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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
1vto by capital news from National Headquarters by our own demo cratic cackling Over the september Treasury statement is about As silly a thing us a lot of grown men could be guilty when considered in connection with the actual known to All those who Are conversant with the situation and easily accessible to during the month of september the receipts of the government were slightly in excess of the but that does not As some ill informed democrats Are that the receipts of the government have grown to be As Large As its not at of being favor Able to the is decidedly the heaviest payments of the government Are made Early in the beginning july Jan uary 1 and april consequently the smallest expenditures Are for the last months of the septem december and this is to a Large under All adm Nistra but it has been particularly so under the because of the sys tem of withholding payments during the half of the quarters for the purpose of misleading the country As to the state of the Public which has been such a marked feature of the Cleveland last april the re under the exceeded the it was the same in the excess for that month being about More than for september and it Ivill doubtless be the same for de esp Tii All tiie while unit annual of tacit Lias been steadily and it will continue to climb until the re publican Congress takes hold and passes the legislation necessary to in crease the revenues of the through a revision of the democratic Tariff which democratic Treasury officials openly acknowledge will never provide All the Money needed to run the govern when you wish to know the actual condition of the Treasury do not take figures specially juggled for any single but take them for the outre for on the democratic Tariff Law had been in effect for one what sort of a showing was made during that year Here Are the figures made by Ujj socratic officials the total receipts were and the total expenditures now a very simple example in subtraction will show that the deficit for the year was a sum nearly equal to what was received from that foreign Syndicate for the last Issue of this int partisan but a statement of hard that these facts demonstrate the incapacity the democratic party to successfully administer the affairs of the government is but that is Only so much the worse for the democratic which is responsible for these disagreeable speaking of Bond any one can easily ascertain by comparison of the available Cash in the Treasury just be fore the first Bond Issue with the amount of available Cash on hand today that tue three Bond while ostensibly Suade to replenish the Gold were in reality made to obtain the Money to meet the in the receipts of the Treasury brought about by democratic uni government and attempts to put the country upon a free to ado it is no exaggeration to Eay that had the democrats when they came into Power officially announced their intention to let the Mckinley Tariff there would have been no Bond issues and no although has known from the Day that Schofield be came the commander of the army that he would retire under the age limitation yesterday 1895 he has allowed him to retire without designating his and until be does duties of commander of the army will devolve upon Secretary who knows less about handling troops than a newly appointed Cadet to West general Nelson As senior should be com Mander of the but it is said that Cleveland does not wish him to have it because be believes him to be a and that he even con templates leaving the position vacant in order to deprive Miles of the Honor of holding every Day something turns up to accentuate the desperate condition of senator Gorman and Bis the latest is the refusal of his registration officers to allow a number of republicans who own valued All the Way from to in Mary but do business in Raster in that a test Case will be taken to the courts but As Gorman controls the courts largely there int much Hope of accomplishing anything further than putting them on rapid growth of the Finger nails is considered to indicate Good october Twenty ninth slight repairs for a number of years past Borough councils have been Active and exercised Good judgment in work upon our streets until we have neuter and better thoroughfares than any town of tyrones size in the Central Purt of the but just now it would be Well if a Little attention was Given to bad places in some of our Well made along the business part of tenth Street a num Ber of Low places might be repaired with Little while if left go for another season much More expense would be required to effect the necessary the same May be said of portions of Pennsylvania Avenue and other streets that Are Well made but need slight re pairing the Wear upon a Street or Road a much More rapid when irregular than when level and As a wheel dropping into a depression does so with considerable Force and therefore cuts into the irregular surface much More rapidly than it does the level the practice of leaving the streets in bad condition by those who dig into them to Lay water or Gas pipe still pre vails to some we can see no reason Why a Tyrone Street cannot be put in As Good condition after being dug up As the thoroughfare in Philadelphia or any other City or a flagrant Sample of this careless Way of leaving the Street after digging a ditch across it May be seen on East tenth Street near the new Marble Yard of As remarked Tyrone councils have been faithful in the discharge of their but there is just now some need of slight repairs to save larger expense later and it be a Good thing to have the ordinance relating to excavations enforced a Little More kilted a monday morning about half past 5 Oclock Sherman Rodgers shouldered his gun and Betook himself to the Woods in the