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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - August 23, 1881, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                VOL XVII NO CO F W AMES rjucecmor to tlio COMPANY MACHINE SHOPS Am IRON mm ami of Stfttldiiary auu tngines and Boilers TOOLS HIG 1UON8 nd Oil WEM Tntt Ntontffe Tank Mnn and Pip riolo Mamifuclnior of Pump Gale Valve AND OtHECIACTINO now Paten TLTUSV1UK 1A J 8 WEIBLE Agent HKADKOltP PA BEECHER COPELAND WarrcnPa AUKNTri FOi WAlUiFN UOUNTV REPAIRS LEAKS AND IKNKHA1 Job Work Gas and Steam Fitting Promptly attoiulocl to by n iH ZOOK Plumber and rittor roppar Tin Sheet Iron Worker nutl to tbo No 3H StTitiwilio lliiKd tilted up for Hot or Cold NViitor Marble StanU Waror ClonoU Hath 1 blc l Hooting Iuvurt iliwtoi atovo iitie Oil SuiolU jtftokH Jhiirmuy iopH Iin nul Stoves fitted 1utulw ropairod and liter SVoHH iltivon UepairinK of all dcno to orilur Kationai Bank ton Cttsinj CAPITAL CONDENSED TELEGRAMS weather indications for tho Lower Lake regions are fair weather light vari able winds stationary tomperaluro pressure royal assent ban benn given Land Bill success of the ministoralish in tho elections for member of tho Spanish Cortes in confirmed Captain Howate who ia charged with embezzling Government bonds has been re leaHed on bail tho Malleys charged with tho murder of Jennie Cramer haH boon post pouod two woekn election yesterday for members of tho Spanish Cortes at Havana reunited in tho election of a Conservative majority King lUulQneon ofj Denmark havo arrived at Cronstadt Thoy woro met by tho Czar tho Czarina and Grand Duko and proceeded to relorhof with thorn Colley of St Louis while on a visit to his daughter at Old Hampton Mass wnatiikon nudilony ill of 11 rights disease Mid died Sunday morning ago 75 years Ho was Maydr of St Louis during Ibo war H Farwell of Chicago wan drowned ou Monday by the upsetting of n small yacht in which he and a number of companion were sailing on tho Sun Fran cisco bay Tbo rest of tho party who clung to tho boat woro drowned thero will bo no general run uesty of suspects in Ireland it is stated that Father Steehy Mr Keltic and about six other prisoners arrested shortly after the passage of tho Coercion Act will bo liberated before Parliament rifioi dispatch from Tunis says that iliojde parturo of IhoBoys troops was fixedfor yesterday They number 2000 mostly irregulars The heir apparent is in com mand of the force which will march on Ho will bo supported by a col umn of IVoncli troops announce the death of Sun day at Hampton about forty miles from UoKCon of Olivo D Pilloy ono of tho oldest and best known citizens of St Louis Mr Fillev was activo m politics boforo and dur ing the war aud was a very warm personal and political friend of Frank V Blair Ho wan a successful merchant aiul Mayor of Iho city some years ago Berlin dispatch nays tho pourparles opened on tho initiitive of Italy between Homo aud Vienna seem to bo successful as it is reported in well informed circles that King Humbert will visit Kmncror Francis Joseph tho meeting to lake place early in tho autumn Tho event is regarded hero as of groat political significance especially as King Humbert has expressed n wish to visit Emperor William of Germany at tho same time BULLETINS Official and Otherwise Issued From the White House Yesterday My Associated 1ross to tlie Uerulil WASHINGTON August x2 A President has not vomited since yoslorday afternoon and this morning has twice asked for and received a small quaulity of fluid nourishment by mouth Ho slept more quietly during the night and this morning his gemnil condition is more eucoiuaging than when tho last bulletin was issued Pulse 101 temperature respiration If A M Tho assurances contained in tho morning bulletin that tho Presidents stomach 1ms reasserted itself and that other indications were no lesu satisfactory raised the hoptKi of tho despondent this morning Tho night compared with tho pioceding ouo was n comparatively quiet one Ihc President woke frequently but not so often a dnrin the night before tho accumula tion of phlegm being less troublesome About 1 a m tho President asked for nomo koumisii and small quantity was given him which ho retained Tlio morning im Nhmvnd normal temperature and loss than n tiii riiir CHAS 1C HYDE ft C HYDE President Vice President flHAUIKS nlANDIN ULKHK H M i 0 W 13 1 P wrm sv H HTKKiurr II U 1OHTKU UDIJIUIH BANKERS Buy