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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania In 1 prone a february a Kauo bogus subscription circulated in Tyrone lust saturday morning a Middle aged Man who claimed he could not write entered the Ollic of Esquire Holmes and asked him if he would write a heading for a subscription list for the Benefit of Mary a widowed lady of who lie claimed was in int out a Short time and in consequence was left in destitute circumstances and and was very much in need of food and he represented himself As John a Cousin of the suffering Holmes fixed up the paper and it his request headed the list with John he then started out and succeeded in securing some Small Cash subscription from our unsuspecting and All would undoubtedly have gone along but he entered the Law office f Hicks where he would not have entered we Are had he foreseen the result of his As is lawyers began to ask him questions such these is Mitchell ticket agent at Tipton yet to which lie answered yes is James Prit clued still tiptoes Constable to which he again answered and a mighty Good is and does Israel Caldwell still run that Blacksmith shop lie again answered several More similar questions were asked him and his answers were the in he was then told that they had no Money for him and so he took his departure Ohieno police Snyder was notified of the fraud and soon found Howard engaged in trying to secure Money from one four when he told him that he was under arrest for securing Money under false pre old wind denied the charge but it was he was Given his Liber after promising he would immediately leave the town and return the Money fortunately he didst have Many subscribers to his fraudulent he will not try the same game in Tyrone keep your eyes open for such a Jueil Anomi son of Joseph who met with a serious Iti the Osceola Yard while i he discharge of his duty As Railroad brakeman last wednesday lied in the Altoona Hospital about one Oclock saturday afternoon last from the effects of his when he was admitted it was found necessary to amputate the left Arm close to the after the operation he suffered terribly but on Friday he appear Al to be doing nicely and some Hope was entertained for his though it was known that he bad sustained internal injuries of a very serious nature but it was not thought they would re suit fatally until saturday morning when he began to sink did not rally any and death resulted at the time the deceased was aged about 20 years and was he was an pm ploy of the Pennsylvania Railroad com Pany fur Nii Muur of Tiuis and met with three severe accidents pre Vious to the one that caused his while in the discharge of his his remains were brought to Home of his Par tuls on cottage Avenue on saturday besides his Mother and father he is survived by four Broth ors and one who Are of Altoona John and to make their Horn with their id Harry of the remains were taken to the meth Sioon at two where funeral services were conducted by off the United Brethren the interment followed in Tyrone didst get the from the Huntingdon county court proceedings a reported in the local the following is reprinted a Caso on the civil list was heard tuesday Beimer that of Mcgowan is David me Gowan resided in Tyrone until the ninth of october last on that Day he left to visit his father at Shade he had in Bis Possession a pocketbook contain ing a Roll of five Twenty Dollar a Roll of ten ten Dollar a Roll of Twenty five Dollar Bills and thirty five dollars in addition the pocketbook Alsi Coli aimed a a note for a couple of lottery he hired Uig at Orbisonia where he last had his pocketbook in his when lie arrived at Shade Gap it was about a month afterwards a p Ircel of Money containing six Twenty Dollar Bills was found by a son of David Cyphers under heeds some 100 feet away from the livery Mcgowan claimed the but Cyphers refused to deliver it Mil he described the Money which he in not Able to none of the other articles in the pocketbook were found near the and the court directed a verdict for the Cunert scores another from an elaborate report we condense the following marriage notice from the Gallitzin vindicator wednesday evening of this Frank originally of Marengo Centre and miss Emma of this made a conditional surren der to sly cupid and Wetra United in marriage according to the rights and customs of the German reformer the residence of the brides John on main at g Oclock the marriage ceremony was performed in the North front room of the Resi Dence where the invited were escorted upon their As the hands of the dial pointed to the leaning upon the Arm of the groomsman closely followed by the and Groom entered the parlor and were met by the officiating minister and simultaneously All present arose and remained standing until the close of the after congratulations All present repaired to Thedin Irig where a Rich collation consisting of about everything in provision line was spread and after the officiating minister said All fell to and did ample Justice to the inner they were the recipients of Many handsome and useful the Groom is a brother of love and Joseph of this and is employed by a Coal andirons firm at Elk West Vir the newly made Man and wife departed that same evening for a Short honeymoon tour of the Eastern today they a reception at the Home of the grooms Mother at a the second attraction to appear in the Academy of music which was the mid night alarm thursday was greeted by an exceedingly Audi ence and pleased every one the play was for the Benefit of the Tyrone ire department and we have no doubt but that it realized them a snug Little the performance was full of thrilling scenes and which together with the splendid Scenic made it an evening of enjoyment the whole company was com posed of cd apr but special Praise is Dan the Llanos As Silas Cor Ringford will Phillips As pin ton Chester Thomas men Ian As lire ins Heliotrope hurry Ripley As Gideon new Jersey and miss Mildred St Pierreas sparkle John about four Oclock Friday John Hughes Cessna died at the Home of his father George Cessna on the Joseph Thompson farm near in Antis of after a lingering he was born april being in consequence 26 years 9 months and 24 clays of the deceased lived with his father in this place about a year his death will cause sorrow to his Many Tyrone friends his one brother and one sister preceded him to the world of he is besides his by his Stepmother and Stepbrother and funeral services were held at his late Houi about noon on sunday being conducted by of Bell and on Way passenger remains were conveyed to Altoona the interment being made in fail View ceo Interj a the following is a list of the words which have recently been mispronounced in the course of an extended contest at various school teachers convention throughout the in one in stance not less Thieu fourteen Hundred school teachers failed in properly pronouncing the following it is a by the which very few men of wide study and great precision of speech could withstand Slouch Sacri Irre fragile and Twenty fifth in Sny Iier 8 Mary Wile of Dunkl aged 43 8 and i9 Mother dear have Lull us lonely in our Homo i our smiles did often us but now Youvon a wised your it mud your to must Tho Tiro Little baby went along to Trio lonely Tomlin the lust req isl of Mother w Lio knew it died to Conli Hilve is howler married v i dont 1 am now i think of it he must West makes you think Hes around with the Fellows so much morn than he used to i Tyr mini Only by ii cull will elected Lowry a Knitl shirk chosen school other there were few warm contests in the local election and though in Terest run High in the vote for school directors and in some of the Manin the Day passed off there were about thirty More votes cast than at the Borough election last the Borough officers elected Bur Caldwell assistant Hill or tax Dougherty school Lowrie and t shirk Justice of the Taylor Calderwood and Claude the councilmen elected John Stine and Scott the vote in detail follows first Burgess Cald of assistant tax col 10s Siimes school go 68 80 f Justice or the 148 b Claude 130 41 it John Oak 91 judge of David 107 inspectors of second Burgess 117 assistant tax 109 James school 84 07 103 Justice of the 182 11 claim in 117 74 130 Lim judge of 120 William John 121 Iii cd Cald Well 127 assist ant 190 tax dough school i 108 104 100 War Justice of the 202 1 Mose b Calder 1p3 129 08 i James 88 George judge of 137 00 138 John Foru Tir Caid 120 m assistant tax 117 school 92 s7 Justice of l he 177 113 Chude 110 00 Scott 140 John Nivling 10 As 122 Gray judge of Henry Myers 127 James 44 121 ii Lowell m wooden 257 assistant Miller 713712 Charkis Isu Mitor tax Dpi Gherty Kline school Smith 349 shirk l Liu Vii Waring 319 Justice of til 1c Taylor 709701 couts l Mose link it i Smith l Calderwood 473 Claude Jones Henry Huss Snyder Tousis Lilii the following is a summary of the returns from the election in Snyder township Jusimi Teof Hie Jolt Cald Tywond of Abraham Van David 91 inspect ors of John 81 Frank 55 David 65 Thomas 76 Abraham 74 22 Krucli school 150 John a 140 John 0 5 Joseph 1 Nathaniel tax Hiram Friday 97 Josiah 72 Thomas John 75 Thomaa township a very severe tuesday last shortly after 9 Oclock one of our leading fur1 nature and Frank the boy who drives for met with a very severe Accident while on a business Mission to East Tyrone in the delivery the team was stopped fit the Corner of first and Lyon and when Jones mounted the Wagon seat again he attempted to make a turn when the horses became the Wagon was almost upset and Jones was thrown out alighting on his while the boy was thrown for Ward on the Tongue of the the hordes being free made a dash but were soon stopped by a Fence into which they smashed and which they demolished to the horses made a miraculous neither of them be it injured at and Frank Luce were not so persons in that Vicinity who heard the crash came to the assistance of the injured ones Frank was found fastened Between a Poat of the demolished Fence and the and was soon released from his dangerous Jones was discovered lying on the Road one Hundred Yards bleeding from Many cuts on the head and almost in an unconscious condition from loss of blood and the they were taken into the residence of Thomas Kennedy and of this and of East were summon who rendered All the medical assist ii ice in their Power to alleviate the suf be rigs of the injured Jones was terribly Cut about face and head there Are several severe cuts on i head which were caused by a kick from one of the horses when he fell the icy condition of the Street was the canst of the Many other cuts he Frank escaped with out any outward signs of the Accident but it is thought he May be Huit inter Jones was taken to Home on Washington Avenue and to his Home Corner Dallas and Bald e i Jyle streets where both Are receiving the attention that Loving hands and skillful physician scan Jones is suffering intense pain and Frank feels braised and we Hope the Accident will not have a serious result and that with the proper care which they Are n they will steadily a boy a boy who gave his name As Charley e aged 10 called at the farm of in warriors Mark a Short distance from several weeks and asked for stating that he had no Home and that he would work for his and Rosa took pity on the homeless Waif and gave him shelter and he got along very Well in his new Home until last sunday when temptation presented itself and his evil nature was to Nan and Ross were away from Home on leaving the boy in the but before going they locked All the doors in the Home except ing into the where Charley was supposed to stay during forced an Entrance into All the ransacked the Bureau and succeeded in getting about 00 in a jew and several other he then decamped with his Booty and nothing has been heard of him a Reward of is offered by Ross for Liis watch for this is his description about 5 feet 7 inches weighs about 130 Brown Light Pirn Les on his a Tattoo Mark on the left Arm above the heart and Spear had on a pair of leather both dark pants with a Small Light silk Stripe through them dark Chat and Light red Necktie and Brown Felt Tim of win i a baby boy grows into to lie feels it his duty to repay As far As lies in his Power the kisses that were Hes toyed upon him in infancy by the fair the kisses that girl babies get Are also returned to representatives of their own those Given to men Are in the nature of a a howling you seen my play 1 saw it the opening did you like it v i never de i hard in my its a tragedy that baby f three mom is Atso had the Salt Rheum so bad that his head was a mass of and i had begun to lose All Hope of Ever Rai Suir but my druggist recon menu no Sulphur and today he is As fat and Chipper an any baby you Hopr and has not a sore on his head and just think that after paying out so that a few dollars Worth of Sulphur should cure c i was to much troubled with Catarrh it seriously my one Hytt Lyl of Elys Cream Burn did the my voice is fully pastor of the Olivet Baptist capital Orllo Gulnor correspondent at the nut Lynn capital Hans a newsy Blaine very cleverly punctured the can Adun reciprocity balloon hex tracking the information from sir Julian the British who has been acting As a sort of Steerer for the Canadian commissioners Ever since their that Tley had no authority to negotiate a and Only came Here to learn How much this govern ment would be willing to Gratt if the British government should Send prop Erly authorized Secre tary Blaine told them that it was hut it waste of time to continue the conferences under such the Brit ish minister has been exchanging Cable Grams with his Home but it has not transpired whether it was in regard to this Canadian business or Flie Behring sea commission which is in session it is believed that there is a connection Between the two things and the British government in spite of its Many failures in the past has Atrain trying to pull the Wool Over Uncle Sams it is state1 Here the movement in the House to Rush the consideration of the Bland free coinage which was favourably reported and placed on the Calendar last is being engineered by the ant Mills democrats in the Hope that Mills opposition to its present consideration Muy prevent his being elected to the Senate by the Texas it is not certain what the House will but the chances rather favor the Instase of the As the petition asking the committee on rules to make continuous order for us consid action has already received the Signa Tures of almildred and Twenty democrats and the nine Peoples party a More striking exemplification of the he nudity of of the democrats in the House is the military Academy annual appropriation the first one to set through that by striking out such necessary Itah As those providing for improving the defective plumbing of tha Barracks of the enlisted a new Gas Plant in place of the old and worn out one now in use and new and by reducing other such As taking off the annual salary of the the Bill was reduced in its total to less than the one passed last or a Farmers Alliance member from tried to outdo the most parsimonious whose proposition to strikeout the item of to Purchase soap for the cadets was voted by seriously proposing that the item for the Purchase of Saddle blankets for the cadets be struck out and that evry year at the close of Congress the old carpets on the floor of the House and Senate be taken up and shipped to West Point to a Cut up on Saddle the democrats of Tho House spend the greater portion of their time in wrangling with each the majorities of the House committee on immigration and that on foreign affairs Are in the midst of a Lively the question being which committee is properly entitled to jurisdiction of mat ters relating to the chinese the first named committee is As it has reported and placed on the Cal in ice a Bill prohibiting chinese Immi beginning this the Senate and House committees on