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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 October 1889

T. iue rcn- til deal .gtbt 389 be liriKlliD(; 9 Of l"1 I tieet M VCI-1CU, iau... '0 C0(0b8 A FOUL TLOT. ff PEED OF A FEMALE FIEITD. p,lM U-IM HOrtWO TO prTH.' in coirt .. i 1 .4 . w. it. iiannoioiuew, . .. inr ..f XVashlnirton M -..-...l with pom- mho , ... i.rlii Millor and ir Willi ,, , t...i.,i.,miimtion to tell all the m"'n ... ,.W of her husband, ' .,...lin that she should 1.1;, U"'r ' " i . fa,u 1 . l.n... .Illi thai ,.,t ef-ntenee in - - - .fcnmo lier . hut the woinm oi wi'- ......... att fl llfl llv mli turned In ,!lo the attorneys ...hit i.r i" ' l,...tivit nr lut.tl 1JPsili..n1 ever ..-.. -l whoa M". DillrJ ' l,,ared " jun'l. he stated tlmt for sev !!T,,e hs U" lit'"l,t0 i,h ,,ttr jn l that '1CU u,'r 1Usl""u, l'w ',eio Mercer comity they con- Ue mur ler, so "w - 1 ci 1 ," " est Willi l'""t " ,,,'h.pr.iprrisd the murder, say n r nn' b iiuti'i w' l"u mt the f-n '' we Wl""llie" jKiipin if- ,,, ir inr. JIUtPF.n. i,r,.re the murder he came, to 4 m I borrowed my hmbi'id's tun; ,...

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. — 24 October 1889

I V'VB n,. -' i tliintbattbtlinelBevslialf soled f tw V Irf ! f Cn - V.i ! r.nr. I navaoaMl W01FM A CMS III ..:hil-u bntinu lancarlbsa befsrssas) ari alwi.r unir.it aad ales b. Woifl'sAOMEBIacking It V.t Utivking Jot Hen, Women and :: ;ii:st ulack rou.sir. M"hv i h "Arr V, 'alrrproof ami IhirabU. .n iirurh. A Shine a Wttk. i,. ' ,' il ilh v-itrr,tnme at Odeloik. Tt 1 ' i H Jtrrrtinij nr llnrnri. (J.:.! r .) HUc.(!mn. Drnfftatt, i:d retailer caaerallF. WOUF & RANDOLPH. Philadelphia ''Try Ayer's Pills" for I'.liuuruatiHin, Neuralgia, ami (im.t. Stoi'Urn I.aiiRiiie;, of Yotikers, N. V., : " Hetommcnileil an a euro for Chronic Coitlvr iicm, Ayer's Pills loiv.t ilicvp! ni from tliut tronMe nml !.!- Truniiuut. If every vlrtiui of tlilsu!-. Would liceil only thri'H wnrtU i -lit from tin- luml. e 'Try Ayvr'n "n rills nlone, I ntly f rliruinii ulileil nm sever::! tnnmri. 1 liese I'llln lire ntonre haunter And elTeituul, mid, I believe, wotiM prove a. sped Uc Id all cases of incijiieiit R...

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. — 31 October 1889

( t t it VOL 26. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDElt CO., PA., OCTOBER 31, 1889. NO 4;i. 'b' icce it is talK rial, it. 6 W .'oath mi ;;. i IM tAME. k catitx IVtlff by tbt I lie Utrt ntoBton L OILS PERMISTPI RMINI.k in I5' )K.rmj, LCOTI, 8 Willi'-, EDS' ard Aui ico ;2 50 tv i dor tlic and i'". 'proofa',', for Suvii cbiicUhP 0 (iiu" -j HEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Reml thai old Chesnutt again. fle latest out Doibcrt's new M0K Kelt Tuesday is election, jjring t tho vote ! To-morrow, Not. 1, quail and rab- itmrefree. faJerwoar from 20 cents up at It. atUborgor B- Jim. Barbara Bilgor visited Mifflin- l.iuf li'imlf Daniel Runklo of Centre county U . T W the guest oi iu son, u. w. ukle. Home made Rag carpet 15c. yard le, flowered 25c carpet at 16 ana C. t CllCHUUtl H( ljeWlSlOWU. canister, if you want a good raw- le whip, I have something that 11 stand the cold weather, H. Oppenheimer, Sohnsgrove. The following from an exchange oretty good : There is no ab- kct excellence in early rising all pnJi on what you d...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 October 1889

