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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 26, 1900, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontou a i Amer la an Frank c. Angle proprietor. I Cal president % or / amp a Lac. To i / it v / $01 a v.-. I to Row a it Quot a a v a up. I a a r William my Kinley of Ohio. Koi Vick president Ockwood a the gtd it re hot it Seypelt. A new yorker. Auditor general. Edward in. He trip i Burgh it if a sync. A it it a Ltd Ressman a claim i e. Galusha a. Grow a a a Lianna. Kolwit s. Forderer. Of in Iladel shift. Fla cd to los at Lar in. Arnold of Clearfield. Clarence Wolf of Philadelphia. Frank ii. Bali of Delaware. A Roberta Ltd of Montgomery. Ills. Another eventful Day in the Kentucky sensation. The threats of John Powers. One witness swore that he Dee in real ult would id willing to kill Cee Rai. Nud another Euril slim Sny m the demo cent would Mot be seated. Georgetown ky., july 25.�?yesterday was the most eventful Day of the trial of Caleb Powers charged with complicity in the Goebel shooting since the hearing of the testimony began nearly two weeks ago. The Tes Timony was nearly All corroborative. Among the possibilities for the witness stand today Are Robert Noaks whose Cross examination was suspended last saturday. F. Wharton Golden and Mckenzie Todd the latter private Secretary to governor Taylor. It was definitely stated last night that Henry Youtsey will not be placed on the stand. Among yesterday witnesses was miss Ella Smith of Barbourville. She told of a conversation Between John Power and herself on Jun. 10. They were regretting the Colson Scott tragedy which happened at Frankfort that Day. And Powers said there would to More bloodshed at Frankfort if Goebel was seated. Witness was Quot surprised at this statement and said a Quot of or. Powers you would not be willing to kill him. Would you a then Powers replied that he would. Miss Bessie Hardin of Frankfort corroborated much of the evidence of the prosecution As to the arrival of the mountaineers. James Fletcher of Knox county a testified that he heard John Powers say in december Quot Taylor has been elected governor and if any Effort is made to count him out Goebel will never be John f. Dazier of Knox county testified that he heard Charles Finley then Secretary of state Tell Caleb Powers Early in december that he would leave a Shotgun loaded with Buckshot in the office of the Secretary of state and Advt aed Powers to use it if any attempt was made to unseat him. The court excluded this testimony on the ground that it was not competent. George Lockhart of Knox county told of Caleb Powers arranging with him to go armed to Frankfort for a month. Powers told him he would be paid if Taylor won the contest. Three More let Lin of the Mannle. New York july 25.�?the men on a i ged in cleaning up the Saule # last night came upon the remains of three More bodies. They appear to have be a can. And must have b it Ujj b., Burn a to being drowned tin re was i to it More than Bonus in the Corner Weic to y were found. Ambassador Draper resigns. A nuts to Italy to attend to it in i l l \ ate a Anil end. Milford mass. July 25.�?Gen. William f. Draper of Hopedale has sent to Washington a letter tendering his resignation As United states ambassador to Italy. Gen. Draper made no Danville. A. July. 26 i 900 All communications sent to the am kid j can for publication must be signed by the writer and communications not so signed will Lee rejected. Gen. William a. Draper statement As to the reasons he has for taking this step other than his business at Hopedale demands Bis entire attention. He refuses to speak of the matter in detail until a reply is received from Washington but said to a reporter that the letter was sent in Good Faith and he Hopes it will be accepted. The interests of Gen. Draper in Hopedale engage about 3,000 hands. Marking their Gamp equipments. The members of company f. Twelfth regiment have been very Busy during the past fews Days marking blankets and other equipments preparatory to going to it. Gretna. Fine new fatigue bats which Are Simi liar to to a formerly used arrived yesterday and a requisition has been made for Blue flannel shirts and due pc trousers. The following hours for duty cabs Are announced commencing on saturday August 4th, at 9 of clock a. M. First Call 5.25 of clock a. M. Reveille one gun5.30 of clock a. M. Police Call 0 of clock a. M. Mess Call breakfast 0.30 of clock a. sick Call 7.30 of clock a. M. Guard mounting. 8o�?Tclock a. M. Drill 8 30 of clock a. M. Mess Call dinner12 of clock Drill evolutions regiment brigade2 of clock p. M. Parade 0 of clock p. M. Mess Call supper7 of clock p. M. Retreat Sunset Tattoo 9.30 of clock . Taps 10 p. M. Roll Call at reveille and Tattoo. The trumpet Calls will be repeated promptly from brigade Headquarters and will be obeyed and respected. Brigade evolutions will be confined to movements used in Campaign. It is expected that time will be found for certain evolutions of the division. Another yachting fatality. Three children dead ii nil four oth pm injured one fatally. Syracuse july 25.