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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1895, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaThe Tyrone by c s w Jones Twenty ninth Yeazil news Groin National Headquarters by our own correspondent Wasu Siutoa sept of the administration Are griped and More alarmed much Clia Over that us in vol statement published by the Bond Syndi Cate which by the Way is one of those explanations which do not explain some of the language in that statement was to be certainly not calculated to allay the fears of Secretary Carlisle concern ing the maintenance of the Gold re serve for instance the assertion that the Syndicate although under no obligation to do would continue to Jan uary 1 to Deposit Gold if existing conditions make it feasible to do so the administration fears that existing conditions in this Case will mean whether it will be to the interests of the Syndicate to furnish the Treasury with Gold the Syndicate adde tothe demoralization of or Carlis e fellow democrats when it said Lut neither the Bond Syndicate nor any one else can control the elements after All what frightened a Carlisle even worse Tau the significant wording of the Public statement of the Bond Syndi Cate was that a member of it withdrew from the Treasury and exported ei500oc6 of the 87200000 in Gold sent u Europe last Weithe largest shipments Ever made week with the single exception week in Hist january when the sent was in list Secretary Carlisle makes no in one of a total Wes pretence of being one of master of or even of the controlling factors in financial situation Drifting trusting to fuck Syndicate seemingly of what he is simply and the Bond without a idea will do or try to do in Case the new the new woman seems making More rapid strides in Bellefonte Han anywhere we have noticed of thursday evening says Iho news h very enjoyable Assembly was Given in the new armory by the Young ladies of Bellefonte to the derelict Young gentle Ronen which was thoroughly a Kap year affair though a Little ahead of the proper Date the ladies assumed the place usually taken by the gentlemen and carried their Pait out successfully in every detail the Patr Nesses of the occasion were or Frank Montgomery Gen Wilbur f Reeder and Captain Henry c Quig Ley All of whom performed their parts with As much Grace and dignity As the Queen of England could do and Wheeli at once proved thut they could Verj easily adapt themselves to the new o Der of things when the women assume the position of breadwinners and the men stay at Home Aud Taine care of the babies and receive the gentlemen Call ers the debutantes of the evening or Frank Rhoads Aud or Maurice Jackson both of whom were arrayed in the latest fashion but fair costumes were entirely devoid of ornaments o any kind the ladies were certainly in Clover and they made the most of their oppor Tunita distributing their dance and other favors in a very equitable Maune sometimes taking occasion to Fie Square with some gentleman Friend and it can truly be said it wis ver pleasing to the Young gentlemen to b Able to say thank you my program i full but you May have the eighth extra the music for unceremonious descent of Twentyfive an exciting time the old ale farm along the Ridge Road ver the line in Huntingdon county Eloese is now owned and operated by Frederick Weidley in a Field near the House is in old Lime Kiln which has a depth of about Twentyfive feet from top to Bottom Over the Kiln is a shed made f Timber and boards and immediate y Over the opening at the top of the Kiln or Weidley has been in the habit of keeping Loose boards to prevent sleep us Small Stock from falling in be Jestly the Field has been used for Pas Turing Stock and among the animals Given the Freedom of the enclosure is a Ulack Mare Young neither Gold Reserve above the danger line there never was a time when a financier was More needed at the head of the Treasury an Able Man directing our finances there would be no More Bond issues in times of profound peace but the Able Man is lacking Aud the Bond Issue will come again in due time representative Milliken of Maine brought a Good size Section of the Reed Boom to Washington with him said you should meet with anyone who declared that new England was not for Tom Reed for president Chal Lenge the statement with All the emphasis at your command new eng land is for him and will Back him with All the Force and enthusiasm that human nature can exert but be int de j d6 he occasion was fur Aud full of vigor wednesday morning the animal was Ati ii about the Field but later in the Day when she was wanted to take a baud in making Hay one of or Weid Leys boys failed to find Ber after Dili gent search but a second Aud More Earnest Effort to locate her succeeded in the Bottom of Trie Kiln she having entered the shed to escape the torrent of flies Aud walking on the boards they save Way and the de scent was doubtless very Quick sur prising and exciting to the animal the boys Valuer was quickly informed of the circumstance and in a Short time the entire Community was aroused Henry Pearl roof Shine nearhoof Sil ver Xea Hoof Jack Lapour Frank Downing and another citizen or two a Feib soon on the spot t assist their neighbor in solving the dilemma that so suddenly had come upon him had this plan and another that to at 5 Oclock Friday morning the spirit of Leonard Ehn aau departed from its tenement of Clay at the a Ernau Home on Vav Ashington Avenue born at Alix Mills Kadol Burg county Bavaria Germany on the 15th of september 1812 the deceased would have been s3 years old had he lived till sunday just two Days More Iti Early life or Ehm Aii was married to miss Anna m Shuli at Alix Mills and the Young couple settled to Kain Dorf in the same count where they Maine till the year 1855 when they removed to this country locating at Alexandria Huntingdon county in 1865 the family removed from Alexan Dria to Tyrone and buying the prop erty made a permanent Home where or Ebman died this morning mrs he Cazau died in Tyrone fourteen years wished by lettau Williams ports new or Chesni and it was thoroughly enjoyed by All the musicians be ing very obliging in playing encores and extras that the dance did not cease until 3 Oclock in the morning and just Here we want to speak a word for the men who Ever Beard of the Young men keeping up a dance until 3 Oclock in the morning i surely the new woman is starting in Well by staying so late As that just imagine the husband sitting at Home until 3 Oclock in the morning waiting for his wife to come Home from her office or her club 33ut the men who were there seemed to enjoy it All the same one Sug that ago on the 8th of july last John h Ermun the eldest son of Leonard Ehman who was a car inspector in the Tyrone Yard was so severely Hurt seven years ago on the 2sth of july last that he died in a few hours the youngest Sou John died about five years ago the surviving members of the family Are mrs Joseph Wichum o Altoona mrs Catharine Troutwine of Tyrone George Ehman of this place and Anna Elizabeth it the Home on Washington Avenue one half sister mrs Anna b Buu soul of Spruce also survives the deceased or Ehman had been in delicate health of account of his advanced age Tor several years past the immediate Caus of his death was dysentery from which he had been suffering Only since sunday last in Early life he was a to Senate Lemon dead of Blair comity Foremost Citi Zens passes away state senator John a Leriou died at his Home at Hollidaysburg at 130 on monday afternoon of Pleura Poueu Laiouia he contracted a severe cold while attending the Republican state convention at Ila Risburg and on his return Home despite All his efforts could not rid his system of it the cold finally developed into pleuropneumonia and on a wednesday the senator was compelled to take his bed lie con stantly grew worse and ill the absent members of Bis family were summoned to his bedside in expectation of death at any moment on saturday he rallied and though it was still hoping against Odds his friends had reasonable grounds for hoping for his ultimate recovery he continued to improve until sunday night when a turn for the worse Cauff resulting finally in death at the Lour stated tie deceased was aged 72 years he is survived by Saveu children mrs Fulford of Clearfield and Charles Margaret Catharine John Samuel and Jean Uncle John Lemon As familiarly Aud affectionately termed by i countless number of friends was one o the most prominent and popular Lead ers in the politics of Pennsylvania he was a steadfast Republican lie received his education in the Public schools of Bis native cuu Ity Aud his political career began when he a pending on Bis own Section alone american people Admire to a Point approaching reverence a Man of big intellect and so or Reed has a following today in every part of this Broad land and will have it too when the National convention meets to select a Standard bearer that the republicans will elect the next president seems about As certain As anything can be in this world and that he will Hail from Maine i sin Cerely Hope and believe perhaps the civil service commission int trying to Aid the administration in its efforts to control the next demo cratic National convention but All the same that will be the practical result of its official announcement that it is no violation of the civil service rules for office Holder to attend a political con As a Delegate the commis evidently realize that or Cleveland intends the letter he wrote during Bis Erst term against that Iden tical thing to be ignored to extend Tyrone school District about fifty Snyder township Heads of families residing in Greensburg adjoining the seventh Ward and in the Mccamant addition adjoining the sixth Ward in june petitioned the court that their sections of the township should be attached to sch0ol purposes Tyrone Borough for that is the Tyrone an mention sinners the talk about the administrations Tentio Nof adopting a vigorous foreign policy has been revived in connection with the Rumor that the belligerency of the cuban revolutionists is shortly to be recognized it will be time enough however to believe in such a Radical change when some Steps have actually taken towards such a policy v til then the people Only have the d it has made to judge the acl Tecoy traction by and a Microscopical nation would fail to show one vigorous act in that record to visiting republicans set of Success in Maryland and continues to improve the Tiou has made no move to it wishes the Success of Borough school District would been Large to include these families though the lines of the Borough itself would not be extended j l Henry a m wooden Aud j c Goheen were appointed commissioners to inquire into the propriety of Grant ing the prayer of the petitioners these commissioners have just issued notices to the property owners and Resi dents proposed to be affected that the commission will meet to transact the duties of its appointment on wednes Day morning sept 25 at the residence of George m Slack on Twenty first Street extended the Snyder township school Board has been hitherto required to pay Tui Tion for sending the children from these sections to the Tyrone schools by the proposed change the school tax on the properties involved will be paid to the Tyrone Borough District Aud the Chil Dren will attend the Tyrone schools without payment of tuition the Gen eral sentiment favors the change As equitable am fair Geft As the Best to adopt in order the animal might be taken out of the Hole in Good condition for she seemed not to be any worse of the fall As she quietly stood at the Bottom of the Kiln finally some one suggested heavy Timber be thrown across the Fiance of the sued and a rope and tackle be fastened to it thus forming a rigging which would do the necessary hoisting this plan was adopted and or i Leys Hay rope and pulleys were soon in position for business with two horses hitched to the rigging to do the pulling or Downing volunteered to go Down in the Aila and fasten the rigging to the horse his proposition being accepted the animal was soon in a net work of rope after the volunteers own idea of what needed to meet the emergency of the Case with a couple men in charge of the team Aud the others around the top of the Kiln with several Plank in position to shove under the imprisoned animal soon As she was elevated to the top the machinery was set in motion and in a Jiffy the Black was hoisted head first almost to the height desired to make release sure Aud Complete but at this juncture the horses forming the motive Power yielded and the Black Mare descended the second time to the Bottom of the kilo sooner was she Down however than the steam was bust Manana was an industrious labor or and being frugal managed to accumulate sufficient Means to Supply his needs in the years of his inability to work he was Well known in All this country and was an Earnest member of the German lutheran Church the funeral occurred on sunday afternoon the cortege leaving the late Home of the deceased at 230 Oclock services were held in the German lutheran Church by Rev e a born at 3 Oclock after which interment was made at Tyrone cemetery elected Burgess of Koli Claysburg in the Spring of 1871 in the fall of the Semi year he was elected to the state Senate from the District then As now comprising Blair and Cambria counties and after four years honorable service he was reelected senator in 1s7g his Good record in the Senate during the eight years of his two terms won cd Urcil me Tiu Tyrone Boro fib Council met evening with preside t love Davison Owens Haagen Ris by Nistetter Burley Uil Deraas Barney Moore and Miller present or iia Agen chairman of hike was committee reported that Adams ave aaa lab eau ditched from Twenty Secoski Street North to Borough line and he ditch on Zoril Side of Street Between Adums Avenue Lincoln Avenue has been opened was also the Gutter on Lincoln a Venic rom Twenty third Street South to Brict Yard hollow he report to Al lug on fourteenth Street and Box ordered to be put in across the same it West Side of Bald Eagle Avenue ass that committee were now filling pc eighteenth of Street Between Columbia and Adams avenues with Lime stoats furnished by Patrick Blaney or Moore moved that a cot Smitta be appointed by the chair to inquire is to the probable Cost of purchasing tac Plant of the Tyrone gds and company Aud inquire into All Lars in reference to the same or Haagen stated that the Board desired a pavement Grade i Afrasi of school property on Turk Avenue moved Flint the Grade recently run Given by or Henry the Borough in Gin Etron Park avinu1 Between Lii Iii and Siuth streets be approved using 4i inches to 100 feet the was lust messes Liui Igor love ski Ris and bran Stelter voting Psi musses Davison Barley bind rat Nacym it and Miller Viuf no or Burler a Road that the Grade rom ninth to eighth Street be t in Elliis o the 100 feet and from eighth to Sleuth Street 3 inches to the 100 feet Iain even Grade from seventh rising i Inch son Schell run messes Davison Owens buried to Lii mrs Sarah Curry Duail mrs Sarah r Curry who was stricken with paralysis Early a wednesday morn ing of last week Dud sunday night at eleven Oclock without having returned to consciousness Boru in August Islo deceased was so years and one Mouth old mrs Curry was the third wife of single Jaccoi the ticket in the former state nothing to indicate that it indicate u the Morroa Ana there will giving defy vat for the Gorman v least one member of the joke credited with ticket Yvo Lues or Owensboro by was a in Ember of the last Republic Wizov n was division in the democratic girly on the Silver ques Tion is favourable to Republican Success up to the present time there have been apathy and discouragement in the rank can state convention or and file whether of the democratic party they will ultimately pull together time Only can de Termine i am perfectly confident that Vic state will go Republican dont you know that hoods Sam Marilla will overcome that tired feeling and give von renewed vigor and vitality surprised at fifty three mrs Hannah Callen makes her borne with her son Alexander Callen on Woodland Avenue was the subject of a pleasant Surprise Friday evening the occasion of the Celebration being the fifty third recurrence of the Day of her birth the guests to the number of thirty eight gathered Early in the evening at the Home of Zachariah Benton and proceeded in a body to the Callen Domi Cile where they succeeded in taking the Worth lady entirely unaware she was equal to the emergency though and entered spirit edly into the enjoy ment provisions were there m abundance for the surprises ail went heavily Laden with Good edibles Aud a big feast was the natural result the evening was spent pleasantly by All present among the party was mrs Eliza j Ross mrs callens sister these two being the Only surviving members of their immediate family there is no doubt no failure when you take dewitts Colic cholera cure it is acts promptly no bad s Smith easy to take sure to euro no pain nothing to dread pleasant Little pills Little Early risers Best for headache bilious Ness sour again turned on and the animal Eleva Ted to the top a second time but once More the horses yielded and the Mare dropped to the Bottom again amid the greatest excitement by this time the ropes around the Mare bad drawn so tight As to make it very uncomfortable for Ber quickly As possible the tackle was again put in motion Aud just As the Mare cleared the top of the Kiln third time something about the rigging got out of fix but at the same time a dexterous movement lauded the animal on Terra Firma but the breath was almost squeezed out of her by the ropes the cords were soon Cut however and strange to say the animal immediately went to eating brass As if nothing had happened her but by Way of apology for her seeming indifference it might be stated that the lure haunt had any thing to eat from Early morning till about the Middle of the afternoon yesterday William Curry who operated a Woolen Mill in connection with a Small farm near Graysville Huntingdon county or Many years her Maiden name was Sarah Ryder or Curry died in 1s7ck he was the father of James c Curry who died at his Home in Al Toona a few years ago James c Curry was at one time a preacher in the m e Church and during the War was an offi cer in the Union army deceased was never the Mother of any children after the death of her husband she remained at Graysville until about twelve years ago when she removed to Tyrone and building a Small House on Park Avenue resided in it alone that being her Peculiar prefer ence surviving her Are one brother and one sister Tyz p w Reeder of Cedar rapids Iowa and mrs Isabella Steinaker of Buffalo n y though no relatives were present during her illness she received the most tender care at the bands of friends and neighbors mrs Curry was a most Earnest Mem Ber of the methodist episcopal Church him prominence and popularity in the party resulting in 1sso in Bis election As auditor general of Pennsylvania in which office he served for three years at the conclusion of this term he re turned to Hollidaysburg and engaged in business pursuits until 1s8s when he was again nominated Aud elected to the state Senate by a tremendous majority in 1892 he was fora third time reelected and he was rounding out his sixteenth year As a state senator when death claimed him he was a faithful rep resent Tive though never an orator and never obtrusive in trying to bring himself Irto prominence he was a sagacious Leader and a trusted counsel Lor one who held the interests of his constituents As a Trust to be discharged with honesty and Fidelity he was a self made Man rising Success in the business social and political spheres by reason of Bis own efforts and Energy he was a Prosper Ous business Man having carried on Coal operating and Railroad contracting fora number of years As a citizen neighbor and Friend he was held in the highest esteem and his kindly face will Long be missed in Hollidaysburg where everybody knew him and he knew everybody Blair county has lost one of her noblest and most distinguished sons in the demise of John a Lemon Brand Gamey moors and Miller Rig yes Aud messes love Morris and Branstetter voting no on motion the Highway commit id ill investigate tie request of c c Ewing to sewer Meuk Avenue thirteenth Street source was Mitre lieu Ling the animal from she bad accidentally hands sympathized everybody in safely sex trial the predicament gotten into Tuul with or Weidley but lots of Huga Auie things occurred Aai the whole proceed ing was attended with a Good sized Quantity of hilarity the Mare was of course bruised and skinned considerably and one knee seemed to be Hurt pretty badly but All things considered she was a fortunate animal to get out of that Hole anything near As whole us she did the diameter of Ibe Kiln is not As great As the length of the horse Aud was regarded As one of the most sincere Christian women of the Community her religious experience As related to her pastor and other close friends of the first m e Church is said to be most wonderful and gave evidence of the most positive sincerity in her professions of True piety and christianity her Church people were Active in looking Ait i Ber Comfort Aiso during her illness As evidence of the esteem in which she was held it is estimated thut not less than seventy Gre of her and friends in and out of the Church called at her Home yesterday to learn her condition Aud ready to Render any service that might be needed the funeral occurred at 2 o clock tuesday afternoon services were conducted by her beloved pastor Rev r ii Gilbert at the first m e Church after which interment were made at Tyrone cemetery when standing the floor of the Kiln her neck was beat to the Side it is supposed she backed of the boards Over the Hole which caused her to drop Rump Foremost otherwise she would probably have fallen head first Aud had her neck broken in the absence of old tin cans hoist fiddle and other Caa thu Piau paraphernalia a serenade to or Weidley was omitted but the Fel lows All had it Good bit of f in other ways Over the a hair hoods pills Are easy to take easy in of Civ 4 Llort Viavi i v of stomach and s Smith i action and sure m effect of arc Juicy Clos the enormous number of them car ried by railways has brought up the question whether or not bicycles can properly be considered baggage the argument in favor of it is that the rider who has a bicycle does not have a trunk and one should be considered As taking the place of the other but the hand Ling and care of a bicycle is difficult Puiul some of the railroads charge for them the league of american wheelman proposes that All railroads shall carry bicycles free Klankey Blank verses the Man vrho lugs a Melon Home Anil finds i tint Ripe is very Apt to think some that look like these t of t in Type the a who carries a Balie at night All through the House and Back is Apt to speak this sentence when lie Steps upon a tack a lady who is going out has callers come to stay she tries to lightly Chat but this t i is what shed like to say upon a smooth banana Peel a Deacon chanced to Truail and heres a Brief shorthand report 01what the Deacon said a lady with her parasol a passers optic caught he said fray do not mention it but Here f t t t s Eliut he thought the neglect habit the habit of neglecting Small accounts when you could by honest Effort pay them is not Only an annoyance to both debtor and creditor but in Many cases causes real suffering and Enbar raiment you expect the Butcher to Supply you with the choicest cuts of meals the grocer to deliver you the finest groceries and the Printer to re member you with Nice local notices and a Well edited newsy paper but Why should you when you fail to show your appreciation by promptly doing As you expect others to do unto you if you owe Smith a Small account pay it and thus assist him to pay Thompso who can then Settle the Small Bills due the Butcher Baker and Printer making them in turn Able to pay you the rent which has been Long overdue because you neglected to pay Smith moral if collections Are Byrd and slow nine times out of ten you areas much to blame As the other fellow pleasant birthday Surprise Friday evening about 5 Oclock the quiet Little Home of mrs Martha Butler widow of tiie late Kev Elisha Butler of the Central Pennsylvania conference of them e Church was invaded Happy of nearly a score of he Church the purpose if Ribeir visit was the Celebration of mrs Bai lers birthday the party very considerately brought All the requisites for a sumptuous supper and1 i a Short time the dear old lady Aud Tei friends were at the table proving the skill of the Cooks it was a plea Saafi occasion and thoroughly enjoyed by Ull mrs Butler notwithstanding her Greic age is in Good health and quite Lively her Pew in Church is rarely vacant her Fidelity is As marked of class prayer meeting evenings As on the lords Day she lives alone her family being widely scattered one of them As most of our readers Kuor is ing a missionary Umlor the Board of Ite w f m s of the presbyterian now stationed in Canton China to letters from her pen which have appeased in the Herald were read with Gasi interest by Many among the guests wa3 mrs ii a Funk of Coleman Mills who is ten Yaus older Thau mrs Butler Lis have Long been warm friends and it wit very pathetic to a Leos the lat civic and parting a this old Iii Funk was accompanied by her Daugh Ter mrs Anna Smith and her a fair grand daughter Esther Black after a couple hours spent in ant conversation the party broke expressing the fond wish that More birthdays maybe enjoyed Mother Butler severe griping pains of tue Aud bowels instantly and stopped by Dew its Colic and Chokr Smith in a recent letter to the Man Facto ers w f Benjamin editor of to Spectator Rushford n y says in May be a pleasure to you to know High esteem in which medicines Are held by the people of in own state where they must be known an aunt of mine who at Dexter Iowa was about to visit it a few years since and before Home wrote me asking if they sold Here stating that if they were she would bring a Quantity with us she did not like to be without ther the medicines referred Towie Lains cough remedy famous for s cures of colds Aud croup Laius pain Balm for rheumatism Back pains in the Side and chamberlains Colic cholera a diarrhoea remedy for Bowel complain re these medicines have been in consign use in Iowa for almost a Quarter 01 Century the people have Learned a they Are articles of great Worth Merit and unequalled by any Cui they Are for Sale Here at j s two drug stores stomach and Bowel complaints As Best relieved by the timely use of Witts Colic cholera cure on having this Preptit ration any 5t Smith

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