neighbourhood of North Wood in quest of squirrels and wild in the dim Light of the Early morning As he quietly moved through the Woods with eyes and ears wide a Bear sprang to his feet some Yards in front of him Ami made haste to get out of the but Sherman was too Quick for one Load from the gun brought the animal to the but he was up again in an instant and made a second Effort to he had Only run a few before Sher Man again had him on Range of the sights of his and at the touch of the trigger his bears hip fell a second time never to Rise the Bear is a More than half arid was perhaps in the second year of his one Hind Lee is caused by a wound of some probably he had been shot and crippled by some one who failed to draw As Good a Bead in him As did his Slayer this the Bear is on exhibition at the meat Market of la Neubacher Epworth league the Epworth league Institute in the first methodist episcopal Church proved to be perhaps the Best of the six that were the program was fully carried out with one Kapp finding it impossible to be present was substituted by whose address on Why a denominational society f bristled with of spoke Well on the Epworth league and methodist and Pas Tor Gilbert emphasized the leagues relation to editor of the Philipsburg was both Happy and forceful in his remarks on the importance of developing the department of spiritual elder surprised and pleased his Many friends by an admirable paper on the Epworth league and Sabbath Obser while Stevens made telling hits on miss Lizzie Akers Earnest words on social purity will not soon be the Sermon by Miller fittingly closed the robbery la the seventh sometime after Midnight sunday morning thieves entered the Home of Samuel Williams on eighteenth Street in the seventh they first broke a bean pole from Ward Stonebraker Garden and with this pole they raised the Kitchen window of Williams gaining Entrance and ransacking the Bouse without being heard by All the Money taken was the savings of Williams Little besides the thieves took a coat and Mouth Organ and pocket and a pie and pie no clue 10 the robbers has been during a Thunder it is pointed the inhabitants of houses should not remain in the Kitchen or other rooms where fire is burning in the As the heated gases from the Chimney top provide a line of and this is so whether the House be provided with lightning toys or David Meradith and miss Minnie Hampton United in marriage at the Home of William Meradith and family on West fifteenth at 8 wednesday Gil Bert performed the neat and impressive ceremony that United in marriage Dav id Harrison Meradith and miss Minnie Viola Misa Mertie a close Friend of the Bride was brides maid and William brother of the played the part of grooms Robed in White with a pretty bouquet of White Flowers in hand the Bride presented a picture of real Beauty As she stood at the altar and firmly an swered the questions propounded by the officiating while her chosen husband stood proudly by her Side an Wering questions without Fauer or Robed in White with Pink Flowers in the bridesmaid added to the fullness of the picture As she silently stood at the Side of her and the with Bis natural look of but with a twinkle of mirth resting in his rounded up the Little group that must Lave struck the officiating who stood at a convenient distance in front of being one of rare Beauty and Worth As As it did those who were gathered in the Meradith parlor to witness the the guests of the Occas cd numbered about and consisted of relatives of the contracting parties and a few of their mostly residents of but a few were from my Houtz Daleand the eldest of the party being the Grandfather of the David now 82 years who by the Way secured his Good share of the mirth and jollity of the of after the party sat Down to an altogether enjoyable collation which was dispatched in die following which a few hours were spent in Mirthful conversation before an adjournment sent All hands to their respective the Joung who is is a splendid Yount to deft but Well tilted for the new and responsible place she Lias of her put Speaks in the highest a source of endorsement highly complimentary to one who is just assuming the responsible role of the Groom is the son of and William a worthy Young Man of industrious and clean he is the trusted operator in charge of the Pennsylvania Railroad company office at after a visit of a few Days among friends of the Bride at and Meradith will establish a Home at where their Many friends earnestly wish them Comfort and happiness in their most Complete a week among did you Ever take a trip from Tyrone to Bellefonte through half Moon Valley by storm town i and no other trip Ever afforded so much i never came in on a Lime run so heavy tis True that after you leave Marengo the country is somewhat Gray slightly patterned until you drop into Paradise then it is meekly but the people no country affords a More More conversant and More hospitable people than this fruit of All and cider surround you on All i was shown relics of every description from two Hundred years ago up to sixty consisting of and at Samuel matters sixty loads of apples were ground on a Jersey and pressed in one producing three thousand Gallons of David and George each have from fifteen Hundred to two thousand bushels of apples and perhaps each one thousand bushels of now George Mattern is a rheumatic invalid and has been for fifteen having been confined to his bed for seven he accepts his affliction is Jovial and the friends should visit him he enjoys your Scotia is eluded in but 1 cannot attempt to commence i have often wondered Why John Mattern assumes such dignity among us Why his Eyrie is one thousand feet above us and twelve Hun dred feet higher than he lives in a and you can look out of his Back window and see the Buffalo rundown through the an Idaho editor having been asked if he had Ever seen a Bald headed replied we never nor did we see a woman Waltzing around town in her shirt sleeves with a Cigar Between her we have never seen a woman go fishing with a bottle in her hip sit on the Damp ground All Day and go Home drunk at nor have we seen a woman yank off her coat Aad swear she could lick any Man in god bless her she aint built that 1 i horse racing arrangements have been largely completed for the series of Home horse races at woodies driving Park next it is going to be a great Day for the local sports and doubtless Many lovers of horse flesh will be Here from a distance to the exhibition of Tyrone there will be three big for which the following gentiles have been made 3 minute class Nancy sporting Miller 8150 class 1 Mannle Bay Maud 2year Olds ill Belle Flora the property of George will give an exhibition other free for will furnish an Opportunity for everybody to reap Honoris of the the races will take rain or and a gala Day is assured for All who Tiro tint to Are Eli who some time ago took a header Down on woodies race breaking his Collar Bone and otherwise injuring is again Able to occupy his place As an employee of the paper feeling first but still deter mined that the divorce Between himself and his at one time much loved Bike is Complete and will be As lasting As the rocks in the Willie Vanderbilt and Willie May Patch up their differences and remarry if they want dad but the Breech be tween the wheel Ami himself is entirely too great to he says Tho Bike had two hitches at but the third it will never the first time he was sailing Down the Long Hill just outside of Hollidaysburg about two years und coming to a Point where the Road Cut 1111 acute Figle he made an Effort to turn with tie course of the thoroughfare which resulted in Landing him head Foremost Between the upper and second rails of a of hanging him As it were on the second instead of going Between the rails had his head struck the Fence he it clues that he never would have seen Daylight so great the Force by which be was conveyed by the Tricky Bike from his position in the Saddle to the was a borrowed else its existence As a Complete machine would have ended right by the second time he was Hurt and the time he avows will never come for the Bike to get a third whack at the divorce is permanent and will last for All wife of Cue of the leading mechanics in the govern ment works at is visit ing her Harry Gross and in this John who returned from Philadelphia on saturday is noun the worse of the lie is Able to move about the House at his Corner of Washington Avenue and tenth and while he will have to avoid severe exercise for u time his cure is no doubt permanent and he will be altogether himself again in due the operation As stated before was a very delicate but the skill of the surgeons at the Pennsylvania Hospital in the City of brotherly love proved equal to emergency and the return of Miller to Good health being now assured the news is hailed with much Joy and gratification by the Community another fall of Sand from the roof of the Drift at cold Spring forge occurred monday this time it caught Henry an a Quantity of the which is in soft Rock form struck Castle on the the blow was so severe As to cause the Man to be insensible of what happened for some he finally recovered from the but complained of his head paining him very Craw Ford was called and rendered the Neces sary medical and the injured Man is getting along very he was scratched and bruised the son of superintendent who was Hurt in the Drift by a fall of Sand some time is improving saturday evening a number of Cuil Dren were playing about a Wood pile in Thomas to among the number were George the Teny Earold son of Mayberry and a Little daughter of Eumanuel the Little girl had an a in her and just As she was in the act of cutting into a Block or Billet of Wood lying on the ground Little George Cox placed his right foot on and the a coming Down severed the great toe from the foot clean and Clear without As much As scratching the next toe or any part of the Craw Ford was summoned and gave the wound the necessary and the lad is now getting along the thirteenth cavalry Tyrone will entertain the veterans on the occasion of their at a meeting of the joint committees from the grand army woman Relief corps and sons of veterans last relative to the meeting of the thirteenth cavalry association at Tyrone on october it was decided to entertain the veterans at Din Ner in Sheridan troop armory and soliciting committees were appointed to wait of citizens for contributions Tyrone Baa on All similar occasions shown tier appreciation of the Veteran Soldier by setting up a Good and we believe the thirteenth cavalry veterans will Bave no reason to com Plain of us after we get through with there will be no need Fot any citizen to empty his entire Larder into the Lap of the but a Small Sonetti Button from which will not be missed by the will be am pie in the aggregate to Supply the de Mand and make the entertainment Al together it was also decided to hold a Camp fire in the evening in Honor of the visit ing and an interesting pro Gram will be arranged for in so far As the Post and its auxiliaries Are it is the purpose to give the organization that has decided to Honor Tyrone with their reunion meeting this year a reception that will do credit to he place and Send the Home in a Good f As the number of veterans of the late War the interest in their encampments and reunions the recent National Encampment Isit Louis was grand and Complete in every and the reception to the old soldiers in that Southern Community was an enthusiastic and rousing the reception to the old Bucktail regi ment on their reunion occasion at lock Haven recently was very and Tyrone gave the old Hundred and tenth a Royal time last and so it is All Over the