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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 December 1888

iSPEEFRAGRANCE. U MTnnil, ALOES AND CASH! A. ig Tmctici a liOnwon from tlio Jlobca orcnriau L "yllf rt gnrmtnlt mH ot myrr I., and tomtit, out of tht ivory ;wU t-l!tiw xlv., . Una tlio grnnA sdnrnrwint of the cut fi the l imn bf ?otr Duma, wit . k. i..t i..,ln w. anu 'hi'iiiiihh j.... p, with the truiiipt'tiiiK "nrl ruins in linttlpmiMiW or imriPriou-. in wilh riMuM ceiling aim hmim lint tlipra trim notlitni in nil thnl nts. na'whifh mom vividly npiM to mj iviiuiiiicsn nm v...j l.i. h..l Iwwm einliroiilensl with trolil Len worn ly rmprs nrclilMshni; nt orrssmns. mere wm n . n worn lv I ms im-ru'"s. ,-,t 'niniioii. Thorn wns il vest. Unit liml lxMn worn at thu Imp! ism t'l cm II. As " Ri'i" fp.'ii " niWMH nd lirintuni "in mew nU of ftihiiliius rwt. nn.t lift.! . .. f .1... i,u,..inK it m. Ill. Hit irnKinn o'" ,"'- ' k in whic h tltey iml Infix inrsrrvwl, I hi- til'ii with sw.fiiieps ii:nt wns ni- ' .. .. . 1. !... .It.....,,,!.., pltrMIVP. .IHIItim lllill. Ml.'. - i. more vi vlcll v ...

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. — 6 December 1888

A. C. YATES & CO,, 61 & Chestnut, LEDOKU UUILDING. Best Made Clothing s Philad'a for IN YOUTH & CHILDREN. A. C. YATES & CO. 6th & Chestnut LKIXIKH BUILDING. K rJ Tik P H R E Y S ' O - M Cloth & Cold Binding;. lit raaaa, Uk Blast la."" 'Mi 3 L '..nv. biilxb mi. In u ..) cure. : rusted rresrlptsrna of an 'nent 1 l.j.1 Ian. rslroadc, Safe and Ha re. I'evet s, CotiK'siUon, Inft smmatlnns. Wiihk, Worm fever, Wnnii Couc . ( rt iu. I olio, or Teetiilngnf Infants film l .test ir i lilldren or Adult I . i. ler v, Urlplng, Mlloua Colic. hoi", a norbu. VotulUnf I ouaa.rold. ilroncriltls . . Neni .ilgla, T.x.ibivbe, Faceache.. . . !li aiiiithca, Mek Headache. VrrtlgA flyeprpala, Hilloiia Hiornaen iMiuri'wfd or I'aluful Prrloda hi lea, Iiki I'rofuae ferlisla :J i 4 roup, t'ouiih, IMfllcull Ureal h Ins; , Benin. KrrilmtuuL Ebullitions . Ulieamatisin, lincumauc rains... U Fever and Aaai-. Chills, ttalarla... . l rilfM, ImiiJ .r lileeillng , 'T J-rr, or Wrvik Fyr OIYSEOPATHI...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1888

c5 ' : MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., DECEMBER 13, 1888 1 T SO. 50. (N" COUNTRY. mas festivals will be plenty eburgh this year. Ll grain shoo from $1.25 to German's Shoe Store. Gurman's Shoe Store, Mid- i. r of hunters hailing from Lval shot six deer in the SeT- VtftinB, opposite the Tunnels iave several thousand old tors and good condition at kting office which we will sell Its per dor.en. Ucl Schoch killed his big week. It weighed (304 Hon. O. Alfred Schoch that will even out-weigh Stotler, proprietor of the kmrirh tiluninir mills had the Yt fingers of his left hand cut e circle-saw on Monday fore- niiv the highest cash price Ves from 41 to 5 weeks old. Jamks Estehline, Middleburgh, Pa. ps Bilger, has opened a livery change stable on the Specht y opposite Fryman's saddler liddleburgh, whore will be rst-ehiHS accommodations for keling public. aose Musscr of Omaha, Neb., kiting N. P. Hare this week bjVtJiiy, Mrs. Hare and luir rMiliss accompanied him on o relatives at Reading. story ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1888

TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER- TVOtLD-DH LYNCHERS SMOI DOW Jf. A Mob Which Bought to Take Von geanrcon a Mnrdoror l Driven Back With Much llloosj-. hod. At Birmingham, Ala., th mrxt Intonts x eitement prevails over tho attempt of a fnob to lynch Dick II mew, v ho it in j til Charged with killing his littlo dnughtor May and bis wife. Tlio body of the woman mi found in a mutilated condition nt n on Sits tirday, and 1 1 twos was arras tnl In tho after noon and lislge I in Jail. A crowd which hud been collecting for several hour a Ivniwcd on tlio county jail at midnight with tho Intention of lynching Hawe. Many of tlio Is-st oltijiMia tried to reason with tho crowd nu I provent trouble, and some lost theirlives in the attempt. When the crowd wn within n few f0 t of tlio Jiil door, and hnl failed to his.-it n un mis warn Ing fmm the Sheriff, tn i (11 Mr Insiibi of tho huildirg opened li,-p, Instantly killing three of the iinh, fatally Wounding novo I and more or less n'noiisly wounding nli mt thirt...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1888

"I '! 'i M ii'. V, PR, TALMAGE. L K DKI'AIITED STIMj LIVING." To I m TdU I he Story of Joscp h ami Jacob and Draw a rarallol. r,f. nii vhtt ht sate th iragon .... "r " enrrjr rim, inn Znl of .'.icon fiefr fofW retired. And C,,w 'iir 'lUienonyh: Joph, my son, t,r .. . ' uenet J'lh U-vptian rapl It,. 1.1 we nth. In i ((, ' UOUCSIS IT., -0, ital wti the foen of th nli iiM ami barge there m, I n'li I Tough! to I irom inma iraiiKiu cinnamon, and Ivory, and diamonds; - . . ... ..I.I,. a.,,1 Ifim I ,ui th .sorm, inni - rrm. urp'e and silk: from Uiwomo( he t'U''t dorses Ol llio wurm, nni wimiw iliniit chariot: anil Irom all the arth that which could bunt please tha eye, m l i i nrni me 'i ' A.r. . p. temples aflame with rail sand i,,r i -ntontl bv gateway that were guarded Jvi.ill.r lwil lering with hieroglyph!.!. hvi wound w 1th brazen serpents.and adorned J ith in I creature ih.iryes, ami Isssks, nl i i mon glittering with precious stone. I, ere were marble columns blooming Into I'.'"" r ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1888

l'lililinlu'd every Thursday. T H. HAHTERi Editor and Pi opnetor, Subscript ion 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: On ('ctlmtin. On Year One hull Column On year i.o Onn lour Ih Cnhiinn, oim Ye f., tf'M r fi"Fl(iiiil fanl. pet yrur ft l) AuilltiiM. Kicrutor. AiliuinlKtrHi'ir, ami Awltntt Nollrra Ij.60 When ni ifril rruriKf im ntf Hri- inmlu, all eilverllfiMni-tit. lni-rtM luf rm thnn 4 month, we chum II 'ib prr Inrli lor flr-l liinrrtlmi fi.mi it lha prrnml lnirti..ti eii.1 "t crnta lur mrii niniT(urnt liiTtiiin. Thursday, Dec. 13, 1888. Senator Itiiills denies tlmt he eir n1.it fl lu.iliciniiHstoi ii'Hiilimit l'rewi tent CleveLml, mid lifter thisdi-nial from a limn who win never known to deviate from 1 lie utrict line of truth all further controversy is ridiculous. The blame of circulat ing these stor ies belongs to those Deinoernts who circulated it scurrilous paniplit at the St, Lions Democratic convention, and to the New York Timrn, which revived the whole matter for the pm pos...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1888

1T0TCS TO LUSCHIBEr.3. r ook at fiugure the label of .rtmper. Those llgures tell you " atk to which voi'B si nscntp K w within n k. hftor Uevl s cent, see If date I chanted. h other riTi-ii.i . Brief Twn Hausa Barick. T ivr KKRNAI. IIARPF.B. n flits mit nnsera boova !" hut mieh ol.lrr friend galrogt .tier miner "So warra olla yohr Hleclitcr, won nueh a wilo ho fart mocht Itpollna t"" dcivpl." "Now liol.l Lie" hov ich gasogt. "DcnkHt tlo ucM in sleclitcr un unser boova Li iibpniiicli 1oh Be wora we tupro Lg wora T Weist ilo net we tlos et ra tsrick. W on an am on iftl wore, an shire uff tan tllii, oiler an fentluo im lonl T tio cutlet nuff gagooketl wara tmim 1 - 1 V 1..w In ....1..1 in wo ie ih'njii million k"""i er tie shensht hond shriva kenna, rr tsnm mon wo tier greasht lmlly e un hut ch mcnslit tlroni tlrinkn n I l r .l.i Inlia. lllia wile won nn Kan itrm .r wart Imdrunka don dona tie I sich H.iia far erne un tie mate wo oler farslomlt hen gown ena tier , r : a 1 . - 1. .... . ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1888

