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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 8, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaNo Niwnia vol. .55�?no 20danville pa., thursday. July 8, 1909 established in 18-50 do. h. .ie.nmngs, dbn11st. Of fact hours . To. St. 104 still >r., 1&Quot. St. To 4 a. M. Danville a x �tlllt/., m. 425 my. St., Danville diseases of the stomach and i specially in a. Note Shine a tems condensed. The annual convention of Trio lather league societies of the state of Penn Sylvan it commenced yesterday in Christ lutheran Church at York and will last three Days. Moro than two Hundred delegates Are present. At Chester a hungarian family floated the Flag of Hungary Over it Flag of America on monday Aud almost succeeded in starting a Small riot. Two Voung lieu. Walter Locke Aud George Fisher forcibly entered the House and hauled the foreign Emblem Down. While loading Hay at Sioux town Hoffman fell from the Wagon up 1 placed on ferry str. A i i who Vas pitching the Hay. The hues and lower Mulberry streets penetrated itis leg to a depth of a a Beaver Caj de attention Trade action was taken by the Borough Council Friday looking to an Abare quient of the canal nuisance the in tolerable and unsanitary condition of the old waterway was dwelt upon at Groat length. On motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that the attention of state commissioner of health or. Dixon to called to the deplorable condition of the old canal and that lie be asked to Aid the Borough in getting rid of the nuisance. Of motion it was ordered that bids a for making plans ter fewer the As required by Che state depart rent of health in order to prepare finally for the adoption of a sewage disposal Plant said bids to to submitted at the next Pecolar meeting. Of if or. Cleaver it was ordered he Secretary notify the d. L. Be w. Hai Ruad company to repair the Railroad crossing on Perry Borer. On Morion of or Cleaver it was ordered mat a coat of Lime Stone be a. Critical. H try Ellsworth a beggar who Sells Penci Frand shoestrings in the streets Active crossing at the Alley intersect ing Northumberland Street at w. L. Gouger a warehouse. On motion the Street commissioner was ordered to of Kile entered an automobile garage take the necessary repair.-. Lately and bought a runabout. He asked that the machine in stored until he pot enough Money to ship it Home. Tue famous Azniu rocks near Wagues Burg. Were blasted recently. These landmarks stood Over one Hundred feet High and were perpendicular. They had become shaky lately and were considered dangerous to travellers hence their removal. Tiiu Flinchbaugh living near York celebrated his Ninetieth birthday saturday by working in the Harvest Field assisting his Sou Edward to Garner in the Golden Grain. He was Able to keep no the Pace with the younger men and them to Marvel at his Powers of endurance. Working As a machinist s Helper in the Reading railway shops at Reading Aud applying his spate moments to study Frank j. Beck passed very creditably a civil examination in Philadelphia and has been appointed to a position in the United states department of Justice at Mcneil Island where one of the National prisons is located. The following Membres were pret but a Clitz Cleaver Finnigan Everhart lies Marshall Connolley Aud von i thu. On motion of or. A Leaver the Street commissioner was instructed to repair the Crossings at Church and front streets excitement was caused in Danville about two of clock saturday afternoon by Che report that three men presumably attacked a boy of the farm tenanted by s. W. Delbert just beyond Riverside Heights Aud that they had set the barn on fire and fled. An immediate investigation showed that the barn was in flames and that Rue Farmers of the Countryside were instituting a search for the Incendio ies. Two unto mobiles Well filled left Davilo instantly one of them Cun to icing the chid of police to assist in Nuu Iii Down the incendiaries and tie other to. J. Prices car containing among others a representative of this paper. The fire occurred 00 the farm owned jointly by mrs. H. H. Vastine of South Danville an 1 miss Annie met tier of this City. When the automobiles arrived at the farm the bams a Frame Structure some 60 i 40 feet it in ashes along wit1, t o build dig was destroyed a year old Colt Winch was in the Bam Yard Aud ran Back Luto the Fla pics also five and a number of Little pigs. About six tons of new made Hay. Sixty Bush Els of Oats Ami Twenty Liv. Bushels of Corn wore burned along wit ii a Spring Wagon a buggy single Aud doable harness a new self Binder a cultivator a Drill two plows Bob sleds and a Corn planter. The two horse team the harness