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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - August 01, 1895, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaThe Tyrone Herald by 0 s w Jones Tyrone a thursday aug test 11806 Twenty ninth year capital Chat news prom National Headquarters by our own correspondent Washington july has Joe Blackburn made a Deal with the administration a gentleman who is usually Well informed upon inside democratic happenings assured me that he had the Deal according to this gentleman provides that Blackburn shall not talk free Silver during the remain Der of the Kentucky Campaign Aud in return for his assistance in keeping the Silver question Iube background the administration promises that it will present i candidate for the Senate against Blackburn if the democrats re twi control of the legislature while not prets Din to vouch for the accuracy of this Story i will say Many tips received from the same source have proved to be straight there Are also corroborative circumstances As the lawyers say first Blackburn com ing to Washington in the midst of the Campaign second Bis refusal to talk third the Calk of administration democrats about Blackburn being reelected to the Senate if the democrats carry the legislature because of his personal popularity regardless of the Silver question to in the full significance of the last it must be remembered that a few weeks ago these same administration democrats were shouting anybody to beat Blaek Bura they do not love Blackburn now any More than they did then but they fear Republican Success in Kentucky More Secretary Carlisle wishes to have his to the democratic convention As Kentucky candidate for president and he knows Hia last Chance would go scarcely has one out of a possible one Hundred any Day Kentucky was carried by the republicans some of Black Burns friends have not hesitated to say that 5 be made to the Entrance to the store 1 Cigar factory Clu Rugeti Lumu s b Templeton has become the owner of the manufacturing and whole Sale and retail Cigar and tobacco Busi Ness of a m a Cults comic Fri Day the making of cigars began under the new management the business was established in Tyrone by the late Pius Sneeringer in 1873 and has been successfully conducted from that time to the present some time after the death of or Sneeringer a m Aulta co became the owners of the business who have now disposed of the same to or Templeton for Many years the bigness of manufacturing cigars has Btu conducted extensively a Tyrone but while it has not been on the increase for several years past it has been holding its own fairly Well it is the purpose of or Templeton to push it along now with Good Hopes of widening the Trade so As to make his factory a Large and import ant concern among the industries of the place for the present the factory will remain a the Flyntz Block where it has been for a number of years but soon As it becomes necessary other quarters will be found to meet the emergency of an increased business Martin Herzog has been installed As Foreman of the factory and the work is Progress ing nicely All the hands employed Are Tyrone people and or Templeton says it is his purpose to employ citizens of the place so Long As be can find per sons in the town who can do his work or Templeton a a Man of Good Busi Ness qualifications and will doubtless make a Success of his new venture the retail business will be continued in the Flynn Block also the room will in Short time receive a thorough overhauling Aud be made More pleas ant and More convenient for the Busi Ness it will be enlarged reaper eco painted and an improvement they would rather a Republican be elected to succeed him than a Stefe land Democrat maybe that was Only a Bluff but it frightened the Otter Fel lows it was evident to Carliste if not to test i the administration that with Blackburn and Bis Fdl ends doing their level Best the republicans would have an even Chance to win and that with Blackburn Audi be friends indifferent the Republic a Success was cer hence the necessity for making a of some sort the Louisana senators having failed in their appeals to Cesar men car Lisle and Bowler to let their sugar growing Soasti tents have the Money Congress appropriated for them Haye taken their Appeal to Cesar Cleveland himself these senators know just Well As a very body else does that Appeal will be useless the holding up of sugar Bounty Money having been sanctioned by or Cleveland Loog be fore Little Bowier set himself we As a sort of one Man supreme Wurt to de the constitutionality of acts of Congress appropriating but made Secretary Carlisle put on record in bowlers support they wish to compel or Cleveland to do the same Little boaters action is a foregone conclusion although be will 9n August 7 go through the farcical proceeding of listening to arguments in favor of the of the us sugar Bounty Law he has been ordered to hold up that Money and he will do it it is somewhat difficult to understand democratic ideas of Economy one member of the mar be say s As a measure of econ omy abolished the distribution of seeds to the Farmers of the country in Defi Ance of Congress which appropriated the Money to buy the seeds and to pay for their distribution another Mem Ber of the Secretary Herbert has started on a weeks tour of the Atlantic coast summer resorts on Board of the u s dispatch boat Dol Phin at Public expense he didst say that Bis pleasure