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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for Ilio l he circulation of tin paper is 111 creasing rapidly it will pay you advertise in the american subscription $1 per year i l in Yimm h. .1knni n is 1>k v7 1st. Quot Jii 9 .4 a. A a m / v m i wll St in Invar. It Mill t., 11a n v 11 ii a. A lit Mon i in la Hallil i 111 a this country will never be entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own productions. \ Ola. 52-no 19 Danville. 1�?Ta., till Lisda v May . I Bob. Esta bushed in l�5r, f f mis Frances rail Tan mrs s Niece 1 Ells of experiences. Iii ii a Iii mitts Light up the Fin Khz k the min4��?� lout Lik my Cokl was. Not lug Icli Lik May weather this. The Piel a season i omes on apace. Has the of were a debris Digap Piearc Ltd front your Hack a no blossoms and five could not in reconciled at Liis stage. Kcal Wisdom Seidlin use itself by brass baud methods. It is hoped May Frost will Hatt Sjo it for the peach growers. Cultivate the Flowers for the use of the old soldiers of memorial Day. Heading real estate values have increased a million Aud a half in one year. The government Lias it $28,000 in trying oust senator Smoot from a $6.000 Job. The determination of the miners resume work Means much for All lines of Industry. The pupils of the Public schools Are looking ahead with expectancy the coming vacation. There might be a decrease in the canine population without any lasting loss the Community. A number of Danville people Are arranging take in Wilkes Barre s old Home week Celebration with a Rifle Samuel Kurikoti of Westtown. Chester county killed 4� rats tiring hut 45 shots the earthquake May shake san Francisco. But the people of this country Aie showing that they never will. Six of the Shenandoah school directors who have been serving terms of Onevo a for accepting bribes from the teachers have la Yeii released from prison. Nearly a million volumes including Complete bibles testaments. Biblical guide and other religious puh Licat ions were sold or distributed by the Pennsylvania Bible society during the past year Sunbury is planning have a big Celebration on july 4th in Honor of the arrival of a new trolley car for the Sunbury and Northumberland Milton Standard. Texas is getting jealous of Italy and California. Isnit she bigger than either of them look out for something big and up Date in the Way d casualties Down there. The Shau Okiu Borough authorities have decided arrest the entire Crews of Pennsylvania Railroad trains for blocking Crossings with cars there More than a half hour at a time. The British Are profuse in their admiration of the was the american soldiers took hold of the situation in san Francisco and the Able manner in which they handled it. The woman a Baptist missionary society of Pennsylvania has just la Een holding its twentieth annual session at Norristown. It rejoices that it has raised $20,000 for missions this year the largest sum Ever raised in a year. Poor postal clerks were killed in the hover Creek Junction collision Friday it is about time Uncle Sam puts a Stop such Slaughter by making the use of steel postal cars general and compulsory. Or. Charles a Fatman has been commissioned Lay the United states government rename each individual in the Sioux nation. Lie is himself a full blooded Sioux. He Hopes accomplish his task in two years. May or Mccaskey of Lancaster has introduced the practice of compelling boys brought before him for trivial offences read extracts from the Bible after which he reprimands them he think it will do them Good Pur shut orders from the depart ment commander of the <4. A. K. Lincoln Post of so Mookin has appointed Wesley Vangas Kiu orator visit the Public schools Aud make address a in the interests of memorial Day. A Gratifying Rex it comes front san Francisco the effect that the steam ship wharves of that City Are intact and also the railroads leading them this assure. That the City i not Likely lose the Commerce which Lias la Een coming it and for which rivals arc said be reaching out. From Sumatra the Khe Misli i. Sinary society reports a year of har Vest such As it has never before seen. The number of pagans baptized during the year was 4,712,besides 138 Mohammedans. The total number of christians is now 81,704. In 807 schools 14,812 boy Ami girls a under instruction. The idea of gov. Johnson of Minnesota that Man is Worth Inore than $10,000 a year its a rude Shock in the refusal by the new York base Ball club of $76,000 for their crack player Mathewson of the giants. This makes the $10,000 