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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 15, 1904, Danville, PennsylvaniaThe circulation it it a this paper is increasing rapidly it will pay you to advertise in the american subscription nor do. Levind h. In mantis Den l 1st- office hours 9 a. M to 11 m a Quot i Mill to. I p. To i p. M i Rill a. J l Shi i.t/, 425 Mill St., in Diabase if the Stoin Hli. Met spec Salt a this country will nov la he entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own vol. 49--no j7. Danille. A. Thursday Seive Muer 15 umm. Established in 1855 i. W i. A a dentist office 218 Iii Street. A Etui extracted without i Crown mini i Redue work i specially. Ekii1pi>� Ltd Vitiz if i it a Tel n owl improved instruments annl in. A u. I it to execute the most Tell Lisull work. In. C. 11. A synolds a dentist. 2sk m in m., Janville a. In nil its Branch a. vi11<i Rall a a it a work Ina Ranferd Rwy i i Hhd a news. Rainy season plenty of mini untre. Samii r is waning. Straw lists Aro being called in. A tank comes before the autumn leaven making cider an 1 boiling Applehunt ter is quite a business at present. Hie Bast Kihn Defeated the Young timers by a score of 7 to 4 at the Brick Yard grounds 011 Stan Day. Most Polit rians retire but wind the alarm old it k every night. Our old Fri ill sir Thomas Lipson a coming again you Are always Welcome sir la Nomas. The american peo ple admit your spunk. We can All Acen plish something a even if it is Only to Supply the neigh a Bora with gossip. Just watch and see if the press agent of the world s fair does not Send out a Story in a Day or two of a Man who walked on his hands from new York a o St. Louis to win a but. One thing about cigarettes is that Aliey Nev r prolong a Man s life to a doddering old age and make him a Bardan 0.1 his Gravit . That oven presidential tickets in Theofleld to it i s year Are Roosevelt and fair thanks he publican. Parker and Davis a democratic Swallow and Fairoll prohibition Watson and tabbies populist Corrigan and Cox socialist a labor Debs and Hanford socialist Scott and Payue negro Liberty. The Pound. K. K. Company Iiah placed in its Yards from it. Carmel �,0 son Bury a Complete outfit of first Aid to the air fed supplier and a portable Stretcher prompt use in Rase of Accident. A fatal disease a. Broken out among the hogs in the vie in. To of Milf Oil and a Large number have d. Cd within the a at two weeks. Sunday sept min r 25th f Lias been lire Day set aside for the cel bration of the w Iping oof of the Church debt of the K. Church of Bloomsburg. Water is becoming scarce at slip Ryokin collieries and firemen of the boiler houses have been notified to be very sparing in its Ose. The world is becoming horrified at the Slaughter in the Par last hot no Yiove is being made to put an end to it the executive committee of Susquehanna university.011 monday elect of the present treasurer Ira c school of Selins Tovo solicitor for a proposed $1,000,000 endowment fund a us general fild secret iry. C. L Pensyl of room Borg is the owner of two Hundred of the finest Buff chickens that can be found in hie state. Chestnuts and somewhat late this year the crop will Law a Good one. The Trees All Over the mountains ure loaded Down with Burk. It is a very cold d to when the Hoard of Trade of Willi uns Purt does not Send ont something booming its City it. Thoroughly believes in advertising. Other like bodies should do the same. If the weather proves favourable a loess hand tomorrow evening will give an open air concert at South Danville. The music will he rendered opposite the depot. A matter of health &akin0 powder absolutely pure has to substitute Wing blocks being Many Bills Dkl i agreeably to the announcement made in our last Issue the first Brick was Laid on Mill Street monday. As was thoroughly appropriate this the crowning feature of i in whole process of Pavig sva nut without its spectacular feature and the first paving Block was placed in position by miss Helen mag Iii. Daughter of k. D. Magill and a representative of one of the oldest families of the town. The entire Forenoon was spent in getting things in readiness. By one of clock a crowd began to assemble As by this time it began to be whispered about that the he ginning of the work was to be attended with some formal i Ity although it seemed impossible to learn who was to have the Honor of laying tie first Brick. Nearly an hour was spent in potting 011 the course of Sand. This in itself was a new Branch of the work and was looked upon with interest especially