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MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., SEPTEMBER (i,; 181)5.
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kaS of LOO AL INTEREST
S, Goods at Wittcutuyor'B.
rtfcts. at N. T. Dundore's,
Road F. II. Maurcr's now adver
Notice. Wvia's store at Selins
grove, will bo closed on Saturday
Charles Hoffman, tho Selinsgrove
trucker, Bold a load of sweet potatoes
in town on Friday of last week.
Tho new goods at L. Duukclberg-
or's Millinery are open to inspection.
Call to soo and learn of tbo bargains.
Ladies' Cloaks ami Capos, all the
latest Fall and Winter styles, can be
.blinked next week.
Tut bicycle craze Las at least in-
.jea tuo sale oi arnica.
The moth is getting ready to fat-
on c iinpbor and tar papor.
Tin-Masonic Lodge moots at Sc-
igrove, Tuesday evening, uet. ist. und at rock bottom prieos at r . 11.
Jewelry received at II. H M-uWh. New Berlin.
itztis for sale at rock bottom M. Miller s store at Katitz will be
I .,l,,n,1 I... U. ou 11...
. .in,in, m-n win" I viuuzuurgor s of tuis placo and D,
is aro not calculated to improve -
Le'i tamper. I We regret to bo compelled to
p.ii a W W. Wittenrnver's Store chronicle tbo illness of Dr. llassing-
.hnion Dress Uoods. Uaiicoes, "' j. .
lUV- I M
aofs, Underware, etc.
Death of Dr. Geo P. Miller.
Last week tbo sad ii-mvs of tbo
doath of Dr. Geo. P. Miller reached
our ears. Tbo Doctor breathed his
last in tho city of Kane on Wedues-
day. Wbilo the end of lifo was ex
pected, his friends did not expect it
so soon. Death was du U tho
ravagos of consu uption, the malady
which compelled him to rolituiuisu
his practice at this place a year ngo
IIh was the s hi of II and Mrs.
Chan. Miller of S item. He attended
school at Susi!ioh:itin:i University,
belinsgrove, snd 'iinrwuia look a
courso in modicino at Medico Chi
College of Phil adelphia. Tbo Doc
tor practiced his profession in this
placo for several years and was uni
versally praise l. La-t summer the
Doctor went tj Ashoville, N. C
thinking that the pim-h would prove
benefioial to his health. He rem lin
ed 8 mouths and returnod somewhat
improved. Locating at his fat bur's
home in Penn township, he grad
ually grew worse.
ivirly in August tuo Doctor was
taken to Kane, a place tba. is fully
described in this isnuo, by the
graphio pon of hi brother William
The body was brought to his fa
ther s residence oil rriday and on
Saturday tho funeral took place at
Row's church, Salom, Pa. He was
married to a daughter of Honry
Moyer, one of tho bust known citi
zens of Penn township. The funer
Rev. and Mrs. P. E. Pfleuger of al servicos were conducted by Rovs
Lluabethviyo visited tho family of Suable and Haas. A briof biography
W. 1 . Feese last week on thoir re-1 was read by his life long frioud.
turn from Conference at Beaver- Prof. Johu I. Woodruff.
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town. i Next week we exnect to nublisn a
S. Weis. Selinsffrovo in !n lb a Knni. I portrait of the deceased and a com-
ern citioB this week purchasing Fall Proi 8KOlcu OI Ul8 1,10
Valtha Riverside Hotel, Milton I goods. Delay your nurehases oniil
iisitei hia brother Jay in this place y0u see Mr. Weis' stock. Lowest
U week. prices guaranteed.
Geo. S. Shaffer and family have The'Farmer's Alliance of Snvdor The people of Herudon waut
loveJtoMt.Carniel The Post will county will hold their annual picnic county budge across tho busqiie
jutinue to make its weekly visit to in Bower's Grove on Saturday, Oct. hauna river and they intend to have
5th. John A. Gundv of Lowisbuis oueiftherois any possible way to
and W. A. Gardner, the State Presi- gel it. Last april they petitioned
dent, will deliver addresses.
Bargains in Second hand Whekls
At tho Columbia agency, Selins
grove, Pa. Pneumatics (new tires
Columbia) 19 00, 22.00, SJti.OO,
fcfM.OO and $38.00. Above aro it gu
lar men s sizes and aro newly en
Wallace D. Baekh.
