1890 July 7 Hbg Telegraph

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1890 July 7 Hbg Telegraph - HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY GRETNA THIS SOLDIERS...
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY GRETNA THIS SOLDIERS Two Troops Batteries and Report R. It. Practically to Mount commanding the issued the following proceed by rail there encamp Pennsylvania, errive at their Sixth cavalry, command of cavalry. from Fort artillery, from artillery, light artillery Fort Warren arrive there infantry, Y. (fully officered, of non - commissioned commissioned an I with Lieutenant infuntry. artillery, is cf the regular Gurovite, Eleventh camp quartermaster WEST PAIRYIEW. Special correspondence oi the Telegraph. West Faibyiew, July 7. Mr. Jacob Wagner has assumed the cornet in the Lutheran Lutheran church, to succeed Edward Olewine, who has gone to Brooklyn', N. Y. Rev. A. E. Aller and wife are taking their vacation, visiting friends at McConnelsbnrg, Franklin county. Rev. Aller is pastor of the Methodist church at this place. The M'sses Mamie and Laura LudetaKer and Annie Sweitzer, of your city, spent Sab bath with their friends, Miss Lizzie Disney and Ray Kilheffer. Mr. Morris E. Smith, one of our popular young men, has been rusticating in the coun try for a few weeks. He will leave tor Atlantic Atlantic City soon. After a pleasant visit of a few days witn her friend, Naomi Ebersole, Miss Annie Smith, of York, returned home this morn - Miss Cora Sweetwater, ot Belletonte, and Miss Annie Fleisher, of Philadelphia, spent Sabbath with the family of Theo. M. Moltz. Mr. A. Hoover and family left tor uenders - ville, Adams county, to recuperate their health. They will b gone about six weeks. Miss Nora E. Marion, of Camp Hill, who was visiting her mend, Bliss uertna w nn - comb, returned home yesterday afternoon. The Misses Clara Earn and Rosie Marshall returned home on Saturday after a few days' pleasant visit with friends in your city. Mr. Smiley P. Dunbar.oneot uioomneio s rising young men, was in town calling on friends during Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Hiram J. and Wilson R. Dunbar, nailers, left this morning for Sunbury, where they have secured work in their line. Mr. Elmer Hippensteel, of Northumber land, is visiting his biother. This gentle man is a nailer in the works there. Miss Ida Speck, daughter of Rev. Speck, who was visiting here for a few days, returned returned to Chamhersburg yesterday. Miss Minnie Sierer, who was visiting And the arrived new correct of a ment. be Tsui's abused wh'n his that A Tsui. repeals I United effect Foreign Blaine have rage, the cred letter breaks

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