Lebanon Semi Weekly News in Lebanon, Pennsylvania 30 Apr 1896
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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1896, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Wtiz Siw matk Nihil the sit i mad april it Savok of the Altoona Tribune in not very pleased with the work of the be publican or at least with that portion of it relating to senator and says according to the present outlay the majority of the re publicans of Pennsylvania will have very Lew representations at St nearly All the delegates were chosen by or Quay and will implicitly carry out Bis but is it True that nearly All the Dele Gates were chosen by Quay if so it is the fault of the be publican and they have themselves to blame that he selected Only such delegates As were favourable to in this county a num Ber of candidates presented themselves for delegates to the state convention and the three elected represented the majority of the Republican voters who at tended the no doubt the same was the Case in other counties and there fore the delegates were not selected by but by the there is a Strong sentiment in the state in favor of major Mckinley and Many republicans also Are favourable to speaker Long As senator Quay is a candidate for the presidency a Large majority of the Republican Are for there in no denying this and those who Are opposed to him should give the facts to be the likelihood is that neither statement is out that both have been sent ont for the purpose of deceiving the they will Bow influence the people much one Way or the delegates Are elected by the voters in their respective districts and these Are governed by their own views and one statement made by Manley deserves he says that in the Block of states North of the Potomac and East of the a Block containing a greater portion of the manufacturing and commercial interests of the error Mckinley has secured Only nine it this is it is not As Bas been Toat Mckinley is the favorite in the states which Are mostly in favor of a protective Taring whatever the claims at this it is Safe in declaring that Only after the Dele Gates meet in convention can it be known for a certainty who of the presidential candidates now in the race will be in the states which will elect about two Hundred More delegates have not yet held their state common Rutabaga and Kindred which can be purchased for five cents a it is a very cheap Way of soliciting votes and very of the voters will be influenced by such if the seeds consisted of rare pass the the members of the water Board Are right in asking that councils pass the ordinance appropriating three thousand dollars the erection of a compressor at the South Mountain it would be a serious Blunder if councils Woelp now abandon that project after having expended to much Money and when the prospects Are that the water Supply can be greatly increased by Means of lifting pumps to lift the water from the Wells which have been these Wells Are fall of water and at Teste made last Winter showed that Are capable of yielding a Large Supply of water with the requisite Pui Apiag besides other Wells can be dug if it becomes necessary to in crease the water under these circumstances it would be Folly not to appropriate the Money needed to buy the compressor and other requisite Machin excoxfibe8sman Bon the coloured Leader of the Republican forces in South says that there Are two factions in the Republican party in South and both of them have elected delegates to the Louie con Smalls is a Delegate at Large elected by the faction that claims to be the regular and the convention that elected him endorsed while the convention of the rival faction sends Ite delegates to Lonis but they Are said to be favourable to Smalls de Nies the claim that Ilia convention pledged its representatives to a new Vokk paper says Secretary of Ney has expressed his displeasure with a letter sent to England in response to an invitation to attend a Celebration of Shakespeare it is said he believes the president has Given expression to sickly sentiment at a time when Anglo american relations Are Likely to be strained Over the venezuelan there is no doubt about the character of the sentiment expressed by Cleve it Wae but Olney would not dare say unless he is anxious to have his official head Cut a successful the conservative and Well conducted beading times appeared on monday morning wearing an Alto Gether new printed on a new press and looking As pretty As a Maiden of sixteen Summers when she comes bedecked with a new easter these improvements have been made in commemoration of the times thirty ninth for this occasion it printed an edition of eight pages and All of them bristled with live news original from the prolific pen of Zimmerman and other and interesting articles descriptive of the stage coach and native and while they have kept the columns of the paper free of All sensational or other questionable have kept step with the steady March of Progress and advancement and today the Timss is one of the Best conducted Inland dailies of our state and a True representative of the growth and development which have characterized the City in which it is printed and where it occupies a Foremost these material evidences of Prosperity must be to the gentlemen who by their Energy and perseverance have raised their paper to such an Honor Able we heartily congratulate them on this auspicious with which successful experiments bad already been made and that would be costly and difficult to