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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania 1 i Tyrone by april Twenty sixth in Spring inspection Borough officers Ami com null indulge to Weir annual Toter of the the Borough officials and councilmen net at the Public building at Hal past seven Oclock Friday morning and Start 3d upon their annual tour of the party of dignitaries comprised Burgess solicitor chief councilmen Sauners and and a her ald the needs of the Lown were carefully noted and few shortcomings escaped the vigilance of municipal Many pavements were ordered Laid or in some cases tie deficiency is Only Light and a Board or two will put Many i bad pavement in Good nuisances of All kinds were also set Lown for West Tyrone was the first part of the own to receive new pave ments were ordered at properties of Roger Samuel John Ben the last two on Waring repairs were ordered to pavements of Annie Conrad George William Mcclellan nuisances were noted principally defects in draining or piles of ashes or other at properties of Morrison David Joe Harvey George William j Samuel new pavements were also ordered in front of four vacant lots on West Side of Washington Avenue above major Bells a Stone crossing will be Laid Over first Street and a gravel crossing at second on Washington the sewer on express Street will have a t inserted to facilitate carrying off surface ditch will be made from Waring Street near property of Flynn to Borough on Lincoln new pavements were ordered at properties of Jones miss Jane lie pairs to pavements were ordered at properties of Tyrone Iron Mary nuisances were found at the residences of Mary 0 Council decided to Lay a 15inch sewer across Juniata Street at Lincoln a crossing on South Side of Allegheny on Lincoln Avenue to cover sewer Entrance at Corner of Allegheny and and to provide for Stone step crossing at Welsh on Dallas Street the pavements of Fitzgerald and m Bottorff were ordered coming to Spring Street the Eagle eyes noted that new pavements Are necessary at the properties of and repairs Are needed to pavements of John con John John John Thomas Trees requiring trimming were observed at properties of miss Jane a new crossing is needed on East Side of Spring Street at Clear eld a gravel crossing at Alley adjourn a Ehman and a Stone one at Alley e of North Side of Allegheny the old crossing at Corner of Juniata and Washington Avenue will be replaced by a five foot and a crossing will take the place of the pavement at the Public Alley next con Gallagher in accordance with a time honoured custom on such was decided to overhaul the Public Logan Street property owners were the next to receive the tender suggestions of the now pave ments were ordered at properties of Baptist Church William lower John Frel repairs Are ordered to pavements of Weston win eld mrs on Clearfield Street a new pavement is ordered at property of Mcclain repairs to on Alley Laslett is ordered to Lay a new As is William Sauners on Lanners repairs Are ordered to pavements of Mattern Allegheny and brew and Jones tin Eidge nuisances were noted at properties of Dan Lesher John George John Peter Attig and Morrison Oasa paper Crossings Tye needed at and Logan Elf Daft and Cut tags ind Logan Alley e and Alley e Ana a five foot crossing across Logan in North Side of of Learfield Stree will be an improvement on main Street and adjoining Cross streets new pavements were considered necessary at the properties of Dennis Morrison Cass paper Wainwright repairs were ordered to pavements of John John mrs John wait estate Mary a nuisance was found at Alley adjoining Eck encodes a Stone crossing will be Laid across main at Grace Street and a gravel crossing across Alley be tween Glen Avenue and Grace having completed inspection of main Council adjourned for rest and dinner to continue the tour that of the party met at half past one Oclock and resumed operations by visiting the streets in the Eastern part of on Blair new pave ments were ordered at properties of John Charles John William Morrison Cass paper Frank Malvern John Charles repairs Are ordered to pavement of James nuisances were found at properties of Eugene Banks Elmer scrub the Entrance to Empire House stable is too a gravel crossing is to be placed across Allegheny of North Side of Blair and another crossing at Alley adjoining Longs property on Bald Eagle it was about Hal past two Oclock when reached the Allegheny Street and inspecting portion of town East of the Bald Eagle the first property noted was that of Lewis who will be ordered to Lay a new the Sec Ond was that of Harry Miller who will a to the same continuing Down Bald Eagle a crossing was decided upon at Tho intersection of that Street and East to e next improvement noted was the filling in of the Twenty feet Alley Back of the Council then came out on East Juniata and ordered a Aix foot wide Stoneii crossing Over Bald Eagle the following properties will have new those of Leslie Andrew Oliver and Phillips and a new gravel crossing will be put Down across the Alley East of the opera on East Ridge George Mclntyre Nettie Green and David Grazier were ordered to Lay new the latter will have his Alley improved by a gravel crossing on Harvey Street the following new pavements were Harry Miles and Christian Council will also put ditch of this Street to carry the water Way from lower at tue evidence of Ross on East Juniata a water pipe was keeping the treet Muddy and will be attended on East ail property owners will be notified to Lay from he Bridge to the end of the at his Point the honorable body adjourned or the Council met next morning at half ast seven Oclock at Bevers