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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania By january Twenty fifth year an ingeniu9 speech delivered by in run Zerlino at the banquet to Maurice Hughes last Friday in response to a Toast at the banquet to Maurice Lughes Friday ran Zerbe delivered the following in Renious which in puns give the list of Feaster present Hughes who have called upon me to know How very greatly we appreciate the acquaintance of d ring his Short stay in oui his pleasing address and gentlemanly Ronnei have won for him the esteem and Friendship of us his business Mission Here has been to direct or assist in the erection of two building which stand today As Orna ments to our Beautiful City which we All so Well one of them our new place of the acad my of let us presume that its Mana Ger bus among his bookings Bonier boy Thomas or wat son was by writer Hillner under the management of we Are witnessing the closing act of interesting the scene is Laid in cold Witter we notice a Beaston in the to the Wright sits tie unsuspecting in the distance can be seen scout Piper astride his Bonine or ten minutes in Advance comes hero Morri a Burley sort of fellow Scull lie arrives lust in Urne for the beast which proves to be a Black Barr is about to he traps the Baar and holds him captive until Captain Murdock and Bis the band the Huntingdon band gave its con Cert in Naus opera House Friday night As per but we Are sorry to state there was Only a Small audience the music was excellent and lovers of Good music in missed a grand treat that is not offered every by not from beginning to end the concert was exceptionally and those who were fortunate enough to be present were greatly impressed with the musical ability Dis played by the members of the Hunting Don every part of the pro gramme passed off without a and the Only regret was that there want a full this we partly be blamed on the baud Tyrone with several did not mow the merits of the and per haps some judged it by our in they did not want to risk spending their Money for that which would give no now if the band would have Given an open air con Cert to show to our people what could be expected at the concert in the opera they would undoubtedly have been greeted by a larger the programme opened with an exceptionally Fine overture called Prim Rose which was beautifully squad it was decided by Vogt to the pet boy Williams to apply the the play closes with the vindication of the suspected villain we said in his melodious Wallace be merry i am glad this Harrisin thing is Over aults Well that ends and we will not wait till the mor Row for some music from the to i know that Tju Hamilton and Meredith agree with the rest of the boys Otty Rone that your leaving gives us cause for while we say Good Bye it is not fare and we Hope you will Al ways have pleasant recollections for the town in which you spent the last Mouths of that you will a Leest occasion ally mingle with being of German extraction i will always say in the Dia led of my Dot Mou Libys one of Zerbest men Dot i Ever latest news in the Bureau of american republics has been informed of the final adjust ment of the debt of which been pending for several thousands of cattle Are slowly starving to death in Southern the Winter has not been equalled in severity since and the ground is covered with Snow to a depth of from 22 to 60 the grip is spreading among the indians of and 100 Pima have died during the past three the epidemic is prevalent also among the and whole villages have been episcopalians at Are indignant at a lecture delivered by Dean Keifer in that in which he stated that any Man who accumulated a Mil lion dollars was a he declared himself to be a socialist and called upon the clergy to express their funeral services of a simple character were held Over the body of the late jus Tice Bradley at his residence in Wash which were attended by Mem Bers of the members of the supreme court and the remains were then shipped to whence the interment took place minister of foreign affairs of notified minister Egan at san Tiago that the reply of the chilian government to the demand made by the United states that Senor Maltas often Sive note be withdrawn and that reparation be made for the killing of the Baltimore sailors at Valparaiso will be made nothing regarding its purport can be there is much excitement at Valparaiso and Santiago and War talk is the absorbing topic of the British government has notified the British minister to offer his services As a mediator Between the United slates and loves dreamland was next very creditably Given by the this was followed by a baritone the message from James Wingard which Well deserved the heavy applause Kik Iriki a selection from the of Peculiar composition then the audience for a then that grand piece which will never fail to inspire an ii was most superbly rendered by the miss Amelia Kline next captivated the audience by a very pretty Soprano Warren a gentleman Well advanced in the mysteries of a pleased the audience by a Fine the band then played an Amusina and Lively air Uncle a trombone Solo entitled Friendship next called for deserved the might have been an engine while entering the Yard strikes a Wagon loaded with an Accident that might have ended fatally for John Henry and two horses occurred monday morning about ten fortunately the termination of the affair was not quite so Henry drives uie Coal delivery Wagon for the Tyrone fuel and Supply and this morning he was engaged in hauling ice to fill the company ice when near the Railroad crossing on Dallas he stopped the team to ascertain if there was a train noticing an engine standing just below the he perceived no and consequently started the team to but before he had gotten a very few the engine was started for the on account of the icy condition of the Henry could not Stop Tilte and the result was that the engine struck the front