Sell On nil IoinlH ll Hi1 And throughout The United States ANl DO A BUSINESS EDWIN FULLER Cashier M H BYLES Attorney at Law Miiiu Strivt MIKMII Cuiinty ri feMCilly G A CHASE Attorney at Law U S A atowurt UlocU TITUSVIMJ IA GARFIELD IS BETTER HIS STOMACH CEASES TO REBELLIOUS BE He Again Takes Nourishment With Return Yesterday of The Symptoms of Hopefulness Once More Ascendant liy AsuooiiUodJVesia to llio Huralit WASUINCITOV Augiidt P Tlio President this morning began tho day in u condition which was regarded as slightly bottor than that shown by tho last official bulletin yesterday Ho bud piifsed n quiotor imtl more than wan an ticipated There had boon no vocurrouco of tho vomiting which excited HO much alarm yoslorday afternoon aud his pulso before La awakoued at G n in was down to 08 TliiH suspicious opening of tho clay seemed to justify or at least mako more roasouublo tho bohof of ft few sanguine persona thrtt the caso was about to take a favorable turn and when the morning bulletin appeared aud it became known that the paticut had begun to swallow fooil again without vomiting or imuson a fiuul wnvorinf hopo took llio pltujo of profound despondency which prevailed everywhere throughout tlio city last night At 7 a in the surgeons gave tho patient an onomnta consisting of four ounces of beef oxlrnct with Iho yolk of au egg and shortly fiflorwiml in compliance with his request ho was civeu a small quantity of koumisswhich lio swallowed mul rotniuod without discom fort Later iu the morning as there woro no Miis of gastric disturbance the patient was Kivou more koumiss and milk porridges atut bv noon ho had taken aud retained ton or twilvc ounces Tlio exciting cause of the vomiting yesterday vix unions m tlin Uironl scorned today to bo absent J ho Kiciotiou from tho inflamed parotid gland wus very scanty and gavo tho paUeiit no annoyance and Iho glaud itself caused littlo pain Ho therefore rested more qniotly tlmu usual throughout tho day swallowing liquid nourishment at regular intervals without nausea or discomfort Between li and 1 oclock another ouema was fiivou consisting of live ounces of beef nxtrnct nud yolk of ogg and shortly a or this tho patiout went to Hloep With llio exception of tho usual slight mo of pulso niul temperature his condition ro muiued substantially unchanged throughout the rcmaiudor of tho day In couvemtson with a reporter of tho Associated 1ross lalo this afternoon Dr PIisH who Roomed moro than ordinarily cheerful aud confident said tlio general con dition of tbo President had uol clmugod very much since yesterday but Hint what uhnnco thoro had born was iu the direction of iafprovomout It is furthormoro ho said a change in precisely thoso Bymptoms which wo regarded with tho most auxiety aud which liavo a mosi direct bear iucr unon the futnro of tho case viz symp toms dependent upon the condition of tho stomach Tho ouo groat question now is the question of nourishment lf LUo Presidents Ktomach will take aud assimilate food enough to moot tho drain upon his sys tem caused by the fovor and constant Rocro tiou of pus to sustain his strength until tlio other unfavorable complications disappear and to enable nature to carry ou tho process of repair which has begun iu tho wound think thoro is every probability of comp etc recovery Tho consequences of tho swelling of Iho parotid ghiud or of the slight septic iuu of tho blood in which that swelling hud its origin aro of secondary importance whon compared witn tho consequences of ho failure of tho stomach to assimilate food Kshauutiou is tho tiling most to bo I cured Upon beiuf asked what ho thought ot tho condition of the iialionls stomach today ho it takes food very well and hope to havo no further trouble with Tho stomaoh itself was not so much in fault yesterday The vomitiug was CUUKOC by the fOIEIBXAHD DOMESTIC MCHWGE Government Securities MAKE COLLECTIONS J A COUTANTS Kit a to olllco 129 WoU Wain HtiTOt tins city for rent ft ninribor of linn wiiilancua for Halo have loU and dwollliiis for mle pnoea from 43pjO to Stonohain oil IftiuU foi Hnlu HowlqiwrtorH at Carver fro MI Tuesday to Friday m mhlStf reHpinilion and pulfo two bouts voslofday morning Tho wound was found to bo doing well aud tho inflamed gland in about tho same condition as last night Kevburn said at n m The Hwolhug is noworse and Iho general condition of tho Prciidnt is a littlo better Tbo anxiety is somewhat lessoned by the duvolopnipnts of the moniin