Lebanon Semi Weekly News in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
9 Mar 1896

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Lebanon Semi Weekly News in Lebanon, Pennsylvania
9 Mar 1896

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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - March 9, 1896, Lebanon, Pennsylvania Way Het Hlay us Light 4 at tie rate Peryear e from All parti 01 thu or nutters Taf Ssu Contd be addressed to the 6mhwzeklt Kiwi ii at m Ajith c the the Keiit March subscription Price per Public Sale per conf who 10 a Julie Public Eis hould to Cir mat i Rev m possible so this in this for which a Urc Oscar 1 con Vuu Adam g Norl Tup Isaac in tl1 10 t Lancaster co 10henrj w i Lilly Amo 11jolm Jacob in c John to i u j twp t Erk j e co John s j m is Geow i Julu it to i in 13juhu s 13tdtur v k to a Felt i i l k a a k h i 16otto ski Sou l Camuti up i live of to Iii kill a Dirks a Utji m or n it Len p 17o b tji Rihs Hirk Sio hers Liry i Huck Sivilic near a Grant Hull Mai Uver Milih ocl Uinci up k 18jalin tin leu i Kaki co or l Muir a h Tjit r Utji m in or n to to p near Hill r h Nuril aim ill in p up n Sukalc Eai Ali Nuver Uip so John u i a p b Cru 1 h co Elmo neck i 1 of o Lilure w Mill Rcok up Jacobi l Horn live of cd 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his Bouse last Samuel Breidenstine was hauling wheat to the Lebanon John Kuhl was engaged in quarrying stones for several some of our people attended Henry Boltze Ephraim who was hired with Monroe arrived Home last he will take the Agency for Selling Wash ing machines for Levi Krall our achoo House was closed last week on account of the teacher being Moses Snyder hauled wheat to the Lebanon markets last Frank Stohler school term came to a close for this while Henry Snyder was engaged in sawing Cord Wood with a Small circular the saw broke and apiece flew away with such Force that it could not be Samuel Dissinger received a Load of Wood on George Heisey wears a beaming a bouncing baby boy is the source of Aaron Mace is confined to his bed with brain Henry Reedy made a trip to Schaefferstown on wednesday William Moyer purchased a Fine steer at bleachers Sale on Samuel Stonier was for several Days hauling Cord Wood for last week Moses a whitmoyer was Busy making posts Foi Josiah Samuel Brubaker is making improve ments on his Henry Ebright Wae at work making Post on Friday for William Amy Snyder is hired in the family of John Bomberger at present some of our Village people Are attend ing Public Eales quite Henry Mace paid a visit to his at Buffalo Over Jacob Donci Ore will make improve ments on his 3 he intends weather boarding the House and the wind storm did some damage in our Iriah Karol Ira is building a new sum Mer our Village was Well represented at Zimmerman Sale on Andrew Moyer bought a Fine driving horse at this William Strohm will leave our neigh boyhood in Harry Pond Ore was a caller in our Vil Lage on saturday Henry patches attended the Sale of Menno Light on our store was crowded with people on saturday on one Side of the Ore were Andrew Moyer passed through our Village on sunday Snyder a were Busy sawing Lum Ber last Frank our is full of and is at it Day and night Alfred Crall sold n Carload of boats to Leanac at the United Brethren meeting was Well attended on sunday four new members were Marburger is on a business trip to was the guest of John March Harry Sli Oniey killed a striped Snake of considerable size Lasi week along the Road while going to a Public Henry Kittle rented the dwelling House of Henry in for next John in Pillips is Busy manufacturing he also manufactured three self rocking chairs of the latest Grant Zeiler moved from nac Etown to near Prescott last Shaffer sold one of his horses to Boise of Phila Jacob sat he was formerly employed at Walters in John reports that the Robins have made their appear tiie teachers of the Zion schools held examination on Friday in their respective schools and the pupils passed a creditable examination both to them selves and of a Mem Ber of the Board of directors of the Jones town passed through our Village on while David Houtz was hauling near i ins farm his horse ran away and was j caught by Bright at Zoars Church after doing some damage to the m Doub died after a linger ing illness of nearly 74 she will be buried at Lopps Church on thursday Geisz will Elias in has charge of the on March Geisz will have services in the afternoon at Zoars