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FREE TUITION, Hoard, Heat, Washing, Furnished Room, Light midline of (lymnasium amounting in all to !''.'. .r) at tlio Rloiimshurg Stale Normal school for the Spriiij term of fourteen week beginning March 2"tli 1W., will be given to t ho Snyder county public school teacher who shall re ceive the largest mimlicr of votes np to Saturday evening, March 10th 105. Every teacher actively engaged at present in Snyder county will have an equal chauce to win this prizes the only advantage to he had is for a teacher to get his pupils and friends to clip the voting coupon be low and mail it to us bearing the teacher's name. Of courso it will be to the teacher's intercut to have all his or her friends to get the 1'oht from which to clip coupons. The llloomshurg State Normal school has 2(1 Professors and given thorough instruction. This makes the piize a valuable oue. Any person can vote as often as he or she pleases, but they must use the voting coupon as below or pre mium coupons that are earned by securing new subscribers to the 1'oht. 12 Premium Coupon a are given for every new yearly cash subscriber. Cut This Out and Bring or Mail to Post nii'lv rauiiru ucn u. oru'. A Mil lutroiluoivl by Mr. Miikfll, of A 1 1 Kit'iiy. nmwitliuit tlis l'.roik h'-'ij luw to hH i Ti-ut ti)i"iitlc li'(i:r (Ji',jIit from t'il!r,H li ii"rf lu u.itil'i llir.n a riiI lon. u:hT Mils wro lutr-jiluiv-.l (is folkw)): Hiiii'tiiuti, I ami rln. iili'ihstiliiu iluya of .ra uihI providing tbut iiutf. druft. t-tr., liiUiiik' Jut on Sunday or a 1'k'iiI hull diiy. IihII L'"1 ln next IiuMih-m lny. A Mil o'.T-p'J I'V Wcyiin l, ( li.tyr, uppr'opri ut r ( r n wull uud till in t!i iva-tiuut ut l;rllfW;itiT, li'fivi'r enmity, 'a'i)d' by th pf'tion of n dum ly tho lvrm-ylvuiim t ttunl L'nniinny. Mr. I nv. A X 'li t In . lol i li 1 1. iiiuJ- uu anunslvo lliclit nnulust tin' lilll, wliloh wii "II tt! thirl rYlltnr. rovllimt tor the tul.ll.'ntluu cf tlie famoim "liird Look." 1 tio bill whi-D a4cd tti l.vt two fl(jn of l"ifil.ituro waa votui-'l .y Oov. l'.ittifon. Mr. l ow mvIJ tlie pul'lliatlon of this book would bi- n uri w.iMo of moii"v. The mt!iib-r cf the rurtil districts urn tli IuKi' of thu bill, eluitiilut; tbut it wu of iu, niU b lmportnu' ni any other Stito publica tion M;iaily to ttio farmer. ate, read the certificate of eleoUon after which Cltief Juntico Sterrett administered the oalh of office. Gen. Hastings with uncovered head and uplifted hand solemnly assent ed. ! Lieut. Gov. Lyon introduced the ti"w governor and ho was greeted m ist enthusiastically by the multi tad", after which he i delivered his inaugural address. Spnco forbid even to comment on the most important features of it. It is sufficient to nay that Gov. H is tings is fully abreast of the age and ins utterances aro indicative or a great, octivo, progressive mind. He was frequently applauded during its delivery. Et-governor Boaver was an attentive listener and nodded his head in approval of evory pledge made to the people. The reception at the mansion dur ing the evening was largely attend ed. The mansion was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The people waited at times for almost an hour before their time came to shake hands with the governor and party bo great was the throng that gath ered on the street andvalks. Eve rybody was pleasantly received. Gen. Hastings is of the poople and he has a smile for every one. Tho Adamsburg Band was in the big purado and dll themselves groat credit. The Adamsburg Band con sisting of twenty six men participat ed in the inaugural ceremonies. mi. They led theCommercial Travellers' I1'" Association and they acquitted to") themselves with much credit.Snyder , B county need not be ashamed of the iu i record the boys made for themselves. th Every one enjoyed it thoroughly nr.. and I have no doubt tbey