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MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO.; PA., OCTOBER 31, 1895.
BUSINESSMEN WHO WANT RESULTS SHOULD PLANT THEIR ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE MIDDLEBGrgI 1
i HEMS of LOCAL INTEREST
Lnncnsler Ginghams still 4J cents
Shell Oysters take tho lead nt the
Ki'iily male shoots and pillow
I cries nt Wcis', Solinsgrove.
Come again and try those Shell
I Outers Central Hotel.
Dr. D. U. ouiith ox Frooburg was
licounty seat visitor on Monday.
Buv your Boots, Shoes and Rub-
Iters at M. S. Schroyer's. 12-15-95,
Thomson's glove fitting corsets in
Lll sizes at Weis', Solinsgrove.
George Steilor is building a lutn
er hed at the rear of the planing
Miss Mary Clark of Altoona is tbo
cuest ut George Erhart s. Swine-
Peter Garman and wife of 1 re-
oont visited David Kerstctter and
Life on Sunday.
Sult rhoum is cured by Ayer's
Usaparilla. Write J. C. Ayek Co.,
Lowell, for evidence.
Mrs. M. L. Kreeger of Millers-
Lara visited relatives in town dur-
ii the past week.
Physicians prescribe Ayer'H Pills
i. the safest and most perfect car
For Guns, Revolvers, Ainmuni-
on, aud Sporting goods go to M
Sohroyer'B. 12 15-95.
ErncHt Swincford of MifHinburg
,1 a visit to D. T. Rhoads the
p pr of this week.
iJ sr'pves in all the late shades
1 .vV'sold at cost on opeair. day
Pysters on the half shell by the
pen, quart and hundred at tho
largo and well selected stock of
res, Rubbers, and Hardware, at
k Bottom pricca at M. S. Schroy.
X. Thompson Jr. and JayG.
isi-r aud the Misses Bolender
Keto the county'B metropolis on
II. Custer and wife aud E. C
ybill and wife attended the fu
ll of William Davis at Richfield
man who gots mad at what tho
papers say of him should ro
thanks three times daily for
t they know about him. but
mloclcuuing up tin debris of
wrecked muil train near New-
. a lurgo number of through
enger trains were run over this
ill pay the faro for all persons
;omo from a distance and buy
worth of goods ut my store.
Solinsgrove 7'imea lust week
"Let us soe : Editor Wagon
's father was appointed Scnsus
trutor in lH'JO." Yes, but wo
1-ugle, Stato Librarian, and
"u Zeiglur recently paid a visit
K C. illiums at Chnpnian,
unty. A full account is pub-
'iQ this issue.
I. K. IWiller Kun (if KaU...
been granted letters of ad
oration in the estate of his
r. George, will settle un tho
f of the estate.
E. C. Aurand is Drenared to
you with evervthinor in th
'Notions, Fancy Goods and
cry. Ladioe' and children's
eatly and tastily trimmed.
Ira. E. Ulab last week one
S invited hnr naiffkhnm
F9 French Plftf.a ATI I IVAUA
ptuous banpuet preparatory
r"g to Millersburir, where Mr.
Ulsh will make their fa-
Wra. Harter of Hartleton visited
our county seat last Thursday. He
paid his respects to this oflico.
A six-months-old child of L. S.
Hartman, proprietor of tho River
side hotel, died at Milton last week
of brain fever.
The Lord's Supper was celebrated
in the Lutheran church on Sunday
morning. Nineteen persons were
added to tho church membership.
H. Opponheiuier, Bolinsgrove, Pa.,
has a full lino of gloves on handj
Kid, Castor, Buckskin, Hogskin, 4ne
dress and cloth gloves ut tho most
reasonable rates. 10-21-3t.
J. L. Yearger of Swengel an old
friend of J. W. Swartz, came to
town and renewed old acquaintance
ship with the commissioners' clerk
on last Thursday.
Winter goods at Irs. E. C. Aur
and's Millinery and Fancy store,
such as Ladies' Hats, Coats, Caps,
and Chrildren's coats. All are in
vited to come aud see.
