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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania E by september Twenty sixth killed on the Jacob Koders meets death on the Kall rond near when Ben track Walker on the main line of the was passing the truck just cast of Carey two Miles from about ten minutes past nine Oclock sunday he discovered the lifeless and mangled body of a on investigation he found the Vicma to be Jacob assistant Foreman on Emanuel Zeeks track repairing Rodgers had been in attendance at the services in the United Brethren Church at Birmingham and was on his Way to his at Carey when the Accident Bezel engine 1492 had been detached from its train on the third track and was pushing ahead to do some owing to the noise of another passing train Rodgers did not hear the approach of the Loco motive which struck him and killed him the remains were brought to Tyrone where Coroner poet held an inquest this i panelling As jurors John Benson and David the jury found that the Accident happened As above stated and that blame could not be attached to the Railroad company or to any Jacob Rodgers was born at Tyrone March and therefore died at the age of fort seven five months and eight he had always lived in this having resided at to Ironville and during Mai of the years of his Man Hood lie had been in the employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad and was a steady and faithful Twenty six years ago he was United in marriage to miss Rebecca Dougherty who survives their six children Are left to mourn this sudden sum Mons from time to eternity they Are Miller of North Wood John of sinking Valley Delia and at surviving the deceased Are also his aged Catharine four Brothers and five Sisters the latter Are Emanuel Rodgers and re Becca of Tyrone John and and Annie Holland if Lewistown and Mary who reside in the West Sevilla of Willi Ainsburg and Jane of the deceased was a member of the United Brethren Church at birding and of Juniata Castle ancient order knights of the Mystic of the funeral services were held at the late Home of the de ceased at two Oclock tuesday after interment at a hernia carriers Arm continued services at the Baptist Osier had for his theme saturday period of rewards and the intermediate the speaker showed that the period of final awards would be after the Christ As mediator will continue his priestly work until the conclusion of this age or when ceasing to he will occupy the judgment As he adjudicates the cases of the living and the the resurrection of the righteous a thousand years before the resurrection of the wicked is proof positive that the destiny of All has been and the executive judgment has the righteous introduced into the eternal rest realize the fruition of the fondest our Pennant a nig crowd sees Tyrone defeat Dell Fonte by score of nine to theres a name that sadly theres a Branch com town that theres a base Ball club that tumbled with Albrigh seeder the pleasant Home of and Christian Corner of fourteenth Street and Pennsylvania was the scene of a pretty and notable Erent Samuel a fourteen year old son of Jacob resident at East Annex to Tyrone sunday fell a distance of 10 or 15 feet from a breaking a Bone of the right forearm and dislocating the left Arm at the wrist the swing is located at the Gypsy Camp at Mouth of Williams hollow along the old town ship Road about a mile Northeast of East the Accident occurred about 4 Oclock yesterday the unfortunate lad is one of the Herald one sunday about two years ago an East Tyrone boy fell from a swing at the tume place and broke an Kellar is coming the greatest of All magicians will be at the Academy of music next thursday and with him his latest wonder this remarkable production electrified the Philadelphia pub Lic last when it was introduced for the first time during the magicians phenomenal run it is a wonder Ful combination of scientific skill and Clever and its effect upon an audience said to be truly Kellar also brings Bis masterpiece of of the truly astonishing As Nana the Hindoo wonder and a Host of other curious und wonderful things calculated to astonish and seats for Kellar Are on Sale at advertised advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Posto Tice Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the Tolice for two weeks without being called after being letters Are held two weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarded to the dead letter Vilice at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the Ween ending saturday september 8 misses Rachel Bollman Mary Herbert William Henry Hugh Amos an ton the second Ward in All Proba poll about 335 votes at the no vember hot water and hot air heat lug apparatus Are being housed extensively in town just at the ungodly raised from the dead at the end of the 1800 years will be con signed to the Lake of their final the period Between death and resurrection was shown to be a state of conscious rest to the righteous and of suffering to the sunday morning the preacher Dis coursed on the kingdom of the importance of the theme appeared from a variety of on sunday evening Osier had for his discourse the Stone Cut out of the Mountain without the preacher traced the course of empires from the supremacy of Babylon through its divisions and until the present he then called attention to the that during christs earthly the roman government was a the subdivisions of Western commenced in and was constr rated in hence the Stone could net smite the image on the feet of the first