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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 August 1894

V -m I k 11 II ' II l- II 'WW -IB MM MM - A..'..WVC.V 1 J.T ' Co. (.'oniniisHioiicr, 1 1 04 ;. mmm m m . tPOSTj 3T I IIL I UU I .tf-Miir ',KWS: ,.,..iil-. I' '' . nUv,v i-l f ...:.n H'T,a I- rim t v 1 lie iiitnr. It I nut iili ' y.m. " 1 1 wi'.u rni"i ..ll,ir." I' ih'ii ril. !.. I iinlmti" .Ml. I I.I'M r l.l'll. u -. n-.' t i.mi a jfii L. 31. MIDDLEBUKGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 10, 1894. NO. IS of LOCAL INTEREST ,.v naiuo for Sw iti ford Brook- or Eshclrnnn moved hi family vn. ,os lilair of Miuiinburg are ij nt Henry leaver's. vard Wiest of Freeh urg t ok afteruoon gjmo on Saturday. Smith nnd Cora B 'aver hid il Mrs. II. II. Ilassingor at iry. eek. i Elizabeth few lis Unto Spaid of Now Berlin is visiting Jut cousin, .hiss jiaggio Spuiil. Dr. Adam C. Spunkier, Jr., is at Selinsgrovo this week on profession al busiu s. L-u;:idr. sent through this oflice to t!ie St'Ii'iM-jrovp laundry, if not satisfactory, costs you nothing. Tin? Franklin township tax-notice. published I:it week shoul...

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. — 16 August 1894

! I! .fr - THE M1DDLEEDRGH POST. CEO. W. WAOEXSETXEn, Editor. Airmen e. coorEn, Manager. Mlddiel.urgh. I n., August HI. 1H!M. Dark brown is tbc rrvniliii color of the hair of tho pcujilo of English nationality. According to the official report of the department of Agriculture tLoro ftrcir,'2on,.m)2 horses in tbe United Htates, or ono to about every four in habitant. In the matter of woman's rights Abyssinia in far ahead of Europe, tho Detroit Freo 1'res notes. Tho house and all its contents belong to her, and if tho hiiHband offends she turns him out until ho is duly repentant And makes amends. - The annual wool clip of Australia is 6.10,000,001) i.otiu.ls. Argentina yields 400,000,000 pouuds and tho United .States UOO.OOO.OOI) pounds of wool. Tho other great wool producing coun tries aro respectively Ktissia, Great liritain, France and Sjmi u. Lieutenant Colonel A. 15. Suville, of tho English Kervice, claims thnt the cyclo possesses numerous itialitica tions as a auitablo mount whi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 August 1894

are ir-ANT I-ITKRATIRK FOIi hlkevm FOB TAttOP. DRKRftlM. Limor has t tuo tailor-mad ..fssre to noast quite smau sieevcs, those which you meet continue to largo ones; a great mistake this 1 The email sleeves are nu- ter, iliteJly more appropriate to the pie outline 01 a snirt ami com, igh the larre ones may be cordially omed nd welcomed again on pons Rronadinea and chiffon lCO.e' lorn uouruiii. noRTicuLTcns ron wome. Horticulture in England in more of ience than in this country, at Lt more nuemion in giTMi iu in t. A horticultural college ior .,'n which was established a few Us ago in that country has stea lily .nrred. Horticulture is a urancu ilinrly adapted for etndy and ico for women, and one of tho p nature might do well in this atry. Tlie course of study covers , years' time, and each working has two hours of theoretical in iction and five of outdoor prac Pupils are taught to take charge ;nrgo as well as small estates, and gisen instruction with iegard to caro of poultry. New Yo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 August 1894

..V V. . . , '. . VJUHiA.hjli,.-4j 1 1 gitolclranjli Josi PublUkotl every Thursday. Geo. W. Wagcnscller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per jeur. which must bo nnM In nilvnn-e when aont out nlili; tho (unity.) SATES OF ADVIRTISINO. All trnnxt.Mit ndvertlaomenta, nut ofliorwNi" Criiitr;riiMl ff r III la i-liMYi-d lit t In' two of IS ciiti T line noiip:irh'l iih-iiiiP') fur Jlril Inwr (Inn mnl Mri'iits (mt IIiih lur every iii'iiii'iit tnvrtlnn. Cooper iV Waginseller, 1'rop'rn. Thursday, Au. 1(5, 1891. Standing Committeemen. VI. mix I. .1. VMill'x !irtli. .1. K. rVMorolf. Itfiivi-r-lrvln KllifV. Nullum K.'cw. Himut Wi-xt AiniixllDwi'll, William llcutcr. ivnip .1. W. Ninijixi'l, r. K. Hi-rifi'. I'liiiitmnn Inliii -"'IIit. liavid A. I'ort.llne. Krmikllii I. It. Knl.Tlln.'. .1. II. .11 vr .1 11 knil. C. KlliikTl'T, Win. Murlln. Vl..ll. l'irili-.l. II. Hlmailx. William V. rX'sc. Mlil.llixTi'i k-W. A. Kix-Iit. H. K. How. M.uirm i. A. hnulTiiinii, C A. Kiirli'innn. I'i-u...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 August 1894

