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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
The Tyrone her by january Twenty fifth a open Tetter to Tyrone business mid professional gentlemen Gravity of the subject i presume to Ortrude upon your attention is the single apology i offer for thus addressing in that grand old Best worst yet most the holy is a proverb to the effect that righteousness sex Alt eth a nation but sin a a reproach to any reference to a nation does not imply exclusion of application of the principle involved to a Small part of a Community like if you so that righteousness will exalt our Community sin will be a reproach1 to True citizenship involves zealous a this is True whether consid ered Looi Illy or As affecting tyrones Prosperity or the nations we Are desirous of having such a town As maybe boasted of without mental what will make it such not enlarged grow Good Good Good these Are confessedly important but not that which is of prime importance is the character of its Busi Ness places thronged with people who buy with no intention of paying Streta illuminated with arc lights but Dis graced by staggering or lewd Fellows of the baser sort places frequented by our Young business men to their moral and financial detriment open saloons with their triple prostitution and Are things not calculated to Boom a town or contribute to the development of a Strong local the prevalence of these things affects character and consequently undermines the foundations on which a town depends for per manent growth and True Sacii patriotism As has been referred to guards against everything that is inimical to the morals of the Community and calculates to Dull the sensibility of the Public but such patriotism does not with a merely negative consid involving recognition of vices to be it a open eyed and keen witted in order to the discovery of everything that can Conduce to a positive moral character by inculcating Virtues to be practice honesty truthful Ness sobriety Economy personal Foremost among the conserva tors of Public morality is of course the the competent to the preservation of the the Rescue of the fallen and the transformation of is the religion of the lord Jesus Christ begun and developed by the holy the occasion for such work is a not that i argue that such periods of Church activity Are the Only occasion but by custom made the convenient occasion in several of our churches revival services Are being but it is a matter for regret that there is not a larger attendance of the class that you Are presumably More deeply interested in the permanence of tyrones Prosperity than and Are surely competent to de Termine the closeness of the relation that exists Between a Good moral Char Acter and a wholesome condition of society in your of course you will not dispute the place the Church occupies As conservator of Good toe sad fact that there have nay does not effect the rather it confirms for the presence of counterfeits is Prima Facie evidence of the fact and value of the inasmuch there fore that you owe very much in Many ways to the churches of this May i not beg for thoughtful consideration of the obligation under which you Are placed to rive whatever moral support Vmay lie a your in order to in sure the largest measure of Success to the special services now in Many of the people of our Young and Are your or otherwise related to it would be a most helpful incident in the work of persuading them to the forsaking of an acceptance of Christ and the development of Christian principles for could they see you endorsing by your presence the work and contributing by your influence to its in the Hope of provoking favourable thought along lines indicated and developing deeper interest in the re Ligion of without which society would rot in wicked and the foundations of social Well being be uprooted and beg to yours in the service of pastor first death of John we Are indebted to correspondent Caldwell of the Altoona Tribune for the following data John an old time respected and highly esteemed citizen and Farmer All his died at his Home near Arch Spring in sinking Valley on thursday evening at he was Horn near Waterstreet in Canoe july and was at death aged 79 5 months and 13 in 1834 he was United in marriage to Margaret to this Union were borne ficht three of whom have preceded the father to the other those who survive Are his aged the partner of his Many Joys and sorrows and his great staff and support now in Active life at the age of 82 and the following children James William and wife of Foster Craw of sinking Valley of Lewisburg Roland of Jersey j also three Sisters and one brother Margaret Over 80 years of of and the eldest of the family Sarah of sinking Valley of Mcalevy Hunt Ingdon and Samuel James an estimable indy of a Roosburg joins the majority wife of James an Engineer employed on the Tyrone division of Pennsylvania died monday morning at 12 minutes of eleven Oclock at her Home in Northeast of East of pulmonary consume deceased has bean for a number of years in delicate but the immediate illness which terminated her developed in March last As an effect of the since that time she had been almost constantly to the and often to her Dawson was born at Westons in warriors Mark Huntingdon on the 30th Day of 1853 and was therefore at her death aged 38 years 4 months and 12 she was the daughter of Samuel and Mary Ann both of whom passed Over to the silent majority Morfe than thirteen years of Canoe honest Christian he was an a strict