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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

( I'lililitdied every Thumlfiy. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, July 11, 1881). Globe Millh. Hon. S. H. Yotler shipped two carload of flour to WaHhiiiKton, D. C. Anion Zi'ibtT is Uie most benevo lent fellow in our community. He treated hit hiiveating hamlH to n gallon of mountain dew. At A. C. Moj-it'h, u beautiful hand engraved pitcher, celery htand or other KlitHHwnre in given with eueh pound of Silver .Star baking powder nt a very reasonable price. In the htHt ihhuo of the Post we were rather iinpoHod upon by the Kreamer reporter an to the post office. We knew well enough that .1. A. Smith wbh not pout-master, l)iit he wan the chief cook and bottle washer all the same. At least his suddlodid not lit Ben. Harrison'H horse or the post office would not have been changed. James Loce says he must tie his grain cradlo to his leg with a string to keep it from mowing too fust. The population is fast increasing in our township. Many of our friend...

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. — 11 July 1889

VMhp every Thnrmtny. T- H. HAHTERi Editur and Proprietor. Subscription per year. Thursday, July 11, 1889. Globe Mii.lh. Hon. S. H. Yoder nhippod two carload, of flour to WaHhingtou, D. C. Amon Zeiber is tho most benevo lent fellow in our community. He treated hit havesting liandn to a gallon of mountain dew. At A. C. Moycr'n, a beautiful hand engraved pitcher, celery ntand or other gliiHuware iH given with each pound of Silver Star baking powder ut a very reasonable price. In the laHt ihhup of the Post we were rather iiupoHod upon by tho Kreumer reporter an to the pOHt office. AVe knew well enough that I. A. Smith was not pout-master, but be was the chief cook and bottle wanlier all the Ramp. At leant his Huddle did not fit I3eu. HarriHon'H horse or tho post office would not liave been changed. .TameH Loce hays he must tie bin grain cradlo to hiw leg with a ntring to keep it from mowing too fiiHt. The )opulution is fast increasing in our township. Many of our friends find themselves...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

Brief Fum Hausa Earick. I,,ever Kf.ksal Hardeii. Der Hcrt July wore so shtill om Hausa IlArriik dm der American Awdler ,.i(rnhlofa in un fun ainera tong follA. Ovets woi'K nm lavi'mliel). I,.r hen an fecht g'hot un an law wuit. Per Wftke OH H(11 rum CO()nm wore a: -" never uu dor Warn hocmiuiiz iun ...., iri'Lo1 wmni am v;.rJa Julv. Dor Hcesiiuitz nut na- luwbt do iler Fiert ware der dawk der Krislitulul Columbus un f 1.- vnioli nut ITitmiml L'fors in, un der Shenkelmoyer hut r . 1.1 .... i.., !ch10H8 lUll III K u 'c'Mwkod ansich ebbor don net wist o der Fiort dor dawk in on dor (iforiro Washington do tzaon dow- I, ml Fillistawner doto g'shloga hut mil am ki't'iibocku fon ma unci ware Ut fit tsu vota on der grossa lection. Yakliclier fun ena hen era friend L-'liot, un do hen Hida g'nuinnm. Der Shetikelnioyer uu hi kceuboeka theory hen de graslit unershtizung (.-Lot, nwerder Secshultz wore der ,ht moil ga coonsulerod. till hov hg'sunaos es fcng gibt, uu ieh lob am Ilullcrlieck g Hawk...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

