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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 February 1892

1 Si Joha f REV. OR. TALMAGt'S SERMON. BII.KNOB BEIGNED IN HEAVEN. Iht Sermoa M Delererfd by the Brooklyn Divine. Tim m7hrr tiUnet in kit bo tfie spare o Aa ait hour." Refla tion TilL, L Ths busiest pliMW In the universe in hMTpn. It ta the center from which All (rorxi ln flnracM Mart. It ii the erml at winch all good results) arrive. The Bible rprwnti it active with wheels n I winjr ami orcbra tree ami procession mount! or chsriotod. But niT tet describe a spsoe when the wheels ced to mil, anil the trnmpef to sound, end the voices to chsnU The riders on the white horses rrin 1 In their -nrer. Tha doming! wers hushed and tee processions b site I. Tba ban I of arnwt waa pnt nroa all tha rpiondnra, "Stop, liparenT cried an omnipotent voles, and it atoprd. For thirty minutes everything celestial stood still. "There wai sileuce ia bet Ten for half aa hour " from all we can learn it I tha only tima tesven ever stopped. It Hoes not stop at other ritiea for tha night, for thnra I no night ...

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. — 4 February 1892

- V ; ; t. lit Victo. tbe arn. Order ot "'IIUIli Y i thepri ( PEACE NOW ASSURED CHILI SENDS DUB APOLOGIES Vnent the Attack on tha Bailor In Yalparalto. Radr to Arbitrate If the Judament la not Satisfactory. Weahlnirton, D. (, Jan. 30rrMident Harrison furnished ('nnarmi with the final aomepminence in the liili affiir, tether with Chili's reply tit the ultimatum. His tneaaafe icoompmivmt; the correspondence Is as follow: To tht Ssna'i and llmur of 'iVfv.rnf.i'trr.f: I traasmit herewith additional corre spondence In-twini tlm ilovi-rnuient of 1 hill, OKtxIitinij .if a not of Mr. M " t'i ( hlieaii Minister at UiisrapiUl.to M 1 hiia, dated January- 21, a reply of Mr. .oittia thereto of date Januiry j7, atria dipati-h froaa Mr. Kan. our Miniver at Seutiaro, transmitting therr.oneof Mr. IVrn.ra, the Chilean Minl-ternf Koreitfn AfT.iir., to the fioU of Mr. Illaine of January Jl, whi. h w recrlrail by me on the UTtli innt. The note f Mr. Montt to Mr. Jllairie, lliouuli dated Janna'yil. iu no...

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. — 11 February 1892

I'fl'l' 1 i . i V ' Udl the pus I a raiWYT ri aasrm, .BXrvirmE r lTS MIDDLEBU. IGH, SNYDER CO., PA., FEBRUARY 11, 1892. NO. G. ITEMS Of LOO AL INTEREST The celebrated Pittsburg StORics 4 for 5c at The Cash Stort. t,1 V H Maurer'B new adver tisement io this issue. "The days are gliding swiftly by," and spring will soon be with us. The days now increase at the to of 11 minutes per week All Underwear sold at cost. The Casb S.e. At zero ice thickens an inch and a half in twenty-four hours, suits ior u-yeur uiu wj . mn 1 1 l...a ST I V . flf . R. Guntzbergor's. I fiountT Superintendent Herman is confined to his house with sore throat. - The card announcing Jere Crouse for Associate Judge came in too late for this issue. Hip I Hip t For Oysters the best brands at lowest prices, go to M. Shannon's Restaurant. Everybody buys at tbe.Cash Store Why t Because they buy 10 and 15 nor' PM t. cheaner than at a credit tore. The license for the "Washington House has been transferred to Car bon Seebo...

