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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Tyi on Herald the jail at Hollidaysburg contains Twenty nine lots of dances and fun in she marry it is estimated that were people at Idlewild the highest faint in the state of Pennsylvania is in Somerset the amount of taxable property in Hollidaysburg this year is while keeping Cool read Crawford new see the Beautiful romantic View of the ruined Abbey in she marry a genuine train of cars is used in the production of she marry some of the most exciting and sensational scenes in she marry the Young mens Christian association take this Means of express ing their Hearty thanks to All those Tio so kindly contributed to the Success of their entertainment Friday a Complete set of Calcium lights give an added Charm to the Eryin she Beautiful seen marry the Pitcher released by Al has been signed by the Clearfield Mountain league manager Owens is after several More state league players and Bellefonte will find out that there Are other Ball teams in the world the juice from a dozen oranges and four a new and lofty Windmill for pump ing water has been erected at Wop son Knock two new cars Are being finished for use on the Clearfield and Northern Railroad Lillian Kenedy and her As mirth provokes Are a Host in the Philadelphia team will Cross bats with the Tyrone club Here on August Wilson who have just completed have an import ant new advertisement miss Lillian the brightest on the is Bess in marry Bowman Marble cutters have dissolved Bow Man will continue the James Mcnelis has listed from the Borough and taken up his residence at the old Homestead just West of soldiers bound East and nonunion workmen bound West form a consider portion of the Railroad traffic at the Academy of music next Friday seats Are now on Sale at flacks drug the ladies Wil be delighted with the costumes worn by miss Kennedy in she marry which will be the under the auspices of Tyrone next Friday the seemingly augmented coloured population of Tyrone of late is in sequence of the work being done at cold Spring Railroad where about thirty five men of the negro per suasion Are the Secretary of the wishes to express publicly his thanks to Lewis Ginter Tor an artistic arrangement of ferns in the parlor fire part of the decorations for last Friday nights the business places of Spackman and Conklin at were destroyed by fire Early Friday insurance spontaneous combustion bears the the regular semimonthly meeting of the Young mens Republican league will be held on Friday evening of this Goodwill Council of will hold a Basket picnic at 101 Springs Park on saturday August the Tannery whistle is again in form and is regularly sending Forth its familiar sound thus the town is As it used to the popular she marry will be the attraction at the Academy of music next Friday eve August at the state a charter was granted the citizens building and loan association number of formerly of has been appointed ticket and baggage agent at to take the place of Woodring Harry Brown desires in these the Philipsburg base Ball club added another Scalp to its Belt thursday and clinched its position in the Lead in the Mountain league Champion ship by defeating the visiting Houtzdale the score was 8 to the Houtzdale baseball club suffered defeat at the hands of the Bellefonte team Friday in a six inning game rain proven Ting further the score was 3 toll Shetter occupied the Box for Houtzdale and Eddie Knouff pitched for the ladies of the presbyterian Church of Bellefonte recently held a Rainbow Tea to raise Money for the Organ which is now Over when the ladies have raised some of the Rich men of the Church have promised to raise the Clarence an employee of Gray and of this while engaged in painting the stable of William at Alexandria last fell from the a distance of Over Twenty alighting on his with the exception of a few bruises he escaped the Railroad scene in she marry three represents an outlay of five thousand dont miss it but secure seats now at flacks for this her thanks to friends and neighbors for kindness rendered at the time of the death of her a Tyrone Bruiser joined the guests in the county jail at Hollidaysburg Fri swelling the total confined Popula Tion of that institution to the Mountain league championship game Between the Clearfield and Houtz Dale clubs wednesday resulted in favor of the Clearfield club by the score 6 to after an enforced absence of two weeks from his practice on account of is again Able to be and is again on duty at his the Philipsburg Mountain league baseball lists have the distinction of being Only team in the league which has not yet been Defeated on their own Miller was taken Sud Denly ill at an Early hour on sunday morning at his Home on Washington Avenue and has since been confined to his miss Helen Brooks gave a pleasant party for her Young friends at her Home on Lincoln Avenue Friday the occasion celebrating the fifth birthday of the Little the Tyrone Junior Defiance composed of boys not so big As the name of the Defeated the brewery Hill team of bigger by a score of 9 to 1 monday the German lutheran sunday school will picnic at 100 Springs Park on trains leave at and All baskets should be taken to the Church before 9 the dog Days Are Here and will continue until september every pre caution should be taken to keep the system in As Good order As possible As a Mitis this period disease is most fre Hays a respected citizen of Goshen Clearfield died on july the deceased was the father of Emory formerly of now a resident of your husband was a Man of Many excellent qualities sighed the he was a Good Man every body says i want much acquainted with him be belonged to six attraction which under the auspices of the Tyrone May be seen at the Academy of music next Friday the