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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 April 1894

r L I i!,.. :' S, rmve wrts und a rcprpsentattv or rcprent. lives from every sctinoi In Uio ominty at the noxt mtftlnif. Cotnineiil;itlcpriv!rsimslecn mutlo In v lint direction for wvrrnl ycnrs past; i tiope the irnot work will on with Iihtph1 vigor. t,"t not o;k.- il pfv'wi on tin- otl.rr.Hit nil, onicer t"iirnT niiil wlinlnr ilrtirnilnn I tint tlii'.v will do nil t!i it In tliHr power !! to st'H further ml-V;in- 1 lio sn titt:f S' '.h.oI r,ri- Ir, our comity. I.ft m l.o TllK ItnTitirr county in every rrs-n-ct. H wo 1'iit ilo our it'ity ll f.N Ik-done. Will wo doll? Tim work 1 1 o'irs the l.li'ssinsrs nf our lutvoriwlll iH(i i s. ft ni'iirni'Htly ntvl prnyrr fully determine tint wewiil. Yours Truly, M I. Wviknski.i.kk, President. Person win) are subject to attacks of bilious colic can almost invariably toll, ly their feeling, when to expect nil attack. If Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnil Diarrhoea, Kemedy It taken at soon as these fynipt oint ap pear, they can ward off the disease...

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. — 19 April 1894

J .7 ,k !, ...... .. w.v.., , rvmnmM..-L.s.M.. ,...,. - - - - i , -, mnmn i ,,,.., Km - .-.. THE HIDDLMRGH POST. t'.I'O. W. WAfillNsKI.I.r.It. IMitor. A11I IIL 1! E. CooPtlt, Manager. Miim.i.ii n.tM, Ta., AI'l'lL I'.t, Thooriftitinl citK,ps.siin for the, Tafia Jerusalem lUilway wa n'xtaiiie.l by ft native of Jerusalem. It iw built by French ootnpaiiy, tiie engine and carriage manufactured in tho Uniteil Btate, rati over rail made in Bel gium, mi 1 t ho most remunerative part of the jas(i)iiT traffic is drawn from llritinh tourist. Hie linivt liotiot able liusinos of 'housewifery take rqu.il mid recot;-nir.-d r-m'i w itli that of "liust-an dry'1 in Colorado now. When the wife of rx-(!ove rimr l'.oTitt stepped iiji in the front ran I to register hh b voter ut I'eiivrr in .ib-r tli" new equal niftYiioo ; law recently, an 1 ns,ed her nci'ii- ; pation, hliu riplic, "Housewife." And hundreds of women who li-id felt ; onu f!iili:irra"-:i; nt on thin point took the fin-. j Tho uu li tiiaMi-...

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. — 19 April 1894

fEOK. TAEJLYGH tar bbookly mvixFs sun- lAV SEMI ON. subject ! "Home religion." flit: "AV.'ticn lit thin rum hrmn otfl Ui'h"' fii' thinqn (f'mt Art'i itime Hn'o j."M.ks vill., 3!. After n flr' and shipwrecking ntsht ffm.t nnil Hi disciple are cllmhfiiir up th liv shelvlnir of the. iMMch. Iloir plemint K ilo stand on solid irmitnd aftr Imvinit J,D ,.,! no Ions on the Mllovra ! While tl! 1is'lplf, nro cbnirrntulatlnir each other 0, their marine, wenpe out from n dark, dn cavern on the U.idarenA hill there In jcaiethuiit swiftly and terribly ndvnneln,f. In It mi sppnrntlon? It In a tniiniai' who has lofcnn nway from hi keeper, perhaps n t,w r.ir on hl person and fragment of out hnsMs which h has wrenched off In ffrrlil' paroxysm. With wild yll nnd Noeiluuf wounds of his owu laoeratiou he n, down hill. ta . k to the l)Ont, ye fWhermcp. n I rut j ... I. atut and eonttA fiailnntlon ' lltir ' phi !-' - i - J-- .i.i C!iri"t "tand His irround no doth dl"iple. ,nl m tl'H flyln fury, with ptmoh...

