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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - December 20, 1900, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american Frank c. Anglo proprietor. Danville. A. Dec. 20, 1900 com a v n1ca Tio s. All communications sent to the am i i can for publication must be signed by the writer and communications not so signed will be rejected. Early Breeding. Many two year old full let dred with Good Ito Milta. The question has already Arisen this year and May arise next year Many times at what age it is proper to begin Breeding fillies says the Stock farm. There Are a Good Many breeders who insist on Breeding nothing but fully matured animals. These will put no Mare into the harem until she is 4 years old. They therefore have no Uso to which to put a Mare younger than -1 unless she is used on the track. A few years ago when Brood mares were quite in demand it became rather fashionable to Breed fillies at 2 years of age and or. Herr who was quite a successful breeder in his Day and a veterinarian As Well used to advise people win asked his opinion that if they intended a Mare fur a Brood Mare to Breed her As a 2-year-old. It has been said that mares when but 3 years old have no difficulty in foaling but Are liable to have at 4. However if a Mare has a foal at 3 she is usually rather a shy breeder at 4. Our own View of this matter is to follow As nearly As May be the indications of nature. In a wild state we believe that fillies Are very frequently probably generally. Impregnated As Early As 2 years old. have known cases where even yearling fillies have accidentally got with foal and been delivered As 2-year-ol is. Though this is unusual. know one such Case where the Mare when we saw her As a matured rare was about 16 hands High and showed no signs of retarded development. Long after her first Experiment she produced a pacer with a record of 2 15% and a Good campaigner. When fillies Are bred As Early As 2 years old they should have the Best of car before and after being bred. Particular pains should be taken that their growth should not be arrested. They should be particularly Well treated while suckling the foal and after its being weaned As an extra precaution. have known a great Many 2-year-old fillies bred without any bad consequences resulting and do not View that practice with any Disfavour. A jamaican experience. For some years after my marriage i lived at old Harbor a Small place about 20 Miles from Kingston. One Day when a visit to my Kingston dressmaker was a necessity i ordered a Young negro boy to get upon the rumble and drive me to the Tow n. I paid my visit to the dressmaker and receiving my frock a Light summer thing from her i placed it in the Box beneath the buggy seat and drove on to my Sisters where i went in to escape the heated part of the Day giving my boy sixpence and bidding him see the sights and return at 4 of clock. He turned up punctually with the Grin still on his face and in due time we reached old Harbor once More. When i went to take out my crispy Muslin 1 found to my consternation it was a wet Sloppy mass. No rain had fallen and even then i turned to the boy a Solomon what in the world does this mean i Iowa a but the look of utter helpless amazement on his face stopped me. Quot Lor missus. It am queer but not so queer As what done happen to me. Me bought a Quattl 1% a Worth of lat pretty to Long Dey Calls a ice to bring Home an show a sister an i put him in Dar old your dress to keep him Safe on now him gone for True an How him get out i Dun no old you Sittin on him All de time a a harpers Magazine. for Twenty words. One Day Andrew Carnegie at Pittsburg called up one of his new York Law yers by Long distance Telephone. The steelmaker wanted to ask a question but could not make lil self understood clearly Over the Telephone 80 he asked the lawyer to come to Pittsburg. The Law yer said he had an important appointment i11 Newyl Ork next Day and could not get away. Quot come Over now then a or. Carnegie said. Quot can to get train a answered the lawyer. A a hire a special a was the answer which came Back from Pittsburg. 60 the lawyer engaged a special train went to Pittsburg and saw or. Carnegie. The steelmaker asked the lawyers advice As to whether the question troubling him called for a a yes or the lawyer answered Quot thank you a said or. Carnegie. Quot Good the lawyer had said less than 20 words for which he received $5,000, said a a Good night or. Carnegie a and took a special train Bock to new York in time to keep his appointment next York Herald. Our sensitive skin. Except Porfy not Lair it operation w Ould lie j rur t leu 11� plan let a. In human beings the sensitiveness of the internal organs is very Small As compared with that of the skin. Examples of this Are familiar to every one. While in Beulah no Oue knows anything of his he has no sensations from it. Even disease of a very serious kind it us and often does go on for years in the internal organs without causing any Sensa Tion. The nerves of the internal organa Are much More concerned with regulating functions and controlling the size of the blood vessels than with the convey a c of sensory impressions to the brain. Life would in fact be unbearable if