probing tiii: plot THAT ENDED IN C HON IN S DKATII. THS STHsfHIBII ASB Tim WMITB IIOKSF. HOW tub Kocroa was i.inrn rnoM it if oric. Mr. nut J If At the opening of tlio Cronin trial Monday morning the State railed for Mr. Cronin, th brother of Ir. Cronin. out that gentleman seas not in the room nt the time uul Napier Moreland, an employe of Patrick Diuati, th liveryman, tu called instead. Mori laud tstified as to the facts of the hiring of th while horse mi tlia evening of the 4th of May, when Dr. Cronin tn kilt ed. Hi evidence til. I not diff-r materially from that given by Dinan himself on Satur day, either as to the taking out of tha horse or bis description of the man. A new oint was reached, however, wlien he described the condition of the hone when It relumed to the stable about D..U llul night, nrter hav ing been out a littlo over two hours. Tha witness said: "Ho win tlx iMintition of ahorse that had been driven very fast for the length of tune ho was out; liu w as sweat ing a...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 October 1889

r). USES OF TROUBLE. - r -t ! t fl Wnplil art HpAn o0,""r" MiNnrnv op sotiiow ...... n Ti ' CUi M an nvrr..win fwiKMtkm .5 Mi iifii A-ade-ny of Music I. Hrffillrn A 7'J . mi.,.,,- kvf P"' Vint, the onirinall iW- kc to i .1 made an enlarge- 'rttcmt almost ns much a a church. Ill lil!i ' .. n i,-, Than we L, Tp th hiiildin,? recently destroy,, and P'P . hon the Whole country H",,n,?' . ,. fl.ianc.ial distress. tho rep"'' disasters that L L niil.fiitlr. but any church would die ' ... mln.niMe. Now for Lira titmiV. we are out of debt. Hut wa Ll 7t Ixnst one hundnsl thousand dollar to PV. . i. riwiitvh. and wo mil 'llv" f ii creed and all land, to help. ' 'i i..,i.. .t.Mlimtn a new church we muit r""' in f i. !.!. I will never tvn'l" i'rt'-r f eliureh in d.'l.t. It has I1 . ' - ... -II nir movement, ami I LiSn'r.r aicain. war the shackle. I have last ni"-u i. r"'" v" ,,. in tvopln sitting aud stand It- tifli' a rvinistn", .'.- j - L r-n-t I'l l,Bt Wl" ,,mi SiKM 1 i ,,,,1 h? stir ir. i-n ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 October 1889

PuIiIihIipiI every Thursday. R tint tire cure H. Mayer, 831 Arch Kaiientonce.no operation nr nM delay. Thousands cured cl rc ii tit. T- H. BARTER. Editor and PiopnclOL Subscription 1.50 per year, Thursday, October 31, 18S0. Fob State Treasurer HON. 1IENHY KLINE BOYEIt. OF PHILADELPHIA. For CorsTt Kcrveyob JAMES MIDDLESWAHTII, OP ADAMS TOWNSHIP. Mr. Henry K. Boyrr has accepted nomination upon the Republican plutform adopted August 7tli, which .Iwlare that tho Kcpuimcaii i in tj Mum fullv ami honorably fulfills' iu i-mimiu-t in reirard to tho Hub imHHinu of Prohibition" and which IllUil tilv hnlorHes tho Urooks inn" Hitrh Licenne Law, with sue iLiiieinbiieiits as will tend to its prop it and progressive improvements." ( Prohibitory or permissive improve ments. which?) Mr. Boyer Agrees with the platform in tho assump i:.. 4i,.. unite of Ins party in behalf of Prohibition has been fully done.IIe has never taken an advanced position with reward to prohibitory legislation, except to favor...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 October 1889

