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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
On Herald autumn poetry has petered theres rage for very old Christmas comes on sunday this compressed Tea comes for Flection Day should be a Legal anew and popular gone the Vest pocket voters Vaca the Law is Strong yet the weakest can break it Cost Pennsylvania for Booths to natures Stock of autumn tints has faded and counterfeit Limburger cheese is a rank visions of thanksgiving dinner disturb the Small boys the Power of Che cider pres gig Felt in the Rural editor of the Hunting Don was in Tyrone saturday that was a pretty hard Story to Swal said the cellar when the upper part of the House fell into a velvet Collar on your you the Man who won a hat be measured for it until the swelling has Goue you know it makes a vast Young Are devel Oping into an excellent we have not had half the usual expenses in the last three How in the world did you manage it Young had the things Burgess Hiller is in receipt of an Anonymous communication complain ing of some Uptown the Burgess says that if the will make proper information the matter will receive his official a Small boy in a Brooklyn grammar school has furnished the latest information about girls in a recent composition girls Are pretty and afraid of guns they Wear toe and look at the Clouds and say How per Leuly Graham returned wednesday Nair it from his former Home at whither he was called a few Days ago on account of the serious ill Ness of his father who had suffered a stroke of paralysis but is now rapidly recovering Charles Thompson who is engaged As a Telegraph operator at Falls dress coat is the con eel thing if to be a the two children of Moses Hinkle v and wife who were quite ill with diphtheria Are now out of Glass in oven is a new contrib it enables Cooks to watch tin food without opening the on a Clear night a red Light can be seen at a greater distance than a White on a dark night the youve been there yourself and know How it but there is a difference be tween been there and being a religious weekly says the race hours must and it must go like Tho Deuce to be of any Mies Mattie of is visiting her Samuel on Lincoln the county commissioners will be pushed for room to store the immense ballot boxes required under the new hometowns Are Good Valees to die in but very poor ones to live they Are those having no business Enterprise among their a German doctor has started the theory that most drunkards can be cured by eating apples at every the acid Gas does it is understood in Ultra fashionable circles that so Many common persons use the word trousers the it it will hence Forward be swell to Saj the meanest Man Lias turned up at Pennsylvania he used a pass to Pittsburg and then sent the unused return Coupon in for a David of warriors Mark town has purchased the residence of John Enderlin Collins rider on Washington Avenue and will remove thereto probably one reason Why there is so much of this woman rights business is because every woman knows just exactly How great a Man her husband John Stewart Aud Are visiting friends and relatives in John was formerly a Tyrone boy and loves to hanker around his old a Kansas Farmer who had much trouble shipping eggs at last succeeded in getting a consignment delivered in Good order by marking the Box Dyna notwithstanding its elevated location the Artisan Wells of the Borough of Gal Litzin continue to Supply its citizens with a abundance of wholesome of was in Tyrone last monday in company with a number of friends just returned form a Hunting trip in the Vicinity of Cambria and Patrick Halagan Lave returned from their honeymoon tour through the Western and Halligan is again at his duties As train master on the Tyrone Benjamin Uncle of of this died very suddenly at his Home at Vir tuesday morning at the interment was made at Altoona do you know where your son spends his evenings what was it kept him out last night How much Money do you allow and How much is it Evi Dent he spends v where does he get the difference of new York tarried in Tyrone Over Jackson is superintendent of the second division railway mail com prising a number of of which Pennsylvania is dont be a afraid of a Little fun at dont shut up your House lest the Sun should fade your Aud your hearts lest a laugh should shake Down it few of the Musty old cobwebs that Are banging the official returns being All made in this congressional the majority of the Republican candidate for is Sena Tor Lemons majority reelection to to estate Senate is on the is at his Home in this place nursing a sprained right ankle received u week ago by a fall on the icy platform at the Falls Creek and James study entertained a party of friends very pleasantly at their Home on West tenth Street Friday fifty two guests were present and All spent a highly enjoyable evening at the social amusements so abundantly Gil Greenberg and Doc swivel of made a bet that whoever should lose at the Flection must Wade across the Juniata River Twenty Yards above the fourth Street Bridge on thanksgiving Gil wishes he Hui no made the the Price of admission to the worlds fair will be 50 there will be no half rate the Gates will be open to the Public from 8 to 7 unless in Case of some special exhibition or when they will close not later than 11 among the prominent Pennsyl Vanwaus who tarried in Tyrone thurs Day Between trains were a governor James Beaver and Hast of Bellefonte Excenator William of Clearfield and of the Altoona favors the