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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania S Tyrone by May Twenty sixth the school a crowded Alouso greets the enjoy nolo a Stream of people began pouring into the Academy of music at Hal past 7oclock thursday evening and kept it up until by which time every seat was occupied and Many people standing it was a Bright and pretty scene and the juvenile orchestra under their Youthful Leader master John Gates rendered two selections and they were the orchestra comprises twelve John Albert Willie study and Frank first violins Charles Harry Piper and John second violins Cornet Willie Clar Ionet Allen French Horn Cecil violoncello and miss Maine the lords prayer and welcoming song by the kindergarteners was very cutely done and evoked great applause As did Little Sammy crab Trees address which followed the boys next gave an a exhibition of and the followed them in a doll both did Well and delighted their friends in the primaries gave the three a colonial patriotic and a All three were excellent is and thunderous a ample Reward for their specially the was an great efforts to please their friends and the two recitations by eight Mountain the base Ball season of the Mountain league will begin on decoration May the membership of the league includes the clubs of Philips Clearfield and Belle last Friday the final touches were Given to the which As definitely arranged is As follows Clearfield at Houtzdale at Philipsburg exhibition game May 30 Clearfield at Bellefounte May at Houtzdale june at Philipsburg june2 Tyrone at Bellefonte june at Clear Field june at Houtzdale june at Philipsburg june 11 Bellefonte at Tyrone june at Houtzdale june at Clearfield june at Philipsburg june is Houtzdale at Clearfield june at Bellefonte june at Tyrone june at Philipsburg june 25 Philipsburg at Houtzdale june at Bellefonte june at Tyrone july at Clearfield july 2 Clearfield at Houtzdale at Philipsburg exhibition july 4 Clear yield at Bellefonte july Philipsburg july at Houtzdale july 7 Tyrone at Clearfield july at Philipsburg july at Houtzdale july at Bellefonte july 16 at Clearfield july at Philipsburg july at Houtzdale july at Tyrone july 23 Houtzdale Phil july 20 Philipsburg at August the Junior another crowded excellent program Well the second school entertainment was Given to a packed House Friday an like the first was a great Suc Cess both dramatically and financially and the program was hear tily enjoyed by the choral Union orchestra opened with Rossini Tan excellently and Kauffman then led in miss Jeannette Goodwin recited searching for the slain and it was magnificently holding the close attention of the entire audience until a the Fisher Crews Little girls and ten boys were also very the next singing in the school was very pretty and evoked great As did the Reci tation by the secondaries now gave three successive Fin t vacations of the week and Maiden All of them were finely rendered and displayed the teaching of their efficient instruct Twenty three of the children next engaged in a spelling Bee and entertained the audience part first closed with a Little Busy Bee very beautifully part second opened with a selection Well executed by the juvenile orchestra and this was followed by a dialogue in two Virginia Bouse next gave a recitation lovers instead of the selection on the program it wits excellent and evoked great a a song daddy by Amber Parks was and aroused great in the the min by Amber Smith was excellently the Drill japanese parasols Aud american umbrellas was very pretty and merited the plentiful applause Given Millie Bookhamer next recited lib Mertys cause and displayed great oratorical the trip to Europe As Given by the High school scholars was very interesting and that charming miss Sara rendered a song for next number and won the usual vigorous the com Dietta in three acts which Fol Lowed was Given very skilfully by the a pretty number was the Lily song the pro Gram closed with a fairy the Saratoga fairies and this was Proba Bly the Banner act of the whole considerable advantage was gained by the changes rude in the order of the and it went off very All present enjoying the evening hugely 6 Tyrone at Philips not too numerous to Allen and his corps of enumerators Friday evening completed their canvass of Tyrone Aud East Tyrone boroughs in the interest of bar clays new directory of Blair county they have taken a thorough census and Allen ims kindly Given the Herald the result of the compilation the number of persons in the lire Ward is found to to 860 in the second Ward 1419 in third Ward 13q8 in the fourth Ward a total of 5419 for the Borough As at present bounded the population of East which soon be counted with the population of Tyrone is the official census of As com piled by enumerators Miller an David showed 1997 people 1 the first and second wards 1280 in the 1415 in the and 429 i East Tyrone a total for the Boroug of and for the two boroughs according to Allens Numera the boroughs of Tyrone and East practically and soon to be really is the census of 1892 shows that Tyrone is steadily August 13 Clearfield at 20 Tyrone at August 27 Bellefonte at to sept Houtzdale at Phil Philipsburg at As noted the championship season will consist of sixty four each Chil playing six games each of the of to is and Harry of is vice president of the the managers of the clubs engaged William Tyrone Eorge Bei Lefonzo Philipsburg Cleur eld Fink Lunil Urmini drowned a Telegram thursday from Jerry former resident of but now f Sioux notified Samuel Hen Elen that his son Frank his wife and Young victims of the disastrous flood