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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 15, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaRailroad time tables. Plan no a h. K. East. 7.11 a. M. Iu.17 a a 2.21 kit. M. 5.50 a a 40.17 a. M. Sundays. West 0.11 a. M. 12.15 1. M. 4 01 Quot 7.51 4.81 1. Ii d. L. Amp w. K. East. �.57 a. M. 10.10 a a 2.11 p. M. W St. 4.0� a. M. 12.47 p. M. 4.85 a a 8.4u a a sundays �.57 a. M. 5 51 p m 12.47 p. M. 8 40 Quot pu1la a heading k. H. North. South. 7.82 a. M. 11.24 a. M. 4.00 p. M. A 05 p. 51. Bloom Street. 7.84 a. M. 4.02 p. M. 11.22 a. M. �.01 1. M. J. J. Brown the Eye a specially eyes tested treated fitted with a lasses sad artificial eyes supplied. Market Street blooms org a. Hours�?10 a. In. To 5 p. In. Tae phone 1406. Tribute to r. L Polk s memory. The House of representatives 011 saturday last Laid aside Public business to tribute to the memory of the late representative Rufus k. Polk. Those who delivered eulogies on the life and character of or. Polk were messes. Green and Bates of Pennsylvania Richardson of Alabama Bellamy North Carolina Stark Nebraska Badgett Tennessee and Clayton Alabama. Or. Green said in part a amid the carnival which the grim reaper has been holding with the members of this body i am called upon to perform the most difficult and the Saddest task of my life. With Graceful words and elegant phrases it is easy to a last tribute to colleagues respected admired and esteemed but this Man was my Friend my Comrade my Roommate and i loved him. Not with the Flowers of rhetoric but with heart throbs and with tears 1 approach his grave. The Rose and the forget me not with the Violet and the leaves of the sturdy Oak a would weave in a Chaplet to his memory and bind them together with Heartstrings. Justice i cannot do him for the feelings of the heart Are not told by words. While he lived i never knew How much attached i was to him and his death has left a void which time alone May fill. When the Rumor of his sudden and unexpected death was brought to me i Felt benumbed and the truth came As a Bolt from out of the Clear Blue of sunny skies. Never will i forget the Shock. Never the lonely feeling i had for Days afterwards when i came Back to the cosy apartments where together we lived. 1 never thought 1 could miss one so much and i never Felt so thoroughly alone and less inclined to resume the work piling up before me. What endeared this Man to me i can not Tell. I met him hut two Short years ago when we came to the fifty sixth Congress. One makes few warm friendships in Middle life. This was one and it Strong la i Napa for that reason. I liked him from our first meeting and As we were drawn oftener together the Bond of Union strengthened. He was ten years my Junior and it surely was a not his advice nor his judgment i sought. But what made every Man woman and child who knew him love him he had Many warm friends among his colleagues and when you heard even his acquaintances refer to him it showed that he had impressed them with his irresistible Charm. At his funeral when the Long line of Brawny workmen whom he had employed filed by his coffin stausing to take a last look at his face motionless in death you could plainly read in each Many a countenance the fact that they too had come under the spell of this Charm and sincerely mourned the loss of one whom they regarded As a dear Friend. He was a Lovely fellow. I never met one More lovable. His voice soft and Sweet and its musical accent and expression bespoke him a son of the a old no one who Ever heard him talk will Ever forget its gentle winning tones. More winning than his voice were his manners. They were never acquired but inherited from aristocratic ancestors polished gentlemen and charming ladies of the old school who ruled the South in the antebellum Days Aud this inheritance was strength ened by education Breeding and refined surroundings. His nature was sympathetic and lie could not4x�ar to see Man or beast suffer and was always ready to give to distress such Relief As was in his Power. His generosity was proverbial and not Only did lie spend his Money with lavish hand hut i never heard him fail to give everyone the Benefit of a doubt and never unless richly deserved have i heard him say an unkind or uncharitable word about even a social or business acquaintance. So much did lie crave the Good opinion and esteem of his associates and so prodigal was he with his favors to them that i sometimes thought him vain and seeking admiration. To an exceptional degree he de the charming spirit of camaraderie