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slgnment of envelopes
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we secured a rock bottom
figure. Send for samples
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MEDDLEBUEGH SNTDER COUNTY WJNA. JUNE 12 1902
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urt continued In session last week
Friday trying several peuy civil
Limber of Middleburgers atteuded
ler Main's show ut Suubury last
tNTl;it School teacher as agents
Labia Hook Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
pou Wanted. A good cook is
Ltwi for a hotel. Write for Inform-
t0 41H Market St., lierrtsuurg, ra.
heT.'Jliublicau State Cnnveutiou is
lou iu Harrisburg this week. A
uber of Republicans from Snyder
juty are present.
11 on A. E. rioies lu uu new u-
nd Imir cutting parlor for your
L cleaned with a refreshing shant-
mid a clean towel to each patron
the north side of Market square op-
ite Central Hotel. Satisfaction guar-
he Huntingdon county Republicans
cotmiluiuiug of recent arrivals in
lircouuty trying to run the party and
late to older workers. Fulton couu-
Beuublicaus are complaining of
same diseases but a couple good
m Will lower men wimreinium nv
Uk their cranium.
Fohkmas Wanted. A competent,
around printer, capable of taking
Lrgeofthe mechanical department
this ofilce is wanted: to begin worn
!v 1st. Wages according to ability
plioants should state lull quaunca-
i, sample or work, etc Aaaress,
The Post, Middleburgh, Pa.
bia editor of the Post is indebted to
illiani H. Shlndel, son of Prothono-
U Geo. M. Shindel of this place, for
invitation to attend tne graduating
ereises of Lafayette College at Eas-
, Wednesday morning, June 18th,
(02. at 9 A. M. We congratulate our
bung friend upon his completion of
polleciate course and wish him
undaiit success in life.
We will send the value of one dollar
d ten cents (1.10) in booklet, con-
tilling twenty-seven pen and ink
lotoredueed sketches of Washington
ife by mail for ten cents (cash or
Mints). Queen Victoria Knigutsbir
UiuTeuuiel for similar artistic work
Loudon, (your editor has samples of
Xutshk.ll Pi;ni,isniXG Company,
JSMt. 1959 Third Ave., New York
A sharper was through the northren
sit of Franklin and Perry counties a
w ditys ago selling packages of writing
qwand envelopes for a dollar a pack
L-e. He to u ins unsuspecting fus
iliers that there was a dollar bill iu
,alf the iiackaircs lie carried, when he
ickid or allowed a custimor to take
ut n package on free trial, they were
ure to have money in them, but he
iied them himself. One of the per-
k'tw lie attempted to lleece detected his
Iraine, which was done by sticking the
kh in a small roll betweenh is fingers
Impure Drlnkliiic Wntrr
is always a source of danger ; dysentery
snd howel troublw follow its use, every
ptTsoii should have handy a bottle of
'ainkiller (Perry Davis), which will
luit kly cure these distressing ailments.
Be eareful and see that the storekeeper
does not pawu off some worthless sub
stitute upon you as Is sometimes done
fur the sake of a few cente extra prollt,
Large bottles 25c and 50c.
REDUCLD RATES TO DENVER, COL
0RA.DO SPRINGS. AND PUEBLO.
Tin Pnnylvial llillrtMttl, Arrannt
Trlrnnlnl Convrnlluti. Inittrnntlomu
On account of the Triennial Conven
Un of the International Sunday-school
Aviation, to be held at Denver,
Colorado, June 2 U July 2, the Penn
lviinia Railroad Company will sell ex
cursion tickets te Denver, Colorado
Springs, or Pueblo, Col., from all sta
tions on Its lines, at rate of single fure
tor the round trip. Tickets will be sold
and good going on June 21 to 23, and
lll be good to return leaving Denver,
Colorado Springs, or Puoblo not later
tan August SI. Tickets must be vali
dated for return passage by Joint Agent
i any or the auove-meuiioiiea poiuw
h.i ou rervwB m " m'"m I
For sfttclfio ratea and conditions, ap. I
Ply to ticket Bjranta.
