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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 10, 1903, Danville, PennsylvaniaApr for the line o lift tin i lit i on of this paper in rapidly. It will a a. A. I Vert i so in the american subscription is per year i i i in. Ii Jen minus a a it i Isi. To Jet in ii i \ m r w / i v r 1/ ,1/ St., in Merilu. / a i ii. Al in \ Man Vii . It f 11n stomach Iii to in Testini in i. % . Dentist k. Mill Quot Ikkei a i. >1 u to Lumel i Lnu i i it i i k a a. Molly. I ii. I firm i. 1 my a improved Gulf Hilt i. In. Us or ii it nil Murk Ltd. A it v a lulls country will no Var he Antiri by Lri Iii until it Sui Lihs All of its own Ulimano Switki its own prot tons vol. Is no us. Hanville. A. Thursday so Palm la Kkt to. It my. Is i in left it. Tim p. L. W. Railroad company has taken the initiative i the matter of Street paving. Ii intends to Sui Rou Iii its station with a pavement of the need of repairs on Church Street canal hedge has grown into a perplexing problem which occupied a Good Deal of time before Council of a Bidav belgian blocks and asks that the Bor night nit c h Hon it i id it to a a Barge a us ill Quot a a v i i �?�111 Olferd Dougli unite with it and extend the Ini pro vement m h. Doughty one of the engineers of the 1 l. A w. Railroad during a visit to this City saturday fully explained the proposition to a representative of the news. Beginning with Pearl Street As the thoroughfare Lead i ing from Boyers Coal Yard South Over the d. L. Amp w tracks is known the Railroad company intends to pave All 11 s ground a it it the station Down As far As the Ltd foot Alley abutting on Rogers Marble Yard. Belgian blocks will he used and the pavement in a very respect will he first class and an ornament to the Railroad property the St Annville in Rost led being at least $1000. The Railroad company does not see How it can make a Good Job of its pavement unless tin Borough consents to pave tin Alley next to Rogers Stone Vaul and a Small portion of Arch i re it i lie latter is the Street which leads from the station along blizzards run in a to Church Street. About the Only paving asked for Here would he the Small amount requited to Squar cup the work where the i foot Alley in Leist ets. The object of Engineer Doughty a visit was to make a proposition to the , looking to an Extension of the pavement a. Described above. So anxious is the Railroad company to have the Borough unite with it that it proposes to undertake with its own i Job tie using of the Alley and the Small space on Arch Street charging i the municipality for the work Only in a j cent i or Square Yard a figure merely j Ulli ii m to cover co t the Street and Bridge committee of Council has the matter under consideration and will make it it report at the next meeting of Council. Engineer Doughty to tied Satu Nlay that the new pave Iii. It will be begun at the station a it a the Borough Council is heard from v i i v i a l of. A. I in is re a by for the Trost in. I a Lut and til. font in.-. U a it mis combination. 1 i a in Rev get. Round on of Rev Street p a. I v. A i Ushii i nil Tali a ipod will now 1. Re. I throughout the. State. I \ i on in to e Hale. Oil i flu of vim ply Kel o. I they Welt ss4imy a. It. On i in i t 1reliance has he making it a a Merieal a Eup id. Of ii. Water i hot my my i t i glut it in col hellos an . D to Luci tit to to did not pave Itin it per ton being added to. I t p. I. Of i Oal on Septen Dat 1 a i h v d i Man w to was. Ii i Tuioi than single week in his whole lifetime 1 lie addle Bug is the latest tiling it hurting Public favor and a a a ii nation he i a Brilliant follow in n mid a Rovou of Caterpillar nut is a piously marked on the Toa. L gives the Bailie to the Lylse. T \ i usual Magels a i must he v. Re w. Ii to. With his a Hitmar notices 1ivon Al Varia Railroad 11 s made. a in. It that it Lias ordered. a from Frau a , a via and England tor exhibition Purje a at tin St Lair in to year Aud it May include a Wigim from Jajo and Italy in the Xii slut the of ii company i making the to show the s in of its. Motives Over the foreign build and in dentally to pick up inv of the g a of Points that they Niay possess for win Hunter is building several Flag at his Park the agony is Over Wou tie yacht run it Roe straight the Mill re Siam on this a Usu ii Erot 1m�?