obtain by the Ordinary Farmer or Gardener there might be some Wisdom in a distribution of Garden but there is no Call for such seeds As Are raised by the ton by any of our seed growers and easily obtained at a trifling Cost such seeds Are not Worth to the government or anyone else what the Cost of the postage will amount to and the practice should not have been instituted after it bad been the tree seed distribution As it is conducted is a the Only other Way that such a distribution might be of service would be by sending seeds in quantities to sections of the country where a drouth prevailed the previous but then they should be forwarded in Good so As to be on band when seeding time the indiscriminate distribution of Small seed packages by All the congressmen and into sections of the country where they Are not needed and even desired is a waste of time and Flea Fob Sev bal Days ago the longhaired musical left York for Hie foreign Home and a number of ally school girls gathered at the pier to see him off and most of them acted in a ridiculous a few even shed tears of bitter regret As they saw the ship sail away with their idol on Board and they showered Flowers upon the Young polish pianist of course was pleased to see so Many Girle adoring him and in a self complacent manner he bid them Adieu when the time arrived and no doubt soon forgot the new Bill passed by the legislature at called the greater new provides that the City of new York shall embrace in one municipality Long Island Staten is several towns in Queens and of course new York As it now this will give the new City a population of fully three millions and make it the Banner give us a clean the political As it is commonly is beginning to steam and will soon come to a boiling Point in our coun there Are a very Large number of candidates and for some of the offices the contests will be unusually withal the Campaign should be honorable and free of personal abuse and it never pays to indulge in abuse and the washing of dirty line in Public As a Rule is distasteful and obnoxious to the it is right and proper for every candidate to Nee All honorable Means in gaining friends and influencing votes to his but this can be done by a presentation of his own claims and merits without attempting to reflect upon the character or reputation of Bis let the contest be Ever so spirited and sharply it will add zest and interest to but we Trust that All the candidates will abstain from personalities and attempts to besmirch the characters of then when the conflict is Over victors and vanquished can Greet each other As friends and continue As such without feeling bitter and revenge Ful toward each Henry pastor of Christ is the Only person we know of who has had the temerity to make a plea for the life of the in a Sermon on the prodigal the other sunday Chubb referred to the fact that Holmes had been baptized and become a he said Holmes it appears by Bis confession and trial deprived Pitezel of her support by murder ing her husband and and then by cunning forgery robbing her of insurance Pitezel is in a helpless state of poverty and is so afflicted otherwise that she cannot earn her Holmes is the Only Man on whom she has a Legal claim for the minister stated that if Holmes had been tried in Michigan he would be imprisoned for and this would give him a Chance to do what As a Church member and Christian Man he must de sire to All the restitution pos sible to the woman he has unjustly and so mercilessly for this reason Chubb argued governor Hastings should suspend Holmes sen tence until such time that would be needed to provide for this is not a new plea but it is the Only valid one that can be urged against capital punishment in cases where de pendent women or children Are left be but Holmes has shown himself to be such a desperately wicked fellow that no one has any sympathy for and be is generally denounced and con oar May took the Osth of report of sanitary policeman the Cut free of vaccination of school Deputy prothonotary Oscar Klopp has made no the trial fist for the special May term of common pleas com mencing Hay As follows Alberta Swalm it Al Amanda Wai Capp Schock for plaintiff Adams for defendant Chestnut Creek Coal and Coke Robt Owens and Pascoe for plaintiff Weidman for defendant Sanderson Broes Appeal for plaintiff Gobin for defendant Savilla Smith it 3ity of Capp Schonce for plaintiff Fisher for defendant Savilla Smith it City of ejectment Capp Schock for plaintiff Fisher for defendant Anna Sholley a Lackawanna Iron steel co Seltzer for plaintiff Capp Schock for defendant Ephraim Woomer ejectment Woomer for Plain Riff Houck for Rebecca Yingst Nathan Seltzer for plaintiff Adams and Weinhard for defendant Cornelia Gaber John Beckford and Seltzer for Plain Tiff Weidman for defendant Elias Miller Franklin a Adams for plaintiff Miller for defendant Henry Kleiser Assn sit Beinhard and Benson for plaintiff Capp Schock for defendant Mary Kreiser it John Wal Tom Walton was in a very Coni i portable Frame of mind and body Tom had come Home for she taught and Tiey got on very of old the salvation army commander of the Mek Jurty dilate Baa 44f a of getting is which Jive have rather neglected her Oral Oliaf Ariett by congregants list of cases set Down for anal Light place they will tie expected 669 votes at the look or 113 More than he will need to be Nomi the fact is these seeds trill arrive Alto Bat is this Correct statement meet Jug of boxed or health the convict Gether too As most of the Farmen one