The Middleburgh post. (Middleburgh, Snyder Co., Pa.) 1883-1916, December 13, 1900, Image 1
Wave vou Men ou. Our latest Styles Xatcst Creations in of fine Hrt ftolenftars for 1901 Jf'A Postal will fetch you Salesman Xcttcr fccaos? Envelope? JEbeE'tc jini buns Iff Al postal will t?t,-!i yi u Specimens Gen. W. Wngenseller, Edlter and Proprietor. A Family Journal, Devoted to News, Science, Art, Political Economy and Current Literature. Kates: One Dollar Per Annum, in Advance. VOL. XXXYII MIDDLEBUKGH SXYDER COUNTY PENNA. DECEMBER V.i U00 NUMBER 4!) Wave pou seen i flJCin LOCAL I.ACONIsJ A nioe variety or ralnyday sklrtsat Whib. UJ-4t If you have troubles, tell nil your friettdi about them. They have none nf tbelr own. We still have ii large varity f ladiee and Children coats and capes at bot tom price. 8. Wma. Sellnsgrove, Pa. 11 -'.Mt There is some talk of changing the game laws ut the coming session f the Legislature. Next week we will announce the winner f the Post's Prize Weaver Chapel Organ. An elegant artistic calendar, neatly printed by skilled workmen, isjust the thing. See samples at the office of the Post. .What MJddleburg needs is more pro gressive and energetic citizens nd a lit tle go-ahead actlvenesa Infused Into those who are suffering from lethargy. .Inst received latest style cards which I am Introducing at very low prices j ill ring the holidays, I- ivory type pho t os and one 16x20 crayouide for only $3. Kmii.k, Photographer, Mlddleburg, Pa. WANTED General Agent in this county to handle our line f watches and appoint loeal agents. An energet ic man can make big money easily, rapidly and honorably. Write to-day. National Watch Co., Reading, Pa. Notice ! We will pay the fare both ways to customers from Adamsburg, Beavertown, Mlddleburg and inter mediate stations to purchase goods at our store ten times the amount of the fare or over. This offer will be good till January 1, 1901.' & Wsu, Satlne grove. Pa. ll-2Mt ! vnraR peruslhg news matter Tn this ptt'-er, don't forget the advertisements 'our live business men. You can save yoiirsuhscription many times a yearby watching the advertisements and tak ing advantage of the bargains offered. If you Would have rd appetite like a bear and a relish for your meals take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, Theyoorrect disorders of the stomach and regulate the liv er and bowels. Pric, '-!.r cents. Sam. pies free at Mlddleburg Drug Store (io to A. E. Soles for a smooth easy shave or up-to-date hair cut and head cleansed with a refreshing shampoo or dandruff removed with his tonic. A clean towel to each patron. Parlor in bank building, one door east of Post office, Satisfaction guaranteed, tf. After Dec. 10th, 1900, I will have on sale of my own manufacture whiskey, all rye w hite for $1.76 gallon. Come and get a gallon. Other grades from -!.i" to 60 gallon, by the quart from 75c to 81.50. J. L. Mabks, l2-6-8t. Mlddleburgh, Pa. I)id you notice the pour chap who stands in the lirst picture in theahnan tc, w ith the li-h and sheep and scor pions and hulls and twins, etc., around him? Did you notice that he Is naked and has nothing In his stomach t Well, that fellow used to edit a paper and did Dot ask pay in advance for suhscrip- t ions Calendars lor iqoi. Those who wish to get out u nice calendar for 1001 should call at the 1'ost printing office to see the magni flelehl line of most handsome calen dais, Xo more heautiful calendars war ever exhibited in this county. Give your patrons a neat calendar; they will hang It in their homes and stand us an, advertisement of your business during the whole year. Place your order early. How the Organ Contest Slands. The twenty-fourth count shows the result as follows : U. Evan, church, Penn's Creek : newspaper coupons, Premium couponcs, (188 716 18 529 TOW, U. B. Churel', Fremont, I'remlum coupons, Total, TOTAL VOTE CAST : Evan, church, P. Creek, P. B. church, Fremont, iiH iiezer U. B. .hurch, Trinity church, M'Kees Falls, Total, a 11,120 7278 2868 198 21,266 Tha ., - .