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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 11, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaK Home paper a for the Jioie he circulation it get this paper is increasing rapidly it will you a to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year us. Iky 1 my ii. Jan Numis Dix list. Office hour 9 a. .1/. To i m we it mls it i a. M to r. M Danville. A. 1 i1is country . Never be entirely free unti1. It supplies All of its own demands with its own productions vol. 47--no i Quot. Dan v i Zajk tii1i1�stvay sell tem 1�?T>kk 11.1002. Sill i Quot a . In. 425 my sr., , in a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines ii specially 1 ii. P. , dentist Uhke is Millst Kkt. Teeth kxtm.t.1 Ulm us full. Crown Braldye work a specially. with the huh he ail my a improved instruments Ami prepared in execute tin most Dutli Eikill work. Of. C. Ii. Reynolds a dentist a office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in All its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892. Con Henski news. Picnics Are suspended. Indian summer will soon be duo. Berwick will have free delivery after december 1. Cout Agius diseases arc very Tew at present about town. Leonard Foulk spent yesterday with relatives at Bloomsbury. The beginning of the equinoctial storms will soon he Here. The last of a serio4 of dances will be held at Hunters Park tonight. It is said that the High school foot Ball team will be a Good one this year. The Rains of the past few Days were welcomed by the Farmers in this Section. A year ago saturday president Mckinley was shot at Buffalo by cd Zol Gosz. A ii n in be r of our town boys will lie caving for College within the next few was is. The crop Outlook indicates that there vill he pumpkin pies enough to go around. Rural free delivery is anxiously waited by the Farmers of Montour aunty. John Donnelly of Shamokin return-1 Home yesterday after a visit in is City. The prohibition Alliance will meet night at 7 30 of clock. A full attendee is desired. At All events the end of the an Racite strike is nearer than it has i been before. Superintendent George m. West is stalling electric lights in South l an he Homes this week. Traube a sunday school will bold a rival on saturday evening Sepreni a is. Everybody invited. Signs of fall and Winter an Partie irly noticeable in the dry goods re windows of our town. Lie Philadelphia amp Reading rail y company is again burning Bard a i in most of its locomotives. Lie Man who has an old fashioned of stove in Bis cellar is now Ziaul a t Forth in great glee to do him at service in these Days of priceless .1. A be owners of Welsh Bros circus ice cancelled the Coal regions this a because of the strike have do a $100 to the Relief fund of the item mine workers. Jie Sale of the Peter Billmyer farm a Berty township. Montour comity Lieen adjourned until september 1. 1902, Tatta Ouirt House in Dane pa., at one o clock rest festival Tea will be served salvation army Hall ferry Street Day september 12, from 5 to 10 n. Tickets 15 cents. All who at will have a pleasant time and Tea. 1 voters Sli oud keep in mind that Dier 4 will Lee the last whereby / can their poll tax thus Genahl to a t it vote in november. this important fact As it will d Ina in persons much annoyance Letioa Day. Sunday september 14, will of St anniversary of the death of a Dent Meki Uley. Many churches to in in in Uniat a a of throughout tie try have voluntarily started a Lieut to bold a memorial service air Placo of worship in re Mem be of the Lite president a sons desiring to go to washing a october to attend the National my intent of the grand army of the Public Are requested to notify hander William m. Hedde is of a Rich Post no. 22, g. A. R. The a is trying to charter a car which in run direct from this City to bin ton. This can be done if High persons go to fill a car. Doyes of tin Pennsylvania rail a just their debts hereafter or. Heir posit ions. They have no native in the matter and it they Fogt a just debts is not paid with reasonable time the Railroad will a to continue the menus names Oil May Rolls. Such is an order sent a rom Philadelphia. All division received the manifesto and All act accordingly. . Ii installed lion tin members of Tho sclioo1 Board tiled into Trio directors room monday they were hardly Able Toree Ruize their former quarters and it was with an exclamation of Sui prison that Almy tool in All the recent repairs. Not Only was All the furniture rearranged but Tho unsightly Globe stove was removed As