of speaker needs Man and gardeners have already planted their presents quite a different state he claims that Beed has 161 vegetable and those for All to and Mckinley Only 250 delegates no Nahed by the government consist Only of to this time and that it will be impossible Lor the latter to secure votes enough it can to solved by employ inc prisoners Adams for plaintiff Capp Schock for defendant it Assn sit Capp Schock for plaintiff Lantz for defendant Jonathan Edris a Hock for plaintiff Capp Schock for John Albert John it Funck and Zerbe for plaintiff Uhrich for Wesley Manire a Jones Capp Schock for plaintiff Keiser for Gingrich Henry Ulrich for plaintiff Funck for defendant Cronin Vaas Sam sit Miller for plaintiff Capp Schock for defendant Jacob Embick Strickler Assn sit Kunkle and Kaufman for plaintiff Fisher and Derr for James Ewing John Funck for plaintiff shirk for defendant Monroe Boyer tres Capp Schock for Plain Tiff Benson for Commonwealth of Pennsylvania a Jacob traverse of Adams for plaintiff Shepherd and Keiser for Aaron rank Daniel b Capp Schock for plaintiff Keiser for defendant tiie convict labor question is a very knotty problem that is still waiting for it knocks at the door of nearly every state session of the but is usually turned away Nith a Promise of More consideration some the Good roads problem is also a ques Tion of importance in the in some localities one these problems is permitted to solve the two Birds arc killed with one that the present Mode of employing convicts is very unsatisfactory is proved by the unsettled condition of the ques Tion in nearly every state where it is the following is from a recept Signe of the Dayton Herald tie Ohio Penitentiary seems to a Uffner from the general business the annual report of the Board of managers shows that in 1293 the surplus of earnings Over expenses was in the deficit of earnings was and in 1ss5 the deficit of was the Board ascribes several reasons for this change of about among them the passage of a Taw requiring the branding All prison made and the passage of the Llewellyn restricting the number of labourers engaged in making any one kind of troops in the penal and reformatory institutions of the state to ten per of the free labor employed in making like goods in the these have As the Board to a demoralization of the contract it recommends the re peal of the Las named the first hav ing been declared unconstitutional or if this cannot be then that the limit fixed by the Llewellyn Law be raised to at least 25 per situation is one of great and will probably Lead to further agitation of the difficult questions of employment of convict in this connection it May be said that whether or not the penitentiaries Are self supporting has nothing to do with the the More Money the convicts make for the state under the Ohio the More free labor is deprived thriving penitentiaries Are not the most Tom had come Home for broke in Harriet Voul and had amiably started off with their seem to be excited the Subjec ofom Grace for the Public a sep reception at tie White Grace and the a Folk Tea the was to go by the afternoon and Trees look Bare yet Over in the Park this was her last Chance to see the dont Thev kist lady of the As the news papers Call our democratic would be coming Home for dinner after seeing Grace and there would be a Chance again for their dear cozy evenings it was she knew but she was glad that they were not to have any More nobody would coming1 to now that the season was so nearly and she could Hove Tom All to she looked lazily out of the window and saw her husband and Grace boarding a car at the there is scarcely anything More entertaining to a student of democratic government than an afternoon recep Tion at the White Walton and his charge had stood Long and per Severin Gly in first out in the then gradually pushed along within the till at last they found themselves standing i solemn Grace in at the very thresh old of the Blue just ahead were two tiny but bold darkened jewess and her smaller Zimmerman and they gave their names to the inquiring usher miss cinnamon and be in stentorian As they passed along the magic Circle within stood the receiving Back of these was a curious looking old w6man with a huge Green veil tied Over her head and ears and a faded old Black shawl gathered around her its Good for sore eyes to see she As she Shook hands dont they really h it haunt been for that apropos of the said beginning again rather abrupt Jav when i coming through the Park this afternoon there was a old woman sitting on a i really Felt sorry for she looked so help tub it wore a of Beodie hopeful of it would be even better to tax free labor to support Idle convicted than to have the convicts Rob free labor of Ita Means of support at the present time the work of Mak ing magnificent systems of highways appears to offer the Best Means of employing Many of the they should Necibe permitted to compete with free Tabor in the roads should be made will the immemorial Moss gatherers known As legislators awake to needs of the steel tracked the real lord commande Rinchik of the British evidently does in have much Faith in the Era of Psi said to be setting for he recently a in a speech at a supper Given by the Corea that he did not believe in Universal he declared that the Man we believed that the time was coming the there would be no wars was a dangerous especially dangerous if he happened to hold a Public h hoped that no such Man would Ever b in the Foremost place in Public life in great