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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - January 13, 1883, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                VOL vni NO TTTTTSVTLLE PA SATURDAY JANUARY 13 1883 AND Lowest Cash Prices Physicians Prescriptions ittuittoii E PECK C Druggist and Chemist Anthracite and Bituminous C O A JL IDENTIFYING THE DEAD SCENES AMONG THE RUlNS OF THE NEWHALL HOUSE Yesterdays Work Adds Five More Victims to the Long List Making R Total of Condition of the Wounded Uy Asioeiiitwl Trtst to tho Horald Win Jan work of thi bodies of those who perished in iho NewbaU House h loeuus continued from an early hnur toiiay A cold aud cut ting northwesterly wind prevails keeping batik the crowd arid giving tho worKmeu a chance for unhindonid labor but thtf woik of 120 men is carrud on without bjxuni VPIV littlo in uccrmiplishoil Shortly atUu10 Oclock thu charred remains of i human body were found ut tho north uud of Biomhvay front of thi liotol tlio tlrft only body found up UH noon They aotuully burned off the lower extremities aud wimt rouimiit wer left from tlio niglit aburf tliut ihnbady is that of a woman Tlit ah reds of the night ciuinot ro moved without tearing otf the flush from tho bcation of tho boily U is thought to bo thu romaiiiM of Mm Ohilkm dead to A who was mien at tho winilnw of thu hixth story short ly hoforo the lirondway wall full Tho ro uiiiiiB wero fairly in iho Nows of tti buly biur tikmi to tho m c Iliasprmtl Ilka wild tlrrf and ihoiwuuls aio now ai the scim Miich if m ifhiod ut thu bungliii riutl on and ut iiniitll1 out firot nolioti ff the cimiLil wUKl such a nondi lunation and Ihrouiouiug tliut mooling onllad tor lliis uftoruoou to otujloy u ttirfr fnrot appliances for tlio W A flail of Uiporle iiJ ho milling THE CABINET MEETING Secretary the and were M k is car Woo at Dr iJir Jiuup troii fifth loh tho b UIOM pr UfMli Bis whfrualioiH tirtst uixlit Calcined Piaster Marble Dust Fire Brick Clay Pressed and Common Brick nth Pipe Plastering Hair Tile For Oven Use Land Pfasterr Bone Super Phosphates Uwn Fertilizers St Gilli illlmfHtVt Hhurtly afwr noon t filwarilsi 8ro Jtt St cm B P W Ky p atlu St onD A V P Ry iprl J REPAIRS LEAKS and wot dlcitno work at niflit Iiiil purtiifli of M liuiiuess lied tli is otlico Ho imdo u winilw und In o rudiiin Uiruali the only becuiuf liuowu ndis woro bunrd MU Brown and Amif Tamilian from St n Csiihcdril and Mnsgio Sullivan from GiNi The of piopio at the funeral turviis wii very o moro hndus ohrnvil uu all idwntlkaiioii and part of a hu man trunk woro loimi It is ww ctt beyond tliut ut life w not than seventy in addition to thu bodies two costs wero loanI in tho pulvOts of one is u latter iind to William IX Kowoli ot Fieoport III Air Kowell wirh A mau who met Mr in iTeport ri rdiy wan Jieeii this morning and wild tiero wan uotlmu to tell whom tho coat bilouged In tho southwest oorner of the nuns touud n photo of 11 yomiK smooth lull man apparently uuout flvo feot ten iuchesi hijU wuKhmg perhaps puuiuN On tho back of tbo pictKO wriUeu the name of Ma E Loland pliotograph won taken in niHiiioraiidurn bonk anil wori aksi now dm m about sixteen feet from tho sidewalk Somo are in water a fool deep and consequently umU little headway After to day they can ulon faueifor tho reason thai tbo debrK nmy bo thrown into the hula now Frelinghuyaens Action Ap proved By Associated 1ruiH to tho Herald Jan tho Star Koute trial oxPoHtmastei Dobtisko of Eaton Col was calld by the defense HIB salary from the aalo of mumps was 313 a year both und diminished A company with u capital of OUO bouKht out nearly all tho old rosideutM who removed to other countries There wan an abundance of cattle iu the valley Tho are establiBhed for men not for cattle did not Kuppono for uu uiKtant thai oaiilo got leltjvs InureollOh they have letters brftuded on them Biwquod wuo hiicccodod Debusko KUVO tcs