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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Tyrone by january Twenty eighth i capital news prom National Headquarters by our own water is to be poured into the in other the administration has decided to scold Congress and Issue More Bonds to replenish the Gold in the Treasury and to meet the expenditures of the knowing the sensitiveness of the republicans in Congress have purposely refrained from saving much that might have been about the position the administration has taken upon a Mancial mat to lose opportunities to make part capital to arousing Public sentiment which might prove Detri mental to the great business interests of the it was the same feeling which prompted the Republican leaders when approached by the democrats to say they would offer no factious opposition to any measure that promised to be of the slightest assistance to the and to advise the democrats that the Best thing this Congress could do for the Treasury was to Amend the Tariff so As to increase the this might have borne Good or with his usual prevented it by announcing pompously that legislation to increase the Revenue would not be satisfactory to him so Congress has done 1 and another Issue of the third within a is to be set Tator Teller correctly characterized the Vest amendment to the hawaiian which was adopted by a vote of 24 to 22 in the As putting on the records of the Senate an absolute the amendment declares t the sympathy of our people with All efforts to establish Republican ins Titu reaffirms the policy of absolute with the affairs of other and closes by declaring that the deserves approval for maintaining that Teller showed conclusively that the had not maintained that to cards and it would have been easy for him to have shown Itha it directly contrary to that policy in several other instances the begin Niue of the War Between China Republic were somewhat surprised to find one voting with 23 democrats for the Vest and he Hope is expressed that he Only did so be in a position to move a re Cousin Deramcy senator fryes speech rotating the Hilly slander about hawaiian Bonds being sold in new England was a republicans in the House will do nothing to prevent the passage of the Bill for repeal of the differential duty on sugar from countries paying an Export duty on which will prob ably be passed by the House this they Call Especial at Tention to the declaration of the Ger Man government that this Gujjar duty is nothing to do with the embargo placed in american cattle and notwithstanding representative Wil sons having in his opening speech in favor of this repeal Bill insisted that it As a speaker seed tersely put the Bill is so that no body cares anything about new Republican senator from a Ortli Thounh not yet a week his has cast iwo important one for the Nicaragua canal which by a vote of 31 to and one against the Vest amendment to the hawaiian Reso Pritchard has made an excellent impression Uyon his much Vigret is expressed among re publicans in Congress because of the disputes which Are delaying the elec Tion of Republican senators by several such disputes Are always stumbling blocks to the future Success of the a object lesson in democratic is atts was Given when a number of democratic members of the House in Blush ugly and openly opposed an appropriation for the detection of persons violating the internal Revenue specifically illicit the Rea Sou for the opposition May be found in the reply of chairman of the appropriation but not one of the Moonshiner to a question asked by represent saliva of As to aether the abolition of the fee system had not been do not know Ami i am not willing to take the gentleman word for it As Long As his election to this House depends upon the Moonshine Secretary Carlisle is directly responsible for Tea action of the House in jutting two a Mancial Bills As riders on Nundry civil appropriation but be went to the Capitol and personally to democrats not to vote i Gaius one of the amendments jives Carlisle discretion As to the denomination of note issued in place of those and the other make8 Gold certificates no receivable Lor cub dues after july 1 and for bids their use As part of the Reserve of National the Secretary action will not be lost upon the and he May wish before the session closes that he had not taken the initiative in at Taching financial riders to appropriation a sur Palm party which at the Home of m Satur Day evening a very neat and thoroughly arranged Surprise party took it was an occasion that cannot be for gotten by the who were with the Aid of her secretly invited about thirty of tyrones Young folks to to to help Cele brate her twentieth it was an occasion of much simply because John thought it impossible to have a Surprise on about eight Oclock the guests began to and the Host and hostess had their hands full for about an in the meantime nearhoof was detailed to keep the Young Man Down town until about nine then under some pretext to get him Home As soon at Vav Hen they arrived lome they found the blinds closely but still the Young Man never thought of anything when he went to usher m ear Hoof into the be was greeted by a chorus of voices that almost took away his after some Persua Sion he was induced to Yeturu to receive the congratulations of those after a pleasant evening of singing and the guests were notified that something More pleasing to Ile appetite was awaiting All were and they had time to look then they realized that while they were enjoying this most sumptuous meal had been prepared for delicacies of All kinds were in Abund Ance surely it was a meal lib for a Weihu Hie supper was Over a speech was requested of but Meloi that Young Man had time to har vey Huss jumped up and made that new and original remark John is too full for a most enjoyable time was Given to and in the it the hospitality of Host and hostess is extended a Tiu and they have their word for it the party will have the gathering on Amie other night than so that they can choose for themselves ill what hour they will do ton always know where tour