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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania The e by june Day of Observance of memorial Day at Tyrone and suburban Point tributes to the nations again memorial happily chosen Holiday when Sweet Floral trib utes Are lovingly bestowed upon the resting places of those whose lives were offered As a voluntary sacrifice Tor the perpetuation of the for Twenty four years the grand army of the re Public has observed in this fitting Man Ner the thirtieth Day of tha season of Blooming Flowers and since it is the anniversary Day of no Battle of the civil it is As Well a Day upon which harsh memories need not be victories and defeats can Well be forgot in the Bright Spring Sunshine amidst delightful the sacred duty of honouring the nations dead can be observed in All love and National monday morning promised a gloomy showers fell in the Early morning and there were threatening Clouds later but the Sun stole out and remained to cheer and brighten the the Observance of the usual exercises began Encampment 36 Union Veteran under the command of colonel leaving on seashore express for where the ceremonies of the order were strictly carried out and Floral offerings were placed upon the Graves of John Foreman and John soldiers buried thence the legion marched to Bir Mingham where they took part in the Joseph Madison was the chief marshal at this Point and the pro cession included the sunday school Birmingham birding Ham Camp of patriotic sons of America and the Union Veteran after the ceremonies of the ritual add the decoration of the the people gathered in the presbyterian Isenberg presided at the meeting and of delivered an eloquent and appropriate the list of soldiers interred at Bir Mingham is As follows methodist Cem Samuel Burket Henry Daniel jes Sie Henry Johnson j Thomas Aaron James James Lewis Charles John Joseph Emanuel John John presbyterian Thomas Hor John Mcfear Samuel Alfred Thomp James James John Ste Robert Jacob John Clem Baptist Ceme Hurdman William James Joseph John Josiah William Post 172 left on the Early train for Bald they were accompanied by the drum Here impressive ceremonies were also carried the sunday school children with their Floral wreaths being present in Large numbers to join in the memorial the oration by Wil Liam of took place in the methodist and was a stirring and powerful tribute to the departed veterans of the civil War buried at Bald Eagle Are Andrew William David Frederick Reuben Hou George William Jeremiah Reuben Mathias Abednego David Jacob Isaac William a delegation from Post 172 also visited the graveyards at woo Mersand at the latter place of made a Brief Christ Miller is buried at Boomers Aud David John Hoffman and John Mccoy Are interred at a delegation for of decorated at Browns near in the morning the Observance of memorial Day at Tyrone was arranged for the afternoon and at two Oclock the line formed under the guidance of chief marshal on Pennsylvania in front of the Post the procession formed in the following order Post 172 firing chief marshal assistant marshals James Loudon Smith and Birmingham speakers in two Hundred sunday school children under command of assistant marshal woman belief corps drum Encampment Union Veteran 18 Jones Post 80 pe9ky banana a Tyrone Clarens the instr mice potty a Jonah t John eminent commander of Mountain commander 10 knights of ant representative from that body to the grand Cor Mandery at Philadelphia returned from the sessions of the Frater nity on columbian express wednesday night with improved ideas of the deceptive proclivities of the average banana Peel and a qualified regard for Accident on monday night about Oclock Ray was passing the Continental hotel on Chestnut Street when be slipped upon a banana Peel and fell heavily to the alighting upon Bis right he sustained a break of the right the Bone technically termed the radius being he at once went to the Jefferson Hospital not far Distant where the injured member was treated in such a manner As to in list the sufferers Hearty appreciation of the excellent Mode of treatment at that famous despite the necessity of wearing his right am in a Ray remained for and attended All the sessions of the grand commander on tuesday and heis now suffering the inconvenience of forcing his correspondents to decipher left hand Chiron but reports that the injury is getting along a Peculiar feat ure of the Case is that Only two weeks ago Ray subscribed to an Accident policy and Tor his period of one armed existence he will draw the convenient Balm of thirty dollars a All that worries him now is that lie int decided whether to blame the mishap upon the banana Peel or the attentive to their the present Board of school directors which held their final meeting on Mon Day to close up the years work and arrange for effected their first organization june from that time until May the number of regular meetings held was the number of absences from these meetings is As follows president none Secretary 2 3 6 13 14 the reason for tie larger number of absences of Templeton and Hiltner is readily Templeton being n commercial traveller was often out of town or arrived late when meetings were held and Hiltner being employed in the repair shops of the Tyrone was frequently called to wrecks or important work at the time for regular or special the interest which