imoii of about tho same character Prof Mitchell was boforo tho MissisBippi Kivor Commicteo today and exprosned the opinion that when tho MiBMWnippi iiuprove mouU were complotod uudor the proseut plan a obanoel Of teen to twenty feet deep would bo scoured iu places now the inont shallow The House Jomiuittco on Foreign Affaire loday uiitlioiizecl Mr Doustor of WJKCOU sui to cilfor a ronoluiiou in the liouso aBknij ihe Proiiclont to make u more liberal treaty with tho German Umpire This action is desired amougoihor thinRU on account of eoituiu Auuiricrtii having boon forced to buar arms under iho existing treaty The Hawaiian treaty matters Will bit oou MidmiU on 1uesdiw next Jlarlc died this morning Tlt Haeritary oT thu Treiisury han directed illUiiodSutiorf Disluet Attorney at Nanh villu to tiilu steps to recover by suit or cthcruiHe from J M want ol ilio Boarci it PulilieuLion of tho Cumberland Pnsiiyloiitn Jnuruu The iiiuifio judiciary committoo thin inoru bv a biiro mijoiiiy doeicled to table Mr KunttH roaoluion which provided for tho forfoitury of ttio Nortlioin Paoitic land is tlionyht tliii aetiou kills tne Diciiiiro for tho present Hcssion The receipts Ot national haul for re demption clurinitin wek ending today is S lIXOOO bonds tlio treasurer to iirVu imtiomil bank liireulation jO to secure publit money iu nutioual bank lUpositariesi boudu dopositid to sniuuocircuUiiioii during the wutk 00 to Kucuid oireulution withdrawn liurinjj thoweek to OKNKKAI JOB WORK A buiidlw of can Thf Ooionor ban called an mcjuebt for to morrow whoti District Aitorny will conduct tho ixamiuatiun John Gilbert lue actor in still uncoimciom but tho do not give up hope Mrn iive wife of the Miaimjer of tho lorn Thumb troupe paMd a quiot but w low aud will probably not hvo JuuOb MiAliino a Milwaukee mau dues not iiuprov uud rave doubts are loll f i The uhvsiomiH will hold a confer Vudrew AO a T I tit 10 O A1 ZOOK Agent bodie ot wci a ti uatioiKU bank notes QucHtions rilating to tho military were Incused at tbo Cibinot muotiuR tedayauct he action of Secretary Folfjer to neud the cult to tho assistance or tho Brit sli Columbia povernmont to aid iusnpprofifi the Indian nutbrflil wan approved impvivHriion provuils that Mr OUnrftead us iCcmestcd tho Prthidfat to withdraw his for thu Dwtriet Oomnmsionor How They Settled it By Ansociiito 1 1resii to tlio Omcxou Jan An InterOcuau Littlo Hock special says A miiu named Lindsity colored entorod n ijuartor rfection of land near Finmcli SpriuRs as a homestead Tho survoy shuwod that it covered part of tbe tnict of ground cleanid aud squatted on by white man namud Hubbard The latter domanded tnat Liiidsuy abandon hw home stead biiubavrcfcbed List night tlub bird wthapxrty of masked white men went to LitidMiyH cabin and drove him ott Tho party won met by Lindsuyb friouds with a volley of muikotry aud Hubbard aid one other man was killed und a third mor tally woundicl An Important Decision By Associated lrcni to tho HorulU riAKBianuno Jan The court refused to dissolve the Fidelity Mutual Insurance Asjcciation of Elizabetbtowu Lancaster county on tho application of the Attorney General Tho company also requested the dissolution Hliowins the liabilities were very much roator tlmn the cash on baud DOINGS IN CONGRESS A REVIEW OF YESTERDAYS PROCEEDINGS Bill to Prevent Unlawful Occupation of Public Lands Fee Bill Passes the House Bills Favorably Ke ported Etc By Associated Presa to the Herald WASHINGTON Jan the Sonata Mr Plumb introduced a bill for thn relief of settlers on the Indian bods Southern KauHUK Keferted Mr InRalls introduced a bill providing for determining the existence and removal of tho inability of tho President of tho United Htateo to discharge tho powers and duties of hiH office itoforred It provides that whnnovor two hoadw of a dopurtment Hhull Htato in writing to tho Chief Justice of tbe Supremo Court of tho United States that the President is