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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american. It Ank c. Angle proprietor. Danville. Pa., sept. 27, real state ticket. Por governor Edwins St Art. Of Philadelphia. Por lieutenant governor kit Hikko s my Kph of Cambria por auditor general. Imbert k Young. Of Tinga. I or Secretary of internal affairs. Henky hol c k. Of Lebanon Republican county ticket. Por Congress e w. Samuel. Por president judge Charles it Evans por associate judge Charles a Wagner por representative Ralph Kisser por sheriff d c Williams. Por jury commissioner Henry Kern substantial Correct tie m solely for the Benelly in the 1 is interests of the people of this Siai. Applause will guard the Peoples interests. "1 have had in years gone by if you will Pardon the personal allusion some exp Eriom e in treating with a legislation wanted he Eor it orations. Liat record Lias been made and it is a part of the history of my native City and can tie inquired into by any Man or set of men who desire to do so. And you will find that in my Public record in dealing with corporations my and Only desire and my ultimate purpose has always been to see that the interests of the people i represented and whom i was elected to represent were properly legally and honestly taken care of and protected without attempting to destroy or to tear Down. 1 have promised that if elected governor of Pennsylvania the interests of the people will lie safeguarded and taken rare of in every Legal and proper Way that lies in my chairman Andrews of the Republican state committee has planned to have the gubernatorial candidate and his colleagues speak today tuesday at in the evening tomorrow wednesday they will be in Smethport in the afternoon and in Bradford in the evening on Friday they will visit Tionesta. Forest Conn to in the afternoon and Warren in the evening. Saturday. September 29, will be spent in Titusville in the afternoon. And Frio in the evening. Vitality the main thing. Given to Hon. E. W. Samuel by editor and congressman from Pynx Stawney. A a following if i hat Hon w 1 Smith. In Zuur of Congress from the a a 1111 a dirt Trot of Pennsylvania and editor of the Pynx Stawney spirit says Al amt or Samuel a it the people of the sixteenth a a a tigress Botial District t of Pennsylvania exercise the right kind of discrimination there will be no doubt of the re election of lion Hon k a Samuel of mount Carmel or Samuel possesses All the a anal it inst desirable in a Good representative he is genial. Energetic and paid taking with the helpful disposition that makes it to pleasure for him Todo anything within his Power to a Comino Date a a a Misti neut or a fellow representative. His record in Congress is one of which his constituents should feel proud he was faithful to every duty. He to a kit Metal Delight in serving the old of Liers of i Quot District and showed Lilily Elf to be a True Friend of the Salvor ing people for which lie was spa Cia by a a Mim ended by the president of the amen an federation of la Ivor Samuel tamper. That the usefulness and in. It Nev of such a Man is bound to increase in proportion to his term of service no intelligent Man need Ive reminded. Every voter in that District who believe in Theodore Roosevelt and de ires to strengthen the Arm of the president should vote for or. Samuel hut Independent of All this and upon his own us it int. As an Able efficient and con a a mentions representative or. Samuel ought to in returned a to the House of representatives by a largely increased majority. We la believe he will be. Republican nominee for the people As against the corporations. For a two cent rate of fare he leaves no room to doubt his position in his Many speeches on i tour of the counties. Spelt nil correspondence Harrisburg so pm 25. Reports rec. Ived Here from every r it in the Tat indicate a growing a Ntim it in favor of the entire Republican ticket. Visitors he re during the last few a it from the sections visit isl by by win s Stuart and i if colleagues on the it pull ii an ticket in their tour of the stale report that or Stuart has been making a very favourable impression with the Oters he is Stan it King squarely upon the party platform and his and manner clearly show that he is honest in his pledges to give the Peop i a Toul amp a adm Nistra Rinn to ii that orations Hall obey Ibe Law and that they shall a t a ii Roa h upon the rights of Indi Vida Ltd Lis Riml Nate against any on and rial they shall be obliged to Gie a fair return to the state and the i pm Lor tin franchises which they lib v or Stuart Points to his record made a my or of p Iila Lephia in the treat Iii id Trp i it ions. Where he Bra in a by insisting that the Street should give the City value privileges which they enjoy. Y the Tux i in that one me meant the payment of Neil. The Street railways for the All re rail for to his s fight Lions paving of streets which they would 1 in. Kept in their treasuries or distributed Iii eng their stockholders. Or Stuart is committed to Tho Ena to it of legislation making two cent. I maximum rate Ltd of care on rail a Al Ami for the creation of a commission which Hall have super i. N Over the railroads of the state. For a Square Deal. In a r a it it speech or Stuart said \1 i h has been said upon the question