and that made him popular at Home and abroad. His faults were but skin deep and never reached his heart or scarred his soul. With All these traits his character and personality were Strong not weak and no one could Ever say a a not More firmly or was More tenacious to his own carefully formed opinions. Often when a Man or a question was being discussed with general agreement to the Surprise of All would he announce a different opinion and give convincing views in its support. Yet his manner of announcing such a difference although firm never seemed to offend. I envied his tact on such occasions. But More than All these he was Manly and just and strictly honest in both word and thought and deed. I11 our close association i never heard him utter a word from which one could form a suspicion that he sought to injure or obtain an unjust advantage of anyone with whom he dealt and in1 exacted the same business integrity from others in their dealings. He despised a dishonest Man and left him severely alone. He had a vein of stubbornness running through him and at times it took a rough hit and a Strong hand to control him when his Teeth were set. These fits happened but Seldom. Asa Rule he was gentle full of warm generous impulses kind hearted sympathetic courteous and tolerant even of the prejudices of others. Much of his life and his ambitions i Learned from his own lips As we sat after dinner in the evening Twilight and exchanged Mutual confidences before we took up the never ending tasks of congressional life. He would Light a Cigar and stretch out on an easy chair and talk of his wife Aud his babies of his parents and his illustrious Ancle Leonidas Tho fighting Bishop. This was the history of his life As i gleaned it chiefly from these talks. In the Spring of 18148, when tin United states declared War with Spain Polk with his associates in the National guard left his wife family Aud Large growing business interests and was mustered in As first lieutenant of company of twelfth regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers and served until his Muster out and honorable discharge after peace was established. Almost immediately after his return Home from this service lie was nominated and elected As a Democrat to represent the seventeenth District of Pennsylvania composed of the counties of Columbia Montour Northumberland Aud Sullivan in the fifty sixth Congress Aud although that District was then represented by a Republican his majority was nearly �?~2,. This was his first appearance in the political Arena. Two years afterwards lie was reelected to the fifty seventh Congress with an increased majority of nearly 1,500, so jux Pular had he become. And would have been renominated and elected to the fifty eighth Congress had he lived Aud not positively refused to run again on account of the exaction of his Large and onerous business interests. One evening lie told me the reasons Why lie enlisted in the Spanish War and went to the front in spite of the fact that lie left a wife and family of Young children and Large business interests which required his care and attention behind a sacrifice which no Man under such circumstances could reasonably have been called upon to make. The Story was As near As i can remember it. As follows Quot you see Green All my people in the civil War were what you Yankees called rebels. Every mothers Sou of them fought from Start to finish the Battles of the confederacy and were Loyal sons of the South where they lived when the outbreak occurred. They were generals and colonels and majors in that War. We were of fighting Stock from revolutionary times Down and until that time had always been Loyal to tie stars and stripes and its patriotic supporters when the Republic was formed. My great Grandfather Thomas Polk of Mecklenburg county n. C., was one of the organizers of the Mecklenburg unit one of tin signers 01 the Mecklenburg declaration of Independence. My Grandfather was col. William Polk. A this medal which i Wear is the badge of the order of Cincinnati founded by the officers of the american revolutionary army in 1773. No Man can become a member of the order who is not a male descendant of an original member and inherits it under the Law of primogeniture. I proved my right before i was admitted. Well after the rebellion my Brothers and i entered into a solemn agreement that should there Ever be a War in which the bruised states was interested we would All enlist. A so when War was declared wit i Spain my Brothers Aud myself Aud Many Young cousins were mustered into the United states service Aud showed