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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - May 6, 1876, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                BLOSS Vublitthen and Propvielotx to whom nil business corroapomleiicG should bo uddrcdsod Editorial eoumiumcatious slmuM be ad dressed to H C BLOSS Editor I3T1 Advoitisiuj rates furnished on appllcatiuu by mail orat the counting room Job Printing oxecutoi reltli ueatinwa nud uupatob the nutty Subscribers by uiailj per year Jll Ofl Delivered by Currier per rO Single copiesS cents Itriux Wrcktr Hiuld Iaiannum OU HC BLOSS J HCOUSVVKM A IHI Talk Come out in tbo gurHiiii uinl walk with me LliLi iluiKriirs wbirl to tliu dreamy tinm See tlie iiiooiiMgIit silvers ilia sleeping pen And llie worlu ia tmrns u uiylii in Suiie Let 1110 liold your hand ia L ilscii to do This is tliohint hist limo you know For louitnrosv a vvoooicotnes to woo And to win you though I lovo you so Hfiro tbe viols cry und deep basoou Scouis sobbing out lit ita under ttmiij ijuio sorrowful memory I ihe tuns Is thft auddest one 1 liuvu ever known Or ia it bccuuso moat purl touitfljt tin imirtiu somns so ami All ino Yiii uo love unl your aiu white Oil tlie ways of lilu ure u mystery Do vmi ruineiubftr msfht we met I Yon wore u in yumyellow Ijiiiv Looking buck I mu setyou yct Jnsl iid you stood on Mio topmost stair A ilutter of wind 1roiu limit to toot A cluster of Imds itt your bmist Ah lor Tlie vision waa never hall so sweet As it ii in my 1110111013 I love you lovo witli i lovo so tiui Tiiat in coining years Ill not forget Tliu bciuiiiiil Conn nd tnce I knew Anil uioiaoiV will alwuyu liold rejsrut 1 sliiill stand by the sea as I stand tuniylit And Ihinlcot the viatou bright uia dieil When tiie 1rosta ol sviulei tell elnll anil white On the of tlie summer title They ivie cullm you Must I let you go I Must I um my way It you must no it is belter so Goadbys snch i sorrowful word to suy Oivu mi uiy iliirliug last Bweul kus So we kiss our iloiumien ind see tbom die Hut death holds no cu Hnd us this God bless and keep you and so ISoodhy T S T li 33 E3 I O 1ST VOL XII NO 274 TITUSYILLE PA SATURDAY MAY 6 1876 WHOLE NO 4045 Kouil m tho World One of tho locomotives which is to run Bucli n tinny before but 1 dont see how else I onn So Alelftiider Hopgood entertained Mr Ryerson at tho hotel and gave an unlim ited order for iced champagno and lessert from Fortysecond And the upshot of all was that Aloxanbridge Jiss arrived iti this city and yester der ftopgood was brought hi at 11 oclock day it was taken out for a short trial lit by two of the waiters hopelessly Three of these locomotives were ordered and the other two will be sent downfrotn IKW of Buatneaa carefully fnm the tttti nlltbU son rcea a t v TiLEQjiAPKlO RZPOETS of UM r i Best AdTutUing Mediam IB Sorlhmttttr Pennaytyanlt soUriUd point of tke Oil wid if wHT be Hberallv for on only ond of 4k CUG8WE n n C j H COGS WXLt street to Williams vr i mrn T I T mrrnn nn RATIONAL TUBS CO Mra Hopgood prided on being the best of bouseknepers She was one of those rapid housevvives who pursde an atom of dust as a hunter might pursue a stag No boJd natuied lly ever da rod to buzz within her dainty walls No cat pur red upon her hearthstone Plants were tsibooed becauae their leaflets would fall Canary birds were ruthlessly excluded Ipjit they should scatter seed Sunshine was regarded as an arch It brings ilies nud fades the carpets said Jtrs Hopgood As for Mr rlopgood and tbe children they lived mostly in the kitchen I cant have the boys muddy boots tramping over the carpeti and the girU nt 111 intoxicated