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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 February 1894

U :i1 Grccf Fum Hawsa Ba.rick. Leveh Kiiisi.i. IIai;i'KI;. Icb bin iler oniu-r ilnvj luit un Sammy ttechliiiln im 1-uul room tl'fni :i mi eino liolfii frisho kco hoocIih fur ulT iler inonick. Der Sammy U en Koot-nmniclior ilrup mi is olsfartlt 0111 lnoveciu far chtriilo Hi t 1 1 1 much iln nueliboin, uwver on dor winm tzoit won uro tu kou kuwfa 1011 far linf ilnwler os fooftzich wunlt imloii Imkiiiinieit nro Mill ml urn ile gn rcchtichkeit. W'tU, iili nn ilw Sammy sin n(V cm wiiko K'wost ilorrii'h'H (Uuliln r iliiwl null' don lien nieru ileleit ivviT nil hum Hchwft.ii fun thin hhmiiih mon oh os lcilxht slipote-.volir ins iluwl K'it:o;i in. So lu ll rcfi liiicc g'hot tzu'm Jjill Shtitscl. S lien tirs net fun sooner hhwjjii keiinu wo mean os il.no mon is, uu mere hclta feel net rIiiwvu ken mi won ich un iler Sammy one. net Kot Kukoiit hettiv we aro inn liurriek pi-woonoil hut. So hen g'miwt aro hi t olsfart a pawr ilutzent niic oyer in niiim kiirreb os tier nlitoro-koopor ous tziilu K...

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. — 1 February 1894

niEMlDl)LOUKGIIIX)ST. T. H. HARTXR, Euro jr Fu'i MII'Pl.LT.rp.Gll. PA r KP I 1K4. Tim policy of protecting the Jeer in the Mainp woods by it riorou clone sraeon in mid In be resulting in an un expected return of woivee to their old haunts m well hm in an increase of the Virginia stand, next to Texas in it Populist MreuKth, aaya the I'etroit Free Press, The three utroripesf I'oji. altet State in the Mouth are Texan, IIH,(M)u; Virginia, M.OtM); Alabama, 80, 000. A Chicago journal mvK that nine tenth of the eli tiT .flic in Cook County, Illinois, which include thnt eitjr, are now held bv foreign lioru I """e "f Headling. firm., near re.leral ...... i;. i . " , A . on the Pittsburg, Charllera and Oitturalled eitiena, and that two- i ,ougl,i,,gheny Baiirnud. More the rioter thinla of the Otv Council wire born i ".'t resntan.-e and w-- clieca . , . , i 'd. I.eeaiiiig W incheter rifle?, in th Ui Inland. I hands of I homas and Will, am deviling : and their lie phew. Hurry Headline, opened t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 February 1894

CHIEF BUSIIYHEAD. TIIKMOST MOTAHIiK M AX INT1IK CIIKKOKICK NATION. lilt Krentfut unci Siirrrisfnl Carter II Was n 'Forty-niner Mow, nil Oklahoma, Town Itoomrr. ONE of the most powerful far tors in ttie settlement of the Cherokee Strip in an Indian. His name in IV tin in W. Itusuyhead, anil be was for eight year the principal chief of the Cherokee. Hi baa been an eventful and suc rnesful career, as career ate measured ij white men. Ha is sixty-seven yours oM, and bin lif" baa beeu one of incessant activity, in which lirt baa at once com man (led the or-tnplcto confi dence of the Cherokee Nation and the respect of business men aud officials with whom be hat eoino in contact. Chief Iiushyher.d baa many warm friend throughout the West, and wherever be goes is aure of a hospitable- welcome. When be talk of bis own career he i very entertaining, and ia always certain of ntUntiyo lis tener. He wan in Wichita. Kan., one night recently, and for several hours entertained half a wore of hi fri...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 February 1894

