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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - December 9, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaMax la an vol. 55�?no 40 Danville 1pa., thursday. December 9, 1909 established in 185eitems condensed. Wanted local agent to advertise and introduce the now educational work websters dictionary Anil Atlas of the world. Must be educated and Able to furnish Good references As to ability and character. The Saalfield publishing company Akron Ohio. It is probable that the state will build a narrow gauge Railroad from mount Alto to the White Pine sanitarium. While she had crawled part Way under a Coal Wagon to pick up fuel to use in warming her six children the Driver started the team Ami crushed the life out of mrs. Lizzie Poshak aged 44, of South Bethlehem. If their baby had not cried William resell Bis wife and their two other children would have been burned to death when their Honse near Ford City was destroyed with All their belongings. Judge Wiltbank of Philadelphia in passing a two years sentence on chaises Wilson a negro for killing Claude Williams also coloured praised the lawyers for not trying to free Wilson by bringing in the a unwritten Williams is said to have been unduly familiar with mrs. Wilson. Due years Extension of Timo Lias been granted to the Monea and am Bridge Street railway company whose franchise for rights through Monaca and Moon expired on december 1. The railway of Licals have assured the Borough and township officials that work will commence in the near future. A potato weighing Twenty two ounces Aud of freakish formation was raised the past season by Martin Hass Ler of Perry township Berks county. John Hay of Girard township Erie county is dead the result of being shot by n Chicken thief. Tuesday night he heard a Auspicia sound in his Chicken Coop and arming himself went out to investigate his wife going with him. When to reached the Corner of the Chicken House a thief shot him Aud he died at noon wednesday. At York wednesday Eli Spang Ler a contractor took the place of the regular Driver of the Good will fire engine in responding to an claim of fire. The horses got beyond control Aud when the Steamer rounded a Corner he was thrown front his seat to the Street Aud his head was crushed. He was 50 years of age. The lire was trifling and was extinguished before an apparatus arrived. Two Hundred and fifty foreign labourers at the colonial steel works at colons after striking for an increase of fifteen cents a Day beat up two of their Bosses. Assembling near the works they threatened those who remained at work and the officials. Sheriff Hartzell Aud Twenty deputies went to the scene of action. William e. Adams of Charleroi was shot probably fatally it is alleged by Thomas l. Kinney. No reason is Given for the shooting. Adams who is superintendent of the Charleroi Plant of the Macbeth Evans Glass com Pany was shot on his Way to work Aud walked to the factory and then Home after the Accident. It is alleged that there is a shortage of $1,100 in the accounts of mrs. Truman Campbell pos mistress of Cain Mal Lycoming county. The office is now in charge of p. P. Bounell one of her Bondsmen. The woman has disappeared and it is thought that she has gone to the mountains to escape arrest. Her has baud has advanced $400, All the Money he had to cover part of the shortage. Quot Joe the Leopard boy a a famous years ago As our of the freaks of p. T. Baum was killed by falling through a trap door recently at Pittsburg. His real name was a. Bishell and be was brought from Africa. Peculiar spots which faded As he View older gave him his name. John Warren and Thomas Fil Breu who Reo outly pleaded guilty to the charge of breaking into the new York Central station entering the Railroad tool House and breaking into the Jersey Shore Post office were sentenced each to a maximum of Twenty years Aud a minimum of five years Ini Pris eminent in the Eastern As Well As a Fine of $200. Joseph Manta a was Given a maximum of ten years Aud a minimum of two years and six months and a line of $100 for the same crime. To would not admit his guilt those who frequent the rooms of Pittsburg Harbor no. 25, masters and pilots wore thrown almost into a panic when one of them happened to see under the stove a thing which was thought to be a bomb Aud they rushed from the room expecting the thing to explode. Then somebody wanted to put the fire out and some excited in or son threw the contents of the water cooler on the stove the resulting steam causing such a Cloud to arise that another general exit was in order. An examination later proved the horrible machine to he part of an old battery.1 deserter is arrested Michael Goodlavage whose it Arensb live at no. 10 Sycamore Street was arrested in this City saturday evening charged with being a deserter front the army. Goodlavage a alleged desertion occurred Over a year ago and not withstanding that the usual printed circulars containing the photograph and a minute description of the Man