Lebanon Semi Weekly News in Lebanon, Pennsylvania 27 Apr 1896
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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - April 27, 1896, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
April Hilbisk held common agent for pit Tom mar the Light mint Snow nut kit u Maul u at tace rate cation i Tom All mrs Rajat Lete Budner All Mim be addressed u Tot t count it All Rajat in to or Mitten our Obilt Kiwi at m Smth Bleb i in to the Dilt Kiwi us vol april subscription Price per Weaver town april extra Fine weather last week and part of this week was the banners Elory and they hastened with All possible Speed to their Oats out and they a great Many have also planted their the new grass Fields look Good but the Clover is froze out of most of the old the wheat in general does not look very but a few Here and there look the warm Sun has brought out Many dandelion Flowers and those who cons not find the Weed can do so now by yellow Nicholas Scholl and a Derr helped Samuel near to build a Lime this they were gone three be Cicley is Down with a severe attack of the Dora who was afflicted with the Haa been invited to preach at the consecration of a cemetery at Schaeffert May at Berg Eseny on ascension of Albright collegiate will preach inc be reformed Church on sunday evening in the absence of the gon of the v political been Allcan primaries will be held on june Henry of subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon of subject to the Republican of Leb anon it for sen of fourth to the Republican primaries of Leb anon for county Emanuel of Bethel subject to the Republican primaries of Leb Anoli county Elias of subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon John of Swatara subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon 40kok county Geci oud subject to the Ite publican primaries of Leb anon county James Reb Elili of t m in i during rep Bulkan primaries of Leb subject to the anon county of Swatara subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon in Able to sit up there Are several cases in Rebecca who has her Home with her had a stroke of apoplexy last saturday her left ride was paralysed but she has almost re she is aged about 65 years and is a very Stout the Day preceding the attack she worked in the Garden and overheated which no doubt was the cause of her Frank of commenced to work in the Acme shirt and boards with his at this Calvin of a Moulder in Stoever struck his hand with a Iii acting a painful wound and incapacitating him from he spent a few Days with the family of Stephen his father of a Nursery who sold quite a number of fruit Trees and flowering delivered them this our Only expert Trout Fisherman feels very Blue Over the idea that he must stay at Home anal could not try his Luck yet he says Ich mus Evva Arelt leu a Tzu Derma we Frnnk Gin mid a Radla be Ich Forrello Tonga on Sukdav while the implement of and his wife were on their Way to services in Royers meeting their horse choked and fell to the lae of the shafts of the buggy was broken into three a bought from a of Lancaster was dded to the live Stock on the farm of tenanted by James during the Thunder storm on to evening a flock of wild geese became it is by the vivid flashes of and were entirely some were fluttering on the ground anal others dashed about not knowing which Way to and All the time kept up an almost weird Heckley made a business trip to Lebanon on the Stone Uurry of Fisher East of which was Idle for a jut a resumed operations with a fall Force on monday on sunday evening will a Sermon in the English language on the unspeakable the Christian Endeavor society and Aid society of the reformed cd Orch offered resolutions of respect on the death of Albert John aged about so Yea died at fruit and ornamental of had his annual Spring delivery of at the Zion hotel last the Advance putting no the of Bills of Barnum Baileys show passed through our Village and put up the big flaring Bills on the John bad the tract to paint the dwelling House of county of heir Eikeri a member of with subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon Taoh county John of Londonderry Sab oct to the Uei Mulican primaries of leh Anou county William of Mortti Lebanon in to in subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon a wok fifth subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon Ulrich of North Londonderry subject to the Republican primaries of leh anon Edward of Union late a member of 1tth subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon Cyrus of subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon first subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon m of North subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon Franklin first in 03rd Dur Inette was wounded in a Battle near and is otherwise Dit subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon Frank of Mil Lansek subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon George m of Jackson a object to the Republican primaries of Leb anon four months old son of George and Annie Oxenreider Inee Snyder was interred in the lutheran monday 1uder taker Herr had miss Kmita 41 re