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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 24, 1901, Danville, Pennsylvania18 paper a for tie hone circulation of this paper is in easing rapidly. It Wil pay you advertise in the american. Ascription $1 per year. In Zixt ii Jennings Dix list. Hour m to 72 v to Mill St. I to j 7. M Danville. I a. Iii i a m in. 425 in i sr., , i a. Ses of the stomach and intestines a specially. W. In. Manulik dentist it office. 21 s Mii i Street. Extracted without pain. Crown anti Bridge work a specially Ped with the latest and most improved Artimenty and prepared to execute tie is difficult v Ork. C. H. Reynolds opposite Boston store Danville a. Otry in All its branches. Charges Oderat and All work guaranteed a to abolished 1892 it my miss. \r�<4 a a a a a a a a j pm ?>� Vav. I Sny i u a it a 9 a this coi Xii a will never be entirely Frel until it supplier All of its own demands with its own productions. Vol. 40--no cd Danville a. Thursday it Toper a l 1901. Established in 1855. Fata i. Itji m was Daniel h. Smith sustains a fracture of the ten Joun Choeu Convene but four Digap Skull. A Pear. Rough the Breakers next tuesday Ard fur Pur is acting As Deputy a notary. Small boy is beginning to prepare allow e in. Barbed wire Fence is one of the r s greatest annoyances should be exercised to prevent Ion among the school children lighted forecasters Are already the course of political straws ral Chestnut parties have Arrango to the surrounding Hills to Day. E is just enough Frost in the air e pedestrian is in a pleasant rec school children of this City Are Good records for themselves in uce. Stone pavement is being Laid in the Home of Samuel Gunlick. A Anville. Of fall and Winter Aie particular Able in the millinery store win our town. It Atterson and family have taken residence with or. C. Shultz on ret Street. Danville schools will observe a by the planting of Trees and ate exercises. E. Boyer druggist at it re has resigned to accept a in Pittsburg. Snal number of gunning care already being reported it the state. For Shamokin. The Danville ool team May lie Able to Stop Ges on saturday dark very Early now a Days. Is Long nights and big Gas Bills the matter now. Ter who does not vote and the Hois indifferent to vaccination in danger Thih fall. Or Walter Kennedy of the r shoe store is off duty owing Ned ankle which he sustained while out Chestnut Ting a few Tow will be Arbor Day. It be observed by every one who to Plant a tree. The Beauty y would be greatly enhanced 1 More Shade Trees. / school rally Day was Onset a afternoon on sunday at Saint K. Church Riverside with a Esen tation of the school in atan offering of $101 was officer Young says there is a f in the number of truants Frost Bogan. Some of the trying All kinds of Dodges to fairer. But in the language of he is on. Last meeting of the Catawissa Icil It. Dewitt was elected Dent of the electric Light Plant a 1 operated by the Borough to is a son of or. A. T. A Witt Ile Ami himself a former Reshat place. De wide awake represent Eastern Pennsylvania hse. Promotion sure in capable in business. References and tired. Address the l. B. Cantile co. 811 to 818 Granby Vogh the Breakers comes to the evening oct 29 is of the melodramatic Type 11 of stirring incidents and i nations. The comedy element a red out and it is present cast of capable players Heads Emily Dodd the most enjoyable season of or. It is the season of natural splendor. As grand and it a View of the glories of s May is found in All Pennsyl of be seen in Danville and its if you would see the beauties to of Earth the Lovely and the fled in Harmony on nature s and the Hills among which this s and gaze upon the vast Pano a anti and picturesque land id before the View in All its magnificence the Reading Iron works Abom 2 o clock thursday a Terr was the scene of a shocking Accident which about an hour afterwards re ulsted in the death of a Well known a us valued pm ploy. Among the workmen employed on the site of the old puddle Mill Clearing the Way for the new superstructure being built was Daniel 11. Smith for a number of years past Engineer in the kelp Mill who with some others in d in taking Down the steam pipe the full system of which some 7 or 8 indies in diam ter was left by the recent fire hanging in position some fifteen feet from the ground. Or. Smith Xmas standing on a ladder which leaned against the pipe engage-1 in unfasten ing a a it Ira to at one end of a Section. The joint at the other end a i already been or Ken which it seems weakened the piping beyond what they had calculate 1 upon and it began to give Way or. Smith seeing his danger leaped from the ladder onto the top of the