part of the pushing it and dragging the horses a distance of about fifteen when the Engineer stopped the Locombo the horses were removed from the harness when it was found that one of them was quite severely injured while the other one escaped with bruises and Henry saved him self by the front Axle of the Wagon was broken in two it is difficult to decide who is accountable for the Driver or the in Jolly minstrel a Medley by the condition of Carrie the Yousim Carrie still remains in a stupor most of the after remaining in this state from tuesday evening till thursday evening Sitf regained her senses for an hour or two but then into an conscious in which she has remained most of the time up to this when conscious she is perfectly rational excepting that the time from tuesday evening at 9 Oclock is All a Philipsburg have you tried it a new Gam called editor Delight is played in this Wise take a Sheet of carefully written fold care fully and enclose a Bank note sufficiently Large to pay up All arrears Aud one in what adds immensely to the pleasure of the game is to Send along the name of a new subscriber or two a com pan led by the keep an Eye on the and it a smile adorns band closed the evenings entertainment the concert gave entire Salish action and we will go idly Welcome the band at a return the Leader deserves great credit for the excellent condition in which he has gotten the the citizens of be ancient Borough should feel proud of this Fine musical com Nunlie editor Tyrone Herald there Are worse things in the world than poverty and one of them is a lady of our who a few Days ago was engaged a soliciting alms for a poor said the worst rebuffs she met with come from one Mer Enaut doing business in our town re fused to give any because the poverty struck family were not attached to the same Church he yet this same individual takes and solicits Trade from All i am sorry to say that he is a and pretends to be a but i am very much afraid when the great Roll is called on the last great there will be no room for him in the upper Chambers of christs to will be consigned to a very Low i didst know that there was a Man in Tyrone who was so bigoted and rooted in his Relig ious that he could not possibly give to relieve poverty just because he had an idea that ones own denomination ought to see after their own Mem god knows if some of our people were to depend on the charities of Church organizations for Coal and food i am very much of Aid the subjects would get to be Angels before the assistance would reach according to the logic of some i would ask How Are those who need and dont belong to any to receive help when they actually need it i suppose they should be left to starve to death so that the world would to rid of and save such bigots the extreme mental anguish of exposing their wee Little dried up hearts by refusing to give Aid to on account of them nut belonging to the same or to cover up their stingy dispositions by compelling them to go Down within their pocket Sand scratch out the Small eat Coin they have in their Possession Aud throw woman of the household would throw a Bone to a i would like to mention names but i cant do it you but you can rest assured that it is entered on the great big Book of time and when god comes to Call his children All such bigots will be found in the rear with their Teeth chattering for fear they will get too near the flames that in Dureth forever Aud if there is such a Good for for turpentine is communicated editor another town a few Days i was under the necessity of spending the night at a House called the Washington the keeper of the place seeing from the Register that i was from Tyrone inquired of me if i knew of any hotel stand for saying he had to leave the Washington that it was a Good stand that the bar paid i inquired of him what the receipts of the bar averaged per he replied that they were from one thousand to eleven Hundred dollars per he further said that during the week of the fair they were much larger that he had an extra counter and it required seven men to hand out the liquor at banquet to Maurice Maurice of who for the last three months has been aiding in the superintendence of the building of our new opera was tendered a Farewell banquet by about Twentyfive of his Tyrone friends Friday about ten Oclock Hughes was found Uptown and taken miss Mary Korbs restaurant where three heavily Laden tables and a number of smiling faces awaited after Hughes recovered from his pleasant the Bountiful repast was will Sculpin acting As toastmaster gave some very wierd but they All came to the same an expression of the Heartfelt sorrow at Hughes and a wish that wherever he May he will make As Many friends As he has one gentleman re marked that the livery Man and some one else would miss Hughes More than the but we dont believe music was furnished by a Harmonica and manipulated by Eby and and the vocal solos by Clark and held the audience to attempt to enumerate All the Good things said during the toasts is utterly beyond but from the welcoming speech of our genial Burgess to the Benediction Toast by John All United in their expression of Good will for mingled with much regret at his in conclusion we can add that while the girls were not at the we Are of the opinion that Hughes will attend to those farewells in a manner Peculiar to and while it May not take As Long As the boys no doubt it will be just As we Hope the Job will not be too Burey a one for our once again we will say Good Bye and god Speed to Hughes in whatever Field of labor he May be May he have a very warm spot in his heart for and should he Ever visit us he if such is receive a heartier Welcome than his his face the trick works the permanent Good More than Coin now is the time to play the 1 Pensata for applied either with a rag or in a the pain and healthy Latsiou soon its use a at first attended with considerable feeling quite interested in the con i inquired