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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1883, Titusville, Pennsylvania 1 PC s r H iisr oiin VOL XIX NO 39 TITUSVILLE PA MONDAY JULY 30 1883 WHOLE NO 6246 PURE DRUGS A perfect and complete stock for Prescription arid Family Trade at Bottom Priced for straight at PECKS DRUG STORE Natural Mineral Waters on tlraui ht Soda Water with Ico Cieam Limo Fruit Juice and all Popular Syrnps at PECKS DRUG STORE Disinfectants of every variety at PECKS DRUG STORE Pure Dalmation Insect Powder Hcl iboro Whale Oil Soap at PECKS DRUG STORE Brushes Combs Wisp Brooms Toi let Soaps Leather GoodiCutlery Bird Cages Imported Canary Birds Bird Seed Bird Food Bird Medicine and everything needed for Birds at PECKS DRUG STORE Jtvitfifts IV M 400MHS J K N T A I I A K L O K S OTOIIKl WOCK TITIiSVUIK IA Onlcc hours H n in t ti p m A DEADL COLLISION FATAL SMASHUP ON A NEW YORK ROAD Sevontcon Persons Killed and Many that Bejjcar DescriptionConflicting Tes timony at the Who isto Blame Jv Associated PITHS to the Herald AIMION N Y July S an accident on the Koine Wiiiortown it OudeiiMlnirj at Jnrylon lust Iviming seventeen persons T killod und fourteen wounded As the Thonsitiid Islands tram running at a hifjh speed on Ihe iniiiii line neiirod Unrylon iho engineer noticed a single cur on the track alniid of him liofure tho train omild bo shukcncd Iho undine diishrd into the ob struction A scene of wnck nnd confusion followed The iiir Wus tilled with tin of the und injured The hcrniiidly rcnmincd ut his post und was fu tully injured Tho fireman who stood by him lill the lust wus instantly killed The work of Ihe wuir dod and lulling oui the doml from the wreck wus promptly As fur us can be learned the cur which caused the disiister wus blown on lo the nmiti line fiom u brunch track by Iho wind U is supposed tho Kov Atwood of Clinton and tho Kov lr Pinko of Syru ousd were pusso liters on the illfuted train Fourteen dead bodies had been taken out of tho wreck ut last udvicos Tho train comprised six eoriehns six sleeper und two engines The train was well tilled with tourists The sconn in tho darkness wind ami ruin The second oiijimi was totally wreeKod A number of uninjured passengers piocundod on the lills bralioh of tho Cculrul Koiul und passed through here this morn thai llio rtrfit ho saw of thn car wafi aboul Inoo rods ahond Hn blow for brakes and rovorsod tbo nnd tho next thing ho know ho was in Llio ditch Albert Jnrry n trnok testified thai ho wont ovor Lho track about half an hour botoro thn collision and ovorylhinp was nil njht and yot it KOOIIIH from other testimony that llio freight oar waH blown IH fool with brakes sot IIH testified by a braltonmn which Hooms hardly credible Tho depot innntor says ho did not examine or look to KOO if everything was all right Thn oonlliotinn testimony of tho witnesses was HO threat that tho jury havo boon nnabln to agree upon a voidiet yot and havo ad journed until WodnoKdiiy EARTHQUAKE HORRORS TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE ISCHIA ISLAND ON ENDING HIS TROUBLES Ball Into roans Jy71y J A TOUO 17 NPKFXC1 STItKKl tiKADIJATK IKNNSVIVAMA COUKUK Ol DKNTAI SUKUKKY Jv71y J A liKNTIST 8 DIAMOND NT Ovor Thompsons JyVty TITnSVIMK 1A anil caio w it it w OITHiK ANI UUSIDKNC No 1H WASHINGTON HTKK jY7iv Tiirsvn o itioouv M i 1IIYHICIAN AND HIMUIKON PA Office ami jy71y niilcnciMi Ktit Main Street TrnisviiiK PA VAlllAiV ITI a K coit WAINUT AND STKKKTS WASHINGTON r UlTUSVIILK PA in IIAIIIY in i IHVSICIAN AND HMIifJKON e und Kesiilcnce 1C Knst Pine Street Jy7ly TIISVnd IA 1IIVStcrANS ANH HHIUIKONS WASIIINOTON ST Jy7ly IK J I TiTliSVIILK IH N 1IIVSICIAN AND HUliUKON jv7ly WASIllNfiTON ST JLeholcnnt J W 11 KG K K It IN I1 KT K O L K IF M Oil Sold ami on OKFICK UOOM NOT Chnso V Hlowirt lloek TitilMVillo Pn felilfiltf ii r HKOKKK IN IKTKOlKtiM NO I Oil FAUIIANOK