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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - January 21, 1904, Danville, Pennsylvania9 .1. M. To 11 m Al m. To m i Mill St., it Huilui i 1 a ill i i i f., ii in. 4_r> my a St. , a. Diseases a of i he stomach mini i specially i k. W i. \ a dentist 11s my i s11 t in of Atli a or a a Tel without Phi ii. A own and he old go of k a i a a a w t i i ? it and i us a improved ii truuts iils and pre paran in pc Cut the most lit cult work. Horae paper for the Horae the circulation of this paper to in j creasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the an subscription $1 per year or Irving i Jennings he is / / of fact ilor Job printing Hiah american. A a this coi Tkv will nov us i entirely feel ln1 ii. I i All of its own demands with its own productions.1 vol. In no l Danville. L�a., 1isdav .1 an l Ajo y 2 Emu Esta 1jlisii Al in 185"� the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that is is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing of All k kinds and description Iii to it i Hesh Jit a petition signed by sixty citizens owners of properties which abut on Mill Street was present i to Council Friday asking that to lib to thorough Farsi to Jiva. D trom Tho m r Bridge to Center Street. Or r of Snyder Movitt that in com Dianco with tin petition Council order and direct Tho solicitor wit i Trio committee on Ordie Iancy of and police to formulate an ordinance and submit it to Trio t Council at its next regular moot ing for approval. Tho motion Vagt seconded by or. Swan1-, and it without a Dis ii tit voice. A v. Ii. C. A an rims id who have any doubt As to the value of systematic physical exercise for business men should talk to Souie of tie Twenty live 01 thirty Hast Ness and professional men who take regular exercise in the v. M u a. Gymnasium under the direction of or. Gar Peutor the competent physical director of the Danville association who gives his entire time to tin study of Best methods Lor scientific body building work having in View the thought of making men Strong and Zirri d j keeping them Well in order that work i May be a pleasure and worry an under. C. £1. Reynolds Den a 1st �88 Iii a a Danville la a. Dentistry in no i it. A Ranee. Charges Model huh i \ a work in in Ute a Stab bed 1 my 2. Motl Nushi news. War news ins. Interest License court on Friday Lent will in Gin february 17. Sleigh ing parties Are the rag the a a by Auri Ful show Quot a till lingers. St. Lou or a Quot Peers Are ecu de now. The Public a it 11 will soon he on in full blast. The Early la it l catch no Worms these morning let a i Tome us a we the ice i it d nut finished. There n i an&<1 it j Mil 1j pox. Fui in i Good business proposition tor eve it v n it a vaccinated and at once. Circus manage throughout the country have decided to abandon All Street Parade. The License fees Are too High. Pei Musyl ii i v ill Huff the Fin. To collection of Lidi f any s Ite at the or. Louis fair Kvein species known to the Fisenn n the state will be represented. A tin a r i a i Ture in a Hundson be Frame it my tin Pion a que spots of Thi a Chi oof Pennsylvania should Havi p 1 Ltd a in tin Huilda. Louis a a position. Humi Erlind had a cobweb party tin other Day. There is something suggestive about a cobweb party in 1� in year. It recalls the Fate of the Fly. The Shamokin Siik Mill is about to add one Hundred bands to Ltd its Force bringing the pay Roll up put three bundled and fifty names. The demand for i 1 k has resulted in placing new looms in or ratio. Planting fish i n to tit a profitable As the planting it f any other crop and every at roam in tin state Shoul i he Well stocked. Forget Salt and us a show. 1 i cleaning Snow and ice trom Sid walks. A tip to the ice i j the River go Olla quietly without attracting at Ntim and doing any damage. A Chat re has by i received from Andrew Carnegie fur one halt tin Cost of a Liew pipe Organ tor the presbyterian Chuich at Kag Lesieure which has just been completed. The merchants protective association of Berwick framed a formal request in tie Banks i t that town for new paper Money. This is for the prevention of contagion. Banks have already Dune this and a serving Crisp new greenbacks to their patrons. A new fashion in Winters would he popular with people in this part of the world. This is going to be a log year for holidays. Washington a birthday will lie a. Lehra fed on a lavs Ltd trios it who have a Safar i in half Holidis will hav Sunda it and he in Hgt there Are several oth a events that com in Bunches memorial Day and the fourth of july Al o Corse on a my Only and Christmas and new Yar come on sunday so that