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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1888

tOVES SUFFICIENCY. Vld by the poet, It ii bettor far TO love ma e, nerer to here loved at alL But I I may not chooee, here has nm ,nto my "f ,0T Ho fierce, srroiit, I am helpless Its grasp, con tun t To drift along. hi knew not 'twas Lore' tea I had Rat anil unon. ppy, flrmtol on, with half-cloned eye, Through shad j and mm; t heeded I which war I went, with him M Isiat to irti Idol- It danger ha 1 the unknown sou, If he r .- i . .:.tui . as VJ III ni'ioi Jke to fln l myself In water strange, 0 lanu in ,hing secmo.1 radiant, now. A mighty flood . .. . . Of rare delight pi o'er my startle I soul; iho sky, the waves With elorr shone. las roventcd th) rnptiimui thrill of love, Till then uimnown. now 1 t shadow f 1, let storms arise, ( In hi dc.ir bronst. IMed and s if i. I lie, while shclfrlnj arm 1 old me i rest. nUht way come, it holds no dread for me: !! ten ter kiss llici all my fonrs.nnd lill my happy hoart n.i iti ci mm frank Lrtlie. NTH AXO POINT. lender of men is oflcn a follow...

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. — 1 November 1888

.IT. m ie. OOOOOOOOCK OOOOO oooooooo 1000000 Wm U.UV K7MUUUILUU W y XLJUIUIUUHIl f lTiiUUttVUUe U Desire to call the attention of cho Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of FaBFw3tMre aurpefts. llDflinisi MCi SBBeir War, PDaroj OiuJAN.sand sniiill Musical Instruments. We carry the largest stock of this goods in cntral Pennsylvania, ami a visit to our spacious Mare 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 OF SNYDER COUNTY ', We also have a full line of Oil shades, Lace, Damaok, 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. K. SMITH fc Co. (Li,jt 220, 222, 224, 1: rout St.,.M H EAR: Host made Philadelphia Youths, Hoys and Children. Cl...

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. — 8 November 1888

Co. ComroUsioncrs. 25. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., NOVEMBER 8, 1888. NO. -15. lN"" COUNTRY. last rie Chcsnutt's Dress Goods, p.3. lit arc reported plenty. week John Francis shot a will Frain of Millersburg is here For bit. J. II. ArnoM returned last Lorn Iut visit to Ohio. fy Rcigle ami Joe Cleland home from Shaniokm, Tues- of vote. f nheimer's new advertisement issue should be read by every - Lho needs clothing. Rankle of the firm of See- & Runkle left on Tuesday fX for Philadelphia to lay iu u tf winter Roods. Lve several hundred old news- well preserved in the printing which we will Hell at 5 rent 17.011. IS. and Samuel Hassinger ve next Monday to accompany r from Swengelvillo in a doer II. H. Leitzel returndcd Fri ki her home in Millheim after tug ho vera! weeks visiting rela- Jiore. thor prophets aro predicting ile Know the coming winter, on pt of the large amount of wet jer this fall is Iiohh weather for laying vemonts umt quite a number people are taking advantage It is...

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. — 8 November 1888

'THE MiDDLKitUKGH TOST. T. II. HAItTEIt, Kdhou and I'no'n. Mii'ii.f i.ri,f;n. r.., Ar. x, iv. BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS. I am to K'nd, no glnd to know Thnt Jmt Iteyon.l tlm m-'untalns, I.los the Innd of piireil.illK.ht The Innd of orystd fountains Th land of youth, of lore sublime; Tlio lfnl where friends no'er ovir, I'ut Walk nml talk, j s, on and on, Forever and forover. It is estimated that one-half of nil tlio . . .......... i urugs imported :nl . tlio I mtnl Mans I know It s only hut Itoyon l i Thermion and ru.'gpd hills, nro consumed in iho manufacture of patent iiMiliciii" The census of 1 '.m, preparations for xvl.ieh aro airily being iim.li, promises j An,, ,,,.,,, iUll ,'ov Where wo will twvl thuj'i K"ni before Whcrtt there's no rvilin or ill; And w will take them ly the hand, riirni't death's ehillhiji rivnr, to show in tin: I nitcd Statu a popula- ti .nof more than T, oim r.itoo. We'll live und live forever. flfyond the tnxiin triin'4 snow crwt penks. l I'x'Vnn t tlm sunset's ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 November 1888

