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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - January 30, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for the heme the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It Wil pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per Vear or. Irving h. Jennings dentist. Office hour8 9 a. It. To i it m Milt 1 d. It. To a a. It Danville. A. A this country will never be entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own productions a establish kit in ,. Vol. 47--no to it. Danville a. Tiiu Buday january to. 11 02. Shultz is. I it. 42ft . St., , a. Diseases of the stomach Ami intestines a specially i it k. W. I. Skulk dentist Offut. 218 my i. Str rat. Eth extracted without pain. Crown and Bridge work a specially. Equipped with the latent and Iii Ohi improved instruments and prepared to execute the most difficult work. Or. C. H. Reynolds office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in All its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892 Beautiful Snow. Clean your pavements. Two More Days in january. The primaries have All been held. Miss Katherine Hale. East front Street is convalescent after a siege of typhoid fever. De Horning of cattle scientifically and successfully done by Thomas Gething. Successor to Geo b. Kase. A number of Pennsylvania boys who have served As soldiers in the Philippines Are returning Home All with curios and a poor opinion of the islands As a dwelling place. The members of the Washington Hose company Are preparing to hold a fair Early in March. The cold spell of the past two Days will have the effect of dispelling the grip and of making the general condition More healthful. The Days Are gaining in length at the rate of two minutes daily. All fools Day Falls 011 tuesday this year. Ards have been received in this City announcing the wedding of miss Mabel Rogers daughter of or. And mrs. George h. Rogers of Muncy to Harry j. Little son of judge Little of Bloomsburg. The ceremony will take place in the Baptist Church Muncy on wednesday. February 12th, at High noon. Miss Lizzie Marks of Berwick spent several hours with friends in this City yesterday. Welsh Bros circus which appeared Here several times is established in Winter quarters at Lancaster. The show will lie bigger and better than Ever next summer the management having decided to add a number of new features. Remember the Chicken supper to be Given at the v. M. C. A. Tonight. Or. And mrs. Thomas j. Rogers Are attending the wedding of a relative at Wellsboro. John Kessler. Church Street ill of typhoid fever was removed to the Mary m. Packer Hospital at Sunbury yesterday. It was cold enough yesterday morning to keep it eople in mind of the season. The Man who swears by the ground hog is in readiness to pin his Faith in next sundays weather. Howard Reppert s want last evening with friends in Sunbury. Don t look upon the Spring election As unimportant. The february elections to the districts which hold them Are quite As important As the presidential or state elections. The men who Are chosen Council men school directors and auditors Are the men who attend to the business of the Borough and therefore an Effort should be made by the voters to have the lest. Material elected to these offices. Of course the january thaw will be followed by the february freeze. Or. And mrs. Charles Gerst residing near Bloom Road. Mahoning township entertained a Large null a or of people tuesday evening. A for piece orchestra furnished music for the occasion. After Midnight an Oyster supper was served. Dancing and vocal and instrumental music were the features of the evening. Preston b. White the popular clerk at Paules and cons drug store has resigned his position and will leave today for chanbers Birg where he will take charge of w. G. Greenwalt a pharmacy. The team of mules attached to the p. L. Brewery Wagon while standing in front of hotel Dietrich. South Danville yesterday afternoon to Ltd it a fright at a locomotive Ami Rati away. They were caught by Gateman Daniel Huber fore they got beyond the crossing. It Wing to the failure of the crop in this country Large quantities of a a a Matoes Are being shipped from Europe. John f Tooley Friday through w. S. Reed of Bloomsburg purchased a car Load of a potatoes from Belgium. The car Load was the part of a cargo of 290,000 bushels which recently arrived at new York. Ii. M. School 1 has Lieen Selling potatoes brought from Scotland during the past week. Potatoes Are also being shipped to this country from Ireland total gain of Danville defeats Bloomsburg at whist first game of