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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - February 21, 1901, Danville, PennsylvaniaA a lome paper a for the Home the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year or. Irving 11. Jennings dentist. Office Hourn 9 a. M. To 12 m. 1 p. M to 4 p. M. 10� Mill St., Danville a. Shultz m. A a. 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach Ami intestines a specially d k. A. P. Skulk a dentists office 218 Mill Street. Teeth extracted without in Nin. Crown and Bridge work a specially. Equipped with the latent and most improved instrument and prepared to Exee Stethe most difficult work. Or. C. H. Reynold8, formerly of Catawissa. Office opposite Boston store Danville a dentistry in All its branches. Charge moderate and All work guaranteed established 1802 condensed news. And it was cold the next Day. Pay your election hets Early. The passing of Winter meets the approval of the majority. Housewives Are beginning to look Forward to housecleaning time. A big summer excursion season is predicted by passenger agents. The skaters certainly have no cause for complaint that their joyous and invigorating pastime has not been Prodi Gally catered to this Winter. During the Winter months there Are hundreds of working men in this City who never see their Homes by Day Light except on sunday. They leave for their employment before Day the dawns taking their dinners with them and do not get Home until after Sundown. The Workingman is always glad when Winter ends. Danville milliners Are already receiving handsome Spring goods. Easter Flowers Are to be plenty says one who knows which Means that they will not be exorbitantly priced. Since the Days Are lengthening there is a noticeable increase in the attendance of Early buyers at our Curbstone Market. Public Sale Friday March 7th,at 10 a. M. On the Schoch farm frosty Valley about four Miles from Mausdale of farm implements and Stock. Terms made known on Day of Sale. John h. Rote. Prof. C. C. Coles the Well known weather Prophet and investigator died at his Home in Kingston last saturday morning. W. T. Pease has accepted a position As special Cigar and wine Salesman with tie Acker Merrill and Condit wholesale House of new York. Beer tablets have lately come into use. A Lover of the beverage can carry a Little brewery in his Vest pocket. One of the tablets dropped into a Glass of water instantly converts it into a Glass of foaming Beer. The Farmers Are getting out their farming implements to he in readiness tor the Spring work. Montour Council no. 167 or. U. U. A. M. Will give a smoker in theg. A. Lodge room on Friday evening at 6 30. It is understood that the passenger conductors on the Philadelphia a leading railway will Wear chevrons on their coat sleeves indicating the number of years they have been in the service of the company. The records of the men Are now being prepared in the offices at Philadelphia. Each Chevron will represent live years. They will be worn for the first time when the men receive their new summer uniforms. A number of Railroad companies have been observing this Rule for some years. The Spring election is now settled but it wout be Long until the fight for next Falls nominations will lie in full swing the politicians Are never Idle. The police Force of every City in the Union should he strictly instructed by their superiors to arrest every person Young or old caught throwing banana skins 011 the Side walks. This hit of carelessness has crippled More than one j person for life. Do your Hanking to Day. The Hanks will be closed to Morrow Washington a birthday. A the Missouri girls will he present d at the opera House next wednesday evening. 