TITtlSVIMK PA ICupnwntiid in Oil lily by N II HKOWN J M II JtKOKKK IN PKTK01 PA NO 11 IlKKSIIIlKKd PLOCK Direct wire from ulliiv to Oil Hty Oil N 11 11111 imOKKU IN PKTItOUlUM NO ti OIL KXUUANOK T1TUHVILLK PA ItoproHontod in Oil City by W H DUFUli PriviUu lieUvutui Titusville and Oil ity ii OHM UllOKKIl AND COMMISSION MKUCIIANT IN 01UIDF AND UKFINKD PKTH01KUM 1he tniiii eonluined an excursion party of Llii from Miiiiu point west for Montreul The arylon stulinii ayent assorts that he snl the bnikcs on the freight car last uviiiiliu It is not known whether the car was blown alonj tho track or run to the junction by malicious purson The tniiii wus H doublebender excursion lioiind for Cluyloii with Thousand Island tourists mostly troln Michigan It was bo hind lime und running forty miles un hour when Ihe collision Uno of tho en kints wus thrown on end and the other ditched The oar and two sleepers wore completely demolished Tho oars store piled upon one unothor in u vat heap of ruins The erics and shrieks of tho wounded and ilyinj wero torriblo iho crash wus hoard throe miles Tho country JK ihiuly sullied and it was some time hoforo assistance was oblumed Corner Coohrano of Albion was sent for ami llio work of re moving the bodies commenced The work is oiiiK on the idontitidd aro Thomas I luyiie uf CHiioago Carl of Lansing Mieh Prof C W Stone of Butt lo ireck Lute J Iranoes of Oswogo Willie Lufovor of Jiuy Oily Ashlev iylor of Uiimpdon N V Thoiims Stalin of Wutor lown N Y O B Troop and granililaiiKlr tor Alnry Troop of Schohario J 0 Schonck of Cleveland Thomas JJixcm of Jluvilniul two ladies with uinrked Cornelia to Louis and Ii J ii to C M H one thought lo bn Mrs JJooth of Kay Cily Mrs C Wortley of Saline Mieh Henry McCormick of Jionlon Mioh McCarthy of tho second engine died aftor hn was put aboard tho ruin for Tho engineer fireman and train dispatcher of the first escfiptd id nil wore injured Tho woumlod who oould travel woro plaeod upon i sleeper and taken to the Fulls The rent were taken to neighboring houses and eared for A man who lived a fow rods from the wreck had driven bis son to Lyndonvillo to tako tho train and when bo homo found him a oorpsn The work of removing tho debris will be cleared in a fow hours Tho un known lady with a rinu is Mrs lioos wife of 1 linos of Philadelphia also sineo found deiul Iho Coronor adjourned the imiuost until tomorrow Oswuno July on the train from tho disaster at Carlson aro tumble to yivc anything but slulomonli of of tho accident and could not jivo the names of tho killed and woumlod Of tho wounded it is not believed more than ono or Iwo will die if any Passengers state the uiimbor of killod wus twentytwo Ainoiif the killed are Iiirnhum lioitwiek of Toledo H yoimi ludy of Ijeslie Mieh unkiown ono Groin rosideueo unknown Adams of Chicago und Mr Dower of Lan sing CIIICAOO Inly A Iloyne killed in tho Carlyon aceident wis one of tho oldest residents uf Chicago prominent at tho bar and possessed of considerable wealth lie was elected Mayor by Ibo pop iilnr vole eight years ago but allowed to hold ollico only a fow weeks owing lo the construction given tho charier by tho courts KNOWIKSVIMI N Y July wreck of Friday al Carylon is fully us terrible as first reported The wreok wivi re moved last evening Thero havo boon nn moro deuil bodies found Ono lady who was injured died today Her name is Mrs lo fovro of Hay City Mioh She was badly bruised and her loft log broken above Iho Her husband arrived just in lime to be by her The stllloring of those injured is great All those who could bo wore removed in sleepers and the rest lakon to neighboring houses and cured for The people uro vory kind and everything possible is being donu for them The throng visiting tho scone wus immonse ft is estimated that fully eight thousand people woro there to diiy some coming from a distance of twenty miles Manv