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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                tAffeSf tuPttte OF tttfe rone i THE ADVERTISING MtilMUM tS THfc T fourth STQVJfflMBttfl Two J You certain ly cannot fall Special Interest to TO both the ad vantages in prices and quality of a small lot of Dress Stuffs as offered con sidering the sharp advance in all kinds dress any of which cannot duplicate at prices an early in spection of the lot will be worth your while Seven double inch Dress strictly all regular piice 85 and per now go at cents peiv Six single fold Dress former prices and cents per now go 20 cents per Seven Dress forme i single fold prices 30 and 85 cents per now go at 18 cents per Seven single fold Dress former prines 25 and 80 cents pel1 now go at 14 cents per Would again call your at tention to the Special Sale of Ladies Medium Weight Rib bed Vests at 25 We started with 25 three in our window left tell the talc of their No the price when Attractive are the induce ments to save money in the clothing of children offered by our Kemnant where yon will find short and medium lenths in all kinds of FROM THE SIQtlK THE 5HANCES ARE AGAINST AN MEDIATE the Control of Slfllutf Mull rtfttl OMiiif lend A tofltico of 5ot Up ntitf They Ao Not Welcome from IMtto Itltttrn Afo Ntnv Itinptrhtg Silting IJitlls CM With Mooslah both cotton and at sav ing Main and Jnniata Fall Goods ITALIANS PUTQ Arriving A corre spondent obtains information from tho Siotix agency from two absolutely re liable one via Hettingef from the western part of tho reserva und one from Standing Rock via as follows Chances are against an immediate uprising unless Sitting Bull makes up his mind it would Sitting Bull wonld be arrested and put in but tho agent is afraid this would precipitate Agent McLaughlin has lost control of Sitting Bull and other At Bulls camp a dance of 200 braves keeps up dav and Indians with Sitting Bull do not welcome even friendly smA wont shake hands with They say all white men will be turned into buffalo and catfish in tho The Indians from Pine Ridge are now with Sitting Bull inspiring his followers with Messiah Them are insuf ficient troops at Standing Rock to justify the taking of such measures for the suppression of Sitting Bull us pru dence would In regard to tho former that the Indian police had thrown down their the facts Agent MeLaughlin sent them to arrest fractory Indians and Inslcml OlicyiK Oritorn they throw oil their clothes and joined in the They returned to the agency without the prisoners and of fered no McLaughlin is afraid to punish them and condoned their of Sitting Bul is jealous of tho increase of the cattle on Cannonball river belonging to white He teaches his followers that if a raid is made on the settlers and they are killed the IndiaiiH can surrender on the appearance of the soldiers and be because of the fate of tho former no new ones will como The Indians who have followed the advice of McLaugh lin and accumulated property are op posed to the proposed Young Bucks who have nothing and older ones who are led by Sitting are causing all the Governor Mil ler is in Ho visited Fort Lin coln and told the correspondent there was nothing between the white settlers south of town and a massacre but tho good will of tho He indorses all of the precautionary measures that have been AHAtfcmf M ClUtch Wafts tWfrtf the A battle be twoeh a gang of Italian labofcfs and citizens took place Tho Italians wefe engaged in constructing the how water when tho horses attached to a passing omnibus took fright at tho steam and in their flight tho animals dashed into tho crowd of While none of them were they became so enraged that they attacked tho A number of citi zens came to his rescue and a general conflict The Italians were soon put to flight and driven ont of tho No one waa but a number on both sides were o N ASK ProlVsior ICorli Trying In Klml n Cnrn for municipal au thorities have allotted temporarily to Professor Koch five buildings in tho Moabit suburb of for tho pur pose of aiding him in carrying on his experiments looking to the discovery of a cure for infectious such as scarlet diphtheria and typhus Professor Koch will also carry on bis investigations into tho nature and euro of cancer in these There will bo accommoda tions for IfiO patients in the temporary Tho professor considers that his labors in connection with tuberculo sis are AGAINST TUB BIG WAR DECLARED ON AND