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. — 11 February 1892

1 OH J 1 V n oh wic net tea, Toi I bi; (hi date thei froa Iran Qiil not f M Jam Dots 2Sib notii lh-.t Tt th I imi Mat! for t of th or ot frirnl rf tnr c7 ernm Thu me, to mi effort an in nnity It he Villi w e. Tn,' Kol. ' Wniti'1 l-antii t hrntii Sis: to ree (inn, lliJr Hon. nt t itati i)( Ortob' 2M I Stat Kxfi; rxami. him bj respect," arais r, aij mony VS(I, witnuas. folios First I there iJ tho dial of thi H uiHin tli r-latea wa fK'lini; i ami nut Lin onifi 1 ScC' HI s lMiriJ lu (irotecijl tUB ('OIL 'ion irovug i . Wharlot A snlialils) l,aration r Tieut of tin Til B A MinisUT K lllaine'i lett ittack on tb liscuss tlie c States had Mlanie s k or NDieliii t ttrn. nun, u Without 4 nssiou ss tc ii'i'iul eiin-ii wl i eii, tut) una det-laie miiX bill l.imeiit.1 id l y wav ol el .ng and tli e j'mticeof I gness not to j amiuing Jud J States Uov itted to thee, urt of J ustii tt that high . partiality, a l, whether li .tarutiiin and Ik IRKS MtrtT - w 71 Crime and Penalties. Frederick Nieileck...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 February 1892

BEV. DR. TALHAGE'S SEBCOiL INKIKO TO XH LVL OF BUTTIES Th Ssrmoii M Dsllsarsd by ths Brcoilra uivine. TfTTi "0 fAf vim upon (A jTfni ,fYrft.e.'iad'aeur." Daniel lr., 88. Colonel Pawllnson, ths oriental traveler, says that the ex hum! bricks, not only of Unbylon, tratof a hundred town In an area of on hundred miles in length and thirty in breadth, ara Inscribed with tlia name of fiebucbadnexxar. He waa a great warrior andst the glanes of bis sword nations proa (rated themselves. He waa a groat king and built a city reservolmlnety mile in cir cumference and one hundred and twenty feet deep, and constructed a hanging pardon four hundred feet square and seTnty-flv feet high, some say to please Amuhia. his wife, who had been born among the hills, and others say to get a pleasure ground free (mm the mosquitoes, which afflict the levels. I think from his character the latter reason may hare Impelled him as much aa the former. When he conquered King Zed ekiah, so as to bare no more trouble ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 February 1892

Pi Published every Thursday. H. BARTER, Editor and Proprietor. IILX r aant the arrW imp 1th C iem M fo blAa I Irt mnde bill, c hlleai atrJ J uereti rom I ratmir 3il!M' iH ol wdve if Mr. anta iii AU. a iftfifld .hit 111 Tha', the 214 rima q MaUa; n.r th t.f th nrt of frifiic ma n o Just ern in Thi me, t 01 ITi)r'.. rinhf. an li , Tin it ; tl U with ' Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mint bo pntil In advance when sent, out Klile the county.) RATES Or ADVIRTISINQ. All tranvli'nt nilvertlvmerita not otlnrwli eotitrartotl fur will t iliuriffil at lit nitf of 11 conta per line (nuiiimrli'l ni'innre for first liiwr tlnti ami lucent per line fur every Milwt'nuint tnm-rilon. Thursday, Feb. 11, 1892. I.) r IlKI liof tatj Or 2lH, StH hi. J pari wi'l fo' r thr the eft t-u fl ami n be unt hec 11 L tValpuM in jirotcctum - I me police 'lorn rov 4 wi if.l.An 1 11" I ponce Si 1 J. tna. A Crisis for Young Men. Presuming tlnit 0110 party in as good ns unotlirr s fur a t lie people aro eoncrriH'd, i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 February 1892