THE M1DDLEBURGII TOST. T. H. HAKTER, Edito aud Tbo'ii. MWhLEHVHU, PA.. DEC. 11. 1. A gignntic English syndicate U said to Iks gradually gaining control of Ainerl can breweries. In some of the Northwestern State the JmUic schools wero ordered to bo closed oa i-lcction day. 1 Colonel VeniukofT. a Kussian traveler, miniate that a third of Asia, ns well a a thirtieth f art of Europe, still remains to be explored. In conscqucnco of tho generally bad crop ami bail weather in lingland, the f irming population is giving moro at- tention to fruitgrowing than formerly. Sundowns are used in Wyoming Tor ritory for fuel. Tho Malks, when dry, make a hot fire, and the seed-heads witl the Meed in are rail to burn better than hard coal. An acre of sunflowers will furu sh fuol for one store for a year. A certain Herr Iludolph Fall) predicts n profusion of earthquakes for next year. A few ho thinks worth mentioning art arranged for Match It, April 1", May !., August II, September 1', October J4 and No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1888

hlON OF BUSINESS. ErOBTS IT NOT ESs COUBAGINO. U U VntT With Many Fall .1 ihi Money Hmmh )ty and Foreign Trada Keep Up. nf the condition of tiusln are nn II thin wok, and not entirely n With wmroely an exception thy (Mant fooling a to thf) future, bill Mtlon of miny cmw In different oluooi Homo larkming for th Th cotton crop wai lata ,en consular ilily Injured, and rnrrylnir unusually large aoa Hints, lo n t Improve. Much ntieasin rtrtlot.s of the South, and colleo ot loe pir, while the numbor of ntne South-rn districts is large t-ports 50 per cent more than In m and mil l weatbor In the North. uiu-nsine In soma train, pa" i rlollilna end boota and shore al (ty an I Milwaukee, and lack ol r logging I" Wisconsin. Export nfTx are still prevented, and the luetioii of Iron cause hasitatlon. lume of ImiinrM is Inrgo, with i hy no mcani heavy, r mirlntrnowliorlisrur Ixvl, i d-tnand l large an I rates at In jiftrm. In nearly all quirtor thl niplo for legitimate bualnoas, but cent. I al l a...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1888

A. C. YATES & CO., 61 & Chestnut, LEDUKK BUILDING. Best Made Clothing ' Philad'a Fl MEN YOUTH & CHILDREN. A. C. YATES & CO. 6th & Chestnut, LKDUKK MILMNO. HUMPHREYS' yLinninntZYS'BOOE. Cloth & Cold Binding, Ml raeM, Uft MmI aft tutus nu. mw, r. o. twi iie, n. . ... . iv.ut.ai pmcrtntJon. of an rt.lr.ont I'byeuuui. simple, " i i him. mil. I, i Ff trn. Conirwitl'.n, Inflammation.. .4 M Vormn, Worm lew. Worm CoIIk . . . 1 . -r"-J -ii. T,iblnnf Infanta .'1 I 'M f l i r rT. r of I hlldren , or Adulla. ... . .$3 ! hyaroterr. OrtpUiB, Whoui i Colle.. .11 J 7 '.I l ltlrm ntrMi : I ou.a, cold. Hronehltle.. 4i ! M Vpa'alaln. Toothache. Faceehe 93 I 1 1 nereaerel or Palnfal Perlede ,i i il U bliee. to lTofiwa Partoda i I 3' roa a, Ooiujh. Difficult llmeihlna... .'1 tVheauiatleen, Rheumatic Halne... .43 V e v e r an" A nr. rhllla. Malaria... .35 Pile. Wind or lilowllrm ... .......... ,0Q OpalhalitiT, orHorr, orWaakFyx .80 OMEOPATHIC 'uuTIrIrTmleTuimrnTU si f L." U huovin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 January 1889

