Page 1 of 17 Jan 1895 Issue of Tyrone Herald in Tyrone, Pennsylvania

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 17 Jan 1895 in Tyrone, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Tyrone Herald.

Browse Tyrone Herald

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 17 Jan 1895 Tyrone Herald in Tyrone, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania By january Twenty eighth news from our own democrats have since the defeat of mail Isles crazy quilt currency Bill in the Houie about Ivan up Hopo of securing any financial legislation at this Rii Stiim without the Aid of the re although they Are running hither Imd Thivier and holding coherence they Art accomplishing Vhey privately a definite Appeal has been made Yoy demo Crata Tii endly to Ilia administration to senators a Lieiman and asking them to borne to tire Rescue of the Treasury and to prepare a Compromise non Piluan financial it is not at All pub abut Attiat these senators will prepare a but and other Hava told the democrats in Tutor what the treas Ury most needs is More and that a i to increase the revenues of tither by an increase in the Tariff on All dutiable or by increasing the internal Revenue tax upon special Tor instance receive the votes of the republicans in born House and foe Ilia i democrats to accept this hint Louii a infers to country if already plam to All except those who 10 the demo cratic policy h a failure and is at hot torn Lespo Sibie for All the troubles of and of the but Aie democrats who do not hesitate to that i he confession be Aud Wulw such action can hardly be it is quite As much so As that any Linau Cial Bill will become a la i at this represent allot who was chair Man o the House committee on foreign affairs in uie last Republican House Aud Wiio will almost certainly occupy the Sawitt position in tue is flt Routly opposed to the recommendation of the United states uti Oum a Irreg to live up the and a Vitaga it now holds under the reciprocity treaty with and agree to a Molli fiction of that treaty which would allow great Britain co tease one o the of the Haw Nikoui islands to be As a station for a proposed submarine Cable Between Canada and while Hitt admits that Cable communication with Hawaii would be very both for that country and the United he insists that this country should control such not Only As a matter of Busi Ness sagacity but a precaution in Case of this is no new position v for As Long ago As the fifty first Congress be tried to have the diplomatic and consular appropriation Bill amended so As to for the Survey of Cable route Between san Francisco and James the Northwestern rail Road Man and who is at pres ent in Washington says of the financial situation it is hard to say what should be done by Congress in the Way of financial it seems to me that it would be a Good idea to leave it to a commission to Frame a take two of the Ablest republicans in con two and then appoint John Sherman chairman of the com it would be Safe to Wager ten j thousand dollars against a cent that such a body of men would originate a plan of currency Relief that would Settle this vexed question for the or Nator in replying to senator Hills attack on the income did some Plain As he usually does when he Speaks upon any he said that any proposition for the repeal of the income tax must be accompanied by one to raise As much owing to the very pronounced need of the Treasury for he called Atten Tion to the fact that if the present monthly deficit was kept up the deficit for the year would reach that the proceeds of x in Bonds bad already been swallowed of by the deficit under the Cleveland administration and that the Gold re serve fund was Down to Ami was still rapidly what the country is suffering from he is a Lack of not a Lack of Gold in the if the Revenue was ample there would be no difficulty in acquiring and no question of maintaining the parity Between different kinds of respects to the administration thusly whenever a member of the executive department appeals to the legislative department to do and has not a plan to it is Good evidence that the executive Branch of the government is in the is scarcely anything in from Toothache to that some men wont grumble one Hundred and seventeen criminal cases were returned to Blair county court of these Only seven went up from be dwells the old fairy Cale about the Hermit murderer living in a Cave near Tyrone is again having its the Marion Centre Independent dishes up the Story now As follows get from Lelia la that the Sayer of old Man Cun i Greene township last win was seen in the mountains a mile from Tyrone a few Days a party of Hunters were up in that and one Day Rhile one of the men was out by himself he noticed smoke issuing from Between a couple of Large upon he discovered a Cave under the which was partly natural and partly it was fitted up in a comfortable shape Aud some meat was cooking on the but although he waited for some time the occupant did not a few Days after this the whole while of their Way called at the queer supposing it was the habitation of some Lone they found the rude wooden door to the Cave securely but upon it was thrust open and a Man with a Winchester at his shoulder one of the visitors knew boo Kamm quite Well and once recognized the Man As the and called him b Jake appeared but backing into the pulled the door sen of him broke out of an exit at the Back of the and walking backwards with his gun levelled at the men until he cot out of Range of their they having sent their guns of with their he turned and fled thou eth our informant says there can be question about it Beins he had Bei n living there for quite a and Teviat articles which bad been missed in the neighbourhood were round in the died at Frederick aged 66 died at his Home at Mckeesport on sunday morning at fifteen minutes past 5 of pulmonary after an illness of about six born in the deceased came to this coup by when thirty years of at