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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 6, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaA Home Pauer a for the Home i or circulation of this paper is in or it ing rapidly. It will pay Yon to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year us. Sikying 11. Jennings Dix list. Us it hours 9 .4./. To 31. Loi Mill St., 1 p. M. To i la m. Danville. Pit. &11 Job printing this coi try Wii vol. 17--no 15. X Nevi a he entirely free until it supplies All of its own deman of with its own in Roduco Lions is Ahli Sigild in l,gt5. Danville a. Tiu in Day novem Lickli it. Idol. N so /. M. In. 425 my i sr., Das Vii i a in a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially i it. A. In. , dentists Jukick tils . Etli extracted without i Aln. Crown and Bridge work a specially. Pulp Aal with the latent and most improved instruments and prepared to execute the most Dilia Eilt work. Or. C. Ii. Reynolds a Dent it a office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in All its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892. Condensed news. Prepare for Winter now. The Coal dealers Are Busy. It was a perfect election Day. A heavy fog every morning now. Dontz forget the poor and unfortunate on thanksgiving. A very interesting program is being prepare d for the county Institute in december. According to the predictions of the Rev. Ire Hicks the weather Prophet november is to he a Mouth of storms and cold weather varied with occasional warm Rains lie says that the first storm movements for the month will he Central on the 3rd and 4th. The store and residence o t. A. Clayton South Danville is being repainted by William Chapman. A. A a. Amesbury Lias moved his agricultural implement warehouse to tie Reir of his Coal Yard. He intends or Ltd thug a House on the former site of the warehouse. The new memorial pulpit will he placed in Christ episcopal Church daring this met Mali. Walk All you can at this season of the year. The air is bracing and the exercise is Worth tons of Medicine. The residence of Elias Woodruff on Gearhart Street South Danville is being handsomely painted by e. A. Adams. Christmas confectionery is making its appearance. Somebody has said there is nothing so rare a a Day in june hut a perfect Day nearly november is no Slouch when compared with one in june. Keith Ever of new Columbia has taken a position As Harten Dei at the Heddens House. Now we can talk about thanksgiving. With business of All kinds on the Boom tin coming holidays will he a Harvest for Danville merchants. G. I. Hair has moved from this City to Shenandoah where he will engage in the grocery business. I. Aust Lutz has moved la is family in the Lions i Liloni Street vacated by or. Bair. Vogels big minstrels at the opera hons Oil saturday afternoon and evening. Special afternoon prices. Children 15 cents adults 25 cents. Many of the lawns about town still present tin Green appearance of summer time. Thomas Pritchard of this City was a Sunbury visitor last evening. The cider Mill at Hoover s planing Mill will close for the season on wednesday november 12. E. G. A. Cline Lias moved Troia East front Street this City to blooms Burg. Thus far the fall Accident in which the child gets burned in playing with a fire made of leaves Lias not been reported. It is a Good thing to warn the children and to keep them away from such danger. Am near As can he ascertained the mine workers Are entirely satisfied with the arbitration commissions manner of taking testimony and conducting the examination. They appear to he particularly pleased with the number of questions the commissioners put to the men and Hoys they encounter during their trips in the mines. In t it about time for the goos Ebone weather Prophet to Tell us just what we Are to expect tin William 1. Himm i Reich Library of that presbyterian Church will be dedicate at Lewisburg Friday evening november 7tli. The dedicatory exercises will in held i the auditorium beginning at 7 3 it o clock. The Rev .1. B. Grier d. D., a former pastor of tie Church and an intimate Friend of the generous donor will make to lies principal address. After the literary and musical programme the Library will he thrown open and the remainder of the evening will he spent in