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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Via Tyrone by june Twenty sixth year tyrones fun orites win a Bull from Belle Foito in in Benl the Tyrone Baso Bull club trudged Over to wednesday and at their initial Stop on their first Mountain league trip captured a neatly played the Story is Short and to Tyrone ears Pitcher Metcalf had his ingenuity with him in abundant he was received nobly by Catcher and the others Fellows gave the Battery Al Wool the game was exciting throughout and was finished Only when the last Man had been called five Hundred spectators witnessed the the score in de Tau which explains matters totals la 3b in o totals k 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 k 0 i 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 ii 1 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 8 h 0 0 1 i 1 1 1 i 0 o 1 1 8 0 0 8 11 a 1 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 27 o 8 i 1 it 4 6 15 a 1 0 1 o 0 0 1 5 20 9 Sokk by 000 0 2 0 0 2000100 summary Tyrone two base buses Shol double Belle struck by it stall by Sailor b Atherton time of scaly at the nine Stalwart Youn athletes who comprise the Tyrone base Ball club continued to prove t themselves monarchs of All they looked when in the second game on their Mountain league championship trip thursday they gathered in a gilted4ed game from the Deal Field it was another exhibition of proper Ball playing in which the did his prettiest to be fair All and received proper credit for his Metcalf was again in the Box for Tyrone and hot served up the same conundrums to the Clear yield batsmen that had been a Guessable in Bellefonte Twenty four hours six hits were secured from his and he struck out ten Gill was again behind the Bat where he presided in his usual top notch style without an he also reaped laurels at the touching con Nelly for a two base Only two errors were marked up against tyrones the champions scored their three runs in the third and fourth in for Ole Arneld Connelly pitched a Good striking out nine of his he didst receive the Best of six errors being charged to the Clear held a the Bat Clearfield was in the second inning and again at the third they had the cases but at such critical Points Metcalf let out some additional kinks in his Muscles and deceived the following batsmen in to striking the Ball was in the eighth Clearfield pushed a runner As fur As second base when a Long hit to left was it looked like u foul hit to Many but the Umpire did ared it fair and the runner Caum with Cle adds Only Tyr our could afford to be magnanimous and didst raise a it was a nicely played game and was witnessed by wot crushed in a rat lond Accident at Hunt Ingdon test Jacob one of tyrones oldest and one of the Pennsylvania railroads trusty and Veteran met Hia death in an Accident at Ingdon at Oclock last wednesday Harrisburg Coal engine ssi and cab left Tyrone at she Ester was Engineer and Wolf was conductor of this at Huntingdon the train broke at about nine cars from the engine on a Down Ward conductor Wolf was on the first car of the detach red stand ing on the the engine in front had stopped and while the rear cars were still moving Forward the front end started Back to connect with the the night was dark and Wolf did not see the approaching so that when the two sections came together he was suddenly thrown downward and pinned Between the two in this position he was carried about the length the when the Accident was George Sun of the unfortunate was fireman on the same and he wit i the other trainmen hurriedly removed Avo Effrom Between the he was beyond human never regained consciousness breathing his last about ten minutes after he was taken from the the remains were brought to Tyrone on Oyster sex Jacob Wolf was born july and therefore died at the age of fifty three ten months and eighteen he was the son of George and Sarah of near Huntingdon where his boyhood was when still quite Young he the milling Trade and was engaged in that Pursuit at Arch Huntingdon Spruce Creek and from the latter place he went to Altoona where he the employ of the Penu Sylvania Railroad in Pennsylvania state building at an Uptown the entire fro department called out lust Friday Friday evening about ten Oclock the sounding of whistles and cries of an excited populace was enough to apprise All of the fact that there v a fire and the red glow on the sky old of the building in nes was the Slaughter House of i which was burned last after the first fire a new building was reared on the ruins of the by the at a Cost of about the department responded promptly and soon put out the but the build ing was very nearly destroyed in that Short Hyle lost a considerable Hay and some tallow and and his loss will be nearly partially covered by in the building itself was insured for nearly its full the ire was doubtless the Hay a