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W. M. CHENEI? - • - Editor
FBI DAY. .W«.v 1 -Hh 18K9.
ENTERED AT POST-OFFICE. LAPORTE
r.4.", AS SBCOND-6LASS MATTER.
j v7 RETTENBURY> j
WATCHMAKER AND JKWKLKfi.,
The action of the Ohio Republi'
ran Convention on the subject of
pensions arouses considerable critic
cism among Democrats. It declar
ed in favor of the passage by the
next Congress of a general pension
bill for honorably discharged sol
diers and sailors of the Union during
the late war. Such a law is certain
to come. It is only a question of
time. The Burvivors of every war
iu which the United States took part
have been pensioned, not from the
close of such war but when the thing
could be done without imposing an
extraordinary burden upon the
Government. There ought to be no
objection in this case to following
the precedent already established.
It is simply a question as to whether
llie time has arrived for such an ex
ercise of generosity on the part of
the Government toward the patrio
tic defenders of the Union. It may
be added however, that the
Democratic organs do not take this
view of it. They are unalterably
opposed to rewarding the survivors
of rebel charges and robel prison
pens in this way.
The Philadelphia Uncord says
Extraordinary interests is manifest
ed in the announcement that General
James C. Lynch, of Philadelphia,
will in the fall marry Mrs. Anna
Pickett, the widow of the gallant
Confederate Gen. George E. Pickett,
W'ho led the famous charge on the
last day of the battle of Gettysburg,
General Lynch was Colonel of the
One Hundred and Sixth Penna. Bog.'
forming a part of the First Brigade, \
which met the charge of Pickett's ]
A dispatch from St. Paul states ;
that the first trial by an Indian jury ;
that everj- took place in the United
States, occurred at Red Lake Falls '
recently. It was not a trial, but a
preliminary examination of a sup
posed murderer, al»o an Indian, to j
ascertain if there was probable
cause for committing him for trial. I
He was held and the jury seemed to
be very much impressed and de*'
pressed with a sense of great respon- ■
sibility. Perhaps this experiment;
has discovered a way to avoid very j
much of the troubles heretofore ex
perienced on account of arresting i
Indian criminals. If the Indians
cense their responsibility they may
be equal to it.
The recent decision of the Sn»
preme Court with reference to the
licensing of brewers and wholesale
dealers will secure licenses to one
hundred and twenty-five persons and
companies in Allegheny County that
were refused license by Judge White.
In Pittsburg the number of licenses
will be nearly doubled as the result
of this decision. In Philadelphia
the effect of the decision will be to
add about 2,000 licenses to those al
ready granted, making in all at least
3,400. It is expected that through
out the State hundreds of persons
who were refused retail licenses will
now apply as wholesalers.
The assignees' report as to the
condition of the defunct Scr.tnton
City Bank, shows tshe assets to be
9209,325, discounted bills in favor
of Cashier Jessup and the Jessiip
Coal Company, $106,000. of which
the appraised value is $25,000..
The Rev. David Craft, Grand
Master of Penna. Odd Fellows sug
gests that the Laporte I. O. Oi F.,
Lodge hold a picnio during the
present summer and- invite the
neighboring lodges to take part.
He urges that an entertainment of
this kind would be beneficial to the
order in this section.
The will of General Cameron litis
been filed at the Register's office in
Harrisburg. It was not probated,
owing to the absence of one of the
witnesses. A large portion of the
estate, it is understood, will goto
the General's son,-Senator Cameron.-
The relatives are generally substan
tially remembered. Tlu value of the
estate is nearly $1,500,000.
It is whispered that Senator Cam
eron will resign his seat in the
Senate, owing to illness. Should
this prove true, Governor Beaver
will secure the appointment to fill
the vacancy thus promoting Lieu.
Gov Davies to Governor of the
M I.I.IVAN THE VllrrOH.'
