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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1881, Titusville, Pennsylvania VOL XVII NO 144 TITUSVILLE THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 1881 WHOLE NO 5754 tfO MORE BOUND SHOULDERS Tt UNIVERSAL BRACE The Best Brace Ever Made PATENTED For Gents this Jjrncu isHujtpendernrthouUlerbrnco and Ohest Expauiler enm bincd H not diHiirrangu tho shirt hcwmi nor Hlip olT thn ffhouUkiiH Thoro JH on tho buttont and bv Imcanti of au niljimtablu but I sirup a goiitlt or powerful maybe obtained In rainy weather tlio pan tnloont miiy be raised from the huols witnout Intorfuring with tho front Kor LiiclieM BnuO act us n Ihest Kxpander and Skirt Supporter combined t kiepii the Hhonlihirn relieves the back iip mul abdominal organs lv siipportins the intirc wfiLht if the clothing from tin1 ihoulUorM worn with niit inconvinirini KmChildren it invtil iiuhle keeping them eivet whilogrowmg especially while lit their Htuiln und prevents them from bfCOiuinK stoop rrkf TV NOVEMBER OIL FIGURES RiU SALE ltt T A C O U TJ L I M J CLLMAN U STAPLE AJTD FANCY DRY GOODS Yankee Notions nwl Hosiery Manufacturer of Cloaks Etc FINE DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS LIPPIHCOTTS DRUG STUBS Fine Imported Perfume in bulk sold by the ounce Special for Hoidays Cut Glass Bottles fancy and plain for covering with satin Ladies1 and Gtmts Pocketbooks Christmas and Now Years Cards new styles CHAS D LIPPINCOTT S E Cor Pine and Franklin Sta THE PLUMBING SHOP MOKA5N The only practical PliimluT i Titiirivill ieoii rtrtimvwl I No 35 Pine St Next West of tho Oil fn thU I ahull lo enabled tn curry a liirgor Htuck of Steam Water aiil 1liiinbiiitf ioiKlnof nil latent ami styles finbiMe uK ovury mod rn impiiivdinent tlmt exni1iemv IcnionMt rated of pnieticnl Itnelli Kali umtoM fiiriiinliwl for putting up i i ii KpuaruHw public and private buiklitus auv part of tlio county All work by nu will have mv Houttl miuurviaion and innpeftioii and all of wont dimcult and imuorUivt part if tlio w k wil dono with my own liftmK novlOdSw WILLIAM Valley Mills COR S 11JBO and KOJIBOI SIS E PA UltAlft FIOHH AT WHOLZSAI1 AND RETAIL lit triccH that cannot bo beaten olMOwhme wliilu our recently incrowod fnuilitioH enable tw to DeoO Competition tjhn SooJ nttontion ii paid to JOOBIWO Til AD E We do CUSTOM CfRINOlNO dally and will buy it I kimU of gmin mivrkot priaon ALMAS HO PATCH A dnwlf Cornor TORPEDO NOT ICE After July M tho following tornw will bu strictly adhorod to A ditcotiut of EIGHT CENT will allowed on tho nut prinon of all Torpo lines that are paid for in ciwh Wiun oidorcd ordurn of tljOOO and ovur at net nay U obtained at thenkmu dUcountof KIOHI1 IKU CRNT If for in ciwh wlion Interest at Six Per Cent liiininn will bti on allbilU not paid within liricbn IS duyn after the torpcilooH IV lllHjil W H it Modern Practical with un Actual UiiHiiiow Exohango English Traiuiiii JJopurt ineiit Pcpartrouiit TflKfMhy and Menograpliy Dopurtnitints rurn iKhed and eTtryUtiiiK practiually tmiKit Ho ml for ciiciilar II O OLABK ProsidiMit M worth Continued from Fourth 100 Tapham it Go 8 Ulii MuWillkms it Drauch 105 Shngort llriw J 50W Ht John iV LutuliH 105 Atchinon Co IOC DulVjeld APoitor 55U Cornun 570 Unknown 79 Japt JHitlor 1 2 7ll JHikoit flartiH Hobeson A Knhn 7H Uuiittil 13 78 111 78 M 70 15 Hvmoro V Shonnnn DUVM it Arinstmnt D I 0 ItuHiVCo 11 Cocliran Ofottll ADrnku Axh JJnnvn A llarr It tieoOlvins Oiiridy U IVt On JOtl Arohibald it Co Uiti red iivtins 80 Elison it iMcCiuukiti 80 Hurnsdill liroM 2 77 Union Oil Co C 77 Ntoklo Jlunn it Crmby J 77 MivDunnott 1 77 JDO Clinton 1 77 tlohn I 77 llotftiwii J 77 Stilton 1 77 a 77 ItrouniV Mm nil 1 77 O Iffvons fill nrgiHon it Alltthoiife f JtiShiMiniu 50 Coo UroH 50 John Allthousn 76 tiviiiH it i 77 llintiHjjlon it Kostor liliin Clurbuc IKniic it Co 105 105 hori Oystir t fo a r Shoiniiiii it Kd drilling 800 rig bhjg rig 350 GOO drilling nniul rig bldjf 800 rig 300 ritf 100 rig bldji rig blilg iig HOO 500 rig rig blclg rig bklg ng blilg rig drilling drilling mind drjl ing drillj g 70 Aniiiiy it CV lligi up itiid linililiiig drilling Iotnl Hurbiii V Muggel I in Whitmore Chirk AArmor ukumvii Stfwart liroii Kiniip it Sliimk IliKs bnililini Wtlls ilrillmg Tutul iiAiimws taltiHMi liros Juhn C utiwali Sbut down Wfls drilling tul II1CFIAV IIN Kirbirgir iV li ltliH Illillillg Totnl J50 rij rig rig rig rig drilling rig bidg 