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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania 1 v no v v t l j s x i the Tyrone by april Twenty sixth easter How they wove conducted last sunday at the first the capacity of the spacious auditorium of the first methodist Church was tested to its utmost sunday evening when services appropriate to easter time were rendered by the school under the direction of their efficient super every Inch of seating space was occupied and indeed additional seats had to be pro the altar was beautifully sur rounded with out Flowers Ana potted plauts and the Church presented an appearance in Harmony with the Happy nature of the Day the choir of seventeen voices under the direction of rendered the voluntary risen the the singing was joyous and a prayer by assistant superintendent selection by responsive recitation by miss Bertha and rendition of the morning by the choir three scholars then recited marys message very and the scripture readings by four scholars Fol responsive readings and a song never say by the were next on the the infant class entered with spirit into the rendition of a pretty after which pastor Gilbert prefaced the easter offering with a few remarks to the the collection was to be devoted to the missionary another song by the infant a series of responsive readings and a grand outburst of the entire congregation in that Gem of Corona with the Benediction by the closed the evenings Blister services in East the easter services in the Chapel at East Tyrone began with a largely at tended and very enjoyable prayer and Praise service at six Oclock in the which was in charge of the pastor and under the auspices of the Christian Endeavor the Sun Day morning class meetings were held at nine and at Oclock the pastor preached on the to a Large the services of the Day were concluded with a Delight Ful easter service by the sunday school at six in the this last service again demonstrated the imperative necessity of larger quarters for this the House being literally fallen upon by a Captain Miller met with a serious and painful Accident on Satur Day afternoon about five lie had recently purchased a Colt and was Riding the animal on main Street when it reared Back and fell Captain Miller endeavoured to get out of his perilous position but his foot caught in the Stirrup and held him the Colt fell heavily upon the Saddle pinning him to the Captain Miller was carried into Bis place of business where he was Given the necessary attention by he was later removed to his Home on Washington Avenue where he is confined to his bed and suffering severely from the injuries easter the nearer the time approaches for the wearing of the easter creation with a ribbon and a Flower and a bit of lace upon More bewildering the variety some Are Beautiful and really some violate every principle of Grace and common and Between these two extremes Are All degrees pretty commonplace and ugly there Are bonnets in i he most startling and hideous the crudest of pinks and yellows form the streamers of one another has a violent Lilac and vivid Green at War with each the Flowers which adorn expensive exquisitely of imitated on cheap ones and there Are Cotton roses of a Shade to try the strongest lilacs of fear inspiring bachelors buttons of a Blue to make even the slightly artistic for Ordinary to Market or to can be More appropriate than the rough straws in some dark Black or trimmed with a knot of there is enough variety in Slape to suit every and the ribbon might be any Shade another new Gas the Tyrone Iron company works were closed Down and monday while workmen were busily engaged in placing another new Gas producer in position and making the the works resumed operations tuesday the production for the month of March at this Plant exceeded that of any pre Vious month in its a fact of which the company May Well be superintendent Sholly is constantly adding improvements and facilitating the and he will even break the big March record As the demand for Iron runaway of Spring the horse which furnishes the motive Power for George ports delivery while standing in front of the residence of John Igou of Spring Street saturday took fright it a passing and started on a in and dash for anywhere or masters Fred Gilbert and Walter Meikiu Ney who were perched on a tree not Hunting easter eggs lets saw the runaway and valiantly proceeded to meet the they succeeded in bringing the horse to a halt before any considerable damage had been done to the thus probably saving a serious injured in Tyrone Robert of East brakeman on the Tyrone division met with a painful Accident in the Railroad Yard about nine Oclock saturday morn he was engaged uncoupling cars when the Sadden Jolt of Trie oars coming together started a Large Stone rolling from one of the Stone struck Bottorff Arm and bruised it though fortunately no were the injury will oblige Bottorff to remain off duty for some that was 1or gala receptions and the the pretty deflowered creations of the Milliner could be a striking hat in Fine Black lace has alow Crown and daring brim which Springs up in it is trimmed Only with the shades Are Pale Pearl delicate Rose color and a soft Moss which Blemly with the other there is a Small Bow with Short loops in and in the Back a Large one with streamers of the Green another Gay looking hat is in Straw color and the brim is of Black net gathered in tight the Crown is of yellow tuscan a Bow of Black watered ribbon at the Back hold a Bunch of a Ripe around the Edge of a hat is a Roll of water coloured a rather Odd hat in Black braid and Blue ribbon is the wide muted brim is of Black lace and the Low Crown of Black about the lower Edge of the Crown a Wreath of Blue for get Menota in velvet is at the Back is a Bow of Blue Satin one of the shapes that foretells a re Vival