Cnesnntt's Rom Flood Brief Fum Hausa Earick. Lieveb Kebsal Hardeb. Der Fiert July wore ho nhtill om Ilausa lUrrii k ilm tier American Awtller i.lilofa in un inn ninera aiong .,IU Ovetu worn mit laveinlich f,r lion an fccht g'hot un an law - . 11 . uit. D r wke oh hcii rum cooinn in art UCS J J-'r X ll'mi-i irarnmi inoycr un ilcr Sam Seeshultz lion i. nmuiut meckcd waga. ani Vlprda July, uct iwi'nuuiii uui hawlt iIoh der Fiert ware ilor lawk woo tier Krishtuflcl Columbus uff .un firicha wauga uuch am Hiiiinu cfors in, un dor Shcnkehnoyer hut Vliposs fun in k iiiot'lit un nut g'sawkctl ansieh ebbcr dot net wist ... .W Fiert tier ilawk is o ilcr (leorire Washington ilc tzaen .low icinil Fillistawner iloto g'shloga hut mit urn keenbocka foil ma ascl ware iiict fit tsu vota on dor grossa lection K'akliilior fun ena hen era friem L-'hot, un lo hen sida g'nuiuuia. Dor Khenkeluioyer uu hi keenbocka Jthcory hen de gr'asht unorKhtizung V'Lot, awer dor Seeshultz wore der it'slt iiion pi eoonsi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

THE MlDDLEliURGH TOST. T. H. IIARTER, Errrom ard Tro'iu MlllLF.nt:RG,VA., JULY II, 1W. Brv.il boasts of receiving 131,000 im migrants last year. Tho fisheries of Mnino arc reported tj on the lcelinc. California has 187,500 homesteads of ICO ncres em li thnt have not Wen applied fur. Tho United States occupies one-third cf the entire spueo devoted to machinery l tho Paris Exposition. It is estimated that the Protestant rhurches of the United States contribute annually 111,250,000 to foreign missions. s Ftiiudnrd oil and floetrie lights have rnnibined to make Cleveland, Ohio, the richest city of it population In the world. According to tho officials of the United Ptutrs Mint there are 1 00,1)00, Oitlt of the Dld-fashioni-d roppcr cents r-till out but 0(t in circulation. It lion been decided tint we lire t pay liigh fur onr sujiir this year, but wo arc likely, says the Uuurirr-Juurwd, to git our biscuits cheap. The Legislature of Missouri nt its recent tcssion passed a hill which prohi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

THE M1DDLEBURGII TOST. T. H. II A TITER, Enrrom aud Tbo'iu MiiMLEncna, pa., jvly 11, is. Brw.ilhosjit of receiving 131,000 im migrants last year. Tho fisheries of Maine are reported to o en the decline. California ha 187,500 homesteads of 100 acres eaeh that have not been applied for. Tho United State occupies onc-tliird cf the entire space devoted to machinery t the Pun's KxjM)it ion. It is estimated that tho Protestant rhurehes of the United .States contriliute annually 111, 250,000 to foreign missions. - . s Ft:uidard oil and electric light have combined to make C leveland, Ohio, the richest c ity of it population in the world. According to the official of the United Ptates Mint there are 100,1100,000 of thr old-fiudiioncd copper cents still out hut Dot in circulation. It lion heen decided that we are tf pnj high for our sugar this year, hut we are likely, fays the Vuurirr-Journal, tu get Our biscuits cheap. The Legislature of Missouri at its recent Session parsed a hill which pr...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

JOW TO MAKE FRIEND3. L flKN HIE DEFENDERS COME. icrf(til Dlrlne Art Dl.cu.seil Py the er. nr. nim.jo. ... n kifh A-fif tnt L!iV.'4 fritndlv." rrorerb. srvlll., s. - . " man - . ... ... iw,nt th Micreo - nv i - . ilar r"shnsof lavld anaon laeoiner tSFw&tof of Isaiah, th. greatorf .of th. It m""'r of baphasard . mmT friends we hava or whether w. ZTS trUi at eJl: but then la nothing Lndrtltal .bollt It. 1 UtT. 11 r". th secretion and dispersion of Liulships. Tliey n ju ""II ti.pt did not "Just happen so,' FT 7 .i,- ..m lint hamen to rise or ot. -.science, an art, God-Klrwi rejrula " t.ii m how friendly you ar. toothori L? I will tell you how friendly others ar. to U I do not my you will not hav. ene- .... r.lui.t n.tmttHi If Von irot "., women will always have enemio be lL..-nf the attack of your assailants. ' i I ...... Wr,,,- ihutori will think of you. The bent friend. ,,rrr hnd apicsred at nome juncture when err. civmllv Nnnliarded. There have m times' in mv Uf. when unjust assa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

