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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 10 May 1894

( t THE POST I IIL I UU I Mr rmphnttrnlly NEWS- S'mn "ro lw.v o-n for SjiJnBliHi of topic of ltorwtwUPlron"- VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST It's often the quiet hog that gets the most slop. Meiser and Yodor carry a full lino of fancy dress goods. Tbe heavier a man's head becomes tie more it swims. John Eisenhart of Shaniokin was in town on Asension Day. A full line of ladies' and men's dress shoes at Meiser and Yoder's. T. J. Smith. Esq., is attending Supreme Court in Philadelphia this week. J. B. Shellenberger is the newly appointed postmabter at Banner ville. Mr. and Mrs. O. Alfred Schoch and Emanuel Pauling were in Phila. last week. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Orwig visited friends at Mazeppa, Union County over Sunday. H. A. Klingler and family of Free burg, spent Saturday with Adam Spangle r's. Some of the Middleburgh ladies have been trying their hand at bicy cle riding. Misses Jennie Bibighaus and Alice Smith spent a few days with friends at Mifliinburg. The meek must inherit the ear...

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. — 10 May 1894

TO I ret rei pr. cr ty th. I th. K VIM oh KB qtl vie ho uii dr. Uu bu i( A fi fui tin a : thi SCI aff. iloi IhIi bet (01 On tui bu- QO' ph. tin Me the X ha tin eit U- Ui v lea hL' tne bir ua ill wil to IIO rt AtONO -) THE WOULD, The wor 1 always sunny Whn yer ) full of money, (llak tli !.:. nr uia the dollars every .n An" .- 1 1 !'.! all l"'r.,n I ym When y , r II (Make tho .in' w mt 1-1 lnl you. !lur. make tli" dollars every lnv '1 Th wori I i iii'l .i" hon-y When t.'f m ( full o" ni"iiy. (Mik'l i liar. n.iiki' t!i. dollars every ' i Whi'ii v -rt n '.-n or twenty Von kin aiw. t'orr -w pern'.'. Make the dollars, tiwilv the dollars every list The wri.i'll fin. Vhn if l,."tr tl Msk" tii" d'.Mnr. .; v " slier Jlllg!n. Ml. lie" III" al l I r ' But xv In n I' l niik-l-(Uak tl'- i w.itit to burro t f'lii ' firraw. i i .1 :--. m k t ii dollars rv'tv Vt'ant i f nt it ut iou. KISMET. 1 V 'vtllK! ll.il.HKS. T was a rrettv summer iilvl. Htiil irace Flushing was thf central figure m il. i truce...

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. — 10 May 1894

f MMA A MllirrV)T fatid Peach, Pa. After the Crip Len Down bv Dyapepsla, Indl- eftlOt ana ntisiona apen . duir to tell whit Hood' Nrn- LrllU na don 'or mv wife. oe e rip, nl RIIK in Tfr mmm utr?ui ,, bie b do her homework, bad ilrspep- .,!,.. turn. contint Ion and headache. iia.iuw- - - llK.ll of atlr.slnes. end but flushes. I saw .v mUmi wnnderfnl cure were made L HissT Hsrseparilla. After my wife hsd lNd one bo tie see resnr.ea ne was mucii Mlr. foe now usin ins louriu uome .nd hs Improved In health .j main thai flood's Sarsa parilla Cures Ineshfr ownhnusew.uk. 1 imw thsnkfu' fr kat Hood's Sritrllla haa done lot t,r that I would nit hi without it In tba t,one."S.K.Mn.l.ru.P.M..KandDeaoh.Pa. Ll'i 1111 eure liver III, ouailpatloo, toll rat, jtumlicf, licit taeailaotte, Iddif itlaa. FNU19 '94 , nornr.As cnor ilt-letll ni'iH, (iilili Ironi , value lor llir ini'luv norltl. N.inie ami juice J on Ihe Ivtlitin. l..ry i jrrjnti d. l'.ike no r i.1ii. . Sie li'i'ul i fur full lrrripliin nf m...

