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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania By january mortuary number of lentils in Tyrone in fort seven More than the following a the list of deaths which occurred in Tyrone during the gear 1891 As kept by the Herald of bilious aged 49 years and 29 of Neu aged 23 2 months and 13 of typhoid aged 00 8 and 5 of typhoid aged 22 6 and 24 son of Schroeder and of lung aged 4 months arid 17 killed at aged 46 8 and 19 Emma Wallace wife of child of Noel Varner and aged 2 Elias of aged 61 7 and 1 killed in Tyrone aired 05 and 22 of John Kienzle and of inflammation of the bowels and aged 5 and 20 son of Mitchell ind of inflammation of the Stom Ach and aged o 2 and 27 congestion of the aged 57 3 and 15 son of and George general aged 79 and 24 child of Coder and heart aged45 0 and Paral aged 47 and 4 Calvin aged 55 of paralysis of the infant twin child of Shellenberger and Anna Margaretta zeil of Corn plication of aged 8 8 and 25 Rebecca f congestion of the aged so and 22 Calvin of aged 56 april son of Oseph finn and of n ged 1 and 11 april twin child of Henry loser and april la Grippe and heart aged 69 april infant twin child of Lenry Bosler and april Isabella of la aged 08 9 and 19 april Katharine bad 3 combined with old aged 80 is 2 and 18 William killed West aged 34 i any child of Cla u High and May Frances aged 4 and 14 May Mary Hendricks me of chronic congestion of the Elizabeth of implication of aged 75 anal 25 May Douglas of aged 67 2 and Lay surviving twin Shellenberger and aged 2 and 7 Mary Ann aged 71 and 8 be of Samuel Morgan aged about eight e son of Philip Silinger Une daughter of Alexan Callen and daughter of John it and aged 18 and 13 Une daughter of ser n Rodgers and aged about one Une Lewis of aged 77 and 12 uly child of John Trout 10 and uly son of Wil n Derma Naud diphtheria 14 v daughter of Patrick Healing in and 11 James of old 75 daughter of Daniel Herzog and of cholera a cd 3 Aud 2 july Frank killed in Road Accident at aged 34 1 and 2 daughter of st Iii Aud of cholera d 11 and 8 son of James and of inflammation of aged 17 daughter o Joshua and aged 1 1 and 8 of Pul monary aged 32 and 6 daughter of and of aged 20 son of William and Annie of aged 4 11 and 11 son o and Sara of Neu aged 1 10 and 18 Days son o and Annie of 7 1 and 28 killed on Railroad Bridge near aged 16 and 4 of and o aged 16 yrs 11 and 3 Days Lincoln Lun and Throat aged 28 3 mos and 25 son of or and Michael of diphtheria aged 4 and 9 daughter of Harry and Tillie of aged 5 1 and 25 daughter of Joseph and Isabella of cholera aged 3 and 11 sept daughter of join and Lucy of cholera infant aged 5 and 3 of chronic aged 76 5 Aud 25 daughter of Harry and Tillie of membrane Ous aged about 3 Daugh Ter of Dennis and of aged 17 and 14 child of Frank Leff and aged 08 11 Aud 14 son of Newton and Ella aged 3 and 5 daughter of Brooks and of Agod 14 5 Anil 22 of aged 8 Jennie of brain aged 21 11 Aud 28 son of Crawford and of men Brane Ous aged 8 years and 25 daughter of Peter Rainelli and of aged 4 Daugh Ter of Diffenbaugh and of diphtheria aged 4 11 and 9 son of Bouse and of aged 5 8 mos and 1 Sou of Jennie of Membranous aged 3 6 and 21 daughter of Annie of diphtheria in aged 1 8 and 20 of congestion of the aged 64 2 and 19 son of c Davison and result of injuries received while aged 14 6 mos and 8 daughter of Frank Lergenmiller Aud of dropsy aged 11 weeks and 2 daughter of Mary diphtheria aged 7 7 Aud 13 of inflammatory 67 4 mos and 13 daughter of Mcclel land Fulton Aud of diphtheria aged 5 2 and 26 John and Clara of aged 4 and son of Leff and of aged 2 7 and 9 Sou of Jones and of aged 8 mos and 19 Ter of Daniel and Mary of Iraneous aged 2 7 and 11 son of John Stroup and of spasmodic aged 1 4 mos and 5 son of Charles Krick and of aged 11 months and 25 Ann Karoline of aged 69 3 and 6 killed in Tyrone daughter of Alexan Der and Ella of Membranous aged 4 and 7 son of Stine and wife of acute disease of the aged 10 and 19 of Ner Vous aged 26 8 mos and 27 son of w and Cora of diphtheria croup aged 7 11 and 20 Clara of Membranous aged 26 Anc of dropsy aged 73 6 and son of Albert Miller and Sara of dropsy aged 69 10 and son of Varuel and aged 8 8 and 29 Jane wife of Thomas of chronic Bron aged 55 1 and 23 Days Bec pit Cal of deaths in f March april May june july August september october december deaths ii 103 66 Fig 70 74 52 44 51 48 51 56 Boston Harbor colonel Samuel of the Engineer addressed a meeting of Boston business men the other evening on