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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1888

lotSEHOLD MATtEUS. removing Ml Imperfect or toft -.h thoroughly; placo for 'two ninutcs in scalding water: kilt or flrstn, nnu iu excrj nmn lit oil ) three-quarters of a pound lted nuanr, a half 1int water, and Lvcr a moderate tire. He careful to but don't stir tho fruit. occasion Disking the pan if lit danger of Ihe Hemes win mm renin .hape and add to their appearance, rom livo to seven minutca; remove ire- turn Into a deep diah, and set to cool. If to bo kept, thct cau bo p hi air-tiht jura. Homemade! Toilet Soap, i-fiil housewives aavo even the bits of soap that havo boeomo too to Use. Melt Wio pieces an logeiuur, a small bit of Indian meal und a Irons of perfumery. L.CI tins 11 In any way desired, stamp on a n. (r cut with a cako cutter, and h'i It is a plea-iing soap for toilet other bits of soap can dc incited in and while the mixture is hot stir ktincal until there is a stiff hatter. hand soup this la uneijunieu wnon dirt or deep stains of ink or berries h he removed. Tho eom...

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. — 18 October 1888

? 1 It'o Eaoy to Dyo Cleveland and the S371 in Blue. We are oppoapd to the re-election WITH Sin 0ilrtutjl h& Published every Thursday. ML HAKTERtEdilar and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: fun 1'iliiinn itne Vcir 140.0 line h ill riilnwn lino vrar i.0 i m imirtli I'nlainn. line Vir IM.O r rptr-ie.Tnl i'nr-l, wr yr Au.niur. kiofutnr. Aitniliiiptrnlnr. ami Au'llliri Nntlrr ti.M W In-n ni fnri'inl amitim-im-Mi rr iiikiIn all AilTrrlipi-nimi. Itm-rt-il lur ! tlmn 4 month", w rlnirui- 1 I'rr Im-li lr nr-l lii.rtlnti. l"" nr Hi) wrunil I tl i ' r 1 1 1 II mill 76 n-llt lur m'H fiitiitnriit lii.iTtlun. Thursday, Oct. 18, 1888. I!m i iu.ican National Ticket. V-r rr-l-li-tii iii;njamin iiakkisun, ol Imllntia. VnT vli'n I'rr.lilont I.1.V1 I'. M 'hTON. if .New Yir. KM'.CTOltS. TIiuiiih IMali. -wl I'MUlu-. .Iiilm II. Tatruiirt. .Ifihti W itii.iimi kr. Illi-UN r. .Mm. William ('. Ilntiilltnii. .Inhii S. Mi Klnliiv. .loHcpli U. T. :ltJ. William s. KIIW. Kiltfur I'...

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. — 18 October 1888

VrrTP.-R TO SUE2C2IBEHS. w -- .ook at the fltiifuren on the Inbel of hir imner. Those figure toll you lit IMTK TO WHK'KVOIIRRI'BSCKIP- lit If PA"- Within 8 week after Levi s wnt, see If date U chnntred. t other receipt is necessary. Brief Turn Hatisa Bariek. Lievf.b KsnxAL Harper. Demi.- uilii woxn fuu irh Hflvor ; bo dona Mln-Htencel. RepuMienna iniHHH Lriiltivnto hi t bo mtiH wntsey. By tltivation mane ieh Blioolii, seiin Criim. colleges, tHicdungn, mnga- hu-s un bielier. Won an kail an V liunter tnou is un kumpt in siccli- biitniiiinv un ito fongt aw Inner- L.i. .1..r hivvel nunner iriiii. don it.wi ow. un mlleil are ihh are tier feck om l)Mn sliloekeil, iler-no innt are ufF u nlnddled sicli un vislied "iluiTnli lor Cleveland. I'.s in an oMn sogrt, "Douht in the Winning of knowledge. pti is ,l,r. AVon an nion unlit gate we oiu'i a un uViikt net fur sieli h1 don i me an uorr un Uoiht ... I T"V 1 . .-. ' 1 her. Dale Kari sin ueningriunt wen H fodder un gross-fodder aner .In- Teh il...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1888

