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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1894

Co. Coniminnioncri', 1 1 91 j THE POST THE POST , mphatlonlly NKWS PAI'KH. f'TthP l'eopleund k tl l'"0'le. Its col m!nr always ox-ri for ,ii-ii!wlon of tuples of Interest to IW patrons. VOL. 31. ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST Court is in progress this week. j A loan Bum plucc the pawnshop, i i Trade winds when the preach-1 ers exchange pulpits. 1 i Making jams Tho woman nt the j Imi Siiiii counter. Muking a touchdown Using a mustache invigorator. Will Bassler anil wife of Freeburg wore in town Tuesday. A waity matter getting your change in a dry goods More. lion. O. Alfred Schoch and wife were in Philadelphia last week. Dr. J. O. Wagner, of Beaver I Springs was in town on Tuesday. King Oscar, of Sweden, has sent n portrait of Oustavus Adolpus to a Baltimore church. How could it be otherwise than that money talks when ou occasion every penny tellH ? A Manayuuk teamster culls his pair of mules Facta, because they are stubborn things. If "Ignorance I IiIIm'' There's iwmoii In my rhyme Mime pe...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1894

THE QUESTION. When on hi bo 1 ho qnlst Ue, w"tih pulsdcM hvirt nn 1 "tk'litloM Ills ktn-1rnl nsk, with anxious mlrnl, 'What tronsures hn hn loft behind?" Hut nmjli-d opon ffl lo the book, Anil for the don 1 man's rewsrd look An I ixnt, n now thy sonn It o'er, "What treasures tins ho sent heforo?" Ooorgo lilrdseye. PRAYING FOR WEALTH. m edmcnd s. itocne. T was nfter sunset buforo Calkins succeeded in re capturing tho two experienced old burros, who, do siring a break in their laborious journey toward ihn desert, had withdrawn dur ing tho night, and found rent ful seclusion in tlio dense pin-oak brush on a neigh boring bill-side. Thus it cntiio about Hint the ruddy light of Cnlkius's camp- fire again nttrnct cil us. The ciiii- afi- vernation toox a wide range nt first, but approached afo run when nuo of our party, tlio old lady with black mitts, referred to tlu generally r!Tiiiiinrf drought. She mentioned, iu this connection, a recent newspaper report of a church meeting in aoniu nrid...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1894

1 .""I to Natural History Item. p.intnit anli rnllepf. rlora v To?ctable tnd pile them up to rot to .... j.rir Intorlnr nf their nf until In" u the rubbish Is covered with a growth Of fungus uu wuicu mo nuts iceu. mr. uunoiK I nm a self-mada man, sir. I began life at a barefoot boy. Kennard lodecd. Well, I ftan't born with ihoes on. either--- Deafs Canast fca- Cart4 krlnrau application, as they cannot raoh tlia Sui-awd port ln of i he ar. 'I tiers la only one i, Id cure Doaineas, and that Ik tr conttttu iton il remHllfn. Dcnrne-t Is cau ed ly nn In Ininol eimiiHlon of the niurnna lining of the Joytalilan Tulas. When tbis tuhe Rets In. Lmrd you hare a rom'.lin mand or linper (Zrt beaTlru. and when It Ik entirely rioted n..rnM la the rmnilt. and Unless the Inllara- Jrnilnn can be taken nut and Ihla ttilsj re- M onQ VI "m I'.wt viiiwui'iiii iiT-fi 1 11 if ..ill w dwtr'y'd forever; nine caxea out tra are ran"1' catarrh, which la nothing but an in Imnrd condition uf the mucona aurfaeea. ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1894

