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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania By August Harrt Sov will to one of speakers it the approaching of the patrons1 Pic Leand exhibition at Grange Centre will be ready to open Many have already expressed to Weir intention of going into Camp on religious services will be held under the auspices of the churches of Centre preaching Sabbath morning by lutheran minister Sab Bath Afu noon by lutheran minister Sabbath evening by reformed Public meetings will be held every Day and evening in the auditorium under the auspices of the the National Grange will be represented by Ohio John Mortimer tue state Grange will be represented by Mechanicsburg Juniata judge of Jefferson president University chairman executive committee of Montgomery Gerard of York Giles of Erie of York of har the indies of the state Grange will be represented Ity of Montgomery of Erie of Chester us Cumberland of Westmoreland miss of Dela and the county Grange will be represented by master lecturer Calvin and the weather signal ser Cewill be represented by chief of weather Philadelphia the stale state Experiment will be represented by president of the College director of state Experiment station will have charge of the exhibits of the department of the College and station and Temperance Union meeting wednes presided Over by addresses by of Kan Sas of of Pittsburg of and veterans reunion pre sided Over by James president of veterans addresses Harrison sex president Hayers Deparl two to one in one More Victory for which places her tie with Bellefounte for firs the game opened up Well and the score was to j until the fifth inning when Billy Metcalf scored the winning a very pretty game was predicted and so was but the latter was victorious and caused the game to be called at the of the sixth Hodson and Flana Gan were the Battery for Tyrone Anc worked Well in their respective As did Somers and Moore for the Visi Somers had his pitching clothes on and made some difficult Dill in left Field made a remarkable Fly there want much for the Tyrone fielders to but what came their Way was soon Shaeffer plays Well on which was his position in the Altoona state league the score which places Tyrone another Point nearer the championship is Here presented in detail Tyrone it it o a e u it Olio 0 is 1111 1 so 0 0 o 0 0 2 00031 r o 1 1 m 0 p o totals 2 2 4 4 0 0 i 6 0 0 0 0 j 0 1 0 p 0 c 0 r 0 1 0 8 0 0 totals 1 2 15 7 2 ment commander of Pattison a governor Mem Hastings major Mon tooth Cassidy James Weaver James Meyers Thomas staurt chill hazzard Mccorley Noble James and for information in reference to the picnic and exhibition address the Leonard Centre Hall death it Eden Mary Harding died at the Home of her sonic at Eden at Twenty minutes before seven Oclock Friday she was not but from simple exhaustion of the physical she was seventy years of deceased was a lifelong in Ember of the Metho dist episcopal Chur ii and a very exemplary surviving Are her Harding wife of Emma of pm and Edward Harding of until about four years ago and Harding lived it Bir since then they have made their Home with Harding Iaan the result of a paralytic attack some ten years a funeral occurred at Birmingham sunday afternoon at interment at the presbyterian Ceme where Are buried the remains of two of her deceased Henry and who were soldiers during the late a tramp an unknown aged about thirty Sandy Light and weighing about 150 or 100 was killed by a passing train at the water station the Crew picked up the lifeless body of the unfortunate i Man and conveyed it to the and later on undertakers Burley Graham took charge of the and Friday after noon buried it at the Tyrone the Man was evidently a no papers were found on his person to indicate his name or where he both arms were one figure representing a which would indicate that the Man was probably at one time a toe Way to get profit out of an of i or Unity in to take it on the Shive Fernt Lut in the sex Ali Liming when was Dunn Kramer stolen base on olt Soilson Sorters struck by Somers passed Flanagan Moore Wuhl pitches sinew he incl but Little mind they said Ami they called Lii i simple John lie took n Wile and that Little 11 eel piece of mind was a net ton of tomorrow morning the Tyrone fats who weigh a net will leave for their return game of Hal with Houtzdale equipped with the following players Rudolph Ging Josh Jacob Pat Frank John and George Kienzle arid Harvey with Peter Calderwood arid a few More of like Pond Rosity As the game will be called at it is expected that a Large number of Tyrone lovers of such sport As fat men generally give on the Wilt accompany the Home fats and give such encouragement As they May deem proper to help our Home infants win the who will Umpire the has been placed under what he has sworn and subscribed to in the presence of is As follows Clea Kield personally appeared a Justice of the peace in and for said county one Joseph a Baker being duly sworn according to deposes and says that he will Umpire a game of Ball Between tie Houtzdale fats and Tyrone on August impartially and he further agrees that in of any close decision he will live clout Dale the Benefit of the he further agrees that if either the manager or Captain of the Houtz a talk team tells him to throw the game to Houtzdale he will do and that he will not under any circumstance use any profane or vulgar language in argument