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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1894

J i :rovo. f lem ' mu tyoil Krnd- BEAVERTOWN. HKTTKH KOK A PRESENT I CUT THIS OUT. I KWEMRRTTR i i i ji. KrariCK nan reiurneu iu ' " . i 1 n 1 . - ,r:.innary institute, oeuunKruir, i I.id AtAAnfml a rirnf nPRllr- wlcre o " in ordrr thnt we t,in Mid Will 1" cunui'luuii i'uihud i nmy iniiroiigniy . . . f. . iwrnnuoeuiir .llO fVOlORICIWlHMII nu... 1 Hi v n(w l'e . ii i if. i: I - ,.-!, uliiy Here, ine inuex .uuuiciub . r ....l.... TjiuI M'iIiiu. Ci ll'll (ID i)J"UllI. . . . lUiri " - rt foremen 2 ol tuo union o. a., accom ..nir.l by tlnir tonoher anil a num- Lr of friends, hied away to the - .... .11! pleasant linunt ol tho loiest nuaae, ,! having an all around roo1 time. Tlmnks are dne Mrs. Robert Fees, rrs J. II. llnine, Mrs. F. E. Specbt ind MiH" uertrudo weizci lor asms- iiipb rendered Tbo Beliool IiouRe lieintr treated to u ruueli needed .Hint of paint. We hope that hero- after pupils will not be allowed to throw their balls against the nidea of tie building, which would again giv...

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. — 30 August 1894

V THE MIDDLEEURGH POST. CEO. W. VTAGF.Xsrt.LETt, Editor. AJuTLltB E. COOPER, Manager. Middle "irgh. Pa.. iiiriit I.'4. Two crtilni !i s linvo increitil Ku; lftlnl'H Wi llltll furlv fold. Tiir Italian (1'ivi riiim iit lint iliter-milK-il to Imnisli nil ronviotoil ntinrrh ist to ii.i i-hiiiil in tin- Hfil Son, wbt-ro both-- art alrciulv roiifim.-il. Tlio cotton m c.l mills nf tin- South tnrtio.l mil r lion soetl oil wurtli 1 1, (Miit.i.na ist year, sfi'i.imo.oo I worth of c.l t-akt anil nu il ami over ."i,')0!,(l(() worth of nth --r grimes of oil, records tin' Jlochi sti'r I'o.xt -Kxun'n". K!i t tr-ilii r is it word" thnt Iirh foiiful ft jiliiif in the Imsititss worM, mnl vrii in -oi,ii' itirtioiinrics, though tho jTriit jiiil.iic, with tli cliniat'ti ristiij VIIMrVntisl thnt luM li to "cliuu- h liri " n!'t r oi! :nl gns liul IikiiIhci.'iI riiti.'iti'f, still ri'T'i'-ci to mtojit tho now wnf.l. As t the tiling it-elf, it in it iizi-1" t i! I'lii'iitorc, since their is n j.--iitiiiir i...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 30 August 1894

'I. tit 'Oil Vll CO feiON FANCIES. rll TALK I lIKAtlD AttOtT ing ,, of Ideas. Hut Toothing That Appeared as Yet The Latest Styles. r IIEHE iii a great deal of talk about dress reform and the peculiar ami adaptable cos tumes that mar be used for jnt occasions. But it in an in utable and sotuewbat melancholy mts tho Ledger, that the majori f these outfits are simply unbo- Linir and that the woman who has nw- . (.. 11 i a cotirftRO to appear iu vuern is mane tibicct of bo much ridicnlo that .itlVO Women fuuu lui-uj wuu n ,Dff akin to horror, numlx-r of women have mado t appearancr on tho strests in di .,1 akirtrt, Turkish trousers and log . Imt this by no means argues even for bicycle riding and kin- ( sports will tbis style ol tires do rated. . There is urgent need just for lomo really sensible, practi cal becoming costume of this seems a littlo atrange that, with of the ideas that have been ad- ed, nothing has yet como before public that stands tho least chauco fsvor. Tho nearest app...