joyous the first methodist Church crowded both morning and evening the occasion being the Observance of that Ever Bright and Happy childrens the exercises with an Anthem by the choir be glad and after the had Sung hymn Wharton offered up a follow ing him the choir Lui dered Happy songs very and then the us and sunday school read the responsive the True Faith was read by the and the congregation Sang Uia i Sweet hymn for a the sunday school nov read several More responses and alter that my girls gave a pretty recitation entitled in Ada Hoffman followed Reading Trust in Well read and appreciated by the Large after another Anthem by he choir the stored there has been an abiding place in emf 1 Mic int class an for tramps a Long and the Hay in i a Wiguton the loft was hollowed out in paths and of without interruption since that or for thirty one years lie had four Hundred innings was the score by 00120000 00000001 Tuit of the Mountain league game at Bolle Fonte on wednesday stood 4 to 4 until the last inning when Tyrone second the winning and the Gazette of that town apologizes for that tally by aver ring that the Ball hit by the Eagle eyed Tyrone Batter became lost in the continuing the Gazette mans brain worked in the following Strain there is no denying the fact that Belle Fonte had the Superior club of the two both in the Field and on the but the great trouble was that they failed to bit Metcalf who a one time struck out three in it was the weakness there that lost the with a Little practice and transformation in the Bellefonte will be strictly in notwithstanding tyrones made their boasts that they would beat them again when they came up there to play return there were Good plays made on both Gillam caught perhaps the most Dill cult Hies of the the Tyrone boys Are a Little Cranky in several but if they live Long enough and keep on playing Ball they will thud that All is not Gold that for a Good cheap Whitewash Brush go to Franciscus hardware been in employ of the always being numbered among the most Trust worthy and faithful of the army of men in Wolf begun railroading with a Brief career As brakeman on the Middle after which he was appointed assistant conductor on the train with Headquarters at Spruce in a few a Ionics lie was promoted to be conductor of that train and remained at Spruce Creek until about i860 when he became conductor on a Coal train running Between this place and and continuing in that with u change of Only one year to hav no charge of the local freight train be week Altoona and he remained thereafter for Twenty three Jears a resident of in subject of sketch was married in Tyrone to miss Martha who survives six children were born to o whom four Are living to mourn the Sud Den departure of their these Are William of Soho is con Ductor on local freight Charles of passenger brakeman on the Middle division George of fireman on the Middle division and Carrie the deceased is also sur Vived by his parents who reside in and by three Brothers Anil four who John Tuul Wil of Altoona Christian Heni of Kate Good of Susan of Mary of Wolf was a Man of Many Excel Lent traits of he was always popular and esteemed for his Hearty goodnature and Sterling in his Home he was Ever kind and Loving to those about him and it was with the utmost tenderness and faithfulness that he has cared for his wife who has been an invalid for Many the sympathy of the claim Unity is extended to the bereaved family in ther sudden and deep kill cd in a Kimii Uvey Solomon whose Home is on a farm in the Bald Eagle Valroy near lock met with a fatal a in company with her daughter she was driving Home from lock and when near Bald Eagle the Point where the and Sech Creek roads the horse took fright and ran throw1 ing both the ladies from their Flaagen was killed by the the deceased was an aunt of proprietor of the Arlington of the accompanying Cut represents the Pennsylvania state building nov in course of erection on the in ends of the columbian exposition at it is located on delightful near Thoj 57th Street and commanding a i View of the Lake Aid the Art the style of architecture is r producing the salient features and especially the historic clock Tower of Independence Hall in in which will lie Hung the old Bell which d Liberty throughout the buy a local land Mark thai will Lua source of Gra Ulca Tion to thousands of Inonu constructed by Pennsylvania exclusively of Pennsylvania tin first and second St res will Law of Philadelphia pressed the Lynors will be of native Marble and and the u alls will with Wainscot pan Elings taken from Pennsylvania this resting place for Pennsylvania at the great fair will cover an Era of Square and the Broad and Graceful Pix was by which it will be surrounded will duplicate this the front in trance opens into a Central 30 feet in diameter and 10 feet to the right and left will be general recep Tion with toilet and dressing rooms in the rear the exhibition room will extend the entire Width of the the Walls will be ornamented with the port nuts of Dis Pennsylvan faians and Many documents of historical interest will stately and impose Jiuu will be the exterior of the build i m interim recesses will be crowded with objects of absorbing not Only to to plus peo plan of Trie entire to winding staircases Load to the second where the waiting rooms and Ollices of the kor Ontive commissioner will be there will also be a room devoted to the use of press and a room furnished with newspaper files for the of the general the doors and windows of the second hour open upon Broad admirably a rugged for prom ending and and outside staircases Lead to the Root which besides furnishing a Birds Eye View of the will be in itself a of Floral loveliness and quiet retirement from the Busy throng from this Bricf description it will be seen that the main purpose held steadily in View in the design and construction of the state building is to furnish spacious and comfortable quarters where in attendance at May meet each other and peek Relief from sightseeing in social amid historical and other surroundings which will tend to illustrate the influence of the common wealth on the development and growth of the so that carelessness of a Boarder might have been the As it the fire will not interfere any with Lyles there was the usual Large attendance at the fire and the fair sex were very much dogs item fire have the dogs got wind of the intended enforcement of that ordinance they Are scarce today on the and doubtless fear the Pound and sum Mary a captor 1m been appointed and is looking up or is picking up the Tii Ude of dearth is elect Rock telling funny have All been the ordinance is a Good but death must Eaty or the will come after our worthy Bur Sandji Drift on every canine having Lowers and Consolation prior to Theca Stivitz to the owner of Aca Pound plan m a eloquent an dress Winch was thoroughly Appici Atco by the a after the collection was lifted the Congie Katimi Aiose and Sang limit no then offered a Short prayer and the acting pastor Wharton the and thus closed one of the most pleasant services Ever held in this in the evening the Arm weather did not deter the people from attending and the edifice was crowded before the ser vices the choir opened a Beautiful thee will we the congregation then Stig hymn the assistant followed and rendered an Earnest the responsive services were Lead by and at their Gertrude Bouse it cited no sects Ami its Mem Iduate that More of our Imrch people did not hear the choir Sang on one and dog is from Ono to ten and the Utida Chin its Meiu Ingu recited fee to the Olicer on a reclaimed Pup is this move is a Good one and the the alter the Sang no the i Fanf oth Cial canine arrester will do a thrive class exercises were ing business right in the Vicinity of Thel the number a Solo by miss Luver of my it was beautifully rendered Wall a now Supply As Low As 3c a Fine Gilt patterns at is and hardware see our Lawn they Are what you hardware hardware of every Frano ascus hardware to whom it Olny we Are compelled to sen that All ordinances Are properly complied with Anil ordinance duly requites that All dogs running at Large thai be from june 1st till september loth of ouch Joseph Davis has been appointed any Wiur can claim irs dog within in hours after capture payment o proper it an Unuer cannot in found within 48 hems the dog will dealt with according to the Cap Tor has been duly cautioned that he shall elite1 no premises for Itic purpose of enticing a Ting Froais hid proper ills limits Sirj Clu sively to the Public we will see that lit is properly while Seifo iming a a oud has been David chief i Ali in to for fifteen minutes fish rained on the farms North of to enl the whole county of a calf with a single no ears and live legs the Joy f it is now a Mouth and bids fair to grow into full a i Crux Villa Man Lias captured a curiosity in the form of a moaning in two Birds grown together in but separate in and a citizen of Lias six trained the reptiles have been taught to Anarch or hop in squads and to catch one has Ivetti i rained to climb a a while in Hoilier turns the i rank of a Jain liviiij1 along the in r Kiwi Iii Weir gathered enough t make four Good fixed Feather Niue n Hock of 5ik wild had spent the night in a swamp of his place on their Way marriage last father of Matthews Church United Archie Mcfarland mid miss Maggie Sexton in marriage at the Par the Groom was Forna Eily a res ident of but is now a citizen of Mckean where the Happy couple will make their future the Bride is a daughter of and of East immediately after the newly wedded couple repaired to the brides where they were met by thirty of their numerous and showered with Lenny con Brauila was a vory Jiyu us the bit was Only a hold of the hospitality and Ull Mboi the i ids and the unites Vsmith their