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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - August 31, 1883, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                A IE IR I3ST Oir XIX NO 67 TITU8VILLE PA FRIDAY AUGUST 31 1883 WHOLE NO 6274 TAKE A DOSE OF GIIMORES GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC When vonr ffood Achen f yrm arc Uilions When voii are Cirintiputcd If vonr Skm is SnlliW When liiivn tlio Ilues If you Imve no Kn rgy When you Jwvo Jiad Urolith lr yon an Drowsy When vim ftol If your Hide you When vour food dons not Iropcrlv tf your Iloo i Needs Pur fying Whon tho MyMium N eds ntroiigtiicniiiK If vdur Stun inch lined urn ngcd your Htart SVhen vuiir Iivrr is Torpid If yuur Appetite Junr When you are unt of Hurt If liciuirt nro around When von arn Hick If y a Liver Mcdieino run vs IT IS GOOD FOR THE BLOOD Thin Aromatic Wine IN n certain remedy for Chronic Diarrhoea Cholera Morons and all Bowel Complaints Jt Is perfect Htifiiiglhonrr and stiro reviver 1rico only i1 per bottle GilmoroH ftpccillc for 1ilcs will afford liume dtiitu reliuf mid is a pusitivn illrt for 1M H vithtir liliiid lileuiling Itcliing Falling or Ul coriitcd A few ilfwes of lilmorot Muuiiotic Hlixir taken aiTirdmg to ilircetiuiis will Inoak up u colU in itt vuiv worst lloawinitHs JirocliiliH 1roiip Spasinodic Jo ugh Aliniiters Sum Thnmt anil ah ilisoaitei of llin air passaKi reiuhly yiild to tho innUivu pnipor tttM of this compoiiiiil I1 or niilu by tints iv in C I E N T A L I1 A K L 0 K S FIKTCUKIl JtLOCK TlTtJSVnIK 1A hours 8 ti in to 0 p m jy7lv J A TODU 17 HIIUNG STUKKT GUADUATK PKNNSYLVAMA OlfKdK OF HUJidlsKY Jy71y j A IIATII DKNTIST 8 nfAMOM NT UvtrThoinpsonH PrugStori Jy7lv IA n iKO W IIAKK m OKKHiR AM UKSIDKNCK No IS STUKKT jy71y TITUSVirLK IA O W IIIVSKIAN ANDsuKdKoN OIVico and Kenidoiicn Kant Main Slrcdl jy7ly TlTUSVMtK IA K in i Win H K COU WAfNUT AND WASHINGTON HTKKKTH Jy71y TITUSVIIIK IA IHVSICJIAN AND HIIUdKON Ollire and HosidiMUu 1C Mast Iino Stnft jy71y TITUSVIIM IA oils i iiv A IMYHICIANS AND SUUdKONS 55 WASHING TON HT jy7ly TITuSVftLK IA Ml WW IHYSKJIAN ANJ SLJIiGKON 15 WASHINGTON ST jy71y TtTUSVlUI FA J W II K O K K K IN 1 E T U O L E U M Oil lioiiKht Sold and Carried on Margins OlTKJKKOOM NO o Jluiso t Stewart Jilock Tituivillo 1a fol15dtf Tl7 1 4 1 1 A Ml II K K K A I i JUtOKEU IN IKTKGfKUM NO I OIL EXCHANGE TTTUHVILLE 1A JJeprcsonted In Oil Mty by N H HUOWN j in V HKOKKlt IN IETKOLHUM TfTUSVIFLK PA OF1TCK NO I HKUSHIIKUG UUOOK Direct wiro fnnn ofllw In Oil Uily Oil Kxehango mtOKEK IN nJTHOIiKUM NO J OIL EXCHANGE T1TUHVILLK PA Itapromntoil In Oil City by W II Privulo wirn Titiisvnlo and Oil lity 11 OIILBN Il AND COMMISSION MEBOHANT IN JUUDRANJJ KKFINKI 1KTIIOIKUM nimle on JonslgnmontH irelifht to nil Hottlxxvril IoiutK and Turmuial at Kutos Unitixl Jipo fiiiu Uoititiciiktos lxUKit ami xold WM por Thous and llnrrelri CoiiHigimiunts and Orders Solio led H C CMIIKN 18 Uroadwivy Now York Is swiiopmg by null ilaro before you iliu HUIIUW thing mighty and sublime luavu beliliid to ouliiiiler timo W a wcnK in your town ontllt froo No risk Kvurj thing frou Uapl not romnrcxl Wo will furnish you uvery Mi makiiiK furtiinwH KadieH IM ninch as men and niako H y at o W lllu UllVi Hi HAlitfcri A 00 1irt THE HORRIBLE WORK OE THE EARTHQUAKE The Dead Numbered by the Thousands and n Countrys Form Entirely Changed Crimes Casual ties and General News The President liv Asdoriiitud 1rcss ti tlio Htirald LONDON August ill diipafoh from Halnvia KiiyH Tho condition of strait Huniln is dangerous I naviKiition Now islands havn arison thoroand tho coast line in altered Tho fcovorinnent in preparing to obtain uow soundings of the HlraiJ Sixtoon vnlwiuooN have appeared botwoon tho silo whore island of Krakatoa formerly stood and Sibisio island A portion of Mankm IH an aihy deK sort Tbo cuttle aro starvim and tho popula tion is ill dispair The Soonjilian voloann has split in tivo portions Sovon hiuulrod and four bodies of vielims of the disaster wpro buriod in Iho dinlriot of Lanani and three hnndrpil in tho coast village of Kriimnt HAN iiiASOtsco August earth waves nommoneod on tho Hun Ulito tide gatino at ono ofloek on the morning of August 27th Thoy had incroused in lioignth and woro sill oxbibitod yostorday Tho hi ight of