the two latter will la celebrated on monday a Story is told that a japanese is travelling through this Section studying methods of operating railroads and securing names and addresses of japanese to get thru to return to Japan in Case of War with Russia if is said that the Penns Lvii i Railroad will do away with the #10 Dot posit in mileage Hooks which ii created so much talk since the order went into effect this will he come news to tie Public especially travelling men who Are constantly on the move. It is pointed out that the marriage License office in t being overworked. As it is leap year it is no difficult matter to properly locate the responsibility. What a the trouble girl. Instead of pro seen Ting tin retailer the pure food department How a tendency to Enli a thu in Aid. This is As it should he. Tin retailer Hays and Sells Many food products in flu original package with the Best Faith imaginable. The state be Nguc of Republican clubs wiil a Euder a testimonial dinner to Ifni. Hois Penroe in he or l i re i Tura Hall. I Hilad -11 a a i i. On 11.� veiling of Mcki Tilv Hir Hliva Ian invitations have in in r a a a in a i by local be Puldon an or Lloyd asked to be enlightened on the status of affairs relating to the hum against tie Borough held by tin Pretli notary for entering up t claim signed by tin president of Council. Koran answer or. Lloyd w As Rote Rod to the opinion of the Borough solicitor which was ready and which on motion was read. It was us follows gentlemen of Council Borough of Danville gentlemen in compliance with your recent request we have carefully examined tin tax lieu Law of june 4, i Mil and for various Legal reasons which would serve no useful purpose to detail Here we Art clearly of the opinion that tin Borough of Danville i not legally liable for to payment of the Bill rendered by the pro Liono a Arv of Montour county for Ali a entry of the tax liens in favor of said Borough. Very truly yours. Ida Ard Sayre Gearhart. Oil motion of Joseph Gibson Ali printing of the Borough statement we award 1 to the Montour american and the Montour Democrat. The Price was fixed at the icy condition of Tho Cros ing was discussed and it was ordered that the Street commissioner he instructed r i look after pots where the walking i had Umipig Sand or Salt in Preter ence to saw dust a communication from James Dougherty chairman of the fire com Mitt ter was presented to Council which the Danville opera House is unsafe and named alleged . Or. Dougherty moved that a commit to a of t lie chief Burgess the fire chief and the fire committee inspect the opera House and report to Council far action at a special in five Days Burgess purse who was present explained that in bad the matter under advise Niit and had practically appointed a committee consisting of architect j. H. Brugler George Reif Sny ilor and s. M. Trumbowe r to cd a Niue the building next week. If permitted to carry out his plans lie Felt sure that Justice would a a a done to All parties. The motion embraced Iti Dougherty a Coqui Anicat iou was seconded by Joseph Gibson hut upon being put t i a vote it was lost the following Hills were App of d for payment but uni i h Dopa 11tm in t. Regular employees. United Tel amp Tel. Co is 00 e. W. Peters 37.50 labor and hauling 11. He t. L. Evans sons 10.02 s. A French 1.75 g. W. Hendricks. 4.65 John l. Russell 3. �2 Robert j. Pegg 11.80 Foster Bros. W a ter i e p a r t i n t. Regular employees #137. On United Tel. Amp Tel. Co 6.00 Cherry chemical co 28.50 e. W. Peters com 17.50 ii b Patton 20.00known commodity a talk with any Oue of the Emht is i of the business menus gymnasium class will develop the last Ali it the refit derived is of the greatest importance not Only in improved health and strength Bur in producing Good spirit and Freedom from a do -. Due hour in the gymnasium including Shower hath and heart rub Down aft r hath will quicken the circulation strengthen the nerve and give an All round glow to the body that is Embi lactating to a degree not known to men who fake no physical exercise. Those who have been taking a Rice during the Winter assert that they never Felt better that Bev can do More and better work and that the y would not give in up under any circumstances. There Are Many men who should Rake systematic exercise hut who x Cuse them Lve for one reason or another and Are thus forfeiting an Opportunity tor i a ing in Peteet health and strength by failing to Conti a t Oliou Selve with tin y. M. A. A gymnasium w 11ie 11 is Well equipped with All necessary apparatus and lathing a Ili fit and Best of All a first Das instructor who prescribes proper exercise for those who join the Cla. With