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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - May 22, 1883, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                T I R TP I TSJ T wr Oil H f5 1 O 1ST VOL XVIII NO 291 HEAR YE IGRO ONFONDINFLAMES 1IEAETE1 TITUSVCLLE PA TUESDAY MAY 22 1883 e 1 of poor oil brokers uro wi ling to y lbit it not hcin for IIMOKI IlLE would Imvo been forced to liu down One titty cemt bottle theii This Iliilnil when Hfty will lire or IKI Try it Hold hy K IlXK Drujjxist Titliiviile 1a To ivHtniv wiistil Vitiilitv nnd Nervous Forcr ue AKUMA fit1 WINK The nn tit OIIO biltllr II Convince Voil uf itrt Try it SolI In C K IKCK TiiitMillc 1jt THE TOWN AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY DEVASTATED The Ccnflgration Started ty n Brush Fire andiprtad by a Strong Gale Loss to Life and Property Several Narrow Es capes fruiu Death iJy Aynoiiiitfd Ircifl to thn Iknud MoNTiKiiKH Aluy At Cirotoil Iotid L iitilos from here on tlio lino of the will of GUMOKKS AlAdNKTK up u cuid in iti very woiit C K PIKIK hunt1 lilfick lltllMVillf Ill fill MoKKs NKCKArCilVf No linitli r wliit form u isnrr Sold by C K 1KCK COW CuNDllioX IOWIKKS Kid tdlliui iiliiii nniy 5 feus You will llVt 11 Illllilllr In ilflff yoll Utd Ill pOlllllt to Sdlll K TltHMlli Ill IflKSM ACK AM NO JAV Use tin AlIUMATiC It briiiK1 tho yiiiitlitn to thn iullid Chuuk soro C E PECK DRUGGIST TITUSVIUF PA uud Wells lliver Itmlroad liiHl Saturday afternoon thoru was the most do ilmclivu forest iri over known in Vermont It originated by burning brush about noon und tho blowing a gale tio tlnriies nwcpt evurythint before them Thoy llrst burned the depot Ibo water house and four Hundred cords of wood of tlio iUonlpolier llivor Uailroiid at irotcm 1jinl lion away mill nioporly consisting of i large stiiim mill with several thoi sand dollars worth of machi nery One 1iigo and sovoral teiiomeiu h uiMs occupied by twenty families a store vith over two hundrfd thousand foot of Iressid lumber four hundred cords of iiViriil burns fiftyeight yv sleds three car load uf bay iwuiitytlnvo froitiht cars livo tock and nearly all thu personal propnrty of ninny fanning Men woiuon und child ILii navL taken refuse n iho pond ju bours ind on mils Tho mill piopriy wub uvno liddwm ot Wells Uivei Bald at over Among I ho fatintie Disasters on the Lake By Amooiiited 1resx to the LJonild CHIOAOO Muy storm of oxtrnonli unry violence prevailed ou Lalto Miciiiuiiu last ntfjht aud u number of nailing voHsulx bound for this port svero wreufcod but tho exttut of tho islur ouly yot parttully ro jiorlod The ohiuf disftstor tbim fur reported is tlnd that of lie iwomaiited nehoouor Jeu uie Lynn lumber huloti from Alufikegon which niiidb Ibis harbor south of tho eity during tho wistiny two iiuehors nnulo eloiui above the decks but the wind eoming from Iho nurtlnvest THE ZARS CORONATION1 More Murders by Aiviu J loss is e iiiMiruiictt drovo her toward shoro Her cables parted and becoming unmanageable was eiipstned near tho land about 5 oclock this morning Tho timto VxA Sample suam for shore and wim rcscuitd lolin Audorfou captain L Peterson A IliilogCKou and a mau uamud Uhristiunson snilocH wore drowned Tho scJiotnir iMnry lillon Coon Cap ain Williams early ibis moruing bore down on tliu outer Uovenuuonl breakwater and Hio breakiviiter light linriiig cillur beua cxfiu iiishnd by tliu storm or through Iho inabil ity of tho lighthouse keeper to light it it boing placed in an exceptionally exposed nlacr thi vessel was driven clour ovur t obstruction into the inuor