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. — 19 April 1894

An Essay on Man. i i Man Unit is li.H in f woman is muuII jv tufi.(v) hikI ffv in it lull. II" I. -i s up iu-ti i.v ui.il ll mi t ishi'H likf a vns;v -il, I aii l lo-inorrinv nr iirxt I'.iiv t!c i: t rtUI liutli Iiim. He .itli mi tin ini'i uiii',' vn i i li ii lT lilif'ii I ti'lv .-in 1 i -. 1. in icKi'il in t in iu 1 i'.ii 1 li Vi'lllnl ii.ii l Vi .1 M'i'llll.l. I n t ii" nil !( cf life In' i- i,i di lt, nui'ill,. : ,-, cil!. i t"!' imiMii'ili 1 1 i in vl.e: i . r Ic ;,'m tli. Tin- li;inistir cf lif.. 1.11 !int i mill ln sliili th Ji'.vn Willi ('(iiisj.li i alil mpi'lllv. llo wull.nl I'm tli in tin- ln itflit miii ii'lil lu nil -,ii ii nniii-, iiinl in ctiitli tli;-lunik trili r with n slight draft fir r"7. ' Hr coliu tii Inline at i Vrlitidi' ami Inn tH li t !:. u lin !l):ii i nv in lii patli. Ft rii th up inn! Mnitrtli him to the tuitli ami l ilirtli i : 1 1 him ami run in tli unr dl its into Lis eur. In tlir i;t i, lr nij time In- putt dli ;i Ins Mimim r ! 't ln-f and a l!i;ii ....

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. — 26 April 1894

the mMfflMfti xSMmM THE POST VB StV '2ltl U V V V J. A..-ftiW-ri;.(;Vl ""-UWr . "JTIM --.'.' 7T 1: I'll t JLmM r A V" . U (kjr Krf TV I'l-iiplciiml tiv AfP HltV I'" in'if n-l to rmroiis. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Ganger N. C. Gauglcr Inn his headquarters at Graybill's hotel. Tho anniversary of thr birth of Gen. U. S. Grant occurs to-morrow. Miss Maud Mensch of M illl iii1urt? is enjoying the lio.spitality of Mitts Sue Mensch. William Swartz is attending school at Frceburg Academy and Reno Walter at Rebersburg. Thoso interested in bicycles pan nee an assortment of wheels at Ulh and Kreeger's. l'mo inanilla binder twine 04 !,1 cU, Puro sisal, dH 71, at Hurley &. TashoarV, Boavcr Spring s, Pa. The number of deaths in Snyder county during tho last live months amounts to C2, ami births, Id-",. Don't mU:j tho luinioua War 1'if tnrca. Send for n sample popy. Head tho coupon elsewhere. Mrs. Smith has placed anew fence along Railroad street on the Cen tral Hotel property. When a woman is t...

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. — 26 April 1894

GIANT P.LUES. We are tiiif .V.ksnll together, An I it nroiin I lit mg'.if. Arc! tro ir",i 'limit I li wentlier, llr f!in flickering candle light. Ariil old Ji rrv t')i I a Mory Of n giant in the Inn I, How hp f.T.iil". walls of glory Hv the pnwr ( his li:in I. And Iip yanks you by the oiln r. While ho wilk in ir n shoes, Anfl yi.ii lii'iirhim run mi l holler: "I;i. Iii I ntn l!!uc, I hiiv j.o -ti In my i'iip A 1 1 1 h.iv .-' rii to ut you up. TVmt?:v ;..(: had an ailing, ri I In- .nife. n!l tin1 day l"r li" liii I a v.ip a-saillng. I:. if tin- .-! .lliln't tav. I" w.i on t!i o. pim trouble. An I III" wild was hon lin,' "yoo.p.' W In tin" wave were k'om biiM.lc, kefping To'ii'i vin .1 xf"w. I'.nt tic s.aii n!l it fly iu.'a n I w f" I r.ngm happy news. Hut the i- ii.t til was crying ' -lln '. Loo . I am l!:in-, I l,.iv m: hi In in v cup. An 1 !:an com to cut oi up." Trn there was a little lassie, W.th a t'iii:,l in hT eye. Hilt II iovrr Willi Mil. I "sassy Made tin" little maiden cry ...

