Page 1 of 20 Sep 1900 Issue of Danville Montour American in Danville, Pennsylvania

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 20 Sep 1900 in Danville, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Danville Montour American.

Browse Danville Montour American
  • danville-montour-american page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • danville-montour-american page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • danville-montour-american page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • danville-montour-american page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 20 Sep 1900 Danville Montour American in Danville, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 20, 1900, Danville, PennsylvaniaLome paper a for tiie Lomo the circulation this paper is Ines. La rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per Deardu. Sikying h. Jennings dentist. Office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m m Mill St., 1 p. .1/ to i p. M. Danville. A. Shultz a. U. 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases the stomach Ami intestines a specially d i. A. P. Ankle a dentist office 218 Mill Street. Teeth extracted without i ii. Crown and Bridge work a specially. Equipped with the latent and most improved instruments and prepared to execute the most Dilu ult . C. H. Reynolds formerly Catawissa a a Denim by. Office opposite Boston store Danville a dentistry in All its branches. Charge Molt i Quot rate and All work Jar sauteed. Established 1892.condensed news. Amp i ill in 13 i is a a w 4 Foj. S a v v a. Quot it a 2- Ato. A this coi try will never i entirely free until it supplies All its own demands Iii its own vol. 4.v-no Danville a. Till 1isday. September 20. 1900. Established in , d the pastor St. Paul a i Iii to ii near Watsontown accepts a Call from Columbus 0. Sydney Hoffa Washingtonville was the leave next month. Intended victim. Great cycling weather. Cool nights and restful sleep. The attendance at our Public schools is still growing larger. A Large number people Are attending the auction Sale at be Tupet a jewelry store this week. Montgomery is suffering from a typhoid fever epidemic. W. S. Ditzler has opened a tailoring shop North Mill Street. Councilman John Kerman is reported to have improved considerably after his late severe illness. The Wood work the exterior the y. M. C. A. Building is being touched up with a fresh coat paint. S. Vav. Arms has the contract. A number Riverside people will attend the festival to be held at the Kline Grove m. K. Church saturday evening. Rabbits Are reported As numerous in the surrounding country. The twelfth regiment band Sun Bury will give a concert at that place next Friday night for the Benefit the Galveston sufferers. The Small boy is More reconciled to school now since the cooler weather has set in. A Large number foreigners have left a Hazleton for new York from whence they will sail to their Homes in Europe. George Askins is ill at his Home honeymoon Street. The salvation army will hold their annual Harvest festival in their Hall beginning next saturday and closing tuesday evening. Anything which can be donated towards making the festival a Success will be gladly received by the Bruiy workers. Reports from the various schools throughout the City show that at the beginning Ibe third week tiie fall term every thing is moving in a satisfactory manner. The september number a the Dio Creasan record a a paper devoted to the interests the episcopal Church in Central Pennsylvania contains up Leuid cuts Christ memorial Church this City and the Rector Rev. Erskine Wright. The presbyterian Synod Pennsylvania will meet in the Pine Street presbyterian Church 18, for a five Days session. This is the largest Synod in the United states and the largest ecclesiastical organization the kind in the world. Sunday schools will now pick up in attendance hut it is not until just before christinas Lime that the growth will he particularly marked. The merry go round recently built by Fred Smith the assistant machinist at the silk Mill is being run nightly at his Home Corner a and Green streets. The machine was built entirely by Smith who is hut 17 years age. William Pease has rented the Lumbach store room now occupied by Henry Kempe the jeweler w Here he will conduct a wholesale and retail tobacco establishment. A Hazleton limit ure dealer has a most unique Way advertising. He has his display window arranged to represent a parlor w Here evenings some Loving couple Are allowed to come in and do their court ing. This is to continue for six weeks and at the end that time the couple who Aie adjudged the Best couriers will receive f 100 they will be allowed to take out that