harbor where s soon The tug succeeded rescuing tlio crow thn exception of young boy named Frauk Miller who in fxcilpiiinnt iliruw hnusolf overboard ai was drowned Tlio schooner Henry Uoiuor lumber liulc from rjiulinglon was aKo driven iigainst U hrcnkwatur and trucked but tliu crosv wei wived run Itred destitute lire so rue lifteon mo woma ind uhildrtd who eiunu horo Itiloou Sidurcluy Anthracite and Bituminous COAJL Wood Lime Cement Calcined Plaster Marble Dust Fire Brick Clay Pressed andCcrrmon Brkk Lath Hills Sewer Pipe Plastering Hair Tile for Oven Use Land Plaster Bone Super Phosphates Lawn Fertiiizftrs die After burning tho mill property the tin pushed ulitig the line of tho road somo iliriu to IVubody station tindepot and all tun buildings there The entire lenitorj MI both sides of tho track tor about six union tn a perfect waste Tim bur bmldinxH and ovoryrhmg aro ImniOLi aud the truck destroyed HO that trains cblaytd twolvo hours track has boot coliiid aud travel IN uninterrupted Tho loss to thu radrond in over A gang of tbo wood for the railroad aud in thu cars at ChOton Pond stiuton baryly escaped with their liven John Vlorwi seriously bimed It is not kuowu whetbur any porishod iu thu woodi or Liot Thtiro wore sororiil narrow fscapfcs Haldwiii tho proprietor of tho mills WHS torccd to take roiugo iu n brook running uncicr the railroad and keep tummhcd for ono time DOVKU N II Alny oxtonsitti tiro tn tulos wuods Burrington is uow uu dor control Loss Several woods in thin vicinity near tho railroad took tlrn within the past ftw Uayi dwstroyiug much tiuibur Heavy Snow Storms in the West ISy ArfHouiatcd Jress to tliu Herald CivcrvviTi iUay A Uoiniuorcial G zetto Munch Ind ciiil say thu SIHH tbo ground for ilihiy milus onih The streams urc out of their hanky KiNDtAT 0 May Tho snow is sov era inches deep O May Deep mid breiikwg tmt trets thermometer M do greei HAOKRHTOWN I ml My 21 Snow has fulliii smew norm KATON 0 May Snow filling ut Id oclock this morning ground COVlTf I LIMA 0 Mity snow noes bran nt TAlNK Ollliy S 1 Four tliuriunitiutitr Jf ILLK I JilllHlilJg Ntorin suiLo thiN forutioon inches of uf B f Bro 86 artii Mrltf St B P A W Ky St on D A V A F Jly E N TAYMOB JirAlKi IN STOVES RANGES Court News 13y Asnociutod 1reHx tn tho Htuvld ImiiMiKUtiiA May 21rKobt D Smith a postal olork at BtniingioD iloading guilty of ombfzzliui Icltnrs was sontoucod to one year and four months iuipnsouuieu The Supremo Court untamed tho jucl ojeiit iu tbe Alloghony county court in th ciwo of Ouorgo Jouos who was soutouced tc duath for the murder of a colored man ii EAST JtTRKKT Call nml Iftixist uml lbiont mcnt of COOKINlr AM UK iTlMi HTOVKS AN1 HAVUIX iu Northwcstuni iViuisylvaiiin I hnvii Ihi1 Iirtt of the new HtvliM thill IniVO been brought nut thU your prominiMit which in Uio DOCKASH It N TAYVTOH Patcti Almas Tho Hnprotuo Cour affirmed the decrooof Jurlgu Church of Uruwford couuty who de cided iiguintst tho olootion hold by J Sattor tlold und othort of the Tidowator Pipe Lino Couipituy at Tiiasvillu sovoral tnoiittiH Mr HuttertUlds elect ion was said to bo iu tho interest of tho Standard Oil Company which desired to Hociiro control of its only tnaining compilation in tho Poiiiisylvnuia Tidewater Company Au important confornnco was hold to day between Prrsidotit rowan of tho Philadel phia it Heading Railroad Prosidout tlanis uud other otlicorn of the Lelugli Uoul Navigation Couipauy nwpocting tho read is of tho loiise ofthe Jersey Contrat which with it tho Ldbigh A Suwpiehanua ttnlrosd owned tiy the Navigation Company i wim rumored