THE MIDDLKUUKGII POST. T. H. IIARTEK, Ennon ako Puo'it. MWht.hT.ruuh, .!.. ii. i, ivm. Memphis, Tcnn., i. perhaps, the best guarded city In the way o' quarantine regulations on tliu continent. California's grain nn,l fruit products nro worth in. ro to tin: St.ito than its mine. Ti e fresh fruit thin year in th'j Male alone is worth over $ lit:,0 H). The Chicng C. m if t' I! .' ' give tliu pieturotpio info 'nit: io:i tint large quantities of Inflow r :i -i 1 1 1" lira shipped from this enmity to Siirh America fr to, let iiiHti'.-ul of ilium tirtinic purposes. Th nativis uo them to nmioint the'r I o.ii"!i. Another ul'-titil'." for nt batrglng hs Loi n I i i ':. t forward b fa-'tory, s.v.-s tl, 1 '( in. ', i It is a h avv cort.m :i l.miiMUM.t loth tcr ,'c.J "on ihct .:,' nud Ha .. citl I e- ia;t pr op. v cut ;! it :i. wed as ii' i i -it y in y pr o moi hi r of invent i i'i. ii; ril to Tre'.ts es to bo tho 'Che la ! a-! ,iin 1 1 1 ii'ivemi thi' part ,i is 1 III! Use i( !'!;. .!.'. !n i'...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1888

t POSSIBILITIES. 11REE THINGS CAN BB DONE. LlmieTeH"r Kxplolts Within th Christian' Power, mf(T .-' p"P' mat, no mo irwir . . t A I - t 1 . b l I'l r Strong, w Btrfiiuiw. ' anicl XL. 34 Antlochun Eplphini, th old tinner, csms iwn tli re" tiim with his army to desolut . i.,.. ailvancins one time with a nun Hi .n,l two trained elephanU swlmrina tlr minus mis "y "wi - I I infnntrr. and aix thousand I valrr troop, and they were ilrlren baric, i lion the swciiim nmw no nu.nni.Tii -dt- Kit thnuitnrl armed men and had been again 1 ileaUsl. X'l' (,e imru umw uc mm run-- i . - imiil the narrof itomeraineio with I In lln.h of their long banks of oars and liiiamletl that the slew be lifted. And .. .,..!,., l-'niiilinnf uiiil he wanted time Iroiioiilt with hi friends about It.and l'opl In oneottna nomiin immmiHin, pw tlT and marts a rirrleon theRround around jitlocliii Kpiphanea, and compelled him to hie 11 ore lie ranie out oi mat cin-m; lie li't"d the dleze. Some of tho Lw had submitted to th...

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. — 18 October 1888

JJ. QC. SdddBUOd & Co.. (ILila2(leD), MlSDitoDD9 IPa., OOOOOOOOtk OOOOO OOOOOOOOi M NJOOOO Dcsiro to call the attention of the Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of FdaruBfture gurpefts, IhiDinisi suredl Sofleir Ware, l?liaiin.s OiaiANsand small Musical InstruinentH. We carry tlic largest stock of this goods in cntral Pennsylvania, and a visit to our spacious ware room, will fully repay you and we hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit 11s and get our prices be before purchasing. We arc oilering 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 I Alt: Heist made IMiiliulclphia Clothing in 'or men, and Youths, Hoys and Children. A.C.YATES&CO. SIXTH A: CI IK ST NTT, LKlXiKK MIUMXa CURE Si1i n'H'la'hniul relieve nil tlio trouble Inci dent to a tiilimn tat of the ayatem. such a Inmiess, .Nausea. Drnwsiuea. natreu after eutitir. l'nm In the Hide, Ac While their moat r...

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. — 25 October 1888

J v vJ ; .77, ,X glf F) P -"-vr.jv r.r, -srn .a n cv. ft DL. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER 25, 1888. NO. 43. f e -oa i l i 3? J U ... hwNNDOaNTRY. 8 are ap- IS 'Here andjrellow leaf is here, ktberan Conference will meet iddleburgh on Nov. 19, U. Orwig and family returned b on Saturday. le front am on de pumpkins An' ldder.in de bam." ues O. Gos has been appoint- ttst master at Troxelville. tii winter evenings hing rapidly. !. 11 lue nrtn are ime nvers smuu is and big mouths. V notice of change in Freidman itz' advertisement in this issue, . F. E. Bower and Mrs. O. Al- Schocli visited at Factory ville keek. and Mrs. Dr.' Barber visited Spanglor and family at Port a over Sunday. . ar all you can, .believe only half you hear, and don t tell all that believe. a sod to iTe said there is no fool In old one but that was before were so many young ones. bk out for lies on the eve of the ion. Abput that time one gener Juros up. lion t- ue deceived. Ellie Bolcnder returned last week fr...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1888