amount in furniture. Manager the Shamokin High school athletic association has a number foot Hall games scheduled for this full lie is now waiting to hear from Len i this City. It is reported that a Good Many peo pie Are shooting squirrels already though it is not quite a month yet until the Legal time. It is the duty not Only game wardens hut sheriffs constables policemen any special officer the Commonwealth to make arrests for violations the game and fish Laws that they have knowledge . A few prosecutions and convictions for violations our game and fish Laws would have a w Holesome effect in preventing future violations and preserving our game. The penalty is $10 for each Squirrel killed except from october 15th to december 15th. The Rev. Or. 15. F. Dimmick created a sensation among the members the congregation St. Paul a m. K. Church sunday morning when after he had completed the delivery his Sermon he announced that he had accepted a Call from the Wesley old first Church Columbus Ohio and that he would leave for that City about the Middle october. The announcement was wholly unexpected As . Dimmick had Given no previous intimation whatever this proposed change. The Columbus congregation desired that their new pastor take up his charge at once but this . Dimmick refused to do and he set the the time stated above for his departure. This change will make a vacancy at St. Paul a which the congregation will find difficult to till men . Dimmick a religious Zeal rare ability and unusual Enterprise not being obtainable All occasions. Or. Dimmick entered upon his work As pastor St. Paul a Church in april 1s99. His former charge was Grace Church Harrisburg one the largest and most flourishing congregations in Central Pennsylvania. A Monument to the retiring pastors Thrift and Enterprise is the magnificent front which now graces St. Paul a. Edward Linker painfully injured. Edward Linker aged twelve son w. Linker West Mahoning Street suffered a painful injury about noon yesterday. The lad was attempting to climb the rear end an omnibus which was passing along the Street in front his Home when he lost his hold and slipped to the ground just in front the trunk cart which was attached to the bus. One the cart wheels passed Over the left leg just above the ankle. When Linker was carried into the House an examination revealed that the flesh had been badly bruised and a deep Cut had Laid open the flesh More than two inches. Or. Curry was called in attendance and dressed the injury which required a number Danville schools to open. The Brick addition to the South Danville school House is now completed and every thing will be in readiness for the first session next monday morning. The new building which is 28 by 41 feet was badly needed. Heretofore it has been necessary to teach All classes in the one room and the pupils were not properly graded. Under the new plan a Pupil by proper Diligence May prepare for the Danville High school. The primary room has been re papered and son e new desks and blackboards have been added. S. 8. Smith near Northumberland will be the Prim Cipal and miss m. C. Madden this City will teach the primary school. Former Danville Man weds. A quiet Home wedding took place tuesday at 8.30 clock at the residence . And mrs. M. Fisher Chestnut Street Sunbury when the nuptials their charming daughter miss Louise c. Tidier and . T. C. Curry was celebrated. Or. Curry Isa former Danville Young Man. He has a Host friends and acquaintances Here who will extend him and his Bride their Best wishes. Or. And mrs. Curry will Resillez in Sunbury their return from the wedding . Sheep a Church near Jersey town was the scene quite a Brilliant wedding last evening when at 8 clock miss Wilette Taylor West Hemlock township became the wife . Oscar lock Hoof one Derry townships prosperous Young Farmers. The ceremony was performed before a Large number the relatives and friends the contracting parties by the Rev. T. M. Iii clips Washingtonville. Coal prices advancing. The elect the great Coal strike is already being Felt in this City. Several the local dealers have been compelled to Advance the Price All Coal 30 cents per ton and some the others have added an additional Quarter to the Price that prevailed previous to the strike agitation. The manufacturing concerns Are taking time by the Forelock and Are either placing Large orders ahead storing it where they have the space to do so. A night school to be organized. Much Progress is being made in the arrangements for a night school in this City. About forty Young people have signified their intention joining the classes. The committee the school Board having the matter in charge will hold a meeting before the close this week