wanted were sent ont. Aud posted by the government yet he managed to escape detection until a week or so ago. A circumstance wet Ion aided him in keeping in the dark was undoubtedly the fact that Liia parents Are foreigners and live in an out of the Way Quarter Seldom visited by anyone but people of Ali or own nationality. The alleged deserter Speaks English Well but his parents can talk Only in the foreign Tongue. Chief Mincemoyer was promptly notified of the desertion by the military authorities Over a year ago. Goodlavage evidently knew that the local officers were looking for him As Well As the fact that circulars containing his photograph had been sent nut Over the country. He a Loes not seem to have Veraa ipod very Long at Cue place and it was this constant moving about that undoubtedly enabled him to elude arrest so Long. It is Wiemar Pablo that it was Good Lavage a own actions prompted apparently by his fear of detection that ii ally betrayed him into the hands of the officers. The portrait of the deserter printed on the circular was a fairly Good one the features being pretty firmly impressed on the mind of both local officers. They frequently visited Sycamore Street but it was not until a week or so ago that they caught a glimpse of anyone who seemed to song gets the alleged deserter that he was the Man wanted was pretty clearly indicated by Bis own actions. He was in the habit of making sudden turns to avoid meeting the officers face to face once when unexpectedly confronted by chief Mincemoyer lie took off his Bat and hid Bis face by seeming to be studying the number or something else on the inside of the Crown. On saturday evening the officers decided to search the Goodlavage Home of Sycamore Street at an hour when they had Hopes of finding the alleged deserter there. Simultaneously chief Mincemoyer entered the front door Aud officer Voris the rear door. The Man wanted was seated at the supper table with his parents. He offered no resistance Ami was led from the House and handcuffed. While of the Way to prison he acknowledged his guilt to the officers. He was kept in jail until last evening when he was taken to Washington 1. C., by officer John Grier Voris and delivered into the custody of the military authorities of the government. Michael Goodlavage enlisted june 15, 1908, Aud was a private in company a 6th infantry. It is alleged that he deserted at fort Missoula mont., november 12, 1908. At enlistment he gave his ago As 21 years and nine months and his residence As no. 10 Sycamore Street in nightdress Montour House the Montour House one of the oldest Ami most widely known hostelries of this Section has again changed hands. Unfortunately the name of the purchaser is not. Known in Danvi lie although the fact that the Sale has taken place is established beyond a doubt. During the summer and autumn e. T. Linnard. The late Owuor has been absent from Danville the most of the time. On saturday morning a letter from him was received by William o. Krinner clerk at the Montour House in which it was explained that a Sale had been effected the hotel Stock fixtures and All passing out of or. Linuard a hands. It was stated that the new owner whose name was not Given will take Possession of the property during the present month. Or. Linnard stated that to will to in Dau Villo in a few Days when of course nil the facts relating to the Sale will be made known. The Montour House is famous As the hostelry owned by our deceased townsman James Riedil from the year 1860 until his death which occurred on november 5, 111015. Or. Linnard purchased the Montour House from the James Riehl estate january 14, 1901, and remained in Possession of it until the Sale above noted. It has always been considered a desirable stand the Price paid for it by or. Linnard being $22.500. In addition he assumed the License for the House which amounted to some $300 Moie. A bit of Earl history relating to the Montour House from browers history of Danville will be read with interest in this connection a the Montour House is a Large hotel opposite the court House. It was originally built by general Daniel Montgomery who kept a store in the Corner room. An Orchard extended from the building up to ferry Street. Boyd Colton and Donaldson also kept store there. In 1814 it was first opened As a hotel by Samuel Brady who gave it the name of a Montour in 1846 o. M. Hoop purchased the or Ink dirty and subsequently the House was kept by w. G. Gaskins Cornelius Garretson Smith Kramer Kirk Ami Jones. A a. G. Election fire completely destroyed the residence occupied by mrs. Harriet Girton Aud owned by her son Perry located about a mile North of the twin Hills Between Danville and Bloomsburg at about one of clock tuesday morning. Nothing was saved from the building not even mrs. Girton a clothes she escaping in her night dress. She is aged 70 years Aud lived alone. The fire originated in a flue which had not been cleaned for some time. When the flames were first discovered j by mrs. Girton they had gained such 1 headway that