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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 18, 1904, Danville, Pennsylvania a for hie Florae l he circulation of Tais paper is increasing rapidly it will pay you to advertise in the subscription Lafr year dlr. Irving ii. Jennings a uus list. Of face hours state a brat v this country will Nevier la. Entirely free until ii supplies All of it sown dim and with its own vol. Miao do talk. Ia., til 11isday Almust is 11 01. Esta hushed in 1855 Job printing the Ottine of the american being furnished with a Large assortment ref Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing of All kinds and description 10.1 work of i 9 a. M. To i m i p. At. To s p. M. 10u Mill a St. On it Ille. Pit. Kiev Ltd m. 425 Mill St., h. Diseases of the stomach an 1 a special a. Captain Robert Allison. Willis l. Bryant. Olih s is. Lippe Hon. R h. Koch r j. Mills w. O. Bill mail. Thom an b Zulig. A m Al-1 Bright Aud if i a i Uipi. Lists a Robert Allison. Willis l. The 1 no period of conjecture and hair s r. Leippe Hon. R. Uncertainty As to what was in store at the River Bridge is at last at an and definite facts were 1 grind monday ii Sii Autz the sever which shows that be re flu a it be of k i t the Danville and another week work along some lines a. W. F. office 218 Mill Street. Extracted without p Crown and Virld work a specially. with the Latea and improved an pre red to execute the most difficult work. Or. C. Ii. Reynold t 288 Mill of uvula a. Ivy mistry in All its moderate a i Katar Wisheu n Arices wore guaranteed Bloom Harg file conc Railroad who will be in Progress arrived in this City tuesday Jester Bennett Johnson of Ridgway one Day went carefully Over the entire of the foremen employed by j. S. Line and on returning expressed them Caldwell of Trenton a. Who has a visas immensely pleased both with the contract for building the Subtile excellent Progress made with the Structure of the River Bridge just arrive work and the thorough and Workman de at Rooth Danville monday for the like Nia uner in which every part of purpose of securing quarters for the tie line is constructed. Men and otherwise preparing for the the Road is now approaching co building of the Bridge Cletion and unless some unforeseen i during an interview with a rear delay occurs the cars will be running Seuta Tive of the morning news last evening or. Johnson stated that the tools were shipped from a tin a Villa okie placed condensed is. Many Danville people Are taking in rhe sights around to ton this week. Or. And mrs. Yei r of Philadelphia Are spending a few Days with miss Delong at Blue Springs Farsi. Danville hid a Large contingent of a visitors this summer. Rinmo Quito s Are kill of froze you a these Cool night the a full Dinn r pail this year i a not have beet in or. The new dwelling House being built by l j. Davis <11 i wer Mulberry Street is rapidly completion. The House which caul it us All the mod a Eru improvements will he occupied by Herb it Dreifuss. Important dates so t 5, labor d a nov. 8, Prest Dent Ial election nov. 34, thanksgiving Day it is a matter of regret that the beef packers Coal 1 nut make up the difference in the pay Rill by charging foreign Consumers As much As americans have to pay. Now that irs a boy i t the japs look at. August also deserves to be classed among the Balmy Mouths. Now that the Czar has a Bey that he a can walk the floor with nights he won t have so much time to think of this other troubles. In order to curtail expenses the be to High Valley has Laid off the gravel it rain Crew and la bikers on the m aha Noy Aud Hazleton d vision for ten Days. Many of the Navy gang Are also having in enforced idleness. The things you did not say in your a Tore advertising Quot for Lack of space May be the things which would have brought a Hundred customers to your a Tore. Owing to disappointment brought of by failure to Progress in her pro Fessio miss Minnie Simon who appeared Here last season with the miss Bob White company ended her life in Philadelphia last week by committing suicide. It is reported from White Deer that two men caught a tub full of Fine Pike the other Day by the use of dip nets one of the parties would hold the net at the Mouth of the deep holes while the other one waded above in the shallow water Aud drove the fish into the nets. According to report the parties have been engaged in the illegal practice for a Long time. They will doubtless be arrested and Pun shod. A if the russian flex to made it escape from port Arthur it was a narrow one. Judging from Admiral Togo s report ithe russian naval r it n and a had better borne the ills lie had than flown