and will report to the Board at next monday nights regular meeting. Preparing to resume operations. A Roll is now being turned up at Curry at Vannany a machine shops for use at the Danville rolling Mill one having been broken just previously to the dosing Down that concern. Piste a number repairs Are being made at the Mill and it is expected that operations will he resumed in a very Short time. Death mrs. Sherin. The death mrs. Thomas Sherin occurred at her Home in Exchange tuesday morning. Mrs. Sherin was about 55 years age. She formerly resided in Danville. Another daring hold up occurred near Watsontown thursday evening the second one within the past three m it is. Fortunately the thug w As foiled in this attempt. The intended victim was Sydney Hoffa the eldest son . 1. Hoffa. Of Washingtonville. Young Haifa attended the Williamsport fair thursday and in up my with a lady Friend drove to Watsontown to take the Trail having his horse at a livery stable. 11��?~ re Wiinie i the 8 p. M. Train and after pending an hour with Watso Tow n friends farted his drive homeward. When but a mile from the town a Man suddenly jumped from the Gutter the left Side the Road and ordered him to Stop l upon . Hot fax a refusal to do so he made an attempt to grasp the bridle. Fortunately for Hotta his horse took fright made a leap Forward and started a hard run Hoffa describes the mans being quite tall and says that his feature were concealed by a Black mask. A i h attempt was made in a most he. Mrs. Dunked and her Renu a a. I town having been Field up a me place a few months it. Few j a pie care to drive i i that a r. numbers in the Coal Fields. The tie up is now almost Complete. Shamokin sept. 20, 1900.�?from nearly every District in the Coal Fields the miners gained recruits in Large numbers yesterday. With the exception the Schuylkill District which remains almost intact in spite the influences brought to hear by the strikers and their sympathizers the tie up is Complete. So there has been comparatively no rioting violence a rare thing for a strike covering so Large a territory and including so Many classes workmen. In Shamokin yesterday a number men employed at the Hickory Ridge Colliery were stoned and finally compelled to give up work. Despite the peaceful aspect the operators Are having Many deputies sworn in and the Pinkerton men Are much in evidence. The result the strike is already being Felt in the Scarcity Coal Many railroads and dealers being Illy prepared for it notwithstanding the warning they have had. The i. L amp w. Have housed All their Coal cars and Are unable to ill any orders needing their present Supply for their own consumption. Creditable Parade a y by it. The fireman spar it Gnu evening elicited much admiration from tiie Many people who lined the pavement Mill Street. The men in their new uniforms looked very neat an 1 with the addition the new Washington Hose company s Wagon drawn by two powerful Black horses recently purchased by Clarence Campbell Kline Grove for that company made quite a splendid showing. The Friendship Washington and Good will companies made up the Parade and were headed by the chief and his assistants and the Washington drum corps. Just As soon As the Washington can Complete the new stable which they will build in the rear the Hose House the team Blacks w ill he taken from . Campbell and it is expected that the new turn out will tie ready to respond to alarms by the Middle next month. The position Driver is one much sought after by different members the company and the result the election for that office is awaited with considerable interest. High school foot Ball team. The Young men the Danville High school athletic association Are doing hard stunts these fall afternoons the foot Hall Gridiron which has been Laid out in the a a Meadows below town. The team had been indulging in Light practice up until monday afternoon when they lined up against the a a scrub for the first time. The make up Ilie team has not been decided upon and will not he until All the available material Lias been thoroughly tried at present it looks As though the successful candidates together with their positions would be Mcclure Leitiger ends. Campbell Gross tackles. Moyer Baily guards. Payne Center. Maiers Mclain halfback. Lunger Quarter Back. Montague full Back. Y. M. C. A. Committees. Or. Howard b. Schultz the newly elected president the Young menus i Chri Tian a a elation. Makes the follow Jing Apponi ziment the committees for the ensuing year i n a nor com m itt ii. W. L. Mcclure chairman h. C. Schultz James Foster Thomas Curry Wiliam j. Rogers Thomas Mills Amos Yastine and . K. Robbins. Executive committee. S. A. Mccoy chairman Samuel Werk Heiser Jesse