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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 June 1894

VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST If il'li'rt 1. Olover. Esq. of Miulin- burg wns soon iu Snyder's capital on Mou.lay. Ur and Ml'S. J. W. Orwig WOlO VIS- jti,uj relatives and friend in Sha- mokiii over Sunday. Mnizio Dunkelberger is ply- 4? ing the noodle and visiting fnt-n.ls at Sew Berlin and vicinity. Tho Middleburgh Orchestra ami the Band lmve furnished music for Xew Borlin commencement. Miss Miriam Orwig is spending a week with hor sister, Mrs. Harry Barter, auil family at Hartleton. I'. F. Ranck of Williamsport was in tow n on Sunday evening looking after personal interests. We hear it rumored that M. I. Tot ter will leave Wont Virginia to return to Suydor County again. Pure inanilla binder twine !1 cts., Pure sisal, Q 71, at Hurley &. labour's, Beaver Springs, Pa. Ex-Governor Beaver is being urged tobecomo Attorney General of tlio stUouuderHastiugs'adininistrution. Samuel P. Snyder, who had been an inuiato of tho county jail for boiuu time, Bccurcil his liberty on Tuesilay...

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. — 14 June 1894

THE MIDDLEBDRGH POST. GEO. W. WAQEXSELLER, Editor. ABTHIB E. COOI EU, Manager. MlM-LKBl liOll, 1a., JUNE 14, IMi C'rims is more rommon in inslo life than in married; in the former, Ihirty-tbreo in every- 100,000 lira puilty, while only eleven married" men :f tho :ams tmuibcr Lava gravel broken tlie liw. "flail Hamilton'' regreU to sc women ciiRinje 1 in an effort to secure the billot for themselves. Sho look upon it as a "movement backward townrJ men nu tnastodous, tbo mioc-ne Lippnrioa anil ooeeno BcLi tLrrittrn." An Englishman think that tliere ciiv'l't to 1)0 a rinsed season for bach ilor as well a for other sorts of game and propose that every woman wli contractu an engagement between tlie miiMln of August anJ tho 1st of March hhouM be liable ti a heavy I'limlty. ftneh hits been the growth of popu lar opinion in favor of tho sudden tlis oiition of the ileail by heat, note the Chicago HeraM, that thero nro now in tho country eighteen incor porated cremation societies, nnd dur ing...

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. — 14 June 1894

ti on The A. 'Avar 10111 jmbl; rown dn lc 1 Is- I A 0 w 1.11 ! rati WIT, );lij. rr, Hi I r.iii in da IKO I lis c :ult ha her is I: hat n ag .ban d au own a let ither by itely uiutu Lbe s. i pei ler, can)' , ho per r tu say t withl Iptof hagri ju to paid touV years ami g do CHAFTEROFIIORnORS FIRST WITCHCRAFT ARREST IN SALEM, MASS. 7b MmI Ootbremk of ThU If nor nt roily A TrBl Tltn of Popular MsrinrM and BaprHlon Terrible Decth of Olls trr Two Hundred Year Ago, There Is nothing nioro Ineompre 1 ctifiblo to n man nowaday than tho U'llif In wlUhL-raft und domonlao t0. scroti which, during preceding Juc, whs religiously held by tho ma unty of people, Persecutions for religion's take one can understand; one cm appreciate tho process of rea (ion which makes them possible, but Unit any Intelligent human Icing could have ever relieved In witch cra't and have tortured unfortunate Tlrt:iin as witches, Is almost lneon celvihlc. And yet tho fact remains tb.it until a very recent period no one do...