the woman incl to leave i the place very sparingly clothed As stated. She is now living with her daughter mrs. William Hunt near tin seems of the fire. The House was a two Story Frame Structure and the loss is estimated at $2000. Whether there a a any insurance on the property could not be Learned. Surprise party. A pleasant Surprise party was held at the Home of or. Aud mrs. Elmer Feuster Mohor near Boyers school House in Honor of mrs. Fenstermach Eros birthday. Those present Wei or. And mrs. Ilioram Wert Sui or. And mrs. Lewis a Ottumn or. And mrs. Edward Hoffman mrs. Sarah Hoffman or. And mrs. Adam Beyer Raymond Beyer mrs. Andy or. And mrs. Frank Fenti Bermacher or. Aud mrs. William Koch or or. And mrs. Gilbert Knup Calvin Raup mrs. Sallie Brittain or. And mrs. Elias Williams Aud son William or. And mrs. Duvid Steffens 1. W. Cooj Ier of hummels town mrs. Levi Moser mrs. David Johnson or. John. Femister Musher ral jilt Fenstermacher miss Florence Fenste Nacher Albert Steffens Walter Steffens mrs. Geo. Robbins. Montour Castle no. 186, k. G. E., held its regular election of officers on monday evening and chose the following for the ensuing term Noble chief John f. Henning vice chief Ralph h. White High priest Bruce Mccracken venerable Hermit Geo. W. Robinson keeper of exchequer f. M Herrington clerk of exchequer John g. Vastire master of records l. S. Foust sir Herald Claude or Cernan trustee win. A Hauser Lafayette s. Foust was chosen representative to the grand Castle which meets at Gettysburg from May 12th to 14th, 1910, with Herbert Hendricks As alternate. At present there is no Castle of the knights of the Golden eagles located in Gettysburg hut it is with that end in View that the grand body of sir knights will journey to Gettysburg in May 1910 and go into annual session with the largest Giand Castle convention in the history of the order with the Hope that it May create enthusiasm tending to inspire the residents of that historic town to organize a flourishing Slippery butter Short in weight pursuant to the provision of Section 15 of the Borough ordinance chief of police Mincemoyer saturday morning made an inspection of the weights and measures used in the Curbstone Market. Not ouly were Scales found Short but a Large Quantity of butter of Sale was found deficient in weight. The Borough Odi Nanco requires the Market master to make an inspection of All weights and measures used i n the Curbstone Market a least once a month. If the weights Aud measures Are found Short the ordinance provides that they shall to seized and forfeited. For the second offence the offender shall be arrested and prosecuted according to Law. It is not known whether the ordinance i it Etui icing to the monthly inspection of weights and measures has been strictly observed or not. But when the officers Mode the inspection saturday morning they found a rather unfortunate state of affairs. No less Thau fifteen Scales were found to weigh Short. This discovery led to the Reweigh aug of the butter offered for Sale. The same state of affairs was found to exist the butter showing a deficiency of half an ounce to one and a half ounces in weight per Pound. In most instances the vendors were very much embarrassed As they were honest people and their Scales with Long usage Ltd gone bad without the owners knowing it. In this connection it is worthy of note that in several instances the butter on Sale overran an ounce or a fraction of an ounce in weight. A few of the people who Hail butter Short in weight on Sale the chief reports were slow to realize the position they were in and were disposed to argue the matter with the officer. To such lie quoted Section 10 of the ordinance which provides that All butter or other articles exposed for Sale in the Curbstone Market pretending to to of Correct ascertained weight and Given measure that May be deficient in these respects shall be seized by the clerk Aud sold for the use of the said Borough. In no instance saturday did the chief show any inclination to enforce the ordinance by confiscating either Scales or butter although he made it very Plain that henceforth no leniency will be shown and that butter found Short in weight along with the Scales of which it was weighed will be seized. Or. Deutsch chairman of the committee on Market at the meeting of Council monday eve presented a report of the above explaining what the chief of police discovered in the Way of Short weight. On motion of or. Gurry it was ordered that the chief of police to instructed to confiscate ail goods offered for Sale in Market hereafter that May be found deficient in to shoot the Sand hauled onto the driveway of the River Bridge to prevent horses from slipping nearly All blew away during the Long or mgl t. To Day the wooden blocks under the rain were j nearly As Slippery As at any time last Sumner. Different views Are held As to i to efficiency of Sand on the Creo resonated blocks. The dust on the driveway becomes a great nuisance and Many persons condemn it while others think that it is just the