Blauk Si Guttshall have added to
their Roller Flouring Mill a first
class Buck wheat mill and aro pre
pared at all times to exchange Hour
for buck wheat.
tf. Blank Gcttsiiall,
B. H. Custer of Swineford propos
es to be a candidate for County
Treasurer. By all appearances there
will be four or livo candidates for
this position and the contest prom
ises to be a lively one.
R. Gunsburgor has just returned
from the Eastern cities with an im
mense stock of Clothing, Gent's
Furnishiug Goods, Underwear,
Overcoats and -wmythinjrin hli
line at prices lower than ever.
Martin Rohbach of ew Berlin
hs a iiico lot of clover seed, Tim
othy seed Alfalfa, Crimson and all
kinds of common clover for Bale
. .mi i n i I. .
r uriuiTd wui uo wen 10 can to soe
his line before purchasing else
A good record was made last Frl
day by a Suyder county horse at
Packers Island. Tho horso was
bought by Dr. Cuwloy about a year
ago irom John Kichter and the
horse was taken from tho plow in
Juno and has been on tho truck on
ly since then. Tho rocord made
was 2:23 and tho horso is known by
the name of "Idid."
When your bicycles neod repairs,
go to W. D. Baker, 2.U Pino St.,
helmsgrove, Pa., aud have it well
done. Bicycles bought sold and ex-
changed. Renting. Instructions in
ruling. A complete lino of cycling
sundries, Second hand wheels al
ways in stock. Agency for the Cele
brated Columbia Bicycles. tf,
Miss Susio Stapleton of Lewis-
burg, who just finished a most suc
cessful courso of instruction iu elo
cution for a class in Soliusgrove,
came to Middloburgh on Monday
for tho purpose of organizing a class
here. Miss Stupleton is it master in
tho art nnd she spares no pains to
impress tho sumo thoroughness
upon her pupils.
Winter Millixeiiy Oi-enixo. In
accordauco with my usual custom I
will huve my Winter Millinery Open
ing on Wednesday und Thursday,
October ntith and 31st. ' I will havo
about 75 or 10D trimmed hats on
land. Great bargains iu notions
cuu bo secured. A cordial invitation
is extended to bo present nt tho op
ening. LilUUlE DUNELEUEItUEII.
The announcement of the death of
William Davis of Richfield cast a
gloom upon his many friends here.
For more than a year he was clerk
ing for Mr. Custer in Swineford.
He was universally liked. Of late he
followed the business of huckster
ing and visited Sunbury regularly.
He died last Thursday and was
buried on Sunday, his funeral be
ing very largely attended. He was
about 30 years of age and unmar
ried. The Garfield Band, of which
he was the popular leader, attended
the funeral in a body.
Eggs. higher N. T. Dundore.
i Dr. HasHiuger is again able to bo
Judgo Burlier, S. P. Wolvnrton,
A Y. Potter, C trol Bolig. F. J.
Schoch, Dr. B. F. Wageusellor,
Lewis Amig and O. C. Wa r-nsMlcr
are attending U. S. c urt iu Pitts
burg this weok.
Miss Mario Jolitmm, the artful, of
Lowistown is visiting Mrs. J. C,
Atmg in Swineford. We wouder
whether sh. htn any moio fake wed
ding storioH to givo to tho newspa
Ji. m. Jteuio lias a lull ami cotu-
ploto line of now cook stoves,
ranges, square heaters, tin ware,
etc. boo Ins advertisement iu this
paper. Prices to suit tho times.
The old jowohy staud of Phillip
Swineford, dee'd, is now in chargo
of C. O. Moyor nnd Co. All kinds
of repairing done on short notice,
i . .
aii worK is guaranteed and our
prices are made to suit the times. A
full line of watches aud clocks al
ways on baud. tf,
I havo on hand quito a number of
of second hand cook stoves, round
heaters and square heaters that can
be bought very reasonably. Call to
see them before they aro goue.
II. M. Reiole,
tf. Middloburgh, Pa.
JilSTAKEN BOUL8 UO JJREAM OF
Buss." The following marriage li
eenses have been grantod siuco our
last publication :
! Reuben Markley, Beaver Springs,
Minnie Rothermel, Mt. Pt. Mills.
