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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania W f the Rone by june Stem Mph the latest publication of the Pennsylvania the 1st of june is a Date looked for Ward to by the thousands who make their preliminary plans for summer and their main guide is the summer excursion Book issued yearly by the Pennsylvania Railroad company which regularly appears on that advanced copies for the season of 1892 Are fresh from the and certainly Excel anything of like character Ever published by this progressive Railroad company it is not Only a compendium of All the rates prevailing Over its own and connecting lines to the principal resorts of the but it is equally As valuable As a with full and explicit information As to How trips May be and As to what desirable variations May be utilized to enhance their pleasure and nearly five Hun dred ranging from Prince Edward Island to the mountains of West Ern North from the Southern extremity of new Jersey to the wild lakes of from the Mineral Springs of Virginia to the great Inland Are described at and Over fifteen Hundred representing a Stock of fifteen Hundred special forms of Are set out clearly and intelligibly within its in arranging these routes care has been observed in making them read Over lines that present the greatest number of interesting and in every Case there is a wide Field for Choice they also provide for a return trip by a different so that the tourist May find his Outing a continual Succes Sion of changing it is so comprehensive that one could hardly ask for a ticket to an Eastern resort of any prominence and fail to find it read made by a variety of one Hundred and thirty Railroad and Steamboat lines Are represented in the coupons of these every one of them connecting directly or remotely with the Pennsylvania the cover to this handsome edition represents one of the famous Pennsyl Vania observation cars artistically sex the illustrations Are the finest style of half tone on As High a Grade As the popular Magazine pro s the new town of the town of Spangler is a new enter prise started in Susquehanna township Cambria on the headwaters of the five Miles from on the Cambria and Clearfield being built from Cresson to Spangler and to be operated by the p the following Coal companies Are interested in the development of this Region and have invested their capital in the Coal lands at Spangler Walnut Al Broad top and and Carbon Coal companies Lambirth Scott Bigler and Weaver Betts Bates Ashman the aggregate capital being Whan the operations Are fully devel there will be employment furnished to at least miners in a very Short this Means other labor in and about the mines of an additional this will bring a Popula Tion of Many thousand for for business of All such As there is no better Outlook so far As is none of these companies in tend to own or directly or in directly hence this kind of Trade will be then opened for com the Well known Sterling Coal now employing six Hundred miners at will have three Large operations at and will employ the largest number of this concern has never owned or con trolled a company the miners Cit Hastings in the employment of that Are paid Cash every two weeks and no Money is stopped in the office for any purpose this is the Best guarantee of what the policy will be at the new republicans the regular monthly meeting of the Young mens Republican league was held Friday night in their rooms in the study it was the regular night for nominating officers for the next but owing to the inclement weather the attendance was not and it was postponed until the next Reg ular june a very import ant change was made in Section Arti Cle of the and it will now every first and third Friday instead of the first Friday As it was before this is a change very acceptable to the and a meeting every two weeks instead of once a adds considerably More interest to club it was thought especially necessary just now in View of the nearness election and a meeting every week would wot be too much during the next few the Convent the scholars in music of the Convent of mercy gave another delightful Soiree in the Parlours of that building thursday evening and the audience were More than pleased by the Progress made since the last the program opened with a March for the piano rendered by misses and after the prologue Given by miss Seibels boat song was Given by the misses Garner and this selection was very pretty and Well the next number was a piano Wollen haunts and it was artistically rendered by miss Ella my following came a Tambourine Drill by the the next number was a piano Solo by miss Mary Lanners and it was nicely rendered and a very Beautiful master John Gates of numerous orchestra Fame skilfully rendered Verdis ii Trovatore for the next the piano Solo by miss Minnie Garner which was one of the prettiest selections of the the Trio for violin and Given by misses Vogt and lancers and master Albert was a charming number and merited the Many favourable a Soprano wild was the next number and miss Eva who Sang did so in a very artistic and added greatly to the Beauty of the a violin by miss Adele Eline follow and was warmly received As was Chopin Valse played by miss Jennie Mccann a very pleasing selection was the Alpine violin by master Frank Mccann and the piano by miss Ettie Kolbenschlag which was also Well the misses Garner and Lanners next favored the audience with a charming piano after which the class Sang Walvogel Etui and the program was the scholars Are certainly making excellent headway in their musical and these recitals Are a great Benefit to the scholars As Well As a source of satisfaction to the parents and the lutheran the congregation and friends of the first English lutheran Church turned out in Force