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MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO., PA., JANUARY
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FOR ALL THE LATEST NEWS, READ THE MIDDLEBURGH POST. IT CONTAINS ALLTfes, INFORMATION ' You" WANT
ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST
Dou't forget tbo Middleburg pri
mary election on Saturday.
Sunbury lins six men who want to
bd high constablo of that town.
ShorilT Gross of Union county was
a visiter in Middleburg last week.
,Oraut Heinibach of Beavertown
was at the county Bent on Monday.
Samuel Snyder of Bichfiold was
attracted to Swim-ford on Sunday.
John F. Zechman of Troxelville
was a Middlcburgh visitor on Mon
day. Dr. I. drier Barber of Danville
was a Middlcburgh visitor last Fri
day. A. W. Knepp of Crossgrovo called
at this oflicc on business on Monday
The Owl Club of Solinsgrove had a
dance in the Town Hall of that plaeo
Mrs. James Ayei sand hor daugh
ter, Mrs. Banck, have been visiting
Next Saturday it will bo one year
siuco the distressing accident occur
red at Kreamer.
The nomi''"'ion for -wnship of
ts in the Frauklin d. Jrict will he
hv on Saturday.
A number ot new announcements
will bo fouud in the candidates' col
umn this week.
Itev. S. S. Kohler and wife of New
Berlin were guests at the Central
Hotel on Sunday uight.
Win. Sholly of New Berlin is a
candidate for county commissioner
and his card nppcars in our column.
Horse, thieves are having it their
own way in Union county. Several
good an'.mals were stolen hint week.
James Mageo of Kreamer and
Miss Miriam Orwig visited relatives
at Mazcppa and Mifllinburg over
Bradford Evans of Thniupson
town spent sevei al days very pleas
antly at our county feat during the
Tho Beavertown letter camo in on
Wednesday morning as tho forms
were closing and no arrived too late.
It will appear next week.
Balms For Sale. Two largo palms
of 3 years growth, averaging Hi) inch
es in height can bo bought by ad
dressing. Box 81, Sehnsgrove, l'a.
Brick kou Sale. Brick of the best
quality for building aud paving cun
be secured at reasonablo rates by
applying to Carbon Seebold, Mid-
dleburgh, l'a. tf.
A Farmers' Institute for Snyder
county will bo held at Beavertown
on January '27th and 2.Hth of this
month. Another will bo held at
Freeburg, Jauuary iWth and 'M.
Travel ers will be pleased to learn
that the rate for the famous and
popular Girard House, lth and
Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, have
been reduced to i?-.'J5, $2.50 and
Frank Bowersox of Bock Springs,
Centro county visited his brother
Cuitin on Tuesday. Mr. Bowersox
is a candidate for Treasurer in
Centre county and if ho is elected
he will make a good otlicer.
Th's office is especially well
equipped for printing sale bill this
season. New lot of material and a
line selection of farm cuts were
purchased especially for this kind
of work. Always find our prices
Miss Hattio Beaver, who for tho
last eight or ten months has been
the obliging clerk in Mr. James
Bearer's Grocery, resigned her po
sitioi and returned to her home in
Middleburg. She is getting ready
to hold oo, there, we most forgot
that we were not to toll. Mifflin
Bust iodides and vegctablo alter
atives mako Ayer's S irnaparilla the
best blood medicine.
Takon after dinner, Ayer's Bills
promote easy digestion. Have you
seen Ayer's Almanac t
W. C. Pomeroy of l'ort Koyal and
Joseph Bothrock of Mitllintown at
tended the bank election on Tues
day. Mrs. Bonj. Uhioh of Solinsgrove
died on Monday evening aged about
f. years. Sho is a winter of Lewis
Tho Cantata "Jephtha" will bo
rendered in tho court house in sev
eral weeks under the auspices of the
Tho Olive United Evangelical
church of Port Treverte; .ill be
dedicated on Sunday loo. i, 'M.
Able ministers will oo present.
Jacob Batetuan of Se'.insgrove
spent Sunday with Henry Herbster
at Contervillo He returned Oil
G. W. Long, attorney of Selins
grove, got an increase of pension for
David Buck of Kreamer and Simon
Herman of Kratzorvillo and an orig
inal pension for S 1 1 1 1 1 1 c I Wetzel of
J'" ,t"r' wee1' as1'
pondents not to write on both sides
of the paper. This week this rule
was again violated. Paper written
on both sides will bo consigned to
the waste basket.
