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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 12 July 1894

at is Beauty ? "Question of a Blind Man !" I'pplicil Aristotle. But Mrn. Sber- MTi IU81 It la uiunuiim iu r article which opens the inter- ting pages of the July tosmopoli iinnutv is alwava a fascinating ibjoct, and Mrs. Sherwood's dis l88ion is an especially interesting That the July Cosmopolitan U midsummer number is shown L mnnV directions. Three short rU(. "J nvins. including one of sport and - & 1 ... A lwdn.il a l mlna anil i i . ii .... loa .!. I11TI1T. Ill II I.I.Hr. I1IHHH lllf Aci nf pliiirmincr minimer rcndinir. The July Cosmopolitan marks the . , i . it i : . n w nnnnitnpAtiiltlll U'Afi IllllllA UUUH'J " " ' - i - ttiA fia if tVint trincrfi7iniV Al- - 1 Inn lio.l lionn rut to DllP-lmlf 1 1' j " ,f three dollars a year. All sorts of ircdictions have come to bo unful ,lled during the rear it would be mpoHsible to maintain the rest he quality would bo lowered the ; would bo decreased. But even i i 'l n. -a. 1. severe ci liics auiuu iuut nu i-ai-n succeeding number there...

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. — 12 July 1894

IV TEE MlDDLEBURGfl POST. GEO. W. WAOENSELLER, Editor. AilTUCR E. COOPER, Manager. MIDDt.EIilItc.H, 1'A., July 12, Wt, BLOODSHED IN CHICAGO. THE STRIKE STILL GROWING- One Kan Killed and Much Property Being Destroyed. At CM'-sro bullet flow In the stock yard district M dnt-k i'rlday.ainl a big riot wa nar rowly averted. Jut after tho stalled stock train had been taken back nud the regular had departed. Special Agent tirogory, of th Wesvru Indiana mad, at tnit to take HoutN nn engine mi l way fir. At I'l'My-flrst stteot lie wa M"p('d .y an orrturti'd a r. and n mob f several thousand surged aboi.t the tiff iri and at torn) tod t" capture it. Irnwtug his revolver tlregnry, whai was lousing nut of the window, fired tix tune In Mimwimi, Two of tho shot took effect, etie fatally wounding Kd. O Set!, a --Irlkiiig saitolitiiaii, and tho other pushing through tho lumpier of n man, who wo pi.-.-.ly taken away ly friend. The mob .-tm m''iiti to thru r k at tho engine t ut the rnnii nt the thro...

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. — 12 July 1894

EV. DIt. TAMAGE. DAY 8KKMOX. ,-jjpct: "The Ituttle la the l'alace." ffttH I win rn sun s?e mm Deiore i (-"OeneSlS xlv., ?. t,ih hud Ions sines passed the hnndred . . . . . Lr milestone. In those times people were ptlnsuisnea tor longevity, in tne centuries rsrsril persons live! in great age. Galon, .. most celebrated physician of hi time. kik to Hitle of his own medicine that h .rite lv years. A man or uniouitei trtellj on the witness stand la Fnglanl or that he remembered an event IV) years ,fnr. liorj uaeon speais 01 countess do had cut three sets of tenth aud died at u.nnr. Josepn creie, oi i'ennsyivinis. (red 1 O vmrt la 1S5T a book win print 1 tt,ln"ag the names of thlrtv-sven per .ntwhollvet 149 years, nn I tne dih ot vn persons who lirei 130 years. Among ths grand old people ot whom we r record was Jacob, the shepherd ' thi .t. Hut he hud a had lot ot bovs. Thev Lr jenlnn aud ambitious and every way inprlni"ipin". joseprj, nowever, seemed to sn exception, but he hud been gone...