when the wide a Crown boards was brought into play to plane off the Sand. By two of clock there were soveral Hundred people present among whom was will g. Brown with his camera waiting to get a snap shot of the first Brick being Laid. It was a Little after two when everything was in readiness. Up to the last moment few indeed had any idea who was to Lay the first Brick although it was generally con coiled that it was to be a woman. All doubts were put to rest however when miss Helen Magill was escorted through the densely packed crowd to a Point West of the trolley track on Mill Street slightly North of Mahoning Street where the coarse of Sand began. The Young lady s part was soon placed she was handed a Brick which she took in her own hands and under instruction placed it in the Sand where it is to hear the Burden of Tiafilo daring another and probably a brighter Era of Danville a history. The first Brick in position miss my Gill gracefully retired while a storm of applause burst from the several Hundred people assembled. There was something thoroughly meet in the proceedings. A Street paving is one of tie most marked improvements in Danville a history so miss Magill is the great Groat grand daughter of general William Montgomery the founder of Danville and the great grind daughter of Daniel Montgomery for whom the town was named. An Early morning wedding. The marriage of miss Jaue Lloyd and William j. Williams of this City was solemnized in Christ episcopal Church at 7 of clock yesterday morning. Rev. Edward Haughton Rector of the Church officiating. There were some Nice Floral decorations but the wedding was a very simple affair witnessed Only by a Small Asse Mable of the More intimate friends of the Young couple. Or. And mrs. Williams left on the 7 55 p. Amp r. Train for a trip to Philadelphia and new York the Bride is a popular and Well known Young lady of this City. The Groom is a clerk in the local Post office and has Many friends among our business people. He is organist at Christ episcopal Church and is will known in musical circles. Returning from their wedding trip or. And mrs. Williams will take up their residence on West Market Street. Raising Ottoa from the seed. Daniel Ross water Street Lias quite a curiosity in the form of a Cotton a Lant which is in Blossom and is growing nicely. A few months ago 0�car Mellis received a Small Quantity of raw Cotton by mail from a Friend who lives in Tho co ton growing Bolt Oscar extracted the seeds and presen Tot 1 a couple of them to Daniel Ross who merely As an Experiment planted them. To his Surprise they sprouted and one of them notwithstanding that it was far out of its latitude began to grow nicely. It is now nearly a foot High bearing some resemblance to a a a talk of Back wheat. It bears a Blossom which looks a Good Deal like a a logwood Flower Daniel is watching his Plant with a Good Deal of curiosity to see some sign of Cotton developing. Bad Hill will i sap a. One of Tho most pal path improvements made by the ree obstruction of the Road to May Ellale under the act of 19011, in the cutting Down of the had Hill at the Western extremity of the old fair ground. The Long Cut at that Point has been souk about three feet and it will have to go Down about a foot deeper the ground excavated is being carted just beyond the cat where it is used in filling tip the Road bed. The effect when the Road is finished will he to almost entirely abolish the Lull at that Point or at least to substitute for it an easy if a longer Grade. One by one the advantages of the state Highway become apparent As the work progresses and the method of construction is understood. The school Board held a regular meeting monday. The session was a lengthy one although beyond Tho paying of a Large number of Hills including those for the years supplies Tho volume of business transacted was not very Large. Borough superintendent Gordy made a request for an additional typewriter for the commercial department of the High school. I11 All he said there Are thirty nine pupils taking lessons on the typewriter. The four machines in Ose accommodate ouly thirty two pupils Tho excess of seven pupils being obliged to take their lessons before school in the morning or during intermission. It was the sense of the Board that nothing in Tho Way of facilities should to omitted that might he needed to secure tie very Best of results and 011 motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that another Remington typewriter be purchased. On motion of or. Greene Lio Secretary was instructed to Purchase