but the gravity of the situation is si ill apparent I Ai PrcMidenld condition is not materially changed since the morning bul letin Thero hiii been no recurrence of tl0 vomitiuy and Ibo patiout has taken a small quantity of milk poridgo aud u littlo kou miss without nausea It has been rumored that his mind baa wandered at intervals but thin reported mental disturbance seems lo have been nothing ircro than a slight inco hereuco of speech immedialoly after awak ening from sleep boforo tho senses wero iiudur full control It has not occurred at any other timo and is perhaps duo to ex treme woaknesu Tho liwolliug of tho par otid flam about stationary Ibo fecliui lit the Executive Mansion this fore noon in ono anxiety but he general im imbsioii SJoms to bo that there is no greater cause for alarm now than thero has been for two or three clays ILsJO i President lias continued thisinorning to retain tho liquid nourish moiit tuken by tl o month as well as by Thero bus boon no recurrence of vomiting and no nausea The parotid swell jug is nut materially smaller but continues painlesH It 1ms caused for a day or two an annoying aeeumnlatiou of viscid mucus in the buck of tho mouth but this lymptoiu is now much abated At present Ins pulso u 101 temperature i8l respiration IS r jf President is passing a quiet aftoniooii aud sloops deal of the time Up to the present hour bo has swal lowed and ictainod today 22 ounces of liquid nourishment consisting of milk por ridge and koumiss Ho has also had two enemas at 7 a m and soon after noon No patiouls slrcuuous efforts to ROl nd of o tenacious mucus in his throat Ho told at tho timo that ho folt Iho imusoa Jf hardly any IUUCUH hiw boon secret od and coutequontly tho stomiich has not been dis turbed in that way Iu reply to questions with roganl to iuflamel gland Dr Uliss said all tho gl ular swelling is Klill hard und BIOWB no signs as yet of subsiding allhongli swdlling of iho surrounding parln him pvolty much dis ippeaved Whothor suppuration will take n aco or not wo cauaot yol tell I nm rather no to the iud have about tho same now unfavorable symptoms and his general comlitbu is MTho2foUowinfi was sent thin afternoon ounces Tbo weathoi is to condition has soiuowhal improved since tho last report Ho has not vomited for 21 hours and during the fore noon has Ikmid food sever a H mo iunll about 10 very warm but it fiJO P M President continued to take noiuiHhiiioiiB Iu snall quanllticB al stated idorvftla during the oiitiro day and iHul uo ivturn of naunoa or vomiting Iho nutriment oneinnti are also retained Uio wound in looking well and the work of re pair going on iu all portions oxpoBod to view Tho pus discharged ia hoaltby At present pulso is 110 tomporoluro 1001 material change in the ProftidonVrt couditiou 1ms been obwnoclby nttondantri at Iho bedside elnco 11 p m Since miduigbt ho has rested well sleeping moat of tho time Leaving the Lake Special Dispatch to tho Herald CHAUTAOQTJA August 22 Tho Chautauqua Assembly exorcises closed this morulDR and the people are leaving HI largo numbers by Hloaiuers and railway trains The publication of tho daily paper has ceased but tlao Ohantauquau will bo sued monthly inclined to think it will lowuvor apprehend consequences even in provided wo can I do not liny Korioun that case maintain tho piilioul Urengtb The pus which forms is likely to of a bcaltby character and we slwll hbei ate it promptly by incision ihero IIUH bceu uopaiu in the gland this afternoon nud it hue caused tbe President littlo annoy regard to tho aeptic tainl iu t ulood which wan tho proUsposmu ciiuio of the glandular inllaiumation Dr Lliss sayri incaaes oflhw kind where a patient be eufeoblod by long continued fever and Mippuralioii there is always low niul im povoriBhcd stale of the blood It is imleod a sort of mild blood pomeniig but U very different thing from pyiumm I Ihc blood whcrcvoi Wr BIHH haul TITUSVILLE TUESDAY AUGUST 23 1881 WHOLE NO very is caused by absorption into disunited oleineuls of broken down Small fragments ot llbnue 1 in circulation and such fragment iu ouo of nnnnlo blood vLolH it becomes a coulre of mippuratou Symptoms of pycumia micb as lion aud peculiar odor of pus yellowish of skin odor of breath and mrrensed of tho body aro all marked au mmlistakable and none of thorn have at nnj timo appeared in tho Presidents case Upon boms asked whether not often precede pycomia pycumia does not by necessarily follow sopticcomia