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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania N t Tyrone by january Twenty eighth capital news prom National Headquarters by our own so it is a pm rent is now the cry of the administration to the just Why Cleveland should be so anxious to have tie House pass a currency Bill Soto when he Mast As everybody eke that no currency Bill that can be put through the House will stand even a ghost of a show to gel through the is not apparent but the fact remains thai he of was this anxiety that caused him make friends with senator is now using his influence with Derno in rats of the House to get a Bill going so far a3 to Tell the Silver Mem Bers that the Senate will pass the Bill and return it to the House with a amendment providing for the coinage of seigniorage on the Silver Bullion now in the tie democratic House caucus this afternoon settled because it was agreed before hand that it should take no action that Woak be binding upon but it begins to look As though the Houte would pass a no Man is in a to say exactly what its nature will or whether it will be it to who what queer things we Are 1 two prominent Young men were walking Down Pennsylvania Avenue the other the Man with the Long hair had made a discovery and he questioned his companion thus Are you right handed said the Man with the Long absently looking Over his shoulder at a team of spanking bags being driven up also sure of course in i know i always whip my horse with my right i use my right hand when i Brush in fact in sure that Ive More Power Aud accuracy and dexterity in my right Arm and hand than in my left Arm Aud but As for my i use one the same As the How about your ears As dont believe eyes ridiculous each equal to the other in All dont believe sides to your jaws what Are you asking such questions for if you want to get a horse on lets have the and Well have the laugh said the Man the Ion All wanted to see How Well you knew youre very slightly just watch yourself for a Tew tie proper study for Mankind 1 must Vouge spending too much the Bilisle Lill or one of the several substitutes that will by offered in the the administration is beginning to realize what a serious mistake Secretary Gresham made Suun wrote that official Luke saying Hattie differential duty imposed on sugar from time looking at dose Lou 11 a Vine m Export Bounty on was be the surprised Man in the a treaty Viiu Tiomi the representatives i catch that train for of All uie Continental european nations Are using that letter As a basis for their pro tests a my threats of and there is no Hope from complaints against the postage Stamps turned out by the Bureau of engraving arid printing continue 10 pour into uie Post office these complaints Are now mostly higher denominations than against two and include imperfect per poor finish and inferior de millions of the two cent Stamps 4 had to be destroyed because of inferior gumming before that denomination be came even fairly whether any of the Stamps of higher Deomina against which the present com plaints Are directed will have to be de is a question not yet decided by the the promotion of Bur rows to the Senate by the Republican legislature of gave his friends in Congress much personal but when viewed from a strictly party Point of the Gap his departure from the House will leave in the front rank of the heaviest is not specially pleasing to although there Are plenty of men More than anxious to take Bis the retirement of representative Burrows from the House will leave the contest for the chairmanship of the ways and Means committee Between the great states of new York and Penn it is but not for the speaker of the House to name As the of that important the senior member of his party on that the i custom was ignored by the present who jumped Wilson Over and the Man of the uncut locks just managed to get a Box of uncut Price Candy from the store he then and reach the station in time for the several Days youre said the Man with the Lotf As he met the football authority this told you dead Ive kept Tab on my in in on the Homestretch with noticed when used the Telephone i always put the receiver to my right tried my left ear and got am mixed found 1 put my left foot when i stepped into a started into one Saur Dav with my right foot leading and nearly fell All Over then in right i always Chew my food on the right Side of my Aud hold my Cigar on that never thought of it but things dont taste As Good on the left queer int it How the taste becomes More highly developed on one Side of the Mouth than the other v is it Force of habit in you know i have to use a Microscope in my pro i always look through it with my left see half so Well with my when i look at a horses Teeth for its age i always squint and do the examination with my left got twelve years wrong with in right left and i suppose in right or left a Good Many other but 1 Haven bad time to discover them you see Ive been got sick the other gee i was scared wish i had a Hundred bankrupt Sale men hereafter to Fay per month All the members of Council were pres ent at the regular meeting of Council monday except and Owens of the Ordi Nance committee stated that at the next meeting he expected to present an Ordi Nance providing for the widening of tenth solicitor Hicks recommended that All interested property holders should notified of the pro posed Waring asked that the action of the for