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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 8 November 1894

7 I - I- . if iion. n. k. Konrr. ARPinllmnn from t'nton Co. Foot-Ball On S:ittirl:iy Nov. I'nl tin HurU 11 .tiliv K Hit -kill train iium Slin'iNivr to play with tin- l,vn it Mi.nimrv Institute. 1,(. I'.m Kiu llitcy hrmijiht two nu n mm 1 1 1 l'nt timii. For nwliilo !w Mis.ioiiiirv Imvn ivt'iisril to Jl:tv. Tin- matter viitin:illv inmpi'miii! !.v ii I lowing the home team to take Lu men I Von i town. Tin- pime Ik- in earnest at :':'' 1'. M. In he first rush the licuneteain showetl !i,ir siiier'nr strength ami skill, hurt halves were plaved. At the n,l of the first half the seore was -I (i in favor of the Missionary mvs. The Iimnr team kept the hall i tlie visitors' territory all through he "Mine. Just Ik t'ore the elose of 1 he frame, th" Institute hoys ni.-hel he leather across the line making a .mil down from whieh a pial was kirktil. The frame tltl Illnitl mariiifr eheers aiul a si-ore of 1(1 to iitliiii;: in favor of Missionary In--t it lit-. (i EX Kit A I. J A M KS W. I. ATT A. ...

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. — 8 November 1894

STATE ELECTIONS EXCITING CAMPAIGN ENDED IT WAS A WELL Hit lillT IIATTI.F. OX AM. NIOKS. HILL DEFEATED IN NEW YORK W. I,. WINon'n IlMrld (lalmcd lj liolh I'urtlts. RANDALL'S DISTRICT REPUBLICAN The Largest Vote Ever Before Polled in Several Statos, The Republicans hiivn carried Now York state l.y estimated pluralities ranging (mm l!H),0lMi to l.'.O.OOO. Thcsn llguros represent tho probable plurality of Levi I'. Morton, Rep., for governor, over David II. Hill, Item., based up n the vote of Now York city Bil l llruoklyn complete, nnd returns from more tliaii one-half of tlio election districts hImivo the llnrli'iii river. Tlio total vote for tho two loading candidate in con siderably In mwm of that ollt foe Flower unci Factt for governor In l'il. In addition to which H tin) void iMt tin year for F.vorett 1'. Wheeler, I n .1 p.-ii-1 -n t Iiemocrat, which will exceed a i.oou. i i,,, tremendous Repub lican sweep In the city mi l state, It is esti mated, has elected a;i Republican congross...

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. — 8 November 1894

" Tb Conrrntlafl Up. The compressed Hp beloted by the novelist is a Irq of weakness rather ban strength. The strong man bu CTCrr feature, every physical attri bute under control. Assured of hta men's obedience, the commanding officer does not habitually keep his Hp muscles in a state of tension. Look at the sea captain, the most ah. ,0;ute monarch on earth. Ho carries lutborlty and power In his face, but It resides In his eye and the confident assurance of his easily set mouth. Every spar, shaft, and muscle In his foatltiK realm must obey htm, and be knows iU This Is probably a reason why the sea captains and the engine drivers sbow a certain simi larity of type. The enirlotf driver can make his captive Riant, strong as ten thousand men, obey the pressure (lf his tinner. Ills Hps are usually calm, like tboso of the statues of the wleldcr of thunderbolts on Olympus, Who ever saw a man, commanding a man-of-war or driving a locomotive with tbo contentious Hp of a tcbool usher? Many ele...

