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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1894

7 r V THE POST THE POST run tT (hci'difoni. I l DO! nil "Ortfnn." Ii rniio"( iiiir." It in r l.lk-. i nrilMue AuiIiii'vit mild out. Miiwripiiun ii.aonyoitr V;. i..,(,(orll'l,e"1,aii'1 tlu V". I' 0')'.- imii nr biwhii i" ,,.,!.miiiii uf topics of int..nttoltpiirni. VOL. 31. MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., OCTOBER '5, 1894. NO. 42. n ii .1 " f'J I II' Wft Wfl M ! Il l P&Wt ill J . j?Aviv., 'vnj vGf ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST A bicyclo for Bale at this office. Onoo more look to your Hues. About people we mcot clothes. Sunday was a typical autumn day. Tho loaves aro assuming various tints. The carpenter work at the bank is finished. The girl of the period knows bow to tie a knot. Heard in the stores where tliey j.l.i?rtise "cash." ''ii. Burns Smith of Bucktiell Uni versity spent Monday at home. Prof. C. W. Herman and Chan. M. Arbogast were m Fhila. last week. The county ticket is made up of men who will fill tho positions with credit. Tho Juniata County Teacher's In stitute will convene ...

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. — 25 October 1894

) 9 1 1 : !) 'i i. . THE HAPPIEST HEART. Who drives the bonne of the inn Khali lord II bat day Bolter th lowly deed were done, And kept the humble way. The rtirt will find the tworJ or fames The dtint will hl the crown i Ay, nonethnll null to high hi same Tims will not tear It dowo. The hApplont heart that ever boat Wn in tome aalot breast That found the common daylight tweet An.) l:t to heaven the rest. John Vanoe Cbcnoy, In Harper's. CHESAPEAKE (A $100 rtllZR BTORT.) T was ft mintftko to say that I didn't kuow ft horso from n mine, aura ft thing would bo absurd for mo, ft careful (tilde nt of untural his tory. Then to any that I know noth ing about driving wna h base exag geration. Many time liad I (stood on tho forward platform of a horao car and observed with tho greatest intercut how the thing was engineered. And if car driver isn't scientino, who ia? Hut I muMt admit that when I saw that horse, I had misgivings na to my own ability. Lit ruo descriho him. In tho first place, ho...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1894

tba tr tb' he ho st i still' hi! roll H'lUi the U-Il l b an fnr rcli "Hff t(l fit 1 la ilk I van S II' I nor IS. Hew Thermometer, i pew thermometer for regliterlBf . tiaat la pnmnnand of a llnuM sitrem" ..- - - -, - ,,., 0f sodium and potMslam, In Cad of mercury. Te boiunjr poinl Fl t Its froovlna- rmint. kDOVC. " r - - Never 14I. "A million people Out of work," says VwPpr writing oi rns dam times. tided to tbls misfortune are tbe phrlml Cs-nitUw wilb which thousands bare to Car. But there If one thing thnt Is never C ihooi thu deterred, It seek to cure such knd Dip InPIU a;r-i udhiiiiv wnvn 11 tune, inn la inn minion oi m. jacsn II. Among the rallliona there are thousands LqffTlllK Wll'l lirurnnjin, rur IU1K l( IS n Lt,KIy ear. Ve It and there will be ft Kousmd sufferers lees end a thousand thane more to get work and hold It. Bet- I r times may eome soon, and there la both 1q nice ine Rrem loinnij lur fmm IV nvip Lu out of painful troubles ant Into plaov ll- Mr. Window's Foothlng f...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1894