Mill and proceeded to finish up the Spring in Section tour by viewing the new addition to the Glen Hope treet was first visited and the following persons ordered to Lay new Katherne James l Hicka Hicks Balmy Boyd Archie Caspar Samuel John Nicholas Samuel and John Ramey Mccau taut ordered to Clear the of lumber us vehicles at his the next Street visited was Grant Street and the following persons ordered to Lay Susan Rebecca l Joseph Ward Hayes Stonebraker Samuel Miller David Stonebraker and who will have to Abate an in the shape of water on the and on Jackson new will be Laid by Luther Nai John Samuel i Jame Jennie second methodist episcopal Church Georee Wil Liam Vanscoyoc and Moca on Curtri Warner a the Only Only one to Lay a pavement and George Dav Sou was the on one of water this Complete the honorable body aug the journey began find bar ring some excitement caused by a big referring to a bully and atop at buyers office to eat some Apple notes by the jottings of local and general interest by an observing senator Quay has expressed a very decided Adverse opinion As to the propriety of having the worlds fair opened on the there should be no hesitancy on the part of intelligent people in regard to that if it is Wise and practicable to antagonize a scriptural which is positive and Lias been uttered by god then the fair might be opened with impunity on Tho Sabbath but if it is wrong to violate gods Cymru ends and thus Manifest a spirit of then the Gates of the fair grounds should be closed on the Sabbath the whole thing is in a nut the american people cannot afford to com Promise the moral Power which they now have and exercise among the nations of the by the commission of such a policy at this if our ultimate purpose is the moral perfection of the human race and the stability and perpetuity of our Republican form of we should see to it that the pulpit is vigorously and scripturally our Public school Are properly and systematically encouraged the Sabbath Day is legitimately and carefully my a continued Effort made on the part of All intelligent men and women to inculcate a healthy Public sentiment and establish a social although proper reference has been in the columns of the to the sunday school anniversary exercises held in Tho presbyterian Church so baath evening a week yet we were so much pleased with what we saw and heard on that occasion that we offer another paragraph on the same we think All the recitations were very creditably and the singing the part of the children was simply it was done with so much precision and the Corn posed for the by was very appropriate and certainly Hud the tendency to inspire Christian enthusiasm among the members and friends of the we were also very much pleased with the music discoursed by the the superintend is surely the right Man in the right the exercises and tie general interest manifested that evening clearly showed that the school is in a very prosperous and healthy we feel like congratulating the presbyterian people of Tyrone on the excellent work they Are doing through their sunday we have always admired and attached much importance to Sabbath school training Octha we have often noticed the salutary effect of such training in secular school it seems As if James Blaine were about to loom up again As a candidate for the we very much question the propriety of this at this of no Man living is a realer admirer of Blaine than your but we think his letter f some time has put hugs in such a shape that it would not e the Best policy for his friends to iring him before the Minneapolis Cou genl Harrison has made i very prudent and judicious president and he has Many warm friends As he hould have among All for 31aine to become the nominee now it would evidently sour Many of Harrisons Riei ids and thus jeopardize the chances if Blaines we believe James be the greatest statesman ind Diplomat but we think Pru Dence and Good policy should control the action of the party leaders if they wish a Republican Triumph at the next general the Rhode Island Section has infused new courage into party and nothing should be done Tow to Lessen that All the surroundings indicate the election of the Republican nominee for president Lext and hence the most judicious policy should be pursued in the premises by All the party next sunday is easter and on last saturday we had the Ordinary precursor of that Stormy and unpleasant the consumption of eggs on that As will be simply enor beyond All human senator Quay will succeed himself to the Senate beyond the Shadow of a it is marvelous what influence one mind can acquire Over millions of it is said that Brevity is the soul of if this be True there is not much in the prayers of some people because they Are As Long As the moral they Start at the Garden of Eden and come Down to the present Tyrone is an Euter pricing Aud Thrifty it has within it quite a number of industrious and energetic business and to this circumstance is attributed the fact that Tyrone is what it not there this was Day if Rumor Speaks and All appear ances Point that is sadly missed much wanted by numerous he departed on Friday after gathering in All the Cash he could and no one knows it will be remembered that Dunkle started the Tyrone steam laundry some few months and seemingly prospered shortly after work began he took in a partner and As has transpired took him in Indore ways than the partner was a of who is expected in town Dunkle leaves enough debts to keep his memory among his victims Are the hands of the laundry to whom several weeks wages Are due his who is out some 8350 the firm who supplied the Plant and his these Are not inquiries around town show that there