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- 1 3 yjbin a Job lot of note on hand. They mutt go ,,v The price will do tt. Lnples and prices for the aadc- We rornlsh them printed less than you can buy them loUt printing. A "UTjoaraal, Dtrt4 U aawa, SsWaca, Art, Political tunnr aaJ Carrsai Ltirir. Raisa: Dallar Ptr Ima, la AaVaae VOL. XXXX. MIDDLEBTJBGH, SNYDER COUNTY, PENXA. DKCEMIiETJ 17, l!or,. NUMBER 40. W 1. Uvely Little Liners. Hustle and the Bustle of the County Seat, Told in Brief paragraphs. More or Less Prominent. FIMtl( Papalatlan Evt of l Utttt that 3tlfy Curiosity na Appa h Thirst for News. urtin Bower Is afflicted with In action of the liowels. ifilliam H. Hmith left for f.ewistown Ln,y to again resume his position the employ oi me r. rw. n.. v o. J. Baker, of Castalla, F.rie county, it .1 T, . .,1 tr ortrl nrAervii t.hp t;i), rtUIW "cn-i.-j -t sent to his address for the com in t L, YVVhr, of Mifflinhurg , was iitlini? among friends h. re, Wednes- of last week, and dropped in to Lit us happy- tin. I'r. I. P-arber and children, Dnnviile, are paying a visit to the Tier's alHter, Mi.- Amanda Witten- in Franklin. Hirvey A. Good, of Penn townHhip, linn in Hweet Hope, was at the i;iityent on business and pleasure, ninewlay of laHt week. P. Derr and John O. Pellman, two tft Perry's enterprising and ener- Vc farmers, dropped In to pay for U subscriptions, Monday, of Ima k. ,ha W. Renninger, of Franklin kuship, who has been a reader of the r-T since before the war, dropped in k week to renew hia subscription for Uher year harles E. Herman, the farmer on a Hover's peach farm near Kream- Lake his bow to the printer in the Vie of a subscription. IV. W. Romiu, of Rrtusmaid, North .ota, was a Middleburg visitor. Fri- He says he likes Xorth Dak.ua that lie can raise more grain with wirk than he can iu Penn.-vlvauia. by do you not have tho.-e decayed u extracted '. t all on Dr. iirwiir. llfi'iirir. He will mako a t of tirth with which vou c.-tu nm.ti- your food anil improve tiir5- tf. list rwfivwt a new lot ot .""ewtni: uiiic troni 51s.1 K) up. r'ae White. rier ami Wilson makes aspeviaiity. ii)iay advertisement. Kkank .".Rikuel. Middlel.uri;, Pa. Iwt H. Smith, eiliter of the Eliza ville Ki'ito, wife and daughter, ure ti a visit to his mother, Mr. I'. Smith. Kditor Smith h:is :u iu the best of health lately. m; glad to uote that he is ookiui: N 'Hi .V. E. Soles iu his new hav- iiair euttuiit uarior fm voui Weaned with refrehiu ham uJ a oieau towel to each natron north side of Market siua re m- Ceuttal Hotel. S&tisfaciiou tmr- u Folk, the youuir sou of t'oufec- Fr Howanl W. Folk nn.l 'iwh aud was iu a stupor dur iw siie uf typhoid fever. The Wlow U uow bei(iuiiii to talk 11 "1 suowiug the Usual shrns of acuvuy. H. Drehsler. of Oriental. and.Iohn M'w, of Meiserville, were happy p luwnsiiip visitors Friday. Mr Mt jui sold his farm at a proiit of "t he paid for it a vear ao. - - " lUtw Uropped iu to Pay their r1- Mr. Dressier Just became a f"ciioer. uiaKalow at this office. Thew ""gw that carry vou nwav iu FyfdeUgUt. You may flud your "wruUt diatauciuit vou if vou do Mf