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MIDDLEBURGH, feNYDER CO., PA.. THURSDAY, DEC. 8. 1898.
VOL. 35. NO. 48.
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L Told m Brief Paragraph! for
F - i-i i
n ... viill holiday eoods at Weis,
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n. A. Kern iBcnlarging Uie stable
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The movement l freight con-
Inues very heavy.
Larire line of holiday novelties at
Thpovster season is brightening
lD these cold days.
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Pun't fail to attend me enienuwi-
bents in tne uwu '
Allen H. Moyer has accepted the
- at, Vwlr f'itv I'liriir
gencv lor a c -
Rev. J. H. Hertz wwu's H emi,e
.i S..-1 .." tWlln rt
KKflUSCOl Hie nrnvui vi
Urge variety ot all-wool Blankets
(lowest prices, at weis, oeiins-
f!rit Reductions in Ladies' walk-
l.l. ..Jonllnnnt T, Dlllllti'l-
lDg nam u' dui.u.o -
Farm Wanted: State cash and
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time price, ivw( h.jvuwmj.,
9-l5-3m. Akron, Ohio.
Tim rMMiW term of court will
to l .
Ijcgin next Monday. See trial
Mrs. W8 Martin, of Danville, is
visiting her father, David Kerstotter,
We nre ready to publish long
sausage lies provided the usual sam
ple accompanies the lie.
Charles Buflingtoii of this place
ami James Crossgrovc of Ccntreville
are painting at lieedsvule.
Get ease and comfort bv scc-uring
a Fancy Ijonngo or Couch, beautiful
ones at' II. E. Walter's, M'uldlebnrg,
F. II. Maurer, New Berlin, isnl
ways ollcring special bargains. See
Ills 8HH'ial announcement in this is
The Teachers' Institute is in scs.
io in the Court House this week
Middleburg is now an educational
Misses Carrie and Mabel Witten-
mver, who had been visiting at New
KensiiiL'ton. returned home last
A total eclipse ot the moon Tues
day evening, Deeemlwr 27, lrom
5:57 until 7:2G, or ope hour and 2l
Misses Sallie Kinney and Lura
Spccht, ot lieavertown, visited Airs.
Thomas Sccht in Swineford, on
J. S. Howell of Cam mel was in
town several days during the past
week. He will make his home at
C. F. Kissinirer. tbo train dis-
pnteher of the Iwistown division,
was a Middleburg visitor on Satur
Mr. Middlcswarth of Bonvertown
who has Invn employe! at Camincl,
attended the 110180 solo at this place
Henry Beaver, who has Urn
pending the summer in the lumber
A-gions near Camme', HjM'iit n week
with his family.
Misses Kato and I'Mith Heiscr l
Sliainokinnud Miss Pilht Newman of
Shumokin Dam wero visitoiK in town
durinj tho wivk,
II. 3. MerU and llonntui Ileiin
inger, who Imd 1hii imlnting tho
Uswistown railroad brldjjo, rvtunuHl
home tat week,
Clayton Wetzel and Mw.Klingler
of Vicksburg visited their parents,
David Wetzel's in Swineford.
Attorney H. II. Grimm and lte
gister J. H. Willis made a business
trip to Selinsgrove between trains
on Monday morning.
Cashier Thompson, Jay G. Wei
ser, E. E. Pawling and W. W.
Wittenmyer attended the horse sale
in New York last week.
, Ner Fees of Beavertown was in
town Monday. He is thoroughly
gaui tmt helms found a rich sup-
ply ot coal on his hand.
I intend closing out inv entire line
of children's tam oshanters. under
wear, hosiery and mittens. Come
early. L. Duskelbekoer.
H. OniH-nheimer of Selinsgrove
jays cash ior all kinds ot lurs, suen
n8 fbxes, musk rats, etc. The high
est prieesare alwaysoflercd. 1 2-l-3t.
Endroderies 2 cents per yard and
unwards. Satin riblnms No. f, 3
cents; No. 12, o cents, all sailors.
Congressman Hcmenway of In
diana is another one of the proini
Hunt men who Itelieve that silver
has been killed as a national political
II. E. Walter of this place has a
full and complete line of building
and cabinet hardware on hand
Prices reasonable. Call to see the
If your friend comes to borrow
your mourning bonnet, do not hesi
tate in telling her that L. Dunkel-
lerger loans bonnets for the small
sum of 2o cents.
Fancy Rockers that will make
'beautiful and handsome Christmas
presents as low as 1. 50 and as high
as $10 at II. E. Walter's furniture
store, Middleburg, Pa. tf.
