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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1883, Titusville, Pennsylvania TITUSVILLE MORNING HERALD APRIL 7 JBLISHED DAILY ANI WEEKLY HENRY C Editor HowUd I860 by yowr Morning or by mall c SOOO in wclvunuo tfBLISMED THUHSDAY ix yer in Uintwcl or OP 13 1 furnished upon ilioauon At tho Room Corranponrtonoo eonwunlrm Irnpor nt news ted from fill to xind to Editor And communicfUionH to BLOSS COGSWELL PUBLISHERS Cbc Permits PAPEB OP THE CITY LINCOLN ouo of the licnt onlereil iuul mOHt prcwperourt citiiiH in Nebraska levies u liuuusK of on Midi of her liquor saloons uiul hor Coiinoils think seriously of raising UH rate IUY brought tlm largest dtiyi litw cm record at tin Department TLo of jimtiimstern culled for stumps luonOflo envelope il 000000 postal curds tbe value be ing CHICAGO ntul wistynine undoubted uiurdern KHICU Hm tlu OIU and of all tho niurdorers only ouo ban boon Moreover hor Mnyor who hftH jiwt been Jisw pnrtloneil somu 0000 criminals ovory onu of whom voted for him of conrno mid swolliil bin majority IN thii M K ul Providence 11 I lant evening ntutistics worn priwentcd showing tho aliinnitif increiwo of divorces Hince iyt0 An u remedy it was proponed that tho cuiiHO for which divoruu is iukoil lit made juninhnblo us a mum and it was ur goiitly maintained that it is Urn sacred duty of the church to educate pcoplo up to an piocmtion of tbuir marring vows AN TBTHH moinbor of 1urliament HHVS Hint tho thirty Iriah membere who follow Mr Parnolirt load in llio commons ropirsiim eon HtituuneioH with a total popnlalion of but 1720000 while tint nixtytive Irish inonitinis who do not follow his load represent eonsti tuencioH with u total population of COO In other words Mr 1arnell is only Hupportod in tho Commons by a little moro than onothird of the Irish rnombori imil that thoy roprcscnt luss than onutlurd of dm Irish jooplo A ooNHtnAi roport that will doubtless form uti important purl of tbo disuiitsions in to ttio retaliatory against nlmany for tho edict against American pork 1ms boon rocolvod at tho Stato Ddpartinunt at Washiufttou from IfolKium Ltm wu Hiil ssNortH that noarly nil artiilnH uxportud from fformany aro adulttirattHl and Hays thatclothos hold from small pox piiliontu fimi hospitnls tisod as rags petr oleum is adulterated into throe great ly dilutod iind thoii wolil as tho Amonuan FENIAN PLOTS Tho foreign news yesterday was highly ex eiting Kvor sunee tho attempt to blow up tho loual Tovtirnmttiit Uncord ofttco Westminister Hall London tho Uri tiHh uiithoritioi havo been more than uvtr active and alert and already tho police are credited with a discovery of tho groatust importance It will afford an immense re lief to the British police to bo informed that ttto hidiiiK pltiees wliorn deadly explosives havo being miuiufaotured and stored have boon traced ami quite a number of tho of desperadoes with numy marks of HUHpiciou attaehing to them Tho effect of those nrrests and tho thorough investigation which will follow and tho certain punishment which awaits tho gnilty portion cannot fail to ntnkx dis may and terror in th liuarts of tlioii co ooiiHpiralorr anywhere Tho facts HO far as developed lire that ono Whitehead an fristiAmcrican gaged in ruiuiiug a mtioglycirinc factory in one Of tho precincts of Hiriningham the poflsesmoii of such oxplosives anil com poundH lioing contrary to law Tbo pnsoiitir when arrested and intor roKfttotl refused to answer tiny Tho dotflutivuB arrested another man calling hinmolf Norman and who was found con voying boxes from this factory to tho City of London Another urrtwt was miuli of u man calling himself Ornuind