Aslo who the customers were whether he sold to the travelling Publ c or to people around to this he replied that the far mers nearly All drank that they All come to town once a week or suite every i supposed they Only took a drink or but he said they often got pretty full said he did not sell to them when full but they got it at aug rate that pub did not drink fellow Iii if you know of a place where such a Man is walled to carry on such a busies if you will report to i will perhaps be Able to find one to fill the a Good a Rule for living happily with others a to avoid subjects of Dis it mostly when people live much that they come to have set topics around from frequent there is such a growth of angry mortified Van Ity and the like that the original subject of difference becomes a standing subject for and is a ten Dency in All minor disputes to Drift Down to if people wish to live Well they must not wild too much to and suppose that everything is to be settled by sufficient Johnson saw this clearly with regard to married people when he snid wretched would be the pair above All names of wretchedness who should be doomed to adjust by every All the minute details of a Domestic but the and plication should be much More general than he made there is no time for such Aud nothing dial is Worth and when we recollect How two lawyers or two politicians can on and that there is no end of on sided reasoning on any sub we shall not be sure that such Contention is the Best Mode for arriving at the but Berta july it is not the Way to arrive at a Good Safe to the fact is not but this Little reported by the new York must have taken place in the Good old times when ministers were More congregation5 More than is the Case at a trance entered the meetinghouse in the Middle of the and took a seat in the Back presently he whispered to the Man at his Evi Dently one of the old members How Long has he been preaching thirty or forty i an swered the elderly i dont know ill Sheti null inn s he must nearly the latest in Geni mens walking Glove is a Shade of Cream the Republican at a meeting of republicans held Friday night in the rooms of the Young mens Republican it was decided to hold the primary election of the party on february from 5 to 8 Oclock at the several polling places of the to nominate candidates for Ward officer land to elect delegates to the Republican Borough convention which will be held at eight Oclock on monday february in the rooms of the Young mens Republican the election will be held on tuesday the following february do you read the Herald i shirts for full dress Wear display a broader expanse of Linen cuffs Are a Dainty accompaniment to the tailor made Witter departed today for a visit of a few Days to friends in Nicholas Lewis is prospecting for Silver on his farm near he thinks he has Good indications of the no tidings have yet been received concerning the whereabouts of who disappeared from his Home in Philipsburg a week or so Walter manager of the grocery department of Crawford cos Mammoth is Able to be out after being Laid up for More than a month Svith a severe attack of the on account of the repairs to the heat ing Apara Tusin the presbyterian Church being not yet the usual weekly prayer meeting which was to have been held last has been postponed until this Jacob Fouss is lying very ill at his Home a Short distance from Tyrone from the effects of the owing to his old age and also on account of Bav in suffered with different diseases for the past few fears Are entertained for his we Hope he May baffle the disease and come out Well and the funeral of the late Edward Ham of whose remains were brought to Tyrone yesterday for very largely a Large number of the members of Al Toona Lodge United american me with which the deceased was came to Tyrone with the when enjoying the Delight of keep Winter remember the the weather you being Wall bundle a up in furs and with deliciously warm houses to reside is for some of the unfortunates particularly True hearts Are More than and i you would be really Happy in this work diffuse happiness about if each person who could afford to do so would help some very poor the aggregate Ani umut of Good done would be very capital our be Guilar correspondent at the National capital has a newsy Tetter presi aided by his having con ducted the negotiations with Chili to the stage where an ultimatum was regarded As necessary and having taken All needful precautions to put the coun try in a condition to maintain its just demands by if now turn the responsibility of deciding whether we shall continue to wait on the pleasure of a demonstration enforce to hurry the chileans or declare War to enforce our Over to As provided in the Congress having All the facts before it will doubtless treat the matter with due consideration and finally arrive at a conclusion that will be satisfactory to the people at there is no partisan politics in this question which involves the Honor of the United states and its standing among the nations of the and it is not believed that any attempt to drag politics into which May be made by congressmen of will be countenanced by the democratic another Brilliant democratic scheme has Cornelo it was asserted by members of that party that the treas Ury was becoming so depleted of Cash that it would be necessary to so Amend the Mckinley Law As to bring in larger income from custom and to prove this assertion the ways am Means committee adopted a Resolution calling upon the Secretary of the treas Ury to appear before it and declare the present and prospective condition o the Secretary Foster being absent in search of assistant Secretary Spaulding appeared before the by a business like statement refuted every charge that the democrats had made so conclusively that they Are probably sorr they adopted the he Sai that the actual receipts of the govern ment for the first six months of the fiscal year were and to expenditures and