in that lace on Frank was the on of Samuel and Julia Render and was born May at the ild Brick Homestead about one mile from Spruce and consequently was Hirt two years of about eight ears ago he went West and located in but subsequently in Sioux where he engaged in and prospered soon own no a number of he was married last june to miss daughter of Samuel a Well mown citizen of charter Rind the Young couple had established a Osy Little Hymnon the East Side of town which with their Swett Little two weeks made life to them a Happy As they lived in the East or lower Side of yesterday Hopes were entertained that Frank was not at but engaged in smiling on High ground on Tho opposite Side of the River but alas for those a Telegram Friday morning from Eyre dissipated mid it is certain that the Happy family Are United in death As they were in James of a brother of the left on Pacific express Friday morning to take charge of affairs there of Noil a Penfield Baker publishes a card denying that he puts soap in his and announces that in future he will make his bread heavier than they must have a funny idea of Good bread out in for a Good cheap Whitewash Brush go to franc sous hardware see our Lawn they Are what you hardware thu Charity that in the person of pastor of Januies lutheran a Benefactor of whom she May Well be Mueller is a rus Sian by and he could not turn a deaf ear to the cries of his starving he remembered How Green had been the Banks of the Volga when he played there As a Aud the thought of them parched by the dry i plague of famine was More than he could endure in without any blare of trumpets and depending on his efforts he began the collection a russian Relief he travelled far and delivering lectures Aud arousing the sympathies of the people of this plenteous now he tells that the fund has reached the magnificent proportions of which in where an american Dollar has a double purchasing Means general conference the Omaha daily Christian advocate Amonjr its personals speak in complimentary terms of Gray and Max delegates was nicely Sung by the entire and following it was a Beautiful recitation by miss Bertha Beth the drama and tableau illustrative of the Early Days of our country were very and the various performed filled their parts especially the who were recalled several times by a vociferous Charles Bat Etnan As brother Jonathan was very excellent and another faithful representation was that of the Continental Soldier at Valley forge by Earl As a leading divine remarked he was the very incarnation of the american Blair Reiley As John Harry Stewart As Captain Albert Taliwood As British Edwin Guyor and Leroy Harris As British Frank Ford us Mary Kane As Cora Smith Sis the pioneers Myrtle Lucas As the Nina Caldwell and Mary Smith As Virginia and their parts the Tableaux beautifully displayed various historical nothing could have been More instructive than this colonial it brought up Many things forgotten and started a train of referring to those glorious times which thrill us Voith and love for heroes of a t the close of the drama the orchestra played fair i very pretty uned Lej of popular miss Maggie Owens followed in a recitation entitled this was one of the Best numbers of the evening and earned the speaker a tremendous round Jolly Farmers in four acts was the final number of the pro Gram and it was excellently acted and Sung by the As the Jolly Happy Way was great and Sang his difficult with expression and feel his acting too was very showing a careful study of the lines and Frank Waring As Pat Mur Phy had a great makeup and aside from singing in his usual excellent kept the audience in a continual gain by his and made his col borers struggle hard to keep from laughing with the Walter Hamilton was an excellent sleepy and his great act of putting on his shoes stand ing was a revelation to some of the and another Surprise to Walters friends was his Pieus the male Quartetti was nicely Sung by and the girls ably seconded the boys efforts and while All did we must give Laura Canan the Palm for her Beautiful prayer in miss Mertie Sharar As ii Tippy Way acted and Sang her part As did miss tussle miss scrub Biu miss Jennie Witter As miss miss Eva Mil Ler As miss Baker and miss Hattie Coul Ter As Annie deserves special mention for her Awakening veil Matay Lor As Laura took her part Kauff Ruan As Raquitt was Excel Aud the dialogue Between him and Happy Way was full of Good Harry Stewart As Sam Pitcher ably sustained his part and Sang the whole entertainment displayed the of hard study and careful and the pupils and their teacher also should feel proud of their the music and acting was above the Ordinary plane of these con and it is very evident that the schools Are growing in it was very Gratifying to see so much Home musical both on the stage and in the orchestra and it is to be hoped the March Forward will be kept so suit for an Exchange says that the simplest and Best preventive for diphtheria is As much common table Salt As will Lay on the Point of a pocket knife taken in the Mouth six times daily while the disease is the rationale of the treatment is quickly Chlor Ide of the Salt kills the dish theoretic do not wait until sore Throat is complained of but adopt the Preven Tive measure at once and adhere thereto until the mortality list show the danger is if sore tto roat is complained of get the patient to incline the head slightly Forward and breathe through the this act exposes the Throat if any unaccountable White patches appear cull the doctor at maintaining the Salt treatment a Large boo Nail the hustlers got their Long Antici Patard whack at the Tyrone