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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 November 1889

TALMAGK IN ROME. c emu" l,AN ccmosir. r , urooklT" ",n,, rrrohfO In .i.nfctornal City. tnt alto Horn.9 AoU Tixt: ix r.r. "'?;. "?:"; rfal sndthe more good he did the ! world treated him. Hut he went lm s;oW hp proltose to go to Jorusa-'""imVh- "After that I must also sea Tv'hr did h wnt to ,hl" won" "V i. m' which I "in to-day permitted sii doubt of I, nut tn,,rB wr other ' hv he wanted to see Home. A man nitrlliKcnca and classic taste had ' ,',H,h..r reason 'r n"l lfr v ,,,.m wa "t that time in process I" '-"d he wanted to eee if. The JV.rvon then an iM structure, and i which el.spienoa had m. '"Iliunuered ' wen. ? Way the triumphal procession had M"!, marched hundreds of years, and evly mar , Tn Temple of Hat- y .lr.a'lvananti.piity,and he wanted w ' th.t The architecture 01 mo worin -Idcitv he wanted to see that. The "" C.in'tl with the triumphs, the l-',.. the disaster, the warn, the mill t"'"'..' th. twietic and the rhetorl.nl j thie itrent ritv, he wanted to em "! "a mm. like ...

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. — 14 November 1889

t PuMiHiicd every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and Proprietor, Subscription $1.50 per year. Accounts. The fnllowlnif AcroiinM rmv hn filed, exam ined and piimed In the I'rnthonntHry'rt onww. mirl win ne prewmoi 10 me nexv roiin, oi t nmmnn IMphu fur conn mint Ion. All person Interested will utke notice. Thn flrl. and final aornnnl of t. Howard I'lKh. Commit t i( the person and estate of t. B. K-url k a lunatic Ac W. W. WITTKNM VEH, rroth'y. Thursday, November 7,1889. Shamokim Dam. llio election is over and by the rcHult of this Dis trict the. Democrat must not all have been out to the polls, or per haps they were over to Ohio ami voted there. I wonder if Boonanteil wasn't working in Iowa. There must have been some cause for the chanpe. We have some voters in this County that do not belong to any party, they voto the way their grand-daddies voted, or the way some boss wants them to vote They are like a hog under a gate go the. way the gate swings. There is not much astir at present ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 November 1889

I f BXAP SHOTS. it ASD FOREIGN1 JOTTINOS. L rrri 'or MAttf kattim or mom tin tuirLT rat. MGriy. Hifti"' preacher who r feolJ tmm Sliaruokin, Pa., with tlx .... . 1 . I 1 .11 n 'jwitn in companion. !fj(ni toconert Horn into sen. j.wn ly buiMIng a canal to Cnstlefuno, ji.unt, at a coot or 05,000 00 J franc, nretd by Goncral Garibaldi, has 1 revived m l a Coinruis$lon to iamlu Uiiity Waited. . .,,.. -.llltlC ("Mil 111 " I"-" 11 '-'iin f fUt ni:inuf.clitrers oi me iiiitoa oer nrntt'T' nriniivortance to me irauo, t in prmwi r organization, vtiien yAthf combination will include the i (.f tlio rituburh Consolidated .-(ii.-iM Cttnt:niy tho UniteU (iluss ,nv, the lii'inl'iiartor or which ,-n,fcrnil t it'll iiK lift week, mid i-jkni -fc Mi'K Company, owner of jsk f'.Kv fM lnry located at Jt'iiiinctto. ,,tpin: ro1mliility Hint all tlio win 'isni.uiiifu'.luri'M of Kultliuoro anl p pi.Hvrns in Olii anil In llun.i, ,rr n 'to ttit rollil by the I'tiited Com i.il j " enter tlieecniibiiiation, aine ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 November 1889

THE MIDDLEfiUKGlI TOST. T. II. IIAKTER, Editob ard Tiio'k. MiiiiLhtiri;(i, vi.. .voir n.iKMii. It is now m'kI that English syndicates have ppcnt $50,000,000 in buying up profitable American properties. Ilecent statistics show that ii inn million Germans live outside of the Fatherland, tf whom seven million arc to bo found the United States. in The choice of Pierre as tin1 iiital of South Dakota has given the town R wonderful boom. Men bought lot for flOO and a week Inter sold them fo" flow). The Idlest Itritish annexation consists of Humphrey :inl Il'iewm Islands, in the South Pacific. They form part of the M:i:iil'iki group ami lie north of Cook's kiil the Society Islands, and to thy north cast of Samoa. It lias often Inch reported that the ii iiiiny is largely composed of I'.tili uti'I rizfl boys i 1 1 t -. 1 of stalwart men, lc.it the returns tlx not bear out these statement. Of Jo'J. TCI im ii only 1 1..V.K! me under iiim ti'i'ii years of aire, while thii tyfoiil pi v rent, are ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 November 1889

