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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania N i of february Twenty fifth a by Umant Kobert of Hen Ami miss Belle my Willlams happily United in at the residence of the brides parents Ami at seven Oclock wednesday March on party took the Armentrout presbyterian Hollor the very estimable wife of John a Hiller died at her Home on main Street sunday morning at about four it being the Date of her after a lingering illness with heart the deceased was born at february and was in consequence 65 years of age at the time of she came to America in and settled in on May she was United in marriage to John and on april she with her husband removed to where they have since two sons and one daughter their Mother to the to mourn their Are Tui three and two the Heartfelt sym l the pleasant ceremony took place uniting in nuptial Bonds Robert of Bailey and miss Belle about ninety guests were present and occasion was one of pleasure at the appointed hour mass Eva of the wedding and the bridal when pastor of the Graysville Church of Quiaud in Tiff the bridesmaids were mrs Mary of and miss Ujj daughter Nora of and the j an Groom Ien were of Tyr of the entire the and George me of Grays daughters Wilhelmina and Henri after the formalities of the occasion were completed and the Happy couple had received showers of congratulations from their assembled All sat Down to a feast to which ample Justice was to Bearty was was treated to a Carat Pumpian serenade during the course of the in the Way of gifts the contracting Young people1 were the recipients of tokens both numerous and a Beautiful Diamond ring was presented by the Groom to the thursday morning and amidst a Shower of old and All those other articles which Well wishing superstitious friends Usu ally collect for use on such left for a weeks honeymoon tour to on their return they will reside at Baileyville where the Groom is manager of Goheen Brothers general and Goheen Are excellent Young people who deserve Rich happiness Aud Prosperity in their life that they Niay enjoy Long and fully these blessings s the ardent wish of the Herald and their Large c role of who make their Home with their and John of fort Indiana the son Wil Liam who also makes his Home with his parents the Brothers Jacob of and m Nicholas of she was a True Christian lady and for Many years was a faithful member f the first English lutheran she will indeed be missed from our especially from the fireside which by her pleasant manner and Loving nature was always so Bright and the re Mains were taken to the English lutheran Church tuesday afternoon at where the bean conducted Tho fun eral the interment was made in Tyrone Dill a dispatch from Clearfield to this comings Altoona under of febuary says common wealth rested its Case in the Dill trial Oday and judge Orvis opened for the he said the defense would How that the first National Bank of Clearfield assumed the business of the Caledonia lumber company in order to save a claim of due that Bank rom John and that As the banking Laws forbid Banks engaging in Rich the directors author Zed Dill to carry on the business in his when the june flood of 1889 swept so much lumber away a great loss was sustained and the business has been i losing one when Dill took charge at fro time to time in transferred the depositors Money to the Clear Leld Bank and used it to sus Tain the credit of the first National although it was credited to his individual judge Orvis says Money due waa owing from the first National and not from Dill Dill was placed on the stand and testified to the above the conclusion of the testimony judge Mayer look the Case from the jury and ruled that the first National Bank was responsible for the amount of the draft and directed the jury to bring in tiie verdict of not guilty but pay the Dill was the order granting Dills discharge from the charges of embezzlement preferred by receiver Beyer Way also the fatality John one of our very much respected coloured departed this life at his Home above Lincoln saturday evening last at half past four of la after a severe illness of but a Short he was born in slavery at miss february being there fore it time of demise 44 11 months and k Days of during the Progress of the late civil War when the 10th of Huntingdon was travelling through Moulton offered his services and was taken along As a he remained with this troop until the end of the War when he came to in which Vicinity he has resided Ever for a number of years paste was employed As passenger car cleaner in Tyrone besides his wife he survived by five boys and one who Are John Willliam and Clara funeral services were held at the House monday afternoon at 3 conducted by of and the interment followed in Tyrone look at year ago he was not expected to liver complaint almost killed he got great Relief from three bottles of Sulphur Reub Liuti primary the republicans turned out in goodly numbers at their primaries on saturday the skirmish preliminary to next tuesdays Battle passed off quietly with but few to the Borough convention which placed the Ful ticket in nomination and which was held in the rooms of the Young mens Republican league at 7 Oclock monday the following delegates were exec Ltd first e Kueppe second James Prichard Samuel Miller shirt tray Laird fourth Henry John instructing the the first Ward for Burgess gave Howe 2s votes and Gwin 22 votes second Ward Howe g win 3 third Gwin Howe caldwell2 fourth Caldwell Howe Gwin the vote on tax col Lector was first erty w Thomas