that we were Loyal to our country Aud Ever ready to sacrifice our lives in the defense of its Honor Aud its Flag. Our pledge Lias been so far kept and we stand always ready to redeem it while life Aud strength shall this Little incident ennobled this Man in my eyes and i knew him Well enough to he Able to vouch for every word he had told me. Is it any wonder that the people of his District Northern men and Loyal men though they were nevertheless were ready to entrust him with their interests in the great legislature of this nation with a firm conviction that their interests and the republics interests were entrusted to a Loyal and patriotic Man. But a few Short weeks ago the slender figure and Manly presence of the Young statesman of the seventeenth District of Pennsylvania was in our midst. His sunny smile and cheerful greeting met us 011 every Side. He left us in the strength of manhood a prime never to return. As i sit in the silence of the Midnight hour in his favorite chair Aud my thoughts wander and dwell upon him these of repeated lines of the Rubaiyat haunt my memory. A tis but a tent where takes his one Days rest a Sultan and the realm of death address the Sultan rises and the dark Fer Yaisli strikes and prepares it for another guest. With vacation Only three weeks off the Small Hoy is Happy. Big Day. Holds up a congressman. Quot at the end of the Campaign a writes Champ Clark Missouri a Brilliant congressman Quot from overwork nervous tension loss of sleep and constant speaking i had about utterly collapsed. It seemed that All the organs in my body were out of order but three bottles of electric bitters made me All right its the Best All round Medicine Ever sold Over a druggist s Over worked run Down men and weak sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from electric bitters. Try them. Only 50c. Guaranteed by Paules it or co. One Hundred and eighty seven residents of this City made up of members of Montour Castle and their friends and accompanied by Stoesz baud left this City 011 a p. Amp it. Special train tuesday morning for the meeting of the grand Castle k. G. E., at Sha Mokin a held tuesday. Returning the special left slut Vokin at 11 o clock last night reaching Danville shortly after Midnight. The grand Castle opened in the opera House yesterday morning the address of Welcome being made by chief Burgess Thomas. The visitors were welcomed by c. H. Huth esq., in behalf of the k. G. Of Shamokin. Retiring grand chief James m. Hutchinson made the response. The Parade was quite an imposing affair. According to information received last evening prizes were awarded As follows for the Best drilled commander $75�?to Allentown. For the second Best drilled com Mandery $50�?lancaster. For commander coming the greatest distance $25�?to Ivanhoe of Philadelphia. For the Castle having the handsomest Banner,$15�?St. Johns of Philadelphia. The ten dollars offered for the fire company having tin largest number of men in line was divided Between the Liberty and the West end companies of Shamokin. The town was thronged with people and presented a gala appearance. Will build a new Church. The lutheran congregation a Wasli into Neville Rev. Owen Reber pastor has decided to build a new Church. A meeting of the congregation with some one Hundred present was held yesterday to consider the question of a site. Of the votes cast 40 were for the old site front Street Washington Ville and 42 for a new location on Church Street the same Borough opposite the presbyterian Church. Some $3 my were raised yesterday by subscription for tin new Church in addition to which there is $3000 in the Church Treasury which will be devoted to the new Structure. There is nothing definite As yet decided upon either As to the dimensions of the new Church or the material of which it will be built. The architect William c. Lowe of Philadelphia was in Washington Ville yesterday. The building committee of the congregation is composed of George Cotter nicely Oyster and Wallace Wagner. Ghosts would frighten Many people who Are afraid of germs. Yet tin germ is a real danger. If this microscopic animalism could be magnified to a size in proportion to its deadlines it would show like a giant Python or tire breathing dragon. The out fact to remember is that the germ is powerless to harm the body when the blood is pure. It is far easier Toke up the germ out than t drive it out after it has obtained a hold in the system. Or. Pierces Golden medical discovery is the most powerful Ami perfect of blood purifying medicines it increases the Quantity As Well As the Quality of the blood and enable the body to resist disease or to throw it off if disease has obtained a footing in some weak Organ. Whenever tin digestion is impaired the nutrition of the body is diminished for the blood is made from the food which is eaten and half digested food cannot Supply the body with blood in Una tits and finality .