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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1888, Tyrone, Pennsylvania SEPTEMBER Two Now Opening for the Fall Season f All trie New e have part of them such a and more to come r V i 1 u will want to see them and learn Most all Nothing more popular or dura ble ih Dress Prices right at all times for quality I f JAMBS Main and Juniata GLASGOW IS ADA FLifHH WAS THIS GOLBEK AiTttngbnients foif tilts giahtt strittion by the Kniguts of the Golderj Eagle ih thjspljicoiiekt Wfeahesdny KEGELS is now filled with an immense new stock of FALL and WINTER m and Materials for making Qlotliing u at strikingly low It will pay you to give a Decorate Your Stores and Homes for the GOLDE1T EAQLE PARADE BECKEL HAS a DEAL15U Juniata anil Blair Practical Watchmaker STYLES of Silverware on sale at DKALEH8 Choice Familv aud An Excellent Line of Table and Floop Oil 3O Juniata Killed by Yet a Mystery rounds the Affair that is Uifilcnlt to Arrested at A brutal and Cowardly murder Occur red on Thursday about one and a half miles from in lieade at the resi dence of Ferry a large land owner and well known all over the ad jacent counjriesVt glean the f611pwr ing items It that Troicll arid his wife left home on Thursday morning to attend an Odd Fellows picnic at Alle leavingAda and a young daughter of Jacob to keep During Ibeforenpoif thetwp girls clpsejl up the house and went to the a short distance away to gather Near h66ri they returned and were sur prised to find the htmsedoors open and some noise being made as though some one was in the Ada was a brave girl and knew how to handle fire but as she had none with her she went to a neighbors and borrowed a six and sending her young companion to her the little girls fathers for she went to the The rest of Upon the Jacob Troxell whom his little daughter had he Ada iying upon the just outside thfe with a bujlet hole in her right breast the agonies of She did not regain conscious ness and died in 9 very short without being able to tell did the An examination of the premises show ed a bullet hole on the inside facing of the door another in the right breast of the victim and the revolver she had borrowed lying on the porch chambers The the ory is that the burglars had knowledge of the absence ol the family had watched until the girls left the house when they entered for jUhey failed to find some money which had been secreted uya safe place but broke open a trunk from which they took a gold watch which was found on tho floor smashed as though it had been dropped and trapped It would seem from this that the girls returned too soon and surprised the and it is sup posed that when Ada got to the door she ired one shot at them and that her revolver was wrested from and the first shot at her struck tho door and the next struck her as at very close range as her dress where the ball entered was burnt by the Aside from this her dress was not dis News of the tragedy was sent to the picnic and Terry Troxell and some neighbors hastened home to find the poor girl dead and her body being kind ly cared for by the Two apparently had been lurk ing in tho neighborhood for several days and the evening before the murder had been to the house for something to eat and remained about the premises quite awhile when they Two men anT swering their description have becij traced from near there on Thursday going toward Fallen They were arrested but were found not to be the men der tho auspices of 7ft are almost and With fair weather Tyrone will have a gala r iv Fourteen Castles and Corn ihatider led have fled their iiitehtibnof beitig presenti Most of these brgMizatlons wiiibe accompanied by a bsindof anA itissafie1 to say5 that rfrom 1200 to uniformed Knigliti and bandsmen will be in The Castles and Comtnanderies to be present are hs follows Petersburg of Peters s Centennial iJellwood Bell Kishocoquillas of V Umbria of Oacepla COUNTY J0t Tjfc ft George Grady of to be the largest sardine packers in have made an The liabilities are about A of perBowawiJI thrqwnqul of i The funeral of tna Captain Thorn Qf took yesterday with Masonic HJa Frank Black Diamond pf Port Almo of Beedsvill Sinking Valley Castle Standing Stone Of Altoona and one other the name and number of which wo have been unable to The parade will form at nine oclock on South Main street and will move up Main to up Glen to down Logan to up Juniata to up Spring up Lin coln down Lincoln avenue to Washington put Washington avenue and countermarch to Juniata down Juniata to Main and At one oclock there will be a conven tion iu the Castle room of delegates from each of the Castles and Comman deries The principal ob ject of this convention will be to decide upon a point for the next yearly gather ing and A public meeting will be held in the opera house at two At this meeting an address of welcome will be delivered by Burgess Thomas and tho response will likely be made by Sii Knight of These ad dresses will be followed by others by W and and various othei Sir The Marshals of the parade will bo C C F VanVahah and It is requested that citizens living along the route of parade decorate thei business houses and dwellings and thu pay all possible respect tp the visitors from abroad as well as reflect credi upon the The General Committee will have its headquarters in the Castle and i is requested that all who may have any business with them go there at The reception Committee are desirec to meet promptly at halfpast six oclock and it is hoped that all members of Ty rone Castle will be present and ready to fall into line at precisely eight The General Committee is F Judson Mclntyre and W Committee on B chairman Wai tor George Mingle Waltev Jr B M Beckel and r Philip AHubcrt the express agent warf oouvicted at and aentenced to three ftt hard labor in ttiewwnty Wfe WM iBf from the Adaw I i TYRONE FOR nforniiUlon for nil People who Want to be Entertained mill All Services for Septembers Second Plenty ol The Allegheny Conference of the United Brethren church will meet id ts fifth animal session tat ou the 20th i There will be preaching in thctJnited Brethren church at tomoitoW vening by Klio 1L A cordial welcome is extended o Sunday school nb aJ ind class meeting at Davies having caburned preaching may be expectedat the Presbyterian church tomorrow morning and evening at tho usual hourej Sunday school at in the morning ind young peoples meeting at the usual our in the At the Methodist Episcopal the will occupy his pulpit both morning and evening Sunday class meetings and all the usual services may be expected at the regular T pastor of tile preach inthepld church tomorrow morning afra and the Sunday school WUJ meet at three oclock in the By reason of the absencia from town of there will be no preaching in the English Luthei an church The Sunday school will meet as and all are invited to attend this The usual prayer meeting services at the rooms of the Young Mens Chfli tian Association will be held at four oclock in the All are wel SALT LAKE Horace superintendent of Zions Cooperative Mercantile institu which does a business of died aged 72 He was appointed brigadier general of militia in 18GO by Brigluim was a member of the territorial legislature in 1880 and has held many other county and territorial He joined the Mormon church fiftytwo and has ever since staunch ad herent of the He amassed con siderable wealth during his long busi ness career and owned much real estate and live stock throughout the He hud flve three of to gether with a large mojuji their tho Democratic nominee for county was a brother of the Texas member of the Democratic national convention was dangerously wounded by unknown parties last Hoffman and one other candidate were the only nominees of the Democratic party who had not been endorsed by the and Hoffman had received warning that if they did not keep quiet they would bo put out of the September ports from point west of here state that prairie fires are doing great jo Edmunds and MQPherson fire has burned a strip rnjjea long and three miles A large of farmers Joat their and their able to protept tbeir ity The lire not yet wofit if i T7A M Wtofftbf tap of tbrwyear sow
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