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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1888

i Off tiaj ad, JjGLlNQ IN ENGLAND. CwlOTJS ICRXKIS TO SVAD innltf of the Practice Female taontrbndl"" Mode of Con L..llnc Tobaoco and Spirit. Jinre tho days of Ethclrcd, when cus L duties wero first levied, ever con- rnbls dOlce una uceu practicei in , r to avoid payment 01 inoe auues, undoubtedly in long rs amies arc moil attempts will bo tnnde to de- tho revenue lowsru ino closed century stmiffglinff wns Tory nfe.and Tiilunble raro of contraband i. wm successfully ''run" and dis til of. rciiliinjr a hHtvlsomo prolit for . i ' . . 1 i . ! 1 t'untrauitnuisi. ni uini umu, now it tar lurger number or articles were !l th:in at tho present day (in fnct, a .l,n l veurs ago uo fewer thnn 4'i- Iclei were liable to duty), und this, of Irse, greatly increased tho temptation smuggle. .ownunys miiugunK " ost exclusively ruutineu to small ntities concealed on board ourstcam i4 but even in effecting theso con tinents the smuggler exercises trreat iiing, and docs his utmost to outwit custom' 'Tum...

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. — 27 September 1888

tt mt K3 4 n f?r nA tt xmHnx nnanrfar.. rip. oooooooooc ooooo, OOOOOOOO' m ooooo Desire to call the attention of tho Public to tbclr Large and Varied Stock of FyrroBftwir giirpefts. EnOirasi aindl SOveir Ware, IPDaro Ouoans ami small Musical Instruments. We carry the largest stock of this goods in cntralPcnnsylvania, 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 bo before purchasing. Wo are offering our carpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department' REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! We also have a full lino of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anything pertaining to the furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. J. It. SMITH & Co. (Limits 990 999 99.1 IVnnt St ATiD "It i not fvi-ry owner of canary linl-t who know Low to proxrly fcnl aiul ca...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1888

Co. Oonimluaioners DL. 25. MIDDLERURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER 4, 1888. NO. 41. 111 1,1 cl Tirl Mr I I I'M I tall VB.'l la I m r i tic. Inn! Inn Iriu ill! lb' ul N, llIU .otl Me if Iiou, hp': la t Wn"0 COUNTRY. Iiunn, tlie saddest and prettiest of tho year, is Lore, r public schools opeucd on lny w ith a largo attendance. II. I.. . ... I.m.un 111 HilO r.riue n in-" imunc lin will noon lie ready foroc Crosgrove has been busy of painting tho "school house on Jill." It makes n neat appear- brtsineii thus fur bavc met with poor success. Thorp in Hoaroe- piirrolto bo found in turn nu- ,te motion. not-Hon who onn furnish us In copy of the Tost of July V! will confer a ?r'iit fuvor by do b, as we nooil it for our tile. I.i-iu l Reaver's barber sign was . - down mid wrecked by vandals It unlay evening. Oabo threat- lire vengonoe to tho trinity par I ho inula them out. brge II. Steininger has pur id L. M. Moatz's lot on tho bh Flats and has commence! fr .... emulation for iv now dwelling i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1888

Thu public spea ting during 4 Presi dential catnpa git Citi ubuut a million dollars. Tlio TdaMonn Society of London have jivcn Pro'cssor I'Aldwin their approval, ntating that his parachute will bo useful for war balloon. f'rcit l'.ritain !s becoming more of a money leading than u shop keeping na- HE MA3TEH AND THE REAfEH!! The mastor called to M reaiprs: "Milk scythe and itlckle keen, And bring m th grain from thu uplands, Ami the grnm from th inrwln green; And from o'Tthn mist-clad .-nnmtim, Where th wilt warps fret ntid foam, Ve shall gather the msttiiitf sel;;ns To furnish tho harvest home." then th" laborer cried: "() master. Wo will hriujt tli'W thi yellow grata Thnt wave mi tin., windy hillside, .: f i I. ..til -1 - i... ,.. , .,.. And tl...twid.T-ro from th plain are umk.tig moio mm. cy b ig, j Hut thnt wh on spring on tho in irsu " I dry and harsh and thin, m Tin; ntct train services in tho world Cnl.ki' the swe-t ileal crusso, re in the I'liited Statu. Next imiui No w. w il...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1888