Publiahod every Thursday. Geo W. Wagenscllcr, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per year, Which tntlHt bo pulit In nilvnnro hen sent out nt1r the county.) RATtS Of AOVtRTItlNQ. All transient nflvertliomcnM not ntherwla Coiitrnetnil for will ! elmreeil nl III'1 rati' of 1 W-nM t line (ti'inparli'l measure) tor t1rt Inner tln nt 10 cfiiln per II in? lr every Mile,uent Insert tun. -. i'A nolirn v,t'.i;.hfl (rrr ; i.hOiiin ylry, Irilmlri irtjirrl, ,t , IhrrrfrnU rt Inf. Coopnr Si Whkp tiseller, Trop'ru. Thursday, Oct. 2., 1891. Standing Committeemen. A1ann.I. .1. MMilituwnrth. J- K- VeUomlf. Iieaverlrvln Klni'v. N:iilmn K-ee. Beaver Weal Aim Howell. William Heater. 'mn J. W. HhiiiiwI, r. K. lwry'. liapiimn-.lilm -1t. lUvlil A. l-nrtzllnc Kriinkllii I. II. Kiiterltne. .1. II. M"M. .tnek-uiti I. c. Klliiirli-r, Win. Martin. Mlflillrl.iltvll-.l. II. Kli'MiK W illiam F. reese. Mldillerr.-ek-W. A. r e,r. I. K. Mow. Vmiroe-O. A. kaiirfinan. '. A. Parletnan. vnn Irvm K. Ijiin...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1894

u ili Mnuc!i I'lntnk liomorviif . Brief Fun Schliffeltowo. Fit SaiwEFFEMiRENyrn Mispr.n Dhookeh : 1 arenter ih Sum KisBinRi-r m h aw k nhtorwn heit wor tie leniit, un ollua ih mi Ln.lHlita shtilo hare Ron en. Der llr Ilixlor hut en calculation rh lurid oh gelly Icicht der Sara Kin der net wennicber oh a hoonert kvler kuHiit. iow sell ih oraucu if fur en mon we dor Kmn Kissing lava nut hardt Mioffa far nft tutis, uu ch netut nw ollas oh Ufa con em gonna yohr ouu Beim IfipiiHlit far do expenn fun der ht tzu batzawia. Awer, en ih n do fashion ho, un according tzu fashion misBii do orma leit nw iin hta un grniHlnhta hhtile tout ma. Ieh cou inich noeh goot niiem, far yohra tzurick, oh bo U'icht not uiainer gakuHht hut oh ija bin tzwelf dawle. Awer e it uiT bo heitich dawgH. Eh in dor htnoot un do IiihIiioiih oh do ,ta hardt mauuht. . Ich wane h Root we de Bevvy oln ordlich ilihli rous coonia is Sundawgn im nU'ouieha dresH oh tziega cent void gukiiBlit hut, uwer noiv, i ho in do kan ich g...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1894

' - THE MUDLEBDRGH POST. GEO. W. WAGENSELLER, Kdltet. ABTHTJB E. COOPER, Manager. Mlddleburgh, Fa. October, 21. I'M. Idaho nilitie is the smallest in tbii country. It numbers 220 mon. Rajs the St. Louis Globe-Democrat: "Ooorgia farmers have been diversi fying their crops this year, and are rnoro prosperous than ever before in tho history of tho State. They are comparatively out of debt and will Lara fatted rnzor-bneks to kill for Chrirtiiias." Tho country known a Korea re etrublcs ninny other Oriental regions in t!ie fiict that the name which for eipuers use to designate it is but little known in tho country itself. The name "Korea"' was originally "Korio," tho title of n trivial State on the penin uln, but the Japanese and Chiucse applied it, in variouH foriuH, to tho entire country. Tho true official title of "Korea" wan ndnpte.l when tho various peninsular States were con solidated in tho fourteenth century. It is "Chrto-tien" or "Tsioseu," and uieitns "serenity of tho morning." ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1894