want to fnMpomo down the next time inaugura rnvjtion day comes along. The only A'1 'jad thing connected with the trip lappenod when Bright Dreese gave 'ii'lov. l'attison goodbye. The boys l1Ln,.,'lriod his tears and his sadness soon At.led. th' At the close of the ceremonies at th t'U Published every Thursday. Geo W. Wagensellcr, Editor and Proprietor. f Snbscrip.ion 1.50 per year. i wbicb moitl be uiu in advance Don aent out able lb couuiy.) SATISOF AOVIRTISINO. All trunsli'nt aitvprtlspmi'iita not othcrwlw Contnu'leil for HI l rlmrirt'il at tho rnto of is cntu jT Hue (nonniirli'l mi'iiHiiri') lor first lnscr "on ami 10 cents pi-r line for evvry nubsi'iiu'iit iDsortlon. ril'Ufft tf Tftptcl, tSi'., thrfrcrnun Une. Thursdiiy, Jan. 21, 1S95. General Hastings is Now Governor. The Legislative Mill goes rapidly on and unless signs fail will go on un ceasingly for some time. In obedience to the will of an un precedented majority Gen. D. H. Hastings is now the Chief Executive of this great state. He is oneof God's uoblemeu, from an humble parentago he pushed his way to the very frout. Tho people have placed tho reins of government into his hands, tho highest hcuor they could bestow upon him. Tho ceremonies attending the in auguration wero enthusiastic, im posing and inspiring. Not sincothe event of Hoyt's induction iuto tho ollice of governor was there such a demonstration as this one. Tho city was thoroughly packed with delegations that came from every corner of the State. Every effort was put forth to odd beauty and diguity to tho occasion. Shortly after 11:110 o'clock the Chief Marshal with other officers ii'id aids escorted Gov. l'attison, (S ) i n(r-i h i t Hastings, Ex-Go. J) uvi r. tlii retiring Sttite officers, and tin ir successors from the Ex v 'titivc Mansion to tho Capitol Hill. Tit" !i"ct was most beautiful as fie procession moved up State St. A liv.-'e plat form was erected in fi-oiit I lie main building. On this p' ltf. 'l iu were members of tho Seu u'o iiiul House of Representatives, distinguished persons in tho minis, try, law, business, military circles and tln gubernatorial party. Around this platform stood tho thousands quite patiently upon tho snow-dud ground surrounding tho capital. Lieutenant Governor Lyon request ed sih nco whilo llev. Dr. Houck, of Hazlcton invoked tho divine bless jug. Hon. Smiley, Clerk of the Sen- friends around tho Hit greeted him tho Captiol tho inaugural parade moved from third and Maiket streets and this imposing procession was reeeivod by the governor and his staff from a stand erected in front of the Executive mansion. The festivities were concluded in tho evening with brilliant fireworks. Several Bills Passed. The "Bird Book' bill was the first on the cal endar and it fairly flew through the Houbo on final passage. The mem bers from the country were enthu siastically for it, declaring that tho farmers should have some attention paid to their wishes. Representative Focht of Union rushed through tho House an amend ment to tho Free Bridge Bill which gave our neighbors on tho North no little troublo during the last year. As it now stands no bridge is built without tho consent of tho county expressed through its grand jury. EDUCATION. Tho Committee on Education or ganized and reported a few bills of minor importance. The bill for the establishment of Township High Schools, several bills changing the basis of the appropria tion to tho public schools aro under consideration, soveral bills compell ing attendance of children at public schools have not yet been reached. Senator Landis has a bill on the Senate tiles extending the minimum school term to seven months. It is needless to say that I will oppose any measure that tends to increase term of school FtSU AND GAME BILLS. A number of bills pertaining to fishing and hunting are in the hands of the chairman of this committee. Among them