Published every Thurs Jay. Geo. W. Wagenseller, Editor. Arthur E Cooper, Manager. Subscription $1.50 per year. which mint ly pilrt In mlviinc thc-n netit out- bhh' me ooiiniy.) MTU Of AOVlRTItlNO. All trtis.'iii nilvrrllwtni'iitK not oMii-rwIw oontmctcrt fur wllltw rluiwd M thi rule of is font pT line (niTiiiirli'l iiiciiniri') for first Iriwr Hon hikI It) ci'iits xt line lor i-vcry ituhw-qtu'nt awn ion. irututri it tfp'rl, dr.. rftrfetrntt n linr. Cooper ii Wn'iiKeller, 1'rop'rn. Thursday, Dec. 13, 1891. Susquehanna University. On TiichIuv, 1W. -Itli, tlicIHrcc turn of Mi.sitmrv Inxtituti' nu t at S'linrovt' ami -1iniipil tlie natiK of tlic institution to "Sustitli;iiii)u ITnivjTHtv." Tin iuiliiit Trti1 in 1S."S was niHnl "Tin1 S-liiisjjrovi1 Mall" ami tin- new liniMin jnt nrtnl lia Ixt-n naimtl ' itistavus AdolpliiiH Hall" in honor of (lit Kitij; nf Switli ii, ulm tliil m much to promote tin- ratisc of protestant ism. Tlie new liiiiMini; lias Imtii erii tel at a eost of 110,(10(1....

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1894

.1-"." V rn r m )le Qd ist ct 'a rVU 4 vder" it !' lulll V ' I in" r ADii Read Improvement in Pennsylvania. Tbe lBtway and improvement mniittee of the Pennsylvania dm of the L. A. W. has established Lj quarters at Scrnnton and is t'wd down to work in a systenift. d fliiressHive manner. A road 1HH been prepared under the lIlllliecB uiicviivjii nuu i iu no 1 tnf a llin T Aniuln I llMl at Df xt session. It will be known tin miblic thoroughfare act and ,,,. only to the boroughs and nxhips of that commonwealth, proposes to classify public roWk'hfiires as follows : A post ten. 13 public roads that have D used as public post routes, niuff parallel to rail roads now ng used as post routes provid- surh roads connect two or more t-ofliecs and are not more than miles apart and at present a a public travel toad. Class C is ikd into two divisions ; first, e public roads which lie wholly bin any single borough or town- i, second, those which lie in two lucre boroughs or townships or :ch lie ou th...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1894

THE HIBDLEEOBGH POST. QIO. W. WAOEJfSELLER, Bdlter. AKTHCB E. COOPEH, Xang. Wiiii(irck. ro., n, ih, The icii.n I. flow Fourteenth street n i F!.t-1 t rj'O'ulw.ir, Now York Cit j, u tlie r.io'-t ilerifcly populated in tho e or'.'. IS.w contracts for food Mutt nnd fr.lut r have i rallied (ii-nernl Mercicr to save . .V', ii'in the Frrnoi, war estimate. The (.renter part of the riioii. v m;vc ,i in t j 1 o n:e.l iu increas ing tLe iiro.v. lu oj'eiiiiis? ii j tihlie lihrnry thr otli.r !:iy the L,,rl Chancellor of Iiirlniiil said tln.t. although sevt-ntv fivoinr rent. i.nght reifl fiction, it i ntrih while rhUtihshiug the in iitutio:i for twehty-i'.vo per cent, of Ihoii. htrul readers, while the moderate remliii;; of I'.etioii was I'V no means an (Vil. ' Li"iii mint n.lanr.l Lriulev, who : 1 cli.irH of the i:iru:ii!iti.; .hint n.ile ini on lnmrl the Nietht ry from the t:me of tlmt Vest l's eoiinuis.vion in tho 1'r.izilimi Nitvy, 1ms reached the coiiclitsii.ti tint t ruiuru of dy namite pi...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1894