appointment of Ain circus Vespi Loius judge Deans on the lofty ground of for she can this is the Best and Only argument in Ivelys Landis is this popular the Johnstown Tribune exclaims Blair and Somerset Republic we Are proud to be associated with we also shake hands with re publicans Over the result in Cambria on although we cannot As heart ily congratulate ourselves As we would like a Veteran of the late and until a few years ago commissary sergeant of the fifth was a Tyrone visitor this Ehnle was on his Way to where he will build a Coal dump for of Assignee of Claude saturday sold at Public the 45x00 of Pupick by on West eleventh to Joseph for the other properties offered for Sale by Waring were not sold owing to the fact that bids did not reach satisfactory Jacob whose husband was recently killed on the Middle division of the Pennsylvania while in the discharge of his duties As con has received from the order of railway he was a member of the Lodge in this place and his photograph now graces the Wall in which his former companions we have received sons american newspaper annual for in which is always to be found the Best obtainable knowledge of the american advertising tie Book contains a Complete catalogue of news papers and periodicals arranged by towns Aud states in alphabetical order and other information of immense value advertisers and news paper a Good Fiield who is enjoying a vacation trip in requesting the address of his daily be changed to another City in which he is now visiting writes one never knows How to appreciate the Home paper until one has been away for some Little i find myself looking As eagerly for the he scald As 1 do for my meals and the one seems As much a necessity As the Lena daughter of Joseph Aud Aunie died of brain fever at the Home of her parents on West loth Street at thursday the Little one was aged three eleven months and ten the funeral services took place at Matthews Church at nine Oclock sat urday interment in Catholic the new House of William Grazier on eighteenth Street was forcibly entered last night arid tools belonging to con tractor George Davison were carried to effect an Entrance the robbers smashed the rear door of the House to our citizens should keep their eyes open for burglars tonight As the probable purpose of the marauder last night was to Sec me tools wit which to ply the robbing business a burglary was committed at the store of John Corner tenth Street and Washington Friday Entrance was effected by pry ing open the front door with a chisel or some similar tit Money drawer was broken open and about 15 cents in change taken there some cigars and Small articles Are but nothing of any con sequence in Point of value was secured the Epworth league of the second Moth Diat Church la providing an excellent entertainment for tyrones Lov ers of High class riving november Sluti the Shumann lady Ivor Wentworth of will Appedu at the Academy of the Price of admission will be 35 and 50 cents and druggist Falck is Selling reserved seat tickets at his the second annual Tea by Tho ladies of Matthews Catholic Church will be Given in primers Arcade on thurs dry evening of this and promises to surpass in splendor Aud Opportunity for social enjoyment the in by this congregation on year the Hall will be neatly decorated and seasonable refreshments and supper will be a feature of the occasion will be a Bazaar at which there Vytill be a Fine display of fancy and useful Augustus of Holli is the most prominently mentioned Democrat thus far for appointment to John Deans Plad As president Jud tre for Blair county Jud fee Dean will resign to go upon the supreme Bench and governor Pattison will name his successor to serve until the people choose their own judge nex wants the some of his characteristic political contortions May now be tax collector Charles Wesley dough feeling that his sphere of business activity has Btu heretofore too narrowly of Friday last consummated an important Deal that places him in to Rones mercantile Dougherty has purchased Martin ller Sowri Sinur Aud tobacco store on tent of cruel and will henceforth women and some of the reasons Why smok ing makes women preside Over establishment with Taille tory famous women have smoked in times gone them George Marie Sarah Rorn Liard and Rosa was it not Thackeray who said that a woman hated a Cigar because she recognized in it her Chiefest rival it is Mere that is she does not hate it in and for convert the rival into an ully and she will learn to love and bless n the better regulated households where men Are allowed to smoke in the presence of their wives and Sisters and sweethearts ills conversion of an enemy into a Friend has already been it hath even happened to some favored ones among us to have our cigars lighted for us by a fair one imbibing the first puff and leaving a kiss and this opens out a wider when Bhe rival has become an ally shall we allow it to become something nearer and dearer we sit calmly by and watch it turn gradually into a companion in other shall to suffer women to smoke most men would answer unhesitatingly most women would Echo the in deed it is because men Are so certain of the Echo that they Are so bold and positive in their when we say most we mean of course most women in this but in the continent which contains this coun North is another Large to where the fairest and Sta Eliest Dames and damsels do not hesitate to puff the Dainty cigarette in the presence and with the full consent of their fathers and still farther South