Wesley Herman of Krat.erville,
the constable of Jackson township,
culled at this olliee on Monday, lie
wastes our loaders to know that he
rtill aurtioneer sales fo nny persons
desiring his services. If you need
some one, write or call noon him. tf
For its size Snyder county ban
more ambitious citizens whose
hearts ache to Nerve the dear people
than any other county in thu State.
There are over a column of an
nouncements in the Republican pa
pers of Middleburg and Selinsgrovo.
A smooth, easy shave, genteel
hair cut, or other tonsorial work, is
always obtained at Soles' Barber
Shop, in Witteumyer's Building, op
posite Post olliee. (lo to Soles aud
you will make no mistake, Shaving
soap, face cream, hair oil and egg
shampoo for sale. A. E. Soi.es.
, On the 17th of January, Ira Fry
died m tho Western Penitentiary.
He was sent there from Juniata
county after trial and conviction,
and sentenced at tho Scptomber
term of court, IS.tl, for having at
tempted to rob aud murder Jacob
Ludwigiu tho hitter's barn in Mon
roo Twp., that county. Mr. Fry
was from New Berlin, Union coun
ty. The following persons have an
nounced themselves as candidates
in Franklin township: School I)i
rectors, M. J. Courtney, A. S. Sham
bach, Adam Bcntiingcr, J. B. Both
rock ; Supervisor, C. L. Derr, Geo.
Shambach, Samuel Bowen, William
Wray, Chas. Walter, Jacob Kream
er, Harry Bowersox and W. L. Ilas
singer ; Overseer of tho Poor, John
Walter, Morris Enlloy, Boubeu Wei
rick ; Constable. Thomas Bathfon,
Win. H. Matter, Michael Hackon
burgi Judge of Election, Jacob V.
Eisenhower, Henry P. Beaver; In
spectors, Sephures S. Waller and H.
The following noininations were
made on Monday ovoning at thn Ee
publicau caucus for tho borough:
Council, Wm. Crouso, Bobt. Sham
bach, J. M. Steiningor, A. H. Boavor,
Carbon Seebold ; School Directors,
0. E. Hassingor, C. C. Seebold, IL
II. Grimm, J. W. Swartz j Justice of
tho Peace, M. Z. Steiningor, M. I.
Potter, O. C. Gutelius ; Constable,
II. B. Bickhart, II. B. Boigle ; High
Constable, JameB Bowetsox ; Over
seer of the Poor, Chas. W. Herman ;
Auditor, G. M. Shindol, Ephraim
Freyman; Judge of Election, Wm.
Bomig, A, W. Bowersox ; Inspectors,
W. P. Fees, Bobt. Shambach, Pres
ton Erdley, AL Cleland.
And tho Editor Got .
Hero is nn obituary notico that is
calorifice in tho extreme. Another
strange thing about it is tint it ap
peared in a roputablo western news
paper. It wasn't a Missouri oditor,
but a Missouri printer's dovil who
was going through his first experi -enco
of 'making up forms.' The pa
per was late and the boy got his
galleys mixed. Tho first part of an
obituary of an impecunious citizen
had been d m pod iu tho forms and
the next h i i lful of type cam from
a galley describing a recent lire. It
read like this : 'Tho pall-bearers
lowered thn body to the grave, aud
as it was consigned to the llunes
there were few, if any, regrets, for
tho old wreck h id been an eyesore
to tho town for ye ns. Of course
there was individual loss, but that
was fully covered by iusurauco!"
The widow thinks that the editor
wroto tho obituary that way because
tho lamented partner of h-r joys
and sorrows owed him live years'
Thotirinof (loss .V Mattern at
Troxelville was dissolved lat week.
The new firm will consist of David
Middl eswarthaiid David .Mattern.
A meeting of the persons for
win n the property and franchises
of tho ,S.'.',! Ventral Kulroal
Company were rei".!'11 urchase.l
at Sheriff's sale, will meet at
tor MoCan ell's olliee in H irrisburg
on the first of February to elect, a
presideu. and board of directors
und transact other busiuess.
