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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 November 1888

jget of .fun. ... nsm VlllOU SOUHUKS. - ft T'lb(t Cat-Th Only Lm -Gibbon KipUlnH- iiimcnlt Literary Per formance, Kta, fcto. L is the mattor with your faoo." .vierrui. , toskv old cat scratched me, kobwi.-gcr. "Hut never i. f ..i.9nl I.a- nr in the irir. hcn kickol her o r ih3 roof.' nhl' lauiilieu Merrill, "in" Villi miirht cad toeing tho f Ai Yvik Suiu Tim nniv Hnbst ltntv. Vcrifr.in Dakota) "I hear you inir mustard plasters dt me jam, tesdy for use." Ir.rist "ICS Sir. VOUIU JOU irvonrf"' now; lint if you'll warrant 'cm i.l hot you can send me about irds by express to lllizardvilh ('did weather IS coming on nuu loo hiah for poor folks.'' Hlli'mi I'.xplains. Nicheo (ferociously) "ITana it. . I can't see w hy you have adopted lotie. way of carrying your urn Your'ri! jabbing everybody, H front." k-1 1 .iibon "You can't ten, eh? t's absolutely neces.sawy. I get me 111 m:.' tangled 111 tlio skirts nt w l.ngi.sh troupers if 1 didn't til in a huri.untal position." Iliriitt Miernry Perfor...

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. — 22 November 1888

he Slitolflittrg!! Host. Pulilishod every Thursday. T- H. HARTER Editor an! Piopnetor. Subscription $1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: Ond Cil'imn, i)n cr fM.O On lull I 'nl ii m ii I Ine yrxr t it.O n tmtrtli Cnhiiiin. Iiie Ycf M.u rriilrn-lniml i'nl, per yenr ..6.o Auillliirn. Kxc('Mlr. AiliiiltiiMNitnr, mnl A"Iiii-p N..t ! t!M When no fecil uriiitiKi'iiHMiti" utr tniiile, ll ftilvirlmi'iiirtiiK. limiTli-il Inr i" tliiin 4 iihuiiIi", r rlmt(i' fl W T huh I'T tirt llini-rllon l.KI nr ilm ft'cnml lnrrll.iii mill i ri'iiln Inr ciii'lt piltilriit linrrtlun. Trial Liet-Eec. Term. tXtvM Kn-tw, . Mry K. Mnnlwclc, d, at. Kiirnh Krclw. vn. Mhtt K. Munhm k , nl. Imvlil llimver. ct. n. The Ottlner Mfif. lit. II. I'. Ap, 't. l. Alln-rt ArNiirmt, rt. Ml. ThofoininlwIniiPTot I'll Ion im. v. Klrlmrrt tUldd. The IhtliiiHtln Null Iron in. in. J. M. Illnc Andrew Slirtlerlv, vn. J. Kfililer Feck. Adtnr. Wtllliim linh, vs. Henry stuck, NIclMilisTrewlit, vs. Ilrnry Stuck. Vurv .Irtiklm. . Newton Vi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 November 1888

UOTCB TO STJBSCSIBEBS. miner, jnow iijtn CMatk to whh h vorn Hvnscu,,.. So IS PAII. Wltnin o "n ("otvI M-nt, oee ' date " l'n'- o other rernui i n.-i.-. LAIS COATS Brief Turn Hausa Earlck. T tn-rR Ky'.rnal HRiF.n. Ich wore I Seiiwiiiefords Stt ttle lo wooli tin b do porrn tu gndioiioiiiM on uei Conference. K lt 1111(11 Ci old tHiiln gii-mount-d. Mindst do ,,-h won vU dor roll rum Kuinmii we mere la I'Uinm t ln-n iiiiasa. VimninnlM il lnnKcl tfii-noga won hi wise hols ditch ga-si-.im noli I ior yungn lien nU spook fressa mis for an gona j'ohr ho dos dor pur loin fun mogeis hut won are iii. i Siinnt. Fi won- mm oi.h uoug umi i . . i kytsu (Inula, un micr licit oh in iw I tu nun galiueked do we Rilm- hihhii. Do mulling wore ol dos do Liira data niiiii kail hi Hulich t it im k.ktlMHi noeh dioga. Jiciioy bi.l.i hill fi'ih.v, un loll bin liow dim fe sill. All porra hoi mi k""" 1 n hi. un m hin shier oil, ovrr os lit doi ll ol illlloh' ll paaidoslessor Miit warn for hun (I teehtn inoclin n...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 November 1888