or Norman and claiming to le a medieal student in lodging wro found a lot of explo Hewed up in the clothes of one on tho was a quantity of American coin Another Irish American to whom threaten ing lettorn had been traced and who had taken nn office near whore the Court Circu lar is published was arrested bearing the name of Wilson Tho explosive fluid con cealed in Normans aprrtironts was kept in skilfnlly dovinod rubber i agn which con tained mtroglycormo Hiillicient to blow up entire town One Dalton believed to be an otniswiry of the fruition in York and to bo conneeted with the Westminster Hall outrage has been taken into custody A man arrested with Wilson ami answering to tho name of Gallagher is proved by papers on hw porson to be connected with Vvhite lioad Ho declared himself an American cit izen It looks very probable that the wlinlo wicked and dastardly conspiracy would be uumankod and tho perpetrators of the terri ble explosion which look place several weeks ago detected It is a disgrace to the Ameri can name that any citizen of tins country should bo nuilty of such crimes against law uuil Immunity as are involved in the UHO of dynamite and to their deadly HJVOH against public and private property and innocent lived of mon vvoinnn and children Tho incendiaries in this free country who at ft safe distance invite bolder spirits to risk their mxikrt In such nefarious enterprises they incur no risk themselves are worthy only of tho acorn and detestation of any honorable man In thin connection the statements of Miohaol InTitt an presented in the Now York TtmuM acquiron a timely value and sig nificance It says Mr Davitt tolls his kish friends that it doetmt pay to Mow up Knglish buildings that tho dynamite policy will exasperate Iho Englfah dmijocriioy that body to whiuh Ireland inuwt look for tho dual redresn of Imr wrongs nml thit it would bo better to work and wait another twenty yearn than to play Irolandn enoinioH by giving way todoHpttir ftud rovongo This is not merely a ottntion but a prophecy It piitn m a to bo gnwpca by tho dullwt or confused iinderstandin tho reason why Foiiitus and anarchists will not continue to defy the law and make society tremble oy means of dynamite The reason is that nutli ili is to be y Hllch IL does not payon the contrary every resort hy rovolutionists to such violent and cruel measures diminishes their chances ol suc cess anarchists and crazy Irinh pa triots will not indefinitelyplay at a losing game Individual sometimes miiko fouls of themselves in theiryouth and vow old and die in their folly but when the conduct ol uny considerable number of men is to be considered may always count on a saving average of good sense Revolutionary at tempts of the violent kind live on success and hope When they have neither to feed on they die and that is the present condi tion of the dynamite anarchists and Fenians LOVE IN A THUNDERSHOWER IYnlii the New Unveil Ktgistrr 1 dont think I euro about the nutting the rectors daughter Not earn about itX find Honitia Uale why 1 thought you always went every year Ho F mvo always done but I dont think I shall go this year Ah1 I jfrtloiis cried lloratia 1 am not cried Fanny Forrester and no one shall dare to say such a thing of me Nevertheless it is true wild Miss llale You are not going to the nutting party because Harvey Carroll lias askd Oriana Van to Accompany him Now deny it if yon dare What a you HIT to go pining after a man that doesnt earn for you I dont pine said Fanny To break your heart because llurviV Carroll the jjandy city tulip to our little wild rose of the wood dont break my hcartl persisted Ilinny cheer up said Horaiia laugh ing Miss