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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania The Tyrone May Twenty sixth capital our at the nation no Cut vital was a newsy letter May Democrat the democratic majority of accusing one National the House the House committee on foreign affairs of and meanness was Odd but that is precisely what representative Amos Cummines of new referring to that committees action in consolidating the Mission to Denmark with that to Switz in a Short speech in favor of an amendment offered by representative of dimming said i want to rebuke this House for the spirit of parsimony exhibited in the Endeavor to consolidate the danish and swedish this Bill so far As concerns those is an insult to of our scandinavian the committee on foreign affairs has done injustice not Only to the people of which nation is but to our sister republics of South again i want to rebuke this it Means Virtuel legislating in favor of the Rich against the for by reducing the salaries of ministers and the offices Are placed in the hands of plutocrats and taken from the honest labor ing or professional i Appeal to the House not to place this government in a portion where it will be regarded by All countries As the miser of the to the consternation of cheese a resin chief and his followers in the Peanut ring of the adopted posts the misunderstanding concerning the congressional appropriation to Aid the citizens of Washington to entertain the members of the 11at the coming National Encampment is being cleared if the let for having opposed it without understand ing it which Are coming to the commit tee in from All be Ilioiu of lie country relict no intelligent who sees or reads the proceedings of will fail to agree with to Pialur Reeds statement that the present is u laughing Stock for gods and some people Are hard to prank Hatton has uncovered that in agreeing it the arbitration of the Behring sea question Var have been partly partly and Al the discovery conic or a Little hut it shows Hatton to in his own a greater statesman than the president or any member of the which approved the arbitration treaty without a dissenting or any member of the which ratified the treaty by a unanimous it of pos sible that halt May see deeper and know More about this question than any of those who Oll scially approved of but it is More probable that his digestive organs have been working badly and have caused him to look upon life in for the being As a he has had similar attacks in the Harrison is Well enough to sit up a portion of each but she has not yet been Able to leave her the democratic members of the House number just 67 More than quorum of that but so Many of Thorn Are constantly away from their seats that the cry of no quorum is becoming very and of into it is no exaggeration to say that far More time has been wasted in Calls of the House than has been consumed in transacting and the worst of Tho matter is that a majority of the when some of their More sensible col leagues have proposed ways and Means of putting a Stop to the seem to regard the whole Matt r As a a far major of chillicouie1 and a prominent member of major general Hancocks staff during the spent saturday in Tyrone As a guest of the Empire House and during his visit related several interesting personal experiences of the late unpleasantness to mine Daughenbau Iiga and a a Skald major while on a detached duty in the Shenandoah was captured and started for Richmond per Box car Over the Virginia Central the train took a siding to let a special Paas and while All the others were watching the passing train the major dropped off into some dense and was left when the train to prevent escape Aud Mark the prisoners their and Coats had been and being in this condition and hungry he entered i Small country store near the Young Man tending there said tone a and i shall have to give you the major being some 0 feet 4 inches in and be tween the clerk and the said he did not guess that and remarked he needed a hat and some crackers and the voting Man you Are bigger than i help the major did so and started for Union lines some thirty Miles up the expecting to be pursued and re captured on the Iri Foi Inion of his late but he As that youth was a unionist in his in or about two years major Wallace was Exchange officer at and while making a Selec Tion of Felt his coat pulled and saw a Feve Stucken who asked if Wallace remembered on getting a negative reply the prisoner 1 am that store clerk gave you that and mid explained it Luid been drafted ind the major getting per Mission from tiie Lii former Factor w tired ind nursed Back to Young Man whose name stash Aid settled in at which still this is but single instance of the kindly huge perhaps see the Btu rus of congressional elections will find that the people who sent them Here to attend to legislative duties have put the joke on them by electing a Republican majority to the next senators Manderson and paddock addresses Tho Nebraska stae Llepun Wien association of this this evening Secretary a Friend to perfectly satisfied that the name of Only one presidential candidate would be presented to the Minneapolis Conven 1 Aud that the nomination would be made by during the last Congress a United howl went up from the entire demo cratic press because speaker heed or 1 dered the doors to to locked in order to keep a quorum on the floor of the and of was loudly applauded by the same press for kicking one of the Crisp locked the door of the House for the same Pur pose the other enough the attempt of the political miss Nancy to get Exoa Gressman Allen