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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - September 3, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                 b     be a'->,ii !     \v is-'        "'m to-day. Wc notice that Ml labor demagogue, h-is I'.u.Uisori. It is to 1  can S',a:e Comm't'e-rr.e'it it; Mr. V-utkr, i more deidly tbin b's hos'JP'y The Democrats in Coi^resn wi: ii,h the recess idea to  me bitter inc..   The' waut to compel au extra =o.*siou   by  tu> call of the President, who has not os -1 pressed himself on the subject, but thosn j who aro best   able  to give an opinion j think he would be adverse to tl.d st�>-i�.      j Toiln H. i'-'i'k*" ti ; f �in'.oi.i  ag-dnsT Mi. ill nni!--" ti.-> -nvrst -hi**  friendship i; I'llBfj,. I'll ii y - o; Boston "tiA gamc.i Pittsh P.osto JERSm BEEF CUT, late rest'mi History of the Gr: I POtt'OKE AT CT'UTT nou;A.nJ3 A Zl'A game; Nf� rame' New ^  ;>;�;, :.-ft!:. '. --'i Matt ' w.:o ' of Arbitration be^ui ;ts ir.vesiiga.idr. her1 j to-day ot the iiolien't'es between the Nov j York Central and iIk !\.u'.-i"ut.s of Labor j Y'ec President. Webb whs i.nti tur-; wiinest ; eal'ed and 'tV'tlcc! la at he bud chain ; ' of the opera! sous of the r*.ad. lit' sab J *.bat 'be company bad no coutroveray w ;Mi j itsomployes. C'd the report of tbo menibais of the nee ret sltvico   )f the coin puny nevouly  j uigb! meu bad bce:i di^obartjed fur uuaut isfactory service.   ' >f this mini her oul> i 1*. * N A -� � The Philadelphia 'limes ia doing the buRnboo act, and sending out a prepared I seven had applied to the company, for in article iu which the doubl-vleadod state | forniatiou  as to thu  Ciinse :'o: ch*-:r m>'ut i.^ mud* that th* ! * � b^rtd 1.1 i* wbr-,: n,;. tit-io � "Vhus t.n,'' s?.5s IL.Vl    wAi t.-..i;s u.-oi he ' ;f!p:i!'li-be Kepubii-d ;�o tbank^ sele.i �it-rt* uutbiiij; be ri^bt I'bilat'e'pbia '�� -:julr?r, l,no other name ban been suggested from this part of the coimtry in oonneo-lioo with that position, and it would cer tainly BtrenEjtea their lines if the choice of 'he Com miss; or. sbo'^.d bill :i;.f'ti (ieneral Hastings.' CuMi'Ai'.ATiVKi.Y few '.ravelcr-- -ivt-r tb? rhiladylphia and Krie Itailruad h:-ive any recollection of "-be di:Iieu!ties experienced by contractor? tij gre;,! Jer;...-y maKmi: excavation ibrfniph tlie hill Shore Stiitinu. or Ames Kurt, us the village is called. 'Hie third of a century baa passed since the work w^s time bed, and nearly all who v/eic interested io it a;e dead. Sidney Iblioii, however, who }.ni:j Rinoj* Vjucaivn: out; of railruio  Iti.jits, and was at >nl* ' i:;ie t'rr-aid jl* � � f the Cubm PieiSic, Htdl aurvivea, and recalls with pleasure the time be was an inter ested partuar in this difficult pitee of work. This wan about the beginning of his career, Tbicb .^feadily led bi:n on tu tamo and fortnne. ! !':r 0'trr':."por;dent "diow-i the enorni''ii.j .ini-nul o'i ear'.Ii r!;-mi.'Ved from ibe cur li> a iU!,im c>.,i:iv.it �r, !n*iod -.i i'i :b.K f-t-*;; :jf: ��: 'be � mtrv, and on di-couiit of .sa uov-.