500 000 drillii p rig blilg rig bklg rig bklg rig rig rig Iig bklg ng blclg p 5 siKlg li r blclg rig h dg 40 500 Mind rig rig rig rig rig rig bldg 7 S 10 Sllllll lulling shut down 1 3 drilling rig bklg HEAVY OIL DISTRICT Summary for the Month of November SKCKSD MAM OIL Uiilling month fnnr wollt wen completed with n proriintinii df Hi barrels Astonishing the World For n perfect ronovntioii of oxhniiBtod and crifiHldod constitutions fomnlo wmkucsr m i Ciienil doilino nothing KO snroly and rrctlucos n ppnnanoiit euro us Klictric IJUlTs 1hcir woiulorful cures HVO us the world For kidney und un nnry coiniilfimU they HVO n pornct Kpecihu Do not fivo up in flr Jiloctno JJit will pmitivily euro mill that wliorp Uiinlmr at fifty cents n bottle A Travelers Story After spending months at European and Vmoriean watering places and thousands of dollars looking for health I returned homo disheartened and wretched I had consulted the best physicians aud traveled tar aud near without benefit and expected lo die A friend urged a trial of IVkore GIIIJJCT Tonic Three bottles aud careful diet have worked wonders and brought me excellent health aud spirits aucl you may publish my experience for tbo benefit of similar sutler Cincinnati lady How to Get Rich Tho great secret of obtaining richos ia tiit to practice economy and as good old Deacon Snyder KIJK It used to worry hc life out uf me to pay ouomioiis doctor n iiiis but now I havo struck it rich1 Health mil happiness supremo iu oar little aud all simply because wo use uo other medicine but Electric Bitters and only costs lifty couta u bottle Sold ouly by Teck Dun bar A Bencficient Action Tho worn look and miserable feelings ot thoso closely ccmlhied iu milk or at desks or work tables are caused by weak stom ach kidneys or buwols and show tho necessity for some nnld Ionic to build them up No 0110 need ttuffcr thus who will iuo 1iukors ringer Tonic for without intoxi catng it lias such a beuorieieut action these sluggish organs and so cleanses the poisonous matters from the system that rosy cheeks and good health and spirits are soou brought back See adv Dont Throw up the Sponge When suffering humanity aro enduring the horrors of dyspepsia indigestion or uorvous and general debility they aro too ottoii in clined to throw up tho sponge and resigii themselves tc late Wo say don t do it Take Burdock Blood Bitters tho mifailmg remedy Price trial size 10 cents Bucklciis Arnica Salve Tho host salvo in the world for sores ulceru salt rlieum fever chapped hands chilblains guaranteed lo givo perfect satWac faction in every caso or money refmuted Price cent 4r box For sale by Pock A Duiibir Til IK n le When Theres a Will Theres a Way Anyone who has tho will to try Thomas Klectrie Oil will surely tind tho way to ro bust health in cases of bronchial affections sore throat etc aud as an internal remedy it is invaluable Go to E K Thompion s For Mrs Froenmns New National Dyes For brightness aud durability of color aro micqualoa Color from two 10 live pounds 1rico couts T IH absolutely tho best known remedy for Female Weikuosw strengthens whole tystein and cm produce uo injurious directs Tinrumnit is prepared by E K Thompson Titusville Pa A IAIJV had the Mesh eaten off her arm by scrofula Gould seo the sinows workuiR Lindseyx Blood Sotircher enroll Kalston Rklortou Pa To TKK weak Pornnn atreugtit IN THE WITNESS BOX FURTHER HISTORY OF THE CRANK GUITEAU His Fiendish Coolness in Relating the Incidents of the paralleled Audacity und Cheekof the Assassin His Motives Uy Associated Ircss to ilie Herald WASHINGTON D C November 0uit onu recital yesterday ofhis varind exper ience an u religious tramp and cload boat Hooma to havo whetted interest iu tho cane for dospito tho rain tho crowd was great as yesterday Upon opening court Guitcnu was taken directly to tho witness box WitnoKs wus asked by Scovillo to identify Home papers Tlif flvft shown him wana hand bill announcing a lecture tit Evnnston III Yes said Guiteaii turning it around to jury aud with an air of HUliofccUou that wan the announcement of one of my lectures shall 1 read it I will put those papers in evidence Guitoiiu then gave his idem concerning llis religious tenolB of Ouoida Community Wit ness continued to Bay ISOS instead of 1K78 aud his attention being called to it he ex plained dont feel very well today my brain drutwork just right probably owing to tho vain Guiteau then resumed the narrative of his