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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1875, Titusville, Pennsylvania BLOSS 1COGSWJSLL aud Proprietors to all correspondence should be Editorial should ad dressed to C Editor Advertising cates on application or at the counting room Job Printing executed witli and patch of the Subscribers bv per year by Courier per 2 cents Weekly 1er 02 00 ii C BLOSS JH it on JK How to To A ye i VOL 72 TITUSVILLE PA a iaK WHOLE NO 3843 Oil and if be vv ou aiui A the to Brou Cogswell There is says the no article of lool which of the com fort of the upon bread iio cue upon which so much bag been writ ten Whenever the failures of our sex in the way ot housekeeping sire commented by our lords and masters forms the con venient proof of our Tf a woman does not do what is to lie within her legitimate way of or does do what does not couie within that range the line voice with one accord shouto or and learn to make bread If we make poor or poor we are told that we had better make good bread If have an ambition to become doctors or lawyers or or editors the whole professional world in the chorus oi advice and teLU us better learn to make good bread There ia nothing objectionable iu the advice if it is and kindly meant in fact it in very good advice and very well worth fol lowing but we contend that all the cood bread in the world we were about to say but ou thought we will substitute America and is made by Most clever women know how to do it but the truth is that men do not The class oi men whose business it is to manufacture the staff of life iu America fail notoriously iu making a palata ble or healthful article aud we advise them to go and learn to do ir aud sve advise all ol the men who are loud of the advice to ad vise them to do it It is not difficult all it needs is a little sense and some attention it is the sole and business in life of the of whom we speak we suppose they must devote time and atten tion to it but the sense is wanting We do not propose however to waste our hints aud bits of knowledge upon this subject upon the other sex who never will learn to make good bread but to tell some of the bright and clever young house keepers who will muke use ot every strav les son to perfect their desultory education one or two of the things we have learned in along course of breadmaking One is tmu fresh flour is absolutely necessary for sweetness The very best bread we have ever made or eaten was made from flour bought at the mill in a country village Coarse is sweeter than fine Then we have a m of hard yeast because soft yeast is apt to grow without one being aware of it Bur leaving all the different methods ot raising kneading etc out of debate the point is a geed even and the bread placed in it at he proper moment Always leave other baking until titter the bread is done for ten minutes delay may be ten minutes on the side of the proper point of fermentation Put your bread in pans not more than tive inches and the middle will never be sour or bitter because the heat does not reach it in time to stop fermentation aites it goes into the bulk of the size at is a good rule for loaves when they are ready to go oven buc the test of drawing the dough away from the side ot the pan aud ac tually exposing the air cells to sight is a good one and one soon learns to the proper state of them Wet the tops of the loaves slightly with milk before putting icto the oven rub over with butter after coming out and the crust vrill cut easily and not waste bv crum bling Bread should be baked twice to be healthful after the third or day mold is apt to form in the air cells TO IX WETH The very best thmg to do with illustrated papers after your own family have finished reading them is of course to send them to some one who cannot afford the luxury of hav ing them or to the prison libraries often happens that odd numbers lie the house aud are torn up or burned up simply because one does not know what to do with them A very pretty use for old pictures and prints of all sizes and descriptions is to make them into Christmas books for children It is pretty work for your own children to do and make tasteful and valuable presents for the children of friends The following directions may perhaps assist the young people in prepar ing a pleasant surprise for some one whom they love Take one yard ef blue glazed muslin of a pretty one of pink and one ot white fold into six squares unless your pictures are very when lour squares will answer Lay them one upon the other and stitch one side together then taking a sharp pair of scissors cut the three remaining margins in even and regular points trim your pictures and arrange the third page leaving the outside leaf cover The pictures should be put on with starch laying them face down upon the table and brushing tbe bucks evenly and quickly with the starch then lifting and placing where you wish to have them leaving a margin