two recitation benches for use in Tho fourth Ward schools. Borough superintendent Gordy reported that the number of non resident pupils is thirty nine and that the amount of tuition paid in is f581.75. Superintendent Gordy also reported that lie had visited All the schools and had Given Especial attention to the Quality of work done by the new teachers. He was satisfied he said that the school Board had made no mistake in its Choice of teachers for the several vacancies. To was especially pleased with Tho work done in Tho commercial department while each of the new teachers give evidence of strength and Are already accomplishing Tine results. Of motion the Secretary was instructed to Purchase a Tohle tor miss Fry a room 111 the fourth Ward. On motion if was ordered that 2000 monthly report cards by printed. Tames Hubert Leeloy representing Bridge Iuan a historical school maps appeared before the Board and exhibited his a erics of for maps. The members wore much interested in the maps which possess Many Fine features. Tho directors did not wish to act hastily in deciding whether or not to adopt the series and the matter was loft in the hands of the Supply committee to report at the next meeting. In considering Bills Oue or More was refused payment presented by janitors which included time for cleaning gutters. If was tie sense of the Board Tomt cleaning gutters is included in Tho janitors regular duties and does not command extra pay. It should he done during the school term on saturdays or at cute rivals Between other work while the schools Are in session. The following members were in their places or. H arpe i Orth Greene Burns Pursel Haring , Adams Jacobs and wer Kleiser. The following Bills were approved for payment William Aten Casper Diseroad morning news. O. M. Leniger. Book govern amp a Well i ver hardware co esterbrook steel mfg. Co a. H. Grone Standard Gas co. Thomas a. Schott. Practical text Book co Ginn amp co. Maynard Merrill left co Thompson Brown amp co s. M. Trumbower. D. Appleton amp co. C. W. Eggert e. E. Shultz Danville stove amp mfg. Co t. W. Hale. Ezra Haas. E k. Pensyl. D. C. Williams. John Hixson. Mrs. Rebecca Lovett Reading Iron co Washington Hose co Martin Sintori mrs. Kennedy. S. W. Arms. American Book to e. W. Peters 7.50 .00. 10 86.90 141.ik 88.15 9.57 10.50 .25 845.80 25.00 16.96 25 65 16.00 89.81 53.90 3.25 18.40 7.65 15.00 .50 13.75 42.25 43.79 5.00 1.00 2.85 1.00 1.00 5.77 214.64 190.80 where ouch Man thrive. Thomas Sanders East front Street r is d a lug crop of cucumbers in his g or l 11 this summer. From a Little Patch less than fifteen feet Square he Lias gathered 8000 in cml it ers. They crowded each other on the vines forming immense clusters. I. Sanders left a Hunch in this office yesterday 111 which eleven encumber were growing together. Foundry Breaks All records. The foundry connected with Tho Danville stove works yesterday probably broke the record in the Way of heavy heats. The amount of Iron run was 41,000 pounds. On monday the heat was 42,000 pounds. The oldest employees in the foundry Systo that they have no ree collection of Ever running a heat exceeding that of yesterday. If was brought about by the fact that the moulders were All every floor in the foundry. Tho Danville stove works is one of on busiest industries and the aggregate of time lost in the nurse of a year is Small indeed. New houses. The three new houses being boil by George Edmondson on East Market Street Are rapidly approaching completion they show up very nicely indeed under their new paint and Are quite an attraction on a spot where before were Only a nest of weather beaten and dilapidated buildings. If is evident that All ilm improvements in the Borough Are not confined to Milt remove to miss Mary j. Wetzel librarian at Tho gliomas Beaver Freo Library Lias practically severed her connection with that institution and will remove to Philadelphia. Miss Wetzel was chosen As librarian when the Thomas Beaver free Library was first thrown open to the Public and she has been in charge until the present month when the resignation which she tendered last summer went into effect. Some formality yet remains to be complied with before miss Wetzels resignation can be accepted. Meanwhile she has been granted an indefinite leave of absence by the trustees. Miss Wetzel has filled the difficult and at times trying position of librarian most acceptably to All classes of patrons. Few persons Are so Well adapted by nature for such a position. Whatever the Fantore of the Thomas Beaver Freo Library May to its hundreds