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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Rone by june Twenty ninth capital news prom National Headquarters by our own june rotary Carlisles Success in routing the Silver democrats of Kentucky has Given him the big and if the carry state this Falla Gigantic by the will be certain to take the presidential fever in its most violent in his fight for Blackburn seat in the Senate Carlisle has the Earnest support of the for it is largely Cleveland own but when it comes to a presidential Nornie at the Home of the brides Mother on Pennsylvania wednesday evening Joseph Claude Griffin and miss Ida May Albright were married by Bergstresser of the English lutheran miss Mazle wands was brides maid and John brother of the was the Cere Mony was performed in the presence of the immediate families and a number of friends of the after which a sumptuous repast was while the Tyrone City band discoursed Lively music where a couple Hundred people were attracted by the Sweet Wuhu t t nation that is another matter strains of the it is unquestionably Cleveland present intention to take the Nomina Tion if he can get How As Carlisle is this week going on his which will a spent in the neighbourhood of Buzzards perhaps he and Cleveland can come to an if any understand ing is Kentucky republicans say they will carry the and if they do Carlisles presidential aspirations will deader than those of there Iati democratic plot hatching in Washington which bodes no Good to Cleveland the nation Al association of democratic clubs is organizing a party of stump speakers to make a tour through the West and the Secretary of that association who will be in charge of the is not Over Friendly to Cleve owing to ins having failed to get one of Tow big Federal offices in the District of Columbia and senator who is to tue Star orator of the i an outspoken enemy of Cleve lands financial arid foreign it May be that this party will in a quiet Way do what it can to increase Cleveland unpopularity with the democrats of the West and taken altogether Cleveland will have no easy task to obtain that nomination and no pos Chance of being elected should he succeed in getting Small democratic officials who have been notified that their dismissal from office would speedily follow any Declara Tion or work of their part in favor of free coinage of Are much inter ested in the Case of William Morri who draws a year and for performing the comparatively Light and pleasant duty s of a member of the it Ute state Commerce Morrison has for a number of years enjoyed the credit of carrying the greater part of the Illinois democracy around in his Vest and has had the de Pire to be nominated for president by the democrats in his some two months or More ago Morrison had a1 with and immediately afterwards it was Semi officially announced that Morrison had gone to Illinois to Aid the administration democrats in their fight against the Silver but Morri son didst do anything of the kind he the wedding party remained at the Albright Home till about 11 after which and Griffin were escorted by a delegation of their Young friends to their previously prepared Home of West Washington Avenue where an hour or two were pleasantly spent by the Young the Bride was the recipient of Many valuable and useful presents Griffin is a popular Young Tyrone full of Energy and one of the Best clerks in the reliable Aud trustworthy and the making of a Valu Able his Bride is the second daughter of Christian she is a intelligent Young lady and altogether fitted for the responsible place she has the Herald joins their Many friends in extending Earnest congratulations and Best wishes for Success and hot Wentler close fitting clothing and such As compresses the Chest and neck should be avoided during the heated Light clothing and a Straw or Light Felt permitting free Are on very hot Days one should drink but in Small quantities but ice water or iced drinks entering the stomach at one time in Large quantities is Cool a into which Oatmeal has been stirred is a Safe Aud refresh aug water should not be drunk in considerable quantities at a lower temperature than Spring water r6 the immoderate use of alcoholic Bever Ages is also the room should be freely ventilated and constipation should be when overheated one should work frequently Cooling the Chest and Back with cold keep a wet cloth or some Green leaves in the hat on the frequently wetting them with cold a person suf Fering from sunstroke or heat exhaustion should be taken to a Cool place where there is plenty of fresh the clothing stripped to the Waist Aud the sufferer placed in a recumbent cold water should be poured upon the head and Chest until consciousness the blood May be most effectually cooled at the temples and ice May be applied to the head and Chest and rubbed Over the body but if the skin is no ice should be stabbed the administration in the so to while supposedly acting As one of its accredited and that int All he has one of his Hench now in booming Morrison As the free Silver candidate for the demo cratic that Forman is acting with Morrison knowledge and consent is generally and the Small officials want to know what Cleveland is going to do about this open Defiance of the administration edict by a big the Silver democrats Are chuckling Over the affair they say the administration will not dare try to discipline while the ant Silver democrats say he must be if the administration expects to prevent the control of the National convention by the Silver the democratic party in Missouri must be in bad Way if reports which reach Washington can be depended Lichard a Kansas City railway now in washing says As far As the political situation is concerned i am of the opinion that the state will be carried by the re publicans next although i belong to the democratic one of the chief reasons for thinking the republicans will win is that a Large number of democrats Are sick and disgusted with their leaders Are tired of the men who have dominated the party for years to its detriment and to show their disgust will