these conditions in our mid to there should he no excuse for men who ought to Avail themselves "1 Fin of port Nilie it off Ted Ope Dally As the Price is trifling tor benefits so far re aching and beneficial. Len argue a. One men do that they it plenty of exercise at to Weir daily work is to take tin wrong i w of tar whole question. Work i it on thing and exercise Anollia Aud tin Man who argues thus will find if in takes up systematic sex Reise Audi r proper direction that must Les will Koine into play that in did not ase at All and which Are neck Sarv in an All round healthy development of tie hotly. By properly Dir to a and intelligent exercise every muscle in the body is brought out in the proper degree in a was that could not be accomplished in tin round of daily work. For instance Many a Man May la in Strong Arm and h it hut weak Chat uni Back and another May have Good Chest development but a weak stomach Etc. Etc. But tin Man who exercise will be systematically Dev loped. The Best Way to test the matter to join the y. M. T a. A. Gymnasium and in a verys Hoit time Trio systematic Boly building work will prove exhilarating stimulating beneficial. Those who Are thinking a of joining Are invited to come and see the Clas it in to Weir drills and they will sure la become members of the Busin. A 1 a is of the y. M u. A w. F. To Laud in charge. E. T. Linuard the new proprietor a if the Montour Hou a left for fila Delphiia yesterday on the m 25 p n k. T a i n. His place at the hotel from How on will he filled by a representative in tie person of w. To Toland who arrive d in this City monday. I. Toland a suied charge yesterday and lie i now Busy Faoiz Lia Rizig himself the things about the hotel and in getting acquainted with our townspeople. Or. Toland has had an Amund in a not experience in tin hotel business and before coming Here was in tin Aldrin hotel Philadelphia. He is a Man of pleasing address of genial manners and will no doubt prove As popular with our i f i. Nas he will he successful in the management of the hotel. M Liv Rymeus complain of Dull times. No filth to hiding the excellent Sleigh ing which has now been with u for Inid h More than a month the livery in a ii Are not reaping a Rich Harvest the proprietor of one of tin h adding stables yesterday remarked upon Ali fact a few a ars ago he said Sleigh ing such As at present would have brought out higher galore and there would have been i great r demand for liver turnouts than could hav n supplied. At present at non of tin Stab he a is s in a. Lie in Len a is not to be attribute d t the cold a a to lib a exactly a the r Ai e Manv tin Davs w Len to Tere e but 1 itt 1- in r a a in the a Maud for horses Ami sleighs. The livery Man in que Tion said i hat he could Only a a Nunt Foi the Dimin Isle 1 patronage of i the grounds tint Sleigh Riding being i counted of of tin luxuries of Lif i the ii to thing Cut out by the a m us w to in present finds it in a Lvuv to a Truch somewhere under the High i i of living Prea riling. Death of Jasper . Jasper Jones of this place died at tin Home of Bis brother Sylvester Jens Berwick yesterday morning. Lie de Conseil will be recalled As the afflicted Young mail. Who lower limbs were Imti i araly d and w to walked with the Aid of clutches. He was a familiar object in Tho Vicinity of Mill and Stirts and was frequently seen in other parts of town. The deceased who was Twenty four of age was a Cripps All i hie having sustained a Lull when but three weeks old ill which his spine was injured. He was tin object of uni i Sal pity As in laboriously made i Way through Tho streets dragging his legs Over which lie had no control Ali Atco. R. Aft r him. It a. R grievous Burd i to hear and yet this Young Man not Only was Light hearted and Happy but there were rim in his life when in made his own living. Among of lib is who employ 1 him was w l. Doug or we j \ a a i it i Day stated that in found him a hah As a watchman and that to Tere were certain kinds of work in which in proved himself very Cap Alc. A Mouth or of ago h went to Berwick to visit his brother. His Dath of idly was not unexpected. He had con empt Ion and had been declining rapidly for some time. Tin body w ill he brought to t his City today and taken directly to the Odd Fellows cemetery where interment will he i mad both Parent of Tho in a a de Are ideas a broiler Alf Edjon in this City. The election for nominating candidates for tin Borough and i to to offices will he held by the republicans attn usual voting place on Friday january 22, Between the hours of a a and 8 p. M. The above information was obtained in an interview with Jamo Foster la Puli an v in a