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   Derrick (Newspaper) - November 13, 1885, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                VOLUME SECOND Kill DAY NOVEiMBKK IFRICEFlVK NUMBER 50 RAILROAD MANY PEOPLE BADLY amite Disaster in olters a Disturbance In o coaeh ss awitch Mid Bad Railroad November A fright ful wrwk OLcurtvd nt tm ttiiRdtiuiure at 7 uVWk thi Traiu through exprvfs from Baltimore to 1itts fousiatitiK ot n t two luggugd ami OLO Van into a awit completely Tlw nwjw nver ua embankment tutu t tie Yunghi otjheny The other ears Hud whole trnin was dit ached froiu tbo SuUou ware but Doua kilKl Aiuuny the injured aw member uf from the Faytlte John collector of internal rev cone for the 2ld Imiimylvauia district legil of Iho Balti more A Ohio company HIR collector of iutfruiil revenue for the U2d district LHOV Bewick bnruolj believed to bo injured imeimdlv back aaraiuM scalp wound badly unknown hands Nona of the wounded are believed to dnagsroualy mihsa it is Coiig rraminu whoee condition is not but believed to bu lUfJiltoaa ttifele ww badly sprained and Collectors Uiwliug and were The mvitlent dis HrrGugMl the telegraph wires und it was 10 oclock when tha following par ticular of the accident were rscsiwd Ute cxprtBa woanbont JO miuntea late it reached ihe place whore the acci At quary the truck uiakon a sbarp turn aronml the a chert distance back from tug There is a switch at the com meixvnieot of W uelher one had loft the switch partially open or is cot Yet Thu oflicinla nf tho roadsav it was tampered evidently with ibc object in of causingthe Hwl thtawitch been the train would have gone into it all right and could hare beon stopped be fore any damage done As it thfetrum conld not go on neathor and tho rosolt nas thp pogiite ilashed along tlio twiriDg up the track and causing couubefl nml sleeper to break loofie inl dnsh over the einbaok ineut in the wildest Tliu aleeper rolled orer and over and stopped with its fiide if the of tho thirty feet Two toachea at the waters The baggage car went into tho Tbero wara liianj passengers on board and tho eccno that followed was one that beggared Grits of the in jiinii were heard from every fright pasaengtrs flprany rom tliK wilidowi struggled with iv b other to escape the rolling cars Faila of pain from eome who bud lieen caught iLcdheld within the Tbiwe scaped without iujnry wvro too stortltd R time to muder I bey began the A sent to Conuellsvill for medical nnd in n short time a corps of phTfiicianfl was up on a Then i After d ut tbo thay had thnn iuR tho wounds rite is u thi thia city tho train r moved to liotela at where they re every attention that could be taem by tbe rfiilmatl company The wreck raised great cxritenuut in nud for honru aftorwai jieople hurried to the seme of the nee The track wia blocked aud ten up BO badly tbut uo trains got through until this The report of tho rreck reached thia cily alxjiit J oclock this morning and csnced aa it was prominent men of vrere wpected on DRadly llfim bnvo bttn of a iltstree hing ncciOent which cccnrred nenr thi little villago ot 25 tnilmnortl this lililo rear old daughter of Jacob r r nnd stone inno picked np a large ilynamile cftrl forlirnvy and thre1 Jt into tho kitchen A lorrillc ni jjloaion nbnttoring tbn house killing tho girl nml fatally iojurirjR Mi Jlbrin and eerionslv mtltilntiuK oil mpmlers of the Tbe child and arms were torn fruin th its head lning found finite n dia ianco from the lionFK attached to a por tioo of the family dogs flip miiror ntood by tbo little nidi The Loud Divorce Xowwlwr vittls givf tho following sub tted Ycaivrduy Inforrt llio divorce court tbiitcitT by Ellou iu ugaiiist htr Ihomas u buuker Ou the moruiuR after the wedding tit lha or New hu threw uieou tht I ought uot to miud if tie n woiilftnri After our fturu to Ikwtou weal lo bturtl at the loVtTi uiv thwti trciitttl UP orntlh on oue ooiasicn lw us Ho ntutrjutttlv illtreating oiio light ho abut me up in the Out Eiime tbiuK was routiuutvl the itit and I slept ill ths