beauties of the old Days seem rather cheap and is a Price of a level with the ins Bram e officers. Miss revived lore tie Philips yesterday Rea letter from miss Frances k Niece of mrs. Bausch in which the Young lady talks most interestingly of the harrowing experiences they All underwent during the past few weeks. The Bausch family she says Are All Safe. Miss Keirmau tells graphically of the privation they have suffered in san Francisco. She says their House at 2 241 Sutter Street is not greatly damaged although the the Walls Are House next the Rausch s toppled Over and the occupants were rescued by chopping them out of the rooms. Miss Keilman save that alter the earthquake and when the fire was owning toward their Home the Rauschs took their furniture upon the Hills and camped there for a couple of Days until the Dan or was past. They Are no whack in their Home hut Are housekeeping under i a at difficulties. They do not suffer or it Ugi. Or famine As food is supplied them when they go the Supply Points Ami stand in line. They have Cook Over fires in the Street As they Are not allowed Light fires in the houses. They Are allowed have a Candle lighted until 11 of clock at night. Grant herring will speak. Hon. Grant herring will deliver the address in this City on decoration Day and Rev. L. I. Ulrich will preach the memorial Sermon on the sunday preceding. Beyond these two addresses no definite arrangements have been made for memorial Day by Goodrich Post. No. 22, 4. A. The members of the memorial committee whose duties among other things will be decorate the soldiers Graves have not As yet All been appointed. Jacob c. Miller chairman yesterday stated that following the custom of other places this year in All probability some of the sous of veterans will be Given a place of the memorial committee. Before Many years the work of decorating the Graves and observing memorial Day w ill devolve wholly on the sons of veterans and for the purpose of giving them practical lessons in the conduct of affairs Aud methods of decorating the Graves it has been thought advisable each year from now of appoint on the memorial committee with the members of the Joist a correspond aug number of the sous of veterans. Every Effort will he made in the several weeks intervening secure All the customary features for memorial Lay. There will he the usual Anarch the cemetery led by a hand or other suitable music. Besides the veterans the sous of veterans and the woman so Relief corps the usual contingent of school children bearing flags Aud flow ers will he in line. The news that Hon. Grant herring has consented he the speaker of the Day will be received w Ith great pleasure by the numbers of the Post and the Large concourse of other citizens who annually take in the memorial Lay address. Or. Herring has the reputation of being an Able and patriotic orator nud he w ill no doubt do full Justice the occasion. The memorial address As usual will be delivered at the cemetery during the afternoon. The memorial Sermon we ill he delivered by Rev. L. I. Ulrich at 10 30 of clock sunday May 27th. Along with the members of Goodrich Post the sons of veterans Aud the woman a Relief corps will be present by special invitation. Funeral of a death of mrs. Jacob Haler. Mrs. Helen Maier departed this life at 2 .30 of clock sunday afternoon at the Home of her daughter mrs. Louisa Bloch no. 18 West Mahoning Street. The deceased was the widow of the Jacob Maier who departed this life some four year ago. Or Maier was in poor health for a number of years. Latterly she suffered a great Deal but her end was peaceful and without pain. She simply fell into a sleep when the heart ceased and there was no Awakening. The deceased was 73 years of age. She was one of the most widely known of our jewish residents and was very highly esteemed. She was a native of Bailen Germany. She came America in Early life settling in Danville where her subsequent years were Swient. The deceased is survived by four sons and four daughters Israel Klias leaser and Joseph mrs. Julius Heim or Lewis Bloch mrs. J k. Acker in i and mrs w. E Wolf Rev. Hue s condition. E. K Ift returned Sunbury from Waynesboro yesterday morning having been summoned there owing the critical condition of Rev. Rue. Or. Left Aid the latest report concerning Rev. Rues condition is that he is unconscious and cannot recover. He is suffering from a breaking of veins in the brain. A pythian Beaver Lodge no. 132, knights of pythias Lias presented the Thomas Beaver free Library a copy of the a pythian history. A All that w As mortal of col me 1pc