�?through the explosion of a steam tube connecting with the boiler in the steam yacht Trilby owned and commanded by Fred. L. Spink of Scriba Oswego county three Young children lost their lives one More was frightfully scalded and three older people were More or less burned Here at 2 of clock yesterday afternoon. The dead Are Eva Spink 9 years old Gladys Spink 7 years Fern Spink 2 years. Wounded capt. Fred. Spink left Arm and hand scalded mrs. Fred. Spink scalded about legs and Abdomen Herald Spink aged 4. Frightfully burned All Over the body mrs. Jay Kelsey slightly scalded from the Knees Down. Herald Spink s life is despaired of but the others injured will recover. The Trilby was about to pass through a lock near the City limits when the Accident happened. Without the slightest warning a flue in the us per Row of boiler tubes loosened Anu the scalding Steinf forced open the door of the firebox and carrying hot Coal ashes and acids with it flew All Over the passengers the victims were tenderly lifted ashore Large pieces of flesh dropping from their bodies. The children were wrapped in blankets and taken to a Hospital. Eva and Gladys Spink died almost simultaneously at 7 40 of clock last evening and the death of Fern followed a few hours later. Roi d den11 ii in Stolon Luraas for nearly two years. Walk Escarre a. July 25.�?Railroad detectives stationed at Wilkes Barre Williamsport. Elmira and Rochester have just succeeded in running Down a gang that have been systematically robbing the railroads for nearly two years past. Within the last year Large quantities of brass valued at thousands of doll is. Have been stolen from the Pennsylvania. Lehigh Valley. Delaware and Hudson Lackawanna and Central Railroad of new Jersey. Last much the detectives in the employ of these roads held a conference and it was agreed to make a concerted Effort to run Down the thieves. It was discovered that Large shipments of the stolen brass were being made from Wilkes Barre. A great Deal of it being com. To Rochester n. Y. The party 1 a n the goods were consigned in that a to was taken into the Confidence of the detectives and this caused the shippers to fall into a neat trap. The stolen brass instead of going to its destination. Was shipped to Williamsport where it was taken charge of by the Pennsylvania Railroad officials. The shippers however were none the Wiser. They received the Money just the same. In order to throw off suspicion a couple of shipments were allowed to go through to their destination the detectives having Learned that some Brake men were acting As spotters for the shippers. John Fisher a Well known junk dealer of this City tvs taken into custody yesterday and released on $1,500 Bali. Two other junk dealers. Anthony Steiner and Samuel Steiner were held in $900 bail. More arrests Are expected to follow in Williamsport Al in Ira and Rochester. It is said that one of the parties who was a heavy shipper of the stolen brass has made a confession which exposes the whole plot. My gets of Max Gross the Painter who is an american citizen has been expelled from Prussia. Sex representative George m Curtis of Iowa has declined the office of first assistant postmaster general. President Castro Baa officially proclaimed the re establishment of peace throughout the Republic of Venezuela. At Alton. Ills., a cab carrying mrs. E. M. Waller Thomas Bartles and William Bosely was struck by a train and All three were killed. Jack Hillsman a negro farm hand was lynched near Knoxville ga., for assaulting the 14-year-old daughter of James Mitchell a prominent planter. While trying to save a 12-year-old boy from drowning Griffith w. Hughes a Quarry Man jumped into a Quarry Pond at Delta pa., and both were drowned. Perhaps you have made of up your mind to take Quot Scott a v emulsion this summer. Then look for this picture on the wrapper a Man with a big fish on his Back. Do not let anyone talk to 1 you of something a a just it As when you want cod liver Oil and the hypo phosphates you want the very Best. You will find them in Only one place,1 Scott a emulsion. There is no other Emul i Sion like it none other does the same work and no other has the same record of cures. All druggists Joo. Ant a. Sruti a Bow or chemists . Tit in Danville. Every claim is backed by local testimony. If the Reader wants anything stronger than the opinions and experiences of Bis neigh Kors. What can it be v or. Josiah Williams of 30 Ash Street Harl or. Says a i did not have to use a whole Box of Doan s kidney pills before they cured my Back of depressing aching and removed the lameness which bad made every movement painful the lameness entered right Over my kidneys and stooping or lifting sent a Sharp twinges through me. 1 gave some to or. 0. H. Stoes. Of 217 e. Mahoning Street As 1 bad no further use for them and be was As pleased As with the positive resulta for Sale by All dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Mil Burn co. Buffalo n. Y. Sole agents for Theu. S. Remember the name Doans and take no substitute. Women Shouff know it. Wire thieves some time past the Montour coi Umbria Telephone company has been missing Copper wire from their storage room in the basement of the old presbyterian Church bios Lisburg but its disappearance has been a mystery to them. Tuesday night Constable Miles Betz was placed in watch at the storage rooms and before the Dawn of another Day Jack Sweigart of Espy was in the toils charged with the robbery. About one of clock yesterday morning Sweigart drove to the old Church pried open the door and came out the rear Way with a Roll of 214 pounds of Copper wire valued at $45. But before be bad time to escape with Bis Booty Constable Betz made him a prisoner lie was Given a berth in the station House until about ten of clock yesterday morning when be was taken before a Squire Jacoby and Given a bearing. 