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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania One by March it in 1h5mokest medal the opinion of the judges miss Nora i buyer wins the Sitter the Academy of music was Comfort ably filled by a very appreciative Audi saturday the orchestra opened with a Medley and after the applause the curtain was runs seated in a hollow were the and in All those who were to participate in the after a prayer by May Ewing re cited the cry of Bertha Scott followed with the martyred a vocal Trio came and was very nicely Sung by the misses copelin and Calderwood and prank Jennie Bouse next recited a charming the Bugle is Milly Bookhammer then gave two a piano Tannhauser next came the Beautiful recitation a voice from the Given by Nora following Laura Beyer humorously the deacons sunday school which completed the list of contesting the orchestra interfered at this and vainly endeavoured to secure some applause by a pretty Little Sammy Crabtree came and after his speech the people applauded to the Maggie Owens next gave a charming impersonation of the peasant a vocal by Annie Scott and Mary Reiley was very nicely the next number was an in the Indian girl by miss Mildred it is needless to it was magnificently rendered and merited the vociferous applause once More the orchestra essayed a coming through the Rye a clarinet Solo by George and he was rewarded by several next followed a piano duet Birds of Para by Beyer and the three disinterested persons unknown to contestants and now announced their de cission through the president of the Daniel who came Forward and very gracefully distributed the miss Nora was awarded the Jennie Bouse secured the second a volume of Moores poems and each of the other contestants received a remembrance this ended a very pleasant As Well As a successful venture while some of the contestants May be a Little disappointed at the it can be truthfully said that each one seemed almost perfect and All Are entitled to the Heartiest prom pm Olsberg to the third tour in this popular Golden Gate under the personal escort of the Pennsylvania leaves Pittsburg March space in the palatial Pullman Vestibule com posed of smoking and observation is being taken up very this particular in charge of a tourist agent and runs directly West via Kansas Colorado Side trip Over mar shall Glen Wood Springs and Salt Lake City thence the train will Speed for the Pacific where four weeks will be spent in the rate from Pittsburg is the fourth end last tour leaves april 20th a the worlds fair Colorado with a Side rip Over Marshall Glenwood and Salt Lake tourists May return independently within six rate from a turning via direct and via application for space and itinerary should be made to Passen Ger Western Penn Sylvania Pennsylvania f Wilson interviewed by a Nev York mull and express the following from thursday even Ings new York mail and shows that tyrones influential politicians Are eagerly sought out by the vigilant reporter when they indulge in trips to the Metropolis John of an influential is at the fifth Avenue he understands the political situation in the Keystone in his opinion president Harri son is stronger with the people than any other and will be re nominated and a mail and express Man asked him about the senatorial situation in the and was Given his As follows congressman is a candidate for seat and has a Strong the Sena Tor is also working to succeed he Lias been a Long time in politics and has the advantage of his id All probability he will succeed since a Democrat has been elected governor of the the republicans have perhaps become More United and determined to win in the a bold a daring burglary was committed on saturday at the store of Jenny to Mccann the employees left the store at ten leaving every thing apparently secure but its Veryln key the Back window was not As an was secured without any apparent Force being a like Jet left Bimi Ift in the helped the robbers once the rest they proceeded to the Money drawer on the North and took there was another containing nearly w on the but they overlooked none of the was the work was train is jibe showing pretty done Amadou or who fact found in the drawer that Filey the levers being worn Stant committed 8how Biu Attoh by smooth by con the robbery was certainly sometime during saturday As Mccann went in the store sunday morning to get some and then discovered the it is to be looped these Petty robberies will be nipped in the As they Gen capital on regular correspondent at the Natt Otia capital has a newsy letter March Sherman is chairman of the Senate committee on foreign which makes his opinion on the Behring sea matter entitled to great and his Well known conservatism in matters re lating the foreign policy of this government makes it certain that every word he utters for publication has been carefully thought he said i regard the treaty now pending with the highest it is honorable to both it is exam pie of arbitration which ought to be adopted in every controversy Between two countries bound by so Many ties As great Britain and the United a or even them for a cause so trivial As one years fishing for mrs Elleu Ellen wife of John died at her Home on Lincoln Avenue at Oclock wednesday about seven years ago her health began to fail and she had not been Well since that on tuesday she suddenly suffered a partial Over her left Side and gradually Sank from that time until her deceased was born at Centre fur near november and was married to John Hall Rumary six children were of which number Only two tire Harry of and of Allegheny and Hall moved to Tyrone from october that time