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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1884, Titusville, Pennsylvania THE FIRST JE A J Ifl I IV T II E O I JL E GH O JV VOL XX NO 1 TITUSVILLE PA MONDAY JUNE 1G 1884 WHOLE NO 1510 The Herald PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY C 13LOSH Editor Publisher C 1H59 Tiit HERALD delivered by or by for a yow or iu vacce The Weekly Herald PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Two in advance froo in or Canada Foreign rates KM Oil or marks upon application ftt thO Counting containing important news from all parU all aud telegrams for publica tion tu the ALK communications to HENRY C GRENNER Manager Ta 1S33 PETROLEUM MARKETS FLUCTUATIONS OF CRUDE ON THE VARIOUS EXCHANGES OF THE CITY THE Elver and Harbor passed the House in substantially tho form it was re from tho committee Great efforts were made to swell its already huge propor tion Bidding Opened at 730 Highest 71 at 72 S at 8c Shipments 53593 Charters OFFICE OP TUB JUDO 14 The disinclination of tho market to ad vance was clearly shown today reached as high bidding persistently declined aud closed at THE SHUT DOWN Juno 13 For dny Total for month ivo for month 54 c a p H THE job has been squelched iu Congress Tho making an initial appropriation in the nnd was stricken oat by twentyfour majority Tina action all for this session o 313 H 0X3 c g 33 8282731 3 a 23 G O o W 52 j H2 pi 1135ii 83551 835709 JM 131 Oscin WILDE declared his intention to tench tho world in his marriage that there is ii sphere for high art even iu matrimony Vol at his own wedding ceremony tho saf toru hued garment which brought him such lucrative notoriety was discarded by his brido in favor of a creamy brocade aud satin made by of tho best French dressmakers THE who aro making such strenuous efforts to Mr ay tho candidate of tho forgot that tho Chicago was tho hrst roilly National Assembly as Smith called it since tho of Grant that it was not only a free but a such a they are beating tho air tho first time in six years the people have not only had Heir way but they have had it iu own way and they will not now bo balked at the polls THEY have some peculiar people about Heu Uovo Loug Inland Tho village belle wus married on Tuesday to uut young citizen The guests had all as iu and tho bride was up in hor room arrayed iu her bridal out iit tho arrival of her Hours passed but the groom uot aud it was subsequently developed that he bud left oa the in hand Ous week be fore a village was ready to marry ii yay brunette of the placo who had hilt the available town hearts at her disposal when she packed hor red traveling bag and left for parts unknown A faithless bride ui 1 croom within one week is abig record for even a Long Island village CRUDE Special Dispatch to tho Herald 14 market steady and t ratlins fair d to then declined to 7ic but rallied aud firm at 7U to tho Herald OIL Juno Transit opened lit 7Jo highest lowest closed at 7 Special to NEW YORK June 14 United closed at Dispatch to tho 14 Grade market weak closed at LJj HOMK tu thu NKW YOKK Juno closed at Sj 1iutJADKiPiirA Juno 14 closed at 7jj Jt closed at 7Jc By Associated Irens to tbo LONDON 14 American closed at 1 per gallou relined closed at OJ 1 per gallon 14 American refined quoted at The approximate of the A List of the Producer Who Have Joined the Movement an adequate idea of tho extent of the shut down movement now forming may bo give tho following list of oil firms and individual producers who have joined up to date Oil Company The Union Oil Com pany John McKeown Coast Oil Company Oak Shade Oil Company Emery Oil Com pany J T Jones Ashor Brown H L Mc Tess Oil Company Hughes Rich A Co C C Conroy C B White head Herman Jones A I Wilcox W W Thompson Bayue Fuller Melvin F W Mitchell John L Co Syndi cate Company David Emery H B Porter F W Co J A Johnson While Ensign Conroy Johnson C 0 Camp C E Tucker Fisher Swan Phil W Both H C Rhodes Robert C S Whitney J E Haskell C It William Chambers A K Murray Knapps Creole Oil Co James A W S Watson it Co II L McMullen Co Joseph Bush nell D P H Ford N B Smiley Empire Gis Company Strong ct Co Globe Oil Company Walter A Sullow Northern Oil Company Bradford Oil Company Oil Company Oil Company Johnson it Co it Co C B J Wilson John P I E Dean Atlas Oil Company Young Jc S L Wilson Swan Levons