lutheran Elarch and will lift a collection for the armenian j i i on saturday afternoon Henry l Nee waa roles to Home beyond the having reached the age of 41 she been ailing for sometime with that dread disease deceased was a Fri Uuno and devoted wife and a kind and Loving not Only in the family Circle will Ebe be Bat by her numerous who loved her for her Many qualities of heart and mind and her Sweet memory will Ever remain a pleas ant spot in their she is survived by a husband and an adopted and two and Adam of this and one Thomas of deceased was a consistent member of Friedens lutheran Church and also an Active member of the sunday which will attend the tineral in a the funeral will be held from her late Home on South College on Thors Dav Friedens lutheran mite society on tuesday evening will meet at the Home of on Locust Street the following literary program will be observed miss Emily Ullrich Hiss Estrella my Langhon select Boltz miss May Deppen miss Lydia Beames Peter conductor on car on the found a Bill on his he placed it in the Street rail Way office at where the owner a from Sweet after wards procured it miss assistant state Secretary of the of on sunday evening delivered an address in the five children of Edmund South College Are confined to their Beds with the Berg Esenwein has been secured As one of the judges for the joint debate of the castilian of Leba and the Avon the debate will be held on wednesday in sons of America the Good will Steamer on saturday afternoon was attached to a number of plugs in town and Given a thorough test the object of the test was to ascertain the proficiency of our water of South Railroad is on the sick a number of Young men from town attended a Ball at Wernersville on Satur Day the revivals held in the Church came to a close last the Pas announced the conversion of 41 while 35 have been added to the next Sun Day evening Harry of Leba will occupy the pulpit in the Pas tors on March quarterly conference will be conducted in this and the lords supper will be Rummel and miss Emma Wartluft arrived Here from Tremont on saturday the shirt factory recently erected by Rommel there is meeting with mobb Wartluft is miss Cora Swope was the guest of miss Kate South College Street Martin of visited her and of Leba visited in town on Seibert and of spent sunday in miss Ida Kunkleman on sunday had As her miss Clara of read Benjamin on of our oldest rapid aunt was buried at Lopps be formed Church on fian Zand Meyer he had lived four score the cause of death was a number of children and grandchildren the Union sunday school of Lopps Church have decided to hold an easter festival and no doubt it will be a Frank Wolf visited her and Jared Foscz has been confined to the House for a week with a heavy Mary Eby is busily engaged spinning Flar the horse belonging to Moses Gibble while standing at the Mill frightened and ran it was not Harvey son of Adam who purchased the Hunsicker will begin a member of the l club is studying a certain party on the Way to the Mill with a Load of Grain stopped at a friends House and became so much interested in the conversation that he forgot to the mistake was not discovered until he reached Home when a second trip be too Many of on children instead of attending school Are seen at the Public Philip Aurentz will move to Lebanon the school Board have not paid All teachers their last months John Groh on sunday visited at Leba Yost and of were the guests of at the Immel on sunday afternoon was at miss Lzzie Horst visited her parents at March David Blonch and of steels were visiting friends in town on saturday Charles the practical was called to his eternal Home on Satur Day funeral will be held on interment will be made in Palmyra Simon while closing a had one of her fingers broken by the window falling on it on Friday night thieves broke in David Elliotts smoke who re sides about on half mile East of it contained eight hams and a few Small pieces and six of the largest hams were these Haras were of porkers that killed almost five Hundred they entered through the door by Means of Akey or breaking the the lock cannot be clerk in Gibbles is on the sick Jacob Ging Rich is his a Happy and Joyful Surprise party was held at the Home of and Gingrich on tuesday in Honor of their the following composed the party misses Minnie Mamie Bessie Grace Xora Bertha Mabel Florence Seibert Hettie and Daniel Ralph Oscar Wilson Clyde John Bates and Ross the evening was whiled