social Intercourse. Farmers living in the Vicinity of Bear Gap have begun a crusade against 11outers who frequent those parts. They say the enthusiastic sportsmen Hoot too near the fart houses and hey Are afraid of losing their lives and poultry. The twelfth annual convention of the Montour county Sabbath school association will he held in the presbyterian Church at Mooresburg on next thursday november 13. The program for the convention sessions is As follows thursday morning 9 30 devotional exercises by f. A. Slioch of Danville address of Welcome by Rev. A. B. Herr of pottsgrove response by Rev. W. Bell of Strawberry Ridge music sunday school reminiscences papers on sunday school topics voluntary addresses music reports of officers announcements. Thursday afternoon 2 o exercises Reading of minutes enrolment of delegates appointment of committees music address a the business end of the sunday school Quot Hugh Cork state worker music address a the sunday school As a Factor in the cause of Temperance Quot Rev. E. I. Dunn of Danville music voluntary addresses announcements. Thursday evening 7 exercises reports of committees address a ingathering Quot Rev. L. B. Danville music a Pri Mary work Quot mrs. W. Bell music address a planning and working for definite results Hugh Cork prayer Farewell words adjournment. Stores were Busy saturday. Business was very brisk in this City on saturday especially in the evening. The streets and stores were thronged with shoppers and Many purchases were made. Many of the merchants report exceptionally Good sales. The Snappy weather of last week and the coming of Jack Frost in real Earnest made t to need for Winter clothing imperative and it was in these lines that the most business was done. It is not amiss to remark that the stores of Danville Are the Best to he found in this part of the state. The local merchants Are not Only up to Date hut in Many respects Are ahead of it. All the stores Are Well lighted have Large display windows and Are cheerful places for the prospective buyers. The stocks Are of the latest Ami buyers can find just what they want at satisfactory prices. Serenading the candidates. Stoesz band last evening started out about s o clock m serenade the Suc a Essul candidates. It rendered a spirited selection in front of the office of Ralph Kisner esq., on Mill Street after which it proceeded to the residence of r s. Acini i Naii esq., East Market Street were it played very nicely for some ten minutes. After the serenade the band marched Down Mill Street As far As the 1. L. Amp w. Railroad crossing where it played another selection and then returned to its rooms. The hand was in excellent form last evening and never played better tin music was much enjoyed and had the effect of enlivening the town tor the time being. Died after Long illness. Mrs. Agues Snyder widow of Albert Snyder died yesterday morning at 2 30, o clock at her Homo on Foust Street. She was aged seventy years and was ill for a Long time. She was Well known in this City Ami had Many friends who sympathize with the family in their bereavement. She is survived by these children mrs. Cordelia Vangilder mrs. Bigler Moyer mrs. George Rowe Joseph Snyder of Danville and John Snyder of Riverside. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at two o clock and interment will be made in the Luther. Cemetery. Catawissa Hack party. A Jolly Hack party drove from Gata Wisson to Riverside on tuesday evening and was Eneita Iund at the Home of or. And mrs. Herbert Clayton. Those in the party were misses Lillian m. Levan Mabel g. Fox Sara p. Smith Ida w. Cromley Lottie e. , Hattie v. Keefer Pearl d. Wintersteen Flo b. Fox Jennie e. Fox messes. Ervin Levan Elias gee Charles Young Stanley shuck Hogan Lewis James Hartzel Elwood Miller Charles Kiefer or. Creasy of Catawissa miss Mae Hammer and Raymond Clatyon of South Danville. Leaves on the rails. The worst season of the year for the railroads h i ing mountainous grades to climb is now being experienced by the men in the service. All trains Are delayed by the falling leaves which cover the Trtek and under the weight of the Pony truck cover the rails with in interfering with the adhesion of the Drivers. They have been known to interfere with the working of the air brakes causing the wheels of cars to