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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 12, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
The Tyrone by May Twenty sixth be at correspondent it the National capital has n newsy letter May Hill is credited with the boldest political scheme Ever attempted in this he if his scheme to become even if he does not receive the nomination from his How by assisting the third party to carry enough states to throw the elec Tion of president into the which he has on two occasions shown himself to be completely master of he prefers to receive the nomination from National convention of his but if he fails to get he Hopes to reach the White House by Way of the not withstanding the Mani fest duty of that in the very unlikely event of its having to elect any to elect the Man who receives the party in Case it so happens that Heither candidate receives a major Ity of the votes cast in the electoral Hill Lias Given up All Hope of the people electing a democratic and is Only struggling for the Nomina Tion because a prefers that the House should follow precedent when it elects him but All the same he intends it shall elect him if he can throw a sufficient number states to the third Carolina is one of the Southern states he is counting on hence his trip to that state next week to throw the election into the it is said that he is securing pledges from members of the House to vote for if Given an whether he be nominated by the Chicago con Venetiou or was a More audacious scheme Ever conceived it but a waste of time on the part of As a majority of the votes in the electoral College unless All present indications Are at be cast for the ticket nominated by the Minneapolis no one enjoyed the circus More than the democratic members of the House whose districts have suffered by reason of the parsimony of representative when a speaker Reed figuratively held Holman up by the Slack of his trousers while he showed the House and the country that the econom ical principles of the Indiana member did not prevent his supporting All appropriations that Are to be expended in his even an item in the River and Harbor Bill which had been adversely reported upon by the United states Engineer in charge of improve ments on the Ohio the Senate committee on Post office and Post roads does not believe with the democratic House that the people wish the postal service to stand still while the country is continually Rushing it believes with postmaster general Wanamaker that what England and other european countries have done can be and ought to be done in the United and while the people in Large cities and towns have their mail delivered at their doors Sev eral times a Day it is but simple Justice that the people residing in the country should have increased facilities for get Ting their mail therefore it has reported an amendment to the Post office appropriation Bill appropriating to enable the postmaster general to continue and extend his free delivery experiments in villages and farming senator Mitchell of that committee says he has every reason to believe that the Senate will adopt this and he thinks the House will if its members will vote As their constituents republicans in and out of it for that Are delighted to know that a Large number of democrats Are coming out from behind the mask of Tariff which they have worn for so Many and Are at last showing themselves in their True colors and unadulterated free representative of who arranged for the publication of Henry Georges free Trade or Protection in the congressional and who is now roping in his democratic colleagues to sending out thousands of copies of that Book in pamphlet form under their personal is the Democrat to whom the republicans Are indebted for this this Book is an argument for free pure and and if Johnson and Bis free Trade friends succeed in their intentions of distributing one million copies of the pamphlet through out the country it will bring such a Protection Tida wave next november As the country has not enjoyed for in a Square fight Between Protection and free Trade with All Side issues at least seven tenths of the voters will be found on the Side of the chinese minister has filed a formal protest with the state department against the new chinese signed by the president last and there Are All sorts of rumours about retaliation contemplated by the chinese but those who ought to know Best place Huttl credence in representative of Tennessee has up set All of the plans of the demo cratic leaders by reviving the Silver question in the says he will this week present to the committee on rules a Pattion signed by More than a major Ity of the democratic asking that a Day be set to vote on tha Bland and that a Rule be reported to pro Hibit not a fish if it haunt rained Friday the Trout season in the Vicinity of Glen Emery along the Tipton Ruu would be ended for Michael Long and the fish editor of the Herald were there armed to the Teeth with everything necessary except it was a pleasant trip notwithstanding the and Between showers the fishermen managed to fill their baskets reasonably full of the speckled As Mike was appointed the committee to Tell folks How Many were caught we Shant take his work upon our shoulders and there fore refrain from giving the a few Little notes of the about fish measuring eleven inches Between the eyes with a jaw that broke a two Inch Slick inserted might be narrated if there were some certainty of the people believing the Lish Engen made at least one important Dis it was John Shively excellent Road in the Vicinity of the Noble Steed which furnished the motive Power really didst know whether he was walking or swimming Over that before the trip began George Reed had promised to buy All the fish caught at the rate of fifty cents a last night he buy them fur fifty cents some of the largest ones would have been on exhibition