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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1888, Tyrone, Pennsylvania rV k 1 I Tyrone Daily Two Fans and Call and see our see our Superb Stock of the above goods and learn the low prices at which which we are selling NEW FRESH Elegant line Fans at to Same as sold last season at to Parasols and Umbrellas in all the New Sticks and Handles at prices from cents and according to kind of Stick and An inspection of the above goods before purchasing is JAMKS Main and Jiuiiata Banner CLOTHING KEG ELS Corner Main and Jnniala LARGE NEW Bargains in Every WASHINGTON NEWS WHAT IStiOINU ON AT Till CAPITAL Our Regular Correspondents Report o Matters Which Are of Interest to Renders in Irml dins Up Itenediet is Ml May is a prospect of another deadlock in the House at an early unless the Dem ocrats join the Republicans in passing the bill removing tlie limitation from the arrearage of pensions and if they join in passing that they thereby remove all necessity for a tariff for there will then be no surplus to reduce and that of course is the only possible excuse for such a bill as the Mills tariff Already the commit tee on rules have been requested to re port a resolution designating a time to consider the arrears of pensions and they are in a quandary as to what to do in On Saturday the Republican members of the House in caucus unanimously passed a resolution declaring it to be the sense of the Republicans of the that the committee on rules be instructed to report a resolution assigning days for the consideration of all general pension and that order bw made a con tinuing uiii il ail this class of bus iness is disposed 11 the committee on a majority of which are Dem icfuse to report this there are a large number of Republi cans who have expressed fieir in tention of filibustering against the Mills way the Owing to a tfi out increase in and ot more room in which to display my I liuve boon eomimlled to neck new and ou 1st will occupy tlie Bpiiclons store room in the It iti now beiiiK fitted up In exquisite ami whoa comploteil will make the Stationery uiul Wall Taper store botwoon Harilsburg ami Wall 1uper Sale now going on at the old Juniata and Blair Practical Watchmaker A FULL LINE OF THK LATEST STYLES of Silverware on sale at Book Bottom in Drof DEALERS Choice Family Wood and Au Excellent Line of Table and Floor Oil 2O Junlata BLAIR COUNTY BANKING INDIVIDUAL KOJ1EBT McCOY Robert Tlito tank to located in Stewart on tariff Thats the stands at this Daniel i member of the appointment whose duty it is to look after the wel fare of the old soldiers employed by the gave his testimony before the House printing which is engaged in investigating the Govern ment printing on in re gard tn the very unjust treatment the soldiers had received from Benedict the Democratic Public Gen Sheridan lias been very near deaths door for the last six Dur ing that time ho has hud three each of which it was wired would terminate For six days a doctor has beenconstantly at his sidn as he sat propped up in a reclining chair it being impossible for him to lie down without danger of immediate He is suffering from what is known as a valvular disease of the one of the most uncertain and bath1 ing diseases known to the medical faculty ono that is liable to kill without the His aged mother from Ohio arrived in the city Saturday night and is now at the bedside of her The General fully realizes his very critical condition On Friday he made his lie is now somewhat though the danger is by no means considered In this as in many others of prom inent people of late it was at tempted to keep the public from know ing the real condition of the patient the public was informed that the Gen eral was only suffering from a little This was kept up for three days before it became generally known that he was seriously The Republican caucus Saturday passed a resolution in favor of the Blair educational but as the Democrats of committee on in whose hands it has been for refuses to meet and consider I dont see how it can get before the The Democratic Senators are solidly against discussing the fisheries treaty in open but it will be done nev and afterwards it will be du ly Last might fairly be considered paused by the and favorably re ported to the Besides nil the Senate had quite a number of secret nearly all devoted to settling whether the fisheries treaty shall be cussed in The President has approved the act limiting the hours of labor for letter carriers to eight per No paper fractional Currency will be The bill having been adverse ly reported by the finance com The committee reported in fa vor of a bill reducing the fee or postal notes of less than one dollar to one believing that this would answer the ptupose for which it was proposed to is sue the fractional and at the same lime it will be much The corner stone of the new Catholic university in this city was laid with very impressive ceremonies on Thurs Among in attendance were Cardinal the President and about thirty over two hundred