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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1889, Tyrone, Pennsylvania r VoL wo Holiday You have no doubt been looking around for something new and novel and yet Our stockis bristling with new and pretty things with attractive prices makes them all the more tempting to seekers of holiday We have a nice variety but our large collection is getting somewhat thinned out We shall continue to add new things until after We mention a few articles from our numer ous stock as space is limited Perfume Baskets filled with choicest triple Cut Glass Bottles filled with high grade Satchet Satine Duster Hand kerchief Lamp Silk In Linen Handkerchiefs in Chatelaine La dies Money Plush Fine We invite your Main Juniata TAILOR IMPORTER OUTLAWS TWO or til K o A s o Captured at on Might by Detectives ami The Shots Onion LEN CORRECT AUTHORITY FOR See on 7th PAGE what Mahlon Cryder intend to do for tlie people of in the line of Christmas CHARLES CONRAD has an important message to yon on the 5th PAGE ot this paper HIS PRICES A Tin f us Smith and Jim members of the fa mous llube Burrows band of outlaws and train were captured at Friday The cap ture was made by Detective Thomas of the Southern express com assisted by several members of the Amory police Jackson had been on the trail of the two men for several days and on Friday found them in About midnight last night they went to the depot of the Kansas Memphis and Birmingham rail road and took seats in the waiting The night express was due in half an hour and they probably intended taking the Jackson and his assistants suddenly entered the waiting room with drawn and ordered the outlaws to hold up their This is the way we hold up our answered Smith and drawing their revolvers and opening fire on tlie Jack son was wounded in the but not The fire was returned and wounded Smith in Only one volley was exchanged and then the ang on the overpowered and handcuffed The men would not except to say confidence that would soon be free Tlie thinking Bur rows might be near and fearing a secured a special train and car ried their prisoners to where they were locked in the strongest cell in the Smith arid McClung aro natives of Lamar and have been members of Burrows band for some Smith is a first cousin of Burrows and has been regarded as almost as dangerous as his famous The officers of the express company think Burrows is somewhere in the vi of Amory with the remainder of his and was planning a train rob bery somewhere near SCHOOL Wo have u large assortment of light weight solar tip shoes suitable for Children and Missel X H I I H X able goods but not so heavy as the WX X goods which wo also carry a complete line of and sell cheaper than you can buy them Ask to see our new light Solar Tip U Strikes are again spreading through out the mining regions of The receipts at the Ladies Aid Socie ty festival and doll show Saturday night amounted to and tlie re turns are not yet all preached u very able and acceptable sermon yester day morning before Washington Camp 327 of Of this place and a good delegation of Camp 477 of Bir Saturday afternoon the body of a believed to be Bernard was lying in Nigger near An examination by the coroners jury led to the conclusion that tlie man had died of heart Thirtyfive dollars in cash and a certifi cate of deposit un a Hook Illi bank for over was found on the Pursuant to the usual policy of aid ing its patrons In the interchange of social visits during the the Company this place on sale at all its ticket excursion tickets to be sold be tween t ha various stations on the sys tem the rate of two cents per mile in The holiday excursion tickets will be sold from December to January valid for return until January This does not apply to the sale of excursion tickets between New York Baltimore and in either nor between any of the cities any other of ful accident about 0 oclock last evening on the Pen n railroad at Longshore street Three men were killed and one was fatally in The dead are Henry Morgan John and William Tho injured man who is supposed to reside in Tacony He was terribly disfigured and is in precarious The four men were in a wagon and were talking loud ly when they approached the railroa drove cautious ly but did not hear the York which was approaching until he had driven to the li an instant the engineer blew his but it was too late to avert the acci and the ponderous struck the vehicle while going at th rate of thirty miles an was broken into fragments and the fou men were hurled high into the air am thrown In different were found a great distance from the grade and all were dead except Me The three men were almos Their bodies were re moved to the police station in Tacony The horse which was attached to UK wagon was also B of prominent as a lawyer and at one time president of the Philadelphia and Heading company committed suicide by shoot ing himself through the head at Worm leys where he has been staying for several Exactly what time the deed was whether Friday night of no one wil probably ever The cause of the is attributed by friends to mental f No reason can be in view of the fact that the deceased gentleman left no information which bears even remote ly upon the motives which impelled him to the rash Gowen came to on Monday last duct the suit of George of Mariet against certain railways charged with discriminating in favor of Standard Oil before the There was nothing during his stay here to indicate that he was at all depressed in sensational reports sent over the wires from Chicago on Saturday were and were based only on While the Sat report represents what most peo ple here expect from the the ver dict has not yet been Rumors of all kinds have been afloat today and However erroneous it may be the public appears to have hastily ar rived at the conclusion that there is to be a disagreement of the and that the old attempts at have in some mysterious way proven The statement that John of a Presbyterian and one of the most respected of the com is the disagreeing has tended to shake this conclu sion somewhat and the more tive are contenting themselves to await further results before condemning any TO THEIR The search in the river for the body of the missing been abandoned after u thorough is a aUry going round that Ditt man was seen shortly after his horse ran away by parties who knew but no verification of the rumor has been The Board of Directors of the Quaker City National of which Dittman was held a meeting today and declared the denoy This action led to believe that Ditt roans were not in good hut this alw up his Tyrone friends while Attending to matteri A FATA ON Till KJ The Drawbridge Wris Open nnd u My Laden Coal Into Iho Were tlie blinding snow at noon a heavily laden coal train on the hanna bound camo rumbling along toward the at Little Engineer William who on the could see but a yards ahead of his engine on account of The tracks aro usually clear at this arid the train was moving at a moderate The draw of the which had been opened topoi mit the passage of a had not yet been Tlie engineer and man could not see arid no attempt was made to bring the to a The telegraph operator at the heard the train and on the stant and appreciated fhe He to Ids instrument began send ing a series of signals up the track to warn the men on the ing train of the presence of His wires connect with the alarm bells situated some distance up the find he I hem ringing until he saw the big locomotive stick through the Then hft realized that any effort he might make would be useless By this time and at this distance to stop tlie train would have been on account of the grade as well as the momentum acquired by the loaded V As the train went by the operator looked at the engine He saw three men in the the They were Their names William fireman William head In an instant the locomotive had i reached the open and as it half cleared the space of a few feet tlie for vaid dived downward and taking the cab and tender with The coupling pin which made the lender part of the train parted remained on the brink of the No trace of tlie three be and it is supposed they be anie imprisoned in the cab and were from making an effort toes from the steam nd liot rose to but not a sign of Presently the sur the water became and it Mowed as tranquilly as The cars wore transferred to the West Shore tracks and the relatives of the dead lived in West were no of the sad Steps will be taken to recover the man refusing to give his resi this morning times at tempted He threw himself in front of an approaching but was dragged off the He attempted this ami dragged away ran to t he river and plunged Spectators him out and hewas locked prisoners in the jail hero were holding what they called Kanga roo John acting the part of Shouw called oth er his n taring the a knife and cut jugular him Hattie and Minnie twp girls aged of were to two years itf the tbe fi The of it
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