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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1895, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaThe Herald by c s w Jones Tyrone a thursday february 211896 Twenty eighth year cap1talchat news from National Headquarters by our Owa correspondent Washington feb is Clivi ipod is queuing Moie Abuss Frau Orosi on account it Uia Exira Ori Linar and contract Timi 1m did from the members of the House Aud it is outspoken senator Cou charac Temedj it is As the most disastrous assault upon Flat dirt system Ever made add ism and the worst feature of the whole wretched business is that the attack is made by the ram who because of Nis position should have stood the Foremost in our defense our nest has been be Fouei by gunman who should for our credit if there were Ever any Nihil who were not entitled to consideration it is the rothschilds and the presi Dent Brause Uey have sought to Blacken our credit senator to Dajc said be at was the a lacks Ever perpetrated by an adminis nation in with american securities and senator Teller even further than Thesin ins writ Chism of or Cleveland up to this time no senator has Ever at tempted t defend the Bond contract although Seua Tov Hill said it was con Gress Iii not or Cleveland bar was to blame it is thought that the Eru Shiner de feat of the administration Gold Bond Bill in the House last week ends and financial Alk in that Branch of Congress for the present session but the Shiine has taken up the subject and will do so Ixia speech Mkipp even if it does no voting the Bill for the unlimited coins ass of Silver Shieh Vas reported Frost the fijian Cir comr Dittri and the Solil Boid so statue the Flor at Well As senator Hills Resolution declaring the intern Ion of this government to pay its Bonds wih the Best Kinnney when there is any difference in the Money in Cir Are open for debate no vote Cau be reached upon any of them without what would really be Vij Alimous co Pant owing to the nearness of tie end of the session and of the necessity disposing of the regular appropriation Bills i senator Pau of coun never goes f off at Hal cock when he a speech Hia colleagues know that he has carefully considered the subject upon which bespeaks Ami that he never Trie to straddle any question great or Small licence the significance of his re Marks upon Tea Bill for the repeal of the Differentia duty on sugar and the amendments concerning meat inspection which have been added to it by the Senate i wince committee which closed with these words i do not pro pose to engage in the repeal of any legislation or Iube amendment of any act now existing at the dictation of a foreign government if Germany wants to retaliate it Isa game that two can play at Aad the Way to convince her her proposed retaliation is properly in this country is to make use of the Power which we now have for retaliating on Germany the Bill is regarded As dead senator Aldrich has a motion pending to recommit the Bill Aud instructing the committee to report a Bill placing All sugar on the free list restoring the Mckinley sugar Bounty for Domestic producers Restor ing All reciprocity agreements Restor ing the duty on raw Wool and increasing the duty on luxuries that must be voted upon it is improbable that either will be few Psolla Realise the Eilio Jasous amount of Money that has been Ever lastingly lost by strikes in the United have been almost As expensive As a democratic adm Koistra Tion the Senate committee Weedu cation and labor which has favourably reported senator Perkins Bill for the creation of a commission of Twenty one persons to arbitrate All disputes Between employees and Large employers of labor made an investigation covering a period of six years ending with the recent Brooklyn strike the result of which is v embodied in its report to the Senate on this Bill according to the glares 01 the committee Aud its members say thay Are very conservatively made up the known losses through strikes Dur ing the period mentioned have aggregated the democrats Are but testifying to their fear of a speaker Reed As a presidential candidate by tha silly talk they Are indulging in about his vote on the Gold Bond Bill having removed him from the Field of possible Republican candidates Tom Reed is Tao big a Man to be a trimmer on any subject even to obtain a presidential nomination his great popularity rests As much upon his always having voted his convictions As it does upon his ability the