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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
The Rone by september Twenty ninth news prom National Headquarters by our Owa a new York Democrat who is in a position to know whereof he Speaks said to a Washington Friend concern ing the report that senator Hill and a Secretary Whitney would have a bitter bunt for the control of the com ing democratic state and consequently of the democratic delegation from that state to the National convention it is simply rot Why should there be a fight who controls and will continue to control Testate does not antagonize Whitney candidacy for the presiden tial of the contrary he us perfectly willing that Whitney should have the solid delegation also the democratic he docent believe he can get even with the Earnest support of his own state delegation to Start Why in Hill willing to see Whitney nominated f simply because he is so Well acquainted with the condition of Public sentiment that he knows no Democrat can be elected president next he knows that although making a pretence of being Friendly to Doest want him Good Arent they senator germans friends say that or Cleveland has through Dan to let it be known in some Way that he wants the Gorman ticket elected in Maryland Aud that those democrats who Are fighting that ticket most Oil whom Are Cleveland Are acting against his but there Are democrats other people toxin Washington who do not believe that any such Promise has been made or that Cleveland will move a Finger or say a word to help Gorman in his Cleveland has hereto fore shown himself to be the most implacable and unforgiving of even whore his own political interests were injured by his refusal to forgive in juries previously done of Webster who is visiting says of political matters in his state the republicans will elect their state ticket this year by an enormous majority it be surprising if the Mark was next year we will do even As we expect to have a favorite son at the head of the National the logic of the situation undoubtedly Points to senator Allison As the the strongest and the most available Man that could be named for the i think he is growing in strength All the the enthusiasm of his own people in his cause is something and there is scarcely a Republican voter in the state who Doest already look upon him As the next the presumptions opinion comp troller which required ten thousand words to refusing to approve the claims for sugar Bounty and referring the sugar men to the court of would have attracted More had it not been known so far in Advance just what he had been ordered to do and Why the orders had been the principal object the administration has in View of to keep the Money appropriated by con Gress to pay sugar in the that object will be attained As no decision can be reached by the court of claims until Well into novem even should the Case be advanced to the and it is expected that the Case will be appealed to the supreme court before the Money is nothing would please Cleveland More than to have either the court of claims or the supreme court decide bounties Are t there is Little probability of his ing any such pleasure from the us e however court of s May although he has the Wei of adding one vote against con in the supreme by the appointment of a successor to the Lau p j Uslice the Louisi Ana Suga r men Are very bitter towards who gave them a positive hat that should have this id who used his influence to uie Bill providing therefor they now see game and say still Cost myst cd the Jesse of this several months merely As a took up the study of and by continued practice has become quite expert in performing feats of slight of the Art which he has acquired stands him in Good Stead in furnishing innocent amusement for his friends on social As was evidenced at the party at his Home the other evening when he puzzled the assembled guests by his wonderful exhibition of on this occasion the nimble fingered Jay found a rival in for when he had gone through his pleasing rep his John Stew who is As full of Jovia Lity As any of his announced that would perform a number As a Climax to the Stewart placed three hats on the and underneath each de posited a piece of then he told the wondering friends that he would eat the three pieces of cake in their after which he would replace the hats on the and then would again cause All three pieces of cake to be placed underneath whichever hat anyone in his audience might his auditors looked upon the Promise with undisguised but Stewart coolly removed the pieces of cake from underneath the and ate leaving not a then he pointed to the three hats on the and asked one of the company to designate Oue of the hats underneath which he wished to have the same three pieces of cake one of the hats being Stewart picked it placed it upon his head and smilingly walked out of the when the company grasped the Situa Tion a few minutes applause Fol Lowed the Clever Kellar never hoodwinked an audience More Thor the leu town a number of Tyrone grand army men have returned from Lewistown where they took part in the ceremonies attending the Centennial Celebration and Encampment of the Juniata Valley Veteran they report a Good and not a Man of them is sorry he was the town was crowded with people and the exercises of the Day were great till a heavy rain came along in the afternoon and dampened things band concerts opened Early in the morning and were numerous during the a balloon ascension occurred at 11 notwithstanding the dampness of the at two Oclock the Parade formed As per arrangement and marched Over All the principal streets of the and All the time the rain descend a Brilliant miss Mary Isenberg and Howard Faulkender happily at the English lutheran Church wednesday contain ing a very serious was at a High when at the hour of 4 Oclock the ceremony was performed at the Church altar by the Bergstresser which United in marriage miss Mary daughter of our and Howard of the ring ceremony was and its neat Ness and Beauty blended in Complete Harmony with the surrounding decorations and gorgeous it was an occasion of High Hope and extreme pleasure for the and their friends present gave expression to their Best wishes by act and for the congratulations were Hearty and the maid of Hui or was miss Lucy is sister of the with miss Vivian Kilius of As and Harry Kantner of As miss Nora Long presided at i he Organ and per formed Mendelssohn wedding March As the handsome wedding procession approached the Bride leaning on the Arm of her preceded by the Little lower misses Daisy and Jessie Sisters of the Bride and the Hays gulp Matthew Morrow and All of together with the Groom and his beat the maid of Honor leading the Way Down the aisle the Bride wore White brocaded Satin and carried a bouquet or Tea Anc the bridesmaid was dressed in White silk with bouquet of the male of Honor also wore White silk with i bouquet of and the Little Flowe girls were dressed in the Groom and his attendant were dressed in conventional after the ceremony the party retire to the Home of the brides parents or West Washington where sumptuous repast was served and the glitter of the occasion continued of several the Bride and Groom i the meantime taking a Eastern train their honeymoon trip will include visits to several of the Eastern the seashore and other places of interest and after which in about two weeks they will return to take up their permanent residence in where the Groom will resume his studies As a Law student in the office of from which he will shortly emerge As a full fledged lawyer Well equipped for working his Way into Success and prominence in the with a worthy lady Aud one of tyrones fairest daughters at his get Prei Promise v Ai help get through through to the demo Juratic party the electoral vote of the Washington con get of the left the Louisville encamp ment yesterday and today on special to the Gold Reserve is again below the Hundred Millio and Treasury of facials Uulu shiuely admit that they Are doing do except to rely upon the members of the Bond Syndicate for help to prevent its going is it any wonder that people Are praying for the end of the demo cratic and that the country May never have another to break off an old Friend the Parade was composed of seven divisions under the marshals Bip of John with Mcnitt and major Mcewen As the Industrial display could not have been finer and could not be equated for a town of the and then All the neighbouring towns were represented by indicative of their various Indus tries and business printing planing Black in fact representatives of every Trade and business were at work on their floats and distributed their pro ducts to the assembled throngs watch ing the the orders made a Fine and deserve much Praise for their Long tramp through the mud Aud after the Parade the Only things on the program were a dross Parade and band concert at Camp Hul Ings arid the display of which was this closed the Day Aud the Centennial was a thing of the she there is a Rule at Smith College that no girl can go out driving with a Young Man unless he is her her Fiance or a near once upon a not Many years a Young Man went there to see a girl with whom he stood in none of these although he wished to be in one of and like any sensible Young fellow in such a pretty town he asked her to take a having no knowledge of the bothersome the girl said that she would just love to but she would have to ask the is the Young Man your brother inquired the said the is he your Cousin said the Are you the blushing Maiden but i think we will be when we come if still run let to ctr Rrt 1 a nil Trade Home Yon will Only let me go i and Tion says that the couple came not to i was a Al listed with Catarrh last aut during the month of october i could neither taste or smell and could hear but Elys Brearn Balm cured j suffered from Catarrh of the worst kind Ever since a and i never hoped for but Elys Cream Balm seems to do even Many acquaintances have used it with excellent re 46 Warren Cream 13alin is tin on evening last a numerous company of people thronged the Resi Dence Aud store of twelfth that place was chosen As the meeting place by about sixty of the friends of Edgar Mckin Washington and soon after 8 Oclock the party proceeded to their Home which they successfully stormed by Surprise and captured without ten years the couple in whom the chief interest of the occasion Cen United their fortunes and during the decade have succeeded not Only in building a pleasant Home but in build ing numerous and Strong it was a merry pleasant quaint Good Zatur de jesting and Quick repartee furnished the flavor requisite to the enjoyment of about 10 Oclock three goodly sized loaded with the essentials to a delicious were spread in the pretty Lawn adjacent to the and upon the giving of the prearranged signal the bridal party Rose and proceeded from the House to the four maids of Honor led the Fol Lowed by the Happy couple then the parents of the Groom followed by pastor and Gilbert and Many others till the tables were furnished with it was a pretty that Large company banqueting in the Culm and when after All wants had been supplied Aud further pleasant Tete Arete the party broke it was with gratitude to those interested in getting up the pleasant Surprise and Hearty congratulations penetrated with sincere Well wishes for the delighted May they live to celebrate their Golden a timely each season forces upon our consideration its own Peculiar perils to the Advent of fall finds Many reduced in strength Ani poorly prepared to continue the business of the stomach and the great Highway of animal is especially liable to disorder in the the nervous system has also suffered in the typhoid fever and malaria in particular find in the fall that combination 01 air and water that Mark this season As especially the falling the decaying vegetables contribute their share of contamination hoods Sar Saparia furnishes a most valuable safeguard at these ii Portal and should be used in the m before serious sickness has Laid you Low runaway girls the Huntingdon Monitor informs us hat on sunday evening last two Young apparently about 17 yearn of made their Advent into be was entirely barefooted and neither resented an appearance that was Cal plated to Charm he fancy of a person All their presence in own soon attracted a certain class of admirers and also chief of police de at first they could not be but finally a Young gentle Man who finds a habitation in Tyrone and who was a witness to the girls a ions on the revealed their and a message was sent to the ather1 of one of they were daughters of inner and Frank and the message was address d to the a reply was received immediately requesting that the Runa ways be held until called and they were at once corralled by chief Defor Estand detained in the Borough he Killinger girl was the conspicuous y shoeless on monday morning he Killinger girls father arrived in in what manner unless on Shanks Mare no one seems to and of a fined the release of both parties about 10 Oclock the Trio started rom the Borough it is or but How they readied that place is there is no ques Ion but that the girls walked the entire distance from Tyrone to and it is also believed that Killin Ger made the trip in the same locomotion was similarly accomplished by the Trio on the return the father of the Killinger girl had a conversation with a Wall known Citi zen Here monday and was rather inclined to charge the responsibility of the runaway to the influence of the Briner but those who have some knowledge of the two seem to think in relating his Trou Bles in this conversation Killinger said his two married Sisters in the Western part of the state had met with some fatality Only the Day think of two girls from a town second Only to heaven according to the boasts of her languishing in Hunt in dons lockup i the result of inquiry proves the above Tatei nent of the Monitor substantially Frank the father of one of the girls having arrived in Tyrone in due time with his and such a careworn spectacle As Trio presented has not appeared on Tyrone Street perhaps since the town was and they Are genuine residents of think of it All this in our own town of Tyrone where the White horse and Black Heifer must be tolerated till we can get rid of but we find that both girls Are originally from Hunting Don the from near Pennsylvania and the from the Vicinity of Union Why Mother did you afflict your off Spring so severely As to cast them into prison when they drifted Back by natural gravitation didst you gather them into the folds of your parental and nurture and care for them As a humane and Loving Mother should is it possible that you did not recognize your own children it must be else you could not have been so advertised letters remaining in the Tyrone Post office Are addressed to the persons named these letters have been in the Oil ice for one week without being called after being letters Are held weeks and if unclaimed Are forwarder to the Kad letter office at when they Are immediately returned to the writers or the list is As follows for the week ending saturday september 7 the summer inspector general Worrells report of the second inspector general Morrell has just completed Bis report of the summer a sections at the encampments of the several brigades of the Pennsylvania National he commends the system of parading the commands in Light marching and says that future inspections will be held the last Days of the the condition of the equipments and rifles throughout the division was but he recommends that the enlisted men be not required to Wear White rather than adopt the new be suggests that the state should contract for putting in first class condition the Arm at he Calls attention to the fact that in the recent Camps Bat Talion majors made use of a paper con Taining the movements that were to be and says that this must not occur again upon penalty of having charges of incompetence made against such Morrell says there has been considerable improvement in guard but it still Falls far Short of the stand the guard mounts were but in some particularly in the second there was a total a Senc of and he recommends that guard duty be Given double the value of any other item future he endorses the Sugges Tion of Thomas Hudson that the old Field pieces attached to each Battery of artillery be and tint in their place should be supplied new Breech loading guns lighter than those recently he recommends the adoption of the three battalion either throughout the brigades or in one brigade at a the Fol lowing figures show the percentages earned by organizations in the Sec Ond brigade Sheridan 100 general 90 school of the 96 extended 96 guard 80 100 condition of 94 condition of 90 condition of and books and Battery 100 general 94 school of the 90 school of 95 guard 85 90 condition of 95 condition of Condi Tion of and books and fifth general school of 92 5 extended 85 guard 59 95 Condi Tion of 94 condition of equip 93 condition of 95 books Aud tenth 100 general 93 school of Bat 7f extended so guard 37 97 condition of 96 condition or condition of 91 books and 92 fourteenth regiment 99 20 general 97 school of 85 extended 85 guard 55 9 Condi Tion of 90 condition of equip 92 condition of 93 books and fifteenth general appearance 98 school of Battal Ion 80 extended order guard duty 74 discipline 97 condition of arms 95 5 condition of equipments 95 5 condition of books Aud papers sixteenth 98 51 general appearance 91 school of the hat Talion 82 5 extended order guard duty 80 discipline 94 condition of arms 92 condition of equipments 90 5 Condi Tion of clothing books Aud papers eighteenth 98 77 general appearance school of battalion 80 extended order 80 guard duty 7g discipline 93 5 condition of arms condition of equipments 92 condition of clothing 93 books and papers militia attendance general appearance 100 school of battalion 55 guard duty 79 discipline 90 condition of arms 97 condition of equipments 95 condition of clothing 98 books and papers the water seems to to just now the Supply of water in sink ing run is probably Shorter than it has mrs Kulo Parks i Luvelie Mccunn my Luggio ecu Only my Annie Mills Scuilli Lutc Cox i ii Lam Llo Embory Stu Bucu Dougli s May Walker Blary a Morrison Jennie Xii thu Hurt gentlemen Gorp of win Jolius s Only 0 Myers h m Jio Oil we 11 cod Frank w a Wysong sir Simpson Painter Fisk Good nows for we have just Learned from Secretary and treasurer of the Eleanor Iron that they Are going to Start their Nail factory at holidays Birg just As soon As needed repairs can be they have an excellent fac thoroughly equipped for a Large boilers and All the other requisites Are ready to Start up in ten Sholly intimated that president of the is now in the East making final arrangements Fer the entire output of the Mill running Day and labourers Are already put to work to clean up the factory Aud machinery and soon the Click of the machines will be heard to the Delight of old a Luiu the editor of the Lewistown Gazette presents an important subject in the Fol lowing Plain and forcible manner there Are few Farmers who would enjoy having their crops distributed among fourteen or fifteen Hundred Dif Ferent persons in amount averaging from one to two dollars and be compelled to wait a year or More for and run the risk of never receiving with wheat at five cents a Bushel is there a Farmer in Miflin county who would be willing to distribute from twelve to fifteen Hun dred bushels in such without even if there were prospects of receiving one Dollar or one Dollar and half a Bushel and run the risk of the accounts being paid at the option of their customers we think but that is the condition required of county and Yot some people believe themselves imposed upon if they Are asked to Deal with the newspapers As they Are required to transact other legitimate been at any other time during the pres ent and the Stream is As Low As it is Likely to get this this being the it is a Good time to make an estimate of what can be depended upon from the source of our water and make comparison Between our own advantages and those of others in this two lines of pipe Supply the town with drawing its Supply of water from what is called the lower furnishes All the water used on Pennsylvania Avenue and that portion of the town East of the thoroughfare the other portion of town gets its Supply from the upper a measurement taken above both these dams shows a capacity of 209 cubic inches in the and it is estimated that about Gallons of water passes into the pipes in 24 which furnishes Between 400 and 500 Gallons per capita per Day to our recently superintendent Dieffenbaugh Anil clerk John of the Tyrone Gas and water made a measurement of Jie Stream that supplies the Reservoir at Kittanning Point with Aud found it to con Tain 112 cubic a Little More Titan half the capacity of the sinking from this Stream Altoona City draws its Supply of about 80 cubic inches of water is flowing from the Mccamant or big Spring at the present an examination of this at the Railroad Bridge abutment near the Mouth of the Stream will an idea of the size of the Stream that sup plies the town with the last named is nearly two and a half times As Large As the at present All the water in sinking run is flowing into the and it is either used or wasted by the citizens of the and Many of the people at the upper end of fifteenth Street Are we Are to get their water from hydrants at lower Points along the pipe during the hot and dry season All the water that flows Down the sinking run passes into the pipes and out of sight at no accumulation of water in the dams occurs during the Day or that the consumption during the without any special Effort to is properly equal to the Supply there is no says superintendent to ques but the Lack of accumulation at night is Octiff to indifference and reckless carelessness on part of people who permit their hydrants to i in at All Day and it is fair to suppose that there is no need for drawing a drop of water from one out of fifty spigots in town Between the hours of 10 Oclock Ai night and r in the and if people would see that spigots Are closed at night there would doubtless be no cause for com plaint of the shortness of water Supply anywhere during Dieffenbaugh assures us that his calculation As to the Quantity of water flowing into the pipes is if this be the Case the consumption is equal to about fifteen barrels to each woman and child in the town every Twenty four this certainly ought to be sufficient to keep us clean and have an ample Supply besides for cooking and drinking with reasonably care at night the main pipes Sioum always be Tell of water and the dams should a Quantity of water is a Reserve at least till a late hour each and there would not Only be ample water for the real needs of but there would be a surplus often to be used a a real the Street sprinkler goes on duty at 12 Oclock and comes off at 6 Oclock in the morn it is estimated that the Quantity of water it uses is less than the capacity of the Stream for a single a Good bit of complaint is raised that a Large storage dam is not erected Well up the this would doubtless be a Good and useful improvement if care was taken to allow the water to accumulate at but with the out lets open All Over so As to prevent an accumulation in the present smaller reservoirs there is evidently no need for a larger the How is and when it is if not it is hoped that some Means will be provided for pre venting the useless and extravagant waste of water which seem now to druggists say that their sales of hoods Sar Saparia exceed those of All there is no substitute for dont to in or contract a new and doubtful All to give advice without being asked for to spend your Money in Advance of earning poor Winneshiek win tit Robert Leach used two boxes of de Witts Witch Hazel Salve and cured a Large running sore on his had been under care of physician for months without obtaining sure cure for
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