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. — 8 November 1894

SELINSGROVE. It i- true that, "Miin is but bu inn,"iui.1, "A stri-nm onnnot riso Itich.r tlmii ituHourco." Tlit'iefoie kiiiiiiiitity h iverrvly to sinilo and ov'i 1 "k the niMioi: of thosn srlf u.ip u ! mt nu n, win , wl.ci cboHi-u minor (itlicc, itniiuinn tliry r ni i "1 tin- iiinvt iiK of the earth 1Tti 1 iw H 1 1 1 -il;i!ii:tlul OVI-r lllO 'ujin-. u. :it ; of Ic-dinl hodics. Lit tl.t-i, i .Inn-, tliry urn liiiriiik-sn. . . . TV. C. X. 1'. O. S. of A. ln-M u tin k' y siipp r in their bull on tl o nctiiiw of Nov. 1 .. It bas bcn i"tic.-l llri ib iiL'tjitx, lil;i' iWtors ruftr to tukc the medicine Pie--rilf 1 by houuj one '1s. . . . D.ir. M;iUUnlid 1M. lutlntr of Plain., I lni' ily of tbi.4 iiliH-u worn visiting MitoMi i'lofn. No'llin : Ib'ii- Jiick- of (lie 15looiiir,lurt Noiiuiil T.ll'l- liHiH' to vote lll-t. Ov.viiM, Abo li.n bcrli riiiliilicil lo bU bc l for v r .1 inoiitli", i-t i. lit ii,'iiiii 1. it. I'.lioi l-i wu in towi on S itui'ibiy. ... 1 'i. Smitli of Fm -Ijuri? drove ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 November 1894

f 1 A THE POST ' 7 POST fmnhtlrntty ft MCWS-rirKiU''rui"l'iHpi'-niit L u iwpip- i ,' ?."! n-.iiMsiiin of toiili-a of luv-w W l" Pair"""- VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Squaw Winter. ludian sunitncr next. Subscribe for tlio Post. Heavy weight porkers are being reponeu. rutrouizo the mrrchonts who nil eitirto. Stable currency tbe juice of livery riff. An old hand at tbo business the hand of time. Show tbe Post to your neighbors who Jo not Ret it. Tbe Dubsites celebrated t h Lord's Supper on Sabbatb evening. J. K. Suiith of Duncannon, vn a .it-itor at tbe county went on Sutur lay. Go to Bee ' 'messmates" at Selius .rove on Fridav and I Saturday e ve- Dr. McCosb, Ex-President of Princeton College died hint Friday i.isht. Mrs. James P. ttiuitb is vinit iiiu Bier hou, Albert, tbo editor of tbe Uizabethville Echo. There will be Xinaa exercises in lassinger'B Brick Cburcb on tbe 4th of December. At Schroyer's, Selinsgrove, you an buy 25 loaded shells for 35 cents, r 100 shells for $1.40 H...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 November 1894

MONEY. When bwi went forth in black continuous stream, And steadily return ante the Mv, When ill (be air with humminir la alive From pearly dawn to day's Inst golden Kleam t Then It thoovns to work an ! not to dream t l ! If your honor tiri you w.mt to thrive, (Km hungry drones with robber bees con nive,) Thnt you tuny Rather nil tho bloMim-er'vin). Vit let mo pmis-i a moment on tho I ritik II"twoi'n yon flower-calyx on 1 Its spoil What Inlior lntrvennth ! Only think, What you lj:n pi i.v, to Uvt nn I mo 'tis toil, Vt InVor, persplr.itinn, many n sllnir, Ho I've tbo honey cliccrfiilly I sing! Tho Academy. THE YOUNGEST CLERK Jiv iieu:n roniiKsT rniAvr.s. s t beggar, ''Jy Jam?" said Mrs. --in T - 11 a l. the ffef . 7p l-' i't)fp c r ii t ii r eP5&89HS BW,,v! Uivcbir 'v'?V tt ot mil: WrWMt'Vj hii.I Hl.it f tli, i ro uni a giuss of milk WtV.'-J Hlltl A liit of tint "Please, ma am," said Jane, "there ain't so much Hi it drop of milk loft, and you ifavo tho last of tho cold beef to ol...

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. — 22 November 1894

!. id a ill n i n nl ply ;rr re j hi ,irl Ml th .tit, n t tin I to inci Bill gri- ritr, rtert r 11 it, III 119 ll'lip. ,niik juice dan! s le uiee, llltes, til! ok 80 wlll-l ltll'Hi spoo: J Vim ' f r.iit thui is'tri-.: v.irv, p hail At re- ay is uui unl o! it lUtll up It; o wttal plii'uj ill tu ?u ilr:tr. 11 coKi with - r a inr I 10 ou 1 thu r ish witJ d pittci tn. h not uu iforo sif'i will lv' 1 will.'" or. rietor o.' epurtiJ 1 Ut atoloM and cru. Ts flara Bearer Trier I big Insulated wire In telefrraprsy which transmits th balk of dally la tillfftic thero I big Insulated nerve la th human system whloh Matwr thebor in of mora pain than all tha rmt of lb inves combined, and I known atheolatlo Brri f4omelme tha wlra la cut to ent olt jtt current sometime tha surg-on's knlfa h) ! to rut tha nerve to relieve excruciat ing pain. But there I ona thing which avoids thl radical treatment i one, cnra which penetrate to tha pain-spot, and sciatica, (aj ten enred almost without fall bjr tha Duo...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 November 1894

Published every Thursday. Geo. VV. Wagenseller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. wbtch must t pnt1 In advance wlien sent out ia' the county.) RATI OF AOVtRTItlNO. All transient iclvcrtlwrnpntu not fitherwts" CoritrM'(l fur will lw dinririHl nt the rn'c nf IS frtit pT HriPtnntipnrlel tneiiHiin tor nri inwr tlnn ntwl 10 emits fx-r line lor every nulnn-quent insertion. trttrnth nntiiYt ptihlithnl .frf i fhltunrti poetry, tntoitn vj irtjtrrl. rfc, ihrrrrrnii a tin'. Cooper & Wajrenaoller, Prop'rs. Thursday, Xov. 22, 1891. The National Capital. 1'OETIO A5I) PATUIOTIC Dr.STIUPTIOM. A VlIW FROM TRR SOLPIEUR HoMZ. Tho millstones of memory tliiKter ing around the National Capitol are rich with historic lore, and relrenh inff to the touriHts from every land and ( lit ne. Stand with mo for a moment at the Scott Statue on the heichtd of the National Soldier's Home, to the north of WnnhinRton, tin the tdnnt ing Lhiuhh of evening irradiate the cene. Far to the ri...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 November 1894

j . ' I on uri rid O lia na ice re rni, md njr. rovl Jay Gould's Daughters. Two of tiny GouKVn daughters have joimtl tlie law eliiw inn Xcw Vork university, with the inteii iniiof taking nthoroiigli course. TliefH younjr ladies do lint pro- u. to practice law. Tliev ar! M..it norm m ' lii'V are aide to live in nlisolutt .lli'lies.i ami devote tlwnisclvcs to lie jmrsiiit of jdensiire all the r tinder of their days. But they Ljint soniethinj to occupy their ,iHm a study tliat will jrivo them iciital discipline, and as they an irte projuTty mvnrs they desire , know all ahoiit the laws relating , iHTsoiiality and real estate ho that hcv will run less risk of Ih-iiij; h. miuKd hy their agents and others Tins is eoininenilalile, and it 111.11 i" .. .1 ... I 1 vntilil IX' wen ior outer ru n ami ii ... .1 ... r. it .1 K('l-U-l' 1IU- HP HIIM 1 1 If f. i ... . a inple ot the great inillionaire s .niirhtcrs. The ftiulv of law is at- uctive to all pe rsons of hright in llivt, and thousands of M...

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. — 22 November 1894

IX. 1 1 THE MIDDLEBDRGH POST. CEO. W. WAOENSELLEn, Editor. ABTnCB E. COOPER, Manager. illddlrburgh. Pa. November 22, ltl'4. KEYSTONE STATE CDLLINGS A MEMORIAL TO PENN- Cnvail'.ng of tho Monument that Mark the Boundary of bis Purchase Over l.frfl) people gathered ut Cherrytree Friday from three counties to witness the un veiling ceremonies nt the monument erected by the state of Pennsylvania niurklug the boundary line nt Wni. l'cnu's purchase from tho Indian. I'. It. Cnup wus chosen presi dent uud E. E. Ilrlthurl secretary of the meeting, llev. .1. I!. E. Craighead made tlin l-cnlng pruvcr. Gov. Pnttlsou and other State ofllelnis failed to appear. At the lust moment lnv,rnir-!",-t Hasting wn compell ed to send regrets. Fx-Gov. 1 leaver made tho unveiling nllr-?-?, nml told if the 'iirly pur chase ami tlin boundaries. I'. A. Shoemaker, of F.bensburg. followed In n short oddress do. voted to a l.rli'f review of tho lawn Wllllnin penn mniln for the people. Judge Hurry White, of Indiana,...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 22 November 1894

