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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 11, 1903, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for Ilio Home i he circulation of this paper is in j u Isis rapidly it will pay you j a a a a a a univ Ortisi in a the amok a in a tins coi Niky will no Var Lili entirely Freh until it supplies All of its own demands with its own productions Job printing the Ohidee of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter an fancy Type and Job material generally the in Abb Der announced to the Public that his prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner subscription $1 per year vol. Is no 24. Danville. 1�a�?z thursday june 11. 1�mw. Esta hushed in 1855.ok Kyin. It Ikno Ntilis us i 1st. Of scr Rowny a w m l w it Mill of. I a .1/ to i r m shut till it i Chi i.a/, m a. 415 min St. Pan Vii . A. In Siram of the St Mach All i i it Stilie a specially let it a p. % dentist oter ii a a i Mill to khat. It Ali f , a ii i tilt i Tell. A . l Init a re in my 14 Quot Mitt. Ii a to get Ai Iiah Lam a Rio a a my Lantri i but it hid in in min a i in a a .iiiti.-4iit %�4>rk. Dil c. Ii. A synolds Den i is a a ass Mill St., Danville a. Dentistry in All it Branch t Harges my do rate hint nil work guaranteed Stabli died Jimh is n m is. Besides Piug the month a of wed-.1 a jaw i becoming not or Ion for sinks would that we could have smokeless a. I n p. It. I my no . To Tiv at All it is quite evident that the drought la this he i u has la n Hiroki ii. Not sunday in Lyhl Reuy a Day services will be yield in a Nollier of our churches. Tom Juun Hue in t feeling very Chipper. Ashland la partially solved the pro dem of employ my its Hoys who discharged Troin to collieries because not Flegal a scores of to i in Are cracking Ston on the Mountain for use on the Borough streets it. Al Vitug seventy cents per toil go k. Twelfth regiment n. It. K. Located at Sunbury. Will on to a veiling of june �?T.4 elect a Captain. Lieutenant colonel Barber will conduct the election. Thus far there Are very few Cheirs tree casualties. Whether to strike or not will to decided by the miners in convention on june 15 but a strike can be easily avoided and ought to be. Tie Philadelphia vandals want to a the Troy had Street tin finest thoroughfare in the Woi i by putting electric Hue on it. Perhaps tin people there had belter turn the whole City Over to the franchise grabbers and then Wing interest in Flag a. And it Olis i vane this year will be mor Labora than Ever Deloro. Pheb a win a Council has just Grant Al a fran he to a company that will iut up a $3 Quot Quot Ope Plant in that Tow n it Nti Spring will not linger much longer. Itu t complain about warm Wreath or until the dog a lays come the Early closing plan re being adopted by tin merchants of every town ill tills Etlou Oftle a state. The Berwick Hospital a been i a. A o it a tart 1 lat sep Teulier and had a i my actions for ten patients. It a Well equip a for both sick and ii t. Nutly did not Lay expenses. Tie in St Active microbe at work in Titis country jut now Istia Jonev a Diug Bug by tart aug in several weeks ahead the toy pistol and tie deadly fire rack r w ill i aide to till All their fourth of july engage ii a a uts. These june Days Are starting the recreation fever. This Relief from the dust nuisance is list Weh Oule. A a it the crops Dudu t grow there a soil Quot a a a fort i tie reflection that the wred were also stunted. A cording to tie government weather report rams extend list Ingitti Over new York and new England thu giving All of the drouth n Gifu a use Lod Harrisburg prop ending so ral thousand doll Ais i a grand fourth of july Cerebra Mills Cial attention he lug paid to a fireworks display in the evening lie Siafa a a a a i at my of pharma Iata will in id a convention at Eagle s a re it in june 23, 21 and �5, when set dolls Dulu i inter to will in held. A Iii atus Mii i orchestra the Lla Well \ no Ece. Which is a Diug general favor has been engage #1 for tin three a lays the meetings w 111 he in i �11 Lull it in aids something to Liv along t Well Befia i Stream the us qty mighty Sld a in on is equip eel to Gral in Han i hag Ami sail out of a second store w window on a Hoar a be racing of tin Gates sateen Worth millions to tin farm Raud tru k growers m this Section. Mauv Phi it Al air a a to Are being at tin in which will Cru Nihl to Earth at tin no Vinh a election tint be do not fancy flu pros a. # t of auth a take a if Iuliu is hut the in is a of. I no that tin t rouble w ill be Avo de world s fan a Luh i he my Organ i7�-d in Viany cities of the