bath u Moudav follow Sun I went to lits illitf wid tuld him 1 novor could go met to I cried Ml on my Hirt mother cnme in nud wnu tho He tnld aud he dout you etriko bcr then atitiok me ncrusa tbp I ixl from llw almost aud to my tolling her I hud left iiy I took Utjtoua yu the vio iu from OU and my husband broke or burued my reqnently guvrt mo what he called tie Irecinu bend which was pfrform by tiikiufi mo by tbe arms uud fiuR mu backward and strik ug cue with his He rould put my fett ou bid fewce ihe dining room when 1 the waiteB muat peeu him and ou one occasion wheu my sisteie nt the Uofore I WBB nittrripd I invested in Lands but never returned it to I had a Tedtliufi aome gold from Cai ia nud Gold U nud the lie proinisid mo S3 v pocket but ho would givp me a bill aud then tako it and be poekotbpok my nlher gove Hu ibreatcued to throw in my aud on ouu hreateued to shoot On OUP ocoa when were company Ixmd ordertd chniupuigua and a ladydeclined Hf eclurfd thnt if sho would uot take t one way aba ehouM thrsw lie gluHs aud wino into lier it the Itevere house loud struck me in the brttaat and chjketl and ofteu hestrnck mo the causing me to faint and remain iusenaiblb for sev eral The ciuw is still The Heathen The Chinese merchants of this city lave sent to Jreaident CleveJand tba ol SHERIDAN DISCUSSES INDIANS Green Raums Dicker With tie of John Tn his the 1retident of the Ouited Statue of Amerion At a mettiug of ths Chiueee merchants of this city held thw allowing rtaolutions After the many ont rages committal upon fallow countrymen inlnwleetidiBlriitfl iguornuland wicked mnn itfMVfH the Cbineao merchantsotNow Rreat and plenflnre to learn thopreHiiltntuf thoTJniledStnttH nd tho American people issued Bn jllicial pfodamntioa to protect our peo reilief3 Ihe wronge ilanft tbe punish the nnd prevent by uia yreat power R repetition of thu ao tious which have caused much stuTer and We deeire to our gratitude and thank tbe President for his rightwiiia his courage aud ove of osanro him he fans ocrensetl onrhdmirntioniBud veneration his and wisdom and our nud obedience all his alco HEsure him that onr ntryroen in tho United States will t dpavortu bnopat ni rabidiug citizens always auxious eiifrir to olAy and enforce biB and EO promote that prosperity nnd which is dtar to them ns to the great officers und writers in hia We iiiHtruct onr to mterpril tliia into Englieh nnd feud the EBOJO with tho expicsniunn of our esteem and Ttcern tiou to his the Iresi Given nt onr municipal chambire the fifth ninth llth year of thft reign of Kmperor Kwong A Lost The poling were notififd Inst night senrclt for Lwlin ol formerly nttorney Ren em tbe recent of tbo nuivcraity and a few ycara mnco n can for Mr Kmsfitt wns last EWII iho Cold htmsj Tuesdnv On nnd Hnndny nightfi lie ia naiil to Imvt been in i prominent Uronilway billirrd but DO truce of bia moveaitintt can foutiil from thnt time until MOD dny night at hnlfpnet when hu reg al the Coltman a The Herald pnys ODonovnn Rnset wftuls n place in tbe custom Hi a liirtli on his nlnlitira nnc General Stieridans Indian of tbe address to the president v ibf from ths lete ilahonk in which they rd him to in bin rniwcnge to e tidinu lands iu fl relations might be Gen H Sheridan said lust evening I have vu udvocjiting that tliiug for nearly iJO nud if my had tin adopted wlwu I tlret tuadfl uny tboudnQdA of livtd nnd millions ot illiirs wight have IMWH My plan to fivu each fumily 320 aud reservation at iiii au acre snd av for il iu 4 per ctut The in port the buy thorn cat lio and ultnral implvmenLi and hire good in to tuacli tlifiu Take a Crow for where i have to much tiwublo keepiuR thilu 1113 It pmbmcoti the bert luuit iu thf owned by ont fumtlici each family 0 BCttiiHis of land and thu prOCiHxls the of the remainder of the laud mild Ins at Uirti The inter t on tbls wiiulj give about S00 a year ami tliat would givtUiein 1 tbe money tbe The same true of all the imlinn It oat tbe government to keep out of the Tudiau Ulritory st keep entltuM off from that aro tiUbouKti