80 Many explanations were in order yesterday. Martins i Uncle Toms hand will Parade in this City to Morrow. Wanted boy or girls from 13 to 15 years of age. Apply at Danville knit Ting Mills. Martins Uncle Tom Cibin company will give two Purfor sauces in this City tomorrow Washington a birthday. The cold spell of the past Twenty four hours has Frozen the Susquehanna River to a considerable depth and some of the old rive men who have been watching the signs state that All indications Point to a big ice Gorge Down the River Goodrich Post no. 22, g. A. K., will hold a housewarming and lunch on the afternoon and a Musicale in the evening of Washington a birthday at 265 Mill Street. A general invitation �9 extended to th3 Public to attend a this coi n try will never be entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own productions established in lsr�5. Vol. 46�?no 8. Danville pa., thursday february 21, 11 01. A n is. Yocum a in session a regular meeting but Little business a strange dog with symptoms of rabies done exoneration granted. Met on River Bridge the Borough Council held a regular meeting Friday eve president Kenner occupied the chair. The following members were present Goldsmith Hollo Way Fetterman Vastine Jones Weehler and Brandt. The minutes were read and approved the Bills were ordered paid when Council found that its business was about exhausted. The next regular session which Falls on March 1, will be the last meeting of the present body and As usual with the winding up of the Council year there was a Little Council hesitates to assume any obligations which might not meet the approval of the new members and As a consequence All new enterprises arc pushed into the future. Tax collector e. W. Peters came to the Rescue Friday eve with his list of exoneration which occupied Council for nearly an hour. The list was made up of a Large number of luckless individuals some of whom Are dead some gone away and others whose hard circumstances makes the collection of tax out of the question. Council granted the exoneration. The following Bills were approved for payment water department. Regular employees. Sam. A. Mccoy. 1-Abor on Annex. Joseph Lechner. Montour county Democrat d. R. Williams. C. G. Cloud. Edward Purpur. Borough department regular employees. Street labor. D. R. Williams. C. G. Cloud. Edward Purpur. William Weehler. Washington fire co. $129.70 20.00 12.00. 59.98 25.00 3.50 3.50 3 50. 82.50. 7.49. 3.50 3.50. 3.50. 1.00. .25 a civil suit before Bare. A civil Case was heard before Justice Bare yesterday in which the litigants were j. C. Campbell of Kush own and Augustus Schultz of West Hemlock township the former suing the latter to recover $10 which he alleges he overpaid him by mistake in settling for the Purchase of a couple of steers. The Price should have been $105.75 but through an error in figuring up the Cost or. Campbell made it $115.75 and did not discover his mistake until some time later. Meanwhile the defendant saw Elias Lyon and told him that he bad received $115 for the cattle. At the hearing yesterday he protested that lie had received but $105.75 for the cattle and explained that he was not talking seriously when he represented the Price to or. Lyon As $115. Several witnesses were heard. The Justice reserved decision until saturday. Argument is postponed. Pursuant to adjournment court convened monday morning at 0 30 of clock for argument. Hon. Little and associate Blee occupied the Bench. Argument was to have been heard on the motion for a new trial in the damage suit of Joseph Baron Ami wife is. Reading Iron company As Well As on a Rule to show cause Why an order of court in Case of Elizabeth Thomson is. Paul g. Thomson should not he vacated the court heard a few motions hut argument in the two above mentioned cases was postponed until next monday the 25th inst. Mrs. E. A. Yocum of South Danville while crossing the River Bridge yesterday morning met with a great scare caused by what was probably a a log. The Story As told a news reporter by the husband of the woman is substantially As follows mrs. Yocum was returning from this City on the East Side of the Bridge and had nearly reached the Sou i Danville Side when she saw a dug approaching her which acted in a very suspicious manner. He was trotting along frothing at the Mouth and snapping at the wooden railing. It was a fearful place to meet a dog which was even suspected of rabies and the consternation and dread that seized the woman can easily be imagined. The meeting fortunately occurred near a pier and mrs. Yocum Bethought herself of the Small opening at that Point Cut into the Side of the Bridge communicating with the Roadway she made a dash for this opening and reached it Only a few feet in Advance of the dog which following at her very heels darted in after her on i inside of the Bridge the a logos attention