yur caieudara hew. Uur de- Eiclusive8Mitt of them iu Snyder rUer at ouce so you will not 4 iu Ketlimr thm twrlv. kuuwledue th lit it tituil h from L. I. Baker, Ohio; I,? l'hu"; U. K. Spader, rn ut. it. S, Oau.der, Ohio; ravtrtowii'W t..r I ri Wiu. KeuuluKvr, Seliiu I - A UtHM WMrd rali I f I a It A. J. CroKrove, who had ben paint inp; In different part of Mifflin Co., for several months, cm me hom Thursday of last wwk. Hon. (i. AItrid Arhnch attended a meeting of the lionrd of Directors of Siniuebanna Univerxity, Helingrove, Thursday of last week. WANTED: Two good girls ; one for dining room and one for kitchen. Wages $2 V) a week. Address, Hotel ffeddens, Rloomshiirg, Pa. The Post one yenr ; "Farm Life' one year and a Map of .Snyder Countyi Pa., all for a little dollar. See particu lars on fourth page of the Pot. Fok M a r.E A house and lot at Krea mer. Pa., opixwito K. K. depot, contain ing 2 aTes of land. Nicely liw'Ated. J f. Mai rkk, 1- 3- tf. Krennier, Pa. Our special ,!ile of holiday good will Iwgin Tupsday, lien. l.". . splendid as sortment to ictfrt from, including Hue candies, ami lota of tliem. A.M. SRrifitiMT, Verdilla, Pa. J. A. Smith. lone Mills, is prepared to shoe horses with NeViT-slip horse shos at 1. .'lit per horse and the com mon shoes at :h) cents. Oiv.. him a all. U-liMt. Charles W. Kuhn and wife, of Sha mokin Dam, were entertained hy his father, V. M. Kuhn and family at the Central Hotel on Sunday. Mrs. T.ydia A. Roniig, of Kantz, was also a guest at the Central. Miss Clara Krall, teacher of music and elocution in Susiuehanna f'niver sty, Selinsgrove, and two student, Misses R. X. Ramey, of Altoona, and Ruth Lyter, of Harrishurg, enjoyed a sleigh ride to the County seat Saturday. FOR SALE. rn Middlehurg, Pa., a good frame house, 7 rooms, and lot of land. Also a good livery stable on the same lot. For terms and particulars apply to F. F. Walter, 1 mile west of Jliddlebarqf on rnaitleedlr ; ta-lzzrf- town. tf. The Edit. ir of the Post spent the early part of last week in Philadelphia and purchased a new "handler Price iordon Job Press, .-ha.-e This wiil provide us more rimin.Uiitly to handle the increax-d Ihimik-., cmisrant ly !lowiu' in. Tli, Mn. J. L. Marks visited friends at Selinsgrove several days last week. Rev. W. K. Diehl and Editor Rltter each shot a wild turkey last week. Mrs. E. M. Greene and son, of Lewis town, are paying a visit to Grandpa Wittenmyer. Harry E. Specht was a fttiuhnry vIm itor Monday. He dropped la to renew his subscription to the PtwT. Mr. Mtees, ,f New Berlin, moved to Mwineford last werb and will engage in the milling business with Mr. Irish. The map of Mnyiler County we give away is printed on a sheet of heavy Ledger paper, 11x17, large enough to frame, riej offer on page lour. Amon Womer, of Rithtleld, one of West Berry's tall and portly men, drop ped in to renew his subscription, Mon day. Richard L. shatter, of Verdilla, will hereafter be as happy as his neighlnirs, who read the Post. He sent us a dol lar and we have added his name to the list It is a current report that Hon. R. K. Focht will lie a 'Hixlidaie before