tuey are iluiiblo aud are briugiug their owners Theeo if wild just like w Cunv ifttfivnliun woul bring ift interertt of which ttiutld tha Indians The Indians ara lerictiwt Inud owners in the nl their iroepirtty ia not bringluR tlnm ai Pay Not Tlicswoud controller of the treasury tlw ot S29U in the no aunts ot brigadier eneral of which amount ha eceived us full pay allnwrtucea ot ft geueral from March 2 to March on ground Ihat wlula lie nominated aud conBruieil aa briga isr gcneml in be did not cwpt hia commission or rejKirt for tity until March Tbe claim is bebidf of General Itaum thnt he the commission as rigndier genftnil March or and reforek entitled to comnensutiou tor intervening time belweon thnt date and Miircli The couiptroller saya ho no proof to mistiiiu tbe and olds even if it ia shown General Kaum fho March 8 be ouiil nnt entitled to compwufeution ir the iieriixl Ivecnusft wao Iwent without leave and performed ua militurv He thenfort1 ccncluded lenernl Ilnum chnrgonblu wilh the mount iu Civil ivil comuiiwiou hnti directed tht wnnl of nl York to cer ft lo the collector in thocace of the ei miuation for tliu whole nuru ft ouco of foiiinl eligible wmie UO placing soldiers first in thb order of Resignation The nEipiialinit of thiilford Uart rrgistcr of the land office at tao fimp ot tho Tlio mother ieP9 n collectyrship Itolh limbs broken ntitl htr iKxly of port wu Bllt ijim jf0 a P boupe ytstenlay nndloudl iniiuticofl bin iufiiHnn of efxrnritig n Iricbtfully mutilated in reRJon of hfr Sbo had HOI IKIIIM bill in bought not fatally f thu wiw fv Rrcat fw Ui RUftt portioist Of the building for miles Revision of tho Novcmbrr A Wtwili FpHTial thn subjtct of tho of thn rtiles of the hoiiRo nt tbo wfaifin is alfrnctintr gBnrral nt ictition and of spent n cuntiiikrnMe pnrl of the fommor in ileviAinff n syfttin of IIw view is to ntmplify tfifm find nimrotrfita llin Miwer in tbo hnndu of Hint on proposed to nxlnco tho nnnsbor of to 15 nnd after n inpwinre hfifl ronin from the oommittw of the wlioln i it iKfurn tlin honra three ritiyfl it BbnH In order to cut off filli Inj ate ring be muring tho previona thna rinbling the niojcrity to Riotous NnvrmofT ratting of tho firm of KaufTmnn wbirh him iu progrw fo limn Ixcwiso they rbfnwnl to union niuniinMl n now Chft firm hitl plawtl Rigna on the Mrwl nn find tbrt wyrUingnicn inndo in ftl tbrt drivflM nnd to horn to rpni iicrn will Ixt pcl vo Jiitiientmnn Pf Tlonn nn mimn ol nifnwi to InVn nnt n y nrfl of 1 4 stml mnd aro thrown llm but no ono wiw Jcputyfl He wnnted to nee tin mil the collector wasnt Prominent Waft Street Broker Dead NBW many yenrR n prominent fty inin Whll diwl mt niglit of knl Mj Pnring the Iflnc Kriilny iinnicin 18G lio ny notild1 most trustvil Tbe lef v Ofibonie is pstimatwl nt frnm to HiIfiives Fife mill noli Bennett The raiit for libel brought by of npaini of the New Vor for ywlRnlay termiiin 1 Riidiletily in the finpreme urt I counsel utfennft to fitIt lo i it waa Tbe First Keen AH tbo jiaius by which rhftimiBtinm ilfi iiro fitixrienocd ntler every It ia clninni thnt Hood HntHftpariMn ift n for rliHiniittie we doubt if there is or run such Hut tho rwncfitpd b HootVti murant ni in urj inp otlirrH who nnlftf from rliRiimiitifi to tnkfl il Ihifirft kru tningn A fiiin lino of nnd rob lit Htoven by cord or MoUiirnioo WB1W IIIIH been John of New hrw lietn appointed a ptcial pxmiiinur iu ths Too Much for Novemlwr Willwr found ot murder was hnHight into court and quite R stir by fiuntiug when tho mlgo Iwgau to ptouotidcu llw death ujrfjn When rratorcd to snws hocoulil not wit up and loctura adviGCil Itia prisoner to coll till bnt Judge Ward Icclimd Olid declared bia inttntiou to with the The sheriff id hnilifTrt plucoil the ujwu P able where he lay palf nnd tt pnrtiallT recovend from the the court jndpmunt ir short imftiiired und an inler flifm in tho prisoner1 Fnhnmry JC ifl fixed HB thidny of McCullougti Laid to Novenibfr RUHnl of honor comixwed of mernlwrs of the ItiilthklpUla sevtinu of the Beuevo leut Order of iUks watched