Vntmii Jt In but mt that t flttln nwnl. tlonof hl many Tirt hps 1ioli behadi there fore be It Riuaoi.Tin, By Ad.nnsburK Lode No. (StW, un der tho JurlMlctlon of tlio Ornnil cl Ponn'ii. I. o. o. F., that whiln io txiw witn humble mibmlfwion totlio will of tlio Mrwt Illfth, we do not tho Ipm mourn tor our Brother who hint lHon tnkon from m Ukuoi.vku. Tlmt III tho rtfiilli of Amnion M. Jmlth, this Ixlifolnmnnt.s the low of a brother who was ever renity to proITer the hand of nld and the voice of sympathy to tho needy and dlr rpswd of the fraternity I an artlve member ft this IKlire, w hoso titiinwt endeavors wito ex erted for Its welfnrti ntid prmpi'rtty i a friend and companion who was dear torn nil i a clu ten wlnmo uprlRht and nohlo lire was a stardard of emulation to his fellows. Kkboi.vko, That tho heartfelt nympntUy of this lxltjo Ims extoiulrtt to his family In tholr anili'tlon. Kkivii.vkp, That these row ilnt Ions bo spread upon tho records of this Ixltfe, a copy thereof be tra...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 August 1894

V A SONO OF LOVE, I do believe her heart I something still to mil , fihe I the one that hnl no art Save love, thnt I to be. f4lio it tho one who was so dear An 1 caught mo with her golden hair ! My sweet remembrance makes A melody of her I Ko thrush thnt sinus In Ml tho brakes Would I couM I, prefer! Tor when she spoke, In Love's sweet way All tho dear tlr l sang night on I day t Frank L. Htanton, In Atlanta Constitution. DR. PRESTON'S BROTHER. Ar sister in largo niaio surgi csl ward of a well knowu hospital in tho north of Kngland at the timo wliea the following acci dent occurred : A few tllOtltllH previously one of th use disastrous colliery extdo- pious, only loo common in our neigh borhood, had taken lace, nud eight of the men,' poor follows, nil badly in jured, had been brought into tbo Martin ward. Wo nil had a heavy time of it, and our hon.su surgeon never very strong had completely broken down tiudtr tho strain of his devoted attention to his patient. He hnd tho HntiHfaetio...

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. — 16 August 1894

fin atianatnlnir trtlltl. t Ion nio u child was brought U for baptism, and when 1 asked father for tho desired name, he 1,ed that It wai ltalhshcba, writes l,ev. i- m n lairuago, ia in When Things are Avalnst in the Ladles Home Journal. L why any parent should wish to L to a child the name of that In- ous creature oi scripture limes, m lioyotul my understanding, j e often felt at tho baptismal altar, in names were announced to me, cavln. as aia me iev. ur. Kich L nf Morrlstown. Mew Jersey. a a child was presented him for klloif nd the name gltsn, Ldn't you better call It something There is no excuse for any H alt and battery on the cradle a our language it opulent with es musical in sound and sugges- in ii caning, such as John, mean- ibo gracious gift of God"; or rr, meaning "ine cnier or a Lebola"; or Alfred, meaning d our.salTatlou"; or Nicholas, liilng "flctory of the people"; or rose, meaning 1 Immortal"; or ew, meaning "manly"; or er, meaning "a star"; or Abl meaning "my father...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 16 August 1894