Snow Den Owens 13 second Dougherty Thomas Snowden Owens 3 third Thomas Snowden 4 fourth Dougherty Thomas Snow Den Owens All the delegates Are instructed for f Taylor for Justice of the and Smith and shirk for school the Ward nominations Are As follows first Reese judge of David Adams inspector of second coun Haagen me Intyre judge of inspector of third James Wighaman judge of Lucas in Spector of fourth Scott Smith judge of Henry Myers in Spector of incoming three years ago a Young lady of fall was hit upon the left Side of her head by a falling sign As she was walking along a Street in this was followed by brain after some weeks she was As Well in mind and body As but from a right handed person she had by Coile so left handed that she could ii that sew or write with her right but Frimd it easy to do All these tilings with Hor Lier right Lucid was just about As useful us her left had been before it was what is str Armijio is with so recent a Chance in Tho us of her she Zuver makes an awkward and is As Graceful in the use of her left hand As if she had been born and six Bostley weekly cured a very Smilen death and Flynn received Telegram at noon saturday which conveyed the sad intelligence of the sudden death of their miss Mary who 1ms been with the Sisters of the Good Sheperd in the Convent of the immaculate Conception at Pitts Burg for the past which sad event occurred saturday she was aged 21 o month and 22 it was a severe Shock to the bereaved As they knew nothing of the de ceased and Flynn departed that afternoon for the remains were brought to Tyrone on monday for use to its doors thrown Tim Witch opens one of Trio pret tight playhouses in just three first Brick was Laid for the construction of the Tyrone Academy of the House was thrown open to the and a arge and fashionable audience monday evening enjoyed a High class production of the the perform Ance exceeded All expectations and Frohmann Strong company headed by that accomplished miss Marie i Urbert presented the wierd Story of the puritanical superstition of to Hundred years ago in a faithful and artistic it was a highly successful opening alike Gratifying to the management and to All lovers of True appreciating the need of a firs class a few Tyrone gentlemen late last full conceived the idea of building the Academy of and a was obtained for the Tyrone opera House without delay the work was the plot of c0x95 feet at the up finer of Juniata and Bald Eagle afre ets was and group 1 wry broken 17 the Frame Jufu Riding on this plot was tenderly in raved to a lot farther East by John wild Francl and the work men then plans for the Structure were accepted from architects Smith and the contract for construction a awarded to Hughes of Philipsburg and the contractors used every Means to expedite Wie work and had their sub contractor Sarthe various details Simul carefully directing Trie entire undertaking was the efficient fore Man for the Jacob Stadler in whose Praise too much cannot be spoken Early and late he gave his Best thoughts to the work and Hesic Beer try in breaking the Tyrone record for rapid Pawling hauled the foundation Stone Aud James Owens furnished the Sand used in tie heavy foundation Walls were completed in about two weeks by a Large Force of stonemasons under the direction of William a numerous body of bricklayer under David Whitmas contractor and Teddy Littler As put up the High Brick Wall in incredibly Short there Are about Brick in the most of which came from the kilns of George the tin Ivyng was sublet to Bowles Davis and of the beat pieces of Piork was the Quick Job of plastering by ebbs and Hia the carpentry was under the direction of Cutler had charge of All the plumbing and completed the work in ample the painting was in the hands of of Johns Wise of this have an enviable reputation As Scenic artists and they took Especial Pride in their work for the the Fres coing under their care is Beautiful and their fitting of the stage is Complete in every the handsome drop cur Tain painted at their represents a scene in and the scenery is All of the highest through the House was seated with handsome and comfortable chairs from Demarest of new the curtains and carpets which add so beautifully to the general effect were purchased from a Revford and the furniture and excellent Colby upright piano came from the Well known store of plenty of heat is furnished by the Large Beaver furnaces purchased of Harry though the building was so hastily it was opened last evening Complete in every nearly All the work of construction was done by Tyrone the Tyrone opera House in this company Are pres Amin vice Claude Jones Kloss Falck Falck and Claude Falck has shown his not Only a a Luau Ger but As a builder during the construction of the new most of the important labor of directing operations devolved upon but he was equal to every mtr Eucy and has acquitted himself in a highly successful the Academy is fortunate in having his and we predict Many seasons of mos purity for tyrones Roomy and Complete Academy of the committee of management of the Pennsylvania Railroad department of the Young mens Christian association of Tyrone Are issuing invitations to their opening reception to be tendered in their new Flynn from 6 to 10 Friday february a pleasant evening will undoubtedly be spent by those who will partake of the i spit Unity of the Assoc a a Good Man Only the three weeks at their Home on Piney near Williams Burg and Joseph surrounded by their Large Circle of grandchildren and great celebrated their Golden Wagner was not in Good