~huiiful Sunset scenes be i hiked tor also one Viv 1ii-.ring Laya this m my i lie heat and. I wave will Eoll title to alternate the strike of clip Ngo waiters is a i Ulater a to Shaft t the theory that Waller Are getting Rich so fast on tips Cut they done to care for wages. In in under St Aid that president k ,. It Vmills a us a Wenk it Rose i a i Virginia Home ? it a it a co. Brail of w Williamsport t month of november t. In111 Gnu tons of Anthracite Eon a i a replies its forty million i. It plot u u Market and sold. Ludu trial activity throughout the of Intro be w in Ign of a diminution Pultr r s a allege of journalism is ill . T it the built r graduate not a 1 a tin that he a to Hii i a to ii to gets up against the re a. To r it i hut Art d As office to of. I it in. Avs la a Iua it a lash nge . To it it makes it Char lie will first a a i me t a Tietter i signer than Fife m Jusepi i sell of Boft Grove i. Attending the Sid Mol j it i k Illus a Eburt i on Safur w a taken suddenly ill jut he t a dime r six a was taken to the i be of Larrv Hoy soar he and a in suit moved she in m a very Riti 1 it Moltion and her Lite is despaired of 1 to it. I i Mia House orchestra w ill r. R t of flow my program at the it o Ihu i formalize. Saturday no Marti from Quot the Bruce of by he Medley of late successful Drea Iii. Wattier Man says that today will Cloudy warmer and More Pio Bahl followed a Thunder Dore. I in. R i sum indie anon Attiat the i i Ltd ii Man Mill he along tie fore a. A Gula it time App iring now in the due to take measures to sup or s him i t i. R .1 rot ii uglier Vil be Lias a. I. T a tile in. Luau Well lie proud hot a Lead tie Lime Liri ugh from a ene to r i latin is forty three t in in i will in a Short time have made if forty four time ii i Truty threw year of age first s tournament. The two Days tournament or l a witty a bark held under the a pieces it the Danville Rifle and Sun club opened Vesterdal in lining it a o clock. T in attendance a not Large Bat fat a of tin towns in ing rep rest Neil there were a number of eve pet shooters on the ground How eve r the fifteen events constituting the first Days program Ocie shot olt along with a Tew extra event smile tit the shooting was remarkably Good a will he seen he the score Elliott. Apgar Hull and a ii i shot in All fifteen of Ftp events and out of i total of two Laundr d targets broke the following Elliott lie Pgar in Hull 1im� Speiser 171. Haney shot in seven of the events and out of a total of eighty five targets broke iv.,1 Dietz shot in eight cd Ellis and out a a ninety five targets broke i Selira shot i two events and out of a total of Twenty Bike 1 1. Dirk shot in thirteen of the events and out of a total of one Hundred and a a vilify live targets broke i but. Married at Elmira n. Miss i. Ii Luwi i liver daughter of or. And or Samuel .1 jul liver Mill Street and Clarence a Rogers a prominent Young business Man of Munch were married at noon on Mon Day last the wedding took place in Elmira n. Y., the Rev William Henry pastor of tin Baptist Church of that City Perfo Riding the be Renious. The Bride is Well known socially in Danville and has Many friends. She is a graduate of Bucko do Seminary Lewi Burg. Or. Rogers is one of Muncy a popular Young men and is also Well known in Danville. The of the wedding came a a Complete Surprise to their Many to Lead i this City and upon their return to Danville yesterday the Young couple Wen overwhelmed with congratulation. Or. And mrs. Roger. Will make their hone in Muncy when the Bridge was nailed shut last monday the clerk of Domicil acting under instructions wrote to the Pennsylvania canal company a King Why the Bridge had been nailed shut and w Hether it was closed permanent la or Only for repairs. In reply the following communication was rec. Ved from chief Engineer Thomas t. Wire Man Harrisburg pa., sept. 3, 11kkj. Or 11. B. Patton Danville a dear sir a in reply to yours of the 2nd inst. On the subject of the canal Bridge on Church Street in Danville which you say has been closed by or. Quick it is not the intention of tin a anal company to repair this Bridge. At Cli Olama nor assume any responsibility for it. The site of the store was making a hut in tin. Borough desires to reopen the Bridge for travel if is at full Liberty to do so he assuming tin expense and Despou Sivility of tie yours respectfully Thomas t. We Rio Man it thief Engineer. Council is clearly at a loss to know How to act in the premises. It was the sense of some that the Borough should proceed to make repairs and present the Hill to the a anal company fur p in intent. Others took the View that 11�?