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. — 26 April 1894

I """I or t ""1 tnir. I n'to-1 I I W.U i I run 'HI w mons v 'Cly fiv e. th, r hr by.v t. iht nk o( a nU otnj the. inn ii li'h yon Bplit rt U thr : thiJ down s foi O find hort. CO get I OIll tho orrow of th- to pi. dent : A ml: n rot by th orn vefl ." Id to J t hi This thin; Wild 1 1. took of a. ntri iiilui. l or iid ;i lo lu mil S Jit mlfcl la ai J . b.. w nl or! J ith toH ell l 1001' I tilth-., X --N 1 Kin.n' ( y -s. r (Is "h., -"r. yj r "'nil?: A Arrfx v:P yr oa 'o' Q VVryi West Haven, Conn. IKE PICTURE OF HEALTH ood'a Surtapariiia made Her Strong and Healthy. HitrsT4arllla I) been of frea tn. m our Htt) gh-ll lo .yeJf nod hn- ,ni. "ben our wae 3 year M stavei ww tira Hb Mom traable. like cramp or lo- Lnimation. I wa taking Hoofl Baraapartlla trniy bUxtd. and a tbe diB lor'a praecrtptlon Ld not help her, I ocrolly gwve ber a lit- . sf ray own medicine. I auoa realised that jjuJ't HaraaperiHa Oelnc Her Cood, , ive It to ber regularly. It luw helped kier loitrterftiUy, entirely curi...

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. — 26 April 1894

Published every Thursday. Geo W Wagensellcr, Editor. Arthur E. Cooper, Manager, .Subscription $1.50 per year. (which iniit pnlil in mlvanop when sent ouf hIii' Hit- county.) DATtt OF ADVERTISING. Alt Irati'.lcnl iidvcrtlncinont not ntlifrwl fnnirm'ii'it fur t ill In-ciimvcd nl tli rate of is i-ntu per lltn- (ti'iiiinrl"l ni'iiiir'i fur rlpt Inwr Moti mid In cent per line (or every milwiueiit 'nwrUou. Cooper ii Wtttfeimeller, l'rop'r. Thursday, April 2(5, 1891. Standing Committeemen. VI huh I .1. MMillrawnrtli. J. K. Kctteroli. Heaver Irvln Klner. Nullum Hw, lUMtrrWt'Kt AllKMllllW't-ll, Wllllatll Heater. t'Hiiirr .1. w. H.uiiim'1, c. K. Itcrire. Iiapmnti -John ...t. Ivld A. I'ortllno. Krunkllii-.l. II. Kufcrllnc. .1. II. IMItf. .luck-toil .1 I'. KllhCl'T. Win. Martlu. Mld-llehuruh J. II. KlifKi1. Wllllnm K. rro. MliMli-cni-k - W. A. K--il.r. I. K. Itow. Monroe - i. A. KnulTnmn. A. Knrlcmfin. I'.-nn Irwn K. Laudcii-tlmfi-r. Iuhl Mujit, ivrrv It. V. ArixnritHt. Inin Itoyrr. Ivrrv Wf-il...