Shannon h. 11. Furman and John Swartz. Lecture committee. A. Ii. 4rone, chairman . K. Robbins and William James. M pm ijehsh11� com Mittek. Walter g. Kramer chairman George Stillwell William r. Evans John Barry William g. Maiers George i unlock William James Fred Linker John d. Jones Elijah Morgan David Reese Hiram Smith. Reception com Mittek. Howard Patton chairman Walter Payne Thomas Bennetts. Joy 1�?Trader, Clarence Derr George Clarke Curry Fisher George Eggert Frank a. Brow it George Maiers Thomas Irland William e. Bailey Howard Lunger Blaine James and Harry welliver. In v it Ati c m m Wittek. William g. Reese chairman George Klase Walter Jones Frank filing. Harry Camp. Devotion a i. Com m Wittek. Ii. Ii Furman chairman . E. Robbins Beverly Mussel Ian j. W. Smith and George w. F. Wood Side. By m n Asi u m com m itt be. S. A. Mccoy chairman William j. Rogers a. K. Gosh William l. Mcclure William v. Oglesby Daniel Connor and Weldon w. Gulick. Music committee. Walter Russell chairman Jesse Shannon William Eggert Grunt Sowers John Jones and Nelson Woods. Elijah Morgan chairman Ushers. Laid to rest. The earthly remains the late Martin l. Fisher were Laid to rest Friday afternoon in the family plot in the Odd Fellows cemetery and this closed a chapter in a blood stained annal. The funeral was very largely attended and a great number sorrowing relatives and friends flowed the Bier to the grave. The Sermon was Preache 1 by the Rev. Or. Dimmick pastor St. Paul a m. K. Church and the Rev. F. S. Vought Riverside made tie prayer. The moral offerings which nearly concealed the casket were magnificent especially those from mrs. R. Bennett and from the up Wortlie league. New y. M. C. A. Officers elected. At the first regular monthly meeting the new Board directors our local y. M. C. A., held Friday night in one the association Parlours the following official and executive officers were elected for the coming year Howard 15. Schultz president h. Ii. Furman Vic president win. L. Mcclure treasurer . K. Robbins recording Secretary win. D. Laumaster general Secretary c. K. Shelhart asset. Secretary and John Barry physical director. In Honor . And mrs. Watson. At Bine Spring farm the Beautiful country Home the in Long family near Washingtonville some 40 guests from this City were delightfully entertained Friday evening. The affair was Given in Honor . And mrs. Charles Watson. Refreshments were served in the Woods near the mansion and the decorations were most elaborate hundreds Chi Nese lanterns being used. The favors were from Philadelphia. Looks bad for Lenhart. The Lenhart murder trial at Lewis Burg is causing considerable excitement in that quaint Little town and the evidence thus far produced caused the people to think that a hanging will take place. The drawing the jury has been completed and the real Light for the prisoners life Lias started in Earnest. Lenhart while listening attentively to the testimony appears indifferent. James Scarlet esq., is one the prosecuting attorneys in this Case after october 1 the pity will be re distracted. With the Advent the new Carrier which will take place october 1st, Danville will enjoy a much improved mail service. Although it was Well known he the authorities Here that for some time past there was considerable dissatisfaction in certain localities regarding the tardy delivery mail matter it was not to until lately that the department at Washington could be convinced that such was the Case. About three weeks ago a fourth Carrier was ordered into service and Charles Peifer being the senior substitute received the appointment. The town has been re distracted and there will he considerable change in the routes the carriers. When the order goes into effect West Market and West Mahoning streets will be supplied Between the hours eight and nine instead Between 9 30 and 11 clock As is permitted by the present schedule. Gui Ieko a addition will have two deliveries a Day instead one and Bloom Street Between the Borough line and the a a Culvert will be included in the District also Railroad Street from the a a Culvert to the Borough line. A carriers window will he established at the Post office at certain hours yet to be decided upon residents will have the Opportunity inquiring for their mail the Carrier in their District thus doing away with the annoyance w waiting until the following Day for the delivery mail that arrived an evening train. Old Fly Brief mention the movement your friends and acquaintances. Surprise party last night. A pleasant Surprise party was tendered mrs. A. Yerrick at her Home North Mill Street last evening in Honor her 54th birthday. The following were present mesdames James Connelly James Rifle George Peifer James Frazier George i w Ell Sherwood Leefler George Yerrick Mccloud William Mcdonald George Lewis William Yerrick Murphy Jesse Lunger Shephard a. Yerrick Daniel Jacobs Martz Joseph Gill Scranton Maria Gay lace Cleveland o., and the misses Sherwood Lizzie Yerrick Ella Peifer Belle Riffle Gertrude Payton Nora Lefler and messes. George and hairy Yerrick. A pretty autumn wedding. The wedding miss Winifred Mayze new Baker and. Malcolm Laurie which was solemnized yesterday at St. Paul a m. E. Church was very largely attended. Promptly at noon the bridal party entered the Church. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Home the brides parents 107 West Mahoning Street Only the relatives the contracting parties being present. An excellent course dinner was served by caterer Daniel in. Heddins the mansion House. The House w As tastefully decorated with Laurel and wild Flowers. Or. And mrs. Laurie left the 2.21 p. R. R. Train ostensibly for Wilkes Barre hut in reality they went As far As Boyds station from which place they drove to Sunbury taking the evening train tor Philadelphia. Young pigeons make Good time. Out his Coop High bred homing pigeons w. I. Snyder one tin proprietors the Exchange hotel blooms Hurt brought 25 Young Birds to this City saturday morning and released them from the stables veterinary j. Kline about eleven clock. Although a Little slow in getting their hearings they made Good time and reached the Home Coop in 11 minutes Aud �5 seconds the time they spent circling in the upper air not being taken into consideration. This was Only the third trial Fly these Birds had been Given. Base Ball for fire sufferers. At present there is some talk a base Ball game to he played in this City for the Benefit the Turbotville fire sufferers Between a Tea i made up tie Best material Danville affords and the Strong a Watsontown team. Watsontown desires to play in this City but the Home players Are afraid that there is not enough interest taken Here in the National pastime to insure a profitable attendance. Entertained at dinner. Or. And mrs. E. C. Voris entertained Llie following at a six clock dinner saturday evening at their Home ferry Street . And mrs. A. L. Voris . And mrs. 15. Mccoy and sons William and Saul Reuben 15. Voris this City and Frank Trox ii Chicago. A party Danville Bessemer steel co. Officials who were in this City yesterday for a few hours were John Mcdonald a pres pro Tern and a member the 1 Board directors ii. N. Day treasurer and j. L. Barber connected with the Philadelphia office the spindle manufacturing co. The company recently formed in Thi City for the purpose manufacturing j the Weitzel safety Wagon skein has a Gani Zed the following officers having been elected at a meeting the Stock holders held in the grand jury room at the court House about two weeks since president f. Hartman Secretary John Eves treasurer John ii. Goeser Board directors f. Q. Hartman John Eves John ii. Go scr u. G. Smith and j. A. Weitzel. On monday oct. 15th application will he made at Harrisburg for a charter for the regulation and incorporation a company to be known a the a safety spindle and manufacturing the object is the manufacture Iron steel any other Metal any article Commerce from Metal Wood. Immediately the granting the charter the company expect to begin operations. Disturbed the neighbourhood. About three clock yesterday afternoon the usual serenity North Mill Street was rudely disturbed by a series ear piercing screams and shrieks mingled with curses which were uttered in a thin and High pitched feminine voice. The cause All this disturbance was a coloured woman who was either crazy intoxicated and w As parading along the Street vowing nil sorts vengeance some one who had evidently crossed her in some manner. Her name was not Learned nor was the Point at which she started the War path. At the i. L amp w. Crossing she seems to have disappeared and after that time nothing was heard concerning her although the police were the Lookout expecting a second performance. Purchased a farm. The George Washington Rishel farm situated along Bloom Road in Mahoning township was offered at Public Sale Friday afternoon. The bidding was not very brisk and it was knocked Down to . W. R. Paules this City the consideration being $4,350. This farm is an old land Mark and being in a fair state cultivation is considered a valuable Possession. After the farm was disposed a House and lot in w hich there is one acre and was sold for $303, the purchaser being Charles Didiel one the heirs. He saw the big p. Amp r. Wreck. A. W. Whitehead Philadelphia is a guest at the Home w m. Coddens West Mahoning Street. Or. Whitehead was the fireman the second Section the ill fated p. A