of a and i desire to May that i hav not gone through the Tat tearing Down upsetting and de a proving a up nations. Because my Prim i pie and my ideas Are that they a Lingo Law common farriers Railroad companies All who May Riv. Special privileges must la com polled to exercise those privileges fairly and squarely upon a Square Deal to every Man in every part of the state. There should not he one rat for fat be Man and another rate for somebody else hut they must All he treated As equal. Air to the Republican platform. I stand absolutely and Una so Rve Fly upon it Ami will do everything in my Power and i know that in. Lying that i also Spak tor my Quot a a Rue. To bring about such legislation that will Correct according to Law and evils we Mav have and to la Hus it in ii in i Shroi inti. Lint the other fellow die. Two men undergo operations of the same character in a Hospital. The Samo surgeon does the work. The conditions Are identical. Equal care is exercised in each operation and each is successfully performed. Vet one Man recovers the other Dies. It it a then is a tre Kiuei Idiz is business pressure which docs not let ii a for months. It puts the men under a terrible Strain. One Man goes to pieces and his business is wrecked lie cannot keep the Pace he loses control of himself. Iii rival has no better brains than la perhaps not so Good yet he pulls through successfully. We say that there is a difference in vitality that one Man has More of it than tin other. I once saw a Man in a Hospital who was suffering from five fatal discuss and yet he would not die. He had kept on living year after year in spite of everything la refused to succumb we find tin same thing illustrated every Day in a Shipwreck there Are men who seem to give up their lives without a struggle without any Power to resist others cling to an open raft for Days without food almost Frozen constantly whipped by the Waves but for some reason or other they survive. The vitality in them 1� Strong. Notice How rapidly and surely one Mau recovers himself after a nervous breakdown while another drags along through years of Send invalid ism. Notice the results upon two men of a Long cold drench of rain. One of them comes Down with pneumonia the other suffers no ill effects. How is it to be explained id has a Reserve somewhere an inner Power of resistance an aggressive something that will not be downed. We Call it vitality. A Man can to have a More valuable asset than that. It Means Joy instead of dumps Success instead of failure life perhaps instead of death. Luther h. Poulick m. I�., in world s work. Second trial of Peter Dietrich continued from first Page 1 tin a Lorrn dinner. A medical journal complains that the modern dinner has become an extremely depressing affair and that so far from being a feast of reason and a flow of soul tin conversation is a Mere interchange of symptoms details of operations or the advantages of this or that cure. Such topics evidently Are not provocative of remarks that set the table in a Roar nor do they tend to promote the Good digestion which should wait on appetite. Indeed there is Little appetite for digestion to wait upon. The dainties of menus is disregarded when the diners Are under n regime and courses pass untouched while a hinders Are openly stirred into win glasses. I Ollo ulna directions a. Jones had been quite 111. One Day the doctor called and found him in a Bathtub. A Why. Man Are you crazy you must be anxious to a no i aint a protested poor Jones a but did no to you say that your inst Medicine was to be taken in water a a London answers. Ways of the Arab. When mid my it mid Clif to Mien Ltd to in i Lyra. A there is one Peculiar distinction Between Arab men and women in a1 writes a traveler a and it May be considered As some proof of the do Grnde a position of the latter. When an Arab is ill he goes to his doctor and Arab doctors whether deservedly of not have a High reputation. Hut when an Arab woman is ill she May not Coult t a Medico. She must go to the to. About who is half Saint and halt magician. He docs not retail Medl Elm but lie utters a number of prayers and then he writes one or More of them on a bit of paper giving it to the patient with injunctions to Chew it and Swallow it lie also supplies a Little holy water out of a bottle and the woman goes away fully believing Thal she will recover. A it has been said that the arabs Del not Respet their dead in cause they have ii a enclosed Rem Terles and because they select for the Graves of their nearest an a Dearest solitary spots removed from their places of Encampment. Hut Ilii Pareti c May be explained by Othet arses than absence Ltd respect or of feet Ion for the or dead. The task of preparing the body for the grave is us Way i red by the members Ltd tin family themselves and in Accord knee with tin Koran it is most care fully w i i in pure water he for being Cut a. Gin a to tin ground. Then the pot f the household is broken Over to i. In tin desert or on tie Steppe i1 living of the body isolated a a seems to typify naturally its pre a in before tin infinite and tie eternal. A in Joy As in grief tin Arab generally conceals his feelings behind a proud reset of but on Ttye occasions of tin pork i 1 fantasias he throws aside tin mask and in Eul it tin True Man tin Date Itig. A St plating a my shouting go on for hours until tax delirium in is with tin it Ilia listion of the participants. A fantasia in the desert la avos a curious Iii Ziou of Sioui unreality on in i. I i. But it is tin one occasion on which Stern sail looking Arab cutting i hauteur comes Forth As the to a of Kin-1 lad certainly y a no. Mum Fon my Ali i n n a Robin. Here Gla of water. I can Flint i ramp i a , in Iron Cou Stith water v. Ould rust it. 1 hit him a and before tie physician bad time to respond Dietrich added a a old i know just below the Eye where 1 aimed at. A at 10 j0 of clock tin Commonwealth rested. Or. Ikeler explained that tax witnesses on the Commonwealth s Side embraced All the Eye witnesses of the shooting and that tin testimony had been very fully presented. In View of i this and the fact that the defendant was in such a nervous and highly wrought condition at the time of tin shooting As to be hardly a competent witness the defense bad resolved to offer no testimony in the Case. It was then 10 25 of clock and the court after consulting with tin attorneys in order that tin addresses to the jury might follow each other without any interruption decided to adjourn court and reconvene at i of clock instead of at 2.tin usual after noon hour. After court convened at 1 of clock Hon. Ii. M. Hinckley for the com Moil weal Ali went to the jury. The address which lasted nearly an hour Ami a half covered the ground in its a n Tiret a and ranked with tin most Etyc Tive efforts of or. Him icy a lift lie declared that the evidence dearly showed malice and motive that when Dietrich brought out the revolver lie intended to use it and that tax theory of Accident in Tho premises was not tenable. He claimed that the pistol did not go off accidentally As before if could be discharged it was necessary to draw tax Hammer Back to full position which in itself showed that Dietrich intended to shoot. Lie emphasized this Point very Stingly. La quoted the evidence fully to show that Dietrich not Only when he made damaging admissions but also Wax a lie did tax shooting was perfectly rational and knew Flint to was about. He held that All the evidence justified verdict of murder in the first degree at 2 45 Hon. Fred Ikeler went to the jury for the defense. Or. Lukel cry a id dress was likewise a Verv Able and eloquent Effort. In beginning to paid fim tribute to the ability eloquence ind persuasive Powers of or. 11 a Nek Ley. In this Case said he was not if raid of the evidence but lie admit 1 lie was a afraid of judge Htiek he dwelt upon tax Dit in t Imit to made in the killing Ltd of a human being and lie said we have advanced beyond the old mosaic principle of an Eye for an Eye a tooth for a tooth. He infilled murder As when a Man in tax blackness of Bis heart with malice aforethought and with a set determination lies in wait for a human being to take his life and denied that any of the elements Are pre Cut in diet riches Case he held that there was no murder in any of its degrees nor even manslaughter in the Cash on trial. He held that Dietrich was i tax verge of delirium Kremens and reviewed tax i device dwelling upon his excited state to show that he was wholly irrational both when he did tax shooting and when be made tax admissions in jail. Or. Ikeler held that if Dietrich is guilty it All he is guilty Only of involuntary manslaughter which in his Case would imply a careless and reckless use of a weapon. He denounced the indictment which profits Only murder in one of its degrees or voluntary manslaughter. Many in the audience were moved to tears while or. Ikeler with the wonderful eloquence at his command Drew a graphic and pathetic picture to show How tax Pri Soner has suffered in his varied experiences Sinee the tragedy and that lie has already been punished sufficiently for the slight Legree in which hex May he . Ikeler spoke for an hour and a halt. Judge Evans immediately followed with his charge to tax jury. He explained the Law applicable to the Case very fully and his charge was very favourably commented on. Judge murder in the first degree murder ill Tho second degree and voluntary manslaughter. To constitute murder in the first degree the killing must he with malice which Means any attempt to kill or do any great bodily harm. It must be shown that the attempt to take life was wilful and deliberate following previously formed intent. In second degree murder felonious Lipomi Cido is committed but without any deliberate attempt to take life. Manslaughter is a still lesser degree where there is unlawful and felonious kill ing of another without malice expressed or implied. Should the jury be in doubt whether the defendant is guilty of murder in the first or the second degree he is to have tax Benefit of that doubt and the verdict must he the lower of the two degrees. Intoxication is no excuse for murder in the first degree. Intoxication however May Decloud the mind precluding malice and design bringing the crime in some eases Dow u to second degree murder. When a Pierson. However becomes intoxicated la or the purpose of committing murder and the killing of another follows it is murder in the first degree. If tax jury believes that the defendant was intoxicated when he killed Jones it is for them to determine whether lie was intoxicated to the extent that lie could