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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania E by january Twenty eighth i capital news from National Headquarters by our own extra session Bugaboo was raised by the administration democrats to frighten hesitating democrats into supporting the Carlisle currency Bill and to deter republicans from placing obstacles in the Way of any legislation approved by the administration but like the Genii released from the the Bug Aboo has grown so great that it threat ens to overshadow everything the question of the calling of an extra ses Sion of which was first considered merely in a has now nearly reached the must be if something is not done by Thi Congress to Stop the Drain of Gold from the and there int one Chance in a thousand that anything will be it will not be a matter of Choice with he will have to Call the Republican Congress together in order to get something very Hittle Hope is now entertained by any Democrat that the Carlisle cur Rency Bill will be passed by the House in its present shape and not much that it will be passed in any and none whatever that it will be passed by the but the Ablest Finan Ciers in Congress All agree in saying v that if the currency Bill were to become a Law tomorrow it would do the treas Ury move harm than even Secretary who is willing to pose As author of the admits that it would not help the Treasury for sometime to come and that he a not altogether certain that it Ever meanwhile the Drain on the Gold in the Treasury continues and the receipts of the government continue to be much less than its these facts have aroused the republicans to the necessity of formulating a plan for Laai Slation at the extra session would much prefer having until next Decem Ber to think about but True to the traditions of the party they will be found ready to do their duty when Ever called i it can be stated on High authority the republicans in the Senate have no idea of shielding the democrats from any of the popular disapproval they have earned since they controlled All branches of the several Republican senators May when the urgency appropriation Bill gets before the to have the appropriation for the collection of income tax struck out of that but will not be supported by any considerable number of nothing would please the democrats who have realized what a mistake the income tax chief of whom is More than to have Republican senators defeat the appropriation for the collection of that that would enable the democratic party to play its favorite and usual double faced role a another Campaign states where the income tax is popular it would claim to have imposed the tax and would charge the republicans with having prevented its being and in states where the tax was unpopular it would Point out the failure to appropriate Money to enforce the Law As its own act those Are some the reasons Why republicans will Aid getting that appropriation through rather than join in putting obstructions in its the troubles growing out of the re peal of the reciprocity clause of the me Kinney Tariff Law have Only just begun As the administration is now finding France and Austria have unofficially intimated their intention to Fol Low the example of Spain and retaliate Ripon the United states if some modify cation of the sugar schedule of the Tariff Law cannot be there in the slightest probability that any modification can be gotten through Congress at this session the Outlook for More retaliation is too f senator of is being harshly criticized for having said that no site should be purchased for a new government printing unless con Gress would agree to buy the Mabone senator Cameron is understood to be financially in the Mahone january 8 has been set for the hear ing of arguments on the demurrer filed by the department of Justice in the sit brought to test the constitutionality the income if the demurrer be sustained and the suit be thrown of on the technicalities Steps of the beginning of a new suit again which those technicalities will not coup will at once be representative Tom o although himself a Democrat that so far As the financial system f the country is the demo stats in Congress Are All eligible of membership m a club of which he which makes the Only requisite for joining a failure t any other it is being whispered around in inside that Cleveland lost Faith in in the Carlisle currency Bill and that he and has so expressed himself to a personal that the republicans would get up a Bill that would be More satisfactory to him and to the he May or May not have done but there can be no doubt of the ability of the republicans to get up a better new system of superintendent of the Public schools of new has introduced a new system of grading pupils which has been in successful opera Tion in that City for two he believed that in the manner of grading and promoting was to be found the weakest Point in our Public schools and is system is the result of special study f the his object is to do away Ith the ironclad system of yearly rades Aud to give something More this is attempted by removing be cause and dividing each Grade into mall according to with it a Short interval Between the classes that pupils May easily