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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania R v Tyrone by August Twenty sixth some snakes i Clio Ico state stories about with a bears thrown Henry Dennison and on sunday evening killed a Black Snake which measured 5 it made its Headquarters in a hollow tree at the Spring on monday while a number of men were binding Oats for Joseph Zim near Spring Amos Taylor bound a Black Snake nearly three feet Long into a and the first notice that he got of the snakes presence was when his Snake ship crawled out and glided Over his left the Snake was killed and work resumed for 15 minutes when by his jerks and jumps and forcible Samuel Zimmer Man Drew All eyes upon a few were about to run thinking the Man was getting but when the poor fellow managed to open the wrist band of his shirt sleeve on his left Arm he Shook out a Black Snake 10 inches it is thought the reptile pot in while he reached under a Caster last Friday evening a Snake 3 feet Long was found on the floor of a chamber in the presbyterian the family of Shaw think that the Serpent was carried into the House with some bedding which had been put out for an rattlesnakes Are very numerous and a Large number have been killed Here this a Little child of George Shaffer was bitten by a Rattlesnake on wednes Day of last Brewer was called to attend the child and it seems now to be on a fair Way to Way thursday afternoon Robert Finnegan an employee of the Continental near the Chupp farm saw a full grown Bear come Over the Hill opposite the re Linery and Stop to drink at the a party of lads from Mcclinto Kville also saw the secured a gun and gave it went Over the Hill to Ward the Shaw where the Trail was City big Beswick sends us the following in regard to Hollida burgs warm time round about the county buildings Friday a noon the temperature went up above the top of the As a Rule Hollidaysburg is one of the non eventful places in the state but Friday this ancient Burg was one of the most excitable and and its entire population was concentrated around the buildings adjacent to the court House to witness a conflagration that swept away almost the entire length of an alleyway of u Block East of the court the fire began in the barn of lawyer just at noon when your correspondent was sitting Down at dinner and when the alarm was the table was Vaca in less than ten minutes the fire had spread right and left to the barns of Hewitt and then to the barns on the oppo site Side of the still extending the line until about twelve had been destroyed with the fencing on both three of the barns were filled with and the heat from this solid mass was beyond the Frame build Ings were As dry As and this accounts for the rapidity with which the fire spread from one barn to the one the Phoenix fire engine was but the water Supply fell Short and before the Supply Cairn the lire got ahead and the main damage had been no main building or dwelling House has suffered it was exclusively an alleyway fire of at length tins water sup ply came and the Phoenix engine was at once put of its full sending out a double Stream with Force enough to shoot Over the tops of the Knock Down the or drive in the sides of an Ordinary or the Goodwill brigade fire company have just and this info Stu l of of i a Black Bear was seen in the Vicinity of Lake Carey on a number of people there attempted to surround but he was afterwards discovered across the having swam Over unseen by his he was after wards seen in the Vicinity of Pierceville but got away without being he was first seen on Russell and it is supposed that he crossed the River there having come from the for Stan mountains and was on his Way to the Pocono his presence at Lake Carey on sunday caused quite an excitement among the people the Graf ton correspondent of the Huntingdon news relates the while mrs Forshey was picking huckleberries of july she spied a Snake by the Side of an old Pine and calling to who was working near by to kill the Dis covered near the is me place 79 Small ones varying from 5 to 6 inches in they were of the Garter Spe a Little later in the Day killed one Copperhead making 81 in All for the for the truthful Ness of this either one of the parties present at the killing will Toilette for Toilette for september is a Superb number of that elegant fashion Jour each bund be More Beautiful than the preceding it appears to be growing in size As for it has now 20 pages of Choice in Stead of 1c As besides hand some yet the 15 cents for single or per remains the it is quite evident the pub Lishers Are determined that Toilette shall Bethe favorite fashion Magazine in this and it is just As evident that our lady friends Are of the same they Are All buying Al firs class Book and news dealers have it on Sale one month in pub listed by Toilette publishing 12i West 23d new 8elfpraise is no recommendation by is not to be we expected nothing else but a peaceful crowd of people at Homestead the peo pie of Pennsylvania do not attack the even the most foreign Kuzov would you believe that ther Are residents in this City that do no know of the Sheridan troop As a Cit so great Are her Border do not know of any one being with the troop but the genial the Gallant troopers Are better known elsewhere and it is where the wives an1 sweethearts Are that the reception i was one that looked on when you with a bless but frequently our beat friends make the least namely left the entire work to the plus Nix fire under the circumstances it was deemed necessary to Send to Altoona for and in half an hour the Altoona with 2 Hose was in Hollidaysburg by special the Altoona boys went to work with a they Tel us a Viry opportune the fire above de scribed happened in the first alleyway North of Allegheny