Kamau was consigned the grave in Odd Fellows cemetery on saturday the funeral was very largely attended. Nearly two car loads of people took the 10 17 train at South Danville and at roaring Creek proceeded in a body from the station the Beautiful Nuie of the deceased. Before the services began the remains were viewed by nearly everyone present. All were impressed with the natural and almost life like appear Ance of the deceased. The body reposed in a Beautiful casket on tin foot of which along with a Large Flag Grace fully folded Lay the Beautiful sword a the gift of his soldiers with it Blade of inlaid Damascus steel its handle j studded w Ith jewels and its scabbard of Silver mounted in Gold. The services were conducted by re Edward Hau Gliton Rector of Christ episcopal Church of this City. He paid a most Beautiful tribute the memory of the deceased. He had indeed a kindly sympathetic audience Aud when in succession he took up the Uluig traits of colonel Pekin and a character and showed that in All Ali relations of life lie was actuated by pure principles Aud a kind regard for others those who had known the deceased so Long Ami so Well deep in their hearts Reg stored a silent amen. In these Days when so Many men go wrong when those in Public office prove false the Trust reposed in them when greed Aud avarice stalk abroad and a disgrace has fallen on the american Home in those Days the so weaker declared such lives As colonel Eck Matin san needed As an example show How men can True their country and make great sacrifice for it How they can Al ways he influenced by w hat is Good and Beautiful How they can by Loyal the heart the Home and those who love and de feud upon them. While or. Hau Gliton was speaking the Robins were singing cheerily among the Trees and shrubbery and the mild Spring atmosphere was redolent with the doors of blossoms and Flowers. All nature seemed he in Harmony w Ith the Eulogy la aug pronounced and the tender recollections of the that lingered in every heart How one could not but reflect that die As colonel Eckman had beloved by Liis fellow men was win the approval of heaven Ami thus death seemed it be robbed of its worst terrors. Shortly after ii 30 the casket literally covered with flow ral offerings was borne out the Road and placed in the Hearse. The Active pall bearers were James Scarlet .esq., c. P. Hancock m. 11. Schrant a. H. Woolley w. A Kramer and j. C. Peifer. The honorary pall bearers chosen represented Goodrich Post no. 22, g. A. R., Aud Mahoning Flod i no. 518, f. Amp a. M., both of which the deceased had for Many years been a member. The veterans representing Goodrich Post were j. H. Hunt Samuel Mills William treas Augustus Woods and d. D Williams the Lodge member. Were George Maiers w. L. Sidler John e. Roberts and e. S. Miller. The remains followed by the funeral party of foot were taken the roaring Creek station the funeral proceeding by the 12 of clock passenger train this City. At South Danville the train was met by another Hearse and a number of cabs Aud the journey was completed Odd Fellows cemetery. Awaiting the train at South Danville was a delegation of company of uniformed some Twenty five in number who joined the cortege. At the cemetery neither the masonic nor the g. A. Burial rite was observed the body being consigned the grave with the impressive service of the episcopal Church. The following Pel sous from out of town attended the funeral or. And mrs. George Darbey and Harry Hench of Harrisburg former judge William m. Rockafeller of Sunbury Gail Hanley of Sli Mokin Keniery Frank and James Eckman and mrs. Oscar Heller of Kline Grove or. Marion Vastine and William Rishel of Cata Wissa William Stefnagle of Berwick Aud Lew is Rodenhoffer of Buffalo n. Y. Iron holders a annual Outing. The Iron moulders Union no. 124, is preparing for a monster picnic which will be held at Dewitt spark on saturday june 18th. So far As known it will he the first big picnic of the season. A program of sports will be arranged yet during the present week. The picnic will be the usual All Day affair and will include a game of base Ball Between the Quot Strong Springfield team and a picked team of Danville. There will let a Good music and dancing during the Day and evening. A fancy Rock aug chair will be Given away on the occasion. The chair has already been selected and May be seen in the window of Dosier Bros store. Mill Street. The Iron moulders constitute a very Strong organization and their picnics in the past have been very successful and Well managed affairs the Borough Council Friday had its hands