to) A"cICJ 4' - M. i , . I MX V . 1 ii I 26. M1DDLEBURGII, .SI) YD Hit CO., TA JANUARY JO, 1889. m. 2. N COUNTRY. Jin A. Mat i o t Hick raer. lire plowing corn- uctlori of the State debt a past year was tl, 118,550. Carrie Wittomnyor and nek returned lo Factory- onday. icted meeting is In prog- je Evangelical church, Mid- Ivid Ruhl of Rockford, 1U, Jiting her father, Michael I other relative. '.caver, ofSelinsgrove, who p-rostrated by an attack of a at his father'), Oabrael this place, is convalessing. . Rhoads of Capuan Ryan Siddleburgh, huH been de iHtiill the officers of Capt. avis Post. Tribune. lit ruling planet of 1888 .. Ml a.v to duupiier.-wuicn wiu .J diadem as ruler in the -t.irs, during 1869. IJ-jbb, the "jolly black nking tho anvil ring at I Liming out such tine his hand iH accustomed - 3 " 'Irt of a , J .' iroui Mrs. er, eutittad "'A Win It will be caf rlud- "waibdliell i .uenciug Mon 1. -ith Prof Paul 'i.luetor. Full p.irti- ;' S.'linngrove, whoso ,i i'teil tut wuok, w...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 January 1889

THE MIPDLKTJUKGII TOST. T. H. IIAllTER, Kmiou and pjto'n. Milii.f:t:n;;, ... .i.v. io. ihmi. ' I?o BMinrrr, who was appointed pago iii the United Stales Senate, iion the motion of Daniel Wol'Strr, f'.fty-apsen years ago, is ht'll connected with that b nlv, noting ns r.ssiatiitit door-Loepcr. He is w riling his romi niMronoe of p tiblio ine'i. A number of icii:Vers of the J resclit Coign wero once ni's, Senator (Sorimin being among t)i 'in. 'I I i' 10 aro no belter soh ols in the country fir sharpening the wits of n bright boy than tin two Louse of Congress, i xecpling n'wa-jii-r oflircs, wIhto hoys aro likely b rec eive a Lottt r Miml training. Ors. II h-tii, head of the Salvation Army, hi in I pen il'-vct'iiu' liiuiHt'lf to tl.ts effort of popularii'itf thn methods f his full .wvrs i i Califm'tiit. llo has Tul mi t villi grout hucc m. Tim hood lums cf ;-ati Fran i'oo li.ivo proved t'Mi .i;! Mils f T t'lo S:tl vat totiistn. I'.'X't ll lill . li:l 1 to Ii.iV Lil!l-clf at tlio I head ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 January 1889

id t Ii it ( 1U' il ir the I it 1 lilt otf1 rriETii CONGRESS. , mcr that. qanu of Senators " . hn ihecheptaln delivc I ht n nflor t' e holldsT W W Anion; r,r(iloin awl momflriniwnt! and re IT " rt lh, following. By Mr. Kdmnn.is. Trsnrh of the Woman' Keilef lloaid i?' ('ilTi remonstrntintr "f ait.st any w. -fYongrvss I'H'kiiur to tli admission "" ., wm not much dinger J;lT, ,rhnc.l mt this ."...on Pv Mr. u !r tnprohii.lt d r-rolilsmiieiit 0,1 ae. ' l sex V7 Mr. Wi'Tmnn. lr.m the. J'lV aril of Trade, for the susiision of ' rrhiio of silver bullion mul of ilia . of silver d .llnre, JtV Mr. IIlo. tu ""'( including In tho next census, stntiss . .. vivii'f; rfilticijr tie laie war. Mr. jl, i,,trlin.l " "solution, which win lientrd. a-km t'"' ,n'".i 'W ""ml.t 10 1 n iinf ptTe'l""1!! thilt may hnve. ""'hTJ ai'th Great Uritnln coicsm ning ilie flsheilrs In r """ Itohrliigs Bunts, 1 VnitP.1 (States or other o- untry, and rwiulntioii governl" iht fisheries lp.-n adopt. l by tliiN Uovernfiient....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 January 1889