E Y Mitchell P A Temploton Oil Company The Anchor Oil Company Pro Consolidated Land A Petroleum Company John Coast Sous E T JoLuson Co Hamsher it Co Wood Young W W White Benedict L W Young H S Davis French Williard Co Bradley it Co H L J L Wilson Potts Bros The Company C S Clark J H Potts A Sliko P M H Jennings it Sou W J Young J M Fuller Thou JJ C T Wright J C Mc E C it J B Bradley OH Strong J H Van Wormer Oil Com Pacific Oil Company Juno very rapid work has just boon completed in this Hold by Hobor contractor down four wells each 1100 feet deep iu forty eight da vs This includes the lime occupied iu moving the boiler and machinery from one well to another A A LAKE English penny is two cents U of ho 40 cents H mills of the mark Ul cents news of tho full of Berber and tho massacre of its garrison comes to England like a somber foreboding of even greater The loss of Berber must bo re before any effective betaken fur tho relief of Khartoum Tho fallen city is less one hundred miles from the gar risou in which General Gordon is cooped up and is necessarily tho base from which any movement for tho relief of tho latter mast start There is one possible qualifica tion to tins statement If as is reported tho negotiations of Admiral Hewitt with King John of Abyssinia have proved suc Gordon has yot another wiy of escape Hewitt who has reached coast on his way home says that John a treaty which secures free tran sit from tho Soudan thro Abyssinia to Mas on the coast and another for I ho sup Passion of tho slavo trade From this time on news from Gordon will bo watched for ly Kugland and indeed by tho civilized with tm intense anxiety It ought to bo long iu coining for tho rise of the NMi Having begun his steamers should be free FINANCIAL Prices of and Bonds in the New York Markets rty to tin NEW June easy at cent cloned offered at per ccut Irimo mercantile paper quoted at por cent Sterling bills sondy quoted at demand Sl 87 STOCKS AXl per CM old 38ij do now 38 do now 4s 120i Tex Iac hind grts SO Pacific Cd of 1895 Central Iac Erio 2 91 do lilo Ode 14 Union Pac Intt do do SK ij ID do HEISTER CLYMER has and has lost more tmi and abler men than Clymer death called so suddenly last week of her present generation of public men tilt re was none who better merited tho con i tho esteem and tho friendship of its than Mr Clymer Boru of an hon of that strain of ancient blood which has undo so much for the best and most citizenship of the state he an accomplished whom to well waa to admire He was a friend and a highly honorable man Gradu ating with honors at college ho achieved at tho bar early in hia professional following hiH earnest political con ho came into the Democratic party ho was soon invested with public which ho never betrayed In his opposition In the repeal of tho tonnage tax on the floor of the State Senate ho won the confidence pf Hie people and ho held his scat in that body until nominated by tho Democrats for governor in Ho made a heading it himself with eu and ability on tho stamp and with tire less resolution Ho got a larger vote than i Ito that time had over been cast for a this State and though defeated lost in no wise tho ree lwt of his party in the State uor of his at They sent to for four terms whero ho took high and did good service the exposure of tin fraud being by his com and the of that pmn ul devolving him ho has been giving Lis to tho large business interests com to him by hm brothers death But us was very aud very dear to tli Democracy of aud iu too professional business social And political which ho with the gentleman and tho virtue of nn honest there is a mourning for the of Clymer ALL Goodi reduced 25 por cent l JACOB ASP Mobile it Ohio 8 ys 70 New Cunt 51 00 3o IN or pfd 42 Cent Ki Ohio Central Ohio Miss Ohio t MiM pkl jOnt it Oregon it i 20 2H 07 12 JJ H as St St P its RAILROAD Expresi Allegheny CYnt Alton i Alton T 11 American Exp Unr C H AN Can Southern Can Pacific 4 A Ohio Cuts Ki Cued 40 2dprd 7 Chicago A Alton 125 Chicago A 1 Dhi 81 Chi St t i B1 CSt L A 1 pfd 20 CH A C 41 C A C W 1 A Del A Del A AKio 10 Krio 14 Island Erio SI St L A San P 10 Eant Tennessee 4k St L it baa P pfd 30 Tonu ptd 7j St L ASun Fort I St Paul A Bt Joe H A St Joe pfd assist ar A M so Harlem IPS iSt 1aul A 0 27 Texas 28 iSr Paul A 0 i f d 88 Illinois 1aeitic 0 End B A W 11 i Union Pacific 40 Kansas