thera is a continent As Large As and in All the countries which diversify the surface of that continent the Spanish blood asserts itself in a similar for in Spain ladies have smoked since tobacco was first known to in Italy in in in the women of All classes smoke As a mat Ter of a female traveler in Italy tells of taking a venetian Gondola at Twilight and skim Ming under the Walls overhung with Sweet smelling where the cypresses Rise Black and straight above the White Arches of the water she cries How Tho tiny reel lights glow among the silent mov ing quickly hither and while White draperies Shine through the dusk and the murmur of voices mingles with the Swash of the water against the Wall and what Are these tiny red lights fire Glowworm it is Only the proud ladies of Tho descendants of doges acid merchant who dwell in the hanging gardens above the who Are smoking their evening cigarettes or while the angelas rings Over the City and the air grows heavy with the night sweetness of in the album of the Marchesa at there is written this the smoke of Famo is not Worth the Sioke of n and Tho signature to Tho sentiment is George the mean ing is n trifle does George Sand mean to say that Fame is evanescent As worthless As Sonio might deem the Sioke of a pipe to be worthless or some of the leading is a Small Inland but Uncle Jim Harris is one of those Sensi ble people who would rather be a big Toad in a Small puddle than a Small Toad in a Largo sized to is considered immensely Largo several Brick blocks and a real live unencumbered Bank being some of the items on his tax this Bank is the Apple of the old Roans and is named simply and unequivocally for himself Jim Harris during the Early heat of a Campaign an i prominent citizen of taking time by the started out with a petition for the appointment of himself As postmas Ter under the coming finding Uncle Jim on the Street candidate presented his asking the Bankers go chaffed the old 1 dont know nothing about your qualifications As a youre a too Early Bird the Worms aint up them selves the candidate id like you to look Over my i have the endorsement of some of the leading citizens of the Uncle Jim took the put on his glasses and read cashier Jim Harris Teller Jim Harris John auditor Jim Harris that was too much for the old taking his Pencil he with a Jim owner of Jim har Ris York poets All torn hypnotism and hypnotism does not directly concern us As regards its history until the time of its invasion of Western Europe a Little More than a Century it arrived there As mysteriously As a cholera and when the Swiss took it to Paris it Rose into popular favor As quickly As the Montgolfier then the sensation of the hour in the French with this Mesmer it will be profitable for the Reader in quest of the occult to become Well for the painful fact must be recorded that although we Are a Hundred years older in learning than he except for a few minor Points that our scientists have cleared up for we know but Little More of this mysterious Power than he taught the Beauty and Fash Ion of who sat about the tub of water in his and Rod in hand received the mesmeric All Paris flocked to the Herr doctors drawing until in alarm the acad Emy of own of Kite among him out of but the disease remained be Hind and the fair not yet diverted from amusement by the gathered surreptitiously Toper form the experiments which we now dignify with the patronage of societies like the International Congress of psychological and other associations bearing names of Learned length and thunderous such As would have de lighted with his weakness for York All the Blandishments of which he the Happy we v ish unbounded Marietta widow of Andrew died lit five Oclock sunday evening at her Home in uie Woomer stud invent two Miles from Bald of typhoid is survived by three daughters and l to William and John of Tyrone Jeunie Milton and a Ridgway of near Bald with Tib latter Sou she had made her funeral were conducted William Brill and Young at the Bald Eagle methodist Church at ten Oclock tuesday Nathaniel of Ilo overs met with u Peculiar Ami painful Accident one Day she had a pair of scissors in her while passing from one room to the door shut against her in such a manner As to run the scissors Blades into the flesh of the left they entered to the depth of several the Blades being slightly and were then cutting off the main the blood flowed profusely and her physician found great difficulty in stopping its the lady was greatly reduced from the loss of but her injury resulted in no permanent sunday afternoon about one Oclock Isabella Waite who resides on Washington Avenue Between eighth and ninth was the victim of an unfortunate she was driving a cow into the stable when the animal which is of a rather vicious turned upon striking her though not Goring Waite was thrown heavily against tin suffering a painful and serious injury to the head find bruises which affected her entire she is now confined to her and having sustained a slight concussion of the her injuries Are of a serious november has been fixed As the time for the formal dedication of the new second methodist episcopal Church located on the Corner of a Colum Bia Avenue and eighteenth the dedicatory Sermon will be preached by Bishop Cyrus of Phila one of the first men of the methodist episcopal and by him the Church will be formally Dedica a platform meeting will be held in the at which it is expected that the presid ing Thomas of and others will deliver and on sunday evening e president of