THOUSANDS OF TAILOR SARCASTIC JOE OVERCOATS Thats what tho people want now and we are always ready to fill tho peoples UNDERWEAR just now should receive if you regard good health us worth See our complete MAHLON CRYDER HOUSE IIu Is Sorry for tho AVho Will Iisnl Mildly In Two Joe Cannon has arrived He is not cast down by his Ho says that ho is very not that lie was de for nothing is surprising in po litical but very sorry for tho Demo crats who will fool badly just about two years from this Ho does not dis cuss tho They belong to tho and he looks forward toa glorious victory in He did venture one re By falsehood aud he tho Dem ocrats succeeded in alarming just 1 per of the voting population and they call that a political NINE EMPLOYES Ovu lord on KrcclvRtt Orii tiini lOvr n f On his ar rival here last night Gordon re ceived tho grandest ovation ever given to a It included a military escort and a torch light procession a mile At tho opera honso Gordon spoke to an immense and also addressed an assemblage of thousands from tho balcony of the Arlington This city was illumi nated and thousands of visitors were in town from South and Gordon will bo the guest of city today and tho festivities will con SENATOR CULLOMS In Tho Ijiitliry mists it lllltilnOSH lit OrlliUIH action of the lottery law has greatly decreased tho business of tho New Orleans post and on this account Chief Post office Inspector yesterday dis missed nino employes of that i tl Tho withdrawal of tho lottery business L K from Iho mails made a decrease of about a year in the postal re ceipts of tho or about onethird of IIo Fiiys Ilic TurllV mill KiiiUvuy Oniiimorco III III ill Culloni stopped on his way to Washington to visit his In an interview ho said that the Mo bill would have to iindcrgo ma terial modifications bo fore it would ho acceptable to the The intor cqnmioroe law would also have to bo In everything wonld have to bo revamped With tho proper modification lie thought the country would indorse tho Fifty first of tlio TloRii grand jury investigation of tho Tioga disaster has resulted in tho finding of twentyfour indictments for manslaugh ter against of president of the Genesee Oil which shipped the and of vice president of the Chying to the absence of Judiro Tuley the indictments cannot be returned until ISrothcrs 31 out A cold on Lai a brakeman on tho Toledo and Ohio was at lie was was walking over tho cars and fell bc tvvcen them and was horribly death being It was only his fourth trip over the About a year ago his George was killed by being torn to pieces with a buzz near Recently infoiiAftoit n Largo of tttttut tit titrilrtttft for the Krcclloti of Stock to Compete With itto UttloM Sttctc tropitreil for HID tnrffost Hoof Ustitb lUhmotit in ttio Improve inctit Will Coat Civet is stated on good authority that tho Union Stock yards and Transit company have do clared war on Morris ind the big four who recently purchased a largo tract of land in Indiana for tho purpose of erecting stock yards in competition with tho Union Stock of Tho corporation proposes to compete with tho big backed by the of New and tho of Already plans have been prepared for the erection of the largest dressed beef establishment in tho Tho new house will bo located on a 100acro section of land northwest of the present stock This land was recently purchased for tho of Tho plant will cost from to In addition to this thero will be constructed a Mni of UilYlgtMntitr The estimated cost of the improve ment is in of In an interview last Armour said he hud heard that the Union Stock Yards and Transit company proposed to establish an immense dressed beef but ho wns not at all There is an immense undeveloped field in the dressed beef he and tho world is largo enough for another dressed beef It is generally understood that Michael recently dissolved partner fillip with is to bo at the head of the new FOSTOR1A SCCItfV 6M06K6D A Ifowitiaiil tientut Aeetweit of tt IVohlrtMi Society shocked in a horrible inatthef by tho arrest of Kisoii ofte tho fnost prominent dffttttstft thia oil the charge of criminal fWsatllt ferred by ft waffled lady of n tnost lent Tho chaigo alletfefl that while performing an oporatiOtf pti her tooth sho was rottdefocl partially Unconscious by sonio drug placed in hof and while in that condition he assaulted Tho on tho alleges that tho charges aro nfj trne and made for tho purpose Of Ho waived an examination before the mayor and was placed undof bonds of to appear before tho common pleas HIS WIFE TO THE HIS GIRL WAS A Doors l doors of ifc banking houses wore opened again yesterday and affairs in and around liubank of their wonted al of no hanking business was IlifiiNiil lo Bfiirry Ilir for That Kiiisnn II Young peculiar case has just been decided by the circuit court of this tho case being that of Mary of Pnnlding against Delbert Tho case was commenced in the Paulding county common pleas court two years ago and was ended by tho circuit court giving the plain tilt judgment for dam Miss is an euthtishistic and during tho raising of a Democratic flagpole in the last presi dential she gave vent to her enthusiasm by hurrahing for This so incensed young who is a radical tliat ho actually refused to marry tho young lady on these grounds She entered suit against him for a breach of promise with the above Both of the parties in the suit are prominent at their THAT BONE GRAFTING Goorgo IClnir Threw tnlrt SliooinnUcrs ftinl Hiilt VAX Georgo El who was arrested Monday for burning a building at made a desperate attempt to escape from tho jail Sheriff Shoemaker was tak ing water into his when tho prisoner throw pepper into his and dealt him stunning The sheriff was and would have been had it not been for tho bravery of his Shoemaker dealt El mor several blows with a stick of wood and drove him back into the MAY GO TO Allrnil I ussHl Spokon of for HID illUljilslll There seems to bo a impression in supreme court circles that a Michigan man will bo appointed to the vacant supremo court and that Alfred Rus of has been or would bo se Russell has the of Secretary Procter and a largo number of prominent and when in Washington last week called at the White House in company with Secretary Ho is a distinguished and able lawyer in the prime of AN IRISHMANS Iulnlly ItiiilH n TliiiiKM1 mill rlriH THo Victims William a prominent was at tacked and mimorriftiHy beaten hy an Irish farm No one else was about farm at the and a Il or knock ing tho man senseless tho Irishman set tire to the house and Tho fire was discovered in time to extinguish the flames before much damage was Uonnlugers skull was frac tured and his injuries will likely prove Olhcors aro in pursuit of his FRIGHTFULLY A Crane Futility Injuring n its iii tiro employes dismissed a Tim siilarios of the amounted to With a large stock ol1 Shoes and Bubber Goods for Fall at prices which legislation cannot and competi tion cannot Mens SelfActing Overs from Ladies Rubbers light and heavy weight for Ask for rubbers with adhesive counters that will not slip Wo have ti largo assortment of Mens awi Womens Fine Press Shoes bought be fore the advance in leather find sold at loyvest Ask to see our Solar Tip School 14 I BwCdi Kllhd His 1allinr mill Luftus uliot and killed his Loft six miles cast of in a per sonal accidentally killing brother with him at tho Kamu The said to have acted in selfde engaged Hrst in defending his mother from an attack of his Tho partieti are highly Alliivvii I the case of Mary K of Ami against ihu Chicago ami Indiana Coal railway for damages in tho sum of tho jury yesterday returned a verdict allowing tho plaint ill tho full amount of her A motion for a new trial was tiled by tho K till i 1riiU rn Conx cnl SANTA the convention of thu Slate Fruit Growers yesterday a committee was appointed to confur with a committee from tho Florida Fruit union with reference to an alliance or cooperation between tho two organizations fur mutual fur u Ililsi j a young man who lives on I inventh is looking for a friend of hits who entered Wai tors homo and walked away with his chain and valued at V i vii I mill rent Mull on strike has oc curred among tho colliers on Lord Loni dondcrrvs at About Tho T tlin Hoy Mini 11 i Knitting Tojjotlior Nisw conditions were considered as favorable as ever at tho Charity for the successful knitting together of the leg bones of Johnnie Gothius and his devoted spaniel It was at first supposed that exposure of tho joining wonld bo made but a reporter learned that tho attempted joining of the bones would probably not be dis turbed until at least twelve days had after tho operation waa per READY TO BEGIN Tho Mrtlmillsts DIIVK KiiKiigml n PriiCm fur Tlicir IniiisMl Van Vra of has been appointed head deaconess of the new homo which tho Methodists of Pitts burg have decided to She ar rived yesterday and was met by tho Cor I nor and Tho home1 will bo on rented until a house can be when moro deaconesses will bo selected and a train ing school A hospital simi lar to the one tho order has in Chicago is talked A terrible acci dent occurred at the Keystone bridf works by which a workman will p ably lose his Samuel a was working about a Inigo fortyton when it broke and fell upon breaking both crushing the bones of tha right leg and injuring his Physicians have no hope of his BOY OF lln Submits lo n StidiiiKt of n DelIriUii und Will agod only 12 underwent a heroic operation for stone of tho blad Tho slouo was successfully re moved by Adamson and It is almost as largo as a small lions The patient is doing It is tho second operation of iho kind per formed on the child in tho past four or live DIED ON THE lor n fur u SVHo In Ilic II usIiiuulA a welltodo who lived about Ihreo miles from was found dead on tho Richmond Ho had como after tho doctor to tho bedside of his sick and was on his way homo when he dead of heart ARGONAUTS OF men are and likely to ho tho struggle is LATE NEWS IN nl 11 one of tho wealthiest and boat known distillers in dropped doad from heart Ho was presi dent of both tho Anderson and Nolson Distillery At one thtto he was the owner of Tho Denver Cur Jicculiiny ArticUii uf A seanioii and fiiipuieu oil the packet vessels Glamnoro aijd Cormorant liavo been sentouced to on mouths juiprisoumeut for breaking thyir articles of agreement aud joimug a ilif fnipiiiir is viry nnxiinis u liuvo ivnuily npiiliid in Ihu liitriimn wlioro ciuiHiiinntioii is iiinru ilvitilly tliuii any uihur Katliur Jlyaiiintlio IH not ttiruMni viilh nuicli in ulVorls M llio suiniral inn of lliu Fiiiicli Iliuroli fruni ilu by bntli cluiiLuls uiul friu A bill will bo inlioilucucl in at tiin liiiitnticu of Iruitnniy mill ein ploych of tliu luniro of luljor in tliosii to twulvu iailusivsu of two hours for A collUiou ouuiiiTuil on tlio TliiiniiS Kriduy bclwcua iliu sUumur Indian from and Ihu Bteainur hors Tho Kurster was blink unit tjiu Intliun Irinci lur It is tlmt u Keinlollltilal nolo liuu bcou riceivod I mm KODJU urjiiiji KiiKlainl tu join tliu and iaduco Franco lu enter uiion iv Kincral uttiir Ihu of tlm lioriniin At a nuiitinu of ministerial council Fri day it vns ilculiiiil Dint eurtuin unions whom is tlio loudur tivo Jolish set to whiuh Pudcrlewsky should ba forthwith oxpolled from in an inturvlew rcfcurdintr tho disjiatcli Oklcugo stilting that Ixo was boon to said thut Uo did not ut tucU impoitunce to Ileetiye will never rccaut tho theories which are dourer to him than his church can uvur iio oiu tku truth ol his theories aud bivid thu church must inevitably accept Cllillllll llf Dill VHiUnMM if III City nf n About forty of tho old Pitholo who thecelobraled inen that city of a back in the hold a reunion and banquet at the Hotel in this last Nearly every stalein tho Union was Ariiiiliintiltly Shot Ills Slot Winter a littlo town in Wayno Oney aged 1H accident ally shot his llo had bought a revolver which Ids mother asked to look carelessness whilo handing it to tlie woajion was Tho ball entered hor loft breast uuar tho causing a wound it is will prove A inii ol SheriJt Dresclier of Osborno after a chase of live located a gang of horse thieves hist night in tho west ern part of Pratt near When within 100 yards tho posse wero seen by tho who opened at the same tiuio their The posse responded with u hot killing Thomas West aud Samuel Five others escaped into tho Due aro Th Four In It is roportod I hat Iho Four railroad has imolo a iropisition to the and Cincinnati Bail roail company to buy thorn and that a mooting ofthe ofticials of both roads will held early tho coining The Columbus and Cincinnati railroad runs from Toledo to Konton and is in process of building from that point to A Tho trial of the action brought by Robert William 13H the against for damages for broiich of was concluded in tho court of jitdns bench Lang try was adjudged guilty of broach of and a judgment in tho of was entered against Venn lliiita Hi Irish ill an address at Smithport suiiV that a cloud rcntifil on tho Irish cutise at but with Oods help aud that of the honest Liberals of Knglaud the cause would still Lot the Tories attempt to gain a point by mi election surprise and they would sooo bo Cmluil Out In u Minis Patrick agod was killed in the Pounsylvania Cortl companys miuo at Dunmore lie had iircd a bluet aud wus roturaing aftev the dis when the roof foil in uu4 crushed the Ufa ovjt of   

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