unable to discharge his duties tho Ohiuf Justice shall lay tbe matter before the court where the question will be decid ed and if tho inability In found to exist tue Vice President shall be uutinfid to assume the duties of tho President The resolution providing that tho Honate moot at 11 a m after tho lGlhuiit WUH adopted Mr Moriill moved to postpone tho eueu diir in order to proceed with tho Tariff bill He did this for tho purpose of ascertaining whether it was the earnest purpose to pats the Tariff bill this session A spicy donate ensued during which Mr Morgan took oo cniinn to say It the bill could bo deslrpyou by discussion and amendments it ought to bo r Mr Plumb hud an earnest desiro to pro ceed wiih tho Tariff bill but with due con sideration of otlier business After further dobale and tho adoption of the resolution to moot ut 11 oclock a m Mr Worrell withdrew his motion to post pone the cnlloiuiar The bill was passed extending Iho limits of jurisdiction of justices of tho poaco in tlio TerritoneH of Washington Idaho and Mon tana also tho bill grautinc the right of way to the rft LouiB Han Francisco Enlrmd ihrough the Fort Smith military rosbivuMon Tho Soimto then wont into executive ses sion to consider tho Mexican treaty prepar ed by the Grant Commission on Foreign Af fairs Tho session two hours und a half and when the door reopened tho Son ato adjourned House of Representatives Mr Butterworth of Ohio from the Com mittee on Piicitlc IVulroads reported the bill authorizing Ihe Southern Pacific aud other railroads to unite so as to form a continuous lino of road between tho Atlantic and Pacific oceans Also the bill to compel the payment by the Kinsas Pacific of the costs of nurvoy iug selecting and carrying certain lands granted to it and to create sinking fund for tho Kansas Pacific Sioux City Pacific and the central brunch of tho Union Pueiftc Tbo House thuu took up the calendar bill to increase the of Star Route witnesses coming from west of Mississippi lands whicli was referred to Ihe Committee of tho Whole Mr Uiuylmm from the Committee on PoHtofliees aud Post Boads reported favor ably tho resolution calling on the Secretary of iho Interior for information an to whether the land grant complied with the Uw of Congress rwpactinc tho construction and maintenance of their own telegraph linos for the use of the Government and the public Adopted A PURRING MATCH Some Lively Kicking Done Between a Miner and a Saloon Keener By Associated Press to tho Herald PanADEtPHii Jan 12David MoWil liams a coal miner living in Plymouth Lu zerue county and Robert Tavish a saloon keeper of Manayuuk were matched some tlmo ago to a purr11 for a side Pur riuK is scientific shinkicking aud tho con testant who is most agile and best able to stand tho punishment wins The battle was fought shortly after midnight on Thursday night in Camdon and was wou by McWil liams on tho twentythird round Tho men worn barolegged from knee to ankle and oaeh wore No 7 brogans men were very muoh After hours of kicking Tavish wanted to quit but his friends insisted that he should oo on MoWilliams shins wera badly cut and bruised but they were nothing when compared with Tavishs In tho next four rounds McWilliams went as bo liked and every time he kicked ho inflicted an ugly cut or britisa In tho twentysecond round Tavishs seconds could not stop the now of blood Tboy wanted to apply bundimui but wore not allowed McWilliamB kicked Tavish fivo times in the twentythird round and lavish ctruppod liko a log and refund to go on from knee to anklo woro covprcd With cum and as raw as beefsteak lavish lees were washed in apniu jack nurf ho WIIH driven to the forry Before tbo punera roaohod Philadelphia their legs wore swelled out of all proportions Tavish IK in bed in a well known sporting hoilso lefi tonight for Wilkesbarru Both exhausted W E WEAVER WHOLE NO 6078 L EMEKY JR L EMERY JR CO Business Failures By