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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 13, 1900, Danville, PennsylvaniaMy stau Library. A for the Home the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will you to advertise in the american. $1 per vhf for or. Irving h. Jennings office hour 9 a. M. To 1-1 m 10i Mill st., 1 p. M to i p. A a Danville. A. Schvltz I it. 425 Mill st., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially d u. A. I. Angle dentists office 218 Mill Street. Teeth extracted without pain. Crown and Bridge work a specially. Equipped with the latest and most improved instruments and prepared to execute the most Dittie ult work. Or. C. H. Reynolds formerly of Catawissa. -��?�den1is1.�� office opposite Boston store Danville a dentistry in All its branches. Charge moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1893. Look out for fruit thieves. And this is september. Here Man bring in More ice water. Prof and mrs. Houser have taken rooms at the Home of mrs. 11. Angle Mill Street. Housewives Are Busy at their annual preserving. Two Hundred Miles of wire is being Strung through Schuylkill county by the new Schuylkill Telephone company. The various Coal dealers in town Are kept very Busy at present filling orders for the Winters Supply. John Dietz one of Mausdale a popular citizens wears a Broad smile. A bouncing baby boy arrived at Bis Home Mooday. This has been a great summer for family reunions. Landlord j. V. Gillaspy is making some extensive improvements to the front of his property. A depth of six feet has been Cut from the parlor affording room for a Large veranda. A plate Glass front will also arid to the appearance of the parlor. The ladies of the a m. E. Church will hold a festival at the Church next saturday evening. All Are invited. A coloured Man by the name of Jerry Sewall of Nanticoke attempted to jump on a Sunbury division freight train at Nescopeck tuesday night and was thrown under the wheels. He was so badly injured that he died a Short time afterwards. At the opening of the Northampton county court monday judge Scott declared in favor of severe sentences for the suppression of crime. Miss m. C. Madden will act As substitute teacher in the first Ward grammar school for a few Days in miss Sal lie mus Sel Naii s place. Jeweler Henry Rempe will open his new store in the Cross building Mill Street on oct., 1st. L. Kline has opened a hour and feed store at no. 5 Mill Street in the Gillaspy building. Baled Hay and Straw on hand. All orders will be delivered. The selection of the official Campaign tune has not been announced. A Blue and Gray a seems to be in the Lead with id i eave my Happy Home a a close Seco nil. The first fair of the Central Pennsylvania circuit will be held at Williamsport this week. Next week will come hug Leesville then Lewisburg the great Milton fair the first week in october and the Bloomsburg fair the week following. The organization of the Central Pennsylvania circuit last Spring has made the five fairs in the District work in co operation and its Good benefits cannot but be noticeable this fall. The weather Man seems to be trying to cheat the Oyster out of part of his season. The George Washington Kishel Home stud an old landmark along the Bloom Road in Mahoning twp., will be Ollerer at Public Sale on Friday afternoon at 2 of clock. The supper Given by the ladies of the a. M. K. Church last Friday evening was a great Success. Russell Howard of Washington . Arrived Here wheel a few Days ago to visit relatives. He is one of the auditors ill the War department and at one time he had charge of an Indian school at for Shaw Montana. He will remain Here for a few Days with his aunt mrs. 11. C. Wolle. The management of the Milton fail is making an extraordinary Effort this year to make every department better than it Ever was before. The fair proper the exhibits of Stock merchandise machinery farm and House Hoh i products fancy work etc., will be greater than at any previous exhibition. The typhoid fever epidemic at Catawissa has about died out. There is but one Case remaining. Quot Mother Jones who Lias been in the Coal regions for some time addressing i lie miners is about to organize the employees of the several shirt factories in Hazleton. Whether efforts will he successful or not remains to he seen. The girls Are Well satisfied with their work and wages and do not seem inclined to join a labor organization and he obliged to monthly dues. A a a Lilis coi try will never be entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own vol. La no by. Danville pa., thursday september 13. 