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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Tyrone by february Twenty eighth capital news from National Headquarters by our own a Cleveland is lieu boy who played ghost to Fri Bis Village companions and got a ducking trom Only he Hast got l is ducking yet but fear of it keeps cold chills playing hide and seek up and Down Bis the Afore shirt boy thought Bis companions would be scaled out of their wits when they saw him wrapped in a carrying an illuminated pumpkin strolling around the darkest of the Judi so Cleveland thought the Republic Cairn in Congress would be frightened of t Theli wits when he trotted oat his f extra the extra session ghost was duly trotted Cleveland having caused his friends to give it out coming straight from him if the hawaiian Cable amendment was not struck from tha diplomatic and consular appropriation Bill he i ii id veto that Bill that if the Mills to the sundry civil appropriation repealing All Laws for the Iowne of or any other Finan Cial amendment objectionable to him was put upon that or any other Bill he would veto and that he had almost Murte p his mind to Call an extra ses Sion senator speak ing for his Republican said that an extra session ought to be called any so that Congress might have an Opportunity to investigate that remarkable Bond negotiated by clevnland8 former Law which gave a european Syndicate an immedi ate profit of on an invest ment of about not to men Tion interest in excess to is paid by Bonds issued by even such insignificant countries As and Htit nothing would please the re publicans More than to have it called ii is More than doubtful whether Cleveland Ever really wished that con Gress would do or leave something in soon to be exas usual when Are nominated for other offices ransoms nomination was confirmed without the formality of a committee done to make an extra session necessary and it is certain that his wishes have been directly contrary since senator Chandlers Plain he realizes that with the present state of feeling against him an Early extra with the House overwhelmingly Republican and the Senate might result in his and it an extra session will have to be called be would like to put it off As Long As Possi to give the people a Chance to for get that disgraceful Bond w Ith Only one week of life left there is Little probability of any legislation by Congress except that which May be put through As amendments to appropriation although the House under orders from the White by a party refused to accept the Senate hawaiian Cable Amend it May have to do As Sena tors stand firmly by that amendment and insist that if it int accepted the Bill will there will be some very interesting debate in the Senate this week upon the numerous financial amendments to the sundry civil appropriation among which Are the Gorman amendment authorizing the Secretary of the treas Ury to Issue 3 per cent loan certificates to meet the which Secretary Carlisle insists will not exist the Mills amendment repealing All Laws for the Issue of Bonds the Wolcott Amend ment authorizing the president upon the request of one or More european nations to appoint three commissioners to in International monetary the House and Senate each to designate a like and the amendment tiding for the payment of the unpaid sugar Bounty on the crop of 1893 and for the payment of eight tenths of one cent a Pound on the crop of 1894 if the Mills amendment int adopted it will be because the republicans will not Al Low it to notwithstanding the be trayal of the Trust which inspired the offering of the the one democratic congressman who can look Back upon his record in the present House with Price is Daniel Sickles of new he Baa by his voice and his vote proven that a Man Mav Call himself a demo crat and still be a patriotic american in every sense of the he has been too Good a Patriot to follow his party leaders in their ill treatment of Ameri can industries and of Bis old comrades in arms or in the endorsement of the shameful hawaiian policy of the and after the fourth of March he will retire to private and he will carry with him the Good wishes of All True Chester the Man who Defeated Jerry Simpson for is spending Bis honeymoon in washing ton and is regular in his attendance upon the sittings of the he says he wishes to familiarize himself with the routine of Bis future when Cleveland nominated sen Ator Ransom to be minister to Mexico be disappointed Many members of the Philip Collins Philip familiarly known throughout the state As Phil and widely known As a Railroad con died at his Home in Ebensburg saturday evening at the deceased had been ill for More than a sciatic rheumatism and a complication of diseases keeping him closely for several months of this time he was forced to lie in scarcely Able to As a result of Rheuma but otherwise he appeared to be As vigorous As in earlier Phil Collins was a magnificent specimen of physical he was erect and of commanding appear he was born in Munster town 1821 and was there fore 74 years of age at the time of his death his parents came to Munster township from Philip being t e of Large number of children born to they were poor in Early life Phil met with sue himself and his younger now of associating with him in the building of rail roads for the Pennsylvania Railroad then in the infancy of its they accumulated Large for tunes in this about 18789 they lost their entire fortunes in the celebrated brazilian Railroad contract the history of this mis Fortune with which they met is still fresh in the minds of the suffice it to say that the brazilian government tailed to raise the Money necessary to the Road the whole scheme finally dragging its weary length through the English