conference committee has not yet reached an agreement upon the Senate hawaiian Cable amendment to the diplomatic and consular appropriation Bill but the sentiment of the Senate is too Strong lobe misunderstood on this subject that amendment will staud or the Bill will fail the Nicaragua casual Bill will probably tet a Day in the House but As the House will vote on a substitute for the Bill which has passed the Senate the Prospect of the Bill can hardly be considered Good even if it pusses the House i Suu Duy Observance the convention in the interests of Sabbath Observance which convened at Alumna on thursday closed its sessions on Friday Many excellent speeches were made by capable Good Earnest men the subject in Many phases being discussed during the two Days meeting a series of resolutions were adopted which comprise the pith of the proceedings the first one proclaims the Sabbath As a fun of divine institution and beyond tha Nown Rof earthly Legisla Tion to repeal and the second insists that the Sabbath is not Only a part of the revealed moral codes Given Lor the Resolution of individual family and ecclesia is ical life but that it is a part of the revealed civil code and is of binding free in and political life the Ili ird Whitt this country founded by and Sabbath Observance is As one of the oldest and Inive important civil institutions and the fourth refers to the fact thai i he Sabbath Law of a nov a a undid years old based upon the Laws of and that it should be maintained ases Sencial id the of All these interests and for the piste Cioa of our right to a Day Lor rest and worship the lift a jews with alarm the in Iii uus attacks made upon this Law the illogical methods whereby the foes of the sit Boa in seek to secularized it and that the is to Liberty and the repeal or the lava would Asip Hakwin toward tin uncivil Ltd aues of the past the sixth declares that the sunday newspaper is me of he must dangerous of All the in mus of the Sabbath and the conflict against Itsu Ouid ii Kep up until it is practically demonstrated lint this foe of Sabbath devotions in the Home and Sanctuary and this incentive to every other form of Sabbath desecration has not come to stay the seventh pro claims that the social commercial and civil interests of the american people do not require the service of the Postof fice department on the lords Day that business men Are tempted to attend to their worldly affairs on that Day and the handling of the Oia ils Are the most flagrant violations of the divine Law by the National government Aud should arouse the people of the entire Laud to the importance of speedy and thorough National reformation the eighth condemns the secular zing of the Sabbath by making it a Day of worldly amuse ment and pleasure Aud the ninth sanctions every Wise Effort of Law and or Der and other societies to secure better enforcement of existing Sabbath Laws the tenth declares that the right settlement of the Sabbath question As it arises in the political sphere requires an undeniable constitutional basis and sound political science Aud the first principles of constitutional Juris Prad ence require the embodiment in the fundamental Law of the land of a suit Able acknowledgement of god As the ultimate source of All National authority of the Bible As the supreme Rule of mor Al legislation and of Christ As the nations Sovereign lord and King the eleventh urges that ministers in their sunday services frequently preach upon this topic showing Tbs authority the perpetuity Aud the necessity for this institution Aud that Church members event the sacrifice of ease and convenience set a consistent example of Sabbath Observance the twelfth heartily endorses the Jan of the Genii secretaries for holding series of conventions in different parts of the stale and suggests the establishing of Branch associations subordinate to the state association wherever Sabbath s so citations do not already exist advertised letters advertised letters remaining a tin Tyrone Postof lice Are addressed to the Perso iss a stoned below these letter have been in the office for two without being called for after Heini advertised letters Are held iwo and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter office at Washington Liei they Are immediately returned to the writers or destroyed the list is a follows for the week ending feb 16 mrs Augusta Waite mrs Jennie Martin mrs Ella Treaster misses Mary l Weston mar Mykles Minnie Lynn Chas e Connor k Ginsa Uless