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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - June 30, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania J s p Tyrone f 1 to by june Twenty sixth Gill scored in Tyrone on an a hit by Ben eleven Tyro no wins an exciting base Ball game trom Houtz leg something dropped Friday after it was Ilou Vidales percentage and the Stalwart Young men who represent that town in the mount Ain league came hither with a Well hatched plot to win a Ball from the local the Brawny miners had engaged three experts from Renovo to strengthen their Side and these three Young Barnett and Duncan were a whole team but they had a heavier Job thin they could it was a pretty the second inning for error by shoulder and Shollenberger John and Ben Shollenberger crossed the plate with three More in the third Dunn brought the fifth tally in the fourth and Gill again circuited the basses in the Houtzdale scored two runs in the third and one in the with the score six to three in favor of the Home the ninth inning Houtzdale was at the Bat and it seemed like a forlorn just How they obliged the Tyrone representatives to take a reef and play Delahunt started the ninth with a Hutchey followed with what looked like a hit towards big but that errorless giant who haunt yet made his customary circus took in the seemingly impossible Ball and thereby won a tremendous outburst of a toot followed with a hit and Bauer followed toot and Bauer All crossed the timing the score and throwing the big audience into a state of intense what would the Harvest be in their half of the Tyrone Drew a in the tenth each Side failed to the Elo nth also produced nothing for the the lust Man firing a lightning like liner to met half who connected with and held for Tyrone in the eleventh Dunn opened the inning by his third clean hit of the he secured second on a passed Ball dunns journey Home was a Triumph of Coo headed and expert base lie grabbed third successfully on Gillams Fly to Hughes and while John Shollenberger was being thrown out on strikes Duncan to our elongated Pitcher a Osier Home with the seventh and winning l the game was full of interesting Dunn displayed great head in his pitching and if the fielders had obeyed his instructions for placing themselves at certain times a few hits might have been Dunn struck out fifteen Gill caught one of the Best games Ever seen accepting eighteen out of Twenty one big Baker again distinguished himself by getting everything within his reach and Une that ordinarily the other Tyrone splayed a clean game in the Metcalf doing some especially neat at the Bat Dunn led with three Gill and Benny Shol Lenberger also wore their batting Clothea and Gillam hit a whiskers for Houtzdale Barnett pitched a Fine he had tremendous and struck out twelve he was Well received by second baseman Bauer played a great game and made four hits in five times at the visitors put up s Rong game but errors at critical Points disturbed their a notable feature of the game is that Gillam and Barnett were the Only players Iii the two teams that Susan Mckeo Susan Mckee died at ten Oclock saturday morning at Home of her son on Lincoln deceased had been afflicted for three years past with cancer and it was from the inroads of that dread disease that she passed she whose loss is now so deeply mourned was the daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Beck Daniel Beck was one of the old time residents and one of the most highly esteemed citizens of half Moon Susan Beck was born at Centre line in that Valley april and at death she was aged therefore sixty two two months and fourteen on August she was United in marriage to James a physician widely known during hip life in this Section of the he prac tired his profession at storm town until his death that place August after that time Mckee continued to reside in stories town until 1880 when she removed with her family to in 1888 she came to Tyrone find since that time had lived with her daughter surviving the deceased Are three and James of Bellefonte and Mary wife of of five Brothers also John and of fort Kansas Isaiah and of Centre Mckee was during her lifetime a faithful and de voted member the presbyterian and was a lady Rich in the pos session of True Christian funeral services were conducted at the residence of love on monday morning at ten by interment in Tyrone treatment of it seems As if everybody is complain ing of rheumatism Young and Rich and Ever ready with something new to alleviate the sufferings of has not failed in this and Sii lol is now the remedy extensively used for Rhunia the medical times and Register says therapeutically the Anodyne property of Salol is Xiii cited in the cases that Are Rheum Lic in the Erst triumphs of were won in the treatment of acute rheumatism exas it apparently nil other remedies in its Power to Abate and Lessen if All the conditions be by the end of the second and third Clay fever and joint paid and swelling will have Salol has a further that it is and excellent results have been obtained from it when used As a disinfectant for the bowels in cases of typhoid in connection with the cure of rheumatism it May be stated that of Lute years Massage treatment has found great favor with Jehu Ignatic in practising the of risers Are usually moistened with some sort of oily and for this purpose nothing better used than Many physicians consider this vastly preferable to or any other and is use has invariably been attended with the greatest did not strike out once or the score in detail follows the Tyrone j is c in 2b if of 3b p if totals clout Quale shoulder 2b c p in of of is 3b totals r 1 o 