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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 May 1889

fOMANSWOKLD. 1T MTKIlATfRK POIl A- i.t tid r;M 1 1 3 l'i I r..i t'r. ..i-.. Llaiiitt or rniusTiAs wikuck. fourths of the I. tannin - -- IT . . : :.. Ww York una Brook- r, interested in mind euro, Christian lo or fait li lu-snng. i " "- r . i .i. , U iihcnomcnnllv nn.l nil have full clnssc. The niiiwti. while t ho lim inm ' . f . .1. nnrl wntTirfl. 1 llC lenuire v . wli nf outside ""l 'i""""v" i i IMrf.iton FAVOHS nt.nux MII.LINKIIS. r Emperor of (Jet-many In ordering ,,;)sMiUi for Princess Sophia, sister L, Ktmr. who ' ,HS mnmcu i I i.,.i..ri lt I .conoid, and thiit of his L:-trr. Princess Sophia, who is to bo , .1 to tlic Puke or t-pnrta, stipulates 1( V oliult lc entirely of German picture. nnl specially lorfunsinc use k French silk, linen or other mntrrinl. rltii milliiieri lire in n rush 01 nusi tii the tn.'iiilMTK of tho imperial L will malic presents of jewelry, t, hi.ve oeeii nriloreu in uitiuiiiij. )n i Ih nit't. ikin'i it vhtoiii.i'b truss. Mxtii-er pononbv-r'ano:'s duty si...

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. — 23 May 1889

l 00011 to HmewivBs, West End Items. ! Ki. Post : Please tfivo Hpace in your worthy paper to n brief Holier of a Mi,v pleasant and dclik-hifid s ;. n ine p u ty in tin' "West End. I Til' OCCilsioH WHS till' ll!ltlll-(lll.V (if j ! 1R of West li'iiVCI'S must lxlovedj and honored citizens. Some .h j friends mi l .piK lly ii'id nccrelly (it! i the house i. i A. A. HolniiJ. Em., v.. , : VVe.liicsd'.v I Veiling the 10' li in- ' ! to irive liiin n similise on (he 41th i anniversary of his liirth, mid to I show t licit 1 c: pect for liiiti. In or- dr to make tin nicilii!: and eon i yrntulatioiiH ii compli te nucccs, it j was licccessiil ily arrunoit that solee ' olie al l.' to keep a tfu.xl s.crel, le ! selected to take Ks. Homiir away iroiii his homo curly on the evening utTtatiaer. Ijdkt'-. trr It. And tnefrt i, r lil. n it it .hiv Tlm select iotl fill but ronr tiu.lmml And wa ' ll -n .cs"ril j i larCW-'Hhniiml or a rr.-hf Uill-.'. J up, , 1 ,iM. I lei I) it IT, I'.Hil., WlllJ is cTrcrsr...

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. — 30 May 1889

'' VOL. 26. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., MAY 30, 1889. no. : 1 - T-..-iwr5st - , Stems of local interest Rlia,l that Chesnutt again. Read the Watsontowu Plaining ill advertisement elsewhere in thin tiie. Mr. E. C. Aurand i tln.ily rcceiv- new millinery good. Uive ner all r,.f Kdgar C Smitli will open o ,H-t Hi liool in Beavertown, com- nciiiR Monday, July 1.V fr .T. C. Buffington and ber ingliter Nettie of York, Pa., nre o on a visit. n two weeks from next Tuesday ,i will have a chance to make minylvania "wet" or "dry " v. ran now sav "How beautiful till the mountain," for their sides yniinuled with the moHt benuti- flowers ami their summits are kel in living green. Br. SainpHel'a horse took fright at le object on TueHilay afternoon, ike loose, ran up street, tore tlio ness. upset and damaged two r liiiireies. and was caught un tied in the west end of town. m rurriint worms have com- ,....! their work on currant and Llierrv hushes, and they are kty. Sprinkling with a solution l.llc...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 May 1889