trip was also a Meas ure of Economy but he tries to disguise its real nature by pretending that it is made for the purpose of inspecting the 3favy Yards on the at lactic the nations of the world seem to know the timid nature of the Cleveland administration quite As Well As americans do months ago France was asked to furnish a copy of the papers in the Case of a Consul Waller who is now in a French prison and it refused an unprecedented thing to do another demand has since been made for the papers and state department officials express the opinion that another refusal will in due course be made meanwhile an american citizen is languishing in a French prison on what he claims to be trumped up charges and an unfair trial this administration seems to be opposed to Protection for americans either at Home or abroad it is estimated that there Are about 1500 people in Tyrone who smoke cigars j and allowing that the average con sumption is fire for each person the total would be 7500 cigars a this nay seem overdrawn but it is known that Many persons smoke feta fifteen to Twenty a Das while Aoa of course smoke Les than one a Day on an aver age if Thev smoke at All so the Esti mate May not be so very wide of the Mark estimating last As Many cigars go out of town from the factories As come in from other factories this Industry in itself to already an important one though consumption May be tout 5000 per Day if forced As or doing the Busi Ness May in a Short time reach very Large proportions Small Sampat hitching weight in front of the Franciscus hardware store is a Sample of hitching weight is neat and no doubt will answer the purpose first rate for which it is in tended and in time we Hope All the unsightly hitching posts on the prominent streets will be replaced by a Complete system of these weights for hitching purposes a Tyrone it would give the town a More like appearance and would harmonize with the otherwise neat and attractive appearance of our streets speaking of weights for pitching Pur poses a horse to matter How tame he May be should not be left stand on the Street eclied the most docile animal is liable to and life is always endangered by the runaway in a town besides a hitched horses standing on the Street Are liable and frequently do destroy Shade Trees this is an outrage and to discouraging to those who in deader to beautify and make their prop Erpf comfortable by cultivating and rearing Shade Trees along the curb every delivery Wagon in town and every other vehicle that Baa occasion to make frequent stops along the streets should be provided with a weight to prevent runaways and protect the Trees from destruction As Drivers of milk wagons usually remain in their wagons if would Perua be inconvenient and indeed unnecessary for them to use the weight but it is certainly not the proper thing for them to carelessly allow their horses to injure Trees while they Are dealing out milk to customers which a sometimes the Case it would be a first rate thing if a sys Tern of weights were adopted and we Hope in the interest of cleanliness and in the interest of the Shade tree that it will not be far Distant be careful in cashing there not always Worth the Cash a Good piece of advice to our people is that they should be everlastingly Vig Ilant and punctilious by careful about giving up Good hard Cash in Exchange for checks the the value of which they cannot be fully assured of several Small forgeries in this immediate part of the state make this reminder of present pertinence l c Johnston has for two or three years conducted a Small mercantile establishment at Spruce Creek and upon his stationery announced himself a dealer in merchandise cigars tobacco and file soaps partaking of a Quality of the last mentioned commodity he has proved himself a Slippery customer As is evidenced by the discovery that he has been juggling with checks which Are not genuine orders to pay Johnston selected the name of a a Stevens Esq of Tyrone As a signature for Bis forged checks and dated them july 20 which happened to be last pay Day at or Stevens extensive Limestone quarries at Penberton the checks were All drawn upon the Blair county banking co of Tyrone even though or Stevens at present has no account running with this Bank there was no particular advantage in Johnstons selection of payday for drawing the checks As or Stevens pays Hia men with Cash by the envelope system his employees not receiving checks at All the checks which in the Ordinary course of business came o the Blair county Bank for payment with the forged signature of me Stevens on All were no 863 for endorsed Hugo Mayer and presented by the first National Bank of Huntingdon no for endorsed s c Thompson and presented by the Al too a Bank no 987 for endorsed Thomas Grimeson co presen Ted by the Huntingdon Bank and Blank number for endorsed and presented for payment by e w Graf fits of Spruce Creek the forgeries were palpable and the checks were ested and cat once remanded to the correspondent backs and endorsers who will be the losers in the crooked turn of affairs Johnston has disappeared another Ca Setji forgery is also to be noted a Tyrone a few Days ago a Young Man of about Nineteen appeared in a local mercantile establishment purchased a Small Bill of goods and offered in payment a Check for on the first National Bank of Tyrone purporting to be signed by Thomas Coleman the merchant did not know the customer who gave his name As