Van Velsor returns to town to morrow The ward school begin next week and she must take her place as second assistant schoolmaam in 1eake street And even if she should take Havvey Carrolls re elwin t hear with her why heros this eon as good tish in the sea as over came out of it I hate vulgar proverb snidthe rectors aughter You hate Oriaim Van Velsor you mean said Miss shrewdly fried Fanny if you suy another hateful word Ill Come now Fanny said Horatio put ting her arms around HIM wuist of tho sob ini girl Im only trying to raise your dormant spirit Dont let this conceited city girl think shes breaking your heart ami doiYUet Ifiirvey Carroll supposy ho is he only man in thiworld Hush there they come up the gimlrii Not here cried Fanny heiv NVhy shouldnt Mis Oriana vaunt her eompivst here as well as else where wont see them cried Fanny IJut you must commanded Miis luk Do you want her to think youru n bligluod blossom Pnish those big your eyelashes ul once and couio info the parlor And Funny Forrester decided that it was best to obev her friends Miss Oriana Yan Yelsur was a tall bril liantlycomplexioned young lady who culled herself tiveuid twenty who wore her hair banged and generally wore a white lace veil drawn tightly over hor after tho most approved style Haivey Carroll the handsome village law yer was well nigh infatuated by her met ropolitan iiirs Jind graces to the grief of little Fanny Forrester who up to this time had been his favorite companion To lose thu rich guerdon of Harvey Iar rolls love bowed our little country girls heart to the very ground and mad Inr think vaguely that it could not be so very wrong to commit suicide after all For Funny had no mother and tho rector hon est imin lived in u world of books and mamiseripls from which he emerged n hictautly three timos a day to eat his ab stracted meals Miss Vim Vtlsor giggled llirlcd her fan as Fanny Forrester greeted her in a low voice scarcely oven glancing ut Ifiirvay Cur loil Youre going to che nutting piirly to morrow of course Miss Forrester said she Fanny was about to say no but she caught lloratia Dales warning eye and changed her answer Yes support so We are going siiid Miss Yan Mr Canoil and I He das dep ctd tlie delights of u nutting party in such vivid colcirs that I um really quite anxious to pai ticipatu in one I do hope it wont rain Oh it wont rain said Mr Curoll I dont think it will ram said Funny fooling she ought to sfvy something And Harvey added if you are not provided with an escort I am nuro Miss Van Vtilsor will lie very glad to havo you join our parfy chimed in Oriana thank yon tnturpoHtd Mis Dale be fore Fanny could reply but Fanny is logo with my brother Lemuel Sow Lemuel Uitlo was an old bachelor reganlod as ttio coiiiinon property of all the girls m town said Faimio clutching at the straw of escape 1 am to with Lumiiel Dnle And Harvey Carrolls conscience did him a little as he met tho glance of uncon scious riipronih in poor Fannys eyes She1 n little juwol he confused to him self Hut then she is only a peirl and Ori ana is a diamond of the first water and tluuv can no better chance for me to propose than to morrow And mornini of those brilliant summer like days that seem to Inivo plucked out of the golden diadem of August itself How delightful lisped Miss Oriana as she sat urucffully OLI a twistml tree top and drank champagne out of a cup Ah how indescribably charming fs the country Could you bo contented to live here al ways asked Harvey Carroll as lie lay stretched on the turf at her teot I could desire no happier fate suid Ormnii lifting he eyes hnavenwurd Then Harvey was beginning honest Lemuel Daloeamostumbling over