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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania By May Twenty sixth capital or regular correspondent at the National capital has a newsy letter May presi Sale a member of the Republican National is to my certain knowledge much More concerned about Success of the ticket to be Nomona de at Minneapolis than about who shall Bead he wishes the Conven to be harmonious and would like to see the nomination made by acc Lama whoever May be selected to head the whatever his friends Are and some of Shem Are doing both to him and the 1 know that he is doing nothing to bring about his own and further that he Las fully made up his mind that he will not enter a struggle to obtain the Nom because of his belief that the ill will left by such a struggle would have a tendency to endanger the Success of the the president is now on the Chesapeake Bay with his invalid he will return to Washington the Middle of the another sudden death another funeral in the Senate and another senators seat shrouded in Black the sudden death of senator Barbour of who went to bed Friday night in excellent spirits and in apparently Good and died of heart disease at an Early hour saturday has fallen like a pall upon his colleagues in among whom he was deservedly popular by reason of his Many endearing personal his funeral took place this and the accompanied by a committee from the House and Senate and numerous were taken to Poplar for interment already the Virginia democrats in Congress have begun wire pulling to name his this week will probably close the pension office investigation which has been from the first nothing but a bitter attempt to break Down the personal character of general an attempt which has most miserably As All such attempts ought to the few witnesses yet to be heard Are those named by senator germans defence of the expenditures authorized by the fifty first while perhaps was a practical acknowledgement that the charge of extravagance upon which the aided by Tariff Misrop obtained control of the present House of was he said there had been an in crease in the appropriations made by Well succeeding Congress since the with the exception of the and called attention to the fact that the total expenditures under the Cleveland administration were greater than under just As those of the present administration will exceed those of the Cleveland and and he closed with these which certainly have a strange coming from a Man who May be the democratic candidate for president and As the country grows and you go on with the construction of your Navy and open the harbours and deepen the Rivers and make great guns for the army and these expenditures must the congressional prophets have been in hard Luck for a Long the prompt reporting of the River Aud Harbor Bill to the Senate was directly contrary to their prediction that it was to be held Back in order to Force the House into agreeing to Senate Amend ments to appropriation the Senate committee increased the Bill a Little More Thau a making it carry a total of it will be taken up As soon As the naval Bill is disposed Aud there is no Renoa to believe there will be any unusual de Lay in disposing of the Senate Commerce committee in its report of this Bill gave notice that it would report 4 no River Aud Harbor Bill next if you wish to hear a Choice selection v of cuss you have Only to ask the average democratic member of the House when the astounding exposures of Republican promised by the numerous House investigating ate to be a very shrewd scheme is being worked Here to get the support of Western Republican senators for a combination Bill placing binding wine and refined sugar on the free the Bill placing binding wine on the free list has Al ready been passed by the and the present scheme is to get a Republican senator from the West to offer As an amendment when it comes up in the a Section placing re fined sugar on the free senator Mills is responsible for a re Vival of the Chestnut about the bankrupt condition of the claims upon that institution one Hundred cents to the and Are promptly paid upon just As they will continue to the selection of Justice of supreme and senator of As arbitrators to represent the United states in the Beh ring sea arbitration gives general sat the Veteran Edward of is again in his old place As Secretary of the Republican congressional Campaign Polico chief police William Snyder was kept Busy starting in about ten Oclock in the morning by arresting a Drunken individual from Over the the unfortunate paid his Fine and departed after dinner in the evening a citizen created much excitement at the station by pointing a revolver rather promiscuously Aud threatening to use after he had departed for Altoona with a com Panion chief sri der telegraphed to that and officers there arrested them and brought them Back on fast line the chief was on hand and escorted the prisoner to the Sun Day morning Squire Holmes gave him a hearing and sentenced him to pay ten ten dollars and costs and undergo forty eight hours in and still another came along about eleven Oclock saturday a Young Man full of rum Aud enthusiasm residing in Ironville was picked up on Pennsylvania Avenue and taken to the Burgess Caldwell heard the Case sunday morning and impose a Dol Lar and a half Fine and one Dollar none of the noisy crowd who Dis Turbed All sleepers on Pennsylvania Avenue and thirteenth Street around Midnight saturday were but our vigilant police Are on their to about time that the Frisky Booz ers of this town realized that citizens have some