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. — 30 August 1894

'.An Old Snydor Countian Dies in a Can ada Asylum. Jol.u C. Helm -f Simlwicli, Ou l.r.io. nrit"H to tlio Post ftatiiiB tl.it hi- :.i'!ii r Saiiru l Helm tli?l nt .Vatunlay by the back ronI. . . .Bass dulling is nt its height and many ifTotis are enjoying lie f-port. . . . Mm. Jas. A. Fullmer of Vcrnnlon is visiting friends here.. ..Dr. D. O. .Smith of Freeburg was in town on Monday.... Dr. L. H. VoelLler and SELIXSGUOVE iARBLE:YARDl t:.( 'Hnii.ii in ii .:il .i. U'ltano, .'.MVH.lMu.urV. Hodi,d "ifo of Milton .pent ouday in f .li.l'v. Si.mhmh is " :vMlH! Harriot ltichter re Beieier The Dead! after j.i li-. :r, ..I i ' It'll turned from lienvcnue list Tuesday itiei A S;i;i!u. I Helm fi.rniHly Moini c t" vnliip, Snyder t uutv, an 1 win ti wiuin friend of o.;r t v : ' 1 1 : t . i . II-in. Jew. Crou m. About W7. li- win (liiieiid Com .'..in 1;: , ti.. l'.l..eiith liiMoii eniiipo-. .1 .'f Militiii ami Volnntous of S 1 1 v i( r ciiiiity. Hi? was it Hitn of dipt. Jolm Helm who now lies 1 ;: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. — 6 September 1894

"'" 7"" - . . , ; . ; , t, , IE POST J MHE POST .iny ft N' RW s ',, :,,ri lie I'l-opN-n nt ,., c.li'. I" "' -,ll''ll ol ti'plrn i.t OL. 31. EMS of LOCAL INTEREST cliool will open next Monday. Lpubliean Club Meeting mxt osJoy even in if. rof. M. L l'ottrr moved his fmn-1 to town thin week. vtir niiomls of ll'iiiisbmir i itin bi brotber, D. T. Ubuiuln. lames Mftttara of T)oxlville, rull- ou fi iemls in Hwincfonl Mouiliiy. )on't forget to attend tbe Re- blican Club Meetiuj? Tuesday ning next. He 10th IlfRt. 1. V. I. will bold a union in Middlcburgb ou Octo- if.th and 17th. hleister and Yoder of Globo Millu PI ei'll goodn at cost till Oct. lxt, mi tlit-v will lmivn. Miss Miriam Orwig is enjoying y hoiitality of relativea at Har- ton and Mazeppa. IFor your boots and nboea go to iscr and Yodcr who are selling ioda cheap. bliHS Nettie Specht of Adnmsburg, Is been enjoying the hospitality of s. K. C. Walter. RUNKLE &, WALTER.-Reli. lc Sehvice. Fair dealing, gimran- Ld prices. Robfli t H...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1894

THE MIDELEEDRGH POST. CEO. W. WAGENSF.LLER, Editor. AIlTHVIl E. COOrEIl, Manager. Middlchurgh, Til.. Sc.t. niU r '.. is;i4. Alrns. t i -. -i.tlis i tlii imputa tion tin I'nitril Stales nro single. N'rv , niiiii l is contemplating pcn fiotiiritf nil citizens when tliry reach a certain nee A peculiar disease nl the will in in re coiiitiK'ii in Franco tliuu in any other couutry. Tim suITVror in una. l)lc to cross tm v open space, like a city square. I'.iniuircli is credited with having recently hu1 : "My trust in man, my trust in the future, rest in the atti tude of t ii-rniMii wniiHii. The con miction if a woman is not so change able. , It forms slowly and not easily, Imt I'licv l liu l it is lens easy to shake.'' The I'millieon, in 1'uris, ufTorls ii, tilchre, thus fur, only to thirty-five il lustrious French di ad, including the remains of l'rcidciit Ciirnot. The liody of Kenan must lie for ten years in the cemetery of Mutitimirtre before it can be tit'siu to its final resting luce ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1894

