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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - March 07, 1895, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaTyrone by c s w Jones Tyrone Pam thursday March 71896 Twenty eighth year capital Chat news from our own correspondent if dead last Best thai is by f Al shout Over the land tis Well Only speak Well of the in literally followed it would 8jie to speak at All of the Congress which Drew its Oon today about the the Capit pay be said of the defunct it did but do All the Vul uhf Barm u Muht have done and democratic polity should receive to credit for Iai is t heir intentions were to do All the harm possible and it was Only by Kalert Wiewior the republicans tha they wre prevented from carrying them All out about the Only mourners in the con a Esmoil of deals Are the Menteh know that their Public careers Are ended for Good and Allanr employees who Only receive Xvi Viress is in session a speaker heed uttered a few word while the House was discussing suspension of the rules a Bill appropriating to reimburse Washington and Lee a Tiversky of Hginia of injuries sustained during the War which were As sound in principle As to foundation of common Law after pro testing against the Bill Beitf considered on sentimental grounds instead of the grounds of reason and Wisdom or Reed said whoever provokes a must take the consequences even o lawlessness which destroys institution of learn Init no nation can afford t adept doctrine that All injuries to such institutions shall be paid after War is Over Excenator at Coon to accomplish what would have Fesen i Teal Reform just before completing i senatorial career he failed but thy should not prevent his receiving due credit for having made the attempt Manderson offered a Amend ment to the general deficiency appropriation Bill providing that the wive daughters should not be borne on the Rolls As clerks but Che Senate promptly Laid it on the table and the wives and daughters of certain senator and representatives will continue u draw a month for work which Witt rare exceptions they do not perform and people elsewhere will continue to wonder Why it is so difficult to get Washington jury to convict those who Rob the government senator Mander sons amendment should have become cum Charity communication our people Are to be highly com mended for the promptness Aud Liber Alky with which they responded to to Appeal recently sent out asking of clothing for the use of the destitute o our town and i am satisfied much mor can be had if the emergency cannot b met with what the committee now hav at their disposal while these distressed people can be provided for in this respect with comparatively tie Diffly Iky the commit tee find question themselves As to How now facing the to provide them a Law and its provisions should extended to cover the Bens As Well As the daughters also to embrace news paper correspondents and to embrace All Govero agent employment senator Morgan want mealy Mouth de about he reported intention of the British government to pay the damages allowed Lay Secretary Gresham to Canadian sealers in Bering sea he said in a speech in the Senate sir George Erade Powell says that they want Topay the canadians and there Calci Trant and rascally americans who hired themselves Cut Iander the British Fla to Rob the gov eminent of to bet s violate its Law and Dishonour the coun and to pay tree Nevin Advance Boas to have a moral claim against Theta s for this not one shilling of which not a shilling i propose that the committee on foreign relations shall investigate that matter there has been enough of falsehood and about this in official documents and in the news papers to require for the vindication of the Honor of the country that this f investigation shall be made or Morgan was one of the Bering sea arbitrators and knows this subject thoroughly the Silver program which was to commit the democratic party to free coinage at a ratio of 16 to 1 sizzled out snaking As much Blaze As a parlor match would have have done the scheme had its origin in the Fertile brain of or Bland of to who today retired to private life involuntarily after a Long career As member of the House or Bland very shrewdly Al Lowed or Bryan of Nebraska another gentleman who was dropped from Uncle Sams pay Roll today to take the management of to circulate manifesto which was intended to Kremr Cleveland and the other Gold bugs1 out of the democratic party As soon As it had been signed by nine tenths of the democrats in con Gress the manifesto might have had that effect had Allethe expected signers materialized but they didst in fact so few democrats signed the manifesto that none of the signers names were made Public with the manifesto the Obei scheme fathered by those Mem Bers of the by Mullic league with democratic proclivities to Start a Silver party Aud put up at once a presidential ticket is still in the incubator with the chances against its being hatched out in a healthy condition with food during the three weeks the commit tee has been at work assistance a been Given to some 38 or 40 families this Means that nearly 200distressed the most part women and bad their struggle wit want made lighter through