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125 Years Ago

Herald Installs New Press

Herald of July 7, 1899

The Herald installed a modern cylinder press.

A powder and dynamite works was about ready to begin operations in Williamsburg.

Two balloon ascensions and fireworks were the attractions in Salemville the evening of July 4.

The Pittsburgh Telegraph was advertising in the Cove that it was available at all agents for a penny a day, six cents a week.

John S. Guyer of Loysburg shipped a carload of sheep to the eastern markets.

Cellars and gardens were flooded in the lower part of Roaring Spring after a heavy rain. The victims included Dr. Eldon, E.Z. Kagereis and J.Q. Adams.



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