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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - September 05, 1895, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaThe be Herald by c s w Jones Tyrone a thursday september 51895 Twenty ninth year capita Chat news prom National Headquarters by our own correspondent Washington a sept 2perhaps those who Pooh Pooh the idea that Cleveland is seriously working for a re nomination for a third term for himself Are right but so far As indications cad be trusted they Are wrong the follow ing summary of the situation a made by a democratic Exco Gressman Conn of Indiana the administration was never before in so much politics democratic dissension in Kentucky Mary land and Ohio Hiis aroused the turbid partisanship of president Cleveland and instead of breaking out in choleric he is using the machinery of to administration to bring Sweet peace to warring democratic factions in the interests of his third Ter Gorman with Bis sugar Trust record Brice the Champion of senatorial corporate rings and Blackburn the free Silver idol have suddenly become endowed with angelic qualities and because they Are supposed to control the party majority in their respective states they Are being held to the presidents heart to be warmed in to Cleveland democratic life to Secretary Carlisle is entrusted the conversion of Kentucky Bourbo ism his voice will soon be mingled in unison with that of free Silver Joe in behalf of party Harmony whether it comes from a 1c to 1 calamity Organ or a Gold mounted corporation concert grand just so it is equipped with a Cleveland Subj ass attachment if the demo cratic deed of Trust which senator Brice fatties in his inside pocket can also be of worked with the Cleveland cuckoo Crest Ohio will be As Safe for a third term As if counted among the heavenly list but in Maryland the situation is somewhat different senator germans pull is Only a three Finger hold and it is if even president Cleveland magnetic influence will mesmerize enough democrats to elect the ring ticket to Complete the circuit and turn a third term current into the next National convention it will also be Nec Essary to capture new York Indiana another important state or two 3few York has its democratic troubles which Sektor Hill holds the pan Acea and the next Effort of president Cleveland Wail probably be to secure control of the senators Medicine Box Indiana is considerably wrought up Over Tyve Silver question and it will be Neces sary to proselyte senator Voorhees in order to vote that delegation this was done once before and perhaps the same Charm can be worked again in any event an extraordinary Effort is being made to wheel the democracy into line for Cleveland a third term and a continuation of the National flan ing club at Buzzard Bay the i publication of Secretary la Monts very generous offer to Advance from his own pocket to be used a paying soldiers salaries Congress having failed to appropriate enough for that purpose while it could not be legally accepted served to Atten Tion to the difference Between Dan la ments financial circumstances when he made his debut la Washington As or Cleveland private Secretary and this time then he was so poor that or Cleveland paid him a year in addition to the salary of private Sec a order that he might be Able to keep up Ith his family a respectable social appearance now he talks of advancing As none alertly As he would ask a Friend to take a Beer with Himdan int the Only one of the crowd who has got Rich or Cleve and has become a multimillionaire a number of others then poor Are wealthy body seems to be Able to say just mount Greta the Rifle teams representing the Sevi eral organizations of the National g Uard of Pennsylvania went into practice at mount Gretna on tuesday the prac Tice continued wednesday and next Forenoon the regiment matches occurred while of thursday the brigade teams Wero at practice and Friday Forenoon the match occurred Between the Bri Gade teams a Large percentage of Herald readers Are Good marksmen Aud Are always interested in the mount Gretna matches which occur each year prizes Are Given to the leading teams and the contests Are always More or less Lively and exciting to those engaging in them the preliminary work deter mines who shall be placed on the Bri Gade teams for the final contest on Fri Day there Are three brigades and consequently three teams to contest for the brigade prize sergeant a l Dickson of Sheridan troop was on the second brigade team the past two years and sustained his part Well Lieut t m Fleck is in charge of the cavalry team this year made up from the governors troop and Sheridan troop he sends us the following scores of the various organizations at practice on tuesday Forenoon and after noon which Are Given below it will be noticed that Lieut flecks team jumped from fourteenth place in the Forenoon to sixth place in the afternoon the figures Given Are made from a pos sible 525 at 200500 and 600 Yard ranges i Awe noon weather pee Dinois poster predicts that the present month will to Cool and frosty Cool wave will Cross the West of clock is country about 29th the great Central 31st and Eastern states sept 2 piety considerable rainfall will occur during the first week in september Aud Levere storms the storm wave of that period will reach the Pacific coast