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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 18, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania The Al Rone by August Twenty sixth the news National Headquarters by our Rog Ulyir assistant Secretary of the National Republican is now quartered in the same building with the congressional Campaign com and he has More than half a Hundred assistants hard at work mail ing Secretary of the con Gressional who is a Veteran of Many is at present acting in an advisory capacity to Mckee and the two pcs make a Strong team but a Little later on he will give Bis undivided attention to the congressional districts which Are marked doubtful on the Little list he Mcpherson knows How to be silent in Nineteen languages about the work upon which he is but he told your correspondent that he thought the Prospect for wresting the House from the democrats was Good and improving All the Mckee says the following Are documents which he is sending out the largest number of better dead than free Trade Farmers Appeal to farm mortgages not an evidence of farm implements abroad the of the How Protection increases the nations Kiddle a key there where i spent my Money after american ideas Henderson on the false cry of a billion Dollar con a town built up by protect and Ingersoll Why i am a Mckee also edits the National bulletin of which thous ands Are sent out each the re publican Campaign text Book will be ready about and already orders for an enormous number Are one thing was apparently overlooked by those who started and those who accepted As True the Story that judge Walter Gresham would soon take the stump for said an old member of the supreme court that that Gresham is at this time a judge of a United states until he resigns that and i Haven heard that he had any intention of re there is not the slightest prob ability that he will take the stump for i remember to have heard of a United states judge making a political i on to the fifth annual reunion of the june Ata Valley will be held in August no Effort will be spared to make the reunion a grand from present indications the committee expects to see sir knights in the the follow ing prizes Are offered to induce a Large attendance first prize to the com Mandery winning in a competitive in second prize to the Castle making finest appearance in the emblematic altar third prize to the Castle outside the distance and bringing the largest percentage of its in fourth prize a Banner is offered by the association to the castles within the fifth prize to Castle coming greatest distance a regulation sword and the Juniata District comprises All Huntingdon and Miflin Bellefonte Castle will not compete for any there will be a balloon ascension and a Parachute leap in the other amusements will be provided the character of which has not yet been fully determined the committee consists of Alex chairman Lioy All come the Herald is glad to note that our German artist is arranging to return to Tyrone from Vail where he has resided and conducted his business for some time or Gripp will occupy a new two Story Gal 20x80 feet in to be erected on the Pennsylvania Avenue lot of Stevens the gallery will be fitted out with All the latest improvements including electric Light by which to make prints for life size works which is a specially with it will be one of the Best equipped galleries in the Well arranged to accommodate the rapidly growing business which artist Gripp his return to Tyrone will add materially to the Busi Ness activity of the Gripp will occupy the new gallery As soon As it can be pushed to Walter Gresham idea of the dignity which should always be maintained by the National judiciary Well enough to predict Teviat he will never make a speech favouring Weaver or any one else for the presidency As Long As he remains a United states and i do not believe he would support Weaver for president if be were a Pri vate the greed of the great Well Fargo express company compelled the government to make at its own risk the recent shipment of in from san and it May result in transferring a very profitable line of business from the express companies to the transportation of Large sums of government the United states that shipment of Gold from san Francisco to new York for about less than the Wells Fargo company charged for doing and it May be that the express companies will not be asked to do such work in the not Long ago the government paid the United states express company than the Cost of bringing across the continent carrying in Gold from Philadelphia to new a Job that was completed in a Little More than two the change in the British administration has caused a delay in setting a Date for the meeting of the International lao Petary but us state department is advised unofficially that it will be one of the first matters to be taken up and disposed of by the new Gladstone so that the delay in xxi us a Date is not Likely to be a Long Only two of those selected by the president to he United states commissioners to the conference senators Allison and for Mally accepted their but there Are no reasons for expecting any of the others to decline to Al though the Point has been raised by an outsider that neither senators nor representatives Are eligible to act As commissioners at this but nothing is thought of this in Oili Cial the Encampment will spend about in the erection of Barracks for the accommodation of the veterans who do not engage their own sleeping and while the committee does not undertake to Supply food it proposes to make arrangements that will result in Good food at reason Able prices for those who will