A marriage license was granted
last week in Sunbtiry to Samuel
Brouse of this county and Emma
Undjcrhauer of Shamokin twp.,
The horse sale of Haas and Knorr
was not as much of a success as
miirht have been anticipated. The
sale was stopped because of the low
prices ottered ior horses.
Dr. Sliiller, the herb doctor, was
a Middleburg visitor over Sundav.
While making a visit to Gcrmanv
the oast vcur. he was reported dead.
lie is still very much alive.
Dr. Smith, member of the Ix-gis
tore troni Nivilor eountv, was in
Sunbury on Tuesday. The doctor
is for the "old man" for the United
States Senate and don't cere who
knows it. Sunbury Jh'inoirat.
O. M. Bover, one of the eountv
commissioners of Lucas County, ().,
was visiting W. W. Wittenmyer
this week. Mr. Boyer was liorn a
mile cast of Middleburg and had not
Urn here since he was fiveyears old.
The members of the Y. P. S. C.
E. of the Lutheran church held a
"UctrosptrtiveSH-ial" in the rooms
over Attorney Crouse's law otlioe on
Fndav evening. A very pleasant
time was spvut. Refreshments were
served by the Social Committee. i
ncwlv disovcred and very suc-
ecssfut cure for sore throat is to
gargle it with Urr. This announce
ment may create an epidemic of neck
trouble, but for thebenelitofgenuine
sullcivrs the cure must lie made pul
lie. UeinemU r you must not sw al
A HouUdalo girl, who is very
fond ot kittens, etc., captured as she
mipiHiKcd, "n very lovely eat" last
Sablmth evening, but which turned
out te U black ono with white
HtiiH down it Uiek. The girl is
not yet In presentable, eonditioti Kir
ciumiiy, Imt kJiu'm awfully turnal
WHAT ONE DOLLAR WILL DO.
As a Special Holiday Inducement to secure new sub
scribers we will accept new subscriptions and ujxm the pay
ment of only ONE DNLLAR down, wc will send the 10ST
from that date to January 1, 1900, or until April 1, 1899
for 25 Cents. Old subserilers can take advantage of this
remarkable offer by puying up arrearage at the regular rate
of $l.f0 jht annum. This is a mont lils-nd oiler and it
must lie accepted at once to I of the most value. Send
in your name and vour dollar, to
GEORGE W. WAGENSELLER,
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John Moyer killed two jxirkers
last Thursday weighing 517ando27
On the inside pages of this week's
Post, we U'gin the iiublieatiuii of
the marriage record of Rev. A. B.
Casper from 18:19 to 1SS2. Don't
fail to examine it. ion will had
the grandfathers and grandmothers
of your Kcipiaintaiiees in the list.
(tco. I. Kline of Adams township
made a business call at this oflice on
Tliursday. He will have public sale
in March and has placed a notice of
hissale in our salt register. Others
intending to have sale in the spring
will do well to follow his example.
A smooth, eay shave, genteci hair
cut, or other tonorial work, is al
ways obtained at Soli's' Burlier Shop,
in Witteumyer's building, opposite
Post oHiec. Go to Soles to buy
new razors or exchange for old ones.
guaranteed to give
A. E. Soi.es.
The Teachers' Iiotitute ojh'IkmIoii
Monday in the court bouse. Prof.
F. C. Pmwersox was elected Presi
dent ex-oflicio; II. S. llnndx r-er,
'ice President; R. F. Smith, Svrc
tarv; Sumner Siny-er, A't Si.;
Ira Kline, Treas. The lull pro
ci'jtlinurs will lie :rivcn next week.
At this time of the year, when
looking around for Xmas presents,
jxvplc are often at a loss to know
w hat to buy. This may lie overcome
at once bv visiting Weis' Store, Se
linsgrove, where you may find an ex-
tensive line of fancy articles, Imtli
useful and ornamental at prices to
All easv way to toughen giass
lamp chimneys is worth knowing,
and an exchange says it may ic
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that they will last niueh K nger than
otherwise. Place them in a dish !
cold water on the back of the stove.
As the water liecomes wanner, move I
them forward until it comes to Uil. !