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. — 26 April 1894

Brief Fun Flitch Ridge. Liever KunsAL Waoexheiler t Ich will tleer iiatit nraolo sclnivu wos fur en boonieralinha tzeit os ich kot hob om Sotnmlawg ovet. Ks Bftto mcro by jinks koKl ilcr bookel nuff won ich lrw ilenk. Ich bin tn batchelor 41 jolir olt. Bashful, uilich, LuiiRciich un una simla, grand weo in minora kindheit. Well ich bin UMht uiT-ainohl my lcilJich lava liulicli wnrrft, ich bin uffon onto os wco Hour worm, ich hob ken ob biulit man kot except far en fraw. My lunwRa is ouh oiUlor kooma, my cylinder escapement hut uiiuiuy es caped. Ich hob g'spcheered ilos ich my laveus lawf enera ihuh, odder ich date amole in maiRa my iiwga ulT mocha in Paradise. Oh 1 yonuner, bletzlich bin ich pa-moofed warra futu geinht, un do Till Voffelnawn is mere ci-kooma. So hut usht about ho fiel ring oom de harna kot os ich aw, en obbadid bo gross os era fees un en digestion os we en welshkorn hheller. So hut mere aw-gVlitoim ovver se hut mere tzu en arittocra icisha freindnhoft kot. So is en ...

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. — 26 April 1894

THE MIDDLEBDRGH POST. C1LO. W. WAil .NsI.!.I.!.It. r..:.t r. A It Til I" li E. ( On Lit. Manag-r. MlM LM.t M H. l'A.. AllIILlit',, JMlJ American btigpies are superseding those of Kngliiib make in London ami Paris. The kuIt light, p-racefu) ve hicles in Lur) come from this coun 7 Sheet iron in rolled so tLin at the Pittsburg iron mills Hint twelve thou sand sheets arc rtrjuirivl to make a single inch in thickness. Light shines through one of these sheets m readily as it does through ordinary tissue paper. The Philadelphia Inquirer quotas statistics showing; that while New York received sixty-five ier cent, ol the World's Fair import, Philadel phia received only one-third of one per cent. It declares that Tarorua, El Taso and Laredo are commercially ahead of Philadelphia, and it wants to know why these things arc so. The pictnresqtie old University "buildings on Washington Square, New York City, are soon to lie torn down to give place to a ten-story modern truotnre. The Ions of thcoe ...

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. — 26 April 1894

LIGHTNING COOKERY. JHOW ELECTRICITY OPERATE3 IN THE KITCHEN. Cooklrf riinIU ml rrphrnll Fry In, linking, Itrolllng and llrattng hf Klrrtrlrlty-Knnrutua Vul la' tU I'm of Old fetjrl fuel. 7fn Dirt or Aatirs. The until lent Ion of Hectrleltv to aff.i:rs domestic is a subject that do niiimis the attention of all mankind. For some time past electricity lias C. r. ropjwr bottom: 9 C. allt't pfment; I. . BiH-cinMT urswn cntii'cr wires. memo A SI) BOTTOM or KtTTI.R. been used In a limited way by the demonstrators at various "food show" cooking school It required the World's Fair to hrlng the subject be fore the public In all Its prominence. What does electric cooking mean? It means the absence of the old-fash loncd range an! more n coal! no smoke! no ashes. It means no build ing of kitchen Arcs on hot summer mornings; It means the emancipation of tiro builders. The workings of the electric cur rent arc less understood by the gen eral public than any other subject connected with our mercant...