Printing B Telegraph.
! I'lectrii'til Tutn'twiter Thtl
Trunamitt I'rhUed Cntractei'.
Tho printing telegraph, though a
levico of comparatively recent de
velopment, has been tbo subject of
ceaseless investigation, andjlpracti
cal workers in electricity have direct
ed their whoio attention in somo in-
Htancos to tho truiisinisrtioii of mes-
ages and tuo recording of tlicm in
plain Roman characters.
Women would make good voters
odp respect. They would all like
hvo an honest count.
i selection of &U kinds oi jewelry
ii iust been received. Call at
mitzel's and bo convinced.
Wagensoller of Selinsgrove.
A. E. Soles, the new harbor, has
an advertisement in the Post. Read
it. He is a good barber and will
give you satisfactory service.
The Demorest Base Bull team last
week won the first and second games
frmn ihn Silnluirr tonni in a uririau
Few can Una iauu wnn a y uuuK of fiye M fojp a ize of m
JOWWanilBK luo Mi,.T.il.Wn.inl-1.,lr1t1..u
i . .11 1 V. .l.Tfri liim I p,-.
eiiy girun nil i.u ceived her Fall and Winter Goods
A. H. Vhh and M. K. Schoch and to the inspection of which she in-
teir wives, oi swineiora were iu VitCs tier patrons and customers,
iiikJelphia and Atlantic City last
Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. O. H. Stein
r ment last Friday at Adams-
uri and Saturday at the Ridge
CLas. B. Weisor, the late proprie-
Port Treverton Free Biidge.
F,l O. Sbindel. is canvassiug at
laniHburg sellinsr books. We uu
rslnndhe is meeting with fair
Tie economical bicycle girl has
5r uleeveH mado in such a way as
Libeabla to transform them into
All ilelegates expecting to attend
he State Sunday School Convention
Ihoulil hand in thoir names to C. A,
Wanted. Canvassing agent for
each county in Pcnna. for sale of
medicine and other articles. Salary
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31. L. Snyder raised 818 busuels oi ttn j C0IU. Exclusive territory. Ro
botatoos of tho Irish Daisy and commendation and Bccunty reuuir-
tho commissioners of Northumber
land county, but those officials do
clined to act unless compelled to do
bo by the court, uud Wednesday tho
Herudonites took tbo initiatory
steps by filing with Prothonotary
Kremer a potitiou asking for a free
bridge across tho Susiuohauua Riv
er connecting Herudon, Northum
berlund county, and Port Treverton
Snydor county. Tho petition
volvos the Commissioners of Snyder
county inasmuch as the bridge shall
be built at tho expense of the two
counties. Tho Judge ordered tbut
for the 'VrJtei'tion of the l'lihlir
Jtealtht ai'l to J'w.nt u lultit
lion of Jhiiru l'rt)lnc'sinilfrtitl
in th SuU Thereof.
Skctw'h 1s Bj it onictol, Si,
Tuatn) per .ion, linn or corporate
body shall manufacture out of any
oleaginous sabstanco or any com
pound of the same, otb - than that
produced from unadulterated milk
or of cream from tho same, any ar-
Sent to Penitentiary
Its advantages aro simply thoso of ticlo Uesifftiod to take tho placo of
an electrical typewriter, by means of butter or cheeso produce 1 from pure
which the message is printed in the unadultorntcd milk, or croam from
presence of the transmitting opor- the sanie, or of any imitation or
tor in page form, and a diipheateof I adulterated buttor or choose, nor
the same printed at all the receiving shall sell or offer for sale, or have in
statiouson tho line, whether it be a
long or short circuit. A single
transmission print-nt simultaneous.
y in page form roady for tho com
positor's caso in all the
olliees of many cities.
his, her or their possession with in
tent to Bell tho same as an article of
Sbctios 8. Every salo of such ar-
uewspapor I tide or sabstancn, wutcu is promo-
ited by the first section of this act,
It is said to differ materially from I made after this aot shall take elToct,
all other known moans of telegraphy I is hereby, declarod to bo unlawful
in one esseutial particular. In it the land void, and no action shall bo
impulses move the instruments, maintained in any of tho courts of
whereas iu other systems tho instru- this State to recover upon any cou
tu out t move the impulse - that is to tract for the sale of any such nrticlo
say, tho transmitter of the messugo or substance.