Dont be ffraid mother blurted he brandishing an empty bottle ax he be came dimly conscious of her white scared face bendingover him Goon with your washing Its a deal jollier at the hotel than it is at home Freedom forever Mooooray Oh whiit shall I dp sobbed UTS Hopgood whon the waiters were once more out of the house and the roll of the cab wheels hnd died away To only to think that n son of mine should digraee himself thus Its your own fault mother said Benny the second son You wouldnt let Ally bringhis friend here Hold your tongue sharply retorted Mrs Hopgood wincing beneath the prick of this home truth CullJBlsie 1 need her help Oh mother piped Fanny the jonngrt1 girl running down stairs iu fran tic haste Elsie aint here Not here No mother she hasnt been to bed at theres a note on her table di rected to you Open if mother said Isaac Hopgood huskily This is a sad night for our household Oh has our home become so distasteful to our children that they llj from it like rats from a fallen house Elsies note was short enough It read DEAR MoTireit am tired of living in the kitchen I have runaway with John Elton aud before you see me again I shall have entered upon a new future ELSIE Mrs Hopgood broke out into wild hys the whops at Schnectady in a few The engines are almost as powerful as those that draw the heavy freight and passenger trains but being built in very compact form theyaroshorterand smaller The drivers are four feet in diameter The speed of a largewheel locomotive could not be attained but a speed of thirty miles an hour can be maintained with ease and only a few seconds are required to get it up About one ton only of coal is carried I in the tender The shortness of the trips j enables the engineer to make a great sav ing by coaling up often and getting rid of the great amount of dead weight which locomotives makinglong trips are obliged to carry The regular coaches of j the Harlem Kail road will be used on the Bostou Mass and McKeesprt Peuiia Mnuuftrtmara oC LA lluve been rauiovcd from WaleBeld Uluck to NO 17 SPRING STHEET QvorOlnisteJ JowluintSi uoxt door to laham i sl1tVa Jewelry atun tf I II daily will be run each way stopping at Eightysixth street Outs j hundred and Twentyfifth streetSlott I Haven Melrose Morrisania Central Mor risiania Tramout Fordham Jerome Park and The distance is ten and a half miles and the schedule time for a trip will be thirtyJive minutes The 1 fare will be ten cents aud commutation tickets will be sold for six cents apiece i The principal feeder for the new rapid transit line will be the Fourth avenue i horsecare but besides these there is the branch line of the Third Avenue Railroad j the lino connecting the Fortysecond Street Depot with the Erie Depot and the Madison avenue stages The steamcars will also be easily accessible from Sixth avenue stages The time fixed for the opening of the new line was May 15 although it may be a few days later before everything is ready Of course the report published yesterday in a morning paper that the cars on the terical sobbings Sir Hopgood read the hurriedly scrawled paper with a face cold and set like steel Run away John Elton he re new line were to be brought down to peated slowly PoorElsie then God Thirtysecond street by the locomotive sewing in the parlor said Mrs Hopgood j help her For he is as great a villain and and thence to the City Hall by horses was As for Hopgood he dont care where he scoundrel ss ever lived and she has sealed entirely a mistake dropped It was your fault retorted her hug band almost snvagely You made the sits One place is as good as another where her own doom Mother Mother this