of the poke is it is of Black tulle gathered of the the brim widens towards the front after the manner of the and curves Down Ward soft looking Chrysantho mums of old Rose and Ostrich tips of old Rose and Black trim the which ties beneath the Chin with old Rose a very Good Model for the every Day hat is it is in smooth Gray with a moderately wide brim turned up in the Back with loops of Gray ribbon springing the inevitable capote comes in sum Mer material As Well As in a rather pretty one in Black lace raid is it is trimmed Wilh Ostrich tips in Black and has Jet ornaments at the Back and Broad strings of Pale Green ribbon that look but Are quiet the the familiar Sailor hat has undergone very few the crowns of the latest ones Are not More than an Inch and the brim is somewhat they Are As with a straight band of ribbon and the Bow on the left numbered the heralds plan of designating streets approved by a special meeting of Borough Council held monday All the members except Butley being chairman Gingrich the committee appointed to suggest a plan of designating the streets of the submitted their num Bering streets North and South from Juniata and retaining the names and adopting the designation of Avenue for streets running North and the motion to approve this plan was lost by a vote of one to six Mccann to veil thut the thorough fares running North and South be designated avenues and Bear distinctive names As at present and that the streets extending East and West be numbered omitting the first live numbers and beginning with sixth Street at the West Tyrone Borough limits and extending North to the Borough the motion was carried this is essentially the plan proposed by the the omission of the first five numbers in designating Cross streets amply provides for future growth of the town to the on motion the final naming of the avenues was deferred one and Oakwood and Smith were appointed a committee to submit a report of the matter next monday this committee desires to hear suggestions from the and thus arrive at the most popular plan of a communication from division freight agent Seymour was giving rates on ballast and screenings for use of Tyrone Borough at per Surveyor Henry reported that the fall from Grant Street North to Jackson is 5 22 Henry was instructed to give grades for pavements one from Grant Street to Alley one from Alley z to Jackson raising Centre of Alley z to h feet one Grade from Jackson to water raising Centre of the latter 3 Council decided to assemble at 7 Oclock tomorrow evening to View Grade at West end of Washington the fifths at the meeting of fifth regiment officers Friday Captain of Lewistown was elected vice major of whose commission had major Mickel declined major elder is an enthusiastic guardsman and Well equipped for his new full of Energy and thoroughly competent he will be a Strong lever at the Side of colonel Burchfield in his efforts not Only to sustain the High Standard the fifth has but in the steady improvement in the direction of per the question of location for the Camp ment was discussed but no conclusion arrived besides Bellefonte and Altoona has become a formidable candidate for the Blairsville proposes to furnish free free free Hay and other material needed and five Hundri Lars in Beli Fontes is not while Tea Lias Iti ittle with a Alexander of Smith had an experience with a cat last Friday morning which he will remember for some he had set a Fox trap in his barn to catch rats and on going to the trap on Friday morning found a Large cat caught by the Hind legs in he at tempted to liberate the cat when it flew at him and bit him through the right hand at the base of the Little be made another attempt and again the cat flew at lacerating his left hand in a terrible a third at tempt was made and again the cat showed Bitting through his Boot leg but Hall succeeded in getting his foot on the cats neck and springing the jaws of the when he removed his foot the cat finding itself released jumped and ran we would advise Hall or Auy one else who catches cats in that Way to take a Good sized club and kill the they Are vicious when one might just As Well tackle a Cyclone As a healthy tomcat in a fire laddies Eti Clire the the Tannery Gong sounded the fire alarm about one Oclock saturday after noon and created a stir among residents who have missed the warning Toots since the firebug ceased their work a few weeks All the companies of the fire department Ware prompt to respond to the the citizens company could readily get to As the budding conflagration was Only a few Yards Distant from their engine and the one Stream of Aqua Pura sufficed to subdue the the fire started from a defective on the roof of the House on Juniata Street above occupied by Mary and owned by John before the water had put an end to the a Hole about two feet Square was burned in the roof otherwise no damage was the prompt action of the fire companies prevented a serious conflagration As the wind was in just the humor to extend the flames if it had been Given the the damage to the property is slight and the House is fully Parks says he will surmount the Bouse with an entire new roof at death of Margaret Diu up miss Margaret daughter of Archie of three near died at her Home on saturday aged Twenty six after a prolonged the remains were brought to the first methodist Church where funeral services were conducted by Gilbert at one followed by interment in Tyrone the Tannery has shut Down for a week for no base Balliu the stockholders of the Tyrone base Ball club met monday evening in the Board of president Conrad opened with an address in which he evinced tee earnestness with which he proposes to with a View to securing to Tyrone a firs class William Farren Zerbe and John Watson were appointed a committee to select and Mccann and William kill nou were