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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1888, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                Tyrone Daily AtTGUST Two THE HIGHEST GRADE CfflHKUD From 10 cents to From 124 cents to 9 SHERIDAN DEAD DIED AN HOUR AlTKil THE ATTACK TheChunge Very Knpid liml Uncxpcct eilly to all Just When Retiring for Hie Sight His Iaillifiil Wife With Him to lie u not reduction From 16 cents to 12J The above are all Choice Goc but desire to close them Such coming right in the midst of hot weather makes them an JAMBS Main and Jimiata The Great Sale of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING Still continues at K E G E L Main and Jimiata for Toilet Paper in Hats and Tooth Picks for The Great Alhambra Paper for Decorating Waste Paper Campaign new at all prices in these goods at IN Juniata and Blair Practical Watchmaker A I4NB LATEST STYLES of Silverware on sale at Book Gjntiev8 Pvug SMITHS Choice Familv Wood and An Excellent Line of Table and Floor Oil 2O Juniata BLAIR COUNTY BANKING Hobett bank is located jn StewartW on tenders JW services in tJWe Sheridan died very suddenly at twenty minutes past 10 oclock tonight of his old heart Previous to the sudden appearance of heart at about thero had been no premonitions today of any un favorable change in his The weather has been warmer than usual and the General was at times a little but seemed and His voice was he took a full supply of tho slept as and the doc tors and his family were in good At 7 oclock Sheridan and the doctors i went to tho hotel for supper and soon after their return the usual preparations for the night were At about Colonel Sheridan said Good night to his brother and went to the there having been through the day no sign whatever of any unfa vorable change in his At symptoms of heart failure suddenly appeared and OReilly and who were with him at the immediately applied the rem edies which proved successful in all similar previous attacks but this time they were without effect mid despite all that could be done the General gradu ally sank into a condition of complete the Sisters Maban and Julian and the faithful body servant Klein were also at his bedside through out his dying No arrangement has yet been determined in regard to the time or place of the Generals General Philip Henry Sheridan was born at Terry March of Irish He was a boy of active mind and and at the very early age of live years could ride any horse in the neighbor hood with tho skill of a The Irish schoolmaster who gave him his first lessons in the rudimentary branches found his pupil apt and but restless under the restraint of tho At 2l he left the West Point Military and on the border he was seasoned for the great work lie was later called to When the re bellion broke out he was a first lieuten and when he was made a captain standing 04th in the it was his rea sonable hope that he might win a ma jors commission before the war was When he got command of a division and Bragg invaded Sheridan was one of the Generals who followed him Ho had fought all over Ten nessee when they made him Major General of and ho suddenly came out and took part in tho big lights about Chattanooga and Grant now took him to tho know ing well his He was in the Wilderness killed Job Stuart at Yellow after lighting as many battles in Virginia as tho briga diers down there have he was sent tothe Slienandoah where ho became the greatest of its military Tho war for a while seemed transferred from tho main army up the where Sheridan was ing his best to pay tho government for educating It was during this campaign lie made his famous ride to He had command of the army of the destroyed that side aisle to burn notbern towns and steal northern and when he had cleaned the valley put he went across the country aifd joined Grant and cleaned the rebellion He fol lowed up the army oC got in his got his beat nim brought to and i 4rt 11 n The regular monthly meeting of Bor ough Council will be held tonight at the usual Tim Tyrone Athletic Association will meet in Beckela storeroom to night at halfpast eight Im portant business will come before the Tho first reunion of the Ono Hundred and twentysixth Pennsyl vania in twentytwo years was held at Mont Alto Chambers Friday The Tyrone Ride Team made the following scores last Saturday evening 75 GO 47 Hamer and Hans corn now wear the gold and silver badges Georgo son of David and Ida died yesterday morn ing at of cholera at Uie residence of Miller on east Ridge aged four months and one The funeral took place this after noon at four oclock and the interment was iu Tyrone The Altoona Concordia Singing Soci ety svill hold a Sangerfest in their hall on Thursday and 23d and 21 There will be a street parade on tho 23d and picnic at Lloydsvillo on the Societies from Cam bria and will