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Chan. F. Billamboz, Anrgnfc
D. H. liorfth,
FIHST NATIONAL HANK
OF DUSHORE. I'KNN'A.
CAPITAL - " $50,000.
SURPLUS - - SIO,OOO.
Does a General banking Business.
F. B. I'OMEROY, M. I). SWARTS.
F. \V. GALLAGHER, Prop.
Warm meals and lunches at all hours,
Oysters and game in season.
Har supplied with choicest liquors, wine and 1
ignis! Good stable room provided.
LAPORTE LIVERY AND
Connected with the Commercial
Hotel. First-class Horses and
OHAS. COLEMAN, Prop.
THOS. W. BEAIIEKf, Prop.
This new hotel has been recently openetl, newly
furnished throughout and will be run lor t
special accomodation of the traveling publh .
'J'he Iwst stocked bar in the county. Rates are low.
THOS. E. KENNEDY, Prop
This large and well appointed house is
the most popular hostelry in this section
W. E. POKTEU, Prop'r.
D. KEEFE, Proprietor.
One of the largest and. best equipped !
hotels in this section of the state.
'l'alde of the best. Ui.tes 1 .111) dollar per day.
J. & F. H. INGHAM,
ATTOUN RYN-AT- LAW,
Legal business attended to
in this and adjoining counties
£ J. MULLEN,
Ofllce in Court House Building.
Attorney at Law.
i itiice in County Building.
Collections, conveyancing; the settlement of
estates and other legal business will receive
J J. BRADLEY,
orricK in COUNTY nnn.niNa
NEAR COURT HOUSE.
LAPORTE, l'A I
Monday of "each week at Forkaville.
Kllery P. Ingham. Harvey K. Newitt.
|NGHAM & NEWITT,
OFFICES 714-17 FRANKLIN BUILDING.
133 So. 12th Street Philadelphia,
Having retired from the oltice of rnited*States
Attorney and Assistant United States Attorney,
will continue the general practice of law in tliej
United States courts, and all the courts of the
( Jity and County of Philadelphia,
HENRY T. DOWNS,
OFFICE IN PUBLIC B I) I l.li I NO
COURT DOUBR HQ!' A UK.
LAPORTE, PA. |
J # H. CRONIN,
OFFIC* ON MAIN STREET.
DU SHORE, PA
AND WAGON SHOP
Just opened at the Laport"
Custom work Boliciteil. All work
O. W. BENNETT, Prop.
To Cure Cnuitipatton Forevrr.
Take Cascarets Candv Cathartic. lOc or 25c
If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund muney
Kducate Tour lloneli With Caicareti.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c,26c. If C. C C. fall, Urugpists refund-money.
Republican News Item.
j (gleaning House <>
! C Yes, we have been cleaninghouse, and lind
| / we are overstocked with C
1 LACE PINS, SHIRT WAIST V
C EAR RINGS, SETS, /
J CUFF BUTTONS. ETC., ETC. \
\I/ I". IIAVI' filled one sliow ense with tlieni niul will close tlieni out
;it one-hall' or less limn t lie regular prices tor oa«li. II vmi lire £
C in neeil <>l nnvlliiiiir in I lie assorlmeiil it will pay yon i< > look tlieni over.
C We alsu have a 10l of second lininl waK'lies thai we will sell cheap 112
> RETT KN BURY, \
r DUSHORE, PA. THE JEWELER. /
▼ I ♦ ♦ ♦ The Cheapest Place in
~ - County to Buy
I_l • . $25 Wheels S4O Wheels
Large tubing, K Large tubing,
rat ' C Flush Joints, / Flush joints,
Fully ||<i| Wood rims, I Reversible
r* - Single tube tire, 112 Handlebais,
ar ife n ti u •i- 2 piece crank hang
■: Detatchable sprocket 1
an teed ers, Hunt saddle,
Single tube tire, etc.
BICYCLE REPAIRING and SUNDRIES.