1) Lf TpIIow ttirer, ool, bracing waUber hiu had a most r.Mh. a, shown by ths mirked n, In the number of new cweaofyel- fer rep ruxl irora ajacKantiTiiw, r in, i .itrMa nrnrrttvita hftre tiruTAil r fever"' ,nf(irtab:e to tnnee wno nav wi wnnmrs H.ntttf and It III nlnicnft Ibytneprw- --. -- - . : l enough to mike one dream of hoar frort , mow rtorms. . ,ii frmn Fornandina aavi: Twenty- Le neW (., of all kinds ore unler treat nt. All doing well, iiio onijr pruoiein H .i 1 1. a iinnmnloTed Inborer. who nra Clot end wellboliare.1 Ur. The people L,w here do not waul to leiva, I)ratli AVnrranre HlKntnl. IVnlh wnrrants signed by (Inrertior Rev- c all for the cx out ion of Willinm Bliow- U, of Ijo! anon county, who murdered liis L-.mdrliildren, on Novoinl or 14 next, and .iirne t'lurk, of Greene, who murdered in. eOu!and, of Allegheny, on the 21t of oveuber. Samuel Johnson, the Delaware Vanity nmrdoror, was respited imtil Janu try , u'lorquent to the tim t at which others TUWl OI Uf IllUKK'...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1888

Che 3tititilfl)urgli tost Published every Thursday. T- H. HAHTER, Editor aufl Pioprictor Subscription $L50 per year, RATES OF ADVERTISING: lint t'llutnii, tin Vf if V) One h ill Column tint" year 4 lino fourth I nliiniri. Ihieie.r T f rolrxlutial t'anla, per year . Autlltura. r.lcrut'ir. Ailtiiltiialratiir. ami AMlihrf N"tli' ti.tO W hfii 0i anvinl arriitiKi'ini'iit itr matte. Mil envrriiai'Hii'tiix. uiai-neii lur li'M than uiunili rh.triri' (I ';.' pi-r mrh ir tirt Inrrrtluii. II. uo or Ilia rcrnml liiniTllnn anil 76 rvnla lnr earn MlliriHrnl Inart Hun. Tl 1.... ai.. I H'WU -L lllll Ml.l , I. 4, JOOO. lh:rt iii.U AS National Ticket. Vi't I'ri'nlili'tlt HKNJA.MIN makkisun, n( Imllana. l"nr vl''! I'realili'iit MVl I'. M r.lll.V of Vrn. KI.I'.CTOKS. Tllnllllix )ii III, l.l'l l"l!lln-. .li ) ii II. Tuvaiul. Mill ;l lui In I k'T. lin.ii.-n I. .iiiiiii. Wlllliiin c II. million, .luliii s. Mi Klnl i. h-Ii II. T. I 'mid'H. Wllllillll S. Kill. KilMr I'lhi'lint. SuliHlfl U Kurt.. KIIwkhI wrl...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1888

J-TCTCE TO SUBSC&ISSSS. Li, Ht the flu"" on the IhIwI of Lr Pftffr. Those flrur8 tell you iu VAT TO WHICH YOUR BUBSCIUP- f .y l FAI1. WltHin wet-Kl wiPr oney'l sent, nee If date is changed. o oilier rfccupii i. Brief Fam Hausa Earick. IjIevf.r Kebnal Harder. Se Roga lore oh ware Rn mon in Sclinider Unity ""B1 nre Ullle anmBer like votft fer anther mon lor nni oiler. owholkal maiia mi ware lonnoiborr. I5 ware net bo won ho h tiel wia data fun politics dos tier k.,..,, utiel. Ich Lob Khunt kail nna ora vote gevva for uu drink, nun, un oh warn fid kail elect unlit rnwil uff seller wake. Finf dollar sta fuftiiig drinks kaulVa. Sol date ndioiy election Kevva. Idi kout i-jimany unlit about an liolvy vote uufa ou Holcia rate, dor-no luit lincift vote Lot idi anoH un on liolvy. lor Clovoland hut $10,000 gevva tnu or pciniiKiadiHlia campaign fund. Ire kous au affoida. Won are doot nit don greokod are $50,000 ch yohr iKr $'.200,000 for de iior yobr. Idi ate linlia un pciiMion bills voto-f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1888