Are a Large number of Small Bills against him is to lie regretted he stay As the laundry was turning out excellent and it was Only a question of a Short before lie would have Hud a Nice As Tyrone needs a Good steam it is supposed however that Harvey will assume straighten out and continue work As the machinery is not paid there is nothing to seism legally for Dunk Les the Retreat was effected in time Tyrone to lose an old Henry one of tyrones Best known citizens is making preparations to leave hero for other ields of he has decided to Relin Quish business on Liia own to accept the position of manager of the extensive Gas fitting Aud steam heating establishment of James Ander Federal and thither he will depart about May Cutler has been a resident of this place since having been one of its leading business men since that he has always taken an interest in Public affairs and has been especially Active in advancing the fortunes of the Republican during his Resi Dence in Tyrone he has been Burgess and assistant Burgess of the and two years received the endorsement of this Borough for Republican nomination for he has also filled the responsible Post if chief of tie lire and h is been Active in Many other ii has a Large Circle of friends who will be sorry to learn of his and glad to learn of his Success in his new died suddenly from heart about seven Oclock sunday evening even residing at the Cross near was Sud Denly stricken by heart disease and in a very few minutes after the Lay cold in he had been in Good and his sudden demise was a severe blow to his nearhoof would have been sixty six years had he lived until the 28th of the pres ent surviving the deceased Are three sons Aud Aud one All residing at he was a consistent member of the Dunkard warriors Nark Valley had numbered him among its oldest he having been born and raised the funeral took place from his late Home at ten Oclock of tuesday interment at capital our at tile Nat Loim capital has a newsy letter april latest democratic scheme to Aid in throwing the election of president in to the House of representatives is but it will riot for the very simple reason that the Republican leaders see through it and will take care that it is made equally Clear to the voters in the states at a consultation attended by senators Brice and and some other prominent it was decided that it would greatly strengthen the chances of the third party to of with the assistance of the solid democratic four or five of the Northwestern if it could be made to appear probable that it could carry an equal number of Southern carrying out the idea of that Confer Southern democrats of prominence have filled up every newspaper Man that they could get at with their fears that the third party May carry from four to seven of the Southern and lots of rot has b Eitele graphed from Here concerning this alleged new phase of the presidential new there is As much probability that the electoral votes of any Southern with the exception of the two either or both of which May be carried by the will be cast for a third party candidate As there is that Texas will go it is simply a Dodge to try to catch Republican voters who belong to the Farmers Organiza John Coli Ohaver John one of the oldest residents of Taylor Centre sunday evening at his Home on the Philipsburg Pike two Miles North of Bald the cause of death was heart and he had been in poor health for the past deceased was aged sixty eight he is sur Vived by his two sons and one the funeral took place on tuesday morning at ten Oclock Aud interment will to made at Bald Eagle Copenhaver had been engaged in farming nearly All of his for fifteen from 1805 until about he Bat also engaged in he was widely known in this advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Postol nce Are addressed to the persons named these letters have teen in the office for two weeks without being called after being letters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter office at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or destroyed the list is As Fol lows for the week ending saturday april 9 Jennie Mattern missus Emma Stella Mary Snyder Annie Maggie Watson Chas Hooper the last weeks weather has caused the industrious drug clerk to polish up soda Fountain and prepare to slake the thirst of the sweltering the Clearfield Northern from Altoona to Wipson Ouock have resumed the direct ors has decided to extend their line As rapidly As possible to Tion in the Northwestern Only three democrats voted against the Bill for the admission of Cotton and bagging free of which was passed by the House saturday and yet it is one of the most illogical As Well As sectional Bills Ever before it is n direct blow at one established american Iron hoop and band it if it became a create obstructions in the path of those Tho Are trying to establish on a Lurge scale the manufacture of jute hugging in the United notwithstanding the co Cit opposition of nine tenth of the democratic senators and the open opposition and steers of a few of the very men too that conscience should have kept tie Bill appropriating town no helping to entertain the Mem Bers of the at the Camp ment in City was passed by the Only ten democrats had the nerve to cast their votes against the Bill when the test and every one of them represents Exco federate Here is the list Berry and Jones of Arkansas Coke and Mills of Texas Blackburn of Kentucky Bate of Tennessee the so called Farmers Alliance from South Carolina of Georgia of Aud of the worlds fair congressional committees have been giving hearing both for Aud against the opening of the exposition on Aud As far As the opening of the arguments