Allow it to Util aUnit ten minutes, i
Then move it Uiek until the water ;
Christmas is coming! C. 1 Cor-
kins is here with a full andcomplete
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line oi jcwcirjjusi me iuuij; ivi em vi in prestiu. I
Christmas presi'iit tor your friend, at j .pplicsition bb;ks ,tWv !v Phiplu r Uivvlv oi Sw-ry
prUxunhcanl ot in Middlcburgh. , t;lil, ,t j,. ;tK f4ll..,l ':''' wm'.u'
Watcjus, ehnks and jewelrv ol 1 all ' lu,(,1(1 .j, lJu. t;rtwn. iav bv ' XX ,:'rvi ,nl'!' t It
kitnls skillfully rewmxl at the low- . i,,vluH.r ti: c!,ts uuv tL " ot c.u-. li.v huU- ww
est rates. Onlcrs taken for all kinds J inaitX lw,ulvr Sl u nrv'nwn f,vo Wni vA 'l h-ur':v'
ofsilverwnrv, such us knives, forks, S cntitUnl to rmive thvui. ih!ew " as "P -Vv
spiKins, etc. All work must k Kit- v isj.luxj onIv thvkiiul y A1x ,vi" uk''" v( -'c ibv "rv"
islactory or numcy itiuuhl, ( -cation of ch rgyV.wu wUo uwvW on ! rt 1 V' Mrs Jvx5':' ".v h
C. K. Coukjnss l,l ,L ir.U!l ,v t . .....SUMne oi H.iswvr ;-w. iMM.is
We nekiiowlelgv tho mvtpt of j
the following aiutouuwuieut : "Mr.
and Mrs, C. J. Ruhrer siuuoiuhv tho
marriage of their d.nightcr. Irfium
Viola, to Dr. Richard Svhrist
G angler, Wednesday, Nov. lt,
189S, liorniivntowii, Ohtiv" Dr.
(bulgier is a naliv of rni tow n
ship, this txiunty, wins tbr taking
a course in Hoim wvut to Ohio,
wlnw bo estaldishod Utorativo
prnotico in hi jwohissi'.m tovv
takes unto himself helpuwvt in the
lady ftbovfl tuunovl
The Libelous "They Say."
The one term, ''they say," is re
sponsible for nine-tenths of the Ihrs
which repetition and familiarity fin
ally convert into seemingly botia-fida
evidence. One usually hears nn ex
citing bit of gossip launched f rth
with thee words, while at the same
time the sjMiiker, adroitly shield
herself by declaring that, )crsonally,
she dots not know it to lie true. The
man or woman who thus screens
himself or herself is nothing short ot
a coward. Josephine Hill in thoi"f thel-ank an
December M'om'in's Home Com win- I'oaak's 4 i -ili
Next tii is rvwirt and n- thiiv
will le plei-ty ot oinrtunity f.r
our subscriliers in arrears tii s-nd
in money to u-, we hojie thev will
do so. Iiok at the ilate ater your
name iti the jv.sper and if voii are in
arrears, please ri nieiiilx r that it costs
money t run a paper. Rmd our
special oiler at the top of the
jia'c It "ill pay inn to take
vaiita'-e of it.
o 111th Aiuiual M
in tiieOjiem Univ. Fmburir. Pa..
Wcihi'Silav t eiiir.-, 1 Vv. ';;, 1 vis
ami elosin S.itnr l 'v, X,.-.v War's
eve. Addn-ss ,,f v.w v Mr.
Charles Miller. P,u. knell. " Tw..
sessions cadi !av t'.r rthe-.irsa! at;-1
day and Saturday everii-.is. S li--v. '
ticket and b.k 4'' v:.ts. S:: U '
admission t. ts:;ivrt, I V. !!.! '
t a: low iv.:o. '
(Vnne! part'.eiuUe with .v!. .. r
ot. W;:mv M 'V- i
Will Issue Clerical Orders for
The Peiir.sva:'.i;i Kiiilrvdd
iinnouiKYs tluit the issue ot
j clerical orders wiU U vmti-.nul tor.
the vear lSi'. on the same li;u.vs ; "
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1 and wrtifuxl to bv w
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f V.: It's S'M(S
o vim nas mvYwuM iHtrimu-v. ivw
o i i ;
w hat every man w-.t v 5tMwS t ,v, mUy
Marks lnrvU WtuAv, I wuli staV W, iuvtr never
otVr.fora sluvntm w y, w l w, fi sU . if
wl.ito whisky, twv vt5v ,,2, ixtlt tw to li'v
-splendid lor minvv ! f xiI .
pdlon. rhw r vrw dw. U u x jw uvtA
in the reach ot vwrx iftvw vnHw J ,1, Vww,
POST OFFICE ROBBED.
About Highly nUnl la Nm, T.kri
bjr.ltargUra Tnrwdtkj HaralaK.
On Tuesday morning alsiut thn
o' lH-k, burglars entered the Post
Oflice it this place by prying the
door ojK'ii with chisels nod other
tools. Thev drilled a hole into the
safe fnmi the topand blew hothdoors
ofthe wife open. They secured aliout
seventy-five or eighty' dollars and a
tew stumps from the sale and three
or four dollars in moiuy from Dr. A.