is caused to run bv a seoorate now- Skotios 8. (.Is amt'.wled by the
or. ;o combination of electrical lin-1 Act of Jane 'idth, la.'.).) Jvory per
pulso or currents is employed. An I son firm or corporate body who
oven succession of dot i or impulses, I shall manufacture, sell or offor or
which oiierute t be nolai izo J i ula v ar- eXDOSe lor sale, or have in bis, her
mature at tho receiving station, lor their possession, with iutont to
places the revolving typo whool in I sell, any substance, tho manufacture
the required position, whou the lo I and sale of which is prohibited by
cal mechauism causes the! letter to I the first section of this act, shall,
be printed. I for every such offonso. forfeit and
Tho apparent impossibility of I pay the sum of one hundred dol
transmitting printed characters 500 liars, which shall be roooverablo,
or 1,000 miles over a single wire at I with costs, by any person suing iu
once presents itself to the mind. and the name of the Commonwealth, as
it is overcome iu this system, it is deots Of like amount &ro uy .JW
asserted, iu a very simple way. coverable, one-hall oi wnich sum
Each letter of tho ulpbabet is repro- when so recoverod shall bo paid to
snted by n certain number of im- the proper county treasurer for the
pulses, which revolve tho typo wheel uso of tho county in which tho suit
to the retiuired Position, when tho is brought, aud tho other half shall
letters are struck by tho local mal- bo paid to tho Dairy and Food Com
l,.t. missionor, or his agent, and by him
Fourteen imnulsos represent tho covorod into tbo Stato Treasury, to
entire, alphabet, making a complete bo kont as a fraud, separato aud
revolution of tho typo wheel, which apart for the uso of the Depart
mav bo returned 200 revolutions per mont of Agriculture for tbo enforce
miuuto. thus securing very rapid mont of this act, and to bo drawn
printing. Its a Iva-itao also is that out upon warrants approved und
of absolute secrecy as a means of signed by tho Secretary of Agricul-
communication. Tho advantage of turo uud tho Auditor General
tho printing telegraph for tho trans- Skchon 1. Every person who
mission of nows to the uewsp ipcr violates tho provisions of the first
oflices is unquestionably a subject section of this act, snail bo doomed
iommandinif attention on the part Bilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
of progressive proprietors. 'niter
Kew York varietv, from two acres of od. Articles A No. 1. New Digestion the count v commissioners of Nor
round. Stlinsgrove JriOutie. Co., Burlington, N. J. thumberlund county and tho Phila-
Wm TT nil of Adamsburtr cal- 919-3t- dolphin & Readiug Railroad com
1 at this office on Tuesday. Mr. Pkotect the Gamk and Fish.-, pany severally answer tho petition
TmAo aa. l,. will i.a a candidate Shoot and fish only in the proper and rulo within fifteen duys from
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orfnntitv Trrxiuiirnr at the next season ana escape tuo game waruen tuo tune mis rule is served on incui
KmnLlloiin nrimnrv oj observing the laws. Many states Kulo returnable October a, at
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n. Jn Mrtnrn Twn.. Qave Kame ana usu laws mis o clock p. m.
uu iit aia iu u r -
lor many years the property of Hi
irmanT years the property of Hi- yea" audyou aonfc know tbom, Tho reason the notice was served
imP App has been sold to Albert end five 2c. stamps for a copy of the on the P. and R. Railroad company
Urburger,'a prosperous Grocery 2-T,8 f,WlTlf Amoricaa ? Wa,U8,W tIw0eJ thfl LriJ"e
fish laws this
don't know thorn,
Tho reason the notice was served
f an of Selinsgroye, for ?H000,
Field, 215 State St., Chicago.
It is again rumored that the rail-
B.H. Lance of Mifllinburg, the r0ftj laij 0ut from Selinsgrove to
omb atoue man, on Tuesday put up Miillintowu will shortly be built
most handsome monument over xhe road from Mifllintown down
grave of the late Jacob P. Au- Ttll vftll,,v is in courHo of constrnc
lna in the Middleburgu cemetery. tion ftn.i ,vill likolv bo exft,naed
Irwin Laudenslagor of Ponn outh to coun(,ct with the Baltimore
ana uuio. xuiscan easuy oe con
nected there with the Readiug Road
at Cloment, opposite Sunbury,
formerly located thore.
ownship was among the County
cat visitors on Tuesday. Mr. Laud-
uekger is looking up his Interests
Q tie political field expecting to be
candidate for County Treasurer.
