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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1894

U emphat lenity n I5E A'S PArK,f"rlln'l,f'in -and bv the 'eoplp. li t col umn urn nlwny on fr tllP lllHMI-WlnH Of (l Interest to lta patron. Iriin hyllii-cilllnrn, t' I, imi mi "(iri-nii." It wiirMio'Tnllur." - It iii'u rcl.xliri ii hiiImo 191 Ami ui'vi-f - - .iuLCV. ' OS de; MIDDLEBTJltGH. VOL. 31. i SNYDER CO.. PA., AUGUST !, 181)4. NO. 30. ITEMS of LOO AL INTEREST This is tux week fur Middluburgh. MeChiro's big picnic will tako placo Aug. lstli. Mis Mollio Ubmpent the latter part of lust week in Adamsburg. Joseph Kuuklc, of Bollofonto, in clerking for Ituuklo & Walter. A number of our young poole! nre attending Normal school at Beaver town. Burns Smith has just returned from ii visit to relatives in Potts, ville. Mrs. Surah Folk has been sufl'er iug very intensely from a serious illness. Miss Margaret Holt, of Lewis town, paiil a visit to friends in Swineford. Miss Mary Clark, of Altoouu, is visiting Qeo. Erhart's family in Swinefonl. Misses Mollie nml Kato Bolendor started 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. — 2 August 1894

THE MIDDLEBDRGH POST. GEO. W. WAGENSF.LLER, Editor. AETHCR E, COOTER, Manager. Mlddlcburgh. Til.. August 2. Statistic prove thnt nenrlr .two thirds of nil the letter carrioil liy the postal irrtice of the worM aro written, cot to ami real ly English-sneaking people. In Fiji, which in in:i5 wa ft heathen lanJ, there in a circuit which ha nix teen minister, 310 local preacher nil npward of 7000 member, with 27,000 adherent. Of the minister all bnt ono are native. The year 1S19 was une of "notablo birth," bringing into the world" ouch celebrities a Queen Victoria, John Ruftkiu, Walt Whitman, Charle Kingslcr, Julia Ward Howe, J. G. Holland anil Cvru W. Fiil.1. During the year ending Jnno 30 there were 290 passenger on all the railroad in the United Htate killed, a decrease of ecveuty-aevoa from the previou year. The total of 290 in cludes the victim of collision in which crowded World' Fair train were involved. The total number of passenger carried during the year WM5'.KI,5fl),fll2. It ...

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. — 2 August 1894

WHAT WOMEN WEAR STYLES AND NOTIONS IX FEMI NINE APPAREL. A Charming Cotton Gown for Summer Wear Dress for Girl of r Ifteen Trim Blose Waists. THE two-column cnt nicely il Instrates about the simplest rind the prettiest style for (t making cotton gowns that haa been taken np this snmmer. The bodice haa a blouse front effect. The top has a collar of folds, with a rosette on the right side. There is a brotello effect with butterfly bows on the shoul ders. The ceutre of the bodice is fall A CHAKMINO and the sides are plain. A belt of folds with a rosette finishes the waist, below which two long bands of ribbou trimming descend to the hem of the eeveu-gorcd skirt. The sleeves of the bodice aro of the large leg-o' mutton ize, with close wrists. The skirt hnugs very gracefully and has un organ-pleated back. The ef fect of the bauds of ribbon shown in our picture, terminating in large bnt' terdy bows, is very novel and pretty. The skirt is made wide at the hem by the large pleat at the back...

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. — 2 August 1894

t r nn.K lmcrd inurf.uAJiw,u.i.0. -x - F FuUinlieu very Thursday. Geo. W. Waoenseller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. which tntut b paid In .dvneo whon aent out Mile the county.) ATI or ADVIKTISINO. All triml-nt advert foment" " CoY,tr,u'te.t f .r will hcrlmnrort t ' "'.'l c.nti per lit..- (tionparlel measur. ) JoM 1f" '". , tion n.l weenie per line Mr every avihseqiu nl Insertion. Cooper i WagetiHetler, Prop r. Thursday, Aug. I89 Standing Committeemen. vtam-t. .1. "''','V1,v,;:l,.'u,','lr iii-avrr-lrvln Klii'-v. Nathan Y ' , i'imr .t. W. hitliipat'l. '. ,,'TK'''. ., :n IVUtl-lnlll K. IjllldeliMittpT. lMVhl M" lalon- lllnitn liuiiil'.v Hi M o. i hi-Wi.lillik'l"li-i"-'- llHHIMi. I'I'IIU' r.i"r, V. M. AltHoUAsT.charlituin. "'"" "';, , A. M. Al HAM), l'rliiir. Republican Ticket. XTATK. Knr ooveriior, (iKNKI! l. PANIKI. II. ll.TINl'S, Ol ( 'outre 'utility. K.tr l.leiiteiiani.iiiverii'ir, W ALT Kit I.Y"N. uf AUi-k'tiiTiy i utility. 1'i.r .Mi'li'.T i'-ti' r...

