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Titusville Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1873, Titusville, Pennsylvania nud To whom all business correspondence should bo a Editorial should bo to H. furnished on Application or at the printing executed with neatness and of Ibe Single Delivered by Carrier 5 50 per 10 00 of ll e Per nuns 00 C. J. U. That foul tins curtain is raised to the School of How Horace Mil The I ago the Pr of tho NKW It us if tho in which ttio of tho Into aro now would never tho world to tor tho that paralyzed a groat Tho tragic of tho his will and tho bickerings of the i discordant of tho Ti Association boon a thenio tor tho fraternity yet tho public know nothing of tho intrigues and winch wero by a hordo of who for period ot two held before the eyes of tho tho dazzling prize of tho sineo thwarted William H. Seward at he looked forward with to ft ilo never an to before tho anil of his ilmo spent in throughout the addressing his on every 1-011- protracted were u constant of anxiety to tho pal of tho for tho that the of the paper was invariably under the of not tho It the Tribune dial potential in tho first his in the per ion of John now Paris correspondent of the New Vork advent on tho hunf was nn important epoch in ley's had for years or under the curb of A. who tho backbone of the Tho Tribune was the oasis in Horace 's nf win Uo hud no other or place of at- anil it among all his wan bul one who told tho world of tlm canker was oat ing at his the panacea for which was con- n editor who possessed hii to an ed to the few persona who in- that who knew this man's great and who knew hin many points of extreme to toueh of other and who knew contact for thirty with an 101 yet il- neil such it is not at all remarkable that at under an for tion of private grief and public tho Wit OIL VOL. NO. 199. FEBRUARY 10, 1873. WHOLE NO. 3056. of ti powerful mind have been tho cladiator in unequally his last should through a of into a paralysis of 1'te." nits yet it eccentricity in persona intimately sumption of VKT bore with the patience of developed an of his which those with him Dana's autocratic finally produced a and Dana was forced to Sydney Howard who succeeded a sycophant nor a Ho could not bo upon by political and he to encourage tho of his bonce his was J. a clever dis- ciple of Forney's from the Philadelphia was the to assist Mr. he did to his s career was brief but His abrupt retirement IVom the resulted from his owu Ho began by ing every pretext that for the dis- missal of tho ohl and every vacancy brought another of Forney's disciples from Bureaus were in different quarters of tho globe for thoso who could not ho and the veterans were in true military t j ceed to their lav destinations without de- To tho remonstrances of his associates regarding his Mr. ley was Ho discouraged ot every and decapitated editors to Young an and like his veteran to run two papers the and the of which lie was principal which proved his Tho was known by tho as the took nourishment from tile Its squeals disturbed tho ted Press and they demanded Mr. their with ono of his characteristic but they and Mr. svas in at his Keid moans whereby ho cured tho position throws gamo completely in the of which anon. and lit id luul boon Washington cor- Thoir meeting was like two a gardon Young's an- od not a match Reid while in money in his while correspondent for the Cincinnati together with Horace who then tho duty for tho Chicago with unerring as to the intentions of tho Ways and Means Committee regarding the taxation on Whether tho information was immediately communicated to their tive is not but it that Horace White noon became editor and part proprietor of the Chicago How natural that Keid should bo impelled by was never more obsequious than was Mr. now The Tribune founder still mourned for whose ways so His absence made him morose and yot wont on as was not long before tho cipal stockholders discovered that theie was iv baneful influence Mr. more less than Mr. desire for alarmed his His proprietary inter- est in the paper was yet his will was Had his associates had but the courage of their how easily they could rescued thoir chief tho toils of tho professor of the new school Uut fa to decreed Tho two men who conceived the plot were actuated by fde most selfish of With one it was with the other it was in any wero bound to as tho sequel They into each other's nauda a cleverness that Each ly comprehended the predominant weakness of their and they played