Cntral PtauylvaaU CllttCaaMMMaS
New Btrlla, Pi.
WEDNESDAY TO MONDAY, JUNK 1S-23
, ' FRIDAY, JUNE 20.
1 7:30 P. M. Anniversary of the Neo
cosmlan Literary Society,
8ATCKDAY, JUNE 21. .
7:30 P. M. Anniversary of the Excel
sior Literary Society, Col
SUNDAY, J t'NR 22.
10:30 A. M. Baccalaureate Sermon by
President A. E. Gobble,
United Ev. Church.
5:30 P. M. Y. M. C. A. Farewell Ser
vice, College Chapel.
7:30 P. M. Annual Sermon before the
College Y. M. C. A. by
Rev. John F. Dun lap,
Lock Haven, United Ev
MONDAY, JUNK 23.
7:30 P. M. Junior Entertainment,
TUESDAY, JUNE 24.
9:00 A. M. Annual Meeting of the
Board of Trustees, Presi
3:00 P.M. Tennis Touruameut. Cam
8:00 P. M. Address before the Liter
ary Societies by Hon. J.
M. Woods, Lewistown,
Pa., College Chapel,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25.
0:30 Annual Meeting of the Alumni
Association, College Cua
2i00 noon. Alumni Dinner, Music
8:00 P. M. Address before the Almnu
v by Pres. J. D. Woodrhig,
THURSDAY, JUNE 20.
0.-00 A.M. Conim 'ncenieiit, College
8:00 P. M. Reception to the Gradual
ing class by President mid
Mrs. Gobble, at their res!
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Table's
All drugglste refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
on each box. 25o
A Successful Young Man.
Rotert Laudenlager of Pilger, Neb
Is enjoying a visit to friends in Snyder
County. About five years ago he left
his home in Penn township, having
been compelled to borrow $8.00 to se
cure money enough to make the trip to
Nebraska. By industry and persever
ance he forged his way to the front
He followed the carpenter trade and
to-day he owns property at Pilger
worth several thousand dollars. While
iu town lust Friday he called at this
ofilce. "Bob" is quite a young man
yet and we are glad to note his great
success in his new home and we wish
him a continuation of his success. This
is simply an example of what a young
man can do, and the example is worth
trying by others.
Essay on the Mouth.
Ill a town up the country a boy was
required by the teacher to write an es
say on the mouth, and this is what he
"The mouth is the front door of the
fuce. It is the aperture to the cold
storage of our anatomy. It is the hot
bed of toothache and the bunghole of
oratory. The mouth is the crimson
road to the river; it is the fountain of
patriotism and the tool chest for pie.
Without mouth the politician would
be a wanderer on the face of the earth,
and go down to n dishonorable grave.
It Is the grocer's friend and the dent
ist's hope. It is the temptation lunch
counter when attached to a pretty
girl, and tobacco fiend when attached
to a man."
After May 31, 1002, we will sell you
Puro Rye Whiskey at f 1.75, per gallon
or 50 cents a quart.
6-2U-3L J. L. Marks.
Old Copies of the Post Waatcd.
While the subscribers or the Post are
hunting up their old newspapers, they
might look for the copies of the Post
that are missing from our files. We
will pay liberally for a copy of each of
the following dates :
July 8, Sept. 6, 1800; Apr. 6, Oct. 13,
1870; Jan. 26, 1871; Apr. 17, 1873; Nov.
4, Dec. 23, 1875; Mar. 7, 1878; May 15,
1870; March 10, May 5, 1871; April 26.
. m An 1 C fL OA 1 0H J .
Sept. 17, Dec 8, 10, 17,24, 1885; Jan. 28
May 8, Oct. 18, uec. sj, iwe, uee. a,
P; iffERTI KlrrERSONArjg
W. H. Grimm of Freeburg was in
town Satu rday.