tin functions of animal life in a Normal a a Omlin iou caused sensation and they v. It 1 use it if the organs were richly Supply -1 with sensory nerves. Every surgeon knows for example that the human intestine is when its muscular coat is at rest almost a in Aeu Sitivi us the bail or nails. In the operation of opening the i Testim. Often inquired in the presence of malignant disease the Cut in the skin and the by i a of fixing the gut to the skin w a ild be very painful and deep amethia is required. Two Days later when the g t in its new position Baa to be opened the patient is told to shut his eyes and i feels nothing he does not even win a while a wound nearly two Ioc bes Bur is made in the intestinal Wall v. Ith it i a it r knife or hot Iron. This has i. A n j <1 by May hundreds of cases Ami a m it is not to be explained As due 1 a i i Stu on the part of the patient. Or r important a a per Ficu his been d a without i a it for tin. Cut und without a m to Ltd suf trial of at Bli a severe kind. Edinburgh be Fiew. An eloquent lecture. George m. Gearhart of the Danville National Bank some time ago heard a general j. B. Gordon at Philadelphia deliver Bis lecture on the a lust Days of the Southern confederacy which he will deliver at the opera House tomorrow night. In speaking a f it the other night or. Gear Ait s Aid a this was one of the to t interesting and eloquent lectures that i Ever heard lie gave a wonderful description of the stir Glt for the Southern cause and Bis present loyalty to the hag w is at All times apparent. Ilis tribute to the womanhood of Tho a dying times both the women in the North and South was Beautiful. Altogether 1 Coti i lured it a remarkable lecture Dorn a remarkable Prentiss fasnacht. Charles s. Prentiss and miss Amanda fasnacht were married at the Home of the brides Mother mrs Hannah to on Mill Street on la us s Lay evening by the Rev. O g. Heck. The Bride and Groom were attended by or. And mrs. William Mccann. Following the ceremony a reception was held. Tho a present Wen or. And mrs. William fasnacht or. And mrs. George fasnacht Joseph Ai d Charles h at n it. Or. And mis. Frank slum mrs. N. C Prentiss mrs. Muli a Prentiss misses Kph Mia and Emma Prentiss William Pren iss mrs. Lam j Berson. Mrs. Leolf. Mrs. Slim or. And mrs. Harry Fox might a m a Racket miss red miss Shutt miss Smedley miss Kieiwis miss Mullen miss Newberry i Jennie Carr. so Mil Kita to manias Jennie horsing Harry Hutt and Jan is Kreiner. Why it stj00eei. Because its for one thing Only and Danville is learning this. Noting can lie Good for everything. Doing one thing Well 1 rings Success Doans kidney pills do one thing Only. They a re for sick kidneys. They Enre backache every kidney ill. Here is Danville evidence to prove it or. John Lewis of Mill Street says a 1 was not Well for a longtime. When working my Hack became so lame and pained me and after getting Home at night i could hardly straighten. Headaches and weariness disinclined me for anything and in addition 1 was troubled with indigestion. I read about Doans kidney pills and As my doctors medicines did me so Little Good. I got them and found the most satisfactory results from their use. They Are the Only remedy which Ever gave me permanent for Sale by All dealers Price 50 cent a Box. Foster Millburn co. Fut Alo. N v. Sole agents for the u. S. Remember the name Doans so and take no other. Farry concert company. The Perry concert company Proa i a an exceptionally line program at the opera House on saturday evening december 2?. The concert is under the auspices of the Washington fire company a f Titis City and already Many tickets have been sold. The musicians Are under the leadership of prof. Harries. The Soprano is mrs. , of Scranton who has won numerous prizes. Mrs. Boston Williams a member of the Scranton Welsh glee club won the prize at the Chicago worlds fair As a contralto sinner. The Tenor singers Are professors Johns and Griffiths baritones Mes is. Williams and Boston and the Bass is John d. Evans a of whom i ave taken part ill prize winning glee clubs at Iii rent a sted Fods. The cause of Many sudden deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so deep. Tive. Many sudden deaths Are caused by it a heart disease pneumonia. Heart failure or apoplexy Are often the result of kidney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to Advance the kidney poisoned. _ blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break Down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you Are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking or. Kilmer a swamp Root the great kidney liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the Day and to get up Many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of swamp Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. Swamp Root is pleasant to take and sold by All druggists in fifty cent and one Dollar sized bottles. You May have a Sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery and a Book that tells All about it. Both sent free by mail. Address or. Kilmer amp co. Binghamton n. Y. When writing mention Reading this generous offer in this paper. Home of swamp Root. Firemen considering invitation to help celebrate for the Century s close. The firemen have been asked to join with in a general Celebration on new years eve. One or two of the companies arc considering the matter and it a a believed that they will fail in line. If they do the Success of the Cele Brati it a woul be assured for other organizations would doubtless be ready then to a a the Enterprise. 