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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1894

VOL. 31. ITEMS or LOCAL INTEREST Court next week. Tho Franklin Twp. Sfl'.o open Oct. 1st 1 !'. t'omo in to so its in t n you are attending court. Wanted. A few country i villi j I hen ! h:l!llS. Inquire nt this ofiioo. James Bowoihox is t ln pro 1 1 fath- r of n bright rrv: I'l'i'T'-t-r. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Onvig spent u few days at Watsontown lust work. Samuel Wit tonmyor, Jr. has gone j to school at Buoknoll University at Lewisburg. Rev. A. W, Lent 7. of Millcrsville will preach in the Lutheran church next Sabbath evening. Dr. Emcrick, Selinsgrove guaran tees satisfaction ia fitting of glasses anil treatment of catairh. Newton Fethrcr ami Miss Maine Seers of Selingrovo wero among the Sunday visitors in the Burg. Miss Martha Ooldy of Cam Ion, N. J., is paying n visit to her school friends, the Misses Wittenmyer. A'ton Winey and David Gingrich of Elkhart, Indiana called on the fair sex in town on Monday evening. Joromo N. Thompson, Jr. t-pent a portion l' last wL ,u .juiii.aa county ...

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. — 20 September 1894

-Xl'-..- . t 'IS V.N. . "I r THE HIDDLEEDRGH POST. GEO. W. WAGnNSI.LLEIt, Editor. AIlTUUn E. COOPER, Manager. Midllchurgli, l a.. S'-pt'-mt 'T 20. ls!'4. IJir rr ort of tho Mission to Lepers statu Hint iti Imlia stone tlu-ro ore l(Ht.ii'M) li jurs: in .T.ipnii JOO.OOt) ami in C hiu.i proluilily -lOO.OOO. Tli lliitik of .THnn Lnn a cnpitol of 20,0.)(i,(pii vi lis. Tho vatuo of tho Jen is nlmiit the rnmi) as: that of a b li ve r ilolUr. At tin- rate nt which timber in lieing rut in TcMiH, it in cstimnteil tlint tho ni- ly ill ! exhausted nt tho cx I'.riitu'U i if lift ten years. Murriuge im growing popular Again in I'.n-liui.l. notes tho New York Sun. Tin- register for tho li rt quarter of lS'.M t xcrcilM the lirst quarter of any 2i.ar Kitiei' 1MJ. Professor W. Spencer is a scion 1 j.-t who claims to have discovered tliut Niugitrn Full tire just ll'J.nin yenm Ho nit-" predict that the fulls will In-1 xtinct iii Mtiio vesrs more. The wi II -known shipowner of Hnm-I'tirc-, II rr Lucis, ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1894

L.::. t t E i Pe rKSst HO I )1 V V- uau POWER OF RELIGIOUS LIFE. HOLY COMPULSION. Dr. Talmare Says Mora Man Are Saved by Eiunpli Than by Argument. Tr.iT i Anil compol thetn to como In - Luke xvi., a:. The plofnrst people In rur day have Invd riee whloh the klne nnd quwni of olden times never imagined. I walked up and flown tha stairs ol llolyrool ptlaee n p lace th.it was considered one of tho wonders of th world nnd I wild t'Cnn It bo possi ble thnf this la all there was of this reputed wonderful place?' And thia Is tho cnse In Tnany other Instance. Thero are fruits In Vetehoter County nod on Long Island farms fur hi tter than tha pomegranates am apricots of Iliblo times. Through nil tho ages thero have been scenes ot festivities, and tha wealthy man of my text plans gnut entertainment ami Invites his frlnnda. If one bullda a bonutirul homo, he wants bis acquaintances to coma nnd onjoy If. If one buys an exquisite picture, he want his friends to eoma nnd appreciate It. ami It was a...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1894