experiences in trying to Jecturo On one occasion ho tried to loctuio ngaiiiRt 13ob luyorsol who was to deliver a lecture against hell while he proposed to lecture ou the existence of hell Ho found however that people wcro very ready to pay fifty con Us to luiar that thorn was no hell but would not pay u cent to hoar that there was a hell Tho witness asked to identify a book handed to him and said Oh yos that in my revised work nailed Truth a companion book to the Bible t havent seen it ninco it was taken from mo when I wns arrested Witness then desired to read a passage ttni1 read a page or two descriptive of tho trials of tho apostle Paul in endeavoring to introduce Christianity Thut was just my cast sniil Giitoau striking his list upon the desk L strove to enlighten the world just as Paul dill L had no monoy und no Mends and had just tibouc as a time as ho apostle had Witirss went from Now York to Boston on thy steamer Stoninglon whun she struck the Narragiiusett ho thought his timf had ccune thiii but it hadnt Witness wrote his speech Garttold against Hfucock in a public library at Boston ill was originally intended for Grant as ho witness supposf d mint would be nominated at Cliiitigo Jiiil uftor Garfield wus nominated Chiuaxo it hud to lie all worked over When in Now York witness called on Gon eral Arthur lo ollor his sevmcs in the earn also calUid at tho Uepnblican head frs and saw all the big men they wore till liiJ to sco him Ho consulted with GovWiior General Arthur and ollmrs they wfiu vciy frioudly but told him hey must have of big imputation like Grant und Omkhug to do tho speaking Witness milled i was on free and oasy terms with Arthur Jewell und the rest of them Witness mndo his first for olllco soon after General varliulds lie willed ou General Girliold at thu White Mouse After Garfiold was at leisure said Guiteau I shook hands with him and handed him mv speech on which was written Paris Consulship lie knew me at ouco J loft him reading the Rpeccli anil that is tho ouly interview I over had with rrosidcut Garfield I wish to state here that my getting olllco or not gttlmg ollko had nothing whatever to do with my removing the President that was an act of inspiration and was done as a political necessity Witness then related his eTpariencuaat the State Department nml his interviews with Secretary Bluinc describing as ho termed it the modus operand of getting at the Secretary nf State Witness described his last interview with Blaino who rather hurt his feelings by bin abrupt maunor which was so in contrast with the Presidents cordiality Witness thfiii determined to HOD the President aud with considerable exhibition of excitement related his efforts to sue ho President Witness party was at log gerheads aud I got very much worried over ft I wrote several notes to Lho President telling him that something must bo douo but ho paid no attention toil i kept wor rying ho continued over the political situa tion I know this Nation was coming to griof Witness was then asked as to he inspira tion which ho had iuiil impelled him to re move tho President and replied Tho in spiration ns I understand it is where a mans mind is taken possession of by a Supremo power wheu ho acts outside of himself Witness then desired to read from a printed slin purporting to bo au interview with Uio prisoner giving his theory ou the subject Counsel for tho prosecution objected to tiio reading or to tho use of it by witness to refresh his memory A discussion ensued the prisoner insisting that he wan not fool ing well and had uot yet gotten over his Thanksgiving indulgences and did not feel able fo state it so thoroughly now as he diet then Tho court ruled against the usu of the slip and Gnileau resumed Suddenly on Wednesday evening alter Conklings resignation he thought ifPresi dent Garfiold was out of tho way all would go well Ho tried to shake it off but it in n fortnights time it had become a firm resolution He never has doubted since that time about tho tirst of June thai ho was inspired ho prayocl MU prayed askiii God if Garfiold wore not to be thus removed to got rid of him in some other wiy His removal was necessary to save tlio nation from rum I knew the Lord em ployed mo because ho always employs tho best material 1 felt that the Lord wanted mo to do it to advertise uiy book No allusion was made by tho witness to tho immediate incident of tho shooting Recess After recess Guiteau said hs