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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 22, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Tyrone by december Twenty sixth year the Poumal Jolt ondics notified of his Call to now Ralph Wells and the committee selected by the congregation of the fourth Avenue presbyterian to extend the formal invitation to John pastor of the first presbyterian Church of to accept the pastorate of their arrived to per form that important office Wells is the ruling elder and Jackson is a trustee and Deacon of the fourth ave nue they visited Davies at his Home on Logan Avenue Friday morn ing and entered upon the important it is the unanimous wish of the congregation which these gentlemen that the Call be accepted by Davies they is just the Man with the equipment of mind Aud heart to fill the pulpit occupied for More than a Quarter of a Century by the eminent the stated fully the the position and prospects of the and explained How they Felt that in Davies were the ministering abilities which their congregation need and have been looking for during the eighteen months that they have been without a furthermore fortified their expression of our esteemed towns mans Worth by offering him an annual salary of with the additional offt r to defray All his expenses of removing from Tyrone to new Davies had not yet recovered from the feeling of Surprise that the unsought Call had occasioned in Wells and Jackson so earnestly set Forth the desire of their people that he come to minister to of course it was out of the question for him to answer definitely at once the invitation and he informed the committee that he would take the matter into earn est and prayerful consideration and would give them his reply at the earliest possible Wells and Jack son answered that they none Noth ing that they had presented their arguments Aud invitation with All earnestness they Aud they would leave the matter with him for decision for which he should take his own the new York visitors left for Home at before their departure Jackson talked freely to a Herald re in regard to the and was especially Earnest in his opinion that Davies is just tie Man to Suo eed As pastor of the fourth Avenue said Jackson our has a following of about 1300 this including two prosperous missions directly under our control acid the membership of the Church proper is somewhat Over while to Are not a Rich Congre but Plain we have an excellent and though without endowment Are Well equipped As to Church Crosby death was a sad blow to his lie had preached to overflowing congregations but when was taken away temporary Supply plan had us natural effect upon the at and now we have Felt the need of a Man capable of placing the Church in its old position of that Kikui we believe to be it is his sincere de his Earnest and logical presenta Tion of the facts and reality of religion and the As Well As his splendid and proven ability for that attract us to we want a Mau whose heart is in his work Aud we Are sure that we have found if it pleases Davies to accept this Call i have no doubt that the Church will grow richly in Prosperity Aud Power under his direction for we have the Field for just the work in which he has so amply proven his ability Davies was seen by the Herald reporter after his interview with the distinguished he said i could Doc describe to anyone the feelings which overcame me when i first heard of this i was at Williamsburg yesterday Aud on my return to Altoona last evening i went into the Reading room and picked up a copy of the new York almost first thing i read was the report of the congregational meeting of the fourth Avenue Church which had voted to tender me this i didst read far but threw threw the paper aside Anil walked out into the it was a com plete and overwhelming Skedas to what action to would probably Davies replied i cannot answer so and have simply told Wells and jacks that i will give the matter due Consul ration in All its aspects and Render a definite reply at As Early a Date As pos the responsibilities which an acceptance of the Call would bring Are certainly the Church is Large and Lias bad one of the most eminent ministers of Bis Day As its it has supervision Over two Large pastor will be required to take up is extensive the advantages of a new York residence Are of course there would be almost unlimited opportunities for mental culture that Are in themselves very it is with the deepest regret that i even think of the possibility of leaving be cause of my Strong attachment to our Church and our people who have been so uniformly kind to i shall not decide for some times to what reply in make to this the most significant Honor is due Davies in that the Call comes to him entirely he has never preached in the fourth Avenue but some of the members of that congregation listened to him at the seashore last and acting upon their committees of the Church have visited Tyrone several times recently to hear his or Davies has declined several Calls to other churches in his five years residence in Only a few months ago he declined a Call to Spring where he was offered a salary of a your and a his salary in Tyrone is is a popular and Siw Soful Ilia congregation Are Deli thud to see him thus worthily though they dont enjoy even the thought that they May lose him from and the a the walking delete note Nover tired of talking of the so says the Detroit free lie held that it was justifiable if Ever a strike and he was prepared to demonstrate that it was proper to strike to secure any desired he so told his a d she seemed to agree with said it seemed to lie the easiest Way of enforcing a and that Ekht when he came Home tie found that the table was not i want a new she when he asked what the trouble i youve been bothering me for that dress for he but How there int she this is a a strike n general Ive been trying to secure a peaceable settlement of this trouble for some but now i mean to enforce my do you dont talk to Ive that Way if i cant net you to Why Ive got to i dont care if it does Block the wheels of you dont i Ive made my de and Treyve been Ive asked for arbitration with a View to Compromise and that has also been re fused a strike is All that there u mid but your demands Are unreason Ible dont think they youre no youre the judge of your own de Unnis when you strike and in just As Good a judge As Yon Are when i want its no use this strike is she folded her arms in a determined and he it was perhaps half an hour later when he looked up and asked is the strike still on v it is still she Arent you hungry i saw had something in the Treasury before the strike was meaning the pantry v he meaning the she i believe ill get a he its sue the re serve is to be used simply to keep the strike you cant touch the strikers he he said warning if i shut off the Cash she laughed and nodded toward the i can stick it out a she re five or ten minutes later he proposed that they Compromise on the basis of ten she replied but that Means he i cant afford that is your she answered i offered to arbitrate it was ten Oclock that night when he finally gave and somehow he Felt that he had experienced a new phase of the strike it looked differ ent from the other Side of the ugly and but i everything went wrong with and i thought i haunt a Friend in the world dyspepsia caused and for Mouths 1 eat just suffered in misery till i used Sulphur three bottles cured Lewis 22 Bowdoin i have been a suffer from Catarrh for 20 i found immediate Relief in the use of lilys ure Aru since using it i have not suffered a moment from sore Throat or 1 iss of from which i previously caused by i consider your which its new 60 Warren new tub new Oyster express express gives a the the new schedule on the Pennsylva Nia Railroad and branches went into affect several important changes have been made in the time of priv ii and departure of trains under the new schedule the following in time at Tyrone station Are announced express now arrives at instead of As at present Harrisburg a commode instead of 10 43 mail express at instead of other and As at new Orleans and Pittsburg express Oyster is withdrawn Pacific express now arrives at instead of 7 fast line at qa7 instead of 7 10 m Altoona accommodation at instead of 8 23 p columbian express now due Here at will pass Tyrone at 5 15 and will not other at 1 02 find As at 0 i the Tyrone Clearfield railway now leaves Tyrone at 8 20 m 3 15 and arrive at Tyrone g 16 and 11 and 6 12 on Bald Valley trains now leaves to Rosie at and p m arrive at Tyrone at 6 52 and 11 55 a m g 33 on the and Tyrone trains Low leave Tyrone at and arrive at Tyrone at m ind a ripcord scores a a Large and was it Academy wednesday night when iia lord and his Able company Shakespeare Julius ind at the end of the play lib favourable comments were for Tyrone for the first time had Beni treated to a really High class tragedy by a first class Ila Fords enviable reputation us heal Marc Antony is Well won the Man who in old share honors with Booth and Barrett mint succeed at the head of any company of time after time h an Ford was apply dec and called before the curtain to Bow hit his Pei oration Over the dead body of Tieser was masterful piece of oratory and was the grandest achievement of the evening Spencer certainly looked and acted the hungry and wily cassias Iii voice is powerful and might Leac Many a one to simple but Spencer put none too much Force into his Bennett Mattiek As Brutus looked the patriotic but misled roman to perfection and especially in the quarrel scene gave an exhibition of Good the other players were Well suited to Hoyt being him very counter Dart of Creser As we understand the Scenic effects were True and Muir cd at the residence of John Clark at Williamsburg was the scene of an important and pretty ceremony thursday at one Oclock his daughter Ida was United in marriage o Clarence Clark of miss june of Cove was bridesmaid and Charles f brother of the was among those present rom this Section were and Tyrone of Scotia and Nathan of Icar brother and sister of he the ceremony was per Ormed by pastor of presbyterian Church at Williams Burg after which the assembled com any discussed a sumptuous wedding dinner and mingled in social Aud Clemson left later on a honeymoon tour to new York and other Eastern the Bride is one of the county fair est and beat daughters who will fill her sphere in the new household with Grace and the Groom in set his Superior As a firs class Young Man in every respect and will he a Model lius and Cleason a Osy Home ready for their on Adams awaiting their re turn Here where they will reside per Clemson the popular Book keeper in Goheen the Herald joins their Many friends in Best wishes or their future progressive Kuehorn and Lloyd Owens entertained most hospitably about fort live of their principally Young mar ried at their pleasant Home on Cameron besides the delicious the most important feature of the evening was the Friendly contest at progressive when the final Bell rang for a counting of it was found that of roaring and Byron Freeman had the largest number of games to their while Hicks and Charles Wilson Gray displayed the preponderance of Green wafers on their Schirf As prizes Diacri received a Beautiful Freeman a handsome Hicks an Olive and Gray a toy the evening was spent most enjoyably and the genial Host and hostess Werea their its a pity to disclose the weak less of humanity when it is being Well but it must be recorded As i fact that the staid party did not Dis Perse until three Oclock next the Avo m the Wise Man now puts his ment in the paper to Tell the people who by what he has to sell for Tho holidays capital the news from National by oar regular most daring and desperate democratic conspiracy since the of those concocted for the perpetuation and Exten Sion of human slavery is now Well under its chief manipulator is senator and the Boodle end is being looked after by senator whose relations with wealthy monopolies gives him control of All the Money that Ramiy be it was to Blind the people to the object of this conspiracy that Brice and company raised the senseless cry that the republicans were trying to Rob the democrats of the senators to be elected by the Legislatures of ing and As though party could be robbed of what it does not pcs Gilbert in of Tyrone delivered his illustrated lecture from Sandy Hook to the Golden in Philips Burg tuesday and receives the following compliment from the journal of that place notwithstanding the i clemency of the weather a Large audience was pres ent to enjoy the which was in every Way a delightful and we regret that the crowded Condi Tion of our columns today prevents us speaking at greater length concerning its excellent the views were and they were explained in that Happy Way to characteristic of we Are glad to know that we Are promised a similar treat in Tho near future by league of ulcers nominated the election for officers of the Young mens Republican league will take place on Friday january the term of nil officers is six the trustee who will serve for eighteen at the meeting of the league Friday evening the following nominations were made for the various places to be filled Mur first vice Isenberg second vice Kennedy Samuel Williams assist ant Samuel Joseph Burley financial Heverly Wilhelm Samuel me r of of Tuberm Washington Camp patriotic sons of its meeting monday evening elected the following officers who will be installed Jair iary to serve during the year 1893 past canal presi Struble Arice president Stine of Jerry Smith Crawford s Craine copelin Fisher inspector Charles Waite Charles Parker majority in the Legislatures of either of these the democratic conspirators do not Hope to elect democrats from any of Thwe states to the but they do Hope and expect to make deals with the populists by which men will be sent to the Senate who will Aid the cons Iiley by voting As Dii eucled by chief conspirator it might be supposed that the lation for which these votes a tired was in some Way connected with the so called reforming of the or with financial policy of the Cleveland a but it has nothing to do with Aud Brice Are both at heart i a protective and neither of them takes any Stock in the idea that the democratic party is going to make Radical changes in the Tariff the legislation for which the votes of populist senators is wanted has for its object the Perpetua Tion of democratic control of the National and in order to obtain s from them that they Wil vote for the repeal of the Laws provid ing or supervision of National elec turns by Deputy marshals and u supervisors of Cash aug big promises of patronage some Sai even to the extent of a Abnot position Are being with the Laws providing for even the partial Federal of Federau elections which the present statutes do out of the Way the democratic conspirators see nothing to democratic party retaining Power for an in definite they figure that they could then be absolutely certain of the 159 electoral votes of the solid beside those of new new and the democratic districts of thus making a democratic nomination for president equivalent to an election this scheme is entirely in keeping with the history of the democratic fortunately for the country at irrespective of concert it at the Christmas concert Friday vening at Mountain Bir an enthusiastic arid appreciate Anzio Nice greeted the opening Iven by twelve Young ladies of Devoo this was by March by misses Beus oter and pleasing Ives by miss accompanied y violin obligatory miss Lewit brought Orth Grent the gypsies a vocal was Beau finlly rendered by misses and and Orth Well merited Pait first concluded with Iano solos by fit uses Cryder and Buddinger and a vocal Solo by miss All of which were the first number in part a piano wedding Well rendered by misses North and Kun Lette was followed by a double num Ber in which misses Gerhart and Buz Aid added to their Well earned Tepu in the part of a vocal and moravian inet the piano Rondo rendered by miss Nora the vocal spin spin4 and a Highland misses Buzzard and the rendering of the High and lad was so beautifully and Artis done that the Young ladies were called Back to the stage several it is impossible to mention or do Justice to the participants in All the numbers of part in this but the piano Idlet Mumo Reuben cd piano Hondo Mozart misses Moore and were especially Well Irvinn and As does All the the greatest skill and care in training in miss instrumental Aud miss vocal he knows that tie people read the political the Republican leaders is great Reading ind he knows that they read advertise because advertisements Are news just As much As the local or telegraphic matter that is the shrewd id Vertise Points the he tells the people what to has to and he shows them that it is to their advantage to buy from him because he can sell to them As if not than any other Man in the same if you dont Tell the people what you have to How do you expect to sell they cant guess what you have in How can you Tell the most people at the least Cost v through the Advertis ing columns of the when you adopt t hat method Jou pay for a i Good and you get Adver Tising always a delightful a very pleasant Little affair took place thursday at the Home of William Bouse on Jefferson where he and his excellent spouse most Delight fully entertained resident widows of deceased methodist preachers there were present Martha widow of Elisha Butler widow George Guyer Mary widow of Cambridge Graham Rebecca b widow of Memmer and Virginia widow of George in addition to those named the occasion was graced by the presence of Hamlin and pastor of the first and Aud Susan Mother of the affair was most Delight Ful and will be Long and pleasantly re How be see you hired Martinetti to sing at your paid him How did he sing like a Bird i Bill All the was conscious of his business manager of Lithe merry Cobbler company closed a contract monday with our popular to do the Cater ing for the Orange Tea reception at the Academy of music Christmas after have known of this conspiracy from its and they have been untiring in their efforts to Deteso which they Are now although not yet cer of should they fail to de feat it they will be in a position to make an exposure As will raise a wave of indignation from the Atlantic to the representative a Tony of Texas is one of the democrats who is anxious to hurry us the introduction of democratic he has introduced a Bill in the House providing that no More pen Sions be granted under the dependent pension act of and that the pay ment of All pensions which have been granted under that Law shall be Antony democratic colleague Are real an airy with him for having been so the democrats of the House were All mighty glad to vote for the two weeks Holiday from thurs Day of this As it will prevent their having to work so hard to kill time and to keep from doing something that might displease Boss of people who the Christmas recess Are the representatives of the european steamship who have been struggling hard to Stem the Strong congressional current in favor of a temporary suspension of in they Hope to convince some congressmen before thee id of the recess that a suspension of immigration would be quite As bad for the country As it will be for the steamship com president of the league of College who became so widely known through his activity in the late had a conference with the president a Day or two ago concerning the future work of this valuable auxiliary of the Republican and the president agreed with Burko that the proper thing to do was to continue the work of the increasing its membership Aud extending its if such prominent democrats As representative chairman of the House committee on know the future intentions of their it is certain that one of the first things the next democratic House will be will be to restore the duty on thus in creasing the Cost of living to every family in the United elocution and de Surle lit entertainment wednesday even ing by the Young ladies of Mountain Seminary was a great Success in every Way and reflects the greatest credit on their the first number was Given by miss Budin Gen entitled Selling a this was taken from Jos Ali allans wife and showed treat care in miss Buddecke the Schubert As Only a German wit i fhe greatest feeling and the Medley by the misses Cryder Etrich Aud was much then their first play was recited by miss Fol Lowed by the election of the future by Tho m Isles these two num Bers were both so Well Given and abounded in wit and humor to such an extent that the audience broke out in frequent the crowning Success of the the fan the latest Delsarte was Given in costume by sixteen interesting and Graceful Young some Twenty live figures were taken to the accompaniment of Low in these the poetry of motion was truly Gbowu while everyone watched with Brea est until tie one disappeared from the education in this school is Broad ind Liberal in every and with the Beautiful surroundings on every Side a girl cannot help but develop both in mind and Tyrone and the shite it wad noted a few Days ago that seeds had offered to donate his spacious 100 Springs Park for the use of the Pennsylvania National guard at their annual Encampment next As an inducement to have the states soldiery spend their Outing at famous further inducements Are now showing the open hearted Ness of our citizens and their desire that the town be outstripped by no other place in the whose farm adjoins seeds comes Forward with the offer to donate his Well situated lands for Drill grounds for the and Stewart offers the use of his Large Meadow Field at Tyrone forges As a Drill ground for the the requirements thus being fulfilled As to convenient and spacious camping and Drill tyrones advantages As a Central Point Tor the concentration of the states troops ought to Appeal strongly to the Powers that shall select the place of a unanimous they were in a prohibition state at the what will you take the governor of South Carolina to the governor of i think ill take a train for replied the governor of North and the governor of South Carolina joined the great value of hoods Sarappa As a remedy for Catarrh is vouched for by thousands of people whom it has

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