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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 4 October 1894

rtumtlie Vawlitlmnk lK-mncrnt. Brief Fun Schliffeltown. MiKTEii Dkooker : Oui uaignht niiilwucb Kio ich nocli Reading in olt Burrick couuty un tend ile wectiiig fun iler Pennsylvania Deitsh Kocict y. xl wann k'L'b aw Belwcr suwg, cs is al,out il l'Pt-lit society in der pons I'uitcd ShtatoH. De members sin tzu Bawga nil f uu benbta tthtoek. Uc turoi es but kit im lond on babawp ta Jo Dutcbnienner Bin yubt utiRnl aruty, ilooma un donbfeehieba dinn er on nix winsa. Awer wnss in now de wobrat T Supose du tiavtlnbt atnobl dorricb, T.prbaw. lianicks, Lebanon, Len- e abter un ounera counties in Pennsyl vania wo s besbt lond is, nut growa ronta shena first raty geil, fetty uxa Je sbensbta un sniaitsnta weiver un g'sunty kinner, un ollas in iirit raty order, in olla gaigenda fun selk r wrt sin do leit fura besbta Pennsyl vania Deitsba sbtock. Awer gic amobl on plctz wo tzu sawga nix wox'd os bucklebaira, disbtla, wull- kruut un ho sbtuft, doit sliwetza do leit nil Et:t;lisb, un wissa nix fun...

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. — 4 October 1894

SONO OF THE THRUSH. Whn Rreenly blooms the bonding wheat, An.1 tlifrr.lit8 dot tho v.ilc, Anl fnlntly scents thn niTi low swart, Anil kino lo brim thr flowing pill t Whnt time tho pewoo lnvfs his pjrih An'l on tlm slonfly tests his wlnijs Wtnro w!iit"ly tflcn-ns thn silvnr tlrch. Then In il.'irk woo l tho woo l-lhrush slnj. Whn pnt tho liny tin tnx.i'liws l.rown, And st ;in lth whnt In hnn lo 1 shock. An I slow tl.o stro.niM tricki"- down, And sutili-.-itiis Im'si tin rlfto I ro-ks Whnt time the ilo.f- Inys Vin to wane, And sUcs nr ) dun, nil I Juno Is oVr, And milk tin hk'li-pois 1 wo:it!nr-v.ini Tho woo 1-thriish sins In woo Is no mow. Wlion aster fringe tin woo linn I ways, And will ifrnpis hung on fnno nn 1 trw, And hills ii r hi 1 In rlvning hnz". An I ilown tho gulh tin str'vtwMs II )0 , Whnt tirnntlin llrst soft imil turns, And n r" I s'mle tin sirnivli fling, An I on stoin walls t!n Ivy hums tun m-r In woo Is tin woo l-tlirush sings. WiIIiiiih IIUvV In Youth's Co-npiulon. ST...

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. — 4 October 1894

L TO NO. RE. tW ask J flrss l. oM-fJ Ixet" of ' ko I li.im ' ha; ti N n a t, "e j i m. ark i i Ta- rhor. ill i uch1 or i e hi. e tn irs.'i of I in a avf sav ill I vi- ve I :ha: a : lab inc: th I'.. hT mid III l'h Ion in rvcr Cost of Growing Wheat. bt United States Department of f-(culture na Issued a summary je from estimates of 25,000 farm- nf tho west ana .northwest ami l.OOJ experts of the department on . euft or growing wncau The av cost per ncre for the rczlon cor. 1 1 is ti 1. 09, while the acr:iKo foi ronin is tuore man a dollar hlirh- r urounci rent Is thi I,Ttc5t single Item, and estimated nearly M per acre. 1 tie principal n of cost nave renia ned about al during tne past four or tlx U, being slightly higher where any Cnpo I noted, owing to Increase of of laotr aunng tne prosperoul ici rrom w iwt. During t period, however, the erica of f, at fell nearly one-half. As a re. It cither wheat production must be trlctcdor a large part of It must jone at a loss. phe CouM n FamllU...