balioved m ft special Providence Jiud had uo concern iibout his safety He felt that the Lord and tho Government would tako care of him The Lord ho added is no fool housos the best means for His work and He has pro vided all the guards tho court ami jury aud those exports to do His work and preserve you distinct recollection of incidents of the Ud of July Guiteau smilmglyJOh yes certainly Witness then briefly recited his arrest and in carceration with as little exhibition of foel hjg as one would exhibit in relating the com uionest incidents of every day life When I was finally lodged iu jail said Guitoau I felt happy I said Thank God it is all OYAftor few questions had been pro pounded and objected to Giulowi broke out 1 want to define my position on this point I believe Gen Arthur is a fnoud of luino Uo ought to bo for I am the man that made him or my inspiration did but l never have yet asked a fnvor of him and l dont suppose I ever shall Guiteau continued A few weeks ago I addressed Bennett a note suggesting that Le end mo aud I think it yerylike ly he will send it I owe probably 1000 awl that IH probably every cent I do owe in the world andif Bennett sends me tho money I shall pay off some of my board bills The Herald did me a great of damage in 1873 but Bennett is a good hoarlod follow I have had an idea iu my head for twenty yeiu that I should be President ot the United I suppose people will think I have been badly cranked about that I bad the idea in the Ouoida Community I went to Boetou with the distinct feeliug that I was ou my way to the White House and I shall make it yet Laughter spread through the audience at this prediction If I am ever President ho continued it will bo by the act of God I shall got he uomiua tiou aii Lincoln aud Garfiold did aud I shall be elected as they were I anticipate a decided change of public opinion in regard to mo Tho idea being in uiy head for twenty years that I would be President I did not want to got the Herald down on me That is all ho roasou why I did not press my suit against it 1 dont care now the snap of my fingers about being Pro bid out 1 dont cure anything about it I dont know that I should take it if I wore actually nominated and elected Witness rotated the story of his personal inviting correspondence with a view to matiunouy aud said I want to say a word iu referenceto my divorced wife The not now The do not know anything about her nor have I known for years past but she had no business to come here for tho prosecution Quostionsod about tho revised edition cf Truth wituess answered there is no monoy iu that business in any way shnpu or manner anil never has been when Col Corkhiil caiiio to inn iu July and talked of snuio groat lot of money and ot some groat men backing men with money and all that kind of uo isunso I told him about my cir cuiuslanees1 ami convinced him I had no monoy Judge Porter now began ho crossexami nation The prisoner bore the examination with considerable self possession although he oc casionally got Hurried and oxcitod determined to kill Gene ral Garfiold did you not V 1 decline to answer that that is a very strong way to put it I consider myself the agent of the doily in the matter I had no personal volition iu tho matter Q you say to the oflicor on leaving the depot after tho muvdcr of tho President Arthur is now I decline to answer that ijuostion do you object to answering thul I suppose 1 did say that Then ho added excitedly I want it distinctly understood that I did not do thai of my own personal volition but ou ho inspiration of die Ucity 1 never would havo shot the President on my own personal account Tho Deity in spired thu act and thu Oeity would lake care of it The Deity furnished the money with which I bought the pistol I was the agent Tho Deity inspired mo to remove the Presi dent and f had to resort to my own moium to accomplish the Deitys will QTho only inspiration you had was to use tho pistol on tho Presidenl Tho inpiraliou consisted intrying d remove tho President for the of 10 American people aud impatiently all Ihnso details aro nothing to the cose the whole mailer wus in tho hands of tho Doity and impatiently I do not want to dismiss it any further 1 tho fact of l lie Presi dents long sicknosK as much as any other person in the world I ml that is a very nar row view to tuko of the matter you contemplate removal otherwise than by ANo sir petulantly I do not like the word I do