0 E TALMAGE'S SERMON. OCTOBER THOUGHTS. Wtb Compared to tha Annual Mlg-rs ion ;oi me jurat. I al..ll fflm. .n,l tKa m .. Ik. ne, swal'low observe the time of '..miflf. hilt mv nennle Irnnw tint thm ntKitfOt oi toe iorq. jereminn Tin., 7. rnen Vwl wonld aet hut beautiful Lnlil r'lt it flnnt. Hi fashion It Into a fish, kh'n Ha woalct sv it glide the air. Ha L(1m it into ' rt. Mr tent speaks of loar t . . L . 1 1. . al 1 ft a L. - a 1. l Ipl OI nwiuiiiiiiwiiiiiH'i-iiii iiuri.ui Hum rone affection that It n allowed familiarly -ifome In Holland and Otrmiojr and build hi B"" over inn uuurwny i ion iwmi (.positioned turtledove, mingling In color Lhttcsnd Mack and brown ami nshen and hrttnat t the crane, with roles Ilka tha r nol a trumpet uneewaiiow, twin aa a l.rt iihot out of the bow of hearen. fntllng. minting, tklmtrdng, selling rour birds (tried by the prophet t went r-fire ccnturlea f -- rlni , V. rMi .aw it, mrwm with ivt J ' " S " " " F ,li, .in truth under vlossv wlnir end In the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 25 October 1894

1 KELINSOROVE. It is a noticeable fact that more new buiMiiiK. Lave been trecteil in u-liimjrove, tbi tiuiniiu-r than for 11. any y ur before. Now nil wo i;m.1 i few f not lien ni.d the tvn 'vi'.l ciitainly take a boom. IVat without uiiinon among our j)-oj.li '.sc 'iui i.( vc'i-accomplish nnv ti in. . . .The (I. A. II. ami l. O. S. . A. t 1 1 It'll the services t the V. 1. S C. ). i-i the iiii-l Luthcrim cl.uich Ii-it Suinl i v tvi-ning. . . .The Owl Hi their opening ilunco on l.it Fi i'l ly night, in the Town Hall . ...lVf. Win. Noctling of the liioonihliiiri; Statu Normal Kpciit Suinlay with hit family Harry Htimiix'i, .'f Noithnmbeilaiul was in town on Sunday . . . .(J. W. Keller s t-nt Sunday i the 1'ast End Prof. (1. W. Wall.nin of l'reebuitr, made u bii-incsH trip to town l.it S.iliiid i.v V lecture will bo given it. the Thau lull on Tliurniluy night f. r the i in lil f th Olio Liter .try Society. . ..A Luge delegation of our - "iting people witnessed the Duck i.' 1! and I'r.i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1894

(,'o. Commissioner , 1 1 l lYTHE POST limn In the niunr. II l-l ill nil "("Tun," I I '.1 r.i' s i,'i"1 ..il.-ir." Ii n-.-t ii..'! . ii ii inmie A'i.hi.'.-r ..j.i.iui, Mill" i : ; " 1 1 j 1 1 ., ,.,.f VOL MIDDIJEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., NQVEMRER 1, 1894. NO. II!. TEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Cuts a swell the doctor. A stony stairmarble steps. A dead boot the othor fellow. A bicycle for sale at thin office. Go to the poll on election day. A monkey shine our new coon. An unruly spirit our new devil. Come to Middleburgh on Friday. A water haul the sprinkling rnrt. A burred of autumn the chest nut. Down in the mouth your store teeth. Do you read the Post? If not, why not T Making a name for yourself as suming an alias. The washwoman that sings is gen erally a soapiano. The Republican Club meets this Thursday) evening. Dr. Rothrock of New Berlin was iu town on Saturday. Miss Julia and Anuie Bibighaus isitcd at Millhoim last week. The Chester Hallowe'en parade had 5,000 men and boys in line. The ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1894

LIFE, I.lfe I a lxok Of "?ivir, white w. Riven us at birth, Wherein to writs ths reeor l of our lives Tlierecnrl st'di.h boyoiel us ttlll survives, Tlio story of our plltrritnug j on earlli. Our ev"ry dee.l r. i'i day wo Ink" thn pnnll nn I Indite On it ni-w jne our wlilio.", hopes and fe.ir, For uoo I or 111. An I so o-i thro' tli ynnrj Tim record t-row. ot every day nn ! nljlit. W mny not look At wlnt w on"o liiv.i li r l ri written, Imt Thro' mniiory i nor mny ws e'er itw A dlintlo thing llmt In tlier has Its place, Till nil is llni'lii'd, and our hook is shut. O soul, tnkn hoed lift's hook naught That in this shall o'er '.IT. ii I ; H i vi thou n raw shout tlilne every a"t. That thy I ool.'g lii' iuty may appear Intial, Nor Hot, imr hlotnlsh mar It to tlio en it W. II. time, in Chicago Trlhans. Ail Old Man's Romance CtfAW. you never IIOI'll III IOV" .' said tin) chili1, gravely. "No," re- plied the man ; ntnl a la i nt smile crossed his face n, till' memory of the hundred nuil i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1894