of patrons will always have canse to kindly remember its first librarian whose signal ability and whose Courtesy of Mauner through so Many years added to the general Efficacy of the Noble institution and made a trip to the Library for the Exchange of books an errand of real pleasure. Miss Wetzel on retiring has appointed her piece miss Mary a. Wetzel As her successor for the present. Tho last named Young lady has been assistant librarian for porno years past. She is thoroughly familiar with the duties and is Well adapted tor the position. Miss Wetzel the retiring librarian and her Mother mrs. C. S. Wetzel will remove to Fhil Adolphia where they will take up their residence with miss Bertha Wetzel. The two indies will leave Danville in a week or sobe first victim of season. Blaine Hoffman Nineteen years old was so seriously injured in the first football game of the season at Lykens saturday that lie did sunday afternoon. Young Hoffman who is a son of John Hoffman participated in a game which was played by two elevens from that place at the local Pirk. To was Given the Hall and started Down Tho Field for a touchdown when he was tackled by a member of the opposing team and immediately Tho remaining Mem hours of both elevens were mixed up in a straggling mass. It was in this scrimmage that Young Hoffman was Hurt and when Tho mass of Aims legs Aud Bod ios had been untangled lie Lay prostrate on the ground. After some time to revived and it was thought that he was but slightly injured. He did not Continuo in the game however but was Able to walk Home after the contest with the Aid of several of his Fellows. Upon arriving Home he was seized with excruciating pains hut still his injuries were not considered of a serious nature. The pains continued and a physician after a diagnosis of the boys hurts discovered that he had been internally injured. Hoffman gradually grew worse and died at three of clock sunday after upon. A site for the scale. The weigh Scales which Are to be removed from Mill Street in All probability will be installed just West of j. B. Gearhart a store Bloom Street on the disused Alley recently vacated by Resolution of Council. Every Oue seems glad that the old Scales Are to a removed from Mill Street. At the same time they Are a Public necessity Aud no More snit Ablo and convenient site can to found for them than the Oue at or. Gearhart a Storo which Sciug open at Eracli Side will make it possible to drive 011 Tho Scales either Way and to leave by a convenient thoroughfare without any backing around or turning. The old Scales have been an institution on Mill Street for very Many years. Few of our oldest residents can remember Back to a time when they were not there. The consensus of opinion seems to he that they were built Early ill the 40�?Ts. The removal of Tho Scales will take place at a very Early Day probably next week in order to have Mill Street Clear for paving at that Point. Or. Beeber Vastine of Lewis arg spout sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Amos Vastine West Market Street. W. A. M. Grier of Brooklyn n. Y., is visiting his brother i. X. Grier esq., Bloom Street. George Steinbrenner of spent sunday in this City. Miss Jennie Aten rent Rod from a edit at Wyoming yesterday. George Rossman transacted business in Sunbury yesterday. W. K. Fleck returned to Selinsgrove yesterday after a visit with George k. Fox Cherry Street. Or. And mrs. Charles Baldwin of Berwick visited friends in this City yesterday. Miss White representative of Tho red Star stamp company at blooms Burg spent yesterday in Danville. Mrs. Ferry Deen returned from a visit at Shawanese Luzerne comity yesterday. C. V. A Ramerman esq., transacted business in Bloomsburg yesterday. D. R. Saltzman of Bloomsburg was a visitor in this City yesterday. William d. Faust of Mooresburg left yesterday for St. Louis to. 13ssi mrs. James Burke returned to Sha Monkin yesterday after a visit with friends in this City. William Vastine of Catawissa transacted business in this City yesterday. William porn Eisou of Catawissa was a visitor in Danville yesterday. Jacob Geist of Philadelphia is visiting relatives in this City. John Conway of Klo Ginsborg transacted business in Danville yesterday. Thomas Pritchard was in Catawissa yesterday. Miss Laura pock of Philadelphia is visiting miss Pauline Farnsworth this City. Miss Margaret Hullihen is visiting friends at Sunbury. Or. And mrs. Edward Sayre Gearhart have returned from a trip to St. Louis to. Piano dealer c. F. Dar Row of Bloomsburg was a visitor in Danville yesterday. Miss