li 9 atwri ids, s,' molt' ed 10 on IM mnu U.lviic ofcb tlnc( tlbf quo thnibr .wily f iM Fw SMlil 10 glar le out l,i beet Aw Kid re ', i.lant erected In Western VIlf I""" K r . ...vlvwua. i ..". - - ,!, to tlie laa "' ""J- ' with mo AunTi...tu ... 1..lii.. iiitil. Mf of llifin ro .ww - ( - . to tliit country aim un..." .. i - llii-m. mM.n In the I,eecuiiiirg i-nuiniry . .. .; I iinnmiiv a ri J ' i , ., ..i. rk. Tlienrin nave pk"" i"v nutiiei-t totlie re.nn oi u- sio.. If the strike Is a luinireine the advance already naiil ce St. Ei.mo Hotk Nos. BI7 & 819 Arch Strkkt, ..PHiiA.-lUtes re duced to I'HJDpfrdav. Tin trnvel lug ptibli-j will still find nt this Hotel t'lVf frame liberal provision for their I rottlfort. It U located In the linnieill at1 centres of business nnd place of nuuiement and the different lUil ltond depots, as well. All parts of tlie city, are dally accessible by street Cars constantly passing the door, It offers special Inducement to those Visiting the city for ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 October 1889

THE MIDDLKIiUKGII TOST. T. (I. II AUTK It, Kdi.oh au Tko'r. Mllll.t:iirj;ii. m.. ocr '.l.ivit. While the price of run raids and riiti! is yearly increasing, diamonds nnd whiti jx arli ure not getting dearer. The: Sultan of Turkey is frilling lie because ho is grow ing f:it ; und most il lii subjects urc disquieted because tin v can't get food enough to il likewise. If it is true: tli.it gold in ahundaucp hai been discovered in China, the Cincinnati 1'ii'l'iinr considers Ihc t " 1 -.- t i :1 (iovern Hunt in::y n Well iiiiatnlu!! hope o' driving out the American. John Hull i now discovering to hi sorrow that the recent .vt rikcH nre likely td riit I. onion her K.ist I n 1 t.-t n nmlAiis. trnliiu trade. The smaller English pint will j t 'tit ly London's mifi r: tnu'. Ill order to icplui'c tin1 full laborer sho line ( tni.-lati d to Mriro :inl S.r.ith Alinrhu II I I n ; : 1 1 ! V lias been formed ill H.ivri.i to make contract v itli a nil Mil ii r i f w hi kim n in Spain :i n 1 In ing t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 October 1889

11 ixnou. NEWS. L tDTA5C I" ATM 0.1 WINDOW P milt ttsbnrxh WIndow-Oluss Manufao Ljjtdlo aIoiice th pries of fcloss. ,,(t in tin H reaas: w ana i in l and 3, as befota, on sinsliw, and 73 ,m double, and 80 on double in less i.il lot". Lnuf K-turer say that th Western, md Northern msirtcis win advance. ii-cordiiu'T- Tl,,s nkci the sec- nraoii window-gloss since October .-ison assigned li the Increase In the hema-ala, wnicn nave gone up VI a Octulier 1. u that it only brings the price up Llstiont mode to the trade by the Mi'Kee Company, tbe tank pro- ifiictiirers, O.-tober 10 last. kisnd for glass I reported excep. oJ, notwithstaniling that Iiclgian h glass is quoted in New York at in the French Hit, which Is about lower than the American. Amer- i !im almost driven the foreign ar- 'aAi( the market alnce natural gas i.len ucJ as a fuel. v Besides the quality Aniiricin gloss a ecn grumiy improv a m'i years, " ' now ""PC'of to Ear-irs-sti product. nt; probability there will be another Ini...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 October 1889

Poor, Foolish Men. v.,:;,- .vriii-i'SMViCE. i.4 'n f :'!'. "v.mtH '! In eleht wiwks thsl I ' i I i ! t I l:-ul lltl ,r V V r ,vff so hiiol'l IdMkinaJ i ' ' . ....... r.jtuepertoblMk ir.i' . . i. . ;'.! J'.i'l-li. nMrhlastl p v ,, vi . t , i'.v n-i n'suinoMh. Common Sense la tlm treatment of slight ailinenu woulil nave a vast amount of ilcknesa ftml misery. One of Ayer'a Tills, taken after dinner, will assist Digestion ; taken at night, will relieve Constipation ; taken at an time, will correct irregu larities of tlin Stomach anil Vowels, itituiilate the Liver, and cura Sick Headache. Ayer'a l'lllii, an all know who use tlieiii, are a mild cathartic, pleasant to tuke, anil always prompt uml satlsfartory In their results. "Iran recommend Ayer'a Pills above all others, bavlug long proved tueir value as a Cathartic for mvself and fuuiily." J. T. Hess, Leithaville, l'a. "Ajfr'i Tills have been In use In my family unwanls of twenty cars. and liave completely verified all that la claimed t...