? l.lll IllM. lilt r riu line cost Fie: pd It: nly love shot ED' ti-to; bu'li in i'i. us ba It i tlrr ilty. or lb tC'D )f tin lid'' s. 1 rtlit- ik-h t a-t , be i vomt ou. 1 II Im i-uri; Jy if ilk I.1U J) US'.'!. ed cli t id r it r We u-ty, 1'nd. ;oulb ITUI ZeH bi. lent S I'Ut llltl!" iP'Sl ii'ultb r oi olb'u with dime niltll. how y, kii , till V' unaii r Au. iroh't view :ery eutiy a loll' ml at erlin'' disci" HtO I' ituriul' o lili bun UUll nt "I y ii 1 Kf dmit H ml i Uiiv ey lis' liuvo REV Pit. TALMAGM. TUB DROOKLYX lit VINE'S SVX- . u n iiiiv 5nT'Jcct: Til City of Kloo-1." -rTr. "Our Loo" are scattered t th l a. had An ft ttt'afti Aft. I l.fUVII mH'OIII. ........ - v... ...... nil'. h 1 ., . I (ha Aifh Tiil tvilii.i Vn i II "l"' i ' "' .." ..... r,. unto Tb-o, (), Ool, tho Lord!" m'.tn exit., 7. TbeUtfh 'n" ""'T rv nI ffrt;n 'he iMr.'l road it eut by chisel Into tlio jv 'xiii nf n pros beneath which Ho mnnv of (it! tnnsnercd Cnwnpur. Inlm. To show f)tl what II iii'ionism nii'i .l'...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 13 December 1894

The Dead Letter Office. As I wns Hitting Hie other day in my study, lost to the world in de lightful rTolWtioii of my rert-nt raiuMi' in tlie fon-ht covi-red inotin tuitiM f Kii rope, the shrill whistle of the post hum wns liriinl, mid n mo ment later my nttcntion wns ron r!itiiilcd on n cwrioiixlv-miirkcd It tt r which hnd hern dropped into my hand. It wns a letter written dixputchrd by ft friend in America whil I wiik exploring tho forest of Thnringirt, and after crossing tho rerun it had followed mo from city to city, und country to country, only to return again ncross tho stormy waters, bearing on its envelope the postmark of nmny principalities. I'lose besido that of old Munich, famous for its net and its beer, trowded a curious triangular post mark, which I at once lecognied lis that of the? Dead Letter Ollice. "All :' 1 said, "Now I know how that letter was returned to me, and through what final channel it ar rived at its dent ination. And yet, this associates me with an inst...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 December 1894

DM s KTS i,13J 1,040.1 (,007, the We 3V6, n lltH h L t( 7E1 3ti ua r. ill turn lotii'i' :S, an - Al ierl'm. SI ES. ISHIP PS, re, Vt THE POSTifK :i:?iMKi 0 4 jfttefirl f) m THE post VCL. 31. ITEMS of LOOAL INTEREST Co paper next week. Coming through tlie rye roil noses. Who is tlio moHt deserving teach- tin Snydor county? A pushing merchantthe fellow kith one of those fruit carta. A troublesome traveler tlie man with a ladder on Lis shoulder. Paused off quickly the young fel- w who jumped his board bill. Mrs. Henry Bickhart is visiting er daughter, Mrs. Soule, at Lewis- -. Brevity may bo the soul of wit, nt a short shoe solo lengthens the moxx of corns. It is said that t'ie good dio young. t is known that a great many adults e still with us. tltYlien the tied goes out when e uewly-inarried couple leaves the lurch. . ...i t. ..... I lines at Reduced prices from uow I I titil Xiuas. C. C. Seeuolp. Hon. Chos. w. Herman and family eat Bellefonte visiting Governor istings and Tom Harter. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 December 1894

THE M1DDLEBDRGH POST. (JEO. W. AVAOENSELLEn, Editor and I'rojiru tr. MioMU-i.r.rgli. 1'h.. Ihc. KEYSTONE STATE CDLL1KG3 ! TOM LLOYD A HERO- Ilia Fidelity Saved Miners' Wilkesbarre. Live at 1 he heroism of Tuomas Lloy t. the engl. tioer of Uim Stevens 'liiry . nt West I'lttstoti, saved ttif of 43 iriiii'T. Sunday morning. 1 In- engine house caught lire nil. I tbe Humes communl-atcd to tin- f.-.uliouse, tin- destruc tion l wbicli meant death to Hid !ti"!i who were nt wur iti the mine S o feet below. Lloyd ran to tli t -!( . tnj n mid tola tin- fore mau of tin- shaft to tui' tln alarm. Notwith standing the fop-man's ha-te. It wits niori tlmu a t miu lies before nil the tuon could be gathered together nt til bottom of tin; shaft I rcparutory to being hauled to tli) surface, u tli meantime tbe engine house was own- letely enveloped by lire. Three trips were i.eccces;try lnMir nil tne tin-u were I ruiight to the surface. Lloyd stuck to his post, Low fvir, and wa no t ud.y burned tlmt boun...

