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THE REPUBLICAN
W. M. CHENEY. - - - - Editor.
FRIDAY, JUNE 1,
Eutcred at the Post Office LaPorte, I'a.
as second class mail matter.
REPDCLIGMN NOHINA 41 i» VV
STATE.
For Governor.
GEN. D. 11. HASTINGS, Centre Co.
For Lieutenant Governor.
WALTER LYON, Alleghany County.
For Auditor General.
AMOS 11. MYLIN, Lancaster County.
For Secretary of Internal Affairs.
GEN. JAMES W. LATTA, Philadelphia.
For Congressmen- at-Lsr<re.
GALUSIIA A. GROW, Susquehanna Co.
GEORGE F. HUFF, Westmoreland Co.
M£i:Tl.\G OF THE KKI'IUJ.SCAX
COUNTY COM SI ITTKE.
HEADQUARTERS OF THE ")
REPUBLICAN STAND: NC. COMMITTEE V
FOR THE COUNTY OF SULLIVAN.
LATORTE, PA., May 22d, 1804.
Tiie members of the Republican
Star.ding Committee will meet at
the otlice of W. C. Mason, in La
porte, on Saturday June 2nd, 1894,
at 1 o'clock p. m. The purpose of
this meeting is to fix the time of
holding a Convention and to trans
act other important business.
Following is the list of Standing
Committee:
BERNICE.— Chas. Watshon.
COLI.EY—Wm Allen.
CIIKRRY.—A. L. Cox.
DAVIDSON. —G. W. Simmons.
DrsnoßE.—M. C. Miller,
Ei KLAND. —Henry Norton,
FCRKSVII.EE.—A. A. Collins.
Fox.—A. E. Campbell.
FORKS.—M. W. Farrc L.
HII.LSOROVE. —J . L. Christian.
JAMISON CITY.—J \V. Harvey.
LAPORTE TWP.—Z E. Botsford,
LAPORTB BORO.—W. C. Mason.
LOPEZ.—Frank Rice.
SHRKWSHURY.—C. F. Cheney.
\V. C. MASON, Chairman.
NcnHtor Hill's ltolrf Strike.
NEW YORK, May 28.—Senator
Hill's arrival here to-dav, coupled
with the presence of several Demo
cratic leaders of the State and with
other rumors lately alloat concern
ing him, has given rise to an extra
ordinary story. It is said Mr. Hill
has determined upon a bold stroke
against the administration, which
has no parallel except in the course
once followed by Senators Roscoi*
Conkling and Thomas C. Piatt
during the Garfield administration.
Mr. Hill, it is avowed, will next
week present in the Senate a Tariff
bill of his own, which he has been
preparing at his home i:i Albany, for
several days past. It will contain
no income tax feature ancl on this
point he will take issue by resign
ing liis soot in the Senate and coino
before the people for a vindication
as the machine candidate for Gover
nor.
In connection with the scheme is
the story of a conference with the
members of the Slate Committee to
morrow, when Senator Murphy it is
said, will agree to retire as chair
man, leaving a vacancy for Mayoi
Gilroy.
Tlie hitler's selection ns State
Chairman would take him out ol'the
wa,y of ex-Mayor Grant, who wants
to succeed Crocker, ns Tammnny's
chieftain and harmonize the various
conllicting interests ol the Demo
cratic machine.
Oil account of the Endeavor
Convention at Wyalusing dune i>lll
and fitli, the Lehigh Valley I?. I!,
has made a reduced rate of two cents
a mile frcm ail stations to \\ y
alusing and return. Iu order to
secure this rate it is necessary to
ha»e cards which are issued by the
Cooipaay. They may bo procured
by addressing H. L lloloomb, To
wan la, l'a. All Kudeavor Societies
expecting to send delegates are re
quested to send to Mr. llolcomb
for cards.
