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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - February 14, 1878, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                DMIyKoporl and Review oftuo fiitiio Porolenm outullv eauiplled 1roui tbo moat reliable j i fEG ilEPOll tSof tbe fronull points of the u ami If used will bo paid for lily acquaintance Iwith B Omaha iu September 1SG7 lin FAyBW i CT x sa E o x TOL XIY NO 204 JTCTUSnLLE THTOSBAY FJjB RUAK Y 141878 reat Father and being fixed up for the winter start but early in the spriugvon u i tLe wailPath That fall I met Mr Stanley SftU ready WomMlt1 notwe togo to any poiic in intriguescalumny nor endeavor She1 Xtin encourages treason in Bokhara and life but a bold fear in criticising men and measures S or civil that won fori him no in eousldejjabhi reputation present with Orneral Hancock iu Apjil when the General Vunforttiriate attackand total de struction of the Indian village of the Cliey enues aud worth of property oc curred The burning rf this villago was lowed tbe damage to tbe consruction of the Pacific Railroad and the outrages and barbarities that the Indians afterwards perpetrated It M enough here that the aftair settled Mr Hinuoeks Presi dential pie as subsequent events proved The Mtir of Stanley who was an eyewit ness when the order was piven together with his accounts of the livesthat the offi cers lead at thu outposts did not tend to give the military a vefy exalted location iu public opinion In the decline of sum mer a Peace Commission composed of Qpnerala Haruey Sherman iVrry born Senator HendersonCommissioner Taylor and Culonel Tap pan bVnt out by the Government to treat with the In dians After proceeding aa high up the Missouririver as Fort Siiy they returned to Omaha in October and Mr Stanley re ceived orders to join the commission as correspondent far th Democrat tile Indians wore agreeable 10 a uc6 at Medicine Lodge Creek a branch of the Arkansas 145 raiies from Fort The expedition occupied about sis wreksi and your correspondent had daily oppor tunities to become tolerably well acquaint ed with Stanley and form some sort of an estimate of the manner of man he was since he belonged to that sort who carry their hearts on their sleeve and par ticularly outspoken in regard to himself In personal appearance he was stout disposed to be thickset his physique not massive nor of that chubbywiry broad shouldered sort tbat would stand a great amount of hardship His hair was black and his eye a sort of indescribable color perhaps a cross between a groy and a eye once seed never to be for from any extraordinary biill iancy or flash it contained so much as an oddity thatwas peculiarly its own One of the correspondents always spoke of his eyes as wolf eyes He wore a slight uiuBtacliP was most abstemious in his hub and possessedof more enthusiasm and enegy in his profession than any person I have ever met He was a mass of vital energy that no amount of ridicule phased thst no sneer of incredulity daunted that no amount of laborhindered that no pos sibility of danger or fear of consequences turned aside coupled with an amount of assurance in relating his own expbits that at the time seemed if not oh the brag order at least slightly savoring of Mun His life haddecidedv been a romantic one He entertained us during the long and dreary ride from Fort Ilar ker over the desolate and dreary Kansas prairies as the springltss ambulance wended its way slowly and jolting along ovir the rutty road with tales of his life in Persia and Turkey his robbery anc im prisonment as aspy and his final deliver aiice by the aid of the United States Min ister at