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. — 2 August 1894

Ml WIT Ml 9 Selinsgrove, Pa., ienirallryiooMtore is Cs From tlie Maurli chunk Domorrnt. Brief Fun Schliffeltown. . Misteu Duookcr : Weil ich nw en member bin fun ilor prone Venn Hjlvania Deitsh Society bin ich om letsht Frutuwsr nw noch Mount Gretna gonna fur Jo meeting tcmln, un, do connht Jenkn, ich hob mich aw yusht about goot enjoyed. Ao uing hov ich fnrfailod. We ich ilort aw galnnd bin hob ich broweert far ous linna wo mcr es bcslit wartz- house finna con, un ich hob'tt aw g'funna, awcr km drubba con tuer Ulart kreca far ame uf tuna won mcr n wennich nlnnartza im loib hut insure, cs is en gabei dart uff en ort 08 wo en hotel, awcr yusht fur de customers tzu foedera un nell is oil recbt un ich hob aw my satisfac tion Ra-nummiu Ho hen so eu ga- drookt bobbeer g'hot un dart hut mer ollas linna konna wos so pre pared hen far en middawg essn. Ks nrsht ding on ich uff der lihhg'funna hob wor kolbs-kup soup, un euivvcr rous politer shwartzer ding hut mer en dellorly ful gabrucht. Es ...

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. — 2 August 1894

J. A fSONO OP LOVE, I was m roor a tho poorest, dear, n 1 the world It passed ma by i Cut not thst day whim you rim tnjr way, with the love-light la your eye. Ant not thst dny when ttio f rue rant May bent over the world bcr sky I t was as loon as the loneliest, lore, with never a droaro of bliss j Out not that day when you passed my way and leaned to my thankful kl! Kay! not Uiat day, while my Hp cs.ns.iyi "There was never a Joy like tbls 1 Dear, It Is something to know this love lot the shlea be black or bluo i It Is something to know that yon lorn ma so the tender, the sweet, the true I And my heart will boat (or that love, my sweet, till Idroainlnthedust wilhyou. F. V. Stanton, In A'.lnnta Constitution. AN ECCENTRIC LADY. lit ntl.KN FollltK.ST Of. AVE). ESSIE SPAHKLE J. : i lm.l seen better days. It was not until her eyes be gan to fiiil her with such ominous ran- TM s- 1 i'litv that the doc l' is ,"r(l ,m,, hvT k'ftT0 yV7iZ' ,A typewriter and 4wV ftonoKrajdier and H. X tie Vote...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1894

( HOW CHILDRENTjUARREU Tb Cam of Drag Orrrhtard In ta'.an Tompkln Kqnar. On one of the irats four little cirls were obserfod the other day Indulg. Inir In the feminine masculine, also propensity for quarreling. Tno tnost nelf-assortlve of the irroup was a diroinutlte damsel whoee head was adorned with a hat of monstrous red plumage. Sarcastic comments on her part had evident! IrrltateJ her companions: 'he' a sassy thin, Sally. I wouldn't speak to her no more," ob erred a young mlMon the right The sarcastic damsel sniffed, but said noth I wr. 'Don't let's 'soclate with her do note," remarked a second. The three little girls arose, and the third one had her say. "You ran Just keep away from our party. Mary Biurn," he said. "We aln t a-soin' ter look or speak to you no looser." The self-assertlre maiden In the monstrous bat traced contemptuously upon her whilom companions as they marched away. Che shrugged her shoulders complacently. "Huh! Iere Is odders." she observed, with a world of...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 2 August 1894