' THE MIDDLKUURGH TOST. T. O. HARTER, Editor akd Tko'iu m iirrj:in r.i., iht. vs, ish. An international congress of nearly Hvs hundred physicians lately In session nL IViris was practical! J unanimous that ensssumptinn, or tulicrculosis, Is con tagious and transmissible between man a J last. There was unanimity also m ti the pruno necessity of boiling milk wrxl cooking meat well ns a preventive nC tnuch of the consumption which now iT.icts tlio human race. None of theso cwit-ludons are new, but they derive ad ditional force from the unanimity with sh'n h they were declared and accepted at farts well cs ublishcd. Dnrnt arrival from tho Hawaiian Islands declare that the Covernment is iir-ulient, ami that nothing can prevent Iiankmptcy in the near future. The re form (lovcrtiinent, wh eh came into power en the downfall of tlio tiibson SJiii-'ry, l.ns simply Used any coin in Vtrbt to pay current expen-cs with no thought of fiitun.' settlement. Tliu pub lic: lrlit (if Hawaii may be put i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1888

COWARDLY ACT. ON DTTHG ItEV. T ALMAdE. L,U and Disbelief the "Only ,.,of gclf-Delr.ctlon C'hrl nltr th Only Pafrsuard Agalnnt tue crime. "IT (trtwent hUiword, nnd rtiM U,d himtelf. tupnotlng that th Irf had bren fnU Hut Ibnl erit i loud vote, nn ; 'uo tnyitif no Acta xvl., xi-J. Is a would b anlcids nrrmtml in hi. ii.tnut. Ha wm sheriff, anil o- V to the Roman law, a bailiff htrosrlf liter th punishment due an escape-l r; and ic ma primmer Drenicinfr jail lU-ml to ba eniuneeonl for three r yean, then the herifT must ba roned fr three or four year; and if oner breaking jail we w nave ranital punishment, then the sheriff ElTer capital punishment. The short if Mved especial marge w Keep a snarp I Inr i'aul and Silas. The eorern- fui not had confidence in bolia and lm Mfe theve two clerevmen, about ihern axemed to be something strange mialurai. rmiiiKh. by mlrnrulous power, tney e, and the sheriff, waking out of a iloep, and MippnsfnR these minister ii away, and knowing that they were l...

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. — 25 October 1888

i?s gtiWelmrgli port. I'uMiwlipd every Thuraday. T- H. HARTER, Editor and Pi oprictor. Subscription 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: tin f'llumti. inn Yrvr fM.O Our hU I 'il ii in n I Mix yntr i.t) in t..urtli CiiIiiiiiii, llui-Vp.r 11.0 r rolcli.nt' nr.l, rr y T M.O Au.ht"r. l-.ri iit t. Ailiiilnl'trntnr, ! AIiic Nullrra IM W lii'ii Oo .rvy nrrHimi ini nin Mrn lumli', all Ivcrt 'wiiiciii'. lii'iTlf"! I'if W" limn 4 imnith", wn rhurxi' tl mt Ini'li (or tir-t l.i-ertlun fl.im or ll " ml inx-Mimi ami tb ccum lur men ari.i ifiifiit lii'vrtlon. Thursday, Oct. 25, 1S88. KUTM.K AN NATIONAL TlCKKT. t rrM-iil III'NJAMIN II A lilt INI IN, nl Itnlliiim. I'nr vli1" PnvMilfiit I.KVt T. M hT't.N, nf Ynr. kli TIlntilllM IMilll, iji-wi rufin'. .! ilin II . TiiMiirf . Iiillli WlllnltMllklT, 1 1 n .1 - ri I'. .IhIiii. Willi. ill! C. ll:illllIIMl .Mill S. Mi klllliiv. .Ins'ill It. T. ' ii.lt -.. Wllllitin H. Kill. K.U'i'r l'ln.-lii .1 . siiinin l I., hurt.. KIIwkI lird'Hi. Krn II. Hippie. Wllllii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1888