disciplinarian and firm in his never swerving to the Light or but Ever willing to of an a strict and conservative member of the presbyterian in which Church he was a working and for Many years and at death held the Ollice of and unless sickness prevented his place in the Pew was never found vacant in politics a Stalwart Republican of the abolition Stock in society a useful member in Charity he was never found the t susral took place at Arch Spring saturday cola con ducting the interment in Stone Church death of general i Viii general John Irvin a distinguished Soldier of the War with Mexico and the late died at his residence in wednesday in his 60th general Greg has re sided Tevere since he was retired from Active he was born in Idle in and served in the second Pennsylvania volunteers in the mexican rising to rank at the beginning of the bite War he volunteered with the fifth Pennsylva Nia he was soon transferred to the regular service and afterwards became colonel of the sixteenth Penn Sylvania in the tight at deep Bottom he was wounded in the and he was again wounded at Amelia Springs in at the close of the War he was Breve Ted major this made his fourth promotion for Gallant services Between 1861 and after the War he had command of the troops in southwestern and was afe Nvard sent to Louisiana As inspector of in lie was appointed colonel of the eighth United states served As such when he was retired As a result of a severe affliction of the knee received two years general Gregg was the father of formerly of Tyrone and now residing in Duluth and Myers passed through this place Thim Day on their Way to Wash the deceased leaves behind besides her two Joe and aged 13 and 7 years respectively and two Brothers and one William Witt of Elk and Peter and Isabella the latter the widow of the late William residing at greens thus after Many weary Mouths of which was borne patiently and with a perfect Christian resignation has come funeral services were conducted in the Chapel at East on wednes Day afternoon at 2 by the Pas Tor of the William interment was made in Tyrone com leap your Colin Shackleford said some one asked me the other Day what was the origin of women proposing marriage during a leap i looked it and while it May not to new to All i darn say u will interest in the year 1283 a statue was published by the scotch of which the following is a and to my the origin of the custom or i do not know that it is a custom or Ever was it is ordain that during the reign of her Maist Blessit Majestic Ladee of Baith High and Lew shall Hae Lih itty to speak to to the Man she if he refuses to take her to be his he shale mulch in the Sura of Ane inn Credity or As his estate May except and a vols if lie can make it appear that is Betroth it to another then lie shall after the dear old Margaret had passed away the women became clamorous for their and another net of parliament allowed them the privilege every fourth this year id leap and no doubt the question will be asked of you what gave Rise t he notion that women May do their own the prize it Ebig As will be sat urday published in his advertising space the Correct solution to his prize rebus in which so much interest was taken during the Holiday the first gentleman to Send in the Correct solution was Jom Enderlin pollins who is ahead one silk hat All by himself and without the of also solved the pile verbatim but filed his ans wer a trifle too late to win the first the Puzzle editor of the Herald shattered his intellectuals in a mad Endeavor to arrive at the Correct Solu he almost made Correct connect Brit tripped on the word War this is Nob to be wondered for according to Worcester and Meana a per and is not synonymous with War the aforesaid by stick ing to a hidebound fact and not giving play to his is obliged to Brush up the same old hat and continue wearing great interest was taken in the con answers came in from Pittsburg Johnstown and other and if the solution had been easier Meminger would doubtless have been overwhelmed with Republican league the regular semiannual meeting of the Young mens Republican league was held Friday evening in thei commo Lions rooms in study after the transaction of routine the following officers were elected to Servo during the ensuing term of six months Claude Jones first vice second vice Samuel Williams Barr assistant Secre tary Wallace financial Secre Hiltner Harry Wilhelm trustee for 18 these trustees Samuel Mckinney and James constitute the Board of i capital our regular correspondent at the National capital has a newsy letter presi Dent is not worrying himself about the Cyclone of Bills which have been introduced in the House by the he As do the authors of these that there is not even a slight probability that any Bill repealing or hampering the proper administration of any Law enacted by the fifty first con Gress will become a Law during the life of the fifty second Congress and there is no doubt that in common with other republicans has been amused to see the antics of the leaderless majority the the president is going right ahead preparing his proclamation of a warning which has been Given the countries against those countries which have neglected to negotiate reciprocity agreements with just As though representative an Drew had not introduced a Bill repeal ing the clause of the reciprocity Law which gives the president this authority the proclamation will be issued on the loth of and will restore the duty which existed before the Mckinley tar Iff Law went into upon Tea and