1900 April 28 Hbg Telegraph

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1900 April 28 Hbg Telegraph - Get. at Ohio they from the got monument the...
Get. at Ohio they from the got monument the acres The and of who John T. J. A 1UO Good their Boston, the tour gives has opportunity as is M. Bos - of Hall. too cur organization until of a largo excellence of rarely played in lovers whose - hole ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 CUMBERLAND VALLEY. T. P. McCleary has been appointed postmaster of Five Forks. Waynesboro will continue to pay $112 for each of its arc lights. The Cumberland Valley Telephone Company Company has voted to increase its capital stock from $50,000 to ,$75,000. Waynesboro citizens have petitioned the Post Office Department for a fourth letter carrier, and Congressman Mahon Tromise3 to push the matter along. The marriage of Miss Annie M. Hahn, of Gettysburg to Harry W. Middour, Waynesboro, was solemnized at the parsonage parsonage of the First United Brethren Church by the Rev. W. H. Washinger. Sarah L. Newcomer, late of Southampton, Southampton, by hex will just proved gives her entire entire estate to Lizzie X., wife of W. ivl. Foglesonger, with the latter as executor. Most of the property, valued at $5,000, is in Kansas. Star route between Ilagerstown and Reid and Wingertcn will be discontinued after May 14th, and the mail will hereafter hereafter he carried in closed pouches on the Washington & Franklin Railroad. Edward Young and Miss Laura. Bell Bit - tiiiger, both of Scotland, were united in marriage at the parsonage of the First United Brethren Church, Chambersburg, by the Rev. W. H. Washinger. Of the five appeals from Cumberland county which were argued before the Superior Superior Court a monh ago, two have been decided and both have been affirmed. They are: Anna M. Pipher, guardian, vs. J. Carlton Duke, et al., and the appeal of Sarah S. Kistler, executrix of Catharine Myers, deceased. No decision has yet been rendered in the Peter Bell case. The marriage of Miss May Brough, Clrambersburg, to Charles C. llollings - wcrth, of Waynesboro, occurred at the parsonage cf the First United Brethren Church, Chambersburg. The Rev, W. H. Washinger officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Hollingswcrth will reside in Chambersburg. Chambersburg. Mrs. L. J. Sheafler was taken ill suddenly suddenly at her residence in Greason and diet! in the evening. The deceased was aged 48 years and is survived by her husband and two children, viz: Mrs. Theodore Goodha.rt, of Greason, at whose residence she died, and Charles, also of Greason. Mrs. Rebecca Bemebrake, a. former resident resident of Quicy, but who removed to Ila - ge rst own t hree years ago to mike her heme with her granddaughter, died at that place, aged 7S years. Orders continue to increase at the office of the Chambersburg Engineering Company. Company. Within the last two days contracts contracts have been closed for a. 4,000 - pound single frame hammer for the Midvale Steel Company, at Nicetown, Philadelphia; Philadelphia; a 6,000 - poiuwi double frame hammer for the Carnegie Steel Company's Homestead Homestead plant and a 4,000 - pJund double frame hammer for the Friek Company, Waynesboro. These orders were obtained obtained in face of the keenest competition and cm the merits of the work turned out by the company. At the residence of Representative W. W. Brit.ton, Upper Strasburg, Samuel V. Wingert and Miss Mary Britton, daughter daughter of the Franklin county Representative, were united in marriage, the Rev. H. N. Bassler, of the St. Thomas charge of the Reformed Church, performing the cere - VILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. rnony. The wedding was quiet, only the immediate relatives of the twro families being being present. The groom is the county surveyor surveyor of Franklin county. After the wedding ceremony the couple drove to Shippensburg, where thpy took a Cumberland Cumberland Valley train for New York, where they will spend thtir honeymoon. Miss Hannah Renfrew, the oldest daughter of John Rcnfrew.who died years ago and the last of her family, died at the Renfrew farm at Duffield. The infirmities infirmities of old age were the causes of death, Miss Renfrew being in her 87th year. She died in the house in which she was born. Miss Renfrew is survived by a number of nephews and nieces, as follows: ' John and William Kerr. Robert and John Cris - well and Misses Nannie and Etta Criswell, Chambersburg; Mrs. J. J. CofTman and Miss Annie Burns, Scotland; John R. c - Elroy, Philadelphia, and Frank T. McEl - roy, Steelton. Upton Dill, of Altondale, near Waynesboro, Waynesboro, ig lying in a critical condition at Rouzerville, the result of injuries received in a runaway accident. Dull was returning returning from a. trip in the mountains to Waynesboro, Waynesboro, when the horses he was driving took fright and dashed toward this place at a frightful speed. Dull was thrown out and dragged twenty yards. He was severely injured about the head and upper - part of the body and his left shoulder was fractured, and he was picked up in an tin - conscious condition and remained in that state all night, regaining consciousness Thursday morning. The wagon collided with a telephone pole and the runaway horses caught. He is about 40 years of age. One of the prettiest weddings solemnized solemnized in Waynesboro in years was that of Samuel Hockman, a young man, and Miss Yiiola Miller, daughter of Jacob J. Miller, a director of the Washington and Franklin Franklin Railroad and of the Baltimore & Cumberland Cumberland Valley Railroad, and one of Waynesboro's Waynesboro's wealthiest citizens. The Rev. Franklin F. Banner, the bride's pastor, officiated. officiated. The bridal party consisted of Mis Ada. Frantz, Glyndon, Md.. maid of honor; Misses Edith Nunemaker, Em - mittsburg; Bessie Middiekauff, Hagers - town; Bertie Forthman. and Nora Werner, Waynesboro, bridesmaids. Don Hockman was best man and Frank Davis and D. L. Miller, Waynesboro, ushers. Miss Mary Potter sang the wedding march, from "Lohengrin," accompanied by Miss Mae Goiod on the piano. We have just received Mc Gall's Magazine Magazine for June. It contains two beautiful colored - plates and more than a hundred illustrations of patterns of artistic designs: designs: We give the table of contents: Summer Hats. Dressmaking, Hints, What to Wear This Summer, A June Luncheon, Stylish Costumes for Misses, Wrinkle - and How - to Care for Them, Attractive Ways of Ma.king up Washable Materials, Strange Card Games, Fashionable Mourning, Concerning Concerning June, Handkerchief Waists and Other Novelties, A Fashionable AccomplishmentWomen AccomplishmentWomen Fencers of New York (illustrated by photographs), Parisian Fancies, Fashion Notes, Home Remedies, Fashionable Homemade Neckties, How the Course of TYue Love was made to Run smooth (story). Mothers'' Column, Kissing Kissing Children, Putting Children to Bed, Health Notes, Marriage Superstitions,

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 28 Apr 1900, Sat,
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