immigration will hold a series joint sessions for the purpose of hearing All parties who wish to talk on the subject of the House after being scolded by Holman and having adopted a Resolution offered by him limiting the Cost to adopted representative hours Resolution directing the coat on manufactures to the sweating system of House senator Hills author y Over the tammany members of the House was plainly shown on saturday when he ordered them by Telegraph to report to him in new York City at Satur Day afternoon had been previously aside by Resolution of the House for eulogies on the Lute tammany repro but honors to a dead Man did not count against the wishes of the living and the eulogies were postponed and the new 1 Ork members took the train to report to the Secretary Noble says in reply to the charge that he intentionally slighted seen itary Blaine by not mentioning his Pianin in the speech he made in Phila Delphia Friday evening the speech was entirely extempore As i did not know until i arrived in Philadelphia that i was Down for a set and i omitted a great Many things that Ouji lit to have been but i have too High a regard for Secretary i regard As one of the most Majestic and illustrious of guns of the to intentionally try to put a slight upon him or his great Cronl Toto animals and the statement has been going the rounds of the press that in november at the great convention of me woman Christian Temperance Union in Boston a Resolution expressing disapproval of the custom of wearing Birds was this is a it was Only on the last afternoon of the convention after other resolutions had been Dis cussed and Tria one was again presented and carried by a rising it was As follows that we hereby express our disapproval of Tho custom of Spur ins the wings or feathers of Birds except those of the Ostrich As a part of our clothing or and Call upon All right minded women to unite with us in efforts to abolish this destructive and cruel the following in caning vivisection was also adapted unanimously that we reaffirm the Reso Lution vivisect Ion As being unnecessary and which Vas passed year Siml we stain unions Roen Deavor to secure amendments to the stale Laws 49 shall prohibit the experiments on animals now so often per before classes of Young people As being to deter or the moral Charad Eami in directly antagonize the work of our bands of the annual convention of the Wom ans Christian Temperance Union of held at Bradford in octo Ber Nho adopted this Resolution against vivisection we the Reso Lution vivisection which was passed our state convention see 20 of state report and that pledge ourselves to cooperate to extent of our ability with the unti vivisection society in working for the legislation which society will next year Endeavor to Maky supt mercy National Tiven Tetli on the 13th of Crawford and miss Kough were United in in Honor of their twentieth anniversary of this pleasant or China we i about seventy of tin in inuit friends in this Vicinity Al and Crawford in sinking about four Milts Protu last Ortry and in festivities wbk will Long he Ivy Emberd by tha and hostess and at noon All were treated to a dinner which Only the Farmer can provide and it is useless to say that All heartily enjoyed the splendid and Crawford were the recipients of a Large number of handsome and useful pres principally Craw Ford owns Tho pleasant farm on which they live and he and his beloved wife look Forward to Many Days of happiness to be during the pro Gress of the festivities bean delivered a very appropriate and the pleasures of the Day were closed by prayer after which All departed for their respective Homes feel ing that a profitable Day had been Patroi Ilsc Home next to the deep abiding interest which every Man has in his individual possessions is the Pride and satisfaction he feels in seeing his town Prosper and its people too Many self ish in the envious of their neighbors and hence we sen Many who patronize foreign establish ments for everything they need rather than buy and help their own Many articles that Are bought elsewhere Are no better or cheaper than those offered by Home this shortstop redness Noc permit them to see that their interests Are identified with those with whom they Are continually coating in Contact in the everyday affairs of now it seems to us that i nun in Community in which he lives can get anything Good enough for himself with sending away to places for every should in j Terest in the town in which to lives to j do his trading and thus keep the Money in circulation in his own Community in if you want to kill a town and invite hard times to your import everything you can and As Little As your Homo Busi Ness men and and what a it will it is reported that the rivalry Between the Perry country rail pud and the Newport and Sherman Valley Railroad in Perry county a led to a quarrel that May result in the Host Railroad shaped ils course to Cross the trucks of the an injunction was issued restraining the Newport and new Bloomfeld have taken sides and Hie citizens have been exceedingly hostile to Jamas Sutoh and Ralph Adams had an argument Over Tho rights of the rail roads and Sutch hit Adams Over the head with a inflicting fatal in Sutch is in gift Tutton Coal mined Only by h v

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