he is concerned comes of your housekeeping The Hopgood family always took their It wasnt my fault Isaac sobbed Mrs meals in the kitchen Hopgood rocking herself backward and Ive got a diningroom as nice as any forward on a chair into which she had Mrs Hopgood with a real carved onk sideboard with a marbletop and silver polish till its better than any lookingglass but wheroa the use of i very name of home Ya mockery to your turning things upside down just for ones j children and set your soul inside of a own family Common crockeryware and t scrubbing pail and now you are reaping good bonehandle knives are just as good the bitterest harvest for j Of course poor Alexander Hopgood waa Mamma said Elsie Hopgood a cherry unable to lift his throbbing head from the cheeked girl of sixteen I should like to sit in the parlor sometimes SIvs Mont left him till afternoon When at last she forfeandher daughter use theirs every came downstairs the parlor blinds weru evening and it looks so pretty aud pleasthrown wide open a Hood of sunshine ant there J streaming in the table neatly set in the StuJF and nonsense said Mrs Hop pretty diningroom and flowers on the table and new books games and puzzles scattered around Mra Hopgood gazed around with a bewildered air She hardly know her own home I This is the way in which we must live 1 henceforth mother said her husband cheerily Let in tho light and sunshine teaoh Ben and Fanny that home is something more than an empty name and try in so far as we can to retrieve the errors of our past life I Mrs Hopgood mutely bowed her head I will try husband she answered houae myself 1 give others good sharply 1 keep nfter my own fashion and leave to do the same But mamma pleaded Elsie I was thinking how I should like to invite all the girls here Some evening and have tea and afterwards some little games Ive been asked out so many tjiiicx without ever responding and Im really ashamed to go Then you had hetlwr stay at home said Mrs Hopgood polishing vigorously I away at the stem of her silver card receiver I think I see myself with nil the 3oung folks in town capering on my brussels carpet and cake crumbs and molted cream over everything Elsie made no answer but her counte nance quickly fell 1 wish iimrnma was like any one else sin said to herself the obscuring her eyes I wish she was like Kate Priekittts mother who lets her have company eviirjr Thursday even ing John Elton wants me to marry him If I was married I could have a house of my own and do just as I pleased Motlier snid Mr Hopgood a week or two afterward with a troubled face in it true that our Elsie is tint walking with John Elton evening after evening He is JThe Wifes From the Tribuuo i Tuesday last a young and handsomely attired woman with au air of deep solici tude upon her countenance called at the office of a practioiier and with a chok ing gasp said Oh doctor 1 am Mrs S My husband has been hear to consult about here she langhed about his heart Pray calm yoursulf replied the man of medicine ho has Oh doctor she said pleadingly with pillow the next day and his mother never her beautiful eyes filled withteaw iyou will tell me the truth you will hide nothing from me I am his wife 1 will be very brave but you must tell me all all Then dear Mrs 8 said the physician kindly p re MI re to learn the worst Your husband cannot survive six months he may climb the stair ere the springtime conies gentle Mrs H and the flowers blossom in the vale Tl Kerect replied the woman n voice that betrayed her deep emotion thats what nn old rooster told me that I paid to take soundings of his lungs before I ac cepted him Wei I hope