rocoutly thai iho latter coin mny would enjoin a reading but tho oon crtmco reunited iu au amicublo arrauge nent John A Wright a tea dealer in New ork vrna indicted for perjury in swoanng hat Uedhtflis and Smart also ton dealers iad conspired to cheat him out of bin rooorty A Wist Laborers iv Associated Irest to thu llvrnld IONTUUAI May M proposed allllia on of tho Irish yocietios of Montreal is op ONed by the Catholc clorgy nnd tho roa HOIIH given aro that while thoy would have uo very groat voice in conducting Iho affairs of tho League thoy would bo compolled to assume rtwpoiisibil ly for thoir actions and as iho Montreal woro not politioal this would bo parting from tho objects oF charily niit of boncflts JiomdoK any action of ihcirn which vcrgod iijion disloyally might call up Iho troubles of tho pant into life Tho Klnp LuborotV Society hivo pointcd a co mm it too to confer with tho ship ownurb as the men want nny while waiting for the arrival of ships Five Inches of Snow By Associated IriStt tn thn Herald O May sevens wind Htorm wan tit fill and trying It WIIK accom panied by incessant rain whieu prevailed throughout tlieday though with less violouec than els where in thih reyon Soino troas ninnoroiiM poles and Btoro Higns were blown down SilaK McrchautK1 pipe foundry which WIIH about half built iu tho northwestern part fily wan bjowi down 1bo bout SnowiH reported from various parts of the Suto but nonehero tonight Ktortn tins audit IM rrow coklcr Won I comes from numerous placcK in northirn Ohio of the douo by the wind but nothing spcciuc IH nlaie as to IOMH of lilt1 Tho snow iu Logan couuty in live iuclKt di op No Uoub Quite Efficient 1rfHs to tin Herald LoOtbViLLM Ky May LM Walter EvatiH of Louisville who wan nominntfd by tho President today as Cuiumisioncr of In teruul Kirvtitjtie to succeed Green IJatini and 1ms boon a lawyer about yours ho Heaved as Lieutenant in the Federal army during the war was elected a member of ihe rc from Christian Jaunty iu 1871 and a Souatur from thu same county in our years ugo he was nominated for Gov iruor on a ticket and made a ot thu receiving it vote rpnlo UDaKKiinimg cloarhoaded Christian ontloaian and it is believed ho will mako a efficient Coniiiiistionur PREPARATIONS FOR THE EVENT AT THE KREMLIN Dodging the Connection Between Orauges and Dynamite Archbishrp Croke and the he Mission Un 13y AHKociidod PIOBH to the Humid Moscow May special Knabassy wliieh will represent Franco at the core na tion of ho CMr has arrived horo from which a view umy bo had of the pri cipal ceremony ou Ihe day of tho corouutio are boiug routed at prices Iroui JOO to 100 roubles each The police require porsoi hiring them to give satisfactory answers i to their character and will permit uo ouo t occupy a window until proof is furnish that they Linvu uo suspicious arlicles ou thoi peihOus JUey have fveu th currying of oraugos into buildings frou which it view may bo obtained aa tlioy fea Ktinin nriieles oontainiug dynnuiite nud in toudod as bombs may iuto tho bouseH and may bo agaiiiHt the Jiy ANincJittcd IruKs to tho Ilunikf LONDON May fuud for Pnruol now amounts to pounds It bus been kuip the subscription list opou drciuid to until fiOOOO pounds has bici raised Seve ral iiifLiutgs wcro held m London ycKlorday at wlncli appeals for subscriptions were made V correspondent of tho Caul ml News at Pans has had an interview with Archbishop Crikc in which the luttor said ho re in mod to Ireland from Homo with unchanged and iijiiiablu views Ho duuiod ho hud non rebuked by tho Pope Ho admitted iowfvrr that tbo rosnll