1 n default of $500 bail Sweigart was placed in Alie custody of sheriff Black for Bis appearance at september term of court. Late yesterday afternoon Joseph Fausey of Espy was arrested charged with being implicated in the above robbery. He was Given a bearing before a Squire Jacoby an j in default of $su0 bail Fausey was placed in jail. A women who Wear Well. It is astonishing Bow great a change a few years of married life will make in the appearance and disposition of Many women. The freshness the Charm the brilliance vanish like the Bloom from a peach which is rudely handled. The Matron is Only a dim Shadow a faint Echo of the charming Maiden. There Are two reasons for this change ignorance and neglect. Few Young women appreciate the Shock to the system through the change which comes with marriage. Many neglect to Deal with the unpleasant drains which Are often consequent on marriage and motherhood not understanding that this secret Drain is robbing the Cheek of its freshness and the form of its fairness. As surely As the general health suffers when there is derangement of the health of the delicate womanly organs so surely when these organs Are established in health the face and form at once witness to the fact in renewed comeliness. Half a million women and More have found health and happiness in the use of or. Pierces favorite prescription. It makes weak Wom eur Strong and sick women Well. Should make known the count. Why the census department refuses to give out any information concerning the population of towns and cities throughout the country is not Clear. All of the census supervisors have the figures in their hands and could easily give out the population of every town and City in their respective districts if they were allowed to do so by the director of the census. Instead of that however every report must be sent to Washington i. C., where another count is made. It will be december before any figures giving the population of some of the larger cities will be published and it May be next year before the people of Danville for instance will know the exact population of the town As gathered by the census enumerators. State of Ohio City Ltd a Tol Kike 1 Lucas county j Frank j. Chr Xiv makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of k. J. Iik. it co., doing Husi. Is in the a try of Toledo Ltd county and Stutt aforesaid and that said firm will May the sum of Onk Hundred d Al lasts for each and every Case of Cata Kkt it that cannot in cured by the use of Hall s catau Kii critic. Frank j. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this it in Day of herein her a. 1�. 1sm�. A a a. W. Gleason ska i. A a notary Public. Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur takes of the system. Send Loi testimonials free. Sold by druggists Price 75c. Or i Kittle. Halls family Immis Are the inst. The present superintendent at West Point is a Man who believes in carrying out a decree lie decreed that there should be no More hazing and w Hen Bis orders were violated be stood the whole school up for an hour and in the hot Sun that was about the worst punishment that could be inflicted upon the playful cubs. They will know better hereafter than to violate orders Mauch chunk is making an Effort to have the National or. O. I. A. M. Orphans Home established there. The Home at present is at Tiffin Ohio but the councils of Pennsylvania want to establish an institution of their own. The committee having the matter in charge will soon bold a meeting. May women Sutler untold agony and misery because the nature of their disease is not correctly understood. They have been led to believe that womb trouble or female weakness of some sort is responsible Lor the Many ills that beset womankind. Neuralgia nervousness headache puffy or dark circles under the eyes rheumatism a dragging pain of Dull ache m i be Back weakness or bearing Dow n sensation profuse or scanty Supply of Simc with Strong odor l Riquen desire to a pass it w Ith scalding or burning sensation sediment in it after standing in Bott of com Moil Glass Lor Twenty four hous it. Signs of kidney and bladder Tro Iipp. The above symptoms Are often attributed by the patient herself or by her physician to female weakness or womb trouble. Hence so Staily f. In to obtain Relief because they Are treating the disease itself hut a reflection of the primary cause which is Kad Ticy trouble. In fact women As Well As men Are nude miserable with kidney and bladder i rouble and both need the same remedy. Or. Kilmer a swamp Root is tin great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is easy to get at any drug store for fifty cents or one Dollar to prove its wonderful merits you May have a Sample bottle and Book telling ail about it. Both sent absolutely free by mail. Kindly mention the Montou am kick an and Send your address to or. Kilmer amp co., Binghamton x. Y. Fir 0/ if i ill do did i Viz d / did cd i it is rings Are More fashionable now than Ever before and the More the merrier it is impossible a for a Well dressed woman to have too May rings. We have Here ready for you to look at As handsome a line of j rings As you Ever saw. If von have your mind set on any particular kind of a ring a and we done to happen to have it. Well get it for you. Or make t it for von. I Henry Rempe \ jeweler and optician. A a a Quot a a elevator destroyed by fire. Chautauqua. Last Low rate excursion via Pennsylvania Railroad. On july 27 the Pennsylvania Railroad company will run the last special excursion from Philadelphia Baltimore Washington. Reading Altoona Belle Fonte. Look Haven Shamokin Wilkes Barre. Sunbury and Williamsport and principal intermediate stations and stations on the Delaware division Philadelphia Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad and on the Cumberland Valley Railroad. To Chautauqua. X. Y. Special train will Start from Harrisburg at 11.35 a. M. Connecting trains will leave Philadelphia 8.40 a. A. Washington. 