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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania every thursday from uni Bald and Herald july the War upon Lecent occurrences at Washington called Public attention to remarkable attitude of the party in Power towards scientific work As every body knows knows anything whatever about a great Deal of the necessary were of governmental administration a technical or scientific nature and aaa be properly done Only by trained Aasu competent whether they what and that experience is a a Carat valuable in the Long j ears Farias which the Republican party was d Power the scientific and technical tranches of the government work Ware if loped to a wonderful and the first administration of pies Cleveland began the state of Eli was such that this country did sos need to feel ashamed when brought to comparison with other it True that the and hostility of one Branch m a Congress had often refused necessary in the main con were fairly under Ifie first Cleveland administration some in the personnel of the Arienti 2fo a Wiebes of the Public service were which provoked considerable Crit it was reserved for Cleve lands second administration to engage is raids which have provoked condition of affairs is not Only Dis but it is growing worse from month to the warfare that is waged against scientific work and investigation under government auspices by the party in Power is As restless As it is it is by any Means a question of the men have been dismissed it also affects integrity and efficiency of Many important Titre was no question As to tha ability a or Powell or Harrington or any one of two score men who have been summarily dismissed or forced to design from or out of the scientific branches of government service within the last the successors fj3 some of them May and probably Good with training and will become useful Public but after is not the Noah everybody knows not Only that the Banges were made for purely personal partisan but in Complete sole met disregard of the Public it is the general impression major Powell was Frozen out of geological where he ranked As did his accomplished Pride Clarence major Powell Iii cd been s Union and had left an Arm on a Southern and 7his presence was probably disagreeable irksome to the Knightly georgian who has so courageously sensed Many a disabled Union Veteran oaf of the Interior department in the Wirt two professor director of the coast and geodetic was displaced for no other or than that the wanted for a Michigan Politi Don Dickinson professor chief of the has been summarily be knew too was and probably did not enough veneration for the Goose its theory of pro Isasore Davidson is the most recent Vic this a Man of in the enjoyment of All Bis intellectual with the record of a lifetime to the service of the govern he is cast off to make room for a or some Clam creditor in the Possession of Ante and so the dismal tale of personal Iraq rage might be almost indefinitely in the Treasury depart t matters have perhaps been carried High a hand As anywhere since Quincy left the state depart Logan Carlisle seems to have his will is especially Latte matter of appointments and Dis queer stories Are heard about reorganization of the supervising it the famous Dockery joint com sission did not care to it Nargot cot be a waste of time or Energy Fer a committee of the incoming con re38 to look into the the italics of the supervising architect Imbier the present Law Are of the most no portent nature and the technical Tao pledge required must be supple a sited by executive ability of a High both United in the same person Izi order to produce Good in Yogt years a Good Deal of improvement lid been made in the administration of Ilis office and in the Quality of its tet according to recent accounts there Las been a lamentable falling off in respects since Logan Carlisle and of Bis friends took charge and entered upon the scheme of Reorg Auiza what Baa taken place in has happened in Many other of the Public the Seays and duties of which Are even More that actively a Good Deal of in weary work has been discontinued but More has been in tasted to incompetent Aad the carriages without just now the bicycle is All the 3oth sexes and All Ages take to the the livery business is in a Ladly demoralized with All its the wheel is a wheel and nothing horseback Riding allowed portly wherein could be carried a Good Deal of thous but the bicycle has no such the rider May tie a bundle in front of but it is Small and liable to come the wheel car the and that is it May interfere with pleasure tie Bourg Man and his Best girl May go a liking instead of Riding behind a horse n a but two wheels tandem can never take the place of a Carriage or a however very lately there was a exhibition and trial in Paris of Long distances of horseless and that exhibition Las already set England the Trench exhibition brought out about free Hundred such it must Lave been a remarkable one full of Novelty and suggestion of a possible Are horses to be obsolete is and their places taken by or some other Jowe Generator is the time coming when horses will be As unsuited to Short mugs As to Long v no one would think of going a Long journey by or of transporting goods Long distances in hat has the Day dawned when i horses will also be out of data for Short rips if there Are to be carriages with out Why not trucks m the City and lumber wagons in the country who shall say the latter once the former gains recognition the horseless Carriage which won the Trench prize was run by us made a average of fifteen Miles a if endowed with speech such a vehicle might Well say with Young who came out of the they have Fleet steeds that i Petroleum can make such Good time with a Carriage it May yet be seen bringing the Farmers truck to Market and doing All sorts of n City and there was a time when America was the Conquest of the spaniards was quite As much due to their horses As to their it is not conceivable that the horse should be sent to keep company with the obsolete canal boat and stage but a change might fall a Good Deal Short of that and still be a great one by the Side of which the Bike would sink nto the insignificance of a already England is moving in the parliament is about to it May die saturday Shaw Efevre introduced a Bill in the House of commons designed to facilitate the a production of horseless carriages in and when he explained the matter not a single member should the movement prove a revolution t will be the first time on record when a great movement got into motion by unanimous consent and Good this was All the More consider ing Bow hard it usually is to overcome British John Bull is proverbial for the tenacity with which clings to old ways and established where were the magnates of and the cabbies of London was there no member of the House of commons to take alarm at the Prospect of steam rollers with Carriage tops going about the streets getting up a horse panic if horseless vehicles for common Road use Are practicable in they ought to be in England but it does not follow that they would be in the roads in those countries Are Good almost to the Point of but in this country a fairly Good Road is the rare that Are Good the year Between the mud of the Rainy season and the roughness when that same mud is still with Frost there Are Long spells when the Petroleum substitute might balk and be impervious to the lash of the at least the problem would have a Factor Here which would not Embarrass its solution in France or but it is not too much to say that by the time Tho twentieth Century dawns carriages and wagons without horses May be familiar objects in our inter picture we keep a Large Supply of mouldings on hand and can make frames of an size on shortest a 10th not lug nothing John of great recommended Elys Cream Balm to i Cau emphasize his statement it is a positive cure for Catarrh if used As Francis pastor Central Helena it is the Medicine above All others for Catarrh and is Worth its weight in i can use Elys Cream Balm with safety and it does All that is claimed for Hartford for first class photographs go to 10th where a first class Workman is to said to 1mb a2f a Han arrested at Scotia on the charge of having blown no m jail in the Tyrone and Lewisburg train tuesday evening brought to town free one of whom is a Oung new York named Carl Hart an other a Pittsburg de Active named and the a German resident of Scotia who was a prisoner of the other the whose name is Simon Dun 19 charged with being an Anarch and having blown up a jail and an adjoining building or two with Dyna mite in his native country about two ears he located at Scotia about a dozen years ago and was employed As Ore Washer about three years leaving his family he made a trip to returning bout a year later during his absence t seems he was arrested several times or violations of the German he last he broke committed rime As stated above and made Good is escape to this first going to Minnesota and returning to Scotia since that time the new York under an arrangement with the German has been searching or the escaped finally locating and arresting gunshot As the evidently the matter has been weigh no heavily upon gunshots mind lest in would be arrested and of eyed to the Home of his earlier where he would be tried and punished or the heinous the saying that murder will out seems to have proven Rue in this recently gunshot was in Pittsburg and making some in airy As to about Whaff it would Cost to arrest and transport a criminal from Here to Germany opened the Way to his w Ith this Cue and others which level Pecl through his correspondence he detective and the lawyer finally located their and coming Here Mon y evening proceeded to Scotia tues Day morning where they made the a the arrest was made near the Ore Washer and the officer and his associate lad considerable of a tussle with their Nan and his during which a lit be son of gunshot about twelve years old made As Effort to Stab Hartman Vith a the la exceeded in wrenching the knife from boys hands Aud put it in us in will keep it As a Lemeut of an exciting experience outside his usual when brought to town on tuesday gunshot was suffering very much from he trembled like an Aspen Leaf and not a bit of color was in his Juring the hour spent in town he was subjected to the gaze of a curious Evhen sitting he would hang his head and hide his handcuffed wrists Between is the Trio left on Philadelphia express at Oclock that night for new from which City the prisoner will be taken Back to the place where he crime was where he will doubtless be Aud if convicted will certainly suffer a penalty Bat will make it impossible for him to commit further before leaving Here a Chain and pad lock was purchased or the purpose of chaining the prisoner to the car the object in gunshot inquiring As to the probable Cost of arrest and transportation of a criminal from this coun try to Europe was it is thought to get information which would help him to decide whether he was probably pursued or that if it was very expensive no Effort was being made to apprehend he was told that the expenses would Likely run into the thousands of the answer brightened up his countenance and led the detective on to Bis management of the red Oak butter Early in life Hoar United with the methodist Church and emailed Ever an influential member of that he was particularly interested in sunday school for the past two years having served As superintendent of the Metho is Sabbath school in this Hoar was a Gallant Soldier in the War f the he served nearly three first with the 125th Pennsylvania and later on with the 176th Ohio he was severely wounded at Antietam and again in the Battle at fort in private life Hoar was a Man of the highest of a Jovial dispose Friendly and companionable to men have the faculty possessed by in for gaining and retaining warm friendships few men in any co menu Ity could be More sincerely he leaves a wife and two our of their children Are two of Hern dying on the farm in Page county within a and two of them in bed Oak but a Short time ago in the same these misfortunes preyed upon Hoar and being added o by his own failing health was no Light airmen for him to yet he was of sunny disposition in his Home and Mong his and he made friends easily and All of whom of mourn his death and extend warm St sympathies to the members of the bereaved the into we Are in receipt of a letter and papers from Lizzie of red relict of the late William Hoar states that her late husband did not accumulate a Fortune in the but she is left with a comfortable borne and some available Means for the support of herself and Hoar was held in High esteem at his Western As he was in the As an illustration of this we quote from obituary articles in recent issues of red Oak papers As follows manager of the red Oak butter egg died last monday at the sanitarium in Waterloo where he had been for several months under treatment for Hoar received a Telegram sunday afternoon summoning her to his bedside and she took the evening when she reached there he was unconscious ant died in a few Hoar was a highly esteemed business Man of ret having been Secretary and Busi Ness manager of the red Oak butter egg a number of he was born in Miflin March for a number of years he was an employee of the Pennsylvania rail Road company at Altoona and Tyrone holding positions in different capacities prior to coming West in 1879 in that year he located on a farm in Fremont Page when he remained until but was forced to quit farming on account of feeble when be removed to red Oak he came with his family to Iowa fourteen years settling on a farm on the line Between Page and Mont Gomery five or six years a be moved to this City to assume the invalids who live let those who Are haunted with sus icons of heart and even those who have Good reason to know that hey Are take courage from a tory told by the late sir Andrew Clark n the course of a clinical lecture at the ion Don after reminding the Poung students of the necessity for Cau ion in the prognosis or forecast of he sir Andrew went on to re ate an anecdote of a House governor of that very Clergyman who was about to be his intended father inlaw came to him and said you you have no sir you must go and get your life at the end of the medical examination he physicians said to him we can not accept Why said the astonished House we would rather not he i have never been ill in my indeed he was a sturdy Fel said the if you will have you have got heart Dis heart disease How Long shall i live shall i live six months replied the medical you May do he went and the match was broken he wrote to the committee saying that As he had a mortal disease of the heart and could not live for six he withdrew his application for rooms wherein to dwell with his on the receipt of this letter the committee deliberated and said we must superannuated poor fellow and As he has but six months to live we will let him have his Ull he was superannuated upon his full and upon this super annuity said sir Andrew he ived for More than fifty the most pleasant Little pills for Reg plating the Are dewitts Little Early cure sick headache ant Small Small hot weather proves depressing to Hose whose blood is such people should enrich their blood with hoods we recommend de Witts Colic and cholera cure because we believe it Safe and reliable its Gooc effects shown at once in cases o cholera mor Buzaand similar complaints persons who Are subject to diarrhoea will find a speedy cure in dewitts Colic and cholera use no other it is the Best that can be made or tha Money can it leaves the sys Tern in natural condition after its use we sell there is great danger in neglecting cholera and similar complaints an absolutely prompt and Safe cure i found in dewitts Colic and cholera when occasion demands its try dewitts Witch Hazel it i Cooling to stops pain instantly a perfect healer for scalds o skin always cures Rhodie of this a taken in the night with cramping pain and the next Day Dit Rhea set so took half a bottle of Blackberry Cord la but got no she then sent me t see if i had anything that would i sent her a bottle of chamber loins cholera and diary co remedy Aud the first dose relieved her another of our neighbors had been sic for about a week and had tried differ ent remedies for diarrhoea but kept get Ting i sent him this same Rem Only four doses of it was required to cure he says he owes his re covery to this wonderful Mary for Sale a Smiths two drug last summer one of our grand Chi Dren was sick with a severe Bowe our doctors remedies a then we tried Chamberlain cholera and diarrhoea remedy which gave very speedy we re Gard it As the Best Medicine Ever put o the Market for Bowel to this certainly is the Best Medicine eve put on the Market for sum Mer Colic and cholera infant turn in it never fails to give prompt Relief when used in reasonable time and the Plain printed direction Are Many mothers have expressed their sincere gratitude for the cures it has for Sale at 8 Smiths two drug two intelligent there Are two dogs in this City that in Point of the celebrated boar hound that nightly a ears with professor the lion Rainer in the Lions Cage in Claudius says the new York f you have Ever walked up Broadway ate in the afternoon or evening you ave probably noticed the old Blind Eggar who sits at the Corner of Broad a and thirteenth Street with him is dog of the Breed