Candidates on thn Kopublioan
im do are numerous in Juniata county.
The follwing are already announced:
State senator, Wm. H utzler and
Wm. C. Pomeroy; legislature, Carl
F. KspntHchade and T. H. Mem-mingi-r
; associate judge, W. North
Stcrrett. Al n a'ii W . Slehci and
I'noeh Shelleiibcrger ; Di othouotai y,
W. H. Z.'iders, district attorney,
Wilberforco Schreyer and John J.
I'ftltuison; coiumishioiiur, W, II.
Moore and X. M. Stewart ; treasurer,
Geo. W. Wilson.
A resident of Snow Shoe, sold his
wife to another person, for half of a
silver dollar. Ho subseipmntly rued
his bargin and wanted to get his
wife back; husband No. 2, wouldn't
have it that way. Husband No. 1,
then had husband No. 2, arrested
and brought before a Justice of the
Peace, where, a compromise was
effected, by the first husband taking
tho child and tho cook stove; thu
ijcoud husband, taking the wife, a
bod aud other furniture and all
parties left iu peace. llorm t.
Dr. J. L. G. Myers, of Osceola
Mills, up iu Clearfield county, is the
promulgator of n scheme by which
he proposes to erect iu his town a
grand church, to bu known as the
Baptist national monumental church.
His plan is to build a church of
brow -intone, every national, state
and county ollicer to contribute u
stone with their names engraven on
it. Ho has begun with Congress
and says that many Senators and
members are so taken with tho idea
that they have taken two or more
blocks of stono with their names
nicely cut in the face. It is barely
possible that Dr. Myers' church will
bo built by Congressmen alone
unless the plan is enlarged.
Begister and Beoordor Shindel
since our last publication has issued
letters testamentary us follows: Es
tate of Daniel Stuck late of West
Perry Towuship to Joseph Arbo
gast i Estate of Jacob Kemborliug,
late of West Beaver Township to
Wm. Hooter and John D. Goss i Es
tate of Isaac Morr, late of Ponn
Township to Honry W. Bomig ; Es
tate of George Eby to S. G. Eby.
Lotters of administration in Estate
of Wm. Hettrick, lute of Monroe
Township to Alice L. Hottrick j Es
tate of Simon P. Kohler to Thomas
Kohler and Catherine M. Miller ; Es
tate of Isaao Piatt, late of Jranklio
Township to Levi Piatt i Estate of
Catherine Ulsh late of Spring Town
ship to A. IL Ulsh.
Carnival at Frejburg.
Music and Orat Ty iu the Opera
House, Freeburg, Ph., commencing
Thursday evening, January ;ti), Is.'t,,
and closing Saturd i.v evening, Feb
ruary 1. The following artists will
bo present: Miss Anna L. Dunkel,
elocutionist! Mrs. Will L. Bisslrr.
vocal soloist ; Prof. r. O. Mover,
organist j Prof. Paul Billh.irdt, Mrs.
W. J. M.'NuttMiss Anna M. Grimm,
pianists; Wm. H. Grimm, violnist ;
Calvin Stetlcr and Win. F. Brown,
trombonists. Concerts every even
ing. An interesting and aiiusing
part of t'ne program will be the
uppc irance of Miss Dmiki 1. a grad
uate of tho Boston t' lllegn (if Ora
tory, whoso Elocution, Poking and
Datsartc, which are of a bigli order
aud will speak for itself. Chorus
recitals und instruction, morning
and afternoon. Music teacher, choir
lea lei s, soloists and choir singers
from Snyder and other counties will
p intcip ite. Come, le ini, avail your
selves of opportunities here afforded.
Become enthusiastic, and go home
ready to help better the conditions
of things musically. Season tickets,
including books, oOctv ; 'ickcts to
throe Concerts, -K-ts. ; Singh, admis
sion, l.Vt. Boarding at hotels at
roduivd rate. For information a I
Proprietor and Conductor.
