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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - February 26, 1903, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome per a for tie Homo 1 lie circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american subscription $1 per year Job printing i he a a lice i the born Lur shed with a Large a it Timeo i Job letter and fancy Type and Jol o generally the publisher announces to the Public that he if or Epact i at Aii times to execute in. The neatest manner this country will never Lili entirely trek until ii supplies All of its own demands wit 11 its of \ a it \ 3< hinting Quot of a kinds and description 0 a Al y a. Am Quot a. I k. Irving u. Jen Kings dentist. Office i Nurs 3 a. A it. To i m 10i Mill St., i t. In. To a 1�?~. M Danville. I a c. A Hlll Irtz m. 1>. 425 Mim. St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach anti intestines a specially in. In. Axcle uptick dentist a its . Eel ii extracted without 1�?Tnln. Crown and work a specially Kyu Lapiad with lire intent and Mont improved instruments and prepared to execute the most dil Tieuli work. Or. C. H. Reynolds a dentist a office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in ail its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed established 1892. Condensed news. Hats off to the Goose Bone Prophet and the Romul log. They have made the scientific weather Sharps look like thirty cents. The outbreak of typhoid at Ithaca n. Y., is of a most widespread and startling character. The cause is evidently in the contamination of its water Supply and is another powerful argument in favor of legislation for the prevention of the pollution of streams. The Best physic. A once tried and you will always use chamberlains stomach and liver tablets a says William a. Girard Pease it. These tablets Are the most prompt most pleasant and most reliable cathartic in use. For Sale by Paules amp co. The Zero weather of last week did not phase Tho sparrows. They an just As pert and Chipper As though cherries were Ripe on the Trees and the a Golden summertime was Here. There is very Little contagion in this City at present. When you feel Blue and that every thing goes wrong take a dose of chamber tin s stomach and liver tablets. They will cleanse and invigorate your stomach regulate your bowels give Yon a relish for your food and make you feel that in this old world is a a Good place to live. For Sale by Paules amp co. Druggists. Druggist r. I. Mug ill is confined by illness to his Home West Market Street. Mrs. Emma Shoemaker of filling a position As trained nurse in this City. The scratch of a pin May cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poisoning results from the injury. All danger of this May be avoided however by promptly applying Chamberlain s pain Balm. It is an Antiseptic and Quick Healing liniment for cuts bruises and Burns. For Sale by Paules amp co. Druggists. William Pollock is seriously ill at his Home in Washingtonville. Many Are deep in slush. John w. Printer who has an attack of typhoid fever is still very ill at his Home on Spruce Street. Mrs. George treas of South Danville is lying critically ill of pneumonia. It Isu t always the shortest month that is the easiest on the Coal pile. One minute cough cure gives Relief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane Canning the cough and at tin same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts. One minute cough cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in All curable cases of coughs colds and croup. One minute cough cure is pleasant to take harmless Good alike for Young and old. Gosh amp co., Paules amp co. A Jolly company of people some sixty in number were entertained at the Home of s. F. Ricketts Pine Street Friday night. The event was known As a a photo social and was a decided Novelty. Refreshments were served. The occasion on Tho whole was very much enjoyed. An outbreak of smallpox at Nanti Coke following Tho outbreak a miners Mills and Mill Creek has caused the authorities of All the towns up and Down Tho Wyoming Valley to take All possible precautions to prevent such an epidemic As swept the Valley last year about this time. Tho cases have All been quarantined and Are carefully guarded. A weak Stonich causes a weak body and invites disease. Kodol Dysep Evisia cure cures and strengthens the stomach. And wards off and overcomes disease. B. Taylor a prominent merchant of Chriesman. Tex says a i could not eat because of a weak stomach. I lost All strength and run Down in weight. All that Money could do was d be. Hut All Hope of recovery vanished. Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Kodol i concluded to try it. The first benefited me and after taking four bottles i am fully restored to my snal strength weight and gosh amp co. Pan Les amp co. Vol. 48�?no 9. Danville. A. Thursday Teulil airy 20. 1902. Estar 11el in is a it it. Frauk Mart of near Wash Uptou Ville Friday morning escaped drown ing by the narrowest possible margin. His Rescue was effected with difficulty Atid at Groat Hazard. Altogether the event was on of the most thrilling that has take place in that Vicinity in Nuino years. Most persons Are familiar with the extrusive Limestone quarries lying on the right hand Side of the Road leading from Washingtonville to Strawberry Ridge. They Are not being worked to any extent and they lie there deep excavations which during the fall fill up with water which As Winter advances freeze Over affording a Choice Supply of fresh water Ico. It was while harvesting ice in the Quarry that or. Martz Mot with his narrow escape. With a two horse sled lie had just driven upon the Pond which is nine feet deep. Standing in front of his horses he was trying to Back them into a proper position for loading when the ice suddenly gave Way precipitating Driver and horses into Tho Pond. Or. Martz who had hold of the horse s bit in sinking dropped under Tho animals feet and thus was carried to the Bottom of Trio Pond. Driver and horses were entirely out of sight hut a mom it or so later they Rose to Tho surface. The Many a head Ilone was visible lie was close up to the struggling horses and Tho next moment was struck by the frantic mime is in their efforts to escape and was borne Down again under tin water. Joseph Halk Russell instead Charles Beaver John Smith and George Gresh were also engage d in hauling ice and were near the Quarry when or. Martz broke through in a few moments they were on the scene of the Icci deut and did what they could to Rescue the Man and horses. They were Defeated however in Effort after Effort by Tho treacherous condition of the ice and the straggling team which rising in the wat a imperilled any one who ventured near them. Or. Martz chilled and benumbed yet made a Desposato fight for life. Rising Tho second time to managed to keep his head and shoulders above water when his rescuers at the peril of their lives ventured out to Tho Edge of the ice and succeeded in grasping him. It was nearly fifteen Mif utes after the Accident occurred that the half drowned Man was dragged ashore. He was then in a state of Semi conscious lies As a result of tie Shock and be numbing effect of the Long exposure to the ice cold water. The two horses were finally gotten out of the Pond hut not until they had torn their harness nearly into shreds and had detached themselves from the sled. One of the animals was slightly injured and both like their Driver were much the worse for their ice cold Bath. Or. Martz is a married Man about 30 years of age who resides on the Robinson farm not a the Quarry. By noon saturday he had nearly recovered from All ill effects although the memory of his narrow escape will remain with him for years to come. Tho kelp Mill of the Reading Iron works which has been Idle since be font Tho holidays according to the plans of the company will Start up on monday. This is indeed very Good news. The kelp or Twenty Inch Mill employs about eighty men. Many of Tho positions carry with them very big pay while the earnings of the men in this Mill on the whole exceed considerably those of any other department of the big works. Superintendent Thomas stated that Tho Outlook As it relates to the kelp Mill is promising enough although the orders on hand at present Are not Largo. That Tho situation just if a starting the Mill is taken in itself in encouraging the future it is thought can be relied upon to take care of itself and 110 one seems to fear hut that the Mill will to Able to make Good time. Superintendent Thomas states that the business Outlook in general is very Bright and lie anticipates a very brisk season ahead. The Reading Iron works with the kelp Mill in operation will employ Between seven and eight Hundred men nearly seven Hundred being on the payroll at the present. That Tho Reading Iron works is a big Factor in the town s Prosperity thus become very apparent. No quorum of Council there was no quorum at Council Friday eve. There were but six members present Vas Fine Montgomery a Sauk Dougherty Patton and Lloyd. Burgess Pursell was also on baud. A quorum was especially desirable that night As it