- 1 v'"vcv win ciuto uw. io. I wo, at five o'clock P. M. M" 3 jfll 'W&m 111 COURT HOUSE CHIPS. Deeds Entered for Record. J. (i. Herrold and wife to Rev. S. P. Brown, H acres and 125 perches in Chapman twp., for .$145. K. F. Neltz and wife to Elizabeth Neltz, house and lol In Port Treverton, for Thomas I. Saner and wife to W. A. And Sarah Keller, two lots in Kreaiuer, for 'Id""). Alex Hummel and wife to Isaac c. Hummel, si) acres in Spring twp., for $1720. (iin. W. Kratzerand wife to Wm. J, Backenburg, lot in Spring twp., for 30. J. It. liainesand wife to Win. Drcese 10 acres in Beaver twp., for 1825. Thomas ami Catharine Mower to Daniel Shepp, 120 acres in Franklin twp., for $600. James 11. Drcese and wife to Joseph (Joss, lot in McClure, for $50. Will Entered. The last will and testament of Wil liam Kali writer, late of Perry twp., en tered for record. Marriage Licenses. i George Mitchell, White Springs, I Jeunie A. Henry, I Elmer J. Bailey, i Emma Pontius, ( Vernon J. Iross, 1 Kate M. Hackenbun Pennscreek. Pennsoreek, Kn amer. Mlddlecreek, ( ('has. O. Lenlg, I Carrie E, Huminel, Kreamer, n Pennscreek, f Win. It. McWjlliams, 1 Sallie It. Snyder, ( (i. Adam llowersox, Xewton, Kan. I Mary Harner, Paxtonyllle. I Wm. (i(K)d, Perry twp , Susan C. Herrold, Chapman. BaTgaiai at Gnrman'8 Peter Grarmaq, Mt. Pleasant Mills is offering a new line of ladies hats and millinery goods. Men's hats 25 cents and Queenswarc at 3 cents a piece. ll-22-3m Washington, D. C Genrssee Pure Food Co.. Leroy, "Gentlemen: Our family realize so much from the use of GRAIN O that I feel I must say a word to in duce others to use it. If people are interested in their health and the welfare of their children they will use no other beverage. I have used them all. but ORAIN OIhavn found n?J i".r nue reason int superior to any, for the reason that Ull an ii m-ain Vnnri fi. h. lh " v m7" ' mm i rORT TBEVKItrON. Harry I looser of Barberton,Ohio, wlm husspentu week with his moth er returned home Friday. Win. Bruhaker was in town Sun day. P.G.SIiambnugh is slow ly regain ing streugth again. II. Crawford and wife spent Bun day in town with tlie latler's sick father, W. A. Shaffer. Henry Hoover, ofHerndon, was in town Friday. Jacob Shatter, who is working in Sun bury, was home over Sunday, Harvey Shutter spent Suudayat ndependeuce. Miss liessie WoOtllillg, who litis been spending four weeks in Wil liamsport, returneti home Saturday, very mncli elated over her trip. W. P. Noll, who is working at stei Hon, Pa.j came home Saturday. UNION TOWNSHIP. Gertrude Dunkleberger, of Mid dleburg, spent a few days of last Week with her sister Mrs. I. Aueker. John Sholl, after apeoding ii few days at home, left again for River side where he litis a good job. II. P, Hoot moved on Daniel Sholly's farm last week. The various Sunday Schools are getting ready for the annual Christ mas entertainments. W. W. Sholly purchased a new parlor organ. S. A. L. Strawser and W. Sholly spent Friday of last week in Sun bury seeing the .sights of the city. I. G. Seiler and Prof. Schroyer, two of Selinsgrove's crack gunners, were down here Suturday scaring our rabbits. Butcher S. B. Bruhaker found a darning needle (in a good condition) in the liver of a fat hog he killed a lew days ago. Poultry roosting on fences and trees should be sheltered now on ac count of the cold winds and the mB PERTINENT PERSONALS K..M. (in'u, of Lewlstown, Sunday in town. I"'1" Mrs. Rev. Bhambach visited her entsat Bannerville last week. u- John I, Kreeger left Wednesday for New Mexico in search of health. Henry Snook, Jr., of Penns Creek dropped i;i tu see us Wednesday of last week. llpiicns- W. A. Lutl and wife nf burg, visited her parents here the past week. Court opened on