the what the United states government is doing for the defence of Boston he began by re Ferring to the appointment by Congress in 1885 of a Board of army Aud Navy officers and civilians of i he purpose of inspecting the fortifications of the principle cities and making recommendations concerning their he said that t to policy decided on by the Board in moved a system of land de Fence As its most important the Mam ship Channel in Boston Harbor was along the wharves and Between and governors upon which Are built forts Independence and within h stones throw of the through which presi Dent past Long Island head batteries into the commanded by fort Warren in Georges Island Miles and Nan Lasket a locals Between Point Allerton and Boston Light to the open numerous islands and headlands made the Harbor unique in the Opportunity for placing commanding and the Board of 1885 had recommended that these Points of Vantage be sur mounted with High Power 12 and in and with 128 12inch rifled the line of defence naturally took the arc of a Circle of rive Miles the Centre of which would be at the in trance to Broad nine and a half Miles Distant from the state the completion of the works contemplated would prevent an enemy ships from approaching near enough to throw a projectile into the there will also be provided submarine mines or the closing of the approaches to the which will be operated from the Shore rapid fire Gunn will be stationed in such position As to cover e Vicinity of these of the appropriation of for the Purchase of Sites and made by Congress n Boston secured about Aud in addition for coi Truc during the present year this was increased by buttery for Welve Inch filled mortars is naw being built near the Highlands of fort win and emplacements for three Teu Noh guns Are also being made at fort Suoia twelve feet the storm which has raged for Twenty Lour hours on the Pacific a san Francisco despatch is the severest u it is a and has brought floods of rain in Low lands and very heavy Snow in the the Snow in Shasta and Sisk you lies is twelve feet deep on the level from Sisk you near the Ore on Down to near mount the Southern Pacific is forced to Snow ploughs going night and the Carleton Opara company was de Ayed eighteen hours by a Snow slide in Jow Creek at Yreka several buildings were crushed in by weight of the Steamer Whitesboro went ashore last night at Little it All bands were the wind Las been blowing a Gale inshore Tor Twenty four a Large Stock of boots Grain calf and Cordovan shoes for men and boys and girls at at Lees shoe Tyrone mens gum boots for at Atiles Hoe Juniata Fobe hugs at the first Day of new tear witnesses n the year of 1892opened with gladness and Happy prospects for most people but for some of the unfortunate mortals of this Earth it brings heavy burdens to Bear which causes sorrow and sad one of the latter is Bonine of this and it is with profoundest sympathy that we record curved about 1 Oclock Friday morning which destroyed his splendidly equipped Art publishing on Blair Between Allegheny and Ridge some person in passing near the scene of the fire discovered great volumes of smoke issuing from in Bonitos Plant and immediately raise an those first on the scene forced open the door and attempted to enter in order to save some but Clouds of smoke came Rushing out of the opening thus made Anuj prevented anyone from entering the building after the alarm was it was some few minutes before a Stream of water was gotten in but in the meantime the fire had gained such headway Aud owing to the tin roof keeping it con lined in the inside the building with All its was almost totally destroyed before the flames were Bonine estimates his entire loss to be Between with an insurance of possibly a Little some Oft fee articles lost cannot be he had in the building 1400 negatives for Ster Optican views which were taken in different parts of the United from to these make one of the heaviest losses a Fine collection of valuable books was about wholly de Bonine informed us that lie has on hand More orders than he has Lead for a Long and that he bad hired several More employees to com work on monday in order that the numerous orders might be promptly it is a severe Shock As Well As loss to the but Noth no daunted he Hopes to be Able to re sume work in a Short the origin of the fire is a two theories Are Sui Aud spontaneous the former is As those first of the scene said it was All confined within the unless the House was broken no and the fire started on the the latter theory