country. At a regular meeting of the Bor Ough Council that body concurred with tin Hoard of health i its Resolution demanding the renewal of the Slaughter houses outside of tin Borough limits. The Resolution adopted by the Board of health was Lead by tin Secretary \ discussion followed ill which . Montgomery Ami Dougherty took exceptions to the Resolution. They both understood that the sewer was being constructed for the Benefit of tin Public to take care of just such nuisances As grew out of the Slaughter houses. Besides the buildings had be. Ii permitted to remain there for Many years and they did not think it was just to the butchers to oblige them to remove out of the Borough just at the to in a when a sewer was being const i acted. The president explained that in his opinion the sewer could not he used to carry off such refuse As came from the Slaughter houses to say nothing of the pig pens w hich were maintained in connection with them. Or Kif Snyder moved that Council a incur with the Board of health in demanding the removal of the Slang lit a houses outside the Borough limits. The motion was seconded by or. Swai k and carried without a dissenting vote. Or. Swank of the finance committee reported in favor of raising the Borough tax Oue Mill and taking Oik half a Mill from the water tax which would make the Borough tax it Mills and tin w Ater tax oik1 and a half Mill. In motion tin tax rate was fixed As recommended by the finance commit tee. O b. Sweitzer who said he represented the property owners at the upper my of Cooper Street appeared before Council to protest against the removal of Clay on tin River Hank at that Point which left an opening through which the water Walt hed into the Stre to with every freshet causing considerable damage to property. He a ked that Council take action to the end that the excavation created he tilled up so As to afford the Protection against High water which naturally existed at that Point. The committee on streets and Bridges was instructed to investigate the matter and was Given Power to take such action a it considered necessary. The awning in front of lower Stein sgt torn in the Baldy building was reported As hanging too Low. On motion the Secretary was instructed to notify or. In Owensh in to raise i awning to tie height required by the Borough s regulations. Or. Montgomery reported that there Are a number of property owners about Tow n who desire to Lay new pavements and Are desirous of having Ali Grade. 11 thought that some action should be take a immediately in the matter. On motion the committee on streets and Bridges was instructed to wait upon j. F. Keefer who surveyed for tin sewer to determine whether he could take the contract and what ins terms would be. Or. Keefer reported that work on tin sewer is retarded very much owing to the fact that the sewer pipe does not tit and that Many of the joints have to he chiselled Down so that the ik1s can he inserted. I asked for instructions As to How to proceed. After some discussion it was decided that the work should go on and that All ill fitting pipe should he thrown aside. The Quality of the pipe it is thought will improve with subsequent shipments. Rin following Bills were approved for payment Borough . Regular employees a 8�.50 Standard electric co. 151.75 Standard Gas co 1.80 John Hixson 85.85 Joseph Lech tier. 7.85 Trumbower amp Werkheiser 1.55 a. C. Amesbury. 11.70 g. A. Ross in an 32.50 h. B Gaskins 0.00 labor Anil hauling 00.10 winding town clocks 00.00 a h. Grom 15 00 Danville National Bank a Loo d. L. To w. R. R. Co 41.15 water department. H r. R. Co 11.88 regular employees 111.30 Quaker City rubber co 11.40 Atlantic refining co 28.04 j. H. Yorgy 4.00 Curry amp Vau iian 4. A. C. Amesbury 33.00 structural tubing to 4. H Standard Gas 0.80 a. M. Peters. 3.0 Joseph Lecclier 18.07 ii b. Patton 5.00 painting water works 30.00 Ellis rank 5 95 it j. Callahan 37.19 Harry b. Patton 20.00street Tair at islam Park. Klin of Sun Lime was in Dan Vilh yesterday advertising tie great str. T fair and carnival which will he Given he tie Hatch Adams carnival company at Island Park. Sim imry turn 22 to 27. The attractions that will attract you will by Many. The famous Ferris wheel has Hen secured. Done to fail to Fak a rid in mid air. I he sent to of India with gun Piu Neis sword fighters and magicians will he a specially entertaining read advertisement Oil the fourth Page a Cave in occurred at the sewer yesterday morning w hich was an exceed ugly thrilling affair burying one of the workmen and for a while leaving it in doubt whether or not tin mail s life could be saved. The Cave in occurred about 8 of clock at a Point just above the River Hank where the ground had been excavated to tie depth of twelve or thirteen feet. Thomas Owens a Man of about Middle lit was at work at the Bottom of the narrow Trench Between him and the River Bank at a still deeper Point Joseph Birks was at work. Cribbing had not been inserted at that the Timber was being prepared and in a Short time would have been placed in position. Without a moments warning the Cave in occurred a Large portion of the Hank from the East Side of the Trench breaking Oft and rolling in up on Owens. The Man was completely engulfed although his head was Light a covered. Or. Birks unmindful of his own peril from further Eav ins flew to his companion s Rescue. With his hands lie dug away the Sand Suhi a i a fitly to uncover tin Many a head the poor fellow was in a stooping position Licu struck he tin heavy mass of Earth and was pressed to the Bottom of the Trench in a cramped and most uncomfortable position. His head was no sooner uncovered than he was sized with a convulsion which made it exceedingly difficult to liberate him most of the workmen we Ere afraid to go near. Or Birks however stuck to the Man and worked like a hero in shovelling away the Sand. He was assisted by water commissioner Edward Gorman who As soon As in took in the situation leaped into the sewer to help. The Man was finally extricated and carried out of the Trench still in the agony of convulsions it was nearly half an hour before in recovered. Owens beyond his terrible fright and the attack it super induced it seems sustained no injury. Edward Gorman while assisting at tin Rescue was struck on the Arm and badly bruised by a Large mass of Earth which caved in upon shocking Accident. William Mitchell Spruce Street met with a shocking Accident on saturday afternoon nearly severing his wrist with an axe. He was cutting kindling when the Accident occurred. With his left hand lie was holding a chunk of Wood on the chopping Block with his right he was plying tie axe when it struck a knot which caused it to glance. The keen Blade sunk deep into tin wrist of the left Arm laying the joint opon cutting tin smaller hone and severing tin Tendon and Cap ular ligament. Drs. Thompson and Shultz were called who quickly responded. It was necessary to place the injured Man under tin influence of chloroform when the physicians sewed the tendons capsular ligament and tin sever cd skin and tissue together. Whether the Man will Ever have much use of his left hand remains to he seen. The injury is considered a very serious one and nothing remains hut to hop. For the Best. The injured Man is a rougher at the Reading Iron works. Ii a a is Vry popular with his fellow employees and others and receives a Good Deal of sympathy. 1i� will by Laid up for a Long the school Board for 1903-1, organized on june i held its first regular meeting monday night. All the new members were in their places the entire number present were messes. Keefer Orth Geroue Burns in Ursel liar Pel Werkheiser von a Toliu Fischer Hancock and Evans. The High school committee presented its report for commencement showing the receipts to by $75.20 expenditures $95.07 which left a deficiency of $19.87. A on motion of or. Liar Pel the Secretary was authorized to draw an order in favor of Borough superintendent Only for $19.8?, representing t he deficiency. The Bond of the treasurer m. H. Sell ram of $25,000 was read and approved. The president appointed the following committees finance f. E liar Pel m. D.,Newton Purs Samuel Werkheiser Jacob you Blohn. Buildings and repairs Jacob Fischer Walter it. Greene John l. Evans j Newton Pursel. Supplies a. H. Orth i. H. Byerly. William j. Burns c. P. Hancock. Printing�?1. H. Byerly f. E. Har Pel m. 1jacob von Blohn win. It. Burns. Bills and accounts Samuel work Heiser Walter o. Greene j. Newton Pursel John l. Evans. Text books Walter o. E. Harpel m. 1 Jacob Newton Pursel. Transfers Samuel Werkheiser Jacob von Blohn win j Burns a. P. Hancock. Teachers and certificates f. E. Harpel m. D., Jacob Fischer win. A a. Burns Walter o. Greene. High school d. H. Byerly w. H. Orth John l. Evans j. Newton Pursel. 1 grievance Jacob Fischer Jacob von Blohn o. P. Hancock win. J. Burns. Supori it ii Lent Only said that he had set tuesday june 9th As tin Date for teachers exam mat Ion. From present indications then will be no changes in the corps of teachers All presumably being candidates for reelection although a few have neglected the important detail of presenting their applications. Until this is attended to tin position of the latter will not in understood to a certainty and it was tin sense of tin Board that All those who wish to teach should lose no time in presenting their applications. The following Hills were for payment u. L. Gordy Chas. Mottern w. E. Young Standard Gas company Danville intelligencer Greene f. Fischer j. Approved a. 19 1.25 2.50 ,fi0 1.20visits his old Home. Sam Harris one of the managers of John Robinsons great shows is an old Danville Hoy and Ever since lie Shook tin dust from Bloom str a it where to was Horn and raised lie has had a roving career that is probably unequalled in the history of any Pennsylvania lad. For 27 years to has roamed the world. 11� has circumnavigated the Globe sixteen times been ship wrecked off tin coast of Borneo managed the Reivitz circus in Germany also Houston a shows All through India China Japan and the South sea islands for six consecutive Vars. Ask Sam anything about any portion of the world and his information can he relied upon. His Grandfather Samuel Bryant one of our first settlers is remembered by the older citizens and Sam says to recognizes tie old school House where his dear old teacher mrs. Maxwell paddled him Many a tiny for trying to Wear out the cellar door with the scat of i is trousers. Ever since 187 b he has been everywhere hut Danville so now his visit Here yesterday makes the tour a comedy company. Joseph Lyons formerly of this town is visiting with his uncles. M. Ill is of Catherine Street. Or. Lyons has been successfully touring the West with the Monroe s comedy company in which he took an Active part. They closed the season at Johnstown on May 30, and tin Young Man is on his Way to tin Home of his parents or and mrs. Bryson Lyons of new York City. Bloomsburg daily. Or. Lynns with his parents were residents of Danville for nearly four years. He will he remembered As a Youngmi in with marked musical Phil i to. Death of Peter Kratz. John Peter Kratz an old and Well known German citizen of our town a parted this i if last evening att a a Long siege of suffering lie was infirm for Many years being afflicted with rheumatism. Six weeks ago he became very ill and was obliged to take his bed. During three weeks past his sufferings were intense. Death came to his Relief at a o clock last evening. The deceased was Horn in Prussia Germany eighty three years ago. He Cane to Danville in his Early manhood and resided Here till tin time of his death. Until the infirmities of advancing ago incapacitated him for work he was employed at the big Mill and ranked with most faithful and industrious employees. During a Long Span of sixty years or More in came and went among our citizens and became personally know n to nearly every one. The deceased was a widower his wife preceding him to the grave Many years ago. To is survived by four children mrs. Henry Aten of Baltimore my. Or John Murphy upper Mulberry Stre to and mrs. William Miller Cherry Street this City and George l. Kratz of Odessa of this year s graduates. Ben e. Rogers son Ltd or and mrs i j. Rogers of this City i a one of this years graduates at Dickinson College Carlisle. Presented with a stove. The relations Between labor and capital at the stove works seem to be very harmonious. The Eom Pauy has presented tin Iron moulders Union of this City with a valuable stove to be disposed of at the their picnic soon to he held. The gift is More fully explained in tin following felicitous letter from general manager w. A. Swehler to the committee of arrangements Danville june 9, 1903. Iron moulders Union Danville a. Gentlemen a As an evidence of our appreciation of tin uniform Friendly and cordial relations existing and a desire to contribute to the Success of your picnic we take pleasure in presenting to you Oue no. 211 double Heater Beaver Oak to he disposed of on the Day of your picnic As in your judgment you May deem Best. We i Hope you May have a delightful Day and an enjoyable time. Danville stove amp mfg. for Railroad men. A conference at Altoona monday bet we in general superintendent of Wighton and Altoona business men 1 resulted i an Assurance that thirty Wil be built for Pennsylvania Railroad employees who will move from a Harrisburg to Altoona. Or. And mrs. Joseph Heim spent sunday in Bloomsburg. Or. And mrs. Austin Hartman of Berwick spent sunday at the Keefer Home Nicholas ave. Or. And mrs. Edward b. John of Berwick spa but sunday with relatives in this City. Or. And mrs. I. Ii. Ackley of Wilkes Barre spent sunday with Danville friends. William Curry esq., of Scranton silent sunday with his parents on West Mahoning Street. George g. Steinbrenner of Wilkes