Report of Receipts and Expenditures of Snyder County the year ending Dec. 31, 1893. '. f I". V r li m . Htni it-.i tiixe in- H.I mi JUsyniT-i. I Mill "III I Mi.lli.l.L'li II' M f Wt-t I r nk i.n ,.' v , w . -l . 1 1.. I'll I 1 1 ! II l"l .1.1.1.1. Jv ...n M ..Ml. I.-, h M..nr i - ft rlinr ri.i..n AdlltlK r.i-iH. .1 .I n II. II -.nr W. i .li.rr.tt .l.m. Ii. . f. x w .i; Mn, Hi A i-i n il:i. ... i . . . I,... ... I,, I I Mi, HI, s i ( . I:.,, a;, ii.n .1 . -.., I I ....Mil. I A:i-. iii i 1,11 I... I l It -.,h r.. iir .1 .'',!' .turret I I'. a..u,l- u-ler II, i.rjr !,.. Jr., .1 li IMji I I, M-lir.i,fr i ... II. W .... I . Snltli s i), ninumnin .I.1!, nil. mill. i Atimlii i i ift I'. I. r II. 'I i. i r H I, S.-lriuil.ncli M ti'lii,.'! I'.r.Mcy li. F. II uiiiui'.i .1. I. I.tiok .li.'i.A. Hr'.rlu .t.-..h f nlK A J. llr.M, II, tin iron, .Ir I II ItlK.I J.. I. Hun, Irani h.m.t w . i 'rt.I re 1 i..i.n:in Ft ll.olill .1 -m-ii Ml.l.ll.l.'uti r.Tk .Mo im hi Trim I'.rry Vrrrj Writ HnJlni'Kioe Sl...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 February 1894

i i .1 Vo. foiuiuiMionerJ, 1 94 THE POST fcF h POST In prnphntlenlly a NRWS Y. 4 1 k'11. fi r the People and b the reoplfl. I' m run tv the editor. II I" mil in: iiivhii." It wears iio" nlliir." It heVerdodiri'll II Isfllft', A ml never Holdout. nui.h i in iuii f i.5u it j ti r amnsaro nmnjniip u mr IH rtlWIIWlim Ot topics Of Interest to lis patroua. ' A ,0 n -r J.W 'Tift . i VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Mrs. Dr. Sbindel is confined to the house with rheumatism. Road in this paper how to get fifty World's Fair Views free. II. A. Bibighaus, of Philadelphia, pent!several days in town this week. Although we have had very little snow, the sleighing has been quite ood during the past week. Do not forget the Sunday school foreign missionary exercises Sunday evening. All are cordially invited. Friday of last week was Ground Hog day, and the sun shone bright ly all day which means six weeks' of winter weather. Aaron Stahlnecker moved back in to his property in Middleburgh on Tuesday fro...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 February 1894

TUEMIDDLEBUKGH r0ST. T. B. HARTER, Enrr am Pu'v middi.km in;H. yy.w . imh. The report .f t li Hoard of nelth for New York City for the jtnft year Khow t lint it was the hen 1 tint's t since 177. A writer in Longman's Mnpazino fears that "in the itret American Ic UKHTnry great men Love craned to be fcuJ ru uever more erine." The hliako has become a thing of the pant in the French army. It haa lingered only in the garritiou of I 'aria. The Khako khn horn in limitary, and dethroned the rockvil hat. It has as timed many shapes, all of them ugly ; Vtit it has been worn in ho many fam on battle, ami depicted in ho many military pictures that the flavor o' Lislory attaches to it. 'While in (iunuany the people are jilHt learning how many good t tiinH can lie made from our eornincal,' ft tat e the New York Post, "ui Kng land they are discovering how good our cranberry is when properly rooked. Ileretofura the 1'nplie.h havn 11 ot taken to it kindly, which in not wonderful if it be true tliHt ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 February 1894

UMIIWIWWWIWW ' TTIVir ' ' -4 J I America at Antwerp' (treat Exposition. Right on tho heels of the colossal Columbian Exposition there conn-a an other World's Fair, the Antwerp In ternational Exhibition of 1894, "under the high patronage of IeooM II., tho Kiug of the Hulgiaun." It will be in augurated May C, with the fanfare and trappings of royalty. When tho visitor to the exposition on tho banks of the "lnv Monoid t" passes into tho grand entrnuro on thn I'Ince I'nlilhine next summer one of the most striking pictures to greet his fye will be the facade of the American building. It will be one of the most beautiful Bnd pretentions pieces of architecture on the grounds. Facing the grand entrance from an advanta geous position oti the right, its prom inence vfill rival that of the Hullo des Fetes and will be excelled only by the (lalcrics do l'lndustrie, or main build ing. It is regarded as the most prom inent site ever accorded a foreign country nt au exposition. Tho building will be...

