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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1888

BUDGET OF FIR BCMOKOTT SKETOHIM FIXOM VAKIOL'S 80U11CKA Oil tn tit Mnt .pilm-An Aprtvpcht . tlvo Msli'iier-llc Very Gireii Tim t'cmotppjr of Wit, Vac Vac. II presented his bill, Aii'l I could noteyado It; In valley, on liill. t !e IT'" '"I" I bis ''ill. With nt.n'iin iP-will: An I "till hl'Hnl. sir, I paid It I prescntc I ln loll. Aui I could not evuilo It An Apprcrlntlvo IiUtenrr. ' Sliss liolsoub' (wlin i not n thorough musician i "What a licniitiful picco tho orchestra is playing now;" 1'iofi-M ir Sncillirraer "Dot! Vy, dot vu Clronuy gctther poon '." .V:s Holsntilo "I th nk those old German melodies 0:0 perfectly entranc ing' T.mt Ite Was Very Orren. Walking in tho wildwood. She. ro'Mi:t-iily 1 "Augustus, what troo uiu I like " Ati";us'u "You aro like tho white t.t..,.), ,l-irlimrtlin fairest nf trees, ilia emblem of purity. And now, sweet, what tree 11 m I liker She (demurely) "Tho evergreen." Jiurimjt-m Fit'. Pre'. Tlio Ceninterjr of AVIt. Hie in thehumorist's sanctum) -"This ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1888

Slit gittilflntrgli hsl Published every Thursday. TJL HUHTERi Editor snil Proprietor. Subscription J 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One iviiiMin, Hno Vr.r "n.O dm" ti.ilt I'tiliiinii (nr Mir h.O I tm I.inrih t 'i.Iiiiiiii, 'in V ... r f2'i." rmH".,.iinl l'f.l, pi-r )pr fl.l Au.lii"r. I x . . ii t r. Vlmim'trntnr, iin.l .-im N..t ti.M S hen n-i !i.m' til rriiiiu.'in.-iit(. ri tiiH.I. nil ailrrti--.tn-iil. t f rt - I tor ." thnli limntlis wn rhiirui. l 'J.'. ..t In. Ii t..r tr-l lii'.Ttlnii. Jl ii c.r ill n. I ltiiTt. .ii iiml 76 runt lir rm li pin...iicnt in.'rt..ri. Thursday, Sep. (I, 1SSS. 15m tm.kwn Nmovw. Tn kit. K-r rr..l.li-n IIIAMAMIN II A MUSI IN, i.l litill.in i r.T !. rri.iiii iii I. KM l M 'h i UN . .V Viir. lll.l l l l.K N Nl'ATK Tli'KK.T. K..r An llllir I i. n.T:ll. Till i l ,s Mil'AHAM'i.l Kliilr I 'minty. I'..r Siiiri.iui. .Iiintfi'. J AMIS T. Ml I ' Ii 1.1,1,. nl I'litlii.Iclphla. A h i iti- iii lfi. HIN I(Y HKiiWN. ltl H Mill XN Ci'lNTY TlChKT. I 'iiiiuri'" w....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1888

jjOTCE TO STJBSCSIBEHS. I ook at tb flnjrnren on the label of " Th.uta it rurOM tell VOII ' .init vi.imi nil uncut I' ll PATH l " ". ' . ." ... knV H 1MIU. Wltlllll WPK KlIU'Vl MMU, I1" ll nir ii ,......... o otWr receipt in liecewuiry. Ericf Fnm Hattea Earick. Lif.vi'.h Kkkxal HAnnF.n. Ich in for-liinMloil wiitffi punur (Km nn nix Kliunxt wane tint slinva. lc piiMiciiii tsciilinyii mi:a ilimoll ln kct vol a i1i' Hpotc-.v.ro, 11 ml ..,.1 .1nl WITH 1111 ff'1'- Ulil wim i" 1 ..' ...... .lilt KIl. J'''' iU r 1 Hill ill' Pl'IIKiJ.'VKil'l, ' lll'lllll . .. 1 .... .1......1.i.i.1 ....In .1n4i lll'l' lll'l l''1 l 1 '" ." . Lio win- ne t let-lit in Hi-mi kupp. L niii putu inon nil J iulciii hiIi mi L ie iminii "'ie K''vii, n ...!,.1i u.i liiiiiit'wf ..ffiilnl'wf b Hi ll 1 "I" " '-' ' trlit. . . 1)o Hi piiMifiuiM nil dor unciu L.l inaiiii 'M tfinvrt llns tsii p unt )ii iiurc ni t niiwinnii muii no mm- t .........It., irl'fluuil Im.IIiI'I Li"il ro H'l f-i'i . f ' lm "" in ill r Hun ison fleet...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1888