daughter is at Mary widow of the late was taken to the Blair county alms House this afternoon by officer William Snyder accompanied by director of the poor the unfortunate woman has been suffering from aberration of the mind for the past two or three in mild form until within the past few yesterday the Atten Tion of the authorities was called to her she has two Sisters whose Homes Are at they have both been Here for a Day or two officer by spent most of last for better the question of improvement of roads in the state of Pennsylvania has been a life one for a number of and efforts have been made during a num Ber of the most recent sessions of the legislature to adopt a measure by which some system would prevail throughout the Commonwealth controlling the Mak ing and keeping up of the Public High but up to present it has not been possible to formulate a Hill which was popular enough to senator John of Westmoreland has introduced two which Are now pending in the present session of the one of which it is thought will meet with sufficient favor to assure its the first provides narrow Job scape from Amos mingle and David of with five of their and with Blair As left Birmingham on Friday in a Tor Pennsylvania to attend the funeral of a on their attempt to return saturday they met with a Ter Rible experience in the Snow and when near Franklinville the sled be came lodged in a Snow Drift and it was m possible to extricate the a Tine team belonging to John were so deeply anchored in the Snow hat they could not Budge the sled nor even find their Way out of the Drift in the occupants of the sled were almost f Roe zen to mingle and Ross managed to make their Way to House near the place where they were they carried the children to this place of the Little ones were so be numbed by the cold that they had to be placed in water to be thawed while the men took the children tothe House Blair mingle remained with the team and when they returned found him lying stiff and almost Frozen to death in the he was taken with All possible to the House and restoratives were the horses had to be literally shovelled out of their the unfortunate party Hud not reached their Homes at Birimingham but by Cai Elul treatment they have been brought out of danger of fatal consequences of their expert Eure it was a narrow night at the Home of services being needed to keep the suf Fering woman indoors and prevent her from possibly doing bodily injury to herself or persons about it is pro posed to place her in the alms House for with the Hope that her Case will not prove so serious As to make it necessary to take her to the Harrisburg Asylum for the William Henchey died on the 17th of november leaving besides his wife three Hildien to mourn their loss the oldest of the children is a Young lady about eighteen years the other a boy and a Are aged about eleven and seven the two younger children were taken to Altoona today by the Sisters of clench by who will take care of the older daughter will make her Home with her thus the Home Mil at least us temporarily broken up Iid the family scattered As the property by Henchey we understand and is while had a similar attack Only in much Milder form once we Are told that her present trouble is largely due to the association of her eldest daughter with a Man now in town who it is stated has a wife and family of several children living in Al All it is of the Mother to break up the association was of to and the Brazen As the deadliest would even enter the Home that is now so summarily Dis and remain there till it suited Siiro to Lik no protest on the part of the Mother could Ter to abandon the Slimy so matters went on till the end of at least chapter is Here in the unfortunate As above those who have noticed the actions of this unfortunate Young girl on the is together with the company she ii s been in the habit of keeping for the past few have had reason to suspicion that she was in a path that was leading her to destruction even before his Leper who is almost a disgrace to the lowest order of humanity came to town to permeate the atmosphere of the place with his disreputable yet teat is no excuse for and he has Heen Given to understand that the for the appropriation of an to Aid counties in Road making his second is the one which is being commented on most a Anil some of its leading Provis ions follow it provides that at the election of next and every three years thereafter each county shall elect a Road supervisor who has a special and scion tide knowledge of Road a supervisors Bond is to be and county surveyors Are made eligible As the county supervisors shall give certificates to applicants As after each township supervisor shall give a Bond and shall receive u Dav for a term of three years township supervisors shall be elected at the same time As county and All can must hold a certificate As Road supervisor from the county the township supervisors Are to meet annually in each county on the first monday in and each county convention shall have charge of the roads of the respective the president of the convention and the Secretary shall take oath for tru faithful performance of their duties the convention by a majority vote May Frame Laws and ordinances for the Regn Lalion of the roads in their respective provide penalties and remove Road officials guilty of neglecting their the convention shall have Power to fix the salary of the county supervisor for three or his salary per Duy for a sworn number of Days to fix the rate wages and hours of Road labourers and approve plans for Road no county Roan convention shall have Power to Lay our a new Road or to vacate any Road except to petition to the court of Quarter ses As now All conventions shall especially pro vide that american citizens and tax payers shall have thu preference in be ing employed or in furnishing teams or material for the conventions shall Levy a Road tax on All property in the several the tax not to exceed eight Mills on annually this the Republican county convention will be held herein there was a reasonably fair attend Ance of the members of the Republican count committee at the meeting Satur Day owing to the heavy Snow number of the country districts were not but the turnout from the towns made up for the it was decided to hold the Pri Mary elections on saturday March the convention will be held in Tyrone on the following tues March to meet a sentiment that prevails with a Large element of the party for a change in the rules from the present system to the Crawford county the committee decided to submit the matter the party voters at the primary and the chairman was instructed to appoint a committee of seven to draw off the Crawford county rules and have them published for the Gri Danne of in selecting Tyrone for the place to hoi3 the county the com Mittee performed a Good is proper recognition of a Section of the county that never fails to take cure of the Republican party on Day of elec and it is right that the represents Tives of the organization assemble Here the last convention that was held Iri Tyrone met in the old m it answered the purpose fairly but we have a better place smile cupper Sudie aged lives with her by Clit in the double Brick House of William ban on Columbia near Beyers Mill wednesday after on the Little girl carried a bucket of very hot water out of the House and set it Down near the Back and a Little later slipped on the icy Steps and fell to break the fall she threw her right Arm out which went its full length into the bucket of scalding Little hero gathered herself up and ran into the House where her grandmother was on examination it was discovered that the Arm was scalded from the hand to the some parts of it very singular to say the which entered the water was injured the least and will not Likely be marked any while much of the Arm will in All probability always contain a scar to remind Sudie of the the child severely for some but an application of Olive Oil and other remedies relieved the pain and Sudie rests very comfortably today in an Arm chair while her grand Mother in their cosy Home gives her careful and kind though but twelve years old Sudie weighs eighty or ninety and is As plump and pleasant a Little girl As you will find in a Days she is the very being a Cleat Field coms Rondout to Zette Ard bulletin bks a Timber making and log cutting do not Cut much of a figure in commercial matters in Clear Field this the of Timber poor cheap lumber from building Timber superseded by structural find the great from what seems now to be an annual the inevitable disastrous has Ilisco if aged lumbermen no generally operate in this to such an extent that they Are looking More to the Coal Indus try As a future investment than unprofitable and risky Tim Ber comparing with the p is two or three very few Raits and a Smalt crop of logs will have Clearfield county this Spring for lock has very few saw Mills of any account any they having been burned Down or abandoned from time to time until that Industry about Williamsport will operate less this summer than Hist year taking wish the fact that some of her Burnt Mills have never been rebuilt shows Wlinich Way the once mighty Chimner Industry is a rare would on a spar raft passing Clea when but a few seasons ast was common thing to see the White Hundred foot together with Hickory Withes forming cumbersome in whose Noble Sticks could Iii be found an Auger i or on its Way to the sea the Pusi Piug the country is rapidly approaching the time when there will Bea permanent Scarcity of the finest fruit that we mean the the Apple Orchards in the United states have been allowed to go slowly but surely to and lower Canada is now depended almost entirely upon to Supply the Atlantic coast Market with in Northern Michigan there has been a considerable increase in the Orchard but this Side of the Allegheny mountains no apples Are now raised that Are worthy of the there Are thousands of acres of farm land now devoted to the raising of wheat at 55 cents a with half the expense and one tenth of the attention could be trans formed into productive and profitable Fine apples Cost t to or three times As much As one and the energetic Farmer who will look Over his soil and see what it needs to adapt it to the raising of Apple Trees and go into the business has a Fortune before sooner he retakes his vile presence from the Community the better it will suit All the decent people of the town and maybe save the authorities the trouble of seeing that he takes his perhaps to find a Landing behind the bars of a prison window such men belong to a class of lepers All of whom should be relegated to some Currier of the Earth where their con Taia Inatius influence would not prey upon the morals of a Community mid ruin Young girls whose surround Ings Are not always such that the tempter cannot reach Tia one is now known on account of the sad Case and fan should leave the town by the first train no matter in which direction it we Are sorry say Bat unfortunately there Are other Young girls in the Low 11 who Are evidently leading lives of dissipation to a greater or less some of whom at least have Wel Todo and respectable they Are permitted to run the streets at any and All Otvars of the the result of which has either led or must ultimately Lead utter and in Many cases the breaking of the hearts of the parents who fall to keep the proper watch and care Over Why they Are permit Ted to go at Large it i Ditl cult to con but it is True no withstand it is important that parents should always know where their boys and Nilis Are at particularly the and they should not Only know where they but a reasonable hour should be fixed for them to be at there sometimes is risk in being too but there is greater danger in giving too much string to the girl or Hoy whose ruin would parents untold suffering bring to the and perhaps wooden gladly take exercise if they can Only jump at take them to premature it is a serious and the careless Parent is subjected at All times to being thrown into a position that any Fortune would not be too great for them to Sac Rifice if it would extricate them from the place into which their thoughtless Ness had precipitated the