slide and become flattened in spots. Evangelistic meetings. A series of evangelistic meetings will he held in the lecture room of the Mahoning Preshy Terin Church beginning monday next. Rev. O. H. Bruce i. J of Jersey Shore will preach each evening. The Public Are cordially invited to attend. These meetings Are held by direction of the general Assembly of the presbyterian Church and have been arranged by the evangelistic rom Mitten of the presbytery of Northumberland. Plurality m vote of Montour county. The full election returns from the various precincts of the county returned to the prothonotary a office yesterday show that Pattison for governor had a total vote of 2075,a plurality of 1132 votes. Swallow prohibitionist candidate for governor received 03 votes in the county. Guthrie demo Catic candidate for lieutenant governor had a plurality of 1024 Nolan for Secretary of internal affairs a plurality of h44. Montour county gave Dickerman democratic candidate Lor Congress a total of 1g03 votes As against god Charles 1391, a plurality of 212. Rev. I Harry Curtin Harman the prohibition j candidate for Congress received a total of 68 votes. Or. Billmeyer democratic candidate for the us expired term in Congress received a total of 1896 votes As against 1082 for or. Lord a plurality of 814. A s. Ammerman is elected to the legislature by a plurality of 898. Ralph Kisner As District attorney is elected by a majority of 334. Cooper and leighow. The democratic candidates for county commissioner. Were elected with a total vote of 1287 and 1466, respectively. Cook Republican was elected As the minority candidate with a total vote of 1159 As against Mowrer a 940 and Millers 770. For county auditors Diehl and Gulisek democrats Are elected with a total vote of 1049 and 1579 respectively As against 1068 for flick Aud 989 for Jones. Or. Flick is elected auditor As the minority candidate. Returns received late last night give Dickerman for the Long term in Congress a majority Over Godcharles of 872 in the District. Godcharles carried Northumberland county by 627 plurality and Sullivan by 3. Dicker Man carried Montour county by 212 plurality and Columbia county by 1290. Billmeyer for the us expired term of Hon. Rufus k. Polk is elected by about 2500 plurality in the District. Lord carried Northumberland county by 345 plurality. Billmeyer carried Columbia county by 1635, Aud this county by about 814. The totals from Sullivan were not obtainable. Patti songs majority Over Pennypacker in Columbia county was 2798. Personal a to uni prepared it the neatest Job printing of All k Intis and Des Tripti no is candidates 1st Ward. To u 2s a h 86 4 or Anthony. Derry. Liberty. R 7 it n #1 w. Hemlock. R. Governor. Penny Packer a. 192 113 181 168 335 120 225 46 175 �?~3 47 15� a a j 22. Ii 100 a 46 16 10 Swallow a. 13 9 10 1 1 1 1 to 1 9 102 4 14 35 s lieutenant governor. Brow r200 125 177 133 44 30 36 24 104 ii 14 Guthrie a. 268 159 3ss 201 175 46 144 99 165 90 54 36 Gambine a. 18 9 9 1 3 1 1 9 2 1 6 Secretary of internal. Affairs. Brownr. 196 131 180 136 43 22 32 36 24 101 12 51 15 15 Nolan a. 251 143 296 184 171 41 145 147 99 158 31 88 53 34 Marquis a. 13 6 9 1 2 1 1 8 2 4 6 Congress. Godcharles a. 070 164 263 181 47 26 41 70 31 21 71 19 3> Dickerman. A. 210 126 232 159 179 45 138 124 92 23 75 53 23 Hannan a. 19 9 a it 10 a it a it 19 4 Congress. Supply vacancy lord. A. 210 134 202 161 48 23 25 38 28 127 10 58 14 4 Billmeyer. 282 155 285 173 172 47 156 151 97 142 35 92 55 53 state senator. Cochran a. 276 159 306 201 179 46 154 95 175 35 95 53 39 representative. Roberts a. 157 124 189 177 61 34 33 36 32 126 25 49 14 Ammerman a. 845 173 311 161 16.3 36 148 157 is 158 19 99 58 46 Kline a. 7 4 a 1 3 1 3 a it 4 3 4 District attorney. Kisner a. 331 181 375 215 79 39 54 47 40 172 9 68 28 31 Ammerman. A. 172 117 116 117 141 31 124 142 84 108 36 42 27 county commissioner. Mowrer a. 145 1 75 139 is 107 n 97 01 4, 77 15 42 13 Cook a. 197 142 208 142 58 19 40 22 140 16 is 44 s Cooper a. 159 4104 132 118 134 of 131 123 88 on so 35 38 leighow. A. 225 163 158 134 141 35 86 131 83 155 29 63 41 16 Miller i. 191 85 223 140 2 a 6 it 1 58 16 4 county auditor. Flick a. 220 i24 185 135 51 a 40 41 a lilo 13 67 1 a i Jones a. 218 143 179 118 19 26 36 a i 104 11 46 13 13 Diehl a. 209 128 228 165 162 47 