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 h 0 i 0 0 3 1 o 1 14 9 4 0 3 1 0 o 7 8 33 u 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 ii 2 4 o t i f 0 1 0 q u 11 1 1 1 9 a 4 4 i 1 i 0 1 1 0 11 a 0 3 4 3 0 1 0 o 3 Colin Isone Alexander the Young est son of met with a painful Accident saturday morning at half past ten in company with some other lads of his own he had been to the Hundred after which tha party Rode up to Stew Artie on the Way Aleck was rid ing one of his White the Ani Mal is not at All vicious and the boy had him in full but the Pony was at one time an Equine stage performer and was accustomed to Short stops the lie was galloping through the Vard when suddenly be planted his for feet in the ground us he had often done on the and his who is an expert horseman but seas Takei by sur was pitched Over the animals alighting on his shoulder and suffering a dislocation of the Collar the boy was brought Home and medical Aid was he is now resting comfortably considering the exciting experience to which he was c 14 32 10 8 score by 1031001000 0020100030 base stolen swollen base on hit by double and Shollenberger and struck Shollenberger Metcalf beam Shol Dunn Gorman Delahunt Duncan Hutchey toot Bier fussed Gill Bunoan wild Barnett Umpire w rime of an kist Tyro no Charles Sou of Scott and miss Ella Shollenberg daughter of Samuel swollen were United in marriage at the of the second methodist at 8 Oclock thursday by William immediately after the ceremony the Happy couple repaired to the Home of the brides and a reception was a merry evening was spent and Many handsome and costly gifts were presented to the newly wedded the Groom is an operator tit the sum and he and his Bride will make East Tyrone their permanent residence the Herald unites with their hosts of friends in wishing them a Happy married capital our Ungi Ilner correspondent at the National capital has a newsy letter june presi Dent has had no Idle time beside his important official duties he has been devoting considerable time conferring with members of the nation Al Republican which will be in session Here the greater part of this week making arrangements for the coming he finds All the members confident of winning although aware that the party will have to fight to do the nomination of Cleveland and Stevenson hardly made a Ripple at the White the president is a believer in the Observance of official and correspondent happens to know that Harrison was very much gratified at the nomination of and very much More so at the adoption of the Tariff Plank in the which tears the mask from the democratic Faco and discloses the hideous features of free the Rumor that George of has been tendered the vacancy on the Bench of thu supreme court is again it cannot be but it finds Many Delaware is part of the District from which tha appointment is Likely to be and senator Higgins is to have been working hard to secure tiie appointment for judge it would be difficult to find a More woebegone looking lot of men than the returning democratic they privately swear at the the ticket and the but try to assume a pleasant smile when they say to the newspaper teen i like the it will be their manner gives them however they cannot conceal the listlessness they feel Over the Outlook for their Palmer of the has been Here for several Days looking after some congressional legis lation relating to mount Mcgregor and after the arrangements that Are being made for the Encampment in speaking of the Encampment he said 1 will venture the prediction that there will he five Hundred thousand people in Washington and there will be seventy five thousand old soldiers in line on the Day of the you May put that Down As my forecast and you will see when the time comes that i will not by fur the approaching encamp ment will be the High water Mark in the gatherings of the old soldiers of this and the like of it will never be repeated in our the House has again been suffering from the no quorum owing to the absence of such a Large number of dem some of whom have not been their seats for two Here it is almost at the beginning of a new fiscal year and hardly any of the regular appropriation All of which should be available on the first of have be come As a do nothing body the present House has never been and its record alone should be sufficient Only to elect the Republican presidential hut to restore the control of tiie House of representatives to the Republican in is Only when the House is Republican that the Public business is promptly and properly at tended it was surprising Here that Stevenson should have been put on the ticket with Cleveland As it is Well known that the feelings Between them was anything but cordial during the last year or two of Cleveland Stev Tensons favorite method of speaking of Cleveland among his Uiti mates was that mugwump in the White the fact is commented on that Cleveland sent no congratulation to Secretary plums is justly regarded its Oue of the Ahi eldest political observers in the and his opinions Are til Given Cui Efu even by his political he says of the situation the Republican party s entitled to and will succeed on platform of the democratic convention ind the action of the convention leading up to the platform in adopted is the nearest approach to free Trade this country has Ever seen except the out and out declaration for free Trade in the Dilonte Depute the business Public will chances will prefer to be satisfied with a sure thing which is a Good enough am confident there Are surprises in store for the with an honest count we would carry several of Thuc Southern in 1888 Cleye Laug Only had majority of one thousand five Hundred in and less than