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. — 12 July 1894

STRAY LOGS. Public Notice of logs taken up I'liWlr t...: ' iiv l,,' .I'd-. of '! t '. II of N ( i V .. y.i i-.m Mill K ' I ..it r- i 1 '! II- '. .. I , .. : in r.-.. .;i-n. Unit it ntminer . ri. l.ik'-ii "i;i. lill" limit In; In I lit" IT IT I' I I'' I l.'l'l:!. Ix'tWrcn till' .llll'lllTl. N III'! Ill'1 lit"' "f III'' . linn!, on ' -.1 W mi'! -':l (liivm.f :,M i.i. I ii. -. . 1 1 l-ii. (-ilii r with , f ,l(l. .1.. '.''I-'" I ill III llull'i. at .'I ' ii'mi t i.s il. in ii-r 1 o I '.I. . I :' -...I'!...!. . . ii ;t . I iw-l.i.- (mitred III ... a ... v . - iH-ri nil- r. n'lttvil . ! . i;. . ill'l t il H I I llf'lll I. ...., p.,-.. r I I n !: . ill lii r Ml ii'"- iiiv liniiil. ;il n .,ii:i siiwl.-: i " . r.i. M. I'. AliNOI.I). f . 1 I iv ii-iilji i. I Iil'in. . V i. 'i in v., I III ,! r..if Tn I .1 .l--l t.ikfll IIP ''V - n... i . In r.ii i. rll lfim ami rcl'letitie I ' -II . I 1,1 .fl t.m ll-.lll. MUlliTI 'l., .: .'i .Mi. I i l il.u ft M iv. A ll. ; ..I I iiMii. Mifil r In.. I'.i.. li...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1894

4 "r T HE POST THE POST d 5U Y I of the We ive, ut8. re o . plmii.' .lly n NEWS K (Mril)" ItojiIpbiiiI r I'tvfM. IU nil. ,p' nlwnvs nn fur nvlnn nf topics ol ,t to llx patrons. OL. 31. CMS of LOO AL INTEREST you hour tho score ? r?nsfr At present is not boasting population. 0 franklin Roller Mill has boon 4ically lettered. o Post at $l.r0 a year in cheaper 1 wheat at M cents a bushel. Mid S. Weis' advertisement in issue, it in important. v fortunate it is for mankind the farmer never striifc iss Lillian Stetler accompanied father to Lewistown Saturday. m. Smith of the City Hotel, Imry was in town on Tuesday. viu Eichman of Goldsboro call t tho Post office on Monday. to bicycle racers passed through ni on Monday before dinner. porta from museum circles say the petrified men are hard up. ecial uale of Dress goods nt the ;ral Dry Goods Store, Saturday, 21st. ere .is no promise in tho Bible be man who wants to eat bread out earning it. e New ton Hamilton Camp- meet- Jot nil begin on Aug...

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. — 19 July 1894

WHAT ON2 COY THINKS. A itlth la alwaiadrn. jiliirf In tbo rUitlng knttttn.:. . Ao'l tlie n ell- tliat I tlroa-lfd. uo, Ton to il In 1 1 mint to 'lir ; AnJ 1 Inintr-I for Mm niaci till I thoucht mv lio'l w ni'll'iiim. VS'lii n thorn iii-on her lureli-sil si calm Mocka llicy lay. I'irt-ltn 1 1 it till I ai b iarm, the I'iiuuU n J th r t'itl , Wbn th otlirr lya nerel.irnlng tarl.arnli Hon tn tft ; . An.l I vt. ataM ami l-rrvl hit varans whan I I rir.l h't willow wliltlm. An I I uta d niul tail uir cliaj'trr will Or to I o b uir tret. Anil l'eliai to alk I (-Hide tier n ilia went ti ri.lnu in l Init. V lin t nautt-d to b raclnj. to I kl king, to I nit. , Anl 1 va aaitr-l wlilla alie gavo tba folk a wcrtl or tan of urri'ttim, lirt on on- fiK.t niul tlio otbt-r, aud 'inot atraiil' "lib aioutib. 'You ran talk of Young America." I Bay, "till ymi air 'nrltit, It n lil Aim r lea tbat bat tho InaMe of th trnrkl" . ,, 7beri ulir rapa me ltb tier thltiihle auJ calla mo a Y'.iiuk varUt ; And riia...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1894