Harry Leibe John a Meintel w g Wilson George v Leifel John leaders John Shaffer David e Waite w w Vaughn Alex Woomer the influence environment say conductor said Tho Man the front seat theres something in this car my foot feels As though were running it never mind replied the conductor it will be All right in a few min utes your foot is asleep to an passing through Huntingdon Twenty Ybares robbed with uncles aunts and cot sins they celebrate the anniversary february 181875 an event occurred in Tyrone which to or and mrs it g Mclanahan was doubtless the happiest of their lives on that Day r g Mclanahan and miss Sarah f Gin Gench were United in a Arriage by or s m Moore at the cheerful Home of the brides parents or Aid mrs William 0 Myers monday was the twentieth anniversary of that occasion and the event was celebrated at the Mclanahan Hirae on Logan Avenue Itiat evening by a party of about forty people including father Mother sons Sisters Brothers aunts nieces and cousins wich the Lav and mrs Furbay As a relish to the general dish mrs Hannah Heverly and miss Mollie Jones of Phillipsburg were the Only out of town guests Between the hours of 7 30 and 8 30 the guests assembled and the evening was very pleasantly spent by All some retired to their Homes As Early As eleven Oclock and the last remnant reluctantly poked off at about one next morning tha lunch served about Uii Dway be Riveau the first and last acts was very Patna tilt and was greatly enjoyed by everybody instrumental and vocal music by airs Mclau Ahau and miss Curie Myers was a pleasant feature of his evenings program memory re called Many pleasant events of the lives of Uricks aunts and cousins Aurl a Reter duct to them in the conversation by groups was highly enjoyed and caused the time to pass As it eternity was pres ent and the clock had gone out of fashion mrs Samuel Jones was the oldest person present did Little miss Helen Liesser was the youngest the venera ule Jacub Jones and his companion since Early life were there and so were mrs Harper and miss Sallie Ging Eric i As Well As mrs George Davison a Lew Mil tuers and Swanzey Vesseis and Hurley or and mrs John w Thomas some of the Laportes the riddles and mrs Crabtree were among the number together with a few others whose Baines Are too rare to mention excepting j a Atlee miss Lile har per Araud mrs Jones Bell and the Good old patriarch himself o Myers and his devoted companion the widow Gingerich four sons have been born to this Union consummated Twenty years ago All of whom Are living to bless the Al together Happy Home boys were Grealy interested in the Success of the anniversary Celebration and gave the arrangements for it All the Force of their assistance the presents were numerous and comprised a variety of Linen pieces useful Aud necessary in a Home or and mrs Mclanahan Are counted among the towns most worthy people Aad there Are none but who will wish them Many returns of the anniversary of the Celebration that United in marriage or e g Mclanahan and Frances Gingerich Salie Myers a sledding party Breaks Down monday evening about sixteen Mem Bers of of Beyers sunday school class were treated to a sled ride by their teacher the class met at or Beyers Home and after a trip around the town they started on their eventful journey everything went Well until the party was almost to Tipton then the Driver who thought the roads were unusually rough informed the party that some thing was wrong with the sled the class had done some walking before and another trip of foot did not seem very pleasant but when the Driver Saivii the Trout runner of the sled w broken the class accepted the inevitable and started on foot to tiptoe after a walk of about a mile they arrived at tie station just oae hour before train tense Tipton is but a lag station to fast trains so the operator was request d to Stop the train during the air at the station where there was am jilt time for meditation it donned upon some of the class that it would be bet Ter to stay at Home from sledding Par ties it the enjoyment anticipated and visions of a big supper were always to e Cut Short As on tins occasion to say Lotti ing of the unpleasant necessity for looking it through the Snow and work ing the Way Back Home by a monotonous and uninteresting route How perhaps the Sleigh ing will be bet or when the next trip is arranged the Driver with the big broken lumber sled his faithful horses arrived at about p Oclock having had no further mishap after discharging