today if it haunt How Many caught ask base the Board of directors of the Moun Tain league held a meeting in the Pur lors of the Arlington hotel Friday a one Bradley and Thompson represented Clear Field James Mcguire and Fisk Conrad and to president Templeton called the meeting to order and the subject of schedule was brought on motion Templeton and Bradley vere elected a committee to arrange a schedule for the four namely and Belle several other important mat ers received careful be that of keeping order and discipline on the this is Ery important and it was decided to Lold each Home club responsible for the conduct toward visiting the Umpire will be chosen from another own unless it is impossible to secure when the clubs will agree upon an acceptable person to the ump in can also Fine players on the the Fine not to exceed two dollars the same to be deducted from the from All reports the league will be a great Success and will not need the assistance of the handsome and the Largo and elegantly pitted addition to the Ward House Model the Annex to the Ward House is one of the prettiest and Moat comfortable buildings in this the first floor contains four stores handsomely one to be occupied by Bryant As a to sorial establishment and another by the hotel As a billiard the other two Are still Inlet though several parties have applied for the second Story of the Annex is entered by an ornamental stairway from the first floor of the old House and on enter ing you find a Broad on which ten rooms first the ladies parlor d for general and two Bath and toilet one for gentle the other for besides these there Are six Large and airy bed the third floor contains eleven sleep ing two Bath rooms and a Large clothes the fourth floor has twelve sleeping apartments and two Bath and toilet the whole building is carpeted in body except the ladies parlor in which is and the furniture is Rich and there Are ornamental chandeliers to Whiteh the incan descent lights Are so in Case electricity gives there will be just As much Light As is the appearance of the Interior As a whole is very and Tyrone can give As if hotel a commode than any town in Central Penn Mcomber is one of the Best and most popular hotel proprietors in the and has the tact and ability for tie successful management of this handsome hotel with its multiplied a slight the receipts of the Tyrone pos Tollice for the past month of april just were against for the same Mouth last year a decrease of to insure free delivery the receipts for the year beginning april must reach ten thousand or a gain of nearly seven Hundred Dol Lars Over the year closing March the train for the year ending a search 31 was nine Hundred dollars Over those of the previous thus it is evident that it is possible to make the necessary pain the present but it cannot be done without some care and Effort on part of our for in Stamps received by merchants and others by persons at other pos to dices takes away that which should legitimately go into the receipts of the Tyrone instead of the Tyrone office should increase in receipts about sixty dollars per month from now until the end of March to secure the Carrier system to the let the people All take a note of this and be on the buy your Stamps at write More letters and dont Trade goods for Stamps that sire not purchased at your Home get the Cash for them and buy your Stamps prospective free delivery the following Pennsylvania the annual pos Tollice receipts in each of which amounts to More than Are listed As Corning within the provisions of the Senate Bill for the Extension of free delivery of the mails Bryn Oon Sohock Mauch Gettysburg la South West new Sun South Waynes Borough and the Bill is a Good one and should it become a Law Tyrone would at once secure free the Senate has passed the measure but the House is Likely to cheese Are 1 he Fly of the attraction at the Academy of music this thursday evening will be a play that has made for its author and managers More Money than any other of modern it is one out of the usual order of dramatic conceptions and is exempt from the stiffness and stagy effect that usually characterizes dramatic everything is acted out As naturally As if the observer were witnessing an occurrence in real it is the justly celebrated Little lord than which no play of recent years has made a More pronounced or lasting Rosendale and Portland Cement on hardware use Tipton Coal mined Only by a wheel ens there has been some discussion among bicycles Here of late in reference to forming a club in there Are about Twenty live riders who would doubtless join such an and it would be of incalculable bicycle clubs not Only familiarize Mem Bers with the Laws governing but Are an incentive and powerful fac Tor in the improvement of it can truthfully be said that no one thoroughly enjoyed the sport until he took some club and in addition to the benefits in a Riding the organization would familiarize members with the Best ways to keep their wheels in order and form experiences of other riders in club a trip into the surround ing country could be Iii Adu much More easy and there is probably no sport in which it k so necessary to have pointers in regard to Side Short cuts and general information in regard to in sur rounding it is to be hoped the movement will be encouraged and in organization be effected in the very near death of Jacob Jacob an old resident of this died at the Home of his son in on May the deceased was born in Spruce Creek near seven in and when quite Young moved to warriors later he removed to Hollidaysburg where he resided for some for the past few he made his Home with his Boh Frank in Mattern is survived by two Frank and Robert of and five Brothers and three Mattern and Cald this Are the body was brought East and services held at the Home of in saturday at Tea Lawrence at ten minutes of 12 Oclock thurs Day the spirit of Lawrence Stout a resident of