Furnace unfortunately right on tiie spot where the a it be fed. It struck him upon the Skull Star no him to the brickwork and pinning irs Hea l under the immense weight. It was a death blow. The Man scarcely struggled. To e Scalp was torn from Oue Side of Bis head and the blood streaming out formed a horrible Pool which ran Down Over the Side of the Furnace in a Stream. It was a sickening spectacle but wil1 ing hands were not wanting to release and minister to the injured Workman. Drs. J. Kimerer and e. \ furry in response to a Call were s it on on the spot. A curs Rex uni nation convinced the doctors that the Man was in von t All help. The injury consist 1 of a very i 1 fracture of the Skull involving on he. Of the Liea l the m i was Unicoi i Tou. He was place l upon a fore Teller Ami borne by six of his fellow workmen the Start was made on the a journey he we Ward. He was carried As far As Harry Elle Hogens store Mill Street where he was placed on duster s furniture Wagon and thus c Uve Ved to i s Home where he breathed his last about 3 of clock. The deceased was Hixt v get a is of age and us Narrie 1. For Many year past Fie was employed at the Reading Iron works where he held the Confidence and esteem of his employers and fellow workmen. He is survived by three Brothers m. W L. And Colbert Smith All of whom reside in this City. The deceased was a Soldier in the civil War Ami is a member of goo Irich Post no. 22, g. A. R., this City lie served for Over three years a m Nebr of company Second regiment Pennsylvania artillery. Brie mention of the doings of your friends and acquaintances. C0m l ssh implicated he says in the murder of Alexander Rea. The it a a a a a ugh Council convened Friday i night but o idly enough there was no i session. At s of clock councilmen were 1 thick in and about the building. Some one counted ten of the Borough Law makers in a l and then six of them Yastine m. D. E. S cheer Brandt Davis a Jones and Mccain tiled into the coun-1 Oil chamber an 1 took their seats. They were joined by chief of the ire depart intent John g Waite an a Borough solicitors Kidwai i s. Gearhart and r. It. Ammerm it a both of whom have been very much in demand of lain during the agitation of municipal Light sewerage and other matters of cd Council is so nearly evenly divided. Finally some 1 one pulled out his watch and found it was Quarter past eight when it was disc Vert d that the tour other councilmen a a a Quot disappeared. The x a to till Council tarried about a be 1 room fifteen minutes longer hoping that one or Inore of the missing four would i 1 reappear to As to give them a quorum but it was in vain. There was a Good a Leal of important. B liners Peus ling Friday night. Lio a municipal tight and the it Newal of tract with the Stendard i elect air Light to. At a reduced Rale would no doubt have come up in some simple several a it of those present were very us it Gwinn Ami declared that those who prevented a quorum did so with an Objet toe following Bill it being approved were ordered paid by the water department. Regular employees. A try p. Patton. 11 Arrison Bros. Amp cd a. W. F. Lunger. Ail Mic refining co. United Telephone amp Tel. Co. Harman Rupp. Harry b. Patton. Horol ii department regular employees. Street work and hauling. Work on Culvert. S. J. Weli intr. Hoover Bros. H Uman Rupp. United Telephone amp Tel. Co. £140 of 10.95 150.00 3.00 5.30 0.00 5 00 20.00 132.20 350.35 14.00 10 4s 1 95 0.00 vote for j. C. Prothonotary. Miller for Hunting made difficult. Those of our local sportsmen who have this season been out with their guns say that they tin 1 conditions rela Ting to Hunting considerably changed throughout the county since hie enactment of the amended Law making Hunt ing on posted cultivated lands wilful tre pass. In is not a rare thing to find who e farms a a posted and As Quail the game mostly sought after at present a re nearly always f urn 1 in Cornfields Ltd it a buckwheat stubble this becomes a deprivation most keenly Felt by the sportsman. A Hunter May drive Many Miles be me to Ding any cultivated land upon which he is permitted to enter with 1 out violating tire Law. Those of course who have personal friends among the i Farmers or can bring some influence t Bear have not difficulty in gaining permission to Hunt on lands and it is a hese Gentry who bring Home tie big bags of game. The action on the part of the agriculturists in generally a a posting their lands shows that they intend to take full advantage of the Law Auie Oded tor their Benefit. Under the Protection Alforde a by tire game Laws during several years past Quail have been increasing in numbers. This season they Are unusually plentiful. It is sail