hell peg out qrtick or elao hold over to next fall for black is awful stuily to wear in summer and winking gratefully at the good physi cian slnuwept from the room 3 lo 14 Iach joiut caronilly reuuied aluuil aud piuvetl witli tbo Hucktitd on u hydraulic of 1JOft ponnits to the aqunrw incb before Each knatb stamped witli urn trade murk DIA ilOND B OVK COUPLINGS Aie made to order lo IU iill aiz of TU1UNO OAHINK aud LINEPIPE IVom two iuchei ti fourteen Luclitd EATOtt COLE AND BURNHAM CO AGEHJLa OIL CITY IA 5uovtf GEO W TIFFT SONS il K OKKKN Successor to Or A M Diionl KOOUt FtKXCUKU BLOCK FHANKMN ST Iitusvillo of the Baltimore College oi Deuiat Surgery All braucUes of iirofeaaiiuiKl service will tvuulve iirotupt attcotiun and every opornUou Utllce bourn a oclock m luyatf SPECIAL NOTICE During an experience cf over twenty years con trol seveu of which baa m bare ousorvod lliat clmiuio dmur dura irt lucreasru moreover ihkt tho auccussiil treatment of Ulaeiaca required especially lu medical practice llut few physicians judged lu active practice ciiu ilavuto to time and care icquialte for n coireot dlumionia ucjltlior 1 am sueikliii cliiertv of own eicptMieiice cnu tboy keep u uleav and correct rojiistor of every individual IlLsi im previously with tin uu onlied an Dllicu Patent Drilling Ropes Sand Pump Lines Pump Ropes Torpedo Lines Measuring Wires Wheels And Rope for Pumping Small Wells Price Lists and information given on application to JOHN A ROBELINGS SONS CO No 117 Liberty st N Y TRENTON N J jalD Cm made out nud firoaerlbed for It ia v owa aud tboii leeltlaiaie object tlmt iu Tituavilu whme I nuw PIANOS AND ORGANS uropouo to oiler inv ill trjtiis all tlib or diuiry ilistuapSHUiiunbleto appnipriuto as in iiccoidance witb the Meat dlsaivoriea inii tented li in iu ihe uit of bcaliug iu come tx my olliee L will vlill at Irost once ut ihelr ieaiileueua but iu will patiunU bo tiKitra Inletter uiilcs uxuminwl by vuysolf or havluir their uoaoa umdf out by llieir fuuiMy jiliyaiciau Uflicu nud Ueaiduueu No 3U iorry atruM acar street Utllce lloira fcm 9 u in till 12 m und from I till 5 K A lOilEKlSON if U Would r appct ullireler to Kov 11 M OlmuiburbUu of Cnmbrlilgt Pa Rev T P l ny r qertgwa Pa KBV Alauis or Corry iiov Kntlioilracy of UrossiKEvillo Pa D W Pi I Kfkwcll Union City ij A C Sherwooil Uulou City npEi U iir MBtojl of PniDpiUE Wells niniue Letter to 1btlktle phia When you wciv in 3011 probably went to the Vuleinella nt SL Petito of the wittiest droll estr cleverest Puleinellaa ever known Indued Potito took tlie old dry dust and bonos of the traditional and put new life into recre ated Piilcimlla Sometimes he came to Koine 1 remember the first time I saw puuiiilhs several Sir Ukvrson3a SHIS Niekersnn ol Ijitcly been liHtriH Puleut tor nu iu us econoin njil aud hibinsaving me thud t several liy mrnns one vtiLrinc tmTy ia acv n i7 wells ity HUH some ot winch avo liJOO iri and 1DO leul iliH tiut frotii the well uunrcst tlnj out I no mid ul i Buviuii of lully fifty cent in fuel nxitif power boilOTi and iiiiincn They iu vUeafl lutorunted tti caUainl HCD litilnal woikinp cf the iiivcntinu at the Cluik lartn ncurPUasiint vi3o dcaJiiuf to intiodnuc will to liberally accmninoilsitcd 1 who uiu v aval Lin if tlicmsolvfes ol ilie rpHiiltH ol thetr Uscocry nud invention ttii notified llut they Mhuuld witliOLtt iloliiy Heciiiv Vruin ihe n Iniul liirhtlo nno the HUTUO I A K NICKKUSON Msiv 10 AfARVC BOUGHTON CHANDLER General Agents Onera House Bulr IAUKtitlS LANOlvG PA K nBnouaroM TK ivv nuH tf Kei rlinCuiuoi ol Waslilnirtfln ami Ilrc i S11KUMAN ItEKliB HLOCK Ttlusvllle Pa Itaiugeca atrtr AWWOUIVCEIffEJlT