over the rti mninf of John MiCullonch last and thU muruinfi ht 8 oclock tho doord of Grtrgffl Riving entrauco to the Rpaciourt roura iu which tbo thrown und the public ailmit Among tbe throng were uiniiy fneoa furuiliar io the patrons of but therd werfl enough uitn in other walks ot lifti to demouBtnito thnt John McCullough conntetl as miuiy frifnda out of hid pro feaeiou as he ilid in Tbe waa hiddiu almost by Jioral which were flunked with lerna and Tlw coujii rtatad apoii ly iu frOUt of the nud floral pieces rpotwl upon ths th mmt iif fecting of which wns H simple bunch of while tluwrni aud by H lit lie pirl whom iioouu Thia wns Hit iuRcription on the cakot lid JOHN DIED In his fi3d On tho onteide of the on Thir teenth Piieh a crowd wns collected that even the Bteiuiy stream of peiple which circulated through hid did not eeem to diminish It is said nearly people viewed tha features of ihe dead actor imd that fully foiled to gain Tbe family ot dwid nclor occupied ewita at the head of the hall nearest tho it wwt afler 11 oclock the solemn perriooa Hunter rend saloc tioDF from tho holy The tioiw selected were two of tbo aud tba ICtli chapter of First Then the My to was enuji by Misa liertbs When last fniina of John JIaelntoeh made a ouchJug prayer when this wia over Morton sang the Toiling Cometh Tlie df tbe KensiuRtou reebyteriiiu made iiict Upon the roucinaum of the ex ercifiva at tbe tha remains werH ivin in charge ot the Philndelpbia see oa8 of thu in con unction with their brethren frcuii Now Chicago and other eworted Ihom tu Mouiiuient letery after performing thP mprtssaive riteo of the the rLmuius rote conveyed to the vmilt wLere they rill remain fur the Captured at November was here ywterday of tho cnptum ifter dwpornte of Itiley who baa for 1G rnoutliK avoided arrtst for hilling United States Conirawaioner Mc Donald ui Picketl U wan known for some months that Pyle was living iu he mountniua iienr his bnt the forces were unable to locate ileceutlv it was learned that he wns near Kentucky lintnnd n posso found him after n perilous journey throngh the Iyle refused to surrender nnd a pitched battle was in which Kiloy Pyle was ahot in tbe William bfs iinii Tbomua Kidwell being dnugerously Pvle ftt last gave up iml medical nttenliou given the Kilev Pyle will btormiyueil for obtrud ing Comrciejionpr JIcDonnlcl in tbe dis charge of The federal conrtn not ing jurisdiction in murder Pylo can nlao bo triod in IVkctt couuty tor Two SAN November coroners jury in tho JJowpra alleged jisoning cneo rendtrwl two vordiclH Into lant night signed by live ot the mx jury It charges IJowura with mur dering his wife by administering poison the remaining juryman fiml siinplr that DoworaMeath wan cansetl by lulrainialeretl by her The cor oner brut not yet eigned if believed he will sign tho first umiitiouix Railroad Men Nyvember crows of brnkeraen on the Illiuoin railroad etruck for nn in creaeo ot Sfi Hir month in Hilary ami pnyment of nil over time nnil Hutnlaj homo of them clnim to le jwllwl to tho rwid liO iiniim iA s ft in expert oil thM many othur crewa will jniri tho strikra A httwkof tnbln cut lory at HI Sudden November Contain Vincent bnni mao of hrgirly ongaget it on Iwnnl tho ptonrnrr ioMen Jrowu of He wnn on his south for Hie iwnoiil of his j aged one of thn oldest rmninterB of Ihn Mcllindist Epis copnt church in uiot emiMenlj nt bin borne in kit Cut in November wngea of nil tlin of Iho Culehrookdalo works worn rpdnceil ycfitrdny 0 pfr A number nf iron ore mines nloiig thn Kiwi IVun rnilnmd which workel nendily during tho pout seanon nru nrrpnrink to clrtso This will throw prvcnil hnndrcvl men out of em ployment for mon work nt GO per day during the uninrncr with no work in llio LniUvitr I have taken tlm ngcncy for the ShetxTRan Mineral which in nil nwpfctfl ii equal to tbo bo Hides having I bnvn nlflo their Ginger Ale in tho manufacture of which thia wfttor in All who try almvo gooln will use them in piofflreiico to any other in tliA Iliillip BeetR IJeer tnr niflhotl as Photoii Beer for