�� obstruction being removed the i Natty r should he permitted to rest until the next term of court. Tin objection urged against Thi was that the a Riig has Boon pronounced unsafe by tin Borough and deferring n pair with a he Bridge open involves some , As in ease of Accident no one could a that the Borough might not he mulched in damages. David Gibson moved Tomt the Borough repair the Bridge on Church treet and present the Hill for the same to the Pennsylvania canal company. Or Montgomery seconded the motion. The question was put and lost by the following vote yeas a v Astine Montgomery and David Gibson. Nays Davis Reifsnyder Swank Dougherty Joseph Gibson and Lloyd. It was reported to Council that tin division superintendent a under instruction from the canal company to keep flu Bridge nailed shut until n pairs u Ziadi what Moursi coun cil May take should the Bridge he closed again is not known. A communication was received from the stole and Post office at Grovania was destroyed by fire saturday night the entire Stock of goods and All the mail matter going up in smoke. The fire was plainly visible from this City As Well As from Bloomsburg and Catawissa. I it Garrison who owned the building destroyed who conducted the store and is postmaster at Grovania was in this City sunday morning. Toa representative of the american lie gave the Folio a aug account of the fire the building burned was a two Story Frame nearly new in addition to a store room 22 x 40 feet theft was a commodious residence portion containing All the modern improvements and finished in hard Wood the dwelling rooms until recently occupied were vacant at tin time of the fire. Or Garrison the owner who at present lives at some distance from in store w ill to the build to re nov ing. It happened on saturday night that ii ii in tin ii live population of Gru c. I u in attending a festival at i. I ii Diu ii or. Garrison says that in kept his store and tin Post of Iii open until half past s o clock when he closed up and joined his family at the festival. About 10 of clock some one at the festival a tin fire. Or. Garrisons attention being called to it he became fearful that it was his store and hurried Home Only to find that his worst fears were True. The building was already a Seething mass of flames a nevertheless w Ith a few Wil Lilg helpers my. Garrison essayed to save some of the contents of the building. The front door was broken open and a show Case dragged out but driven Hack by the smoke the Side door was next attacked. Bursting into the building Lien or. Garrison made a dash for his desk which contained his accounts and Many valuable papers blinded and nearly suffocated by tin smoke in. Succeeded in i stating the key in the desk hut in the hurry and excitement tin i v a broken and in companions succeeded in dragging or. Garrison out of the ton in time to ave his life. The building was quickly consumed together with its contents including a Large Stock if goods which enter into a general store All tin mail matter beside s sonic t Wenty five dollars Worth of Stamps and six or eight Blais in Cash belonging to the Post office the lire several times came very near the Board of health calling attention conic unseating to it a nearby residence to the Resolution adopted at a meeting held August 21�, relative to the removal of the Slaughter houses outside the Borough limits in which it was resolved that unless the Resolution adopted by the Board on june t requiring that the Slaughter houses he removed in sixty Days were not immediately complied w Ith Legal Proem i d Ings would he instituted to Abate the nuisance. Or. Reimsnyder moved that the action of the Board of health he endorsed. I. Swank seconded the motion. It was put to a Yea and nay vote Aud carried As follows yeast Vastine Davis Reifsnyder Swank Montgomery and Lloyd. Nays Dougherty not voting Joseph Gibson and David Gibson. On motion of or. Ennst Cronacher the Street commissioner was ordered to replace the planking Over a Gutter in front of tin held property on Bloom Street with Flag Stone. At a similar Gutter on a enter Street near Albert Lloyd a property the planking was also Orde cd to he replaced with Flag Stone or Davis called attention to the uncouth pavement on Mill Street of owned by or Mauser which was saved Only through tie vigilance of a bucket brigade which kept it drenched with watch. As it was the paint on the weather hoards was blistered by the heat. Or Garrison stated sunday that he carried an insurance. He has every reason to believe lie says that the tire was the work of an incendiary. Nolle if fill stoves were lighted upon