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. — 10 May 1894

't I; r.ti in thi "I i 11 .u c ih. lb 1 El alt kn Yo to ir wi. r M tut Ko bo tin foi nsi u lat ua KOI an fttJ Ih tb ar- CO of vh: 0 re rei rr en ty lb fvi 1 til. vi Oil MO VII ho mi ilr. bu bu i. f A K' fill tbi a ' thi Hl'l ill'! IhI be fo On tin bu DO b tin Me tbi ho ' tin eitj bit'i bo- ma k bL' me bir'. DttV . wil to' UO, K ' Sju .QtitMeburijIj flost. Published every Thursday. Geo W Warjenseller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscript ion 1.G0 per year. 1 which must tie nul l In advance when sent out side the county.) ITIIOF ADVf RTISINO. All transient advertisements oMiTwIse cent i-r line (ii.n,..irici ui. rt-.iir.-i (or tlrst Ins. r II,'!, and u rents T line Mr every nitiuctit li-M-rt 1, hi . Cooper & WaKV-nsuller, I'rop'r. Thursday, May 10, 1891. Standing Committeemen. a.,lma-,l. J. Vlddleswarth. .1. h rcllemlt. iu-,ivcr-lrMii Klii-.v. VKhan !-. ' Ui.t wi-A '''v"'."iwll"i,j:." """ r- ivnire f. VV. iiiiii"-. . r. H-n:. : ;s ;.,,,:. i.. m. -!i-r. ""'. ii,,p- Ml.ll-.irw...

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. — 10 May 1894

Li E ORPHAN'S COURT SALE OF REAL ESTATE! VI. n nn nv1n I..llftf1 Allt f fill, Of. HI 111 HIV I'l nil mm l l.Tmn 't " v" I plmn (Wirt forth" County or unvrtor, mate 01 IviintiylVBnla. for the nl of the Kial Estnle of I rntnariiie Aiuipraon. iai 01 . iniiiiiiiiiiiii Li. !......t...t ...l.lluln will ntiuan In llllllll' 1lllllllll HUH HI iwmrmnm,i.in.i("i- Halo on the tiromlwn, about one mile Nortll of I .MChees it raus, on FriJiiv. Mar 25. 1894. IrvTm 1 nf UK ii II )f nil t" vi in Hi r fi I j ni(iiini-i'i) Uie Htinquoliuniiu liver. All I hut rortrttn intwiitfrtor tmot of Inn1 alt- IIIHl'T III f. Illl Tlllt1 11 liwiinini, Pinuri i "mij m tMitimhft on thf North lv liintln of f ttitn lllrkt! . . at.. t... fit. I. It.. tjj.nl I I Unci jonn A. .niivt'T. uu ui ruim- i umn: uiul rim VnnnvlvahU Ctiniil, on the t hy n L'M.n.i rw.ll . n nil'" I" I i " i oiihi n " " - - - ll.a ..-(It... I ftm ntlft Lll iriNU I I'll I mw nw v ' ivinir tNtw(Hn tho l-oiinHVlvanlti CnniU nnd tlio SUNfpK'hunhfi Klver....

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. — 10 May 1894

A,. di A Lho hici trjj f. r.t. at) in th, U Yc tb. Ph I 1 ah o to tf wi' P" Kb M. M, l I mt Ed bo tin foi M mi u Ut UK Ml an liu CO of, i vo re. rei pr en tj ik fcl I tin B' vi Oil lH qu Vlt bo LI! ilr. bu bu i i.f' A g'' fm tbi a tbi net aff. ilei IhI bei foj On tm bu no ph tin Me th ep . ha ' tin bo tua Vlea h'. tuo bir nai kil' . mil to no, art. THE MIDDLEBDRGH F03T. (il O. W. Alii N-l.l.l I.J;. Foil, f. AM 111 II I'., i dol I II. M.it.nc.r. M:M i l l l."i', I'.. MA lv, loct.,r Kit-in. of l.ntntn!i, t-nyi that the cholt ru is i nnii h in n v;-iit disease limn iiiimy "!li T, wiii"i:r.ro Inorc cutnlnnti ami tunic '".lit liv, li.it less fi .. r i I A liivftiiittfiii itrrimiiv jfiiulri't Unit nil lrup intt tided f. r iiitt rtinl tlse If put Hp ill round lottle, Tthib' those fur t-xtt riml use r-li i 1 in: put up 111 lit XllpHIIll bottles. 'llif lt'lnl"Ii Anrirrliiht 1:hvi title ri'tili'il in f rilitt'tiin tnt't'U Vifturi Kin I tin- Priiirf tif WhU, ilt'cliirrn thfl Atliilitn Ctiiit't...