11 is also understood that several other organizations and social clubs Are considering the matter and will probably be ready to help celebrate. Railroad company will Issue clerical orders for 1901. The Pennsylvania Railroad company announces that clerical orders will let a be issued for the year 1901 to ordained clergymen having regular charge of churches located 011 or near the line of its Road. Application Blanks May be obtained of ticket agents and same should reach the general office by december 22, so that orders May in mailed december 31, to clergymen entitled to receive them. Orders will be issued Only on individual application of clergymen when made on Blanks Fum Isbiel by the company and certified to by one of its agents. Beware of ointments for Catarrh that contain Mercury. As Mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system a Hen entering it through the mucous surfaces. Siu h articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians As the damage they will do is ten fold to the Good you Canku a slyly derive from them Hall s a Larry cure manufactured by f. J. Cheney amp t��., Toledo it contains no Mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall s Catarrh cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by f. J. Cheney amp co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists. 75c. Toledo o Hall s family pills Are the inst. Four o clock dinner. Mrs. Harvey Gaskins gave a four of clock dinner to a number other friends at her Home on Newkirk Street tuesday. In the evening tie party Aliende i tie Box social at the Toby run school House. Those present were airs. Gail Yeager and daughter Maud Grid mrs Kate Ziegenfuss of Catawissa or. Henry in Elvig and son Edson Roy Bausch and miss Hattie Gaskins of Shana Okiu mrs. Wise of maus Dale mrs. Eugene Moyer and daughter Edna mrs. Ella Moyer miss Hannah Gaskins and Ambrose Miller of this City. In mrs. Henderson s Honor. Or. And mrs. Robert Morri gave alive of clock dinner to a few friends at their Home on East Market Street tuesday evening in Honor of their guest mrs. , of Philadelphia. Those present wire the Rev or. And mrs. Ii. C. Harman and family the Rev or. And mrs. M. L. Shindel and miss Lucre tin Brewer. January term. List of jury men. List of grand jurors selected for january term it of. Anthonyd. A. Fowler. Cooper John Casey. Danville 1st Ward John g. Brown. Wellington Blecher. Danville 2nd Ward Patrick Kerns Albert Kenier. Danville 3rd Ward George in Luck Joseph Longenberger. John it my Danville 1th Ward Hugh met fiery. Jacob Yan Blohn. Alexander Maun. Dalias Hummer Derry a Augustus it roman William Weiffe Baeher. Limestone Thomas b. Schuyler Howall Wagner. Liberty Charles Geringer. Mahoning Fredrick Becker a. C. Angle. Thomas Madden. Valley Norman Beyers. Elmer Sidler. Washing Touville a. H. Seidel list of traverse tutors selected for january term 1901. Anthony John j Ellis j. A. Whippy. John Caldwell Sylvester i end a. Derry Peter m. Deitriech John Moser. William Sidler. Cooper William Schram. Danville 1st, Ward George d Edmondson Henry Leisenring. John Campbell John let. Williams c. C. Moyer George r. Secli Ler. Thomas Woods. It diver Lenhart Danville 2nd Ward Casper Dei Road. Harry e. Seidel. James freeze. John Everett. Alexander Mowrer. Danville 3rd Ward Harry Kern. James v. Wilson. I lain Robin Alt Oliver p. Adams. E. S. Miller. Theodore Hoffman or. Charles buckhalter. Danville 4tli Ward Woodward Morrison. Joseph Sherwood. Benton Nevins. Henry search. Patrick Scott. Frederick Henrie. Limestone Daniel Foust. Libert Richard Moser Mahoning Simon Kucher. John Foust. Edward Hallman. George Rudy will Iam Stein Hoilier. James Butler. May Bury Arthur Bennet. Valley John i liter teen e. V. Flick Washingtonville William kenyan. West Hein-1 cd a Peter e. Sandei s. B flick. Sheriffs Sale of valuable real estate b virtue of n writ of Fieri fact As issued out of ill a Mil i of i a Zinnion in lean of Montour county to me directed will expose to Public it Ile at the court House in the Borough of Danvila Montour county Pennsylvania on saturday january 5, 1901. At ten o Elora in tic Forenoon of said Day the following a i. Scribed tract of real astute a situate in Anthony township Montour county. Pennsylvania described As follows Viz. First of Sai it 1 traits. Stegin Ning at a Stone in 1 in Public Road leading to a bite Hall thence land p. K a Tup South nine and one fourth d or. Est Oast forty and eight tenth per a a Hes t hence by land of Oscar Craig South eighty one and a half degree West k perches Toa Stone thence by land of Frederick Yerg North nine and one fourth degrees West forty and eight tenths perches to the said Public Road thence along same Road North eight one and a if degrees East eight perches to the place of beginning containing two acres and is x perches More or less on which Are erected a two Story Frame dwelling House darn and other out buildings. Seized taken i i execution and to be sold As tin properly