JI and lobars. Saddles. Lam | is. Hells, Lock*. Brakes. Peddles. Cranks. SjNikv*. Itiins, Tires,
single and double tube, a full line of Bicycle Supplies.
New and Complete Assortment of all Staple
Goods in the Hardware Line ......
such a- Barbed Wire. Nails. Poultry Netting Milk Pans and I'ails, Harden Tool- Paints
and heavy and slielf Hardware. All kinds of Tin Work and S|K>utiugdoiu' l»y competent
workmen. Write for prices or give us a rail whenever in need of Hardware.
THIS SPACE RERERVED FOR
H. A. Rogers & Son.,
"ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY."
LAPORTE, PKNNA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER2II, 1898.
' John Buyer, boiler inspector for
the Fidelity and Casualty Insurance
Co., of New York, inspected the
Company's boilers at this place on
Wednesday, and found tlieni all in
I J. S. Taylor attended the reunion
of his regiment, the ">2d Pa. Vol.,
hold at Wilkes Ban-eon Wednesday
1 Daniel Schoonover attended the
reunion of his Company at Franklin
A number of our citizens attended]
I court this week.
Mr. Bullock, a member of the iith
j Regt. who is on a :10 day furlough,
stopped off at this place while on his
| way home, and visited his sister
| Mrs. p. K. Merthiew.
The wedding bells will soon be
| heard and if Dame Rumor is true
1 they will be iieard a number of times
| during the comming month.
Dan Donovan had his foot quite |
i badly hurt while at work in the
mines Thursday of last week. A
large lump of coal fell upon it.
Robert Mathews of Sayre, visited j
Ills old friends at this place Friday j
Finery Kirkcndall and wife are |
visiting friends and relatives at :
Frauklindale this week,
j Flunk Comensky has moved in
1 his new house near Mildred.
One of the Coal Company's mules;
dropped dead while comming from
a wake Friday evening.
A. 11. Roberts visited friends at
Towanda Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Daley ol'i
I Dushore, visited friends at this place'
Friday and Saturday evenings the j
play entitled the Noble Outcast was'
played in the K.of L. Ilall in behalf
of the Citizens' Military Rand by;
Prof. Win. F. MeXulty and wife as- j
slsted by a number of our best local i,
talent. The play was without any j
doubt the best that was ever played t
;in this town. The company soon),
| won the hearts of their audience both (
nights and the encores were numer
ous. Mr. and Mrs. MeXulty were
■ certainly tine- No actors have ever I
received higher prais in this town
' than they. AII the local talent did
| their part grandly,and justly deserve |
all the praise they have received,
; and we do not think their equal can |
he found among amateur actors. The j
play was a grand success in ever
j manner. The stage settings and
scenery were the finest ever in this
village. The Citizens' hand furnish-j
ed some some very fine music for the !
i occasion. The following local actors 1
from this place took part in the
drama: Messrs. Win. Brown, Win.
Thayer, Frank McMahon, Itobert
j McOee and Misses Katie Line and
Katie Finn. We sincerely hope
that this dramatic company will not j
cease here hut keep right 011 and give |
us another treat such as we had on I
Friday and Saturday evening. We
wish them the hearty support of the'
A number front Dushore attended
j the play here Friday anil Saturday
A couple of young gentlemen from
i Lopez had a runaway in town Sun
day afternoon which smashed the
wagon and tore the pickets oil' of a
j number of fences and threw one of
■ the young men out, but did no other
j damage. Come again boys.
A number of young ladies from
here attended the dance at Satterlield
! Friday evening.
T'-oinas Wright visited friends a 1
Waverly on Saturday and Sunday. !
William Walters attended the!
llughesville fair 011 Friday.
Mrs. James I'.McGee and children
of Lopez, visited friends here the
forepart of last week.
John Schaad, Jr. is making sony*
extensive improvements 011 hishoffc
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S.A.l>effen-T
bach, Friday, September a
Monday the Shinersvill stump
dodgers tackled the ball club of this
place on the Bernice diamond. The
stump dodgers got it to the tune of
10 to '2. Come again boys ami it
will be aught is aught two is a two
and there is nothing coming to you.