to those he a new not of. An interesting work to bring music info the live of the poor is revealed by the first Aducal Rort of the women a philharmonic 48oci to of n w York. It a not in Ltd a it a give Many concerts Fot the people hot it has made a special Point of enabling poor children of Talent to Ohi Aiu a musical education. The refine n Aud elevating effect of music Well understood and work along this 1 ii is being done in Many of the smaller towns. The a a Road to Storc Prosperity is a Loog and a hard on unless the merchant wears the a a set a league boots of newspaper Pabli Ity a who h efface time and Dis Ance. Beware of unwholesome fruit. In one week Tipre were 111 deaths from the effects of eating Otma get of Ripe or stale fruit reported in Philadelphia much of Fie fruit in tight to the local Market is grown in the. Country hut a Areat Deal is brought hero from the South it would h Well a for Consumers to be wry careful in selecting fruit for tin in rash s. Is in a wholesome fruit i a prolific source of Kui Sease. A no is n i negative in a woman so Mouth and the woman who is not a convinced by your had. Today May be a tomorrow a if your advertising is of the Quot right kind the Anthracite Trade a ices not look encouraging Rule a we have an Early fall and Winter it inks ire unusually Large and Curta Lent of production will be probable for several weeks. By september 10th. Grading is completed to within a Short distance of fishing Creek Aud by saturday night the Road bed w ill he completed and the track Laid up to that Point. This will leave but Oue mile to Complete the distance Between fishing Creek and Bloomsburg. O or this Short stretch the work will be Light and the track will soon be Laid. The work of stretching wires has be u delayed by the removing of Telephone poles. These Are now about ill out of the Way and by saturday night the overhead work will be completed As far As the track is Laid. Next week the turnouts will be put in. The of these will to Laid at Grolama. The two towns of Danville Aud blon Niburg will each have turnouts one inside the Borough and the other outside the limits. The roof of the Power House at Grova i amp was finished yester in a id the boilers set in position. The car barn will next he tackled. The plans for the building Are now completed and show a Structure 112 by 50 feet affording room for live Cas Aud a now pm in and containing a work room for car repairs. The five handsome trolley cars belonging to the Lin were shipped at Philadelphia yesterday and Are now eur route to Danville. The cars Are entirely modern embracing All the new improvements known in trolley equipment. Tudor each car is a motor of 140 horse Power. Each of the cars is equipped with a Westinghouse air Brake and a Westing Lionso electric in Brake besides the la St improved hand Brake. Two of the cars will he fourteen Bench open cars seating eighty four people two will b Plain pcs Seeger cars seating forty nervous each Aud our a com bin i. % u Lagg 1 a the Danville and Bloomsburg electrical Rii Ruad Ooin Tuy intends building its line to the Hospital for the insane and will comm a Nee the construction of its track on East Market Street within Teu Days. The citizens of Danville Aud blooms Burg a alike As Well As of the farming Community intersected by tin line Are highly gratified at the rapid Progress made and All the developments which show that the two towns at such an Early Day Aro to a connected by a trolley line so thoroughly modern and Well equipped. In Danville especially no More Welcome news has been heard for some time than the fact that the Deville and Booras Burg c it Many intend at the present time running its line open to Market Street to the hop Tal for the ius Aue. Or. Pascoe Whoso Good management and Energy has been Manifest at evry stage of the work comes in for his toll share of Praise. It is quite apparent that the Road is backed by a Strong combination of capital which augurs Well for the Success and permanency of the Enterprise. The Ron Back of it Are experienced in trolley affairs and Are Large investors in other lines and that they have full Confidence in the proposition Here As Well As in tie judgment an 1 Good management of or. Pascoe has been made quire Manifest by their present visit. Yesterday and Are expected to arrive at South Danville by the last of this week or the b ginning of next. By the term a a tools is meant the heavy eight ton cranes the engines to operate them &3. When those arrive a Force of work n will be on hand to St them in position after which work of the Ero Tiou of the piers Aud abutments will begin. Or. Johnson says that the Stone already dress a