luckily was diverted and he made no Atu inti to pursue mrs. Yocum who ran in the direction of South Dan Vil be hut snapping right and left he trotted Oil toward this end of the Bridge. Whether the dog was mad or not might of course admit of some doubt hut that mrs. Yocum had cause for alarm is beyond question. Her experience has caused uneasiness not Only in South Danville where the residents have occasion to Cross the Bridge almost daily but also on this Side of the River where it seems the dog has taken Refuge. Mrs. Yocum As is natural owing to her fright is Able to give no More than a general description of the dog which might apply to a bundled other canines. The Only thing to do for a while is to stand aloof from All dogs that Are not beyond suspicion of infection. Observing Lent. Lent began yesterday Ash wednesday and the Observance will he general by the devout members of the roid Rii Catholic protestant episcopal. Evangelical lutheran and other Christian churches. The right Rev. John Shanahan Bishop of the Harrisburg diocese of tie roman Catholic Church has issued the usual episcopal letter to his clergymen which contains instructions for the Observance of Lent. There will he the usual restrictions and the season will be one of fasting and prayer. All persons within tie Pale of the Church who have completed their Twenty first year unless legitimately dispensed Are hound to observe the fast. Among those who Are exempt Are persons under Twenty one years the sick those w to have to perform hard manual labor and All those who through weakness cannot fast without great prejudice to their health. Others Are permitted to take1 Only one full meal a a Lay and that not until about noon. The exemption extrude a a to working people does not include fridays Ash wednesday and saturday of holy week the Concession benefits not Only the working people themselves but Abo their families. The use of meat is permitted to others on sundays and once a Day on mondays tuesdays thursdays and saturdays with the exception of saturday of Ember week and the last saturday of Lent. The use of flesh and Fili is forbidden at the same meal. Personal Mic and a with Little son friends in Basket Ball team reorganized. The Basket Ball team of this City Lias i been reorganized with or. J. B. Gearhart As manager. The change will no doubt insure a new Era of Prosperity for the Basket Bali team and series of first class games of this delightful spoil for our townspeople. Or. Gearhart s executive ability and skill As manager has been w Ell tested during his captaincy of company of 12th regiment n. G. 1. With few exceptions the Basket Hall players Are members of the military company and tie agreeable relations existing Between the men and commander there May he relied upon to yield Good results in the Basket Ball team. P. 0. S. Of a. By county convention. The p. O. S. Of a. By county convention representing the order in Montour and Columbia counties will be held in Berwick on Friday next Washington a birthday. There will he a Parade and banquet with a Camp fire in the opera House in the evening. Ralph Kisner e of this City will be the orator of the Day. Washington Camp no. 364 of this City will be represented by tie following delegates Isaac Gross Alexander Mann. Isaac Dreifuss 11. H. Allen and Fred Llen Rie. Washington a birthday in the schools Many of the schools Are making preparations for a proper Observance of Washington s birthday. Many pleading programs consisting of music songs and recitations will he rendered. Death of mrs. Steinmiller. Mrs. Katherine m. Steinmiller Mahoning township died saturday morning age a 76 years. The deceased resided with her son William Steinmiller Bloom Road who is her Only son and survivor. Purchased by Daniel Pensyl. The property of David Ruckel East front and Nassau streets a old at sheriff s Sale monday morning was purchased by Daniel Pensyl for $1625. Mowed Down by death. Miss Bessie Sheehan whose death occurred thursday last was buried saturday morning. The funeral which took place from St. Josephus Catholic Church was quite largely attended. The deceased was the daughter of Thomas Sheehan who 14 years ago removed from this place to Scranton. Twelve years ago the family consisted of nine members. Today but one survives William