-ity at*-;afted the curiosity of the people. The cost ot this piece ol wetk wan M:y VJfi.Ob", which wa? a lai^e stinj  f money for f.i:e time. Had the raiii�>ad bt-en in:: tbrou^b Jersey Shore and over the river at Lock Haven, the cos* w^uld b&vu bten rnnoh less. 1'iit it, ia uaeleKH to speculate upon that error at fbe present day. Tlin I'hila dolphia and rJrie, as a division uf the FenuBylvauia road, has been the rneaud of opening up a region of country which was a "howling wilderness'' at that time, and iu building many towua along" \ .�-�iju;..    �-. - �   . :.i      o      t. . What it L v-ca;'-"i'.. bee:- b tury, *- -'fcbt abui.r oi � uit mav we ikw i.-i tl :!io;t i Ii cbau:-;eh b.ivc -bin! o; a ceo lo have yeais beuee. of tbo greai, pri'.itci  by a -jxptct accomplished tbii! y-thn e In preset^ this ueeouiv cut, which is 'hv lii&t tv,; local paper, tbo F\i.','-:-rt tn.ty ().' pardoned for c^liin^ attrition to \.hn fact. And in conclusion it may be said that the boo.1: keeper and ca^hie: an l.onor.jd ropident of the townfibip in *,vh: dj "by gr�fit "ork iocat'-d, and hia si-lend.id farm  of  t'u- vu-.-< ~.\: Lii ? courn^  > re.isou.    i'ue  id eiir.neer namec : and insolcn-,     J. some uf Wide: t:�' up every ^ bet.- fdlu. A!*er the sei-C-oallud. lie -iibi b,�r, aud :iftn e: emidoy o! 'be .s roa i was diai'bary y :b.: : cisc Chloral Sow V.n �t.-Vt.u,! Cbarios M.ii; � fKIi.-'n.NAl. an i Mm    i �aries , � *bl.. uci ,-en  U1 S'rike if p.^.-i-b:.1. a-.d met and Webb, wb-.r rold nim : to arbitrate.Toucey tjld bini that if Depe bad been b^re there ^"ould have trouble, that uufortiiua:.j!y Webb tiin'.'.' tb �.!e, t and t'.uiii! ol ( learJirld, accom .iriii^htere >:.*t:e and �it- with W. V/ . Cfiriatie of the ivnigbtti. who re-ruo*1 iad=i, who * aetilern^nt th the ,;'jbn ilev:*! corn ruif'jemai in Windsor, L to briti'; a'ooiv road people, b'-ht'db-d in �!..::: iv-.cv,-.-- ( in- errand. J. Lee, recalled, :ut:odaced the ct.iu.,-jionrieuce which pasnt-d be'ween himst'f and T. V. I'owderiy Tlie latter adviaed him to move cautiously, a? be was com-\-"'.',\rZ wifb a -rp-TStiop tb-.t -."'i ���ulb.d a m.llion cf dollar" -.vben- t!:-:- ;:ib.-r i:nty controlled cer.'3. !'jwdi!i!y advisyd b;m to prevent a strike if it were possible, to d.> so. Powderiy [v. � pew v,'aa a poss;b!i idfjney. anri rhat it his re* urn from K ive -iP]'  wa: talTF-; not (jay t  .UK upun Lbe: lie le'tersU'/i'd "bat ti, hen the f.i1 h:3 <:i i-* ninety ye. o enj-'ys r^o-. ime a ce^t* l:c; .'t the rrt --Id An.;.   'J-itb. ! le all:, and bidn fair L\i;.i.n. Mr, w.ills ih - ih   A.       w-iMs. -j! "VI. The iormaiice of the Kloy C-r'.'^cii cjriJpaiiy WAi B'.i'ii mure fuccena-fui than tbt; tjr^L in an uitistio point of vj.jw and the au'iiencu departed at the clone ' be ei,* ntl !'ri/i:. oid "i oiiccy 1 6  �:d of ootJi-ci -ng ladic and gen-at' is-' ^ >u t.beir profession, pt ove :jua <;f the s' i-'jug-mi-anich on trie road �jaimn boon gotten rid *,�! iii:ip �vur*- Muif/Lts of Labor. I'.- : that the r-jad ba^ isrj "riro :.'. charge 'hem for rhis leaiifiu '\m been s metier of reiigiun. 'Ii. was postponed until to raorruw, when .J. M. Toucey, Theodore A. Voorhees and Mr Uucbaioir! will 1 jo called. .1! rn-tf .t ii     Hunuitfutc W '..