of about an inch of the colored cambric around the of the pictures When the page is arranged and partly dry it should be pressed with a warm iron If the pictures are several cart be nicely grouped together or one large one and two smaller will often do nicely the same page The cover can be deo rated in rather different fashion by having the edge plain and a border col ored worsted and pasting a name and tion in letters also cut from headings of papers With a little exercise of ingenuity a verv pretty thing can be made of waste pictures which are really too good to throw Me m at v This judicial investigation conducted as it irl w bad eu with marked ability and the neatest wLo a fairness not only on the part of Judge ii toe most manipulation SOUT but also by the counsel OD l U extract the same Baying it would soon shown beyond a doubt that work out oi itself The next the pa existed the saw rue severely since raise an tbe accident Lid on the first application the portion of steel was extracted THE Kan on the Sunk attack upon the whites military companies w white people and Job who has done what he could to promote these organizations probably has to the negroes some very bad it not dangerous advice But tbe tion failed to show that Corday Harm foi this advice or tried to others to Strain GIBBS Manufacturing Co Gibba Sterrett i Co It was not until one p of says the San advice or tried to Francisco of August that the I tiie laws of the State by acts of officials of the institution become much it is now doubtful if anv of the ed About that hour several checks for this county who had who has not been ar e convicted The trial were V vther indictments found on Tues y postponed until the regular The scattering droos became ii lerm tUe courtr which L without a murmur but they kept on The scattering drops became a quiet TITUSVILLE AMD CORRY PA antr NATIONAL TUBE WORKS CO p H F H Gibbs R H f o r vu joua LU patter and the patter became a heavy shower All other prisoners who have I W B By two oclock the steady hud quickened into a attention and drew a crowd of spectators v i v about the door The news ran the street i like a prairie tiie causing the greatest Johnson will open a special term of tion among brokers aud operators who rushed Circuit Court at W rights viile m Johnson toward the center oi interest some with ou Tuesday next to try the prisoners books in their hands others inspired M negroes of this with a desire to join in the excitement As a tobe held here tbe news spread to adjoining streets into the quarters of the city devoted to heavy busi ness it aroused everywhere the tiou Stores and workshops were emptied of their occupants either to tee the excitement or to enable a withdrawal before the hour of closing the banks which was now at Secretary thus led by curiosity or in 18 to arrange for emigration to State This movement will be much less general than it would have been had any of the late prisoners been convicted F W AndrewH John JL McKinney tJ W Alexander A A W Manufacturers of direction At in interest which could be taken m at glance from an elevated position were thronged as far as the could reach the crowd quiet iu certain places iu alive with motion The steps of ail banks and offices were packed with spectators A seen at every pane of every window Wild men were rushing iu all directions papers fluttering iu their hands and the inevitable bank book Pule with disordered hair and dresses began to appear giving the scene a Hitie variety of color aud striving to reach tbe narrow entrance at the door of tbe Bank of California besieged with crowding obstreperous men The scene afc door was so wild eager confuted and tumultuous that it can be but imperfectly described us torius and without were Scattered about in all available places to the crowd in the best order possible under the circumstances The great iron door was closed aud through the Tittle narrow door in the centre like the en trance ro a cell the de crowded their way between serried ranks of ragged moneyless spectators to whom the failure ot all the banks in the world would not have been a matter or the slightest consequence to Mow it paired hand The peopl terest streamed from all quarters toward the corner of California and Samson streets the space in that locality for a iu two the excitement a scene of wv i a j cylinders and the idea of repairing The j the same principle suggested itself The pro eye cess is as follows A piece is slotted out bv a Mr Chaa Smith of Ashley Pa writes to the as follows Working in a railroad repair shop I saw a machinist tit pieces into broken locomotive Stationary aud Portable Boilers and Engines TOOLS ARTESIAN WELLS K I G KINDS lX IKON ANB It a y Be HOW TO TOMATOES is an ignorance which is tar too wide concerning the preparation of vegetables for tbe table They ought to have cooking verv mm pie and very and they do not al ways get it One of the most and beautiful of summer foods is the