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. — 26 April 1894

i f ' f rrr:!. . .i W Q n i I will cure that rf$k W5 fi book at them. k!f J'i&$ Parlor SlllN. X Th,bcrtr.mci1yknowrlh.cnr.ofi I D U Tl 1 Villi 1 11 HIT Hfl 2vViCj k IssaasasssrsJ r, n 11 R i m V n if ZsZS IQQO MY I Sldo IJoiiriR 0 Dlea. Sola uverywherc. J f 1 Ui lit lUJUUi UllllJUlfi 1 U, MONROE TOWNSHIP. Wo h' quite n tliiunlcr 1iovcr ptl'ii!;iy rvniinij ai)l tin- fi k ' v.i-t ei.-i iti iilily swollen .... Mist. : Grrtio KlimiliT win t ht triK'st f , T.nvili Jiirict I'm l;it Suihluy. . . . Iau i '. ,S.k.i.-..i..inii, 1'i t' i' Yoniiifiiii l tin ir ; 1 umlii'H i,-.itil .1:ici1 .runtt l;tt buuiliiy. TKOM.IAlU.i:. LiiM I': i-lny nielli. Tnliim Mitl;ill KM liis ln'Ht Iktsi' I'.v l'iitli. . . .Tin1 f' nit tr s n r' in full Mi mm ; I nit tin' I loHSoms nro a hollow mockery on u KiTat many tn-is : the fruit i m arly n!l killcil Tliere is still su mta to ln-Kownl ; tin1 uiifavoiiiMc wcntli ir is a liiiw Inn k tolouhunl Wi ll tl.C trout M-ilMitl WIH opI'lM'il liV Siiiro Jim Miililh xwai...

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. — 3 May 1894

effew) . - vA.tNyGLhLA t - -?Mv&s ...... THE POST, THE POST . .mnhu'lrnlly NEWS Lkl e."'' I Hill liv llio I'llltoi. It net mi prtriin." It wt-iirn iiii"l-nllnr." It iicvi-riliMliriMlHtilMlM Ancliu'viT Holdout. stiiiMrlii tun y li f V Co.Con,nl..io".'1M VOL. 31. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., MAY ;!. if '4. NO. 18. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Our town was well tilled with hotel 'proprietors last Friday. A full line of ladies' and men's dress shoes at Meiser and Voder's. Hotel Shikcllimy will re-opn shout the Becoud week iu June. I. C. Hnrtman and wife spent Sunday at Centreville with the form er's parents. ' Window shades, poles and curtains. at astouishingly low prices at Meiscr and Yoder'B store. Globe Mills, Pi. The U. B. Mite Society will hold a Festival in their church ou Monday nnd Tuesday evening of court week. Pure Manilla binder twine '('A 55 cts.. Pure sisal, l4 71, at Ilarley iY Hashoar's, Beaver Springs, Pa. The members of the Reformed CllUl'CU OI mis piuc.e ceieuniicu un-...

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. — 3 May 1894

THE MIDDLEBDRGH POST. (ii o. W. WAolNMLLLi;. r.-lit.r. Al.'J III 11 H. uul LI:. Manager. M : i in i mi'ii, !'.. MAY :, lMM A physician myn lie f.iuln it tirci Lint wore t ride twenty mile in hi rarnagc than the same distance ou Lin luovcle. rrniili lit T'ntton, of l'nnct ton Col lege, say that iv realizes 1 lie fact that nil tti- youth who attend college do not want to lriiui' fitiitdtfil schol ars. ainl that Ik i htartlv in favor of athletic ert. The New Orleans I'icajiine think this ought to make 1'rinceton a prmio Invent with the young mm b 1o nut po to online to become scholar. It ie "nroia, remark the San Fran Cisco Chronicle, that lUc tlctngtier of tan new Ti of ostage tama for Hawaii -bouM Lave matle the same error in emitting the wirl "cent" on the five ciit Htamp that 1h designer of our new nickel half-iliinc tlhl sev eral year ago. The defective stamp will he nought Ly jiliilatolier ami tin loubX will noon eoiuiiiMinl h premium. The Boston Cultivator thiiM pliilos b i : tl...