is hardly credited by Bonique who says that there was nothing in the building to his knowl that would admit spontaneous if it was the work of incendiaries we sincerely Hope they May to captured and made to suffer the full penalty of the work of the fire bugs Are surely getting in their work with a vengeance on Tyrone another fire alarm was sounded Friday night about Hal past eleven Oclock and the fire was found to be in the stable on the rear of the lot occupied by Jennie and owned by John Sample on Spring owing to the Wood in the Stabl being very dry and there being a Quantity of Hay in the the fire soon communicated to Horvers stable on the i truer of the Alley and both stables were soon a mass of flumes and in a Short time were burned to the the stable on the opposite Side of the owned by was badly scorched but no serious damage was some Fence ind several Small outbuildings were also the stable in which the fire originated was occupied by copelin in which he keeps his Dray the Jorsha was gotten safely but the a piano were entirely copelin says or will cover Bis a a mow full of were destroyed with homers the whole loss will amount to about i it was undoubtedly the work of in As a Man was seen running away from the scene of fire before any alarm which looks rather aboard was off the Side of the stable and exposed the Hay in the and it is supposed a lighted match was Pla Josd on the Steps should taken ferret out the perpetrators of these destructive people will soon to go to sleep at y imported a recent who has imported any valuable Calls attention to the except in the Case of Ter imported dogs require at least a rear Toj become until fully to change of and of they should be permitted to food and care will so much for them As rest any attempt to Force hem us to a condition of fictitious May result disastrously both o dog and a Childs first Awakening to the fact hat the is a world of Humbug and Ham comes with the knowledge that Here is no Santa tarty one tears years ago James of Spruce became super visor of the District embraced Between Altoona and on the Penn Sylvania to celebrate the anniversary appropriately his foremen of fourteen in determined upon a Surprise for their honoured accordingly they took the family into their Confidence and All unawares to preparations went surreptitiously on for the new 1 ears Day from East and West Eji Day after noon the to guests Gajjar tired at Spruce Creek Ani All conceivable nooks so Tiff Cir Host should not see them and set to thinking before the appointed time for unfolding the mys in addition to the foremen there were present Wood and grand son of Tyrone assistant supervisor Smith and station master Thomas my of Spruce Creek and former Engineer of the work All unknown to the Veteran super visor his friends were smuggled into his Parlo while he was at work in the at the proper time he was summoned to the As be was to see there he was surprised most tremendously when he saw the gathered he was just As much pleased As surprised did you know of this said he to Cullen who promptly responded that she did Lam you Are stretch ing the truth in your old said but he didst blame any one for coaxing it was done so Foreman Baker claimed the floor in the midst of the jollity and in a Brief on behalf of the presented to Cullen a handsome Gold Chain and locket As a Token of their the recipient was deeply affected by this Happy and without attempting a responded feelingly by thanking the i know remarked you have been keeping me out of the dining room lets see How it there an excellent feast greeted the eyes of the gathered company who did full Justice to the remain ing time was spent in social Cullens talented family furnished some excellent and a of Bhe occasion was an old time i Riff Jig by Ned Honey who defied father time and Gray hairs by proving himself just As a Irnola As in his boyhood on the evening trains the company departed Aud the new year was ushered in most happily for supervisor Cullen and his admiring officers at the regular meeting of Neptune steam fire Friday evening the following officers were elected presi Waple vice Igou Augustus Harr financial Couch Reed Walter Bur Ley Sherman Rodgers John Mccarrow John Hollings Lem Uel Ira Jacob Lollen Joshua Burley in Walter Lukhart team Walter her Waple Delegate to state firemen Joshua Burley Joseph Eschbach delegates to Borough Joshua Many new years callers pastor of the first methodist episcopal at the parsonage on Logan Friday received Many of the probationers and friends of his