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Daily Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 22, 1883, Williamsport, Pennsylvania e f XIV Ml I ION O CLOCK A M OVER IN OHIO Vt Of TRE TIOS AT V O Di IX is a close fhe s gluing the I w more short wherein to of our stock thp chonce ti be lost to you to bnj s I and Shoes at He rented our to ISth of on yet be of no to nearly all who s cr are pretty so Oie at the mexcy uf e our elock ytt am Milling now to cell a for we we a yet to Cril gold they be no If you Hats Veilings Cor- Cipe K Gloves k fee -ee Vv e a people of bal X CO i June 21 In the ic convention two ballots were for governor After the concluded on the ballot tome began for the est prevailed and a motion to nominate Hoadley bv w earned He had in the of 319 being to a choice Judge Hoadley accepted the nomination to a brief speech me convention thm Judge Hoadley soon appeared and the nomination in A brief address he ois with the party said that he had wandered time with the to fight the battles of thp colored race the Democracy was broad enough to receive him again He esteemed it a compliment to be nominated over candidates and believed that the place whose principles liberty self control in temperance matters and system THE PAH 11 itie work of nomination was frequently and In the time General ward was brought in a speech in which he severely ir- thp party for failing to hig thirty years service Not to be he announced himself publicly as a can- for United States Senator A by Judge Geddes was In a what vein though both pledged to the Democratic la bo BuLf con- trolling of the in this city met to-night and by General George S jme new body which wag elected at the primar on is com- posed of 180 members or one from each voting precinct of the city Hi a member of tlie banking house of K Sons and nominee of Men's Democratic mia body hiB alt the party machinery The convention was entirely h to tie G June 21 x earnings of the Philadelphia and the profits for sat the month of ol ioe business of rihe coal and Iron company shows for the as with the for mouth year itie not of both companies the flnt five months of the year being a Kith period of year of Sj SI have Issued their loss of power to beep np They Jest and to by tl however they In for their country and mnst m wants a to is tic of left for to to to tie B upon die rion to the side h Kit U the coj noder In Ohm f s C1 21 usly by boiler on yesterday were id a TV ot IV daw ot F A of te V f 3 PA JUNK A BALTIMORE SENSATION PRICK I -i H I Si iix Belle two three to John Soo s -t Pa together cor- uso Mnd of br thl Itie IB NQ J from a m the of ap employe H Neil be hey i -I bat ill probably recover me is 8500 000 Lm is a large me the tire quickly people from for rne doing to check the but far the efforts s however in of At about 5 persisted in close tn Uv baming more or A says At 10 o'clock to-night the was con trul It by a from a of and scattering liquor number of other one being so true 5 direction jpersons as long John Joseph Cooper William Charles Jones R J B John R J Smith John Ganl Most of were ind had severe cuts and on th r of stoue four stories ilO feet long by 50 feet wide with roofing iron 1s the within SIT months at Gibson's j B wife froei Ohio sayt that it has born n of St ani his E or Col H- B nAd of Gen T had ho n ra OB of their last winter the Mrs bet quietly with Teris not love for her and made lures for a to which she was not loth Of every to bring who hM public the iff the I kejit by Mme wn the two lefl bonne they by twu one of whom the of trie lady The the the the He Ml to the leveled to by a de ine in a tf a ton to St ns o who did the his ine who shot Mr wnn Is Hell A divorce ob- Mr IV is some 5s a JLf A 4 t vi all s a dV of a mile hie j f s to U tn me are ix ST J -1 test II A i Je jr a A- v J t 51 gxt t 1 i ot IJT f lo Juw Jl itie or a young i with g of M a social hi tN tity ITJe of Mr J wood ID mutual clicks xf a member of UH of the P K of the Ascension T square She is in her year and fur bxr w-t est of Jlr Hopwood s by a de- wife lite family are CD St P E charch on street iriK G U ing fn d hy thf the Rev 15 Miss Hopwood by her lo become a but she replied as they No I'm tn be a min is Mr William Va He iit visitor at the uf opposite iKe of K is tV twu Mrs omt 7 o'clock of the She h-s Miss TliE furs walk would rathe As she not u ITr In He no of the musing girl the W-R lo great On it lea neighbors RMU the Inly John ter a It thit of to i but t of the of the well store Ou a- more of for tht s koot other of the toilet resorted to the of thr bride might be In ua the ceremony they AT It WAS then growing bat the by no np young to thp boat where Mr sage wife tn their On at Norfolk they mat no one under the of as by man took to ire ruVe thirty mHen to thp foi iucd hy jn JXi pt LOV T in ii of painful a few by the a of but order din bt Mly IB Norfolk fc the home of vt