in hot water by charging in with having solicited contributions of the Republican National committee from Federal officeholders was a Flat the department of Justice investigated charge and found it entirely new improvement in the engineering Doport ment at Tho Tyrone paper the March of improvement goes steadily Onward at the Large Plant of the Morrison Cass paper an Industry to which every citizen of Tyrone can Well Point with last week a Herald reporter in his quest for a tour through the various departments of the Plant which Are concerned in furnishing the motive the tour was an interesting and the questions which were put in regard to the vast were kindly answered by our who has lately been engaged As chief Engineer for the and under whose management Many Radical changes in his particular department being Tow feature that arouse 1 particular interest was the new boiler House at the North end of the the old House at this end is in course of Ahan Dorment and Large boilers which have Good service in the past but Are now will he consigned to the dignity of four Large double deck made by Bates of which were part of the equipment of the have teen reset in the new on these Are live feet in to keep them Are six new single six six riches in diameter and sixteen the Olive it Raiichi the entertainment Given by this society Friday evening in primers facade was a decided and was another example of the ability of tyrones Home Talent furnish excellent the programme opened with a choral by the followed by a Trio for two violins and Beyer and and the fac numbers received Hearty applause and were beautifully the met selection was a recitation by miss us grateful Tiit of is of Ishill Btij we cordially invite each Momber of the association and to be present it our gospel meeting next sunday at Sis we expect to offer so nine music in connection with the regular As an orchestra has been organized to assist in each sabbaths since thu last Issue we have a of lockers placed in Tho bathroom As a receptacle for gymnasium come get a suit an 1 rent a let us keep the wheels in please dont forget the rooms if the Days and evenings Are pleasant Call around even if your stay is Short As this greatly Enyou Nigus use seven new members Ivy lived during april making a total of to chickens As Gold the Chicken raising Industry is Likely to have a Boom in Montana a citizen of in that who killed a rooster for dinner the other Day found several nuggets of Gold in its crop and he at once staked out Aljaim on the thirty one remaining members of his Hock and began mining the result of this operation had a Cash value of the successful Miner is now buying up All the chickens can find and setting them to work scratch for their Altor a Long fresh applicant is there any opening Here for a Bright Young Man senior proprietor can you do applicant very take my chair Here and me How to run this Busi Ness on a profitable weve been waiting fort years for us to be a a Miku for an Why Doest somebody invent a Ine Pei Sive framing material of Wood which could be put together at Home Ami used to Frame As Many pretty Little pictures that Are hardly Worth the expense which sending to the Franier would entail r1 new York a a Vita veal hox made a proposal to me last night Ila you Are in she proposed that i spend my even Ings a she expected soon to become have an unpaid mayor some of Hunting dons bicycles will be called upon to swell the boroughs exchequer unless they cease running their wheels on the Hunt Ingdon a Collet Coffee groups make a Good filling for a put them in a bag and hang behind the stove until they do not lust the feet made at the it Amburg Foi Indra and machine at the lower end of the is the second boiler where six boilers Are now in position and two double Deckers from the of House will be with the new arrangement and new the Morrison Cass paper company has a total of about 1800 horse Power in four massive wet Lull a number of smaller receive their impetus from the steam sent from this Galaxy of Gran is engaged at present in simplifying the connections of the boilers and steam fixtures throughout he the new arrangement will be Roro efficient and More the least possible number of pipes Vil be two or three pipes often being replaced by and every ire will lip to reclaim and utilize steam that might otherwise be wasted u the the great study of the Day manufacturing establishments now s How to reclaim the largest possible i mount of present and Gran is rapidly bringing his depart to such a Point that the escaping of steam from och Trust pipes will be a thing of he past at the Tyrone paper a Busy portion of things Are quite Lively just now in the Vicinity of the new methodist on the Corner of Colfax and eighteenth Lemuel Kerlin is pushing the work of plastering the new Church building with his characteristic on Tho Corner diagonally William Grazier has a Force of men and teams at work excavating for the foundation of a Large Brick to be erected North of the on Colfax Ward Stonebraker will soon begin the erection of a comfortable Frame dwelling for his own James a Little farther North of Tho same is preparing to put up a band some picket Fence in front of his Resi Dence and to Lay a Good Hayes i Stonebraker is getting ready to Lay his citizens residing on eighteenth of Tho Are contemplating similar improve Gibson is it the present moment engaged in adding improve ments to his residence which materially improve its East of the at the Corner of eighteenth and Hamlin Harry cassly will be Gin at once the erection of a Frame dwelling for his own he having purchased two very lots recently of