thing and that the county commissioners ought to give the Bridge another coat so that the 1 Public would have tie Benefit of it i during the Winter. Rev. John e. Miles. The Rev. John e. Miles pastor of i the soot ten Avenue Baptist Church 1 Detroit mich., is spending a few Days in Danville where i was called by the serious illness of his Mother. Mis. Frank Lee Miles. Or. Miles is a native of Danville Aud is one of on a Youngm a the Success and brilliancy j of whose careers reflects credit on our town. Ii. Miller a Well Guowu resident of defendant in Justice Shipman a court at Sunbury saturday to Ruig being charged by Harry Snyder a Sunbury livery Man with threatening to shoot him. It seems that the men had words in a Blacksmith shop in 1906 Aud had not been friends since. Thursday of last week while out driving Snyder stopped in front of Millers place at Snyder town Aud a War of words ensued. There was cursing and had language by both parties Ami finally Miller went into the House and Upp cared with a shot gun. Snyder Aud his witnesses alleges that Miller threatened to shoot him while Miller and his wife swore that he was Only going limiting. Justice Shipman was of the opinion that both parties were at fault and suggested a settlement but Miller see it that Way and tin Justice required him to furnish bail for . Klein resign the solicitor Harrisburg. Dec. 8. Considerable Surprise was created on Cape Tol Bill last night by the announcement that or. Lewis a. Klein Deputy state veterinarian had resigned to accept a chair in the veterinarian department of the University of Pennsylvania. It was also announced Liat t. Muneo of Washington had been appointed to succeed or. Klein the latter removing to Philadelphia at once. Or. Klein will follow the late or. Leonard Pearson in the vet Liinar Ian a chair at tin University. President James Mccrea of the Pennsylvania Railroad for the first time in Many years took charge of a train at Philadelphia on monday. A Cylinder head of the locomotive broke and he took full charge of the train until it was ont of the Road of another train and was sent on its was. Warren Aggas was perhaps fatally burned at Butler on tuesday. His one hand was bandaged with a turpentine saturated cloth Ami the Bandage caught fir from a match which he had struck to Light a Cigar. Before the flames could to extinguished he was burned about the head arms hands and much of his clothing was ruined. Proceedings at Council took a rather sensational turn monday co win u the members denied the right of the water commissioners to Purchase Coal for the water works and nullified a yearly contract that the Board had entered into with the Philadelphia and Reud aug Coal and Iron company. An opinion from the Lio rough solicitor was read As to whether or not the water commissioners have the Legal right to enter into a yearly contract for furnishing Coal to the Danville water works. The opinion questioned very seriously whether the water commissioners have any such right the solicitor explaining that in his opinion since the Borough Council which appoints the water commissioners pays the Bills incurred in the maintenance Ami operation of the water works it at least should have some voice in the Purchase of Impo Tuut supplies. The above opinion was brought out by the fact that two of the Board of water commissioners had entered into a yearly contract for Coal with the Philadelphia Aud Reading Coal Aud Iron company. Of motion of or. Everhard seconded by or. Jones it was ordered that the Philadelphia and Reading Coal Aud Iron company be notified that the Borough Council will not recognize the contract entered into with it by the water commissioners and that Coal shipped Here under said contract will not la paid for by Council. The Secretary Road the following communication relative to filling up the canal dear sir a i beg to acknowledge yours of the 24th with clipping from the a morning news in regard to the drainage proposition. Kindly advise Burgess Amesbury that i will make a appointment to meet him at As Early a Date As possible to go further into the matter. In the meantime i would be pleased to have a Blue print of or. Keefer a map showing proposed method of taking Caie of the drainage. Yours truly. R. M. White division Engineer. La was the sense of Council that the Borough ought not to be obliged to go to the expense of getting up a Blue print requested by Engineer White especially As there is no drawing of Engineer Keefer a Survey. On motion of or. Curry it was ordered that the d l. Amp w. Railroad company be notified to Abate the canal nuisance beginning work on the Job in three months time. Of of Ion or. Curry it was ordered that the Borough solicitor be directed to protect the interests of the Borough in the application to the court by the county commissioners to fix the liability for the support of William Silcox and Caroline filling or insane criminals in the state Hospital for the insane at this place upon the Borough of Danville and Mahoning township. Borough electrician Newton