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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1877, Titusville, Pennsylvania J f O DAILY RRFOai MONTHLY ASD ANN UAL STATISTICAL lUtVtKW inii tire all of tbV 0 II and if to HbejSly Jild ft r onouly tide at tbe J riibraikroiti I BLOsS v J a COGSWELL BIO FO1 OF CALL IoikSun John W lectured Mfora ttlie Manhattan liberal Club Wednesday evening about California when in the de liiiuw of fever Auiong the un tioutliv iriinew he BigBen and Little Dick mates Big Bea was far above any inan in stature burjy and 5pf wonderful utrengflihis favorite pastime Dick was a curiosity fpr the stalwart miuers on account ofjiis ineaner sbol was weihin eighty pounds pick was relsadiebut coWardly and Big Ban Lad to do the hitUngjforliiin So al though and kind naturally Big Ben1 got the reputation of a dus perado In mming bowlders too heavy to be handlfed by a men were often encoun tered and when they were the proprietors of adjacent chump were invited to assist ia removing them Big Ben twas never forgotten and ho did the work of half a dozen of sturdy the der had been moved nearlyfar enough he commonly thrust well un der the bowlder and pressing his souldur against the crowbar bent it nearly double Finally Jitii Cook the blacksmitlv vowfed that vfouid crowbar that Big Ben could not bend Hegot ous bar of east steel from Frisco and it into a crowbar that sure enough Big Ben could not bend The latter thishis first defeat ito his dying There came from the States to recuper ate the doctors wife and tiny daughter Birdie She became very fond of Big Ben and he worshiped her Though he or cradling with a glimmer of the yellow specks at the bottom bright enng his eyes he would go when Birdie said Come Ben I want someflowers or pretty stones Toryears afterwards the miner used to say between the puffs iof their evening pipes that weakened but once It was in front lot a saloon Little was the aggressor and pistols and bowieknives gloamed Birdie1 said Come Ben with catohihg iher up in his afins jtligtBeu walked away The mining camp was by the side of the bed of adriednp stream Across its high banks a single fallen tree extended the only connection between the camp and the flowery slope beyond tberiver One nobn as suddenly streams in that region do return to their beds a mighty flood poured downthe bed The miners saw Birdie gathering flowers on the opposite slope returning with Little Dick saw her He shouted Dick and get Illhold the Hai puthis a crevice beneath the tree and braced his massive shoulder against it Little Diek darted across aboutwhich the waters were rising fast snatched up Birdie andran andas he darted across it and spraugtoibeshpre the tree whirled ilnwn Big Ben fell Bloody foam was on his lips He had ruptured a blood vessel Birdiea mother wiped away the foiiirii and looking up whispered I saved Birdie and bent the bar and died He had bent the crowbar that Jim Cook liad forged to oyertaihis strength CIlY whew it in twtUlly observed 1he patient seemato worthy intelligent and pleasant manand ceiviug all the assistance which the physi cians of stances first face with condition of tW beruian depravity gradually succumbs heart ifcoau be wen to beat forctbiv into desparing A nofable againfctha walk crfithe ekesttheaSexTr feature m the bad lower throbbinrdwtinetlvr called tkeirtendejjey to ia groups and nearly tea onehas from t A certain hquaehold may have had its kitcheniffiirs ably and peacefully admin istered torseveralyears when some unavoidable change brings ia its wake months of protracted distiesauntH at last a long line of incompetent or de basedeooks sihall have to one XWhic1f would representing milder mannorapurer laws afford him soiae support 5 likeTitusaftertlielinipRfMil horrors that ppon had preceded him Meats served up in conditions of bleeding rawness one day and blackened to actual cinders the next soups that are flavorless mockeries vage Ubles execrably underdone or elsepiti lesslyscorched profane outbursts iiu tomporance disreputable shrieks of dis satisfaction regarding thejust payment bf certain wild maledictions noisy are