PubliHbeil every Thursday. Geo- W. Wagcnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per year. which must be puld In '1 nil " inn neul out Mil' tin' i'c. niity.) RATES OF ADVf RTISINO. AH triinsli'iit n.lvtTilK'incnts tiit nt'inrwlso coiitriii'lfil fur III be Imrifi'il nt tin- rate of 1 o-ritfi pi-r 11 n-nti j:irl'l tini.iri' f r llrvi Inter linn iiii'l li ci mi t 1 1 tie i'r every aiiiiwiieut Insert Ion, rf- .!' II' 'i-.- '"'. fl t . 'lrl 'll. inhutit ,;f n;i.rf. ii. ., lArre r. ni (I d' . OomTvV Wagi-neeller, I'rop'r.-. Thursday, Sept. 20, 1801. Standing Committeemen. .Vlini-.f. .t. Mld'tleswurth. .1. K. I'Vtt.rnlf. Iieuvor-lrvln Mnev. Nullum Krrw. bVuver WintAiiio Unwell. Wlllliitn Heater. ( tllrc J. W. S:llllixu-, V. V. llrrj.!'. -i.ipimtii .lotin Hflii r, liiwld a. ruruiliu'. Kritiikllti .1. II. Kiiterllne. .1. II. H"lh,'. .Iin'k-x.it I. -. Kllnirli-r. Win. Murtlti. Vlililli'lmrvli l. II. lllminK Wlllliitn K. Keese. MlililliiTiiTc-W. A. Killer. 1. K. Mow. Mmiroe ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1894

BEAVERTOWN. William E. Hetbster and Mias OJeBBa Haines were quietly mar ried ou the evening of the 9th inst. by Rev. W. II. Fahs. May pleasftnt weather attend the couple down life's journey .... Fifteen acres of land adjoining tho northern limits of town belonging to the heirs of H. Kern, dec'd, have been laid out in building lots The now barn on llcuben Zechmau's farm about 1 mile KontU went of town is neariny couiplutiou lev. . 11 I'unn preached his farewell semen in the Lutheran church ou Sund:ty fore noon from Acts, 2'2 : 32 Mossrs. Howard Snllada and Frank IJuck of New KiDggold, Schuylkill Co., rode on their wheels to this place to visit the former's brother, Dr. J. O. Sal lttda,at the Central hotel.... F. E. Specht, wife and Bon, Schaoflor, are spending the week at Eaglo's Merc Mrs. Frauk 13oaver and her mother Mrs. Mary Aigler visited the hitter's Bister at rhillipsburs, last week.... Mrs. Jacob Freed and her daughter, Jennie, attended the Fort Royal fair MisH Annie J. Snyder...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1894

IN THE VALLEY OF SILENCE. Far and dim lip the Vall7 of Sil"nce, Pr-ep In the borders of Hhmlowlnnil. Warier mountain kwp grim surveillance. An I the Dusk and the Daa-oln go bonJ In html. Riesling wnter with nev.'r a rm'iMe, Wind of rose with nver a sigh i Not a rrn linvf roar In the rlouly MuM.lo Whm I ho lightning rvipt in a stormy sky. Never n si i r In tho utaiw awnylnp, Sorer a drone when tho boo files through, Not a fairy not-j from tho wood, whore, atr.iyini?. Tim ol of tho rov: meets tho soul of tho ili'W. Never n nonij a tho tiir I win? over The silver rnf h where the lllle Mow Or "ptnirl'"! turf whero tho rlnuntlejg clover lrirt hlvh In tho miushlno tier scented now. In tiill (mli pnpplo tho lot th.it piko not No l nil your Ions' through a ilrnamful drowie. From Sleep mi l from Death tbelr ryes shall wnkn not Who crown with u.:h blossom their gin mouro'l lirow. Dim anil fur li-a tlio Valley of Silenen, Deep In tho border of Hlmlowlnti.l. Warier mountains keep stvrn surveill...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1894

J -t imrcim itpwci 0TninjUTiT7i?Ti ) LL 1L01 11 III! 0 OUlUlUAIUZiIiU FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. What ia Transpiring ths World Orr. Important Events Briefly Told. friTAL ASD LABOR. Eastern window kIbas wnircs bs.v boon Ctrl 22' j ier cent. Tim reduction was accept eJ. The creditors of the Whisky Trust hie nrio(iitd a committee to prolmte the Inter ests ol the bolder of rebate voucher. MRtO, AO("llr.TB, rATALITICS, trc Cyclone nenr Charleston. Mo., killed two peo'lo nud killed A wore of others. Charles T. Cldwell, Republican enndldnte for ConttTCK In the Terken-burK district, W. Vs., was stricken with paralysis while en route to his home from the Ornnd Army en. eampmeut nt I'lttsouru Thursday. (MIMES AMI rtMALTIRK. Itr a km explosion at Alexandria, Ind., E. D, Meyers and his sister were fatally Imraed Mrs. Chatlcs Garret was murdered In Leb anon, I'a., Thursday by ber hiiDbnnd.who out her throat from ear to ear. Osrret had Just teen released from the Enstern IVnltvutlary. The murJcrcr Is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 September 1894

