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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1894, Tyrone, Pennsylvania x K The Tyrone Daily Herald Bi EIGHTH YEAR INVITE your early attention lo our line Past Black Cotton Hosiery jttst color last will hot and satisfactory in all No other goodc ot this class can have a pass port into our Boys extra heavy double knee cycle 7 lo in the grade hero at a This stocking we can iot n commend too highly for Lighter weight ribbed hose tor boys and uxtrn good value at and 15 cents a pair regular price 15 and 18 Ladies extra spring weight hose the regular quality here at the Extrn extra ladies fine guagc seamless hose go and two pair for Quite a good color also a Lad lew and childrensextrafine gnagc on up to ontr dollar a Mens Past Black much in little in Ladies hosiery in fancy colors also In our hosiery APRIL TWO HELD stock tiy you will ways be a Boys is it not about The Eminent Lawyer Succumbs to irno to look llnffi up Coats sill be plied You need not go we have a stock to piieo will al ways a great One lot boys regular price now go at 2 for 2oc Three vvaists regular prices boys 60 b5 your choice can you afford to pass ilium Cotton draperies and widest and best uoods are here at saving pri the Extra qu dark and light figur an Attack of Pneumonia AFTER it ONE DAYS frlin Mimt KnJiil of Iotir Flrltl from it Trip to Niiililohly SlrlcUcn In Vigor of Old April an Illness of twentyfour hours Dudley Field dioJ visdenbiy at the residence of his Dud Icy 2i Grnniproy When Field arrived on Wednesday from Genoa his face bore the color and other evidences of almost perfect He was wel THE HOLOCAUST AT BUFrALO ft tltnt At April Is tow no longer any doubt that nt least A elofcen men arc burled under tlio debris of ruined American glucose which destroyed by fire on Thursday night Inquiries have been made by relatives for the following twelve who arc missing and supposed to have been burned or crushed to death John John Michael John George Tony James Lo Michael John John Stephen Slnski and John The supposed loss of life appals the super intendent of tlio Ho cannot ac count for the disappearance of the men in ny other way except by WILSONTS House Democrats Indorse the Tac tics of ABSENTEES WILL NOT BE htre Fine lias ed challies the kind at a nickel the yard MoquetLc anch Velvet the dollar new fresh goods 70 cen s is Um of coune it bos not it may in the near fu new we will com mence and so name your the quality will more than leaving you a largemargin in to Study Bios lObh and A careful habit becometh even the illfavoured and respectability well dressed is twice The fashion wears out more ap parel than the SCULLIN 1894 VOGT respectfully announces to his custom ers and the trade generally that his assort ment of Winter Clothing for Boys and Children is complete and will be kept so throughout the Ims u lull Hue of Mulls am Overcoats lor Ynui lis urn comprising all tho ata pie um cheaper Ills slock o ilVOIOimlH IS eXCUplUmull hiruo mill iiiinioiivoi tuitl fully up 10 Hie hlitl Hiaiiiliinl lie IIIIB always ninlntulnoil III stock Is most anil oilers uu pcrlor Inducements uiul utiraotloiiH to ihos wishing a supply ol lowest i ol Hoys ami T Irons ills all Is tho In thu ally anil eoniprlses grade oltfoodw Iriini i lie lowest o tho lltBlioati Wliii adapted lo I hi liilmlkeroliliiiHiill kliulsmiil ul Ills uru Um very lowesi mill Ills stylos are 01 tho very lutest In thu iniir WM VOCTS line of for special overcoats and suiting stands New samples and novelties in styles and fabrics are constantly being Ho is solo agent for the largest and most extensive custom tailoring Unus in New York and and all dollies made by them are unequalled for cut and thorough good make and Uno finish DAVID omcil at tin foot of the gangplank by n inrty of friemlH uiul mid in tho oason of good feeling upon his arrival lome none was more bright or cheery than Field After having arrived within the warmth f the house Field complained of no ineiisiiiess or discomfort from his expos ire on the mill nil through the day jf Wednesday none could have been more jrlghtly entertaining than At8oclock Thursday morning Field was vith a congestive Upon tho arrival f thu physician lie detected immediately ipou examination the fact that Field viia threatened with Des nte all that medical skill could do the liseaso rapidly developed until death came o his There were only thrue per sons with him when he Dudley Miss Clara Field and The funeral services will take place at Calvary church tomorrow afternoon at Tho interment will take at on A He It Will Pay You to see our lino of Dress Shoes running from to per every grade worth the price asked for shoe lepresentdi in the illustration is au good one while the better kinds are equally Uinl HHIIII Known Nutlon Thirty A mind that began to take in lasting impressions amid the cajinon thunders of the last wlih Britain and of Napo leons Waterloo campaign and retained a marvelous activity for more than four score years went out with the death David Dudley It is only six years ago that long past theocto i milo grappled a pompous looking young swell who hud brutally as sailed a newsboy on Hie street and shook him as a terrier would a You are a disgrace to said he as he set tins astonished dude on his Old