)ok eel ill 1 Brief Fum Hausa Barrick l..in TCvAXAL IIaRDF.R. " " . . iir I)cb is Shollt lcnr, otnier uenp Lr" we der EnKlih mou Biiwct, ea Lr wo Je tnaitle ile boovn frogafar &. Ich bin frob on en olla Her n fzeit, cebt 08 do maido do nisH doo imnKR un de boova wara bnne.1. Kernel. conHht do dieh ich arinnera wo do di fraw g'froRt liHht far dicb bira T Ich con, un ;ln irh elawb oa yader ebber ga in n-t is drin dou will icb tlerc's fur- hela. Do kenubt do Tolly T So l my aw. Well, wo icb bo about ocb-tzio olir olJt wore, don woro icb shunt i an ordlicbor knupp fun mil boo. 'ff ro mobl bin icb awfonga duhr .... i i ir.. .nrn. bluieh un inowuericn. ji.v LroHO-mominy but g'nnined icb daid a midla m-eeea un bo but awlongu mere tio niancba fun gn-grider ous !ein gorda. Ich bobs net neinina welln, awer bo but druff innist un icb bobs eycl odder wolo evva dnnka misHa. Awer ch hut mere nix g nuim. Icb bin ols mowdcricber wnrra, bob tnv nbbudit farlora un bo ben g'niun- .! ieh daid on cl...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 February 1892

!?4 b vo 1 'ba Ya . Thi wai bou ba br dl s" THE M1BDLEBURGU FOST. T. 0. H AltTEH, Edit ajo Pius'm. UWnLKIiUUa, I'A. fRIt. 11. 180.' In 1881 the popular voto was 10,000, 000; iu 18SS, 11, 100,000, and it will probably reach 13, 0011,000 votes in lf2. Says tlio New York World: Our school rooms arefillcl with spectacled childicu. This wa nit the cans before optical records and vid'.s wort) made. The Boston Hon! 1 thin ".t perma nent Census Bureau would jirolin'oly not materially increase tho gross cxpensa of titling the ccnu, white tin results attained would be much nnro accurate an I valuable." "Which succeeds better, tlio city or the country boy i" is sui 1 to bj a favorito qie-tioti for discussion in country de bating societies. Tim geaera! trend of o;nion seems to be,' iin'.e the Philn d lphin Kccord, "tii'it th-j country boy su. ccc 1 1 b"tli r, but only nfur he bo co in's a i:ity boy.'' - u:ic n.siiii oi me injr.isii pro.ccio rare in Egypt, nc.v irrigi'ioi wjiks ,. 1 ,,,,..!... I...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 February 1892

Mm h w i abov It a coo l likeness of Mr. Omv C irk Msravwl Imia a uhnto. taken a inrt tlm aco anl tent to Dr. Kilmnr tt Co., itta bin letter ana parkago or (travel ha ki aliout, wmcn waa aissolvcil and n- li alter lining three bottle of k tramp-Knot. ih lollotrlnx 1 Mr. 'radical uiwollclbsd acoouut of hU distress. inx and painful raw. OosroaT. Tnrl.. Jan. SO. IRM. Or. KmiM St Co.. BmaitaMTOir. N. T, I itonot know no to zprs hit heartfelt thanki to you for tba benefit I haverecetvot from using your Hwarap-Koot KI Iney Liver nl Wado.r Cura. I am now oj yean ol.L and bare iuf!eret almost death for auuat three 7 nan. I hail Htven uj to die, but as I nm(M to b a Christian matt and a mat be liever In the prayer nt tba rlghteoua, 1 prared that God would eend sometbmg that wouM orthotic mr life, and 1 fel thankful to linn and you for the nieam that waa aent. May Hod .par Tour Ufa many year yet that you tuay bear the Rraat good that your medicine it doing. On the HOlo day of August, 1SIM, Mr...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 February 1892