1 V Sr.3ltesp3.va vs. Bacon. ii-- circles h:ive lnt?n conni-1- ! Illinois is juHl now furnishing tlio ..l .i l fu tlu pri.st f w 'i'i"ii Ilurcau with n rrp"nr'y ,-t.. . Linn nf Dr tic I eoinpliented problem. A soMiir SELINSGROVE it, Mi'liini) 11 ! Hall married a Miss P;iilcy, . I" 'e!l of P il y, while homo on fmi ninh- I :u niii ! li.l Mot livo with her nfter tho ..Mil v 'i li.mt luuciu iinr ' 'li v : ' c '), I! - . . r- r.z. iz : r m : I (i as.,. aWmmm m 'Ml Pnnntfiiiinii'fi TTnnilniiniitniinl . saw o-u Aim 1 1 iM 1 1 n 1 1 , n nd mi ii di n Mis? is wa-w . w -a-. v u a AAWUUU IIIIJI VA 111 I Deli . ! . ; . ( ' , .').i . . lh' wi iti'i . s llistitllt) III l'l-t t. a ' p: - ?'t ii '.iicr de I .1 i .1 JSIi.iLc I I I;. :.l ..... (.(' ft t"Ht.C icluct int to li. lc ic 1 L it Ni.ik"-.ie;il did not write the 1-V, I'llIT, 'V I'Y" tll'i MWM' .!. ( Ml. I,.-,- ,l ' !,, l, ,,,,, js ; j lli'i iii i 1 eon, ( Mir'.'c 1 1 1 mw st;tL'' : S!i-;.!i'ir.ri; r C 1' ' VnlU lif i; 1- 1 '!'!.. An it niiv ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1894

' " ' f tliut'oniniWHtoiU'rc, 1 19 THE POST I- Is 5S1 in in lie 50 1 1 VOL. 31. VrEMS of LOO AL INTEREST Tbo Roll of Honor will be fouud The Lcwisburg fair is in progress Luj week. Tlio Milton Fair will bo held Oct. 1, 4 ami 5th. The Republican Club meets next liieHilny evening. w is tbe time placo your Fall Rveiiiflements. rhowing gum factory will bo ,ilt at Sunbury. Tbo Oriental Band will bold a IfitivjJ next Saturday overiug. iames Q. Crouae., Esq. baa a new L to pica for nt this wet'k'a court. Geo. 1. 51. Arnold nnd B. Frank irlcy of Adamsburg were in town : Sunday. Gon. Daniel II. Haatinga will k at tbe Lowisburg fair on Fi i yof this week. tl)r. Emericlt, 5elinBgrove guarnn- U satisfaction in fitting of glasnes 1 treatment of catarrh. KVe are glad to bear that Bucknell Vivernity is booming with a large mber of students this year. hoabui y has a total of l,2ir child- i in her public schools, 89 of which e reached the highest grade. XT. Rhoads was brought home m Tittsburg last w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1894