Smith presented his report for november. The municipal Light Plant was in operation �589 hours. Eighty seven tons of Coal at $2.50 a or too were consumed. The total Cost of operating the Plant was $404.86. Secretary Patton Road a communication from or. Samuel g. Dixon state commissioner of health acknowledge no the receipt of the Plaus Aud specifications of the sewer system and the sewage disc sisal Plant sent to Harris big last week. Burgess a. A. Amesbury appeared before Council explaining that the skating rink is in arrears for License and that the owner disputes the boroughs right to collect a License fee. On motion of or. Curry it was ordered that the chief Burgess be requested to it Collee. License of ten dollars per month eluding arrearage from the owner the skating rink and that he he eau Vered to close the place in Case Para it is refused. A communication was received from Edward ii. Wertman tendering his resignation As fireman at the water works. Of motion the resignation was accepted. P. J Keefer of the water works recommended James Gibson for tin position vacated. On motion of or. Lies or. Gibson therefore was elected As fireman at the water works to fill the unexpired term of or. Wertman. The following Bills were approved for payment Borough department. Regular employes$117.50 James Gibson. 18.00 Washington fire co. 3.55 Adams express co. 2.25 u. S. Express co. 1.00 Walker amp Kepler. 69.73 Joseph Leohner. 1.20 Helios mfg. Co. 37.64 Clement restive co. 16.85 Howard Irvin. 10.73 Peoples Coal Yard. 5 75. Foster Bros. j. H. Cole. U. 88 Western Tel. Co. .50insane regime As a result of a decision made by the auditor general of the state the various counties making up the District for whose insane the Hospital at Danville was established in Stead of paying $1.75 a it or week to that institution for the support of their criminal insane henceforth will to obliged to pay $4.25, the full Cost of maintenance. This do not imply an advancement of rates at the Hospital but merely the saddling upon the counties Ami poor districts of what was formerly paid by the state. The decision of the auditor general above referred to is to the following effect that criminal insane patients committed to the several state hospitals must not be included in the quarterly accounts for maintenance to his department As they Are not to be classed under the head of indigent insane for whose support the staff contributes hut that the whole amount of their maintenance is to to charged against and collected from the several counties Ami Exior districts to which they belong. The criminal insane Are properly defined to consist of four classes first those under arrest who Are found to to insane previous to trial of the offence for which they Are in custody second those who have come to trial Aud have been acquitted of the ground of insanity third those who have committed any criminal act who Are dangerous to the Community and who have been found to be Kusuno in the manner provided by Law fourth those who having been convicted of a crime have been discovered to be insane while serving their sentence. Oil september 1 the county commissioners received a Bill from the hos i ital for the insane for the Caro of the criminal insane patients at $1.75 per week much to tin Surprise of the commissioners recently another Hill was Leco ived for the additional amount due the Hospital for that Quarter which previously was paid by the state. The latter Bill was accompanied by a letter explaining that As the result of the above quoted decision the auditor general had deducted from the Hospital s statement to his department for the Quarter ending August 31. 1909. The amount of its claim against the state for the support of Montour county a criminal insane patents during that period. The charge for the maintenance of insane is $4.25 or week. The additional Bill received was for the amount due the Hospital at $2.50 per week the difference Between $1.75 per week the amount already paid and the full Cost of maintenance which represents what was heretofore paid by the state to be applied to the support of our insane. At the close of the Quarter ending december 1 Aud regularly thereafter the Bills for All criminal cases from this and other districts in the state now at the Hospital As Well As those that May be committed hereafter will be charged at the rate of $4.25 it or week Aud a Bill for that sum will to sent to the counties. Montour county bus three criminal insane patients at the Hospital William Silcox Caroline fillinger Aud Clarence Carr. As is shown by the proceedings of the last session of the Borough Council the county commissioners Are preparing to resist the saddling of the Cost of maintaining these onto the county hol ling that under Tho auditor general a decision the Danville and Mahoning poor 1 a strict is liable for the support of the above named engaged there is no longer any doubt As to Tho full measure of Success that will be achieved by Tho mummers Parade this year. It will be one of the biggest and most unique