125 Years Ago
Reward Offered for Bombing
February 10, 2022
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....