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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 24 May 1894

pAXTONVILLE. jCdto 3owci-hox wnn homo rljl., to vwit nor niomer 10- jr. Win. SpiR imcyrr ami nt MoClnre over Sun- liowPl'HOX ami iiiinuy ui lir, wero tho guest a oi Jir. . rinotluT ovrr Humtay. . . . nl flood dil ronpidornblo of ilimingo in wntuiiu m Mi4 for tho f armors J. It. ami It. O. Uowcrsox were C. 1 OHpko over ami- .in. f il . Wiiiii-n lirnest ion tor iuo rvims.... lt''V. Smith was 0n Suiuliiy.... Miss l'iiutu ;.if .1 fiit-iuls Ht 1 U'nvortown jay. Ciceuo, BEAVERTOWN. . duuBbtcr oi irviu ami u'liiunD. ana wnc oi ucsu-r I. died at her homo m months and 2 days. IIio owiuff Hue was brought to iro and on Wednesday tho funeral was held from tho , 0 of Jacob Wetzel. Rev. 1'. leninyer officiated and preach- appropriate and impressive i-liooHinc lor nis text me fouud in St Luke 23:28. ear old daughter and a babo iivs old ore left behind to bo r by the grief-stricken hus- Ouo by ono our young friends ping from tho threshold o m .lerintv. e know not ,ud it causes a deep feelin ess to ...

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. — 24 May 1894

THE M1DDLEEDRGH POST. GEO. W. WAGI.VsEI.I.EI., Editcr. Ainu III E. COO I XII, Manager. M l Ll 1 1 lion, I a.. M A "4. 1MU It i estimated tbnt, of the general lumber product, thirtv-five per cent, pom into tiiuKliiit,'', forty-five per rout, iijto rnilron.l an,, miaoellatiooui. use, and twenty per cetit. into l.oxc. The Into 1 nvi.l liti.l.cy FieM aiil thai ii goo.l constitution, bar.1 work Hii l p! iity of McroiM! woro neeeasary t long; life. Many mill expect tho firs, to tnn.e up fcr h luck of t brother two requisite", remarks the Atlaut i I'oii'-titutiiiii. I.fT'l NVoKi Ii y is uoU'l saving tlm! I i ii!) A Tnr H'uii 1m lons th'j honor of having wntti u the must per. fort description of it Imttlo iu the l.ng.isli language. This American in Cnptuin ('Initios Kiup, Mill the episo.lo jlccorilx'il i tlic cavalry fight of (Jet t vhI.'it,; in "Hot wot 11 tin- Lines." An noeotnit in just mil Jo puMi,; ly tin1 Now York Times if how nn Kiiglish tiiitiiesciipt 1 from t lie Mutalir.u warrior ...

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. — 24 May 1894

to. ffiV. DR. TALMAGE. Je Dr.OOKLYX ni VINE'S svx DAY SKUMU.l. Jl'rrschcl at Little Rock, Ark.). gy i pn imTMi mi'i in" p epi turn with nm l"""1 11 1" n"'r voice nu i epr ; thv had no bom power to weep. David recoverou an. l namuoi ill,, r Is !nn exeiemnt In tha villa? kin?. Pavid unit his men are bidding ;i,y to tneir nimiiie an i are on lor me .'i ones Till le safe until the warriors. ,m with vc'tory, rout home. Rut will .r.vil ones M nntn'( The toft arms ll.lfn are aroun I th neck of tha wsrr.ors until they shake themselves ml star, and handkerchief and flags -.iv I nn I kia thrown until th nrm I vanish beyond tti nil ,s. David nn 1 his emi c't through with their campaign vart linneward. Kvry night on thir inm no sooner doe th soldier put his I o'i Hi" knapsack than In his dream he r tli welcome of tlm wife nn I tha !iout ..-hil.'. ... whit long stories they wilt have to tell rhmiii'sof how they dolged the bat x. an I then will roll up their aleeye and th- half hen led wound. Wit...