their re- games successively tho Tho ho visited Judge at hi residence at oil tho and while there made n personal request o Mr. Roberts that ho would it favor of Mr. which he did a fov days following in a letter published in th Now York I. At tho opening o tho Com everything looked favorable Judge Hunt and other considered nomination of Mr. Greeley a foregone But watching his Charles S. Spencer broke the slat by naming George W. This action was in return for tho denunciation of him while counsel for win shot of tho could novor bo to believe that the leaders hail kept faith and ho di ohi red war on Murphy and wero entirely Gen. Walbridge pacified Mr. by pronounc ing his failure to receive tho nomination i in Tho General immedi atoly consulted with prominent of ashing ton po He urged his for Vice Everywhere ii political circles in Washington the proposi tion favorably Wai being a continued ho not give the mat tor his supervision and it was now that Gen. looking around him for person in political diplomacy who could It was at this of affairs that neo Greeley was brought into with the person who was to play an import part in Charles A. Lamont hat come into possession of a patent for the dose ion of and was HID organization of u company undei tho name of tho United Egg Desiccating The compain never succeeded in getting into operation and never has to this Several barrels of the article had boon ll found its way to the whore i used as made uc more attempts to but an ho desic Tho thing appeared feasible according to representations was tho first victim Possessing a glib Lamout eloquently on tho advantages tho desic eating until Gone nil in several dollars to along tho Lamont frequently dined with tho General at tho Astor where ho noon in drawing into net several of tho hie and Lament reaped quite Lamont was recommended by tho General to Mr. as a young man ot tact and and ouo who could man ago in his interest at Supplied with to distinguished ho made to tho General died at tho Aster House iu this and sad visage and grave as one of tho made him a conspicuous ter ut tho which took place nt and was attended by of whom were the President and AMI MITT in the cemetery after the It was and General Grant thoir an invited Mr. Greeley to ride White whore they afterwards dined returned to New York the but n few weeks following ho again visited and there was tho guest of Senator Tho Senator gave his distinguished guest a which was attended by tho Vice members of tho and the prominent Senators and This was in and it was tacitly understood in ad- ministration circles that Mr. Greeley would bo the next candidate tor Vice This was tho cause of Colfax's early letter of a lor fact never before A circum- stance upset all tho plans of the political while in Mr. was also attempting to secure tho appointment of one Ferguson for the position of United Supervising Inspector of Steamers for cho Eastern Dis- Ferguson tho son of Dr. of an old of Mr. Lamont persistent wore matlo to en- Mr. O as to tho truo of attempt was met with anger nud Flattery and held full sway and Horace rushed headlong to his carrying with him his business standing they luul no heart in the wore willing to share the fortunes of their and Mr. and onco principal owner of tho who for a quarter of a century toiled him to build up tho is and without an True it when the great bowed down by cruel broken and crushed suul I am the Tribune is 1 h ivc ruined my The last two of life wero passed in mi at of tery and who from childhood know Mr. and who for a score of years worked on tho has been behind the a tator of the fared which ended so The truo causes which ted to desert the party have never beon The following haro uo parallel for anil In Greeley waa de- sirous of receiving tho nomination for His personal friend of thirty tho Hiram reviewed the political situation in an ablo which was published in tho Tribune nud Herald of August 18TO. In that he strongly his old for the ami General Grant for another About the same time the Committee of the State Committee met at and appointed tho day of meeting for the State At that mooting strength of various persons was nud the Hon. A. 11. Cornell strongly pressed Horace for tho coining Notwithstanding tho objections urged from the northern it was ally decided Horace tho est man to and a whom was Judge Ward waited on Mr. and urged his to which in his peculiar manner ho It was known that Marshall O. Roberts had strong claims on tho party for the but so desirous President Grant I that Mr. should