foul1 Long distance fast the fastest Tram from Denver to Chicago is now the 8 on the Bur reaching Chicago at the next it is also the fastest Long run in the the distance is and the allowing for the difference in is 28i hence the Speed from terminal to Ter Minal is 364 Miles an this is not far behind the Speed of the limited trains Between new York and Chicago and is a pretty fast schedule for a run of Over the fastest new Yor Chicago train Are As follows new York to Shore limited via new York Central and Michigan 076 Miles in 25 average Speed Between 39 Miles an Buffalo to Shore limited via Michigan 536i in 1418 average spewed bet Ween terminals 378 Miles an new York to express via Pennsylvania 912 Miles in 26i average Speed Between 347 Miles tin new York to Shore limited via Central and Lake Shore Michigan 964 Miles in 2jf average Speed Between Termi an new York to limited via Pennsylvania Oil Miles 24i hours allowing for the average Speed Between Termi Miles an the southwestern limited from new York to Louis by the new York runs Miles in 30j or 38 Miles an hour Between very much the greater part of the Burlington line is single and on much of it the freight business is a schedule of 36 4 Miles an hour for Miles therefore requires skillful operating besides robust motive this fast train is hauled by the class h Mogul designed at Road Avaryl Annie a daughter of mrs Sarah of died on tuesday june at the run Risburg the deceased was born in Tipton july and was therefore thirty four eleven months and seventeen Days of when quite Young she moved to Altoona Ami from there where she was married to Henry one Sun was born to them but about tight years ago both husband and child she then returned to her and As her loss had unbalanced her mind to some extent she was removed to the Hospital she Ward is survived by her Sarah of three Mary of Al Toona Lydia Fowler and Stella of she is also survived by three cres son of Altoona and James of the body was brought to Tyrone on Pacific express thursday morning and interment took place privately in Oak Grove cemetery at five Oclock that Patrick an old Pioneer resident Dies after an of Only n few Patrick one of the oldest and most widely known residents of this died at his Home a Short distance West of Tyrone station at eight Oclock monday Mcneils first complained of feeling unwell last Friday his which was pronounced bilious fever combined with nervous became Seri Ous on that and thereafter be Sank rapidly to the he was conscious to the the subject of this sketch was born june and was aged seventy two years and seventeen his birth place was in the Parish of county and in that country he continued to reside until 1851 when he came to America to seek his Fortune in the new Mcnelis Erst settled at what was then called Crozier a now known As cold Spring just West of a few years later he removed to the Point where he continued to reside until claimed by the hand of he was one of the Pioneer settlers in this Vicin whose interests were always cast with the coming City of for Many years he was in the employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad sever ing Iii connection therewith in since which his time had been spent at Mcneils preceded her husband to the having passed away in surviving him Are three sons and four daughters William and of Tyrone George now in the United states service and stationed at wife of Michael and wife Michael of Tyrone and one Sisters also survive misses living at the old brother and two they Are Anthony Mcne Lisand of and of Mcneils was deservedly respected for the Many qualities of character which pronounced him an honest and excellent he was an ardent faithful to his duties and possessing the veritable Christian tie was widely known and charitable above All things he never refused assistance to the deserving one who ask Aid of in politics he was an enthusiastic and yet not a for he chose Between men almost As frequently As Between he will be greatly missed not Only by his own Kin but As Well by the people of this Community where he had been so Long in their sad the sorrowing ones have the sympathy of a wide Circle of funeral took place at nine Oclock wednesday services being conducted by father Gallaher at Matthews interment in the Catholic tie opening of the the extraordinary Success of the series of Pennsylvania Railroad excursions to the new Jersey coast for several years Back demonstrates the popu Larity of these last year the Suc Cess was for the sea son of 1892 the very Best dates have been selected and every detail to pro Mote the Comfort and pleasure of the excursion is will be the dates Are july 7th and August 4th and these dates cover the time when sea bathing is the fishing is in its and All manner of Seaside attractions in the Best form for thorough one who misses the Unity of taking one of the series gives up a delightful experience of the the choicest Points on the and Are available for Cape Atlantic sea Isle or Ocean City at the same the of excursion Good for twelve Are to be sold at a rate of fio and at correspondingly Low rates from other a special train of parlor and Day coaches will leave Pittsburg at for stopping at All important Junction where connections will be made with trains from Branch passengers will spend the in Philadelphia and proceed to the seashore by regular trains of the next application for information und tickets should be made to nearest ticket or address Passtn Ger agent Western a he must pay the Constable Miller last evening arrested Antonio an of Union on a warrant issued by Alderman of on the charge of stealing a violin from Nicho Las of sinking Russ and Lewis had had a Misuno standing some time