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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania T f Tyrone is by june Twenty ninth capital news from National Headquarters by our own june one thing not surprising about Cleveland selection of Judson Harmon of to be attorney general in place of who has been made Secretary of is that Harmon is a corporation Cleveland has made considerable Money As a corporation lawyer and he doubt less expects to resume that occupation after March which in a for his partiality for corporation it is understood that one of Cleveland objects in taking Harmon into the Cabinet is Hope of placating senator who has not been Friendly towards the administration since the Tariff fight in the the cuckoo democrats Praise the new but exr presenta Tive of an ant Cleve land voiced the opinion of Many democrats when he said of them both appointments Are characteristic of the one is the promotion of the most unpopular Man in the cab and the other the exaltation of a comparatively obscure attorney to one of the most important offices in the country it goes without saying that there will be no change in the conduct of either the state department or the attorney generals in the absence of the the individuality of Olney May make itself us did that of Secretary Gres Ham in the Alliance while the president was Duck but it a be expected that trusts will thrive and jingles will howl Aud without in the least disturbing the complacency of the of distinctly and exclusively Means presi Dent after All the personality of the Cabinet Means As they Are All merely clerks to carry out adjourned school Board the adjourned meeting of the Board of directors saturday evening was called to order by the every member responded to Roll in pursuance of a Call by the presi at the unanimous request of the Board of the object of the meeting was to decide whether or not the Board should elect a Borough us whereupon the follow ing Resolution was presented and adopted by a unanimous vote that the Board of directors elect a superintend ent for the schools of Tyrone further be it that the direct at the office of the con Vene immediately for the purpose of holding said election As provided for by said in accordance with the aforesaid Call the Board reconvened for the purpose of electing a Crawford moved that the Board proceed to the election of a Borough superintendent for the Public schools of to fill the term expiring the first monday of the motion was Sec by the salary of the superintendent to be elected was fixed at the rate of per Kauffman was nominated by Miller and unanimously elected to fill the unexpired a deserved Honor to tyrones efficient superin teachers examinations will be held june that the Public May not form erroneous opinions in regard to the election of the the following explanation is Given according to an act of As boroughs or districts having a population of 5000 or Are entitled to elect a Borough or District superintendent with Power to examine being regularly commissioned by the state the change brings with it no additional but it does give the Board of directors closer supervision of teachers and con Cleveland the big democrats Are trying to make the Public realize that exse Cre tary Whitney is playing his not As an assistant to but As an Independent candidate for the democratic presidential even senator of new who was senator germans lieutenant in All the fights made upon the administration policy during the last session of con Gress by Thenorma Noriee seems to be in the at any rate he has taken while in washing to state very positively that Whit Ney was out for the nomination also to give Whitney a lot of some people Are of the opinion that the prominent ant Cleveland democrats Are going to make use of Whitney to beat Cleaveland at his own and that having bound him by a which he thought be was perfectly Safe in to support a hit Neys they Are going to work with the idea of nominating Whitney on the first Exco Gressman of new Doest take a Rosy View of the Prospect of the democratic party in his although he was a democratic member of the last and a candidate for Cadmus is a silk manufacturer and a believer in he says politically the state is very although there will be an election for governor this i have no doubt of the Success of the Republican and the chances Are that the democratic nomination will go the Kentucky republicans Are confident of their ability to elect their candidate for and hopeful that they will elect a majority of the legis which would mean a Republican successor to senator they have written to Washington asking merely to be let in reply to oilers of assistance from outside we dont want any outside writes one of or one Dollar contributed by anyone not residing in the we have got the democratic party split and we Are going to the governorship and probably the the administration is determined that Blackburn shall not be returned to the if it can Possi Bly prevent Secretary Carlisle when he returns to Kentucky this week will go prepared to compel every Federal employee in the including fourth class postmasters and the army of internal Revenue men connected with the big distilleries to choose Between fight ing Blackburn and the loss of their to it will not be surprising if Secretary Carlisle becomes an open candidate for the Senate before the Campaign he Doest care particularly about returning to the be cause he expects to go on the Bench be fore this administration but he wants to Best and if be thinks becoming a candidate necessary to do it will not dewitts Colic and cholera cure never never fails to give immediate it cures lust As sure As you take Sequei itly better the change does not require nor does it permit of the holding of a separate