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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 December 1893

i a-.H fl.: : mm mil IJf-Si IV in iiii if , ii : i ' if, Ii!! PCKINGS OF THE TELEGR rOREION AND DOMESTIC That It Transpirln th World important Event Briefly Told. farliai. I nker ana laaa.t rial. Sine December 1 the New York Ctt id Hudson river railroad company charged nearly 1,000 men at polnla en New York and Buffalo. 300 of wl relieved on the Hudson river divis i of the men had "-n in tlia emr. la company 30 yen. "i Tha laid ofl r ud trackmen, br ;raen, labor ' 1 the mills In Rock I e, Oonn.. wool and stockinet, begin inning on tbr terstirne nest Monday. Tha mi toy, when running loll capacity, tie. 000 person. The mills will run fl a week, eight houra per day. Newark. O., glas worka reform .tion. giving 400 men employment. Wheeling. W. Va., Iron and 8te. any ha decided to reduce the wage o mployf33i per cent. Tba propusei ctlon will be resitted i fun ace a Dunbar. Pa., will resnru In a went, after laying Idle for mora two y tar. Tha resumption will give oynient to over 400 men, a...

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. — 21 December 1893

X V' r McCLURE. Our pb.rHicinnn are kept very busy treating L:i Gripp, there beinff three atnl f our persons down with it in Bonie families. . . .The visible results of the revival mei'tiuK lieM in the Kvantfilicnl church are twenty-two now converts. . . .Mrs. James Mitch el of Williainspoil, spent a few tiny a nt her old home. . . .Ex -Sheriff Nor Miiltlli'HW art h has been on the hick lift fur about a week ami is still nu ablo to bo about. .. .Clau Jo Kloso ami family aro taking a trip this week. They spent Sunday in Atl niusbtirg and from there proceeded to Philadelphia. . . . John Hains is with in apain. Ho is acting oper ator in Mr. KIoho's absence. John hits joined Ihu benedicts sinct) be was here lust. . . .Goss and Hoffman moved their naw mill upon J. H. Droose's woodland where they will saw the lumber for Dreoso'a new house. Frank Decker has purchased Win. Hratton'a stave mill Call at Hat- dorf &, Knterline's for your Christ mas candies. They have the finest assortment ...

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. — 4 January 1894

it THE POST I PtttPtiAt'onlly NRWfV PAl'liH.liirlti relphd toy tlie I'ooi.Ih. It cot umtiit urn lwy open for tli dlwisxton nf tolled of Intercut 10 It palron. - TV M1DDI BURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JANUARY 4, 1894. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Rer Neff is still confined to bis TOom from an attack of the grip. Edison's Latest Improved Phon ograph in the y. B church Wednes day evening, Jan. 10th. - WillGutelins was on duty as as sistant express1 'gnt at Williams port several days last week. Ulr. and Mr. J. A. Musser of ITar tleton, visited Middleburgh relatives Juring tbo holidays. Joseph Musser has purchased a lot in Swlneford from M. K. Schoch .' on which he will erect ft dwelling in i the spring. Don't fail to attend the Exhibition in be U. B. church on Wednesday evening. Jan. 10. A grind treat : iwaits you. ' "Who giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord." As Dean Swift said iu his sermon on that text : "If you 'like the security, dowu with the -lust." ... : ' Col John B. Selheimer,...