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. — 10 May 1894

TEMPERANCE. RELIGIOUS HEADING. Ali!!ATir SfllODL KEYSTONE STATE CULLING The Latest in Frock lor Little JUida. moTKS FOR THflKK MITt.E MAIPH. Frock for tunny little maids chq bo made After those fashions. Skirls are Hot worn ho loug this season a hist year. A ftvtty idea in to fiud a pattern in figure. 1 clinllic, And plait straight length lull to tUo bodice. Velvet ribbon h1ioii11 be run through openings, in the material at hem line, ami tiel in a ilouhle bow at the side. A full corsage ban velvet run in at yoke dintanee from top, and tied in bow on shoulder. There in also a velvet collar, anil the puffed sleeves are run with velvet. Th lint it of (tailor Hhape, crown tnatehiug velvet used for drew trimming, anil feather of name tone caught with gold buckle. Thin dress is intended for a girl from seveu to fourteen years. For a little one from four to eight, a pretty gingham should have a gath ered skirt, trimmed with narrow embroidery. The triple bertha is also edged with the Hitme ...

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. — 10 May 1894

I T.."ifc i . n '.'", r..--. tin vix Oil Hi 1 VH h.) nil dr. Lu bu ir A fin tbi tin no I tr dot 11 bi fos On tin bu no ph tin Mt th ha tin eit', W bo ma leu tL IUC bit Da kil wi' to' no art 1 F:p''" ! fnnV iDnnrrniiin If V ".l V'.rrl n,ini, ,,' TTnj .."T.T7..Ti Portfolio No. - follow in a : No. 1. 1 !nt tiff of Dituicuville. IS. Invasion of tlio Noitlirrn Statoc L'''h Army CroxMii;,' tin- Potoinnc. :i. Until)' of (lottyslmi tf, Tliui x.ln.v cvcninir, July lM. 1. Until.' of I.);Ull No. I, rotoniin Uivir. M.ttilc of ri'tcrnl.nri.'. i it .itl.. I'i.1.1 of Si cM Hull Him. 7. AclvntM')' of MiClclliin'H Army from Pit,' Uttbl. K. Si' iKMluriiik' tlio Hut tiff of An i rl,,n,..ii,f tlinl'ilst Town UrL'illl't nt tin' Uittli' of WilHon'H Cri i k, Mo. lit. A'lvunco of (Iffii. ISiinks Jiivin inn into i .4i ru .iLiryl.iml. 11 lt,.ltl.. f.f ( iiiinc'ffllorKvillff. Vn 12. V. S. Nnviil Uri:iiclff (.'oiistruct- intr Miiritu ltiftiry. I I It.iltln (if tlin WiMl'lllPH. 1 1. Siiiriii.lcr of J linnton'H ...

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. — 17 May 1894

4 J-tf THE POST , nMtlMll.v NE Wa ll f,,rtln'IVplennl ,'i' iwiilr. It col rf nlwB.vn upon for '.Minion 01 toplrs of !jt to lt patrons. N rim l tln il!tcn. II I- not mi "("run," II H i'ill s llo'Tnllur." II lli'WT clmllT' ll 1111 Ihsup Ainliii'vcr mililoiit. Mii 1 in inn i.r.i a rur Co. Commissioner, 1 IV ,.1 OL. 31. MIDDIi BURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., MAY IT, 1$94. NO. 20. Post 1 U. 5tl,. lf. 3. SMS of LOCAL INTEREST . r-ll . . 1il.II.. M.: ir. UCO, 1 . Miner in 111 x mm. mm flic Pennsylvania lidd reiiows st Alloona Una week. , t r 1. -.1 load 11. wppenueiiuur uew m- twciucnt tbia week. the Governor of New York signed .Compulsory Educational bill. wo trios, Coxoy, Jonea, and -.- . , rr 1 nvu ; l'ocnt, r ry, ana .ocumau. U West ChoBter Normal School stinleuts answer to roll call tbia 111. We nndoratand that Dr. Voclklcr Selinagrove. intends to remove dental office to Milton. flio Commissioners have removed iron fence between the Court iuho and tbo Bank property. V. II. Ulsh haa improved 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. — 17 May 1894