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

WW-JCJI-J --- I V .11 til rvl 1 I K ...tic- A v. r. l!i.::.p n !! ..-.', j . r.u- ;.. linn. mi. Ft. J. : i.l li.a. i kt k. l. 1 1. id I r v. ...ur !. fn:;. ileuv-r pu-l iS d Iron j con.;!' itillc. liuor.'ii if. s ol Cod 1 fever. Ill b ta unt 1 'T- nr V. r lii'L.i leeh'.-l ut crop t e, lin 'oniayum. 1 ".Seulii ro I'm' i" Kill t.'iv- o: the preside;.! k, WU I '-' iris, M.!. r. it rt-i-lu diver the ill niB'.e Una 1' r u the n!' 'ouiiutf r-'. r cuttr'iik trn elfC'eJ bCarili':' jutor lluua n. of New V xow i'ouiiiii' ire bl '! llinpelli'.eil ' lloo coiiiii-'": I'hlcutr". " ; uiully bv in. Hie Lothian. Jr.." Itlilel. utllu. E TALMAGE'S SERMON. CREMATION. i gbt Bindoo Method of Dlapolo of tbo Tut; "Ther hare band. hn th handle scti nnT "'T. but they walk not i ,tvr p"k they throngh their throat, rvv tnt make thetn nr Ilk unto them.' pw'ra ear., 7. jy . '( of tli ir.ilonarr Is it luritrlnn al lr '"'Tit 1lf. Hinlool-n I religion t!;.it eart rr.t to he Interfered with. Chrls ilnni'r t cnlitv o...

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

. -. . Post's Voting Contest! FREE TUITION, Hoard. Heat. Washine. Fnrnishei lfonm. T.iirlil ntnl iikp rif fl vinnfisiinn (amounting u nil to sjfii'.i.riO) at the isloomsburtf Mate oininl hcIiuoI for the Spring term of fourteen weeks beiinnin: March 2"th 1W.", will ho given to the Snyder county public school teacher who shall re ceive the largest nuiuher of votes up to Saturday evening, Mnrch !Uh 1W5. Kvery tencher actively engaueil at present in Snytler county will have an equal chance to win this prize: the only ndvantaeo to he hal is for a teacher to tret his pupilH am friend to clip the voting coupon b low and mail it to us bearing the teacher's name. Of courHo it will be to the teacher's interest to have al bin or her friends to get the Post from which to clip coupons. The IMootuhburg State Normal school has 2(5 Professors and gives thorough instruction. This makes the piize a valuable one. Any person can vote as often as he or she pleases, but they must use the voting coupon as...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 December 1894

'K Is "I tei Court Proceedings, foui t courened Monday, Dec. 10, 4 at U o'clock, A. M. PrcReDt, Hon. II. M. McClure. j'resiilcnt, Judge and Jeremiah rouse una A. 1. Uciuorriinjr, As- Licinte Jucltfon. Oonjiiiuin Moyer, George Spfcut, oiiry Oeuili-rlinf nnd James Wng- er wire appointed tipRtaven. (jUAKTKIt 8KHSIOSS. Tbc tavern Iiccuko oi J. C Dcck- r,l was transfi-rred to V. S. Arbo- f The inspector filed nn Additional port in relation to tuo additional chov facilities in Franklin town- bip. Xolle 1 TOH8quiH were entereil in .1 - n til so8 01 iue vuiuiuuuwvhiiu vs. IboniBS E. Kleckner, and in same . Goorjte Hartman. The case of tuo Common wealth George l'attison was continued. Tbo cae of the CoinmonwoaUh, 4. Duvid Herrold was continued to xt term. James MuiUeswarth, Lincoln enninper and T. B. Bolitr were ap niited to view public alloy in liea- ,-rtown. Report of road viewers in Union wDfcbip was confirmed nisi. COURT OK COMMON PI.KAH. Ia the case of Clara II. Brunncr v her next frien...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 December 1894