7.45 a. A. Wilkes Barre 7.30 a m., Baltimore 8 55 a. A. Altoona 7.15 a. M. Lock Haven 11.25 a. M. Round trip tickets Good to return on regular trains not later than August 25, will be sold at rate of $10.00 from Philadelphia. Hal Tiu More and Washington and at proportionate rates from other stations. Passengers from Atlantic City. Bring Toni. Vineland Clayton. X. A. And stations on the Delaware division will use trains to Philadelphia on Day preceding Date of excursion. For specific rates and time of connecting trains apply to nearest ticket agent. Timil an in if in n a i try dispute. Managua Nicaragua july 25.�?amid great military civil and religious pomp the nicaraguan and co to rican government engineers and Don. E. P. Alexander of South Carolina arbitrator of the Boundary dispute Between Nicaragua and Costa Rica appointed by president Cleveland signed yesterday. In the presence of a Large and distinguished company the maps delimiting the Boundary recently Quot agreed upon. This ceremony terminated a dispute which has often threatened War Between the two government during the last 40 years. Notice to heirs. Troop do fit a line xon-1 no nuts. Vancouver C., july 25.�?three companies of the Duk of Connaught a own were called yesterday to maintain order at the fishing Village of Steveson. At the Mouth of Fraser River 14 Railes from this City w Here 1,500 White fishermen attached to the 47 Salmon canneries arc on strike and Are preventing 4,000 japanese and indians from fishing. The troops will protect these non Union fishermen who Are willing to accept the terms offered by Tiu a infers of 20 cents per fish the strikers demanding 25 cents. To lire Tiiu i or of it million dollars lout in in smoke. Buffalo july 25.�?fire last night destroyed the Eastern elevator which is situated on the Island opposite the foot of Washington Street. The elevator and its contents were valued at $750,000, and Are a total loss. The cause of the fire was not Learned. There was no explosion preceding the. Fire. Carpenters and painters had been .u1.dgi eat work in the building and it is possible that some one of them dropped a match. The elevator was owned by the american linseed company who came into Possession of the building Only a few weeks ago. Their Oil works Are situated within 100 feet of the burned elevator. When it was seen that there was no Chance to save the elevator the firemen turned their attention to save adjoining property. Streams of water were played continually on the Oil tanks and the buildings of the refinery Border methods in Chicago. Ii my Himi three not a it a in Ruparel t hold 1 p a train. Chicago july 25.�?according to the i lice a daring attempt to hold u the big four passenger train due Hei at 6 p. M. Was foiled monday by to timely warning Given the authorities six men and three boys All arme with revolvers waited several Hou afternoon at the Drexil Park station. They Weie observed an the police notified. A Wagon Load Blu Eeor to hurried to the scene an were act with a brisk fire which the returned. After a few minutes fighting the police rushed at their of to fonts. They captured three boy each armed with two pistols. To. Six men. Three of them coloured a fled. The boys told the police to men had Given them the revolvers an told them to shoot when their Senoli did. The police declare that the me evidently intended to Stop the Trai possible in sparsely settled districts. In the orphans court of Montour county. Queens of the Garden. # a rarely Beautiful picture. Which will be Given free to every person next sunday. Another wonderful Flower piece has Ireen secured by the publisher of the a great Philadelphia sunday press Quot and will 1m Given free with every copy of a the sunday press a next 29. The size of this picture is 19 by 30 inches. It is a splendid panel one of the greatest works of san Kin. And represents a Cluster of the most Beautiful Flowers of the season. Its distribution is certain to cause a sensation and As the Supply will 4m limited you will make a mistake if you do not order next Sun Days press from your new dealer in Advance. Simiu Uit it ambition doomed. Fort Scott kan., july 25.