To the Atlantic Coast an J Return at $10 the Rounl Tr.i On Aiuiwt Ith next the l'eiinvl. Tiu.i.i UiilMi I Cuiupauy will ruu ftuctlio" of it p ijv.il.ir s"fsliire -s-cm fit in. Tii"'1 ui s lire pliiinitvl lor lii- o;n - i.;:ri-;s of fiiniiii- in.: an i-oik i.i i':tl )rt uiiity for i 11 in Wet-tern l' nnsxlvu- i. ir. . f in' V. vi .-.in.- if tlii' in ineijuil .i-t- of tin' Atlmtic '- p .-mrl of a hIhv i wi"'!.-, mi'l i choico of is !iI1dvi' I Atlantic ol in- wlv 1 -. (1 1-1 lit I C'.ty, ill Ami rif i !u i p j 1 1 1 1 . i res ti t in (' r.i' M -iy, app; "I'li iti lv cil! 1 t:: ' i-fii -f th" C n-t, Sen l-le City, tli'! ni .if tin- Cunt, iin-l ()'"iii l.'iiy, li-t 1 il ly no liie uis tiie lc-i! uttl active of the l;ic Sp:-.'i .! !i-iin vv,',! h'iv I'itt-lmi-j, on uli in -:iti :i 1 .1 ,' tit : A. M., !inivin' at All n i I J.-". V. M.. uliere stop fur .I.-im r ui',! In- in 1 1-, and r".i.-li;ii r I'inl i l. !-!.i i 7:'."i l. M. I'nssenri -i c in . n.l tin- i,L'!it in I'lii! rl. Ip!i:.i. m...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1894

... ! I- THE POST THE POST , emphMlonlly NKWS A I'Klt. fn " Pi'oplennd v tiio rwpi"'- ""' nllliro Blwiysii'ii tr ,. ,m'MSlon (if topics of j'trivsl to Ita piitrons. H run t.v Hie ilitorN. II l ll"1 llll "O'VHII. " I I .Ml v u.i") . 1 1 . i f. ' ii h'i.-i -ii...i in i Hum- i ml :i.",i r ..il mil , Mil' ..i i,m inn n.:,n u jeii IVOL. 31. MIDDLEBUltGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST X 1894. no. ;d. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Wheat, 50 cents. Tlio market has gono Democratic. A new school building will bo erected in Frocburg next year. A. S. Pawling of Lcwisbui g called on relatives in town lust week. John Sassamau uiul his son Will mm spent Sunday at Seliusgrove. S. J. Pawling, Selinsgrove's young attorney, was iu town lust Thursday. Geo. II. Stoiningcr ft ml wife spent Sunday at Froeburg witli relatives. O. W. Wostfall is tho new Revo- nue Storekeeper at Mark's distilery Miss Laura Zimmerman of Mif- tlinburg is visiting at G. C. Gutelius' The Sunday schools of Mifflin- burg will picnic Friday at...

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. — 9 August 1894

THE MIDJLEBURGH POST. CEO. W. WAGEXSELLEn, Editor. ininvn e, coorER, Uhm, Middlchurgh, l a., Aug'it !. l'i. I'resiilent Kliot alvisestlio student, of Harvard to apportion their time nil follows: Study, ten liotir, sleep, eight hour; exercise, two hours; so ciety, ono Lour, and tucnls, three Lours. The Massachusetts State Hoard of Ilenitii hit just issue 1 a circular which it is hoped will aid in tiie suppres sion of consumption. It pliice. the the ann:il deaths in t'ue State frjtn it at Bturlv fitMW. It is the opinion of the New Tork Journal of Commerce, after a careful investigation, that coal gas in the larger Eastern cities can lie made at a rolit with a price to consumers fixed as low as seventy-live cents a thousand fett. Mississippi m the groat tomato ship Iing State of the South. Not tmly does she furnish this vogetalile t j St. Louis, Cincinnati and Chicago, but Mississippi tomatoes rj on sale in I'hiludclphia, New York, and even in Ilostoti and the towns of Now Mid land. Th...