1900. Established in 1855. Or. Stows of a Quantity of Gold last week. Dental thieves in this Section. A daring robbery was committed on Mill Street this City some time Between 4 p. M. Saturday sept. 1st. And 9 a. M. The following tuesday the facts concerning which were known Only to the local police authorities and to or. Jonathan Sweisfort the one to suffer the loss Umil Learned by an american reporter tuesday evening. Fearing no molestation or. Sweisfort never took the trouble to lock the outer door of his dental Parlours which Are located on the second floor of the Vincent building Corner of Mill and Mahoning streets but always took the precaution to lock the door to the inner office or operating room. On his return to the office on tuesday not having opened up on monday labor Day he was surprised to and that the inner door had been unlocked and was More so when on investigating he Learned that lie had been robbed of three bottles of Gold the value of which was Over $10. A number of valuable instruments and expensive dental material was close at hand and As these were left untouched or. Sweisfort is of the opinion that the burglar or burglars were scared Oil before completing their work. They left no clue by which to Trace them. Several evenings previous to this robbery the dental Parlours of or. K. Cressinger in Sunbury were entered and were relieved of valuable material. In Coal regions. Shamokin sept. 12, excitement was caused in this City tonight by a Telegram which was received by Geo. W. Hartline Secretary of the United Board of mine workers of this District announcing that a strike had been ordered. The Telegram to or. Hartline was As follows Indianapolis ind., sept. 12, 1900. George w. Hartline Secretary United mine workers Central Penna. District. All efforts to effect a peaceful settlement have failed. Strike order issued to night to take effect monday. Jons Mitchell president United mine workers association. W. B. Wilson. Secretary. Another sad Accident. Following close upon the report of the terrible death of Martin 1. Fisher in this City yesterday came the startling announcement that Clifton Fisher the 12-Vear-old son of or. And mrs. George w. F Isher of Baltimore md., and the Nephew of the late m. L. Fisher had accidentally shot himself in the Abdomen while playing with a Flobert Rifle and was not expected to live. The Accident occurred in Baltimore some time on tuesday. A. M. Peters an Uncle of the youth was notified of the occurrence by a letter which reached this City on the 10 17 mail wednesday morning. Or. Peters was making preparations to leave for Baltimore when he received a Telegram announcing that a successful operation had been performed on the unfortunate boy and that he was thought to he out of danger. Later reports Are expected today. T after reviewing the evidence in the fix murder Case yesterday the jury arrived at the following verdict Montour county s. S. We the jurors having been sworn by Justice j. P. Bare acting Coroner to inquire into the manner and causes resulting in the death of Martin l. Fisher do say upon our oath and affirmation from the evidence before us that m. L. Fisher came to his death from a Pistel wound inflicted by one Boyd Winter Steen about 10 30 a. In. On wednesday sept. 12th, on the Bennett farm in Mahoning township. An autumn wedding. Luvita ions have been issued for the marriage of miss Winifred Mayze new Baker daughter of or. I. C. Newbaker West Mahoning Street to j. Malcolm Laurie of Bellefonte for wednesday september 19th, at High noon at Saint Paul a methodist episcopal Church. The Rev. William Laurie i. L. L. D., of Bellefonte an Uncle of the Groom will perform the ceremony. Have made the returns. Clerk j. C. Peifer of the county commissioners office has been very Busy for several Days past receiving the books of the assessors who make the registration returns. It is not Likely that the registration will show much of an increase. Kindergarten school. The kindergarten school which miss Cora Kase will teach this Winter was opened on monday morning in the old Grove office building East Mahoning Street. The school room has been Well furnished and a most successful term is anticipated. New heating apparatus. A new steam heating apparatus costing $1000, will he placed in Christ memorial Church this fall. Danville May have a night school. The matter brought before school Board monday night. The school Board met in regular session monday night with the following members present Orth Green Lunger. Keefer Berger Black Fenstermacher Curry Harpel and president Fischer in the chair. On motion All coupons of Bonds that have been paid were ordered destroyed. On motion the finance committee was instructed to make a final settlement with the tax collector for 189s taxes. John Weaver who resides outside of the Borough limits appeared before Board asking for a rebate of $2.00 on the tuition which he paid last Pear for his souls attendance at school. Or. Weaver claimed that inasmuch As son was ill and could not attend school for sixty eight Days the Board should allow the rebate. The Board decided not to refund the Money. The question of opening a night school for those who Are unable to attend the regular Day sessions was brought to the boards attention by or. Ila pet. The matter was referred to the committee on teachers and Cert fio Tel. It was suggested that i he Secretary of the Board of health notify nil physicians to report contagious diseases to superintendent Lumier win. In turn should notify the teachers that All pupils residing in infected Hgt 11-es should he