Court Proceedings. First Week.
| The regular term of the several
Courts of Sullivan county commenc
ed on Monday, September 111, at
p. m. lions. John S. Line and Con
rad Krails Associate Judges on the
(■rand jury called and sworn.
Benjamin Tripp, of Fox, appointed
j foreman. The charge of the Court
was delivered by Judge Kraus.
The constables of the several dis
tricts throughout the county made
j their regular returns in open court.
The courts then adjourned out of
respect to the memory of Kx-Asso
ciate .) udge F. B. Ponicroy, whose
funeral was being attended by the
President Judge and most of the
members of the Bar.
At !i o'clock Tuesday morning,
Court convened with President .Judge
F. M. Dunham,and Associate Judge.\
l Line and Kraus on the Bench.
The following were duly admited
jas citizens of the Fnited State.and
-worn in open court: John ll.Shultz
Alvin Tate, John S. Ilovira.
('ninth, vs ('has. Socman, alias!
I Beecher; arson. < fraud Jury Hud aj
! true bill. ()n arrangement the Deft,
j plead guilty. Sentenced to pay a
! tine of .Soli and the cost of prosecution j
and to be contined in the Industrial
j Reformatory at Huntingdon until
legally discharged therefrom.
Conith. vs John Ilavily; charge, i
i larceny at Jennings Bros, store at j
Lopez. True bill. Case tried, ver
dict, guilty as Indicted. Sentence, |
pay a line of sin and cost of pro-ecu- I
11ion, to return the stolen property
ito the owners, or the value thereof I
| and to be contiued in the Industrial
Reformatory at Huntingdon until
legally discharged therefrom.
The Sheriff is ordered to convey
these two youthful prisoner- to the
I reformatory within in days, and is
allowed one assistant.
Conith. v- F. P. Battin; convicted
.ofassault at the May Scssi m. In
this case, on petition of citizens and
on motion of Hist. Att.v. the Court
suspends sentence on the defendant,
renewing his bail to appear at next
Conith. vs Fdward Kilmer; I'.AB. j
<• rand Jury Hnd a true bill. Case'
tried. Verdict, not guilty and the
prosecutor, Homer Benninger, to j
Conith. \s Mike Davis; assault
with intent to kill. (irandJury
find not a true l>ill. Deft, discharg
Conith. vsChas. Crawford; assault
and battery. (Srand Jury lind not a
true bill and Susie < "rawford to pay
Conith. vs C. I'. Fierce; charge,
larceny. The defendant's recogniz
ance in this case having been forfeit
ed at last sessions, to be respited on
his appearance at this term, the de
fendant not appearing, the matter
was certified to the County Commis
sioners for their action and collection j
of forfeited bail.
On petition of citizens of Laporte
Borough, the Court appoint It. A.
Conklin, Treasurer of said Borough
to till the vacancy caused by the
deatii of Walter Spencer, late Treas.
John 11. Diefi'enbach vs Anna'
Dietl'enbach; in divorce. Subpoenal
directed to issue.
Sadie Swisher vs Frank Sw'-her, 1
Doro Bitter vs Tlios. Bitter, Frank
Davison vs Jessie Davison; the Court
appoint John 11. Lawrcr Ksq. as
Commissioner in divorce take tes
'•>iony in these ct'ses.
Jeremiah Davidson vs Mary Dav
idson; alias subpoena awarded.
The Court direct citations to iss.ic
in the following cases: To the Kxe
cutrix of the estate of Albert I'ardoe
deed., to file her account :ju da' -« be
fore next term. To the F.y' 11 tors
of the estate of D. J. Brobst < 1(1., to
• their account :i(i days berofo' next
111, also an order on the widow of
said D. J. Brobst deed, to wit: Han
nah Brobst and Charles Itmhst her
present husband to <?we security (
according to Act of Assembly etc. ,
To A. C. Brown Administrator of
FJizabeth Brown deed., to file an ,
inventory within .'JO days after serv- 1
ing of citation. j 1
111 re: Incorporation of the Boro. I '
of Kagles Mere. On hearing petition '
1.25 P er - Year.
of citizens, property owners, and on
I | motion of Atty. for petitioners, the
. i Court direct the petition to he filed
i ! in the office of I'rothonotary. Notice
. 1 thereof to he given in one newspaper
. | in Sullivan county for a period of
not less than :!(» days before the next
regular ter court. My the Court.