of Cyrus bards be. Second tract described As follows adjoining the Public Road leading from Washingtonville to Muncy on the eastward lands o 1 Rait and Marr Public school lot Martin and Oulu is containing twelve acres More or less a a which Are erected a two Story Frame dwelling House. Darn and other outbuildings a Quot it a taken into Che Niton and to be sold As the properly of j. J. Bards be. I Elt Uge m a1ers, sheriff. . In ask West attorney. She rites office Danville pa., dec. 15. Opening oysters. Or e e or or try esp or or a aril it k Isi Krs notices. A Al ill in w in til la in it i it it Iii in vol rings brooches watches silverware and hundreds of other appropriate things for Christmas gitis such As manicure sets umbrellas Gold pens. Pocket books Brush and comb sets watch chains charms Fine China Cut class clocks cameras it Sre. Hempe Danville s leading jeweler. A a m re Fri w m m b h b a w j1 a it the Natal Academy Progress of the improvements in the Annapolis school. By an order issued from the National guard Headquarters at Harrisburg tues Day evening it is Direen a 1 that the several naval forces of Pennsylvania excepting brigade bands will be inspect cd in their armoires beginning february it 1901. The inspection will he made by tie brigade inspectors under the direction of tiie inspector general anti at such dates Between february 15 and May 15, 1901, in by be designated by brigade commanders. Krauser a headache capsules. An unlike anything prepared in auger�?�-1. They were firs prescribed by or. Krause. Germany a famous cart physician. Long before Antipyrine was discovered and Are almost marvelous so speedily do they cure the most distressing oses Price 25c. Sold by Rossman amp son s pharmacy. To . I editors la caters and other persons i Nehk Stedt notice in hereby Given that the following named person did on the Date affixed to their names Lile the accounts of their administration to the estate of those per on deceased and guardian accounts a. 1 whose Numen arc hereinafter mentioned in Llis office of the Register for the probate of wills and granting of letters of administration in and for the county of Montour and licit the same will be presented to the orphans a court of said county for confirmation and allowance of monday the Lluli Day of laundry a. >., l Jol at the meeting of the court in the afternoon. Oct. 9.-first and final account of i William k. Holloway administrator of the estate of Clarence h. Frick late of the i5orough of Danville Montou county deceased. Dec. 6.-first and final account of Simon Moser guardian of Adam l. Moser a minor child of Lydia Jane Moser deceased said minor having arrived at the age of 21 years. Dec. S. First and final account of John d. Ellis executor of the last will and testament of Ellen Ellis late of Anthony town ship Montour county deceased. Dec. 14. First and final account of Sarah j. Cruikshank. Executrix of Lary Ann Walton late of b Orough of Danville Montour county deceased. Dec. 15. First and final account of Pei a a. Rishel and Janies c. Eis Bol administrators of George Washington Rishel late of the township of Mahoning Montour county deceased appointed by an order of the orphans met of said county to make Sale of the real estate of said decedent under proceedings in partition. Dae. 15. First and final account of Illiam Wertman and David Wert Man. Executors of the last will and testament of Michael Wertman late of the township of Cooper county of Montou and state of Pennsylvania deceased. Dec. 15. First and final account of William Wei Hammer. Administrator of the estate of Wellington d. Wei Hammer. Late of the township of Limestone county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania. Deceased. . L. Sidler Register. Register s it it Fuce Danville a. Dec. 15, 19 h. Indications that in Complete rehabilitation will i intimately be accomplish eds it splendid location. The Maine memorial Chapel. Special correspondence Annapolis md., nov. 6.�?there Are Gratifying and substantial assurances that the Complete rehabilitation of the naval Academy is not so very Remote. The work under the authorization of Congress which two years ago appropriated $1,000, 00 and which contemplates a total expenditure of $8.000,000, has progressed with reasonable celerity and already great changes can be noted in historic old Cuin pus. The wonders of science lung troubles and consumption can be cured. Trial lest for january term 1901. A b. Gearhart is. D Lxi Rah Vincent. The Borough and Lown Council of the Borough of Washingtonville is. The county of Montour. Certified from the records at Danville a the 5th. Day of december 1900. J. C. Miller. Frothy. The four Dos. Charles Spurgeon once said that there Are three great enemies to Man Quot dirt debt and the he might have added one More d and included Dys Pepia. The evil results of this disease could hardly in exaggerated. Its effects Are Felt in mind and body and Are As far reaching As the elects of the curse that was Laid on the Jackdaw of Rheims which was cursed in a eating and drinking and sleeping in standing and sitting and the Good effects of or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery Are most marked in aggravated and chronic cases of dyspepsia. It enables the stomach g i mis to