of them carried away as relics of tho wrecked cars Iorham arrived last evening and the dead wero placcd in caskets and boxes ami shipped to thuir homes This afternoon Iho railroad company plaeod Dr J W Kddy of Oswego un exjicri ncid physiciun at the service of those injured The company have been prompt and ready to do all they could to help relievo the suffering and euro for the The Spanish Minister Puts R His Brain Uy Assoeiiitnd Prorts to Iho lleriild NMW Yoitic July Karen Spiiuihh Envoy and AliniRlcrPlenipotentiary lo Ihe United Htraos committed suicide wilh u revolver this morning in his room in the Alhcimirlo Hotel Hn arrived in the oily from Washington on the Lotli insl and went to tho hotel occupying a suite of rooms fronting on Kroudsvay His wife and younger daughter were guests of Jose jNuvarro at N J liarca visited them suvoral times during his stay here Yoslurday ho called at the Spanish Consulate ami con versed with Consul Uonoral liarca was about to return to Utiropo with his wife and daughter who intended visiting his elder daughter wife of UAHair do LuSalle a wealthy land owner residing in Paris ami romain with her while Harca went tin lo Madrid and again rolnrnod lo this country In convonitioii with Consul tiunorul Harca spoke pleasantly of his approaching visit lo Knropo and of meeting old friends and us Hiicialos there lo Hit hotol in Iho ulternoon ho wrote u number of lottcis und dimd in Ins loom alone Abuiil 7 oclock ho gave his key to the dork saying something to him in French whuh tho clerk lid not understand lie says he noticed however that Iho Minister looked pale uiul agitated and thai his ha id trembled Ho then lofl the holol but soon returned carrying pack age umlur his arm A little later iMunuol S a Spanish commission morohunl called upon the Minister by request and re mained with him in his room until oelool this morning Karen conversed pleasantly during Iho evening and urged upon Ihn import ance of selling throe horses carriages and oilier nersonul eflccls which he had brought on from Washington und which ho wished to dispose of before his departure for Europe When SuarcK wus aboul lo leave however liarca betrayed much agitation pacing the floor ntiivously und purmilliug liis emotion to tmd vent even in tears In reply to a question by Suarex tho Minister Hundreds of People Killed and Hundreds Scones Wit Sights in the Ruined Towns on the Island Jiy AsHociidod PIOHH to tho llendd LONDON July own of Casamio ciola on tho Jsland of whin near Naples was almost ontiroly destroyed by an oarlli last hight Tho neighboring towns ol Fario and Laecomono were grually dam agod Unu hundred persons more or loss severely injured havo arrived at Naples by Hloamers The number of people killed is not known NiMiKH July loaded wilh injured people are constantly arm ing here from Iho scene of the calamity The hospit als arc already filled with the sullorcrs ItoMK July Minister of Iublic Works has gone to Casamicciola to measures of relief The shocks began at halfpast iiino oclock last night At thai hour a majority of the people tho iipuor classes were al the Lhcalro Nearly all of llio nouses in the town collapsed 11 is esti mated that ono thousand persons wero killed and eight huudrcd injured A number of sleamors have bocn brought into service lo carry the injured to Naples The impression produced by Hie disaster is indcscrible Many FRED BATES GENERAL W R WEAVER L EMERY JR suitl IHK emotion wus ciinstil by his pronubiuK wopunilion from Inn fiimily und irom friuuils tin loviil At hint lie oxprosscd n ilosiro to go lo ourly iniiSfi nt tho JiillKulrul uiul uskud Ins frimid to call for him und iLccompHuy him Sum ox promised tu cull for him at live in the morn itif mail biulc him jootl night At tho hour numcd Suurox roturaod to llio hotel und went In Jinrais room He found Iho door cldNcd hut not lockedund ho ou torcd Tho