Barre spent sunday with his Mother mrs. Annie Steinbrenner East front Street. Frank Kear of Berwick spent Sun do at his Home on Spruce Street. Misses Cora and Gertrude Kase of South Danville s knt sunday with the misses Vastino near Boyds station. Mrs. R. K. Polk accompanied by mrs. Lucius Polk arrived in this City last evening. Mrs. Lucius Polk has just returned from Atrip at new York monday where she was met by mrs. R. K. Polk. Mrs. George Sidler visited relatives in Milton yesterday. Train master Anthony of Catawissa was a visitor in this City yesterday. Mrs. H. I. Walker of Unityville spent yesterday with friends in this City. Charles Shires of Strawberry Ridge drove to this City yesterday. Miss Mary Fry returned Home from Philadelphia last evening. Mrs. James Kramer of Pittsburg arrived in this City last evening for a visit at tin Home of her parents or. And mrs. G. Fred Smith. Mill Street. George b. Wright formerly District manager of the United Telephone company now located in now York state was in this City a few hours yesterday. Lazarus Moyer of Philadelphia spent yesterday with Danville friends. H. Kerns of Berwick spent last evening in this City. Harold butter of of Sunbury took in the Robinson circus in this City yesterday. Harry Clark of Exchange drove to Danville yesterday. Mrs. Eugene Snyder of Sunbury was the guest yesterday of mrs. Harry Schick Nassau Street. Mrs. John Schaffer and mrs. William Long of Sunbury were the guests of friends in this City yesterday. Mrs. Robert Miller left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Philadelphia. F. M. Herrington transacted business in Milton yesterday. Thomas reaver left yesterday for Harrisburg. Mrs. Mary Fields visited friends in Sunbury yesterday. Miss Lizzie Vastine of South Danville returned Home from Carlisle last a team of runaway horses belonging to Erwin Hunter were guilty of an Odd Freak yesterday morning which resulted in the death of one and injury to the other. The team driven by Harry Moyer were employed in hauling Straw for the circus from the cars of the latter at the p. Amp r. Station to South Danville. They escaped from the Driver at the station. Owing to the excitement incident to tin circus and the fact that the horses were of a restive disposition or. Moyer while packing the Straw on the rear end of the wag on took the precaution to keep the i lines within reach. A the very thing he dreaded occurred the horses took fright at the switch engine and started to run. He instantly grabbed tin lines hut the team gave a sudden Spring which jerked him Oft tin Wagon. The horses dashed Down Railroad Street at a mad Gallop. They approached the crossing just As the 9 Ufi passenger train came along. Everyone expected to see them turn to the right or left but instead the horses frantic in their fright dashed into the passenger train just at that moment on the crossing. They stick the car next to the rear one the end of the Tongue evidently piercing one of the windows. Tie scene was thrilling in the extreme. There was a crash of breaking Glass As the Tongue struck each window of the moving train in succession one of the horses fell dying alongside the track while the other bore evidence of being seriously injured. The passengers in the two rear cars were thrown into a dreadful panic by the Accident. A couple were Cut by the flying Glass but none seriously injured. Tie horse killed in longed to or. Hunter s team of Sorrels and was a valuable animal. He was evidently killed by one end of the broken Wagon Tongue which pierced Bis breast. The other horse was Able to walk to tin livery stable and although injured More or less seriously it is thought lie will recover. The Driver in being thrown out of the Wagon at the station struck the platform and was badly bruised. Two of Iii fingers yesterday wore thought to in needs More water. It possible the Public Fountain should be fed with a Little stronger Stream than it receives at present. As it is since the Advent of summer conditions under the constant demand for water the big howl is empty nearly one half of the time during the hottest part of hie Day and Many a thirsty horse is obliged to reluctantly turn away from tin Fountain before his to list has been fully quenched. The time of year has arrived when the water is rather too warm for drink ing and it May not be much sought after by human beings but there is not a horse which drags his Burden up and Down the Street but knows of the Fountain and if Given his Way when thirsty will seek its refreshing Waters. Even the dogs for which Especial provisions have been made visit the Fountain and it seems to be their regular place of drinking. Dogs of All Breeds and sizes May be seen there during the Day As frequently As the horses lapping the water from tin Little bowls placed along Side of the Fountain m a tin ground where even the smallest canine can reach them. The Fountain indeed is quite an institution and it fills a great want. All that is needed is a Little More water in order that it May fulfil in the fullest the Beneficent Mission fur which it was of Joseph Hunter. Joseph Hunter whose death occurred on sunday was buried yesterday afternoon interment taking place in it. Vernon cemetery. Tin services were conducted by Rev. L. 15. Twirled i. The deceased was carried to his last resting place by six life Long friends As follows s. A i. Woliver Amos Vastine James Shultz or. Jno. Sweisfort Thomas Adams and m. G. Youngman. The following persons from out of town attended the funeral Joseph o. Hunter of Philadelphia Rev. James Hunter and daughter miss Ollio of Williamsport James Mclaughlin of Ralston and Hugh and Robert me Williams of of Trade meeting. The directors of the Board of Trade held a meeting monday night. J. H Goeser occupied the chair. Other me moors present were f. Q. Hartman j. H. Cole Janies Foster George Reifsnyder and w. G. Williams. Some routine work was disposed of after which the members settled Down to a general talk on matters relating to the Good of the municipality. Or. Foster introduced the topic of a trolley line Between hero and Bloomsburg which has not been talked of much lately. I asked if any one was posted As to tin exact status of affairs relating to the Danville and Bloomsburg trolley company which is negotiating for flu right of Way Between the two towns. He said in thought it was about time that the company renewed its activity to get through to Danville and that the project affords the Board of Trade a Fine Opportunity to show what it can do for the town by co operating with the promoters of the line. Or. Goeser stated that he had been informed by some people closely in touch with the project that the matter would be taken up by tin Eom Pauy again in a Short time with the probability that the line would be pushed through. Meanwhile the Board of Trade will study the situation very closely to see whether it can not do something to assist the Enterprise. The following Hills were ordered paid a. H. Groue. .$3.00 morning news. 7.00 w. V. Oglesby. .40 the students of Franklin and mar shall College and the scores and hundreds throughout tin country who turn to tin ancient institution As their Alma Iii it a r regard with affectionate interest the exercises of this Jubilee week at the old a Dull Why should there he a Dull season in business of course some times during tin year business is better than during others hut that there should he a really Dull season is much the fault of the business Man himself. There can to no Dull season w Here advertising is continued All tin time. There Are men in commercial pursuits who advertise Only when buying is Active men who ask for patronage Only when everybody is determined to buy something. There Are men who advertise Only about the Christmas season and do not ask for patronage at any other time and there Are other men who do not advertise at All. These Are tin men who for the most part have Dull seasons. As a fact they have few seasons that Are not More or less Dull. The non advertiser fails to get the Cream of and business at any time. His More Alert competitor gets it All the time. Nor does intermittent advertising bring the results desired. To make Success a certainty advertising should he continuous should know 110 seasons except in the change of goods in demand and should he convincing and Well displayed. The Man who so stimulates his business has 110 time to he Dull. Job printing of a kinds and description still another Danville May have the Benefit of Vry m arly a full system of sewerage and that too without the expenditure of any More Money than was at first designed to cover the Cost of severing blizzard s run. The trustees of the Hospital for the insane upon fully investigating Tho subject have become a Little dubious As to whether or not there is any system for disposing of sewage on the Hospital grounds that coaids he employed which would prov wholly efficacious and remove All danger of polluting the River. The trustees of the Hospital rather have come to favour the construction of a sewer of a Large scale which will connect with the River at a Safe Point below the intake of the Borough water works. To carry this out it would of course he no Dossary to come through Danville. The matter was brought up at the last meeting of Council and it was explained that the trustees desired to make a proposition to Council looking to the construction of a sewer through the Borough. Up to that time however no further action had been taken than to determine How such a proposition would be received by Council. The matter therefore was discussed at considerable length. No opposition developed assuming of course that the Hospital would he willing to give an equivalent for the right of passing through tin town. They All agreed that Council could not Grant such a privilege for anything less Thau the right of connecting with the Hospital sewer any where along its course which right so far As the Hospital is concerned should he free of charge. The plans at present have not assumed any definite form. Some of the trustees favored connecting with the sewer near its source of blizzard s run. This was rejected As wholly irn practicable in the premises. The consensus of opium of seemed to he that the Only Point a which connection could hot made would lie near the old Aqueduct Between which a a out and the Riv a the pipe ordered and being it Unk is of sufficient capacity to carry Oft the combined sewage of blizzard s run and the Hospital for the insane. This would enable the Hospital to Lay its pipe in a direct line probably in the Bottom of the canal and would give a Large portion of our Borough the Benefit of sewerage which otherwise for Many years to come might not enjoy that roil swindlers. Allow easy some people can be Cozene out of their hard arned shekels by the Gullible facetious Tiess of tin Slick tongued lightning Rod swindlers is again being demonstrated in this Vicinity. It seems that the favorite manner in which the Farmers love to he properly Gold bricked is at the Tidei and merciful bands of a Well dressed stranger who with his easy flow of words and glittering something for nothing offer induce them to place their names upon All kinds of contracts which inevitably turn out to he a note for a Large amount of Money. Friday morning a Well dressed pair of these simplifying the Money without work question men approached several Farmers living below Catawissa with one of their schemes hut luckily the Farmers were Wise and they were not successful. The proposition is that they Are putting up lightning rods free to Farmers living five or six Miles apart just for an advertisement for their firm hut asking the Farmer to pay three or four dollars to help meet the sex Peuse of putting them up of course the agreement turns out to he a note for a goodly sum of the hard earned Cash which must he paid to or get the Price easy. This is Only the Ito inning As the swindlers arc moving from other parts of the state where they have reaped a Rich Harvest particularly in Wayne county where it is said the Farmers were swindled out of thousands of dollars by a pair of these easy livers who finding it too hot for them were forced to seek the Day at Sha Okiu. A tally to party from this City drove to Shainok Iii yesterday where they were entertained at George tronet terms cafe. An excellent menu was served. The following were in the party mrs. Harry Hancock mrs. Arthur Amesbury Aud son Penn mrs. John Rieck mrs. Jacob Fisher mrs. W. C. Williams and son Lewis mrs. Lewis Titel mrs. Dave Thomas mrs. Thomas Davis mrs. J d. Evans mrs. David Evans mrs. Richard Hooley mrs. William Walker mrs. John Herr mrs. Jennie Marshall miss Ware miss a Chiyau miss Heiss miss Koch or and miss farm House. During sunday afternoons storm lightning struck tin Large Fine House 011 tin Frank Ellis farm near Exchange doing considerable effects of the drought. The drought is making itself keenly Felt in this Vicinity. The grass is dying in the Fields and the Hay crop consequently is doomed to be a failure. The wheat too. Shows the effects of the drought Ami will be much less than a full crop. The lust lies deep on the country roads As Well As on those streets in town which Are not sprinkled. The River is falling rapidly and old Reid cuts can not recall a time when the water was so Low at tin beginning of j urn. F. Q. Hartman is preparing to build an addition to his silk Mills la this City which will increase the capacity of his already Large Plant immensely tin Laud forming the site is being graded so As to raise the us a Portius two feet above High water Mark to la addition which will a a one Story Brick 140 feet by 53 feet will stand 011 the River Hank Para Ltd with us a present Mills. The hoi Diug of addition Fol lows very closely us a a the heels of the recent a larg