as 1 am 1 can t brash Field comes from a family noted for its His profession was conduc ive to long and this is a period noted for busy Nevertheless u working lawyer on the verge of 90 has to bo accounted for on other general princi He was born at town at the foot of the Berkshire in He was the oldest of ten and the most noted of four famous Field David Dudley attended Williams college from his 17th to his yist and thou began to study law at He was admitted to the New York city bar iu New York had just cast olf the institu tion of slavery and became a favorable refuge for runaway negroes from tho The runaway slave code was then in and Fielil lirst attracted at tention in defending a negro against tho operation of that The practice whicli gave him his great didnol begin until the civil war when lit was 10 years At the close of the war three Indian Milllgan and were serving life sentences for conspiracy to so free the Confederate prisoners at Indian and otherwise hinder the prosecu tion of tho They had been tried by a military commission in a state where or dinary courts wiro open and war did no MrField argued that military commissions were illegal under the cir and the United States BU preine court ordered the men released Afterward Field was counsel for the shareholders who ousted tisko and Gould from the Krie lie also acted for the Now York police iu their controversy with Mayor Fernando which nearly resulted in a local He appeared in tho case of the state of Georgia against Grant and other Fields highest fame will rest upon Ills labors in the science of While a young man ho began to write upon tho necessity for reform and reor ganization iu the prevailing Ho ooutinued the agitation from 1W1U to jio was appointed state commissioner on practice and pleading in the luUur year and performed the chief part of tho work n preparing a code of procedure Wits used lor twenty His penal oodo was also adopted and Is now in Jlis civil which attempts to oodlfy the common lie considered his great est It twice passed the legis but was Field retained in his advanced ago a upright He attributed his vigor to the babit of horseback which he kept up for forty Jlo arose at 0 oclock iu the and after iv bath passed uu hour lu tho He walked four miles tQ ami from tho hail an alter dinner ami slept seven to eight This added Irlpili Com I n u April is definitely innounccd that the Irish cricketers will ome to this country next September un ler tho fttispiccs of tho Belmout Cricket of tills The Irish as they are will sail about and play their llrst game in this country on They will be captained by who held a similar office In he team that came over two years The visitors will probably play live one In New York one at and this Nut April Prince of Wales presided last night at the festival dinner iven at the Middlesex In a speech he said he rejoiced to think tho government had decided to increase tho He added God forbid that it should imply any threat to other coun It is just the reverse for in order o be at peace wo must be I hope bo motto of which our volunteers are so of not nay ever be retained by tbo OppnMng liquor April Discussion of the now license which has reached its third reading in the Massachusetts house of brings to the fact ihat if the law is passed a of the licst hotels and clubs in the will bo unable to secure now licenses to sell Tho discovery of tViis fact has started a strong movement opposition to the The new mofisurc prohibits the sale of liquor within 400 feet of any PrcmlergnHt XViints April Prendcr gast was again released from tho jail dun geon where ho had been con ilued since last for viciously at tacking a Ho faithfully promises future good and begged fora cell by He was assigned to a coll in debtors as ho desired a place whore curious visitors could not see In his new quarters be is far out nf the range of curious tlio April Tillman has begun to dismiss from the military servicn of tho state tlote com panies which failed to respond to his call during the Darlington Tho re organization of the militia of the state is going ou Many new which will iu the future be loyal to tho have boon and ask to be mustered into IutllT philiui April ed itor of Tho Western has at last signed the apology and retraction demanded for publishing a statement in ills paper bishops had no authority whatever over Catholic news After Ihu publication of this statement by Father Phelan Archbishop Kuiu issued a circular of which is now To Invent Jjgitte Smirctnvy April Tho coal miners attached to the National Trades Assembly composing the secret order of the United Mine passed a resolution to investigate tho charges preferred by their master John to tho VIToct that John general secretary of the Knights of is an in his official ca to tho Now Favors April The Chronicle says that exQueen Uliuokuluni has become convinced of the hopelessness of her and is said to bo willing to advocate the annexation of tho Hawaiian Islands to the United with a view to obtaining tho pension which President Harrison ad A petition to that effect is being prepared for submission to President Stttulll April Satolli is irritated over tho col of tho trial of Bishop Bonacum at and wheu seen by a reporter about the did not ottelnpt to conceal his displeasure at the rulings of Archbishop He Baid that he would await full rouortsfrnm both sides before taking action in the ill Not llorrnflcr Drnw Tlmlr full SnUrlrm Ulille on In the Intnrnat of Iolltlenl lnr the Only April a heated tension of two hours and a half the Dem ocratic caucus yesterday afternoon de by a vote of 80 to to instruct tbo committee on rules to report anew rule to ascertain and record the presence of a quorum whether voting or This is the culmination of the long and bitter struggle that has been on In the Demo cratic house ever since tho and of tho Fiftyfirst When the committee on rules on Thurs day brought forward the proposition to punish members who declined to answer to their names ou roll calls by the imposi tion of n fine for each offense as tbo solution of the situation with which tbo bouse has been frequently confronted j when it was deadlocked by the refusal of the Republicans to respond to their names j a great deal of opposition was manifested to it on the part of various Some of them did not believe that such ft method would prove and in sisted that tho house should go farther than the committee on rules seemed to do and adopt tho quorum counting device invented by lleed in the Fiftyfirst Others were not disposed to go even as far ns the rule framed ou Thursday con The result was that when the Democrats were without a quorum yester day it was decided 4to hold a caucus to dis cuss and agree upon some Practi cally all the Democratic members of the house attended the As soon as it was called to order Bland presented a resolution directing the sergeantatarms to carry out the provision of Section of the revised which deductions from tbo salaries of the mem bers should be made for every days ab except ou account of This was iu accordance with tho action of tho judiciary committee earlier in tbo After the members of the judiciary com mittee had made their explanation tho resolution was unanimously Then followed the Ight over tho ques tion of determining some method by which some members who refuse to answer to their names should be made to in Several propo sitions were Tho resolution contained the rule reported from tho committee on rules how was not one of The debate upon various propositions for two hours and developed a wide difference of Speaker Crisp took tho floor and made a vigorous pointing out tho deplorable position iu which the house found itself on account of continued and persistent It loft the house at tho mercy of the mi nority whenever at wink or nod from Reed the Republicans declined to to their Quito a number of speeches were made in opposition to any and all rules looking the counting of members who refused to During tlio course of a rather hot tempered speech from Kilgore on tho Bland with an ex pression of something to tho fect that if a Democratic house was forced to resort to Reodism they had better ad journ sine die and go Cum uiings also made a brief speech against the proposition to count a at the conclusion of which ho sent up to thedesk an amendment to the title of any new rule which should be reported for this so as to make it A rule to nominate Thomas Braclatt Reod for president of the United After all who desired had sufficiently ventilated their views Do of offered a resolution iu lieu of those which had previously been offered expressing it as the of the caucus that the committee on rules should pre pare a new rule for ascertaining tho pres ence of a and also some method for compelling the attendance of absent of then moved to refer all the resolutions which bad been presented to tho commit tee ou rules with instructions to report their judgment at a caucus to bo held next 3Iouday This motion was 5fl to Tho vote was then taken upon Do Aruionds resolution and it car ried by H twothirds to It has boon usual to give out any reso lution adopted by a party al though tho proceedings themselves are kept or at least are presumed to be but after tbo adoption of tho DoAr moud resolution another resolution was submitted and carried to sup press entirely the proceedings of the cau It remains now for tho committee on rules to formulate n rule in accordance with the DjArmoiid Tho rule now before tiie houso mombers will prob ably be withdrawn and superseded by the quorum counting rule to be Kvcn ilnt lirltllnitt liflMrt of iMliJor April Tho great Speech of Major Ben Butterworth in tho PollurdBrookhirklgo caso was surpassed yesterday by the greater argument of Judge ilero who began the final summary for the Tho audience which crowded in to hear him was iu itself n and the attention which it gave him was notable Many of the most members of tbo bar were glad lo occupy standing room all congressmen perehed on tho window or pressed I heir aching backs against the willing to endure any discomfort for tho sake of an opportunity to There wore some advantages in the situation which he was most nlert to Ho had been a play mate of Huttcrworlh in back lu the Miami in the country life which the Quaker politician had so effectually conjured and was ablo to return with the same ammunition which had boon used against him and to turn some of his opponents weapons into damaging Ho disclaimed all intention to deal in and yet ho was ablo to use oratory of the most elTectual The defense of Adam was what ho called Colonel Brockinrldges and to tho crcditof ho Adam bad always been doomed a coward and a He did not attempt to assort that his client was free from but that just as far as she had at rayed from tho path of womanly virtue she had been led by the Judge Wilson talkos and de He has the facts in tlio tes timony mnrvelously under and his ability as a straightforward logician is accounted his greatest On two or three important points lie drew logical deductions from the which sur prised even tho He has n long right tipped with an accusing index which servos to drive his deduc tions That bony forefinger was several times leveled in denunciation at Colonel which made tho Kentucky orator shift uneasily in his It was a terrible arraignment to which ho was and ho would have been something more or loss than human had he not shown the effect of ns ho Judge Wilson started in again this and will continue for an in definite Then Judge Bradley will deliver bis charge to tho aud the trial will bo ended when a verdict is an Tha Diiul Mail Turned April Kate of came here on Thursday and identified tho body of a man found in the canal on Monday as that of her hits who disappeared on She ordered the body buried in Montgom ery cemetery Kiftin minutes beforo tho funeral cortege u to move Coroner received a con taining tho announcement that tho supposed dead was nt and Tho funeral was and now Undertaker Comfort a dead bndy and n fine walnut besides a newly dug grave on his The body will be buried at tho poor KELLYS York Elrutrlo April Central Jersey Traction which intends to estab lish an electric road between New York and filed articles of incor poration with thu secretary of state yes The work of construction is ex pected to begin at an early Tho roiid as planned will Mike in Jersey New Camdon and across the river into Pennsyl Couldnt Stand April for merly wealthy citizens suicided yesterday by owing to financial Thomas a prominot stock was found dead In his room from a self inflicted The second suicido was Patrick married last He took poison and left anote to his bride tolling of his Both had hold prominent political Davln ll SunaturlnJ April George director general tho Worlds announces his return to politics and his candidacy for tlio Republican nomi nation for United States Senator from His opponents In tho senatorial race aro Senator oxCongressmen Mason and national committeeman from this of it April General Kershaw died yesterday after a lingering He was a veteran of tho Mexican and secession In the latter he rose to the rank of brigadier For years after tho war ho was a judge of tho circuit At tho time of his death he was postmaster at April Tho body of Williiim Lewis colored was found bunging to a tree near Tho corpse wits riddled with is the man who murdered Robert a white splitting his skull opeu with an H TENTH April Mor gau hatcompleted and will present to tho tieiittto within the next day or two his V port on tho The report Ls an able aud oxhiiuaiive argument JB favor ol govtruineut Mipmisiou of thy aud tue dangers ul ujlowjnsj the ew iive to drift iuto Jiuglish April Jerry who has been very ill for several is considerably improved ills cqndition took de cided turn for the and ii peetod that he will be out Ju u short Curnol Sfot n for 1 April presid tlou has fixed or Caruot is not among the Jl health is given as his reason for uot snelt lite There are many other can in the lelil Near April bomb was ered yesterday near the Sev eral arrests havo made of jweu suspected of having placv4 tbf wfeere It was U April houses of th legislature passed address to tho governor declaring that iu their opinion the legislature should be dissolved and the people given an opportunity to ex press their opinion on the issues raised by Justice Winters decision regarding the extent of the authority of the govern ment in the collection and expenditure of public the rights of tho executive and tho functions of depart mental The address also declares that tho retiring government possesses the confidence of the that they were returned without unlawful feud should ho permitted to take public judgment of their ymmrDl funeral of tho into IVackle wblcu took place at 8 oclock was one ef the largest in Baltimore for The remains were laid to rest Cjreeuiuouiit The supreme bench root at uoon aud pusisod resolution of On the bvuoh were Chief Judge judges Wiekes and JuJgo Morris of the United plates court and Judge Uagucr of STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS Cloning Qlintiklloni of tha Now York mid NEW April ntnuk murkot ojicucil llrm anil a 1ruelloiuil but from luck of buyers prices sagged oil the heaviness liolnif Increased HOIIIO whut by the reported speele which encouraged tho hears to a ilemoiistra tlou nBiiliiHt Closing bids 619 81 IWJ Lohlga 11 New Jersey 2JU West Uric Jmiorul April weak win ter winter 2 whiter Iniiimylvunliv roller wustorn wlmer Wheat with hid ami asked or Corn with hiil and askcil for Outs with lilil uiul 3U asked for 1urk linn new mess luril linn wiBtem Uuller steady weslorn creamery New York for olil Pennsylvania creamery fair to prime prints Jobbing atBiillo Oheeso Inn New York sinull part full skims ICxus tlrm Now York and Pennsyl Coming on to Washington on Fast Freight NOT A REGIMENT OF ill Krtly n lo tllllllo Olllnliilii nt In tin nf Wiirltlmin HiivnrelKii on thu 0 April Indus trial Army arrived bore hilo yesterday with banners flying and men The train was not permitted to stop within the city but engines were changed at five miles west of tan and the train of twentyfive cars was iifletwards run through to East where but a brief stop wus made to take on a supply of neludlng loaves of bread and five furnished by the enough to eed the men unlit North is The railroad ollkials decided to ntsh the army right through Nebraska in fast freight reaching Omaha General Kelly and his expected to go via but the Julon 1acilic refused to run tho train General Kelly said I had hoped to call on Governor Waite uid thank him personally for his expres sion of But it is We must hurry ou to Washington as rup dly as possible while wo have tho oppor To local city and county of loials and who went out lo visit he Collette camp General Kelly said in u speech I am confident the avmv will accom plish Its ivspeei able We found six tramps among us on readi ng Green but they were left with local Kvcry man of us lias taken personal obligation not to violate any law of tht and wo are going direct to Washington to petition congress for deserved California iias kept these men and more for over two and wo believe it is now tho governments duly to give us em We ask relief for only a year when we shall be ablo to do for We do not propose to destroy property or congressmen who will not listen to This industrial movement is separate from Coxeys He has nothing to do with On reaching Washington we will call upon Congressman ol Colo and of to enlist them in our The best of discipline and the men are sworn to obey their April il white man about 25 years cojnnjifcr ted suicide iu this iie was found ia an abandoned freight cur with his throat Ou jieursos necktie the words fAvu Stixik April slow prlrin native per KJO fulr ti Inferior to 844 dry Gulve firm poor to fair per Sheep steady lumbs active unshorn poor to per clipped gootl to unshorn very common to inferior to Hogs stronger top EAST April slow hogs opened with good ilcmunii for butchers auil packers pigs light stun slow good to choice light to uiUvd puckers and Sheep ulrungor for bist lots top lo choice top SO V IS It E KINS He Fount That the Coxiy Mnvniunt Kor boiliM an April Master Work man Sovereign of tho Knights of Labor is In an interview with an Associated Press reporter he said Tho general condition of he working men throughout the country is riot iin despite thostalcmentsof the press to the I expect no relief from either of the old and il they ex pect our votes they must nominate not men who but men who havo done for the or wo will put up candidates of our There is plenty of butit is too far between In speaking of Coxeys army the labor leader became Coxeys movement is the forbodingof an I clo not mean that tho army itself is anything but but 1 do mean that tens of thousands of toil ing men are watching tho ready to resent any abuse the army may receive from state or national The army is to the workingmcm today what John Browns party was to the slaves beforo the I dont suppose that anything will be directly accom plished by Coxey of his the move ment has caused thousands to think about these and tho result will be a gen eral protest against injustice done tho Cilplnrml a mill April ident of tho Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern sent the following to Governor Matthews About fifty men captured one of our freight and aro on their way We havo advices about 800 inoro men aro camped near Louis and will probably undertake to re peat tho What suggestion have you as to Indiana f Governor Matthews replied Tho Indiana authorities will protect the life and property of persons within her borders it called upon to do Tho governor has heard nothing fur ther from the Baltimciroand Ohio but has noted the press dispatches to the elleet that tramps and recruits for Coxeys army are in camp along railway lines west of Indianas lie is considering the situation that may be thrust upon hint if largo bodies of men cross over into Jn Coxayn Army la April army of tho commonweal passed tho state lino at 11 oclock yesterday morning on the tramp over the Alleghonles from Addlsou to this buckwood Tho inarch across the line was made to tho tuuo of Three cheers were then given for the grand old Keystone as Marshal Brown expressed with a wave oC his huge brimmed Tho camp last night was laid In a delightful with a stream caurs ing The men slept last night an abandoned The sine of thu army has not and will not until tho mountains are as the men stand in deadly fear of the Tho stop tonight will bo at Krosi where tho town council has raised for tho At which will be reached their reception will bo as chilly as it was aud that in saying Vryud Contlugfnt April California regiment of the California in dustrial under tho command of General arrived iu Vandalia and camped on thu eastern bank of the Okiiwii just euJt of the The urniy rt destitute By an act of the city council pvovisioi for two meals were provided Uyttl buaid IM4 April officers o tho steamship just arrived fronj report that on her lust voyugQ out Kngiueyi4 Thomas Uumsuy wus gwept overboard aud Ho leaves widow aud family iu
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