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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
The Tyrone Herald it is argued that such a Law would greatly reduce the Borough taxes by get in your Winter put up a letter Box at your when love has the Power it will Al ways when you find yourself Gett Higdon hearted look self Possession a another name for the bad thing about Little sins is that they wont stay a wrong principal is As wrong in politics As it is in a mean Man can Jet but he cant stay mean Aud keep whoever improves his opportunities will soon be improved by Farmers should set their shot guns and Bull dogs Lor poultry never step Over one duty to perform take them As they miss Magie of is the guest of miss Daisy of 911 seventeenth Altoona Janaes of Centre is visiting friends in she is the and Samuel Barr and hrs William of potters Centre is a visitor at the Home of Aud William Boll Inger on Washington the Bull remedy in this Issue advertise their famous remedy whose Woi k in the past has proved their assertion that Catarrh can be Harper desires to return Bis Earnest thanks to his May Tyrone friends Tor appreciated sympathy and kindnesses rendered in bin Laie be George Hopton of this who Cut Bis hand recently with a piece of was taken to the Altoona Hospital sunday evening for treatment for blood chief Snyder dispatched a Small dog with his revolver sunday morning of Avenue near tenth the canine was suffering from something that indicated Michael Farrell and of Rey arrived in town saturday to visit Brothers and Farrell is and freight agent of Allegheny Valley Railroad at Edwin Purcell and of after a pleasant visit at the parsonage of the first returned Home his address at the prayer meeting was very much As fast line passed Huntingdon last the newsboy aboard called All the latest Felinore Coop ers Pioneer and last of the Mohi cans just out the newsboy knew where was the Goose Bone is nearly All White this and those who know say the result will be that the Snow will be on the ground from Early december until late in a blustery Winter is boys who Are in the habit of marking and otherwise defacing the Walls of the first Church would do Well to desist from further practice of the Nuis or they May be taught a lesson which they will not forget for a Henry John Ste wait and Jesse the first a the last two of and Allex pert slight hand the first for gain and the last two for amusement and As pure were registered at the Lochiel Harris Burg the Secretary of agriculture will Send a circular to All county commissioners this week calling their attention to the act of Assembly requiring them to appoint persons to ferret out and punish persons guilty of causing Forest As far As possible the department will enforce the Clarence of and miss Mary of were married last thursday evening by Rue at the Columbia Avenue they will go to House keeping on fifteenth we wish them a Long Aud prosperous voyage of the matrimonial of Hunt Ingdon caught an unusually wild cat in his trap in Diamond Valley Friday it measured 54 inches in from the front feet to the Hind this makes the seventh wild cat that Swope has Dis patched thus far this the Many people who passed by the modes looking barrels Aud boxes stand ing on the pavement in front of aval ton ackins store today hardly realized that thousands of dollars Worth of valuables were stored away within these homely it was the first consignment of their Holiday Johnny Homer has been taken into the Coon destroying association on pro saturday morning about the break of after taking a lesson on tramping Over the Hills All night under president Garner and two Ringtail became the property of the Trio in the hollow just above East to Hollidaysburg citizens Are advocating the enactment of an ordinance imposing a poll tax or License fee upon every Tele Telephone or Street railway corporation doing business in that providing a Revenue from these outside in speaking of the great Powell the new York april Powell is one of the few magicians whose work is original and Clever and he has an attractive personality and his Are beyond the Domain of the Ordinary Powell will appear at the Academy next thursday a Young Man up on fifteenth Street stood on his head the other Day and ornamented his premises by painting Bis House number on the naturally enough he got a figure 3 lower end the Young Man upon discovering where he was said really a few times then walked away in the Tussey Mountain mining and smelting company May yet have a Bonanza in its Mineral Plant near Hen Rietta in this recently an analysis of the Puld bearing Quartz was and it was found to assay to the car this is equal to the Best even in the most notable Gold the Indiana county commissioners have issued seven Hundred orders for witnesses in the