v- v. I n. iiium iiAArti ii x i - 1 1 . i i k j? prisms in irw SELINSQltOVE . . liiiEiYiii Runaway Girls. Lizzie H 'tz r ami Amy Solomon twollyfu- jM Niw Hnlin girls Vl l t ' run away novcral works ft., T i. v km1i ! lliiatiluro luit iv i.v. i : iui is I.- : ' ' A v i ; Ti;. y t :' j itif-.l t t.. u vol .itn 11 1' .1 il'MIl". : they t-.icil it iirfiiui. .. S.i ,1 ;: v n:.l 1"1 1 u tl"Siniliny ()vtm' r v.h i M'lit thoiu to Mil- Villi:l'll . Illl till'!!' tlH'V It t. I I IU'llllU' wiilki'd t Hint city Tu.' i.liv iviniir, mi l nieir ,u riviil t'.i-y wen- urn-sti'.l nml it L Tl,.-y . I . I ti t ! m ili f the ,.rl l :i tlwir tw.i trip'. 't if tlic.V Jinv.' sci-n t'limuii t t"nviiii:u tlu'iu i ... o, .,. Letter 'T nt lionic tl,;,!) ilwli ro, tlicy iiro wise. If tin y Mill iiniinnic tlmt thi-rw m i fci-tti r "" for '".vwlu-rti in VOll. I tllllU llKlf llollll'H, In. Mil-.- tiny win this wi i w' pity i-i rti'ii.' ''llll' . 1 !l"!ll vii-. M'i.Or"'""'!l el to two days, including day of unle, c...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 August 1894

iTHE POST IL tim I"'"'!'!''- I'" '' L.r' always iP"i U-r ?Z di-"'"v'l"n r.wt to Us putnins. . ! rii nr the lVT'!i'ni I run fv ti nlitor. II In llcil nil "IMi'ull." It wi'urn iH"('iilhir." It in m ri.-l,'i il niitHSUP Ami iii'vit hhIiI mil , Miii'rrl'H"ii f i.Muijra VOL. 31. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST '23, 1S94. NO. 33. tel o idi so i 1 1C ITEMS of LOO AL INTEREST Charles Wulter has been uicl; for several days. K. Guuzburger and family s;'iil Huii'liiy ftt Kuntz. V. D. Pontius of Mitlliuburg w u? n towu last Friday. It is tho goose Confidence lliul ays the golden egg Prosperity. Noah was tlio first man to obey ho order, "Oct off tho caith !" Sirs. A. S. Beaver in in Gordon, Schuylkill county visiting friuds. Miss Bessie Mechtly of Adams- Bmrg is visiting Miss Maggie Spaid. It is not tlie woman who lire up ho quickest that makes tho bent natch. Henry Bickhart ou Sunday vinit- l-d his son Ooorgo and got u till of Hresu fruit. Teachers should read tho letter Lddressed to them ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 August 1894

1; THE OLD STONE WELL, Oh, the olcj stone well, In the hndy little loll, Which Isy arros tho mealows rhere the cowllps dwell i How our tired hearts swell As Ions, more than wd'II ttl. Just to soak In air and sunshine by tha old stone well. Oh. the fnltif, cool breeze Thai nirtPil through the tree. Ami murmured oft nccommpanlment to the humming of the bc How one's soul 'twould please To it thero 'ncath tho trees, And to I'tilM attain those castles th.it ono's youthtline wwi. How n Iwiys we'd piny, On wh brltfht suns'ilny day, In thn itrn-n nn.l through the brsa.-'.iog till the twilitflit M) j An I ilny after lny, n wh lo.i I o( fragrant h.iy, Itoll up ;j:il!y to tli ! barnyard inthesnmo oi l way. Hut the y nr have sped. An I our boyhood friends hnvj flo I, And thn pn'!ty Kirl we usi;d to lovo lot);? since W"d ; lint til.' till- we'll f Ami with memory we'll dwell, A wo wiit'-Ii their children playiui: round the oil Mono well. Jack Stevens, In Itoctiestcr I'ost-Kxpres.. A PECULIAR WIL...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 August 1894

Sr. au ru:i ;no lah lit: n. ci ing of is a )t o i, triad dUti Ins tyg I w r m rnel I no t! if Shi two 30 at. i mi' ilau Hi of ;edd vent tun Witli In ialce stru imp ind i ud f thro' lengt extf o til o ri ii to U a or o ,t by i be si the f the trth ! eddii ', ay gleit. nteu s, sti A w ad In , ha tielloi i. of r a v. ireatf il as their xied . Tli by ki l one i dark less. aoU' i. entra! r ski lets or DISCOMFORTS OF ACTING. i , lotld F.cU of the DaUjr Life t Stage People. The Janitor has an Important bear log on tne actor s condition, wnicn jods IM expression in nis piaytog ind possibly on his nervous organiza tion. H supplies the house, and, In mo-t cases, furnishes quarters for the ,ctors such'as no FOif-rospectlnu; slave ,wner would In the old days have ondemned a slave to occupy. tor tne puuuc running is too jrooa. icr tne actor, on tne otner nana, knvthlnff is gooa cnouga. JnM-cad ol liken draperies, he finds only a tat rel curtain on tne window, ir, 10- ieei, be flna curtain at all...