NOTCH TO SUKCRIBEBS. Look at the flnures on the label of our paper. Those ngnres ten you ik nATK TO WHICH YOUR 8UBSCHIP " .ti. Within 8 wanks after I (1 al g I a e ..i . uni. If data ill chanced. nour i "i - - -- -- lo other receipt is necessary. Brief Fom Hausa Baiick. T.ikver Keujial Harder. Fel fun Innera loit matin ties ware en hards t bnd uff dor oram mon in tli'K weklt. Von ie miift fun oncru lenner wita on diitii no not ho dcnkti. Icn bob luole tnwa lutta fun liooHlond tana im Sunbury depot sitsa un rurka brote frossa don ena tier loiib tsu da ora rous gaflogn in. Ieh Lib na weil tail gn-gooked, dor no .1 .1 1-- t)V it'll BO ga-irogt vu ho uriiciui oto gleieha data. So lion micb Jw-ga-gookeil ll,H wou He fiana data h waro not rooh gasnoit, no but i m . t m . . tior g.iHogc, rerwan noi i u: cetiA mior gons wenieli tun nana KuHsia. Doit in oh glia un karn loto. ohovit'u He gn-lrogt eb not flash gloioha data. "Don oopa mior UHt tswa odor dri moln hr tnu Haiia'' but anor ga-nogt....

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. — 25 October 1888

IN COLDIJLOOD. TWELVE TIIOISAM) STOLEN. DOLLARS A Paymaster and llln Guard Shot Down by Outlaw. An awful crime was committed on the lonely rood lending (mm thn town of Minor's Wills to the base of tlio WilkcstMure Moun tains. J. B. McClnn, paymaster for Railroal Contractor McFaddcn, find his stable lam, Hugh Flannngan, wore murdered at 10 o'clock, . m., on thn jt V.lie highway, and 112,000 in cash, which they liid with thorn, Stolen. The Lohlgh Volloy llailroa I Commy Is building a branch from Pleasant Valluy to Fnirvlow, ami a largo part of th'i work I In tlie haniU of Railroad Contra"tor J. MeFnd don. Ho employ nlxM'.t 0.H) men, mo-tly Hungarians an I I talians, and Snturday was his pay-day. Frl lay morning his paymaster ami Flannigan appeiro I nt thn Wyoming Na tional Rank and drew ftp'.isK). Then they ttoardesj an open Img nnd drove to Miner's Mill. KIl.t Kl 11 Col.n BlviD. Tlm road thron-h which tin paymnMot M furred to drive in a lonely one and much trnvelesL AfbT leaving Mino...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1888

BUDGET OF FUN. VAKIOUS SOUKCH9. An Autninnat Idyl Then Yntt'II He member Me A Prccantlon ttf Mewiw-A Crcataro of Hbit, Etc, Kto, The ros from the witil mw-tnunf Cpon the grass are falling, Ani geese l happy argosies Fly southward, wildly call ng. t'non the top rail of the fence The itiirrele madly chatter, And in the forest, deep and rimse. The chestnuts gaily patter; And Mary Jane will noon commence To make the buckwheat batter. Then Yoa'll Itr-membcr Me. Restaurant Waiter (to departing cus tomer who hat failed to give him the accustomed tip) "You'll not forget me, will your" Miserly Tarty "Xo, indeed. I'll write you a letter when I get homo." A Precautionary Measure. Enamored Voutl "Your father treats me with the most distinguished consid eration. Tlio other night he called to me as I was leaving and reminded me I was forgetting my umbrella." Sweet Girl "ics, papa was afrnid you would lo coining back after it tho next C vcu i n g. " I 'It iladtlpli ut liecurd. A Croat urn ol Habit...

