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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 10, 1904, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for lie 1 he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly it will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year do inv Joti ii. .1 in my is a i icy i is r. A office hours y a. M to i m 104 Mill St., i a m. To 4 p m Danville. A. Job printing a this country will never he entirely free until it supplies All of a sown demands with its own productions Danville. Pa., thursday a Ink Mlika kit. 10 0. 1 All i i/i&Quot/., a ii 425 Mili. St., a. Diseases of the in a 1 i a testing vol. 40�?no 45. Busy night Quot for Council Job printing is l Alil Ishad in fall kinds and do Cropf it r in dentist Ornee is my i St Kkt. Eth extract a wit a Mui i Crown to a i or dire a Fork a specially. So Lii ppm l with Tinl i a a it improved Lynh Trutie ii. A in a arc a a cil to execute the Inott to will Cir i t work. Or c. Ii. Reynolds dentist 288 Mill St., Danville a. Dentistry in All it branches. Charges Modi a rate and All work guaranteed. Established 1m2. Iii it i ii a ivs. Thu average american Lias been too Hosy to Bolle r about Tom fighters of t in far East. Tie Hite be of Lito Battle and Campaign cigars is a a 1 r Ady Charing away. Donn to to ensure and new j. Suin Man of White Hall transacted official Susiner hat the court House yesterday. Charle Miller of in re township spent yesterday in this Rity wanted spin k apr it so nth Ive in this a aunty am a i joining territories to rep Etc i an i advert is an old �1 Hustues i oust of solid financial St Audriu salary weekly with exp uses Advance d each my Day by Check dire t from Marii printers. Horae and Boggy Tumi lied when acc Ezary position be a Rita it address blew Bros. Amp co. Dept \ motion bldg., Chicago i 1 a a the Little shanty ecu d Oil tie Flat boat this week i. Much appreciate by the ferryman. This is the tint a of Fly a year hut the Otto is Are full a f in a who have votes to deliver to the Cai dilute a who has the Price. Since the Lark Manili has arrived it is to he hoped that tin King of Birds will not Roost quite As High m i ice As he did daring tin1 i t two seasons f it is thought tint the fund now be lug raised throughout the state for tie family of form r governor Robert e. Pattison w ill reach $20,000. The chambermaid of the hotel Sterling. At Wilkes Barre. Are on strike because they were required to Wash dishes. Preparations have been completed by the United Mino workers to instill the Legal proceedings simultaneously in the Schuylkill Lackawanna Aud Luzerne county Coorts for the purpose of ousting the miners Exa Miu ing boards and having others appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such action. The Philadelphia and Reading police have be n notified to k up a Sharp look out tor Mountain fires and to Hud out their causo. Any our found starting a Are in the forests will be arrested and made to answer in the courts. At the welliver hardware company s warehouse Church Street a a Concrete platform and Steps Are being constructed at the front Entrance of the building. The political worker can now take a Long rest. R8b carpenters Are working on the City Hall building making i pairs where a the wooden awning was torn away. Owing to the Graf abundance of Apple Lii year Manv of the Farmers in he Surroca Diug a Leys ate feeding them to their Stock. The part of the m Osa it Wood working paint that is to in used As an engine loom is being rebuilt. The foundations for the engine Are i place. Ruth the infant a laughter of or. Aud mrs. Lewis Evans of Kraut and Bohorch streets did i at a it hour monday night aged 1 Mouths and 13 Days c. C. Schaeffer one of the Danville school teachers went to his Home at Garlicke to vote Ami superintendent Goody taught his school tiie Day afternoon. A matter of health powder absolutely pure has to substitute Council of t in regular session Friday evening with the following members present messes Reif Nyder Vastine Swank . Boyer Deitrich. Lloyd Ami David Gibson. In the absence of or Davis or. Vastine was made president pro tem. The minutes of the last meeting were approved As read by clerk Patton. President Davis arrived later Aud took the chair. The session was a lengthy one. Two ordinances