and some thousands of HEAVY HAIL STORM ACVCLONK ISTTIIK JUN1ATA VALLEY CAMP 3L7 According to announcement Wash ington Camp Patriotic Sons of was instituted last night in Grand Arniy forty members beinr initiated into mysteries and secrets of tliH S Vice President John of was ie was ably assisted by members of and of Al Millvilleand After the Camp had been instituted the following officers were duly in stalled Junior Past Frank Evans Vice Snyder Muster of Forms and Clark Smith Recording Walter M jorc Assistant Black Fi nancial Cox Treas Fisher Dickson Inner McCun iliy Outer Struble Emerson Samuel Keel and Evans Coulter Right Left Camp 827 starts out with a member ship which is ab ve thu average for ibility and standing iu tlie ami it is safe to say has a bright fut nro The principles inscribed upon the banners of thn Order and im bedded deep in the hearts of its members are those which are bound to be the principles of all true Americans before an industrious one in both Houses of The Mouse parsed several of the regular appropriation and the Senate followed The bill tubliahing a department of labor wait many years have taken their and it the truth were known there are hun dreds and thousands all over our State and land today who practice and teach the same lessons every day as are held and taught by the Patriotic Sons of for which reason the Order must continue to grow and enlarge its sphere of usefulness Camp 327 has a good field to and no young man who desires to improve himself and be of benefit toihe community in which he has his home can do better to identify himself with At the conclusion of the ceremonies in the hall the visitors were escorted to the restaurant of on Ju niata where a supper in the best style of that wellknown establishment had been prepared and was partaken The visiting otlicers and members de parted for their homes on Fast Line ex pressing themselves as much pleased at the outlook for the new Camp iri Supreme Court today artirmed the judgment of the Lebanon county court in the case of of William the who recently escaped from jail and was re Tlie case was carried to the Supreme Court because one of the men drawn as a juror to try the murderer was dead at the time and another had removed from the The Su preme Court holds as no unfair ness or corruption was used in the drawing of the the verdict should Huntingdon Jets a Taste of What West enters Frequently IluveTins Sever Hy of Storm Causes Consid erable Slay the severest cyclone fell upon this place this afternoon ever Its fury was excessive and combined a Imil and rain storm into which fell in torrents for the best part of an The hail stones gradually increased in until they reached an inch or two diameter and as the hail increased the rain Trees were bro ken and forced down in the public and every living thing irjy en under It was the worst storm ever known in the Jnniata Val ley for the last half audits path presented a scene of the wildest desolation and destructive Giant trees were and uproot ed along a path which was a full quar ter of a mile in the storm uu rooling everything in its Taking a southern direction towards Bedford and following thu run of the valley the same desolatiiiu followed jn its The hail and rain sim m Inch the cy clone had generated were only local in for n hail storm appears to have prevailed within a radius of from ten to fifteen of The rain storm fell like thn sudden bursting of a dense water spout tilling the creeks with a sudden rise of live or six feet of whilst the streets were flooded toan extent led many to suppose that the reservoir on the hill had broken and filled the main street with a solid In many places houses were the rising of the water driving the inmates to the second May terri ble wind and rain storm passed over this place at four oclock this it was accompanied by a heavy fall of large chunks of not in the form of hail but in irregular groups of ice They were not ordinary hail but large chunks of falling at irregular In sever al cases the heavy leather tops of car riages and u iiLfoiis were completely rid Several cases reported of se rious to men and horses from the The storm came from the CITIZENS The Citizens Steam Fire Company 2 will have a street parade tornor row afternoon and have laid out the following programme and route The companies participating will form at corner Mainland Juniata streets when tlie procession will move iu the following order Chief Marshal and Chief of Fire Department and Sheridan Neptune Steam Fire Friendship Hook and Ladder Paper Mill Fire Citizens Steam Fire The procession Avill move up Main to Men up Glen tp up Dallas to Lincoln down Lin coln avenue to Jnniata and May 2 General Sheridan was sleeping quietly and resting He was con sidered a little Woodens new temporary build ing is almost Some of the insurance adjusters were in town Let everybody turn out and do honor to the nations dead Good like a sunny sheds brightness over It is the sweetener of toil and the soother of dis T Et
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