HAPPY DAY3. Flag a song o' happy dsys comln' op Itie elope, All the country llstenin' to t tinkhV belli O' hope Happy III the meadow au' lir py 1 y the stream, Ao' Imppy In thi daytime, tin' happy In your dreams ' Blntf a song o' Imppy days' cllmMn' up the hill : Mlngin' In the breez" fin' rlpt.lln' In the rill ! Ilnppy n the housetop, nn' Imppy 011 tho SO,, An' tlx- happy worid n-rollin' lo th" happy (.'at'.'S o' Go I ! Atlnt.ti foiil it ut ion. A GENTLE ADVENTURE, (i:i5V AK'U is an ideal frii n. I i f llir family. !!' is ulcl l't;otoh t' I'"' 11 frii tul of Mr. uiiil Mr-. Kiviti'tiMi and yoinio rtmiili be 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 y suth tin' liiiiiil. t- j nli.i nr.. " III MII'll I V, I ll I ill 1 1 1 r . t . win 1 cti ii'l in 11 pi tti I orofc.-inti fr nn tin' l;!T-' ry to 1. rail linn I'lu li' l lit. ir. precisi Iv tilt' nn!'! nf e.imii' l 1 tin .mi v,.. II k 1 .1 : 1 1 lli'll II IT'"! I .it ilnVl . tired. .it iluVl Win!.' mi! HI lT'' I II III 111'-. w ll Wealthy l lll'll'.'ll to III...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 17 May 1894

t til!" . on um Tie- fa il lit. y ' fori 5 In? I Xcr th inn: aiir.; 01. fr ra wl e !ian.l jir utr owl i. Hr. Henry IT. DetuHlvr pennsvlllo, T. eart and Stomach Caused Trouble-Cured by Hood's. rrmrK'rl to lake Hood's Hafsapsrllls nttm i'.bon I was low with stomarn i and Mt 1l- U over, weighing only j MY " irouDirn mn,ireenanuj . lln me to stop work.and my blood was ranging pi in pic on mjr face. Aftrf ; lined- haraparllla I began to get bet. :iicJ lately, and now I feel llko a new lOOCl S parTlL Cures My blood hss hern purified and now my clriir nod my otnplcxloti fair. Ilood't trills has done me much Rood and I rrt' iinnit-nd It." Hknhy W. Drrwtti. insvllle, Pennsylvania. fa I'll la are purely vrxntalilr, and do aot I in of grips. Vol I by all ilrugilata. COOK BOOK prr j pr 320 frlGtft ILLUbTSfXTBD. Oiieof the Ianf0nt nn1 HcM iiMia llisi. illi!l.lii-d Mtllta latickui lor 10 Larst Lisa htsdt nil !n-m l.tou I "fTee wrapHrn. and a il-crnt Matnp. Write f"r llrt l eur other fin l'n alums...

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. — 17 May 1894

Published every Thursday. Ceo W. Wagcnscllcr, Editor. Arlluir E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. 'wbtoh must l1 ruMIn mlvnni'p lii-n writ out-Mii- tin1 rmiiiiy.) HATIS Of ADVlRTISINO. . n . .i,i.tr ttiivirf 1siiniiif s lint otlif-rwlup ciint nn't'iMi fur IIM" i-lmwrt nt tin- riiU'of M criiti I- ' HiH' ;iinii:irlH itiHiMiri'i i"r nm it' :wn iitnl Kici'iitu r llin' tir I'M-ry huIim-hui-iiI ttwrtlim. Chit WugiMitHfller, I'rop'r. Thursday, May 17, 1891. Standing Committeemen. i1nmi I. .1. Mlililli-xwiirtli, .t. K. Kciti'Mlf. H.-vir-Irvln Mm v. N.itlmti V-"' . II.MH T Wl-t -AllHll"'ll. WlllUtn lli ntcr. r. htn .1. W. S;iiiiih. I. '. K. IKTif". i tiuiiiiiiiii totin hvIiit. iwvlil A. I'lTtlltii'. Krntiklln -.1. It. Ktil. rHii.-. .t. II. ll'U. .lii. kHiiii -.1 f. klliik'liT. Wm. Martin. Mlihlli'lMinrlll. H. KImiihK VUllhitnr. ViisO. Ml-Mlii rc k -W. A. kf l. r. II. F. H. Montis -t. A. KwifTiNiin, '. A. Kurl' iniiii. Ivnti lrm K. IjiiiilcnihiKiT. Imvlil MnyiT. Ivrrv II. K. ArtuW...

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. — 17 May 1894

CENTREVILLE. .rvlio.ly nn.lhiH neighbor ought .nbsorilw for the Middleburgli It in very roou company, 11 thu now to your fainilien i . . Tn tn tt Tulmniro's S illlll til" nUHiiny ncuvm alone worth tho price ot the re it is MK'ournKing to to find" that ilD 1 rChPOUile.lt 4 of our citizens arc regular sub- Iwrs to your paper aioytr 1 1 T- Wl.. I ...... rxt r Deilm, coinimrciiu travciem, fciiHincHH in town lust week.... . r.ilm and Hon. tnfi lunioer gsof lliiH Hoction intend to run ,n... ix'Jmh on ii Virgo Hcitlo, and wiviul oiio of their saw mills . ti -m timber tract in tlm lower I f TemiH Valley Narrow, ami i.L IU IUU bUU iuim in.j Hummer in its full capacity uio - l ,l,n and Son are wide awake ami M-nriHinir lumber merchants and ,i nvervthimr they undertake a -egg. . . .Mrs. U. A. Stine of Mif .... t . . i. iburg is visiting roiauvcB ucre Centreville was well represented Uiildleburgh on Saturday, some wloubt. to boo tho new County ..itiiitteo oreanized. Dr. J. W. ,mnsel was elected...