f.Y THE WAVES, Crlp nn1 curlinir, sort unfurling Csps of silvery fonni, Il.vth lir.vikiTK, frolic maker, Chnini pluyMiit' horn'1. Trlpplntf. skipping, slipping, dripping, Fust thr 'iJillilrtn fly I'p thn sMmtli, too s-ilnicl')- Ho tl.n ilny im-s y. Wnvi'M Tinniinff, unliin slMmlng, In tlx sMning snnels, Ony nnA M-rry. o- an. I chiry, Di-Jvo lh smiiII hrown Imnls, Irlftlnif, lifiin. rifting, sifting, 'Nfiilh l!.) lending nky : On th" shlngli) pNviiurfS mingle, Ami thr luy i? ly Oronf i-louls h'lnwing. wild win'is liloTln?, Night ilmws on npae i i'.ym iliwp ycnrnlng so tho turning Lumps In slurry spur""1. Flying, sighing, low replying. Thoughts salute thn sky : limn" wn if it h-r, o! Our Father, And tlmdny goes liy. Mary ltuth Itoi-M, In Harprr' E:i-,ir. ASTKEA, I1V IIELEX KOIIUKIT U1MVM. II K big clock in tho City Hull cupola Hilltl'l to the hour of twelve, the rhmioit of Old Trinity llllll JIINt CBt their (untitle of music to tho win is, and tho ro.ir ami tumult of lirowliviiy rose,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1894

a ' jhk. s; Yo' ike Id Yd s t ill ;ht . 1 T be r T U V a Mr i Ju w in. bet ch y no -Nt be he ;i to 1! ts.- ed, O,"' i tli ht low a t M ian ink ,ho ean uuc! a M ,1110 an knoM irm year To nt(:' vlio lilt; eas' icaui my the to idol the win ; but :tln' n tl an exc r fall 1 ri nlcu tie t ther lays r sii-1 WOMEN AT THIRTY-FIVE. L doiiitln That fh Kr Orta TJiara, Thfel r a llrr Moat Charming Ag jn reality, at 35 a woman Is itlll anting at the height of her personal harm, Sh gained the height per I)4'B ui cikiiv jvan ucivio) uas jj stli Ul l esicrieiicu ui surruw nuu ain nl apprehension, has not bad 00 llnlU null tui uiiuU'Ui uvj;i una had tut nine iiiness, nan Kepi ncr Lpinpcr and spared herself worry, she t,a Dot rainy ocgua tne ucscrnt; or ,f die has, then there Is a slightly athctic inarm aoout ner, says nar- per t Ha?aar, as about tho golden arplsn or a rone mat urups us urst tal, hut Is still the rose. tor luw me ucauvj ul icrauuuuj Dfoldioir and expanding up to 26 r 26. tho soul unfo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1894

Pub1inhod every Thursday. Geo. W Wagcnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. Which mustbp P'il'1 In ndvnnro when sent out side tlin county.) RATCS Of ADVMTI.INO.. All tramdi'tit advert Isonierits not nt tirnrtap Coiitrncti'il fur will ta rtmrifd at tin rut-of 15 writs pT lltic (nniipnrlfl iih'hkiiiv) (or first Inwr tlon mill in n uts ht Hue lor every suliwiiiifiit tnsoni.in. arlim ) t,t;rn imhltihnl frr i Miliary pnftry, ru'ulr$ vf iftprrl, iff., Utrrttnt'tm linr. Coojut ii Wagenseller, l'rop'rs. Thursday, Sept. 27, 1891. Standing Committeemen. Adama .1. .1. Mldd1wsrth. .1. K. FVtUTolf. Heaver Irvlu Klni'V. Nut linn Kw'. Il'vcr Wint -Aincm Howell, William Ueat4r. Centre.!. W. Miimrwel, '. K. IIitj". -luipinaii .foliri seller. Dsvld A. Portline. Franklin -.1. It. Kiilerllne, .1. II. ltolli. .1 1. k'ii I t . KIHik't'T. Win. Martin. Viil.ll. t.nrurli .1. II. IllioadH. Wlllliiiii V. K'K'se. Mtddlerreek W. A. Keeler. H. K. Kow. Mmiroc l. A. Kiiuffnian. 0. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1894