fnmily Tlio It ia j t up nnd fjorked like All pnrticfi buying lirjuora nnd winod ohoiild not fail fo look over mj na tboy will oompnro favorably with tbe bwt in tlid AH pnrtiiiH buying Ono Dollnrn worth or over of tobncoo or will he TjriiwmMAV An effwt oiiflling wilbont n cauto i an lickitug in the tliront biiskiiicsi of the vmlont oingliing nrti tlo etTectnof a tpvpri1 Dr Jnlln Cough Synip UK cold ai once iiml fenmvea thoBfrioiiH The Last Month in Oil City oi the Nov elty It will people of this city ant vicinity to call nnd ttie Inrgi atock of goods which tho Novelty Stori ia now offering at greatly rciluml pricop aa tnoy intend lo close their store lively thin They hfivn tliolnrg est BFeortmeot of blnnketx nt priraa lowe than over before soon in this Chronic Looseness of the Bowels ultn from imperfect Tli rauso liw in ttw lorpiility of the regular bnbit of cnii m wcuriH b taking Siramrmn Mver Rpgubtlnr t to Htimulnto tho dull and filng giflh liver nnd ri1 HIP Bystm fifciccssr ftiul poieonoim rim Kignlnlor reels aridity of lie dyi pepain nnd permnnently rrguln ity of tin1 bowels nhkit freti frotu cost von I hnvo never or tried eunli antififnotoiy nr plfnsnni rfnedy in my lite ni Uvcr Oil Cily Tout Il Knifttiln ff Mi nf tlm firat nril thiril in KMlw nny viitins i rlty viriltkllT For go to iho Perr Competitinn Urn Bco tl now ftlook of Mnllnrniofi bloo nnst to before yi LADSTONES eads Band of quake in Army Cutting Into The Press on jOSixWi November Scottish wrsl Dflwepupcni todity commenting fiddreaa at Edinburgh geuerally condetcu Hie ie Scotsman gives it faint iiraitso and ya it UUevea people will routiuue ow i Olaagow Herald saya Glnd forward too No sootb g words will affect tha diseatahlishmeut The Glasgoar Mail nave Thaapefwh d better been us ii disappointtfleiiL The Reriew cays Jneteml uuitVt the baa im iurahly extetided tho rlfta m tbe lib il The Scotland Couraut says Qlnd DUO deluged the liberals with cold Tho TimraooniiueQtinr ou Glad 3 Bpeochsaya thnt regrets io be lied to douy hla the riefl church n to tbe It bad beon forcxl by 0 While if tbo creased friendly tone of eppeoh toward c English it Tbo Ian ango is guarded and measured aud wan rung from tho leader by tbo igtpctea of jwlitical no fnuih expression of hie per uftl connection Kiting tbe question and the country has against how HOOH thu radi Is will tw IQ In Editor Steads ooiuwitej today Keniled 100 Bynqwthizera Stead marched tothe home ico to petition for the release of cad Varley Hlouu aa admitted to the home and leu he to tlie street hu iu rmeJ the crowd that tbo ofliciala hml y iusuHwl This anuouuco eut waa received with The theu interferedBud compelled the to more Van Tho dizziness which wtw tho Iacse of e fall Alnbama i was produced by ie He has since taken Id and is somewhat lffl visitors e permitted to see November greattiro ia ocourred Uun Maiiy yarehoneoB wore gutted tid tin enormous amount of damage Two blocks were originnteil iu IJehrnoa i p plug The firemen had any escapes falling wai la tbeir eniienTom to subdue the CBP estimated at Autumn This was tho third day ot the Liver 001 autumn race The race for ho autumn cup wac wou by tJoutliwicVa threeyearold Kil eeuo threeyearold ndv CaMlprpigb Bccoud and Man nH Thpbais Petition The governing committee ot tbe stock xcliniigB hri rejected tho petition of tho DgHsh association of Americuu bond oldtTH for Mm quotation of certiiicjices ssued by ttiu apsocintiou in exchange foi nwrifian honJs and although the petition was strongly supuortwl by QIiuv London nud Liverpool Steamer November junt eceiycvl from Mandalay ntfito that tho urmeau detained thu steamer hicb vena sent to Mandalay to bring war and threaten to burn cr if slio altempta to Tho for i g tiers are not allowed IWITO Mauda Tlia Eritiahexpeditionaryforce un er Oeaenil Pendergabt will cross tbp ot Burmnu on Holiday The itilla is now ready and compriBea 45 flnta nnd floating tho aitur being fitteJ out from BIX of tho arftist barges Each ot tho floating bat priescarries two 00 pound howitzers nd nro