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. — 24 May 1894

IVORY Shiill vi I B.il?r a' War. War l.is u:i !;.!. ci. it In twecn .J..-. W. M.'.l!. i:-!.. !').! I,:l;- 5:ikT, l',- I . tvn I Vi iv County lawyer. VEGETABLE BALSAMIC E L I X I R WILL CURB THAT We !i. s l.iv while in th" l'i i tv (' m,ly ('..I. ; Burn SDortsman s eiiiterc IX- l .ii , I !:i y ii-.i il i-a.'li i ! :; tn.t ' tl..' ''" ,l ' I .'I r 'II' -I el lit)!. Joe Iv I tlicl'.il.c I:! ...... as ,o did I t!i. C.i. M I'll- voy c! N I: : d,;i:i!H'e fi ; t! i-i r cjertiiiei't, liiin- into the" f i -i 1 1 j istie" cncounti r, cov " 1 li Tii- 1' ' w ith 'l"i y f t t i 1 was m!.v1 i .1 tl.e 'Te .et imil i r.' At Ui" in- t'.t'"of I'll.l'V, Sll'.l !1 W:l IllTlsti'l . . ;i ( l::il f ilssilll't :itld I:lt (cry. ..r n ii will i ctiii'inlicr flint; :,... a i iii'm I !:' h i'.iri.t in 1 ..;.. r ir. v.:,i.-ii siiuH i-imt r.:ii: i- ( twice. Sin!! W;is iii'iestcd. ltut no ; n r!d cuinii'l l.ii'i on account tin- cyiiii'iitii.v belli',' 1 t i I.v in j .SLi.'ii s f i ,-. r. "I'lii - ...ip;ii hy wits...

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. — 31 May 1894

1 THE POST THE POST ,'v the ro.lo. if ! I . ,l-4MIVllll Of lopl' H Ot ivcnut to lt putrowe. I I'liti In- I li.i ...I., .ir- II N mil .tn "li-v:.!.." . II Ki nrs nivrolliir." . 1 II l.rr.l.Ml"-- . Ami' . '.nne"" Co" k",T;.......v.-.r f 1 VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Mrs. M. Z, Stcininger is down with tho neuralgia. The attendance at court was un usually small this week. I-M i tor Aurand of tho Ilernll called ot our office on Monday. Another lot of tine dress goods at Mciser .V Yodor's, Globe Mills, Pa. A. J. Klingle-r of Cold water, Mich., culled upon fricmls in town lust week. Mrs. Levi Bowersox of Slminokin, i-pcnt a few eluys in town visiting relatives. II. Gnnsburger, the e-lotking deal er, has just returned from tho city ( f Philadelphia. I). K. Haas of Shamokiu passed through town last week on his way to Puxtonville. Wo publish tho "Boll of Honor" this week. Does your name appear? If not, why not ? Jacob Se-hoch. a Philadelphia salesman who is well known in town, was hero l...

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. — 31 May 1894

' vr., . THE HIDDLEBDRGH POST. c;i:o. w. WA(ii:Nrt.t.i:n. r-iitr. AMJU'U V. (OOl Xli, Mm.iiK'r. M;m ;.i hi jk-ii. 1'a.. MAY . 'II, 1MM The ranr sugar product f Louisi ana amounts tn ('Oi'.o.Vt.O" pounds, rhtltling the planters to J11,f31,401 bounty. The t.cw magazine nlle which 1 lie French finny if experimenting with rim bo ('red I'M) tiiin f without In itio laki n from the t-hniildi r, find the cartridges weigh only half as much as traiLiirv niuiiiiiiiitioti. A r.ritish iiolil man who was fvip.1 fir breach of promise in reported to have declared t lint it was impossible fiT him to contradict a lady and that, ihcrt fore, In' would not 'luiiy that he had made the promise; hut ho in listed that the lady had exaggerated ihe value of hi ailed ions an I that that rnluo wn n fair iiistiou for n jury. I'lio lady recovered one er cent, or o if her original claim and the mulcted liubliinaii declared that the rross-txamitiation of her 1 y hia oo'.lli id wusnmply worth the money. "S'-ve York ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 May 1894