4 facts! P THE MIDDLEiJURGlI TOST. T. U. HAIITEK, Kditom axo rno'R. MIIl'l.Hil l!(;H I'A., AV.r. iy,. Advice from abroad aro to the clfeot tint "Scotland yearns for Homo Ittio nlmo-t a earnestly ns Iro'ntid." The Haltimoro Amrrifitn says tint railroad ollicials nro tho most unpopular oll'u i.tis before the American public. Of l?l persons in France claiming to hoover 100 years old, n committee threw out 11 after invest igation, ami the other tlirco were considered doubtful. An Knifli-li vicdicnl journal has nn nrticle in the hist nutnlier favoring tho tie of whales m food. It says that they were once used and parts lrghly eteomed ill Mhglartd. Tin: tongue, iierv mid tail nre particularly recotn tiii.'i'iled. In thirtn-11 year, or itn I "Til, wo hue expo-ted fre.nl t It it i outi'.ry over 1. 'iiiii.O (11,11110 lui-hels of whe.it und '. ', "".' in barrels of llour, the iiogrogi'e cuii' ot tin- two 1 ' i n j f I, V.'i. .';, ; while f ir the prci e ling l.ftytlvc yean m- ep"it d o 1 ", I...

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. — 22 November 1888

SATAN'S TRAVELS. HE nUINS YOUNG AND OI,D. V. Dr. Talm"K Pictures Ills Jour neje Among Men. a... "Ami rnt l.nra trim unro saian: L'nrl comfit thont Then Satan anivrrri . I ' . .' J n I ,nrtt, uVI Sinn, r rum jwirir iu ,. r, . ,L the earth, and from walking up and In in f."-Joli I., ?. L K,ri wa priiitml the Inrjrrst Imo't iYtT It - i I .... ..! fl Imira VftlliniA fit nnl ,lll(l, , - thnusswl pir.;. in timill lyw. thn aiitlioj tplt I rtrvl. 11 w i.thiiiiii-iii.ii j ii- tic of .lot i. WIimi it look a year forth ni.y from l-.n it la to Irvlirt, the son o author ul Mi in comiiifinnrjr st.-irii In.litt, leaving his futlipr writ on hi IhmiIc, ami was K" r.nr, ami when ha enme bark to tlun.l still roiintl In fiithiT wninn . t at... t In l.l.i wi.n.lnr at. it irt lfnu,' there i no eml L inti-rpst of the Hook of Jolt. 1 nm not f.ri..l that (iiKth. the unls'liovrr, tx.k. in tin m lirful lunik tlm twniiii of In mi l "raii't. ana inn ;H'iiiiniiiin'iri oi (fn-nt (orinnn whs only tlin r-at:iti or ...

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. — 22 November 1888

Best Made Clothing Philad'a In P I 1 i. A. G. YATES & GO. 6th 1 MM, ! Klxi'-.Ii ISCILDINO. H V SV3 P H KEYS' v j ;l eumiheeys' eocs. '.'iU09 Cloth & Cold Binding, i :'t-'S.-' N aiu mi. . r. . wi imp, i t. In Lie :i er.r. rnitti-l l'recrlitoiiw nf nn ..tit i .-i iu.:. simple, Pnfe and fare. imu. riuvr. vrr ri., rtiil"ii. Inflammation. ,'i- nrnia, W..rm Kever. w..rtn ! . .'2. I run.' ( nlicor Teething of Infant. Illii rrtirn of i Uldrvn or A. lull ... ih iirrr, "r!'K. riil"ini i I holrra Vlorbne, V .riltllui i ill. .. li. I 't ill. br-ouehltlll !" urn, "r'l'iK. ' i!l'u t inc. ,'4 Ncin tlirl.. T.-.thaene. Kais-aehe, ' ! l-i hi hen, k lit-.-ul.K'hr i-rllo til lvcytM, lllli-.tl hloiiin' n i --'i uprcancil nr Painful Period. : '.' W hilcn, ! IT""1 I rnl .... . ..' ' riini. louifh, iifti-ult t-renth'.n- .. ' I "-nil H fcri. KmhIi-r rui.(..iu 1 -M l( he nnintlsni. Rheumatic I'alna ., Ili I rtrr aivl Aiiue, lillln. Malaria... I J Plica. I llnd i r lil.x-llli I.Jo ft I -1 Othlbnlniv, ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 November 1888