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. — 4 January 1894

lares . mvlo lumber n.'ir er- n Iiit!oar lo h t in a Lin itn'n have to .v 'i lo into tho them nut until i 1i:iug truJy cou- r from lsi) t, litclncs of tilt Unit". I d Irom ?'.,. Oil, )((, 000 ",oi)0 huiI in now more five billions of dollar. of increase, khvh tho Den th tinii) in not fur distant ttu n out of i vory huri'lrud a!1 the wealth of tin country. .aria is rpponiMo for half the uh of all mankind, iiivoriling t: II. M. Clark. From hi rxiuri od in India ho icnrun that mnluria i ot fontim-i! to rich, low-lyin? soils, tmt it founil i'vimi in eau.ly (lexer ts. Tho natives of the ruin oonht of WcHtorn Africa im.l tho Tannin ol Northern ludin are the only racer, proof auiuKt it. Jloth modern modi cine aud hauit.iti.jn :tre powerless in dealing with it. Sinrgostud prevent ives aro the lloo hn of swamp Im.li aud tho planting trecu that will re tain wat. r and sii lo tho noil such ai tho plantain uud bulimia, hut Cot ilit eucalyptus. An electric tlchtitiit, man i about t!u latest thing...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 January 1894

TEMPTATIONS OF SUCCESS. REV. DR.TALM AOE BREACHES ON SHORTENED LIVES. Too Much Tim Spent In a Panegyrlo Longevity. Compensation of Death. Th Worth of a Clear Consci ence. of At tha rtrooklvn Tabernacle 8undy lie. Dr. Tulmag preached on the subject VI ouoneneu Live-; or, i viiriaua lty to 1-u.i," The text selected was Isaiah Ivu. i, - Jlit righteous is taken away from tUe evil to come." We hate written for the last time at the lifai of our letter and business documents tha Uiiin Is'.M. With ttiia dav close the it In January last we celebrated It liinli Trvl.v m attnd iti ohsenuies. An other 12 mouths have been cut out of our earthly confinement, and It U a time for khu irliiiii ratlaacltim. We ail epend much time In panegyric of longevity. We consider ito ureal taiiig to live to ha mi nrlnnnrmn. If BIiV onedles In vmitlt nr "WhRt a pitvl" lr. Muhlenberg in old Kite antd that the hymn written in early life bv his own band no mora iiir.mp.l his sentiment When It aid, I won hi nut lire ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 January 1894

s - ; 1 - ' i PubliHhe.1 every Thursday, T- H. HARTER Editor and Propnetor. Subscript ion 1.50 per year. (which mtmt bp pnlil In wlvnnrc wln-n artit OUt kI Ii- Hip ciiinl.) H ATIS Of ADVtRTISINQ. All trsnsclotit ri'lviTflHotrn'tit tint nMinnrt rnntrm (! fur will In- ch irc 'l t I - r:itf if IS pent wr Htm (nonpnrli l tni'.miri'i fur first tnwr Hon iiml id ci'iiH t line (or .-wry Htiln'ii'lrlit lu.-wrtlmi. Thursday,. January I, IS!) I. Unrequitc ) Ourity. Kvory iiohlo U ntti iliulctl to inquire iiici(iv(n by souk jicoplo. i or (xaiuil : Aihlii'W Ciniciric, tin- multi-mil- liniiiiirc, lius i'oiiliiliitcil .i;.,(HH) to t he MiftVi ini: poor of the city of Pittsburg, uinl oli'ciM to ilupliratf ovcry (ViU.ir tli city rontrilmt'" to tho mmm ciuihc. TIiiMi tlu Philail.-lphiii 'Jim, sul). diluting words for (Jaru-git'M .lol liirs, nuiii's to tlui front with tho fol lowing ungrateful comment : ".Mr. ('arncgi.' is om of those whole soilleil N;lliiiirit;ilis wllO .loi-H not let hi right limul ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 January 1894

