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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
T f vow v i i v1 f a by october Twenty sixth Fike fiends the authors of tyrones in melons Are Lamoly detective work by a Tyrone the present year opened with a spurt of incendiary so in Tyrone and from january to juice there were no less than five fires of undoubted incendiary the town was worked up to a High pitch of excitement and every Effort was exhausted by the local authorities to ferret out the perpetrators of the but without detectives from a distance even being baffled in the it remained for an observant and diplomatic Tyrone Man to solve the and through the Sharp detective work of Harry con stable of the second indisputable evidence has been secured in the and three altoonian Are in the county jail awaiting a hearing on the charge of the captured men Are a Young Man who formerly resided Here Jacob and Samuel formerly engaged in the butchering business in of sunday february 7 Little before eight the fire alarm called the people from Church and the conflagration was at the Northern end of Pennsylvania and resulted in the total destruction of the building owned by and occupied by Samuel Hyle As a Slaughter riddles loss was with the reported loss on con tents was with though it is Likely that the loss on con tents was much less than the amount stated Ami the insurance later there other fires in the and Harry on the out look for a noticed that pm each occasion Harpham was in he remembered having seen the yours Man Here on the night of the february these observations led Miller to suspect that Harpham at least knew something of the incendiary so and he proceeded to the work of securing Evi one Day in june Miller had business at he went to hired a horse and and invited Harpham to accompany him to the the latter joined him in the and on the Way Miller Swoke of the numerous Tyrone fires and intimated that be had an idea that the Hyles were connected with them in some Miller said that he saw an excellent Opportunity for making Money by bleeding the Hyles if he could Only v secure some Correct information As to the so that he could go to them and by threats of exposure Force them to pay hush Harpham usus Pec tingly fell into the trap and told Miller the full circumstances of the february unfortunately when this confession was made Thure were no so that Miller was obliged to wait in i til he could secure evidence that would be of value the Opportunity soon presented Harpham left a a few Days after his ride to loll Days for Atlantic where he was without work and in straitened Circum on june 10 he wrote Mil Ler urging him to push the bleeding process and to Send him the Money which he needed of course Miller didst interview the la Stead he sat Down and wrote Ilar Pham a fatherly saying that he had not fully understood from their former con the circumstances of the lire and that he wished Harpham to write him fully giving All details of the of so that he could go to the Hyles fully informed and thus convince them beyond All doubt that his state ments were not based upon suspicion but upon certain in such said there would be no trouble in securing the Miller also Seit his correspondent Harpham t a tabled into the second trap with the same rude haste As he Huden tired the and placed himself of record on on june 16 Harpham wrote a Long letter from Atlantic stating in re Gard to the fire that place was turned Down on sunday night at a Little before 8 Sam Hiles brother Jake brought me Down on the evening train from when we got to Tyrone Jake went to his brother Sam and got some 1 and divided with and then we done the Job and went Back on the train from to in a second postscript Harpham said Jake and i parted at the dry run Bridge on main he went Down town and i went up to the Slaughter Bouse and done the after it was met Jake at the station and went to Altoona with Harp Ham had told Miller of the Cash which had been promised him for the nefarious and in this letter he stated the Money i got always was in Small 4 or 5 dollars at a got it from Jake at first but i soon got tired of that and went to Tyrone myself and saw Sam the first time i saw him Betook me up to the place that was burned and gave me 12 dollars in paper Money and one Silver after that he would give me 50 or for three or four different Harpham acknowledged the receipt of Millers with which he bought a pair of shoes and asked Friend Harry to Send him More Money with which to Purchase a suit of clothes As he wanted to look respectable when he secured a promised Job at tending bar on the 28th of that he closed with the wish of Good Luck to Miller at once went to work to secure the arrest of the but he was confronted by the difficulties of obtaining requisition papers to bring Harpham from new the state administration seemed to move with the Speed of a Load of and by demand ing duplicate kept delay no the fruition of the officers the matter was almost in shape for when further de a was obviated by the voluntary re urn of Harpham to Altoona on thurs when it was known that he was again in the state officer of at once swore out a Bench Wai rant for the arrest of Harpham or and for Jacob and Samuel Hyle for aiding and abetting the the warrant wus placed in the hands of Constable Mcfeely who arrested Harp Ham and Jacob Hyle in Altoona Friday and Samuel Lyle in the same City next the three men will await a hearing a Triforo judge in the a Hollidaysburg the evidence against is Strong and promises a speedy solution to use series of fires which so disturbed Tyrone last Winter and ladies of the ool Cleu Alfarata of the Golden was organized in Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening by the election of the following officers past cams Noble vice