S Daniel H. Treasler, Crossgrove,
(luu Ji. men wine, Wagner,
zou can earn jaeacn uay giving"
our absolutely indisponsible house
hold article away. New plan of work,
making experience uu necessary uud
success certain for either sex iu any
section. Sample dozen freo. Credit
given. Freight paid. A d d r o s s,
Melkose MVa. Co., MS Melioso
Park, III. l().l()-it.
Well said by a Republican ex
chango: Tho candidates for next
year can vastly improve their pros
pects before tho noxt Republican
couuty prim try by working for a
big votn and Republican success in
their districts this year. Get out
tho voto and help to win success
this year, uud you will deservo tho
support of your friends in your
aspiration next year. Get out the
Sylvester Rowen, tho proprietor
of tho Summit House, hud u remark-
ttblo experience with an infuriated
bull last week. Mr. Boweu walked
into the field to look at the cuttle.
Before he knew it, tho bull rushed
up behind Mr. Boweu und cave him
a bump. Mr. Boweu was then en
tirely in tho power of tlio raging
animal. To resist was useless uud
the landlord lay us if dead und the
bull walked away und Mr. Boweu
took tlio first opportunity to escape.
If the bull w ould have hud horns
Mr. Bowen would probably havo
boon killed. Ho was considerably
bruised and his escapo wus providential.
Ireuo Taylor will bo ut tho Town
Hall, Soliusgrove, every night next
week except Tuesday, As an actress,
Miss Taylor has but few equals and
hor wardrobo is dazzling in its
beauty and richness. More genuine
diamonds are worn by hor than by
any other lady on the American
stago. She is supported by an ex
cellent company of ladies and
gentlemen, each ono a polishod ar
tist in their line. Among the re
pertoire plays rendored by thorn
will bo found "East Lynno," "Di
vorce," "Nugget Nell," "Streets of
New York," "Under the Oaslight,"
"Tho Little Duchess," and several
others equally as good, each play
abounding with sentiment, emotion,
tragedy and comedy ; affording ex
cellent opportunity to portray char
actors in a creditable manner. Miss
Taylor assumes the leading char
acter in each, but has excellent sup
port from every member.
Oisastns Wrest 01 TUB
Harrisburg, Oct. 21. A disastrous
wreck occurred on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, two miles eist of New
port, at an early hour this morning,
in which two porsous lost their lives
and several others were more or less
A section of the Southwestern
Express, which loft Philadelphia at
10:25 lust night, ran into a disabled
freight car of an oustbound train,
the eugino of the passenger train
and four mail cars being thrown
down tho eubatikinont into the
Euginoor Daniel Wolfkill and
Fireman Jamos W. Haines, both of
Altoona, wore buried beneath the
engino in tho canal and wore prob
ably instantly killed.
The injured aro : C. A. Chamber
lain, Harrisburg, left arm broken
and fractured wrist ; K. S. Colville,
Pittsburg, wound behind ear and
right arm wrenched ; E. I. .Brand,
Harrisburg, contusion .of back of
head, face out and right arm injur
ed; A E. Woodruff, Lewistown,
back and left leg sprained S. GrofT,
Mt. Joy, right arm injurod ; A. T.
Bowan, Treuton, loft leg and shoul
der injured j J. I. Campbell, Gallitz-
in, scalp lorn and loft fog 'sprained'
Joseph Donald, freight brakeman,
.uitlliii, lumbar muscles sprained
and left anklo badly wreuched;
George Gilmore, contusion of right
THE WHECK AUI.AZE.
Tho mail train was running at n
rapid rate and tho muil curs piled on
top of tho engine us it wus thrown
down the embankment. They were
soon ablaze, and tho attention of
crews of both trains were directed
to release the employees from the
mail cars. After a few minutes of
heoriowork tho men were finally
gotten out in a badly bruised condition.
i hero were six mail curs mi the
wrecked train, the contents of four.
with tho exception of a few sacks
for Louisville, St. Louis and a few
smaller Western towns, woro de
stroyed. The contents of tho other
two curs were not damaged.
Several houses near tli- wreck
caught tiro from tho bin-Mug curs
und uid was asked from I '.lis city. A
special train bearing an enginoj hose
carriage uiid the entire hospital
stuff, wus ul once dispatched to tho
scene of the wrec'..