Lail Mill on sat Urdaz. No time has he n a t by tin democrats for tin holding let , hut notices a Likely to he posted at almost any time As there is Only the matter Ota Mouth intervening Between the present Aud the Spring election. This is a year when there will be neither Burge nor tax reviver to elect. The important office. To he filled in rim Borough Are As follows a a councilman a school director an assessor in each Ward in the third Ward a Justice of the peace Aud for tin Danville and Mahoning District an overseer of tin boor. In of c Ltd More of the wards there promises to he a warm contest for Council and pro pectin to candidate for this office arc air adv doing some work in a quiet Way my always an interesting event. The officers of the Pennsylvania �?~>�11 Fellows Annitti any a n Patton a already laying plan for the meeting of tin organization which will in held at Montour Vilie on april this i always an interesting int in this part of the state and if the a torts mean anything tie ses Ion at Folio Seville w 111 to fume tip to Fin valid Aid of that of Otic by not ahoy the it to Sion of tin anniversary association a held at Milt n at Riih time it was decided to met to in Williamsport in to i Spring provided that no other Pla a a a 1 for tin my thug. Montour Vilh a a 1 for the Honor of entertaining the a lotion and Arr aug inputs hav. Now f a m of for it. Tin Odd Fellows of Montour vile will see that tin ocasion is a Bapp it a one As if can Quot a mad this year tin association will cd a he at tin mighty fifth a inv Ary of the founding of Del in aun in e the program for the Day a far As completed Calls for the following at ii of clock in tin morning in tin rooms of Fairfield Lodge. Will be i id the hit miss meeting of the association at which officers will had and a place of limiting for next year chosen. At 2 of clock flier will let a a Parad. At the conclusion of which then will be a Public in Quot Ting in tin Opra , with addresses by u or Odd Fel lows. Among tin grand officers who Are exp fed Arlt a Rand Secretary Jos. H. Mack a their first a anal Bam Jnet. Tin Erin raid to Lufi of this Edify held it air of annual Hanum to at 11�t�?� i Baldy night. John act Altroy is president and John Dugan secret a re. Of tie pm raid club. Other members Are Albert Gill Trio Ina daily Mullen James Barret r. Frank met a All Rey Frank Graham Frank Micou. Edward or by William l of y and Harry Hoo Lcy. The in Ani get last night w \ an a x need Ingle Fine affair. The Mem a a a a oysters on half Shell. Iced Outcen Olivis u. Try. Ushii Ken Noodle soup. Fried oysters. It old Slaw. Lob ter salad. A St Turkey with Oyster filling. Prim riles roast be it t French peas. Sugar Coin. Roast Sweet potato mashed potato -. Urarro tries. Coconut custard. Appl i. Vanilla ice to it am. Cake. Fruit. Nuts. It thee and Salt wafer -. Tea to itch. Segat s r Lcy Harvest is now Over. Tin r utting of ice has been Discon Tinin a at he the Catl Grove harms and at Lawrence s Plant on Malu Ming Creek. Thu shut Down at no Itlen a place j caused by a deficiency of ice. A an a Undari a still a main hut because Verv Deal a i Titis Stipe l d and evry ice i orrs is file d a lading in a hah rot tins it try a snark i that the season is unique in this Josp of a it was unable to recall in the experience of a lit time when til n e hulls were to i k de with such an excellent Quality of ice so Early in the season. 0. P. Gearhart appointed trustee. At a meeting of or a vitors held at the folic of William Kas it esq., on tuesday n. /. Butterwick was a Helard a bankrupt Ami major a. P. Far Hart was appointed a tru to m. H Taggart of Sun mrs i it ree tor bankruptcy in this distr t. Those who appeared before him on tuesday were colonel Clement 1 Sunbury Ralph Kim a C Angl and p. Gearling of this Ity from tin it Vid a lice a Roduco the r Fer a above stated Declar l n a butt Cruick a bankrupt and appointed major c p. Gearhart tru to. W. W. I her of Sunbury Frank Dowling of North Sumlie Rhud and mis Eli Heth Foulk of this City a re appointed a Afi puts a is of the bankrupts Tate. Fri a hag Uhutch May recover. Fred 1 lag ii Ueli jr., tin Yonng Man who was struck he tin car at Almo Dia tuesday it i now 1 he a will recover. A regained full conscious lies on to Day night an i vet Day a i Onver i flip Cut on his head which in a feared would result badly upon Fuller invest ligation a found not to la so a p As to Alt t the brain. Tin injury in tin main a a com to consist of Bruise and 1 Rue tires of the ribs Ami Collar Linn. Although the my still suffers ,- from the Shock the pro Nahilit sects to i he that Tun will Hall that i a ded to effect a recovery. I go having taken