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. — 9 August 1894

DAINTY AND NEW. THE LATKST NOTIONS IX FEMI NIXK AITAKKL. Hat of the Hoar Stvr rrflsoll and Their Odd Handles-Ait Inexpensive nut Pretty Sofa Cushion. THE English walking hat is the hut of the hour. This season's shapes are almost universally w beoomiug. The very latent English novelty has a broad brira which curls but slightly at tho sides. The rather high crown shows a Jwp dent in the centre. These hats come in both coarse and fine straw in shades of brown, dark blue, black, white and butter color. When trimmed simply with a band of ribbon they sell for 81.3'J. rerhaps the walking hat which ia considered the most chio at present is in thii shape, with the broad brira ia black and the crown bt butter color. This is trimmed with a wiiie band on TttK NEW HNOLISfl WALXrSO HAT. black moire ribbon and a bunch of black feathers at the aide. Ilats of bine straw with, a whitecrown are also much the vogue For the woman whoso faco does not require a broad brimmed hat there are DAIXTY jaunty w...

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. — 9 August 1894

7 a Tl; to in ated tilO c US 14 wbic , BUOV : ..133 WO 0 lias ( was picui Our with ainul Loini SJk $itoUburgi Josh Published" every Thursday. Geo. W. Wagensellcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per year. which tnint Im rnM In ndvnnro when sent out niil tho county.) RATIS OF AOVIRTI8INO. All trunl"tit. RilviTtlscmcnM not nthr-rwlw cotitrwi.-'l for will lw i-lmrtfiMl nt tlii. ni'n( m jenl h t llni'in)timrli'l infiimirf) for flint Itm-r-Mon ntul loii-nta HT line for every suusoim-tit Inavrtlon. Cooper & Wiigencoller, l'rop'rs. Tliurndiiy, Aug. '.), 1891. Standing Committeemen. .lainl. .1. MIMli'wnrtli. .1. K. VVItorolf. lw-av.-r-lrvln Klni-y. Nullum Ki iw. Homer V.-t Annw Unwell. Wllll.ilil llonter. IVIItn .1. W. .lllt.l. C. K. Herjre. rlmruimn lolm ller. lmvld A. I'ort.llne. KrHllkllnl. II, Kllterllll". .1. II. IW.llrf . j, k.n 1. i:. KUiiifl.T. Win. Miirlln. Xl.l.llelmrvrli 1. II. HIi'Mi'K William t. K-ckc. MhlilKvreek-W. A. Ke. li r. I. F. How. Molina- t. A....

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. — 9 August 1894

1 ' 4 ADAMSBURG. opprvlKoi Win. W codling hastak 0t the tstone brtdift at Allen th'',ore ant ,fp'acea' " with ft ,olDonf. lie fi,rH' r Anion m. Muitn was ,,lv attended. The Maona of Llntown ntid I. ). . F. performed ir luiprenslve ceremonies at trie ye. I,e jiiciilo on Saturday was not so L.py nttemieu, mu excellent ai !Pg were nituie by uov. w. it. unntl Prof. C. W. Hermann. The uiftburir band furnlnhed excellent Ic. The hand Is making rapid etty Smith has gone to Milton to ,kI a few week with mend. rt. I. A. Fryberger of Maitland, L vMtlng friend In town. ;,ere will be ft re-unlon or tne iFellowsof Juniata, MIITlin, Un- anJ Snyder counties on Saturday, tember 8th, In Markley's grove. SELINSGROVE. f Carrie M. Hendricks U visiting lmiiiokln. im Minnie How is spending some at DeAvertown. . (. iVonNeldft tpent Sunday In .ictown. hh Minnie Schoch returned from iton county on Saturday. Ir. C. B. North and Son are spend few davs at the Seashore, At Ic City. ork has begun on the creek Ige...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1894

NOW AND THEN. Oh, now and tliu then mh a day Wh-n nil onr skies sro 1 -ight, An I nil of life's appointed way U bathed In golden light , When roses hide no thorn beneitB , When love Iim no alloy An 1 itephyr full of perfume breatho From out tho hills of Joy. Tim present It a dieting thlni; The put will live for aye, Ami all It store of pleasures bring Forever and a day. Anil softer shall the echoes come From time's rece ling shore E '-li will itln.111 n pleasure fro The dsys thnt nro no more. Oh. memories of such, awake An.l glad thi- weary Now : A wreath of recollections make To crown the dreamer brow. Oil. silent voice and Vlllishel ImQ !, Uring ftnflt the goldcu sheaves The rippln of the waters an I The laughter of the loiv-s. -N.xsn Waterman, In Chlc.igo Journal. SEVEN DAYS! IIY KATK 1TTVAM OS'IOOP. T was Lot day in early summer. The t i tl of mountain travel i-r. .-y vc l n r r t up scasou. 3Wfl nl"1 Nnm CM- & tl u i( piiaseuKcr iu t'uo nitisly old Htart much which ha 1 joi...