not form a design or plan deliberately to commit the act. If lie was not so deeply intoxicated then his intoxication Niu to go for naught. If the jury believes that join s came to his death through tax accidental discharge of a pistol in the hands of Dietrich it is then its duty to acquit him. To show whether the shooting was accidental or not tax Burden of proof must rest with the the jury therefore May arrive at one of four verdicts murder in tax first degree murder in the a Gree voluntary manslaughter and a not guilty. A a at 4 30 of clock tie Case was Given to Tho jury. There were no other Commonwealth cases for trial. At the last moment it was decided to i continue tax two civil uits Oil Tho list which left tin court without any further Busic a except what relates to tax Dietrich homicide Case. The grand jurors Wen a i Scharg eel during yesterday not Erin on last evening the travers jurors except tax sitting on the Dietrich Case were charged and court adjourned. An ordinance. Authorizing requiring and pro Viii Engfor the grading paving and Macada Mizing of that por tinn of Mill Street in the Dor Ough of Danville county Pennsylvania from the Northern building line of Centre Street to a Point where the township of Mahoning forms the Northern Boundary line of the said Borough and further authorizing and empowering the said Borough to contract with the said state for such purpose also requiring the owners of property fronting on such portion of suchs treet to change the foot walks and to set the curbs thereof so As to conform thereto and press Riv ing the penalty for such own. Eros failure or refusal so to do and for other purposes in the premises. Whereas the to Rouglin of Danville through its town Council by proper ordinance in such specific a Elolf duly enacted purposes to Grade pave and Macada Mize that portion of Mill Street in the said to Rouglin from Tho Northern building line of Center Street to a Point where the township of Mahoning forms the Northern Boundary line of tax said to Rouglin and to require the owners of property fronting on such portion of such Street to change Tho sidewalks and to set the curbs thereof so As to conform thereto and whereas the said to Rouglin of Danville is about to enter into a certain proposed contract w Ith tax said state of Pennsylvania for such grading paving Ami Macada Mizing at such Grade or grades in such proportions or sections at Sun i proper Liuato joint expense and in accordance with such maps plans and specifications respectively As May he by them determined upon in the respective premises. And we Kokkas the said town Council of the said to Rouglin has already Given due and Legai Public police of its aforesaid purpose has heard a i Ull Obj a a scions thereto at a place and time fixed therein and therefor and has also in All other respects fully a a implied w Ith the Law preliminary to a the enactment of a Legal or finance in tax premises Section 1. Therefore he it ordained and enacted by the chief Burgess and by the town Council of tax to Rouglin of Danville in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania in Council assembled and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of tax same that All of that certain portion of m 11 Street in the said to Rouglin of Danville in the said county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania from the Northern building line of Center Street in the third Ward of tax said to Rouglin to that certain Point in the said sire t w Here the township of Mahoning in Tho said county forms tax Northern Boundary line of the said to Rouglin including Street and Alley intersections eastward Ami Westward to the Eastern and Western building lines of said Mill Street within the limits and Termini aforesaid throughout its entire Width he properly graded paved with vitrified paving bricks and macadamia de respectively and that the said Borough of Danville by and through its chief Burgess and its Secretary shall enter into a written contract with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by and through its state Highway commissioner and his chief clerk for the said Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to thus Grade pave with vitrified Brick and Macau Amie respectively All Ltd that said portion of the said Street at such Grade or grades in such proportions or sections upon such foundation at such proportionate joint expense of the said to Rouglin and Commonwealth and in accordance with such a is. Plans and specifications respectively As May by them the said Borough and Commonwealth be determined upon in the respective premises. Section 2. That for the purpose of further effectuating the aforesaid purposes and completing the above de scribed improvements the respective owner or owners of lot or lots of ground property or properties fronting on the said portion of the said Street Art hereby required solely at their own individual and personal Cost and expense to Widen raise or depress. Grade pave repave and repair the respective sidewalks in front of such respective lot or lots of ground property or properties and to place replace set reset construct repair and maintain the respective curbs at the Edge of such rest Yective Shl walks next to the said portion of the said Street with Good solid hard Freo Stone and which said curbs for uniformity of effect and Utility of purpose shall he precisely tax same color and kind of Stone As that which is now use for such purpose on tax improved portion of the said Street such curbs shall also he Tive inches in thickness at the toil at least Twenty four inches in depth at least four and one half feet in length per St one shall he smoothly dressed on the top and on the outside therefrom at least eight inches shall he pitched off on the inside to a neat line to a uniform depth of three inches so As to permit the adjacent sidewalk to fit up closely 1�?o such curbing and that All of such curbing shall he firmly imbedded in a Concrete foundation of at least eight inches in thickness and shall he so set constructed and maintained in All i other respects As to strictly conform w Ith tax curbing of the adjacent prop erties As Well As with the curbing of tax improved portion of tax same Street. Skotion j. That the standing committee of tax said town comic i 1 on streets and Bridges in conjunct with the Boro cd Surveyor shall pre pare and furnish subject to tax adopt Tiomi by the said town Council and tax approval by tax said chief Burgess prop a detailed and Complete plans Specif locations with the necessary Grade for All such widening raising or depressing grading paving repaving and repairing of such sidewalks and for the placing replacing setting resetting construction repairing and maintenance of such curbs respectively Section 1. That the said com j m it toe on streets and Bridges in con Junction with tax Borough Surveyor i Montour and Street commissioner of the said Borough and All of whom shall at All times he subject to Tho direction and control of said town Council shall have full charge direction and and Over All such widening raising or depressing grading paving repairing and repaving of All such sidewalks As Well As of All such placing. Replacing setting reset ing construction repairing Aud maintenance of All such curbs Renji actively Section 5. That on Tho neglect or refusal of such respective owner or owners of lot or lots of ground property or properties to thus Widen raise or depress Grade pave repave and repair such respective sidewalks or to thus place replace set reset co n struck repair and maintain such respective curbs in the manner and with tax materials herein before provided Ami required and to with All other regulations requirements and duties in the premises for a period of thirty Days after such maps plans and Grade therefore and a written notice requiring such paving and curbing to he thus clone and performed shall have been duly Given to such respective owner or owners of lot or lots of ground pro a Perty or properties then and in either of such events the said to Rouglin of Danville shall immediately after tax expiration of tax said period of thirty Days cause All such widening. Raising or depressing grading paving repaving and repairing of All such sidewalks As Well As All such placing replacing setting resetting const i net ing repairing and paiute Nance of All such curbs respectively to he done performed and provided at the sole individual and personal Cost and expense of sue i defaulting owner or owners As aforesaid and that the said Borough of Danville shall collect the Cost thereof and ten per centum additional together with All charges Aud of a x�4n-4 from such defaulting owner or owners and shall file a municipal Lien therefore against Sun it lot or lots a of ground pro a try or properties in Acton Laue with tax provisions of tax act of Assembly in such specific behalf made and provided. Skotion a a that All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent w Ith or contrary to the provisions of this Oral Iannce Are Lierz by repealed so tar As i in y relate to the above described Portia in of Mill Street Only. Approved the 1 Stii a Lay. Of August a i. I my. Yil Jam j Rogers it Hief Burgess. Attest Harry b. Hatton Secretary of the Borough of Danville. Arraigned for larceny of scrap verdict for or. Pierce against the ladies Home journal. Grand jury alike in Onk Kos plot. There i it i it one respect in which Many of tax cities Aud towns of resemble Sliester the Chester times being tax judge. It remark Quot a two do not know that there is too much religion in Chester hut it is fact that we have too Many religious associations or societies. There Are a number of cases in this City Oliero if two or three of the societies or associations would unite in one association it would he much utter All you will find it a hard Job to undertake to persuade the chief promoters of the Little starving societies that your View is the Correct one. A the Ireat sept Illier 15, 1�hm�. One of tax most remarkable stories written in i vent times Ami which will create a big sensation will begin in tajik a sunday brass pm september j h a the Ireat so a ret. By k. Phillips Oppenl Eini. Is one of t la Best stories that has Ever been published in any newspaper and As the sunday a mss a Basset a Stan a Lar l of excellence in this respect this new Story will he looked a for with great interest. During the past year the Phila Delphia sunday press Lias printed a great serial Story by cd Onan Doyle which was received we Atli tre Membris interest and a Sophy of Kra Voida a by Anthony Hope also attained tremendous popularity. Immense