and the Hay Wagon which were in use. Were saved along with a Mower Ami a sprue tooth Harrow. The first discovery. About 1 of clock saturday afternoon or Delbert and hired Man went out ordered that the Petreit be instructed to raise the crossing stones on ferry Street at the rear of Josiah Job Boru r residence. On motion of or. Cleaver Jacob Dietz was Given Permis Friou to close the Alley at his residence on East Market Street Foca period of time less than a week while constructing n Concrete sidewalk. The following Bills were approved for payment Borough Deb t. Labor and hauling Public meeting on july kit the notices Are posted announcing a Public meeting to be Field in City Hall july ii h for tie purpose of bearing objections to the paving proposition Ca East Market Street in the Section embraced Between Pino Street Aud Cook s court. At the meeting will also be considered the propriety and the expediency of the passage and enactment of an ordinance providing for paving and Risburg curbing Aud for the assessment Aud continent special collection by Dee and Legal process of two thirds of the Cost and expense of a the National convention of the improvement from the owners of re estate bounding or abutting pursuant to tiie petition recently presented Aud now of file. The Borough you Neil has not abandoned Hope of being Able to pave the above Section of East Market Street the present season although that it will be very late before the work is gotten under Way is quite obvious. Tiie idea of securing state Aid in paving East Market Street As was done of North Mill Street seems to have been abandoned As impracticable. As set Forth in the notices two thirds of the Cust of paving and curbing will of collected from owners of property on motion of or. Finnigan it was into one of the Back Fields for a of l a. Mrs Deibert went along to assist in raking. A Small boy belonging t it a neighbor and a six year old daughter of or and mrs. were in watch the cows in tiie pasture were left behind a the Bam. Scarcely had or. Deibert Aud his Man began to Load tiie Hay when they discovered smoke in the direction of the farm buildings. An investigation showed that the barn was on tire. It was not Long until a Good sized crowd of people had ail dressed themselves to the difficult task of saving the House which stood very near the barn in the direction opposite that from which the wind was blow ing. Driven by the High wind the flames from tin barn almost licked the roof of the House. Fortunately however Ali building was covered with Slat nevertheless it was on fire a couple of times. Anticipating the worst the bedding and a portion of the Furnin a were carried ont of the dwelling. Large fire brands were blown at a distance of Over one eighth of a mile setting a stubble Field on fire at sever but for most heroic Effort outline part of c Yvo. Gearhart the fire a amp Tel. Co co 1290.00 11 t. 15. 0 25.41 28.00 i. 25 211.00 regular employees James Gibson. Valker amp Kepler e. A. Adams. Frank Sohram United Tel Ephom Standard Gas co u. S. Express co. Western Union Tel. P. J. Keefer. Danville structural tubing co Yve liver hardware co w. T. She Persua water depot. Regular employees $153.50 Hazleton a Shinery a us j a to 13 f people a a Coal co a. M. Peters. Standard Gas co. Friendship fire co. .40 8 50 20.00 05. A 5 24.17 00.4033 so a Small boy turned up in tins City saturday whose Fertile imagination will no doubt win him distinction some Day unless his recklessness anti temerity in trifling with policemen shall get him into grave difficulty. Shortly after one o clock saturday afternoon Charles Frehafer near his Home of Railroad Street met a Small boy who was crying. The Little fellow gave ill name n a Aleph Hodgkins of Reading Ami said thus to had been stolen from Horn a three men. At the p in r. Station according to his Story he had escaped from his captors he was hungry Aud did not know where to go. The Case aroused tiie pity of or. Frehafer and lie took the boy to it i his Home and famished him with a in huh after which lie called up chief of Pel ice Minc Etnoyer and apprised him of what had occurred. The chief of police obtained a horse an i Carriage and drove up to Railroad Street for the boy. The Little fellow repeated his Story to the a Hoof. But r i re were certain inconsistencies in the recital to it did n i Dupres the officer very favourably and by a sweating process applied to got altogether another from the lad. Which was in effect that he had ran a was from tils Home in Reading. His Mother w a a widow lie said. Her name was Marv Hodgkins and in making a living was a i t from Home a great Deal. There were tears in the Little Fellows Eye and with difficulty lie repressed a