Friday night to Greet their new formerly of an excellent program was provided and thoroughly enjoyed by the music was furnished by the sunday school orches tra of the miss mame miss Alice and a Sausser and several recitations were Given and one of the Best things of the even ing was Warings humorous which nearly convulsed the Mattern delivered the address of and addresses were also made by of Al and Berg during the last number of the program which was a selection by the the new pastor was taken around and made acquainted with his the Church 5s to be congratulated on securing the he comes to Tyrone with a record of eight years of successful work in and he will find his new charge one in which there area Large number of earn est and tie conjunction should work a great Benefit in the Church Cir the Osuald unites with the congregation in wishing Berg Stresser a pleasant and a Success Ful pastorate in our charming half rates to Chicago via r for the Benefit of delegates and visitors to the democratic National convention at on june the Pennsylvania Railroad company will sell excursion tickets to Chicago from All principal stations on its at a single fare for the round the rate from new York is Phila and other stations in the tickets will be sold from june 16th to and the return coupons will be Good to leave Chicago until july tickets will be accepted for passage on the Pennsylvania limited in either direction in connection with proper extra fare a masonic tha body of the late Clifford Mac past grand master of masons in who died suddenly in Egypt is now on its Way to this and started wednesday from South it will probably arrive Here in ten or twelve after the burial at port said the body was disinterred in answer to a request from the grand Lodge Here and the masons of port said took charge of it and held a burial see our Lawn they Are what you hardware Twenty sixth capita our regal or correspondent at the National capital has a newsy letter june Resigna Tion of Secretary Blaine continues to be the All absorbing topic of it was not the result of any personal disagreement with the president a the democrats would like to make it but was simply the outcome of Circum stances Over which neither the presi nor Secretary Blaine had any con with those circumstances every newspaper Reader is already seeing that his name was to be presented to the National convention in spite of his february letter to chairman Clarkson and not being disposed to seem to decline something which had not been offered to Blaine decided that the proper thing for to do was to and he did and it was accepted by the president in precisely the spirit in which it was although at this writing the presi Dent and Blaine Are seemingly rivals for the presidential there is not the slightest enmity Between and either is prepared to loyally support the other if or to support any other Man who shall be judged by the Wisdom of the delegates assembled at Minneapolis to be a More available they Are both of them far More desirous of party Success than of personal although they both possess some Loudmouth followers of whom so much cannot be truthfully the Resig nation is regarded Here As equivalent to an announcement from Blaine that he will accept the nomination if the convention sees fit to tender it to and a majority of most experienced politicians Here think that he will be and Many believe slut the president will practically withdraw in his favor by forbidding the presentation of his own name to the it has taken the Canadian govern ment Long time to find out that when this government informed it that it would retaliate if it persisted in com Pelling american vessels with cargoes for american ports to pay a higher rate of toll for passing through the Welland canal than is charged Canadian vessels bound for Canadian ports it meant business and not a Bluff but it did eventually find and for several Days two members of the Canadian govern ment have been Here trying to negotiate some arrangement that will stay Uncle Sams retaliatory they have had several with state department the details of which of but it is no Viola Tion of Confidence to say that nothing Short of putting american vessels on exactly the same footing As Canadian vessels that pass through the Welland canal will be agreed to go by the and Secretary Elaine Resig nation May postpone a conclusion of the in View of recent statements made in democratic newspapers about the enormous falling off in imports and the consequent reduction in the revenues of the the Folio Wing official figures issued by the Treasury depart ment will prove interesting imports april april for ten month end ing april and for the corresponding period last now for our which our free Trade friends were so certain would drop to nothing because of the Mckinley in april 1892 they footed up against in april and for ten months ending april against for the ten month ending april figures of this sort answer the free Trade howls As no other style of argument the democratic scheme for throwing the election of president into the which was first exposed by your Corres by having the democrats in a number of Northwestern states which that party cannot possibly carry unite with the third or Peoples party in the support of third party presidential is now so far advanced that the democratic Bosses have named three and South which it is to be car ried and they expect to name the Republican Campaign congressional and known about this movement for some and Steps have been taken which make it certain no Republican will be allowed to cast his vote in ignorance of in the states and in any others in which an attempt is to work the scheme it will be made Plain to the voters that the third party electors Are but democratic the House before disposing of the Postof lice