Locking up the store lit himself had can fully extinguished All the lamps and he i ids confident that there was no tire on the pretties. Or Garrison As Post master finds himself in a predicament and the object of his visit to this City sunday a to obtain advice from Post master harder As to How to moot the present emergency in the care of the mail and tin conduct of the Post office. Oon Venetiou of Luther league. George g. Fox of this City was elected president of the Central Luther league of Montour Columbia and Schuylkill counties which closed a two Days session at Catawissa on saturday. The vice presidents of the league Are Charles a. Steele Northumberland miss sue Wnm Polc Sha Lii Okin miss Mary Holwig Numidia posit. The Brown building and asked us a on Ink Secretary miss Minnie Why now that we have an established a Nisi to Numidia corresponding Grade that the sidewalks Are not Rais 8orn,fary# George Karchner Berwick de to conform. On motion of or. The fifteenth september convention Davis the Street and bring. Commit tolf at a Wissert was Well attended tee was ordered to Confer with the owners of the Hartman and the cd Gnu it Ait properties relative to the proposed improvement of the sidewalk. The following Hills Wen approved tor payment Borough department Collar Bone dislocated. Or p c new Baker yesterday re due .1 the i toe Ilion of a Collar Bone for Joel Beyers Sou of Dairyman Hiram Boyer who was injured at Sha Inkin on monday the Young Man was Riding on a crowded Street car to Edgewood Park. The trolley was making Good time there was a Good Deal of jostling among the crowd with the result that Young Beyer was pushed out of the Side of the car he caught hold in time to prevent himself from being thrown to the ground hut before he could swing Hack onto the seat lie struck a Telegraph Jiorle. Receiving a Bard blow upon Bis breast. He suffered a great Deal of pain but thought it was nothing More Verioti Tolian a Bruise. Am time passed on the pain became excruciating while Bis bosom where struck began to swell badly. Beyer yesterday morning Call. I at or Newham Era a a flick for Relief when an examination revealed the fact that la Collar Horn was dislocated no of week the indents from the i various colleges w to have been spend i my their vacations Here will a a Gin to j Les Uuie to Weir work. Regular employees i. L. Amp a freight Standard electric Light to b. B. Brown Standard Gas co w. B. Linville. Labor and hauling Silver Spring Quarry co Chulasky Iron amp Cement co Urry kantian Frank Samuel Washington fire to structural tubing co Hoover Bros it r. Mells labor on sewer tax commission a Ros Elistelle j. I Cole water department regular employees Sill to a m Peters. 1.71� Standard has co. .40 mrs m t. Be due Harry b. Pattern Edward w. Peters .v�.07 h2 20 j2.84 4ft 1. Foft s. My 2.00 1 a to i 1. 10 jul j 10.54 21.41 it. To 2 it hot. 07 z. A a 107. 1 1 204 00 i 00 200. 7s the fact that the United mine workers of America has $1,000,000 in its Treasury indicates that in 1 sharing the general Prosperity and is not at All affected by the slump 111 Wall Street Phi at All of its sessions. The opening services were conducted by Rev. Peter Altpeter of Cata Wissa and the address of Welcome was delivered by Frank Fry and responded to by Charles Steele of Northumberland. A what can the Church do Lor Young people socially a was discussed by professor c. Ii Albert of Bloomsburg Aud George Karchner of Berwick. A what amusements can tie Church provide for its Young people a was discussed by Rev. Or. Wai upole of Shamokin Rev or. Brosious of Sunbury spoke on a a unionism. Relating to Rural delivery. By a recent ruling of the Post office department each Rural mail Carrier in the United states will to required to take a careful census of his route and copy tin names in a Hook provided for the purpose. Slips Are prepared for the carriers and these will he left with the families to he filled out each slip to contain the names of All parties receiving mail at the House even to tie servants. In this manner the name of every person along the mutes will he before the Post Muster and he will have 110 trouble forwarding the mail. Married ladies will designated by their own n s instead of those of their husband. How about Indian summer it is to be impede tie weather Ilian a 111 not deprive us of it. Frank Kear of Berwick spoilt sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Thomas Kear Spruce Street. Hugh Bennett of Northumberland spent Sukdav with his parents or. And mrs. Horace Bennett a Hutch Street. Miss May and Joseph Bowman have returned to Pittsburg after a visit with mrs. Mary Shepperson East front Street. Paul and Morton Christian have returned to Girard College Philadelphia after a visit with their Mother mrs Emma Christian Pine Street. Mrs. William mock has returned to Scranton after a visit with mrs. Anna tit Ley Railroad Street. Miss Elizabeth Foster lower Mulberry Street is visiting friends in Berwick. Or. And mrs. Joseph Sethain of Berwick spent sunday with tin latter a parents or. And mrs. S. Lowenstein wet Market Street. Mrs. W. L. Sid let returned Home from a visit to Shamokin last evening. Mrs. Ii. I. Quick returned to Rupert last evening after a visit with relatives in this City. Mrs. J. R. Foust returned to Mon Tai Idon yesterday afternoon after a visit at the Home of m. D. L. Sechler honeymoon Street. Miss Ruth Morgan returned to Hist evening after a visit with the misses bag it to. Mill Street. Miss Olive Lunger returned yesterday aft Moon from a i it with friends in Wiiki Sharre. Frank Mccaffrey of Clearfield is visiting his parents. Mill Street. F. Q Hartman transacted Husines-111 Berwick and Shickshinny yesterday. Harry to Weiistein of Philadelphia arrived Home last evening tor a i it with his parents or. And mrs s. To pvt not Iii i St Market Stiver f. Purse i Angle who has been at Johnstown during the last couple of months arrived in this City last even ing where lie will spend a couple of weeks with his parents before enrolling .1 a student at Lehigh University. Or. Austin Pegg of . Iowa arrived 111 this City yesterday for a visit a Villi his parents or. And mrs. R. J. Pegg. George you Igmati of a orgy. Is visiting his brother m g yoiingmai., Bloom Street. Mrs. John Shaffer of Sunbury. Re turned Homo last evening after a vis t with her brother a g. Cloud East Market Street. Miss Mary Fry returned yesterday from a visit with friends at Elysburg. 7. W. Ruimerman South Danville spent yesterday a turn Gnu with friends m Bloomsburg. Miss Alice Buck returned to Light Street yesterday after a visit at the Home of Cornelius Minier South Danville. Hon. R. S. Ammerman left yesterday for Brookville Jefferson county. Or. And mrs. Harry Reifsnyder and daughter Gertrude of Reading Are visiting at the Home of county commissioner George leighow Bloom Road. Mrs. Walter Marshall lower hurry Street spent yesterday friends in Bloomsburg. Miss Foulk lower Berry Street spent yesterday afternoon with friends in Bloomsburg. George retiring left on the a la train yesterday for Riddle org Bedford county whole he has secured employment. A. J. Leniger left yesterday on a business trip to Williamsport. Mrs. William Sketchly and son Garsed of Philadelphia Are visiting the former a sister mrs. Frank Woods Mill Street. George Bachinger transacted business in Mifflinburg yesterday. Or. W. R. Paules returned yesterday from a business trip to Philadelphia. 1. C. Loidy Liberty township left yesterday for Indiana Indiana county whore in has accepted a Jiosi Tion. Jesse ruin left yesterday on a business trip to Williamsii Ort. R. W. Walker of Scranton superintendent of Bridges on Bloomsburg division of tin d. L. Amp w. Railroad transacted business in this City yesterday. W. B Chamberlin of to Rosdale was in town yesterday on business connected with the Danville stove in manufacturing Ltd of puny mrs. Augustus Woods Walnut Street left yesterday for a visit to Philadelphia and Atlantic City. F. M. Herrington transacted business in Sunbury yesterday. George Kellar. Vine Street left yesterday for Riddle org Bedford it <01111 to where he has accepted a position. Kate Eckmair of roaring Creek called on friends 111 this City yesterday. Mul with mul first Sermon Rev. J. E. Hutchison pastor elect of Mahoning presbyterian Church Sudway entered upon Iris duties preach ing two Fine sermons. A Large congregation was present morning and evening. The morning Sermon was founded 011 Mark 14 8�?