series. The first of a series of duplicate whist games arranged for Between blooms Borg and Danville was played at the former place tuesday evening and the la Cal players took the enemy into Camp by quite a handsome margin. Danville was represented by messes w. E. Gosh John Foster Ralph b. Diehl and Arthur h. Woolley while the Points were covered for by it Omsberg by messes w. S. Rishton s. F. Peacock. Frank Ikeler and Albert Duy. Play commenced at 8 30 p. 111. And after the first set of a nerds had been disposed of. The Home team were entertained at supper by their opponents when the Cudgel was again taken up. But on la oys refused to be a Cudgel de Quot As the following score indicates w. S. Rishton. I \.w. E. Gosh Frank Ikeler. \ i a. H. Woolley 1 Point. 12 Points. Gain of to for Danville. S. F. Peacock. F Foster Albert a 1r. B. Diehl 6 Points. -1 Points. Gain of 2 for Bloomsburg. W. S. Rishton j i John Foster Frank Ikeler. S a. B. Diehl 6 Points. 12 Points. Gain of 6 for Danville. S. F. Peacock. J j. E. Gosh Albert Duy j a a a. H. Woolley 2 Points. 7 Points. Gain of it for Danville. Messes. Diehl and Foster made a total gain of 4 Points Over their adversaries Ami gosh and Woolley a total gain of 16 Points making a grand total gain of 20 Points. A return game to take place in this City will let a arranged for at an Early Date. The office none to be elected at the doming Spring election. Has not As yet accepted. W. D. Laumaster who returned from York last evening will spend the remainder of the week in Danville after which he will resume his evangelistic labors. His next engagement will lie at new Castle this state. He is also booked for Sunbury and other Points in Pennsylvania and new Jersey. Or. Laumaster acknowledged that he has received a very flattering Call from the directors of the y. M. C. A. Of this place asking him to return to the Post of general Secretary. He says that he has not As yet been Able to make tip his mind whether or not to accept the invitation to return. There is a great Deal at stake and whatever course he pursues in the matter will be taken Only after serious thought and due Del duration. In Honor of mckinley�?T9 birth. The flags were displayed on the various school grounds of the Borough yesterday in commemoration of the birth of our late martyred president. William Mckinley while in each of the grades More or less time was devoted to the subject the teachers mostly giving a Short talk. In the third Ward grammar school the exercises were especially interesting. A very Fine essay was read on the a life of Mckinley by miss Hattie Pur sell while principal Barnett delivered an address dwelling in a very comprehensive Way non the life of our martyred president. Coming wedding. Carey Savery and miss Henrietta a Stangier both of this City will be United in Matrimony on thursday next. February 6. The ceremony will be performed in St. Hubert a Catholic Church Rev. J. A. Huber officiating. Miss Mary Stangier. Sister of the Bride will be bridesmaid while Valentine r. Mayan will attend the Groom. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast will be served at the Home of the Bride. After april 1st the newly wedded couple will reside on Cherry Street. Stricken with apoplexy. The friends of miss Kate Eekman. Of roaring Creek will regret to learn that she is very seriously ill at Harrisburg. For some Days past miss Eekman has been a guest at the Home of n. I. Hench. That City and yesterday she sustained a stroke of apoplexy. Ines Jamse to the bad news miss Boone Eekman. A sister left for Harrisburg last evening while other members of the family Wil follow today. The stricken lady is a daughter of colonel c. W. Eekman of roaring Creek and has a Large Circle of friends in this City. A novel Oyster dinner. Professor e. B. Barrett principal of the third Ward and his corps of assist ants consisting of misses Rachel Good All Elsie Wilson Blanche Lowrie Sara Wilson Sarah Cunninghan and Jennie Lawrence yesterday enjoyed a Novelty in the form of an Oyster dinner cooked and served in the school balding during the noon hour. The dinner had been contemplated for some time and was voted a Fine Success. Danville can not elect a Burgess this year. This fact was made apparent during an argument at court Friday afternoon. John o. Moyer was elected for three years his term of office not expiring until 1903. In the Case of a vacancy such As has occurred through the death of Burgess Moyer under the present Law. The office can Lee filled Only by the court who appoints for the unix i red term. When no appointment is made the duties devolve Ujke the president of Council. Those