buLa fewofIthe i rapidly winnin South Aiierica Mowing an reaping machines ga to Chili anSBuehba FRIDAY JUNE 187 HATfOKAL WBE f OBIS CO WHOLE NO 4384 i i O most saliently ttiatr France is li pelpag to some such in large numbers Plowstoo are exportedaltfabnigh it is claiihedbyfeihe that there is ndmbneyin themfor Ameri can inanufacturers with the English colonies and wiih Gertniay and f dtis of S trusted andriwponsiWe cookjj i Not long interfeifhum of this diaastreusand unholyfcharaeter toofc place within the family of s certain literary gen tlerrian of New York From week to week he keptacconnt of the changes jfu down stairs erovprnmftnf1 nllefl and although thasacoiin the oposaibly tin1 priority of the strength and quality a of r American promise driveaway other It npwXabout seven years since American export trade begunwith South America Some of the Browns list read aomething after the fol lowing maiiner r j Bridget 1 surnamed Sure Began to reign 1867 abdicated Oc tober 1876 because contemplating a life rexpirts are given belowV The va7 mada is the price at which the ship achinery In January limplements shippedjtp Republic fl159BBd machinery at United Colombia general niacKiflfcry to the amount otJ38220 aod Uragaay agricultural im plementsvalnid InFebruary worth of general machinery was to the UniUd StaUs of r T j vv wua u ukbvu UJL of uatrimony Her reijrn biaarid three locoinotives worth was maAnrl bv went to Ifl March thftre went to Brazilfia6366fgeneral and in 4n i1iTA was maifkGd by great eieoutive clemency and economyand iUjcessatipn caused the most sincere Bridget IT a sovereign of considerable powerbut corsed with1 a raostirascible disppaition Insalted her1 Prime Minister Mrs Brown when rebuked by that dignitary for reckless consumption of butter Popular opinion t w TI I miscellaneous machinery to the United BtaUa of Colombia to value of 195 In April general agricultural ma chinery tothe Argen tine Republic general machinery to Vaneiuela To the UniEed States of Colombiawent decdeai7tmaPiQ8tller abdicated November 187C m favor she B i Katharine sarnamed the Flirt on ac Hrr CnplaimN Miatriurnl mf ihe Acci The remarkable voyage of the City I of Brussels of the Ionian line which Bciled from New York April 21 and arrived at Liverpool May 29 is described as follows by Captain AYilliams left New Tork on Saturday April 21 All went well until 730 ilbnday luornirig when in latitude 41 degrees4U minutes north and longitude 63 15 uiinutes west diatahfc about 491 miles from Sandy Hook the disaster occurred The eugiries were working well making liftythree resolutions with eighty pounds pressure of steam when suddenly they dashed off at a terrible speed for a few seconds shaking the vesael consider ably This gave rise to the Jre port that an explosion took place That waa notthe fact thu real occurrence being the breaking of screw shaft somewhere in tho stern tunnel at an inac cessible point Thu second engineer shut off the steam and wo set sail We made but slow progress especially from the 21st to the 25th of May Wo never had a whole twentyfour hoursof steady wind When we hs3 a good headway the screw was but a alight impediment but when we had light winds it caused us much delay We had to get it to turn the right way by means of ropes The greatest distance madein one on the 7th of May Our ahortest distance onthu 21st of May only fourteen miles He then narrates in detail seeing various steamers and sailing vessels and con tinues l On Saturday the 26th at noon when 150 miles or thereabouts from the net the tug Challenger came up to us but as we hada fair wind we told him to us In the evening however it began to plow a heavy gale from the southwest This continued on Sunday AVe kept off land until 8 p m on Sunday and then the Challenger took us in tow Liverpool I The passengers behaved remark well and gave usno trouble In calm weather we lowered boaUand rowed them abouttheship Sureralladiea played and sangfand thu Canadian ipil g going to the Pdpoa jubilee held Services in the saloon day With re spect to at the time of the accident I should hare turned back in tuy opinioriit would