a Light humid the average a Iti to n m look Forward to East a with i or and mrs Hrvey Shult. Of Kiver in in or and mrs. Taeoh Shultz of it Ooper township mrs Ross harrier of this City and or. And mrs. Hugh quilt Kot Rupert on the 5 50 train last a Ning of turned Home from Milton Waitr. They were guests of or. And mrs. W. S. Robison yesterday. Mis Minnie Mark returned to Sha Monifi yesterday after a visit with in lends in this City. He a. Ii. M. Hinckley was in Bloom Burg yesterday mrs. Keely Ream la it yesterday for a visit with Scranton friends. A. Leuigi transacted business in Berwick yesterday. Gustav w. In spent yesterday in it. Carmel. Harry Lewis was in Berwick yesterday. A. A. Harris of St. Louis mo., is i iting at the Harris Home upper Mulberry Street. Miss Rosa Byerly returned Home from a several weeks visit to Philadelphia last evening. Micha 1 Shires of Spring Mills Center county returned Homo lat evening Alt r a visit at the residence of Jam s Shultz East Market Street this City. Rev. Georg e Limbert returned lion last a a a eng from a visit with relatives at Madisonburg. Mrs. To 1 Morton of Berwick arrived at South Danville yesterday for a visit with her daughter. Or j. W. Treas. Mrs. Brei pc Rogy is of Muncy is visiting at tin Home other parents i and mrs s. Well Tver. Samuel Werrman of a Iwick was a visitor in this City yest Crady. \. Karlip of Trenton n. J., was in Danville yesterday. Or. Karlip was a former a Sidcot of this City. Mrs. Eli re. Re Horton left yesterday i or Scranton. Hairy will i it for leh a non. Miss am of Mill Ciu has return in Home alter a plea Saur visit with her sister mrs. e Limber t. Or. And mrs. James Shultz of this City silent yesterday in Catawissa As gulls o or. And or William j Slier. Or. Ami or Frank Bucher of Suu Bury Are guests at the Home of the former s parents or. And or. Samuel in me a Riverside. Henry recipe transacted business in Muncy yesterday. I. And mrs. Car is Coldron of Sta Mokit i enjoy 1 a so huh Rry be Over to this City yesterday. While Here they i i of or to Oldreik s parents or Aud or a w i Byerly Walnut Street. L. P Wagner of Washingtonville Calb a on Fri us in this City yesterday. Mrs. Jones of Bloomsburg visited friends in this City yesterday. T. B. Yerg of Washingtonville transacted business in this City yesterday. John Rov a a Berwick visitor yesterday. Harry will return today from an extended trip to California. A. D. Corcoran of Pittston spent is Quot play in Danville. Skating on the pavements. B is doubtful whether any one can recall a year in which our streets were Ica d in a Mantle Otico tor a greater a Ngali of time than the present. In Many part of town the sidewalks an wholly abandoned by pedestrian who take Tho Middle of Tho streets. The Paveine uts at such places Otten afford i \ by Good skating ground and Are actually us i by the Hoy and girls i such. Apropos of the above Tho Tate has been remarked upor that notwithstanding i a almost impassable con h lion of the sidewalks accidents Inoru falling seem to occur very infrequent in. When the first ice of the sea pm appeared Falls accompanied by broken Houes seemed to he numerous but it a a Cius that As people come to realize their danger they learn to exercise caution an i thus Many a bad Accident i a it d revival results in 24 converts. The revival meetings at the United evangelical Church Are now in the Middle of their third week and the inter to is unabated. Thus far this week i new penitents have been added making in All Twenty four since then. Tings began. Rev. Dunn has Laboured w without any outside help whatever and has every evening without a single intermission As the meet ing East it win a k have embraced saturday veiling the revival will continue All of next week or probably beyond that Date. The Public Are invited to Quot att my All the services preparing the Plaus. A hit cd .1 11. Brugler is preparing the it la its fora Large building in sunburn which will be put up Early next Spring tin builder being a a Pont ius. The Structure which will be of Brick will contain four store rooms on the fir to floor two suites of offices on the to com i floor. Insides Flats for three s j Arate families. Work will i begun in the new building As soon As the a Atli r will permit next Spring. Lieutenant Nathaniel Hovver who has been enjoying a two months leave with his parents at Moore Dourg will return to it it fort Leavenworth Kan a today to resume military duty. Lieutenant Bower is of of several Able Aud sturdy Young men who have gone out from Montour and who should Tho Opportunity present itself May he relied upon to acquit himself in a Way that will reflect credit upon the