pass from lass to As they Are one feature of the new ays pm is the abolition of the examination looked Forward to with dread by eachers and his reasons Tor linking the final examination is not est for the children Are Given at length u the forthcoming Pennsylvania school arid May be briefly stated As allows it is to teat of memory rather than of it May show some things the Upil does but does not show what the Pupil does it destroys and prevents Broad and intelligent teach makes out of the teacher a grind and turns out machine it orces Many to take far More than they a grasp or understand and causes Many o leave it brings unnecessary mental worry to the nervous Onea who if ten fail to while the less worthy it is a great temptation to de it demands one third More time Imti is necessary to give As much knowl f and better it does not put a Premium Aipou the work done Day by during the but upon the amount of stuffing that can be done at the end of the it is the cause and bulwark of the attempted uniformity and the great obstacle in he Way of such a system of As will make possible to suit the to it is for every teacher knows before what the result of the examination should for these we believe the final examination is a moral injustice to the Pupil and one of the worst educational psychological and should be abandoned for some system similar to that now in use in this Robert Petti t Robert Pettit died in Philadelphia on saturday evening of born Robert Ellmaker Pettit was 48 years old last after completing his graduating with Honor from the polytechnic College in he entered the services of the Pennsylvania in which he held various from that of a ro1 Roan in the engineering corps to superintendent of the main line Between Philadelphia and Pitts after having served the Railroad for a of a he retired and spent several years in travel in the the Topography of Eastern countries was his special Corea in the records of his travels there having since been compiled by with sketches Aud photographs taken by Pettit while connected with the Tyrone division As assistant Engineer from 1874 to was married to miss Maggie second daughter of the late of she died ten years leaving two Sarah Aud who sur Vive their who is also survived by one Henry an Emi nent the remains were interred in the govenor elects Bluff during the stay of governor elect Hastings Aud his family in Bis residence at belief one of the quest in that will be occupied by a Young attorney who will shortly take unto himself a this will be under an agreement made by general Hastings the Day after the election when he said if you will get married you May occupy my House rent free do rim my sojourn in now it so happened that who is the Junior member in Hastings Law is not Only but the Day had already been though the general did not know and to receive an offer of that kind was just in that gentleman and he at once proceeded to convince the future governor that the question of his marriage was but a Brief the general will keep Bis reserving Only the right to spend two or three months during the summer season As their a broken word Oak never be nearly on fourth the deaths of 1891 occurred in the number of deaths which occurred in Tyrone during the year 1894 was a remarkably Small mortality for a town of this though the number is not so Small As it was last ear when Only sixty five deaths were during the month of july there were Nineteen nearly one fourth the total number for the and the largest mortality Ever recorded for one month in the history of following is the mortuary list for 1894 wife of Van pet of aged 36 1 month and 20 2 Ella daughter of George and Agnes fatally aged 1 5 months and 21 Maria Ann of old aged 81 9 months Aud 14 of consume aged 54 4 months and 3 Days of aged 78 years and 5 Earl of aged 8 months and 20 wife of David of aged 32 5 months and 7 Jan of aged 68 2 months and 20 spastic aged 16 feb of aged 68 years and 8 daughter of George and Mary of aged 5 months and 10 wife of James of nervous aged 19 7 months and 6 son of and Mary of aged 5 of complication of aged 48 3 months and 15 wife of John of complication of aged 32 10 months and 20 of old aged 6 months and May rupture of blood aged 21 years and 6 May daughter of Elmer and Florence of inflammation of the aged 10 months May daughter of George of aged 6 10 months and 24 May daughter of William Annie of whooping aged 4 months and 14 May daughter of William and Annie of whooping aged 4 months and 15 May son of James Ross Aud aged 10 june son of swollen Berger and of inflammation of the aged 7 months and 4 june of heart aged 68 3 Mouths and 28 june of aged 84 2 months and 23 june son of Walter of Scarlet aged 6 7 months Aud 22 june son of Derman and of cholera aged 1 june wife of William of aged 42 4 months and 29 june son of and Hattie of cholera aged 5 months and and 26 june wife of Elmer of aged 27 1 month and 1 july daughter of John Miller and of aged 10 7 months and 2 july abscess of aged 34 6 months and 9 july of heart trouble and aged 70 2 months and 13 july daughter of John Carling and of cholera aged 10 july Catharine of aged 72 july Stephen of typhoid 30 months and 22 july Catharine of old aged 82 years and 1 july son of Dan iel and Verna of congestion