KnK WIIN burning dimly IIIHK ing into the bedroom ho was horrified to HOC JSiiron knnoliuK bosidehis bod his houd drop piiif on urin which routed on iho bed iiud Mtipportoil it IIIH fuco und clotliCH covered wilh blood whilo blood ulso sluinod tho bed clotheK und hud formed u pool on the floor In tho nido of his head n bullot holo through which tho bruiuH slowly On the lioil WUK n lurgo ro volvor one chumbor disclinrgod Huron WIIK ulroiidy iloud iintl hin body wns cold Without informing uny ono in tho hotol ytinrex wont nt onco to Iho Junmil Licncrul und Iho two returned lo tho hotol Tho pohco nnd Ihc coronor wore hen noli lictl iiiul wore noul to Souorn linrcu til Sonbrigbt N J und to llio First Sccrotnry of ut WiiKhiinton Ou the tuble in tho Hitting room were twenty loiters iiildrotisoil to members of Honor Hur cns fumily nnd lo his tviPtuls Ono of them wus uddroHsod to tho Consul Ucnorul Il Nlutod he intended to kill himnolf bccnuso hiK troubles woro moro tlmn ho could bcnr lio ulso uskod him lo tnko chnrgo of his effects und look nflor his wifo nnd dnnghter The loiter gnvo uo dcluils us to the nnturo of the troubles roforred to It is believed howovor thny woro of u linnncinl nntnro Honor Huron wus ri ycnrs old lio wus Under Socrotury of llio Interior tho limp of hisnppointmonl ns Minister to tho Unitod Htules on Febriinry 17 Tho First Sec rotnry of Jjogntion nrrivod this evening froru WuMhinglon und Iho Hocrctnry of tho Spun ish ombnssy arrived ftlso toduy from Enropo victims belong to good families It is impossible to give the number of dead nt Casiuniccinla In tho latest accounts Iho number is estimated at JODO Tho hotel Pio olu SonUnolla sank into tho ourlli und buried many of its inmates Some inhabit ants of the town OHcapud o sou ill tho first shock and made their way to Naples with news of llio calamity The cenlro of the area of llio shook was Ibo iitimo as thai of two yours ago bill tho radius is wider The shock was foil at sea and according to some accounts even al Naples A guiitloman who WIIH sluyinu ut tho Hotel Iicoolo Sentinolla and who escaped with his life fiilalos Unit he only had time to se cure some candles for use in the darknusH of tho beloru Iho collapse of Iho build ing A person who lived near tho now ruined bathing uKiublishmonl siijs ho es caped Irom tlie place uiiiid falling walls and balconies The terrified people ran shout ing o the sea Tho ground opened in many places while in other places thero was uo movoiuonl Water gushod oui of springs ami several boilers in tho bulbing house burst The tlioalrn a woodon slruclure wus literally torn open allowing Iho audience to escape At Laceo there aro many doiul ami wounded at Fario churches woro ruined but uo one killed nt Surrara fifteen wero killed Tho troops recovered Iho body of Fiarentini Prefect of hussari All the steamers plying between Isehia and the main land woro immediately char tered by Iho CrovGruuiont to bring tho woun ded from tho island Tho excitement through out Italy may be imagined from tho fact Unit visitors were iu Iscuia including wealthy Jtomait and Neapolilau families and several deputies takmg balhs there None of Iho deputies are known to havu perished and it IK hoped that they all escaped AII English chaplain lost ono child Later telegrams stale Unit all the hotels at Casamiceola aro wrecked Tbo Ministoof Public Works and tho Prefect of Naples with a largo force of soldiers hurried to tho scone Tho soldiers will work to make Iho riiiim secure and will engage iu a search for ho wounded Stories told by the survivors are horrible Many Romans having villas al Isehia are known to have boon lost Tbo dead aro fearfully mutilalod A correspond ent telegraphs this afternoon tlmt judging from reports already at hand tho calamity will infinitely oxeocd the Oh inn earthquake in I ssi Absolutely Pure JhiH powder never virion A miirvol of purity