Constantinople His memory of adventures was remarkable and when the springs ofthat ran dry he had the gash kig andand luxuriant fountain of a nigb Oriental imagination to draw more facts from He pointed out all the nota ble places along the ford at Fort Zirah where t lie Mexicans were killed and then launched into a descrip tion of mules their peculiarities differ ences and traits of character only their own and the nest moment descanted in strains of boyish admiration over tbe wonderful acting of a Miss Annie Ward at that time playing to the Omaha rabblr He was decidedly fund of lady with a sort of frank and boyish admiration tbnt refreshing to behold in one so verwd on places and countries and people in dis tant and different dimes At 4 oclock of afternoons he was the first to seek a place to write He was friendly with all the Btouts andneglected no source of news Of his early J if u he gave no definite in formation said his earliest recollections were of beingon shipboard the pet of tbe captain and favorite of the sailors on ac count of his fearlessness and catlike ac tivity When asked how he come to get into journalism he said tho flrst lin he ever wrote was on account of a nival en gagement that he witnessed from the masthead one of the earlier of the war he sent it to the New York IIeald It was accepted published and liberally paid for and Stanley received a flattering leter from Hr Bennett as Stanleys was the only account This so fired the boys ambition that he applied himself to rend ing and study as rigorously aa ho could and the formation of the resolution to travul and write In furtherance of this plan he must have visited Turkey toward the close of the war for in tbe winter of 1867 be appeared at Jefferson City hired a hall paraded the streets in Turkish tur ban auu garb and advertised a grand lec on Turkish life manners and cus delivered in the costume of the country Missouri Jegiaktors were tlren more interested in railroad steal the re peal ofthe Test Oath quality of Bourbon whisky and new modes in draw poker than in the Turkish traveler and Stanleys lecture was not a success At which he made his headquarters aided one of Ojnaha city papers but spsat hid best energies jn studying nnd posting himseff on Indian matters His povveta of labor were immense and he Bever tired nor lost hig teropor I hnve known him after riding all day iu the im balance to remainup tbe entire nighj Wrapped in an overcoat and blanket and on liis knee by the aid of a tallow can dle write the Jivelong night seveial let ters to different yet on same subjects changing language and so as to be ready for the courier who started at break of day and then trust to the joltiris of the ambulance for his nods of repose on the narrow repeat letters and in says time and mean to travel He succeeded in arranging with the York Herald and his subsequent career is known to all the world q c B IturinI or lie An eyewitness of the funeral of Greg v e w asto Sva th teet Placed war n defense of the downtrodden Chris tians i shu covers them with teats trans ports them in her ships builds then fortresses directs their digs their trenches plans their campaigns pays their debts applauds them whispers into their ears promises of victory and alliance and through Jier press tribune and diplom acy defends them before indignant Eu rope Turkey is only an automaton ani i mate by the breath and spirit of En gland I Europe wilt do well to consider i linghsh actions and principles and recog tnat it is in fact England that is the con stant beie noir of European peace the constant source of discord and suspicion We know not how soon Europe will find this out i as regards