Harris Huss Miller marshal of Bur Ley guardian of Ewing guardian of Procter guardian of music wands guardian of inner Crawford guard hit of outer Jennie shirk eighteen twelve six Mouths the charter list has been sent to the grand and the Date for the institution of the Castle will be announced suicide it just As the Bald Eagle Valley train entered Bellefonte at ing the Sharp report of a revolver was heard and a few moments later the form of a Man Lay dead at the depot this Man had is few Luoni Huta previously approached a special officer there with whom he talked intelligently about the merits of he asked the officer for his weapon and had no sooner received it in his hand than he placed it to his own head and the suicides aim was sure for his death was the Man was named Alexander Hoover he was a resident of near and worked in the Railroad shops at lie had purchased a ticket for Tyrone a few minutes before the deed was no cause can be assigned for the Hoover was aged about was of Good family and his aged Mother is sadly prostrated by the a Well deserved Token of Friday evening at the Home of a on Lincoln miss May Stevens gave a delightful party at which a Large assemblage of members of the first methodist episcopal Church Ware present and a very pleasant Timi was the main object of the evenings pleasure was a Surprise for miss Belle who will soon leave with other members of her family for she was presented with a handsome Gold watch by the members of the first Mot Bodis episcopal in appreciation aug remembrance of her much valued ser vices in choir and Church a presented the Token will a pleasant and Gil Bert responded for miss Snowden who was too overcome to say Many words advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone pos Tollice Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the office for two week without being called after being letters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter office at whet they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the wok ending saturday october s Etta mrs Bella Misa Carrie Clemm Henry Albert John Van Thomas councils they Tell the judge whom to appoint us chief a special meeting of Council was hurriedly called thursday evening to take action upon the resignation of chief Burgess the members present were Oak Stine and Lan Secretary Taylor read the Fol owing communication to tub my Behs or tub Bonobo a Council of the honour a Scroby toil or to you my resignation As Colof largess of tie Lio Rouglin of to take effect David on motion of Burky the Resigna Ion was unanimously Burley then made a statement to coun cil As to his reasons for settling the Case against Caldwell at the terms of and the members pres int approved his the question of the succession to the office of chef Burgess was then discussed y the the court has Inver to appoint a Lanners moved that Council petition the court to appoint Joshua Burley chief Burgess for the unexpired on the motion being chairman Tang Rich declared it when Oakwood demanded the ayes and on this Call Lanners and Mccann voted Aye and Oaks Vood and Stine voted the motion was therefore and coun cil daily All that pertains to the water Supply of our town should he of interest to every Citi there May be reluctance generally to take sides in the present Oue thing however is that the Plau of Morris is vastly the safer and while it is possible that a 12inch pipe with a Good Reservoir May serve us tolerably Well for a yet no intelligent Man can believe that it will serve us very nor will it give us the pressure we ought to have in our water with a Large pipe at the upper to use a common phrase thais the it will put such pressure on our pipes As will enable us to conquer fires with great Success it with a Good Supply our Borough with plenty of water Foi Many years to in my judgment our Stream is three times As Large As the Stream Altoona supplies Are drawn from and it Wil furnish us water for a thousand Bat tubs and All our other give us the big pipe and plenty of pure water Altoona people have been calling pm water to Cool their parched tongues Foi Many years past and that cry is Likely to be heard there in All the but it never was raised Here till lately and we want it shut off forever by an ample dealt when the Case of Commonwealth is Joseph in which the grand jury had found h True Bill for assault and Battery with intent to came before the court late thursday w attorney for the de addressed the stating that his client was willing to to the charge of aggravated assault Anc Battery and would take the full Maxi mum penalty on that while would be three years District attorney Bell objected to such an stating that the Commonwealth had a perfectly Clear Case against the prisoner in the manner and form As he had been indicted judge Dean dismissed the Case with very few saying that if the prisoner was willing to submit to conviction for aggravated assault and Bat Tery that would be the Best Way to Settle the officer Mochn Tock who carries the recollection and Mark of finns Bulle in his is dissatisfied with Thi summary treatment of the Thi prosecution wanted a trial and Felt sur of their ability to convict finn on us Graver charge for which the penalty i about seven years Progri Salvu euchre and at thei pleasant Home on Logan were Host and hostess thursday evening when they received and entertained thei friends to the number of forty eight progressive euchre was the prime amusement of the evening and tin guests at their ten tables enjoyed tin contest to the at the end o the first prizes were awarded mrs who received a Brica Brae Tea and a brie Abram smoking ack Liu won a tin toy As a Booby Anc Freeman was Given a pistol As the other Booby prize for his glorious record of one game in every department of the in which