siding for several years with Daniel near Cross was interred in the lutheran tuesday Loni Orfi Leoree of Nad George Toudt and Joel Mengel spent several Days with Benneville in Maiden a severe ram and Hail storm passed Over this Section tuesday but no serious Diin More every thing was and the air is candidate for county of called on our poli candidate for county has selected Jared Hin of this and of As Hie misses Alice Derr and Clara wife and g 1rich and Keeney were in read Iriah Scholl left a few Davs ago to re sume Coatine and took has boat up to Pottsville to have it Ridrich and of were guests of Batz and county superintendent tech Ian was in looking after his interests for a he has Many warm supporters who with will undoubtedly get the majority of the school directors of this Dis Ambrose Scholl and Harry Kline left for where the formers boat was quartered during the to take it up to to have it a great Deal of interest is manifested in the coming Campaign for the selection of a member of conjure is from this coun the majority of the electors in the District desire to have a suitable Man from the county As the cite had the Lions share of the spoils Long Buffalo Springs the Home of his on South College of infirmities of old he is survived by the Fol lowing children John Aaron Henry and Peter the funeral will take place on wednes with services in the reformed Church and interment at Hope Cem of Tulpehocken reformed will Adam Behney is funeral a literary and musical entertainment will be rendered by the teachers and pupils of the different schools in on Friday May in the High school the invitations have been issued for the grand May party which will be Given by of the Academy and on Friday May in Keystone Joseph one of our oldest Citi is confined to the Honee with sick Gass returned from Maryland a candidate for the was inspecting his fences in the West end of the a number of our Yonng folks have received invitations for the sociable at on saturday on sunday evening the Mission band of the Church will have an enter an excellent program is pre pared for the l Ger Warren Kelchner and Amelia Donough were in Lebanon on april who accompanied Gonser and family to Harrisburg last tuesday received a letter from stating that they arrived at their Point of destination with their Corpse on wednesday the funeral took place the following eldest who was quite ill before they started not improve on the Way and is now con fined to bed with it is not yet known How the Case will Berg principal of the Albright collegiate filled the pulpit of the reformed Church on sunday he chose for his text the Beautiful words found in exodus 3 2 and Hie Sermon abounded with Many Beautiful who is Well known in the Community As a delighted the audience with one of his soul inspiring Lebanon Classis will meet Here on 11 and remain in session three or four Twenty two ministers and As county Michael fourth subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon John third april recent rain that we have had in this Vicinity has refreshed All that needed it cheered the Farmer who for a Long time was look ing for this since the rain everything is in a growing the grass looks so Beautiful and Green that it is noticed to be Good by the who Delight to craze even among the grass is a Dainty Plant that persons themselves like to it is that Dainty the after the rain has lifted up Ite head and soon its tiny blossoms will come Forth and Spring no into what is known As the dandelion the most Beautiful of Al though it is too common to be looked at by Many now is the time of the year when everything is All kinds of business Are renewed with Many elders will be the ladies missionary society will hold a session on thursday of same on saturday at o Landis and Lizzie Hartman were married by the proom was for Many years one of Jacksons most successful school teachers but at present is engaged in the Bride is also Well having conducted a grocery store on East main both have Many All of whom wish them a Happy and useful immediately after the ceremony the Happy couple left on an extended wedding in their return they will reside South of the Groom has a Fine truck the women Relief corps will Render the the preachers in Good will Hall in the near Harry mover and wife on sunday visited at Moyer has secured a position As manager of a Large bakery at Reading and As he is an experienced Baker we feel confident that nothing but Success will Crown his new the be Street railway compact have issued new fares in the Way of a Small Book containing 100 it is very Handy for the conductor and Pas Senger and is meeting with the approval of the Price is four dollars and can be obtained at the general Boltz and family on saturday at tended the funeral of Christian at Boltz was a daughter of the Holtzm Anand had been confined to the House with sick Are the Phillips concert company will shortly leave on their annual tour through the new features have been added to their already Large num most noticeable however Are miss the 4year old daughter of the who will Delight the audience with her songs and Graceful dancing and the other one miss the girl who is quite proficient ii the they must be seen to be Apreci