John t Dull and who represented my self As an employee of or Coteman who is oae of the Best known Farmers in sinking Valley and a stockholder in the Bank upon which the Check was drawn after some hesitation the merchant accepted the Check and in Theo Ourse o is business deposited it Only to Fine that it was worthless it Wasa clubs forgery and anyone familiar with or Coleman signature would ave seen the trick at once the merchant do not know Dull nor or Coleman Sig nature however and took the Check on a risk it is simply a lesson that should be heeded by All business men tha they should know their men before extending the accommodation of cashing checks for customers John t Dull like Johnston has disappeared picture we keep a Large Supply of mouldings on hand and can make frames of an size on shortest ga1 Lery Lotu Street Tyrone i if the lady Bike riders dont turn out in the next Parade Well print All the mean poetry about them that we can find a Sample of which is submitted As follows wily floes use Cycle Maiden title As fast us Eer Slie can 1 doubtless Lier keen Eye Imti descried not fur Man we outdoor groups make a speciality of outdoor groups parties wishing such work done will do Well to Giro us a Coulters Art gallery 10th Street Tyrone wet an Kinjo arable Surprise party Walter Burley is one of the greatest piety men in Tyrone we Usu the Era society not in the sense that a generally understood but this time wish to convey the meaning that if Here is a secret order laying round Oose anywhere that Walt dont belong o wed like to know it not that it would do us any particular Good but it might be Gratifying to know it that 11 but what we started out to get at s if you want to do anything that you Orit want Walt to know anything about do it during Lodge hours on Al most any night in the week and youll it it sore wednesday he was in his place in the Odd Fellows meeting and while he was enjoying the proceedings Hereof fifty or sixty of his friends gathered at his Home on Bald Eagle venue and fourteenth Street and put everything in readiness to give him a oin plete Surprise on his appearance afer adjournment of Lodge the arrangements for the Surprise were made by the ladies of Alfarata Temple knights of the Golden Eagle and the daughters of Rebecca Auxin Ary to the Independent order of Odd allows they performed their task veil and Walt threw up the sponge the minute he entered his Home they gave him a warm greeting and kept up he fun for hours Walt finally recover no from his setback and joined in the unas heartily As any one at the Roper hour he got a big feed and to he great satisfaction of All there was Ulli Lieut left to Supply the entire party t was a be supper and those who were not there missed something unusual by Fine and Good the party lasted till 2 on thursday morning then All lands went Home to interview their deceased aunts and grandmothers while Ivalet was left with his family to learn Low the trick was so completely played upon him it was his birthday anniversary and he is fort two years old but he int particular about having hat known at il15 Oclock thursday Forenoon mrs Seney Witchey relict of the lat a d Richey died at her Home on Eden Hill in Francelin county from Cance of the liver after an illness of Tuffree weeks she was a member of the get Man Baptist or Tankard Church and a consistent Christian lady Bora in Bedford county August 51835 was o9 years 11 months and 20 Days o age surviving the deceased Are three sons and one daughter namely j a Witchey of h g Grant an Sadie at Home three Brothers and three Sisters also survive Mathew me Daniel of Deuton my Wilsoa me Daniel of Everett Amos Mcdaniel of Kansas mrs Joseph College o West Virginia mrs Isaac Brumbaugh of Ohio and mrs l Loys Burg Bedford county the occurred at 930 Oclock on sunday morning services Wen held at the late Home of deceased after which interment was made at Bur Keta graveyard near warriors Nark give a dog n Lud Jimne a boy in Kansas As pulling a dog along the Road by a rope the boy called to Bis dog com along pop you ornery cuss a bystander asked him Why he called the dog top for Short answered the boy whats his full name populist answered the boy Why called him populist asked the stranger Well sir because to is just like a populist Hes the ornery St dog in Kansas he aint Worth a Dura Only to sit on Hia Tail and howl Imit inlay social the birthday social Given by the Bug Lish lutheran Church last week was a very pleasant Aud altogether Success Ful affair during the Early part of the evening a vocal and instrumental entertainment was Given it was a most Complete affair being participated in by some of our Best local musical Talent after the exercise sin the Church were concluded ice Cream and cake Ware served on the Lawn in the rear of the Church the birthday offering de to about forty dollars and the net proceeds of the festival were about of teen dollars making in All about fifty five dollars the offerings were enclosed in Small bags each one contain ing a Penny year of Tebei Sones age one of tree special features of the entertainment was the Render ing of a sons in by h avar ing something new outside tree German circles and Lor that reason specially attractive Many of the Churchea were represented in the cast which indicates a Liberal spirit and added to the general enjoy cent the social was conducted by the y p s c e and the invitations to it were a unique affair being gotten up in