by t lock mailt Vurtt 20 ( 'OULt.: I W iiy fl unk : ho t . Iio I. lug' lood for :. pri'ii: , Ills i 'I ilu : Mid IIB b l rat. 50UF ted. t WW! iteJ. In at' Dot i trail the Hurt !tlT until 3 Otlt COUip WHS an to i J estuil, lll'C. 8 t'S-' co ii i y In h, vliril i II out. ITY. orror : k'Ii '. im : . U.a icy l mi I ''- to !" my. 1 ul-k ' i-ir llll u"1 III'' J , lu IM y ti-Wi- II. blisil:"' Ul In tro tin ot a t: ul hi gaiii obUr' Hope I' 10 still (overr ated I J ulnic" ' board lu A--' till B';l ipoK't'J LEPROSY OF ML PR. TALMACE'S SERMON. Inort Drawn frcra tin Story of Ninii, the Syrian. :.t "Tin wa a leper." II Klnirs ., 1. s,wn hrivn a w.arrlnr nick, not with jrti or thenmntlsm or consumptions, with dlvin thnn all theM put ,.it. A rod mark has eomn out on the .imI. preenrsor of no npMn dfstlirnm. -t nd dissolution. I bar somnthinff ,1 to tell you. Onneral atmnn, the Tinder In chief of nil thn Syrian low, tha leprosy t It I on hf hand, on hi ,, nn hi feet, on hi entlrn person. Tho -ny! ...

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. — 22 November 1894

" - I'AXTONVILLK. Mm. Suvilht Gift is on the sick litt . . M: SpiirolmoytT ami family vinitf.! iu Mft'lnre lint wfok.... Rev. C. I". S:iti.lor, ft student of the Ilifol. Sminurv, (.ttlitnp, Pa., t'l'ciictif.l in tin- N.'v Lutherum rliurcli ti Suiul;iy. . .Suvillit llulllcj U vi.itii. Inn- nt tl.i-t writing ... Mr, limit, n ii 1 Mis. Cl'iiiTiie Gray bill of Suiiu fonl visitttd lu te Ivnt wi-rk. .. .Mrs. Jilutt in visitii g at John r.riu'Kt'n....Mi WnKtiir of Mi (Jlint ii isitinj? n-ro. . . .Mr. Ziiitormaii, our blacksmith, who UTiM.tly in"v .1 . rr. liiisHUcxt'i'lU-nt tru-le nnl in iiun a iiT lot of woik . . .Ii vin (liiiyliill loft with u lot of stands on Monday Mr. -John Kn o'ir 'xpiriinrpl school tench er, who taught tit thin placo, re signed last Saturday and the school i lio-v vacant. Wo felt vriy smiy to Iomi our tcwlmr h.hIuj ws gi'ltiig ilollHO well in tli hcImoI. Uo w UM Uki d by not onlv tlm pupil but I'jr tlu nitiro roniiiuinity. Tho cuiiho of LU resigning win simply difli...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 December 1894

' 1 J Li THE POST )2 THE POST by Mm IVoiilr. II col anunio"" slwuynniw-n fr till .llMCUXSIlin OI ('8 01 itnv.it to tt pntTunn. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Tbe Foot Ball Benson in closed. After the bull Hint tired feeling. Fires wore numerous around West Milton last week. The coKl weather brought a fair fur.etl unow hint Friday. A decree abolishing public execu tions has been issued in Spain. 11. E. Gift of Faxtonville made a pleasaut call iit.lbis office last week. Lafayette defeated Buckncll on Thanksgiving day with the tune of 40 to 0. ft. Weia, Selinsgrove, niakeH his Christniaa announcement ilMewht ie iu this issue. T. A. Cam pell of Sunbury, a weighty businebH man, was at Sny tier's capital lat week. Pianoa, Organs and Sewing nm- liinH at Reduced prices from now until XinaB. C. C. Skeiioi.d. Miss Nettie Moj er of SeliuHgrove ia tipendiug the week with Adam .Showers' family. Misa Annie Cowersos, who Kpent the uu)iner at Duncanuon, haw le turued to Middleburgh. Dr. Emeiiok o...