Sobas he Tol l How he Iliad discovered that there was a movement on foot a to him away a by which he meant or was to be commit Ted to a Home or orphanage. Sooner than lose ids Freedom so his Story ran he had decided to run away. The boy v a Niue years of age and was cleanly Ami Well dressed. He had come to Danville on a freight train he said. He was not sure when he let s Home of Friday night he slept i a for car somewhere Between Danville Reading. By this time the chief with tip i Iliad arrived at City Hall where officer called up the chief of police if Reading. While the Reading chief started oar to find the Hoy s Mother l chief Minee mover handed the lad Over to councilman William Dentsch first having the Little fellow a bag of pea nuts. Councilman Dent h not to be outdone by Tel. Chief generosity took tiie boy Home and gave him a Square meal. Not a runaway. Shortly afterwards the rending chief was heard from. I a itty d Sno vend the boy s Motl i. T a Iress Given but the Hodgkins was not lie was in Dauville. It t to was Here visiting ids win resides of Welsh Hill no aug him was his fifteen but Aud boy the it is unfortunate Chat the Observance of fourth of july in this City was marred by the occurrence of a serious Accident which it is feared May result in the Loe of a Eye. The victim of the Accident was James a. Hodge a clerk in the clot Liing establishment of 8. F. Ricketts. Or. Hodge had taken his family into the country to spend the Day Aud about dark in a Hack was returning to town. H a waa driving in Mill Street and was approaching Murray s Corner when a girl stood of tiie sidewalk holding in her hand a roman Candi or a firework of that sort. She held the artworks Bolow that the balls of fire ejected were right in line with tie horse.-. Fearing that the animals would take fright or. Hodge called to the girl to aim higher to that the fire hails ejected would pass Over the horses. The girl probably hastened to comply but Only succeeded in raising the firework of a level with or. Hodge s head and tiie next moment he received tiie fiery missile ejected plur up in the left Eye. A most terrible injury was inflicted of the delicate Organ Aud he endured a agony of pain that baffles description. He was taken to or. Pauless drug store where the injury was temporarily created. To was removed to Liis Home on Bloom Street where to was attended by the family play Sickau or. Curry. During the night he suffered intensely. Yesterday lie went to Bloomsburg to consult the Eye specialist or. Brown. Bot i or. Curry Aud or. Paules agree that the injury is a very serious one and neither is at at optimistic As to die outcome. Tiie in Licato organism of the Eye is ruptured and the bad f Fleeth of the injury from the first were very marked. Or Reeds injury. Oil monday night at the Corner of Mill and a Nhoung streets some one threw a pack of lighted firecrackers at veterinarian Reed Asho wat passing. Tiie exploding firecrackers struck him alongside the head burning him and producing a concussion of the ear which threatened prices results. The two above named accidents an the worst that have marked fourth i it. July Observance in this City for sever Al years past. Montour Castle installs officers Independence Day was celebrated on monday in the various ways that suited tiie taste of our citizens. It would be using an inapplicable term to say that the fourth of july was it could Only to Quot quiet in tiie sense anal tiie Observance was unmarked by any demons Rution that brought out a great concourse of people. In Point of fact it would be difficult to recall a Day when Mere fireworks Ware discharge 1, which implies conditions i lie opposite of quiet a the twin and Racket readied its height about 10 30 of clock monday night. Now was it quiet so bad As at the Corner of Mill and Mahoning streets. At tills Point for upwards of a hour it was impossible fur even a pest Ria to pass wit i safety. Not Only the or noway hut even the sidewalks seemed covered with exploding fireworks. Trio usual pyrotechnic display in which figured rockets roman candles and the like was visible in different parts of town and was witnessed at an advantage from Fin River Bridge. In addition to the firemen a picnic base Hall was an attraction a considerable number our citizens journeying to Halo Mehurg by trolley in the after Nociti to sea the game at that place. Many families Pic nicked along the Cycle path or in other Sylvan Aud sheltered place that abound within a mile or so of town others enjoyed a drive into the country while still others went fishing. Crops suffer for want of rain aboard Cross continent special. I Wcur i Ovi to .1 v beat Frank c. Angle proprietor of the a a , in whih event of do we u to the lug Imd. There might Irav morning news left Lue Ian for her been a terrible conflagration that where lie met tiie across train chartered by the Newark Lodge of elks to attend elks at los Angele. Although the objective Point of tiie special will be los Angeles the train will visit Many cities and other places of interest eur route the trip taking about six weeks bounding or abutting of Iii Dion of the Street to be paved. Cost of the remaining one third \ a a bore by tiie Boroug i and the to y com Pany which latter has Pace Between tie rails an i or two feet on each Side of the track. Considering the status of i Henri seems hardly probable in it. Go o or 1 Fri i Section of East Market. 