The sta'ir-tios of the lioairl ol Charity of llio Sta'c of 111 nois, show licit 1 ho cost of supporting each pauper in tho Jt;ito bi lo sityix and three-tenth cents ;it day, twenty-six cents more than the lab nr gets on mi n. eragc. The Cul fotnii l'ori-1 nITerc 1 n gold mi to 1 1 10 person who slioul I so'ct t tlir imi't a; ji I it 'j national flower. Thirty live nn-wcis worn set it:, and th'jidg.'t .h ri'lt d th it tin; sinilowcr's iai t i'ikil 4 had 111 lie nut till! best i:;IU'. Tin1 Atnphitr'itc, nrio of tlm double tuircled in n it rs, whi.h 11 vo li n fourteen jr. il uii'iiT 'iiii!tru t ioti in III'! F.rooklyu Navy Yarl, it to have h,r steam trial iiiir.irili itcly. The Terror, Miatitonomih and Monadrioc!;, 8 stcr ships of the Atnphitrito, nre uUo pro gressing, tm' it will In; a long while he lire imy "f thi'st) cscs, wh'ch wiil bo f i lent service for coast ill fcii-i'.i nil bo fully equipped ilh'l pit ill colli" mi s on. Tim rcpn sontatives of the Negus, of Abyssinia, ut tin...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1888

SOUL TIlHiST. TA t A O I-.'a s U M) V Y S K 15 M 0 !S L f,onfflnit nl Yonrnlnc or Oni " . . . .... t i..i.. jiniuiiriai .-sniuro niri.no '"" ''(1. ttt- "A i flint'' ntfei tha 0,lrf." I'salm, xld. 1. hn must sntnetlms; have sn Ur hunt. points u Pro " a h"nt,HI Lkiinr for tha water. The faselnntinit E. l-i .aIIM in tnr text the hart. Is tlm L -nimnl that in aord and profane ft4rnttiro is called thestn. tha roobuelt, tha ind. tha Kaill, thi reindeer. In Central vrift jn I 111. la tunes i nerw w i-i - wmur 'issiairt- liU f them, M rsoiomon BuHesi wnen no "J charge you ny inn mnns tu me Thtdr antlers JutUs! from the long id.' rass HA tnny inv unwn, .so nunirr I ho lias 'sjsmi lonR in - .mmiii i,r..wn k-nck " will wonder that In tho Rihle they Lnr VlaA"d among clean animal, for the. ws, tho showers, me inn waste si uieiii its an as tiie sky. When Jacob, the patriarch, kneed for venison, Ksail shot nnd roi1",HS noma a rwnu, j-miihh i-i.ui- (Vires the sprigniiinesa or me rminrea nplo of mil...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1888

,U. DC. Sron-dO- &, Co., (Limited), MlSIlttoDn IPa.. OOOOOOOOOC OOOOO 00O()O000(M)000OO Desire to cull tlio iittcntion of rim Xvnllic to their Largo and Varied Stock of mmltm& Carpets, foSima arcd SoBer Waiire, PBamigDo OiuiANMauul small Musical Instruments. Wc cany tin- lanri-xr stock of tliis goods in cntral Pennsylvania, and a visit to tur spacious ware room, will fully repay you and wc lienhy extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices bo before purchasing. We are otlciing our carpet Stock at spec in I prices and have made great reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY I "We also have a full line of Oil shades, Lace, D'unu .k. Tuikoina Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &., in fact anything pertaining to the furnishing of a house and all at prices '27) per cent lower than city prices. J. It. SMITH fc Co. (Limited ft ) O-M iv ...... 4 AIM.. ' MMffJL I Ull b k7l.j aH( t TrflparofcrVcthe. Tin- I'i ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1888

'a 1 VOL. f0WN COUNTRY. Early to bed and early to rise, TOto the right ticket and advertise. Apples nro plenty this year and eider retails at $2 nnd $2.50 per bar rel. Don't forget the Festival in See bold' n Hall, Monday nnd Tuesday night of next week. Standing Committee will meet on 2.'th inst. nt one o'clock sharp. All tobo on hand for important business. E. W. Tool, Chairman. Jere Crouso intends starting a peach-orchard ou his farm along Shade Mountain and will start in this year with several hundred trees. Mrs. E. C. Aurnnd 1mm returned from her western trip and will be found at the old stand with all of the latest in the milinery line. The Ladies' Aid Society will make it pleasant for nil who will honor them with their presence in See holds Hall, Monday nnd Tuesday evenings of next week. Mrs. E. C. Auraud has just receiv ed from Philadelphia a fine lot of Ladies Hats, Bonnets, Fancy Feath ers, Trimmings, &c. Call at her place of business and do not miss a bargain. Carbon S...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1888

THE MIDDLEIiURGII TOST. T. II. IIARTEH, Editou Ann Fito'it. MllM.U:i l:;h, '.!., s.rt. so, iv CO I.N AXI POUK CHOI'S, Amount nf ONI Stock on Hnml anil Iho Supply of Hogs. Tha following is i rop ntil stock siunmsrli'S which appear in tins week's i-ssuoof the Funn cr's .Vni'U'.- A there is every procct nt tho present time for an immense crop nf corn thin year, It In a mutter of interest to ascertain soiuo thing regarding the amount of corn of the 17 crop in the farmer's hand, and also 'art relative to the supply of hops for tlio eon sumption A th new crop, A very thorough canvass of tlie country, through the medium of our eorrespondenbi.er.nhlee into ilTr Very lmortntit facta on those suhjivta. In Illinois ;V2 counties repirt an average of 7 pTCPiit. of the old crop remaining on hand; n'.l other counties report none left. Wiscon sin, only counties rcp-t oM corn on hand, average of s' per cent. India in, 'Si counties repirt 7',' st i-cnt old corn on hnml; all ethers report nrnin left O...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1888

SUNDAY SCHOOL. fcESSON Fon BEPIKMDEIt 23. Truth unil nnrll of Hnioi," Pont. . eromnnvuilv, 1-12-Unldon Tett, 1'roverbe, Ir, 1H Note. Anil Moses) wont up." Many time rind P(.n up mi n mountain to mwt nnt tnlk with Uo I, I nit uovor lief ore hid he none up not to return. There is something mr-t-rloimnlriut the o:nir out of a person from t lie t iprnn "lo In wiiioo th y havo so ioiirnod o'i onrth, citlirr for few or many venr. tlint though onn may have witn.sised tunny ni' h event It la ever a mmt solemn eieht, M'w had long jo forsaken nil the tiUnui ' end vanities of tbi worlil, oho liiK rstherlnsu Tor .Miction with the people, of tied tlmn to enjoy thn pleasure of nil for setisnn: esteeming the reproach of Christ en-nt- r rich' than the treasure in F.iypt; ml lor nt least eighty year he hail endured, a seeing Him ho I Invisible (Hob. si., i!4 a;. Hut now In work In a mortal Iwnly wo flnlshe I; it was the eleventh month of thn fortieth year ainoo they loft Kgvpt II tout I.. "nd n' ,n ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1888

Published every Thursday. T- H.HuKTER, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 91.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: Ona 1'iiliiinii, fin Yt-ir n.O One hall Column Unr ywr .0 I inn Mirth Ciilumn, line Year 11.0 rrulrliitl cnl, mr yr .0 Au.lit.ir. t.piilir. Administrator, anil A'-lnncfl Nutlrra H.M Wli.'ii B i?ial rraimi-iiirtit ar mailr, all ..IvirHiMlnciit.. Inn-rlnl lur li'M tlmn 4 month. w rhnric fl.il.'' "T tni h Inr flrt Inwrtlnn. fl.on nr Hi tci, in iti.rrtien ami , crma lor earn MitnT.iiient inKcrtlnn. Thursday, Sep. '20, 1888. IlKI I T.I.ICAN NATIONAL Tll'KET. rVr rfli.-nt il. '.N.I AMIN II AKKINON, nf Imllana. Vr v'''" l'n'l'l''it I.r.Vl ', M 'h i N. uf New Yuri). Hfi i iii.h an State Tu kkt. r'r Au lllnr Opm-ral. THOMAS MiUAMAN t "I lU.ilr County. Kf S'i.r"mi Jiiiiik. JAMKS T. MITCH 1.1. 1., ol I'll - lit-1 etfb l. A.-IC lll.lL"" 1UMIY HHnWN. tt:rriiKtrAN I'm vrv Tn ki.t. i 'tillKre.. A W. I'nl l Kli. SiMmlur. P. Miil.KNI'r.K. A-""iiil.lv A AlloN S. HM.. RICH. -,i'l..mi.tiir w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1888

;0TC3 TO 'STJI5C2XS323. k at the flnnuron on the label of I jf paper. Those fl(?nrei tell you I . itrk vmcM Villi II HtRflCRIP I flnv tn PAtu. Within 8 weeks after AoV l PAtu. Within a weens aner Wneyl ent, pee if date Is changed. 50 other receipt Is neoeeearT. finone Brief Fam Hansa Barlck. T.irvER Kersal Harder. Mi hob niieh no'l fer-wondlfd 011 da tswa groHft imrticH, un weila nocli fior onera hnt mus icli Bee ail a-wen-iih nwsntin ol-r e wnra mior folsh. nrn fun tlenim partion ih tie rio- hihition. Era rondiulote lor l$reni ,1rnt in tlrr Clinton B. Fink. Irh wrispoii" wriiirh fun cine except wns arc solver fun Hich piiHopht lint iH we Boo enie j,M-tiomiimto hen. Ehr hut Kft-HORht ! "Ich wohr nhunt un (Jrcptihnckcr, an Deiunfrrawl, un ,,n Ki'licl, ovvrr ich tlonk nn'im Out ii li wohr in moim lav ken llcpubli- cftii I" So Hoga ho wara aluy winch, un ware net ware fer Prohibition ware, fer lYrgalory. So liuum hc ictta tier nliHtel tHum Himmrl tin en U'rohihition ticknt ware nn pasp...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1888

There ore 20,O!)0 Chcrokccs, 8000 CWtaws, r000 Chi kasaws, and from ) I to :jy0 ) Pminoles In the Indian Ter ritory. Tlio Clocks number about 800 to 10,000 ou!s, but t ia thought about . half of thee nio colored. It in stated by the Cimmeriint A-lrer-titer th:it tin! fourth centenary of tho discovery of America will bu celebrated at Ci noa by the revival f f nil opera by Moil ici hi, entitled "Christ' foro Colom bo," comp i-d iu lsi?. The census of lso rnncd os miners : miii! ;!l,2s pet sons, n-t including 9.110 oil well operator, ntld not count- ing at all tho-o engaged in the euro of j Mining machncry. It would probu'dy Im safe, remarks thg ' A, to put tit ! 30,0i)'l tho number of those who arc i directly engaged in all departments of mining industry, and such u calculation nny at least servo as a busi.-i for determin ing the productive taluo of tho nrmy of lalsoiers thus employed. The great lick telescope In California promises wonderful discoveries in tho kies. Profc-sor Ilolden...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1888

IN CIIAINS. 5EHMON nY IM-.V. TALMAGC. riit Golden Clmln of Good Influence, ml (ho iron Links or Evil Habits, Text: "Mttki a cftfidi." Kwkiol Til., 23. At school and In rollrfW In announcing tba Tnorbnnlcal powers, we elorllle I the lever, the pulley, the inelinod plane, thn screw, the nile and the wheal, but my text culls us to rtuity the philosophy of tho clmin. Tliaso links of metal, ono with another, attracted the olil Hible authors, ami we lieir the rhnin rsttle nml sea IU coil all the way tliroiiRh from Onesls to Herniation, flashing as an ornnment, or restraining as in captivity, or holding M in con.iuucnon as in rase 01 mil- rhlnsrv. To do nun nonor i naraon nung a rhnin of roM about the neck of Joseph, and I Jiolshsrr-ir one about tne nwi or nnmei. The liign priest nan on ins ureivt-piitwf iwu chains of gold. On the carnal' necks, as the Jshmaelitca drova tip to tildeon, Jingled cha'ns of gold. I The Blbie refer to the Church as having aueh glittering adornment, saving: "Thy...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1888

000000 0O( 11 JOOOOO Desire to call tlio attention of cho l'ublic to their Largo and Varied Stock of FaatrBTiB&iior aurpefts, ihiBtniai arcd. ijOOwBir Ware, POsicikdq OuoANs and small Musical Instruments. We carry tlio largest stock of this goods in cntral Pennsylvania, and a visit to our spacious ware room, will fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices he before purchasing. We are offering our carpet Stock nt special prices and have made great reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY I OOOOOOOOOC 00000, Mr Si ' JOHNSON NOT GUILTY A VF.IlblCT RLACIILD IX TUB OH EAT I.ot'K II WEN Mt'ltl'F.R THIAL. Iakk ir.x, Sept. 15. "We fiml tin- i iKiu r, .Tolni W. Johnson, not unity,"' w tin- word Unit fell from tlu'lij.Hof tln Cli-ikof tin- Court 15ioii ut half pant right o'clock tliix pvcniiitf. NotwithhtandiiiK tho iul luniiitioii of Hislloiiir Juil'o Miiyrr tli.it no ili inoiiHtnitio...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1888

I I f , . . . . po. Oomminionen J z ' assess. j1 I a u r i iii x f Lull tj a r? i - v www r n j - iteJ Mo KrOL. 25. T0VNANO GOONTRY. Minn Hftttie Kreotfer last week Veturncd from a months viuit to tt'illiRlllHpOTt. The firt citler wbh turned out at . a A Die now preHH in tui place inHt eok. It does Hplendid work. Tl. Lutheran chiim'l at Shauiokin para is nearly completed and niakeB neat appearance. A. D. Kramer of Globe Mills left Tuesday after-noou for a trip u lirough Kansas and Nebraska. I Mr. 13. Crossby from Laporte Sul van county Pa. is visitinj? S. Grant huek, the champion wing nhot of Ionroe. The "Womens. Aid Society were l.pppHsfnl an usual in their festival V Seebold Hall Monday and Tues- Ly evenings and netted somo !p30. C. C. Seebold sold one piano, one K'iui, and took many orders for w White Sewing machines at rntztown fair last week. r TC linnn has returned to Shamo- iti and is in the merchandise busi- hs. He will move his family down noon as he can make arrangements i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1888

)NE HUNDRED YEARS. ' THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY CE.N. TEN MAI Celebration of tho One Hundredth Anniversary of tlio Foundation of Allegheny County, I'enn. The centennlnl anniversary of Allegheny rounty, Pennsylvania, was celebrate I wiib rliborate anil appropriate ceremonies on the 24th, 25th ami 2ith of H-ttein'r. The cities of Pittsburg ami Allegheny were decorated profusely. Excursion on nil tho railron I lending to the city I rohght thousands of visitors from tho surrounding country. Tlio first day's ceremonies consisted of tho formal dislicntinn f tlio new Court House n magnificent granite I lidding recently fin ished nt a cost exoee ling two million dollar rending of a brief liis'ory of the county, nnd a mass-meeting of oti.vis nt tlw Court lb.;;., and n pirn lo of tin poliojnml fire department. Tho m-conil day's program Inclulol the grand civic pared i over 111" rin'iat struct f Pittsburgh nml Allegheny. The tliir.l d ijr'jt exers-ivM consisted of the military para lo under olll -iu...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1888

: I SUNDAY SCHOOL jitssoN for 8KiTK5innn no. ITlcwoflho LeMotiM fir Pas Quarter Joldei Text Joan 1-43 Notes. Tha scene of the series of moons f op the flrst six monthi of 1W, wasHaid in Kden. Jtabvlonla, lnoiotamla, llanaan, Kg:yp ami the Kinaltic peninsula, sbvrinB: a period ncconinie to th ordinary gtironoloiry of over twenty-si hnndrwl yrar The sisne of tha iwirs for tba prwnt uusrtor ia laid In tba wiMi-rnrw of Hinat attJ I'aran, anl corera ri(Hlol forty years. Ual obJ4 In iWWnWna; Isranl Canaan wss not mm1 to provide them with a land flowing wlthtjiik and honey: It waa to Bive them lawK where they might ba a holy nation, ft tllar people. Tlia elvlnir. waa not to I all on ens aula. Ood waa ready to rivs to Ilia people a beautiful county and to tin thani in every way, but tie required that they should render Him faithful olia sliance. He therefor at Mount Hinat en terad into a solemn covenant or areetneni vith thcin, In which He pledged them in the blood of bullocks, that Ua woul...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1888

Published every Thursday. T- H. HARTER. Editor and Proprietor, Subscription $1.50 per year RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Column. One Your tfto.o Unit hull I'liliimn One yenr f'6.0 On. tuurtli t'nliiinti, lni Yi'.r IH.l l'rilr.-l.nl t 'nnln. r yrnr ..tt.O Amlltiira. Kii'tit.ir Ailinlnlfltmlor. anil A "Maine Notli" ti.M Whi-n ni (M'ial arrtitiKi-iiH'iit nr iniiilc, nil ma rlmrKi' II nr Itii'h fur ltrl lnrtlnn. f I () or llin im-coimi iiipvruifii aim i. ccniH iur rnrn Thursday, Sop. 27, 1888. Keithucan National Ticket. J'nf I'p-nlli-nt IIKN.IAMIN HAHKINON, nl Imllann. Tor v l,n,l"lriil i.i.vi r. m 'h r im. of Ne Yora. llEi'nn.u'AX State Tn kkt. Till l.M AN MiUAMANIM MUlf I'minty. JAMKS T Fur Siiriin .liltlt' r. Ml IVIIr l.I., ol I'hlla.Mphla. A .ulUla I 1 1 1 1 1( f II tMiY tJHuWN. llErfllKK AN Col'NTY Tu'KET. A W. To l l Ml. Senator. S. II IIATKS AwtnMv A AXON S.HIMRil'll. I'r'ttlHi'Mtinrv W. W. W ITIINM Yl.lt. li.'irl.l.T k K"--"rdtT HKNUY .1. I'l'l'K. IHiitrt-( Attorney, II. K. MII.I.F....

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1888

7 ICS TO SUBSCE1BIE3. mt. tli a niiirures on tlie Inlwl of nniwr. Those nur tell you ( I1ATK TO WHICH tOIJRROBCKir. Ill l,AI ... uriti.l.. a ..l,. -ft... L.-it.iVl B SPIlti unvT) n ran . .. L other receipt la necessary. Troxelvillc On Monday, Isaac if arlcenburff and bis crew left for k-iiifon.sport where they havo a job t hrirk-layinj?. On Weducmlay morning of last reek, no less then 40 persons crosH tl Jacks Mountain to tako the train t Lauralton for the pic-nic at Uen- t 11 A fn ad linil -! t t all nioyed theiuHelves highly, but as r ne, I enjoyed lue ueautiiui enery along the road through the liountaius a great deal more than jlie pic-nic. Our bund attended the granger ie-uic at Centre Hall lust week, and he 'boys' enjoyed themselves great- Everything pusseil oil pleasant- v until Thursday noon at Dining- r'n Hotel, when one of the waiters aiue around and demanded of our riend John A., ticket pleas to Uich he rcpliod, "chicken." "Tick- t ph-as" was demanded again, to Which the p...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1888

THE MlDDLKiiUIlOH POST. T. H. IIAKTER, Ennou akd I'ho'h. Ml!ll.Kllfl!(lH, 1'A., S,pt .7, Tho gathering of buffalo Ixines has become a business at Manitoba, There arc projected Ir. the Southern States T"iM) miles (if railrovl. and mir vcys have been mailc on over t!000 milct of it. Hi') Engli-h Volnpnk dictionary whir!1 ii tj lie is-nod this ynr will In; the fir.-( of its kind cither in this country or in F.ngland. China recently roocivod its fust impor tation of foreign soip. Tho (hues nap is of ntknlino earth, and the mate rial uscil for wishing tho hand is tho od of a tree. The national dditof Franco Is 'i.OO'V OCM.OOO, tho largest in the world. The interest on it calls for iyjii4,0')i,Uil s year, iihnnt 1 13 per capita of tho Frond Iouliit ion. Th" liiinl'itrnii'n live fotinulnti'd i trn-t tint, n r-1 i n r to the Now York '., tliroitens serious re-ults to the Northwest c o'.mtry by denuding it ctl tirclv of i!s forot growth. Tobacco culture is being pushed en crgotirally in i lo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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