were passed big Bills were paid action relative to the Mill Street paving work being continued was taken and Unm Rouh other important matters were considered. A communication from Engineer Keefer stated that $4,600 on the paving is now Doe contractor Rogers. On Ino Tiou of or. Boyer an order for the amount was Kiawu. A an arc Light at grand Aud honeymoon streets a read Aud referred to the Ligpit committee. The Ramsey electrical company wrote Council asking for a Check to apply of the supplies already delivered for the Light Plant. A motion of or. Reifsnyder a a to pay them $1600 on account prevailed. Treasurer Eue Boyen reported a balance of 1,148. Cd motion of or. Lloyd a order was drawn for $151.64 for the firemen a Relief. A motion made by or. Lloyd requiring tin Standard Gas company to give a Bond before digging up any san ets was carried. After a Long discus Don As to who should collect from the Standard Gas company tor no pairs to the Mill Street paving where it a torn up by the Gas people it was decided that or. Ling a and not Council should collect the Bill. A motion made by or. Kef Snyder prevailed requiring the trolley people to take care of the water on Bloom Street a report was made by or Reifsnyder that the trolley track a Laid at Bloom Aud Mill Stre its is i t satisfactory position to Llie belief of the streets and Bridges committee. Clerk Patton the posted about $750expended so far on the water works Wall which is us a ing completion. Tie ordinance providing for the Alley Between Bloom and Walnut streets being vacated Beau a of the undergrad crossing at a a Street being established was passed of second Reading. A ordinance authorizing the City to Issue 300 Bonds of $100 denomination was Pas Edou first Reading Aud after a suspension of the rules was passed on second Aud third readings Aud dually. A motion of or. Boyer was passed allowing contractor Rogers to continue paving Mill Street South of Market Street As far As Gillaspy s. Messes. Reifsnyder Deitrich and Lloyd opposed the passage of the motion. A motion of or. Fenstermacher a to procure a Section of Hose for the Continental fire company carried. Or. Vastine reported that the Light committee had made a contract to have the Light continued at the old Price with a Little difference in the time it is to be on each night from the number of hours provided under the old contract. Or. Swank moved that the awning be removed from in front of the City Hall and other persons having wooden awnings be asked to remove them. The motion carried. The following Bills were read and ordered paid Borough department. Me notices were served Roosevelt gets a magnificent plurality i some states he ran ahead of vote for Mckinley four years ago returns from All sections. Republican Success in All parts of the country is assured by the dispatches received tuesday showing that Roosevelt in some states will have pluralities exceeding Mckinley a of four years ago. New York state alone is expected to give a plurality of nearly a Quarter million votes for Roosevelt whose electoral votes will number possibly 325, while Parker a will be 151. Pennsylvania goes As usual strongly Republican likewise new Jersey. Maine shows Republican gains and Vermont Connecticut and Rhode Island Are solidly Republican. California goes for Roosevelt also Illinois Indiana Wyoming Michigan and other Western states. Some of the Southern states show heavy democratic losses. The election of numerous Republican governors is assured. The landslide for the republicans includes the winning out in electing congressmen in Many districts. Everything was so overwhelmingly Republican that even Early last evening judge Parker wired president Roosevelt congratulating him on his election showing that the democratic candidate did not Long retain Hope of democratic Success. Id no i the up r Esopus nov. 8, 10 p. In. A the Telegram sent by Parker to Roosevelt reads a the people have emphatically approved of your administration. I heartily Cour Matulate the reply of president Roos veil was a thank you Fot eng Antula Austin nov. 8, 10 15 p. In. A Early returns show the vote cast today will hardly exceed 37.000, of which 25,000 is for Parker 4,000 to r run Sev. It and Tia balance scattering All the democratic candidates for oui Ress were elected in Texas i Strong