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

LOWELL. The election on lait Saturday passed offquietly, ami enrh and every one did bis host for bis wn man .... Some of our farmers nr busy plow ing for their apring crops . . . W. II. Knepp, the Binnorvilleblick-smith, is prcpariug to leave Snlrder County on the 20 th of this looith. Ho ex pects to run a wholosalu and retail black-smith shop in Sigtorville Miff lin County.... The jiublic nalea at this end this 8pring l.avo boon well attended and every llinf w is sold at a fair price. Convi brought from twouty-livH to thirty dollars, and horses from ten to ninety aceordiug to their pedigree. .'Die mule express beat tho wiro in reprting tlm elec tion returns of West Heaver, to Adamsburg last Saturday night. T. F. ywinefordengimer, V. H. Knepp fireman Somo our best men mado up their minda to chango their politics but wero nit allowed a voto on last Saturday Vy somo of our-ncver-out-of-oftico Mudidatos. U. No. KCL1NS3UUVK. Dr. Voelklcr's daim for damages by firo on his doital rooms wa...

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. — 15 March 1894

I FHE M1DDLKBURGH TOST. T. H. IIARTER, Surras . Pm'l MinDi.i:i'.i i:(;H. r. , mai: it i i-m. It in k id tliHt one bushel of apples lr inM as :i.ucli profit in California as onn barrel in tiie East, and Hint the land worked over foroM coin will to lay produce i:ol.lcn j i p i tin that will taring inure iil 1 coin than u pro duced by tin ti i tic. Tbo Mi:n:fHcturci s' lleeord, Haiti more, sa ys : "Tin1 1 ftitli uey to hrinjr the in iil to the oiillon in jrrow imr, and New r.ninud ninrntfii.'turers are nojfo tinting for tl:? erection of mil's in thfl South f'H' i lie iiiiiiiii fin'lnrc of the finest cotlo:i cumis as well ns the courser." A Kut r)K-.ii prophet of v: il says that tlir prei' r.uioju t -i war, iih'li nni-d cmne hiii, will In' lt ivi'i'ii Franco and SfiMiaii , mil linn il involve nil l'uroiif, nil 1 t' ruin every contin- ntnl I'niv"-, ! living KnUtil, tin' United Stuii'. :i:i I A "l - H: I lit tin' undis puted imi'-ti i of tin world, without tin ii' Lav hi;: lilt"! ii sini'...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 March 1894

Wt dv Tl tr STAFF OF LIFE. HOW BKKAD IS MADK IN A HIO IIAKKKY. , Processes Through Which It Ifns to las Hcfore It I Kcndy for De liveryImprovements In Machinery. ONCKRXIN'n bread and its mnkinff n a liirpp scale, the Wash ington Htnr has this to say : To the ancients liroiul voh the staff of life, ntxl it in just ft important an nrticle How as then. The main difference 1st lint to the Hebrew and (lliiililentt nut horn of tho ftall' of life theory, bread meant Latter day theoloicaiis tho iih-oho of (ienosis U cat." BSjreo that which reads "In the sweat of thy face shalt thou cut thy bread." refers nut solely to roll uud mull'ma, luit em braces tho entire, diot.iry system from little neck clam to cafe noil" uiul chcesr. Tho subject brcnd is not popular ly tin lorstooil. It in an t'liti rt iiniii' process to watch tho South American aborigines steal the poison from tho eassuwr I'tilpuiul roast tin? hitter into bread; to hiv tint maiden of tho tropics its sho hammers parched maize liolw...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 15 March 1894

The Teacher ami His Cli?s. lor tlir !'iwt. I. Hi conduct i:i puMic. 'i. I lis ciiinlin t in the mIiohI. Hi upii Hriiiico and (irnlr- liiuiCK in tin- K'houl room. I. Tiiliiirss in tin- room. .1. Vt n'.ii iii .n i f ii.i;i, 1 n :. llil l:ini-tlll , IN Mll.lijl.l, UI I'll !!' M.t i "olu I iii i'ul at Ion . I . Jlin liii:i:iiiiyi', 1) dear lain I 'jnulisli, -i in) iiicoi n ct forms, '' iio hlmn.',i I Mio vulu'iu ity. mo liimsls. T. His .jk liinu t lit li -s'lii. His ni attention while the lesson is bi'iiijj recited. ilix iixuiilin all inn-m et. mi nd ions I iv t lie pupils. 1. His tpl:uiiitii; all liMlt n j idt'ilH. , 11. His hpeakin ( iel'luan w lieti , leedeil. 1'2. His preparing lii- lesion. j I). His ileeiilnm all disputes ami lo ri'lit in his decision. II. His nviiidiiitf thii pupil from fpeakintr to miieli. 1". His nivinj; as many illutrii lions as possible, ill olijeets of all and every kind. III. Hit leaving tl.c il.i..i mIm-usm points, lint stop in time. 17. His iinititj tln li...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1894