occupy the and it will also provide a place of Safe keeping for the baggage of the old which the Hopes will be confined to articles sol utely Sunc Luy an Exchange soliloquies As which will no doubt fit Many tyrones that sunday sickness is the worst kind of it attacks Church members almost they Are quiet Well on saturday night dont feel particularly Bud until after breakfast sunday a sudden a peculiarity of the disease that it passes away almost As Sud Denly As on monday morn ing the sister who was feeling too bad to meet with her Saviour on sunday morning is Able to do a big and the brother is Able to be at his usual place of the disease Battles the skill of the Ordinary physician he has no remedies that will afford reliever effect a this All too prevalent disease is known by the name of spiritual ii the end it usually proves fatal to All True piety and shipwrecks the death of James one had suffered acutely for thirty years pusses James one of tyrones oldest and highly esteemed died at his Tonij on Logan at four Oclock for thirty years past he Haji been a sufferer from acute neuralgia we from an injury to a he been confined to his Home for the past three years for a year and a half he had remained in his room and during the last ten being unable to he was confined to his during All this prolonged suf to exhibited a fortitude and cheerfulness that were the Mirror of a sturdy and Noble the deceased was the son of James one of sinking valleys first he was born in that Valley september being aged there fore at death ten months and fourteen he followed the occupation of his at farm remaining in sinking Valley until 1851 when he removed with his family to Spruce there he continued farming until when he returned to sinking in 1875 he removed to Tyrone and since that year had remained a resident of this Morrow was United in marriage in 1843 to miss Eleanor daughter of the late Armstrong Craw to them were born eight six of whom with the widow survive two Crawford who died in William Armstrong who died March 11 preceded their father to the the sons and daughters surviving Are James of Rollin and misses Sarah Ann Ella and Mary of he also leaves one Rollin of and three Margaret sinking Valley Mary Nebraska Nancy funeral services were conducted at the late Home of the deceased by his of the presbyterian at ten Oclock on sat urday interment in Tyrone an August at pastor of the first English lutheran Church of took As his Bride miss Amelia a popular and accomplished Young lady of the ceremony was per formed in Michaels lutheran South second that by the George the Ushers for the Nappy occasion were of Tyrone William of Duncannon her Man the brides and of after the completion of the ceremony a reception was held at the Home of the Bride at 915 North third from eleven Oclock until three when the a Joiy where some Tyrone Young people Are it present in tuesday morning a score or More of tyrones Young ladies and gentlemen departed for two weeks crap at in the Early an Early morning wedding took place reunion of the 110th the next annual reunion of the 110th Pennsylvania Veteran volunteers regimental association will be held at bed Ford on thursday and october 20 and a Camp fire will be the feat ure of the evening of the the veterans expect a Large turnout and will have a grand old by addressing the William Juniata members of the association will be furnished orders for reduced Railroad rates for themselves and the number of orders wanted should be stated in each a Large proportion of the survivors of the Gallant 110th reside in Blair county from which the regiment was largely at the parsonage of the second methodist episcopal on eighteenth the hour was the High contracting parties were Samuel Lewis and miss Annie both residing on eighteenth the Groom is the youngest son of Samuel a Farmer and lifelong resident of the Bald Eagle and brother of William and John of East he has for several years been employed in the East Tyrone Yard of the Tyrone Pennsylvania where he has proved himself a faithful he is a sober and industrious Young and will make a Good the Bride is the youngest daughter of Lawrence and Catherine who have been residents of this neighbourhood for Many they Are at present residing in their own Home on the Corner of Adams Avenue and eighteenth if descent from Thrifty Stock on both combined with regular personal count for the future Success of these Young people is assured they left thursday on the Bald Eagle Valley mail for a Short trip to Jersey Shore and after which they resumed and settled Down in the neighbourhood of their Lato friends of the newly wedded Young people showered congratulations upon the House was beautifully decorated in Honor of the occasion and a sumptuous wedding dinner figured As a notable feature of the with goodbye to their friends and Bergstresser left this afternoon for a honeymoon tour to Philadelphia and seashore they will spend a week in returning then to Tyrone which will be their permanent place of the Groom has his Home on Lincoln Avenue in perfect readiness for their Bergstresser is a newcomer in having Only recently assumed the pastorate of the English lutheran bin he has already won hosts of friends who will heartily Felicitated him on this important his Bride is Well known in Haiti Burjes social and musical she is an accomplished contralto Singer whose coming will add to the musical Talent of the Herald joins their Many friends in sincere wishes for the richest blessings can be bestowed upon a window full of an immense collection of postage Stamps of All denominations and comprise a rare and interesting exhibit in the window of far Ren Zerbes stationery