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. — 14 June 1894

) gpWbUliutg& post. published every Thursday. Geo W. Wagcnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription per year. irlilcli tnutl lx' p il l m inlMitM-i- wlirti wtit mil- nl.lf flic rnlllll.V.) HATIS OF AOVIRTISINQ. ... ...-I....M...,.l lint ihrrl" r.M.i r...-t'.-. I..r I- Hml ;' urn r.. i.i.'.i.f. iH-r in." (nr v-ry tiiwUfiit ti. in unit in itiwrtlim. Coop.TiV Wag.'iiM'ller. Prop r. Thursday, dune 1 1, 1891. Standing Committeemen. VI itns-.l. .1. VliMli'swiirtli. .1. K. Ii'tli-mlf. iii-nviT -mm Kimy N',"","..,;;;'',M'-11 ,., H-m.r w..t-Amll"w'll. Wlllliitu H''al r. , ,.hlr,.,. s. s,iniwl. '. K. hTK'1. . liiipiimii .Mm -ll.-r. Hml.1 A. rrtlliif. KmiiMIn I'. Knl.TlIlM'. ' IJ- l' ltf. .1,1. k-m -.1. ( . KllntfliT. Will. V art Hi. M... i.iirs-l.-.l. II. IIIi.m-K W illiam V. Y i . Mnl.ll.i.rt.li -W. A. hf-l'T. Ii. V. H-. M..nrm--i. A. Kii'ifTiinin. '. A. h rl.-iii!n. 1 ti irvln K. lji'nliMiliik''T. H.nlil Mojit. ivrrv-It K. Arliw':i'i, lrlti lliiyr. vrrv WV.tli !!.. M. AM-im...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 June 1894

1 tlifc-tMKT V I Krom the Mnwta Chunk Democrat. Brief Fun Schliffeltown. Mirtek DnrcKEB : Ich glnttb c is now farohtonua os der Jftko Pttz millcr roiiH coomd for in tlo Seinly C8 naipslit Mipoiityobr. Dor Jnko is n ordlioliiT clovpier km 1, un es dinkt micb si-lly ofliee dale tn ordlicb goot Biiit.i. Ar in nnrs film olta Joe Petzmiller ni boova, un dor olt inon but fibun yobra lone brovt-ert dor Jake ufT sctza in bisness. Tar yobra tzurick but nr broveeit en boud warick tzu larna arsbt oIh -n sbu niocber don ol en bneidcr, awer, somehow kens but en g'suit. Don but der olt mon do notion 'minima os der Jake law nbtudeern Het, un ar hut em dri odder feer law bicber gn-kawft, un der Jake but maiiier os dri wucha R'sbtudcert un don but ar sich ous gevva oU en lawyer. Awer selly bisness but aw net g.c wella, un in der hufTiiing oh dcr Jake ebbes tzu do grickt os aw batzawlt but ar erne forramyobr en bengribt gakawft, awer Belly iuventment wor aw tzu Hawga nix wirrt. Tzuletnbt jh der olt m...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 June 1894

AFOOT. Come th lure of crern thine erowla?, Como tho f.ill of water flowing An I the wayfarer ib'Sire Moves nn 1 w ike and wool I bo goia J- Itnrk the rtrg-int hot of .luni Maroliing ii" irnr 1101:1 iy noon! Hark tho !.'". p ol tin' Bh-1 Tivxi i'-ki' l beneath Hi" moon! Long tli" i, !'! an 1 far tli" i-n Un When my wayfarer i? wn ling When desire I on 'i' ?'"(. rnom beiiin 1 an I dream attending! In his ears tho phantom elila.o t'f Iti'iviimutii 'ni l" rhyme, II- shall ehae the lbs-tin.; camp-fires Of tho llodouiti of Tim". rarer 1 y ini-'h iirt'l ways, lii'iil a death I" plaint r prale, t'nr turning ho shrill journey, r ''ll"W to the nights mi 1 days ) Till i: pi: 'iii- outT bar Milled tin- moaning eurren! nri Till tho llvii" i-lit"v zjiiith, Till I!"'1 mth attain the star. Till through laughter mid through tears Fair the final p' li app-ars. And nlxvit the water- 1 pastures Sink to sleep t hi? nomad yours! Clinrli'K i. I. Kobcrts, In Hcribnr. A MUCH NEEDED LESSON. Et oopniEY oroit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 June 1894