Kotick. All who left watches and
Our Mailing List is always in Sight.
Snyder county has two papers tho
Post and 1crald, both claiming tie
largett circulation. The latter
claims to lead by more thau four
hundred. There is u mistake some
where, gentlumeu, we can't think
thn.t. vnu cun both have tba lurirent
The old jewelry stand of Phillip Urcuhition. ZWAiim.
bwinorord, dec d, is now in cuarge Our mailing list is always pasted
of CO. Moyer and Co. All kinds nn fh. ...ftll in fii,rilt ot overv bo.lv
'locks at Philip Swineford's Jewolry o epainng aone on snort noc wb0 comes into our office. That is
Itore for repairs shall be removed AU worK 18 . where it has been ever since we camo
P W days or the same wiU bo sold at Pr,C08 Bre "1BUB u .w""- f here. Any porsous doubting our
fubliesale for the charges for re- ul1 hn0 ,o1 watches and clocki u. ciroulation ciftiQ, can count the
fmng. J. C. SwisErOBD, ways on xuiuu. n. nuies on our mailing list
9-19-Ht, Administrator. "Mistaken Souls Who Dkeam of
Theofflr.er.ftf n- TT. n Rnndav Bi.iss."-lhe foUowing marriage Ii, 1 Court was very poorly attended
fchool wore elected on Sunday and 0en8e9 ?ve Veon eranioa luco ouH Uiia week
r . ,n . fs.tAt iasi puuiicunon :
iilivruii ununvunjuHci, . c-uu a " p..
f vr v n.;ni, " '
F E. Spocht t Asst. SudL. Geo. E.
Ppecht; Secretary, Hathaway Mertz;
Mt. Sec, Dundore "Walter j Treas
prer, M. L. Shannon j Librarian,
fwrence A. Bpecht i Organist, Ma-1
uelandt Asst. Organist. Clara
)Mrs. Nora V. Ulricb,
Harry P. Bolig, Selinsgrove
i E. Catherine Arbogast,
Charles W. Hook, Adams Twp.,
i Maggie M. McSear, " ,r
j John Mitchel, Union county,
Simon Fogelman was sentenced
this week to serve one year in the
Kane, the great Oil Metropolis is
the subject of an exhaustive article
by Wm. K. Miller in this issue.
Centre Twp. I Don't fail to read it.
conviction, snail bo punished by a
tiao of not less than ono hundred
dollars, nor more than threo hun
dred, or by imprisonment in the
county jail, for not less than ten nor
moro than thirty days, or both such
Mi's. Ida I'.. Horie and little sou,
Guy, of Millorsburg aro visiting
menus ana reiauves iu ouyuer ean d imnrisonmont for tho tlrst
iKuiitj.uutuD 0i,c....t, mu,, olTensei. and imnriHonmout lor one
their tune with her parents, l'erry fr nn nft,ii
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Aurand and wile at Jvreamer. ,..nv k it 1, tl. .lurv
The United F.vangelical Sunday of tho constables of tho several cities
School and K. L. C. K. Convention under oath to tho courts of quarter
nf Mnviler count v will be held in tho sossious of all violations of any of
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United Evangelical church at Mid- the provisions of this act which may
dleburgh from Oct. Uth to 11th, 1K05.
There is onothor caso of typhoid
fever reported at Globo Mills. This
disease has been in that community
for somo time, mid it seems to be
tho opiuion of somo medical mou
that it has its origination in u pool
of stagnated water near that place.
This pond should bo examined by
tho proper authorities, and if found
to contain diseased gorms, it should
be immediately exterminated, before
any other diseaso is caused by it,
Stilinttyro ve Timet.
Tho Middloburgh Justico had his
first wedding on Saturday. When
two persons camo into tho oilico,
shortly after tho couple entered,
the justice had a half
como or bo brought to thoir notice,
and it shall be tho duty of tho judgos
of tbo said courts to soo that the
aaid returns are made regularly and
Section C. This act shall tako ef
fect on the first day of July, ono
thousand, eight huudrod and oighty-
Nwction 7. All nets or parts o
acts inconsistent with tho provisions
of this act aro hereby repealed.