Ill J coaJ re' nil lien lizt: irud kit tod, tl. IkrJ t ribJ Indian Mf lo Explained. Ir.coloua as the feati performed jniiua JUKB1C appear vo ta ,r. there Is no doubt tbtt the ,11 be reasonably explained. The fpnearance of a liTlng bclon from ket In place where trap-doors, ,-)el eziu or conusion were ior die, seems Inexplicable; yet the ,,f. auite by acclderrf, detected ,ar In which this trick Is done. itct steppea at Aiaurasooio me . ii i ..i . i -. . or a ieuiDKuisr mau wrieuian ijDTi steamer, ana oaerea toe assembled, who were loung about hiRhly bored by the old hod of coaling, If they would tib ia to show tb An something bet- hao common Juggling. The col oo, or course, was rortncomiig Qce; ne ciearea a space on toe god tola nis wire to ne down, roung woman, who may have hd oeren stone, but more prob Ix. lay down, and her husband j over her a shallow, flat basket, i handle at the back, exactly ibllDg the baskets used for Teg- It in East Anglla, and called a Then, with a light and ...

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. — 19 July 1894

Published every Thursday. Geo. W Wagcnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscript ion $1.50 per year. which mint ho pnM In wlvnnoo when acnt out nl.lt. tmiiiiy.) ATIS Of AOVtRTISINO. All tr ifi-."tif nlviTtlicmTiM not nthcrwl coiitr u iiMi f.ir ill Ih i iinryri-'l nt Hip run-if 11 ,-'M r ll'i-M'i"iiP rt-l tni'imwri'l fur tlrM lnwr turn awl in Cfiits xt line for every RUlweqwDt in -ninn. Hooper V WiiKPtiMilleT, 1'rop'r. Thursday, July 1!, 1891. Standing Committeemen. itaml. .J. M1.1.l"!-!irth. .1. K. FiUcpilf. Iumvit Irvln KliH-v. N.itlmn fiw. Ih-Nt'T V.'!1 AiikmIIiiwi-II. Wlllliilii Heivler. I 'CHIP' J. W. Mlllliwl. '. K. It'Tlfi'. hiriipn .l"hn "M'lliT. Havitl A. I'ortllnn. Kriikllii-.l. II. Knt.Tlliii'. .1. II. Ilnlltf. .I.K'kfin-J. v. hliinflt-r. Win. M;irilii. MM'llfinifvh '. H. HIwmkK William K. hWi Mirtil'n'.k-W. A. Kt'lT. 1. V. Kw. Vnnnx' i. A. KiiiifTmiin. t'. A. Kurleniiin. etui mm F. ljuci.i'i!iifr. lvM Moycr. ..rrv-ll. F. Arrii:iii. Irvln llnvi r. ivrrv W.xt-( M. ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 19 July 1894

Krom the nc'lcfonte (liir.i'tte. Brief Fum Hawsa Barrick. Li ever Kernel Harder. 1 I)e boyet i nbunt widiler faiby, una but Rhier nemontVs ous-R'furjnft F.a wore ols en promte blcBseer vohra tzu-rick un de boyet wore ols en recbte frollick wilo from my leit uffde boweri coorua win un ruer but pn cbance K'bot far tnii ebber sbunHbt tsu ecbwctzn on-shtadts do rile un uxa. Dob sin oln de leit by pooma uiit era senna ua hid dorriob der dick gbo gabawda ob ch en roc li ter lusbt wore. Un wos karyoao gocha huts ducb ols govva. Unieh tin trroHHa sbodda bawni crni cud fum fold but de tdititz g'Hhtonna un won nier def deckel ufT g'luaucbed but in do boynbreck nei ga-juuipcd os won ho aw drinka wetta. Nairn draw unich ma wiHhly boy wore de buddle niit em goota oldta droni. Un wos wore sell aw drom ! Whew ! s wore fum shtuft os em in do hi gonga is un but em nhtierrick gcvva, un kens fun dem forty-rod rodda- cift wos em olla-wilo do kIioc-hoIii ob-brendt un do tzien-neggcl ob reiscd os wo en g...

