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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 August 1889

THE EARTHQUAKE. - I oxB wav oy.MQtra I OPEN A MulMgh ' ccnr ,n rrl,n Hie Lesson II leacuce. .. Mdlf t.rlr dull dump, loathsome places Wliil'i'l.rTWorw ia tbo epos- p"r; i iVn.iln. to-day w" ritnd. ,affi dungeon. 1 ynn n,1 M "Ll" hm i' you not hear the groan ot fiwJ th chill? nnt who for ten year remember their hthw-iW o( women ' their wasted estate? Llston 1 mourn nrnr t of r con,ttmpur, or aid. u . h niirhtmaro ,W ?hnrrnr You listen again and hear ot M' KinJ rattling aitae roll, over . 1)1 'Hi" - . " . . end you says: "od pity the ta."" the la another sound ia f)rviti'- . i. . n of iov nnd Gladness. FlXs to sing in I tlie music com. iVthroligh ih corridor, of th , prtaon, ud in A' U1" Vr" ?, wht.'. thntr "!: ril"l,Vrf Pnl -id Slta They "Ji Jeep They hove been whipped, wry OMnetsk-ep. " l.,c imshoa on their . l!i&.ng yet. They lie flat on tho n'' ftlVo rfeet fast mwood"nsnck. fJSdS 'the" cannot..eep But thcr JfiT nW Why have they ln put in nh thff have been trying to mako ' '11 ...

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. — 8 August 1889

Poor, Foolieh Hon. :'.! ' . ill ; ., , -i Ai &OIMJTS ADVICE. ' ' -ei-red Hmo In eight weeks thai i ttt". ami yi I hail hard y i ini In ri"iphloll blacking t - n -n--. f liiTina: the paste black -i -i 14, 'l.tajatlfipi ' : xOEBIacktng 1 .-i :,.4DjL?H. Philadelphia. 'Try Ayer's Pills" for Klifiimutium, Neuralgia, ami (iont. Stephen Kaiuiiitf, of Yonkera, N. Y., a-iya : " UM'oiiiiiiiiiloJ a a rum fur Chronica CosUvinra.i, Ayrr'a I'illn Iiavn relieved mo from tlmt trouble ami ulni from Gout. If every victim of llii.i dii. me would Iicp.I only three word of , out from thi! land. . '' -. . e Try Ayn' ' , , ' Nil alone, I .'i ' . . i'Miflv nf rhi'iittiti. . .--' l(ii)M tnfi aeverul liionifi. ineie i'lllKnritutonreliariiilr.w and pffertnul. nml, I lielieve, would lrove a nvtcllio ia all cases of Incipient Rheumatism. No medicine roultl Imve nerved me in hettcr stead." C. O. Kuck. Corner, Avoyellea I'arish, 1a. F. Hopkins, Npvnl. Citv, write : "I have lined .Ayer's 1'illn for sixteen yea...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 August 1889

I''. ;0L. 20. MIDDLBBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 15, 1889. NO. I ; i. MP s&iHi&gSBiWK WMSQf LOCAL INTEREST Pay your taxes this week and j. .. . nf II t. fiM Carrie Niuenmyer v.ur. J ... in North'd county. Vn)Iuon Spnngier us -'jUrtiption school in Middleburgh. MiWMoyer of Wat-ontown, L ; vititin fncmn in .uiuuie- Beaver of Mitllinburg jays with her parents Lntaie WjJlcburgh last week. nt roan who wears a Grand Army W ! 1 -J is ,1,, UA libwto nne m ?' pretense. n, faro from Middleburgh to the t n;.n,. rtrove Picnic which opens l Monday. August 20. will he 2.49. ComBfavertown 92.70. Titv Dads" are chiseling Lnktion out of the public square, lt it will he all right, we presume, Rxn they are done. Chrit'a Sumlay School of McClure in n umi c in r inner uiur,i.i I"' I . 1 1 L Clure. on Saturday, auruki k fll arc cordially inriieu. The went her has" been real fall-like h.i'B II 11(111 l I Hi" r . j " --n--- t it report ea in Homo part oi I viler county on .Monday morning Subscrib...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 August 1889

