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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 19, 1901, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for the Home l he circulation this paper is increasing rapidly. It Wil pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year do. Sikying h. Jennings �?1 in is t. Office fours a i a. 1 la. M to m to .1/ m. 10i Mill St., Jon Rill a c. Sill i i m. In. 425 Mill St., Pajus Rorr Flacil and intestines disease a specially j i. P. A it bulk dentist Ottice 218 Mill Street. Wetli extracted without pain. Crown and Bridge work a a Luppe Ltd with the latest and Mai instruments and prepared to most difficult work. T specially. St improved execute to he . C. H. Reynolds a a this country will never be entirely full until it supplies All its own demands with its own productions . A Ltd a. Jet m a Wahab Mimaan is l Palill ski in in.�. A. Yoi. 4b--no is. All business in an , 1>a. . Skit Wiiki lit. I a umm Patiag office opposite Boston store Dauville a. Dentistry in All its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892. news. Flay fever. Chilly mornings. Base Ball is the Wane. Picnics arc suspended. Ton much rain is spoiling the Mellow colouring the leaves. A the deems term saturday evening. Mrs. Thomas Bedea East Market Street is seriously ill. An epidemic colds and lung troubles is reported in this Section. The Damp weather and the sudden changes in temperature Are ascribed As the cause. See that the Chimney is clean and free from soot before you Start the tires this fall. A the deems ter. Written by Hall Caine will be presented at the opera House saturday evening. All freight traffic will be suspended today Over the entire system the Philadelphia amp heading Railroad out respect to the late president. Harrisburg possesses two the largest presbyterian sunday schools in the ignited states. The sunday schools Pine Street Church and Market Square rank seventh and ninth respect arrangement cumple�1 Motel service. Arrangements a Large scale have been perfected fora memorial service in this City today that will properly reflect the respect and reverence due our dead chief magistrate. The entire town has worked together As a unit. Harmony and an obliging deferential spirit Lias been Manifest along All lines preparation us rightly becomes a Community in which All hearts share in a common sorrow and Are Labouring to give expression to their grief. There will be a total suspension business. The Globe warehouse and several other establishments will be closed All Day from noon until 0 p. M. All the stores will be closed. Not a wheel will turn in any our Large industries during lie Day. The heading Iron company will accentuate its action by suspending All work even in its building operations. As will be seen by perusing the report the school Board meeting last night the schools will be closed during the whole Day. The local Banks and the Post office will also be closed. The doors the opera House will be thrown open at 1 30 p m. That the big building will be packed to the doors goes without saying. The representatives the different societies industries j and All persons taking part in the service Are requested to report at the main Entrance to the audience room not later than 1 45 p. M. The program As printed in our last Issue will be carried out in its entirety. The committee through the columns i this paper makes the request that the tire school and Church Bells toll at 2 clock the number strokes to be fifty nine having reference to the presidents age. H. K. Polk a. H. . H. Hunt i Amos Yastine Kev. H. C. Harman and a George h. Smith compose the committee Odd Accident at South Danville last monday. I Brief mention the doings friends and acquaintances. Your a terrible Accident was narrowly a b mrs. Gordon Oakes Steuben n. N i erred in South Danville monday after a arrived in this City last evening for a i noon. It was about 5 clock. Several visit at the Home Thomas Clark i vehicles among them a two seated Bug i front Street. By and a two horse Hack were return a miss Mary Harris lower Mulberry i my from the funeral mrs. William Al Street who Lias been taking in the sights Ryan Gearhart township. The buggy a at the pan american exposition re a which was driven by Charles diet and g turned Home last evening contained besides his wife Little a. A a a m,., John Hemi Essy babe mrs. Sharp Dietz. Miss Mattie so it Osbu i a. Vili Iling friends in this j Evans this City and mrs. Simon h a a v i Carpenter and infant Plymouth came h a. Re mrs. Margaret Barrett Pittsburg Down the Avenue at the residence c. A a. D ,. ,.a is a guest at the Home Edward Leamy p. Gearhart just As the Hack which bad Fol a a. 4l