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. — 23 August 1894

She jjWrimrglf losh Published every Thursday. Geo- W. Wagcnsellcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per your. which must bo pM In ndvnrioi whim sent out-hMi- tin? county.) HATIS OF AOVIRTIIINO. Alt trim!. -tit ivlvi'rttpmcnt. tint ntherwls" potiirnr-ti-.l fur w III tx rlinr,f'1 nt the riito of 1.1 o-iiM p-r llnf i!iniii:irli l im-weiri-) f r llrst Inwr tlnn mi l litrt-mn T line for every .tiusoiin-til Inner Imi. Cooper it WaifciiHoller, I'rcp'ru. Thursday, Au. 23, 1891. Standing Committeemen. ,ntn--.t. .1. MUMIcsw urtli. .t. K. Fi'tUToU. lt.MVT-Irvln KliU'V. Nullum Ki'i-Mi-. Id-lit it W.st Alnoxllowi-ll, Wllllum Mentor. i-nlri J. W. Miiiiiwl. f. K. IH rw'i'. I'hnpmnn .ihn -lior. Imvid A. rortltne. Kruiiklln -.1. It. Kut. rlliii-. .1. II. IMU. .I.t. kxoii-.l. f. Kllliirl'T, Will. Miirlln. VI.MIi-linrirti .1. II. Hli"'K Wllllum K. Feeac. VliMlit-p-' k -W. A. K Tlrr. 1). K. It'itv. Miiiirm- it. A. KnufTiiiHii. '. A. Kurh-limn. i-t-un Irvlu K. l.nil'I'-liKliii.t-r. U...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 August 1894

win the l 'll I'li'inK iMnnrmt. Brief run Schliffeltown. MisTF.il Dkookeb: FarowLter wor ich wiMcr in uer Hhtoat, uu bin narbos conga far wiJJor aiuohl mit em Yarrick shwetza un brovocra 0us finna wollor fuu de tzwro os nier unportft missft on dcr delegate- lec tion far Jo Semly office iltr Duck ter Selser os on dor Scunitz Creek wobnt, odder der Sam Schneider ull tm Ilawnabarrick. Der Duckter wor dob im sbteddlo om Somsbdawf? un but ens Kitzeldarfcrs g Hhtupt, unmerhennw anes tnitnouner j?a nuinina om bar, un don sin mer in Je nava Bbtoop un dart but der duckter micb g'froked wo cb in, eb ich ene Bupporta kent on der dele gate lection. Ich wor cb agreed, un arhut mere aw grawd finf dawler galaind oln en parmanenty invcHt moot for do insidentliHhe expetinn, Ar but babawpt ar ware cb sure wile Jer Yarrick ene support luit oil gincr influence. Un goHbter wor dcr Sam Scbuei Jer aw im shteddlo un ar but mere g'sawt uu babawpt os der Yarrick ni gait far euo solver, un nemond sunsht. Un s...

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. — 23 August 1894

1 J... . Oil nnol I r.u ' for " '" '; l. in rU II C.n:' nf n leM Ltv Am- nl!. Isle.. mill' IDC lls i on 1 . M., : In and I'fts l'ln trail i-bo JMl), Alti ' Tyr 1i .i Mil' I'lii a. ; V.v lur u. : ) rot t ri y. . tlie liuv (,.1 A 111 ION ' ills,' iur IS cr no nn( lav iii ; ml si' ;ci ' 111.' If; loit 1. V '11 ur Up i.lbl; ,'ipii Lat l.o nts n tl hi 1 MO VllK oo I luilt Mill is w 5 up ion iiiui 1U iriil. . . . ll'Wt f t Kill nn i LIIOV J'1U 11 til Lll'U' mru f hi. fD Tli 0 Ul ted H 1.1 Lie uo .D: re c i.is 'as icui ur ? itli nsl IC'U THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. GEO. W. WAonNSEt-LER, Editor. ABTIH'It E. COOTLH, Manager. Middici.urgh. I'n.. August v i. GALL1TZ1H SCHOOL CiSE. NUNS MAY TEACH.- I Hay Alo Wim Their Reli-lous Garb and , I B Called Biater. Tlirre arc ilcvrn American cities Jti'ltr Barker, of t'.licnburg,ra,', filed hlsde Ihat spread over more territory tlnn clslon Mondny morning In tho famous Onl . , ., ,. "i i : I litsrin school Caen, In which W. T. Kerr, of J Brie, while Hcrlin is...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 August 1894