commonly known As he yellow yet one glance at the Nikoal is enough to convince anyone hat is a dog of More than Ordinary when the old Blind beg a is ready to go Home the dog leads he the old Man holding him by a Tring attached to his at every Rossing the dog barbs once if there re wagons or carriages passing he dog will bark Aud Tia id wind beggar will wait patiently it Itil a tug on the string he holds informs him that the Street is Lear Aud that his guide is ready to pro at other times the dog has a habit of whining piteously to attract mention to the beggars outstretched and the whine rarely fails to pro Duce the desired somewhere in he generally about Twenty eighth or Twenty ninth Street and sixth you will come across nother Blind beggar and a the Atter is a shaggy hound and knows his siness quite As Well As his Broadway Ival has a habit of whining to attract but the act that makes him famous is the Man Ner he goes through a if the Road is a big one and the dog can see 10 Way of Gong through it he will growl the crowd scatters it and the with a wag of his proceeds with the old Man who was absolutely pure the old reliable c3carette has stood the of time More sold than All other brands combined what the newspaper no merchant can expect to do a thriving business unless he advertises in the Home people who go shop Ping Haven got the time to run from one store to they Are thorough y posted on the places where they can get what they the newspaper saves them much time and and the Thrifty merchant is the one who makes the advertising a necessary adjunct to his Johnstown has a bicycle livery where All grades of heels Are kept for Sale and Howe and daughter left yesterday for and will visit friends in the monumental City do you travel Are you a shipper the Rand Mcnally railway guide and hand Book contains All pertinent ask your dealers can get cigars from Mckee fort on Woodland known As schoolhouse prop also House on Blair be tween fifteenth and sixteenth of 1404 fourteenth Active gentle Man or lady to travel for reliable salary payable weekly and situation per enclose self addressed stamped the do minion 318 Omaha wooden have a hand some line of Wall papers and room see parties wishing photographs can do Well by calling at Coulters Art studio 10th chamberlains cough remedy cures croup and whooping it is Safe and for Sale at Smiths two drug John veterinary surgeon and Telephone 1252 1001 Lexington Altoona san levs will boat the livery stable of Davis every where he can be consulted by Tyrone leave or Ders at Leavis Kabo 353 contributed by Tyrone we advised in this column to the snare of some Temperance it is Well to know what the liquor men think of they Are watching from the other and it is Wise to take lessons even from an Beer so says often hear of Temperance All of when turn out to be devices for affording the total abstained a Mode of obtaining the stimulus which his system without incurring the reproach that he has broken his one of these is known As Root it is nothing More nor less than a mixture of molasses and floored by extracts of roots and barks fermented with the is the form of inverted gradually changes the proportion of its constituents until it becomes when the t yeast induces the fermentation which splits it into carbonic acid Gas and Alco it is nearly the same Beer As would result if the Brewer were use entirely prepared glucose instead of that in and substitute bitter extract for if Well fermented and Given a sufficient age before it contains some five to eight per of about twice As much As in lager Beer but has no nutritive extract or Nitro Genous dont give me any More of those bottled said a gentleman to his Sha a new Case has just been sent Home what shall we do with it if you Are not going to drink any More throw it All he and dont let the children have for i find that they have a bad effect on they Rouse a thirst for something stronger and i have formed a habit of following them up with lager this makes me nervous and Cross and i expect i will be crosser than Ever in the morn but my eyes Are and i will not take that that injures my nerves and weakens my we used to read a great Deal in the Long ago about the Danbury his comic experiences in the news of that City entertained thousands of readers All the country he has not been heard from for Many just now it is Danbury woman who bids fair to become four Hundred of it is have agreed together under covenant and penalty not to marry any Man who uses no wonder that the Man has become lost to if it has become necessary to resort to such extreme measures to arouse his the action of the Belles of Danbury is a Boycott upon the saloons by refusing to accept their Young women of Tyrone and Blair learn from your Sisters in Dan Bury and refuse to tie up to the Man that say to him As the Young lady said to her Beau if Yon prefer the Keg of lager or the bottle of wine to said just take them to the and get married to what do you mean asked just what i i dont want a Young Man to come Here evenings Chew ing cloves to cover his and hide his habits of ii you like lager More than you love just marry it at and dont Divide your affections Between a woman and or a woman and love and wine have no How you exclaimed i mean what i say unless you sign the and keep you had better not Call Here John did sign the and he kept and he married perfect sure to five Price Only study Here is one dress stay that wont melt ant Cut through the dont stay it is balls u lengths All study perfect for a Home medi they Are purely vegetables containing no Cal Mercury or other injurious and act gently yet surely air without any pain or hoods fills Are also being dusted by a new sold by 25 sent to mall on receipt of Price by Hood afm drum Hood pills prevent Aid Tow

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