away in various refreshments were served after which they departed at a reasonable hour Well pleased with their evening enjoyment numerous presents were Lor the third miss Harriet of Harris on sunday a Iii Sang a very pretty entitled thou fount of every by in the Salem lutheran miss Bennethum is becoming popular with the people Olio love to hear her moved o formerly of has rented the room occupied Bylski on tenth Street near Tohonn where he will keep a Supply of face ii meet March Beu is confined to the House with he has been ailing for the last six months but was Able to be about Hunter was a visitor Here re Hunter is a candidate for the office of Stewart left for Reading to visit her a Lancaster party recently purchased the of tobacco from Joseph Jacob Cyras Frank and Frank the following were present at the birthday held in Honor of the 49th anniversary of goods birth John Lizzie Katie Zadoc wife and two Sallie Roll and Maine March Adam who will leave for the far held Sale of household effects on saturday at the mansion the Sale Wae Well attended but goods were knocked Down at a Wallace Hower will leave for Ohio in a free your Kraut lunch was served to gue Aie at the hotel Mumford on saturday night Mary Klopp is suffering from a sore Throat Ember returned from a trip to miss Eva of was a guest at the residence of Jonathan Clark on Samuel Hicks returned from a trip to Crosskill John Stam bought a Fine cow from his Henry Batdorff and Samuel Achey shipped a lot of hogs to Schuylkill Daniel Hunsicker purchased a num Ber of thoroughbred Chester White Breeding sows from of was the guest of his of was Here on official a number of our citizens Are on the sick list owing to the sudden change of the Daniel Hunsicker will abandon the hotel business and will move on his farm on april John the present will move to near Munford traded a Fine trotting Mare from a Jonestown Thomas who of late returned from a Western called on friends in owing to the prevailing winds the roads Are in an excellent Many attended the farm Stock Sale of Solomon Boeshore on this Sale is considered to be the Boss on of the miss sue Klopp recovered from a sore Throat Absolom Leightner will move his fam ily in the tenant House of Ephraim David Zeller bought a lot of Hay at the Sale of William who bought the old Peiffer will commence farming in Achey and of were guests of Samuel Achey on Clara of the family of Zeller on Ley of Behrers was a guest at the residence of Christopher Stambach held religions services in the St Johns Church on Sun after the exercises a collection amounting to was lifted in favor of Charles at a recent March Henry of on Sun Day paid a visit to her who is teacher of rovers held an examination of his scholars on Friday and they have made a Good Hartman is one or our oldest school teachers but we feel proud of our is Mak ing weekly trips to where he finds ready sales for his Samuel Strickler is agent for the be High Valley horse and cattle powder it is very Good and he Sells lots of it Lucien Royer sold his 93 crop of to Bacco to of Lancaster Harry Wallace and Darius Ben of were strollers in our town on Samuel Clay will go to Reading this week to get a fresh Supply of oysters and of was in town on sunday on professional George who was Hurt by a vicious is Able to walk he is one of our famous Hunters hut this time he could not Cross the Bills so Sand March David Himmelberger Jacob witmeyer and Jacob Fortna at tended the Sale of John Peters and miss visited relatives at Daniel Steckbeck and family on Sun Day entertained the following Keh Foss and Willie and Frank Samuel David Rosenburger and Eva san do and Sand Hill was Well represented at he Sale of Daniel Brandt on Milton Everhart and family were the Gnester of Reuben Sholly and family on Many people from this Vicinity attended bleachers Sale on the happiest Man in this town at pres ent is Stephen its a March the North Cornwall literary society held a very successful meeting yesterday when the regular program was carried out the that woman done More for the world than was discussed in the affirmative by Brubacher and by Sarah Bomberger and Lydia the following officers were elected Killian vice Westenberger Lydia Hanck Wolf Brubacher Chor belief for suffering air March Citra president of the red Cross Socie has cabled from constantinople that she has shipped to Alexani Dretta Largo quantities of supplies to go to the suffer ing armenians in the Interior by caravan from