give Aid to the representative of has apparently won Bis Long and at times doubtful Light Lor and it now appears to be Only a question of time be fore he regains the robust health he so Long he has been ill for Many but has grown Strong enough to travel and has gone to the Rhode Island coast to spend the if he regains his health will Al most certainly be the next chairman of House committee on foreign at a position he has held before and cd his experience in the department of state and in the diplomatic service has thoroughly equipped him and a position which May become very prominent during the fifty fourth con the patient should be placed in the hands of a competent physician As soon As Sjo Tours via Pennsylvania in All the wild Range of creation there is nothing which approaches Niagara Falls in magnificence or nor any other object which inspires the be Holder with Sicu Awe inspiring one must see the great Cataract in or Der to form any Conception of its vast Pess or secure a proper appreciation of its the series of Tours arranged by the Pennsylvania Railroad Leav ing Philadelphia july August 1 and september 7 and october and Washington and Baltimore july August s and september 7 and october affords an excellent Opportunity to make the trip at a remarkably Small the rate for round trip Good for ten is from and Aud proportionate rates from other a special train of Pullman parlor cars and Day coaches will be run on each of the above mentioned and a tourist and Chaperon will accompany each everything wil1 be done to make the trip attractive and pleasure the tickets will also permit a Stop off at Watkins and Rochester in each i and at Buffalo on the return for specific rates and time of trains application should be made to ticket agents or to tourist room Broad Street Henry beam sudden death of one of tyrones most prominent Seldom does any Community receive such a startling and painful Shock As was that occasioned on saturday when the sad intelligence was made known to our people that Henry Piper had died suddenly at his Home on Pennsylvania with the spread of the news came instant realization by everyone that Tyrone had indeed suffered a Public loss in the sudden taking of one of its esteemed but still More keenly was Felt a deep and heart Felt sympathy for the family Circle upon whom the hand of the grim reaper had been so rudely their sorrow is such As can Only be cannot be Piper had been in failing health of about three years he suf Feied a severe attack of from which he never the neuralgia trouble giving my almost constant and recently being complicated with other disturbances of the the past three weeks Piper suffered More or less from heart and while he kept up his cheerfulness with the real bravery that was a distinguishing characteristic of the yet be realized that his condition was More serious than it had Ever been the past few Days he seemed More languid than yet not really Friday evening he remained up until about eleven Oclock chatting pleasantly with his family Iii id some friends who had during the night he was rest and shortly alter live Oclock next morning h arose Aud sat by his bed room window a Little afflicted with a shortness of breath which presaged the coining of Tho it was about half past five when he Crosb and went to the Here lie became suddenly and it was Neces sary for his wife Aud Sou ller beit to assist my to his bed life had then almost lie remained conscious until the end and gave instructions us to what should be both to his family and the physicians Olio were but the Best efforts of love and skill were and it live minutes before six Oclock Liu sunk peacefully into Henry beam Piper was defended from one of the Pioneer families of Westmoreland where he was the son of William and Polly beam of october Fol owing the Trade of his Grandfather and he became a millwright in Early and alternated that occupation with teaching and studying until the civil War he was an Earnest and pursued the course of the common Somerset Academy and Sewickley having begun the study of Medicine during the leis ure hours of his academic he entered the office of at in to prepare himself fully for the the outbreak of the How interrupted his for the first Call for troops found him a ready and willing and he had a arduous and honorable service in fighting Dick Coulters famous regi the eleventh Pennsylvania vol enlisting As a private in Corn figure in the counsels of that party both in the county and frequently ser ving As Delegate to county and state the lantern last weeks display a pretty picture now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle of chamber Lains cholera and diarrhoea remedy As a safeguard against an at tack of Bowel complaint during the summer it Coats but 25 cents and is almost sure to be needed before the summer is this remedy never even in the most severe and is in fact the Only preparation that can always be depended when reduced with water it is pleasant to for Bale at Smiths two drug i Pany april he served through the three Mouths then through the three years and had reenlisted with his regiment for another three but owing to disability from wounds and disease contracted in the Virginia the Young Soldier who had successively risen from the ranks to the Grade of Cap was obliged to accept his discharge he participated in Many of the hardest fought Battles of the War including falling Cedar Moun second Bull South Fredericks siege of Chickamauga and at Antietam he received a severe wound in the right and at Gettysburg Gaiu he was badly wounded in the right at the latter fight he was taken prisoner by Hills but escaped after three returning from the Captain Piper again entered beams Ottice Aud continued his medical supplementing the office study with a course in the Philadelphia University of Medicine and surgery from which he was graduated in from that time until to practice his profession in Westmoreland three years of which were spent in greens the county he was a Mem Ber of the Pennsylvania legislature from that county during the sessions of Piper next removed with his fam ily to