to he impossible t a walk Over any of the Large farms of the county without Stirling up a Covey in every other Field or so. Under the amended Law which affords the Birds i greater Protection cutting Down their chances of being shot at Lei at one half Onmi now on they will no doubt increase at a More rapid rat. And this has Start 1 some men think ing. Sai l a prominent Farmei yester Dav and on too who has a a posted his Laud that the a a increase a in numbers would not need to Goon so very fun i of e 11i� limit would he reached Oey and which the b r is would become a menace to the crops and it might become Nee Essary for twin agriculturalists to ask for Anotia r am a a men of the game Law an 1 to invite i i he Hunter As a Means of protect Ion. Thus f.,i there seems to have been no a clash Between any of the a triers and the gunners a lie most of whom As he it Oihus True sports Ltd respect the Law by keeping off forbidden a i Workman struck by Billet. William Shepard i per my Berry Street an employee at the structural tuning Plant will he o Ihle in a work for several a lays owing Toa painful Accident sustained Saturn Lav after a last. I was walking Between the Furnace and the Rolls when he was struck by one the billets just then he. No passed. Ii sustained a painful injury on the Biwer jaw and the right hand first gunning Accident. The first gunning Accident affecting this immediate locality occurred monday Forenoon when Clarence Kuldin the w year did son of mrs. Julia Kph Lin honeymoon so riot. Narrowly a caped Loung his Light Arm. Lie was Hunting in Toby run hollow standing his gun a double barrelled one against the he began to gather cheat nut a. A Little later he proceeded to climb Over the Fence. Seated a on the top rail he reached a Down for the gun in lifting the tire Arm t in Trigge a caught in one of the lower rails with the result that both barrels went off the double discharge taking Al act in the lie shy part of his right Arm above the Elbow producing an ugly Heah wound lacerating the muscle very badly. The i a Jared 1� a it was care 1 for at the farm House of j. I. Weaver nearby. Drs Shultz and Newbaker were soon on the seen in response to it a Call. They found that the Bone of the Arm was not injured nor the circulation interfered with. The boy May have a very sore Arm for a while the doctors say but no serious results a i apr re headed. I be was brought to his but tut in this City at noon monday. If the people want the Best service at their command they will assure themselves of it by voting the Republican county ticket. A pleasant and profitable trip. Csc r. Station agent Philip h. Foust of this City and a number of the principal agents of the Shamokin division of the p. Amp r. Railway have returned from a very pleasant and instructive visit to Phil Adolphiii a he trip being made thursday in response to a n invitation Fri a to the p. A r. Railway management the Sugii division freight agent c. Ii. Morgan of Williamsport. The i it iting agents were treated royally at Philadelphia and Given every Opportunity to acquire knowledge concerning the Road which might he of service to them in discharging the duties of their respective posts. Engine no. 1 of was placed at their disposal by which they were enabled to take in and the terminals and transfers including port Richmond eater they were Given use of a i. A r. Tug for a cruise along the River front on the Delaware taking in All the principal w Harv. Kelly Beaver. La the presence of a Large number of friends miss j. Belle Beaver daughter of or. And mrs. Jesse Beaver was mar ried at 12 80 p. In. Yesterday to Russel e. Kelly of san Bury. The ceremony took place in the pret tily decorated Christ episcopal churn i. The Rev. Erskine Wright officiating. The arrangements were carried out As published in tuesday s news. Miss Beaver mad u pretty Bride. She wore 1 a travelling gown of Bine. A Din j tier at tin Home of t in Bride s parents i followed the ceremony. Or. And or Kelly left of a or new York and a a the East Ern cities on the m a i e. Amp a train. After a week s trip they will take us their resilience in san Bury where or Kelly is proprietor of a Large drug store Sherill Michael lira cd i 1 Ami wife re-turiie.1 evening from i. Geek u Iven miss Helen Savage Quot of Loouis Burc a a As the guest of might a Hettie , Centre Street Yesier Dav. Or. And mrs. d Ettell Chur of Strawberry a Titian a trove ill to Lii City yesterday. Private Walter Payne will leave this City. Friday for to. Louis mo., where lie will join his regiment. Mrs Morgan Weller of wok Escarre who has Henn the guest of mrs. Charles Ammerman South Danville left yesterday Lor a visit with Friend in Harrisburg. Mrs. John