Co. Commissioner, 1 1 04 THE POST A i I fei OL. 31. JMSof LOCAL INTEREST ii Sunday John Krecger and Chas. nsoh rodo to Selinsgrove ami re u on their wheels. rot. lulu ijiuunrui una .mhiii . ly'Ml 11 1 T..I... tier were in Sclins drove on Mon- evening attending Muson ic lge. ho First National Bank of Mid- burgh will offer at public salo ou unlay, April 7tb, the house ou tbo Dower corner, Middleburgh. 'hysiology must bo taught in the blic schools, says State Superin- ulent Schaeffor, or no State appro- ition will be made. Two Strake county Ind. men ow $75 a few days ago as an allow- ce for killing ten wolves in that mtry the past winter. Miss Myrtle Smith, the teacher of e primary school, was taken nick Lile pursuing her duties in the hool room on Tuesday. The Indiana supreme court holds iat a minor is twenty-one years of :o on the day preceding the twenty at anniversary of his birth. Notice. Persons who borrowed oks from my library are kindly re lested to return them at once and pge,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1894

DISTANT 1HING3. 0, white Is oiil iu tlio faraway, Anil dirty tho :iil nl thn ilook t And dilr urn the cliff across the lay Ami black Is the tinar-by rook. Viiough glitton Ilia maw on the peak a tar, At our feet it Is only white , and bright I thegleiun of thn dhtnnt star, Though a lump worn twlo as bright I Tho rose thnt nods beyond our reneh. I redder than roso of ours , Of thought Hint turn our tongues to speech Our fellows leave greater dowers. Tho water thai How from tho hidden springs Aro sweeter tlmti tlmso by our side 80 we strive through III" lor tl:u distant tiling And never are :ilN!l I ! Sown Mrivn thro'.uh life for t!io.i distant tiling But I'vi'rthoy liiil 1 their pi ice Till bent I If.) 1lr11.11 mi I death doth coma And w- look In hi mocking fi"o. And !!: dWt.'int thing crowd neur nn 1 close And fulfil ' T (- ir- dingy and gray ! For Hi- M.tr;n In lost when the, lino l rroo I 'Twlxt her" .in I fur away I'nr th ' 'niriii i ! t Wi'.i'ii lln' lino is i r"l And w thing as ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1894

i I fuel, t'lujf d W ittrtr Otltlt 'I I lot .y w S'-MIIM lid i; haw. s?iei: trou Bt ao C Chr ia tU IV, ) uuv i uev boli.'-sT I-tl. lOlut ' 0 i 1 an i ill (, ra h:i s !. tlmo:, .y tb eu t rtify 1 b;: r fl" Ulu 'Imn " I (,'urj liroj 6 loi J if wl. islte t!l" I. lytbi; ill w . y ful. lody ou n nov do: to t! tws. oJy bo t t o' WUc o to cr Im run LI la it 'a hn otbtn 8 tl ioahJ man k tl 11 1 1 itrt uJ l w :etlP ham it yo lot in and Y bit aud it ev il coi iceu co r at 1 nut inflJ norat dnuJ .nd al I to ar'all X md in wi 1 toU I bott Ivioe u h ks. dyiJ iliytJ ?.r ttoO Reward. ftO. .-...lersofthl paper wHI bp1eust'fa there I t I""" "ne dreaded 4'seoee H' nr la been able o rure in Ml It u ei.d that le ratarrb. Hall' Catarrh u rtily positive cure now known to '"!' l ,lfratrruitr- Catarrh being eron v il.mM1, require a constitutional ftllO"" Hall Catarrh Cure I taken In art ln directly upon the Wood and K ttirtet e f the system, therehy da the foundation of tliti dieeaee, and r,7 the patient M...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1894