Associated Press to the Herald NKW YOKE Jan Business failures for the past seven days as reported to II G Dnnu Co Mercantile Agency number an increaso of 38 compared with last woek distributed as follows Eistoru States 28 NVosloru 77 Southern HO Middle 1J Paciuo 24 Canada U Now York City Tho principal assignments in Now York Oily are Korr Smith brewers and Zucca Bros fruits The others are unimportant POWDER Absolutely Pure This powder never varies A marvel of tmritv strength und More ocoromioal thun tho ordinary kinds and cnn uot be Hold in competition with tho multitude of low tent short weight alum or phosphate powder Sold only in cans ftovAL BAKING 1owDEU Co 100 Wall street New York aufi8difcwly AG131STS THE NJECTOR lift Ot Theobalds Celebrated YIEOA The IIKT No 3i Diamond St Tilusville oto TIM ii iiu for Hoi ls Olo tvui IlMiurha PUJ Oil or Cold water uti IuthTubH Oiitttri Con Well 4ud W Clniiimy Topn ilrvfn IuruiKos iu nil Patci Almas VALLEY MILLS Cor Spring and Monroe Sis Full Roller Process Floor Feed ANU thoro is it Wholesale and Retail Uor ILOtnt tlis innrUot for ami price Attention pRidintlitj JOBBING TRADE All Promptly 0 for him The tiKe over his case this afternoon Llaidy improving Mr aud Mrt are out of All Iho emiut irl luivf lipou taken to their homos MinnitMuck and Dora Cole both of whom are cloinx wMl IATKK till evening nve tlvolutlo heqis of charred tuiiinin tlJSu iimN be ealled woru found in thu ruins ot the Kowhall louse At noon the ronuuuH ot a mau were trmiid at tin north tncl ol llu nuns iyiuKon a iiiatnists showinf the vie tim Tho boly svim burned beyond recognition tlm nkinl ro miiiuoil lutart showing it sot teeth us thu workmen I riiiie body the huad foil iV the braus ooxol our and tho odorn lhat wore sen forth Hiitaient to drive them Irom tho otluis oamc for ward and Hie Unly cruniblC1 into a confuswl blaikiued innsi from svnioh tho bones proliuded and was taken to tho morio whtro H occupioU ilaoo in tlio corner still hinoukleriiii uud fllluiK the room witli a biouel lhat m uuon ilumlilo A tho men work iuto and opn up tho odorn of burning 11 moro and morn apparunt aud scarcely room to doubt hat by tomorrow nivht a HRUUO will be prosonied before which Htoutest honrted will 41111 in horror A human tui aUo IHU found pirtmlly bunoi with no traces of the body to which iiiKS anywhere near it Two little of roiuuiuw wero tuiitid near ctii por boual effects as to Uobort Howie tuid Divid fi Martol tho Wiicorihiti lloutial touduccoru louve little doubt thut both perished two uioro Uoiips ot remains weri found making live iu all Tha nnmius ol all were discovered near tho sidewalk of Bronriway front Tho body idoutiliod in the murfjne not Mrs Chollis but Mrs L W Brown of Allegheny PH whOhO hosUud w m the emplov of the Nurlhwuhtcrn It ill road Tho last body was ox Emma Hozor a domestic leaving Uyo littlo heaps of burned ilerh and bonos William E Wylio formerly tor tho Miclilgan Coiitnil Railroad 10 ceutly appointed MiUvaukeo piissenxcr acront arrived on Tuesday and stopped nt the Nowbull HOUHO Fl went to his room before midnight and has not been soon BIUCO homo is iu Detroit most thorough invustiRiition into the cause of tho Mewbull tire and the condition of tho hotnl ha been determined upon by tho authoriiios The District Attorney will oouduct the examiuination of witnotscb jurv iuipannelkd tho coroner is not As thoy have ahOady sworn in howovur they will hoar evidence tomorrow HH to the CIIHB of tlio persons taken to two morgue This will ivquir very little time Then tho croat question auto the caiMO of th live und the ifHponsibMity for tho tor of so many pnoplc wil bo taken up Iho District Attorney is doteriiued to push tho Investigation tothe bitter end yie berd of tho jury aro D Wail man J B Thomas coal and and liobert Davis real estate mau J H Earnest of Salisbury Lafayette county whoso name appears among tho luinsinf was a well known prominent Dem ocratic