rights they Are bound to re and that the Active police and Burgess intend to Stop the riots Inci Dent to their Large Ham base Hall meet tie Tyrone base Ball association held a meeting last wednesday at Board of Trade president Conrad in the the committee on bylaws re ported and their set of rules were a the resignation of Mcgovern As director was read and accept John Anderson was unanimously elected to till the vacancy on the it was decided that nil Quarter shares that shall not have been paid on or before May to cancelled on quite a discussion ensued on the proposition to exclude vehicles from the and it was finally agreed to admit carriages at the first game to test whether there was room for them without interfering with the prices of admission were decided upon is follows to general admission 25 cents boys under 12 years 10 cents All ladies to grand stand an admission fee of ten cents will be required of manager Kilmore reported the list of players thus far the team being the same As reported in the Herald several Days ago Secretary Scullin was instructed to write Catcher Seaver of Pottstown for Best As the particular need is for a Nau made the magnanimous offer to furnish Board for the season to any Catcher whom the association May Cohn and Nau were delegated to Divide the Fence into blocks and secure advertising the association then adjourned to meet tuesday May the Loysville soldiers the soldiers orphans school at har Ford will be continued another this conclusion was reached wednes Day at the meeting of the executive committee of the soldiers orphans school the committee has made arrangements for the Transfer of Tho fifty one pupils now at Loysville about May 30 to other thirty four will be placed at the Chester Springs two at eleven at Union Tovin Aud four will be Dis charged on age during the there Are now vh4 soldiers orphans under the care of the of this number 287 Are at Chester 214 at Union and 130 at the remainder Are distributed among the various Homes of the two chief police William Snyder gathered in two individuals on tenth Street wednesday evening at 9 who had imbibed too much of the a and were making night they were locked up in the Village Bas tile until next when Burgess Caldwell gave them a hearing Aud imposed a Fine of Oue individual could not connect with that much and being a stranger Here was allowed to go provided he left the town immediately which be the other paid his Fine and departed for Home sadder and Wiser and incident ally Wall a now Supply As Low As 8c a Fine Gilt patterns at 60 and hardware Lle publican Quay sweeps the definite Choice for an immense vote was polled through out Blair county at the Republican primaries on the Herald has obtained returns from All the Points of Battle except the seventh District of Logan and the general result can thus be very accurately the county declares overwhelmingly for who has a majority of More than Over Quay carried every District except the second Ward of hold Nesburg and the third District of the vote in detail for Tyrone and East Tyrone and Snyder an Tyrone and second District of is As follows first states Dalzell Quay 90 Hewit Hooper Meadville Metzgar Shaw Sponsler stayer 74 District Craig Hammond 52 Register and Davis Plum Mer roller 3 county Akers Beatty Smith Weaver Yon 19 director of the Louden 122 Dean poet second states Dalzell Quay 69 Hewitt Hooper Meadville Metzgar Shaw Sponsler stayer 54 District Craig Hammond 73 Register and Davis Plum Mer roller 2 county Akers Beatty Elway Smith Weaver Yon 20 director of the Louden Dean poet third states 35 Quay 58 Meadville 29 Metzgar 5 16 21 District Register and 27 09 county 27 Beatty 1 Elway 15 2 44 14 director of the 33 fourth states Dalzell Quay 84 Hewit Hooper Meadville Metzgar Shaw Sponsler 58 District Craig Hammond s3 Regis Ter and Davis pm Miner roller 6 county Akers lie atty Elway Smith Weaver Yon 53 director of the Loudon 130 Dean poet East states Dalzell Quay 39 Hewit Meadville stayer 27 District actor Hammond 26 Register and Davis Plummer roller 1 county Akers Elway Yon 16 director of the Loudon 43 Dean poet Snyder states Dalzell Quay 42 Lewit Hooper Shaw Sponsler stayer 14 District Craig Ham mond 43 Register and Davis roller 2 county treas Akers Beatty Elway Smith Weaver Yon 20 director of the Soudou 61 Deau poet Tyrone states sen Dalzell Quay 65 Hewit Meadville Metzgar Shaw Sponsler stayer 44 District Craig Hammond 35 Regis Ter Aud Davis Plummer roller 3 county Akers Beatty Elway Hawk Smith Weaver Yon 25 director of the Loudon 89 Dean poet 2nd states Dalzell Quay 24 Lewit Gar Shaw Sponsler stayer 12 District Craig Hammond 13 Register and Davis Plummer 21 Akers Beatty Elway Hawk numer 2 Smith Yon 14 director of the London 40 Dean poet the delegates elected Are first Nissley second Mcgwir third Laird fourth Walter East William Snyder John John san Ford Tyrone John Woods Paul Antis second Zach members of the county committee were chosen As Fol lows first Cald Hull second Claude Jones third Snyder fourth Snyder Sanford Tyrone Lee for a Good cheap Whitewash Brush go to franciscu3 hardware hardware of every Franciscus hardware Rosendale and Portland Cement on hardware changes in Railroad brew has resigned Hia position As shop clerk for the Tyrone division to take effect june and will thereafter represent the Standard scale and Supply of whose scale factory a located at his territory will be the counties of Central Pennsylvania and we Are glad to learn that he will continue to be a resident of Tyrone which is an excellent Point from which to cover the Field Over which he will the