strength und Moro economical than Iho onliimry kinds und nun not hi Hold in cumpcliliun with tho nnillitmlo of low tent short weight alum or phosphate powders tiottl in rmiv KOYAL JJAKINO JOWIIKII Co lOli Wull street Now Vork CHAMPION ESTABLISHED 1863 FIRE INSURANCE 1olioien and IOHSOS promptly adjusted in the following companies Aetna of Wart ford lioyal of England Standard of England Phcnix of Hartford Qnoen of Knglnnd Farm ers of Sforlf Pa London and Lfinciuhiro of England Iimniiinco Company of North Amer ica Lhiladclnhii Pa Pennsylvania Fire In surance Company Philadelphia Pa Mer chants of Providonco U I Mamifuctiirors of Boston liusiiawH solicited with business men for nny of the nbove iMimexl eompimios on nil olassos of property JyCly FHUU BATES R BARBER GENERAL fi OK1 L JR CO SIRING IN 1M71 HOLE FOLt LEADS ALL OTHERS ICvirry iimily Nlioiijd liuvts one Fire Life and Accident CONVENIEN ODORLESS ECONOMICAL WOOD and COAL STOVES TO THE REAR Over Fifty Million Dollars Capital reprc Hcnted Oil lnsuranci n sjiecialty in Iron and Wooden Tanks and in Pipe Line jj7ly THE SNOW PUMP BANK Tills Is he only Organised under the general law of tho Stftto of Pennsylvania Drafts on Principal Cities Stocks Bonds and Securities And oaii only bn rfiiiiplicil by un 1 1 operators ami tho trndu OF IMITATIONS MANUFACTURED UY RATHBONE SARD CO Albany N Y Chicago III Detroit Midi QY DEALERS EVERYWHERE AM 11V R N TAYNTOR Titusville Pa SEASON OF 1883 and Sold COLLECTIONS M4DE SiOUE AOE1VTS JPOIt THE LEWIS VALVE Wo control tho unit of this viilvo which in fiwt oomiiix into guncral uso and Banking Business SjJOILE JFOK OPENS WITH THE STRIKE the Fort NATIONAL NOTES Precautions Against of Army nnd Navy Pi ess lo the Herald at nnuln on to Mil Suiilioiinl IunitH and TtniiHinl jOWOHt KiilcH United Iipu liino bought and sold ItroKiMiiKOi JiiiiriiKniiiontx and On tern Solic tod II C OMLKN 18 Kroftilwny Now York mm life Ix y r nnd lurti liffuro ymi ilio I tiling niiKlity mill miblinm AV lonvd iMiliuul to conquer tiiiio ft widk in your own town outfit freo No riHk Kvuo thing frun Ul not Wo will fuiiilnh you Pvury tluiiK Mimy innkinK fortunim Liuhen nmko HH mildli M ion and tniyx ftnd iirU make pay if you want IniHinoHM ut you cwi innko pay nil tho uinu wrltu rUouUrnito 11 HAJLKli JO Iort for i UoO doiul It is OHlinmtod that tho oonipunys IOHH will bo und ILUV rouoh u jroiUor mini UH in viiriuits will prohu bly Krow out of it Mrn Miiry Throop roporlod dond is only injured Thoro worn Movontoon killod tho following urn tho injured Mosorvu Mini duy Huy City torribly briiinod it is thought who will roiovor Mrs W T Hull iviul duilKlitor fjonlio Mioh Mrw Hull injurod iibont iliuhtmd mill tho ilniifhtor u Hpinul in jury lioth will rooovor Mrx H Sullisbury HiUtlo Crook Mioh hip dmlooiitod doiiblo frnctiiro riht siilo of tho nook und hond bmlly bruiHoil it is thought sho will rooovor Kov K H loulil OurtlwKO Mo sovoro in tho huok of tho lioml hn will ro oiivir Mrs F Irolund Irnud Fulls Minn brnisoil about tho bond MOSOH Hwootor IlirkorKburf Vu Hpino brnisod und houd out will rocovor U Piold 1urkornburn Vu oyo IontiiHod unklo Hpminod und injnrod about tlio hip will ro oovor Mrs A lj JiriKKH Sallnn Mioh out ubout tho lipud will rocovor nbo in ut Iyndonvillo Mrn Amm of frolutul wrint fructurod und oar cut off MWH Alico JoniiOMon 1hiliulolphiu brokou uuklo MrK 1rof C W Stono Hultlo Jrook Mioh fruotliro of un unn und otliorwiso briiimid Alix Towor Lonsuif Mioli in jurod in tho liuad lio will rooovor ho w u brolhor of MTH Juno Carl who WUH killod A Hpociixl from Oswogourrivod ut Loolook with Ooiiorn nuinugor H W Urittou of R M Moor of 1 A Huwyor Tronxuror Wator town J N Train MiiNtor Wutortown Conductor Ourrinon und Dr H J ioohrun coronor for tho purpOHO of holding un luipuwt ftnd a jury WUH inipun nollod Tlio of tho locouiotivo toHtillod WARHINOTON July Government has boon