'0 TUEMlDDLElttJRGIirOST. T. II. HAUTER, Editor and Tro'ii. Miniu:nt mm, r.i., t. 4, ism. CHINESE EXCLUDED, Tin; rr.rsinr.Nr signs mi; III Ma, lilt Reason fur Approving It Matlo ilio Subject of a Mrssago to t'ongrcs. Tho Preddent sent tho following messate to Congress in relation to tli Chinese Exclu sion tiill, which lio lia ninc I; It ohm to mo tlwit (oiiio suggestion find rcc immcuditliDns may Toiorly nit- inpiiny my npprovnl f this bill. It object la to more cflWtunlly nccomplixli ,y legislation the exclusion fr m th country of C'tiliifso lnl.onTs Tlio XK'riiii(Mit if blending tlio ociid I. nb;t and mutual raco l.tirvy net (i-ltn of tlie Chilli so lit I oring cln-ses with tlste of the great It sly nf tho et.plo of the United Ktnto has Iscti proved by tlio experience of twenty Je.rs, ninl ever ninco the llurlingamo treaty of ls;s, to I pin every sense nil" is-, impolitic and ii jiiri'ttin to both nation. With tho lio of time, tlio neccs ily for lis nl an donmciit has grown in for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1888

to 7 ) r- BIO BCOS. UrMOV IIV Ml. TAl.MAOK. H Tnk" Mnr Stock In Common feoplA than In Great Gat:, Ttt: "A man of artrit ttaturt. irko ngtr and to trr Jour and twtnty, (a ntach ft'inra, nmt nwn viv rout,- ami na 'tounnth' nonof tht giant. JSul when ht Itrarl. .luntlhait, tht ton ofShimra, to rid' liro hrr, tlew hint." I. Chronicle i., A. 6 and 7. Malformation photographed, and for what easonf Did not this passage dip In by a Mistake into the Sacred Scriptures, as some imes a paragraph utterly obnoxious to th litir gets into hi' newspaper during hit ali enee) 1 nut tliiii Scriptural errata! Ko, n: there I nothing hnphnzard about tht dK This passage of Scripture wan a ccr sinly Intended to be out in the Bible a tin suwnge: "In tho I eginning Owl created th leavens and tho earth," orf'Uod olovel the rorld that lie gave hit only begotten mn.'1 Ami 1 subset it for mr text to-day Wwiw it charged w.tli practical and treiuendoui limning. Hy the icnp!e of God the Philistines had been onquercd...

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. — 4 October 1888

J. Q6. Snmfiitlfo & Co., (ILiiEniSdedl), MIMitoDD, Pa,, OOOOOOOOOt OOOOO. OOOOOOOO m )00000 Desire to call tlio attention of the Public to their Large and Varied Stock of Furrcgfture axgefto, foBinm audi SGfleir Ware, PBamios Oiusans and small Musical Instruments. AVe carry tbe 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 bo before purchasing. Wo aro offering our carpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department. KEMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY I t j yf tlx Li n ;'0i'Mii - H EAR: Host made (Clothing in Philadelphia 'or men, and Youths, Itoys and Children. A.C.YATES&CO. sixth & ciii:stni:t, Li:ixii;n liLii.Dixd. (DURE Sii-k Tlonditi-tientid relieve nil the trouble! Incl lent to a bilious mate of the ayMem. eueh as l'iwinciw, Nausea. lrownlueM, IMntresa after eatinir,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1888