a boy sixteen years of age. It is Seldom that disease even in its most fatal form mows Down a family with More Starling rapidity. Two daughters of the family Maggie and e Law died in 1889, five months apart. The father of the family followed the next year. In 1896 mrs. Sheehan died. In april of last year two a laughters Annie and Mary died their deaths a occurring Only seven a lays apart the family up to that time still resided in Scran on. Discouraged by the dreadful mortality which they in some Way attributed to their surroundings the three surviving children Bessie John and William decided to remove Back to this City. They took up their residence on Ash Street some six months ago. The change however was powerless to Ward off the fell destroyer. On january 4i3rd, last the son John died. Bessie was even then very Low hut she survived until the 14th inst 22 Days later when she peacefully passed away. The four last deaths it will he observed occurred in less than 10 months time. Brief mention of the doings of your friends and acquaintances. Misses Olive Thompson and Anna Johnson Are visiting relatives at Chester Springs and Philadelphia. Mrs. G. In. Campbell and son j. Hanley of Northumberland Are visiting mrs. W. Ii. Startzell on Mill Street. Mrs. Fred Montague visited friends in Northumberland last evening. Mrs. Frank Starr of Boyds station left yesterday for a visit in Williamsport miss sue Miller of it. Carmel and miss Sallie Kerr of Arkansas Are visiting mrs. John g. Waite ferry Street. James Irland attended a funeral in Carbondale yesterday. Miss Daisy Lowenstein of Philadelphia is visiting her parents on Mill Street. Or. C. 11. Reynolds was in Catawissa yesterday. Rev. O. G. Heck has been called to three Springs Idun Tibig it Lon county by the illness of his father. Miss Laura Divel called on Friend in Lewisburg saturday. Miss Rachel Goodall spent saturday with Milton friends. A. Ii. Mcadams who has charge of the Branch House of the Danville stove and manufacturing company at Philadelphia spent sunday in this City As the guest of w. A. Weehler West Mahoning Street. Miss Grace Philips of Bloomsburg. Spent sunday in town. Mrs. A e. Young Lewis spent sunday Catawissa miss Lou Rudy a member of the corps of Public school teachers Sunbury was in this City sunday As a guest at the Home of Jackson Good b Oom Street. Mrs. S. 8. Shultz an i son William of Philadelphia Are visiting friends in this City. Mrs. Charles Henrie of Jersey City is visiting at the Home of her i rents Miami mrs. Wellington Cleaver South Danville. Miss Bessie Bower of Mooresburg is the guest of her sister mrs. William Morrison Gulicki a addition. Miss Laura Miller is visiting relatives in Jersey town. Mrs. Peter Keefer is visiting friends in lock Haven. Miss Clara Wilson of Milton is visiting friends in this City. Miss Belle Beaver is biting friends in Lewisburg. Robert Harland of Clatk Summit is a guest at the Home of d. C. Jones roof lower Mulberry Street. Miss Kate Eckman of Howell Vil be returned from a visit in new York on Mon Day. William Pease left yesterday for business trip to new York. Or. And mrs. W. Ii. Munro and son Harold left yesterday for Sault Ste. Marie Canada. General Secretary w. D. Laumaster left yesterday for Lancaster where he will attend the y. M. C. A. Convention. David Spotts of Riverside transacted business in Sunbury yesterday. Mrs. James Morgan who has been visiting relatives in this City returned to her Home in Harrisburg yesterday. The Rev. Adolph Meyer was a visitor in Bloomsburg yesterday. Rudolph Johnson of Northumberland was a visitor in this City yesterday. S. M. Smith of Milton transacted business in town yesterday. Miss try Williams of Shamokin is visiting relatives in this City. Samuel Miller of Sunbury was in town yesterday miss Maggie Sheppard is visiting relatives in Wilkes Barre. Harry Davis Book keeper in the employ of the Etke Superior company during the dismantling of the Bessemer left for Philadelphia yester Lav. Miss Mary Holloway visited Sunbury friends yesterday. C c. Mohr Ami Roscoe Mohr of Exchange were in town yesterday. C. P. Cd Otner. Of Turbotville transacted business in this City yesterday. Miss Helen Ramsey is visiting friends in Sunbury. C. W. Zaner transacted business in Northumberland yesterday. Or. J. P. Holla