club Fri Day and maybe they didst make our pets Hustle to the score was tied at six runs each up to the last when a few judicious hits and a few in judicious errors on the part of the hustlers changed the and at the close the score was nine to six in favor of the winners were out batted Aud the hits stood eight for Tyrone and eleven for the met John Shellenberger and Bate Man robbed their opponents of several runs by circus stops and in fact the whole team were kept pretty Busy by the hustlers Little Gil Lam pitched an excellent number of hits being secured off after three men should have been Reeder behind the Bat was right in and made some pretty this game cannot be a criterion of just what the first team can but still that Mountain league Pennant seemed very Small in the and did not seem to be coming our Way any faster than a Turtle doubtless there will be some changes for the better in arranging the team in the and Ere the struggle begins in Earnest a stride will be made in the direction of team there was Brilliant individual work Dou especially so was Metcalfe catch in deep and throw to first making a double John Shellenber Normade a phenomenal on hand the hustlers played Well All through and deserve great credit for the stiff game put a brute thursday morning about 8 Harry living about half a mile this Side of Bald started for Tyrone with a two horse Wagon con Taining two calves for she was accompanied Only by her four year old and never dreamed of being while passing through the thick Woods on the Road Between Vail Aud she was terrified to see a Burly negro tramp jump out and seize horses remaining Calm she ordered him to release the team and turning to her Sou never mind your father will be Here in a few the big brute immediately let go and ran into the doubtless scared off by the Ham Uiel was very much prostrated by the incident and was accompanied on her return journey by an but the negro did not appear the second invading the Sanctum of the one evening last week a few people with no respect for the dignity of the invaded the office of Esq and fastening newspapers up a the lighted several candles and proceeded to enjoy a Large from All indications poker was the sex and As the genial Squire dont bet pm up in that the vandals must have been the responsible if they will notify Justice Holmes next time to will Cut a place in the table for the Kitty and have refreshments the visitors kindly left the press and engine and also left several pieces of Candle As a the offending parties Are but in View of the kindly use of the no action will be taken but if there is a second visit look a Leedle the closing superintendent Pinker toils report of the High the heavy Rains thursday has greatly increased the volume of water in our and the Blue Juniata has be come a great fishing ground for suckers of a Piscat orial the army of net headed by daddy who has fished the streams for the past forty wended their Way to the scene of operations about and a Large number of Lino fish have already been the spectators on and other Vantage Points exceeded the and they seemed to enjoy the sport As much As though they were doing the work from the Central Pennsylvania con pending his hardware of every Franciscus Hurd Vare a maniacs wild a without hat or Gal loped his horse from Mosquito six Miles from to that sunday Aud without stopping his foaming Courser he dashed through the court House door and Rode Down the main there were Many people in the hallway and they scampered in every the who is George Gal loped Clear through the and out in the Yard he was he said he had come for he is dissatisfied with the recent settlement of an estate Aud wanted the matter the biggest James Barnes caught a Trout the other Day in Muley Chute 19 inches Long and weighing 2 pounds and 2 this takes the Rod and reel up to Rosendale and Portland Cement on hardware Tyrone in bloc schools for the ended tuesday closes another school that the educational interests of this Borough Are in a healthy condition is verified by a number of facts the Large attendance of Over 760 pupils during the month of the gradual increase of the percentage for attendance from 87 in 1886 to 94 in the decrease of tardiness and truancy to less than three cases per Day of the former and one a week of the the enthusiasm on the part of parents As shown by almost a thousand visits to the schools Dunn the year and More than that number present at our closing the increase in the number of students in the High school from fifty two in 1886 to More than a Hundred in this last and the Liberal intelligent spirit of the Board of directors to provide the Means necessary to give our girls and boys a practical it has been my custom tit the close of every term to publish the names of pupils who attended every Day during the i shall do so in this owing to diphtheria and other diseases among the children of the the list in smaller than it was heretofore in the High those who have missed no time Are Cecil Mary Annie Rhea Eva Mary Nina Cora Eva Ray Mary Alberta Nev Emma Orrin Taylor and Frank grammar school May Mary Mary Millie Carrie Emma Carroll Wilson and intermediates Carrie Mary Harvey Alice Jessie Lou Robert secondaries Maggie Nettie Harry Harry Walter seeds and Harry primaries Augustus Ella Bessie John Ethel Bulich Aud Grace a a Large number of others were absent less thai two Days during nine George Stevens was pre sent every Day for six years Aud Meyer tardy Eva Mary Emma Frank Watson and Mattern did not Renissa Clay Dur ing five terms Cecil Nina Gussie May Ewing Hattie and Mary Irwin attended full time during four of my six years in and the first