Little county of i birth. His a graduate of the Danville High went to it Point on the strength of a competitive examination. His present leave is tic tir the has enjoyed in two years. Lieutenant Bower is in charge of an Engineer corps at West Point. A where the government has leased a Large tract of Laud comprising some forty eight Square Miles for purposes of Man Euver and which at present is being put in shape for use. Lieutenant Bower was in this City yesterday and in a Brief interview gave a pm Hsiug description of that phase of military activity with which in Lias become familiar. Since lie has entered the service the United states with the except iou of the warfare in the Philippines has been at peace. In the event of a War Between Japan Aud Kusia the Lieut Nail gave it As opinion that then was a Strong probability of the United states being drawn into hostilities. Erected scaffold for Hester. Gideon Beishline of Berwick has re Quot ived a Telegram that his brother Ii. Bois Hiim passed away sunday at i Honi at Birmingham Alabama. Never having a Day s illness and being until three weeks ago in Good health tin news comes As a severe Shock to the relatives and friends in Berwick and Vicinity where lie was Well known. While in this Section he was employed As Coal Aud Iron policeman Aud became widely known i connection with running Down the celebrated Molli Maguiree having assisted in bringing 23 of the hand to Justice. He was also famous As the per of who erected the scaffold at m in h hunk where four of the mollies were executed at one time Aud which was also secured by the Columbia county it of missioners and was the one from which punishment was dealt out to Pat Hester Tulley and Mchugh. He was a Man of unusually Fine physique being tall and heavy and straight As an Arrow. About Twenty years ago he left for Texas and engaged in his former Trade of Carp at ring Aud contracting Aud remained in the Southern states. His expert Niees and hardships at were Many. In one instance to was held up by thro half Breed mexican Indian two of which he shot and wounded the third being at the same t in a shot in the Side but Only slightly. He was aged fifty four Quot years Aud is survived besides a brother in Berwick by a if and two children at Birmingham ala., a brother Jacob Aud sister mrs. Lavilla Shultz of Van a amp Aud mrs. Catherine Shultz of Benton. A townsman honoured. R. W. Egg it is very Busy looking up data relating to it the second regiment p. V. H. A., of which a history is being compiled under the auspices of the association of survivors. In a letter to the a record and Start of Watsontown the official Organ of the survivors association 2nd p. V. Ii. George w. Ward who has the history in hand thus alludes to the valuable services rendered by our townsman a Comrade Eggert called in to it a a a me i few Davs ago. My Lew How wond Erl ulv that mail retain his Youthful appearance and none Tho less docs Hole i in Muhln 1 top a a and James k. might he taken for twins Lii hard i an All right Comrade and gave min a Good Many Points n re for i it Quot the Early history of the regiment i memory and love for which having lost noncom their ardor with i in of t inn. A a millions of Young fish. Tin state department of fisheries will s and 5,898,000 Young fish to All part of Pennsylvania in the Spring for stocking Public streams. More than 202.000 w ill be retained at the hatcheries for Breeding purposes the department has Grant d 1537 applications for Trout to Stock streams. These applications have been it a ived from All counties of the state except Beaver Bucks Green and Mercer which count is have virtually no Trout streams within their Borders. The number of individual applications granted is 2,610, including those of the Pennsylvania fish protective association. Those received from organizations number ��?T<77, while those from the forestry Reserve commission Are 1,250, 1.300 Young fish will he sent to i fill each application. The Appl a it at Ous Gianti d Are for Public dreams Only and All application from persons desiring to stuck private streams were refused. Andy s favourites after having aided three Tamaqua congregations to secure pipe organs Andrew Carnegie has notified tin methodists that h will give Louo toward a #2000 Organ Tamaqua must have a null. Prominent among the Many notable men that Danville has produced j is City and county Surveyor George w. West who at the age of four Scon and five years is still actively engaged in his profession. Or. West was on hand Early yesterday Forenoon to meet assistant Highway commissioner Statler whom lit intended to accompany on his trip Over the Road Between this City