Dickinson sem will preach further announcements will be made from time to does she mean Sweet As Fame May is i there is still More grateful sweetness lingering in the fumes that hover about the Meerschaum and the Brierwood probably Tho for George Sand was a valiant in her hot when she wished to emphasize her hatred of conventional she had smoked pipes and in her Mellow when she smoked for pleasure and not for she confined herself entirely to Orrin her life of Robert Brown ing tells How the with that other his called upon George Sand in Paris and found her smoking a Browning was charmed with the Grace and delicacy exhibited by this Vota Ress of Tho Weed in the Pursuit of her favorite she enthusiastically declared that in the hands of a True Devo tee of the better sex a cigarette might be made As potent an instrument of coquetry and fascination As the fan is in the hands of a japanese at present in the More or less Bohemian circles of writers and smok no is very widely tolerated among parisian Marie Bashkir Seff it Hlll be and she was More of parisian than a even the staid and highly respectable Rosa Bonheur knows what it is to enjoy a quiet whiff rom a turkish or a Spanish As Sarah course she t is her Delight to dress herself up in mens clothes when at work in and to assume All other masculine habits with her in the Days of the Empire smoking was even More prevalent ban did not the Empress spaniard to the the fashion is then Tho supposed i delicacy of Femi nine smoking a matter of latitude and Longitude by no it is a matter of time was when no one held to habit to be two centuries ago no geographical divisions marked where the lady must cease to smoke or cease to be n then the most highly the int the most charming ladies of e and smoked with the they used tobacco in other master the Well meaning Puri panic who in 1033 wrote an attack upon the stage called informs us that in his Day ladies at Tho theater were offered the tobacco pipe in lieu of which appear to have been the Staple Between the acts refreshments and a French one Tore in do who published his journal in informs us that he found smoking was a general custom in England As wet among women As among both sexes holding that life would be intolerable without because they say it dissipates the evil Humours of the alter the ladies stopped smoking the took to women of a Cen Tury or less could not stir without their Little jewelled enamelled receptacles of an eighth of an ounce or so of mild Queen Anne snuffed is did her Grace of Hena lord Bolingbroke famous the nation is governed by a pair of snuffers no wonder the Light of its glory is Extin York the Devonshire false modesty is no detect of the Devon Shire As was observed by a de voted Patriot at one of those metropolitan reunions where men of the West this Empire of ours broadly speak be said to consist of a Vag has remarked that what Devon thinks Oday not Ody else thinks that probably an exaggerated View of the but the West like he Hasa Sublime belief in the superiority of his own he regards he outer to employ the words of hat authority whom i have already As tacked on to forma kind of make compliments upon Beauty if the coast line and bal miness of Atmos phere he receives with a gracious self pos of course it is course t is it is the Patriot swells with Pride that his treets Are built of Limestone instead of horrid Buric that his womankind bake puddings instead of bread that he Sells Lis fruit by the quart instead of by the and that his eggs and Cream cannot be excelled in the civilized you ask him How it is Gre engages Are not perfected Aston other he retorts by asking you what Cherry growing coun will produce his Brandy a Buzzards or where cider and Perry can be found of hat Samson strength which baffles the aspirations of Temperance Don he must come Thomas Nelson Page says that some fears ago he was shown a worn and faded letter written on old Confederate paper with Pale Confederate it had been Akes from the breast pocket of a dead private Soldier of a Georgia regiment after sue of the Battles around it was from his they must have been Plain and illiterate for it was badly written and badly in it she told him that she loved him that she had always loved him since they had gone to school together in the Little school House in the Woods that she was sorry she had always treated him so and that if to would get a furlough and come 0he would marry As if fearful that this temptation might prove too Strong to be she scrawled a Little postscript across the Blue Confederate Sheet dont Conie without a for if you dont come honorable i wont marry baby Tho doctrine of original sin is a difficult one to taking the world at Largo into but it is one which baby aged Twenty three steadily and sturdily refuses to admit into his to mow i Lay with the utmost Fervour and in a language of his which Only audacity of n Mother would claim to mean he asks Doil to Bess every one of his relatives to the fort fourth not forgetting his pet cat Ami Tho unclean rag but when Mamma please make Jack a Good Muster Jack says Das in a response As Earnest As that of any Good methodist Das Means and Jack thinks to is in Good and no moral suasion can induce him to suggest to Providence that there is the slightest necessity for making York commotion in Chicago among the reaped contemporaries of the poets and authors of Chicago Are in a state of violent it seems that when the news of Tennyson death reached this City a reporter for the time was sent out to interview the local and