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. — 4 October 1894

A Court Proceedings Court coimwil Mnliy, Sept. 21, iv.14, 11 uVlork A. M. PrefPut, Hon. II. M. MYCW, 1. J., Hon. .Tt-rt-iuinli ('rouse find Hon. Z. T. i mlx rli'ii;, An in'f Ju i h. H. M. Dirk, (I.e. L. pi. v. (,. K. SprrLt, mil Hi mvv 1;. '.Ai' v. 1 rv i-vi ..inti-il I ilt I VI '-. Of.VKTFi; Sl.-(N'. On ju tition uf unite n liuinlur f f MONROE TOWNSHIP. m- Sowinu tlie mvA, cuttinj? the corn, and iiickin wiutor apple is about all the go The water in the Pmn's ('rork is once more clc:ir and the H ih ntiRli'rs can agnin ho noon along tho cii tk, but have not ween any ciuulit if lute The yield of pota- tot- m li;;M, Hcarcely one fourth crop . . . .Ni l limit App ami family attend ed tin- Li vinbuiif fair. . . .Hva Lenig ;U (Ualilifd K rtoiH f iisliinlnn Qf ,.,. nillinburj? is pnyiutf her township, tho phu-e of lioblint? tlio brotlicr, 11. L'iiiR a vinit at pres ent John Groan and family were the cui'sta of P. II. Liniir. . . .The ?IMiiiio hi lmul upi hid 011 mouday. William 1'ulirk ih ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1894

THE POST J Co. Commissioner, 1 1 M THE POST rVn I'Ttli'' People nn1 , i WiK Its rol Jratif nlwB.vo- nfr .,H. Ji' n"m 'l"l,l'" , '.rr,.t to Its Parous. li nni ! 1 1 , liter. I' l I ' 'a. 1 II Mill- I, i.lhit.-' II li' V I ..; . i ni,(,sur A lei In" , - l, ,,, , i i : ., ; l..-..iii jr.i i VOL. 31. M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER 11, 1894. NO. 10. 1 ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Falling chestnuts. Iu order honsoeleaning. Just iiiHule house plants. Au unruly horse nightmare. Dangerous running accounts. ()M newspapers for Halo iu this oflice nt 11 cent 11 hundred. See H. L. Phillips' new nnnounct -mu1 nt in another coluiuu. Clearfield county is to have mi almshouse to cost !?:W,r5. Fifteen thousand people attended the Milton fair lust Thursday. Sheriff Dolender and family at leu Jed the Milton fair hint week. The Masonic Lodge will meet iu Selinsgrove on Friday evening, Oct. 12th. The large door for the bauk vault arrived on Monday. It weighs 5,500 pounds. Mrs. E. 0. Aurand left on Tues...

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. — 11 October 1894

THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. GEO. W. WAOENSELLER, Editor. ARTHVB E COOrO, Manager. Mlddleburgh. Pa. October. II. lays. Tho average American eats thro times tho nmottnt of mutton that be lil ton year ngo, atxl, tho New York WorM claims, there in no reason why he shotthl not eat at leant throo times 4 much ah ho now moo. A pront ileal of trouble is expenilcil 5n educating the showy, high stopping horse. According to tho Scientific American he in trained to stop high anil not showily hy being driveu along a path whereon rail are net crosswise; ho steps high to nvoiil stumbling, anil in time always stops high. Willi n Miflieiciit number of pneu matic f;iun capable of throwing half a ton i f ih tmniite to tin indefinite, din tanoe ami lifting nn acre of water some liiin.lroiU of foot into the air, like Hint one tested ivt Nnuly Hook a day or two ngii, tho Now York Tri bune thinks the Amorienn Eagle oil:'ht, fot the present, to be able to rood in security, ho fur, Ht auy lute, iih hi count line ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1894

1 SECRET OF TRUE BEADTY. HOW OBTAINED. From tha Btory or Baaassah. Tmt- " nd ha brought up nadnsMb,' rather I'.. " henntlf"' child bom In tb cardial flfP.'ri. "a" waan rpnananlaeaptlr. ,f pr-ni psvinir "mn nio'm rrom their 4ri"ill' home "nil carried to Rhushan and h1,l Hie', leu vlng their rlamrhter poor and ; irin- lurl. Hut an Israelite who had ,n .-irrio I Into the ne captivity was at . lv the of tb orphan. II edu- ,t,.. d in iii noiv religion, anil under tn rrtOf oi inin kim..! ninu mis nuiiieti ciino. oe- to iteveion it sweetness anu excellency .ehiracter. I' rTr equaled, ncrtnlnly never ,fpn.,i. r.'nutlfnl Hadanhl Could h it i loni""! wnerevr spar ner from hU .nmohoM? tlor artl-Mnm. hur s-lrlish .port. I'T Innocence, her orphanage, hurl T.ninil themlve thoroughly around hi ,irf. I'i'i a around cnon parent heart .irnnir 'I there nr tendril climbing and -t-'nlng nnd blossoming and growing unwf b w liko other who have r"ln'M "t home wondering sometime If .witna W'H i'ow and denth...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1894