but the teachers of the Borough will As heretofore meet in regular session at Hollidaysburg under the management of the county the bicycle editor Tyrone daily Earlc to the suggestion that we have a bicycle lantern i would like to add a word in its favor and also make a few almost All of those who have taken part in either of the two parades that we have bad have dismounted after it was Over feeling that they bad just passed through one of the Mostun please ant experiences of their lives and Al most vowing never to take part in an the cause of it All has the wheelman assembled without any understanding a to the Speed or the route to be travelled and those in the Lead led them at an excessive Speed through Dusty streets Aud even out into the this is All right for those in the but those a few rows Back were in a continual Cloud of breathing it into their and per haps struggling to keep up with the so that when the rounds had been made they were almost exhausted and were reeking with perspiration and Grimy with let us have a lantern Parade and show the people the prettiest procession that has Ever passed Over our but have a route selected and a Pace maker who will regulate the Speed so that those who look on and also those who participate May enjoy leagues in social very pleasant social was held Friday evening at the Home of miss Helena on Washington ave Given and for the Benefit the Epworth league choir of the first methodist the House was prettily and tastefully decorated with the entertainment in a social Way was agreeably supplemented with the following program piano and miss Jessie Calderwood miss Mary Reiley miss Margaret Owens piano miss Nora Guyer and miss Annie Calderwood miss Sarah Murdock miss Mildred Bouse miss Calderwood and Frank a Silver collection was taken for the fund to Purchase music for the league one of the pleasant features of the evening was the plentiful refresh ments gracefully All Young and less Tor nobody Felt beyond the Bounds of enjoyed a thoroughly pleasant mothers will find chamber Alna cough remedy especially valuable for croup and whooping it will give prompt Relief and a Safe and pleas we have sold it for several years and it has never failed to give the most perfect sold at Smiths drug childrens How it was observed in three of tyrones at three of the churches in Tyrone children3 Day was observed the English presbyterian and first each one had an interesting and Bright and Happy faces and Flowers the service at the lutheran Church was held at 11 Oclock in the the program was neat and altogether appropriate without special Effort for the pulpit platform and Organ were neatly decorated with Fra Grant Flowers Aud the children Clad in White made a pretty picture As the exercises the services were conducted by the and those having places on the program performed their parts some of the larger scholars gave dialogues and while the Prim Ary department under Sausser engaged in recited in their own Peculiar Little ways Aud in general made no a very interesting part of the pro Mattern made a Short address on the orphans Home of the lutheran Church located mutter is one of the Board of trus Tess of the institution the collection lifted was for the Benefit of the at in the evening the services were held at the presbyterian Here a Bank of Flowers on the pulpit platform with a few bouquets Aud plants formed the which was neat and the program was Short and consisted of recitations Aud singing by the the Little speeches by the smaller scholars were especially interesting on account of the earnestness of the Little people and the diversity of style in Furbay made a Short address on the importance of sunday school and superintendent Cavan made a few remarks at the close of the exer stating that he had a project in mind which would interest the school in the near at the first methodist Church the program was More elaborate and the decorations were very the Prin Cipal feature of the exercises was a Golden Gate for this the Pul pit platform was extended to the altar railing on which were located a profusion of plants and Flowers of various kinds and in the midst of which was erected an Arch Gateway with Gates at during the service three wreaths were Hung on either Side of the Entrance to the Gate by three Young ladies and As Many Young gentlemen representing pilgrims in search respect ively of each one As he or she approached with Wreath engaging in conversation with a Young lady guardian at the Gate As to the meaning and principles i valued in these a key being presented to each of the Young ladies and gentlemen by the guardian containing the sin self which unlocks the Way to the principles of life indicated by the a Cross was finally suspended in the Arch and the Golden Gate was Sung while the pilgrims passed under the Cross and through the in addition to this pretty service there was singing and exercises by the Little Frank Waring delivered a Short address on childrens Day and How to observe Gilbert made a Short address on the importance of a Good collection for the sunday school childrens which collection was afterwards the exercises were d by superintendent of the the Tyrone Cycle Tyrone Cycle club met Friday even ing at the Empire and the first meeting of the present season was not wanting in numbers or the following officers were elected for the ensuing year Wilhelm vice pres Daughenbaugh Secre Wolf Eby Board of Harrison Charles far ran Nissley John first Charles Clark second Thomas arrangements were partly made for a lantern in which the club wishes the cooperation of All the wheel men of whether they Are Mem Bers of the club or the Date has not yet been there will be Many novel features introduced in this Parade and it will be Well Worth the club will meet