his precious cargo judge Josh Williams and inspector Joe Wertz at the fifth Ward polls tues Day were not rushed with voters Aad they spent most of the Day in Blessing american people for not turning out morn numerous by to the election they a link the fifth Ward is de Genera ing in interest in political affairs and f hey surges led to the reporter that the Stayat Homes ought to be lectured they oui a suit awful entertainment the anniversary entertain Given thursday night at Sheridan troop a Rory in sinking Valley under the auspices of sinking Valley Castle no 245 k g e was a Complete Success the Drill room was crowded with people from All pars of Ibe Valley who flanked the big Snow drafts in the roads by travelling Over partially broken tracks through the Fields the Jolly Jingle of Sleigh Bells could be heard in every direction and the merry laugh Ter of the occupants of sleds and sleighs rang out in Clear and Sharp tones Amonjr the paths of those who took advantage of the Opportunity to be highly entertained for a few hours the instrumental music furnished by Henry Emery and g j Fleck was Good and so was the vocal music of the choir consisting of f e Fleck c c Fleck Wilbur Fleck and h 0 Lotz sinking Valley is noted for Good singing h c Lotz Sang a song alone and it was stood m l Bleck made the address of Welcome in his own Happy and pleas u Way and John Wertz have a Recita Tion the Dandy fifth which was altogether worthy of the reciter the flood of the Conemaugh was Well re cited by miss be clue Fleck and Jesse Fleck came up to the line in splendid with a recitation entitled the Light Tang Rod dispenser a dialogue Tow Darkey Woi seller by 13 f Warfel and de Fleck was Fine while miss Ada Fleck recited the inventors wife in splendid form one of the burst numbers was a dialogue or Blazer by j a Mccormick and j Wertz a recitation Kentucky Belle by May Walton was Good and especially so was the crusaders Goat by m l Isett in the absence of j ii Iii Ley m l Fleck read the financial statement which presented a very fail showing for the Castle after which a collection was lifted no admission fee having been charged altogether the entertainment was a Good one and the Valley people and others who were not there missed a big treat that All the Golden eagles of Castle 79 of this place had a Royal Tiane last Friday after the session of their cattle was Ovir they repaired to the dining Hall of Tih Tyrone hotel where a banquet had been prepared for them fit for a King for an hour All was mirth and fun and after the Good things with whih the table groaned had made their disappearance the speech making began jokes were cracked and songs Sung and great tears of laughter flowed freely Down the Cheeks of those present William w cams made an address that took the House by storm while Tom Scott Sang that Good old song old Uncle Ned John w Fisher spoke a Nice Little piece and the address made by the Burgess of Birmingham renewed the appetites of the Banque ters Walker Meadville then pulled the throttle out Aud tit her Ogallagher in one of the Best speeches of the evening Fol Lowed by past grand chief Harris in one of his merriest efforts mine Host Charles m Waple was flitting in and around the boys leaving nothing undone to make them comfortable and As Happy As possible he fairly stuffed them with a lot of Good things until they All cried with one voice lets go Home and Home they went Happy in the recollection of having had a Good Aud Glori Ous the nine ladies of the t b g e c society were managers of a Little enter to Homent which occurred at the Home of of iss Katie Gran on Pennsylvania a Faniie on thursday evening last which was entitled a Quak Eress Tea a dozen Young ladies Aud As Many Young men were invited the invitations to the ladies read from 7 30 to 830 Oclock while those to the Young men indicated that they were not wanted till 9 and 10 Oclock would be the retiring hour Foi them the ladies Ware received and takes care of during the earlier hour Laaied and they had been disposed of before rhe Young gentlemen arrived at Tea everything was served in heart shape which was both Odd and attractive and was in keeping with the charac Ter of the entertainment throughout during the Short stay each party indulged in singing and other social features properly belonging to parties of Tiit kind where perfect decorum prevails in a most exacting sense Hugh copelin got tha drop on Harry Wilhelm thursday last Harry did the dropping from a standing