128 135 92 104 32 74 52 33 Gulisek a. 202 135 215 162 162 41 124 127 90 144 29 75 45 28 Kelso a. Of 14i a a 1 1 10 7 halloween fittingly observed. Noise and confusion reigned on our streets Friday Naglit a there were hitting figures in tiie darkness shouts and laughter Aud the touting of horns tiie general hubbub falling nothing Short of the traditions of the night when disembodied spirits Are supposed to walk abroad and play uncanny tricks upon the living. The Hoys Aud girls were out in Force and it is needless to say they put in Good time. It was scarcely dark when they began their tricks and it was Long after it of clock before quiet was fully restored. If either of tiie two were the most numerous Aud aggressive it was the girls who certainly made the most noise. The prudent pedestrian Friday night avoided the crowd As he was Apt to he made the victim of some trick ill passing. Those any Way incautious were Apt to emerge from the crowd powdered Over with hour if not charcoal. Here and there a person thus victimized became very angry and threatened All sorts of tilings but the majority took the pranks Good Natur edly. Here Aud there halloween parties about town added to the general merriment. The principal function How Cvar appropriate to the night was a masked Hall in the armory held by the younger set. Thanksgiving services the churches of this City will ind Guiou thanksgiving services of thanks giving Day in St Paul s m. E. Church. A program is now Ini up arranged which will make the a View one of much interest. Rev. Or. M l. Shoudel pastor of tin Pino sir a i lutheran Church will preside my Rev. Harry Curtin Harman pah it rot St. Paul a will have charge of tin service. Rev. L. Ulrich a tor of Trinity lutheran Church will a address on a a National blessings Rev. L. B. Twin Jill pastor of to a first Baptist Church on a Udu Viesti Home blessings a and re v. A. I Lerch of the reformed Church Man Dale on a Church this Union service will begin at 10 30 a 111. The musical part of the program will he especially Fine As it will include the select singers from tin choirs of the churches taking part in the thanksgiving for the blessings of the past year. A Isis a a rolling Mill will resume. The Danville rolling Mill operated by James Mullen amp co., which closed Down several weeks ago will probably resume about january first. The reason for closing Down was the in ability to get sufficient Coal to keep Tom Plant in operation. To a reporter of this paper a member of the firm stated that despite All rumours to the contrary the Mill would be started within two months. Nothing has been disturbed about the rolling Mill hut the shafting Aud other material in the Nail department which has not been in use for several years was taken out Aud sold. The Small amount of Stock of baud was also disposed of and the whole Mill Lias been Given a thorough overhauling. The High prices paid for soft Coal daring tin last few weeks the Mill was run affected the profits but it was not until the firm was unable to secure fuel that it was decided to shut Down until the Coal Market became Normal. Improvements at Jostle Grove. Among other improvements at Castle Grove is a Large Extension of the Lawn a live acre tract Northeast of tax grounds being added. Five teams and ten men have been at work for some weeks past digging Down the knolls and grading the t act to be added. The lie Dutiful grounds of Castle Grove already extrusive when enlarged will have an area of nearly thirty acres. The line drive or Roadway will be extended from the mansion across the new tract eastward to the cemetery. These improvements about the Lawn Are under the supervision of or. Eugene of Hara. So amp Moke Here saturday. A game is being arranged Between the foot Hall teams of the Danville and a Shamokin High schools to i played saturday afternoon at in Witt s Park. Manager Randall Jacob will get a definite reply from Sli amok in today although there is not much doubt that the game will lie Here. Sli amok in wanted to come to this City last saturday but the time was too Short so manager Jacobs was compelled to postpone the Date. The Coal Metropolis team is a Strong one Aud will put up a Good contest. The Danville foot ballasts have done some excellent work this season and Are in Tine form. Both Elev us