ia the bill, the writer introduced, allowing the erection of eel weirs during a certain season of the year. A bill prohibiting the killing of deer for three years is also in the list. I think I know what the ma jority of deer hunters want, yet I shall be pleased to receive opinions on the subject. Is a game Commis sion for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania necessary T A bill pro viding for the appointment of such a commission has been introduced. Tho Fence Bill, Tho Forestry Bill, Tho Now Tax Bill, The Bill legaliz- iug tho salo of Oleomargarine have not been reported from tho commit tee, 1'F.HHONAL NOTES. John H. Kncpp, tho intelligent young Jury Commissioner of the West End, was delighted with the inaugural ceremonies. V. V. Wittenmyer end wife saw tho greatest inaugurul demonstrat ion sincu 1VTU. S. Arbogast of the National Hotel, Solinsgrove, wai on baud to iri honor to tho incouing administration. Hon. Charles Millor vaa here tho day after the iuuuguntion to con gratulate tho Govertor. His old most cordially. Hustling Charlert Seebold ran away from his business long enough to look upon tho grand civic and military parade and witness the induction of Hitting into tho office of Governor. Joe Leshrr came down to say goo 1 by to Governor l'attison and to urge him to accept tho nomin ation for Mayor of the great City of Pii ila. Dr. A. M. Smith stopped off on his way to Philadelphia to see the new Governor and other friends. Dr. B.F. Wagenseller shook hands with the Hero of Johnstown. The Doctor has a wido acquaintance v, ith the representative men through out the State. A. B. Keck, who is always bub bling over with merriment, witness ed the de parture of the lastDemoc ratio Administration Pennsylvania if to have for many a year. Jovial John M. Boyer, tho Selius- grove Surveyor and weather prop hot, shook hands with "Our Dan" on Tuesday of ina rguration week. John K. Hughes, of Kantz, just came down to seo how a man ought to look on inauguration day who was elected Gove rnor by 243,(12.' maj ority the greatest ever given to any candidate iu this State. John is at home with the boys. Benj. J. Stuck of Tower City, Schuylkill County is a member of the house. Mr. Stuck belongs to Snyder County. He is a nephew of John Stuck of West Perry Twp., Mr. Stuck is a royal fellow and a staunch Republican. J. M. Baker, upon whose should ers the district Attorney's toga has just so worthily fallen, hied him self away from the law long enough to see the new Governor. Sleeping on chairs with a hard board for springs, he thinks is not quite, the thing if you want to dream of para dise. C. W. 11 Harrisburg, Jan 21, 95. Sale Register. Thiirwliy, .Inn. .list. Ailn V. Iolhr nMiutnlHtrn. trlx. will m-ll pepuHinl propi-rty of Howard J. Ilolltf drci-iLHt'd, bile of Franklin Town. nhlp. TuMdny Mnr. iMi. lli'nry SluinVr of Krnnklln Twp. will wll perwinal property and farming- Implement)!. Tuesday Fun. lath m. Snworra KnMtier will wll HvflNtuek, fiirmlnir Implement.-! und Household good 1 milt south of MeKeei Falls. Tuesday Mnrrh H tw. Henry I'.uitliii of Mon roe townxhlpwtll sell I.lve ntoc k.Karinlnif Implements and Household goods i miles North Kastot KrutzerTllle. Thursday. Feb. 14th O. A. Folti of Monroe Twp. x m.lfH ionii 01 seiii,Kt,TOV , will sell live stock, tanning Implement, household & kltohen furniture. Tuesday. Mar. sth Perry Anrnnd. 2 miles from h. reamer, will sell I borws. A head of rat (Iu furmlug Implement, and household good. Thursdiiy, Mar. Ttll ISM. t miles wpst of Mlddle- lilirull A. II. Klone will sell 4 horses. 7 vow all kinds of fanning Implements. Tuesday Mar. l-.'th. Amos llowersox of Franklin Twp. will sell V horses, 4 rows farnilhx Implements and household goods,;! milt s west of MlddluUiirg. Monday. HehtUl !!.