your Gener Ous giving we shall have the poor with us Al ways but surely not in such Grea numbers As now conditions mus change for most of them a Brighte Day will come but until it the demands for labor Are such tha they can be self sustaining it become our duty to assist them a number of these families will re quire assistance for torn four to so weeks yet some of them louder now it remains with you to a whether they shall receive further help or not if you think they should and i believe you do then give expression to the thought by a Cash contribution to the fund a whatever amount you feel yourself Able to contribute any Money Leftak the Herald Olliee or any that May be handed to mrs Jones Bell or myself will be carefully accounted for orders on any of our merchants can he used As Convenie utly As Cash j w Howe Burgess stole six George Witsky is the son of i fatties who lives at Stony Point George is about 18 years old and until monday Day bunked at Henio whether he a been a Good boor otherwise up to Dat Are not informed Bui from recen developments it is evident that he a dropped into an evil Channel and been tarried Down the Stream some distance last Friday evening it seems Accord ing to the evidence before Justice Smith tuesday morning that George entered the Chicken Coop of Newton Rhodes of Stony Point also and lifted therefrom six chickens which he placet in a bag and toted them Down town same evening and sold them to Georg b Reed for Cash one was dead when Tae out of the bag upon that one or Reed reneged he the bargain stood for the five othe fowls the Young Man in answer to query of or Reed said his Mcfarland and that he hailed from East Tyrone where he raised the poultry and prepared the same for the Market a couple of the hens thac instituted search Tornes Tsin which to Deposit eggs while in the Back room of or Reeds store were duly transferred to his Coop further up Pennsylvania Avenue s couple were transferred to Lish cramp ton in the usual course of business and the other one was still on the Market when Constable Curtin traced the goods from Rhoades Coop to Reed store Young Winsky was arrested monday and after spending the night in the lockup was Given a hearing be x morning when the facts As above re lated came out the evidence being sufficient to con vict the Young Man the Justice required bail in the sum of for his appearance at court in default of which he was taken to the county jail tuesday afternoon Curtin the Boyi father was present at the hearing who had no one to suggest As bail for his son except the prosecutor who he stated s connected with the same Church in which he himself occupies a Pew the to sector did not exhibit any particular anxiety to become the surety for the Hap who had stolen his chickens be ides on account of his relations with he Case he avas declared incompetent mail upon this declaration the father rated that he supposed his son would ave to go to jail remarking that he would be off his the old mans Board while the county was furnishing him rub thus ended the first chapter we dont relieve it the Philipsburg journal is responsible for the following fabrication a Good joke has just leaked out on be of the lady school teachers of to one she was trying to make Clear to or Young pupils minds the meaning of in word slowly she walked across room in the manner the word Sug ests and then asked the class to Teller How she walked one Bright boy t the foot of the class almost paralysed or by shouting out Bow legged the lass was dismissed and Johnny sent Oine 1ndustbial Oboth important xxx Titan of the Iron flit of a through the business Energy and Tim of a g Morris sous whose larg foundry Aud machine shops Here hav already won an enviable reputation As an establishment of High rank in the mechanical world Tyrone is soon t have an Extension of Industry wine will doubtless promote materially to welfare of the town Aud increase the present Plant of the firm to much Greate proportions Aud capacity for Over a year past or Morris a been investigating the merits of the Bliven steam Generator with a View to engaging in its manufacture and it merits have proven so certain and hav been so abundantly substantiated tha tuis progressive firm have closed the contract to engage in making the generators for the Market upon the invitation of or Norris the inventor a Perry Bliwn of Brooklyn and Eugene Ellsworth of new York presi Dent of the Bliven steam Power com Pauy came to Tyrone thursday re turning to their Homes that night while they were Here the negotiation were concluded whereby a g Morri sons will become the manufacturer of the Bliven Generator or boiler messes Bliven and Ellsworth inspected the Plant of the firm and expressed themselves As highly pleased with the Home or the machine that is bound t be so popular on the Market or Bliven is a Marine architect an Engineer of High standing and extended experience who has invented Man useful and successful machines of Twenty years he has Given the building of boilers his profound study and i that time has designed Many and now culminates the study and experience o these years in his perfected invention the Bliven steam Generator he claim for it that it is absolutely no explosive easily standing 