Ihey are distinct conditions aud entirely independent uf ono another Tho President has symptoms whatever of pyamiia 1 reply toquestions with regard to tho eiit condition of tho Proaidonts wounc iVr Bliss is doing very well iu man y of pus secreted IB daily growing So as might bo expected but of perfectly healthy character Granulation vhich is natures process ot repair going on aloug a largo p llllu conclusion Dr Bliss mid m substance that although the President weak and although his which naturally causes improved condition of Ins stomach track o is ostreiuo 3 condition is one c todnj If Uocni cives ground for encouragement bo properly nourished ho will in Dr Bliss opinion ultimately recover 410 p Bliss at4 oclock this af ternoon said to a representative of the A saciated Press that Iho President had hart much more favorable afternoon than ycstor day and was doing fairly well He con Ses to swallow nourishment in the shap of milk porridRe aud koumiss without diih i nmllms iu the opinion of tho sur Ss had food enough today to sustaii hfs Seujtli He suffers no further annoy Ss r if ho could keep aud Iu your opinion Doctor what is the out ook at present I think the President a littlo improved to Iny Ho has takou and retained his cour shinont well What kind of nourishment arc you giving lim today Tho uaiiio as ilk porridge Does tho patiout appear to relish it t Oh yos Ho asked for it this morning How cio you feel about tho glandular roxiblo today I fool better about it today Hns it grown materially larger than it No I do not think it quite so largo as it VIIR nnd I am quite coufideut that should tippuralion sot in it will bo in a much miillor degree aud havo a less serious effect ban if it had commenced to suppurate bo ore If it should suppurate now possibly t will uot do uuy groat injury What are tho chances of provouting sup jnmtion Well I ennt answer that question U IH very nnccilain complication and ono about rhich no reliable predictions can be made How longwill it bo before you can decide vhcthor or uot suppuration is likely to oc ur The plaudnlar affecliou became visible n Wediiosdny last I should think that by omorrow orWednesday we should be able 0 determine Do you consider Iho Presidents stomach s performing its natural functions Yes I think his stomach is doiuR very Them MB been some talk about tho Prcsi ont beiug delirious at times What are tho acts about that The President has boon a littlo delirious at imoH but it bafi not amounted to anything orioiis To what do you attribute tho doliruuii It is caused by his extremely feeble cou litiou together with liin long illness It vould bo likely to occur in any case whore has become KO enfeebled as tho resident Then you do not alticli any groat nupor auco to it No sir not at all Well Doctor I underRUuid that tlio lU ondinf gurpcous havo administered with inma n portion of opium Is that true f so wouldnt it have a tendency to cause lolirium In nil cases whore enouin arc acliumistorod 1 Rimill qminlity of luudannin or Homelhiug imilar is one of tho component parts Ihis ri administered for Ibo purpose of of tbo eneinn It is not snmcieut 0 fiauRO delirium What do you think of Iho ease on tho vholo today I feel more encouraged than I did yester IftV Hie Doctor intimated at the conclusion of ho interview Uial tbe Prosidcnt was still 111 1 very urocarious condition and that bis ou coiinigomout was based ou tbo outlook at ho present time Is it true that President Garheld has su icrfititions coucoruiug the length of his life was asked of an intimate friend of the Presi lont todny Yes indeed was the reply aud his ciileu aiiona ou that subject have afforded those who kuow him amusement Tell mo something about it will you Well General Garfteltl has always had au dea that ho know exactly bow long ho was oiTjp to live He used to say that there as something iu him which told him of that kind aud they always proved cor roct When I first know Gartickl which waswhilo lie was at Hiram College he used to say that lie kuow bo was going to die at tho same age that bis father died lhat is Ho used to resort to all sorts of to support hit theory but when il yoiirn came around anil found him still liviu of COUIHO he had to give thai up WelfKOOII after that the war broke out aud CarlUld enlisted I know Unit I will never return from tho war alive ho used to siiy I may not he shot but if not I will die I will never outlive it Ho made commander of tho Forty second