have been fpHy For twenty fltys we i not a drop of rain but out water supply held out well condensed water being used for wMhing 1 enjoyed excellentfcealth Ans old man Thomas about the middleof oar voyags from chronic We1 hid on board 1250 qnar ters of friiah beef and 150 sheep wilued at supply of ice ran oota began to srriclf on the llth and we had no alternative after replenishing bur ice honseki but to throyr the overboard J0ar stores liuted very and we bbUined llonr and from pastingvessels count of the inu Itiplicityof her suitors A giddy good natured queen but wholly her eialtibd position De posed Noverabsr and by ARegency of Three Days during which Jane a valued chambermaid wielded with inuch ability the culinary After which the kitchen was descended into by Bridget III a sovereign whose charac ter previous to accewrion had been repre sented as stainless but whoeariygjve aigng of the most revolting intenipefancij Driven froiu the kitchen people Mr Brown after an reign of only two days and Mary Ellen satirically1 guruamed the Skeletonon accountof her unnatural stoutness for intense laziness Deposed December 1870 Margaret popularly known tlto Pioud Threatened to kill her prime ninister two hours after coronation hc following day refused to abdicate Resisted even the deinands of theariny who unanimously indorsed he policy of the prime prisoned for high treason December 1876 End unknown Succeeded by Bridget IV Lunatic Ser admspistratioh was distin guished by an atteiupt ta snbvert tha usualinethodi of dining throughout her realmcausing soup to be served after Ish and moat before either Banished afters turbnfent reign oftwelve hours and succeeded by Ann known as the Spoiler t And so on through a terribly list of wrong and outrage the chronicle continues at last ending in the month of February 1877 with thefollowing happy Stein Bridget XV tbe reigning sovereign surnamed the Culinary Ahtonirie Modest of g8Btle in speechwise and economical in her rule Beloved by min ister and people A alight difficulty with France the childrens foreign occurred in part of herreign has now been amicably settled The realm ia at presentin a most nourishingcondition and the refrigerator has never been so prosperously administered Long live Bridget Appletons Journal for July the Heart om the tn CHASE iio isEKiiK J ANGIKK dtwtl From the CMcaeo Inter There ia a nianfn attendance on the Central Homeopathic Dispensary corner of Van Buren street and Michigan avenue who peasants the singnlar anomaly of a displacement of the heart from ita normal position on the left side to the opposite of right displacement was not congenital hat was brdnght about by the consequences efan idjory JrotnDr E M of thia well known for his special interest in disesises of the heart and his published lectures on tlmt subject get the following facts1 The patient when at the age of twelve years received a violent blow from the butt of a falling tree He received the ftill force of tha blow upon the upper portion of right chest It crushed in the chest fracturing the Tibs and probably braising the lungs themselves From the effects of this in jary the tfoy wasill aloog time and from supposed he sof fensd from inflammation fit the lungs pleura and heart Hehad no immediate hemorrhage but several months after he l bled profusely at tWe langs It was not after that the nntil several yean abnormal position ol tL ij DYKASTY OP is George Eliot if we Baistake not who speaks of thu silent tragedies unknown and unwrit ten which are constantly taking place the heart was The pitient is disabled exercise and has hac rather a hard time of it ip his eifforts to gairralivihjr y Owing to an valves of fhe heVrt his breathing jiressed he cannot exercise actively anc he is annoyed by cough come under r the con centric displacement when the heart fi toVaid the Injdred side i Dr Hale thiiU injury in pnen monU followed by lang tiasue and adhesion of wallii of the pleura The wall of the left collapM of the depressed this lung The maouer general machinery Uruguay general uia irtll 93368 and iVenernela gen eral machinery appraised at 23250 CAPITAL ii