Tyrone where be followed his occupation As a Torge Raan for about ten then he re moved to Mckeesport where he resided till he during the family Resi Dence at Tyrone forges the deceased first and was buried m the to Rone surviving Are by second one Sou and four Daugh the children Are William of Wilkinsburg of Mckeesport 4 Charles of and of he was a brother of Mark who also lived att roue forges and in Tyrone a number of but now lives at Mark Price was married to miss Mary Andrews of who is now a number of other Brothers and Sisters the remains of the deceased were brought to Tyrone on Day express tues Day at Aud the funeral cortege moved at once to the Tyrone where the interment of Gilbert conducting the Price was a member of the he was also a member of the order of knights of and the pall bearers we furnished by sinking Spring Lodge of that order in this a Little Vire an alarm of fire occurred shortly after which called the fire men of the place quickly to their posts and caused a Good bit of anxiety among our As it was anything but a favourable Day for extinguishing a it seem that a heavy Timber was exposed Back of the Entrance of a stove pipe in the Chimney of the House occupied Leighty on Columbia in the sixth this bad and the fire had worked up the building inside the Weatherboard ing to the Leighty discover ing gave the alarm and bucket of water in hand quickly ran to the Aud by the assistance of neighbors who hurried to the smoking building succeeded in extinguishing the flames be fore the fire had gotten under full head the Snow on the roof checking its the property belongs to Young of it will Cost about to repair the the Friendship Hook and ladder com Pany arrived on the scene As the fire was about the word came Back that All was Safe before the engines had time to reach the place that might have been but fortunately was not the beginning of a co Flagra in his efforts to put the fire out Leighty had his eyebrows and face considerably besides having a Yery uncomfortable experience in his Progress through the smoke in the attic a party of tyrones coloured folks comprised a Jolly crowd which enjoyed a sled ride to Bellwood monday bold three of the goods re to on last Friday morning Between 3 and 4 officers Miller and Mcclintick were considerably surprised to see a couple Young gentlemen boldly walking up Street from the direction of the Slaughter House belonging to Irvin one with the Hind quarters of a dressed calf resting on his shoulders with the legs projecting for and the other with his arms full of cans containing the officers knew who the Young men and the fact that they had some knowledge of the unenviable reputation they Bear together with the suspicious look of concluded that they bad been in and proceeded to the Slaughter where it took but a moment to determine that the boys had forced an Entrance and had stolen the goods from the Slaughter House the officers then went to the Home of Horstman and woke him he at once proceeded to the Slaughter House and the result of a Hasty inventory of Stock disclosed that the veal mentioned had been together with sixteen Large and Small cans of lard aggregating 350 three Butcher fifteen or Twenty a Basket of sausage and other Worth in All More than in the meantime or Irvin was notified of the and Early this morning warrants were issued for Amos Craig and Charley who were arrested and placed in the lockup later in the Day the boys in the Bastile named Miles As one of the and he was arrested Aud locked up a search warrant was then issued by Justice Smith accompanied by Henry officers Snyder and wands proceeded to bunt up the stolen it was not Long until they got on the two chickens were found at the Home of John one of them on the stove John explained that the boys gave them to and the fact that they were aware that lie was Short of provision supposed that they had gotten the poultry honestly and was performing an act of kindness to him in his destitute circumstances at the Home of Alice Richardson known As the Meehan prop erty along the Bald Tingle Creek a lot of the sausage and other goods were discovered nicely Cov ered up in the Snow at the Side of the the lady claimed that she was not aware that tha goods were and she doubtless told the at the Home of John Mckinney on brewery Bill some of the goods were also they had served As a do nation there and the Mckinney family were glad that it was made known to them that the goods had been a of the stolen goods so far As Irvin and Hortsman Are Ablest o determine were recovered except two or three 50 Pound cans of lard and a number of the the Young men had been careful in each Case where they delivered goods to conceal the fact that they had been and their kindness was of course highly appreciated till it was discovered that the boys bad not come into posses Sion of them in a legitimate their boldness strongly indicated that the Young burglars were More or less under the influence of intoxicants when they broke into the building and car ried the goods but that did not count for much at the hearing which was Given them before the Justice at 2 Oclock Friday officers my Snyder and wands and Horstman testified at the at the conclusion of which Justice Smith held each of the Young men in bail for their appearance at the Mother of Miles was pres who offered to bail her son if he would of the spot swear off drinking for two this he refused to failing to procure bail the three Young culprits were taken to jail by officers leaving Tyrone at 3 05 that they were coupled together with a Zero it was u the Lane near ryders school where the Snow was drifted High up in the the temporary Mountain As it were moping abruptly toward the Little Well filled Stream known in the Days of Indian outrages in these regions As Elk two Fellows in a Sleigh with a spirited horse attached approached the picture of Arctic they surveyed with and yet with Many misgivings the Majestic Elevation of the Beautiful