politician in southwest Wisconsin whore was onuagod in luininK and farm ing He was a native of Kentucky born m 18M being in his tMth year He came to Wisconsin in 1880 and Milwaukee m court remarked thut the of the officers for a diKsylution war that they may bo re lieved of annoyance Tho nottloment was not riiifficiont as boua title innurery had a rilt thai must bo cared for Tnm action of tho jotirt is difforeut from that hold by iKort Pearson aud Henderson retired who passed upon tho other grave yard iiuurntico caies Murdcnid His Son Bv Associated tross tu the Horald ST LOOIT Jan Irishman known as Drunken Jack Shoahan was locked up yosliiidiiy afternoon on a charge of having murdered his sou Jauios a lad of 17 years It ioemi Sheehiiu went noine drunk quar rold with his wifo ilrove her out of doors ana thou is said by one of his htllo chikuen to have htruek his boy Jtune bed a heavy blow which shortly all oveiitH t who was lying on the chest resulted iu duatb boy died aud the coroner now iuvoligutiiiK tho matter Sheelmn do UIIB hlrikiag sou or bavinfi Buy trouble witli him On tho contrary he claims to huvo siviu him uiudiciuu and otherwise troatud him kindly A Severe Eleciric Storm By Aiiooiiitud Prens to tlie ILrald UKNVBU Col Jan A severe eleotno storm uccorapunicd by a high wind which coached a velocity of bisly milon an hovr prevailed horo today Tbo electric light tower 185 feot high wiw blown over wieikiu ft Hmail tratno house which stood in iw coinBe Tho inmattiB esoaped uniu inrcd Savorrtl buildings were unroofed and of a number of m the iouru of erection were blown down llm daniBgo H quite heavy throughout the city NTo loss of life in reported No Compromise By Pnss to thu IloralU piTTflDUBOH Jan 12A Washington Ia special Efforts to effect com promise iu tho CKSO of the defalcation of Cashier Kuth HO far have been fruitless Tuoso interested arft willing to oompromiae it is understood but tho stocKliolUurs who uro individually liable cannot agree upon tho money required to wipe 9ut the charges against tlio defcudauts Ruth and fbornp sou Tha case has boon postponed till next Monday afternoon Onlsiders aro generally of the opinion that thu case will not come to trial real wood duiUor for tituti resided m of pas particulars D ALMAS Snvc best salvo in ho world for soroa ulcors Milt rlieuni 3ULa totter ohappod handH oorua nndull kinds if nkm salvo is KHiirnniecd to give porfeot Mfttisfac factiou invery case or in ouoy ro funded Prioo as couK box For Mb by Duubur ihia Passenger Train Ditched Uv Aaaociatod Prons to the Herald OAIHO Ill Jan 12Tue Wabash passou gor train which loft herd this morning at 5 oclock was ditched near Olmstoad iUtoeu miles north of this city Two coachen cauht ilre and burned A number BHiigors wore injured four of thorn Cause a broken rail Further cannot bo obtained at present Four Men Frozen to Bv Associated Proas to thu Horald BOSTON Jan ISTho brig Qoldfinder Captain Stuart from St Domingo for Bos ton was towed iutho Delaware breakwater yesterday having four men frozen to death Tuo captain was frostbiUou aud only one iSnwls nt for duty Tho vessel covered with ice was picked up at sea eleven miles from Henlopon The Weather Uy Associated Pivaa to tho Herftld WASUINOTOM Jan la a inThe in dioations for the Lower Lake Regions are Oloudy weather with looftl rams moitly noutkrly lovrw The House then resumed the confederation of the hhippiuK bill tho poudiLg question on the committee substitute amend ed for the eighteenth nectiou Mr Knott of Kontuelry moved to strike out all provision for stating his intention to strike out tho subaidy clause A motion to table the Knott resolution Ivan mudo by Mr Humphreys Tlio vote wan yjas 0 nays 5 Payaou Kuotts motion was 93 naya 131 After tho rejection of the amendment oy Mr Miles the vote rrjcurred on tho commit tees substitute as publiiihed this morning and it wag agreed 134 nays 86 The Bubntitulo in brief