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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 January 1894

'f THE POST THE POST 1 pmphfttlonlly NEWS pii'lilt.fortlierenpleanil M the l'eoplw. Its col u'nnnnro rIwb.v open tor fm illMIln "f tpir of interest W 1U patrous. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Miss Naoma Schoch is visiting relatives at Shaniokin, Pa. Grand-pap Michael Schoch is no bettor an d nil hopes of his recovery are abandoned. Curtiu Graybill, of Swiutford, caught a largo mink in a steel trap one ilay lust week. Mrs. O. W. Burns ami little daugh ter, of Williamstown, aro visiting relatives in Middleburgh. Ovei coats and all winter goods at ost to make room for tho spring trade at II. Gunsbcrger's. SI. L. Kreegor left for Lewistown last week to accept tho position as assistant manager of tho Coloninu House. G. C. Gutolius is Belling out his -wintflr poods at irroatlv reduced prices in order to make room for the spring trade. The real estate of Dr. T. B. Bibig house was not struck oft on Tues day. The house in town was bid up to 1,500. Anv oar readers having Stave Machinery th...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 January 1894

HIE MIDDLKBUKQH POST. T. B. DARTER, Xorraa ad Tm'k Mini)i.r.r.i-i:iir, pa., jan i. wu. Inland lin :h medical r-T titicn. rs enrolled ia this yeur's medi cal register. Tho fruit t.j of thin country, mostly devoured t homo, is valued tit Ul 0,000,00.) n year. Over it )0,iio ,,!,. .,,,,!,. wro lit Ataxon rLij..- t from Florida to New York, not to mention tbon? mat line where. Kentucky, which iuiuciI n grimo law Inform there wert .00 ln-opl"' in t ho then Territory, m rtill nt it. It i4 now illegal t hunt on any iujloicl land without 'riiiifMin. Purine t!n entire summer l 1 S.I 4 thi timin rxhihiti'in Imil linqn of tho World'n Fair will ct'iud in .laokxon I'ark. Th" linMiu will lie udmittol tvcrywh.ro in t!i- par; free. Tho work of l':vitifyiir th' inrk will pro press htc i lily. Ail State an I foreign buildings will 1 out of th n. ir t!i en I of tin ground ly Mny 1st. The com ruihionefM will nt oii"' 1m";t.ii th" work of restoring tliu'. cud of tho park to itn former appearance, an 1 e...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 January 1894

REV. DR. TALMAGE. THE BROOKLYN DIVIXE'S SUN DAY SERMON. Subject: ".Mother in Israel." Ttlt ; " 7V mother of ftttera looked out at a irimloir." Judge v., St. Spiked to the ground of Joel's tent lay the (lead commander In cLInt of the Canaitnltlsh host. General Hlsern, not fnr from the river Klshon, which wm only a dry bed ot pebbles when in in Pnleetlne, we crossed It, but the gullies end mvlnot which Ma Into tt In dlcatel the possibility ot greet freshets like the one at the timeof tie test, fleneral 8lsera had gone out with WO Iron chariot-, but he was defeated, nnd, hie chariot wheel- Inter locked with the wheel of other charlote, he eould not retreat fast enough, nnd bo he leaped to the ground en ran till, exhaust ed, he went Into Jnel's tent for safety. Hhe had Just been churning, and when h" asked for water ih e gnvn him buttermilk, which In the east Is considered a most refreshing drink. Very tired, end supposing he was safe, he went to sleep upon the floor, but Jael, who bad ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 January 1894

i ... , V Sie .tJIfrblfburgj! ipost. Published" every Thursday. T- H. HARTER Editor and Proprietor. Subscription 1.50 per year. (which must Ix; pnt1 tn ft'lvnnro when sent out Slill! till! county.) AATtS Of ADVf RTIStNO. All tr insrl.Mit ti'lvrrttsi'tni'tit trit nthrrwlw Coiilnu'lc'l t r will ) ( Inn k'imI ul tlir r:t nf 1.1 tvnt ht llin (iiiiiiimrli l ini'iiAiirvi f-r llrst Insrr linn mill in i ciiti mt lint' lur every suls.'ciii'iit Insertion. Thursday, .1 unitary IS, 1S!)1. KllVr.KKYILU:. lin-liil h went hi'iird on S 1 1 1 1 1 a y Dr. lli'iiu iti is k pt liiisy ut t cihI- in; tli'1 M'li lr. J. (). Wii'-nut. nf ISfuvcr Spring-, puM his father a living vi-itt no diiy list vmK Prof. A. .1. Hei'iimu hits resigned iis jiositiuii us Icaclici ill Monroi' Iowp hliip iitnl Ikis iircepti'il n position as tciiihir in tin' High St hool at King ston. I'a ...Mr. ):itiiil Hitter, nn Hired geiitlfintiti of .Monroe township, died on Friday night and was lmried on Tuesday nt Krutervillo. Mr. Hitte...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 January 1894