about town who Are generally taken As authority on such matters seem to have lost sight of the Law As it relates to the office at present and the impression became general that the Lnor Ough this year would have to elect a Burgess. The democrats of the second Ward acting a Hui that Assumption 011 thursday evening made a nomination for that office. A petition was presented to court Friday afternoon signed by Albert Kem Mer. President of Council asking that a Burgess be appointed. The petition was presented by r. S. Ammerman and strenuously opposed by Edwards. Gearhart. The result was quite a Surprise. The judge was disposed to Grant the petition and he concluded that the Best Man to assume the Honor was or. Kem Mer himself who As president of Council had been discharging the duties of the office and he accordingly appointed him Burgess. This placed or. Kemmer in a very awkward position for while lie Appreci-�<1 the Honor conferred it disqualified him for holding his position As councilman. It did not take him Long to decide that of the two lie would rather let a Councilinan and lit respectfully declined the appointment. Judge Little refused to accept tin declination and court adjourned leaving or. Kemmer wearing the official Robe of Burgess. W. G. Pursel was tuesday appointed Burgess of Danville by the court to fill the unexpired term of the late John o. Moyer. The appointment was made at a special session which convened at 9 30 a. 111 judge Little and associate or. S. Y. Thompson occupying the Bench. The session was one of the shortest on record. Judge Little merely stated the object of meeting explaining that As councilman Albert Kemmer had declined to accept the Burge ship another was necessary. He then proceeded to name or. Pursel for the High office after which court a journal during an interview tuesday afternoon or. Pursel stated that lie would accept the Honor. The up it meets with general approval. Or. Pur sell is a progressive Young business Man closely in touch with the Industrial As Well As other interests of the town and whose integrity and judgment a 1k-yond question. For a number of years past he has held the position of chief clerk under the firm of Howe amp Polk proprietors of the structural tubing works this City where he has Well demonstrated his capability and All those qualities which enter into the character of a faithful and conscientious Public officer. Personal Brief mention of the doings of your friends and acquaintances. Disappeared rather suddenly. The Hazleton Standard says a Gil Lieut w. Robinson the decorator of 138 North Wyoming Street who disappeared suddenly from Here last week has not yet Wen heard Robinson formerly resided in Danville. He was employed at the Globe store. Old licenses All granted. The annual License court was held Friday convening at 10 a. M. President judge r r Little and associates Thompson and Blee occupied the Bench. There were no remonstrances filed against any of the applications. There was but one new application this year that of Henry Moyer for License at the Lackawanna House in the third Ward of Danville. This License was refused. Judge Little explaining that his opinion on said application was the same As last year that he is opposed to granting any additional License in Danville. The old licenses were All granted the judge making announcement to that effect before the adjournment of court. Heury Schram will run. The dissatisfaction caused by the la or on ghz a rejection of Mahoning townships nominee for a Ltd it a director will result in placing two democratic candidates for that office in the Field. Henry Schram the township s Choice has taken out nomination papers and procured the requisite number of signers. He will accordingly appear on the ticket As a candidate. Viewers of two counties meet. A. H. Litchard John f. Diehl of Anthony township and George w. West of this City viewers api it pointed on a petition for a county Bridge Over roaring Creek Between Montour and Northumberland counties accompanied by commissioners George w. Miles Wesley Perry and Hiram Sandel left for Theja Point in question Friday morning where they met the viewers appointed by Northumberland county court and the commissioners of that county. The question for the viewers to decide is whether the erection of a county Bridge at that a mint which of course will i a joint affair Between Montour and Northumberland. Is fully justified a new party. A new Jedi tidal organization has entered the Field in Anthony township known As the a a citizens party it is said to let a composed of 1h>tli democrats and republicans who Are dissatisfied with