11 get a tit in line for paving tiie or i at , if at aug time in the near future largest Flag in world. While the largest Flag in the world was being unfurled 200 feet in the air in Pittsburg one of the ropes came Loose Aud the hug unfurled Only two Feer. Michael Monroe climbed out on a steel the eighteenth Story of the Frick building and caught the rope and brought it in. The feat was witness d by thousands of cheering people. Would have swept several Farrus probably destroying the lying or in close proximity Are several Grain Fields All dry Aud ready for the reaper. The Hoy who fim created tiie in Prensa a a that the fire was started by three vagrant who had assaulted him. Finally departed from his Story and tiie evidence became pretty conclusive that the Blaze was started by a firecracker. Tiie search for the incendiaries was Ahau doped Early. The barn was insured in the Kush township Mutual fire ids ran a company. Or. Deibert the tenant did not carry a cent of insurance. His less in about a thousand dollars. A Runa was to i a grand it and Jaccoi year old that to proved de Yon it i f ii then is came a person Dign to could a i and Oun oilman were a Graut example of or r Aud deception do Quot a. Tiie chief As be of his authority Aud u get let the Vonti Nul Ananius go without reproof. Which the officer emphasized with a vigorous Crip or t1 a youngsters Arm that nearly Lifry 1 him i his feet. To v boy was not Blind to his of p �1 ties it r gain shown by to a following. Whir fee thug on councilman Deatsch e c t Rcd to he ventured the remark of wonder if the chief is anyways tight a i got a hag of Peanut out of him i would like to strike him for some fireworks a dispensary nurse is a Bride at a regular session of Montour Cardie no. 18��. K. G e. On evening the Folio Wing officers were in stalled for the ensuing term past chief Clark i. Kishel chief. Roy k. Vangilder vice chief John f. Henning High priest Bruce Mccracken venerable Hermit. Geo. W. Robinson worthy Bard Dallas Hammer worthy Criam Herlau Claude Greenman Ensign. Allen Moodie Esquire Charles Elliott. 1st guard. Dennis he Rigg 2ud guard. Charles Mausteller l bios us. District grand chief f. M. Herrington was the installing officer. There was Biho a class initiated in the 1st or pilgrims degree. Unless rain soon tails the Fari curb of Titis Section May not have such a very prosperous season after All. Notwithstanding the Hij a prices that prevail. Up to Neaily the Middle of june there was a abundance of rain it is True hot fur three or four weeks past Over on county there has been no rain to speak of. During the iut Cusell hot weather practically nil the moisture in the ground was absorbed by the Sun and a condition of drought now prevails. The cold in seasonable weather that accompanied the Rains a month ago retarded the growth of grass and Corn -1 that both of these were in a backward state when the drought set in. 1 a Hay who h is now being made at a y places is not More than half a crop. The o a exception seems to be the wheat who i appear Ryvik and Well filled. The country Road Arp v p do which has mown r Over rim Fields and settled t tiie fences Aud Huil link a the i parched at Many places tiie r re shr Veling up while potatoes Ca a acc arc at a standstill. The locality Between this Quot in h blood Isburg seems t it have Hud a Benefit of recent showers a above de script u Mav not apply Ove a Large Section of Montour Cuury including Liberty and Valley townships As Well As a Large area on the South Side of the River drought conditions prevail. Atm flick up. Rhe but company of 12th regiment n. G. B. Will leave tomorrow for it. Gretna where the annual Encampment will be held. The Advance detail or camping party will leave of the p a. M. Pennsylvania train today. Besides Corporal Demott. Who will be in charge the camping party will consist of privates Morgan Gaskin and Lunger. Two Cooks Terson Aud Nevis so will accompany the camping party. At Banbury the detail will join the regimental train arriving at