Sale Register. FAXTONVILLE. Bishop C. S. Hainan of Reading, Pa., will preach in the Evangelical Church next Saturday evening. All come out to hoar him . . . .The Evan gelical S. S. on last Sunday re-elected" II. G. 13owersox superintendent, I. Bowcrsox ass't superintendent, M.C. Ilarnor secretary, and D. R. Harncr treasurer Some of the citizens of our town are busily en gaged in cracking Mr. Boyer'n wal nuts at five cents per pound. They are all going to inako a fortune out of it.... Arthur and George Shaino bacher of Newton Kaunas, who had been visiting at this place, left for home again last week. They en joyed their trip very much. . . .There was quite an excitement in our town last Suudny afternoon. Christian Oraybill shot an arrow iuto Roswell Girl's eye, but happened to injuro the member only slightly. Doxie. CENTRE VI LLE. Candidates for township ofliccs should now lngin to loom up. . . .L. A. Stiuo and wife, of Swineford. were in town amongst their friends over Sunday V. L. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 January 1894

LOVE HAS fIS WAY. "I'll nvor l for lov ;on," A linugli'v mntilrn sail. " "Tlio mm who olulm me for his oira In paths of fnmu inut triw!. He must hftvi- saif.s upon tho main, Anil l of jirou I dixrw, Or I slmll treat with liluh itklaln II in w.r! of love for tn-." Ab, haughty mnl li'ii, v nciri Lost wealth c.n l fit m rvc tut a snnrj, A lovr nine tlil mill 1 t j w.i, A ynnth quite f.iir t s : Hi lv" wis trn.-, h: heart w.is tru?. Hut y-t n. k-. In I If V nk ti 'Wii t lortimt or t f ini", In liiirnM path i li tr I , III- only w.'ilt!i mi 1ioU'"! livii", Tim ti. tift f.: fio,. Ah. haughty 1 1 ).. ivtiiin t re'.!, Tlio power o' ! v :i t u .! o;.:i t !!. Tim -rii I" n li! --ii lirst w.th ,-crii, To ' I i!'" of . v, II -it 1:1 !)..: .: i :t . 1 t.c n.cn Mor.- Lrih! li.- -:.ir - ii' :.-, ForlovK h i I I.I tin. tiny fl.iie- That filii-ii.i r.-.i In I. i r I r.-.-i-f. What e'lro I sin- t..v f.ir w.'.i't'i or f.l'T S.u . ' x.' Ii'-r s,.ti' j-,.......,. -, Tli.' haughty iii;ii. !n I .ini".l t ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 January 1894

A mm ENGLAND MIRACLE, A BAlLRCMrt KKils-KKa IlELA'fM 111:4 r.XPKHIKCC. tct irortfrr.rrt stot t.t tr mrD c. toja i!tt ri3 MTDrr.-;:-tTT to a as- lOllTE? or THP. tnsTOft BESALD Lorn am ntsToaro sites YEACS or A10ST. frrom the Do:oa IIfrld.l Th vast ln'allh-iTicf results nlrtalr At tributed I'j-tho nrtrsriapprs throu'uniit this rouDtry nuJ OnvJa to Dr. Willlvns' "Vinit Nils (or Ta!o rolo' have, ocra recrutl urpm!-ntil by th case two eouflrmol lovallii In oaa bousMiold io a Net Eiubol town. The names of tlirs j people nrs Fre l C. To. Ul wifs nil bis Diotbf r-in law, Mrs. OliTor C. II :t. of Petorboro, msmbsrsof lbs tamo bous -Inl 1. To tbo nr.iU tr porter who u sent to invMtlirntd bli remnrliiiMo cum Mr. Vosa Mid t ''I am t1iirty-ftviD years old, and bans been railro-vlloat for I ho Fitcbburg for fifteen year. Eluco boyhooJ I bave been troubled witb a weak stortiaoh. Tor the past seven years I bavo suffer J terribly nnj constantly. Hy stomach won! J not r-t iln fool t try head ached ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 January 1894

