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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - March 19, 1875, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                BIXSS COGSWJELIu and to whom all business correspondence should be addressed Editorial communicatioxis should be ad dressed to H C BLOiS Editor Advertising rates famished on application by mail or at the counting room Job Printing executed with kad the IaIIy Sabscribera by mail per 03 IteUvered by Carrier per 2 CO Single copies5 cents of the Weekly fittrald Per annum 52 Origin oi Growth aad STope of the Office of The promotion of the Moet Eev John Mo Clookey Archbishop of Xew York to the rank sarv oi cardinal gave the Herald scope for a moit readable article 011 the ofiice to which he had been raised Archbishop was boru m Brooklyn N Y in 1810 He was ordained in 1834 in New York Ten years later be was made Bishop of Axirrea and coadjutor of the Bishop of Albany m the establishment or tiiat dioces Upon the death of Archbishop Hughes he was made Archbishop He is a toan ot great attainments splendid personal appearances and possesses grand executive The position of cardinal i Serald Vi is the highest ui the that of Pope who is elected by them alone llie cardinals torm what murht be called an ecclesiastical senate to assist aud advise the sovereign pontiff in the government ol the church and the constitution of this body was xntijaually perfected until it was ultimately lixed in its present form by Pope Sixtus V at the end or the sixteenth century An eminent authority says cardinals have the rank of sbeular princes in Rome and the highest honors are accorded to them The insijma besides those worn by bishops which all car dinals even those not in sacred orders are entitled to use are a purple mantle a scarlet hat and a of sapphire set iu gold They are divded into THKEE cardinal bishops cardinal priests and cardinal the maximum number of these classes are respectfully sixy fifty and fourteen The first class when full of the bishops oi the six suffragan pees of the former States of the Porto Albano Tuseultuan Sabina and Palestriua Their title arose from the circumstances that thev were obliged to officiate poatificiallv ou certain days in the great basilicas of Home and were in augurated into these functions The cardinal priests were originally the priests who presided over the clergy attached to the principal churches The cardinal deacons sprang from the resident deacons ot whom each one had charge over the poor in a certain district of the city in modern the cardinal priesu are very frequently archbishops and bishops Each one however derives his title from a particular church and in that ehurch he has special jurisdiction The cardinal deacons may be priests deacons subdeacons or merely in minor orders JEverv cardinal whatever order he may have recelvedexercises episcopal jurisdiction in his church gives soiemu benediction and issues Those who are priests can administer the rninor orders of priestbood They take precedence of all priests even patriarchs and have a deciding voice in general councils The ap pointment of a cardinal rests exclusively with the Pope The number is never quitetiiled iiud there are always some reserved hi petto to be announced when a death occurs or a suitable opportunity presents itself It is believed from an expression in the that St who was Pope from 133 to 142 A DT made a decree relative to the various orders and functions of clerics in which is discovered the origin of cardinals and general opinion however as signs the name and DIGNITY OF THE CASDIXAJLATE to a far more recent date though it is conceded that StHyginus who wzts a niartvr Pope was the first nx the titles of bishops which were afterward given exclu sively to cardinals It is universally allowed that tbe tide ot cardinals was nrsr officially granted in the reiga of St Pascal I who died after a violent sedition at Koine in Februarv 824 having been Poatiif for eight vears The cardinals then however were few in number and the title was given to the principal minis ters in the Roman clergy Under Nicholas 1IJLT A D their whole numberamounted to seven under John XXUL A J 1330 it had increased to twenty and at the time of the Council of Constance the number was thirty four This number was increased bv Leo X to sfact7five by Paul m 1556 to seventv and Sixtus Vr in 1587 decreed that as seventy was