Wdytrs hav. organise! strong Jthwliood of rainier now ha 11$ . ratlnn of Labor In Connecticut inhers. , Kr.Bnion of Brooklyn hail real rsoentlf tnoetln was held r(UO (a AH fmit to form a National fof nilk worker. I - ..iilmM tiava Milvan. Pimnn- .in Fi (one tip r.nninnu u.i mwiii m anion the miner. . . . i i 1 .. I miner in nratem i p tithihh Will receive an advance of live per in Holland work on Friday and tweuty-aix hours without Inter- Ihisnn, Topeka and Sant Fe Rail- es the watfes i iu employes wii Lai. movement for the eight hour km ! Inaiiuurated in Great Uritr rliind. r in rnilrond slmim at Kant Hart- L, have teen rrfuwd nu huur olT inlay s wot It. fur a new Knli'li syndicnto were liKkiiii fr a fuw oil drillers at to K" to India. blind Association of Rnilwny Fm- i. li recently met at l.nlesliurj;, ,ii)J ineml ts. TiU'i'SAM) colliery strikers In . l-.tulwi'l. Imve oiitaiiie-l a ton Iv.mikh in their woei. v workinij lumrs in the Dnlnnraro .11 mid tin) i.ii' kn;iiHia collenoa re...

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. — 8 November 1888

4 Site ptoiflmrgl! IRosK PuMisIhmI every Thursday. T- H. BARTER. Edilur aud Piopnctor. Subscription 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: tine rilnmn tin" Vrif .u.f) One hiilt 1'iiliimn line vo ir V0 line fiiilrtli I'mIiiiiiii, (lnoV'r 17'. u r rule loinl 'ri, prr yen ') Anlit"r. Kx-'-nior. AOiiiiiii.iriitnr, nml AMiril'l Nntico tl.tO Wlirii n'i fpw'iil rrnm iin'ii' iir' minle, nil a.lverts.i'ini'lit.. Ill'iTII l.if ! t!l:lll 4 limlltll". we rhurue l 'J.'-I"'r Itn h i.t r)rt I n-i-rt (mii . l nr ill poc ninl lii'crtlMii ainl 74 cent l'ir ru'li Min.eiiietit tntiTtiuii. Tlnirstlav, Nov. S, 1SSS. mi: hoy, Tn Got we ! THIS IS A nooSTF.K! Lowem.. Some of the farmer are through hiiriking corn. Others nay the weather in too warm to store much away at one time. I HiippoHo by Una time Home of the candidatea are contented, others disappointed an it is always the rule after they find out who are their friends and who are not. The pumpkin crop is a failure in our parts on account of wet weather....

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. — 8 November 1888

I DTCS TO SU23CBIBSES. ,lc At tli flutftirp on the label of " Tlw.u fliriirow toll VOII nTK TO WHICH TOUR rU!uCllIP. i is lAII. Within 8 week after ' vt tent, nee if ' changed, ntlier receipt in neceBwvrr. ten for tli Ptr- i Catholic CJnrch School and Puhlic ihn Stuart Mill once Hil : "The lihlcHt lnuniin creature in not in- Lihlo oftnkimj Home part in tlm (lo which i continually going on jweeii the powern of tfootl ami WO 01 evil; r tmti 10 in ti in it ,t , Li tlieHiimUcst. help to the ritfht him it h value in promoting the Jy nlow ami almost insensible Ltchs by which Rood in gradually Biintf grouiKl from evil. fter retnlinif the above extract a thinking that every one either tr HhouM bo intrusted in tne Htion of the uniting of Church ? State, of denominational itilhi- 1.1... ....1.....1 . 1, ...it..!- 'l OVtT pwouu m iuh'ii , in ih-i erniined to submit to the rentiers ihe Post one instance of the ril- bcinc of the Catholic Church to- tds lessening that gap which eX betweeil libert...