MISERIES OF MATING. THE SUFFERINGS MEN UNDERGO WHILE, COURTING. trtr and Thrlr WaysThe Jokes Mads Bl Thrlr Kipn Df nM and llllnd nim Are Undisguised llllna; Pre paring to Kngnf a Father-ln-Law. Chapter on Conr'.shlp. My dear." fold a prim aunty t a newly cnRnffod niece, "do you know that it is a st'loiun thing to be mar ried;'" Ye, aunty, wo tho fert ro join er, but it is a great deal solomnor not to bo." From the. standpoint of youth and beauty, the girl wns undoubtedly right, for wnutover may bo the slilo issues of bing and toilet powder, of gold em broid .Mod dresses, liaru-shnpoii sleeves, and tlio extravagant costumes thattho irbitoiM of fashion doclare shall bo worn by the beauties of the day, thoro ran be no doubt that tho ultimate end and aim of each and every adornment Is, for t ie young lady at lea-t, nothing more nor less than matrimony. In his aurloiis book on "Natural Selection," Darwin shows with incut circum stantiality and forto how Important is the part ulayed by br...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 May 1894

'. Published every Thursday. Geo W. Wagenscllcr, Editor. Art!u:r E Cooper. Manager. Subscript ion 1.50 per year. irtllrti inl-1 P-iM In wlvutii'i' when Wilt oilt tin' iuMiity.1 RATES OF ADViftTISINO. Ml tr.iil. n H.vrt"MiilitH n-t iiIhtI. r-,i.tr:i. '-I I'.r 111 I- tiiiv-'l t ! r.H'' of H ,-,.,iis i.. t llii- ii'ini--iri.-l mi- .Hiir. i r-r tlrsl lii.-r-TMh nil I 111 i !. T 11 lt" fur fM'O mil'i-llt lis. rtl'iii. INiii.t Vihj..'IIit. I'rop'ru. Thursday, May 31, ISO I. Standing Committeemen. . tin- r. .1. MI'M1' " irtli. .1. K. K.'HiT'iir. Ii.iv.-r- IiHii KliH'V. VHImti I-'.-.. ;.-.iw-r W.-l- Aiii'll'i-H. WHII H'l lli'iil'T. . nir. -.l. W . .imi""'I. r". ll'r-"'- I II..PIII III .l-llll -ll'T. IMM'l A- I'iTtIIW. ir.inUli, .1. II. Ktit r li ii.-. .1. II. ll'ilU'. .I.i. k-.ni -I . Klliiu'l.T. in. Vurilii VI. I. ll. lniri.il -I. II. I'Ii-miK W Ilium r. l-.-i-w. Vl...-. i.-. k W. A. K" . I- r. I. K. I"'. M.iiiiin-.-.i. A. hniirfiiiiiii. C. A. Fntl'imili. I'.'iin IrMii K. J ni'l.-n-Ui.'i-r...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 31 May 1894

jvm Hi H"ll',f' Hiiwitc. Brief Fum Hawsa Barrick. ViEVEn Keksei. Haiuf.h. ennui Uurc nmom midiiier. uu mi on hit himii. Ik' suolm sin (runs diii Ku-drulrt : y. lu'lft fun (lu IHt de fnntfn !' flli Pi oncm Ktmwvn cm imlt. Pes frlir slitick polry lint en prosso mninj?. ".l? lielft fun ilcr welt lootn tislia de onera grawva do war cm." HimUt tlu di lii.-va draw gn- lonkt wc ii gloich os tie nucha ous ga IuUmI inT Dale leit Bin gahora mit ia silvcrna leflel im niowl. So rulla i uicesiclikeit fun tier wools bis in a brawl). Uu duch sin ne net g'Hatinlied. C)oh lien niero on example om Hawsa torrick. Km Sam Hetzel si broodors inJ, woo in FildelfyuiVga-bruchti.s 1 i i vorra, uaro is bo roioii oh rn nut. si ci-coomnH is Hivva ilowsomi uaw- r's yohr tb aro slioft oddor net. larc boo is now tswotiKU-h yoliroldt, ut en goodo laming, nwver but net !tr good fartibtond woo mer greekt Ivon mer sicb solvor dor-rich do weMt blocked. Are wase olios fun Hhtylc, s olsfart Bawver aw-ga-doo uu wiordt n d...