this col Lection represents a Hobby mounted by Zerbe when he was a youngster and devotedly Ridden by him Ever All great men have the work has been one of love for him and his big collection now contains Stamps of different these Stamps neatly mounted upon sheets of paper fill the big store window and form an exhibit Well Worth careful Examina Tion and there Are some exceedingly rare specimens in Zerbes among them a genuine Confederate an English 1 a two headed Freak stamped a letter taken from a wrecked ship at the Bottom of the Atlantic Complete series of Stamps of this and foreign Ouer curiosities Are a new York her Ald of april containing the account of lincolns and the charred half printed copy of the Tyrone weekly Herald of july taken from the ruins of tyrones big fire of that or is an popular and instructive and children May Well be encouraged in the Zerbe has several thousands of duplicates in his collection which he is going to give away As a novel advertising scheme in connection with his Sale of school Point located on the Juniata River 18 Miles Southeast of the Williamsburg the location is charming and being a miniature Valley shadowed by four Tow ering Mountain washed by the sparkling dotted with Cool Springs of Freestone water and shaded by Large Forest a few rods from the camping grounds ran the old Kittanning Trail followed at one time by the right through the grounds can be seen the Grade of the old state abandoned in on the Northern Border of the grounds runs the old once the Highway of the Over which Commerce was conveyed Between Pittsburg and Phila Delphia and on which Washington and Bis forces traversed prior to his famous defeat by the indians at it was Over this Road that Charles Dicken travelled when collating his Peculiar impressions on on the South is the three mile which was part of the Juniata canal built by the state and forming part of the Portage system of canals and no More romantic Retreat for a summer Outing can be there Are in All 13 Springs surround ing which flow in various parts of the grounds from the secluded the Woods have been left in their natural except immediately around the thus adding to the Charm of a natural country the Blue Juniata River is deepened and widened by the Fine old data located a mile below the resort and hacking the water for two Miles affording excellent boating and Fine fishing Black Catfish and eels Are in there Are several cottages where the campers keep House to suit their own and no fashion is set to be Fol no graded lawns nor Gravelled walks disturb the utter Romance of the rough hillsides and narrow Mountain the Tyrone party will occupy the largest and most imposing a Stone House of modern architecture standing out prominently on the Hill Side overlooking the it is Roomy and Well with All the modern a Superb Scenic Harts new under was presented for the first Ime on any stage at the Academy of music thursday night and snored a decided and instantaneous who is a member of the staff on he Wilkes Barre Plain dealer and is Well acquainted with the details and dangers of mining and the life and trials of has produced a play which has iad no treating a new subject in the and depicting with faithfulness life in the Anthracite re Gions of the plot is interesting and Well the Story spun with Ever increasing the situations exciting and admirably con the character delineations wonderfully in the Scenic Wise the have gained a notable the second showing the Interior of a Coal mine hundreds of feet is a remarkable piece of work in which every detail is properly Given the other scenes Are also finely and artistically Call ahaus company is fully competent to interpret the play and their first performance last evening West along with a smoothness that was remarkable fora first kor Ringtoul As Tom Dawson was an Ideal Leader of Lay was a huge Success in the difficult pantomime part of Hen Alfred Beverly As James Reid gave a perfect interpretation of a part and Oscar Girard was an excruciatingly funny Sam misses Macauley and Coleman filled their parts very and Clover acting was also done by Murphy and i Atchison and miss the vendome Quartetti brought Down the House with their vocal will be produced at Philipsburg at Greensburg to Morrow and thereafter will play week stands throughout the they open in Pittsburg next advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone pos Tollice Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the Ollice for two without being called after being letters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed forwarded to the dead letter Ollice at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the week ending August misses Jennie Carrie Jenkins Walter Nels two from Cleur Tieuli formerly of state but now of was a pleasant caller at this Ollice miss mame of a teacher of rare attended the examination saturday returning to her Home on the 4 hereafter the Eye special when visiting will use w Bartons dentil Welsh a next August narrow Rit can from in Evnin and of were the unwilling recipients of a thrill ing experience at the Newton Ila Milou Camp meeting grounds wednesday after they were boating on the Hicks occupied a seat and wielded the oars while Vlieks was seated on i Camp Stool in the Middle of As they were going up the where the water is said to be thirty feet a Jar to the boat tipped Over the Camp Stool on which Hicks was seated and she was suddenly thrown into the almost at once disappearing from View beneath the Hicks is is Quick witted at prac tical Rescue As he is at parliamentary As soon As Ali com appeared he grasped her by the an in comfortable but the most available hold