posture to a sitting one in the Bottom of the sled while Hugh balanced himself by the lines to which he held like grim death o a dead Monkey while his horse Cut a half Circle on Pennsylvania Avenue with the rapidity of a Streak of Light Mug the ladies auxiliary conduct a supper in the p 11 k y m c a rooms on Friday evening Washington birthday from 5 Oclock until custom ers Aro All supplied or the Larder is emptied the Price will be Only 2f Ceils they should be Well patronized boeoughj3lection tuesdays local election goes re publican As usual the extremely Light total vote of 517 was cast in tie Borough election tues Day tie usual superabundance of Republican votes was polled and All the Success us candidates Are republicans except that the democrats Are graciously conceded an inspector us usual in each Ward though in the sixth Ward there is a tie for the minority in Specto ship in the first Ward the republicans made a splendid sweep they were also easy winners in the second third fourth and fifth wards affairs in the sixth were slightly mixed opposition to f d Beyer the Republican Nomi Nee developed to Suci an extent that the Independent candidate John t Ramey Republican was successful by a Large majority Levi Boyer Republican was chosen inspector in the same Way for minority inspector there is a tie Between Mcparland and Albright and tie Choice will probably have to be made by a Curbstone election next november la i he Sevet ii Ward Thore warm contest and the vote was rather heavy there an Independent combination was formed against the regular Republican ticket but with no Success for John Foster and William Lewis against whom the attack was made came out winners with lots of votes to spare and even Dan Donnelly withstood the Effort to oust him from the minority inspect worship the people have spoken and with no Uncertain voice the citizens selected for the offices to be filed Are worthy the Honor the vote in detail is As follows first d t Cald Well 84 11 l Hesser 7 Council g c Davison 88 a e Jones 4 school director t t shirk 89 assessor David Adams 84 John Schirro g judge of election Jacob Lollen is g c Bosch Inelo inspector of election Thomas Morgan so John Leinhart 11 second d t Caid Well 43 h l Hesser 24 Council h c love 45 a m Woden 23 assessor j m Harlerode 45 John Dunkle 23 judge or c m Ewing 49 William Cochran 19 inspector w u h Robertson 46 h Al kob21 third d t Cald Well 51 h l Hesser 19 Council John l Porter 56 p a Reed 15 assessor h f copelin 54 George Scott 17 judge j Lucas 55 Charles Williams 16 inspector by Mccans 55 John Maloney 16 fourth d t Cald Well 52 h l Hesser 26 Council Scott branstetter54 j graziers assessor t s Mclntyre 60 John m Kienzle 19 judge c h Traynor 57 j s Bosch 21 inspector Harry White 57 m Watson 21 fifth d t Cald Well 38 h l Hesser 15 Council Walter buried 39 c Seeger 14 assessor j a i Awford s9 John Farrell 14 judge j b Williams 40 p s Mccaus 13 inspector j m Wertz 39 e Ilein Hart 14 sixth d t Cald Well 32 h l Hesser 29 Council John t Ramey 48 f d Bejer 10 e Brindle assessor William hicks55 Leo Miller s judge John m Seeger 50 e d Stambaugh 12 m c Beny 2 inspector Levi Boyer 37 James Mcfarland 13 h c Albright 13 seventh Ward a scald Well g4 ii l Hesser 33 Council w ii Miller so school director John w Foster 03 j w i ummers assessor William Lewis 61 g i Mccahren 33 judge David Snyder 93 inspector h c Kling 54 d Donnelly 27 John a beast on 14 total vote for auditor in the Borough Cald Well 364 Hesser 153 Cald Wells majority 211 Sui scr township election in Sayder township election tuesday 126 votes were cast with the following result Justice of the peace Abrari Yan Scyoc 97 James Anderson 22 school directors two elected Joshua Lewis us Sanford Stonebraker 85 w e Tyson 40 assessor Thomas Balling 119 supervisors two elected Imam Vau Scyoc 118 Thomas Snyder 96 augus Tus Mcclain 25 auditor Alexander Miller 90 William Mcnelis 26 town ship clerk Jamos c Hunter 106 Jere Dotson 10 judge of election John ii Bollman 121 inspector of election James c Hunter 95 John Parker 25 Tyrone township Kle Tiou the citizens1 ticket was successful at the Tyrone township election tuesday the result being As follows school directors two on115 Kussel Crawford 99 a Lee Fleck 46 t m Fleck so supervisors two elected John Mcmillen 130 an Drew Robeson 76 w w Stryker 69 assessor Alexander Templeton 144 auditor Morrow Tussey 99 Samuel f Stewart 45 township clerk b f War Fel is judge of election a l Fleck 107 Howard Lotz 34 