IOW TO MAKE FRIEND3. rBKj THE DEFENDERS COME, I ucrf& and Wlne Art Discussed I e ti n TtlmoTA. .lit the sacred nd tfiTln of mtit0 I P- object on 'hTSw-r heard of any one prcacWg- i Ood t nought It of enough importance Jliui ta th. middle of the U.ble these Jdn of Solomon. Isiunded on one side by 1 .Gimtlnp. of Isaiah, the greatest of the 'I?h,r It S-tm .11 a matter of haphazard niMir friends we have, or whether ws 'lyfrbii.tall; bul thot Is nothing F . ".I .!.... It There if it law whioh r1" ilnn nd dlsoendon of "T! .. . ti. .11.1 nnt "fust hammn so." rr' than th" tides Just happen to rise E' fall or the sun Jurt happens t rise or act. liYsHenee, an art, a God-giyen regultv tii m how friendly you are tootuon f Ti -.in tell roil how friendly others are to K I dn not say you will not have ne- turn Indeed, tne wny m get "i. i. t.i have ardt'tit enemies if Ton tot Lir enmity iu doing the right thing. Oood L mi inl women win -,r. ,h bill ''" nuiK'iii. ...vt. " ... . . . I. . InH 1 . ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

What a Comfort! HoDirtt NoFuttl Ho Back Ache! LASTS LONGER, LOOK8 BRIGHTER and nuVei the Shoes WEAR BETTER. Ow'tlcttbtwoMakaTtaUlkabMlthlofi.Wni Volfi'sACNEBIacking ONCB A WBBK FOR MEN. ONCB A MONTH FOR WOMEN.; I find Its Kate Hamas Dratln(. WOLFF A RANDOLPH, PhlUdtlpkia "Try Ayer's Pills" Kor lilictifimtiKm, Neuralgia, nml (out. Stephen I.auNiu, (if Yonker, N. Y., (Wya : " Kccoimurniloil at it rnre fur Chronic CoHlivi'tiv., Ayer's Pills have relieved ma from Unit trouble ami uNo from Gout. If i vory victim of tlij UN eejtn wouM lifcil only three wont of Mit from the land. .. . c 'Try Ayer's " -'a Pill alotie, I nlly of rlii'iinoi lileil tun aevrrnl mouth. Itiexe lire ut once lmrinlo and effectual, nml, 1 liclieve, would prove a siwiiilc in all nurs of inciiiieut Rheumatism. No medicine could have served me in better uteml." tJ. Kock, Comer, Avoyelles ruiinli, I,a. !. K. Hopkins, Nevada City, write : "I liavo iiHcd Ayrr'e I'M fitr aixtcen yearn, and I think they are the heat Pill in...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 July 1889

THE SHOE BRUSH GONE Sne Proclaims Himself Christ. When You Insure Why Hot Get the Best I won't miss it, for I have long since adopted an easier and cleanlier way. A bottle of Wolfi'sACMEBIacking and a sponge to keep my shoes washed clean, save a deal of labor and shoe leather. 4d bj Sbca Moras, Oram, DrtMtfM . The best Harness Dressing in the world. WOLFF A RANDOLPH. rwiUoapHil. Dress the Hair With Aver'a Hair Vigor. It cleanli ness, lieyenelal effort on tlia sralp, and lasting perfume commend It for utW versa! toilet use. It keeps the hair aofl ami silken, preserves Its color, prevents It frmn tallitiK, ami. If the hair has liecome weak or thin, promotes a new growth. "To restore the original color of my hair, whlrli hail turneil prematurely (jrav, I used Aver Hair Vigor with tie ure' success. 1 cheerfully testify to Uia Efficacy of this preparation." Mrs. P. II. David son, Alexandria, " 1 was afflicted soma three Tear with aralp disease. My hair was falline out nd what remained tu...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 July 1889

