Tyrone Herald 27 April 1892 page 1 column 4
Pennsylvania')* Pardon Hoard Meets. HAiuusBUKa, April 27.—The board of pardons has recommended pardons in tho following cases: Clark M. Eggleston, Eggleston, conspiracy, and Joseph Eeily, larceny larceny and aggravated assault and battery, battery, both of Allegheny county, and Frank A. Shoff, seduction, Cleat-field. A rehearing was granted to Edward McMillan, McMillan, of Luzerne, under sentence of death. Pardon recommendations were refused in the following cases: Charles Hannon, murder in the second degree, Allegheny; James Lester, burglary, Ve- naugo; David Burns, rape, etc., and James Burns, accessory after the fact of rape, Philadelphia; Charles W. Hewitt, murder in tho second degree, Forest; Richard Barrigan, burglary, Lehigh; £, H. Wilkinson, murder in the second degree, Luzerne. The murder case of Patrick Fitzpatrick, of Allegheny; Martin Martin Reed, of Washington, and Charles Cleary, of Clinton, were held under advisement. advisement. The case of William H. Painter, of York, was continued until the May meeting.