Sale Register. Pcrnnnn ffpMlnff thnlr IiIIIk printed t thlwaf- i 111 Breef Fum Hawsa Barrick. Lever Kernel Harder. Ich hob tie Nei Yolir onu Iluller bccka waitz-lioiifio tan ga-bnioht. Ich bob tier Rons tlitwg binnicli cm uft'a ulTtler bonk g'aiUutl un bob tie leit go-watched oh ni coomu niti fur en drink. Es in now ordlioh, Kor ucl, on ubier yuder ebber cu cxcuho but far Bowfrt, uu icb bob on dcr Sam SccbIiiiIh Rti-di-nked woo ols in do looft g'shiiHHa but ivvor em lmwwa boouda unlit far en excuno fur cn drink noinuia. Well, we icb thro p'oawd hub, vn but nbicr yitilor ebber on excuno g'hot far driuka 'Mohla arsht is wetzer ui cooma ufT do Nei Yobr. dor Lilly .Scn.sa- un but g'ttuwt ho bctta en ncio ducbtcr dabamo un are mist tsu era g'tumdhcit iliinku, un Rrawd binnicli ctue noacb in dor Mike Kinwliug cooma un but vr'tmwd si yiiiRsbter boo kent net ivvor de nocbt liova un nre mist ebboH neinma far ni droovel drunna boldta. Se wora ken liuf miunultii fardt bis dor Mike Blotnor ui c...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 January 1894

THE TASSINO YEAn. are you rich In tho ywirs of bright gold Yet untold.' Io they lolsurely ro. Like n dream tluit Is f.tir. Dm prayer? 0. 1 wl" : ma thi-m well ! Yen "liall know How the years urowiuc shorter, with Kod run Inorpas", And a 1 1 f nt thecal bo tr.m!l'tirel with fir". Dow the thought tii.it io mnny f.-w years ro nuiiu Givr ym pain ' . I.p t Hint your iti"t brin? yon int . t Iij llk-l.t, I'min Hi" uU'lit, Anil the worker at l.it lin Ms rot ! In tho liomelau I nUiv.- are un sorrow, no l.vir. An I Hi" III'- tli"y liv. thf r It not measured by years. 1HE PEACH FIGURE, J-THOUGH the rii ami (.niij'l hull of iov m lu e n t ' m ployes, I Lad un more limn f ii r 1 y got t-tnrtcil in tli mm mine career thllll I resigned ii. y position on account of two t Ocllt S. i was ii regit- lar chip of the r, Muck, un,! my father thought nothing could equal h Government career. So, after 1 had graduated, mi one uriyd ric to do anything but take h subordinate place in my fatln r's department. I...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 January 1894

LOWELL. ToftHum hmitiiiK i next. Cotton tails aro free except when they are mintakeu for 'nonaum The teach- era of otir public school made their pupil happy with a poke of candy on Christmas. . . .O'Mua of our oM veterana havo lveti retiuoHleil to nubmit thenis. Ivch to a re-examination by the pension board. . . .Some of the echolitra of the llidge Sunday School felt a lillle hoio on account of tiut Rt'tlintf th ir treat with tho balance of tho Rcl.olari. . . .L. J. Ro ruii? in on the nick lint. . .It in report ed that T. F. Swinefoid reeontly shot a grey wolf. U. No. tuoTelvilli:. . On Christ maa day we had our tloors and windowa open so Hprintr liko was tho day a remarkable change from last year. Uht wordt, en hut nuch ueo kuu wolf ou winder c'fresHa, un se frcana den aw net.... Uncle Rob. Middleswarth is working like a "nigger" in the cot ton fields to get th-j shingles out for the new roof on his barn so he can go bear hunting. . . .Calvin lloweraox, who nuperintends a lumber jo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 January 1894

tnottirr f.ccentvic Character Onne. Thero died in Mawntown. Pa., lust wee k, at age of 7U. an c.eoedlnly pcccntric character tamed itichard Wftlcp. He lived in an old cabin built cn the most valuable lund In '.own, and ui'.houirh it was believed '.hat ho lind i-oiihiderahle money he en joyed iK.no of the comforts of clvili.eJ .110. One of his whim was to keep ',wo eld horse in the houc with hn elf. They were always kept in fini Jrdep, and l.e drove them about town lenrly every day in an old wagon with .wo wheeK Tio harness was mud? of one. He used litisocd oil on his brwai ntuad i f Imtt -r. and his favont", ds icrt wa tlaxoi-vd oil aiid bldurlsj.-rie. Am Otrrslskt. Thr was od oversight at ths Ort Ex position at Chicago In not having In full , view, ty oiisv arrangement, sou "omparv j live vital itttlUtl of our own genTil hi-alth m enmparej with other nation, sal our sWfntlfl" fn-lllilM for tba relief of butua. : suffering. Then It would have appeared ; how ttiui-b w are mlsn-pros-n...