inspector of elec Tion Williana Stewart 102 Clai Fleck 40 ii Luik township vouch republicanism was triumphantly rampant at warriors Mark township election tuesday the vote at the close being judi1 of election g g Hutchison 140 d 15 Mong 64 inspector of elec Tion v j Stover w r wolf48 school directors two elected door Delius to Frank s Lennan 109 Christ w Ilson 59 so t Bull 85 Apfl Trisor 0 Rumba her 140 David Funk 90 supervisors two elected Jerry Ever 151 William Kinch io4 Georga wills 65 Chart s Trimble 45 auditor Jesse Fel zerhoot 165 John h gates5j township clerk Samuel Ila Slon 102 Milton Pat Terson 56 Washington Isu Tiluy entertainment on Friday evening next in the eng Lish lutheran Church under the auspices of the whatsoever band an entertainment will be Given for which the following excellent program has been prepared greeting master Fred Albright my country tis of thee girls of the band orchestral accompaniment by miss Benna Letterman and messes John m gales Charles Ratteni Frank Jones recitation thedaus of old master genre Fenner Auld Lang syne Harry Schinn Edgar letter Man Fraucis Gross Fred Snyder wider boil Uger Charles Markci Fivi Albright Willie Burley Peciu lion tre of ways and the 2few miss Maimi Albright flute silo Columbia i n Wartur piano a com by miss m g Waring song loves Golden dream miss Beth in Wake piano vocal duet Hume Autan mrs r 1sl Waring and j ii reminiscences of my Early from Serex to miss Sadie Faher i cannot sing the old songs miss Nettie Wertz Puutio a com dialogue George Wash Iua Ion Aud the Hatchet miss Musie Fortney and masters Harry Schirm Fred Snyder Home Sweet Home Floe Hull Viola Warkel Gertie Gra Zier Grace Hull Annie Schirm Lizzie Hurley Carrie Schiring Sallie Wertz ruin a com by miss Letterman sons dont forget the old folks the Bane music by Rev b s die orchestral a com Nocturne piano Vio Liu Aud flute miss 51 g Waring and messes Juo m Gates r n Waring wednesday a sled Load of ladies of the lutheran Church went rut to John s flecks in sinking Valley Aud bad an enjoyable time Clint Sausser was conductor and Engineer of the train and managed to get through without a serious Accident but in the Cryder Lane at the school House of the same name he stuck in the Snow so lightly that All his passengers were obliged to climb out and get cold feet while Clint and a subject or two who he pressed into service in jointed the vehicle before it could be gotten out of the grip of its surroundings the bed had to be lifted to the top of a High Drift of Snow and the two bobs separated and hauled out one at a time but everything goes with a Sleigh ing party and the predicament was accepted Good Humoured of and the Best made of the situation the party finally arrived at the Home of John Fleck and Indue to Iii landed at their Homes in Tyrone cot sorry but delighted with their Outing aged sixty nine years firgus Mcdermott who worked in the upper Ai too a shops and lived with his ased and infirm wife in a one Andon half Story log House three Miles West of Al Loona on the Road leading to kit Tannus Point died on Friday night february 9 at his Home from exhaustion caused by traversing the Road from his work through the fierce Aud terrible storm of that night not Able to fact the storm and cold weather the bereft wife was forced to remain in the House with the silent Corpse of her husband till the weather moderated of Friday she made her Way to Altoona and related the circumstance to relatives Coroner poet proceeded to the place Aud after hearing the old Ladys Story concluded not to hold an inquest when he entered the House he found the dead covered with blankets Aud Only a Thia Board partition Between the remains and the stove they were badly de composed he was a member of the sacred heart Church about a couple dozen members of the presbyterian ladies Aid society scooped Down upon miss Laura Neff tuesday night at her Home with her sister mrs Black on eleventh Street is Ems the culmination of an arrangement to sur prise the lady but she had the drop on her friends when Sha informed them that her birthday anniversary occurred last Friday she however received them graciously and mrs Black consenting the House was theirs for the evening and it it said they made Good use of it that crowd usually keeps goods hours so the party adjourned at about ten Oclock after spending a couple very pleasant hours with their Friend and sister Iwitha work auxiliary to the Church

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