Reward Offered for Bombing
Herald of Feb. 11, 1897
The Pennsylvania Legislature was in session in the Grace Methodist Episcopal Church at Harrisburg.
The borough of Hollidaysburg was offering a reward of $500 for information about the bombing at the Gardner, Morrow, & Co. Bank.
The old Woolen Mill in Williamsburg was removed to make way for the Clover Creek Railroad.
It was predicted that there would be a good supply of ice for the coming summer. The crop just harvested was a good one.
The Patriotic Order of Sons of America, of Loysburg planned to celebrate Washington’s birthday anniversary in a befitting manner....