n lot bnif MIDDLEBTJRGII, SNYDER CO., PA., JULY 18, 188!). IL 26. NO. 28. cm m j ear i hmmm i .ash i 1 mmi mz "Mm IMS of LOCAL INTEREST ,ntep-A buyer for a brand hnnii-ff. Inquire at tins omce. ,1 rvr whiskey nt Marks & Fli nt $I.H" Pr gallon. ....loxl; ami plover are free .nirrc. -.-.1 ctfld tiut,iil riOiea lllllt'l !""" - utlr issued the 400,000th patent. sti-i limr Comedy Company is uijrst Lewistown tl week. l;,i ttowersox is busy day ami Lt threshing "golden grain" for fanner. r. Louisa Walter of Mifllinbui g, jsiting with her sister, Mrs. 1). ;1ior1'. Ilowerand family of Bed- kl, r-. visiting in Middlo- xh. Weis, the wide-awake ami pop r merchant of Selinsgrove paid ub ii-mlly visit on Tuesday. join M. Steininger, foreman of i Post, nml wife were visiting at tbondule, Pa., over Sunday. California .loo" rounds up the mt season with a timely aunioni ii which we hopo will be observed. 'Huckleberries" are plenty ou Rile Mountain and whole wagon- lls of pickers pass through town...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 July 1889

V STORM AND FLOOD. Many Lives Lost, and Milca of ItailroatU Washed Away. At least 13 live were lost by tho flood at Johnstown, X. Y., Tuesday night. That number of persons were carried -down Cayudetta creek, nttl next morning four bodies ware recovered. The heavy rains choke I the streams and fit I ol the entire districts. Sch river's large mill was c.rrie.1 away. Twenty pco le were on the Kerry street bridge when the arch Toll into the nulling torrent which was filled with wreck igj und hiimaiilty. Their cries for help alarms ! the roiidents, and Chief McDonald, President Northrtip, 1'olice Justice Anlcnon mi l others organ lzel a anarch inn expedition. One man win seen splashing in the water Pear the Johnstown, Fonda ami (iloversvillo Railroad bridge, ono-ipiarter of a ntile down t renin. As he Moated pust those on tlx shore, he cried: "For Hod's sake, help inc!'1 He wm swept by the current, so close to the shore that a man who was In bunt scoured to a pile of wreck i got hold of ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 July 1889

V offl"Ttl T aw . I a - Vttfff1 lEBMON BY D1V TALMAQE. HT Hootni Tber- Am la tb Heavenly Manaioa. "fimy Flhtr'$ Aomm art many babnttleof medicine that to a cur I ,, Th disciple wore eaa ana i,nn oi-I!1- .V1'. i. .n alternative, a gtrmulant IK ?nl(. Up ,liowa them that their or ! only lkF?"Bd of br'?h Kjrfur of cnn.ii.g felicity, lie lei hn know that tnongn now wiey un fTth lowland ha11 T Sai on tba uplamla. 'Nearly all I the .tibia Srt of' hvn may be flnraro. i mi d.. p."Ura that in all heaven there to 1 -Jr-n or hum or nearly rata or asYeor chariot. They may borynel KiStrata th plorhja of tha place, but how "J, tll(,r itl Tha favorite symbol by ...i it. Ma nreeenta celeertinl happmasi u house Vtuil. who never owned a hnnsa, Suf h ha hired one for two years in Italy, "2,v,0( heaven " "houaa not mad with Jk- and Christ In our text, the transhv Ya o which I a little changed soa te give U mora accurate meaning, sava: "In my l'sthr's house are many rooms. " TIS divinely authorised compa...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 July 1889

) r vi i &u $foulelutjjf JN- I'ulilinLoil every Thursday. T. H. HARTER, Editor and Fropnetor. Subscription 1.50 yer year. Thursday, July 18, 1889. Magnitude of the War. In the four yearn of wnr tho old iern of the Union marched over a country far larger than that travers ed by the legions of Ciemir and re gained a larger area than any nation ever took ly conquest. They fought in 2,203 engagements, largo and Minall, in Heventceu states anil two territories in 3M of which engage ments the Union losses exceeded 100 each. From tho firing of tho first shot (not counting that aimed at the Star of the "Went) to the last, the time waH four years and thirty-one days, and the distance between the two places over 1,200 miles "as the crow flies." From the most easterly to the most westerly battlefield the dis tance was over 1,500 miles, and from themost northern to the most south ern nearly as far the shortest prac ticable road in each case being near 2,(HM) miles. From Sumpter to Pal metto...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 July 1889