kept out of school until Given a clean Hill of health by their attending physician. This idea seemed to meet with the approval of the Board and it was carried. As an extra precaution against infection the Supply committee was ordered to Purchase Agate Are for use in the school rooms. On motion it was decided that All non resident pupils be excluded from the grammar and senior secondary schools in the first Ward and the senior secondary Grade in the third Ward As these schools have More than the usual allotment of pupils. They will be Given a Choice of the second or fourth Ward schools. The superintendent and the Transfer committee were Given Power to make the necessary changes and transfers in Over crowded schools. The following Bills were ordered paid Casper Dei Road. $29 97 Joseph Bechner. 20.90 Emerson Adams. 250.00 John p. Lester. 10 85 f Ranklin detweiler.75 tax collectors commission 173.57 Bead Iron co.75 Standard Gas co.60 Emory Schultz. 2.05 Adams express co.85 Kobert Miller. 7 75 c. H. Schmidt. 50.75 p. C. Murray. 11.73 John Albeck. 2.00 the Gem. 6.00 Curry amp Vannan. 8 00 i. Gross. 1.25 mrs. Daniel Kashner. 4.50 John Bruder. 2.40 Seidel amp Bausch. 9.69 j. R. Cole. 12.47 d. C. Williams. 4.50 George Hendricks. 4 50 John Edwards. 7.00 h. Rupp. 5.00 a. H. Grone. 181.11 reberts amp Meek. 165.26 j. L. Hamm Itco. 56.89 . Moore. 31.34 will g. Brown. 9 45 1 Martin l Fisher meets death at the hands tie late Martin l. Fisher. The late Martin l. Fisher the report of whose untimely death sent a shiver of horror combined with a thrill of pity through the breast of every citizen in this City yesterday when the details of it became fully known was bom in cat Alissa in 1851. When but a Young Man or. Fisher came to this City. He Learned the harness making Trade in the shop of George Bassett after which he embarked in business for himself running it successfully until about two years ago when he accepted the superintend ency of the j. R. Bennett farms. Or. Fisher was the eldest son of or. And mrs. Hamilton Fisher of Catawissa and a brother of or. George w. Fisher of Baltimore my. He was an Active member of st. Paul s m. E. Church Ami a almost invaluable help to that congregation. On several occasions he served As an officer of the Epworth league. At the time of his death he was a member of the Board of stewards and was Secretary of the missionary Board and was also an usher in the Church. Or. Fisher was prominent in Lodge circles being a member of Danville Lodge no. 224 f. And a. M. For the past 25 years and of Lotus conclave no. 127 improved order of Hept Sophs. A wife and one son Curry aged 19, survive him. The funeral will be held from his late residence 114 West Mahoning Street Friday afternoon at 3 o clock. Interment in the Odd Fellows cemetery. Another boat ride. The salvation army boat ride to Cli Ulasky saturday evening next promises to be Well attended. Special music will be provided and prof. Reese will preside at the Organ. Refreshments will be served on the boat. Tickets 10 cents a Quot a. Brief mention of the movement of your friends and acquaintances evening services at the Chapel. Regular sunday evening services will hereafter be held at Grace episcopal Chapel Riverside. A Lay Reader will have charge of the services. About to a. M. Yesterday the business Center of this City was startled with the word that Martin l. Fisher had been shot and killed while going his rounds of the Bennett farms by an employee who had been lately discharged. As or. Fisher had been seen on Mill Street but a Short time previously the report could hardly be believed but on arriving on the scene a morning news Man found it to he Correct in every terrible detail. The murdered Man covered with blood and already cold in death Lay on the farm House porch with the startled farm hands who had tenderly carried him there standing Over the body with an expectant and undecided expression covering their countenances. After a time they became communicative and gave the Story of the deed As far As they were acquainted with it. On last saturday morning Wintersteen had words with George b. Strouse the Boss Farmer Over a team he was to drive and when he was not permitted to have his own Way he left his work and imparted his grievances to superintendent Fisher. Not gaining satisfaction in that Quarter he became violent so much so that or. Fisher discharged him and paid him off. At that time Wintersteen made dire threats of vengeance As he did that night to some of the farm hands hut As he made no attempt to carry any of them out the importance of the occurrence was dimmed for the time being. Wintersteen was not to he foiled in revenge however and about to of clock yesterday morning he appeared at the Strouse farm and inquired for or. Strouse. He was told that Strouse was not there whereupon he left and started Down the p. Amp r. Railroad track which runs through the farm about 300 feet from the Wagon Road. In a few Mo-1 ments afterwards the farm hands who were about 150 Yards Distant were startled by the sound of a shot and upon looking in the direction from whence it came they