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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 December 1893

- I ' t " - . - I MISSION. OF .THE FROST. TIMELY BXBMON BY DH.TALMAOB Bubtls Lesson Conveyed to TJs by tha , Forerunner of Winter. givm." Job ixxvll., 10. Nothing I more embarrassing loan organ ist or pianist then to put hie finger on a key of the. instrument and have It make no re pone. Though all the other keys are In full play, that one sllenoedestrov the music. Bo In the great cathedral of Nature, If one Part fall to praise the Lord the harmony I baited and lost. While fire and hall, now and vapor, respond to the touch of Insplra Hon. If the froet made no utterance the orchestral rendering wonld be hopelessly damaged and the harmony forever Incom plete. I am more glad than I can tell that flie white key of the frost sound forth a mightily a any of the other key, and when David touches It In tho Psalm It sounds forth tha words, "He scnttereth the honr rrost like hes," and when Job touch It In my text It resound with tha words, "By the breath of God froet la given." A no one iwm d...

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. — 7 December 1893

1 i tyt Sltoltljurgl lost Published every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Eflitur and Propnetor. Subscription 1.50 per J"car (wtilch must bo p:il1 In aHanre when sent out-(ilcli- tlio county.) RATES OF AOVIRTISINO. All tranarlent ailviTttwincnta tint ntherwlo coiitrm t.-il t.ir will ! rluiriti'il untie rate nf 1 eenla per line (twtiparli'l int-aMurc) for flint Inwr M.in nii'l lurcuia xt Itiii" fur every aulweiiuent Insertion. Thursday, December 7, 1S93. KIl.VTZKIIVILLK. Wecim not ti ll nt thin writing who lins tln lu-it pirl;tT ir. Hcr- iimn lnivln uso of tho hiiow on Hun- vluy inoi niiik'. H' took tin" hh ih to count to M'O hirf piiticiils Kev. W. A. Hun ir'iifhi'il nn libit ami wi ll chosen sermon on Sunday af ternoon Titer Klinclr ilinnered tit 11. 1". Hertiiuu'H on Sunday, ami speaks in tlie liiu'liest l incnac liow jont Trniik's venison tusted tliat lie lironht liDine from Little Valley ...'I'll" purlieu that stolo Fruiuirt Nanl' 'rt u iiml tore up things one nicht list week wouM better...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 December 1893

4 ;jr I I. I. r h r i l T 1 ! t. el i :- Brccf Fum Hawsa Barrick. Lever Kernel Harder. Des is Teachers' Institute worh iti Schwiiufonl Shteltle, un Ich un do l'olly worn cm DiiiHluluwg ilrcnnn un lien en woonerbawre lot ulitrne yuupo boova un inuid jr'art'im. Ks hut inich on oltltc tzeiila Kiinmwned. Kernel, niuuih ili nwg.i tzoo un rcech in en iMt rechcl-bouch, un oil do gn-donkn fun unscru oldtn nhool diiwpa cooina tzrick ok wo ilialitlu HOonia fur em wind. Yus hen mere 0.8 Kd-rnHKcIed mil em multiplication table T us lien mero ols priunnmr K'htuddied un ruloH gii-limit un barley en wnrdt derfuu fershtoniui ? Ve uft bov icb fja-woonered funviiss oh mcr nell la ma iuuhm wtr-gn, " Klirt ponton I love, Kccutid person ymi lnvt Third person lo loves." Un duc'b hut's galarnt hi missa wiles iiu boocli wore. Unaer touchers niii Dfftzawk'ii worra far uns grnmmar lariiu un won mer ols oil do rules Kawga lien kennn wo en bobba-goy don ben mer net ga-wist farwass oh mer bo used awver Bell wor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 December 1893

