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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1888, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                I I I X NowOpening for the Fall Season Henrietta All the New We have part of them 1 f early such a and more to come You will want to see them and learn Most all Nothing more popular or dura ble in Dress Prices right at all times for iquality JAMES Main and Juniata SEPTEMBER Two FIVE MEN A LARGI5 ClilCUS TRAIN A Freight Train Runs Into the Hour of John Robinsons Circus Train on the LlttlcMinniA Killed and Seventeen Sept rear part of John Bobinsons circus train of thir the wreck and talked dy ing un hotif later from the effects of his Superintendent Ralph of the Little with a special train and physicians from this and Morrow left at halfpast 5 and work of searching the wreck was soon finished TRIBUTE MRS At a regular meeting of the Womans Relief Corps No auxiliary to Jones Post the follow ing preamble and resolutions were JLV Wl IIWWI4 w 1 mj tyfive which left unanimously adopted in memory of is now filled with immense new stock of FALL and WINTER attractions in and Materials for making Clothing to p at strikingly low It will pay you to give us a Xenia shortly after midnight Saturday was into by a freight train at the WaynesvUle water on the little Miami 61 miles east of this at 2 Four were killed outright and nie has sinise died of his Seventeen others were but none of them Besides many others were in but refused to permit any surgi cal The engine of the freight train and five coaches of the circus train were badly Np other was The loss to property is estimated at about equally divided be tween the railroad company and the owner of the Engineer of the is blamed for the There were 150 people on the circus It was supposed that extra pre caution on the part of the railroad ofll cials would be but as there are no blocks between Xenia and Cor win at the precaution lios with the governed by orders re ceived at The circus train had its caboose protected with danger sig While the engine was taking wa ter at Jorwin the fiiVmen saw the head light of the train following flash around the curve to the rear hollowed at the who gave his en gine all the steam he and did in his power to preventer lessen the collision which he saw was When the circus train Train master of the got out of the cars and was looking about the train when he saw the headlight flash around the less than a thousand feet He ran through three forward sleepers shouting get It having pleased the Almighty God to remove from out midst Buck in the prime of life and womanhood While we recognize wisdom of an infinite yet we none the less mourn the loss of an hon ored and beloved sister be it That we wear our badge of mourning for thirty days and that our charter be draped in mourning for the space of thirty days in honor of her That these resolutions bo entered on Our a copy furnish ed the husband abd friends of our de ceased and that they be published in the Tyrone HERALD and the Altoona Miss JENNIE Your Stores and Homes for the QQLDKIf WITH BECEEL HAS DKALEll IN Juniata and Blair Practical Watchmaker I LATEST STYLES of Silverware op sale Book U ewttrt SMITHS JDEALEUS Choice Familv Queens Wood and An Excellent Line of Table and Floor Oil 2O Juniata BLAIR COUNTY BANKING Pat a collision is The occupants of the three sleepers all When Aiken reached the fourth sleenerhe shouted and jumped to save his own As he did the big heavy freight engine came plowing into the circus In less than one min ute the wreck was piled and then came the terrible screams of the crushed and wounded and the wails of agony from the all surrounded by a darkness which was As soon as possible lights were secured and then followed the sad work of rescuing the The rear of the circus train was made upas follows sleep ers Walnut Terrace Madisonvillo and When the engine ploughed into the train the caboose was split in twain and thrown down the The reavend of the sleeper Walnut was crushed in by the engine and its front end driven into the next sleeper Grave which in turn was forced into the Terrace whioh drove the Madisonville up on top of the Mil In the Milford were the vie This sleeper was cut through by the fiat in front and reduced to kindling all remaining being the In it were all the dead and the Trucks were procured and bonfires and the work of rescue com A row of mattresses was laid upon the grass at the side of the BOJBHBT t f bask to lOMtrt In on KMMfc rttfc wrftMi M Henry old time Juniata county and an honored uncle of spent the in the town with the boss streets and handsomest Come About the happiest man in Graxier ville justnow is Miles Friday last a rousing big boy took up his resi dence with the We hope that the life of the young gentleman may be that in due time he may become a source of help and comfort to his An item is going the rounds of the papers that the juice of watermelon will remove A young lady of this place read the item in a religious paper and tried the giving her face a thorough soaking before going to When she got up she took a look in a and was horrified to find her ordinarily quite a mass of red blotches and caused by ihe poison in the She luis riot been out of the house for three diiys and will be presentable in about a week from A child ono year of Norwecian parents by the name of and who are emigrants on their way to died of cholera infantutn yesterday morning on board Pacific Ex press west between Mifllin and Lewis When the train arrived at this place the parents with the dead infant were escorted into the waiting room of the station and what afterward followed cannot be better told than in the words of the Times The dead infant taken to the room set apart for that purpose and tenderly wrapped in a shawl by the placed upon u and then rested tillit could be supplied with a neat It was then washed and dressed by the mothers own and the tears as they trick led down her cheeks mingled with the Taking from the scanty ward robe a clean white embroidered she made it the shroud of her loved and after it was placed the cottln she tucked in around its tiny form a snow edged with and then kissed her darlipg one a temporary good STOLE TWO A DKY HOLLOW HUMAltl AN HI IFF fakes two Shoes From Albrights H oremid Secretes Them lit n Hurry Albright AUJMUIS on the Scene ami Collars fvfo Saturday morniup last two Unngnu rians from Pennsylvania Furnace came to the store of One of them wan tod to buy a pair of slides on This Albright refused to give him i and after considerable dicker ing the parties wont In tha afternoon the same two gaiiana came back accompanied by two and one of the two recruits bought a pair of and while this was being done the fellow who had been refused credit stood outside with After the shoes had been sold and the party had left it was dis covered that two rights were and Harry Albright was started over to the station to catch the offenders against law and He succeeded in finding the proper parties who already had their trunks on the Lewisburg and Tyrone trainband two of them very readily opened their trunks for his The third and fourth refused this permission and ran out of the Harry then made a start to break the suspected trunk when one of the who had allowed his trunk to be offered his The trunk was when the two both rights were found secreted Harry then started out on the hunt of his men and found them in the Ward House He at once collared them both with the intentionof bringing them over to town and handing them over to the odicers of the At once there was resistance on part of the fellows who hail from Hungary and Harry was struck He had to desist and went for officer Wallace who found one of men and took him before Squire because of Insuilicient was compelled to dismiss the About ten oclock Saturday night party of Huns came into town and to Albright and wanted to pay for the shoes as well as whatever costs there might be in the case and get their fellow countryman out of the Tliey were overjoyed when informed that the country was safe and that their man was somewhere else than in Ty They immediately afterward started for Dry Hollow which place they likely reached some time Sunday in time to greet the man who did not suc ceed in getting two shoes for his right foot while he had nothing but one old dirty one for his dirty left Sept is received of a terrific fight between a body of pilgrims and a number of the servants of the Grand Sheriff of in which several of the combatants were killed and many The light arose from the discovery that the Sher iff was pursuing a system of A special of four Pullmans and a baggage car arrived at Montreal on the 7th with one hundred Boston Odd Fel with their friends and en route for Los to at tend the grand convention of ali tb9 lodgesin the United to be hejfl there the middle of this n V WTTT TT n T and upon these the wounded soon as the collision occurred the doctors frort Wayneavllle were sum woned did all rftyf JPP As the work progrsssea Jack was fouo4 When the found Fmnk col he wai completely doubled of John bye to They took the re wains with them this morning for tn the the in graceful memory Q wat WRW frpml the Infantry t 5 ror Fredrick hencefortlt apply 9 The shaft and bronze figure of ihe Grant monument in Louis were placced in position last Friday and men after which the figure was The new figure will unveiled later with appropriate A movement U now on loot to erect n ilar to the late WbfnOan oo MM block wuth of the Grant mooument   

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