soldiers who have witnessed Muci fighting usually deprecate War and coun Sei peace at All the new York Herald says Many horses Are fond of and to a tired horse a bottle of Beer in his Gruel is a great it acts As a pick me and often makes a horse with no appetite eat Brewers understand and that is one reason Why their horses always seem to be in Good Condi ergot Konok Patti sos in not stand ing no so straight for honest Money As it was expected he would he evinces a disposition to Wabble and get Down and strange Silver Donkey it be gins to look As if the opinion heretofore expressed will have to be Bobert Pattison will not do As a presidential it there was any doubt As to whether senator Quay would have the support of this state at the Louis convention it was All dispelled when the state Conven Tion met at not even a Mckinley was in sight and Chris Mage with his Mckinley Resolution Wae lost sight the appointment of general Lee As Consul general to Havana has been con finned by the we Trust general Lee i go As an Independent citizen and idiot As the personal representative of president for if he Don his me Olnee will be greatly since the contest Over the state chair Manship the supposition among some politicians is that senator Quay will vacate the in favor of Frank willing Are of Thi opinion that senator Andrews will be come the As Dave Poi and auditor general Mylin Are favourable to this would be an injustice to who made a Gallant fight for the position and in an honorable he withdrew in the interest of peace and Harmony and now if it is to be Given away to anyone Leach is the person who More than any of the others is entitled to it let Justice be done in this Chauncy Depew is highly indignant because the new York legislature has passed a Law providing that railroads must carry bicycles the same As other baggage free of Cost he says it would be As reasonable to make it compulsory by Law upon merchants to provide bicycle riders with bicycle suits free of but the cases Are not at All the Mer chants do not sell bicycles and have no profit whereas the railroads carry bicycle riders As passengers and it what the form of baggage is a passenger has when he buys a were the people of Pennsylvania to be Given an Opportunity to fairly express their views As to the alleged presidential candidacy endorsed at i Adelphia an Opportunity was Given to oar teemed Philadelphia contemporary to express its views in Bat alas the Opportunity was and Lish syntax lies York just so there was abundant oppor a number of the european newspapers have an idea that the Only motive the United states can have in interesting itself in behalf of the cubans struggling for their Independence is to enlarge its they do not understand that it is purely a patriotic spirit that enlists the sympathies of our people in behalf of the cubans and not merely the Possession of the Little desirable As that might european papers censure this country for intervening Between Spain and but All admit that it would be a on sided affair if spam should declare War against this the naval and military an English pub discussing the says War Between America and Spain could have but one result it would be an self reliant race against the proud but frivolous if the United states determine that Cuba shall be the Independence of Cuba is if the forces which Spain has thrown into the Island Are unequal to the task of repressing the revolutionary we May be sure they would be quickly driven out were an army of the United states landed there in Aid of the America has ships enough to prevent help from reach ing the Spanish soldiers in it would be for the Spanish government to come to terms As speedily As possible with the american Artesian the water committee of Camden City councils met several Days ago and opened bide for a new Artesian Well water Supply Plant with a capacity of Twenty million Gallons the lowest bid was evidently the authorities of the City of Camden have abundant Faith in the arte argument gases argued before judges Ergood and Light monday Chaflin and George it motion to quash writ and dissolve attachment Shindel and for plaintiff shirk and Weid for defendant Ezra it John it exceptions to condemnation of real Grumbein for plaintiffs Adams for de Light Isaac Woomer for plaintiff Funck for defendant Worrest Amos it Bale to open and set aside bile Seltzer for plaintiff Capp Schock and Grumbein for the cases were continued by consent of court adjourned to May at 1 proml01ng idea advocated by Eastern political in the wreck of matter and the crush of worlds boat races and it is just As Well not to forget that the former feeds us when the mud Doest prevent his hauling stuff to Market Farmer of new York distinctly understood that and not Farmer of new or any other is the suggest or of the steel tracked perhaps the most promising of the new Good roads Ide Farmers Lingerin Gly with Ona of the Cabinet la be be Cleveland i cant see Eye look much like that looks just like my Cynthy did before she her tones were but there was an upward curve of Happy Pride a the wrinkles about the kindly old move there come the rough voice of the and Grace and Walton found themselves taking the woman place and All a a they were out a the great room amusing themselves by listen ing to the broken English of a group of koreans who stood in one Gay in native with their Odd Caps on their four Oclock said Wal looking his we shall have to if you want to see the less and Tom cried his do please be youre Knotting the silk worse than be