1000 pounds pressure with hard Coal to will consume Only 1 pounds per hour per indicated hours Power the average boiler requiring three pounds it requires no Force draught i occupies less space and a less weight for the horse Power tha any other Genera or made and it Ca be built from 10 to 1000 horse Power o steel aluminium or phosphor Bronze if built of aluminium Bronze a 300 hours Power machine at 250 pounds steam pressure will be 36 inches Long 35 Inch High and weigh less than 1000 pounds the Generator will carry either 10 1000 pounds pressure with perfect Safet and can toe operated by a child or Bliven flays he can get steam from Cole water just above freezing in a 100 hours Power boiler in less than five minute from the time the fire is started a agents to transmit the Power or Bliven has designed four types of engines the four Cylinder direct acting Balanc Piston double compound balance Piston triple expansion balance Piston Anc quadruple Extension balance Piston engines the boilers and engines a the Only ones made which Are adapter to Al purposes where steam is used a Power or Blivens claims have been amply substantiated by official tests and the most flattering endorse ments of the government engineering bureaus these generators will be manufactured at the Plant of a g Morris sons and it is expected that Active work upon them will begin in Abom three weeks or As soon As the prelim nary arrangements can be made or Bliven will come to Tyrone to super intend the construction it is conf Dently expected both by the inventor and the manufacturer that the Busi Ness will speedily grow to very Large proportions and it is Likely that there will be a still busier hum of Industry n Tyrone in a few weeks than has Ever been before the business has certainly been taken in hand by a firm hat will push it to Success if there is any virtue in it at All and that our enterprising founders and machinists May become the leading manufacturers of toilers in the country As or Bliyen ays they will is surely the Hearty f our people in connection with our report of the new Industry we should state that Redit is due John c e Wing of Tyrone or bringing the invention to the Atten iou of or Morris and taking a great interest in promoting the negotiations tar Ewing on learning of the invent Ion and its importance with no other Ute rest than to secure an important tid us try for Tyrone called or Morris attention to it and together about a ear ago they went to new York to sex mine the machine or Morris has ice Given the matter constant con iteration with the result that the Nego actions Are completed and the Stab ashment of the additional Industry is a certainty or Ewing is As greatly ratified As the inventor and manufacturers themselves Over tyrones secur no the Plant for making the machine i which he has been so greatly inter sted and in which he has a firm Faith to Nam altar the big lire of 1880 which destroyed a Large portion of Tyrone in it course completely wiping out a Tiu be of stores a couple of printing offices Aud the Tyrone Postoff Iee new and bet Ter buildings were soon erected on the Sites of the old ones among them being the building known As the Flynn Block one of the rooms of which on the old sits was listed up for a Post office for the town at that Day it was Wel equip i d convenient and Well to the business of the office the popu lation of the town was then not nearly half As Large As it is at present and the business of the town is More varied aug in volume is much More than double o that of fifteen years ago while the Busi Ness of the Post office has Eren More than kept Pace with the general Advance of the town the crowded condition of the Busi Ness room of the Post office and the cramped lobby at present has made i necessary for something to be done to relieve the Public from unavoidable an Noyace and give sufficient facility for the comfortable and convenient trans action of the business of the office in View of this necessity postmaster con Rad has been in communication with officials of the Post office department for some time concerning the Matte which culminated in a visit to the town o chief Post office inspector general w d Degano monday evening and tues Day general Edgarton made a thur ouch investigation of the situation and so thoroughly was he convinced that new room is a necessity that the pre Limmuary papers have been sent to the department and the change will occur Siou As a new room can be fitted up alter examining the Postof lice As i now stands and declaring the room now occupied inadequate for the business o the office he made a Survey of the town Aud then minutely inspected the room in the Conrad Block now occupied b the opera House clothing store which was offered As a new location for the office the room was approved Ani the change will no doubt occur in very Short time while most of of people will regret somewhat that a Chance from the old Post office stand a become a necessity it will be Gratifying to know that Steps Are being taken in the direction of improvement with View to making the pos Toffic facilities equal to the business emergencies of the establishment the necessity for More commodious quarters has existed for a number of years