receive the knew tho advantages to bo by con- tact with the manufacturers of saving The President directed tho pointment sant iu but Ferguson was re- by tho kept mont iu funds his Lam out now presumed on his intimacy with the with whom ho had hud eral ostensibly in tho interest of The President finally fathomed nud denied him further audience. Mr. Greeley Lamout a of property with business inter- General died in tho same Lamont referred tj tho fact that his business his vidual Mr. admiration for tho youthful diplomat was such devotion ho had novor before Mr. hid on a trip to ostensibly to before an agricultural but really to feel the Southern pulso on nig return It was now that began to instill tho poison into Mr. Greeley's Chagrined at the frustration of his schemes nt the ho began by and hints to create doubts iu Mr. mind regarding his political It was in 1871, that Mr. never THE OF IUS gave manifestations of his discontent ith tho Tho entire of his trip was General who had been but recently removed from the Naval and who was Senator ton's right hand was chosen as his traveling Mr. Greeley's im- played his part to lie never attempted to penetrate thu veil of deception in which his chief was but persistently fed the readers of tho Tribune wero astonished to read such sentences in the lending rials on the political ns tho wo sail on or drift in tho light moaning tho ia one thing to tho administration and another to tho Wo support tho it under- throughout tho Republican our to General Grant at all not Mr. ley wont to Texas and what transpired oil tho route homo everybody It was now decided that Mr. Greeley must have a private His emissary rented a furnished in fourth and he and Mr. wont to Hero wero hatched Iho conspiracies that tho thunder for tho liberal lloro of Custom House and Ludlow street juil plotted with Larnont and and Cooper meeting was tho result of their and their slogan wna ward to the movement was tho next act in tho Sain Murat and Knapp were reported all Tho only break in tho editorial circuit that was feared was Manton Marble and Wilbur F. Marble came in at the last but Storey would not have it. T ILLS wore now reported from Tho Professor iu tho Tribune shouted and hia confederate told of tho wicked scenes ho had witnessed in and around tho White House and tho Charles A. in a spirit of bitter placed at the head of the was now nt tho and to cap tho tho Blair ily held a meeting at tho was made out that scaled Iho fato ot Horace At that ing wero Blair senior and brother Sunset Ethan Allen nud a few Allen was there to urge Horace scut words of good cheer to Mr. and Allen returned to tho city Then en mo Fifth Hotel where the famous ial White and rallied tho Liberal host and laughed to scorn tho How they did when after midnight they hopped into a coach at tho front of hotel and directed cabby to bounce was the brilliant man of the Now Vork Tho had settled the destinies of Iho The most scene iu the Liberal movement was enacted at Not a half men understood the actual situation tho evening following tho first day's After midnight arrived from St. Louis Senator Frank Blair and his Governor H. Gratis Brown's ence iu town kept a Tho ar- was that on ing a was to convoy him to tho rear ot this and on tho announcement ot HID he was to suddenly pear on the platform nud carry tho tion tor It is only unfolds what plighted cunning honce tho saddest part of tho narrative remains to be The last two years of Horace Give Ivy's life wore passed iu nil of mystery and Encompassed as ho was by confidence is it to be wondered at that he was ruined I Lear waa never more mighty hi big wrath than Mr. at nay reflection on his judgment of and jet mutual friends of President Grant and to matters by tho de ceptions which had been Gen. P to whom Mr. Greeley was much acquainted him convincing but it was too Presidential maggot had entered tho great Benjamin F. ono of Mr G many a known staff officer cf General Grant's ing tho war with a proposition that he shook induce the to order the of an alleged claim of hia against for or which would reconcile Mr. No person who knew Mr. Greeley need bo told that this was ti who is well known in this and ou whoso authority this statement is spurned tbo but there was un of this whose estimate of the President and Mr. waa so low that he actually upon tho representations of goto Long Branch tho proposition to tho IN KOO Iu his ho displayed ounce boios con- the when essed a very Letters from Mr. Greeley were scattered about hia the peculiar of which