mlvisod thiU u disonso onllod oholora has appparod in tho Htato of Ouxaco Mex ico Olmlorii oflon exists in that rogion whinli not Ahiiatic Soorotury tho Oolloctor at tho port of DoHion to burn llio cwkO of Epyptiuu rugri on llio stoiunor Ha varia whioh loft Livorjiool for Jiimton Tho Soirotary dnoilos tho din OIIKO not of ISTO oriatin u National Jiourd if Ilpulth is ivpcalid by limitation and tho forinor of 1SVS is rovivod This in Iho first ollioinl doolnnitiiin that tho law inf tin National Hoard of Ilouhli hail oousod to oxist and tho old innrino hospital not IK rovivod Heorotary Linooln sfiyH the Prosidont ox poutod to roturn to Washington thisovoning Tomorrow cvonnif ho will start for LoniH viilo Ho iutondod lo mako short stop at Wluto Sulphur Springs Tho Socrotary of War dismissod Oadot Thomas L Ilartigan of Iho senior ilass Unitod States Military Academy for hinting Horgount John A Alnllor of tho Unitod Statos artillory Hiiioidod today in tho Wash ington inonnmont lot by shooting Chaplain ToiiKsaint Mosplio of tho army will ho courtmartialed for mmiorouH iluph cutionK of pay aioonnls during alinonoo with out leave Jlo rooontly roturneci from abroad and was unvKtod at San Francisoo Lightning struck tho wiros and ran in ou tho machinery of tho United Stales Electric Inglit Company iu tho Daily Post building tliis ovoiiiig extinguishing tho companys lights all ovor tho city Tho works woro badly damaged Tho President has arrived The Weather lly AsHOuinlod Press to Iho Ihirnld WAHnisiiTON July indications ftir tho Lower Liiko Jtogions today aro fair weather followed by early cloudy wouther and local ruiiiH wostorly winds shifting to southeasterly frilling barometer and stationary or rising tempera uro Both Sides Still Holding Bravely Hy Asxocinlod Press to tho llenihl NRW VniiK July now fcaluros woro dovoloped today in tho strike of iho tolographorw and both sidofi tioom jirnpnred for fi long and bitter ulruggle Tho negoti ations with tho Baltimore A Ohio appear to huvo resulted in uo satisfactory conclusion Tho Western Union toiiay took down the notices subject to dolny and all business IK now lukon UK boforo in thin city Tho West orn Union claims another striker in Chicago returned todry Iwo iu Bradford Pa and 0110 ut Memphis A long oouKilltution wus hold tonight bo Uvoen Chainnau Milcholl of tho Executive Committee of the telegraphers and Master Workman Uaujpbcll of tho Brotherhood Tho result is unknown but it is hinted that nulosB tho Western Union shows a disposi tion to compiomiso Monday the railroad op orators on the Wabash and oilier linos in which Gould is interested will be ordered tn strike PiTTsiiuaon July This morning the chock boys demanded shorter hours and an advance of per cent in wngos The in crease being refused 15vo boys and a delivery clerk struck Their places woro immediately supplied Tho Western Union had live u costsions to its operating force today The strikers gained one from tho Baltimore it Ohio Tho Jlapid is doing a heavy busi ness NEW OULEANH July of the Mexican Exchange Clearing House Stock Exchange Chamber of Commerce and Cotton Exchange adopted a resolution urging the indisponsabilily of immediate no tion on the part of tho Western Union Com pany to restore loloqraphic communication 10 the trade ceutros of tho country and pre vent tho continuance of the hoavy losses and inconvenience sustained by the commercial community WAHniNOTON July Baltimore it Ohio today submitted to its operators indi vidually a proposition to mcroaso their sala ries if they vould reUirn to work immodi aioly iu the following ratio To those ro coiviug SlO and a month an increase of jlr to those receiving and above an in crease of ijUfi No guiiruutoe was given that UIOBO prices would continue Tho operators referred Iho compnny lo Ibo Brotherhood Tho Brotherhood has received no communi cation from the company MoNTiiKAii