saw a horse and buggy coming up the Road and a Man fleeing across the Fields in the direction of the Asylum. Though not positive but suspecting that something out of the Ordinary had happened Ivison Confer and Harry Brown ran toward the Road and stopped the horse just As it was about to break into a run. Supt. Fisher sat nearly upright in the buggy and still held the lines and the men were not aware of the horrible discovery they had made until Fisher uttered a moan when they noticed by the blood which began to Issue from his Mouth that he had been shot and was about to expire although almost partly sized with horror they lifted the body out and carried it to the Strouse farm House. From Here the authorities were notified by Telephone. After a time Squire Bare appeared and taking charge of the body Impan eled the following jury Charles e. Voris w. E. Young Thomas Vincent f. P. Johnson John l. Evans and r b. Diehl. After examining those of the farmhands who were on the grounds at the time the inquest was adjourned until 2 p. M. Yesterday when an autopsy was made by drs. Newbaker and Shultz in the undertaking rooms of Henrie Bros., where the body had been taken by the relatives after being released by the Coroner. The autopsy revealed the fact that death was caused by a Bullet which entered the body two inches below the left Arm pit fractured a rib passed through the left lung and lodged in the spinal column. A during All this time nothing had been Learned concerning the whereabouts of Wintersteen hut about noon sheriff Maiers was surprised by a Man accompanied by a a Reilly Watts who appeared at the jail and asked to he taken in saying that he a had just killed a in an interview at the jail Wintersteen said he had killed Fisher after a conversation with him and that he had intended killing himself hut that his nerve had failed. Mrs. George m. Gearhart is visiting daughter mrs. Fred Kirkendall in Wilkes Barre. Mrs. Fred Lehman of Youngstown of is visiting relatives in this City. Mrs. F. I lower is visiting relatives in Williamsport. Or. And mrs. F. M. Gotwald left tuesday for a trip to Wilmington del., Norristown and Philadelphia. Charles Moyer of Schuylkill Haven is visiting Nicholas Wilofer. Prof. R ii. Wilson is visiting friends in st. Clair. Mrs. Hugh Oliver is visiting friends in Wilkes Barre. Miss Helen Jameson of Berwick is visiting at the Jameson Homestead West Mahoning Street. Mrs. John Tooley and daughter Dorothy Are spending a few weeks at eagles Mere. Mrs. Ii. C. Taylor of Audenried is visiting sister mrs. P. C. Newbaker West Mahoning Street. Mrs. Harry Fry called on Bloomsburg friends yesterday. E. Moore made a business trip to Scranton yesterday. John Spotts jr., of Riverside made a business trip to Bloomsburg yesterday. Mrs. Peter Winters is visiting friends in Sunbury. John Fry Singer of near Catawissa transacted business in this City yester Jay. Or. And mrs. 8. Mcclure left yesterday for a trip to Philadelphia. Miss Kate Mellon returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit with relatives in this City. The Kiev. Ezra Yocum and Rev. Or. S. C. Swallow of Harrisburg presiding elder w. W. Evans and the Rev. Lilac of Lewisburg attended the funeral of mrs. G. H. I a in Riverside yesterday. Arthur Sloop left last evening for Carlisle to attend Dickinson College. He will enter the Junior class. Frank Sli armless and Willard Vastine of Catawissa were in this City yesterday. Frank Mcclellan of Bloomsburg was in this City yesterday. Mrs. G. H. Mullen returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit with mrs. James Scarlet Mill Street. Howard Clark of South Danville left yesterday for state College. Janies Scarlet esq., is transacting business in Philadelphia. 11. B. Neff of Sunbury was a visitor to this City yesterday. Luther Linker returned to Williamsport yesterday after a visit with his father John Linker West Mahoning Street. Julia Hagenbuch returned to West Milton yesterday after a visit at the Home of Christian Laubach Mill Street. Mrs. Mary Kline and mrs. Hannah Shultz left yesterday for Atrip to Atlantic City. George b. Markle of Hazleton was a business visitor in this City yesterday. William Kase West esq., made a professional trip to Sunbury yesterday. The Rev. James Lyuber returned from a trip to Lancaster yesterday. Mrs. George Ricketts returned last evening from a trip to Chicago and the West. Miss Rosa Koch has returned from an extended visit in Philadelphia and will reopen dressmaking establishment on Cross st. Or. And mrs. F. M. Cottell of Woodbury J., Are visiting mrs. Cottello a sister mrs. G. S. Hunt West Mahoning Street. James Mallen returned from Philadelphia last evening. Charles Pursel is visiting friends in Buckhorn. Mrs. Charles Mains of Plymouth is a guest at the Home of councilman Adios Vastine West Market Street. Law student Harry Bare returned monday evening from a pleasant trip which took in Norristown Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Mrs. Henry Lamers of Richmond ky., arrived in town tuesday for a visit at the Home of brother e. Swartz Miller Church Street. Mrs. Earners