attended by nrmeil Ituinclieo Velva 25 onnd siegn gnnn arc mount d on tho The uumbcra camp JiOO miilcfl and two A Vote of November Aostriai ywtenluy nnanitnoaaly adopt pd a vrto of conDdenco in Count Knlna ya foreign Earthquake November fiharp ehocli if earthquake waa felt Inst evening n Sti Persists He Did November the convict cent to tho penitcn inrr for 10 years seven montlie ago fron 3nrroll nnd who confessed th murder of Hinun n retired fnr of on 1R night of Frb rnnry wns brought into conr and in rcflponno to the nant Raid he did not winh au al anil pleaded On boin inked by Judgo Killom if he under fitood th full import of bia nn ilint ho wan liable to bo Yonn replied that ho was folly nwnro of II nnd perfliBtod in pleading Biiid tha thft court must Bn thifl is nmong the most natoniatiing uu recoid Ihn idea of a mnn coming bore and fnlerins thin plea is nlmost Iwyon and thfl court will not enter n pie nf guilty until ho has taken romo moan uros to nscnrtnin regarding your RJifiil nnd POO wLcthor yon aro responsible fo your Young proloatrd ho know win he wan and to write ont bnt Jndgn Kplloni would nr dia ami will fall n jury io loft his TELEGRAPHIC Ttio smallpox casce in Montreal HV nutubcnxl 32 total deaths since the utbrtak Too cccurrvd st ucbeo The English government has decided tippoiut 11 comctiffiioQ to inquire into uorkiugt of the education act uud tdtioii of voluntiiry Charlie of US yearn of baa fallun eir to by the death of his Mies Mnry of Lou A lurye crowd of factory girla loday obbed Edward tho mimlwr if parliament for aud him in a most iiiinoful At N Horace Bogan and rod Shuupy wcru buried Wednesday by e cavinij u of a Sboruy bo eved to be futully Bogaiis vly was uot Owing to a brokeu wheel four freight ira on the Omud irowii froui at nnd badly Alaiau er Miluts was therto eatfpmed wore rday found guilty rapa and all sen need to imprisonment for The in court while ceutuucd waa being ronounocd wiis Stralford thewellknowD memberpt this years Canadian ternatiouiil yesterday pleaded uilty of larwiiy aud waa remanded for During the foot biillmatch Stratford wen the otbes of aaternl utchea uud ohiitua nnd J22 iu Warden ya m instanco the gobda mnnu cturtd by conviciti uuder the atata HTU inpot wiiliready to wholesnlo Oue thing mo ia that on no occualou hiive I boon Hgeil to wll below market la better for tha workiagmen than p contract On NEW eal to tho Post uowu Uiat n special metBeDgariaon ay fo oUlpialdocument roin tho governor general y ordering ierifT Chftplwiu to proceed the cutiou ot according in commuuicatioii receivedby Bishop Kiel ortiou of his time iu lio has ritteu a f lire well epiatiB lo wife and aud to ii resides in Within the last few days ex a precautions bavo been taken to pre any guards oea umounted patrol IB al iya on dulynnd the uimanding ofilcar of and eur on are permittwl within thn celll Dowri Fifty J inrly this freight train ou u Hrifl road wan derailed hear owu by a wheel cojuiog ofT a car as the rain wns over Hanipden Iiich is 100 feet a nd 50 Tho carsworo piled ou iuh other nil over the aud sev ral wont into the currying witli iem two Jaince Canantord nd Csnuaford hart a IOR HUM ribs Oerst ia hndly Gas November oiplosiou f giis lit Pine irou works vil ago today in a building where gns wns omuufuctural for private The gnu Mcnped from vccsels daring iho anil when the place wns opened hia morning n torriQo explosion took aliiikiug up tbo entire naighlwr Jeremiah Zeigley and William Bnugbter were friglrtfnlly bnt will probably Sale of n November A deed rannferring the tt Fittabnrg ailroad from Adrian Teelin to tho Bnf Itocliwlor Pitlflbnrg rnilrond wai ilenl todav for n consideration ot Oystcral the can or qnart at oonior Centre street and Shell oyfltem nervwl in every Btylo at Perry HOIIFO 9 I Blioll oyntora bylho pint or qniut at Perry 9 5 t ohell oyslflre In aLlbo rprry P n If A Young Ladys On Wedmsihiy night n young lady Eiiliug ut Spartaueburg took an over IOFO of from tha effects of which fhe remained uiiLonwionn all yefiterdny jbo bad tbb coiiBtniit