A S 48 Erio A W S St L A 5 Lako Shore 85V W St L A P pfd 18 A Nash 103 Louis A A 12 W U Tel u2 M dt Cin 1st pfd 10 8 M A Cin 2cl pfd 5 Iron Memphis A 20 1J Michigan Cont 3j Minn A St Louis ptd 2 Minn ASt L pfd 11 Missouri 1aeilic 135 THE new Crockery Store has received a fine lice of French China phuu and gilt band aud also a full lino of Maddook Warp the now shapes and lino China plain and decorated aud also liuo French Glass Ware and prices aro low dill anil BOO them Good Stone Ware 7 cents gullon Sportsmen The attention of readers is called lo the advertisement iu this issue of tho Pitts burgh Fire Arms Co iu want of anything iu tho way of firo arimi or sports mens goods will find it to their advantage to to iliia firm for their new catalogue Down the River Special Dispatch to entered store iu St Joe at an early hour yesterday morning and stole iu cash aud worth of goods Richard Walker colored was killed this morning by a boiler explosion at Bald ridge His sou was aud Rudn daughter hurt Tho cause of tho explosion is supposed to be caused by an imperfection of boiler KENO Shall Titusville Have Lovely Pleasant Resort in Prospect blithely the buglehorn Chido on tho Iho How sweet at ovo tho lovers Chime when groves were still and And luvo in Iho H Ivor How on thu ear full Tho cill Only twenty years hivo elapsed since Ti was but a ham let of two or throe hundred inhabitants and now it is to bo one of tho charming aud towns iu tho whole country Wealth nud cultivated tastes have iV into a city of homes having almost every for a life of comfort aud which ad ded to its groat natural advantages of health ful climate delightful make it equal to any town iu tho Eist or iw a place of residence 13nt there is ono thing aud that is a hike as a placo of resort easy of where her citizens may spend a day or n few hours with their families in recreation One of our citizens Mr K T Hull has conceived a plan where by this want may bo supplied Ho has wilhin a drive of this oily ou plank road a natur al basin located in u most romantic and beau valley through which runs a rapid stream of pure cokl water This stream known at present by the classic of McGoe Hun can bo and by this menus create a of row Uvo to tun acres in Tho is by high hills with trees and to it nro wild ravines with almost This property consisting of about acres can bo purchased at a low price With comparatively espouse it can bo converted into a paik which romantic beauty would bo unsurpassed Tho lako can bo stocked with a of In Hummer it would make a delight ful placo to row or sail and in winter a skating pond Mr Halls piau tho building of an hotel which ii to bo kept opou and winter We hope to soo tho project carried out fully aud we foel suro that Mr Hulls well known ability aud enthusiasm in any object I but has iu view tho welfare aud prosperity of will ensure Its if it be tho Cricket Matth The second cricket match of the season was played at tho Emery grounds ou Sutur dav afternoon and wan well attended Tho jaino was aud close aud tho fol lowing is tho Coburn C MM b Loverock 2 A c Loe b Loverock 2 Coady Dr b Loo McKoo W T b Truesdell F W c Lee b U Kellog C c b 0 Maudell A stumped Loo b 1 Fletcher E b E M c Wallace b Lee 0 B b Lnc 0 Hasted E W b Lee Hyde run out 0 Home Goo b LOP C b Mitchell Oscar b Loe Morse C F b Loverock C F uot out EIGHT PEOPLE KILLED IN A COLLISION OF TRIANS ON SATURDAY Careless Trainmen or Operator to of Those Killed are Passen Seriously By Associated to tho Herald PHILADELPHIA train from Atlantic City on tho Atlantic rail road ruu off tho track at Lakeside this morn ing Tho following avo killed West engineer 13axtor engineer Walter Vaughn Albert Smith conductor Scott Hilos Nicholas Barber Many are injured The accident waa due to a collision dear Ash land between tho 7 u ui express from At City aud a train of a few cars bearing au excursion party of tho Second Presby terian church of to park Palmer leaves a wife nud three Ho was the oldest engineer on rosc tor loaves a ana four children Vaughn leaves a wife Smith loaves a wife aud four children All thoso reside iu Tho is unknown was also killed Tho accommodation was com posed of an engine and seven cars Tho Park consisted of an engine and two ours Tho latter woro tilled with women aud children Iho excursion train loft nt this morning Just previous to Iho departure ft dispatch w jB forwarded from tho superintendent to tho operator at station directing tho ac commodation train to lio ou u siding there until after tho excursion train had passed It is uot known whether tho order was rc sout or whether tho conductor and engineer of the accommodation the oidor and kept on with tho Tho trams together with terrible ou a milo wont of Doth engines and tenders were demolished Edwards u young man nt was crushed lo death Frank Foutou of ho road residing at lived but n fow moments after be ing extracted from tho wreck His daugh ter ou tho train Tho following nro re ported to bo injured Henry Ducts special residing iu scalded and hip broken Leonard hooper of n shooting gnl lory ul Lakeside Park back hurt and badly scalded Frank excursionist The Approaching Aggregation The word aggregation has been monop by showmen to represent tho which they have gathered together and aro preparing lo exhibit to tho public for ho usual of admission Bobbins aggregation appears iu this city aud Mr promises to present to tho people of a very fine street pageant excellent and ouo of tho best circuses that has over boon soou here Reports speak well of his entertainment of his cleanliness excellence tho gentlemanly manner in which it is con Charles W Fish tho champion rider Martha aud Pauline tho well known equestriennes and n host of other celebrated artists corno with tho exhi and will be soou during Iho perform ance Tho giant horse which stands ono bunds high nud weighs n ton and a quarter will also bo noon iu tho tonts The struct parade will bo at 10 a m and there will bo performance afternoon and night W R WEAVER L EMERY JE Bradford Bolivar and Clarendon I PARASOLS reduced tii por cunt at leg broken aud hotly John twelve of injured WuJ aged on feared ho hvo Joseph express agent badly injured Al Glen ly injured Cora twelve of aud her brother aged sixteen hurt Louis McLean of tho train injured the head John 1J and of Berlin excursionist woro inter nally injured H lland of Ateo right hand Honry C Chew Atco hurt about body J G Warner Oily contused George SI George Atuo right arm nows badly J H Sooy cut about the body The operator at if with being for tho disaster HU could uot bo ascertained He IK to bo a now man Several others were shocked but in jured The were placed under immediate medical and to Cam don After tho out of the em by tho windows The steam it impossible for some lime for any one to ap proach within fifty feet of tho wreck There was great excitement among Iho people in tho two trains tho women and children Tbo sight after the accident wad The where tho is one of tho on tho Tho wus at therate ot twentytwo mi I OH per hour ut the lime of the collision The League Record forged In tho front this week and uow holds quite a lead over Providence The relative of all tho league clubs in as follows A Blessing The paia iu all hm joints over was now ho to the of a whi u its condition mid Din wore of that those who most loved him thought it would bo bettor if ho rare called At this time physicians iu this city in Liis thill ho was in imminent auger of total paralysis aud directly after they announced to his sorrowful mother that they could give uo hopoi of his recovery At this tho icni na was and iu nix weeks WM LINCOLN well uml itt work PIIRO 2U of Dr tils of Life got it from your A Card To who are from the errors aud of UCH early decay loss of I will a that will curd yon OF Thm was covered by a ia South America Soud a to the JOSEPH T INMAN Station D Now York City POWDER Absolutely Pure This powder never varies A marvel of purity strength and More economical limn thu ordinary kinds nud cau uot ho sold in with tho multitude of low tost weight alum or phosphate cans HOVAL Co 100 Wall Now York Mill Second National r health depends on tho purify of your blood People who thin ara Inking Hoods with tho best W o UJ rt O 3 O er O 5 o H I o a Providence New York I 2 4 2 a 21 ill A 111 Wholesale and Retail Agents for the Improved ting Wax Strings Far superior to the old Sealing Wax Self Sealer and equal to solder It is simple twice as cheap to the and far more re liable No dirt smoke stench or burning wax which is a nuisance It costs only 30c to seal 100 cans A child can seal as fast as a can or jar can be filled Call and see samples E K THOMPSON CO Wholesale Druggists 8 and 10 Diamond St PA Capital This Iho o Paying on In in ilk I UK KK ul u ii n I Tor in rale of I com per CHAS HYDE President W C HYDE Vice President Q C HYDE C F LAKE Asat Cashier WM M C F LANK O M U P T J I1 II IJ 1OJITKK COMMERCIAL BANK under the Uw of of Drafts on Principal Cities Stocks Bonds and Bought And Sold COLLECTIONS Ml and A Banking Business The Blake Steam Pump THE GENUINE SNOW PUMP 1 The Joel layden Brass Co THE DUPLEX INJECTOR The Lewis Patent Valve THE NEW YORK RUBBER COMPANY iron TUBING CASING AND PIPE Combined und 33 fo v OL R K Jr H AMES 0 17 17 C 10 18 2 M 25 U 10 2If U 20 3G Jua h 5 Fox W h G Neill h 0 A Btd h 1 J B b 1 ii Fuller o b J A b W H c Hydr b LADIES should remember ft beautiful results from using Ackers Blood Sold by C E Peck at f 1 tind Logan Men women to sell the lives of the Republican candidates the Plumed and Wur Eagle comI J S run out puid Torm free Send fQ cents W J not out for outfit which will bo sent by next mail wo will return tho 50 couts when you order three First come first sup plied N G Hamilton Jt Co 345 Superior St Cleveland 0 c ami b G h Jj Itob nMn n b Leu John c b 4 W b Coudy J J hompson b Co dy 0 li a b Coburn 0 Cleveland 0 Detroit 1 Base Bait Saturday By A Press to tho At Providence Boston At Detroit Chicago 2 030003100 Detroit 1 0 0 1 1 X 0 05 At Philadelphia Philadelphia 20000 3 008 Now York I 0 0 a 1 0 0 0 0I At Buffalo Buffalo 2 020001008 0 003000 205 Hotel Tie Hotel ii O It COMMERCIAL MEN AND GENERAL PUBLIC THE JOHN L McKINNEY Prest E 0 Vice E C HOAG DIRECTORS i W B ROBERTS JOHN JESSE A T T SEEP JR E HOPKINS JOHN J R 0 JOHN L IRON or ENGINES AKD BOILERS AND PORTABLE Steam Pumps Blowing Engines Mansion House The Weather By Associated Tress to the Herald Tho for tho Lako Region are warmer fair weather winds from cast to south and lower 5 4 NEW stock of Laces very cheap at JACOB To the Public For the next three mouths from I will reduce nil prices on work just onehalf from former figures For ordinary key winders 7fio Former price For 7rc Former price For stem winders Former price For from Toe to Former price to Tho best in for 15c Former price 25u For American clocks GOc Former iu same COc Former price f 1 New piu tongues in brooches 5c Former price lOo AuJ all other work clone proportionately low The bust material used aud all wotk warranted I have also reduced the price ou my goods BO low the public can uow wear the bent quality of jewelry at tho same price ebony trash has previously been gold for at other places Having recently engaged Mr P 8 Allen one of the most skilled in this part of the I have uo in saying that his work wilt give be best of satisfaction I B ELEGANT and FIRSTCLASS IH The HOUM 111 with nil modern im k central location in of to ill waving and The in thoir no to meet ihi uf Z MARTIN Proprietor L PITTSBURGH F CO 66 Fifth Hotel to ihe TRAVELING PUBLIC HAVING A SAMPLE BOOM AND BAR Attached being girou lo tho public POLITE ATTENTION GOOD BOOMS TABLE WARREN P LOVE FOR WATER OR ACID Stills Storage Tanks and Tank Can Pipe Line Tools and Supplies for Oil Welli Stw Milli J R BARBER CO GENERAL OF THE W U 110JJ1511T5 Ii I1 HEADQUARTERS FOR Guns Rifles Revolvers Fishing Tackle Cutlery Glass Balls Clay Pigeons Hunting Suits BaseBall Supplies Police Goods Lawn Tennis In dian Clubs DumbBells GOODS Or EVERY ftr pige conts for postage ami free a contly of goodH which will help you fro than anything in All of either acx succeed Irom honr The broad road to fortune to workers At ThDE i CO No 3 1871 Life and Accident Fifty Million Capital Oil a Iu I run NOTICE Oi NATIONAL Co OIL UITY In 3d 1881 Tho patrona of Iho National Transit Co nrc nil upon hooka of tho National Tramit Co nt Ilio ning of 2 and all ing prior to dale arc lo an of of ono jier cent or on a in paid oil on of by lire of Juno of tank United No 298 located at Karns City county 1a OD AY General W B ROBERTS SON nnd Hoi mm m DOMESTIC Government Securities on all Points in the Oil Regions Ail 1 throughout tho United States And do ft Banking Business EDWIN FULLER Cashier THE EBBITT u a Fow Inw Anthracite and Bituminous COAL Wood Lime Cement MARBLE DUST FIRE anil MA LATH and PLASTERING HAIR HILLS SEWER PIPE Tilei for Oven ITie Land BONE SUPER PHOSPHATES I KP Etc EDWARDS BROS On B K Y 4 P BT and D AV P S R OFFICE AT COAL ARCH 1ST BEAR OF U
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