not iecolkel tho ac tual facts in that matlor If T hud killed the IVesiiloil of the United Status on my personal account no punishmeu would bo too severrfor mo nor too quick I but acting as an of the Deity thai puts an entirely dillorent comitruction on the aft and thai is what I waul put to the and jury and lo the opposing counsel I say hut thn removal of tho Prcsidniit wns an act of necessity from the situation and for the good of tho American people That is the idea I want you lo entertain and not to sottle down on cold blooilir1 ideas bo cause I never had the lirst conception of murder in the matter Mr you aware it against human law felt that the Deity woull take care of mo I never culerltuuiid the idea of murder in tho whole mutter I never had any conception of tho matter as murder my iniud is perfectly blank on thai subject anil has been Cross exnmhaticn will be continued to morrow THE IRISH WRONGS Meeting of the National Convention in Chicago Uy Associated Press to the Herald CHICAGO November Irish Na tional Convention assembled at noon at MeCormick Hall which was completely lilleil largely by delegates John T Fiuoiiy of Chicago calkd the mooting to order ftdward llouayne of Massachusetts was elected Temporary Sec retary and Messrs Hosmoro and Powdorly of Pennsylvania Assistant Secretaries After a 1 oug debate it was voted that tho Chair should appoint a committee of seven each on pnrinaucut organization aud rules aud that one mombov should be selected by each delegation from the several States and Territories It was decided that Canada is entitled to representation Hon Patrick C Collins of Boston nom inated for permanent Chairman miin W J Hynes of Chicago tho nomina tion being seconded by Patrick Ford thus harmonizing tho two elements of tho Con no rout and tho no rent absolutely factions Hynes accepted tho nomination iu u brief speech ami tho organ ization was completed by tho election of VicoProsidontsand Secretary and the ap pointment of a Committee ou Credentials and Resolutions The Delegations oC tho Gouvontiou all favor tho full support by all the Irish so cieties in this country of tho Land League in Ireland It is probable that Ihe Conven tion will conclude its business aud adjourn toniorrow At 2 oclock the Convention took a recess until 4 p in An Editors Excursion By Associated Press to tho Hornld YOUNOSTOWN O November tho Ohio Editorial Association held a short session and reelected most of the of last year Iu he afternoon they visited tho manufacturing places of the city aud neigh borhood This evening a banquet and ball was given Youugstowu which had raised over for the entertainment of the editors is tho recipient of many compli ments on her industry and hospitality The editors leave iu tho morning for New lork on au excursion One More Unfortunate Ky Associated npss w Hie Herald LITTLE BOOK ARK November wife of E a prominent saloon aud sporting man iu Hot Springs suicided last night by taking morphine She retired last evening iu apparently good health and was found dead in bed this morning Domestic dilnculties aro supposed to havo prompted the act The Western Freight Lines By Associated Press to the Herald LOUISVILLE November various fattt freight lines north of tho Ohio ire holding their meetings here today to con tinue through tomorrow There is lo be a complimentary trip to the Mam mothCave The attendance very large The usual routine of business is transacted IT is true other remedies can be prawed but Peruna has the unequalled proof SPEAKERSHIP CONTEST THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM OF NEXT WEEK ESTABLISHED 1876 The Relative Chances of the Candidatei Interview with a Prominent Con Pennsylvania to Decide the Contest Other Offices By associated Press 10 cue Ueniici WASHINGTON November UO Notwith standing tlio uenr approach of the Repub lican caucus this lias boou u dull wcok in ho iSpeukcriiliip canvass Tlio various head quarters have boon mostly deserted but the candidates are of course all working Dif ferent combinations are sought to be made The objective point of each candidate is to secure tho support of tho Pennsylvania del egation Some delegations which have can didates for minor oflieos lire endeavoring to push the chances of their candidate by mak ing a trade on tlio Spetikership Quo of tlio most prominent Republican members of tho House who holds a high position in his partys affairs and manage ment said to the Western