Church in truly hospitable a Large number of his friends availed them selves of the pleasant new years Cus torn to Call at the parsonage where the Welcome was Hearty and the reception continued throughout the Day and until seven Oclock in the when nearly four Hundred per sons had called and left their Auto graphs upon Gilberts As a souvenir of the occasion the Host presented each guest a neat card with new years greeting and his portrait refreshments were also it was a Day of delightful social inter course at pasto Gilberts pleasant Home he uus the silk hut a silk hat was offered by Meminger to the person sending in the Correct solution for the rebus published u this the contest to close on up to that time a Large number of solutions were presented but not one of them was about a dozen had everything Correct with the exception of a in order that he May have the pleasure of presenting the it to the time for the Send no in of solutions has been extended Ope week until when it will positively everybody has the his Liege of sending a another y All try for the wednesdays foot Bull the Huntingdon foot Ball team fully expected to Down the Tyrone team a wednesday afternoons game on the athletic but they were doomed to for at the end of the7 game Tyrone had eight Points White Huntingdon had thirty minute halves were played with a ten minutes Huntingdon won the toss an secured the Ball at the opening of the which gave them an advantage and they were ready to follow it by hard and diligent work they secured a touchdown in the first Whick counts four Greene made the touch failed the Tyrone didst score in the first the second half opened with the Ball in tyrones it was a hard fought Battle Between the two teams for a Short t Ime but by skillful Majo Burving on tyrones Krick made a touch which was shortly followed by aug later touchdown by Tyrone Eidht failed to kick the after this neither Side ground until the ref Eree called the Harry of Huntingdon refereed the game and Howard of the following Are the players and positions each played t in he veiny Wood half g Reem i c reception of new year the most Complete year entertainment Ever Given in Tyrone was that of Friday in which Mitch Ell was Aud Mitchell removed to their Beautiful new Home of Washington Avenue in thursday and the mansion was put in readiness for the reception of their friends yester id Beauty and elegance this Resi Dence would be difficult to and withal it is fitted with perfect regard for convenience and the entertainment of guests the Huse opens delightfully and Many were the complimentary expressions of those who partook of their Mitchell was assisted in receiving by miss Bellefonte Missi Iolli Bell Wood misses Ault and Virginia of Many were the callers yesterday Aud All were received graciously and hospitably by the hostess and her Young in the Diu org room the guests received substantial and in Parlours music and social pleasure were the order of the a heat Boutott Niere was bestowed upon each gentle Man who Friday evening the Day was pleas Antly rounded out by a dance in which those who received during the afternoon were joined by a few the party numbering about three to this perfect music Deuil hos orchestra a programme of sixteen dances was thoroughly enjoyed by the Young nothing that could contribute to the pleasure of the party was left undone by and and this new years Day and evening will be Long remembered by their guests As one of the happiest they have Ever Jumes James c us Tor of the Church at and Well known to Many of who died suddenly from heart failure tuesday was bom at chathams Clinton in the year and was therefore 07 years of age at the time of he was Cou Vertex and joined the methodist episcopal Church when 17 years of age studied for the and entered the Baltimore con Ference in since that time he filled the following appointments ber 18523 1854 la 18556 18578 a 185960 1861 thigh feet 18623 East 1s645 Frederick he served As presiding elder of he Carlisle District during 186s and Aud of the Williamsport District yom 1870 to he was appointed pastor of the first in remaining in that position until the beginning of the con a reuse year in his remaining appointments were 18778 18802 18835 188690 lie was also president of the Mutual beneficial association of the Uhitil Pennsylvania conference one of the Board of managers of the preach ers Aid and president of the Ward of education of the same con Short Long nights and big Bills is whats the matter

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