the she also forwarded funds to Silas and she re ports that Lato Interior advices show that the pressing needs of the armenians Are deaths master a sue Vearold son of and of 1917 Scull West died on saturday of pneumonia after a Brief an eleven year old child of and Harry of 327 Weidman died today and will be buried to Morrow Isaac Isaac a highly respected and Well known citizen of Swatara town died at her Home at Bunker Friday of she was about 73 years of age and a regular attendant of the reformed Jones she leaves to survive her four of whom three Are Philip Philip one of Allentown oldest died at his Home in that place on deceased was born in Berks and was aged 71 in 1842 he entered the Myerstown Academy where he remained until when he commenced Reading Medicine with Jeremiah Myers in the fall of 1846 he was mar ried to miss Isabella of who with one Makgaret the Bright and interesting two year old daughter of and Jacob 434 North tenth died late Friday death was due to typhoid pneumonia with which she was taken ill two weeks the Little Rattler who had just begun to unlike a new blown in All her Beauty and loveliness and was spreading Sunshine All through the has been tenderly removed into her heavenly Home where she was greeted by the Happy ones who had preceded while the parents Are sad and the Little one shines like a Star in the land Philopena Philopena Maiden name died on Friday at her Home in surrounded by her son and at the advanced age of 89 she was the widow of the late John Iba and highly an Only Isaac and a number of grandchildren survive during the last few years she was tenderly and lovingly cared for by Isaac who came from the West for this and was a great Comfort and Solace to her in her declining deceased was a consistent Mem or of the lutheran a zealous Christian and led an exemplary delighting in doing deeds of kindness to those about she was a woman of Strong convictions and loved to Converse on religions the funeral will be held tomorrow Date broke his leg by slipping on a piece of Zimmerman is one of the oldest members of the reformed de another incendiary March disastrous incendiary fire has occurred in Tho Boston and Albany freight Yard at cottage it was set in a car filled with Oil and spread to a car loaded with sugar and then to lumber and Coal the loss to Stock was and to Railroad property an additional nearly suffocated to March the Resi Dence of Pearson and Oscar were found nearly the chances Are even for their an March Tho example of the students of a crowd at Madison Street and Campbell Avenue gave vent to their feelings in re Gard to the cuban controversy and Inci dentally the desire for fun by hanging 1n effigy King of arrested on a Ball William better known As Bull Eye was arrested on saturday afternoon by patrolman Stine on a bail Long accompanied the officer for some distance and then darted away but was recaptured after a Chase and was soon behind prison he is charged with aggravated assault and Battery and carrying concealed deadly Mab Garft the funeral of the two year old daughter of and Mil of 434 North tenth was held this afternoon from the von Nieda conducted the services and interment was made at it Lebanon undertaker Frantz was in atm Herman the funeral of her Man Greiser was held this morning from her late second and Guilford ser vices were conducted by Zweizig in the Lehman Street and interment was made at Lebanon Philopena the funeral of Philopena late of was held on Sun Day afternoon and was largely the services were held in the lutheran Church and interment followed in the Church Samuel the funeral of Samuel who died at Jonestown several Days was held this afternoon from Bis late Resi at pastor of St Marks Jones had charge of the Sarah services Over the remains of Sara daughter of and mrs James were held Satu Day at 8 in Mary the Little body a dressed in a very pretty White Satin dress with a Bunch of lilies of the Valley place in her tiny folded and looke very Beautiful and the Caske in which she reposed As if she had jus fallen asleep was a White Square Cedar covered with White with High Silver bar it was handsome finished and unique in Bein one of the prettiest Small caskets eve brought the Floral tributes wer sent in by the following friends by Ethel Wynings Margaret and Mary Arnold Helen Arnold begin Roken Emerson Chancy Bune of Mabel Walmer mrs Keiser Beautiful Wreath of Rose and from Mary and Alice Sisters of deceased besides Many othe Beautiful Flowers