1888 November 20 Geo Patterson of Chambersburg

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1888 November 20 Geo Patterson of Chambersburg - Sterrett and the cases in the at as early a...
Sterrett and the cases in the at as early a government of nnder discussion resolution of J. A. Price, of and energy in legislation cities of the most efficient the late ad a gateman station. He. beautiful!" crowning effort of I it will bring it notr two dollars. Were Written and rouge gentleman lady. And her that his kiss Nowadays men It would get So a clean face who has any majority of six, and proposo to Bee that justice is done to the other members whom the Democrats are trying to count ont by fraud. Cumberland Valley Notes. Nearly an inch of snow fell in Carlisle on Sunday night Mlhs Mame Cramer, of Harrisburg, is vis iting Carlisle friends. Harry Adams, of Post 58, Harrisburg, is visiting friends at Carlisle. There are said to be 437 applicants lor deputy sheriff in Cumberland county. bamuel Greason, of G reason, who has been seriously ill, is now greatly improved. William bponsler, of the friendship fire company, ol Harrisburg, is now working at the foundry at the Carlisle car works. George Patterson, one of the best known colored men in Chambersbnrg, died ou Sunday Sunday at 2:30 A. M., after a long illness, aged 53 years. A little girl of five years, while on a visit to a family named Hertzler.wcst of Carlisle, on Saturday, broke one of her legs by a fall while jumping from a hassock to the floor. The Teachers ln8t:tute of b raukun county met in its 35th annual session in Chambers - burg yesterday afternoon. The afternoon's exercised consisted of addresses by County Superintendent Slydnr and by Superintend ent McNeal, of Dauphin county, and the election of a secretary, Mr; J. II. Shank, of Chambersbnrg, being elected. In the even ing Mr. Samuel Gelwix delivered the address of welcome, which was responded to by Prof. McCaskey, of Waynesboro. Dr. Baer delivered an address on "Home Influences.' Over 275 teachers are present , 4ft ft A Settlement of the "Q" Strike Expected. the the services no train it I he Aad yet aged she was her excitement and her and, is survive ot taken J. made ar. to

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph20 Nov 1888, TuePage 1

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)20 Nov 1888, TuePage 1
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