C A BROWN BROS PIANOS For the ITIillioii S HleLtl IVclarr Public Hall Fmnkliii utieot Tltusvllle Pft li KBK AKJ e No OOU SELLOKS LAW Elocuiitn Bloiik ITeasantvillc fa C HliBK T A MOIilStBOV difC tf G A CHASE Oluuin J jlf iiii U M viHNiiiunrr Stewart lllnck Tliusvillc HEVlVAXfi Pu PANCOST SAGE MORSE MANUlALTUKKIlSUf BOOTS and SHOES 92 State and 53 55 57 and 59 Mill street ROBI JUST Hit W Y KSTAIJLISHKD if i it i il r it av or L S Vetito in PnUinella I was comiilttely taken by Miirpriw He posseswd the pure eoinie element and then he wits HO spon n worthless dismpatiid filluw and not n lit nKsofiiito for any girl Murcy us I dont know said tonoous nrfl spirituille His pieces Afrrf Moiigooil with a perturbed fncu 1 5 uro slit was with Kntft Tnckett or ones that lit cuinpoSfid How the people Clnri Jloiitfort Im a great diwil too busy delighted in liini and how inujqmtssibly i with pickling and housekeeping to run ut droll was Poor PnlcineHn Pctito i n giddy girls heels the whole time But j He ia doad and as Jtoliurehe ditd on tlie Im fining to commence denning toinor stage He hnd been active only a iniiiute 1 row und then Ill warrant Ill give her before convulsing the house with his j enough to do to keep her out of mis clever wit He stood in tin narrow wings ISAAC DOWDING Pornierly witli IL T r DC I SlKfNG STREET of TITUdVIILK IHH A Uir IKNNA ENVELOFES ENVEL0PE3 I ENVELOPES ENVELOPES AWU OiVMKIOK AT IAtV St llLtXIK Tltiiaville I 200 of tliese Celebrated Instruments to be distributed in this vicinity tin ring thh Centcnjiiiil Year at Lower Prices than First class Pianos have been offered lor during the last 25 years FIVE HUNDRED NE WENCH AND OKQAMS COATUACTEO ESTEY COTTAGE ORGANS US FOR OUll ItfcTAIL Oflico IJUASK it STEW iir BLOCK PATENTS HAllOCK at Law I and BOpern He In OlrcuUrt MHIOD Txxij AlijV uild t K HILLOCK GI3BS STERRETT Manufacturing Co Succcsnorrt to Ollibs Stcnott i Lo chief of the stage talking with his old friend Mother said Isaac Hopgood gravely De Angelis who always acted the female sometimes 1 think that if we made home patin for him The play was La Donna Bianca and old DiAngelis trigged CTi ttcs Slaili Cut or Tlic licit ferfices niul Gunranlood cltl 11 little more to our Oh nonsense quickly interrupted his wife I suppose youd like us to huve tableaux like JIis Mont Curt or a jiiigic lantern like the Wicksfords Our children liavent boon brought up in that Mr said no more MIH Hopgotid was to use her own exjireswion in the thick of the housecleaning the next day with the carpets rolled into heaps tho Uoor spattored witli and iier head tied up in a puckethanker chief when the door suddenly opened Take care of 1113 pan of soapsuds and soda cried she shrilly Oh its you is it Allj out absurdly in the cnriuatnii of nn old odalisqne Ietito was vibrant with suc cess He loves his business threw him sulf into it liitart and Houl and wia always fresh and sparkling He enjoyed the electrie emrent that existed between him and IUH audience It is n del ifrht fill sen sation that of always beingen rapjmrt as the French nay with ones surroundinys to say and do everything happily that is genius Petito waa telling De j how he intended to act a new character which he was planning 1 mean to do it without a mask he said Poor fellow Just then the summons came not for the j front of the stage in mimic life but for OENTENiNJAL Memorial Medals VHva WE HAVf JUHt 1UliCHASIvD 114000 Envelopes NOS 4 567 8 910 AND 11 Which wi will furniali vvllli iiinluil fioui per J000 and Upwards 1 liCfto in rnlinti im UOMON CAN VUY COKN IKiHT TITUSYflLE CORRY Pfl OlITCEIlS H Clliba IroHiilcnt Totili L McKiiincy