• *
The train aervice over the W. \
N. Ik and S. L. &8, railroads from
Williainspoit to Towauda, has becu
discontinued. It is mora than likely
that it will resume again in the near
future. The Hurchn Hail Hoitd CO.
who owns the track from Mouroe
ton to Towanda, objects, but \\«• art
given to understand b) our I'ow.oida
exchanges that Mr. Maef.iilane,
president of the Hair lav road is
willing to eiitei into a contract with
the oltieluls of the VV A N I! In
which our trains u ay p-i-sovt-i lU. i
rood.
T. V. iowdcrlv.ek nii-iri w .rk
inaii of (k« Kn (lit* of I »i.•i, 1.•. I
11. H. .Martin. <>i 1 iidla i i pol a, (ilm i.l
Uiidur nir> k| for iii':...i I lii el on
We<lne»das Tim • I l b !<iii
artn Iu la'lliy all Intel v tear pubii.-lod
in tin' Serunti n / •'.'!< i Hi i ihtv.
aiU;: that Ml i'ott.it fly I, . I
IHIUII mpellftl 11 'in iht hi ini HI i'
be itiUfid lo mm n It i i o u»i Ii n*k»
aud ilNMlllUll Wuik to his au i.in
in .*if.
Ueurgie klrt tiy «,>}• *t> ait: mu
bwth the I'tui »ui t> .oil H'
eiistti pai ll»;* "I U. i • .
, litaauitiuh a« tlw I'. m n iaii
|<4itj has iiimii, hi ol n» iiaa, t u \
Will Wut obj.il lit.- Din tat*
veil tin.it i ii* l U'l iiiii. I
Hul ill i'sini|, ml tin* n. go 1
)ad fc «» «112 a newi p«i I
*» Uliniiuin i immTw a i"• i» I
IMMI hi I til |>it lit 1 l» i »i|
Haimd. ) U«4 *i.d i .*» ». p imoi
uf |* ,«.•■* mm lUai »
out <<•> > c t>i.wl t g V tM> J « ol|<i ut)
§ w4
Decoration nay at Konrslown anil
■'» porte.
Notwithstanding the inclemency
of tlie weather, Decoration Day was
appropriately observed at Sonestown
and Laporte. The old soldier boys
in this vicinity and citizens
took the eight o'clock train en
route to SoneMown. There
thev were met by the members
of the Simmons (J. A. It. Post No.
477 and were escorted to Main street
where a line of march was formed
healed by the Sonestown drum
corps, the G. A. It's, and the P O. S.
of A'p.. which organization made a
very creditable appearance, then
the Sunday School organizations
and citizens. After the line of
march had been formed, tlie fife and
drums struck up and the procession
moved up Alain street to the M. E.
church where touching and befitting
services took place. After entering
the church the drum corps played
that old familiar tune "Marching
Th'ough Georgia," Then Comman
der. Isaac T. Low requested music
by the choir, which was rendered ex-
well. The choir had se
lected such music as was appropri
ate to the occasion and did their
part very nicely, indeed. The G.
A. li s. then proceeded with their us
us'l ceremonies, after which Prof. P.
\V. Meylert was called upon and de
livered a very able address. Then
they marched to the cemetery where
the graves of the old veterans were
decked with beautiful ilowers, but
owing to the down pour of rain, the
usual ce.emony in the graveyard
was omitted. Wi.h this done a large
percentage of the gathering marched
to the depot anil took the train for
Ln porte.
LAPORTE.
The train arrived a few minutes
late at Laporte, but those aboard
did not care fir this. A line of
march was formed along the lake
road with the organizations placed
hy ('ommauder Low, siinila' - to that
in Sonestown. They broke ranks at.
the Meylert store building in which
a festival was in progress under the
auspices of the Ladies Aid Society
of Laporte, where a large number of
the visiting guests were served a
bounteous repast, of good things.
With their dinner hardly settled the
church bell rang giving the signal to
fall in line of mnrch. At. the church
[a rehearsal of the G. A. It. ceremon
| ie.i were gone through with, when
llev. Mr. Campbell of Sonestown
j was called upon and gave an excel
lent address. The choir like our
Sonestown songsters, are "'in it,"for
their stave of compliments. With
; the doings at the church completed,
| everybody marched to the cemetery
land appropriately decorated the
I graves of the fallen heros.
