1897 August 18 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1897 August 18 Harrisburg Telegraph - the Old Forge a year ago. B. M. Nead, Esq., of...
the Old Forge a year ago. B. M. Nead, Esq., of Harrisburg, wiil respond to the address of welcome at the opening exercises of the centennial celebration celebration of Chambersburg Academy, Thursday evening. The social reunion will take place at Mont Alto Friday afternoon. afternoon. 1. H. Keefer, of Chambersburg, had h'.a leg badly cut by the kick of a horoe the other day. Oliver Groome. of Pond Bank, died from the effects of injuries sustained while boarding a freight train a few days ago. William Lochbauin, of Chambersburg. bad hiia wrist cut to the bone in a band saw the other day. 2fiss May Hockenberry will have charge of the preparatory department of the Chambersburg kindergarten the coming term. James Kirk pa trick and wife, Metal township, have made a deed of voluntary assignment to J. H. Ledy, Chambersburg. Deaths Wesley Shafer, Brown's Mills; Minnie E. Kirk, of near New Franklin; Joseph Ilari'acker, Mechaniesburg; Barley Barley Cook, Carlisle; .Herbert Le Roy, North MiddJeton. W. L. Craig, Scotland, and Messrs. An derson ud Brenneman, Chambersburg. has formed a partnership and will engage in the fruit commission business. Stanley Behney, of Carlisle, broke his collar bone by a fall from a hammock the other day. A pony owned by .Ni'Wtcm ilyers, of Carlisle, Carlisle, was so lacerated by a barb win - fence that iit had to be killed. John Claudy and Miles Brown, of Carlisle, Carlisle, Lave gone to Minneapolis, Minn., to Itx - itte. The late Mm. Elizabeth Wagner, i.f Bloserrille, bequeathed $60O to the Upiier Frankford Brick Church. Bids for the new building of the Thurston Thurston & Wiener Shoe Company, Carlisle, will be opened Friday ait 10 A. M. Marriage Licenses H. M. Walters and Bertha D. Nun, both of H'ampdeu township. township. F. E. Middlekauf, manager of the Troy Steam Laundry, Carlisle, has resigned, to fake effect on September 1st. No - successor successor has yet been chosen. Bert McCoy, of Mechaniesburg, is again in jail, charged by P. W. Lease with the larceny of a bay miare, buck wagon with top and set of harness, all valued at $100. A panty of seven Indians from Fort Hall School. Idaho, arrived at the Carlisle school Friday evening in charge of Su perintendent Locke. They came from Cal ifornia and. lda.no and are those possessing the highest standing in all branches and deportment. the vacant' schools m Southampton township has been filled by the election of the following: Leeaburg grammar, T. A. ijrreenawait, omppensbnrg; Clerersburg grammar, Miss Nannie Martin, Shippens - burg; Oak Grove, Miss Hoch, The schools open on Monday, September 6th, foT a. term of seven months. Longest Sentence on Record. I

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 18 Aug 1897, Wed,
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