of his to Home did not look very faroniole to o nitional cause Tin tliitiloyes on Bolckow Vaughan Cos iron works at Middlesboro uro on ocauso of a reduction of wiiges and PITSOIIM aru affected In the House ol Coiumons this nftnrnoou Ir Porloraml tho Attorney General for Ire mil in reply to a question of Harrington limliorof West Meath denied thai Patrick one of tho honnix Park Murddr hud phudod guilty becautie of a pruvioiiii grccmont that Ins lifo would bo spared if ho mid give evidence to criminate Timothy lly Mi Trovalyu Chief Socrolaiv for Ireland that Ibo government intended to bolish tho ullico of special resident magis nilu in iruland Alny no called workingmeus held here last eve ing ended with a nerd light Onn man wan stabbed and vural others including Juffrin moinber of council woro othcrwiso in By AHHoemtcd PrcHs to Uio Herald NEW OiiuiANs May Times Demo crat Ainilo La special snvs Yesterday j ovouiug Guiou aud Pierce Laueer Wii I limn Curley wore murdorcd iu the Bontheru i portion of St Helena parisu Guiou aud i Piorco aro KOUH of Piercs Lnucer Sr who I was murdered sonio three mouthK ago ou he Baton Ilpugo ronrl in Livingstone parish aud suspicion pointed to James and William t Cnrloy Pierce aud Guiou Lancer resolved j to avougo tlioir futbers death About a month after the murder of Iierco Lan cer Sr James Ciirloy was mur derod Ltist Saturdny the Luuecrn were iu GrueuHburg in St lelonn Parish but learning they would probably bo arrest ed ou suspoeiou iw tho slayers of James Gur loy left the town Thoy reiuatuod M tbo house of a friend iu iho country starting yesterday foJ thoir homo in Liringitouo Par ish Jt is supposed that Air Curley aud Itobort Marnsou his brotlioiinliiw aui bnshed themselves and awnited tho coming of ho Lancers In the tight which followed the two lancers nnd Mr Curlej were killed A coroners inquest is being hold touay W R WEAVER WHOLE NO 6188 EMERY JR L EMERI JR CO AT Badly Scared 3v AHHOcintud Press to tho JJcnild isNVEit May moruiiig in tho CUBO of William If Bush charged by Ex Setialor Tabor with the embezzlement of Iho jury wero outlive minutes u id tiiurutd tt vortlict of not ItiiKy Tabor a lorriblo iworning from Bushs awyer Two Lives Lost y ireMs to Hio Herald iuvEHBAKHi Alay Calloran Gomer Evans both boys weut into u spring mine with nnkod lamps aud j explosion followed EVIUIH wan tom t and tho body of Cidlenui is uot yot covered POWDER Absolutely Pure Tins powder never vnrioB A innrvol of purity Htroiitfth und oconoinical tlian tho orditary kinds and can not bo sold in coiiipelition with tho multitude low test short weight alum or phosphate powder AoW only hi HOVAL UAKINO wuiiK Co 10G WdJl New York auuSdiwly Second National HOLE ITOU And Why Not AsHouiided Prosa to the Uorald May EliuH JJcvino iiim Dutnvoody uud PranK Loder well known oitisoiiH are arresled oil the ehargo ot arson to obtain insurance The Weather Uy AhsoiHiited IVefs xi Uio HoruJd WaHiuwroN May indicatiotiH for tho Lower Lake today nro wnruier fair weathpr northerly uhifimg to Boutherly winds stationary or luwor pres Kure NK THE SNOW PUMP Thin U the only J3y o ureii Ireland May body of u sUuvitrd iiitiucd Qninii who has booi missing lor four mouUiywaH found iu a near inno A heavy chain was nronud hib m ck showing that he cuiuo to his death by fOUl liJllUIS 9 Money Well Spent AHHuciatcd PrecK to the Jionilci May mooting of is lluliof Couimiitoo was held today for the purpose of making some deposition of tho balance of tho fund contributed for tho relief of the suf ferers by iho Western floods It was de cided to