-T f7VYVwT T L. Tl-t therein often an additional room HE iTUUUUUUrfly 4JflStVadded as tbe family increase-. Each room having an outside door and a Published every Thursday. jnrKJ veranda. Mason "tone rliim- T-11. MITER. Hilar Ml Pi oprtctor. 'gtlti: hhihI instead of stoves anil furnaces. Subscription .1.50 per )'ertlVTj10 nmjority ,v no carpet on their floor, some have rugs and stain- RATES OF ADVERTISING : led floor, and we were told by oome one rnimnn on. Ynr '' of the few who liavc carpet tbat (inn hull t'uluniii lln yaar I in Imir'h t'nlilmti, llnaYa.r rrotrn-ii.ml t'ar.t.. i.ar jrrar Aullti. Kirrnt'ir. Adnilnir-tratur, ami .'.in V when onee put down it in never tak ' en up again until it is worn-out. They have no kitchen but a "cook Aalna Kntlr.. W lien n ' it.rfial airai.K.inani ar ina.ia, m. j . ..i..n,..,n...i. m.-ni i.ir iMiimii 4 muniii". room. This jh generally a Hinnll w rhiraa II Vi par Inrli lur Bft In.ailli.n. fl.u" ir llm ffcinl lin..rt..n an.l T rauta l.ir rcli Plir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 January 1889

kitor III!) ll. U1 lit II 04 fDt 11.1 U lllw lorHS, as SUBSCRIBERS. Lo-jk nt the flimuremm the) lahel of oaV pnpt-r. Those ll(iirw tell you rikSc iatk to which rovn puiiscrjp- vviiMii it ! i.fter No other receiitt i nccrHarv. Tit XT"? j,n?"nnnM?TT.T,.T ,, 'Muffi, nrn in. f runoff of th hf Ihiit tint U and of thill iv.'iic.i i.ifocomf. 1. 1 imoth .,B. J A hppy Now Yr to one mid nil ! I Thero in (I slcniny mi l lmssivk) wny t ittnn for the events ot tho opening yc to corn upon ns, nii'l there l n hemic wi of Roing nit lo meet them, strong in l.ol si. fMrinx i.nthiinr. hen rim hisly of t'ntilit wn found on tlm Imttlo Hold It wns found ft in advance of nil lint trooi and mining tt memjr; and tli I rt way i not for n to II iriown ami let the events of hfo trsmpln ori dm. Initio co forlli in a t brmtinn sinrit lit KCTCS TO is f ; .,...1 YJ Ya i Tho pnm wore nin.ln out, and sonic J irou nnve just entered mm iitisineM partner f-hirw, and others uf yon tnke higher position! ha tlm commercial...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 January 1889

COMMERCIAL tun condition or nraiNi:si Dun I'iniln Iloom lor Ilnpn Drupite Weather anil Hate Wars. ll, 0. I'iiii & C.'s weekly review of trnda ays: Tli- new ymr opens with no iiiiiortiiit chango in bmimss eels A hop.ful fc'Iriijj everywhere prevails, mi I at thess::i timo tho imtur and i xtc-it of retarding In flnenots mo more dourly reoogniifd. Promi nent among Miiwt n I ho lit vnmble weather, which pievcnls the muni distribu tion of iitnny r ducts; tho tlisitlon of fnriiiom to hold buck rwliif tn, m dilative r'oi l(i having rro it -d II hoioof inuoli high T ripcc, ainl tlm wid.-ipr, it I disturbmoo of tra lo by rnilri ml wnrs mi l discriminations. The unusually osn winter, bo, nri'se s It riimVult to get pro Iiio'k to nmrki't tin I is ' Iveinlly disturliing to the i mat ii:ii'T trado of tho Northwest. Itaili-o.d n.;iv. iincds do not top thn discrimination of which iii"r chant in inot of the Western lownsnro pom filninlng, wliilx tlin hois of h'x'I;IioIi1hi were chilled by new o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 January 1889