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. — 25 October 1888

ooooooooooooooo Desire to call the attention of cho Public to their Large and Varied Stock of FEarnatomre araste, CuOmisi anndl IMeir W&r9 l?8gua)i Ouc.ANsand small Musical Instruments. "We carry the largest stock of tliis 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 arc offering our carpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OP SNYDER COUNTY ! Wo alsohavo a full line of Oil shades, Lace, Damadc, Turkoina 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. K. SMITH & Co. (Limit; TZO, 222, 224, front St., Mil; ooooooooot ooooo, HEAR: Host made Clothing in 4 or men," and Philadelphia Youths, Hoys and Children. A.C.YATES&CO. SIXTH Sc CIIKST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1888

Co. Commissioners. L. 25. M1DDLEBU11GH, SNYDER CO., PA., NOVEMBER 1, 1888. NO. 44. i i . ... rnJMYDV Thank God, tho election will soon OQauuai u a rr doiqi u nau nuau; tJlllUlti flliulllulll ! rNANt) COUNTRY. 3 Chosnutt'f Dress Goods, p.3. L Kntp.Elln.nml Emma Stet- Moyees in the Danville Ay- jturncd homo on I' mlay. N. & L. Railroad company in- kitting fl,r irou 1,1 tne rove bridge. lave several hundred old news- at the printing office which sell at five cents per dozen. Bowersox brought a lot of kit-hurrs to our office on to which had yielded seven feveloped chestnuts each. Id. A pocket-book at Kratz l. 1... L'tt. uwner can nave same uy on A. A. Hummel, Kratzer ad describing property. I reported that the standard ipany will drill for gas in Terry , and that they are drilling in In county, not far from Luck Vtion west of Harrisburg. I sneak-thief stole a largo ham Dr. Orwiir's smoke house on k 1 i 1 I.. I ..I lllglii nuu a iul i umii I. ShimM's crib. Johnny ir gun, get your gun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1888

( 3t THE MlDDLKliUKGII TOST. T. O. IIAKTER, Eiinon and Tko'r. MH'hl.Klit l.f.lt. I'A.. .W. 1,1 SHS. fanndi Is mad becauso the Mormoni re Siti'iinir there. There nro lr.it fourteen Catholics In tin 1'nitcd Mates House of Pcpicscnta tives. India, Central Aii nrd China product about one-sixth of tin- Sift.OOi) tons il tlii' world's nnntial wool clip. Au A iiicric in company ha Irnci) Ahonkir l!a.- from tin; F.gyptlnn Govern rent to grow oysters tin rein. New York hn found it necesiry t Increase tlie taxes, nnd it in now on tin; sl'C, nnil I hi'.ailolpliiu has 1 nc likc.v.se and increased to -fi. 'J on il'M. liven .Tcru-nicin in in ti e ti;nc!crnth century swim, nnd lint 11 real estate b om. 1 mid in it the city Inn pint' up tiv I.iin I red jiff cent, within the last l?w yt an. Th" greatest shooting ever done in a sing c day wan liy F ord Walmlnghaiii mi lii i tiinor recently. 1 1 k i . ! 1 1,0"is grume in thirteen h mra, there belli." forty drivers. The I'nitcl Statu in nt ' the only l...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1888

r' 1 " S&KlBKR SEVEN. ,J n v L st'MDi:n or peiifuctiov. ir.tmniro Trauhc n Insili-o- tlye " I nirriatnlng t hrls- LTT "(7otl BUtMil th SttfnfK Day." L.i. 11.. 2A L mBthenwitlo of tho tlibl la notlcunblo, U flfnetrT IWU mo hi imn.---.icj lut- i, u.,i r..,.ti- ill circle sfxikcn of In Isaiah; thi sllu led to in Job; the rule of fractions limn-d In Pnniol; the rule of loss and . . . i ri.i . 1. .. l,- nl - . Lin JIArK, wntrD i "sr,,, i- vm . out hr that rule what It would prolll ian if h' gain the whole world and loss wn soul. ' lint there In cm) tnntliemntical r. that I crowned boro all others In bible, it l tha numsral sovn, which rrnhian got from India, and all follow. Rffri buvs taken from tho Arabians, II ! between th Ariii s x and tha llRnr In the mole, an me otner numerals ,0"r . ... i. . .i j Ker thrre lluimrr'l Ulllf-n is lb nn-ni.ioii-u k. (scripture, either alone or compoun.iea other wor.ia in umicwis mo ween is .lml into teren daTS. and I u Mr text iiio there ttii numor...