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 July 1894

THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. CEO. W. WAGESSELLER, Editor. AJITHCR E. COOrER, Manager. Mini'i.Kin icii. pa.. July '. i"'1. There are, in round numbers, esti mates tlio WorM, 1,000.00k) i-omrou-ters itr week who riile into New York Citj for business purposes and" return to their homos in tha evening. Trofcssor ft aid, of lk-rlin, pointed out in a recent lecture that nervous diseases are extremely common among female telegraph operators, and gave Lis opinion that such vruployment is bot suited to women. The French Government recently imported a tux on hiejele?, which has been found to prove a very profitable source of revenue, as a craze for cy cling appear to linvo taken Franco by etorin. Tho ocean record between New York and yueennt'iwu ha been cut down to a senut hour over live and one-half days. The Lucania, of the. Canard Line, han pared lT tliirtceu minuter from the previoiiM best time, "but," remarks the Sun Francisco Chronicle, "it will probably require Home new device in giving power...

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 July 1894

A SERMON ON THE SCOFFER.' DR- TALMAGE TALKS ON THE Xodarn Tendency to Deride Relbjton A Warning to the Irreverent Tif i "Then win our month flllM with lsnghter." rsslm cuvl.. "He Hint alt tth In the heavens shall laugh." Psalm U.. 4. Thirty-eight times does the Bihto make reference to this ootid juration of the fea tures end quick expulsion of brenth whloh we cell laughter. Hometlmee ft Is born of the sunshine and sometimes the midnight, flometlmcs It (lire the sympathy of enrU end sometimes the enohlnnatlon of devils. All healthy people Uugb. Whether It pleases the Lord or displease Rim, thnt de pends upon when we langh end at whet we Isugh. My theme to-day U the laughter of the Bible namely. Rarah's laugh, or thnt of skepticism i David laugh, or thnt of spirit ual exultation i the fool's laugh, or that of sinful merriment i Ood's laugh, or that of Infinite condmnMlon i heaven's laugh, or tbnt of et)rnnl triumph. Heene. an oriental tent. The occupants, eld Abraham and Sarah, perhap...

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 July 1894

r To te Atlantic Coast and Return at $10 the RcKinJ Trip. On July -V.th r.-t tho Pennsyl II lih ou t Company will run nnntlicr of its poinil.tr Hiaslioro ex-cLisinn-'. 'L'li m' tups arc pluuiiwl -s pr.rp f fit rrussh- t , mil' il ppni't unity for j tint ' an his month' vacation at Sunny Side, Ma...Cban. P. Ulfich, Esq., has torn away the old ahoemaker shop to make room for his new and hand some residence.... A. II. Felix of LfwiHtown, was in town on Satur day Otto J. Sfolaus, Oeu. Agent for the New York Life Iusuranee Company was here last week and rout racted with Win. G. VonNoidii , t r.'. r Tt.r tirl. 1 V t wo w -1. r 7 I H ll". il"-t pfi' Cot Mi.v. : i I) il the ij , I to represent that reliable firm in ilHoi'tlieAtlautif Coast. ; .init of a stay of near and a elioice of ilestin- .wed- Admtic City, the i.ir resort in America, .ipropri:itely called the .. C i-t. Sea I Ac City, i the Coast, and Ocean City, 1 .is: li :t !y i.o means the least attractive f the place. Hp. f : :1 .l: ...

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 July 1894

! I 4 r J rf TTb fl ML W m WMwtfWi post Jfr.rCi' I JL'jzTi:- nTTl nrs linLv i', a it wears n. (,. iiar." tlllL t 7 ft- y7 I I C.I '" ."nfl I V Anduever mil. hi'" THE POST H emphatically a NKWH FAT KIM1"'11"' l'mjileaiid by tlio I'pnplis po1' timn lire always open let" tin1 dlvnsitloti ff topics of Interest to IU patrons. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Tlio polos for the now telophono have already bocn put up. A coratt in notLing uioio thim a waist basket without uuy poetry in it. Mrs. J. Hall App (1100 (lift) of Shippciibburg i visiting friends here. H. O. Schwarz of llnrrisbarg was a couuty nout visitor last Thurs day. Theodore Walter of Akron, 0., has been enjoying the hospitality of friends here. The member of the V. B. Church celebrated the Lord's Supper on Sabbath evening. Miss Olive Iieuninger has gone to Centre county to spend boiuo time with friends. The bank building is gradually going up. The brick wall is now about a story and a half high. As to a water famine, while wa...