heu ald wishes him unmeasured Success in his new undertaking and As the stand Ards representative is Well equipped with the qualities necessary to there is no doubt of Bis having brew came from Bellefonte to Tyrone in 1876 and for two Jears filled the position of storekeeper in the Tyrone he was then promoted to shop clerk to succeed now of red and for Over thirteen years he has ably and acceptably filled this responsible he will be succeeded As shop clerk by Walter and a better appointment could not have been Moore was for six years assistant shop clerk with brew and during the past two years has been a member of the efficient clerical Force in superintendent Blairs the Herald congratulates him on his merited at Home to her a notably enjoyable social event took place Friday afternoon from three until six Oclock when John William Howe gave a pleasant at Home to her lady friends at her hospitable Home on Lincoln it was her Tiv St social entertainment since and Howe have been in their new about fifty guests were Tho male portion of humanity including the lord of the Manor himself being rigidly excluded so that they could later be enlightened by the ladies As to what a delightful occasion could be indulged in without masculine As in accordance with the Best custom the House was closed up shutters while inside the spacious rooms were illumined by a of the hostess was assisted in receiving by of holidays and of presiding at the the where Bountiful and elegant refreshments were were Frank Acklis Ami Daniel three hours were delightfully spent by the ladies in the abundant entertainment which Hose had so thoughtfully Aud perfectly Aliou a mans House is tils judge of in a Case before him on gave a con Cise outline of the rights of a Man to his the judge said that the com Mon Law principle that a mans House is his Castle had been the subject of poetical and oratorical but he quoted a number of decisions Aud opinions which reduced the principle of the right of a Man to make a Astle of his Housa Only to occasions the sheriffs officer came to Servo upon the Householder a capias under which to seize his person or a writ under which to seize his goods to sell judge Arnold said that the sheriff could not forcibly break into a House to serve these but that this Law did not apply to the service of a writ in Replevin where the sheriff sought to seize goods belonging to another and especially when the goods were enumerated in the on such occasions the sheriff could use the Force necessary to seize Toluse goods which were in the householders premises but which be longed to a person outside of his family Reform in gloves undoubtedly the portion of a Ladys apparel which most needs to be reformed is her the lingers Are just Long enough to cripple the victim by ing her digits together at the Serouj the hand from the wrist to Knuckles is cruelly squeezed Aud distorted out of All shape or semblance to a human attached to the por Tion of the wretched affair already de scribed is a great waste of material Long enough to reach half Way to the Elbow and wide enough to encircle the neck says the Buffalo this flabby and useless mortally offensive to the invariably wrinkles Down about the wrist to Complete the woeful demonstration of the enslavement of humanity to tyrannical Aud senseless an in the Book in which the famous executioner of de scribes his he says it has Long been his habit to ask from a condemned Man or woman a private confession for the Relief of the executioners own feelings in order that he might feel sure that he was not hanging an inno cent the Confidence reposed in him at such he he has never but he is at Liberty to say that of All the people be Baa executed Only two or three have died without a winning proceedings of the Republican ctn qty convention on in the Republican convention at Hollidaysburg tuesday the work of primaries was supplemented by the Choice of Hewit and stayer As for on the first the former receiving 117 and the latter 83 votes for District Lee Plummer for Regis or and John Loudon for director of the and poet for Coroner were nominated by nine ballots were required to choose a nominee for when Yon was the fortunate his vote on the last ballot being with 69 votes for Akers and 2 for on the break from the lower candidates for whom they were Delegate Morris of voted there after for Yon delegates Burley Aud of and delegates Lewis Aud of joined the Akers the Altoona delegates on dropping went almost solidly for Yon and accomplished his the resolutions adopted unanimously announce the Pride of Blair county re publicans in president Harrisons Wise and statesmanlike administration and commend him to the Minneapolis convention As his own worthy successor their Devotion to the principles of a free ballot and a fair restriction of Protection As gained by the Mckinley and honest Money their appreciation of the nomination of John Dean for the supreme Bench and their instruction that the Candi dates for Assembly use All honorable Means to secure the reelection of sen Ator every Delegate was making a of presided Over the deliberations with impartiality and there was no hitch in the proceedings to mar the Harmony of the and everybody departed for Home Well satisfied with the result and confident that a winning ticket had been tuesday the play tuesday night was one which appealed to the artistic criticism of the the acting was Superb and each actor seemed the very incarnation of the character miss Prescott was h grand and those of the audience who read rider Haggard work of that name could follow Tho enchanting manner and