the Northwestern Sec Tion of winged its flight to the god who gave the deceased was born at Huntingdon january and was fore aged 32 4 months and 2 Days at the time of his five years ago Corning september he was United in marriage with miss Nettie of near in Huntingdon shortly after marriage he purchased Hia late Home on Oak in the recent addition to and settled Down As a permanent being then and up to the time of his illness one of Harry Budds Crew at the he was a faithful of a retiring but Mush esteemed by those who knew him inti his disease first attacked him nearly a year and at the first seamed to affect Only the stomach and but later developed into under which he Hud been at times a great sufferer during three or four months during his Long illness he devel oped astonishing vital and All v to have had suy knowledge of his Case have been surprised at the King fight he he was for More than a year before his death a member of the second he besides his who has been unremitting in her attentions to him during his two Roy and besides these he is survived by his Henry Stouffer two residing on Oak whom the father makes his Home Edith Olla a of and one residing in funeral services were held at the East Tyrone Chapel on sunday morning at after which the interment took place at Xot Likely to Oil course the free mail delivery Bill now pending in Congress if it became a secure to Tyrone that system without further increase of re but our people should not build too High on such a thing coming to bused on information in oin to regret to state that it is not Likely to receive favourable consideration from the which body it has not yet reached for and probably never As the chances Are that it still be smothered in it is a measure recommended by a re publican postmaster general and passed by a Republican while the House is democratic and it is the belief that the managers of the in terrified in the lower Branch of Congress will not allow a Republican measure of such import Ance and popularity to become a Law on the eve of a presidential hence the one Safe thing for Tyrone to do to make sure of the Carrier system next is to buy plenty of so As to make the receipts of the Tyrone office not less than ten thousand dollars the present and William Hicks celebrate their Twenty fifth wedding on May at Wilson performed the ceremony uniting in marriage William Hicks and miss Larinda this would seem like a belated wedding but the purpose is to record the Happy Cele bration monday evening of the Twenty fifth anniversary of the Happy in Honor of and Hicks a Large number of their friends assembled at their pleasant Home on Glen Hope Street and spent an evening of rare Host and with whom time has dealt very were among the youngest in the merry party As far As life and geniality Are and with the assistance of their they entertained their guests Delight in the singing Hicks joined heartily As of several selections were furnished by the Tyrone Banjo and Little Lena of Hunt captured All hearts by excellently reciting the wreck of the Hes not the least enjoyable feature of the evening was the huge banquet prepared and set before the party who did ample Justice to the Good things which appealed so strongly to the a notwithstanding John Wood ring and others in the party strove their utmost to Clear away everything in the Lio Stess had provided too Well and everybody was thoroughly satisfied with Many Good things to and Hicks were the recipients of Mauj valuable among which were Twenty two pieces of Silver and some very Fine table they deserve richly the storm of congratulations which they since their marriage they had lived at Huntingdon until 1880 when they took up residence in and during the past twelve years they have been among the worthy residents of this that they May live to celebrate Many More Anu versa Ries of their wedding Day is the wish of All their in which the Herald heartily the guests from a distance were bar Rick and three and Jesse and mrs Dill Strick Hettie mrs Joseph All of the concert Friday the Trinity Mission workers have Rea son to be proud of their Success Friday As the programme was most excellently and All the participants put Forth their Best the program opened with a piano Well by miss and Fol owing this came a recitation by miss Jessie a very 3onng but sic of ulishers who captured the hearts of audience and was compelled to respond to an the next be was a baritone soil by West which was beautifully rendered and deserved the vigorous applause which called him Back to sing an the Bellamy in Ciers by of tyrones most Graceful Young was next on the and was hugely it was very grotesque As Well As miss Sara Foster then Sang Beckers Beautiful song the Spring and displayed excellent taste and expression in the rendition of the Tyrone Banjo club occupied the next number and were vociferously being compelled to respond three after the audience allowed professor Morrow and colleagues to Charles Chirk Sang a ivs mighty deep and was obliged to re Spond to an this first part closed with a selection by the Banjo the curtain was dropped at this Point to arrange the stage for the one act and during the intermission Little miss Criswell gave a charming selection before the the farce in one act entitled Lei on Parle Francais was very amusing and magnificently Mackey As Victor Dubois made a perfect French and Harbor sustained the comedy part most Newton West Brook made a typical English army officer and acted the jealous husband to miss Mary Cald Well As Rattan made the most of her As did miss Flora Watson As daughter of and miss Ada Mcomber As the serving gave an excellent rendition of his and miss May Turner As Priggins acted the part of the wife Vith a great ancestral line to altogether the program was did in who attended were certainly veil see our Lawn what you they Are Franciscus hardware Wall a new Supply As Low As 8c a Fino Gilt patterns at 53 hardware