�?oshe hath done what she could a a the discourse ran along the line of service to god the speaker applying the thought very nicely to tie now i Elution of pastor and congregation assumed in tie Mahoning Preshy him who judges. Then we Are measured by our present Best not by the Best of yesterday. This and Many other Beautiful lessons were Learned by reviewing All the circumstances of Christ Svi it to the Home of Martha and Mary. 11 we Are going to do our Best the object of its expression should he the highest object. Mary did her Best not tor her Selt not for Martha hut for Christ. Though we May five Doug Well to have not done our Best until we have Terian Church. This act of Mary in the text praised by Jesus the speaker said lie understood As implying that she had done the very Best for him that she could. If was tin highest commendation that the Savior could bestow for if any one knows the real Worth of an act that one is Jesus. Others might not see the motive they might a deceived hut not so the master. The discourse emphasized the fact that our Best is not measured by the Best of others. The Savior did not measure Martha by Mary a ability and yet Martha a weakness is revealed just the same. There is hut one infallible Standard we can to measure men by men. We must be measured according to our ability to measure up to the Christ Tankard. Not what we do hut what we truly strive to do a will Mark our failure or Success in the eyes of done All we can do for Christ. A not failure hut Low aim is the highest aim is Christ whom Mary served the Best for Christ i the Best for others. If you do your Best for a Hrit be Sun that his disciples and others and yourself will he recipients of the Blessing the service. The Best we can do will he criticised just As the act of Mary was criticised by the disciples and particularly Judas. But if we Are True men and women unmindful of criticism we xxx ill continue to do our Best and with the help of god Plant the Standard of our Best a Little Ghigliei at each it Uco Essie service. Pile Driver again at work. A Large crowd assembled at tin d. L a w Bridge below Mill Street yesterday afternoon to witness the operation of the big pile Driver. It proved a most interesting object lesson a illustrating not Only the labor saving Quality of human inventions but also the tact that then Are a a talk kid of work which can not he accomplished by bum.111 hands unaided by machinery. The excavation has la Een sunk Twenty one feet below the Railroad track. The trick is to drive the piles Noue of which Are less than to feet Long and some 12 incites in diameter Down into the Bottom of the excavation As far As they ran a a piously this is a kind of work which could not lie accomplished without the Aid of jul to such a mechanism As a pile Driver 110 matter How Many 11111 Wen employed or How patiently they toiled after being rammed into the Earth ten twelve or fifteen feet us the Case May lie tin pile is sawed off near the ground when the heavy remaining portion is lifted out of excavation by the pile Driver in tin same Way As to log before being driven is dragged out of to pile and swung around Lik a Strax by the huge machine until it Falls into proper position for receiving tin heavy drop Hammer. Forty piles will 1m driven into the Bottom of the excavation for the purpose of furnishing a sure and solid foundation for the Concrete abutments. The Pil Drivers work was about halt completed last evening. A six o clock dinner. Or. Thomas Williams Wall treet filter turned a number of Friend at a is o clock dinner tuesday evening. Those present were mrs. J. F bar and daughter miss Gertrude mrs. I .1 a Cher miss Grace Williams. Mrs Warren bar and miss Nora Koons of. . Deep out completed should the weather prove at All favourable today will practically see the completion of the sewer As Tat tin deep Cut extends. It has been \ Long and trying task ill which obstacle after obstacle unforeseen when the we Ork was begun had to he surmounted. Ground was broken on jute Ord. But it is Safe to say that during out third of the time since the work has been held up either by rain or by High water on the River which flooded the Trench. In addition to the pet seize of the water the constant use of my biting was another hindrance and a pens a which was not reckoned on there Are probably but few towns 111 tin Stati having servers win a Sii it b deep excavating was necessary a Between tin River and a boning Creek where tie deepest Point went Down about thirty of a it that tie work lift been so successfully pushed through Speaks Ovll for Flat a executive ability the ingenuity my resources of 1. J. Keefer and e s Miller who have the work in a Barge beyond Thi Point the work will proceed rapidly. Some difficulty May in. Experienced in passing through the Arches under Mill. Ferry and Church streets but beyond these it is let a in cd All will be dear sailing District no. 21�, improved order of Hept Sophs held its annual it n. N Tion at hotel Babiy in tins a try it Torday. The session began at p. 111. The following delegates were 111 attend Luce s. B. Wolfe of la Wiburg