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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania March Twenty fifth election of on cers Anil committees of the the fourth quarterly conference of the first methodist episcopal Church was hold at the parsonage on thursday the presiding officers and committees for the Church year 1802 were elected As follows r h Gilbert die Fen c a David Cal Frank buyer District Thomas or Reiley re cording Hoff sunday misses death of John seven weeks ago John Bulick was seized with a severe attack of la and the dread disease soon developed into pneumonia from which lie was con fined to his bed for five until sunday at Oclock when death relieved him of Hia the re Mains were taken from his late Home on Bald Eagle Street to the first meth Odist episcopal Church where funeral services were held tuesday afternoon at half past three and inter ment in Tyrone cemetery John Bulick was Horn at Centre january being aged therefore fort two one month and eighteen he has been a resident of Tyrone for several Bavins been engaged most of the time n the Sale and erection of farming in surviving him Are his Mary one William aged fourteen years his who Ella Mary Bessie Lulu tem Jesse conference David estimating pastors Church freedmen Aid and Southern educational d Church music a Frank Guyer Church g mrs mrs Burket miss Jane Guyer was elected Lay Delegate to the Lay electoral conference to be held at the seat of the annual March to elect two delegates to the general conference a next pastor Gilberts report showed that during the year had preached 137 ser Mons made 292 addresses attended is meetings made 1033 visits and Calls performed 20 baptisms Aud at tended 41 just before the conference closed Gilbert expressed his High appreciation and grateful acknowledgement of the Hearty support and cooperation afforded him during the from official Board Down to humblest he said that his ministry fourteen years affords no finer specimen of thorough aggressive loyalty than Tyrone methodism has the Tyrone Industrial the new company just forming to establish a new with intention of enlarging As rapidly As possible to other Industrial is a fixed As stated a few Days the company will first enter upon the manufacture of establishing n Complete Plant in Aud later it is expected that through the medium of this town will produce galvanised Iron fancy tips and and other commodities which Are m constant de at a recent meeting of the projectors of the a temporary organization was effected by election of George Luvison president and Temple ton Rii tary and the name adopted is the Tyrone Industrial the amount of capital Stock is fixed at and Over of this amount has already been in a few through Hicks an application for a charter will be the incorporator Are Smith and enjoyable Surprise a number of the boys and girls o and women re Lief corps together Fri Day night and swooped Down upon the Home of Comrade Thomas Beamer to Surprise him in the Celebration of i fifty eighth of course com rude Beauer was delightfully surprised but from a remark he heart the Day before to was led to suspect at attack by his and had const que utly Laid in a goodly Supply of am resides at Franklinville two Brothers Hicks forecast what the reverend predicts for irl in word and works makes the following forecast for March weather Mercury is at the Centre of its disturbing period on the reactionary storms Are also due from that Date to the the Moons Erst Quarter be ing on the and the electric tensions being greatly increased by our approach ing Vernal Equinox it will be prudent to anticipate storms and trying weather from about the 2il to the the period will come in with winds shifting to southerly rain will appear turning to heavy and finally to Snow in Northern and Central dont forget that Mercury is our that his Power begins live Days and reaches five or six Days the and expect his sleety coat of mail to unwrap and play diabolical pranks with the wires in and one of Fin Linville of Noble Minnesota Mary of Alexandria a thrilling the Gazette and bulletin gives the following item a brakeman of the Beech Creek rail whose name was not had a thrilling experience at Jersey Shore Junction on tuesday in passing along Over a train he fell Between the cars Aud alighted on the ground below Between the the train had just started up and the Man found himself in a perilous lie reached threw one Arm Over Brake Rod Aud put his feet on the in this manner he passed the shouting Tho top of his voice to at tract when the mans position was discovered efforts were made it track the engineers attention but he did not look around until another engine tooted the danger when the brakeman crawled out from beneath the cars a shouted prayed for Joy at his he sustained no injury and wan soon at work democratic in accordance with the Call of District chairman Fisk the democrats of Tyrone and Vicinity met at their regular places for holding priv nary saturday evening to elect delegates to the county convention Hollidaysburg last thai following delegates were selected first Uncle John Wilson