a Northumberland Street. Taken a different route came up Liew sunburn Road. A William c. Bowyer East Market both vehicles which Ware being driven g Street returned last evening from a i at a rapid rate reached the Corner at business trip to Kingston. The same moment which caused . R miss Minta Shultz Mill Street has re Dietz to turn too Short. The inside a turned Home from a visit with friends 1 wheels struck a Large Boulder placed at a in Millersburg. I the Root a tree for Protection Ali eve mrs. E. W. Cole and sons Roger and j buggy upset under the momentum v Samuel Ashley returned Home yes i turning nearly upside Down. The help l ter Day after a visit with the former a i less occupants those who did not be g Mother mrs. E. .1. Butler Washington i come entangled in the broken top were Ville. Tiung violently into the Street striking g mrs. J. H. Smith Sherman Wayne the Hack. 3---------the horse driven fortunately i gotten under control had be run respect paid to president Mckinley i memory. i governor Stone saturday issued a proclamation fixing sunday september 10, As a Day prayer for the country in the hour its great affliction recommending that the people assemble in their respective places worship to unite in their prayers for the welfare the nation and its rulers and that the grief those who mourn May be con sorted. The proclamation was read from the pulpit throughout town sunday and at morning evening service if not at both president Mckinley a death became the principal theme prayer and Sermon. A Lead kindly Light and a nearer my god to thee a favorite hymns the late president were Sung in nearly All the churches. There were i few houses worship in which em-1 obliged to make us bless mourning were not to be seen the stars and stripes tastefully draped a portrait the martyred president a framed in Black. At the Grove presbyterian Church Kev . W. A. Mcatee emphasized two truths As demonstrated by the assassination president Mckinley. Civilize old re special meeting the school Board had a last night. The school hour-1 met in special session lust night for the pure him taking action the request made by the to Ough Council tuesday night that the schools be closed today. The Board was unanimous As to the importance carrying out. The wishes Council but j there was a difference opinion As to whether the schools should be closed All Day Only during the afternoon. Or. Barber and messes. Green and Werk Heiser favored one session school a portion which should be devoted to instruction the subject the presidents assassination. It ugh too they said they found to be the wish the teachers who dreaded to lose the Day which in common with All holidays act cording to the school Law Liev would he county spent yesterday with friends in i. Was this City. U Ationo he said progresses but the away -1 a a trouble with Many a heart remains. The result would have been appalling r a Versee he ter i Quot a Quot do viewing the paid american exposition the Little babes escaped miraculously a re Yeou 1auend�?~hl a t Quot Here the president was stricken Down mis. Diaries die and mrs. ? us Ness Quot a y yesterday. It he saw evidences rapid strides in Bui Carpenter were injured the former sits r. A Quot a Quot a a Cou,,81�ner. A m Man achievement along All the lines taming a bad Gash the forehead and a ?? cd Uny we a Lle p civilization serious bruises about her body immediately fainted away and was ried into the residence Isaac a die a Quot for the insane yesterday business. I a a mrs. George a. Kossman this City r a a 11 off a a a est Missillie Williams Sun i Man where she was Given surgical treat Lar a t Alle 1 frien is in Rhooms Birg Merit by . Curry. Mrs. Carpenter ? yesterday. I was badly bruised. A it would seem be said that the limit i Progress has been reached As it re lates to the external conditions a arrangements anti the general results achieved show with what 1 ence Ami singleness purpose i have Laboured. Good j Dilig j they a Workman a bad injury. Michael Burke a single Man employed at the structural tubing works was badly injured while at work monday night. A . Burke is a Booker at the break Down s Rolls. Owing to a slight mistake in a handling the Iron the Hook flew out is his hands striking him twice. The first blow fell the right Side the face. For near the Eye the second and More Viola timely in the list Over 8,000 schools ent blow was dealt in the right Side in in the country. The Pine Street Sun 44 Region the Short ribs. The Young Lay school has a membership l.h4o 3 Ian Sutie red intense pain and it was and that Market Square 1,83. Thought his ribs were broken. Or. New the first Frost is looked for with pleas Baker was called who found no Bones old