sent in by from to Oclock Many of he Young companions came to the House Anc viewed the the pall bearers wer school boys who had become compan ions of the All the school attended in a body and accompanied Thi funeral to the where Severa Beautiful selections were Sung by the childrens of which she had been miss Eliza Eckenroth pre pared and dressed the with the there Are sad hearts in the Home o and James for Tai dear who was a pet in the family and a Joy to the parental hearts she was a Dutiful ant her mind was Hill is an offer to All new Send for a years subscription to the sem weekly news and the paper will be sent you two times each week for one which is 104 if at any time within 60 Days you Are dissatisfied with the paper you May order it stopped and we will return All your Money to what More can any one want Here is a fair Chance to sem weekly school Board opinion of City solicitor Fuher on the Sec Retar ship a stated meeting of the Board of school controllers was held in the High school building on Friday Mader presided with Rotter and Seltzer present Ulrich read the following opinion of the City solicitor relative to the Sec which was spread on the minutes to the Board of school controllers of Lebanon school Ulrich has submitted to me the is anybody eligible for the office of Secretary the Board who is not a member of the Board the act of Assembly approved tune which is an amendment of the act of Assembly approved May expressly declared the said Board of controllers shall on the tuesday succeeding the municipal elec meet and organize by choosing a president and Secretary who shall be members of the this clearly governs the question submitted the Secretary must be a member of the Board before he is eligible for the office of Secretary of the Tery truly City the following important report was received and adopted As a whole your special committee on buildings and course of study beg leave to report after due they have concluded to report that the cites growth requires additional school that in the fifth Ward either a new building or an enlargement of the Lin Coln is that the High school building be 4 that the High school course of studies be four years instead of three and include what is now taught in the a class of the first grammar that there shall be but one Gram in which the course shall be three that two building committees be one for the High school an nex and one for the fifth Henry Dii of Pecori evening held their monthly inspection in the ninth and capt Fitzgerald in a Large number of the boys responded to the and appeared in their dress uni various new movements were gone dont forget the clubs thursday in sons of America a string music and a Good t Grain and quotation Tor March but demand Light Dull and weak 2 2 steady and in fair demand 2 for local 2 in Export Dull and weak 2 3 2 Winter in Spring in Bat Ltd and in fair de Mand Small 50 Large bailed by but steady Creamery do jobbing at and easier Western and steady new York part lira with Small sup Slies Yonng Daff fixed and firm fresh killed fair to and old Roost roast my Choice an average Loa broiling chickens Choice slips near by 16t fair to 14a Western Western mixed hens and Young 14a fair to old nearby Western prime City coun at per but firm City 7a of interest to the members at the various lenten services on Friday at 3 in St Johns reformed Che ties on Friday at 7 the class in Catechetics of St Marks reformed Church meets this evening at lecture on wednes Day at the catechetical class of seventh St lutheran Church meets this evening at in the sunday school on wednesday the Church Council of Salem lutheran Church meets this evening at at the Stock and Grain Market reported Skuy by 773 stun Berland March Cotton p1wf Anjer can 73w Delta new of Filberg elected for this terms Oci Able to be Given by at a stated meeting of the Delta held Friday two new members were elected and six propositions the club has a Mem months sociable 1 contracted a severe cold from wet and bronchitis Doc tors failed to relieve several of the members of my family had died of con Andi thought i was Woods Xor was Pine sym brought instant Relief and perfect Union Northumberland i Green March was engaged in surveying land for Elmer Ditzler at this there Are a great Many sittings in on Zimmerman moved from Swalm to the House of county superintendent accompanied by school director Frank visited tie Green Point schools on tuesday some of our citizens attended the