X f ReportLrf Receipts and Expenditures of Snyder County for the year ending Dec. 31, 1893. TAHUI, U s P VTKSIKN P aim win ' ift"'tinm in i l, x .munition . allowed, and iiirtiiiilin t it" fur 1 ami iirevimn years. IllM 'II.I.V.iT'MH. I .1 ..Im II. 11 ... .r W. I. .1 irr. t' .Im. It .x W .11 Mm III A-i.in ' !li .1 ill'. I'. llln 111 N ni. I I Mllllll S I 1 . Ililmiit'l ill .1 .1 . ' h I Ilttlltll-1 Aii, In ' l it .nil. nl.lt A'lit'h Hi'urrr .1; I. .1 irnt I K. I..mil'i,fl er lli-nrf i " Jr., .1. It . II. Uio II. Iir,..r I .111.- ll..tlll Win. tl. .smith S. I. M'tiK'.min .Ifl.-hni iillttiiitntl lint In tlltt Ivt.r llorm r j Ki.li. sliiiiila-li 1 .Vi luifl V.r.:lil 1 II. I . MhiiiiiimI i .1. I. I.ti.-k .In. ..A I r .-l u .1 .. '.in lli I J i )'.. I liriili 'rn', ,lr l l KU'.I i I. I. i liiii.lriini Y-r i ln I- II I-.. I I'll I'll v.l i 1 HI v. l'l l"l ll'l I'l l'l "i W'l l"2 vrj i MI III. t' ntofi Vi'itu atl.l.lM'Vi ll.av.r Wet I n.'ihln. A'laill4 iLmrr . t I V -i re ltllliU.I 'I Vniu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 January 1894

ArtfH Co. Commissioners, 1 1 4 HE POST THE POST iKH,f'","f reopiennd the people. H ! . .n iwnv oiwn for I run liy Hip pilltnr. It IHIIIH llll UrKltll." It Hi-iirKi culliir." II IH'VlT't'"! I ! IHHH', A minever Holdout. huiiK iipunii .!. n)r k iHM-iiiwIon of topic Of Lresl to 1U ptronii. VOL. 31. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JANUARY 25, 1894. NO. 4. mi EMS of LOCAL INTEREST H. H. Hassinger of Sunbury, pent Sunday at home. Overcoats and all winter goods at ost to make room for the spring trade at II Gunsberger's. Mrs. Joseph Bowersox fell on the board-walk on Monday morning and Jhroke one of the bonos in her right wrist. A nominating caucus will be held t Qraybill's hotel, Swineford, on Friday evening, Jan. 26, and the nomination on Saturday afternoon, for Franklin township. O. C. Qutelius is selling out his winter goods at greatly reduced prices in order to make room for the fipring trade. Meteorologists, who are weather- wise or otherwise, predict seven snows yet this season. Come,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 January 1894

COT THE 3LESSINQ. Tstst Hnndsv thar mm prnarbln', an' ws (II sratil nut to hear ; The MMIerniireli mia led, fur tlia rlrh eu' poof was tilers; It a r a spltti .Id anriuon an th ilTiRlu' (all n fras 'Alnsstn grace, ham i the sound that Itr4 a wrsteb Ilk In. Wbsntosll ilia ,rnim wm In kind (plen.lil. I tuaan It To laka (leap runt an hear git frul j In asry ainnat mirei , It M (nil of onaolillia f r wear lM - '! lull uf invltatlnu to Christ craai. hearts lit an I Dot I? Tha tit w 'bout tha prodnp.1 who spent lilt 11 I ii' tiaal. t'ntll ha ama at Isit t won the husk tlia win old aal , Hut a rat ill itiiflit gs linn comlm t whan b hardly llnl to lia I will So nntu hit father for my father will torsi a in talkiit' to vdii f,il lr a. " ani l Mm ur her, 'hare ti iliy, Wbo 'ot tlia Miint llvlu In a i-otui'rr f'ir ; away , Too va got til go abate I lint fa'lrr an veil ! caul lall alii hp how Hut coma tia-k lo 1 1ri tattici ha wmulla fit yo no : i f-'mm th amen rorncr to tlia li-r tlia ti l.at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 January 1894