III- ble md lest ict IT ways rests serial flue insgrovH eratoTH 10 lliay aao lumliitKrauj Friends of "The Post." T?nr.r. or Honor. The following have paiu their Subscription to the Post to the dates opposite their nnnips. Should any mistakes vcur in those credits or on your pa per plenso notify us : V. F. Walter, l. M. McDowell, Geo. Steller, Amos Herman, Isaac Drecao, Samuel J. Diouse, Samue l O. Kuhns, John Sipe, Henry lU mo, Aficbael Folk, Soph. Geniberling, Jacob Neibood, W. F. Wacner, Longinus Walter, L L. Herman, X. 0. Landis, S. 1'. Gramly, l 1. IiroiiHP, sane C. Swartz, fannie E. Bowcrsox, ,nn Herman, S. Herrold, . S. Trout man, ;muel L. Maurer, iVm. O. Smith, V. D. Kreamer, mos Snook, IVm. Apple, hos. Martin, !. L. Freed, I.W. Heisle, red Stimely, obn A. Dietrich, G. Snyder, eo. N. Eidley, red Miller, W. Kline, llilton Moatz, T. Dundorc, osoph Kerr, imuc'l 13. Kline, F. Kreamer, Br. J. O. Wngner, 'in. Diehl, 1. M. Hummel, . Laudcnslager, J. K ichenbnch, io. I. Flander, Dec....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1894

.- v. .1 I 1 V Ji V of A L I sf. 1. It. Vl! M iu i it,; C J 0 tli nif SI, I-I liu Tl. 1 THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. CEO. W. WAGEXSELLEIt, Editor. ARTHUR & COOI'ER, Manager. Mi.l'Il1.iirh. Pa.. "j t rn -r '2'. 1-: I. In Franco the population averages about 1ST to t!m square mile. In this country the nvcrago is twcutjr-oao to the square mile. Tbe highest mountain in tbo world h tho oll cstalilibhcil Everest in the Himalayas. Muunt Hercules, in New Guiticn, t-lirunk a good deal after it was measured. Massachusetts ban two of tbo tbrco largest libraries in the United States, tbo Boston I'ulilio and tbo Harvard University. Tbo largest is tho Con gressional library. In 1S?4 the equipment of tbe Not Yorlc Elevated Railroad (Ninth nve one) was six cugiues and ten cars. Ia IH'.'I tbo fipiiptnont of tbo Now York Elevated system consist of 331 loco motives mi l 1 110 cure. Tbo prune industry iH stated to bo nttracting attention in Idaho. It is reported that iu tho Trtyotto Vulley, where the cult...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1894

SEED OF FAMILY RELIGION. JESUS IN THE HOME. Pr. Talma-re Sara Family Relljrton la of Ureal Value to Children. Tmti "This dav is salvation eme to this h(),e."-L.uka il., 9. Tlacc'ietts was a politician nnd taxgath erer. H bad nn bonet railing, but tha opportunity for "stealings" was ao larga 11' temptation was too much for him. Tha jHMasnys ha "was a sinner" that In. In tha pnt'llo sense. How many Una men have been ruined by official portion I It It an awful thing for any man to seek ofTloe under gov ernment unless hla principles of Integrity Kp, deeply fixed. Many man upright In an Insignificant pos'tlon hut made ahipwseck In a cf' one. A far at I can toll. In tta city of jerleho this Zaccheus belonged to what mlu'it be called tha "ring." They had things thelrownwny, successfully avoiding expo sure, If by no other way perhaps by hiring anmebody to break In !.nd steal tha vouch er. Notwithstanding hi bad reputation there were itrnaka of Rood about him, a there are about almost every ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 27 September 1894

BEAVERTOWK. LftHt Hat iinl iT evening lb doors at Rr'iitwn Zi'clnniir.x hun wore sud denly lluiiiT wide rpf-u. He vas nisod to t!i ilirijr. t lion carried lo tl.p door. Tin- Hen v. Mown Ccrnet b:.T;il fit dm'" otnirk n lively inumcal vr. mil n' 1 for Hoi'io lime. luiim'-" i- illation wnf n,n':i l to V iiicl: r 1 .1 .-u j tv HHUH ilil uinplo ;ti.o. At a Into hour tlio tfiiestB !v;thiir'.. l-uwiitf n Jiiicrous ksHh, k. i 1! "i1 .".i reminded of the tiny l)ca'l life's o-'ud niiWtono Uov. .1. M. Ueiuick of Iicliers- hv.r-, rr -led n very inf erostinj? i iiniii in I lif Luthcrnu church on . jtuhiy vi'iii-itf Hnvnid I nine, j miiip.uut il Uv his sou, Archie, rf Moorelitnd. Ky. is visiting lis JiUiirliter, Mil Win. E. Herbbtcr Mis. Alfred Spccht visited lcr i( u hdvi iul 1 ivh lnnt week . . . . Mr. ViieLu-1 JS.mvu- mi I her Oriiud J.i l'iitt r, Mi Annie IJi-iivcr, ,cnt S Mitl.iy lit Kunt Tii'mia Kohlcr m .1 f.-miily vUited friend at MillerH t v.i: over Si.in.liiv ...Mm. Jacob V"itil vi.-it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1894