would refer Calvin H. Superintendent of tho New York General invested General also thought it a good investment to ex- tent of several besides several All this time Lamont hnd never said money to but now there waa an immediate necessity tor Mr. Greeley assisted his friend to the extent of in Colonel Ethan Chairman of tho Liberal tional was invited to call ou Mr. Greeley on the affairs of the Allen soon fascinated with the egg Lament remarked to Alleu that Mr. hnd requested him to let Allen have a Tho stock all hut he would Jot him have worth of ilia and should ho at any time desire to return ho would allow him seven per for tho of his Fortunately for his eyes were opened by a whoso teeth had been Mr. had never made such a aud ho at last became convinced ot tho and treachery of tho ho managed by to him into bis with menaces and ho demanded tho return of his but it was too It had gone the woodbine Other victims are now clamoring for their money with no bettor Before referring to tho ending of this it will be necessary to plain other baneful influence which was now dest Mr. Previous to Lincoln's nomination nioro positive knowledge of tho changes m the political undercurrent in Washington was communicated by his Washington What was required was PLIABLE NOT OVER and one having access to tho various Such a one was not Samuel then the Tribune but Whitelaw of Cincinnati filled the and ho was engaged a of at tho modest salary of twenty-five dollars per to render this secret lloid divided his between Secretary Chase and Horace but tho Secretary received lion's share of tho Keid did lis little utmost to defeat coln's in tho interest of but it was about as futile nu effort as his of President As a recognition of his he was tho bearer of Mr. letter of declination to tho lu Mr. Greeley engaged Reid to assist his managing editor n running the during ho Presidential campaign of coming was entirely to The first week there was a little Young's order for Reid's was only half the amount agreed upon be- tween Mr. Greeley and was remedied and honors made easy receiving tho same salary as They both buried their but loft handles sticking This armed waa never suspected by Mr. 10 being about as much of a stranger to Tribune editorial rooms as tho Sultan of 1'tirkoy. On an unlucky day a Tribune or a foster brother of Young's n to whom Young had written numerous confidential letters in which ho had unfolded all his plans for the had quarrelled over some and wanted his camo on but seemed loath o give tip tho If ho Lad qualms of they were removed having hud a with at his residence on Second Che letters wore finally published by md tho mandate of the Associated Press Young's The Tribune was obliged to notwithstanding Reid's complicity vith was never oven o this as he had extended lis sympathy to Young in his di- It was by such maneuvering that REID MOUNTED Never was tho influence of a great journal o shamefully prostituted ns under the management of this self- He originated ft now school if and in the capacity of urged tho practice of the cardinal as essential to success in the How thoroughly ho exemplified hia and precepts was demonstrated Vom day to-day in the Tribune For a he with others of advanced was a frequent visitor of oria Woodhull at her palatial mansion on Murray She was flattered at his at- and sought to enlist his influence in her peculiar At one visits ho in the tho veil known hat and cloak of a prominent of woman's who has since been prominently identified with her in- Tho evidence of tbo close of this golden-haired Apollo prompted bo Professor to ou tho He became radical that ho was obliged to remonstrate with him iut nevertheless urged him to infuse some f his social warmth into the columns of the Reid's nd n few days following thia flow of o requested a friend to obtain from Mrs. a file of her His motive was not apparent at tho time but in the Tribune of the 10th of 1871, Mrs. was tho subject of ft copious extracts from nil the object of which was to allow that she waa in favor of His reckless libels oil Senator and Governor during he Pennsylvania wore BO that they wero novor It was lot until Mr. reached in tho evening of tho 19th of hat tho scales fell from his Filty people had filled tho streets that cily for two days eding his viewing the ion iu honor of the Tho his reception disheartened and iu his he angrily discountenanced the of the pride and pomp of lo returned to this city utterly o rind his invalid wife Well might he have exclaimed is my hero in my Ami very of my