pretty full in disposing of matters pertaining sewer extensions. It grappled with the subject in an Earnest business like Way and revealed by its action that it is favourable a steady Extension of the system take in the greater part of the Borough. A petition was received from the Thomas Beaver free Library and the a Young men s Hristian association asking that the sewer system of the i Borough he extended so As enable both above named institutions take advantage of the same. James Scarlet �esq., was present in the interest of j the petition explaining the defect inthe drainage at the Library building i and the urgent need of Relief. Or. Sweisfort moved that the Borough sewer be extended Down ferry Street and connected with the sewer of front Street the y. C. A. And the Library Pav for the Cost of joining the sewer but be exempt from the usual fee for connect aug As Well As the annual rental. The motion carried unanimously. Or. Sweisfort of the sewer committee made report on an application for sewer Extension on Walnut Aud lower Mulberry streets which was referred the committee at tie previous meeting. He reported in favor of extending the sewer from Church Street out both Walnut Start and lower Mulberry Street As far As wanted. Superintendent Keefer took exception the report and at his advice it was ordered that the sewer be extended from Church Street out lower Mulberry Street the first Alley leading northward which it follow As far As the rear of Lewis Byerly a property. Of motion a uniform sewer rate of one Dollar per year was fixed for cellar drainage in the Borough with $ for connecting. Borough electrician Jones presented his report for the month of april number of lights reported out in causes Cut 3 arc lights 2. / the Plant ran 255 hours,45 minutes Dost of running $243.82. A number of residents and taxpayers living in Gulicki a addition second deceased j Ward presented a petition asking that some a they be Given the benefits and con a be ubences of Borough Light and water. A the following Are the signers Henry a Trutt Pierce Brill r. H. Morris e. Ii. Morgan Eugene h. Moyer Archie 1 Karp m. E. Beyer. Howard j. Ward John Barry Thomas Crumb Joh Carr jr., c. N. Childs Thomas John Margaret Crumb mrs. Louisa Crumb Emmanuel Dimmick mrs. Mary j. Gulisek. Howard Ward appeared before Council in the interest of the a petition. Explaining that a Large number of the residents would be water takers. On motion the petition was referred the comm Itte Esou w Ater and Light. On motion the Standard electric Light company was ordered number its poles As previously directed by Council. Of motion it was decided advertise the canal Bridge at Wall Street for Sale with a View removing it. It was also ordered that disused boilers purchased at scrap rates be Laid in the canal on which a Culvert he constructed. The Stone will he Given the water commissioners for the purpose of constructing a retaining Wall at the water works. The Culvert will be constructed of cinder and ashes that accumulate at the works of Curry a co., and other firms. On motion of or. Russell it was ordered that the water commissioners be Given permission construct a retaining Wall at the water works. Or. Vastine stated that additional Light would be installed on West Mahoning Street and Railroad Street As soon As the residents comply with councils request and trim the Trees on the Street so As admit of the free passage of Light. Borough treasurer Ellenbogen presented a report of finances Date which showed a total Cash balance on baud of $7558.38 the following members were present Vastine Boyer Sweisfort Dietz. Bedea Finnigan Jacobs Eise Cliart Russell Aud Angle. Chairman Gibson being absent Amos Vastine was chosen president pro Tern. Boro ugh do part m e it. St regular employees labor Light depot Washington Hose co Joseph Lechner Atlantic refining Ltd a d. C. Williams John Hixson. H. L. Gross inter Standard Gas co Charles Snyder James daily Well a ver hardware co labor and hauling George died g. A. Rossman. B. B. Brown it health offic water i Hipa Kim ent. Regular employ labor at water $115.00 9.00 1.45 14.00 39.15 4.42 9.95 50.00 f Spring crops tenderer sort of vegetables injured by i weather. And much damage May result Hardy vegetables and the fruit Orchards not damaged by the cold. Farmers from All Over the county say that they fear that the continuance of the cold snap will seriously injure the Early Spring vegetable crop. The predicted Frost failed materialize because of the High wind hut on tuesday and yesterday the Mercury dropped 43 degrees in the farming sections of