secrete the necessary Quantity of digestive fluids and that at once removes that craving or gnawing sensation so common to certain forms of indigestion. It tones and regulates the stomach invigorates the torpid liver and gives the blood making glands keen assimilative Power. Quot Golden medical discovery cure ninety eight percent of those who use it. Or. Pierces of a Avant pellets arc Superior to al1medicines when the on tuesday the Vest their crop 1 a private Ponds i nut Dale a near i seven inches thick. Mill of the osteopathy cures where drugs fail. Four books and a free diagnosis and opinion on any Oase cheerfully Given upon request to drs. Matthews amp Hook proprietors of the Atlantic school of osteopathy 17 Ross Street. Wilkes Barre. Rabbi Meyer re elected. At the Semi annual my ring of the members of a he congregation Ltd of the Renai Zion synagogue held yesterday morning Gabhi Adolph Meyer was reelected to till tie pulpit for the year beginning March 1, 1901. A this will make the element consecutive year f i rabbi Meyer As pastor of this congregation. While there is life there is Hope. I was afflicted with Catarrh could neither taste nor smell and could Hoar but Little. Ely s train Balm cur i it Marcus g. Shauntz Rahway. N j the Bilimo reached me Sai Elv and the effect is surprising my son says the first application gave decided Relief. Respectfully. Mrs. Franklin Freeman Dover. N. H. The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 it. Or mailed by Ely Brothers. 56 Warren bt., new York an eminent now York chemist and scientist makes a free offer to our readers. The distinguished chemist t. A. Slocum. Of new York City demonstrating his discovery of a reliable cure for consumption pulmonary tuberculosis bronchial lung and Chest troubles stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general do Cine and w weakness loss of Semi and All conditions of wasting away will Send three free bottles All different of his new discoveries to any afflicted Reader of this paper writing for them. His a new scientific treatment has cured l hous us permanently by its timely use and lie considers it a simple professional duty to Suil ering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experimenting for years has produced results is beneficial to humanity As can reclaim Edby any Munem Genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption Are curable in any climate is proven by a Heartfelt letters of gratitude a filed in his american and european laboratories in thousands from those cured in All parts of the world. The dread consumption uninterrupted. Me Dis speedy and certain death \ a Rito to t. A. Slocum m. A new York giving Post a Rifice and a i i had the tree �4 it direct a Iuso aut Adan he a f i its proposition. Nicase Tell tic doctor that you saw his in the Montour Amk Isican. Solicitors wanted. Be want energetic men and women to solicit subscriptions to culinary topics tie new High class household Magazine. will a Small salary and a Liberal commission and we also offer live prizes of 8100, 850, 25. 15, and 10 reflectively to the five solicitors who will secure the largest lists of subscribers. T or Wildi tonal information and a copy of the Lna Frizine Send 10 cents to culinary topics 14 Oliver Street Boston mass. Plans Fob Maine memorial Chapel. The buildings now up process of construction ure an armory Boathouse and Power House. These Are the first of the group of magnificent structures contemplated in the general scheme for the reconstruction of the training school of our Navy. The other buildings As appropriations Are made therefor will be erected in sequence of importance. When the proposed plan is carried out the buildings will he in three main groups one on each Side of the three sides of the Campus the water front forming the fourth Side. The cadets quarters will be 011 the right entering from the town the academic buildings on the left and the officers quarters As at present on a line parallel with and just inside the Wall which encloses the grounds on the Side toward the town. The cadets quarters standing Between the Campus and the great Parade ground will be flanked on one Side by the Boathouse 011 the other by the armory and will be connected by covered colonnades. One of the notable Structure s contemplated in the plan of improvements is the erection of a handsome new Chapel which is to be known As the Maine memorial Chapel plans for which draw by Ernest Flagg of new York were some time ago accepted by the government. The Chapel will occupy the highest Point on the grounds and will be a Noble Monument to the Brave sailors who perished on the battleship Maine la Havana Harbor. It will of course take some years to accomplish All this but every Friend of the Navy will rejoice that a fair Start has been made. There Are certainly reasons enough Why this work should have been begun and Why it should be carried Forward to completion without delay. For years the dilapidated condition of the naval Academy has been a discredit to the nation and altogether the Plant is out of keeping with the nations growth and greatness. The establishment of an institution for the training of the men who should uphold the stars and stripes on the seas was suggested to president Madison by his