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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1892, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaF by february inspection Sheridan troop inspected lost thursday by major tyrones cavalry company were inspected by major thurs Day morning at 10 and fully sustained their reputation of being the Best cavalry company in the fort six officers and men answered Roll and after the tedious duty of inspection was finished the several Hundred spectators were amply repaid by the excellent men and horses alike seemed to enter into the spirit of their work and the lashing sabres and Bright uniforms made a magnificent picture As the troop went through the various they fully demonstrated that Pennsylvania has in Sheri Idan troop a company Well drilled and equipped and ready at a moments notice for Active such a credit Able Spring inspection is particularly Gratifying in View of the that the troop have no company armory and be ing separated into cannot Drill a company for nearly six months of cold Captain of company Bellefonte was present and added his Praise to that of the less experienced civilian major at the conclusion of the Street Parade made a Brief speech to the in which he said the improvement of the troop in the past year is very and that this was the most creditable and Best semiannual inspection of the organization that he had yet but of course the Spring Insp action does not compare with the fall one which is always held in Camp after More thorough preparation under favourable com Ley wins the John Kepler and Nau represented the Eintracht society of at the annual meeting of the Central Pennsyl Vania German singing held at Gallitzin it was decided to hold the next Saenger fest at Johnstown in Charles of was elected or musical or the association which com Prises twelve societies numbering Over lion he will have charge of the musical programme for the Johns town Saenger fest a word or two to to the clerks read the read Good books on lives of prosperous read any work which will give you knowledge of help in your if you Are not interested in knowing All you can about your business it is evident that it is not your not a business you really not a business you have fully made up your mind to Shine goods to try the ovens heat a French authority on cooking gives the following rules for testing the heat of an oven try it with a piece of White paper if it is too hot the paper will Blacken or Blaze up if it becomes a Light Brown it is it Iov pastry if it turns dark yellow it is fit for bread and the heavier Kindi at cake if Light Yel Low the oven is ready for sponge cake and the lighter kids of women As commercial travellers women commercial travellers Are said to be a Groat and in number of Tea and dry goods and canned As Well As the silk the attractive invader is Excel Ling her masculine prototype in ingratiating herself and her samples in the eyes of and is booking More orders than her discomfited male com Sling gunns improved liver pills on acc oui of their Nail action Are ally adapted fur correcting Spring Dis such As impure tired brain and aching and worn out they act promptly of the liver and kidneys drive out All impurities from the and malaria from the Only one for a try them this sold 25 cents a Box by j Smith and Smith la no healthy person need fear any dangerous consequences from an attack of la Grippe if properly it is much the same As a severe cold and requires precisely the same remain quietly at Home and take Chai Berkins cough remedy As directed for severe cold and a prompt and Complete Recovo Ery is sure to this remedy also counteracts any tendency of la Grippe to result in among the Many thousands who have used it Dur ing the epidemic of the past two years we have yet to learn of a single Case that has not recovered or that has suited in 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by Garner gunns onion syrup this remedy is a sure cure for All Dis eases of the Throat and caused by taking it will Stop a cough in one no matter How it is just what its name implies a onion compounded in such manner As to away with the unpleasant taste arid odor of the when in need of a cure for a cough or try Price 50 sold by Smith and Smith taken to Trio saturday morning Little Mary Musser the greatly afflicted child of and of whom so much has been said was taken to the University Hospital in accompanied by her father and the Little lady was brought to the Early train on her on which she has Laid for Over Nineteen there is to doubt but that in moving her there was a terrible Strain on her nervous but amid All this the Little girl was greatly rejoiced to know that she was going some place where her bodily infirmities might be she was put in a baggage car Hern and was taken to at she was transferee into a Pullman car and thus taken up the it was certainly a pitiful sight to see what endurance and Confidence the Little girl had in this hour of suffering and great we earn Estly Hope that she May soon be Able to take up her bed and walk and return to Bellefonte entirely whole to be a Blessing to herself and Bellefonte reduced rates for the Pennsylvania Railroad company announces that commencing on february tickets will be sold to ministers of the gospel holding proper clerical at half this arrangement will apply to All tickets sold on the Pennsylvania Railroad lines East of Pittsburg and Erie As Well As to the lines West of so that a clergy Man May not Only be Able to secure a ticket at half fare Between any stations of Pittsburg and but May enjoy the same privilege in the Purchase of a ticket to col or inter mediate this Concession in the interest of so deserving a class is fresh evidence of the liberality of the