the county. The cold wave is unusual for this time of the year and has already Given the Spring Tomato crop which showed unusual prospects week a decided setback. These plants Are very sensitive weather conditions and according a Farmer who attends the local markets great concern is being Felt for their condition As their growth has been practically stopped. Another vegetable that is being injured by the Chilly weather is the string Beau of which there Are thousand if rows plated in this county every Spring Supply the local demand. These bean plants do not Stop growing when cold weather prevails but the bean itself becomes As the Farmers term it re beets lettuce and Many Spring vegetables have suffered. In contrast the More delicate plants there Are others that Are thriving especially the on Ion hundreds of Bunches of which Are sold at from five ten cents it or Bunch. Strawberries potatoes and All of the hardier members of the vegetable class Are All in Good condition and harm i exp it act cd a come them. The cold Lias caused no damage the Orchards Aud peach Apple and Pear Trees Are in full Bloom. The Only cause of alarm that the Farmers Manifest in the care of the Trees is that the Many recent Rains May Wash pollen from the blossoms which would cause them lose their fruit hearing qualities. The Farmers say that this years conditions do not compare favourably with Springs pros it acts for a successful season. Experts at High work. E. Kinn sunday wound up the contract for painting the smoke stacks of tin Reading Iron company of these taking in the Danville rolling Mill there arc sixteen. Stack painting in common with All a High work is looked upon with a Good Deal of interest he most people who prefer keep near sea level and can understand Liat i men possess that enable them a Cale dizzy Heights. Or. Kinn a is painting the stacks is a danvil1 Nan although As a Bridge builder he As been away from town for Long i nerve is. He is an expert in a High work and has been in the employ of nearly All the leading Bridge building firms in the country. He worked Here a luring the construction of our River Bridge Aud was at the highest Points while the Iron work was being placed in position. From Bridge building stack paint aug is an easy step. The highest of the stacks at the Danville rolling Mill where the finishing touches were applied sunday Are about sixty five feet High. Or. Kinn was assisted yesterday by a French Sailor named Peter Newmount who exhibited a Good Deal of dexterity while dangling in mid air sixty feet or More above the ground. The usual methods were employed. A Large Iron Hook by dint of a Good Deal of hard work Aud ingenuity was forc it Loup along Side of the stack Aud hooked Over the top. Suspended from this was a swinging seat upon which the Painter was seated. Beginning with the top of tie stack by Means of a rope Ami tackle the Painter lowered himself As his work progressed. R 14.00 a. 40 91.77 15.00 10. So 13.50 mrs. Fred Houghton of Sunbury spent sunday with friends in this City. Mrs. Joseph summons and son Stanley of Reading Are guests at the Home of Seth Lornier Corner of Pine Aud Walnut streets. Miss Katherine Vastine student at Bucknell University spent sunday with relatives in this City. Isadore Rosenthal id Lewistown spent sunday with friends in Danville. Or. And mrs. Joseph m. Schain Aud children of Berwick spent sunday at the Home of Samuel Lowe Stein West Market Street. Mrs. Harry Bright son William and daughter Elizabeth of Sunbury spent sunday at the Home of mrs. Brights parents or. And mrs. William Moyer Chambers Street. Clarence h. Jacobs soil Lahlou and daughter Margaret of Philadelphia spent sunday at the Home of or. Jacobs father John Jacobs sr., West Market Street. John Cormeau of the p. Amp r. Surveying corps at Carlisle is spending several Days with friends in Danville. George d. Gearhart of Philadelphia is visiting relatives in South Danville. Miss Elsie m. Wilson who is now teaching at the Bloomsburg Normal school spent sunday in this City As the guest of or. And mrs. I. 4. Barber ferry Street. George r. Bernhard general Secretary elect of the Danville y. C. A., returned Scottdale yesterday morning after a several a lays stay in this City. Captain John a. Winner of Wisconsin. Arrived in Danville yesterday morning for a visit with his son John s. Winner Cherry Street. E. T. Linuard proprietor of the Montour House arrived in this City yesterday from Philadelphia for a Short stay. William c. Lawrence of Kline Grove was a visitor in this City yesterday. F. C. Smink president of the read ing Iron