he could and at the same time she threw one hand upon the Side of the then with herculean efforts lie succeeded in dragging her into the boat and the work of Rescue was Hicks Success is All the More commendable when it is remembered that the rescuer is perhaps sixty pounds less in weight than the it was a tremendous struggle of ten minutes do the outcome of which furnishes another reason Why Altoona favorite statesman would Honor hereafter the Eye special when visiting will use dental Welsh next visit August death or Colour us one of the most widely known residents of this at his Home at Spruce Creek at Oclock of a wearing away of the system Conse quent to old he was born at Al Miflin and was aged seventy nine five Mouths and three on he came to Spruce Creek where ii had resided Ever Over being engaged most of that time in the hotel lie is survived by his wife and live colonel Haslett was an old line Democrat unswerving in his Alle Giance to that in religious mat ters he was a spiritualist and a medium Well versed in the Bible and enthusiastic in his Faith in a cult of Catharine widow of Michael died at the residence of her at Altoona wednesday weakened by old cholera Snorbus proved fatal to she was born in Huntingdon county in in the fall of 1648 she became the wife of Michael the Cere Mony being performed in her husband died eleven years by her with Dougherty she had two the daughter dying about fourteen years leaving James the Only for the past four years she had made her Home with her at whose House she funeral ser vices held in Johns Church Altoona this morning and the re Mains were brought to Tyrone for interment in the Catholic editor rumours afloat that Many of the taxpayers of East Tyrone Are complaining and that some will refuse to pay their Light and water tax on account of their having no water or fire without any consideration of the situation this might appear but let us look at the mat Ter As it actually i am informed that our lights will coat in the neigh boyhood of while our water tax is less than the total valuation of East Tyrone is about the millage levied by Council for Light and water if i remember making a total of Light and water tax from East Tyrone of or about sufficient to furnish them with two arc i have been informed that they expect three or four there can scarcely he a doubt but they will have to pay the tax in any but after the tax is paid in could our Council not save a Little Money for the Borough by then re funding them the amount of their Light and water tax and not furnish them with Light to an impartial observer their desire la avoid the paying of the Light tax would signify that no Light is needed base Ball heres the Way the Clearfield Republican alludes to the Tyrone team that another club with a swell in the game Between Bellefonte and the demo rests on wednesday Patchen of the latter club batted Knouff fora a triple and two Home referring to our recent note that the Philipsburg Mountain league base ballasts have the distinction of being the Only team in the league which has not yet been Defeated on their own grounds the Clearfield journal adds their experience in Clearfield last week would seem to indicate that they had better stay on their own ground or take it along when they go from the Tyrone Defiance youngsters routed the brewery Hill lads in a six teen inning game at circus Park thurs Day by a score of 2 to the Defiance players were Miller Kaup Smith Miller Thomas Allen Palmer Smith Tom Parsons the brewery Hill representatives were Kruip Richardson Mcmurtrie Miller Stephens Ilert Livingston living ton Vogt Mountain league herewith is the present standing the clubs of the Mountain league championship contest c co n 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 3 2103 2 s 3 10 3 9 1 6 0 games s i 6 10 it Tyrone Bellefonte Philipsburg Delafield won 10 9 8 6 0 lost c 6 s j 10 i25 600 500 400 375 cure pay Large doctor the Best medical Book 100 elegant coloured plates will be sent to you on receipt of three 2cent Stamps to pay address Ordway i was troubled with Catarrh for seven years previous to commencing the use of Elya Cream it has done for me what other so called cures have failed to the effect of the Balm seemed Clarence the association thanks the member of the ladies auxiliary living in West Tyrone through whom an amount sufficient to pay for the youths compan Ion for one year has been also the friends who subscribed for the our Reading room has a Good line of but to make it fairly representative of our american periodical literature we ought to Tave a number of the Secretary would suggest Harper month by the forum and Frank Leslie weekly to anyone inclined to imitate the practical manifestation of interest referred to thanks Are also duo of the firm of Kolb for a very neatly painted sign announcing our sunday afternoon gospel look at it next sunday and Avail your self of its the ladies of the auxiliary some time ago handed the Secretary a sum of Money with which to procure something ornamental for the parlor with this and some More Money a very pretty Jardiniere Ard vase have been where is our Board of Trade the Ohio Clay manufacturers who Are looking for a place to locate their Plant nearer their have not yet decided upon a the fact that this firm of Cuy ers Are not asking for buy Cash consideration is one reason Why lock Haven should Endeavor to induce them to locate Haven after trying Many remedies for Catarrh during past twelve i tried Elys Cream Balm with Complete it is Over one year since f stopped using it and have had no return of 1 recommend it to All my i i

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