Kilrain Haliiniore C'limiiplou,
The Bifl Boston Slugger Wine an Easy
Victors, His Adversary
Had Repeated the
NI:W Orleans, July B.—The great
est and most notable pugilistic event
of the age occurred near ilicliborg to
day, when Sullivan and Kilrain met
to tost their strength and skill in a
brittle for the world's championship
The result has sent star
to a point higher than it ever reach
ed before, and the proud distinction
that he isthe cliainpion of champions
applies now with more force than
The fight lasted two hours and
eighteen minutes. The first infor
mation of the result was brought to
New Orleans by the special train of
the Associated Press, which made
the run of lOu miles in three hours
and ten minutes. There was great
excitement at the ring side as Bud
Renaud, Mike Donovan and Johnny
Murphy made their appearance,
which they did at 9:30 a. m. On
the toss up for position Kilrain's re
presentative, Mike Donovan, woii)
and selected the Northeast corner.
Mnldoon, Sullivan's representative)
chose the Southwest corner.
At this juncture the Sheriff of the
count) - made his appearance, and in
the name of the State ol Mississippi]
commanded the peace, and rotiredj j
this being the only part of the au l * i
thorities to interfere with the light, i
At this moment the flag of Sullivan,
i brought from Boston, wan placed in]
his corner amidst great enthusiasm-
At 10 o'clock the sun having gone
behind a clould, there was no percep-j
tible advantage in either corner. !
THE PRINCIPLES ijf THE RING.
Kilrain was the first to make his
appearance, accompanied by Mike
Donovan and Charlie Mitchell. He
was greeted with applause, but wore;
a very serious air, as if fully realiz
ing the work before him. As the
crowd recognized the stalwart form
of Sullivan as he jumped into the!
ring, the cheers were deafening.'
He looked in marked contrast to
Kilrain, seeming to be perfectly at
his ease regarding the termination
of the contest.
THE REFEREE SELECTED.
After considerable wrangling over
the matter Charley Mitchell finally;
said they were willing to accept
Fitzpatrick, and the announcement!
was received with cheers.
Mitchell here went over and ex
amined the spikes in Sullivan's shoes' ■
Cleary doing the same to Kilrrcin.
Both men being now stripped, it
was apparent to every one present;
that Sullivan possessed great superi
ority over his antagonist in the mat
ter of size and development, the
muscles of his arms standing out in
big welts, his driving power appear
ing tremendous and he seeming in
the very best of spirits.
At 10:10 the principles and sec
ond advanced to the centre of the
ring and formed a maltese cross in
shaking hands, the latter retireing
outside the ropes and flie principles
to their respective corners. At the
call of time Sullivan and Kilrain ad
vanced So the centre of the ring, the
former wearing a confident smile,
Kilrain looking serious, and the
great battle for the world's champ
ionship began. i
Titnovra up the spotffiE.
When time was called for the
seventy-sixth round Mitchell ran
over to Sullivan's corner and asked
if he would give Kilrain a present,
provided the}' would throw up the
sponge. Sullivan generously ans
wered, "Of course I will," but
Mike Donovan seeing the condition (
of his principal, to save him further
punishment, threw up the sponge,
and Sullivan had Hgain proven his
title as the champion of the world.
The only marks on Sullivan were
a slight cut under the right eye, and
another on tho left ear.
SULLIVAN WILL RETIRE. 1
Sullivan say« he will never enter
the ring again under any considered
tion. He has done his share of slug
ging during his rather brief career
in tha fistic arena, and wanted no
more of it. He certainly did not in
tend to fight the California nogro,
for the simple reason that he con'
sidered it entirely to degrading for
a white man to plaoe himself in
equality with a negro.
MiijrifcMloiiN for Appropriation* for |
HARRISBUKO, July 7 —Joseph S.
Edwards> a member of the Slate
Board of Health who was sent out
by Governor Beaver to investigate
the sanitary condition of the flooded
towns in the Susquehanna region,-
has sent ib Lis report. He suggests
that to give Jersey Shore $10,000;
Tioga, $2,000, and LaWrenceville,
SI,OOO for the purpose of improving
the sanitary condition, would be a
He says the condition of the dug
wells in Jersey Shore is very bad
and that they are practically pollu
ted in the most foul manner. Tioga
he found to he in a worse condition
than Jersey Shore, and Lawrence
ville he found to be equally as bad
as far as the purity of the cellars
and wells Were concerned.