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 July 1894

t - THE MIDBLEEDRGH POST. GEO. W. WAGENSELLEIl, Editor. ARTHUR E, COOrEIt, Manager. MIDDI.r.EUIlGIl, PA., July 10, in. Home one has: compute 1 that tliera nro marly 73,000,000 dogs in the X'nito.l State. If this is bo, the New York Trilnitio feels it is within bounds to sar that half tho nti::ilicr ol dogs coull lo the work. The average nnmber of persons to a family in this country has stealily decreased since 1850. At Hint census there were 5.55 persons to each family; now thero nro 4.91. Tbo greatest deereaso bw boon in Maine, from 0.C4 to 4.1 . There was great joy among tho vege tarian in Hermany last yenr over tho foot that a vegetarian won tho annnal walking match from lierlin to Fried richsrnhe. Tho eann vegetarian pedestrian was in tho race this yonr, and it was generally expected that ho woul 1 win tho ma teli again. Hut ho was badly beaten lv a "incat-eator." Jr. nicl, of U rlin, speaking to an assembly of medical nicii, recently, ou school hygiene, reeoinmendo 1, among oth...

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 July 1894

BUDGET OF FUN. nvsionors skktchks from VAUIOL'S SOl'RCKS. On the ria. The Chtrrru! Idiot Iieporteil Conversations Th Characterization Diag nosis, Ktc, Ktc. Bh sit on the steps nt thu cronlntj tld, Eujnvlns the h-ilnny ai". H cimn nnl asked "May I i'.t at your side'.'" And she (tavo him vacant it.ilr. IiE?0tTED COXVF.r.SATIONS. "Do ,tou like me?" asked the key hole. "I have n follow feeling for you," replio 1 the key. Puck. POOR. Irate Fathor "When I lio I shall leave yon without a penny." Calm Son "Certainly. You can't take tuonoy along you know. " Truth. MAON03H. ILis that homo a poJigroe?" asked the tourist. "Nope," rcpliodtbe farmer; "noth in' but the hoaves." Washington Star. not to be Bmrnvrn. Brings 'Marnier aeema to be very happy in his newly married life." Uriairs "He ouclit to be. All of his wedding presents were Riven him by people already married." Judge. TEE CtlKKKFVti IDIOT. "Where have you been?" asked the cheerfnl idiot. "Been holding nn inquest," replied the coroner....

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 July 1894

Publisboil every Thursday. Geo- W. Wagenseller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per year. which mint be n-itd In ndvnnr when wot outr Mill-the county.) RATI S Or ADVIRTISINO. All trnnslfiit mlvi-rtiaornonU tint otherwise coiil rdcto.l fur w ill ho rhiiruwl at tilt1 rate of 15 cuts T lliif (n iipurt"l nir-iiniiv) lur tint Inwr !on nnd in cent r line fur every aubwinirnt Inwrtlim. Cooper ii Wagcnieeller, l'rop'r. Thursday, July 20, 1891. Standing Committeemen. .V!Hm-J. .1. Mlddlrttwartli. 4. K. Hi'tlerolf. lifiivrr-lntn Klm-v. Nuihiin Kh--. iKi-r Writ Aiinwll'iwfll. Wlllliini HiMtiT. renin- .1. w. Mump,-!, c. K. IfcTiM'. t'lmptnun-.l'itin t.'llrr. lMvtil A. I'lM-trHlie. Krjinkllti I. I. KhTtIIih. .1. II. 1 ! Itc. Jitrkmn .1. ('. KIlrik'WT. Win. vurttn. Vi..l'li!inrh-.l. II. ItlmnK Wllllntn P ito. VliMlivnik-W. A. K''li r. I. V. !" M,inrm (I. A. K.iiifTinnn. '. A. Kuril-Minn. 1 n In-lii K. Liiiii'iiluc'r. lmM Murr. IVrrv-ll. F. ArlnirfnM, lrln Hover. Jvrrv S'eit-( t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 July 1894