they have made hosts of Hall was a consistent and faithful member of the methodist and was zealous in All Good work connected with the the funeral services took Friday at two Oclock in the at the methodist ment in Tyrone the watch is a health protector a watch is useful in a number of ways besides Mere time in a civilized Community its value As a Compass is not very but a Man travelling about and occupying strange Beds can protect himself from pneumonia by its if there is a suspicion of Damp about the Lay the watch Between them and either read or s Noke for a then take out the watch and if there is any film or Mist on the Glass dont go to if you sleep Between the which Are never hundreds of commercial and especially men past youth or Middle age take this precaution and profit considerably died at Arch Robert one of sinking Val Leys oldest and most respected died tuesday March after an illness of two born in sink ing september 10 the de ceased was aged 87 5 months and 28 surviving him Are his wife and eleven who Are Joseph Mary Nancy and residing at the old Homestead Robert and living near of and Blair and of two of and of Arch his funeral took place from his late residence thursday afternoon at 1 inter ment in the Arch Spring great mistake made by the republicans was in not nominating Hastings for governor in place of the general would have been elected by a Large majority and the prestige of really occur in Bunches a first Success seeming to make the robbers bolder and and a change in the combination of tills would be a very Wise precaution just place after inter from the Blue grass correspondent Caldwell notes in the Tribune that last wednesday there was unloaded at this station fresh from the Stock farm at where they had been recently purchased the following celebrated horses Bay by Baron dam Carrie Wilkes by George Wilkes the dam of Wilkes Russel Bay gelding combined Saddle and Racks and trots Bay wad Mare quite speedy and one of the Best pole mares in the Billy c Chestnut four year sixteen hands by Robert dam by second dam by a producing son of this horse is a perfect picture of his sire and is extra gaited and he will make the season of 1892 at the farm of George Blair near this Whittler the Whittier lyceum met on Friday in room being called to order by president Cecil after the Reading of the minutes by the Secretary a very pleasing program con sisting of select was carried the subject for debate was had the revolutionary War Darker Days than the late civil War v judges decided in favor of the affirmative Centre to unload the Bellefonte objects to Centre county furnishing any material for our exploited new in this language a Tyrone special to the Philadelphia record says that people of that hustling Railroad town Are anxious to have a new county formed with Tyrone As the seat of such a move coming right on the heels of the recent political fight up that Way looks rather we dont care How soon it is but were sure they cant have any of Centre to form it our people Are too Well satisfied with the Good democratic Rule they Are candidates at a meeting of the Lincoln Republican club at Altoona thursday night the following candidates were endorsed for for John legion for Register and Lee the Lincoln club has a Large membership comprising the coloured voters of they take an enthusiastic interest in the advancement and Wel fare of the Republican party and As will be noted from their action last week they show Good judgment in the selection of candidates for their in narrowly missed Hoover Hughes the contract ors and builders of came within of being the lowest bidders for the erection of the Pennsylvania state building at the worlds their estimate waa As against that of a Philadelphia firm which was for As All the bids were above the amount appropriated for that purpose the architect has been instructed to change some of the Interior so that the new bids can be made to come within the have tyrones the same spirit the Huntingdon news notes an encouraging sign of the As follows i will give towards improving the roads in this said a doctor in this who is obliged to travel of horseback through the if every body had the same Public spirit it would not be Long until the roads would be As Good in Spring As they Are in use tiptoe mined Only by gov Pattison would not be great enough to name him among the presidential candidates in his did the election of Pattison Hurt the Republican party to and extent in the state time has proven that un3er the circumstances it was better to elect a in every election in the state since Delamater was Defeated for governor the republicans have won by Large it is a healthy sign in the party when it is Able to sustain defeat through for in its own and yet get together stronger than the people in the state have their eyes on Hastings and i expect to see him governor in the near the National election with president Harrison at the head of the will show a majority in Pennsylvania of Over or no one can deny that the present administration is one of the Best since their aeon the great Abraham they flew thursday one might have seen several moving with Uncertain from tree to Post or in fact grab Bing any intr which would Stop their headlong and Start them on another this brisk West wind brought much Ozone and exhilaration to but to a couple it brought much about eleven one of our valiant guardians of the saw an individual making much and in a few moments and strike his head on the running up he found the Man in bad and calling a together they carried him into a Public House near when it was discovered the mans Cork leg was he revived and getting Bis toes