Many friends in wishing and a to and Apu saut Reid Luce at 1 Rinir Houri in pm Rhodes reports the demand for tents for Camp meeting unusually heavy for Early in the this is a Good indication the attendance will be unusually Hamilton i till Hice Dilia May Knox Charles Maud a Kisilus Ali urday in Rit Eilline Cue Ever Paitich May Knox won the first heat in Lui the second was i dead heat the third was also won by May Knox in Maud Douglas won the fourth in and the fifth and last heat was won by May Knox in the race was a pretty Anil both animals sur prised the owners and spectators by their fast May Knox was trotting away up close to three minutes last and Maud douglas1 Best race time heretofore was Stitum Entrot coat Anil other freights sent our Tyrone division Hill i mail for hit Wook ending june tons Toi tin week sumo time Hist year 1 dec Russo f Ruvii nobly in Riff year Simiu Houmu lust year to Haven seen the Pound but with swept con finding we admit there must be and tiie last of All articles on the subject announces that there has been one and we Tyrone clubs first Happy Over their victories at belie fou to and the Troue base Ball club whistled a conquering hero air As they entered the Houtzdale precinct they were minus the services of their Star but still cherished unlimited Confidence in their ability to capture another this time from the untried and unkempt for the vain Hopes of men when the game was nailed r tie afternoon by Umpire James the Houtzdale giants took the held in the Folio Wing order John catch or Bob la Jim p Nick of Tom if Arthur is of r 3b they were opposed by the Tyrone representatives in the following batting array John if Gill c 3b Benss 2b of of the Tyrone contingent started out scoring three runs in the first and three More in the second hut the Burly men were also making themselves reaping two runs in the first and Block of Tiu in the the Home players managed to touch the third strike uniformly hard for Pitcher after the third inning a change was made in the complexion of Tyrone when big Baker assumed charge in the pitchers sheeder moved Over to Erst base and Gillam guarded the change worked for Bakers Cauto balls were not so easily he had the supreme satisfaction of striking out the Tyrone recruit Gillam played a Good game there was a continuity of lulling All around with John Sholley bursar in the Lead he secured a Long in the last Mcguire ump Iitto to the satisfaction of All the score by innings is As follows i 5 0 0 0 i 1 advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Post once Are addressed to the and a musical by Iler Mie in recital titled Gull Eriika the choir Palace of was followed Imi in after Amber a i toiled collection Over the was then total in same time lust year be Creuse ot11ur lumber get persons named these letters have been in the Tolice for two weeks without being culled after being letters ate Field two weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter Tolice at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or tue list is a follows for the week ending miss Annie Kier John Jane Tiedy 5 Edward taken and after Sive Reading was the choir Fol Lowed in another cd aiming and the a Siigri gallon Sang the pronounced the Aud thus closed this memorable Riero was nothing in mar either ser the music was excellent Izui miss Beruria Smith Piyakul at Uruu in faultless each scholar seemed to feel a Lespo visibility Tor a Success the and Lihty can heat on their laurels Wii i use Assurance that the Celebration of to Laid occasion was As near perfect As special a Specia of the he publican league held in their rooms on saturday evening to take action i native to Tui death of Ibex rate Jacob in motion a committee was appoint fed to re Prepetit the league As honorary Pulli eavers and the following were selected John John John Jeorge Doughtery and Charles Sam Lud Calderwood and Jones were appointed to draw up resolutions on his Aud have them published in the Tyrone paws and in Tyrone if our morn ing this business being con it was moved u h old a ratification meeting on tuesday at in favor of the nominees it the Minneapolis in front of the Heidi old building on Pennsylvania Avenue tie Leneral Robert Mccoy Samuel Mckinney and James Prichard appointed a committee to secure speakers for the Ami v com Mittee to secure finances and make other arrangements for this meeting the following were est Frank Hevery and meeting Usu to for the Benalil of delegates Mil visitors to party National convention tit neb of july too Railroad company will sell tickets of the ironclad contract form to Omaha from All principal stations of its at a single Faro for round the tickets will be sold from june 29th u july und the return coupons will be Good until july in and going journey must bal commenced on Date if tickets will by it lid for continuous Only in each j

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