Sale of Reuben near on Fri Ferdinand of this is on the sick Daniel of is the attending Grant Miller and Nathaniel Mease Are engaged in hauling Lime to the farm of Amos at this Grant Deaven is Busy hauling Railroad ties to the Railroad at Swatara of pleasant was in on neighbourhood delivering oar is on the Acklis his Many friends a speedy Faesi r of Karaj Nathan residing at 411 East Weidman has in his Possession a number of among them the Fol lowing grandfathers 100 years old German dated 1702 Home made 100 years old Linen table 110 years and Linen table 150 years which he prizes very alleged embezzler Thomas of 1847 Scull was arrested saturday afternoon by chief Ringler and handed Over to of police Thomas of Leffler is charged with embezzlement and was taken to Potterville it is said he embezzled from the Singer sewing machine lira at the Bolt a Bright Blaze was among the waste at the Pennsylvania Bolt and not works late saturday which was quickly extinguished by the employees spontaneous combustion is believed to have been the origin of the Aviolat the Best Salve in the world for Salt chapped fever and All skin and positively cores or no pay re Price 25 cents per for Sale by Boea a of activity far beyond her death has taken her away from All her dear ones on Earth and her loss will be keenly Felt but in the spirit Home her Happy soul dwells with the Angel band and the Savior will keep her forever Safe in his arms of eternal safely now she rests in from All earthly pain released Safe in Jesus arms she in youll meet society Star purse an agreeable Surprise was Given Michael proprietor of the Bast end 15 East Weidman thursday a Large number of including ladies and were music was furnished by the orchestra and a splendid evening was spent a Fine set out was Given the carpet bag a carpet rag party was held at the Resi Dence of Colebrook on thursday when the following were present John Henry Forrest Bennett Simon miss Annie miss Jennie Mica Emma miss Carrie miss Jennie miss Katie Kate Lizzie Charles kill Howard Simon John Simon Robt lunch was served at the usual time by who is an expert at numerous games also were placed which All present took a hand in and which were continued until the Midnight when All returned to their Homes Well pleased with the Good time they had and requesting Boyer to have another party be ship of within the last to 22 having the ladies to the club members will be Given thurs Day March the dance will beheld in Laudermilch Hall and the banquet at the club James Mcgovern was elected president Robert vice and Samuel me the treasurer will be elected at the next monthly murder at a is Hind ten Rte excited Over the killing f prominent new March a Well merchant of was struck Down and killed within a feet of his own door in that the murdered who was 70 years of was returning from his shoe store and had almost reached Homo when he was to was found dying on the Road by two of his William Low and James tread who had been talking with him but a few minutes be Low was on his Way Home when he stumbled Over Tho about the Sanio time to noticed two men running Down Tho it was found that Powell was bleeding to to had received a terrible Cut across the Eye and an other across Tho wrist and still another on the Back of the it is from the Blunt part of an a or which almost crushed in his he was taken to his where he died within half an the brutal affair has occasioned great excitement in this usually quiet Powell was in the habit of carrying a Large sum of and it is thought that robbery was the object of the Mur they Wero interrupted in their and secured do three negroes Havo been arrested on suspicion of the they Are Van Rensselaer John Wayne and Arthur the last named was re leased and went to but he was later rearrested by order of District attorney these who Wero known to to together shortly before Tho tried to Provo an but they were held principally because of the fact that a Briarwood across the bowl of which was carved the name John was found at the spot the murder Powell was believed to have been several of Bis sons Are in the wholesale shoe Trade on Duano this and a brother is president of the City Bank of the american Balling on Christian or Sade i auspiciously new March the presence of a mighty filling Cooper Union o the Ballington the deposed commander of the salvation army of inaugurated the new american to be named the Christian the crowd within the Hall was so great hat the police had to