N. A. Bowes and wife are the huppy
parents of a new boy.
J A. Duck of Lewistown spent
Sunday iu town with friends.
Miss Alice Haines of Beavertown
spent last week iu this place.
W. E. Stahluicker and wife of Boa ver
Springs were in town Saturday night.
Mrs. E. M. Greene and sou of Lewis-
town are visiting her father and family.
Miss Carrie Hass of Shamoklu is
visiting her uucle, J. W. Ruukle, and
Miss Jennie Smith of this place spent
part of Saturday and Sunday at
Moy er and Mary Meiser of Thompson-
town are visiting (heir uncles and auuts
in this place.
Charles lleiuier and Margaret Him.
mclrich of Alitllinburg passed through
town last Friday.
Miss Bessie Mover spent a few days
visltiug her uucle, Chas. A. Meiser, at
Rev. Fred Aurand and wife of Millliu-
burg spent Sunday with Mrs. E. C.
Aurand at this place.
Miss Miriam Buchmau has gone to
Lewistown to make her home with
Joseph Clelan and wife.
G. C. Gutelius attended the G. A. R.
encampment as delegate from Capt,
Kyuu Post lust week.
Miss Cora Enterliue of Riverside hat
been visiting friends and relatives here
for the post two weeks. '
Misses Lulu Smith, Lottie Crouse, and
Jesse Shambach are attending Teach
era' Normal school at Freeburg. '
J. Howard Arbogast and wife calfed
on F.S. Riegle and wife Saturday tosee
her sick sister, Anna Arbogast.
Mrs. Samuel Feller, 1315 Pasoe,
Kansas City, Mo., s(ent several days
with A. M. (iai iuau and wife the latter
part of lust week. : . I?
D. A. Kern lias removed the old build
ing between his residence and that of
his mother ami will erect a modern
Duubernian ami Hummel of Kratzer
ville drilled a sixty-foot well for A. E.
8oles and struck soft wuter. This is an
unusual occurrence to mid soft witter
in this neighborhood.
W. W. Wittemnycr lias been selected
us one of the jurors for the Supreme
court that meets in Williamsport June
23rd. Helms abandoned his proposed
western trip for the present.
John A. Kelley of Butl'ulo township.
Union county, wus tit Middlelmrg
Wednesday of last week. Mr. Kelley
is one of Union county's staunch Dem
ocrats mid he came over to Snyder
county to get some choice buckwlieut.
Mary had a little luniii ;
It followed her to church,
And there it stood around outside,
Like an owl upon a perch.
'Why don't the lamb come in ? "
The watchful people cried ;
"Why, Mary told the silly thing
To wait for her outside."
So you, each gentle maiden
May one and all still find,
Some sheep head waiting near the door,
I f you admire that kind.
Zlnr and Urlndlng Make
Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint wear twice
as long as lead and oil mlxedby hand
The baking powder fraud who skip
ped from Milton last week after vlc-
tlini.lng ieople hereabouts to the
amount of about seventy dollars, did
quite a land ofilce business at the coun
ty seat, where the sties of baking pow
der amounted to over three hundred
dollars. At his room lu the hotel where
he stopped two hundred photographs
were found that he had collected from
his victims promising to furnish them
with frames. Here he went a little
further he contracted for the frames
and they were made and were ready
for delivery. The fellow is a first-class
fraud and the publlo are cautioned a
galnst having anything to do wltn his
scheme. Milton Standard. ,
im IM mm4 Wm Ji Cld
Laxative Brouio-Quiulne Tableuv eon
a old in a day. No cure, no pay. Prioe
25 eents. -if
- X0BRT PROCEEDINGS.
Court . opened Monday morning,
June 2,2m; al 11A.M., Hon. H. M.
McClua. PmkUnt Judge, and As
sociate Z. T. Gemberllng and P. F.
Riegal Ca thebench.
The grand Jury was discharged, ther
being no cases 4b be presented to them.
Th oawUbha were eworu and re-
J. O. Berger, Iylnue Keeler, Wnt.
Hummel and A. C. Gemberllng were
In reJoiat county bridge over Ma-
hantongo Creek la Chapman twp.,
Snyder pauuty, and Susquehanna
township, Juniata county, the Inspec
tors' report waa approved.
In re-countr bridge over Wissahlek-
en Creek in Washington township, In
spectors' report waa approved.
8t. John's Reformed church of Mt.
Pleasant Mills, application for charter
waa approved by the court.
Ia the matter of a new school house
at Kreamer, on motion of M. I. Potter,
the appointment of Jacob Gilliert,
Esq , as Inspector, Is enlarged to next
term of court.
j OKPHANH' COfKT.
A petition for order of sale In the es
tate ' of Albert B. Long, dee'd, was
granted. ; -
In the petition of Mary R. F. Miller,
minor child of A. Amanda Miller, for
the appointment of a guardiau, H. D.
Schhure was appointed.
In thefcetltlon of Minnie S., Win.
A. Mary ., and Bertha M. Saner,
minor children of C. A. Sauer, for the
appointment of a guardian, W. F. Han
dera was appointed. . ,
Intheaatate ef Isaac Baker, dee'd,
return to order of sale Was con Armed
In the estate of John Fry, dee'd, alias
order ofteaJe was awarded as to tracts
Noa. 1, 4 and 6, returnable to next
In the' petition ot Henry 8 warm,
admr. Lrrnordsrofsalefor the pay
ment of debts in the estate of Susan I
Swarm, dee'd, was ordered as prayed
I u the estate of Sarah Haupt, dee'd,
return to order of sale wnsjcou firmed
nl. si. , , :
Report of Al W. Potter, auditor in
the estate of (ieo. Etzler, dee'd, the re
port was continued ni. si.
In the estate of Catharine Uishel,
dee'd, the petition for order of sale for
the payment of debts way granted us
Widows' appraisements and adinins
trators', executors' and guardians' ac
counts as advertised were all continued
In the estate of Sum'1 Bowersox, late
of Franklin township, dee'd, petition
of O. A. Bowersox for final discharge
of trustees under the will of said de
cedent and conveyance of real estate
by present trustees to said i. A. Row.
sox, wss granted as prayed for.
Chas. P. Ulrich was appointed audi
tor to distribute funds in the hands of
Win. Housewortli, admr. of Margaret
B. Moyer, late of Selinsgrnvc.
In the case of the Commonwealth vs.
Duvid Hane, Snyder county U direct
edtopay all costs, defendant being
In the matter of the report of re-view-ers
of public road at Kreamer, Middle
creek township, continued absolute.
In re-school board of Centre town
ship, opinion of court tiled und report
of inspector con timed.
Ida O. Nagle was granted a divorce
from her husband, Klmer W. Nuglc
In the matter of the report of view
ers to view bridge site in Middleourg,
bridge refused and report of viewsrs
confirmed ni. si.
In the matter of the report of view
eis to lay out public road in Monroe
township, confirmed ni. si., road to
be opened 33 feet wide except where
bridging and digging Is necessary and
there 10 J feet wide.
In the matter of the report of viewers
to lay out public road in Franklin and
Beaver townships, report confirmed
ni. si., road to be opened 33 feet wide
except where brklgmg and digging is
necessary and there 16) feet wide.
Alias subpoena in divorce was award
ed Vinre E. Strawser vs. Peter L.
Strawser returnable sec. leg.
In the matter of the rejwrt of viewers
to lay out public road in West Perry
township, report confirmed ni. si
road to be opened 33 feet -wide except
where bridging and digging is neces
sary and there 10J feet wide. i
Petition of citizens of Centre tjwn-
ship, for viewers for bridge site was
filed and J. E. Baker, W. B. Wood
ling and Chas. A. Farleman were ap
Petition for viewers to view and lay
out In West Beaver Twp., was filed
and (1. A. Botdorf, Ellas Minium and
H. R. Tobias were appointed viewers.
Sarah Fester vs. Henry Boyer. FJect
nietit. The Jury rendered a verdict in
favor of the plain tin" for lauds in dis
pute 6 cents costs and 6 ceuts damage.