limits the amount of tonnage tux collected m any one year and provides for fiou ships and free materials Mr Robinson Raid one old man on tho banks of tho Delaware had turned out of hiti vard within oim year twelve vonsolu to Hy Americun flaufl That man John Boaoh born in Ireland that country where the Great Creator had established his princi pal factory for the manufacture of great and glorious patriots to supply with a limitless supply the uiilimitod demands of America for Reuius and bravery Applause Oom iutt a lonely boy to this country John Koach had built up a gieat American ship yardand if he had had fair play lie would have dom inated the Atlantic against all Bnush iutlaouco snd Roniun Applause When Home future American historian came write of tho great man of America one of the most idolions would be that upon which the glorious Irish boy would blaze most bril liantly Thunders of applauns The seoiion oiomptiug vesselB engaded in foreign oarrying trado from Scute taxation havinK been reached Mr Page of Califor nia moved to Hlriko it from the bill m or der to save fifteen or twenty constitutional speeches Agreed to Mr Humphrey of Wisconsin m speaic mg to the lust tuuoidmeut said The oriR iual object of the bill was to promote Amer ican shipping and had been defeated bv ameudmuuta which had beau adopted Ihe free ship clauae would permit 1027 vessels owned by Americans who had deserted the W duriug the war and had sailed under thti British flag to come back uud receive an American register By the free ship dome would be aiding in iitz JohuPorteriziutf tho country Thw Oou cresB when it should hivo closed wouifi have done more general legislation than any Cougoesa for the last ten years and yet it would KO down as a Congress abused by the Kopublicau proBs throughout tbe country and borne Republicans fooling tho lash were seeking to undo what they had stood by for merly He believed despite the abuse of tho press tho Democrats and liepubhoans alike had tried to revive the industries of the country Mr Berry of California inquired whether tho snips to which the gentleman referred were not rotten now Mr Humphrey replied that thoy were not Mr are not ten ships in existence that woro put under tho British flag twenty years Mr Oox of Now York then moved to re commit it to tho Comrnitteo on Commerce with instructions to report back to the House without delay a bill providing for the purchase of free admission und reuistry of foreign built vessels and for the admission of all material used in the construction and re pair of vessels iu American yards to be used in foreign uud not in cosst trade The mo tiouwoB lost 77 to 181 Tho bill wa then passed Mr Kasfsou of Iowa rising to a question of privilege had read editorial in the Now York Times commenting on ft discrepancy between the Civil Service bill as it passed tho Souato aud the text aa telegraphed from Washington Mr Kassou explained the bill of the Souuto as it came from the Senate without the crossing of ft t or dotting of an i with tho same paper and the same ink went back to the Senate without bearing the mark of any person connected with the House of Representatives excepj tho in dorsement necessary to signify its approval by the House the clause referred to m the article did not appear in bill and wag itruck out iu Adjouratd tlio nromiuunt failures in thu country may be mentioned T Wiliach Tucson Amonn Ecldlornan Bowio boots and shoes Atlan ta in Rountrer A MeOlnro wholesale crrocers San Francisco 0 A Schado A Woteomville Locbporl N Y S Marcus Sou dry goods Mobile J G Ryan liquors New Orleans is nuking an extension of lia bilities on 841000 A large increase m fail ures iu all section of the country is apparent osponialiy west and south Didnt Know It was Loaded By Associated 1reHH to tbe Herald HAVEN Jan Beck nn omployoiu tho balrory of George Kober was shot fatally today by William Kobauus Robauus wan going out shooting