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. — 9 August 1894

: .. NOW AND THEN. Oh, now and tlin then eo-ne a day Whm nil our skies are I -ight, An 1 All of Ufa's nppolntn 1 way Is bnthed In golden light , When roses hide no thorn beneith , When love has no alloy i Anl Rophyr. full of pcr'time brent ho From out the hills of Joy. The present Is a flwtlng thing The pt will llv for aye, And all Its store of pleasures tiring Forever and a day. Anil softer slwill th echoes coins From time's receding shore; Etch will glean a pleasure fro Tho Jys that are no mor. Oh. memories of such, awake And glad tlio weary Now t A wreath of recollections make To crown the dreamer s lirow. Oh. silent voice nu.l v.inishe I tin a 1, llring ftni-lj the goldeu sheaves The ripple of tho waters an I Tim laughter of the Imv. "N'.x ju Waterman, In Chicago Journal. SEVEN DAYS! KATR rrtNAM OS'IOOP. , T wan a Lot day . ' in nnwtw asst.. ....u The t i il of tnotmtain travel had not yet net in for theseasou, nml Nina Cal.l- well was tho only tMlMKntriir itl t'l.n y vw iuuhi.v...

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. — 9 August 1894

1 'it- la 'I, t, lcs )ur I U' w i tv. 'or t c un tit 1 3 I W bn up Ivc Iff lid )Wt 0 8 f se uitu 0 iTu le 8 Cou hom pai of l W: Ho w! ,-n, d l! you r th obi Id 18 Id d Re; ight an i i Wii rue j for ; 1 Tu ilcas a & OU II rosen aid -Gov. busiti r-nU Impr to o ad'l he uhl oral nd s bet t clicr. Hie. 1U8 I it In Wax nn, i Frui V 81 )C el let ru ch Htm form i ml r , of r. Ti the to andw II Ul.i lound i for liould )11 Is this A DETROIT BUILDER. cf.l.L" A II KM A KKABLK MTORY OF Hl I.IKK. Li Petrelt Abeat frtf Year At. titi's lirmixci wostot ninioci ATT.!tTtO!. (from rt Detroit Ettninj A'cn?.) Lj- out Orntlot arena", for front ths din iiraioU oi l o tmstnass centr, there Art LattnirtlT hou. The Intersecting Li.ir wi'lf , clean an 1 lirt led by Urge oTire.l tree, nl the people you meet ypicnl of lndutrr, economy ani hoa-t Tbcre nr many pretty residence, but - more Inviting In It nAAtnna and home vu'ort thiw that of Mr. Levi Elaey.th known bnllder and contractor, nt 74 Lo'treet. jnst of...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1894

n ) re; ici 1 ir ise Co la 1. ar. la r, ti! es up iur t! in. w: t,w or ar in Itti i iri Wlf ip:J vo Id' wt I 8(1 1 see,' lltU a t Tuc e sa tour. ion! if fl ion wh n, 1 1 in you thr bl1n is o d do Rcpr Ihbr. and ne J i; for 1 TlK least, is no ju in esen ild over uslD' nU in pro to i add e t-i mhhn crat id 8 et th 1113. 118 DC i in t Watl.i ii." u in Fruit HOCIt llef- n civil stran. ruiln it r.i of ail ,o liuy indwici A DETROIT BUILDER, TILL A ItKMAKKAB LE MTORY or HI i.iyi. L, is Petrelt A beet ferty Year Ate. IVtl' IirtBItSCB WOBTBf tiniovt ATTI!T10. (from (hi Detroit Evtnlnj JVcws.) L,t oat Ornllot avenae, fnr from the din turmoil oi id business centr, there are r attractl bout. Tha Intersecting Ui .ir wide, clean an 1 sun led by large crenel trees, aa J the people you meet pUnI of Industry, economy and hoa?st There are many pretty residences, but V more Inviting In It neatnnss and home vm'ort than that o( Mr. Levi Elsey.the .known builder and contractor, at ft Lmtreet, Just oil Gr...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1894