Blantz and Shultz and Getz and misses Rosa and Beckie of were the guests of Hibshman on Walter Levi misses Emma and Sallie of spent sunday in Immel and Phillip Tice on Henry adjoining the occupied by David Rittle is fixing up his prop lately bought of the Houtz giving the House a coat of and when finished will give it a different appearance and a pleasant some sixteen persons employed by the transit Oil company put no the new poles along the Telegraph line last they were stopping at the it Zion for Sev eral John k of candidate for clerk of the orphans and Edward of Union Candi Date for were in our town Hist week looking up Farmers Are done Oats seeding and Are about commencing planting Corn and wife and were in purchasing Spring and summer is kept quite Busy in his shop near the Martin Peifer employed at lights saw Mill near who met with a painful Accident last is unable to miss Cora a six Earold Daugh Ter of William met with a painful Accident by getting her fingers in the wheel of a Corn lacerating several of them Grumbine was called and dressed the measles have made their appearance among the children in several in of father of John of and will be buried on near George aged 84 died at the residence of William Hoffman near and will be buried on thursday at Zoars lutheran Church Giesz Jacob Ger of funeral Springville april Hiram Frantz and wife were guests of of Spitler and of were guests of Ezra Seibert Over Jacob Ziegler is engaged in erecting a new barn in place of the one that burned Down on Xmas student of the Kutztown Normal school and member of the senior is at Home on a Mary an employee in Leba is on a visit to her Jared Klopp and miss Almeda Klopp was the guest of Ion at salems on 247 partook of the lords sup per including 21 new which he confirmed on saturday and Morris of Ham visited Here on last tuesday candidate for Congress and will both of accompanied by l Kline and Billy of Millers canvassed our township and selected two delegates for on Friday of also candidate for canvassed oar they both claim the As Well As who is also a it can not be the office seek the but three men seek the and John Blecher were in Pinegrove on sunday visiting who is Lacob Krill is this week engaged in cutting Corn fodder for the Farmers in our prot Thomas died last week at the Home of his Bat near funeral services were held at the House in the English interment at salems deceased for a Long time resided in Millersburg where he had charge of the grammar school and was one of the Best teachers we he moved to Lebanon eight or nine years ago where he was employed As this Spring he removed with his Sonin from Lebanon to near his wife was a sister to miss Maria proprietress of the Eagle she preceded him in death some Twenty years William Eon of of at present Law student with Howard of was at Home Over and William of the family of of on and and and Jacob White and and Harry All of attended the communion at salems Millers on he says something in regard to his does hot seek tee april Sheetz and Kate while driving Home from Kleinfeltersville on saturday met with an the front Axle pin slipped out of the buggy when the horse took fright and ran dragging none of the occupants were Hurt to any the horse was caught afterwards and was braised somewhat Morris Reed and of newmans visited Reeds Mother on Sun Sherman Over Lucetta Schell was a guest of Allen Seth and Elias Frantz and Samuel Dehart were a Art were guests of the ired Klopp had a narrow f escape with his while engaged in catching a boar it became mad and Tore the rope with which it was fastened and ran him had it not been for the assistance of his and Michael Seagrist he would have lost his he was lying on his Back with the boar on top of while the assistants succeeded in driving him away with escaped with a few bruises and the rim of his hat torn but terribly the boar bit his Tongue in two while engaged in the wild Seibert and paid a visit to their parents in this i april employed by Rudolph on Railroad on tuesday and wednesday for repairing a House of his near Sarah Lauck visited hummels town on Wiliiam was at Annville on want fir misses Nettie Herr and if were visiting their lady friends in town Over of was the guest of Abner Over David an employee of Wil Liam the furniture has completed a Small Box of four inches Square that contains six Hundred and 630 pieces of out of a variety of eight different kinds of this is certainly very and shows the ingenuity of the Young gentle Sarah Lauck and Edward Slabach were visiting Lebanon on Dasher and of were the guests of on Satur Oscar Mountz and of womels paid a visit to his Eliza on Evan who assisted James wit Merat returned Home on Elmer of caught a live Gray Fox last his in Teuton is to keep him for a supervisor Matthew had a Force of men at work repairing the new Berlin John Shanaman and wife were at Stouchsburg on the guests of one Day last week a dog dealer was in our he says his Home is near he travels nearly the whole year round and just returned from a Lan Caster county he had about half a dozen dogs tied to one he save he handles nearly a thousand every he feels very proud of his Mary who kept House for John White for about 20 died on sunday afternoon of general she was nearly 69 years she leaves a daughter to mourn her the fun eral will be held on thursday interment at the Baptist meeting House we have Many sick people in our no contagious Samuel Clay and Matthew made a fishing trip on their Success could not be the Price of eggs has dropped Down to eight cents a Henry of and Jacob of were in our Vil it is that he would not refuse to be the candidate for on a hard Money Boston april Wil Liam Russell has made the following statement i am greatly surprised to hear that the action of the Massachusetts convention has attracted an special attention outside the while i greatly appreciated the compliment of an endorsement by m 1 am not shaking the nor am i desirous of being the nor do i wish any movement made in an Bunte in my interest on the i have already ear Nestly requested that no such movement be Blade in any other state by friends of my belief is that it is All important that when the Chicago convention meets its delegates should be absolutely tree to deliberate and act Clear of Ali or pledges of even expressed at least so far As i am 1 do not know that any movement personal to me is if it i request and in Sist that it should not be it seems to me that our party should Send its strongest men to Chicago and leave it to the Good in View of the situation As it then to de Termine what is Best to be it will be time enough to consider candidates the important thing now is to make every Effort to have the democratic party take an absolutely sound position on the Money without evasion or com i believe this is of vital Conse Quence to the party for its present and it i am firmly of the As i have recently that our National platform ought explicitly and emphatically to oppose the free coinage of Sliver or its compulsory or any Compromise legislation in that and that it ought to endorse an commend the administration of president Cleveland for its Resolute work in maintaining our present Gold Standard and in preserving the credit of the the Isane most be fought i think it would be neither right not Wise to attempt to avoid or straddle this question by any ambiguous or meaning less the time bos passed for the Issue must be made and fought Trust to a sound in the course of an interview bus sell said Tho position of president is one of tremendous it involves so Many requires so much of the Man who would fill i 1 doubt very i would care to take up the Load Wero it thrust upon i believe that a president should go into office i hold firmly that i could never even be a Candi Date on a platform that was not in Accord Ance with my own i would never consent to straddle on finance or or interest to toe members of the variola singing practice for All who wish to learn to read on wednesday even in Salem Young Peoples Day next services throughout the Day in the interest of the Early morning sen ices at 6 special services in the school association meets tues Day evening in the midweek service on wednesday at in the moravian sunday waa a Good Day at the first Baptist in he morning the Pas Tor preached from Luke 14 and in the evening from the song of Solomon the Advent of thursday evening a graph phone entertainment will be Given in the this is one of the latest inventions of the age and the entertainment promises to be a very great a special missionary program was Ren dered in Marks reformed on sunday entitled a War meet lecture on wednesday at sunday the sunday school will commence at 9 instead of Church society Marks ladies mite society meets on tuesday evening at the Home of John 319 Weidman on Satur Day at 2 monthly meeting of the mite society will be held on Friday evening at the Home of Reb 706 Walnut meet ing of the Junior society will be held on thursday at in the Salem Bud missionary society meets this evening in the Salem James mis Sion workers meet at the Home of East Chestnut on tuesday Dorcas society meets on tuesday evening at the Home of miss on Willow wednesday evening the mite society meets at the Home of rein on Chestnut Street thursday evening the Young Peoples society will give a sociable in the sons of America Lage on til in Bell dedication held Over sunday sunday were at Ellsworth Uhrich and of Reh visited the family of Adam subject to the Republican pro diaries of Leb and after the Long Winter months have the anon clerk of orphans John of North Lebanon subject to tile Republican primaries of Leb anon clerk of orphans John of Softli Lebanon subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon b9for at the request of Many of first subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon director of the John of East Hanover subject to the Republican primaries of Leb anon political in primaries will held commissioner Harry of Jackson subject to the democratic rules of Lebanon Public Sale peons who wish to hold Public Sale should us their names and Date of Sale As Early As possible so that they May appear in this for which no charges Are sgt Oft at s Lebanon twp Henry at Prescott Lebanon have put on their Green foliage after hav ing been Foseid about by the cold Winter and so everything is renewed with freshness and the world goes most of our Farmers have