Ohio Volunteers and though bo was never wounded I think ho had more miraculous escapes than any man Hint J ever saw He had bullets through his bats and bullets through his clothing but ho uol shot He then became con vinced lhat ho would die at fortytwo Ho knew ho would He knew that was what the number of his regiment meant He would go to a hotel nnd if tho number of hia room chanced to bo or any product or multiple of U ho would say There do yon BOO that number1 I toll you it moauH me Of course hia friends would plague him a great deal about IhU and accuse him of being fiuporsti ton but bo clung to his bohof If the number of a house ho was stopping at was and ho knew it he would bo uneasy or ifit wi K 8 or 21 it wouUl ho all tho same He would multiply or divide to suit the case and tind bis lii Wo wero riding on a rail road train together once and our chanced to stop opposite to a freifihtcnrnumbered 1427 ho would say do yon ROO my uiiin hoiV No no where Why be twcon thsiL 1 anil 7 Then it got lo I know that to this day Geiiond Garlicld OOH upon 10 m his uu liuky iiumboi Hick us he is ho will lie on his buck aud turn that number over m bu hnnd by the hour and make moro combina tioiiH out of it than you could count in a day until ho Homothiug out of it lo weave hiy theory on A Great Methodist Conference By Associated Presss to the Herald LONDON AuttHl The Times says The Ecumenical MeLbodifit Coufoieuco which is to meet in this city next week promises to bo one of tbo most inlerestiuB important religious gatherings held since the days of tho Tho various denominations of Methodism number over actual couiinunicantB aud tho Methodist population is computed tit 18 FROM THE FAR NORTH AN INTERESTING BATCH OF NEWS FROM THE CORWIN UOO OHO members Tho conference numbers over 100 half of whom represent British tuul Continental Methodism aud half the churches in Ibo United States and Canada Tho conference is composed of lay and cltr ical delegates in equal proportion Its mam objects will bo to dcviBO means for carrying on home and foreign work so as to result in the greatest economy aud efficiency to iu tho moral and Evnugoiieal power of common Methodism auct to secure tho more speedy convorsou of tho world A ChicaRO Alleged Defaulter Dy Associated Lrcss to tne nurald CHICAGO August Examiner this uiorning states that tho raisBiug County Clerk Stewart has returned to tho city and publishes mi interview Stewart bears marks of travel aud says he has been iu Mexico He left to avoid the intrusion of officious friends aud unpleasant political in ard to disembarrass himself from nuplenSU obligations Tho of office ho slates arc all straight aud his pri vate matters have boon greatly misrepre sented Oa the other hand there is a defin ite statement that Stewart hns ooine back at ho request of his bondsmen and that they had been obliged to pay into the Treasury some unaccounted for by Stewart Cuptain Hooper Describe Some of Hii Northern Meeti With Friendly Na titei Who Have Seen the Jeannette Hy Associated Press to tlie Herald WASHINGTON Aug Hooper cf tho revenue Marine fiteamor Corwiu in a private letter under date of St Michaels July 7tb says We arrived hero ou the 4th aud go north again tomorrow I learned from tho In dians yesterday that a party of prospectors aro iu Galowiu bay ou tho north side of Norton sound and I will call in there aud interview them ou their way north I have taken ou board a lot of extra provisions enough for tbo winter if wo should bo com nelled to remain as long While absent ou our last cruise I loft a boatswain and two men on West Diomede Island to take current observations but tbo weather was no Lard this timo that they could not launch their boat so I took them back on board We may have an opportunity later to do some thing From hero we go to Katzehue Sound and will take a run up the river in the steam cuttor and then go north as far as wo can go ou tho American shore I will leave a party at tbo coal mine on our way up the coast and let them get out what thoy can while we aro gone About the lOlh of August I hope to go to the Westward aud see what we can find if tho ico is light but wo have had lots of heavy blows to break it up I bopo to got well uorth in August nnd September So far I think wo havo douo pretty well Wo bavo discovered relics of ouo of the missing whalers and havo learned from the natives definitely lhat nothing has been heard of auy ouo belonging to he Jcauuetto