close the hundreds Cro turned within the fall society women sat Side by Side with women of the on the platform e auxiliaries by the who bad taken Oft the insignia of the behind the chair occupied by Jal Lugton Booth sat the venerable Mother of William i after devotional led by major Balling ton Booth it is quite we Bavo decided to inaugurate a new this announcement brought Forth an ther outburst of when it sub be continued could it have been voided it would have but we have Een made to feel that the people of the United states did not wish that we should retire into private recognizing the scope of the largest Opportunity boils and pimples Are due to impure remove them by making the Wood pore with hoods Southern nth West it f l it o Lake w Lake Shore Nash Kansas Pacific new Jersey Cen new York Central Northern Kat Lead Pacific Hall a Bead Paul Omha Southern railway pad Coal Iron Texas Pacific Union Pacific leather Wabash Rel Western Union is 843i Church society Emanuel women missionary society will hold a business meeting on thursday at Salem James Mission workers meet on tuesday evening at the residence of Cyrus Walnut Dorcas society meets at the residence of miss Annie South third on tuesday mite society meets at the residence of Walnut on wednesday memorial ladies mite society will meet on wednesday after at the residence of John North ninth seventh mite society meets this evening at the residence of 427 Lehman Marks ladies mite society meets on tuesday at at the residence of Elias Doh 1119 Mifflin on saturday at 2 Johns meet ing of the women missionary society this evening at x4ft for his of brother to who has been visiting Here for the past several left on an afternoon train for and from he will return to Straussner during his stay in this City has made warm who will regret his Public a rare business Opportunity Jec Eivers Sale valuable lager Beer brewery will be sold at Public on March the Union situate Street and the Philadelphia Reading in her with All the per Sonal a Candini 600 about 600 barrels of Frame by order or the court com Moa Lebanon sit Nineia the real estate and personal property will be the latter in a the lot adjoins the lot of the Lebanon manufacturing company on the lot of Chritian i boiler on the and twelfth Strett on Tiv the brewery consists of a Well Eon sacred three storied Limestone aul is Well supplied we tic modern it quipped from to irn out an Effort Ami nun been about 0 Burr doubled or quadrupled v and we of the Best Ber Ler Imru s brewery is conceded m to cetus in the Neigi Iborti is the Only one in to Tho with Guiod has f easily a who can 1 i Tol one i the this most nov Antof i f it nil right in the Good Iuli Reading Public sales Pei Meyers Public 8ale l personal property will be sold at Public pm March on the farm of Lydia on the Road leading from Annville to 2 Miles from Annville and i Nile South of the Union water the following personal prop head of Eood working horses 1 Black 4 years Good single and double excellent Driver Gray 8 years single and double worker Bay 1 years Safe at Stefanv 01 electric cars sorrel 8 years Eood louder and driven Black Good Leader 3 years old x head of consisting of m milk most of them fresh by Day of some heavy with calf and some fall cows 2 Fine Young Stock balls 4 heifers 100 Berkshire and Chester White consisting of 10 Breeding borne with pigs by Day of Sale 3 Berkshire 8 months old the balance fire ranging from weight of 100 pounds Down to four weeks old pigs 1horse with Box and ladders cow and other and Many other articles not without teams will have the hold delivered free of charge within a limit of five Sale to commence at 1 when conditions will be made known by Eki Killian Gideon Marood open a Lent lot gloss Cash 65 Short car 73 594 car 170 500 450 hogs visible Domestic the following prices prevailed at the Lebanon markets March per Pound h pork 10 8qis 18 127u4 Corn per 13 per 2j per 35 Sweet per per Lima per per per per per per per per corrected weekly by cat per Hock per Lake per 2 red per s per 3 per per 2 10 1c i Snyders Public Sale personal property will he sold at Public on March on the premises of the at b ill Bach Lebanon mile West of Millcreek the following per Sonal 10 coming profit in March and both excellent milkers 2 1 heavy with calf g Durham Stock weighing from Tio to j0j pounds 75 among them Are 9 Berkshire Breeding 1 Chester White 1 Large Poland China and the Are suckling and weighing from 25 pounds up Ono 2 