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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1892, Tyrone, Pennsylvania I it v he great Reading Coal com Bine Foai Road magnates Iii Iche congressional committee transfers its meeting to Central Railroad of new the tonnage of the Lehigh Coal and navigation company last year was of which on Quarter went to new York and was sold there through Harris did not consider the monthly Tidewater meetings to have any special last year his company netted 4 610 cents per ton on the Coal it the witness did not think that higher prices were an element in restricting the for although prices have advanced since 1 the output has probably no message on heres Hunters Mew Yolk arid Cincinnati presbyteries both fros Clent Meleod on the witness if the Coal was uncontrollable to miners would of tile questioned As to the effector free Trade on con Gressional subcommittee which is investigating the Reading Combine met in the chamber of the United states circuit court of appeals William of and the other members were Bellamy of and Joseph Pat of president my the beading Railroad was the first he promised to furnish the subcommittee with water rates on Anthracite Coal to new England Points that Are reached by the Peepsie so that the respective water and rail rates May be being asked to state the effect of the monthly Tidewater meetings of Coal agents on the periodical output of Anthracite whether or not the meet Ings influenced Juncos and if the meet Ings tended u a Fiatt a concert of president that so far As he knew thae sales agents met to inform each other about the condition of the the Point was pushed As to whether thu Liev Rizier meetings influenced Mcleod stated that the de find for Coal made the prices and did not believe that prices were otherwise influenced by the com Lea of new counsel of the who con ducted the then asked is it a part of your to effect any further Advance in the Price of Coal no intention of Rooming Mcleod replied we regulate our business according to the condition we i Coulett find from month to we certainly have no intention of raising the Price of Coal for How about january was Mcleod replied i could not raise prices in january if i wanted Mcleod disclaimed any cooperation on his part toward the election of Reading directors in the Lackawanna and Western and said that the election had to connection with the Reading Mcleod further stated that if there were no meetings to regulate the output of Coal and every producer went his own the smaller ones would be crowded to the Wall and the More powerful would Combine and raise the Price of Many producers who were on the verge of bankruptcy were helped by the read ing Mcleod Contin and should the output of Coal be uncontrollable labor would the wages of miners on the Reading system Are on a sliding scale when prices and Vance so do their precautions Are taken not to flood the for producers would have to carry the Burden Mcleod denied that the agents who meet monthly have any authority to bind the Reading com the company Harrison will do unable to Complete it for the opening Day of is a possibility that on account of the de Atli of Scott the annual message of the president to Congress May be delayed in its presentation but the de Lay will not be for More than a few the president is a hard worker and he has already completed most of his to finish the message will not require a great Deal of and after the funeral of Scott he will be Able to devote the following Days exclusively to its in the event that the Mes Sage is not Cut to Congress monday the president will transmit a Brief promising a message in writing at an Early pough1 it is Learned on Good authority that the annual message will be about the same length of last and will in clude a Complete review of the work of the present it will con Tain about Ross in he will stay there until buckles application of Ross and John Mcluckie for their release on bail was heard before judges Kennedy and Mcclung yester Captain Breck resisted the application and Brenten appeared for Ross and neither of the prisoners were in court and few persons were they were each bailed in the sum of in the Case of no objection was made to in the application of release on bail in the murder Case of Hugh Captain Breck said the Commonwealth not be ready till thursday at 1 this was agreed the bail in the murder Case of Mcluckie was fixed by judge Magee some time ago at with the bail for treason and will make Oliver Murphy and Oliver Coon went his bail and he was Pennsylvania Railroad Penn Sylvania Railroad As soon As Congress and the local authorities Grant will begin a system of in proven ends in and about Washington which will Cost before they Are the question of reducing the time Between new York and Washington to four and on half hours is an important one to Pennsylvania and they regard the idea As an entirely practical in the Pursuit of this end the engineers of the com Pany have been investigating the Road and for some months past extensive alterations have been in to questions of the committee Leod said that the demand for Coal and not the Price regulates the and that this is the aim of the Cou Pauy to put the Coal on the Market at a reason Able the Coal business had been conducted at a prices Are no higher than they have been and no advances have been made to Mcleod further stated that the same opportunities Are Given to All operators that Are Given to the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron company As regards All