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. — 17 May 1894

1 ,t .WW""1 HWVe- THE M1DDLEEDRGH POST. cr.o. w. WAfiKN-v.t.i.i.n. Editor. AltTHl'R E. COOl Tit, Manager. Mn.M.nu K..11. !'... MAY 17, 1"'.'-1 The lSnlitn have more money in educational institutions in America than nny thi r 1i'tu)tuitin'i'in, accord ing to the New York C'utti'Jicrcial Ad fcrtimr I n poetry violets are always "blue." But ax a mutter of f:i"t only linlf of the twenty au,l odd varieties in tlio t'nite.l States hto blue. Tho restart! purple, yellow, white, lilac fiu 1 olio Krecii. T. II. Adam, of Newport. Ktiglanl, rprrlltlv ii'CCHi'.I, llll III" ll"lt llt'il 2."(,imi'I f le ill vol.-, I to teaching practical and tlieon t ii-iil agriculture to men mill vocths. ninl tin- Kuowli'ile of dairy iii and liutischectiiiie; to womi u an 1 p;iils. j The Mart fur. I (Conn i Journal notes I lint hypnotism in not pomIar with ! (Icrniau courts, n' of which lint just sentenced three prof'Tvor.t of hypnotic lical I ik: to prison as ii!ic'ks. I In' judges Were eviilently nut SU-eept ti...

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. — 17 May 1894

( "I x ' "in. ;"; tliet i, lour,',, - h, a Lulu rgar.lv crs. j, Join Was fgcd t Illt'i t 1 II t, HS lT1: It r. ,. ir tin.;. on fr aud H I n tli;r bout t miri-il fd. 7 m li t re bun ioutid pECT. ected tj 'Oft I of , w-H tie lor i ' iill u-J Of 'I lestll, lo ru V. ntcn.l. amp!- S 9 4 2 3 21 8 0 2 '2 - 12 7 " 11 M 12 l 17 00 17 511 Pi ft!) 15 ,rxi la m 7 0(J 8 00 6 50 3 00 1 00 6 78 3 70 70 CO M 60 M 10 19 14 IS 8 12 IU HO 4 4C 50 Ji m l IS ' 111 50 80 55 42 2J 10 ill 41 30 12 n w )2 15 ill A Famous Dairy woman and Her Farm. ptJ .7 H Hurt, J MMK. KIF.bKF.N 8 Puirvinjr, l'K poultry-keeping, n nro peculiarly littod to excel, lliiit is so Kononiliy Bextiowioig;e(l thiu ie thought ' objoctiug when a woman who had mudo herself famous an a T-mukrr wan nppuinteil judge of dairy products at tbo Chicago Fair. flu re nro famous dniry women all it I . i i i r tire, generally loem, imu i roiessor industry ! Denmark, describes iv. I intornstionnl fume. fliis Imly, who is npnilly well n for her prod...

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. — 17 May 1894

WW"Wv J"" aw.---- J y ' aaM'UM M Famous Wv Pictures. Portfolio N . -. w ill contain the f Unwind : No. 1. Kiltie of I ! iilll-HVillc. J. Invioi ni of tli' Noitlu'fii States. L( ;'m Ai i.y C'rosfiii.i: tin- l'otoiiiiic". ... I', .ii 1 1. .'f ('irttv.l.nrjr, Tlmrs.lny . M-ninj;. .!y -M. i. P. i'W- of Dai.. No. I. Potomac K vi i . nr. n. doctks Ssii's MprlS IVORY BarpiE ESP FnrmtiirB VnJ IIIIUIIUIU. VEGETABLE BALSAMIC ELIXIR WILL CURE THAT Cold AND STOP THAT Cough., I! it! . :. A h f" III uf lVtn -1'iiri;. . I ' 1 . 11 of SmmI J'.llll Kill:. .. f M ('1( Han's Army II. th.. Sfiiit luring t Le Ja!llt' of Aii- t.( tali). Clmr'of t Ik- l'ii t Iowu li jjim'i n'. tin- p. attic of Wilson's (.'itck, Mo. M A'lvancc of (leli. !;iliks' iMvi--ic :. into Wti-rn M.iivl.iinl. 11. P.,.ttl-of C'liniicclloi Nvillc, Va. I J. P. S. Naval P.i itfiuli' (.'oiiMnnt 11. Mai nit' llattciy. . . , I I. P.attlc of tln Wil.lcrtu'ss. II. Sni rciclcr of .1 ilinMon' Army. !'. Sin-limy of lYti-lslilliy. 1i". A ( ;inir....

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. — 24 May 1894

THE POST J 21 POST .V I f V... u Ptnt'lift'lonlly n MCWS I' V hill, lor I hf reojiic nil tot Hit" cul- uiiir. nr" iilw.vijicn for J,,,. ,K.'M.H-Mlll III topics bt ln!tTi't to ltuputinus. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Tho Cominonwi'idcrs cloiincil llio strcotH on Momluy. Two pair of Turtle tloven urc wnutoil ut tho Central Hotil. SIohcs Dateinan of Suubury spt'iit Suuilay with Lis lister, Mrs. IIcrbH tcr. G. W. IVlix, ono of Lewistown'n pushing busineHd men, was in town last Friday. A. 0. .Smith is Helling a lino larpo Katau roekiin chair for H - ular prion !":l..r0. Tho Board of Health ordered tho rain to clean out tho tilth nnd utag naut water from the Flats. Mr. and Mrs. Harry I'ibiffhaus of I'hila. are enjoying tho hospitality of Mrs. Il's mother. Pure manillii binder twino (; ! cts., l'uro nisal, (ti 75, at Harley l?ashoarV, Beaver Springs, l'u. Chas. Stitzer and Chas. Bitter of Milllinburg wero in town last week renewing old acquaintances. For Halo Cheap, A new, solid brass ...

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. — 24 May 1894

'lr, ar-jiV . stvt rs:Tk-- .zk' DECORATION DAY, Thin prw tie ranks. A few worn. wiviry 1?: fi. With tt. wltit spray of ag upon fr C"'i in mid nuri'.orjr of lhoi far-off ilny When thi y mnr 'hi. guyly whet they tal ler l,nf, loir nr- le't. How ahort hn grown the 1 1 t ' W . nil it tTi'!Tly. with Ivttnl brvitli, fit trim o.ir ranks shoul I f.i le tho nnMn I nn I To :uitir to the rjll-'ftll of thu ruler, I nth. f-Vw, few nr- li-ft. Tln ranks grow lliin, nnd !.! Apirt n thi dim ir.nl" of l!io p-ist. ili'iit v nr. I Mow they co-ii", who oti -n TlH'ir .s ti'iuiTin fori" on i li foi'mcn '!. nly ; An l With weak .in I f illiTln,' Iron. I, i little whll", t'l-lr tnirdi they XT ill ' r Ml.M W l ill To 1 n. ri T'iiiu Ik uf vrtv an I Hi", r-M. s. KT "'ii un I l-. . I'lim .!! tlio r;tn!;s. In -lli'tit camp they wait. Wliii ilmri'il tlioi hour of vi.'tory or de feat . ii'l marble ntri umrl th siered p'if Where w.u-w.'rii Ihtji' r"t In slumber Wt"!. fi fi-w ip' l-'t ! WIht' :ir" tho. ci'.l.int I'm...

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. — 24 May 1894

X&e Paris Moru and Its Dead. Here are some (trim figures from the annual statistical report of tbe Mcrf ue. Last Tear on leso than 909 bodies lay on the marble flubs of tbe jarls deed-house, aDd of this great number mure than 200 were unknown fata and women, claimed and recog nized by npna Two hundred and fifteen out of the total number had lost their lives by drowning; falls had deposed of eiirhty-three; hanging coded seventy 8.1.x, an,d firearms luy tiflbE, wbilo suffocation, stalling, and foiscntng brought uicstof tbe rest to tbeir death. Tbe greater number of Ibe c.irpscs were those of men, and the statistics go to prove what has been already proved that those who commit suicide oftcner choose the lummcr than the winter for their rash act." It Is etninge, but true, tbat the brighter and more unhappy touts find strength and nerve to end their miseries. As to what percent age of the Morgue subjects are sui cide, of course no man can tell: but probably It Is very high. Black an...

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. — 24 May 1894

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Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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