r. Excursion train that was wrecked near Hatfield about two weeks since and was one the res cuing party that did such heroic work among the injured. Death an infant. The seven months old daughter and mrs. C. A. Confer died about 10 clock tuesday morning at the Home the parents in Kaseville. Interment will he made at the Straubi a Church grave Yard this morning at in clock. Miss Augusta Sweisfort and miss Mary Brown spent yesterday with friends at roaring Creek. Miss Cora Seidel Washingtonville and guest miss Adele Baker Phila Delphia called Oil friends in this City yesterday. Miss Mary James who has been visiting relatives in this City returned to her Home in Williamsport yesterday. A Squire Ellis lim Stoneville was a visitor in this City tuesday. Mrs. Elias Lyons returned yesterday from Luzerne where she had been called by the illness a relative. Miss s. W. Brown is attending the fall millinery openings in new York and Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. W. C. Runyon Washingtonville drove to this City yesterday. Most. M. Philips Washingtonville returned tuesday from a months visit in Wilkes Barre. Miss Bessie 11 Ess returned tuesday evening from a visit with friends i Bloomsburg. Mrs. F. Garsed will return to Philadelphia today after a visit with relatives in this City. She will he accompanied by her daughter mrs. Frank Woods. Thomas Cook Berwick was a visitor to this City tuesday. Mrs. Fred Rehus an and her Mother mrs. John Harris Youngstown it who Are visitors among relatives in this City returned yesterday from a trip to Wilkes Barre. Mrs. William Lyons and two Young sons Bellefonte Are guests at the Home James Scarlet esq., Mill Street. Mrs. Anna m. Robison Secretary the Philadelphia presbytery in Board missions is the guest miss Wilkins ferry Street. Miss Katharine Grove left saturday for Philadelphia where she will take up her residence with her Mother. Sisters Bernadette and fides have returned to Pittsburg after a visit at the Home William Shepperson . East front Street. George Patterson Philadelphia is a visitor at the Home his parents . And mrs. Theodore Patterson Northumberland Street. Miss Abigail Patterson has returned from an extended visit with friends in Philadelphia. Miss Maggie Barrett Morris Plains n. J., arrived Home saturday night for a visit with her Mother Railroad Street. Miss Margaret Mcfadden blooms Burg was a guest Over sunday at the Home James f. Dougherty Northumberland Street. Miss can in Moyer visiting friends in this City. Or. And mrs. F. I. Bare Philadelphia Are guests at the Home Justice j. 1. Bare lower Mullberry Street. Rev. S. B. Evans pastor the methodist Church Milton was the guest monday Rev. O. 4. Heck Centre Street. Mrs. James a. A id red picture rocks has returned Home after a visit with her daughter mrs. Henry Reipe Walnut Street. Mrs. Emilia Marks left Friday for a visit among relatives in Easton. F. 1. Howe arrived in town Friday from Philadelphia. Mrs Frank 15. Keiner returned Friday from a visit with friends in Wilkes Barre. Miss Mary Gartland returned Friday from a visit among friends in Williamsport. Miss Kate Waters Shamokin is visiting relatives in this City. Miss Bessie Johnson and Harry Johnson Shickshinny Are guests at the Home Harry Hart. West Mahoning Street. Mrs. Harry Mottern is visiting relatives in Nanticoke. Or. And mrs. Z. Taylor Rickards Philadelphia Are guests at the Home w. Ii. Ammer Iuan Mill Street. Mrs. Samuel Goldsmith returned last evening from a visit in Bloomsburg. Charles Fisher South Danville called friends in Catawissa last evening. Or. S. Y. Thompson returned from Chicago last evening. Mrs. Hugh Glen Murray forty fort is a visitor at the Cou Arl Homestead East Market Street. Mrs. F. M. Poricr. los Angel California is the guest miss sue Miller. East Market Street. Mrs. William Davis and miss Jennie Alexander left yesterday afternoon to visit friends in Williamsport. Or. Ami mrs. Norris j. Sechler. Of Calumet mich., ure visiting the former s parents . And mrs. Levi Sechler grand Street miss Simington has returned from a visit in Sunbury. Mrs. C. A. Long attended a wedding in Berwick last evening. William lot Drin Kaseville trans acted business in this City yesterday i d Manley Philadelphia who is a business visitor in ibis Eirv made a trip to Sunbury yesterday. Or James Oglesby was in attendance yesterday at a meeting the mate medical l v it likes sure two years old daughter Hurley Baylor Drauk Fly Poison. From the effects a Quantity try Poison which she drank monday night at the Home her parents in Mahoning township Anna the two and a half years old daughter . And mrs. Hurley Baylor is now exceedingly ill. Several Days ago a Large Saucer water in w hich was steeped a piece