will b shipped to Danville from the Quarry in Elk and Clearfield counties. Some sixty men will be employed on the sub Truetner of the Bridge. While work is in Progress the Headquarters will to in South d Mville. Or. Juh Ushii monday was making inquiries for vacant houses which will be needed to shelter the men the switch will be built it possible to acquire the tight a. And work our May begin at any time. At ill w a Dino to Vaiatica drawing to a close. Vacation is rapidly drawing to a close on next monday a week August 29th, the school term will begin. During the Short interim the teachers ont of town will return and prepare for another nine months of hard work. Parents Aud pupils likewise a vill find plenty to do in Ltd r to he ready to respond we u the sch a 1 by in ring out after their Long silence on the morning of the 29th. One of the duties which the not neglect is to att my to the matter of vaccination for it i it hardly Neces sary to Call attention to the t thar the school Law forbids teachers or principals to admit student who have not pupils attending our schools who were successfully vaccinated last for any previous year during his or her school life and furnished a certificate to that effect need feel no concern a it to vaccination this year hut will be admitted without question All new pupils however entering our schools for the first can he admitted Only by producing a Cert tical a from a physician certifying that they have been successfully vaccinated. The school Law is very strict in this matter and no exceptions will by made each year a considerable number of pupils arrive at school age taking the place of those who graduated the previous year or dropped out during the a. Of those who have not yet reached school age hut Are Between five and six All whose next birthday occurs Between the opening of the schools Anil the christinas vacation will be permitted to attend at the he ginning of the term those who will not be six until Between the holidays Aud Spring will not be admitted until the reopen aug of the schools after the Christmas vacation. The the fire department galled ont. A slight Blaze at the reside uce of h nov Confer no. 414 grand Street rues Dav Forenoon brought out the fire companies at that end of town. Trip fire was at the Chimney connected with the Back Kitchen and very stubbornly resisted efforts to extinguish it. It was gotten under control however before the arrival of the fire department. My Confer was engaged in baking to Ted the extra fire overheating the pipe caused the Chimney to ignite. The woman detected the odor of burning Wood and later the presence of smoke which led to the discovery of the fire. By that time the Blaze had a Good hold upon the Woodwork. Fortunately there was help at hand and by climbing upon the roof the men were Able to put the fire out but Little damage was clone Al though the Blaze and the ringing of the fire Bells caused a Good Deal of of Rit Eim tit. Installing new fire plug. Two new fire i Luton were installed on Mill treat Sun Day on at Danville National Bank and other opposite lire opera House. The Pluss displaced euro not worn , but they were of the of i putt in and would sooner or later Roach their limit of usefulness. In order therefore to avoid tire probability of h inn obliged to tar up to a pave 1 Street in a Short to no it w w Quaid. The Trow and improved i inn which i generally being installed throughout the Borough. It was necessary to torn off the water Softli of the cd Ial while the change of plugs was a Dtta male. Sunday therefore a e s a Quot t d for the Quot work i to the end that As few people As possible might be disco Moded t the water was turned o t shortly after noon. The work w is accomplished without any hitch and by oven Tig the water Wist Arnel of again. It is the intention of the wat r commissioners to throw out ail tin Obi plugs on Mill Street and to ins it Bow ones the remaining plug will to tackled later at Sudi pm the work of paving Roach in the Quot t they a of cup. The mosaic Wood working company is being organized in this City. The business men who at the Board of Trade meeting pledged themselves to organize a company capitalized at $10,000, Are growing More enthusiastic Over the proposition Day by Day. Or. Hartman in order to obtain an expression of opinion from experts visited new York with samples All who saw tie flooring were impressed with its value and assured or. Hartman that it was destined to supersede All other flooring of its kind. In order to gain time those who have the Enterprise in hand have placed the order for the special machinery required which is covered by Patent with Curry amp Vannati Aud this will be manufactured As quickly As possible. Meanwhile plans and specifications Are being prepared for the Power equipment for the Stone Mill of Church Street which has been secured As a Home for the new Industry. Considerable remodelling will be necessary about the old Mill which Lias been Idle for a score of years or More and is in bad condition. Work at i be strut Tore will begin in a very few Days. H. A. Litz the inventor of the Pat j ent flooring which promises to become so popular is a native of Zurich Switzerland and is a brother of our townsman Litz. The mosaic 1 Wood work is unlike anything else of its kind. In a general Way it is a flooring formed by uniting Small pieces of highly polished Wood Dif i rent colors being represented and All shapes employed. Patterns of All sorts May be inlaid and the effect is very Beautiful. Floor ing of this sort has Hen attempted before hut the work is crude and defective compared with or. Litzts invention in which no nails appear on the surface Aud the blocks Are saw a with the Grain upwards which gives the product a remarkable durability the distinctive features about it. Which Are strongly protected by Pat Quot tit. Lie in to i Quot method of nailing the a awing and the tool devised for doing this work. A door Check invented by or. Litz a year or so a ago i manufactured in Passaic. N. J., and is meeting with a will a ready Sale. Like tin flooring it is ex-1 be Dinghy simple yet unique in its was and that in proves a ready seller is thoroughly in line with the predictions made for it when exhibited in Dan ill Quot a year ago. Stoe s band will bold a Ball. Stops baud will Tiol i a dance in Tho armory on Eri Lay a int which promises to be a very Tine social event this band which is composed of deserving Yoong follows talented in music is having a Ray her discouraging experience at present As the support received from the Public is inadequate to meet the running expenses Wilio i although not heavy a More Tuliau the individual members should be asked to Bear. The heaviest it in is the rent which with Light a amp amounts to about ten dollars per month. This tie members in addition to devoting time to practice at present Are obliged to payout of their pockets. That tie members of the ban i feel discouraged goes without saying. They have decided upon the expedient of holding the Bill of Friday night with the Hope of realizing from the proceeds eur ugly to relieve the situation Aud place a balance in tie Treasury. In View of the above therefore it is hoped that the Bill will he an unqualified Success. Music for Tho dance will be furnished by the band. The band under the direction of Arthur Faulk is practising regularly. At frequent intervals Between now and fall they Cou template playing on the Street As on Friday night Ami if the music does not Prore highly acceptable it will not be that the players have not done their utmost to please. The baud looks to the Public for support. 1.1 Dallas Hammer a a Street who is working for Ernest Rogers in Sun Bury spent sunday with his family in this City. Mips Alma oomph Quot a has return a from a visit with friends in new Cumberland. Mrs. Henrietta Angle and mrs. F. M. Owen returned on saturday trom a trip to new York City. William Clark of Philadelphia arrived in this City saturday for a a sit at the Home of d. C. Hunt West Mahoning Street. Arthur c. Amesbury and j. Warren Robison Leit on saturday for new York and Boston. Before returning Home they will visit Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. P. Himmelrich and two sons have returned to Chester after a visit at the Home of jeweler George h. Smith. H. Kaso of South Danville attended the Eckman funeral in san Bury on saturday. Miss Marietta Cressman left saturday for Millersburg where she will take up her residence. Miss Rose to Wen Stein of new York is a guest at the Home of Gustave Weil Cross keys place. Miss Alice Moyer and miss Jennie Kramer returned from a visit with relatives in philadelphian saturday. Mrs. Alice Kresler returned to Bloomsburg on saturday after a visit with Danville friends. Miss Mary Gearhart of Phil Adelphia is visiting her parents or. And mrs. M. G. Gearhart Ash Street. Cadet Charles g. Mettler and miss Agnes Mettler of Klitzn Grove spent sunday with miss Grace Dipold East Danville miss Margaret Clark of Williamsport arrived in this cite last evening for a visit with relatives. F. Hartman trans a re business a Harvyo a Lake yesterday. Miss Blan h a lower Sefein is spending a few he it Harvey Lake. John forr d of Milton was a visitor in Lii City osterday. Miss Lizzie c it of Bauder has returned from a Knif with relative at Harrisburg Aud Lei anon. Or. And mrs Seth a Fern 1 Vest r Ian from a visit in Scranton and Pitt to in. A ii l of Sii Inirio occurred at w Ishing Trivilli monday afternoon win n Harry a Oberling a single Man thirty nine years of ago took his life by hanging. Tin unfortunate Man was a Sou of George Heberling Aud lived with his father and brother John on water Street Harry was a Carpenter and for Soni Quot wars conducted a Small business in Washingtonville manufacturing wheelbarrows tables and the like. Of late lie seemed to decline in health and grow morose and despondent. To became quite a Recluse Aud was Seldom seen in Public. During yesterday his brother John was working away from Home. Shortly after 2 of clock Tho father missed Harry Aud instituting a search found him hanging in the Garret. Or. Heberling was nearly overcome it the discovery. To gave the alarm in response to which Elmer Cotner and Thomas Pollock went into the attic and Cut the suicide Down. Or. Hoffa about the same time responded to a Call. An examination showed t iat Ali last spark of life had fled and that the Man had been dead for some time. The suicide was deliberately planned. The dece of 1 aft r securely fastening a rope to the Rafter mounted a Box after which he adjusted the rope around his neck and jumped off. The Justice of the peace after learning All the facts in the Case decided that an input to was not necessary. U a. In b i from min to i Basin re a to in a i in. 3 oat Ierio heis has returned i visit in Phi Ludolp i a. Mary Marray. East Montour Castle goes to Lewisburg. Montour Castle no. 186, k. G. E.,of tins City will be pres Eilt at Lewis Burg on labor Day september 5th, to participate in the annual meeting of the Susquehanna District association k. G. Which will to held at that place. Montour Oast a a i i be accompanied to stows band and will go to Lewisburg by train via p. r. Kail was. The fare for round trip will be 50 cents. The hour of leaving Danville will be made known later a general invitation is a toured to the Publio to the Hastie. The injunction is dissolved. Tho preliminary in Nui l inn last week restraining the and Bloomsburg h a Quot Danville i nov a a company from building its 1 in of r the farm of Warlan i i. a an a i i ing greek was last monday i solved with Tho consent of All Arrie. The Evans farm Over Wilt a the right of Way had i in old Taine i by the trolley company had b n h i-1 i in part he the m i Guio i a and Oom Nany and the latter fearing that the trolley would you flip with its in Tercel procured the injunction. Delightful event at Blue Springs. One of the most enjoyable events the it. Us a took place at Blue Springs farm occurred yesterday when miss Sara Delong entertained a number of children with a few older persons. Among the gue to were two Hack loads which drove ont from this City in i lie number being mrs. Polk and children. Emma Porter. Isabella and Hebe Ca Itoh major and Cordelia Frick Marv and John Tabor mrs 1. Ii Jennings and children Edward Henrietta and Alice or. And mrs. W. B. Chamberlin and soils i ilium and John. Miss Hancock and War a Hancock mrs s. A. Yorks miss Marv Yorks Anna Shultz Mary and Alice Pascoe or. And mrs. A a. A Yeiser nud mrs. F. O. Angle. Others present were Dorothy Gourson mrs. Charles Delong and children do Meliv and Charles and w. M. Kolson. The part Pic nicked in the Grove where dinner was served at i p. M. Sports of All sorts were devised to on t it nil the i Lii 1 in. I la Rev i a m in Cole Dan at Ali a coring Ami a a a Tislim Pond afforded Noemid of minus Merit the crowning Delight however were the Poi Iii Conn it <1 with Tho farm which were brought out for \1 irked Street has return a from a trip to Harvey s Lake and i in Barre. James Williams and wife of Sha in Okiu returned Home let us eurus after a visit with trends in South Dau i lie James Clark Valley township left yesterday via d. L. A w. Railway tor St. Louis to. I Ira Johnson of n Orthwin Berlund was a visitor in this cite yesterday. Frank Willig of Shamokin was ill Danville yesterday. Miss Gertrude Meyers will return to Philadelphia today after a visit with relatives in this City. Frank w. Magill is visiting a la Tives at Montgomery. Mrs. Richard Metherell is spending Titis week at Eagle suit. A. K. Holloway and daughter miss Mary returned yesterday from Lake w Inola mrs. Paul Swentek 1, it yesterday tor a visit at Nautie oko. Mrs. Emma Cross lev called on friends in sub try yesterday afternoon. Jeweler g. H. Smith a turned Home last evening from a visit to Lewis town. David ones but returned Home inst evening from a visit to Shamokin. Miss Tillie Keener has returned from a trip to Philadel Lii i and it Saulic City. Auto trip to Danville. Three automobiles came lolling into town tuesday afternoon containing a i Ting she 1 party of men capitalists connected with the Danville a Bloomsburg Electrio railway. Last night they were domiciled at the Montour House. Rinol to automobiles a we Kutou Ltd Ai contained Captain Robert Ali in of port. Carbon and r. Mills of Potts Iii a. Captain Allison when a Young Man spent two years and a half in Dan ill and was employed in the la i. A i Plant now of Oil by Tho a iding Iron company. He was Here in Isis and assisted in making the p rail in am Rica. He enlisted daring the civil War and has a Fine r re a a Soldier later to became proprietor of the Allison Iron works at port Carbon and conducted tie a ill sue a sinful la fur Maiio a a Dutoit Ami handles his machine with rare skill Mon Ting every emergency on tie i no Mountain rides with a Calamis and nerve that would do or Dit to a much younger Man. Willis l. Bryant of Schuylkill Haven All 1 h 11. R. H. Kochi of Potts Ville came up in a Ford motorcar and had a delightful trip. Five of the party Charles e. Lippe Thomas b Illig a. M. Albright h. B. Siantz and w. C. Bill Maui came All the Way min Reading and made tic trip in an Acme motor car Inan a fractured at Reading. Tivey had a remarkable Rido Over the rough Mountain toads which put the machine to a wonderful test of end Naruce As Well As of Spe d the Long and Datig Orous trip was made without incident of any sort and the motor car on arriving at Danville was found in As Good a condition As when it left Reading. The question of relocating the Curbstone Market will come up before the Borough Council at its meeting tomorrow night. Owing to the paving of Mill Street a Point Lias now been reached where the Market at least temporarily will have to be removed from that thoroughfare. The question to Settle will be whether the removal should be permanent or not also what Street is Best adapted for the Market. Not a few of the merchants who would like to see the Market kept on Mill Street take the View that even with the trolley line in operation there will be ample room for the wagons and advocate bring aug the Market Back As soon As the Street is paved. It is evident however that there will be opposition to this course. Whether the removal is to be permanent or not a Nice Point to Settle will be which Street is Best suited for the Market. Many persons taking into consideration the location of the town one populous Section lying As it does on the North Side Aud the other of the South Side think that ferry or some other Street extend aug North Aud South should be selected As one that would be convenient for the greatest number of people. They hold that lower Mulberry Street would be too for residents of the first and second wards Aud that Mahoning Street is too Remote from portions of Tho third Ward Aud Yorks Hilf. The matter is now no to Louscil for immediate action As the Market is already partially crowded off the Street and but two or three Market Days remain before the portion occupied will be closed by the tractor. Mit settled Dow c0�o Brief shut Down for Bip amp irs. The clock factory will close tomorrow to remain Idle until next wednesday. The shutdown is rendered necessary owing to some repairs needed of the machinery the Gas Eugue especially requiring a general overhauling. Several parts will have to be sent away for repairs. The Slot Down contemplated will be the first time lost by the clock factory since it was started nearly a year ago and yet the establish mint is a month behind in it orders. The self winding clocks Are constantly increasing in popularity enough to have demonstrated its reliability and accuracy As a time keeper. Its factory Here Lias a Busy career before it. Teams fording the Eiver. The River has fallen rapidly during the it few Days and tin water is now at nearly us lowest porn Tho ferry owing to the weak current moves very slowly and consumes upwards of Twenty initiates in crossing. Owing to the poor service several of the teams including the Mccormick bus have resum a fording the River. The Stream is Low eur ugly tomake this practicable Aud considerable time is saved in this w to. Owing to the i id he Toni fording has not Hei n popular this summer even at Low water Aud yesterday was about the first that any of tin teams Cross in this Way for several week. The Roks Are beginning to show on the surface of the wat. R and in a Day or so the naphtha Laun Eikos dance at Hunter s Park. Danville Lodge no. 754, b. P. O. E., of this City is making arrangements to hold a dance at Hunters Park on thursday the 251li inst. Which in Point of brilliancy