the collection of costs of laying pavement at the property of be which request was granted by the solicitor agreeing to deduct the costs of filing a Sam in behalf of the Tyrone re Quested that the ordinance imposing a License of a Mouth upon transient firms advertising and conducting alleged bankrupt and fire sales in Tyrone be so that the License will Here after read a the ordinance committee was instructed to Amend the ordinance As the communication of citizens for an incan i sent Light at Corner of Herald Street mid Alley was Laid on the the following communication from Burgess Howe was also Laid on the Tuble permit me in this Way to propose Lor your enry Anil in Ciul consideration the follow ing Nurst ions 1st should til chief Burgess of Tyrone Borough receive any compensation Tor his services t should your conclusion on the first proposition by in the affirmative then decide 2nd How much per month or per annul and from n hat Date shall such compensation you arc All aware that the present Popula Tion of our town now readies close to 70uo people although not rapidly just still it is to be chosen he representative head of a lire and progressive town such As ours is an Honor of which any one May justly Liel proud and the present Bur Gess Hilly appreciates but while too High an estimate could hardly to placed on the Honor that is thus the Honor alone is but a poor compensation Tor the time that must be devoted to the Dinini to Melon of the Allulis of this Branch of our local gov time is Honor cannot be converted in to Money neither will buy most of you know something of tie Little details that the Bur Gess must look take up these dues discuss them and see what conclusion you can come yours in a second communication Burgess Howe asked that the condition of the Borough lockup be As it is in sorry shape even to receive referred to police committee who will report at next Burgess Howe reported receipts of his office for the past from licenses fines permit total Bills were read and orders granted As follows Waple moved that the contract be made for three years motion Daughenbaugh and Waple voting and Kerlin Aud Moore voting Moore moved that the contract be made for one year his motion was also Bey Stonebraker and Moore voting and Daughenbaugh Waple and Kerlin voting there seemed to be no effective Way of arriving at the time for the proposed and Beyer moved to this motion a my right Eye last the head of and made him if speaker Reed follows the custom representative of new will be chairman of the if he desires to be but some How the impression is Strong among republicans in the House that repro of who is next to Payne on the stands As if not a better Chance to become its it would be highly improper for either of these gentlemen to attempt to influence the Choice of the but their colleagues Are free to do what they can in that direction and the Good natured rivalry Between the estates to secure the chairmanship promises to be interesting to everybody except Reed who will have to decide overtures have been made by friends of the administration to Republican to ascertain How much sup port can be obtained on the Republican Side of the Senate for the attempt to kill the income tax by withholding the appropriation to put it into nearly All the Republican senators would vote to repeal the income but unless there is a great very few of them will vote to withhold the it is believed that their Mutual opposition to the income tax was one of the factors which brought about the recent reconciliation Between Cleveland and senator Hill Uncle Joe of has a Way of stating things in a nutshell that has always made Bis opinion valuable to his colleagues in the he Bald of the present financial situation this talk about Gold disappearance is merely a cover for the fact that Tut revenues of the government Are not sufficient to meet the 1 Congress will provide sufficient Revenue there will be no trouble about and fifty thousand dollars didst i Tell with the Long things we Are you so said the Man what queer death of a aged Joseph an aged gentleman whose Home was at at saturday morning at residence of his Elizabeth in rear of West tenth h Oil w me 2 69 2000 49 43 Homo electric Light 367 77 Tyrone 2 80 Friendship ii 4163 Samuel l 0 Pat 1 50 7 20 0 w Sylvester 1 65 18 45 28 40 Mai 1 8 87 109 49 7 47 citizens fire 40 15 Harry 40 0 Tyrone 3 do 200 Harry 40 00 m 96 75 citizens 25 00 1 00 Neptune fire 25 00 report of the Tyrone Board of health for was acting upon the recommendation of the Aud school Board la All the school directors were present at the regular Board meeting monday the committees on and building reported Secretary Canan was instructed to write Mills to Send one of their experts Here to examine the sys tem of ventilation in the school build As in some of the rooms the Venti lation is superintendent Kauffman read his requisition for comprising the following list four 1500 no 2 Book 5000 sheets drawing 13 Gross 3 Gross 400 practice 2 100 1 Book 100 3 Book 5000 slate 5 packages Prang assorted on motion of shirk the requisition was referred to committee on supplies who were Given Power to a communication was read from w Waring stating that As a qual offer he would accept for his lot of ground 1591x125 on eight ii Street and Park for the purpose of erecting thereon a Public school build Ingream estate committee recommended the acceptance of the offer and the Purchase of the ground