about sept 1 Cross the West of Rockies coun by close of 2 great Contra valleys 3 to i Eastern states g warm wave will Cross the West of cookies country about sept 1 great Central Valley 3 Eastern states 5 Cool wave will Cross the West f Rockies country about sept 4 great Central valleys g Eastern states s Light frosts May be expected in the upper Missouri upper Mississippi and North red River valleys about sept 5 Forth Michigan Aud Northern new York and Northern Maine g Aud 7 september temperature in the great ventral valleys will average decidedly below the Normal draw a line from St Louis to Dubuque then by Way of Chicago and Toledo to new York then to Atlanta and Back to St Louis and he country enclosed by that irregular Circle will average very cold in septem Ber 1st 12th 10th 16th state Fenci Bles 9tli plug Ament 8th 15tu 2cl 4th 13th 412 393 3s912th 3s7 10th cavalry ii Soetji 372 15th 421 ski 357 Atli 14th cavalry 347 id regiment 335 5th 332 artillery 324 3d regiment 4 5 393 393 891 390 3s3 383 359 state fencibles372 302 353 339 337 336 18th item Zinent 312 Mth 10th regiment artillery 18th fit Lewistown Centennial the Centennial Celebration to be held at Lewistown this week will be an occasion of great interest to the people of that town and Mifflin county the Celebration opened wednesday septem Ber 4th and will close on saturday the 7th during the Progress of the Cele bration the Juniata Valley Veteran association recently organized will encamp at Lewistown and a Good time is promised those who take advantage o this Opportunity to get together Anc fight their old Battles Over again under circumstances that Are More pleasant than when the Leaden or Iron missiles Cut the air in making a Bee line for the head or body of some unfortunate ser vant of Uncle Sam the Pennsylvania Railroad Wall Sel excursion tickets to Lewistown during the Celebration tickets will be sold a the Tyrone station on the 4th Andith at for the round trip and will be Good to return till september 7a one Day excursion ticket will be sold at Thi Tyrone station on the 6tk of september n the sit How Root Yah among that Gol f future be Fiat he do before the candidate Tion it has the Der nor and Marylain preparing to worked so is Ern states Kcjr Many race pre Judi Hon lloy it is certainly very prevalent republicans in Washington Leral Harrison will in the near it be thoroughly understood in not desire his name to go National convention As a for the presidential Nomina knowledge that tic managers in Kentucky d in their desperation Are revive the Dodge they have ices fully in All the South arouse candidate f Lowndes the Republican governor of Maryland was a guest it the last meeting of the Union Republican club of this City he made a that made an Excel Lent those who heard it no bluster or brag just a quiet gentlemanly expression of Confidence in his election he said if the election were to be held this week the state would he believed go Republican by More than 15000 majority a a Snyder sept poor farm Avin Neshek co la Winter Robert used two boxes of de Witts Witch Hazel Salve and cured a Large running sore on his leg had been under car of physician for months without obtaining Relief sure cure for s Smith Cooper Didat reconcile Williams Harry Williams of the Philipsburg Ledger has been taunted consider Abl Over senator quays recent Victory Harry was a red hot Hastings Man and is yet Anent the teasing he has Cei Ved Harry gets the better of the other Fellows in the following published in his Ledger last week however they licked us but the cant take us into their Camp w want it distinctly understood Here Anc now that we have no More use now of Matthew Stanley Quay than we had be fore he is state chairman of the party we have the Honor of belonging to but its not our fault he is there feel about Quay exactly As the old dem did about Greely after the Baltimore democratic convention in 1s72 endorsed the Liberal Republican canal Date Horace Greely an old Maryland Democrat was hauntingly asked by Republican How he expected to Swallow Greely by said the old Unter rifled i wont Swallow him i a take him As an injection but l won Swallow him those who have tried Catarrh caused hoarseness and difficulty in speaking i also to a great extent lost hearing by the use of Elys Cream Balm dropping of mucous a ceased voice and hearing have great1 w Davidson atty a Law Monmouth 111 i used Elys Cream Balm for Catarrh and have received great Benefit i be Lieve it a Safe and certain cure very pleasant to Franze Roches Ter n y Price of Cream Balm is fifty cents everywhere we go we find some one who has been cure by hoods Sarsaparilla and people on All hands Are praising this great Medicine for what it has done for them and their friends taken in time hoods Sarsaparilla prevents serious illness by keeping the blood pure and All Thi organs in a healthy condition it i the great blood purifier hoods pills become the Favoriti cathartic with every one who Trie them 25c per Box cholera Moribus is a dangerous com plaint and often is fatal in its results to avoid this you should use Dewitt Colic a cholera cure As soon As the first symptoms s Smith school oils nist Day Che Tyrone 1ublic schools opened monday for the session of 18950 monday was a Busy Day for superin pendent c e Kauffman and his corps of teachers at the Public schools of Tyrone and the children of the town Are As merry Aud full of life As on a picnic occasion under the most auspicious circumstances they again take up the work with As much zest As they Laid it Down at the closing Day of last session in the Spring Aud All the Energy of youth is brought into service at the beginning of the term which we All May Lope will prove even More helpful and beneficial to scholar and teacher Tuan did former sessions though they were both successful and satisfactory the new building of Park Avenue is not yet ready for occupancy it is expected that it will be completed by the first week in october when three of the rooms in it will be occupied scholars enough to fill these three rooms will be taken from the first fourteen rooms of the Logaa ave nue building of monday eighteen schools were opened in the Logan ave nue building and seven in the Adams Avenue building with a total of nearly 3390 scholars which will probably be increased to nearly 1400 within the nex two Mouths for the information o parents Aud Ether Herald leaders i give below each school number Thi teacher number of scholars presen monday morning and the Franeke taught log a Avenue building Jennie e Keau Tea cider Sepu Nyls branches taught language numbers Reading spelling physiology form study writing physical exercises no Simons teacher sip Pils branches taught Reading spel ing writing numbers physiology an Hygine language Prang singing no Reese teacher 41 pupils branches taught Reading spelling language physiology and Hygiene num Bers writing drawing and modelling no Crawford teacher 4 pupils branches taught arithmetic read intr spelling language physiology drawing no c Caldwell teacher 4 pupils branches taught spelling Reading writing drawing physiology arithmetic language no Snyder teacher pupils 39 Trachea studied spelling Reading writing drawing arithmetic language physiology no Coulter teacher 46 pupils branches taught Reading Ian Guage arithmetic spelling drawing physiology penmanship no Dysart teacher Pupil 41 branches taught Reading Arth Metic language spelling drawing writing physiology and geography no j Smith teacher 4 pupils branches taught geography spelling Reading language history physiology arithmetic drawing writ ing no Vanscoyoc teacher 51 pupils branches taught geography spelling Reading language his tory physiology arithmetic drawing writing no Frances Fleck teacher 62 pupils branches taught be ont Phy spelling Reading language his tory physiology arithmetic drawing writing no Olive Singer teacher 4 pupils branches taught geography Reading orthography history physiology drawing grammar writing no ii Africa teacher 62 pupils branches taught history arithmetic language spelling phys ology geography Reading drawing no l Beyer teacher 5 pupils branches taught arithmetic history grammar geography writing physiology spelling drawing no 15 Cryder teacher 36 pupils branches taught arithmetic Hys ology history spelling geography grammar drawing Book copy Book eader no Stonebraker teacher g pupils branches taught algebra Rith Unetic physical geography orthography latin grammar drawing Book keeping rhetoric Reading no s Fleck teacher 51 pupils branches taught latin Gebra arithmetic physics rhetoric geometry bookkeeping drawing t no c m Ellenberger teach r 25 pupils 21 seniors and 4 Post graduates branches taught latin greek eneral history drawing geometry Febra rhetoric in addition to this he Post graduates receive instruction n commercial arithmetic shorthand business training business forms and correspondence Adams Avenue building no Mcquead teacher 70 pupils branches taught Reading Pelling writing arithmetic language rating physiology Hygiene vocal music no Smith teacher 40 pupils branches taught Reading Lan Page arithmetic orthography pen Manship drawing physiology and Hygiene vocal music no 3isa Kloss teacher 42 pupils branches taught Reading writing arithmetic spelling language physiology drawing no l Wertz teacher 49 Jii Pils branches taught Reading Ancu age arithmetic drawing Penman ship spelling physiology no a Waite teacher 43 up ils branches taught geography spelling arithmetic Reading language history drawing penmanship physiology no h Woomer teacher 26 pupils branches taught geography arithmetic grammar drawing history Reading spelling physiology Penman ship e Houck teacher 22 pupils branches taught latin algebra physical geography political geography grammar history physiology read ing orthography arithmetic Penman ship music drawing Bettu Sun acre Needt tyrones present facilities for setting bid of the filth is not adequate the filth that is passing Down the River today is very offensive Aud makes one of the strongest arguments possible for the adoption of a general system of sewage for Tyrone we Are getting along of course without a Large commo Dious sewer As a general receptacle fora network of smaller ones which would make the general system Complete but we Are doubtless in a great measure unconsciously suffering from the patched up incomplete conveniences that we have at present health above All things the abolish the trap replacing of the old wooden trestle with a new Iron Bridge Over the Juniata River on the line of the Lewis Burg Tyrone Railroad just East of town gifts an Opportunity for an improvement in the Public Roadway which 19 also spanned by the Bridge at that Point at present there is a narrow passage Between two High Stone piers support in the East end of the Bridge this Pas Sage being hardly wide enough for two teams while it is also located that there is an abrupt turn in the Road making it impossible for Drivers to see approach ing teams Only a few feet away on either How to eat pro Tsung eats this is the season of the year for roasting ears7 and people whose minds turn to etiquette and Hygiene Are Given a Chance to Tell what they know about the Best Way of disposing of the tooth some Morse everybody knows How its Best right off the cob having bean previously buttered and salted to suit the taste but this is impracticable to the unfortunate whose front Teeth Are missing or who has to depend on store Teeth unless the store Teeth fit extra Well he must take some other plan the Best is Proba Bly that suggested by a new yorker who says he has been eating Corn that Way for Twenty live years which Iscer mainly Long enough to prove any method he takes the ear of Corn and passes a Sharp knife along each Row of grains making a Slit in the top of each kernal then he claims a gentle pressure by the Teeth or in the absence of Teeth by the Gums will Force the pulp out of the Grain and leave the Hull the indigestible part on the cob it takes some practice he says like Riding a bicycle or anything else that is Worth while do ing but it pays to learn How those people who protested they would never eat Green Corn except when Cut Down off the cob have discovered the error of their ways and now have compromised with their sensibilities by demanding that the cob be held in one hand instead of two and the elbows be kept off the table when Corn is Cut Down off the cob it leaves on the Ker Nels a part of the Tough thin cup shaped socket in which they stood on the ear this is injurious and indigestible and does not come off with the grains when shelled after full maturity some people claim an ear of Green Corn intended for cooking should not be taken from the Husk but the cover ing simply stripped Back the silk re moved and the ear then boiled with the Husk in its original place around it this is said to produce a flavor attainable in no other Way and with a Corn crop pushing hard onto the Mark you can eat All the Corn you want to without danger of cheating the other live Stock next Winter swept by a by clock 01 approbation to the Pinnacle of popularity Hosteller stomach hitters has acquired a commanding position which 1ms occasion ally a Bright and shining Mark or knaves who seek foist upon Tho Community spurious compounds in Tho Guise Akin to that of the real article those Are mostly local fillers or tonics of great impurity and of course devoid of medicinal cell ency Lic Warcop Vliem an get genuine hitters a real remedy Tor malaria rheumatism kidney troupe dyspepsianervousncs3 physicians of Eminence everywhere commend the great inv Gorant both Lor its remedial properties and its purity a wineglass thrice a Day will soon bring vigor and regularity to a disordered and enfeebled system is most desirable to this or any other Community and nothing is More conducive to it than cleanliness purity of Atmos phere is absolutely impossible with the present facilities for getting rid of foul matter and whatever sickness prevails in the Community from time to time comes very largely no doubt from the air impregnated with the germs emanating from the filth that is impeded in its course and lingers in the nooks and Corners which can Only be remedied by the adoption of a system of sew age that is ample in capacity and Complete in All respects no one questions the importance of Good sewage facilities to a town the size of Tyrone and every one knows How very incomplete the present system is if indeed it is allowable to use so dignified term As system in speaking of the a tried cramped and inadequate facilities we now have of course it would Cost considerable Money to build a Gen eral sewer of Large capacity and the town financially May not a in Condi Tion to incur the expense just now but the matter is so important habit would justify a Large sacrifice and agitation should be kept up till the Community is Imide thoroughly aware that indefinite delay May be very hazardous to health and that which is injurious to health is detrimental to business for the Man with Cash to invest in a business for which this May be a profitable Point would hesitate about locating if he was convinced that the healthful Mountain air that we get is More or less impure by the Lack of the proper facilities for keeping it pure Good schools have their influence in bringing useful people to us these we have As is admitted on All sides Good and clean streets Are essential to a towns Prosperity these we have but few towns anywhere the size of Tyrone can equal us in this respect of our streets especially we Are justly proud for Beauty cleanliness Ana symmetry of Public thoroughfares Tyrone stands out As one of the Leadine towns of the state our people Are As congenial and obliging As those of other places and everything about us is about right As right goes in this imperfect world but we Are Short As to our facilities for getting rid of the matter which contains germs of disease and is injurious to people if permitted to loiter about where it will be caught up in the air and then inhaled by the unsuspecting victim of deadly disease the ques Tion of Good adequate and Complete sewage is an important one to Tyrone and our people should talk about it till the agitation takes the form of action in the legislative body conducting the affairs of the municipality Side of the Bridge there is always danger of collision there especially after dark and when speedy horses Are being driven the Public Road is much travelled and should be both wider and More nearly straight if the abutments of the new Bridge be so constructed that the Public Road May be widened and straightened obviating the dangerously abrupt Tarn at that Point a Public service will be done that May save the lives of people who Are in frequent jeopardy by the present unsatisfactory arrangement the supervisors of Snyder township should give this matter their attention at once and bring All their Energy and Power into effecting the desired change the Railroad company would doubtless con form to the needs of the Road supervisors in the matter As they could readily do so without interfering wit i their building plans and at the same time they would assist in a lasting and commendable Public Benefit picnic of patrons of husbandry for the Twenty second annual picnic and exhibition of the patrons of Hus Bandry at Grange Park Centre Hall a september 14 to 21 the Pennsyl Vania Railroad company will sell excursion tickets to Centre Hall and return from Johnstown Harrisburg and inter mediate stations Tyrone and Clearfield and Bald Eagle Valley branches re novo Dauphin and intermediate stations stations on l and t Branch Shamokin division Summit Branch and from Catawissa and intermediate stations september 14 to 21 Good to return until september 21 inclusive at a single fare for Tho round trip on september 1819 and 20 special trains will be run from Bellefonte Sunbury Pardee and intermediate stations for specific rates and time of trains consult Small Bills or apply to ticket agents the mount Gretna shoot Lieut Fleck and his team returned from the mount Gretna Range on sat urday evening after a weeks work at the Range in the regular regimental match on thursday the cavalry advanced to fifth place and made a Good showing in the general average sergeants Dickson and Fleck were both selected As reserves on the second Bri Gade team and sergeant Dickson entered and shot in the match which was won however by the third brigade team in the brigade match the con test was unusually interesting Aud close several ties haying been made by the shooters All of the scores this year were lower than usual owing per haps to a More Radical change of men on the Range very few reached the sharpshooters score during the week the Council ecu meet at the regular monthly meeting of Borough Council monday evening presi Dent love and messes Davison Porter Waple Branstetter Burley Stonebraker Hildebrand Ramey and Moore were present the Highway committee was authorized to Purchase a Carload of Stone to be used for Crossings As needed Brick Crossings will be Laid at once Over fifteenth Street on West Side of Logan ave nue and Over Twenty first Street on East Side of Adams Avenue Council will meet at the Call of the president on Park Avenue to examine the Grade recently established there Bills were read and orders granted As follows Home electric j Acob 2450 John Irvin 615 m Brice 2300 citizens fire co 4400 2septune fire co 2s40 Wesly Irvin 140 John of 170 Harry wands 30 00 Michael Sexton h c Kephart 820 John d Lucas 1150 t j Gates 5000 g m Slack g925 j l Smith 2800 Tyrone Herald 600 w m Snyder 6925 Harry Miller 4000 Wtaylor 1000 Samuel Mckinney 2 is Burgess Howe reported a brisk month in the executive department the receipts being from licenses from fines from building permits total death of mrs Rebecca Getz after an illness of More that a year from dropsy earthly suffering has Given Way to eternal rest for mrs Rebecca Getz who died at 10 30 Oclock monday evening at her Home on fifteenth Street the deceased seas the relict of Henry Getz one of tyrones Pioneer citizens who preceded his wife to the grave about nine years ago she was fifty two years of age and had spent All her life in this immediate neighbourhood having been born Here before the town had come into existence mrs Getz was a faithful Christian a devout member of the United Brethren Church and died in the peaceful Hope of f Bliss Ful life beyond surviving Are the following children William h of Renovo mrs Laura Kennedy of Bald Eagle Samuel Porter and Moses of Northwood mrs Lillie Coover and Clyde of Jersey Shore Warren John and Alma of Tyrone Sisters and Brothers surviving Are mrs l Rhodes mrs Sarah Stone Braker and Samuel Williams of Tyrone and John Williams who resides in the ridges near Tyrone funeral services were conducted in the United Brethren Church at 2 Oclock wednesday afternoon by Rev Lawrence Keister interment in Tyrone cemetery nearly everyone needs a Good tonic at this season hoods Sarsaparilla is the one True tonic and blood purifier from All accounts chamberlains Gough remedy is a godsend to the afflicted there is no advertisement about this we feel just like saying it Democrat Carrollton by for Sale at j s Smiths two drug stores severe griping pains of the stomach and bowels instantly and effectually stopped by Dewitta Colic and cholera s Smith

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