Tyrone and sinking Valley Cas knights of the Gulden Eagle held a joint picnic at 100 Springs Park last a huge time is of course grand vice chief Fred Harris was the leading spirit of the a game of base Ball waa one of the amusing the strayed or stolen have been George of succeeded in finding the remainder of his lost flock of seven in on thursday in the wilds when the clubs get properly Mitchell on tuesday even ing entertained a number of Young friends of her miss Ida who is about to leave for her Home at the after a pleasant visit the Young folks contested at Jack first prizes being won by miss Ray Cald Well and Clem Booby prizes by miss Alice Swartz and another Little one has passed to the great another Home made Des Olate by the loss of a cherished Esther daughter of and Mary Ella died at the Home of her parents on eighteenth last of cholera she was aged Only nine months and one the funeral took place on Friday last and interment was made in the Bald Eagle there is triumphant rejoicing in the ranks of the Tyrone Raccoon destroy ing after prolonged George one of the prominent this morning received from Bedford a Coon dog said to know his business thorough he is just a common looking Ca nine but he be tens to have the fight element in John Brown pronounces the dog Likely to be a the Young men who were the inti mate friends of Wallace Dur ing his two years residence in surprised him Friday evening in a very pleasant by presenting him a handsome Gold headed Cane As a Token of their esteem on the eve of his departure from their Samuel Eby delivered the presentation address in his usual Happy manner and the recipient responded with All his accustomed Charles the is spending his vacation at the warm Sulphur Springs of his arrangements for the forthcoming production of Julius Are nearly in addition to those Al ready announced he has engaged the following Well known actors Willard Bertram John William Calvin and John the production promises to be one of unusual the lecture to be delivered by Colo Nel George of in the Tyro no Academy of monday August will doubtless at tract the usual Large audience which invariably greets colonel Bain when Ever he visits this the subject will be the Golden or age and land in which we this is a powerful literary instructive and the net proceeds Are to be devoted to the building fund of the second methodist rasp the Rind with a Lump of and after the juice of the Lemons and oranges Baa been strained add it together with the Lump of to the boiled sugar and and after stir ring All thoroughly freeze the same As ice colonel George the eloquent is Best known in Tyrone As a temper Ance because in the Many lectures he has delivered All but one were in the interest of a movement in which he is one of the Foremost the lecture which he will deliver next monday evening in the Academy of will reveal another Side of this versatile mans and will be of a purely literary abounding in True wit and humor the subject is the Golden or age and land in which we the faithful of the Adams express monday afternoon fell on Pennsylvania Avenue near the Ward House and suffered a sprain of the right he was Given in charge of Henry Calvin Koon for but before he had finished the treatment the horse kicked his physician and Koon was obliged to go Home for repairs awhile Doc is now recuperating at Davis and a horse belonging to Pitcher is furnishing the motive Power for the express delivery William Brill has been fortunate in securing colonel George of to deliver a lecture in this place monday August for tin Benefit of the second methodist episcopal Church building the simple announcement of the speakers coming insures a Hearty interest to be taken by Tyrone people among whom no other Public orator is so popular As colonel the subject of the lecture will be the Golden Gate or the age and land in which we the eloquent kentuckian always Speaks to a Large audience in for a Cool Retreat when the thermometer is co quetting with the nineties 100 Springs Park displayed itself to eminent advantage last wednesday was one of the prizewinning hot Days and the Mercury registered 96 degrees in Tyrone while at the it was comfortable at the Waters of the numerous Springs in the Park Are delightfully ranging from 55 to 50 degrees during the past hot the Springs vary in temperature most people would presume that the water of Crystal Spring is coldest but it is two degrees warmer than that of bubbling Spring Only a few feet Dis moved it in Steen an unusual event attracted a Large number of spectators to the Vicinity of cold Spring forge last it was the moving of Bridge number on the main line of the Pennsylvania from its old to Span the River in connection with the Tressle just built some distance the work was in charge of master Carpenter of the Middle and civil Engineer of the Middle As soon As Atlantic express had cleared the old about the ropes were adjusted and in about minutes the preparations for the big undertaking had been a Force of fully 300 men participated in the the Bridge was moved a Dis Tance of eight nine feet and the actual time spent in moving it was Only sixteen and a half James Cullen had a Large gang of men in who immediately threw the double tracks in position for it was difficult work excellently freight trains West were held at this Point until the completion of the and they reached from Tyrone to Birm the first train to pass Over the new temporary Structure was a beef train then both East and West bound trains took the new line in rapid the first passenger train Over the Tressle was Harrisburg a the work of building the new Stone Arch to provide for four tracks will now be pushed rapidly by the con Keller of Birmingham and the full sixty Are now sheltered in the fold and none Are on the Hills the infant grandchild of Harry died at