George Miller and Mcclellan Diehl of Washingtonville were visitors in this City yesterday. J. C. Campbell of Elysburg was in town yesterday. Disregarded tie vote for councilman results in Choice of Amos Vastine. Fine weather brings out a Large vote election tips Lay despite the warmth of the contest in several of the wards parsed or without a Ripple of excitement a it a tin occurrence of anything to mar the quiet and dignify of election Day. The weather conditions were All that could he desired and the vote polled therefore was rather larger than is usual at Spring elections. The hottest tight was waged in the first Ward Ami Lay principally Between the candidates for Council Ami those for Justice of the Pence. In the second Ward the contest was confined to the candidates for school director. M. D. L. Weehler and Reuben Boyer w to were named for Council Are warm personal friends and Long before the election Tivey agree to a take no hand in the matter but allow their friends to fight it out at the polls. Neither of the two candidates were seen about the voting Booths Yeste Nlay except during the Brief interval required for him to a Asi his vote. In the third and the fourth wards the contest was not especially warm although neither the came dates nor their friends were by any Means Idle during the Day. A in Gearhart township which includes South Danville tie Principa contest Lay Between j. F. Crossley candidate on the Independent democratic Sleber l. Dewitt on the Independent citizens ticket who was endorsed by the a. As revealed by tie result there was a Good a Leal of Independence exercise 1 by the voters in some of the districts honors being pretty evenly divided Between the two parties. As poor director for the Danville and Mahoning poor District p. M. Kerns was elected by a majority of 265. D. R. Williams was elected Borough auditor his majority being 15. In the first Wurl the vote for councilman was a tic. Each candidate receiving 2u7 votes. The a a amended ballot Law was referred to by the election Hoard which p. Ovi Les in Case of a tie vote in boroughs that a the inspectors in the presence of the judge and clerks cast lots to determine the Choice for Burgess or town in accordance with this provision the name of each candidate was written on a slip of paper and placed in a hat. The name drawn out. Which happened to he that of Amos Vastine. Republican determined the candidate elected. Or e. A. Curry was elected school director by a majority of 84. In the second Ward m. D. L. Weehler was elected to Council by a majority a it of 76. P. .1 Keefer is returned to the school Board by a majority of 69. In the third Ward James f. Dougherty was elected councilman by a majority of 41�. Daniel Byerly is elected Schord director by a majority of 114. Quot in tin fourth Ward Joseph Gibson was chosen councilman his majority being 45. W. Ii. Orth was re elected As school director by a majority of 59. District. Loor director. Franklin Boyer. Or. R. First Ward. 194 second Ward. .126 third Ward. 146 Fon rib Ward. 155 Mahoning township. 58 total. 679 Patrick Kerns. D first Ward. 287 second Ward. 149 third Ward. 282 fourth Ward. 211 Mahoning township. 65 total. .944 for j17doe of election. Dallas Hummer. A. Thomas Lee. A. For inspector of election. John Sherwood a. Matthew Ryan. A. For assessor. A a a in Jen kills. George Rodenhofer. A. For k. 1 Leury , Jesse m Hostetter. A. 191 168 209 146 244 119 174 169 a children will dance. Miss Neta Moyer will give a childrens dancing carnival in the armory thursday evening March 8th. Miss Moyer is instructing her pupils in Many interesting fancy dances and the Little ones Are looking Forward to this affair with much glee. Will leave Danville w. S. Craig formerly Roll designer at the North Branch Mills has accepted a similar position with the Lake Superior company of Sault Ste Marie. Or. Craig will leave Danville on March 1st. Will play in Williamsport. The Danville reserves have cancelled the game in Wilk Sharre for Friday evening and will play the Williamsport Basket Ball team in the latter c to on that evening. Spring sales. The Spring sales in the Rural districts will now be on in go a of Earnest there being several to he hell a Laily within a radius of Twenty Miles from this City. Report says that the venues so far Are More largely attended than Ever. It seems that the weather cannot he too cold wet or Stormy even All the elements combined to a leter some people from going to these gatherings. One of the principle attractions at a country Sale is the big dinners that Are serve. Scores of people go to salts simply to Glt to an Opportunity of sitting Down to a Good meal. 19irough. Auditor. David r. Williams r. First Ward. Second Ward. 14 third Ward. 1�2 fourth Ward. 16 to total. 