an add a convenient location been Posa Ibl the office would no doubt have Bee moved Ere this an old Ituen dead Joseph Kolbenschlag died at the Horn of Jacob h Holtzinger Friday morn ing at 3 15 Oclock from Brights Dis ease of the kidneys super induced b paralysis which first attacked him o the 31st of May last born in Koenigs Bach Bavaria Germany on the 19t of May 1827 he was67years 9 Namath and 10 Days old deceased came to this country 1850 and settled on a farm near Alex Audria in Huntingdon county while at Alexandria he was married to Elizabeth Arford in 1856 but one child was born to them and it died in infancy they removed to Tyrone in 1864 and or Kolbenschlag engaged in teaming which be successfully carried on for i number of years after which he Bough and for several years operated tin Mothersbaugh farm just Over Brush Mountain from Tyrone in Warrior Mark Valley moving Back to Tyrone he later on located at Gra Wierville and engaged in the brewing of Brown Stout during their residence at Grazi Erville mrs Kolbenschlag died in 1887 the business at Grazier Vilie proved unsuccessful and in a crippled financial condition or Kolbenschlag returned to Tyrone and has since made Bis Home with or Holtzinger being a severe sufferer and unable to follow any Busi Ness pursuits for a number of years in was a devoted member of St Matthews Catholic Church a quiet and upright citizen and when in Good health one of the most industrious hard work no men of the town the deceased parents who remained n their native country Are both dead one brother older than himself pre eded him to this country but his where bouts Are not known several Brothers and Sisters still residents f Germany William Kolbenschlag until recently a citizen of Tyrone and Oseph Kolbenschlag were first cousins the funeral occurred sunday from t Matthews Church at 3 Oclock in in afternoon interment at Oak Grove cemetery in connection with funeral services requiem mass was celebrated at the Church monday morn morning postage Stamps May be modest and retiring but they sometimes get Atuck n themselves the right name in the right place Pantina for coughs and cods 25c at Holmes drug store tax old and tee new Council adjourns sine organizes anew the last meeting of the retiring Council took place monday evening with All members present except messes Sausser Beyer and Kerlin or love of finance committee made a cot Para Tiye report showing that the Borough is in much better financial condition than at the same time last year with a Sauk sum in the Treasury Burgess Howe reported Fine received during february Bills were read and orders granted As follows a m Woodin co 200 Tyrone Herald 900 my Crawford 162 Schirm Bros 525 mrs t Ermine 1 00 Cyrus Luce 263 d Cupp 38 Penny 38 Harry 4000 Forest Henchey 38 John Cupp 38 Neptune fire co 2ooo w m Snyder 60 60 Lingle 30 Home elec it co36483 w Taylor 2000 citizens fire co 25 of Hicks 21500 Harry Miller 4000 Tyrone Gas water co 5450 the Bill of Mcgowan Bros for keep ing destitute persons upon the order of the Burgess was referred Back to Bur Gess because Council could not legally appropriate the Money but the Gener Ous dads passed the hat and easily handed the Burgess More than the amount of the Bill in Cash the re quest of the German Baptist congregation for a refund of the sewer tap Page charge was also referred Back be cause Council could not legally Grant it on motion of or Aacen a vote o thanks was tendered a g Morris sous for screenings furnished the Bor Ough the past year the old Counci Alwn adjourned sine die and presiden Gingrich Laid Down the Gavel the newly elected members then sub scribed to the oath of office they Are George c Davison h c love reelected John l Porter Scott Branstetter Walter Burley John t Gamey and Wilhan h Miller they with the Holdover members James t Owens d h Haagen Charles a Morris c m Waple Harry Stonebraker John w Hildebrand and George Wmoore constitute the new Council or Haagen was chosen temporary chairman and w f Taylor Esq Tern Horary Secretary the new Counci effected a permanent organization by the unanimous election of h c love As president or love responded a Brief fitting address w f Taylo was unanimously reelected Secretary d d Stine representing the fireman convention reported the nomination Tor chief Aud assistant engineers of the tire depart tent on motion the exec lion of All officers was deferred unti the next meeting the third monday o this month on Moi Ion of or Morris presiden Loye was authorized to appoint the committees and announce them before the next regular meeting Counci adjourned buried in a Jar the body of a baby in a Jar was found by several men while fishing along the j a Riata River at Union Furnace the other Day it was a male child and had been killed by some unknown per Sou according to the result of an in quest and placed in a half gallon Fri Jar and thrown into the River it is Only a Short time since the Mother o an illegitimate child in Huntingdon county Cut the infants Throat from ear to ear and dropped the body into a Cess Pool where it was discovered similar cases of child murder Are of frequent occurrence it is a species of moral depravity that seems to be on the increase and for which careless or in different