Pennsylvania Kail and cannot fail to impress itself upon the appreciation of those whom it is designed to insinuation of the following officers of Tyrone Council Royal were installed on last monday evening past Jones Hamilton vice Wharton Robinson Owens Lingenfelter Ewing Stewart Walter Burley trus the ceremonies of installation were in the hands of James District Deputy grand accompanied by the following past officers pad others All members of Altoona Council Royal Arcanum presiding Stover Joseph jumped their about a month ago Charles Nau secured two Daniel Donnelly and Edward from the Huntingdon to work for him at his Tyrone the boys were on parole with Nau in whose charge they were to remain six their conduct having been they would be discharged from surveil Lance by the reformatory Donnelly was employed As Kitchen boy and Parker As monday Dur ing Naus absence the youths to k a Hasty leave of the hotel and the and their whereabouts Are Ati ii a if captured they will be obliged to re turn to the another the nipple problem published last week recalled another problem of his boyhood to a esteemed Herald read it is As follows a Young lady was driving geese Alors the High when a gentleman meet ing said Good morning to you and your 20 she answered i Haven 20 but if i had As Many morn As i and half As Many More than and two geese find it i should have just 20 How Many geese was she driving he Hus John superintendent of the Warren state Lunatic Hospital has resigned As a member of the chronic insane Hospital commission and governor Pattison appointed Alice Ben the medical department of the Norristown to the Curwen was one of the Best and brightest men on the commission and it was he who wanted the Hospital located near cinnamon kills ii sous Guriev after prolonged research and Experiment in Pasteur Chat Borland is reported to have come to the conclusion that no living germ of Dis ease can resist the Antiseptic Power of essence of cinnamon for More than a few it destroys microbes Asef festively if not As rapidly As corrosive use Tipton Coal mined Only by u i use tip Lon mined Only by k i Twenty fifth opening Tho department of the Young mens Christian association Welcome Vive Hundred the Pennsylvania Railroad depart ment of the Young mens Christian association of celebrated a memorable epoch in their history when at their new apartments in Flynn Block Friday they tendered their friends of this place and Vicinity a pleasant and highly auspicious opening As a social entertainment for the scores of and us a rejuvenating event for the As this reception was an Unal Loyed for several months past Batoh the general with the Hearty assistance of president Blair and the Young men of the organization has been engaged in perfect ing plans for throwing open to the Young men of the and especially the Railroad rooms where intellectual and physical Benefit might be How Well they have succeeded in their laudable undertaking was attested by the countless expressions of approval and Delight from those who enjoyed the privileges and exercises of the opening the Large number of invitations sent out met with general from six until ten Oclock Friday evening the spacious and handsomely fitted rooms were thronged with visitors who were kindly taken in charge by the and Given the Freedom of the apart the members of the association wore graciously and ably assisted by the Young ladies of the the latter met All guests at the in trance and by a warm reception at very beginning succeeded in making everybody feel abundantly from the cloak and the Reading rooms the visitors passed to the cosy office of the Secretary who was at his desk and received with want greetings All com there the guests placed their names upon the Register and passed to the other rooms to enjoy the further thoughtful hospitality of the Assoc a in the Southwest fitted excellently with various the tables were surrounded by players and Spectra the Southeast fronting on main Large and handsomely furnished As a was largely devoted to the programme As rendered Here was highly delightful selections rendered by the Tyrone choral Union comprising Allan John Gar and the Tyrone Banjo under the leadership of that accomplished musician and Frank won enthusiastic encores on the rendition of several pieces from their Melick was the recipient of marked Praise on the perfect rendition of Beautiful Soprano and Charles Clark who has a Rich Bass was at his very Charles in an artistic also rendered a difficult selection on the Tho Large concourse mingled and partook of the pleasures in a Hearty refreshments were on hand in and were admirably serv by the Young ladies of the Auxin in the gymnasium at North end of the All in nothing was lacking to qualify the Success of the and the five Hundred guests who partook of the generous hospitality of the association were Well repaid for their visit to the new and Complete apartments so Well adapted to advancing the Public the rooms Are so m in Meci Bitely at head of the stairs you enter a very comfortably fim shed Reading in this room can be seen All the illustrated periodicals us h As columbian exposition scr ilmers Magazine and cosmopolitan Nix Railroad Christian As published different places and the Young mens Era papers from All the rid Knoud denominations daily to Home from Philadelphia the it con and the Patriot from Harris i he Tribune from the Pius Ling dispatch the mail and express of new a Temperance the voice from new the american from p Loco motive Eiienne Erinio from new the railway a Ofrand the Tyrone times Are All received All of these papers Are on there is also in this room a writing desk equipped with All the necessary writing materials for the accommodation of the Mem this room is always open and free for All to from the Reading room to the left you eater a Small room costly titled which is used by the Irene a lit the vote his entire time for Tho Benefit of the association Ami Jioie he May found in you then pass into the room on the left of Tho Tolko which is used exclusively for the playing of1 innocent by crossing the Hall from the game room you enter a handsomely furnished parlor or reception room which fronts on main this room contains furniture of the finest handsome pictures an excellent Golby piano and to give it a More cosy appearance is a from Here you go through the spacious Hall into which every room to the extreme right of the building to the which occupies a very commodious Here May be found a horizontal parallel Chest rowing intercostal Indian clubs and dumb All of which Are for the Benefit of the Young mens physical this supplies a Long Felt want and already som of our Young men have had their names enrolled on association teem Ben hip on account of the Complete from the gymnasium a door enters into a medium sized room which is to be used is a it contains a Range and All the appliances necessary for Kitchen a Small space in Oie Corner of the room is partitioned off for a Bath this completes the list of which we think can favourably with any Christian association rooms in this part of the there Are at present about two Hun dred members enrolled and think within a years time the list will in creased to at least live Young Man Call around and see the rooms and be convinced that it pay you to become a member of the Penn Sylvania Railroad department Young mens Christian association of Church the sociable of the Young ladies Aid society of the presbyterian Church monday was a great financially and the pro gramme consisted of a by the choir piano miss Hamilton vocal misses Myers and Bowles instrumental misses Bowles and Miller Bass by Acklin chorus by the choir concluding with a duet by the misses one of the most interesting exercises of the was the history of the by miss Cora it gave a Clear and concise account of the magnificent work accomplished since its Organiza a Sample of the work the Penny Money last about one sixty pennies were Given out and As a result of it the sum of was four of the Young ladies made Over ten Dol Lars each from their one miss Lydia sic miss Mary Wallace miss Melissa Lindsay miss Annie and quite a number of others exceeded five Whei one looks at the work done and and results accomplished by this Active body of workers one cannot but Admire their untiring efforts and magnificent they Are to be heartily congratulated on their past work and we predict that their future will even sur pass the Good already Iloan of Trade Tho Tyrone Board of Trade held its meeting monday vice president Sholly occupied the chair and there was a fair attendance of the from the discussion of the evening it would appear that there is better Prospect Ihan for the establishment of a number of Small industries into which citizens of the town Are making inquiry with a View of beginning officers for the ensuing year were elected As follows Mccoy first vice Fisk Conrad second vice Sholly Boeck ing primer Board of Anderson and men who 11 All who oppose who never push their All who distrust Public spirited those who run Down the town to Thosa who show no hospitality to its Man who envy their neighbors their in who oppose everything that does not originate with who Wear Long faces when strangers of locating in the who refuse to subscribe towards the ing of schools and no think alloys Denisof theology sex Micir own Are w to find fault with All enterprises which they Are not Mii who never subscribe Adver Tise or in any Way patronize their y and Are always ready to find fault with everything it i Vas so much troubled with Catarrh it a piously my one Tot Ila of Elys Cream Balm did the my voice a fully pastor of the Olivet Baptist use Tipton mined Only by capital on regular it the natio i capital has a noway letter the role of the artful dodger is nothing new to democratic and what Ever May be the end of the farce comedy in which they Are now the audience which includes the entire will get lots of amusement out of the programme As arranged by stage manager Crisp was to have the committee on coinage and that on ways and Means have a pretended struggle for the right of Way in the House for their and was to be kept up Long enough to make certain that the free coinage Bill would be thrown Over to the next thus allowing the democrats to ask the votes of the free coinage men because of their to pass the and the votes of the ant Silver men because of their intention to defeat the first act went according to pro after the curtain fell it was discovered that actor Bland pro posed making the struggle real and insisting upon the passage of his free coinage and to the consternation of the stage manager and his assistants it was found that he had a majority of the democrats of the with in Black and then catch Ings was sent so As to prevent the on rules holding a and As soon As he returned speaker Crisp went to fortress where he now is and where the opponents of free Silver wish to keep him until Bland and his followers can be persuaded to carry out the original Bland is he says we do not intend that a minority shall run Over a majority in that and we have a majority in favor of the Silver the Silver Bill will not be kept Down by the Tariff and if any such attempt is made we will talk Silver on every Bill that comes before the and offer Tho Silver Bill As an amendment to every Bill taken they cant padlock a mans Mouth or prevent bringing up the question of free and if they try it they will make Silver the biggest Issue of the they constantly referred to by Bland Are the ninety ant Silver demo