timers meet defeat. The were Defeated by the Berwick nine by a score 11 to 4 at that place saturday. The first in ing decided the game the Berwick nine piling up 7 runs on2 hits 4 errors and 2 bases balls. After that it was a Good game our boys settling Down to Earnest work. Gilbert Berwick pitched for the a old timers a a but i hits being made from Bis delivery eight hits were made Oil Smith the Berwick Pitcher. The game was lost principally through errors. This evens matters up each club having won two games. Milton and Sunbury also stand even with the a old timers and 110 doubt a decisive game with each club will be played off. F life but Man himself Lias made no Forward step. The human heart unrestrained mrs. Annie Swinehart and daughters i remains As Black As hell. In most scat misses Elsie and Mary heading who Jing terms he portrayed the treachery Are the guests mrs. Curry Foust East the Assassin and attributed Bis crime to Ujj front Street left yesterday for a visit re teachings which should have no place in i will my it in this City october 1 2 and 3. The program for the eleventh annual convention the Dandle District up Worth league which will Convene in Thi City next month has been arranged the convention will meet in St. Paul a m. E. Church monday. Tuesday Ami wednesday october 1,2 and 3. The Danville District comprises the counties Montour. Northumberland Colum Bia and Luzerne so that the program during the four Days introduces Many different workers in this particular line evangelistic work wide the convention itself will bring some one Hundred and fifty Epworth ians into town who will be entertained by our citizens. Local members the Epworth league Are Well represented the program along with a corresponding number from each t tie other counties. The greetings tuesday evening will be extended by Arman pastor and j. K Secretary Orth took occasion to sex 1 tuesday even Plain that while teachers Here have been s Rev. Ii. J. In accustomed to make up lost time it is a j Rote president the local league misinterpretation the Law which mrs. R. J. Allen will sing a Solo Liges them to do so. It is True that in wednesday morning Rev. N. E. C schools to entitle the District to the state h Cleaver will conduct a conference appropriation must have been actually i a practical miss Olive rank open 7 months 20 Days each 140ii will Render a recitation miss Margaret Days. In districts such As Danville where Ammerman will sing a Solo and mrs. W give a Bible read there Are longer terms the number $ 1. Laumaster will Days the schools Are open course far j exceed the 140 which must he actually taught and whether not the teachers be obliged to make up time for the few holidays occurring is optional with the school Board. This was news indeed and the strength it . Keefer moved that i James Lynn returned to it Loysburg ves heretofore the anarchist has enjoyed Ujj ter Day after a visit with relatives in Dan in the Protection Law in this country. Is Ville. To his teachings have been tolerated Many i us being willing to yield that a Archt 12, William Byerly Williamsport is 1 visiting his parents . And mrs. Lewis Byerly Walnut Street. Or. And mrs. Samuel Seward i Scranton who have been the guests . An Ltd mrs. David Grove Ash Street f. 1. .t1 men to the level the beasts the Jun left last evening for a visit with friends a ,. ,.,.in Shamokin. Might have some justification in the j tyranny old world governments. We i now awake to the awful fact that the j a anarchist is Only a vulgar murderer and his teaching a system that would reduce ing. On wednesday afternoon Rev. E. H. Yocum i. I former pastor St. Paul a will deliver an address a mercy land help work general Secretary D. Laumaster will give a Bible Reading a Christ and believers a and mrs. W. L. Mcclure will Render a Solo. On wednesday evening presiding so elder W. Evans will deliver an and b dress. A the Model solos a a a will be rendered by mrs. Allen and Wal-3 ter Russell. On thursday morning miss. Olive . And mrs. Al gosh . And a Jthompson will present the Secretary s mrs. I. C. Peifer the misses Doster miss report general Secretary Laumaster Edith Harris miss Cora Yant miss a will give a Bible Reading miss Jane Priscilla Thomas miss Nan Brandon l it Vett will Render a recitation and miss mrs. Eugene Moyer. Mrs. David Wise Margaret Ammerman will sing a Solo. Miss Atta Gearhart a. George A thursday afternoon Rev. George Hendricks mrs. Charles Green miss Reed i. I Carlisle will speak Mary Yorks I Laumaster Rev. A a literary Rev. E. B. Mckel tie schools he closed All Day today which carried. On motion . Orth it was ordered that the teachers be paid for the Day. They saw the funeral train. Int anticipation. It