The Mast Flraaaal War Of tTeiliiiu tbc grippe . rol.ls, liea4arliesand fevers to to use the liquid laxative mnrdy, ftyrup of Tie. whenever tbc ) Mrm umli a gentle, yet effective cleansing. To be benefited one must gel the true reniedy manufactured by llir California Fig Syrup Co out). Kir Mia by all ilrunKii.n Id jot. antl l Littles. In AnMria there are 15J,0X) savings bank drKxitnrs. "Baowa's ItsjnarniAi, Tarx-na' are er. eel lent Inr I lie relicl nf Hoarseness ir Sort Throat. 1'bey are rtiredinaly iflcctlve," CstuWml 111,111.'. London. AH'.. Iru ba bill W telegrapn oilier in entire country. tbe A DUTY TO THE PUBLIC " frit It a ilnly to th- public tovnrl th'l certificate. I had ihe arlp in tbe wimrr of HI awl VJ severely t list it deprived mrofth, ue of i y arnm so li.al my wife hail to dr. a, ami undtvse nir. I tried live doctors and noi our acc .inpi.rbed anything. 'J urn I drier liiilird to try Rood's Sareaparilla F'rfnre I kail taken our loitlr I had the use n' my arm, thank Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 January 1894

. n) ... -1 .' --, --.. . ' ' ' . ii .. . ii .11 iM ' J ni.nn .i.M. - II Hi ill IIHI li I IM I I inn. I PubliHhoJ every Thuritdaj. ML BARTER Editur and Proprietor. Subscript ion $1.50 per year. (wlilch mnHt b pnlrl In lnif wht-n m-fit out k1(i tlit county.) RATCt Or ADVIRTISINO. All f r:ino't'iit ilviTilHfmi"tit not nMiPrwl' contrwiiil inr will Ih tlnirifftt at tin- niti of 1.1 o-ntu wr llrin iin.irli'l niciuturo tor tlrxt Inter lion nriil Hi I'ciiln kt Huh for evrry Muliwiiiint IumTIIuii. Thursday, January 2"), IS!) t. Kx dnvi rnor .T unes A. Heaver of i ll f..iitc, j a letter to T..T. Klrork, C'Iiaiiilerliirtr, Pi., tletiieH the htate un'iit uttiibiitcil to liim Unit I lie pie- vailing ilt predion Iiml no political H.i.ili'.tt in. It i.-t Minnie. .Hit lifVt itliclrHH tine tli it jnii t-iiii't I'm. I a leiui id ut who lms it ii. I up the Hawaiian diplomatic tn ii 1 llf, lnit every inttthi'i'M miiii of tlu in ran repent tlio evict woi-iln of CiuntKio in rciml to lh- tin ill' with a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 January 1894

Sale Register. i i i li m :i m Ercef Fuin Hawsa Barrick. vtn Kkbnei. IIahif.k. ch Lob tlcro shunt ilu tswio wocha n hrerf g'shtivva, mi tlalo fun tin . i ji. i iwr tlerwicga. So tuuna mer kent ch UHht onna hucku tin hrerf shriva 10 easy oh inorcn t.aw-nhtarrn ous'ra inil shindcl Ht hnit .la knit, awver on sc es muolil brovecra don titiiui r OUH OH I K (lllli) lllohlri gait WO tZH'- .ppu. ii'H wou k inaneu ion wei tie it niiiohl hoongerich warn lussa. 'zu feel fnrilathetl tie Hoop. "Won o kot. not in tlou wnnlt tier bri ower." Do bcsht koch oh ich in Licitu Leva gakcnt bob hut usht ga- lunk fun yuilctn nil' tier dish oh h u net gons sot guuiaucht but. Wo h en boo woro bov ieli iiio not gn- unk tzookor crocked fur mich sot a, un do result woro ich woro oln- art hoongerich ilcrfore. Wo ich iiuohl geld Htlver furdooned bob bov i -..it i ... i. .i.... i .. icil incr mom grawu tu muvu uuwicr wierdt tzooker ga-kawit, hob mich Llertzu ga-luikod un g'essa bin ich ronk woro, un kcII hut do bi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 January 1894