J. Herman's easii drawer inthedrug
store. While this work was in prog-
ress four larjje men were outside of
the bank building in the eapaeity of
watchers. The noi.- on the outside
of the building alarmnl Henrv R.
Bickhart, the wat -her at tlie lank
and alsii Mrs. W. H. Smith at the
Central Hotel. Mr. Smith raisil
the window and called to two men
on the roi iut asking tlieniw h.at they
were doimr. She reivived no replv
and fn-ling Kitisfiiil something was'
wrong, -he tiw.k the window prop
and struck it in rapid sueeion on
the window -ill to make an alarm.
Thi- evident lv friirhter.pd the burg
lars and the watchers fin-d two -hotsi
evidently to ive notiit to their work
ing )iaU to have. M.nr. while, Ht-n-rv
Uickhart eame to the tn nt dr
k aol tirl a -!. tr-.m th-
i'ore r.-volver al the
r-.hl-rs t...k to tlieir l.t-ls. The
alar- i brought cut ('.L-altT Ticar
s.n and others. A --areh rr v-al.il
what was dor;e. The exp!-ion M-w
out the three win.if.w at tlk- P..-t
Orfiev. 'fhe burglar" w.-nt toKririk-
I lin anl -r.. J. II.
':ir arxi w;ti, tr-.p.
!il;SLTo'e. I h- t" ! 'l-f l n. -" i
tiikeii from (i.... sit.!.t's -..: r.:-r
shop. If the pn.jer t;!i't: h:..I i.n
made tti p.l.Ur. mijl.t have Us n
apr 1; u ! d i t".re tin- :i a r-ak.-r
Hot out c! ti. i- .!!,tv.
Triplets BornaLcl A Sad Death
The wite of Gabriel Wi nriek.
seti M ot' till' Met lesli.I il,nr.!i
'at her home on Hanover street, t!;i
piac-. "II !i :av n;. r:il!' at
sy tf.(c;';.y vt 5
i Mib!5 cKurvb.
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terr.-rt-.'.! at Km:
vivvs wtre wtMuvCtv. tv twv.
Mv ovvr ov hutrwi vcsco.s vw u-'n" "l "'"'' """"', " hV.tiu.ihi..
l!ints,vtW tvt Tbrtilav is ai!,iW Lvt'" ""!"'' '""'i ''.hi-uu v.
KWivhvl bv the frits Mr. WJ r'" Wl"-t ;,L !",; " V--
U.-)i f., u...,t .H..-U
i;vtklu,il wUi visit- ti-iccu. Mr.
Xv.,..V ,w.,.., .i.;t
I IjOvlKsk" Mvwtvi in ad) Lm
COURT HOUSE CHIPS
William II. Riegle ami wife to
Catherine Pri.v, :, I-lo nheaof
land in Spring twp. tfir$2o.
Jederson D.oiliernuin to Samuel
Koble, tract of html in Monroe two.
coutaimnj: ."! ,un-s. llo ,h.m
wn-s, no inTches
? John H. Raley and wife to Anion
Baley, IS acres in M.,rirr? twp., fur
Solomr.n S holl and wife to Geo.
K.S-holl, ', aerr-s ;n,d J(J. rehes it
Union twp. for $1J).
Letters .f adrnini-tration in the
estate of Anifr, C,fi rr,r,, Knaitil U,
David H. Gift.
Alsi in .-fat.
f Ivi I.
pnri twp. to Ar::
W III PrlM(Mj.
The la-t will arid ttament of
Dr. Henry Z,,,.r, h:e of Srlias
irrove, was proUr,.-! a M.iti.Lir hv
U.vi-ter Willi. at N-Hr...-rove.' lli
-n K.. J. A. M. Zi-'hr is l-
(pi-atI a!! tt.e ur.piifd:..f.i
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ZiT?'.;r, an? the exe:-utjo.
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l'!ie trnil ! I:rvaisj i.'rifsMi or
tiiK njiiisJer .ji' pinr-v t 1 1 1 1 i , tiit.ii
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bvK'ilillllg 'I lil .;iil( io .Ui,:o IIU
j;h!!ivvs ill t.ll.; x:vt.'iitv-;iMii'HI ijjlln;
case in i.liit. ooiuily sim.-j !btai -vnr :
banning '' Thtf IitM niiiidiii-.. iJio
WdJing Vhisy Smilil, wasaslinuitJi.
orvmevlil'itevJ ami iiiiiiuiiaii i a ilim
an sjttiiii wr pi viii(iitd, l.thn; ii !,
doubt aljoiiC Uiu iiiiii-.iaji''s j.tiJttOii-
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tW caiv bv nj.ljMihAJ,'.'.' Duluy.'V iiii
thwsi ease w iiue in, Ug ihUiiv-4t