I Co. Commissioner, 1 1 94 IE POST 'THE POST N run lv 1 ln i itlturs. II 1 ii"i an i 'i vnn. ' .ntintlrfilly NKW'S ij'U ( irtti- rtxT!!';!i'1 1,,. '.HIllC Us col. r niiyf,,n er iuMn of toplo ol ,-jtt in patrons. 11 run by tin' i ititurs. II 1 ii"i an i'i vnn. 1 1 I'urt t ullur " II lll'li T iImiIo-iI itn iHfiite Ami ih'ut mililoiit, Miii-i 1 !n inn 1.;," 11 j u EMS of LOCAL INTEREST OL. 31. MIDLLEBUUGH. SNYDER CO., PA:, OCTOBER. 4, 1S!)4. NO. ;!'.). chilling look straw hats. .11 openings--unpov red :rn good place to settle the place 10 you owo inonry. icro aro 411 a voters rrjjist r d uyder county. e best racing record at tho in County Fair was 2 : 22J. orgo SpaiJ nuJ family of Bouv- wu spent Sunday among ivl.i- , iu town. v. Fredrick Bower will preach Le Lutherau Church next Sun- morning at 10 o'clock. Schroyer's, Selinsgrove, you liuy 23 loaded shells for .')." rents, 0 shells for $1.40 ter this week Curtin Bowersox's r press will run only on Tuesday, luesday and Thursday. Ess Cor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1894

THE MIDDLEBDM POST. CEO. W. WAGF.NSELLEn, Editor. AUTOCR E. COOrnn, Manager. Middlubtirgh, l a. . (.. If-r, 4, !. Tlio Knlisfi rof'Hional ami "itjipah" classes vTftRO tbo largest ol mm any fivo foil nine; but factory Englishmen uro small ami punv. It ii i-Ntimntcil that 1200 Ions ol ostrich feathers lmvo liccn cxjiortoil from Ciiisa Colony, Smith Africa, (lur ing tb tmst thirty years, valuoil at 830,000,000. The house, n four-room locj cabin, In which Li fuller Murray, the, pram rtiarinn, was liorn, is still ntanliu on the bunk of the Swatnra Kivi r, twelve miles, smith f Harrisbtirp, Tcnn. It Was bttiit bv bin father in 1780. Tho condition of immigration hare vastly chmiffi il iu three-quarters of n etitury. There arrive 1 by nailing vessel in tho ("In supenko in the year l VJl n whole Russian village of 100 trons with their ptstor. Such gen- nil movement art miknuwii uo-.v, though lure groups of Russian llo brewH lleein from the mime region sometimes, cotue over, utul the Italians...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1894

IE. TALMAGE ON DANCING. THE GHASTLY GLIDE. Ih Multitude of Midnight Reveler Wr.o Become Imbeciles. IrlTt "Whfn Herod' birthday was kept, the daughter of Hero lias danced before them mi I pleased Herod." Matthew xlv., 8. tt I the anniversary of Iferod' birthday. The palace Is lighted. Tbe highway lend ing thereto are all ablaze with the pomp ot Invitod guest. Lord, captains, mercWt princes, the mighty men ot the land, ere coming to mingle (n the festivities. The table is sprad with all the luxuries that rival purveyor can (rather. The guest, while robed and anointed and pi-rfumed. come in and sit at th table. Music! The Jest evoke rears of laughter. Riddle are propounded, fb'psrtee is indulged. Toasts are drunk. Th brain is befogged. The wit rolls on Into uproar and blasphemy. They are not satisfied yet. Turn on more light. Pour out more wine. Musln. Hound all the trumpets. Clear too floor for a dance! Ilrlnic In Halome, the beatulful and accomplished princes. The door opens, and In ...

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. — 4 October 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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