Mary Vannorstrand has returned from a visit with relatives in Brooklyn. Frank Colley of Bloomsburg was in Danville yesterday. A j. Longcr transacted business in Sunbury yesterday. Miss Alice Buck of Light Street is visiting friends in this City. Thomas Curry visited relatives in Sunbury yesterday. Edward Doran left yesterday for a visit in Wilkes Barre. A course of Iron Stone. Mill Street As is Well known at one time was 011 the level with blizzards run Ami during the Many years which the process of filling up was in Progress All ports of material were used in constructing the Street. At some places it is said that cart loads of hot cinder were dumped in the Low places. It was generally Bali oved therefore that excavating for paving Between the canal and the weigh Scales would prove a difficult proposition. So far As the work has gone however it is found that cinder and the like lies at a considerable depth Ami that about the Only kind of material to he removed to make room for paving is the course of Iron Stone which was last applied beneath the Iron Stone is a coarse of Clayey material or shale hauled in from the gravel Hank North of the Borough. We Randy hear of a fatal Railroad Accident in England or on the continent of Europe hut scarcely a Day passes without a Small up with some killed and mangled on some american Railroad perhaps this is because we Are so lenient with those to whose fault the accidents Are due. Lucrete mixer started. The heavy Rains of yesterday morning and afternoon caused quite a Holdup of work on the several improvements under Way. Bat four hours work was done 011 the River Bridge during this time the steam concerto mixer set up the Day before was started up Aud before it was obliged to shut Down it had turned out a Large Quantity of Concrete. This novel machine is the first of its kind Ever seen in this locality Aud affords a Fine object lesson to show to what extent modern machinery May be employed. The crushed Stone Cement Aud other ingredients in proper proportion Are shovelled into the a a mixer a and the co Crete ready for use issues from another part of the machine. It is caught in a Large ladle which when full is swung by the steam Derrick Over upon the truck which is run Over the trestle aug out to the first pier. Bouc was placed in position tor Tho Bottom course of the new pier on tuesday and yesterday the Interior was filled with Concrete so that the first course May to said to to completed. The laying of Brick was resumed on Tho upper portion of Mill Street yesterday morning while below the canal several teams were Busy hauling away the ground which had been ploughed Loose tuesday afternoon. At noon it lie Gan to rain heavily and the contractor was obliged to discontinue All work. Nothing whatever was done on the state Highway yesterday owing to the rain. Work was also practically tied up on the trolley line All hands being Idle with Tho exception of a few employed about the Power House. Two years in Mexico. Or and mrs. Harry r. Stoe Sof donation Mexico arrived in this City yesterday for a visit with mrs. Stoesz Mother mrs. Anna Johnson Walnut Street. Or. And mrs. Stees have Boon living in cananea for two years. They give a very interesting description of the place which is a City of some 20,000 population at least 15,000 of the inhabitants being americans. The City is in the heart of the great mining Section and is situated among the mountains at an Elevation of about five thousand feet. People from the United states therefore find living conditions in in Ananea about Tho same As in this country or. And mrs. Stees left cananea thursday of list week on tuesday arriving at Bloomsburg or. Steese former Home. Inspect the Fine line of fall goods in our . E. Yin town g. E. Yorks Secretary of the Serrano Gold and Hopper minion go., of which i. X. Grier of this City is Myron Lowe of Lime Ridge treasurer paid this City a visit yes Torday in the interests of the above company. Or. Yorks Lias lost none of his old enthusiasm As he discourses on the future of the Serrano mines which Are located in Mexico. He is More firmly convinced than Over that the mince Are destined to become famous among the world s largest Copper producers. Apropos to or. York by Rosy View might be cited an article on the a Gan Anea Gamp Quot in which Tho Serrano mines Are located printed in the a Wall Street journal of August 2fi. The article reads l. Lindsey prominent in mining circles who was the Pioneer in developing the cananea Camp in Mexico now made famous by the Greene consolidated Copper co., is in