vis, Kin I Uil tr.-io- til ten tli-' nut t ll i iu bun UP pKi'AiLS OF MESS. MINOU MATTKtU AUK KKCKIV ISO ATTENTION. Jliir!' Plaiting ?n on Imported )rro Mytfn In Front or Vests Ottirr Hint About Woman's Wear. . "A LITTLE more cloth for tlio sleeves, please," wan the order of recent dressmaker, as she wan .,rojrinff to fit out Lor customer for oittin?. "A little more cloth for the sleeves And au abundance of cm Proiilery, niailame, if yon iileaso," and tnsilaruo immediately furnished Ihu ,.litional material and embroidery gulorc. And this dress wss a model of eT.iisito taste. It was of pearl prv tuoirr, the skirt walking length and" very full at tho back. From the nbnuldcrs to the foot of the skirt the front wan of alternate rows of cm broidered insertion and silk muslin. Very wido revcrs of velvet, the color of tho (-round of tho skirt, were edged with inflcrtion. A soft collar and belt wore alno of velvet; the binhop sleeves plain cufTi with liar lug rutllos over the hands. This fu...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 23 August 1894

i SKL1XSOROVE. MirtH l iiii 1 Doi bK r. ft recent Krml- i;;.tt- if it Mi I ii ii ;.' v.- ) I'll.DiurliuiK .Stnte Nor i (I i.r of MiflliiibuiK'n , ',,,'.. . ..;n: In lies, is : l.i : . '. of M;ij. K. il. How, Hi" i'uii- .Iii.il- i ;l.in2 til" wiiil; I'll i ll"- 1 c iiU'hOl'. . One !..'c v l.i''li ci os -(-s the 1, Tin- ru.ll tlie - Li-, n.:, ' ' v..-..- it Mr. ;uiy i l'l cu .1. 1 1 .i l.v mi riving i. v liic!. I'l'rlis toiluy, I i , pi v i it s.n ci-ss- ! '. Tl.c ll( wl.V I'li'cte.l , ..f( h.- i !,.r. nut in it :i mip;u mice ;ii 1 nr; Jt tl:' tii" lvr very liitrlily rle.-twil uifl t'-o c'il!:" iml hiu-- 1 1'lllnllllL.' . . 1. et .1 ! t ii. Mum I,-!-- !i:il a . ;i 1 i.ti (i -nti-f.M-. Mis. IV, I l..rl..,l v ..w.;; fir II 111:: ' I' i-tiT Ii I l;. ( ). K' .-.--I 'l- lias lieen ! i . ..!ii. Mr. K c-!cr ; ..ill. " nf Vt'll! s XH I i IK'C w !1 I'll tl.c p-.iti n !v ! -ill tin' pitrons . ! I. Si'ii: li i coiilincil to I mi itt u-lc i-f sielmesa. . ' my in-. 'Di ijiiiiiieil ly ii : t i: .ii...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1894

THE P08I 1.c,.V". It 11 Villi." li . ,,( ir." It ii mi l" it i-mic A in! iu'wt ill mil . snii i l'! .mi ji.r.Hii ji it VOL. 31. MlDDLEBUllGH, SNYDER CO., PA., AUGUST 30, ,1894. NO. 31. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Several Troxelville wheelmen w ere iu towu Sunday. Tho Krutzervillo picnic will take place Sept. l.)tb. David L. Hollenbergor is the new postmaster ht Shauiokin. John 51. Stoiningor paid a visit to Lowistown on Saturday. Road S. Weis' now advertisement in this issue, it is important. Dr. II. F. and 51. L. Wagcnsolhr of Selinsgrove were in town Friday. Eleven new subscribers wero ad led to our list iu ono day last week. John Bibigbaus of 5Iiflliuburg, spent Sunday under tbo parental roof. Win. Lanco and Miss Lizzie Badg er of 5lifllinburg wero in town on Sunday. J. B. 5Ioyer anl wife of Tower ('itywere visiting friend in town last week. Mrs. J. O. 5Ioyer of Adamsburg, visited her brother, J. V. Swart z on Sunday. RUNKLE & WALTER. Reli adle Service. Fair dealing, guaran teed ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1894