go the opposition to sunday opening has decidedly he Best of what Congress will do r whether it will do anything is a matter of doubt it would much prefer Caping responsibility by doing nothing but the pressure is becoming so Strong that some action May have to real estate speculators Are every where a shrewd lot but those of Wash Ugto ii should be rated above them All they have made millions by unloading bought for a upon the government at fancy and they Are still at at the last session of Congress a Bill appropriating the Money to Purchase a site for the Washington City pos Tortice on the South Side of Penn the most disreputable part of the became a and in due time the aforesaid speculators received about three times As much As the the most unproductive property in Aud now engineers Are searching for a solid which they say be had upon fort foot and even then it will be necessary to Cement the entire Bottom and sides of the and to provide the building with a powerful pumping outfit to keep it a Bill has been introduced in Congress to build a new Patent office in the same presumably on the same sort of at a Cost of now a word about that strangers to Washington have heard so much about Pennsylvania Avenue that it is natural for them to suppose that it would be a perfectly proper place to erect costly but As a matter of fact it Why it is too less than three feet above Ordinary High consequent anneal the ulness have caused it to be abandoned for higher All of Washington largest business most of which were once of the Are now on f and g and the loss of business and consequent lower ing of rentals have caused the forming of a powerful aided by both of Washington daily which own plants on the to work Bills 1leasantly the members of thee Worth league connected with the first methodist Church treated their to a delightful Surprise at his Home on Logan Street Friday the Epworth ians gathered to the number of eighty and succeeded in effecting an Entrance to the Parson age without the Good pastor being aware of their he was upstairs and on being he hobbled care fully Down As speedily As the rheumatism which has had him for a suffering victim for several would on entering the his breath was taken away with the exception of sufficient to utter a pleased Goody then he remembered it was his thirty seventh and once realized that his food friends of the league had remembered it As the party were Given Hearty Welcome in the hospitable Home and everyone present proceeded to enjoy the occasion to the fullest Jesse Stewart in behalf of the league addressed pastor assuring him of the High re Gard and esteem in which he is held by them and declaring their continued ambition to Aid him in every Way possible in the work of helping Anua to look lift Gilbert responded in i is usual Happy a pleasant program of Recita contributed to the evenings and refreshments which the visitors had thoughtfully were a very portion of the after hours delightfully during which the worthy presi Dent almost forgot his the Young people bearing with them his Hearty god bless a terrible wednesday afternoon a woman of Middle see was noticed wandering aimlessly about the Railroad Yard apparently in keen mental about four Oclock she was sitting on the Dallas Street pavement at the head of the when Bottorff who resides nearby of Spring Street saw her and persuaded her to into the House where Siv was made As comfortable mrs Bottorff at once thit Tom Woma i was Fallic Ted with aberration of the her hallucination being that she was Pur sued by some t Vil minded Perm who would throw her into the fire Box of a with such a terrible fear burdening she waa indeed to be Bottorff sent for officer Snyder who at once responded to the they found that the demented woman was Emma of Mill she had left Home yester Day coming part Way of the cars and walking the remainder of the officer Snyder telegraphed for instructions to her Joseph who is employed in the paper Mill at lock the latter Reques Ted that his Mother be and accompanied by a Friend she left on the evening Tran for Mill Hall where she was met by her lusts a a Earl Accident happened a few min utes before three Oclock monday after noon just West of the Tyrone freight in which the victim was William an old Soldier until recently ii resident of Tyrone and now living at the unfortunate Man had just de Tipton Nheru he had expected to Reid Idun with his son until evening before a Oduj the shift ing engine mini be r were at Luik in he tracks at the warehouse and Hud just Cut Loose a car which was on the track upon which Alley was lit did not sue the car Aud it struck Lii i knocking him Down and running Over his left the injured Man was carried to the depot and Burket and Lowrie were the Arm was badly mangled and had to be amputated at the through Congress locating Public build Ings in this swampy Congress should beware of the a Bridge partly a Span of Bridge number near Union on the main line of the Pennsylvania Railroad was badly shattered monday caused by two heavy blasts in the new Cut the blasts which caused the demolish ment were terrific sending several Large rocks upon the the largest of these rocks is described As about the size of a Orga Box and probably weighs twelve this Rock fell upon the Bridge just Over the Middle breaking the Structure almost in Twain and moving the entire Bridge to one the big Rock rolled off the Bridge into the two it rom Tho Huntingdon Jake a Well known business Man of was among the Stran Gers in Huntingdon Frank a Young merchant of spent Friday night in Hunt lady friends were his attack the Demon rum is a popular

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