the apartment will henceforth be heated from Tho cellar. The coarse and ragged matting which so Long had greeted the Eye was removed and the floor covered with linoleum representing tiling. The Walls and ceiling Are Calci mined a Terra gotta color being selected. The Woodwork is repainted and the furniture varnished. At the South of the room a platform has been raised for the president Oil which stand a bran new table and a High backed chair. To the right of Tho president is the Secretary a desk and to the left table for newspaper men each place living provided with a comfortable chair. Appearance of things Are further enhanced by four Graceful Liat packs two of which stand Oil each Side of the room. Or. Barber climbed up into his elevated porch Anil called the Hoard to order. Several members expressed themselves As delighted with Tho improvements. Or. Keefer demurred lie said every thing was All right with the exceptions of Tho chairs. For his part lie thought that nothing would he so Nice As a revolving chair. Or. Fischer agreed with him and soon the idea became popular. Chairs Aro needed anyhow it was explained in the class rooms where under the increased attendance the seats Are not sufficient. The chairs doing service in Tho directors room therefore were ordered up stairs and it was decided to Purchase a dozen revolving chairs for the Hoard along with another dozen of plainer ones for the use of classes that come into the directors room to recite. The neat and orderly appearance of tilings seemed to throw Tho Board into a discriminating and critical mood. It found that a number of abuses has crept into its conduct of affairs and the session was Given Over to the question of reforms. Several of the members wore accused of abrogating unto themselves the right of deciding on questions which properly belong to the Hoard while others it was affirmed neglected their business. A Good Esta hushed in postmaster harder has received from the Post office department Tho official notification of the appointment for Tho Rural free delivery routes which Are to be established in this county on october 1st. For route no. 1 Charles Kuckel is the Carrier and David Kuckel substitute. H. H. Stetler is Carrier for route no. 2, with w. O. Stetler As substitute. Daniel Byerly will deliver the mail for route no. A his substitute being Lewis Byerly. John Mcclure is named As the Carrier for route no. 4, with d. B. Mcclure As substitute. The salary of the carriers includes horse hire and daily trips must he made Over the routes sundays excepted. Tho government requires that covered boxes of Sheet Iron or Stool Mast be erected by persons desiring Rural free delivery service. The dimensions and specifications of the boxes Are Given in an order which postmaster harder received Beveral weeks ago from Washington. Eracli Box must he erected so that Tho Carrier Cau easily obtain Access to it without dismounting from his vehicle. These regulations Are being observed by those residing on the routes who have already put up boxes. Man a More will be erected during this Mouth so that the patrons will to ready to receive their mail when the service starts. Tree was Bihwu into a House. The storm of tuesday afternoon did considerable damage to Tho Corn throughout this county and interfered with the Telephone lines by breaking i the wires with falling Trees. At Washin Touville a number of Trees were blown Down. A big Brunch of one was forced through the Gable end of a building tearing off the weather hoarding penetrating through the plastering and extending two feet into the Interior of the House. The building is the town Hall part of it being used As the Council chamber and Tho other part As the residence of mrs. Mary Cromley. Mrs. Cromley was entering the room when the tree was forced in through tie Wall. She escaped injury hut was considerably frightened by the occurrence. At Milton the storm was very heavy Tho wind doing a great doa of damage. Part of Shimer s puddling Mill was blown Down but none of the Many caustic remarks were fired Back work men Wero injured. In this City it wards and forwards hut no action was taken and the session was void of interest. The following Hills Wero approved for payment k. W. Peters com. D. Ii. Eckman. Goergo Snyder. Trumbower amp Werk Leisor Ginn a co. Charles Motterud ii. S. Miller. Calvin Eggert K. Hale jr., John Binder George Kif Snyder a. G. Is Loop. Mrs. Davis mrs. Kiun .37 57.90 75.23 i. 74 12.77 1.00 8. 