Augusta nov a y l. P stare of Maine in showing Republican gain. The returns do n seventeen Iii san 1 t in Shiv Ronsy velt 32,405 Ami Park r 11.00is owing a k publican Gnu of 3.218 new York nov. 8, 8 p. I the now York world Ron eds it a plural ii i f 25,000 in no w York mat and also that Higgins will have a do rarity of 1,5,000 the new 5��rs Heidahl say the Connecticut major to of Koroso veil will Pron Ahly Muk til y s which was 28,000 in 1000. The new York world �torio1 Les t in Elcuri ii f a Republic in Hou of of repress Rotati a a with a probable my a it Rita off of 25 to 30. City employees. $ 82.50 Standard Electrio Light of. 458.38 h. L. Gross iut Orest. 50 00 Standard Gas of. 2.80 work on Light Plant. 17.83 f. Hartman Sand. 5.50 Franklin Boyer Coal. 5.50 morning news. 4.40 Williams Bros. 4.00 Street labor. 11178 9 p. Star sell 2 60 Engineer George f. Keefer 80.00 w Ater d e p a it m ent. P amp u railway co water works employees Par Coal and Siroti co Standard Gas co. John Keim Brick a. M Peters ice Krank i in Boyer. Hugh Oliver. Stone k Hartman Sand. Fisher it amp by a Oliai t labor on Wall Harry b Patton i 28 25 143.65 89.32 9 20 10.20 3 73 12.84 20 80 18 88 100.06 105 61 20.00 electric Light at Flau Sdale. The Plant of the Mausdale milling company Lias just been equipped with in own electric Light system. Messes. Haney and Frazier the Tutor pissing Young business men who operate it. Have put in a thirty Light Bunamo that supplies Light to the Mill and office. So a Only Twenty lights Are used. The system is modern Ami is proving a great convenience. The business of the Mill which turns out e lip a flour is Large and night work May to strained. When this is done messes. Haney Ami Frazier will to in a position to furnish Light for the Homes of May Ellale if it is desired. National Republican head quarters nov. 8, 8-30 p in. A the Wisconsin republicans have undoubtedly carried the state by a Large plurality. In Georgia the Parker plurality will not go Over 50,000. Scattering returns indicate that in Virginia Parker a plurality will not go beyond 20,000. The new Jersey indications Are that in that state the plurality of Roosevelt will be upwards of 85,000. The Early Ritorna indicate a big Republican sweep in Michigan which will probably give Roosevelt a plural Ity of 100,000. President Theodore Roosevelt. New Haven nov. 8, 8 30 p. this City where Parker spoke last week will give Roosevelt a plurality of 2,489. New York nov. 8, 8 30 p. journal states the Delaware republicans claim a Victory by 30,000 for president and that Addicks says he will go to the Senate. The Republican gain is heavy All Over the state of Delaware. The now York journal also says the returns a to this hour indicate the election of Higgins Republican As governor by at least 80,000. A Burlington nov. 8, 9 45 p. In. A the Vermont returns from 100 towns Aud cities indicate that Roosevelt will have a plurality of at least 35,000. Providence. Nov. 8. 9 15 p. Re. A returns from scattered precincts indicate that Roosevelt has carried the state of Rhode Island by 20,800, a gain of 700 Over Mckinley a vote of Foar years ago. President Roosev Elt issues statement. Washington d. A. Nov. 8. 11 p. Roosevelt tonight after the election returns clearly indicated the result issued the follow ing Statt Mirett a i am deeply sensible of the Honor done me by the american people in thus expressing their Confidence in what i have done and Trad to do. I appreciate to the full the solemn responsibility this Confidence imposes in me Aud i shall do All that in my Power lies. A Connecticut to have Republican governor , nov. 8, 9 30 p. in this City the Republican state ticket we ill be carried by from 10,000 to 15,000. The election of a Republican governor of Connecticut is now assured. Western states solidly re publican Cheyenne. Nov a 10 15 p _ the state of Wyoming is conceded by the democrats to a rive gone for Roosevelt by a Large a him Jorif the race for go a nor Between Brook Republican Beyant. Independent and East born Democrat is very Don. Indiana polls nov. 8, 10 30 p. M a Republican state chairman Goodrich claims Roosevelt a plurality in Indiana will be Over 40,000 Lansing nov. 8, 10 30 p. In. A in Michigan Roose Vidt a plurality will to in Excog a of Mckinley a 104,000 of four years ago. Lincoln nov. 8,10 