Russia England may rest assured that this country has ceased to bu naive or ceremonious toward her now with whom she has to deal She lias receired a good lesson from J O HIT2X OFMEADVILLE to cill to the ftct Aat lie Sob ACecy in Cwfbrd ad ul couutica ior tbg sale of tbu celebrated the so as to n P mortal Pontjff The corpse was wfch shoe3 whosc the and iitl n S i the third the rierllt lland and tLe eod faCe reUiQed a such as 1 had seen it b Witlli the h K i Tho ce ouly T GENEUAL tot tb Uaptf1 e wmftin1 and two as a11 h a as far as the cliaPlil or smelt a chance for another letter The commission was detained longer than was anticipated owing to the delays of the Cheyrnnes in coining in to sign tbe treaty bat at the cod of October the last of the hostiJes came in took their govern ment clothing and rations uttered the usual Indian complaints relative to thu white mans ill of go to Washington to sea the by the gate to then retire by the opposite side No ore was admitted in the chapel itself The body was privately interred or more propetly speaking iul mnrerl iu the church onSarutday night tbe 6th of June Ths Popes are walled up in a niche over one of the green doors at thu main entrance of St Peter and there remain till tbe space 13 required for tlitbody of the successor Meanwhile the preparations for a pub lic funeral went on A catn falquu was erected in the centre of the nave and during high mass whTch was held every tnoruing this was brilliantly illuminated Within it was an urn or sarcophagus on which was a velvet cushion supporting the Papal tiara over which suspended from abovv blazed one single big flame Over each of the four side En trainas to the catafalque was tbe legvnd Greg XVI P JI in large gilt letters On Sundiy the 13th of June the last public funeral ceremonies took place in presence of an immense tbrong from every nation and tribe under the sun filling the vast cathedral to its ntmost capacity The services were very long and the cbanting hideous TDK catafalque was lighted up nnd incense burned around it Over the main en Trance to if was Greg XVI P M Patii public justi funebri cum lachrymis The body as above stated had already been committed to its resting place but not its last one there to remain far longer undisturbed than any of its predecessors With the close of this high mass the burial ceremonies of a deceased Pope were concluded and im mediate steps were taken to elect his suc cessor rtn couuc England and undoubtedly will profit by makes Tnf telephone h noning into use mora rapidly in England than in country of its invention It hia beentakeo up with great enthusiasm by the English especial Jy since Hatisfactory esperimenLs have been made in the pnsenuu of royalty Its practical utiliiy ia daily beiug established iu a yaiiVty of ways It has been found especially valuable in mines and has been adapted to the divers helmet so that a conversation can ba kept up between the bottom ol the ocean aud dry land Queen Victoria has ordered a1 number of tele phones for Oaborne House tlie royal resi dence on the Isle of Wight for cominuui cation with other points Thepolice sta Uous of Birmingham have now telephonic connection The London banks are to be I uuited lo their branches iu the same wav ii n XT amie and the Aeiw has arranged for a telephone to t fie House of Common Its PiaroplH is to be followed by the other leading journals Bit the most important h Tf yw want best orgin uiade diat Lay anv f it Don t uitrumeuts of that olten cnigo ironnd i woiilu ba ylaM tu yu one 01 tho old uandarJ reliable at about he ilo uiauy ptuple pav for sooiecbBiipuako I aUo k a Ueuunil ot telegraphic system and Music Books T KOtt