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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
The Tyrone by december Twenty ninth news prom National Headquarters by our own like Many other Over smart did not know when to let Well enough he made the hit of his life when he sent that message in favor of the Monroe doctrine to but he mistook the applause for the sentiments in the message for applause for himself and in his egotism thought that because Congress promptly adopted Lis recommendations for the appoint ment of a commission to ascertain the real Boundary Between British Guiana and Venezuela that it was ready to do anything else he wanted so he joined the British who were trying to punish the United states for daring to stand no for the Monroe doctrine by forcing us into a financial and sent a special message to Cong ref s urging immediate financial legislation and asking that no Christmas recess be taken until some Sueh legislation As re tiring the greenbacks or authorizing an Issue of Gold Bonds should have been put in saying that it was Cleveland egotism that caused him to write that financial message it is putting a very charitable construction upon his others do not hesitate to say that he did it because he was rattled by the British attacks upon our finances and by a Call which was issued by the new York chamber of Commerce for a Aseet ing to condemn the Monroe doctrine lie said to have sent a member of the Cabinet to new York to prevent that meeting and his messenger is reported to have made a Deal where by the meeting was declared off and Cleveland hysterical message was son t to so far As Congress and the people Are the message will do neither Good nor will provide for the deficit with Tariff it will unquestionably do much harm to our interests in eng it will cause the British to think that Cleveland has become fright ened and already regrets his belligerent message and it will also encourage them to keep up their scheming to throw us into a financial no possible Good can be accomplished by Congress remaining in session during Christmas because even if the House had already passed the measure which will be reported from the ways and Means the Senate would be prepared to act on it until its reorganization has been accomplish the Silver men in the who have an unquestioned say nothing can pass that Doest provide in some Way for a More extended use of speaker Reeds committee assign ments contain some personal Digap but that was under the circumstances unavoidable there were More leading republicans than there were leading but it is creditable to those who were disappointed that they have accepted the situation Philo representative of merely keeps his old place on the ways and Means the chair Manship going to representative Ding of but Payne is Given in addition the chairmanship of the committee on merchant Marine and which is an unusual As members of the ways and Means committee Are Seldom Given chairman of got the chair Manship of the committee on approx but of his rival for that got a much coveted place on the committee on As did of who was at one time thought to be in line for the head of the ways and Means commit of Massachusetts the banking and currency and of that of foreign As it had been understood All along they but there were lots of surprises among the minor chair Admiral a lecture on the Caribbean sea took occasion o say that he considered the superiority f the individual vessels of our Navy an offset for the excess of vessels in the British Navy which was sufficient to prevent any fear on the part of a con he also said i am no Prophet nor son of a but i predict Here tonight that should War Between the United states and great Britain the first shot fired in Auger will sound the death Knell of the British senator of in introducing a Bill for the restoration of the duty on took occasion to notify the Senate that he would offer the Bill As an amendment to any Tariff Bill that might be reported from the finance but the general belief is that senator Mitchell will not be put to that because any Bill Amend ing the Tariff that is reported is Likely to provide for a duty on republicans have claimed Ever sine the result of the election was known that the election of a Republican sue Cessor to senator Blackburn by the Kentucky legislature was a and now Kentucky democrats openly admit the claim and acknowledge that they have no even with the votes of the two John Wooley the lecture of John Wooley at the presbyterian Church last week was in the line of political but free from abuse of other it cannot be said of him that he is a great orator but his manner of delivery differs from the Ordinary Public speaker and commands most completely the at Tention of his that he is sin Cere no one could fairly he is thoroughly in Earnest in his desire to crush out the and his life in All things is doubtless consistent with his position on the subject of Temperance which is very necessary to be agitation and education is the Only Road to hence Wooley is doing though the re form ultimately May not be effected in the Way that he advocates for bringing it the Cannibal eats the flesh of the human the people of the civilized world Are far enough removed now from cannibalism not to ea1 the flesh of their fellow but they eat that of the education will finally convince them it is wrong to take the life of one animal to sustain that of education will finally convince men that it is wrong to traffic in and to risk thai is injurious t the human mind and when that sentiment has become dominant the drink traffic with us evil effects will Pine and hence the necessity for when cooperation has taken the place of then will All reforms be at that state of civilization no one will for the Sake of gain want to engage in any Busi Ness that is injurious in any Way to his agitation is the strongest Medicine for an evil that can be admin Wooley is an effective agitator and is doing a Eood work for his but the whisky Tiff Lac will never be suppressed by any arbitrary Measimer lankan the punish ments they ii list Are Only and Are Only sustained As far As Public sentiment is Strong enough to sustain Semi Centennial Blair county to celebrate on the 4th and 5th of june 1896 the Semi Centennial anniversary of Blair county will be celebrated with vigor and enthusiasm on june 4 and this was determined at the first meeting of the recently appointed executive committee who have the matter in the meeting being held at Hollidaysburg thursday with the following members present Samuel Mccana aut and j of Tyrone David Barney and of Altoona of roaring Spring prof Henry of Duncansville John of Williamsburg or of Claysburg John of Martins William pro Dean William the oldest minister in the Huntingdon died of paralysis at his Home at Hunt saturday he was aged 83 Prideaux was born in and had been in the minis try in this country since he held various charges in the Huntingdon and though retired some years ago from regular service on account of his advanced he was Able to expound the gospel clearly until the very end of his the deceased was Well known in having preached Here frequently in the past Twenty Prideaux was unconscious less than 24 All his children except one reached his bedside while he was yet conscious of what was going on about him and who were he three exciting Bellefonte news two Young boys who live at Coburn have recently be come heroes and Are the proudest Bear Hunters in that while out Hunting one Day last week they were following a bears track when Thoy accidentally came across the of another they were not aware of their discovery until so notified by a Tierce upon investigation they found a Large Bear the Den and taking steady aim they killed it is without doubt the largest Bear killed in his Vicinity for Many years and the Joya Are justly elated Over their Lle novo news Ruggles a Ftp Een year old son of a Leer on the River at alarm Neeley Island to Miles East of saturday Ruggles was skating when Lewiw the Deer upon the to went u Pursuit without losing any time and succeeded in grasping the animal by the the Deer threw the boy three Uaea hut eventually the hitter got the and with a Stone deprived he excited Deer of much of its drawing an old Jack knife from his Ruggles hacked the animals Throat and inflicted wounds which proved several Days says an James a Engineer of the and while on the return trip from saw a Deer ahead of his train climbing the with the purpose of crossing the the Engineer so regulated the Speed of his train that the locomotive struck the Deer As it leaped on the the animal was throw to the when the fireman and brakeman jumped from the engine and Cut the Throat of the the animal was divided among the Burg Martin William Edwin Baldrige and Robert of letters pledging sympathy and cooperation with the Centennial movement and regret at their inability to be pres ent were read from John Hicks and of of Bel i Wood and of of sent word that he proposed to Call a meeting of the Blair county bar association for december to take approx Prii Ite action on the the meet was called to order by Edwin the president of the who delivered an inspiring and on his motion Samuel of was called to the Mocanu aut gave a description of the Alining scenes in Hollidaysburg the Day lie news was received from Harrisburg of the birth of Blair it was in deed a Day of a permanent organization of the committee was formed by the election of the following officers Edwin of Hollidaysburg vice of Tyrone of Holli Dity Burg of june and june fixed As the Days for holding the it was stated that the county was formed of february and the first courts in the county were held on the last monday in july of the same by the fixing of these two Days the committee avoided both the i clemency of Winter and the torrid heat of it was the sense of the meeting that the county commissioners should be urged to an Early completion of the sol Diers and sailors so that the unveiling of the Monument on june form a feature of the Himi Ersary the fact that the grave of John in the presbyterian the Man after whom Blair county is lies neglected without a Headstone or was also the matter of appoint ing a committee of ladies to solicit funds for a suitable Monument to his memory was the historical committee delegated the duty to of to prepare and edit a literary history of Blair it was decided that the president appoint a subcommittee of five to prepare All the details and other necessary mat ters relating to the preached his last Sermon in the Hunt Ingdon presbyterian Church three weeks Prideaux landed in America in and his brat work was of an evangelistic in 1857 he was ordained a pastor of the Church of the Mes Siah at near Harris and he preached the gospel there for More Thau a for three years succeeding 1859 he was pastor of the presbyterian Church at Bedford having at the begin Ning of that service been ordained by the Carlisle his Transfer to the Huntingdon presbytery occurred in he was a minister of the Pel who Hud the explicit Confidence of everyone who knew he was an exceedingly warm hearted and sympathetic and a Earnest he began ins work in the Huntingdon presbytery at Little in Mitt in coun Afler that time he charges at East Snow Mapleton and Mill and for the Post fifteen years served As Supply for the churches at Mcalevy fort Aid others in this presbytery that were the deceased was married three his first wife died in one evening at family prayer soon after their when the Youn woman was kneeling close to in open place a spark ignited her clothing and she was burned so badly that death hid second wife died at his third wife and the following Chil Dren survive Thomas of Janes of Eareld county William of Huntingdon widow of of Cal Mary of and miss at warriors markings regular weekly letter from our own correspondent our Farmers Are Busy blowing for Spring misses Cora and Dessie Fry Are Home from Altoona far two weeks William of spent ast saturday with his parents and friends in John principal o the Public schools of Warren is Home for two weeks the warriors Nark literary society will meet on tuesday evening from this on instead of wednesday Louis Mattern came Home from Johnstown on monday for a few Days vacation among his parents and Hays Matt uru of Gettysburg and the better the better the the better the and and the better the mediums the better the if you have something the people advertise with courage and and the people at Home and abroad will respond to your do not forget that an advertisement in perpetual if it is will Wear its Way into the Peoples Mem with consequent results to Here is a your advertisement an argument denying its Force from the and present it clearly to All to whom it is subscribe now for the Pittsburg Dis Patch and secure a Complete Chrono logical record of Send order for this great paper shake off rheumatism and rub Well with red Flag at Holmes drug pay your taxes Avo Cuil and any woman who studies effect will soon see that the color which intensifies the color of her 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promised As in Jan and is claimed to be the most accurate and Best of All these almanacs it did not reprint part of the previous years almanac in As did one of its to get out on sight saving dont read in railway trains or in vehicles in dont read lying Down or in a con strained dont read by Moonlight or dont read by a flickering gaslight or dont read books printed on thin dont read books which have no Spac Between the dont read for More than 50 minutes without whether the eyes Are tired or dont bold Reading close to the eyes dont study at but in the morn when you Are dont select your own glasses at the Frank Mattern of Harrisburg Are Home for one weeks vacation among miss Olie who is employed in the Hospital of the Good Shepherd at Montgomery is Home for two weeks Edwin one of our pop ular Young left on monday even ing for Pittsburg where he will spend two weeks with of tuesday evening the presbyterian Church will have a Christmas tree and a treat for its scholars and on wednes Day afternoon the lutheran Church will treat its sunday school and on wednes Day evening the methodist Church will follow an excellent program has been prepared by nil three churches and a Good time is in store for All who at the Public is cordially invite ii to All these the third month of warriors Mark 2 school ended on Tho 19th the percen Kirn of attendance was the following Are the names of the pupils who were present every Day Allison a Larry Foster Jesse Ralph Ray Earl Oscar Frank Jesse Reuben Lily Cora Myrtle May z Ida Bertha Ortua Road Edna Shellen Charles of was in prone Ben superintendent of the Curwensville was the guest of is John George Ribbs and Isaac in Tyrone ladies and gentlemen suffering with Horuat and lung difficulties to Call at air thug store for a bottle of ottos which we Are distributing free of and to can confidently record need it As a Superior remedy for consume Jiou and All diseases of the Throat and it will Stop a cough quicker Rhau any know we will guarantee it to cure if your children have croup or whooping cough t is sure to give instant dont but get a trial bottle Large sizes 50o and sold by and thus strengthens the a hit for coughs and what 25 cents at Holmes remember if you have a cough or cold Pantina always at Holmes the old year is almost a i your taxes before the new year comes Christmas wedding the Home of Stewart and ily on cottage Street was the scene of a pretty wedding tuesday morning at ten the contracting parties being Thomas of miss Ella daughter of and the Beautiful ceremony which United the Twain was performed by the Evergreen decorations in the apartment where the ceremony occurred blended splendidly with the White Robes of Bride and bridesmaid and the conventional Black of the Groom and his jest the bridesmaid was miss Mary sister of the and the groomsman was albeit Lent z a Phil Adelphia Friend of the the Bride carried a bouquet of White roses and the bridesmaid one of yellow after the ceremony a sumptuous dinner was the guests included Only relatives and close friends of the Bride and the Bride was the recipient of Many presents which were valuable and Boland is bookkeeper in a Phila Delphia wholesale Coffee and spice Audi Ajoung Man of his Bride is Well quipped Fot the responsible place she accomplished and sensible and she will make for the Man of her Choice a Happy and attractive Home and Boland left on main line express at noon for where they will at Inice occupy a furnished and ready for them t the Herald extends Hearty and wishes them Well in All adv resort advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone pos Tollice Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the Olyce for one week without Leing Ciuni after being letters Are held to weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter Ollion when they Are returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the week Eiding saturday ladies moso Filz Viss in Ullic Algor Kiiu Iii Uoo Nuy miss love Nan Bliss m Attu Wirt Ethel Gates is Kucinie it Mir Surah Snow Tumis mrs shut miss Annit Wessli k r or Viulle Thompson Thomas Lia Ruer Kline Taylor us Uvion Garrick j Longman Gim Ioney Alamjit enl Iii it aborts apr Yuklu Snailer Usu pro Roii Worth Many thousand people have found a Friend in Bacons celery King if Yon Jan vhf never used this great specific for the prevailing Tim Yuliis of liver Nurvia nervous Prosta in less Noss and All diseases arising from Lerouge Uneit the Livo and we would in pleased to give you a package of this great nerve tonic tree of an account of a Man who shot himself rather than suffer the pangs of fool Why didst Whetak dewitts Little Marly risers v i used to suffer As bad As he did before 1 commenced Tak ing these Little major Picton is manager of the state at which the travelling men say is one of the Best that la speaking of chamberlains cholera and diarrhoea remedy major Picton says 1 have used it myself and in my family for several years and take pleasure in saying that i consider it an infallible cure for diarrhoea and i always recommend and have frequently administered it to my guests in the and in every Case it has proven itself worthy of unqualified in for Sale at Smiths two drug pay your persons wishing to make payment on account due Wilson Isenberg will Confer a favor by calling at my office where Clarence Wilson will receive All Money tendered and give receipts for As hit him steals his Sands his sugar and is but the people Are getting their goods Way Down at the store Box 4x0 1goo Columbia v fou on Logan ave adjoining that of Call on or address to for general House apply to 10i0 Lincoln for 7room House with Bath laundry in cemented hot water rent per Possession Given a Tubley James of who has for years in railroading on the Pittsburg Lake Erie r is isiliu4 his and Iii Hafl the Christmas Isenburg returned the other Ilav Irani hid Juun in Southern ii ill Snail no Holiday season among us if Penis in terms of the is Niimi i and expects to re turn in c a be o Ceas to tout taken by is succeeded Rev Hien transferred from the to Rone his master is the hitter son of As Tual Currier be the depot n d one Lone common drunk occupied an apartment at fort Snyder last and on in soft aide of the Iron which bandied to be uppermost when dropped from the clutches of the officer in default of forthcoming Cash to meet Fine imposed at a hearing next he was sentenced by the Burgess to remain in the Bastile till six Oclock thus giving him a whole Day in Possession of his sober senses to meditate As to the effect of benzine of the human on october 10 last the famous Malena of uttered a hand some Gold watch As a Premium to the agent who would buy of them the most goods Between that Date and tuesday morning the proprietor and manager of the shipped the a Beautiful warranted for twee Youe to the a of who bought and paid for the most goods in the past two and a half it is a handsome Christmas during the last two weeks of the Hunting season a party of eight Young men had a gloriously successful Hunt Haynes the seven Moore Villa Hunters were Asbury Oliver George Parson and John the Tyrone Hunter who added dignity to the party was the oct Ette bagged seven wild turkeys and a Large amount of Small four of the Deer were brought to and drugging Gar Ner was the purchaser of one of
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