niEMiDDLEBUKonrosT. V. H. HARTIR, Burre awn Pm M1DDI.KM IK.H. PA . JAN. '.K.4. A novel insurance rntiipnuy ban !er-n tartoil in France, with tho uliject of auiiiilyiug: Kill with dowries when they marry. Experiment niHlt in 1'iiplstitl in running carriaca ly tlcotricily have Im'D very mieeesiifiil, niid it i frerly predicted that a tinn' it nt far liw taut when it will displace tin.' h'Ttcuu the farm na a motive power. It in rf ort'l t Lat enM liaa Veen fonui in the region 'f "tlx" lij: red apple" of mint hern Missouri. Thi may ! true, lmt the farmcre will finil j far more gold with far less work in 1 he golden grain niul golden pippins almve 1 ground, ih tho sciisilde view taketi ly j tlio Haunts ('it v St nr. ! The total iniiiilx r of juijuIh rnrxTli'il in the- schools of thei TJnitod HUUh for the year 101-1 '... wns 13,2:14. ln;t, ii' nvrrup: h.ily ntu nl ance hcing s,5.'J,'"" I. Tin' -u r-l 1 in tit for the jear 1 '-ls'. I in elmwn t-i havo liecn 111, 0-1, 22, atnl the nvtriu'o ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 January 1894

BESET BY WOLVES. XCITISO EXPKKIKNCK OF , JJKBKA9KA RANCHMAN. Ws Open and the wolves Entered ATerrltle I-,o counlrr Knsued. ANCE DUTTEUFIELD. a , a l. v ; J, rsncumau 01 mm vieimiv, is i richer to-ilay than he vkk last week 1r the possession of Line dozen wolf-skins and au exciting xperienoo with tun animal they nirinallv covered, with aliout twenty Lre thrown in to make Rood measure, rites tb tlordou (.!. ) corro- fTMimli'nt of the Galveston News. 1 .. . .-i.i -i 4 'ton ...l . r- . t- pHUSieti miuiii mr niun irotu ms Mil dwelling house is a roofed-in I I, where are placed at ui;ht the i .. I : it I .. 1 . 1 - II k,M' Having nine ones, mm mis ioiii intrusted in tue rare of a lov tianieil a-kicl. rnt it happened that . Kiel's outer affections are placed on n, i .- l 1 .!. I lii'i.MI'iur n itiiiiiniier, nim n :s while thinking deeply of the iKciniitin damsel, eujoyiug in antiei ut ion t'm evening with her, that l.'l.ii'l Turcot to f-eeiire the door of Misplace, lie was still ahs.'tit w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 January 1894

A Report of Receipts and Expenditures of Snyder County for the year ending Dec. 31, 1893. TAHITI. Ml srvrKMKMrnlviiuo'illH('fioiH iu 1 , e!tonoratins Allowed, mid Diitt vii'Imk t'itiM f r and prevlom years. llilMVI l Jill 1.11 i i 1 J 81 4 1-1 V "I U wo I A I 4 6? . I I IW HI 4.1 at ?i lie) M HI yii i 4 insrmci'. I ( I.I.KiT'MH. YMr lH MM 1'il l') ! iv ivl 11 KM inl l'd l"l KM l'M lwl H'H l"l , Iv.'J iwt Vl I If J luj lf4 I li I'niun Piiii Mi.l.ll--Vh 11. ai-r Wt r rnklin A.lanu Hcm-r Weal ntri. IMiilpltnin Pr.mklui J .. n Mid.ib-.retk Monr. I I (Milt tyring I lilmi Ail. linn II. i. r ilmver Weil I "mire i linpiiiif II Franklin Ji.-kiuii M..ll.l.'(h 1I,, r, r,.. k Muiiruv Penn JVrry lrrt Writ aNiluiFKroi tyriti l.iilmi Wiidiliivton J. l.n H. II.Hivur W. 1. .Iurn tt .lip, ItMWr'.ix ; V . O. Smith . An -tin Milt .1 no. I-'. Z.lniiun Win it Mnllli S 1 1. Iilntf inin .1 ll'k.ollllilMllllt-l Aim. In Hilt . no IM.lt ; A' h Heaver .In... I. .1 arret , I K. I,..u.. nfl r I HnrT Hum, Jr., .1...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 February 1894

THE POST Co. (.'onimfcaioncu, 1 1 )l IL I UUI H emphatically ft NEWS I A I' K It , f r l lie reopk- nnrt t the I'onple. Its ml. umnsnrn always n'ti for the dlwawtWin ot topics of Interest to It patrons. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Editor Burns of the Williamstown Time spent Sunday in Middleburgh. Adam Spangler of Una town lias been quit neriouRly ill during the last week or ten days. Mrs. Caroline Miller, of Lewis town, spent Beveral days last week with Lor brother, 'Squire Gilbert, of this place. The editor of the Post is in Harris burg this week attending the an nual business meeting of the State Editorial Association. The little "diftcr" of snow on Tuesday morning brought out a few sleighs and the unfamiliar sound of sleigh bolls was heard for a few hours. Spocial bargains will bo oftered at the Cash Store between this and Spring. Come, Bee. and bo convinc ed. David Wetzfx, 4w. Swineford, Pa. Harry Swineford, formerly of Middlebureb. died at his homo in Mifllinburg on Sunday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 February 1894