ioverimeut Bonds tbe United Stales Treasurer to illHnlderi IHATtLKSHVDE1liESIDENT M HKNDBUSON o HYDK K T wirn R W B STKUUKLT H BIOKTEK r EXCIIAWGJ3 Gorier Fraaklin and Spriag sis TITUSV1JL1E i CAPITA K Col lection a made on all poluu In lie UullcO SLilo and Canadns liny and sell Kallrooil ainl iovern nirnt Uonuoua Specie and Home nud Korelra EidianRe Intereal allowed on Tluif UepoalU CORRBSP8NDENCE SOLICITED J A NFrLTVPRESIDENT K 0 HOAOCASlttKR ROBERTS i CO JSPBtSTCJ STREKT Titusville Pai Slocklioiaerslndividnally Liable Briy Sell yortlgii Dowedtlc Md Svcarltleir Colleotinun 111 points in the OH Region wt tbrancboat tlit rjnited States and do Geiidnl Bank Ing buiilncH Interest at ebtper cent on time depoiiu GERMAN NATIONAL BANK lillerstoi Bitlfir Coily Pi P 6 ADDRR7S BARNHARTS MILLSPA Cuhier Capital Irtldent fOOOOO CeneraJ Bunking tnuiMCtod Coma ij20 tf W twelveawmlhii oo at a mteifln ienui iJ Aock CnruK Bauloni I wlthfcnt erUa Manurilotarers of LAlWKLDID Oil fell TDMni CasiBganilLiDe Pipe1 4 14 Each jolat eareruUyinBpected and ou Imlmuliciueaaurooi spu to tho square ruck shipxueut Wtu 3UB PATENT COUPtlWGS Are niaJo to Older to fit all auea of TORINO JASIXG LLtrerUMi ftou U ouriBMi Inches diameter i FAT ON COLE AND BURNHAM CO AGEKtS OIL CIIV PA f novSlft GEO W TIFFT SONS H Bonghton Jr General Agent PAltKHKS unruliest PA C 0 Krett Aseut Sr K W Bouglitoii Ageut B Iaiuter Agent i mil At auy of tlieso olflcea I he TlfltennlnM tbuJiW can I K HBOUOHTUM JH oraity UupUoiite paiti tbuJiW can Im ulueU ot cjidorcd GIBBS STERRETT Majiufacturiiig Co Successors to QlUw Steirutt i Co TtTUiVlUE PA i OFEIUEKS i GlWw ITMldcnt ToLu L UcKiimey Vice JreaiUent U A A SecrsUry DIRKOTOKS KH w Sterrett H J W Alermuder Andrews A A ABpimvull Joliu L JJoKiiiney j yf Uaunfucturers of Statioiary anil Portable Boilers and Engines TOOK8 FOKOILOll JlIO IKONS AK1 CASTINGS IN IRON1 AN1 JJUASS i Sole nutnftclaien of tio new i PaleBt Balance Valve Engine PATENT Have been rawoTad ftoiu NO tT 3PRISO STKBKT Cher Olimted t ut door A tf A Week IOJEK Tituavllte and dealer lu flrat MlNBRAI LAKD3 IU ottua froui k u hti il tit Pefrvatreot f WA8H1KOXON DO will tbU wt A tii tb Ueidro I I iulb4iv POSTAL AimOTJNCEMEIfT KCOTJORSi SuxiuTg oven SATVHDAVK till Vs 1 A M I AUJOKU 1a CLtVJiLAJifDO OKlCAGOlll t OUUY Pa I UAUl ISBUKO JAMtiJOWN N MFADV1LLL ID X 740 1090 740 740 CM CS 3 IB J0 XIO OLU 310 I D 700 655 PAUKKiS 1ANDINO C51 V N y WASJIIM1UK 1J W ARU EN V 115JJ jo 6W ALBANY a 30 Ji AitIUVBhOU AM BltADFUlD la iLEVKLAUD O JHHJAGO 01NCISNATI K kl I JTOX B ORG L UAKUtSUDJflU M BAD V1LIK NKWVOltK v PLIILApKLPUIA IlTTSlirJhCutl 1AKKEltS 1AJN JJ1NU tKASANTVLLtK I Bob ir i AKKIVIj i43jifn pni WAY MAIL Tlliiavilllu to Jirocton Nlii TltuiiVllIt to Oil City t rUuMvllla to AV IltiiVvllfo lii Vraiitlln Jlmtowti H K1 i i Oorry to Krle itopc Clamps GIBBS it 8TEBBETT PATENT ADJUSTER the celebrated Climax Mower and Reaper and SelfBake Agenta fbr the celebrated KNOWLES STEAM Dealers In yiitlnjjn for Oil QM Steam etc liulld Iron Tanks Sllllsuid eveiylhlu of all kinds done bo short to Heflnerien uotfcc EMPIRE LINE to The Umpire Transportation Company offers bnnlnedii community RELIABLE FAST LINE TKK and the Wek f THK Great Oil Bepss VIA TUB i Philadelphia 4 Erie Railroad ANI ITS tJOPrNEbTIOJfS It nrnpt and all tlie earn of ttt Tjne wlncli iitraanaeed by mun of In the MIAIMW and tm tiflort will M on their tu to tin purnua from tlie will direct ahJpMra to MMkwtckuH LINK ami refer them vo the AgenU of tlie lor etc etc i GIOKOK W KI3IINE General QKOftUE MBAL1 OEOkOK Vf CKOHS l Ohio Wwtcin Cjy fy 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dislributed ii Ibis Year at Lower Prices thu First class Pipes iiaye been offered for during ljielast5 yearL NEW ENGLAND 0 iESTEY COTTAGE Ii9f V f Q OKGAJSS BY US FOR OIJR RFT TRAli FOB 1S76 Every who to porclutsw a Piano or Organ within two years and will send what particulara tiiiy wiiiii together with copy of thiajutver tiaement will be regriatered and a receipt of W 00 on the poxchaite of the eame aent them by rotam Wanted for it A t i r j 7 i BO
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