ou tho Siberian coast aud iu addition lo Ibis we havo discovered ou island uot Jaid down ou the chart near Capo Zeidze Tho Indians up Iho Yonkou aro gettiug worse all the time and will undoubtedly rnako trouble bo foro long if not punished Captaiu Hoopor refers to the fact of hia flnding it extremely hard work this summer inasmuch as he has no pilot which makes it necessary his remaining ou deck 24 hours at a time when Iho vessel is near land or ice In au official report to Secretary Wmdom Captain Hooper announces bis arrival at St Michaels ou July 4th from tho Arctic Ocean where wo had bean to pick up a laud party under tho command of First Lieuten ant Herring This party sent along tho coast of Siberia to investigate the rumored discovery of a wreck hist fall by some na tives to tho northward of Cape aud to make inquiries of tho natives about the Jeannettc We reached Topkau settlement tho place appointed to moot our parly on the 29th ot Juno and found them waiting for us They had been far uorth as Capo Maiikareni latitude 57 rl uorth longitude 170 52 west They found uativbs who had discovered and bonrded tho wreck aud brought away some of the articles found by hem one pair of silver bowed spectacles in a tin case a of marine glasses two table kuivcs ouo marked with the letter V one bundle and whale iron marked B K and tho name of Marcy probably that of the maker A largo number of other things wero found principally carpenters tools aud galley utensils iu tho possession of tbo ua lives but not having any marks by which thoy could bo identified wero uot taken Tho facts as taken by Lieutenant Herring are nx follows A party of three Iclmklehees were along tho edge of tbo ico prob nblv about November 1830 when they dis covered a dark looking object which upon examination proved to be tbo hull of a ves sel filled with water Tho masts and boats woro gone aud he bulwarks stove in A pair of deer horns woro attached to die oud of tho jibboom In the cabin four coipses were found thiec in tho berths aud one ou tho floor showing evidence of having been dead a long time No books or papers wero saved by the natives although they sav ihey saw some in Ibo cabin but attached no value to them IM they could make uo use of them The wind was blowing hard at lie timo from Ibn norlhwarJ so tlny did not rnmaiuon board On the Mlowmjj div thoy gain wout out to look lor lluwreck butit was not to bo seen The wmd Imil changed to tho southwest during llio nght aud started the drift ice with which the was snrrouudediu a northeasterly du of course taking the wreck iiljiK with U They say they kept a good lookout after wards but saw nothing wore n 1 here is a report among tho whalers that the igilaot had a pair of deer horns on her jibboom und if this bo so it would indicate it was the wreck of that Tho letter V oni tho kuife hauillo also points iu the same dircc TshaU forward thcso articles by St Paul to Sun Franoisso to be left at tho Merchants Exchange for tbo inspection of tiioso inter csled It seems certain that we bavo loarned tho fato of ouc of the missing whalers and a part of the crow as stated No boats were fourd with the vessel and it is possible a portion of tbo crew made nn at tempt to reach land iu them although oyoa that case it does uot seeui possible they till bo alive knowing as we do thoy have not reached the shore of either coutiu cmt Lieut Uerriug reports haviug mel trading parties of the Tcbuktchees from Cape JaeUi traveling toward East Cape and Mint no wllllQ on Herald Island and Wrengel laud The iceii uuuiually light Strong northerly winds juitify the belief that the Arctic will be well opou later in the season I hare detailed Lieutenant Doty and two men for duty on Otter Island He is instructed to remain until the seals haye Ukeu their de parture On the 19th of Juno we boarded the schooner Flying West Walter Master and found her provided with salt and seal clubs She no doubt intends to try to take some seals from tho islands later iu the geawn Colonel Otis special agent writes mo that ouo attempt probably by the btmo yessel has already been made aud it will 110 doubt be repeated later iu the season after the departure of tho steamer St Paul we called at tho inlands on our way north I supposed two special agents were to remain there until the seals left but I have since learned that only one will remain after the sailing of the August 1st SYMPATHY FOR GARFIELD A Letter from Rome With Sccretarr