Are in the Best of condition and the lovers of foot Ball Are looking Forward to a first class game when Danville and slut in Okiu get together. J a miss Muriha Christian of this City spent sunday with friends in Berwick mrs. John r. Sharpies Aud daughter Jean of Hazleton an visiting mrs. Sharpies a Mother or. Wilson m. Gearhart West Market Street. Howard Clark of the engineering corps of the Bloomsburg Berwick and Susquehanna Railroad spent sunday at his Home in South Danville. Edward Reese was a sunday visitor at his Home in Lee Luzerne county. Or. And mrs. Mearles Mills spent sunday with their Sou at Bloomsburg. George Stein Brenner of Wilkes Harre was in this City Over sunday visiting his Mother or a unit Stein Biernier front Street. Spencer Vastine a student a Dick Huson College Arlisle is pending a few Days at his Home in South Dan Ille. Misses edit i Fry and Ella old of Bloomsburg,.-pent sunday in this City. Or. And mrs. F b. Ringrose. Of Espy spent a sunday at the Home of or. Kimerer Bloom Street. Arthur Roan of this City sch it sunday at his former hone in Bloom Harg. # William j. Baldy left yesterday for Philadelphia where he will remain several Days. C. See bold of Sunbury trans acted business in this City yesterday. Brute Kelly of Wash info uni lie. Was a county seat visitor yesterday. E. W. Reese of Hazleton was registered at the Montour House yesterday. L. Silcox of Harrisburg called on friends in this City relay. C. Young of be rant on was a business visitor to Danville yesterday. Benjamin if. Stone of Reading greeted his Many Danville friends yesterday. William Johnson of White Hall was a visitor to Lii City yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Huber and mrs Carrie a tones of South Danville ape it yesterday with friends in Sunbury. K v. Culvr of Nanticoke. Was in flu it y -1 v on a trip s h. Rutoli Vausy a Sunbury contractor a. In tin Rity yesterday. M. H urn shirk who was visiting in father Thom cashier has i in a Iii to a i r Hiie in Montgomery. R. A. 1 Toraa thu i a it of r. A five in this City. And i d. A a tit. I 1\ it Ville Terii a Home v St a relay aft r a visit with their sinter. M w \. S Chi. A t m irked i i i Minnie in a i i r evening it to Sunbury a a m in Mitt �v/.-. R of Billville. N. L of the fir to Baptist a it. Irviv a Here let. Ira i in with old friends. Ifs r it i it in i i or a we k visit \. Ril v. Miss Lizzie Ltd it it Kra Ltd a Penny Packer seriously Hurt Little girls have at Cleveland. A bad fall. Gleaning out the gutters. Stroot commissioner Deen yesterday had a Force of men at work cleaning out the gutters on West marked Street. This work which will take in the whole Borough was ordered done at the last meeting of Council to provide Good drainage for the coming Winter Many of the gutters having been reported overgrown with weeds Aud clogged up with dirt and rubbish. The gutters belonging to nearly All the Cross streets of the second Ward have been cleaned and but Little More remains to he dont than to finish the work of East Market and one or two of the other More in h stunt streets parallel. Mrs. John Tooey and Jam ton a of this City and miss k u too. A of Morris Plains n. J., we Mitmon de to Cleveland Ohio re v i n Accident which happen i to Edv. Ii Tooey formerly of Danville on Friday. He was whirled around the shafting in the Newburg rolling Mill and was so badly Hurt that his recovery is doubtful. The full Partie Lars of the Accident were not sent Here hut it is known that tin injuries of or. Tooey Are very serious. His Skull is fractured a Collar Bone broken and it is thought that lie is Hurt internally. He Lias been a resident of Cleveland for Over ten years and has been employed in the Newburg Mill during that time. He is a son of John Tooey and went from Danville to Cleveland in May 1892 St amp Tiou employee on Hunting trip John w. Treas Telegraph operator at the South Danville station left on monday for Huntingdon county where to will spend two weeks gun ing. Oil his return Heber l. Dowitt clerk will take a couple of weeks off Hunting in the same locality. Heber who is a a mighty Nimrod Quot Aud already has several Deer to his credit says that this year lie intends to bring a hear along Hack to Danville. John sheets of Catawissa is filling the position of Telegraph operator at South Danville during or. Treas absence. He will remain for a month until or. Dewitt returns from his Hunting trip. James Carey Aud Howard welliver of White Hall drove into this City yesterday. Popularity of Ralph Kisner. The election of Jralph Kisner esq., As District attorney of Montour Louii to is a recognition of his popularity and ability. He Lias Only been in this county five years hut in that time tin friendships made enabled him to receive a vote that any candidate might Well take Pride in. He was tie Only Republican that carried the county and his plurality i Elos to tour Hundred. When the Vot cast for Pattison and the other democratic candidates is taken into to id Tat inn tin figure by which or. Kronor won is highly flattering. His election meets with Gen eral satisfaction and lie is kept Busy receiving tie congratulations of Many friends. There was no party principle involved in his Campaign hut it was simply one of popularity and lie ran exceptionally Well throughout tie cd tire county As the returns from tie various districts show Marguerite Evans and Marion Jones j daughters respectively of John l. Evans and Evan Jones of the first Ward figured in an Accident last night which although slight caused a Good Deal of excitement. They were indulging in the practice very common with Little boys Aud girls of walking the High Iron railing Between the two roadways of the canal Bridge on Mill Street. They were at the highest Point when the hand came marching Down the Street Ami crossed the Bridge. In tin excitement they lost their balance and fell to tin Roadway. Both were More or less bruised lit tie miss Evans especially who was so Hen u in bed about tin limbs As to he unable to walk. She was carried into tin residence of mrs. Frank Woods Whort both girls Wen tenderly cared for. After a Short Timo they were aide to return to their Homes. They May feel the effects of their bruises for a few Days. Beginning work on vault. Work was begun yesterday on tin new vault for tin Peoples Bank in tin room vacated by the Post office in opera House Block. To provide for tin vault which will be located in tin rear of the room considerable alterations will he necessary on the Interior which will give More space. Ward Kearns writes a letter. Ward Kearns who was badly injured by being struck by a trolley ear in Pittsburg has so far recovered As to he Able to write a letter to his father Henry Karus in this City. At the time of writing he was Able to sit up in bed hut was still very weak. It will he some weeks before lie will lie Able to leave the Hospital. Chir Tab. Tin night for n is mrs. A. New York of or. And m if a i m i v All a. Have return. 1 i Utt. Or a a pm sunt visit v. It a Friend at Oak Grove. Miel a Oliv r la returned to her Fionn in tin. City after a visit of several week in Wilke Harr a. B. Little of picture Rock returned Home yest Eulav morning after a visit with his son l. G. Little on Church fort. A. J g to liar of Lii City went to Williaim Porf yesterday afternoon. Or. And or. Joseph Morgan of this cite sir a pending a few Day in Milton. Georg brawn in gone to la Banon to take charge of a Mill of the american Iron and steel company. Or. William Fisher Aud mis Lizzie Fisher of Atawi us called on friends in this City y. Tray. A. Bet Ber pm i Ini n turned to the University of a ii Sylvania yesterday after a Short visit with i pare it Liis City. Rev. R. H. Wilson will return to the theological Seminary at Prim ton today. To Epli Hale of Lii City Jie it yesterday with friends at Lwi Burg. Mrs. Harry Holling Lead. Who has been spending several months with her father John Dosier sr., Bloom Street left yesterday for her Home in May Ilion Ohio or. And or Janies Long of nor Tiu Merlaud. Have returned Home after spending several Days in tins City i As guests of mrs. William Grove. Mrs. Frank Shellhammer Ami miss Agnes Shell Hammer i or to so Lowry yesterday to see Clinton who is a patient in the surgical Ward of the Mary m. Packet Llo Pital. Or. N. M. Smith of South Danville is at Wolf. Ron yesterday on a Hunting trip. Mrs. David Evan. Or j c mine. J mover and or d. A. Montgomery j of this City spent yesterday at Bloomsburg Ami Berwick. Or. S. V. Thompson was summoned to slide shinny and Berwick a Gerdav on professional business i s. R. Vankirk was a