ago when the who a had some pigs from the Lewis had rubs arrested for non for the that had been when Captain Miller apprehended Antonio monday evening the excited italian was under the impression that he was being arrested again on the old lie swung his arms wildly about and declared that he had paid for the pigs and me to pay the officer hurried his gesticulating prisoner to Justice Taylors office where he was informed that it was a violin that he was presumed to have appropriated this Farmer Lewis values the fiddle at Justice Taylor asked for bail for Russ appearance before Alderman Akers at ten Oclock thursday and Pietro of this supplied the Antonio says he Doest know anything about the missing a tile on the a broken Axle piled a Coal train com ing Down the Mountain just this Side of Gardner wednesday night about the track was torn up for some distance and the rails Bent Iuva rious the Road bed which is composed of tightly packed cinder at this was scooped out completely in the incoming evening Mountain mail train was caught Back of the wreck and the passengers were transferred to a special run up from the outbound evening express was also compelled to Transfer passengers for Over the it took All to get the Road in and was about seven Oclock before it forum rely no one was and barring the detention the occurrence was a Lucky Hundred in West it will Raj Quirn Good Deal of bloody shirt howl about the election Bill and Kindred stuff some cheating to beat Harrison in those and even with those Means i doubt if it can be How to doctors pres Send three 2 cent to pay receive great treatise on diseases illustrated in colors it gives their sirens and address Ordway another shortly before ten Oclock saturday morning a car 011 a loaded Coal train coming out of Tyrone Yard and hauled by engine jumped the track oppo site the and before the train could he nine cars were de railed and two of the Yard tracks by the Tannery nearly wiped Spruce Creek and Tyrone wreck Crews were summoned and after several hours hard work put the cars Bank on the track and repaired damages to the i live been a sufferer from Catarrh for having tried a number of remedies advertised us sure cures without obtaining any i Hud res olved never to take any other Patent when a Friend advised me to try Elys Cream 1 did so with great but can now testify that after using it for six weeks i believe myself it is a most agreeable invaluable Balm 924 grand ave milk cows from premises near port one a red and White Bell the other All red wide Lluann Alful childrens Day the first presbyterian Church was thronged sunday evening on the occasion of the Observance of childrens Day by the sunday school of that for the the auditorium had been beautifully decorated with Dowers and the Centre piece being a Cross entwined with Ivy and surrounded by wild Rose Bushes and a Large choir rendered the special music pre pared for the the service opened with a delightful chorus which was followed by the Joy Ous song thronging to his thereafter scripture recitations by the Little ones and singing by the infant department furnished an excellent and interesting series of exer into which both Young and old entered with a Hearty the special service was entitled the crowned and the Cross was appropriately decked with emblems us the scholars rendered songs and Recita the final symbolical exercise being the placing of the Crown upon the the service throughout taught the potent lesson that the Cross is the Way to the superintendent assistant superintendents Gohson and Templeton the scholars and choir All de serve the highest commendation for the successful manner in which the splendid program was advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Postof Lioe 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 Olloe at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or the Liat is As follows for the week ending june 25 mias Mary Stahl Susie Knoll Albert Newry George Adoa my assaulted and Usu in last fray Caleb a Young was employed As a Moulder at the foundry of Austin Brothers of that Day he was Given his discharge by Charles Boss Moulder of the establish on monday afternoon Ferkin went to the foundry to get some clothes which he had left there and while in the talking to seme of the men he was ordered out by a few minutes after that Ferkin wore a Black the Young Man claims that he started out according to order and just As he was about to make his exit he turned and told Swonger that he was go ing that Swonger put him out thereupon the latter struck him and knocked him Shouger claims that Ferkin showed fight and that the blow was in Ferkin swore out a warrant against his assailant for assault and and at a hearing before Justice Holmes monday Shouger was bound Over in bail for his appear Ance at Catcher Savls at work on Friday evening Joe official do Catcher by appointment of Burgess opened his season of Captur ing a muzzled the first victim was a Brindle dog belonging to William Joe tied a rope around his captives neck and started for the Burgess which presumably is the Pound whose location has been such a deep at the Juniata Bridge the dog took a notion to sit Joe tugged at the rope but Bis victim stubbornly refused to just at this moment Herzog appeared on the scene and feeling Indig Nant at the capture of an animal which he knew to be lie Cut the rope and liberated his dog Catcher Davis promptly reported the affair to the Executer of the ordinances who issued a warrant for Hertogs saturday evening Burgess presided Over his municipal court when h Herzog was fined for inter Fering with an of ulcer of the in 6 to jail

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