sorry for you cant waste your pity on every Loafer you see on the Park Hetty old lady want Loafer she was just a respectable Oll country i should who Hadi lost her Way in the i really Felt sorry for Why didst you bring her Home fori dinner said a Little sarcastic now you have done Tom dropped the silk entirely a and half spite of his anxiety Hetty with me Thomas Burr Walton what have you done with her poor old and before Tom could grasp his wife purpose or change his she was flying through the i Groom into the Library beyond As she afterwards a mixture of fears that the poor old woman might have fallen in a faint from Wear or that she might have made with the poor old thing she had not Fata hut she was almost unconscious from sheer tenderly they lifted her and carried her Over to the divan a the Bow window she asked feebly for her an moaned out something about being so Many and she was so i do believe its the very same old creature that walked ahead of us in the procession at the White said Walton its the same preen veil they looked for the Little bag in i remember she held on to it when p took her said s Loyal Temperance an overcrowded House greeted the monday night at the Home of the spicy program was Well Ren every heart present was thrilled As the legion Sang All around the the ribbon White was the Youthful Lorena beam recited the dolls lesson and the dead an instrumental Solo by Daisy Breslin was Well Miriam in a Sweet baby Sang the old Orynn rna the old Oaken Buck impersonated in song by Mable the Shadow of the Home was Bung by master Clyde Black assisted by the the several other solos by master Black were Well the misses Smith and Brooks beautifully played a piano Solo and miss Michael in her Well trained manner polish boy and Tommy a Drill in principles was vigorously responded to of the the Shadow pictures aroused an amount of a song by the children concluded the pro a terrible sex Budd and others pro a to Lay shallow steel rails a the Public with turnouts at Wagon wheels would run easily on Flat rails eight or ten inches with flanges on either Side to pre vent the wheels except upon main travelled roads the Cost might be pretty but there would be Al most no limit to the loads that could Bertrawn upon such a bicyclists could easily use it the appearance might not quite equal that of a Well crowned Macadam but the idea is Worth especially in regions where Macadam Stone is one Beauty of the steel track is that wagons with narrow tires could safely use Macadam necessitates a Broad tire which causes some How True it i that theres nothing new under the Sun i Here we Are again Hack at the old Plank Road a steel Plank running Lengthwise instead of a wooden on crosswise that All thedis and in the the last few years have seen the reappearance of the Prai Rie Schooner and the freight owes just As Walton was putting Grace on her Walton drawled u Lazy come to the maid who brought her the afternoon Post were two a fat from a Young Cousin of Sie opened first or deah Huttt i Eather from Toms letters that you two Are still mooning along in your nuptial not settled Down enough to enjoy so in not coming to see but you cant guess where i have been i it seems a year or but if 3 really Only a Ive spent with a dear funny old aunt of Toms and i thought i knew what it would be like to Llva that but Goose Berryville exceeded my most fantastic Valona aunt Martha lives in a Little old not picturesque enough to be called a cot and not sizable enough to be a i just pumped my brain to remember All the news for years Back of anybody connected with our enormous she would Roll pie crust while i washed Tea cups to be less but More frequently she filled the Oil lamps while i scoured the polished up the Gilt Frame of Cleveland picture in the poor old soul i heard that the villagers about there Call her i found that Ahe had had for breakfast Ever since she was left which is several months and molasses for bread without butter and half a pie and for the rest of the pie and bread and with a cup of she said it was cheaper and easier she never had been much of a hand at accounts and in that Way she com Tell just How much she and keep within her Whilo i was of course i paid and i instituted a As she called at first she eat but one or two different things at one meal but i soon coaxed her into looking up All her famous old and i left her a new she got so much fatter Ana brighter that you would hardly have known theres no use of sending her Money for she wont like but if you and Tom could Send her a new shawl and a new dark Green never goes out without these two part of her she would put in a better the dear old soul the visit has really done me i was getting into a if not quite As narrow a one As aunt most your must have dropped it in the Street with out my noticing it said As they went into the dining room for leaving the poor old soul fast asleep in the i think youd better Send around to the other houses in the place and inquire if they Are expecting an old lady you its Only a Block and it might save her friends great but who is there on this Block that could possibly be expecting her Tom he admitted that there could be no harm and finally said he would step around Buthe Cine Back within half on hour without hav ing Learned anything about on old some number on a r nobody was expecting she must have meant Park they decided we will try to find out tomorrow dont disturb her and with cushions carefully arranged to shut off All they left her on the wide window Couch for the night