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. — 8 November 1888

-J DUPED AND BEATEN. A 1'ITTSIiritGll Gill IAS M I ST A K l She Finds Out Hint Iter Titled Hus band I a lV-tinlless Unite, Anot In r failure must lx ntlil 1 to tho long lint of unhappy unions ln'twwn Enrioin ti tlii ami Arm rlcan dollar. I'm ii In talking liotit the i Men termination of tho honey tiiiHii of fount nml Countoss Dl Montercale, fmco Mis Virginli Knox, of Pittsburgh. Their marriage wan celebrated nlxnit a fnrt night a.jo in Pittsburgh with groat eclat. The bridal con 'l" arrive-1 in Paris lust Sun Any ami engaged a in t of rims at the Ibi tol llcllovu", in tho Avenui Dj I'brporn, T'mr itory to out inning their Journey to tlii cnstlo which th" Count suld his mother fMcso I on tho A-lrintlc. It was apparent that the bride was not happy. Early on Monday moriiiii the guat were nrousnl ly shrieks from tlm Countess' ehainlsT, follow ed by ciii for help. Some guots dressed hastily nn.l r in to tho corridor. The mali nger of the li. it fl lur.it open the iloor uud found the Coun...

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. — 8 November 1888

rtEAT IXl'LUKNCE AT TVOIUC. Idlnff Ktrrnal Mr of Count )0M jlllliora 01 carta. IT! "Th irrttf o th lord of Haiti Jl b upon plftimut pirl iirrs." Inh H.i P"'u ' the Villi and luth verse, (dure nre by some relegated to the renin the trivial. accidental, .ntimental m rldlr. hut my text lumi that Uod sent es'p'icttircs, and whether they nre gme) hurt, whether used for right or wrnni ,,oe. Is a mutter of Hivlne obervntioi I arraignment. '1 lie divine inssion ot ltir is mv subject hat t tin artist s pencil nnd the engraver f.. hsve noiiict ini'' I pen made sul.ervicti ho kingdom of the I nd Is frankly admit A I tor the shes and scorin were ro vel from llf n ulftii"iiin ami I'onipeit tin a of tlnee cities discovered tatlut explor a degradation in art which cannot I e ex ernled. hntnn ninl nil hi Imp have al ri wanted tlie lingering of the mel; they nld rather have possession of that than tin of printing. '"r tys-s aro not so xit"iit I quick lor vil n picture. The worl l irkni'M th tik they...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 November 1888

OOOOOOOOl lOOOOOO DcB.ro to call the attention of (he Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of Fmmtme Oairpefts, finpmisi arctil Dllveir Ware, PBamios OiusAXsand small Mimical Instruments. We carry the largest stock of this goods in entral Pennsylvania, and n visit to our spacious ware room, will fully repay you and wo hereby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices be before purchasing. AVo arc offering our earpct Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department. REMEMBER : OUR GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY : AVc 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. K.SMITH fc Co. (Limit,, 220,222, 224, Front St., Mil, Clothing Piiilad'.-i I 'OK A.C.YATES & CO., 6' CJ nint 00 i.i.i xii.k r.i n.t'i v CARTER'S Ms 1 A Sauls Latwaaa Lulls- COKE -i. k llrwl...

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. — 15 November 1888

t t Co. Commissioners " . "in i j,- w : MIDDLEBU11GH, SNYDER CO., TA., NOVEMBER 15, 1888 NO. 45. lN COUNTRY. Chesnutt's Ladies Coats, p.3. L. nl-AJ IIIIIhIi fttlll sau- W IIITIIV i . - V in tlio nun ket. RroverliiiH appointed TLanks- r):iy the turkey are roosting hi your potatoes. They II lie Co up in price before tLe win- her. a political campaign ever to bo conducted on a more liouH platform t iloasant Indian summer-like weather brings out the wasps VpioiiH abundance." Jrty of hunters from Middle in camping in the Seven kins this and next week. week there will be no U'HB lozen hunting partieH scour- Seveu mountains for deer. A. H. Spangler, of Port Roy nil hemorrhage on the 1st Vs recovered. Juniata Her- attending a political meet Richfield Friday a week, i .belonging to A. W. Totter ek and died Saturday morn- underHigned has iilaced his the hands of John S. Mciser, or collection. liins unpaui tccembor 15th, will be collect Irding to law. J. W. Seip. Specht of Weiker, Union whilo ...