the administration of affairs by those in Power sheriff Michael Breckbill spent several hours at Howellville yesterday. Edward Conrad of Riverside left yesterday morning for Nescopeck for a Short visit. M. Huston Taggert of Northumberland spent yesterday among friends in this City. George Smith of Sunbury. Was a visitor in this City yesterday. A. F. Sturdevant of Sunbury transacted business in this City yesterday. Or. .1 r. Kimerer Bloom Street made a professional trip to Sinh try yesterday. Mrs. John Dye of this City left yesterday morning for a visit with friends in Bloomsburg. Miss Alice Davis of Mahoning township left yesterday morning for a visit with friends in Hazleton. Mrs. Jenkin Daniels West Mahoning Street spent yesterday with friends in Bloomsburg. Lewis Byerly spent a few hour skin san Bury yesterday. Hugh Quick of Rupert and James Shultz of this City spent yesterday afternoon at roaring Creek. Mrs. Sarah Winters of second Street left yesterday for san Bury for a visit with friends. I mrs. James Murphy and daughter j Zarenda of Mayberry township were in this City yesterday. Mrs. William Morgan of Wilke Sciarre returned Home yesterday after a visit at. The residence of mrs. James Mullen. Mrs. Margaret Somera of Creasy returned yesterday after a Short visit with friends in this City. Mrs. Jesse Vaut of this City visited friends in Bloomsburg yesterday. Harry Ohl and Smith and Spencer flick of Milton have returned Home after a Short visit with friends in this City. Mrs. Lloyd Baylor. Mrs. Edward Rishel and mrs. William Wertman spent tuesday at the Home of mrs. William Mcninch in Blouins Lorg. Solomon and e. V. Schoenfeld of Johnstown arrived in this City yesterday. Miss Long of san Bury. Spent Jester Day afternoon with friends in this City. Edwin Reese of Hazleton called on friends in South Danville yesterday. W. H. Hitchler. Of Milton visited friends in this City yesterday. William Russell Mill Street left last evening for a visit with friends in Harrisburg. R. Scott Ammerman Esq. Left yesterday afternoon for Philadelphia on a professional trip. Mrs. J. B. Laidaker is visiting relatives in washing Neville. Misses Gertrude Linker and Jennie Wartenbe employees of the Danville knitting Mill left yesterday for Mil Heim where they will assist in instructing employees in Thomas West s new Mill. Mrs. A. B. Bowser and children Isabelle and Arda left yesterday fur North nil it Erland after a Short visit with her sister mrs. Harry Sutler. Mill Street. Mrs. J. D. Shannon of Elysburg. Returned Home yesterday after a Short visit with or. And mrs. S. A. Mccoy. David Shelhart Mill Street left last evening for Philadelphia. Mrs. William Dewitt and son John of Catawissa arrived in tins City last evening for a visit with or. And mrs. A. T. Dewitt Riverside. Charles Williams of Berwick was in town yesterday. Mrs. Frank Shelhart of this City returned Home last evening after a protracted visit with relatives in Hazleton. Miss Bessie James of North number Laud has returned Home after a pleasant visit with miss May Moyer West Mahoning Street. Mias Maude Kreeger of Shamokin. Arrived in this City last evening for a visit with or. And mrs. J r. Kimerer Bloom Street. Edwin Allen of Beaver Meadow returned Home yesterday after a Short visit with his son Rev. R. J. Allen of Riverside. Mias Laura Farley returned last evening from a visit with friends at Wilkes Barre. Charles Nuss of Wyoming returned Home last evening after a visit in this City with James Perry. Front Street. Mrs. Albert ent of Bloomsburg was the guest of friends in this City yesterday. Miss Martha Ferris of Berwick returned Home last evening after a pleasant visit at the residence of h h. Fur Man East Mahoning Street. Miss Mary Travis of Berwick spent yesterday with friends in this City. Mrs. William Harry and son Berwick returned Home last evening after a visit with mrs. Harry s sister. Mrs. David Evans on Mill Street. Mrs. T. F Connor of Bloomsburg returned Home last evening after n visit at the residence of her son. Daniel Connor ferry Street mrs Sarah Whitenight of Lime Ridge visited friends in this City yesterday Gas ranges a departure on which stove works is about to embark. La order to keep Pace with the increasing popularity of Gas As a fuel the Danville stove a manufacturing company has followed the example of other industries of its kind and taken up the manufacture of Gas ranges. The patterns for one size manufactured by Mclanghlin amp co. Of Philadelphia Are now completed and Are daily exacted to reach the works Here. As soon As they arrive work will is begun on the Iron patterns which will Lee completed in the