with any it the and unit will under any accept any present or bribe from the visiting and further Saith sworn and subscribed before me this Twenty second Day of High uru do William pastor of the second Lias arranged for a course of High Grade entertainments in Tyrone during the coming fall and in the Hope of aiding thereby the temporal interests of his Small and comparatively poor the course will open with a rare musical Ami literary treat by the famous Schu Ryan laity in connection with the distinguished Boston Reader and Imper on the evening of thanksgivi ing later on in the season the i Tyrone Public will have an Opportunity to listen to the Roswell Horr in his great lecture on the labor prob and than whom no More popular lecturer is on Che platform possibly later still Frank one of Chicago Brainy preachers and May also appear is labor House winery will do very nicely for a Confidence in your husband should be your richest in Cook Whitby menagerie Are Twenty seven Lions from cubs a month old to the full grown Ani at Tyrone August dress for everyday the material be of conscious with saw Stith for the and modesty for he James of died at her Hocij in that place at eleven Fooloo tuesday the funeral Aill take place at Birmingham thursday afternoon at three a dark Alley the scene of the night watchman Mcclintic discover a Chick in thief in a Coop and receives a severe wound in the neck from a revolver in the hands of the thief and would be murderer during a desperate Effort to arrest three shots fired the thief escapes from the but is locked up and finally taken to jail an excited crowd threatens to perform the Lynch the encounter occurred near where Bishop a notorious some years ago fell dead after being shot in the Hall Way of City hotel almost miraculous escape of the at Hal past eleven Oclock on Satur Day night up ii on his regular night watchman David Mcclintick discovered a Man in the Chicken Coop of Crawford Herald and immediately in rear of the firms he was crouched Down in the Coop to avoid the of the but the Entrance was open and other evidences of irregularity were which prompted Mcclin tick to make close and of peering into the Coop he saw the who had a Chicken closely tucked under each the watchman commanded uie thief to come out of the which he did after a Little dropping the chickens in the on his pea Nince the marauder proved to be a coloured resident of Tyrone named Joseph upon being asked what he was doing there finn replied that Joe Crawford had sent him there for a it being then nearly a very unseasonable time for delivering of course the statement was questioned by the who at once charged him with an attempt to steal the and proceeded to put him under arrest without further finn insisted that he was not no and refused to be but my determined that he should not gel took hold of him at the neck r shoulder and in spite of More or less managed to get him out to Herald Street and Down to the Alley Back Kjof Wilson Senbergs in the meantime in the scuffle losing his Jilly with which he tried to Down the who by this time had become Des the scuttle continued and my a Lintie Drew his revolver and tired a shot from it in the air for the double purpose of intimidating the infuriated Hief and attracting some one from the near by to his by time they had gotten some distance in the Alley toward eleventh did the watchman getting a tight grip on the Throat of finn backed him up the stable of insist no All the time that the would be com pulled to shoot him if he lid not soon they were then in the and the movements of desperate negro could not be observed by though he was pinned tight against Tom stable by my clinic la grip upon his Throat finn managed to draw a revolver from his ticket and quickly placing it As he bought at the head of the the 88 Caliper in pass id through Mcclintick heavy Linen Collar and penetrated the left Side of he neck three fourths of an Imeldine itself in the it did lot deflect any Iii its but Fortu lately stopped in Tima to avoid Fata re the muzzle of the revolver was evidently very to Mcclintick As his person und clothing about he face and shoulder were covered with Burnt being balanced by his grip of the week of the Mould be me did not fall but dropped to his yes Finai the but at once Rose u his finn almost in mediately placed muzzle of the re Voly eral theraul nine of the who feeling the pressure quickly threw his hand Down knocking the deadly weapon aside just As a second Load was Llred from this shot did not take the Ball passing by the Side of thinking his deadly work was ran up the Alley to truth disappearing in the Chutick also during the scuttle me received a blow on the head from the revolver in the hand of and Mcc Lincks revolver was wrenched from his hand before he could use it after the time in his ment had fully arrived for him to shoot his antagonist to save his own Korb being on tenth near the heard the shoot in and at once proceeded to the place of the almost simultaneously with Railroad policeman who was also near the locality on tenth hurried to the place where the shooting was going on arriving at tin Corner of Herald Street Aud the they met who was walking toward tenth Street they accompanied him to the office o who extracted the Ball from the in the meantime finn had reached his Home on Berlin fronting on the Juniata River Little below the shop of Wilmore Constable being in another part of heard the