OK EiST TEllilS ol One bnndred and acre TIB ru iuquiieof lanil situated 01 le smd F M POSTAL ANNOUNCEMENT TUESDAY JANUARY i 1878 8100 A n open rron MAlLi i to Hioop at ttioo 31 to ioo p nt u OfKU till SiytO E FOil l Pa CLtiVliLANbu COIiliV ao tl 31 7iO of nil kindd wblch I CAU send br on receipt ot order All diu tc to J U iltLl Mradvlo fj will pcoupi al 1 Col fc A L ttoberis tit vs Oie Producers Torpido Com pany ct m Defendants O SCTfiUUir IB the BUir in equity ot Colonel E A JL aad Ida 1 kvlierti anatusl Ihe Tor Co ital tlie Cuuit the It junction lbc Lwici of Ameiica ITesteiaDljitilct ol Tht Prindmtaf tla United To the 1rjauco B Torpedo i ompany r E Gray Edwnid E awett Fioatrick L Steley llosa Hiiuey J Ii Oauier 0 Kemp Bartlbtt E K nesa IL L A LBuhuttlA tianksoD Clart Uobmson EUoyleatoh Joseph Clearwater and Autustus SC Tinker agents 11 30 JKANltLf Xlu Ia MJW VOUK OIL tllll Blood in the D An increase of blood in the brain said Dr William A Hammond in a lecture nfc Cooper Institute recently hasbeeo found to accompany mental action A congested condition of the brain often gives rise to hallucinations A recumbent position will often bring these on and they will disap pear when the person or standsup Doubtless tnrmy ghosts have been seen in this way Hanging causes a certain de gree of congestion of the brain I dont suppose any of yon have ever been hang ed bat it is tha testimony of those who have been and who were cut down that experienced a very exalted condition of mind This is also true of drowning Standing on the head produces a similar condition An English writer of some note says a fine landscape can bo viewed to better advantage by stooping down and looking back between the A circus tumbler once told me that standing on his head was almost equivalent to taking a glass of champagne Impedingtbe blood in its return from the brain sometimes produces hallucinations I once had a pa tiint who said that when his cravat was tight he saw an apparition of Sir Walter Raleigh This neverdeceived hia Intel lect Who can sny how many of tliu phe nomena of spiritualism and ghosts arise in this way whure the persons not snili cieutly intelligent to rise above the delu sion Itetii of Mtudcnta wntl From lbo HjifcriT tveufni Tost There was a serious disturbance a few days ago between some students of Wes lejan University Middletown and some ten or t we re yearold boys who attend tbo Central School It seems tbat some of the little fry went up to the college campus and snowballed some students Tiie students gave chase to them and they ran down College street to the school and into the yard where a terrific snovball battle began the students going on to tha schoolgroqndsin pqrinit pt the iprocetts The Superintendentllr Sauyrr who was in this school building at the time catne out ordered the boys to go into the school and the students to vacate the premises This thu students refuaedto dojind in stead commenced throwing again Mr Sawyer svas hit several times once in the fight eye breaking his eye glass and making a severe brnise An other ball strmk him in tbe mouth loosen ing several of his teetli and he wa3 hit in various other places He stood his ground manfully however until the disturbance was quelled Several pants of glass were the melee The attention of Mayor Douglass Jjafl been caljed to the matter and he will undoubtedly see a snfflcieot number of are present to cjuHl any disturbance that may here after arise and to arrest the Ql A Rusuinn Opinion of IKii The Moscow Golo3 speiks lu mind thus frely of Engl nd undoubtedly 8 enmv Both open y 8n Uecr reisw her In nvrry si iapj ojeitburofa 1 JiilESTOWSJ X 7 7UO 6SO GU Uo LANDING B f 0 