it. Gretna about 5 c lock tills evening the of the camping party comprise the erection of tents and petting the Camp in readiness for the a Jui Pany which will arrive tomorrow evening. Following the camping party will he tin company a baggage which will lie loaded on a freight car sidetracked at 8 Outh Danville during this fore on. The baggage to be moved was piled up in the armory last evening ready for shipment and in the variety pm braced was worthy of study As it a it sealed hcs Many real comforts enter into a guardsman s life at Camp. In the first place it should be re marked that the mod in Soldier As a Rule docs not sleep on the ground. A few Adjere to this primitive Mode of sleeping Aud Captain Herrington is one Wito declares that tie prefers a bed on the ground but judging Frum the number of cots in evidence the greater number prefer a More comfortable bed. Twenty army regulation cots were counted besides n Good Many of a More primitive sort. Among the baggage is a steel Duz Zcot Range whose capacious oven would roast nearly a Hundred weight of beef at one time. There is a barrel for ice water besides chests tables barrels Aud boxes galore quite enough along with the to Euting to fill a freight car the a containing the company a will reach so Bury in time to connect with the baggage train and will arrive at it. Greta soon after Kite camping party gets there. The pc Cut i the first time that the Cook have Ever accompanied the Advance detail. They formerly went with the company Aud As was natural under the circumstance there was delay before anything could be prepare. D to cat during which tiie guardsmen ravenously hungry after their Long ride endured a Good bit of discomfort. The result of the departure just inaugurated will a that when the guardsmen arrive at Camp Friday not Only will they find tiie Teut it elected and the Camp in readiness but also Well Prepura it i and meal v be awaiting them. The company will leave for Camp. A the 12 it Pennsylvania tomorrow be copying a special car which will i it in waiting a South . A Sui. Burn the car will he attached to the regimental train w l will arrive at or. Gretna about 5 p. M. Captain Herrington will be acc oui Paniell by fifty nine men which is about the average showing of late years. Casper Diseroad claimed by death new feeding stuffs i. Funeral of mrs. J. H. Brobst. The funeral of mrs. George e. Brobst married in Brooklyn. Thursday evening july 1st, at 7 p m. In the Calvary episcopal Church Brooklyn Arthur 1 ordeal eve. Manhattan Avenue not w York Virv took Pis toe Day Fovea too Weana min Edna Iberson of a 1.1 r a we a con local Iau Mil Rodney Street Brooklyn were United in Matri pre bytes j Mooy Olio Groom was formerly a Rusl room Burg. I. Be pall of West Hemlock township and is Rev. Fris \ p. Brobst. M. Rob if a ter e. 8andel. Iucker in Columbia cemetery. A wedding which came As a Complete Surprise was that of de e. Caldwell and miss Esther Geddis. Of of 442. Bloom Burg. The Bride is the trained nurse who has been in charge of patients of the Danville tuberculosis dispensary. Both or. Caldwell and Geddis left on their Var Tiou several weeks the new feeding affy Law which was enacted by the last legislature will take effect the fir to Day of August next. Tli9 new Law limits the amount of Greaud Corn cobs Aud or hails Aud see As adulterants in concentrated commercial of tedium stuffs and so makes it possible to free the markets of Pennsylvania from undesirable feeds. The co operation of a i manuf Aetui ers of and dealers in feeding stuff As Well As the Public press is solicited in the Effort to carry ont Tho Provins of new Law. Copies of the Law will be a but to any put a on making application to tin s office for tiie same. At profit one of the principals of the ago and upon their ret n to blooms Ledrew school of English new y Olav. Cherry blossoms on a Rosebush. A climbing Rose Vine on the property of Ltd. H. Stiefel at Fairview and a Aid nor avenues. In South Orange. N. A. Is to Hubert s oat Hollo Church. Buried today. The funeral of Edward tiie three year old child of or. And mrs. Joseph mayan who died tuesday will take at 2 of clock this afternoon from Uter hearing Cherry blossoms. The to vines Are clinging to the branches of n Cherry tree. The blossoms that have matured have left knobs that look As if they might turn ont to be somewhat like cherries. Merit in St. Hubert a cemetery. Will preach at Trinity. Rev. Goorge Womer of St. Paul s methodist episcopal Church will Prea. I this evening a Trinity Metli-1 Odist episcopal Church. Everybody invited Burg on tuesday they announced that they had been married a Baltimore on june 80th. The Bride was one of the members of the first graduating class of the Joseph rattle Hospital. Or. I Caldwell has for a number of v been one of Tho corps of mail Herat Bloomsburg. Hurrah for the fourth. Three routing cheers fur the Dorlous fourth from each Independence Lover. And three times three for the glorious fifth when. Twill nearly nil he Over Kan a try to lure Flag 1800 feet High. Boys in the Gordon Valley near stretching rope Between two mountains and taut ening them wit i the Aid of monday succeeded in floating Quot old glory 1,800 feet above the Earth. Mrs. Mary Shepperson front Street is visiting her daughter mrs. J. A. Bowman Pittsburg. That dinner prepared by Uncle Sam s to Oil How our flagged spirits were Revi a it by Flint music and with what a curl in a it went to sleep Auxel Eyerly of visiting his grandmother mrs Andrews North Mill Street. Miss Bess Harpel returned to it. Garniel yesterday after a visit with or. And mrs. T. R. Angle. West Market Street of a ire near Potts Roxy the Home of John Manger near pottsgrove was burned of sunday afternoon while the family was at. Church. I the fire was discovered by Thomas Philadelphia is Miller of Milton who was j by Harriet in his automobile. The fire caught in an out Kitchen in which tie pump was located and no water could be reached. The fire was quickly communicated to the House which was destroyed together with All it contents. Will Settle Umpire question it is Likely that the system of umpiring in the Susquehanna league which has proven so ineffective during tiie past several week will be hanged in the near future president Fred a. Steiber of blooms Burg yesterday stared that it was his intention to Call a meeting of the managers within the next week at which the matter of umpires will be settled. Before and after. A that couple used to to inseparable a a year ago Quot he observed a and now you hardly Over Ace them together. Why is it do you know a a yes a said she. A they weren to mar ried a year York Tress. Jacob duster is among those who have left to attend the elks a Conven Tiou at los angelas Cal. He will also Atud the Alaska Yukon exposition at Seattle. Or. Aud mis. Charles s. Baker it Tui d the Day after a few Days visit with joint a and Eagone Kemp at Williamsport. Or. And mrs. T. W. Clapp of Pittsburg. Arrived yesterday for a visit at the Home of Paul Clapp East Market Street. I. George Wintersteen Aud Daugh to r. Left yesterday for a visit with the former s sister. Mrs. Frank Yeager Sunbury. Mrs. Mary Rentz Iron Street has returned from a Teu Days trip to Glen Rock Baltimore and to Chester Beach Maryland. Mrs. Eliza Lees and grandson Charles Jobborn Centre Street spout yesterday with Friend in a unhurt. Mrs. Viola Smith. Riverside is the guest of miss Emma Epler Northumberland. Mrs. Darrah Eck Mati Aud to Hihl Ren Thelma Aud Florence returned to Sunbury Vest Jay after a visit at the Hekmati Home. South Danville mrs. O. O. Moyer. Penn Street will have today for a visit with her Niece. Mis Mary Reid usher new York City. Miss Vera Martz of Strawberry Ridge has returned to her Home after a visit with or. Aud mrs. Charles Foust upper Mulberry Street. Can per Diseroad the Well known contras or and builder died it the Himo of Iii son in Law and daughter or. Aud mis William Jackson Riv Emde at 1 10 of clock yesterday morning. Death ensued As the Lesul of injuries sustained in a fall. Or. Diseroad was picking cherries one week ago today when a limb i Roke beneath his weight and he was precipitated headfirst to the ground a distance a about fifteen feet. He sustained inter Nal injuries which super induced a attack of Pleura Neu Arcnia. To was in a very Low condition for several Days preceding death. The deceased was a native of in is county Bat lived in Danville for Many years. He was a Good citizen 1 industrious in his habits and he held the esteem of his follow men. He was a Veteran of the civil War serving a three years enlistment in company a 104th regiment. Although not a member at the time of i death for Many years he belonged to Goodrich Post no. 22, g. A. R. And was a past commander of the pot Tho deceased was age. Sixty five years one Mouth and six a lays he is survived by two sons and four daughters William Diseroad of Atlantic City or. B. Franklin Diseroad of Philadelphia or j. S Hubbell of East Branch n. Y. Mrs. I William Jackson of Riverside. Mrs. William Evans and mrs. George Foust of Danville. John Diseroad of blooms Burg Aud mrs. Adam Christian of Danville Are brother and sister of the deceased. The funeral will be held at 10 3.1 of clock tomorrow morning from the late residence of the deceased no. �25� grand treet this City 0 interment will take place in Fairview cemetery i

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