HE POUT OF KKOKIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF SNYDEK COUNTY, PA., FOR THE YEAR END I NO DEO. 31, 1801. TAMULAU 8 r.TF,MKNTt.howlng collections made, exonerations allowed, nd outstanding taxes for 1HIH) aim! previous yearn. I I otitxtfttir I Year .Inn. 1,11, lOST-RHT. 1 C' H.t,WTlHW. lulan .John H. Hoover 14 17 , MtldM.'ah I II. K. fclir.1 1"T : M!4, lin ; W. I. .larr.-tt ls7 l s'vilnu H. M. Il.-rr..ld HIT; or.ier i ( V , VMnnn .l.M M .I.II.Vth 1 : vl 0 ! Ininklin I A u-t 111 dill Vim .MI.I.Ik'I.Rll ' .Ina. It..wern 1 : ''7 77 I'onn t l. lL.lsrrctt In tf M .S.Wins ' IsOlldillfW'th 1kii M 1J lln'tWl'l!W .it iititl 1441 4'h niimn M.S. K'f'li'ttcf ln ! Il V4 , tranklln , Aim.ln Dill l M j MM. lire (ih i Inn. Ilnwcrwil . MM JVnn . A-IMIeinlierllng Iks' 4:o 3 ! IVrrr I a 1.1 ouin-r ! 41 M ! M n)i14n U"T los 11 1 Adstim .Inn. I'. I'l'liinnn !- 17 11 ; lh-nes I.-iac Winters Is) ' T 17 Ik-aw-r Weal Wni.O Mnllh Iv0 4'-4 8'i I 4'eT ' S. il. Hliminn I-) I 'OBI I'hu-.ttinn l ). S. Ivcr-tctter S4 4 i f...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 April 1892

'r THE POST THE POST PAI'KH.f'Ttlii' IVoplennil Vhi. iTm'i'- ";"; ttinn 1W; ."I" " fr 1 the discussion i " uUTCTtlo Its patrons. VOL. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST See lit of jurors iu (mother col- UIUD. Of the Northampton county teach ers 80 per cent, nro women. Oh, for tho rays of an August huh, anil R day when the wiiul in still. Ruck Thorn Fence Wire nt only :r,c. per lb. ut Runklo & Walter' h. Francis Gilbert has accepted n clerkship in Runklo it Walters' store. Farmer's Union Horse inul Cut tic Powder at loc. per lb. Rt'NKLK & WAI.TEIt. Charles Spniil has been elected thorough supervisor by tho town council. A complete stock of General Mer chandise at the Schoch stand. u - . o x . JlUXKLI . ALTEH. To validate a deed it must bo re corded within six months after date 'ot Durchase. Glazed, or washable Wall Paper, jdl shades, for sale by J. C. Swine lord, Middleburgh. Shoe-makers supplies such as solc- ather, calf skins &c, way below irice at Garnian's. n Ario Purdeo loft ni...

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 April 1892

A v. ( at. I v If J u . 4 . a t .rif Hrl- irO till U th. who. TlfEMIDDLKIiUIiGH POST. T. B. HAIlTER, Kditb avd IWn. Millt.Ki.vi::. M'lill. n. l-'. M. l.ctnn, the Pit nth theologian, My tint In- mad", tin.' ili-covcry over forty ytars a;'o that ly the writHi d amii'iti"; wotks our grows sad, '" that the In st wav of t fin 1 1 n in i.nrry N , ... . i write on serious Mill). iM. . his if I - j Lcr, ,.( e to this ri:.--ii.i he a'tnbu.i i l.ki utni.ii I I own tin i rful lii'i . '.'lure is cur.iu tiiiiii; ti'imi. tin) ... ... i ,i... i.nr l,r tin- Ms. ! loti". iriir-w hkc tin. l.orl.r ! sou-i l.iver," -iM li. f. S.'hu'.ir, , j are lafv Tjr fur ruin, the Imvl has h. , ,. . i,., ,,., conn' tn i f i it nJIv b till' irvliu tree. Jericho Oi.ihU, Month'. '"' """ j n-e stood in seven mile of pain grove, null 1-iki of any si. mi tin: wi -t side ol i Olivet was crowned with palms. Thelal , ' lin on its hunks tilt trunks of palm tlii' riv. t from .irilr to r-.. I. ui-,-. , tr. tlmt ttoatc I d r. n ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 April 1892