wherever an Encampment or reunion is held every body takes More or less and the Veteran who stood the Brunt of the front f i of 01 to 65 is made to realize that he is still appreciated though an entire generation has grown to Naau Hood and womanhood Tuple who endeavoured to destroy the institutions of the National government Laid Down their arms at the feet of the Union army and acknowledged themselves in this connection it will be interest ing to refer to the death Roll of the grand army of the As Given in the report of the adjutant general of that organization at the Encampment at showing How rapidly the veterans Are the num Ber of deaths among the grand army members during the past Tan and the percentage of is As follows 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1894 1895 deaths this shows a constantly increasing death the death rate for 1895 May look but it is not considering the that the average age of those mustered out of the army in 1865 was about 20 which would make the average age of the veterans Dow 56 the work on the Borough which has gone successfully Forward during the will be completed in a few no other improvement that has Ever taken place in town will prove of greater Benert to our a Good sewerage system is not Only a great convenience but absolutely in dispensable As a sanitary our City fathers Are deserving of the deepest gratitude of our people for giving a the present sewer the above is from the Philipsburg journal and indicates to what degree a much needed improvement is by a Tyrone needs a adequate and substantial sewerage sys and the Lime for its establishment cannot a delayed much like our water in which improve ment is demanded and is altogether essential to the Genera interests of the the matter of sewerage is a question that must be met very no Huig nothing John of great recommended Elys Cream Balm to i can his it is a positive cure for Catarrh if used Central it is the Medicine above All others for and is Worth its Weighton Public sentiment is a for a letter from ills brother new York dear brother Haven pent be a let thir since the last time i wrote to be because e have moved from our former plate of Livin and i Didenti know where a letter would find be until i found out that be was laying Well and healthy and Quita sick in the Hospital with your leg broke in six places but glory be to god you have one bound one that you can de pied on Hile the other is getting it is with pleasure that i take up my pin to inform you of the death of your aunt who died very suddenly a few Days ago after a lingering illness of 6 the poor woman was in violent convulsions the whole Triue of her sickness aying perfectly quiet and entirely speeches All the while asking for her Nephew Pat and for i lad no Opportunity of informing you of Ler death sooner except that i wrote you by the last Post which Sadie off 2 Days before she 1 am at loss to Tell you what her death was occasion id but i Lear it was All by sickness or she never was Well 10 Days at a time during her Bolo and i believe death was brought about by her rating too much habit stuffed with pais and Gravy or Paisano Gravy stuffed with but be that As it May when she breathed her last the doctors gave up All Hopes of her i Nee Dent Tell anything about her or you know Well that in Juno next she would have been just 75 years old a King 10 months and had silts lived till that time she have been 3 months dead her property now devolves on her next of Kin which All died some time so i expert it will be divided bet Ween and her property which was very Large was sold to pay her depots Audibe remainder she sold at a it the opinion of very body at that Lime that she would have won the race if the Baste she run against cadent been too fast fur i Niver saw a woman in All my life and the doctors All said so too that took Medicine better than she would As lied risk bitter As but poor soul she will Niver ate or drink any More and be a living in work except me Ether brother Ami cousins who were in the i cannot d veil on the Mournful subject any longer and i Shal Sale my let her so i beg of you not to a Nike Salo when you open this Douten it until 2 or 3 Days a receive it he that Lime be will Well pit pared for the sorrowful your of swat Hart sends her love to when you a the Post master for this letter Tell him its Tow one that Spakes about your aunts i re Mihi your affectionate brother Mike police Force new York will go to some time next if you Are still in the Hospital which i Hope you will will see you with gods Blessing i your both Kun Mike if any thing should happen that you would break your other Lea i beg of you try and not break it in so Renaay places As your Mike the Stowe wily the which copies to Tyrone on Friday belongs to us class of flue old English amplified and intensified by the realism of accurate stage milling and ingenious built upon uie regular lines of such Clever As to its plot and situations and More than ordinarily Good in Tho first scene is a Street or rather a close in a wretched Quarter of Lon Don at it might be the seven dials of the old or the Chapel neighbourhood of it is a Good representation of either and suggests with almost shudder producing realism the possibilities in such quarters for the crimes which Bave for the past few years been horrifying the in the stowaway performance year Are engaged excellent with the world famed pair of reformed Spike Hennessey and kid Outing for october is a readable and finely illustrated the con tents Are As bit of Blue by Sara Beaumont Kennedy by Taber boar Hunting in the ardennes banana land by Aaron by Therese ran Dall Neath cloudless by Fred Green a sporting vacation by Dillard Hunting in new by the tour wheel finnish fish by Fred in Shaw Guna and by Sandys Rioual by football by Walter
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