a. J. Thrash of Hazleton. Charles Williams of Berwick t Harter of Bloomsburg l. K. Hannun of Pottsville and Benjamin f. Hair. Who represented to Sunbury con it Lav in addition to Danville. Distri t no. 21� includes Williamsport in k Haven Milton Lewisburg Bloomsburg. Potts Ville Hazleton and brew k the following officer we re elected t. J. Harter of Bloom Hurt Dent <7. G. Cloud Secretary. A m. Peters District Deputy supreme Arch 011, with William i William t Pottsville alternate. The following resolutions were adopted inasmuch As we deem the ser vices of brother District Deputy supreme Archon a. M. Peters worthy of recognition in his untiring efforts and efficient ability in furthering to interests of our Noble order and in putting our District no. 21� 111 a condition second to none therefore 111 convention of District no. 21� a Nib de this Date he it resolved. That a Vot of thanks be tendered our worthy brother a m Peters to show our appreciation of his services and be it further resolved that a copy of thes resolutions he spread upon the Init it got this convention a copy Ign d by tin presiding officers Andrit to it it or esteemed supreme Archon. Brother m. G. Cohn and a copy 1� pro Ltd to brother peter.-. T. A. Harter president of i i t convention attest j. G. A loud Secretary. State Aid in Road building. Questions Are lie ing ask a i to the prospects of receiving Stab Aid Torr pairs on the Road hading from this pity to Mausdale. Apple Trion tor which was mad by the county a m missioners Early last Spring the truth of the matter is that the pro spies Are very poor of r a a iving state Aid for this or any other Road n the near future. There Are probably few counties which have not like Montour made apply action it r is u lid ii tug. But the new act it a a is 1-very imperfectly understood tie Mere formality it get applying. It would seem 1 Only a a a ving a great Deal to comply wit i by the state is in a position to Furm a Means for Fie building of Road assuming that the apply at 11 has been regularly made tied tails to Survey map and established Grad being attended to tin depart an or 1-by no Means yet in a position to extend Aid the sum to which he county is entitled under the act depends upon How Many mile it r id Way it possesses. Lefoi and m ins can be furnish d by the Starr re commissioners Art obliged to fur Nish the Stilt Highway Departie it with the number of Mil of Public roads 111 the different township it Quot to end that tin appropriation to i a t Asid tor each county 111 proportion i it it its roads May properly estimated when Fie numerous provision a a Art have been complied with St at my May he forthcoming hot not Liefer Quot Shore a Shore acres has been play Ltd Over three thousand Tun 111 this anti Fri and is universally re Ogniz i a the greatest pastoral Plav a x r Watt n t i tin English speaking log it if 1-Strangc. But Trio that this inf r Ting comedy drama was uttered of a a re Well known theatrical manager in wiil a numb r a t to m thought Lerea 1 t Plav. They did not cart it it Rte a any Money in its production. All this happened about fifteen y. A age my since then these astute purveyors of the i Airia annually out up the t tunes they might hav on i with this charming Idyl Otann re an in in life. F or the pro it a on entire new scenery has been prepared fora Shore and several novel effects hav Cecil inti it do a 1 to a Plav is underlined tor presentation a a the j opera House. Saturday veiling w Ember 12th Job printing the office of the americas Lic Iii furnished with a Large assortment of Joh letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to sex 1 Eute in the neatest manner Job printing of All k kinds and description Larue shipment a a shipment of by a a Trout and Large Mouth Black As arrived at South Danville lat evening for the purpose of is King the streams Hon about. The fish or int m response to an application mad by m h Schrai and w b of United a Tatry fish Coumis Aiti r Gorge m Bower Early lat Spring the fish in larg cans in All Arne Ltd on Thea to train in charge of a a me Siiger belonging to tin depart int. Tin Brook Trout in Hundred j in number were consigned to Olivar Weaver who rides in the Vicinity of . The Black Baas three Hundred in numb r a or consigned to it m. H sell ram. Who with w e Lunger Willi pm l. Lloyd Charles Ruckel capt Johnson Georg Kim William f. Angle. William Sechler and other Bass find Crmen. Was 00 baud at the station to receive them. Carrying out instructions from the fish commissioner the party had