tomato and ia also one ol the most abused Raw it is often brought to the table cut up into mi with tbe skin still adhering to them Cooked it generally appears a watery red interspersed with pieces half hard and greenish in color The ideal disb of raw tomatoes is thus prepared Choose only which are comparatively smooth firm and thoroughly fs an ab surdity to offer or immature specimens in a salad and if you find such as here recommended you must not attempt to eat raw tomatoes Put them in a tin pin and pour over them water pouring it off immediately This so loosens the skins that they can usually pulled off easily without any violent applica tion of tbe Then a very sharp slice across discarding the Srst piece which has the bard base ot tbe stem aad the last piece which is too Hake the slices thin rather than thick keep them large and aad pile them carefully in layers ZTJ a pretty dish delicately salt aad over them Then put them away to get cold in cellar or refrigerator Prepared they are sire ply and a pagan scom If anybody wants to add and vinegar 10 tbe seasoning that can be done at table bv the eater Slices of tbe scattered among tbe red sometimes make the dish look very For stewed tomatoes peel as above but cut pieces not in slices Pnt ra a two quart tra bason and add salt aixi just enough water to keep While are comfortably in very pepper a piece of nice butter and soda cracker broken into small to An anonymous writer who is evidently gifted with a well poised bruin these ad mirable for tbe benefit ol those who contemplate marriage believe it to be morally for a man to marry before be mesins to place the decent at least of his wife beyond merely tbe contin gency of his ability to obtain regular meut or of his health beinir con stantly especially if her before marriage beea comfortable Hence I am determined by sobriety honesty industry and with help to save enough while single to buy an a homey if but a humble oue to the woman who may be to share life with me for better or worse no matter whether her own circum stances may be good or only moderate This done and 1 believe it can arid should be thitt great bugbear rent which figures so fre and largely in your married accounts would be disposed of beyond believe mauTs wife should al ways know equally with him the condi tion of his finances unless his resources be large then the in order to knowhow to regulate the domestic expenses to this end the funoU that the husband can devoce to household purposes should be placed in her hands for disbursement hence she who ac my hand shall also have my purse plank was laid on the hypothesis that are both trustworthy and it they are not the former I pity the pour husband if not tbe latter then the I doubt not that if men would trust their wives more in this they would be loved all the more for it while tbe wives feeling that were equal partners in tbe concern as their equal sharers in tbe profits would manage their par departments with wisdom and economy the result of all of which would be increased happiness and greater wealth believe tbe habit of incurring in for household or other articles that are not actually essential to the sustenance and protection of tbe body is one of the most baleful that can be indulged in and amounts to dishonesty when the way is not clear for tbe payment of debts of this nature I also believe that a married couple having a strict sense of honor will deny themselves all lum nes aud many rather thai eat wear and enjoy whatis really the property of their I am determined not only to enter tbe conjugal state free and un trammeled so far as my pecuniary obligation is concerned if at but with tbe coopera tion of my helpmeet to hve entirely within my means and pay as I go unless by reason of misfortune and to prevent suffering I am obliged to do otherwise Tbe general adoption of plank would in my opinion solve in many cases the problem How can a te supported ou small earnings ami give a higher conception of tbe of married life machine and the surface is scraped perfectly true then a pattern is made and a casting in bell metal is made from it This piece id and scraped to fit perfectly mto the slot is doue with tbe same as making a patch for a broken locomotive der To fasten it in its place an oven iscon e true ted with a door large enough to admit the bell The bell will stand upside down ou an iron truck with a wheel under it so that it can be put in and taken out ot the oven con The oven must be bv a clear fire free from smoke aud the not to touch tbe bell The bell and the pieces are to be put into the oven and the door closed till they become heated hot enough to melt solder Then remove tbe bell and piece from the oven and treat the sides of the crack and piece with prepared as silver smiths acid for soldering Then coat the of the crack aud piece with silver solder Do this pare and tree the surface from dross then while the bell is hot and the solder iu a soft adhesive