his Home on Washington Avenue on saturday of cholera aged five months and four the funeral services were conducted sunday afternoon by and interment Fol Lowed in Tyrone an Irish peddle who stopped off in Huntingdon the other Day got into a crowd of Hunting dons non and began giving his Money away very he bad about forty but when the crowd was through with him he had Only left with which to Lay in a new Supply of goods Donald George father of mining Engineer Fraser who recently removed from Tyrone to Hast died at his Home deceased was a civil and mining Engineer and and was a contributor to some of the Lead ing engineering journals of the the 8yearold son of James of fell from a third Story window to the distance of thirty wednesday his left Arm was broken by the and he was badly his escape from instant death was due to the fall being broken by a Small and his alight ing on the there was a big demand for standing room in the Pullman cars of fast lines first Section which came to Tyrone on time ouday the reason there for was that the second for Ordinary was almost two hours and local passengers endeavoured to evade waiting so Long to Start for their various there will be another big excursion to Idlewild his August when the reformed sunday schools and churches Between Huntingdon and will bold their annual reunion and Home the fare from Tyrone for the round will a bite Tow As in thruway a sex seventy five the latest railway Post office service change announced for this Section has just been promulgated by the depart ment in general order the rail Way postal clerk on the Curwensville and Tyrone route is instructed to extend his run so As to begin at Grampian the new terminus of the increasing the route Miles and making the whole distance Miles the change took effect on monday and the line will hereafter be designated As the Grampian and Tyrone it has become More and More the custom of campers at the Newton Hamilton grounds to proceed to that place some Days in Advance of the form Al opening of the annual Cam meeting and thus secure a Brief season of recreation without being subjected to the discomforts of a Tyrone delegation left for the Newton Hamil ton Camp grounds last in the party were James Caldwell and with their colonel George the eloquent has been invited to the great Ocean Grove Assembly twelve successive seasons and has Given Twenty four addresses there within twelve he has also been recalled twelve times to the great Quakertown annual meet ing in and twelve times to Silver new at none of these places is he More How than in and our people Hail with Delight the announcement that he will lecture Here again next monday on August the Millers of Blair county and Morrison Cove will hold their first reunion and picnic at roaring of roaring will deliver the address of this will be replied to by John of Arch there will be Short addresses by other prominent Millers discussing prominent features in the and especially those that relate to the Best interests of the Farmer and Grain Peter tingling and David Rice Are the committee on reception a very Nice Orange ice is made in this Way put a quart of water and three fourths of a Pound of sugar in a Force lain lined Saucepan Over a moderately hot when it has boiled ten min remove u from the fire and let it 1 stand until it is perfectly squeeze Green goods circulars from the classic City of new York continue to Shower upon Tyrone some fellow seems to have an idea that this town Shoul i furnish a Rich Field for counterfeiters several merchants have been recipients of the enticing Cir a prominent business Man received the usual Green goods proposal in his mail he was in Case he should wish to handle the to Send the following Telegram to 2196 eighth new York City Send setter number Tyrone business men dont Deal in such off coloured setter the Bellwood bulletin records the following Adam of Spring Centre to the extent of boarded with Weaver on Clark was arrested by officer Zimmerman at his Home on last thurs the information was sworn to by Weaver before Alderman of and the charge was defrauding a boarding House he was taken before the in default of bail remanded the prisoner to jail to await Niece had Only been married to a Young lady of Tyrone on the sunday preceding his while in Bellwood he followed the occupation of a the famous Stone cottage of Snyder at Point near Williams is occupied this week by a merry campers hailing from Centre Chester and Camp Sar is the name Given their the Tyrone members of the party Are misses Cora and Kate Emma Melissa Lindsay and Belle and Mccormick was with the party until Friday when his business called him Camp was opened last tuesday and the party expect to remain at Cosar two the Narv Sously cheap excursion under the auspices of the United Brethren churches and sunday to on the Ligonier Valley rail attracted a Large number to take advantage of the Days the excursion train arrived at Tyrone at thursday already Well at this place fully four Hundred excursion its joined the Over a Hundred of whom were Tyrone Farmers and their families from the surrounding country began arriving in town by Wagon loads about and Many of the excursion lists came Here from Points on the Branch the cars were simply packed when they left Here and four More coaches had to be added at Folly wants a until sunday a resident of Waring was the Happy possessor of a cuban Parrot which was of such an eminently social nature that she had become an important fac Tor in the the Bird was a Bril Jiant on sunday Polly escaped in some Way from her Cage Ami proceeded on a Jaunt on her own Malister pursued the Parrot which took Refuge in a tree the owner thought he had he climbed the de Bis and just As he came near her he remarked come i wont do replied the Bird the owner reached out his just succeeding