hyfllBY FAITH IN CHRIST. BLISSFUL ETERNITY. . . a In Christ fluah m.m Wan Kar ta,,a - - - ------- .... , "Bellevs on the Lord Jaunt Chrtst. Llthoa st"11 beiaTed." Aots rl 81. ant dark, dull, damn, loathsome I ren now. but they were worn In L- nostlh times. I Imagine to-day we " ...n.llnff In the rhlllnnlan duntrnnn. I!, wnn not feel the chill Do tii not mr th frroans of those Incarcerated one ,1,0 for ten years have not seen the sun uht and the deep l(jh of women who -Jnember their father1 bouse end mourn sr their wanted estates? Listen again. It ,,hronrh of a eonsnmptlve or the trus l at nne In the nightmare of a great hor L, Tou listen again and beer a culprit, mrhsins rattling M he roll over In hi irsro. end ytrosay. "Ood. pltv the prlson rf" Dut there la another pound In that rrinn. fMe the song of toy and gladness, fwiist place to sing In ! The music cnmea Limling through the corrldora of the prison. Lnd In all the dark wards the whisper U lWd- "What's that if Whal's that?" It ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1894

Published every Thurmiay. Geo W Wagenscllcr, Editor. Arthur E- Coopsr, Manager, Subscription 1.50 per year. which nmit 1m- p i1 in mlvnnw whin sent out M'li' I lii couiily.) ATI S Of ADVf RTISINO. All tninkli'iii nilvcrtl-u'ini'iit not nthrrwh foniriu'i'i for w III Im i'hitri:'i nt tln ruto of IS .""tits IW Mil" fnnii:iri'l nn'iwip') fur tlrM Invr ri'm nml in i i'iii piT Hii" for I'vrry x'lhseiiueiit inwrM'in. CofiMriV Wnjfoii Milli-r, l'ropVu. Thursday, Sept. , 180 1. Standing Committeemen. Vlmis-I .1. MliMlivwiirMi. .1. K. r-tt.Tll. IWavi-r-lnin KUk-v. Nathan Ki'mc. 1h wt Wftl Anxm lltiwll. Wlltl.im Ili'utiT. ii'litrc-.l. W. Mint""'!, 1. Y. IVrtfi'. I Ii.iiiii:iii-.'"lifi "ll'T. IMvM A. I'orllltio. KntiMIn -.1. II. KiiHTlliii'. .1. II. Il''lltf. ,1 kiii-.I '. KllniM'T. Win. VartlU. MM I .-itir---n .1 . II. HIi'.wK William f. TVaC. li...-. ri'. l. -W. A. K-rl. r. I. V. H"W. Mkhiin---(.. A. K.iiifTiintn. I'. A. r';iri iit:in. )! it Irvin K. Luiiiloinliiip'r, HiiiM Moior. ivrrv II. K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 September 1894

r t 3M tit lU''lt'fOI)t Ottl Brief rum Mawsa barrick. Liever Kersel Harpeu. Ks wore luuohl ftn oliltcr bowor dare but eu Looiul g'hot oh en gonso noi'lit Rii-owt.cil hut. Dhwrs but dare booiul by iiu hi iiu mislit hofo c'nclilof.i un nochtu m aro room jrn- doonercd un nuch ollera ft-usn-monso Ra-Row tzeil bis boll neiuoml niiu eu BWg-ful Bcblofe greckcd hut in dor nucbborsboft. De nucbbera lieu puillicb nich uff-galuikoil un lion inihto aro tier hooml cura mist fuu Kinera wcoHutu fasbion oiUltr tkulii cue fargifta. Dcr oult uion but long g'sbtuililioil won tnu lo tnit cine. Euillich is t-u nucbber coouia un but ciuo g'miwtl won aro booiul tier schwontz ob-horkn duul ilou daiJ aro bich ruicb boUlta uochts. Der uaixt owvtt ben tlo li'it ilcr hooml bara farricbik-rlicb in-uiHha do nucbbera ban nich jfniKl wilo ho aiuobl vu tfoouo nocbt b rbue expscta kentu, awer Belly nocbt wore'tt nuch ishliininer oh tier fort, wilo ilo Bcbniartza on nunc scbwontz euo Ror net Mcblofa ben kuIuhI, uo so...