captivating Grace of Royal Max von Mitzel As Harr Nachis displayed a thorough and artistic knowledge of that very difficult each character was Well taken and the company remarkably Well the play in itself is a hard one to and the works of hag Gard All require magnificent it is to be regretted that More of our citizens did not enjoy this theatrical and should miss Prescott Ever return to the people can rely upon seeing magnificent acting what Ever the play May the Little lord a Tyrone theatregoers were Given an exceptional treat last thursday in the finished rendition of Little lord Fauntleroy at the no bet Ter entertainment has Ever been Given in this the play is an exceedingly pretty one and the company which interpreted it was evenly balanced with every character appropriately Little Mabel aged Only nine was Graceful and perfect As the Little she is decidedly the Best Fauntleroy we have Ever and she immediately won the hearts of her Carl has win As the Earl of Doriocourt gave an intelligent rendition of this difficult Louise Hofer was also a general favorite in her character As every part from beginning to end was filled to per and the delightful play gave utmost satisfaction to All who were so fortunate As to see we Are sorry that every woman and child in Tyrone could not have witnessed the for it is one of those productions that Appeal to ones Best lature and makes one better for having dec Joyed an Early morning the familiar toot of the Tannery whistle about Twenty minutes of five thursday aroused a goodly number of our people to the fact that there a fire on Blair Between thirteenth and fourteenth two barns owned by James Mccann and Oliver Seibert and an ice House containing about fifty dollars Worth of ice belonging to Hillel were the fire department responded with their usual and soon quieted any fears of further owing to the the spectators were much less numerous than is usual on occasions of this the total loss was about partly covered by a new pedestrians on twelfth Street monday evening could have number of people carrying music All wending their Way to riddles opera this waa the opening act of a reorganization of our City fifteen members were pres ent Aud Burley was named As temporary chairman and an election proceeded with John Bur Ley was elected George Piper vice George Brindle entry Piper and Waite of was elected the rehearsal last evening was very Good fora first and there is no doubt that Tyrone will soon have a band to enliven the atmosphere of election a Tyrone citizens yesterday afternoon at 4 Melick of and miss Edith Jeannette Lawson of were United in marriage in the first congregational Church in the later the Happy couple will take a extended ton r through the East and then make their Home Iuar riving Here about the first of while not an old resident of has made hosts of friends Here Aud no doubt he and his charming Bride will prove valuable acquisitions to Tyrone the Herald joins with their Many friends in wishing them a merry journey through life and a pleasant residence in our hospitable Little passed Dora s the Young daughter of Henry and Frances died yesterday morning of Roseola about two Oclock at the family Home Corner Lincoln Avenue and eleventh the deceased was a Bright child of six months and fifteen the funeral services will be held this after noon at half past three Oclock at the conducted by the John Warlock of Trinity episcopal interment will be made in Tyrone testing a horse for when examining a horse with a View to says a Al ways have him led Down a Steep or Stony descent at the end of a Halter with no whip near Many horses when brought out of the stable Are excited by the presence of and be come still More so at the sight of a whip a slight lameness May therefore be momentarily overlooked by the horse just As a Man under Strong sex will sometime forget a sore leading the horse Down a slope will show any defect in his for quarters and running him Luck will develop any weakness that May exist in his Hind for decoration the memorial committee of Post met last week and they now have arrangements for the appropriate Celebration of decoration Day Well under Peter Mead Ville has been chosen chief marshal with Power to select the assistant the column will move from in front of Hall on Pennsylvania Avenue at Oclock on the afternoon of May besides the regular ceremonies at the Tyrone and Oak Grove details from the Post will be sent out to decorate Graves of departed soldiers at Bald Birmingham and fully Aud freely confessing their guilt to what is a Bill Yea definition it is a it is a a a a a time a a a political a ground plan of the civilized a Low priced mul Tum in it is a a a a a in solid a Medley of life and a grand aggregation of mans glory and his it in a Birds Eye View of All the magnanimity and the Joys and births Aud the Pride Aud poverty of the All for a few and of Are the guests of assistant at an unfortunate the Fivey Earold son of John of Ridge had his left Arm broken thursday afternoon about two Oclock by being thrown from the boy is fond of horses and had gone Down to Harry Millers stable on Bald Eagle Between eleventh and twelfth to enjoy a Little ride and it was there the Accident the unfortunate child was removed to his Home on Ridge and Smith the after a careful set the broken member and made the patient on sunday evening there will be a Union Temperance meeting in the presbyterian Church of Sev eral religious and Temperance organizations will be represented on the addresses will be made by Samuel of and of

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