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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1888, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                w nn i a i Tyrone Daily SATURDA 1888 1888 THE PANSY ADJUSTABLE The Best in the Acknowledged by all Ladies who have used them to be far superior to any Bustle NEW In Rag alld JlltG are on the way Iff EOT GOODS Of all kinds in Dry Boots and coiningin at all JAMES SUCCKSSOU TO STUDY Main and Juniata STRIKING JANUARY BARGAINS AT KEGELS Fur at Reduced Main antl Juniata NEW STOPPING THE SUPPLY OF CARS To Produce ti Coal Mea to Bring Independent Opera tors Into Becoming Scarce and Tyrone Department Store SPECIAL Heading Railroad Company has sin t off the supply of cars to individual col ieries for the purpose of forcing a coal amine with the idea of bringing the present trouble to a That this famine will be widespread there can be no doubt and equally injurious in re The Reading officials are work ing on the idea that shutting off the en tire supply of anthracite coal from this city may hasten the termination of the It was extensively reported today that some of the leading stockholders in the company were trying to bring around an arrangement by which the troubles between the miners and the company might be The present supply of coal is very low and decreasing The price has advanced to per ton and it is hard to get it at that There appears to be no evidence of weakening on either so far as Philadelphia is The company has become very reticent as to its plans for the fu and the executive committee for the strikers has adopted similar The ranks of the strikers were further increased to day by accessions of sev eral hundred Shamokin who refused to mine coal for Scab labor to handle on The busi ness men of Shenandoah will send a delegation to President C rbin to nine that something bo done to end the The proprietors of all the industrial establishments propose to hoid a meet ing in a few days to urge the company to bo more They con demn the effort to break up the Knights of The nonunion men find great dilli culty in securing The boarding house keepers charge them such exorbi tant rates as they cant and hun dreds of them are lodged in passenger cars on side tracks and carry food in Pottsville merchants Exchange has decided to cease selling on credit lo customers out of employment in conse quence of the This will injure the strikers but many of them were bankrupted by giving credit in the strike of Only throe of the Reading Companys collieries worked and they had a greatly reduced VAULT Burglars entered the court house at Huntingdon last night through a win dow which they broke and made their way into the vault inTreasurersof ficeby means of ablastof powder which destroyed the combination lock and iron doors of the They scatter ed about pretty promiscu but only succeeded in getting one hundred dollars in cash and a re volver belonging The villains have not been arrested and it is not known to a certainty who they A full and complete line of Picture Queensware and a full line of Foreign and Domestic SIGN OF THE 19 Juniata i r i i GEORGE The subject of this sketch came to Tyrone from Philipsburg on the 25th of October and has since been in the employ of Waple at the Pennsyl vania House as bar He was born at Beliefonte November which would place him in his 30th year when he died yesterday afternoon at halfpast four oclock of inflammatory rheumatism which went to the He had only been sick and off duty about two weeks when the death sum mons came to him almost without for ie was thought to be get ting and his unexpected death was a great shock to his family and By those who knew him he is spoken of as having been a man of kind heart and possessed of many good qualties which endeared him to those with whom he was thrown in lie leaves to mourn their loss a wife and two little the oldest a boy of about eight years and the young est a babe of six Also his two sisters and a broth er all of whom with the exception of one sister resides and the brother who has his home in The remains were taken to Bellefonte this accompanied by his fam ily and Waple anil and the interment took place in the Catholic cemetery Tennyson is a great pipe smoker and lie uses none but the common clay arti It is a fad of his never to smoke the same pipe Having filled and puffed at one until it is he breaks it and takes up a fresh one from a big box which stands near This goes on all the time he chats with his The trial of the suit of Miss Clara daughter of a once well known iron dealer of against a million aire coffee merchant of New York city and a member of the firm of Arbuckle for a beach of promise of being tried in the Supreme Miss Campbell claims In Paul Earnest Hoen a workman on the ice fell from the top of the a distance of sixtyfive and landed at the bot tom in a bed of chopped He is not expected to A carload of sawed ready for turning base ball has been receiv ed at Livingston Sullivan It came from South Some startling statements have bcei made before the House Committee al Washington in relation t the ThabeCarl isle elect ion Jeii eral Hale Thoebes attorney has presented a strong argument in fa vor of his lie asks that a spe cial committee be sent to Kentucky to investigate the election of Carlisle He claims that Carlisle was beater by more than votes in the couuUv of in which lie and the adjacent oneof The evidence of fraud is very strong and reliable The following must be given as a speci men given by General Sypher About 1 oclock in the moruing Car lisles friends sent a carriage for bin him and took him to a house where several of his political colleagues were It was explained that he was defeated unless the vote from the rural counties could he made to overcome TlMjeb majority of in Kenton and Camp bell That night despatcoes were sent by wire and messengers on horse back to all parts of the order ing the Democratic officers of electior to hold back the They wort held back for five days and a majority for Carlisle was manufactured afte the The committee then took a recess After the recess of Thoe bes cited precedents to justify the committee in reopening the case Sypher presented a resolution that the papers in theuuse be printed anil re ported to a committee of seven mem to be charged with the investiga tion of the conduct of the late Con gressional election in the Sixth distric of The committee thoi went into secret Carlisle was not nor was he represented by f A New York maiden of sixty has sued a youngster of sixtyfive for breach of She says he has been trifling with her affections off and on for forty and she is tired of the THE SERVICES IN TlUOSfE No Preaching at the liaptist Communion Services at the PrcsUy tcrinn itcriHHin Meet ing at tiic nustor of the Ger man English will preach to morrow morning in German and in the evening in Sundayschool at the usual There will be no preaching service at thn Baptist churdi tomorrow bnt next the pastor will again liere and preaching maybe There will be Sundayschool exercises omorvow at the usual At the Presbyterian church there will be a congregational prayer meet ng tomorrow morning at 1H oclock be led by At 11 oclock the Da l after which the sacrament of the Lords supper will be administer At the evening the subject of the pastor will ho Tlie Great Con will preach morning at the Brick church Sinking In the evening there will preaching service at the English church in town at the to be followed by a gospel service adapted to the week of There will be KMTHHS in this church every night this commencing it a quarter before eight Also an afternoon service each day beginning with Tuesday at three The sacrament of the Lords will be administered Sabbath morn January The usual four oclock prayer meet ing for men only will be held in the rooms of the Young Mens Christrian Association tomorrow All young men are extended a special and cordial At the Methodist Episcopal there will bo preaching service tomorrow morning and evening at the usual also Sunday school at the regular hour for that The regular quarterly meeting ser vices will be conducted at the United Brethren church in Birmingham to morrow morning by There will be no services at the church in this place tomorrow morn but in the evening the pastor will be present and Id his pulpit at the reg ular All the regular services may be ex pected ot Matthews Catholic chapel on Cameron street the January Beading company today supplied some of the most needy furnaces along their line with coal at an advMiice of eighty cents a ton at Sehuylkill bringing the price up from to per The Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad and Coal company during 1887 carried tons of coal being an increase of tons over Of the tonnage tons were Broad Top Coal and torn Cum berland The directors meet next week to declare the January dividend on the preferred The rnasonsof 1ittsburg have decided to rebuild on the old site where the Masonic Hall They will put up a temple that will cost quarter of a million King of fearing has yielded to the demands of his Cabinet for the appoint men t of Americans to certa i n high Hartman Taylors saw mill at Keesport was destroyed by fire day Loss The will of the late Daniel dated July was probated Albany   

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