authors to ascertain if possible whether the Litte raters of Chicago regretted the demise of the poet the reporter interviewed miss the poetess of the worlds fair Uncle Joe author of Zury and other and Francis editor of the these three and none other did the reporter and the consequence is that the ninety and nine Litte raters who were not interviewed Are madder than wet and there is no telling where their fury will it is not they Ahjit mrs Monroe and Uncle Joe and Browne should a have expressed regret at lord Tennyson death who constituted these three a the in behalf of upon lord Tennyson merits at least a fair proportion of the whole number of literary producers should have been consulted As it Only three out of the whole number were and of these three Only one was a member of the Chi Cago literary Well leave it to Lyman Gage if this was fair or to Frank Lin or to author of a cursory history of the the authors and poets had a Moss meet ing on the Lake Stanley author of a Man and a pre and the eminent was inflammatory speeches were made by Ernest Mcgaff author of with Rod and gun John author of the toilers Dja dem Opie author of a Tucky colonel George author of the Standard cantatas George Hor author of songs of the and Many the following were appointed a committee to wait upon Carter Harrison and to ask him to show if after the affront Given by his newspaper to the literary Industry of this he should not be Defeated for mayor next Spring Edward author of Wayside author of a guide to Halsam member of the Chicago literary Herbert author of the five cent exposition Rosabel the Sweet Singer of Goose Hiram member of the Chicago literary Ajax author of Homeric study along the beeswax member of the Chicago literary Sophrowia the uncrowned Sappho of the West Belvidere president of the amalgamated order of South Side epic poets and Boswell member of the Chi Cago literary we have it upon the authority of several of those gifted people that if the committee Ever does make a report it will be a an old Man and his wife were on i Steamer Between Blackpool and thelml of As the sea was rather and the old woman unaccustomed to so said to her husband this ship is going Down never said her husband it int monster prehistoric at present the Moon is Miles away from our Globe but there was a time when it was Only on sixth part of that distance say about Miles that time must of a necessity have corresponded to some great terrestrial Geo logical epoch probably it was at the time when the a Zoon at the present time the average height of the tides the world Over is Only about three feet in the faraway time alluded to when the Moon was Only Miles away they were 216 times is High As at or 648 feet in such a tide As that would Wash Louis Oil the face of the throw a flood of sea water sixty one feet High on the Chicago water works Tower and drown out almost every place of importance in the United three Quarter tide would leave but a few of the tallest chimneys and Spires in Louis above and a full tide would run Well up into the wineries of but this would Only last for a few hours at a time in less than five hours whole of this vast flood would have not Only would it leave Missouri and All of the remainder of the United states High and but would probably Drain the Gulf of Mexico and leave a gravel and Shell paved path from the Mouth of the Mississippi to Cuba and a few dry hours would pass and then the whole Laud would Guin be Only to soon be these mighty tides Are the gifts which modern astronomers have made to the working machinery of the who can doubt that they constituted a terrific Power while aiding in the work of stratify Louis schmidts Joseph a Butcher of killed a Good sized Duck the other there a nothing remarkable in but the Story that is being told about it is certainly it is that from its Giz Zard the Butcher took at least 500 tacks and Small As Well As number of Small pieces of the size of a Quarter of a the Duck had walked about carried this Load and when it was taken out it was tightly wedged and compressed into a bound York Thackeray pall the Shady Side of which was the favorite haunt of the beaus and dandies of the was familiar to who began and finished the Luck of Barry Lyndon while stay ing in Lamch no More congenial District could stave been found for the worldly minded old who loved to station himself in the great window of Bays Bow window of with half a score of old Bucks similarly recreating fogies pen unkindly should be set up in Wax it Tussaud in a chamber of horrors by the Side of club life is admirably portrayed to the Book of a member of the ath Eromm and the re Thackeray was particularly partial to the smoking room of Tho Garrick then situated in King Cove it Gar it was at the annual Diuver held on Shakespeare that he said Happy speak of it As the Tirrick to us it is the the Little this Dearest Placeit the a Custlow in the the Only Man in the world who lives in a mansion built in the air is an american the building in question is situated it it is Over 800 feet and is supported by massive Iron immense gardens surround the remind by one of the legendary suspended gardens of baby Access to the Luibil Diu is obtained by a Gigantic and communication with the town is by tit Maine Mackerel tune the steamers along the Maine coast pick up huge cargoes of dried codfish and canned Tho canned Mackerel de signed for the Western where people never see real Salt water a Mackerel Are but the Supply of
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