Hie untiven ground toward them 1 Miy Jinroll what are you dreaming about cried he Dont you see the thun der clouds tiling up in the wesi Dont you feel the sudden chill in the air Mveryhodv else is seeking shelter from the storm while you stay here apparently blind deaf mid dumb Luckily for you that I came back for Miss Forrisers shawl tin roused you from your dream And Fanny leaning on Dales arm scarcely looked up while he spoke Miss Van Yelior caught up her lace para sol with a shriek Is it going to rain she cried Oh I have such a dislike of thunder shower Oh do lot us go to a iliico of shelter somo men old farmhouse or dear old dames honeysuckle covered cot tage live nearest place is the rectory at the foot of the hill half u mile oil iiirroll doubtfully Weshallbe happy to welcome you there spoke up Funny unconsciously lieu pi ng toals of tire on her rivals head Oh do lot us hurry cried Miss Yan Volsor catching at Carrolls arm an the thunder broke in low rumbling tones and the first big drops beuun to fall ilut Forrester and Mr Dale readied the rectory Oy a short cut across tho mead ows and wore al thti door to receive their dripping guests when at last they reached the haven of refuge Carroll surrendered Miss Van Velsor at once into Fannys euro Take her up stairs please Miss Forrester said he in a startled tone theres something the matter with her Oh I am all right said Miss Van Vol sor with a simper Only u little tired with the haste we havo made Itilt Fannv started bank with dismay quile comprehending Mr Carrolls discomfortnre when Mho caught fiiimpno of hor rivals face It WUH btriped like n xebrft whore tho wtreauiH of riuu had run down hor brow and the Ktroiikn of rod luulwhito ill C KI6KH IUO HtroilKH 01 rou wuuu mint bluncliuK cmrioiiHly together the pen te ciling was washed entirely from ono eye brow the other shielded by a fold of tho UrOW 1110 OtllOl KUIUItluuuy u LUlll ui uuu latui veil was totally iniclmnfed Fanny Tickets only Slnuos In Piopoith wan silent but Liiinuol Dale honest old bachelor that ho wus proved ICHH discreet me Minn said he with his oyo gliUsesnt his eye but I rather think your paint is washing oil My paint repealed Miss Van Volsor And then happening to KBO tho relloetion of her tueoin an opponito mirror she ut tered a wild shriek and went oil into good old fashioned hysterics When she camo out of them again Carroll had vnnislie from tho Kfnuo Miss Oriana Van Volsor wont back to tho ward school in Poako street quite unfettered by the goldon clasp of an engagement ring and they say there IH to bo a wodtliug at thu rectory in which pretty Fanny ami Harvey Carroll are to piny tho principal parts Strange how slender a straw will Huftlco to If in out riuj1 Jntk tumird ill trim infiiiuun i iuL at lliu tin1 irrti limit with facxti ForroNtor of nir itltailiiil in it idrirtu i r 11 turn the current of tho stream of lifo it hail not been for that thunder Ntorui the woods the whole aspect of Miss Oriana Van Velsors existence migh have been dif ferent Hut hor complexion unlike tho roses and lilies of Fanny Forresters faco was not waterproof RELIGIOUS MISCELLANY TWO AMIFlK KlorioilHiingolB wciii at NuturoH birth The one all bright with Imppy nulimit niion The other with her tyoH upon tho earth In stundy KUXU both thoughtful nml Hunmf The run wns Hope1 to work with ociiselrssgood Ih1 liiuldig wish thiiHoul conciintiLd will The nlher cnlmiiifj llery blood Teaching to wntt to lltfur iuul be mill Viul be ye ever with us impels twain oh thoii thvilnd eyes and hnlliiint fuce And thHi still eiihiiiit in tin1 hour of Who Kildest sorinv with holy gniw live ni tiiy inspinitiiin rtiiiiling Ilopt Imiriixetii