courts and at length utterly nothing in Phil and Tom continued in the Railroad contracting Busi Ness and recouped their Phil amassing enough to place him in com fort and by reason of Safe invest the Public schools have a special program for the 1 the Tyrone Public schools honoured the memory of George Washington Friday in a highly interesting Ner and received Many lessons of patriotism that were impressive and will be each of the Twenty four a queer the latest swindling scheme is one perpetrated by a person giving her name As Edna and residence Kane miss brow sent out letters stating that she was a poor and but that if she could secure Aid that she could go to a surgical Institute and be therefore she asked the person to whom the letter was acquiring worlds quite a lot of this the engine from a spark tue roof of the House occupied by Joshua Cox on Washington Avenue caught fire tuesday morning be tween 9 and 10 Oclock the alarm was Given and the firemen hurried to their but before they reached the House the fire waa a Small Hole in the roof Only being As the citizens engine was making the turn from tenth Street to proceed up Logan Avenue it upset almost on the Corner at Crawford hardware the Thomas was thrown heavily to the icy Street but he held to the lines and controlled the horses till help Oue of his shoulders is pretty badly George Wolf and Charles Metier were standing in the Coal and they were both thrown to the ground i u considerable Wolf sliding some Dis Tance on the Bis head almost strik ing a big his Side will Likely be sore for a few Days from the scraping it punch want Hurt but when his ponderous form struck the hard ground the guttural sound which Tol Lowed could be heard half a Square the rear Axle of the engine was considerably and one of its spindles was also badly the stack was knocked off and badly battered up the Eugue sustained other alight dam but the pumping apparatus and other delicate parts Are thought not to a the horses not having been worked very Bard Are full of and their Speed was considerably greater than the Driver had intended when the turn was made at t he huckster Fineburg gathered up the Coal which was scattered schools had its special and All the teachers and pupils took great in Terest in and final production during yesterday every room was appropriately decorated which gave Force to the Declama flags and pictures were tastefully arranged on the and on Many of the blackboards were Well executed figures such As drawn by pupils by the use of coloured Chalk representing the National All the rooms were pretty and some were very the taste displayed in the arrangement of the being highly creditable to teacher and in the higher schools the pro Grams consisted of while the Little folks were Given More simple the music in All the schools was a Good feature and the smaller scholars particularly were lost to everything about them when Render ing a familiar patriotic every room had its visitors and some of them were crowded by interested parents and which added to the interest and was encouraging to the debates occurred in six of the in the High school the question Washington was a greater statesman than was discussed and decided in favor of the in is the question whom should american people bold in higher Washington or Lincoln the judges tied in their in the same school capital punishment is justifiable was discussed and decided in the in 17 the question monthly examinations in schools Are not profitable was decided in the in the decision wad Given to the negative on the question Washington was a greater Man than in the same school a con test recitation was decided in favor of Helen More is Learned by study than by travel in 15 went to the affirmative in room Adams Avenue the question the memory of Washington can be better perpetuated by opening the schools on his birthday than by closing them was decided in favor of the addressed to enclose ten or More can celled Stamps to her scheme Baa worked not Only from a cancelled stamp but from a financial the total number of Stamps received being while in Cash has also been forwarded to and she is not a a Tyrone lady who was sympathetic u to Render her share of Aid bands us the following which is a copy of the letter sent out by miss who is now in the hands of the Post office authorities a medical Institute of has offered to treat a Young lady in one would collect one million cancelled and we have started this Chain a Bri Charles Richard Mcmillan and Carrie Hughes Stewart at the mansion of and Samuel Calhoun at Tyrone on thursday their second Carrie and Charles Richard of Lewis plighted their and were in which we ask your air make three copies of this changing Date and putting next higher number at the numbering Ali the same and sign your own return this letter with ten or More cancelled Stamps to Edna Kane also the names of the three to whom you have and they Are asked to do the although this May seem a Small yet any one breaking the Chain May involve great loss to the the person receiving the number 60 will please return the letter without making any copies As that ends the any one not wishing to do this will please return the letter to Misc Brown that we May know that the Chain is not the names of the debaters appeared in a former issues of the altogether the work in the various schools of Tyrone was profitable to the Pupil in a patriotic sense and As a it they got away with last monday William the was exactly fort seven years older stun he was the Day he was born Way Back in he has a wife and several daughters who take a Good bit of interest in the old they often have fun with but last night they took occasion to smear it on a Little thicker than it being the anniversary occasion of his the tricks they play behind his Back Are innocent but there is lots of life in monday nights joke was put up in the shape of a Surprise a lot of friends were invited to the Comfort Able fifteenth Street where they arrived before the proprietor put in an appearance from his place of daily toil and one of Bis who does business next door to the meat accompanied Pap Home and if she did she pretty nearly let the cat pronounced Man and it was a Brilliant guests to the number of two were present from Phil to and other the mansion was brilliantly illuminated and taste fully decorated for the occasion and the spacious rooms amply accommodated the in the North parlor where the ceremony was to take at the appointed half after seven the officiating pastor of the birding Ham presbyterian took Bis place before the kneeling and As the wedding March sounded its stately and Happy the bridal party approached with tread to its Down the ribbon bound to their leading the party Wera the Ushers who were Calhoun of Tyrone of Philadelphia of Delaware and b of the Best Man was Henry of brother of pre ceding the Bride and maids were the pretty Little Flower misses mar Garet Stewart and Virginia who were Clad in White Muslin and carried baskets of White then followed the misses Jean Ette Margaret Hamill and Gussie and the maid of Honor miss Betty the latter wore a gown of Pink Satin covered with French oru Audy and trimmed at the shoulders with Pink and the bridesmaids were attired in similar last to approach were the Bride and her the Bride was surpassing saturday the entertainment Given at the opera Bouse on saturday evening under the auspices of Matthews was a very pleasing consider ing that lie performers Are All amateurs the various parts were c editable sus at half past eight Oclock the curtain Rose and a pretty scene was be fore the eyes of the it constituted nearly the entire company neatly arranged on the stage whren dered a chorus entitled cheerfulness in Good quickly following this came the grand operatic which was Well performed by misses Trout and Farber on two after this Katharine and from the Shak Perean comedy taming of the shrew was miss May who bad the leading proved herself equal to the she was quite at Home on the stage and played her part her Ambrose who played the part of performed very credit and like Bis sister presented a Fine appearance on the Farran who had the part of lather of had the air of a i guided old gentleman and sustained his part very John who had the character of Hor is a due looking Young Man in stage costume and sustained his part Frank who played both biondello and the Taylor took Good care of the work assigned and came out whole at the end of the his Charley who had the part of is Well fitted for just such a character and took Excel Lent care of the place assigned music master Henry Carney looked Well and performed miss Liose Mary Vogt As Bianca performed with the greatest and miss Jennie me Canu As was also Graceful and took Good care of her masters mat Zerbe and Rainelli in their Sev Colling a lifelong resident of Porter town Huntingdon died at Bis residence on the old where he spent Bis near on saturday morning aged about 57 his death was quite sudden and rather Aud is attributed to Brights disease from which he was a he was an honoured member of the Community in which be spent his a member of the Presby Terian congregation at Alexandria and a Good and useful besides Bia be is survived by four Ida and Oue of shavers also together with three Sis of Aud who makes her Home with and James of to the funeral services were held tuesday at and were conducted by his interment in version from the routine and the interest taken demonstrated the Wisdom of preparing special programs for the anniversary occasion of the birth of patriotic impressions were made that will be lasting with the pupils and Many visitors received Les sons that will doubtless make them even More Loyal citizens than they were besides the special Benefit de Rived from these exercises yesterday there will be of break in time till the end of the school term which will occur on the 29th of had yesterday been skipped the term would have extended till the second of causing another break on the 30th of a Little Blace Soliday about 9 Oclock sunday evening from the heat of a lamp sitting of a table in the Kitchen of barbels House on tenth a window curtain caught fire and in a Momenta time the whale window seemed to be in a sex the girl knocked the lamp off the table to the floor and broke spread ing the Oil Over the which quickly ignited and made things not Only serious but interesting for a Little the Domestic giving the the doctor ran to the Kitchen and proceeded to Jerk things around in a succeed ing in getting control of the flames pretty but not before the window curtains and blinds were All and much damage done to the Kitchen a table is minus two its the result of one of the doctors Quick but the balance of the furniture is Able to stand Burket was out at the but arrived Home in time to see the Kitchen in its demoralized Condi the alarm was Given Aud a pretty big crowd soon while the firemen were getting in shape for Busi but fortunately Aid was not had the fire gotten a Start of a few minutes the Fine Home of and Burket would in All probability have been in ashes out of the bag by her giggling Over the Tun in the Boss didst know a thing about the affair till be opened the door of Bis then he very soon comprehended the and joined in the proceedings with All his he Ever bad a sort of outwitted expression on his face for awhile but that wore away in due his friends bad provided a lot of and that tickled him As much As did the first pair of pants his Mother made for with pockets in when be was a he says