acrostic form by the superintendent of the sunday school r n tee Case will go to Cost Billj Ellis and his wife arrested for maintaining a Bawdy souse it has been known by persons having inside information that the police Olli cers of Tyrone Borough have had the premises occupied by William Ellis Aud wife on Park Avenue under surveillance for a number of months past for the purpose of securing substantial Evi Dence to sustain a general impression prevailing that the establishment has been conducted As a Bawdy place of ill repute in very Low form As time progressed a net has been weaving which was sufficiently matured on saturday for action to be taken officer wands therefore made information before Justice Taylor and War rants were issued Fot the arrest of Ellis and wife and Joseph Pavoni the owner of the premises occupied by the Ellis people for renting to them the House for the practice of prostitution the warrants were served on saturday and the parties were arrested by officers Snyder and Miller and taken before the Justice where they entered bail for their appearance before that office for a following is a copy of the information made by officer wands against Ellis and wife Blair county As Henry Wanda being duly sworn according to Law depose to and Saith that he is health officer of the Borough of Tyrone and of the police Force of same place that one William Ellis and Lucinda his wife run keep and maintain a common Bawdy Bouse and place for the practice of fornication on Park Avenue in the Borough of Tyrone county aforesaid and at this Date and at diverse times within two years last past keep and maintain the same contrary to the act of Assembly in such cases made and provided Henry wands sworn and subscribed before m3 this 27th Day of july 1805 f Tat Lokaj p the information against Joweph a oui is As Fallows Blair county is Henry winds being duly sworn according to i few depos etl and Saith that he is health officer of the Borough of Tyrone and of the police Force of same that one Joseph Pavoni owner of the dwelling House on Park Avenue Tyrone Borough Blair county a knowingly lets and de Mises the same to William Ellis Anc Lucinda his wife to be kept and Hel by them As a common Bawdy House and for the practice of prostitution at the present Date july 27 1895 cos tray to the act or Assembly in suet cases made and provided Henry wands sworn anti subscribed before me Thi 27th Day 1895 w f Latiok j p the appointed hour on Monde the parties appeared at the office o Squire Taylor waived heating an entered bail for their appearance truth the great Reynolds show it is with Pride that manager nolds views the result of five years of continuous Prosperity his shows this year embraces a Yaag nascent display of entirely new features and is larger and better in every Way another source of satisfaction is in the appreciation accorded him by the press and Public in his honest and successful methods of dealing with his patrons swindling or gambling of any description has Ever been or Ever will be allowed about the Shew in Al departments of tree vast concern honesty and fair dealing has Ever been the motto the Public Are Quick to notice these qualities Aad wherever the big show exhibits a crowded tent is a certainty it will be seen Here in All its gorgeous splendor on monday August 5 lost livery Man John Bennett bought a one new team of Carriage horses Over beyond Tyrone and brought them Home thursday night it was late in the evening when he started from Tyrone Riding in a buggy and leading his new horses coming up the Mountain John got sleepy and presently began to doze and finally fell fast asleep when he wakened he was at the top of the Moun Tain and his new horses were gone his feelings can be better imagined than described but there was no other Way then to go Back after them which he did and found them Leren Miles Back quietly grazing along the Road Side its a Dandy team but it makes Johns Dander raise when he thinks about that ride Back Down the Moun Philipsburg Ledger they had croat up at Ebensburg the other Day Kol Brucd from Gori uitus Christian Seeger returned saturday vening from his trip to Germany High y delighted with his visit to the father and but indeed to be Back with Amity and friends or Seiner left Tyrone april 30 and ailed from new York a few Days later the steamship trave arriving at firemen May 10 after a voyage of less ban ten Days he spent eight weeks Germany visiting Bremen Berlin and other cities three full weeks were Given to Lis visit to his native lace Stuttgart the capital City of Wurtemberg which is the prettiest City them All Here or Seeger bad a orally Good time Aud met Many men whom he had known in his Chi blood and youth but whose Airlike his own s now silvered by time Here too he visited his Niece most of his relatives be in America or Seeger bad the Leasure of seeing Prince Bismarck the Ron Chancellor several times returning to Good old America or eager brought with him his Niece Aulten Marie Seitz who will Roake or Home with him in Tyrone they it Bremen at noon july 16 on the Eam ship Havel and arrived at jew Fork at noon july 24 just eight clays it the trip was a pleasant one with o storms and Only a Little rough sea our Voyageur escaped seasick Ness As e says he bad a Good preventative for he troublesome com plaint or Seeger and his Niece on arriving York took a trip to port Jer vis k y where they saw a number of relatives after Bieh they came to