He advocates the abandonment of
the pollutod wells nnd the driving of
new wells and the thorough cleaning
Up of the towns in order to avert an
)l.|comlii|| Count)' Divided
The Sun and 7}anner says: How
would the people like the idea of a
new county 1 Such a possibility
seems remote, but it is neverthe
less the fact that a movement is
quietly going on looking to that re*
suit. The people South of the
Susquehanna are agitating the idetli
They say that they Lave eight town
ships and two boroughs that pay
more than half the taxes in Lycom
ing county if we leave Williamsport
out. The proposed new county
would include the borough of South
Williamsport and Dußoistown aud
tho townships of Clinton, Brady,
Washington, Bastress, Armstrong, |
Susquehanna and Limestown, and
there are three townships in Union
county that would be willing to join
the new domain. The agitation
springs from the feeling on tbe free
l'njrlnff Off ttf JolniMtowi*/
JOIINSTOWN, July 7.—Contractor
McKnightand Finn paid off their
men yesterday, $15,000 being re
quired. Captain Hamilton, who suc
ceeds Colonel Douglas is Chief
Engineer, assumed charge of the.
work last night. Workmen begato
yesterday morning removing tho big )
pile of sand in front of the Cambria j
Iron Company's oflice. The stench
from it was so great that the men were
driven away until it had been satura
ted with disinfectants. The work
men then removed twenty barrels of
sugar that emitted a sickening
smell. No badies hate yet been
found in the pile of sand, but it if*
thought that several Will be found.
The remains of a child were found
at noon in front of the Western Un
ion Telegraph office.
It Ittemiw AnolH«*r Rrnncfi-
From the Muney Luminary.
A corps of engineers are making
a survey on this side of the river,
from the Pennsylvania bridge, below
Montgomery, to Williamsport.
What this means no one he:*e can
tell for a certainty, but it is gener
ally believed the Pennsylvania Ivail
road Company intends to lay a track
on this side of the river to Williams
port. This Woirfd do away with the
rebuilding of the railioad bridge at
Williamsport, and would certainly
be a great benefit to Muncy's busi
ness men and manufacturers as well
as to the traveling public, and would
bring a large amount of business to
that popular road, which it now loses
by being so far away from the town.
A l.nrp« I'HMwlrf.
According to the Bloomsburg
tool umbin/* Colonel Corcoran, ot
this city, r.nd Wilson Kistler, of
Lock Haven, have let the contract
for the erection of one of the largest
tanneries in the country at Jameson
CiSy, Columbia County. Three
buildings will be erected—a main
building, a storage building for
hides and leather, and a leach house.
These together with bark sheds and
scales, will cover a large space of
ground North of the town. It has
been ascertained by those who are
investing money at that place that
there will be sufficient bark in the
surrounding mountains to iun a
tannery for at least thirty years.
To Itcvive the Greenback I*urty.
WASHINGTON, July B.—George
O. Jones, Chairman of the National
Greenback party, has issued an in
vitation requesting all persons who
desire to aid in' reorganizing the
National Greenback party, to meet
in their l respective states and Con
gressional districts on or before'
September 4th next, and appoint
one delegate ard one alternate to'
attend the National Greenback Con
vention called to meet at/ Cinciunati
ion September l-2Ui. next.
LAPOTE TOWNSHIP STATEMENT.
Jnmes J. Murrny in acct with Laporte twp
tis supervisor for (he year emling March 11 'B9
To amount of duplicate 204 70
By amount of exonerations 3 59
amt relumed 17 47
c«l by cash 10 22
00l by work 171 42
202 70 202 70
Used from county treasurer 613 00
Obi by cash on duplicate 10 22
To recipts filed 531 9S
amouat iu hands of supervisor 91 24
623 22 623 22
Sbrvlco of J J Murray 111 00
To order of the abovb 111 00
111 00 111 00
A E Botsforit in ncct with Laporte twp ns
supervisor for tho year endirig Jlarch 11 'B9.