$fr gKVbUlmrgfc lost. Published every Thursday. Ceo. V. Wagcnssller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $(1.50 ycr year. Which must t' P'l1 in nrtvnnoe when sent out lie lite county.) ATtS OF AOVlRTItlNO. All truii-leut wKertlement not otherwla ConlM.,l'"'l for will lw i lmrifi'il t tliemieor is rnti ix r Mil.' MiMiiMrlrl mennire) for lint Inaer ;im uti I in. eni., r line for eery HulMenueiit Insertion. -"''. ifi'irn ;..iU.e-l free ; Miliary yoelry. Irilxi'm Kl i ;. !., three mill l low. Cooper Si WafimflliT, l'rop'r. Thursday, Oct. 11, 1894. Standing Committeemen Vlatni-.l. .1. MMclleswnrMi. .t. K. Ket tcmlf. Ileaver-lnln Klii"1). Nullum lienor Wet Aiim l!ow-ll. William llentrr. CentreI. v. Mtliitnel. '. K. llTp. clmpiiiiin-.lolin Heller, lnv(l A. I'ortllne. Franklin -4. It Knterllue. 4. H. IMI. .I.I. KS..H-.I. C. Klliik'I'T. Win. Martin. MI.MIfl.nrifli I. H. ltli"'N. Wllllatnr. rcee YliMI.'ereek-W. A. KnliT. I. F. H'. Viniriw- it. A. Kn'iHiniui. A. Farlefimn. IVim IrUn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1894

f u r n i t Ore Cliaito ani Parlor Mr. SELINSOROVE. Keely'sokl nftBh factory is being TU; l Anntliov rf Ilia Ivory iMU ;int ineinrutoeB 01 sennsBrove s Lrnipr prosperity JiHPlM'",njr. . 6oap '.. V.iinun flub of thin place attended ,(. inn" inuetiiiRS at Freiburg and i ;e Iian nu.l Mrn. U. JJotiinri 01 ijy. ' r.. aro visitins friends in he K""1 " 1 ' ' JIiHS Lizzip Sbcc- ,,r who liacl boon vimtiug .miss iiiiu I'V1'- 'or sevfiul weeks, 1ms returned to her home 111 (hranlH- lie. . l'rof. Chun. II. Albert 01 the llooinfbiirg State Normal school urioil witb bis fatber ou Sunday, lie was on bis way to titter, J tench- t IiiHtituto in Emporium.... Urn. U Heimbacb and children of IfilleifbnrR are visiting ber mother, llrs. B. A. Moyer....Our lockup Lid its first occupant this year, on Lt Monday night. The pity in, it ... woman.... The manager of i.mioiiary'B Foot Ball Club, inform- 1 na that tbev have a strong team M several games are scheduled for e near future. . . .J. J. Oiven and f of C...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1894

, f- I'liAUriPUL THING3. Omi'lftil frt nrs thnwthat lf If n-Mti r l.:tl If lurk or fair -'Violr-onul""! honesty printed thuro. I. ":i;i:l!nl ivm nro tliosn thnt show I.Ue pfv.il i'inn wpt heart flres clow, I: '.ni!l'ul thotiM4 thst burn Ixilow. l;--n ii i fn I nr. thme whose word I. fro ii tli" Inwrl like tho nonir of birds, let whow tittprin 'i- prudence girl. It rt 11 r if ii I Ii hi Ih tire tlin.i t lint iln rtorl; tlmf H earnest, brave and t ru. Moment hy twmi'vit Hid hunt lny through. III- intlfnl feet nrrtfhooitli.it o i lii k n 1 iv mlnitri to nn I fro 1'iiWll ImvileM w.iy. If (Jod wills o. IV-nit i'ul vlimlilT nr those tlmt bear 'I'awii'w Inr.lcu" nf homely ear. 'vitli piticiit t.'M'"Miu I daily pny.-r. fienuti'iil liv iir" tlio..i that l,cs -ili-iit riv.-M of luipjin ", Win 1 Wd l.-ti f M :tt ni :i Imt few triy gtn. PRULIETTE KELLY. W H vrr.KXE PtL.MFI!. I J II Kelly farm house (where lived Hiram Ki'llv ninl l'rulii It.-, Ins m. t -r ) w its 11 muchly ('apbonrdcd, 11 ii pai...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 11 October 1894