immediately in their the business was urgent lest they would perhaps have been at their Homes in Tyrone sunday afternoon instead of blowing through Snow drifts in the lanes of sinking Val a Section of Blair county noted for its industrious and hospitable productive soil and More than Ordinary interest in the education of its it was one Chance in a and it was decided to make a desperate Effort to capture that but it one runner of the Sleigh glided along somewhere near the sum Mit of the show the other Down along its it was a critical the Sleigh toppled and so did its fellow lauding solidly in the the other cutting a spread Eagle Over him and Landing with one hand in the slush ice of the run while the other kept a tight hold of the the horse fortunately did not become frightened the Fellows quickly emerged from the the Sleigh was hastily turned right Side up and a Quick movement made for the Home of Tussey a Short distance away where commissary sergeant Mcginney Fleck thawed his hand and dried his Glove while the other whose name we dare not mention on account of his size Aud reputation As a hugged the kelp was the forced terminus of the three Miles beyond was the intended but it was not reached and never will be so far As that particular excursion is for the lanes of sinking Val Ley Are filled with Snow from Fence to and the work of the Farmers to Day no doubt consists principally of opening thoroughfares through their word to the la i suffered terribly from roaring in my head during an attack of and because very used Elys Cream Balm and in three weeks could hear As Well As one of my children had a very bad discharge from the physicians prescribed without after using Elys Cream Balm a Short time the disease was Corn Price of Cream Balm is fifty hoods acting through the reaches every part of the and in this Way positively cures the property of John located about seven Miles from will be sold at private Sale at a Low Price and on favourable it contains More than two Hundred is Well fenced and has Good for particulars or the officers of Post 172 for the ensuing year were publicly installed at the Post room on saturday besides a Good turnout of the Post quite a number of ladies and gentlemen were present to witness the Fol lowing is a full list of officers who will serve until the first meeting in january a year hence Traynor Housel com Adam Goss Buck John Waite Gibson officer of the p Meadville officer of the Coon Martin Burley sergeant Michael judge quartermaster James Grady Martin Burley Martin at the conclusion of the installation ceremony a Short campfire was the program being altogether in the retiring and the new one nude Short and and a number of the other officers did by Way of variety a Lively vocal Aid instrumental Selec altogether appropriate to the of was indulged the speech of the evening was delivered by Charles who was a Soldier him the Post during its closed doors meeting Early in the having awarded the Lions share of the recent entertainments net proceeds to the Church of which he is the Rey Freud gentleman was naturally in a Happy and he let himself Loose on the Post and the people the meeting adjourned at a seasonable the old administration having left the Post in Good the new takes hold of the reins of government under favourable and speaking for the the local grand army Post has the Earnest wishes of All for continued Success and order from Bishop an Exchange says each of the four Hundred and fifty priests in the Pittsburg roman Catholic diocese has been notified of an order recently issued by Richard prohibiting their attendance on base football or other games of As Well As attending the the order has been authorized by higher authorities and must be the reason Given for issuing the Erder is that the absence of priests attending amusements or sports has caused in convenience to persons needing their five says aged nine to fourteen the guilty the general store of Gardner in the sixth Ward near Mccamant planing Mill is in charge much of the time of his Andrew for some time Gardner has been missing goods from the shelves Aud wardroom of the such As dried canned Salmon it was evident to him that some one or More persons were appropriating the goods during the Day when his Back was turned or by gaining an Entrance to the store in some mysterious Way after it had been closed for the things went along in this Way for a Mouth or and finally a Circum stance occurred which was a Leader to the opening up of the it turned out that five boys ranging in age from about 9 to 14 have been stealing the on last thurs Day an older brother of one of the urchins found a package of tobacco in their stable Aud called his fathers at Tention to upon investigation the father Learned that the tobacco had been stolen from the store of Gard to which place it was immediately using this As a clue it was not Long until the names of five boys were known to Gardner As the chaps who had been stealing his four of the boys have already confessed their but the fifth one who is said to be one of the worst of the group has not yet stepped up and acknowledged that he had a hand in the the boys in their state that they gained an Entrance in two one by Means of a ladder car ried from the Mill of Mccamant which led them to a window in the Side of the building about twelve or fourteen feet from the a pane was broken out of the window making a Hole Large enough to admit a this led them into the wardroom of the store where Gardner thinks they procured nothing but from the Ware room they were unable to work their Way into the front to get into this room they entered a cellar Aud from the cellar made their Way to the store above through a trap which was securely weighted Down by a Case of dried fruits at one but less securely by a barrel of sugar at the other placing his Back against the door and lifting with All the Force that was in him the largest boy succeeded in raising one Corner of the door High