-,, onemlle north of KlelinVll Win liertry will sell.1 horses, I cow uud all kliidsof f.irmlng Implements. An Oi.ii SoLiuH.n's Kh.com mkn na tion. Iu the late war I was u nol- dier in the First Maryland Volunteerc, Coinpauy (I. During uiy term of ser vice I contracted chronic ilinrrlxi'ii. Since then I have used a great nmount of medicine, but when I found any that would give me relief it would in jure my r toiuacli, until Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and diurrlnea Remedy was brought to my notice. I used it and will say it is the ouly remedy that gave me permanent relief and no bad results follow. I take pleasur in recommending this preparation to all of my old comrades, who, while giv ing their services to their country, contracted this dreadful disease as I did, from eating unwholesome and uncooked food. Yours truly, A E. B EHDl.su, Oregon, For sale by J. W. Sutupsell, Pet j n Creek. Pa. DR.KILMEP'S () it ln RoolT eTKIDNEUIVRis2BLc The Spring Tonic Makes thin, pule, tkkly peoplo Well und strong. La Girippo run- the liud lifter efforts of this trying epl deiuiv uud n.oio:i i lost vigor uud vitality. linniirc lilooil Eizi ua, bcrofulu, muluria, pimples, blotches. Cit'iivral Wcahiica Constitution ull run down, loss of ambition uud uik titr, nervousness, tired und sleepless. Al Urtiifclala 60 ttuta and ftl.00 Size, "lufaUdj' Uul'le to Ili'Sltu" fnw-CuoaulUtMi fraa. Ull. KlI.XKUatC'0., IJlNOIJ ANTON, N. V. The Post9SI.50 pery W'tffcfprwjcollars and cuffs Hint yon can clean yourself by simply wiping off with a wet sponge. Tbt genuine look cunctly like linen and every piece is marked this way : They are made by covering a linen collar or cufT with "celluloid," and are the only waterproof goods made with an interlining, and the only goods that can stand the wear and give perfect satisfaction. Never wilt and not effect ed by moisture. Try thect t:-.d you will never regret it. Ask for those with above trndc mark and rcfusu any imitations. If youi' dealer '.jc3 cot have them we will mail you n sample direct on receipt of pri.c. Collars 15c. ench. CufTs 50c. j'uir. Ftate whether stand-up or turned-down collar ia wanted. The Celluloid Company, 42M29 Broadway, New York. Pllrat Pile.! Itrhln Pllrs. STMrTOMS-Molsfure; Intense Itehtng and StlniT- Inir : most at night ; worse by seratehlng. If al low ed tnrontlnue tumors form, whleh often blisxl mid ulcerate, Is-eoinlng very sore. Swavns's (Untmsst stops the llehlng and bleeding, heals iiieeraiiiin.nnii in most eases removes the tumors. At driik'k'lsts. or liv mall, for SU cents. Dr. Swayiie A Son, I'hlladelphla. A DMIM.STKATOUS' NOTICE. Let- jT ters of administration in estate of KIIalH'th Nell. lata nl I'nlon township. Sn Tiler 1 11,1 n. ,(! ti, nsvii k neen arsnisu to ins unusr rlannl. sll imrsons knuwlna thmnnelvsa lndiltd to raid vstata lire requested to msk lieinedlste psymeni, wiiiis idohs nsTing eislim will present litem uuiy authvnilcsteii to tne unlerlirnri. KDW1N t IIAnLKS, Jan. IS, M, Adiiiinlntrator. ULIUCII'S DENTAL LOOMS. SelinssrrjVEj Fa( Teeth rleaned. extrurfed. Implanted, reirulai- ed. Diseases and Injuries to the teeth and mouth treated. Art lllelal sets, crowns, bridges anu oiniuraiors inserted. All kinds or nuiuir. Uold work a specialty. Hf.ll. 'C I 1. llll II. II. II. H. Oftlceln Wels' dwelling, soutu sldo entrance. opposne national Hotel J- 0. MOHN, M. D. Practising Physician and Surgeon. Residence in the French Flats. Mid dleburgh. Jall-promptly and careluur attended to. TV n 1. 11. IMBLEJT BREATH 0VELTYS7 s4 Something new at 15ovki:sox's Coufeetionary, Middleburgh, Pa. D It. J. C. AM 10, I). I). H. DENTIST Treating, flllim;. artificial teeth. rrowu ami bridge work. Teeth ex true ted without pain. Satisfaction guaranteed. Office next door to the 1'ost printing office. AIlODLKIsUKuti, 1 A. Mldilleliirr Itlarket Corrected weekly by our merchants. Butter 22 Kggs 22 Pitted cherries 2 Unpitted " 2 hiav.-lor-'es 0 Kasuberrles 8 Onions 60 Lard 8 Tallow 4 Chickens per lb 6 Turkeys 0 Hide H 10 12 Hard Times Prices, Glc Furnisiiina Goods We are offering a full and com- plete line of new ana seasonable goods in the line of itfc Hats, dents' and every thing else usually found in the best clothing store. All our goods are of the latest styles and guaranteed to be strict ly first class in quality. G. C. GUTELIUS Middleburgh, FURNITURE Shoulder Ham Old Wheat 60 New " 50 Rye 45 Com V) Oats 3 DO tigs " 1.0" Chop " 1.20 Flour per bbl 8.10 Hran per 100 lbs., Middlings " ., Remember Tie Ilea o SELIXSGKOVE MARBLE-YARD M. L. MILLER, Prop'r I kfcp ruiihtniitly on li.iiidiiud inuu ufar.f tll'u to urdiT all kinds Of Marble and Granite HiMts Aill Mhn CM Ct:ac3 Cloanca andEopalrod. LOW I'KICKS 1 LOW I'KICKSj! I liavc olio of the best Marble Cui- U-rh in tint Statu uud eoiiNtHiueiitlV turn out good work. , Iq (,'oiiih and xi-e my work it prlne ' I'ifiikful for put favors 1 inoht ret pe 'tfiillv uk i continuance of mime; Mi L. MILLER Ciier aM Parte Fnrniture. We offer the best goods at Phi nominal Prices, guaranteeing qua) mes tne finest, and Styles tU Latest. CGuoiies, Lounges, Mirrors Baby Carriages. Window Shad etc., offered at prices to suit tlJ times. Wft flrfi Pntorincr r 4V - - UJ isnyaer (Jounty trade, and AN INVITATION is extended to visit business. our nlacft Respectfully, MILTON FURNITURE CO Front Street, Milton, Pa. J. M. KLINE, REAVRRTOW WELL DRILLER, and Agent Riefs Hydrauli ft! (or Ram Wit Is a new and marvelous invention. Just the thing you want evatinor a. continuous sunn) v of water frrom springs or branches. It oneratimr. simple lu construction and unsurpassed in durability. TH now being placed in every Htate in the Union and are wanted In county, towu and village. We challenge the world to produce iu Must prove satlnraotory before payment is inane, For further Information write for illustrated catalogue. WELL DRILLING. Having drilled over three hundred wells in this County, plentv erence can be given us to the efficiency of my work. I respectful!' I . I I ,f .. I ...III ....AHA. .... Al. your putrouage lit lllis line nun 111 tuoiouire juu ivricci, nniipiu J. M. KLIN BEAVERTOWN HENCH DROMGOLD'S SAWWILL'EIIGUIES A won.l.Tful liaprovi'iui'iit In Krlrtlnn l-'rrd. ami ilu-llnrU. I luck iiiul Inn of (urrlitui:i tlinraitnfiuit an any oiIht In Hit) market. Frlrlltin (lutrh i-'rril, iiiumiik till thu fit il KinrliiK l aUiiul "till Klilla tuk Wik: ari'in tnivlna in inwrr ami wt-iir. Ivn.l 4ivntHinMui!!M furljirKfC'ulHlntfiifaiKl irli'ii AImj Hprlna Harrow., liar Itulira, ulil.atorat urn I'lunlt-rit, Hlit)tra, t'le. Mnllm Aiiir, HUNCH A UUOSlUULli, Mfm., Vork, I'm. olInnir On Earth , i ;mv c V.nna ', " money, . 1 , i' . l'' S f I a. at iamfii tim MM II LIKE Sheridan's Condition Pt It H atlullr pun. lllithlr ri ananiilr It Ium llian . luntli ul Irl.-ll v a mi'illrlii.1. I'mv.nU iul fun" II.kkI f.,r "iinif thl. li. W.irlli in"'' lji-il huh. M'.ult. )'lni Urir, ran f It ynuvaii't vi It ..nil u bu titnU f"r nil Mi I win. Il.l ni. aihi vilinm 1-1. 1. 1 II fc llt.1T II SIM'S ' ' ''; 11I0 o,..jr (itw, I'uiiitrr Intluna (l'iiJ Vikt uf Uum. L. JOOXBlHi ACu-'l nt. (What the h wo fail to it Sii tenth rner '. site t Herat i iiild tl icher Dat re eyt to 1 wn... fitions hod ti ruber lated ; Itors ti !s and Sleit jus to t for t Th degrei Senato land Ju(h fate shr Ting di psing o; nmnu irituoui 3 in hii oposes eriBo cc ns and )vernor 0 of tho uator I continf receives the Sen The bilJ 16 memb :all beR fats. Tw 0 years. '0 for ci the at lese term irtiea sht Ipiration ese Judg Pointed 1 the Judi cond yeai anny th fill it bv " of the e 'ceeded. has si hra shall 1 The bill enty-foui ul bo in ' t in whit placed is our Cong "it Judgi 11 receive the linvtn ixpensoK I'lie court rrishurg nday iu 'tr, at in tho Jt 's in wh nttd dur; d Hiuu'oe 'Wi tho Judges "ies and pt 'idions toi ised by tl