Distressful snowstorm, are the latest visitations which hare fallen upon Silesia. When the people are not starving to death, exclaims the Washington Mtr, thry are drowned by inundation; and when the water go? down, a late snowstorm comet to blight the crojis and freeze the poor Cottager in tho highlands. Tho poet who thought variety tho wry spire of tifo missed a deal of pleasure by not hav ing the lines of his career riist in this Prussian province. t Itow quickly even an old settled region may bo restocked with game, asserts the tan Francisco L'hronMt, is shown by tho experience with the Cape Cod region in Mas.irhusctt. The long neck of study (and has 50,000 arret of woodlAtid, and lis years ago nil hunting of deer in these woods wns prohibited. Although tho game was well nigh exterminated when the protective law was passed, the woods arc now full of deer. Such a method, if followed in the West, would result in nn ibundiincc of giunu where now the pot- fiuntcr has slaughtered abou...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 May 1889

DR. TALMAGE. 4ssas"ss " rOWF.R Of GOOD E90liUTION8 i i Fln AP0'0'0" OltweA n Mon in Eichm for Their Bin Trxr "If rn,'k mi1 ,r'' no" J,ter, nad ''' ' ft'"" V h"ni", nrf mi' "-n etothf ohatl abhor me. Job Ix , All-rt Barne honored he hi name ot earth andln heaven-went straight tww k to th original writing of my text, and translate it mi I have now quoted It, (riving substantia1 rwmn for o doing. Although we know letter the ancient had an idea that in mow water there waapecial power to cleanse ani tht a garment washed and rinsed in it would t an clean a clean could be; nut it the plain now water failed to do tta work, then they would take lye or alkali nnc mixed It with oil. and tinder that iirejuratlon they felt that the last impurity would certainly he gnu. Job, in my text, in niiwt forceful figure set forth thl Idea Hint all hi attempt to make himself pure More Ood were a deed failure, an that, unles we are abliited by something l-tter than earthly liquid and chomica! rrviMirntionn,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 May 1889

Che gtWMtburjjfe hs. i'ul.lislic il every Thursday. MI. HARTER Subscription 1.50 nv your. RATES OF ADVERTISING: unr roliimn, llnr Vi-f One hull ""luiiiii n yir iinl"urfli fiilumn. One W.I Prolrliiil ""r.. rr yt i., t.im-uLnf. AiliulniMrnWr, nl ,,..fi.i ,...2".' .I'.to . .1 - KnllKM WhM on tl-wml tr.Otnrin r inii.lcsll flvrrtifmrni'. luftwl l..r l" lh,in 4 i",n'. rhril i! lr lufh l"f nrl IiimtUoii. !.' .,r Hi .w.n.l lnri..i n. ! I"' " umeiU'nt lufrrtlou. Thursday, May 0, 18S!. Description of Fort gomery. Mont- Vorthf Piwt. Is Prohibition a Success Kansas? in IIoi'mih I'oint, N. Y.) May 14, 'w. Lust wi-t'k accompanied !' live gentlemen, one of ttu'iu ik Custom House Officer from Vermont, the .tiiit wan imi.l' to viitit this fortifi cation. Wo left Kousin Point in ii U. S. Kcvcnue Uout and m u short time lml come under the massive wall of the fort. It inbuilt into thcliilc, niul is leached from the hin.l by ii narrow foot bridge. The original fort hero by u mistaken survey was built on...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 May 1889

Eriof Fam Saica Barick Lievjh Kkiinm. Hakkku. Icli !' (.r tie leilsht wnrh jr'wiw kcil Vn lt.r ptni i nun Hiillciiiccka. ! ,Ur liiitn lift forsiiU ki'iiiui wen i -i i. ..... f..e ftiiillll'll ,,M '' hl 11 ' i. t.ncti cent slitiekcr woo mi more s jpvvi4 Imt. S hut nrslit nuiiied" ifh wave Kionk. del no in T do opinion cooni.'i hit ware net u lit K'nlit it, aw-r wt ich era k'hhwI ,b ich tlutf tznlii ol tiilu'i-ii nil illicll Uft'-LV'VVH HOWflk lint HV boh iiiii ilt'i' liol yifikfd mi niich biiMHftl fH andit inonl in t.won- h voln. Sell lmt iiii'li widtlci ." i.i .i. i.:.. tclllcll llll-K IIIUIHIClltl, UII It'll l) unontlf iirwft. Do roily hut Mini don fs gnu tit (,'iuin Kate nwd oMt-slituppii, nn no in goug i i but nn luiiMl"' f'll nootlcr older 1'iitiif kf y It.vo jrifi'kfd un in tie jsi-t KVhtfMt. ilertio hut so mich Kit'roofii, hut tlu hiiiMlo roiisf ilitcMt, nn hut y'siiwkftl si; date mo hi'lla oh tiipfi'ii. awor mi wet hi tcii'l'T Hi. Dri mollis diiwkn t hv mete nn sclnmpps p'vvn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 May 1889