was accompanied by daughter miss Eva. Mrs. John Evans who has been visiting father Charles Deitz East Market Street left tuesday for Home in Toyah Texas. Hon. And mrs. W. K. Holloway and daughter miss Mary returned tuesday from Winola where they spent the last two months at their summer Home. Messes. Charles and Benjamin Barndt of Catawissa were visitors to this City tuesday David Thomas made a business trip to Scranton tuesday in the interest of the Reading Iron co. Mrs. Gertrude Ellis of Philadelphia is visiting relatives in this City. Or. And mrs. W. S. Craig of Cumberland md., Are visiting relatives in this City. Mrs. Fred Lio Weand or. And mrs. F. W. Lio Weand their guest mrs. O. Sheppard of Scranton were guests tuesday at the Home of or John Loch mail in Catawissa. Farmers association organizing. In Montour county. A meeting held last saturday. Or. K. Murray issued a Call several weeks ago to the Farmers of Montour county to meet at California Grange Hall on saturday sept. 8, at 2 p. M. For the purpose of forming an agricultural and horticultural society to Advance the interests of the Farmers of this county. The matter was doubtless not Well understood As Bat few attended. The meeting was called to order and on motion or. Murray was elected president and w. Steinbach Secretary. After some discussion it was thought Best to let the organization remain temporary until the first monday in december when another meeting will be called at the same place when it is hoped that the subject will be better understood and More interest aroused and a better attendance realized. Organizations similar to this have been formed in several counties in this state and Are doing much Good. Meetings Are held at different times during the year and leading topics along agricultural lines Are ably discussed by practical men. These societies Aid the manager of the Farmers Institute which is held in every county in Pennsylvania and which is doing a Good work for the Farmers of the old a Keystone or. Murray is deserving of Strong support in this Effort for he has Laboured hard to raise the Farmers Institute to its present High standing in this county. There seems to be no better Way of educating the Farmer than by holding Farmer s meetings where Farmers questions can be discussed by practical men. Let there be a grand rally of the Farmers and let As Many As can attend the december meeting. Death of m 01 Dat. In the death of Sarah n., wife of the Rev. G. H. Day which occurred monday morning at 9 of clock after an illness of seven months this Community loses a most charitable and lovable woman. Patient and kindly with All she made Many friends in Riverside and Danville. During life she was identified with Church work not Only at Saint Peters Church in South Danville where she so often worshipped but at Many towns in Central Pennsylvania in which husband had so Well Laboured for the master for More than fifty years. Mrs. Day was 76 years of age. Most of relatives live in Pike county. She was the granddaughter of judge Broad head and Uncle was sex. U. S. Senator Richard county. Other relatives Are some of the most prominent families of that Section of the state. In the fall of 1893 or. And mrs. Day celebrated their Golden wedding. Deceased is survived by husband the Rev. G. H. Day and a grandson Robert Day of Sunbury. The funeral occurred wednesday afternoon at 2.30 o clock. Services was conducted at the family residence by presiding elder the Rev. Or. Evans. Interment in it. Vernon cemetery. Charged with murderous assault. Charged with committing a inn Der Ous assault on the person of George w. Owens Stanley m. Sheffer was arrested in this City last evening and placed in the Donn to jail awaiting the arrival of the Williamsport chief of police in which City it is claimed the assault occurred. Both men Are residents of Williamsport. Last week during an altercation Between them. Sheffer assaulted Owens by striking him on the head with a Hammer. Sheffer disappeared immediately afterwards and was lost sight of by the police until last night when the local authorities located him in this City where he has been a visitor for a Short time. When his identity was discovered a warrant was secured from Williamsport and was served about 8 of clock last night by Constable Young and policeman Voris. Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing fall kinds and desorption. Get our prices before placing your orders. All pavements to he repaired. By Danville property holders. So decided by Council monday night. A meeting of Council was held monday evening with the following members present president Keminer messes. Vastine Fetterman Goldsmith Jones Amesbury and Brandt. A communication was read from the Board of health relative to the present condition of the Alley leading West of Mill Street Between to Swentek properties also the unhealthy condition of Mahoning Creek Between the dam and the works of the Reading Iron company. A committee of citizens from to third Ward in the Vicinity of West Centre Street presented a communication asking Council to take some action