S a 2a with! onntj. it 4 "i .V.' .'.0 .VI I 75 ; 1 mi I .VI -" i 0J w 1 IS 'JI 0W K 1 475 : 40 V AUKEt idliiK ,aZt wit"T soWliT, DOES IT PAY? XALMAGh'H hUNDAY C'-i:. MON. .. teonanraf Ciiiinldorrtl from a Duniticss) standpoint. t Tkxt: "Onrllinrm f pmfinl' tin'ooff Jim i an i minis or fie i "hi' now and of that H-nct is focome." I. Timothy I A happy Now Year to one and nil I I There I n gloomy nnd sissiva way of aitlng for the events of tho opening yenr to come upon ii'. n I there Is a heroic way sf going out to meet them, strong in God end fear inn nothiiiir. W hen the body of t'ntilino Was found oil t tin Imttlo Held it m found for in advance of nil his troops and among the -T-ssaemy; anil the I et way is not for ns to I in rtown ami li t the events of life trample over na, but to go forth in o I bnstinn apirit do- Ltermincd to conquer. Tho nasrs were mnde out, and some of you have Just entered into business partnor diips, ami others of yon take higher position T in the eomnicreii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 January 1889

. It A. C. YATES & CO,, 8!5 & Chestnut, :.i!DUI-:it IH ILDIXd. Best Made Clothing Philad'a FoK m YOUTH & CHILDREN. i C. YATES & GO. 61!! & Chestnut, IjKDGKK 13UILDINO. High -Pressure Living rharitrtarUe-a these modern day. The result In a fearful ltirn-a,v of Ilraln nU Heart DImun General Mo bility, Insomnia, 1'aralyala, adI In sanity. Chloral anil Morphia augment th evil. The medicine bent adapted to do permanent good is Ayer'a Sar aptrillu. It purilifit, eurlches, and t itftllr.cn the blood, and tliu ntrcngthciia every function and faculty of the lioly. " I have used Ayer'a Sarsaparllln, in my family, for ycara. I have found it luvuluuhti! as A Cure fur Nervous Dcliility calmed ley an In. in-live liver and a low ttUlcof the blood." Henry I tii. on, Xcnla, Ohio. "for Houiti time I have been trnubled with heart ilmeuxe. I never found any. thin to help mo until I bewail luting Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. I buve only uaed thin inedn in.. Mix month, but it has re lieved mi...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 February 1889

A . ) M to. Conirniwnonert. , 26. MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER CO., PA., FEBRUARY T, 188!). ' O ft C k - lot.r JO cc i fill 333 fro: it to L i town thin week ore too k-t to mention. Smith of Carbon J.al I'-. L . . t 1 n . V . SellOcn 01 uririin.inr, . anion friends in Middle- Haas of Shiunokin, Fa., of tin place spent the of this week in Middlf- y Orwig lunt week sold t rtv one door wcHt of Sbin- Store to Mr. Barbara pr $2150. !..mi i Musser of Hart It-ton Isitintf her sister, Mrs. T. L entertainment at the U. h, Wednesday evening, 13. Dont fail to see it. Lund Hog naw hi shadow .1 itiHt. Now look out for Lv and ft tumble in mercury cks. ,1 that there will bo no less lve hundred temperance. li Pennsylvania during the months. ritzi-1 of Millhoiin, Centre formerly of this place, in lands with bin Middleburgii Lis week. Lttie Swartz of Troxelville, t nearly two yearn in Elk ., is here visitinglu-r broth- Swart z. L'tlon county ban twenty- tfhees conilucted by wo local option reigns in that pres...

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. — 7 February 1889

1 THE OLD GAME. A niCIt AI.HAMAN IIUNCOED. "Decoyed Into mn Office by an AfTiblr 81 ranger, Who Grab the Boodle aatt Dieappeere. John M. rrV, one of I Ho wealthiest real eatate owner In Allsiny, N. Y., In the victim of bunco font, by which ha lt ooul 110,000 In each. Although tba affair occurred on Fa'.urday but, th fart liar Just leaks I out, despite tbe reticence of (In police sutho.-itns, who have ben scouring tliia am other HtiUs for bunco man. Mr. Pick, while at h a homo, was eillial Upon by a well draw! and gentlemanly tr.mger, apparently a well to do luaineaa assn. Ha aul that ba was a brother of II. a Don. EraMus Corn I or, of tliat city, ami ).al onnsMorahle money, a mrt of lilch ha do aired to Invest In A'nl a na rail estate, there for hp came to Sir. 1'rok. Tlio hitter refuaed at first lo negotiate, but the glibtongtie I etrangrr aould not be put off. AfU f a long i-arley Mr. l ock wan Induced toa.jr that ha rnull (!!, but the figure he named Mt large, marly f 10,1X10, an...

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