THE M1DDLEDUUGII TOST. T. H. 1IARTER, Enrro axd Tho'b. MWtLKnri:a,VA.. may w. iw, F.inigrntion ti America i heavier now t!iMtl for ve.ir. It is Mill th.it iliiihtiicri.i is t lit lit -t i-tuniv of tin- human n.i . .id- Mouri li i just granted wfconl st:f -fragc to wotr.cn. hiingihc sixteenth Slate to lii hit, Secretary Hlainc hu assured t'to Sinn-i-h ovriiiiuont tli.it thi. i ...ntry liv no ilis.rc to purchase (ulu. In, ir.icrat it n i turning fr.i:i the Wrt lo the f. nt li . urul fortune nrc I ing limb in the Scmh ifip'nily out of r. iu i mis. t ; r.-r.l lhitnin. mi Tli.ir.ilil liogcrs. has vi s' ,1 in i.ilirr i ,'iiiitni li t ui n of 1 J r i i it v.l'u.vr to Professor li.t'iMi.oiMt.nini i-i- , 1. w i! h .'in average IN THR UAHK. O, In th 1pth of midnight, What fancies haunt the brain. When even the ulRh of the sleopur Sound like a tb of win. A fine of awe and of wonder I may never well tlcflue, For the thought that own in the nhawiws Never come In Uio shine. The -Id clock (town In...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 May 1889

HET.TnvoiiiH VP. . . tf Was TVna1. b,T.T robbed him .K. wu not armel, he picked up ' ' Jil lZUo and led to a tr- ., D to limu. ' n. Zut naif m hoar, be w.i cut l.ndleft 'y AU,0 w,, I S to b. wdtlng by th. top., P1"1 . ,-e.t end then wa quiet, StoV.-th.ro,,..Nth.tb.w. r,mT ....t him down. dew, ""v kierplllar Defying Trains. kfity caterpillar which atopped the Canalian r.ciflc'i new II04 ti tbt Main w-ilderne, Hunday, art n( tmiinn at th oM itand. utile to run train on a regulaj l, and in announcing their train III Canadian I'aciQo manager bart ithrlue. 'Caterpillar permitting:' r - . - - tnila if delaravl from two to nva hon.lred men hare been hired U Y'rf the linn an I Hgi.t the little great. siidim ri.-ntiU elver the railroad tlem that in a few dnvi the in will develop into beautiful wing' V and II; away. NEI1AL MARKETS. rrrrsai koiu E Creamery $ I (TMintrT Pi ill 17 )J 10 1J 14 7o tt JS 2 00 4.M 1 .VJ 1 (X) l.VI W m i as IS II II 1 7") HI Xi 4im 6t; l M I -jo iioo D:l 41 80 :w Hi ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 May 1889

. M- 1 Is l Vf at J A 1 ft Vofff'sAGMEBlacking EATS the World. It I. th stoat HARNESS DRESSING The BE8T for Man' Boot " Ladle' - " Children'" ABSOLVTEir WATKRPBOOr. OFTKNtandeRtatRVCatli Leather fx e wl fit wt-ft tot mM m nitr t, mrfe fr fiu. U mmkm the lAni'l snd durable JJJ r ;. Tub AT li to eroea swsei tKh blank hn hrosh. Ho and 4ri H. Bii w erurioUlMT worked hsrd la no raana r.si shooid Ml nam tnarsslf that orre Uua I !. ItoM b Oros-r. Drawb a4 Sao lsWa, WOLFF & RANDOLPH, phiudelphu. i Common Sense Id llm treatment of siltjlit ailments would save a vast amount of sickness ami misery. One of Ayer's I'UU, taken after tinnier, will assist Digestion ; Ukea l night, will relieve Constipation ; taken ut nny lime, will correct tirt!U larilii" of the Stomach and Bowel, stimulate the Liver, and curs Sink Headarlie. Ayer'a Pill, an all know who una tlu-iu, are a mild cathartic, pleasant to tukr, and always prompt and satisfactory iu their result. ' I ran recommend Ayer' Pill ahore all...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 June 1889

