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John Simmons - j Business Transacted in the Several Courts...
j Business Transacted in the Several Courts This Morning. THE LEBANON BREWING COMPANTS Proper'J Under Consideration — Becfiver Beinoehl Petitions for the Sala of lee Homes Sheriff's Feeds to Be Acknowledged—Cases Acknowledged—Cases Nol Pressed. An adjourned session of court convened convened this moruiug at 10 o'clock, Judges McPharsou, Light and Embich ou the bench. COMMON PLEAP. J. E Reinai'hl, e»i] , presented a ppti- :i"u for f h.-i sale of threa ice houses of the Lebanon Brewing cnmpauy. of which he s receiver, at Tower City, Shamokin aud Elazleton. ' Tbe ice hnnse at Tower Cifv is ap praised at J2T5. Shamokin $275, and Shnmnkiii ar -iSOO Them is also personal property at Huzif ton valued at $400, aud also a mechanics' lit-u ftircrfd Hgniiist it amountiug at, $40o 25 by X. S. G.ivett The receiver also iH't« forth ihat the real estate of the saiil Brewing company was sold at. $27,600 auU the personal property ai $U,l6S The court granted tho order of sale iu the alternative. SHERIFF'S DEEDS. Sheriff Bowman acknowledged a deed .o J. E Reinoehl for real estate in North Lebamm township, sold as tho property of John H Hhillipy. Consideration. 57'JO Aloo a deed to Caleb II We^teubdrger for real estate in the city of Lebanon, sold as the property o! Philip A. Ecken roth, defendant, and II H. \VesTenb**r- ger terra-tenant. Consideration, $1,100. "VVILI, BE AllOUEU. Frank J. Klick vs Wihiam B Albert. In this case where plaintiff recoven-d a verdict ol $400, reasons for a new trial have been filed. On motion of Thos H Capp the case was put down tor argument argument at the next argumeut court, December December 27. L. F. Houck represeut* the defendant. COMMON PLEAS. Grant Weidman marie a motion for tbe appointment of au auditor of tha account of J. M. Shenk, assignee of the Lebanon Trust and Safe Deposit bank, tbe name to be announced later. The court granted the motion. Jonestown Bank vs. Amos Geesaman and William Z^hriug. M-jnr Weidman presented tbe pf titiuu of William Zehring for a rule to show cause why a certain judgment should not be stricken off aud ti fa stayed. The rule to show cause was ranted. KOI.I.E PROSEQUTS. District Attorney bnltzer was permitted permitted by the court to enter nolle prosequi» iu the following cases of December sessions: sessions: Coin, vs. Albert B. Ruth. Embezzlement. Embezzlement. Com. vs. Elliott Nagle. Fornication ind bastardy. Com vs. John II. Sattazahn. Desertion. Desertion. Com. vs. Darius Bonder. Da'rceny as bailee. Com. vs. Elias Fisher. Assault with intent to kill. Com vs. Wm. II. Smith. Fornication and bastardy. \ Com. vs. Joslah Z. Meyer. Assault and battery Com vs Josiah Z. Mever. Desertion Com. vs. W R. Dissinger and Ed. F. Walker. Larceny. Com vs. Albert H. Loose. Fornication Fornication and bastardy. Com vs. Jo'au Simmons. Assault aud ba'terv. C"m vs. John Simmons. Desertion AHj-iu'rued to meet, for the argum*MH of cases ou Weduesday. December 27th. Have you heard the "Columbian Two Step." copyrighted by our former towns man, Grant P Wagner ? It is irresistible and catchy. For s-ile at Millers' Music Store. . dec8-tf.

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 18 Dec 1893, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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