utmost Tho death of Mrs. Greeley was uu event her family had long been A fter lier death it waa and this that killed For years a stranger to home com- there was now nothing o dispel the black and ugly mass of grief hat oppressed For years frauds of from the millionaire's outcast son to tho petty had upon his and ho wrote to a of forty standing by nearly all I yer aud being unable to I onco I have i to work for my own rather than But his work was Crushed iu c died tho of and the enormity of which ho never Tho most distinguished men of the nation tho deceased Publicist to his lore and there in tho cortege was an em- loyo who had known tho of the but standing under the shadow of spire were a Knot of men who hud Missed best part ot their lives on tho The pressure of tho now Kissing them cold iu they had felt hue and time and no one knew better ban they the causes that led to this solemn Each have said Not on mo tho deep damnation of his aking Tho Tribune died with its but immediate efforts were made by Mr. 'a old associates to so secure tho that tho paper could bo on Fourth T. 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H. 28 1672. 97dtf HOWLAND CM anil Office Second National Hiring completed tho survey and location of tho several streets in tho city under the ty of tho City aro now prepared to locate and define tho boundaries of any lota Surveys of lots will bo made promptly and on reasonable COUTANT Real Estate Our list of Real Estate comprises u 0.1 tent of territory aud variety of prices and our city property we can with Watson's for which wo are solo ns containing sonia of the most silo in the oi having duo and a surface well adapted for ornamental Wo alao call attention to Oil Lands Oil winch some fine producing large uu developed ami good paid to selecting nml and wo do not our to make which will not z. Real Estate OFFICE SPRING STREET Opposite American CHEAP BUILDING been laid villa lots and ing the southern extension of Franklin nnd ranking some throe or four valley are now offered for at prices ranging Iron to ou easy Apply to C. B. Stewart Va. Q. A. ffe Pa AT Stowart AT i a- Chaso Stewart's new A W. ATTORNEY AT Office In Chase ft. Stewart's Pa Of nm AT T T Chaso t Block J. 18. o D CONTRACTS Ac J. C. offices New i No. 8 Southampton by permission to Heary over Second Pa. the old of Luce St. 1JENTAL orner of and t a. m. to C n. in. ether an in 146 S. Laughing prepared by ranted pure and perfectly 7vopt con- for without at over ngs FRANK K. W. 14ocl-dtf c. Office and C2 K trout second M NO. 125 WEST MAIN STREET iro now open from a. m. till 8 p. m. in ar desire to lo a course of electric will hnd Ills institution No will be and all applicants their T. K not If I C. C. EBBITT O. C. Guests will thia piper on In tbo PA. O. A. Newly modeled and Stabling and Livery attached to the Tlie PA. T. O. H. F. W. D. O. K. F. W. B. J. This bank ia organized ou the each stockholder being Individually to tho full extent of his FIVE srx PEn CENT. Interest allowed on time deposits iu Bank special facilities being offered to Government Securities of all kinds for Discounts H General Banking ness SHAMBURG SAVINGS PA. H. ning tae 14, AND AN compiled from 01 n only one side of the the r to Blow Bros. AKD 1'KOPKIKTOBS. H. C. j. H- SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF PA. IN GOVERNMENT BONOS deposited with the snd SIX PER CENT. INTEREST allowed on for which will bo AH on 11 G. C. H T Charlea M. Henderson F. W. C. n. 1J. T. W. U. U. ia a branch of Iho of and la on tbo ON TIME A GEN KRAL BUSINESS SPRING AMERICAN HOTEL Bny and soil and Domestic Exchange and Government make collections on all Iu Oil and the and do a Banking bust Interest at sli por cent Allowed on limn do L. H. P. W. O. A Lyman Joshua T. S. Q. K. fl. a General Ranking In allowed on time Foreign and Domestic for Agent for lines of ALLEGHENY TRUST AND OIL PA. CAPITAL Sloth 11, H. Kinter D. 1.1 W. U. John K. H. A Banking DOMESTIC and lous made on all in tue and Correspondence G At ouy and aul Scout and do a General Banking darner and Collections on nil points In tho Stales and Buy and aell and Homo and Foreign OWED on Correspondence K. U. B. K. C. U. T. C. C. J. C. K. PRO DU C E RS MANUFACTURERS' PA. Buy soU Collect Interest and a a General Banking made all In tho Oil H. PEOPLE'S SAVINGS Stockholders Liable Collections made at lowest anJ promptly J C. M On In to No. S City TO OX GOOD or upon Real Estate or Personal tt Call on or H. 1'JtCK, 100
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