Vi e Iliunilcn W IS Slrrrutt A A K II iililis II Sliirntl t Andrcwa lolin J McKluuoy Vf K Ktnrretl 1 W Aloiiindcr A A J V Iluuiplirii ut Sliilionary and Portable Boilers and Engines TOOLS TIC AIM FOK Every peieon who wishes to purchase a Piano or Organ witMn two years and will send ua tlieir address and what particulars they wish together with one copy of this adver tisement will be registered and a receipt of 00 to apply ou the purchase of the same aent them oy return mail Agents tnlri iy Wanted Send for Circular C A 11ROWN ItRO i IV EMPIRE LINE hfr KmjtifO TratiHpnrtatlon Conpany ofTern Lo the linintHH Cwmmunltj a He gave a groa been shot There mother its me said Alexander I the unknown eternity her eldest son who hnd just gone into and fell as if he had finsinfcsa as junior partner to his father was a moment of agony it was over in stniok insM I any do leave off wasliing a minute and stantly The bell had rung for the curj nttend to hie I ilyersons iu old tain to go np De scream of lior chuin yon for one day and I ror and cry of grief were heard all over asked him to dinner I the house and every one crowded to the Piatfi oquil in wnnr anil color to SOLID SILVER OR GOLD To dinner almost screamed Mrs Hopgood dropping brush in her con sternation Alexander Hjpgood are you Of course I cant have him to din ner Just to look at the confusion this honse is in Oh he wont mind that mother erson Is a thorough good fellow Just let him sit down to anything with the rest of us I shall an dor said pressing her Jij approve of your inviting company nt any tiniej still less at such a period as this If you have been fool enough to ask him yon may get out of the scrape tin best way ynti can llut dont want ony more discussion on the subject says Mra Hopgood dab bling away with the hrush Aleiander went out slamming tho door Well quoth Alexander Hrrpgood tct himself ifI cant ask a friend to my thoresnt least the alternative of spot There was a great hustle and bustle and tlie audience wondered what could be tlie mattor After a few moments an actor stepped forth sobbing and crying and 1 told the horrible their beiored Pulcinella wlio had jnst givin them such hearty liappy lauglis had fal len stonedead The sorrow was universal J and in a little while every theatre in U do nothing of the sort Alex Naples was shut and every onn crowded id Mrs Ilopgood severely com to Ht Carlion It was a strange her lips You know I do not true Geroine scene We all know how your inviting company nt an v dreary nnd ghastly are tho light inviting him to the hvtil 1 never did Ktnrfe dead dreary nnd gltastly are tho and ajipcarance hehiud the scenes of a theatre there is no need of any ad ditional horror to make the place more forlorn There iay poor Petito in the white gown of PuUinelln the blacV mask over hin eyes and the pointed felt hat fallen off Beside him was the grotesque figure of liiH friend in the odalisque tlmw wringing his hand and screaming out hii sorrow and fright and ad the actors and friends and as many an could crowd in were there Poor Petito he was stitf pin i variety nflicnntiftil In Holuf TUcie lilili an lareur than a Silrur DolJfir ncli lo diimrter npiTnl at 1 IIB inoht valuable Souvenirs and Mementos csvcr issiifd OrJ WANTRT in irrry City an Town in litf Cuitcil nnl daitadn to vtinn fjtliuficf tfrritirjt uriW ht fjicrn if Jrxired KBTAIL Fur the AIM In Mtvnr M cenUj Gill Slno in fancy lioi Usual iliacotmt t tinTrulc A compete nut it nl niaeni InuitHor velvnlliTiwI tainioL Mrrtilx HITrrrnt Mnititllc for ntiosr wi rcrelpt ilrjft or Post Illoc order lor IIWi or will O I IVricrfpti VD Uircular Iricfi Tlst and EITIB