A beautiful arch of flowers was
placed over the larj;e gates to the
cemetery and a very large
banner was lacked to a tem
porary post inside the yard
and directly opposite the entrance
and which presented a beautiful ap
pearance. The custom from time to
time of placing this wreathe over the
ffates on Memorial Dav, was at the
suggestion of the late Mrs. Dunham
and our young people took pride in
placing it there this year as she
would have urged had she been with
us.
The public buildings in Soneslown
were nie< Iy decorated with ilags like
wise were those in Laporte.
J:S TELLTITEMS.
The continued rains makes farm
ing up hill work—nothing grows but
grass. Well perhaps we will be
glad to eat that before the present
administration ends, the way it
looks now.
Ignite a number from Hstella have
gone courting this week.
George Teeter and family have
moved to Evergreen, Brail ford Co.
Grant Little has his new house
almost ready for occupancy. D. K.
Little is the architect.
The creamery at this place will
soon be ready for operation.
Town Commissioner Bird ha> i
done a line job grading and fencing
in the narrows, between \V. T. ,
Morel and Fred Kosbauchs on
Kings Creek.
Shi-i p shearing is now in order,
but its almost an imposition on the
poor animals at the present low !
price of wool.
Ibid colds and iiilluen/.a is very
prevailunt. (juite a number of
children are quite siek urouud this
ueighlioi liootl.
11 at lie Brown expects to leave
Ksltdla soon to spend the summer
at h* r brother's, H. T. Brown, near
Bo iii low n.
Kider Kraxier preaeheil a splendid j
Memorial sermon at l.slella church
last .Sabbath evuuiug,
Ki rrie Ci.ov tu.
sttXA'.s jo ll'.V /'/AW
We hail a float down this way
Tilintilay iii>>riiiiig.
Tliwrv were nome paiiie* here hot
wi't k t r\ iiig I" iiit 11<i Koine ol our
I irmara and othera in the int Uoii
of a •feauterjr at tin# pbtee. .\a jet
we hale not learned whvlber their
i i»U tu ibis place will lour fmit ur
uut.
ti11..1 Is In hit bought the
.John I ll*.-/.'ii |No|wrtV, MU|Mlil<
ii.g "I laud, gu»t wtill ami *na in ill
nkil l* now it | ailing the ||ti«i iwili,
this I'love wuiihl l.« a guui| one i
foi the e»t tbliahiMi'itt of »oii.« iwanit '
Jul ma bu.intaa.
\ fc« »tek» aeis
wiihtiig tu i it in itin) i.tai at nit thej
I'-imm s l'«i it to <i>'p laiiung
Ihw W, II H U to. me giadmg
<»i Ip ilt»'<4 i»< MMHi htag MtMig
i.i lii« Vt 4 N H 'l»("il, ahoh
a til it iw-i- a mole i .tio iiU til
I'll tbv li#ii#i«l mt puiilMg wd iuMH
»-,>M«.«4vaa. , Hm) l»i>4.
JERE. KELLY'S
COLUMN.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ONCE
said "If you wish to know
the value of a dollar, try to borrow
one." If you wish to know how
much a dollar will buy now, try our
bargains for one month. Until the
Ist of March
We will sell the following goods
to reduce our Stock for less than
ever before.
Western
Wash Machine for $4 00 has
sold for $!).00. This is the best
washer made. Good String Sleigh
bells for SI.OO was $2.00. A good
Tea Scale for 85c was $1.25. Forty
fivecent Pocket Knife for 25c. Iron
Glue, the best sticking glue ever
made; a 10c bottle for sc, Fifty
cent Box Paper and Envelopes for
25c. Solid steel Spiders No. 8 for
25c.