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 January 1894

I tr, THE POST H rmphntlorelly ft NKWS I'AI'KK.Iortlie l'fiileiil toy Um IHHipin. II rol umntt rn lw "lwn rr tbedlwuRHlon of tplon ot Interest to lt pntrons. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOO AL INTEREST K. C. Walter and wife Bpent Sun day with relatives at Adamsburg. E. Hummel, who was down with pneumonia, is able to be about again. Mrs. High Smith, of Georgetown, Pa., is the guest of Jas. G. Crouae, Esq., and family. A- H-TJlsh has sold his grain house and coal depot in Franklin to W. B. Winey for $4,800. Overcoats and all winter goods at cost to make room for the spring trade at It. Gunaberger's. Rev. Neff had sufficiently re covered from the grip to fill his ap pointments at Hassingers' and Mid dleburgh on Sunday. Ex-8heriff Middloswarth has pur chased 13atdorf St Enterlino's stock of goods at McClure and will cm bark in the mercantile business. Grand-pap Michael Schoch, who fcas been gradually sinking for some time, is no better and his extreme age (93) leaves little hope of recovery. Thom...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 January 1894

v.- " THE FLir.HT of THE heaiat. I j Th l.m-t if lie like a liir l f a net of car" ; t'l. up. t a liir.' r ssy, I n n mo'Iit :ur ' Jso ) I'liri tiii-.Toiri' its fl i -lit A ri I ii" huii'l eiui tin," . l! tl.lllt III l'".lll'y III! I III,;.?, In tnii-i'1 mi l llnaic. Ci: all tl tern . of Tim-i TllT l ll'OO' Ilk" ItllH : Tii" In-art irs up lis" a Mr 1 At Hi"' tr. W" "I l'li-v Ttc lir-trt .';r- n;- I i '-t a Mr I, l'..it it" v n 'ii t ire . r.ii'i'iirli "t r iptur" mi l .n T I :m I t'," -At- ' V" !" t1 l.-k "f n s.i.g -i' :i .iv. 4 I irt'i. i Ii" r. tin4 I. i t 1 1 .(-tit thing Sink- L.i.'k t.. tl " .-,rri. Ari I tli" rrv; :i I-. li-r i.ip, An I li iiil'.- it- ; nn . ( in. th. ii i, .... -l.-'i.. I f .r tti" tm rt 1 1.' i i, ic.nn " ri I: -a I ;... !.,;.. In In IV'H !' STUPIfTTIcOUEi.. I. i t!' " . It ;:"n:-;i. I- ' t ill't , M W r. I )... I,i i " - ' nii'.ii .i! , , . ,.-'. I ' " ! ' '.. - r..i i Mil. U:i-t. t. .1 I I 1 1 t . I I stv'.ii.i ; 1m l ii r . r . . '" -r tf . li.eim. t III...

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. — 11 January 1894

i i a CIckr-ITMOxl Toobf Kmtu Mmma Johnnie, why don't you try and have as olca table manners M Harry Jones? Johnnie Well, be cause I'm at home and bo's a-vlaltlng. nrd Tlaass. Polltlcinni any delate and CongroM ma) ltrUlnt, but tbora la one element ol dlstn-M : which make the timet very barJ IndooJ, and ' that If a cold winter and physical suffering. Tain and ache are not set down in any tariff list, and there la one reformer, 8t Jacobs Oil, that does not delay a prompt cure ol euch evils. Cotton Consumption. Great Hrltaln consumes one-third if the world's crop of cotton. The Meal riraannt Way Of preventing the grip,-, cold, beiwlncheennd term It to use the liquid laxutive remedy, Eyrup of Klir. whenever the system need a gentle, yet effet live cleHtisliiK. To be benefited one must Ret the true remedy nmniifm tiircd by the Cultfonilii Fi Hyrnp Co. only. Kor mi" by oil druitvlsts in &c. and f I Is'tllcs. China bad suspension bridges 11. C. Peafaesa ('not be CereJ br local nii;.li...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 January 1894