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. — 3 May 1894

The Latest Aovcltj rur. "iMocHAMrs. The above represent two entirely novel eoati. ml hdk of those delight fol scarf which are just now tho rage in Paris, and which (with the two coats) ire among the latest novelties The "Longchatnpa". i an exceedingly smart osl, made in black mirror moire, the front turned back with Lyou velvet, in. I cuff of the same, both being edged with tine-cut jet. The aleeve are ntirely novel in design, and wonderfully effective, lined with rich black iisgotial silk. The white luoire Tent in supplied aeparately if required. The 'Tliaetou i" a useful tailor-made coat, unartest fashion possible, with a fitting i edged all arouud with military braid, Fashion In Hair Dressing. There have not been for yearn ao tisnv cuarrning way 01 arranging pminine locks aa to-day. With a ekil- u 1 maid even a homely woman who in a reasonably good complexion cau t made to look almost handsome, ao 'Xiyusitelr aud picturesquely la it Ixxwihle to dress the hair. - With the node, ni...

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. — 3 May 1894

Published every Thursday. Geo W Wagcnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E. Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. (which miH ! p ilil In mlvaiicn wIhti will out shir I hi' nullity.) n ATtS Or ADVtRTISINO. All trunMi'iit wlvrrtlsi'ini'iits nut tlior If" cntitrnrli-il f.ir 111 In1 rlnirjji'il tit tin-rati1 of IS evnta it llin' ii'nitmi l"l iin'.iHiiriM t'ir II rnt iiiht Uon nml in cttits ht ll ii." tor ri-ry miit-'im-iit iniuTiloii. Cooper A; Wngi'iim'ller, l'rop'rs. Thursday, May 3f 1891. Standing Committeemen. ,Il,i,.. .1 MMilli-Kwurtli. .1. K. Ki ili'Mll. llfitviT Irvln Klni'V. Nullum Ki-".1. Iti'ilviT Wi'it-Aimmlliiwi'll. Wllll.llll Ili'lttlT. oiitrr J. W. Miiinii-wl, 4'. f. IWrji: liiipiiinii-.lnliii Hi.i, r. IMviil A. I'nrtlliH'. rratikllli-J. H. Knt.TlliH-. .1. II. Il"ll. .1 ii k-u-n I c. Kllntfl'T. Win. Murtln. V 11I l-tiircl H. Ill K WlllhiinK. ris""1. lli.llisrik-W. A. KifliT. II. F. Ili'w. M'liirm-!). A. Knufliniin. I'. A. Ful li limn. -.-ti ii Ir-v lit F. IjinilfiiHliiifiT. Hii...

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. — 3 May 1894

- - . . .. ... . .... .. . . , ""! in-"!""'" tt' .,8t.-iAl,lTi,-..g. , f J T bSusiF a wain Tofi itn vnn the IT Tl Mil I Ml I 1111 II II II II II II II II II ..... 37... inl uu uu u u uu u tl.. .-14.... ... I. . V. I..k ti.MI.awf ..lit nf lllA 111". l II I II' I'l ll ..Mm I '" - plinonrt for Hip County ut (nvniT. mine in reiin- Imtiln. fur the kiiIi- of Hip llfal KUiH t I ill Inn lii- Ancli-rwui. lute of "liHiiiiiiiiin town- hliln lt mill piitllilv. lllH''tt. till' llllll-fSlif11l(l Al iiiliil'mrnior of Hil -fii". w ill i-xm-mp in rulilii- I Hull- on the im-iniM- uiHiut one mini onn 01 Mi'Kt-m H Full, on Friday, I.iy 2. 1MU. at 1 oVliH-k. r. M. tho fo low lnir denrrlbpil Hon! I'.ituio. iiii'iin iiitfun PM-i-iu-iit Kerry idum acroM i lie Niiiii)'liiiniiii river. All fiuii iiTiiiin incHMimirp or trnct of Inml Bit n.iie In ( liiipiiiiin town-lilo. Mivilrr enmity, 1'it., IniiiiiiIiiI on llii- Xortli ly lniul- of .l.ilin lllcki-l iiml John A. Mmrr. on the K.uil liy Public Komi iiihi uii r...