Secretary of the Navy William Jones but the recommendation took no tangible form until 1843, when it was established under president Polk. The location of the naval Academy is Ideal. The Severn upon whose Hanks it is situated is indeed a Beautiful Stream. Fully a mile in Oculi at the fact Deiny it enters the Chesapeake i a about three Miles below gradually widening to its Mouth. Above Annap it 11s the River extends 10 or 12 Miles but remains of Noble proportions while the High Hanks on either Side Are of cultivated Fields alternated by stretches of Woodland giving the surroundings pc Ture stueness and Beauty to tempt tin Pencil and Brush of the artist. Even West Point located As it is 011 one of flip imposing Sites of the historic Hudson does not out rival Annapolis in the Charm of its surroundings. With the completion of the contend plated improvements and enlargements Annapolis naval Academy will indeed be an institution of which every american May Well be proud. certainly have reason to be proud of the men living and dead whom it has Irivin to the ii Tion. Sepia of the latter Are rest ing in the Little cemetery just across an Arm of the Severn from the Academy from the Grassy slopes of which the Graves of Cushing and other naval heroes can plainly he seen by the Young Cadet whose ambition it in to win glory of the sea. On the Campus there Are Many inspiring reminders of the Gal Lant and patriotic achievements of thu nations heroic . Near the Barrancas stand a simple but imposing Granite Shaft erected to the memory of Captain Herndon and an elaborate memorial Tablet raised of the officers who fell a in attacks on the City of Tripoli in 1804.�?� it is inscribed a to the memory of Somers Caldwell Decatur wads Worth. Israel auth r . Suit for business. Boine practical it Sard Ine Street Contant. Special correspondence new York nov. 6.�?after All it is the Plain and simple things that we need the most and Wear the most. Are in our houses nearly All the time and the most of us have duties to do and no one can work at anything no matter what in her Host clothes. So there must be a whole list of things suitable for House requirements and there Are. The other Day i met by a Long tried plan mrs. Edwin Knowles one of the Cleverest and prettiest women in this country and As i got to our rendezvous first at the swell store where we were to meet i took the Opportunity to look about me and the result of my observations was that i saw ten dresses and other garments for House Wear to one Street costume. There was one room devoted especially to wrappers and Loose House gowns and some of these were Dainty and pretty enough to set one wild with desire to have them All just to look at. There was one of Pink Albatross cloth and the front was gathered from the neck to the feet and the Waist was held in by a Rich Pink Satin ribbon tied in a Long Bow and longer ends. Ribbon is coming into much More general use than before for a Long time. These dresses All have some sort of Yoke made of lace generally of the lighter qualities though i noticed one in Pearl Gray Cashmere where the Yoke and some trimming on the sleeves Are of the Cream coloured Renaissance lace. All have ribbon trimming in some Way. Some of them have several rows of narrow baby ribbon in the same color As the other ribbon used As belting and shoulder knots. This Gray Cashmere of which i just spoke has Short sleeves reaching but to the Elbow and under them Are other sleeves of Satin of the same Shade. All the ribbon to Garnish those Dainty dresses is of Satin except where Black velvet is used but it must be admitted that this is a Little too heavy and decided to be really artistic. It is striking though. There was a lounging Robe in the form of a japanese Kimono though with some slight modification in the sleeves which Are simply made Long and flowing instead of serving for pocket and general Catchall As Are the real Kimonos. This special one was of Tine Gray silk of the softer kind and this was quilted in squares and All the edges were bordered with a hand of Pink Satin also quilted. Instead of the Obi or wide Sash worn by the japanese women there was a soft netted silk Sash with tassels at the ends. This dress gave one an envy to cuddle Down on some cozy seat with a Good Book and forget the world and All its miseries. Two Steps from the place where these pretty garments were shown were the furs and wraps and of. Dear a new in my Man Tell Tiow ii Sti onid cd done. Quot people a round new York do not so in to understand opening oysters a said the new England Man a while in the most insignificant places in Rhode Island or Massachusetts there Are cd pits. Here you All have a regular instrument for it while in new England a Man can open an Oyster with nothing but a knife and do it quicker than any one can eat them without breaking the Shell. Here you have u Block of Lignum vital with a cold chisel or something of that nature standing up in the Center. On that the Man break tin Edge of the Oyster shells and the pries them open his knife. A now my Friend Aleck gave me lessons in opening oysters and 1 think 1 could do it myself hotter than any one 1 have been try it around Here. Aleck lived in a Small town whore he kept a very Small Market in which he sold meant