PLEAATVILLli R00 OOUKSTKJl N r 3 5 410 Autitlonal Pittaburch tT30 p ui Satur MAIIS AKKIVE FlOif A si rM KltinFiji D Pa O III rH D 4OK 7 10 CUUUV EttlK KDKSBUKii KliANK11 N MHADVILLB 12COu NKW YHKK OIL CITY VrtLADELJMUA IMTtStillUGU PAIlKliUS PLKArti NY DC h 0 4UO 103 too 1 0 40 WAY MAIL TO Eroctnn N VvinIT iBlty Oli 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leloiidiuls not e tnt ot eaid ODHI pluaoiit lo tho allowance f their n oiioo it oideicil from any fui ibflr nae or salt m 003raavaer ot tlie uald patented IniproTBmict iiow ihire ore tn cnuBiilrratloti of the poiruei you tbo tad Proiluctn TorpoJo Conijany P U Grjy Kdnaid is Swoit U Sruliy llanoy J K OnmtT J E If ilesa Q L Swell A L llnnnt A Jliuksun Onri lloi iD3ou E iio Jcacjili Clearnnier ano AieU8tiU l Tinker yonr BLinU reivjatr em C8 and norltmeii atd all olbois actinir Uy ate undfr yonr unlbouynnd leslricly cirinaleil and enjoined uole peua ly o ten Ihnuaaud dulai tbat jn aud Oitli uf vuu do artoliuely nnd fioui aiij and all fni tinu o nr in any nanuerol ralu patcuttd liflproTumonl and Iron ilulns any nc or tbinj to lr tbe Lctltri 1atcut or toy ibeuj 07 fo Lfuie or tnipa r tlje Jijiht oJ toiipla nanr Ida B hoberu tu tbo invrnilnu jurt inpiuvemBjt ur jjiy o then ID Lcttfn latcni upcclflca JDO tbo tlonorible ilirriou K Wftlle Chlil Julkeoi I hu Uultcd Sistiea d ipteme Court al Ibt Uuitcd Utcs it thu fouit llcnirin Ilie cliy if 1llfjbttrh In tho Wteteiu Diitiict of 1Buujl vnln this e jbth dn or Juue Anno Djtulnl onr i boat and enut bundrcd and ncTeutyiTeu anil 01 onr 1 US clr Cuuu H D GAMSU CUii Injunction granted until the Couri JUUB Bib Ijm curiiin Ccorpe Uwtlng Of JtUn Vlphla nod I F IaltergoD Biq nppearo i m rouuicl for cuupUd aid Hp ry HldKin ji o for tbudcfu Union Express Company OFXICS M VltANKLJi STUEKT first Uoor Bonlh of TllnjviJli iljDUJtclUJjnx Tilutvllle General 01 ifnaay yetclianJlM Irodaco LirofU Notei Hli jnil icconnta promptly tbe prlncfpu cllioa towns In UB blrcct Iloe Plilimlclphlm Bol nod the 800 th Direct lisa to all folafi In tbe Oil Utj n on all tntln STERRETT Co to Stanett St Co TITUSVILLE ANDrCORRY PA n Asptuwull F IT Olbbs Anarews UWA a MI i DIEKOTORd J W Alexander A A Stationary and Portable Boilers and Engines TOOLS FOKCHLOU AUTEStANAVErL9BTQ IRON AXB CASTIXGS OF ALL KDTDS IN TOON A Kit BliASS maaiitactuiers of tlie new Patent Balance Valve Engines PATENT Temper Screw ami Kpe UIBBS Jt PATENT ADJUSTEB Alno the culebtnted Climax Mower and Reaper and SolfRake Aeenta foj the celelirnteil KNOWLES STEAM PUMP Si ccejuur ta Titusyilie ManiifzctnriBs Gos Brass SHOPS Iron Casliis FOKGINGS of AND BOILERS TOOLS KTQ IKONS nnd OIL SUPlLIKS Stills Storage Tanks and Sole Manufacturer of tbo SNOW ITIIU PATENT ttAli VALVE XSD DIRECT ACTIKQ T3TUSVIUKPA SATHWA1 TUBE WORKS CO TITUSYILLE PA ii edyernment Bonds Deposited with the United States Treasurer to Secure Bill Hold and Depositors PRESIDENT HVDEOASfllER OIIARLE9 HTDS E U CHASE U 0 I3EKWK WM M HEJf DBRSON c T E HOP BOBEBTS CO BASHES SPHUSQ STHEI TitasvUle Pa Stockhoiderslndividually Liabif Bny Mid yorelp and DomcsHc Hrolunm and Goyeruuieot Sfcurltles Make Uolleotlout oi n throughout nnhlui bnilnoV ou Ume aILLlMAY CLINTON BANK CLINTONVLLE VENANQO CO PA THOS ilcKEE DIlsEVTOnS A F Hollntfr K L Cuchini O C McKcc Oollectibus made in nil parts of tlio Bulliou JDistrict GERMAN NATIONAL BAAK MiilerstowD Butler P O AIDRBS Capital iftLLS PA CHAN IcrildtDt flOOOOO CITIZENS NATIONAL BAJfK t Itizcua Capital paid in KOBRRt IJohnhOi I A Juiiilfaoo It UeiuH JavlH i llerdel U V St Water F Henrv nn J h UUrlt 8 v Boston Ma8slanJMcKecsportPBnD of LAPWELDKD Oil Weil Tubing Casing and Line Pips 9 to 14 tuchiH