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

i'ubliHlicil every Thursday. T- H. BARTER Editor and ProDruior. Subscription $1.50 per ye;ir. (which must rml1 In arivanen when aont oil -Mill' llio county.) ATISOF AOVIRTISINO. All f ntnu'li'iit mlviTtlnrni'titi tint othcrwlv rmiinnt.-il ,ir win l' cluirif'l hi ihi rati- of is ci'iiis jht ii ni (ii'inparli'l nifiiiiiro fur lint Inwr tlmi nii'l ID ccnti ht lliic fur I'Vi-ry Kiilisciiiii'ht ill -rt iiiu. Thursday, IYInuary N, ISO I. cr.NTItKVILLI-;. Tin' Ikhiic of mr in i'hlxir, V i II - i:llll If. IF ll't 111:111 h;n il t,'lntl cast over it, rjiiHcl liy t !io il.'alli of John I'runlvliii, their only eliiM. a promis ini; yoniitr limn jut cnteriti"; t In vitror of nmtihooil, who dieil on Nut ni il i.v iiiornini; of Hjiinnl iiicninit is, lifter an illness of nliout ti n days. AIiImhiltIi MtilVi i in'intciiM! jiain, In,' Hct'mi' 1 rcsini'.l to his fotnlition, ami paxscil away jxaci -fully ami witli a linn Tilth in his S ivior. Death is, at nil tinii's, an nnwi lconio vis. ilor, lu.t wli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 February 1894

Breef Fum Hawsa Barrick. Levkii Kkhnei, Hakdkk. Ich liaro tie loit ivverall Hchwitzu wit-git lu lianltu tzMu tin ich hob's nucb neo net larshtio ki'tina woo sc. liaro coonid Inn uNr miner iluwg. Ith 'in en lot fun niiiiaoMtniTonicH wora wiililor oni waitz-houso mm IluhYiheckn un iner lien 1n li;u U i tzeiila amolil recht dincusnt'il. Dart wore dor Hum SSecshuls. Arc hut en grosso nrbHhoft fun ninio iluwily greekcil. Do nrbMiof t hut are tlor rich ga-blowi in tlri your, un hhIiUt hut are ken tulicho hhoold liiitzmvlt. Won aro druff oeht gwn het don brcicht aro Bi heva niiimiy sholVa un kent independent reieh ni. So we'n is ngeud aro ken cent, shoft nix uu doot tti gonso tzeid it i 0111 sheldtii wrcga dii bunks un dn reicha hit. Navich cmo wore ihr oMt dawdy Shlop g'Hitzed, woo hi gonse nop wcluhkurn ch lcdsht yohr fardarva hut grecked by ninio ngena fee wile aro ken goim g'foch feiiHo ufl' hiiuo blotz hut. Aro hut blendy hul ufl' Hinera boweri far fenca bowa, awver wilo are net goot ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 February 1894

7 CHADLE SONO. In tha garden of Iireatulatid n flowr ever grow. In form like a Illy, In lino lik it row. With odor like jcnsnmfnn apnukled wllli .!"W. And It burgeon and blossoms, oiy dnrlltn:, for you. Then travel, my baby, to lramlnnd. Slowly, rock, Ti.lt. to furry tho lnly ; t I ly. res 1 I v rock, and it may be, lire she shall know it, the baby wi.l to. Happily smilnin, to I'reanilau I. la Hi" garden of I 'mainland. In summer I. heard, Thrilling there in 1 1 moonlight, .1 beautiful bird. An I H sing, an I If '.iu-fs, all t'l" pleasant lllgllt through. And lit nnnlr, my darling, is only for yoi. Then trvl. my l.-il.y, ( tir.vrnhind. hlowly to . it i II.-, to carry the baby. Steadily. r".liiv rock, .and it may I , ti" -U" shall Uii 'W it. tln bal.y wii! go. Happily smili'i.;. to I r"imlati I. To ni"rr r. m v l.ir'uiJ 1 r i"'. , Wit ii tin- lnr I In ii T hati I, .vid th" How -r. n her l r"nit . Hhnll return to li'T miu"r. rid frolic nr., I I'M, Hut to-night nn her journey (o Ij.c.v...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 February 1894