t tlx iro Th t:U tbe to h. fro I a. dor: tnnudT volted ' count tou Jl' mm hoj art rr ma llii a. la ml o, of otl rwj. 1 l!nk tb w Ton wo-ma'te. rave rf I) tbe Knobi d. Mm S them four fc ; thsra mwtk . ' rHE M1DDLEBURGH POST. T. &. ITARTZR, lorres. kwv PaVm. MII'DLKW'RiJH. PA. IM'.C. T. Up to date America. tiM led the. world in devising rapid-fire gun. Lord Rosobcry, at a recent dinner in London, to Sir 15. W. Duff, re marked that wherever in tho world there was a Rood thing there would be found a Scotsman sitting by it. The new Congressional Library in Washington will, Librarian Kpotford estimate, accommodate copies of all the book of the world for one linn dred yearn to reran and r-t ill lenvo seven-eighths of its available space ap plicable for oilier purpose. Sir James ('. Browne, ft London ex pert on brain disease, says insomnia ia Dot so I -ad as claimed. Tin1 brain take real in short spells, and one part of the bruin ret while the other keep at work. A r I no literary men, ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 December 1893

.- In emptv Fal'Klt. tr the O'nns fit trie rti latere' I IT 4 IV" I THE BOCK PILE TO OO UOo. Iitwellint Can Smith That Pun lahment of th Crlmt of Being Homlc. On of tb most remarkable circnlars t i tatoed by tb executi- of any Stat wat ent out by Got. Jewelling it Torka,Kan., Tb litter li addressed to all Board of To lie Coromllonert In Kania and particu larly render nugatory all tagrant law. After reciting the bardsblpi of tbt poor in olden times, (peaking tpocially f tb reign of Ellxabctb and In France oat prcviou to tb Revolution, the Governor review tb present condition of affair among tb poorer clasaes In tb country. 11 icore tbe law now on the statute books, which call I h n man nnt nf ynrk mil lunnilM m t V- - -- - " - iiiiiv rn m 11111 ( fide nee mn."Bakin of the vagrancy Jaw of Kania h ay: "It separate men Into two diittnct classes, dilTerentlated as tboM . who are penniless and those who ai not. and declares in former criminals. Only tb latter are entitled to tbe liberty g...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 7 December 1893

BEAVERTOWN. I For a ?or throat there I. nothing! I!on.toaiir.ne, iat HonTTt Rate I . 7T - T nrnrnnT!",M;unr.,u VnnP tomoiTo UoorinnnrfniHil fcA. m Br w v w a m rm mm m swm h m .mr nuitnHL uouiuiHur uuciui. UUUllOfflUJl 0 UUUUU Hil l A W A femurs' institute was laid at liiis place on Tiieiil:iy anl Wcilnen- l'iy of li;st wrck. The Wtures by l'rof. IJ. J I i -r f h of York, were Liffbl.v appreciated. On Tuesday viniti' Mr. Hunt, florist, of Lewi. town, explained to nn attentive I'.nlirih'f how to cure for liulli and Oii.ts. Tim In iivcrtown comet '0:111. 1 fiu niched tint miMic Mr. i-id Mrs. . J. Oiohm Ah. K. J'.. AVet.cl and Mrs. 1). M. .Snook at tended the funeral of Mrs. Mm in Kant t l'ricbui List Tue aduy. . . . Win. M. Kdirick, Kuiiford N. Car prnfrr IMl t A. Meade HnwciSOT, all ol JliHsionarv Institute, ScIiun,:rove, ate their Tlinnkufji vinj? dinner at iionm Hcv. J. M. ltnrit'h and family, of lieberaburK, recently ipK.nt n few dn.va hero visiting rol . uun-H ...Dr. and Mrs. K. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 December 1893