second Fisk Conrad third Frank Al Bright fourth Patrick col East Dan Iel John Smith Snyder Patrick George Tyrone James tem William it is a Ull delegation for Cleveland and against the arbitrary action of the chair in of the county a Good Sendon we regret very much indeed to lean hat we Are shortly to lose a couple o or Hirst citizens in the persons of or ind Jacob who have Ong been residents of our Aud Imong our most highly esteemed people these Good people expect shortly to Lak up their abode in and while ii heir removal Philipsburg suffers a los that will be keenly Tyrone makes Aiu that will be greatly appreciated b the people of that Jone is been Oue of our most prominent of tractors and in which he was always the Many excellent qualities of himself and his Ven Erable companion have endeared them to the hearts of our who will join us in wishing them every possible Good in their new to lieu i a a project now on which merits and is receiving popular is to Lay a Boardwalk from to the Tyrone Borough a of one a number of the resident i of cold Spring or West Tyrone have taken hold of the matter with vigor and Are collecting the Neces sary funds by subscript Frank Weiland succeeded in securing sub Many parts of the a severe dash of Artie breath will see if the Mercury docent touch a Low but especially of to the Between the 3d and about the Lith of March is always a critical the Vernal Equinox is about the crisis of its electrical excite ment within three or four Days of that a regular storm period is Central on the its Day of greatest violence being from that Date to the these to the full Moon on the morning of the indicate atmospheric and electrical disturbances of marked storms of general rain and Snow will result at the same and a cold wave of great intensity will spread eastward and southward from about the 10th to the 14th and 15th Are dates upon the touching which there will be a sudden change to very attended by Elee Trica Aud followed by change of wine and Sharp to about the 18th a regular storm period is Central on March being within forty eight hours of the suns Central bearing on our the Moon is on the Equa also on the the Equinox of on april will also bring its full disturbing Powers into play by this so that every warning Given for the St to will apply with dded to the period 19th and 23d great gales on sea and land just result upon and about these those who Are looking for an open into warmer summer vill find their and perhaps other blighted by Frost Between lie 22d and plan for the care of voting Stock Aud the Protection of Early another sudden change Roui cold to very warm will occur 26th to with rain southward turning to Snow in the far West and the tinal dash of cold for the month will follow up to the March will go out with rising Aud the appearance of storms in the West which will run into the opening Days of Why not locate the owners of the fifth wheel Manu factory at Howard Are said by the Belle Funte Gay Otte to be considering the advisability of removing their Plant to some other town and increasing their the says not withstanding that some Twenty men Are employed constantly in the Manu facture of various shapes and Sixes of fifth in some of the sizes they Are nine months behind time with in addition to running full handed every they work every other night until 9 and 10 and yet the orders by letter and Telegraph come pouring in from every direction for More York has made the concern an Offir to subscribe in Stock if the Plant is located offers the matter is referral to the Oaid of Trade or their that Coal the combination of the Lehigh Valley and Jersey Central rail roads is evidently contrary to and is clearly against Public tue Resolution introduced in Congress to in quire into the Deal should not be permitted to governor Pat Ilson of also Hasa duty to and the promptness and thoroughness with which he has acted in similar emergencies inspire the Hope that vie will shirk no responsibility in the present r the pure ise of the amalgamation of railroads can be interpreted in no two it is to control the transportation and marketing of with a View to enriching a few Railroad magnates at the expense of the president of the who engineered this consolidation does not occupy a place among Public he is working for him self and Friend to this end he has conceived a Gigantic and dangerous which will Lequire prompt and vigorous measures to con there is no meaner monopoly than that which takes advantage of the of the As the Reading Cal monopoly promises to it should be strangled at the new York morning sufficient to treat the party Ascriptions for about and to Lila to a sumptuous Oyster therein the Biu primers were the evening was pleasantly spent and All departed with Best wishes for Many to their excellent a soul at our grim seems to have singled out a great number of Young children this last few Aud our neighbouring Borough of East to Baa buffered More than their Friday at the Everett Hale Alaor Tillie took the deceased was five of services were held sunday morning at u 80 in the second methodist conducted by the pastor inter ment