passenger on tin 12 15 Pennsylvania train yesterday afternoon for Olarri Haig and Pitts Burg. James Dougherty,sr., was a visitor to Sunbury yesterday afternoon. Harry Lac who came Home Over election Day Lias returned to his medical studies in Philadelphia. Albert Billmeyer and William Ash Heufelder of washing Oriville Are on a Hunting trip in Dorchester county 1 Maryland. A lire Accident at the yesterday n Wllie broken shot Bier i t Iea that w ill inca work for some fim. Or. Yurrick hold stocking Ali work moving the several a n of whom a s ter Day for work. Or. Yen the place of the Ahsu shortly aft r dinner Der that the the Cindy r was fir a elevated High a til Side of t the switch it out wheeled in supported a it a Ngi ground. Or Derriek when a a a Mith wheelbarrow f striking i head Tell a Al i breast by h. Ing a Tro he suffered intense to walk to Tii bom Berry Street or. Curry a Eal ered that the Man broken. To Era was in i head. After ured hone the pm Iasi a Al Arv to in Ert Thi wound. Laid at re in Danville. All that was mortal of Timothy Donovan was Laid in re Tomb r. Day morning in St. Josephus pm Fery. Many relatives and Frieu us us their tribute of up. Tami to la Floral offerings Wen non Ron. Tie body arrived la tin Ity on the d. L. A. W. Train from v Vav a re City and was take to or. To epic Elm Racli. A sole my High a of re Queini a celebrate d Hyko v of a the. R Faraci Sheehan i it d by Rev father m c. Donovan and Rev. Father m i. Of Reilly. A it to or fsr Josephus Church. Rev. Father it. A a an i the Seminary of St. Ceiri Borren. Over Rook Iii and it in Limo. And Rev father Donovan i re to or o St. Lauf Church in that City. Tlly Are a a a a a in and Uncle Oftle Youtie Man Over whom they a formed Fie Fri. A for the dead. The pall in i no in. Or John . Of Yonkers. N. 1. John six a Han. Of William pm it of Philip Smith of i i John i lie to Dennis Din. I and a r i been of this cite. Among Tho a who aft id it d the of Equina from out a of Lown were Pat Iek a Quot a i Quot in and family. J r do Gnu an Kat in. Ii Van. M. I John Len Aliazi. Annie Leti Ahan or Condon of Yonks a Trio says of null of new Ork min Hal of i it null. Of Binghamton or. Ami mrs. A re lha in it Van. Dennis Donovan. Join her Han. Of William a it it Lis Barry of Phil and Phi i a con y. Mary Lalley. M j. R Dot Van Kat Donovan us a Mary Dorn Van of Youngstown. A Miro. Sportsmen should unite. There has u an unusual a Mand for trespass untie a or farm re during the Pat two week and in re Nve nation with a number Ltd t in if a Learned that tin drivel get a a int a Hunt to had been Tak i advantage of by so Many in re Punu Roung Rren and not Hunters t it the v or my m led for their own probation to Wjk a to their farm and Szof All Hunting on their premia. A in old a Cuti Man from no thumb Rland . Had a Fin Turk v kill d and a a mid off. Several a Tler liar had Fork v crippled by Gui Iii r a hie Farmer a la a red Liat Sev ral Young Hunter were shooting his Pigeon ii told them to top it. Aud in reply a treat 1 to a tirade of Ahue. An a when he ordered the parties off his Piare and told them if they did t get off in would help of them a Lri w his gun and threatened to shoot him Lii a too much. And not wifi Road ing that for Twenty in a a or h a in omitted gunners to roam a will Over his Field in the Hunting a in. He a now in in farm Ami will permit no mar Hunting on the or Mises. To la sportsmen of Thi a Tion should get together and either through the gun Eluh or by a a Parat organization take measures to pro it Sun i. Occurrences and Punili and Black it those who Are guilty of such Eom Tuet w. William it appointed. W. Williams has Hou appoint <1 an additional clerk of the set off and will take tin p Tsi Fiou la Stamper Quot. Th1 inauguration of Rural fit a a f t the general delivery window which t Mam open until s of clip k Thi will in an accommodation highly apr a it �<1 by the Public and a pm the till Ion. To ls95. A a. To town during the list couple of Day which 11 at #15 to #16 put to ton a cording to Quality. Hay a on crop of the farm the pro a it a a n Whiteb was not heavy go he in Timon % a pm a i a by being very scarce but Lith Lay will he shipped a what i for Al m this county will scarcely More than Supply Ali Home demand
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