appropriate ffflOO for the suffororH ID Cincinnati ami for those in Louis ville At another maeting a motion WHS made to appropriate ho reirmiudfir of ho fuud to the relief of Ibo siiDorers by tho Western tornadoes Captain Hand aud Mate Thomas Ponder of Iho hlOiuior Tropic arc indicted for cur rying men and munitions of war tuto Hayti Found Dead liy AriH ciated Prow to tho Herald NEW OKDKANS Muy F rjuutiog tou of Bradford Pa was fouud dead iu hih rooui thin VALLEY Sorinjj and MonroeSls TnUSVMLE IA Full Roller Process Flour Feed Wholesale and Retail Our DIAMOND lfOUU tho maikot t oxuolli it fur und price iittoiitiou run tu Liu JOBBING TRADE All Promptly rilled OKINJD1JVO OAlJbY D ALMA Settlcd By Associated 1rcns to thu Itornkt Nrw YOUK May lil tho special moot ing of thn Stock KxchaiiKc today the report of tho committed appointed to investigate tho iniulo ngaiiist tho Into firm of Kennedy llulelnuson it Uo by John U Dull was submitted and thoehariMs mado proved and concluded by say ing that in presontiiiK Ihii retiilis of thiw investigation tho committee have no alttTimtivfl but to report that in tho management account of John K Duff Win J lldtchinson nnd George II Kennedy comVoMi K he lute linn of Kennedy Ihu chinMiii A Jo WITH unfaithful to the reposed m them and were guilty of improper and illupal practices Prisoners Comfortably Off AMuciiitcd IfeHH to ho Humid May Lllho Jatherinc Lcwii went lo piens hero on Saturday The wardrobes and etlecU wore packed pro paratory to shipment to New York when some mOnber of tho company who had claims mied Hit a capias and took possession of tlio jnopujiy Today MiNs Lewis and Nixon her nihtmgeT wrru arresttid on tho chargd uf larconcy ttie alleg ing that tint properly pnckud for shipmont belonged to them In default of buil they were remanded and arc in custody aud nro ptisoncrs m roomx at thoir hotel More Water in Cincinnati y Associated PIOHH to the Henild rNOiNMjiTl May commeneed ailing Saturday night early with a thuudor storm nnd ban continued ver since witb rihort iulormisxioijs nnd at 11 oclock this morning snow mixed with rain bill did nut lie ou the roots and trcos until after dark and then only slightly At oclock tonight Ibo tbcrmotiHJUr stood nt 37 de grees Snow and ruin coutiimo at 10 oclock tonight with no sign of abatouient Specials roport tho sumo features of tho stortu in Ohio aud ludiunn aud from tho Ohio even to tho LiUos A Good Outlook By Ansoeiated Ircus to the Ucritld LYVCJIJJUKO Alny is rojiortod in mil road circles that Major Henry Piuk hue Vice President of thn Norfolk und Western and Sheuaiidonh Valley Kailroads will go to Knoxvillo about July 1st in the in terest of Jy Uutild who is trying to got possession of thn Esst Tonuofisee Virginia it Georgia Itoad It is thought if Gould eels the control of thib road ho will olfoct a connection with tin Seaboard road uud run a Ireight through to Norfolk CnotTP Wlioopinc Cough and Brouchitiu luimcdiiitoly ralioved by SbiloUs Qiiro For sale by C E Peck druggist Excbaugo Block BIIILOIIB Cough aud Consuiuptivo Curo is sold by UH ou a gumanteo It CUTCB cou mimpliou FoiKiilo by G E Peck druggist Kxcbimge Block Aictiii Sale I will sell at public aud ion on Thursday May 24 at 2 oclock p m on tho preiniiios of tlio Tula Bank Discontinued tho practice of Paying lutoroats ou Deposits in 1877 making Its loans at a uuilorm rate of 6 per cent per ammm CHAS HYDE President W C HYDE Vice President 0 C HYDE Caihiw DIJIKCTOH8 JUA11LES HYDE And can ouly bu su pLx by us to opcrvtow aud the triJo IMITATIOJSTSI FOK M C BEEUE J D ANQIEH H B PORTE H WM M