Associated Press reporter this afternoon I think the race is between Hiscock and Kusson and if I had to name the next speaker I would His cock Ho has the united and cordial sup port of the Now York delegation and nil re ports to he contrary are false I believe he will got the vote of the Pennsylvania dele gation That delegation wants to make Randolph Koim Clerk and they can get the votes of Now York for him by voting for Hiscock On ho tillill question Hiscock is a pro nounced protectionist and is perhaps more acceptable to that element than any other candidate but it wont do to underrate KasKon He is a strong candidate Keifer is third m tho race but while he is a splendid follow hero ia a fueling that he uot as well ipmUMed as either Hiscock or Kusson What will ho Virginia lloidjustors do asked tho reporter of thin Congressman They will vote for every Republican can didate They may not into our caucus ami I dont think they will but they will follow the Republicans throughout Tho Southern Kopublieans may vote together for one candidate but they aro divided so far ami f think they will slay so The louliig candidates have boon dili gently hunting up ho public records of each oilier for use in this canvass Keifers speeches and votes on bills for the improve muni of the Mississippi river have been orer haiiled and his competitors claim that ho has opposed such improvement and that it will hurt him with Western members Koifer says he has boon a friend to the Mississippi river improvement and that if his rivals intiku an issue of thai they will do him good by showing up his record Keifer is an in defatigable worker and he claims to feel quite confident of ultimate success He and Ins friends have beeu working up his can vass since last spring and hey claim that making a fair discount of his pledged vote for members who will not keep Iheir word dial he is sure of election This to an im partial observer appears to bu un over esti mate of his support but it is certain that he has a good following of men who will sUud by him as long as there is a shadow of ilianue left Kussonti record on ho tariff has been hunted up and extracts from several speeches he made years ago in tho House aro being used fortho purpose of burling him with Protectionists One of these speeches is represented to be out and out for free trade Thad Slovens replied to it aucl Gen Gar lickl also nwde u reply Those speeches are being usoil especially to influence the Pennsylvania delegation against Kasson by making it appear that ho is uot sound on tariir Hisconks utterances when in the Greely movement are being used against him and so it goes Dunnell Burrows Henderson Heed Robinson and Orth are still in the back ground and nobody in fighting either nf hem very hard They are regarded as dark horse candidates and the fighting in boiug douo by Hiscock Kasnou and Keifer It has been currently reported for a day or so that President Arthur had said he would bo displeased itt tho election of cock A Republican Congressman called on tho morning and asked if he had said so the Prenidout replied that he had not that ho had not explessed any pre ference whatever for either candidate that he had no choice and did net did intend to tiiio part directly or indirectly in she fight that any man the Republicans chose to elect wonldbe entirely acceptable to him There arc only one hundred members of the next House of nil parties yet reported and there are not exceeding sixty or seventy Republican members in the sity It can be positively stated hat no combinations of a character calculated to make the election of any man certain have ynt been effected The result is still in doubt Friends of Kusbou Keifer and Hiscock working hard to got the support or tho Pennsylvania delegation for their respective candidates but a leading member of thaj delegation said at 1 oclock this afternoon they had not committed themselves to any candidate and had not determined whom they would sup port ExCongressman Raiuey exClerk Mc hcrson Keim and Ed Johnson exclerk of tho House of Representatives are candidates for Clerk Koim and McPhersou are both from Pennsylvania and as Keim to have got the support of tho delegation Mc Phersou may retire Col Geo W Hooker Assistant Secretary of tho Republican National Committee ex Cougiossnihu Fort of Illinois and Geo W Dtionsou of Colorado are running for Sorgeant at Arms Colonel Jack Brown of i Georgia and Burnett of New