Bunco Ga'iie Foiled. IT H Tlill.H ON MH. (UtOH AT MIAMoKIX lAV. Tw I'll n 'ti n i s pluyctl tlieir little .; M..1, ;,v ,;! t( :;iit (,'(' I., is ! ;t y m ; f u tl.t-":ir:- ..; 1!, Si.it: lokin Iiim on . c t.'ilcl iii tin ir fit -: i,. t l.o slurb Is It I, l it ti tru line, Hint ' .' til 1 1 11 liOO llll'll lillS ll'.'Cll i re i-i tl:i sept ion. wit Lin a . ' w.-rit y luil.-w of Siliiliill'V, i ;:i ! tin v. :ii'H tlidti in nuv 1 lined v itlii:i f iln r 'i.tr.v MM'ti.ni of tho I'nited Stud's, i ', i .ii'iitly it ini-t Hiiciii'Oili il, ii!i l in:i h ivi- ly tin- dilVi'iont funic" t.ffii l I of thousand- of ilollm n. i ;iK sl.ICK r-THAMirlt. Iii this f is t In- shik.'s pi ivoil foj- tvc iviiot very hinh, lint then in theso i Liir.l lt;:i u in n t t-i y t 1 1 :i i- count, t! C pi'il' ' Il.l.V ! IV" tioi'll 1)11 ll 1:V o suit the times. Molality nioriiini; R .-tr iv:: ' cnti id t!'. toi-i. of Mil t !. (i: , ( .SL:i!.H)!;in Run. mid itupiiri-i lor the proprietor. Ho t!itil ' . t h;.H in 'i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 9 August 1894

Bunco Game Foiled, ir h t:;ui ox mil ohos at hhamokix VAX. :ii- .tun r? 1iim1 tliiir Reduced Rates via P, R. R. for Mount Gretna Farmers' Encampment. From Augunt 20th to 2Mb, inclu sive, the Pennsylvania lUilronJ Company will noli, for the iibove oc- Si.ii: n.Lin Dhiii nn I (ision, round trip tickets to Mount i.i l.'ilc.l iii t!u ir nt-; (Irctn mid return at ruto of one Two ' lltt!- :,m i.iv t('..:pt t is .t!' '. tin- l;i IT'lut-. " vitliin r tln t c i utr.v M'cti),i nf tho t'nitetl j Those tickctn will bo Vulid for rc StatfM. ,iciitly it liiHHiifccodttl, i turn inim.iso until August 2."tli, in-fi?i-l 1 1 i : i lrivf by (he ililVi'liMit gitinc elusive 8-23-91. liC'll 1 ':' I of tllOllMilldsof liolIllIK i-i,. t!.c slwckc N It ; f irl, 1 if :i tni" one, that .' t ll ' lilllit'u llli'll litis 1 Ctl i. re i'l '.hi M'clion. within n 1 , !-.v.:i;v miles (if Sunhuiy, furo for t ho round trip, from prin cipal stations between East Liberty and Uryn Ma.vr, on the Northern d 'lit nil It lilw i...

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. — 16 August 1894

. . it i '.-rii-i ijsi. n i r '!. w" "" ' Co. CunniticHionciv, 1 1 94 I iiu i uu I I run tiy Ilic liion. II i.i ncil mi "i y.in. " 1 1 v i'.ih mi"! '.il.ir." i in- i r iln'l i. I mi ihhum Ainlin'o-r s.i.hmI. 1 1 1 1 1 r i i . 1 1. Mi. i j rn ' ,vl.l lot ci.l- ; to H8 r '"" bi. 3i. MIDDLEBUKGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 1C. 1894. NO. EPOST MS of LOCAL INTEREST new name for Sw in ford Brook- kcr Esholman movnl hi" family wn. sscs Blair of Mirtlinbarg arc i:ig ut Henry Beaver s. ward Wiest of Frr-cburg t ok o after noon game 0,1 Saturday. :ura Smith nnd Cora B -aver me ing Mrs. H. H. Hassingor nt bury. e nro indebted to David Ook r 1 t .... iclioice 101 01 kiui iniiiinuoii uo week. iss Elizabeth Bates of L"vis- spent n few days in ittcn- r's. Lloyd Sclnoyer and Chns. us of Selinsgrove, were in tow n Monday. iss Jean Martz and Miss Chesh r .Villiamstown are visiting at Lai.k Iter's. Bliss Mario Johusor of Lowistown ........ - tio Marks. hilip Swineford is erecting ft e story building for ...

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