health at that time and last saturday he was stricken with pneumonia whose severity he survived Only a breath ing his last sunday morning at ten the deceased was born at Union Furnace August for the past forty years he had resided in Woodbury he was a Faith Ful Christie n and an exemplary tender in his Homo life Aud honest in his dealings with surviving him tire his wife and thirteen children among whom is of the funeral services were held at his late residence at ten Oclock yesterday morning and interment followed a Flat political a Large Batch of tuesdays har Risburg Patriot was unloaded upon this Tow tuesday morning and gratuitously the feature of the which accounts for the free delivery was an attack by a Tyrone upon Smith ind the present efficient school directors who Are candidates for these gentle men have been diligent and Able Mem Bers of probably the most harmonious and successful school Board Tyrone has Ever and they deserve the fact no newspaper opposition can be mustered from a Point nearer than Ilar Risburg is itself a Strong argument in their Tho Midnight the Midnight a melodrama will be produced at the Academy of music thursday its hero is a Harry its heroine is a Little new girl known As who in of turns out to to the person whom every one is looking Gideon an old Farmer just arrived in new furnishes amusement with his quaint rustic and aids in foiling the Arch Silas Ca Ringford is a big Oil but at the time of the Story is in financial he plunges into crime to retrieve his and one of his dark deeds is to fire his own mansion for the the department responds and the fire engine rushes across the stage at full tilt drawn by a splendid team of As the alarm is turned in at Midnight and As much of the plot hinges upon the Success or failure of Carrin Fords the reason for giving the play the name it car rifts is the East River wharf with the giant Brooklyn Bridge in the shadowy is the first is followed by charming glimpses of Rural landscape in the third and some realistic new York scenes in the fourth and the Large stage of tyrones new Academy of music gives full scope for the excellent Scenic effects of this at seats Are in Sale at flacks drug store and by members of the Tyrone tire for whose Benefit the play is methodist Church special to Tho this morn ing at bout two Oclock the Nestly finished methodist episcopal Church at ale Ami a was discovered to be on Pera Fis gathered on the scene for the purpose of assisting in extinguishing the the handsome Structure was totally the fire is supposed to have originated from a defective the total loss is Esti muted at with an insurance of capital our Blogit lev correspondent at Tho Nuti Omi capita hns a newsy Izettar general Wanamaker has issued a order that will be hailed with pleasure by thousands of people in every Section of the it makes every Postof lice where the postmasters salary exceeds per annul a Money order this will within the next eighteen months More than double the number of Money order offices in the and while giving so Many people this convenient and absolutely Safe Way of sending Money through the mails it will add very Little to the current expenses of the postal and in the end it will probably add quite largely to its that is the Republican idea of a business like administration of the affairs of the there Are More democrats from the including in that term All of the states except those in the South than from the in the but it is now very evident that the Southern men have out generated the other Fellows and captured everything that will count in the legislation of the and the the South is again in the is literally True at this so far As the House of representatives is the South has the and the South has All three of the democratic Meibers of the committee on which under the new code of rules has a greater control Over the business of the House than any similar committee eur had in fact it is absolutely impossible for any of the other committees to either get business before the House or to get it disposed of after it is taken without the assistance of that except in the rare cases where there is no Active opposition on the the full significance of the situation is just begin Ning to Dawn upon the outwitted Mem since the new rules have gone into they can do nothing now but Grid and Bear the representative of the Canadian government will always find this government ready to listen courteously to any proposition they May Desue to make concerning commercial reciprocity be tween the two but As the Republican party is in Power the canadians need Hope for no treaty which fully Ops sour Market to while the Friar Are ouly half open to us use Tipton Coal mined Only by use Tipton mined Only by n Borough delegates elected it the Republican primaries last saturday met in convention monday evening at rooms of the Young mens Republican to nominate a Borough an organisation was formed by the election of James Pritchard As president and t Cay nor As Secretary no prolonged contests occupied the Tim of the convention and without Rex necessary delay tha following was placed in nomination assistant tax collect j u Nice of the school Claude George who is visiting his brother Iff is confined to us House suffering with s editor of the daily ii kit a la has completed arrangements for uie Purchase of the confectionary and Cigar store of Boecking ii main Street South of Juniata und will take charge of that establishment about March the president and Secretary Blaine will be pleased to see the Canadian but it is Only upon one basis that