finished planting Oats and potatoes and Are now making ready to Plant few Are done blowing Corn while others could in a few Days be ready to Plant Lime burning seems to be a favorite among Farmers this Many Are burning in fact nearly All that Are worthy to be called on sunday Forenoon religions services were held by the drunkards in their meeting near Cornwall Many from this place Charles hired Man with Frank helped Brubaker to plow and sow Liis Oats last a student of Franklin i Marshall spent Sun Day with Bis the roads Are in an excellent condition for bikes quite a number passed this place on Highland april new Union mite society will hold an ire Cream party and cake walks in holsteins this Fisher resumed operations at his Stone miss Clara employed at Kauf mans spent a Day at the Twenty fifth anniversary the Richland Union sunday school will be held on april a number of invitations have been sent out to the superintendents of other schools and there will be a and Etc Eninfa Schaeffter on Kalbach and miss of and Willis of North were visiting the family of James Phillips and of visited in town on and Price had As their guest miss Sarah of Philadel on she left for her Home last evening and was accompanied by miss Ella who will spend several weeks in the Frank and Mark Uhrich visited at Stouchsburg on miss Weiser visited friends at april stray horse and buggy that came to the Keffer tuesday about 12 Are still no one has yet called to identify the Jolon living on the Faim of Henry who was very is Horn not 22 years of has been in half a dozen shooting con and did he shoots lefthand is Quick and has done excellent work at the Betz is sick in Harry miser is the instructor of the drum corps which was lately the members Are boys about 10 years of age and Are progressing they hold regular meetings in the Hall of n Bach Man will hold com Munion services Here on a number of catechumens will be confirm Matthew who claims to be 90 years of a German by and who spent the Winter in the soldiers returned to town to see his was Well persons were represented from various Distant will Start in the Lebanon business College next John Harpel and of were visitors in town on april aged 84 7 months and 28 died at his late in Bethel on saturday at about he had been in failing health for a number of and on thurs Day at about 4 he had a severe stroke of apoplexy from which he never the deceased was born and raised in Cornwall near inns about 13 years ago he purchased the farm in Bethel where he lived and he leaves to mourn his death a wife and one Daugh William father Hoke lived a quiet and a ostentatious life and was devoted to his for whose Comfort and enjoyment he was always he was a Loving Hus band and kind neighbor and a consistent member of the lutheran after having Laboured Long and lived an honest and upright he goes to receive a Well merited re Ward in the land beyond this Vale of the funeral will be held on thurs april from his late near of Jones will officiate and services will be held at Zoars lutheran at interment in the cemetery adjoining the May he rest in bicyclists when coasting Down the Steep Hill be tween Myerstown and Sun Day Andrew of Ann and Samuel of this of the Delta collided and both were thrown from their which were damaged Boll escaped but Henry suffered a sprained ankle and Bell came Home by the electric but Henry luckily stuck to his Riding to town by Means of Only one a Dofis Long on March 2 John of moved to a week ago a Little White dog belonging to him came to the old Home now occupied by David a letter from Capp stated that the dog left sometime after they got to Virginia and they had sup posed it to be the Little fellow was very thin and completely tagged out by its Long it is still with Dundore and Likely will be kept by observed College the annual custom of holding College Day was observed in Trinity Church yesterday Well prepared addresses were delivered by mar Raymond and upon subjects relating to the benefits to be derived from attending the colleges of that rigor pre the Lebanon Valley College quartet was unable to be present to furnish As had been transfers in any other Public i should not go into Orlice bound by hampering Declara restricted in the Power of help less in would yen accept a nomination upon a platform of your beliefs i dont i should hesitate very but this is too far i Tell you in nil earnestness that first the democratic party must Settle these financial questions Liat Are disturbing the i dont care what other Meri May to doing about seeking a Nomina but of this one thing i am positive no one shall go to the convention pledged to me and unmindful of what is Best for the party and the Lebanon Cycle the pint meeting held in the clubs new the new Lebanon Cycle club held their first meeting in the new on the third floor of the Weimer Friday and nearly All the Mem Bers were present eight new members were proposed and the club numbers among its membership some of the most prominent professional and business men in this a committee was appointed to adopt a schedule of club runs throughout the the first of which will be made tomorrow at 10 to and the following sunday to when they will leave at 2 the club colors