on meat Days and fish on fridays and oysters ail the week through. A to open oysters As Aleck did you Lay the Oyster with the rounded half of the Shell in the hollow of your left hand with the hinge to the Fri t. Down about an Inch 01 an Inch and a half from Tho hinge is what Aleck called an Eye and in that he would insert his knife give a Quick upward motion and the upper Shell was off in a Jiffy the Oyster lying As clean As possible in the hollow Shell. It was out if it had to come out with another Quick motion of tin knife. There is really Only a Little Knack to it. Quot there was never an Oyster that Aleck could not open and with his eyes open or shut drunk or sober. Aleck was proud of his expert ass As an Oyster no r in a county of Oyster openers and it is when he was drunk that he was most to Likely to give exhibitions. Aleck was one of those men who Are never drunk in their legs. The liquor made him talk and he had an amiable desire to show off. A on the occasions of his special sprees he was Likely to take himself out of town to Boston or Providence and once he got As far away from Home As Chicago. Iii habit when he reached a strange place a to drop into an Oyster place and Tell the Man opening oysters that he did no to know anything about his business. Aleck in his Best clothes did not have the appearance of being in the Oyster opening business. The result would he that there would he a Challenge and Aleck would always come out ahead. He could open oysters behind his Back almost As quickly As he could holding them in York times. The business suit. Me to one could Tell the half of their glories. The Short shoulder Cape and fancy High Collar Are the test of All the Small fur garments and in one House these have been brought to perfection by having the Collar fixed so that it can be worn up or Down and that w a it is adapted to different degrees of eol Ltd there Are so Many kinds of Long scarfs with More than the usual number of tails that it is needless to try to describe them Luft this one May say and say it with authority and that is that those who have a Scarf fro i last season can Wear it As fully one half of the fancy fur gain ten is of this season Are exactly like those of a season ago. Even the jackets and Coats Are so near the same that no one but a practice Eye could could difference. The new printed silk muslims Are too Sweet for description Blit they Are durable and one dress of the material is Good for a whole Winters dancing and if the trimmings Are a hanged two or Fhi be times the gown does not become wearisome. The figures on this material Are so delicate and Light that apy kind of under slip can he worn and hits change of color and ribbons to match make a Fiock of Thi kind a Boon to women. Olive Harper. Apron lace. Make a Chain of 24 stitches says the ladies world in giving this useful lace pattern in third stitch of Chain. Chain 3. Fasten by slip stitch in seventh stitch of Chain. Chain 3, Shell in tenth stitch. Chain 7. Shell in seventeenth stitch. Chain 3. Fasten by slip stitch in Twenty first stitch of Chain. Chain 3, Shell in Twenty fourth stitch. 3, a hell in Shell. It lain 7, Shell in Shell double in each stitch of Chain 7, Shell in Shell. Chain 7, Shell in Shell. 3. Shell in Shell Chain 3, fasten by slip stitch in fourth stitch of Chain. Chain 3, Shell in Shell. Chain 7, Shell in Shell. Chain 3, fasten by slip stitch in fourth stitch of Chain. Chain 3, Shell in Shell. As second Row. As third Row after the last Shell is made. Chain 5, fasten to the Shell on fourth Row. Turn and double Crochet into the Chain thus made 16 times. As second Row. As third Row until Scallop is reached double Between first and second doubles of previous Row. Chain 1, double Crochet again Between second and third and so on around then turn double Crochet in first open spa a. Chain 3, double Crochet in next around again. As second Row. As third Row in Scallop Shell in each open space Shell in Shell Back again. As second Row. This completes one Scallop. Dye the pane ribbons Black. Economical women have Learned the value of gasoline for cleaning ribbons while others use suds made of soap bark chips. They should be rubbed Between the hands until thoroughly clean then examined and if too badly faded to use again dyed some Darker to Shade. White ribbons will take delicate shades of Blue Pink and Lavender. Light coloured ribbons Are pretty dyed Cardinal red. If they Are too dark for that save them until you have half a Pound or More and then color them Black with Dye for silk. No matter what color they Are nor How spotted or streaked they will Dye a Good Black. Rinse thoroughly in several warm soft Waters until the last rinsing water is left Clear then smooth the ribbon Between the hands and wind Over a wide piece of stiff cardboard. When All has been wound around place it Between soft cloths Aud put it under a heavy pressure. When taken out it will be smooth and look like new. Another Way to manage them is to hang them in the open air until about half dry then cover them with cheesecloth or some other thin material Aud Iron with a moderately hot Iron. The Little folks Are advantageously engaged in scribbling puzzling screeds to Good old Santa Claus enumerating what they Hope he will leave them As he halts his Reindeer Over their House tops and goes Down the Chimney to Deposit i gifts to the Good boys and girls. What i Happy world is that of the innocent rattlers. Or Hans court Sale of valuable real estate. Pursuant to us order a t be orphans court in and for the to county of Montour slate of in Nosy 1 a Uriu also an order issuing out of tin orphans it ourt of Lei Outing county Slat aforesaid the undersigned executors of the last will und testament of John g. A1 Beck late of Anthony township. County of Mon tour state aforesaid deceased will expose to Public Sale at the Homestead of said decedent in Anthony township county and state aforesaid. 