promises to eclipse anything that was Ever attempted at that resort. Not Only will to. Pavilion be lavishly the entire Grove will be adorned with japanese lanterns and the like which will be suspended among Tho branches of the Pine Trees. The Musio for the Slauco will be furnished by Oppeau Heimz a Orvii estra and every to Long will be of a generous and elaborate scale. Luv Itati ins will bes it out today. Tho affair is not restricted to the elks Alono hot the invitations will include Many not belonging to Tho older who have fronds that Are members. Thi Ditino will be the last of Tho summer events. The Lodge is already Prpa log for the fall an i Winter season and it might be added that the various functions under contemplation will Lack nothing in the scope or brilliancy which has made those note Worth Hgt i i by the Lodge during the 1 present a Ami past seasons. Study music at a Good school. It has become a Well known fact that out of one Hundred people who Ped their Modey to secure a education in music not More than one or two become musicians. The reason often lies in the fact that poor instruction is received. We notice in Reading the catalogue of the literary Institute and state Normal at Bloomsburg that the courses offered in music Are like those at the Best conservatories equally thorough and comprehensive and Cost much less. Instruction in other Bia Anches May be taken while studying music. Send for catalogue and refer to pages 11, 29, 30 and 31. Address j. P. Welsh. Principal. Mrs. Allgaier claimed by death. Mrs. Catharine Allgaier widow of Frederick Allgaier departed this life at 8 30 of clock tuesday Forenoon after a Long illness. The deceased was fifty years of age Aud is survived by her aged father John Bausch Aud one daughter miss Lillian Allgaier. She was a member of St. Johns lutheran Church a consistent Christian and was much beloved throughout the Community. She was born at Schne Toady n. A. But spent tiie most of her life in Danville. The funeral will be held thib thursday at 2 p. In., from the family residence water Street. Interment will take place in Odd Fellows cemetery Riff Licule v Milfs will in crossing. Tin i in firn to it Rirl. Pm an i v Ost old. Us. I mrs. Lav. Buried yesterday. A infant grandson of or. Tulin Fisher was buried the child was one month a monster Snake. Form r sheriff Michael Brockhill while cradling Oats on the farm of Thomas co Mechanicsville found a strike Akin which was Over six feet the reptile which had thus Loii 1 it Phi Ilormise was a Nion my the sex sheriff regarded the something a a it t curiosity and he brought it Down to Danville and placed it on exhibition at m. H Scrani s store. It is thought that the skin belonged to a Black Snake. Long. A1 i tor find l arge congregation at the Grove. The a. A lies Russell d. D., of j Rin nut i n y., who occupied the Pul i it of the prov Presbyl Rian Church sunday Forenoon during the absence j of Rev. Or. M a Rio Mai a preached a j a in gov Able discourse which was ,. I very 1 urge Yongi g it t Ion. The Rev. Or. Russell spent his Carly life in Danville and Vicinity and a Large number of ins old time friends wore present yesterday morning to Bear his m b a Rmon. To Uty years i., made Bat Little change in or. , except to enlarge Bis expert eur an i develop Bis Powers until judging by yesterday s Effort be ranks with the leading divines of his Church. During his stay in Danville or. Russell was a Gnet at the Home of his Niece mis. Alex. Foster Bloom Street. Yesterday afternoon he Prevoli led at the Rush presbyterian Church. Last year As Steward. David Chesnut Steward at almshouse of the Danville and Mahoning poor District will resign his position at the close of the present year and remove to Danville. Or. Aud mrs. Che nut have presided Over the poor farm for fifteen years and under their careful administration tie inmates have been Well taken care of and things about the institution have prospered. In charge of construction work. Walter Dalton electrical Engineer who has charge of the constr Fotiou work of the rur Asey electrical manufacturing company arrived in this a City monday and will be with us y0fi Cray during the greater part of the time until the Borough Light Plant is com pitted. The question of poles for the Borough electric Light Plant Lias not As yet been settled. It has been ascertained. However that a Quot right of Way can to obtained Over poles now stau Diimig. Whether it would be a for the Best interest of the Borough to a accede to Tho terms and use these poles or to Plant others of its own is a question on which under the Circum strobes there ought to he no division of opinion. The matter will