the next Day they had a do Tor Call in and a trained nurse from the Lios Petal the old lady was very and talked Cleveland was there but i didst have a Chance to shake ii sic looks like Cynthy could have made a presidents Bave been a mite too Good for i think i dropped my there it is and in too ural to pick it up suddenly turned and ran downstairs to the f Ron which they had carried the old woman that morning no to the guest which Grace Maynard had just left 1 if she could have dropped it Here was the thought that had come to the famous Bridge jumper shows the salvation St the sights of the police if Abbed film for Masquer and Steve becomes his new april me commander in the United states o the salvation was arrested Olff t and for 20 minutes had his first taste of How it feels to be behind american prison the schema by which Boot Tucker was trapped was a Well Laid one and was cleverly planned and executed by Steve stove denied that he had any in Tention of having the commander but appearances were against Steve conceived the idea of taking the commander on a slumming tour and wrote him a letter on which the commander acknowledged by Telegram from on accepting Steves Irv Tafon with Many thanks Aud telling him to Call at head stave went to Headquarters a directed and saw the and be arranged to meet the commander was obliged to be pres ent at colonel Kudlets Farewell and could not get Down town at 10 Oclock Sharp attired in a Light Check frock coat and dark top coat and kid got Oft a car at grand Street and the bowery and looked up and Down in vain for he then went into Bordios Saloon at 114 not finding came out again and Al most run into whom he greeted of they returned to stoves where the commander treated the paying 90 cents for the Brodio then took the commander into a rear where Boot Tucker donned n crude looking wig of Brown hair and Black Svengali else Alae was the disguise was apparent to any of but the commander was in peace Ful oblivion regarding Locking arms with Brodland Bis sauntered flown the bowery to Callahan Saloon at 13 Park where three took sods water and the latter costing cent and were paid for by at tils Point the electric lights were at their and the commander fell a Vic Tim to their As Roundsman Thomas Kane and patrolman mod Onoue of the Elizabeth Street who were in front of the got on to Bis Whis they expressed following was Rylel p17blm Sale Fine horses will sold at Public on Hay on the Stock raising farms of tie undersigned in sooth Lebanon Lebanon countr on the Road leading front Prescott Sta 1 mile from Prescott Start Milts East of Lebanon and Miles West the following live via prom 15 to s head of blooded mares and among which Are Ibe roller for bar r years old v Tracia handling broken single and f bowed a a gait at y last fall and this Spring Mil she is one of the Best Road this Mare can show better Speed any mate Ever sold in the Well this Spring As 40 surd by record Ife by Aberdeen Alabaster 1st dam country Jumei of country and Almond Standard and Reg bands d fast fall in Patt r Giralt anytime trailer and never met anything on the Toad that she was afraid she is one of the Best Road sters in the and no is too for her in a a Road is hands 9years sired by i one outta beet sires in the on of the Best o e is More work the and never lad Tii mile a 1 2 rears she my so Money at Money at can j years old in 15m hands Vry Truh and trotted quarters in and 40 Fine oni Viiu Skutt Annie is very kind and Swa Good irked Aud pleasant fearless f steam a d trolley and is the beat fam by Mare 1 Ever tuna Jennier hands ears sired by Gold dust 1st Jennie he in fearless of steam or trolley and b Road these mares we no sorrel 15k hands Hie ears sired by who is one of Best of Bells Mambrino who by Mambruno 1st finite in by Kilbuck record doll is Ahau Toter to Kate b Ahe ran show a 3minute Salt and no track work was used for broken so v o nearly old sired y he by has 5 in 3 30 list1st am Susan she by boat a sufi bet sad 3 ears old and h it May Mafe nears s years 15w and High sired by 1st dam Road Mare can show a 11 and Une Pizir of 3 and 4 ears old Jet Black sired of Gold fans 1st they Are broken single and sired beat be bands 3 tears old will show a Good gait at Day of Sale a Refl lev 41 t Plant it holds drooping branches of plants of from the a tile Plant protector is just the Stan Well system else they would not be willing to invest half a million dollars to increase the water Supply of their City the fact is there Are thousands of Artesian Wells in operation thorough Botthe Conn Ryand they give eminent satisfaction wherever they Are undoubtedly t is the safest and cheapest method for increasing our water Supply at the South i Mountain and no time should be lost a supplying the necessary pumping Machi Lery for operating the Wells already dug it seems that As much interest is taken the refreshments netted quite a neat which will go toward paying of some of the Small fruits up from press claimed for this method is that it keeps ence said to want a Bassler went to Philadel phia this it is he will petition the supreme court to Grant a rehearing in the cases of Henry Heilman and Henry John and Hiley l against the Lebanon Annville electric Street rail Way the supreme court Mon Day morning handed Down an opinion sustaining the decision of judge who found for the defendant of in base Ball As at any time and at in opening of the season unusually Large roads gathered wherever games were it a National and As Lone As the people by thousands re