Advent As they were not in existence for More than 400 years after that an Earnest practical implication of the subject concluded the evening our team did according to my poem of saturday eve i desire to speak the truth and no one i promised you then at that Given time Tell you some More of our Pennant Ball from earliest morn on last saturday the most we could hear was How they could when the time had arrived As Well As our foe every person seemed anxious to have the game the grand stand was no room could be except in the right out on the the time Hod arrived when play Ball was called nor dreamed the High kickers How they would get Bellefonte took the Tyrone took the and from that moment on we had Many loud Many eyes from Bellefonte viewed this final game and found out our boys were quite hard ones to in tyrones first inning they hit the Ball straight we realized then they had captured their we knew it was in them As we spoke of and they played a Good game As is seen by the they hit the Ball they hit the Ball and decided for sure their Hoodoo to the first inning counted for our boys Fine and they forged right ahead till the score had reached while in the meantime and also Between or foes found themselves a Little bit heir Pitcher indeed they thought was so Nobby but Down would when he had to face in had to do this three times and ouch More ind the Way he was must have Felt his Man with four hits Over whom we now Erow Vas the one in left Fiel who made the great phere is who caught with such should not be forgotten As he batted at the did great work indeed and nine did not Bat him because of his Shaffer played first so nicely and Slick jut was often called into Settle a teed who played second is that handsome nun and gave satisfaction As no other Vetzel at third put up a Good game no matter the he plays just the the one that played Short is Woodhart they in worked hard to win and with us will our old who stood out in though not at his played Clear out of last but not least is the Centre Field the great Fly he caught added much to our the to his decisions would stick no matter How much the players would the visitors grumbled from the beginning right through but to score three runs was Best they could the strangers were some almost were caused by of swelled for a winning Ball team we put Forth our we have met the enemy and the Pennant is la Lulu county the committee on races for the Agri cultural society fair is composed of Charles wooden and the following is the Cata Logue of races for fair week september trotting and pacing Tor horses that have never started in a Best two in three mile Pony race f r ponies thirteen and on half hands High or no Entrance fee september trotting and Best three in september free trotting and pacing mile Best three in running one half mile Best three in entries close sep tember at 6 Oclock ought to take a Brace this year and Send a creditable delegation to the county fair to be held at Hollidaysburg next an everlasting float the Pennant Oer its the invincible loll Contos picture Lias been smashed Clear through the crepe is at a Premium in Bellefonte and the wearied denizens of that Side tracked Village Are wondering what hit them last perhaps it was this is a right smart sort of town and so Many Bellefont ers wanted to visit us on saturday that they All get Here on the regular so a special in the afternoon brought up an additional cargo of in the evening they gave up the other half of their excursion tickets and won dered Why they had journeyed some of them lost half a Day some lost other things some were Only too glad that thei r Railroad tickets had t escaped a thousand pairs of Eye followed the movements of the agile representatives of Bellefonte and Tyrone in their prob ably Pennant deciding game on the association grounds saturday it was an exhibition full of though no time was the result in Tyrone walked upon the held Bellefonte was never in the visitors should have been shut but that have been their first run was scored on a chinese variation by the local team in which real for a moment was suspended while nine excited Young men rushed around aimlessly wondering what they ought to after the Home people were More easy on their opponents and permitted them to score two More but Tyrone tallied nine Meany had no terrors for them and they whisked the sphere in every direction while nimble feet circuited the bases and clinched the Rauby seemed always to have his Bat in the Way when Meany was sending Snake lines Back to and the big fellow has a Safe hit to his credit for every time he faced the Flanagan also collided with Means Best three times and the other Home players kept the Ball rolling in Harmony with the example excellent work was accomplished in the the features were drab is magnificent throw from deep left by which he caught a runner at Home Reeds phenomenal Slop and Fielding of an awkward Bounder off second Fine Fly catches by Dunn and Gill and the Superb Battery work of Hodson and for Roberts and Meany led in while Shields and Moss fielded with the game was honestly satisfactorily Umpire by of and of Belefonte the big crowd was orderly and though there was plenty of legitimate there was no buying of with the single exception of an occasional Salty compliment to the visiting fresh Man who disturbed the game once in a while by unnecessary Tyrone is now in the Lead for the Mountain league and in All likelihood will remain Here is How Bellefonte picture was turned towards the Wall thursday afternoon at four when their miss Minnie Seeger became the Bride of John one of tyrones successful the immediate families of the Young principals and a few of their what the local legislators did didst and tried to All members were present at the Reg ular monthly meeting of Borough coun cil monday the Highway reported that work on Columbia Avenue would soon be completed that pavements were nearly All Laid and that the Jersey Shore Stone would furnish crossing Stone at 16 Tyrone i 1 i 1 1 2 i r 1 2 1 of 1 0 u 11 i 1 o u 0 2 0 1 2 2 1 s 12 0 2 i u k islot11 to who 0 0 0 0 1 2 i 0 e 0 0 0 0 p 1 0 2 2 8 1 2 0 0 0 11 0 2 1 a i h i o totals i 8 2 to tills 3 h 4 Hurt out Tor interfering with out Lor stepping out of Tyrone 12022002 Lliel Delonto Uoo Liioi Larnid runs Tyrone Bullet Btu two base struck out by Hoil Sou by Mutiny bases on called by Hodson 5 by Meany 1tissed bulls fluid Jiuji Roberts Lino umpires Liny and Mountain league herewith is the present standing of the clubs of the Mountain league in their championship contest 3 i c h to 33 c n o q pm cd b it t 0 32229 2 4 8 514 3 2 3 5 3 2 2 2 1 7 j 1 1 3 s games Tyrone Bellefonte Philipsburg Cleu Roeld 10 8 n 11 13 won 14 13 9 7 8 lost 8 9 10 11 13 030 591 474 389 381 intimate friends were the preliminaries were gracefully attended Toby the and Wilson promptly at the hour miss Josephine Yogt at the piano rendered a wedding when the bridal party appeared in the facing the officiating clergy Beiswenger of the German lutheran and of the English lutheran who assisted in the were the Bride and and the bridesmaid and grooms Man who were miss Ida Albright and Fred the impressive serv ice of the lutheran ritual was comple Ted when and Albright received the Hearty of the interested after a Happy interchange of greetings and some time spent in enjoying the music of talented ones the party Sac Down to a sumptuous collation wherein everyone further in the evening and followed by a Shower of Rice and Albright left the House and proceeded to the de pot where they boarded fast him for the their honeymoon of about ten Days will be spent at new and other after which they will return to Settle Down ii residing for the present at the Home of the the display of gifts was indeed Beautiful and conveyed unmistakably the High esteem in which obese Young people Are a list of the wedding presents is As follows Silver Tea set John Rug and new table table napkins and Marseilles bed spread Henry Marseilles bed spread and tidy and Rug Frank set miss Mamie tidy Henry Al Silver suit cellars miss Annie dozen Silver Teaspoons Walter cellars Fred Silver knives and Forks miss Ida stand and table covers and dollies miss Emma Seeger fancy Mirror and con rocking chair and Berry spoon and Fred port fruit dish miss Rosa table cover Freddie Condron hair tidy and and and misses Annie and Mary Al Silver Tea set and port stick pins and Scarf pin Chenille Portieles and table Silver meat Fork and poit sugar spoon and knife Mary port dressing ladle Wilkes Chenille table cover and John Gold Collar bed line Linen dozen napkins and pair towels and port pictures handkerchief and Jacob Silver syrup Pitcher and Fred Schwartz port half dozen Tablespoons miss Emma net tidy Walter pair of towels and Ober dozen napkins sugar spoon and butter knife pair towels miss Lena lace curtains Henry Cus Padore Callie and Josephine dressing ladle Silver sugar spoon Stine Aud clock Claude Silver Salt and Pepper service fruit knife and Orange spoon Fichthorn and half dozen Silver Teaspoons pair of Linen Wilson Heinley fruit and cake Fred Seeger presented a Beautiful brides and agent for Marvin also sent a handsome brides these two decorating the table hand Arkle und Groom Are among tyrones Best Young people of whom too Many cents per Square chairman Stine of the Public build ing reported Hall the committee was instructed to apply a remedy for the oozing of water Down the Walls of the citizens fire finance chairman Mccann reported on the engraving of and the con tract was let to of new at for 285 he also offered the Folio Wing report of treasurer Daniel Donnelly As to the finances of the late East Tyrone Borough orders in Treasury indebtedness of Haagen of sanitary reported the town in healthy noting Only two or three places where defects would be on motion of the sanitary committee will make a tour of the town and All parties offending against the ordinances will be required to clean and disinfect premises on 24 hours the Gen eral use of disinfectants is recommended just at this chairman Gingrich reported that the Light and water committee had decided to place two arc lights in new addition to Borough and two in East on motion the lights were ordered placed and burning by Burley said that parties last week had taken the fire patrol Wagon from the Neptune room and returned it in bad Smith reported private evidently just after the burial of the Man who was killed at the watering station below town two weeks undertaker Bur Ley wrote e to John Bartley of port Jer whose name was Given to to him As the father of the dead by a couple of men who claimed to have been present when tha fatal Acci Dent following is a copy of a reply to Burley which pretty clearly proves the unfortunate Man to hive been a son of of port Jervis your letter at my son John left Home about two years but we had a letter from him about six months and then he was in and said he would be Home in his name was John he was about 5 feet 7 inches High wit i Marks on his but i never noticed what they his age was the writer goes on to state that he believes the dead Man to be his son and would like to have the body removed to port and if it can be done the expense will be willingly paid by Barley wrote a second letter to Bart but has not yet had a reply to he will very probably receive one very soon authorizing the re Moval when colder weather do you to vote if you Heel Well the information herein the hours required of registration assessors to sit at the several polling places on wednesday and september 7th and Are Between the hours of 10 and 3 and from 0 to 9 of each of said polling place Esquire Taylors West tenth second polling Public West tenth third Hugh polling Jaseph Williams Coal nuisances at 15th Street property of a1 and at a petition of citizens was asking that Alley from Woodland Avenue to East 10th Street be and on motion Council decided to meet on the ground at tuesday evening to act upon the solicitor Hicks presented the ordinance relating to the exclusion of cows from the in accordance with previous instructions of the Haagen moved that ordinance be adopted As and the motion was messes Mccann und Stine voting and Lau ners and Smith Burley con tended that Council could not take this summary action without reconsidering the motion of last meeting where by it was decided to have this ordinance Council support und the cow was for the time being on motion of All persons who May hereafter dig up the streets to Lay water pipe will be compelled 1 to Lay Lead pipe to prevent further the solicitor was instructed to Frame an ordinance to this Burley offered the following interesting Resolution the administration of tool lace of clot Burgess of this Borough by the pres ent Saul Olleo has been unset Anil dying and detrimental to Trio bust interests of the be it that the said chill Burgess be requested to resign his said Olliee on or before Tho first monday of of tobit and that a copy of these resolutions to delivered to said chief Burguss by the Secre tary of Council at considerable discussion followed the Reading of the Resolution which on vote was and Stine voting and Smith Aid Gingrich voting Burley request that Burley be released from placing fire plug at Corner of 10th and Wood and that Ludlow valve be Given the contract at the same was treasurer Gates report was As follows chairman finance dear last report i have Recd As follows 3 from the assessors of the different wards will sit at regular places on wednesday and toured 7th and Between the hours of 10 and 3 and from 6 to 9 for the Pur pose of registering Good words could not be in Church and musical circles they Are prominent and that their life May be All Bright is the cordial and sincere wish of the the Sunbeam Mission band of the presbyterian Church will hold a festival in the lecture room of the Church on thursday september 25 31 71 assistant 1 00 10 00 17 65 7 50 no report from Burgess very Boro Kurtz and Beamer asked for a pavement along Park Avenue on West on motion the property owners Between 6th and 7th Street will be required to Lay Bills were read and orders granted As follows Home electric Light Gas water Richter Neptune fire Ray Bros 25 2029 Moses 50 Beyer Michael Oliver office West fourth James polling Public school West fourteenth East Joshua polling Public school West Snyder Emanuiel ing Esquire Warings Tolice North Washington Tyrone township Samuel polling Brick school House near Centre of sinking Twenty years monday evening witnessed the Happy Celebration of an event which took place at j when John Wilson and miss Lizzie Markley became husband and the twentieth anniversary of their marriage found them in their pleasant and hospitable Home awaiting the Corn ing of their friends to assist them in the about ninety guests composed the company last evening at Wilsons Home on Washington among these of Phila who was bridesmaid at the wedding on that memorable Day Twenty years Tho evening was Delight fully spent in a social and a splendid repast added to the pleasure of All the merry in Honor of the Host and hostess Many Beautiful gifts were tokens of Gen nine esteem from their whose sincere wish is that they May live to enjoy Many More years of life a Young Lidys hand amputated miss Annie daughter of mrs Cutler win resides in the rink Corner of Logan Avenue and fourteenth met with an unfortunate Accident last tuesday at the homeopathic medical and surgical hos Pital at whore she is employed in the laundry while engaged at Young lady put her hand in the a machine for smoothing Linen by roller the hand was caught in the machine and was so terribly burned and crushed that the surgeons found it necessary to amputate the member at the p miss Cutler stood the ordeal she will be Able to be around in two or three her a left Friday morning for Pittsburg to be with her daughter whom she will bring Home to Tyrone As soon us the physicians pronounce her Able to be a a party of hotel men were telling tuesday evening of the queer meals they had served to the craftsmen who stopped Here on their Way Home from one Veteran restaurateur told of a customer who had ordered three dozen hard boiled eggs it 60 Ceuta a cans of sardines at 20 cents a and a half dozen doughnuts at 30 the Man paid for the meal and sat at the counter until he had eaten All except the egg shells and the sardine cans and went away angry when the proprietor fearing for the mans health refused to furnish him with another dozen of hard boiled City Columbia Avenue is destined to be the popular Boulevard for promenades and

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