Bltines Reply liy Associated 1resa to tlio Herald WASHINGTON August following correspondence by cable is furnished from the State Department ROME August James GBlaiuc Secretary of State Washington AB the Holy Father learned with painful surprise aud profound sorrow the horrid attempt of which the President of tbfi Republic was a victim so now he is happy to felicitate his excellency upon the news that hio precious life is out of danger aud will over pray that God may grant him the speedy recovery of his health aud long spare him to benefit the United States The undersigned has the honor to join iu these sentimouts of sincere and wishcH for the complete recovery SitfundJ LCABDINAL JAOOBINI Tho following is Secretary Blames reply WAWUXOTON Aue 22 Eminence Cardinal Jacobiui Koine Plenso convey to his holiness the sincere thanks with which thin Government re ceived the kind expression of his prayerful interest in behalf of tho stricken President Siuco your message was sent tho Presidents condition hus boon cnanged nud wo arc now tilled with auxiety but not without hopes The President has been very deeply touched by the pious interest of his recovery sliown by nl churchw aud by none more widely or uioro devotedly than by those of the Roman Communion JAMBS G ELAINE Secretary State The Irish Difficulties By Associated rrcss to the Heraia LONDON August Pall Wall srtys the Government could hardly have come worse out of debate than from that concerning the arrest of Michael Uavilt It WHS siuierely to bo hoped that ho will bft releascd forthwith It is difficult to speak with respect of the grounds which Sir V m Harcourt alleged for the rearrest of Davitt Tlie nationalist press is very indignant at Sir Win Harcourls IRK 10 BODt iu or bv postal card if at a distance any aJilt person will be presented with a beanlifnly illua tratiiil copy of a now book entiiled GENIUS REWARDED Store of tlie Sefiu laciiie containing a hamltxime and costly Hcal cmriiv iiv frun u iccc tils 28 iinly outfiMVd wood cuts rind l mill in nn ebbraio Line HU gild HlluwaphoJ covrr No charge MhatWiM1 is mad ifnr ilna lianilrune book which cun Ije onlv by at tho branei and RUbirliimle offices of the Singir Mamiiictnnng Coininiy The SiiiRcr Manufacturing Co Irinoipsl Ofliee U Union Square York that meu make favorable progress ho conia take a trip on the gleanier or go to Mentor Th doctor could not give him a deflnite 3y None of tho Presidont8 Byujptpms i worse thi afternoon and some of hem aro bettor His condition oonlnmes critical b J iSattendants think there isx little move reason for enconragomont Dr Boynton was met about 1 p m by a reptewntativeof tho press when the follow ing dialogue tookplacei s from A Threat to Switzerland liy Associaieil Press ro tlie iicraic LONDON August 22A dispatch Geneva report that tho Socialists have ad dressed a threatening letter to the Federal tribunal iu regard to their appeal from tbo decision of tho Grand Council of Zurich prohibiting a Social Congress there in Sep ombei The letter warns the Judges tn buual that they will bo tho first to bo blown up and states tho Socialists have enough dnamito to blow up half of Swtzorland and that it is in Switzerland a conflagration will begin that will burn up the world Tho Treasury Department yoslorday ordered tho transfer of of gold bullion from the Now York office to tbo Philadelphia Mint for coinage into eaalea and half ho learned from them that no white mcu had bceu secu along the coast It is certain that had any of tho Jeanne to party lauded along the coast these people would Lave known it They say they have EOOU only one vessel near the const west of Nalinlchiu bay The Vega whalers are oc casionally sighted to eastward but never come near land Tho natives wero friendly and gave all the iuformatiou in their possession furnished the party with food for their dog aud as sisted thorn in various ways Soon after reaching Tapkan a northerly gate came on and we had difficulty m getting our party on board Some dogs sleds a lent and a quantity of provwions were left on the shore m charge of the natives I shall endeavor to get them later the season It is believed that they will be takes good care of until our return The natives of Cape Zerdze saw the Jeannette on ber north A party of walrus hunters boarded her They described her as a three masted steamer with lots of coal dogs and Sds on deck and say she had two Esqui maux from the American side Thoy recog