future is an unknown tax to be collected As Are other taxes at property owners May acquire the right from the township supervisors to improve the Road passing their prop erty the township supervisor shall View the Road and after the work has been Dene under his supervision he shall Issue to the applicant a warrant for the amount of his or her Road the amount of the warrant not to exceed the amount of the All supervisors shall take oath and vacancies shall be filled Asiu the Case of other county daughter of Homer of Lewis who is a son of Gross to her first Gross is the widow of the late Charles Veteran of the who died a few years a new insane on wednesday last a Bill was introduced in the Pennsylvania legislature providing for the erection of an insane Hospital in a District to be composed of the counties of Somerset and it provides for an appropriation of for the construction of the if the legislature decides that the Hospital shall be which is very Tyrone should not fail to put her Best foot Foremost m an Effort to secure when the reformatory was located at Huntingdon we came very nearly get Ting and would have bad it if Merit had been the leading consideration for fixing the we have All the natural and no better Loca Tion for a Public institution of any kind can be found in the Central part of the the Railroad facilities Are such that we could be easily reached from All sections of the proposed District for the our water Supply is com both As to Quality and no better in the the matter should be kept in the minds of our peo and whenever the Lime arrives to Effort should Bax spared to put Forth our claims in the strongest Way a gymnasium class of Belle Foite Young ladies has been organized with miss Mary Linn As they will use the the Philadelphia press proclaims that Early on tuesday the Snow was three inches deep in that we can to a foot for every one of those Jack Johnson it will be remembered slut a big Bur by coloured one of a party of three that Charley Swigert was conducting to the jail at Bellefonte some weeks jumped the train at a depot on the Way Down the Valley and escaped Outwith standing he was Given a hard Chase for a Short several shots from a revolver Only had the effect of hurrying him of More rapidly instead of bringing Hitu to a a is known As Jack find was recaptured the other Day it i and will in due time be landed in Bellefonte Jack was one of the party who engaged in a riot in a passenger car on the Cleat fluid Road some time and so was another coloured Man who Charley Swigert arrested at Bel i Wood monday and conducted to Bellefonte next morn there were a dozen or More engaged in the several of whom were tit the time captured and the others Are slowly but surely being Gath ered and is to be hoped that every one of them will be on hand to get their Medicine before judge love at the next Centre county and May the done comfortably prank who is Well known to Many of our id now a prosperous insurance and red estate Man at Sand his is in a building known is the Marcy Block in that the free leading paper of last week contained a Cut of the building and an extended article concerning the business people occur Pam we reproduce As follows the Rafer in the article to our Friend former townsman Frank the can be distinguished in the pm by his which he acquired while serving in cavalry regiment during the it is said that when the photo for this etch ing was that Coxs attention was called to the and mistaking it at first sight for a Vil Liaukus jackass reflection on the photographer is intended at from Force of assumed the attitude of cavalry preparing for an immediate adjournment under never us while there to any insurance to be real estate to be bought or he occupies the second suit of offices from the Squill and with Justice Hobbs wih toe found by Bis friends in very attractive Ili siness Frank has been m the insurance business for Many yews and thoroughly understands All the ins and outs of the to see Thircie to believe that he has the Best line of companies in the during the past year he has handled some of the largest and most important real estate deck made in this with entire Satis faction to All parties size up in severity with that of Racket they kicked up in the the two about 3 Oclock tuesday morning the engine of an East bound train ran into the rear of another train going the same Way a few Hundred Yards above the Tyrone depot on the main line of the Penna completely wreck lug the Cabin car and four cars contain ing Coal and the Spruce Creek and Tyrone wrecking Crews were called and cleared the tracks in about six All of the tracks wore at no time and Frallic suffered but Little during the morning the Tyrone Crew was with drawn and sent to the ten mile Post near the big fill on the Clear Field where a wreck bad and which was in Doe time cleared up by the Hyle not a Deputy the Altoona m Irro denies that Jacot formerly of this has appointed a United states Deputy mar Shal and states that there is no United states marshal in that who appoints his St one time wrote a letter to United states commissioner Grafius instructing hint to place All warrants which he Issue in the hands of Bernard Clarnc then serving As a special officer on Alomia police Force until further of the strength of these instructions Clark called himself United states Dep Uty he furnished no Boad Aud received no commission nut really Only deputed for a time in special each War Rater served had to have marshal signature to a clause debuting Clark to serve the in other words the marshal could have placed the warrant in the bands of any other Man just a Well Hyle served a warrant in the same manner for Walker on two terse items in Coalport and a Subj Ihetu a party in because he happened to de the Only available person to deputized for the service at the this in All the right he has to the title Auci All be is Likely to Cleau Filu Coal statement of Coal and other trough Tel Prev Tyrone division Over Fortio week in ilium forthe 3ame time last total in 1888 same time Laa year decrease

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