is hoped that it j will put the mosquitoes and the caterpillars out business for the season i my silence the fiends who have been 1 Dazo Ning abroad All summer that they j a ave remedies for the plague. The United Telephone and Telegraph oui any has obtained control the Lou them Telephone company which a a berates a system in Cumberland York dams and Franklin counties. The a tired lines will Lee connected with theve Stem now controlled by this company and which includes the Montour amp Columbia company. Justice the peace j. P. Bare is re Ying the pavement 011 theft Erry Street ule his residence. Class no. 3, mrs. Eli Hoover teacher ill hold a Lawn festival at St. Peters Burch. Riverside thursday evening. There will he no freight traffic the Pennsylvania Railroad today. The freight Hice at South Danville will he closed. The members company f have raped the armory in a very artistic a out respect to the presidents eath. The whole nation feels the greatest Ltd Pat by for mrs. Mckinley whose loss a faithful and Loving husband is the latest affliction that a woman is called Pon to Bear. In Honor the nation s dead execute and As a tribute the love every Tizen bore him practically every thing do be at a standstill in this City today. The Lowery Brothers circus despite e heavy rain pitched their tents i warts a Field this morning. The sex Anges All say that it is the Best Polar Price show the Road. They be pleased Large crowds everywhere by have been and will no doubt do a g business to night. Prof. David me Ide who is Well known Here will a be a balloon ascension at fi.30 daily. Lowery broths circus will be in Danville Friday d sat urday. A fractured although symptoms Point to internal injury. Burke was removed to the Home his i father Patrick Burke near Railroad i Street. Draped in mourning. Gur citizens were not slow in showing the respect due our martyred president and in symbolizing their grief. By 10 i clock saturday morning nearly every store and hotel was draped in mourning. By noon the stars and stripes in some Way combined with folds Crape were 1 visible every Side Many residences being marked with the emblems our nations sorrow. Misses Amelia and Lizzie held Bloom Street have returned from the Pau am a Kafir Witton. $5 Edward Nagle who has been visiting friends near Washingtonville returned for pure drinking water. 10 his Home in Georgetown yesterday. The annual memorial service was held mrs. Arthur Stoller and son Robert at by Nai Zion cemetery monday after a and mrs. John Kerns lower Mulberry noon. The attendance was quite Good Street left yesterday for a visit with Rel after the usual prayers and a Brief and Stives at Allen Mills dress by Labbi Mayer and before remit b miss Margaret Butler new York ing a special prayer for the dead a col b who has been the guest her Mother married in new York. Miss Mary Cameron Packer Banbury and . Harry Case Blue Northumberland were United in the Bonds holy Matrimony at St. Paul a Chapel the episcopal Church in new York City the 27th August by the Rev. Thomas j. Crosby. Or. And mrs. Blue will be at Home for the present at the Central hotel Sunbury. The Bride is Well known in Danville and the Groom formerly resided in this City. Aged Many a fall. Vwilliams. Mortimer an aged resident living Center Street met with a bad fall yesterday. He was engaged in trimming Trees Bis lot when the limb by which be was supported broke precipitating him to the ground a distance 12 15 feet. He was injured about the Back and head and was unable to be about yesterday. Death a Fortner resident. Mrs. Daniel Lakue Scranton formerly a resident Danville died at her Home in Scranton yesterday aged 50 years. She is survived by one son and six daughters. The deceased was a sister mrs. Charles Ware Bloom Street and George . East Mahoning Street. The remains will be brought to this City for interment. Lection was taken up which amounted to $5.. This Money will be donated to the fund for pure drinking water at the Hospital for the aged and infirm at Jerusalem where water fit to drink can Only be obtained by purchasing it from the turkish government. The Money will be forwarded to . Aaron Friedenwald Baltimore md., the Only representative in this country the israelite Alliance Paris. Railroad men visit Dauville. A party gentlemen several them accompanied by their wives who Are employed in the service the i. L. Amp., Railroad arrived in this City in a special train about 1 clock Friday. They took dinner at the Montour House after which accompanied by station agent William Black they were driven about town in one livery Man Moyers backs in order to see our industries. In the party were p. J. Flinn general freight agent and wife j. Ii. Crawford general Eastern freight agent a. B. Wallen and wife new York E. Wood division freight agent and wife Syracuse n. Y. A. S. Learoyd division freight agent Easton Aud e. W. Ten Broeck division freight agent and wife Scranton. The trip Over the line was on2 business and pleasure combined. Congressman Polk at Canton. Hon. R. K. Polk will attend the funeral the late president Mckinley at , o., today. The congressman left this City for Washington monday and was present there during the Funer. A services Over the president ones be augmented by Atida and a trap drummer a Flag. The Borough Council swung a bran new hag neatly draped to the Breeze in front City Hall monday. The Flag 10x18 feet was ordered saturday evening and arrived Here Early monday morning. Twing to the inclement weather the St dance the series Given by to e a in social orchestra at Hunters p. ring the past summer will be held at e armory tomorrow evening. The 7 inscription will the 45cents a Diestra will Rio net player and a trap King ten pieces in All. Spectators ii be charged 25 cents. A Large excuse has been incurred by this change d the members the orchestra Hope see All their former patrons. Cooler weather is Here and it did not Ive too soon for Many our people re suffering during the hot season Ith the going the summer weather 3 kissing bugs the caterpillars and e never to be forgotten mosquitoes i also be moving where nobody cares 1 so the chilliness freezes their motive Wera. Decisive game. The base Ball nine Milton will play the a old timers at Pewitte spark Friday next the game will lie called at 2 45 p. M. This will be the decisive game Danville and Milton each having won two games our two Parks. Both Hunters and Dewitt spark have closed for the summer. For its first season Hunters Park Lias done exceedingly Well most the Large dances being held there. Dewitt spark despite Competition bad More Large picnics than Ever scarcely a Day during the whole summer passing without a Large number people being the grounds. There will still be a number base Ball games played at Dewitt spark As Well As the High school foot Ball games. Welsh Hill school opened. The Welsh Hill school closed for several years past opened monday morning with thirty three pupils. Miss Jennie Lovett is teacher. The school was opened in response to 11 petition from the residents Welsh Hill and will prove a to frat convenience to the residents that part the fourth Ward. Miller Harris. Charles Miller recently this City and miss Georgiana Harris blooms Burg were United in Matrimony last evening. The ceremony was performed at tie residence the Bride s Mother Bloo Insburg at five clock. Miss mag Gie Barr and mrs. Alice Miller and children this City attended the wedding. S the newly wedded couple will reside in Bloo Insburg where the Groom holds a4 position in the carpet work. Mrs. E. J. Butler Washingtonville returned Home last evening. Mrs. W. J. Messersmith and mrs. Ott Ife the pastor the m. E. Church Washingtonville called friends in this City yesterday. Division freight agent a. F. Bern Hart tie p. It r. Railroad transacted business in this City yesterday. G. Ii. Everhard extra agent is 011 duty at the South Danville station during the absence station agent R. Clark at the pan american Aud elsewhere. James m. Gibbs Steelton a former resident Danville at present one the clerks in the state department at Harrisburg called old friends in this City yesterday. George Steinbrenner Wilkes Barre spent sunday with his Mother East front Street. Or. And mrs. A. Cohn . And mrs. Alex Cohn . And mrs. Alex Schwartz . And mrs. Max Boss . And mrs. L. Alexander . And mrs. Ben bidding Bloomsburg and . And mrs. Marx Levy Berwick attended the services at by Nai Zion synagogue saturday. Or. And mrs. Horner Brown City Kansas Are visiting . And mrs. Geo. Sandel Bloom Street. Or. And mrs. Charles Everett left saturday for a visit with friends in Espy. Joseph l. Shannon Riverside made a business trip to Sunbury yesterday. Misses Clara and Emma Slofer this City left saturday fora visit with friends in Kingston. Or. And mrs. F. P. Johnson accompanied by . And mrs. Of m. Gotwald enjoyed a drive to Strawberry Ridge saturday afternoon. Or. Johnson owns two Fine farms in that Vicinity which Lent an additional interest to the drive. W. J. Baldy esq., spent sunday at Eagle Mere. Mrs. Harry Karp Philadelphia is visiting old friends in this City. Mrs. Morgan Jenkins and daughter miss Anna Scranton Are visiting at the Home Benjamin Cook 011 Market Street. Mrs. In aul Groff East Market Street is visiting her sister mrs. William hear Wilkes Barre. Charles h. Mcmahan travelling Salesman representing the United states butter extract company spent sunday at the family Homestead near Potts Grove. Or. Aud mrs. J. B. Murray Liberty township have returned from a visit to Girardville where they were guests at the Home . Aud mrs. W l. Collins former residents i Otts Grove. Gle. We need and must have Laws which ill suppress every anarchist newspaper prevent every anarchist speech and exclude every immigrant tainted with Pennon doctrine . At Pine Street lutheran Church Rev. Or. M. L. Bindel paid an eloquent tribute to the career and character the martyred executive drawing Many use fill lessons from his life. He also dwelt upon the Sterling character the Energy and Independence the in coming president As attributes bound tonsure for him an honest and successful administration. At Christ episcopal Church the Rector Rev. Erskine Wright before entering upon his Sermon dwelt in a very feeling Way the death president Mckinley. W hich he spoke As .1 a great National at the evening service a Lead kindly Light was selected As one the hymns. Sunday at Trinity lutheran Church As set apart for Harvest Home services. The death the president occurring the services were modified to suit the occasion. The ripened Harvest and the death the great ruler combined very nicely and the services were full significance. A was a Man Soweto so shall lie reap a applies to the spiritual world As Well As the physical. President Mckinley a very life showed that there was a spiritual sowing while ins last words tie heroism and resignation which marked his death showed that there was a spiritual Harvest. The Church was appropriately decorated with fruit and Grain combined with pm Bles mourning. At Trinity m. E. Church sunday night the pastor Rev. N. E. Cleaver delivered a discourse the subject a your martyred it was full thought deducing several lessons which ought to guide us in the future. Both the late presidents favorite hymns were rendered. Rev. Harry Curtin Harman St. Paul a m. E. Church sunday the 8th inst spoke at length president Mckinley. Sunday night he concluded his Sermon with a tribute to the dead president. Dwelling upon his integrity character his Christian experience and unselfish Devotion to the interest and welfare his Fellowmen. At the Mahoning presbyterian Church sunday evening Rev. Or. W. 1. Steans preached a Sermon strongly Denun Chatory Emma Goldman and anarchy. It is the teachings this woman and others her ilk he said that Are to be held responsible for Czolgosz a terrible deed. R. 11. Wilson followed with some remarks a your three martyred the choir rendered a nearer my god to thee a and a Lead kindly Erskine Wright major Charles p. Gear Hart Captain j. B. Gearhart William in. And John g. Brown William Bailey. Postmaster t. J. L Rice loss Hamer j. Ii. Kase . And mrs. George brawn Joy Binder. William books Edward Shultz Kiunya Evans f. G. .1. A a a. Uva u �.ne8 Mil Gill a George Bedea a. J. Leniger Oliver r. Drum Heller Elias Maier John Eisen 56 admitted to naval Academy Hart Charles Hobson Charles Green townsman Elliott Morin a a Pegg G. Williams Elwood Garrett mrs. A who stood the examination for admin j George d. Edmondson. B. Diehl few Silt Thomas Vincent and Harry Leisenring went Down to Sunbury monday to see vey roaring Creek will also deliver an address. Charles Lyon and mrs. Mcclure will each Render a Solo. On thursday evening Rev. S. Parks Cadman new York will deliver a lecture entitled a the puritans 011 two con in the blooms Quot a Lette will rennet Twu selections. The next play. On saturday evening at the opera House manager Melville Daniels will present Hall Caine so deems term hich has been dramatized by Chas. W. Chase. It is a play in four acts and deals with All the principal scenes from the Book. It is most interesting to see in the first act the children who us the play progresses grow to men and women. Dan Mylrea a most unfortunate character whom All will sympathize with and his Cousin and sweetheart Mona will at once by her Loving manner we to in hearts All. I he a is positive sue Cess. The train pass bearing the remains the late William Mckinley. Sunbury was packed with people some two Hundred being present from this City. The funeral train arrived at 3 32 p. M. It was preceded 15 minutes by Pilot engine 408 sent ahead to see that the track was Clear. The funeral train drawn by engine no. 134 heavily draped in Black was composed six cars one a private car for mrs. Mckinley one combination car one dining car one compartment car one double drawing to us and sleeping car and the observation car bringing up the rear the train in which the remains the dead president Lay a raised Dias. The funeral parly included president Roosevelt several members the Cabinet and general Brooke who