Aitiioved The 22ud day oi May,
A. D. 105.
A portrait aud sketch of Dr. Goo,
P. Miller, deceased, will appeor in
our next issue.
StovebI Stoves!! II you nootl
any thing in the line of Stoves you
dozen law can save from 2 to 6 dollars by com
books lying open before him. The ing to us to buy. We have a ful.
Justico was afraid he would make line of the very latest improved
a mistake in tying tho knot ana Lo I Stoves, Ranges and Heaters in stock
conducted tho couple to his private I also Spouting, Roofing and Stove
residence. There was no necessity I repairs at the lowest prices. Come
for having the wedding private as it and see our stock before buying
was merely a ratification of what I elsewhere. Shop close to the rail
had been done before. All parties road station.
including the Justice have our best Bhakkox It Mattes,
wishes. I if. SwiaeforO, Pa.
John Coleman anj H.ittiu Stroet. both
colored", were Sentenced to Hard
Lalior and Solitary Confine
ment in the Eastern Peni
tentiary. The iron hand of the law is si vei
when its mandates are vinluted.
Yet it is tho arm of protection to
those who abide by the standard of
justice. But what is justice? The
judiciary is often at a loss to know
the truth and in the case of i lie ( Viu.
moiiwealtb vs. John Coleman mid
Hattio Street, the test lliliinv mux
.loubly eontlicting.yet the jury found
a verdict, guilty of larceny. Tin
prosecutor swore he was held up
and robbed of a watch, charm and
money. The defendants swore that
the watch was given to Hattio Street
in payment for illegitimate services.
Now it became a matter with tbo
jury which side to believe. Evident
ly they prefered to believe tho prose
cutor, nn opinion that does not uni
versally prevail. Having been found
guiity, it became the duty of the
court to sentence thorn. Not desir
ing to put tlto county to the expense
of keeping them, they were sen
tenced. John Coleman to pay a fine
of $", tho costs of prosecution and
undergo imprisonment in the East
ern penitentiary at hard labor for
two ymtn and Hattio Street, same
fine and costs with a similar confine
ment of is mouths. This undoubt
edly is a severe penalty, perhaps
justly inflicted. If it is not, and we
doubt it, tbo censure can not bo
placed upon tho court.
Tbe-coutrt of this cse to the
ouo'iu fi ueiguuoiiug l uuiuv, HUlrr
the offouders who got nwav with
thousuuds of dollars are still at
ante, prosents a problem that baf
fles tho simplest logic. We hope,
however, for tho suko of tho jurv
who rendered tho verdict iu thoSuy-
ler county case, that this is all right
and tho due in tho neighboring coun
ty is all wrong.
llahnomaii App and wifo. of Bris-
tol, Elkhart county, Ind., arrived on
bicycles Monday having mado the
trip since Tuesday, September M,
lining by way of Caua la and Ni
agara Falls, Buffalo, Rocboiter uud
Canandiagua. Mrs. App only learn
ed to rido this summer and in view
of that she has proved a good
cyclist. Mr. App was u former resi
dent of Soliusgrove. He went west
ubout thirty years ago and is a
Mason and Knight of Pythias. They
stopped over night with C. W. Bas-
sler, a cousin, und went to Selins
grove Tuesday. Sxnluru tent.
Prof. E. Stone Wiggins, who de
clares ho predicted tbo great storm
in March, lH'.Kl, prodicts another of
equal violouco between tho 17th and
21st of this month. Ho says it wiU
swoop tbo shores of all continents
from the equator to tho poles as
early as the 17th inst.. but on th
east coast of North America will
reach its climax, with high tides by
tbo nfternoou of tbo 21st. There is
danger of volcanic uphe iveU on the
meridian of Japan and of earth
quakes in South America and .Mex
The .'list nun mil convention of the
Pennsylvania State Sabbath School
association will bo held at Williams
port October , 'J and lo. The ur
rangoments mado aro upon a very
liboral Fcale, and tbo program in
cludes tho namos of distinguished
speakers within tho limits of Penn
sylvania aud sovoral from outside
tho state. Tho musio will be in
chargo of Prof. J. R. Sweuey, who
will bo assistod by a traiued chorus
led by tho Rov. James C u ter of
Williamsport. Tho work of tho as
sociation during tho past year has
boon vigorously prosocutod, aud
great results will be shown at the
e lining state convention, which will
doubtless bo one of the largest the
association has ever held.