13 1.85 2.25 .65 75.23 2.00 35.00 22.50 the Clouds were Black making it quite dark Aud a heavy rain fell. There was very Little damage done and the worst of the storm was soon Over. To attend state Oon Venetiou. The Continental Hoso company at its september meeting decided to attend the annual state convention of firemen which will lie held next month at Bradford. Thomas j. Trainer was chosen Delegate of Tho company in the convention. There will tie a number of firemen from the other companies at Bradford so that the Danville department will lie Well represented. George freeze will lie the Friendship Delegate while chief James freeze will lie Tho official representative of the department. The Continental company also made its nominations at tin1 meeting and the annual election will lie held in october. Thomas j. Trainor is the nominee for chief Engineer of the department. Puddles from Lebanon. Twenty puddles arrived in this cite tuesday from Lebanon to work in the Danville rolling Mill. They Are All married men and their families reside in Lebanon. Liev Wero employed in the big Iron Mills there until several weeks ago when Tho importation of negro workmen caused a general strike in that City. Tuesday night nine furnaces the full capacity of the rolling Mill were on and the Mill will now run double turn steadily with these nine furnaces. Several weeks ago a few furnaces were on at night hut the double turn had to lie discontinued because of the trouble in getting steady puddles. These 1,4, an Oil men Are All experienced and have been employed for a Long time in their Home City. Their coming will enable the capacity of the Mill to. He doubled. Samuel Mettler starts Home. Samuel Metier whose Long drive to this City from the Western part of Ohio was described in these columns last Juno Lias started on this journey homeward. Or. Metier is an elderly gentleman who was Horn and spent his entire life in Ohio. His parents emigrated from this Section in Early life and the object of or. Metier a visit was to form acquaintance with his relatives Here. He spent a couple of Mouths very pleasantly with his Pennsylvania relations sojourning a portion of the time at the Home of mrs. Enoch Cook this City who is a first Cousin. Or. Metier a journey Home will cover a distance of nearly seven Hundred Miles. The horse and open buggy that brought him East will he used in making the return trip. Coming East his average rate of travel was a Little Over Twenty Miles per Day so that it will he readily seen that his journey Homo must occupy Over a Mouth. Frazier Homestead re purchased. The old Frazier Homestead situated about a mite South of Washin Touville which for some years past Lias been owned by Martin Kelly Friday passed into the Possession of Daniel Frazier of this City. The place with its level and Fertile Fields its Tine fences and buildings never fails to attract the attention of the passer by. It was formerly owned by Daniel Frazier father of the late James o. Frazier and Grandfather of the new owner. Tiie latter for several years past Lias been desirous of gaining Possession of the farm so As to bring it Hack into the Frazier family. The Price paid has not been made Public hut it is said to exceed $12,000. Attacked with vertigo. While attending the funeral of the late George w. La Eifer monday will Iain it. Purse of frosty Valley was seized with an attack of vertigo occasioning a Good Deal of excitement. He was standing with others in front of the dwelling when to suddenly seemed to lose conscious less and fell Over. He was carried to Tho rear of Tho House where he soon recovered. The Sun. Which was intensely hot during the afternoon is thought to have super induced the attack struck by Palling Plank. While Charles Guss a millwright at Tho shovel works was working at a machine yesterday morning lie was struck on the right Side of the head by a plunk which fell a distance of Twenty feet. He wore a Cap which saved the Scalp from injury hut lie became very sick from the effects of Tho blow Aud had to he taken Homo in a Carriage. Or. Wintersteen was in attendance upon him until late last night Aud did not leave his bedside until assured that All danger was past. Had the Plank struck Guss edgewise to would surely have been killed Aud his escape from fatal injury was very narrow. Paid Fine and costs w. Ii. Harkins a stranger was a. Rained before in Stine of the peace Oglesby yesterday morning charged with drunkenness the was taken into custody by chief Minee Noyer tuesday evening while taking a Nap Oil Mill Street. A night in the lock up Souier de him considerably Aud lie paid Fine and Cost amounting to $2.35. Miss Isabel Baidy left yesterday tor Staunton va., where she will enter the episcopal female Institute. Miss Edna Berninger of roaring greek was a visitor in this City yesterday. Miss Stella Mourer in Beach Haven returned Home last evening alter a visit with friends in this City. Miss Katie Mullen returned Home last evening from Johnstown and Pittsburg. Miss Margaret Hall returned to Milton yesterday after a visit with friends in this City. Miss Anna Parsons returned to lock Haven yesterday Atter a visit wit i miss Margaret Breckbill East Market Street. David Paules Aud son Luther of Marietta returned Home yesterday after a visit wit i or. W. R. Paules Bloom Street. Mrs. Edward Lewis Spruce Street left yesterday for a visit with friends at Berwick. Mrs. C. E. Yorks returned to Central yesterday after a visit with mrs. T. W. Bartholomew East front Street. John Bachi Igor of Plymouth spent sunday wit i his parents or. And mrs. Augustus Bachinger upper Mulberry j in the blessings of Street. Or. Aud mrs. John Jones and family of Natalie spent sunday at the Home of William Young Pino Street. Mrs. Joseph Selmin and children of Berwick spent sunday with the former a parents or. And mrs. S. Lowen Stein. Mill Street. George g. Steish Runor of Wilkos Barre spent sunday wit i his Mother mrs. Annie Steinbrenner front Street. Mrs. E. J. Coxey Aud daughter Helen Aud or. Aud mrs. William Mapstone of Sunbury spent sunday at South Danville As the guests of or. And mrs. Robert Mapstone. Misses Anua and Sarah Woodside spent sunday with relatives in Sun Bury. Miss Laura Gilbert and George s. Gilbert of Catawissa spent sunday at the Homo of or. Anil mrs. 0. H. Reynolds Mill Street. Or. And mrs. John s. Gilbert of Philadelphia Are guests of or. Aud mrs. C. H. Reynolds Mill Street. Miss Jennie Reed of Shamokin spent sunday with friends in this City. Miss Rose Bolen of Sunbury spent sunday with miss Anna Mcclouglan Softli Danville. Mrs. Harriet Fortner and miss Harriet Fortner of Nescopeck Are the guests of or. Aud mrs. J. T. Mccloughan Softli Danville. Miss a. M. Hartley of Bloomsburg returned Home yesterday after a visit at the Home of or Pattou Washingtonville. Frank g. Scholti returned Homo last evening from Philadelphia and new York City. Or. Aud mrs. George w. Boat East Market Street left yesterday on a trip through Tho states of new , Indiana Illinois Wisconsin and Michigan. John drum returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit with friends in this City. Miss Nellie Jordan Spruce Street left yesterday for a visit with friends in Shamokin. Misses Emma Aud Belle Loiler of Shamokin returned Homo yesterday after a visit with mrs. Charles am Merman Softli Danville. Prof. And mrs. G. C. Renwer of Lewisburg Are the guests of or. And mrs. Grier Youngman Bloom Street. Or. And mrs. Amos Johnson of Reading returned Home yesterday after a visit with the latter a parents or. Aud mrs. John u. Heise Pine Street. A. Lundquist travelling passenger agent for Tho Union Pacific Railroad was in Ali is City yesterday the guest of station agent William Black of the d. L. W. Rail rail. W. K. Lord of it. Carmel Republican candidate for the Short term of Congress was in this City yesterday. Miss Mary Detweiler of Williamsport returned Home yesterday after a visit wit i mrs. H. R. Meredith at the state Hospital. Mrs. John sickos Walnut Street left yesterday for a visit with friends at Watsontown. William Mettler returned to Brooklyn n. Y., last evening after a visit wit i relatives in South Danville. Miss h. S. Hutchins of Mifflinville returned Homo last evening after a visit at the Home of Samuel Werkheiser pipe Street. Mrs. W. H. Garrett Aud son Harry of Philadelphia who have been visiting at the Homo of Hon. W. K. Holloway returned to this City last evening after a Short sojourn at forty fort. W. S. Rhoads of the firm of Miller amp Rhoads Richmond va., accompanied by his daughter Catharine is circulating among old friends in this City. He is a guest at Tho Home of w. K. Holloway. Harry Prentiss returned to Shenandoah yesterday after a Short visit with Liis family in this City. Sergeant Frank Keefer and private Jacob Snyder returned to Manila Park yesterday after a visit in this City. Or. Anil mrs. John m. Geise lower Mulberry Street left yesterday for Reading. Mrs. Charles Snyder of Northumberland spent yesterday at the Home of tier father Theodore Hoffman or. Lower Mulberry Street. Those interested in the soldiers Monument and have been hoping to j see it ail accomplished fact a in the near future will lie disappointed to learn that the solicitors