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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - February 07, 1895, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaTone by 0 s w Jones Tibone a the spay february 71895 Twenty eighth year capita Chat Hows f 0m own correspondent Noton feb 4 199 when of Montana took h of the democratic mar it of the disappeared let us Tope never to come Back again the item consists of 86 m Myers Ocrant 38 republicans and 5 popu Republican senators Wyoming and Washington take to bar seats the Senate will be f us for the fi8ltiueforseveralyear8ad45wilbe a Rity the Only change made by the accessions to the Senate d Fri from a As will he the Silver men who already had a major u answer u appeals which to them to join bands administration Aud Paw a Bill several Republican Senave made a careful canvass of the Aud the result is that 47 senators Are to the free coinage of Silver Aud i Amstut the tree coinage men 49 votes when the Washington Aud Wyoming senators arrive Tere is a Bitch in the adm Nistra program for the Issue of new Bonds while it is Given out that the is waiting to see if Cou inst vill act up or Cleveland recommendation it is Well that the delay has been caused by the demands of the capitalists who Aie expected to subscribe Tor the Bonds Omideis have been issued to the Bureau f engraving and printing to print 000000 of 4 per cent thirty year u us authorized by the specie resumption act of 1876 but what amount will issued is not yet known m i Seveland is said to Lavor advert pm for Olds specified amount and accepting All satisfactory but the Cabinet is understood to be divided on that idea the question my be titled atthe Cabinet meeting held tomorrow 1 a rough the instrumentality of Ben Ater Sefiye of Maine and Dubois of and Gailinger of new Hampshire have resumed am in Toie relations with each other much to of their Republican colleagues previous to their reconcile Iatrou the two senators had not spoken to 10 her for some years it the generally accepted version of the cause of the resignation of solicitor general Maxwell that he resented Zeinu censured by attorney general Olney for having consented to getting the Case involving the constitutionality of the income tax advanced by the preme court be True the attorney generals resignation ought to quickly follow the people do not understand that it is the duty of the department of Justice to throw obstacles in the Way f getting speedy decisions up Auy question involving constitutionality Law whenever the attorney general skill be afraid that the decision will in Pijue ins political party on the contrary they expect As they have a right to that this department shall As the it vim Umi Emu the Johnstown Tribune of Friday afternoon Isaac who came to this City a Tew Days from Tyrone to bankrupt clothing in the truth building Oti Clinton Street and who opened Bis store yesterday without taking out a License after being notified by mayor Boyd that be worm have to pay for the License to Cit control Ler John j Brown was before Honor a 2 Oclock this afternoon at the Central police station for failing to follow the mayors advice the Tribune goes on to state that bobbins claimed to have been told by a select councilman that if he would pay for the services of a certain at Torney and to the City he would be saved atthe hearing it was denied that any such information had been Given bobbins Robbins had in the mean time applied to the City con troller for a License for three months but it was refused on account of the ordinance requiring it to be taken out for one year tie statements of Rob bins and two of his clerks Max John son and David w Roberts conflicted considerably during the hear him another councilman testified that bobbins approached him and the mayor on monday Aud wanted to know Oor Acil our Era How much the City would charge him for h License for a brass band open ii it he was told it would Cost ii and the expense of the band was fled 125 and costs the want tag bankrupt clothing to Council met in regular Warion monday evening the members present being and messes Sausser Haagen love Morris Waple Daughenbaugh Stonebraker Beyer Aud Moore or Owens of ordinance committee presented an ordinance providing for a License fee for transient retail dealers on motion of or Morris the License fee was made from to a month in the discretion of the Burgess with the sum thus fixed on Union of or Beyer or Owens also offered an ordinance pro Viding for the widening of tenth Street so As to prevent encroachment upon the pavements the ordinance was held Over for fun consideration i Sausser of police committee recommended that Lour Iron cells be purchased and that the lockup be transferred to the West front room of he Public building action was taken upon the recommendation or Haagen stated that the Highway committee had been Busy the past month providing Tor the shovelling of Snow or love of the finance com Mittee reported a balance of in the Treasury the imports of the Bur Ness Street commissioner and tax col Lector were read Bills were