George in the rear of Cassidy of Lamlin the lot occupied by Louisa Givler is being enclosed with a paling Whilo the Fence which has so Long stood across hum Iii Street has been opening that of Shioji on Trio of one of the suburbs of the town had a narrow escape from a terrible he had imbibed too freely of the ardent and about eleven Oclock he started to reel taking the shortest he passed through the Railroad and while reeling along he was overcome by Tho of drink and fell insensible to his perilous position directly on the East a Short limn a train came along on the West track and the trainmen saw him lying asleep on the and supposed another unfortunate had met his the Drunken win was removed from his precarious position aul was started Home by a safer if the train had been on the East track nothing would have saved him from Maggie entitled the felons it was a splendid subject Well handled and Well miss Sara Owens next Sang open thy lat Tice and was liberally rewarded by the applause Given the vocal sour grapes by miss Mary copelin and Waring was beautifully rendered and won the Praise of the the next number was a recitation the widow i Light by Misi Bertha Scott it was Wel rendered and merited the plaudits the violin Fau Taisie Brillia Tite by which was the next was fully tip to his usual Solo Aud secured the Hearty applause of the the duet Cion the Moonlit Stream by the misses copelin and Calderwood was next and the close blending of their voices greatly enhanced the very pretty miss Mildred Bouse followed in a Del which it is needless to say was rendered in her usual faultless the duet Gypsy countess by Xora and Frank was Well done and merited the Liberal applause an instrumental duet for Harmonica and guitar was the next and Moru ingred and Thomas simply captured the they first played the song that reached my the audience would not be satisfied until an encore sous Emerson Karns next re cited the lied jacket and won Many words of Praise by his excellent Elou tonary the the Fortune by misses copelin and Calderwood and Stewart and Waring was one of the Star numbers of the and evoked much Gilbert now stepped Forward avid closed the program by singing excels song quit your after the last number refreshments were served and every one United the evening was a most enjoyable thrown from a on saturday afternoon of started to drive to Tyrone with horse and buggy for her husband who is engaged As superintendent of klines photocopying House when near Vail station the horse frightened at a reel in use by a number of Long distance Telephone linemen working and indulged in a Runoff daring which the buggy was the Avn him Council in to Gulnor Street to be All the members were present at the regular monthly meeting of Borough Council monday Mccann re ported that the work on Juniata Street is almost thai about four extra cars of ballast had been sent the Highway Corn Mitt and to avoid demurrage this ballast had been placed on main Street below he also reported Crossings on Bald Eagle Street Over Herald and Ridge streets Jacobs submitted a bid of ninety five cents for removal of As it is doubtful whether they could be sold at that the matter was referred to the Highway committee for on motion of Burley that committee was instructed to any pavements at once on the West Side of Cameron Street North of Matthews collecting costs according to John Hiller asked Council to fix the Gutter on Clearfield Street so that he could Lay pavement As and the Highway committee will View the Seeger asked Council to open Harvey out to stating that he Wouch donate Twenty feet of his prop the m tier was deferred one John norms slated that the water from the sewer at Woods property of Spring Street runs against his property causing much on motion of the Street commissioner was instructed to have die sower Cut off and expense charged to Stine reported that the Coal House at the Public building had been repair and Street commissioner Snyders report of tools on hand was chairman Mccannon finance committee stated that the taxes were not coming Mas rapidly As they should and the Borough is without ready or of sanitary reported in his department in Good chairman Gingrich reporter Progress in regard to water pipes or main to Grace on motion o Burley the Street commissioner was instructed to have a four foot crossing Laid on the West Side of Logan Street a1 Lanners the treasurers report was read As follows to tub chief Buix Cess to Linen 1 herewith present my report Iron March to Date to in 38 to Simon no received from is 0 00 to amount recent Vail from Jno acct 5 00 to amount received from collector Bor 300 00 to big Laius glue vow 07 toppled Over Aud its upon the occupant thrown the workmen Rosi and Portland Cement on had we picked up the lady who was fortunately not severely Rollman then luckily insisted upon coming to Tyrone As her husband was expecting and she boarded a Wagon to which the Deia pirated buggy was also attached and continued on the Aud Zollman went Home that evening in the Charley Ziaus since Charley Nau has been living at Tyrone he has been prospering Abund to left Here about two years ago and opened a restaurant in that his business grew so rapidly that he has found it necessary to open up a lit class his new hotel is fitted up in Good style and he can furnish meals and boarding for a the last session of court granted him liquor License and he la right in the we Are glad to hear of his a Bellefonte demo Era t Murri Uil at a quiet wedding took place last wednesday at near the b file was miss Adelina daughter of Linus of and the was Joseph night clerk it the Lochiel