four were never this remarkable regular Ity is worthy of our schools lost by since pupils twelve of whom died during this term my former reports contained the names of Allex cent Annie Zeilinger and Dora Sholly who were taken from us in Annie was a member of our Interne Dite Grade because of her willingness to do right in connection with studious teachers and classmates mourn the loss which we sustain in her Dora was a promising Little girl in our kindergarten depart ment during the Short time that she was a to All Learned to love How sad to have our pupils called away by death 1 who can picture the depth of the affliction Felt by parents who their loved Little ones of the men who oiled the office of school director during my Superio Carothers and b Heims have All who have been teachers and the students who received High school diplomas Are still i close this my final report with the conviction that my work Here has been productive of beneficial results my course has been purely straight Forward and there is nothing connected with it which should cause regret unless it is the fact that weak humanity is inclined to misconstrue the motives of their fellow beings and men in my Posi Tion Are liable to be with the most sincere gratitude towards the girls Aud the parents and teachers and and All who so ably assisted and sustained me in my i withdraw fron the educational interests As principal of Tyrone b death of an old Jeremiah one of or oldest and most respected citizens passed away at monday at his Home on Pennsylvania the deceased was born on february in Adams and was married november to miss Barbara a native of Carrol Mary but a resident of Adams county at the and Eckenrode came to Tyrone in the Spring of and have been residents Ever Ecken Rode conducted the Eagle now the for a number of but about Teri years ago he retired from Active the couple were blessed with seven daughters and one four children Are living and four have passed those living Are and of the deceased was an Earnest member of the Catholic and the services were held in Matthews Chapel wednesday morning at nine interment took place in the Cath Olic in the death of Eckenrode Tyrone loses an old and highly valued Cit and one who has always taken an interest and Pride in the welfare of our Little the Herald extends its Heartfelt the bereaved family and a Good Point for the Pard of Trade held a meeting monday night in their rooms in the Pruner Mccoy was in the the meeting was in formal but Many important details were there was quite an animated discussion of the possibilities of Success of several among them were a rag and soap factory there is no reason Why local capitalists should not seek these thu Broom factory has demonstrated the fact that Good work begets a Good and other branches of work would Prosper As it would be a great thing for Tyrone could these various Indus Ries be and Home products be used by our peo a shoe factory should be a Success As dealers Are kept waiting so often by Eastern with Good workmen just As Good work could be turned out Here As any where and the shoe merchants could have orders filled much More there Are no Large shoe factories in this immediate and it would be Well for local capitalists to look the matter another 1rotest from word daily Herald you have Given correctly the figures of Allens census there certainly must be some comparing by wards Allens report with the census of would seem that the population of the first and second wards has in creased this May be we Are further informed that the third Ward has increased by the number of 118 this May be possible but seems pretty but when we Are told that there Are 143 persons less in the fourth Ward than were two years ago our Faith gives Way it is neither pos sible nor in the territory annexed from Snyder township there were Over and Small and it is believed that increase if population in this if correctly will equal the total increase f the other three suppose of take the census of the fourth i would offer to help Pav he expense of doing but As i had to Bearthes expense of admitting this new and fight against the Council incl obstructionists generally the fight costing me eighty dollars Lam ready to take a census just but we cant have it published that Loulli Ward is every House on the North Side of the Railroad is so far As i now while writing i want to thank the Herald for fair reports from the conference at we have reason to be proud of our daily it seems a Little strange that the admission of East Tyrone has met no opposition perhaps the experience of recent defeat was regarded As proof that discretion is the better part of Fust Sun George of near left there morning at g Oclock with a Pine log raft for Shaffer Kintz lug and at Oclock in the afternoon landed at the Stone House at the distance is fifty Miles and the run was made in ten Pfoutz is an experienced and says he made the quickest time on the opening of the new Pittsburg times building will take place May 31 we acknowledge receipt of an Uvita Tion to be present on this interesting i a tulo Phouy girls about two weeks ago miss Florence of the Lewistown Telephone sex by a mistake gathered up an envelope containing with some waste paper and threw All into the but the ashes were gathered up and sent to the Treasury department at Washington for and it is Likely that most of the Money will be returned to to the in Justice to Little i desire to state that the failure of my daughter Belles eyesight is not due to glasses prescribed by but on the contrary be advised me last year to consult a specialist for j

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