by In it stood to be led of -1 in ft A f- BL PAHO IVi 21 by Vitli lo let the -ic fay Spri the night TfP to of I BO In It tl P of wly 4 York til at VI A y w s t 0 X 4 13 1 1 P PENT A BOSS PUNCH BOWL i ul ht by that Rupert g n y there is not tram of io rbe Vf f f i on W M who a In the plate fnr all he fan u s thf who also WAUEt M H U Ad With TO d out of the been i icd on gome or Pa i Ion 4 a larite they do a In bave In fall a which U run by power fiom Big B- Hosier a the local pa have a marble in the a very for fhe dead Itie of depot is B T t Din Is a quirt bx Ithy to put In your time a meal at this telegraph tuf m keg lived in the years W MOTE operator this point for a number of James is tBe a paying He of work good ibe lock on the all to He a store I A wnU to the t j to that the of T f j lo Coming a J of a from J of to 11 ind 1 Wtt -A ltV U iu fuf 1 of a bowl in ami uu lies m height beautifully mt and Ite bowl is in n cuttins ni of the b j i superbly 1 ferent i Ine panel Glen the by a Kail Rrook coal company the 1 ITiC show 1 the Fall at rioga IV Mte thiriJ spring onp of the t mand st on the Buffalo On the fourth j large and train of coal ri i pi of interest on the Philadelphia ind IlesdinfT ec- I fmm and MV T ful of art natural ind I eating bowl ra a handsome i lined with velvet and guld I Some idea of of work miv he rt K II I hMh It Ot IOB LOT j i Ml r F I l ul 1 our t t k I h CO lur U I 4 y T lit 1 I HI NTT U 1 N I incl icli r I at H- W A of the firm of j of glassware ever produced in 4 a good boose anda and if jwt fhe of thro rkh Mr is veii proud of his having out an excellent of glassware ind well he should business Is on the Increase trid his with the of K A CO si N r nti i L TTI tin hut E- W O l iv t n flK 4 an f rsE- ITS ON lo li J L one of the finest lots in all He to and fruit to fine and costly shrubbery in the lot w M Monroe double ones a few upon what be the In this Coming is some years ago by persons in employ nt the mill itie f men are ail the depots freight houses A deal of f U both re these depots LAVA from the at the the building the Milton s Hie s on evening last were Tn A number of bWs will be the in they can come to with the inert seems to be fome the und the council bind u of of them have of- the for seven pinga for a period of fire years n of iJO for each additional ping may be required during the the cannot we others hare to w n-t way things look now the erection of works for toti tn be doubtful NVe hope that compromise may be effected the vote of the people shows a willingness to for Water on Wednesday and If no has red it mar now hp on in the parlor of his residence in New YorK city bv nel of falo Y where will be there the start on trip across the continent along the Genei I would his departure until aftt'r the funeral of Swing but a delav in ing would have disarranged all the entire trip which had mapped out with lor tain points and escorts to meet him along of Sherman's staff to accompanied the but decided Co reimin on ar- mte nf military at- outline of Which DM already n Cane May comes out with the nt toe band juf of Nen A Cappa x to be o hi the new now being On the u of Stockton Hotel among the r of by full OD June July Sid and 3d by the Wen the 4 tbe i-y of ia a of unprecedented for so IB wen elected to Te the president itchell D Rev J H Dill r O W K i T and gaudier of tSe Stite lety home from of of ir a 1 bU r tot afr of of A ft 4 cji for va la one of the A f of J 1 In A CO U fc t v V ap w M t- r A JV of j 14 -i l tote 1 Inb uniformed a ball club of its owo no It invites matches with the country ine club tt is W composed of solid men and good players and if will stand up nobly fur and club would be glad lo visil play a with our club Grtl AND says bottom lar the b of In He aiv to know that the question been settled ana that gut the Kilt to stand by which U one of In thp for a military or Any other important From At Hie l the of it- A ear load at tath by t0 he ItS ete with thus In An ice III ening tho vr Hie iue are tA for Improvement in the after the of B of of July to fci of bop M of rt-te from Clinton VJ It A and i X O f the of USB W Illif I Gitt who wax bjr to W I In bit My the M- w it c He III 04 t Ue Jl KA tSe of l AVO GKT THR 17 pur ih t i U- H l oil FH ifK r Inn ot r pi fC f lly nt Hotel I XR I TAli n i utv hours m to p in i w ht al IT to cool li Br s 1 M tt r f inps tun of tin la AY DOU'S IN si Plae street e TLI i NO- s fnt an of ot It NK Js IvO the an City kept by II i Ix III a m and 7 o p ni or far tn as A of the of ells the George i C PARSONS Mavor of U 1 K fvr luts oa street Cainp J SAlE ORTO O all imp Vo -18 West Real Estate Apat ri I Too sell for to yon In M iu If yoor il ftt nn hf Mul CO A i W 0 Kb the Iron t H DID YOU wr t- 1 call a ATK SALE OF kitchen -t hi Unn on Apply M w t J Mtf 1 u n r m Kl r no t myr i IA FROM A C or f JOLI D W
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