judicial election con test whose pay will aggregate there Are still four Hundred witnesses who have not yet called for their besides these Are the expenses of the judges which the state will have to m Ganoe will deliver his lecture on what a boy saw in the at the Academy of music on Friday december under the auspices of Post the proceeds will be for the Benefit of the Pott Charity Ganoe enlisted for the War from this town in and his lecture is a Good in court at Hollidaysburg last on motion of Owens of was appointed As guardian of the minor children of Arthur his Bond for was Arthur of was appointed As guardian of the minor children of his Bond for was the ladies of Matthews Congre gation will serve dinner Aud supper of thanksgiving novem and there will be continuous Opportunity for a Square from 1 to 10 Turkey with All the Neces sary concomitants will make up the feast to be spread before single ticket will Cost 75 cents ticket for probably the oldest Boot Lack in the United states resides in Bedford his name is Nelson Gates and he was 99 years of age in and judging from his present state of he is Good for several years he is a familiar figure around the court where he picks up a comfortable living for a Large family by shining shoes and doing Odd jobs in the different besides Macada Mizing a goodly por Tion of Lincoln Morris is extending his liberality by grading Aud Macada Mizing thirteenth Street from Lincoln to Washington materially improving the the Street in that Section will be the very Best and is a tribute to the Public spirit of Morris who is Mak ing the improvement entirely at Bis own miss Clara formerly a teacher in the Tyrone Public and a lady highly esteemed among her Large Circle of died on tues november of typhoid at her 62 Lesaca in which City she had been engaged As teacher in the High she was aged 40 the funeral took place Friday from her borne residence at Somerset the great who will appear at the Academy of music november will produce an entire change of program this introducing Many new and novel among which Are the natural growth of the Flag of All the Gre Cian slave spiritual Noah Ark in which Ani Mals of All descriptions Are be sides the Many other mysterious ill a lady Uptown yesterday set up a lunch to a tramp which included a cup of hot served with milk but no the tramp upon sampling the Coffee leaned Back in his chair and in formed the lady that he would like to have some that he was not used to drinking Coffee the roadster was promptly informed that he would drink it that Way or not at so he gulped it Down and went his Way Grum bling As a sewing machine who is a is travelling through Cambria says the Ebensburg mount he examines a and either deftly Breaks a part while the owner has gone for Coal Oil for or substitutes a broken part which he car Ries with charging a Good round sum for replacing he has taken several Hundred dollars from country people throughout the and oper ated last about the Story of the scottish Reforma Tion As told and illustrated by h Monroe and made realistic by the impersonations of historic characters of the period by Young ladies and gentle men of our own town is one abounding in it is clothed with great the costumes worn by the ladies will be exceedingly the Puritan men and maids Are the students and puritans will consist of tyrones Best musical some months Stonebraker who was burned out on monday morn lived in a property on Columbia Avenue not far from twentieth and during his residence there lightning struck the Chimney of his passed Down the flue to the cellar and running across the basement Tore a Hole in the Wall and passed out of the no injury was done to anything except the Chimney and about ten Dol Lars paid the expense of Morris is making a decided improvement to the Roadway of Lincoln Avenue from thirteenth North a half Square toward fourteenth All at his own the unsightly bump in the Street was dug the dirt being Given to the Borough for fill then a thick bed of ballast from Morris quarries was spread upon the Street and packed by his heavy Rol this is receiving a top of screen giving a finely macadamia de the Semi annual meeting of the homoeopathic medical society of Central was held at the Ward House tuesday Howard of is president of the of is and of is corresponding the meeting is held for the purpose of discussing matters pertain ing to the the netting is Well attended by physicians of the homoeopathic school from the various sections of the a company of progressive Tyrone business men have purchased from David the originator and for May years the manufacturer of bulls Catarrh his prescription for compounding that famous Aud this company Are preparing to manufacture Aud Market it on a Large it is a remedy of proved Efficacy which should bring Comfort to