'A n tt- A BXAP SHOTS. it AXD FOREIGN JOTTINGS. flTllOf MART MATTIM Of MOMCIH imlfLT TUT. ..r.,.v a Itnttitt prnchor who ra ,.a rrom Sliamokin, Pa., with tb H""-' . . - . In ll,il.. , (..r,inTert Roma into a sen. . by buiMing canal to Custlcfuno, "ul . 1 1 si I rttfl by uetierai uariuaiiu, uu (vnl and lymraiasiuu w xaiuiuw ibiliiy BpiwIiiteJ. Iltl0 pool, in which i ...... , . .Crturers of the United " fi'o.M.iraifl m to j.rice of product , t ,listt,.r nf imHrmco to vuu vn.iu, ". ,,f nrnmiUstlon. Wlion (lie c..itil.in.ill..ii will include tlia .... i,f tiie l'ltl-iUiiiyu consuiiiiiiicj ;is r.niiiiy. 11,0 " ,,iuss i . i. ...-ft. ! f which ,;iv, til ii'i'i""'"-1'" ..fcrrcd ii.CliicaK'i ii weca, unu : - i. m. Ki Coninuny. owner of -i. ... f u iiirv locuteil at Ji'iiiitictto. ir..nK r..l.nlility Hint all tha win- ,r,iiiuf.iottircM "' ihtuiiinu-e ,,,J 1.. i 11. I.. Mtl.l lllflfllll p. oi;Mfrns in "in-. ...... - i irri (c mtrolli'l ty tlio l 11110.1 Will . i.-....a. il.it Lkii ntw .nsl.ioa...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 November 1889

A CCuIl Housewives. She farmr and working nan who hat bun eat la tim mud ail dajr can wash tueif bwxa wlaaobefure atari aCthftfcKiaa. ThermUle Soft, Polished aad Dry, U dreaeed wtth Wold'sACMEBIackine Makaa hooaekeeptng aaaliw. fcite Sweeping and ScnibUnff. TUa boots win ww a great deal Inaiar. will not ft allff and hard In enow water or rain, and will be WATERPROOF. Ladiaa. try It. aod lnel toal rm bnebend and ami uae It One a wok Ins Ovate Shoes and onaa aaootli lor Ladies. rCaeaaaledaaaHarn) DrosalnarendriaMiiat Hold by Shoe Stana. Orowwe, Prussia aa. WOLFF k RANDOLPH. Philadelphia. High -Pressure Lit hu liarsclorire these iiimlrrn ilitv. Tiu ivhiiIi li a fi'iirful iiicrciLte of llri.lu nit Heart Dlsouios Uruerul Iillily, liituiiinlii, I'araljotit, aikI L ii itiilly. t'lilmiil uikI Morphiu niitn.'iit tlic I'vil. lint ini'illi'ini) lx-Mt nil.tpli'il to tlo iwriiiuiient cimm! 1m Aver' Sar- aamirlll.i. It mtrilii'. cnrlrlien. ami Tilulizi's llu' LiikoJ, uii'l tints Hlrrutlirim evrty...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 November 1889

f , ' " Co. ContmiMiouei'. MIDD LEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA;, KOVBMBEU 21, 1881). NO 40. in r DEITBICH DISCHARGED. LgtiRlSd AT MlDDLEBUROtl OX BAT CJDAT TfO W EVIDENCE OF GREAT pfPORTAXCE BEFORE THE COURT. . na t hn usual laroro crowd Liurio - : Hl1iirirli on Saturday attcnd- rjll,"1 " - " 11 f.. r: h. charged witn ino inuruer or ' : V . l i fairlrt Iiue. 11 was uie eupposi- d that the prisoner would be dis- .,,! liv t is court lor lacic oi evi -"rf L.n.ld mfiiorilr of the Bnocta r ji v " in soeni to ho oi mo opinion mat .tnli hml nothing to do witti tuo , . . I - . iftnr the hearinir and .Tndi? e L.Ur ti ml discharged the prisoner. foal the entire assembly pressed ward and shooK the priHoner by hand. There was no startling dnmuent in the hearing. None the .l.-tertives were present. The Viwinc wns the testimony : lli Annie r isuer was mo nrst afs sworn, She said : I live Shkiuokin Dam t I know both Irlin Doitrich and Charley llano, kvftg at the Hollen Hun picnic .occurred about two week...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 November 1889

