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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1890, Tyrone, Pennsylvania rone 269 FEBRUARY Two In Hamburg Embroideries we are showing an entirely new line of the newest de signs in all widths from a small edge to the widest In the of this cless of goods we ex great care that all edges are and of a good wearing and with confidence place on sale an invoice of these seasonable goods at prices below that much of the poor and cheap stuff We can do them also in fine hemstitched in all widths now so An entirely new line of eries called the POINT Some few styles have arrived and arc in stock and more to come will com plete a beautiful assortment of these Just opened an entirely new line of Ruch ings and Point VK Venise with Hamburgs we show a few styles in our corner An early in of these goods so Main IMPORTER LE CORRECT AUTHORITY FOR Cant Gome too Soon for QUR GOODS ARE MAHLON CRYDER Opera House Reduction in For the next 30 days we oiler you of heavy light weight SPOTS and SHOES at Spring goods will soon be coming and see 1 I Hi Ply Ko 14 FATAL A GOES A When the to Kolso the W us and Engine Car IMmured Into lie Mild and the and Chicago ex on tho Evansville and Terra Haute which left here at for Indianapolis and went through a bridge at Kelso two and a half miles north of Vincen about The and Terre Haute bridge was carried away before the train went by a county bridge and the lis and Vincennes bridge washed down against The and baggage car fell into the Engineer Al Lyons and Fireman Louis Bowden are and are sup posed to be under the which is a total Conductor Cooley was in charge of the and was slightly The ladies coach and the sleeper left the track on the right and lay flat on their sides in the Two whose names are not in the were slightly in the sleeper was The sleeper was taken back to the Vincennes union this with the passengers and Engineer Lyons had been on the road for twentyeight years und was about 58 years Bowden was the son of the late Superintendent who years ago Both men lived in Later information is to the effect that the bodies of Engineer Lyon and Fire man been taken from the The names of the others in so far are WY express bruised badly is missing arid it is feared he is in the wreck The re mains of the engineer and fireman were found under the engine in the mud and EAST TYRONE On Tuesday morning Reeder got up about five oclock to make the fire and as she was walking through one of the rooms some one who bad entered the house struck and knocked her An ugly gash was cut in her head and she was rendered Her daughters hearing her fall went to her assistance and she was carried up On it was found that the basement door was standing open and a five dollar all the money they had in the had been dropped upon the who is suffering considerably from the effect of her encounter with the is being attended by Our borough council Is talking about putting fifteen large lamps on our streets Let the good work go Some contemptible scamp a few evenings ago entered the stable of Gross and unchained her two val Alderney They got at a couple of barrels of chop and but for close attention both would have The animals are valued at David of was visi ble in our town lust Ginter 5s again able to move hey William ia at present ing with La Miss Maggie of is visiting her brother on Lyon The company JB a lime in ill with dropsy ATTEMPTED Monday evening about as Mike was on his way to his home a short distance above town he heard a noise in the barn of Dave Myers and thought it was made by a son of but wondering what he was doing in there at that time of night went in and called him by asking him what be was doing He was answered by a laugh and almost imme a man woman ran past him and out of the the woman crying murder two or three Almost immediately another man made his appearance upon the a burly he lost no time in making a savage attack upon Just how the fight went he is hardly able to explain for he was soon knocked senseless and other parties ap upon the Myers beard the noise made by the woman who had ran out of the and notifying her husband he went to investigate In the barn yard on the manure found ly ing and the stranger busily engaged throwing the manure over his bead and shoulders and then jumping on it with both evidently with the intention of packing it down and smothering bis unconscious Myers caught of Sprankle and dragging him out of bis dangerous posit ion commenced to m toward his the stranger following almost to the door arid then disappearing over the On examination of Sprankle it was found that he had been pretty badly bruised about the head and body and that all his bad been There is no clue to the perpetrators of this outrage but they are thought to have been Since writing the above we have learned fuller particulars of the It was the man with the woman who attacked They had a pretty lively and beside giving the stranger lively punishment with his got his fingers in his mouth and chawed them up in great This caused tie stranger to make an outcry and was the noise that the Myers family This man and the woman then away and in a short time the second man made his appearance and he and Mike fought in ana the through feed ing out into and over the barn sometimes one on top and some times the and after the fight had lasted an hour or more and Mike was almost in the manure heap Myers came out of the house the second time with a and recognizing pulled him out and took him to his the stranger walking alongside until the house was reached when he turned and walked M Polish church war at Plymouth is not ended When the present Father was appointed by Bishop OHara two weeks it was thought the war would and it would have censed hud it not been for the action of Martin He insisted upon hold ing the of which Father would not consent The other evening Wilkes and a half of followers went to Father meskis They were received pleasantly by the Wilkes stated his demanding that the priest surrender the church up the keys of the and vacate the the visitors were aware of the priest readied to H bureau drawer pulled and pointing it at the said you fellows have trouble enough in tus Twill have you understand this is my and I 9 get out at once or I will compel Wilkes didnt wait to hear any Wtt m and bit followers to bum the the priest ifi on guard window W rj GHOULS ftf Under take to Steal for Guards Were for About 1 oclock this when was falling in torrents and thunder rever berating over the sleeping a sen tragedy was being enacted iu the graveyard at New across the river from A party of grave robbers composed of leading Louisville physicians and their were surprised in the act of dese crating and one ot them was instantly For some time the medical colleges have been unable to procure sufficient material for dissec and consequently a raid on the New Albany cemetery was It would probably have been entirely su if one of the ghouls had not made a reconnoitre iu clay This aroused and a trap was laid for their A guard was stationed iu HIM ceme and just as the ghouls had struck a spade into the first grave the officers sprang upon They started to when u volley terminated the career of anil brought all the others save one The ghoul who was killed WHS a negro The three remaining ones were They were Blackburn and leading physicians of this and a The whole affair has caused a sensation on both sides of the The penalty for grave rob bery in Indiana is is a fair prospect that these two together with the one who will serve a term in the Grunt and who were captured in the cemetery at New Albany at were indicted by the grand jury this afternoon on two yiz Robbing graves and conspiring to com mit The punishment in the first case is three to years iu the tiary in tho two to fourteen years and to The James au aged retired preacher of this lost his wife in and married Margaret Van Norman of Rochester iu the folio wing HU as joyous as though he bad been a bridegroom of and ne told his that he had not a an Murray owned some val real estate on Main street in this and on he deeded it to his wife in consideration of her affectionate companionship during bis declining and the sum of duly According to Mur rays story existence of the deed was to be kept a secret between the husband and It was securely locked In a strong tin deposited in a known only to and the key was committed to Murrays Recently among thn roal estate trans fers published in the village one from James Murray to Margaret This put Murrays children upon and the old ami was soon iu hot lie became convinced Ue hud done his tm and would have destroyed the deed had he not found it missing from the County record shows it was corded and delivered to Murray oil Murray Ills angel with having and bas brought an action to have it set The Journal is for Hcott ia bj UJa brother
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