the dolorous and dollars to the the of ii cers of the new company James Aud Milton major state Dairy and food is making Good headway in his War to Stop the Sale of Oleo mar Garine in the the discovery of imitation butter by his agents is reported to the department from different sections of the a visit of agent Moore recently to Sharou and Sharps Burg Cost certain merchants of those boroughs several Hundred he silently swooned Down on the merchants in the two towns and As a result four arrests were made in Sharpsburg and three in they were fined each for Selling lawyer spanic made a strenuous Effort last week to have his William and Lucinda proprietors of the White horse re leased from further imprisonment in the county to the argument of Spang Bis Honor replied you May bring your clients before the court and i will sentence but i do not propose to release them it is needless to say that the lawyer did not press the application for release any who is an Gray haired was associated with lawyer Dively As counsel for the Ellis and Lewis Reese and Noel spent thursday tramping the Woods in the Vicinity of cold Stream adjacent to Sandy Hunting was find ing but catching the party travelled All from morn ing till nearly without finding As much moisture As would wet their All the Little Springs and streams being As dry As Punk in a Clear warm the Logan Hunting club will move upon the game of that Region on the 20th and then the big Buck that ran through Sandy Ridge the other Day and All the other game will Well to skedaddle for some other Mary Fisher died of old age at Oclock sunday morning at the residence of her George at deceased was aged 79 11 months and 13 she was born in Germany where her husband and three children Are and one son one Lizzie also the latter came to America Twenty eight years and her Mother came five years since making her Home with and the funeral services at the late Home of the de ceased were conducted at 2 on monday by pastor of the German lutheran interment at Esq and manager John representing the Phoenix Telephone com Pany were in Tow tuesday afternoon on business concerning the Extension of the company wires into an office for the Exchange has been secured on the second Story of the Stevens Owens building on South Pennsylvania and locations fixed for the poles leading from there out of town by Way of Alley k and Garden Alley k i Between tenth Street and the and Garden Alley is Between Washington and Park the work of setting the poles to begin at once and it is proposed to have the line connected with the system in Altoona within two Japan is a land without the Domestic animal sit is this Laek which strikes the stranger so forcibly in looking upon japanese there Are no cows the japanese neither drink milk nor eat there Are but few and these Are imported mainly for the use of wagons Are pulled and pushed by and the pleasure carriages Are drawn by there Are but few and these Are neither used As watch beasts of nor in Hunting except by for foreigners will soon break up this they will place the american hog there to squeal Tor food and to become and others will take cats there to sing on Sheds Oft in the Stilly they will have Ani William the great sinking Valley Coon was in town Satur and had on exhibition at his Wagon on the Street two one contain ing Twentyfive pelts and the other one among the number contained in the Large Robe is the skin of a Black a rare animal in these the Pelt of which is much More valuable than that of the Gray Bill is the greatest single hand Coon Catcher in Blair the Coon destroying association people not thus far this year he has gathered in nine and the season has not been As prolific As with the merest fraction of a Chance Bill is sure to tote a Coon Home every time he lets himself and his Ever Alert dog Loose on Brush Mountain adjoining his Hillside Home in the under the Road Law passed by the late Connecticut legislature eighty towns have applied to the state High Way commission for the authorized the state pays on third of the the county a third and the town a the appropriation is not equal to the demands made on the Connecticut Law differs from the new Jersey Law in levying no special tax assessment on the abutting property so that poorer localities which need the Benefit most will not be deterred from applying for by this legislation connect Cut is brought into line with new Jer sey in the Good Road and in Advance of new York and Massachi while says the Philadelphia has no rating As a Rood Road having not yet made even a about two Hundred persons by invitation attended the Musicale Given in pruners Hall saturday afternoon by Josephine of the Mountain Seminary assisted by Anna Horton miss Louise John Gates and Frank Smith rendered hark hark the tech i Koi skis Caprice Gates