William S Hoerner, Cumberland Valley
- a 11 CUMBERLAND VALLEY. Shi ppensburg wants a larger water sup ply. John J. bponsler. of Mechanicsburg. is dead. - Three - months - old Nellie Wise, of Metal. died January 25th. William C. Smith, of Shippensburg.has been granted a pension. A large hre occurred in the vicinity of Greencastle Thursday night. The condition of Judge SteWart, of Chambersburg, is still serious. ft. JL llartzell & Co. will on Monday open a broker's office in Carlisle. Miss Catharine Brown, aged C3, of Amberson Valley, died January 20th. The will rt the ' le Joseph D. KralL of Mechanitobnrg, "? i probated yesterday. George Kissinger, of Dickinson town ship, injured his left leg by a fall the other day. Harry Kaufman, of New Cumberland, run a large meat hook into his eye - lid v eonesday. Frank G. Bashorc and Miss Beckie E. Dietz, of Mechanicsburg, were married January 28th. Samuel Rhodes, of Lanark, 111., formerly a resident of Greencastle, died re cently aged 86. It now transpires that Samuel Myers, of Middle Spring,' is not dead, but on a fair road to recovery. John M. Miller, of Carlisle, will wed Miss Frank M. Hastings, of Penn town ship, in the near future. Henry Karner wedded Rebecca, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer of near Lehmaster, Thursday. After a lingering illness Mr. Fulton Lindsay died at his home, one mile from Orrstown, on Thursday night. The barn on the farm of Mr. William Dull, near New Guilford, narrowly escaped destruction by fire Thursday. Miss Ida Stouffer, special artist at the Columbus (O.), watch factory, has re turned to her home in Stoufferstown. A reception to Prof, and Mrs. W. K. Dare was given Thursday evening at the residence ot J. Herman Boiler, Carlisle. John Bash, the man who had his hands blown off with dynamite several months ago while at work on the C. & G. R. R., has completely recovered. Among recent deaths in the valley are the following: Jonas Zimmerman, aged about 40. of : near Hickorvtown : Mrs. Sarah E. Vale, of Carlisle; Mrs. Elizabeth Coif man. of Mechanicsburg, aged 87; George Zug, of Mt. Holly, and Thomas Stough, of Newville. These officers of the Southern Alumni Association, of Franklin and Marshall College, were elected in Hagerstown Thursday evening: President, Hon. W. Rush Gillan. - ot Chambersburg; vice president, William S. Hoerner, Esq., of Chambersburg; secretary, C. E. Hilliard, of Hagerstown; treasurer, ltev. J. A. Holt - heins, of Martinsburg, W. Va., and the executive committee. Revs. W. T. L. Kieffer. of Mercersburg; C. Cort, of Greencastle. and Prof. G. C. Pearson, of Hagerstown.