f.lrrit'r Wlrea, f Boma wrlur yery aptly liseos Hit neryea to electric wlrea, auj the sraneral syorklint of Ihelr system to I but of leflrie ears. A mao who "clip hie trolley" like Mr. Jeremiah Ency. IMJ W. Lombard Ht.. Baltimore, Md., will nfl soroethliiBT better than even a anlc battery to set him all ritthf. Mr. Roey found that sornethinR iu the followine; way. suffered." ha Bys, "a Ion 'iine with nejralKia ,D "an'. 1 Rava Ht. Jacobs Oil -"i fair trial and am entirely cured." In tbts way tba ureal remedy ate aa n motormao to restore broken wirea, and act the tystem to oer'ect action. pit you know that Miss njones ,, Ho t0 warry fin 8mith" I Knew It: but 1 cannot understand how a jrirl n IntelilRent as she It can nooaent to marry nniiell V wanv W uiuir- uer. Brooklyn Life. An Imeeriaal lllerere. To mssc II apparent to thiinatnd,wlio think ... .. ... . 1,1. Ok'iii vc III, mat inry are nm inn iw - , ,lt,rti, tint lliat tli "yatwni simply needs cleaitoini. ' bOnif comfort home totlir...

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. — 8 February 1894

"Stay On The Farm, Boys" It is n I'ominnti opinion iiinoiijj the RrmliintoH of our schools nnd ftntl On.l. w Umt tlicy liiUHt niter one of tlic lcnit;cd profcHsionH, huvh tlio (Jlni liil.l .foiinxil. I'm incih' foitH i'pi'fiiilly nit- hi feet cd with llii.H idea. Tlicy know littlo ulxint Wwu ninl iirofcNHioiiiil lif(, mid to tin in it M'.'itm u I'fit-n.ltMt in wliicli iloliiiiw aiul jrlory and cnso nro iolo li:: 1 for tlio iiNkinv. I'linn work htitkcx tliriu as lmr.l ; furni life im lonely aiul inoiiotoiioiiH, aiul devoid of prospects. Just us hooii uh tin y ltuiii tho tliicu "J." uikI iciidtho lioyrnphii'Hof tho "Mill lloy of tho .SIiihIics," "Tho Kuil-Splitters of Illinois"' and the "Tanner'.. Hero. thfv luromo convinced that tlio bounds of tho paternal aereB are too luii row lor their kciiiuh and aiu- lutiou. They throw ur the farm. and haw ten to the nearest town to study medicine, law or theology. A miHcrablo hfo of ateru compe tition, liuiuiliatitiff self-denial and enforced u...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 February 1894

f I Jj i Jk&Wtf-ft raw1 fill illlliiTSB 8 f?;5'3 J9' WJrTf K MIl F v.:;;,::.:,r::;;r"" 1 "r VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Misses Lizzie and Kate Bolendcr of Akron, O., are hero oa a visit. Wasted A good farmer with a wiall family for one year. AddresB Rox 28, Globe Mills, ia. There were 312 babies born in Snyder county during tho last six months of 18!W. Ttuth. little daughter of Clarance Greybill of Franklin, is dangerously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. John Wittenmyer, of Miftlin- burg, spent a few days with relatives in Middleburgh last week. .Mrs. W. W. Wittenmyer is visiting her sister. Mrs. Lilly, near Catasa- 4jua, who is very dangerously ill. Henry Haro, of near Detroit, Michigan, is spending Bovoral days with his brother at this place. Antes Ruhl, of Rockford, 111., who visited relatives in this town several days last week, returned Home on Friday. Wanted. A situation to loam the imntinc trade. Ago 15. Rofercuco ;iven. Address A. Heibkk, Skaniokin Dam, Pa w Wasted. A few ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 February 1894

v ' IT In tn, Wf At 1 1 la Tl A i A' T w rt U t 1 'a i If J f IBll ii A WlflTKH I.OVE-ONO. The ital fed In. .lli in falling uo. Tbry are I ni s.il lo m ; Not chill, I ) m'. Mm winds that blow, lluwwi hill they Ik ! 0 hi oddving llski-n (hut aped away, With mini ' 1 Ji y drllt dowu, Through in ri,il, lacing branches gay, Or dead I'-ar.-n. erlsp nri'1 brown. INo bloom it )! fie whitening hill, No urix'ii leaf n the tree ; The mute it i.ml music s Mill it is n I ' me. For song, ritli mv hoirt"i muffled might, KiVi in nviio. blow lor blow : Mv love's warm lrnt In un and whit", Anil Iter ihitn the Know. KoImt? Il'iiri i Wilson, In the Cent 'ire. STORY OF A NUGGET. NOTKI) won lorn financier wears on his watch chain tiny nugget of gold, net a Ii o ii t with itniitll, Imt cxeced ingly lino, lin iiihihIm, and if you slmuM chance to strike t ti ik money King wlion Ii.- in in ouo ot in ruro roniir.uniiul ive moods, ho w ill toll yon, if you khU, tin following story of how from the nettle ilati...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 February 1894