parents Are directly or indirect y responsible the practice of per mitting Young girls to run the streets at Large at unreasonable hours of the night and allowing them to have com Pany of their own selection without re Gard to habits or reputation has much 0 do with the present condition of hings when parents and others who May have influence Over Young girls Ake More interest in their welfare we May have Hope of improvement but not until then the cases mentioned May not be traceable to neglectful parents t guardians but hundreds of others Are and it will continue to be so As Long us such carelessness indifference and we might say criminality prevails school children to be readmitted the Board of health recommends that tie school authorities shall readmit All Hildren to the Public schools who have Een required to remain at Home Byj aus of prevalence of measles in the own d j Appleby physician Board of health when lightning strikes it admits of o arbitration the Meadow sow Charles Woodin Loi a consideration of Lias become the owner of inv tract of Maud Kitoku As the Stewart Meadow located Between Jfe Altmont and the Tyrone Iron works it contains bet been Nineteen and Twenty of ground and is As level As a floor or Woodin has already contracted for fencing the p6t Aud the erection of a barn upon it cribbing and Wall ing will be commenced at once to protect it from the floods As tha weather permits the work of erecting a race course with the necessary buildings will be commenced and in three months fifteen or Twenty animals will be train ing on the track in this particular line or Woodin is exactly at Home and what is done will be done i Juht All persons interested in horses will take a Lively interest in his new project and doubtless or Woodin will be seconded in the move ment by Many of the business people o the Community who will derive both pleasure and profit from the establish of a resort for lovers of the horse and his Speed on the track besides a track for horses it will make an elegant place for the bicycle rider to enjoy his favorite sport uninterrupted by t he obstructions of Street Aad Public Road it will also be Jound a comfortable place for pleasure driving and Many of our eople will be glad to fake advantage of the privilege thus afforded for their enjoyment in time it will probably be to arranged As to Wake a Good place for holding also and will prove useful in that Way Tyrone is centrally located and a Well conducted race course As this one will doubtless be under or a Goodins Man could in a Short time become popular and being easily reached from All sections would keep up quite a stir in the Community during the season for racing Missi Miry anniversary the first methodist Church was thronged sunday evening on the Pica of the Mitsi Omry anniversary of u q sunday school superintendent w f Meminger directed the rendition of an excellent program opening with a pleasing voluntary by the choir hymn prayer by the Psi Star hymn and concert exercise recitations were Well delivered As follows one cent a Day Lucy her zog this shall May e Wing Progress Charles Mem Inger dying in China without god Hermie Mccans is it nothing to you Cleo Gilbert it is All to me Hattie Mccans missions Bosa Wil Liams these were interspersed with hymns Sung with Hearty Fervour and Anthem by the choir Rev e h Gilbert tb3 pastor contributed a Happy Earnest address in behalf of the grand work of spreading the gospel and bring All lands under its influence the class Roll met with an unprecedented response for the result was the largest collection Ever lifted in the history of the school this Speaks Well for the missionary spirit of the classes and congregation for they have always been generous givers woman foreign missionary society the twentieth annual meeting of the woman foreign missionary society of the presbytery of Huntingdon is being held in the second presbyterian Church of Altoona wednesday and thursday March 6 and 7 following is the pro Gram of the sessions to be held wednesday 230 p hour words of Welcome mrs m w Thomson response watch word Roll Cal address by miss Jessica b Carleton m d of Arbala India appointment of committees announce ments adjourn at 4so wednesday evening presbyterian rally for missions Rev h h Stiles presiding 730 Organ voluntary prof h Faber hymn scripture Reading prayer Tenor Solo or Ham Sou address by Rev John Gillespie d d Secretary of the Board of foreign mis Sions thursday 9 a ser vice minutes treasurers report miss s d Morrow report of recording Secretary mrs m h Wilson Solo miss Alice Moore conference on the work of vice presidents conducted by mrs j m Dorris report of committees exec Ion of officers thursday afternoon so devotional exercises woman debt to Christian we have and what we owe mrs Rufus elder music Lunial Etter of correspond in Secretary miss c w Stewart thank offering prayer hymn childrens hour 3 p children f Many lauds miss Mary c Speer illustrated with dolls music by Unior Jin Deavor choir address to Chil Ren by or Jessica r Carleton sir Active costumes music by Junior Deavor choir conference owing to illness or h h Jessup a Nablo to fill his engagement As ugly announced

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