r. Sharpless of Hazleton is visiting her Mother mrs. Wilson m. Gearhart wed Market Street. Thomas Yin but called upon the voters in Derry township yesterday. Harry Farnsworth of Philadelphia spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. J. W. Farnsworth West Mahoning Street. Mrs. John Wallize and la laughter miss Hattie loft sunday Fogt a Philadelphia. Samuel Rubinan of Chicago arrived in this City say inlay. Or. E a. Curry was in want Liing Toni Ville yesterday. He nov Snyder and Squire Thomas Kerswell �>1 Walliin Gronville were in Danville yesterday. Mrs. T. L. J nes and a laughter. Miss Mae and mrs. N Irma i a a a Horn re turned lat evening Fnu u a visit with friends in rup a t. Thomas Curry or. Of sunburn spent a rid a v at the Home of his father lion As Curry. Is. West i no s11eet. Col. C. W Forrester of sunday with friends in Danville and Klinc Grove. Fred. C. Winon Telegraph operator at weigh scale spent >1111 Lav at a he Home of his father David Wilson. . Miss Mary Wilson of Philadelphia and mrs. Sallie Eolia of Milton were entertained at the Home of ii m. Drum Bower East Market Street. Vou Day. Walter Boyer left yesterday morning for Pittsburg where lie has accepted to position in one of the leading drug stores. Mrs. Frank Perry of Sio Tiurkin. A a the guest of or. Ami mrs. Oscar m. Weniger. Mill Street yesterday. Miss Harriet Fry. A student at the Normal school Bloomsburg i Ite 1 her parents or. And mrs. Fry a it a Street monday. Mis Fry had just returned Fri pm Lancaster when she was a Delegate at tie Convent Iii of the 5. W. V. Held at that place a a let week. Miss i it Ell 1 Hartman of a a v. Is visiting friends 111 Sunbury mrs. Julia Baker of this City spent yester Lay with friends in Bloton Sherg. Mrs. Margaret Smith of this City left yesterday morning for a visit with friends in n Iii Ticke. Mrs. William Strohhecker and mrs. I. D Bertolette of Lewisburg were guests yesterday at the Home of ii. M. Thumb Iwer East Market Street. Mrs s. C. Andrews of Horm Alsville n. A. Returned Home yester Lav after a visit with friends in this . Mrs. Ii Sweigert a it be wis Iown and or i Ibert Kulp of visiting at the Home to the r parents or. And mrs. Alexamder Billt Uever Washingtonville. James e. Barber general manager of the shovel works h it yester a 011 a busing tip to he Ahrent until saturday. Miss Emma in Arhat to in i Striet spent yesterday with friends in Burg. Mrs. Daniel Gearhart ferry Street left yesterday foe a visit with Friend in Berwick. Mrs. F. K. Haiti left saturday for Sunbury after a Short i it it with her Niece miss Simington this City. Mrs. George k. Limbert. Left yesterday f r Allentown where s be will attend a meeting of the woman a missionary society of the Eastern Yuol Ltd i the r formed Church. Mrs. Tamar Gardner of be i it visiting her Graylson Charle or i is front Street. Samuel Heller of a Low 11 to Thi it City on his automobile monday. Accompanied by a. J. Weniger in the afternoon lie took a trip to a Washington Ville where the two spent several hours gunning in or. Billmeyer a we a is. Mrs. Henry j. Ate and Daught -. Miss a la of Baltimore sire i it Ding at the resilience of will Iii ii Aten b Droud Street. Mrs. . From Street left yester fax f us pm to with Fri Rinh in Sha to of in mrs. M iry Fry Quot of i. L Levi Lin a a left for her list my yester by after a visit at the reside use of or and or. Henix Harris i ppr Tilberry Street miss Elizabeth i Ovett Mill Stilet be turned last evening from a i it with friends in Shamokin. Miss Sarah Simon of a i n. Arrived id this City yesterday for a i it at tin Home of Daniel Milf i hem it re Street. Or. And mrs. William armes Ami or. Ami mrs Norman armes of Sunbury will attend the funeral of the late z a h Arv t amies this afternoon. After a period of 33 years it appears probable that another one of the murderers of Alexander Rae mud he brought to Justice. Sheriff Roland Bedrail of Schuylkill county on tuesday received a Telegram from Stout is Mountain Alabama asking whether one a kit Kanie a alias John Dongan was wanted 11 that county for the a murder of Dongan it is said has confessed that he assisted in die murder which took place Tea Centra a in the reign of the Molly Maguire. Patrick Hester Leader of the gang and Dooley and Mchugh Confederate were tried and Hange i at Bloomsburg. Requisition Pap is will 110 doubt be made out Ami the self con a fessed Muti Lerer be brought North for 1 trial. Alexander Rae whose family Are 1 among the most prominent resident Ltd i Danville in 1888 was a it of the Bells Colliery near Lutralia. One october morning he Starte to a hive from Pottsville to the Colliery for tie purpose of paying the men. When half Way As his horse was drinking from a trough he was Hilt a a from ambush and t afterwards clubbed to death a watch and $19 a i that the assassins secured the Money for the miners $19,000 having been taken to the works at an earlier hour by a clerk. In addition to Hester Dooley and Mchugh two this Dongan and Kelly were arrested As accomplices but the evidence a is not Strong enough to convict them. Kelly later confessed to the crime. The Republican vote of this county must be gotten to the polls in its entirety. Many veterans in line. The Lule i Anie ii. Iri iut. Who was buried sunday afternoon with military honors Xmas followed to it the grave by one of tie longest column of veterans Ever seen at a Midi Cir a funeral in this City. Considerably before 2 of clock the hour it for the funeral a Large concourse a it people had assemble 1 at the resident. West Market Street. Among whom in Radii Ilion to the two a lil Hrent military organization represented Yvere a find Reid or More employees of the Reading Iron works fellow workmen a who had toiled by the Side of the it be ceased for Many years who esteemed i a Ira for it it generous traits an 1 now at the last solemn moment had assembled i to do Honor to his memory. The services were conducted by the Rev. Or. M. E. Shindle pastor of Pine Street lutheran Church. The deceased had a Fine military record and was a member of the Enion Veteran Region of Bloomsburg an or Gai Iza Tion to which no Veteran can belong who did not serve three years or Over during the civil War. Comrades from tie Bloomsburg organization Yvere present at the funeral As follows l. Ii. Seesholtz. Catawissa George Mears. Rupert Lewis Cohen Charles Forn Wald Benjamin sharpies William Tilmore Boyd Robinson r. C. Bucka Lex Jacob Keller. Elias Ett Charlesf Utman and j. Ii. Maize of blooms Burg. These were joined by the following members Ltd of the Enion Veteran legion of this City or. C. Newbaker or. J. Sweisfort d. Eckman capt. J ii. Johnson sheriff Michael Breck Bill Paul Dubin Charles Woods Michael litres John Mcclure / t. Flionis and William Minier. The pall bearers Xiv n John Hunt a. Angle Levi Sechler. T. Thomas John Mcclure and William Minier the thru first Menti a new a representing Goodrich pm St not. 22, i. A. R., and the three latter the Union Veteran be tin. Draped with the american Flag and covered Levith Flowers the coffin was i borne Down the Long path from the residence to the Street Between two solid lines of veterans. Seven guardsmen selected As a firing squad Tuuu company 1i2th regiment n. G. P., took their stations about the Hearse Ami preceded by Goodrich Post and other veterans with the Washington drum corps the match to the Odd Fellows cemetery began. The burial services were left 111 the hands of Goodrich Post and were performed with due solemnity and to to tact. The Day was exceedingly Fine and the last rites at the grave were witnessed by an assemblage nearly As Large As had gathered at the residence. C. W. Cook will make a a Rood county treasurer. Vote tor him. The burglar escaped. A Burgur who bad forced an Entrance into the warehouse of E. Gouger was surprised lust night while in the act of overhauling the contents of tin office desk. One of or gouger a men Thomas a. Schott jr., accompanied by Frank i by Hall occasion to enter the warehouse about 10 o clock. It it nce inside they became aware that some a me was in the building and a actually caught sight it it of him when tie lantern they carried went air. They lost no time in getting out of doors Xvi Ien they lit their lantern and i entered the warehouse. By that time the burglar lung male Bis escape. The office floor was strewn with papers showing that tie burglar Hall made a diligent search for valuables. By on the winning Side vote the Republican county ticket. Action brought to recover from Borough for two Days. A special term of court for the trial of Cirii spits began monday morning with judge r. Little and ass a a Mattes Thompson and Bice on the Bench. Nearly Theena inc Day Xmas occupied Vith the damage suit of William 11. J. Blizzard is. The Borough of Danville. This is the fourth action brought by the blizzards against the Borough to recover damages for detriment and injury sustained from hoofs and the polluted condition of the run which flows the Tough their premises. The damages recovered a in the preceding aggregate $750. In the present action which is brought to recover for two a lays april 2 and 3, 1897. The damage asked Are $1000. Under the Law the plaintiff May bring a suit for every Day the 0 tiie nuisance is permitted to exist. No Oue will be surprised therefore. 1 it learn that there Are still Pend ing ten suns against the Borough with or. Blizzard As plaintiff covering irregular periods Between april 3, h97 and the present. James Scarlet and ii. M. Hinckley. Monday represented t tie plaintiff while b s. Ammer Ioan and Edward s. Gearhart looked after the interest Ltd the Borough. Some half a dozen witnesses testified Lor the plaintiff. The defense offered no testimony. Or. Hinckley addressed the jury for the plaintiff and or. Gearhart for the Borough judge Little in his charge instructed the jury to bring in a verdict of the plaintiff that nothing remained for them to a to hut to fix the amount of the Dan. I. He reviewed the testimony to show that the nuisance complained of Iii the former suits existed 011 april 2 and 3. 1897, and even continues up to the present in As great if not greater degree. The judgments rend tied in the three suits brought for continuation of the nuisance he said establish the right of the plaintiff to recover in the present Case. In addition to the damages actually sustained by the plaintiff the court said the jury had the right to inflict punitive damages in an additional sum so As to induce the Borough to Abate the nuisance. The jury in the Case of William 11. J. Blizzard the charge trespass agreed upon a verdict about 5 of clock tuesday morning after being out All night. In View of the judges charge which stated that the verdict must he for the plaintiff the Only thing resting in doubt was t tie amount of damages to be awarded. There was a Good Deal of interest manifested to know just How the twelve men would look at the matter. The verdict returned he the jury awarded damages in the gum of $590. Of this $25 was for actual detriment or damage sustained during the two Days of april 2 and 3, 1s97 and the balance $�85, punitive damage inflicted 011 the Borough for neglecting to Abate the nuisance. The verdict is the heaviest that or blizzard has yet obtained against the Borough. The worst features Are the facts that nearly five years remain to pay tor and that the nuisance complained of still exists while it is 110 secret that the plaintiff intends to bring suit after suit unil the nuisance is finally abated. To fight the matter in court is obviously Only to waste so much time and Money As is shown by the judges charge in this As Well As in previous cases which clearly establishes the boroughs liability of a or damages As Long As the nuisance is permitted to exist and leaves nothing tor the jury to decide but How much the Borough shall be made to pay for its neglect. The verdict in the present Case might be taken As an indication that the Public is becoming tired of Tifis litigation and impatient of the somewhat stubborn and attitude of the Borough in refusing to Abate what has Over Ami Over been demonstrate to be a most flagrant nuisance. Citizens in general tuesday were very much stirred up by the verdict rendered. The Justice or injustice of or. Blizzards claim no longer enters into controversy it is now a cold matter of Law. It is Eitnier the abatement of the nuisance or the payment of damages indefinitely. That the Borough Council came in for its share of censure is Only natural. While it is True that the pollution of blizzards run has Given our Borough Law makers some concern yet there has always been a division As to How the nuisance might be most effectually abated with the result that one faction some How managed to defeat the plans of the other so that in the end nothing material was accomplished. At this juncture a great Deal devolves upon Council. The first thing to be done is the abatement of the nuisance in blizzards run. There is no excuse tor any division As soon As a feasible plan is proposed. That it is an improvement needed above All others to one will dispute now. Let Council act As a unit As becomes Public spirited conscientious men working for the Good of the Borough and that alone abandoning whatever pet projects May stand in the was of necessary action. Has a hoi jailed at Pottsville for a crime committed by another. M. I. Mclaughlin Ksn pm of la a Stville District attorney of Schuylkill county arrived in this City tuesday night for the purpose of looking up evidence which May result in establishing a Case of false imprisonment restoring to Liberty a Young Man of Good family who has seven years of prison life ahead of his. About 3 of clock in the morning of february 4th last a daring hold up along with one or 0101 e burglaries was committed in Pottsville. During the afternoon of that Day a loan by the name of Jno. Gillespie was arrested As one of the guilty parties the identity being established by a citizen who encountered the robbers the night before. The Man protested his innocence but Xmas held for court found guilty and sentenced to seven years imprisonment in the county jail. While awaiting Tiiu a Gillespie wrote to the chief of policy of Sunbury reminding him that on the night of sunday february 3, and 1 he morning of the 4th when the robbery for which he was accused was committed lie was in the lock up at that place. The chief of police bras one of the witnesses at the trial but he was not quite positive As to his dates so that his testimony fell Short of its object. Gillespie although a if habits that would Bear Reform it appears belongs to a very Good family of Pittston it was not until after his incarceration that his relatives Learned of his predicament. They immediately interested themselves in his behalf and Are now Back of the movement to secure his release. Gillespie claims that on the night of saturday february 2nd lie was Given shelter in the lock up at this place pro Cee ling the next Day to Sunbury where As before stated he spent the night following. A correspondence was opened with chief of police Mincemoyer when it Xmas Learned that the latter has 111 his Possession evidence which May prove potent in accomplish no the object in View. Our policemen it appears Are in the habit of keeping a record of every Hobo sheltered by the Borough and referring to the list they found that the name �?g.1-lespie�? was there As claimed in connection with the Date of february 2 chief minced foyer has no difficulty 111 recalling Gillespie a vhf lie says was about 25 years of age and something of a Hobo in appearance. He Xmas let out of the lockup bet Veen 9 and in a clock sunday morning and our officers Are pretty Well convinced that he left Here for Sunbury. The evidence obtained in relied upon to establish an Alibi by fixing the a late of the night spent in Sunbury a it that of february 3rd. Gillespie a a greatest offence it appears consists in bearing a marked resemblance to one of the robbers that operated in Pottsville. His Cash is to be Laid before the Board of pardons at its next meeting and or. Mclaughlin a visit to this City tuesday was for the purpose of obtaining such evidence a the Board May demand. Charles Xiv. Cook will make a Good county treasurer. Local team Defeated. In Twenty minute halves the High school team of this place met defeat at the hands of the Shamokin High school eleven at the latter place saturday afternoon. The score a was 22 to 0, and our boys claim that the result was due to the bad fiend on which they played and hard Luck. Everything seemed to be against them they lost the toss up and Yvere compelled to play Uphill against the wind in the first their opponents such a Lead that the boys lie coming discourage in spite of their efforts were unable to score. During the game three of our men were disabled two subs xxx Ere added a while the third Man was compelled to finish the game following is the line up and minimal by Anvil i i position Sham Kin. Edmondson left end no order tackle Beard x shoot Gorman left guard Gaskins. Centra Bailey a .1. 1 Angle 1 / Rhodes Farro Xiv Malick right Etui a Barron let out every voter. Republican will select a pastor. A meeting of the members of the first Baptist Church has been called for wednesday evening oct. 30th, for the purpose of selecting a pastor. The Rev. L. B. Twitched of Lebanon Springs n. Y. Who so Abl tilled the pulpit on sunday act. 13th, vill probably be called. Shoop Dougherty right tackle l a Lix Sci Niue 1 apply cute Rosenthal a quarterback m. Fisher Mcclure left half Back 1. I Bei Lesiger. Right half Back j Iwu Aie is. Full Back Thompson touchdowns Beard. Thompson Fisher Wolf goals from touch Downs Farrow Fisher. Umpire. Or. Angle. Referee. J. 11. Welsh. Linemen Rhodes and i Avne. Time of halves 20 minutes. Improvements nearly Complete the improvements that the Borough Lias 011 toot along blizzard s my Are about completed. The new Culvert on Walnut Street is already in such shape As to permit travel and it is thought that it will be fully completed by the Middle of the present week. 1 the Street commissioner has finished cleaning the run on the blizzard prop erty. The Stone and gravel deposited 1 by the High vat i has been carted away and the place now seems 11 be the fur the great flood. Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large of Job letter and fancy Type and Job Materia generally the publisher announces to the Public that lie is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing of All k kinds and description. A Stet our prices before place your orders. A of More step would have taken mrs. Fultz to her doom. Mrs. Margaret Fultz East Mahoning Street yesterday stood face to face with death in a terrible form. 1 he escape being one of literally a hails breadth. Mrs. Fultz who is an elderly lady was returning the other Side of town along Churuti Street. She reached the i. E. Amp w., crossing just As the 10 19 passenger train eat. Came rolling in to the station. Mrs. Fultz however who is quite deaf did not hear the train and St Ppel upon the crossing at the very moment the cars came along the onlookers Yvere horrified and averted their faces As the woman seemed in the very act of stepping in front of the a wheels. She did escape however but on such a narrow margin that the locomotive a it dashed by knocked a bag of sugar out of her hands. 80 narrow Xmas the escape that the Engineer was sure he Fiad struck the woman and a topped the train on the spot. It is thought that mrs. Fultz at the very last moment discovering that the train was upon her involuntarily threw out her hands which were struck by the Cylinder of the locomotive. The woman escaped injury from the cars although yesterday afternoon she Xmas prostrated from the effect of the terrible fright Frank Newbaker badly injured. Frank Newbaker. Son of or. C. Newbaker this City yesterday met Vith a most unfortunate Accident one which vill Render him a cripple tor life. For several months past Frank has been employed 111 the handle factory of the shovel works where he operates a handle turning lathe. The machine consists of a sort of a Cylinder revolving very rapidly in which Are set a series of knives that act upon the Square stick of noon a designed for a handle. About half past 11 of clock yesterday morning the lathe became cd egged up Vith shavings and to clean it out Frank reached in under the Cylinder with his left hand As he had frequently done before. While in the act his hand unfortunately Xmas caught by the rapidly revolving knives and drawn into the machinery. In the twinkling of an Eye tiie greater part of the hand was chopped into bits leaving Only the thumb and forefinger intact. To be prepared for such an emergency the conic and has a Supply of stimulants and other necessary requisites on band of that the injured Man was Exvell taken care of while word Xmas sent to his father and an Effort made to reach several other physicians by Telephone. Or. Leg. Barber and or. Newbaker soon arrived at the shovel a works. Frank Xmas placed in or. Barber s buggy and driven to the office of or. Paules where the terrible injury Xmas dressed the following physicians assisting. Drs. Paules Kemerer Curry Barber. Wintersteen and Newbaker. The entire outside half of the hand is gone including a he Little Finger the ring Finger and one half of the Middle Finger also the metacarpal Bones in the Palm belonging to the Little and ring fingers along with several Small boxes of the wrist. Last evening the patient was resting Easil v funeral at the Convent. A a sister Trudberta died at a he holy family Convent this City saturday last and Xmas buried tuesday Rev. A. M. Feeser tin Convent chaplain officiating. Interment Xmas made in the burying ground connected with the Convent the deceased was to Venty one years of Aire and died after a protracted illness of consumption. Those present at tiie funeral from out of toxin were or. And mrs Anthony Frantz mrs. Clara longer mrs. John Gross misses Cecelia and Eva Frantz and John Frantz of Wilkes Barre. I the candidates at the Best men win hustling Max it every Republican makes one vote for the ticket the result will he tremendous. Inst try it. Line nearly through. The new Branch of the United Tele phone and Telegraph line connecting this City and Muncy has nearly reached completion. Hie construction gang of Twenty men under superintendent William s. Roth who have been working this Way from Muncy live go get along Vith the work in far As Washingtonville and in a to xxx Days vill Complete the distance to this City. The line Evhen finished will give an enlarged service affording direct communication not Only Vith Muncy Williamsport and Jersey Shore but a it Quot xxx nil Cumle in our own county. Drove to Milton. The Iol Loving Young people of this City last night enjoyed a Hack ride to Milton Xiv Here they were entertained at the in my of George Kai. Misses Sarah Christian Ruth and Elsie Carodisky. Mabel Gearhart Olive Lunger Rose Beverly. Carne Price. Mary Harris Annie Goringer. Lib a Phine Andrews and Carrie Ilai . The latter s. Ranton messes. J Ohn Henning John Thompson Joseph Lowenstein Thomas Toohey Frank Edmondson Charles Pursell Arthur reddens Albert Dreifuss Edward Fallon Harry Powell Harry Cromwell and Walter Payne. Progressive euchre. I be first of a series of Winter euchre parties vill be Given by the Penn social club at their rooms. Opera House Block this evening

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