Joseph Oberly

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Joseph Oberly - THIS AMD THAI. Use plenty of lemons. They are...
THIS AMD THAI. Use plenty of lemons. They are heal thy. Tbe Farmers' Alliance of Mt.ZIooba«ii.;f ecnred its charter. . ,,"•>*• A new school honss will be bnilt thfe ummer at Naoetownj Jackson township. Soda fountains have been doing » good msiness lately. Keep in tbe shade aa much as possible. Sixty-six soldiers' orphans were trans- Terred from Mt Joy to Chester Springs. The body of Harry Shenk, who died in his city on Saturday, was interred at Annville yesterday. Tbe Sunday schools of /jjhvi'le will picnic at Mt. Gretna on August 5th. The body of Mrs. Luther Whitman thf« morning was bronght from Steeltoo and this afternoon was interred on Mt. Leba- non cemetery. G. A. Smith, of Heilmandale, has a ounff Jersey cow which yields him eight lounds of butter per week. Geo. W. Bowman, of Lebanon, e*enr- lion manager for the Cornwall & Lebanon railroad, is in Reading booking excursions Tor Mt. Gretna during tho National Guard encampment.—Reading Eagle yesterday. Joseph Oberly, of this city, employed at Cornwall, last evening in attempting o board a special train, fell under ona of lie cars aud would have mec with; a serious accident bad not a friend pulled lim from his dangerous position. Messrs Peter Haner. J. M. Meily and L L Schram, arbitrators in tbe case of Humlrow tleshtock vs John Bullock, for claim of $65, made an award in favor ufdefemUuc. Jacob Is a dandy. We mean Jake Rup- oert, the Hew York '-beer man." Try iis lager at the Columbia House, on Wil. ow street. The Neversink Mountain railroad, Reading, has been completed with the uxceptioa of the electrical part. Tbe road is fifteen miles in length, and will be open. lor public travel on July 4. The e.ir»wiir >e run by electricity and gravity, except m "big days," when locomotives each < I raw ing three cars will be used. Hood's Sarsaparilla is in favor with; ill classes liecan.-w it c-imbinen economy intl strength. 100 Doses One Dollar. • Tbe Cnban Giants have the lend In the [nter State League. On the Fourth of July they play two games with the Leba- ion club at Penryn. Don't fail to witness witness tbe games. july2-2t Miss Catharine Murdock, aged 78 years, died on Monday morning at the residence of Mr. John Sholly, near Mt. Zion. She was a. sister ot Rev." William Vlurdock, of Auburn, Sonny IkitI county, Pa. Her burial will take place at Kimmerling's Kimmerling's church to-morrow. Straight'from tbe London batten ijomes tbe handkerchief bat, which has been especially designed for the benefit of the tailor made eirl It has a stiff straw brim, while tbe crown displays the gay stripes of figures of a large silk Handkerchief arranged in dainty twists, and turns with the corners arranged in pointed ends at the Ivtc side. BEECH AM's PILLS act like magic on a Weak Stomach. Barbey's beer is a splendid article, and at the Columbia House, it is ice cold. If you desire to see the crack game of base ball go to Penryn Park on tbe Fourth • if July, when the Cuban Giants and the Lebanon club will play two games. At tbe Columbia House, on Willow street—the celebrated Lebanon Export, ice cold—excellent to the taste. WANTED—A Boy to Learn the Printing: Trade. Apply at tbe maySO tf NEWS Owncs. Jacob Rnppert's New York beer if gloriously rqlreshing—especially at tbe Columbia House, wbere it is "as cold as ice can make it." Call on Frank H. Erb, the Merchant Tailor, for a good and well fitting suit of clothing;. Yon will find him at 33 North. Eighth Street, Lebanon. Pa. Barbey's popular beer, as cold as if th* winds of mild winter had swept over it,is constantly on tap at the Colombia House. If yon want an Infant's high counter (ankle supporting) shoe, call at A. C; Seaman's, 112 North Ninth street. junellMf Ruppert's New York beer, freah as the full blown roae. is a popular beverage at the Columbia House, on Willow street Frigid schooners of Lebanon Export sail daily from tbe Columbia House bar. juue20-tf No matter what may be the ills yon bear from indigestion, a dose of Ayer's Cathartic Pills will ease yon without question. Just try them once and be assured; assured; they have much worse dyspeptics cured. You'll find them nice and amply- worth the price. SOCOHT FOB the last bnndred years. A' remedy for catarrh, hay fever and cold in the head found at last in Ely's Cream Balm. Safe and pleasant to nse and easily applied in the nostrils. It gives i-dlief at once and a thorough treatment positively cures. Price 50 cents. When the dust of sultry summer causes thy eyes to water, hie tbee hence to the ''olnmbia House and regale thyself with Barbey's beer. jane20-tf- This is the season when the system requires requires a thorough cleansing. Nothing answers so well as tbe Standard Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier. Try a bottle and be convinced. As good as it is cheap. Wherever there is a baby there should be a bottle of Infant's Colic Mixture. It is the mother's delight. It cures wind eolic, allays pain, and in teething softens tbe gums, regulates tbe bowels, and renders renders teething easy. For sale by all druggists. druggists. Ask for tbe Lebanon Medical Co.'s, iind take no other. A carpenter, by the name of M. S* Powers, fell from the roof of a house East Des Moines, low*, and sustained a painful and serious sprain of the wrist, which be cured with one bottle of Chamberlain's Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says it is worth $5 a bortle. It cost him 50 cents. Tor •ale by Qeo. Ro«» <fe Co. "~

Clipped from Lebanon Daily News02 Jul 1890, WedPage 1

Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania)02 Jul 1890, WedPage 1
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