who want Silver to go Over in the interest of Cleveland the ant Silver having secured More than the requisite number of Sig natures to a Call for a caucus have re Quested Holman to Issue therall and he has promised to do so this but that will not help the matter any More than the caucus held by the Silver men several weeks As neither Side will be bound by a at least that is what they it is announced that the ways and Means committee will Call up the three free Trade Bills on the first of but it is not probable that they will do so unless some sort of an agreement is made with the Silver Congress is to meet again but As the Chicago excursion lists will not return until there will be no quorum until the president has been compelled to cancel a number of engagements made for this week on account of a severe cold from which he is he is anxious to get away to some quiet place Tor three or font Days but there Are so Many matters requiring his attention that it is not certain ii Cui do so just unless his physician positively orders him to do the Bill passed by the Senate extend in the present Laws against chinese immigration for ten years from next also contains a provision to enable the Treasury department to get around the recent judicial decisions concerning the country from which the chinese immigrants and to return them to instead of the last country from which they As it has recently been compelled to do under Tho aforesaid the Bill also pro Vides severe penalties for the return of chinamen once sent out of the United Guy Holmes monday evening at about 11 Guy son of Aud Ernina died at the Home of his parents on East Juniata of dish aged 8 8 months and 17 the Little fellow had been a suf Ferer from the dread disease for the past week or a loved one gone whose place can never be the bereaved Parent shave the sympathy of the entire Short funeral services were held at the House tuesday afternoon at two which were conducted by the interment followed in the Tyrone Cem the highest the highest railway in the world is the new Alpine called the Bren Zier it is feet High at the Summit Aud is 223 feet higher ban the i hit us Hill Oulu i desire to take this Opportunity to voice the sentiments of the department of the Young mens Chris Tian association of and tender our Heartfelt thanks to the kind people1 of Tyrone for their Hearty cooperation and sympathy in aiding us by their efforts and presence at our opening reception tendered last Friday words Are inadequate to speak of our we will not dwell at the Many words of Praise and commendation expressed by everyone pres ent go to prove that our efforts were Well at such times it is Cus Tomary to tender Praise and kind words to that least deserve such it seemed to the if through my feeble efforts i was used to Gladden the hearts that were in Well May it i believe this association is More indebted to the ladies auxiliary than All other efforts for with them rested largely the blessings of the even and the various committees tilled their respective Ollices president vice president miss Jennie Secretary cd Irnan of the reception and her Force of assistants did remark ably in the crowded chairman of the refreshment with her Force of assistants proved to those that were entertained in the refresh Merit prior that the inner Man needed not to miss Lydiia chairman of the decoration com was mule to be in attendance of account of much to our re yet the Beauty of our spoke of Good taste and much chairman of the music displayed Good taste and ability in her line and Here we desire to extend out thanks to the or Banjo and those who rendered Melick and Clark for their willingness to assist us in this feature of the miss Josephine chairman of the literary in favor us in our on Friday on account of the manner in which our reception was this part of the programme had to be masters George Stevens Aud Eddie 1 who did the checking of wraps in the cloak did remarkably Well considering the impatience of the waiting ones who were More than anxious to be i believe no one lost anything save a Ladys Light Beaver if such is please bring it to the association where it will be restored to the in conclusion As before the department of the Young mens Christian association tender their thanks to every one that assisted them in their opening very general a Childs an exhibition of Domestic valuable relics and antique Handi work was held at the its purpose was to Aid the boys formerly belonging to the to equip themselves for a Temperance Ca the admission of five cents was charged and the proceeds to be used in town not to be carried off by acting companies whose sole influence is to excite Youthful brains for the Temperance women do not care to complain of poor attendance but they cannot help wondering Why people pre Fer chaff to wheat in amusements for their while the museum was of Humble pretentious yet articles there Wero Worth careful observation because of information to the school Lioy and if repeated it is hoped More of the friends will Lugo need not to prevent Blue from fading add an ounce of sugar of Lead to a pail of and soak the material in the solution for two then let it dry before being washed Aud this is Good for All shades of Charles of Osceola entered upon the duties of commercial travelling last and his Many Tyrone friends will wish Success in lie represents Harvey tobacco of Hughesville Furni Ture of and the Eagle handle of Mountain a 8ure cure for thing piles arc known by moisture like causing intense itch ing when this form As Well As bleeding or yield at onco to Bosanko pile which acts directly on parts absorbs allays itching and affects a permanent drug Jehu of circulars sold by Smith and j Smith
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