sums a a a Money Are paid for these stories and they Are Sec lire a Frank Lynn Joseph Reed Charles Ashton and William Mccann who pleaded guilty to the larceny of Iron were arraigned before court yesterday hut in Trio Case of each sentence was suspended. Joseph Fahey a detective of Tho j. L. Amp w. Railroad company who caused the arrest of the men. Was present and explained to the court All the air Cums Taucci of tax Case. I the night of june Ord. Last lie said the defendants entered a car of tax j. L. W. Company on a siding Here and relieved it of a Large Quantity of scrap consigned to Curry amp company. The men in said had pleaded guilty and the goods had been recovered. Some of the men had Large families while others previously bore Good reputations in View of which it had been prearranged to ask that sentence be suspended. The District attorney offered no objection to this hut stated that lie believed that the ends of Justice would he fully Subserve by suspending sentence. Judge Evans told the men that to could Send each of them to the Penitentiary for Throe years hut that he had decided to act upon suggestion and suspend sentence. He reminded each however that the matter was not settled finally hut if either of them should to guilty of misconduct the District attorney could bring him into court on a Bench warrant when the penalty for the present offence would to imposed on them. Tendered his resignation. \ lock Haven janitor Handl d in his re Nix i i i a a ays an up River Exchange. When Haskeil what was tax trouble lie said 44 i m honest and wont stand being slurred. If i find a Pencil or handkerchief bout the school 1 hang it up. Every Little while tax teacher or some one that is too cowardly to face me gives me a a in what Way a asked the officer. 44 Why a Little Whilo ago 1 saw written on Tho Hoard find the common Well i looked from the Collar to Garret and i know the thing if i met it on the Street. What made me quit my Job last night in big writing on the Ida k Hoard it said 4find the greatest common divisor. A Well 1 says to myself both of them darn things Are lost now ill he blamed for swiping Mem so ill quit. A Pix re is More in ii Irr i Lull is s a t i a entry Tolian All a it to lib re la seas Sill ?4ith�r Ltd until Llis last few years was supposed to in in eural a Jerreat Many years doctors a Al la a Lam Al disease and press Nley a in Al remedies and i a constantly failing a a Are with local try atm it. Pronounced it in a a lir Alile. Scleain a Lias proven Catarrh to in a it it ust it it coital disease and therefore rom juices a a institutional treatment. Halls Catarrh i tin manufacturer by k. J. Cleney it co. Toledo Oldo is the Only constitutional cure in the Market. It is taken internally in loses from 10 drops to a the Asp mgt Ful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of in system. The Olte Rof one Hundred dollars a any Case it Falls to Cun. Semi for circulars and to St Lynx it nyals. Ai Elress. K. a a co., Toledo o. Did by 1 druggists price75c. I it Mittle h a ii k h sin ill 1111 ire the sending truth after a lie. It is an old Maxim that Quot a lie will travel seven leagues while truth is getting its Boot on Quot and no doubt hundreds of thousands of Good people Road the unwarranted and malicious attack upon or. It. V. Pierce and his favorite prescription Quot published in the May 1h04 number of the ladies Home journal with it great Black display headings who never saw the Humble groveling retraction with its inconspicuous heading published two months later. It was boldly charged in the slanderous and libellous article that or. Pierce s favorite prescription fair the cure woman a weaknesses and ailments contained alcohol Aud other harmful ingredients. Or. Pierce promptly brought suit against the publishers of the ladies Home journal for f2u0,0u0,00damages. Or. Pierce alleged that or. Bok tax editor maliciously published the article containing such Falso and defamatory matter wet of the intent of injuring his business furthermore that no alcohol or other Vij rious or habit forming drugs or it vere contained in his Quot a it Long that said Medicin fun native medicinal roots and no harmful ingredients what l that or. A Loki a malicious stat it were wholly and absolutely false. A a if the retraction or line they a it lore to Fri jux Jim i bad obtained Dinah u the action in the supreme court hut tie business of or. Pierce was greatly injured by the publication of tin ill jealous article with it sign at display headings while Hundred it f thousands who read the wickedly defamatory article never saw the Humble groveling retraction set in Small Type and a made a Lnu a in Spla us it us us Job to Sil it la. The matter was. However nun rat by in us n jury in tie supp i a court a it of no w York state who a promptly rendered a verdict in tint doctor fa\-.r. 2bus his Traduce is Cam Togie of and Ihu or Ose Al amp and Oft wore refuted. Rio tax Ilo Norahle judge of Tho court of Thiart r sessions of Montour Conn to the grail jury having to formed its duty a promptly As pm uni Rix would permit de Iros to report As Fol lows after having acted on Hills presented we ins if he the Coil it House prison and county Bridge and we recommend tax following repairs at tax court House we find that one of the Heaters needs Rej pairing the