appropriation Bill sat Down several times very heavily on hoi Man and some of his absurd schemes that would have resulted in curtailing the mail facilities of the several attempts to attach an Amend ment to the Bill repealing the Ocean mail subsidy act were ruled out on Points of which shows that there Are some sensible death of with the merging of waning Twilight into sombre night there passed out of life into the supreme brightness of Eter Nal one for whose living the world was one whose sum Mons beyond in the morn of life leaves vacant the honoured place of wife and Mother in a Home to which she had brought so much Lizzie wife of Shelley cashier of the first National Bank of died at her Home on Logan Avenue at 8 Oclock wednesday dating from a Short time previous to her coming to or for about two years Kloss had been almost constantly under n Hope of some of the most skilful physicians of the country were consulted and every Effort that love could prompt and accomplish was put Forth in her but medical science was baffled and the worthy lady grew a was seized with the severe illness which proved the culmination of her suffering and resulted in the deceased was a daughter of Henry and Isabelle Esplen and was born in Pittsburg thus being aged Twenty seven five months and Twenty three her Early life was spent in Pittsburg where was married 1886 to Shelley Kloss by in the second presbyterian and Kloss then took up their Resi Dence in Mifflintown remaining there until 1890 when he was chosen cashier of the first National Bank Kloas came to Tyrone in the summer of that year and his wife followed in surviving Are her husband and two Little Henry Esplen aged four and Margaret Belle in her third year also her father and two Sisters and two Brothers the latter Are Moore and miss Belle John and William All of Kloss was possessed of a sunny geniality and kind spirit that endeared her to everyone who knew since her residence in Tyrone her continued ill health precluded a wide Extension of acquaintanceship but she was esteemed and loved by a Large Circle of friends to whom her Worth was so plainly Mani even in the grasp of a relentless she continued to be cheerful and Ever thoughtful of the welfare and happiness of those about in the family Circle her Worth shone most re when As Loving and faithful wife and tender Mother she Buncom Plain ugly bore her own burdens and endeavoured to ease those of she was a devoted Christian a faithful member of the presbyterian and one of the most beloved and successful teachers in the presbyterian sunday it was with the most implicit Trust in him whose words she had carried deep to the hearts of so Many Little that she passed from this temporal Home to the grand Haven in this hour of sadness the bereaved children and friends of the have the Heartfelt sympathy of the people of this the Burden of sorrow rests heavy upon their but there must be Comfort in the remembrance that they mourn a life nobly a death bravely the funeral services were conducted by Davies at the late Home of the deceased Friday evening at eight the interment in Tyrone cemetery on saturday morning was advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Post office Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the office for two weeks without being called after being letters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter office at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the week ending misses Flora Nora Lizzie Laura James Felix John impressive childrens sunday evening a Large audience assembled in the United Brethren Church for childrens Day a Beautiful service entitled in Blossom time consisting of Etc was the exercises were in charge of superintendent of the prayer was offered by the pastor delivered a Short address to the children and Sab Bath school after the child rens exercises the school Sang Blos soming for the Benediction was pronounced by the and thus ended a Beautiful inspiring Wall a new Supply As Low As 80 a Fine Gilt patterns at 60 and hardware sad Tittle Frankle blebs drowned sunday even ing in the Juniata the Young son of Jacob and mar Biehl was drowned sunday evening Between six and seven Oclock in the Juniata River just below the child was Only two years and two months of and had been playing with Sev eral other children in the about six Oclock he was missed and his playmates returning without him alarmed his the children could not say anything As to his whereabouts and search was immediately in about Twenty minutes past seven John one of the searching was scanning the Juni Ata and just below the Lewisburg Tyrone Railroad Bridge he saw something resembling a Childs and on closer investigation found it to be the body of the missing willing hands soon and took it to the Home of the grief stricken parents on Woodland just How the Accident occurred is not known As the children were too Young to sex but it is presumed that the children were playing near the River and Frankie fell thus meeting his the body was taken to Pitts Burg on Pacific express monday at which place service and interment will take the deceased was a Bright and lovable Little and the Herald extends its Heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved Par in their sad hour of the cow is the Bald Eagle Valley known As and drawn by engine 400 was wrecked Between Fowler Aad Bald Eagle on saturday evening about seven the freight train was late and followed mail running rather Lively Down Grade at the Point of the a meditative cow had wandered on the and stayed right there until the engine struck and even then she remained Long enough to do considerable the engine and four cars passed on but the next Twenty soon covered the adjacent territory with and Tore up the track for nearly one Hundred the Tyrone wieck Crew was