The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, December 05, 1895, Image 3

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that he will quit his present quarters at] 8 nL : ; he 2#
the Arlington within the year. . Dr. Tal | i BPE; TER, Different SI pa€s of whe "t | have GO ited on th a subject, he wed up- the agent of a pene efal man afac toring |
mage bas taken Mra. Ann Cole's ola, germinated ng less than fon times after on experience and experiment. hig] and commission honse, whose head lquar-
home at 14001; Massachusetts avenue. | Dtervals of a week or more, doring | matter will go to form a book which f6Ts ars In Koba ant Hiogo, arrived in|
It is one of the oldest houses in that | which time the se els were kept per feet. Professor Laflin is writing. ; that city, and offered such indoesments i with Great Britain. Ho sclented
part of the city and adjoins the newer | ly dry. Cort will germinate ne arly as He alse aims to band together the 1 to San Francisco merchants that they | Lr this ie it and ub tae aiineion The story of Tartar’ 4 mishap spread :
annex now occupied by Assistant Secre- | | often. Clover an ’ the grass seeds ger- Sunday schosls of the ccuntry in one | were compalied to place large orders | the first. of of agtics Popul trail throughont the Army. Thoo®nds of sol :
tary Hamlin of the treasury. : { minate but once, us a rule. This hel ip? | wast anticigarette league that will strike with the oriental firm. A canvass of th in| cout of Po Wo aah Washin ton diers visited the battery on puspose tr 2
Dr. Talmage will take the larger! to explain why a good stand of grass or | a harder blow at the cigarette trust than San Francisco merc antile trade reveals | L1lt that the emengeiicy required a see him. Ho fared like a privee. Noth- :
house, which will be furnished throngh- clover 18 Gifficu it to obtain ijl nn L4VOr: | & ¥ of its i Clergy n are} the fact that an pnyprecedented cut ini tha p ati ne Re 2 . tclaiive ing was ¢uite. good enough for him. It
out with his own effects, except his Ii. able seasons, while failure with wheat | to be interested in the new movements, | almost every line of staple goods has! i a $ H Ta talent o c legis often happened that the battery passed
o felt that it needed profound troops resting by the roadside. The ape
j ditions seidom Geenrs, | rovided the gi ed ery state and city of the conntry. Buttons by | tho great gross are. Seite legal acquirements, culm judgment and pearance sf ** Fighting’ Jim Stewart and
: i i a : aval Ante tr on Praptiey Tass tha Hofty ¢ haracter, suo ch as : ‘eonld be found | 3 heailed Tartar was alivavs a signal for
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resisting the French frenzy and eneoun- + in Qetober, hie Was th a proudest Borse 3
| tering the public clamor and distrost ip the Army of the Potomac as he again
an effort to establish commercial rala took charge of Battery B's ad }
brary, which has already been installed ior grain from ui Jeasumte wet and dry con- | and there are fo be branch elnls ine oo been made by the Japanese hidder.
at the Arlington, ‘and in this condition §
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