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. — 6 September 1894

1 SHIPWRECKS, W cannot seoth shipwreck of a heart, ' beneath the plndd waters of dlsiruis The soft, sweet voice doe not betray the mart i Tit burled deop from g of cornful ej. do not hear the booming Ran, distress, Above the great world's deafening email nd din la muffled toned It sous It bltternesi, And silently it grieve nnd breaks within. Oriof ci i) not be appraisal by tears nnd l-'or hopeless sorrow I lr?-eyed In wo . We mutt not Ja fge nor deem oursulve o'er Wise We see the surface, not tlio wreck below. We cannot sw the shipwreck of a heart , We liner the merry laugh rtoir out so gny, And see the smiling face, hut irr.iooful art Caw-enls tho sitlpwrecb, an 1 1 ( darkened day. I'mnin If o lges. Ail Electrical Elopement, T.-5 Al'TT.V r,t nf r T pique it t part Is r? Iv because 1, r parent disap proved f.f (In- iimti li Til 1 i o prun i s o d to lop o wit li ieore Webley. It wasn't it triv- XJJM ""' . ''J'-J.ll. lll, I, .,i t getting nint ricci '' before tho Heg- ilrnr in Lo:i y...

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. — 6 September 1894

I MOTHER3J3TOgY. ,iE COW ICH A FT Bit YEAR r or mirFBRiJiu. ItTTr Rss-erlrar ml a Well Kwa ,ial WHf "tar That . - Ml... I. Aft... konittr CMtnnooga, Tenn., Vms. ,ouDiy cflk'lni In East TfDmwone it incn and morniRtiiy lxmHllnno C Wilson, circuit court Clrk or County, at Iyton, the home of Mr. He r-njoys tne coon Jfnee aol re- ,,1 clnss, id1 Id th buslnr eom- hl word It as (foou as hi bon I. Just ir. Wilson i rvceiTinK nuaniren con- tilont fro to on numerous friends be ofthe itu'oratlon lo robust health of Bible wire, who dm for renrs been a Invalid. Mrs. Wilson s high staml- iccMv, and ber mnnr lovable traits rocti'f hnve won hrr a host of frtonils, r woD'brful recovery baa attracted reed nltcuHon. Id r !' medium of bringing inrslld Indy s attention the remedy , f (Tifli'.l Iht n-mnrkitble cure, a fa wns n nt to Dayton to Interview Mrs. Id order that the general public bare the lir-ne.'lt of the sufferer's ex v diI be mtule aware of the treat ment roiik'lit sueh n marvelous changa In...

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. — 6 September 1894

Williansjrova Notes A!'ut jfj)o from Snyder omit vf i( t tlif picnic. Ti-iit :: oniiil. v. ! ;ti. N ; i ic I , :. 1 : r.i. ' : . t ,! . I- , (ink. Ti- , .;ih .t dirtiest on tlie The wliol( floor wan cover " ! strnv. nil Hinoai'd ovtr 1894. There are two cIh-hpb of incomes recognized by the bill the incomes of individuals and the incomes cf corporations. The taxable income of n corporation is all its income above its opiriitinff expense"., in- i. utter a n i t In r cludmtf tho sums paid to uliareliokl . iimt.i:i. i:ti'!i. :' The tax of two per cent, is I . . a mi 1 1 m i 1 1 ' tvint iy tim corporation, liicre- f uv that part of an individual h in- which is derived from divi- n corpora- coiiie t'riiin Hurt! tiii ' ileiKis rm tho ahnres ot n u V'ii T" W;in 1 ll-M'ol' 'J I '.led tntt land C"M: t he ( ( lchrated ilm-tol' I ; i ! : i r tl'ntn Hull! i"li. . di-: lilted the ii i t ' Vfu that has paid tho tax is deduct f a - -iihl; fellow and I 1H return, from his own tnx- tl.e Yellow JJieec...