Sj IibWelntrgli 'lost Publi died every Thursday. Geo. VV VVagcnsclIcr, Editor. Arthur Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. (whli'li mist i' p il l in inlv;in v li. it sent out- fl ! Ill" r. unity.) ATIS OF ADVfRTISINQ. All tr.itisii-nt inlvi rtlsetnetit: imt ut lierwl- r i n f r . r t .,r "ill I li,.rji-u al Hie mlenf 11 c 1'iiH p'-r mi.' n,,hi ii t, I iip'imiin'' fur llr.1 Inser T t- ri ii i l I 1 1 . nil ..-r Hit- it t'V iy aulwequoiit us. ril'Pii. Omip.-r iV WiU'i'liseller, I'rop'r. Thursday, .Marcli 22, IS!) I. Standing Committeemen. 'I. mi -.1 .1 MM I'. l1." , i'l I t- In K 1 1 1 " I'.. , . -t AM' "liM" -.1. H - i Ii 1 1' I ; ''Ml t .1 'lilt s !, sv it'll. .1. K I'l-ttiTnir. N 'ililill Ke -', Il"ll. W I 111 till Pl'llT. -I. r. F. II. I k-''. r linvhl A. I'.'rl.llni'. I l.tl.Hllll .1. II. I 1,1' llllM'. .1. . HlllU. I i. I. -"'i I I . Kin, ; r. Win. Miirlln. M M! I .1 '. II I!M'.:kK llll Mil I'. I'"- I II' i. U . A. K ) r. I. I . Idm. M-.ni- i.. V i. .i i'. ,i m. '. V K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1894

CENTREVILLE. Thotlii.vn ro getting longer ami re atliKlitful Kpring iluyn. Robins ml blue bird harbingers of Hpring nic lien. Flitting time will soon bo t hmul What tho small boy ia tiffining in, bow many 'gglio can ,nt next Sunday, Knstor-dnv. Will ,1,0 l,oy, or girl, tell us, next Sunday, jn Sunday school, the origin nnd history of tlm nlcr egg T.. Tho m,,nsl,.rt nro in town. No iV ubt they lirt. prevalent over th county. . . .The f:irin'ii urotmieiiig up their ntun il nnd making ready f r their spring work. ...Tim township Au ditor held tli-ir jvgular sin-iding on Monday lat in Dr. Kmiuwi 1'h ullico. The oiViciali of tho township caino mit O. ,u"l IU" lwnthip is in ,.()od tinancial standing Wo bad . wedding ono day, ivcvk l.f,.re last. If our nwvvt young hilii'H, contain each about eight pounds "f Hiig ir. as reinaiki'd by a ,trangor, who stopped in town tho ,;iicr day, wo should havo many more wedding in tho near future ... J. II. llaitman, who Miporin ti ndn a largo steam saw-m...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1894

c IHEMIDDLKBCKGII I'asT. T. H. I1ARTIR, Xditcb Arc pM'm. MM'Di.M ri:;it. PA. MA I'.i It 22. 1'tl. Ireland, iieeor.llnR to John Morley, m pnanr.l tlir quietest winter known for thirty yents. M. (Inulp, writing to h I'uriH puMi cation from Husmii, nays that tin ottl tiration of cotton in the Zarftfehati district of that country lias ! veli.pe.l wonderfully siiice American vur itiH Of till' lllllt llllVO I.CCI1 int rn-llUMMl. At first the iiiit i v'S v,cri( no prejudiccl KpniriMt tli' new plants that the oxpvri raout fail'-il. The f-ri'ttin ' il' llo, (iovcrnor," i it to attract Ui" attention of nearly half the lllchil.crs of 1 1 1 - I'nit.'.l Stilt H Kfntf ii..w:nlins, iiliwrvi'K tli New Vork Pont. Co!.tiit(, ior.lon, Harris, Itnto, llnwley, Yniiec, il; I'trkiiiH, Khmip, 1'roctor nii'l Hill nrf imioii thoHl- wlln llUVe l.Cill CM'Cllt ivos of !liO Htt'M iiioii tln'V represent. It is little over u luiii'lro'l years niuivtlie Chinese l.uriic.l to miio'ko opium. 'I'ln' pernicious linliit ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1894