wnik tie good wo miiv concinve Sweet Iitifiice ttttih ifs liowsvith Klicf to cope To strugKlu In fall mid yet beliuve Mury Lluimner Let us be careful only of the quality of our that it be thorough genuine simplehearted the best that is in us the best that can come out of us And above all lot us leave success to Clod who is a just tiiiknmstd1 Will nun Cmsltel The older I grow and I now stand on the brink of ihu more come back to me the words ofthe catochism which learned when a child and the fuller and deeper their mcaning becomes What is tin chief end of ninn To glorify God and enj y Him Thomas Curly lo rods house is not the place to make aching heads it is tho place to heal aching humIs The most outrageous nonsense that is current in theological seminaries is that which deludes young men iulo the folly of aiming at tho profound and philosophic treaties for Iho pulpit Kov T L Cuyler lod when He smiles as well as when He smiles ollcrs to you just that which gives von the best opportunity for Iho develop ment of your highest interests There are manv dark things round about us but Satan is under the control of our Father and like a is working on tho highway along winch we are marching to Kov A 1 lirown II is the duty of thu poor to give as well us the rich thoy ied the blessing of giving us well as thu rich and they are not to be excused or deterred from giving by thu necesary sumllness of their gifts Nor are they to wait until hey get rich or become1 hotter oil before thov give They are to giving net in the habit of giving while they are yet poor HDV C P Shel don 1ivaching should bu direct that it may reiKh the heart of the people Henry IV of Franco is reported to have addressed his army just before the battle of Irvy thiis Soldiers tho enemy is before you You aro Frenchmen Charge Thai is way preachers should address the church Breth ren the of Grd are before all around you Cliugo with the sword of tlie unless it impels tho membership to aggressive action largely fails iif its main purpose Would to rod I our men could see that tliero is nothing on earth so regul as a true pure nothing so really great that tlmy would despise the miserable scramble after ollieo that disgraces our country and aim not at hecomiug position occupiers mere olliou holders but cultivated holy men an attainment that is not dependant on the accidents i f society but upon them selves their own energolic endeavor prc MorvinL industry and the blessing of G C rialWin M Ia says The sale of ISrowns Iron Hitlers has boon large and it bus always given satisfaction Coughs Colds Niw Youic Dec IS I HUflored tnuiilv from hoarseness caused by pruuchiuu niuhl t was advised to try Halos IhniiV of Horohoiind and Tar and win most cheerfully recommend the MUIIO as a most for Colds Coughs Yours Iespeotfully Ac Couon Past ir Lggloston Sipiaru Chilrehi Boston u bronchial allectious it is also specially useful If C Wrightsville Pa Kays lirowiis Iron Hitters iillordwl mo iiuincdi and permanent relief in sick headaclui LEAKS AND JOB WORK IN iiSiUDSTUIflTTIIG hfi AltenUMl to ly O M ZOOK Agent PiuinlHiV mul OHH SMltor Coper Sheet Ii 1 A 38 Diamond St Titusville Water Vl kimlt doiiuto ilrivon KopairiiiK ol all iointr xor i K o r it RA Sutioo IM horuliy Kiven llixt nn will 1m miele to Ilie dovtunor of the Stato of Iemi Hvlv aei t itiovilo Ior tliti inc irnorutiou nml lllb liitiou of cortiiin corporiitioiH upprovuil April tjou 1871 mul tltn siuppkuiiiiiits thereto for the dinner of mi inUiiluil oor onUioti to bo Ilillfil rituivitlti Unciii House Company Iho olnif iHtcr mill i Ijct ivheruof in tho calftbhuhuiont nml iniiiiitiiuunee ufun OjuMU House rtt till Uity i fIitti villo