from on motion if Miller the report of the committee was approved and they Wera authorized to make the of motion of Lowrie the committee on real estate was instructed to look up a suitable location for a High school Bills were read and orders granted for All except those of Rodgers Hubbard and Zerbe which were referred Back for approval franc sous hardware 39 Holtien Book cover 50 00 Goodyear publishing 1 96 Chicago music 4 00 Snedker Tyrone Gas and water 3 30 John 1055 1 50 Tyrone 50 Prang de 53 Beyer a 95 60 2 00 1 75 treasurer Kloss presented his report for the past month As follows school fund 24 from 5 00 292 13 08213 b Coulter an old locomotive Engineer passes peacefully after an illness of about six months resulting from general William Coulter died at his Home on North Logan Avenue at Oclock tuesday William Boyd Coulter was born at Pittsburg july and was there fore 57 6 months and 3 Days old when he spending All his Early life at the place of his he re moved to Dauphin county when a Young and about thirty years ago in the town of Dauphin was married to miss Martha to this Union were born one who lives with Bis family at Elk and four Eva and All of whom Are at both parents of the deceased preceded him to the one Maggie survives and resides at Coulter was a locomotive Engi Neer from Early in he accepted a situation on the Tyrone Pennsylvania Aud removed his this the past two years he had charge of a shift ing engine in the Tyrone prior to that he was on the Tyrone and Clear Field he was a thorough and pop ular liked by All who knew and a kind husband and indulgent deceased was a member of Perry Lodge free and accepted a located at and he will to buried with masonic Cere a fraternal of tuesday evening about Twenty Brave knights of pythias from principally from White Cross Lodge but with representatives from Logan Lodge 79 and Blair Lodge stormed the Castle Hall of sinking Spring Lodge 127 of it was a fraternal visit and of the nature of a Surprise the occasion was the installation of the officers of sinking Spring Lodge for the ensuing d d Charles of loan Lodge no assisted by the following c 37 orders 09 sinking fund 73 from 70 00 73 he had came to Tyrone on a visit to his daughter less than two weeks and soon after was taken severely the culmination of failing health of the past new old age was the cause of deceased was a native of jut had resided at Huntingdon for 59 ears and was aged 81 he was a Borer by surviving Are to sons and six daughters Eliza Rath Decker and Jacob of Tyrone Joseph of William George and William of Bellwood Margaret of Bellefonte of Huntingdon Aud Lydia of funeral services were conducted by Wilson at the residence of at 8 Oclock sunday after the remains were taken to Alexandria monday morning for in Sheridan troop has a number of Mil itary overcoats with Large Cape lighter in color than required by which the adjutant general has ordered to be if you want one Call on Crawford or pure blood is absolutely necessary in order to enjoy perfect hoods Sarsaparilla purifies the blood and strengthens the approval of president Gingrich reappointed Thomas Kelleher a member of the Board of health for a term of five the Bill of Tyrone Gas water for half the Moskof laying pipe from Pennsylvania Avenue to Logut on fourteenth by the building of the new was Laid on the the Home electric Light company presented their Bill for the past months at the new rate of per Light per of the Light and water stated that As the new contract bad not yet been made with the the Bill As rendered should not be but the company should be paid at the former Council granted the order for the Bill As Beyer thought Council had made a mistake in raising the rate for and claimed he had voted ii the ques Tion when under a Moores motion to reconsider the former was not seconded Beyer stated that the Light Aud water committee had not yet entered into a new contract and be asked for instruction As to whether the new con tract should be for one or three then a Lively discussion Aud the More the councilmen discussed the More entangled they finally approaching the february the Borough election this year will be held on february and it will Likely be a quiet one As there will be few offices to excite ambitious Citi Zens to political the extended tenure of office of several of the pres ent holders lessens the number of places to be filled next Only one Bor Ough officer will be to be voted for throng hut All the Audi Tor for a term of three to succeed the first Ward and tie seventh Ward will each elect one school director for a term of three the newly elected directors to take the place of shirk and l Lowrie whose terms will expire the present one councilman will be elected in each for a term of two the present councilmen whose terms will expire Ani whom those chosen next month will Are first Sausser love r Gingrich Daughenbaugh John Nev Ling Beyer Lem Uel each Ward will also elect an assessor to serve for three the present outgoing assessors Are first Caldwell Joseph Harkle Rode Copella Mclntyre James a Crawford William William each Ward will choose a judge Aud two inspectors of and they Complete the list of officers to be los of no l of me of of of of Weston of g of in stalled the following officers Hoffman Mccoy Dunkel Lane Lucas Givler Cook the report for last term shows sink ing Spring Lodge to be prospering in spite of hard times which seems to have been responsible for the