Are not meeting with such encouragement As was anticipated. The intention is not to convey the idea that the committee has lost Hope in the ultimate Success of the. Monument. The work is to far advanced for that. They feel some discouragement it is True hut they have not lost Confidence in american manhood in the liberality of a a cider i Otts and patriotic Public. The committee is now preparing to make a stirring Appeal which it is hoped will awaken every citizen to a full sense of his duty. Few it is claimed look at tie matter rightly the committee takes the View that in contributing to a fitting memorial to he erected to those who gave up their lives for their country not Only should one contribute according to his Means but even to the extent of personal sacrifice. Those who fell on the Field of Battle gave All that the Union might remain one and inseparable. How much therefore is due from us j who without any such sacrifice share a United country it is this thought that the commit tee wishes to bring Home to the people. At present there is a deplorable amount of indifference. Few it is True refuse outright but in too Many instances the solicitors Are a stood off a told to a Call again and thus driven to the necessity of making repeated visits where one should suffice 11 the Monument is to be built Aud to he built reasonably soon it is pretty evident that the general response will have to he much different from what it has been. The committee however has not lost Hope. Postponed until saturday. Last evening was the time selected tor re testing the one thousand feet of new Hoso recently purchased. Tho work had scarcely More than begun when a mishap occurred at the Steamer which made it necessary to abandon the test for the time being. It was about 5 30 o clock when steam was gotten up. It was decided to test the new Hose ill two sections. Five Hundred feet accordingly were attached to the Steamer and extended Down the River Road. The intention was to carry out the in Sanctious Given by Council and subject the Hose to a pressure of 225 pounds hut by the time that 160 pounds were reached the Sutton pipe broke Loose from the Steamer which math it impossible to proceed with the lest. Under pour ids which is about double the pressure commonly employed at tie water works the Hose showed not the least indication of weakness. The couplings fit to a nicety and worked very easily. Many of those present consider the test sufficient to prove the strength of the Hose hut they will he subjected to another test at saturday noon when the remaining 500 feet will he tested under a 225 Pound pressure. Were married at Berwick. Thomas j. Trainor and miss Mary Hendricks of this City were married yesterday afternoon at 5 of clock the ceremony being performed at the brides Home by Rev. M. M. Alleck pastor of the holy Trinity evangelical lutheran Church Berwick. Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the Home of the brides parents after which or. And mrs. Trainor left for Boom ton n. J. The Groom is employed at the Reading Iron works and the Bride is a daughter of Horace Hendricks formerly a resident of Valley township this county. Both have Many friends who wish them Many years of Happy wedded life. The wedding was attended by a. M. Hendricks a brother of the Bride and or. And mrs. S. Thompson of this City. Base Ball for saturday. Milton will meet Tho a old timers saturday afternoon at Dewitt s Park and the game promises to he a Good one. The Danville club will he a Strong one and Teufel a tigers Are coming Here to win. The base Ball season is nearing its close making it difficult for manager Mccoy to secure clubs to play. In Many towns the teams have already disbanded. Milton will probably play its filial game Here. Tho Quot old timers Quot will hold Over until october As two games Are scheduled with Tho cuban giants for Tho third week of this month. Purchased Morrison farm. Eugene Morrison administrator of the estate of Harmon Morrison deceased yesterday offered at Public Sale the farm of the estate in Mahoning township along the Philadelphia amp Reading Railroad Aud adjoining the state Hospital and the farm of John k. Bennett containing ninety two acres. The property was purchased by Frank u. Jackson of Berwick the consideration being $5900. Edward Sayre Gearhart is counsel for the administrator and the Sale was by a special order of the orphans court of Montour county. Water department p. H. Foust freight $ 71.23 regular of ploys 147.95 extra labor. 64.84 . 61.17 John Oor Mau 5.32 Curry amp Varnau. 