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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1887, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Ai 11 m4 SE3PTEMBER Two CLOSING Sleeping FIXED CHARGE OF THK IRISH I Hie Presence tioverwmcnt Stcnng rnphcr CMKCH In Whlek Two Men are Killed Several Do not lese the opportunity to make selections bile the stock is full Goods and prices are sutih that you cannot af ford to delay in calling and examining soon for Handsome and new styles Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets at WHOLESALE or of aOidqgs extended Carlisles and the position taken by the exSpeaker of the in the Thoebe as outlined in a published inter is regarded by all and j by many Republicans as dignified and and as indicating a firm reliance in the justice of his claim to the Democrats say that his course and conduct in this matter is in keep ing with the character of the who is willing to be judged without the in j terpositioti of a technical plea and who fortihepurpose ot criticis ing the action of ttoe Government to ward a riflt originated when a Government wiSh an es cort of 00 pal endeavored to push through the crowfl to the foot of the Mis progress was resisted and tins police attempted to open a pas sage for The crowd attacked the poliw with sticks and and the latter retaliated by charging with to STUDY KRQfiS KOONS body of Nationalists on Condon at thfe ipoint interposed from the platform 4MH1 succeeded in pacify ing perfectly content to let his opponent present all the proof he can and step down and if he can procure enough to convince his fellow represen tatives in Congress that he procured his seat by In this connec tion it may be mentioned that the only contested election case furnishing a parallel to the ThoebeCarlisle and which also furnishes a precedent for Carlisles should ho be reelected was in the Minor Botts contested the election of John of Jones was elected Speaker of the House by his party and he appointed all the SOJIT ultimata N FECE QJI E RY JLN39 Toilet m Perfumes ShonMer auad detail advising them to treat the police with silent because Home Hide was nearly and when it became an established fact the Irish forces would be wider control of the people in stead of tlKJtr The speech of DilltwaSiadDittleuffect upon the ex asperated and tho conflict be tween tbefcawifltheipolico was shortly afterward Mie police being driven intoMitilteir From vantage the police lired into the killing one man ifjtitaUy wounding another who has amice and severely injur ing Taking advantage AlVtEN Special itfconiou giwMi to the i NEW FALL STYLES OF CLOTHS FOR OVERiCOATS of the demoralizing eltect of their the police torl li from the bar racks and charged upon the mob with lixcd lOins was more than the crowd could and they made haste to AND JUST OPENED AT KEGELS Merchant Prices All Summer Goods at a In aiiaiUon to his extensive Him of Groceries Dry MAKES A OF and he is Special Agent for the IMPEOVED PEERLESS STEAM i i i A general lineol Wood WATCHKB STKCIAL CAHE UIVKK TO THE iUABlONU jiOODB OLD SILVKK WAUK OP RBPAIKlVtJ DONE OV SHOUT NOTICE II V FINE KTCM BXECU 125 Main BOOTS AND SHOES 216 Main of the Council and Board of OfiKcwfiof the Minersand j LSI borers1 UeneHiiial was seen rejly to a question i he said this morning a note from Patrick tliatirentleiiiHii said that all miners in Lehijjh and SchwyJikiJi and lower Luxerne would turn out tomorrow i night unless the Philadelphia and Head iiiK Coal JiJid IroiiCompany decided to confer with the lie also said that unless the miners in middle district also decided to that it would go hatvl witU Dul lard said that a strike here would un questionably follow on the part of the operators not to arbi trate the question at The men in this vicinity ehie want the two weeks pay and are will ing to wait for higher All de upon the action of the Philadel phia and Heading whetlver nearly one thousand men strike or not to morrow special frown Tamaqua says that the miners in the Panther Valley from Tarnaqua to Instead of appointing that Speaker Jones called one of the Demo cratic members to and taking the asked permission to make a personal He stated that his seat was contested by the gentleman who run against him at the late and that as the committee on elections would have to deter mine the he was not willing to appoint thai He asked Llie House to take the matter in its hands and elect members to constitute tlie committee of After Speaker Jones had concluded his state several motions were but one to the effect that the member whom I Jones had called the the j then Acting bo