Mi J? to. Commissioner. i VOL. 25. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER 11, 1888. NO. 41. ta3WN COUNTRY. Mrs. Levi "Wilson of Outre county I sited J. 0. Smith and family. Jus. 0. Crouse offers n second- atidod lieuter us good as new, for Lie nt o low price. Latest styles Hats, Caps and Un- Lrwear nt bottom prices at Guns- rgcr's. No old stock. Mr- Tlr .T Y. Shindel and Mrs. .1. I. Arnold left on Monday afternoon i a visit to friends in Cleveland, O. Mrs. Samuel Barber and her inciter Aunio of Mfflinburg were io guests of Dr. Harbor and family vend days last week. John S. Mciser, of Globe Mills a draw n as a Juror for the western strict of Ponua. Court will con ne at Pittsburg next week. No, marriage is not a failure, but jreat many married people are fall en of the most malignant type. (( York Herald. L'ampaion Badoes. The undersign will keep on hand and for eule inpaign badges, printed on nilk or tin ribbon at 5 cents a piece. Or is by mail postngo extra. Ad- I MS ClIAHLES F. MeNS...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1888

! The Ago at which most suicides take t.lace in this country according to the Chi cago Hi rail, is thirty-five. It would seem that in curly middle life the disappointed hope nro most keen nnd t lie effects of an ill spent vouth most disastrous. At thirtv-fivo imtti V Americans feci tho ! wciirisomoncss cf old age. According to the official estimates of the 1'niicd States Uureiu of Statistics t thero were P O.noo.oiio tons of coal consumed in thi I nitcd States lust year. Tin- nmount of coul displaced by tho use l,f tiufiiriil n ! tint nt tl. (11)1). (MID. nnd v PV-' - I '-- - . yet the consumption of co.il in I" ex I ceedstlnt of is(j by I7,1S.','.." tons. These figures show at whut an astonish- I ing rate industrial development is going ' on in this country. . TheneW paper, IV 1)1 ri ' Ilnjur, of the City of Mexico, in a recent issn.j iiys thut tho Prince of Wales nnd Mr. (lOh' ii, the ( hiiicellor of t h ; Knglih lixthc pier, own eight site of hind, well Itocko 1 with h rses mi l ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1888

Wit CHARIOTS. OS BY 11EV. nn. TALMAGE. the King of all King More In Majesty. . "tl'ha maktlh th$ elond 1H K l'sulm cir., a. r construct! nuto look down, trthlr rrratiina tbnt hrnre winu-a iliry ric from the rnrth it ill look mil the enRle wnrchps for mice In tha 11. 1 the raven for cnreaswa In the HeM. (minis mm le to look up. lo Indue look up l iod manes me ssy a jiimr A iniSSeHloTl, iajuyit. m uuimir n Vatican that eriipsea an mm uer- V- French, or Italian art rer arrom- I f Hit tiOII ImS irtlieu mf mr hp bhinvi hntmn of most of us by tha scenery of n- m iiitn raoturM HoT(r owers till, hut have little or no appreciation morning glorion ' inn ruooin on i the aky at sunrise or the dahliaa In In. Is at sunsnt. are in erawsies knlx-lin tai'witry or a bridal eil ot irit or a Miowuanit 01 fj'u"nirt, miLit nil. nr wo without emotion, Hal veil of niit that covers the face of ta.skills, or tno swnyinu ninoisiery k n.n'h nf thn ilvinj diiv. or the liksof vnpor 'ilel up'ln the heaven. kt Inn...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1888