irra YN. ULTZST MBW8 WAIFS. 1REAI miTAlNlIEH FURETULI). Ml to UatHe A. Cobb nf PnTMnc, R. !. Tat th terrlbt. waakoeaa ml proatratlon Iter the Crip, Diphtheria ltd rm(, ViW Feer, .Pneumonia. Malaria . He., ttoo1' tiaraaparllla kai beta aart wlta rfu tureMt M a building-up mrnltrlna and jk purlflc-r. for a 1 am pie, read toe following from I :t Mtttk a. Colin Ol rroTFivnce, n. i.t wd oar rr. mat Colib laaoung ladjr of Is, a Picture of Health i prnmli n pupil la th. tllgh hrbooL ITrr father llnnwn pollra orrlear: in C. I. C0.1 .rlte to lill bow much gnnrl Rood's RanaparUla ,.n for m. t bad dtphtlwr.a and was alek for ittrrwarl. Ilng oak, Blind and Helpless ataag nnf hotlieuf iiiion-sraraapariiia ana u man b wWI and ttmn." MATTia A. Coaa, tkruUj Chi r Afdu, Ito'iOonee, K. L "IJ my dauuhlT wanted In writ how writ ah fja-f )'a SaraiiaTllla, I tboug-bt 1 would aajr a awfer.la. I think It It lha '. Creatost Blood Purifier the voU. Some of my frlrada aaj "go wa; Kkur mfillflno.' 1 aald Ilia ...

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 April 1892

,' . I I .J -a. M A J. -I ' II J J V Published every Thursday. T-H. HiRTERiEiilarandPrwtor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which mutt l tuiM In mlviitnv when wit out Mile Hip co'inly.) RATES OF ADVlRTISINO. AM tr:in I'M ii'loT'l-fiiii'tits nut otlterw !' r .,, I, , I t,,r ill ! , h ,r.'' 'l III t In" r.ii "f l' cut.'. r inn- fn. n:ir1.-l hi- iiir i for IIM Iii-t- IImII HIlU HI I 'I'lllS "T HII'' I'M fti-i.t nil"- lutertioii. Tlmrsiby, April 11, 1S!2. Republican Ticket, IHH'1 IM T. I'.'T I oiitv-.., t U- I'liTTklt. h0 . S'llli-irrovo. .siiMe'-l'lo I In- '!'' I -1-! "I liN'rl.-t I "lil'T'll"' ) K"l Mill'' II ll'-. HiWMlKM IH MMKI. sln-v-row. .xiil.j, t in I in- 'I" l-i"ii "f I'l-'MI i ."if' r-ii. 1 lit N I V. Pit. K W. Ti Mil.. Kr-1'irc -.,r ,'.- .ii..-i'. Ml I:m M: - i,i,--r"e. t ,i i im" irn-.,.r. II l:l.l- I.. w l.ll l.. l;.'M'i. tC.4Wt ,4. WMMi"- V VI iin M.i-M- I r't. .Mm . V. H'T.ilt. l. n.-t I- i . 1 1 ' w ,',:, . .1 I,' V il1.' '. J., i.. I in. I Vll'li. I h-m i- ll'Tl'-HT, , ,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 April 1892