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. — 15 November 1888

THE ELECTION. End of a Most Vigorous Contest for Politi cal Supremacy. TARDY RETURNS FROM STATES. CLOSE Tim nKPtllMCAXS CLAIMF.t) TIIK VICTOUY I'HOM Till: I I KMT. The Democrats O'om-cilc Their Defeat. b ill PENNSYLVANIA. Henjamix nAnnnoN, rnr.sitiEST elect. Item crntie. The I'.liM'lorul Vote. Thin in tin) probable v to in tint Electoral College, inrrocii-U in accordance itb tlio Int. t returns: lb-publican. California CllTT,ld Illinois Iowa Iiidi in Kan Mai i m Mas-sichusett Mulligan Minm-sot Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New York lhki i liegon Pennsylvania Rhode Isliiml Vi'im nt Wt Virginia Wisconsin 8 Alabama in ft Arkansas 7 21 Connecticut 0 1:1 Delaware 3 15 Florid 4 V Georgia J "J ti Kfiit ui'k y i:l It 1llliHlllllIt H i:l Maryland M 7 Miisippi II f Missiiuii 10 ; N.irtli Carolina 11 4 N-w Jors-y l JiO South Curulinn tl 2-1 'IVllMCSHlM 12 :t Texas i:i 30 Virginia ti 4 4 102 0 u Nxw Y'ohk, Novcmtier 8. Chairman Ilrici-, of the Democratic National Executive Committee, comedos th...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 November 1888

I fiDGKfOP FUN. novn sKRTOfiKS moai ....hi Malfl-Hnlat Willi Own retrl Got It Just tne name Kto., Eto. Limr through the "ads" of all the ri'nwnit and active girl to the "lady irthe drapers." situttions vacant," through which I , nn that take my fancy lika the egriable maid. try to picture her commencing at ;r her head (of celery) if surmounted n-aMed'maiden hair, to delicate and CnHH4 the use of monkey's-cap to keep t nice mid clean. m1 a llttlo lower and her car (of wheat) illcVthey may be barley, or oats or veil rve. ... , rheoks a little radish, and a turnip none Itn smell', . , mutti a ntnllc of tulips which are l herry rod as well. iw n ,t fail to mention, though it can j m some surprise !l. been mi old M)tato in osom? r .nt hlacKoyes. inlikn Hint mhii old tubers, hem enn i tn iiihik hii i miKii, I'taiitt v hvi not cut out when fixing 4 r a mu ll. jiiht the marrow In her liones U vego jtall, t'X. jnliim are case I ill foxgloves of bright ziim tit i tin", man I her neck, the cho...

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. — 15 November 1888

Published evrry Thursday. T- H. HAKTER Editur and.Pi opnctor. Subscription $1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: n t'lliunn. tin. VO.n One hull Column ltr yrr ift.U me Inn rlh Ci.luinn, Our Yir J". 0 t riiirj.ioinl CRnln, per yir u AitititoM. l-.x,riitnr, Ailniltilitriilir, uimI ,Mia;iir Ni'lli'oa tl.f.Q WIii-ii no Pin"iil Brrui'Ki'tiiritia Hfi iint.lt. nil . vi'r i iiiriil, lii.crti'.l tnr ! Iliiin 4 ni'intli", km rhiriti- fl il.'i iit liu'ti tor lift lii'i'MInn (i.wi or iim fi-niid iii'itiimii ami . ci'iim inr varn ruitMiiriit Innrrtlun. Thursday, Nov. 18NS. Kro.ti tin' N. V. niwniT. Ir Talmajs on Tatting up Staves. Th' St'llSlllI IH CIMIH' wlll'll w can iii) iii'iri' ili'lu'inl nil tlx licat of tin' kiiii fur nur cuiiifort. Hi1 kimlliH lii-i liifs Mo late in (In- iimniing ami li:.!iks tliciu up s early in iislirs of rloiid lit night, llvi n tlx- I'Xtnv coat or nlmwl in tlio evening time do not hcoiii tu ilo tin1 work expect cil of them. We hiivo had three or four shirp frost x. 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. — 15 November 1888