�?the feature of yesterdays proceedings in the populist democratic and Silver Republican state conventions which met Here yesterday in separate Halls to Nom Nale state tickets or effect a fusion in the interests of a single ticket was the turning Down of the senatorial aspirations of Jerry Simpson by the populist convention. The sex congressman desired to go before the next legislature in the event of a populist or fusion Success at the poll with he definite endorsement of the stale convention for the office of United states senator. His Effort mat with signal failure. It is said on the Pennsylvania Railroad every employee is watched with great care in the Hope that ire May be found to possess exceptional qualities and often men Are promoted when they least expect it. A Story is told of a freight Brake Ian who wore a clean suit of Over clothes every Day for several weeks and the officials of the line found him sir neat in Bis personal appearance and so obliging and polite at All times to lib to they transferred him to the passenger service As soon As possible. Philadelphia ii Reading route to Atlantic City. Solid Vestibule trains Brand new coaches seating ninety passengers hard Coal burning engines and sixty minute trips bet Veen Philadelphia and Atlantic City with greatly increased train service Are features offered by the p. A k. New schedule taking effect Toda Pennsylvania Chautauqua. For the Pennsylvania Chautauqua to 1m held at it. Gretna. A. July 2 to augusts 1999. The Pennsylvania Railroad company will sell special excursion tickets to it. Gretna from new York. Washington. Ballimore. Frederick. My. Canandaigua and intermediate Points including All stations on its line in the state of Pennsylvania. Tickets will be sold june 25 to August inclusive and will 1m Good to return until August 13, inclusive. In the matter of the partition of real estate of Pho Eli Hilkert. Lap of Derry township. Montour county state of Pennsylvania. The heirs of said decedent will take notice 1 hat in pursuance of an order of the orphans court of said county a writ of partition Lias Len issued from said it ourt to the sheriff of said county returnable on the first Day of next term to wit 15th. Day of october a. 1>. L he and thut the in it ii est will meet for the purpose of making partition of the Reales late of said decedent on the 27tli. Day of july a. I it. 1�hm� at of clock a. In. Of said Fay Una the premises in said Derry town Sld when and where you can be present should you so desire. The premises in question Are de scrip he As follows to wit tract no. 1. Situate in Derry township it of duty of Montour state of Pennsylvania bounded and described As follows beginning Ata White Oak Corner of Samuel Hilkert thence along said Hilbert South forty five degrees East fifty two and six tenths perches to a Stone Corner of George Grysh thence along the line of said Gresh South sixty one degrees East seventy eight perches to a Stone in line of David Maxwell thence North fifty three and one half degrees East Twenty Eigild and eight tenths perches to a Post Corner of a. R. Cut icons North forty five degrees West seventy five and eight tenths perches to the place of Lka gunning containing Nineteen acres and ninety six perches strict measure. Tract no 2. Situate in Derry township. Montour county. Pennsylvania bounded and desc it Ted As follows beginning at a stake on Public Road leading to Moores Lairg thence by lands of Wert Many a heirs South forty four degrees East forty one and three tenths perches to a stake thence along Public Road North forty seven degrees East thirty nine and eight tenths perches to a stake thence by lands of James n. Miller North forty six and three fourths degrees West thirty two perches to a stake thence by same South t w Enty Nanc degrees West four perches to a stake thence by same North eighty and forty six and one Forth degrees West Nineteen and two tenths perches to the place of beginning. Containing ten acres he tin same More or less. Tract no 3. Situate in Derry township Montour county. Pennsylvania lion tided Aird Dcarr Lam Das follows beginning at a Stone in the Public Road Ata Stone Corner of the lands of said Phoebe Hilkert. Thence by Ltd of said pheely i Wilkert South forty two degrees East seventy six and three tenths perches to a Post thence by lands of Henry Geiger North seventy two and a half degrees East forty six and seven tenths perches to a Dogwood Corner thence by lands of John Ream North thirty four degrees West ninety six and nine tenths perches Toa Hgt St in tin Public Road in line of lands of Daniel Frazier t hence along said Public Road in line of lands of said Daniel Frazier South forty seven and one half degrees West Tifty four and nine Teut is perches to a Stone Corner the Quot place of pm ginning. Containing Twenty seven acres and seventy nine perches. George Maiers sheriff. R. A m Merman. Attorney. Danville a. July 3, 11kh�. For Over forty years Rev. John j. Be Rife of Pottstown has lived on one meal a Day. He eats no breakfast nor dinner and does not partake of any food whatever until the evening meal. He celebrated his 70th birthday anniversary recently and enjoys Good heal to. He adopted this Short diet As a cure for indigestion and it worked so Well after trying it for a few months that lie luts continued it Ever since. Sheriff s Sale the pretty Camp ground near roaring Creek is this week occupied by four Jolly parties. The following Young ladies and gentlemen from Sunbury joined the Little army of campers yesterday or. And mrs. Charles Hartman misses Annie Furman Blanche Troxell Gertrude Llain k. Bell Furman Lou Carr Mattie Reed of Pottsville mrs. Sad e cowl it. Carmel Herbert Shipe Bert Miller Edward Weaver Edward me Bailie Frank Troxell. The wonders of science lung troubles and consumption can be cured. And eminent new York chemist and scientist a makes a free offer to our readers. The distinguished chemist t. A. Slocum of new York City demonstrating his discovery of a reliable cure for consumption pulmonary tuberculosis bronchial lung and Chest troubles stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and All conditions of wasting away w ill Send three free bottles All different of Bis new discoveries to any afflicted Reader of this paper writing for them. His a new scientific treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and be considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of Bis infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders and ibis great chemist patiently experimenting for years Lias produced results As beneficial to humanity Asean reclaim Cohy any modern Genius. Ilis assertion that lung troubles and consumption Are curable in any climate is proven by a Heartfelt letters of gratitude a filed in Bis american and european laboratories in thousands from those cured in All parts of the world. The dread consumption uninterrupted Means speedy and simply write to t. A. Slocum A 98 Pine Street new York giving Post office and express address and the free Medicine will Ife promptly sent direct from Bis Laboratory. Sufferers should take instant advantage of Bis generous proposition. Please Tell the doctor that you saw Bis in the Montour Amkha an. Of valuable real estate. By Vir tit of a a a ruin writ of Fieri facial Imit a out of Llu our of 0111111011 pleas of Montour it of into and to me directed will be i n posed to Pul die Sameul the Montour county i Zouri House in the of hanv9it, in t in county of Montour and state of in Nus 1- Vanin on i saturday aug. I8t i 1900. At ten o clock in the Forenoon of tin sail Day the following described real estate Viz i. A. All of the estate right title. Interest prop a erts claim and demand w hat so Ever of Jerry Luher it the sums consisting of a certain Undi idl d of seventh interest of in and to All that certain Messuage tenement and town lot of land situate in the third Ward of the Borough of in Anville. In the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania hounded and described As follows Viz beginning at a Cor Ner of the North Wesl intersection of Mulberry and Pine streets tin Nee along said Pine Street in a North Wardly direction forty nine feel More or less to the property of the Pine Street lutheran Church thence along said last mentioned property in a Westward by direction Lifty nine feet More or less to lot formerly of a Hunter now of Shindel thence along said last mentioned lot in a South Wardly direction forty nine feet More or less to Saulberry Street aforesaid thence along said Mulberry Street in an East Wardly direction fifty nine feet More or less to the place of beginning with t la appurtenances and whereupon Are erected a 2-Story Frame dwelling House and other buildings. a taken in execution and to in sold As the property of Jerry s. Huber. Georg k m Aires. Sheriff. Sheriff s office. Danville a. July 1sth. Hoo. Edward Sayre g f. A re Art counsel. Sheriff s Sale. Of valuable real estate by virtue of a writ of Fieri facial issued 1 out of t he court of common pleas of m011-� tour comity and to a directed will expose to Public Sale at the court Housel tin Borough of Danville. Montour county Ami state of Pennsylvania. On. Saturday air a 41,1900. At 10 of clock in the Forenoon of the said Day the following described real estate Viz ally that certain lot or piece of Laud Situ All in the township of Limestone. County of Montour and state of Pennsylvania in it Uiki cd and described As follows to wit beginning at a stake on line of Ahr hum and Susan Walters North degrees west9 perches to a Road leading from tin county line Road to Abraham Walters thence along said Road by lands of Isaac Walters deed. North 85 degrees East 9 perches to a stake thence by lands of Abraham Walters South 7 degrees East 9 perches to a stake thence by the same South 58degrees, West 9 perches to tin place of beginning containing i perches strict measure. The improvements of the premises Frame dwelling House Frame stable Ami other out buildings. Seized and taken in execution and Tola sold As the property of Mary Ward. 9 go. Mai lbs sheriff. A. Small attorney. notice estate of Jonn Fenstermacher late of Valley township Mouton county. Deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary have in in granted the undersigned on the estate of the above decedent. All persons indebted to the said estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the said estate Are requested to present them without delay to Elmer j w 11.1.1 am executors Franklin 1 a k-28 Mausdale a. A do in 1st k a Tyks s of he. In re estate of Benjamin Dieffenbache Latoi Anthony township Mouton county deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration have been granted the undersigned upon the cd int of said decedent. All persons indebted to same will make immediate payment and those having claims against same will present them without delay. Smith administer matrix. It. S. A my human att. Y do Ini St it a t pics x of i to. Estate of Samuel Halier late of the Borough of Danville in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration d. H. N., upon the alive estate have been granted to the undersigned. All a co ii indebted to the said estate Are required to make payment and those having claims or demands against the said estate will Makek Nofen the same without delay to Dewitt c. Jones jr., administrator d. I. 11. Of Samuel i tuber. Deceased. I. Address it Neville a. Edward Sayre a Carlmal counsel. A a minist r a tors n i it to c e. Estate of Elmer Franklin Fox late of the Borough of Danville in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration ii Hgt a the above estate have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to the said estate Are required to make payment and those having claims or demands against tin said estate will make know 11 the same without delay to. John a. Fox administrator of Elmer Franklin Fox. Deceased. . Address Danville la a. Edward Sayre it year liar counsel. Fortunately the wind was blowing in i for of a a. Est kit a easl8ran opposite direction and this fact the streets a is Tolan it probably prevented a far More serious conflagration. The fire was a difficult one to fight As it started in the upper part of the elevator and gradually burned downward until the entire building was destroyed. The intense heat made it impossible for the firemen to enter the building and the streams Throwr up from the Creek below had Little effect in checking the flames. Or. Bryin at of a. A. It. Encampment. Chicago. July 25.�?William j Bryan has accepted an invitation to attend the National Encampment of the grand army in this City next August. Gen. John c. Black chairman of the committee on invitation received formal acceptance yesterday settling a question Over which there had been considerable controversy. Insurance swindler fiends guilty Chicago july 24.�?mrs. Margar Sheehan former financial Secretary it Illinois Council 420, knights and la Dies of Security a fraternal ins Uram order pleaded guilty in court Yeste Lay to. A charge of conspiracy to i fraud that organization of $6,650. Is said that hoping for leniency to More of the persons indicted will Plet guilty. Pauper cadavers were used j a basis for the collection of Money a legend to be due on policies. Ordinance. And 1. Authorizing and empowering the Montour and Columbia Telephone company or its successors to construct maintain and operate a Telephone Exchange and syst to of Telephone service in the Borough of washing to Oville find to erect the necessary poles wires cables to operate the same upon certain terms and conditions. Section 1.�?be it ordained by the Council of the Borough of Washington Ville in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania and it is hereby ordained by the authority of the same that the Montour and Columbia Telephone company or its successors la and it is hereby authorized and empowered to construct maintain and operate a Telephone Exchange and system of Tel Are a it follows twit 15, 16, 19. 60, Ephone service in the Borough of Wash to 74 75 7 77, 7 he of 4 into Neville in the county and state 7. Is. 811, 90, 91. 92. 93, 94, 95, 96,1 aforesaid and for that purpose to erect a is up. Joo 101, 102, 193, 104. 105, it and maintain the necessary poles wires 107, 10s, 199. 110, 111. 112. 113, 114, 11 and cables upon Over and through the several streets and avenues lanes and alleys of the said Borough of Washingtonville subject to the conditions and notice. Notice is hereby Given to holders but it rough of Danville 4 per be Bonds and to holders of Wate but ads of said Borough bearing sail rate of interest to present the same the Danville National Bank of Danu Pennsylvania or to the first nation Bank of Danville Pennsylvania wit All Borough Bonds herein aft specifically enumerated 011 or before to first Day of november a. D. 1999 a water Bonds hereinafter specs final enumerated on or before the first Day july a. D. 1909, for payment or e change for Bonds of said Borough Bea ing 3 per cent interest. The Borough Bonds hereby Ca de Are the f. Lowing numbers to wit 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 11. 12. 13. 1 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 90, 91, 22, 28, 24. 25, 2 27. 28, 29, 39. 31. 32. 33. 34. 85,86, 37.3 39. 49, 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46, 47, 48, 49, 5 51, 52 53, 54, 55, 56, 57. 58, 59, 60,61,6 68, 64, 95. 66, 67, 68, �9, 7&Quot. 71. 72.73 7 75, 76. 77. 78. 79, 80, 81. 82, 83, 84, 85.8 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96,97,99, 100, 101, 102, 103. 194. 105, 106, 11 198. 199. 119. Ill 112. 113, 114, 115, 11 117. 118. 119. 129, 121. 122. 123. 124, 12 126. 127. 128. 129. 130, 131, 132, 133, is 135, 136, 137. 138, 139, 140 the water Bonds hereby Call 116. 117. 125. 126, 134. 135. 144. 145. Restrictions hereinafter contained Viz 153, 154, 155. 156 157, 158, Section 2.�?that said work shall be 162, 193, 164. 165. 1 �6, 167 done under the Sui it revision of the proper Borough authorities and under and subject to the several ordinances of the said Borough relating to the erection of poles and wires up it a the streets avenues lanes and alleys of the said Borough. Section 3.�?that the Aid company or its successor shall so erect its poles and wires As not to interfere with the wires of the having poles the streets the said but so As not to the extinguish ment of fires Section 4. That the said poles shall not be erected go As to obstruct impede of interfere with the free flow and passage of water in. Through Over Ltd a upon any Gutter Drain sewer Culvert or water course nor so a to interfere with or obstruct the convenient use of the streets avenues lanes and alb is of the said Borough it a so As to interfere with or damage private property or of any corp ration authorized to do business in the said Borough. Section 5.