Monday. The full proceedings will be published next nek. j eier tvtgei, or. oi MiauiecreeK paui lis respects n 1 1 1 1- olhce TultrStluV of last week. Calvin Bauer of Globe Mills came tn M ii Ii I !i I " I I I:, I WeeU tn ulllui.fllui fnf fthe Post. Prof. A. A. Killlan, of VVutsontown, was a M kldlcliunc visitor Tuesday night. Mrs. Dr, 1.0 Barher, of Danville, i IvImIiii Mis- Amanda Wlttclimver in franklin. Mrs. Hattie Smith ami Mrs J. '. Hn-silmiT arc i-itin-i i datives near Isttburg, H, Miller, Jr. Kstj., of Sellnsgrove adea business call at thlsofiiceTliurs- If last w eek. lSx8horlif Alfred Speehl of Beaver- town was a MiddlchuiL' visitor Thurs day of I u cck. IjH. P. Charles of Port Titevi rton paid aVi-it to his iin, lalu in, ni this i.lace last Wednesday. iMrs. K. C. Walter, Ma-lcr l!av and Miss Laura Itnnklc, arc siicudimr Iwn tMf eCks in Philadelphia. Will M. Buyer, of. Port TrcvoxtouJ recently liad his pension Increased to $10 jht month. Gaprge Ruhn, of Kanta, Snyder Co. had his pension recently increased to $io per month. Mrs. J, .. Lumbard, of Sellnsgrove, and grand child, of Lowistown, visited Rev. McLaiu's last week. Mrs. C. C. Heebold and children Har ry and Eva and MisS Mabel Grimm, of Sunbury, spent Sunday in town, Mis. c. E. Bollg returned to her home in Wlnficld alter spending a month With her many friends at this place. I. II. Bowersox has returned from the hospital greatly Improved. VVe are pleased to see him In our midst again, J. Irvin Bailey of Pallas was a Mld dleburg visitor last Thursday. While here he made a pleasant call al thi- of fice. Lester (i. Smith, formerly ( this place, who had been the ticket agent al Elkius, w. Va., was transferred to Blaine, W. Va. Charles . Walter and wife, Geo. W. Basslngorand wife, Howard Folk and wife attended the funeral of a relative in New Berlin Saturday. H. H, Hassinger, w ho bad been as sistant cashier in the bank a! this place, hut was some time ago elected cashier of a new hank started in Ellzahethvillo, has Kiinc to I he latter place and assumed the duties of the office. The Editor acknowledges the receipt of a card announcing the marriage of Mary, daughter of John Sheets at Car sonvillc, Pa. to Albert II. Smith, Ed itor of the Ellzabethvllle Wo formerly Of this place. The Post extends frater nal congratulations. Samuel WittenmyerSr., of this place passed his ninety-second birth day Sun day and received the congratulations of a large number of friends. He is as hale and active as most men at seventy, his eyesight being the only faculty im paired. Unable to see well, he shaved himself before daylight with out the aid of a looking glass. He remarked, "If I feel as well ut one hundred as 1 do at ninety-two, I eould easily walk over Shade Mountain;" Then he jocu larly added, "Wish I eould seen little bettor, I'd take a rabbit hunt." No one can reasonably hone for good health unless bis bowels move once each dav. When this is not, nt. tended to. disorders of the stomach arise, biliousness, headache dvsnen sia and piles soon follow. If you wi sh to avoid these ailments keep your boweb regular by taking Chamber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when required. They are so easy to take and mild and senile in effect For sale at the Middleburg Drug Mrs. Biles Beaver, By ilio Globe Mllli Rerfrter. Mix. Ellen Beaver was horn Sept. 8, 1866, and died Dec. 1000. She was a daughter of Solomon and Nancy Hum- met, was married to Asaph Beaver, of New Berlin, June 21, 18S4. Unto this union was born - sons and 2 daughters, Murray B Oscar A., Main ! L. and Viola A father, mother, one sister, ami 3 brothers arc all living. 'This is the first death in the family of seven children, she being the oldest, aged I fi I years, muiilh-ami I ilay. nlie was a I long ami patient sutlcrcr from cancer In tliM stiiliuich. She was n kind anil iovlllir .ir .....i mdiiiirpnt mother. Her ninny friends extend their most heart- felt sympathy to the bereaved family. I'mn ral services were held III eihci's church Dee. lit. I lev. Suable officiated. Mis. Michael Hnckenburg. Ily tlic I'uxtouville Hsportor. Mrs. Mary .lane Hackenberg was born In franklin township, Snyder county, Pa., March 0, Ms, middled at her home in Paxtonville, Friday, 1'ic 7, WOO, aged years, 1) mouths, 1 day. She was the daughter nf Adam and Annie Waller, both of whom preceded ln r to the spirit world a number ol years ago. She had live brothers and three sisters, their names lieing as fel lows : John, Jerry, Adam. I a id, Jesse, Amelia, Elizabeth and Kate. Adam and Jesse died some years ngo. The deceased was married tn Michael Hackenberg, Feb. -I, lsuv, by Uev. Sliiudel. The union was blessed with nine children, two of W liolil 'Led 111 in fancy, namely Charlie and Alvip. The name of the remaining seven children arc Palmer E., of Millliuburg, Pa.; Ira A., of Bellevue, Ohio: Mrs. Annie M., niarried to A. A. Attlg, re siding at Itcnova, Pa.; John E., at Itcedsvllle, Pa.j Llst'.le E., liissic '. and Mamie E, living at home. ySbjagjaaa member of Hie ld Luther an church. She was sick nine weeks. Interment took place at Zioli's Monday amid a large throng of ieople. Rev. Aurand officiated. Mrs. Joseph Iti inui. By Hie I'nxtonvlllo Itoportor. The community was again shocked w hen the death of Mrs. Joseph Kroner was reported last Wednesday evening, she died after sullcrlug only one day of illness. Mrs. Loviua Bruner was born Dec. L(8th, 183(1, 111 Mlisscr's Valley, I miles east ofTrovelvllle. she was n,e daugh ter of Peter and Kate Blngainan. They both precedi d her to the spirit world a numher of years ago. The deceased's parents had nine chil dren, 7 girls and l! boys, one d'n d 111 in fancy. They raised BJ children, only one surviving. Mrs. Daniel Weirieh, ol Pnxtouvillc, Pa. Mrs. Bruner received catechetical In htructiolis 111 the Lutheran church un der Lev. Slilndel, and became a mem bar of thd church w hen about 18 years old. she was married to Joseph Brnnei Nov. 1(1, I860, by Itcv. Shindcl. She was the motlier of IH children, 12 of whom still survive, 0 hoys ami 0 girls; one boy (Peter) died In infancy. Fol lowing are the names and residences of the children : Isaac, living Oil the old Kern farm, a hall mile west ol faxtoil ville; Mrs .lames Stout, Paxtonville; John, whollvesal Shawervllle; Clara and .lane, residing mar New Berlin; James and Grant, 'animal, Pa.; Mag gie, living at Hat Lock, (.: Mrs. Win. Beachley, llvingat Paxtonville; Mercy, living at home; William, residing tit Pittsburg, and Jerome, near Bclleuve, Ohio. The deceased had 28 grandchil dren, -4 of whom survive. The funeral took place at the old Hassinger'B church Sunday, Dec. 0th. Uev. Seiner officiated. All the children were home to attend the funeral except Mrs. Prank Hassinger of Ohio. The family has th spmpathy of the entire community , and may peace re main with her ashes. The text for the funeral sermon was selected from First Corinthians, the loth chapter, and the 4- and 4:t verses. lion 10 lire Croup. Mr. B. Oray, who lives near Amenia ' Duchess countv.N.Y.. says: "Cham- berlain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used It is a i fine children s remedy for croup and never fails to cure ' wnen rivod as soon as the child becomes hoarse. or oven after the crounv coutrb has do veloped. it will prevent the attack. This should be borne in mind and a bottle of the Couch Remedy kept at band read v for Instant use as soon as these symptms appear. For Bale by MAY CHANGS HANDS, The Centre Mall Hotel to be s.iui i j. . Ruakle, J. W. Bunkle, of Mlddleburg, will likely become the proprietor of the Centre Hall Hotel. He and theprest nt ownVr, Wm. H. Bunkle, Jr., for the past few Week, Inive I tng in :ir. er together on terms, and the likelihood is that they uill finally make n deal. Landlord Ittmklc this morning, Thursday, went to Baltimore. His mis sion Istolisik fora suitable location for himself if he should si II the hotel prop erty here. Centre Hall Ke "-- T $100 Reward, $100 The readers ol tins p iper will ho pleased to leai u i hai there is at l :iht me dreaded disi use I tint seieuce has been able to eUre in all its stage! ind that is Catarrh. II ill's Cut hit h Cure is the ouly positive cure now Kuown to the medical fiaternity. Jatarrh being a cotihtitutiouiil di sease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actiii) directly no on the blood and eons s.irlae'es of the system, thereby ilestroiug the foundation cf the disease, and : ing the patient si n iu,'th by buildit e up the eoustitnl and assislitig' nature iu doint; it work. The pro prietors have rtti ii ueh faith its in uralive i OWoih. Ih .1 th v idler GlIH Hundred I) .liars fn IXHa t.Ubfc i fails to oun . s , d f( r list of tes timonials, All... F. J. CHEMiY CO , T Sold by d ru i ', t. 1 1 m1 Emu I' t Kcimciliin. Whereas a report has 1 eon lately c -lug the rounds thai II, (. Hornhci i r of Aline, Pa., and his v. ifc have attemp ted to uxtorl money from certain sheep buyers in a frau tilenl manner, v, hleh report has been circulated through im telling the story tn curtain partli and 111:1c 1 iiisciim ... , :i 1 I'M il'ta were eiitireK- lulun ii.m best of my knowle ';:e arid ilie-er.W make this report to the public injustice to the aggrieved hereby retract all which I havesa d. John Bkimch, 1 2-13-3 1. David City, Neb , Api il I, P) 10 Genesee Pure Food Co. Le Jiuv N. Y.i Gentlemen: 1 mu I say in regard to GRAIN U that there is nothing In tti r 01 healthier. We have usi d it for years. My brother was a ureal coffee drinker, lie was taken sick and the doctor said coflee was the cause of it, and told US to use GRAIN 0. We got a package but did not like it at lirst, but now would not be without it. My broih- 1 r has been well ever since he tai t ed to use it. Vours t ruly, Lti.t.n: Sochob. . . A 'I hlng 01 Beauty. One of the daintiest pictures possible 0 Imagine will lie given free to every cader of the great "Philadelphia Sun ay Press" nest Sunday, December 10. t is entitled "The young Mother," and -the masterpiece of Miss Maud Stiimm. It is the second of a series of reproduc- lonsof irrcat paintings which arelieing issued by "The Sunday Press," and is lertain to create a sensation. The leant v of the subject and 1 h lorillg ender this picture peculiarly altrae Ive. 1 1 will he well t 'tier nei "Sun- lay's Press" to-dav. FREE ill IIABQB. Any adult suffering from a cold set ed on the breast, bronchitis, throat r Iiiiik troubles of any nature, who will call at Mlddleburg Drug Store- 11 be presented wth a sample bote tie of Bosobefc s (ieruian twrnp, ne. ofenartje. ( inly one Imt t le iven to nne person, anil none nt cliililcn w it II- nit order from parents. No throat or lum; remedy ever had BUOh a sale as Uoschce 8 tierinau Syrup iu parts of the civili.cd world. t wenty years ao uiillmus ot ooiues were niveu away and your ilrulstH will tell you its si ccess was marvel ous. It is reaitv ttie omy turoatana Long Remedy generally endorsed by physicians. One 78o cent bottle will ciir nr nrove its Value. Sold hy deal ers in ailolvlllled countries. Get (Jreen's Prize Almauac. Wit AM WAtl feel that life is bardlv worth the oandle take a dose of Chamberlain s btomacli anil Jiiver Tablets. They will cleanse your stomach, tone up your liver and re ijulate your bowels maains you ieet like a new man. For sale by the MiddleburK Drug uo. Just received from New York and Philadelphia Tailor-made Suits, Coats, Capes, Reefers, Collarettes, Hats and a. new line of Fancy Holiday Goods, Collars, Cull's, Shirts and Neckwear. Call and see whether you buy or not. Mits. K. C. Aukanu. sleep walkers. store. the Mlddleburg Drug Store.