ii.' "I I TOISOX AND PISTOL. ONE CHILD ONLY LEFT ALIVE. Roland joiinsos riKKT oave hi cmLnnrA STRYCHNIN AND Til EN BLEW OIT TIIKIK RRAINH. On Sunday, as the family of Henry Coch rane were going to attend services in the school house, about throe and balf mile north of I'alune City, Washington, on tlx Farruington road, they not i;cl tlie rattle of 11. D. Johnson In the corral. They thought it rather strange and at 8 o'clock when Sir. Cochrane saw the cattle st II penned up, lie determined to investigate. Approaching the door he knocked twice, hut received no answer. He undod a third time and in re njonse came the voice of a child crying, "Oh, mamma." Running around to the window Mr. Coch rane railed the name of Mr. Johnson and, receiving no reply hut the piteous crying of tho child, forced oon the door and rushed into the house. Ascending the stairs a hor rible sight met his eyes. Lying at the head of the stairs was the body of Mr. Johnson. The hair was matted with blood, which oozed...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 August 1889

i "NATION'S CUKSE. iMssaaa XSD PHTilCAI LOS9KS. It.' pwcrlb" n Sorrow ana of the Drunkard lioom . I ,nc rr basket corning tip w- 1 , Vina Jbu. I am mm '''''''m .to out what i. in the ta0U. tIT. M . II h(to f f . n Wince. Ai the basket JJ.st of th palace, e bead are h'n?!.J;-.i the King com., out. P the" bt cries out with a ring- D I. Th.ro in no 1IM of mf rJ,IrUmo'l.i trying to give ymi st rfi to devsstation and ruin and rhira wHt jjntidn not seem to mean ntry. .,.-, na-r these -- . ,ir,nk Has wroueLi ID . . .Zl tt th.t fifty thousand t", ir. or fifty thousand lest Ltnm are ' nonitlnim. l-thTpuWI" mind. Suffice it U ".. J.. - k.a slnin on in. . ""TVi':: . , "vinces-th children Uborhood their are two heap, of . .i.m- n( tha household C "est of th. .lain: and at the 'i u legislative ball thore are two ." ,k, .lain; and at the door of tht rrtr threre two heap of the slain; .1 threat. . V the siain. " '. "i" delation I m abnost fran--Tih tho scene, while 1 .... -Who slew all theso?" I r...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 August 1889

iiUishotl every Thurmlay. T-H. HJWTEjN Editor andProprietor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday, Aliens 15, 188!). Tor State Trkahi-hkr HON. HKNKY KLINE IJOYKll, UP MIILArF.I.rHIA. For County Surveyor JAMES MIDDLKSWARTH, lF ADAMS TOWNMIIP. Henry K. Boyer for Treasurer. The KepnMican State Convention which met nt Harrifdnirtf on Wed nesday of hint week noinitmtod Speaker Henry K. Uoyor for State Treasurer without 11 hitch. One of the youngest candidates ever nominated for office, in Pennsylva nia is Henry Klino Iloyer, who will lend the iScpnlilican hosts of tho old Keystone State to victory this year, Yearn of ncrvice in tho HoiiHe of KenreNentatives. during which he served on eotiiinitteeH dealing with the question f State linanceH, have well fitted him for the position of State Treasurer, :uid he will enter upon its duties thoroughly equip ped in every way to make his ad ministration a success. His is no ordinary nomination. It was not made after a hard light, in which bitterne...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 August 1889

PUBLIC SALE 01 REAL ESTATE I Tim nnderslirnnl Mrent forthe Heir of Jacob Stfltilnircr, iHte ot MlildletHirKli, Snyrler county. uh- (i, win expose in ptiunc saie on ine premise on Saturday, August 81, 188!), All that pertain meiiRfe or tract of land alluat In tbe town ot MUltlleburKh, containing Three Town Lots, tmuiHlerl North riy lands of Milton Montx. South nv limine aiicv, wtsi i iy "Winn wnm nnu West by lot ot Kinnnn.i Kcliorh. whereon Iserect- pil Brood two-lory DWKI.I.INU llol'SK. Kl iiakm ami inner necessary oniiiiiiiaiiiirs. n hint hi ftlmndniice of choice fruit, well of ncvcr-miiinir water una in mint nesirnme property In every respect.. It will lie Hold n ft whole or In pitrt to null purchasers. The personal property of wild deceased will be (told at the same time. H.ilo tocomincncii lit 10 oYlnrk. A. M. when terms will be nuide known by '. II. STKINTNtlr H, M. .. STK1NINUEH. Agents. Brief Fan Hausa Barlck. ITtnnrn T'". ,.vi - if yi.hr BiiUler oh ich awfonga. i.rief shviva...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 August 1889