lor UtlHT fpenk, HOLLY BERHIES. 17"y 'oerrirs, holly twrrles, 71 and bright and beaming T Touifh the dusky everureons Llks tprixvi of coral gloaming, "f e have f-owr to nil tho heart With memorlfsi of jjIpo y-, wlnt happy thouirhts cm clinj I'.oiin I tho bolljr tree! TThi-n I too th holly bcrrlos I fnn.'y that I hear M"rry chlnvt no l enroll awoet Hinging In my onr. Cbrl.-tnia, With it Mnr.lntt flrf Anil happy hearth. I see j O''. whst ruprry thoughts onn clinj Hound th" holly tre ! Br ritf the e'.owinsf holly berries, fnow In lylnif iloup t All th iny nn I I loo nlns flowers Till tho t rin.-tlrr.o sh-op : L"t them pra.'o our hippy boxes With their erlmton llk'lif. lU'tiitlliiK with tho nor.itu r Urj An I tlio laurel 1 r.tht. Hi- n'y blow tho ley win !, f-hort'T urows tin ilny, Viriti'r i'MittiTs ool l mil gloan In hi ilri'iiry ( Iny j " wo love tho rloMnit years Fi r tho joy (hoy l.rluj, Aiilth Inly m:iiorlos That routi 1 tho holly olln . II ;iy i,i-rrii', holly berries, U-'l ,m 1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 20 December 1894

i J 1 tit "i 'H1 IK alt far it nil it ik. k'lv TV .31! rid nir rli 13! .t.L .'"11 r-t ill!-J lard J' J 11 mi r: j j. "ni rill: I'.ej. n 11 l.-ir.-or la. f TRADE REVIEW. Lcrstssd Krntns OIt Znoouraz- msni tor in rutur. 0. Dub Co.'s week! review ot trad itfmfDtt or payrolls from tersral thou.- (1 Biwufaeturers lor November tbls jnt , n3 sn.I In 1892, show an Increase In tots.1 ,,inut of 19.il per ont over Inst year, tint .ron" oi i.a per cut. in comparison , iti lM'J. A statement ot hanils t-aiplove4 ,0t tlmt In tbe samp utalillfhinoiils 10.2 L, crtit. more persons wore employed than rrrtr ao, tut M.fl per cent Inst than In 1H',I3. (vrrnKv vi rnruinim lur over zdu.uju : !s 1 4 I ""r cent, larger than In 18'J3, but ' ir cent less than lu IfVJ. u( tKculatlve market liaa advanced a r, tbiiuuh r-asons are lisrd to llul. Wheat niliaDirpJ In prki'i corn It a fraction ,,t, witnout any important cIisukq in rrmciit, and the heavy receipts of cotton L, t.rok.-n down tue price to 6.75 cent, , jo...

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

The Diplomatic Corps. Tho I'fprnt clinniro in the title and tliguity of sonic of tho representa tives) of foreign countries at the tui tion" t'uptititl hfs npparmitly liud r.o uppn'oiuM)' (TVct on their style of li vinir. Although now tun diplo matic i picsetittitivc of Kngliind, iYuiu-o uii'l Itiily are nhle to write the title at nmh s;i lor In-fore their nam-.', they twin to continue to live l:nich as they did when they were pluiu ministers. Prolnlly one ex planation in that the accession of lank menu no addition to their Bal my. That is certainly the nine with tho lvpicscntativeH aboard of thin country who wero not low ago ele vated to the dignity of ambassadors, and in recognition of which tho coiiiitrii-i homncd by tho presence of Hitch august personage raised their ovn representatives to tho name rank. The J.ritish minister, or, rather, ambassador, lives in a HpacioitH rcsideinv en the fashion able driveway of th city, which was built by llritihh money and is the propei ty of ...

