Margaret Congleton - 6 Aug 1878, Delaware County Daily Times, Chester, PA

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Margaret Congleton - 6 Aug 1878, Delaware County Daily Times, Chester, PA - per cent, and $850 at 13{, per cent. be 9...
per cent, and $850 at 13{, per cent. be 9 UP--This morning, about 9 the steamship Lord dire, of the Line, passed up to Philadelphia. LODGERS.--Not a solitary lodger in station Lnase last night. inouial is not solicited, but J give it in tbe hope that others mav ue benelHted as I have been. (Signed) MKS. N. PUVEV. 13 Hoott Corporation. Sold by M. 11. Bickley. Send for pamphlet. DR. Gii-Fri. 120 West Bioadwny. X- Y. Trial size 23 cents. DIED. PITSEY.-- On the 3d inst.,. Samuel W.Pusey. in his -list year. The relatives and friends of tne family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral fioin his late residence Fourth and Morton avenue. Chester, Pa., on 4th day, 8 mo., 7th. Leave- the house at 1 o'clock. To proceed to Cumberland Cemetery. $'· BENTLEY __ At Upland, on the 4th inst.. Harriet, the beloved wife of R. Spencer Bctit- ley. The relatives and frtends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funersil from the residence of her husband, ut Upland, on Wednesday, AugustTth, to meet at the lioue at 2 o'clock P. M. Funeral to proceed to Upland Cemetery. Past her sufferings, past her pain. Cease to weep, for tears are vain ; Cairn the tumult of thy broait. She who suffered is at re«t. · / N.-- Ju this citv, on the Ctli inst., Mrs. Margaret Congleton, in tlie,70t!i year of her age. Due notice of the funeral will be given. MEETIUfU XOTES. tbe last day of the 7th annual Heights camp meeting, opened out and cloudy, and about 4 o'clock it commenced to shower, lasting until 5, when the came out beautifully. Great efforts had made to make this the most interesting of all. Toward evening the crowd commenced visibly to increase, everybody in the neighborhood coming to take in tbe parting exercises. During the day meetings were in progress at some tents or in the main auditorium. day was commenced with the 5 o'clock meeting, conducted by Rev. Enoch in the central tent, and continued almost without intermission until between 4 and 5 this morning. So great was number of anxious inquirers at tbis tent these meetings were continued during regular preaching* at the stand. At the a like degree of interest was displayed. the first week of camp many were that this meeting would not be a success, either as to numbers attending, or as to

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