011 Friday january 4th. 1901. At one o clock p. A. Of said Day. The following desc Rich a real estate Aii those twofer Tain tracts of land ski minded and described a follows Trad no. 1. Situate in Anthony township county of Montour Tate of Pennsylvania beginning at a slake t hence by land a it of w Illiam Dewvaul sout h eighty six Aud one half de-1 Grees last one Hundred Aud nine and on tenth perches to a stake thence by lands o Stephen c. Ellis North four degrees East forty four perches to a stake thence by land of Jackson p. Mckee North eighty six Anc one half degrees West one Hundred and int and one tenths perches to a stake thence South four degrees West forty four pen he to the place of beginning. Containing thirty acres More or less. Tract no. 2 a All that certain tract of land situate in tin township of Moreland. Count of Lycoming. State of Pennsylvania i Oun Ltd de and described As follows beginning at Stone thence by land of Jacob Alleck. Or North forty six degrees East sixteen and four tenths perches to a Stone. North forty and one fourth degrees East forty and on tenth perches to a Stone. North seventy six and one half degrees East seventy one per Ches to a Stone thence by land of Willian Kiddle South five and one half degrees West one bund red and nine and five tenths perches thence by land of John Albeck South eighty i and one half degrees West one bund re. 51 and one Perch s. Thence by land of j. P. Mclee North Tive Aud one half degrees East forty four perches to the place of beginning con tabling fifty four acres and thirty nine perches of land strict measure. 1 Pon which Are erected a Large Frame dwelling House Frame Bank barn and All other necessary ind convenient outbuildings. Terms of Sale. Twenty five per centum of the Purchas Money Snail a paid at the striking Down of the property the balance thereof upon Cor. Fir Matlon absolute of said Sale. All conveyancing to be at the Cost of the purchaser of purchasers thereof. M. M. Albeck Amon 1. Albeck. K. S. , atty. Notice in divorce. Kit in to Kim is. Ida May Aten unit it of 1 pleas of Montou in. No. 7 june term 1w0. Divorce to Ida May Aten. Respondent above named Yogt re hereby duly notified a required to be and appear in the it out t a Bof Montour county 01. May. The it Cath dry it f january a. L my. The living tin first d v of them term of 1 a 1 a Sun. A it 1 r to 1 of the d Ain l Aten i Abov i a i. I -. The Star it. T a cans if. Y you have w you 1. A a a Sulci co from the i snub entered into with the Sai i y Ward l. A u. The said i��?��?��?�. Do the or v a the i Tiniou or i.�a i in above is ated Case. George Mareks. Sher sheriff s office. Danville pa., dec. 4th. Lith Notick. Estate of Henry Jenkins late of Val township Montour county a Lei letters testamentary having been Gran the undersigned upon above estate All p sons indebted to same will make immedi payment Aud those having claims will 1 sent them without delay to g. C. Jenkins executor. R. S. Ammerman attorney. Exec utom notice. Estate of Jane a. He fir late of Borough of Danville in the com of Montour and state of Penn Vania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of .4 ministration with the will annexed a been granted in the above estate to the a Der signed. All persons indebted to the a estate Are required to make payment a those having claims or demands against t said estate will make known tie same to Anna Ritter. Admins Gratrix. C. T. Of Jane a Heller Decea s 1. O. Address. 411 Railroad Danville. Edward Haybe Gearhart. Counsel precut Oiin a notice. Estate of Mary e. Deep late of the Pong of Danville in the county m contour and state of Penis Yea a deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters to a Centary on t lie above estate have been or a de to the undersigned. All persons inde h to the said estate Are required to make p ment. And those having claims or dem. 1 against tie said estate will make known same without delay to Jonathan s. P executor of Mary e. Peen deceased. I address no. Grand Street Dun Vil e. P Edward Sayre Gearhart counsel planing Mill ? Hoofer brother manufacturers of doors Sash shutters veranda 7/ a. Brackets frames a n 1 and turned work of All kinds. Also shingles roofing slate planed Ai rough lumber. Riverside North a count i Fiest i wore Oil 00 to special attention Given ladies suits and waists gents White pantaloons and vests. Repairing done when ordered. I., a. I. W., "sv., v. La Vij Gooij work prompt deli1 right Fri All packages c of red for and i. Ered free. Usa i Danville steam Laundr no. 20 canal St lore and Kase pro

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