come up before Council at its meeting tomorrow night. Tile Standard electric Light company makes a proposition to the Bor Onali which seems eminently fair and will no doubt be accepted by Council. It agrees that the Borough shall have Tho right Aud privilege to attach its wires Cross arms cables add fixtures to the Light company a poles for the purpose of transmitting electric Light current ouly at a height not less than one and Oue half feet below the lower Cross Arm now in use of said poles the wires to be attached to Cross arms at a distance of at least Oue Aud one half feet from the Center of pole. The Standard electric Light company agrees to Bear the Cost of maintaining the poles thus used stipulating however that each party Bear the expense of maintenance or repairs of its own Cross arms and fixtures. If for any cause it becomes necessary to remove Auy or All of said poles tie Light company agrees to make such removal the expense thereof to be divided and borne equally Between the parties of the first Aud the second part. Tie Light company agrees to pair Lio Euse on the poles used by the Borough stipulating however that the License or tax on poles or any of the property of the Light company except real estate shall not be increase daring the term of agreement. The Standard electric Light com Pauy asks that the Borough agree to pay a rental of All poles thus used of sixty cents per annul daring the term of the agreement payable in Advance of Ali first d by of Novi Ember of each year for each Aud every pole used by tie Borough. The conditions proposed provide that each i arty agree to save the other party harmless from any Aud All loss and damage occasioned by its current. Of by tin keep its wires properly insulated and to reimburse the other party for All damage Cost and expense incurred by them by reason of Auy negligence of a ploys. The term of the agreement is ten years. The poles which the Standard Electrio Light company proposes to Grant Ose of to Tho Borough Are located As follows Twenty eight poles on Market Street thirty poles on Mill Street fourteen poles on Bloom Street in addition to any other poles which May be required tie poles to be used joint la by the Standard electric Light company Aud tie Borough of Danville our streets Are already Well filled with poles and tie thought of duplicating those already standing in installing the Borough Plant is hardly to be tolerated in View of the Liberal proposition from tie Standard electric Light company it is the cheaper course to pursue Aud in every respect solves the problem nicely. Two principal commodities the two principal commodities in the Cut Stone Market tuesday were Sweet Corn Aud tomatoes. There were few wagons which did not contain one or the other or both of them. The Corn was most luscious in Quality the grains Large and Juicy and the ears Well filled. The Price during the earlier hours was ten cents per dozen but before the close of Market a great Deal was sold at eight cents. Tomatoes Are very line. Yesterday they could be bought for fifty cents per Bushel although in smaller quantities they sold at five cents per Quarter of ten cents per half a Peck. Only a few peaches were in Market these were Small and sold at ten cents per Box. Plums were More plentiful Aud sold at 25 cuts per Peck or 10 cents per Box. Prospects Are fair for a Good Apple crop although they Are found in in Aiken in Only limited quantities Aud sell at 10 cuts per Peck. Blackberries Aud huckleberries sold at 10 cents Ier Box. Along with farm produce generally cabbage is growing nicely and Groin a Large yield it Sells in Market of about 3 cents per uses at an average head. Rutter was scare in brought 25 cents per in mud. Eggs Are morn plentiful than a month or so ago Low As 18 cents per dozen Market and Reese amp Hammond Brick. A the Keese amp Haumond paving Brick with which Mill Street is to he paved was adopted at Milton monday night for use of one of the streets of town. The contract for paving awarded to tie Central that was construction company of Harrisburg. The Reese amp Hammond paving Block was also adopted at ago. Jersey Shore a Short Toiuo to action on Catawissa Bridge. Loutrary to expectations judge the Dauphin county court failed to hand Down an opinion Mon i Day in the Catawissa River Bridge proceedings upon which depends tie Early re construction of the Bridge which was destroyed by the flood. With tie delay in the proceedings there is Little Hope that the Bridge will be reconstructed this fall the problem of transportation the River at that place will be one of serious proportions. Aud Over a i
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