would have been tie last regular meeting Ollio present Council. A special meeting will to held 011 Tho night of monday March 2ud,when the old Council will adjourn sine die and the new Council will be organized. Ralph Phillips of Pottsville former stenographer at the Reading Iron works was a guest Over sunday a the Home of w. H. Manger West Mahoning Street. Or and mrs. Ernest c. Rogers of Sunbury spent sunday with relatives in this City. Miss Della Swayze spent sunday with friends in Catawissa. M. Higgins of Passaic n. J., formerly agent of the United states express company Here spent sunday with friends in Danville. Miss Gertrudo Phillips of Berwick spent sunday with relatives City. Miss Alma Campbell is visiting relatives in Catawissa. Thomas Mccaffrey spent sunday Nanticoke. Miss Mintie Eckert and miss Alice Gasner of Reading Are visiting at the borne of or. And mrs. B. Mccoy West Market Street. Miss Mary Kmicinski is visiting relatives in it. Carmel. E. Conoy of Sunbury spent Suu Day in this City. Councilman a. L. Brandt who is employed in Milton spent sunday in this City. Miss Mary Murray East Market Street spent yesterday with relatives in Sunbury. Peter Kelly left yesterday on a Busi Ness trip to York. Mrs. George Rowe East front Street spent yesterday with friends in Sunbury. Mrs. Frank Trumbower has returned to Wilkes Barre after a Short visit with or. And mrs. Samuel Trumbower East Market Street. Mrs. H. Cuthbert and mrs. E. Out i ti10 members who will retire Are Bert Riverside were guests of Sun first Ward George Sechler second Ward Albert Kempner third Ward John Patton fourth Ward a. L. Brandt. They will be succeeded As follows first Ward George Reifsnyder second Ward Grant Fenstermacher third Ward j. Ii. Goeser fourth Ward David Gibson. The following Bills on baud Friday night were ordered paid by the finance a committee of Council. Water department Bury friends yesterday afternoon. Ross Keefer spent yest Day with a remarkable Case. Or. P. C. Newbaker has a remarkable Case under treatment in which tin patient Lias swallowed no nourishment for a period of thirty five Days and bids fair to survive for an indefinite time longer. The cast is that of miss Ella Bennett Vine Street who is afflicted with multiple neuritis a Peculiar condition in which there is progressive paralysis and which in the present Case renders the patient unable to Swallow. Miss Bennett who is forty one years of age i a Oen something of an invalid a or life. During a previous attack it a was unable to Swallow for a period of seventeen Days but survived. The Case at present is remarkable As revealing How Long a person can live without eating. Miss Bennett has been ill fur about eight months and Hopes of her recovery have been abandoned. Sickness is decreasing. Public health in this City has improved considerably during the last two or three weeks. There Are still a few cases of pneumonia and typhoid fever it the most of these Are convalescent while Grippe which a month ago seem d to claim a victim in nearly every household Lias abated wonderfully. There i not a Case of infectious disease in Danville. The improved conditions Are no doubt to some extent due to the colder and More healthful weather which came along about the Middle of the month. It is impossible to foresee what is in Dor of. Us Between the present and april 1st, hut it is hoped that to will have very Little of the Dis a a Breeding weather that marked the latter part of january. Our physicians who a Short time ago were Busy night and Day Are now enjoying a breathing spell. Entertained. Or. And mrs. William Gething entertained at their Home Grovania Friday evening. The following were the guests or. And mrs. William Lazarus sr., and son Raymond or. And mrs. William Lazarus jr., George a Sluice and four sons and daughter Norman Walter Charles Low and three sons and mrs. Rosa Hawk of Jorsey town. A very enjoyable time was spent with music and games. A menu was a red during the evening regular employees. $137.00 extra labor. 39.95 Rensselaer mfg. Co. 91.80 morning news. 12.00 we. Murphy a sous. 13.00 e. Keeler company. 7.75 Danville intelligencer. 25.00 Harry b. Patton. 20.00 Borough department regular employees. $82.50 labor and hauling. 20.44 William Sechler. 