Hamplu sittit upon rrcelj of VI reutH immutut prnllLn rtollH ut Miglit Infnr matinn freo lot Ad dnWi all ctwintuniciitrmtR U S JIKIiAILION flO aii ISioailwsy PO lint fiU Drawl Ci apniiii anl nERALD OFFICE BUDD HOUSE Corner amt Pine sfrcot WKADVIIIK IA Proprietor w and liriii Iho ain In thi cty JASOX BUD I Thin nampTcs for morocco cnn deiiLiin one ul ttc Hen ton Ihc ain inont I o the puMic tOlh Tho honm is rlolily ruralirud l located HippHtil witli wnfcr Itimnehodt or nno huidreil nud flfiy heiitiM romacrn ami nun pie for of mnta i rnrniiatnw claRA accnmTnoflfitionfl ai Gool nubllninil wellMocked luir athiohol Thin will bo fomul on lile at Rmlrl JJootn KUKOII JH AltTUSIAN WBIFS Klfi IKONS A N D J ASTI KLVIW I X IUOV ANII HltASS Fnln of tho Fa I cit I Balance Valve PA Screw niul Hope Clumps fUlUS i SlKTJRKTT RENT ADJUSTER Lino R in WE EN FRESCOING FRESCOlIfG I DOMINIQUE MINOGGI ITALIAN ArtUtio Snsl West I AND TITK Grea Oil Rspos VI A THE Philadelphia Erie Railroad ITS CONNKCTIONS Alrio the Ciimax Mower and Reaper and SelfRake for tho KNOWLES STEAM PUMP liuill ii tn Kcllnc uollce J B Hn for Oil Slcim WaHr etc t iinkff SILlln tujil nvo ytliiiii pttAlniDU of all kiniln ilmif nn uliort WrtUAMD BROWN WILLIAMS CO IX MISS U K will receive pupils In nitAWfNfttJKAVONINOand Oil 1MIHTING for Illlfld For partfcnlurH rnrinire loom J Munniim Jut tf T am now ninnlng In with my iaa Mill a Machine hho I am prni to ill all klnJn of rniflnu nni work All work entrnHUvrt to my cart will IKWVI piompt tciitlon Enfrinn work a Hpcnallv iy wlll alwayn Ixi reuonahlo I have on hand and or nilo Ii n Plpo Krant etc lu I ito llpi CnttlatE I have nn lianrf a larpe ntinihf r of anil IMitrt wlilch old at vnry low prleon Jstnnna desiring anjlhlne In my lino will Und it to thttlr Advantnpe tocil t my place EAST WATKtt IlEAL ESTATE EDENBUROCLARION CO PA by uiiu no Tt nnl cotilrnlA aM Ibftcara of iti Tinw which I by men uf Innff in ttic linni Ifurt wUl benparedcin llitlr part o iariie1 from the will ilirocl HhipritMo mark LINR refer them to Um of Company tor nhipi ac Me etc W V ft It HFt ITS Jr HKO M BMI UlSTtXK Clevnunil OHIu tliiHtern t A cent nt Wit Ifjcly j C OUT AWT an KSOX Flavfc now tfr wile nin1 firm cinlHtnini i2 on the Knuvrn Krlt vrUhlu onn nJ ii ball of thU placr Ono ftirm rf I5 nrar this place 30 acre Uui e nncibvunlh rojally 3i One wrirt ono eighth rovulty nolnz 7 barrelo Ono acre IraJir royaltv iloititf HO larrcla wtshine to iiml mir H of producing and otlinr li Aliu Itlurnvllln lilralir in MfNEUAI LANDS Ilia innvtil hiiolnro from IVrxhill IHwk 10 hln rrsi ilmcv IxT IVrrv street ruayntf H J ESLElir FIRELIFE StACClDENT INSURANCE AGENCY Me Jt Stewart block on Spnmc onvtr Tltnsrllte II Manafacturer Dnuler tn all VtmU of IJoorm llllmU HokeLi OmunlSldlnir etc Onion Ml National nM lx AIM rt1 all orders in hU lino for CHURCHES PUBLIC HALLS THEATRES PARLORS ETC uny known aft For the rwt four yearn hr fius bctu witu A Tulamu an t ApvclTueai bin work can 5ten ut tbo MetboJLit tbo of Kiceville tfte KlLil Cburrh nt CVatnsTillr tlie rejililinivs of V H llnthrits A V IVrrinJjniin of vlUri and many Orders Promptly Attended to Jf a DOMINIQUE MIXOGGI Kox 416 Pa MIXKB3 AND SinPPERS OF GAS AID BITDMOnS COIL oo Tbe KaJIroad in Couniv POlirt OF SnTPMBTVTWKST XOXTERET rc tba ranimaBceuient eif opentiooa by lhi4 jiy wellknown liUumlnooo tuu bova h by and itA ckaracter ca nYl havtnifa nuperior quality of OKitOE O TRK WEST WOXTE REV CLAJUOS COUiiTV IA 0rfi If SEEDS T11EES PLANTS MUcd Lavrn Potatr rruntjl Trim Small and Fmlta and pricw JOHN A A MDRDOCH tl Srlianold ilrvrl OB   

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