hides from those the fact is regarded As significant by the Cleveland democrats that senator Hill has already become a crony of sen Ator it has convinced them of the truth of the rumoured combination Between these two men to control the democratic presidential and it effectually disposes of the silly Billy talk about Gorman being Cleve lands in fact there Are not three democratic senators who can be really called friends of and yet they May All be compelled by circumstances to Swallow their dislike and support Hui for but if trickery can prevent Cleveland Nomi nation Hill and go Man wiil succeed in doing there said a member of the school Board the regular monthly of the school Board was held on tuesday even ing at the office of Stevens members present wee reports of committees being in preside to Smith stated that the new clock is in its place in the school build ing Secretary Canan reported that the Arm Scales had been purchased and Given into the care of As a part of the school superintendent Pinkerton being pres was Given the privilege of he stated that he thought the Board should Purchase sixty new Reading three to be Given into the hands of the his idea is to instill More interest into this Branch of work by providing something the readers in use being so thoroughly gone Over that scholars had memorized most of the by distributing and using a few of the new readers alternately with better results would be the Cost would be of motion the Board authorized Pinkerton to make the Bills were read and orders were authorized As follows Williams Gas water utile the b transcript prints an anecdote of a gentleman who was Given to making friends with children wherever he met and who one Day tried to scrape acquaintance with a Little fellow passenger in a Street Tho child wore a Chris tums Plush cloak and had Long yellow so the gentleman much Confidence in not a Little was the shy re of Arent you How do you Littie boy v in not a Little was unexpected indeed who Are you then my Papas Little said with perfect House Tomt Pittea on lots of his own few jokers love jokes so Well they will work one on but one has been reported this one Day last summer the joker in question was going Home in the midst of a Thun Der Storrs and a Bobtail he stood the lightning flashes for several minutes and finally rang the what the mischief Are you going to do v asked his in going Roget what Are you going to do that for in All this storm Iny he said firmly you see theres no conductor the Are you the master of this House v asked a addressing the Young married said the Young married Man with a deep my wife has just taken the master upstairs to nurse i Huntingdon Talent in Moriah free and accepted this is highly honoured in having selected from its membership four gentlemen to fill some of the highest stations in the one of its the Simpson is now the right worshipful grand master of the grand Lodge of which is the highest Point attainable in free masonry in the George Orlady is the senior Deacon of the grand whose duty it is to keep the flies off the grand master and Check the obstreperous antics of the orders famous Billy Martin Shaffner is the District Deputy grand High priest of the grand and Alexander Elliott is the District Deputy grand master of the grand the jurisdiction of both these gentlemen covering the lodges in Milln and Huntingdon this is a Strong Quartetti of we doubt if there is another Lodge in the state which is highly honoured As Moriah is in the selection of four of its members to such High and Florida of Florida rolling exposition 1s a state fair of a tenth wonder of the it is the most remarkable car on either entered by More people on the gazed at by More people on the outside than any car Ever built in the history of Railroad and has done Florida wore Good than All the fairs she Ever Charlotte daily see recovered lit All of the five pairs of opera glasses stolen from the eleventh Avenue opera House on Christmas have been re the last three being found in Tyrone on thursday last by chief of police in each Case the parties who hired the last three glasses referred gave false Nomra and All Are employed in the paper Mill at Tyrone and residents of that it was a Clear Case of but Anderson has decided to Settle the matter by each them paying their share of the expenses by the was no Small we think this should be a lesson for people who attend the open House for the purpose of stealing opera Altoona we Are ver much that the thieves have Heen but Are very i grieved to learn that there Are such boy in hesitate from publish l heir names for the Sake of parents and that Hoys Wil the the the the Lii Lisburg journal says it is Low definitely settled that the Beech reek and new York Central railroads Are to gain an Entrance to and Only 120 Miles East of by the absorption of the Stock of the Altoona and Popso Monock railway this Road now runs to Daugherty ind was to have been extended to but instead it is now to go to where connection will be made with the Penn Sylvania and Northwestern and then to connecting with the Brjch Creek the work is being rapidly pushed Forward and by next summer the Pennsylvania will have a Strong rival for its Coa carrying inequalities in our Law if a thief is detected stealing Niy pocket Book containing Only to few i can the satisfaction of seeing him sent to prison for it but if an irresponsible irresponsible i my a patented no matter How Val it May my Only redress is to sue him for knowing before hand that the judgment will not be Worth the paper