regarding the unhealthy condition of Mahoning Creek. W. Baldy esq., attorney for John c. Moyer and wife Sarah c. Moyer presented a communication asking Council to take immediate Steps toward some remedy for the unhealthy condition of the Alley leading West from Mill Street Between the Swentek properties. The a healthiness of this Alley it was said has caused sickness in that locality. The communication further stated that unless Council compensated or. And mrs. Moyer for loss of health and the damage which the hotel business has sustained the matter will be taken to court. On motion the Street commissioner was instructed to note All pavements in need of repairs and hand a list of the names of such property owners to the Borough solicitor who will notify them to repair the same at once according to the Borough ordinance. The ordinance repealing former Ordin-ance8, empowering the water commissioners to make appointments fix salaries and regulate the term of office of employees of the water department of the Borough of Danville passed second Reading. The attention of Council was called to the condition of the gutters in the Vicinity of Cherry and Centre streets and on motion the matter was referred to the committee on streets and Bridges for investigation. A communication from w. Baldy esq., attorney forr. H. Woolley questioning the right of Council to trim Trees without the consent of property owners was on motion referred to the Borough solicitor for consideration. Samuel Trumbower of the firm of Trumbower a Werkheiser appeared before Council asking that Joseph Smith be granted a permit to build a Frame addition to the rear of his property on Mill Street. On motion the Sains was granted. On motion of or. Vastine Secretary Mccoy was empowered to Transfer the lease of the room in basement of City Hall from David b. Jones to Edward g. Roat. After the following Bills had been passed Council went into executive session and it is Likely some action was taken in regard to the several communications which had been presented at the meeting. Borough department. 8-50 Street work. 48.63 Trumbower amp Werkheiser 17.85 d. C. Williams. 1 00 b. B. Brown. 15.00 Boyer Bros. 3.75 Standard electric Light co 464.52 Standard Gas co. 2.20 John l. Russell.75 Joseph Lechner. 8 011 h. E. Ellenbogen. 0-72 water department. Labor. S. A. Mccoy. 20 00 Frank Schram. Reading Iron co. A. C. Amesbury. Trumbower amp Werkheiser. Albright son amp co. C. Williams. P. A k. Freight. Standard Gas co. H. Cole. Jos. Lechner. Bedea Hulsizer nuptials. Or. George Bede and miss Lara Hul Sizer were the contracting parties in a quiet Little wedding ceremony which was performed by the Rev. A. B. Bowser in the parlor of the parsonage of the first Baptist Church at 9 of clock tuesday evening. Miss Lizzie Lovett attended the Bride and or. Llaves Bedea brother of the Groom acted in the capacity of Best Man. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Bedea borne East front Street which was attended by the families of the Young couple and a number of friends. The Bride is a charming Young lady and the Groom has a Host of friends in this City and is one of our thriving business men. Or. And mrs. Bedea will reside at 702 front Street for a time pre Vious to starting to housekeeping. Another Rich discovery. The recent discovery of Silver Ore on the farm of Simon slaves in Cleveland township Columbia county which an analysis showed to be Worth $14.43 per ton has been eclipsed by a More important discovery. An assay of Ore taken from the same ledge it is said shows 02.45 ounces of Silver to the ton Mak ing the Ore Worth $32.47 per ton. Nearing completion. The line new dwellings on Church Street belonging to George Edmondson Are nearing completion. 2.95 95.91 9.54 14.29 2.20 .45 5.40 30.57 5.59 a night school for Riverside. Between the 1st and the 15th of october a night school conducted by e. Coxe principal of the Riverside schools will be opened in the Riverside school House. Those wishing to attend Oan consult with or. Coxe As to the arrangements and other particulars such As the studies they Are desirous of taking up and the tuition. An autum Outing. An Outing will be held at the Home of w. T. Suter Riverside saturday afternoon and evening under the auspices of Trinity m. E. Church. Hacks will run Between the hours of 2 and 10 p. M. Round trip adults 15 cents children 10 cents. Refreshments including ice Cream cake sandwiches and Coffee will be served on the grounds. All Are cordially invited to be present. River the River Bridge is being thoroughly overhauled and repaired. A new Stringer is being placed Between the South Danville terminal and the first pier. The nuts and bolts will All be tightened an.1 new timbers will be used where necessary. The Entrance on this Side is being raised and properly graded. Washingtonville Defeated. A team composed of Danville Mausdale players and Defeated the Washingtonville base Ball club by a score of 6 to 4 on saturday afternoon at Mausdale. It was an exciting game and was witnessed by a Large crowd

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