THE FLlfSHT OF THE HEAM Th hrs-t fiM up like a bird From a nest of cnr i t'p, up, to a lrior sky, To a soflrr nlr ! Io ry. rnn measure Its flight An1 no haml fan tani" ; It mount In l.mly nn 1 llg'.it, In music, and flnmc. Ot all thn rhnnif'"" of Tim Tlirr I none Ilk this : Tim hnnrt notnt up Ilk a bird At tho Mrokn nf lilis. Thn henrt nnn up liko n Mr!, Hut It wings niton 1 1 r j Cnotivli of r.iptur" and son:?, Tin i'Idii.I mi l tm Urn '. Its look. tl look of a king Of n nvi IH l.lrth, Tli poor, tin' I, Impotent thin; Sink Imi-k to tlm earth. An I thn metln-rspr.'n I lnr lap, Ami Mi" lull it p. nn ; '(Hi. thou who xli:hiM for thn sun Art Hum mini- .tiMin'.'" -Icra Hon ! (loo lull-. In lni1sm,nlr,&i STUPID JAC0UE3. i.v in m. TKo-rrrn. HI thnt yen nrc ! W re t C h e d be- I.--IVH. '. nntiibal : pfctr3v- IV:- '1 nig Hint v ml i n wasted this Mni.i'l .1l('lll, ftllf.lill) mlleiily before him. .liieiMU'S wns tlio lrude. The iimny in nreiits tnward the freelv visiteil on the if villa...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 January 1894

.. v A CInr-tlMCM Toona- Mn, Mamma John ole, why don't you trj and hare at nlca table manner. M Harry Jones? JohnnieWell. be. cause I'm at home and he's a-tlsltlnj. Ilara Tiaass. folitlelnns may dehata and Congress may lag-isiata, but tbera la on element of dlstri-ss Which makes tbe timet very harJ Indneil, and 'that la a cold winter and physical suffering. Tain and achee are not est down In any tariff liat, and tbera ia one reformer, Bt. Jacob Oil, tbut doe not delay a prompt eve ot such evil. Cotton Consumption. - Great Britain consumes one-third If the world's crop of cotton. Tke Meal riraraal War Of preventing the grtnpe, colds, beadachesand fevers la to we tb liquid laiatlvs remedy, Syrup of Fig, whenever the system needs a gentle, yet effective cleansliuj. To be benefited enemiMt get tbe true remedy mannfaetured by tbe California Fig Hvrup (Jo. only. Fur Mi ' by all druggists In bio. and 11 bottles. China bad suspension bridge D. C Peafaree t'aaaot be Cared br Viral an;illratl...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 January 1894

She .QtibWehrgli $asl PublUlicil every Thurdilay. T- H. HARTER Editor and PropriEtor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (wtilrh must b pnM In advance when sont out Mi' tlic enmity.) RATI S OF ADVIATISINO. All trnfirl"iit BilviTilHrini-nl8 not nttwrwlvo cmii ri-l"l f'T will Im-rlmrtf.-'l nt tin-rule nt in Mit rn-r Mm-(ii"iii.irlt iiii-i,.niri') tor Unit Inter t1n aii't l( iitu l-r llm- fur every siibseqiirut IllWTIIiiIl. Thursday, . I iMiuaiy 11, 1801. GiUi1-''.! A. G'ow Nominated. Tin) Ui pnMicim Slate convention which met in ll:irrisj)iir Wednes diiy afternoon imniiiiiiousl.r lioini niitcil Oiiliislni A. (Slow, of Siisipic hiintiii county, fur ('tiitgrcssiniin-nt-lmge, to Miceicd t ho Into (lencial William Lilly. F.x-Sen.itor I'arkiT, f Tiogu, presi ded mil tint roll cull hhowi-.l that tin i c wi ro 'J"i7 iMru'iti's ptewetit. All tin- oil (iHifeirt and committeca ipl i nt ol at tli'.) h-t convention served Mti tlii oci-'iHinii. In Mr I'm-ki : 1 ." n : it 1 11 1 speech, in which In1 unnoi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 January 1894