L ? t ryloodsta 5 of Selinsgrove, Pa., . I fi A Will WITH 711 ttiirai a. t i F 3 " : r a t I. 7. DUb. as)-' i i ? V HP A From tho Munch nmnit Democrat. Brief Fun Schliffeltown. Mister DnooKtn : GeHuter we ich in dcr sbtodt wor un bin araobl in terJuseJ warm tzu tinea fun tie heml mcnner fun tier labor union. Ea wor ona BloUnr8, tin we ar oua g'fuona but os ich dcr same Pit Scbwcffelbrenncr bin oa ols do deitslia breefa abreibt, hut ar pro pOBcd oa mere now amobl ebbea nemraa mitnonner on dor bar, un icb wor'a agreed no channa lust mer net shliri"- Dn hut Rr mich in de nava ebtoob gnnummn, un mer ben una onna g'hucked on en dish un ar but tzwrc (-lesser beer ga-otl-ered, un don but ar proposed oa icb browcora set en labor union tzu or ganisa dob in ScLliffeltown, un won won icb du don vet ar micb es in aurft oa icb do -miking delegate of fice maucba kenl we gor nix, un os Belly bully goot hatzawlt, un os mer wcitera nix tzqdo hut os yusbt oua gooka oa de coumona membera era dues uffr...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 26 July 1894

WItL. Yon will be, what you wilt to be Let fal.tim (In Its falsi content In tbnt poor word "environment," Hut spirit scorns Rn'1 ,'rep' It masters time, It conquers space, It row that tnstful trickster chance. And I lls the tyrant Clreunstsnen Cuerowii (in I nil n servant's plain Thn human Will, that forv unseen Th off-prlng of n.!cathls Soul din hew tho wny to any gnt, Tt.oug'i waMaof griiiito lnt-rvoa T not Impatient In delay, T. it wait as nan w'io un lersianls When spirit rses nnd command-, Tl;e ko.Is are rea ly to oljcy. Tii" river seeking for the sen, Cn'ruta the da:n nn 1 precipice, V t liniv's It 'anno; fail ..rmiss V"U will wli.it yon will to I'". Ll a W. Wii.-oi, in Yuma's Cjuipanlon. A HEROINE, Kitlv, lie niro tln i tul- dlllg gocS OViT to boil at four iiVlock, n u d keep nn rye to tlio r.n-t inert, for tlio I)v.'.nii loii't 1 1 l.o it A,' I W ' 'J-'". I'll bo sure nnd T rue tn In r, '-"14 ' f -ai 1 KittvClif- ford, curtsey- iDfr r. ttily. "An. I Kate," eaid iVacon O.-prc...

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 July 1894

r L S frr, I anl. lean Tho aurch e iiotogra rettoj The Nutn the nee. It ! rrobaUo that ninety-nine out of every luu fanner in lliis country havo the habit of shell inn oft the up. parcntly defective araioaot tbo butts tod nubs of their scud corn, and tlatliiil only tho full shaped (r;ulns from the middle of the cur. 1 ill re centiy this p actlco has ne-cr tcea questioned hut actual experiments umetinics reveals errors In our most cherished traditions and customs, and so it may bo la the selection of corn to plauu An Intelligent writer in the American Cultivator has an "Agricultural Hem" that saves tbo nubs and butts of the ears that tor a couple of centuries bavo licen cast aside as no Rood. "Most farmers, la selecting their seed corn," say the writer, "break oil the tip ends of the ears, especially those where the I trains are either Imperfect or mal ) formed. It Is probably true that j corn from the trupo.tectly developed tips cannot produce strong, vigorous ! plants. Jlui there a...

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 July 1894

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