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. — 1 November 1888

She Slttfthhrgh lojrt. I'iiIiIihIiimI pvcry Thursday. T-H HARTER Editor and Piopnctor. Subscription 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: iin I'llutm iln r .' One hull '.iliitiui in- vi" ir f ii.il inr l.mrtli t in i. Iini" Yi" r F rutr.'li.nsl Hrc, piT j-.iif . Aii.lil.it". Kiim nt..r. AiliiiiniiMliir. ami A'-lnto N...-i" '.IV) XX hi'M fl i h'c ill nrrHiiui'iiii'iiir srr tnit.li". nil s.lvi.rtu iii, IikitIciI l ir i"p tliiin 4 mnnllii, Wfi i h iijr l u' r Hu h inr r-t intertlnn. ll.wi or ilm r inl iikitIi.iii nn.l 74 crnls lor rh uti'iiii ni tii'i'itlnn. Thursday, Nov. 1,1883. lU.iTin.K-AN National Ticket. Vi.t Vr-'i Ifii' III AM A M I N II AKKIStlN, il Imlliiti. tot rv I'riPl-lont l.hVl I". M -iklO.V Ill !" Yurij. KltlXTOIIS. Thntiiii iM.m, I"I" I'llCll''. John II. Tncunrt. .I'lllll W liIl llilllktT. llllilMTt I'. .Mill. XX lllllltll ('. ll.HHllli.il. .I.ilill S. Xl.kllihiv. .t.i.pll . 'I. I o.iti".. xx i m .tin . i:iiw. Kdnr I'ln. lii.l ,iinii""l I.. Knil. Kn.l i.r'.i-t. Kt.i II l...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1888

iOTCX TO SUBSCBIBEItS. (k nt the fluKtiren ou the Inbel of .,.,,,,.. TIM we IlsTliren leu m ,,'K to vmt'.n your Krnxcnir m vaw. Within 8 weeks nfter . If flute I rliHnired. bi.T receipt In necessary. Brief Foa Hausa Barick. r.'t Keiixai. Habprr. Bi ili W fn in mior hurst t h i t-hou ,.r. IVrleieht kumpt tier brief iltz Hewer nn ferleirht net. nkferlticht net, Mier welln ile anvhow ho liiHHd. Won iih Lis don Kane ioh initeinaleiehta nil nn dinny VnM hiiffHii. an 4 ll!llt boillU led IH till ieh f Polly mii neininii kou. Ho in imiirraiiil. Ieh 1 ne conm.ln W fiirsprer.i.iitf "lot lch inu-li Fit will, weil ieh initerii rexpee- )Uty KiW. "in "H Itfpnuh Se lr.it ovver net ho fiel glova KcpublieaiiH tlos en glaa ma- it gulmt ufcia rigelwiiko train W't'A. We der OarfieM fleet ii unser boovn nochera jollili- nr'etini? gong on an muiioor l'ir inn liiunc-wako hen He i lii-itiiigrutiilixlirr HehnoppH mk.-i nn mii loud waiTn, (ho 1,-r HehnoppH net pi wan D. IV idrl in worker warn un wore liloir ...

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. — 1 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS ITEMS. GMMNCI) HWM AUi ROUHCF.n. Tim Main I'iicM ltolato-1 Without t'n iioccamry Words. Tim project f.r a salt piliee nt Silt Lake City, Utih, 1 taking Bh ij. Tuo plan in to erect n wooden frame ntil then bring In salt from tlio laku to lio tn nlo itib a saturated solution in a t ink m ar tlm building, and th u sptay tlim solutlou all over it, insid'j and out. Tlio three nigral who were to liave been hanged at Ara iolphin, Arkansis, have lioen granttsl n rcpito until tlio (supremo Court tdiall linvehal an opportunity to reviow the case. The nu n werj c nvieto 1 of murdering Joellorton, colored, a bearding houwk i ?r. J. A. Bwnn, formerly treasurer of Knox county, Teuucssce, was found J.i,0)0 short in Lis account when somebody els camo to aettlo witli bin success ir I "At tint time, Mr. Bwan was some .there in tit West." Queen Natalie has nt nlvl to tlio Pitrl nrch at Constantinople ntaitist tlio decree of the M.-trnp .litan who dissolve 1 her mairiiigi' with King Mi an ...

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