Tho injured men were taken cure
of by tho hosritul stall" und the wa
ter was the'i drawn oil' tho canal in
order to facilitate the work of recov-
ring tho bodies of Wolfkill and
EN(ilNi:KK's llOPY IlK('OVEIltl).
The body of Engineer Wolfkill
was fouud under the. engino tender.
tho body was bruised but slightly,
and it was evident that ho hud been
Tho wreck was caused bv tho
breaking ofimuxloofu freight cur
and throwing the cur across the
westbound track just as tho express
Tho grest increase iu tho number
of bicycles carried by passengers on
tho Ponnsylvauia railroad has led to
the issuanco of an ordor that after
Friday the railroad will no lougor
carry bicycles freo as passengers'
baggage. They will be rated tho
same as excess baggago, except that
the minimum chargo will be but fif
teen cents. The baggage meii on
the main line say that of late eight
or nine bicycles is nothing unusual
on one trip, end that goes to show
the increase in baggage heretofore
State College defeated the
Bwckhell University team
on Saturday with a Score
of 10 to J.
On Saturday, throwing
away tho dull cures of
business, the writer
bourdod tho train for
Williamsport to see the
old enemies, Bucknell
and State College, battle
on the Foot-Ball arena.
Promptly at 3 o'clock
the gamo was called and
Uuoknell won tho toss.
Thirty minute halves
vere played. At tho end
of the first half tho scoro stood 0 to
0 with' Bucknell only a few yards
from scoring. Bucknell's team was
the stronger and the heavier and
she easily manifested her superior
strongth during I of tho game.
Through some loso playing on the
portf Bucknell, a State College
player broke through tho line and
sedrAl touchdown. From this on
Burkftell fell to pieces aud two more
touclnwns were scored ami two
goals yre kicked making the
AfcfcuiMOO people witnessed the
game? Special traius wero run on
bothth, Reading and Pennsylvania
RoaCW from Lowisburg and also
from Dellefonte. Those present
from.lhli county wero Dr. B. I'.
Wagons viler, S. B. Hare, Prof. J. I.
WoodniTnd Dr. It. N. Hartman of
Serinsgtjti;. are wniiel Wittenmy-
er, Jr., and sisters Carrie and Bertha
aud tho Editor of this papor from
Tho Dunkel Entertainment
Last Thursday evening Misses
Amiio L. and Bessio 1'. Dunkel of
Watsontown gave un exhibition of
talented elocutionary power in tho
Town Hall, Soliusgrove. They were
assisted by Miss Anna Phillips solo
ist and Miss Mollie Burns, organic.
' f l)
J ' ) 'J
SUSOUEIIANNA ItKHEKVES WIN.
Selinsgrove, Oct. 2(!
High School Foot-
IjUU teuiil lined up
uguinst tlio !mis(uo
Reserves on the
today. Tho Re
serves won by a scoro of 10 to 0.
()ni touchdown beiug made in each
half. Tho tackling of Messner and
Michui Is and the liuc-buckiug of
Hare were notable features of the
game. Tweuty-miuute halves were
played. The teams lined up us fol
Sillilmry II. S.
V 1H1K -riu.i II
T'HI'-lnlntt IM HllliT. Mrsslirr, i'l:i lr. 'Ill
toiicliiliiwii llaro. l'uiili-c M r. WooilU'j,
Utl IlillMi.irk V,
Tho Sunday Nuwr.)aer.
For u family newspaper Tho Phila
delphia Sunday Inquirer has many
points of excellence that cannot be
found in any other newspaper. Tho
art supplements, beautifully colored
uud finished iu tho softest tints, uro
ulwuys suitable for framing uud uro
valuable from un artistic uud every
other point of view. Tho storios,
profusely illustrated, aro always
bright aud interesting, the best au
thors are contributors each week
and the Associated Pross aud spec
ial wires afford a perfect news ser
vice The Inquiror contains every
Sunday a oomplote review of the
week's sporting events, and is tho
recognized authority for the Stato
in the field. Pagos dovotod entirely
to women's interest, -tho latest fem
inine fashions and a boys' and girls'
page of the best stories written for
juvenile readers makes The Phila
delphia. Sunday Inquirer aa enter
taining necessity for every member
of the family.