�?that the said company or its successors shall erect neat poles repair and make Good All damages or injury to the streets lanes or alleys of the said Borough or the Side walks thereof used by them for the purpose aforesaid. Section 6. That the said Borough shall have the right to the use of said a Les. If desired without charge for a fire alarm system provided that no wire carrying a High tension current shall be placed thereon. the said Montour amp Columbia Telephone company shall the costs of printing and publication of this ordinance and that they further agree that the line be under course of construction within 60 Days otherwise Tobe null and void. Approved the 2nd Day of july 1900. Or. J. P. Cioffa. Chief Burgess. Attest or. B. E. Bitler pres of Council. H. E. Cot Ner secy of Council. 118. 119, 120, 121, 122. 123, r 127. 128. 129. 130, 181, 132, i 186, 137. 138.139, 140, 141.142,1 146, 147. 148, 149, 150, 151, 1 159, 160. I. 166, 167. 168, 169, 17 171. 172, 17j. 174, 17 17�. 177. 17x, 17 1 so 1s1, i i. 188. 1 pkg 187. 188. 189, i l. 199. 19 194, 195, 190, 2 i. 902, 2 204. 205, ill i 207, 208, 20�, 210, 211, 21 21 4. 214. 215, 210, 217. 218. 219. 230, 22 222. 22224. 225. 221. 227. 298. 229, 2 281. 282. 283, 284. 285, 288, 287. 288, 21 245. 24&Quot, 217. 548, 24�, 250. 251, 252. 2i 254. 255, 25�, 257, 258. 25�. 260, 2 11, 2� 2<ki. 264, 265, 266. 267. 268. 269, 270, 27 Quot. 277. 278. 27�. 24 281, 28�l 2 s3, 284, 285, 286, 287, �?�99. 29 if 292, 293, 294. 295. 296, 299. 300. 301. 392 303, 304, 305, 39n. 309�. 319. 31 j. 312, 313, 314, 317. 31 81�. 320. 321, 322, 323, 326. 321 328, 329, 330, 331, 332. 335. 337, 338. 339, 340, 341, 344, 345. 346�, 347. 34s. 349, 359, 353. 354. 355, 356, 357. 358. 359. 362. 363. 364, 365, 366. 367. 368, 371, 37$. 373, 374. 375, 376, 377. 380. 3sl 382. 383, 384, 385, 386. 9, 399. 391, 392, 393. 394. 395, 39s 399. 400, 401, 492. 403, 494. 497, 498. 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 416. 417. 418, 419. 420, 481, 422, 425, 426. 427, 428, 429, 439 431, 434, 435. $36, 437, 438. 439. 440, 443, 444. 445, 446. 447, 448, 449, m 8 896. 3 further notice is her Al Given that interest will cease no said Bonds to wit a on Boroug Bonds on the first Dav of Novella a. D. 1�00 and of water Bonds the first Day of july a. D. 1�00. John a. Moyer chief Bare attest Sam a. Mccoy sect of. Borough of Dan Vil May 16th, 1900. Masons creator olives 0intmen cubes Catarrh asthma Hay fever mumps fire8.Sun Burn chafing f bunions amp tired feet. I chapped face lips amp hands Safe remedy for piles f All druggists mailed for 25t i htma50n chemical co 5i5aio5tpwipl Bibhas Degtiar planing Mill Hooter brother manufacturers of doors Sash shutters veranda brackets frames and turned work of All kinds. Also shingles roofing slate planed an rough lumber. ,1x e i to Dkl a notice. Estate of Mary Young Deu d. Or tits to Stiim Pitary on t in i Tati of Mary Young Lale of the Licorni Ajili of Danville Moi Long unti deceased have been granted to David ii. A clix reside ii i at Koine Bradford a Ulincy Vima. To whom or to his attorney. All persons indebted to Daiil estate Are requested to make payment Ami those having claims or demands will make known the same without delay. David ii Allis executor. Isaac x. Grier atty �-7- it k udi Tou s notice e. Iii re estate of Elizabeth Titus late of the Borough of Washingtonville Montour county deceased. Notice is hereby Given that t he undersigned auditor aph tinted by tin orphans court of said county to make distribution of the fund in i be bands of Henry w. Shade executor of said decedent will meet All parties interested for the purpose of Bis up Hgt Intini it at his office no. 107 Mill Street Dauville la., on thursday auitust2ud, at ten o clock a. In of said Dav when and where All parties Are notified Anil required to attend or in forever barred from presenting their Elui Iii against said estate. 11. S. , auditor. Charter notice. Notice is hereby Given that an application will he made to tiny governor of tin common wealth a if i Enns Yivonia on tuesday. August 14. 11 00. By Edward it ump Tell William l. Milt lure. Joint s. Mcclure. Titomas e. Deen Ami David s. Pancoast under tin act of Assembly of tin com Moil weal tip of Pennsylvania Cut in led an act to provide for the incorporation and regulation Ltd certain corporations approved april to 1s74,and the supplements thereto for the charter it f All intended corporation to he called a a Danville mercantile the character and object of which is to buy sell vend and Deal in goods wares and merchandise at wholesale and for these purposes to have possess and enjoy All the rights. In in fits and privileges of the said act of Assembly and its supplements. Tugs. E. Deen solicitor. Danville pa., july. 10. Loo. Riverside. North a county for first cuss m Only 0010 special Atten lion Given ladies suits and waists gents White pantaloons and vests. Repairing done when ordered. Gooij Fork prompt deliver eight pric All packages Ca i Al f0r 21111 a cd a sol free hit nil top Danville steam laundry no. 20 canal St. Ore and Kase prop s

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