<4 a try pc to its needs. For this condition there is no remedy equal to Quot Guidon medical it cures ninety eight out every Hundred persons who Gile it a fair trial. When there is constipation or. Pierces pleasant pellets will promptly relieve and permanently cure. Tickets Selling very rapidly. The tickets for a a Queen Esther a which were on Sale a few Days ago Are Selling More rapidly than for any Home Talent production Given in years. People feel that in purchasing an admission ticket they an not alone helping a Good cause hut that they will be sure to receive the Worth of their Money. It is a rare Opportunity indeed to hear All the Good voices of tin town in unison As will be the Case in a Queen the ensemble As heard at tin rehearsals is a treat Worth going a Good Way to hear. Within the last few Days tin chorus has been augmented by thirty two voices sixteen Little boys and sixteen Little girls ranging in age from ten to fourteen years who will come on toward the latter part of the performance. This addition to the Chora brings the whole number taking part in tin production up to about one Hundred. It would he Well to have seats reserved As Early As possible As it will not be Long after tin Board is out be for tin choicest seats will be taken. Danville gets a raise. The readjustment of salaries of presidential to take effect july a reveal the following changes relating to our own and near by towns increase Danville $2,200 to $2.300 Berwick $2, pm to $2,200 Bloomsburg $2,300 to $2,400 Catawissa $1,300 to $1,400 Clearfield $2,400 to $2,500 Dubois $2,4<m to $2,500 Dushore $1,100 to $1,200 Emporium $1, he to $1,700 decrease Blossburg a ,4 m to $1,300. A Case of it. Many More like it in Danville. The following Case is but one of Many similar occurring it Laily in Danville. It is an easy matter to verify its correctness. Surely you cannot ask for better proof than such conclusive evidence. Or. David i. Jones of 401 Church Street says Doans kidney pills cured me of an enervating backache and lame Ness across my kidneys. I might say i had aching stitches just Over my hips and later on i had a great Deal of pain through the top of my head. Doan s kidney pills invigorated the kidneys and though i did not use them a great while they cured me and j have had 110 return of the trouble since. As a remedy for kidney afflictions they were so satisfactory in my Case that i am glad to endorse the claims made for them at All times. For Sale by All dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Mil Burn co., Buffalo n. Y., sole agents for the u. S. Remember the name Doan is and take it no substitute population the population of Montour county should be on the increase if the excess of births Over deaths has any thing to do with it a fact attested by local statistics for the past year. The records show two Hundred and sixty births in the county and Oue Hundred and fifty five Dot paths. It is a coincidence that just Oue half of the births on Hundred and thirty occurred ill the Borough of Danville. The records for the Borough show first Ward births 27 deaths 20 second Ward births 28 deaths 10 third Ward births 45 deaths 14. Fourth Ward by Iblis 30 deaths 21. The natural gain of population in the Borough is fifty six. I11 the county outside of Danville there were forty nine More births than deaths the records of each of the several townships showing the following West Hemlock births 5 deaths 0 Coopers births 5 deaths 11 Mayberry births 3 deaths,2 Mahoning births 35 deaths 17 Derry a births 14 deaths 11 Limestone births 8 deaths Anthony births 18 deaths 11 Valley births 21 deaths 3 Liberty births 20 deaths 9. In Washingtonville one birth and two deaths were returned. Home burned to the ground. Clarence Rishel of near Strawberry Ridge is the victim of double misfortune by storm and fire which has not Only left him homeless but has robbed him of everything but the Bare acres of his farm. During last Winter his barn collapsed under the deep Snow and was a total loss. It had to lie torn Down Aud or. Rishel is just now beginning the erection of a new barn on the site of the old. Early Friday morning or. Rish Els House took fire from a defective flu. Before it was discovered the entire roof was 011 fire. The High wind