I.Mary Norton vs John Clark, et el
Rule on A. Walsh fo file warrant of
j attorney in this case in five days
after service of rule. Returnable
Noveinher Id, is'is, at i' p. in.
In re: Impicst on the hody of
• Miles A. Hums, decil. The Court
approve of the hill of Dr. Wacken
hlith, Coroner, in this case ami direct
same certified to County Coins, for
September 21, Is'is Court adjourn
ed until Septeniher i'(i, |s'ts.
Finders Severed j n a Printing Press.
While the Nkws lit.m steam press
was running out last week's edition
on Wednesday afternoon, A.T.Arm
strong of Sonestown, dropped into
the office to transact some business
; with the editor whom he found en
gaged at the press. In Pepping up
Ito the press fo make his business
known lie placed his hand upon a
projection of the rapid ruling press
: which operates a cam that produces
i an alternative motion that works the
J nippers which clasps the paper fo tin
cylinder as it revolves over the type
beneath. Mis hand was caught the
j instant it was placed upon this fatal
| spot and two of his lirst lingers on
I the right hand frightfully mangled,
j lie went direct to Hotel Maine
I where I >r. \\ ackenhuth soon respond
ed to a call, and proceeded at once to
amputate the lacerated members.
It was in this operation that Mr.
Armstrong displayed admiring grit
coupled with a demonstration of his
iron nerve, lie bore the excrucia
tion of this most painful operation
without tin- use of any antiseptic and
did it without any fuss. He was
made as comfortable as possible at
the hotel until Thursday morning
when he returned home.
Sullivan County Fair
livery farmer and merchant in
Sullivan county should attend the
! fair next week. Now let everybobj
| not only attend this fair but bring
! some exhibit. All cannot »-et prizes
! but you can help the good name of
Sullivan county. There is no reason
why the l'orksville fair should not
become noted as any of those in other
counties. We have the goods and
stock to exhibit which w ill compare
with any. We understand that the
Rcrniee Military Hand of which so
much has been written in prose and
poetry will furnish the music. With
the many attractions offered this
year a large crowd is expected and
preparations made to provide for
Reunion of Company C. 141st Pa. Vol.
On Saturday, September -1, at the
home of Comrade (J. 11. (iambel in
West Franklin, I'a., was the scene of
a gathering of the following named
comrades: ('apt. <!. W. lyilnioiv
and wife, Dan. Schoonover and wife,
l.zra S. Little, H ,op llorton, 1-'. I'.
Cole, C. W. Coll ;1L (iambic and
wife, John Rockwell and wife, K.JI.
Harris and wife, .lames nidgway,
Henry Harris and wife, Horace
Spencer, wife, son and daughter,
Lewis Reinbold and wife, A. Har
rington and wife, A. Williams and
wife, daughter and two sons.
Banquet at l:.'fil p. in. which the
party greatly enjoyed. Comrade
< iambic, in a short address, welcom
ed the old boys to his home. Several
patriotic songs were sung by ('apt.
Kilmore, assisted by ('onirade Speu
cer and others. Miss Spencer pre
sided at, the organ. < ion. 11 ..LMadill
talked lie boys in his genial man
lier, w>. a we were all pleased to
hear. Others w ere called and told of
some of their experiences in camp
life. Then a permanent organiza
tion was effected by electing ( apt.
(i. W. Kilmore, President; Daniel
Schoonover, Yice-Pres.; Ezra S.
Little, See'y. and Bishop llorton,
Treas. Time and place of holding
next reunion to lie fixed by the
L. S. Ll't'Tl.K, See'y.