and just As the Altoona fire company an other fire broke out in the first Alley Way South of Clouds of Burnt shingles drifted Over the houses in the main Street and Tell in the Yards and on the dry roofs South of the fire twice the roof of the lutheran Church caught fire but was soon but at length the loud of Shingle Wood dropped a few on a barn and car pen ters shop South of the lutheran Parson age at the Back of the and in a few minutes three or four Frame were in a the Al Oona fire company was assigned to this cond fire whilst the Phoenix engine ent a Stream North to the first fire and nother Stream South to the second lire its station directly at the corer of the court House Between the two the Case was emergent and dangerous the with was within so feet of he lutheran which is adjacent to the it was necessary o put Forth the utmost Force to ensure he safety of the on the opposite Side of the Alley a Large barn took ire and Burnt to the on the next lot your correspondent and adjoining this the was torn Down and partly Burnt and Gateway All went lint within 10 your correspondent iad a Large shed and Coal with n 3 feet of the burning he had a Len hatching which never left its nest during the entire smashing of fences and cracking of burning timbers and in the lot amongst the potatoes Plum Pear and were 25 Young Spring which had the Good sense to crowd safely away to the other end of the your correspondents was perched on the top of the roof with buckets of whilst i undertook to conduct and organize a bucket two or times our roof and that of our neighbors smoked in spots from the Sparks of burning shingles but the bucket Bri Gade was there As soon As the Parks raised a yesterday was a hot Day for this ancient and and the people More Lively than i have seen them since leaving the total loss was about with Charles Waple sold his famous Frank to Edwin state of the new owner shipped his prize to his Well stocked stables near the capital City last Waple secured a big Price and an excellent Steed in Exchange for his capital the news from National Headquarters by on regular that Congress has at last got Washington is giving its undivided attention to preparing to make the coming Encampment a memorable it is already the principal topic of conversation everywhere one and everybody seems determined to do some thing to add to its scores of our most prominent business in Stead of taking their usual summer Are Here hard at work As members of the various committees in charge of the preparations for Tho in and there is much More enthusiasm among them than i have Ever seen displayed Over the preliminaries of a presidential cd mandarin chief and a number of his staff Are Here rendering valuable assistance to the citizens the news that Harrison was not making As much Progress towards the recovery of her health As had been expected was most sorrowfully received and nothing but words of the most Heartfelt sympathy for the president and wishes for her speedy return to Good health Are heard on All private Secretary Halford is in curse of the White House and no unless it be of the most Argent and pressing will be referred to the president while he remains at Loon Lake with Secretary Noble who has stud of so close to his desk this summer As to imperil his health has gone with mrs Noble for a four or five weeks the first two weeks will be spent in Northern Wisconsin then they will take a trip to the going As far As and perhaps to British visiting Silver Al tribes of indians acting Secretary of War has replied to the protest against the employment of army bands by Knight templars Coinman eries attending the conclave at made by the National association of he says the department has done Noth ing in the matter except to Grant leaves of absence to the members of the bands in and that it would be impossible for the government to obtain Good musicians if they were not a Lowed to make extra Money by private Era tie for first the features that show out conspicuously in saturdays game of base Ball Between Tyrone and were father Watts Home run and general batting and Gills magnificent throwing to it was a game meaty in in which the big crowd were kept con stantly on the tip toe of in tyrones first inning three runs were scored on hits by Shelly and dunns neat a passed wild and to Wells was added in the Dunn hitting advancing to third on two passed balls and scoring on Watts the sixth netted two Dunn and Watts crossing the plate on the formers Watts Gillams base on Forshey strike out and a passed the last run happened in the eighth when Watts drove the Ball away Over Scotts head with such impetus that it bounded Over the left Field id gave papa a Home run to for Barnes and Moore scored third inning of four sacrifice and Sholtas Carey and shelter scored in the fifth m two hits arid errors by Watts and at this Captain Metcalf replaced whose playing was in with Gillam in left a run in the fifth of errors by Shelly Ami Watt Sand Howells clean placed Tow visitors temporarily in Mie they scored nevermore Gills throwing to second was unusually Swift and me to variably placed the Balliu Denny hands before the runners reached anywhere near the envied Benny Fielding was also perfect and to got everything that came his Dunn pitched a Brainy Bradley also hoaxes the locals the batting of Ami Moore was hard and this Victory places Tyrone tie with Bellefonte for first place in the Mountain league championship in detail follows the score but that the army bands Are k h c 2b p 3l Torshay in of j is met of hereafter the Eye special when visiting will use Bartons dental Welsh Boxt visit August strictly prohibited under any Circum stances irom under bidding civilian judge assistant Secretary of the having been nominated for governor by the