Sale Register. PAXTONVILLE. (DcferrM trorn lajit week.) The entertainment on Christmas night was a success. OKI Santa Claus was rather liberal in treating the little folks this time. . . .Ira Har "r who hail been working at Scran fn, came home to stay awhile.... A'm. and Grant Brunner of Glen Union spent a week at home.... Miss Kate Uowersox of Carlisle, spent Christmas at homo. She likes her work of teaching the Indians very much.... The C. E. Society of the Evangelical church purchasod a reflector last week for the church ....Quite a number of our young people sat up on Sunday night to watch the new year come in Mr. Iloutz aud Mrs. Weiriok are. on the sick list but are both recovering slowly. .. .Miss Jennie Brunner of Union county, is home for a few week. . . .Miss Laura 1 Turner of Sha mokiu, visited her paronts over Christmas.... Harry Frantz spent Christinas at Seliusgrove. Doxie. LOWELL. Our weather prophet, C. W. F., has calculated that wo will have thirty-four hiiowh this w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 January 1894

r.' THE M1DDLEBURGH POST. T. B. HARTXR, Ktrr aits Pu'i. MIPni.KIlfROH. TA.. J AS. 11. 1W4. The British ironclal Vulcan mnot le a monitor if it ruthler h taken a tb criterion. That useful adjunct Weigh twenty-two tons. "f- A statistician, with an appetite for ,the curious, estimate that th eole of the t'nitnl State drink 8. 12.1.00(3 gallon of water every day of the year, the average ilail y consumption amount ing to a pint. i The treei ami flowering plant,ponl bridges and lantern, dwarf pine, nix or eight inehen high but one hundred year old, and peony plants of npnal g but eight feet high are son re, of the wonders to be seen in Japanese flower gar de n . The new Congressional Library in Washington will, Librarian KpolTrI estimate, aceoiniuo.liito copie of all tho booka of the world for 100 rear to come, and still leave seven-eighths of it available space applicable fur other purpoKe. There were yet living on the 30th of June last, fifteen widow of veteran of the war of the Involut...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 January 1894

THE CAUSES Of. POVERTY. SB. TALHAOE B VIEWS ON THE1C Ssys'they Are Tariff Chang, Vice, Im provldeno and Bicknas. 1 - an . k . a . . . . . I i itt I J e aare nw pwr wvoyi wmt yon." Mutt hew xxvl., 11. I Who mM thai? Th Christ wb naT owned anything during III earthly star. IHe emit I a anil Ills grave war borrowed. Every flg H ' ww from Roma on el' Im. I vary drop of water Ha drank wa from otneona else' wall. To par II la personal tax. which waa vary smalt, only 81V ent, Ha had to perform a miracle and maka a h pay It. All thn heights and depth and inghts and breadths of poverty Chrlat mnii- red In HI earthly experience, and whan Ha coma to speak of destitution Ha always peak sympathetically, and what Ha aald than la aa trim now "Jf have tha poor al ways with you." I For HOOO years tha broad question has been tha art Ire and absorbing question. Wit now tha paopla crowding up to Joseph's store- bouse In Egypt, witness tno lamina in na marla and Jerusalem. Wltnesa tha 7000 hun gry peopl...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 January 1894

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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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