no cnnc in That lrolaslun. Mr. Sholllcks was terjr angry, fome one bad broken bta farorite iDCcricbaum, and replaced it In its rase. He questioned his wife and the erTaots about It, but they alike professed to be unaware tbat It had happened. rrrsently hU only son came In. George," said hi excited parent, do you know anything about hit broken pipe?" Father," sobbed the lad, "I cannot tell a He. Forgive me, father! It was I who did It I cannot toll a He. Forgive me, father! It was I who did it. I cannot tell a lie! Mr. Sholllcks patted tho boy's head, In Intimation that tho offense was forgiven, and then rushed from the house to melt Into an agony of tears. Hut It was not the shattering of Ms meerschaum that distressed him Dnw. Ho had quite forgotten It A worse thing had befallen him. "Heaven help me'." he moaned. Ever since my ion was born It has teen my ambition, my dearest wish, to rear him for my own profession; and now and now! Oh, It Is a cruel blow!" For M. Sholllcks was a law...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1894

Publixhed every Thursday. Geo W. Wagcnscller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription 1.50 per year, irhlrli muni tx mM In n lvnnrc when notit out mii tlio euiuity.) BATH OF AOVIATItlNO. All ir-nsi'nt niivrriiwiiii'tits rit ntliorwlw iyi,tnu'i.-t for will lMTliar-l m !nTiot l CiilH P'T llnr iri'inpurl' l inr.isun' T'ir tlrtt Ittvr Hon mil in --nl Iht liiiu tor evi-ry R'Hwauotit iDMTtliltl. tridulrt (. tr'ftet. (:. Ihrtf mill a Cooji.t & WatffiioolliT, Prop'r. Coming down to tie 1 district' ticket we hav Thad Malion for Con- cress. To say anything alrout him would be simply absurd. Ilia re cord in the last Coneres is the greatest reason for returning him by the largest majority ever jriven a candidate in the Eighteonth Dis trict and that is about what will be lone. Tor tho Legislature we have Prof. Chas. W. Herman, whose sketch we gavo in full to our re:iders last month. During his term as County Superintendent he visited all parts of the county and knows nearly every man....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1894

1 V Question In Mental Arithmetic, i farmer came to market with iome peaches in a basket, a tub nu bucKei. jus noises uecoraing frightened, the wa?on was booii minus the basket ami, i! peaches wPre scattered. Hon. tvoa hired to help pick them up for nue-fifth of tbem, while Tom, and Josh board ing the wn?on, helped themselves to one-half of what was in tho tub, aud pick filled his Ratchel with nil but a .lozeti of what were in ti3 bucket. Josh divided with TiMii so as to give him but one-fourth as much as his own booty, and while they wrangled kboul it, Ban. stolo half thei r peaches. Tom's heap had but ten then, while Dick had ono-half of Den's number, which was, by pny and stoftlict? twice as much as both Josh. nJ Tom had. How much did each have, and how many peaches in the wagon at firstT WEST BEAVER. At this writing (Monday) some of our farmers are not done cutting off corn. Others are through husking and have begun plowing.... Dr. Wagner of Adamsburg has been seen quite often a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1894

THE HIDDLEBURGH POST. GEO. W. WAOESSELLEIl, Editor. ABTHCB E, COOPER, Manager. Mlddlrburgh, Vk Xowmtar, I. 1894. Ationt thtt war between China ami Japan the Sun Francisco Chronicle muse. lut wars are tint always won lj the tiuinc-rioally fdrong. On tlio contrary, history presents an nlmoNt nuliroken n-poril of small and auda cious jii oplis whipping toji heavy auj luiubt ring ration". Tlio HiiHsiim court have reversed the assumption of tlio American triluinuU Hint, when n huslianil and wife aro drowned iu tho name disaster, the wife dies first. Tho Russian doc tors have testified unanimously that the man would lie the Hrst to die, be cause, the woman is mure agile and keeps herself lunger uliovo water. The (.rent wealth, either of the Mor mon Clnircli or of tho individuals at its In ad, has Been nnin demons) rated By the recent investment of .10,M0(l,-(KMl-v the '"I'M presidency" iu anew corporation called thr I'tnh Company. This in w coiiipany is ti operate coal Mines, a railroad, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1894