727 Claude o. Guest. 1> first Ward. Second Ward. A i third Ward. Fourth Ward. 15 total. 712 first Ward. For Council. Amos Vastiner. A we. W Davis 1 year. R .255 William Linker i .267 we. L. Deutsch. 1 year. A. 141 for school director. E. A. In Rev. R232 John g. Waited. 198 for Judco e of election. W. G. Kramer. R a 26s Samuel Motte. A 154 for inspector of election. William j. Williams r .237 Arthur Gearhart. Ii to j for assessor. Joseph l. Frame. A. 883 for Justice of Tiff. Peace. We. V. Oglesby. R 285 Joseph Hunter a. 147 second Ward. For Council. Reuben Boyer r97 m. D. L. Weehler. A. 178 for school director. J. H. Montague a. 161 Peter j. Keefer. I>.170 for judge of election. Harry a. Schick. A. 135 Frank re it we. A. 180 for inspector of election Charles m. Johnston. A. 148 Charles Hershey. D do for assessor. Harry e Seidel a. A a a a 176 e. H. Sainsbury i it. 95 for Justik of the peace. J h. Woodside a. 168 third Ward. For Council. J. L. Evans. R191 James f. Dougherty. D .210 for school director. Jesse b. Cleaver. A. 151 Daniel Byerly d265 for judge of election. William m Boom i r182 g. Leslie Mcclain. I235 for inspector of election Curtis Cook. R.208 William Robi Naly. D269 for assessor. Harry Kerns. A. 237 w. Fred Jacobs i192 fourth Ward for Council. Joseph Gibson. R. 208 Edward s. Scott a. 158 for school director. John j. Stewart. R 147 William h. Orth. A. 266 Mahoning township. For school director. Martin Bloom. R60 Jesse Gulliver. A. 87 we. E. Deihl. A. 80 Joseph Ritter. D73 for auditor. Edwin g. Wertman. A. 57 we. C. Heller. A. 96 for assessor. S. W. I Hubert r105 Lloyd Kim. A. 52 for supervisor. William Hartzel r5s Nathan Feii Steinacher. A. P it Etc r do John Hartline. Is for inspector of election. Hurley Baylor. A. 75 Edward Rudy. 17 for judge of election William Wert men. R85 William sunday a. 7o Gearhart twp., North a county. For school director. Lafayette Weehler. A. 44 Samuel Goliek. R46 Peter j. Burger. D7 i. It. Yeager d75 for auditor. Or. X m. Smith. A. 41 j. A. . A. 77 for Justick of tiie pack. E. W. Young. K45 c. G. Haug Bamont. A. 74 for supervisor. James r. Shafer. R56 c. W. Gearhart. D74 j. X. Burd. A. 75 for assessor. Heber l. I Witt hid. 56 j. F. Crowley a. 69 overseer if the pc or. Harrison Kase. Re. F. Landau. I1 for judge of election w r Clark. R4 gamete l can pull. A. A for inspector of election. S. D. Wiand. R i m. L. Hummer. Riverside Boro Cui. For a a Ifni la. John spotty or. Re John Conway. Jacob Yeager. Peter Startz a. Ifor so Viool Dik tor John Snyder. Rjohn Keim. Z. T. Arms i Eli Hoover. D for Justice. A of the be m l w unlock r Jim. L. Shannon. R16 my in is in arts address of Rev. J. F fit a a r delivered before american mechanics. Job printing Ami no an Wear a Large a a to a the office of the furnished w Ith a of Job letter and fancy tyj., met jut material generally the i Hei announce to the Public to he in prepared at All times to a Enn. R the neatest Mamur Job printing of All kinds and i of a be our prices before Plarr your orders. Harvest Rev. J. F. I lower preached a Seimon i no. 167, american City. I addition to it Ltd Dav morning a Montour Council Mechanuk of Thi the Regii Lur attend a number of Oid and Well know Kei. Dent quietly away. Ants there wan a Good representation of american mechanics present the it ii course which naturally dwelt upon the relations Between the employer Ami the employed was founded upon col. 4 1 a masters give into your servants that which is just Ami equal knowing that be als a serve a master in heaven the speaker admitted the existence of social distinct ions not accidental phases a of society hut growing out a if the c institution of tiling diversity in the do Permente taste and capacity -. The different circumstance of men be Aid give Rise to masters and servant. Masters sometime