BriofFumHaasa Barick. ,ever KtiiNAt Harder. Der D1,steil itcukl oft ou diih de hatia . .1 1..!4 1.... 11 iilin ti Kht an pic nic om tzei Jungdrueka, r T,b wed Uever an Hioouipicn ... . i i , ltl ll"Pl II1HI 17. uimui. k we an tzeidmg druckii won nix -ite furniiiH. Mier bowerudooua Iwil ei nlilofa w on incro una Bitza, oft mollis lima di tzeutungiH't wo m hard draw RVLoft Lusht, uu in mere doonii don doona niero He nicihlt a week huuiihh un tsawga : J), r Kernal hut yo nix in der Post wooh." Mere ileuka net draw a si hliuld oh ca in oh are nix hut drurka. Won a paar fun una Ja wiM'h draw gie data un wit oncra Iwrtlorrich rw, miner ngena fraw in' odder miner hells: ub-Hchneida diite tie tzeidung roun cooma niiiH uu groHHG Kcijwartza booHh- kwft uvvo draw. Alla-weil sin mier tzu fowl far ebbeH tzu ilu on niaH Etha date un ieh hob an idea wonn boll mie lavcni'lich wart un don -lit do widder awfonga Hhlonga bender bhtories sluiva. Ieh kiie anyhow, do leit wara alia dawk pi-piuiehcd init ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 July 1889

THE M1DDLKBUKQ1I TOST. T. 0. HARTER, Edito ahd Tbo'iu VIlWLKIiVltU, I'A., JULY Is, J8. Tlic Spanish Minister of the Culm lit h:.s announced that Cuba is not for side. The imputation f Ireland has declined nuir per cent sine: lssi, anl about o:io half si. ire 1S-JI. Xearly 22, Olhl, ()()() ,.,, f ()tlr iin owned 1 y l;;: n who uwc : llcgianeo U other tri vcriiiiu vl.t. Ihiglnitd has il in iiiiml to iro)or,s nn i.il. rnatioiialcoiilYicice (ode, j I whether lii hring Sea i an open or clos;d sea. Tlii' Chicago .,( declines that "tii ): .,u made in some Southern town lents mor- like a fairy tale Ihriti fart." CiiM .ii V 'ilherfor.-c, one of the uif.n '.' i,i',;;i ',), d i i I , ; in Ihieland, nttrib :. i. tiic ic.-ovcry of hi , health to I.: f .lit It on:,.'' ia ii.siioj.lo 1 t!i law which f .:!': i '.:.! t l !; throne colli -noting ci.irri:' . . v. itli .i i.ui ini-mli. rs . !.,i.. Cr. i !. (lunch. Y'i." S!i !'iii,i i..-i ( ;i ('. thuihs I. .'i l;...l.y of Indian i citations ;.ri! i ',;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 July 1889

itt tr.TAfK SECT. - I i .. mMtnJ In Wins tfSouin ir. Mothodlit. named bu ion howler, now from among th. m.t ignorant ' . i i-.11 lust what LJtf to. but of th,t tah,,7 F"'" ' . . I I mln atrv. bill all H mun oe " ' V; " ' l,t,lo to i vi)() feci CWU v fjilr. including womn. They belter F"'' i.wi-a ima follower. !, .one - ' . , r" L . ....I ...rh urti if the lament as W rTt 'Jf tllfV do not ob-erye ths Sabbath, d ' thtt'lt M abroRftted along with thu thrao In immersion, and I In , the itionof Infants 01 iiuu-i-,.... , THKOHiH A BRIDGE. 1.Kir.tniA;PTwr.!Tr-Kvisnut ' . .. . u.. . ft m ur.-r tA'-rnpT train on the Mexican which left I'aoa Dol Norte Monday M wrecked at a bridge five niil.n ,f chihuahua and every coach ,1 The train was running at a rapid up lt time occasioned by u. The undcrplutiing of the bridge Lhf.1 out by a torrent caused by a irtin the moiintaiiia. ineeiiK.n .r-r nfelv but the bridge Rare way (th roadies gnt across. Two pW M In-tniitty and tweniy-wfeu in vi..ii ijwtil w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 July 1889