RENDERSON WM C HUDE P T WlTHIiHOl 13 B THE LEAVIS VALVE Wo control tlio sae of this valve which it f ut coniug iutog tue ITOLt THE DUPLEX INJECTOR W li KOJJIIKiS K T W B ROBERTS SON BANKEJRS The best boicr feeder Smovm isuy and aell THE BLAKE STEAM PUMP i of the Oil Regon FIIEIGIIHD DfllfSTIC I5v Gay Times lo the Herald Tcun 21 Tho lirst Mny fiKtivnl over hokl iu Kuoxville began tonifht with n grimd concert ut Stnubs Oporn Ffouso by iiitiHtK from Cincinuiiii aud other cilitH innislcd by somfl locid laleut Thu city in crowded with visitoiH The fon tival nil lliin week Let Out lly AsHociuttd Ircrtf to the Ilurald UOWTOX Muy 1 Tlje Kxueutive Council huvc u purdou to Ghtis U Siiukuuy if Fill I Uiver n dufuultir whose term would luivo expired liiuitiitioti iu ihirty diiju Presidential Appointment IJy AsHneialLd PITHS ID the Ikmid WAHHINOOV May il The lrehiilotil Into Ins iifternoou iippoitilocl Waller J5vnun of OommisMonrr of Jiitcrnul Jlsvp Two After One By AHsocintdd PrcsH to tlio Herald ST LOUIH May tlinchcynnd Joseph H ffujiiD iiioebnnics bonrdcrn aud roommidos at 1LM2 J3 road way quarreled iu tlicir room about 1 oclock tliis moruiucr while under tho iulhioueo of liquor when Hollmuu drew a revolver and Hhot aud killed niiichoj instantly Floilmuu was arrented The qunrrel WIK about u tirl Martha Sum mers with whom HoRinuu was iu oro und to whom 11 inch ay was also pay ing his uddreKKOH Prospect in Corn for 1883 By AsrfOiiatod Irifw to tho Herald CinoAoo May dinners Keviow in itu crop returns corciinj tho entire north west and fioutuwosl will Bay in its issue to morrow Khows 110 improve nipulj iu fuel its general couditiou is not as iromisitjfj an Uiirty dfijH ago Reports of jiooi need and tho corn is not coming up well continues qiiilo general and ho present proniisun to be a repetition of imo in place of tlreon J5 lliiuin resifjuod Migh Have Done Better lly AiiMociiitid 1rtitn to the lliuiikl InrsToN May 1 Alplioiitio Lyclou u icnuun lined 17 yunt handed himself iu H coll in tho Kofonn Scbool today Baby Elephant Miiruum is overjoyed with bin acquisition thn luitiy and declares tonld not buy it Ho StlOOl for intiiirutifo it tho lifn of the infant foi weeks Surely if ho know tho full value of and Alnmiliit lie would do no Mich foolish thing as they are the moul protcc live modicums that have evor been intro duced to the human family No one yau taku any diKeaso while taking Jcrunnboforn ciioh inoal and keo ing tbo bowels regular with Afanaliii Ask DruygUt for tho book on tho Illsof Concord Grape Fine vigorous vinon two throo and four years old for salo by tho iioxeu or thousand ut tho lowest pricoH viuon aio raided ou tho famous Alt Vineyards at N J wlioto tho wellknown Port Drupe Wino pro duood that is so highly estoomod at Dresden tnd Berlin aud Olhor European oittes to which it shipped and that HO highly by physioiauH every where Ad Srmui Pttuwuo N i Crosea the Juidan T i lv AHHuciiilrd LD tho Kcinl MKXIOO Muy 1 bloody nffruy oc eurrcd al Auainbaro bolwoeu F V Scyborgc of Little Koek and li H Mo Oablt of liohoMlur liotu svero killed lu stautly Bad y Treated By Associated Press to the Hendd RKADINU Muy boiler makers and of tho Union Hoilor Works stopped work todiiy on iiccount of tho proprietor refusing to pay their wages every iwo wuekH Base Ball Yesterday Ky AHMOemtod PITHS lo tho Menild At JIMJIO on account of tho cold At AthleticI Allegheny 1 At Ndw Halti wore 0 Stop That Cough All persons wishing lo tost tho merils of a great that will positively onro Consumption Coughs Colds AUUiua liron chili or any iillection of tlio