July additional num ber of striking oporalors havo returned to work and others huvo made application Tlieob Lids Celebrated J03N L McKINNEY Prest E 0 EMEKSON Vice E C HOAG Cashier DIRECTORS JOHN PEHTICi A P BKNNBTr 11 K HOPKINS E 0 EMKUSON THE DUPLEX INJECTOR The host Ixjiler fcoder known THE BLAKE STEAM PUMP w n JIWSK SMITH JOSJPII SEEP JOHN J CAKTKU JOHN L McKINNEY Second National JSTK of the Oil OK THE EMEKY EIG IRONS The drillers Tlio bociof tiiis H0ison will be put on draught at all the principal hotels and saloons iu Titusville The lager will be by far superior to any brewed in past years TITUSVILLE PA Capital This tlio pructlco of Paying Interests ou Dopoaits Iu 1877 maldutf its at a nuilorm ol 6 pur cent per L EMERY JR CO lUrtlrx St The Pittsburgh Races liy Aioioiinlod PCCHH to the Herald PtTTHiiuiutit July laul day of tho Kiiinnier mooting attracted the largest crowd of the seanon Tho bettiny wan lively but a utorui interfered with tho liy The Cholera Scourge AhHiniutdil 1ronH to the Horuld jOxnoN Inly Deiithn from cholera HiUurdiiy I1 at Cairo i incliulinul three iril mh 17 at Xiftoh 17 nt Btirrnfe 84 lit Mehnlln Si nt Shibin Hi nt Tnntah f nt U at Mitgmnr ll it ft tola of llii at various pttiuon iutho Proviucos of Galionbioh Ourbioh and Moiinnbich anil un aggrognto of i at olovou other widely scattered Informer Ity AHHoeniteil 1retH to the llonild TOKONTO July dooms to bo no doubt tlmt tho porHon who arrived in Mon treal under tho name of ONeill ist Ciiroy tho IriMh informer Summary of Jriii ol added if in Inn 0 purwe 1 Algnth 2 Zoo Ii 3 5 7 1 8 dr ro I Strange Kd trin Thin race wan unfinished Summary of pneiiiR purse ijifOO added if in 2 EOilioJ 2 Billy H 1 Juliet 5 Lone Jack 3 Woatinont I 21 1 2 68 1 ro 3 ro Time Tho special nice for XX between St Julian Trinket Edwiu Thoruo and Fanny Withorapooii was declared oil on account of tho hoavy track Anthracite and Bituminous COAL Wood Lime Cemsnt Calcined Plaster Marble Dust Fire Brick Clay Pressed and Common Brick Lath Hills Sewer Pipe Plastering Hair Tile for Oven Use Land Plaster Bone Super Phosphates Lawn Fertilizers B f dwards Bro 86 Perry St on B P W Ry artin St on D A V P Ry aprltf NOT ICE OnSKiiAi Oh KICK UMTKU Ilii LINKS On CITY PH July 7th 18H3 Tho patrons of the UnitcU Pino uro hmvhynntitifd thnt nil cnnlit bnlniuvn on tho bookH of the Dnituil Pipe Lines nt the bOKin niiiK of business July ii and nil oiitstiiiul ing ncuoplnticcs issued prior to that dnte are Hiiliject to an nHHCMHiiunt of littiiuhuiulrodths 15100 of onu per cent or one and onehalf bnrrels un n thousand in lipungipiiid oil on account of IOHH by lire on the night of July 5 1883 of lank United lUgtHtur No 110 located near Oil City VonanKo county 1n mul tnnk No 1122 loented nt Tioua Wanon iMiunlj Pa W51 T aUHEIDTi General Minmgcr CHAS HYDE President W C HYDE Vice Q C HYDE Cashier DIRECTORS GHAULES HYDE TITOS KLDGWAY M J BBKllE J ANQIEH F W AMES 0 KEES1C AMES KEESE M nRNDKUSON wjr o HYDE T WITITB110P E J3 OllANDIN 11 POllTEll W J3 UOHEJITS K T HOJIKKTS AN1 MLANUPACTURKKS OF STAiIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS IrllJlnsr ToolH lllflf Oil AVoll HUIIHCH tStllln and Tanlc Unrrt ICoILiiont aiifl Xlno JVHinulixofctirorn of W B ROBERTS SON BANKERS JJn nnd sell FOREIGN ND DOMESTIC SelfAdjusting Patent Gate Valve AND DIRECTACTING STEAM PUMPS BEECHER COPELAND Warren Pennsylvania for Warrou Oonnty Government Securities Collections on all Points in the Oil Regions Anil throiiKhout the United States Aaddo a Ofinoral Banking Business EDWIN FULLER Cashier uprMtf THE ROBERTS National Bank Oi W B ROBERTS Pmident E T PAID UP CAPITAL Tube THADK Works COMPANY of the l known and rcliublo Boston Tubing Casing Drive Pipe Gas Pipe Steam and Water Pipe Boiler Tubes Etc Works at Boston Mass and McKeesport Pa Gtoneral Agent for the Oil Regions R E
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