1.00 morning news. 25.00 Danville stove amp mfg. Co. .14 United Tele. Amp Telegraph co. 14.85 Paul Swentek s Accident. Paul Swentek landlord of St. Elmo hotel saturday night had the misfortune to fall and break one of the Bones of his left leg. Or. Swentek had just closed his hotel and was entering his residence when the Accident occurred. The Stone step at his front door was covered with a thin coat of ice resulting from water freezing which had dripped Down from the eaves. As he stepped upon the Stone he slipped and fell his left leg receiving the weight of his body in such a manner As to cause a fracture about three inches above the ankle. Or. Swentek was unable to Rise to his feet. He called for help and his Nephew Joseph was just leaving Tho hotel rushed to his assistance. To was carried up stairs and or. S. Thompson the family physician summoned. An examination showed that the of Acturo was not sos rious As it might have been the smaller of the two Bones of the leg alone being broken. It will probably bes me six weeks before or. Swentek will fully recover but at the end of a week or ten Days or. Thompson thinks to May to Able to encase the broken Bono in plaster of Paris so that Tho Man can move around and attend to his business. Eugene Moyer s condition. Eugene Moyer who was injured by being thrown out of a Wagon in a runaway about two months ago improves very slowly although his Many friends Are not without Hope that to will fully recover in time. It is indeed a trying ordeal and it is remarkable How the entire Community shows its sympathy for the unfortunate Man. There is scarcely an hour 01 the Day that some one does not Call in or that inquiries Are not made at the door concerning his condition. More than this Day after Day nearly Ever since the Accident Rich feasts and delicacies of All sorts have been brought in until the entire family feel themselves indebted beyond measure and hardly know How to express their gratitude. Kindness however never goes unrewarded and these acts sink very deep into the hearts of tiny afflicted Man and his family who Are made to feel that hard As is their lot there Are others around them willing and anxious to help them hear their Burden. Friends in Bloomsburg. E. G. Kline returned to Bloomsburg yesterday after a Short visit with friends in this City. Mrs. Clara Brandon East Market Street left yesterday on the 12 15 train for a visit with relatives in Philadel Plizia. Miss Rose Dugan Mill Street left yesterday tor a visit with her parents at it. Carmel. E. Moore left yesterday on a business trip to West Virginia. D. H. Burt formerly manager of the grand Union Tea store Here was in this City yesterday Between trains. Or. Burt who is engaged in Tho Sale of laundry machinery is living in Philadelphia at present. D. L. Mauger travelling passenger agent for the p. Amp r. Transacted Busi Ness in this City yesterday. Nelson Woods transacted business in Catawissa yesterday afternoon. Miss Sarah Heimmiller returned to Bloomsburg yesterday after a pleasant visit with friends on East Market Street. Bradley Mclain left yesterday for a visit with friends in Catawissa. D. C. Hunt transact d business in Mifflinburg yesterday acc noon. Mrs. Leroy the unas Pine Street left yesterday fora Short visit with friends in Bloomsburg. Miss Alice Murray of pottsgrove was the guest of Danville friends yesterday. Tolm Troub and Sou of Bloo Insburg spent yesterday with relatives in this City. I. F. Gouger and wife of Limestone township called on friends in this City yesterday. Miss Hattie Adams miss Elizabeth Hullihen and miss Grace Ricketts last evening returned Home from a visit to Shamokin. Mrs. Fred Purpur of Boyd s station n turned Home last evening after a visit with mrs. Louisa Nice of South Danville. Miss Sipiniu Toti returned Home last evening from a visit in Sunbury whore she attended a birthday party Given in Honor of the twin children of or. And mrs. Charles a. Sidler. Mrs. Daniel Kirn Vine Street last evening returned Home from a visit with her daughter mrs. Edward Ger Inger at Sunbury. Miss Lottie Gabel returned to Sunbury last evening after a visit with miss Nellie Cuthbert Riverside. The quarterly meeting of Pomona Grange no. 31, which was held in g. A. R. Hall this City yesterday brought a Large number of our agricultural friends into town. The Grange is an Organ Zaron which places woman on an Equality with Man. She is initiated into the full mysteries of the order is permitted to hold office and May even become master of Tho Grange. Among those attending therefore in addition to the Heads of families were the wives and daughters of Many. The meeting which lasted All Day was purely a business one the sessions being held behind closed doors. Among in this j t,0 proceedings which the Public is permitted to know was tin adoption of a Resolution asking tin Active support of our representative and senator in securing the passage of the Hill now pending appropriating $284,099 to the Pennsylvania state College for an agricultural building and equipment and for the support of dip Artmous of agriculture and forestry. A Resolution was also adopted opposing the passing of the Brownlow National Road Bill. The objection to this 1111 asure was based principally on the number of offices it created which Tho members thought was opening the Way for Mauv abuses. Addresses were delivered by h. H. Brown of Light Street Columbia county and w. Bloomsburg both workers. Recitation were rendered with very pleasing effect by miss Lett a Morrell of Mausdale an miss Stella Mcwilliams of Moo Rosburg. Pomona Grange no. 31 takes in the two counties of Montour and Northumberland and those attending therefore represented rather a wide area. Among those present the following were William Curry and j. A. Merrell of Mausdale a. O. M use a Davi t ii in Bach and j. P. Weaver of Cooper township Calvin w. Derr Mirk b a Field and Charles Wagner of California Alfred h. Litchard of Anthony township m. S. Bond of Chul Askey a. L. Voris Aud j. B. Murray of pottsgrove. The next quarterly meeting will be held on the last wednesday in May with Eldora Grange of the farm of a. H. Litchard Anthony township. Snout Siiss Ilin ��1 Iju ii i 1 sl1 l t ii Lille Stone j Ollil Sermon inst Ian j anti to pc i business c i wit i two the i it i Natai d with t try w 1 Suauu Yeii utile Stom his faculty bids fair 1 Days. Or. La ii scent in u very h adding a born ale n col Utthi. 18 id. He Chur it an ing. Iii b j. Bei Dolmen of Promise it Grange a bad runaway prevented. John Halderman of this City while driving a two horse sled monday morning by his Superior horsemanship prevented two had runaways. He was driving out East Mahoning Street toward Mill Street when one of the Singh Trees became detached and striking the horse on the Hind legs caused him to run. Both horses were Frisky and they were soon beyond the Driver s control dashing along at a mad Gallop. At the opera House Corner they turned Down Mill Street. At this Point a thrilling spectacle was witnessed. A woman was on the crossing who did not see the team until it was upon her. Escape seemed impossible but the Driver who still Hung on the lines managed to turn Tho team a Little to a a in Side it was by barely a hands breadth that the sled missed the woman. At the canal Bridge the Driver took a fearful risk. The horses were on a dead run but lie turned them to the right Down the Steep Hill leading to Hunter s livery stable. Every one expected to see the sled overturned but it remained upon its runners. Approaching the livery stable the plucky Driver turned the horses to the right guiding them squarely up against the building so that they were obliged to Stop. The single tree which caused the a trouble was replaced and the team with the Samo Driver started out again. Us Mill Street near the Scab s the single tree came Loose again and the horses ran away the second time. North Mill Street was full of sleighs and wagons some coming some going \ and Many tied along the . Or. Halderman won a great Deal of admiration As lie held 011 to his Post guiding the frantic runaways a by St he his Way in and out among the numerous vehicles. Time Aud again it seemed that Colli on could not to avoided hut the Driver managed to steer Clear. At the steam grist Mill lie stopped the team by the same tactics that he employed at the livery stable by running Tho horses up against tin Wall of the building. Or. La Abaci 1837 when 21 y years he cd Rke this Tim dream 1 of an More than a Lanka i div tire of Duvilio it Mill Street b Bloom Street worm four either Silt i a Cul pasture Laud lation that or the easy Pill. Dewitt a Little Early risers do not Gripe nor weaken the system. They cure bilious Ness jaundice constipation and inactive livers by arousing the secretions moving the Oweis gently yet effectually and i ing such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach liver and bowels that the cause of the trouble is removed entirely. These famous Little pills exert a decided tonic effect upon the organs involved and if their use is continued for a few Days there will be no return of the trouble. Gosh amp co. Paules a co. At the Mary Packer Hospital. James Edgeworth sr., a t admitted to the Mary Packer Hospital Sunbury yesterday. Or. Edgeworth Scase i a most Peculiar one. About two months ago lie fell and injured ii is left hip. A the hone was not broken nor was there any dislocation and yet he was unable to walk. It is thought that the treatment at the Hospital will be of 1 