the number of the seigniories m Israel as vt D 499 to regulate the manner of pontifical elections in order to preclude tbe recurrence or the canvassing aud factions which had marfeed that pontitTs accession He had opposed by Lawrence was also consecrat ed and the difficulty nad to be referred for settlement to the decision of King Theodoric av decision was that Svmma chas had been first elected and had received the greatest number of suffrages and was therefore to be recognized as Supreme Pontiff THE COLLEGE OF CARLES bad the election ot the Pope in their own bands trom the time of Nicholas IL until iu 119 Alexander lEL havinseen the terrible perpiexraes surrounding a pontifiTs election and reign convoked the eleventh Geaeral or tae tbrrd Lateran CouacIL There were present 3CTbishops from all the provinces of the Catholic world with a number of abbots The of the church and the peace of Cnristianitv were the two fundamental points to be settled and m resrard to the former it was decreed chat the candidate for the papal throne in case tbe suffrages of the cardinals were not unani mous wbcreceived a twothirds vore should be declared elected a decree which still h TITUSYILLE PA FRIDAY MARCH 19 1875 WHOLE NO 3696 KARNS CITY TO MILLERSTOWN i Bradford Stage Line JACOB YOUNGS BOOK BINDERY Herald Building Titusville Pa All Kinds of Binding EST A SUPEKIOE MAKNEK Blank Books Invoice Books Paper Boxes etc MANUFACTURED TO OKDEK Books Magazines Catalogues Legal Blanks Paper Files Periodicals Portfolios etc BOCND IX THE BEST A SEAKCAXC525XO tow tfac Executive orCalifor tzia Once a An eutbusiastic correspondent the San Francisco Alta gives the subjoined description of an encounter witb a bear in which new governor fPacbeco prominently Governor Pacbeco basT among his accom they are possessed we believe by no other governor in the United States He can lasso and get away with a wild crilzly bear and we saw him do it in May 1S52 on tbe Kunciio ce los Osos Bear Ranche m San Louis Obispo thes the residence of Governor PaciieeoV mother Away up in the mountains the wild outs the grizzlies take their of HHdebrand hicaself atterward Gregory v IIy the bull was issued which ca0ed the Col lege of Cardinals into existence as a bodv in vested with the elective tranchise for the choice of a head of the church Since that time the cardinals alone elected the popes but previous to that the clergy general I v had a voice in the election During the pontificate of bt Symmachus 49S514 a council was con cbe of March I A LUC divxjjuouiipnnt or a foot was seen in the earth close bv the dwelling by the governors mother iu a few oiinures Romuuldo and two or three others were in tbe saddle and off for the mountains When the tall wild oats half wav up the mountain were reached the party had noc ridden more than two minutes among the tall dry whisp when the horses suddenly started snorting loudiy and instantly a huge grizzly stood erect with a temfic presence the dry wild oats He looked just lite a GIGANTIC with shaggy fur overcoat bis eyes g nercely bis cruel teeth and red mou 1272 the x nstitution of aconclave were at a The antly conspicious Each man and everv horse for the instant seemed if while every nerve and every muscle and warv sense was at its utmost tenrion thev had suddenlv looked upon the Metlusa secoDds time Pacheco spurred forward swinging his lasso commenced sparring warilv and few protfessionai boxers can fend off as these creatures will But Pachecors lasso shot out like an arrow and clasped about the huge forefoot7 when the horse who saw everv movemenr and was just as wideawake as Pacueco sprang the otber way and the lasso fast to the ground when two other men quick as lightning had thrown their losses and caught the hindfeet then another rider caught the loose forefoot acd the four horses took tbeir positions like cavalry animals train ed by some noisless signal and slovclv march ea down the mountahrs side two horses in the van and twoio tbe rear dragging Ura Major aown the grassy descent the rear horses keep ing just tautHne enough to prevent the bear from getting any use of Ibis TEKREBLE HTJTD CLAWS has painted some of these California las soing scenes that have been as near justice to such exciting tableaux as could be done bv the painters art but nothing could portray the in tensity of excitement and action brought forth at such a moment Pacheco was at that time twentyone years old and the handsomest man we ever looked upon guess that panther in the wilderness was not more fair than be77 hen he realized tbe sudden presence and stood erect in his account of Ta viirips nis with rhfr Marilla Lewis minor rhi raised to the supreme X prpmulgatea rules for the conclave he was not himself a cardinal These rules were strict as to the conclave and in 1276 Adrian V abro gated the bull of Gregory but Celestine V after the selection of six successive popes re wua Qe crorv of versed the Gregonan la 157S cardi aaa nals were empowere1 by Gregory XL to elct i sparklm his whi tiSEfv ha successor wherever ani whenever it miht upon lip oe convenient and oy a mere majoritv It be was tbe most asserted by authonties that the In longer time than tt pontiff Pius DL has niaiie ail the ti15 be inst taken in he provision ibr suspending the operation of the fora aiictout the present in Rome whenever his demise occur to proceed at once to an electioTi HE 7 witb the glory of of forward a moment and he had C AFTTKED THZ BEAR Tne captors slowly took prisoner down to tae htuse wherea piece of tim ber 7av npon tbe gross the hiri fiet ro trKrimlwir with a i the fore feet to a strong deep driven The t of the the 20rh of February I they ST I thev I hs be 4fh of IOWTI learried of the h nonth towarti in BerliTi an afrer ay to a resnecrfal r The cTvature and their sadcllepommeLs up close to the bear TO a rarefnl him All cried our Cuwlo r Take ly to abont the atl we sax ir youd better teep Yes Lroute iuh3i tf pearance for it was generally surmised that i his only object had been to play a hoar on the master of the by getting him to heat xpraace and prepare his materials fornothing Orders were however given to make the neces sary arrangements and upon the stroke of eleven the man reappeared in an overcoat tigbtly buttoned up to the chin He this time birnReli out to be Professor Schulz of Juarlottenburg He was then escorted to the meitinshouse all the guests him with great curiosity When everything was made readv for the operation the selfstyled Professor Schulz produced an English sovereign a pieje of an oidikshioned gold watch chain a pieje of a j silver chain a small bar of iron and a few copper coins These were thrown into the Connects with every train onthe Parker Karns mehingpot and at 13 oclock to a ruinate Cit Bailroau at Kama city and conveys when the mass was in thorough fusion the Kers aud to Milletstown Buena Vista and Professor cast lour medais each of the siie of u a piece As soon as they were ready for removal he wrapped them up verv carefully without having shown them to anybodv aud then made his bow The whole thing seemed very strange and when the man was gone the company began to speculate upon his odd be havior and to regret that he had riot been de tained and forced to give some fuller account of hiruself His unusual appearance too aroused suspicion for it was noticedthat lie had never taken off bis overcoatt which seemed abnormally bulky as with some hidden weiguc that threatened to drag all the buttons away from their moorings SkepDcLsrn being now fairly aroused even Pluw him self was treated as an impostor and upon rnquiry at the Observatory it was found 1 believe tliat be actually twists but that he Las never skowu uny mteimou of takiiioa rrip across Marsclisc No Professor Schulz was traceable at the Charlotteuburg address given by toe stniuger who is set down us either a madman or an iinposter Upon the latter view his proceedings are not verv explicable It is supposed however tbat he really had a much larger quantity of gold and silver under various ionns secreted about bis person but that tbe presence of so miiny spec tators disconcerted him and presented him from carrying out his origmal design of melt ing toe lot so as to destroy its identity It is thought thai be jnay belong to a of thieves and publicity is given to the storv in order that if any of L5s accomplices trythe same game in other quarters they may meet with their deserts Be this as it mav tbe mysterious Professor Scuuiz with his pot md his medals is tbe hero of the hour in Berlin Since the above was written I hear that rue problematic Dr Schulz melted a gold ring with the other objects after having removed the stone irom the setting a circumstance cal culated to increase the general suspicion Ic is remembered that robberies on a large scale have been committed during the last eighteen months amoug