30 p. M a the election of the fusion candidate for governor of Nebraska is conceded he the Republican. How returns were received in Danvil e tie Republican head quarters presented the liveliest election scene tuesday night although the democratic rooms also contained All the persons who could crowd into them throughout the evening. The Republican Headquarters proper were thronged the Hall leading to the main room was filled Aud there were groups in the Vicinity of the Magill drug Stop wherever they Coo id find shelter fron the rain. The usual Post election Snow did not wait until the Day after the casting of the ballots but came last night in a Little sleety tall preceding the rain. Mill Street near the Headquarters of the r publican and democratic com Mitties was crowded Early in the evening hut Tho rain caused a scatter my but. There was no excitement on the Street and in the rooms where the returns were received there was no Maik a enthusiasm. The democrats who received Western Union messages he 9 of clock admitted that Parker a badly Defeated and of course were not jubilant. In Republic a Headquarters messages were received Over a special wire and while the Republican National Success was Gratifying there was nothing in the Way of a demonstration. During the Day Aud evening let before results were announced there was a Little betting mainly on the presidential vote of Montour county. While everything was quiet up to about 11 of clock from that time until after Midnight a crowd of Young republicans enthused vociferously singing election parodies on popular songs their Celebration took place on the Steps leading to democratic Headquarters Aud immediately in front of the building. Tie computing of the m Oto to election returns show a t by unusual condition in the in Al Fig Refl Roosevelt Carrier Tho i to by a majority of 188 this it first time in Many years that the publican Caud Darc for president bad carried the county and the Ihram stance is a general Obj t of Din i i by the politician the Don Craft carried the county ticket very a ily Davis for Congress a a majority of Only 158. The majority of k s. Am the legislature m p .8 and the total vote of Vincent candidate for prothonotary is 1841. We h is 1870 mor votes than the number Caf for Mills the prohibition Candi dark Simon Hoffman the democratic a Didato. For county treasurer a a majority Over d. C. Jones of 71 the Columbia county return of that William t. Creasy Democrat and John g Harman. Democrat Are elected to Assembly by Good sized majorities. The Republican vote in sort Huber land county a a Strong on room. Velt carried the county by a majority of 5282 and Saranel. For . Had a majority of 287�. Got Harle. For senator in the county bad 1167 majority. Camping for i trip to Arror no a was Tho Only so Crest Fol Dea Onorat. Ins majority being 219. Sharpie. R Perl Ciao. For sheriff l and a m a it Rita of 774. Godcharles plurality in in it District. Which comprises n a or Horeb it a land of Nader and Union count a will be Over 1500. Western Corante has just Ben film is Given m Alle the walk Al Grad the Street w la be next we in with notice material of Are Given a joined work a get it not of to sets in. Yesterday the and several a i the doge roof h sperring walk by diff Coit because it two old lev out a tamp Oon a 9 Way a treat began i Imp on the Tat of in id it pm a Nna % e Pae of of lavs and Lav use still a. Wins n get dry a a Bat Tea pro Polaa la an it Vford w Otar Ems molar lowering of throb wan thar it Frt As it Lunt Ertag prying paling and chopping hav to be Alt Ronala by resorted of in trying to re Aoraha stomps. When this place m a a a far the a tone workers to on the stress commissioner will beg a operations vow other walk i no third term. Deeply feasible of tit this their what i have done and i i appreciate to the it la i a Quot i a full Noa a a tried in a solemn a n of me that a i next i Shim Teci a of a or Winter Era a pm in i id new York. Nov. 8, 8 30 p. returns in hand at this hour it i estimated that Roosevelt will have 325 electoral votes and Parker 151. Or. E w Samuel. The of Gressional return in this District show Sullivan county carried by Davis. Democrat by an estimated majority of 100, Colombia county by 825 majority and Montour by a majority of 158. Making the majority of Davis for the three counties 1081. Samuel carried North Merlaud county by 9878,which gives him 1595 majority for the District. A or Fin her the fodder i pumpkin it of which in cd a yield which dotted the Fields a disappear Quot the Al gathered m and a a a won is Abo a i yet r Maio to Oahe a Las is la u Many a Teresa l tha a week or so ago every Side Ava apples re nearly in Fer maa no for thav a we a As farm work m dons an a Sily a Mareom polished m Tbs a far lavs bag this and Winter. The Farmer have had a fruitful Price for Podaca avenge mail Ina ing in an i Garaging a Faro for a a aeon har. Work on the farm new York. Nov. 8. 