MISS 1)1 NKEt,
(lii nun uf lu-r fiivurlti hih)-4.)
The entertainment was replete
with the most noted qualifications
of clear, natural tones und npropri-
ute, timely gestures. Tho Grecian
dunco wus u novel feature and had a
striking ofied upon tho audience.
Ine iisifi i'ai 5 Z
and tho Stutuo Posos were tho
crowning features of the most de
lightful entertainment by Watson
town's most talentod young artists.
An Editor nnd His Snaj).
An editor who died of starvation
after making Dr. Tanner ashamed
of himself wus being escorted to
heaven by mi angel who had been
sent out for the purpose.
"May I look ut tho oilier place bo
fore we ascend to eternal happi
ness f '
"Easily,"' said tho angel.
So they went below and skirmish
ed around, taking in the. sights. The
angel lost track of tho editm-, and
went uroiind hades to hunt him.
He found him sitting by furnace
funning himself and gasping with
rapture upon a lot of people iu the
lire. There was u sign on the fur
nace which said : "Delinquent Subscribers."
"Come," said tho angel, "we must
'Von go on," said the editor ; "I'm
not coming. This is heaven enough
- - -
CO. Moyer, t lie new jeweler, on
Tuesday moved his family into Unb
elt tSliamliuch's house.
MH4 Kill'1 I'.lrlvl'l. Who l:lt I II 1 1 V 1 1, ' Willi it
isl.lnvv I nly ut Nmii huiiil'i'i I ni l -rw-r.il
i-u 1 1 J i iil Itrii.u I 1 1 1 In ! I,, ii il 11,1- i,l I . .
li'itl ll'llli' lll rvi lll.iklll,- I l ull-.
On tin IT, lnt. ;i ii'iM h i iI.IIiiu' 1 1, 'I'll it, I al t In-
nrlili-'H ImiIiii In wMrii I'liiii'iH-.. s.n lur ii-.
iiiurrli'il ti i'IiuiI'-h Wiiu'iht uf M I till ii inly.
M.iy I lu ll' v. .i.ri- iluu li Hie s si i v.im In' ii li.iiim
Mrs. i:niin;i SiH'iMil i.f Tlin-i- Illn rs, MIi IiIimi,.
lilrlvi'il lii-re en Siitunliiv ti 1 1 -ii u i i hu'iI
hiiim-1 111 ! with In-l-A'liil. Mis. H url. I Ml I'lli's-
Wlll tll, Willi IS Sl III llllilllll- In III' lll.
liirL'n. ( WiilkiT ami win' hiivi- rctiirnoj
from a visit lo n-liitlvcs In Siinliiiry.
liHiriri' simid it ul wlfi' iim nt nri-si'iit ouloylim
tlin liiMpltiillty of frlt'iuls In Sliiiiniiklii,
iDKlillt NlTlllNMl Hill! WlfHIlf JllllllSIIII ClIV lll'f
III TO llMlkllllT HP lll Ill'IIHllllllillll'I'S.
Cliitrli's HitrliT, wlfti Hint iliiiiirlitir. M.iIh-I. nf
Mlttlliilmrir with I'liU'rliilni-il it fnw days liisl
woi'k l) aIm'1 Wliii-y iiiul fiinilly. ,
Frank Hi'iirlck uml wire of l.t'wlHtuwn, unit
,Iiu!uli i'imiiht iiiul wllti ol Siiiilmry urn vlnltlni:
Mrs. Sulilnu Kri-ml.
Kliliritlm Kllnit iiiul family of Snrlnir townslili).
wito In lowu un Siiiuluy.
Ertwiinl Mltflwll anil wife of Mlilillii'rcpk ri-
contly vislutU tltulr duuh'UUT, Mrs. J. 1'. Slilrk.
KliiTllT SM'lit trunsiictinl buHliiKHM lu town
Jiu-iil) Alirlur and daughter, Jennie, Npunt Sat
unlay lu Sunbury,
Humutil WluUir Is laid low wllb the luflrtnlte
of old Ke.
Juines I). Weliutl, Jolm and I'eter Alider bavu
tieituii work ( Al. Klofe'n ucw liouso in Prank.
11 U UlWOKlltj).