again this thurs Day evening when the Date Aud route of Parade will be a pretty in the presence of a House full of guests at 5 Oclock thursday evening John of new and miss Jennie Calderwood were married at the new Home of the brides and Andrew at Hon est town near Hundred Springs the ceremony was performed by the Bride was handsomely dressed in White Satin and car ried a Beautiful bouquet of White roses and Orange the Groom was tastefully As Best lady and Best Man miss Beulah Burnham of Ironville and Stover of Bellwood were bridesmaid and groomsman re the House was tastefully decorated with Flowers Aud evergreens which added to the brilliancy of the occasion and was in Complete Harmony with the Bright costumes and smiling faces of the ladles and gentlemen assembled to witness and enjoy the ceremonies attend ing the event which joined the two Young people for miss Nora Long of Ironville played the Mendelssohn wedding March As the bridal party entered the apartment where the Cere Mony was the Groom is master Mechanic for Brown Brothers who operated in this Vicinity a couple years it is hardly necessary for us to say that the Bride is the accomplished daughter of and Andrew As she is Well known in the besides the guests from this Community the following were present from a distance and Calvin John of Jersey Shore miss Lizzie Worley and William of Altoona John of Franklinville and George of following the ceremony the guests partook of an elaborate supper prepared for the and the entire evening was delightfully spent by the Happy As the Bride was the recipient of Many handsome and Nelson remained Here till Sun Day when they took their departure for new Jersey where they will establish a and the Good wishes of Many friends will accompany the Herald extends congratulations and wishes them a Long life together with unlimited fire works for the editor Tyrone Herald is hardly necessary to Call attention to the fact that it is but a few weeks before we again will be called upon to tender our congratulations to Uncle Sam in commemoration of his one Hundred and nineteenth it has been remarked for the last few the growing and very properly of celebrating the glorious fourth in a display of fire and that several Hundred dollars Are each year spent by individuals in this Man Why would it not be a Good scheme to select a committee of say five to canvass the and solicit contributions of this i have no doubt that the majority of the Citi Zens who usually have some Money to Burn on that would willingly and raise a fund sufficient to give a very creditable and pleasing i have had the pleasure of assisting several times in a plan of this sort and can vouch for the Success of and that it is not Only More effective than a Large number of individual but it affords a Large amount of pleasure for poor Chil Dren who have few opportunities of indulging in such knowing How modest All the gentle men would be in volunteering for this i would suggest Rich Ard Eby and none of the above mentioned have been con but i have no doubt they can be persuaded to do a Little work for their country one of the poor wheel ens the following signs or whistle signals will be observed during Parade until further notice ready to single column of of four la danger la since 18611 have been a great sufferer from i tried Elys Cream Balm and to All appearances am terrible headaches from which i had Long suffered Are late major and Elys Cream Bairn has completely cured me of Catarrh when everything else Many acquaintances have used it with excellent Price of Cream Balm is fifty column column break wheelman will please familiarize themselves with the above signals and at no time during Parade ride closer than fifteen feet from the rank in front of hoods pills cure liver a pleasant All to learn Dressman Delcena Logan nearly every one needs a Good tonic at this hoods Sarsaparilla is the one True tonic and blood Mountain what a correspondent says of this educational a correspondent to the Altoona Tribune writes As follows concerning Mountain whose commencement season has just ended if you wish a drive of pure turn your horses Heads with the current of the Blue Juniata and follow the picturesque River Road Down the Stream until the great Hill looms up before you with its Welcome Shade on on up Seminary so neatly bordered with soft grass which slopes up to Gravelled shaded by Hundred of the Pride of the Vil to the hospitable Gate of the which is the heart of Bir Mingham As Paris is of the great main building has been neatly painted during the year and stands a conspicuous object in the exquisite Mountain landscape which bursts upon the View As the traveler on the Pennsyl maniac Neutral makes the curve at Bridge with its surrounding build Ings the Seminary forms a Little Community by the location is in the grounds very the lawns luxuriant and and within the vast enclosure there Are specimens of every tree that can grow in this a collection delightful to any while mosses and ferns and Flowers make it a Paradise to the miss whose Wise training has sent so Many hundreds of Young women out into the world to bless is an enthusiastic botanist her botany room is Well stocked with microscopes and other and All through the pleasant Days the girls with tin botany boxes Slung Over their shoulders roam Over Hill and Dale in search of specimens of Flowers and ferns to Analyse and press neatly into the great herbarium which each Pupil covets to carry Home As trophies of her some of these Are very handsome and deeply interesting even to the the new Tennis built at great expense and labor by the energetic Busi Ness is As near perfect As anything of the sort be and promises Many hours of pleasure to lovers of the when the Stormy Winter Days prevent outdoor