S l' lv M1DDLECUHGII, SNYDER CO., PA., NOVEMBER 29, 1888 NO. 48. I yN" country. il Chesnutt's New Winter, p3. very menu nun always take f cent. n of business in not always a mm man. b waits for dead men's shoes ave to go barefoot. kesty in best policy, but policy jways bent honesty. Icr to begin tho world without to than end it without A dollar. I. Simonton of Mifllinburg iH best of her brother, Dr. Barber. Gabriel Heaver in still lim ing on a bed of sickness with hopes of recovery. Middleburgh hunting party bed hist Friday with a three- buck, which wan shot by Francis. is Minium has purchased the nniyer property on thu French on the west side of tho street H,. ruiuent will pull a wise man to the level of a fool, but it raises a fool up to the plane of k man. night Swineford died this j-sday) morning, aged years, knths. and 18 days. Funeral Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, i lew schedule went into effect be, S. A; L. Railroad Monday Bug and light changes were on the running of trains w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 November 1888

8100,0001. Ton A' t.ACEItATEn iii:art. Wealthy Widower Snd by Hand omo Widow. . The cae of Mrs. I.tla!Iili'rd against Mr. Ilenry C. Fry, for hresch of promise of m ir fisge, on trial at Beaver, Pa, I 0110 of tho most Interesting suit of the kind ever known. Tho p'alnti.T 1 tlio widow of tho Into Dr. Hihbird, of Yotingstown, Ohio. Sho ba twochililren a son nil I clmixlitcr. Mr. Fry Is the Pnwidcit of tlio Ibichestcr Tutn' ler Work, a wealthy widower, who linn five children. Hi ago is forty-c IghL Mr. Uiblnl is a few yenr younger. I!-r testimony n.l tint of her daughter wm tliat Mr. Fry, who lived near, frequently called Uon her, (Mr JIil bird) tol l her a pitiful story of hi lonll tie. ibslnred hi love mi l asked her to tn ir ry. That hi frtqticntly nrcimpviied her to ml front Pittsburg on tlio tmbi, ami that they went to the city Nov. 2, lc-7. Int -tiding to b-mirri, d on :hnt lny, hut Mr. Fry de ferred tho matter nnd the marriage wa never Ciiiniiiiiiiite I. A satisfaction for htr i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 November 1888

t I 1 I J A.r.1 LI TTtA '".WINGS. i i urn mln In the sanity ban: i .--.-- pi - r,, utile flower in field of flowers L little ur In a heaven of star: r . , i jOiHt little nmir in a year 01 nirari- ht if it makes or what If it marar Lt the bar la built of the little frralns; LAnd the little flower make the meadow taf! Jnd the little tr light the heavenly plains I And the little bourt or earn little nay live to ua all that life contain. PITH AND POINT. A violin A low tavorn. 1 A private affair A musket. A notable feature The uoso. A coM water party Tho trog. A suitable placo for dudes The knilora. f Many an arm of tea encircle n waste rf laud. Greatest smokers in town Factory tliltnneys. A dinner fit .litreon wllOiO. for a bookkeeper A i It ln't every composer who lina a Humid to his name. Tlio old shoe very often finully bo conies nn atlcy-jjaitor. Tim man w!io cot clothes is never afraid of any dyer results. Aeionnuts are generally "well up" in balloons, unless they are nick. The bro...

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. — 29 November 1888

Bn girtfolflmrs!! osl Published every Thursday. ti BARTER Editur and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: line I'nltimn. tin rit . One hull Culiimn I ni your M il linr lourtli I'nlumn, lln. H t 7i.o friiin-lotnl t'arila, per yr H O Auilllnra, haix'titof. Ailiiiiiiinrnlur, ami AtifHr NIit J.M1 M'h.B no npfiMfl arratiKftnrnU r mail, all il(Ttioinrnu. ttioriixl ..r tlum 4 tniiith, a rhurur l as -r Inc h lor tlr-t lnrrtlnn f I mi ir Hi ri'cuiKl iiipitIi.'Ii mill 7 ci'tiln lor trarh uh'iiiritt lii'vrtliin. Thursday, Nov. 2!, 18SS. Tlie word liioiinpnlv in taken from the (lieek mnl HijMiif'wH sole ir indi vidual Hcllttif; or trading, mnl 1ms iV'enerall.V lieen Used to cxprcHK a limitation to otic or more persons of tlie riirlit or jiower to rondtict Ixisi nesH. Monopoly in of very ancient it . origin, aim mis exixteii m Home hluifM or form under every known (lovprnment of tho world's history. We have only to look lim k to Jost ph in Kpvpt to iret an insight of n m...