Everybody
Is interested in the "Weather,
buy a Hick's Almanac the best au
thority on weather reports, we have
them on our News Counter. Also
daily papers; the liecont, J'resa,
Inquirer, Times, and /N tun at Pub
lishers prices. Will continue our
Wall Paper sales, also 5c paper for
4c, 8c paper for (ic, 10c paper for Bc,
12c paper for 10c.
Window
Shades are still sold, 200 on
Spring Rollers. Best Manilla Rope,
12c per pound, all sizes. Steel Game
Traps with chains 12 and 15 cents.
Long Handle Steel Shovels @ 45c
was GOc. Forty-six piece White
Granite Tea Set $2.75, was sjiS .75.
One hundred Dinner Plates @ sc,
was Bc. Knives and Forks all steel
for (iOc, worth 75c. Nickle Plate
Table Spoons as nice as silver @ 45c
per set. Tea Spoons to match % 25c
per set. One hundred Wood Butter
Bowls 5 to 30c about one-hnlf the
usual price. One thousand square
feet of building paper, only SI.OO
was $1.25.
New stock
Will begin to arrive February
Ist. Lamps of all kinds:
Hanging lumps, $2 50 to 1 50.
Stand lumps, #:i .">u tu 2 50.
Hall lamps, !>•> 50 to 2 50.
Gold Band Dinner bets :
. 89 pieces,")
100 pieces, |
101 pieces, 112 *'■' 50 to 13 75 -
1 10;'» pieces, j
New lot came in this week.
Lounges and chairs will he sold
. at a huge reduction until March Ist
j lo make room for new stock.
Hardware department has many
seasonable bargains
(luck saws k{ s Oe,
Steel spiders J.'ic,
Blue enamel ware at half prioo,
I'ockel knives nt 50, 10c, Slj, *>" c
tnd (M).
Klecltiu door bells,
Ice >nw>,
I t.iit)!*,
Mieiglt IK lis,
Team lulls,
|io| »' kii'd* an 1 akuUa
C'ro»a cut n»lis u kinds.
Si'* blank l«>"ks, writing p.tp»r
md t itwlo|H--a mu uinilt'i| •< un h as
weekly and luoiilhlt time buuk ».
hitU'u I hi» is a u u 'd liu.u to
atai Ut I uid iu ii, rag*, Imiitu.i, bill
ur, |>utalue#, »li as, haj
uhlektus, etc. Wtt
■u.ti Wet | l let iui tli itt
Jere. Kelly,
UUUU tot* V lilt, i'X.
Arthur Heed of Towanda, is
doing the stenographcriug for the
court this week.
The Y. W. C T. U. will meet at
the home of Miss Finnic Meylcrt
Friday evening June 1, 1894. All
are cordially invited to attend.
District Attorney A. L, Grim, has
erected a wire fence around his lot
on the corner of Main and Muncy
streets. This adds to the appear
ance of his property very much.
The jurors in attendance at court
went home on Tuesday evening to
attend Decoration Day services, and
returned on Wednesday evening.
The court granted tliem this privilege.
Court I'roccrdiutf*.
And now to wit. May 23, 1864, at 2 p.
m.the several courts of Sullivan county,
convened at Laporte. (in the new school
house building, lion. John A. Sittser.
president and Hons. John Yonkin and M.
J. Phillips, associate judges on the bench.
Grand jury sworn; Michael McDonald
appointed foreman.
Constables made their sworn returns
for the various districts, in open court.
Com. vs. llarry Brown, assault and
battery; Grand jury find a true bill,
case tried, verdict—we find defendant not
guilty, and divide the costs, equally to be
paid by A. T. Mulnix prosecutor and
Harry Brown defendant.
Com, vs. A. T. iMulnix, assault anrt
battery; grand juty find a true bill, case
tried, verdict—not guilty and prosecutor
llarry Brown to pay the costs.
W. J. llotten-itine vs. A. C. Haverly,
the report of the inquest being read in
open court, WfS approved.