willing to pay admission fees of fifty apiece there will be players who ill try to interest for seven Eara there has been very Little Ball fever u our City except among quite Young oys and it is not Likely from present appearances that deep interest will be Naif rated a the game this the Experiment was made some years ago to t up a Ball craze and considerable Oney was lost a the attempt Sines Hen no one has been willing to risk Oney on base Ball conc Bessher Money and Hall bags filled a Quantity Fink Over each other Tut there the Duel it requires Leas courage to pour out a lot of fac than to Pill human Bat neither is Credi table to men holding Bush important to James f7 with the miss Katie Domestic with Cap Tain is confined to her Home with a severe it is hoped by her Many friends that she will soon be Able to be about Thomas of the american is Able to be about again after a months illness with presented with a of the Fenn received monday afternoon by express a 17pound German the fish was a gift from his of col and attracted much package party owing to the inclement weather last week the package of the women Relief auxiliary to was not but will be held on thursday evening after the close of the Post try pay the fruit and branches from the ground and also gives a better Chance to Hoe up the weeds and stir the soil under the it will also hold the moist ure about the roots of the Bush to some will Matte easier picking of the fruit than when the branches lie near the Agri the employees of the Pennsylvania Bolt and not works received their Semi monthly vague today with which were honoured at the first National appointed by Andrew Boto has been appointed by the court Tobacc cd supervisor Oft of 6 Mataxa township Many mistakes Are cows that produce from two to three pounds of butter per Day Are but the former can raise his own cows and gradually reach the limit attained if he will use Only purebred As Long As Farmers buy their cows instead of raising them they will never unless they know just what they Ore when a Fanner desires a fresh cow he buys any provided has recently and that is where be makes his greatest his if ton saw Browner last but not to speak what a Story they ten me Tom Walton was hurrying across the Little Green Square oppo site his when he heard someone speak in a quavering do Vou know where Park place la he looked and saw a Little old woman sitting on a Bench that stood at the Edge of the gravel she was apparently too tired even to stand up to attract attention and she spoke in a discouraged As if she hardly expected him to turn this Block up Here is Park what number Ore Yon look ing for he sitting Down beside the old and waiting patiently while she fumbled in her pocket i cant find the she at last but i think its very said still More kindly he knew there was no such number in the but did not wish to break her Hope Down until she could rest a Little and perhaps find the i f you will just step into my Bret House will have somebody take you you should have a Pup of too Yon look a bit i picked up her and she leaned gratefully on his Arm As they crossed the he opened the door with the and smuggled the old lady into the there he settled her in a big and then ran hastily upstairs to his sow Harriet was just looking about for a convenient chair to put her skein of silk while she wound it on a Large to keep it from when Tom the room Ehe jumped up giving him imperatively Yon Are just in time put out your von dear old Grace get off what kind of a time did you have at reception tremendously crowded of that goes without say if e such a blessed Relief to have you All to we wont be at Home to anybody fora will we but just have some of our pleasant Littie evenings have Sone can reach the Horence Shes been up to a playing her cheer up she looked near the chair where she had found the old woman on the previous afternoon and surely was the Little Blac bag she hesitated for a then decided to open it then she flew upstairs to the dress where Tom was polishing his she half but with a choke in her its aunt Independent horticultural to keep off the mice and rabbits rub on Axle grease lightly for two feet from the keep All Loose bark rubbed of the for under these Scales la where bisects like to can we know of the presence of the Root Louse Yon can judge from the knotty and wooly appearance of the Root and its bluish or greyish color an other tendency is to Send out a Large number of these indicate the presence of Root As we approach the Northern limits of the Apple the number of Varie ties that endure the climate rapidly obviously the num Ber of varieties of first Quality that May be grown on the Northern confines of the Apple Region must be comparatively very the Apple Leaf Crumpler is an Orchard insect of Peculiar economic because it Winters on the tree not More than half grown and attacks the Young leaves As fast they put Forth in it thus does vastly greater mischief than it could a Little later in the for food the pleasure Drivers of a township in Huntington county have made it a Rule for the past two years to present a him into Mott put acting Captain Young and detective who were near at on the they saw two eater the chinese Reg Tan rant at i Mott where the com Mander had Tea and Ting a aroused the anger of a Chi Nese and but or Steve trouble was imminent the commander in bought a package of chinese they then started for the chinese Thea or in Dover and were almost in front of it when detective coyly stepped no to the commander and placed him under