Tyrone saturday that evening a arge number of or Seegers friends United in giving him a Joyful Welcome iome relations came from a distance Greet him among those who spent sunday at the Seeger Home were mrs Draftz and daughter mrs katrina Xoe Behig and mrs Barbara Kaucher of Newark n j mrs Gus Klemmer and or and mrs Mark Voudrin of Altoona or Seeger looks Well enjoyed the trip to his native land from which he had been absent forty two years but his love for America is Only increased and he declares that this country is the Best of All doge and dog Tyrone is act the Only place Earth in which Elcas and dug Laws axe subjects of discussion of More or Jess import Ance to the canine tribe the dog Nui Sance Here has been pretty effectually bandied through the efficient adherence to Law by the authorities and the industrious application of Sam Parks Lasso but a Crumb of Comfort to the of the persecuted animal May be Xterm of Blair county a Twat a Btu convenes on the first monday of octo Ber next Joseph Pavoni became Security for Ellis and wife and Cornelius Gallagher is bail for Savonis appear Ance a a Stevens Esq was pres ent to take care of the commonwealths Side of the Case the other Side did not have a lawyer present matters have now taken such form Traat a thorough investigation pertaining to the conduct of these people will be made and As suming that it is not possible for such damaging reports to get out about a place As Are and have been in circulation about the establishment in question without there being Good grounds for it it is to be hoped that the matter will be penetrated to the Bottom and while the officers claim to is Well armed for prosecuting the Esse to a successful end ing let All decent citizens encourage them in their course and those who May have information that would As Sist them in the commendable work should make it known so that the Case Strong As it May be As it now stands May be increased in strength As much As facts Aud courage can make it no loophole Large enough for the escape of a guilty party should be left unclosed let full Justice be meted out to the violators of the Laws of morality and the Legal statute be extracted from the following from harpers weekly Dors Bavo not the Vak be Here that they fave in England and this is so notwithstanding uie fact that frogs Are property Here Aud they Are not property in but Lauu this seeming Paradox May be tar planned from tie fact Rohac according to the old English Laws felony was punish Able by death if dogs bad been prof erty then to a a Ovid have been felony Onuis Brablc by death it was not Cimisi Deport right that a can should die for a dog and therefore Doss were held by the courts not to be property there Are foolish dug Laws in nearly every City and town in the United states based on the presumption that dogs Are not property but such Laws would not stand investigation Aud the interpretation of the higher courts a dog Catcher who seizes dogs and puts them to death is acting without warrant of Law whatever the local ordinance for property cannot be taken from a citizen without giving him an Opportunity to be Beard in a court of Law before a jury the owners of Fine dogs Are usually so careful of them that the dog catchers and Pound keepers have Small Chance to capture them advertised j advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Post office Are addressed to the persons named below these letters have been in the office for one week without being called for after being advertised letters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarder to the dead letter office at Washington when they Are immediately returned to the writers or destroyed the list is As follows for the week ending saturday july 26 mrs Elizabeth Henney mrs Jane Bottorff mrs Viola Hoff mrs a Johnson mrs Jennie Grazier mrs k Price mrs Mary Everley mrs Martha Payne my saw Bearth Awilson Sarah Sunderland Chas Cra Mough Chas heaver Saml Reed George m Diehl Homer Smith John s Woomer Jno n Gwin Edwin Floyd p t Forgarty h p Lent George b Macii w Fisk Conrad postmaster Ime Tarwi of children if you want to be sure to get a Good picture of them take them to Coulters tent St Tyron Daw i warning to trespassers the recent legislature amended the act Lor the Protection of Grain fruit Etc from the raids of trespassers and the Farmer now has it in his Power to make it exceedingly uncomfortable for this class of marauders it will be noticed also that the act extends a similar Protection to the town the amended Law approved june is 1s95 is As follows any person or persons who shall wilfully enter or break Down through or Over any Fiel Orchard Garden Yard Fence hotbed greenhouse or who shall wrongfully club Stone Cut break bark or otherwise mutilate or damage an Field crop nut fruit or ornamental tree Shrub Bush Plant or Vine trellis Arbor hotbed or greenhouse or who shall trample or in Anywise injure any Grain grass Vine vegetables or other growing crop or who shall wilfully take or carry away Grain Corn Rye wheat or other Field crop fruit or table plants nuts or berries or any fruit or ornamental Trees vines or shrubs whether the same May be attached to the soil or not shall be sub act to a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars for each and every offence the Best is what you want when you Are in need of a Medicine that is Why you should insist upon hoods Sarsaparilla a

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