1 V THE POST THE POST 1 1 Is emphatically NKWS V KV Kit, for the People and ftf the people, lis col umn are always open for tie discussion of topics of Interest to Its patrons. 1 run liv the editor. II im mil an "(irfinn." It wears im-'Collnr." It iniTitoiL'cil n Issua, Ami never sold 'lit . Mubwrlptt'iti f l.Maycs r J Co. I'oniniisitioiierSi nflis. wero lur- I VOL. 5 MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., DECEMBER 14, 1893. NO. 48 ITEM3 of LOOAL INTEREST Miss Lillie Spaid is visiting in New Berlin. Thomhs J. Smith, Esq., is on the sick lint. Benjamin Smith of Reading, is the guest of his brother-in-law, Andrew Kratzer, of Franklin. Fob Slk. A large Indian tan Buffalo ltobe, Rood as new. Address Box art, New Betiliji, Pa. Columbia county Roller Process Buckwheat Flour for sale by J. W. Swartz. It is the finest. 2t. Last week Philip Spaid of thiB borough killed two hogs that weigh ted, together, 1107 pounds. The one tipped the beam at 001, the other S06. Mrs. Harry Harter and her two little b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 December 1893

I i i t h ro r Th ;t. th tO wl, fro. fbirij oo t9 w ou atto. if O nobt fi t t jl e( lit Kill tho four fc ' wr I) i 1 Jk WHEN THCTl'3 NO MORS. i there's no more of sighing Wa there's no more of Hong Whea there's no mors of dying For right, or yet for wrong ; Tie world will still bo la Ood s grse, Out not but not our dwelling placet Wh there" no more of loving When there' no morn of hate; ' Tt wor.rl will still be moving Oa to it final date ; Will In O i I love, and In III grace. Bat nut. thank I our dwelling place. F. L. Stanton, In Atlanta Constitution. JANETS VICTORY. I)T BCfiTflA PA CARD rt'll.RT. r - inr, sun iii in a mellow flood of beauty upon the new rag carpet of the guest chamber. The creamy curtains were pulled back, so n chance was left the sun for loing less than its whole duty. A greBt boiiipiet of autumn grasses and lliiffy g o Id e n ro d rested m pruttv "A now chamber set and ft will 1,0 Bice," and Mrs. Maylcr half closed her yes mi 1 look in the supposed effect. Then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 December 1893

V V,-- -LA. il imt1 a. Ol MrJ on 5t ia Mi4 KeJ liolidJ vLiHj Fo mart) lami y 7; V I"- I tyt SSiVbtclrurglr Hurt. Published ever Thursday. T. H. H1RTER Editor and Propnetor. Subscription $1.50 per year. (wtilcb must be iwM in lTnr when tent out RUlo the coungr.) HATIt Of ADVIATItlNO. All transplant nil vert Isemcnfii not otherwise contracted for will he chstypd at the rate of IS cents per line (nonparlel mramra) for first Inser tion and 10 conti per line fur every subsequent insertion. Thursday,l)eccmbcr 14,1893. Murder at Port Royal. The bruised and mangled body of James Carpenter of Port Royal, w.ih taken out of the Juniata River ot the mouth of the Tunkiiroru Creek on Tuesday nftrr-noon. His throat was cut from car to ear, while on tho temples are two mused holes, evidently niado by a blow with a blunt instrument. The murdered man in a brother to 1'iof. A. M. Cur pouter of lioavertown, this county. Mr. Carpenter was a blind man, engaged in the produco buniness at Port Royal, and h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 December 1893

1 ; i 4 THE LEHIGH STRIKE ENDED. STRIKERS TO BE TAKEN BACK To Fill Vacancies m Fat at Possible. Grievance Committee! Will be Given Fair Hearing. Unions Not Recognized. Tbe great strike on the Lehifh Valley railroad km declared off at 3 o'clock Wed nesdsy morning, both siJes making conces ions. Tbe action wti the tesuitcf con ference between a Joint cotumiuee, compos ed of members of tlie boards of arbitration of New York and New Jersey on the on band, and I'retiilcnt Wilbur, of tbf, Lehigh Villi y Coru any, on the otter. The conference, which lasted three days was also participated in by tie chiefs ol the local and national labor organizations which took ) rt in the strike. Tbe terms of agreement are embodied in tbe following correspondence which was made public after the announcement that tbe strike bad been declared off : ''Sown Kelhlehrm. I'a., IVrethber !. "E. h. Wilbur. I'rtsideiit of the Ltbigh Valley l:atlroal: "Pear Sr I tie State bon-d of nrbitrn tionof New York nml New Jer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 December 1893

Tiil i PAI'KH.t' tne disci j Intortwt V ol U 1 vc hoi had j 1 Sunda' .J , - - -a, b R si h. tu C) v' li sl V ! 1 vo ITEB M. Friends of "The Post." . . Roll or Iloson. The following persons have paid their nubscription to the. Tost to the dates opposite their names. Should any mistakes occur in these credits or on your pa per please notify us t S. J. Wetzel, S. V. Dish, A. J. Weader, Aaron Hummel, F. W. Thomas, II. F. Long, 1L Fetterolf, J. S. Howell, David Snyder, A. D. Snyder, 1). F. Hummel, Abraham Kukns, J. A. Stahlneeker, Charles L. Ilerrald, W. 8. ArbogaHt, Robert Spaid, J. R. (lift, Fred HackcnberR, J. F. Felty. Peter Oarinau, W. D. Oarinau, S. J. MuNHelman, Jobn Smith, II. O. Schrader, Charles Krdley, F. M. Kline, Jerome Ult U'h, Jacob lleeter, W. K. Sanders, J. II. Willis, Simon Pecker, M. XI. Mi-Dowel, 1. S. liiutfiinnn, II. D. Swineford, Jacob S. Walter, John Riukard, 8. G. Moycr, Samuel Ilulick, 3Irs. A. 11. DeLong, J. I). Heaver, II. C. Schnee, H. J. Walter, Mina Mollio ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 December 1893

I I eh V , r ce Tr. ;t. lb toi wh fro I Kra J dung '( 1 the t, bourne were IS con nip in ii raa-wV'B exoibill becaiil UUiUfy represdj There A THE H1DDLEBUR0H POST. T. K. HA.RTIR, Xorrea ab Pm'i. MIPDLKIli nOH. IA., MX" U. l-3. Rnimian farmers bold an average of twenty-seven aeres to each family. The annual average of criminals tried in Germany for nil offcnwi is 222,091, in Italy, 127,372; ia Great Britain, 78,4:irt. The Vnit-ol State steamer rhilnilcl ydiia bn the honor of being 1 ho fast eat warship afloat. On oti day, lur iog her recent trip from Now York t Honolulu, 3110 knot were made, which, in the opinion of llio Hurt lord Jour na), ia r remarkable record. It in worth while now ntnl then to panne and consider, Holilo'juizis Fos ter Coatcs in Frank Ijeslie's. New Turk contain within its borders tuoro Hebrews than there lire in .TeriisHleni, moro Irishmen than there are in I)ul- j li ii, moro UtTMiRtiM than tin-re nr in Hamburg, an-l more Italians than there are in Koine. ! Amo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 December 1893

V . I SLY REYNARD. TDK FOX IS AHRRRY TJKAST ASD nOM) KRKKHOOTER. Restless, Alert and Full of Resource Ills Career U ,ten Short-Lived, but Ills Kxlstence Is a Ilap py-go-Lucky On. OW few people know what interesting chap the fox " said the naturalist in (1 the New York Sun. "They know him only br reputation and that as a chicken-thief, which he is. But he ha lots of points, I tell yon. A merry, sly dog is reynard. All sum mer he lives in luxurious esse, roam ing the wood and sauntering by the pesrly brooks, or baskiDg in the noon- "lit lpyes fish; and going down to tho stream be' JM-'ta tillhe spiesa plump trout. It's all over in a twinkle. A leap, a snap, and off he trots with his juicy morsel. A stupid" crawfislx snoozes by his hole near the water's edge. Reynard drops his tail in tho water ami tickles him with it. The angered crustacean comes out of his hiding place and is seized end crushed, armor and all. When the ripening corn is ready to drop, and the luscious fruits have reac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 December 1893