THE MlDDLKiMJKQlI TOST. T. D. HAItTER, Editor aud Pno'n. mi)tLEliftfl, I'A.. M)V. 2I.IHMI. The hostility of Cotifn Kir toward the const ruction of Nicaragua Caiinl Iiim been settled ly Arbitration, and work on the cannl in making rapid progress. Tli-; liorror which Editor S(pii1, of the rtU M"U V;rt:r. expresses nt the idea of anyone's going into journalism for tho purpose of ranking money, is justified by tho opinion of the Washington ,'Mr by the cxpcrincc of a great many persons who try it. Professor Thompson, of tho geological ui vey, who lias b rn ut work near Ht.no, "Ncv., making survey unci inup for tho purpose of establishing res'-rvoir sites for tho purpose of irrigation, is very en thusiastic ri'n:iril i nir the work, and nays thi result w ill ccicd bis niiiMt sanguine expectations. Ho is confident that through irrigation it 11 1 1 i or. . of ncr.s of ril lauds on the Pari tic c.oa.1 can be re claimed and made productive. The popular belief tin t iroiicl.iil men-of-war are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 November 1889

TUB CONDITIO OF BC3IXE58. .rotTAT ovin to PttAW IYMT BfK Pnn A Co.'s WVMy l?rWM o Til )' Burn c,in""" unanuy. ao it was hel l that Us yur'l results . . ii a vloid has bn,on the whole, rTt the Uripnt ' """ The MM) be,','T tM ,n0lim,,m . At.. a..lllN n.in will rK-hwlntir previous one, if the latest "1Jlu 1 11... ...... ..., will .Trill tiK'in re corr" 1 " . ..r.pHiielv MO.(s,0 to iOO,- n0 0 bifliel!; the oat crop ii also the lar ftret known, end the shortage in jotfttooi m.lfruitli iminoinr-ly overshadowed by the Bin in nio.it. mo exports oi provisions 1 cattle in tVL.hor were H2.70i,S57 In ral- y ,tilit V,m-.-i I n year, a g un ui uo, ' jnt; KtmI while the brondstiilfa rnove J0BtWBllhV,,Whort of last year's, the increase In C"t on he" ho,'n enormous, The hnkcW'tiirs ihoweitiiu becauss of tho (.Mrlitisl elation, laii y.iir ami us inivr miti.m of biuines, hut the Increase at New York lH'r t-"nl" 1 ,r nv iwr ... I'hllft.h'li'hia and C'liloRK", 17 it cent., mdillotlu'rdtitMHir cent. I Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 November 1889

Sfrt 3titoleknj& Host. I'uMislipd rvcry Thurmlay. T-E. BARTER, Editur and Piopnetor. Subscription $1.50 per year. Thursday .November 21,188!). Siumomx Dam. Dr. John A Strouse, only child of Elias and Sarah StroiiHc, was born in Monroe townnhip, Oct. 22, WA, died Nov. 11, 18H3, ived 21 j enrH, and 20 iluyn. He was a prominent young man well educated and well liked by all who knew him. BchhIch a common Hchool education, he attended Se lniHjfrovo Institute for four years and graduated. He taught two term of Hchool at Khaiiiokiu Dam with good buccchh. He read medi cine under the direction of Dr, Sheets of Northumberland, and was. attending lectures this fall at the Jefferson Institution at Philadelphia where ho contracted the sickness which proved fatal. He took sick on the. 21st of October, one day before his birthday, with malaria symptoms which tin lied into typhoid. Ho was somewhat neglected while in l'hila di lphia, but after his return he had all the aid through Drs. Hottenste...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 November 1889