the s-ople of Snyder county for the nomi nation of State Senator. Editor Lumbarrl, of Selint-grove; Attorney William K. Miller, of Salem; James X. Houser, of Port Trevorton, and fiiHtinince Agent H. H. Sc:o h, of Selinsgrove, were among those who greeteil us in ourotMee, Monday. L Clinton Shatter, of K.klmit, Ti -I., iu sending remittance for solici i,i ion to the Post says t 44I have, ircn :i .i :iy from old Snyder County twenty-one years, but am always anxious to kuotv what is going on "at home " Keep your eye on our -sale register. TC is growing. If you intend to have sale next rpnng, send a notice of the ilnieand we will insert it free until date of sale, if you have the bills printed at this office. H. f. Fiederick, and wife, who had Tieea TriuTiTnlg T!ieTr'hnre"ar tfieTvv'asli iugton Honse since August, left for their home in Millcrwhurg, Saturday evening. Mr. Frederick constructed the water v..r!is:iiiiit hen-and he ami his estimable wife made ni:tny I'rietiii herc during their star. II Vfc,,..";. janf.p jt mm ! f J ft . f si I ' M S5eV si J -.'1 :net ,n tliel '..iirf if..i-..,f T i ; ' udders if V iti. ,.,;,( , f Miitdietmri;. ' 'tinw ;". 'J : in", i'".rtl.,.,v. XV -'M'W. !"".. ,,.nti.,e', Kmc. ' ' 1. '.f Ti"i.-si.v. .., ..ir.... ;-.(.,v. 'v' '" M-suw K.-b jj. V. ,;,,-,,, I'.irth- i uumm k a- m i n i i lav. i.eaal loltiluv. .';jikswi;i i .e loeit. diiN!! w. !. JJ. '-' -MTv vrm .f CHARLES BOYEP. 1-..irr ....eti. Merchant and Postmaster, P.ixtonv ille. l'N-v, i-Vt. z tav r I.efiu B.)rn July 31. IH.l. Died December 7, I)0.1 V"nr" VU "" ! -f- hat Till wive ..cctir :'..r gli; vetirs. I'-!' .i.-l' . d:ir... -t ..tri..f I ( i. ( iii: M-f i :.. ;, . ,.; .-rs for 1)11 1 die ; ... ,. THE FUTURE REVRAf.F.l). Coming Events Cst Their Shadows BefWe. The renders of tbeP.Tnre reijuest ed !o send ii WnnoMfM-ements of all events. .NY hnrge will b made t. publish the srn when the event m ,,f public iniportan Sati iuiw. D. Ir. A New Masonic fidw. No. :ri will lie nnst itufe'. iti Snnbury liiifb noon, by Kdgsr Tennis. W r. M. This s ; li l'.Mrh :tnniv-r4Hrv of 'he f.ndire No. nt -iiHibory ' bat cms wirran' si iiy ,(inir i .eore III. ,,f -'nir-!imd. riii-itsti v iv. the l.ufherui ur.. day scb not vill reiii.r i .'Huiata FniPU. ;ee J.", i "uri-tma- i I.eiral MJidav. i!an ..-!!! or. St vt.i v, line. J7. r. ,'oIhi's i nv iMi v ' .isn. ! '.'0 'w 1 iifisi,y. i'tF). " .oi ;!. sil ver ''mi, ty ! nrei-:,,r-' .J(.i., tf:;i i I " . m . 'in'din's a cwiKr winioir a iiv. A Short Session, jlninl.iv. Ailjiturncil to Friil.ii . Olllit uitli Veiled Moi.daV, Deceml er PriTsldent J in. gt, aid Hons. 7.. T. t len ( ii : sr-f i : . mi ! I'oud in Fr.-iiiKim ; p. Viewers' report private road to oe opeiidt I'i t'ei-f wide ;n ""pring twp. Court adjourned to Friday, Dec. Is, 'iii(n -ii.-ui ' .'ire a-.vav ' I'.'ivit: -uli-11 ;iiches print- beaut ;f;il .-U:d map ot' -n vder .oi;nt -,-with !tic P'p.-r 'o -idv.au -cribers. L- 7 :iiches i- I 'Hi Urunswtcii Linen Ledger. 