deputized to secure information As to the the next meeting will be held thurs Day evening of this week in the Board of Trade rooms when action wiil be taken on the question of free admission of a few subscribers have not yet paid the percentage of Stock called for and they Are requested to hand the amounts to Secretary soul Lin or treasurer a William of left yesterday of a very Long journey across the he will enjoy a ten Days trip via Pueblo and Salt Lake to the Wasco where he will visit his formerly of this now passenger and freight agent and general manager at the dais for the Union Pacific Lytle will remain in Oregon until next combining a search for health with the pleasure during his Wilson will fill Bis place As passenger and freight agent for the at an agricultural weekly Bas issued a just started a regimental encampments will doubt less be and As far As location is the state authorities will Only interfere on the question of econ omy for the Commonwealth in the transportation of the several companies to the Altoona and Tyrone Are the most Central Points for assembling the fifth the companies Are located As follows Indiana and some of our people Are interested in securing the which int out of but to get it Means immediate lots of activity and a Good bit of All of which Are within what say you people of one of the Livest towns in the Interior of the state v As to the location of Sheridan troop this nothing is yet the artillery and cavalry of the state May be ordered to form a mounted Camp at Gettysburg or some other Point in the or the several organizations May encamp be each one per haps locating with the nearest regimen Tal in the latter Sheridan troop would go into Camp on the same grounds with the fifth convention and muss meeting the prohibitionists of Blair county will hold their county convention in the Hall of the women Christian temper Ance on april opening at nine Oclock for the purpose of nominating candidates for the several county offices to be filled at the november to elect delegates to the state convention which will assemble in the City of Scran also to name members for the state Central committee for the year and to transact All other Busi Ness pertaining to the work of the prohibition party in Blair pro Fessor chairman of the state and miss Lilly Buu the sweetest of Ballad and most entertaining of will be presen Tat the each Ward and Borough will been titled to have four regular and four proxy delegates in attendance at the a general invitation is also extended to All prohibitionists and others who favor the abolition of the drink traffic to be present at the con on saturday evening Samuel the chairman of the National in company with professor Patton Aucul miss will participate in a mass meeting to be held in the Academy of to which All Are earnestly invited to be special potato too near the the new Cut being made for the Pennsylvania Railroad near Union Furnace was the scene of an Accident on saturday in which the victim was Louis a Young italian employed he had pre pared a charge for blasting and bad lighted the fuse which according to his reckoning didst work with sufficient just As he approached the charge to relight or readjust the the spark did its work and the explosion took the Young Man received a Shower of stones which were imbedded in his face and his left band was badly Bis eyes injured and his face the unfortunate Man was taken to the Altoona Hospital when the Middle Finger of his left hand was and his numerous wounds it was for him a severe lesson in the destructive properties of pasture to All my farms and lands Are under my control this and if you have Auy live cattle and sheep you want taken care by Sta pasturing or it will be to your interest to give me a my fences have been put in Good order and will be kept and All animals will receive the Best of John Box Blair use Tipton Coal mined Only by a Brilliant the Best entertainment in the history of local the russian famine Relief entertain ment at the Academy of music tuesday evening was a veritable Triumph in every first and most import the spacious playhouse was packed to the doors by an appreciative audience and consequently a handsome sum was secured to augment tyrones contribution toward the Relief of the starving peasants in Many were the compliments bestowed upon those participating in the and from Start to finish the Liberal applause at tested pleasure with which the Audi ence greeted the various the entertainment opened with a delightful by the choral Union orchestra under the direction of after which the curtain was Waite rendered a Beautiful recitation the defence of the with Power and winning Well deserved a the next miss Mary Copeling Soprano could i but was Given in a truly artistic Man master John Gates followed in a violin Fantasie sur with piano accompaniment by Beyer master Gates is a wonder in his control of this difficult instrument and he gained fresh laurels last the Etna non Hiltner and captured the receiving a tremendous ovation in the rendition of in old they were obliged to give a second miss Minnie Seegers rendition of Chopin polonaise displayed to advantage her superiority As a per former on the it was a very difficult composition perfectly no number of the program received a More Hearty reception than the Delight Ful Soprano hearts in which mrs Melick Sang with perfection of Fidelity and she was enthusiastically encoded and responded with a second pretty Bob seeds was on hand according to specifications and in trim with the spirit of the he was at his the speech was Replete with witticisms cleverly Strung together and the genial speakers remarks were continually punctuated with laughter and the Tyrone Banjo under the leadership of that master of the Frank played Normandy March and darkies and were enthusiastically recalled to Render the