Lias charge the military escort. The train made a Stop six minutes taking water and inspecting the cars. The schools and business places Sun Bury were closed. The National guard lined the Railroad along with several thousand school children who strewed Flowers upon the track. The train rolled slowly through town the Bells tolling As it passed. Desperate Case suicide. Mrs. William Ryan whose Home was one mile South Riverside Heights died saturday night about 8 hours after taking a dose rough 011 bats with suicidal intent. The Story is a very tragical one. Mrs. Ryan who was Only Twenty one years age first attempted to end her life with Paris Green. Her husband detected her design and was Able to frustrate her purpose but not until after a desperate struggle in which the deadly drug was spilled a portion it lodging in his face and his clothing. After this . Ryan kept his Eye his Wile As he thought but in the interval half a minute when his Back was turned she swallowed a spoonful rough rats which she had concealed near coolly remarking As she took a drink water upon tie fatal dose a a in be done it this the horrified husband hew to her assistance but be was powerless to Cope Ith the Case. The nearest physician was . N. M. Smith South Danville. He was instantly called but before his arrival at the stricken household an hour More had elapsed and the deadly effects the drug were already visible. A stomach pump was brought into requisition but the desperate woman was determined to die and it was not until after Force was applied that anything could be accomplished. The Poison however had gotten deep into her system and nothing availed to save her Lite. Her death however was marked with Little she ring the deceased was a woman exceedingly nervous temperament and had previously threatened she bad been married and As childless. To take her life for several years Sion to Annapolis naval Academy has passed All the tests and Lias been admitted to the institution. His father. Robert j. Pegg was notified the fact Friday together with the additional information that the Young Cadet has already entered upon Drill preparatory to taking up the full course when the Academy opens october 1. Or. Pegg won his appointment to a11 a Polis by his excellent showing in a competitive examination held in this City 011 june 7th last when he carried Oil the honors in a class eight. It is Gratifying to the friends our Young townsman that he passed the More rigid examination at Annapolis which is pronounced the most severe any held in recent years with equal Honor. This is Manifest when it is explained that the class which entered the three Days examination numbered 99 and that . Pegg was one Only 19 who pulled through successfully. The rules the Academy permit those who fail is some branches to make a second attempt in an examination which immediately succeeds the first. In this Way course some those finally reached the average and were admitted who failed the first examination. The physical examination which occupied the three remaining Days the week involved the hardest kind tests but our Young townsman thanks to our local gymnasium. Seemed to come up to the require ments. Elliott Morgan Pegg was graduated from the local High school in 1900, having passed through All the grades. His attainments As demonstrated by his Success at both examinations reflects much credit upon the thoroughness and Efficacy the Danville schools. The course at Annapolis is six years Long and comprises a two years cruise upon the completion four years at the Academy. Quot a secret manager Angle the opera House announces for wednesday night ept. 25th., a a secret warranty with Willis Granger the romantic Young actor in the role Louis i Beaumont. This attraction is under the management m. W. Hanley and son who also control Robert b. Mantell and the farce comedy a a runaway . Granger has the Good Fortune to be surrounded by his managers with a most competent company two which Are the original creators the parts they play in the piece. We allude to Beverly Turner and Marion p. Clifton. Or. Granger since his Advent As a Star Aims to be a continuous producer those scholarly works which make the theatre a Temple Art and education. Death an infant. George Franklin infant son . And mrs. William Shultz Mahoning township died Friday september 13, aged 4 months. The Rector and choir Christ episcopal Church this City will hold a ser vice next sunday afternoon at St. James Church Exchange. Job printing the office the am Kincan Lem furnished with a Large Assort Man Job letter and fancy Type and Jok it Materia generally the publisher announces to the Public that he a a prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing All kinds and dear option a our prices before place your orders. By lightning miss Trow Bridge s close Callol tuesday morning. Miss Jennie Trowbridge the la year old a laughter Frank Trowbridge Kail Road Street for Over two hours Lues Day hovered Between life Ami death a the result h Shock lightning. During a Shower shortly after no clock yesterday morning lightning struck the residence a j. Ii Montague grand Street the stroke entering the House several feet from the ground splintering the Corner Post and ripping Oil the weather hoards. What is Odd about it is that the inmates the House although More less affected escape serious injury while the Trowbridge family who reside the opposite Side Railroad Street at least forty Yards away received the full Force the Shock. Mrs. Trowbridge who was sitting a chair was thrown to the floor while a Coffee Mill she held her Lap was hurled across the room. Her a laughter was combing tier hair the porch. She was stricken Down and when found Lay As if dead. There was but Little heart action merely a flutter to indicate a spark life. Or. Wintersteen was called. Pending his arrival however the Case was Well handled by several ladies the neighbourhood who applied such restoratives As they could command and begun a system Massage which under the direction . Wintersteen waa kept up until nearly noon. It was Only after the most heroic work that the girl was brought Back to life. It was two hours before she regained consciousness. Last evening she was Able to speak with an Effort and the doctor win hopeful a full recovery Fine the Combs that miss Trowbridge had in her hair was rent into splinters by the lightning order exercises. An ail turned meeting was held in Council room tuesday night with George 11. Smith in the chair to perfect arrangements for the Union memorial service to be held in the opera House this thursday afternoon. A number citizen were present among them the following clergymen Rev. Or. W. I. Steans Rev. Or. W. A. Mcatee Rev. M. I. Of Reilly. Rev. J. A. Huber Rev. H. C. Harman Rev. Erskine Wright Rev. R. J. Allen and rabbi a. Mayer the program committee Coua Sung 01 .0. We a George Miles and Robert Adams presented its report which was motion accepted. Following is the order exercises decided upon for the Union memorial service chairman,.k. K. Polk. Invocation,.w. D. Laumaster. Reading scriptures Rev. W. A. Mcatee hymn a nearer my god to address,.Kev. M. L. Bindel. Address. Rev. H. C. Harman. Address,.Rev. A. Mayer. Address,.Rev. M. I. Of Reilly. Hymn,.�?olead, kindly address,.james Scarlet eat. Address. .11. M. Hinckley eat. Kev. George e. Limbert god bless our native Load a Benediction,.Kev. Erskine Wright. The music was left in the hands Herbert Wyle who has announced the following program a nearer my god to thee a by the United choirs and the audience. A Lead kindly Light a by a picked choir consisting twelve singers. A a american by the United choirs. The Penn social orchestra will Render the accompaniment. The doors will open at 1 30 p. M. It was decided to admit no children under 10 years age unless accompanied by parents guardians. Representative the different societies and business enterprises wearing a badge mourning will occupy seats the platform. Prayer. Hymn. A pretty Home wedding. One the prettiest weddings the season occurred at High noon today at the residence . Lewis i. Rank 241 Market Street. The principals in the Happy event were Alfred Dufour Huffman Junior member the firm H. C. Huffman amp sons architects and builders and miss Jennie rank grand daughter old. Rank. About 30 guests witnessed the ceremony which was solemnized by the Rev. George d. I Pennepacker pastor the Mulberry Street m. E. Church. Mrs. Joseph Gann played the wedding March. The newly married couple left the West bound Buffalo flyer this afternoon a bridal tour followed by the Good wishes and congratulations their Many news tuesday. Miss rank the Bride figuring in the above is a grand Niece mrs. C. S. Wetzel this City. Miss Rauk was an occasional visitor at the Wetzel Homestead and has Many friends in Dauville. Miss Mollie Wetzel a this City attended the wedding. Or. Vannan s improvements. The addition to f. If. Vannany a South Danville residence has been completed. Or. Yunnan has put in a modern Bath room. The water is pumped with a gasoline engine to a tank at the top the House running thence through a Complete system piping to the various rooms. The sixteen i Semi annual Conven Tiomi the Danville conference the lutheran minister rim Pennsylvania is being held this week in Sunbury. Revs. Ulrich Aud Fogleman this City Are attending tie convention

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