To amount of duplicate 246 26
By exonerations 5 07
returns 6 26
eol by cash 84 57
by amount uncollected 12 00
do 00l by work 138 36
246 26 246 26
Money reed from Co treasurer 1054 21
do former Supervisor 151
Special nnd extra road indney
tfecd from Collector 608 29
reed order on Lhporte borough 13S 08
do from former col 6!) 86
By orders redeemed 1280 22
amount of interest paid 69 65
receipts fi'ed 518 52
hlacksmithing etc 7 70
balance due supervisor 4 15
1876 09 1870 Ofi
Supervisors services 150 0(1
Order for above 150 t)0
150 00 150 od
Wm E King and J P Pennington in ncet
with Lnporte twp ns oversfcers ot pobr for tho
j6ar ending June 3 'B9
i& balance in hand from last year 420 52
rccd of Wm Fairman 16 55
By rccts from state hospt. Banvillo 104 28
auditors nnd clerk twp orders 36 50
reel of W M Chi ■ney for pub
statement of'B7-'BS $2 50 eath 5 00
services of W E King 9 00
do J C Pennington 500
balancß in hands ot oVersecrs 277 29
437 07 4Sfro7
John C. Botsford in acet *itb Lnporte twp
as collector of extra road money for the year'Bß
To amt of duplicate 449 3p
5 pef cent aiided 3 30
By exonerations 13 36
returfted 25 56
amount coll less 5 pt-r cent 232 42
commission of 3 per cent 6 97
reduction of 5 per tent 11 62
col face of duplicate 87 21
coin t>n the above 4 36
«ol with 5 per cent added 35 54
com on above 1 77
amount less 5 per cent 33 85
453 66 452 66
John P Uotsforl In acct with Lapctte twp as
collector of speciul r&ad moned for She year 'BB
To amount of duplicate 44'< 36
5 per cent addAd on uoeol'd 124
exonerations 13 Ofl
returned 25 kg
amt collected plus 247 22
coin of 3 per cent 4]
the reduction of 5 per cent 12 30
amt eol face of duplicate 82 36
gum on the «bo?e 4 01
c Oi plus 5 per cent 26 12
fcom on above 1 30
ainouut ttWolfeOtcd 30 90
450 60 450 60
Liabilities indebtedness, and resources °f
Laporte »•»!>■ for the year ending .March 11
Judgment in hands of 11 T Downs 247 06
Duckbill Sands of Mrs Sfnelair lfiO'OO
do John Karge 125 00
Note do ('OO Ileftick 82 0°
Sui.ervisor's order Botsford 150 50
,lo Murray 111 00
Road inacMne . 228
Orders outstanding 1150 00
Liabilities in excess of rejourcei 1574 19
John C Botslorif 11 acct with scb"ol directors
of Lnporte twp collector of school tax for the
year ending June 3 1 1888.
Whole amt »112 Duplicate 556 73
5 per cent added on uncollected 535
By exonerations 27 63
returns 26 73
amt col within 60 days 229 00
col com of 8 per cent on Wbove 6 91
reduction of 5 per cent 12 18
eol face ol duplicate 140 16
col com on above 7 CO
balance uncollected 101 55
5 per cent added to uncollected 5 35
collector's commission 5 62
562 SB 562 08
Statement of the receipts and expenditures of
Lapurte two sehool districtsfoi the yitr ending
June 3d 1889.
attit reed from former treasurer 72 43
do J C Pennington 8217
do J Botsfnrd col 'BB 392 50
do Co treasartr 325 00
do state 'propriation'Bß 157 95
3y teachers Wages 750 w
fuel and contingencies' I*"®
troas commission t7 73
balance on hand ' 5 63
1030 05 1080 05
Balance on hand 125 68'
In Co treasurer's handr 176 63
Reaoutccs in excess of liabilities 233 81
408 81 403 81
Wd tbe undersigned auditors anil slerk do
hereby certify that the foregoing statement is
tru* and correct to the best of our knowledge etc
L K HAVITT, V Auditors.
