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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1890, Tyrone, Pennsylvania v T Of THE rone H f HE nfest ADVERTISING MEDIUM IS f MK Fourth JULY Two We are pi cas ed to call yotir OFF ft IN attention to the balance of piece to Surah Silks all Very suitable lor light sum mer dress or sashes the quan tity is small and cannot last We name per on the lot to close by the pat tern note some shades in corner In Ginghams wo can serve you well although our stock has been greatly the regular quality all over at the regular quality at A lew pieces fine choice styles French Ging regular prices per now go at pet to cannot last Beau tiful white and solid black lace were per now go at and per Wooven striped and figured were now go at per Cotton one of the most and desirable sum mer dress fabrics on the mar the regular our price per only a lew pieces The higher fast cotton Pon stylish we can offer you a few choice pat terns per Hem Jnde only a few pieces commence at per Plain Indc we name a fair quality at a much higher as yon Just opened a bright line best and tourist Ruchings 5 yards to 25 cents a We imitc your early inspec Main and Juniata StsM ORDER YOUR Straw Hats Light Weight and 0 Light Goods We can help you get the better of tliejhot MAHLON CRYDER OPEEA HOUSE For the Next Thirty Days we oiler you special prices in light weight Shoes and Oxford several small lots which we will close out at a grout u few pairs of a clean none yon will ind your number in some of and at the time a We want them out of the way before fall goods come 14 KNIGHTS OF THE GRANDEST PROCESSION MILWAU KEE CVCft Kvcry iteglhtctit In tlie tlitttod Stntoi Citnnilii H right OlIttcrltiKt SlilnliiK Swortln itiid Oilier ritrnpturniitlti OIlMtonnd nitd Dnncotl tit tlio Hays of n Declining Diiy Tlio rroMSslon Scvcrul MllKH In SKELETON GARMENTS For Hot Jnly Unques tionably tho grandest civic or over seen in this city was tho Knights of Pythias parade of uni form rank anil nonuniform Knights that took place in Milwaukee yesterday Starting a few minutes after 4 oclock it took two hours for the pro cession to pass a given Careful estimates by Pythian as well as by wellposted military men and place the number of men in line at over The uniform rank men in line numbered nearly nearly every regiment in the United States and Canada being As the vast column moved down Grand avenue and brigade after brigade fell in from the side A rtinUi Scene of fluttering IliKcnntry could not well be Through the trees on that well shaded avenue the bright glittering shining swords and other knightly para glistened and danced in the rays of a declining day with most beautiful effect and appeared as one end less stream of golden The only affair of the kind that equalled it WHS the one by Uniformed Knights in Cincinnati three years which Sherman reviewed and pronounced the finest since the close of the There were nt that time in The which was Several In the brigades and corps falling in from side streets as the head of the procession all moving in splendid and ac curate military style down the up Wisconsin street to wheel ing north on Jefferson and moving to Biddle and out Biddle to Juneau where the disbandrnont took Camahan and staff reined up at the corner of Marshall and Biddle from which point they reviewed the grand inarching who passed by with loud cheers arid enthusiastic greet One of the interesting features of the parade was the for the first time in the history of the of the socalled nonuniform Knights belonging to tho rank and file of the This novel feature was tinder command of assisted by an able corps of aides and escorted by tho Fourth bat commanded by DISASTER NARROWLY THE INTENSE A GREAT DEAL OP BUT PEW Old Tliftt 8 In the llnttCKt of tho Yciir Wcintrt Seom to tie I fled by the 1rencnt from Atl of the July Yesterday was n day of suffering in the two Tho heat was simply and n really cool place was not to be found outside of an ice Many people imagined because a good nir was going that it was not so terribly But at when they saw thermometers going they awoke to the At that hour the signal office registered ninetytwo degrees in the It was several degrees warmer in the Very few cases of sunstroke were re People generally took care of themselves and kept out of tho way of direct sunrays us much as The day at one degree hotter than at any time and by 4 oclock ninetyfour degrees had been A large number of mill men in the Penn avenue and South Side districts were compelled to quit work owing to the intense In many of the mills only three heats were made instead of Shortl before midnight a rain storm passei over this which had a tendency to cool tho Tlte Since NEW July The old idea thu July 8 is the hottest day in the yea would seem to be justified by the weather The inereur reached 100 degrees at am the day was the hottest since July 8 when ninetyeight degrees wai j There were many cases o prostration by the A of July The maximuir local temperature recorded at the signa office yesterday was Thi was reached at 3 The record a 8 oclock last night was degrees There was great deal of bu no casualties are Suiuliiy Kxcnrsloii Triiin AVrccltinl Nenr jMeiuI villo mid Ono Out of n Tlionsiiiul July The Mead ville and Linesville excursion carrying the Baptist Sunday school of that picnicked at Conn cant lake was wrecked at Watsons Run injuring seriously bxit one out of the passengers on The second occupied by Charles family and of jumped tho carrying three other cars with Millers car broke both couplings and rolled down a twelvefoot all escaping unhurt except Clara tho who got an ugly scalp wound and a bad gash over thu right Tho en gine and eleven cars kept the WoikoiK Still July The strike and lockout at tho rod department of the Iowa Barb Wire works is in Some of the strikers have gone to where they expect to secure The mill will probably resume operations in a few days with a new force of Trou ble between the new employes and tho strikers is An Assjniin Jxily Ramsey assignee of the Keystone Watch has asked tho courts permission to expend for labor in finishing movements now worth but which when finished would sell for The court granted a rule to show cause why he should not make tho returnable on iiiind ICulii NEW July A number of members of tlio Grand Lodge of Elks assembled in this city yesterday after passing resolutions repudiating the legality of tho meeting now being held in elected Lang of New exalted grand A TiiiiiKTed tlio July The temperature yesterday ranged from eighty at 8 m up to eightyeight at 1 and dowi to about eighty yesterday A cool northwest tem pored the Ono Dentil from the July One deatl from the excessito heat reported At yesterday afternoon the thermometer at the signal ofrico showed 98 12 the hottest of the OIK Iliindnul in lie Slind July At ii oclock yesterday afternoon the temperature reached 100 in the There was a light making the heat less No CnsnulUos July thermome ter at yesterday afternoon regis tered 104 in tho tho hottest of the No casualties tlio Ono Hundred July The thermome ter at the signal office at 8 oclock yes terday afternoon registered No casualties A Nuitibur of July was a number of sunstrokes Tho thermometer ranged from 99 to 1M in various parts of the of July day was hottest of the The maximum temperature was 100 at 2 AViirnt tit July tem peraturo yesterday was 100 at i oclock last Storm In July Tho heaviest wind and rain storm known here for years swept over the city yesterday unroofing several blowing down trees and fences and prostrating StruuU July A sudden storm last night Hooded the and the blew down trees and damaged buildin ut July Highest tem perature hero yesterday was ninetysix at i Said In hii u July Tho relatives of William CuKhing in Sulem and including her pronounce the Maine woman claiming to Gushing an unmiti gated mother ot ia living in at the ago of and has not boon east for Who is not in need of pecuniary being well off in this worlds but now in poor Jiiiiino on DAYS July John Monroe killed his four children on Sun and then committed It is thought Monroe was insane on tho sub ject of BELLA B os July threefourths of n mik i iiuiun iSucoml one unil oiiusixtttiUh 1 4 a Tliirrt tho Drexel stakes pao 1 Hlurnoy Kugllsh fourth one ami seventy 1 g tho Jtocortl for Savon Ilirlougg on tlio Stniitflit July the first race at this track yesterday Bella B lowered the record from seven furlongd on tho straight running it in which beats Brittnnnics record for that distance by three lUlh Iqicts threefourtha of ft irst ii Put First suvoneighllis of u Keuotul tho Ilopttiil fur Uyuar tLuvolounUs a 1 1ick Tliinl tlivj Lurilluril sliikii for iyeur DUO uiul onoIinK 1 Tourua Fourth ono ami uiieLiglHli 1 i tilth threefourths of a 1 Sixth of a mileOurvio 1 WIND SEVERE SECTIONS OF THE COUN TRY the Storm Oenonil from Iolnt to Wltlttt on Luke Miuty Smntt itnttgcft from Their fntituliiUottft rttut of Life An Unknown In n Nmull Storm n Yonrtu July report of the destruction of the Bluff Point near has not yet been The nearest point reached by tollgraph is fifty miles from the hotel and the only facts that can bo learned from the operator at that point Port Henry is that heavy storm pre vailed on Lake Champlain yesterday and it rumored that the Bluff Point hotel was dentroyed by a The opera tor says that a number of row boats were out on the lakes with people from that and that sixteen persons have not yet been heard from and it is feared their boats wore on tlic Train from Montreal say the storm was gen eral from Rouses Point to White The of the wind was many small houses at Rouses Point and other towns along the lake being lifted from their foundations and The Bluff Point hotel suffered damage to the extent of No one in the hotel was injured as far as One name was out in a small boat when the tornado struck the was Trees and small buildings in the vicinity were torn down by the STEAM LAUNCH Seven of tlio on I Jeoplv at Itoiinl Aru Miss 1urt floury Not July con ductor of a which arrived here at said that the steam launch with twelve people on was wrecked in the storm near tho Bluff Point Five got ashore in safety and the remaining seven are At Port Henry ten people who were out in row boats are Tho name of the gnest known to be drowned is Ho was stopping with his two daughters at the Bluff Point Tho guests wero panic but in the house at the time were in SEVERE WIND Fronts of lllowii Out and Other July A severe wind storm struck this city at oclock yesterday evening and blew fiercely for about twenty One of tho four great electric light located at the corner of Lake and Bank was demolishing the sidewalk where it Tlio front of tho Van Cleve Glass and Sash companys stores west of the was carried away find all the trees in South Side park laid Reports of minor dam age comes from all quarters of Cut a SuiUli the July A remark ably severe wind and rain storm oc curred at the wind reaching tho velocity of a A largo num ber of buildings were badly the wind seeming to cut a swath through the town about 200 foot Tho belfry of the Methodist church was blown Shaws was crushed by the falling off tho SuiTomulcjil July severe rain storm accompanied by a galo from struck this city last doing considerable damage to fences and and levelling tho crops in tho surrounding Houses in tho lower part of tho town wero com pletely surrounded by water from two to three feet in So ulli won turn Now York July western New York was visited by it severe wind and rain storm yesterday Reports from Sala manca and other places say that trees wero houses moved from their crops devastated and other damage A Tiitf July storm ivhiuh occurred yesterday afternoon was ho worst known for Tho steam ers Vermont and Chatoaugav were both arriving at this and fears wero iiitortained for their A tug is to have sunk with several of lor COKE WORKERS Ill i West toUo Wo r Its SUut U WEIR WON IN THE THIR6 thirteen tenpta Miif ItlldtO llUtt Knocked July IkoWeits known as the Belfast mid Jiuncs instructor of Buffalo Athletic fought befofd people at the Erie County club rooms last night for n purse of which went to the Twootmce gloves Weir woft in the third knocking Connof completely Weir was seconded by Tommy Warren nnd Ed the Denver and Connor Wag looked after by Mike of and George of Buffalo The referee was Promptly at fliiO oclock Weir stepped into the He looked cool and and brought with him a smile never his face thvoughont the Connor entered the ring amid the enthusiastic cheers of He looked fled with but it could readily fj be seen he did not nnderrate tho task he had before He chewed perit sistently on a piece of while chewed as viciously on piece of Time was called at mid ifc was Fight from the Tup of the In the third before fairly realized the Connor lay stretched on his back from a straight shoulder blow from WeirB Blood oozed from his where tlie blow had caught Tho heart of every Connor partisan beat 4 violently whenit WHS seen that was and when Brintell rushed into the ring and picked up tho a cry of Foul went up from Weirs said Ike give him plenty of struggled to his feet only to receive other righthander on the sent him down When he was coming to Weir went over to shake hands with him and Connor accepted r Those ten seconds had passed very quickly and the which was pared to stay until midnight to see was compelled to file out with the conviction that their man had beon fairly NEW CUMBERLAND It WUH lit u Mvutltig ill port July meet ing was held in the PresbyI terian chnreh last night to organize the j congregations of Shady East Coal Oak and Bealls ville into a new presbytery to bo called The Pittsburg Presbytery of the Cum berland Prosbytarian Minis ters and representatives of each congre gation were Philip acted as moderator pro tern and preached tho opening The Montgomery was elected the and tho Philip Tlie meeting adjourned to meet at Coal Center the first Tuesday in CHILDREN MADE A Divine Some Serious AguiiiNt tlie Ilivknjfii July James of declares the original package houses in Washington are a Ho says his indignation was aroused on from J oclock in the after noon till 2 the next a continu ous procession of maudlin num and boys and streamed Tip College street past his One group of some six girls and three or four ranging from 15 to Itt years of all was enough to make one huut Kick and there wore among them boys from the best families of the so muddled that they could keep the I LACE MANUFACTURING FIRMS ConsoHillito to tlio 1lilllt tho Kind iu tin July is a rumor here that one of the largest manufacturing firms in has lately communicated with tho proprietors of tho Wilkosbarro Itico factory upon tho subject of transferring1 tho Nottingham with all its to Wilkesbarro and oonBolK dating with tho factory thus ing it the largest plant of the kind in tin If scheme is carried into LJlVct of local capital will bo added to thu July strike is n ut tho West Loisonring coke works f tho Frick Coko and 500 men are Eight haulers failed o show up for work and vlien they went to go to work yester luy they were told they wero discharged or a violation of tho Thereupon 11 thu drivers camo out and an still and tho mino is shut it will ikely be Tho Cubic I to July from lie cable ship which is now ying off say that great difii ulty was fouud iu laying thu bhoreeml f tho The vork has been succesef ully accomplished un4 by UQOR today have electrical cosumuuicatioij with TARIFF BILL TO mid rive lit nil i July iwnj DeiiKicvntiu senators have arrived at informal agreement by which the bill is to be passed within ten days it is taken up and the elections bill poned imtil Deeimber Siiilo Work July utr trustee the Association of anil Stivd arrived liero Monda ind after a short confereuca Pivisidiriit of the Fislibycl ing induced hiiu to oigu tho The which have Iweii t for with men lo ked rosumed iu every department y hie Not July has docliatd invitation f executive board of lhe JVxas to deliver the thu association ut In hij governor saya rhafc official will prevent so long an abfc as tho trip to Qalvestou i
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