that the estimated expenditures for the enter fiscal year were or jul less than the estimated re there is at present on hand in Cash 728 which added to the estimated surplus which will exist on the 30th of june next will give the Treasury on that Dale nothing very depleted about that he v Mills has blood in his Eye and it is bad Texas he is still sore Over his and he does not care a Continental who knows he int1 mates and pome of his hotheaded friends boldly declare that he intends to Lead a re Volt against tie Crisp gang Wien the first Tariff is reported to the House from the ways and Means Mills also swears vengeance against the presidential aspiration of senator and says he shall never get a an old Soldier a Brief notice was made in mondays daily of tie death of John which sad event occurred at his Home tween main and Logan londay afternoon at 2 after a Gering illness which confined him pc othe House for the past year or the immediate cause of death was from injuries received and confinement in a Ebel prison during the late the deceased was bom at Huntingdon december Leiu Giu consequence at time of death 1 month and 15 Days of on the 5th of he was United n marriage to miss of Cumberland where they resided for several and afterwards with his Mother and Annily removed to they in that place for about five when he and his family came to and for the past fourteen years have been residents of this place Luis us which time he made a innumerable number of he was a Pri vate in company eighth United states Colorry infantry in the Ivil and during the Battle at he lost his left leg was taken prisoner and served thirteen months in tint terrible Andersonville he was a member of col outs Post grand army of the of this he Drew a pension which was a great assistance to himself and family during his sick he was an honest Man and a Good citizen and his death will to Felt by sides his wife he leaves to mourn their three daughters and one who Are misses Bessie and All of whom reside at Home and of Washington funeral services were held the House yesterday afternoon at two being conducted by the interment which was in charge of the Giand army of the followed in the Tyrone assets of the Tyrone Mattern and Viseu appraisers appointed by the com Mon pleas court of 4ilair county to make u inventory and appraisement of the signed estate of the suspended Tyrone lived a statement of the result of heir labors in the prothonotary office Hollidaysburg monday appraisers Isenberg and loss also filed a separate statement of he assigned property of Claude following is a recapitulation of Tufi Zissels of the Bank and Stock a ording to the finding of the appraisers Tyrone Bank 78 00 Flynn a steel 75 of Anil 00 clause 10740 00 single vote from the Hill combination is ruling the democratic party with a Rod of in spite of the que Irviing of the it owns the democratic National As was ully proven last week it owns the speaker of the and it intends to dictate the presidential ticket and the platform upon which the democrats will make their National Campaign this the funerals of the late Justice Brad of tie supreme for he Hac one Here and one a Newark new where the inter ment is to take were by his re quests strictly being attendee Only by his intimate am the justices and officers of the supreme he was appointed a member o the supreme court by general Gran in March and during his service on the Bench he has made a reputation that is part of the history of tha he was known to his col leagues As the hardest worker Aud the most scholarly Man on the Bench much interest is already expressed i the appointment of his the democrats in the last Couyres spent a goodly portion of their time i denouncing the code of rules adopted the republicans of the Pai Ticu Lavoy that portion of them which curtailed the privilege of the majority to filibuster and now the have prepared for the present House precisely the same the Only differ ence being that they Delegate the authority to close1 debate to the com Mittee on instead of to tie that some such ule and has been in order to allow the majority of the House to every Lair minded Man familiar wit i congressional proceedings will and in following the Lead of the re publicans the democrats have Only done what they always Thev denounce everything originated by the and afterwards adopt the very things denounced As their use Tipton mined Only by total 78 six Hundred acres of Coal Laud in 31earfeld the property of the Are appraised at the Bond of Assignee of the Tyrone Hoover and the sum of was approved by John the president fist Conrad and Mitchell Are the sureties of tie the Bond of Assignee of Claude in the sum of was Beyer and Gray Are the sureties on this the claim of cashier Guyer that the Bank would pay All its indebtedness a full is Well supported by the finding of the Aud the estimate made should certainly be encouraging to the he 11 us a Chicago Engineer has figured out that his City will be destroyed in he says that Lake Michigan has washed out the soil of the City so that the strip of Earth upon which Chicago stands has a thickness of Only 16 feet and is too weak to sustain the weight of the Coll Osal exposition when the depression occurs the City will sink 40 feet to the next not withstanding All this the preparations for the Columbia exposition will go or and will be the wonder of the this fellow must evidently be from new York and is trying to frighten the used at regret to announce to his Many friends and acquaintances the death of John of on thursday he was the former manager of Mumper mines near but for several years past he Lias been engaged in hotel business with his brother being proprietors of hotel one of the leading houses in that he was Well known in Huntingdon Blair his death was caused by pneumonia Aud he was confined to his bed Only a few regular subscribers Only pay 00 a i year for the weekly

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