Tyrone where he had resided for nearly Twenty years past Aud where he held High rank in his he was one of the most Progress jail Avn Nyrl Nataa Murl 1 though after his service in the he never again sought elective except in the municipality where he always took a great in Terest in Public affairs and served As school the earnestness and enthusiasm with which his hosts of friends supported him for appointment As postmaster under the present administration a year demonstrated the High esteem in which he was held by the people of Piper was preeminently a Leader of and in whatever Branch of activity he was found he was at All times looked up to As a Wise counsellor and commanding in an Earnest and consistent with the Broad minded liberality that ennobled he was one of the most regular and devoted attendants at his the first and besides a constant seeker of the True Light in his wide Reading and it is riot generally known that previous to his coining to Tyrone he had been ordained an elder in the United Presby Terian Church with which he had been connected and from which he transferred his membership to the first presbyterian Church of though by this he relinquished none of the rights of elder As conferred upon him at Piper was also prominent in masonic circles and was past master of Tyrone Lodge 494 free arid accepted he took special Pride in his membership in the Loyal composed of Veteran commissioned officers of the civil War and their Lineal male in 1880 to was mustered into membership in Jones Post 172 and he enjoyed the distinction of being surgeon general of the Union Veteran the deceased was especially Promin ent in his school of the Clec and had served As president of the Central association of the state and the National association of this school of the National association was in session last week and Only his poor health kept him from meeting with his Piper was a member of the state medical Council created by recent act of the state legis and As such conducted the examinations of Eclectic students for admission to practice in but it was in his Home life that Piper was most Happy and he was married april to Mary of the Union was a Happy one and the Home life up to this time had been singularly for not until the husband and father was so suddenly had death entered the family surviving him Are his wife and six Herbert Charles j Kate e Harry and William Brothers and two Sisters also survive they Are colonel James Pip of Louis Simon Mary and miss Amelia of and Thomas of Westmoreland to these sorrowing to whom the blow comes with a terrible suddenness that surpasses the usual visitation of death in these dark hours when with grief bowed they slowly come to Fuller realisation of the irreparable loss they have Brothers and have the deepest sympathy of the entire the deceased was a Man of Superior intellectual a to deut of nature As Well As of practitioner of Medicine for the acid and soul As Well As for the an exponent of the Good cheer of genial equipped with both real Public spirit and Domestic Piper was a Man of ind Epen loyalty and Christian Ilia supreme Quality was with positive his indomitable will carried him Forward in whatever to him was the with a bravery that had its exemplification in his Early of the in his later Public and even in the closing moments of his life Well one of tyrones Foremost Citi the loss of his influence upon the Community will Long be the funeral services were held at 2 Oclock tuesday afternoon at the first presbyterian Harvey Graeme Furbay in masonic ceremonies by Tyrone Lodge in Tyrone if you want a picture of your Mother or your Uncle or go to Coulters 10th Siv Oland esteemed citizens of our in politics a Democrat he leading drug mothers will find chamberlains cough remedy especially valuable for croup Aud whooping it will give prompt Relief and is Safe and pleas we have sold it for several years and it has never failed to give the most w at and a big notwithstanding the threatening weather the bicycle Parade on thursday evening was a very Complete seventy four wheels and formed the which was As pretty As a formed in single file the column was a third of a mile or More in almost All conceivable designs had been employed by the artistic and mechanical minds of the club members and other bicycle riders of the place 1in the decoration of their and the whole formed a most unique and exceedingly hand some japanese and chinese lanterns harmonized splendidly and beautifully with the profusion of bunt coloured together with artificial and natural Flowers that were arranged in wreaths and other artistic forms of Harry Wilhelm came in for a big share of the compliments As he Majestic ally Rode near the head of the attractive procession with his wheel tastefully covered with paper representing the National with revolving lanterns on either Side of a miniature Towar resting on the front part of his build who was Pace maker for the had his wheel very handsomely decorated with horizontal revolving lanterns at the top of a column whose base rested on the wheel in fron of the Budd was forced to remove much of the decoration on account of some interference with the manipulation of his Walter Moores decoration formed a car about 6x10 feet in which was exceedingly Well balanced on his the decorations on the Frame work were very pretty and were admired As it smoothly moved along in its place in the a Well shaped boat Nineteen feet in length glided along As if floating on the still Waters of a deep Stream in this perfect Calm of a Beautiful summer even it rested of the wheels of John Cox and Harry who in their places at either end of the Craft were As dignified As Kings perched upon it was handsomely decorated with coloured lights and so Fred Beyers decoration was also in boat which he had splendidly balanced on his it was very neatly trimmed though it was quite Large for a single wheel Fred handled it with perfect an Arch reaching from Bow to with coloured lights suspended was neat and pretty arrangement on freds Tom Fisher Rode one of the most handsomely decorated wheels in the in the decoration of which