TIL mul for tliusu purpOHuri to huve pomKM mul ulifny nil Uiu ncliti boiio lltM mul if tin Aot of Unit HAMUKh GHUMI11NK Solic tor iiG HEALED nut TIIK ocuv or of Blood Bron cliltli CiuiRlm Ciildn Catarrh of luHt and all ii Of tiio Iuliuoiurj Irlco 80 nCTils Iulilit in rmrfnlij to notinc tho aJ CAPITAL PlilXK Louisiana Siaie Lottery Company Uc tli lucliij irtify that lltf nil Drainiifin t Jln ltit ttiii Coiiiixiiiij inil in IIIIKIHI wnninjf ami con trol thr IhiniKilnn and thai llw nami w rmulitcttit milli lnmifli Jtiiriiisa mid in tmrfird ill ifnlix nml iiw llix iflitttJtuxiui Inuorporiited in IMS for yenrs by Ihe Le islature for Kduinllmiid mid Cliuntiihlc u nomiswith a cunitiil of g lidde turn of over has rince been Bv nil overwhelmiiij impnliir vole its tran ohiHo was mlide n purl of the Slnte Coll rttitution adopted PeLember lid A H 187H I hi tlii ruhtt nn tunl lf iiiTii srillrs Single Viimlici inont lily llu A SPLKNDID OIIOUTrISMTV TO WIX A KOItTlliNM FnUKTH iKANl PltAWlNd CLASS AT NKW OltlKvNS TUKSDAY April 10 irrth Monthly Drawing CAPITAL PRIZE 100000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each Fractions in Fifths in Proportion 11ST DI 1 CAlJIML 10 100 do clu do do do do IriiK id dn riiic do jriH IDOIM rOil 10000 10000 lil i750 iimoulitin tojjiidiialH Applimilions for rules IdellllMshollUI lie inill only LO thu ollne of tinCompany in New Or leans For furthn mloiimition write elenrly Iull luldrens Send unlrs hy tured letteiir Money rilii only In M A DAIIMIIN or M A UAIMMIIN N In the Ixlni rliniiry SomiAimiial Dniiviiif ol iiisl June the Capital will lie j MCHGR m THE ov European Steamers llVlNti KOI SVll tllOM SAIt 1MtOM SteaniiiHeiill at Moville for all North ol Jrehuul piissenj livirpocl are Ioirtariluit Iiy sleiinnrs to and Irom dlif Vlulllliteit lme is iif lllli KteiiuieisAISVllA ASCI II IIA USlltA II v U III KIMIOIIA Iljl1 NKSSLA and VIV1OI1IA RATfiS OF PASSAGE TO Oil IKO New York Glaayow Livorpool Londonderry o Bolfasi IMKSJ CAIUV I Kxcnrsioii Jukels i AiLInxiilo nviilalile Ior r Formud till j One Vear j 11 CJhihllLli J ulil 1 Vearri Hull SKCOND JAIIN From Now York To Nuv York Jhildrou I lo I1 hall Iliro liifiuils ward fii1 Iropaiil IMritt Jiihin and ilir Jxeiirsioii vlllHand uccMidiiiK to localton ol Slatenmm Sleenie London to New York ilireil No Secoml Culiin eiinied to London on InoutHtoiiimiis The Anchor Line Stcinners arc tirstoliss in every hull ex I ir trailie lire ediniditJUle rehahle splen didly equipped und inlheir imd line IlKIiaolN 11 IOOTOFDKYSJ1 NIW YOlIK HENDEBSOW BEOS Aleuts NO 7 GliKlN NAV YOUK AT Warren fit Farnsworth Valfev Railroad NAKIMW OAlliK U iAlilIHII TIMK lANIMY HI Slcualmont oVmi 2I Wn I1 Mil sloamll liLSl liraiiih siTani II I7a limetlon sva11 iam TRAINS NOKIH I 2 I I US 111 r S2rlim YI il Dillllil1011111 l nsl llanuh UOOllH Mill MCIII lliulei ii irun i impi i l pm I I mlerwooUs 7Pm Sunday trams leave clarendon a in t m im arrive at Uaiileld HI i a in o p in ieave iar lleld ji 11 in n p in arri TnilMH Iiivriiii on I K K K I Inn leave liraiUml ill cltv and 1 ciscun a or uarileld hv morning train rein dn ihrce ainl PostolficR News Stand fj Q VJcDANWEll fropr in miele to tlie unviHiior 01 UILMUM i j n vlvuniu umii til Act of AHiemWy of tho Koort conrttantly on luint 11 tho 1 iidint cltilio mnseiillh of Iemisylviuiiii unlitlwl An ami illUMtrutod weeUHeH iinUlu rollowmnHttinil tim tril rliil n fnr nllt HillirlO Or HUUHCrU ir poriouicalH for sale Hinijlo copy or siubtionp Monthlv Aio rnblwho1 by tho DTDIA from tho or ASSAM AH KVNCHA VAILlA DAU TAlllA iiEmtA u MN a 11 Ahsomtoiy inw suporiorln Favor TH Musi Kwnom luii I 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