rcS TO SUBSCRIBERS. t tbo fiuiftires n the label of iuer. Those figures -H you jrK TO WHICH YOim Sl'BSC Ktl- L nr. nee If date Is changed. Lr receipt ia necessarr. ViefFaa Hansa Barlck. If . WnlK.f Il(tvv Jote wo it'll dier dor fun jvva hob, nn de linlor-grobba der SN Hover runner pa fchwaitz in. So rcilia tier of- kl Ifh wore stick wakes der fewer miff mit tier Tolly no , i. iMod-bv iravvft tin bin I In feer yohr ttcuk ieh wnso ink fer unich es doeh kuiiima igored. Do arshU pore milo ml jronga, ovver tie Doinagru- Vooil 0111 bout ptisha. no tun Ltswousitf mule nun g.iwnsi. ob ken mon hara polities zn tier tfons wukc, over ally is nner nil Raj u nipt do won jslofe ware un g grislm, "1 11 it New York will go twenty mil Do" un cb arc cs onner reeked hut in are woeker wiira nicli nuuncr gagookeil iloa we p-liaiinn won are in kee dreek iln ware. Eh wet to- hut ovver da kep giiHtucka un a mole iser duetor pi wet dm nn eer ivolk inn hiiunitl an hunered ng ware. Eh hut aner ene ulT buna ov...

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. — 15 November 1888

THE M1DDLEJJURGH TOST. T. II. HARTER, KntTOB and Tno'iu HlltLI:lil JU;ll. i'A.. Xor. 15, isss. More tlinn lml f the population of Paris apply for gratuitous nicdicul attendance, and half the burials nro at thu public expense Tho corn crop of the present season in tho lirst iti riincyeirs that in proportion ate to tho increase of population in thin country. An c!Tort will bo made In tho Vermont Legislature at tho present sc-sion to adopt a more effectual and satisfactory COlllllloll-.school svstem. A Ccrinmi Mii'i-lii'ian figures up tlia I-.ii j1:itk1 has caused tin; il'iiih of .".', I niii,. t)0'l people and ha wrought )10,UtO, ODO.oiio worth of destruction. Tho l'.t'LjlMi army in kicking about rations, having disi ove:e 1 Unit tho sol dirt of every other ur ny in the worbl draw lon.er if ti .t better rations. 'lie of the jnurmil nt St. Peter-bur" ill view of the inllux of ( hilie-e into r-'ibeiii, iiiet that measure lc taken Id re;;ii:i!r their immigration into tint eiiii.itry. It ...

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. — 15 November 1888

)1TI0N OF TRADE, DESPITE THE ELEC TION. I F.xcltrmont Interfere 1 , Any rreiou v-.v". LnftCo.1 weekly review of trao. ttlon hi f' Interrupt 1 Itwlnci pirt week tliat moei comparisoni orrepondinu wetk last yeir art ig. NeTertliolnM tba Tolumo of le i,U'lnw t0" wonderfully we!! Hi durlnft the past week, m during i political campaign, ) that the rie tnntrit of 19 go lnK hirtory a isturlxKl etirront trade 1cm than any contort, altliough It turned largely ustrlnl ami eonimeirlal qtiestiona, Konornlly conldcrad doubtful to the And till U the more remnrknblf In the month! preceding thow ol Mcltcnirtit, npumlatlon had usually active and extravagant. . iWUlnn of th people there hn torecinfUont tone In m any t.ranclier Lm, and a larger trado wllti improv , ( uMiallV anticipated ai a result of Jponement of very many operation k-liow In pist montm. i!)orlii from liit -rior point gpnorallr ! the petit foil excitement as the ufll no of quiet III tin le during the past I yet It Is noteworthy Hint ...