18.42 o. J. Callahan. 313.20 j. H. Yorgy. 87.16 american car amp foundry co 50.20 Keeler co. 17.03 Haines Jones amp Cadbury co. 10.60 Standard Gas co. 6.40 . Peters. 3.35 h. R. Moore 3.14 Janies Shultz. 7.00 morning news. 19.00 Rensselaer mfg. Co. 84.75 Joseph Lechner. 51.43 Washington Hose co. 10.30 Harry b. Patton. 80.00 beginning of school term. Tho term of the Public schools of Softli Danville began monday and the attendance for Tho first Day was very Good. Miss Mary Pfahler is again teacher in the grammar Grade and has Twenty four pupils enrolled. In the primary school there is a new teacher miss Blanche Leslier the number of scholars in her room being thirty eight. Tho attendance will be larger in a few Days As a number of pupils attend from the upper end of Gearhart township. Slight fire caused by wire. An electric Light wire caused a slight tire tuesday eve at Tho top of the Entrance to the Globe warehouse. It was noticed in time to prevent it from getting any headway and was extinguished by George Maiers who attached the Hose to the pave Wash in front of his residence the wearing off of Tho insulation was the cause of the Blaze which did no Damge. Class elects officers the freshman class of the Danville High school met in mrs. Coulter s recitation room. Monday and elected the following officers for Tho year president Baidy Smith vice president George Jacobs or. Secretary miss Lena Ridgeway assistant Sec Cream and cake will lie sold an in rotary. Miss Mary Hooley treasurer citation is extended to All to attend s j. Welliver or a clipping social will to held in the sunday school room of the first Baptist Church saturday evening. Ice will he re tested the Borough Council Friday night held a Busy session lasting an hour and a half which was occupied mainly with matters relating to the fire d part Cut. Chief Engineer James freeze was present and presented a report As to the tests made on the thousand feet of Hose just purchased. It was impose Sihle to proceed with the tests on tuesday night the Dato selected owing to repairs on foot at the water works. Fearing that the Hose might he needed the chief Engineer decided to proceed with Tho test on wednesday night although he could get hut 90 a rounds pressure and the fire com Mitten was not present Oil the occasion. The Hose lie said showed no signs of weakness even though the shut off nozzle was used. It a the sense of Council that the test was not sufficient. Or. Kem Mer objected because the fire committee was not present or. Lloyd declared that the pressure employed was hardly a circumstance Aud that nothing less than 225 pounds would prove Tho strength of the Hose. On motion of or. Montgomery it was ordered that the Hose be re tested under As High a pressure As possible the fire engine to he employed. Tho fire committee is to he present when the test is made. Reports have reached the ears of Council that some of the fire cot ies neglect to dry their Hose Aud that As a consequence the latter soon becomes worthless. On motion of or. Lloyd it was ordered that Tho chief Engineer he instructed to visit each Hose House personally within 48 hours after a lire to see whether As required by Tho rules the Hose used have been transferred from the Carriage to the Tower. On motion it was decided that the second quarterly appropriation along with the third which is nearly due he paid Over to the different fire companies. On motion of or. Montgomery it was ordered that the water commissioners to instructed to Grant a weeks vacation to each of the employees of the water works his to go on. Hollow Street Center Street and lit tie Ash Street were reported As had by washed and urgently in need of repair. On motion Eracli of the thoroughfares was referred to the committee on streets Aud Bridges for investigation it being authorized to order such repairs As May be found necessary. The following members were pres ent George Sec Liler Vastine Kern Mer Swank Patton Montgomery Gibson Aud Lloyd. The following Hills were approved for payment Borough department. Tax on City Hall. $114.00 regular employees. 82.50 labor and hauling 98,66 Edward Gorman. 12.30 Standard Gas co. 2.00 Standard electric Light co 451.60 John Albee. 1.50 b. B. Brown 9.05 Peter Kelly 15.48 h. K. Moore. 3.30 Washington Hose co. .40 Geo. W. Hendricks. 