horse a with Ber it Villa make Spring Whitely Good As new new self dump Whitely 2 new self dump land news pad ing new Syracuse Spring har with it Good a new Wiard Corn single and double double set Yankee Good As used Only 1 year breast 2 Fly single Check Grain manure 1 pair tobacco Peck and Hull Bushel one 10horse Peerless Geiser traction engine and star11 Aultman and All As Good As new pair Hay and Many other articles not Sale to commence at 1 when conditions will be made known by Becker and Marat by o heart of Tho retail Good Itu Ard Pennsylvania tie door to receive or ship by a Pok a pushing business fru Iii to can remain on 4rbcume and it face foil Thi 4gsule on the premises it John March attention All pea pop prize to we Are the largest and dealers in the Lebanon we make All our a non stick Brown behave the exclusive Sale for for the finest line of Ever our up Date prize Packar peanuts sell like hot if you want to make Money at sales Here is the place to have As Fine a line of goods As any jobber in the give us a Moore he 2224 ninth if your corns or Bun ions Are have in easy Shoa to order by Davd 720 c Brianti manufacturer of shoe and Gaiter Alia dealer in Sci her and Sioa find incs i b puck per 3 25 yellow per 3 25 Lebanon daily per Semi weekly per Apple per per per 4 per 20 per 5 sour per horse per 5 per mince per 2 25 sales of beef cattle March the receipts were West Philadelphia Yards North Penn 300 ook Neisley Public Sale of Western horses will be sold at Public on March at Tho Penn pro in Tho City of Lebanon one car Load of carefully selected Western consisting of heavy draft Fine Drivers and Oen Leral 1urpose we would Call attention to one gentleman Fine Road 5 years not afraid of without fault or and can Trot better than these horses Are from 3 to t years and Are sound and in Good con will arrive n few Days before when they can be seen at Tho above mentioned place a credit of 00 Days will be kale to commence at when conditions will the made know by Book to keep it before the our line of for men and in All for dress and guaranteed to Wear and this week we receive a lot of mens Lor dress and it you fail to give us a Call you will miss great Call and see i in rubber Man Ltd i Bei previous ves weeks 4220 beef me bit x Good 2 state or j4e thin 7c Milch s2u 000 Elor and produce the following Are the prevailing prices paid by our merchants for country corrected by in 12316 fresh Doz n any civilized Felt that there was not for one salvation nor or but for we have therefore decided to Start a movement to win Over the Middle or parti can we will not fight with the salvation army in words or Ramons nerve and Bone of cons Benrus and far ask in in in dried apples Fessler Public Sale Fine shoats will be sold at Public on March at the Public House of William near the Lebanon the following live one car Load or Chester 8hoats Ana this is an extra line lot and weigh from 50 to 150pounds also Fine breeder sows and boars Poland China eff Subhi Stock was selected with care in Chester county and will be sold without in need of pigs or sows is invited to attend this a credit of 4 months will be sate to commence at 1 when conditions will be made known by Fussler mar5td soles at 846 Cumberland Catarrh Isa m Wal bobs Public Sale of one car Load of Western horses will be sold at Public on March at the Penn pro in the City of Lebanon one car Load of Western co stating of Good Drivers and Busi Ness from 4 to 7 year Weihin Effrom to excellent business horses and draft two pairs of Fine Black will arrive a few Days before the when they can be seen at the above mentioned a credit of co Days will be Sale to commence at 130 conditions will be made known by local is the result of Sadden climatic j it Cau be cured in a ant remedy which is Dpi plied directly into the edit gives Relief at Elys Cream Bali acknowledged to be Tow Moa thorough cure for nasal Clil in head and Hay fever of All and cleanses the nasal pass heals the from restorer Rhu i und i Flamma Jio membrane of taste and Trice it or by Ely Brothe Kivi warm weak backs Are relieved by cwt Ticu Belloc Wii 0 it touches the Grain corrected weekly by s trickier1 s b new Lek in Tefft pennyroyal pills boiling water or wallpaper at wholesale prices 10o samples new de Sirras Aad elegant gilts and Borders sane Low wet granted co snit or Moner Send for Aee de net when k 8o2 Wetty Lour c Liberal i scouts to data and lives took

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