n 1 rr T 1 It Ic Kr. ir , 1 ci BO. ha- (( ft j cniiirr Ho-i. HOlt); wan "unit lrw Ti.er, trf in Olaf f iff ' I It oft st Polo, hot . tred lai. mil Mi J7 ' r r 4uo run uror In nl, lut in h gli ays Queer terd O' r I hi tit tn pa iiUl, be tn A V I ii THE TRAMP TALKS fmm tho llurrtximnt Ti'li'jnipli. SprakiuK of tramps, it is remark alio Unit unco they fix a camping place near a city or town they al ways ichort to it. nnJ tlioso who tiiko up the Htiiiio life in lifter years locate iti the nunc fpot. Fifteen yours i;' tlio lufal it - east of the cruial ii rm in ; from Maclay Ktr et to Wetel V liwiimp win the Kreat tramp lesoi t, ami to tlii.s day when a tramp hears llurrisbuig ho licaila for that pection of tho city. Although the trnmpH in tho swamp have been rahl cJ lime mill again they still liokl the clJ place. Soino years ago tho then Mayor of liarrihburg, wanting some information from the tramp camp, ventured with a few frietnlrt to pay it a visit. There were about twenty in tho gro...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 December 1893

" I THE POST fTHE POST 9 1 A $ H f mrhlr11.T ft tfSWS VKV Kit, l" Uw Peopl nl by the I"eojle. lfii col mMw lwy npon for tne dlwimMnn of triples of Internal to 1U patrons. VOL. 30. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST M. L. Kreegr and wifo upenl Sun day with relalivea in Williauisport. Waktid. A fat hog. Weight 250 or thereabout. Ad dress editor Tost. William Crouse moved from Se linagrove to this place on Monday of lant week. Mrs. Dr. Barber of Danville, and on Miles visited their many friend in Middleburgh over Sunday. Next week being a semi-annual holiday for the printers, no paper will be issued from this office. Fob Sauc A fine sorrel brood mare, good roadster and first-class family boast. Call at this office. For Sale. A large Indian tan Buffalo Robe, good as new. Address Box 86, New Berlin, Fa Robert Glover, one of Hartleton's oldest and most respected citizens Jied on Dec. 8. aged 72 years aud 7 days. Mrs. Lauretta Smith and her son Frank, of Carbondale, are visiting relatives and friends...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 December 1893

.-.-I. I iir, t urn. J: cenu'r iu i Ho-! JQlt wiiusl prefJ 1 iiere 11 tti t I It Ut. rm I p r ' uo If ' THE M1DDLEBURQH POST. T. B. IIARTIR, Komi add PaVa. MIW)I.KI.rRH. r.v. MX'-21. '. A German tti'ti'.,iin Insstitotl tlutt if the present rler f things ilocs Lot change, i:i 3VJJ years henee there will only bo ono nmu t" every '22) r.-otucu. The ildTB of the jintiont mule, r.a a csnalboM int ir, nro j.roltnMy hum lreil, remarks tho Now York News. Hteam h.is been ns a propelling eubstitutc with partial kuccvkx, hut there i now promise th.it th" nil potent intent, cl'H'lri ilr, will propul tho mini I bout of tlie futnr. Tivti sro to bo tun lit thiii wvik near ltoclicHtcr, a;il expert have ;io ilotibt that tin? new uut'ir r. ill be fotiu.1 Kili factory in every respect. The errath Missouri River inthn.it eninjr, nU'l nill nio.-t likely r.miu :i. oo:iilih the complete .lt'structi-i:! of the town of E.ist At'hin, ! ., .,o the opposite bunk from Atehi Kan. Tho Ktri';iiii hui bcn t-utin.q ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 December 1893