shots am quickly As possible came to the scene o the when he and office Barr proceeded to the Home of finn where they found the culprit preparing to make his escape from the immediately arrested and took Hita before watchman Mcclintick at or Smiths who identified him As the Man with whom he had the in the mean time quite a crowd o people had gathered about the doctor and Strong threats of Lynching the negro were made As he was being conveyed to the lockup by the officer after Calls for a Rop were and such expressions a lets Lynch he ought to be Strung in head the he deserves summary Etc could be heard coming from the crowd toe advice of Mcclin Liek that the Law be left to take its course the officers having the prisoner in Clurg were mid this being known b the excited crowd May also have had some influence in preventing an Effort to Force him from their custody finally finn was safely landed in the lockup where he remained All night Uncle and during sunday Forenoon was taken to the Home of Muslin till on East fourteenth Street and Given a hearing before Justice off the peace w who in default of five thous and dollars bail committed him to jail to await trial before the Blair county after the Ball was extracted from Mcclintick neck to was taken to Nis Home where he is now resting fairly during saturday night and Sun Day the pain from the wound and nervousness from the scuttle prevented him from getting any but last night brought him some rest and a Speed recovery is now speedily expected himself and finn has a wife and two Small he said to officer Snyder on the Way to jail that he will Likely submit to the charge before when his Case comes up for Mcclintick states that he has frequently seen finn out at unreasonable hours of the night and in suspicious he considers lieu a desperate and thinks a self very fortunate in escaping with is life from such a furious encounter is he had with the negro in the almost Dungeon dark arrested for for some time Lee along with other is aking Valley farm ers living in the Vicinity of has been missing milk and Provis on from his Spring House Fleck suspected two but not until Sun Lay did have sufficient evidence to place the blame where it properly be on saturday night his Spring House kvas despoiled of a Quantity of butter ill about noon of a neighbor discovered two boys in the nod being close enough to Over hear their concluded that they were the ones who had done the he at onco informed or and a search of the place where the boys were seen was begun and the stolen articles were Fleck appeared before Justice Taylor monday morning and nude an information against Nicholas Hunch and Banner charging them with the warrant was placed in the bands of who proceeded to kelp tuesday and arrested the they were taken before the that evening and virtually and knitted two Huu died dollars bail was demanded for their appearance Emerys lather went his boys Young not having a Friend who cared to risk that amount on wan in the lock up Over and taken to jail yesterday in fairness to Beuner it is Sruti by those who Kun ova him that heretofore he Hlis been a rather Good Anil iliac Young Hench is the cause of Emerys recent Charies has sort his horse Mliss to Tony of Philips tuesday next will be a Bier Day for Whitby circus will be ground wus broken yesterday for the new Sheridan troop armory build ing at Corner of Blair Avenue and eleventh the Wall at the Creek is rapidly going and the foundation Wall for the building will soon be a most thrilling and sensational double balloon ascension is made Dally from Cook who toys exhibition the novel a horse skyward be inc a Cook Whitby circus will Tyrone next lutheran reunion five thousand people drink and arc merry at if undred Springs thursday of the most sanguine Are More thai being realized at the seventh Annua reunion of the Eastern conference of the Allegheny lutheran com prising Blair and adjoining the 100 Springs Park is crowded with lutherans and to Weir a fair estimate puts the number of people on ground at five and the Day being a Superb one every one of the multitude is being filled to the brim with enjoy nent and the Best water that flows from the Earth in Quantity beyond the capacity of As Many people As could be packed in the Little Valeriy and High and widespread Hills of the a regular program was mapped out for the Days but on account of the absence of some of the principals it had to be varied a Bergstresser delivered an address of the subject of lutheran and Zinn of Selinsgrove made an Impromptu in place of a regular who didst answer when his name in connection with the appointment of committee to recommend officers for the coming were the leading features of the Foren on they had lots of Good music and plenty to from their Well Laden baskets and tables of the sinking Valley the sinking Valley people Are furnishing dinner and supper at a nominal the proceeds to be dropped into the fund of the new Church now in course of erection on the site of the old Brick Structure near the that famous they had base Ham mock and lots of other amuse plenty of Little reunions within the big one Are being held and friends of former years Are recall ing incidents and so on of their association years entire families Are meeting for the first time for and cousins and and nephews and and grandfathers sons und daughters and Are shaking hands and enjoying to the full extent their Little meetings All Over the commodious it is a gala Day for the lutheran people of the District and that evening they went borne in the no but Delight with the outcome of the Days proceedings at the Hundred Springs reception to Bergstresser and wife arrived Home from from their wedding tour last a reception consisting of miss Lucy Waring and miss Jean Miller along with a number of others representing the met the newly arrived pastor and Bride at the station and accompanied them to their later in the evening supper was prepared by the and after All had partaken those assembled at the House repaired to the English lutheran where a most cordial reception was John Albright made the address of Aud he did it so nicely As to Call Forth a Hearty response from the at the conclusion of Bergstresser the customary a productions of such occasions took Davies was present and made a Happy and lensing Little quite encouraging to the newly bad e Benedict Bergstresser and wife were presented with a handsome hat rack and k Well filled reminders r the esteem in which is he 1 by his after Only two months if highly successful pastoral work jul k the hoi Oje of Bergstresser is on Jiu Coln above tenth and had been nicely fitted up and every thing put in readiness for conventional Louse keeping before his return to i at the Epworth league convention Leld last week at six of the even annual conferences comprised in he fourth general conference bal Philadelphia and Central Penn a Lyrania were Confor nce not represented was the West Vir representing the Altoona Rich Epworth league were the and the District pres pastor first Church two sessions of the Conven Ion were f was elected president of the North general conference District about this time of year the lady with rings prefers eating Corn he Twenty sixth the state following is the substance of an order just issued from the adjutant generals the annual regimental and brigade matches for this year will be shot upon the state Range at during the week beginning August each regiment or battalion of infantry shall be entitled to one team of four men and one three cavalry companies combined to one team of the same and three artillery Bat teries to one teams to be selected and detailed by authority of the regimental commanders and by the rank ing cavalry and artillery no commissioned officers shall be eligible to membership upon these nor any one who serves As such in this years Only the state Arm can be and with the regulation the exclusive use of the open or v sight is As the use of the Peep sight is dangerous to human life and occasions frequent shots on the wrong teams must arrive and go into Camp upon the Range on the Range will be open for practice on at 8 tents and Straw Matr esies will be provided As beginning on and per diem pay will be transportation will be issued by the brigade commanders upon requisition of regi Montal no extra men shall be brought by any hints rules shall govern the regi mental inspectors of Rifle practice will attend with their teams there Ieti Tal match will be shot on september and the brigade Mutch of september an electric Belt Man gave a free lec Ture on electricity in front of the Post office last at Philipsburg the base Ball score was 12 for the visiting Phila Delphia club to 10 for the Home miss Gertrude of Philadel is spending a Short season with her the misses Ross on 14th a Fine Crayon the late the work of Stem is on exhibition in Sci Illius show the lovers of the perfect horse should not fail to see Cook Whitby Superb at Tyrone tuesday August the Hollidaysburg Gas works was put up at Public auction and the highest bid was the Sale was adjourned till after a five Days confinement to the Charles Wright made his appearance on the considerably shattered in looks from the Racket Given him by Centre county republicans yesterday placed in nomination John Ham Ilton and for Assem Samuel Gray for associate John Miller for Zeigler for District Jesse Cleaver for county upon Nuth Ritj of a search warrant Snyder and Barr made a tour of the House occupied by Joe finns family on Berlin Street numerous boxes were found containing articles bearing the Marks of having been stolen from time to Large in Antibes of lard and Silver knives and Riew Butcher Are among the Many things Mary infant daughter of did Ada James died at their Home on Pennsylvania Avenue at nine Oclock tuesday evening of cholera the child had reached Only the tender age of fifteen months when she was taken from her Loving and now grief stricken funeral ser vices will be conducted at the House on thursday afternoon by interment in Tyrone Ceme the 31st anniversary of 45th will be held in set a tvs near Centre a special Effort will be made to have the survivors of the old company present to answer to another Roll Call and joyously spend the Day together in the style of a Basket everybody is invited to be pres ent and especially old soldiers of other the Altoona times Tyrone correspondent says the last will and Testa ment of the late James judge Bequeaths to his son of had a lot of ground at the Corner of Blair Avenue and twelfth upon which Are two houses to his son of Carson and one half lot of of Pennsylvania and the House erected of it to his granddaughter daughter of to his of on half lot of and the building on and the judge Homestead of Pann Sylvania Avenue and the balance of his Rhody Mcmullen and judge Are the

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