received and orders granted As follows but Day Rev b h Gilbert pastor of tie first m a Church announced committee to secure entertainment of tin members of the Octal Penn Sylvania conference who an to con in the 27th annual session March 1819 following is the com Mittee for Belmont Jefferson and Cainero avenues mrs f b War Iuit and miss Helen Eckley Lincoln venue Bliss Ella Scott Aud miss May f Washington Avenue miss mane miss Margaret Waite n Washington Avenue miss Margaret Irwin and miss Mary copelin Logan Avenue mrs Ogle Burley and mrs Frank Guyer Pennsylvania Avenue mrs w f Taylor and mis Isabel Vanscoyoc Blair and Bald Eagle ave Nues mrs Hannah Moore and mrs de Biddle tenth Street mrs or acid mrs j a study eleventh Street miss Etta Taylor Aud miss Etta Bell twelfth Street miss Owens and miss Bertha Scott thirteenth and fourteenth streets mrs w Walton and mrs w warns fifteenth and sixteenth streets mrs Crawford Aud mrs j w Bookha Aier w fifteenth Street mrs s b Beyer the conference will number about 285 including general conference off cers it is hoped that a Hearty and generous response will be and that the committees will ready to make their report by thursday evening health offic ibs a Ket Tioff of local Bond of health tags dts a Violag a Vular meeting of Board of health was hid tuesday with Newrn Harris Appleby and Beyer a mounting to m All Aud was also acquired to the License Robt Nus and his associates seem to be having a pretty rough time of it at Johnstown they didst fare so badly in Tyrone but by the time the next itinerant bankrupt clothing merchant r other person of the same stamp comes along there will doubtless be an Ordin Ance on the Borough statute to meet the Case and if they persist in staying they will be compelled to assist paying Borough expenses As Well As resident merchants tie owner Fuu nil the owner turned up Aud the cat that pretty Black and White now of its proper Home and abode its Date solicitor general did use All due Diligence to expedite such decisions re grit Lessof effector feared effect to carry out the attorney generals ideas would be an attempt by the executive Branch of the government to encroach upon the prerogatives of the judicial Branch the failure of its numerous recent attempts to control the legislative Branch should be warning enough the most disgraceful personal encounter of the present Only one in that in which two of by and heard of the principals there would have been a regular rough and Tumble fight on the Loor of the House had nobody interfered the epithets liar and contemptible scoundrel we e exchanged and then As usual apologies were offered and the House save its consent to striking the whole business from the record the House will this week decide what shall be done with the Cleveland Gold Bond Bill the committee on rules having decided to report an order set Ting aside tuesday wednesday and thursday for its consideration if this order is adopted by the House the final tote will be taken next thursday but there Seema a probability no with owner like several Hundred other Good citizens of Tyrone takes the daily her uld to super with him and mixes much of its contents his evening meal its Ervema relish Sharpens the Appe Tite and flanks doctor Bills because Good eater Hast much use for a physician you know during his Munch ing wednesday the attention of the citizen was attracted by i cat notice that the paper contained he hastily ran about half through the article Bis serves twitching Aud jumping As he read until finally he threw Down the paper grabbed his Bat and never knew another thiner till he landed almost Pell Rnell in the Home of Jones Bell three or four squares away in answer to a Piea saut greeting and a bidding to be seated he do or say a thing but cat cat my Tom of course the entire situation was at once comprehended and the one with spot in its forehead Lucei 438 Sylvester Ermine 1 Bker Winskey 5288 j 1 we Derman 400 of Tismis fire co 2500 Neptune fire co 2500 1 Luden Henry 1660 Harry wands 4000 Home electric it co 36709 w m Snyder 5000 Harry Miller 4000 mrs t Ermine 1 00 2000 the Bills the Tyrone Gas water co Woodbine Lingle Januies Hev Erly and a v Davis were referred to committees for adjustment of motion the Street commissioner will be instructed to have the Snow re moved from the roof of the Public build ice Council adjourned school Board meeting All the members present at the meeting of school Board last monday eve Init after the Reading of tin the chairmen of the various reported Progress deed Iro Tii w g Waring for school lot in twist Ward was presented Aud on motion of or Lowrie it was ordered that the or gospel Harmony n uen a my to j fan Joje be Shep Clr pros Mug k Sla nil a 12 John Tom John do Mir Mir clean no jul Frig Suin pitl no to Mhz finn dem be 1ur Pittl mat Imp sub Sab sea 12 mount dem sign Kin to Ali slay sow t ire Tare Lake dem mat Juohn no i4al Gal her Ket walk break Han n e k fee 81 Blyn con pie to this Tran Dempre tax is lab worn Light ii Al Sev Sam Beli Clay Neil 1ray Pray Sab few Dunn True Loit Stow Faith it Ila Epi i