other places at the British and Spanish embassies and very lately uc the Royal Castle and it is conjectured that at tempts are now being luade to destroy the identity of some of the missing property On tbe other hand Dr Schulz produced the im pression of being a man of education He seemed to have traveled much especiitUv in Africa and in various parts of Asia was very entertaining aud had by no means tbe appear ance of a burglar or ot a receiver of stolen goods The riddle therefore still remains un solved Manufacturing Co Successors to Gibbe Sterrett Co TITUSVILLE AND CORRY PA OFFICERS F H GibbaPresident F VT President W B SterrettTreasurer A A AspiuwallSecretary TKOKAS T TASKES Jr SIZTHES P M TASEEK MOBEIS TASEER CO Pascal Iron Works PHILADELPHIA TasEer Iron Works CASTLE UEIAWAKK DI EEC TOES F H Gibbs E B Sterrett F VV Andrews John L ilcKinney Manufacturers of Stationan and Portable Boilers OIL AM and Engines Wrougbt igm Welded Tubes TOOLS SAEoirs BOILER TDRES FOR OIL OR ARTESIAN AND CASTINGS OF ALL KIXBS IX IROX AND BRASS Sole manufacturers of the new and Steam FittersTools and Fittings Patent Balance Valve Engines BRASS IBOX BODY AXO IROX VALVES Temper screw and Rope ciamps Cast Iron Gas and Water Pipe Best Materials Best Workmanship Highest Satisfaction GIBBS STERRETT PATENT ADJUSTER Also the celebrated Jiimax Mower and Reaper and SelfRake Sole A agents for the celebrated Blake Steam Pump dealers in Fittings for OH Gas Steam Varer etc 3uild Iron Tanks Stills and eve pertaining to Refineries Repairing of all kinds done on short notice S ASSURED JACOB Consumption Cared To the Editor of the Herald ESTEEMED FEIKXD Will von pleuse inform vcor readers that I have a positive CUKE FOJS CONSUMPTION and all disorders of the Throat and Luns and thai by its use in try practice I have hun dreds of cases and give for a case it not benefit Indeed so strong is mv faith I win send a Sample free to anv suifeier addressin s rae Please show this letter to any nne you taay know these diseased and oblige Faithfolly yours p 7 6m69 WHlia 1 street Sfew York BOILER WORKS Buffido IT T SOLE MASTHFACitraEss or THE C M Farrar Pateat Engine TEO Notice is hereby given to all creditors legatees andother parties interested that the following ac counts have been passed aud filed in the Registers Otnce ot Crawford county and tnat the Hatne will be presented to the Orphans Court of said county for confirmation aud allowance on Mxmdav the 5tn day ot April 1675 atthe Court House in ifead vine towit 1 of il A Calvin adminitrator of the Sterling late of Hayfield township a Account of A TT iTumford administrator of the estate of George ifiller late of Pairfieid town ship deceased 3 AccouTit of Walter I Davis administrator ot the estate ot Abram M oackson late of Fal lowneid township deceased 4 Account of John C Sturtevant adroinirtrator Elijah Iateof Spring town 5 Acconnt of Joseph Bnrch administrator of the estate of Sarah I Burch late of FairneW wwn shipr deceased 6 Account of Spencer Sabin administrator of 7 Account of Tarazin Kellv adininistratrir of the estate of Leicester Kellv late of Sumojitiown tiip drceasjed 8 Account of Hiram F Parker actms adminis trator of the estate of B Parker late of JcTne township deceased 9 Account of SasaaFolwell and John B Comp ton administrators of estate of GeoreFol well late of Cambridge township deceased 10 Account or Georee Vf adroinistra of the esUte of Jaraes A Blafceslee late of Sparta township deceased HAccount of S il Birchani acti trator of tbe estate of Zalicon Lord mono township deceanei 12 Partial account of Jaines aomiaiM or the estate of John McNaul Lite of West Tfiell Township deceased 13 Account of A J Gould and F F Be Witt executors or tbe last will and testament of Eri Thomas Lite of Spring Boro deceased 14 Account of Tllman Frantz execntor of tbe last will ana testaasent of Camum C adrnroistrator Tames Martin sruardian of minor child vf Lewis late of Ttr c a 1 FITS awarded by express ie ttTeatmtaxt of Fitor Epilepsy rorraat a care by tbe for a trial bottle fail and be his hk a xS The chiM to Uwk ar his capers SoarilT tatcn J10 to rWT1 a moment sTAar bnti jnsTcnmr r be avo heavy and Wc of nuparalelet for aT5 i learn thrlt Will Onre You Free Trial be Be Tnhl IT DR T I f T T vivi art wato Pacnwo To me We and CSIT hctwwn tho carrion srhow watchfi li rsls of eao t rlaW R i we thor a JX the IeVa ft ATlTmal Af leacberr Institaie tho the fol shots Id endeavor A GREAT REDUCTION Prices of Jewelry for tbau are worth and ar A as any ia la on room for acoc I xrj u offer hti Great Barpins is fatcftss ciocb Jewelry Siligrware etc P MT5E h thA reat wrjsh to a second a rrraes n oxrrt dfrart th rhey mnoh I iTtrereiTja of and Pa VV B Sterrett J Vf Alexander A A ispiuwall J TV Humphrey PATENT FARRAR TREFTS STEAMENGINE ocSOtf SECOKDHAKD SEARLY AS GOOD AS NETT AXD AT Onehalf the Original Price Tn many cases the Engines and Boilers we offer are not at all the worse for wear Follv flftv pe cent can be saved by buying of us rebuild every engine renewrng parts that are in the least defective All of oar work paaranteed We are prepared to do all lands of Engine and Boiler work Our Shop at the Foot of Monroe street is fitted up with all necessary machinery for Re pairing Engines and Boife s Secondhand Tubing and Bought and Sold BOVAIRD 5 I will remove and prevent Scale in anv Bofler and make no charge uottl the work is found eatis factory GEOW JXKI my29ly PA TEETT SONS CO BOUGHTOX CHANDLER General street MAXUFACTCKEES OP AND COCKS JL STREET TAAfPPQSTS ANT JLANTERXS Improved CoalGas Apparatus etc IMPROVED SUGAR AIACJBCLXKRr ETC Oar On Tubes are tested before leaving ocr rorks with a pressure of 1200 pounds to the square SHAWS Patent Midseated CM We Dealers and others when in want of anv of the abovementioned will apply at our Philadelphia tf NATIONAL TUBE WORKS CO Manufacturers of OIL ifOXD non dtf B F Edwards DEALER IN COAL LIM AND CEMENT Anthracite and Bituminous Coal of all kinds FIRE BRICK FIRE CLAY Calcined Plaster TITUSVILLE PA S500000 in Government Bonds ta the United States Treasarer to Bill Holders and Depositors LAND PIASTER ALWAYS ON HAXJX Office and Yard Corner and Mechanic streets ORDERS left at C A BOTTOVS Ko 6 Sprin Chase Stewart Block will receive prompt attention B FEDWARDS Tubingand Casing TTe would call the particnlar attention of dealers and prodncers to this mate of Tubing and Caaine One of the iraportant features in the manufac ture of onr Tubing is that the Lap and the Weld are made perfectly straight smooth and uniform thereby giving equal and creat strength to the tubnis throughout Each joint carefully inspected reamed at end and proved with thenocteta on a hydraulic pressure of Manufacturer and IKsaler in all kinds of 1200 pounds to the square inch before shipment Each length stamped with onr trude mark DIA LUMBER A3TD WOOD YARD Cement Brick Plaster Marble Dust Fire Brick and JFire Clay AU KindsTof Coal BILLS SAWEDTO ORDER Amenta iu the Oil Region for BXOSSBURG COJJL Bant wai be ocl tf Have removed from Block to NO 17 SPRING STREET Over plmated fc rewhursts next door to fc MIIZ CASHIER Corner Franklin and Sprin sts TITUSVUJGE PA oa all potcta in the TTnited States QT andGn meat becuritTes Specie and Home and Be SL Intereat allowed on Xiae CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 8100000 Stxikliolders IndividaaHy laable ITnhed States Govcnnneats Gold aS hi the Oil Coaecdoce made on afl porn Correspondence SoKcitod A A CASHLEK ROBMTS CO BAffiSBS STJKEET OPPOSITE THE AMERICAN HOTEL Titusvule Pa Stockholders IndividaaHy Liable Buv and Foreign and Domestic Exchange aad Orovernment tocuritics roCectMms on an m tae Oil and The Uruied statfci and do 3 General 1BSILLtMAX Caller Gas and Steam Fittings 1 1 to Fa t ic A sortzceac of Oas Fixtures Davis Tant Shop Conntry for Proiril AtteMsI to K if 3ixoixT c FLETCHER BLOCK of the Baltimore Icntai Surgcrv AM of service win receive prompr aitcatiwn and every operation watrraaTftd hnarR oclock a IILLING apTI tf I INSERT FOE FIVE YEARS or FRANK COLTER DentUt OVPT Exchaa i Door and Window Frames FLOORING ANTO SIOINGT Moiildiags and Brackets Every Style WOOD TURNING Black Walnut lumber WILLIAM PInrnber Gas and Steam Fitter EAST MAIN foraOl kisds of work Partfculsr anetrtrcu paid to heatrair prvcaio irith SIEAM OK HOT o4 tf TTATEK CRYSTAL SPECTACLES Sight Srscractss cow of OS NO CHASK A apl fvORCf tf m tlxat for or vasiorp they pair to clear PAlSrCOST SAGE MOSSE 3O XTTFA CTCRESS O F BOOTS aad SHOES old Oraer Moiiroe aod Spriajr streets Dealer IB Steam EflsiHes Boilers TUBISG OM Kope sy NO 1 SECOXB Stewart Block 92 State and 53 55 57 and 59 Mill street ROCHESTER IV TITUSVILLE FA HOWLAND CinI Engineers and Snryeors Teacher of Music If AppKcatioQ cam be Office Bos 546 oc Ow NEWEIRK city d the of of be made   

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