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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania By pay feb betray 4 Jonas one of the oldest engineers on the Tyrone division very in the midst of life we Are in a very sudden and unexpected which was a severe Shock to the com occurred thursday morning at about Twenty minutes after eight although at a Good old age Jonas Dinge enjoyed fairly Good health and bid fair to live a number of years but death is no respecter of person and that morning very distinctly proved the assertion made in the above scrip Ture the deceased was at tacked by the grip some three weeks but he improved steadily until last week monday when he thought lie had sufficiently improved to resume he worked monday mid tues Day nights without but we dumsday inborn inc lie began to feel ill and soon it was noticed that he was suffering a relapse of the his condition was not thought to be serious but luring that night he suffered considerable Sext morning he arose feeling no and began to walk around his bed about fifteen minutes of eight Oclock he was compelled to lie and in half an hour he had the direct cause of death was heart Jonas the subject of this obituary was born near Centre August being therefore at time of 63 5 months and 26 lays of he was married his first wife having died jul on March he was United in marriage to of who survives her husband and to whom the Heartfelt sympathy of the Community is extended her be Dinges was the oldest locomotive Engineer on Tyrone division and possibly in the employ of the Penn Sylvania Railroad during the year 1859 he commenced engineering on the main line of the where he ran until february when he was transferred to Tyrone he handled the throttle of the engine that hauled the first passenger train from Tyrone to the end of the Bald Eagle Valley Road at that in the course of several years the Road extended to lock Haven and binges continued on this Road for fourteen years when he was transferred to the Moshannon which runs from Belsena to Philips Bung he remained there fourteen years Aad in november he was brought to Tyrone and placed on Yard shifter of which he waa the Engineer when death overtook in All he had been employed by the for thirty three during that time he bad Many adventures and thrilling experiences with and several times was badly he was an honest and upright and his death will be sincerely mourned by his Many friends not Only in but All Toruga this besides his Loving wife he is survived by seven three girls and four and two the children Are of California George and of of and Philip Wil Liams and misses Lulu and of the Sisters Are mrs Sarah of and Susara of Clearfield coun Catherine Myers at Oclock sunday morning occurred the death of Catharine at the Home of her David on main from a stroke of she retired in her usual health on saturday even but about eleven Stetter heard moans and heavy breath ing issuing from the bed chamber of his sister and on going in to ascertain the found her unable to get to he assisted her and wanted to dispatch for a doctor but she insisted that there was no use and shortly at the time above mentioned she breathed Ber the deceased was born on her fathers farm in Dauphin sixteen Miles East of january 1811 being therefore at time of 8 years and 6 Days of from 1833 up until several years ago her Home was in warriors Mark she wad a Christian All through a Loving tender Mother and True her Many friends will indeed Grieve for her presence among to mourn their loss she loaves two Henry of this place and Jerry of Altoona also one brother had four who Are David and Rosa Tia of this place Susan of Tyrone Mary of Centre and Martha of warriors Mark the funeral services were held in the United Brethren Church tue morning at 10 Oclock being conducted by her pastor Ter Eufe followed in Tyrone cemetery use tiptoe rained Only by death of William William Edwin of was born november and died january at the age of 39 2 months and 28 his ill Ness began with a severe attack of la Grippe about three weeks ago which rapidly developed into pneumonia fur ther complicated by an Alcesa which formed on his right despite the Best of care by physician and Loving the dread maladies Accorne listed their fatal and at half past twelve Oclock Friday noon the suf Ferer found Blair was the place of birth of the subject of this most of his life however had left in and near Tyrone where he was widely for Nineteen years he had engaged As Telegraph opera Tor for a Pennsylvania and during the past seventeen years he had charge of the Oslica at Vail station on the Tyrone it was largely through his efforts that the Village of Vail has had the growth lately which entitled it to a and two yogis on the establishment of the office there Hamer was appointed Post master in which capacity he continued until a few weeks during the entire time of his residence at Vail he was Tho correspondent to the her ald from that and under the name of duplex to wrote Many interesting letters to this in which the local news of upper Bald Eagle Valley was faithfully he was a Orient and intelligent writer and his Vail vap rings and Phoenix Park were always readable and in the Herald sincerely re Grets the departure of an Early and faithful who wis deeply interested in the growth and Prosperity of this Humer was a Mem Ber of the methodist Church and for several years had been very Active in sunday school the deceased on May 18s1 he was United to miss Maggie Blanche who died april leaving two who still Oscar Bailey and Russell lie was married to miss Blanche who with two Hildren born to this Are left to mourn the loss of a husband and fathers these children Are Sara Lillias and William the deceased is Ilso survived by his Han and one Jennie both of the funeral will take place at three clock sunday afternoon from the res Dence of Dallas and the services will be con ducted by William Brill and interment in Tyrone the broken miss Biddie Mclaughlin died very Adderly at Bellefonte last thursday she was a seamstress and t the time of her death she was employed at the Home of Ach the Young lady had been ill or several weeks until monday of last week when she again went to work and was apparently in Good on thursday afternoon while she was Achenbach entered the and asked miss Mclaughlin if the was not to which that Young Ady replied no i feel very then Achenbach spoke about some to who was passing on the i wonder where he is said miss she had just finished the garment on which she was working and lifted both breaking the the thread miss Mclaughlin s arms fell to her Side and her head Tell at first ache Bacu thought she my fainted and applied water Aud Cam then she thought it was a jut with a few gasps for breath the earthly life almost As quickly As thread had did the broken thread symbolize the breaking of the thread of Tho Young Ladys life miss Mcl Aureliu was an excellent Young highly respected by All who new and was aged Only Ive she was a sister of Jyril and sister inlaw of Jolt of held Fob John Homos arrested for placing Ait other minis name on a for several months past the Tyrone milling company in which j Himes and who came Here from were the have con ducted their business As wholesale Deal ers in Grain and feed in the Mill Huilt for them adjoining Beyer gos planing on notice was Given by Robley that the part Norship had been dissolved by Mutual consent on january and that he had retired from the the senior Mem Ber of the former firm is now at his boarding House suffering from injuries mysteriously and under police Tho result of a forgery which to perpetrated some time in july last Himes offered his per Sonal note for to cashier d kiss pfc Tiu first National on which he desired to secure the the note bore the As of a wealthy resident of a and As the genuineness of the signature was not the Cash was promptly paid to res signature forgery on becoming was renewed by and the forged endorse ment was in fact the note and the forgery were renewed two or three last week tuesday cashier Kloss Learned that Rex had not signed Liis name to the note acc and he proceeded at once to take action the a warrant was issuer against Linus for and he was searched for on tuesday but could not be on wednesday morning How Ever he appeared at his boarding apparently suffering he had spent the night at his and de Attiat he had been injured by a fall on the icy pavement on Blair Street the night had managed to get to the then found himself unable to go to his boarding he was seriously injured and has since been confined to his room under tie physicians wednesday Hirnes was placed under and since that time he has been under constant police his Story of the manner in which he was Hurt is not it is thought that he had foreseen on tuesday that his sin would find him out in Trie Endeavor to escape the lie probably attempted to Board a train on tuesday and was thrown therefrom in some this is a More Likely explanation of his and is most generally he is improving in condition and his Hurt is not so serious As iras at Erst sheriff Hughes was in town wednes Day and cashier Klosa secured an attachment for his Bank against the Mill property of the the Bank is thus fully secured against pecuniary is always courteous and obliging to his customers and is Ever ready to accommodate patrons to the fullest extent consistent with Safe banking but with evil doers he is just As and once a miscreant attempts to secure unlawful advantage of his that offender is sure to be visited with the fullest penalty for his the forgery is plainly evident and Himes will receive his punishment for the qom had apparently been doing a paying business since establishing Here Himes had been the business Man Ager Aud had a Good reputation and Redit in Lobley is a gentleman of integrity who retired from association with his Ner at the Lattera demand a few it is Likely that Himes no intention to defraud when to committed the but unwisely did the act with the intention of ing the amount Good without his unlawful moans of raising the Money being Ciu ight Between brakeman on through Coal train on the Bald Eagle Valley met with a painful Accident Friday afternoon at half past two while in the discharge of his of the trip from lock Haven to he was making a coupling at when his right hand was caught Between the bumpers and badly three lugers and the Fleshy part of the hand were severely but fortunately amputation was not of sewed up the whose Home is in East will be in capacitated for work for some time on account of the Nuite Zephyr Tiauw learn again Faun the Spring Riding habit will be of Tan Days had Corn caught in a ice quite a thrilling Accident occurred in he Juniata River on thursday near a Young miss aria who teaches the Granville boards at her fathers on the opposite Side of the River and has to Ross Over in a on thursday morning1 a the River was Frozen her Brothers undertook to Cut a Hannel through the ice sufficient to let he boat and rowed their boat safely through the Channel before Tak no sister after they All got n the boat and had almost reached the Middle of the the ice gave Way Bove and coming together threw them ill out on the broken ice Aud the boat was carried by the current under the 36 and has not been seen for be hour and a half miss Ada and her we Brothers were kept in this critical Onditi Ori standing on broken pieces of be that were constantly giving Way under their their and Mother stood on the but were lower Leas to respond to their piteous Ries or time and again one of h Brothers fell through into the water jut still managed to get on another Ilece of finally a neighbor Suc needed in getting a boat through the broken ice and rescued All of but lot until they almost perished with wet and these Young people think his was the longest hour and a half hat they Ever but they Are thank us Tley escaped from a watery Huntingdon local wadded Kilty years on january Joseph Wagner and miss Kate Myers were United in after fifty years of Happy life together buy celebrated their Golden wedding wednesday at their Home at Piney Blair and in Honor of Tho memorable occasion the Large families which they have reared Anc whose members have in turned themselves with other families gathered under the parental of the sixteen children born to and eleven and Al but one of of Oklahoma were present at yesterdays reunion b of is i daughter of the worthy old and and Wertz Ami their fun Irvil were present tit the to the aged the which has Long been a regular visitor to the wishes Many More years of Hupp Aud peaceful the last Assembly of w handlers dancing class took place i pruners Arvada wednesday evening use Tipton Coal Only by k a remarkable from the Lancaster Era Samuel an eight year old son of Al Bert residing on the Lancaser Aud Manheim a mile Aud i half from East is a most unfortunate Little for his Bones Are of so Brittle a character that they break at every although so Young broken his leg no less than seven the b nes appearing almost As Brittle As at the age of two and i half years the left leg was fractured by a and when four years old a fall broke the right at the age of six he right leg was again for and Tive Days after leaving the this in urn having been he again fell and the same leg was again but n another five months later came another and again the right leg was four weeks ago he fell again while on the Way to the barn with his and again was the poor right leg a couple of Days ago he Lef Bybia the fractured Bone my aug knit and while Iov no supporting himself by hold a he went Down and for seventh time a leg was this time the left one for a change of s the family and he says it is the most remarkable Case of the kind that Las Ever come under his a former Tyrone lady Margaret wife of William Stoke who was some years ago a member of the firm of Elliot q the lumber business in died wednesday at her residence in surviving her Are her four and two one brother and one Stoke was a lady of estimable qualities whose departure will be mourned by a Large Circle of she was a member of the second presbyterian Church of the funeral took place from the ate residence of the deceased at two Oclock saturday interment n Otic Ridge the last if your Mother should wish to give each one an equal amount of and there should be eight in the How Many pieces would she Cut h now each piece would be on eighth of the whole re member Les suppose each piece were Cut what would result v smart and if Cuta Gainy boy t h i it seconds now suppose we should Cut each of the thirty two pieces what would result Little Good that tar Tel fee aug in the a remedy for tender feet is cold water about two two tablespoonfuls of one tablespoonful of Bay sit witty the feet immersed for ten gently throwing the water Over the limbs upward to the then rub dry with a Brash Towel and All the tired feeling is h can parents be compelled to Clyttie their children if Why do our constables allow children to run half clotted and barefooted such eras during the past few Days f for proof of the let them go Down on South Logan tic Uius Hurt bosc v happenings there and everywhere briefly recorded by oar the finest furniture is now made of damask raisins Are cheap and elegant swe people full pillows with strips of writers Are moving for reduced Post age rates on the new Silver coins Are very but they wont buy any More than the special meetings Are being held every night in the Bir Midgham presbyterian the Touti was billed this morning for the appearance of the Witch next monday the Battle is not always to the said the judge As he awarded the butter Premium at a country Arthur of will preach in the presbyterian thursday evening at the meeting of the Young mens Republican league will be on Friday evening of this february of East Ridge is confined to the House with the grip and her daughter Meritie i3 also suffer ing with the same services Are being held each evening in the presbyterian Church this the services in the methodist Church Are still increasing in it is with pleasure that announce the improvement the condition of Jefferson who thinks he will be Able to come Down stairs in a Day or Joseph Ammerman is rallying from his stroke of which he suffered last sunday morning while attending divine service in the first methodist no stranger should leave the Ity a Box ask Bis carers h finish the it is a to one that the audience i giving the name f a Well known this Emle Mau started in business a few ears ago with two leading ideas Nutly in mind to make strictly Erst laps to Tell the Public that he Arl he has not used Large and his line an for Hie purpose that would not have been the est Way but he persistently and con duo ugly hammered out the statement Bat no stranger should leave Towa without a Box of his his ame and personality Are associated the Candy business in that City m o others the illustration suggests three Points matter should be Plain in composition it should the in in Quality of the and it Puld be Coati used indefinitely in use of course the plan referred to in the John Jones and family wish to extend through the columns of this to those who so kindly befriended them during their sad be the receipts of the Tyrone Post office for the month of just were As Tuat for the corresponding month last year v in crease of is located for a few Days in the room occupied by Jacob until his new office on the site of his former shall be tyrones Borough Council performed a gracious act on monday evening when they decided to join hands with East Tyrone in accomplishing the Consolida Tion of the two William Diflo and formerly of Tyrone and now residents of Youngs have been severely afflicted with la the children Are now improving but Aud Diflo Are still quite the seats for the Academy of music Are being put together and placed in position and soon everything will by in readiness for the appearance of the tickets for which Are Selling on tuesday january at the son age of the presbyterian the United in marriage miss Mary Krebs and Louis both of they have already taken up housekeeping in this we extend congratulations and Hopes for future happiness and pros Kevel say anything mean about a Man simply because you do not like he May have enough Good qualities about him that you do not know to More than redeem All the bad and then we Are Only Here a Little while few Short when the clods rattle on the coffin lid of the dust you have you will feel ashamed of or ought and wish you Jad worn a medal All your it is easy to secure a divorce in and a a local paper people in adjoining states Are beginning to appreciate the six Nontha con statues a Legal and some county seats in the state Are so Remote and excluded that actions Are never heard of until after they Are decided it is As easy to tie As to unite the matrimonial knot in to License is required and few questions Are it would be a Good idea the Resi debts of that portion of the Borough lying Between Stony Point Aud was recently annexed to Tyron to commence the laying o pavements in front of their residences and tue proper Borough authorities t see that suitable Crossings Are placed ii there is at present scarce a stun of a Board walk in that Portnoi of and anyone wishing to Vlasi anyone of those houses has to wad through mud ankle we Kuhn whereof we for to went throng the experience one mans if one were to stand in j fair sized audience in this country sex better adapted to paid Nailer in the form of readers display in mercantile advertising where dig Lay is used it is Well to make one advertisement have relation to another which is to having secured attention of a Render for his a Oun Cement the advertiser can cacti in for the next by a line inviting Par ocular notice which will the ame paper the next Clay or the next As the Case May thes Lidyof methods is one which very advertiser can make very profit newspaper advertising is a Loeb Ity for the Good business anti Days him Well but he can multiply its return by using his space with energie mid Republican committee the meeting of the Republican Lunty committee at Hollidaysburg saturday Rooming was largely Templeton and Waite were pres it from the committee decided that convention for naming delegates to the state convention and the Choice for Congress und state should be held tuesday March 22 at Altoona the primaries for choosing delegates to the convention will be held March the convention for the nomination of candidates for county was Sal or May at he primaries to be held Tho previous at these us to a Resolution adopted this Moro the voters will express their frences for United states soft his expression will instruct the Blair county assemblymen How they shall ote in the legislative a influential citizen George a very prominent and the leading citizen of Huston died surrounded by his of thursday aged 50 years and or at the recent sessions of the Blair county at which he was it attendance As a grand he Wae attacked by la and on wednes Day was when he returned to Lis Home and took his the in from the deceased was married to Stancy sister of of Louring and this he is t Iso survived by Tea Tho remains were conveyed to their Hist resting place saturday morning at nine a Good in Home parts of the state adopting the system of planting along the the kind selected Aein the mul Berry and the Rural High ways of Continental highways Are lined with fruit the custom having been in Vogue there for centuries and Haa always been regarded As a religious duty for the Benefit of the it could be adopted in the United especially As Benefit for Ani Mals As Well As men the Shade during the heat of summer when heavy haul ing is done on the Tho social of the worlds a future letter to be received by 9 Chicago woman my dear please do not think that because Yean have elapsed since you heard that i have forgotten for i assure you that 1 have the children often speak of you and although they have never seen still you Are dear to we Are coming to worlds my dear and stay with you the whole Welchs new adjoining the old fellow looks very handsome since rec Ieving a new coat of use Tipton mined Only by k

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