in touching the when Polly shrieked get and then got out of that Vicinity Mcalister pursued her a Little far ther but As he approached again Polly told him to mind his own and then vanished from the Parrot is still at probably Hunting up some More of her kind with whom to Exchange a bit of she will find this a strange country for Mcalister offers a Reward for the recovery of the Blair cos fast Tyrone is bound to be known the country Over for us at the grand circuit races at Cleveland on a distinguished feat was accomplished by Bay owned by George Blair of Cleo was one of the participants in the trotting race of the and she won the third and fourth thus scoring the Victory and capturing a purse of the Swift animals time was and Cleo is a Bay Mare by dam by Macej s her Previ Ous record was so that besides winning this important she also lowered her record 5 certainly an excellent Cleo is Only a fou year old Mare and trotted at Cleveland against aged and experienced a Sermon to a Large congregation sunday evening listened to Gilberts Sermon on warning to at the first methodist pastor Gilbert based his remarks upon Street scenes in drawing largely from his own and he spoke from the text proverbs the Sermon taught parental duty and its parental neglect and its the Rod and not for punishment but for Are necessary and compatible with of Home should be a scene not Only of love but also of the speaker first treated the Folly of leaving a child to explaining How the interest of the the Parent and the Are injured secondly he gave the evidences that in Tyrone too Many children Are left to themselves Aud enumerated the evils that have re novel intemperance Aud Street walk ing at pastor Gilbert spoke in vigorous and he strongly pealed to parents to look carefully and religiously to the welfare of their the to go out of doors in rough weather is not but to ii Muy of compelled to face rough weather diseases which urine from a chill Are Peculiar to no season of the this therefore there should be in the closet of every what hot an absolutely devoid of anything but an Ono Tivo not but a Tonio in the effective form of Aii Luvi Gorant and an the Quality of defence against changes of Hosteller Sto Muu bitters has Throe or four properties that no other article of its class not Only does it relieve the com Plain to which it eventually it fortifies the system against the Baa Ette ots of changes of fatally and too often shown in the deadly of la Grippe it produces a Radical change in the weakened condition of a system peculiarly liable to be attacked by and it tends to provide Agelus t the danger resulting Roro an impoverished condition of the blood and a disordered state of the liver or bowels personal Points miss tussle of is visiting friends in misses Gertrude and Bessie of Are guests of miss Elsie miss Mary Wright of is a guest at the Home of on tenth miss Bessie Sprankle is visiting at the Home of in miss Rose of is the guest of her miss Cora on twelfth George Wilson and Frank Crawford have returned from their vacation trip miss Jessie after a pleas ant visit with friends returned to Altoona last Howard of is mingling with the girls and boys of his acquaintance in misses Grace Furey of and Jennie of Are visiting miss Katie left tuesday morn ing or a visit of two weeks to friends in Columbus and after a pleasant visit to his at has returned to his Home in new miss Jessie of after a pleasant visit with Tyrone returned Home Friday Wilson and family left monday morning for storm town where they will spend a season of rest and rec David Caldwell left thursday for where be will be connected with the mercantile firm of Oster Man miss minute of Hunting Don who had been visiting miss Bertha Haupt returned Home last Mon Day of who has been a Reader of the Herald throughout its was a pleasant caller Henry is Home again from the hustling new where he has been busily engaged at surveying for several John of Principio Furnace is visiting his Jacob Boger and Walter in Lyon and of arrived in Tyrone saturday even ing and will spend several weeks visit ing friends in this Howe is entertaining As guests at his Lincoln Avenue his miss Ella and miss min Nie both of Joseph of arrived in Tyrone to spend a week with his Christ Kienzle and Woomer and of Philips greeted friends Between trains Here while on their Way to the Newton Hamilton Camp meeting and of after a visit to their parents left monday for where they expect to remain this of the Hunt Ingdon was in town in attendance at the distribution of the balance in hands of the executor of the estate of the late John study and of Are visiting relatives in this study is a brother of the late and study to whom be bears a striking superintendent of the Melvern Broom is in Philadel engaging More Broom makers foe that the heavy orders Are too much for the present attorney of Al was in town sitting As auditor to distribute the balance in hands of executor of the estate of John Morrison Ray and Smith went to the Newton Hamilton Camp meeting accompanying Wilson who had been spending a Day at her Home in this Pinkerton and after an extensive visit with her parents in have departed for Chi to join professor Pinkerton who is now engaged extensively in the Book and stationery business in that accompanied by his Fred and left at noon tuesday for pastor Gilbert will proceed on thursday to the Moun Tain Grove Luzerne where he will deliver five illustrated he will return in about a Wallace departed saturday morning for his former with his parents he will leave there next wednesday for los where he will reside per Doc will be greatly missed in base and newspaper circles the for whose pages he Baa twirled the Quill for the past five wishes him All the Success obtainable in the Golden i in

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