his wife knows How to get up great big dinners and so and in that the guests of the evenings party fully agree with him they had lots of the family Rue and his Good wife were among the number and it is said they bad just As much fun As the rest of the they didst stay All night but it is certain they didst have a full night left for sleep when they got no ashes Are whiter than those of and few things Burn out the Man who depends of Luck generally finds that it passed just ahead of an unknown my Good the have you Ever stopped to think How much Money is wasted each year for tobacco i answered the its Takin All me time just now to Figger How Many poor families could be supported off the Price of the extra cloth women puts in their advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Post office Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the office for two weeks without being called after being Are held weeks Aud if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter office at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the week ending saturday february 23 Mary David e Bertha Wertz misses Katie hones George when called for please say Coal statement of Coal Ami other freights sent Over Tyrone division for the week exiling Tont for the same time last previously during same time last total in same time 4 474 Ochbb f miscellaneous dressed in heavy White Duchesse Satin bound with corded and she waa enveloped in a veil of tulle clasped in front with a four leafed Clover studded with pearls and Dia a gift from the arrived before the officiating clergy Man the party formed in semicircle and the Groom received his the impressive ring ceremony was observed after which the couple Knelt and received the Blessing of him in whose name they were joined the ceremony and mrs me Millan were Long obliged to submit to the Hearty showers of congratulations trom the Large the guests then mingled in social re congratulated the Happy Aud admired the display of gifts which them selves occupied a Large so numer Ous were and most graciously adorned the so Beautiful were soon after the ceremony the wedding collation was the bridal parly occupying a table in the dining delicately decorated with choicest while the Large company of guests were served hospitably and Wel in their chosen nooks throughout the spacious House the Tyrone band appeared about eleven Oclock and treated the Happy couple to a the evening was spent pleasantly by All fast line East at 12 25 stopped at the forges to take away the newly married pair who were escorted to the train with ringing of and showers of they went East Tor their honeymoon tour from which they will return to Lewistown where they will the Heartiest that Fate May be More than kind to follow them Aud in these felicitations the Herald sincerely the Bride is a Noble Young she is gifted with intelligence blessed with those higher Virtues and endearing qualities of the True Christian that she will bean affectionate truly a help none can who know her Superior the Groom can have no loftier ambition than to be worthy of her to whom be has been Mcmillan is a rising Young Man in Bis that of civil will doubtless make his Mark in the eral minor parts acquitted themselves very there were no and every part was perfectly committed to the Young people evidently had Given much time Aud care to Prepa William Cullen rendered two Bari tone vocal Cullen is an accomplished musician and highly entertained the during the even ing miss Minnie who is a Good performed a piano and John who is becoming an expert rendered a Solo be the program closed with Therese Waltzes by rendered by an orchestra of five ladies and eight it is a Fine piece of music and was elegantly the entertainment lasted about two hours and the Large audience was very pleasantly the costumes were very Fine and added Beauty and freshness to the handsome ladies and gentlemen who wore besides those mentioned misses k and masters Gates and participated in the those forming the opening Ohms were misses my and Bai Uelli and the orchestra rendering the closing number was com posed of the following persons masters Sholly master Jones miss Rainelli master Vogt miss Sharp misses me Mccann he is studious Aud faithful his at present be is assistant supervisor at Lewistown for the Penn Sylvania Railroad company in whose employ be has been since Lea Vine Mav the lives of and Mcmillan a 70 landlords House leases for Sale at the Herald a Happer Man is he who uses red Flag Oil for Rheu Toothache and chronic its a remedy which cures every try 25 cents red Flag Oil is sold at Holmes drug the new store room in the Berlin Block on tenth Street will be occupied about March let by miss Lizzie Mccloskey with a full line of ladies and childrens furnishing loses at the Herald Katie Kichard dead miss Katie sister of Martin known to Many Herald died at the family Home in Harrisburg on the night of the 20th inst she bad been suffering for about five months with a complication of the last Organ to be affected was the says the Harrisburg Call the deceased was in her 20th she was and had been for Many years a faithful and consistent member of Market Square presbyterian a of her family were with her when she died except a before her death she was spoken to concerning the possible fatal result of her her reply was that she was resigned and ready to go when the master it is no exaggeration to that if Katie Richards bad any enemies in this world they were unknown to she was an kind lady and a Loving and Dutiful whose loss will be Felt by the funeral occurred on Friday last a Calvary Chapel services were conduct by at Harrisburg t hoods pills cure liver bilious Ness a pleasant All or

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