atloudancc ot doc Sho wft3 about to undergo n schou and leing norrons in com took the chloral to obtain a nights Tho Babies in tne liabiea nrp very lililn yet tho lenvo great gnpa ot louelinees behini hem when they save yon littlo onm by giving them Parker Tonin when they ehow eigas of being Tliw famoiia rcmeily is s pliwimt that auy infant will ant it will FOOD quiet nnd removo their nohefl aud octl9d4ww5w New Livery tho oldtime livery mtt bo found with the nsw firm in chnrg ot llio stables formerly owned by him 011 Senccn adjoining the mayor He will lw plwiped to rewiv nlls from bin old cnstonws nnd na man tew oripfl aa may favor him with the au27tf Dollfl were never elogant or p If nnj thing of this kind ia d irftd go to pnrrtliiin biVqne grouj vaws nnd repousw etc nt Fine pliaving and rowing and a full lino of goods nt Orm hna tlio lfflt pnxln of the Inxik world nt tha very prices Fore Tonm of work wng tipply fit tlie oflicn ot Ocori Hinilh IMSGt lor A rnjinfT buflinww in Oil 01 For iinrlioillara Bililmw Box 2 3ninVo tho fa THE VENTURE WORTH ird Dr 1 Du illing at the Gabby Dry Holfe Important THE Novemlwr 0 production ol thu Gordon well to wus 87 They iffiumnd drilling at the Gabby Is ufttiruoou nftor putting m a new aandt 1 and aro still drilling in white They expect to beinn drilling at the lith well iu tha BUTLElt ooka ou the SlttyerK uwr U nnd dry iu th ediiii on the Hiirtmau their derrick boarded Admh u ia tbungh it IB ueelwa to The location ia condemned by Ths Coe oil tbo eeliug dry in the thinl hey will drill to tho The loca u ia one mile southwest of Carbon tt is The waa started under the thnt o croea belt from tbo Uuuioe district oq the Mechling ia in tbe bottom of tho third atind d ia Ttmay get fourth ncl toAniorrow XOElt A3 A JlAnKET BIlEVKElC J iiica inTtho for Ui TtoyAt in Cleminger waa wellrjThii ell rodswost b leri it the Rood thick 7 uipRnifd of Bnnd wris leruQ6htnl wellaiveroaB MtVlSa well now is northnndweat of e of iva atnicktlio Biimeeand ud isi repreaeated ns aBow fe concerning Iho ventnraiB bontrblled isher and well is lio guard om the Jf tbe well really baa ado n tho fact is asserted insidershieo a gootVdjnl of iportauce to The well breoiyeurB ago Emery drilled a ell thrpii milen aonthwefltof Olemiiigera on warrant also iurj1 cbnsirlernbla a qlevei lowing of oil iu a Baud Bupjwseti n Iffi the Bradford or its eqnivn nt The well wai theTcttaiufj aii pulled and tho nbauuppod bo gas p assure ejected tho neb forco as to lift out the uctor nud jis within few hpura plugs put manuer in hich the plugging processiwnarMented na left the in some mindi iat tbo dry na it seoined to yel nd considprnble well waa uot tested in uny Tho mo horizon of thesands found in the Roy A Archer and the Emery wells has over been antisfnctorily I peoma to bo lower thnn tbe Brndfori yet hnnlly enough eo to lw on i ovcl with tho Smothport It wil require further revelations of tbo drill tc etemiiiio this In tbe mcau Iran it would nnt be a bad ideu to kec sharp ove ftxiused on the Oleminge THK V This which for several tlaya hoti EO to say high cnrnivnl nt FindlaVtba sundry from itn origina tosition rw n ronrkot Finiahe Thuredny tbe well WHS ahot with 10 of glyrorinn on Friday nnd n once embarked on n brilliant bn which proved brief it wns lirillinn Vn interested pnrty is on record in th HtRicment thnt fortbe first three boars waadoing businwa nt tho keen rate of hoiiSAnd a Saturday it was eon lidorably off and the oil came by na another opulent owLor axprceBeil i Sunday it was honored nilb the largos of and the incentive of r nitnnn iutereet ought to hnvo up tlio well to do its but on th dav of all days when he rondiriot for making n rupntntion wcro porfec it waa doing head act in B langni Mondttv it made 5 very poo from early when th flowa were wonk nud far Tho ou put wns hourly growing smaller nnrl tl periods of producing farther npnrl unl sundown at this hour ineriin md overpowering eecnied to overtake th from tbe eflVctn of which it taa n nnd may not until the reeua nitating ducker