Lack of new they have paid for Relief and added being now Worth one proposition was received Aud several will be presented at the next meeting so the new officers look for a Busy and prosperous after the installation the following Brothers spoke for the Good of the or Der Fie Hileman and Burtnett at Pax Mcgee and All of and Mooney of Crum Baker gave some Good advice and of favored the Lodge with several Beautiful one of the editors of the key Stone presented the merits of that the pythian then adjourned to the dining room of mine Host c Waple where visitors and members re galed the inner Man with the Good things interspersed with speeches songs from several Mem the visitors left for Home on Oyster express bearing with them the Good wishes of sinking Spring Lodge Aud the Promise of a return visit in the near Jan Obilue Fly it will be remembered by those who keep posted upon sports that on Christ Mas Day a Quartetti of Tyronn Marks men to Janesville and in a shoot ing at that place succeeded in winning eight of the ten turkeys offered As priz which Birds were brought Home a trophies of the Iron nerves and steady aim of William Joshua Harvey Burley and George Janesville was sad in All the succeeding and the sports of that Vicinity at once set to work to organize a shoot for new years Day to retrieve their shattered reputations for Marks the Tyrone delegation was invited to the new year Day match and All four of the sharpshooters agreed to the Burley and Piper backed however that it didst suit them to for they feared no shooter in or any other William Wesley cams was and he was a whole Rifle team himself As subsequent developments there he one Lone Tyrone against the combined Force of Janesville and neighbouring but cams was always Able to toot his own Horn and he waded into the match with a determination that was so pronounced that it could be what should the Harvest be the Harvest Walsall eight turkeys were put upon the anxious find William Wesley cams was the Winner of four of Janes Sand arid other outlying precincts had to be satisfied with the turkeys cams didst one of the Birds won by cams was the thirty eight Pound Turkey brought from warriors Park a couple of weeks ago by Tommy thence passing through the hands of Charley Dougherty and Charley to Osceola where by 1 Maize Wou it at a then the Osceola crowd took the big Turkey to and Carna has brought it Back to Tyrone where it he Doest know what to do with the Tyrone Marksman Hud lots of fun and immense Success at the Janes Ville he says Joe Higgins of and of Clear and some of the other shooters Are first rate Fellows to spend a Day the Janesville crowd say that hereafter All Tyrone marksmen at their matches must do their shooting with their backs to the guns Over the shoulder and mirrors fir taking they say they cant afford to keep a big town supplied with Choice fowl at no expense to the a social miss May at her Home on Lincoln Friday evening gave a pleasant party in Honor of her misses Light and of the prime features of the evening were the delicious repast spread by the Host and the entertaining program of music and literary numbers rendered by the Talent of the besides the company of Tyrone Young folks there were a number of guests from All had a Fine among the leading numbers of the Impromptu program for the evenings was an amusing recitation by miss Mary the same lady told a ghost Story in the dim Glimmer of lowered Gas lights in such real form that Many of her auditors crouched and trembled in their a Story is told this morning that Dave Meek was actually found crouched behind one of the ladies with every nerve in his body twitching from fright when the Gas was turned and probably if the truth was known the girl who gave Dave away was worse scared that at lunch the meat ration was somewhat abbreviated by the mysterious disappearance of a nicely boiled Ham which was deposited outside the House of receive a Zero Bath before per haps a tramp feasted on the entire evening was greatly enjoyed by All who were and the ladies in whose Honor the was Given and other out of town guests speak of the affair in the highest selected at the coming february elec the Only time a Man of experience takes Bis wife into his Confidence is to Tell Ber be is not making any death of David David after an illness of one year from died at Oclock saturday evening at her near fourteenth Between Logan and Washington the deceased was the daughter of Emanuel of this she was born at Spruce Creek july and was therefore aged 22 5 and 16 her life since infancy had been spent in Tyrone where she was Well known and surviving Are her husband and one Olive also her father and three William James Sherman Aud Harry All of the funeral services were conduct Al at the late Home of the deceased at 2 Oclock tuesday by interment in Tyrone the boy with a sled Baa no on advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Postof lice Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the office for two weeks without being called after being letters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter office at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is a follows for the week ending Maggie Maria weight misses Annie Emma Annie Clara Vena John John the proprietors of Pantina have spent thousands of dollars to make it known that it cures colds and Pantina a sold at Holmes drug v a

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