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

MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JNOVBMBEU 7, 1889. NO 44. a of LOCAL INTEREST that old Chesnutt again. latent out Deibert's new li the windows at P. M. , opposite depot. o your fino photon at Dei- iillery. Lie of Ladies ShoeH at P. M. oppoBite depot. lot of Jamestown Rtriped loods iufit received at P. 31. h opi08ite depot. .uunrimeut of ladies fine Lttons just received at V. M. h opposite depot. ler new lot of 3 and 4c Print Mams at P. M. Schoch s op- lopot. aHortment of color of Bilk ft P. M. Shoch's opposite dc- ler b'g lot of thoso $1 per kinketa received at P. M. h opposite depot. ist-bound express was dc- iree hours on Monday morn- eount of a freight wreck at urg. Uk for the Mazou collar it lest, just received from the for sale at P. M. Schoch's depot. brwig has preaching every Jthis week and Saturday af- preraratory to holding the Supper on Sunday. Iter, if you want a good raw- lip, I have something that id the cold weather. Oppexheimer, Selinsgrove 1 Wittonmyer is digging out V...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 November 1889

TIIKMlDDLKKUlUill POST. T. H. HAliTLH, KimoH A5D IWiu Mll'Ul.h.lll i.'l. M.. V. ,, I '.!. The sentiment i;l t;i llrail is spri ., ', in i j.y ti.i iiir'i'is improbable that I)ont Vcii-. i l-.-t i ii. 1 t 1"' the last Kmpcr.ir. f.i or f n republic very rapidly, ar.l it The t-l.lpyar U the irrcit l.-.!; s nro bi;y building thir'.ylH e Maimer of (', "..'id . hirg. ly of steel. AimdiiuT them re line e of tlx' new "w iialc-bai 1." stt.lin sis, at Duluth, Mil. n. SLfeEP. Thorn best of Oofs ehol'vst blessings Slo'-p; Better than earth caa ofi.-r wealth, powir, fntii'i. They clmnf dor-ay; thou always nrt tUa Mtlin. Through nil tho yoar thy fr,hnos thou Overall lniils tlilno even pl-tims According to a recent c-'imati" t::i JllllllllT of Will Ver-si-W launched las' ca. by the mt v:il !). its of tin; world mi iix!; Wen , while more than building h n it !! one hundred d. The nick, tho worn, tha blind, tho lone, t'.io Initio, Ili-'.-irlnu thy traa pill footstopt b'-Jo thy name. Anguish Is sooth...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 November 1889

SNAP SIIOT& DjCB JLSD FOREIGN JOTTINGS. , ntalor wnw vomn isttrxT m. cry KiWe" ,ct,cr on tha croates .pmirtlio". I" w,,ich he l''n!ite.l that rt'i wciililx b 0cn to settlement, 'l It"ifl rejoicing among th settler Ulb.,rJcr of the laml. T!) United States man-of-war Galena, In ..j bound, went aground on Komer shoal, y,t York bay, It w,u ifwWverl Lours later. A ,vndiint has been formed to rurnish ll(Vwitb wuleh toopena newstenm-boal tetwecn Chicaxo, Milwaukee, Gladstom OwinomiJ. which in.lii atei that tbt rtlian I'ucilic will have a line Into i.lg.s j. Nrs-aM. wlio abscondo-l from Chip. Tsr'all. Wis., nrvjrl niontlis aio, with jtll'OOW, h.i b.-o.t litel in lirail. rtflnnnowofthp seismi fell In WH-.';.'ra-k 'fii'-slnr tiilit ami Wolnos , m'l in Mine it was so heavy iiwPMiK'l-'.v-''l in consoiim-nce. i .nt .'Vt!er went fnim Han J.iso, Cal., i.irl. HI.. t' eir..vt a reconeiliiitioti ' h;s wi!"-', 'l'i hl left him, hut filling vet tie ii't liliii-clf lliroiMli ttiu ,Vi:nvier T. V. n. ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 November 1889

