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ttiddieburgh, Jan. 25, 1883,
Hktokh Itnesrv ravers. ! Court! of
Pny.Kr County art kM tb ftrtk Honilaja
f fahraarr, Mat , and riapuabar, ad Son4
Monday l Doabr.
All communications, business lot
re &o., for thia office, to secure
ompt attention should be diMrcwetl
follow r Thr Pout, Mictrileburg
S'tyder Gnintt, P. Advertisements
coinnnuiciion ie. must be handed
in by MonJay noon, to eeoure Inner
tlon in next issue
Nottne under this head will be
printed free of charge fur nil parties
having their bills printed at this
office. Other will be charged SO
Wediipsdav. Jan. 81. 18S, Taniil
Klsenbart, Adui'r. of the estate of
Jonas hisnnliart, dee d will sell
Heal Kstateln Chapman twp.
.Monday, Febrnarv 19, 1HH3. Howarra
Itjworaoi will Basil Personal l'rop
rty In Franklin township.
Thursday, February 1, IMI, Michael
HcbamhAcher will sell personal
proMrty in Franklin twp., near
Saturday. February 81, 1883. Peter
Drees will eell iersonal property
lu the town of Freeiuont.
Frldav, Februarr 8, Pavltl Sliambach
will sell personal property In
Saturday, February 10, Adam B. Hhl-
uiory, will sell Heal tistate at
Kaster eoinet on Sunday this year.
"Calamity Juloe" Is the latest term
ley sidewalks are dangerous, lie
This mantle of snow Is good for tho
Blelghlng for the peoplo slaying
Time la whirleyglgging towards
A full line of Huggy Whips will be
found at 8. Oppenhuliuer's, Selius
grove. A full line of fine dress Hats for
young and old, nt H. Cppeuheluior's,
A woman has Just been disooverd
In Louisuuna who hat three tongues.
Jere Crouse, hro daughter Bessie,
and bis son William are visiting
Many a man owes his sucnvs in life
to the hivHeM of his enemies rather
than the pltiudittt of his friend.
People who (lsli for compliments do
not need long lines. They will get
their best bites In shallow water. .
A Musical Convention will be held at
Bellnsgrove commencing on Monday,
February 12, with Perkins of Uostou,
Bond In your personals When you
have Any friends visiting you please
notify us and we will be pleased to
make mention of It.
The editors of the Lewistown Frkr
Prkss and MoVeytown Journal
bave looked horns and are having a
fight all to themselves.
W. H. Phillips, Superintendent of
the Lewistown andSunbury, Railroad
wl.l please accept the thanks of the
editor of the Post for a free past ov
er his Hue.
we are authorized to announoe
that the Adjourned Court which was
to be held at Middleburgh, on Tburs
day cf this week has been postponed
until Thursday February Is.
We are sorry to announce that the
Adauisburg Musical Convention
bos been postponed Indefinitely, ow
ing to the managers being unable to
ooure a aultable church to hold it lu.
Rev. Spangler, In his Welcome Ad
dress before the Musical Institute on
Monday evening acknowledged him
self among those musicians who
could not distinguish thunder from a
oo w belL
Some persons, for want of tome
thing better to talk about, ar clrou.
latlug the -untruth that the Post
charges to Insert marriage and death
notices. We hope the Lord will for
give them for their Uet, We can't.
Rev. Spangler pastor of the Mid
dleburgh Lutheran charge, received
evontettu persons Into full member-
ilp at the Beavertowo Evangelical
Lutheran Church last Sunday the
fruits of the protracted meeting held
there thlt winter.
The Moyer Convention which was
held taut week in the Musical College
at Freeburgb, Pa,, was a grand tuo
eese. Over two thousand persons
were In attendance. Next session of
tlx weeks beginning May 1st, 1883.
A nnw eounterfeit quarter dollar, of
the date of 1878, hat been put in cir
culation. They are plated with sil
ver, and their weight it about six pos
tage stamps less than the weight of
the good coin. The edge of the ooun
terfeit it slightly imperfect.
The editor of the Port hat loaded
hit shot gun with a double charge of
grape and canister to shoot the
ground bog when he appears on bit
tour of inspection this year. He does
not propose to be put off in thlt by
any prediction of Venor or by any spe
cial aet of the legislature. He It bound
to have the hog for ho it out of
SHEAP SHO IN DANCER.
A novel law suit took place before
Squire S. H. Rnhoch on Saturday last,
the plaintiff being a Jew of the
"cheap John" order, and the defen
dant! two of Heavertown's most re
spected young men, on whom the
Israelite had sworn out a warrant,
making the terlous nharee of assault
with intent to kill. The elrrHimstAnce,
at we learnt tlieui, Wero about as
follows : The Jew Is nntnral-born
cringing eowardlv enr, and wo com
pelled to leave Beavertown very un
ceremoniously The time of the assassi
nation of President Oarfleld when he
expressed himself as being very sorry
that they had not "killed the s of a
l right off." He hod done some
thing again to merit the ill will of the
good citizens of Beavertown, and
In order to have tome fun, the boys
arranged a scare for hhn one evening
as he came out of church, with eueh
success that "cheap John'' thought
the crack of doom had eome, and
proceeded to put all possible real es
tate between hluie1f and the bellger
ents. He was successful In this, and
found a safe retreat, in the Kli.abeth
Tannery, birklied for the night.
The following morning he appeared
before the authorities and swore out
a warrant for the arrest of bis nssitil-
ants. The preliminary trial come off
b'-rors Squire SehoMi on Saturlay
ami the Jew's evidence was strong
enough to rend the boys to the
penitentiary for life and then hang
theiu vhen their time was up. He
had seen the cold steel glisten In the
hands of the boys In the form of
butcher knives end revolvers the
revolvers with bl ack handles nnd the
butcher knives with red handles. But
a cross examination revealed the evi
dently heretofore unknown fnrt to the
Jew that the handles of the "deadly
weapons" were not visible when In
the bands of those seemingly soencer
tospill his precious blond. Thl. with
other weak points of his story, follow
ed up by the strong evidence of the
defence, soon placed the boys In the
right light, but 'Squire Rchoeh think
ing that they should pay something
for their fun, rilMiiipsed the case hv
dividing the costs, amounting to fit.
equally between the plantiff nnd
Misses Sadie Fisher, and Tasle and
Lillle Musserof Hart leton were the
guests of the editor and family this
Look Oct for Tiikm. Two sharp
ers one genteel looking, the other
somewhat seedy supposed to be from
Reading, are canvassing country dis
tricts and selling envelopes said to
eontajn a moth exterminator called
'Sultana." An examination of one of
the sealed packets revealed the con
tents to be nothing but perfumed
Would you believe It if any body
else told you that we have a subscri
ber, a woman, who takes the Post
for the express purpose of tying up
apple butter crocks, because, she
snys, "it Just fits." We have still nn
other one whoeruelly suggests Its use
to put under carpets, as an antidote
againt moth for they hate i.yk. Have
you ever heard of ungrateful repub
lics, and of prophets who are u. g. In
their own country T That's us.
"ever sit down close to a warm
stove when you are real cold, but
start up circulation by walking back
and forth through the room. A fail
ure to observe this principle in hy
giene, often causes prople to remark,
'why I did not know I was so cold
until I got to the stove." The cause
of this is, the Htldden change in tem
perature drives the cold into the body
lu place or drawing It out, w hich is
accomplished by exercising in walk
The Musioul Convention In Middle
burgh this week is a brilliant success,
both financially ami Intellectually.
The singers number upwards of 80
and all the term tickets, excepting a
very few, have been disposed of.
Prof. Sherwlu is sustaining his en
viable reputation as an Instructor,
giving first class satisfaction, while
Mist Huns proves herself a most ef
ficient planoiHt, and her modest, un
assuming manners nave mailo Her a
general favorite 'among our people.
The concerts on Friday and Saturday
nights promise a rare musical treat
which none oau afford to tains.
Death of Col. Edward Hmitit.
It la with feelings of regret that we
are called upon to announce the death
of Col. Edward Smith, the efficient
postmaster and much resiiected citi
zen of New Berlin, this county. The
particulars we have not, save that he
was sick lest than a week, taking his
bed on Tuesday of lust week ami
breathing his last on Sunday follow
ing. Col. Smith was a printer by
trade and waa at one time associated
with Messrs. Worden A Cornelius In
the publication of the Curomclk tit
Lewlsburg. He waa a fine imui in all
respects and his death will be sorely
felt. Aged about 59 years. MiFVLiy-
Pursuant to a notice published in
the Posr.a majority of, the bands lu
our county sent delegates to Middle
burgh, on Saturda? preparatory to
permanent organization for the band
convention to be held in this place on
the 23ml of February. The following
bands were represented. McClure,
Adainsburg, Troxelville, Fremont,
Freeburg, Richfield, Kratzervllle,
Centrevilla aud Middleburgh. The
delegates met In Middleburgh band
room. Henry Brown of Freeburir
was chosen Pres. George Fisher of
MoClure, at See., J. F. Stetler at
Band Master. On motion it waa re
solved that the band master select
similar music for all the bands to be
used at the eonventlon. On motion
adjourned to meet on Saturday Feb.
a, at IS o'clock, M., at which time
It la expected that all the banda will
U ISO JIG i ItiiUvIt, Beg,
CenirevllU Newt. '
Jan. S3, 1889.
The protracted meeting nt the Er.
Church is still In progress. Five souls
have been brought to a saving knowl
edge of the Truth, and more are still
seeking. Rev. H. W. Gross, of New
Berlin, favored thia charge with his
services for a few evonlngt and
preached with power. Rev. H. 'A.
Benfer, Junior preacher of this cir
cuit, had charge of the meeting dur
ing the past week and preached In the
demonstration of God's spirit. Sin In
Ita various forms woe attacked with
great severity, and no doubt lasting
impressions for good were made.
Harry Is nn earnest worker In his
Master's vineyard, aud the future be
fore him looks bright.
The church was crowded on Sunday
evening to Its utmost extent, and the
Donkey club, a sectional society or
ganized in a city some fifty years ago
and haa since spread to every city,
town and village throughout the
state was well represented lu front of
the church during the hours for ser
vice. S. W. Hart man and family of Se
llnsgrove, paid relatives aud friends a
visit at this place, their former home,
Miss Klla Walter, teacher of Union
Co., was home during the SabbuLh
wllh her parents.
Jacob K. Hnyder, the thriving lum
berman, who Is at present In business
in Centre Co., was home on a visit to
his family during the Sabbath.
M tickle' is a veteran In the lumber
Thomas Shlpton, of Houtzdale, Pa.,
is here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. P,
Herman. Since his arrival he has
also added unto himself a life partner.
The lender of the Baud is happy
it s a girl.
Hoon time to think of candidates for
township offices. Select the host and
say little about their politics.
Owing ton disagreement between
the heirs, the Howcrsox farm adver
tised to be sold on Saturday of last
week did not Unci a bidder and the
sale bus been indefinitely postponed.
drawn for regular tonn commencing
Feb. 2Glb, 1883.
ADAMfl Henry Met.
Hkavkii WKST-Henry M. Fish.
Ckstiik James H. Long, Samuel 11.
FiiAMCLtx -Joseph Walter, Charles
I Siiydrr, John M. Hassinger.
MlHll,KlH'iicn -Charles J,, 8,iiii.
Mo.miok - Francis App.
PUMN-John M. Boyer, Henry Read,
Fred B. Ulrlch.
SiaiNStmovK Joseph Albert, John
Haupt, Calviu K. Parks, J. H.
L'sion-U. C. Arnold, John H. Se.
christ, Adam L. Spaugler, Peter
Wach INOTOX-Meorge Shot berger,
Jaoob B. Shirk.
drawn for regular iorra commencing
Feb. 26tb, 1883.
Adams- Isaac Krebs, J. Y. Moyer, J.
M. Moyer, J. J. Schrader.
Bra VKn Alexander Hommel, Joseph
I. Herbhter, William I. Klose,
John F. Middles worth, John
Swint. Bennevlllo Smith.
BKAVKH WKST-Moses Krebs, Fred
CKN'T ft K Allen Boyer. Frederick B.
Bolig, Robert Hassinger, Levi
CHAPMAff-Henry Hendrii, William
H. Houser, Jeremiah B. Hall,
Franklik Amos Bowersox, John C.
Hackenburg, Charles Mltcbel,
John W. Renninger.
Jackhox Henry Wetzel.
MlDDl.KUCnoH Oeorgn M. Moatz.
Miudlkcrkkk W. S. Biukel, Henry
Monrok Simon App, J. B. Douglass,
W. W. Jarrett, Daniel Lesher.
t'KNN Henry Luutlenslager, P. 8.
l'KRRY Jaoou Keichenbach, Enoch
Pkrrv Wkst Solomon Mraybill,
Clmrlee B. Pellmun, Jacob I.
Sklixbuhovb-G. W. Marsh, Dmicl
Umox James N. Houser, Daniel
Krebs, Isaao Lougacre, David
Washington Jonathan Grimm, Jr.,
Peter L. Haines, Simon Kantz.
"I come from the distant frigid zone,
Where the Ice ever blinds and the
winds ever moan,
Cold, chilling winds ever follow fast
In my tracks,
All frowu at my coining and wish me
The meadow I'll cover with a man
tle of snow
Which I scatter abroad whereever I
A $20.00 BIBLE REWARD.
The publishers of "Rutledge't
Monthly offer twelve valuable re
wards lu the "Monthly" for February,
amoug which is the following i
We will give $20.00 in gold the per-
ton telling ua which is the middle
verse in the Old Testament Scriptures
by February 10th, 1883. Persons try
ing for the reward must tend 30 cents
in sliver (no postage stamps taken)
with their answer, for which they
will rotielve. the Mareh "Mouthly,"
In whlulrtlie name aud addresa of the
winner of the reward and the correct
answer will be published. Tula may
be worth 11.00 to you j cut it out.
Addresa Rtitledge Publishing Com
pan, Huston, Pa,
The day for the exeoutlon of Uriah
Moyer has not yet been changed.
Overeoats, overcoats, overcoats at
greatly rod need prices at 8. Oppen
hefnier's Sellnsgrove, Pa,
The largest and nobbiest stock o
Neckwear In the county will be found
at S. Oppeuhel uier's, Sellnsgrove, Pa
Dress suits, Business suits nnd
Working suits at reduced prices at
S. Oppenhehner'a Sellnsgrove, Pa.
Read the new advertisement of S.
Wets, Sellnsgrove, Pa. He will do
what he says. l-ll-8t
Buffalo, Japanese, Wolfe and Iap
Robes will be sold at a great sacrillce
at S. Oppeuhelmcr's, Sellnsgrove, Pa.
If you want to buy goods for much
less than the general price, cull at S.
Wels", Sellnsgrove. 1-11-81
Parties visiting 8clini;rove, would
do well by calling at S. Wets'. He Is
offering great bargains In Woolen
Blankets, Shawls, etc. 1 11-31
Premature grayness avoided by
using Parker's Hair Balsam, distin
guished for its cleatiliues and per
Underwear of all qualities for gen
tlemen, nt greatly reduced prices at
S. t)ppeuheimer's. He sells the Mei.
icatetl I'lanuelsat "5 cents apiece, ami
all other goods accordingly,
f Farmers and others desiring a
genteel, lucrative agency business, by
which ft to (t.'O a day can be earned,
semi address at ouch, on a postal, to
II. 0. Wii.ki.vson Ac Co., lit.-, ami lliT
Fulton St., N. V. Jan.4.'t:l lim.
F.I.KiTloN Noth k. The Ileavcr
towu Mutual Fire Insurance Company
will hold their nnnuiil election for offi
cers at their home office in Heaver
town on Saturday, January 27, 1HS3,
between the hours of 1 ami ' p. m.
A. II. ItOWKKSOX.
San. 4. '8,1. tin. Secret Hry.
Cl.osiN Oi rSAI.K. As I intend
moving to Oceolu Mills. Clearllelil Co.
lu a few weeks I take this method of
Informing the pnhlie that iiiv entire
stock of goods will be sold at cost
from this on. Persons kdowing them
selves indebted toiuv are requested to
citll ami settle between this anil
l-eii. i, i.8.i. All accounts retiming
unsettled by the ahove mentioned
date will be given Into the hands of a
What Women Should Use
Dyspepsia, weak back, desponden.
cy ami other troubles caused me fear
ful suffering, but Parker's Ginger
Tonic makes nfe feel like a new being,
A grent remetly. r.very woman
should iibu it. Mrs. Merit., Pitts
ijuick, complete cure, all annoying
ICidncy, Bladder and Urinary Diisca.
Foil Rknt. As I intend to go to
farming in the spring 1 will rent my
house and lot, together with shop,
lumber shed and Stable. My shop is
20x2-1 feet, t wostory high: the lumber
shed Is 13x1. feet. The property Is as
good a location for a wagon-maker
os can be found In the county. For
further particulars address
W. H. COLKMAX,
Beavertown, Snyder Co., Pa.
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even tho pationce of Job would be
exhausted were ho a dreachcr and en
deavoring to iuteresthis audience while
they were keeping up asj incessant
roughing, niakingit impossible for him
to be heard. Yet, how very easy can
ail thia be avoided by simply using Dr.
King's Now Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. Trial fiottlet
given away t J. A. Moatz' Drng Store
"Wells' Health Rencwer" restore
health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Ims
potency, sexual Ability, fl.
TE C.UKAT FEMi LE REMEDY
is prepared by the WOMEN'S MED
ICAL I.VSTiriJTU OF iUFFLO
X. Y., and is their favorite prescription
for ladies who oro suffering from any
weakness or complaints common to
the sex. It "is eold by druggists at
$1.00 per bottle. Ladies can obtain
advice FREE. Send stamp for names
of those who have been CURED.
Nov. 2, 1882. ly.
ootsiursD wirsr.T er
Simonton, Barber & Co.
" .No. i
... CO to W
....29 to fit)
Corn new ,
Mlirldi. f'lilnkun. ..u II.
f'hestnut Ooal ,
111. .1.1. s-t... I -
K if u Coal v.,
iiuu... ..... .
. inn, l-l, lmr Itlll,,, ,,..,,,,
Salt per barrel ,
" " " small
Jan. 14. bv Rev. W. A. Huh a r.
Stetler, of Kanti, to Mist Hiuiiiu'm'.
Itoush, of Freeburg.
Jan. lJtll. In Patnn Imn . M aani.
ib the 8r4 yar of Iter re.
in Union twp., on Jan. 17, 1
Ja vb ISeobrist, aj-ed t3 y;ars.
M III! I II ... SIS ,1J.'1." . ig
Trunks, Satchels, Vatlsea, ant) every
thing belonging to a complete travel
ing outfit, cheap at 8, Oppciiheiuier'a,
Bkttlkmrvt NoTtcK. Persons
knowing themselves Indebted to me
on subscription, advertising, urjob
work, are respectfully requested to
call ami settle at their earliest con
venience and greatly oblige,
i Yours 4o.
J KUE CROUSE.
Wantkd a Tanskk. The un de
signed desires to employ a good
tanner and .currier permanent situa
tion. Mood wages will be paid. In
Jon. 4, '8il.ini. New Berlin, Pa.
GILBERT & CROUSE,
oer Ibrlr Prcl-inionsl rvlnai It lh Huh
lis Allt jiIiim nt.a.iU le llitlr osr will r
ol imaiit attaatloa. Custslittinni In t'n.
llibsBdilrrmsu. Biel l.'vl.
yyM. K. HOISVVEIITH,
fll.-tt til nd l!othr Irunll.u.lnio pruit
ly mtfn.lj io, UoDtullslloui lu LukIhIi sii
Alt btiilnsal antrat1 In hi cats will I a
lrotuiitl; Atltmlcd la.
11 ' D"KlT'll'CH,
" at rn it : i: a r.i, , w.
Mirlcrl si., tirlinntfrntr, Vt
All rrottonl Hismm prompilj attm!cC
to. UuuiullslloDt lo hnyllili soil tUrmsn
J li. WUNDERLY,
Miililltlmrti, Sinnli r (! ,
Cao bt eoitpultri Id Lnullib orrnn.
A ttoriify-A t- Lmr,
MliMI, lii-(, Pviiu'ii
All cf','""',"'Al 1'ii.ino ntrn.tft.l to bit
eir wtll raetlr prinipl itttantintt,
CuniulUHout la Kuslluli uliI (lrmn.
o. I. 0,'Ts.
CnlltMMna idaSs. UoomltatlnnA In Knlti
sod (lrniAii. (tun f;.:, 'Ts.tr.
New Berlin. Pcnn'a.
PrnfMnlonsI lintinnA ntrnitl !o hla firn
will r (-! prompt Atti-nllou. Jiiuf 30, Vt.
Q1IA3 V LLRICIL
Attorney 4 Oonnscllor-At-Law,
Offl6 III App'i llml.l'nx nn ilnoi Nurtb al
K Avsress Hiitsl.
KclluNKrotr. I'onn ii.
lotl(tlon Anil All othr prni.MionAl lionl-
In ollrlltd And will rorlT. rolul n.l
prompt AHeniloD. Apr.ll.'Te.tl.
ATTOHNF V ITI.1V
MIDIII.EItl'UH, HN YK1K VI)., PA
'lfir M Prnrtlnnsl 8rli to tb rabll
OooiultAtloni Is Knitllib adiI UtruiAO.
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Offrri hli profoMlnnAl nrrrn in It, nuhlle.
vviiwimr. nfiii uiuariirmvPDIOnai btiai.
iia ntruntl lo bit ea will ri-nt
prompt Attention, (iiflr two ituora
M ilb ol Ik Normal ftcbool.
Jao. t, si.
"ATTORNEY AT LAW, Lewishurg, P
Offer, hi. priifmlnnnl Lrrli-ei to tha pulill..
Cnllrollnna anil All othar prnlaa.lnnal hail,
sua snlrtiitail to hie r will recsit
AW."P0TTER, N. I. POTTER
a nonxE rs a r la w.
Sellnsgrove, Yd ,
Off"T lhlr prnfalnnl lrlon In Ilia pobll
All latcAl I'U.lu. antriiat4 In Ibelr ar will
raoalva imnipt attanUun. Uffleaoo Main hi.
July a, 'TV.
TTORNEY At LA W.
All proiaxtnnal liu'lnana ami rollptln D
Iruateil in hie rvra will b promptly aiicnit
.it to. o lian.iuuli. In Knull.ta or
liarmAa. OiUoa oo ilarkal houar.
Oet. 'i7, aj.
JJ H. GUIMil,
AND DIKTKICT ATTOHNKY KOIt SN Vl'tK
OnnanltAtlnn in .bulb kugllab and (lerman
I.anxn.sea. Oct. , 1-1.
JOUN II, ARNOLD,
Attorney nt In,w,
Profanli.oal hutlnai. ntrunol to bit cara will
vm pruiupiiy Atironaq tl
f ATT0UNEV AT LAW,
Uffra bla profnaalonsl aarvle to tha publlo,
Uolloilnna ami all otbar pf.ilel,iQ bull.
Baaa utrutor to ma oara will raoalr
A C. SIMPSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Soli nerj rove, Pn.
Offara hli prnfenlonal tarvlraa In tha iml.llo
All buaiaas antrutt..l to lit. eara will b
.... l'fo"P'l AtlasJaU to.
CAMUEL II. ORWIQ,
A TTQMTEY A T-LA W,
Lewlaburn, t'ulou Co., I'n:
OSIca no afsrkot Strast, on door ssat 01 Cam
HA8 BEEN PROVED
I n HUUIir nilDI in aa
toaalAaa baok a'
oat tliat you an
Owing (o forjtc.mpls.ted clmngo tt my business in the very rear fu
ture, I am now oft'eriog great lBrgaini in every department I Lave
lasge variety of Illnnkds, yet on land white nnd eolored which I en
ofTericg bffotfl cot, at I desire to olear them out bf f ire long. Kino asioit-
mouV of l.adio t and Childrei. a CO.V I !S. aouio at cpst. and some much be
low coat, Also a few U LSI KHS hft. Yon can buy a fane Coat for very
little money if you call no whilo tho assortment is full, r'hawls f mi!
kinds nt bottom prices, Ircss tioods. (linghmnn. Flannels, fii., bsv s i
been reduced in prices. 1 bave n lino of Mcu's L'ndurwear aod Olorsn
which I am ofleriog for tnnoli lest flmn they c n bo bought elsewtiero, ami
you ore invited lo call nuJ take a look nt thorn. Catpols. Oil Cloth. U'tga
&.0 , will also 9 tol l nt reduced prices. Tim ohj""t of the great rtduc
lion in to rotluno the stock as much nn posaibla before tho 1st of March.
If yon wnn't bargains mi.l also havo tlin ndvautoo to noluot from It Inrd
slock, call now. Kcapeclfully Submitletl,
' M. M I2IH,
Sclij, strove, I'a.
f1HE unJerbignel woulil rospect
fully nnnounro to the public that be
in still in tho Hold, with the mont
completo stock of Furniture iu tin
county, which the
of tho pn .t few montbn just idea bint
to sill at bottom price. Tho stuck
an J everything in tho Furniture lino.
Call ami see for yonrsehoa.
Pee, I, '83- Belinsgrovo, Pa.
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A LECTURE TO YOUNQ MEN
ON THE LOiS OF
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RhiMcuI our a of Samtnil Wxintii iirrtpxH.
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fully selected miscellane
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COLUMXS will be wide
the most at tractive reading
circulated in Snyder coun
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COLVMWS will keep pace
with the rajiid progress of
events in the . at ion
All ice ask is a hearing.
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for six months. 60 cents
for four months.
Having just added a l;t
of new JOB TITR and
gcnnrally overhauled thf
office ice arc now prepared
to execu te first -class
of all kinds on short notice.
A specialty made on.
Our oul fit for this style of
Job work cost neurit $500.
All uiulers lymail will re
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