DANIEL KKELEK. J
J H KING, Town clerk.
EalglesMero, Pa., Oct. 1 1889. The
1 \ firm of E. V. Ingham .t Co is hereby
disolved by mutual consent. All persons having
claims against said firm present' theui tu
the successor Ingham and Breed and all persons
owing said firm will plea« settle.
E, V. IN'GHAM AJ. BREED.
E, V. Ingham & W. A. lireed have funned
3 co-partnership under the firm or Ingham <t
Breed, and will continue the business ol the late
tirm and will be pleased to see their 1 friends at
ADMINISTRATRIX KOTICE.NOTICE IS
hereby given, that I have taken out ad
ministration upou the estate of Geo Gower
late of Davidson twp, dee'd. All persons who
have clninis against said deceased 1 will present
thein duly nutbendietid for settlement and
those who know themselves ind-bted will please
make payment without delay.
SARAH S. GOWER
Sonestown Juna 10th 18811. Aduirx.
hereby given, that I have taken out ad
ministration upttn the estate of August Oe h
sley late of Cherry township, deo'd All per-
Wns who have claim ugiicat taid deceased
will present them duly authendicnted for set
tlement nnd those who know themselves in
debted will please make payment without de»
NICHOLAS KAROE. AdminiS rntor.
Ringville, Pa., July, 3d, 1889.
LAPORTE BOKO SCHOOL ACCOUNT.
Statement of adct of Fus»el Karris treasurer,
for the year ending June 1889.
To state nppropridtion 58 50
Received from K M Stormontcoi 505 19
do W M Cheney ccl 281 16
do 1> Hcvnolds 43 57
liy orders paid 462 51
2 per cent com bn $462 51 9 25
balance in hands of trias 416 66
BSB 42 888 42
Statement of acet of R M Stormont collector
of "ichoul tux for tho year ending Jur.o 1889.
To nint of duplicate for school tax 399 72
Building tnx 349 84
By receifls of treasurer Gi)s 19
exonerations allowed Schobl tar 19 00
Building tax 4 75
lands returned 12 60
Commissions 32 59
balance due 174 93
749 06 749 06
Statement of resources and liabilities of La-
Jiorto boro school district .Time 8 1880
Due for E M Z>unhnm former treas 12 05
do Wm Meylfcrt former col 25 31
do 1) Ryenolds former col 21 56
do R M Stortnont col 1888 174 98
In hands of treas K Karns 416 66
Orders outstanding 81 11
To building funds C 32 54
Excess tff liabilities 65 10
Building tnx account:
from tax of 1887-8 308 21
do 1888-9 324 29
Stattmonf of Laporte Bon ; for tbe year end
ing April 7 1889. Ir: account with R M Stor
1> r Cr
To amount of duplicnte 359 59
By ami of treas receipts 250 12
Rebate for ill 81 at 5 per cent 8 89
By corf! for eol 78 92 at 3 per ct 369
com 112 r col 270 29 at 5 per ct 13 51
Amt of exonerations 5 30
Taxes 1 eturned 5 46
Amt due froirt R M Stormont col 7S 42
359 59 359 59
In account willi Wallet Spencer treasurer.