llUOE (VOLl)KX DOMll Tjir KW f.lHKAKY AT WASHING- ION WIMj iik conspicuous. Palace of Cilas nml Mer-I !M Cost $.om,ooo Vast Store of Itooks-A Talk With 1,1 lirarlHii Spoflord. ,' -fint, ivew lors rrea ft v i Iim an ititerestinf, Lv Washington letter riAt.: ilcseribinc the new . "A National Library building. The writer, Frank O. Carpenter, nay : I spent an nfur r.oon thiH week in coin? through th r.rw National liibriry luililiri. It will he I In finest )iihlic Imililing in the fluted State, ami it will bo the liut bi auti'nl library in tho world. t covers nearly four acre ntul it is nlrea.ly uuiUr roof, v Its wnlla ore a lii.li i.n those of the tallest Now York tint, nii'l yon cm lose, yourself in its Img corridor nn.l wiuiliiio; jinHsHpics. It Ins ii dmiic plated with tho purest of ir ild, iir,er than the largest circus tout, Hiid tin) guidon torch which llmncs over its top, though it look tint logger nroiind than your lift ns v:cfd from tin Capitol, is in roulity ns hi;,' i hogshea...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 March 1894

Appointed Store-Keepers. ! On M"ix1n.v liMHiiinu Mr. A. L. ; S,iuh;1it f Milill lnii i;li, itii'l New- i ton C. (i;ui'li ) if Kclinstfrovo, were ; uttitW-il t'f llieir nppointment n i Moif 1 r iiinl (i iiwrn of this inti i mil rci-iiin' ilitiii-t. i Tin y ui ri.ni'i'K' 1 iy Mroni.' t; puintmt nt. Mr. Sp:U'u.!i'l- viii" ' t" this tll II tiw I-HI 1 uu'' hikI t ' , f'iuiv 'f 1 1- piiimiiy ili'purtiiu nt i:. our pwU:e M-lmi.li, in wliirli lie W.ll IliU-t MIIVI -ful. In tli full of Is. 'it ln m et ptr.l tin- deputy pot- ; Ti.:t r ship f t liif place iiinlcr .1. W. KunU.-, un.l i.i.i lVic.-ii-y in that position m'i ln'ciitno a mutter f f iVon.Mc i-oniiiii'iit ; !! intern!- to move lii family awuy-to wlic-re we 1 Live not lrMinr.1. lut weie-tlio tint ' r -.ir town will los( ono of its most f-deenu-d find In-loved fitii'iis wlnn , l.c tnkrs his ili p u tine. SKI.ISstlUOYK. j Tin- J'.onr.l of Dir. Hoi s of Mis- j i.i.liai v In-dituteiiiet lirrc l:l-t Tlli'S. Jay ninl decided to lniiM un mMi ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1894

Wt""7" J" r, S '-- t - Q rslt 9 r ( c) M Co. Commissioner, 1 1 wl L - VtlHb POST THE POST u pinphntlonlly ft NKWS A 1' Kll. lor l' People anil v no ivnplt'. lis ool uinn. h1-" wlwy Hn lor ilii tliseiWNlun ol tuples ul lutort'Ot to Ita putruns. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST W.Fisk Conral 1ms been appointed postmaster lit Tyrone. Tho next Central M. E. conference will meet lit Tyrone in ls'.)5. Tho public schools of this place observed Good Friday lust week. Miss Carrie Monsch of Mifllinburg is tho guest of Miss Suo Meiisch. Rootiug felt in excellent in poultry houses, as tho tar odor keeps vermin away. Miss Nettie Moycr of Sclinsgrove, was visiting friends in town for a few days. Mrs. M. L. Krocgor, who had been spending a few weeks in Kalamazoo, Michigan, returned to Middbloburg. We direct the attonion of our read . era to P. C. Hartnian's new adver tisement in another column. Burns Smith and Mabel Witten myer are at home spending their Easter vacation with their parents. Rev. S....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1894

THE SHIP Of LOVE. Ci1.- that Mote Mv ship nwaf liver l-'a'i-x ol liiiiinnino mi, ri.-sr i'i IV dr-nry deep to- lay Wait I,oe' w in lering hlp ' n,'t li'lt the wind reply 4 ' n rom Hie tK y Ami we tronld.. .m l tos the se.t Ami Ihy Love's ship nb Where t'le I. lack night Will An I comes no tn'if to tti e htr that Id'ht the sea afar, Where liirt in.' n il l moaning Im Illenl your Um i'ii- oii" grst star I.lgiit l.oe' triit!"rtti sliit to in-? 1 Hu? the si in i-i n!y ; "W- ijg-it f ti . shy, I'.ir i.mt l!i" Ion -ly -mm An I I. n.i's s'up dream Where ii i bright t ir !",, , A 'i I nes ii i tii ji ti in i li.'( "' I'. I.. Ml .ml.. ii. in Ctnu t on-tit it- n dr. "whSFpatient. i:. walk in st al.:ii in his ofliee Hi I In- i ;-tlio:t-iiic Hospital .iii dark, hi .rinv ui jlil. ( j - ra f "tin- him wiidi V fifr - ''Sill w !' llMV 714. lrl H tl.fir ld. the wind mi I lining It wn v. SWept j llllJ"' I build, ug willi iimil ! tir nlirt. like ivi .re of lii-uil.i let ,iiM(. t,., riot and rejoice iu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1894

t'lMer. Penn. Scrofula ,Tbe Worst Case the Doctors Er Saw Hood's Barea partita Perfectly Cured C. I. Mood A Co.. l,nwril. Mass.: "Issur Him: I wish to testify to tbe great value nf Hissl's t'aisaparilla. for some time I hail lawn truuhleii with refills, w Ini h early laet winter unsullied a very had form. Bores Appeared on My race ml hamls n(t gratually lucrea-wit In niitr.lier uulil they icachcd li m shoulder. The ilno nr ulil (l ii the worst cner nl scrofula they f i'f and also went fur as ny II waa tiimiialile. I I: led ointments i.'rt nl her rem esrw but to tin avail. A fnetiu ret unintended Hood's''Cures Hood's Narsaparlita. and although I waa com pletely riisfsmraged. a a Inst rlmnif I resolved to love It a trial. A ftrr mklliK niie Ixii t It I no ticed the sore had commenced to Leal. After the sixth tsitlle They Were All Heated. 1 continued to take It however. until I liml ued nine Isitilc, and now I urn -i'tt I Iv well." Miss KTm lliMM,ST. I Ister, IV tin. ItlMiit'n IMIls er...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1894

l'uhlishod every Thursday. Geo W Wagcnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per your. (which mii-t if t it I 'ii ,niiitiv when nt out Me tin' enmity.) RATES OF ADVERTISING. Alt tr I1IS.M,I n.l.Tf (-tlfllt-t 1 T mMi'TWI"" wiTru'tcl fur will lx rhunfi-il at. ilm rutp uf n ivui -r I'll" (iioiipnrtol memiiire) fur nnl Inner tl'i'i n-i I l i! -i r I'.ne l..r ei i y i-'i: 'iii 1,1 lllMTUi'll. trooper A; Wiifti-.flliT, I'rop'rs. Thursday, Maivh lS'.M. Standim: Committeemen. .!.- i. .1 V' i :w iiti. .i. i' i -M. r In I'l Mi. v . S il I. ill I - IS-.iu r V Il"- !. V mi i'ii ' I'T. I'M I--.I. W i ! - I. '. 1 . !' l l :. .,., .!!. Il " I'l'. I'! V I"' l'; . ll'ie. !' .11.1.111. .1. ii I'm- rime. .1. II l-'l :. .1 e !,-..,!, -.11. Klin I'l. M in Hi ",. I. '. :. i. .1. II. I: . eK '.V 1 1 1 "'I I'. feed's Mi.i.ie .'i." k . A. I.' -. r. " I I: M."H . .. . K I'll! I., in. f. A. I-' il I '"I ill. I'l i.ii-I 'iri r. I. i'i r i. i : r I -: t r. IM i . Il i . i ' ..- . '. I"- in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1894

f,1 4 7 Go- FccM- SchtaJt Broif. It'll hub yusht tl r onnciii dawk tsu inieh K( Ivor p'-ileiikl, os won 1 r "iloonnsh il" net lcl Lessor tloot mxl cfter Isu ilr "Kernel Hurler" lueii'u sell) i'. bt, no v't h'h aniolil m-brivii uiul otis linmi won let. Wiilir. I n now iliitc ieh Kliclisi lu wissti won 1 r k'roiiip.'i ( Inn fatlt. Alir sehpreet no net fun leib-wny, utter ehniHi'tsii 0111 hurt.. Alirliutiuich nix K'suht wieli epjicr dote in nine house-holiltint,', utter os tiiiiit'lio fun sine kiniur tie nieiiesles lien, utter os sino frient elini folliissu hen, utter nix no. Dueh kenini uk hr lo jontz tzeit sienu oh ulir tsui riek fallt. Now "Kernel" ieh hob ollfert k glichii lie "JJDon.isteil" brcifn tsii lusii, uiul miner h 11 het ieh 1 i tzeit ns sehero net f.:;i-wlt. Ieh will uuver nueh wuneh wnrta uiul seina won es K''bt, tp ieh my tzietinj,' nehtup. Ieh hob tier onner ihiwy n'hui t os tl r Ilarter ous ferkoft hut tsii ih r John Stcnniiiger, uiul no hob ieh wiiLl. r ji'lmrt oh ts...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1894

r- X, ....... .....jV-vd 1 S dHJ 1 THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. I .i:. v. v..i 'Nvi.i in. i iii'. T. A K Tl I V l: K. "l CI:. Mar.ugir. middi i:i.n:t;ii. pa . mai: ii ivh. Thotax .f f2 h yc.tr ti ew-ii-K wlih-lt w n i n 1 1 1 in Fiance lut-t April, jkliledin 111.) f',rst hull' v.ar ..v.r fl5(,00i). The )h oh Mock s,liMiiv. 1 transact inns, nli. rli tin- broker -' rlar.-tl wnul l sun ) v rum all buitn on the bourne, yifMtvl n rt.titj.l ,i', ' 000 between .Inn.- 1 ati.l Nnvoiiilu i- -It. ! I "" """"""" ' "" " While li..r s ar.- l. l.' bnrreil from ' military wrvicr in ( iirniwnv. 'Jhel.rn- r.l.r.-.i ti..t .I., nrnr.- be puroliHwil for tin- ti r in x . run! t ! now id n mo arc t )' m-M. He think tliut in wnr w lute li"i would In- mh einlly t'oiiHiiiiiniH l citiisf of tin- ni 'f MIlllkl'll'HK i'i.l. r, Mill wmiM Hl- ford hi. I'HhV murk for tin; tit i Mr. Ilrt litaiM, tin' pnliliMii r ninl i i ii ii i . . l.ookm il. r. nt h.a I.'h ht... " , I)'Wihh r I'Tii.tt'-l lit i v Virk t'tt, ' 1 Lii:ii co...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 29 March 1894

SALMON CULTURE. PROPAGATION OK TIIK KHH (ALIH)HMA WATERS. IN TheTakluo; and Hatching of Spawn Ht a lulled Stair Govern ment Hint Ion Wonderful Work nt n Hatchery. FAK up in Shasta County, C1., Tiicturcsiptely located mi the banks of the MeClond Hiver ( and surrounded lv towering hilli) and mountains, in an important station of the t'nited State Govern ment of which the people of California Lave hut verv little knowledge. In that beautiful and picturesque spot lias been maintained for ninny years thp pioneer I'ihIi lintcuerv of the State, to which circumstance in due in nrenl iiK'f.nurc the almost marvelous plen ittlile of the rpittirial or I'aoilii salmon iu California water to-dav. A San FraneimM Chronicle reporter who viaitrd the station was surprised to nito tin substantial character of the improvements hind" bv the Gov ernment. The main hatchery build ing; in a commodious structure well adopted to the purpose for winch it was constructed. Other btiiMinif in clude stables, cuRine...

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. — 29 March 1894

MONHOK TOWNSHIP, Cii"i'lfi iiiir lli'' pJeiiimnt Muicli Wit liti-1 11 cull lviftcr SimmIh.v inn! j Monday. . . .People are busy i lowing i the si il for coin unl outs, while hoiiK- lutvo sown diit s ulr':i1.v . ..The Sti.i'.l'i i rv ( lop ill be rutin t hliui ; thi- -i :ii)?i, us lry Went licl'. cts Mid the Iriil storm. List Minimcr, Wri'c ucry unfivumble to 111" plants nud k-it tl.ciu frii.i viiiin. .. .fit ting is on tli piigrimi now inn! many moved in their new abode list m i I. . . . Ib-ix' lb-hli is -iy Ciii'iip this hpriti v'. but cattle bring sjood prices 1'. I. I,cnig un-l son J.iliu in i'l' ii business tlip to Nun bury list Sutunl iy iiinl culled upon T.u-U li lVli.g v, lio coiitliicteil with 1. Olieiilm f for tln making mul Inn' inng of bi irk V. T. lVNIi;hv KliSiKK h "M v opport unit ies i;i youth f. 'l- lu'iplii l'ig MM ed il" i ' loti welt' lllll it fd; but 1 li el tin' ;:n :il gund fortune of livimrw, 1! supplied withuselnl bunks r.nd tlu sc give me my tuicccss in life...

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