HIE CLERQTMAN'3 STORY. OMllKNT MIKIsTBR BI1.4TIS U, RRMARKAIU EXPKMI. hiewitii TiiKumrrE. . - ...... AW MAW STAe tr,in ir.i;iLi rait r'ii oixo arsis aminraa. (from tht Phi.ailtlpUia Jm.) . Tfco L. Lewis, trlio retides. at wiifltPlrel, U TaMor of Ilia Hichroond jjpiirt t'uurc'j. Ho la an alumnus of buck ll College nt L?n.'jnr;. IV. wliera he at oned the ilrr ' Mastr tt Art. With ,1, otuer work at .lit 1 pu'jlls'.ies TU c&mot CapU$:, a raoniuy jouruni ne- wltdlotlie iDtvtMtfl of the eaureH. He tools upon tbe practical aide of lift, lotli Mftt M l publnblng tu important- 01 Lod hasith,' no I w'jf a oskel to tell want pr, willlm!i I inn run iim iioji iur mi', L-.-nr be'ore Ku-!pe ZiiUr, a Xotary Public at 27H N-fT Street, an I chesr.ully .,! affidavit to therollow.n? nirrsuv .I betsa taklne Pr. Williams' r.nt Nils (or ri Iple two weeks no tuts Kiitmay. ia-.il tba Brippftf ).-more tan two weeas, I ktj srMl trouble during that time with my . .n,i hn.L The dlseaso also ffctl my ri)it a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 February 1894

Sjse giitoltbnnjlT hs. rublishi'.l rvory Thursilay. T- H. BARTER Eflitor and Proprietor. Snliscriptioti $1.50 per year. (which must N nuifi in nrtvnnro when netit out sMe l hp county.) ATtS OF AOVIRTISINO. All 'raitst-tent advertisements not otherwise poi,tr.i,t,-, tor III In- ilmru.sl lit tln rate nl II '"'- lM r Min inniiiarl'l measure! f,,r first Inser tion and Weenls mt line fur I'vrry nuliseiineM III-" I'M"'!. Thursday, IYIiniary 15, IS!) I. OALUSIIA A. GROW. Tl.c Po '"". Rv jsiuiic.i'i and Pro - T..f fl C.:n .I.JiV U Con- '! iIV.V-Lt-'" (i.iill Aainn Cniw v"'l w ii! -'Jc i,'! 'J' 1 . f..r WlllMll 1 j :l "4 t Hii' c :il s n I.'. IMlllh ,-, lru,,.,., in flic country. fjs linis.,l inu sillily -..U,.,.,. h:,s ; M sillll- t""i.d j., til-- s. l vi.T l.f la.., ,,.,,-iv j n.'.-iriy v. i y tmpoi taut pi-liliciih-uiu- paigii in Ins own mid i.Hut Slates. Tlnnigli out of olliciul lit,, for nmny yours, ho lias never lost his interest in pul.lio affairs and flio niovi-inetns of parties. Ho ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 February 1894

Pit Schweffelbrenner's Latest, wins 1 1 I'll! from tt"" Munch nmnlt Domocnit. E cootuoil mcr uftmohlu foro 09 it oil ile foi'lft tncntilift im lonil, Bin om pik1 yl,K,lt tzwP 'Wor l1ri wt j0 pbniartft un ilo prosm, un ilo luiuniH un ile plinm. ' )-v, in unwrntn sliteilille iloh fin mrr nl.ont fun tier piuiio ftwrt. An .W Sc'lllilU'llOWniT 1-Auvi.ij for en dinff ennicii onnercr l.iifTnHowncr is. Mer lion yunui - knrrich iloh, un mer tin oil Root c'sntiHlifa mit oin l'orrn Mohlor. Ire in ili-r nion oh olla lit Hint oM cn nrr.i Are minil hi rrRny bisnisH, , Joot Hu-h f?or not ljo.Moru wn rii n.l.l.'r cnHlidailootn. in L.nr lion vusht iv wurtzliouso iloh t;u ymliT KohliiT. ltowuor in ho Knot on tUmmo on KitziMerfcr'n, un nn ,,11 ri wit crVutisficil. wile vntlcr Sill l' '"v ; , , do con wo aro will far tzo'.t for . I 'II... I1..M 1. ..liu ill i KlllTH'll 1 IMl'U'i Mil KitzoLlorfer h. 14 1 . 1. 1 .. 1 I i. vvi.-r K:L' anioiii in uo muhui, un irtosm tno. Dart h"i was m , . I 14 I ile (,'io...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 February 1894

THE M1DDLEBUBGH POST. T. JL HARTXR, Kbit ajcd Pm'i, MIDDI.EBCfUiH. PA . FPU IV lS'M. TLo War Department nsk tKMI this yrnr for "' Xu rinictitnl rooking." Tli- royal fHiitil ! of Kttropp nre wort' closily coiiucctcil by li" ' kin dred ubil inarrmj.'O Buw t Lhii ever be fort. Tli Jiijintu ! have- 1 Nolionnl banks, with an aggregate capital ol f:t5,(M),nM f these sixty-nine paid, in 190, dividends of leu to twenty jx-r cctit. Cholera, according to Ir. Kmesl Hurt, of tin- l!ritish Medical Science, will become tinct within tlio next thirty J ears, ominto the advance til military science. "That might be called th1 apotheosis of nou and water," exclaims tho N'-w York Tele gram. f'olmn 1 .fohti T. C'r ik , Chairman nl th Missouri State Fish Commission, wye that the niutnint of money soul out of tin- State iintiiially for lish tliut roiihl ho easily raised in the stream, of Missouri runs into the miliums, St. Louis aloiin investing $l,)'i,ili)i iu this food product. 'Hip novel idea of a gran...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 February 1894

( i i J DEATH IN BOMBS. TfcitTtini'E BNOINKS Of HUMAN nKSTIU'CTIOX. Vtillnt'n Deadly Lunch Canister parked With Diamond-Headed mIIs Surrounded by a Ml ttire of Kploslve Acids. THEftocompanyinfj illustrations how the character of the en gines of huninn destruction used recently in Pari and in fkrcelona. They depend for their ef-l-t on the instantaneous expansion of g w developed in their highly cxplo- pawn throws in theatm, PAttcEbosA. ttive cotitonts, aud in tho frightful con cussion that ensues not only killing or maiming human being, but destroy in tr Holtd structure The cheapness ami tho now well-understood use of dvoamite havo inado it the favorite emlosivo of tho "propajraudiat by fear." The canister used by Vaillant in his sttetntit at wholesale assassination of the mombera of tho Chamber of Dcpu ties in Pari he bought for thirteen cent at a store opposito the Hotel do Ville. lie said he wanted to carry in it hia lunch when ho went to work. It wns small enough to put in tho po...

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. — 15 February 1894

LOWELL. ! Our town is full of smoke of lul', from (lie iiniiil.it ( s' citrm s t lint liuvc l.rdi li-:iil',it(.,l. . . .Ono of tlic liieinln l s of t In- MrClinv hntnl ulicl It K'KmI lil.lliy tl'ltl. Oil ill'C'llll.t of Li 1 1 1 y-lov( oin-f Inch mi him.... j T. K. Sn incford tin 1 family vi.-iti ! friniils in Miiiliu county l,i-.t week , . ..Tlie irciicliil oihioli of Wi t ' I.i-nvi-r voters h tint J. .1. JStrrl.v will ciiiry tlic t'.vnsliip four 1 1 1 u - ' lnl tliotiNiunl i-tioiit: Win. ! Kocli is inijuoxini,' slowly from Ins l ite sick hjiell. I. No. 1 MONKOF. TOWNSHIP. The. peojihi uloni 1'eiilis Creek were very Inisy tillinu' their ice l.oiiKes lust week ami wero just in llio nich of time, us Saturday hik! Suturiliiy iiiht thu ice ilinHpM'ureil like mayie SleiirhitiK parties were numerous lust week lolm Leni. Isatic Uiler ami wife, nml John (IroHn an J wife aie the Kiiests of 1. ll. Lenitf at this writing Jacob HecLman ;iil u visit to his brother John lust week Tu'nJay evening...

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