Boston. Or. Lindsey Lias just sold to the Phelps Dodge Copper interests control of the Indiana amp see Ora go. In the Center of the cananea Copper Belt in which Sale Over 11,000,000 is involved. The property was acquired in the same of the Hopper Queen go. Or. Lindsey says a i believe that the cananea Camp is destined to become Oue of the largest producers of Copper in the world. It was Only five years ago that the Greene company began operations Aud it is today the third largest Copper producer in the world torning out about 00,000,000 pounds of Copper per annul and it will probably soon be the second largest or. Yorks has a very interesting photographic View of the Greene you solid Atod mines in his Possession show ing the exact location of the Indiana amp Sonora mines just sold to the Phelps Dodge interests for such a fabulous sum. The photograph also shows the exact location of the Serrano Gold and Hopper mining goes mines which Are a part of the same group and lie within a Short radius of the most valuable mines in the Camp. Spams american War veterans. The twelfth regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer association of the Spanish american War will hold its second an dual reunion at Milton saturday oct oboe 29th. The committee of arrangements Are very anxious to make the event a grand Success Aud they ask the Hearty co operation of the Danville members of the association. At the reunion held at Williamsport last year Herbert Dreifuss William Bussell and Jacob Strausner of company f were appointed As a committee to look after the interests of the association in Danville securing new members a fee. The members of company f in addition to the committee of Tillee above named who have joined the association Are major c. P. Gearhart Reinhart of Blossom Danville or. E. L. Davis of Berwick and w. B. Crawford of Jaminal. The committee of arrangements is composed of the following b. B. Gannon w. H. Straub h. W. Chamberlin Joseph d. Nicholas h. H. Harris and Harry e. Davis. The committee from company f is asked per squally not ouly to look after the members belonging to the association urging their attendance at the coming reunion but also to Hunt up the men who have not As yet joined and urge Thorn to be present at Milton on october 29th, prepared to hand in an application for membership. May install electric Light. A Rise in the River More or less marked is looked Forward to As the result of the rain yesterday. Nothing would be More Welcome to the ferry Meu. As things stand now it is almost impossible to make a trip across the River without the Flat boat getting fast upon a Rock Aud causing a Long delay. Even the naphtha launches went out of commission yesterday owing to the Low water. Unless the River takes a Rise the county commissioners will blast Oue of the Large rocks which lies in the of the ferry and causes Tho most trouble. Tho county commissioners at their next meowing will also in All probability decide to install electric Light at the Landing on Tho South Side. Some Bighorn. Probably the largest corp Ever raised ill Montour of duty was grown this Sumiller by George stranger 011 John r. Benet to a farm. Tie common run of ears Are considerably Over one foot in length. Two of the larger ears were sent into this office yesterday and they measured respectively fifteen and sixteen inc Hes in length. They Are of Tho a eight Row yellow variety Aud Are perfectly formed the full number of grains being present Aud nil Well formed Secretary Bard resigns. The Many friends of s. M. Bard state Secretary of the Young menus Christian association will undoubtedly he surprised to learn that to has resigned his position and will move to Wilk Sbarro. Or. Bard Lias held this position for a number of years and has made a very off Lieut officer Aud under his administration the association has made wonderful Progress. His successor has not As yet been elected and the in Sittou is being filled by or. Buckalew who has had charge of Tho Railroad unlucky Job printing the Ohice 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 of All kinds and description George Ohley a lineman connected with tie Danville and Bloomsburg Street railway company met with a terrible fall monday night As the result of which it was necessary to remove him to the Hospital for treatment. Ohley and a companion it appears were sleeping at Richard s Lime Kiln near Grovania. When the companion awoke yesterday morning lie was surprised to find Schley missing. He called for him but received to response. Much mystified he went to a House nearby Aud asked for assistance in instituting a search. Below the Kiln Ohley was found in an us conscious state having taken a sheer drop of Twenty four feet Landing on a hard Rock Bottom. The Man was married under one of the shed connected with the Lime Kiln and or. S. Thompson of this pity was called. Ohley was still in a dazed or Semi conscious state although he could occasionally be roused to consciousness. In one of these intervals he explained that he had fallen from the top of the Kiln. Alongside his head was Abad Rontu Sion. While elsewhere about his body were bruises of greater or less severity although singularly enough the Man escaped broken Bones. Or. Thompson was not Clear whether Schley a condition was due to tie terrible fall or Tho effects of Coal Gas inhaled from the Lime Kiln while sleeping. He rather thought it was due to the latter Aud expected to see him recover in a Short time. The injured Man was removed to Stouges hotel where later in Tho Day he was seen by or. Phillips of whose advice to was removed to the Williamsport Hospital 00 the 4 of Clook p. Amp r. Passenger train. The two men came to the Limo Kiln in the evening and finding the place warm and Plo Arsaut Lay Down and Wero soon asleep. The supposition is that during the night Ohley overcome by the Gas Rose to his feet and in a dazed Cou Dilou wandered along until he came to the Edge where lie fell Over. The injured lineman has been especially unfortunate in his time. A few years ago lie fell from a High pole and fact Rod both legs just above the Ankles. A Fine drop of weeds. Thu abandoned grave Yard on Bloom Street has responded nicely to the Fine growing conditions this year and has produced probably the biggest crop of weeds in its history. During angst in former years the weeds were cot Down which improved its appear Auoe somewhat As autumn came on but this year it seems the old grave Yard was forgotten and the ape Ranee presented is quite dispiriting. But Little has been Beard of Lato concerning the proposition to present the abandoned cemetery to the Borough to be used As a Public Park and a site for the prospective soldiers Monument. Council is probably too Busy just now looking after the various municipal improvements to give the matter tie necessary attention. The proposition meets with popular approval and the cemetery will probably be in Possession of the Borough by the time the soldiers Monument is completed. The Large Maple on Oruro i Street. The Large Maple tree on Church Street in front of tie property of mrs. Rebecca Sidler was trimmed by George Gardner yesterday. The tree one of the finest old landmarks in Danville had grown to enormous proportions its trunk being for feet in diameter and its wide spreading branches extending nearly across the Street. High Constable b. B. Brown is authority for the statement that the tree was planted in 1842 Aud that he assisted in setting it in the ground. For some time past the tree has been considered unsafe during High winds and the trimming was decided upon merely As a precaution against avoid ent. Each of the limbs was sawed off close and after the process of trimming was Over yesterday there was scarcely a vestige of Green anywhere about Tho tree. Setting Back the poles. Superintendent West of Tho Standard electric Light company with a Force of men was engaged yesterday in moving Back some of the Large poles on Mill Street to make room for the resetting of the Enrby. A Good Many of these poles although owned by the flight company Are used both by that concern and tie Telephone company. It is necessary to remove the poles Back Only a foot or so hut owing to their depth in the ground in effecting the change a Good Deal of the sidewalk is unavoidably torn up. Repairing Crossings. Tho p. Amp r. Railway company is repairing its several Crossings in the Borough. Those at Center and other streets West have already received attention while a Large Quantity of brushed Stone Lias been unloaded at Bloom Street preparatory to beginning work at that crossing. Tho ties will be replaced with new ones and there will he a general tilling up about the spot All of which will improve things Verv Sincli. During tie month or so past owing to several cases of fever reported our water Supply has been regarded with some suspicion As it is Well known that the sewage of the Hospital for the insane drains Iton tie River but a mile or so above the intake at tie water works. All doubts however Cau now be put to rest As the River Wator has been Analysed and so far As the typhoid fever germ is concerned is