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. — 13 September 1894

: t THE POST i, mr'm'lfntly a NEWS. v tltr i "i i' ?'nniirc Blwn.v!)x'li for ., .. .iiw'iixsiiin o! tuples or interest to Its patrons. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST I'uy jou taxes before Oft. 'th. Tlio schools opened on Monday Your subscription. How about it .' Court begins next Monday a week. The 1'ort Royal Fuir is in progress Lis week. V.F. alter Iiiih returned to his Lome iu Akron, Ohio. Middleburgh was laid out in 1HD0. (jet ready for tlio coutoniul in nix rears. For your boots and shoes go to Illeisor anil loder who nro selling ;ooiU cheap. Miss Anna Steele aud Mrs. Joseph iDrecseof Altoonn, are visiting at A, II. Ulsh's in Swincford. Mciscr anil Yoiler of Globe. Mills IIV1U Bt'U gUUUS) Ut CObl, 1111 Ul'l. 181, ii ii i . - l i i:u ,,Len they will leave. Many of our citizens attended tlio l)dd Fellows picnic at Aduuisburg a Saturday. W. W. Trout of the Free I'rc nl V. II. Wren, of Lcwistowu, mado pleasant call at our office Friday. Miss Carrie Ulsh of Brooklyn re- irued Satu...

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. — 13 September 1894

THE MIEBLEBDRGH POST. CEO. W. WAGENHELLER, Editor. AftTIH'R E, COOrER, Manager. M. Id'et.urirh, Pa.. s t.-mt r J l, 1!4. NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT. 28TH G. A. R. Pittsburg Throneed With Boya in Blue and Oay With Decorations. Though thctweiity-cighth national encamp ment now In progress in Pittsburg nmy In aald to have commenced on Monday, the 10th Inst , the inflow of soldiers nnd visitors btgnn on Saturday nnd Increased with '"l successive hour. Many Posts arrived Sunday evening and moot of them were attended with cornet bands anl marched to t hl p resjssetive ipiarters with music, flags ami banner. Pittsburg and Allegheny am both hand somely decorated. Many of the decorations nre elaborate, some unique, and all beautl (tt I. Several of the principal Mni'tn ar liter ally lined with flags nnd bunting. The principal features of the program fur Monday were: Reunion Find Maine cavalry. Naval Veteran's parade. Executive commit tlm ex-prisoners. Rcunlou 1 wenty-third army cnr. Naval veterans' ...

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. — 13 September 1894

BIGOTRY IN THE CHURCHES. SOME PLAIN TRUTHS. Christiana Cal'el to Account christian Conduct. for I7r- Tt.xr: -'Then said thry onto him, Ray tow iniummn, nna ne saw, mnnoiein, r I- 1 1 1. I -.1. I I . 1 t 1 . k. . b ronld not Ira me to pronounce It right ti,.. th tnnb hi. .a Lio- . ih. r,.- I Then they took him and slew him at tbs pas sages or Jordan." Judges zll. , 6. Do yon notice ths difference of pronuncia tion between shibboleth and slbboleth? A very small and unimportant difference, you ay. And ynt that difference was tho differ ence between life and death for a groat many poop I p. The Lord's people, Ollend and J'.phralm, pot Into a Rrnat fight, nnd Eph raim was wonted, and on the retreat came 1o the fords of the river Jordan to cross. Or der was given tbat all Epbralmltes coming there be slnin. Bnt how could it bo found out who were F.phralmltes? They were de tected by their pronunciation. Shibboleth wa a word that atood for rlvor. The Ephraimltes bad a brogue of their own, an...

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. — 13 September 1894

I 1 ' i Publiflbcil every Thursday. Geo W. Wagcnssllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per year. which must N- p il l in itvnn- when sent out Nlili' tln county.) RATES OF ADVERTISING. All tmriMii'tit nilvcrtlwtin'tit tint other!"" cnniriu-to.t (cir ill iw cluiwl nt the m' of is o'nt per ll'i" (Mi.fp irli'l inivixnrr) fur llrxt Inser tion hii'1 Hio'iitH i--r Hue lor v:ry buImwhuciiI Inwrtlnn. i-l't'h nnt..-rt j,v'Mnhr,l tr,-t ; tl ittiaripnrtry, 'nMiV 1 rA;ifrf. ifr., firf ciif, 0 lino. Cooper iV Wiii-nwilli'r, Prop'r. Iliursdiiy, Sept. 1:1, 1S91. Standing Committeemen. VI un-.t. .t. M!ii'wnrth. J. K. Fettcrolf. WnviT-lrvln Klliey. Nullum Knw. lu-iitT W.it AnuiKllowi-ll. willliim llentor. , ,.,,ir,.. ). W. S.lllltwu'1. '. Y. Ilerire. rtmpiniin lolm teller. Imvid A. I'ortlltie. Ffiinkllli-.l. H. Knt.Tllli.'. .1. II. IMIK. .In. ksoii I. r. KlIiitfl'T. Win. Miirtlii. VliMletnirirh I. II. Klinwls. WllllnmK. reono. VliMliiTeek W. A. Ki-cli r. H. K. How. 1 1 1 i . A. K...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1894

jntlic Mn'K'h Hinnk Doraocmt. Brief Fun Schliffeltown. Uisteii Duookek: Do lotslit wucb n dor county meeting wor dor Sam- j Bombccker aw cn coimuiawt fur cmlyuion un cs doot mer laid tzu men os He cne ivverhoopt hen jsht drei Bhtimran grickt. Un ich us uftrRna on tuy aigny nhtirum ,or ains fun dor drei, un ich glawb r os do onera tzwro wor em Sammy i aigny un uo onner seim uaway, or olt Joe Bombecker. Ich dower uer olt mon, far ar ictut cs orrick bardt os es ho gonga s, un ar hut Bhun feel droovel g'hot nit solium Sammy. Ich hob net a Bin g'hot far one tzu nhtiminn, ircr icu nous em oita Joo lar- lipucha oln en g'folla tzu enie. Es or fur about tzwic wucha tzurick ft ar mit mere g'shwetzd hut der- lirgft. Ar hut mer do eons shtory sawt wiega cm Sammy, oh wo ar usgalarned wor in der uhool hut ar q blot, grickt far ch hhneidcra una, awer Bomchow sell is net Root as Katurnea un ilon uut ar es lackBvmitta browcert, awer noil is net conga, un ahrcincra aw net zult'tuht is der olt mon tzu...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 September 1894

A SONO OF OLD T1ME3. Love to think of oM-tlme days brightest Kil l tho best I Pun got up it hrnk o' Jay an' bnmiol from rnt to west , lloon risln' rlht on time, with a lot o' icsr, An' wim- trirli !oriMh mllkin' where the cattle rrossoil the bars I Lovoln think of olil-timi days the glory In the iIi-IIp Tho milk-white dal'los hlnsioraln' thn chlino o' vlllnRO holli ! Tb Mril thnt Rung honp swifter thnn these new-time Mrlt kin nlm; The nifilln with thn red Hps an' the lover with tho ring I Love to think of olJ-time dnys goln' all too fn.t ; Lov? vn lols morn swentor thon an' mon in'lfn-l to lii.it ; All the world wis brllitr lon't matter wlmt thoygiv, Every hivirt wn lighter su" bent linppy on tho w ly t Lovolo think of ol I-flmo diyj skies was tilwnyg Mil" Violi-t llo :no I over wher-s. J.?st twlnkliu' with tho lw ! lint wlml ( thinkin' an' d renin iu' day nn' night? If t tu- l l tiui'K wn tho liriglitrnt wo kin make Mm now llmm hriglit ! V. I.. Htmiton, in Atlanta t'oiiMitution THE...

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. — 13 September 1894

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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. — 13 September 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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