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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
I Rone june Twenty sixth Imil you see Trio game the Altoona suite league team Down and spent a Good our local bal Tessera they came with Large ideas of shutting us out but they a goods crowd occupied the grand when us game was called at 3 Altoona at the tie visitors made four runs in their and the tyrones didst pet a then came the and it was a sickened for the Home the Frisky Al toomians just ran around until they were and quit with seven More runs to their but Tyrone secured one by a Little timely and shelter was she Man who carried it Home amid thunderous in the third inning Metcalf and were replaced in the Points by shelter and the change was pretty Good although Altoona secured eleven More runs in the remaining seven in the the visitors scored one and our boys had a Large Goose the fourth was for and they put six More runs away in their and secured the making the score eighteen to Al Toona secured one in the but Tyrone didst the visitors added two runs in the and the Home club evoked tremendous applause by sujing John Shollenberger across the the seventh Jie lied two for Altoona and a Zero for at this stage of the game the team struck its and played great after shutting Oul the visitors in the eighth the Mountain leagues did some batting and made two Large Juicy the ninth inning was a Blank for and the score keeper wiped his perspiring brow and closed his Book with a sigh of Relief the score was no larger than it Twenty two to the feature of the game was echers out hand catch of beams liner in the seventh shelter opened the inning with a two and beam followed with a terrific drive Over with a two base tag on but Zecher was playing deep and jumped High enough to claw it and put it to Carey at second retiring and robbing us of two As the next Man Franklin made a Nice the game was interesting and Barr ing the first two innings was Well play following is the score n it o a e i u 0 1 1 in s 2 32 0 1 c 81901 5 2 1 0 u us 2 2 2 a 0 flan la of 1 1 1 u 0 of 1 0 1 1 1 is 21160 p 0 totals 22 11 27 15 4 r it o a e 12100 01141 1 1 4 8 4 1 q 14 0 0 02011 12 0 4 1 01 4 1 2 01200 00101 totals 4 10 21 13 10 base Shetler the base struck out by shelter Somers bases on Altoona Tyrone stolen wild shelter parsed Gill Lee double Altoona Zecher to umpires w Aguel and the juveniles at fast line on saturday evening carried a Large number of tyrones bound for Bellwood to hear the juvenile orchestra the boys gave an excellent con and while the audience was very the applause was very the program All through was and each and every performer is worthy of the highest at the conclusion of the concert the visiting Tyrone delegation started to see Lellwood by electric there is an electric lighting company there but the lights Wei of and it Kepi All Busy keeping the paved neuts in a serenade was started by some of the but the in the shape of two policemen who stick so close together you cant Tell who is interfered and stopped the to the disgust of the performers and Joy of the the rest of the time was spent in patronizing the some interesting auctions were taking and it is rumoured that a prominent member of the Banjo a Tinner by bought one of the Young to the Surprise of his the Only other incident worthy of notice was professor Frank morrows slide fori Ife Down a Preci pice in the rear of the Cloud after a journey up Over a pleasant hour was then pent at the watching the numerous sections of Louis express going and the party returned to Tyrone with a High opinion of the thriving City of the Binjo club the audience in the Academy thursday evening was rather Small but it included about All the lovers of Good musician town the program was Well arranged and the club numbers being especially the program opened with Clover March by the it was finely done and they had to re Spond to an misstate Zuber gave a recitation Meg and i for the next number and was Well the guitar duo by Morningred and was very pretty and evoked considerable the Meanon sex trite were next and gave Palm branches instead of and secured one or two stray a Banjo Dot by professor Morrow and miss shirk followed and was very Well the next number was a Recita Tion by that charming Little miss who caught the and had to respond to a the club closed part by playing a dance in the part second opened with the mar one of t prettiest selections Tver played by Banjo Misa Shipman followed with song and dance and was compelled to respond to respond t an she exchanged numbers with miss Zuber to enable her to catch the columbian express for Al Charles Thomas was next on the program and played i he Harmonica As Only he lie was ably accompanied on the guitar by John the talented pair Ocie compelled to Render a second mis Szuber followed in a vocal selection with guitar accompaniment and she was the wedding bolls Banjo Luet by messes Morrow and Wilder was the Gem of Trio and displayed Ivov much solid music could be gotten out of a the guitar sex Tette was a great Suo and the ability of professor Morrow As a teacher was clearly shown by Lii fact that part of the sex Tette had not played a guitar for years until last it was unfortunate that another member should break a string while doing that two Octavo As it was a the boys lad to come Back and to the Rios Ity of several of the who wanted to hear their encore Charles Clark was he Sang a charming selection in his usual excellent and was liberally the pro Gram closed with Bella Bocca by the Banjo this conceit is professor Frank morrows Farewell to our and he was certainly worthy j of even better patronage considering i the Way he and his club have played Lor j All and everyone without or de sire for we sincerely Hope that Frank will find a pleasant Home and an appreciative Public in and should he Ever return to Tyrone lie Cau rest assured the Latch string is always thu Bridge it by the end of this week Brown will have finished i their work on the Railroad Bridge at they will have widened the three piers for a third will have built an abutment and Wing Wall for a third track at the East end and a new abutment for All three tracks and Wing Walls at the West end of the the work has been in Progress for six and the contractors have used in it cubic Yards of they have employed As High As 71 men at a Over 300 car loads of Stone arid other material have been used in this the labor on which still amount to not Lens Tim Stone used was from quarries of at Swope and e Tennis Union and sind was furnished by staffor and Foster the mount Union Bridge is one of the highest on the Pennsylvania rail it is an Iron Bri Dynof Lour spans with a total length of live Hui dred and three feet and is six feet above Low at the Easi end there i Stone viaduct More than one Hundred feet which formerly connected with an Iron Bridge Over the canal now replaced by a High the High approaches to the Bridge w ill be widened for the third track before the new Bridge is the present double track Iron Bridge has been in use for about Twenty from eighty to one Hundred trains pass Over it daily making a weight including in freight and passengers of not less than one Hundred and Twenty live thousand tons i have been a sufferer from Catarrh for having tried a number of remedies advertised As sure cures without obtaining any i had olved never to take any other Patent when a Friend advised me to try Elys Kiearn i did so with great but can now testify that after using it for six weeks believe myself it is a most agreeable invaluable 924 grand a valuable shorthand a new work of just is the compendium of Isaac Pitman by Waring of it consists of 44 paper and the Price is fifty whose attainments in the fascinating study of shorthand writing Are Well known has succeeded in compiling a Book for which there has been a keen demand while hitherto the want cold not be satisfied in the whole Range of phonographic it was the need of such a which Waring real when compiling lessons for his pupils some years that led him to the and he has brought to Bear All the advantages of his years of study of the Art and constant practical use of the Isaac Pitman to present its principles Moie concisely and systematically than they have been developed in previous text the work thus represents a Long and Thor Ough course of practice and Experiment with Especial reference to its compilation the compendium is not a an abridgement nor an but an original on an entirely new some of the merits claimed for it Are systematic and thorough carefully chosen illustrating every variety of construction concise Ness accuracy and clearness omission of irrelevant Mailer it stands alone in the held which its author designed it to possessing the marked Advant age claimed for including valuable features found in no other phonographic text it is surely the Pralica work for which teachers and writers Hastall fell Trio urgent every one Isle tested in the whether beginner or adept in the nimble should examine Warings new Book the compendium is compiled with All hit care which its author invariably be stows upon is con sequently Clear and free from it is printed by the and lithographed by Harris Waring expects soon to add As a sequel a Book of Suita ble so that the two works will comprehend a practical and exhaustive bourse in ii univ there was a Well attended meeting of the Young mens Republican league Friday night in their rooms in the study five new members were elected and the treasurer presented a Good after the minor had been attended the club proceeded to make nominations for officers to serve from the first Friday in the following were made for presi Claude Jones for first vice presi and win Gate for second vice sell for Barr assist ant Eby financial Seward Hiltzer for Harry James Pritchard was nominated for n position he now after finishing nominations the ques lion of a marching club was introduced and upon motion it was decided to organize one we Wallace and a Boll were appointed a committee to take charge of the it is the desire of those in charge to secure All the old members As Well As the now and As soon As the requisite number is uniform Sand equipments will be the members will expedite matters very much by Handiii their names to any of Trio above named committee As soon As there being no other important business on hand the meeting adjourned until Fri july when the officers will be elected for the ens him six advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Posto Ilice Are addressed to the persons named these tellers have been in the Ollices for two weeks without called after being hitters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter Olio i Why they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the week ending misses Magow b Hattie Mary Mary mrs Sarah in achy of cools is the engineers were this Vicinity during the