violin Vialas was a delightful and the talented Young Man accompanied miss Hoog also in a Waring Sang at his Best both in his and in beware duet with miss the latter Sang two solos sus Taining her High reputation for vocal the select audience was thoroughly pleased with the after Noons death of by a Britt Laura is the message sorrow and pain Are passed she sweetly bleeps in Jesus at Home with Christ at to be with that dear the one she loves the Best to sit and sing at his dear feet How supremely Blest no pain or suffering there in that Blest Home above but Joy and peace forever More and the Sunshine of gods to Many hearts and saddened Homes gods messengers come they Bear our loved ones to the where they receive a no grief nor sorrow enter in that Bright Home 10 o Blissful rest i o wondrous sleep i so free from pain and the Valley of the Shadow of death had lost its fear and she could pass through it and Inch Rist Rise from the dead today the redeemed ones close by his Laura Waits to Welcome who in his bosom o patient o tender one with love so Strong Aud to some pure ones me thou gravest for they can walk so lifes rough and rugged Way and Trust in god though Clouds Are Dull and the margin of that River washing up its Silver Spray she could abide with while ebbed her life Sweet Faith Strong Hope pure love in the atoning blood May we All be washed and made White in the Crimson flood the poet says there is no tis just the beginning of to Lay Down the Cross to Wear the and the end of pain and death is indeed a great consoler when he lays his hand on a heart he heals it in the Arm where none shall o mourning hearts be comforted the meeting then shall be at farthest but a Little while till we our Home shall George Shank George Shank died at Bis Home near Bald Eagle Furnace on thursday after noon at 2 Oclock from an affection of the from which he had suffered a number of but was Only con fined to his bed about nine the funeral occurred services were held by Savls of the at the late Home of the deceased at 10 saturday and immediately thereafter the remains were conveyed to the warriors Mark cemetery for deceased was born and raised in War rior Smark and was 78 2 months and 8 Days old when he he lived in Tyrone a number of but the past fifteen years of his Lite had been spent in the he was married three daughters and one son namely Conrad and Jonathan of Irvin of Al Aud who lived at Home with his now about 17 years whose Mother is also will hereafter make his Home with who will educate two Brothers and one sister also sur Vive the namely Samuel Shank of John Shank of Belle and John Bare of deceased was a Soldier in the late fifty two As a general thing investors Are pleased to receive Only two and if they Are paid with Ity Are fully when can receive fifty two dividends in a year upon an investment of Only three the matter deserves very serious the Independent of new York for fort seven years has held the first Tion among the great religious literary and family weeklies of the it presents features for the coming year far in Advance of any heretofore it has the leading contributors of the it prints the Best it has Twenty one departments edited by devoted to Fine biblical sunday the Independent is particularly fitted for intelligent whether professional business men or and for their it costs but six cents a and gives a great Deal for the a subscriber receives fifty two dividends a the subscription Price of the inde pendent is Only three dollars a or at that Rale for any Patt of a and a Sample copy will be sent to any person free by addressing the new York a big Black a Bear is said to have been loitering about the Woods in the Vicinity of the Grazier farms just Over Brush Mountain from the animal has been seen several so the Story but on each occasion the fellow who saw Bruin happened to be and was afraid to tackle him with his fists or a one night Stover heard something among his thinking it was a dog he proceeded to Chase him away when he Dis covered that it was a Bear in the the Man was so Bruin was Given lots of space for one night Alexander Trimble was walking along the Road on his Way and near stovers Home Bruin appeared at the Side of the was in having Bis legs along soon widened the distance Between himself and the is sure it was a Bear and a Black Jim trim ble got a glimpse of his bears hip one but like the other Fellows was unarmed and the same night that Jim saw the Bear he came to town and had a lot of his comrades of the Sheridan troop almost in the notion of going out for the purpose of putting several 45 calibre holes in the they doubted Jim a Little and didst but the Bear is said to be Aud some night hell wish be had been somewhere so the Fellows say who frequently scour the Woods for in a circular issued by the first