in Tyrone sum More was added by interested held a meeting on tuesday evening to determine the Width of Tho Boardwalk and its exact the movement should meet with Hearty in Coli gement from tyrones business men As they will thereby improve materially one of the main avenues from which comes their suburban Wilvor pistil advertised letters for the week end ing March 5 misses Jennie Ija Trofe Lizzie Sun Mary Dollie Braten Mary Cora Vawn Martha inn Hay William Liazuk in the following resolutions in Honor of late Howard Mcmurtre Ulo Ted by Washington Camp 327 of f the death Angel has again visited or Camp Aud removed our beloved a Loveard from our midst and taken him whence no traveller has returned we Bow in hum tile sub Miraum to him who doth All things there be it that deeply sympathize with the bereaved family drape our charter in mourning for a period of thirty Days to copy of these resolutions be Bent the family spread upon the minutes of our and a copy be furnished each of Tho town papers for s committee another another household mourns the loss of a dearly beloved the Young daughter of David and of e ust aged eight months and eleven died of brain fever at services were held by William Brill sat urday afternoon at inter ment in Tyrone sunday school for the ensuing year All the present officers of the presbyterian sunday school were reelected last the list is As follows Carian first assistant superin in charge of primary depart Templeton second assist ant Goheen third assistant Stine Cutler assis1 ant Burr miss Annie m Reed Jones assistant Black Porter miss Jessie officers of the first methodist Epis Copal sunday school for the ensuing were elected As follows superin Meminger assistant love Beyer Reiley death of miss Friday at Oclock the soul of miss Mary Jane Sneeringer took its she had been ailing All Winter hut Tho paralytic stroke she suffered monday week hastened the miss Sneeringer was born in Mcsherrystown and eleven months and twelve Days she is survived by her Mother Margaret widow o the late Watnes Sneeringer and sister o the late Pius and Oue Florence of Beloit Kansas and three Geo Garner and miss Annie Sneeringer of and sister of Mtcarmel deceased has been a devout and consistent oath Olic All her life Aud was much by All who knew Spur Ltd from the meanest Man in town Felt a Goot Deil meaner than usual saturday b cause the weather was meaner than he several gentlemen chipped in Fri Day Aud raised a fund to reimburse Baker for the Fine paid by her to Magis strata Rutledge for Lelling cigars on the name Thomas James on the police docket opposite a charge for Chew ing a mans nose is merely an Easterbrook is the mans right Thomas James int that kind of a John Wise got full Friday afternoon in the thirteenth and officer Burns John was taken before the mayor next morning and was lined which he Wise was faling All Over the Street in front of James Tribune ofed and old Council adj Ottens sine die and the new Council Burgess Beaston presided and m Lanners and Crawford were present at the last monthly of the Borough Council Fot held monday chairman the Highway reported that seeds and Sausser had placed pavements As ordered in front of their properties at Juniata Street Bridge but the owner of the lot on y the South Side of the Bridge had not yet complied with Tho solicitor Hicks made a few remarks upon Che and Street commissioner was instructed to again notify the owner or agent to Lay the Snyder reported that the pavements on the East Side of Blair Street would be Burley reported six Street lights not burning one night each and Haagen one Light out two nights during past Crawford presented the Case of Tillie Huston asking for exoneration of objection was made that requests for exoneration should All considered at and Crawford motion to exonerate Huston was Mccann offered the following motion which was carried unanimously that a vote of thanks be Morris for his action in Pur chasing the Hill top West of town in order to preserve and keep the Beautiful Grove that adds so much to the appear Ance of our from being Cut in a few Days More it would have Dis appeared had not with his usual Public spirit come to the Rescue Aud saved it from Burgess Bastou then submitted his repo t for the past year As follows to the to Home wok ooh Lomen have the Honor to submit to you the following report Lor the year ending March eighteen arrests Tor drunkenness and disorderly x ton arrests breach of the 2 5t fourteen arrests for 19 50 Oue arrest discharging 11 re Bor Ough ivc arrests for Hist driving and drunk no arrest for violation of 5 Ord be violation be arrest violation on arrests on suspicion of incan diarist itty Levu licenses 75 Wenty building pavement Aji itt Street line thirteen permits of knows a Good thing correspondent in his trib Une topics saturday alludes thus kindly to our recent eclipse of cobwebs by specimens of homemade Art the Walls of the editorial depart ment of the Hekala hav Ebem handsomely frescoes with Large and Sumell Sale artistically Aud Well got ton up in the Job room of that prosperous they Are Well arranged in different