Hicks Hicks prophesied correctly As to the weather for the first part of his predictions for the rest of the Mouth Are As follows the next storm period is Central on the bringing its culminating stages especially in the Eastern parts of the exactly on the Cen trial Day of a Venus the period runs from the 14th to a series of heavy recurring in cycles it Twenty four each afternoon and most Likely result for several Days about this heavy frosts will be heard from to the northward Between the 10th and on and about the 23d look for the re turn of very warm with reaction Ary storms greatly intensified by the Venus the last storm period for the month is from the 25th to the period calling for constant and careful watchfulness in the event of hot South winds and the formation of Active storm on the 25th Falls the new Equinox of Mercury on the 29th we May almost surely expect disturbances of great the phenomenal Rains which we expected at the end of april and May have been precipitated by Mars and Saturn com resulting in great and disastrous where they Are Hunters hereabouts who Are complain ing of the gradual decrease in the num Ber of Deer in this Section of the where they a few years ago were plenty should go to the neighbourhood Plain where the flee footed quadrupeds Are so numerous As to alarm the who say they fear the wheat crops will be ruined by the the wheat in this Section of the earths sur face is completely free from any one Ordinary sized Field would hold All the Deer in Flye adjoining Conn Wilsons electric Wilson scored another Triumph for his motor tuesday morning when he received papers from the Cana Dian Patent giving him the exclusive right of manufacture and Sale in the several descriptions of this interesting machine have been writ ten in leading electrical and Streetcar but As they do not reach Tyrone perhaps a Short description will not be Cut of this motor is grouped with the gear less that those in which there is no cog the objection to previous fearless motors is their great which is very hard on them and the object driven and a Speed of 105 to 1go revolutions a minute is uhe practical right Here is the superiority of the Wilson which runs at a Speed of from 60 to giving a regular the achievement of reduced Speed without gearing is a Triumph for the As that has always been a cause of vexation to the motor works on t Frame and gives a reciprocating motion the Power Shaft being attached to the end of the moving by using two of these on a car 01 other the effect of Gravity on one is counterbalanced by the Aid give to the other by the same and regular motion is free from the thumping so injurious to a seen in a geared the applying of the Power by a transmitting Rod from the reciprocating Frame to the Axle of the car or other machinery to be driven allows the fixed Frame to be set away from the running gear of the vehicle and consequently the disadvantage of heavy weight on the Axle is overcome to any one with a knowledge o Streetcar this invention readily shows its great superiority to All others in and it will Many o when once placed on the Market the doctor has received several requests for drawings and descriptions from leading electrical and this fac shows that it is Well worthy of exper the motor is a very Ligh one and could be used very successfully on bicycles and tricycles As the Ino Tivi be your own it won Cost you one half As do no Send three 2cent Stamps Foi and we will Send you or Kaufma uns great Fine coloured from its cause and Home address Ordway i was a sufferer from Catanh for Fly teen with distressing pain Ove Ray i used Elys Cream Balm with Gratifying am apparently our hardware of every Frano Caoua hardware in Lille lord oae touch of nature makes the whole world How much Are we Remi decl of this old and trite saying in the wonderful Story by Frances Hodgson Burnett of Little Ord and its truth comes even with greater Force when we look upon it As a play the character of Edric is so simple and natural we Are drawn toward the simple child with a strange the Story was written for children and first appeared the Nicholas but its beauties were soon discovered by the and today Little lord Fauntleroy is found in All Well regulated libraries and is Standard As Well As the works of Dickens and it is Seldom that ministers of the gospel Are see in our opera Many exceptions to this Rule have been made in the Case of and Many a minister has received a lesson in the Cardinal Virtues that has enabled him to present to the children of his Hock a picture of the True the Loyal boy not found and yet after witnessing the play Many a fond Parent is found asking Why cant Luy boy possess these qualities to this interrogatory we reply he and would suggest that All depends on the training a child receives in his younger and in the Early training Deriest to All parents we can unreservedly by All Means take your children to see this play when you the and when the tears dims the Eye dont be ashamed of it will soon pass away with the Many Little hashes of comedy that and in the end you will fell All the purer and for having seen Little lord Elmer an Engineer at the paper while working on the engines this was struck on the head by a governor and a Small but painful Gash in falling his Arm came in Contact with a hot and was slightly he resumed work after a physician dressed the i suffered from a severe cold in my head for months and could get no was advised to use Elys Cream has worked like magic in its i am free from my cold after using the Balm one and i believe it is the Best remedy wholesale 119 front new for a Good cheap Whitewash Brush go to Franciscus hardware Brooks says that Little girl is troubled with malaria vew and that since be gave her Sulphur be never thinks of leaving new York for Bis summer resort without a few bottles for always cure Bis and Are far Superior to
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