treat servants a unequally a by demanding inconvenient service an unreasonable amount of work or by w withholding wages. Lie then dwelt upon the a Luty of servants to their the passage a servants obey your masters not with Eye service but in singleness of heart fearing god. Servants should work the same whether the master i present or not. He advocate organization among working men. He cited the instance of David an 1 Jonathan to illustrate the advantage of a Union be tween men of different distinction. In carrying out the idea he suggest that instead of an organization among servants Only it might be Well to have a Union a f masters Ami servants. A Union among men he said is Good but a Union with god is better. A Union with Hun would instantly Settle All the vexed question be tween labor and capital of a r a Union o men with god Means a Union of men with men. R. Foulk a go. Have another runaway. R. Foulk a company had another expensive runaway saturday night the same horse wrecking a delivery Wagon which the week before smashed a sled. It was about six of clock when pedestrians in the Vicinity a it of Center and Mill streets heard the rapid Clatter of horses hoofs coming Down East Centre Street there a barely time to Clear the Cro ing when the her a attached to the delivery Wagon came a Hing around the Corner. In making the turn under the momentum he was thrown Over town re i the Peoples store his feet at the same time slipping on the icy Street he fell Fiat 011 his six be while the Wagon brought up against the posts at the curb to Ine. Several men seized the horse Ami a hitched him. Beyond a few brew about the limb the Suimai a i of injured by his hard fall. The Wagon was not so fortunate. The right Hind wheel was sea hed and the top badly broken. The Wagon contained about $25 Worth of go ods All of which were ruined to lib re not thrown out being broken and Ren derail limit for be in the shaking up they received. Or. Foulk states that the tor a is n it a vicious one and attributes the run away to neglect in not tying him the Hor a in making i rounds he says be cd a Mes impatient Ami for his stable it it la gets not amount to a runaway unless he become frightened at Aomen Hing when having no Driver to Check him a smash up is Likely to a ensue John s. Motte passes away Johns Motte a Well of this City died at the Home of h parents or. And i. Imer Motte East Danville at 5 o clock monday ave after a lingering lines of a a in Fri in n. Be i it Tom 1 who i a we log hating preceded him to the grave t a ars age it is survived by three children Albert i Rcv Ami Innel. Perry is at the orphan s Home of tin reformed Church at Womelsdorf. The other two children reside their grand parents or. Ulm or. a i p to nos it year ago the a. Red a a in met i of the Pon a for t a ii Bury where As Well As in tins it it a has Many Friend Olio will he Grieve i t hear of his death lie a a member id Emma Porter i i this City died at morning after a lim years. The inner a Lay at 4 p. 1� fro Den re. By it oui to it private. Or. Grier wat i the Inte Linn jams Easton president j ton count v. I \ r my in a a Friday us was held month family rest interment a y ingest child Madix on Porter of t judge of Northa Nap a a Creary of War on Ler president Tyler a a womb of Strong it b Arar ter remarkable men Tal i or. Interested in All current All or a woman of Abene nature uhor happiness truly consisted in making other Happy. All who came in Contact with her were Impre red with her unwavering religious Faith. It was this which enabled her to hear bar Long with fortitude Ami fearlessly to enter the c do Shadow of death. Or Grid r had live Sisters Ami two brother All of Ali to she survived he was married in mi5. Passing the sub tile Broth re cd of railway and of the knights a a dab to sequent year of her life in this City. In addition to her he band she i survived by Ore daughter or. R. Polk of this City. Death of car Coblin. Captain Oscar Epli Lin. Orner East y front and i Edar Trees. Whose illness half Evn a ded in the a column died Friday afternoon about 3 of clock. The can a of death was in Uma ism which it seem went in the heart. The end a unexpected and fell As a terrible Shock no a Only upon the family of the a ceased hut upon the whole Community. Captain Phlin was one of the Best known men of oar town lie a a go citizen a Man of a omd judgment whose mind was stored with a fond of Praeti-�?