nized them as Nakouruksaname they gave American natives ou account of tho Labret holes in their under lips These wore two natives taken from St Michaels They say that after passing Cape Zerdze she steamed awav to the northward After getting out party on board we ie turned to place via the St Lawrenc where wo stopped several ClttCIILAU UKIAHTJIKNI T I i KN OlTHfi Wvsiiixmos Ma IU ISiil Tli re being nov peiuliuj in Ibis dejjarin of volunlircr Iluiiu wliioh caanoi Lo v rilled ln of information iinamtig roeonlot contimiOil sciUmiiw poniinaiids would 11d it himuj tiansiireJ in ninny ininucei lliiit oiilccis uf t M Int voluntLr fniciK have still m thuir poHsssion w undr t mr ioilrol buow and otlici record i pertaining to their cnrpli viions brigade and eonnmriLa lljuir attention is called to tlio met i hit u h oh book and ivcoids should bo deposited witli Llm olief and they are earnestly requested to cane tho sniu to be forwarded witlxuit dilav to tlie Adjutant Hiiend of Iho Anny nl Wasbinglun Distiict of Columbia No other ihau postaRO or proper ox pres1 chaiRos when puckagen cxcced fom pounds the limit for mail can be paid bv the Oovcrnnicnt In tho interest of the great imnber of vud ows orphftim and dUabled sodiew whose claims aro involved tho ucwapHpers of tlio country aro requested to give the substance of tins circulai the Greatest pubh ily liy order o tinSiens ary of var C iJliU Jrl f Adjutant A H NICKEUSON Assistant Adjutant General my27diw3m Oil LANDS FOR SALE nnd 500 Mead township Warren county Pa three quarters of a mile southwest of Stonchara and next on tbo R A S W to the Sherran No 2 and the Kate well Tlcro is a firstrate tbird oand 50Joel or more thick Tbe territory is turning out woll Will lota en tiro or in of CO acrei at low prices Cull on me at Warren Hotel or addoss Warren Pa ALEXANDER JVOTICE CITY CIFBKS OFFICE TnrsviLLE PA Aupsi 18 1881 Notice ia hfirebv given to all conceniwl that tho roiwrt of the BoW of Viewers t3MUinff the Eenonto from tho proposed txtcnsion of the Drake trcet acwcr from tbe centre of Mam o Ihc centre of Drook Htreetf baa beci Hied in U Ifa on M and that ill be in HCMIOU on the 29tb day of August 13S1 at f oclock m for nnd conflnnation ol tlie sanio when all interwtcd may be Uaird cordauce with fee 47 PI 4C9 citr hours on the 3d inst to allow Nelson an opportunity of collecting ethnological speci mcns for the National Museum We took Nelson ou board on our previous visit to hisplace and endeavored to land on the St Lawrence Island on our way north but a northerly gtle coming on we were com pelled to haul off the shore and while car Kig sail hard to get clear of the laud wo lost our iibbooia We have nnce made a new one from an old jibboom taken from a wrecked schooner We start agwn on the and after spending a fw days in Kotz and making an eiaminUou of in ac L EMERV JR L EMERY JR CO 41 and 43 Main St Exchange Place BRADFORD PA OIL WELL SUPPLIES With renewed conadence in the Strength and Uni form Finiih of our TUBING CASING AND PIPE knowing that Natural it the Beit Fuel and will make Iron that Norway Iron in quality we offer the Producer goodi he can rely upon the Very Beet in the Market The BLAKE PATENT STEAM PUMP for which we are sole Oil Region Agenti it every day growing in popularity The Northern Oil Field ii full of them upplied by ourielyei They are STRONG SIMPLE and DURABLE The wild catter it constantly iighing for more oil worlds to conquer but before he completes his arrange ments he is sure to enumerate aiet of EMERY RIO IRONS in his inventory They are reliable and have strength where most needed viz Heavy Flanges Heavy Cranks and Wrist Pin OIL WELL SUPPLY CO LIMITED SUCCESSORS TO THE EATON COLE i BURHHAIDI COMPANY Manufacturers of OIL WELL SUPPLIES Sucker Rods Eaton Hoadley Packers Sole Ajents tor the Sale of LH Drive and Steam Pipe CAMERON STEAM PUMPS Asbestos Packing Seiiett Ri Irm Conlip He tbe riven our time American shore 10 1 hope make attempt to auglBlOt V Clerk I Hi SEW iAUlD CALLED THE STAB 81 Warranted to do tbe work with onehalf the power of the Bcvol Heel Nearly all iron inde pendent of Band Wheol Self Adjusting Back Break Will last for yearn Very easily and cheaply on Warranted as represented To be MCU at Hunts Machine Shop Snckci Wodn C CCiiU ix r foot by the car load H T HUNT Manufacturer COR m STIHTS nuf in PI Branch Stores at Convenient Points InelTdit Tilusvillc Pa   

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