11 in. by 17 :n. h is lar-M-.'uiiiigti mme ami will be in ornament to anv illce r a parlor. John t Jellnett. the Junior tueinuer ( the ftiterprisiiig inn of i Jeiiiett llros.. xst T!liU's.i:iy -not x twenty pound wiKl Turkey. uid that Jonathan invited the entire not "!!ice-ind -cii-ihoiie exchange ;'ori-e to get away with the fruits of ins iui.-.e mid -piendid marksmanship. W ANTED: -wetu-ral Agents to uau dle exclusive territory for the IVuusvi- vama I luarauty t 'oiupauy .it' Pittsburg L'a. A guaranteed mviutmeut propi; sitiou which at s(iu. si;trv or commission cou tracts. Address A. ( ;. Wonuscr, Manager, No. l North Mar ket Srnare, Ilarnsburg, Pa. !t. The Middlcburg Water Company have cuu tracts tor Mime mxiv -....w. o, couueviious tiave already leeu made. This is certainly doing well tor the new water Company. A number of wells iu town have had cou laminated water for years and the sooner they re abaudoued for drtuk. iug purpotsaa th boiler. Howard Roweixux of Kreaiuer, who had saie last I'tifsday wad iu Middle burg WeduetJay visitiug his tareuts, preparatory to moving to Lcwisiuwu to accept a posittoa al the Ituruhaui Steel Plaut. Mr. tSoweisox is a faith ful young mau aud we do not like to losio him. but we nish hiiu abuudant sucvess iu his new tield. WillituuJ. Hoyer and sou, Wiiliaiu of Salem, wore iu towu Satuidav t have a uvlico of his sstle put iu th Mile register. He ha an iuiuicusv sUK'k of hoitwaaud cattle. He will iiuit farm lug iu the Spring aud wUi mow iuto thu b lie it houasi opposite thi store, which he hki purchactvU ftvui Mrs. Matilda KWut for $lxsj. James ll. Dtouicr of thu ubxeo. of Sub-Divlaiou, No, lvf IheLewiawwu Divlsiou, had bcu awarded tbt auuual prviulum for general excellence of Uai.'k and aiib-Ji lwm wiik tor tint year llKKi. AImuI sit years ago Mr. i-iiri-' iti.i t.indr. 'linat I. II. H.oVer-Ot'- .onfn-'lol;- ry -tore. !! u.-i- -,e ai. , t -to,-i ,.i ' -indies iint i-v.-r .V'l.- in MiddleLiiig and at the lowest prices. -tinday -chHi, orders ;ll!e.i at a trille noi-e than "ist. If. uot so. do not buv. Lrry Jliristm.is nid .1 Happy Now Vcnr to ill. -wart. ,: i iravtua's st,.n wiiieford. ' -leadM.uaiters at which to buy ymir lin.-tnia.- gift.-. Do you wish to make your friends happy '.' Tlien come and xainine our large assortment of holj. lay gift-. We will mention a few : Do you want dolls, jewelry, gloves. ntieti-. lamps. Iiaulcerchief's, furs, 'im brellas. luniks, gia.-swarp, Cliinawarp. etc. I'he articles mentioned are but a lew of tho-e we should like to -how you. ou should -ee the mauy novel- tie- we have. Do not wait till the last day, but iimie early. Our farmer iu the show window bids vou .'Nine tn. sflwt voiiririfts 4111 I ?W Ln ' '. , ' vour friends happy. lvcs(iect fully yours, "'0 SWAKTZ JC CiKAVmi.L, L'lwuier Wvu the similar nUe. l'U Thae wvrti ruiltUuvw I'll' Npfeseuts thv spevial rwrU for Coiuiuunicated. Iv.vobsvillk, P.v., Dec. IflKJ. Editor Post. I do uot ktiow how much I owe you ou your paper to this time, but as I see your liberal offer of the Post, Farm Life aud map of Snyder county, ail tor oue dollar. I will enclose a fiuu bill to pay for sunt. 1 am still in the mountains here getting out lumber at Uw ntie of about Z ears a week for the last $ years aud still have