the school Board have manifested in their administration has been continued throughout the three there has been perfect Harmony in their deliver and they have Given the schools an Able and economic president Smith has been especially de voted to the work and has fulfilled his duty in a manner that does him he lost he had asked her to marry and was waiting impatiently for her will you expect me to keep House she finally my love the servants will attend to All you wont ask me to make the or Broil Beefsteak certainly my Angel we will have a and i will not be compelled to Pound the washboard y How you ask such a question then i cannot marry i have been brought up to do All those and i could not be Happy in a life of when he realized what a treasure he Tiad he went sadly to his luxurious and vowed to remain a Bachelor free ashamed o the the highlanders Are Loyal to scottish sir Walter while Mak ing a tour of the Western Highlands wrote to the innkeeper of Loch to have rooms prepared for on the appointed Day it rained cease As Scott Drew near the he was met on the Hill near the House by the with bared head and backing every Yard a Scott thus addressed him Gude guid sir Walter this is just awful i Sio an a downpour was Ever the like i really beg your Par Don 1 in sure its no fault of 1 Canna think How it should happen to rain this just As o a men of the War should come to see it looks Amarat personal 1 i can Only for in just ashamed o the weather i med on Tab for a Good cheap Whitewash Brush go to Franois Gus hardware Bee our Lawn they we a great a big contract Given to Wise a historical Ninevah tinder Wise have under con tract one of the largest Scenic works Ever the old studio being insufficient to accommodate the work the firm have secured the building o Joseph on brewery four teen men Are at work in this making frames and putting on the and Host a interest ing part of this Early operation is Mak ing Patent preparation is put on the which hardens and presents a surface very similar to this makes an excellent surface for the drawings and delicate the finer work is done in the old studio on twelfth Street and washing ton three artists Are there now and four More will be added during the next ten the painting is for pain Aud is 360 feet Long and its greatest height is 42 representing the City of Ninevah under Saran this City As our readers probably was the capital of and at the time the painting represents was at its Zenith of be ing some sixty Miles in circumference with Walls 100 feet surmounted by 1500 towers each 200 feet the Wall were wide enough for three chariots to race after being the seat of Empire for several centuries Ninevah was besieged for two years by tie medes and and fell about 625 and was destroyed by Saran Pulus being consumed by this conflagration of his own the immense size of the picture necessitates its being painted in sections and Small Aud each is numbered and so made As to fit the other the production of this spectacle by pain son will be the Best they have yet Given and we Nave great reason to be proud of this contract being Given to Tyrone evidently the confines of the present studio Are too Small for the rapidly increasing work of Wise and a Large and commodious new Structure will soon be an absolute Luis Lovo Ici Ockl the new Republican county commit tee met at ten Oclock saturday morning in the arbitration room of the court House at to effect a per Hammond and Caldrell was the Roll of committeemen so far As they were present or repro was made after which balloting for chairman of the county committee with Tyusbey and Claude Jones As the nominees were Manlove John Hurd and All of on the first ballot the vote was As follows Patter 40 82 17 As none received a majority of All the a second ballot was ordered the names of Hurd and Ikea being most of Hurds strength went to Manlove who received 49 votes to 41 for Man loves election was then made and after a Brier the new chairman assumed charge of the the following members were elected secretaries of the committee r George Olewine and c Altoona Tyrone Hollidaysburg roaring the meeting then mos covered self respecting journals in this year of our do not want jokes about the Mother inlaw the Goat the Lover and the bulldog the wooer and the fathers Boot the daughter Aud the Coal Gas Bill the Spring Chicken the Spring poet the mule the stovepipe the railway Sandwich the Man Olio inns Home from Lodge the Church fair the Church fair Stew Spring cleaning carpet shaking the Young Man who pawns his clothes bodily ail ment country cousins imposing upon City cousins or vice versa High hats at be theatre Low necks anywhere bad husbands ice Cream in All its forms the Cook and the kerosene can the dude the Tariff the Tariff is no joke the banana skin circus lemonade the oat on the Back Fence the Bootjack who wears boots the warding Bouse boarding House fare be actor who walks Home the plumber the Gas meter the Back Man Drunken Ness is Permis sible if there is any fun in it the Small boy Aud Green Apple the toy pistol the Small boy on the thin ice Susan Anthony grandfathers Bat the eng ish cab Phoebe Couzins the free Ucb the soda water Wink Joe mul and All jokes that Are not fresh or too hardware of Ewy Frano sous hardware roae Adale and Portland Cement on hardware Twenty sixth a far sudden Sarah of cold Spring forge bled at the sapper Sarah wife of William