company was in this City yesterday on business connected with the local Plant. Or. And mrs. Abram Lakue will leave today take in the old Home week Celebration at Wilkes Barre. Miss Jennie Amesbury and mrs. William Dyer left la.evening for a trip Wilkes Barre. Miss Ida Sweisfort will leave this morning for a visit with friends in Wilkes Barre and Wyoming. Lloyd Lamherson. Of Valley township transacted business in this City yesterday. Miss Ivy Mauger left evening for a visit with friends in Wilkes Barre. Mrs. Alb Snyder and daughter Leona left yesterday fora weeks visit with friends in Wilkes Barre. Harr Chamberlin esq., of Milton trails 1 business in Danville yester Day. Planting electric Light poles. A Force of men under electrician Jones began the planting of poles for tie electric Light Extension of Walnut Street yesterday Aud will finish the work today. Eight poles in All will he needed. The Extension will he carried from lower Mulberry Street up the first Alley East of Church Street thence out along Walnut Street where the Section occurs that is he lighted up. The material needed has been ordered Aud will probably arrive in a few Days after which it will Only he a Short time until the additional lamps will he installed and a portion of tie town that has always been in darkness will have the Benefit of electric Light. A five years and $500. Patricio Llano Ike tier known As a Patsy Patsy a was sentenced lev judge Evans at . To 5 years at hard labor in the Eastern Penitentiary and pay a flue of $500, after having been found guilty of \ merely cutting another dugo on the in and at Contrella several weeks ago in re labor on Strei p. A r. Frei w. T. She a Lech u i. .11 i \ a. Wei i m i Standard a a p. A r. A $157. My 32.1h 10.50 24 16 a a i so. 80 3.99 30. 19 the Philadelphia her who old a new York audience i hat in a Century there will be , negroes in tills country must have been deter Lilied make the future look As Zidack As possible. Will attend convention. At a special meet aug of the Friend ship fir a company held monday eve. It was decided attend the 4-county firemen a convention at Bloomsburg on june 13th, in a body and engage the Mechanicsville hand furnish music for the company on the Occo Ion. The convention includes Schuylkill Luzerne Lackawanna Aud Columbia counties Ami the Friendship company from this City i going attend in response a special invitation from Ihu convention committee. It was also decided evening that any of tin members of the company who desired should attend in uniform Aud in a body the festival at Bloomsburg saturday evening w hich is a he held for the Benefit of tin convention fund. Elder Stevens Iii. A i account of the illness of presiding elder g. W. Stevens a if the Harrisburg District methodist episcopal Church. In will lit unable cover his duties this week and Ini appointed Rev. W h Stevens take car of his duties during his illness. Rev g. W. Stevens has been suffering for some nne with internal trouble Utah smashed a slight freight wreck occurred on the p. A r. Railway just East of the station yesterday morning which although confined one car came very near blocking the Roa i for a while. The Accident occurred at 8 10 of clock just As a North hound freight was a poaching the station. An air Hose broke which brought the car a Gondola a sudden Stop. The train was running at a Good rate of Speed and the rear Section under the momentum hum died up against the disabled car with a Force that nothing could w withstand. The car broke in two one half piling up on tie other half tie train still in motion dragging the Mas of wreckage a Hundred feet or More. The damage was confined principally the one car which was practical la empty containing Only a truck consigned w. F. Pascoe at Sli Mokin. The track however was effectively blocked. The 7 53 passenger train was enabled pass by taking the siding and thus was delayed Only some fifteen minutes. Meanwhile tie wreck Crew was summoned from Catawissa Aud before noon every Trace of tie Accident had been removed from the track. The car reduced a mass of kindling Wood was thrown by tie wreck Crew Down Over the embankment where during the Day the Wood work was sawed up into Small pieces Aud removed. The Iron work will go tie scrap pile. Large shipment of Salmon. The hearts of local fishermen were made glad tuesday by news received from the state department of fisheries the effect that of Friday a Large shipment of Susquehanna Salmon will he started on its Way Danville for the purpose of Stock aug the North Branch at this place. A number of our local Waltons among