standing timber ou hand to couiiuue it for 4 or years. Our shipping facilities are uuhaudy, as we have to haul about 13 mile to the railroad. Am peeling from 3 to 400 tou Rock Oak Bark yearly, which I get hauled IS miles to the Tauuery, so you cau Imagine it takes lout ot good heavy teams to do all this wagouiug. I see that the old Vauder Ult survey or grading of railroad that cut through our lauds here about Si year ago is getting pushed ot ordered to b built by Caruagi aud liockerfel- Jk or Mr tsuHld Mill build it. If it will gel built it wilt ,;ive us a good out, let for shipping, aud ouo of the grandest icada hi this country. Iierhng ami P. V. Reigel p I'ltsdpe for Vei ire to io for ll'Ot aiid !:a . .i'i'-- t term. 1 '"l. .i.ai'oii t i ! II in t a.- the ai'coin , t, - if ' he i '.Vii.i.uu J !f.,oi.-.-. -i i... j -teller, again-' lef,-ndai,t. Frank :. P.ow.-r-ox -vis j guardian ( 'A' irr.-si A . M.i,i.. child of D. Ii. Maiiu-rk in j ", ,) IU . . ,, f 'e.l, - t Jai'k-o.i i ; . iii-y l i- o . iiiin m lie -n i irni'i'. ! let urn " - 'i d ':' .f . . '.he following .i.i.ii Haines, ii ased: di ci.-.m ; Kllabel C. W. Wagner. : ' tf. lecea.-.-d: i-!;!..-Aorahain .M. r'reej Auditor s re' ort- . iiauicd c-tates were tiletl Arnogtint. Nathan F-tterol S. Wieand. and Kctn innn 1 A ppointtl.etlt of viewers idn.e. lll'V 'A Firm '.Vc i .! 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 i-iiibbin i) tier. k-uithin-; Liit. For the seonvmy i.f tiim and mrsv i to our su thrillers, we otrer the J.ilUw i illCTIMllNHtft'raa 'iif l'hMmr K r. lowing named :-rlod teals with he 1' -T. Hierlrsr enluitin is th regula? I"'''' !' -'' -;-..!. -at,, o ..i'....-.!. In :1 .. T l r:e: i-k.d. : .. 1 I i 1 1 III- I -lit. ' ' itlc-r: t ".'i-hi : I'i ll.ift. . 1 a . II - W, iece if-lli- I. .1 n 'I'acj g:.' r. a-d; v V. a.-el: i : l.e ; ' - r ' lull' :.i;.."- M-ciir :. in.- i el" Uc.l.-ic l-'li IT" Aii M t 1 let "r:l.-' i '!.T- -.l.i.A'Ilig -aiil'iel '. Miciia-l Inch, f '.ridge across W.IJranchof MahaiiToiigoCreeK. euiargeil, rcirt to be made next term. I'lVoKl K.S. Moses '"rieduiaa vs. '. io.deu Freeii uuiu, divorce granted !hmi payment of costs. Tobias E. lieitz vs. -arau fU'itz. rule gratiUsi ou libellaut to -how cause why alimony, etc. Mary A. Hickhart vs. Wilson Hick hart, motion for alias subpoena in di-. vorce awapieii as jirayed for. V A . mis .l Al lio '-l-l 1 u- ; ."- I iron,,,- i i- li t - . ,;i 1 1 .i . . I -1 : . . . ii i'-rttci.'-i" 1 u t .1 I i' it',1' Nov . ..; Levi ' irti' n An ; 1 " Davi-i ii -iivb r ! in . -.1 'A'. -.. v i"....cc r- i-'-ii . ." '." W li il . ,i.-i i Auni 1 "I Jessie liohlallil L'cc 1 ' ' ! Jo.'lll S IDlttl ..111 I " t ll 41 A M "ftimh -Ian 1 .M vj Dover -Jan 1 '" Win L Miiinuir Nov 17 "i iaicn F ":iiot.si)eri'r S'pt 1 I'.mi: Wi Irion HcrroklJan 1 1,'"" L'ticu L'uuiilcLierer I 'ec I 1 I Anion Iirubukcr S-pt 1 "4 i4 r-ot..- ; I-. -...g . a." . .1 ... -aie a ...e -priii.: -i.o ;..i -.- '::!! ..iii-s is i-ariv is . .iiii. ie um :i:iv.' :n-iu ;:i--erti-i n 'lie '.Iid'ili-iiurg ,''ST-s . .cgi-t.-r -o liat ,'i n -M-e wiil -iM't 'lie -anie date. H: vii; .nsitr ""ur late -' - hat !'