Published every Thursday. T- H. BARTER, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. remedy t Is it in free trade or pro tection, did we try free trade at any time. TIicko are questions the wri ter will not attempt to discuss, but theso two words blind the poor far mer and are Ins cternbl ruin. "Why Thursday, November 7,18S0. THE ELECTION BOYER ELECTED BY 60,000 SNYDEIl COUNTY TOLLS A LIGHT VOTE BUT THE G O P. GETS THERE AL-LE SA-MEE ! Snyder County Official: DISTRICTS. All iimn Beaver Beaver 'West. . Centre ('liaprniui Franklin Jackson Middlehiirtfii . MiddlccreeK . Monroe Ferry Ferry Went . . Fenn Spring Sel in strove. . . Union Washington . . Totals. Majority. St. Treas. 4 '22 K2 2:1 !l 28 18 45 101 'IT, : m va 40 C.7 TiO i;o r."( C,:i 4.'t r4 47 80 :r 74 H7 K! l(Ht 70 31 87 C.5 1J28 708 C'JO t, JO "i re 7 110 111 si; in 517 CI 03 (lit 71 )! r 84 147 r.7 !( r.m ril , , i me aoove mine snows a very liwlit vote for Snyder county. At last year's presidential election 3, !M. vo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 November 1889

i,,jifn Ihoeveoi miuirau r 10 i-rrinnimro nnn ldli' ti'n uixm oil my friind lit .k rbrt mi'l "P" PonffrKitioiiii t i . hit wriniMH tiro riiul lit alwctifo of -"M l .l ... 1 L ,P1L l;!,1ll irr'MII. unuirini uui I'll rill) 1 . : .ll....l.., . -il aivl Hivnlil mm n" in win, i-aimoi 8t. Elmo Hotku Nos. 817 & 810 Arch Strkkt, I'hil'a. lutes re duced to 3 00 per clay. Tlm travel ing public will still ttnd at thin Hotel the name liberal provision for their comfort. It I located In the burnetii Ate centres of business find place of amusement find the different 1UII Kond depots, as well. All parts of the city, are dully accessible by Street Cars constantly passing the door. It offers special Inducements to those Visiting the city for business or pleas ure. Your patronage respectfully nollcited. Jos. M. Feger, Proprietor. Valuable Town Property for Sale. nrtfrsljfnpl will sell his property, sltunte HIhiw of TniXPlvllIn nt 1'rlvste Hiile. me or the newt- HlArknmltn stands in the and will b...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 November 1889

t. . . - THE CKONIX TRIAL. A. THREAT MADE 1Y COUOIILIN. till Mr!PE WAXT MORI TKHTIMOST STRtCKIft OIT. Judge McConneU' court, In which tha Cronin trial if In progress, ws called to or der nearly half an hour later than usual rhursday morning, Sheriff Matson stated thai he had not yet bwn able to serve tlie ntta hnient Issued fur the ar-est of Kdw.ml Fpellmau, of l'eoria, the district otiicernf the Clun-im-Oacl, "The Bhi'rill'uf I'eoria," suid Mr. Matsnn, "tele graphs mo that Mr. Hpcllninn cannot lie found." Jude l.iuureneckcr expressed the opinion that the State could get along very well without him. l'atric k McOnrry, who occupied the chair t the time of the nnjoiiriiini'iit, was the first witness. Mr. Liiimihuc, of counsel for the defense, moved to striko out all that part of Mc lorry's evidence, niven Wednesday, in Which Mr(5nrry described his Visit to the house of defendant () Sullivan, after Ir. Cronin's murder, and at which time lie nuetiofe. n'n!livaii closely about his con tr...

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

FAREWELL Lt wonos of uooit ClIKKII. F . ' th IIolT iVn1. ins Miubark- . tir T Po "Witt Talmnge, D. D.. on M"1. v:. ....ii.otis of friend through the r l;ll him until tho .hip." Hi Lt'iii .... .... ... fr;.i.pnntl Mow in full: T.fc.n ..re tlinn twctity-fiv mljlion peo- l" ." . I . .li mn the won!. 1 countries to whom my wtrinon " k Vv week, in Knglish tongue and Ilia Kinnnosa 01 1110 I - ..r.-M r"'., ...I ... tiioirraiher on the eve of for tho Holy Land. 1'alentino. read this sermon I will I mill Is" i .... i. lw ffoiio a few week, on a V ,' (on -iicy. i K' because I want for r'. ', i..,.rer niul render, to see. Ueth- nnd Jerusalem, and 1IHI Nnnroth, .yd. III-. . n- ,.,,,l LrT. !!. nr.. ntul rlnttli nnd ki num. sinmo ; - - - -- if f.ir o-lloin, Life of Christ, co liecauso 1 ' ml mitt 1.A sne torwviii, tnp.illftnt, the kyJJ, the grvlT Mll and o,lmr canvas. Faith is our canvas. Hoist it and tho wind of henrcn will drive you ahead. Hail made out of any other can vas than faith will lo s...

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

X v.. " ' I , ' $1,000 REWARD f t any m who win eontradtal or pfuof oar Uua Last icm Blacking WILL WOT INJUR! LEATHER. 1 L To wV u IntaTllgwrt Uot of thK ley the Mlowj jumniKal: tlane a strip ol leather In botil" nl Arena blading, and It It tbsee a day a owoth. Taaa it ontead hang H ap to fir? and am in Ha eoodiUoa aanfnlli. We r-onnnmd Udioa l.m a similar test srtth French Ir"rtng '' Knllaaaen tritb any liquid aniatfcm of sie Bis. k I. ta?iU liquid blsrline thai oodss la stone Jugs. Wolff'sACMEBIacking Makss enj kind ot laathar WATERPROOF. SOFT, AND DURABLE. U beautiful, rich. UMIMMY POI.IMII Is an. equaled. tm Utf-or md annvnr. A PwlMi I-weta Month for Women, tod A Week fwMr,aadllraf leather ew Foar .lanlha without rsoorstlng. WOLFF & RANDOLPH. Philadelphia. Juld br Shoe n tores, urooara. ana aeeisn rmnn, The Old Doctors l)rev Moo.l, modern dortors cleanse It j tietiro the Inrreaseil domand (r Altera tive. It In now well known that most diseases are ltia. not to over-abundance...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 November 1889

Vol 26. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., NOVEMBER 14, 1889. NO 4f. ii w MS of LOCAL INTEREST -Read Cash Chcsnutt's Burr." Xie latest out Deiberf new :oto. The glories of nutumn are depart- I Se:ore your fine photon at Dci ,rti gallery. The lay are rapidly drawing to iP dhortest span, and theevenings ,,ng. lonff. afford a good time for u1y. The eihtor of the Post is in the ivn Mountains this week with the jJJleswarths, Fetterolfs and Has :jfer Company hunting deer. Our old friend Joel Qrohs of Ccn P township, raised a turnip which mured 2(5 inches in circumference, we mistake not Sir. Grohs will be titled to tho belt. John Francis and J. B. Enterline ving taken charge of the shop in aiiklin, offer their services to our nplo in the butchering line, either the shop or at private residences. Teanihtt r, if you want a good raw le whip, I havo something that 11 stand tho cold weather, H. Oppknheimeb, Selinsgrove. K new schedule went into effect on f S. iL Railroad on Monday. ie ouly differen...

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. — 14 November 1889

JONES vs. GREENE. THE WAR OF EXTERMINATION. MSHH OF HOSTILITIES PFTWF.r Till JOKES A.XD UMKENi: rAMU.IKS. The I:tttft di'vcloporncnts In tlio wnr be tween tlio J inn htuI Greene ftniilics.ln Hun cock county, Tcnu., are of more tlian orliu nry interest. Up to date six lives have been lost, two men iircmairue-1 f, r life, two have been sen tenced to i ii i Ti- i i iiihi) t for ten years, and one to imprisonment fur life. The latter, Western Gilber. who kille d John Devault, an adhcrnut of the lire -no faction and was Bs'iitcnced to lm titi I this moiitb but exo cutive i leniency save I liim froir. the gallows; was placed in tho S ufe Prison in this city. He Is only H years of age. Advices from the seat of wnr in Hancos'k county oro to the effect that llnmp (ijiene. who a day or two ngo shot mid itiMtitntly killed James Greene, a relative, but arrayed on the niile of the opposition faction, Las fled, und that n hot chase is being m lo by forn-s with which J.uncs Gteciio operated nt the...

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