making a Survey of our stakes were driven promiscuously along Pruner possibly fora new route into this what the outcome of this Survey Means remains to a revealed but Many Are of the opinion that the people mean business and will run their line through to where it is a Large body of Coal land is awaiting just think of the Iron steaming through one of the principal streets of surely we Are becoming a great Maceola the first tear of married a woman should not take offence too writes Christine Terhune her Rick in an interesting article in that most serious of questions in the ladies Home often the words or manner she resents were not ill meant by her some men have a brutal sounding fashion of speaking that tries and hurts a woman and she should Endeavor by All gentle Means in her Power to break him of the by representing to in his Calmer the pain he inflicts upon the Man who loves his wife will usually try to break himself of any peculiarity Toat is distasteful to her but she May rest assured she will not better him by continual harping upon the sore to harmless and in offensive idiosyncrasies the wife should shut her her at the beginning of her married life let her make up her mind to one fact that she cannot Force her husband to resemble her in every particular of thought and he will have his preferences and his Dis and she need not expect to coerce or persuade him into conforming them to hers after he has a right to his own and she has no Busi is to interfere with there will always be enough Points of common sympathy to form a meeting and upon matters of divergent opinion it them agree to a potent Aid to a wife Charity for her husband will be the reflection in All Proba her Faulls Are quite As trying to Ler husband As his can to to if he Akes his share in the Endeavor to pre serve Unity of there is Little that in time the fermentation will work decorated among the passengers who changed ars in this City on thursday evening was a bridal party from when the baggage was transferred one of the presumably the Ettl raced much owing to the Way it was of one end of he trunk was the ind of the opposite for movies another inscription in Large inters said newly married while Silil Mother was nobody knows where we Are Large Bow knots of strips f White Muslin fairly covered the big the trunk was checked for and was the Centre of inti action to the waiting lock Ilariu this was caused by two Frisky to Charles Wright and Clay ton who attended the wed at and then journeyed to Bellefonte and decorated the trunk in the Bride was a sister of Charles and she and her husband will get even when that frolic some Young Man enters the matrimonial see if they v of Rosa Ann one of the oldest residents of this part of the coun died of general prostration wednes Day evening eight at her Home three Miles West of she was born in county and was therefore eight nine one month and Twenty two Days of Early in the year she and her family emigrated settling in Huntingdon Hunt but for thy past thirty she had been a resident of the see Tiou in which she Macateer is survived by three Samuel of Al Toona Thomas of Mill and a younger sister in provi Whoso name we cannot one daughter Joseph of her husband preceded her to the grave six years the funeral services were held nine Oclock saturday morning in conducted by fat Bur interment in Oak drove tile a inv armory i the trustees of Horil in Timo now open for sealed proposals in refer ence to Trio nov armory Corner of Blair Avenue and eleventh bids will be received for the Mason work until Oclock noon june and on entire building except foundation Walls and till Oclock july the trustees re serve the right to reject and All ci43akfjel1 Coal to Kadi statement of Coal Cuil other Tiki glib sent Over Tyrone division Lor Tiu Wook ending Juno tons for the sumo Dino last previously during same time last 812 394 total in same time last of Hub 73 org miscellaneous stopped by the Harrisburg Ball club invaded our town on and was composed of formidable Tyrone had a mixed team and it looked very much like trouble for the faithful in the when the game opened however our own Willie loomed up in and Gill received his Bobby Gamble was the opposing Pitcher and his reputation didst hold him up very the Harris burgers came to Bat first and Minnick poked a slow Ball to who let it slip through and had to Chase the Frisky Dickun Ian stole second and tried to steal third but was the next two batters were Artsy and Tyrone came and secured a run on a base of Gil Lams solid single and a passed the second inning was started but heavy Dew began to descend and the game was called with the score one to nothing in our the fans waited patiently for the rain to cease but it didst and superintendent Charles Nan issued rain checks to the spectators and the March for town was taken from indications in the inning played the famous Bobby would have been batted and a Scalp added to tyrones while Metcalf was in one Feather and pushed them right Over the plate the Harrisburg boys will probably return for a game on the fourth of if i were a if i were a and i am grate Ful thai i am a except when it and i have a couple of an umbrella and a skirt to take care and the umbrella wont stay and the books will slide and you have to let your skirt Down into the mud to straighten things then i think that to Bea woman Well As far As it Bui i to eld like to be a Man and but if i were a Man i would Del Rich not so very bit fully appreciative of the value of then 1 would not talk about wymans waggling Tongue and then Tell the latest piece of just because was trying to get i would not mean and then if 1 were i would have a Home not at the newest and most fashionable apartment not with icy Mother or but a real whih i would try to make brighter every Day Foi the Little woman who look care of i would Tell my wife i would Wear darned stocking Beto e she wasted a whole morning darning i would take her to the theater every week and but her Flowers and Candy for i would not Call her extravagant just because she wanted anew Bat and Govoni every season when she had plenty that looked just As Good As new to i would be the kind of a Man known is a who spends his time standing on ogling and making disrespectful remarks about a miserable individual who has no Faith in woman or belief in and from old hurtling barrister Lloyd Owens has in his Possession a valuable relic of the times of Lone which he keeps securely stowed away in democratic Section of Liis Law it is a liquor licence issued to Bernard of Birm the document recites that said Sweeny is adjudged a sober and lit person to keep a House of entertainment and he is therefore licensed to keep a Public according to the Laws of the paper was issued by the governor of the Thomas and bears signature of James Deputy Secretary of the and John u was sealed and issued from at the advanced age of the is Well preserved and its present who is a native of Barm proposes to Frame it and keep it As a Mei Tanto of the Days when that old town was in the weight of its glory he paid tils first Case in san attorney James was the defence of a Young fellow Char cud with stealing a watch belonging Loa Catholic 1 was appointed by the because the prisoner said he had no the jury returned a verdict of not and As the defendant was Leav ing the court room 1 called him and just As a joke handed him my card and told him to bring me around the first he Day to walked into my office and planked Down two 20s and a where did you get All this Money i As soon As i got Over my Surprise enough to sold the priests he replied As lie bowed himself Washington that there is a vast underground Ocean in Iho Snake charmer the Good a Lector on the Snow shoe veritable Snake saturday morning he walked into the office and asked in reference to som ii matter of a reply Givus when he suddenly Drew out from some where an enormous Black Snake six feet Long and which was As Lively As diva its native of this was somewhat Pownell handled it with perfect Coli its and Gorju although he said he had caught it Only a few Days it did not empt to bite and he Laid the sept Rife on the floor pulling it violently Back Orth and striking the Temble ongue came out and t he Snake darted Orth its head to easily controlled it and soon had it no Ood humor i am often bitten a Black he said but their bite dont of i would not handle a rattle Snake in this Man after handling the Snake for some time As familiarly As if it was a pet dog he departed with whet consists Pownell Power Over snakes j is it in Superior nerve or some other More Subtle influence Fonte tuesday morning at 6 Blair and miss Mary Guyer were United m marriage the Home of on Logan Daviss and was assisted by Gilbert and in after receiving the congratulations or those and Blair or on Atlantic express for an Exten Dirl tour through new England and they will return to throne about second week in Blair is superintendent Tyrone r r one our leading the Bride is daughter of Caleb Guyer and a most timbale the Herald their Many friends in wishing slut godspeed on their journey of a Safe from their Whoso coat is it Montay about eleven a Quartetti of our coloured Aims ant w were returning from Sten ans residence at the where the had giving some of exc Ellout got As far us the Railroad when one of the party stumbled Over a coat in the path rigid on the River further search heft vcalh1 sonic baking Pond to whisky and Oiler Small the party gathered the things Gether and brought them to to Nav where they can be had by the owner ii calling at the Ward House it was t a suicide for was plenty of whisky and now be question where is the stuffing belongs in thai coat col Kain p011gk items miss Jennie Womer visited frieds in this place Cupp made a very pleasant trip to Tyrone on Rogina Merrill Ami miss Nellie Gray called of friends in Eden Hill lust William flail and Harry of visited Halls patents m Thia place on the misses Annie and Maygie Ever of visited their Many friends in Centre county last Mary Irvin is having i Fence put around her it use which adds to the appear Ance of the and William Luyun Decd tha funeral of porters Clear fld on Friday add Mary with a number of other fronds attended the funeral of Patter Sofi of Pennsylvania Furnace on thirty five states now have secret ballot in the old testament Only oae to mans Aga is that of Abrahams thu authorities of a austrian have forbidden outdoor wearing of Long train by Frederick the once experienced a temperature of 71 degrees below Zero in the Artie near turks great fish is said to be the coldest Ever endured by the scotch papers Tell of a lady Ebi Burg who keeps a cat farm finds it a profitable Sfax rears Kittens for persian and other the tortoiseshell Are most How to doctors pres Send three 2 cent pay receive Din treatise on diseases in colors it gives their address
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