course of a month so that the company will have 110 difficulty in getting out the size under Way in time for the Spring Trade. The entire line will comprise three sizes the two remaining ones la ing smaller. The ranges will be adapted for the burning of both natural and manufactured Gas and therefore will find a Large Sale in the East As Well As in Western Pennsylvania and Ohio. It May not 1m until several months in the future however that the entire line will be completed and thrown on the Market. The Gas Range is in so Many respects sni it error to the a hot plate commonly used with Gas that it May in time supersede the latter. At All events there is a growing demand for Gas ranges and from indications it is not unlikely that in the future their manufacture will comprise a Large proportion of the business at our stove works. A Fine address. The menus sunday afternoon meeting at the y. M. C. A., which for some time past has been woefully deficient in interest and attendance. Sunday was of the energetic old fashioned sort which yielded an inspiration that if we mistake not. Will affect attendance in the future. The meeting was conducted by Beverly Matisse Man. The Sis Aker 011 the occasion was Rev. R j. Allen the talented Young pastor of St. Peters m. E. Church of Riverside while his gifted wife favored the meeting with a Solo rendering a come thou fount of every blessings in a manner that added much to the Beauty and impressiveness of the hymn. Rev. Allen founded his remarks upon the scriptural passage what Ever thou tiniest to do. Do it with All thy might. it was a sound discourse every utterance of which had a practical value of its own. Showing the necessity of Earnest living and of Earnest persevering Effort to develop a Christian combat evil and uplift those around us the meeting next sunday afternoon will be for a it the ladies and gentlemen. It is announced Asa a a Promise meeting in which the different voting i Ople s societies of town will participate. Gulick to be tried next week. John Gulick who murdered his Mother and brother near Kline Grove nearly a year ago will 1m tried for his inn Naii crime at Sunbury next week. The Only witness who will 1m called by the Commonwealth will 1m Samuel Gulick. The father of the murderer who was an Eye witness of the tragedy. There Are grave doubts however whether the stricken sir will 1m Able to stand the ordeal. The murderer was to have Len tried in november last but the old Man when the time for the ordeal approached fell ill of and the trial had to be ii atoned. He is seventy eight years of age and Many believe that when brought face to face with his son in court he will not 1m physically Able to testify it is said the old Man prays for death. Gulick spends much of the time Reading the Bible preparing for the Fate which he believes awaits him on the scaffold. Entertained at Oak Grove. Mrs. Thomas Lyons Rai Road Street took a Hack Load of ladies to it a Grove yesterday morning where they were entertained at the Home of or. And mrs. George Reichard. The Day was spent very pleasantly. A sumptuous dinner was served and after partaking of a Light lunch in the evening they departed for Home arriving Here Al amt 8 30 o clock. Those present were Mes Dames James Wertman. John Hartzell. Lamar Hahn. Thomas Lyons. Jacob Haney Peter Farley Benjamin Cook Seth freeze Harrison Santt. Henry Prentiss William Lormer Robert Paugh. Robert Paugh or misses Ida Haas and Hattie Reilly and or. Samuel f. Stamp Rev. Or. Steans resigns. Rev. Or. W. I. Steans sunday morn ing announced from the pulpit his intention of resigning Elxnit the last of May As pastor of the Mahoning Presby Terian can Racli he asked that the congregation unite with him in a request of presbytery that the pastoral relations be dissolved. Rev. Or. Steans has held his present charge for eleven years. Fourth Ward secondary school. 1 the following pupils attended the fourth Ward senior secondary school every Day during the first half of the school term ending january 28, 1902. I to Lara whitmoyer Mary Mcclow Eliza pm the Hoffman Clara Smith Mary Boet Tinger Bertram Slattery Boyd Wolver ton. Samuel Douglas William Kindt a game at Wilkes Barre. Or. J. Beaver Gearhart has arranged for a game of Basket Ball Between the la a Al club and the Strong 9th regiment team of Wilkes Barre to be played at the i latter place 011 the 7th of pc Bryan school Board the sch a it a to Oard held a regular meeting monday eve one hour being spent in the discussion of matters relating to the schools. Borough superintendent Gordy called attention of the Lioard to the fact that january 29�?tomorrow�?will be the