T, , m f. QC 30f ; br.' iht EriefFun Ilausa Earrick jIEVEIt KCKNAL ItAnDEH. ch hob mieh nlntnt wiiMer in rn ii?ir niifli-iiinsh gVliott. So lion grosso lmlitlix convention doh ot tier nnner ilawfj un notich tier invention lien su en tuinipict K'lml. i wore invito nn ho en brojniini we f'hot hen f ir sell essa hilslit doo iliincdiiwe; un ties lievea net 'winu. ! lt.iwniii fun thile fun il.i noeh:i os X'hot hen far eami hov ieh ,r net sit keiinii. uwi'i- si' li a amohl dii (Jit;i Houp c hot: Hurdle, boodle un oodle : derno h"ll Ke about endttt ;Jit noldrt K' Ulnl.c ( 111 k l'"t . Ae ci t wore nil's bill ff.ulnu keil ")uti ifiine tiitoe." Ich hob tf'niillietl drttckci hot en mistake u'luum h- 3 un het en "u"ni reeked onshtots "in,"' un far en:i wisu os ieh hw bites farshtii.' fun L:itin, hov ieh em iKer tr'sawil 111 c Het mere fun sella 'piunphiiio potatoes" jrovvii. un iler iqf hen his iiiich funi dish do wella. Hrno hen se dii sorta boy u'lmt : ailiberi y, crilmbci ry un jaiuberiy. L...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 April 1892

I yPHL LATEST m " in. t rnnn .4 t'rlme anil Pennllle. At Roise City, I !.iii, two niakcl men ntt red the 4itnt:ii c. and lit the : 1 1 1 of a pistol, compelled ' .ttiia-tiT I.tmiard to hand ovit l.-ifun cu-h. Tin; roMur cs- C"cl. John Kl'k, 21 year old, a Pitts'. irT. butcher, shot mi l killc I hh 21-vrar -old heart, Ida Kngle, at 1 "1 Spring iardeti venue, AlWIn'iiy, I'ii. It i tli'in.'ht t'i li ft murder, it 1 1 1 1 if Hi w.i it 1 1 -t pet 'uliar fine. An nir of mystery envelopes the whole ii flair. K 11 k claims it was a culental. Rev. .1. J. (!. Webster, of r.ii!timr coin mittcd suicide Mt Charleston, V. Va.. ly jumping fmm a tli ir.l story window in Hotel Ruffiier to the pavement In-low, btc.ik ng hi ntsk. It n r'liimriil that a sen-sitlioh-1 scutnlal iscohhe.trd with tin-suicid.'. lit is ll.MM.l to have I-! II ill-.lllt'. I'ntrii k Ki-lli-y, ii I ,Vt. u peddler, wa killiil on SuinLiy lA on Little llivt r. near I'ishville, La . by a rang of i.:!it uegt.. Kour .f tin- n-k-pf wen...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 April 1892

MIC JACET. Upon ton with lichens gny, Mill mousy marbles of the dead, A will TV wtopt Itaelf away In crimson tears and k lines red Tho borch upon It rain lo gold; A lricr wantons over It, .And some old sculptor -hand hath acroTTJ Its briof Hie Jacet, quaintly writ. Put If or lioauty, ajo or youth Up pillowed In tho preen bolow; Mir heart "f hope, or tongue of truth, Or l.it.e r bride, we may not know. )r if in lin-'s allotted ;wtn, Who .iirnVr tiers knew atulit of lov.-, That. Ii 'l" warte the h.'art of mau; Or felt tlm gtiawinn pain thereof. Vlint erit"l rnprice of circumstnnea (C, rt"i' him. r wlmt fata befell; Vlint lifting wave of bicUy rhine.!. Two words alonj remain to toll. J or run ns will our rouii 1 of yours In flrne or shadow, pe ie? or strife; j,t luiulit T l)our lot, or tears. liic Jao.'i is tin sum of lii'e. t'atriek J. Coleman. The Dummy Detective. i;v ii. c. iHiiKiB. . AS the youngest detective on the fotrc mul was burn ing to distinguish myself. So far chance hit J ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 April 1892