TIIK MlDDLKHUilflH POST. T. 11. IIARTEK, Edmob asd Pno'n. MUii!.t:nt i;a, r.i.. am. i.". Euenns Ayres comkmplalcs holding a rorhl's fair. . I I The white population of Texas inereves C;ite mpitfly than the black. Figures show that the sustaining Viuiit of the globe will tyon he rcache.1. Idaho Territory i actively brstwrinj Itself in flic matter of Fecilritig admission in the Union. The large coal fields rcrfiitly discovcrcA In Tonquin, Chiiiiij nre espn'tcd to revo lutionio the idiipping' tr.-illie in tho Orient. It ! asserted thai duriiig the Exposi tion Paris shopkeeper have raised price fully fifty er ec.il., hut only to It runner. Owing to neglect on the part of IV I ril v covirn:m lit the t ity of Boston in ' with.,,,, a foil. r. li. ld iu which to bury ! I In r mdi': rl liead aeitv of whalebone i.i , f. mill Inrr m -my a-i i 1 wl.ali'i'j nkip;ui : t ' lir. ve h': lir.v iilo to n.iiti try hi luck in tic An ;ic I'.iA p.ipu-i eoi-id'-r that the KI:i of lloiamd's ii'ldnx to th" S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 August 1889

(jXE CONVENTION, L. EF-riBLICAN PLATFORM. TBIASl'Btlt, PMHiblinn Stats eonrentton met ' hZ on Wadntatajr. Th "T JmpJUrr otter, wer. i-halrmsn. Waliw Lyon, of Alle- nifcrrrfariM H"y hn- J- ' Jno M. Morrison; Sergeant-at-'oTention-tUo'docktook. J half an "' At noon Chalrtnan UTi-l tbe convention to order and th .hrCommittoaon Permanent Orga , ..ahstiiledlnas follows: ' commit' on Permanent Organ! I bars U honor 10 "P" M . ttuU Hon. O. W. Dalamater U tlWit Cl.urman of tbs Convention. "nd-Thst the temporary secretaries, Inl ajcreurics and subordinate (fleers SL.t the following ba yli-e presl retnrios: Here follow- IT.hstof rice presidents and secretar- L from rarn Senatorial umwir.1. I.. . .1. r the roadinu the report wn- ti and rVnator Dctamater was escorted Wdnirbylin. rrn nwucr mm un.. Um Lily- 116 "aue "itou, LinK the history of tbe Republican -).;, its leaders and iledi?inn tlTUI'H' "O . mania to do bur duty at tbe next Frank Keedor then reports! from xmittes on Resolutions tbe pla...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 August 1889

1.000 REWARD I ta hp eaa he wOl MMn4U aw ereefeur elates that Jem Blacking WILL NOT INJURS: LIATHKR. Volt a aUnimuw. trru 1 1 To make u rnUIat4 of IMa, tri tliy MI. tHnKIHl: Hana a Crtp o kattv la bottle. lam lUktn. and kn It Ibm for a dar or a mm, Taaeitoalead hao H o An and -Mlh eondMea earefttJIa. We rMnammd lad we to ma a Wmllar teat with frane Iratria, and CDtlMiwn aitti enj llanld a-ilatian of Parta DUrk I, or wtta UoaJd bleak Ins that somes ta eteae Jug V'olfrsAGMEBtacking ltsfaMeBy Mad of leather WATERPROOF. SOFT, AND DURABLE. da beatrUfol, rtrk, tlMINHY l'OI.ISH la a eqaaled. JWeaf later mod eaaoyaaea. Jt Fellah f mmm a Mewlli for Womew, ail AWrrltfTMataadoBllafBeaa Loathe vran Foot Moatha wHhowt naovaUac. WOLFF & RANDOLPH. PNiUDCLfHia. aid trf Shoe Stores. Oroeers, and dealarl rami High -Pressure l.ivlnj; rliararteriies these modern days. Tim result 1 a fearful Increase of Brain and II curt I llseasea General ! Mllty, ItiHomnla, I'araljrslfl, nd In avtnity. Chloral and...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 August 1889