MAGE AT v ;fj SfOiiM AT. U lonn Taught tr H I ...,iiiTranei Voyage. jit-- HUto-l .. i.4 n 7 ram to twin fnt (A'W Yji$nftt I! " Acta MvlL, 44. fl-TtftM rnr historical 'ty. whi-i V'", , . Wnvixe It wm tho terminus .r,w.n ro.l of the asf. the 2r-ha..wlntf a city which own ".Lmorrow morning leart your hur- 1j .(ut machine at Athens and Cor i" .iwint tho Mmltterraucan to 1 Kavpt. I hnri ni ralinfc- "" . i.." . Nrw Trntanieiit of a in an Alian(rin .i.u rr month of November, t " . ... ivinff in a port not very rar i"" f-rl that vessel wore two kr. i .i onn, Jowij)nu, via I'd1 l..v trnllff mason to xnnvk-t. one l'atll br , wnn Ki'iiiB to prison for upMtMng m lhir lermea ii ni . . i i i i.i.i -tUrf l inn miiwin, mwt-m. A. hi.r Pmil knpw almost at (liftUI n H hml b-wi irMi.lv: ho ha.l kM cniwtnii. aim TK rauU They v wine ir tola. T worth, i danger, rd to land. fourth of the population. There are 8,004 languages iu the world, and its in habitants profess more than 1,000 religion. With then poi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 November 1889

,s REVOLUTION. THE FALL OF DOJt PEDRO. DFatii or tug unr.xr AMKT.ICI rxrii: A the liiRTii r a ur.n ulio. The revoliitionMs have sue 'reded In nvw throwing tho Eiii;iirj of Itraiil and is!at lishing a Republic, witli tiuuaial tin I'unscca l'rci.l.Mit. The Emperor has sailed for Lisbon. Ho was uoti'l.sl I iy the Provisional Uovcrnment it his dcp iitioii mn! informe 1 that hi! civil list would ho o otitiuiied. llii was treat ed with tho utmost courtesy. ISahla i.i wes tno new rcgiiup, but most n( tlie ntlipr jir.iviri.ci roc jgni.e th rcpi'lili '. Dr. Harboa, the new Minister if Kiiiitix-e, nnoiincif th it all contracts made. ly tlio late Imperial t jverniii'.iit will ho maintain ed by the new government. Tho opposition from Ilihla will not amount to much. The province, with n pro Viiici.il capital of Hie kiiik namo, n lj' miii the province of llio ilc Jaueiio on tin- rtli. Within in hoiiii'l irn'4 tho liberate I slave are in gretr proportion than el.vhere, hem e the opposition. It is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 November 1889

jSaoeat BRINDISF. Itmon Taught by ft HUto.-U IKlitPrrncB Voyage. i., "nfi mi i ,,; i fniiM .r..i. mru rjaUmfrlo Mad- AcU xxvtl., 44. viitcd Jrr,',r historical city, which rJJJj to becauae it waa tho terminus L? mt famous road of the ago, the ipi.inn War. and for it mighty ,n,Vrshailowing ft city which oven Uil'i hosts mld not thunder down, " l to-morrow morning leave your har "Lifter touching at AUmna and Cor- ToTm!' about ,no Mediterranean to Ll'na. KBXP- 'hBT b,n alng VoimU in my Now Testament of a . rtrmwnn voyego in an Alexandrian It wa this very month of November. n Iving In port not Yery far frt. On boaril that vessel wuri two '-riutiel passengers: one, Joaephua, tho ' v we have strong reasons to the other, a convict, ono l'aul by ' iho was going to priaou for upsetting Of M IIICJ " IIIII till' ii aiW'tc- down." Thia convict hnd gained witklwe ' Captain. Indent, ink that mm anew aimoat aa k .ij.ui the ana aa the sea aa did tho Caiv ... I... I .l,l...,Ll tl.J... L ilrMt'ly; ho ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 November 1889

