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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1889, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Two Cents ORIENTAL v See Our Corner Cream and Two Toned 0 and 8 inches Special price 6 and 8 cents per Never sold WASHINGTON WRITTEN HY OUU OWN After Two Weeks Absence our Kegnlar Letter Makes Ms Apponrancc Hrltn full of Interesting Jiolss From Our National so An attractive JAMES CORNER MAIN AND JUNIATA KEGELS ASSIGNEES SALE OF TEN THOUSAND DOLL ARS WORTH bff CLASS GOODS at WAY DOWN only to be had at a great closing out without The assignee of announces that all things are now ready for the sale of the entire stock of at such bargains as are Goods must positively be closed out i 16 Always has on hand the latest styles in CLOCKS 9 and sells them at prices that cannot be be beaten in the Also a fine line of SPECTACLES and EYE TO SUIT ALL j Opera GLASSES to V S This alsothe place to find the best assortment of Musical in the AT THE QUOTATIONS A Wash Bowles and Pitchers per 75c Plates 5c Cups and saucers per 45c Steak Plates and 30c and 15c Cream and 15c Soap 10 and 25c per Blueing 5c Entirely new and extra good Backs 15c and 25c and 15c per and lOc per and IQc Towel and loc If you got hot come to the 5cent Store and cool off with 6 or cool off three times for 5 Jolly June President accompanied by Secretaries Blaine and Windpm took a trip down the Potomac Saturday on Wana tnakers The party returned Senator Quay is to join Senator Ed munds and a party of congenial spirits for several weeks fishing in the Gulf of Quay will leave here as soon as the Philadelphia appoint ments are which it is expected they will be in a few In fact they are as good as settled already all par ties having agreed on the following slate postmaster it will be re membered that PostmasterGeneral Wauamaker tendered him the position early in the and that Senator promoted his appointment by the Surveyor he was Senator Quays candi date for and Col lector of It is generally be lieved that these appointments will be made this Secretary Blaine and the President are very much pleased with result of the Sanioan commission which has just finished its sittings at The agreement or is dispute as to really was ratified gives the United States everything that was in fact much more than was expected without a hard struggle But it is not so much what was actually gained that pleases Blaine and the President as manner in which it was Never before have Amer ican treated by those of the great European powers with the courtesy and deference that Karson and Bates have received from the English and German members of the Samoan and the a good right to feel both pleased arid Some of the patiently waiting breth ren were made last This is particularly true of the Consular ap pointments jvjAmbngjthe appoint ments were the following of to be at Hali Nova Scotia Frye is not la relative of Senator but owes his appointment principally to the good record he made in the same position be fore removed of to be Consul General at Chiua Leon ard has an excellent war record and is a good newspaper being at present editor of the Post of of to be consul General at Constantinople Sweeny is a minister of the Christian church and at present chancellor of the Butler of North to be Consul General at Rio Janeiro Dockery has for years been one of leaders of the can party in his State has served al terras in House of Representa and has always been willing to lend a hope in gubernatorial Indian Morgan entered the as Lieutenant in Gendial Har risons regiment of Indiana Afterwards he was a Brigadier General of colored He was president of the State of Rhode Island when appointed to his present to be United States Mar shal for the northern district of New and Robert of South Car to be Collector of Customs at South Smalls is an exmember of Congress and a col ored He is well known through out the country and had a hard fight to get this little position on account of the hot fight made against him him by Re publicans from his The Civil Service Commissioner be fore leaving for the west addressed a lotler to the President asking him to have all the appointments made in the Census bureau taken from its lists of It is not likely that the Pres ident will comply with this request as most people believe that Congress in tended these appointments to be made outside of the Civil Service The Kearsage sailed from New York for Hayti yesterday in com mand of rearadmiral The Kearsage goes on orders from the Navy department about which there is con siderable her father and her grandchildren are occupying Wan amakers cottage at Cape It is probable that the President will spend next Sunday with Fine ye you bargains io all lines of goods 83 Shoe Beet Call and see our new KANSAS June Thursday two children of Edward Bac a of a small village fifty miles south of Kansas on the Kansas went to a creek about a mile from home to Upon their failing to return at search ing parties were organized and Friday evening their bones were found near a ledge of rocks that had long been known as Wolfs A baud of timber wolves have used this section for years and it is thought the children were killed and eaten by the The boys were aged 10 and 12 MASON June standing the flattering reports sent out from Dakota relative to the anticipated abundant yield of small advices received this mornitig from a good por tion of western and south Dakota state that small grain is an entire campaigns of Colora to be Consul General at St Peters Russia is an unanimously endorsed for the position by the Colorado and Republi can State Roose of to be Consul at Belgium Roosevelt is now consul at and isi Brawn to Ht Scotland Brown has been a very prominent Republican bis State has been chairman of the nd a Morgan tJ t more so than any In other The grain is all burned More than half the acreage was sown to wheat arid Corn does not yet show the effects of the Among thn farming community this failure will be sorely June Hugh who has just completed an analysis of the Allegheny river water for the state board pf reports that it is purer than at any time for June grand jury examined numerous witnesses in the Cronin case this but so far as known no new evidenceof a start ling nature was JUNE WITH JUDGE DtiAN ON TUB HKNCII Blair Comity Court Convened at Ten Oclock Yestcnlny ness Tlio List of Criminals Court convened on Monday morning at 10 Judge Dean After the return of the constables of the various districts of the George was appointed foreman of the grand Joseph constable of was appointed to wait on the grand The following civil business will be of interest to the people of this section Andrew Thomas George Crawford and Henry were ap pointed viewers to alter the course of the public road leading from Union Furnace to Sinking Fisher and Love wore appointed viewers for a bridge over Bald Eagle creek at Tyrone paper Sale of property of Hannah Shugerta to Stephen VanScoyoc for was A citation was awarded against Al bert guardian of minor children of Daniel to file Charles John Caleb Guyer and Charles Wooden were ap pointed to vacate part and change the course of the public road from bridge 1 to land of Daniel Dougherty in Snyder The order for view of a public road in Snyder township from the house of Samuel Ager was John Albert Stewart and James Lowther to view the necessity of erecting guards alone the road leading from Tyrone to Sink ing William administrator of Eliza beth deceased Catharine administratrix of Peter deceased and Henry El administrator of Sarah El deceased and of James Elway deceased were John Lafferty was appointed guar dian of minor children ofRum A of the striking cabmen at Paris resumed work but the majority remain The Superior Machine Works at New were totally destroyed by fire snred for Announcement is made that a castor trust is forming in the the capital stock to be between and There are but seven castoroil manufacturing plants in the Ellsey who was shot at Tuesday by the station agent of the Michigan Central railroad at that died Thursday The agent is held for m The gold medals given by Jngtpn Post or the by Washington public school children were presented on Saturday in the of the Institution in the preeaice of Jones Rollins was appointed ad litem of Mary to account were awarded against the administration of Jacob deceased the administrator of Nannie deceased and against the assignee of CRIMINAL Commonwealth Frank Furnishing liquor to minors and Com monwealth George bar indicted for the same Continued until next session on account of Uio defendant Molloys who was in charge of the Ore depart ment at Johnstown Commonwealth Fur nishing liquor to minors and furnishing liquor to persons of known intemperate Case tried and the jury find the defendant guilty in manner and form as and recommend him to the mercy of the Commonwealth Thomas Fornication and Recognis ance Commonwealth Charles Van This boy about 12 years plead guilty to stealing a re volver from a boarder in his mothers Sentence suspended upon prom ise of good Commonwealth George Me The defendant plead guilty aud submitted to stealing a from Siifts McFarluud when be and land were Sentenced to pay a One of costi of prpaeeutiou Of HfCOirp
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