great Benefit to him. His son Janies Edgeworth or. Quot Ami Eugene Doran accompanied him. County commissioner George cig Liow who has been \ try seriously ill of pneumonia is recon ring slowly. He was Able to sit up Ste Day. Will remove West. John Lobacki of West Hemlock township Lias advertised his farm of 50 acres for Sale along with All his live Stock farming implements and Imus Liol i goods. Or. Lobacki intends to remove to Iowa. He will be accompanied by William Brittain and a Bert Wel liver Young no n of West Hemlock. Dewitt s Witch Hazel Salve the Only positive cure for bleeding itching and protruding piles,, bruises eczema and All abrasions of the skin. Dewitt a is the Only Witch Hazel Salve that is made from the pure unadulterated Witch Hazel All other Are counterfeits. Dewitt s Witch Hazel Salv Smado to cure counterfeits Are made to sell gosh amp co., panics in co. February court which went into session in this City monday will go on record As one of Tho shortest terms Ever held in this county. Upon convening it was discovered that there was Only a Small amount of business pending and practically 1 0 cases �1 Ina Diug trial. It a to a therefore decided to dispense with the traverse jurors and the sheriff was instructed to proceed at once to notify them that their services would not be Merld at this Tern. Court convened at 10 of clock with r. R. Litty president judge and a so dates or. 3 y. Thompson an i Frank g. Blee on the Bench. Judge j Edwards of Lackawanna county was expected to preside. To arrived on the 9 90 1. L. Amp w. Train and was present vhf n court conveyed. Judge a ittle list week was holding court in Luzerne county Aud to did not know whether he would got through there in time to of n court Here monday. He accordingly in ranged with judg Edwards to preside at court hero daring his absence. A slight misunderstanding it seems was responsible for both jurists appearing 01 Tho s me monday morning. Judge Edwards returned to Scranton on the 19 train. Philip Boyer was appointed tip staff to wait Outh grand jury and David Steffin and Andrew Billi Neyer tip staffs to wait upon the court. Tho constables of the various districts made their returns. No violations of Law wore reported. Under the Rule in Force at present the traverse jury does not appear until the second Day of court. The grand jury was of hand. John Mcmahon was sworn in As Foreman. It was then discovered that there was Only one civil Case open for trial. The Case of Commonwealth is. Jesse Cashner and of Commonwealth is. Elmer and William Roan charged with breaking into the or can by at Washington vile should a True Hill found will have to be tried at a court of Oyer and ter Miner and consequently can not be disposed of at tin i Cut term of Quarter sessions. Of the other cases on the criminal list there Are none ready for trial. Under the Circum sauces it was not thought Worth while to incur Tho expense of bringing the traverse jurors into town Aud the Case which might have b on tried was continued. The court found upon consulting with Tho sheriff that nearly All the traverse jurors reside in or about the con nov seat and could he readied with Little inconvenience. The sheriff therefore was instructed to proceed without a bit of delay to notify the traverse jurors that they would not to wanted at this term. Among other business transacted judge Little signed a decree in divorce releasing Jasper b. Pc Rev and Elizabeth Perry from the Bonds of Matrimony. A subpoena in divorce was granted in Tho Case of Clara s. Brown and augustas m. Brown. It was adjudged that the Cost of building a new Bridge Over the North Branch of in Anthony t no ship would be too heavy tor the township to Bear. It was therefore ordered that the said Bridge and proceedings be entered of record As a county Bridge. The report of the viewers for a new Road in Mahoning township beginning at Charity Gillaspy a barn Aud ending at Jacob Beckers House was confirmed absolutely. The report of the viewers laying out a Public Road in Liberty township and Aiso vacating a portion of a Public a Road in same township was confirmed Nisi Width of Road fixed at 33 Aud one third feet. The report of the viewers against vacating tie old font Road in Cooper and Mayberry townships was continued Nisi. In the Case of Commonwealth is. W. L. Gouger. District attorney Kisner moved that the court proceed to sentence the prosecutor and the defendant thereupon the court sentenced David Nuckol prosecutor and William l gouger defendant to each pay one half of tin Tours of prosecution according to tie verdict of the jury. I11 Tho matter of the motion in arrest of judg it Market input As to David Racket. Judge Little expressed himself As follows a we invariably instruct the traverse jurors and i suppose that we did it in this Case that it would he a hardship to the prosecutor where lie brought the prosecution in Good Faith and failed to maintain the Proso ent Ion to place the costs upon him hut facts indicate that the prosecution was not instituted from purely disinterested motives the jury can make disposition of the costs. We do not feel like interfering with Tho verdict in this Case in any respect. There was a Short session of court tuesday Forenoon which was merely Long enough to receive the report of the grand jury and to take its verdict in the two common wealth cases. Rather Moro than Ordinary interest attached to the latter which wore the Only cases submitted namely Commonwealth is. Jesse Cashner and Commonwealth is. Elmer and William Roan. The defendants were charged with breaking into Tho Creamery of Cooper amp Savage at Washingtonville on sunday morning Trio 8th., inst. Cashner 1 1 Ferd i ins w a i identified Villa during it eel Ebrat. I incr that of i ? Coo 11 a a lest t lit Quot if to hts a it full life Venth a of Al keenly and Many additional in d the Only t in in a Giuy re and to a r or get lie Cut Tai icing wifi cuts of his life. R Lour Mil s Zubov county of feb a a 1 youngest the Only 0 1 i record you the he was Benton 22, of eleven survive 1 ill the. In Penn it reads son Christ then Fol dark hot land of i d famil Bible by his fat in Aud is quaintly written Sylvania germ in. Translated a february 22, 1813. Is Ian was born at midday lows Tho sign of the Zodiac at that time reigning which in Tho minds of the people of that Day controlled to some extent the destinies a if m n. Tho old Bible containing the family record which is printed in g Raan and bears the Date of 179�, is one of or. Laubach s most highly prize heirlooms. To family record shows Tho Laah Aoh family generally to be a Long lived Ono Christian s brother. And is r is Fly Reache 1 a remarkable this brother g Orgo lived to to 98 years old .-i.-rer, Susau Moore was 95 anole i to a Polly Lawler was 91 Kal Davis died a 82 Hannah Conner was s5 two other Sisters b Tsy Solo a 11 r a Ikel a died comparatively Early a. Cd respective id 59 years. The Samo May be said of two Broth is John and Fred Rick Ali 1 id an in a it i. Reap Tivel on and 07 v nr.-. Came to Danville in a a of age. For eight 1 for pot a Babiy. At of works were never 1 Danville was Little country Village. Or. 1 very interesting pict at that Early Day when a tween the canal and u it was a be extend it to i rear in a Hiiop a a Mug of tin Hoard and gowns. Opinion that on motion of or. Harp a it Cid a i that Ali school Hoard i matters referred to out Oft a the a class. Of motion of or. Or i Cid d that an in Vitalio to r. V. G org e. Lim tin i it acc Lavirt a to Sermo a formed Church on tin May 31st. On motion of or. Kef it also decided against Cap it twas the consensus cd tie girls look much prettier in White graduating dresses and the boy much mor natural in their custom iry at tiie. Or. Livelier one of the Del Gate present d a report of ill. Proce dings of the stat. Directors convention held february 12th Aud 13th. He considers the trip Worth All it co it. A Norm ated the different speakers who held Forth and gave the substance of Many of tie1 us he re a it All of a Hhd a were in f. Neely practical and Prog Dvo in tone. What gratified or. Fischer especially was tin fact that while Many of the addresses wer unsparing in t i. In criticism of a a a Ltd it land Bool applied be in was lined i valid lot of All to i Kul i. A id Puelan id he Carno to Daub lib knows but 1 w o 1 bid living Miclia 1 Walli ton Barr. Or. Lauh acl Stark 1 himself in 1845. In is Block which c Mains and the stun in did Basino on. Or tracts of adult pop found when far As lie himself Are j l washing hoards none of their strictures to Dauville which he found 1 tin front ranks As relates to the it to Ploven it of Good a teaching Talent tie j a mint of salaries and the clan administration of school affairs. 8 imae Werkheiser was also a Delegate to the state teachers cd it not of Tion. Borough superintendent Gordy presented a report explaining to what extent lie Honl been in of Fitro d by Bis Ait no auce at the Ssu Rintz and Eutsy convention. He explained How tin Public school system h beginning to reach out Andes i Cialli on minded the Femme trial coarse which lie curriculum of a Good Many of tie High schools throughout of state a ready include. Of motion a vote Quot to thanks was ext need to the superintendent add debates for their attendance at the to it u business for conventions Ami the t to built the a presented his residence a the fail owing Bills room adjoin ing in which 1 for payment for fifty years. He Lias 1 John Hixson. Of approx rears in witnessed Many Chan career. The Tow 1 a grown from a country Villa. A it an important manufacturing town. The conditions of life and Trad ill undergone a change since in came to Danville. When ii a went into Besim a it whiskey was a commodity Hundy 1 by nearly All dealers. It sold for 28 0 its i 1 gallon wholesale Aud 19 cents per gallon retail. I a of the silk Mill Aud the Otho r a couple of Miles Down Tho River the ruins of which still exist. An interesting fact connected with the life of or. Luuba Cli i that lie is still shaving hims if with Tho same razor which lie us d we o he first began to shave. It has been in continuous us Over s Verity years. He purchased it at a store in Orangeville when a boy. The handle is a primitive looking hone affair hut the Blade which was originally very wide has been ground Down and looks modern enough. The razor is of the very Best material Aud will very a idly serve another Geue Iatrou. His Long p. \ Murray it amp i Seidel Rausch Jacob Mill. S. War Khaiser. W. E. Y using Jacob Fischer. 1.03 10.ft> 10 00 10.1 a Quot our land for most of the sunday s exercises sunday it 1 reference to want Hiu at the Mahoning ools in a fir ton s Firth presber. Rian of a vice land s Conan d entertained friends. A sled Load of Young folks from 1 Bloomsburg Spint a very pleasant evening at tie Homo of Percy Shultz treet monday evening i those present were Irma Heller Lois j welliver. In it i Lemons Bessie head Eis Hott Susan Martin Lulu Kunkel Ida Moore Grace Fox Lizzie Lutz. A Laura Watkins onily of Rrt Ducr j Albert Shutt Albert Mericle Clyde Hovver Raymond hut in a Frank j Girton Glin Allabach Howard Girton Aud Daj ton my i from this City mgt a it Maggie Ili Sou Grace Shultz Bertha jone.-. Maud 3mlt/, Maggie wag it Phell Harry Hix Bach. Joseph Smith to i Liei Ting j a Lay. Church the exercises were wholly a special nature a patriotic so j being adopted entitled. A your for attendance a 1 Nally Large. The program was made up of re Sive Reading spirited singing prayers. A feature of the Rvin a a a a i the primary exercise. A recitation entitled a what on r colors Means a rendered in a very pm Asing maim r by t Kilt i vial ohm m Dorothy welliver Aud Mary West. A your country and How it grew a was a map study conducted by Samuel Miller. It was very interesting and you eyed much information on tie various acquisitions of territory made during tie history of it or country. A presbyterian hone Mission and a How they grew was also an int�nst-1 ing topic w hich w a a a Nln Rcd upon by Tho superintendent of tie sunday school Howard Shultz. Tho offering which was do Ltd Ted to Honn missions amounted to $31. 9. Prav r was offered by Rev. N. F. Hurley Minni Ner an 1 Lena c son Joseph by Ira and Thoma shr. At Maho Piug Ted at the i bring to Cne hot of exercise d goldfish for the Young m lion has in it Pat Lor a Anu fish. Several months ago Iam kill a form r Villa now of naut Ickov association building with Friend and Ledng i a aquarium suggested that not enough in it. 1 would if saturday present of Bros. Whilt Ali Tho y. M. G. A. Us Christian Assoc a very Large la r of Gold mrs. Will it of Dan visited the 1 number of item in the there were d that she on sed. More were a id d. Lie made the association a six Fine fish through Lesiger ii were accepted with plea c011 tinned on fourth Page sure Ami thanks Stahl who officiated presbyterian Church Sodai the same service was adj Grove presbyterian Church the illness of the Auperin the primary department the relating to the Small scholars omitted the program was not a by adhered to. Prayer was offers Rev. S. Maxwell Morrison who 1 Tho pulpit at the Grove pres by f Church sunday. The occasion very interesting. Appeal Dis i in the matter of the Job or Dit Franklin township is. Bativil Mahoning Joor District an App an order of removal of Sarah judge Hart this to Ruig Rende following Deci amp iou a and now Duary 23. The order of removal firmed and Appeal dismissed costs of the Appellant and it i de that tie poor District of Danville and Mahoning pay the it Oor District of Franklin township appellants a a reasonable costs and changes As it i it bylaw entitled to Rumsport news. And Hal int Boise a the. Feb is con at the a order

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