and found a shell iu tho barrel Ha pulled the trigger and the shell did not explode Ho concluded it had been fired before Hobauus later in sport pointed tho pinto fit Beck saying Your money or your life Bock protend ed to soarcti his pockets aud said ho had but a few cents Robanns pulled the trigger aud the pistol went off Rubanus terrified exclaimed Oh God J I did not know it was loaded A Father Fatally Shoots His Son 3y Associated Protw to tbe Herald CisciNNm 0 Jan IJJohu B Hoff man a tailor livinent No 10 Elder street fatally shot hiw nou liobert aged 22 at his home this morning Hoffman wits drunk aud had a quarrel with his son last night This morning he arose early aud hid behind the door until his sou slurtod out to work when he fired tho bull taking cOed in iba abdomen Five years ago Hoflman killed another son but was not convicted Hu has escaped A Barrel of Benzine Explodes By Ass ciated Press to the Herald PITTSBURGH Jan 12 The explosion of a barrel of bouzino in the color department of Suydam Coa paint works toiight fatally bnrned Joseph Inglesby aged 22 injured Thomas loglesby and 1 ThobuildiuK naught fire but the extinguished with a loss of BEEE Now on DRAUGHT At all the Principal HOTELS and SALOONS The Best Boiler Feeder Known Alwuya Reltublc take water under pressure Requires no water 25 foet Will NO OVERFLOW HO OF WATER Jo PUMP BOILERS and ENGINES STEEL JARS NEW BEDFOKD COED AGE FRESH SUCKER RODS Titusville Pa June 17 1882 16tf THE BEST1 Hlighily injured Thomas loglesbv and Daniel Greor Tho flames wero There ore bright buds of April and blossoms of May But Iboyro not half so sweet an breatn ofthe maid That with SOZODONT brushes her teoth every day Till like pearls through her beautiful thovre displayed 0 SOZODONT what an enchantment IB thine That Rivos tooth like tho iron and gives lip red as wine H H HETZEI Williumsport Pa Bays I have used Browns Iroa Bittsrs with happy rusulls foirtyspspsift L Jr and Co F 0 LEAD Evory Stylojind Prioo KoOporatlon Economy 1 F P NUSE THE Leading Jeweler iHE OHCX Offsw for a and well J C500WS MAYS RELIABLE Popular Cverywherp JtmTTown Jnjhe jJnjted AND BY tocta liddiam Go Aiisndoodweow AMES KBESE UM MATTOFACTUKKKS OF STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS Oil Well Hole ol s DENTAL SURGEON At very low prioes After Jiitv 1st tho following tomm will bo itrictlv Rdhereil to A discount of EIGHT CENT will ho allowed on tho not prioea of all Torpe does that aro paid for iu cash when ordered Torpedo orders of 41000 and over at not may bo obtained at the name ducoiuil of 1J1GHT PKB CENT if paid for in cask pur chased Interes at Six Per Cent per annum will be charged all bills not witblu flfteeu 15 tuo toipeOoon Pa Pout will Set of ieeth for SO Where prepared SelfAdjusting Patent Gate Valve AND DIRECTACTING STEAM PUMPS COPEJAND Aleuts for Viivrea Ouunty B fc SON INDIA ETHEE CHLOBFORM NITKOU8 OXIDE or VITALIZED AIR FOR TBK Painless Extracting ftf Teeth Gold FilHngH innerlcd with cure and anted for twenty Bailroad fare paid I ook to your interest My pnce aro moderate m iuoe KS Y H of tho well known uud rinblu Boston Tubing Casing ManltztclTx If vou want the best glaw of beer In call fttGhaB MaultetchB No 125 West Spring street where the celebrated NiagaraFalliBrew mg Companys beer won Alo tWo who want fine beef the best in the city call at the Ment Market adjoining of which Charles MauHatch ii LOOK AT THE PRICES o w anu oJiers Absolutely Pure Economic iL Rc uu n Favor The ilos EconornlciL Re Sonlvttau tne usual quantity Sold by all arocers JOHN C PHIBtUS t CO Agents Of tke Syndicate 130 Wator St Y Porter House Sirloin Steak Round StenU Shoulder Liwak Park jrtportlom 15e I6c lOo Drive Pipe Gas Pips Steal ri later Pipe Boiler Tubes IB to Works at Boston Mass and McKeesport Pa General Agent tor tho Oil Regions E TOWISTSENIX OJHCS WBDBM H8USB BLOCK BKADFOKD PA   

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