Poison paper used for the purpose kill ing flies was placed in the living room the Baylor Home. On monday evening Little Anna was left alone for a few Uio ments and during that Short space time Thech Iid drained the contents the Saucer containing the Poison. On re entering the room mrs. Baylor noticed that something unusual ailed her daughter and later was horrified when she noticed the empty Saucer and became aware the cause . Paules was sent for at once and his arrival he administered an emetic which was timely and proved so effect uni Attiat the child was soon pronounced out danger. Although still far from Well from the effects her unpleasant experience Little Anna was reported resting comfortably tuesday evening. Jewish holy Days. The first Day Tishri 5061, will fall this year monday sept. 24. This is the jewish new year and tie ginning at Sunset the preceding evening Ushers in the series fall holy Days known As the High holy Days in the jewish Calendar. Ushii Lashana is observed with special services an impressive character. In most synagogues the service is opened with the blowing the shofar rams Horn in accordance with time honoured custom. There Are special must Cal features in the reformed synagogues Aud appropriate sermons Are delivered from the pulpits. Yom kippur which follows the new year is the Moat solemn and important holy Day in the jewish Calendar. It is the Day atonement and is observed by jews throughout the world us the great Fust Day. In most pulpits appeals for the support jew ish charities Are made this Day and Large sums Are annually collected for the poor in this Way. At b Mii Zion Temple the Rev. Adolph Meyer will conduct special ver vices commencing sunday evening sept. 23rd. A ladies Quartetti will furnish special music. These Are very strictly observed by the jewish people in this City. Prize contest at the knitting Mill. The leaders the 71ii pay in the prize contest at the Danville knitting null Are As follows full automatic stripers Lizzie Ilenie $13.43. Brinton machines Kate f teacher $10.90. Scott and Williams n machines Mau la Ltd Oss $11.80. , Cecelia Tren s. $12 55. Winders Kate Mullen. $0.54. Toppers first prize Henry scram $6.90. Second prize Alice Trainor. $0 00. Third prize Mary oescher.$5.58 Kate Ilenie $5.58, and Frank Sectler. $5.5. Fourth prize. Frances Oswald $5.53 Annie i Javett $5.53. Fifth prize Hattie Davis $5 4�� Marv be Lemyk $5.40. The contestants have made in excellent showing within the past two weeks Pic Nice at Billmeyer spark. In a party picnic Era who were driven to Billmeyer spark Washingtonville yesterday were Rev. Ulrich and wife d. A. Montgomery and Boyer and wife mesdames j. Mince Uio yer d. C. Jones jr., w. Font. W Fetterman a. Kennmer w. Wert Sun t. Swank a. C. Re at David Haring i Moyer t. Johns i. Marshall George Hendricks. W. Broa Citi misses h Ila Lunger Kate Hendricks Priscilla Jones mrs. Base Philadelphia mrs. Tims. Aten Baltimore mrs. Or. Stoddard Scranton miss Ida Knerr Washington d. C. Mill resumed operations. The break Down in the engine at Howe it Polk s Mil has been repaired. Monday morning the structural tubing department resumed operations in full. That concern now has sufficient orders ahead to keep running for a consider Able length time. A new set Gates Are being erected in place the ones that were knocked Down some time ago by an tiny rally High Box Caras it was passing along the i. Wjk r. Railroad siding Over Market Street. Died Membranous Cron p. Catherine the Tive Vears old daughter . And mrs Charles Pam Oast died yesterday afternoon about one clock after an illness but Twenty hours the Little girl had taken a severe Rokl tuesday which rapidly developed into Membranous croup. The funeral will lie held Friday afternoon at 2 clock from St. Josephus Church. Interment in St Joseph s cemetery. A a w list water Consumers. Secretary the Board water 4 oat Nti shiners san Wei a. Mccoy and water superintendent Peter j Keefer Are at present busily engaged in making a re Vised list inventory can outliers using the Borough water this inventory is taken every two mrs Ami it requires about Sia week to compleat. A t Job printing the office tiie american erg furnished with a Large Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally that publisher announces to the Publ that lie is prepared at Ali times to execute m the neatest manner Job printing fall kinds and description. Of get our prices before placing your orders. V. Ii. I. A. W the following orders will be carried out a a v. It is expected that the improvements now being Acde at the y. M. C. I building will be completed by left Tower 1st. At that time All lines work will be begun and continued during the win ter. The regular monday