shippers on the readings lines pay the Counselor Beach then asked about the cancelling of a charge against the Coal and Iron company by the read ing but Mcleod replied that he was not then president and it did not come under his in response to queries of presi Dent Mcleod said that substitutes for Anthracite Coal would be used by the Public if the Price of the latter would be fixed too High and that the too High raising of freight rates by the Reading would shut off shipping by the oper Mcleod concluded that the Philadelphia Coal and Iron company had never paid a that the Reading today is not getting a reason Able profit on the output of we want a reasonable said but we do not propose to go so far As in any Way to injure our Elisha president of the Lehigh Valley was the next he said that Anthracite Coal rates Are somewhat higher since the although such rates have always been Anthracite Wilbur is the most desirable traffic from a remunerative Point of when asked what would be the result if there should be absolute free Trade in Anthracite Wilbur replied that in thirty Days every ship Ping Point would be full and All Coal traffic president Roberts on the president George of the Pennsylvania said that the Pennsylvania Railroad owns the majority free delivery service in Busi Ness men of this place Are considerably excited Over the fact that Bellefonte is Likely to lose its free mail delivery serv which has Only been established since july at that time the Bellefonte office was paying a but the receipts have since fallen off until last year the proceeds were Only about this was All owing to the shutting Down of so Many of Bellefonte manufacturing establish the income at present is hard y sufficient to pay the expenses of the typhoid fever raging in the Asylum for the Blind Over Twenty of the Stu dents Are Down with typhoid and the malady is every Hospi Tal in the City contains typhoid one of the Catholic institutions having As Many As sixty five at the City Only three of the cases at the Blind Asylum have proved it is thought that fully 450 new cases will be reported in the City for the forty eight hours beginning saturday the water Supply is being a hug horse and cattle new new organi the National horse and cattle show has been formed which proposes to Purchase the least both of the Manhattan Field and of the Polo when this has been done the two grounds will be thrown into one and the space will be made the substantial and apparently adequate buildings will be moved and added to until the accommodations for caring for horses and cattle will be attorney general Hans nos father Gen eral Hensel father is lying at the Point of death at his Home in Lancaster and Hensel will not be at his department this the Case of the state against the City of Philadelphia to recover a Large sum of Money collected As taxes and embezzled by John will not be tried to but will be postponed to suit the attorney generals he hav ing personally prepared the brings stands t determined and stubborn fight by the friends of the an Able and exhaustive defense of ills Lively debating Dur ing the Smith again de and features of the trials which Are attracting i new trial of professor Charles Briggs is still in the court opened with prayer y professor William of Gen re the Moderator of the Gen eral after Roll Call George alexanders motion that the charges 4 7 of the amended charges be dropped by the prosecuting As made on monday and Laid Over until was taken Alexan Ler moved that the committee be Al owed to be heard and to Tell whether hey were willing to give Way to the objections of the this was finally colonel of the prosecuting and acting As made a lengthy argument show no Why the committees action was Aken and notifying the presbytery that hey could As suggested by alexanders drop the two barges As objected to by during the argument Briggs in ured an objection against the action of he presbytery on the ground that the prosecution had answered his objections m monday and were now allowing hem another Chance to strengthen their answer to their the objection was Alexander then pressed he Resolution in an during which he said that it was not the presbytery Mission to but to a at this there was loud and pro longed David Wylie then offered a motion to Lay Alex Anders motion on the table temporarily and take up the objections of in regular the motion was by a vote of 64 to a motion to Divide the question by first taking up charge 4 and then charge 7 was carried and then change 4 was taken up and Dis some Lively professor of Union theological took the floor in defense of Bri frs on charge 4 and took the prosecuting committee to task for bring ing and pressing a heresy charge by simply As they have done in charge by taking from Briggs inaugural address delivered at the Union theological Seminary on professor Brown then called attention to professor Briggs he denied the charges imputed to William Shedd then spoke against the striking out of the charge upon the ground that Briggs had not repudiated the language of the in aug but Only the and while he did not accuse the defendant of deceiving the he said he had contradicted president Thomas of the Union theological then talked upon the demurrer of the accused and Sheds accusation that to had contradicted he defended Briggs and advocated the striking put of the charge upon the ground that it was a Radical change and differed with the old when the he tells the accused that he contradicts himself when he has told them that he disavows the charge and substantiates the