Steps at Tho rear of said building should a Quot contented and a new Ruiling should i placed there. We also rec Minuend a new slate roof and tin Val Ley it on said building. We recommend that the county commissioners at once Pun base new deed Aud mortgage in lines for tax Register Aud recorders office. At tax prison we find every thing to he in firs class Eom lotion. At tax count Bridge pinning the Susquehanna rive i we find on the South Side of nent a plot of ground owned joint by Montour Aud Northumberland Cut. Cities and we re it omit Enid tix punch ing at a nominal Price of that part belonging to said a ounts. Pumpkin pi�8 sign a i i kill n i in Rote Foreman it a Gimal a syrup cd naively for a the Philadelphia sunday you cannot read them in any other Way they Are not published in Book form. Be sure and get 4 the Philadelphia sunday press Oil september ,0 i Tel begin Reading a a tax great be out a it do Philadelphia Sun Day press is also filled full a of very into a resting fit ores Axl the tremendous gains made by it Are the result of its excellence in every department. Tell your new dealer to serve a the Philadelphia sunday press Home. Railway trains. Administrate Rixy a not inc. Estate of Henry de late of tax Borough of Danville Montour Bounty Penna. Notice is hereby Given that letters a of administration in tax Al Nave named estate have been granted to the undersigned and All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make ate payment and 1 host1 or demands to pre int Elan to Anna m bkhnhk1mkr, adm mistral Rix Ralph Kisuer. Attorney. Danville pa., aug. Administer matrix s notice. I i in. Of for Tukli Quot i Al Muan. Lull of v ill. V township. In tour county stall1 of i Iii Ivy Iii Ili instil. 1.1 tors of Uili Nini traction upon the above estate live been ranted to the Lindel signed w Idow of decedent All persons indebted to Aid estate Are . Ted to make payment and la persons Bavin am Lejsal claims or demands upon said a Tilte Synill make the Une known without delay to Maiv .1 , administer matrix. Or to her atty. Charles v a Merman. An ordinance to regulate the Speed and the living of signals of the approach of locomotive engines and Railroad trains through and in the Borough of Danville Montour county Pennsylvania be it ordained ail enacted by the town Council of the Borough of Danville in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania in Council assembled and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the same that it shall not be lawful for any Railroad locomotive engine or engines ear or ears train a or trains to be run or propelled this a ngh any portion of the said Borough of Danville at a greater rate of Speed 1 Han eight Miles an hour. Any Railroad company or any employee or employees tliere4if who shall violate any of the provisions of this Section of this ordinance shall forfeit and Paya Fine of not less than ten dollars nor More than Twenty dollars for each and every such offence. Section 2. It shall he the duty of every Railroad company and of any employee or employees thereof having any locomotive engine in charge to ring the Bell thereof at All times while passing through or moving about any portion a of the said Borough of Danville and to properly sound or blow tax whistle thereof upon approaching any Street Alley or other Public Dossing within the limits of the Borough of Danville. Any Railroad company or any Eim Jln a Vee or employ is who Hll violate any of the provisions of this so tip ii of this ordinance shall forfeit and a Fine of not less than ten dollars nor Lor each a and every such offence. Section All Fine a and penalties imposed by any of tax pro a visions of this ordinance May he Sun Al for eol leered and recovered before any Justice of the peace of tax Borough of Danville As debts of like amount and fines and Ini medi penalties imposed Fogt a tax violation having claims a Borough ordinances Are now by tin in without a Hille tilde Ami re to Vera hie and 1 shall he paid Over t the treasurer of tax said Borough a r the use of the said b a rough so ctr it a 4. All Nnoli Taix Ezor parts of i ordinances inconsistent with reon tray to the provisions a a i this ordinance Are Here a y repealed. William j Rogers chief Burge s a a tit Neil it Hamber. Danville a. Aug 4, wifi. Attest Harry b. Patton. It of the by a rough of Danville. A there is grave danger to the pump Kin pies of Pennsylvania and indications Are not wanting that there will be damage done to the crop which furnishes so essential a pail a a i thanksgiving Day dinner. It is due to tax presence of a Southern born parasite which is Boring into Puu Ikins and eating their seeds. This discovery was made a few Days ago by state economic zoologist surface at new Cumberland. Llu found that the pumpkin Borer had gotten into a until her of Fields and at once took items to Check its ravages and to kill it. Speaking of the matter prof. Surface said 44this pumpkin Borer is Mother of the Southern a meets which Are gradually working their Way North and which unless checked will do great damage to our crops. I have noted from time to time the Advance of some of these Southern insects this one having worked its was up to Maryland which has heretofore been its Northern limit. 4�?