they will open negotiation with the present ant chinese Law will expire by limitation in May next hence the activity in Congress on the there have been a dozen Bills introduced but the Senate has reported in favor of a Bill continuing the present Law for a period of ten years As a substitute for them a delegation from the Western water ways convention recently held at Evans has been explaining the necessity for Liberal Harbor and River appropriations to the House and Senate if the Holman policy is carried out there will be no Liberal a Propri Ilion for representative Mills Dagger is no longer concealed it is openly held aloft in his Strong right hand and while he has served notice upon the ways and Means committee that he intends to use it on the Oral Tariff Bill it that does not please turn Down the lights and let the band play slow the House in passing a deficiency Bill of for the current fiscal year for the census had a great Opportunity to carry democratic threats of that but because they knew they had no Case they made no except by general representative of who was in charge of the Bill said had the superintendent of the census been left to operate his Bureau without out Side pressure to put in office a Large number of incompetent the expenditures would been very much Sayers forgot to add that the most of this outside pressure came from democratic senators and repro representative of a said of superintendent porters work it has been prompt and and better than that of any previous superintend the Resolution introduced in the House by representative of instructing the ways Aud Means committee to report a Bill put Ting All agricultural implements on the free list is a hire Aud Aud nobody knows it any better than its to put agricultural implements on the free list without list putting All classes of lumber and Metal on the free list would close every manufactory of any class of agricultural implements in the United and the democratic party would not dare to do that even if it Hud both branches o Congress and the use Tipton mined Only by another last sunday evening at about Oclock the cry of fire was heard and in a few minutes the heavens were illuminated from a Large Blaze in Northern end of it was soon Learned that it waa the building1 by Hyle As a Slaughter stable and owned by Jjames situated at the Northern extremity of Blair before anything could be removed from the it was All in a it was some time before the fire apparatus was gotten on the scene and when it did arrive nothing could be done to save the contents or everything was totally de Lefevre and Hyle were owners of a Good pair of mules thai were on which there was no it will be remembered that Lefevree livery Stock was burned in riddles stable about a month Hyle lost besides the a few and All his slaughtering making a total loss of about with riddles loss is about with it would appear that some villian is Bent on originating another fire this one certainly was of incendiary As there was no lire inthe Buckl and had been none since Riddle Aud Lefevre sepia to be the victims of the fire bugs Devilish it is earnestly hoped by All that the perpetrators of the fire will be Cap tured and meted out full by thai Way is not very for their despicable to hold a the fifth annual reunion of old boat Portage Railroad and forwarding men will be held at Perry on thursday Aud Fet is and a very interesting program has been prepared and if it is carried out the one of the pleasantest yet the reunion will be opened at Oclock thursday february during this session there will be an election of the address of Wel come by of Newport addresses by colonel John of Captain Ewing of of it Ewtou Hamilton of Union Captain David of addresses will be delivered in the Avesing by the following gentlemen Hiram Captain Huntingdon Jones Hollidaysburg Captain Samuel Liverpool Captain Williar sport David Tyrone Captain Joseph on Friday february addresses Are expected from the following governor Cramer and major during these sessions there will music furnished by the Juniata choral Assembly of s the Parade will take place Frid Tig afternoon form at 1 headed by the Newport band Aud packet boat the marshals will be Cyrus Clemson Aud Jacob of and Samuel Derr of the officer of the Day will by John ii the procession will be perfect models of boats in use on the canal at different periods from 1832 until the present time As follows Union canal Union Lino Leach line Bingham line Penn Sylvania and Ohio line Oconnor car Loyds line Tidewater toothpick boat and double after the Parade the members again meet in Centennial Hall for the closing after music there will be an address by Captain of the remainder of this session still be passed in a social orders for excursion tickets for the reunion May be had upon application to the a child thursday evening at 9 Oclock buried out the last spark of life in the body of David of and Sallie at their Home on Jackson aged s months Aud is the cause of death was typhoid super induced by the Short funeral services were held at the House Friday afternoon Aud at two Oclock the re Mains were taken to the Church at Bald Eagle where Brill conducted the after which the me neut Vivus made in the Law f the the Huntingdon Monitor says a Drunken individual who hailed from Tyrone was taken to the lockup in a wheelbarrow last by cons Tauk he waa fined dont let the germs of that vile take Root and flourish in your system Sulphur bitters will prevent this Ami will make you Strong editor weekly

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