demonstrations of its kind that has Ever taken place in Danville. The above Educ lesion is a fully warranted by the very encouraging reports presented by Tho various committees at the regular meeting of the mummers association held at hotel Baldy last night. Major Gearhart stated that Tho Milton band could be employed for the sum of fifty dollars and expenses. Of motion of j. Ii. Woodside it was ordered that the terms be accepted and the Milton band engaged. This action brings the number of bands engaged up to four As follows Catawissa Northumberland Exchange and Milton bands. Chief Mincemoyer reported that the p. Amp r. Railway will agree to run a special train Between Danville Aud West Milton on a guarantee of fifty dollars. People from the Vicinity of Milton will lie brought to Dauville of the regular 11 23 a. M. Passenger train. The special train will be. For the convenience of those who do not wish to return Home on Tho regular 3 56 passenger train North Ami will leave Dau Villo for West Milton at 9 of clock. On motion of w. Williams it was ordered that the special train on Tom p. Amp it. Railway to secured. Sheriff d. Williams reported that the following persons will have floats in the Parade f. M. Owen Joseph Smith Victor v. Vincent a. B. Cleaver Jesse Shannon j. H. Cole James Martin Frank Linker and George Hun lock. There will also be floats from the country As Well As one belonging to the theatrical company that will be giving performances in the opera House during the Holiday week. On motion of major Gearhart it was ordered that a first and second prize he offered for the Best floats in line regardless of whether they axe advertisements or not. Of motion of sheriff Williams it was ordered that All secret societies of town Iii Cludius Side degrees be i cited to participate in the Parade. John Cruikshank presided it the meeting last night. A. Roat acted As Secretary. Other members present were Harry Rupp John g. Waite James Ryan James freeze sheriff Williams major Gearhart chief of police Mincemoyer j. H. Woodside and w. In. Williams jail Breakers tried the eight jail Breakers who were frustrated in a wholesale and sensational attempt to depopulate the col Muhia county prison at. Bloomsburg three weeks ago Wero arraigned la fore judge. Evans yesterday. Ouly three of Tho eight were found guilty the rest at the direction of the court were dismissed on that charge. Of the three guilty ones Tot i Gap Ami Samuel Collar were sentenced to pay the costs of prosecution a flue of $10 and undergo an imprisonment of 6 months in jail. The other Man convicted was John Zongrone who Lati r made a successful attempt to dec sax and who has not yet been apprehended. Joseph Kelly of this City who was among the eight indicted was Declai de not guilty of the charge of jail breaking hut was sent Back to jail to Complete the sentence he is serving for the larceny of a stove from mrs Geo. W. Wright at festival league meeting president win. L. Mccollum has set sunday january 9th, 1910, As the time for the annual meeting of the Susquehanna league of base Ball clubs for the purpose of organizing and Lias selected the hotel Morton at Berwick As the place for the gathering. President Mccollum had intended calling a meeting to he held next sunday but decided it would suit All concerned much better to postpone it until after the holidays. Clinton Cofield u member of Tho Franklin football team who last saturday had his leg injured in the Franklin Oil City game and afterwards played five minutes in an examination of monday Learned that our of the Bones in his limb had snapped. B. B. Brown. Standard Jas co. .50 labor and hauling. 88.45 Silver Spring Quarry co. 48.08 j. H. Cole. 218.66 water department. Regular employees. $153.50 u. S. Express co. .55 j. H. Goeser. 6.75 Standard Gas co 2.00 Joseph Leohner. 14 42 labor of streets. 28. X Montour Coal and Iron co 252.50 the jewish feast of Clin Eukah. A dedication which commemorates to restoration of the Temple by Judi maccabees Aud his followers after to profanation of the Sanctuary by to greeks under Antiochus epic haul began last night at Sunset. It will i observed for eight Days. This festival is a joyous one and marked by the Exchange of gifts Aud feeling of general Good will. The cel Brut Ion consists of the lighting. Candles one on the first night two c the second and so on until on to eighth night eight came los arc Ligh 1 de. This is beaus. Of the fact tin when the priests commenced to a cleansing of Tho Temple but one Lan wits found burning Tho Oil in Whit i miraculously lasted until Nies Senge 1 sent for Oil had returned which w eight Days up Culvert the Pennsylvania Railroad Compau is filling up the roadbed at the big to Culvert recently constructed at sont Danville. The work train with the entire Crew was Busy on the Spiot yet Torday notwithstanding the cold. The removal of the heavy timbers used a cribbing makes Tho work exceeding difficult. It will be several Days before the Job is completed

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