Irby in Clil Chi it Icli the Breth our Zach Poun Beth Beth Fig Wihs two Wick Wick mar 3 quest to mile greek in in Tern Jer Var j u prep Pas do be su1 Wash we sup pre fare Ueth year an cat on juju i her i de piled Cru Cru mock Moth dark Voll burglar of worn Jolin maj worn guar pet lot Houi Thorn Gal mount Fin hallelujah notice that Hie syllable which ends a line the next commit the whole to memory it can be done others do it and explain it too recitations every Friday night at Baptist Church d c Taylor Leader Charity u needed word comes to us from a reliable source that there Are at least a in destitute circumstances in Vij health officer wands reported that the Only communicable disease in town is Measels of which Are several eases at present the question As to whether hog pens should be allowed in the Borough was again taken up and discussed it was the sense of the members present that no person should be allowed to keep hogs or pins within the Borough without taking out a per Mit for so doings As to Brinz the mat Ter More under the control of the Board and health officer on motion of or Beyer on and after april 11895 All persons desiring to keep or pigs within the Borough will be required to have a permit from the boarding pay a Tew of 25 cents to reach permit and that said permit shall be in accordance with Secio s 1 and 16 of ordinance no 82 a letter from Reuben Sminie was read requesting permission to Slaughter cattle on South Side of Alley in rear of East tenth Street Secretary Taylor was instructed to notify or Muich that the Board will not allow any More Slaughter houses to lie a Jated or maintained within the Boron huh on motion it was ordered that All per sons slaughtering animals within the Borough limits will hereafter in required to take out a permit for name one year to take effect april 1 1895 Aud that sections 34 and 5 Ofuji Drinane 82 be strictly enforced and that the fee for said permit shall be for one year of motion of or Beyer the printing of 500 notices to schools of any communicable diseases existing authorized probably no Puoti that so much in the Way of slant swing and other things of general interest m d c apart from being the Naums capital the magnificent ii it buildings beautifully plan it was cold but t eight eau of the ladies aids Solety of the Onsby Terian Church formed a merry party Over to tie inhospitable Public Parks and the country throng which one passes in journeying to Washington would make the trip an Ideal one with the object in View of allowing every one to visit Washington at a very reasonable outlay the Pennsylvania Railroad company has arranged for a Swiss of excursions to that City Onifer Warvel March 21 and april 11 1895 excursion tickets Good within ten Day Sand permitting of Stopover in Baltimore in either direction within limit will be sold at rates quoted below Good for use on Dales above named on ail trains except the Pennsylvania limited special train of parlor and Day conches will be run on the following schedule train lenses rate Pii Isburg 805 a 01 00 1022 7 35 11 12 7 so 10jo 7 35 11 10 7 85 735 lhlwood1207 735 bellefonte10 34 a m 7 35 ritmrfle9os 7 35 philipshurtf1041 725 onteola1050 7 25 Tyrone 1227pm 725 iluniingdon12 of 665 9 50 a m 665 Union 1 to p m 6 30 135 595 lev town june 150 660 Mifflin 210 5 24 p u Koyal 214 5 15 241 460 4 20 Washinnton a 745 for dinner passengers from Branch Points dear intr to take the special train will use the following trains Smith Wesr Branch train no 101 to Ludiana Branch Indiana i 82 to Blairsville Side or immediately outside the Bor title us submitted be examined and if Ough limits who Are not being cared for found Correct and free from inc Mchurch organizations and individual have in Many instances been rendering help to those who can not now help Nuu Teof or and mrs de Keatley a Huntingdon Furnace tuesday an rally Start was effected Audibe Landina Titre of the return trip was1fcade in i lie veiling livery Man Aud one Sleigh i action j ust Here it m Iff Hiba remarked Bat if the Driver of team could hear All the compliments showered upon him behind Dack to one of the most care Ful driven Fiu existence he would Blush from the top 6f Bis head to the ends of his toe nails ii was a pretty hard crowd to pump but we managed to get the information that they had a Royal Good time Chicken Lead in the spread at noon but i Here was lots of other palatable dishes of which the ladies partook Jii sufficient intersection Martinsburg Aud Holli train no 412 to Akona from Bedford train no 4 to Huntingdon return Couo Osgood on Ris Gular train within the limit except the Pennsy Ivan a i m i Ted tickers on Sale in Pitis Birg at Union ticket office fifth Avenue and cum afield Street and Union station immediately produced thet ii Rance an order be drawn on the treasurer for the consideration Money treasurer Klosa report was read As follows and ordered on file 7 23 rectal Tutora Jones co1f 1198 61 to Ecol Joni Mck Nuey col 61 total1585189 orders paid100341 feb 4 sluicing everybody sat Down Aud after afew minutes pleasant Couve sati n the