state insert the piece in its place Have at hand two large pieces of iron shaped like the inside and outside of the red hot with suitable tongues for bold ing them These are to be used to keep up tbe heat if necessity requires it When the solder ing is completed allow the bell to cool off I do not propose that tbe bell be used very roughly repaired by this process but I have no doubt it would be a great pleasure for tbe hear the old bell peal lorth clear tone once ole of the Balance Valve PATENT Temper Screw and Kope Clamps GIBBS PATENT ADJUSTER the celebrated Boston McKEESPORT Davis Tank Shop PLANING WILL Door and Window Frames FLOORING and Brackets Every Style WOOD TURNING Black Walnut Lumber Hand H TITUSVILLE PA CAPITAL OIL Tubing and Casing We woald call tHc particular attention of dealers and producers to this make of Tubini and One of the important features in the manufac ture of oar Tubing id that the Lap and the Weld aie made perfectly straight smooth and uniform thereby equal and to the continue the of Wooden Oil Tanks JAMES H DAVIS apy tl Bos ICS Pa Climax Mower and Reaper and Sole tor the celebrated Blake Steam Pump Dealers in Fitting for Oil Gas Steam etc BuOd Iron Thanks and eve pertaining to Repairing of ail SECONDHAND From the New Tork Tribune I story in fiction is more pathetic or dra matic than thai of this father going out day after day carrying the ransom for his child in a box or satchel as directed by the robbers patrolling the business streets ot Philadelphia or making fruitless journeys to this city and hoping each moment to meet the agent who was to receive and return the boy So father can read the recital without placing himself unconsciously in the place of this man leaving the mother of the child waiting at home while he goes about with the money to meet the stranger who was to approach him or the flag was to be waved from the station and so on day after day and month alter month until mind and body gave way and he sank tbe bar den ot hope deferred The case reminds one of the most remarkable even in its present state of any on the criminal records The mother still sits waiting and watching for ber boy the kidnapers are known their habits and haunts Not only the police but tbe people of tbe whole county were roused to tbe closest and most vigilant search and yet the whereabouts of the child even the fact of his life or death remains an inscrutable mystery Still worse is the fact thac Weater velt and bis wile in all human probability do know the the boy they were perhaps cognizant of all dealings with him up to the time of the attack on Judge Van house yet under tbe law it will be almost im possible to compel the attendance of witnesses who can prove this and quite impossible to compel in any way a confession from the AS GOOD AS XEVT AND AT Onehalf the Original Price In many cases the Engines and Boilers we offer are not at all the worse for wear pe cent can be saved by baying of on rebuild engine renewing all part that are in the least defective All of our work We are prepared to do aH kinds of Engine and Boiler Oar Shop cor Perry and Mechanic sts fitted up with all necessary for Ke pairing an Tubing and Casing and Sold bach jouit carefully inspected reamed at end and proved with tbe sockets on a hydraulic pressure of 1200 pounds to the shipment Each length stamped with our trade mark DIA MOND JB 79 A neuT ion La also called to au D PIPE wih aa indent coating for water and now T Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of Lumber Lath Saah Doors Blinds Moulding etc at Second National Bank will be Water Boards and adopts bv rrt put on at a heat his s qui e impervious to rne acti u o alkali ail kiada or auI ever known to e will be OH application Have been removed from Block to SPRING STREET Over fc next door to Isham rf H K to Dr A IT KOOM BLOCK FRANKLIN ST e Pa Graduate of the Baltimore of Surgery All of professional service will receive prompt aud every operation warranted Office hours oclock a m T tILLING I INSERT FOR FIVE TEARS or longer if FRANK COiLER er A CO MONEY Parties desiring to rtell ENDOWMENT IN for value or oans on aame stamp JNO D General Pa New York Boston Lake Michigan ern New York Central Hud son Railroads and bany Railroad Wo 4 IO Chase Jc u i Stewart Block tf Pa M JLA Office n Block nearly JACOB BOOK BINDERY Herald Pa What Her Her The case seem to our view savs as follows Mrs Lincolns mind is liable to sprite of sinking and rising For weeks it seems different from ordinary in etter than tbe average brain She fs zauch ol her time witty sharp and playful and has no more behind bars than we all have who are allowed the freedom of the city Bnt it is also true that times come when some strong arm should be near her by dav and night te stand until the intellectual ride should rise may Ix a few days or weeks in a when her home in Batavia won Id be the best possible place for her bur tbe rights to liberty aal to be as a sane