exercise the gymnasium is the resort and under the skillful instruction of miss Searle the girls become expert in dumb Bell and Indian club Drill and All those wonderful marching evolutions which belongs to such an exhibition highly creditable to both teacher and pupils was Given during the the gymnasium also con contains an admirable Bowling Alley which occupies Many a Rainy afternoon during the school All Day on tuesday this gymnasium and the Art studio above were visited by Many the studio rooms Are finely one entire Side being of and they Are Well supplied with plaster Here again the pre siding Genius is miss an artist of growing reputation whose enthusiasm has been contagious to the class which has been this entirely of very Young All but what marvels have been wrought under skillful teaching and magnetic the charcoal and Pencil sketches which adorn the Walls from the hands of the misses Rowley and Hagenbuch Are admirably executed and full of miss Maggie Cass a Little girl of 12 has three Little gems in water colors each worthy of lengthy mention chief among is the old Fisherman pushing off his the China tables were miss Mary Campbell has done a great Deal of very Fine work and Little Nellie the youngest of the has also some very pretty samples of her work in this by request miss Searle had some of her own work beside that of her her morning is Verv and her Cool summer picture of a Young girl in greek costume reclining on the soft deeply engaged in is very attractive and while the Winter hurrying Over the calling through the frosty is full of her copy of Morrill birth of the virgins admirable and won Many we venture to Prophesy for miss Searle the Success her Many friends wish for her in the use of her great Talent and we warmly congratulate her upon the thorough foundation work with this years pupils at Mountain William Mccormick William whose death a bad been momentarily expected for ser eral Days died at his Home in sink ing Valley on thursday morning Al from an affliction of the bore on the Duncan farm two Miles above Arch siring in sinking Valley Marche he was 72 2 months anti 20 Days excepting a couple years immediately following his marriage the deceased spent All his life in sinking in Early life he Learned the Carpenter Trade in the Valley William but later engaged in farming which occupation he preferred and continue Fin till the on the 29th of at yellow Springs he was married to miss Ann Templeton who died Al the family Home four or five years the children of this Union who survive William Harry James and Clara who reside at the Home Stead Sarah of Altoona Maud of sinking Valler Mary of new German Perry and Laura of one of his William and Ann Mccoy Are both in Tyrone on the 24th of deceased War married to Elizabeth taj3ois who survives Early in life deceased connected him self with the Arch Spring Churchi but a number of years to transferred Hii membership to the Tyrone the funeral occurred at 10 Oclock on saturday morning at the late Home of the after which interment was made at the Arch Spring Ceme Harvey gite me and Gilbert officiated at the William Mccormick had Many ats Quaintance and friends in this Diate and his familiar face will by missed by our townspeople Well As by his Bora and friends of the Valley of his nativity and Long All of whom will not Only cos Dole with his family in their loss but will be sincerely sorry to learn of Hir a aged lady Hannah Ayres died at the How of her Annie on Lincoln at Oclock thursday from the effects of paralysis with which she waa attacked about two months she was 86 years of age on the 4th of the present deceased Mamet name was Hannah in Early life she was married to Jacob Ayres in Lancaster after some years residence in Lancaster county the family moved to Hunting Don near Mcalevy Ayres died about Twenty two years surviving the deceased Are four sons and four Viz William of York county of state of Missouri of the state of Delaware Matthew of Altoona Samuel and of me Al Aveys fort of the state of and Annie of two Sisters also sur namely Sarah Lazarus and mrs Rachael the former living at Sunbury and the latter at they Are both rider than the subject of this each of them being be tweet 90 and 95 years of was a lifelong member the methodist episcopal having connected herself with that Church at the age of eleven and was a coir Sis tent Aud faithful Christian lady through auda kind wife Ami at on Friday morning a Short service were held at the Home of and at the remains were taken on Day express to Petersburg where the regular services were Hel after which interment was made a at the enu Siville always ahead of the pressure upon the advertising columns of the Tyrone daily Herald necessitate a fourteen column supple in this direction Tyrone Mer chants and business men Are ahead of a fast that our people should Tyrone people support their newspapers with More liberality than do the people of Huntingdon sup port a Tyrone Hoy in the magnificent pyrotechnic displays put off on thursday and Friday even Ings were the work of Harry of and were designed by him and manufactured right Here in Bellefonte a More magnificent display could have been secured anywhere else foe double the amount of Money and the committees having the firework in charge were fortunate in securing the services of dry and his daily great excitement in miss Cora while walking along Church Street near sixth yester Day fell Over a dog and sprained her left came Tot Binkoff Tyrone has about dogs to every Square Yard of and the query is How our girls get along without falling Over the dog Large on the Street is As great a wait Ance As the and he should be prohibited from meandering except he foe alone and by a Ottar

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