enough to per Mit the least one to crawl through the opening thus once in the Little fellow rolled the sugar barrel then the others were it is said the least boy of the party possessed the tools used in entering the goods to the value of perhaps forty or fifty dollars have been taken from time to several parcels of the tobacco have been according to the statements of the boys the first Entrance was made the night before Christmas and the second the sunday night following some of the boys say that the store was Only entered but two of them persist in the statement that the other three were in five judging from the amount of tobacco that has been missing from time to there is evidently a Good bit of it bid away yet or the boys have been Liberal and Given it none of the other missing goods have been the a have in All probability been besides entering the store at night Gardner is now certain the boys stole goods during the Day when his Back waa he remembers for instance when he would go to the cellar on an errand if one of the boys was in the Hui would find the Urchin on his return making a special Effort to look unconcerned Aud per haps with his hands in Hia pockets and whistling in a Low a performance that was More Apt to confirm suspicion than allay it is not altogether determined but the matter will probably be settled by the parents of the boys and on account of the tender Ages a voice from live says red Flag Oil is Ope of the most successful pain cures we its an unfailing remedy for neuralgia Ana red Flag Oil costs 25 sold at Holmes Andrew Cassel Andrew Cassel died Friday evening at 20 minutes past 4 at the Home of Bis Henry West tenth aged 70 10 months Aud 5 deceased was Bora in Mifflin county March he never Harned a he spent All of his life in the counties of Huntingdon and in 1859 he was married to sirah Goodman at Pennsylvania about a year ago they moved from Franklinville to cold Spring they had lived at Franklin Ville eight deceased w s afflicted with heart disease and lung from which he had been seriously ill about six the wife of the whose Maiden name was Sarah died Early wednesday morning last As stated in these the surviving children Are Henry of cold Henry of William of John Cassel of cold Spring and Anna of one John residence not also survives the it is claimed that the deceased was a member of company twentieth Pennsylvania during the but there Are no papers in Possession of the family indicating the James of remembers him As being a Comrade of his in that company and As stated and Cassel were removed from their Home at cold Spring to that of their Soninlaw at on the old gentleman being very Low at the from overwork and exposure Cassel was stricken with paralysis that night and died be fore 1 Oclock next the funeral of the deceased took place from the Home of Henry Savitz at 2 Oclock sunday ser vices to be conducted by nearly a saturday evening during the pro Gress of the meeting in the lecture room of the first As if to emphasize the words of the who was preaching at the a Strong smell of Brimstone permeated the and smoke arising from a Pew caused the reverend gentleman to remark that there was fire in the which startled the people would perhaps have created a panic in the crowded had not who instantly compre hended the situation and its probable serious called to everybody to be p quiet and remain in their and All would be his words were and nothing More serious re suited than has been except that the pocket of a lady in the congregation was she had placed a Box of matches in her pocket before entering the Church and they in some Way had causing the odor of Brimstone to spread through the room and a Small Quantity of smoke to Rise from the seat where the woman was the miniature fire was soon extinguished Aud the services it was a close Call for that but perhaps presented a practical argument which will be profitable to some persons who frequent the meet Ings but persist in clinging to the ways of the world and its Many homemade dresses women who make their own dresses Are regarded with envy by their less gifted Sisters in these hard times when Economy is a necessity with Many Well Todo anything that gives in formation on the subject of Home dress making is seized upon eagerly and its Utility tested by practical the theres the rub if you Cater to feminine readers you must know that it is important to satisfy their sex the reputation of Olive Harper is a sufficient guarantee of the reliability of the principles set Down and the directions Given in our Home made on the seventh she is known throughout the entire country As a singularly Lucid and accurate fashion writer and signature will be sure to attract the of the Youthful if the youngsters display a repent of their evil doing Effort to be better boys in future and aim to grow up to be honorable useful for this reason and on account of the parents and families of the boys the names Are withheld by who is naturally somewhat chagrined at their but withal is willing do that which seems to be the Best for All great Battle is continually going on in the Inman the Demon of impure blood strives to gain Victory Over the to ruin to drag victims to the hoods Sarsaparilla is the weapon with which to defend ones drive the desperate enemy from the and restore health for Many Arate ily hoods pills cure constipation by restoring peristaltic action to the alimentary attention of All feminine the Herald will publish several illustrated articles from time to by Olive on this live subject for 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 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 As follows for the week ending 12 Matilda Ellie Hallen misses May Minta Amy Mamie my Goa Lea Jon Adam

Search All Newspapers in Tyrone, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Tyrone Herald Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Tyrone Herald?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection