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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1888, Tyrone, Pennsylvania AtratJST Two THE HIGHEST GRADE SfRUGflT Ffom 10 Lawn From 12A cents to 9 rom 16 cents to The above arc all Choice not many desire to close them Such a reduction coming right in the midst of hot weather makes theman attractive JAMES Miiin and Juniata The Great Sale of C LOTHING tS Stillcontinuesat KEG EL Main and Juniata for Toilet Paper in flats and Tooth Picks for v The Great Alhambra Paper for Decorating MJ Waste Paper Campaign new at all prices in these goods at UKALEH Juniata and Blair Practical Watchmaker i OF TUB LATEST STYLES of Silverware on sale at Rock Priiji SMITH Choice Familv Wood and An Excellent Line of Table and Floor Oil 2O Juniata A HOCK GUTTERING A Rich Gold Mine Shaft only Twentytiro Fcot Deep Near Luke Klock Dctndicd by Kxplosion nrtrth whole country was thrown into n state of the wildest excitement over a won derful gold find near on the land of the Lake Superior Three hundred pounds of goldbearing worth fully per was thrown out by a single Every body is rushing to the scene of the gold The richest lot of gold rockever taken from east of the Rock Mountains was brought into Isbpemiug from the Lake Superior Iron Companys gold seven miles northeast of The auality of the rock is equal to any thing over taken from this rich and the quantity surpassed anything ever Over three hundred pounds of the rock was dislodged by a single blast and is now at the companys office in that The gold is so abundant that it sticks out of the and the best assayists place the value of the 300 pounds of rock at while there are others who will bet money that the assay of the rock will pan out a value of This is the fifth rich dis covery in this and ninny minor discoveries have not been made The quartz vein On which the shaft was sunk was discovered three years ago by IshpemiiiR but with the exception of exploding onecharge of which exposed a rich pocket of gold bearing nothing was be cause the property was owned by the Lake Superior Iron which would not lease or sell the Last summer the company put a few miners at work on the and a test shaft was sunk about eighteen at the bottom of which a small pocket was struck which produced goldcany ing rock which assayed to the All work was suspended and nothing was done until two months Rich rock has been encountered all and the wonderful find of has set tho people The shaft is now down 22 and is about IS inches wide at tho The Michigan gold which adjoins this shatyV lias found rock in smaller and usually as There is not a doubt but one of thegreatesfrgold mines in the world has been found at Ishpem will be resumed on Monday next at all the lint glass factories throughout the The Conference Committee yesterday agreed upon the tableware hushingwith the ironmould and all matters were harmoniously arranged between the workmen and About men and bovs will go to work in 125 factories on and by Sep tember 1 over will have employ The glass manufacturers say as stock has been depleted by the the sevenmouths ta good run of business may be looked for during the next live Spoclal to If Troop having left Tyrone Monday morning took dinner at Stacker Camp bells old place and encamped over night at Glen From there next morning tho lino of march was taken up via to New Washington where dinner was taken and that night the tents wore pitched near The long est made yester day and both men and horses stood it first and everything and every body is in tho best possible There is so far no sickness nor sign of any the boys are enjoying the trip first rate and the wildest enthusiam is being provoked by this trip of the boss cav alry organixation of the State through six the strikers meeting resolutions were de manding that the Government with draw the troops from tho workshops and declaring the readidess of the strikers to accept tho arbitration of a municipal commission to settle the question of Conflicts with po lice were received this Sev eral arrests were The Cabinet at a meeting today discussed repressive Tho strikers at Amiens this evening tried to to attack the residences of whose factory was sacked last The streets were cleared by After the strikers meeting the striking waiters smashed windows of a cafe and the striking barbers assistants attempted to storm a number of registry Gendarmes with drawn swords restored the Cox is reported to have remarked today that Congress would probably adjourn the 4th of next Senator when told of replied that lie ex pected Congress to adjourn on election It will probably be somewhere between those two dates workmen engaged in hooping filling barrels in the various re fineries here struck today for an advance of 25 cents a day in their They were recently raised from to but now want New men will be the had a long inter viow with Ivaiser Wllhelm i in which he explained proposals colo nial development in Africa and stated his idea Emiu Beys PLAIK COWftTY BANKING WTO IfTbUbftnli is ROCK August matter of opening the Sioux reservation was virtually settled when Chief John Grass arose in the infprmed missiouevs the Indians sign neither ana that they would now return to their regardless of what tue The met the Indiana as soon AS he the circle was broken uM the liwlmnf Victoria offlleck haspresented to the Queen jubilee tribute of the children the amounting to Tho money will bo given to a childrens John the famoutt labor edi has undergone an operation which is expected to restore his The Canadian James was lined at yesterday for towing in American She ar rived Monday towing the schooner An incendiary tried to burn down the town of Hampton IIo set me to one which burned alonsc with several It was the third attempt on the same About 28 conductors on the Milwaukee and Paul Railroad have been discharged for cefrauding the it being alleged they were banded together to do w in a tematic The Berwind Wbto which controls JO in the ClearfleJd yesterday wade an agreement with all its miners allow inj them to deal at such itwea as they r THE HEROS OBAVE IX II Will be on Arlington unit toiuniniul a View of tho While Dome of he KxfiPiiMrc sion Commissary General General who is Sheridans anil Major Lydecker went over to Arling ton today and selected the place where General Sheridan will be It is at the Southern edge of a little patcft of open ground in front of the old sion house ofthe Arlington The smooth bit of turf a short throw slopes gently down froip the inaiu driveway in front of the house bordered across the top with a beCof lowers in which the words Ajrijngton Jfatfonal aro spelled The edge of the woods bound In the centre stands the The slope faces the head of the shapely horse on the right hand a tulip 011 the left a The space marked out is bare of for some distance from the foot a monument shall bo it can bo seen from the windows Of every public building in the Capitol to tho White Tho purpose in locating grave to ouo side rather than directly in front of tho was to have a background of green from which the monument would stand out distinctly to the The spot seems peculiarly appropriate for Sheridans In front lies the as though he kept silent guard over the With tho the Nothern border of at his tho grave will be like a seal of loy alty upon Southern Within 200 feet is the house which Martha Wash ingtons grandson began to build about the time that George Washington The builder of the house and the adop ted grandson of Washington became the fatherinlaw of Robert The connection between the Fattier of Jim Country and its most enemy was brought about by a per haps among the trees which shadow his and a marriage in Jie room whoso windows look out Within easy buglejCall liein their last trenches Union t 4319 of them unknown save gaje their lives for their country 2111 in one heap under a massive blockof marble bearing tho inscription Beneath this stone repose tho bones of 2111 unknown soldiers gathered after the war from the fields of Bull Run and route to the Their remains could not be identified but their deaths aro recorded in the archives of system throughout their country and its gratefulcitizens honor them as of theic army of May they Even more pathetic impossible than this are fortysix inteijments which stand recorded in the cemetery books and Generals Riuketts and the gallant who lost both eyes buried 1J00 acres the estate there for and every soldier of the old soldier of the right of sepulture Spelled out in beds of lowers are the names of Logan and of Hancock and stars and badges of the various army corps mark turf Jiore and To complete the fitness of the surroundings Major who is the superintendent of the led a squadron of Massachusetts in the wild charges that Sheridans great campaign in The Unitwji States will be sold Uague Iiland Navy Yar4 at pn the 7th of
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