4; . ... : II III I. . l - - ,!i ii .. i .. ..'I'll Wolff'sAOMEBIacking BEATS the World. It l the Best HARNESS DRESSING Tho EEST for Men's Boots " Ladles' " Children's - ATlKOr.VTEtr WATKRMOOr. COSYENSnndPReSKRVESth. Leather 'r- ft v'k f"f tru't kntif ae awe m mnmlh fr " ti m,mvl I farat ttltft It RMkfM Lb handrvmn-t t::tl nt durable mlih yn mf maw, Yiq il n't ;L if men mnA men with Mnk wng lrph and try ft. IWnun ymr eT-tnilfMhi-v tv.-fVtiJ hnl In no raarni yon should tA rir trutwik lltbi iroM Uian naulese lilxf, K4.1 i Urm-er., tikiI.v sal Cfcue Dealer. WCIlf F & IUN301PH. rmuoEum "Try Ayer's Pilic' Kor lilifumaliKiti, Ni'iinilia, nti.l Sti-iilieti Lansing, of Yon kern, N. V , y ; " HetMiiiinpniloil a. a nirn Chrnnln CoMlveni'KK, Aver' MM l.:it. rillevt'd ma from tliut ironhln itn.i from Uout. If every vii tint .( tin., ..... Site would licoil only t)ir word . f ut from thi lam!. e 'Try A ver a ' I'lIN nlone, 1 fitly of rliciiniit. Illl'll IIIH HI-VtTllI month, i iit-Nf i'ni., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 November 1889

tone.- I i f't VOL 26. MIDDLEBUHGH, SNYDER CO. PA., NOVEMBER 28, 1889. NO 47. CO EMS of LOCAL INTEREST I J I ; to OR IT, INCH. lip ii f niid bJ I) eft to II) ;r )ll 'och actum 111 so. ;sa'& LA ME. UlLK ranlx iuibr H Instituo next week. Read ChPfnutt's Thunder. Great bargains in remnants, at P. Schoch's, opposite tlopot. , Secure your fine photos at Dei- L'l gallery. Ak for the latent hat. the Mazou, P. M. Schoch s opposite depot. kke latest out Deibcrt's new )tOH. uJire Buchcr has gone to Marys- !e, KaiJHad on a business trip. luntzberger pays the highest h price for all kinds of furs. "ine Bilk plushes, all shades for ., at P. 31. Schoch'n, oppowte do- t. iss Fauny Bowcrsox is about to ve to Aaronsburg in the family nicT. M. L. Deitzlor. Kreeger sold 211 barrels of hiimn apples this fall and could te dinposed of again as many. notlier lot 'of new dress goods Lived at P. SI. Schoch's, opposite fhe outlook for the contribution is bright. Ten million new pen- t are to be coined. '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 November 1889

Till: DEFENSE. PROVING THAT WHITE 13 RLACK. fur. ciioMM si-sri-crs tryiimi tj save Tima KI'i'KS. rntr' k I'iimn, livery stal.lo keeper and on hit of tin' famous white liorw, i the first witncs culled Thursday. Ic testified tlint his burse was in a (linn1 museum in Chicago, mill 1 1 : i 1 been fir three weeks Thin, hi- mill, wa thcsume horse thut he had 1 1' Ciiughlin's fr. vml huvu on the even ing of tho murder. Imis P.U'leiibeiidcr, of Hoboken, N. J., then railed to the witnes chair, lie testified that he was u real potato ugctit nrnl that he ivnliii Hohoken fur years, with the exception df the period between Aug. t, l.s, mi l May vl, Is-vi. when ho lived in t 'hicag-. I Mi ring that time In' li veil tie;ir the Windsor Theatre ll.it, in which I'r. ( 'rointi livi.il with tin.1 1 'on U li lis. On the evening of the murder tin; witne-.s was in Jiii-ki'i's cigar More, ..ppo-ite Ir. Croiiiu's residence, lie wa positive that In1 wui in t he cig ir mure lit 7 u'c'ih k. ami may have remain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 November 1889

I. J V - Ut!: e:i !j n-lf.- .1.1, i.r. i '. V. ' . Uu V ij'.r; tu. ill uuuii.l IAIJ .1 1 i .u'j. it's.. a... .I.t. .... i.riiH. Ultra , cream.. VOllK. ...I ixel.. .Til . i t.'M Uitut .. 1 cut- Blew ' ...lei. u io I were ii"" i ... ruin l.l'vV'-!. I : K riir" - , Ct (Vl'1', iitH'fc .leetcJ "': . folio" 1 , roots'"' ' r-lllltl i .'OKI. tO t! " Ml 111 .IS rasge showers. .niii.vri:mil.T AUK ;.B"l ..,.- HOT ! . rm Until Four lct DBfp "" .r. of Klh mnA rirsca -r Flc tn" -" fallen " fnmit. L rrrt singular r -e..... n ,,. Iwn a the "rain u lulcl snd contradicted by some a, 'lit mcro '" i Lurh occurrences of the crnt.-w k;0tl t"l romniuun ... ..... U Arlclny ' ; which ne g'l " ; of frotf npar louiouse, ami ,ut he himself numerous ,.0. on the cloak of two jfcntlo wfrccstufht In tho shower on ,u" .... .i - Jtlt. ..,,... In tl-biell M"' "-.J - 4 .1.. trnrf linjr arnvcu .. i- -,h. ,tonr. burnt, the road mid 1 . I ,. .tvinhltf-lv full vn""" ., - , . In ome p.scr nppearuu " V! four fe f t deep, an...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 November 1889