'1 Occasionally you meet a mother bo look! orry iba isn't an old null Jyr, Kilmer' Kwtyr-TlooT puret all Kidney and lilad.W troublna. rmphlrt nd Consultation fr, ljibratory liinghamiton,N.ir. A Paramento RarUener Irrigate till gar den I jr dog rower T Ciena ! frsirsa Effectually ret ( entl jr, when eotl or billon, or mbt n the blood la Impure or slugglsh.to per soanrntly ear habitual constipation, to awsk n tbe kldnejr and liver to a belthv activity, yilboat irritating or weakening thrm, todls prl bradacbes, colds or fever. us Byrnp 0f Klgs. ' There nrc 10.803 pr-rloitioala published In Ibe t'ulteU WalfS. Isalsssi aklr. W1 rn1 f 1 for a bottle of medinine foe rrnnpUint when one tat of Boer h am k I'lll", riMtiDC only tl., will cure nearly all known dtwaoW 'I'liia l lrc.uc rnnatinittinn lathe ran of nearly all ailment, an I Hmhtn'n ill cure roaitition. A valualile bonk of knowledge O'ailei free, on rriu-t, by U. k' A lira Co., iM&Cannl Xlr-M. New Vork. HsU's Tatarrh Core la a liq...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 14 June 1894

i "V TA'.'.tii ),Bt.MM,- - r- v "." r- I I Board of Health Ordinance. A 'i oi'Iin.u i" ' I t l ' liinii'U'li 'f Mii'riii-Mirirti (, i hi i.i r ! r- !'.. nl tin 1 1 1 1 li- lli-iillll i 1 " I"'"' ' i l l ' ! ( mi lulltlli till!'' Ills- i , :" I ' ai'Mi' I ti-rpil 1'V tin- Ai t "I 4.' ii.Im i i :-t-l :. IV.: I'. I.. "I ll.' , i . r ii hi l i i . i i:i : ii i.r- I... 'I I 'I. i'. .!! II- .''I "I IIH- IKU'l'Ifll V '.i ii i' !i -'i' r !' i . mi 'I I' is i.. n i; . .11.- . 'in' .:lu.-. - v . ! ! (..!. ' ' ' I."- 1 , I t I ' I il. - I- -I. . ! .1 . .1. I Iii I I I. -. ii . i.i.l-l .. ii .. -. . I f . . I lio rli I i I I In III. -Ii. ill . II.. I till- "MII...II. -( n! I il' lil.tti- III. I : .i i' ..t Ih- I I i . .-s .' - . I.i.i. t imi-i.iI,imKi.:.m!i M. I I. . HI. I ill. M ."I t. I'M. llll'.H- I. I I I.UMIll'' r '. Ml .1. . r -I. -I !! t',.,l II I'll , In . I i , .ill. .11. !i ."I'tir it l.'ll Hi' I'lil- i- . ,i, ii,. i i. i' I: hi "I -Ii. nun !. H i't I ii i. -i in i in; iii.iiiiiiI r ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1894

Co. ConimwHioncrf, THE POST fTHE POST f I pmplin' lenity ft NEWS-rAl't-H.'''"ll l'ooplennct t,v tlie riHipl. II" col umn nrfl hIhv o n for tii lIlMlMIHMloll of topics of. intercut to Its patron. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Tho Post, is in debtod to tho 7er ihl for favors conferred. Tho gold roservo h about !ii.,00),- h i. and tho deficit in increasing ev ery day. There were 712 pupils in tho S 1 diers Orphans' school in this Stato on May 31. J. J. Steiningor ami wife of Hartlo ton were visiting his brothers, Martin and Charles, on Sunday. Lewisburg bicyclists oro preparing to organize n club. A good example for Middleburgh wheelmen to follow. The Globe Mills Sunday School will hold a festival Saturday, June 'Kith at Olobe Mills for tho benefit of tho S. S. Chas. P. Ulrich Esq., and wifo of Selinsgrovo rodo on their wheels to the county seat last Thursday and took tea at Graybill's hotel. Now is tho time to keep an eyo and a shinglo on tho boy who is plugging up an old piece of ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1894