them Johnny Moyer Harry Ellenbogen m. H. Schram Ralph Kis Ner Eugene Miles Aud William Lloyd have for some time past been working with this end in View. A number of Large mouthed Black Bass Fry were placed in the River Here a year or so ago and have thrived nicely. Susquehanna Salmon Wall eyed Pike Aud Pike Perch Are All the same fish. They Are of most delicious flavor game in tie extreme furnishing the finest kind of sport the experienced Angler. They Are by no Means As abundant As they ought he in the North Branch and the local anglers would like see Iem More plentiful. The shipment one of the largest Ever received in Danville will leave the hatchery at Erie on Friday and will arrive Here on the 7 07 a. In. D. L. Amp w. Train saturday morning in charge of a special messenger. Notice of the shipment tuesday was received by several of the different men interested in making application. They were requested reply the department of fisheries immediately giving Assurance whether or not they would he on hand receive the fish. Interment at pottsgrove. The remains of mrs. Hau Ali Reese who died at Williamsport were brought pottsgrove yesterday for burial. Mrs. Reese was the widow of the late Peter Reese and was 83 years of age. She resided near pottsgrove until about the first of april when she with her son Clarence moved Williamsport. The funeral services were held at Williamsport yesterday morning interment being made later in the Day in Centre cemetery pottsgrove. Will install shooting gallery. Harry a Lienbach of the firm of Achenbach and Moore managers of the howling alleys is in Philadelphia this week purchasing a shooting gallery outfit which will he installed in the local howling alleys in the near future. It is the intention of the firm it it install the gallery which will he up Date in every particular having the latest improved repeating rifles and moving figures in the Danville howling Pavilion first. Later the outfit will he taken Bloomsburg. Hospital trustees in session. The trustees of the Hospital for the insane held a regular meeting at that institution tuesday. The following were present h. Schoch of Danville or. Shoemaker of Wilkes Barre or. B. H. Detwiler of Williamsport Howard Lyon of Hughesville w. F. Shay of Watsontown and c. G. Van Aleu of Northumberland. Hon. James Foster who was injured in a runaway soon after his appointment As trustee has not As yet been Able attend any of the meetings although lie is recovering. Nothing was done at the meeting tuesday beyond the Mere routine of proceedings. It was thought that the plans and specifications for the Brick building House the heat Light Aud Power Plant would he on hand hut they failed arrive. It was something of a disappointment the Hoard that they were not Able pass upon the plans. The trustees Are very anxious award the contract for the building which has already been delayed quite Long enough. The plans and specifications however Are expected arrive in a Day or so flier in All probability a special meeting of the trustees will Lee called and the contract awarded. Among the bidders it is understood will he one or More of our local contractors. Lias est Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces the Public that he is prepared at All times execute in the neatest manner. Job printing fall kinds and description. Magill plans the erection of a Fine dwelling on the spot. Tie triangular plot of ground at the lower end of West Market Street owned by John Marshall Ami known As the Ark lot is about become tie site of a modern residence built by James d. Magill command a View of the Beautiful expanse of scenery embracing the Broad sweep of River with the wooded Heights of Montour Ridge of one Side and the Broad sweep of farm Laud on the other. Or. Marshall retains fifty feet of tie Eastern or Broad end of the lot containing the two dwellings. All the other portion some 250 feet on water Aud West Market streets has been sold or. Magill. The consideration is one thousand dollars. That portion of the lot heretofore famous for its excellent strawberries this year will yield its crop which will be marketed by or. Marshall. After the crop is disposed of the lot will pass into the hands of the purchaser. Or. Magill yesterday outlined his plans. He Lias always been charmed he said with the romantic Outlook from the Ark lot and now that it has become necessary either remodel the Homestead of West Market Street or build a new Home he has decided of the latter course. At the present stage lie can not give a definite description of tie proposed dwelling beyond the fact