fanned the flames into a fury which soon enveloped the entire Structure burning it to the ground. Although assisted by neighbors the family was Able to save but a few articles contained in the lower rooms and the cellar. All their clothing was lost. The House was a flue Frame Structure nearly new. Or. Rishel a loss is at least $2, Milit had Only $500 insurance. The farm is now without any buildings and the unfortunate Farmer and his family last night were obliged to seek shelter with the neighbors. Or. Rishel formerly resided 011 Boom Street Mahoning township. A universally attractive Parade i Many men affairs and men could not 1m judged by outward appearances but or. B. Wallace the sold owner of tin great Wallace show is willing to allow the appearance of the Parade of the Wallace show to he tin Index of the Merit of his big Central attraction. His Confidence is based on the self Assurance of what the equipment of his aggregation Cost and what that of imitating concerns Cost their owners. There Are a thousand instances of apparent reckless Aud extravagant outlay of Money connected with its str it display of the Wallace show. Close observers of finish Aud detail will appreciate tin remarkable degree of Superior Fin Neww in Liimol. In a a loom attained by this show. Wallace Soi reus will appear in Dan Ville on tuesday May 20th. In memorial. At a meeting of the Friendship fir company no. 1, tin following preamble and resolutions were adopted whereas�?111 tin Providence of almighty god we Are called upon to mourn the loss of our beloved member William Bomboy therefore in it resolved that we deeply sympathize with the family in their sad affliction and commend them to god for Consolation in their bereavement. Resolved that the charter Aud Hose House by draped in mourning for thirty Days in re Sam it for our deceased brother. Resolved that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our company published in the City papers and a copy sent to tin family of our deceased member. W. Young j. G. Waite John Vastine. Committee. Civil service examination. A civil service examination will la held by the local Hoard on wednesday morning Mav 28th. The examination this tiny a will carry with it a new feature in As much As the successful applicant will in eligible Totlis position of either clerk or Carrier. Heretofore an examination for each position was held. With the Many Rural routes terminating in this cite and the Prospo Rous Outlook for Danville it is quite possible that More help in both departments May be needed. Intelligence office opened. Rev. H. W. Gregory pastor of the coloured methodist episcopal churches of this City Milton Ami Money has established an intelligence Bureau at the reside Nch a of mrs. Elizabeth Boley no. 201 East Mahoning Street. The object is to Supply the demand for Kitchen help in this City. Since the a establishment of Tom several industries in Danville employing female help domestics have in Many instances been hard to obtain. To till the want coloured girls will be brought up from the South. By calling at mrs. Boleyn a information May 1m obtained respecting help to by hired. Washington Ville base Ball club. The washing Sonvill a base Ball team organized monday evening. Following Are the players Captain and Catcher w. H. Hoffa Pitcher j. S. Hoffa Arthur Lawrence or Richard Mccormick 1st base Sidney Hoffa or Arthur Lawrence 2nd has h. Billmeyer 3rd base John Ganer left Field Clarence Seidel cent a Field Benjamin Wise right Field John Robinson or Clyde Hedde is substitute Ralph Seidel. The newly organized team would ii a to meet and uniformed club a hold forger who had Laid his plans Well 011 saturday night last succeeded in swindling our merchants out of considerable sums of Money. During the evening the Muu who readily passed As a respectable countryman appeared in tin general store of d. R. Eekman and made some purchases. Before giving his order he explained to the proprietor that he was Short of ready Cash. His name he said was George Mosier and in was an employee of Andrew Stei Ninan county treasurer. I11 lieu of ready Cash the Man carried or. Steinmaus Check for sixteen dollars payable at the first National Hank of this City which he desired tin merchant to accept in payment for the goods. Business men Are generally chary of checks presented by strangers and or. Eekman hesitated. The fellow however seemed plausible and showed a very intimate acquaintance with the farming Community in general and tiny Moses in particular. He finally disarmed All suspicion by talking in a very familiar Way Over or. Eck Many