s-ll Wash's v THE BLUEBinD'S SONO, ' It the swaying mountain barelioll Hal It choice. An t co til I shatter the sweet silence With a voice t If A Vlol-t till 1 Its ffSkTMlt Koul hn I fonn 1, An i would treat .in the lovely secret Forth In souud t If Hip summer sky the meaning of a run Would unfold In one cnchau'lu j Hit of tun" ; If a poet lil fl 't fancies, HingM in villi. Would o'crt i';o In one compe'.linf IVr'e.'t strain i If n tover til flrt nr I t. Hi. 1. 1, ti Inn, Won! I r',-i In on? rcve.ilin? T n-lT song : ri"Wi-r nnd "Kf, sky nn I lover, Weil mivlit o.iit ,ir rr.vn a Win-Mr !' fir :it the mi tin Tuin of riptu'". -I'.ill.-rt Iv, in Mpnln tt. THE STRAW-RIDE. r.v rr.vr-r a. yh-m Xl, l,i; ii pack or M 111 l I ' to tl H timt'e nil I've put I t-. sny n'.inut it !" j HKV'I.Kn pnek of I r '14" '"'"n 1'le. i?iU H it- 1 the loi .ic.m .iop ii into the bowl of Lis pipe lis he Hpnke. I'lu n lie opctieil the dour of tlii- hitclii ti Move, dexter oiily traniffrreil a live eonl to the pi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1894

ll ANCIENT HISTORY. Th rhicr ieint kw tiu r th. Itlaa or M. Loala. St- Louis now rlatms a population of 600,000, which, if supported by figures, makes the Missouri metrop olis the fifth In sire of the large cit ies of the United States. St. Louis was founded In the year 3001 K C by a protoplasm who was off his feed and didn't care what he did. Hariri started the place, how ever, he didn't feel like tearing and did not le.ive until he discovered that It was no place for a lire, go-ahead proto and he left, As nothing was ever heard of him afterward, It Is be lieved by eminent authorities that he weot up Into the Ozark hills and kicked himself to death for having boomed ouch a town. About the twentieth century, K C the Into Mr. Chedorlaoiuer made an expedition to St Louis aud up to the day of hist death he regretted it. In his memoirs he says: "Of all the dead. past-due bursts that I ever honored with my presence St. Louis takes the cheese. " Mr. Chedorlaomer was a close obxerver and k...

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. — 21 June 1894

c Sfrt PMrburfa hsl Publinbcil every Thurmlay. Geo VV. WarjMicllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscript ion .$1.50 per year. irtileli in'H' ! puM I" ii'lv'ii'T lx-n m-tit out-M1-- tiuM' mnty.) K AT C S Of ADVERTISING. Ml IntiM-tit nilviTil'u'tnt'titt tit (ttinrvrtw rnnir:. t'"t l.-r 111 Imrifr-I ut tin' r it- of 15 i-t'i,U i- r 1 1 Ti .:i'.h irl"l iii.Mnri"i f'T IW liivr ti.m nixl w.-.-nl-t h t Him- f'r fi-ry KUls-t'iitit u-MTtloll. (i.t & WiitffiiHolliT, I'rop'rs. Thursday, Juno 21, IS!) I. Standing Committeemen. t ,,,, !. .1. Mi.MI-sv.-ir'li. ' V- IVM.'Mlf. li.wvT-lriti Kiti'-y. N.ith.ni I . t.. n. r W.-t -.iii'" H" ' I', Willi mi ll-at.-r. , r, 1. W . lllll" I. K. ll'TL-f. I I n .t,-.l..l. -n- r- A. p..rt.lln.-. IT.nKltn .1. II. i:nt. rllti.'. .l. "'' .1 -I Ml'i-'l' i'. i- M n'lii- , ,. Ml.MM."irvli -I. II- HI.'M'K WHM mil. I VM-II- "" W- A K" ' " (,,,,,. . i. K ititltn.in. c. A. K irl-'Mi Hi. ivtm-lnln r. I t-K-i . r . luo.l M..rr. vrn - II. I . Aii-'.i-'. If1" ll'-y...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1894