Received of R M Stormont eol 250 12
liecd for boro hotel license 85 GA'
Amt rccil of county treas 52 71
By coin on $297 64 at 2 per et 5 95
' Orders redeemed 297 64
Amt duA from Walter Spencer Tr S4 74
38V 33 388 33
| Due IV6III R M Stormont col 1888 78 42
Oo J' Renolds col 'BS-6 43 85
do J McFnrlanc former trS'as 15 28
In bands of E P Ingham 30 00
do treas Spencer 84 74
Liabilities ill excess 6f resources 367 86
Judgment in favor of P Karge No 7^T
1880 (us£ with interest and cost 50 76
i do JII Klynn without interest 120 28
I do Walter Spencer 7510
1 Orders outstanding 374 ol'
j Statement Af Laporte boro poor funds Airil
! 10th 1889.
j Liabilities: Orders outstanding in favor of
E 1' Inghluil 1,4 00
j Resources in excefs 8 10
Resources: lixin from Robert Stormont
j overseer of poor 4 90
Ilernett riote inst for 8 years 14 20
j We the undersigned audlfors for the boro of
LuporW, certify thnt the foregoing accounts
' aro true and coirect to the best of our knowl
edge and belief
W M CLFENEY.
April 20th 1889 Auditors.
T. J. iCeeler,
Has just receifed auewline offspring
goods at ju ices which will aston
ish the purchaser in quality
jr&onsistiiig of Pry Goods. Not ions,
Ready made Clothing, Hats and
Caps, Boots and Shoes, <j>ueSnswaro,
Hardware, and in fact, everything
that is kept in a general store. Cal
icoes from 5 to 8 cents per yd.
]?oy's suits of clothes $1.25 to §O.OO.
Men's suits of clothes form ss.ooup.
Three Cans of corn 25c. Call and
contfiiYce yourself of the variety of
good"* and low prices.
T. J. KEELER.
Pa., May Bth, 1889.
Campbell & Son.
(jencral merchants of Shtink, wish
to call the'attention of the many
citizens of the Western portioli of
the county to the fine selection of
goods j list'received, consisting of:
Summer Prints, Dress SiHtings,
Ginghams and all kind of Dry Goods
and Notions, Jerseys, Gloves and
Mitts, Ladies and Gents Furr.ishing
Good?, Men's Boy'ff and Children's
clothing Hats and Caps, Boots ancl
Shoes, Straw Goods, Crockery and
Glassware, Hardware and Haying
tools, and a Fresh line of Groceries,
Tobacco and Cigars, and every thing
usually k?pt in a General Store, also (
Alien ts lot
We have the finest and larpest
assortment of goods ever offered to
the people of Shunk and vicinity,
and sell as cheap as any firm in tiie
county. Give us a trial and he con
vinced. Thanking our Old (JUstoni
ers for their palror.age ni past, and
trusting that they may continue,
we remain'yours etc.
J. H.-OAMPBELB & Sox.
June ; 1880. Shunk, l'i*.
SHERIFF'S 8A T JE,— Bv virtue of a writ of
Fi. FA* issued out of the Court .112 Common
Pleas, of Sullivan County, P a ., »nd to me dir
ected there will he exposed to public sale on
th'e promises of W. 11. Denslow in Eagles
mere Shrewsbury twp., Pullivaii Connty, Pa,
on Saturday the third (lay of August 1889, at,
11 o'plook a.m. The following > rop(-rty, v ii:
all that piece parcel or lot of land situated in
Eaglesnicre, Shrewsbury twp Sullivan County
Pa., bojmled and described as follows vir., it
the easterly side of Pennsylvania Avenue at the
isomer of Clay Street, tlicnbe Northwardly
along the easterly fide of Pennsylvania Avenue
41 fret to line ot lot to 5 of section No. 6,
thance ale ng lot No. 5 cn a line nt right
angles with said Pennsylvania Avenue 200
feet to a jloitit in the Northerly boundary line
of lot No. 7. of section Ko. 0, tlience North
ten degiees West along ends of lots No. 5,
4 and 3, 15(1 feet to corner in fine of lot of
Mrs. Ellirott. thenre along said Ellicott lot
North XII degrees i ast 160 fret to a post,
tlici ce South 10 degrees East 105 feet 6 inchesto
line of Clnv street, thence along the said street
south 21 degrees west 2(10J feet to angle in
Clav ir'reet, thence along Clay street wesiward»
ly 200 feet to pluee of beginning. Containing
about t-ne and one half acres. lifting lots Nos
2. 0. 7. and 8. of section No. fi.. of a plttn of
EaglesMcre, as laid out by Wm. A. Mason,
and being all improved, and containing there
on erected n two story frauic or plank dwelling
house with kitchen part attached, a plank Cot
tage one story used as sleeping apartments, art
ice house woodshed (>r sum met kitchen, frame
barn, plank store building one Story, a 'arge
building SO by 112 feet built for a skating Rink
used for that and a hall Ac. The whole beini
subject to the restrictions contained in deeaS
from Wm. .Bradford.