PuMiahpil every Thurwla.T. T- H. BARTER Editur and Pi opnetor. Subscription 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: lino r.ilutnn. n Yi'tr W.O One hull Column tu yr.tr i6.0 l nfl Inn rill t'nliiinn. liiipYfiaf IOT.W rro(i-.Uinl r... pi r riir .0 Amlitnr.. ku-riitor. AilnilnlrlrHlnr. mul AHlini-ii Nutlrra i.M When n atiiial a.rriiiiuiiiitii are timiltf, nil ilvrrliM'iiiriKu, IiimtibiI lor tli.n 4 iinitilli", clmruc tl.V'i .T Inrh lor lift Inmrtliili fl.00 or lint ktc.ihI I ii -rt I fti mill 14 crnta lot raih ruli.rijiirnt llli'ltln. Thursday, Oct. 11, 1888. Rkitui.ican National Ticket. for I'r-nl.li'iit hi:n.i.min iiakkisiin, tit Itiilhtntt Knr rr I'K'.liliMit 1.KV1 r. m 'hiiiN. of .New Yuri). Tlli'tlll i:ill. Irr riik'in-. .Mm II. 'I iik'uart. ImIiii w.ihMin iki r. IliliU rl I', .Mm. William . 1 1 .1 u1 It. HI. .Inlin MrMliliH. .Iiiw'ili II. T. Cmiti'S. Wlllliiin X. Kill. Mlflir I'llH'lliil. .iiiiniH I., hurt. KIIwikkI t.rli'M. V.r.ra II. I(liil'. Wllllnlti ii. I'.iv IK-. ivti r K. Ili...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1888

K07CS TO SUECCBIBEHS. tiok at the flui?ure on the label of r paper. Thorie figures tell you PATH to WHICH YOUR BCBSCRIP- is PAIU. Within 8 weens inn Vieyl s sent, see u cnaniriru. other receipt is ub" t. Brief Fum Hausa Barick. Liver Keks.u Harder. K hut nn older Republican ilcr tmncr (Kanogt Aon wcil ore shunt Kfi- hut fer der Jim jjiuin in i, luirt fcr t-ue giiHhof t for one tHU Ma, Jwch plaubeil are don si de- x an oienMiiiK w uwkui hut mich about holvor base ga- L ht oh arht ovvor wo are more hi Un cevva hut hov ich forhoftich fclobed" don tier old karl fthier may fl. .1....- f mnra Fro tint irft. ti "Oook-aniohl he. Ks wora L kiiil in office c.iwoHt for tsnoy, Jsa un tHWOiiHig yohr, un ne lieim ous ga-funna wo ue drote tsu fla for nioh solver in oflice tHii iU un ouera noi tn ulioTu his k era gonny freinilshoft oim am the wohkorn-hoiHly ga-federea i. Se hon ga-iiianed ho hctta nn leiiHe uf miner public imditutioiiH tH govoiiuuent ware bound ho cnnra. Uf dor onera hond, do tr hu...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1888

THE MIDDLEiJURGII POST. T. n. HARTER, Editoii ard IWn. Minin.knrnan, r.i., ti. n, iws. CASUALTIES. OVKR ONE IllNDItKD INJLHKD. Appalling Calamity at n 1'olith Cor norMtoim Laying. Over 100 pnplo injuit l Is thn record of an accident w hich tixik place tSundny afternoon during tlio ceremonies nttciiiling the Inyiug of tlii corner-stone of the now St, Miiry't Polish Catholic rlmri'ti. In Reading, I'd. Probably 7,00.) enplo gut hen .1 lit tho site of tlio church to witness t ! c rcuioni. , nliout 1,000 nf whom wore crowded on a toni,ini y door laid on tho joists mill walls t.f the edi flee which had Iwn carried up ono story. Archbishop Ryan, of Flilhi Iclphia, per onnlly coinlucUd thecerctnnnies. After the conier-stono hid lsu luid Father Lihichl, fmstnr of tho congregation, nroso to spenk, and laid scarcely commence I his reinsrks when tlio newly-constructed wiills gave way n 1 one-fourth of th" floor fell with mi awful Crash, precipitating 2i0 xs.pcto thn ground, kdi-tni.ee from llft...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1888