anniversary of the birth of our late martyred president William Mckinley and he recommended that the Date be incur let rated into the list of Days observed by the in rough schools displaying the Flag 011 the grounds and holding in the schools appropriate exercises As customary on Flag Days. On motion or. Gordy s recommendation was adopted. Or. Fischer stated that ten Young men who desire to organize a drum corps want to rent the a Lepot school which is not la eing used at present. He submitted the matter to the Board who after due consideration decided against the proposition. On motion of or. Green the printing committee was instructed to have Leto leaflets printed containing lists of the teachers employed and the school directors of the Lxi rough. Borough superintendent u. L. Gordy presented a report of the sch ols for the month ending january 14. During the month there were 1147 pupils in attendance 571 males and 576 females. Average attendance males 461 females 477 total 93h. Per cent of attendance males.h3 females 86total. 8ft. Number of pupils ill. 352. The 352 cases of illness. Superintend ent Gordy explained were nearly All of measles. The Law As enforced Fie says which excludes every child of the family in which there is a Case of measles from school for a Jeriod of 39 Days after recovery. Has it it Down the attendance very much. Or. Barm a contended that our school Lse Ard is Over cautious. The precaution provided for in the school Law is All right in cases of fever and the like but measles he said is a comparatively harmless disease one which every child sometime or other is exp no cd to it it contract. The school Law do mrs not include it in the list of diseases against which such extreme precautions Are provided. In cases such As measles it is altogether at the discretion of the school to Ard How far the quarantine is to extend. He saw no reason Why children belonging to an infected family who have themselves escaped the disease should not 1 Lenn tied to at tend school As soon As the afflicted ones recover. In Shamokin they do not placard the houses for measles while in none of our Heights it ring towns Are they As strict As we Are. The following Niem Lith were present Fischer Orth Green Burger. Barm a. Werkheiser. Kiefer Ami Byerly. The following Bills were approved for payment Franklin slurring of 12ft Williams Bros. Thompson Brown amp co. b. H. Harris. 2.68 Emery Shultz. 60 Young townsman honoured. Walter dry Heller son of <1. K. Drumheller of this City is a recipient of one of the dozen handsome emblems just received in this country from the Union Des so kitties Francais Des sports athletic us. Walter was a meals a of the University of Pennsylvania team who competed in the games at Paris in 1900 and carried off six of the twelve events which were officially called worlds championships the finest rec Ord Ever known for any team in the his ton of modern athletics the medals Are of Bronze executed by the famous artist. F. Vernon of Paris. The University team to whom the medals an Given in addition to Drumheller comprised Kraenzlein. Baxter. Orton. Tewksbury. Grant. Bushnell Mcclain Mechling. W rent in ton. Ware and Mccracken to recall or. Laumaster. The Board of directors of the y. M c. A. Held a meeting saturday night at which it was unanimously agreed to recall w. I. Laumaster As go neral so cry tar at his former Salan. F look. The following directors were pro sent at the meeting Howard mus Selman. H. H. Furman. J. W Swartz. Or. Robbins. Jesse Shannon. Samuel Werkheiser. R. J. Vigg. S. A. Mccoy. A h. Grone and William v. Oglesby Esq. Or. Laumaster s action in this matter will 1m awaited with a g�mm1 a Leal of into re St by those inter St Al in y m Ltd a work child 8calded. Elizabeth the five Vear old daughter of Kinney Evans East Mark to Street was set Al Ltd my no Lay of temp non. The Little girl was visiting her aunt. Mrs. Charles Hill. Who lives next a la a or and in playing about the room she ran against mrs. Hill who was carrying a a Misti �4 1tiling water the hot lib Iii a spill a drenching the Chihlas right Arm from the shot Ihler to the Elute. The scald was a Uitz painful. Hack ride to Northumberland. The following Young Jie Ople front this City a Joy a a Hack ride to not a them by Rland last night where they were 11 Vertaim a at the Home of a Fri tul Mises Pearl Snyder. Ali a Shetz. Pearl Jackson. Ii Tina Smith. Annie he Iii Mali la Perry George re est and e�1ward Leanty Republican primaries Mckinley s birthday to be incorporated in the Flag Days. Danville and Mahoning township their nominations. Mak it the republicans of the Imam go of Danville and