Throat and requested to call al Peck A Dun burM Drug Store aud gut a tou cout Trial Itottlo of Dr Kings Now Discovery for ConsnmpUon which will show you what u regular dollar siyo bottlo will do TjrrvK ladios You can permanently I boaniify your complexion with Glouuti Sul phur Soap IJillV lltiiand Whisker Dye SO cents Tbe weak worn nud dysjiopticshouJd take Liquid J3oef Toiuu No Driven to Shelter I5v AKsouintcd Ircss to tlie riorald CLKVKIAND May winds and heavy rains visitcd this section late last uight and today Several sought sheHor hohiud ho uncompleted breakwater at this but no serious marine disuslor in ro ported The highest viMonity of tho wiud on Erie WIIB tweulyeight miles au hour Another Victim Hy Associated JJresH to the llornld Ills May death of Mrs Dr Griffin of Liler Ills wiif re ported ibis morning which mufces ho euth victim of the recent cyclone Dr Griffin himself Rtil uneonscicus aud cannot recover Two other victims aro very low and aro cxpictod to die during ho uext twentyfour hours TltUHFl Iti Pit 2 40horse power Stationary Boilers 1 25horse power Stationary Boiler 3 20horse power Stationary Boilers 1 10borse power Stationary Boiler 1 6horse power Upright Boiler 3 20borse power Portable Boilers 3 25 horse power Portable Straight waist Boilers 25 atent Temper Screws 15 Wing E ope Sockets 2 Horn Sockets 10 Sets Jars Si and rd Thread 25 Joints Standard Thread 50 Boxes Standard Thread 12 Tool Wrenches F W AM S Receiver or Gibus Sterrctt Mannfacturi g Co May 15 1883 niylB d8t go BOLT3 JVIAXUFAC THE EMERY RIGIRONS Government Securities Make all Peiflts in the Oil Regions Au i throughout he United States And do a Genera Banking Business EDWIN FULLER Cashier The drillers favor to L EMERY JR CO P W AMES U AMES KEESE COMMERCIAL BAN Orgnnisjod under tho general law of thojStatt of drafts on Principal Cities Stocks Bonds and Securities Bought and 8old REST Change for the Better IJy AsHOClued PrcHK to thn llcrald CoiuMiius Ohio Mny Ul FTJouea A Cn boiksellers nnd stationers huvii as Rifjncd 10 Obas Jnppau Assets SsKOOO lia bililios same The stock has been reduced Jones WHS appointed Commandant of the Holdiprs Homo Washington by llnycs nnd is now at Fort Himchua in Arizona Jern tor not lifo is flwccpnip by and dare befoxo vouiiie Hninc ng in guty mid sublime vu bomiid o tioiiijticr time u wcu in your own town SC Jiitllt frou No risk Kver tiling free Oupi tal nol rciiiiuoJ We will fnrnisji you evtry Aliiuy u o milking fortunes es miilti us at mun inid hoys anil girln in Kiuai pnv lioiidrr il you want LusmeHH at wh ch you nun mulie greu pay nil he imc wiin forptiticulii H to H HALLcTT it CO Port land nine mi atul n general ENGINES AND BOILEKS Tools Ula Irons Oil AVoll SxtppHoa and JTauic and JLlpo Fit tin it 8 Solo Manuraocurora of SelfAdjusting Patent Gate Valve AND DIRECTACTING STEAM PUMPS Banking Business BEECHER COPELAND Warreu Pemiciylvanlii for Warren County Fornitiire Factory IQiS XcKLSA 0 li t Prest Preut Li in it fid 64and 66 Pine Street lwti naten on Liiii Joiiug net Work Wori iiud mul nil liind of c uDener worte we jire p1 reel all Idmla of urdercil wi rk or re pair in our lino Stiwing nml nhitf iloirj to order Fnrni tnrinoiil H 1 cited and ordurn will bo pio iiptly attumJed to A u invite dculoi1 or iin p roun needing Cnhinet Joining o Ciirpentor WorK o gin uf a nil u ftlf E C HOAG DIRECTORS TS JOHN J JCSSK A 1 13 KV K I I JOSHPJJ SEEP jj nuPiaNs JOHN J CAJiTEH E 0 JOHN JL MoKJaSNKV mv23tf Tube 5a vc Tlui bi t salvo in iho world fp r cntu NO res tiico s salt 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