Jacob F. Dock vs. John K. Hughes,
ex. etc., assumpsit, the jury rendered a
verdict in favor of plaintiff for $136.63.
David Heiutzelmau vs. Howard Leit-
ael, trespass, case continued ut costs of
Philip Straub vs. Kinsnuel Zechman,
appeal. Thejury rendered a verdict
for plaintiff for three dollars.
Samuel C. Bingaman vs. John Mohn,
et. a), trespass. Verdict in favor of
plaintiff for $'8.42.
Sheriff Row acknowledged deeds to
RiueA- Urayblll, for IW acres of land,
sold as the property of Daniel tenner
in Vet.t Perry township, and deed to
A. W. Potter for life interestor courtesy
in tract of land in Jackson township,
sold as proKrty of Win. Martin.
Court adjourned Friday to July 8,
1802, date fixed for argument court.
Jamk.s (1. Ckocsk, Reporter.
Mrs. Uriel Bachman.
Harriet Housewortli, daughter of
John and Elizabeth (Miller) House-
worth, was Ixirn In Hellnsgrove Jan.
10, 181H, and was married to Israel
Bachman, (son of Bachman and his
wife who was a Miss Hwineford,) and
died Friday, June 6th, l!H2, aged 86
years. Her husltand, Israel, was born
Feb. , 1813 and died Dec. tl, 1W. To
this union were born five children as
1. John H., horn April 10, 141,
married to Kate Baertges, to whom one
child was born w ho died at the age of
12 years. John died several years ago.
2. Henry, born Jan. 17, 1843, mar
ried Belinda Fry iud second Mary
Smith, both of whom are dead. A
child was born to the first marriage
and died at the age of live years. Three
daughters and one son were born to the
second marriage. One daughter is dead.
3. Benjamin, born Muy 3, l.M.',
married Emma L. Bolender. One
daughter, Carrie, married to A. .
Lutz of Shippeiisburg.
Newton S., born Oct. ls4'.i, married
Amelia C. Bolender. There are two
children, Lester ('., married Anna
Reiininger, and Mabel, who resides ut
home. The former had two children,
one of whom is dead.
Franklin, Isirn Nov. 11, ls.'t,
married Selindu Smith. Four children,
two sons, William and (icorgc, ami
two daughters, Carrie and Florence.
The only surviving sister of the de
ceased is Mrs. John Stahley of Sellns
grove and she was too sick to attend
the funeral which was held Monday lu
Reformed church, conducted by Rev.
S. S. Kohler.
Mrs. Ruclimau's grandfather came
from (lermaiiy and her father had a
large family of sons und daughters.
Deceased was sick for nine weeks
from a stroke tif apoplexy and for the
last three weeks she could take neither
I'riuinylVHiilH ItnllroiMl H-luo-l Itnlen
lu Mlnllf upollx. A ll ll I .mlonal
t'.iluciillou Anviii-IiiI Ion's A ii n ll ill Meet
Iiir. On account of the National Educa
tion Association's Annual Meeting, ut
Minneapolis, Minn., July 7 to 11, the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company will
sell excursion tickets from ull stations
on Its lines July 4 to (i, good to return
not earlier than July 8, and not litter
than July 14, at rate of single fare for
the round trip, plus $2.00. I hese tick
ets will be good for return passage only
when executed by Joint Agent at
Minneanolis and payment of 25 cents
made for this service. By depositing
ticket with Joint Agent not earlier
than July 8 nor later than July 14, and
payment of 50 cents at time of deposit,
an extension of return limit may be
obtained to leave Minneapolis not later
than September 1
For specific rates and conditions, ap
ply to ticket agents.