9 45 p. M a one half of the returns from All part of the state indicate that the Republican plurality will exceed m it lev s of four year ago which a 143,0ix> by nearly 100,000, which mean by a total of nearly a Quarter million of votes ahead of Parker. V. M. C. A. Directors meeting the monthly meeting it of the direct or of the y m 0. A will be b-4.1 in association parlor this a nog. A a of clock it it a pc Tot that Wev Dir actor a Prasant. A it Ostean of to pc Tanc will be result of election in Montour county i Roomsburg Celebration. A Celebration of the Eleo Tiou of or. Samuel to Congress will be held at Boloni Kburg tomorrow Erenius. There will he a Parade Aud a reception tor or Samuel at the Kio Hange hotel. A Fleat foot Ball event. M the greatest toot Hall event of the a sea on will be the game Between stat College Aud the Dickinson College at Williamsport november 12. Of sur ances have been Given to the will runs port merchants association who Are interested in having tha game a a Success that it will positively be pay it to a finish. The state College boys Are Well known to to Strong player and the mints of the Dickinson team Urc. Well establish f the game is to be called at 2 30 p. M. Excursion rat i of one fare for round trip have been granted on the Sev Eisl toads within a Radies of 100 Miles. Williamsport will be the cd liter of attraction on november 12. Last season slate Aud Dickinson played one of the b it and most scientific games Ever played in will a Wolport and the Only score came w Ith less than Aminte to play the Sliaut Vokin Basket Hull foam which is a paid team will play the Danville old timers on Friday evening in the armory at 8 .30 of clock. Clayberger an old blooms org nor Mal so tool player is Captain of the team. The Shamokin line up will in cd no be men of whom a Good hard game can he expect d a dance will be Given after the game candidates i Oil l am \ president. Re Nim a to it tic Fairbanks Parker a Davis. Swall it it a Carroll. Cd Cerf supreme a Iff John p Elkin. A. Samuel g. Thompson. D a a. Stevens. 1. Congress. E w Samael k Henry k Davis. I Martin p. Lutz. A. Represent Ati i William g Kramer u r so Ott aim Man. I Ana i a Rowsley. Prot Dionot \ in Titomas in Thomas w Vincent. Mill i county treasurer Dewitt Jones it Simon k Hoffman in a Riih f. Stat i. How 203 11 2 13 217 1� 254 234 10 132 381 9 370 185 320 11 212 100 in 169 102 9 1m3 101 11 111 179 11 129 164 12 319 170 4 193 224 j i 4 154 w7 317 21 11 228 103 11 17� in a 9 118 ii 130 179 182 167 139 9 47 184 41 150 1 ii 150 t 43. 147 16 42 9 a i amp avg a or 90i i Vici president Charles w i mkt Nolc Illinois Strong for Roosev Eli Roosen f l i goes ahead of Quot Kolni a Philadelphia. Nov. 8, 9 30 p Perin Sylvaira up to this hour 180 voting places give it Roosevelt 9,000 Ami Parker 8,000, showing Roosevelt polling to r a times As Many votes a Pai it r the f the Tren . A 0 45 p. In. Scattering re turns from All parts tax a n a a indicate that Roosevelt a plurality will he Between and 70,000. Stokes Republican for governor is elected by from 18,000 to 25,000. A Chicago. Nov 8, 8.45 p Republican state Central committee now claim that Roosevelt has earned Cook county. In which Chicago is located by 90,000 and the stat 140,000. For Dinero Republican Chicago nov of the indication now Are that the slate of Illinois will give boy veil a plurality of a wards of ii this by show a for the plurality p gain considering if m Ken la a a was a Oso rept bl9c \n5 or it two 9t4i0 new a Yin \ a 4# p a Thi in run a Oil he h a a of la by Over of its ter gov re Tamarh nov a. # p a in a governor tie tame Figuro Are Given 40,000

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