Publication Title: Middleburgh Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 January 1895

,1 Vii. CiintmimMunci, I 1 U THE POST THE POST PAl KM. I'" l,M " 'I'll miu Hie Hwjile. ! col umn r ny open for I f 111 U"W1"" ni'ivn vi nu-rtitt to It patrous. I run ti.rthi editor . IT hot "(I k-Ml. It i nri- no" ir." It in r iI'h -i ,i nnissur AmliH'vi r Molil nut MHwrriptioiif i.Ki'ayrar VOL. 32. M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JANUARY 3, 1895. NO. 1. ITEMS of LOO AL INTEREST This is zero weather. A Happy Year. Don't forget to write it 1H05. A well rendered article lard. Objects to treatment the Prohib itionist. A worn-out garment tho over oat. Anybody can go to heaven on ft oiubstone. We speed the parting and hasten Hie New Year. Thin is the begining of volume 32 f the Post. A capital idea-adjourning Congress or the holidays. Who is the most deserving teaeh- r in Snyder county? Many a misunderstanding might e averted by perfect frankness. J. N. Thompson, Jr., spent Christ- luas witn flis parents in juniuia ounty. A long necked dress party the Vnfeathered chicken hungup by its kiit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 January 1895

THE MIDDLEBDRGH POST. OEO. V. WAOENSELLER, Editor anil Proprietor Mid-IJelMitgh. Fa., January 8. ItJ'i. KEYSTONE CULL1NGS. Il rr.i cf lu'.trcat From 14 any Part of the State. Vi'alt'T M-Cienry, it eoul minor, lies nt hla t-.nti.e in lhiht r In a serious condition, hav ing i en womnlci in au unknown manner. M.'CI'-ary l.im ln-eu drinking incut of Christ wus day, itint about o'clock ho returned home in ii pnrulyx-'d and Intoxicated condi tion, having both arms broken mill til skuil !ni"tured. '.:miI!' t i give nuy ac count of his injuries, cr whore hu hud two during t!;o tiny. irri emet maiius to Mr.rT. Tho I'xeeutlve Committee of the IMall Implement 1 iilT! Association of Pennsyl vania has culled tli nxsocmtiou to meet lu uiiDunl convention nt thn Loehlel Hotel, liar risburg, the ilny suee ceding Hastings' Inaugu ration, on We Ines.lny, January li, for tiiu I urpo--n of electing officer for tho ensuing year and to transact any other business which might be brought before the conven t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 January 1895

REV. PR. TALLAGE. inn nnooKKYX nm?::;'3sujj Subject i "Palaces In tndl.' it: "Who store no violence and rob yry la their palaces." Amos ill., 10. In Ihls ilny. when v.ist sums ot money treheinir Kivan for th redemption of In 1U1. I bop to Increase tbe Interest In tbnt rent country nnd at th Min tlms draw for all elnsss of our people practical los tinf, unit so I present this llfth sermon In I he round the world scries. We step Into lus ancient capani or muni, ine ratre pro nunciation of Its name sending a thrill through tha body, mini nnd soul ot nil OK who hnvs mt rii lt stories of ip:D tor nnd dtsssti r and prowess Delhi. Before tlm tint historian Imnressed his first word In elny, or 'rut his first word on -jnrMe. or wrote nit nrsi worn on pnpyrus, liehl stood In India, n contemporary or in1 vlnn nnd Nineveh. Wti know thnt llclhl listed lnnirr Ixiforo Christ's time tbiin we Hr after "mo. i"mi is oniu on inn ruin of s-vi-u cities, which rulnseover forty n-.l.e-. with wrecked temple...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middleburgh post. — 3 January 1895

Posts Voting Contest! FREE TUITION, Board, Heat, Washing, Furnished llooiu, Light anJuso of Gjmnrinium (amounting in all to f f9.r0) at the Moomsburg State Normal school for the Spring terra of fourteen weekH beginning March ittth 1W5, will lo given to tho Snyder county public Bchool teacher who shall ro eeive the largest number of voted up to Saturday evening, March IHh Wo. Kvery teacher uctivcly engaged at preHent in Snyder county will have an ft mil chance to win thin prize; tho only advantage to be had id for a teacher to get hid pupil and friend t to clip the voting coupon bo low and mail it to us bearing tho teacher'd name. Of courso it will bo to tho teacher's interedt to have all hid or her friends to get the 1'oht from which to clip couiond. The Ulooiiinbtirg State Normal school had 2(5 Professor and gived thorough itiHtruction. Thid makes the ptizo a valuable one. Any person can vote aa often ad he or she pleases, but they must use tho voting coupon aa below. Cut This Out ...

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