York alro General Fitch of Ohio and George Christ of Iowa are candidates for doorkeepers Brown is backed by Southern Republicans Captain Sherwood of Michi gan Private of Ohio and Captain JJrownlow of Tennessee are candidates for Postmaster Sherwood formerly hald the position and will probably be elected It is said that if a dark horse has to chosen Speaker Jay A Hubbell of Michigan will probably bo purhed in Ho is uot a candi date but is willing to outer if the present candidates slaughter each other Weather By Associated Press toTnc Herald November The iudica tious for the Lower Lake Region for today arc Cloudy weather and rain or fol lowed by colder partly cloudy weather southerly to westerly rising o amm eter in the southern portions followed by falling barometer Rcnt By Associated Pwjwfe Uie Herald DUBIJX One thousand tenants in Roscomojou refuse to pay rent They declare they will not apply to the Laud Court The Yale Race By Associated Press to theHeralu NKW HAYIN CONK November Yale accepts Harvards challenge to an eight oared race provided it is rowed ottlwwzH 1882 Lydia E Piukhauis Vegetable is a remarkable remedy for all painful complaints and weaknesses so commando our best female population Send to Mrs Lydia E Piukham 233 Western Lynn Mass for pamphlets FOB A house with nine and all modern improvements for cheap by J R BARBER No 3 Spring street DccMw WANTED At No 19 Spring street a good man to sell Sewing Machines Nov30tf SPECIAL NOTICE Having lately determined to remove to In diinapolin I would request all those who aw in debted to mo tocftUattheirlearliestconveiiieiJce and settle In leaving Tituiiville I would return my thinks to my many friends for the liberal patronage bestowed I cordially recommend Dr E 0 Quimby to my friends Heis graduate of tho Homeopathic College of Cleve land well read uid skilled in the profession and couus well recommended as a gentleman and i physician Docl2t C T M D OF MUSIC Pa DR C T METCALP Proprietor The finest and moat convenient hall in the oity for Lectures Concerts Pairs Balls Ac Theatrical anil Troupes arc invited to consider tho nppoiiitnvntg and conveniences of this hall and the low rates of rental For terms Ac apply to R W BARNSDALL Manager Or at J J BaniKdalls Pino street opposite Oil Exchange I hereby give notice that I have no further in tercut in above hall having transferred the name to Dr Metcalf Nov 5 1881 NovSOlw P T WITHEROP Tho olUost best most thorough ami com plete practical liusiness College In the United always in soosion Students aU mittcri at any time For circulars address J C SMITH A M Principal Pittsburgh Pa NEW BOOKS CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS CARDS XHK 99 CENT SfORE Cull Enrly lor Your Choice New Majohca Faucy China and Saucera Fancy Bat kets Elegant Statuette Pictures Chro mes Black Walnut Brackets and Stand i Childrens Sleds Wagons Horses and Toys of all kinds If usical Instruments of Many Kinds Chil drens Chairs and Doll Carriages Im mense Stock of Fancy Goods for Pres ents Also Frames Tinware Crockery Glassware Lamps and a variety of Household Articles Very Cheap Ueclti The Leading Bate Burner of the World Universal Popularity and Enormous Sales prove its Superior Merits Thousands in Successful Operation Improvements for 1881 For ulu by KERNOCHAN Titusville Pa PATENTST obtained for new inventions or for iraprov uiouts in old onoB Infringcnicnt TradoMaiks and all patent improvomonU tended to InvoutioiiK that have boon rejected may still in most bo patented by us Being oppo site tho United Staton Patent Office and en gaged in the patent business exclusively we can ocuro patents in less time than those who are emote from Washington Wheu Inventors send model or sketeh we make search in tho Patent Office and advise an to iU patentability free of charge Corre spondence confidential fees reasonable and no charge patent is obtained Wo refer by permission to the City Postmas ter and to tho Superintendent of the Poutofflce Money Order Division in Washington For special references circular terms etc address C A SNOW CO no23 OpDCsilo Paton lice Washington DC BETTES I1VERY SOUTH WA8HINOTOH ST by Hubbard t Carr flow Hornet Now Harnett The PiottBtTarnoata la TltaiTllU LiOIES DR1YIHB BORSES A SPECliLTT The bMt care taken of BOARDING HORSES Prices as Reasonable M any in town Kuw C Me E W HETTES MAGAZINE DEPOT PostofficR News Stand ff ft 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