disavowal in his it gives the lie to Briggs and that the Plain English of it and there is it Way of getting around it by any Hastings was mildly called to order by Moderator who assured the presbyters that he did not have any idea that Hastings meant to infer that the presbyters were Point for the question of striking out on charge 4 was put to a vote and was carried by a divisional vote of 70 to colonel Mccook then made an exception on the part of the prosecuting com Mittee against the action of the Presby Tery in striking out the charge 7 was then taken up and after much Shorter discussion was stricken out by a vote of 74 to colonel Mccook made the same objection to this bring then made a proposition in View of the probable length of the a committee be appointed Grant leave of absence for any of the members from some of the sessions of the court and still not impair their right to act at the final time of Trust ing to their Honor to refrain from voting upon subject with which they were not entirely familiar by reason of such a he considered any such conces Sion a sacrifice and told the presbytery he Felt he would have a Strong prejudice to overcome in order to secure an for which he sincerely hoped colonel Mccook objected to the refer ence to a lengthy As the prosecuting committe could Complete their in from six to ten hours it the defense was restricted to the same official vote of new York new official count of the cites Voto gives Cleveland of Stock in the Susquehanna Coal comi r plurality of Cleveland total rank and is interested in the Lykens vote and Harrisons Valley Coal company and also in Coal the lands leased in the Shani Okin the witness could not accurately give the proportion of Coal tonnage carried which was produced by collieries owned or controlled by the Pennsylvania rail our he produce about tons per a portion of which is sold in new York through sales who get so much per ton m addition to a Roberts was not prepared to fur Nish any statistical information and Joseph president of the be High Coal and navigation next he said the Lehigh and Susquehanna which is owned directly by his has a tots mileage of 350 Miles and is leased to the George who ran Foi president of the Board of was the Only Man on the ticket whose plurality was greater than he beat his Republican opponent by Gilroy plurality for mayor was a brewery Story the rumoured consolidation of the big Fout Henry president of the Schlitz says there is Noth ing in the Story at least so Fai As the Schlitz brewery is horrible tragedy in enter prise Carl Burgham killed his wife by cutting her Throat with a Ano then committed suicide by shooting him self through the fid not Tutt of the Suo jecs or ton As the prosecution committee thought were to be hauled up for heresy there would be heresy trials for several years to he had voted with the majority but could not vote to sustain the charge under consider Frank Monfort said he believed in Liberty on some but there was but one course to be pursued whim a fundamental doctrine of the Church has been attacked professor he was charged with holding a theory on the subject of inspiration at variance with the doctrine of the that doctrine is that the scriptures Are absolutely without Max Eldor sendaly and others discussed the sufficiency the a vote was finally reached resulting in charge 3 being sustained by 40 ayes to 23 professor Smith will enter a plea to the charges preferred against sticking to presbyterian ministers of Chicago disapprove the Illuv Slon Calvin the Backbone of the presbyterian the doctrine which in All time has Given us and i shall be one of Many to refuse longer to follow the Flag of that that was Herrick Johnsons declaration at the meeting of presbyterian ministers at the close of a three hours address upon the proposed revision of the confession of Johnson was a member of the committee on and Only yielded to the few changes in answer to a Gen eral the meeting resolved itself into a Battle upon in the debate several admitted that they were forced to preach that which their conscience could not and there by called Forth the startled reproof of the orthodox at the close Chicago presbyterians had placed themselves on record As disapproving All the changes made by the general Assem Bly of the Church at a report disapproving entirely the re visions of the general Assembly com Mittee was adopted by a vote of 25 to a supplemental report was asking the general Assembly to appoint a new committee on its consideration was postponed until the question of an important proposition to tin Senate new work of the committee on immigration is the fifth Avenue five of the six including senators Hale and were the most important proposition which was submitted at the meeting was this that All immigration except from North and South american countries shall be suspended for one year from March Issow the Law to be so framed As not to hinder the free return of american citizens or the easy admission of other suggestions made were no immigrants shall be admitted to the United states Between the Agos of 12 and 55 unless he can read and write freely his native nor shall person above who cannot read 01 be admitted unless he is a Mem Ber of an incoming no immigrant shall to admitted unless he possesses in Money or its except that a head of family May bring with him or Send for other members of his family if he or they possess k25 for each All persons seeking final naturalization papers Hall give reasonable notice to the court to which he intends to apply or to some official representing the who shall investigate the facts in the country from which the immigrant conies application Ifa All intending immigrants shall Brina certificates from the United states con suls showing that they have satisfied the Consul that they have right to admission As no conclusion was reached in refer ence to any of these puddles wages notice is been posted at the works of the Pottstown Iron company that from the Waires of puddles would be reduced from to per in per ton was paid at the works to puddles for the same work that they Are now to receive the Cincinnati professor Smith again third charge declared the Smith heresy trial was resumed yesterday at the first presbyterian the entire Day was devoted to the consideration of the third charge against professor which is to the effect that in a pamphlet entitled biblical scholarship and while alleging that the holy scriptures Are inspired and an infallible Rule of Faith and prac denied n fact their inspiration in the sense in which inspiration is attributed to the by the holy script ures and by the confession of Curtis said that in this Presby which represents the old and new schools of there should be a free interchange of a Liberty of e of the Hartwell said he did not see How any could be convicted of heresy because he had a theory of inspiration different from that of other if those who 8goji sorrow again invades the pies dents a longhand useful Harrisons aged father inlaw crosses Trio silent Eiver after a Short 1 summoned to the right hand of there to enjoy the Well arwied us wart of tie nil gently the venerable doctors Tulfo ebbs to to buried it Toledo Boodle sir of them to pay a Fine of Tasso and cents of the most sensational cases that has Ever been tried in the Lucas county courts came to an end six form or Mem Bers of the Toledo City Council were sentenced by judge Harmon to pay Fine of and costs Ench and to committed to Hie workhouse until Fine and costs Are when court convened the room was packed to phys capitalists and Day labourers crowding each other for a comfortable position in which to hear sen tence the accused men were William Charles Frank Tan Benjamin John Daly and George of this number Tanner and John Witherspoon the venerable guilty and tie others were Triece Vir r inlaw of president died yesterday at the age of 03 in died in the executive where he went with his daughter and Soninlaw when they made it their Scotts illness was of Short Durai he went to Indianapolis with the party that accompanied Harrisons he bore the fatigue of the trip very Well and returned to Washington in his usual on Satur he caught cold and was compelled to go to bed and place him self tinder the doctors at 6 Oclock year today morning he was perfectly rational and held a Short conversation with lieutenant who had been sitting up with at Tho family were called to the As Tho nurse thought he was then passing they remained in the room until 7 Oclock and Mien the patient having made another throughout the Day until about 2 Oclock the family thought there was a Chance for his re based upon the great vitality shown by at 2 Oclock Scott again began to decline and died at ten minutes past 4 there were present at the bedside the and Russell har lieutenant Parker and rus sell his and Veunia pastor of the Church of the o which Scott was a John the Only surviving and were the Only members of the family before leaving the House Humlin offered prayer in the Library with the funeral services will be held in Tho East room of the White House to Morrow afternoon at 8 Hamlin will the funeral party will leave this City tomorrow evening for where the body will be interred Friday morn As requested by beside and last May the Pluto Oil of this petitioned the City Council for an ordinance to Lay an Oil pipe these with five formed a combination to get some stuff for Vot councilmen visited the Pluto Oil com one at a soliciting a bribe of As the Price of their thanks to a stenographer was concealed in the room and took what the Boodler this was used in evidence and indictments were pro then Ransom one of the indicted turned states Evi Dence and saved the sentence is a great As everybody expected the men to get at least two years in the men All paid their fines and costs and Are now left to fight Down the con sequences of their own chewed up his of by the horrible death of a victim has reached Here of a most horrible Case of Hydro phobia in Cleveland John no aged 24 was bitten five months ago by a dog thought to be a Maidstone was promptly a adhered five and no Laud thought the danger was a few Days while he held a Glass of water in his he was seized with con he was taken and on the Way had terrible convulsions every time a Stream of water was before reaching Home Noland his friends to tie him so that by no Chance could he injure his Between the paroxysms he described his feelings to the his agony was he finally lost the Power to speak and death resulted in Twenty his who was buried there in four an examination then made and his Captain Henry who military commissions Tiave been issued from the state depart ment As follows William Captain Edward second lieu and Charles first lieu company eighth and John Wilson Aid second killed fifteen and his who Are charged with hav ing caused the death of Ditteon Infanta entrusted to their have been committed for trial of charges of mans laugh pith of the the Twenty fifth anniversary of the exe cution of tie Manchester martyrs was quietly observed in members of the american Public he tilt i association Are in the City of Mexico to participate in the nation medical con the Celebration of Tho Paru uhte Vic tory in the recent municipal election in Limerick resulted in a Light bet you the factions and several broken the leading meth Odist pastor of has preached n sensational advocating the repeal of 1 he Kansas prohibitory Law in the interests of Law and the refusal of Tho North Lancashire cot ton manufacturers in England to attempt to enforce a reduction of enables the locked out spinners to assist the Loc Odout wardroom the reason Why the knights of Laboi Headquarters Are to be moved from Phila Delphia is go m by Secretary it i because of the stand taken by Chiet Justice it Tyson in the Homestead treason in accordance with the new immigration Laws of the United All of Tho Immi Grants booked for passage in the Ruuard steamship Arunia took an oath before a Queenstown magistrate that they were going to join relatives in died of Captain Scott served under general Harrison during the the funeral party will return immediately to sorrow invades the Harrison judge Scott will not be Able to attend the As he has just reached his Home at after having at tended the fineral of the death of Scott makes the ninth that has occurred within the fam ily and the attendants of the executive mansion since the commencement of president Harrisons they were those of wife of the executive major Pruden Scott sister of Harrison wife of private Secretary Halford the the who had been employed in the White House for a Quarter of a Century Frank the Telegraph operator Captain chief and the attending says the immediate cause of death was due to old he retired a week ago with cold and on tuesday was unable to get the cold was followed by a Low which greatly prostrated when this had run its course a slight reaction and rally ensued in lasting forty eight saturday night there was a turn for the worse and he rapidly Sank into a Lethar in with fitful periods of Cosci notwithstanding his advanced age Scott had never been the victim of any organic disease and Seldom required the services of a and then Only for a passing he died because the machinery of his body was worn Tite Story of an Active John the father inlaw of president was born with the the Date of his birth being Little More than a month after the death of George his boyhood was spent in the vice it f Beaver where he was his father was a Well to do resident of that place and gave to his son a Good which he turned to advantage in his future he be came a minister of the presbyterian Church and filled several pulpits accept but in a few years his voice failed and he forced to give up his Voca after teaching in several hem the Hanover in Hanover he established the Western female Seminary at Here was situated Miami where Benjamin Harrison received the finishing touches to his Scott had five Throe who died Young who married Russell lord who married Benjamin Harrison and two Henry and John lord died in Washington two years the son Henry is also leaving John Scott As Tho sole survivor of Scotts during the time when Harrison was a United states senator Scott appointed to a clerkship in the pension office and to held this position until his Soninlaw became he resigned then and moved to the White where he has since about a year ago he paid a visit of several months to his son John at port and stood the fatiguing journey across the continent without Scott was a Man of wonderful physical Broad chested and Well preserved he used to say that he believed he was in his prime at he was Seldom but had no regular Rule of diet or exercise to keep him in Good physical weather for Western Eastern Ohio and West Virginia generally fair variable to that he had chewed his Tongue an Ohio in claiming to belong to has been arrested of a charge of passing worthless checks upon business men in this Hall has been Here about one and up to the present time Sev eral such aggregating have come to Hall says his parents Are Wel Todo people in a miser lobbed and a reputed to have a vast Hoard of Money secreted in his residence near this burned in a fire which destroyed Bis the police suspect that he was murdered and robbed find the House set on fire to conceal the the v races at the races Here resulted As follows first four and one half Roc Hole cultivator lady i ban second thro fourths of a Lallah poly Dora Turk third live eighths of a mile poor Jonathan Gladiator John r fourth five eighths of a san Downe right away Melon fifth three fourths of a Blitzen King crab Loid Harry sixth seven eighths of a run Ning Bird shot Over Monsoon new York Money new Money loaned at comparatively easy ranging from 5 to 0 per the closing rate was 6 per and Tho lowest per Exchange steady posted actual for soday Bills and for government Bonds steady currency bid extended bid 4s Pacific Railroad Bonds closed As follows Union id a sinking bid the i Lottsburg other 29 i3ic Choice to in buy Dairy and country fair to Indium Low 12ijil5c new 12c fancy Wisconsin souks do Wisconsin in Ohio fresh Pennsylvania and special us storage poultry Ospring chickens 40ti50o per pair old to Jetoo 53i75c per per Pound 13ii14c Ost Loc 3 2 yellow Uius mixed mixed 493joc new 2 Yel Low 18il4swo 2 yellow High mixed mixed new 8 yellow new High mixed shelled 1 2 extra 3 Guhit jobbers Standard Winter Spring straight win Clear xxx Hay Holce i 3 mixed Clover and i feeding 2 Wagon Cincinnati cattle Strong Kead head Cain to Good do select j cattle Market form head 679 head j Good to

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