first part closed with a German part Frisch auf Zum by the Eintracht twelve under the Able direction of this was one of the most enjoyable numbers on the entire program and richly merited the encomium the second part opened with another excellent and highly appreciated Selec Eureka by the which was followed by a lost and in which miss Mildred abundantly sustained her Well known reputation for elocution Ary ability and gracefulness of gesture and the peasant wedding was delightfully Sung by a Quartetti com prising misses copelin and Barr and next Fol Lowed a Bohemian with unique by Charles whose Mastery of the piano was again excellently Nau was loudly applauded and responded with a second that charming Little miss Sarah 1 followed with the Lullaby papa will come she was a general favorite with the audience who were not satisfied until she responded to the enthusiastic William Cavan aroused great outbursts of laughter in the rendition of his original the new Witter performed the piano accompany the song was full of Good local and the Corporal was obliged to sing a fourth verse As the music for the song was composed by William the Banjo club received another ovation on playing darkies patrol and rendered in wild haste Galop on the the Emanou sex Tette followed in a pretty turkish drinking the entertainment concluded with an irresistibly funny after piece by seven blackface comedians who exhibited rare Talent in their particular their sketch was named the Bushin William Stratiff As the buxom lady of the Jones As her Coy John Stephens As the baby pro Charles Reese As the representative of the Martin Wighaman As the incipient Thomas Haupt As the Paragon of and William Reese As the corpulent sustained their parts in such a manner As to elicit roars of the curtain dropped amidst tempestuous upon the ladies and gentlemen who so kindly and willingly assisted in the inasmuch As the Herald wan deeply interested in the Success of the we take this occasion to thank one and All for their excellent and cordial Especial mention is due the untiring efforts of Charles Nau whose direction in the musical features of the program was invaluable and to whose stage management much of the Success of the entertainment is the directors of the Academy who cheerfully accorded free use of their handsome theatre and the members of the Academy Force Are Well entitled to general gratitude for their Jones with his accustomed liberality donated the use of an extra piano for the and Copelio kindly transported the instrument to and from the Academy free of Many other courtesies were extended for which the Herald in behalf of those for whose Relief the entertainment was returns most sincere no expense account detracts from the Gross and the entire amount realized from the Sale of has been added to the russian famine Relief the Herald congratulates our people again for the fresh Evi Dence of tyrones generous Tyrone base Ball club a Large number of the subscribers to Stock of the Tyrone base Ball club met in the rooms of the Young mens re publican league at 8 Oclock thursday evening to effect a permanent organi Burgess to whose efforts the impetus Given the organization this year is almost wholly due and who secured All the contributions on the subscription was chosen temporary and Daniel Ray acted As temporary it was first decided that Twenty per cent of the capital Stock should be paid in at and that Only those paying their assessment should be entitled to Mccann was chosen temporary treasurer and at the Call of the Roll 50 was the amount paid into his officers were then elected As follows Fisk Conrad vice president John Gwin William Scullin Michael Mccann William Killman the officers were by made members of the Board of a committee on bylaws comprising Ray and was appointed and the meeting then the general expression of opinion is that this entertainment was the beat Home concert Given in too Ruoh Praise cannot be suffering from blood of Philipsburg is suf Fering from blood the Phil Isburg journal says of monday at the Hospital he was examining the leg of a patient on whom the Day previous he had performed an and unfortunately be received a slight scratch on his thumb by coming in Contact with a he at once took the precaution to thoroughly Wash the injury and apply lie did not become alarmed until tuesday at lock whither he had gone to attend the ses Sion of the Clinton county medical when he became very he started for Home and suffered consider having a very High fever for awhile but his condition today is improved and if no other developments arise he will be All right again within a they bumped tuesday morning shortly before eleven Oclock the locomotives of the Street shifting train and a local freight were caught in a slight collision just below the locomotive was coming off track 3 and locomotive Engineer was going off track on account of some misunderstanding about the number 198 ran into the other and demolished matters to an the cylinders of both locomotives were badly shattered by the blowing of number 198 into the track 2 was considerably torn fireman William of number seeing the approaching jumped through the window of his he was not though somewhat shocked by the How to keep lard use no water in trying and Cook slowly to avoid the slightest if tried out in a Large put in a Small Quantity at the first until enough lard runs out to cover the then fill the Kettle and increase the heat by and stir when scraps begin to lower the fire and let it remain thus until it is while hot Strain into jars or tin pails with and keep Well the secret of keeping it Sweet lies largely in Protection from the the objection to the use of water in trying out lard is that if not entirely out is sure to of care this nay be but As above advised is Are

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