Even Ntole Uroann
under the torment of neuralgia, when
every nerve in face or limb throlis and
Jumps. Philosophy cannot endure this
agony but Perry Davis' raiiiKiner re
lieves It. Bathe the affected parts
freelYi keep them warm and donot ex-
man vourself to cold aud dampness,
kfAdtcAl science marches right along,
1 but it has not round tne equal oi ram-
Killer in me ireauucun ui uouibiji
Headquarters of Grand Army of the Republic
Minneapolis, Minn., May 17th, l!K)2.
Special order, No. 1.
I. Pursuant to a commendable cus
tom estahlit-hed In many stales of the
Union and at the request of Comrade
Allan C. Hake well, Chief-aide, lu
charge of Military Instruction and Pa
triotic Education in schools, It is re
commended that all nienilters of the
( t rand Army of the Republic oWrve
Saturday, June 14th, I'.xrj, the anni
versary of the birth of our ting by de
corating their homes and places of bus
iness with the stars and strip, the
emblem of our country, and encourage
their ncightiors to do the same.
II. Department commanders will
proniulate this sHt-ial order without
delay and add their influence with the
press and all public ntllcials to make
the day honorable by reason of the
secial reverence and respect manifest
ed by our fellow-citizens for the Unite!
By order of
Eli. Tokkam k,
Silas H. Fow lkk,
( Headquarters Depart
Special orders, ment of Pennsylvania
No. 66. "I Oram! Armv of
Philadelphia, , ''A, 1302.
I. Incompliance with directions from
the Commander-in-Chief, the follow
Ingspeeial order is hereby promulaied :
, Post comniauders are urged to ue
their influence iu their communities to
have Flag Day, June 14th, observed by
a display of our beautiful "Emblem of
By command of Levi ((. McCuulev,
Chits. F. Kennedy, Asst. Adj. (iell'l.
Hd. (irs. Capt. Ryan Tost, 364. Dept.
Ph., f. A. R., Middleburg, June!), W2.
The recommendation- in the fore
going orders should be sUtVlejent, and
we would only add thereto our full en
dorsement to the same, urging the
members of the (i. A. It. in our juris
diction, as well us all our old soldiers,
citi.tns and l.iisiness men, on next
Saturday, to unfurl to the breeze the
folds of "Old Olory," and show to the
world our love ami devotion to that
emblem which stands for so much in
the history of our country. Hangout
Jsn, Y. Shinmx, Cainmander.
(i. (.', (it'TKi.irs, Adjutant.
THANKS. At a regular meet ing of
('apt. Hyun 1'ost, No. i. A. II., it
was resolved that the thanks of the
Post lire due ami hereby tendered to all
who in any way assisted iu our me
morial services on last May .'With, with
especial mention of llev. W. K. Diehl,
and the Lutheran choir, l'rof. A. R.
(iilbert, Wm. Zimmerman and the 1'.
(). S. of A. and Sunday schools, and
Stetler's Cornet Rand, also to the pub
lishers of the Post oi.il "News" for the
use of their columns.
MAKltlED. May 16th, at U. B. par
sonage, Port Treverton , by Rev. S. (1.
Seilhamer, Irvin J. Bailey of Pallas
and Miss Jennie E. Buyer of Freeburg.
Locusts Swarm Near Lewistown.
The seventeen-year locusts made their
first appearance at Lewistown during
the last two days. Coming out of the
earth in the evening In large swarms,
they shed their shells during the night
and are ready for business In the morn
ing. A continual hum-hum like that
of swarming bees can bo heard for
miles, and millions of them haye
gathered iu the orchard. In a few duys
all the young fruit trees will either be ,
killed outright or badly mutilated.
BARK WASTED. We will pay thw
highest cash price for bark delivered In
ti. Middleburo Lkatjier Mfq Co
Wllmer and Bryce Harter of Sunbury
are spending this week with their
uncle, Dr. J. W. Orwlg.