the excellent refreshments were an important and study provided splendidly for the pleasure of their one and All spent a delightful rallying Day exerciser the Observance of rallying pay by he first presbyterian sunday school sunday afternoon was the most successful in the history of the was an attendance of 476 of the sunday besides those present rom the for the Occa Sion the Church auditorium was very prettily decorated with Laurel and and in the Centre of the front decorations was the portrait of or Moore who occupied a seat with officers of the after the regular discussion of the Days the special program Dili entry prepared was the choir had been largely augmented and assisted by a capable they entered a Beautiful addresses were delivered by the and former superintendents of the Samuel Mccamant and Amber Parks and Lottie Porter gave two excellent recitations and the infant department contributed two the concert Reading comprised the 116th a new feature of the Day was the awarding of the prizes those who brought to the school the largest number of new scholars during the past Tho first a Hook valued at was awarded to l Lighty who had brought five new the second prize for the next largest fell to Lydia Parks and Lizzie each having secured four new and each will receive others had brought two or one scholar to the sunday superintendent Canan and his assistants conducted the exercises with All the Success which has distinguished their they desire us Here to convey their thanks to the decoration committee and All oilers who assisted them in the work of preparation and death of Cinderella at sunday morning came the summons of the master when at her Home on Logan passed for nearly nine weeks past she had suffered acutely from a complication of ailments which baffled medical skill and Loving the deceased whose Maiden name was Cinderella was born february Ami was aged at death 53 8 months and 6 before her coming to Tyrone she was a resident o on March in this she was United in marriage by to the late James Monroe Calderwood who preceded her to the grave several years surviving to mourn the loss of her affection Are her two Misse Jessie and Annie three of and Howard and miss Ella of Tyrone her of a Ohio and two Brothers Joseph ii and of Ohio Calderwood was a lady possess ing the love and esteem of hosts o friends who will join the sorrowing one of her own household in mourning the demise of a tender Mother and faithful to her so was a devout and consistent member o the first methodist episcopal Church in whose Good works she was Ever Ai Active funeral services held in Thi first methodist episcopal tuesday afternoon at 2 being conducted by assisted by George inter ment in Tyrone installation of the following officers were installed in Tyrone Lodge on wednesday by Thi District Deputy grand a of Altoona Noble Robertson vice Smith assistant Sec Cherry John Liller to Bui Ley to Gray Warden Sharar Joshua Bur Ley Miller s Joseph Murphy outside a Trimble inside m Widney to Walter rid Dies s to never put off till tomorrow what you can do never trouble another for what Yot can do never spend your Money before Yot have never buy what you dont want be Causa it is cheap it will be dear to you Pride costs More than thirst and we never repent of having eaten too nothing is troublesome that we do How much pain the evils that Neve happened have Cost take things always by the smooth handle when angry count ten before to speak if very angry one the news from National Headquarters by oar regular presi Dent received the annual visit of the justices of the supreme court a new minutes after noon today in the room of the White the court Laving met a few minutes before and immediately adjourned to pay its re pets to the All the Justi including the new who was sword in at today session of he were the affair Vas strictly formal and very quiet owing to Harrisons which is not for probably the last time until after the election the entire Cabinet will be of wednesday of this it the new York Columbus from there a majority of them will go to various states to make a few a number of minor officials and lots of washingtonians will also go Over to new York to see the Patrick minister to is in Washington on official Busi he says the feelings of the milians towards the United states Are now entirely cordial and that before leaving his Post he was shown every possible Courtesy by Tho chilian gov he comes Here to bring the indemnity granted the sailors of e Baltimore and a of a new treaty for the arbitration of who has been for a Muir years been a close Friend of says he has Good reasons for believing that gentleman will make several speeches for Harrison and Reid before the Campaign closes also that he had Good cause to feel confident that the bulk of the Iris american vote will be cast for the Republican National ticket this at a Cabinet meeting held a Fow Days ago the question of the members of the Cabinet going on the which Cei Tain newspapers have been discussing of was taken and All in eluding the Secretary i state postmaster general wan Secretary Noble and Secretary agreed while it was a mat Ter that should properly be decided by each individual member of the Cabinet according to his own personal View there was nothing improper in a Mem her of the Cabinet going the peo pie As often Asha discuss political that is on All fours with common there is a Specia fitness in a member of the Cabinet who has helped to formulate and carry of the policy of an administration going 01 the stump to Tell the people to whom the administration is directly res Pousi just what has been with the possible exception of attorney Gen eral Miller every member of the Cabinet will make some speeches this the politicians on All sides have Abou settled Down to the opinion