��?�1 informal on. Lie a railed to fit several re Pon Ible pm is Ilion among them Leing chief of police. Street com a in comr and toward of the aim a Hurt of the Danville Ami shoring pair lha Triet. He commanded the Columbia guards when they tamed ont in defense of the i Noti and it a under his command that the rom puny won its Tine record. It was his connection with the la Columbi i guard which gave him the title of a Captain which he a Ever since retained. 1 attain Ephlin was years it of age. Lie is survived by a wife and five Ceil Dren As Folvi or j in e Hull of Wilkes Barre. Mrs. E. \. Reed of Kan say to mrs. Ii j. Midday ugh of Corn Init. By or k Knpp. Of it it a or Phi a a Eph w Kansas City death of Trank Lew. I rank la i. A Well known citizen of Riverside and a Veteran of the civil War died sunday afternoon about i o clock. The do Cea de was frisk a a with Parale is about two a Arsac. Passing ii to a rapid decline Wielt carried with it mental failure. On Friday last he no trained a a eco a stroke i entire left Side lie we Onahlee Swallow or to Lake nourishment an i death was the Only Relief the det a a cd had a x my my tiry record. Lie was Irum major of comp by i 57 Lynn rive a \ Oil Leer during the civil War and As ugh won the title of by which he a a i tin Goishi a during the rest of or life lie was in service of our year serving m Llie Ilia �?o1st, in huh 4th and 7th Reg intents i or a number of rears he wan the proprietor of a Geen he no Emi truck i a in at River i be. The products of which nearly no Phi the demand of Oor local Market. In Liis a Lay be a a Well in formed Man. Of kind and of dining disposition Ami had Many friends. A wife and even children hitter being As follows mrs. John of real. Or it nil i i you of this a Tiv mis Emma Beewi. Of Chulasky. A son. I to who i in the regular army Ami a. Two laugh Wiiiiam and Parent lace from to. The i Lei wed 1. Cot and i p Imd of gallon attend c v Gearhart. D Ltd h it i it for assessor. R. B Bird r c. V Gearhart. D for auditor. Clinton major. Rjohn Wil Sinith. I of Kkt Sukk ill nil to j. K Mccloughan 2 year it s i interline. 1 year. It Dennis Murphy. 1 year. A. Continued Ltd a Page four. Will attend the in neral. Sunbury Lodge no. 43. Brother Railroad trainmen and a Del of the Knight of Malta will the funeral of John s m item in Thi City today. The Lodge men will arrive on the 16 17 p. R. R Trun tin morning. Death of mrs. Herr. Mrs Mary Herr died Fnu let it m 11 my at five of clock at her Home Hemlock Street after a two weeks him a grip mrs Lerr was 85 year of age and in or vivid by two of a and two daughter mis George Rovelt. Neil and Calvin Lerr of this City and or. Margaret Connor of three River. Michigan Valentine Fotij Jet read. Valentine n ought of Ely Shiing who was Well known in this City died unit a Lay last aged. Year tin funeral took place sunday morning at a a a a. Leek Intel rent was male at \ ought Lior Sharp Ridge. U t it. \ ene Wev to id in 1 Quot be. Inte or Horn inn a Tiff. M in Echev. Died at the a laughter v t Vroome a fast i entre Street about piday eve at the advanced a re he a probable the n in in lord Mph she w a m attack of grip a few weeks or advanced age was unable and to a daughters Kne Ihler of this of u Itic p a a i Harg. At her a it t to s Henry iries in. Ii a i re 21 i Lei n Dee Hower Waths. The marriage of i Mav loner and William Waple Quot i Northumberland a solemnized at the Bride lion in that place at i o clock last evening. B Well known 111 Danville the Nev. Or w i. Stean of he City performed the ceremony. In libel v Ronald a 8miden Nivath chs met let it no. A Well know re i. Did very a Uddin v at in Home Enrel a treet furs a no no tag death it Loe to a stroke of apoplexy. The sed was years of age and was in lr-un.1. Ii resided in if Efi for Cut Vears. The funeral will place. Thursday Tny a ring. At 9 a a a f it it a s r c. A Hoff rent will he made in the Cath if titty. E deceased whose �1� men death n f a a k to the of adv and Friend Rived by a wife an-1 of a due c hit own pain k Mckenna or Lames Man. W Illiam m lha Nal i and i meth Abl All res Lent of this

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