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. — 6 December 1894

'' ' ' i 'I t i 1 1 ' , ; i if! it THE MIMEIURGH POST. OIO. W. WAOnNRELUER, Hdltof. AJiTuru k. co or en, Mangw. MuMlektir, Tit. December ft, IBM. KEYSTONE STATE CULL1NGS. Convicted of Murder In tlie First D gree Arrested for Arson. MnJ. James II. CioW of Altismn, wm p rohably fatally burned by I lio explosion of a gasoline stove in ( roker's barber shop. The building wits damage.) t the extent oUl.WO. Allltrsr AT KITtANNMO. I.nst Christmas Dowser limit.' stock burn At Kittahiitng was II red (tti.l ifd speed lior", eoine worth hundreds of dollars, wore burned. James stht, lliomn tilllngor unJ I'rnnk Neal have been arrested for t ! firing. 'I'h'-y lluiitr to onio of tlx- leading families ol Mitnor township. Their arrest bus created n tcusitliou. At the mooting of the provisional ship canal committee in Pittsburg it wns decided to employ engineers to tuirvcy tlio Mahoning route, tin Yuutigstown. ami to report on the Witter supply of each ol tho other route foi tlm ennui. A resolution w...

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

4. M ol til) tii-tir- IT ltl Mill ol tho IS 1 VPRI tin linsl t th lav ;tnrj coo- iboijl i. x- (Iill),- 00 to ' tin geol beei 3 III Will' 1 till bend, tnpls. , ani t (or SUt-li, uiuuil lUlbUt wigs tiding it hut ;nlt;d u any e yet oiton, it? ,ul lii- t ouch 1. will Odd lias out l lug li or th ire I'' IUIsIk'J ug a in ro- it'll out- tly nt.il ;tn.l' I ol the ve tt r (iroai lucd Viiltfi rkets. l' nil c"B- ild la' , t'V l ! beo! it I s ilurli H . ootio: o I'm." th. In h: r ul S'.H. ndud ' kh el-' ja uirr Imuto l,: JO. Tli roll 1: itl.l UU ion csf buv,l" i huJ;"'f- it Wii 9 Uttcllllo ed to iL wfr1 uu' 11 iiil wa tut ristlti..- llliVO ilzeti Frank DR. TALMAGE'S SERMOH. RELIGIOUS REVIVALS. jli Conversion of the World Expending on a nam. TrtT ! "They Inclosed a great mnlMtiide Of Ilsne, nn,i tneir not broke." Luke r., 6, ' Plmnn and his Comrade had evnerlonoail fhe night before what fishermen rail "poor luck.'' Christ stops on board tho fishing i:nnek unit tens the sailors lopull nwny from I...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 December 1894

PubliHbed every Thursday. Geo W Wagcnseller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. wMcti tn'Mt pnl'l In rnlvnwv" when aent out Klilc the county.) HATC8 OF AOVf RTISINO. All trinl-tit 1vrrtl'm-nt not nthfrwl eontrm-ti-d for will ! rlmriri'il at tin- rule of is ent pT Hup (notipnrli'i mr-nann-i tor tlrwt Inwr tlnn awl liivrnu xt line lor cn-ry rttiimfi.iit'iit Insertion. -fViiA nntirn piiWi.hrtl frrr ; Miliary j'ry. trxbulri of ittfift. if"-., thrrr fitlt a Unr. Cooper Si WiiKi'iinoller, l'rop'ra. Thursday, Dee. (I, 189-1. Benefits of Teacher's Institute. The avinmo tender rrpinln the nunuul KCBBian of the county In stitute with nioro thnn a punning conxiilerntion. It in well thut Buch in the vnv. Theio nro many bene fits resulting from thin ronclavo. First, the exchnngo of opinions is a irreat source of improvement, Thotto who have had more 'iilurjjeil esiu'rieuee can impart their infor in at ion for the assistance ami the direction of less fortunate ones One...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 December 1894