Mahoning township held their primaries Monlay night the polls were open i tween the hours of 6 to and 8 of clock. Rather mor than the usual interest was manifested in the Prima Ries the turnout a of voters it Onsi Deritta the cd it edition of the weather being site Good. First Warp. The nominations in the first Ward were As foil a is councilman w w. Davis. Sch Mil director. Al f will iams. Judge of election. W it Kramer. Inspector. W. J. Williams con stable. W. E. Young. High Constable. B. B. Brown. By a re it ngh auditor. Charles g. Cloud. Pm a director. Henry wire Mati. Delegates George Reifsnyder and f. M. Herrington. Second Ward. The rep Bli ans a of the second Ward held their primary election monday Ere. The caucus was called to order by Harry Seidel. Harry Shick was chosen it hair Man and Harry Seidel and j k Bird secretaries. For Council three years. Thomas j. Swank. Sch a it a director three years. David Haring Constable Elijah Morgan. Judge of election j. H. Boyer. Inspector of election. J k. Bird. Harry Seidel and Harry shirk were selected As delegates to the Borough and District convention with instructions to vote for b b. Brown High Constable John l. Jones for a Orong auditor and Henry Wireman pm it a director. Third Ward. The third a Ward nominated the of i lowing ticket councilman. Three years. David Montgomer it one year. John Patton. School director j b. Cleaver. Judge of election. Nurtis a a it a. Inspector James Henderson. Constable and High Constable b b Brown Borough auditor. Charles Cloud pm mar a lir act it a Henry Wireman. Delegates John Gaskins and Omar Young fourth Ward. The Republic ans of the fourth Ward monday night nominated the following Council three years Albert e Lloyd. School a lim tor. Three years. Samuel Jackson. Judge of election. Alex Mann. Inspector of Electie it a. Nicholas Hill. Constable. Jan it a Straussner. Delegates to the Borough and a i trip to convention a James t Magill and John Jenkins were instructed t vote for Lawrence Snyder for High Constable. John l. Jones Lio rough auditor Henry wire Inan. Poor a i rect or Mahon in. Township. Mahoning township republicans a in Ina Ted the following pair director Henry Wireman. School years. Alfred Diehl. Let re i Diliert auditor three year John p Weaver supervisors f. L White for ling. Judge a it of election. Martin l. Bloom. Inspector of election Edward Wertman Constable William Hartzell. Delegates to District convention. John e role erts and James o. Warner Riverside primary election. The republicans River Ide la re Mph hell their primaries Friday night. The following dominations were my a Council. 3 years William kind i 1 year. W j Keim school a lire to re years k r Bird and John Snyder 2 year John Lindan 1 year. W j. Keim overseer of the in a j it my Keg Han. Constable and higher a a same Jhn Snyder. Auditor. William Lewi judge of the election. David it a a tvs inspector. Grant Huber candlemas Day. In the Catholic can Robes of Thi Lio Cese sunday the announcement a of candlemas a which will lie celebrated next Somlay was made on the Casio in special services will be hell in the Catholic Church of this City a it a this Day the candles which a used on the altar for the year Are candlemas Dav is also of Metal significance because on tin Day the Bear and ground hog crawl but of their Winter s resting place and if they see their Shadow it s a it Ign the will 1� six weeks More of Ltd old we Athit if they fail to see their Shadow they remain out. As it is a sign that Winter is at an end. Death of mrs. Hugh Oliver. Mrs Hugh Oliver a lib a at her Home North Mill Street yesterday morning Ngel 54 years. Death was due to a complication of did ask the deceased pm ing ill for months mrs a diver was Well known and had Many friends about town i addition to it her Hus hand she is survived l v the following children Mary wife of Frank Kmer and misses Katherine Anna Ella and Hugh of Thia City John of Wilkz a Lorre and William. Ltd Hamilton. 