HE SPIRITUAL MIRROR DR. TALMACE'S SERMON. L,tr tb O on pel Reflect th Moral Fea tures or jam. itjt: "Ann nm munoinc mmr CM, 1 th ionl of it was or nrn, or inn iooic . giiic of thn women nssombltni." 1 u xxxvill., 8. X. often hear about thn irospnl In John, I th irospel in I,nk, and th gospel iu tl-.etr. hut I her Is Ju-t a inrelv a gopn Voi-i. snd a gospel of Jeremiah, and a . of I'avld. In other words. Christ Is ... rtninir to h found In the Ola Testa -t In t!m New. ifhn the Israelites wore man-hlntr iiih tli" wilderness thv carried their ,r-h with them. They railed It the taber , it was ft nitenn i tnf. very eostlv, rhraiitlful. The fnmewark wm mad otr-oicl't boards of eciolit woo I not In o'. silver. The curtains of the pise - rurplo end "irlt and hlue and . linen And were hum with most tiff loop. The candlesticks of Litwrnflo hn.l shaft en t r.'h nnl howl of solid boM, nnd th r nf cherubim ttmt stood there had ;nn' trnM. en I thers were lamp of gold, uniilT'T" of tfnlil, and ton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 1 November 1894

BEAVERTOWN. Mr. J. M. Kliin- is down with l.vphoi 1 f v r. . .Katio, n nine yenr oi l l.ni ,'ht( r of Joint Ailor, in a victim i f Hcinlft fcvpr. . . .Ner. Fees, fti.iiMi inrii w.is tin Hinniiior struck Ly liirlitius; und rmmiiued. wi'drd a i.cw ) 1 1 r 1 1 mi tln nit of the old onp . .Mi Mntfi,'i IVivis, after spciul-ii.- sfvciiil wi'ckt Iuti", 1ms returned to lu r li'iiiio iu rhilitdclpliiu CIiiih L. WVtzt 1 and family npeiit Sundny in Union Co. .. .15inj. Ili'itnlmch and wif of New Berlin recently vimted friends in town. Wnn Rohkh. TROXIILVILLE. Sir. Simon Sipe in on the Hick-lint . . . .The majority of our fanucrn arc tLiouuli luifkiiifj corn. . Our threnli srs have finished up their wolk list week; tind tlx- crow is now ho fat that they "wal.l.le.". . . .Our Has ting' Club will an to MiddlebuiKh on tlie Jnd. Tliis coming Thursday exeniin.', IlieClnlt will have iideinon Htnition nt this place, when R. V. Smith will mi raw 1 the tariff qucn ti"ii. mtkIN'M MiddloHwartli will nd .l...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 November 1894

I Co. ConiiniHKioi,,., i ;n THE POST THE POST ,, pmptiiHlrnlly NKWS l"A,.Kii,f,.rtliP yopl-n1 i tim '"" '"v."1: nwiiwlun of topic of l rim iiy tin' I'.iiiiim. II I lint alt "( l'ihi." 1 1 i it - i i .iiiiir." $1 o! SSKT ii,! :o,c 7.S 57 )S,5 H til 1. w rov ui'iit J! d 3til sua Y. Jill i JW tU I noti ITS, er 1)0 o. r Her IS' ;ces ANSH" ,IPS 1nU'rotW'tl,PBtroU8' '4 VOL. 31. II IM ' I ll.x.O'il lllllKRUe A llll Ill'Ur Nnlil Hilt . iii.. i Hit lull i i.r.ii .1 ri r MIDDLEBUKGH, SNYDER CO., PA., NOVEMBER S, 1S(J4. NO. II. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Election is over. Xxvius wont and woo. piil you loso your vote! A bicycle for Bale at thin office. IJepublican Club meetB to-night. A dove like woninn pigeon tool. A mortified man tho hod cairicT. IIavi you kept your election uroiuisc. Thursday, Nov. !!th will bo Thanksgiving Day. iteiliu charity hospitals receive on :iuuual subsidy of $:t."0,000. Best flour, $3.00 per bbl. CASH. Franklin Roller MlLLS. Hex-. Glase preached a very inter- Ltiug Bcr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 November 1894

THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. GEO. W. WAQENSEIXEIt, Editor. iilTHCB E. COOPEIt, Manager. MMillftiui-irh. la. November, m, n?4. It is related n singular that fat men seldom commit suicide. Tho greatest trouble in tho Korean war in likely to arino from a super abundance of umpires, tho Washing ton Star predicts. Tho fSerman Government has issued an edict thnt the names for new babies must lie taken only from tho Bible, and the roll of Priuccs and National heroes. Tho p cnnsylvania Supremo Conrt liaRaconftrmcd tho decree of the lower court thnt School Boards havo the right to exclude from tho publio f-chnol children who havo Lot been vaccinated. W. T. Stead says thnt founding uni versities was a favorite pastime of American millionaire, and (loldwiu Smith replies thnt such a institno is not easily to bo distinguished from public spirit an 1 munificence. On nccotint of the income tax in Germany the waiter employed ot tho report has to Keep book of the amouut of tips taken in by him. Not only bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 November 1894

'm TALIIAGE'S SERMON. THE WORLD'S PAIN. Afflictions of thU Life ere Legion In Numbers. Trit! 'Neither shall there b anymore pin, "Revelation xl., 4. The first question that yon sk when abont I change your residence to sny city 1st what is I'"" neann or inn piaeer is it r,s.Ven of terrible disorders? What Aretha tails of mortality? Wbnt Is the death rule? n hl?h rise the thermometer?" And urn I pnl reasonable In asking, What lira the unitary conditions of the heavenly cltjr Into which w nil hope to mnvs? My test n- hrr-rs It by saying, "Neither shall there be arv more pHln." Hrt. i remnrif. mere win ne no nam or ljiipolnttrnf In heaven. Iff could put th picture ot wnnr yon anticipated of lite ri-en roil began it nesiiie tne .net ure ot idt yon have renlisad, I would 'ind a great fofTerenee. Ton have stumbled Jpon great d,npolntments rcrhaps yon expected fi.'hin. nnd you hnve worked hard enough to sain them i you hnve planned and worried n1 persisted until your hands wore worn, and yo...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 November 1894

",. BEAVERTO'WN. Published every Thursday. Geo V Wagertscller, Editor. Arthur E Coopsr, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. which mihl ! pill In mlvnnrn whm sent ont nMi tin fount y.) SATIS Of AOVlRTISINO. All frinili'tit A'lvirt.u-rTii'iif tint ntlirrwNc Cintr,i''ifi i.r v. Hit rlmro'l nt (V n'' of u font kt llii'' iii'itip'irli'l iiMMNiiri-) fT ftrt inwr. Hon mi 1 10 1'ftitt mt liiii- for rvrry militfii'irnt in.Til.ni. iruum xt t.tp,;'t, it ., r,rv r-'i r it (inc. ConpiT vV WiitfiMifolli-r, 1'rop'rs. Thursday, Xv. S, 1 Sf 1 . GROWING OVER VICTORY. -y3r EVERYTHING REPUBLICAN! HASTINGS GETS 234.855 MAJORITY MORTO TARRIES (W YOP.K. -WITH 160,000 MAJOWITY. The funeral of Horace S. Spechl was held from Lis father's residence last Thursday forenoon. Iter. P. C. Weidemyer officiated. ... The Dub Kite, fact ion cf the Evangelical Asso ciation will build a church on a lot donated by Moses Specht....On Saturday night a wreck occurred on the S. .V L. road a short distance west of town. No ...

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