colors and present an interesting Anil instructive pro gramme of the Umno sales which will take place this Spring among the farm ers and others in this sections and aside from beautifying the Sanctum of the editor and Uff Ordintz subjects of thought for the Many Carrier boys who congregate there in the afternoon awaiting the first use Tipton mined Only by use Tipton Coal mined Only by 70 this amount has been deposited As co loot irom time to time with Cor Jugh Kichard chief Bills were read and orders granted As follows r y Rone g us Ami water 180 Homo electric Light for 04 Tor Neptune 200 citizens Firo 33 80 1042 Neptune fire 12 50 3 22 de 7 80 Grant 2 17 homies 1 01 John 1 70 82 Al Lulu 1 00 Geo 3 60 Joseph 3 07 60 15 Iti eks 100 00 Tyrone fuel Ami Supply so a petition was received from citizens of the new addition to the fourth Ward asking for pavements on col fax Aud Jackson on petition was Laid on table until after the Spring Burgess Beaston thanked the members for their support Given him during the year and Council then adjourned sine administered the oath of office to Cauncil Meneleck Stine Aud soil who with to and Lanners will constitute the Council this chief Burge select upon being re Quested to take the oath of his in a Brief address surprised the he stated that a had not sought nomination nor election As Burgess that in his opinion there should be a salary of per month attached to the office and that unless Council would vote a reasonable salary to he would not consent to be sworn Caldwell then retired from the the oath was next administered to assistant the new Council organized by Choos ing Rudolph Gingrich temporary chair on motion Gingerich was elected permanent chairman Aud Taylor was reelect and other officers were elected As follows Hicks and Gates treasurer chief of Street commissioner and Jaunito of Council chamber Bor Dougli on motion of the chair men of the various Comus Teea were elected by leu Vine the chairman of Council to appoint the other members of the the committee chairmen were elected us follows High Mocanu Lazuers Public Stine Mccann Haagen Light and Gingrich fire de Burley Oak Wood private moved that the salaries of All Borough Burgess remain the same As last Lanners moved that the regular meetings be held on the first monday of each month acc the same hour As former on motion of Lan Council set the last saturday of provided weather shall be fax for holding the Spring inspection from the fire department presented the nominations made for chief in Waple first cams second the nominations were con Council the outgoing and incoming officers end members having dispatched their gathered around the Festal Board at the Boyer discussed a palatable in a pleasant social the next two hours were thus whiled and Harmony Aud Good feeling marked the following is the list of committees of Borough Council for the ensuing the chairmen were elected by Council it the meeting monday the remaining members were appointed by president Gingrich Public Light and fire private Tyrone steam Tyrone a much needed institution in Thresha prof a steam it was started last week and gives employment to even the motive Power is furnished by a ten horsepower engine and driving a washing with a capacity of so shirts per Day a Kroner with a capacity of 500 shirts 1500 collars and cuffs per Day a band Kroner searching machine and two dampening presses of like situated in the Boecking Corner of Juniata and Logan it is convenient for All our and should be a very successful Veat the management is and the Branch offices to be established together with the local will soon More room and there is to reason Why it should not Bea great successes Well As an accommodation to the Dunkle is proprietor and the editor Herald very much that the article i regret in your columns seems to deny the right of reply to who has been personally attacked and that when 150 Miles the vile abuse which seems so perfectly natural for Pinkerton to indulge he would not have dared to write had i been still resident in Aud condescending to reply to i will be hippy at any time to come to Tyrone and before an unprejudiced jury sustain every charge i have made against him pertaining to his fitness As a Public trusting that a sense of Justice will Grant me the privilege of saying this yours March ton Smiths great fort nine years dating from monday a Snow four feet in depth and it was general All Over Penu Aud since has been spoken of As the great when at Ull men the then a lad of managed to Wade through or under it to his teachers Only to find that there would be no school that in the afternoon one of the Large lads took him As it would have been impossible to get Back the Snow furnished Good sledding till the Middle of com sums and of Arden celebrated their Woollan wedding on thursday there were sixty persons Aud it was a Grood a splendid supper was provided after which the Young people pair Togipa Ted in a dance on the Burn music being furnished by Jacobs the genial couple were the recipients of Many Aud Ingdon Tii Inu Only by Myers

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