ment. Which took in the has in it a Large Well lighted Apartina i get never before put to any practical use which furnishes 5onu Square Fet additional floor specs the Hasiu it is now u aug filled with machinery and when completed win add to the present Large production 1200 to 1400 a i id additional per week. Or. Hartman anti ii it ates no difficulty in securing All the help needed his constantly growing business makes expansion at All times possible Ullh this �0 1 in View he is Rou Stanty Tat lug of and drilling a w hands it has never yet occurred when any additional Mach try i Lus talled that he had not All the help that was needed drilled and ready to step in and fill All the new places. To prepare for the needs of the a sequent it ome Silty hands were taken of months ago and drilled in the work the number of people employed in the silk Mills gradually climbing up and by the to my tie addition of the River Hank is com plete there will he som thing like 400 of the pay Rotl. Or. Hartman stated yesterday work 011 the Large Annex to the build lug at Berwick is progressing nicely the foundation is now ready and the building when completed will Doobe the production of the Plant thru a car loads of machinery Are now 00 Tbs Way to Berwick. I11 addition to the i mansion at bar Wick the pop not silk Mills with horns office at Danville have leased and so cured option on the Shicks Lunguy Wool Len Mills a building of about ten thou Sand a i 1 Are feet floor space and in tha course of sixth Days will establish a Plant for the manufacture of thrown silk w the a capacity of 400 to a know pounds per week. Noue of thess to provenience will be permitted to interfere with the Progress of the us Large nut at the Danville Mills which is at All Tim regarded As the Parent Plant. The constant growth of or Hartman s Mills during the Brief period of their existence has been a Marvel to most pop it reflect ing not Only Good manage Orient and Enterprise hut also a degree of Eicel Leuce and perfection in the product of the Plant that has secured for it a steady and growing demand Large crowds at the circus it 1. Customary at some Ifa a a Fox representative cd Tizy Ris to afflict an in difference for the trave lug circus which even May approach disapproval notwithstanding that lieu skid circus a onus around they m arly ill. How Ever sedate Mazag through some sex Case or oth r to get in under the big tent. A Danville is not us like Oty a towns in in Diug to the fascination of the circus. It can he said to its credit however that it in candid and Fra from in the matter our citizens yesterday turned out eur Masse to meet the circus they made to secret of it offered no excuse nor apology hut entered wholly Luto the spirit of the occasion. From the moment the Parad mad its appearance until the close of the evening perform Auto the circus might have been said Toj be the great fact of the Day and that everything Lse was subordinated to it. A by ten o clock in the Forenoon hundreds of people had drive in from the country. The stables Aud grounds about the hotels were crowded with horses and vehicles. The streets we a thronged with people waiting to View the Parad. There w As an audience of at least five thousand people present at the afternoon performance. Another Large Road was present last evening. The collection of animals is really a splendid feature of Robinson great Hows. Nearly every kind of wild animal in the world is represented these constituted a Large Section of the Parade which in its entirety was about As Large and ii Hgt sing an array As Ever so eur kit a our streets. The program contained Many nuts worthy features. It opened with King Solomon welcoming the Jueau of Sheba to the Temple at Jerusalem with her train of slaves Aud attendants this was quite gorgeous Aud spectacular in effect. Not the least of tha curiosities was the feat of a Loo Piuto tin Loop Quot in an automobile which was accomplished without any hitch or Accident in precisely eight seconds a feature which was nothing Short of remarkable was the error manic of the educated seals which gave a hand performance and did some astounding stunts at balancing that might baffle a Laumau being did lie attempt to do As Well. The elephants were splendid specimens intelligent Aud Well trained few Moug the audit ence could recall when they had see a Tiner lot of these animals which could perform a greater no Iuta Erot tricks. The horses too were Noble spec Mona and Well to Ftp to was quite up to the Standard Aud the tight Rou performance were features that All could enjoy

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