0caaae They Wer Men. ITere it t rotiTerution between two men that I heard yesterday moral nn. If they had been women I wonder what would bare hap pened. Have you met the new partner In that Arm yet?" Yes." Ihe a young man?" o: not Tery young. About your iir. I should think." po yo i think I am old?" Oh, not very old, but you are con siderably older than I am." -I doubt that, but how old are you?" I'm 30. How old are you?" Thirty-seven." Thon I Ani younger, but I thouaht ou were even older thin that. You (K,k older." oh, you think so?" Yes. Maybe It's the bald spot that makes you look older. Then you have an old figure, too." All this was said In perfect earn ptnc, and yet the men parted friends. Coronal ilnttrr. Torre are several factories In India and one, at least, In Km ope, hat at Mannheim, Germany, where butter If made from cocoa nutA. A Mraaa Out al ih DlMnalir. Any strain or tmoillnir of tna t.aolc for ant iMftth of Urn lean It In weakened ron- illtloo. A mnana out of the dif...

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. — 11 October 1894

A Beautiful Memorial. On Tuetdiiy 1 int mi unique mo- liiOi iul w:- iln' -1 on liii buiiiu lot nt Scliiiii ov.- y K-. V. A. H mn, ji. m-Mii n v .f hi-, il' pu ti-'l wife, iiinl .ml" .1 I'l I' K'K'K Ul ::uiit- i ! li l t i.i, Willi a .1.11).' I..:ill.i : f H" fiU'll i cliiiMi' l from Willi mi Moy- .if I- ' Ils , :mJ wn tiki-n it ion by Mi'ssi'. !. ' .it, U.iTuiu', vin with team i .iif- I:i I it '?' without ii M-iiti'i iip-ii Hi Iiniu-l ition. inn K ck it jiHtns it cmiiiu out of thn H .any, u -hunt laolinurks or polihh i xccpt tin' two poli-hi-il piiiH-ls. On the fro it p on 1 i- i't : SAI'AH A., ' f I!, v. W. A. Ilm-., .1 iminry 1 0 . t ir' hhIh p mi l MARRIED At the Reformed I'arnnnatfp, New Berlin, l'n. Oi t. lili 18M, y Iter. S. Sidney Kolih v. Mr. DunielB. D loiiiftin l li II i u null C Vomiila both of IviHt Buffalo Twp., Union Co. ii, 1 (,' liiif.v l .. -it ic ' i : ivi v a-. i", 1 III 111 k-1 If. II! -II. Th vith i f hi, : umI ! . . ' 1 . I v. .. v Christ -Sinvt). ' til- Vll' t...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1894

Co. Commissioners, 1 1 94 fe(5Y what ( raw THE POSTJ THE POST Sunn"" Rlw"." "I1"" '"r uiorrst W im prttrotis. VOL. 31. TEMSof LOOAL INTEREST jfotv coon in town. This i" outuinn weather. Foit-I3all in now tlio cry. Arbor Day comes on Frid-iy. good moaler tho butcher. Hammered into fits horse tdiocc. Skins a bml eye a rotten potatce. At work on the streets tlio bog- .ri. Life in awfully full of politics now Jays. Tlio Base-Ball season in nearly lOHPll. A quick drop in potatoos that iot one. Turbotville has started a '"snit" .ictory. Suow fell in various partH of tl o late os Sunday. Ships that pass in the night ourtships. Talking through your sleeve let- or writing. Euvy loosens more tongueH than Juiiration. Education polishes a man hut uins a fool. Republican mass meeting at Selins - ove, Oct 23rd. Tho Republican Club meets on rhlay evening. A. A. Utah, of Middleeroek was in lown on Saturday. h cession of argument court wai iit'iAtoVniinrfetfay.' A new step has been placed in jli. of...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1894

THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. GEO. W. WAGEXSELLEB, Editor. AETHCn E. COOFER, Manager. Mi1clli!uri;li. Pa. October. 1. 1H4. Eight million people in the United States own their own homes. Russian ofticial are devising a com pulsory insurance scheme for crops, in order to injure against famine, such as thnt country in-rioJicnllT experi ences. Tho London .News says that the Nicaragua Canal renst bo built by Americans or not at all, as tho United States would certainly seize it in cise of wr.r. Tho concentrated essence of fact is imbedded in this little jinglo: The constant drop of water Wesr away tho har't'-t Mono T!.e constant irnaw of Tnwser Mnt i.-nt'-ft tin1 toughest bono. Tl) constant coming lover Carrie off tin blu-dilntr maid, An I t!n constant advertiser I tin-one who get the tr-ele. Tmk Hteiinierri Iiuto for somo timo been nseil fur currying petroleum and jiiiiinsHcM, but it has remained for a Louisiana nmti to bririK' the tank into UHo fur tiioIiixseM un shore. He iuteuds to hninlle t...

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. — 18 October 1894

H TALHAGE'S SERMON. POWER OF PRAYER tan' Strength Insufficient toFbjht tin Orcrwhclmlnc Tide of Bin. itm "Tim mm rowed hard to bring to th land, but they jould not, where for, (ey cried unto tha Lord." Jonah 1, 1-1. yitliMtloti In the Medlttentneiin Re a1 rtvs irn perilous, peelnlh to In early TimiIi wer propelled partly by snll in ! pnrH v by our. When, by reason of great trm of weather. It w neoPMnry to ref idiiriinvHA or haul It Id, than tha vnwl waa ntlrly ilTTirlfnt upon tha onn. iometlme ttrentv or thirty of them on either lde of ttire-e. Yon would not venture outside Mtir hurtKif wlfh auch a craft na my text fo ' Jonah tuning In. bat ha bad not mueh fhoico of vessel. Ha waa running away frrn the Lord, and when a man I running unv from the Lord ha ha to run very fast. fic l nnd loin jonan to go to Mnevehto nnoui inn ne-irucuon or mnt city, on ih disobeyed. That nlway makna rough iter, whether in tha Mediterranean, or tha Atl intl . or the reelne, or tha Caspian Son. It l a ver...

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. — 18 October 1894

ft Published every Thursday. Gjo. V. Wagcnscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year arhl.-li must Ik p-ilil til ililvntiro ll!'t B.'nt Out- Mill.' II UIH.V.) HATCS OF ADVIATISINO. All trutlHllMlt B'lViTtl-M'IIH'lltH not fithtTWlS p.m'ruti.l fur III C-llU 11. T HlH' II'HIP irl II. ill mi I M I (lit I tn'rll."i. Mt'l'-mh n.'.Vr. ,...l.li.l. tr" : 'mri pnrtry Inliu'r, , I ir....'(, !-, I lift fill' l Co(ht iV Wtitf'-iKMilliT, l'rop'rs. I'h.iriri-il nl tho Ml oT 111 i-r llm- lr mi) miij.Miii'i Thursday, Oct. IS, 1891. Standing Committeemen. 1iim".t. MliMli'Kwiirtli. .1. K. rVttcrolf. H.Mivr-lrvlii Klm y. Nullum K"'-m-. Iiphvit Wiki Aiii'iKll'iwll. William llintcr. , r, . w. smiipwl. '. K. llTiri. ('Iiuiiiihii-.ImIiii h.'it. lrvil A. Tori .lino. Franklin--.!. It. KiiKtIIii.-. .!. II. H"llif. .I.i. -k m I. t . KlliiKh r. Win. Miirtin. Ml.lill. lmrvli-J. II. HIi'mmI". WlllliiniK. Fi'OHO. Mlilillwrwk-W. A. K.h Iit. 1. F. How. MnliHM'-l. A. KantTinan. '. A. Fail' ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1894

SELINSGROVE. . A certain conple of our "Canaries'' ghouU be treated to a dosa of the jliJJleburgh "jug" for their be Lsvior on our streets. .. .Jos. K. Scbarf of Bayard, W. Va , pent several dnya in town Joo thinks tbe Krrublicaus nre nuro winners in utato Mrs. Milton Jairett and Mi. Newton Jnnxtt left on a visit to Iodinna. where their husbands re emrloj ed at bridge building. Mrs. Chaw. Fisher of Sunbury, spent Sunday in town.... Mrs. F. J. vjclioch attended the meeting at the State Sunday School convention in nPtii)Rdon, last week.... Mrs. A. n Carrey of Huntingdon i visiting her parents, Geo. Fby and wife.... rchie Miller, our freight agent, sain injured his back by heavy lifting after being nt work only a few days. Charlie Wetzel is work inginhis place.... The foundation wall of the new bank building is nhout completed.... Miss Lydia Kisberwasill during the forepart of the week. Miss Aunie Boyer sub mit uti'd her iu tho school room . . . . jj F. Tanner spent Sundav in Sha ni'ok...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1894

sono on SIOH. TThrn bright skim seem fur swsy, Smile, and think Deeamher's Msjr ! When the (now falls day no 1 night, Weave It Into roses whits ! Never mind how !nrk the sky, If you slnff you'll nover ilih I Old worM, ns she roll alorir, Ptlll makes muslfl slnirs a song! Every tlrl on every freo Makes somo sort o' meloly ! C'nn't you slntf, or can't you toy? II you jlnrf you'll never l 1 Every wiysMn has a rose, Kvi-ry storm n rnlntovr shows 1 When, you see the sun decline, Glvo the stars a elisnre to shlno' ttm nun t fin stars on hlt;li Sintf your son mi l n-vr l(jh ! Kr.-ink L. Stanton. A Matrimonial Venture, T was tho old, old story, lint, as a mutter of introduo tcry fiiot, this talo throughout in of a character very cum- m on pi ace. Mr. J aoob V i t L a m wanted a wife. In seokimr. how- " rjf- - --vi t-vcr. f. ,--51 ever, for n partner - -t" i w ith whom to nharo "Zyl nnmn, liberty Hud other heredita ments, lie resorted to tho not iinirocc denteil hut somewhat unconventional m...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 18 October 1894

WMaabaJr'a Oaad. To rusks oof own troubles tb means of Itlpio' h troubles of others Is a tiobla sf (crt for (too J. A wall fllustratsil Instance of Ikit kindly sympathy la ibown In a lottsr horn Mr. Enoch L. Hsnseom, School Agent, tfsrsbfHd, M., an old Union Holdler. Ho mrt. "It may do somebody Mn Rood to tite, I am a man of 60 and whan 40 bad a . i an,l vkanmaHim I. t klB0 IHrw yiwrn niri vr-i) "nil must Ql IDI me. I got nr. jaeona uu ani pat It on th,re lime " uin cuiQi a nm BUW Mr. Wlnslow" tfoothlntj "rmp for children art n i , .L. .l.. . ,- livu. aj - r!,T..Mftin carriage have tbe right of way in lifrnu. It, Kilmer's P.wAWT'-TtooT cures) all Kidney and Bladder troubles J'Biiiplilet and Consultation (ma, Labrntory IUnKbamptou.lS. Y. Tbe French Montpeller gave name to tbe mn"il'xl, "T -mo, a,..,,,,, . i.. - waff I lf-iiirtrltall at Iter hfilf la .on f 1. 1 - - - - Karl's Clover Root, the (rreat blood pnrlflar. SWIII 1 lf"S 1 ' II l'i innwi i V till- mmiiw I Md curaa constipation....

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. — 18 October 1894

Most of the outdoor work on the Capitol pioumls Ami lHiiMingH linn Leon roinplt'tml for this your. Other improvement nie contemplated fur next yrnr in the event of tho Legis lature lieini poncrons. Aaron MkUlleswarth of Millmont wns Lrnimbt home from Washing ton n corpse on Monday. He was killed on the railroad. DR. KILMER!! 15. Gunzburper ingoing to Phila. j next week to buy a new stock of Fall On Ti!-Kl;iy evenin;? some girU and Winter goods. from t he other end of (own v ho niv I , , , ii i 4 i . ... i i Mrs. ,. (;. Aurond lias just re- oM ei""i-.'h to know liettir, inad l ,A . , , ,, ,. u,,,,,.,.:. eo,lK.,ieo 1,v te,.rin!r.,,n-,,lfro,nlhn ty irith full line down 1 1 : ut l'rof. Ihllliunlt's mill Mrs. !.i!iii;huiis' r Hidenees. Tlie I'.ditor of lliis jmper spent Kutnl.'iy ut Wilkes I'mire ; tho Man nger ut 1 the iingel were to Nelins U'lOVeMi. l theibvil was at Ijewis town, vvi.ih-lhe foreman remained n' li 'i h .uid went to church. I. L. Mmkle, n Hlooiulield at- fn'Ti-y. i 1 1 1...

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