republicans of As soon As he gets the business in his office in Good shape to turn Over to his resign and give irs undivided attention to the if the judge is As popular n Nebraska As he is in his majority is Likely to be senator Allison says that the appreciation made by the first session of the fifty second Congress aggregate against made by Tho first session of the soca leu billion con an increase of this increase would have been very much larger if the actual necessities of the government had been provided to say nothing of appropriations for needed new Public none of which passed during the session just it is admitted by democrats in both the Senate and the House that the Post office appropriation Bill As it became a Law is millions of dollars less than the actual necessities of the service Calls and that a big deficit is the same is True to a smaller extent of other and the fact is Well known to the democrats who deliberately reduced the appropriations for the purpose of deceiving the people until after the National know ing that the deficits will then he made and notwithstanding this schem ing this Congress has appropriated More than the first session of the last Congress Republican extravagance will not be a favorite text with democratic stump speakers this and the misrepresentations of cannot possibly be most men in political life have to Content themselves with having their official actions approved by members of their own party but sex speaker Reed is a most striking exception he has had everyone of innovations he was responsible for having introduced in the last House approved by his political opponents of tie present with the single exception of a the democrats not Only but they actually adopted the very rules they had abused Tho republicans for adopting at Reeds Sug which was refused the free Silver bad to to reported and adopted the worlds fair appropriation could be put through Tho which was another evidence of the hypocrisy of the democratic leaders in dealing with the legislation of National Williams has again become a resident of it totals i o a Al h h o a k 1 s i l is 1 1 o 0 i 142 c 1 3 0 2 1 l 11 100 i 1 2 lib 0 1 121 000 2 it 01101 1 12 o 0 01100 000 in 1 1 12 01 0 1 1 11 221 0 0 0 01 1 i 0 0000 the new Walton one of the handsomest structures on Penn Sylvania the imposing new building of Walton on Pennsylvania Avenue has now about reached the storeroom is being stocked by the firm of Walton Acklis with their immense line of and the residence portion of the House will Pyon be ready for occupancy by it is one of the most handsome structures that have come to Grace tyrones on april the Frame House which occupied this site was torn and work was at once begun upon the new building for which Beyer had the the work was pushed rapid under most favourable for the weather seemed to be with the contractors from the and just four months after the demolish ment of the former building its place Istak Tobya handsome and completed the building is three stories in of with a tasteful Iron sur mounted by a Pinnacle on which is in scribed in raised Gold Walton the first floor is taken on the South by the storeroom on the North by reception and dining Kitchen and summer the reception room is a handsome the mantel of quartered Oak is an especially Fine specimen of Workman ship which testifies eloquently to Edgar Mckinney skill in line Carpenter and the Oak balustrades also add to the Beautiful appearance of the on the second Moor ate four spacious rooms and Bath All radiating from a Centre with closets most conveniently the third floor contains four bedchamber and a water pipe extends to the and a Hose attachment furnishes ample Protection against the spread of fire in the electric Bells and incandescent electric lights Are through out the the store room is 17x50 feet in Roomy and admirably with toilet room in it is furnished and finished in Ideal style for a jewelry handsome Large show windows in front give excellent Opportunity for the Wall cases and which 7 s 27 h totals 5 g u ilium out for running before Fly was fielded 7 Tyrone 30100201 Ploll Leaburg 00202100 Tyrone Philips Burn Home base use cases on Bradley struck Forshey beam wild litres Moore of Lott Armstrong How Ell 11 in by 1assod Gill Moore it was it harrowing the Tyrone Mountain league base Ball team sent the Altoona Greys Lume with tie blues last the visitors did not appear to be at Home on the and the game want the which the Cranks like to Baker was Hurt in the third inning and Kilt non took his Dunn pitched a great game with comparative striking out and retiring his opponents the full nine innings without a solitary clean look at this Are triumphs of the builders of Best quartered were made the Caqaj tables were made by Mccamant and the clock Case by i Walton was particularly careful in hav ing everything possible the product of Tyrone Industry in the two arc lights will bed their rays in the and a Mammoth new Safe has its place provided for in the the working cases Are Well two in front and one in the each work Man having a windows Walton came to Tyrone in 1859 and entered upon tie jewelry business to has always been one of tyrones most progressive and Foremost citizens and a Leader in Public spirited As a business Man his re liability has won him the perfect Confidence of this during the thirty three years his residence Here he has continued uninterruptedly in the dating from August Tyrone u n o c 2 is 8 x 2 p 2 2 1 2 i 2 1 2 0 o it 220 2 0 4 u 0 u 1 0 Irons n n u 0 1 0 0 re 3 Frunk becomes a totals 2 0 24 is is totals 20 14 27 11 4j Kurtys 0 1 0 0 1 i 0 2 Tyrone 2770 o 2 o 2 Kuril till Tyrone struck Nuriu 18 by Matthews Hassid fill try wild Dunn mat thu literary the August Issue of is the Midsummer number of that popular