it is written this ought to be changed and i am glad to see a growing sentiment in favor of making the Patent thief amenable to the same Law As the other 1 Hope to see it done of the present the big democratic majority in the House is already beginning to flounder around helplessly for Lack of a competent Mills has washed his hands of the whole business and gone Home to work for the Sena and before he left he made no secret of his disgust at the Outlook Jor his Crisp is still confined to his and there is too much rivalry be on this and if the lightning should strike it wed All be knocked into hash and and if ims wife haunt held on to his coattails he would have gone into storm just to have made his joke u free never f Olish enough to repeat the As they will Sivly lie Cap life mid remember for what you were and through the whole of look at its when that in what you will put your not in the Bubble of worldly will broken not in worldly they will be not in connect cannot serve you not in cannot carry it with you not i the Timve there a no distinction not in the recollection of a life spent in a Giddy conformity to the Hilly fashions of h thought less and Licud but in of a life spent i piteously tit id in present lentils to Robert Waring we indebted for the following deaths High occurred in Tyrone Borough in and which were omitted from our mortuary list William Fowler and june child of Wilson and child of Saylor an Irit Fortunto our old Friend and esteemed towns wet with an 1111 of Nurnath mishap i Tyrone station wednesdays Ven ing about seven the Slippery condition of the platform Iii to out from under is and lie alighted consid Erable Force on the Asphalt to was too severely injured to walk and it to summon a convey Ance to remove him to his Home on Dallas an examination showed that his hip was badly which will necessitate his remaining in doors for a week or we with a few Days Rist lie will be himself a atoll known Lily wife of joint died very suddenly at her Homo in tuesday to veer such men As Springer and hol Man to admit of either of them being accepted As the Only thing that the democrats Are certain of is that they Are opposed to appropriations for any Many of them Are clambering for a but the older Heads fear to Call one until they know the intentions of the new members a Little springers state ment that no free Silver Bill will be passed by the House has raised a rum and democrats who favor free Silver Are resenting it As an unwarranted Assumption of nonsensical stories about the state of Secretary Blaizes health Are again Blaine is not on the contrary he is daily performing an amount of arduous work proves him to be in a very vigorous the chilian minister if he de give some conclusive testimony on this based upon his personal negotiations with senator Sherman received warm congratulations when he returned from he has nothing but kind words for a governor by the made Many new friends Here by Ilia Manly speech to the legislative caucus after his postmaster general Walii makers idea of extending the from delivery of mail matter has caught on in con sinking Valley Tho following have the of slicers of sink ing Valley knights of the Golden for the ensuing six months installed by District grand Fleck fast Crawford Noble Mcmullen vice Krider High Fleck venerable master of Dickson clerk of Fleck keeper of Bailey sir Charles Hostler worthy Harry Lotz worthy Crawford Ellenberger Alton Fleck first Elmer Craw Ford second Edward my Millie Dickson representative to the grand 9ovtmitylour years the Bloomi times notes that Friday a respected citizen of celebrated his 74th he was born in sinking Valley on and has since resided within ten Miles of his except while in ten service during the Burley has been with the Railroad company since 1853 and until 1877 served Asmi at latter Date he was appointed watchman in the Blacksmith in which capacity he serves at he has never been sick during his installation at commander of Post of this installed the of hers elect of Simpson the Ollices elect of Earu Bhaw ladies of the at Huntingdon on thursday in the course of his remarks at the i Xinpu Ore Leuner waxed in the following Strain pc ancient Lunil of icy birth Ali client of town on Mother to birth hut Hutu is in Ulm Ionn Titi Muir Shiuli is your relative the town of Tyrone noon one the deceased sister Laporto of with her daughter David departed yesterday to to in attendance at the funeral which takes from Lite Home this Sal Dekl was born in warriors Mark Valow and had Many friends in All of whom will regret to learn of her sudden a Large Stock of boots Grain calf and Cordovan shoes for men and boys and girls at Alices shoe Tyrone Meta gum boots fur at at Lees shoe Juniata and three Bills Autti Ormuz such Extension have already been introduced in the House Secretary Foster has entirely recovered it was thought Best that he should take a Short rest before resuming some has gone to port Ress Harrison held her first Public reception of the season saturday after she was assisted by Justice Gray and Justice senator Perkins was Given a warm Welcome in the what is More important to him to he will get most of the late senator plumbs committee the standing committees appointed by the president for the term ending Juno in the Young mens publican league Are As follows James Brooks e us Youn own wont Cost you one halt As do not Send two cent Stamps for Mill we will Send you Kaufman Arnitt Tine coloured plates Tiroui on its Paunu and
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