','9 n 26. MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JUNE 13, 1889. NO. 24 If LOCAL. INTEREST .. rt:i.l Tivfrtn. Mich.. H I, flllil v. ' Jrieuds inthis county. LA buyer for a brand ihh. Inquire at this oftice. " on the wing of tbc lo- (Ik for "W inl ami a- tith k Co., of Milton will to tbo Hum of $'20,000 lie recent flood. In year-old Hon of Jcffcr- was bitten by n copper on Tuesday. imi in vour cellars if they fid and you may prevent a ler bill and perhaps death tnily. Vuubria Iron works" of fe are closed up for re Ihe superintendent in in ... tusijrove 7'ime advertises Lly'sshoe for 1.00." We mulling good ladj'M shoe I only 50 cents. How is it, s of rubbish left along k by the flood are com ferment and stink. It .iiwit anil ilia iloflil nil. . . W . V. w.au v .... r Jiutown llerahlvl mates re to Juniata county by t S125.000. One half of one the towns of Patter jfflintown. t..n ..t ui.ji ill UllUi:3 Cftlllt n lie: ut A 1111' Vie the guests of Jere 1 family. The couple ore I i i rir noney-muoii...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 June 1889

I i IRE DEVASTATION AFTER THE DELl'ct SCENES IK THE RUINED CITY. Registering tfia Survivors and Cir ing for the Dead, Restoring 1ha Wash PlacM. Rising From thi Ruins, Ther Is no break in the drw;y Wlrk sovery. Captain Jones, msnagnr 0'y. , tar Thomson Steel Work and th, 'm W Carnegie interests, arrived Tul,T sceompanled by 800 men, prlnclt,aii,7 Braddock, Little Washlngt lh. rant. V.mmt T.llplv ...I II. .e- " A VALLEY OF DESTRUCTION. Thi Worst Calamity of ths Ago on (ha Wcstarn Continent. w .."l THE SOUTH FORK LAKE. 'til'! Itralin.i ... xS)i! " - ..xss. 1 'XX '111 V Ko,,.., . rtftc Till: HUTU AUDIT Till: DAM. Uio Wnte time Wcrn III ckcil to Save t ho tspurlMiit'ir 1- t-t. The first account! of tho llro I in t'io Concmaugh seemed like tho wildot cx agyeration t iLono a 'customed to hear ing tales of limtcr, hut when niber nml intelligent cyc-witn s-es lt scribed tho scores at tho tirno llio mad water dash ei upon the lidplcn villages and cities in tho iil-fatcd valley, and from tho f...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 June 1889

ftESURGAM. . r. nW cburcuTord otons TfcX w..rd h no mor ,"mU(1' The tlortou proniM ttcn.li. aIons Cntmn whi:. year, .n.1 on. rol! " . i u. M.rrh wiiiila come and go, TbTn .mmr'twilUMi "rtjlf"f,s ..mm a M rt tflrtlff And autumn " " - -I ball ri r O warorinjt heart, tw thi t coni.ort and be atrong! . . . ,nn:ino riffhL with wrone: from Nn and lln, from oha.tea of doubt, nd want within, tiiat lilin.lly mil, bail arir in W own light Shall the nt.ni nl iruin 01 a.i. tiie c'.iiMrni h-re w Hup and pror, AnX till the. prrfert ninnhood, wait At hot!'" ur time, nnd only lireom O. iliat which IU tipyond the gate, Gol'i fil l free univrrw of life. $v nhadowy pnrdie of Mis, y renlin f imnltnntial miK lint life, more real lire tnnn ini-v Cn:'. wliereVr ?vr wan! I kept. Inanineiiti'l re.'lon calmly went, Hy quiet itnUh-tlr.ii till the dawn. And (Joi n revei'le lra': your isrt, 0 oui: that l-ft thin rvrl here, I rend, hut Runt ran read for tears, ' 1 hl- you, reach nud clap your hand. For e.11 tlnw...