called and worked hard to Clear the track but it want until nearly five Oclock sunday morning that the Road was to allow the express to and the weary passengers put in the night at the the Only one injured was a tramp who sustained several severe which did not deter him from making Good headway towards where he landed Early still very much it will take a Day or two tas completely remove the As As it is strewn along for a distance of nearly a Hundred a delightful evening the last concert of the season in which will be a Happy summer event and one of the most enjoyable Home entertainments Ever Given will be the concert by Frank Morrow and the Tyrone Banjo club in the Academy of music thursday even june for this concert the club is preparing to Render All new selections and they will be Given in the perfect manner for which it is so Well known in Morrow will be assisted in the course of the program by miss Gertie the Charm ing Young and Little miss who scored such a decided bit in her recitations at the recent entertainment by Trinity Mission miss Kate of a splendid vocalist and elocution St who performs her own accompaniments on the guitar Charles whose skill in the manipulation of the Harmonica is Well known Charles Basso the popular Emanou sex Tette guitar and Banjo solos and club it is a concert which should attract a Large audience to the a Law suit about a week Joseph Thompson who built the Grazi Erville Board brought suit before Squire Taylor to recover what he claimed was Back against the committee and Ham he claimed a Day and said that was the the committee agreed to pay him the Case came up Friday before Justice Tay and the plaintiff flu ally agreed to accept the per if the defend ent Spaid the the latter did so and the Case was amicably baccalaureate the baccalaureate Sermon before the graduates of Mountain was preached in the presbyterian Church at Birmingham sunday morning by of it was a practical and instructive discourse in which the speaker pointed out the Joy usefulness and Reward of the Christian and taught How perseverance in following the straight course Laid Down by divine command and surely leads to a successful career and a triumphant death of Horatio Horatio Cadwallader died at ten minutes before ten Oclock on saturday night at the Home of his John on Washington he had been in feeble health for about two since having been by an attack of la and during that time he had suffered several severe sieges of his last pronounced paralysis of the dated eleven Days he was conscious until the end and passed peace fully Horatio Potter who was the second child and Only son of David and Jane was born near Spring Centre july his age being therefore seventy five ten months and nine Days at time of his father was a Farmer and Cooper and with him the Young Man spent his boyhood and after the death of his parents Cadwallader remained at the old Homestead until most of the time being engaged in the manufacture of woolens with establishments at potters Mills and Mill in the latter year he went West spending Only a few months in Omaha and removing from there for a Brief residence in he was then engaged in the business of travel Ling with his family he re moved to Lewistown in 1870 and continued there until when they removed to Here he re sided for two when he discontinued housekeeping and thereafter spent his time with his not having engaged in Active business for the past four at Bellefonte on March the subject of this sketch was United in marriage to miss Mary by John then pastor of the methodist Church at that Cadwallader preceded her husband to the Tomb in their family consisted of eight three of George Cookman Elizabeth Shires and Clara Bay have passed those surviving Are four daughters and one son wife of William of Chicago wife of John of red Calif Orff a Maria wife of John of Tyrone David of Harrisburg and Mary wife o of one of also to these bereft of one whose life has been marked with Good who was Ever tender in the Home and honorable in his every who was Loving and the sym Pathy of a Community which knew and appreciated his is funeral services were held at the Home of John on Washington Avenue at 8 Oclock monday and were conducted by and whar of the methodist episcopal of which the deceased was throughout his life a consistent the re Mains were conveyed on the morning train tuesday to potters Centre and the interment was made at that death of Alice wife of Cornelius died on saturday afternoon in Francis where she had been taken about a week ago in Hopes of benefits aug her which has been very poor for several she was born in the county seventy five years and has been a resident of Tyrone Over forty of besides her husband she leaves three daughters to mourn her Annie and Alice the re Mains were brought from Pittsburg to Tyrone sunday and the funeral took place from Matthews Chapel on tuesday morning at nine a High requiem mass will be and services conducted by father a tenth Street the horse attached to Templeton Crawford delivery Wagon caused some excitement in front of the store monday the Driver was about Start ing out when the Shaft collided with a Telegraph pole and snapped this scared the horse who immediately bolted but he struck Charles hulls Wagon and was turned off the new direction also brought the animal Jam up against another and before he could get a fresh Start several bystanders seized him by the and the excite ment came to sudden death of Lauie Lillie wife of Harry and daughter of John and of sinking died at Twenty minutes after 1 Oclock monday morning at the residence of her husband in she was aged 17 10 months and 3 besides her husband and parents she leaves two Edward and and two and she was a member of the lutheran Church of sinking

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