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. — 29 November 1888

U at H; paper. JpATK TO IS PAll. L ... . ...lnt .Vieessarv CTCS J SUBSCSIBSSS. lugtires on p' h ngurcs icn ui icli vol n "f BSC RIP- Y&ltllltl WCCKS nnei ErfofFum Hatfca Barick. t i . i. t...: i..- rv... A TrncluTH tutega-tei.d mi ch l't imch ,W tsrick ea-iliogft on1f L , 1)ova ols jrrovft in V- t wK LaMa lon un tteino oni evera ni ga-spouts una doiieli j,u""ir ht lllOCllll. V t'lSl " " M " inirr uU unsrr km vrl i" :l trole warsht, liarit-gii-kAilila i I. I 4 ..,w.l I llT P .V 1 e gii-tiipgii li'.n, we more miO .. c-a-.h-uniined lien v.nl niVro ii lu ll, "i ili ino ! nitre funlich worn wo more House g1"- . i i . l ... mil tiofftittm uLirir iiriiLP n h ii hoiul un an sink warn in delt lia un nwfoiiirn cck-bollii H'tchi T hol uln gii-iniuii'd tn Koodcr I holla speller waro tier neit mon ba lhcsideut fun da tinted Us. AVom wori'H ol mi longer fer tier IJooiinstcil won tier l'ol- i.l 1 1 1. r:l hl'luier tier ess mil i ni " tie gu Inocht hut. fer sell wor n 1 1 on li' l'olly lift kum...

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. — 29 November 1888

i so THE MlDDLKIiURQII POST. T. C HARTER, Editc awd Tbo'iu Mthtn.EliriUUl, PA., Xor. SJi, Iakota In the biggest boy In I'ncle Fnmuel's family, and has for several rears wanted to ret up for himso'f. I'a kota's population ia 040,000, and but increased U200 during tlio year. Every State in which fertilizers aro s,old taxes the business ostensibly for the protec tion of tlio farmers. It is a Hint ter, declares the New York Timm, to which f aimers should give- their careful attention. The proportionate culturo of grass may bo taken ns a measure of the prosperity of agriculture, asserts tho New York Tin . tirass conserves the fertility of the anil, while the growth of grain crops expends it. I'rincc Ilistnnrck recently give a fete to his servant and tenants at Pricdric lis rnlic to ( o'l br.ite the despatch to I'.erly of !i K) t telegraph-poles cut in his forest. Bismarck has supplied (lermany with loii.o.iii telegraph-poles during tho last te'i years. The value of the ferti'iers used by...

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. — 29 November 1888

ARDS FOR ALL. togOJf Or ilini inuoi Ta1mae Speak Word of mraaament for All Mftu- ,. her or vntiauana, l'.fo on tit 0iMflt Mtnts, fa Lro, nnl K another one; to rery rdmg to hit stctrtu auuuy. . It w tha parnblM of Jeans Christ wera bio in tl times In which 11 lired f am now. because rin umRtann iioh cluing.. In olden time, whan ntd to wreak a KriulgB Uion hia I niter ins flrmir nun in t orrr the fleiil and wna xotiii(l it, Mi ciiRer would no acrons the I wito a sura iuii in vub wra vi Tn, ncitternift thnt seed all le d. and of court it would sprout iiiltln whole crops anil il wnstotlmt Nt referred in the parabla when lie the tare" ueinn town among mw thin laud cur farm are fenced tim wo. von have been ilriveu to the ml we cannot mnjr umior nieanltiK of tha rable In lo the iheplieril ana me ions thx ni mile from which 1 speak (founded on something we all under- i ( limit on nmnev. mi l that mean fin Jerusalem a in New York. It t Mime to the aerr aa to the izar. Cluneal poolle aa 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. — 29 November 1888

Boot Made Clothing Philad'a FOR A. C. YATES & CO, 4.1. ITS HI "lestnil, ILMXO. HUMPHREYS' Cloth & Cold Binding, lit 'aa, llk WmI lafrertat, HAIUtD mi. r. o. iui iai, .t. In ua ;o maw. - i ruMcd Prratrtpta-m of an aw r.l l hjl M. a.n,ae, Hafe and Harr. .. itiu rain:. ' Frtrrni Cnnaiwllon, Inflammation. .'4 orni-t Worm rnrr, worm 1 oil" . I r inv l ollr.or T.Ui)iiir Infant If Inn-lien or 1 ninirrn ir auuiui llvatnierr, ilMplng. Hllli.ua Colic'.. Cholera tlorbae, VomiUin I'uulH. Cold, Itrnnchtll Vt-iir-ilila, Titbaclic, r'aweche.. . 3 I'yaiiepela.'uilliiua stomach Mi iirpNfi or r.iaiai rrrioaai I hflee, tM Prufua I'urluila I roup, loun, inmmii rirrniiiiiiw. . . Rbrim. Krralpela. KninU.in It benmakllaiai, llhcumatlc l'alna .. lJ Prtrr ami A-e, Chllla, Malaria... 71 Plica, blind or lilenllntt ... ......... Hjininnlmv, "r i-nrf, or vii'sw ryn OMEOPATHIC TrrhTutut' or i-Urohle, lullm-iiua Vtinnpliiu nab. Vlol. nl cough 4 mi h mu . Mituinswusl llreathtnir Kar IMm bnriri, Impaired ll...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 December 1888

J 'i' r i MIDDLEBURGH, SN YDER CO., PA., DECEMBER 0, 18S8 NO. 45). 25. ii no COUNTRY. Inutt'H Now Winter, p3. Beachler, deputy post- iddleburgh made a trip lnni week. iddie and Josie Mills of lited their many Middle ils last week. Kra Mcnsch anil Anna nion county were tbe Orwig during tbe past lis McOee sister of Mrs. V died of consumption at lat week : Joel Grohs, one of tbe Post's obi stand-bys brings ub a new subscriber nearly every week. Would tbat tbe world bad more such kind hearted, honest old gcutlemen. Some fellows whose appetite for whiskey overawed their fear of tbe law, broke into tbe salesroom of tbe Shade Mountain Distillery ou Sun day night and stole five one-gallon and one two-gallon jugs of whiskey Matrimonial Markst. The follow- i i ing marriage licenses nave ueeu granted by the clerk of tbe Orphans' Court of Snyder county during the t ar Lewisburg on Mon- uu ventures an opinion I some one who opposes 1 J. C. Mechtly, Hunimels Wharf. ) Annie H riser, Jackson twp. J...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 December 1888

If Hi ! i ! i i TIIE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. HI-X'OXl) AND I'IN.Vti SESSION 1J1-J. (JIN. Mr. Cleveland nml Her Mother Snt in llu- House Cjlallor). Tho F.ftii'th pipftrrss nisoniM.'.l for its sis- mid nnd final s-'ssion nt ii'Hin Monday, Ijoiik iM'fupt? tlmt liimr tin' senate p It. lies h'-pni to All nml Ly 1 1 ;:i I o'clo. k nil 'mt 1 IumI ipr mat io and rxi cutivo KtilK'noi were crowded. The fxipiitlvo k tilery w empty. On tlic fl sir pnrs were distrilmtiiin tl nvcrs. 'llio largest decorated tlio desk of tin presiding oMieor. Mr. rUewnrt, of Neva In, was tin? Ilrst inoni lor of tl.e n utate to mnk. nn npp tranct 01 the (I i r. I to m u miii j ilno I ly ,Ir. Clurid lor, Mr. It ovlfv mi 1 Mr. p.ilplt. A few min utes IntiT Mr. Sp oner, Air. AMrloli, Mr. Mniiil -rsoit mil Mr. FYyo mil Mr. .Morrll cini'i o.it of the clii ik room 11:1 I j lin-d their coll n-jies on tli It Kir. At tin mcim time Mr. 1 lurris, of To ui.'is v, n i I Mr. Jones, of At kimsin, niiiir I on tin Item ht ric sid) of tli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 December 1888

ccmousrACTSw , principle of percussion wm pt hy the !. MiTFortjifce in 1B07. L... m? whec -iock came inw Ud ftbout 1803 thU wm superseded L flint-loik. nrr V., of England, It snld to have of ft "painful a Miction premature This Is courtly term of getting word diocese was lit first applied, t time as civil division iu Home, iK-d to Constantino. A. I)., 820; but ,o gives an earlier date to such tan division. fl Lindlor. of Itridgoport, Con., lho reputation of being the oldest (ling man in length of time spent the road." He is seventy-six years and starto 1 out years ago witn ft kn wa;on selling to doalcts. hen tho Involution came on. tno kriran iron men mm muu ten to make cannon and shells for lata, also hit? shallow pnns wt.l. hto evaporate sen water and snp- r"' . .' ! ... -... salt when tno loicijru nrmiu wu vu. Lk A. Pn dcr.of Nvcriyvuie, renn.. a silver watch that has hern in tio more than 110 years and still keeps client time. Mr. Snider's grand icr took it from the body of a 1 ...

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

Sfrt Ulilfbursl $hwtJ Published every Thursday. T- H. HAKTEB Editor anfl Fiovnetcr. Subscription $1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: On Column, lint Ynr 40.0 On lull Column Mil year ........ f 6 u One fourth fnliiinn. One Ye r ?.ii rrolf "loml Cerilf, per jrer .6 0 Aallturv KFrntir. ArimiiiliMrntor, aiM Alane Notice. ..(IO When H'i wil irrh,rlni'nt lire inii.lr, all ilrertiM'meuta, Inncrteil lot le tluin 4 nimiili, we ehnrgr tl if& per Inch lor flrt Inrrttlnn i.uu er the rcond liintrliuii and 76 cvnte lof each utfeUfiit lurertlon. Thursday, Doc. (1, 1888. TnoxEiAiLLE. Irvin Fiilunmii.wlio has been liviugin the State of Indiana for tbe lust 23 yearn, is bere visiting tbe boine of his clitltlhotxl. Hubert, a brotber of Irviu, who lives in tbe same stute, is ulso bere visiting friend. Moses Krb was seen on our streets on Sutimluy, looking none tbe bet ter from a long spell of sickness. Miss Ida Hinginan is alno improving. J. K. Fetterolf, greatly improved the usefulness of bis le...

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. — 6 December 1888

Brief run Hausa larlck. ff 1m am llIVBR JVEBnAL J1ABBER. e in dime lava aw uram wo u ia un bletcba don ea in dara weiu nlfit man de retclia blotoha wara oil weipsleit, ovver , mioli dor toga, e but uhui so monsleit on weipsleit in solera Ti ironVed mere aw dos Ln tie mennta retclia het in da ( stcttle. E is so foil fun ena Hiiusa Bariok oa vhotla liund. dii grossa Met keniia flel leit era tta nm hWa net, weil do, wistta may fun era nuchbora don we i Hk'h advert. Luhs an leke rous niiiin n se pate mit am wind, lop nix" de countersign funera o Fwl loit sell wet za weil ne nil uiint tail do hen. An mon in bus hut net de tseit fer stories ra fun sina nuchbora, ovver so 1 1 wo im pons yolir nix doona dos steel druuna hava un store-boxa itzela wiswa ollas fun da weipsleit, 'fl.li.h un irahired. An nieesich I.... in mil Divel si shoff-bonk. De o so prose bloosa hen aw shier oil gmiclia-yuokel in eram house, un n . in hh chta socha uff era stain i-shrivvii waro don dute se sich K inmainihel...

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. — 6 December 1888

THE MIDDLEUURGII POST, T. O. IIARTER, Edito and Tno'. UIIHH.hHflUI. VI.. lihC. is. pvms. A new system of lighting called tli JjUfirn" will bo lined at tho Van otte shipyard. It is mado by crude; i drolium nnd nir umpe.l ly a small limine, tho flame b dug three feet high. Cu tun A. ('. 1'. lI(iini;P, n br th- v of tho author of ".She," is nlxvit 1 1 appear ns a novelist also, lio is a Brit iHli ofli 'pr. tdn'i 'tied nt Meernt, and has already published diui.'s of military expedition. CMAtUTri: nmoking linn In come a fail among the aristocratic fair of Haiti inorp. Nut only j;irls liit married winnon of high hop! tl st imling in th pity nro inv. derate mnoUcrs, uti1 a few of lli 'in nip ho wedded to tin1 habit tli.i (liny nrp unable t break olT, fear ing disastrous results from a sudd' n removal of tho htiinu'atiiig c!Teet.s of tlir tobacco. (Ikiivw has undo experiments t t sp.-i t .liu flip am t lit of hsa tha' c ml 'li ii r. o s wli mi expo o I lo llic wenth !. it xv ill ) -rlrips, ...

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