a Hunting trip last fall in which the merchant and county treasurer Stein Man were companions. Or. Eekman agreed to accept the Check. The fellow bought goods to the amount of four dollars. He placed his signature 011 the Back of the Check in a heavy laborious hand writing characteristic of the working Man not much accustomed to handling the pen. Or. Eekman deducted the amount of the Purchase and Haudy a the balance twelve dollars Over to the stranger. The latter left the store stating that he would drive around in a Short time and remove the goods. The closing hour arrived Aud the goods still remained in Tho store a circumstance not at All reassuring to the merchant. Monday morning or. Eekman took the Check to the Bauk where it was unhesitatingly pronounced a forgery. The Bankers recognized the Signatur. A George Mosier a As that of a Man who had been re fused Money at the Bauk during last week. Oil that occasion he presented tin Check of a Wilkz Sarre party. Or. Eekman says the Man was of medium height with a Blaek moustache and dark complexion. Ii Wor a sack coat and his clothes although clean were by no Means neat or Well fitting. On tin whole the forger was made up to impersonate a hard working guileless countryman. During yesterday it was discovered that at least on other merchant was swindled by tin alleged Quot George Mosier saturday night. The merchant however who is some $14 out of pocket is very much averse to publicity and his name is withheld. Appraisement of mercantile tax of Montour county for the year 1902. Jury list for May term. Grand jurors. Anthony township Levi Fortner. Cooper township John Krum. Derry township i. A. Boat a. D. St. Clair. Danville. First Ward Alfred m. Robinson we l. Gouger. Carl Litz. Danville second Ward Joseph Bird John b. Hartzell Levi Miller John Forney Benjamin Cook. Danville third Ward Andrew Schmidt Philip Foust Samuel Werkheiser w. Fred Jacobs. Danville fourth Ward William Gerringer jr., Cyrus Wolverton. Liui Rathur township a. In. Herr j. R. Cotter. Liberty township Clarence Beurett. Mahoning township Jacob Baker. Mayberry township Rufus Bird. Washingtonii lie Borough a Jacob Martz. Travers jurors. Anthony township Joseph Mohr Harry Dye. Derry township a. F. Mourer. Danville first Ward we. Kramer we. Linker. Danville second Ward Patrick Kerns Herbert h. Sweitzer o. B. Sweitzer de. Seidel John Wertman Frank Bergner Edward Griffin William Morrison. Danville third Ward James Dougherty James i Uchau John Ford we. L. Mcclure. Danville fourth Ward a Charles Diehl Elmer Newberry Z. Warntz Peter Woods. Limestone township a. D. Shade. Liberty township we. A cruel Sou j. W. Dean we. T. Dyer pm. Sterner Charles f. Stahl e. G. Taylor. Mahoning township Oscar Kosher Clarence Philips Frank j. Sel Iran Thomas r. Williams j. W. Zimmerman. Valley township Gilbert Raup a. I. Stetler j. W. Young trial list. Following is the trial list for the May term of court Elizabeth Herrick is. George d. Edmondson. John Herrick adm. Of Charles Clement deceased is. George i. Edmondson. W. H. J. Blizzard is. Borough of Danville. James o. Frazier is. Or. P. New Baker. Augusta m. Johnston is. Commercial Mutual Accident company. Gilbert is. Abigail Fenstermacher. Dorman Bros. Is. John g. Hughes it Al. Gomer Thomas is. G. W. Patterson. Certified from the re words at Danville pa., this 19th. Day of april 1902. Thomas g. Vincent Protho a. Hand injured. Benjamin Woolridge front Street an a Iii Loye of Howe amp polkas is Oft duty owing to a painful injury. About Midnight monday while running the buggy lug struck his hand against a pile of rails inflicting an ugly Gash upon the Back of the Palm. Or. Barber inserted to lira a stitches. Styli Sli sprig Mot to any one who will mention the Montour american and Send us 25 cents we will Forward immediately the pattern of an Al Vanee Paris style for a Spring jacket. Address the horse Broughton co. Publishers of la Art de la Mode 3 East Lgth Street new York single copies of i Art Ltd la Mode 35c. List of persons Aud firms engaged in Selling and vending goods wares merchandise commodities or effects of whatever kind or nature residing and doing business in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania Viz Anthony township Dewald j. B. Houghton w. Stead Boyd e. Wagner Lizzie Cooper township. Waples amp Garrison. Danville first Ward. Abbott c. F. Ani Shury a. Antrim w. L. Bailey Amp co. Bausili mrs. M Brown we. G. Brown John g. Butterwick. N. Z Corman e. Davis. L. Dietz M. Drum lie ller. O. R. Evans k. J. Evans trios. Gillaspy James v. . Gosh j. I amp co. Grand Union Tea co. Groue