- . - - -
(ur I mm! pilitici.in i are lo iking
p ,- iteri.il to till tlm various towu-
shi ,,'l", Let US get. the best
mo i '"' p'"'4 -Our candidate
fof Kliel llf ( ;. nps ,ir
ill full tim canvassing the county
looking up his interests. .. .The
school board of Centre District put
a new lloor in tho Primary School
Kooui last Week .... Itev. .Schoch held
Communion Services in th Luther
an Church on Sun. lay On tin
l'-th ins!. A lam Musscr departed
this life ng.'.l 7o years, mouths and
At the annual election of tho First
National 15 ink of this place on
Tuesday I. A. Schoch, A. Kroegnr,
W. W. Wittenmyer. !'. E. Bower,
W. 0. Pomeroy, Joseph Bothrock
and J. X. Thompson, Jr. were elect ed
directors. Tim officers elected
are: President, G. A. Schoch ; V.
P., W. W. Wittenmyer ; Cashier, J.
X. Thompson, Jr. ; Asst. Cashier,
J. B. Kreeger. After a careful in
spect ion of t h hank by the direc
tors everything was found to bu iu a
prosX'i-ous and progrossive condi
tion. It is our special privilege to
congratulate Cashier Thompson und
Attorney Bower upon their election
to tho board of directors.
It would be hard to imagine a
more elaborate or attractive cata
logue than the nineteenth edition
of the Popo M iniifacturing Com
pany of Hartford, Conn., manufac
turers of thn famous Columbia and
Hartford bicycles. It is typograph
ically a work uf tho highest art of
the printer and etcher. The cover
is decorated iu black and white w ith
a center picture of a woodland
scene and a lady and gentleman
leaning on tlioir wheels iu tho fore
ground. It is surrounded by a bor
der of the latest and most fanciful
design. Tuo frotitispinco is an ox--ipiisito
lit tin Swiss scene. It is
hardly possible to attempt a do
scription of the various illustrations
which brighten and make tho his
tory of tho riso mid growth of the
Popo Company so thoroughly en
tertainiiig. There uro views of tho
works aud offices, cuts of wheels,
tiros, pedals, saddles, and etchings
of tlio most graceful character scat
tered throughout iu the most at
tractive and artistic manner, mak
ing it fin tie aieclt in every respect.
It is a cauuloguo that is well worth a
place in tho library of any collector,
and may be obtained by calling upon
the noorest Columbia agent, or it
will be mailed by addressing the
Publishing Department of the Pope
Manufacturing Company, Hartford,
Conn., and enclosing two 2-cent
Hackgnkrg Jor Senator.
The latetlhirlg in county politics
is tho anno&ement that W. H.
Hackenborift iuVpreseut State Sen -ator.Jis
agaia5 Candidate for re
election. L,. iVlfbhrbaeh, of this
city, is n candidate, and there will
be a battlo royal for the nomination.
Su n h a m )iily.
Slit mt trj- representative called
on Senator ilflttkenborg this morn
ing and front him learned that ho
was "most cettsrtnly" in tho Sena
torial racei There was a time when
Bohrbach was' a 'little Napoleon in
NorthumbfVaa county politics and
would have tnadrfa mighty interer
estin' competitor, but the d.mth of
Juo. B. Packer nd the turning
down of WiUiani ' Bockafeller took
his props away. Milton Stitmtai'il.
Candidates art) 'as numerous us
bees iu Buckwheat ; ... I . G. Stahl's
store, which isjocate 1 in the sub
ii rbs, a little beyond Eighth street,
was transferredto Chas. N. Houser
A Co. Tho new. firm will establish a
bakery iu connection with the store
Ed. S. Arnold, tho candid it o for
Congress, is a nephew of our popu
lar 'Squire and Jeweler, M. P. Ar
nold . . .The t recent cold weather
proved a vei 'table ico harvest. Sev
eral huudreii tons have already been
stored away to help temper sultry
summer, and the work goes on...
Skating also is at a premium. Every
day and evoi mg the lads and lasses
hie to the en i J to enjoy the sport
. p r ...
. . . . i no auc; Jioiimans cou-
1 1 1. 1. hi- n i.iiub e.tij
the barga.n hunter. ll is very
an lining at times to hco some pur
cha -sei s 1 niggle Iiouica aid with a
weali Ii of aniiipiated hrad .vc.o' on
one arm and a bundle of hoop
skirts on the other. Jake Kelstet
ter purchased a dozen hats. Me
said it made no dill'crnlicc as to the
size, for they would be sure to lit
somewhere iu the family. X X.