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. — 31 May 1894

THE H EP IT AO f. Tin rl'h t.h' i inherits Vm Is And rr.llx of I ri'-k nn I stone an 1 (foM, An I li" Inherits ft white linn l, And (n '. r fl-h thnt f-r the ol.l, r ,.ir t w ir if innerit old ; A ln'rit'ik'1. i :n to me. On -ir weald w.sli to (ml I In fee. Tli" r. h ,i.,m' s mi inherits r.irs A I nis n. ay l.r";, tii" fii't ,ry l-uru. A br-ith n..iv burst Ins 1 i c shires, An I '';, white li;ui ts on!. Imr lly earn A liv.ni.' tbi,t w i ll. I .-rrf In? (11 u j A lvrit'ik''. it ems to inf. On- ir w i! I wili to hold in fee. rii r !i fi..-.ii' ,n ino-rit" wiiit". Iti -f !.: ii riv (or dainty far" . With nte. ln-.iri In' Iie'irs Hi-! mil , of tiiilinc li uvN w tii drown nr:n bar, An I vnri'" in I is i'iiv hair , A li On, Tit IK'. ir ,t 'III" to til". I wi'ii to lio!. I In fee. it tin' i r min'' "ii Inherit " nn I ii sinewy heart, . ;i Imr Ii t spirit . him l. Ii" o 's lu pirt .' il toil .in I nrf rr. to hi". Sf o ii r . i , A Ii ir Iv fr.iv Kill.' "' t'T-. 1 i " ry o-' A iHTif.nri'. i'...

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. — 31 May 1894

V f .). .. " ' T Tb Tolitk Lfttk R-Writer. v'iet Sister I'm writing to Amy; li tbere toytbl ok you'd like to say to ber Younger Sister (who batei my) Yes, plenty: but you'd better coly ft'' bcr loTCTld Blu. If. Kilmer's ""wamp-Iioot eures till Kidney and Bladder troubles, pamphlet iint Consultation free. Labratory Bingham pton.N.Y. a, Swedish eoptier mine has been worked t,tLout Interruption for U00 years. Te Clean Ilk fsjretra f ffrrtnully yet rently, when costive or hlllcros, 0 sbeD tbs blood I Impure or sluggish.lo per ,t?nlly cure habitual const I mt Ion, to awak. m the kidneys end liver to healtbv activity, .lliotit Irritotlng or weakening them, to die f,l biadai bc, colds or fevers, usy Syrup of Fur. fi t highest ambition of every Chlnumun Id le bve n splendid poDIu. We will give lino reward for any ea ofca larrl. tLnl cannot beenred with Hall' latarrb Car, lakea Internally. F. J. CHtMtv Co.. Props.. Toledo. O. It require 40 men to make un ax. PhiUb's Care fcanldnn a guarantee...

