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;l»y» uninjured. Peoli, foot Presbyterian pflrt of the taking coti- in n s will be but it W of Denmark," PERSONAL. Turner Ci, firown is in Cleveland. Dr. C. F. Hunter is now at Austin, Texas. Miss Jennie Thompson has gone .llinois. Miss Corn Robertson i't here from Kanesvllle. Capt. W. M. Farrar is hack from Pennsylvania. John Cowden, of Kansas, is visiting he neighborhood of Otsego. Miss Alice Hammond, of Olatho, as, Is visiting her relatives iiorc. Kobcrt Mason and daughter have urncd to their home in Dakota. Mrs. Kate Latming, of Kmporia, Kau- MIS, is visiting her friends in this !·'. M. Cowcn, Esq., of St. Clairsvilb, was hero on legal business on Mrs. Spooring, of Ft. Wayne, s visiting bar daughter, Mrs. K. C. Mrs. t'. C. Cowgill and Mrs. W. P. Uroomhall, of Spencer's Station, arc ick. Hon. John Hunter, of Alliance, is ting here for a day or two, tho Or. Locke. Misu Muttie Nnee has returned to iew, after spending several months in Iowa and Illinois. Fred. Koscmoud, recently of the Ham[ton AViri, has returned here to read aw with White Campbell. Miss Cisca Miller and Miss Mattio .iill visited the family of Dr. W. A. jiH'ili, at Caldwell, last week. Uev. J. O. Bluet;, of licllairc, assisted lev. Kumler in n series of meetings /nmborland, with good results. Miss Alice J.ippitt loft Cumberlanl Tuesday for Opolis, Kansas, to join arents in their now western home. A. A. Sipe, formerly of Cambridge, low editor of Iho Fort Hocovory A'eui Vj'd, has lieen sick during the past Hurry O. Simons left on Monday ake charge of the collecting department f the Singer Sewing Machine office Hauesville. John I. Morlcdge, of Ciirrollton, nero over Sundr.y, the guest of his Mrs. J. S. Protise. He left on 'or Texas. James Ingraiu, ol' Wheeling township, and George Umstodt and James of Union Mills, have gone to :o purchase farms. Ad. Alexander, of Tyner, loaves week for Kansas. He will bo accompanied by Miss Lizzie Dayton, who been visiting hi.s family. Miss Cora Moore is making rapid progress in her studies ut the Dana Institute. She now plays tho kettledrum

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  1. Cambridge Jeffersonian,
  2. 25 Jan 1883, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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