id iYl lr.1- il ' II J" llifr M , " I'lt CZ ,M wawb Clunk lJWWtrcat, f . w ft M'ff li. - Brief run ocmineiiown. AfmTiB DnooKiR: Now feci ich uf -.iff ordlicn leu iiMner on aer ff 1(H'n er J"0'011 Iftubt fleruicr r im hi aer . ... i(H im uou Hiuurr auitiiii muni ,rruk aVhwetzM un acroiding tzu ,irr c xi'lnn"0ii room il -Milder a r('I) Jn K""! luty txactly Rccojilinp tzu nine Iloulntion. Ariouuiui cvva os ue rtr Imck gouga in nf u for di i lirtzuiH'K wear lui tt nmitiiuoui n mliilnwt war lor tuy ouice, un La. j ilo umn ft-olit ar, on,n raon ar. oh dc MimnerS Irmitait, tzu lrjiRit.v fLtit kte vann'a ninoLl so it coom d oh po Di)cr BUtiKbt oh m fcIwit de bet-lit cflico getva T it," HPcbt ar, "confidensballjr, wihbft inter un deer, tie karln oh Lit roiumouA Democrawta Bin un por net we mer de delegate de (1 urn m a greenhorns hiuulla js on iUt convention ben gor kre neps mit tie cffiHsa. So fernhtane sirnre fun tier party gor net." D," geebt ar, "inainer o dri boon t hen uf'm clily tzu m...

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

THE WOKTH OF LI VINO. Kowrnln fnlls Mr lsn1 tho hearth ti cold, And jro.Is nnd min b:noro you, An I iron aro thn hoprml rtsys of o1l, Atil bluet: urn tiio ilnyn boforo yott t And onl and ho ly pravn In vain, And tho worl I In a plfi? of wccpin;, And ilonth is th only en I of pitn, And lifo Is not worth kcrplni?. Now t'i sun shim nlojir or tho mom Is fair Hint pnintf tho Mill unit lrr,m. An.l kIu Uit tlmn winn Is thn swunr, rlfii nlr. And ifnr iiro (tin wll-tril hU'liwiy. 'Tl a worl 1 of m(l nti I lov find rifi Aro tht Joy of tho iroo I go W etlvln.-, And tho man is it fool who kII.p-, nt lif.t And (jrnt Is thn ehoer of llvinif. Hubert N. Ktcpiim, In Now York San. COMPENSATIONS. pt rr.AiiF.NCR it. xr.v. (Washington. Office of Gray, Oilliio a ur.-iy, Attorneys and Counselors) O I understand tlmt if thin will vt.ro not in cxis tener tho property Would nil m to Mr. Crittenden?' "According to the term of a pre vious will, yen. Ocorgp Crittenden in your cousin. I ludii.trn " mT - - ' ' "D...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 6 December 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. — 6 December 1894

Sportsman's Mparill armer'i Institute. Dr. Tool will lioltl lii h Annual rurii.t r'n Iiiftimtf (it Ili-iiTerlwi', Ihc. "i'i iiii.l 27. Oik-of tho iniiiii fcntup-H -f lln itis(ituti) will be tlie 1 cltin- t'ivcn by Dr. J. T. Hot brock, Stud- l'orif-tiy ('MiiiniHhionci'. AH if Dr. Ilotlirock'H lccturcH will b il .stnit 'I ly ii lunt.fl ii ami hIuIch. Tim It I'luif will be K'Vf II Dec. 27, 1 (Vine- oiif ! coino all, itn1 lienr the nl.ili.'ii (li,. furiiu r Im-m to tbo forestry robleiii. Tliero will bo a pro criitu iHHiiol later. HeprcHe ntative fn tin i m niid tlieir friomls of the up I er i inl hikI out the county iirn t x--e ti ll to be pi chent ami jfivn air to vln ir opinion mid take lueaHiireH to ward tlieir luutual advancement, as Hirricnll tirislH. Tool, Member of State Board. mii)Di":'':hi:i;k. Tin1 Mpn al of tlio porker in heard through ihu liiid. !S:uiaK'H and buekw lii'ii! cake me on the bill of fare. . . . Mr. Monscr of New LancaHt er moved liii Htave-mill, into Mike Auuiil...

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