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. — 31 May 1894

V i J " ' MpiiE- pspri Sprlsii's Sipicr s!i f. v. .W : Tin' i . l - Iiltli -rt tatt li mi. Ii-iw Hi-right " 0 3T" 1 I Y I D 2 A . I' li.itt!.' of linker' t'n--U r !!, il'lli '. ..,..r..liM-ol.iy. 1 i Jl, L I afV t t J !',,.::, 1....H.1N. Mi!"-. . .M.t,... ,,,-tv..,..n W..,...f ..,; T vILL CURE THAT tV-W n .s:,, v, - . , r llllllD. i Cold S; " . . , . .- : -,,,,,,,. I - if AND STOP THAT 9; Vj T . Allvr,ui, :: cimnir Suits. I CO'ULgXlB I :. sk,r.ni-hat s.l.'in. M... v"; i ,'.:-,-.' Parlor Suits. I ThtH.rtrem.,iyuof.,r th-cr.. f fcsV I U U L J Villi lllPlf Wl frr-: t; : i:r-rir ; w. B. nBMJ, oil , r I;;Ul , J ir-, li 1 5 ! Side Boards, i pr"' , IWc., ami I""- bnttl. H ' I". .Mm ; 1 1 1 . Hlitoli II. ml. I Look at tl.f.n. 7 KS3T. k L3M. Mr,., lWjhA a iv J k 4 iYm tm m in ii-ti n a" f r & - -. i.. ll..ul,nM,1.ii:.-.l.iat.'.r..ttt.i.v U to ) 1 : 1- 1 1. n -1 -i.:i .1. i it. .r..tt i v l.i I i.?.-h i if ' ; s 1 - U. ti n ml I'n n i t 1 1 ' .- Aunyoii it- I '. 'h li-'' "f Niiitli Aiinv ...

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. — 7 June 1894

f V THE POST THE POST 4 rmphntlcnlly n NEWS 1'AI'KU, forilir- riKiplcnnd t the ivoplo. lis col nmn r nlwiiyon for till (llwMIMMtun t Dlpll'S of loU'rvat to lis pHtruiid. I run l the cllinr. i' iM-i .11. ".. hi." I ' :.! -U.il I' l;' . i '.. r I ,ii issl.i- Atl'l ii'lrr . M Co. Coinmii,si,,,u'l', 1 1 tu I'd! rip A V VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST T. B. Mc Williams of McVeytown, was in town this week. Chas. Stitzer ami sisters of Mifflin burg were in towu Friday. Miss Manila Stctlcr is visiting Mrs. Albert Smith at Elizabethville. Miss Libbio Dunkelborger made a business trip to Sunbury on Monday. A number of cows running at large were "cagod"' by the Chief Burgess. Quite a number of our young peo ple attended Selinsgrove commence ment this week. The Middleburgh orchestra has gone to Selinsgrove to play for Com mencement this week. Commencement exercises will take placo at tho Frceburg Musical Col lego this Thursday evening. Tho Commencement of Pennsyl vania College, Gettysburg will...

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. — 7 June 1894

1 WHEN WE PLANT THE TREE. tVhtt do ws tlnnt lwn we riant th tree lnt tlx' -tn;' hl h will i rm t tie s.'O, Sve 1 1 mt I lis n-ast tomrrr tl sil ; Wa I nit the I'lmika to lth'tii the plS t)wt B'l. t In km lnn. m l In urn and line-; MV lint tlin Mil' II e 1 1 nut ibe tree. A'bt do t Tun ' whe-i wu Intit tlio troo? Ae ilnnt tl.o I o.es fur m.ii nuil mi. V Inlit 1 1 0 tuft. r. I ho rhltnjles. i he floors, We plmit tii ttU'l lun:. tin In' li. the ilonri, 111 lifniim nn I lliiiti nil tits t tint lie; W Imit bouse lnu we .! I the trie. Wht .to I'lutit li n ii i l nt tlii tre? A t !,iru:i! t iiiiiim t ht w ! ill v see : Wn tiiut tli-' rin that nut WfM the crag, We l-l n tli'1 ! lor nur ("mntry's fb it. We 'it-ii t e l.i li Ir iu II e hot sinfrc: V 'i : nil th e l,ou we l int l lio Una, lluur AlUy TOLlf ON ; TlIi:KAIL Are yr:u all rlk'ht, ma'am''" '.Ml rijjlit, thank wu." The vim neer jerked a cord that let lo' .(.!. a Imrrlliie, I'imr, shrill wliis. lie, and moved a crtat steel lur at my fi...