I W, JESOS WILL SAVE US ALL THE LAKE TAKE THE PREY. Dr. Talmac raeohea Sermon of Hop a. 1 Consolation. ' Tt t TK tam takt l prry." Isaiah Sxxlll.,33. The otter demolition of fh Assyrian host was hers predicted. Not only robust men should go Forth and (rather the spoils of eon queer, but even mn crippled ot arm and crippled of foot should jt out and capture mil oh that was valuable. Their physical dis advantages should not hinder their grant en richment. 80 it bat been tn the past t to It k now 1 an it will be in the future. Ho It In In all department. Men laboring under aoemlngiy great disadvantages and amid the most unfavorable circumstances, yet making srrand achievements, Retting great blessing lor themselves, great blowing lor the world, great blessing for the church, and to "tot lame tae the prey." Po you know that the three great poet ot the world were totally blind Honor, f elan, John Milton? Do you know that Mr. rraeott, who wrote that enchanting book, 'The Continent of Mexi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 December 1893

Published every Thursday. T. H. EiRTER Eflito Subscription 1.50 per year. (which must bn pnlil In ndTanrt when sent out iildfl the county.) HATH Or ADVlRTIftlNQ. All trnrlint silverMwmi'nts not othorwlf miitnirtcil J.ir will In I'liiirifi-'l nt tlir rnl' of 1.1 ei-nti p-r Hiitn"fipari'i mi'twiiri') fur lirt Inwr tlnn nn In cents xt line for every iil)Wjupnt inwrtlnn. Thursday, December 21,1893. COURT PROCEEDINGS. Court opened Monday, Deo. 11, H:i. lit 11 oYWk, A. M., Honors If. 31. McClure, Henry J5rown and Jcro luiili Crouso presiding. Henry Geinlitiiing, Jnmos N. Houscr mid Henry Jieiglu wero up pohittxl tipstaves. ( jt'AUTKII SkhsIDNH. In tlio euo of Common wealth vh. Samuel 1. Snyder, tlio sentence of the court h that S.uuiul 1. Snyder pay a line of ten lil!ai., co.-its of proieeution fin 1 iiii1Ti an iuipris oiuuent in the fount v ja;l fur ix ml fiiiler tin 'lit lm. Jlipoit ofiew(is cliaiijiii',' road in Monroe town -hix'oiit'i'ineil aliwo lute. lit port of viewer of public roa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 December 1893

' 1 "'"i1 I i ' . 1 ,von Breef Fum Hawsa Barrick. Lkveh Keiinel Harder. Ich nn dor Billy Bixler, dor Miko llawnayaniek uu der Sum Secshuli sin em ledshta DunnorBluliiwc ponga liAWHA hoondu. Mer Lon em Bench Ileus si oldto iliut calicned fur do hawsa Bhcesa un rm oldta Sammy Scmlapctzcr Hi "Wanner'' far so yawga. BuHiilos der hoond un bix but yadcrs cn bind buddlo fum Hullerliock Buno pclTer-wasHer tii g'sbtcckod. Mer Bin dob naiva 0111 barrick uows awver ben Ions ken g'shpooia linna kenna, ondhcb but der Sam Scrslmls j'Bavt rs ware tsii long u'ncLwihhu da kIioob, uu mere wctta nmobl anes fun unnora uock pisutola looa nheoKa. Sell but g'uianod mcro daida oil en drink neuima. Deruo lieu mere ous ga maucbt mrro daida niintuy drinka bis mere ebbes Bueena. Dor Sam SecHbula but de bix ga-drawga, uu mer Bin widder ob g'fibtart oni bar rick nows. Mero worn net weit gonga bis "Boof" dunncrts amobl druuna by em Sam. Mcro Bin oil nunner g'sbprunga tsu emo uu g'frogt was nro g'shussa but. "Dor ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 December 1893

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