Q 'j 5 ? Co. ConmiiMtonert. OL. 215. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 22, 1889. NO. 31 i y f EMS of LOCAL INTEREST 1 V Orwi" now house is reau convention in Dower L next S:it unlay. little "Recording Angel" came .erwiuVnccof Kecoruer mien inclay. .... ('f Nellie Millhouse) ur 1iiik1)iiui1 of Reading, Til. Litintfin Middleburgh. Lt voung ladies mid gentle IV9 w- - - ... t ... . nf Sehnscrove ' pic-nicoii in ler'i RT)Ve llist Saturday. . w:11.. -1i..1.wu1n Ktatintiiit lf. A- J''!" ' " H'"l--I.. ...V,... . fc.ii;.,nrp. Mil.. spent Sunday IhiN mother-in-law, Mrs. John L(rtwr.liMU itifttiMT jl1lfr)oii hev It plain and Hut i luet wwt tn go no MroVr m aiy Twtymrni irr mm. ftM.n inch white-fish the lurg Lt tRtpn out on the fly. was cup 1,1 bv the eilitor Tuesday even Lther Lawn Festivnl will be by the "Young People h Mite , tv"" nt Paxtonvrlle on Saturday line, Aug. 31. M. l'lh, Veterinary Surgeon, hail located in this place since has changed his base and will Lfter he found at Lewistow...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 August 1889

IN A DEATH TRAP. ko escapf. nioM Tim flames. tint a rr.rAnrrt. won is a tuxfmfst ixn 1.1 VM LOST ASO TWO rEKSOft IIAULY ISJIRKO. A fire brik emit in the kitchen of a retail rant on the store II or of tlie big five-story tenement at .Tm7 Seventh avenue. New York. Nine of the sixty odd fccu pants of tlie liouelost tlieir lives, nritl it Is a great Wonder t lint many ni're iliil not perish. Following is a list of the .lea l: WM. GI.KNNON, aged years; burned t dentil. NKI.I.Ii: M.-GKmiMIAN. 2) years; sm4h Bred. MAKY WKI.I.S, ni; smothered. J A N K WKl.l'. r, smother!. THOMAS WKI.I.S. 2, smothered. UKKTHA U'riTUl, I'); burned to .leath. "VVILMAM M. KKi:, 47; burned to death. JAM'. JF.FFKKY. m; smothered. PNKNOWN WOMAN, 41; smothered. The list of injured is: WlI.l.tAM (il.KNNoV. 1; badly bumeV JoIlN (il.KNNoN, ba lly burins! and oth erwise Injun-d. The building was occupied by 1.1 families, who have bem made li'in rarily homeless by the (ire. Tlie flames did Hot do very much damage in tli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 August 1889

i L FOB A PUOWNIXQ AVOriLD . ... 8 Man Fiom I . . ul ... ,nrrvl forth W hmuU hr. ' ',,... h (lint mrimmetn "'" to .P,m."-Isaiab ' -.r multitudes of tb' r. .V- mmds nn.l lakes and l At first putting '"it caif . .ihi shore. ""l im", -"" ,r from th r , f , , lpt til9 "t '"V.": .1 .11 .nrcad forth His hand i-tiv: " a Iim tlmt swimmetli "uVrtl.h and to swim." 1 ... t.rfiilina mm. ami lling 0v.T in , , r ,.,,.1.1,,. wi,i,j , v..nnrj i i . vonrs. Vt hi lino ami comes homo at Val'S.."'? and hi. basket full. i,,w why o ministers of the f.,-,1 nlvs 1 11 inning in i t1 '. ... i ..r.ni hing from tlio mint .lnni. "". . .,., from. I inn- , r,'.i-.t.1l'.'l me I" ".' ' , , . , Ur'ar. I'ndoii, iMiRlmxl. avTj thirty years preached from tli i , t: lielacws. It i nn rxhiliurn .nl i I r. iiic.irn a theme which :'x , . Ii:i tn atol. ami my text ii "" i-i-.l 'I'll"''" ar pnth In Oinl'i ncil bi-nten by fliri-tinii f.s-t. .: .,.rv....:i.'.!iMU-S.Ti.tiire tlivyiii..t , , ti every one lin heard. I 1 . .1........

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 August 1889

i 1 Published every Thurmlay. T. H. BARTER. Editur and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. Thursday, Augus 22, 1880. For State Tkeasi'rkr HOST. HENRY KLINE IJOYEH, or PHILADELPHIA. For CorsTV tfrnvKvoa JAMES MIDDLESWAHTH, or ADAMfl TOWNHniP. A Trip to the South. Ci-llmax, Alabama, Aug. lf, '80. T. II. Harter A : In reply to your ii(iiicht please find ineloHed, the impreriHiouH and incident of my Southern trip, which I trust will prove iih interesting to your rea ders a it did to me. A New York and New England landseiipe to the eye of the prac tical fanner, in comparison with any other portion of the United States, presents sharp contrasts. The broad level stretch of the Western prairie impresses us with a strange newness and age ; the barn like two room structure of the homesteader seems out of place in the t enter of a hundred-acre corn field, free from stumps and stones, an appropriate condition of age ; the absence of forest trees in groves or on road Hides, is unnatural when...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 August 1889

Q S Brief Fun Hauca Earick. .hi.T om ' un wonuiT- Lfnuhtbawranuininor, uu un- Ibowrrftom Uin irk loclmoll ivver. ;t) t,f oourHO, giummi-nt uihuiuhi hf't iitii-b a wcnuh better ni ktn- .kr old porra wo an donation UcJ Imt fun al)out an tlonbroile- bt Pe warslit wora in tier kk-u, l,r kommer, in tier niitoop, uu L porch tin ivveriill ruui g'lnjjn in u house, un wo do Kieeuer inn . . fcm g ma urn Hi" "- uin'f -u Vuirt tlw pi-mink wara, don nut tnUkarUihrnd tf'rivva un hut fawlt, "will, fH liettit nuch inaner nii: !" Dale h'1 K1U no net B 8al" tiel Won ho do jroiiH wi ld liotla i diitii fo mu h lnugn lur Atnon. Wiius ofttaohls aw farfala wo L huml wo ivver an hbtoKa-bliu-k ffii it in it ma Hutick Hush mi lL Aro hut dor Hliodda nun Stick flu" i" wosKcr gHuim un pa-m-iibboil dcrfore. Kr hut of i t ii.. :rse Her siiotuiu iiuiaii mi v hick flush 18 om ouh cm mowl Uh. iloruo hut are nix tf'hot. An , i t os (in gooue oowori ugt'iiu m Lniek uu is g'ttuml hut nix tsu r .a 5. a t .. . a t twgii....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 August 1889

IIKMiDDLKIJUKUIHUST. T. B. HAIITEH, Km ic ami I'iio'r. y!hh!.h:i:t l;a, AVU :. Great Hr:!:.iri has $5(10,000,000 ia- d in our ruilwavs. A -l-itlit r expedition to search for tho Kor'.h IVi!" has been ori: tnizcd. K:r ii-hnu n i;i Xnv York who ran dlTnr 1 t talk fic ly pr. diet tli:it royalty i'l ih'gii.ml will not ouilast tho Prince o' W.U'S. of thirteen chrgymcn itit rvh we.. f:i Cim iuui.ii oa the 1 . jt-. t of preaching Ml":- fur 1 : T t ! ihihileti, twelve dc- i'iiK ily oppovd it. SCYTHBSONO. fowr, weary nnd brown am! blif.h t Vliat is thf word mrt'iinks y know, 1 Endless over-won! Hint thn frtcytlw Fin;, to the bind.- of the p-juw lxlow! Pry Ji.'g ti:at swing In tli gross nml clover, - Sonii'thi::, still, tiicy wir as they pun; Wlmt in t!; word tlmt over nml orcr, Mil the Kcyilin to tho flower nml Rras? Hush, nh lini!tli Scythe arc Hiving, Hush, nml I:hm1 r.ot, nml full nsl ep; Iiil.li, tin y ny to tlm Kriiwin sWfiyinK, y Hush, .i-y nintf to fli clover ilii-p! C llti h 'lis t'e...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 August 1889

n i ntf I pOWN TO jjjaiii. JUMPS THE TRACK. iiLtePTini" - L .r.linK of rails on rotten timbers ,ths Wel reim . i-.:.t. .ftppnooll. Two -w ... . .. rctiirniiiKfromtha hafiliW W1,U ' I ! I"" , ti.,HoF wira nreclli- L nLil rninon F i r 15-foot embankment, causing an W" .... i..,..n nf ncraons were : . n b. wwckag where the, h t,ie" faul" W?1' , !,ni tUirty-uine others more or lass MI UI J. roWKItf, of No. 13 Forty , htreet, l-ittslmrgii. proprietor or a '"" -i .-rlV-r at o. 47:17 Hullor street, j Lliu.ii mMu.itly. Ar1 fortv-tlve i iir.vrt '"' n.l liiuiily Member of I'-1,, J? i..lre.l ttii.l t-oiil Iteglmetit. t V KMX. four-year-old diiiiKlitcr of Ms 'r.rrvll. ..fTurei.tum, who WHU a sec- K?im?i.ter wa seriously hurt. i,.,.. ., - iu,i whosa ware of ' ,l'nrr bw) not oeeii ileterwiiieil, killed So. 6 i-pans tlio Ituflulo creek at a IntsMit seven mile north of Krcetort, W .1.-......1. .1...... ...till. bril-e '"''"ft ''nut 15 feet above the ini. The timber on tin l.ri.lj-o seoms to tWa rot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 August 1889

Ti farBjee end Wflrtloaj man who hsv base eat la the mod ail day aaa waafe thaw boots eleaa beta euws tin th boaae. Thar will be toft. PtMlartad) aad Dry, If limit vtta Wolff'sAGMEBIacking Saves Sweeping and Scrubbing. The bonte viD nu rni deal lone, wfll aot awt pi iff and hard la snow wetac or rain, and will be WATERPROOF. Ladlaa. It, M. and Inalat tuat foar baabaad anal ona aaa ft Onsaawaak f or Onrta' Bboaa and onoa a aaoath tnt Ladies'. Uaeqnaled aea Himll Or Inn""" Bold bf Whoa Btnraa, Otooara, Prncsiota, . WOLFF A RANDOLPH, PHILADELPHIA. Common Sense In tha treatmnnt of alight ailments would save a vast amount of sicklies .nil mlsriry. One of Ayer's I'llla, taken after dinner, will assist Digestion ; taken at night, will relieve Constipation ; taken at any time, will correct irregu larities of the Stomach and Bowels, stimulate the Liver, and cure Sick Headache. Ayer's Tills, as all know who use them, are a mild cathartic, pleasant to take, and always prompt and satisfactory i...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 August 1889

1 MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 29, 1889. NO. 34 rEMS of LOCAL INTEREST , .... i.iwL-i.v nt Marks Sc. En- at tl.M per guuon. M,.tlier Shindel. widow of He v. J. ShindPl was very uaugerousiy m tiiiprovinif and may get well. Prof. C. W. Herman "kotchet" a (.ntrcn-infli winie nsn on me ;kst wot'k. Tlmt breaks the rc- JllT tWO llU'lieS. Miss Jennies MnliincoKer 01 o- lm ml Mi Kiitikle oI Centre I, " . , . T.l... T..1.1- ,1 family. sm,.l)Oily wi.vh tlmt in the other nl,,ve will follow tho ocenpn m,we follow hero. lint whore I', the ice '('c- Jv. Dcitz preached his Annual st-hoine sermon in iumuiu- l,,.lioii Sunday. The congrega- bad the c-litireli peuuuiuiiy ucr- Lteil Tbf Gilbert School House Cole ,ti,m which is usually hold on the it of August will come off this Lr on Saturday, September th. re invited. Jin- most successful advertiser using Remington liro. County It Lists, issued at Pittsburgh. ,v cover the ground the wont rmitrhly with the least expense. he Snyder County liar A...

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. — 29 August 1889

FI RATES CAUGHT. MORE SEIZURES IXBEIIKIXO SEA crrnrtnii or mi buck mamond faiici INTK.NSK r.XCITfMFNT AND INMO NATION AT VICTORIA. The steamer Olympaln brought, from Tort Townsend, Cupt. Alger, of the American schooner Allio L. Alger, anil one of lila hunt en, both fresh from Retiring Sea, and the brought news of importance with them. TUe Captain was interviewed and said: "Onthe3oth of July we wero in Retiring 8ea, as nearly as we can judge about fiO miles went of St. Paul, when we sighted the cutter Rush steaming up to us on our quur tor. We at once hove too. .Some miir.iU-s afterward a bout put off from the Rush, and Lieut. Tuttle boarded our vessel. He asked for tn y papers, which I at oneo handed him, and lifter perusing them ho proceeded with two men to search the ship. He didn't find anything, however, though it is Hot to say there was nothing to find aboard. "After coming out of the hold, when he lntd linintieil searching the sliip, I said to Liutit. Tuttle; 'Well, what luck ...

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