Seized and taken in execution as the
erty of W. H. Denslow. At the suit of First
National Cant of Towatula, Pa.
lIENERT TRIPP, High Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, LaPorte, Pa., July, Ist, I?S9
B. HILL, M D.
PllYSlfclAN i SuRfiEON,
Office on the corner of MBin A
LA PORTE, PA.
WILI-IAMSPORT AND NORTH BRANCH
raihoftd. In cfl'ett Monday, Nov. 19 'BB'
A. M. P. M. STATIONS A. M. P. M
900 4 I H ...Williarnsport... 935 5
9 10 4 20'...Montoursville... 9 24 1 547
925 530 Ha 115....... . 9 Il| 53f
931 541 Pennsville..... 8 54) 4 15
9 S'.lj 549 ..Opp's Crossing.. fl It 406
9 55| 605 ...I'ictureßocils... 830 350
It) l'«| 6 1 ft!....Lyon's Mi 11.... S 24; 344
10 02 6 121 Tivoli 8 22; 342
10 10 0 20i....51cn Mawr ... 8 141 334
10 18 628 .......Edkins....... 805 3 25'
10 22 632 ....Strawbridge.... 801 321
10 47 637 ....Beech Oien.... 758 31#
10' 3ft fi 40 ...Murey Valley... 7 541 314
10 ild 6 401 Sonestown 7 45 1 , 305
10 48 6 58i (jSlidiwoll I 7 J>6| 2 . f >6'
10 57 7 07 1....L0ng 8r00k.../ 7 27] 247
It O.J 714 Nordmont | 7 151 240
At Muncy Valley stages connect toanJ'frouV
BaglepMero and Forksville,
At Nordmont ptat.es connect to and from La-*
Porte, I'xshire, Towanda and Central.
liFXJ. G. WliLt'li, Uei dral Manager.
MOUSE, CA iiJtIA GE, SlGjrf
AND DECORA TIVE
Work done in any part of the"
Country. Estimates and designs
furnished free on applica
tion by letter.
P. 0. box 5, LaPorte, Pa.
A NEW STORE AT
* —FORKSViLLE —*
The undersigned has opened ah'
agricultural store at Forksville, arid
carries in stock a full line of Seed
ers. (The celebrated "Warner".)
Moiciug Machines,' Jiindcrs,
Reapers, Farm Wagons ,•
Spring Wago?is, Jhiggies,
Sleighs, Cutters, & etc.
In fact all lines of farm utensils'
and agricultural iihplcnients. Com©
and examine nay stock and prices.
F. O. SCHAN BACKER.
JLj£ENRY T. DOWNS, "
Ex-Prothonotary/RccisUr & Recorder of StllUCcf'
0f1i66 at Rc6idf nre on M u ncy street
T. J. & F. 11. INGHAM,
Attorneys at Law,
Legal Business attended to in this
and adjoining Counties.
Telephone Communication direct
with County Offices at Laporte.
Oils! Oi hi Oils'.
( rutin • Jrwip,
TH EFINEST BURNING GILMABE
THE CROWNING GLORY
of the tune? for illuminating puposes,
or t» famijy light—family safety oil -
CROWN A' ME,
THE CIiISAM OF PETUOLEUM.-
1T IS PERFECTLY SAFE.
You can pin your faith to it as a 4
FAMILY SAFETY OIL.
Ifyou'ralue liglit and salety ic*
your homes, asli for Crown Arfme.
For stale to ihs trade by
,^ u ELMIHA CIL UO.,
ELMIRA, K Y.