C. 11. Stroup vs. vVi.son Craft, May 28.
The return of the sheriff read in open
court, under the lien credit"rand con
firmed Ni. Si. May 30, 18U4, confirmed
absolutely.
In.re. "assignment of John Litzelman,
on motion to discharge the assignee, the
court directs that such application be
g;veu by advertisement for three weeks
in one weekly newspaper in Sullivan
county.
Lansh vs I.atish, Bennett vs Beunett
Gansel vs. Gansel, Ruffaniervs- lluffanier
Steigleman vs. Stegleinen. A. Walsh
Esq , appointed commissioner to take
testimony in these cases.
In.re. contested eleciion for collector
of Cherry township. This case is being
heard as we goto press.
(TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK )
WANTED.—A good blacksmith; for
further particulars write or inquire of—
J. W. BALLARD,
Laportc, Pa.
f1894!
SPRING
1894!
):o:(
\7\ J E ARE now prepared to show
you the handsomest and most
complete assortment of Dry Goods and
Notions in the county. Our stock of
piece goods Is complete, with the latest pat
terns— comprising b ith Domestic and
Foreigh Fabrics. We are satisfied we can
satisfy the most critical buyer, both as to
PRICE & MATERIAL.
A FEW PIECES of the well known
Llama Cioth,
for 10 cents per yard.
WE HAVE added to our stock H com
plete line of Hoots and 8h >es, including the
latest and nobbiest styles. Also a full liue
of ( liililron's Misses ami Ladies Pine Shoes.
Having bought them for cash, we are en
abled to sell them for the usual prices
asked for old style aud shelf worn goods
Our Stock of
Window Shades
Is complete Elegant patterns, patent
spring roller—tine, 25 cents up. We have
a full assortment «>f Floor and Table and
Stair Oil C'l.ith. We have just received
an addition to our
Wall Paper
stock, raug : ug In price from 4to 12 cents
per roll, Iniih tray whito and b;ck. We
are receiving dailv, new goods in our
grocery department, consequently are of
fering you fresh goodi at the lowest pricts.
Our Stundurd (or quality L» of the highest.
Flour— ww< * lww * n *
A U ~™ H1.33 per mm-U.
IK YOl' want Chop, Corn, Oats,
Screening*, lliau or I (ye. We etu »ave
you money. Heed Out* a specialty, (.'all
and ste us.
Cash Paid for Farm
Produeo.
WALTtR SPACER & SON.
I.N|i«rli>, I'M.
MAIN it. LAfOHIt, Wm.
OyitMi lu trver v sly I* aud uuim in KIUUM.
11 Itoitv <*iues, and tlgars ai«a»» in »t».« k
lit* K L*l r lu M'«SOII
No poiDi will IH- tpalid iu Malting on
t H>toiuirs,
r.w. iial Ptsyriti Nr,
Sawed Slmujlus
'Hie l<u*L lu Ih* walk. I ami
a< luw bult'Oi ptiirs
I tin • IIIIUS itn.Miulh mi HAND
Hill tiviiVer il iU»imi|.
Wnl - k.
ftfeftiim Ui'uiit,
Otillivan
Republican
$i
giriirL » .*« •< i
Fresh Stock j
AT THE —'
Tannery Store.
Having just returned from the |
City, where we purchased tlie
usual supply of Dry Goods, (
Groceries &c., suitable for the
season, we are prepared to sell \
tiie same at as reasonable prices ,
as can be had in the county.
OUR STOCK OF
GROCERIES
Are of the usual standard here
tofore sold in our store, and, as
much of these goods are pur
chased at a less price than
formerly, we are disposed to
give our customers the benefit.
OUR
ROOT A ,: D SHOE
Department cannot be surpassed
iu either quality or variety—
and the prices are less than
ever offered before in this
market. Spring Dress goods of
the different varieties, at prices
to suit the times.
James McFarlane.
LAPORTE, PA.
Push Will Tell!
Low Prices) «y *
Will Win.) VAV
This week we call
your attention to our
Domestic Department.
Bc, Lancaster Gingham, sc.
12} French percales, 10c.
French Salines, 15c.
10c, muslin, 7c.
Dress Goods Dept.
25c, now spring dress goods 15c.
Black fancy dress goods, 25c.
Black all wool serge, 46in. 75c.
Black and colored moire sil'is 50.
Notion Department.
Summer corsets f,oc, worth $1 00.
L\ & 11. 11. Corsets 75c.
15c, children hose, (5 pair for 25c.
Clothing Department.
$15.00 Men's - suits $12.00.
10.00 " " 8.00
800 " « G.OO
0.00 " " 4.00
Complete line of youth's and
boy's suits, froui $1 25 to SB.OO a
suit.
T. J. KEELER,
Center Main St, Laparie, Pa.
ASK
your Merchant for
Cunninghunt's
Celebrated
Non-rust I inware,
Family Solder,
Farmers Friend,
and Outfit and
Steam less and
Oder less Kettle.
ALL FIRST CLASS WOKO/EN.
NO APPRENTICE WORK.
Job and Custom work done.
IJAME S C r~N~y TNG 11A M,
J Jus/tore, J'u.
Jobboi-n & Mauufacturert of Tinwaro.
OPRY
a ÜBACH
FURNITURE
Dushore, Pa.
SPE"iL 1
ncm
Satnuel Cole,
I I# t*
I' >< *li Mifej* W| lnl >l*4ll
I In>'», Ultil
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I"t4t |uuttl*, <4i«, »ul
. I*j>. .u) ib4uit
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»AWt M- CO IK
ATTENTION
EVERYBODY!
Stop and rend llie FALL ami
WINTER announcement of tbe ol<l
Reliable Watcli—maker and Jeweler
of Duslioro, Pa.
I am constantly replenishing ni\
stock with the most desirable goods
to bo found in the market, suitable
for my trade ami within reacli of
j-our pocketbook, that I shall be
pleased to show you whenever you
can favor me with a call.
T shall make spcci.il prices from
now until the first d.\y of January,
1895 for the Holiday trade.
With many thank for your kind
ness in the past 14 years, I hope
by fair and square dialing to merit
a long continuance of the same.
Respectfully Yours,
J. V. Rettenbury,
Oct. 1, 1892. ])inshore, Pa
J. V. RETTENBURY,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
DUSIIORE, PA.
J. W. Ballard,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALEP
—lN—
is? i tPES mini,
—ALSO—
Farm aiifl Heavy Lenta 112 aeons
FACTORY WEST MAIN STREET
LAPOKTE, PA.
P. S.
, All kinds of repairing promptly
a ul neatly done at reasonable prices
\ ieious Horses Sh ><l in Martin's Ilorsi
Shoeing It'iek.
J. W. BALLARD.
May 13. 'O2.
j CROWN ACME
i Tie Best Baraii (ilfiat Can Bi
! Made Irom Petroleum.
It gives a brilliant light.
It will not smoke the ehimnej
It will not char the wiek.
It has a high fire test,
, It will not explode.
It is without comparison as }
perfection Family Safety Oil.
It is manufactured from the lines
crude in the most perfectly equippec
rotiueries in the world.
IT IS THE REST.
Ask your dealer for
CROWS ACME.
Trade orders filled by
The Atlantic Rkfinint, Co.
Williamsport Station,
\VillLimsport I'a.
FRANK H. MOODY,
I >USHOKE. PA.
Plain and Ornamental Painter,
Over Ffteeu Y< :>.rs Experience in tin
aud Country.
' JTonne mid Am//! I'aintuitj,
JJanijiiit/, (irainini/, /fitrdtrootl
Finishing, h'.tf.
Charge* Reason able. May 2'Jrd, 1>94
You don't feed your horse
with sawdust because it's cheap—of course not; but some
people think they save money by using cheap "manures"
on their farms.
There is a manure that's all manure— that's Baugh't.
Write us a postal c#rd. Tell us the kind of crops you're raising. We'll
huul )uu a sample ami tell you all about it free of charge, Adilri-s* :
BAUGH & SONS COMPANY,
Manufacturers of Kiw Hone Manures,
20 S. DELAWARE AVE., - PHILADELPHIA.
vsrrr YCRX "
WEEKLY TRIBUNE
- AN|» -
SULLIVAN IIEPUBLIOAN
UN t; v t:A H,
One /Pollm- ami la'tnlf/- /iir vln
\ 4..** 4i wt4u» lt« *1 i |.|> 4N UM'l Ml.ti*AM,
**4
.APORTE BANK.
LAPORTE, PA.
o a peneral Banking and Collecting
business Any business intrusted
to us will be carefully
attended to.
A fronts for
Steamship Tickets lo
and from all parts of Europe
nd for Fire Insurance t'nmpanie*.
J. ALFRED JORDAN, CABHIKH.
YL ILLIAMSPORT AND NORTH BRANCH
K* RAILROAD TIMETABLE.
[in effect Mny 21. 189«.]
NORTH.
I TRAINS."
j 5. 25. ; 23.
LR IP- M A. 11. A. M.
illiamfport 430 to 10 fl iu
; B "? 503 10 3d 837
~ "« 5 20 10 Ml 6 5(1
'"''"r' ltocks 528 10 50 657
lien Jliwr 542 11 Oil 707
lumy Valley ft 58 u ] H I 7j„
oni down « 115 u 24' 7 15
'oidmont « 21 11 38; 7 41
.aportc 638 11 54 800
; 1!l (!' lule R 55 12 lo| 8 15
>at t rti.-iu j 7 10 12 25 825
"Wan Jit | AJ# ;1 27, 930
SOUTH.
THAINS.~
12. 8 26. > 24.
A U. A. M. I*. M P. K.
Villiaoifpirt I 655 10 OS 5 2:.; 912
la "s ti 37 842 440 840
luehesville 000 925 423 825
; eture Kot-kt : 915 414 817
ilen Mll wry 1)0 402 8 OR
■lui.cy Vullry 841 343 7 si
•enrefown ; 835 337 746
Jordmunt 8 19 j2# 732
•"P'Tte 800 302 7 13
tingilalo 745 241 «55
»:IT lerlleKl : 735 230 630
'owanda I I 630 11 4 48
11. C. McCORMIOK, President.
REXJ. (i. WKLOH, ti crural .Manager.
R. K. EAVENbOX, Asst. Hen. Managor.
Business Cards.
K J. BRADLEY,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
LAPORTE, - - PA.
Office with Hon. E. M. Dunham.
J. &F. 11. INGIIA3I, "
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ATTOKNETB-ATT.AW,
LAPORTE, - - PA.
Legal i'.u incss attended to in this and
id joining Counties.
G, J - M^LI^R
ATTORN'ICY-AT-L AW,
3USHORE, - - PA.
Office with B. S. Collins,
JJ. M DUN HAM,
ATTORXEY-AT- LAW
£®"olfi *o over ICesKsr'a Store, LaPorte, Pa.
WENRY T. DOWNS,
luuif
ATTORN EY-AT-LA W
!x Protli'y. Register Jt Keaordcr of Sullivan C»
OFFICE with Sheriff Mahafley, LaPorte Pa.
P I*. INGIIAM & 11. K. NEWITT
»
ATTORNE YS-AT - L AW.
505 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa.
HOTEL KENNEDY,
LAPORTE, PA
DARBY KENNEDY, - PROP.
Everything First Class.
Charges Reasonable.
War 7-90
HAIL
TO THE
CHEAPEST
n 1 .vrs KVI:I:VI:OI>V s MOTTO
nd the people appreciate the fact that—
MS. LWIER'S STORE
is right "in it' 1 for cheap goods.
Iy groceries nre always fresh and of
the liest quality. Fli>ur and feed
the best the mtrkcl affords.
MRS. .V, C. LA UK It.
Mi y 1:1. I*.°

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