Diiiiarirr Each Joint CfiitfBllyinsiictted reamciUt Drt and tovtd wilb tuo AOOI ell MI i ic ol SOi i iitindi to iba kiiiro Inch ftipiueat Hnch liiMutli acjmpeJ with our traJo mjilc UIA OUft PATENT CODPLLNGS rp nado to orrtor n lit all of TURING d LINEPITB from Iwo Inchts to uur ecu Inches diameter EATON COLE AND BURHHAM CO AGTJNTJ OtL CITY PA GEO W TJFPT SONS CO citT apon oTdsri i left on Book f O A PIT UH IIJLK JltKHJE XTOKKli AC BARTnOLOllKtV tion meanfjctaicr of Ataerltai anI Mirble UoDumtnlixBdTomtitftnM tcfe mil QmiU U B H BoughtonJJr General Agent Opera Hoase IPmrmg BLOSS Bad rm i Tern ihei OeriU4 51 numbers ii c flLusk ILatojnrs mrtr J COCTAWT KSiATSi A C S COiTillSIONBE It Stewait Block C WASaiXQTON D O i irill fiud this oipet 01 a the HOSEA T HUNT SUCKER RODS Patent Sand Jump Reels Baud aud Bml Wheels R8T Iron Sleigli Shoes Grate Bars aud aM kius of Castings Casting of atl ktndj rtcne to order short rarlfcuJaratteottoa paid to repairlogEDeTaes and Boicni Abo to paitt and func Wood lurufaT ucd to plaia aid faocv Erroll Sjirlojr EttU can uwaya fiud a my uuaafKt ea at the Eaton Cole Bmuham Co t store la OllCltj fa An Iron Fouadery Kuni DJ ill 1 WoJ lion Tnruiac Latheaind SanMU1 kep constantly run Luiutor oo hand at all times Caah paid for saw loga I10SEA T HONT ALE ALE I ALE I hafo been ippalut d SOLE AGEilT for o aud Tor tue red by SHOEilAITEK i NOBLE tnc csf s 10 kux a of JBuffjlo A 1 aaj now piuparf d to furuiab Iho trade ton lit la with tho abovu ceiOjratrd OnStr lert ai e 7C SOU m FBAJVKLLN STBEET will promptly filled Liquor Uea4f XIVEHY SOUTH WASHINGT ON StabUs formerly occupied Ip Jfubbard it Can I EUROPEAN HOTEL Ilcniy Bliiuck Proprietor 8PRIKO STltliKT KHXT TO 1A The generous patronage aileolcd to thla JToTel by thu irjvcliuc public and tUu citizens if Tlliin vllle proiriutur t aiy ibtt he aro nu pa us or lo aiake bU cu stj uuil ilay boinlera eutliey aliifled with heir bl of rjie and a tditjlimeut A aepiraU nwiD toe Jadioj ilial to rdrr Joseph Mngiuu Propr Corner Fraollln aud T iitcbaijlc ntjottj TUTT5VILLB FA Two niinuiu1 walV fraoi tbe of the T AJ K t ha A i K K ELEQANT SAMPLEROOMS Ollt CornracrcUl Trarceni autloiuto Uair rcfuibUhuJ tbrongli New Horses New Carriagei New HarneHB ritE FT5TEST 1 PKNQrjT5 Ladies DriYiDrorses a caro taken ot HOAKDISG HOH3E3 15J CBUOWIV LIVERY STABIE SALES SUBLE EXCHANQf STABLE BOAROINOSTABLF HOTEL STABLE Browns Alley rrarEmjeaiT Hotel Citr Eajjajid tfann to tbe tianji A riibiiu oy HacV lardiocnorOJ carr uBmrtia to ail jiarU i ctv Iravelirin with liue btmn at B Hotel will find allho uiceiiirr lutet bLutile afoTiimidjinns coiprtto io all depiuttnecti of CELEBEATED WeitlUboliS iho EZCLUJrE in tfaU tityuud vlcluiry or J7IoOai Severances 1 fnm tbe old Bnffilo BrfTerj 01 lubJjjheJ ID Isu Ittl ut otir core ntu uo ITJUI mud V CO OLD STAJwDj Diamond and Spring Streets SpecUl Block Main St PA utnod tiom for luiu joed roqva with buaid BUDD HOUSE Corner ol Wfiicr and Plae streets MKAUVILLt PA JASON BUUU This will foaiil on file at tbe TJudt a Vllut Tiie Hope Refinery COR DROWN WATER STRIET8 CO lo la balk or qttU ly lUlt a llbtral iharc t of aor THE MoHENRY HOUSE MEADVIJLLE PA Was ReOpened Monday Dccemlicrilllli ERS LANDINQ PA iTlLIKRSTOWSt 0 llrelt Anaot ST F W Dounhton t n Parolur Utfot U At of toiKrt or BUT tlietiof tan O DTtMtNit Jit U M CLARK Proprietor 11 Odaloroi GASOLINE AND BENZINE novHtf op BARN SD A LL Iiiroyed Melliod ot inns Messrs Nickerson Slrceter OF PLEASAHiviUE lately own granedf Patent for M Ingenious Economic land jr Method ot Pumtiluij y M4aus or One Kiiiuo Only e IArtlci dnlrTur tu latrixlocc belt will irf AUal   

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