of the aged 5 months and 26 july daughter of and Carlotta Walker of cholera aged 5 months and 24 july son of and Martha killed on the aged 15 8 months and 17 july daughter of Freeman and of cholera inf Antum aged 4i july 22lettie wife of of aged 21 6 months and 7 july Horace of kidney aged 57 years and 4 july son of smothered in a Corn aged 5 july daughter of John and Rebecca of cholera aged 10 july son of Ful Bert of blood aged 84 9 months and 27 july daughter of and Clara of cholera aged 11 months Aud 16 july of old aged 86 6 months and 8 july son of George Miller and of aged 1 year and 5 aug of congestion of the aged 71 2 months and 25 son of and Bertha of cholera aged 8 months and 6 daughter of Daniel and Emaline of Scarlet aged 16 5 months and 5 son of Daniel and Emaline of Scarlet aged 6 11 months and 7 daughter of Harry and Kate of cholera aged 6 months and 11 daughter of Dickson and aged 1 daughter of David and Marila of whoop ing aged 1 3 months and 14 daughter of Gilbert and Laura of effects of drinking aged 2 years and 20 son of Harry and Lizzie of aged 4 of complication of aged 60 of Daniel and Emalina of aged 12 1 month and 11 son of Andrew and Isabella of aged 2 of Jacob White and of aged 1 son of Joseph and Sarah a of aged 7 9 months and 6 Margaret of aged 67 years and 20 son of Edward and Lizzie of Membranous aged 6 11 Mouths and 22 adopted son of Stewart Cowen and burned aged 2 1 month Aud 3 son of Rufus and Bertha of cholera aged 6 daughter of Jesse and Emma of aged months and 14 wife of George of aged 57 aged 21 8 months and 29 daughter of John and Jennie of aged 6 s months and 18 of drop aged 43 10 months and 29 nov son of John and Frances typhoid aged 20 1 month and William of aged 34 1 month and 1 daughter of George and Katie of aged 1 Doran son of Edward Nolan and of inflammation of the aged 21 daughter of David Irwin and of spinal aged 8 10 months Aud 10 Amelia of cancer of the aged 72 7 months and 26 Charles of ased 29 years and 6 daughter of George and Annie of a de 4 years Aud 8 daughter of John and Jennie of inflammation of the aged 22 4 months and 7 Bec api tul new years entertainment by the a Church and the go of deaths in 9 3 ii to it to 2 2 6 8 19 10 5 4 3 7 a the Academy tuesday night was very Well filled on the occasion of the entertainment Given by the african Church and Post the therefore was very the portion of the net Cash belonging to the Church will go into the building fund of that society and that belonging to the Post will go into the Charity or memorial hence those who contributed by purchasing tickets for the entertain ment May know their Money was used for Good purposes in the the entertainment opened with an overture by miss Nellie White and Thompson and u s which was altogether creditable to the Camp scene by the Post came next and of course inter ested the audience very Beyers Mill mule had a prominent part in this part of the show and made lots of that is a great animal and he never was in a position to show up to greater advantage than on the stage last even of course the old comrades knew just what to do when playing Soldier in Camp and that is Why their acting is the next a piano Solo by miss White was first and pleased the while the sixteen voices in the Jubilee selection was excellent and the audience insisted on a second selection before the general alarm by the Post was in boys bad a Sham Battle which was productive of an exciting time for a Little a vocal Solo by Smith showed that he has Given much time to music in that the recitation by Ukkerd was roundly applauded and seeds in Hia comic role was at himself and had to say a second speech before the was allowed to As the first number in the second part an instrumental duet was per formed by Willis and who Are very and had to Render the second and third selection before the audience would be next was a Solo by with a Quartetti Echo Back of the Ukkerd was heartily applauded and had to appear a second another Good chorus by the Jubilee to hopi the awkward squad with Corpora Panan As vocalist created lots of fun for the from Jimmy Grady Down or just As you the boys All proved themselves awkward enough two solos on the zither by Toms were highly a recitation by miss Mary Garner showed that she had taken great care in preparing for her part of the another highly pleasing chorus by Church people then came Friedly with a number of Calls of the snare which were exceptionally Good and were vociferously applauded by the appreciative after this John Thomas marched out from behind the scenery amid an outburst of applause that indicated the High esteem in which be is held by the people of this comm his military Bow to the Audi ence sustained him in the reputation be bears As a Man Well up in the place be has so Long occupied in the National guard he made a great hit and was applauded at the end of every verse in his he answered the Call for a second but be knew it was late and answer the demand for a third As a finale to the program that pop ular song marching through Georgia was Well rendered by the full chorus company while the Post illustrated it and made lots of fun for that mule appearing again in As com plete form As if he had had a stage experience of half a