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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                ppfio Daily fieratd toUW Main AM JtfiMUt at Ihfi fol icrms i by tt by 1ftJftll by It KttA t W DrccKMIJER Aityertisintf Columns of tlm nre thu guide for llic holiday Ieh Htitlor vouclifis for but tme luis yet heefi fouinl who is to Vouch for Ben The Presidents messnge does notseetn to plenne WolUitpob wasnt written will tliiit Henry Cabot Lodge will contribute to an euil mimberof theNorth American Review an iirliele on Hie Hcatriction of From tbe Detroit Tribune oiiratn opposed nMumption bitterly as they now oppose but ic Bumerl and well Il ruirmiiiH to MCOII whether tbe Fanners Allianeu proposes to allow itself to be used as Hie tail for tne in Tho United Stales conld not do a more popular tiling to tiii Iviipand Senator bill for one cent letter This is onw i f tbe fow tilings tbat everybody Secretary annual report allows bow little foundation was for tbe atlo election of a National but of course tbe stories will continue to travel in Democratic If tbe convention of tbe National Farmers Alliance which met at was not controlled by Southern sentiment its proceedings have been grossly Lets didnt say that the alliance was not a sectional organization Our information from Washington is to the effect that an apportionment bill will certainly be passed at the present session of and that it will be constructed without Democratic This is just as it should and any thing different would boa disappoint ment to Republicans To be always surprisingly good and on special occasions to be ever so much seems to a characteristic of The Youths Its regu lar weekly issues are almost Wit the Souvenir including the Double Christmas dumber just re are among the most attractive of tho many Holiday The President is neither a crawlislmor a clam he will not go nor he remain is tho command he has and he proposes to keep up tho assaults without intermission until a decisive victory shall be If there be any men in the ranks who are opposed to lighting they will do well to get to the rear The extraordinary statements of the Ignatius in Che Decem ber number of the North American He as to the cryptogram which he claims to have discovered in the works oE are to bo answered in the January number by an article pre pared by the emi ntntShakspearian llolfo does not confine himself to Don but takes up various writers who have assailed the claims of Will HaboMi ot killed a fine in the barrena lust It lip ped the bnatii to 146 JlpyiTohis Fellerhoof caineliome from La Jose on Monday and will spend the j winter under the parental j and JUlrket and and James yonr Were driving on last Joseph a former resident of our valley btit now a citiwh of your spent a few hours among friends in town on David Funk wishes the Sinking Val ley man to know that ho killed a porker last week that tipped the boim to 110 IIow ish dot John of and j Charley spend ing a few days with their parents and friends in this left for their mountain homes Monday Charles Sampson Winchester one of the noted marksmen of the Sheridan was a pleasant Vis itor inourtownlast our latch string is always open for Samuel who is working at the carpenter trade ame home Monday evening to see his mother and on Tuesday morning for his mountain lie reports work very plenty in that new The first upset and run off occurred to Charley Reefer on his way to the station on After a short horse was captured and the sleiuh came out of the racket in good shape very much to the delight of CQ LARGEST STOCK We invite everybody lo call atitl sec am1 new Fall awl Winter stock ot for Melij and Latest stylusin SOFT and STlf F THE FIRST NATIONAL OF COLLARS and Underwear in all grades from the Cheapest to the LOWEST PRICES Reliable Clothier and Gents CHRISTMAS T Sialtimitil ril coal and oilier scnl ovf Tyroni Diviwlun rcnnsylviinla Kiiiliond lor Uic wcilc iMnlinj and Hmioltmc last s TONS Kor till lnn i jrOODS at the stores of Smith and JS tire now in full Everybody is cordially inviUd to call and examine I HAVE Capital A general bunking business Accounts Discounts JOHN Vice Jolui John Tatrpns of this bank sviil receive tho most liberal treatment consistent with wife R AILUOAD TI ON AND AtftlUl MAY lH roiiiiKVlvunln TYIIONK iion Allan Liu MX ftX Day Kxprcaa MiUITrutn Mall KxprcHS Tyrone a IXUVOK Tyrone M CunviiiMvlllu WAV leaves yt Sai Unit I as L year I Tola In 180 iiiuuclliiu OTIIKU oiifnoss Canl by local as they oan not reach the diseased portion of the There is only one way to cure and that is by constitutional Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucous limna of the Eu stachian When this tube Rets inllamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect and when it is en tirely closer1 Deafness is the and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this lube restored to its normal hearing wiil be destroyed lor ever nine cases out of fen are caused by which is nothing but an in Hiimed of the mucous We will give One Hundred Dollars for any jaseol caused by catarrh Unit we can not euro by taking Halls Catarrh Send for CiiKNKV by ih danger about neglecting a or Cold in We i suHO our readers iliatno mcdicino uuls TanTina Cong and Consump MI Try Trial bottles free now lend me your ear for a moment on tho question of For a nice and useful present there is nothing more appprcciated than beautiful pair of JlilllpsbiVg KM WIMTWAIU IIO K X Way Mull Knst fnrwiiuivlllt 17 DAY Anlvcs M OtmvInsvlHi H I an and 413 f t I it t IT I PHYSICIAN ANDS XSB OS jtVtoloptiono PHYSICIAN OfttOl 27 And lift JUVSlClAN AMI SUUUKOR ItoBklOtico 119 Logan IMIYSICIAX AND In Odd Follows1 Main 1M I Y 8 1 C I A X A N D SU HO WON OtlluiMUHl n nid on oo on corner of and to i lie lulu WUfruil 1 Conrads Ilouso 21 17 UK NT Olllcuovor Sonce 114 Ultimo TYKON K N I1 1 8 414 Main JOIrorupt niton tlon and good Ktiftr Jradnato Ol of I carry a conipleto lino of fill also in Ladies Shoes in B and C I have a beautiful Mens Dress Shoos that I can sell at and Ladies HauclSexved Shoe at and A good Ladies Shoe at and Jiubbcr Boots at Ecmeinbcr that these goods are sold at most places at from 50 to 75 cents It will pay you to call before going You are most cordially invited to inspect goods and convince yourself that our prices arc tho Two hundred pair of Oxfords just LOTJ Golden Rule Shoe Blair Counly Juniata Room formerly occupied by DO YOU BURN COAL Howard DAY Leave i Vltlloy 10 Loiive ditllan SCOltll Fill vbrook llostlor iitul Tyrone jovovlllo p urn acts lioad Dung rv in WaiTioraiiiailc Lcnnlngtion Tyronti Loavo Tyrono Stovur 1onnlnglon WiUTiorwmarlt Oungarvln M tloatlor Furiiiei V all I i rook In I I i n 8 nn IMS MS i III Ii50 i 4ii OlTlco over CloLliltttf JniiliUa itTurf rrWiTAli TO liOOitS AltUVK SHOW next door to JHUICS A ATlOltSKYtjATljAW Main Collodions Money to loan on good real owtato Cleveland has received a harder blow below tho belt from the National con vention of iho Farmers Alliance that lias yet been administered to The Alliance people say that Clevelands iinancial opinions are such that they will not under any circumstances sup port him for the This is and will undoubtedly have considerable effect upon the next Demo cratic national thats a good ways off and Clove land may change his financial views before A son oC a merch ant of was so badly alHicted with rheumatism for a year or as to bo unable to work or go to is lather concluded to try Chamberlains 13alm on the It soon cured him and he has since walked one and a half miles to school and back every school 50 cent bot tles for sale by all DO YOU PAY CASH COXHADS THE FINEST The favorite Gorman Dialect Come The worlds greatest lullaby sinner and in liis successful If so you can save money by buying your coal from Blair Cash Coal AT THE FOOT OF LOGAN They deal in the best quality of Bituminous iCanne and give personal attention to the prepar ation and LLOT O S T K V K N S A 0 W K N A IIN K VSA A Main nnlUa ami IHialorn In ROUGH AND WORKED Contractors and BLAIU liN I X K It A N 1 It V K V d uuoonil lloor JliNKUAL None but good JjlKK ANIJ ACU1II TFLEIHONE evening in Altooiu a public meeting was held nndor the auspices of the Childrens Aid and great interest wns manifested in tho proposi tion to establish a comfortable large number of the good people were present from ull parts oC the John Dean delivered an eloquent afldvess und H was followed in remarks by U Iiper and jt waa unanimously resolved that the uvwUiary branch of the Childrens Aid Society of Blair submit to the board of directors of the poor a written proposition as to what the Aid Society thiwks sliould be done in the way of providing for und orphan the amount of money necessary to be expended In carrying pqtBUoHpHw said board of direotof 3 Ue action ou the sa meeither CononrriPg or tog woilBaWw or aweuduaent A SUlKKK COM IAN V 01 riLTUUKSlJlUl NKW AM CATCH V ol Kiiru Kujoynunt 1inlcr tho miuiaiswnent of Hurry Duel Seats on sale at ASSJUNKKS Is Imrnby tficim Nowlln and Kiln Ills WHO uiiij Nowlin ol llu lioroijib ol Ty ronu IIIIVK iniulnii voluntary lor lliu buncillt ol III ir to the nndcr All indublud to said parties arc to inako iinincdlali pjyinunt and lliosi liaviun claims to Dresunt tliuni wllliout A full andjcom plete line ol new goods lor tbe Fall and Winter at FINEST ANUJKWIBLi SPKUIAh GAHK GIAKN TO TllM U1AMONU GOODS GOM S1LVKR AND ILATKD ALL RBlAllllNO DdNK ON 8UOU1 NOTlUlfi UV KINK 1C N 216 UftUi KSTABLISHKL IN NoxL Door to flynn Main Stockholders Individually Liable A 15 I1OOVEU 1 M JUNKS KBT CGUVKU Allot mirA Ktuioral Hanking iiHlnoastranBiiotod luttirimtiillowud on AKUUITKUT AND U Socontl door 1 II IN JflHliInf llann Mall Musi cal Novnb Now work Main and AUogUony FIRST ChAcR 1M4INT1NO AT TUB Tyronii lloralil Insurance I Real AND NOTARY Bffice near Juniata JUST WHAT YOU ueen BEAVER Range With Patent Heating AND STEAM Insurance VHUNEUS jiOOM Seven ble lots on OUvent of Iron and Terra Cotta A large lino of Lamps always on Odd Fellows Main St DO YOU NEED ANYTUINCJ IN TUB 14NW OF ANP SUJ3 received elegant assovtwent of keatlier Qoo4s QUBEIJ is u lunidsomo bold in ap and having every feature ol convenience and1 and utility possessed by any range in the By means of the patent the heat of the when not wanted for can be utilixed to heat tipper or adjoining This attachment can be found only on those stoves nuuuilactured and sold under the trade mark THE BEJAVEB PARLOR By Car the most artistic stoveconstruction of the out Superb in Unrivalled in working Every stove guaranteed by the For sale in Tyrone by HARRY Solo agent for Reaver Heaters and Juniata S   

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