Teu larg can containing water 00 the platform conveniently placed for an immediate Transfer of the fish lieu the train stopped. Small Asti Are very tender and can not cud re us Gleet while being shipped. Fish breath air and a larg number confined in a can Oon exhaust the air in the water what a not in motion. For Ortris reason it was necessary to provide the Feu ans and Dis Tribuz tie fish under Noel ram stances would it do to hold the Tih Over night. Accordingly arrange ments were mad to Plant Ali fish ii Media by alter the departure of the train. The Black Bass were placed m the Susquehanna and or or mor of it Niall tributaries. Oliver Weaver failed to receive the announcing the arrival of the Brook Trout but by merest coincident happen it to pass through South Dan ill Sny to after the train had passed. Learning that lie was wanted lie drove Down to the ration he of course was Unur Pard to com ply with the instructions As to transportation cans but after Orne delay an arrangement was mad whereby was a in Rita d fat use the govern Lieut cans five in number in transporting the fish re it in Home. The Fidi who b Are from the United states Bately re a wit Vilie. W a. A very tin specimens. Specially the Brook Trout to Large Mouth Black Bass arc to conning v by scarce in the North Branch and its in Tataries. Pietu e the application which re Ulle i in tie Fine shipment. The mall Mouth Mack Haar said to be a air responding by and 10 order to keep the River stocked in the near Futon in will a a a necessary to apply to the fish Commissi it or for a Tum air of rfcs a new counterfeit Dickerman United state i reas sury Gnu Pfeif. It Detector a for it in r. Reports a new count refit a a National f Irik not. Rie 1 hrs k a of r b. Which a discovered after the Quot Detector want to a press and the description of if is punted u in an ins red lip tin. Quot la for ays Quot tins now counterfeit is a photo graphic production Ami liable to do Reive the car in it is on tie Mot new Fth for 7 id Bank no as70ft. A. In or Bruce Register treasurer and Fth county prison is empty Frank Lye. The Young actor xxx was committed to jail ten a Lay for illegal ear Riding a re. D i to and was released on saturday morn ing. The county jail 1 nov empty during last week Lyl had. Hostile All to i 111�?�?� a if and i a a lice Gav e him i id a Quot to tary confinement 1 Lik an empty jail does not in tue or often even in Liefl Montour when offenders against 11� Laxx a Tim mini Erous. Tori 1 the fir i stun during a a a. A his pcs Clit let pm of office that sheriff f Brockhill a found him it win it prisoners. Is handler of Matt la Inicis National Bank. A charter no 117w. To Mammy not Ign fur a of b k a p. Vaian. He la let a Cal la id Seal. Tin most noticeable defect 1 the color of charter Hank and trea my numbers of note which is groan instead of tie Bright Armine in the genuine although an attempt is made to tint Fhy numbers with red Ink the lathe a it re. Also the Vignette on face of note will not mud investigation the Brown a k of note a Good in that Iota. But Fth panel to fat snug Chart t n .11 1 not Green a Ltd in the a nun. Tto counterfeit is printed on Good Quality of Bank not of per. With Fibre imitate d by Ink line credit in do or Frank c Rogers paying Feller of tin m Iro Felitan National Bank. In Fon a Iff. The detection of this an Perfett merged in Dan office m Ania. Who a barred but so Turda night xxx a Undahl t Tifin Bosques am in Lav and the off. Is Post ten at dans rile Tarrish i might have conduct then is office at e or at some other cd no temporarily but in had begin business with a All were hurtled an i even his at fit destroyed tor Uncle tri Evatna i merged in to Post Ali a is co Able to Iris Resul to Velill tit Ploc ii tamp v Taij ing it a sell 111. Potro to came t Don t be .1 it to i sunday i a St m at fir is Drut granted a Oberter. A charter has i n Grant 1 to the Danville and Chioti Isburg Klc Fri railway a of this cd Manx 1-compos.d of the Sain Coph who milk up the Danville and Riv a sol str it rail Wix uni Paov la to Charters provide in a in it no ing Gnu a. I. R n from Riv re a Borough of Blumn a m a Pitburg 1 health Ami will. A. I on in ii for Iro Vanta pm of office for of 1 e 1 r mail tur he of that an w no in turf will it a Rovana in the 1.1. Pro Rhet. I lid acc Pleil his t Chorb to till a tit time in so Ndel was Tak Nur Tig his recovery Law the pulpit at san up plied from Hersity. Or Sindet Asart Regamey a his Nti Nui to finate

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