Are red and and a committee of three was appointed to adopt a marriage Abraham Landis and Lizzie Hart both of Weis Serand both of this Samuel Witmer and miss Sallie both of this went to Wasyl Ngou to Casper of 825 Chestnut left this morning for where he is interested in the Washington venetian Blind Shaak met him at Harrisburg and accompanied him to their new police John a Young residing in Doe was arrested sunday evening by patrolman Hain for Corner after spending the night in the police station he was held for a hearing this afternoon before magistrate new factory the new factory of the Pennsylvania Bolt and nut works is Idle this week owing to the Dull the it is will resume operations next week in All both councils to both branches of City councils will meet in special session thursday evening when they will pass upon several important measures which require prompt Iron Mill Besnes the 16inch rolling Mill at the Pennsyl Vania Bolt and nut works resumed operations this morning after a weeks idleness due to the slow a newspaper mans the from an it the experience of the average publisher say nothing and saw is n trite old often times it is Best for one to heed it but How can a news paper Man do so if he Doest say the readers of his paper criticise him severely and if he does say something Many of those same readers go about insinuating that he has said too in either the newspaper mans ears Are made to this is a queer old anyway it is inhabited by a queer lot of which is it theres a screw Loose to a attending miss Amanda Geary left on saturday for where she attended the funeral of her Brothers which waa held there 433 canal Street left saturday morning for hummels where she attended the funeral of her Christian who was buried there the following letters were granted to Day by Register Donley testamentary on the estate of Ferdinand late of this to George of this reprint from the daily of Tiro decades Isaac a boy employed of the farm of Nathaniel at it was seriously injured at his Side and hip by being thrown against a tree by a runaway which he was in the act of Riding for the purpose of breaking Friday evening a double wedding took place in the Parlours of the Central the contracting parties were to of and miss Emma of and John Feeser and miss Susan both of my Kremer i Mitt the a Young child of of was lying dangerously ill and it was thought that she had been poisoned by eating a Quantity of pickets at the banquet Given by the band of that thursday morning the Bunsen Hill depot was destroyed by it was sup posed to have been the work of incendiaries to cover up several at tempts had been previously made to Rob the an insurance of about was on the building and the whole of which was owned by John with whom the loss was severely on this Day Josejsh celebrated the 85 anniversary of his there were few if in Leba non who were possessed with a More Vig Orous and robust Constitution than Henry on this Day received a Beautiful penholder from general insurance agent at har it was out of the Wood of the Large Elm tree said to have been planted by Martin at it was prettily carved and in the end was fixed a magnifying Glass containing a perfect picture of the Monument erected to lath ers memory at said to have Cost nearly one million the pen Holder was highly prize by or thursday afternoon Mcanlly and Andrew both of whom have since died of appraised the personal property of David which amounted to Rauch was an old a homoeopathic physician from opened an of fice at april the truck of the Lebanon Hook and ladder company was out of service on account of a Tiller having been broken while responding to a false alarm of the Young child of of who was poisoned by eating pickles at the banquet of the Jonestown Cornet was considerably improved this Day and thought to be out of entertained at sen Ator Heilman Adolphus Charles Jacob Christian Shenk and Jacob the item says a sumptuous table was spread and the afternoon was Replete Wilh pleasure and social enjoy on this Day received through a Lump of Coal weighing Over 1400 it was used for a sign and was placed the building of the Corner of eighth and Willow the Washy fair was still in Progress and the attendance waa very Large every of the firm of Mclaughlin West cum Berland had on exhibition at Kelleys music a Banjo made with his own bands the news will compare with any made by the Best the instrument was claimed to be Worth a Young giving his name As Cap Ron a tinsmith by was detected in the act of robbing Daniel Fucks at at an Early hour on the morning of this and was captured by Ham who made the discovery and several citizens of the the prisoner was brought to Lebanon and placed in Domestic the following prices prevailed at the Lebanon markets april per Pound sirloin it pork chops t 10 Sells 10ou i i Bologna Corn beef per dozen 10 per Pound 20 per Box Sweet per Peck 25 per Bead 10 or Peck 10 Lima per quart 10 per Bunch 5 per Peck la per Peck per mess 5 re mess 5 As 35 25 25 18 s5 1c 16 20 5 4 16 25 5 5 per per per corrected weekly by cat per 3 oct per 1 red per 4 per Hoe puck Leb sox daily per sea weekly or Apple per per per per per horse per per mince por3 per per Stock and Grain Market reported