owner of the animal toted the feline Home where the meal so abruptly abandoned a Short time before was finished and it is not necessary to say highly enjoyed for the return of the sleek Pel caused great Joy and ecstasy in the household by Way of diversion it maj vol be out of place Here to remark that if it is Content Saed to Iive a Cut show for the Benefit of a Tyrone Church any other Good object any Tyrne in the near future one of the Best draw him animals of the feline tribe May be Bor rowed from a Wesley Beyer the proper Bond is d by executed for the Safe return of the cat at the conclusion of the entertainment pm 7 glance1114678 Recd Iron Jones col 67 Sefc 4 balance on 30 the Board decided hereafter to Giau no orders for Bills presented unless approved by the chairmen of the com Mittee authorizing the account avoid delay therefore All Bills for sup pipes should be presented to John u Tiller chairman of the Supply com Littee and those having to do with the property should be presented t t shirk chairman the real estate committee and they should he presented three Days before the meeting occurs which is held the list monday Toilette for May Csc of the fashion magazines published in America none give such value for the Money As Toilette March edition of which is now to hand this number consists of 32 pages of elegant half tone engravings which furnish 190 illustrations of the new Spring styles that the month will see in use the designs Are not Only original having been special standing the extraordinary efforts of prepared for this Magazine by the Best the administration to prevent it that l j the order May meet the same Fate As the order for the consideration of the Carlisle currency rejected by the House so far As the final result is concerned it does not make the slight est difference what disposition the Blouse makes of either the order or the Bill As the latter cannot possibly get reported to the Senate even should it the House the House sent the Reilly Paciuc Railroad funding Bill Back to committee by a vote of 177 to 106 opponents of the Bill say that instead of making votes against it the circulars sent to Washington by mayor Sutro of san Francisco charging the Huntington lobby with buying votes for made for the Bill artists but they a e the most approved and the Best from the workrooms of Worth Felix Ting at Mayer vet Mounet and other distinguished French Modister who determine the fashions of the world among its illustrations Are Spring Toilette in great variety Chil Drens costumes represented by 40 models corsages Ball reception at Home and evening dresses incur nine toilets bridal costumes Tea gowns Etc a striking feature of this number Are the elegant sleeves which be Token immense improvement in this department of dressmaking As a Magazine of fashion for Home use there is none the equal of Toi lotto of each Bionto failing to do i his will subject the Bills to beheld Over for one month a requisitions by superintendent Kauffman for 260 drawing books was approved to avoid any break in the remaining four Mouths of the school term a motion by or shirk was adopted providing that no Holiday be observed until memorial Day May 30bills were read and on motion of or shirk orders granted so far As the accounts had been approved As follows Tyrone Gas water 10 Grazier Bros Stine 40 a v Davis 550 brou781 Isaac Crawford co 789 citizens fire co 606 we co 3865 Franciscus hardware 52 e j Pruner 2500 of Wooding 525 Tyrone fuel Supply co 2 30 James Oreiley 2500 j k Bottorf a co 315 am wooden co 630 Mackey print paper co 2 50 Prang Enco 06 Jah Offman 2ji6 of copelin 217 Are you about to lease a property themselves on account of Lack of employment sokness Etc but there Are cases that cannot be reached Aud prop Erly cared for according to the information furnished us without some general plan for reaching them being adopted the Winter is just now very severe and those who have nothing with which to buy Coal and other necessities should not be allowed to suffer while others have plenty and to spare Tyrone fortunately has perhaps a smaller per cent Are of people who Are in needy circumstances than Many Ottar towns but the poor and very poor we have with us and should be looked after l is not Likely that there will be any necessity for raising a Large sum of Money to meet emergency cases but some Thinz should he done to Supply what now or May be needed and the plan adopted should be such that would make the draft upon our people As uni form As possible the plan adopted last year was a successful one and if repeated now would meet All cases that May now exist or Are Likely to develop during the remainder of the Winter Quantity atone sitting to spoil their appetites for supper the falling of a Xaiv Jwuc Itu Uller in Cikic pop vile i secure the proper form of lease at the the Herald office i Herald ounce hand ludic James c inn str employed As a car Catcher at the Scales in the Railroad Yard was monday Hurt pretty severely by having his right hand caught be tween the break wheel of a ear and a Load of lumber which was forced