-i : . .: Ai.; j ; . . i THE HILL OF OOLD. The rnpged Mil Fence Just loafed alc--r In a leisurely ilgzig lfn. Down the side or the Hill, nnd wandereJ out To the murmuring slopes of pine. Anil I bad only to climb the Fence. Of go through a crumbling nip, To lot gold spill down out of my arms, And overflow from my lap. And the Fenco never eared n single bit, For nil It wm there to guard, And I might have doubled my golden spoilt Cntroubled of watch or ward. A cnrdces old Fence, and yet the Hill Broke s plrndldly on the eyes Gold deer out to the Yist, my donr, An 1 gold clear np to the skle ! And you needn't snyi "Ob, It's a fairy tale!" With that odd, little scornful nol, For It rmpp-m to be our own East Hill Orown over with golden ro I. -F.umy K. Johnson, In YoutU'i Cj.T.pnnlon. A Darning Combination. IlERE isn't ouo thiriR tint I know how to do their o ugh ly," mused curly-head t l J c s s i c I' o w o r iti he wrink -' i" r prcuy lorcncaii into a dozen lluo little lines, tho result...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1894

A Snmtn'i Frolic A sramaa was fined at Hlrmlnjr. lianj. KngUnd, for Interfering with the comfort of railway passengers, lie tcried out of an express train while It was traveling fifty miles ao j,01ir and wandered u'onj? tlie foot board. Oue lady, who stopped tho train, was greatly alarmed at seelna nid fare appear before tho window ot tier carriage Tabnrr Cimaril Con.amMloii bar larr Ihr Taburra llnhlt aad ( mpllT Una VII. TwoHitis", Wis., Am. 25. Sp-clsl.-flrwit HfltHtnent nml Inlwrwt hn Ire-a man. Ifiwtmi In ths rioov -ry of no oM-tltn-s reo rient of this town, .Mr. Jos. Hunker, who bss jor gcvprnl yars Imo eonsiiWel ly All his tru-u li" hopcli'M consumptive. luvt-Mluiv lion howlbst for over thirty-two yenrs ha uml thre sud n hnlt pounl of totwro wrpk. A short time atfo h w; Initues 1 to try s tobiKvo-lmlilt cureenlle I "No-To-Huo." Tslkintf iout his miraculous rwovt-ry to day h snt'l i "Vn, I usml No-To-Hrtc, nml two boxes completely curei m I thought, oil so ilid sll my frlenls,...

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. — 30 August 1894

She .jJIiUTmrjIi $fost. PuWishM every Thursday. Geo VY. Waotnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscript ion $1.50 yer year. which mnsto p;iil in mlvun-'o when srnt out- Mill- tliw i-tillitv.) ATIS OF AOVIRTISINO. Ml tnniti-tit mlvi-rilwinonts nt otherwise n'ntrncti'it fur mill iHThnrifi'd nt tin" r:inil l tit it ltn- itiniip irl.-l iii.u'ir.- t-T nnt Inner Inn anl in .viit -r line Inr rvery KUlMiflit ins-Ttl'in. Coop.-r & ViigMielli-r, 1'iop'r. Thursday, Aug. SO, 1891. Standing Committeemen. VI ,!--.. .1. V,..-w:irlli. J. K. Kett.-rnlf. m-.iv.T-lrMM Ktli. y. N;ii1nl K;; He,ivi-r Wedt-Aiinislliiwell. WIHInlil H'-'iKT. i riiiri'-.l. W. SiiiniMi-l. '. K. Ili-nre. iliuinimn Mm -ll-r. KnMd A. Ivrtlltie. Fr.nikllii1. Kni.Tlliw. .1. II. It" l. ,l,i. kv.ui -.1. t . KIlncl'T. Wn. M!irlii. Vl.l.lMnirirli1. II. Hli.mil. WllllninK. reese. VI. 1 11.-. P-.K --W. A. k. '-l. r. I. F. ltw. Milium-A. Ki'ifTinuti. f. A. 1'iirl.iiiiin. ivun Irvln F. jnnlriil!iifiT. ItuvM .Mnycr. l'.-rrv- I...

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