human are so aui I tender that release should come the moment toe mind straightens up Mrs condition last spring was wholly new and we think only of itself at tiroes np to tbat date had such a that one could not well cail it she kept her window open that come rn and that heaven might send her at times a whifi of its rare perfumes this only indicates harm less and would the idea of taking the bars off her window o tiat tbe angels wua train C A R at a TC with on D A V r K R m with train leaving on O C fc A IL R at 4 10 p sn 1 Connects with train leaving on D A V r K R ai p m 2 Connects with train O C fc A R K leaving at ai in BOUGHTON CHANDLER General Hn Q vJ UI TITUSVILLE K H BOUGHTON JRL TV H EARNS CITY TO S Slap Line a Connects K IJ 1 s train on K p m p m 70 REMOVE FROM A medical correspondent of the a suggestion which may prove useful on an to some of our readers Ke savs In of tbe I experienced removing from a patient a Portion ot to ia the which fid not the or needle some other means o became necessary Dry soft whte jite to me Teas a thia piece of wood as to envelop its end This ott applica brushed ence backward over r the corner where foreign substance To mv meas 1 1 was at once by but meshes of tbe silk aod was wa with the greatest of ease il ctica SKR ith v train OQ City Railroad at anl All Kinds of IN A MANNER Blank Books Invoice Books Paper Boxes etc URED To Books Pamphlets Magazines Catalogues Legal Blanks Paper Files Periodicals Portfolios etc IN TUP PEST Best Materials Best Workman ship Highest Satisfaction of on 5500000 IE Bonds with the United States to Secure and JC M C I D P T B H B filled u Excitement A T alamos Store A OAK LOAl OF WALL PAPER JUST RECEIVED NEW STYLES f MEW I am a tine Hue of it cents White Blanks White Browns 1O Browns S Old stock of Satins 16 to 18 Paper Hanging By Competent Men at OR Low Prices by Hands ANB A nue of Scotch Hollands Fixtures and Cornices I aui Sole Apmt of Pioneer Pure Leal Tbe Best In the Market Corner Franklin and Sprins sts PA FA I orx all in the St and Bay and sell and Govern ment Spe ic and Home and Exchange Interest allowed on Tiart CORRESPONDENCE Praters OF CAPITAL Stockholders Individually Liable Boy and United States Gold Collect Interest and do a Ou made on all points in th e Correspondence Solicited Pfl uU STREET THK Titusville Pa HOTEL House Painting Ione with the Best and Workmanship and Walls Tinted at Prices Stockholders Individually Liable Bcv and Sell Foreign aad and Government on all points ia the ill and th a nix per cent allowed on time All work promptly hy A TALAMO AX To provide for payment of interest on the city to provide for a Sinking Fnd and for the necessary of the Ciry for the year 31 Be it enacted aod ordained bv the Coun ci ot ibe City of 1 That the several narced so thereof roay be to the demands of lx aad the same are U the and for thr for the year April lt to the Interest Department Thirtyfive thon sand dollars For a Sinking Kuad eve 14500 For the Water Six For the Sewer For the Fire Foar four For the Police dollars Fnr aad Public housand hundred For tbe of ad fifty For the Street For thousand dollars SEC i That m of There W levied a of fonr and ceat oa the of property as made ami retar take TTTT ot C WILLIAM Gas and Steam TO 15 JEAST 3IAIX STr PA for all kinds of work iai Particular attention to and with STEAM OK HOT an 14 if WATER CRYSTAL SPECTACLES Sight C X T 6 T A L the to ail ket thf be for oar by all mca that for and dis or vision they bare DO every twr are ia Goid Sihrer For by oar ai the k for Xerr York S A i the oid of d by ain mhl tf RUSS No 65 West Spring St in April 26 1ST J J April 29 173 j that The titled A a to ot on tbf d for 2 Slaking aod tor n the Cny for tho March bv x rrt of n dav of V Y K rt Unien Express Company OFFICE 50 Corner Monroe and Spring streets PA D airr in Steam Boilers pro Oil Well Supplies Brass etc Kope HERRINGS September i Tbe of man accused of to aa tbe of this closed at with a ttc r of Tbo for tbe was ai br 11 this ani the afternoon waa by tbe of The no The trial bv tbe greatest satisfactory tne of Nh races Tbe acquittal of Corday Harris was simply tbe result of a fail ure of toe to prod ace aay proof of a intent in any of tbe tbe prisoner accused ecta an D A V t f R i at UiO p m on O C fc A R ins p su traia on D A T A P R R axing via it T Arn on u C i A R p trarn i C i A R R at K froa Corry at rV a c Connects with train leaving a 7n Kric K R TT over ia rH SapX i U S M fe R R K T J A C B Agent Ticket all UNDE RTAK E RS Coffins and of all kinds constantly on band HOWLAND SMITH Civil and Collected at aad ia the A OF Bask ILLE PA to ia on all Oil A M hi city are acw G the locate and tine the Attendance with Hearse at nerals on reasonable terms in J A SAGE MORSE I M StESS OF j BOOTS and SHOES State and 53 55 and i 59 MSI street I ROCHESTER Jf Reduced in AT SS CO York tee ESTABLISHED t a WATCH Tlw o call at A
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