~tliis insect is a first Cousin to the harlequin cabbage hug formerly a native of the South Ami a terror to cabbage turnips Squash and tax like. It is working into this state too. Other insects which we must Check before they get a foothold in our state Are the Cotton Ball worm or As it is also known the Corn ear worm. These Are noted in this state for the first time. I have not the slightest doubt now hut that the tobacco worm which was reported eating tobacco seed pods at Kinzers Lancaster county is another Southern pest. We traced that tobacco fiend from its larvae stage in which we received it at our Laboratory to the Moth and it is another indication of the migration to Pennsylvania. A these insects Winter underground and the remedies Are either to pick Oft the seed capsules where they live Aud feed then burning them or to cultivate the ground late in the fall or Early Spring. The insects in the Stag a in which they Winter will then be exposed to freezing Aud will quickly die. Its a Good thing to pick them off where they Are seen and to destroy plants w hich they have attacked to any extent. A a a i w 3l a i. 4 amp a f i map do a g a wit 7 r. R. 13 f s laxative 1etar a a Goa Tull of of Quaco u. For Sale i v Paules a co administer matrix notice. Estate of mrs. Sarah e. Hoffman late of the Borough of Danville Ltd ounts of Montour and state of Pennsyl Vania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary on the above estate have been granted to i tax undersigned in whom All persons indebted to the estate Are requested to make payment Aud those having claims or demands will make known the same without delay. Annie h. Williams administer matrix to ask Aid from governor. A number of the More prominent foreigners Ami residents at West Lier Wick Are determined to have the lawlessness and murderous reign in that Section at least mitigated and now demand that lights be put up at All Street Crossings and that there he employed additional police officers who will not be afraid to Deal with toe Lawless and and murderous element. They assert that if their demands Are not immediately complied with they will take the matter to the governor of the state and ask him to Institute military govern but in place of the civil govern but now existing in the to Rouglin of West Berwick. In View of past records prompt action they say is necessary to prevent Tho probable further spilling of human blood. There is no development in the murder of Dominick Caruso. In explaining Why lie was outdoors at i o clock in the morning when to was killed some say that lie went too work at the More Tolian Twenty dollars car shops at -1 o clock and that the. Murderers knew this Aud Lay in wait this however does not explain Why lie was in his backyard w Ith Only his night shirt on so Long ahead of work time. Administer matrix notice. Estate of Euort w Snyder deceased late of Liberty township. In the county my a Nti it Iran Ltd state of Pennsylvania letters of administration on the estate of Enoch w. Snyder. Late of Liberty township. Montour county a. Deceased have been granted to Sarah e. Snyder residing in sail township to whom All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make payment and those having claims or demands will make knt own tax without delay. Sarah e. Snyder Rix Liberty township Montour co. A. Mav 8 l Chi executrix notice. Estate of or. The iras i Wilt Evateen. Late of tax Borough of Danville. Penn a. Deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary on Tho Alum estate have Layen granted to the undersigned to whom All persons indebted to a said is Tat Are Respie Stahl to a make payment and those having claims or demands will make known the same without delay Minnie l. Wintesteen executrix. Already in a dedication it pj0t�?~� so a sonic of it or people arc coming interested in tax Tho state Cape Tol. A positive Catarrh cure a a Ely s Cream Balm is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at once. It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased membrane. It cures cd a Tirril and drives a was a a old in the Quot a a i a May fever stores the so Nso a of w tots taste and Sni�-11. Full size�iocts., at druggists or Lay mail trial size 10 cos. By mail. Ely Brothers,5tj Warren Street. New York. Executrix notice. Estate of Willmut Sec Liler late of Derry township Montour county Penn a., deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary on the above estate have been granted to the undersigned to whom All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make payment and those having claims or demands will make Kiawu tax same without Delav. Elizabeth Keohler executrix. Ail dress r f d. No. I draw Berry Ridge a. Windsor hotel Between 12th and a tests on file Ernst , a. Three minute a walk fit pm the read Iii Periu Ivial i Ive minutes walk from ill a pen my r r do get Al ii Opean plan j of per Dav and upwards \ m epic an plan it. I per Day. Thank 171. Scheibley Anage the occasions contains a gifts a i i a is tables a Loe tors Titi 1 a a a Cal prescription i or Mankind. Cent pack t no Tigli for nsiah tax family hot la a a a Centa Neppl it fora year All me to cure a cold in one Day take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. To this signature cures Crip in two Days. Seven million boxes sold in past 12 months. On every Box. 25c

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