-ii'Ni''i v.eci a h-iiif."        b-r m j 'Jon JO-', ilie   rcidt-i')i:i�y  i-.-cd'.i,        'be biH.   It provides that corn,  wbe:�f   bar '"y, rye, oaty, bay, itiaw, j.r;t;uni"- eot'-.-n, gmn"d.   or   un'^inneO,   doimei'b.- .i*.:;ni muie:j   and   lucres   f.tiail    jny    a    duty �(   X brce   pt.r  cenl. ?.d   v.ibirem.    Wi'en iny    of    tbese    ai';cles    a:v    ,-.\p'i:'ed tin- per  ceo:   u-.t  tht:*r  '^ibte   :,!,.-d; t-e lowed [he e-porter, rud b;: id.all be ^o.-t n gfiveniiiipnt.  cut'raved   certificate:', fur . he amourd   found   d'l,? him.   This liidxct ;.s Pi.uii- " rat."Afer: -".b!r  buf -ball  i�niv      ;e �'H'aik t?; idei," a ; ate a:.-l anibiuatiija. pi OUOm a  conipanion ' by V, i yo b. � . uight "'.rselt and take yuur fandly I'rice'-. \  W. WoiUie.ieu, is wedl known promised'. _o,i/.e::, of this city. 1 l.e �'lemoiiy wa; aab.r of Trinity \1. Cb:::r:b, at the r ��sulen uf the biid'/s parents on We.-t (.hui'*.di street. Only a irv: M' Urn iui;>iedi ite frb-adu uf rbe brido a:.o K'!"ijm were pr.::i�nt to wil.nesa thu i.''reLi.o!iy. A 'f.otii- tb i.-ic present wmu tbo n:;.!i,bt ia uf "be tirni hardi'.'arc dealeira bv rlioiu Mr. Kautlruaii i^ employed, and v. bu = t-:'-ru hin\ highly K>i Ida valuable t^;:.. ;i-:cc     l'bf> baopv er.ispbi bdt al mm tt leu It       i.s.li(ir(*-ue*nl (i> r:W.or* -.-iiiney Dillon, the Ohniniiitriii  nrni thfl m eft in     Kick vat*ir- I.ttrgu     Amo'ml    uf Kurlli K�i:�ov-jt m a Cunt uf  yri'MJoo--A r'ine I"�riii f. :ul Hlf^mr. llouu*. speeial ' 'ur: *-^['i;n-,!" nci.- V. ii.i.i.MiaJ'oH':. 'Jepc ti.-TvavelerBover 'bo j'biladetpbia and Evio Kaiiroad, be tv�;'on this city h'id Look Lfavau, have often noticed the "deep cut" jest wuot o' .vutoij Fort, or Jersey tin ore station. Tha . groat excavation baa a history which i; worth repeating, inasmuch &a it haft al must boon forgotten during the lapae of a third of a ceutury �wbiuh has passed biucu ita completion. The construction of the Philadelphia and Krie Railroad, now grown to be auoh an important thoroughfare over the Allegheny mountains to Krie. w.ip attended by many difheul'ies on acoount of tue scare.ty of money, and many uf the contractors Ios' beavdy. In 1^.4 .1. B. and W. G Moore-bead secured tbo eonrract to gradr the road between Yiilbam.sport and l.ocV 'favnn, and the same year they sub let the "d**i�v as it was  ,^.'doii   u. l^ill A Crt-swell, well Itiiown contraotors of thai day. The job was-, a heavy oup, and after working a short -Jmo they became discouraged and fhn*w it up, atJ they found tbat they would be heavy losers if they ontiuued the work. Another lettiiig fook place, when Killeu *v Moorebcad got the jontract, having in ilerbid the otbe.'S. This was htill in the year 1^54. In a shot! time rbey, too, tiiscovered tbat they had taken tbo woik '.oo low and thi'ow it up. The i.'i:neral contractors advanced the price -bgbtiy, bur this proving iusullicient they d-'cdued tu continue (he work. Then '.be ^ ��->:i I'.th'.ii threw :p iho c.r>nt;aot, wlmu tb>- pr .�-'pects for ai. early completion of the j-.'b w iia not encouraging. The company boon announced another letting, when Oliver C. and George Chapman, in co;,:;,-ctior; with tiitiuey iHllon, put in a bid, bi:t tbo Tnon, -�Lorl..!i>,  "'0, and on the i'Jih ol duly uf tbat year they commenced operations with a fo'l d:-,i..i'id:iar;     to complete  ibe great And in oider :�) carry on ttc woik more aneccBufidiy, 'hey impoited a powerful steam excavator a ten ton three fo"t gauge locumotne. and a Midicioid number of dumping i-ars remuve the earth rapidly when it was scooped up. A track was laid fur the locomotive, and oar?,when the work moved forward more rapidly thai: it had under any id tbo former oon-'� factors. Tbis nte::m excavator was a pondi-.rous machine for those days, and it v-'.i:- such an ob-ecr of eurioi-ity among i tbo people rhat they came u distauco of ; lif.ten and twenty miles to svi) it at >, "ii.i t'uekei, oi iiL'U ad.'iip -vas of>udii. >-;.l '�ap;s';;;;. lo lift at icie sweep almost a ce.r luiid of earth, when it was swung L> a j i'rane ovtr au open car arid the conleota dumped insiTiu With thi,** great tabor saving machine the work of exuavation war. carrbid on wii h about twenty !lveni*m. This nuinbur meludi'd 'hose who operand l be mac!:me. engineer*, bliick sTr.i*n, r.aii "ntei s and laboj �> rs. Tb,- winter uf iH-�r, w ;1H u njem->rhble one on account of the 03t.rome cold wldeh pro-vailed. The frnsl penetrated the ground to a i;r;i�1 depth and nunfy the work uf ox*, .w at ion fcb-w and tediv>mi. lllahl in�r Hit." i<;.-.('fled to foi '.be pniporio of teanng up t.i,  fj-o/.vU <-iu .ii, sib .vy! u.jiild rai.-e n, m Id-.-dk.-i atn.1 land it in : ; m n-J.-d   w-boiit        l-.Od-.-i. .westein eitd over Antes ''reek     Tbe!ii>r j contractors Jiad *jkc:i   out  abou* o(l/!00 : ruble yards, leaving CaU'OO to be, remove I by CbanmAus    Ddloti.   (Hi tbo : >p lifi, j on ace-eant of  the width,  the excavator ! pa-^'-d through f-< ir tin'u'p. on tbo secon 3 J *:ine.� tones, "ii  'lie * *� if ?:  n:H\ e, '^ctioi!  or;  the line.   He toll', it-completion the cars bad- been  rennio!.' for some i'm-- into Wi! 1 ijini-;. � was one of 'lie financial men of the firm, drooped dead abou* thirteen yiars ago u a jewelry etoro iu Bo^on, where ho it sidod; George, who was the manager of tbo work, and resided at "be time just be low Jersey Shore, died about five yean ago \n Michigan: Sidney Dillon, now 7fj years of ago, resides in New York. He became one of the railroad magnates of the country, aud before the accession of Charles Francis Adams, was president of the I'nioii Pacific. He is still largely interested as a stockholder in railroad opera tions, but be always looks back wi'li pride t i the beginning of bis railroad career as h contractor v.: the Jersey Shoio "deep nut.' RESERVES AT GETTYSBUEG if., Am hot� i the � M.nn., eatm book kuepo o; It was oon Mi-. M yers aim lib i't:i*tiifl!iei.tly in Nippenoue township, II now r^--L-.tes in the bri'-k liousu on Uie leb band side o.' the highway, going h est, near ibo ea�t end of the Jersey ^-bore biid^o, and his higlily improved and well kept farm, which extends acL\*t> t'uo "deep cut,'' contains about '-'Ob acre*. Nothing fhar wiii contrit'iitc to the comfort of hia family in and about tbo premises has been neglected. The ib! fashioned brick bor.si; b;:-s been modernized inside and out, wel) furnished, vvbiie the lawn and outbuild :ng are sei upulomdy neat and attractive. The bon.re h heated by hot air from a fur Im.O'j u the ceilai, ard a wind-mill at t Bpr'n^ nftir by four;, pure hpring water *e evn y li.io-. Witb his comfortable surroundings, a well seb "ted library, horses and carnages, and abui.da:.ee of the fat things of the land, Mr. Smith entertains lib; 1 trends in that easy style of hospitality w bicb n) beoumwh the ijniel dignity and tud.ependen-Ci'* of a pi ogvest�ivti and true Aiiiervu] (arnier. Ib'foie closing thin sketch it may not be our of place '�) hrk-dy call aitcntiou to the ujaguitlcent panoramic '.tew which iu af-I.uded iVi.m the cai � mJ-.-ws on the rigb;, when passing tiirougb the "deeit cu' ' After rounding the curve arid emerging from the "cut," the view suddenly bursts, upon the vision with all the variegated beauty id landscape place and mountain, and in summer time or autumn it never fails '��> enrapture the senses and please the eye. In the foreground, or a' the base of I'.-d.d Kagle mountain, rolls the river liko a broad silver ribbon, whilst far to the rii'hl are seen 'Ue church, spires of Jersey Stiorr, and the marble inonumoid^ of the lov-dy cLMjiet-1: y pi.-epbig fro::1, a *ea id* t vi.,ri!!:r,f: f.'siaitc-. i^rectSy in Iioio. una l -Ii..!--' away t.1 tlu* v'i i-t 'iidii   iof.*   ;n � bv c 'm:j'.*n.bl'' b.-u'.-^ i'e.'..('> '-ur,;\>-'^ nf;iil and ibe b-r the valley is bounded by mountains clad from baafc to ftummit witb luMniant forests ol green. It ia bard to conceive of a move, lovtdy aud eutranciiig laudsca]ie, which, in its soft. ue-� of natural coloring. v�rie'y aud rich ness of p-astoral grandeur, blended with river, mountain and plane, stands alone in the sublimity of its peerless beauty. Tb" Vermis .^njoy  a Fleasaiit Khum Wit]: Tirir Old \Yu>- C-ove'T.ov. d i.:,:\Um hi, *jAV jN THE TICLL) 1 tie li.i�repl!u^ 4'(:r<;:iini::<.(i I'iirtif!j�Htf(! in Uy Mtiny *if llw  Vetuniii-t Wlm   ISt*tI Ainiili*! l.tml una St.;el on Thut Hii*torl-.-(rijiimt Our rt  i*-*l   Kt.'-itliipiiicn!. GF.TTYsiU'h.., Sept. The i'ennsylva-uia Reserves bad beautiful weather fo-their dedicatory exercises this afternoon, and the MNiioual Cemetery never looked iiii>rti bea t: i'id thf.u it .lid ^hen rbahou-ior bold'ng the services m.ived. At half past uuo o'clock the velt-raus formed in line at their headquarters in Camp Abn Cattisou, and led by a band marched across tha piko and up Southern avenue to the familiar little rostrum; a grassy space in front of the structure was crowded with spectators, and each prominent leader, &b ho took hie place on the stand, was groe'od with applause. Captain John Taylor, of "Philadelphia, called the assemblage to order, and introduced Hon. A. G. Cnrtin, as the presiding ufficor. Hi NO i N'-   KI. V ''* ioody An*.:e. Colonel John li. Taylor, o! Reading, presided. Chaplain Beai delivered the dedicatory address aud transferred the memorial to the Stat a Commission, to whom Geneiiii Gobin, of Lebanon, received it. The Tenth Reserves dedicated their monument ou Little Hound Top. A: the Sixth Reserves'exercises ihere was prayer by the Chaplain and historical address by Mayor Gore, an oration by Comrade Haleey, and an address by Col. U. ii. MeRcau. W i I.I.I A MSI OUT CHOSEN. At the business meeting of the 0. A. H. of "Pennsylvania ii was decided to hold the Utisit Summer depart mont encampment at Williamsoit, provided that the city guarantees tu bear all the espouses. The fo'.low.i!..: resolution was passed.: i. � '.  /. i*l:.-.r ii.i �if(*ni iii.f-ni oi' IVunsj Ivii. � TLp. U,-pub j mett at 'lif.r ,  '.'('! NT\   CONVENTION. uij--,  i>: El-.f I.* in:' Ui-an Tn^.isy. S�;il   Otli, IS.OO. 'cans of Clinton comity will respective votiuLT places in Lits in ibe eouuly "ii distri or O Couvcrubin. inei?* in eoto-Loek H.u-en, at   o'clock : 'p T!i.' 1*.:. tirrtii.i. 1(1 (io IHii(eht:-i. Ciipt. .I'ji'm H. jlcChutock reeoived ofTi i-t.l r.oi :C" yc-'eday that be -iiu: piiviti; WT.bim 1'hippf. have W{m a ]i.i"e  day. Svpc 'Jth, 1.-t)0, , for the pv.i'piisc. of uomi-nating ime candidate for Connies.", one candidate for Senator, one candidate for Assembly, one candidate for Treasurer, one candidate for Frothouotary, one candidate for Sheriff, one coudidato for Associate Judge, oue candidate for District Attorney, two candidates for Commissioner, two candidates for Auditors. A Conu'y Chairman will also bn elected, Cnder thu rules of the party tbo number of delegates to which each district is cu-titled, is as follows: Allison................... Bald liable............... ideecli Creek............. lieech Creek iiuru... t'asianea................. Chapman................. Tolebrouk............. Crawford................. ImnuMaMe-.......... CiIbiKber............ Greene................... (.rMlKlii;................. Knrt. Kejitln^.......... Wt-hi ICt-utiiii:....._____ J^ifitHl'.................... I.uhly..................... r.o. X haviin. t;Second ward........ :^TUlrU ward.......... Kourih ward....... Ijo^huIoii Koro.... Loyan   ................ Mill Hall Boro.... Noyt-s................. Pine Crtek.......... 1  I'ortei-................ 1: kknovo. flKasi ward....... ilMnidk- \i'Hid........ i1 West Wbo-d.......... I .Souin Ueiiovo..... t Wayne............... Wtwjitwiinl    ........ Conernoi li^.fer aud pailj isit fur homo tins evoniug. but the majority of the people will remain until   the onoampmont is iJVOi . T!i�! *� lllttfchart. Oo." Standing room only-and precious little of tha' - was the greying late corners rc oeived at Music Hall Monday night, 1071 poisons listening, with laughter and ay plaute, to thu firbt production by tho "Riiichart Co.*' The performance gave great satisfaction, and the RinehartB oan :ougi.;! ulate themselves on having at once .stepped into pubbo favor hero aud added m.rhc:' oity t their Itti of triumphs. Leo i..'d Stc.';.;, v, r.n b,or.:e of tho tmest dauo-.it:,:., on Muoie Hall stage, and p'.tde M:li:i:c caugt'.t tbo house at once. They are wonderful, aud their performance lends a sweetness and grace that greatly astdcta the company's success. Miss Her-r ie aud Miss Go*!dm Uej i the fun going, their beautiful duets in rho olosiDg acta "being received with nmhiis of applause, rtio three comedians, 'Jat^ioy, Foreman and Kennedy, were upiuanomdy lunuy, aud tbo mu>le d act of Falke aud  Learuou "V AH !*.ce*'-' "d -b ;"e:\' li^'.-l'. A IMiSiid � ['': 'i i ;r. bi;d ..i.:  .V,,;,   t);;r   (.,f   lb..- Ti.e prin.ary election ior delegates will bo held under the supervision of the Vigi-h'-nce Comm;ttt_'e; tho chairman of the same will see that tho proper election officers are designated ?.nd iu attendance. The hours for holding said elections, are as follows: Iu tho city aud bovou��s ivom 7 to *i p. ra., aud in all other districts from �i to ir* p. m. Vigilance committees will please make a return of tho delegates elected to the County Chairman at. Lock Haven on Monday. Sept. S, 18IiO. KErCHUi AN cdl'xty  . B. Kraj'c, .1. A- tiurr.mo. M. i>. Ti.omp-b.jn, lleury Homig, S. \V. Sigvound. Leidy- Hamilton Fish, Frank Bott.-ford, Nicholas Watt, John Summerson, Jacob J ubusou, Loganton-Dr. J. A. Hontz, A. L. Holler, J. F'edler, F. G. Berry, Samuel Stamm, Ed. Cunser. lo'k havk.v. First ward-Robert Myers, Thos. li. Reed, James C. MoCloskey, W. C. Kress, H. L. Gould, James .letter's, S. H. Quig-ley. Second ward-A, L. Merrill, W. A. Whito, liobort Feck, \V. S. Harris, Louis Walters, Wm. Heed, Luther M. Patterson. Third ward-Jesse Merrill, "Wm. II. K lapp, Henry Neenor, James Snyder, Frank Bidder,Geo. W . Hippie. Fourth ward - Henry Shaffer, John Sehuotey, l'eter Jobson, Kd Christ, Saurl Pad Log!t::-Wm. II. Stroheeker, E. M. De-Long, Samuel Snyder, Henry Shatter. Mill Hall-James E. Calderwood, T. R. Mann, Geo. Hall, Frank Welsh, Irvtu Scbudber. NoyeK-Samuel Wert.s, Tbos. W. Barret, J. N. Edwards, Wm. Stout, A. C. Wert:'., W. C. Kepler. Jos. Higgins. Fine Creek-.!. Harris MeKmney, John T.Cti&t, Henry J. Emory. Geo. Farley. A. K  Ihtinilton, Geo. Belts, John Rich. Porter-A. Alison, Howard Thompson. Lo-rU S-hub-.-. W. S Myev*, W  Y Kn-cbt. v;at-!- .w !). l U d� -it L-iw renet i.u  McC, ;db a i\e. i, . :. .    V, that Monday biting a iegal Iioiiday busi- j 'j'li.Mty t-b-ir.-.h A feat.ue �( the or uesn transacted by coumdl  on that day   vrit! be Willbiin^port ice c:r�iam. would not be valid if any party in interest j . ----- ... - thereto objects. |    �n!y four months till Christmas. we-,- lign.x'ii iwi'i convenient room;, in :hi: city hir, busineiia. The mterioi of tbn room has been repainted, repaperfd aifj otherwise improved. b'-.^tU, 'm leel at the deepest jiuint. and i'j.oived the removal of about 300,000 cubic yards of earth. This was used fur the heavy filliug and embankment at the on Ueliet'oiHeaveiiuo, Cue hundred and sixteen t-unllowers ou ono Htock is a Bedford curiosity. Jits iKiipi.r wd! bt pivfturit on ilhil in.'eas-ion and all christian women r-ro cordially invited t> meet with us. W. C. T. U. Woodward-Lewis Hoover, John Mc-Nally, Daniel Shoemaker, Georgo Tar-man, A. C. Kissell, j, Baird Fargus. A. j. Malone, Chairman Republican Co. Com.   

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