daily by 773 cum Berland april Cotton american 7174 72j2 24j2 s Isi i is8 5iw nth Inci s Lake Kansas new Jersey new York Northern Pella Southern hallway Coal at Texas Union Wabash Western ski is opeus Hight lot ulog oath 64 4 Obj lard 472 Row b4 8 b car 12 s3 208 oar is 423 400 hogs visible another warm Ware according to the report received by the weather Bureau there is a mild Ware of warm weather on the Way East from the the thermometer registered 82 i Louis and the same in Jacob Hartman to Moses for 31 perches of land in Joseph Light and wife to John ans for a piece of ground in North Lebanon letters personal Fred Embich spent sunday with his Wesley at wer Frank Moth and of hummels spent sunday in this Howard Bright returned saturday evening from a Rait to Charles of visited Here saturday George Itoda in this april is the Boss Tobac co stripper of the Beckville Cigar Meek has returned from his business trip to Philadelphia on he purchased quite a Stock of Spring and summer the Monroe Valley Union sunday school met on sunday and the attendance was very Keuchler rippling eth and Hillside Park Are names of places in different parts of this on saturday evening a potato roast was held and some had swallowed such Large potatoes that they were almost choked to at the opening of Hillside Park last week Many people were present and enjoyed themselves Henry Weaver has changed his Home from this place to Swopes it is usually the custom of the males to Amish the refreshments for a party but it has since the females Are now doing one of our Yonng Fellows being out on saturday night seeing his when ready to leave took another mans coat instead of his the following letters were granted to Day by Register Joseph Donley letters testamentary to Alfred of on the estate of Emma Herk Odd Fellows attend the members of Lebanon Lodge of this attended in a body specially prepared divine ser fees in Chestnut Street evangelical sunday Egge delivered an interesting Sermon commemorative of the 66th anniversary of Odd Fellowship in Oom Mandery Adam Zach Ariah Adam barn hard and Daniel delegates of Lebanon Valley sons of to the annual Assembly of the commander at left this morning for that the sessions Are held George Seltzer and miss Catharine Rise spent sunday at Morris Oliver will leave tonight on the train fit Atlantic Huss Steifler leaves for miss Maud who spent the past year with her Joseph 324 North tenth left this afternoon for her Home in during her stay Here miss staffer made Many friends who Learned of her departure with much As the acquaintance ship was greatly will have Morris Oliver will have charge of a first class Barber shop at Gretna during the Farmers in and Board of Meally a regular meeting of the Board of health will be held this evening in mayor werners the new will take the oath of for miss Fanny Brown and Edward of it have left for they will join misses Fannie and Ann who Are sojourning attended the Solomon of attended the funeral of her William which was held at deny sunday boiling Mills Idle this the 8 and 10 Inch roiling Mills at the Pennsylvania Bolt and nut work Are Idle this week by reason of Scarcity of miss Mary of spent preached at Trinity the pulpit of Trinity lutheran Church was filled at morning and evening ser vices sunday by a student of theology at the my airy sunday afternoon Heintz preached at Christian citizenship a largely attended semimonthly meet ing of the Christian citizenship league was held sunday afternoon in St Pauls evangelical of and other speakers addressed the the Church choir furnished the the county april Mary wife of John died at an Early hour on the morning of this at her late on North ninth aged 94 she had been a resident of this place for Man and during the close of her life became very infirm and at times Al most David residing on North ninth also died on this the wife of Gantz died on sat urday at her late residence on East Lehman after a protracted illness of several pharos residing on North ninth was dangerously ill and Little Hopes were entertained for his re the Coleman guards appeared in mar Ket Square on saturday afternoon and gave an exhibition residing on South ninth died at an Early hour on the morning of this of general de he was twice elected and served As chief Burgess of the Borough of Leb Grain and latest or april and weak to and steady 2 2 but quiet 2 for local 2 in Export Joseph services Over the remains of Joceph late of 635 Chestnut were 1i1ci held at 2 Oclock this after stray team the stray which came to the Newmanstown hotel last has been claimed by a Royersford whose name could not be the Man Haa identified the team and rewarded the hotel management for caring for the hat age of and mame of this Harry backs and Emma both of Ball game Muddy grounds prevented the scheduled game of Ball which was to have been played on saturday at Avon inn Between the Lebanon High school and Albright collegiate Institute Arm broken by a James aged 4 of pleasant fell off a step at his Home saturday morning and fractured his right Arm near the Glon Mger set the broken noon and interment was made at Lebanon Stab of Zions lutheran con ducted the last services at the House where relatives and friends