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. — 7 June 1894

V MIBAOLE IN MISSOUBL It ACHIEVRMBMTrt OP MKDICAt LcJCS FAR 81 ORE WOSDUU XH4PI TUB TOAUIO or rni kamt. fttnsrkabls Experience ! T Isstsr watnt l raaassa, n, rwT iMrin Crlaala TDay A Wall ii Hearts Moa. (7vn tit jrtiMi c.( nu.) propla of Illoh Bill, Mo., and Yleinltj s racfntlf own atartlej bjr a emlng rati of baallnr. For yertr on of the k known mn fo Data an J V union coun L bu bean Mark M. Woodton, bow pott tr of ranums, and brother of ex-Slat P?tor of Mint, 0. C. Woodson, of tbti The people of Rich mil, wbxre hi utrly mlded, and of hie prrsnt hone, titmber woll the boat form, mlsliapn host from the Arabian? of man, which painfully bowed lt hoed bait to earth labored anall-llke aeroaa the walk I ton after aeaaon, and when one day laat oth It atralghtaned to It fall height, away the beivy butt of oane which j-Mra hal bwttt It only eupport from at rmlplessna, and walked erect, firmly, Mttatlngly about the two eltlas, people ted and wondered. The itory of the re- klJe eae haa beeone...

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. — 7 June 1894

Sfri giittlfkrgli post Published every ThurHdar. Geo W VVaacnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per year. rhlrh mutt ! naM In mlvnnri. when wnt out- ..' till- COtllltV.) HATIS Of AOVIHTISINO. All Intnl. 'hi n Ivrrtl-'tMi'tiM tint ntlicn; ontitr.icicl f..r 111 ! i h.irk'- 'l hHU" rut" f ! imiIs tT Mi).' iii'iiiMirli'l iii'MMiin-i fur flr.t ItinT tl..n iiik! l .Mitt -r llii" for every Hiiii-.ci'iwit insert inn. Otop.-r Si WiitfMiHillT, Prop'ru. Thursday, Juno 7, 1801. Standing Committeemen. ilatiiH-.l 4. MI'MN nMirMi. 4. K. Kcturi'H. IUmv.t- IrMti klti'-v. Nullum Kiw. Ilcaur W.-.I Aiii'mll'iwll. Wllllalii lli'iitrr. , ,. , r- I . V. ii i !!. . I". H'TiT'-. li him ii i ti 4 1 ill ii seller, imnil A. I'rt.llfi. Fnitikllii I. II. Ktil.TlliiM, 4. II. Il.'llir-.l:irks.m-4. r. KllhkrW r. Win. Murtlti. Mlil.lli'liurkTli-4. II. KIuhiiI. Wllllnmr. hiw, Miil'lliHTiH-k-W. A. K'-''IT. 1. K. Hi'. M'iiiniei. A. KiiulTiiinii. f. A. Farlrliiiin. I'i'iiii In In K. Ijunli'iiHli...

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. — 7 June 1894

( . . .....h rtitmk Democrat. imii" r Brief Fun Schliffeltown. MixTF-n PnooKF.n: Do letsbt wncl ,rkU i ,lf'r SltotU, n hob on , i,t wurtzhouHO ufT K shteldt. ic om c lotz . ,, ,,ijjnlnviii nni iur no im-uiui " i c.t.Viul'l trnttil not Bcl- in iU-' - villi Ell riUZnilWHIl JU1U iuium . " . . i r. n reek, ttwer hciij- oh iov wuei-i ich yr tzuncn era names m '. :..:..U liv noumr tzu iniilJawR vtai, un ich con ilcr Rawjji ich hob nidi aw yusiit auoui uuv k'" - ," . . . Vow. Hlieer ycailer buooi uoo wane ' - .... .nwcrii olliiH fun tie Hoiiiawia ob "" , l .11. -Mexico worm, un aw im ivhium ;refk, awcr bo wihbi tzu-BiiwRn gor ix we 8 uaro Konga wuuth . .nl.lawt wor net yusht aiua fun Je commona oh bo do high privates I..;.. awer ich wor cn captain lar U.r..., - - r.mftzich yohr tzurick. Ln won icn egaw Bclvcr eawR, unnor onnai wor i JipkIiI fun olla onncra Borun Bol w r.a wor evva do bully coot u" . olt Pennsylvania nnllitz, uu so long o ich en captain wor in dor nnllitz karln oh wo ile Me...

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. — 7 June 1894

THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. CEO. W. WAnnXsr.M.En, Editor. Al.TlltT. E. COOl En, Manager. MjiM.rm lioit, Ta., JIN J: 7, I!i4 Ocriuany has f.rty-sevou citu with vtr 50,000 iukfthitantH. A million matches are used" in Eu rope every twelve minutes. One of t ho fort il'icatiotn constructc! Mitti le of liii'hnionil, Vn., during the war is Dow within its limits, ho fust line the city grmvn in recent years. So f.r''iit lias tieen the growth of the l.icyeli lrihi;, declares the No York Mail mill Kxpross, tint opticians no tin 11 g.iul limitless in iniri eye protec tors for cyclists. Town lms i)iiHeil i law compelling lu r farmers to ru li-:it the Httssinn thistle. Laws for t ho destruction f h" kiuls of wee.li wotil 1, in the opin ion of th" Hiii:ii mill Farm, did the f.-irnier. 1'he farm r who nllows weeds to grow nn. I intiturt' scols in n menace to the community, nn.l entails exjieiiKd ou ail u ho ndjoin him. A prmito monolith in the form of r.n Ionic cross in t. he erected to the memory of Ten...

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. — 7 June 1894

THE MAGIC WHEELS. (Hair to Make Shadows Torn In Direction Cut out of a piece of pasteboard a tlrcu'.ar wheel with largo teeth jround It, aod plerro tho renter of 1 this wmei wiin a pin, wnicn next itlck Into a wooden ru'e held vertl pally. Then lift two candles placed upon a tublo about threo feet apart, ind both at equal dlstanco from the trail. If you hold the wheel parallel pith the wall, so that It projects Mill It wo clnu'.ur shadows, and Uko th wheel turn on Its pin axis, ,m will pc the Mind iws turn also In he direct ion Indicated by tho little Lrrows In the rut. AH tMs Is very easy. Hut now to two-shadow wheels turn In hiako th-' nnosito d Ircctlons how would you : to accomplish that? Tlace 1 perpendicularly with tin n back oft until you bring 'i at wurl- nur wlier1 Frail. Th be ghadov vs into circular form. At fthat tuoiiit' nt turn your pasteboard you will see the shadow; opposite, directions. wheel, and turnip; In Vent footwear. Aln-rst ,aUoftho low dre.s shoos sreoport' ...

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. — 7 June 1894

V r Board of Health Ordinance oommunlcnl'lc rtlw.iw!. rtHncomug to Mi pulttlo lifiilili. mill llio nonm which Hip) Have cc' iipiil iliitltiK Midi m kniMi fowtiitr with tliflr fur. mi hit, iiiiil I iiiHiiifiitrit i!(ir lie utrw'.iun if il.f II. i. til nf lit nil It. Mi Tins xii.- N an, Inn; utTi ilril Willi a rnm- i II. DOWSIS' VEGETABLE BALSAMIC ELIXIR WILL CURE THAT An onllnmuT i'l t ho ltnrcm;li f Mlimlrt'iirirli V.r i lie i.iiir p-H.TMifl" hii'I n ;f wi.t i Ik- w cut i I tin I'lll llr llri'ltll i I'li'iiiiiiili iil li' lib- , ! i i i ! t i : iii iim", (Inniri'rinii to flir iiiilic I i.i'itiiii. Mi j i ii 1 1' nriiiiKiii nr lii'i'i wiTiiiii i lie 1 1 in , I' 1 1 llil- 1; 'ii uvrli i'.xiT.t In ;eiimsiliiii i if Hip ; I i .Hi! nf lli ,rll, HI ll I In' Ii l; si. I i'hllii,! ili'inl III Hi!!.' "I Hi" x.vvi' A i ' v t" A i a T i t l In- :. i !"l,t' i nil Il i 1:11 . .11. 1 II' T'lVV II I H i i m l I'v Hio A' l i'f M. I'. I.. :;.". ! tin' I ii h I 'i !il.r. Ivnnlil : lit' II IT mil ril ...

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