found to be pure Aud healthful. Many persons became apprehensive of an epidemic Aud they thought that the City owed it As a duty to its inhabitants to have the water Analysed to the end that if pure All doubts might be put to rest Aud if impure the proper precautions might be taken to Ward off disease. A couple of weeks ago or. Stock took a trip to Baltimore Aud without doubting the purity of our filtered water to Settle All controversy Betook a specimen of it along with him anti had it Analysed by the department of Public safety of that City. In a letter just received by or. Stock he is informed that the specimen of water lie furnished is pronounced by the City pathologist As Good for drinking purposes. No typhoid Bacilli were found. The geography of the far East it going to give the schoolchildren Trou ble pretty soon. Duties of supervisors. An exc Iange says As one of the excuses for not keeping tie roads in their townships in repair some supervisors plead poverty declaring that there is to Money in their bands to pay for the necessary work. But the courts have decided that this is an insufficient excuse. If a Public Road is in bad condition Aud the township does not have the necessary Money with which to make repairs the Law provides that supervisors May Levy a special tax to cover the contemplated expense. This fact should be understood by supervisors and make Thorn More energetic in the performance of their Loties. Supervisors should be men who take enough interest in their duties to keep themselves informed upon the Legal requirements of their position. A supervisor May be handed into court Aud fined for to keep the roads under his supervision in Good repair As was done with Ono supervisor in Blair county recently. If tie supervisors were to acquaint themselves with the provisions of the Road Laws they would be More competent to perform their dates. And with tie new interest that is being taken in Good reads movement the uninformed supervisor is Likely to get himself into serious trouble citizens of townships who have complained tor years against the bad condition of the Public roads should also understand their rights under the Law. A knowledge of the Law would show them that they Are not at the mercy of the supervision and while the strict enforcement of the Law May Cost the taxpayers More than at present this extra expense will not be Felt if the roads shall be maintained in Good condition. It is Likely that there will de a Lively Stiring up of supervisors in All parts of the state in the near future. Trout Outlook most favourable. Fish commissioner Meeham is making extensive plans to replenish the Supply of Brook Trout which fish were gradually disappearing from the Waters of the state and in Many streams had become almost extinct. At Bellemonte hatchery lie has reserved 50,000 Fry for Breeding purposes next year 75,000 have been reserved at the Corry station and 50,000 have been sent to the Wayne county hatchery making a total of 175,000 Fry. This number is More than seven times the number of mature breeders now in the Bellefounte Aud Corry stations and those at Bellefonte Are More than double the entire Stock of breeders which were reserved in any two hatcheries in previous years. Every female in Tho number reserved will probate 300 eggs. There will not be Many More Fry for next Spring than were distributed this year Tho Sumbur being about six millions. No great increase in breeders has been experienced this year and the Little increase of last year which was Mot by the gift of several million eggs from the Penn Trout company the Park association anti others cd out he expected during the coming season after next year if his plans materialize he will he Able to properly Stock the streams of the state with Fry and Trout which recently had become a luxury will again be found in numbers in streams who Reid they can thrive. A big addition to Berwick steel shop. Work on the erection of a Large addition to tie Plant of tie american car amp foundry co. At Berwick was begun today. The addition which is a continuation of the present Plant will be 210 feet in length and 188 feet in Width. Tie addition will to used As the department for the construction of the passenger coaches and will Mark a new epoch in the history of the Berwick Branch of the american car amp foundry co. It is today the Only Plant in the United states building steel passenger coaches and will give Berwick a still higher ranking among the great car manufacturing concerns of the country

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