evening Bible Clas will hold its first session october 1st, at h clock. The boy Bibie Law will meet in Lay evening october that 7 clock. The Imlay morning Bible hum. Sunday october 7tb. At 9 clock. The gymnasium classes will be a Day evening a s t Iber 1st,at clock that there May be no misunderstand my. And in the Liest interest All concerned the following order things will prevail and parents and guardians Are kindly requested to assist the Man age sent in their fulfilment. Boys under to years age will not in allowed in the building at the following times Viz after 8 clock p. M. A during Winter months. Saturdays after 12 clock. At recess Peri it a la durings Hooi term. Thi it restriction has become an Abnee Lute Nelt it it owing to the growing demands for men. Those desiring gymnasium privileges meat pay the full amount it rash Down upon a late the ticket Isis Ned. Membership Noil a it is to la distinctly understood that from a Art. I. I those who Are not paid up in full will he debarred from Anvi Leges. Locker rent must also he paid. Second. Those renewing upon the Pur tial payment plan and who in Rwy to take advantage the gymnasium Privi Leges will Lee oblige i to pay $2 Down Cash and thereafter 111 cents per week fir 30 consecutive Weeka. These conditions have i Wen firm upon the y m. U. A. And will tie pout Lively enforced Irres a Active whom it May effect. It was a quarrel Over Money matter. Unstable f. W. Williaam Yort arrived in this City Friday morning for the per pee escorting to William sport Manley m. It hell a who was arrested in this City wednesday evening n warrant charging him with tour Derous assault the person >4 George w. Gwen both Gwen Ami Heifer Are residents Wil iams a Ort and have Al ways Len Friendly terms until the altercation. It is said by friends fiercer that the real cause the fight was a dispute Over Money matters. The informant Sart shelter state i that he had an agreement with it twi u whereby the latter was to pay him a commission All Stork the Federal Zinc am l Ead company that he a shelter would sell would find a customer for. Thi Friend then goes to state that a Heifer secured customers to buy store enough to run his commission up to $7-5. This amount he continued shelter was trying to get when the fight secured. Gwen rated at a Lieffert a House to make a settlement and the Friend alleges wanted infer to accept Stork in the company for the Money that was due bin. Shelter wanted the Cash As is alleged to have Leen Promise him and As he wanted i leave town the St a cd would it have been much service to him. After Strong words had been used by both men. Sheyfer. It is allege struck Gwen Ontl a head with a Hammer. Constable Tepori and his prisoner left Friday at 4 Chi a for Vii Iiams port a strange disease attacks fowls. A saw prof the owner fowls Dit rent kids in this City Are completely dismayed Over the great losses Thev have sustained lately from the ravages a disease the exact nature which has not vet Leen determined Benjamin boo Knoller. Who usual i v Haw a Fine lot barn Yard fowl and Pigeon at his Home North Mill Street rep was that during last week he i get vent seven ducks and i Large number pigeons and John Book Miller. First Street claims to have suffered the Low Over sixty fowl. The majority these were Chicken the remainder let no in up ducks and pigeons a Vork Olill the losses have also been heavy and the disease seems to be spreading to i Terr ent parts the town. The first symptom As notice by the Roo Kanlier Brothers is a Lav Ness it the Muscles the neck which allows the head to drum it a almost to the Groin Jnet previous to death which a Ornes about it in How after the disease Eta in one remarkable Peru Haritov about the Etc cts ,4 it is that a so Ken As the victim give its last gasp the Feather Alt become Loose and should the a lend Bird be Given the least Jar Thev will fall it an til it Ltd a it is As though it had been band Picher for Sale in the Market. No effectual run Edv has been Fps in for the a list ase and owner Fly a is that have become affected Beer woe it sri a Trig Al in their attempts to Essiw so death . Gilbert Vena. A was receive in Thi Colv tuesday the death at Kun t Iky. Mielz. Of mrs Kitty widow Fogil Lwft Vori. Fee us de w v no was a former resident a inv a my a in try in Law m is is Reuben k and f. 4.5 Vara ferry a treet. Or v we was about 1 rears at age the first trait. Farly Riser Vemer Dav warning to a a head Var Ste teenage the Earth an i

Search All Newspapers in Danville, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Danville Montour American Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Danville Montour American?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection