Albert Tyson professional obit

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a r a ' Is would be too, if Jts occupant had their way. ' Albert L. Tyson. Those connected with the nnbUcalion of a momina ioornal are nec essarily somewhat isolated from the rest of the community, and form a - little world of their own, sharing the excitements, cares, and limited pleasures which are to be found in the round of busy life in a newspaper office. The entrance of the Great Reaper into the circle, circle, therefore, causes emotions of deep sorrow for the dead, and of sympathy for the survivors survivors of the stricken one that cannot be ade - uatrly realized save by those within the harmed limits." With these emotions we announce the death of the gentleman whose name beads this article. - Mr. Tyson was born in Reading in 1827, where he received a good English education, whence became to Philadelphia, Philadelphia, and served an apprenticeship to the printing business, of which ' trade he Was a master. After traveling through the Sooth, and being afterwards connected with the Co - gratimU Qlobe and Washington Union, he returned to this city in 1857, since which time (with the exception ol two year, during which he had chanreof the Waahingten dron - idt as foremen) - hw has bsea eeaneoled - with TKt Prm at proofreader, assistant foreman, and foreman, which latter position he held up to the time of his death, discharging hi duties frith rare fidelity,, and ability. In. all of the relatione , of , , life,, the loss of anch ' aaa - ' will be vary Mi verely felt. A , affectionate father, a kind husband, a good oltissn, a man who practically practically observed the Divine injunction of doing onto others as he would hare' other do loMe himself Mr. Tyron will be saourned by all who oame professionally Into connection with him, and fa hia large circle of friends in the Typographical Union, Odd Fellows, and Masonic Masonic fraternity. He leave a wife and two children, who have our warmest sympathy in their afluctlon, - , Jhiladtlphia Prut. y. A. of

Clipped from Reading Times31 Mar 1870, ThuPage 1

Reading Times (Reading, Pennsylvania)31 Mar 1870, ThuPage 1
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