authorized to i appoint tho Election was A committee was appointed by the Acting and that coin miUee heard and determined the con If Carlisle is a candidate I and is elected IK next will then ind himself in a situation similar to that in which Jones was placed and tlie impression here that Carlisle will do as Virginia Congressmen ask the House toap point the Committee on Tho Austrian Consul at Bombay reports that there were deaths from cholera in India during the month of will be ordered out to PIKEJTIX PARK Flynn has purchased Daniel Shot lenbergers full blooded Kentucky stal Miss Kate McDonnell U visiting her brother in Union The township bridge over the stream at East end of Park is in bad especially the It is danger ous after night and should be put in de cent Select council will meet in the Park ottice next Saturday Presi dent of the grange will address the RAGING MEMOKIIX OF TUG FAST Boatmen of Fifty Years Ago Meet at liliiirNville and Exchange Uutlicrlng of Notable Sept ville was in holiday attire today in hon or of the reunion of the canal The town can well afford to take a day off and the people their hats oft in hon or of the old They are some what more numerous than Washingtons body but not They are the animate remains of an enter prise upon which Pennsylvania spent without ever receiving one red cent in direct return for the The old have a histo ry although it only indirectly collides with the vanished half century of mil however as the old fellows to the number of two hundred and fifty stood with uncovered heads in the little grove near the they appeared to be all they claim for Well but gray haired and they presented a sturdy They came from Pitts Allegheny and Ta Springdale Bairds and from all points along the route of the States great They were the remains of thousands of a class of working the last of whom twenty two years ago unhitched their mules for tho last time from a canal sat down on the tow path and asked what next Among the canal men of distinction might be mentioned Thomas who begun life as clerk to a collector Victor who selected David Wilmot as his clerk William Governors Packer and Thaddeus Stevens and many reunion today was a pleasant and one in all and not the least pleasing feature was a letter of regret from William Thaw enclosing a comfortable chock in lieu of his The reunions will be tinned from year to NKW wall street paper prints an interview with Jay Gould in which he appears tho usual iole of an angry He says his name has been used unfairly by the All his interests are on the bull One of the bears asked and obtained an interview with him yester and then went into the street and began to sell and his followers ran around telling everybody has just come from and is selling and it must be on Goulds Gould goes on to say do not wish ever to return to the Should I ever do so temporarily it will be because I am goaded into and in that case I will hang some ones hide j wife and grandson acj onthe fence ls H warning to others who conipaiiied by Miss graced our i iuy be iuclinfdto persistently A meeting was held last evening in the Episcopal church of this place in the interest of the Womans Foreign Missionary Conference Secretary in tuis was present and addressed the la dies with earnest words of encourage ment in regard to their work and made a touching appeal for increased zeal in this Sixteen were then added to the roll of society and they are thus greatly eneour to go forward in their At the meeting last qight George Gayer and and by heir counsel and cheer greatly aided and encouraged the Park ollice yesterday i Miss Fannie of who has been visiting friends in the Park was summoned home suddenly by announcing the death of Louis a and broth er of James Daugherty H reman on Ty rone Gunners are hauling in the tame through the Billy Snyder taking the load so after an absence of three months in Pittsburg returned to his family in Bellefonte ping In Tyrone long enough to inter view a few of his We are unnecessarily prevented from publishing An item of news today which interests many of our resent my This fearful threat was discussed with bated breath by the brokers It was generally agreed that Bate man was the person specially referred to by after noon the foreign members of the Medi cal and their were en tertained at Grass Secretary Whitneys country row morning the foreign guests will go to Mount Vernon on the United States steamer Tomorrow evening the special train taking the foreign guests and special will leave for Watkins Glen and Niagara Be faithful to confidence reposed in
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