turned Forward once More he started he didst get far before he encountered another a Little the worse for the and together they created enough noise to warrant their when escorted to that hospitable House known As the Coop they didst like it very and the Cor legged guest set fire to his blankets fortunately it was discovered and quenched before any damaged was Burgess Caldwell called next morning to pay his respects and his genial Man Ner induced Oue prisoner to pay him in return the other could not find and was sentenced to continue a guest of the Borough for forty eight to lie the citizens of mount Union Are showing considerable Zoal in their efforts to raise funds to rebuild the chair lately destroyed by a week and Only a few Days after the a meeting of citizens was a plan of organization agreed upon and subscriptions it was decided to form a Stock company with a capital of and within a week has been there is scarcely any doubt but that the full amount will be last year the works cleared Over 16 per cent on a capital of and it is claimed that the Plant would have cleared 25 per cent this As it had just lately been put in condition for conducting a prosperous the Defrehn Are practical chair makers and they found ready Sale for their in fact they claim that they could have readily found a Market for double the work that they were Able to the new works will be erected More substantially and of greater Joseph is and otherwise improving his Juniata Street and when finished it will be one of the finest stores in Telephone within a year the first Lon distance Telephone line will be completed Between Chicago and new before then it is expected that every one of the More than eight thousand telephones in Chicago will be replaced with Copper met relic circuit by the use of any sound can be transmitted for thousands of Miles with perfect these improvements will Cost the american Bell Telephone company and its auxiliary corporations several Mil Lions of the work of building the first line in new York across the continent was begun several months without following the route of any the line has been built straight across the its Western terminus is now at from which Point it will be pushed rapidly Westward to chicagoan another transcontinental line a pro in fact already which will pass through Pittsburg and reach Chicago by another Well bred in noting the arrival Here a few Days ago of a number of horses recently purchased in the West by George Blair the Altoona Tribune types became rather mixed in describing the and the list As there noted was copied into this the Correct list is As follows Bay by Baron by dam Carrie by George the dam of Wilkie Russell Bay combined Saddle and harness Ofay Road Speed a and one of the Best pole mares in the Billy four years sixteen Robert Mcgregor Damby second dam by a producing son of this horse will fit and for the season of 1892 at the farm of George Blair near we Emall the Huntingdon news brings the state Constitution to its Aid in objecting to the formation of a new county Constitution forbids any new county being formed that will reduce the counties from which it is proposed to form the new one to less than Twenty thousand population nor can any new county line be nearer than Twenty Miles from any county we think if the new county of Tyrone is formed now it will take a very Small slice off old Mother it May same Day riot another the Altoona Independent goes the Williae Isburg advocate one Bette Faud Tyrone one in the following an Effort to form a new county with Tyrone As the county seat will at the next session of the legislature it will be pans of and we can part with to advertised advertised letters for the week ending misses Ellie k Wattle Lydia Shugart Ida May Hartley Emma eded Richard Van Joseph tue Comman Miln the grand army of the major George few remedies Are better known in this Vicinity than Suu pour bitters their Sale has been very general throughout this and the number of reliable and Well attested cases of beef local results and recovery by their is Large and beyond use Tipton Coal mined Only by would be a crime against civilization it May be unpleasant and ungraceful for great Britain to resist by her ships and sailors the reckless acts of a few of her for whose conduct lord Salisbury disclaims All but we Are under no such restraint and Are Able to prevent such poaching of rights that we purchased of and which Russia and the United state8 have openly asserted and enjoyed for one Hundred the last sentence states the position of the adm Nistra it will Stop poaching if it takes every vessel in our Navy to do Grea Britain May help if she wishes o interfere if she Secretary Blaine continues to improve but it is probable that he will g South for awhile before resuming i senator Hill do snot go South in a very cheerful Frame of As he fears a trap is being set to make him say whether he is for or against free some of his friends in con Gress say that personally he favors but owing to the almost Una i Mous sentiment of his he will probably vote against it when it comes up in the they say also that be is willing to Promise not to veto it should he be elected president and the Bill pass both houses of the next con he need not worry himself about the next Congress or the next presi Dency As he will hardly be in the goer missioner of patents is in no Way to blame for the circular Jetter he has been compelled to Issue notifying those who do business with he office that owing to Lacu of room for the Stor age and arrangement of printed copies of patents he finds it impossible to fur Nish such copies until additional room is the aggravating