As in 84 and the presidential fight is be settled in new the Peoples party i Isle in the South makes it pretty certain that with the possible exception of Tennessee and West All o the electoral votes of that Section Wil go to and the same thing i believed to have killed any chances tha the might have had to Captur electoral votes in the it i no longer considered one of Trio possibilities that the election of president Wilba thrown into the Eyer Bod Here recognizes that it is now a straight fight Between the Republican and democratic parties and the Wel known policies which they respectively represent that this sweeping off of Side Issue will be beneficial to the Republican cannot fora moment be doubted by an unprejudiced student of the Politica giving Cleveland the enter South and five electoral votes Mich he will still be 59 votes Short of majority of the electoral so h will not Only have to carry new York but he will have to get Twenty of electoral votes in order to win no wonder democrats Are asking o each other in doleful tones where can he get them v no Brethren no this country a Republican on straight issues every As the vote of the next electoral College Wil there Are two democratic faction in this Jil though there is no voting Here and just now they Are about ready to Cut each others just As Mem Bers of one faction accuse the other o having Cut the ropes to a Clevelan Banner which was swung across Penn Sylvania a Mike not Long cutting seems to be popular with Tho Democrat this and unless reports Are very deceptive the most destructive cutting of All will take place on election Day let them Cut and slash each other the republicans can stand and Wil profit by Over 300 Tyrone people now see and you can see the specialist at the Empire House recep Tion room 8 to 6 consultation instruction in Isaac Pitman Short 4 to 9 primers Hall 28tfw2 again the fire just four months had elapsed since he fire alarm had last sounded in to when a few minutes past 7 Oclock monday morning the rapid Toots of he Tannery fog Horn stirred the populace Stoa flavor of the Sre panites lost no time in appearing Eady for a Battle with any flumes that might present to the cause of the excitement was a Light fire at the residence of on Cameron in Oine Maune Sparks from the cellar had found their Way to the studding near Register opening into the dining and there had been a smouldering tire apparently All night Between the faster and Wall of the while he family were at breakfast they noticed hat smoke was somewhere in their immediate Vicinity and on investigation budding conflagration was soon Justice Holmes combined himself nto a Hook and ladder and steam fire to Pauy at and tearing the Plaser from the Side reached the burning timbers upon which he cast a Ibera Quantity of water which the women of the House carried by the bucket by this Quick and industrious the Blaze was Oon put to and when Little Harry wooden had the message to the Holmes had already rendered the assistance of the fire department Annec the total damage amounts to about fully covered by the Justice finds one in Tho and that is that after pay ing for insurance for about thirty five years he has at last gotten the Opportunity to realize something from his the White this popular play of Burtley Camp Bells will receive an elaborate production at the Academy of music thursday under she Persona direction of the following is from the Brooklyn citizen the grand opera refitted and was reopened last evening with a reproduction of Hartley Campbells Well known melodrama the White the audience was Large and fashionable the play was All that was expected and the 01 Chestra tuneful and the management apparently Well play and players evidently gave thorough Satis for each successive scene and act was repeatedly miss Carrie Radcliffe was the White her impersonation of the the strongest of All those created by the lamented was most both As the deceived led to believe that the blood of Africa daughter coursed through her and As in the run of the melodramatic the concluding act announced the free born White free to come and at Liberty to love and be loved by the Man to whom her affections had been untrammelled by any of the perils or dangers of doubtful in the scene on the Island of the shipwrecked in company with her Lover and with the whom for Many years she had looked upon As her she pleaded with him she worshipped to kill her rather than that she should be taken forced satisfy the desires of an inhuman slave who proudly announces his distinction of dealing Only in Uig Gahs Aud opening its regarding the opening attraction of the course at the Academy of saturday the Montreal witness says an appreciative audience assembled last night in the Windsor Hall to hear the Mozart the Whitney family Are certainly gifted with remarkable musical and their interpretation of the difficult numbers of the program was received with Mozart Don Gio Vanni was the opening number and was rendered with taste and the Harmony and perfection of their was heard in the piano the h was beautifully miss May Whitney Sang a contralto aria from by she has a Good voice and fora contralto has a very great in the lower Register her voice is full mid resonant and her rendering of this difficult song was received with marked a reverie by or was a Sweet and pathetic musical combination aug was Given with keen understand ing by the the audience warmly appreciated this a gentleman of this county who has excellent judgment remarked to us the other Day that he knew of no Pill so Good for dyspepsia and liver complaint As de Witts Little Early have tried almost every known Rem Edy for itching piles without finally bought a Box of de Witts Witch Hazel and it has cured 0 v j
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