assistant postmaster general mention is made of the approaching Holiday season and the number of extra packages that Are sent to the dead letter office because of the insufficiency of the postage or be cause they Are not admissible to the the Public is cautioned in the circular to inquire at the Post office if in the further states that sealed packages require letter rates Aud that packages unsealed with writ ing on the inside in the nature of Cor Aalo require the same under the postal rules certain articles of sealed or to foreign countries Are sent to the dead letter office unless fully prepaid at the foreign letter and Many articles of Are absolutely prohibited transmission in the the depart ment cautions the Public to inquire before the veterans of the Logan Bunting with several raw recruits made a Bee line for six mile run Over the Mountain in Centre county yester Day the arrangements for the Outing have been in course of manufacture for several Days they Are and the Hunters Are in High glee Over the prospective big time before they have a code of Laws that must be hence strict discipline prevails while in Camp and on the following is a list of the gentlemen composing the party Michael my George George Jonathan Calder Frank Templeton Aud they will remain out two weeks then return Home with a sufficient fund of information to make rehearsals during the Long Winter nights which Are a Warrior smart h acting Edwin Wilson Howard Scott John Isaac Clarence Lemon and William Richey comprised the party of Jolly and Stalwart warriors Mark Young men who returned thursday from an eight Days Hunt in Detwiler a favorite camping ground be tween Broad Mountain and Long Moun seven Miles from Mcalevy William Gibbony and Harry heftier joined the party at their the boys had an excellent time and Good two Deer were killed during their Bath falling before Devores unerring innumerable squirrels were the sunday out was spent by Hutchison and Devore with Benjamin Crownover and family who treated the boys among the sights seen and novel to them was the famous Hill one of the most Beautiful spots in the adverted advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Post office Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the office for one week without being called after being letters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed Are to the dead letter office at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the week ending saturday 16 ladies Ettote Huth Mary Kosten Booter miss Maggie gentlemen More effective than the Keely a great crowd bad gathered on a prominent Corner of sixth watching the antics of an unfortunate who had imbibed too freely in remnants from the Beer he was indeed a sore looking specimen piece of unkempt Large Glossy eyes and his wearing apparel showed years of he was undergoing a scene of delirium Kremens and in his Lively scrimmages imagined a swarm of snakes surrounded while Many of the crowd laughed and jeered at the unfortunate others expressed their one individual boldly stepped up to the clutching him with a grip which he could not before any of the spectators could comprehend what he was about he had extracted from the drunkards coat a huge some two feet in after pass ing this one to a gentleman beside he extracted several others of lesser the sight of the actual not Only sobered the now frightened tramp but brought Forth from him a sudden Resolution to forever abstain from the cause of his present the crowd now assembled numbered several Hundred persons and so cleverly bad the trick been done that before they could recover themselves the Snake producer had there happened to be one who had the individual and he was kept Busy for some Little time explaining that it was the great Powell who had performed the it May be said that not a few who witnessed the occurrence Are today under the firm impression that it was not a a per son with supernatural Powell will be in Tyrone miss Minnie Friday miss Lizzie Heitzig miss Stella miss Jennie miss Elta miss Virginia Lla Guiro Philip Homer Leslie thud goo Saul James the Tyrone Box factory is now pretty Well settled at the new quarters in the Mullen building on East tenth it is an Industry that May swell to very Large proportions some cat Arr Vin cuty Fisk do not Dally with get rid of it at once by purifying tie blood with hoods be sure to get directions Lor using apply a particle of tie Liam directly Trio at Tor a moment draw Strong breath through the use three times a after meals before Elys cd Kulu balk opens and cleanses the nasal allays pain and in pal Flik had univ la we uhf protects the membrane trom restores the of Tasto and Trio Waltn a quickly absorbed and gives Rollet at Price at or by bit Warren new
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