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. — 3 May 1894

NtC.HTtNGALEA QAtitiful miMt b" th mountain whense ye otiie, ko l bright in the iriiitl.J valleysthe strra-n. w!i'Ti'irtn e learn your song ? Where are those starry woods'.' () might I Wllllder there, , Among the flower, which, in Hint heavenly air, r.onm the year Inns. 'Sav. barren nif those mountains an I spht tin" r.'n n ; Our s 'tig is tlit voi. i' of desire, tli.it haunts niir dreams. A Mime of heart. Whose pining vn .ens illin, forbidden hopes profound. No thing .'ii. I. 'ii.' imr lone sigli '"in sound, l or nil our art. "s.lon nlou I In tli- raptured ear of men Wi i ur niir ilar nocturnal .isn'l : mi l then, S night i withdrawn Frvnthct'wec -springing iii"a!an, hurt ing houghs or May, l'r".i;ii wliii"' the iiiiiiitix r ilil" choir of I ; i y Welcome tile 'III Wit. " Sliort !'o"ms ol l!nliirt Itridgcg. An Old Daguerreotype, A I, KM SIT. P. 1) pushcil liiick his chair frcm tin- tit u -ner-tslile with anger ami disgust in hm fuee. 'i'h iloor hml just Imugcil lit-liiuil a liig. h...

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. — 3 May 1894

Wdharaspori, l'a. ervous Prostration ' iTi U $tf8"B'n " u awvw - aol'l Srapar.iu oa ueipeu nic wun f j. For three year 1 have been doctor Lirould not Bt cured. Soon after be ffef tbe better. Jo a short lime 1 waa fplenU1l). f.ir several monim prj- dor heart trouble and Nervous Prostration. ret well aid am able to do work of krfff Slll'l. 11 1 unu iiuii iriuw iwu Sarsa-parilla flood's to Teeth. Id examining men desirous, of Join ing the Koyal Marine of tb-iKn. glish armv recruiting osllcers are di rected to pay special atentlon to the rondition of the teeth ot a candidate. Seyeo defective teeth, or even less if tbey Impair the blMDir or grinding capacity, will render candidate In eligible, and the examining medical D nit er Is dliccted to t;iko Into special consideration the probability of the teeth lasting. Am Is a meal of which we are con etantly pav-alting hence It should always be pure, A Meaaa Oat the DlfHraliy, Any strain or bending of the back for aay length of time leaves It ...

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. — 3 May 1894

... ... - , , IHn it HI Tat)MmMWr KRATZKItVIfiLK. IVORY Barpfc IV. II. DOWftS VEGETABLE BALSAMIC ELIXIR WILL CURE THAT Cold AND STOP THAT Cough. MiHf ()iivi Kiiri)' mi'li hi ti I-t fi vd , i !'.. inst muster Y v. liO wiih down I - 1 m ; : o v in vf . . . . ! i; u l; pliilitcd I Oiivc r.rai f n ul li liJuiif liiilNini! ('.iiIli'iT'' lit I'm rluii Mhi Ji'litiif T,l 'ill i i-;t iii'j In i siti lMl s. 1 ! 1--!'V I at ll'ili'l'll Oil' lillll III! II r "il t liitf tvitrlirr. uf MllrkiTH ill tllt-ir nt ..Kiv. O.li.nfcnl filial tlu I . i t lu.l Si ii,lii a:i 1 jin ui'lu'il fl 01 ll M. Jollll . . .I'ov. HtlllH will i!carli toilir Ki fu nii-il ('ontfie Kiitiuii mi Ahi iihiun ).i.v.. ..Mr. I it. Trutt wji- v i -: t i t i frini'ls XI ? MkIIIcIiui nViT .Htiinliiy. (,'akhais. pax i on" 11,1,1;. .) Ln l!ivi i t I'li'i.iunt whs in inir tow:, rnvi.tlv ...Mi. .SUk' lnu'.vi! li i i i'iiii lrt ii it i i i ;i t t 1 fore-Mian of this iliviinn mi tln ruilrouil. . . Fi nik I'cliiu v tin 1 into the liotiso ...

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