and embarrassing As to Manu inventors and owners of Pat is but the logical outcome of the steadily increasing business of the Patent year after year Jon Gress has been asked to provide for room for this Branch of the but has neglected to do Oue fourth of the which stands to the credit of the Patent office in tha Treasury would obviate All trouble for a Genera and it would but be allowing that office to spend a part of what it has earned Over and above its operating postmaster general Wanamaker is More strongly in favor of the establish ment of a postal Telegraph system than and he has had Bills providing therefor introduced in both House and representative Oates of has by a Bill which discounts the Alliance sub Treasury it provides for the issuing of to each of the congressional districts of the for the Pur pose of enlarging the National banking the presidents proclamation of retaliation against Honduras and Venezuela for having neglected or declined to negotiate reciprocity agreements with the United under the Mckinley Law will probably be issued in accordance with the official warning Given several months ago to those the proclamation if restore the duty on a number of including sugar Auto from those to what it was previous to the enactment of the my Kubley a convention composed of the Post masters of 44 of our largest which was in session Here a few Days made some very important recommendations for among which May be an endorsement of the Bill now before Congress placing paper covered books in the third class and also the Bill restricting the distribution of Sample copies of newspapers at Pound and the following concerning second class mail no news papers with less than one Hundred sub scribers shall be regarded As Bona fide de subscriptions be regarded As Bona fide shall for n it less than 3 month for 6 months for monthlies and one year for one of these concerning advert tigers paying for be fought hard if it gets before the Charle simmer riddles opera House was comfortably filled monday by the members and friends of this flourishing Organiza the exercises opened with sing followed by prayer by the chaplain then came a charming duet by John Ukkerd and miss accompanied on the guitar by Ernest after several reports has been and some other minor Burness attended the event of the evening was a mock the Randal was accused of stealing a but his actor Charles claimed that the plaintiff had bought horse originally from defendant for being Cash and As a mortgage on the animal and As the mortgage had not been his client simply took his own property by fore the District then made an eloquent attack asserting that he took the horse by the a strange thing but while he was attorney for the appreciated the Point of the and went Down in the audience securing this roused the ire of the prosecuting who claimed bribery was ram Pant in the the horse was brought into and having been clipped after the had changed its color from to mouse whereupon All the witnesses were declared color during All this George the court had to make a great Deal of noise to drown that of the after the defendants counsel closed the the John made an impressive charge to the jury of four ladies and two and they after i Pine returned a verdict of not thus clo Ineil the Case arid lit Audi Nice proceeded to meander Tiitu Trie cupid March night of their d municipal Coal from shh Juir in of the failure of natural which must come sooner or our people will have to resort to the Means of Coal a its and a Golden Opportunity is offered for a trial of this new our corporation needs Money As do All and Coal can be furnished at nearly still drawing a Revenue from the thousands of dollars which might be made by private con Cerns could be turned into the exchequer of the Borough for use in Public in and thus return Benefit to those who paid the or in other words reduce taxation which must come in Case of any Public municipal ownership is not a new thing by any Means and where Ever it has been tried works to the number of men would find employment and the people would obtain Coal at a much reduced the scheme is worthy the notice of All who will be directly interested and we Are sure it will be i paying Sample copies should be wrapped singly and have Sample copy stamped there on subscriptions to newspapers shall not be regarded As legitimate when paid for by advertisers in directly or and sent to parties designate court among the motions and petition i presented and business disposed of at the March session of court at loll Days Burg were the following Hicks petition of 101 of 115 taxable inhabitants of East Tyrone Borough to annul the Borough charter was referred to the grand the petition of a majority of the free holders of East Tyrone Borough for annexation of the territory comprised within the limits of said Borough to the adjacent Borough of was referred to the grand Bond of Daugherty tax collector of Tyrone Borough in the sum of was Caldwell and love were appointed viewers for two Bridges across Elk in Tyrone Sale of the real estate of Augustus late of Tyrone by John Patter the trustee to Charles Hench for was approved pretty Bead it has been reported to us that to roue and Al toot were quite Lively but a gentleman who spent five Days of last week in those two towns and Only one Day in Bellefonte says that he transacted More business Here than in both the others it seems impossible to occasion dullness in even if we ate defied railroads and Fonte the gentleman was probably engaged n Selling Railroad tickets from Belle the Oculi St will be at Waltons jewelry March v

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