I'uMislii'il ovrry Thurtulay. T- II. HARTER. Editor and PropnetGr. Subscription $1.50 per year. Tliursday,Xovein1or 2S,t88!). Ueavektows. Z. 1. GronB boM bin fiirm one mile west of town to Joliu Hctrick for $10,000. Ilev. J. O. M. tfwenglo ooiniuenc- cl n protracted meeting in the Evuiiyiliciil church on Sunday eve- A. M. Carpenter hail a valuable bull killed by n freight train hint week. Prof. Billlmrt bus a cIuhh in in strumental music in town. riulin Hcilmter in "ilaubiiitf" bin house with paint. Duniel F. HanHingcr returned from Kaunas after an absence of over one year. Miss Mary Dreeseof Dayton, Ohio is visiting friends in town. Paxtosvii.lf.. Misses AUa Shaiu lmugh and Evoni Attig went to Lewislmrg lust week where they in tend Maying (ill they are homesick. Ira L. Attig is visiting in Tyrone. We congratulate the Y. 1'. Mite Society on having received such a beaut if id name as some of our peo ple have been pleased to give them, viz. "Angel." They couldn't have 1'ound a I utter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 November 1889

I STAKLKY HEARD FROE i St. Ei.mo ITotkl, Nos. 817 ii 810 Arch Strkkt, Phiia. Uate re duced to $3 00 per dv. The travel ing pnblln will still tint I at thin Hotel the same lihernl provision for their comfort. It Is loon ted In the immedi ate centres of business and places of amusement and the different Hull Koad (Upntx, as well. All part of the city, are daily accessible by street Car constantly passing the door. It offer special inducements to thone visiting the city for business or pleas ure. Your patronage respectfully solicited. Jon. M. Feger, Proprietor. Would You Like to See Something of a Very Etaeptionnbte Chncrater t(tyDiDn DatD WeM Made floftlhiDinis 11 you won in, go to rue Important BUfOfftade bj entralDryoo ) llni imnw imi-j"" His Hardships the Bedrest He " " Has Ever Indured, Tal lr) tha flnl 1 SELINSGROVE, PA. e Anil Hpeud a littli'.Time to look over their display of dsSfore s! uni lM$3. ii Cb ;itor Yen: tor. ads, a rmin; is,- t qw-' IS nd the exteliiy' s,Hats m , Noti...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 28 November 1889

THE MIDDLEIiUKGII POST. T. U. 1IAHTER, KnnoBRDrKo'iu Mns. "STcMtwAM." Jackkox writing her hu'liand's biogiaphy. is It i:i said tlutt (.hicen Victoria lias jrolitaMo real-estate invcritments i New York. San St.vAMn is the first of tlio Central American republics to entail lirth telephone service throughout lit 'crritory. 1'kmm.K telegraph clcik in llnnin an not allowed t inai rv nny one lmt telegraph nlVu-ial, and there in, coiino tjueiitjy, biiUr (lifatiMfuction. If. 1). (li:K(ii, once (Sen. Sheridan's uivnto secretary and coiitiectoil with prominent men, 1ms been nc;it to a Kuii.siis jail for hir.c Mealing. ( ! isf. n n Ks.-t li:m it i iintioynncc, too. .Ir. IMimn is called "Old Macaroni" I iy tli Mei.lo l'u 1 1: Iiovm, who have h uril Unit he hn-t 1 ecu mado a Count. Awiviiiin i 1 1 eititor apologizes for 1 lie 1. it i nesH of I, in .iicr ly mn ing : "Wo were unable to pve prnpor ntlcn tio:i to work owing to our viot' ill lies." Tin: (lovi rimieiit monopoly articles .f Honduras ar...

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