Clipped From The Delta Herald
citizens Just are new this Improvements B. The track steel is about Bryansville, patent improvement tin make of a*ersof make roadbed. popularity the In of K. W Â·re the Death. Last Monday afternoon John Miller^ of township, was found in a dying on the powder mill road about miles south of York. He lived only few minutes after being found. Coroner Spangler, of York, was notified, who an inquest with the following jury C. E. Moore, Jacob Rouse. John Reuben Doll, Joseph Keisei', and William P. Frayley. Isaac Goodman testified that on bis York he saw a two mule team standing the road, and about fifty feet farther the body of a man lying in the road. examination he found the man was alive but breathing slowly and hard. person passed along also stopped E. W. Brickley then happened to along, and stopped and examined the maÂ». He told them to get some whiskey if possible, or if not sorrie water. anv remedy could be applied, how and in about three minutes after first saw him the maa died. other witnesses were examined of them recognizing the man as John of Hopewell township, aged between .V and 00 years, who resided about miles from Muddy Creek Forks. A post mortem examination was held Dr. Brickley and Coroner Spangler, after which t'hc following verdict was rendered by the jury : "That John Miller came to his death rupture of the heart, the rcsr.lt of applied to the left side of the chest. is the opinion of the jury that the Miller fell from the wagon, striking hard substance sufficiently to produce death." Four ribs were broken by the fall. Miller was a German from Bavaria and on his person at the time of his in money, two open faced silver memorandum book, pocket knife, a pipe and some papers. He was having buried his wife about ago. lie was In apparent good when he left York and was a steady habits. He had taken a load to York on Monday, which he sold to Lancaster patties. M.