from another bythe two cars sudden coming together the hand and fingers were badly bruised and cat and the Small Finger and the one next to it were broken or Gem Mill was called Aud horse hitched to a sled which they met just out of town caused the elderly girls to hop out of their vehicle Bieh act was repeated near account of the sled sticking in Thi Snow and again a like performance was enacted near their Laid big at the other end of the route they were Well fixed for the cold Day that it was hot bricks hot water bags and such like Comfort providers were on hand in plentiful abundance As Well As a double Quantity of shawls great Coats blankets Robes Etc that crowd of ladies prefer com fort and Good health every time to Luw Cut dresses and particularly in Zero weather like the atmosphere that prevailed yesterday the Yare profuse in favourable remarks concerning their entertainment at the Keatly Home the program didst All consist of dinner we Are not informed As to whether they danced but if they did and we knew it they be churched of account of the Herald giving them Sway that they could count of they had a big time and the members of the society whose names Are not in the list that follows missed one of the Best chances of their lives to have fun m is Mccamant mis Gemmill mrs a flyers mrs study mrs Wilson mrs Hiltner mrs Mclanahan mrs mrs Fisher mrs Harklerode mrs Reed Fui information apply to Thomas e Watt passenger agent Western District 110 fifth Avenue Pittsburg Gorgu Plowden came to the pm Cut Park Avenue to the front again sat urday last zip Casteri an italian boy and another lad contracted with a Tyrone merchant for the distribution of a lot of band Bills and striking West Tyrone on their rounds zip Washington Avenue while his Comrade took the notorious thoroughfare known As Park Avenue things went along nicely until the boy of Park Avenue arrived near the Fineberg Home when a kid belonging to that household hit the Bill passer with a piece of ice the lat Tei making a feint As if to punish the kid for his conduct the Little fellow ran into the House Yelling at the top of Bis voice when out came mrs Fineberg in a rage the Bill liver taking to his up seven Ali Street the woman gave mrs Schroder Black mrs Shu Man mrs Bell mrs Caldwell Leffand miss Crawford miss it salts the people to what druggists say because they Hie tired of the Many bitter cough Rem rendered the necessary surgical Aid Edies pan Tina is most pleasant y weeks while braking on the Moun Tain local freight about a year ago or Hunter was rolled Between a building Aud a moving car at Philipsburg and very seriously injured from this Hurt he was Laid up for a Long time the new store room in the Berlin Block on tenth Street will be Ocon Pill about March let by miss Lizzie Closkey with a full line of ladies and childrens furnishing incubator and Brooder for Sale cheap apply at Keystone tie season for leasing properties is at hand you can buy House leases at the Herald office Chase and upon arriving at Washington Avenue where zip was standing wait ing on his associate she with her fingers Bent after the fashion of claws grab bed the italian in the face and inflicted various scratches and wounds zip hauled Back and planted the woman one in the face with his Glove covered hand and landed Ber in the Snow where she Lay and howled at the top of her voice that she was killed Gussie Plowden who Hap Penedo be near hurried to the spot and threatening to Pound zip till his f Nee was As Black is his own tenderly gathered the prostrated woman up and aided her in getting a Start toward Home where she landed a couple minutes later not much worse of the bout she Hud with the italian but doubtless highly gratified that an import Unity had been Given her to kick up another sensation Gussie the italian for a minute or two then Dis appeared and the boys went on their Way passing Bills it is said that Young Italy has it in f or the Fineburg kid and Pommel the youngster every Opportunity he gets and that was Why the women was so eager to reach out and scratch zip in the face pan Tina is Holmes drug store sold at w h intelligent Active Man or lady to travel for reliable Hauae with expenses paid go teary advancement for faithful and Success Ful work refer enc enclose self addressed stamped envelope Secretary lock drawer p a Man or lady manager is needed in each locality to superintend distribution of our Fine picture cards and circulars Pleasnt position pays Well Send Loc to the Sylvan co 72g Wood ave Detroit Mich for samples the Sod Doest Shine saturday mornings Huntingdon local news contained this prophecy ground hog Day he will not see his Shadow owing to delay in securing the motors on change from the present rates will take place until april 1 in either the present contract or the meter rates but that commencing april 1 we will Nate Al 1 our meters in and will fax a rate that will be equitable both to the consumer and to the s Blair Leo h Garner soap Aud Reo etre offer to for hot Jse Witt the Jot Herald of Floe

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