John W. Wagner is conliii'.-d la
the house with a sprtiined fo(t....
BroMi Peter had his collar bone
broken last week. Ho was assisting
his team to start a log and it t uriicd
and bore him down with the cant
hook on his shoulder. . . ."Florida on
Wheels" was well pitronized at Mo
dule last Week. O, to be joyful was
tho cause of ono man seeing It liti
gators Henry Bauuigardiier is
still nursing a sore linger from being
caught in a sausage grinder. . . .Jer
ry Knepp took props out last week
for J. 1. Howell.. ..Quito a number
of young folks at this mid have been
complaining of sore throat of late,
but none serious at this writing
This end has piesented a petition to
Congress signed by a host of old
soldiers ui L'ing them to pass ll.o
service pension bill. Let our com
rades iu the adjoining townshiys
follow suit. B-iii.
Frank Ever who is employe. I at
Winslow Juiie-.ion, N. J. spent s,.-v
end days wit h her mother iu this
place. ... Mrs. H rmnel is entertain
ing her sister Miss F tzer of Butler
county. .. .Mas. Anna Boyi r of
Treverton is the guests of Mrs.
Harry Boyir Mrs. Pine and Mrs.
Voelklerof Milton avo visit iug at the
homo of Howard I'ldi and wife....
Mrs. Keller of Novthiimberland is
visiting at N J Livingston's....
Supt. Bowersox and C. W. Herman
spent Monday night in town....
Mrs. Harry Buytrs of Sunbury is
the guest of Lor pureuts, Edward
Gein bailing and wife Misses
Mary and Stella Beeso have return
ed from a visit of se vital weeks in
Harrisburg....Mrs. Chas. Fisher
and Mrs. James Curey of Sunbury
spent Sunday with their puronts IL
P. Jarrett. . . .Dist. Pres. G. W. Wal
born installed the officers of W. C.
No. 320 P. 0. S. of A. on Monday
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There is but one col.rli,.p (f tbe
portraits of Lincoln that pnHeiids
to be complete, an I that is Hi,. ,-ol
lection mad,, by the publish es of
M. Ci.i iik's Ma.uzim. They have
been able to secure hiHier originals
or copies of every photograph, da
guerreotype, amhrclypc, i rawing
or painting of Lincoln, so far an
Known, in existence. There are iu
this section fifty photographs, urn
brotypes und daguerreotypes. The
best collection of Lincoln hi ret o
fore published in any work emit tin
i d leu portraits.
ft is possible that the M, Cm iik's
collection may be still furtLi r in
creasinl. Theeiitiro series of por
traits will appear in M, t'i.ri::,'s Mvn
AiNKiluring the current year. With
the February number twenty of
them will have been printed.
TbHo portraits cover a period of
about twenty yearn, are fi m u origin
nls taken iu n great many different
towns and cities under a gii-il many
dilVt rent. I'ou.hl i.uis, an i an. so
varied, and present Li In under
so many dill'ereiit. ,a- ts, that the
result of the whole eolleition is to
make Lincoln vivid and n-iil ; so t hat
evi n those who 'level saw- him can
1'.. rui a very accurate idea of how the
living man looked and acted.
Many m-rolia lit - are well nware
llmt lll.'ir eil-toiner- lire their liect
rrioii.ls iiiel I .".lie ploiiMire in Mippl v
ill' I liem Ii t lie he-r. ;,'u,.. uliliiiil
utile. As an instance we mention
Perry ('anieiMn. i.roiuiuent ilruoj.
ui-U nl rij.-liiiio. Micliio,iii. 'I'liey
say: "We have no hesitation iu rcc
omeuilino; '.'liiiinl.oiljiin's t ini-li Kem
eily to cu.-toinei's, as'il is the lht
couch mullein., we have ever i-lil.
ami always ives Mit isfnet i. .n ." b'or
sale at ','. ami nocents per In, ill,, by
.1. W. SiimpHell, 1'oioiM Creek, I'.i.
Bead tho county stati ineut.
Scott Bitter, candidate for Sheriff
from Monroe township was in town
"Mistakes Souls Who Dkeam ok
Bliss." Tho following marriage li
oonses have boon grautod siuco our
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