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. — 13 June 1889

Site giffiblttonift $nrt. Publmlied every Thursday. T- H, HARTER. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: Una Column, On Yfr tine bait Column On yr linn fourth Column, Dm Vnl rrof"lonil CM, i-r jrr Auilltura. r.imitr, Adinlnlatrmtor, ml road an J went up to the upper mill dam, or rather where it used to be, but there in no dam there now, and nothing to bIiow that there ever wan one, the entire breast from shore to shore is swept away bo clean that there inn't a stone or a handful of dirt left to show where it used to be, and the basin of the dnm is more than bank full of stone and dirt ..o A considerable portion of the south ;.; bank is washed away. After satis- fying our curioisty at the ruins of Awiim Notire ti.so fhA ilmn. n-A slnrtoil ilnwn the rreek. KlTfMlprmntJi, lnMTt. lot Irw tlmn 4 month", rlirK ll.U p-r Inrh for nrl Inwirtlon. $1.00 or in croml Innrtlon and " cent lor men fnhfeUent Insertion. Thursday, Juno 13, 1880. "And Now, Bretheren, e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 June 1889

OOD HAVR TUB COMMON WEALTFt. Brief Tom Hatisa Barick. r.iKvtR Keiinal IIarheb. Em l.lxlitA Moomliivk wore icli om oMu rid.ler.Seiidiipi'lzci- mnera leioiit. -.1.1 fitif Illl-flllilltuW'll Iff Willi' Ullll IIIH-ilM-u .. ahr. simitzaen inohnot uu hcx-hii- jrii h dawk. Si kronkct wore gen Viil anility. Are wore un i richer lerkiirl, un wcil der Hill, hi ansioh iml, nn recliter haiem-skatem is n Ju hit g'liianeil arit date i-Mics i Hi willn ilo fer ile knrrirli. Uff sell p Leu sc iier pon n grccked far ene iu forgriiwvft, uu no we o ilcn oik ml uf g'hovvii lien, ln-ilsht 'h unlit lira nulla. Won ich tier FriiMcr it ho gate gn-ktnt lift ilon liet ich i gluwht ai'' ware niiteiii Kristoful olumbiM uff 'm liiieha waugn tch am liimnifl, ftwpr wcil are ucli in ilT lawil wore bin it'll mire In nre ous gonga in we mere otnifr e inissu. Arc wore far tswonsig hr ni t in ilor karricli g'west uu lit aw nix giwu tsum porra. Ich nsc net t-b he en in tier hiiiniicl eckeil hen oiler net, awe r ich hob ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 June 1889

i THE MIDDLETJURGII TOST. T. II. HA TITER, Editob add rFOn. MinDi.Kiu na, 1A.. jvxk in. im. There is nut a State Constitution that remains a it wo 100 year no. Missouri has adopted the Australian ballot, ton. Thi it the sixth State in the procession. Say the Chicairo Tinn: "All session of flip t'liiteil State Semite, executive ml other, ought to be held with ojku doors." The New York Sun note a new won, salesmanship, which, it says, must now take its place with statesmanship, seaman ship iiml penmanship. Cue hundred ami twenty-five tons ol powder which tin1 French Government snored away in inagninc live, years ai;o 1m been found to have lost thirty-tliicc per cent, of its explosive force. MORE THAN PLEASURE. DK CABEFUL OI-' VOUIl COMPANY. This Lift) Is Intended for Something Hotter Uin Mere Sport. A romfinninn of fooltilmll h de- Mi., !. A tjin liic (Canada) paper says that the Volume of t iniv'ration from that province to tho United Statrs thin year will reach over 1IMI,0(M, ami it...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 June 1889

., l. Tilt biirah hsd cnitH- ,,,n !. ll.muinl. of do without CJunnu - - - ..-.-UdiniWl. Owl to th. L Mr Tuompsm cas " U!"b1' P1" but Urn n ,um ,hl..th.n.lhlK,rho3d of tl,Oi..000 r . .i. ..-!.. tl.i .iifTer Li by Un country - Lnor Pulklry.of Conn-ctlcut.te'rgraph. L.Mur. 7""" Ofrom K ioXTilL, Tonn i 1 1,000 from .. lunevolent So.iety, of Lot An- neon? - C, anl I1.00J from th. Mayor of ctaiy.X Y. Mayor Kot, of Hart . ,. M VJ W of an unexpoudel balance .'form r contribution tit tbe aulTcreniol 0 lo flood Ui flrt eii.tallni.ut from h 0v rnor baa thm fir eurl ebout ) 0C0 for th. rvliof of th. flood iultMi I, total -mount recid Tuedy by r.xOrant end committee apiiiiei ; bim (or thu ivllef of the Johnntowj mif- n t tM,1 Hi rwpe.l Monday I'JJ,- ir.mltoMl,lM.2Jfb3. ,0'on.Ohio, alt-r a hasty ciiyi of the ( hai w-urel I3.0W) for the Johnatown j rrrr: Thi amount, with twj carloa U : thin;, rovllon etc, U Canto i cou ution. P York'. a.-Rrpata of II ml uib-orip ar-pittel In Am ciatel l're-. dltp....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 June 1889