" T ' .. ", at" 1 .,. nl . t a tret;, . V I .1 II .n -'J t tfl VlW ' t he CENTREVI LLK. j John Molm nil Son II. F. won j to (' ntif fount y lust wtek. Miss .Ifiiiiic Slicary Kpent nevei iil j wt k :uiinr f i ii-n lH in Mifiliiilitug 1 Mill vicihity n t' nt 1 v . 11 1'. Shirk uinl wife, of Suiilmry , spent M'Vii;tl iliiys iuik'Iij,' tlifir' fl i Ii Is 1" M ! :-t w i k. II. ('. r.i.n.iitr lm gone to the' t-t:ite of !"'. j .1. (). ?. 1 1 1 1 1 uli" ntti inlf.1 Iff tun s t in tlm .! lT-ion Mfiliciil Colli ge, I'liiliiilflpliin n turned Lome Lint week. ! Miss Jiin- liowi tm' went to Will iainspoit on 1'iiilny. I". ('. 1 IWIT-OX, i f tin- ini.lit.V Kent, pnil our towM a business i i t S. 1 Kli ni y iliil uniim insiirunee .uini's in Mitllihl'iii ;,' on Moihl iy. l'lof. William Mover, of I'm luiru', li l 1 hi i n t In ) on l 'ri.l.iy. Tin l,,n ii i.f plenty m vef falls to the l"t of tlf man who take plenty of 'horn." ComniUt io'l si'l'ii' were heM li.v the lo f"i iih .1 fiin'ifuMtion last S...

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. — 21 April 1892

..7' ..t THE POST iTHE POST Frank Bow,rn I 1 hy in 5 ICS "1 vo N INC. LA civil r er t; he i. itest way V..t own, THIS .Hi II" ilartu" , l ) ITW All tup i ORO. II1T0?I' FUlltl'. -ttM. I' ivlof a iim BIA1T' ' el " iinl ,f prci - iU "' ' :eb"i' ' J.koi" - TiKtlir.' id Torr.f r , npnl'-'! i lii'it I i l'NI. HTV li-.V.-l '"' 'li:tl I lit' l ! ,rl lli-llll t (mjilmtlrntly A NKWS rAPKH.fiirtlic l'pni)i'nn(1 tiy tli People. It col mini nro nlwa.v open for the (llsriwo.in ul topli'a of Interest to It put runs. VOL. 29. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Glazed, or washable Wall Paper, all shades, for Halo by J, C. Swiuc ford, Middleburgh. Dr. Hassingor and wife left on Monday morning for a week's visit in Philadelphia. Win. O. Dulo and wife, of Hurtle ton, visited the editor and family on Sunday. Shoo-niakers supplies such as sole leather, calf skins &c, way below price at Gannau s. Hiss Sophia Dlechor, of Solins- grove, spent Sumlay with her friend, Miss Maggie Dolendor, at tins place. J. F. Reitz...

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. — 21 April 1892

TUE MIDDLEIiURGII TOST. T. H. HAUTER, Edit! akd I'm'. Mihit.Knri:!, r.. M'Hil i, mi Of tho total working expenses of tin railways over tixtj per tent, goes in various wus In tl.e wa.re enrnrn. AYhile New i.k U talking of restim n! executions liy lian'iti!:, 'hi' i talk in:,' of abandon in;,' tl. method to try t lei trocution. Tlio Austrian iiu '.'i')! of execution jifcuiu", to the Cn'.e i.,'. IK r.il'l, to liu but A slight impr ivrnu.-it o: ilectroeuthm. Tim Aii-tri:iiM swin,' a haVr over tho neck of m ifiliT'T v 1 s'rin up, while tlio i vecutiiinrt in-chief, wetrin( white kid j,ioVi:, calmly li:.h ! 1 the vie tini wrio ,'Io, aid t .vo p: I'Toin miit itiU pull Kill do.vti liy t Ti c lc's. It was rcmarkc 1 iliir.ii- tin' American ('ivil War that soldiers nr lore 1 to some Impossible service pinti' I piper on tenor clothes i lrri! itytii' what would shortly bo the rrni tin. TIiIm rcmiriisceiiei: lends interest to tin; fret, that tin; 1 1 t ; i t m Mini.-ti r of War Iih jil t '1" i ! 1...

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