AT II F.ST. We lay ns elml liwn I" sleep. When frit'ii Hy night is come, m l leave To 'Sol i iin rest Whether im wik" l smile or weep. Or w.ik ii more ih Time's fair shoro, H knowdh lt. O Kathr. bb in love Tliy child I We Isv us down to sleep A sinks til" s in in western skies When tiny Is done .ni l twilight dim Corn's silent on. So fades Hi" world s mi'( luring pri.e Ou i'VM that el 'iii d'"p repos". Till UMlirs tho dawn. Whv (i o ir veils willi wearing cnr"? Why sun I It.- uriv.i. fir aching hiMl S I mi I .,w ' Have we f.itin I hf . , i i,ing fair, Si grin I to l.i. s.i ,,( tli it w Nli .'il l In-1 1 (.. g ' Hoaie otli t Inn I !i isk r;lll t ,t i lfsc.lt s ; -i li he., f 'if l V Ity u- begun N'i w.rk f,,r wlndi mi,i f., wake, lu ui gn-f. f.-r life s.. I.ri-:. i'll'M! t. U. -Hno H,,,m,.k. ping. BARBARA'S WIG. it v ii.-.i.kn I'oiinr.sr i.i:ivr..s. II. M t IMC. ioV l( Hlli.Ws!'" -.nil Audrey Alston, u it li ii yawn. It Wlls pltst cl.'V.'.'l 'clock, mi I break- Isst .i jit ),,,., li....

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. — 1 February 1894

Ilia Caa IJopeleaa. Ad office-seeker applied to JoMah Qulncy, x-Assiatnnt Scrrft.tr of Bute, for place In the State De pirtmrnt. "What did you tell Mr. yuincyV" asked ft Senator to whom the olflce-aef Iter, disc, uratred by his lack of iuTe. applied for a-aalatance. "1 told him God only knew what I had done for the party at the last election, replied the would-he Con ul. "You did, eh?" tald Ihe Sena tor; "well, you might as well go hack borne. Any man who tella .fottlah tjulncy that (iod known more than he does will get no position In the State Department." Tti Veil Pllrtaltaa. The lattat "wrinkle" in the art of flirtation is imported from Cairo. It ia ailed "Le.leu dn Voile." If Ihe veil is dropped completely war the fare before the lady leave four night, it indicate "I am pleased tith you- but be carefnl." If on the coutrarr the veil is raised to as to expose the lips, this indicates 'a kiss" in metaphor nnfortnnstely, 10 d if the veil is lifted entirely off the lace tie intention...

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. — 1 February 1894

J :. i .QlfoWeburgh Jost. l'ulHslu'l every Tliursilay. T- B. BARTER Editor and Proprietor, Subscription $1.50 per year. (wlilch wihi m n.ii, in udviiiM'o wlwn sent otit .'.'I" tin' rmiiit v.) ATf9 OF A0VIRTI9INO. All r -in I -r i r M'li-rtNi'in"i,ti tint nttirrwl coiiir.n i. il f..r u 111 l.i- rlinri;. 'I nt Mn r .iti- nf II rents r li'i.- tiinii:irl.'l iiii-.it'iri-) f'.r tlrtt In-u-r-'Inn Hint in -lit p.-r llni- fur i htj- Kili-'.i'irnt 'lis. Tllull. Thursday, lYImary I, IS!)1. F.irm T.v.it-on. We ii' 't ' I'luiii f lin inililislwil jiro rraiu :t:- nl" l!n- f;iriinrs' institutes, IM'.V III ill.' III ! in li'ti'is (if till- Slntf, tli.it Srii.itMi- llrov.u is still a 1 Irc-isii;.. tli,. f.inncis iniu'i tln the sll.;.( of t-IMltjon, tlotwitll- Nl.iinlui.,' tin- r.irt tli.;! it h.is b en clearly d.'!ii"!i -tr.'it.'d that t In- farms of our stat tae I nt mi av. ni-e are rate o" I s t!:i ;!' ,i, ', ,i ,, It.'i'i i :::I. imhi '" : and that it is ' ii t i 1 1 on tli" I -t day of a ei.'' ...

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