of cold Spring jus West of went to Altoona on tuesday to attend the funeral of her Howard earns and remained a guest at the Home of her mrs John Yonng in that she had no been feeling Well for some weeks by yesterday was apparently in her Usua no warning being Given of the end so at Twenty minutes Pas 6 Oclock wednesday however just As she bad finished supper with or Young and his and with a half uttered word on her her head drooped Forward upon the her friends rushed to the assistance of the strike lady she was found to be beyond human death had come with instant from Hean her William and family were sent the sad message after the the deceased was borr in Snyder in 1837 and was nearly 55years of she was married to John who died in leaving her with seven All of whoa survive in 1883 she was married to William whom she leaves to mourn her sudden All of her children live in the Vicinity of Tyrone the sons ate William and David and the daughters Are Sarah Aud she is also survived by three Sisters and two John of Altoona Mary and Kate of George ail William of Grazi Erville near death of saturday morning at a Quarter past 6 the soul of Samuel Heister passed from time to eternity at her Home on Pennsylvania Avenue and thirteenth after a Long fought Battle with the deceased was a daughter of and George of Irons ilk and was born in that place april Mary Martha Mattern was joined in marriage to Samuel february and Fly children blessed the Annie and Minnie Hies All living and residents of she is also survived by four Sisters and four of East Brady Erbana of Tyrone mrs George of Philipsburg Ella of Dubois William of Blair matter of East Liberty Sanford of and Charles of Jean Taylor and Amanda the other brother and preceded her to the As did her father who waa killed at the Bridge at Ironville during the the deceased was a consistent and zealous the services were held May at two Oclock in the first methodist the elks the new quarters of Tyrone Lodge Are assuming a and the old Harris building seems to have been magically trans formed by the artists in the rough work is finished and the carpets Laid and some of the furniture is already the new piano for the parlor arrived on saturday and is a magnificent instrument finished in a Birch Wood Case to match the furniture which is ornamental Cane the work done is indeed excellent and the pretty in papering and decoration is very the Lodge is to be congratulated on their new quarters and they will be no by the visitors at the reception on june a Huntingdon a special dispatch to the Herald states that John a bricklayer of committed suicide sat urday last by shooting the deceased lost his wife several years ago and had never recovered from the Bio about 10 Oclock that morning he went into the cellar of Hazlette store on Penn and the occupants were startled some minutes later by the report of the Rushing Down stairs they found him dying from he effects of a Bullet wound in the the body was removed to the nearest undertakers establishment and his relatives the Luke at about Twentyfive of on local lovers of journeyed Over to Houtzdale and after dinner climbed the Mountain and joined about 400 More sports from the entries were Maud Bay Charles Tyrone Roan Charles Houtzdale May Bay the betting pointed our Way and Maud Douglas was first May Knox won the test two her beat time Ming but this we and Dili scooped the and re and Bis backers scooped the aide How were details of the Sioux disaster which swept away prank Hender sons recent letters from Johns treasurer of the Sioux City Nursery Anc and of Sioux convey the details of the drowning lit the awful flood at that of Frank son of Sam Uel of Eden near his wife and Little babe were victims of the terrible disaster on May Frank Henderson waa contracting teamster for the Sioux City Brick and tile he lived with his Little family Well out in the Middle of the and soon after the uprising of the flood a House beside his floated four times boats tried to reach the Henderson residence but failed in the at last Andrew who was a fellow Workman with and another gentleman succeeded in reaching the they Cut a Hole in the roof and the family was taken on Board from the when they made for the opposite running before a terrible the plucky Little party would have reached the Shore in safety had it not been for striking a floating Railroad tie which upset the Henderson and his and Anderson As drowned the bodies of and Hender son have been recovered Aud the double funeral took place at Sioux City last according to the latest advices the body of the babe has not yet been lab ult of the Secretary of internal has published in and Vance Section of part of the annual report of that comprising an exhaustive review of the Legal relations bet we n employers and employees in prepared by Albert the chief of the Bureau of Industrial the first seven sections Are of a general in which the True end of the Rule of duty that ought to be established is consid and the difficulty of legislating on the next is presented a review of the Early cases in and in the us ital the Frazier Case was the first reported in Pennsylvania in in which the supreme court decided that an employer was not liable to an employee for an Accident resulting from the negligence of another unless the employer was negligent in selecting the reason for the decision is then followed by a review of All the subsequent next is considered the Rule requiring All employers to select suitable All tha modifications that have been made from time to time until the then the cases defining a fellow servant Are presented As Well As those defining the liability of an Independent con this portion of the report Clos ing with some suggestions for legislative consideration the next part of the report contains All the legislature of other while the concluding part contains All the foreign legislation on the National John of Bedford Thomas of Blair Storey of and John of som the candidates of their respective counties in this congressional District for delegates to the Republican National convention at with their met in Johnstown wednesday evening Aud elected John of and of As delegates to the National convention John Scott and Jasper of Somerset As and Theodore of As presidential the selections were All made there were to instructions nor resolutions a pleasant miss May Heims gave a delightful company at her charming Home Logan and 12th Street thursday about Twenty couples responded to the invitations and the leap year character of the caused much the guests indulged in cards and danc no until a late hour and a magnificent repast was served during the Svery one present enjoyed the occasion thoroughly and the charming hostess made each one wish for another such evening in the near a Hera of Stop a last Friday night a passenger train on he Low Grade Railroad ran into a Herd of seven cows near the do Jois courier says the cows were in a deep out and the engine killed three of hem and injured the Pony wheels of the engine were bounced rom the track but the train was not Only half an hours time was Ost in getting the running gear Backoo the end of the Dill the charges of embezzlement against the a banker of Clearfield in the United states District court at Pittsburg Nolle crosses were entered in the four cases against president of the first National Bank of the charges were the settlement of the Case was made with the consent of the attorney the comptroller of the currency the receivers and the terms of the settlement were the assignment by Dill to the receiver of the Bank of and the payment of certain claims which have already been noted in the the receiver of the Bank will be Able to pay the claims of depositors in and the stockholders 50 per police chief police William Snyder put in a very Busy Day thursday and made several trips to the Public build Ings with beams that Hurt the Eye of the the first candidate was rested at and taken before Bur Gess who imposed a Fine of the convivial wanderer part with his and was thereupon sentenced to thirty six hours in the a stay of two hours alone with his opened the purse he put up and thursday evening about eight Oclock another besotted individual came under the Eagle Eye of William and was assisted to the Corner of tenth Street and Washington at eight next the Burgess in Dulcet tones requested a contribution of for the the prisoner complied Aud was soon on his Way about 9 Oclock thursday this efficient guardian of our peace forsook the men and with his usual escorted a lady of arabian nationality to the she was annoying wayfarers on tenth Street by asking Aud had secured More than was needed for bed and refusing to Stop when old by the he gave her a room As before until next when she was released with a warning to leave Tyrone and its charming and nothing has been seen of Thia it is pretty certain she has patriotic song at the thirteenth District convention of the patriotic sons of America convened at Bellwood in the room of Camp thursday with District president Davis in the the following flyers were appointed John past president vice president master of forms Secretary pro Tern conductor committee on Gardner and the representatives from Tyrone were Light Ner and among the resolutions adopted was one designating Tyrone As the place for holding the next convention and another recommending that Dickson of Camp of be the next District according to the re port read Camp 327 Lias initiated Twentyfive me cubes since february 22 an Early election in John of upper Porter and William rolled a game of tenpin on the if Forbes beat Sechler would vote the Republican ticket this if Sembler beat Forbes would vote the democratic Forbes and thus the republicans gain a vote this a Childs death Wilbur the Young son of 3scar and Minnie died Friday noon of congestion of the Ungs at the family Home in Stony deceased was a Bright and Bis death is a sad blow to his parents he was aged four months and eleven the funeral services were held at the House monday and interment at Hannah a Good the adjourning of the impeachment court last saturday on account of weavers Cost the people of this Commonwealth nearly one dose of chamberlains cholera my diarrhoea remedy would have saved ibis and we As a of Economy and Bav the state provide against future contingencies of this nature by furnishing each senator with a bottle of that valuable Dowa 5 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by it is a truth in Medicine that the Mallet dose Tea performs the cure is be Ude Witts Little Early users Are the Small eat Pilla will perform be cure and Are the Bright people Are the quickest to buy we of Jar Tobt people the Sany rim if you Are net Bete Pulli will make you

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