and Mau a Dale. While waiting in the commissioners office he talked inor interestingly Over his past life. At eighty five or. West a Eye is still Bright his hearing is keen and his memory never at fault. Physically he retains much of the vigor and the capacity for work that characterizes a Man of Middle life. Time has indeed dealt kindly with or. West and yet during Iii life he has borne in full share of hardships. Or. West has been a Surveyor for sixty years. He stated yesterday that do Piug that time at least nine tenths of his work has been performed outside of Montour county. During his Long career As a Surveyor he has trod backwards and forwards Over the mountains and valleys of Central Pennsylvania until he has become personally familiar with the most important landmarks Aud boundaries of land that relate to tie vast possessions of Timber Aud minerals which make the state famous. Tho surveys he had made embrace tire vast Section lying Between Bellefonte Aud Reading and further West Between Potter county and Gettysburg while making some of these surveys or. West states that his party for weeks at a time were away from civilization and like True explorers wrapped in their blankets they slept in a Teut or even in the open air with Only a bed of Spruce boughs Between them and the hard ground. Their food on these Long excursions was Plain and primitive in tin extreme while they were constantly exposed to rain and tie extremes of heat Aud cold by dint of great care however or. West managed to preserve his health while the out door life with its hardships to which he came inured conduced no doubt to Bis Long years and the vigor he enjoys. In making surveys or West was As frequently under ground As on the surface and in ascertaining the limits of Coal and Iron deposits he has explored the full extent of Many of the deepest and most famous ruins of the state. The weather. Tho cold wave of monday and tuesday in Omo sections of new York Aud new England was the severest in 2&Quot> years beating the Low record of a coup a of weeks ago. It was the coldest Day in new Tork on january in since 1s75. In some places in the Northern but along tin lakes to �?~>0 degrees below Zero a recorded. Snow is indicated in the lower Lake Region today followed by colder weather though not Snolis a wave As we experienced tuesday. W. T. Foster the weather Prophet at Washington who predicted a cold wave from the 18 to ii. Says the next disturbance Wilt reach tie Pacific coast about i Cross West of the Stock ies by close of 20. Great Central valleys 11 to ii Eastern states 24. A warm wave will Cross West of the Rockies about a. Great Central valleys 21, Eastern states 23. A Cool wave will Cross West of the Rockies about 22, great Central valleys 24, Eastern states 2d. This disturbance will belong to a tier Iod of High temperatures lowest 111 the Ohio Valley. The warm wave will be very warm causing a Liaw in Many places but not of Long duration. It will be a bad time for harvesting ice with not much rain or Snow. This will he hard weather on Winter wheat and will threaten Sleigh ing in Trio northeastern slats not much Snow will he Lefi in Northwestern states. Tipiere will he some Rains hut generally plea Uit Wint a Wearlyn Riu Texas and the Southwest cold in California and West of the Rockies. The last disturbance of january will reach tie Pacific cd is about 2d. Will Cross in to of the Rockies by close of 27, great Central valleys 2s to 20.Eastern stations 31. A warm wave will Closs West of the Rockies about 2d, great Central valleys 2s, Eastern states 30. A Cool wave will Cross West of the Rockies about 21. Great Central valleys 31, Eastern states on Quot ground hog Day. In Honor of their pastor. The members of t he Derry Preshy Terian Church gave a reception in Honor of to Weir pastor elect Rev s \. Bedekian at Trio Home of Judson axe near Jerseytown on Friday evening last those present were or. And mrs William Dielle Baeli or. And mrs. W o . And mis Vincent and mis Levi Fortuer or. And mis. J w. Lottie or. And mrs Eli Appleman or. And mrs Civile App Naii. Or and mrs Robert Butler or. And mrs. Evan . And mrs. Judson . And mrs. William . Or and mrs. Emory Smith mrs. John Bloe misses Lizzie Smith Cert tide Smith eur Henna Bailor Rebecca Appletan Atta Lottie Maie axe Jennii axe. Anna Fortner Laura . Margaret leighow Maude leighow. Messes William Apple nmn Walter Umpstead Pennel Kramer kobe11 Lawric. Hall axe. And Wirner Shultz. The twelve Ami the sixteen Inch Mill of the Reading Iron works along with tie entire puddling department of the Plant started up monday morning As usual it is Gratifying that these two Mills notwithstanding tie slow Iron Market have been run with inc i Little loss of time during the Winter. But what will be hailed As still More encouraging to the citizens of Danville is lie fact that there Are fait prospects id the plan running along in its present shape during the whole Winter during an interview wit i superintendent w Cray Williams at hib office monday Ilia gentleman expressed himself very hopefully. It is True that the Iron As Well As the steel situation presents a puzzling problem just now. But or Williams states that notwithstanding the depressed conditions prevailing there is a fair amount of inquiry which shows that Tipiere is still a Good Deal of business in the Market. It is True also that there is a decrease in values but As there is still As i Money As Ever in the country tiie inference would seem to be that things will adjust themselves without Auy semblance to a panic or a depression More marked than that of the present speaking for the local Field or. Williams says Iii company has Hopes of keeping the Plant Here As running at present in operation until Spring on the subject of Quot bars the product of our Mill Here a writer in the current number of Quot Iron age quotes As follows Quot prices of bar Iron show further recessions and prices Are Al most anything from $1.25 to $1.40 delivered. Mills that make a few sizes have to make extremely Low rates to get any business it All but first class bars Cauuet be had at much if Auy tiling below $1.3.7.�?� during the fall Oliero was much solicitude among our wage earners Aud business people As to the Outlook for the Winter now that february is approaching and the situation being As above described the worst fears will naturally be dispelled. By Spring no doubt Iii us will have readjusted themselves and Tipiere will be the usual revival of business along All lines. Entertained at Buckhorn. A Jolly party of Sleigh riders it u a Weoda drive in two sleds and of single sleighs were pleasantly Ente tailed at the Home of George Irvins Buckhorn o i tuesday. The Day was whiled away with music games Aud All manner of amusement. A feature of the Day to which ail did Justice was a sumptuous and Well served dinner the Young people of the party remained for supper attending the revival meeting at the m. E. Church during the evening the following Weie in the Parry or. And mrs. George Irvins or. Aud mrs. Jefferson . And mrs. Lloyd Bomboy or Aud mrs. Charles Sterling. Or. And mrs. Haras Hartman or and mrs. Henry Deigl Mill or. Or. And mrs. Park . And mrs. George wat pole. Or. And mrs. H. Hartman or Aud mrs. Arthur Richard Rev. Aud mrs. Wagner mrs. William Geiser mrs. Charles Deigh Miller. Mrs. Joseph Maust mrs. Boyd Moore mrs. Hiram Cromley misses Lizzie Maust Libbie Pursel Ella Aud Nellie Deigl imiller Lulu Carrie Edna and Margaret Irvine Ethel Deig Miu or Welli Uptou Pursel. John Arnwine Paul Styer Edward Maust Cleveland Hartman Oletis Cromley Ray Hartman Philip Confer Horace Geiser John Wagner Harry Richard and Carl Irvine. Social club disbands. The Moneta club Oue of Danville s Well know social organizations has gone out of existence. A Sauer Kraut Lumeh held last wednesday evening was tie club s last breath since then everything has been sold. The Moneta club Lias Heel in exist Euce about seven years. Its membership was made up of May of Dan Ville s Well known business and professional men and was purely a social organization. The rooms Over the Globe store were beautifully furnished containing both billiard and Pool tables. For a Lule the club flourished and the members were very Euth Usi a tie. Other organizations of a like character starting up recon its membership and with a waning interest on the part of the remaining members it was decided to disband. During it it existence the Monet club Lias entertained Many Well known men among them being Hun William Jen mugs Bryan. Congressmen and prominent politicians. Operated on for Appel digits. Anna tin seven Vear old daughter of Mcclellan Diehl of Washington ill,., underwent an operation in the Medico Chirurg ical Hospital Philadelphia. Monday tor appendicitis. The Little patient was taken to Philadelphia sunday accompanied by her father. Who has sent news Home to the Ettelt that the operation was a Coin Del Success and that the Little Tiati ent is doing very Well. Republican primaries la lie republicans of Valley township will hold their primaries at Klaus Dale on saturday evening january 23rd. The republicans of Mahoning town ship will hold to Weir caucus at the Mechanicsville school House on Friday evening. January 22, Between the hours of t Aud 8 of clock

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