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. — 15 November 1888

i : J. QB. SmmfiUDn & Co., ILSiraii(tedI9 MlfiDitoDQ9 IPa. ooooooooot ooooo k00OOO00O0O0O00O Desire to call the attention of riio Public to their Largo and Varied Stock of- Furniture aurpefts, CwDa and SBOverWare, POainW I. .1 4 4 OiusANsand ninal. Musical Instruments. Wo carry tl.o largest stock of tliiood s in cntraircnnsylvania, and a visit to our spacious ware room, will fully repay you and we l.creby extend a cordial invitation to visit us and get our prices be before purchasing. AVc are offering our carpet Stock at special prices and have made great reductions in every department. RSMEMBER : OUE GOODS ARE DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF SNYDER COUNTY ! m Bos': Mado Clothing ,N Pkila'da F,m Wc also have a full line of Oil shades, Lace, lania ,k. Turkoiua Curtains. Curtain tmW fWni. ' J ------ '-'vTVvSBBa,y w "f favt anything pertaining to the furnishing of a house and all at prices 25 per cent lower than city prices. Tha Wise Choice. J. K. SMITH & Co. (Li,,,:. -w.-m, -..,...

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. — 22 November 1888

; I P8el it MIDDLEBUHGII, SNYDER CO., PA., NOVEMBER 22, 1888 or. NO. 47. N"GG(JNTRY. hcsnutt's Ladies Coats, p.3. y Nov. 20, in Thanksgiving, ecks from next Tuesday is s. !t Swincford is still with us y weak. ,ockw ood's campaign bustle illtl. lubraol Bouver is seriously has liml a fifteen-inch uuly this fall. nkle of Spring Mills, Centre sited with his Hon John W". y lust week. o ufraitl to send in notices b who may bo visiting with n want all the news. jillie Orwig has returncil several week'H viwit with I Union county. re Heveral hundred old news- II the printing ofliee, which fll at 5 ceutn per dozen. Id friend Jesse Wort of irg, Centre eounty wan the Joneph Rowei sox a few days iter eounty contains 103 ics. It Iiiih a larger number than any other county in Id Staten. lipremo court has declared diHagrcciueut of a jury in a trial in equivalent to an uc- iddleburgh hunting party kit in the mountain. On (they had Hucceeded in cap e deer. Ilare was recently Bent a i containing an el...

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. — 22 November 1888

AN OLD MAN MEKT9 DF.ATH O.N LOWS. tiii: gaij tsxcrntlonof Munlercr Wllllan Show ere How ll Killed His lilt tit; (ironiU'lilMirn. NEWS IN BRIEF. William Showers was hanged In tlio jnil yard nt Ij'bnuon, Pa. Tlio crime for which Shower u IT -red the extreme pcnnlty mil tho murder of hi two . gr unison, Will.o Itnhl-T, ngcd six years, and Sammy Sp finv, ngo I four, on tlio pith of May I ist, liotli illegit imiito children of bis j daughter. Showers was without wifo or j housekeeper, uii'l the littlo ones woro a bur- d'Htitli- old mini. Fitmlly tlio chl'dron iluvippnired, ntiil Showers told conflicting j storii s of how lie lia I bound them out, nnd again that they had boon I l on tlio iti'itui" tnin. This ltd to his nricst, nu I n few ilnys , nftorwnrds, on ihi nfti'i no'iit of Mny ill, ' when tlio cxoiti iifiit wns nt fiVcrlie.it, tho d ad l ull.-si f tin" Is.ys wore found lmri-l in n ditch in i ln ln n low 1.:n lt of Showers' liou-o. M:it ks tii hi lh Indies iml .tailed tlmt ; tlio c...

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