that it will be built with special reference the scenery affording a convenient Outlook Down the River. The Magill Homestead on West Market Street was built in 1814 and therefore lacks Only eight years of being a Century old. Instead of making any material alterations therefore or. Magill says the House will be preserved As a landmark. Well known doctor dead. Or. .1. W Wiley of Benton tried yesterday afternoon after an illness of a year Aud a half. The deceased was a graduate of Jefferson medical College and was about years of age. He is survived by his wife. Or. Wiley was widely known throughout the Rural districts in the Vicinity of Benton they should have it. Tie civic club of Bloomsburg inaugurated a movement for the abolishment of a Market House in that town. In the language of one of the members of the club a Bloomsburg Curbstone Market system is As ancient As the Bills Aud is tiling if not Satis fast Oil. A that was the View taken of the Sunbury Curbstone Market which has been supplanted by a spacious Market House that is in every respect satisfactory accommodating a major Ity of the marketers while the overflow constitutes a Large sized Curbstone Market. Every progressive town should have a Market item. Laid rest. Mrs. Jacob Maier whose death occurred sunday was consigned the grave in the jewish cemetery yesterday afternoon. The funeral took place at 1 p. From tie residence of mrs Louisa Bloch a daughter no. 16 West Mahoning Street where the deceased had her Home for some time previous death. Tie services were conducted by rabbi Joseph Zeisler minister of tie b uni Zion congregation of which the deceased was an old and honoured Mem her. The pall bearers were Harry Ellenbogen k. L. Marks Henry Drei fuss and Samuel Bloch. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were or. And mrs. Emanuel Wolf of Philadelphia or. And mrs. Eleaser Maier of Atlantic City or. And mrs. E. Acker Mau of Boston mrs. Emma Maier and daughter. Miss Helen Maier of Sunbury or. And mrs. Lewis Orlieu mrs. Oscar Alexander or. And mrs. Max Gross and mrs. Lewis Gross of Bloomsburg. Sign painters at work. A couple of very expert painters in the employ of r. C. Maxwell of Trenton n. J., arrived in this City yesterday for the purpose of repainting tie Large Coco cola and other signs which occupy tie sides of buildings and other Large exposed surfaces. The men began work of the Side of tie mansion House restaurant and soon had a crowd of interested spectators. Only a slight alteration was made in the lettering the painters in the main following old lines. The paint was applied with wonderful rapidity with no apparent attention detail yet when the work was finished it showed up All right Aud at least from a distance appeared artistic. C. Maxwell does the work for the advertisers by contract. The painters he employs Are evidently in a class by themselves who possess the ability of getting Over an amazing amount of work in a Short time. Call off the hounds. There comes a complaint from a number of the Farmers in this Vicinity that Many hounds Aud other Hunting dogs Are permitted by their owners run at Large and Chase the game. No dogs Are i permitted Hunt game Dur aug the months from january August inclusive. Unless the practice i discontinued some of the dogs May be shot. Hade agent at West Pittston. The a Wilkes Barre Leader Quot on tues Lay in its Plymouth department Lias the following say about a Well known Young Man of this City who is carving out a career in the Busy localities up the River a for his faithful services Here As Telegraph operator at tie d. L. Amp w. Station Thomas c. I Laud Lias been made agent at the West Pittston station. Or. Ireland began his new duties this morning. George Lawrence the local agent tendered or. Irland a reception at Liis Home saturday night. Those present were Harry Scott David Owens Thomas Owens Thomas Jenkins a. E. G. Keene William Yaple a. E. Williams George s. Chamberlain sep i Reese p. C. Hartman Roese Llewellyn Leslie Hobbs William Rowe and Samuel our now. A or. I Laud is the Sou of James m. I Laud the Mill Street photographer. He took his first lesson in railroading at the d. L. Amp w. Station this City. The news of his rapid advancement will be received with pleasure by his i Ian friends in Danville. Funeral of i Liss Christian. Miss May Christian whose death occurred monday afternoon will be buried today. Tie funeral will take place Al w o clock this morning from the family residence Corner of Bloom and ferry streets. Interment will a made at Millville

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