1 mad a the funeral arrangements will i made known later burned by a Flash from oils. Frank rant rougher at Howe a a pm do s. Was had Burn d by a i i a from the Rolls on tuesday night. The hash struck him so liar a 111 the his eyes in a very serious manner a was relieved As soon As msih1e by the apply action of some familiar remedies kept on hand at the works after which he was led to his Horne a will n incapacitated for a Ltd re for <111 time Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and to material generally the Lush her announces to the Public that he i prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing fall kinds and description or Iet our paces before place your orders. My and ills Trig conventions Delegate elected by both parti a tuesday Vigue. Mth and a Inbi it a ans arb his a thir a no ngh Ami District 9�nv�n Tion tuesday Vethe former at the fled Dens House and the latter at the Oliver. The democratic a a Lugat Fogt no Ned at a of la a a the f1 lowing Law ing pro ent first Ward Emanuel it idler aut a a Seph keep a. Sec it a 1� Ward them Kerns Axel Thomas Black. Third 1ft and John sch Maer and William Russell fourth Ward a Achiazer am Thomas Mcc Affrey. Mahonin j a. Finmand James the latter Efey men to a represent i it Aniel a lev the be Legate elected who was ill did Nabie to attend William rns Aell was elected pro Dent of the a mention and Thomaa Kerns Secretary before proceeding to the Lection of a poor director j l. Kim railed Atten tip in of the delegates to the fact hat Henry Schram is Mahoning township a nominee of a or that office that rhe serv third and fourth wards it of the Hor Ough which nominate Jonathan Rudy in de lining to endorse the township s Choice had departed from Rrt atom and were making a mistake which it was not to it late the Delegate to a a or it in one a Castro before he said the Borough bad declined to no lore the township s Choice with the result that when it rame to a the election the do a Cratit it Andis Lafe was Defeated he la egged the delegates to consider that if the disc Matey was persisted m and a no Minee other than Henry Schram seated for the tip Ker it inst Ify the township in retaliating at some future Ime by ignoring the a Orong a a Broce regardless of what the result might he he urged the delegates therefore to stand by Henry Schram. Willyun Russell and in enrage bad Hinger each pm a he in favor of Jonathan Rudy while it seemed to he the general View that whatever might be the merits a it or Schram claim for not Minario it a he w Gates had not it Choice but to vote a ording to their a vote was then taken Jonathan Rndy reviving the votes of the Send the third and the fourth Ward Ai in All. While Henry Schram received the Delegate of the first Ward and Mah n ing township bar in All. Or Rdv having a majority was Erhard the nominee the District a invention adorned after which the Borough convention we organize the same officer being Rutm tinned for High a a a unstable Augustus Zender received the nomination there was air a pro Itin and he was Chi in he Arria Marion for audit Harry Overly was Ata Ina Ted he was also the Only and mar and was a a be a by a dam atom be pull an 3�tion the Republican invention met at a o clock the following it delegates present ing their credentials first Ward Hsy or Reif no Ler and Frank Herrington second Ward Harry shot a and Harry seize third Ward Ltd mar Young and John Gaskns fourth Ward James t magi am John Jenkins Mahsun. T in ship John re Herts and j 1 Warner John Kola its was Rhen prescient of the convention an Frank hernia Goa Sei rotary Henry Wireman has a of Pistioa for poor director he was in in rated by acclamation for High no state there were two a a a and Nantes b b. Or in and ukr olt it Snyr Ler or Brown received the vote Ltd All the Delegate eve ept the f the fourth we Rel what supp a red Many Ler Bents a b Brown therefore was deflated the nominee in nominating a re a ugh a a it a there was a Dea of a which a leaved the invention for an by mrw new a liar Les g loud receive the of the first and the Tim Ward and John l Jones a of the Seow and Tod the of a Fth Ward ten Ball to m All were Akes without an exec Tom when or Jaa withdrew whereupon or us Ufal was nominated a acclamation the rep la i an yesterday it a overt a is that the convention .4 tue Lay night at which then a ugh in Ketwaun a Tenn of de was Cir non it Ted illegally it will be re to Iii ers fat a a a in Robert of Mahoning township a elected press Lent and f m Herrington a Ecta to re after nominating the pm or my a d Lau iian to a and w to it Ninvill last a a a a a in or in. Whip i was 1. Gal in Ltd a the Ramzan n the convention mad a mistake by pro a ceding with the nomination for High Constable and a a it a ngh auditor with ont reorganizing each of these Nam flees were select a i with or Roberts cd the township a president of the a Miren Tion to legalize matters the. A a rental was relied last night All the delegates with the a off a tip in if f m Hungt in a it of the first want am Jhn Jenkins <4 the fourth War being present is Gorge was made president am it hear Yang Ami John Gaskin secretaries the convention resulted in the same i Hho an Tandu night b b Brown for High a a to a i in 1 har a �7 1 tid f a auditor

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