H M Hoerner, Cumberland Valey
CUMBERLAND VALLEY. Isaac White shot a large wild cat on the Henry Stouffer farm near Rocky Spring, in Franklin county. 1 he suits of 11. m. Hoerner against the Cumberland Valley railroad, and George M. Brandt against the Philadelphia, Harrisburg and Pittsburg road are set down for trial at Carlisle to - day. Photographs of the railroad tracks at Mechanicsburg, where Hoerner was struck by a train, were mirouuceu mm me iriui. John A. Nicodemus, of Edgemont. ono of the most extensive fruit growers of the south Mountain peacli belt, says the prospects thus far for a crop of peaches is good. " My orchariis, now seventeen years old," said he, - "are in better condition than ever before." To - daw the Dickinson College Glee club went taMartinsburg, Va., where they will appear in a concert this evening. They will alsd attend a large party to - night. On .Saturday night they will appear at Cham bersburg and return home Sunday. A tract of land near Hertaler's mill. Lower Allen township, Cumberland county, owned by Levi Hertzler, has been purchased by the P., H. & P. railroad company, . liev. J. W.Jsentz married at New King ston, on .Tuesday, W. L. Foy, of Harris - risburg, and Miss Hat tic Shutt, of New Kingston. The Republican county convention will be held in Chambersburg on March 15th.