a. H. Harris a. G. Heddens Daniel b. He Deus James c. Herrington f. M. Hunt d. Hunt g. Shoop. James u. Or. Johnson j. H. Knoch Paul Lesiger Bros. Litz Carl magi 11, r. D. Marks Daniel Martin Janies Mills. J. Amp co. Morris r. Moore h. R. Montgomery j. Coli it a Owen f. M. Peters f. G. Philips a. Riehl James l. Roat Geo. W. Sell ram Mart h. Schoch h. M. Schatz Andrew Sechler Geo. R. Shannon amp co. Thomas mrs. We. J. Trumbower amp Workheiser Williams w. Winter steel Geo. B. Woods Chas. Danville second Ward. Carr John a. Aten e. L. Esterbrook h. Fenstermacher Grant Foust Russell gibbous j0i111 m. Harner. F. R. Hoffman Theo. Or. Hoffer George Kemmer Albert Larue Abram Mills. Samuel Rishel w. H. Ritter c. Shepperson win. A. Walker w. 11. N. Yorgy j. H. Danville third Ward Byerly Daniel Boyer Franklin Beyer Chas. Bernheimer h. Boettinger amp Dietz Cleaver j. B. Cole j. H. Cromwell Bros. Cochell. Frank l. Driefuss amp co. Dietz l. Danville milling co. Divel Henry dusters sous Dougherty James f. Davis l. J. Dailey James Eisenhart Jolius Ellenbogen Harry it pc Bros. Eekman d. R. Evans t. J. Fry j. H. Foster Bros. Frazier James Fallon Bros. Foulk r. Amp co. Gouger w. L. Gearhart j. B. Haney David h. Hill mrs. Emma Haney Charles w. Howe f. W. Henrie j. Amp f. Johnson o. John Jacobs sous Kinn Chas. M. Lowenstein Amp co. Longenberger ii. Lyons c. S. Lunger w. Landau m. L. Limberger win. Mcwilliams Carl Miller Charlea Maiers Elias Marks. R. L. Moyer Martin James Mccormick d. O. Murray p. Amp Sou mayan Bros. Mackert we. Mccaffrey James Mccormick d. O. A co Mclain g. L. Myers Geo. A. Miller r. S. Newman j. J. Peters a. M purse 1 it or Montgomery Paules w. R amp co. Parsing i. A Pegg r. J. Reefs Uyda a Geo. F Reick Fred. Rosseau amp Sou. Rosenston mrs. R. Rosenstein Quot a Rosenston a. Riley m. J. Ryan James roat Wellington Russell Andrew Knipe. Henry Ricketts F. . A. Salmon Harry g. Seidel amp Bausili Swarts j. W. Smith to. F. Scott amp co. Shelhart David at. Smith Joe Smedley Fred Seidel w. M. Smith Geo. H. Schott t. A. Tool a j. F. Thomas Gomel tally Thomas Titel Lewis Williams John e. Wei liver J. Woods e. A. Warga Peter wands miss c. Danville fourth Ward. Bruder John Deitrick Peter Grone Nora e. Harris b. H. Hofer Mary a. Derry township. Bogart we s., at. Cooper l. Gresh Ambrose Mowrer Charles Mowrer c. F Robinson t. N. Savidge win. Vognetz g. D. Wise b. F. Limestone township Felton a e. Kramm w. H. Bee lug f. S. Rishel d. R. Liberty township. Ford we. G. James Bart Moser Richard b. Stahl w. B. M a Hon 1n g t it w ship. Heller a. Roberts John e. Mayberry township. Vought z. O. Valley township. Delsite e. S. Heddens j. M. Lawrence w. S. Moser Frederick Wise. W. D. Wash in ton Ville. Cromis Geo. W. Cotter amp Diehl Gibson c. F. Gibson e. W. Gault a. B. Heaton mrs. Emma Heddens a. L. He Deus George k. He Deus Faunys mos a Bros. Messersmith w. J. Yerg Fred Yerg t. B. Zeliff w. T. West Hemlock township. Deighmiller. J. Wholesale vendors g. Weil first Ward. Atlantic refining co., third Ward Bloch amp Benz Bach third Ward Danville mercantile co third Ward. John h. Go scr amp co., third Ward welliver hardware co.,third Ward. Pool amp billiards. O. R. Drumheller first Ward James l. Riehl first Ward c. M. Kinn third Ward notice is hereby Given to All concerned in this appraisement that an Appeal will be held at the commissioners office at the court House in Danville pa., on saturday. May 17th, Between the hours of 9a. M. And 4 p. In., when and where you May attend if you think proper. We. Boyer. Mercantile appraiser Danville. A. April 24th. 1902. In want to do All kinds of printing j i Timber for Sale. The Timber on a tract of land known As Quot mount Nebo a containing 1 >52?8 Arr a belonging to the estate of David m. Perint deceased is offered for Sale. The tract is situated two Miles North of Oakland in Garrett county Maryland and two Miles North of the Baltimore amp Ohio Railroad and is covered principally with White Oak Timber and some Rock Oak and Chestnut. All Small Timber under eight inches in diameter reserved. For further information apply to k. G. Perine 18 e. Lexington St., Baltimore my. Or to John t. Mitchell agent Oakland Garrett county Maryland. A Well print. Tasty Bill or ter head Post a ticket circus. Program St Niento or card an advert Senu a for your business satisfaction to Yoi Lew Type Lew presses Best paper skilled work All you can Asl and the a trial will Mal you our customer we respectfully a that trial. Subscription to Montour american $1.00 per year a. 11 r Mahoning St.,

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