True to faithful to the regular meeting of Friendship Hook and ladder company held tues Day evening the following officers were elected for the new year Conrad Erst vice Wertz second vice Charles Thomas third vice William Troutwine treas w killer Samuel Mckinney financial William Mcnelis chief Phil lips assistant Bruce Edward Bruce Zane Bell Heater Delegate to state Heater Al Zane Bell delegates to Borough a Christ mrs Day Ever since Herman Howe has shaken the dust of Juniata county from his feet and numbered himself among the citizens f Tyrone he has had a desire to enjoy a Blair county so Frank Heverly agreed to be his partner and guide for a Day of spore in the christmu3 being the Day selected for the the prey that these Voung nimrods had in and still have largely in was and the slight fall of Snow monday evening promised a Good tracking carpet the following both Young men looked Forward to the sport with eager they discussed their prospective movements Aud swapped experiences until late monday when just before their meeting adjourned for the her Man asked where Are we going to Morrow Frank replied that they would go upon the Mountain near Gard Ner station Are there any bears there asked the Juniata county vet then Frank grow bears were Small Fry in comparison with the representatives of the animal kingdom which he said might be found in the Gardner he told of the Maia circus Accident and the liberated the scampering wild Ani Many of which were still at Large and thus painted in glowing colors the Opportunity presented at that particular place for a exciting Herman listened with All attention to but made Little next morning at the Early hour set for the departure of the Frank was promptly on Herman want and be Hast yet shown up at the place appointed for Frank went Hunting just the even if he was obliged to go it he Felt satisfied that he could secure some and indeed he did return with three bunnies victims to his he told some Gigantic tales of the big Rabbit tracks he according to his Story they were larger than any Rabbit tracks he had Ever before heard or it is a pity he did not bring some of the tracks Home to prove his but were they Rabbit tracks Frank saw we have a notion that Hiram Friday had been up in that Region collecting and Franks Rabbit tracks were Likely in the identical spots where Hiram deaths in 1894 81 it u to it u k u 1893 1892 1891 1890 1889 65 104 106 56 68 1888 70 74 52 44 51 48 31 about Selling the owner of a cider Mill in Bradford disposed of some of the surplus Stock which had become subsequently he was charged with violating the Law As to the Sale of intoxicants and in expound ing the Law the judge said the act of As Sembly in prohibiting the Sale of liquor without makes no mention of but prohibits the Sale of liquors that Are spirituous or and those that Are malt and cider being neither malt or must be classed As spirituous or or it would not be classed with the judge Peck charged in substance that if fermentation had taken place to such an extent that the sugar in the Apple juice had become changed into the cider was then vinous and within the no matter How Small the percentage of Al Cohol might be Ami the fact that the cider was if would be Good evidence of the fact that Alco hol was present in the and there fore this chs is important for the reason that it will Settle a doubt in the minds of a Large number of persons who make cider As to their making themselves liable for the Sale of Sam Cosel advertises a big Over coat and Ulster that West Tyrone Genius Dave Long has just completed a whaling big sled for a special customer who lives in the Dave built the whole Busi Ness himself from the shaping of the runners to the the Wood work is Complete and so is the Iron and the painting is Dave is a great but he admits that be cant raise cabbage and bats cd Winter to nos 561 a reliable table a Pohe a full had of steam is gathered by that tremendously destruct Ive put on the brakes with Hosteller stomach which will chock us Progress Anil Avert chills bilious dumb ague and ague cake Are promptly relieved Anil ultimately cured by this genial which is also a comprehensive family speedily useful in of bilious Nick nervous Lizun mutism mid against the her Toul i Tucux of sudden changes by exposure in wet close application to laborious i Oulu ii u is u and other influences prejudicial to is a most trustworthy safeguard it fortifies the system against promotes appetite and avid hastens convalescence after debilitating Aud flesh wasting dyspepsia Seldom causes but permits its victim to live on in hoods Sarsaparilla cures dyspepsia and All stomach your children Are liable to sore croup and my which often results seriously prompt treatment saves Many into sent Little try Pantina cough Aud consumption its pleasant Safe and 25 sold at Holmes drug there is Good reason for the Popula Rity of chamberlains cough Davis of West Clarion say it has cured people that our physicians could do nothing we persuaded them 0 try a bottle chamberlains cough Rem Edy and they now Reo commend it with the rest of con of the Gazette 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale at Smiths two Drue quit 4 1 1

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