of the de ceased paid their last tribute of love and respect to her Hethy funeral services Over the remains of Henry late of 133 South third were held at 10 Oclock sat at the Home of his and steady 2 3 2 bailed and in fair de Mand Small Large mixed bailed Rye and in fair demand Creamery whole jobbing at and in Good demand Western and live poultry steady and quiet Spring broiling dressed and in fair demand fresh killed old broiling 3 pounds and under to the heavier prime Conn Anil weak at per Bushel for old and per barrel for City coun live Stock april Beeves Are now Selling at for poor to with sales mostly s3 50 and and Ripe Pound Sheern sell at White fat Export steers sell at Texas cattle decline with natives and the bulk Are Selling irlies for hoofs averaged Lover than yesterday heavy soil at so Weliam weights at s3 and Lik lil at sly Katf sales being lamely is sheep were Well taken on a a Iii of tit for in John at Longs meeting funeral director my hoi interment was made near Thompson was in again at his Henry Alderman of the Sec Ond who was confined to his bed with a severe and prolonged attack of neuralgia and is Able to be about this afternoon he again assumed the duties of Bis manufactory no operations were commenced today at the steam Brick works of John second and Walnut Brick will be made this afternoon and i several Days a Kiln will be Barton Carrolls Burton Carrolls shows exhibited at fourth and Chestnut sat Nadav to a Large audience which attested its approval of the actors by vigorous the shows will remain Here for two More Days giving two exhibitions executed a deed at Jacob of near Swatara has executed a deed of Trust for the Ben sunday Efi of creditors David of i this saturday in this Maggie of East is visiting at Francis Allwein acid Moses of spent sunday in this Mark and of spent sunday at Jacob boiler and Michael miss Sallie of and miss Annie of their were in Reading yesterday and took trips Over the cashier Eshelman and of Lebanon were visitors in Reading Howard of 364 North seventh is visiting his at Harry of Dauphin is visiting her and Solomon 309 North eleventh Jacob of who was the guest of and of 19 North tenth re turned Home of was i town thursday Harry of the Sheridan was in this City my Horace Evans and two daughters of Pine Are the guests of on North Janthor John clerk of is a serine with to which Haa seized both his i admitted to the Jacob of this was admitted to the Good Samaritan Hospital this morning buffering with the disease Haa made its appearance in his right placed in Barber Sherman today placed in service in Bis eighth Street to sorial Par lore the handsome Climax Barbers chair which he won at the Rescue the chair is of the latest improved Troat John and Charles Bollman Are spending the Day Trout fishing along one of the county Woods Norway Fine syrup seems sent special Providence to the Little pleasant to be Harris of the remains of Harrison late of 1723 Venango were received m this City saturday noon by his surviving comrades of the 93rd vet who bore them tenderly to their final resting place at Lebanon they gave him a soldiers funeral director Frantz was in Hemby the funeral of Henry late of East Hanover was held saturday morning from the House and was largely services and interment was made at shirks meeting Harvey simple funeral services were Hel Friday Over the remains of Harvey late the funeral was held from the House and interment was made at pc dior to Choice lambs sold mostly at few to fans below mroe wooled funeral Frantz was in director Jacob the funeral of Jacob formerly manager of Weils clothing in Thia was held from his late Home in Reading at an Early hour Friday the body was taken to where private interment was Jacob the funeral of Jacob late of North Cornwall was Hel Friday afternoon from the at 2 services were held in the first reformed Church at which Klopp officiated and interment followed m the Church 8ybilla Sybilla residing on Locust near was buried Friday afternoon at my Lebanon cemetery funeral director Thompson was in improved gasoline George Arnold 4 of sixth and Lehman have placed in Posi Tion at their store an improved gasoline which will Amish the motive Power to operate their larg Coffee Mill will be placed in the store and feeding lambs fetching wooled sheep and Lamb sold about higher than shorn head head East april k00d Stags Yar is com Tair medium sheep Clippe s3 70 Iii c Kllc Icclair common to Good Spring veal Sicoli West Philadelphia North Penn a total for the it previous beef and none Here Good were in Rood demand at Good for and for fat cows were slow at thin cows were Dull at Milch cows were sold from 83 to 540 Milan cases were sign Var dressed steers were inactive while cows sold from produce the following Are the prevailing prices paid by our merchants for country corrected by fresh 8 7 7 dried Grain corrected weekly by sticklers 75 26 to the hereby 1 give notice that i bought from William Getz the following personal property for real debt f the amount of so Viz Brown one Blue Jersey four fifty one one Cai Persona not to Twenty eight 1 therefore warn All with any of which i have lolled w Wal
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