.o tie !. :.-ar ":,,i -vtil eiei-t -ame - late .V- 'iia.ie .o :targ :' r ::iser.:ug a t.otjce . i v .ur -aie ::i-mr ilcgister wtieil you get :;ie i.'.i prmo-d at this oiliee. lieo L Daiitricr Nov ! Harry Ritner vs. Emma J. Hitner ill vorce recommended ou payment of lictirv Iv Mover ""ept 1 'It theo,mu- ' Cmrwl Dnttv.Iau 1 0t Jeremiah Waiter vs. Amanda L J E IWj ).. . oiier. apiHJiuimem. ot ii. ii. i irimm, (j j stt,ttT )w i) D A Keru Jau 1 '. "i W A Eid" lev Nov 15 "d- estate of A osi in H sS..v.Iup ..,,.1 si v -L .uauix-cK .uar t. Ks., master, coutiuued to next term. Mil tXLANKOCS. Orders of sale were granted in the. nvder and Simoii Hummel. j iwhert lwile Jaa 1 ' '4 Charles Hower, auditor of Susau , Ixiwerix Jau 1 ' o Suyder, deceased, enlarged to report at; U K Dover Feb 17 "5 Argument Court. Chas Aucker Oct 23 LU The widows' appraisementa, Ex- Emanuel Sliader Sept 1 i )4 ecutors', administrators', and guar- Dr Petri val Herman Nov 18 04 diaus' wcouuta were contirmed ni. si. j Mrs 1 (j H0llseworth X0v 15 04 as advertised. Morris Mark, eU al., aud the Eageu Sindel Co. vs. li. Federmau hearing coutiuued to Feb. 1, 3904. Report of viewers ou road to be open ed in Chapmau aud Jackson townships, 33 feet wide except where bridging aud uurgtug is neitweary ana there 1B feet wide. VieweiV report refuses to open .New Market, Centre Square and Walnut SUvwt IU &riugiuau's audition to Free- but k. J II Brown Oct 1 04 Elias Cawley Oct 1 04 liobert lu:arick Dec 1 01 Daniel Maueval Spt -JO 04 Jonathan Troup June 16 04 Sarah M Wray July 20 04 llenry Swarm Nov 27 04 Wm II Attiuger April 1 04 P D Bonier Oct I 04 W D Bilger Oct! 04 Cie.. (' 3tu;li Jlay 1 04 Sale Register. N'oiicM .if airs wut - wrtN ;- :n'ier -!iis r.eHAUUK 'vueii trie .,re rrii.tea ,c tun '' v hen llm "ii:n ire .in -nnliKi .il tins eitlcsi l enta iriil !io t rsnni ri- ; H.'' inn to haw wit, siioma ..fieul .i :aia iauU inwinl i:i tiimiimma. s.r-or. l ee. : i. u -Cr-nintrr. i'-rrv vuranil 'Till ll IlUUIMIUdlli iMKH, r'KsnAV. farca I. nt? Tine .iiitiwM,i n( MenarTnle. Mr. mueritlB lor nil sn .ive tiK.-K auu ::kfiuinic impieoieaM, SacCHOav, .Mareu Ii ::i iVumrtoii townsuip, inn It. Miller will -ii norsem ..-own aui .'Arm luipieiuencs. n isnAY. Haren :3. s. jr. Kersmner. 'nenaU, will -s,ii nouaeuoiil jiiwii, 'arm itnpie 'uvutaAuU live ikxk. Wsb.sib.ua ir Mrca l'i. it Siim, Wm. J. !lorr vill sail s liorwm. .v :tvmi a( caU maU tartzuiif itupieiaeui. , TncttiDAY, Mirii IT, .me mile -outa ot selin ruv. Wm. ii. Uouiuitirar wtil eii honvw cuwaaaa farmMix irupivaiaoM. THvaUAV. Mareu :7. l iilob Millt, n. p. Wai. tr will Mil lira noes sua arm iinute tnauia. .VIuauAT, Marvu il. ooa-luurtta aula muuui ol -linsicr. .iu it. a. iMwm (arm, H. P. Winn will nil Uurwa, 9 iwi, . heaU oT youn cattla, cS) iimui uu foud ttumm iuipluinia. Ta iha Public My wife, Emma F. Elliott has left my bed and board without just cause. I hereoy caution any oue uot to sell her anything ou my credit as I will pay no bills coutracted by her. 3. P. Elliott, hamokia Dam, Pa U fcsM out uf li nub-JlvWoni, William Mover, D. 0. h ml aud E. OJ.NTIM KU ON 4TH PAGE.