telling him that he was Violat ing the Law in parading the Public streets in Brodie entered a mild but ing it Soless remarked that if the officer had a duty to perform to proceed with All hands went to the Elizabeth Street where the commander was arraigned before Captain he was very amusing to look still having the cheap wig and whiskers on and which were removed by Brodie shortly after he entered the displaying the Bald head of in answer to the captains he said his name was occupy salvation and his age he was but no weapon was found on his after which be was locked no in a cell for so while the Ball Bond for was made Brodie becoming his giving the dwelling Bouse 135 East one Hundred and sixth Street As tiie commander the commander was then released and left with when ont on the he greeted a crowd of newspaper men and made Light of his arrest he said it was not his first As he bad been arrested in ten years ago for parading the streets and was in jail for a he spoke highly of Biodle is Tho gentleman who had such a Large he said he was anxious to meet As he heard he was just the Man who could show him where were Ripe and was delighted when he received Brodies to wanted to reach the poor and unfortunate and could Only do so in that and As be had received considerable notoriety last week in bin lodging House trip to was afraid he would be recognized in company with a gentleman so Well known As Brodie and decided on sold the i see i cant elude Yon he then departed with Brodie to visit about a dozen various resorts which had been mapped out for him to Call but without his i grind Almont record is Dami Roan nearly 3 years old sired is 1st she by Kilbuck 2 number the from Fine Bay 4 years 13k hands Hub sired by son of Bashaw 1st a fait Norman id years one of the Best Riding mares in the country broken to drive can Trot close to 3 minutes to Saddle she goes three a Brown 11 years 16 hands High one of Road mares and the Best walkers to be had fearless of steam or trolley cars very gentle and can be driven number of the above hordes to be sold were sired by one of the Best bred horses 46 in the and is tit Ilia 2 to and is one of he Best sires in the world in the Mies can with ease s1 new a and has not Vel fully develops Liim Selt on the a Niles commends Stu to serve surf Edom to serve strange famished on credit of 8 months will be of cite to commence at 1 m Sharo when conditions will be made known by Samuel Job by Haaks Public Sale cows pigs will be sold at Public on May at Lebanon on the Leb anon Alley Branch of the Philadelphia my beading 4 Milea East of Lebanon Aid and mile souths of Lebanon Myerstown Street 35 following live vizi26 head of extra be cows c 1blixxied Good Milker the j Are Stock and Are Eitra milk the 20 cows together Hora yielded pounds o milk in one month from whih pounds of Batter was made i calves before january Anil will ome in profit again and will be Chhout As i have no is Ture to keep them Over part Lesta want of loud cows will do Well to Call at or Naubur Tuuu Usuwa win of Well to Call at or stable to see our milking and 5 Oclock any person desirous can see them milked i Arm broken 07 a Jonathan of 405 North eighth fell Down the attic stairs at her tuesday and Frac tured he right Gerber ice set the broken Bone and dressed the full blooded s ears with Pedigree to 11 months old 2 land China Breeding sows 20 Poland from 5 to 1 weeks old is Poland China we Ghung from 50 to Pannor 10 fat Welt Hong from 2 0 to pounds 30 Nice tame All at the same 20 tin 1calion Good As new butter w and Many other from Harrisburg and Way Sta Prescott Artive at 9 and 1030 leave barrels be a an from p m for beading at and pm for 1 born at and a credit of 4 months will be Enby a retd not buy a Beautiful 1 Knalls Public Sale of wagons and Faming will be sold at Public on Hay at his on North k huh near the in the c Paf Gold watch and Chain to the Road super visors of the townships for keeping the roads in Good a Allison and his Thaddeus have Eracli been the recipient of Gold watches and this is a new thing for Public Road but a very common thing for Railroad Section supervisors to receive a prize every year for the Best sections of Road Beds in each division of the Pennsylvania this action on the part of the officials make it an incentive for Good work and Good roads 821 at any pricey and at your Owr terms we also have a find line of mandolins at greatly reduced instruction Al ways free with these instr lot of four and Siphone lot of new second handed Dai ton Spring wagons with Spring wagons without surveys with Extension lot of horse Hay Hay the for pole or shafts Corn lot of land feed lot lot South Bend lot Syracuse Spring tooth har manure single shovel shovels and one 9hoe seed and Many other articles too numer Ous to Sale to commence at when conditions will be made known by rank j j Arjo Charles Aid fibr Tomim and Legal ment of an kinds written and collections pen Tom All business some would Nurer be this country has Miles of common this would encircle the 50 or go to the non than five but if most of them go there just once arid not come would be Jansi about Aero mod awful talkers some you were sitting with Herf or More than pennyroyal pills fall papers join Doug shades All the latest styles of shadings and and cheer Ful As Well As the most delicate Quality the assortment prices the lowest samples cheerfully you will save Money by making your selections rut of this l by Whf with Church six 21 eighth
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