More than Ordinary taste was and for which Tom is much obliged to his Uncle Joe Harklerode for valuable assistance during the season of preparation for the Simpsons wheel was very it was trimmed with natural and Many of those who had the Good Fortune to see the Parade counted it As one of the most handsome pictures in the general the big Wreath of Lowers testing immediately in front of the rider was very Harry henrys wheel was similarly decorated and indicated a great Deal of in its Watts had his wheel decorated with his Little Sou the Little boy is two years old and was a great at traction in his White and Blue perched on a Safe seat in front of his the youngster realized that he was there for a purpose and played his part As perfectly As George Stevens had his wheel very elaborately decorated and the double geared ingenuity displayed by him in its arrangement attracted the attention of All Tolley Harris also lined up with the tasty Fellows in ranging his and his wheel came in for lots of favourable far ran Zerbe sat Between two immense stars with lanterns which revolved As his bicycle it was one of the prettiest wheels in the Parade and the favourable comment upon it was properly editor Nissley had a very neat and pretty display but unfortunately his dec orations took fire in front of the Araud spoiled his part of the As did those of John Porter on Washington Millers wheel was one of the prettiest in the it was very elaborate and it Evi Dently took much thought and work to arrange to the minds of some it was the handsomest wheel in the pro John Lergenmiller display evened up with Many of those who took special pains in trimming their John Vogt Cut a fancy figure and had a pretty part in the As did Tim Sullivan one Lone Little the daughter of Charley had the courage join in the she had her wheel neatly decorated and occupied a pretty place a the second tenant Thomas Vanscoyoc had a pretty but it would have been much More handsome had Hia display not have collapsed thursday first Liim tenant Charley Clark commanded i he in the absence of Captain Morningred whose wheel didst Charley was an awful Busy Man but he got through with his Job in Good there were others in the Parade who deserve special mention but it was not possible to distinguish who they were on account of partial concealment by the elaborate and Ingenita decorations of their wheels and nine or ten members of the Star club of Al Toona came Down and joined in the Parade which added much to it in the Way of altogether the lantern Parade was a pretty and while if was Large As Well As it might have been twice As big for there Are easily two Hundred wheels in miss Delia Vanscoyoe appeared at the place of formation with a very handsomely decorated but she did not enter the Parade on account of no other ladies being there Are a num Ber of expert lady wheel riders in and their appearance in the Parade would have materially added to the Dis certainly it is not any More undignified or More out of place for a lady to join As respectable a company As the one that formed last weeks As it isto ride a wheel alone on the custom has made it perfectly proper for a lady to ride a and taking part in a display As As As As popular1 and As commendable As Fiat last not detract in the least from the dignity or propriety of any lady manipulator of grand jury the grand jury made a presentment to the court at Hollidaysburg Friday concerning the investigation of the affairs of the county set Ting Forth in substance that commissioners John Hurd and James Funk appropriated to their own use the sum of 79 of the county that amount being the difference Between the actual Cost and the amount 38 for which orders were issued on account of repairs done to the court House during the year it was a 1 so set f 01 the that two named William Leech and who did the work were the employees of commissioner Hurd his private Ness at i further charged that said commissioners failed to account for of the Money expended in repairs to the Gardners Mill was also set Forth that commissioner Hurd during the invests nation by the auditors offered Leech if he would state to the auditors under oath that he was doing the work by contract and not by the presentment concludes with the declaration com missioner Fagley in the discharge of his official duties to the county was at All times honest and careful and that he did nut authorize nor in any manner consent or Sanction the methods employed by the John Hurd and the said James Funk in the perform Ance and prosecution of the said repairs to the court House Ami that he was in no Wise concerned Pecunia Rily or other in any of Ali snid nor in the construction nor re pining of the Gard ners Mill Bridge that he never signed any of the Treasury drafts drawn for any of the aforesaid work and that he at All times protested against the methods employed by his fellow com missioners in the prosecution of the said after examining the presentment the court made the following order and june the within presentment read and the same is referred to William District with the direction that he prepare and Lay before tie grand jury proper indictments against John Hurd and James charging them with being concerned directly or indirectly in Public contracts As set out in the written presentment also an indicia rent against John Hurd to commit it is also further ordered that Bench warrants Issue to bring the said John Hurd and James Funk forthwith into the penalty for the Misdemeanour in office of being either directly or in any Public contracts the imposition of a Fine not exceeding and the removal of the guilty one from the penalty for the crime of solicitation to commit perjury is tue imposition of a Fine not exceeding separate and solitary confinement at la Bor not exceeding seven Aud the disqualification of the guilty one from being a witness in any matter fun con pictures of if you want to be sure to get a Good picture of them take them to Coulters tent parties wishing photographs Oan do Well by calling at Coulters Art studio lot

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