gets in iU fine wor Ktnolly when this rcsupoitntiin may tak place no tellnli can It Been hero are pertain irregularities in ho HI throngh which tho entorpriHing owne nro drprivfel of the mo nnd cnjoyme of tho oil Tlie it won has Ixnn Mtvnleil for gnn aloe nil mention of oil being omitted in t The omission might nwitli bo ovrrooino if thrro were a denmnd I tbo wldsli just now is vi No tankn hnvo providr Iho oil WIIB ilepopited in vntmnt p ol a brickyard the nmonnt ot oil in t 1 was rnrionaly ffltimatofl nt from 8 500 which entire The well u baa been jwraifittntly mifirepre uted both fin to irodnctloQ id thft quality or the which had dettcribod M a when lafuctd irn the wt11 litui at no tinib pro BO muiih as it has bacu awredited and the oil bas no apocW claims as It thickens uud grows te on BSposure to the but lacks body to be cspooiaiiy valttublo in IB direction in its crudft Thu of tho itccordiDg to who cluim to buve nmla tMttiof 39 to 40 it may oaa in a marked degree jwculiar uta u quire treatment to bring them The U of durk aud au or tbut cuuaa the iikuub to turu Tbe stalwart worst feature about U doubtlesa be the hardest of featiirea to oreare newtowhich lliis oil utf which ftlio odor will uot tbut tho peculiar Uits parta of W thu ftflt btugiiUou oiio tubeta lilightingli the Bud it liua present jyou go thin it takes inysleeping rooinfi 6therwiso cosy nstlieodor an eck well is the nintbi Findlay Ons of have fpniid Larawas local j tho well were niid iat underl the it the gaa L3 tiiMo wt iibou tpat onco toj tU thiSitinie f iVnectioti it might thev ills wliich7 nro all gaaser beiog ia i pounds 25 Y osod and iieit to liothmg the gas company that any produces enough a village of nie inbubitantB Tbcy are con r Blorea hoteln and to eny nothing ot and herfilluaiouVot this concerii wells are once packed and have any use forthe as rapidly as the wells are illed nud connected tlie derrick oycd and tha tank and connccliona are iusetl A third illuaiou being a eerious IR jat tho territory included in the areaot village oorporatiou ia all thny will mnv bo till they may iibla but it rtrtainly all itiev may need nleea limestone from prod need is vastly more feriila in resounoj than unr eetlinientary the cour eoua I am indebted for a reo rdof the Inteet known locally as IB briokyard It i the oil ad the only ono of the group worthy of nlerest to oil men 470 to MO Tftrious DOO to 12C5 op of Trenton IZ65 track J27o L nmnll 12SO Mai This record nnnwera fairly Well for he Tbo wntcrliuie is thicker in hia well than it is on the oast side of he where it ia 245 ffbioh is the only change except tuat Ihe rock shows a dip of nbont 10H teet tr he mile to iho asit tbe the the coat most igrtsi while those in west get the Bbnre of The wells all case jnat uQder the water the depth of which may safely oonntecl as jnirle for the nmount of casing required his rock ia fnll ot fresh water The flhrdea which underlie thft wnter real ou tho Trenton rock ia of ft uniform depth of about 800 feet nnd here is tho best drilliug in the field tho boya find no difficulty whatever in stringing the derrick every Tho oil nnd tbe gaa aru invnrablj found in first 35 feet ot tbo Trenton rock nnd water as n rule is found with Tbe jnantity ot the water is never So far na the Iwya Imvo ciperinionted there ia jnrt enough to keep the rock clean nod insure lasting Tucro ia litilo doubt tha preseuco of wsttr in the Brickyard has hml oonatdRni blo to do with Mopping the Martin is confident well will jinrap 25 barrels n Tho next well ntnuett tbp llrickynnl well flrnvfi Bevcn barrels A dnv with the nnd it is bit the oil Tliia well halt n mile east of the The nxtk in which this oil ia iaxipen and Rrauulnr ouco eccing the there in no longer room itR onpncily Tor tho storapo or gna one might with equal priVno y question Iho storage brown sand of Tbe con aitions BO far ns tbe mck is conwrnril are certainly aTcmblo for the borage of oil find nnd the en ny the nius finished wdlH nnd weal north   

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