mrnoniM 'H41C3MVS JJ10.H !a New Swindle on the Far tiiHi1m ! w njw shot W 'M ess .axr 'SeeM Siawl eaa Sren vowtq 14011 'doop s w imnl I Jswwsi suw. SHjyoajdjanwaa, SuAiMJd Irajjapwoa Su!Eal'J0Us.)jOM Tsata awe ajwqs He pqswianwi ssoas taoq n e i -ms en 4q aafun itraSat 01 mum 190 n 1 so ai tnoji efniwu) jooi 0 ino noi ieJ (pa po 'swift P" '"Wl "fl i ljn eqt wnu v sre Xelfl J eoonosaip ra pinr uiue vm uq enj -pent wii pix t r:t(i p"ns saueiern I""! ""A """I m j- .. t Auoamef Una Ml "penpal Jaw "II peanyug trt mormw fooj J.tl TifTI VjH op 1 mq "je J fis jeaeo t pae'ejoerj jaae una iwVrxrj jvm .kjt n fiuimfnt M3f lJtM ujso sees, I soS MoqKR "9 REASONS "Why Ayer's Sarsaparilla is preferable to any other for the cure of Blood Diseases. rti-rausn no poisonous or deleterlmia inn-ilU'tit Miirr Into tbe composition f Ayer's SarsaparillA. Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains only tli' piirrst ami most effective ronioillal jriMTtiin. Ayer'i Sarsaparilla Is prepared with extreme care, skill, and cleanl...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 July 1889

L t AT i'.r i 1 - c. .-v.."l L. 20. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JbLY 25, 1889. NO. 29. 1H MS of LOCAL INTEREST harness. Inquire at tuis omcc. ,1, rye whiskey nt Mark & En- ut jl.H per gallon- SumtiHT goods sold nt cost, nt s-hnch's. . i W.i4tinliu nf Sclioch's. lis visiting at J. H. Rhoados'. h of Selinsgrove visited m lelnirgh over Sunday. lite Miirti for 3ft renin niul fine lYn-iil shirts for lo cents, in.lergcr's, Middleburgh. a. 0. Alfred Schoch of this i,a fleeted ft director of low lmuk recently started in iilmrg. .ra shelf in your closet or y with flannel, set whatever rish to keep from the, ants on .1 they will at once disappear, re will he a lawn festival at nvihV next Saturday evening, 27, under the auspices of the Society. All invited. I ule of the Real Estrtc of pittrick, dee'd, will take place funky, August 17, instead of Buy July 27, as reported in last 1 PohT. Vies H. Felix, son of W. II. Lcwistown's popular furni- eider, was married to Miss rooks of Mifflintown...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 July 1889

! f J : h SWEPT BY FLOOD. VERY MANY LIVES ARE LOST, rna BAH4W114 valley maps mwolati it Til BUSH OP TIIK AmiRT WATtllS. The greatest disaster that ever befell Little Kanawha valley come In tlie shnpe of ter rible cloud-burst, which completely flooded the country, destroying ninny lives, carry ing off thousands of dollars in pnrty and raining the crops for ninny miles around rarkerebnrg, W. Va. The ('e'uge fell about dusk, and rain continued to fall in torrenti all night, doing much damage to the city. The worst of the rtorm struck the lower lide of the Kanawha valley, lillingthe small Stream from bunk to bank, and ending in the worst flood within the recollection of the ouleat inhabitants. In three hours the Ktnnwha raise I s! feet, and ran out with such velocity that it carried everything before it. At I'arkers burg thousands of logs ami a number of boats went out or weru sunk. The little Knnnwha Lumber Company lost 2,000 logs; the Wet Mill, ten rafts: Rarringcr, several fiect.s; W...

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