be The Tyrone base ball club will piny a game with the IIopo of Philips ou pu the grounds of the latter The players oyer the mountain arc said to bo good hav ing won several creditable victories this and our boys will have to against them hard to win the We believe both clubs to be composed of gentlemen and look for a friendly On account of the room over HEIIAU ollice having been previously engaged bj Sheridan band for the meeting which was called for this to organize a Colored Republican Club has been It is rather doubt ful whether there is a sufficient numbei of colored in Tyrone to organize a club of good and besides suvcra young men who might bo expected to join such a club have been drilling ove a month with the Young Mens Repub lican League and would not feel liic deserting the latter Many mor of our colored citizens will be found ii the new Republican Club organized las SHERIDAN TROOPERS o terrible ravages caused by grasshoppers in the surrounding districts are daily reaching A local naturalist estimates that there are on eachsquare mile of territory upwards of ono hun dred millions of Helen Helvorson died at La of a disease closely resembling Morfiold millers and shippers at have with lia bilities of assets Tho schooner Quoddy was wrecked on Handkerchief Satur day Tho crow was was fatally stabbed at Now last night by a negro named William Henry Matthew who jumped from the Brooklyn bridge Friday and was thought to bo fatally will re no serious injuries having Georgo Parrow committed suicide at North by jumping into the Jfoosao river from a He resisted all efforts to safe While resisting arrest for robbery at Ulysses NeJ AMI ONTIIR Villi Colors Drnpoi In Honor pf he General of tlio Army Whoso Niutio They Hlurt on u lt0 3 Hltlo Through Six Comi When fit txn early hour this morning he members of Sheridan Troop began assemble at the headquarters armory of tho organization in this there a general centering oE interest liat point for all who have a love for hat which partakes of tho militaryt lature and martial and It is pret safe to say that all who could were present to give the troopers littmg send oft on their long march to Coiiuc int hundred and sixty miles or more through the hot August over the dusty roads on the backs of trusty steeds to win more fame for the lonored name of him who made the famous ride to Winchester town but now lies cold in the embrace of At a little after ten oclock every thing was in readiness and the bugle sounded the assembly and soon the liuo was formed under direction of the ener getic 1st on the green east of Bald Eagle and handed over to the commanding when a picture was taken by tlu view When this was over the command to march was given and tho Troop passed out on to up Alain to up Ridgeto up Logan to up Dallas to Lincoln up Lincoln avenue to Glen avenue and then the soldiers were fairly on their way on the march which will not bo completed until they arrive at tho waters of Jonneaut Lake in Crawford It is a long but the name sakes of gallant Little will ac complish it and go into camp as fresh as All this was undertaken in obedieiico to the following orders which will best explain themselves AlOLORV SlllSIlIDAJs SlXONO 13lMfiAUE July Orders Pursuant to orders announcing the Second Brigade encampment for the present year at Oonneaut and a decision of the Troop to make au oyer land march to that it hereby ordered Sheridan Troop will assemble at Tyrone by Divisions at nineoclock in tho forenoon on Monday August leavingtho armories of Firstand Second Divisions and Bollwood not later than 7 Troopers living between any of these points and Tyrone need not assemble at Each trooper will appear mounteclJn heavy n arching The Troop will form at Tyrone at 91 bo take up the march at Ono wagon will accompany the to convoy rations and forage anil one ambulance will be taken along for uccidont or sickness 14 shot officer and i railroad Employe nawea f fork Balcomb will AlOlCWY SllICUlDAN UuioADK Orders It is the porposo of the Troop com mander to give all the opportunity for enjoyment on the trip to camp that is consistent with reasonable Tents will be uniformly pitched each Every man should be in his place lit all times and ready to promptly perform any duty that he may bo called upon to If roads at any time are dusty the Troop will march by platoons or but straggling or ir regularly stringing out along the road will not be Let it be remembered that the repu tation of the Troop for good behavior should be well sustained on this occa Let gentlemanly do portroent prevail throughout the entire and the word go out everywhere that Sheridan Troop cm spend a week in marching through half a doxen counties ofthe state and duct itself in a manner that reflects credit upon the individual the and the National Guard in   

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