har Lewars performed the and Lursh have already taken up their residence in Harrisburg which City will be their permanent the Herald joins their Large Circle of mends in Best the Charm of the Charm of a Home is in the at it is an indescribable some thing which is made up of tints Aud a blending of soft Beauty must be United with Utility and nothing should be too Good to this makes a House appear to have been made for the com fort of the and not the occupants to take care of the and to keep it in shouts 35 by orders s by a onions 5 3 respectfully Borough May Morris asked Council to repair the Alley Between properties of d Stewart and Burley estate on Lincol suggesting stepping stones wit intervening Council i attend to the As to the Reques of Boecking for a raise of Grade at his property Corner of Logan and Juniata Council met on the ground at Oclock tuesday evening then moved that main Stre t to named Broad but Harden and Urley were the Only in the of Rativo and the motion was councilman Smith Here secured the Voorand moved that the new name be Pennsylvania the motion was Oak Smith and Stino voting and Cringle voting Burley had so persistently the minority that when the Call on e next motion Lander him on the Jorty he had just reason for a de after the name of Login venue was Burley loved that the Nair of Spring be dropped and Washington Avenue be the a Ignatiou of the Railroad Street As veil As the West Tyrone thus extending Washington Avenue from the Vest Borough line to the Railroad he motion Stine and Gingrich Vot no Aud Oak Wood Mccann voting Lincoln and Cameron avenues will Etain their present the com Pittee the name of Bligh Ancl for Henry but Surveyor Henry advised Council that there is 1 ready a Street of that Burley elated at his most recent noved that Henry Street be called Quay Haages and Lanners favored this motion but the five members vote no and it was Oak Woods motion that this Street he called Jefferson Avenue was hurried Belmont Avenue will retain it present Park Avenue and Franklin properly one Are to be known As Park Avenue Stine moved that coif a Street be re dubbed Columbia Avorine and the motion was carried Smith and lanus favored hanging Clay to Madison Avenue but the motion and Hamilton and Clay remain As at present Mccann Roveil that the Legal committee and the solicitor should pre pare an ordinance adopting the system of Wouten cloture approved chairman Lanners appointed saturday evening of this the Inee inst of this at the solicitors motion Itiat a Commilee be appointed to submit a plan for num Bering the houses was carried and the chair appointed and Stine a this Council then a Kail Rouil about four Oclock sunday after Cabin 90204 in charge of an Easl bound Coal were Given the red at end of the Block and stopped just above Tyrone the flagman immediately started but before going far engine drawing a heavy mixed in and by conductor Houcks came Down the Grade at a rapid Pace Aud crashed into the Ca Boose of the Coal lifting if up on ear Aud badly demolishing the three rear cars Engineer Fleck and fireman Schaef of saw the approaching collision after reversing the engine and sanding the they jumped from 75 to 100 pounds also Chio Keus and at the Ward to View the Oak Wood moved that tie Secre tary be instructed to notify the chief Burgess to Render a monthly report of the business of his office of motion the Highway committee was in to use the porters Stiles lots in re pairing Alley Bills were read and orders granted As follows from sort shirk Ous and co Homo Klecic Light co if 37 00 575 in 4 28120 Mil i Snail or Henry k Taylor 51 43 10 00 15 urns 10 is the important matter of the designation of the streets claimed the Atten Tion of the councilmen during the remainder of the Mccarr opened the discussion by moving that All streets running North and South be called avenues and Bear distinctive them was a Little and the motion was Oak Tannors and Smith voting and Burley and Gingrich voting the various names were then taken up Harvey Street was renamed a Bilge Avenue and Oil vent becomes Woodland Burley voting no Bald Eagle Aud Blair were Tho committees recommendation that main Street be known As Pennsyl Vania Avenue had almost slipped through without discussion when solicitor Hicks suggested that the name is contended that the name of main should but the majority was Agio and it was very fortunate for them As several cars were piled right up against the the Lank was thrown Bottom up on track one o the cars wrecked was loaded with and canned and Tho lard getting smeared Over the made the wheels of the locomotives drawing mail and limited slip around at a rapid Pace when they passed the wreck on 2 As this latter track was really open All the time trains were very Little interfered the Spruce greek wreck com fenced work about five and Huntingdon and Altoona a ivs about an hour and by Midnight All the debris cleared Tho Beautiful afternoon combined with the caused a Large Nuoi Bei of people to walk up to the and the Hill and warehouse Box cars were literally covered with inter ested the total damage was five Coal one Box a caboose and All badly the Bullet of the morning of the 10th James a was accidentally shot by a fellow craftsman named at his boarding House on Green the Ball struck the Cheek a downward lodged Over the palate of Hla after the Dent he was removed to the at which place he has teen since in an Uncertain shortly 1 Oclock saturday Maya the be experienced a great feeling of Relief when the Ball of its own dropped from his was a thirty two much Aad looked

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