School Appropriations. We have nccuro J for the benefit of our reailors a complete list of the Btate appropriations to tlio various school tlirtlricts of Snyilcr County. The utateachool appropriation this year of V00,000 i nn even half million dollars greater than it ever has been, and the warrants now in process of distribution to the 2,:86 districts in the Bixty-sevr n counties will provide means to improvement in education, lengthening of tho Bchool term and incrcuso in facilities of tho niont valuable and far-reaching character. Pennsylvania ranks first in the country iu tho attention and support given to tho public school system. We pl.ico below tho list of appro priations for is'.):) and to show how much more the stale is paying our school districts in comparison to last year. The county will receive 1,8:V2.7 moro this year than last year. Tho list of appropriations follows : Districts KM Adams $W.K Ueaver 2'- JleaverW JIX. iVntro liKts.HU Chapman MIM Franklin 11-H.7U Jackson ...

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. — 21 June 1894

THE MIDDLEBMH POST. GEO. W. WAOESSELl.En, Editor. A.MHVU E. COOlEll. Manager. MiM'trifRHH. 1'A., .IITXK 21. 1 4 It in estimate.! tlmt tiicre nre 1 000,000 lraringr ami ton-Wanna; crancre tree in Flori'l. California in credited with having C, 00,000 tol Arizona nl.otit 1,000,000. Tun three-volume novel is rapMlv going out of fashion in Kuglatul. The circulating- libraries are grestl.r re atrietinjr their or.ler, ami it in le lieveil lr the New York Tribune that single-vcluine rtlitiotin will soon pre Tail thore nit thev do here. I'iirI inh ironmasters are Winning to confess that tho American ore com mencing to compete with tliotu in ail the market of the world, snr Hard ware. Scotch iron tneti note a diminu tion in tho demand for their product, ' and say that the American iron is tli"- placing it. In another direction American exports of pitch pino to Amsterdam aro iiicrensili-:, tlispluciii"; .. . . , tlie lumber from Norway. ...,. , , , , effect July 1, ljr which Jure and atuall as...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1894

DUKE OF WELLINGTON CAREER OF ENGLAND'S GREAT ,' T EST GENERAL, i Tr Victories Won by II I m Conferred .v jonn ol Glory t'pon 111 Coantrr Hon nn Without Measure Wtr Showered t'ion II I m. Nupnteon'i Conqueror. ' The time may perhaps come when, war buinjra thin of tho distant past, the successful general, through whose efforts a country ts victorious over IU enemies, will not receive the applause and praise of men. At present, how ever, we ar3 far from this state, and no man now receives greater honor than he who has led a winning tight. Of m n who In modern times have been Hum distinguished one of tho greatest was Arthur Wcllesley, Duke of Wellington. Certainly he was tho greatest soMier Kngland has ever, pro duced and iie of her finest men. Arthur Wellcslcy was born May 1, ITii'.t, In Ireland. From early life ho was destined for the career of a sol dier an I wns given a military educa tion in France at the College of An mr. In 17" he entered tho English army r.n I. a few years later...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 21 June 1894

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Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 July 1894

T THE POST J IIIL I UUI i fmplmtlnilly n N RWS I'APKH. Ir I he lVopleiunl bv ill ivoplo. In col umn ro alwii.vfton It lli Ul'w'ii'wlon ol liifit of inu'rvnt to Ita patrons. N run ! v tho clifnn. .i I'o. Commissioners. 1 1 94 I .. 1.1 W H J A 'I'l M'l It nut , Yrssp ummrAt.xy wxmm mmm ntisswim&;&::i crx ; ran t i VOL. 31. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA.. JULY 12, 1894. NO. I. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Read S. eis advertisement in this issue, it is iiupoi taut. About a dozen cyclers from Sua- bury spent July 1st iu town. John Bibighaus of Mifilinburg paid a visit to his mother's family on the Sabbath. Special sale of Dress goo Is ut the Central Dry Goods Store, Saturday, July 'J 1st. The news announcing tho death of John YorJy arrived too Into for our last issue. Saturday, July 21st will bo bar gain day at the Coutral Dry Goods Store Solinsgrovo, don't miss it. G. B. M. Arnold, tho cflicient It, R. agent at Adamsburg, visited rel atives in town on Saturday. Uncle Sol" and "Aunt Tud...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 July 1894

RECOMPENSE I eat ft fsM.l In the sc, Thinking that never mors A long m ll'e Is a mrtry 'TwouM conn back to th ihoro, Twin thn she threw my heart away. It sunk Into the oa, But time l roo J, an t y.wferdi 'TwiwkIvpd baek to nn. -Tom Masson, Id New Tork San. Polly WaaWTlagman." riv At.r.r.nT M. HTnoxo. OLLY WARD lin.l a grievance. Tears of angry liHji pointmcnt slo.id iu lirr eyes as she Nat under the low spreading l r n n dies of tho old '! in tree in the f rout v.ird of her pretty liltlo home, anl all this bill been caused liv tin1 big, )rtiail-?tlimil-dered young f llow wh wan now tusk ing hi mv across tlm open prairie to tllO "()" lotlli I house, dinner basket i in ban. I mi l wit '.i tii'- usual roll of overcloth" under his arm. Tin- Urotlicrlioml of r.uilrond Firo mey were t.i v'ivc tin" tir-t dunce of the aonwiii that ni"lit, an 1 Joe (;iirin, the bright, vonn engineer, with whom Polly Imil li-Tii keeping company for over n year, li-id promised to take hur, ninl now, jii'-t n't...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 July 1894

TEST HEWS SUMMARIZED FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. at is Transpiring the World Orer. Important Events Briefly Told. CAPITAL AND LA SOS, nlon dcx'kmtn at Duluth are on a strike. .yal)ianna miners refusctl to accept the t cent. advuncM. 1 1 niixrd. The tube worker divided by ,ro majority to stay out, but the mcclmn workers have decided to go back to WAHlltMOTO. nittors Pavls, of Minnesota, and Oenrge, liMtwIpiil, hve each Introduced a bill to ito boards o( Inhor arbitration. nMor Kyle say he will not call up his IllUflfl tlltrnHltiHi1 Ian VMilr ! tk NtmiM.t V railroad strikers, but will allow It to ain on the tniiln until he decide what iitlon he will take ot It. roftEIU. t -Premier HtBnibulofT. of flulu;iirli, will ndlctoil for ir-niTfil abuse of (tower and ulng rlvnte li'tt.'rs. IvIccb from Ilollvl.t report that T.x-Tm it Arce has born assassinated. His body . horribly niutiluU-d by his murderers. he by-eleetion made necessary by tho ii ion 10 ine iintisii fmoriitr. 01 uvrnnra rid He, son o...

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. — 12 July 1894

5e pfoWmrjfc Host. Published every Thursday. Geo W. Wagensellcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. hlct must be p M In oilviinro when sent out-nid- iii'Mipiuiiy.) TlOr ADVlRTISINO. All IninH.-tit nclv.Ttl-rin.-iiM l;"t "'V1! c"n l-r itn.-'t.c.tiivirl.-l in-wom-i t-.r nrt liiw-r. Ins- Tt lou. Cooper & WiwueelliT, Prop rs. Thursday, July 12, 1891. Standing Committeemen. ,int-.1. J. MM-IIo :irtli. .1. K. Wltt-rnll. il.Miv.-r- IrMti Kin-v. N itlin" K.M-W-. n"- o . r wUt A r... ll-.w .11. William Ih'ut.T. . lliPm,i.i-Mil. M-l.-r. lwvi.1 A- ' - .lurkwiii I. '. KIMiu'l'-r. Win. Martin. VMV...,irrfli-.l. II. HU.WI.K Wllllnml-. K. MKI.li.i-n-.-k-W. A. K.-. I. r. I. r. "!"' M-.iir. i. A. K.oilTmiiti. r. A. i-urt.-miin. Ivini-lrvln K. jni..-iiliiir.-r. Iivl.l Mnyr. 1'i-rrv H. K. Arl-k'ii-l, In In ll-J'T. rrV ";m Iiw M. Afl-Wi-t. 1". It. ;r..yt.lll. M-rlnit-A. M. Anriiul. IH.M-I M..llt-swrt Ii. Viiion- lllriim (umit.y. linvi.i (. stum. V.!"lili."l..i.-Wiii. v." ...

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