fii Men of r hMnn K I 1 throw . i m . htMh anal have ATERPROOF BOOTS W SSAUTIFJ-LV WITHOUT LABOR. Priic pnilrii ttuat tl" M brush, end rt ' wHi Ug a v4im , oi.'f w .'. ... irfcyrttcktonldwtMtnthnwrfjjn-'f Bald by flh. Rt'W". Or.ra. DruriVt WOLFF & RANDOLPH. rn;if.0E.H,iiA. Dress the Hair With Ayr's Hair Vigor. It rleanli orix, Wm'fli-tal effect on the scalp, and IjmMhk i'rfuiiin commend it fur unl Trsnl toilet into. It keep the hair eof ml sllkrn, prrsorvrs its color, pre vents it from f.llitm, ami, if the hair has tiecome weak or thin, promotes a new growth. "To restore the original color of my k.i. 1, ml tiiniml tirvtiiaturalv srav, I uie. Acer's Hair Vigor with n. tire success. 1 ciicitiuiij muj w w Efficacy of this preparation." Mrs. P. II. David son, Alexandria, I.a. r . M1if.tn,t a.iMia tt.rna vnnrs with scalp disease. My hair was falling out anil what remaineu turneu gray, i wi ... .v.. A t- n r ' Hair Vlonf. A.n.1 in a few week's the disease in my scalp disappeared and h...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 June 1889

Jf ivr js w5pn. n r vrsik OL. 26. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., ?P A., JliNE 20, 1881). NO. 25 EMS of LOOAL INTEREST Wed.-A buyer for a brand l i u Tniiiirn nt this office. te' uanii'"". i. l.rick-layers are busy at work the Wittoumycr block. lUrbara JJilger left on Wed- i.Uyfora month's visit in Car-1 i.lje. Vtnorrow (Frilay) night the LlleburnMBuiul will Rive an out r concert on the public square. j jr. Hune, of Shamokin Dam re rt strawberry that measured .v 6 hides in circumference. 13. Reed, the enterprising mbcr ami heater of Sunbury has rteil a branch establishment in ton. Vill Kreegor and Sylvester Rowen H wife, all of Kalamazoo, Mich., hved here on a visit onThursday jliint week. She prisoners iu the eastern pen ,tiary of Pennsylvania have reu nited of their small earnings $522 rani the Johnstown relief f uud. iuperintendnt Herman was at ximsburglast week assisting in uuining students attending the lite Normal. ev. Deitz, pastor of the Reform church in this place, held com luion ...

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. — 20 June 1889

TALM AGE'S SEHMON. A GOLDKN IIUUII) VILIiAOK I,.l The Iwirly Days of Clirl.t. H li -n lie. Win k oil In III Father' Miop. TEXT: "An t th rhilil pic, nnrl ira.rrd sfroii; in .;i'i-if, Ji'lnl iiith t(i..on; vmlthn yrtvt of dud v im wn flun," Luke i'.., o. About Christ a a village 1ml I nM'k. There U for most pnrt a silence iti'iro thin fighh-en coiiturit long nlxiiif Christ botw.s'ii Infancy and lunnhnod. W lint kind of a hoy wn Hc U a Ho n genuine Isiy nt nl!, .r til there settle iixin Him from the start nil Hie intensities of mnrtydom? Wo have on tin Milj't iiiiljr a little giuelng. n few surmise, ami h'T nnd there nil unimportant "per hn " Concerning what hound'! thnt fmy tic n mI on Initli side we have wliolo libraries of lks and whole g:ill"iii-s of ennvn ail' I sculpture. Hut pen nn.l pencil ninl chisel hnvo wit Is few exceptions t.n.s,s liy I 'lirist the village rr I. Yet by three conjoiiiisl evidence I think wo can come ti nn nivurnt nn Idea of what Christ wim a a boy as wo ca...

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