Magazine of Complete and contains a Large proportion of the Light and Bright sturies which Are most appropriate to the thera Are sketches of love ghost stories and descriptions of curious and amusing episodes in Many besides a Strong and characteristic Story of the super in this single number Are grouped tales of life in eng Africa and Tho Roll of authors represented includes hitch names As count octave rider Guy do Alexander Moszkowski and besides a number of new american altogether the Midsummer number fully justifies the remark of a discriminating that As a companion for the Canso or Romance cannot be the Magazine is issued by Romance publishing Clinton Astor new the Price is 25 cents a number subscript a the water in the Juniata River at this Point is so Low As to be scarcely Lavi Gaulsby and the firm name now reads Walton the Junior member of the firm is a Young Man of excellent Char Acter and popularity and is an especially skilled Workman he has been at the Trade ten and for the past five years he was in Waltons pm we wish the firm of Walton Acklin continued the now store room is now being filled with a Complete Stock of Dia jewelry and it will contain the most elaborate assortment of diamonds and Gold watches Ever brought the new firm expect to have their front windows dressed when the South trimmed in will contain jewelry and the North trimmed in will be oiled with their Large business will be conducted in the same reliable Man Ner As Walton and Acklin giving their personal attention to the watch repairing and while Grant also an experienced will be engaged at clock and jewelry there Are no apprentices in the establishment but All work is done by thoroughly competent to perform it with the Best of motes from tie he who steals second George Gie is a sprinter of is an accent polished sacrifice Roy Gillams Superior in Hast been seen Here this it looks As though every club in the Mountain league will finish the Philips bursts plucky Little is suffering from Thompson is the manager the newly reorganized Clearfield Philipsburg and Tyrone play the game of the Mountain league sea Cut 17 at the Tyrone club starts for vote next trip in the Mountain league series thursday August Tho Harrisburg club Wie essay to win from our boys of the association grounds avoider what Philipsburg papa Watts on saturday i the old Man simply paralysed the dunns imperturbable coolness in uie Box is responsible for Many of Mike is a hit scattered base Ball enthusiasts Here want for see Baker Back on they miss big wonder and Hope he will soon re cover his Good lots of Fellows Are wondering wigs beam was holding second in Satur Days after Scott had Hii Ira wont John a Tyrone Loy happened Hogue in excellent covered the initial bag very creditably for the local team in weeks it is currently rumoured that me teas had an electric Battery concealed where about his Arm on Friday the Plontz damns see the Ball go Benny Shollenberge Raud Mike have developed into Rich and rare slug and they always collide safely with the sphere at the the Mountain league championship season is just tvo thirds completed the interest continues next scheduled Here is for thurs Clearfield these two clubs have a postponed g which ought to be played off this thus far this reason in the league championship series thirty Sec games have been played and one for Clearfield has a game to with not Berwick another with Trout Dak with the exception of these three the schedule has been rigidly Philipsburg has played 16 Clearfield the other clubs each the total number of runs scored a yeast club is 90 is g9 Clear there was a mistake in f a Cali lating the original schedule of Mountain league by which the Tyrone club was booked for Oue More trip the other four this extra trip by some Blunder was scheduled for this the clubs take their trips in regular Clearfield Thea to and As Philipsburg Olav plated their second trip last that Clear Fields third trip comes the mistake was corrected in the last printed and of course the Tyrone club will nut Tabi the extra be caption to the the citizens of warriors Mark turned out in Masse on tuesday the 2nd to meet the first platoon of the Sheridan troop on their return Home from Catnip the warriors Mark c net Basie met the troopers on the Way from Tyrone and escorted them to the air of the conquering heroes into the bustling the Drew up in front of the Dis mounted and entered the wheat they were greeted by tables heavier Laden with ice Cream and lot of other Good troop and band at once sat Down to the big supper the which ample Justice was soldiers haunt been living on that of fare and they appreciated the Tion by their townsmen after weeks of hard military John Tenor in the choir of the second congregational Church of rendered two solos at sunday evenings services in the first methodist he has a splendid voice and the selections were surpass singly Richardson is in Tyrone in the interest of the National masonic building and loan association of which he is an hereafter the Eye special when visiting will use a Cartons dental Welsh next visit August wits noisy Oclock thursday morn ing the family living above clothing store were awakened by noise of hammering about the night officer Mcclintick was nest Abr and was called upon to investigate while the officer was Matitu his Survey the building a take came Down the stairs and away in the the Hall door had been left open the would be robber Lead gone up the stairs and Down the Lack Light to rear of the where he Mig act have had things his own Way had he been so Tito Many families leave their Hall doors unlocked and this Inci Dent should serve As a hereafter the Eye special when visiting will whar Tous dental Wasaff next visit aught

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