I SUNDAY SCHOOL. IjHE LESSON FOn OCTOBEIl 14. Crooning th Jordon." Joanna lit 5. IT Golden Text 43, a lon Commentary. After Hie Iord bail encouraged Joshua, at in our let lession, the woilai.-K encouragm! li.. i. t.fffimittini otsidieiH and Iit tiravimr tli lircl to be with dim (I, ld-isi. Then follow the record of the two spies sent to Jericho, their reception and protection by Rahah, their promiaa of deliverance to hor anil all l-elonKing or related to her and the true token of tin1 scarlet line to be bouni in her window. Three dnyi (the resurrection period) have pi"d and now they are about to cross the Jordan and enter the land; but re doina 10 tin y are Instructed thnt the ark of the covenant borno by the priests, the Invites, into ko In ndvnnco of the host two thousand cubits, nnil they are not to come near unto it. that they may know the way ly which they mint go; and the mason is BiTi-u in these words: Yo have not passed thl way heretofore." How like tlna ia to any now flop o...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1888

. - s , j . - Desire to call the attention of the Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of- FurnSftw' fflirpefto, foDinia, aca DDveir Wg&b9 Pflgunxpg Okoanh and small Musical Instruments. Wo carry the 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 bo before purchasing. Wo are offering our carpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! Wo also have a full lino of Oil shades, Lace, Damask, Turkoma Curtains, Curtain poles, Cornice, &c, in fact anything pertaining to the furnishing of a house and all at prices 23 per cent lower than city prices. J. It. SMITH & Co. (Limited 220,222, 224, Front St., Milt I .A J, .it' ' J M . Ulotlmig in and or men, J EAR: Hot made Philadelphia Youths, Hoys and Children. A.C.YATES&CO. SIXTH & CHE...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1888

IP 1 lip MIDDLEBUllGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER 18, 1888. NO. 4. lN' COUNTRY. boily read Chesnult's CuhIi by.4 and quail were free on eland shot ft wild turkey Inst ,,rrow, Friday, Oct. 1, in kl Arbor Dny. Sn.lie Walter of Centreville ,ng in Middloburgh. J. K. Spimglor of Winfiold in f riiMuls in Centreville. Minnie Bowes of Mifllinburg few days i Middloburgh this Isiting friend. Frederick Walter is confined bed with ft serious spell of r Is Mussor und wife of Hurtle ro the truest of the editor 10 over Sunday. III. H. Leitzcl of Millhoim and here visiting her parents, ft Mrs. James Ayers. 1 iced ft Post of August 30, 'HH, plete our file. Will some one furnish us with one ? J. W, Orwigis in Union county ij bed-side of her sister, Mrs. JMagoc, who is sdiously ill jnsuuipt ion. giants C. M. Showers and J Jinan of Ccntrovillo nro in lphiu purchasing their fall iter stock of goods. hie of the personal property ty Smith, late of Middleburg, Much took phico on luoHilay largely attended and...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1888

MAIIS PLUNDERED. AUDACIOUS KoimKUY AT 1JUF- Hundred of Itiilt I Loiter Scatter ed About Ihf Streets I'oHtoRlOo Kinptoyc Suspected. Ail cut nslvo fiml Isild mnil roblry wni pr-riMrated during Thurs by night, by which nimt of the arriving ninila in Ilulfal , N. Y., frum all points, were plundered, and pupcrs, documents ami money extracted. When the employes of Fulton Market ar il vol in Mm morning to outi the establish ment thry found strewn about the strict in the vicinity of the mnrkct, a large quantity of lc.tt-rs that h id I en op nod ami robld. They c . Hooted tho torn letters, which half ftlied a market I aik.t. An iniiiiniiti'm revenlo 1 tho furt that tho robU-ry hnl been ten-ml in rhnractur, mi l covered letters from Canada, Pennsylvania! New Voik Mute. New Orlinna, li.wton and ninny jHiinu c.it, west, north ami south. There weto in tho basket clucks, ilrnftx, mer cantile orders, ami the usual iiiisivllniioous matter wh en goes to mako up a I us,nos4 mul. Among other tiling we...

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