3.65 Job printing by Type the Otice of the furnished with a of Joli Letler and Tai Materia generally the publish announces to the Public that lie i prepared at Ai. neatest manner join printing fab kinds and n our i place your orders. The assessors of the election districts throughout the county have r. Turned their registry Hooks to tin county commissioners containing to lists of voters qualified to cast ballot at the fall election. The total num tier of voters in Montour county 3713, and in the four wards of Dan Villi there arc 2026 voters. The third Ward this City Lias 572, which is tin largest registration Anil the lowest Mayberry township which Lias 58. The assessors sat at the polls two Days 1 tuesday and wednesday tor tin purpose of registering the new voters and those who were omitted when tin original lists were made up. Aft adding the now names with reasons for their being put in at this time and the previous residence of new voters the assessors made their returns to the county commissioners. The following is the registration in each District of the county Danville Hirst Ward .,.�?~,t Danville second Ward 427 Danville third Ward 572 Danville fourth Ward 473 Mahoning township 378 Liberty township 256 Anthony township 241 Derry township 190 Valley township 180 Limestone township 154 West Hemlock township 96 Cooper township 8 Washingtonville Borough 61 May Berry township 53 total 3713. Death ends Long illness. Miss Minnie Bausili daughter of John Bausili died Early saturday morning after an illness of a year and a half. She was beloved by All who know her and leaves an aged father and sister mrs. Allgair to mourn her loss. Of a family of six miss Bausili was the youngest Anil the fifth to be claimed by death. Her Brothers John Leonard and Charles and sister mrs. Mary Sainsbury have All passed to the great beyond. The sorrowing father and sister Are the Only survivors of the family. Truly the hand of affliction has lain heavily on this household. During the weary months of her illness miss Bausch was a patient sufferer and was lovingly cared for by the sister who saw daily that the end was drawing nearer Aud that soon another would be taken from the broken family Circle. It was at 2.15 of clock saturday morning when the final summons came and the beloved one Sank into the Sweet sleep eternal. A column do after the a Nui sad news or ions of do Cifer was a Ami Charity he a i the funeral of miss Minnie Bausch was held from her late Home no. 109 water Street tuesday afternoon and the attendance was very Large. There were Many Beautiful vioral tributes among them being Large pieces from the choir of St. Johns German lutheran Church and from the members of the Church. For fifteen years miss Bausili was the organist of this Church. Tho services Wero conducted by Rev. Wesley Wouter and the pall bearers were George m. West William Black Edward Williams Edward Ellendogen William Lunger and s. A. Mccoy. The Placo of interment was in the Odd Fellows com Terv. Base Ball by the elks. We have had base Ball games and Tho finish in the american league is arousing a frenzy of enthusiasm Over Tho chances of the Philadelphia athletics to win the Pennant. But there is a game coming that will eclipse All Diamond events. It will he the Kolii Noor of the season Tho dazzling Ray supremo. And the nines that will make the event so auspicious Are from the Shamokin and Danville lodges of elks. The game is to he played at Dewitt spark on the afternoon of Friday sept. 19. The Shamokin elks have been playing throughout the Coal Region All summer Aud have won Many games. They have Defeated the Pottsville elks and have a return game scheduled which they also expect to win. On Friday evening after the game Here the Shamokin members will be royally entertained by the Danville Lodge Aud on saturday september 20, they will he the guests of the Bloomsburg Lodge. An operation performed. Or. Walter Drumheller returned Home last evening from Philadelphia. He went to that City tuesday with James million jr., who was suffer aug with appendicitis. An Oigt eni Tiou was performed on or. Mallet yesterday at St. Joseph s Hospital by three surgeons and it was found that his Case was very serious. The operation was successful and the patient will recover hut lie is still very weak. Wedding invitations issued. Invitations have been issued for the marriage of miss Katherine Elizabeth Shannon daughter of Joseph l. Shannon of South Danville and Walter Ernest Boyer of Philadelphia Sou of Keabee Boyer of this City. The ceremony will take place on wednesday september 17, at noon in St. Peters m. E. Church. South Danville and will be performed by the pastor Rev. Robert j. Allen. Ankle sprained by fall. Miss Gussio doctor sprained her left ankle saturday morning while walking 011 Mill Street. Several briefs Wero out of Tho pavement and she stepped in Tho depression causing her to All and twist the ankle. She will not he Able to walk on the injured foot for some time. George w , 1 illness was noted in tie parted this Lif. Shortly of noon Friday. Tim a a very Side elicited sex pro a regret for George w. May a 1m loved. Kindness were the ruling traits of his inflexibly just in All the Latios of a suspicion i right hand a alway a Panio Nable. His regard for the truth his consideration for others his genial manner and Nanny Nafur All to Oisin d to make him a Man among non owe who will b r. Only in his family Circle where be was dearly in loved hut also by tie Tiro Community in which in. A so Long a resident. George a. Pei for was Horn on a gust 31, he grew to manhood in Cooper township this county removing a it. Danville in 1878 Bonn two terms As county treasurer during his entire career was known As an Active and Public spirited citizen. In 1858 he was married to Mist Mary Cromley of Loop a township who survives along with five sons and three daughters As follows John to Pei for commissioners clerk this City Emma c. Mrs. Shoemaker of Middleboro by. Georg. W jr., and Lloyd f., of Wilk Sharre Aii it mrs. W. R. Paules Ella. Charlen e., and Clarence Of this City d and the funeral of the late George w. Infer which took place in this City monday afternoon was very largely attended attesting the popularity and the esteem in which the deceased was held. The services were conducted by Rev. Or. M. L. Shindel. Pastor of pin Street lutheran Church. A Quartetti was rendered by miss Mary i Nger mrs. J. H. Johnson j. W. Swartz and a. Mccoy j. T. Oberdorf officiating at the Organ. Tin Floral tributes were very numerous and Beautiful. The pall bearers were the five sous of tin deceased John a. George w. Lloyd Charles and Clarence Ami or w. R. Panics son in Law. Interment was made in Odd Fellows cemetery. Among those who attended the fun r a i from out of town were or. And mrs. John Peifer mrs. Kate Luchart. Mrs. Laura Walter mrs. Julia Ann Leibig. Miss Rebecca Leibig. Or. Ami mrs. William Kashner or. And or Daniel Kashner or. And mrs. Frank Kashner Joseph and Arthur Casline of Bloomsburg John Oberdorf. Mis. Rebecca Oberdorf or. And much aver Robert Cromley or. Washington Arnwine of Catawissa John Phillips of Mcewensville David Paules and son Luther of Marietta Hon. C. Ii Dickerman and j. A. Scott of Milton s. J. Whiteman of the firm of Whiteman amp Patterson Wilkes Arr Philip Moser and John Eckert of new Columbia a Alexander Billni Eyer Fanny Coddens and a Squire Kerswell of Washingtonville John Benfield. Or. And mrs. Clark Benfield Aud a Sociats judge Frank Blee of West Hemlock township. Foot Ball next month. With october will come tin foot Ball season which lasts until thanksgiving. While tin time devoted to tin sport is not so lengthy As that devoted to base Ball yet there is plenty of enthusiasm at All the contests to Mak the games full of interest. Danville will have a Good team composed Ltd a the boys of the High school. Candi dates arc now practising and tin Mak up of the eleven will be decided upon in a few Days. Games Are already being scheduled As far ahead As november. Tin Shu Mokin High school team is the fir-1 to get up a schedule in which Danville has two games. On november 1,Danville will play at Shamokin and on the following saturday november 8, Shamokin will in litre. Other games will be scheduled within the next few weeks. Hand caught by Belt. On Friday night Richard Wamp Ham a millwright at the structural tubing works had his left hand caught by a Belt crushing the first am second fingers. He was putting Tho Belt on a Pulley when his baud became fast and was carried round tin Pulley before he could release it he was Given surgical attention let or. Wintersteen. Left for the death of mrs. Lara Lyon. James Scarlet esq., Aud wife outline 18 15 Pennsylvania train Philadelphia yesterday to attend funeral of mrs. Clara Lyon which will take place in that City today the or Crasco 1 tin widow. F in g Lyon and with her was n former resident of i his cite ious to 1875 or. Lyon conducted 1 1 a a company St it i Money for sinking m or 9 representatives of the mine work Erst Union will be in tin City on a it inlay september Vej to collect fetid for the Aid of the striking miners and their families. Card of thanks. Or. John Bausch do sir to re Tum thanks to neighbors and friends for sympathy and court i s. To Ndu d during i Ber Carment incident to the death of his daughter. Miss Minnie Bausch

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