tho wavus was ono foot and tho timo about forty minutes botwoon orests Tho remarkable dimiirbanees noted abovo woro probably caused by tho wuno carth iiuako and tidal wave that destroyed Anjer mid other towns in Java ou tho UTth of Au gust A Double Trngedy By Artsnolatod Iless to tho IhiriUd Eunv III August Honsalional tragedy wan euactud horo nt ocloek Him morning at tho Nolting House Edward lA Joslyn a widower and son of Col 13 S JoRlyn a of good standing shot and killed Ella Uurkitigham a young woman of pleasing address Joslyn hiul boon paying attention to Minx Buckingham for tho past year tho nature of which created HOIIIO eom inont and ho has latterly displayed ovi ihiiKet of tiorco joiilousy Ho attnmpted to enter hor room thin morning and lining do nitid ailmission forced his way into her apartments There was a KCiilHo two ro vulvir sholK and llin young woman foil dead Joslyti immediately eomiuiHcd sui indo with tho sumo weapon Joslyn was a nephew of Judgu Joslyn Assiataul Socrntary of State THE PRESIDENTS PARTY FRANK JAMES DEFENSE I 1 I Base Ball I5y AHsneiatoil PIVHS to tint Herakl At Athletic L 1012 0 At Oinduimti I 0 I 0 I 1 1 JiultmioiiI 0 D I C At ProvidenceI 1 Philmlelphmu i o o D IJIcvulitiiilII II II I i II 1 II Al Ditioit llutUto H I I I L 1 H I DetroitT1 0 II I H II I At i L 0 0 I 1 4 I Colllmliiw At Now StLouiH New York lusio Accidentally Killed ly AxstifiiUiMl IrctH to tliu llrrukl liASfioK MIL August spooifil to lliii tuul luiiriiT naysProf Sliiart of Nurthiiiiiptiin MIVMH luxiiiteiitully shot liiiiiKelf ut Oliiiuiliorliin Luko on Wed ncmluy llo WHH illllillK U into llin cuiioti wlitiii it loud of buck sliot into his htiiul killing him iiisluutlv Mo WIIH in uunipiuiy of Kuv Nmvmim Smyth unit U W liirnliimi of Now lliivon Uoiui Tim rmimiiis will miuli KIIIUO HUH tifloniooii mid io to HiiMKor oniorrnw morning Some Life in the orpue liy Aiwiiciiilril IIVHM to thn Hoiftlil WiritAMMioiiT In rronnliitck Suite Convention WJIM called lo order by T I1 Kviulnr Jliairmaii ol llio Stutc Jbuuiiitlii Thn Uoiiimillun on iiinl Iliitfonn hnvn boon mill thd convention boon udilrossod by Thou P AniiHlronj of 1ittnbtirKb Tho uUentl HiKiu M only Mioilunito Folfjcrs Tour y AMitniMiitiifl 1nsHH to tho Hurulil CiKVKtAXn Aiigunt of tho Trmwnrv lucompaniod by ronoriil HiiporintoiiilciU Kiiulmll and District Supor intoimiiL Dobbins of thn Mfo Saving Sm1 vioo iirrivwl 10duV on tho rovomiu ciutor Johnwii from u urn wo of Iho upper fciucrotiiry Folder drovn to OiirllulilH tomb itud Kots thin aftornoon to vimt n brother at Avon Ohio Ho IOIIVOH tomorrow luoru for bin homo in ionova N Y Ho ox jiuclH to rotuni to Wellington next wotk Saratoga Races IJy AHHocimoil Irww to tho llorald SAIIATOOA AiiRiwl raco thror quartor milo ou by Jtraid Carson Hecoiul Monarch third Timo Sooond raeo Uiuloolinden liandioap all IICOH throe niilix joiiorat Alonroo won in gallop Noltlo Hocond Timo Thetio two only RtnrterH Third ratio milo and furlong won by Popo Loo Hurry Hljnoro Hocond Vora third Timo lnVijf An ExChicf Juitice Dead llv AHHocintnd IrOHH to tho Horald WAHHINOTON Auqnst Inn tico GeorgeA Mooro of ToxaH diod in thin city this moniiiig of oerobral apoplexy ncocl il J to wiw unusually ohoorful yoHtor Uiiy and Hlopt well hint night but wan wlrikeu with jiaralyslw of tho loft Hido boforo nriMinff HUH moruing ITin roiuainn havobccn ombalmod and will bo lakon to Aiwtin Toxaw for burial A Terrible Mistake liy AHHOclatod ProHH to tho Ilornld NBW HAVRX Augiwi 11 Bun noil iropriotor of HininolPn MiiHOtim Now York was arrowtod on tho complaint of Mrw McGoo for iudooout oxponuro of hm portion on board tho train from Now York Jlmmoll wan eomplotoly broken down on account of ttto charge Ho ho wan a rcHpoctublo man and a Knight Temp lar and tho charge agmuut him WUH a torri blo mwtnko The IrJth Troubles Uv AflMocintod ProKH to the JlornUt LONPOX Augimt Exchange Tolo graph Oompany announcoH nlarmitig telo gramH in roforonoo to tho revival of tbo Iritth ooiispimoy woro roooivod hero from America Tho police fear thn arrival horo of ODouuoll tho Hlayor of JIUHOB Oaroy Tho CHUHO of tho trouble in that a number of IriwhAiuoricauH havo arrived recently from DelaultioK Caihier Captured AHHOclntod IFOHH lo tho Horuid OiKTMAHn AugOHt F Fullor tho runaway oanbior of tho Socoud National Hank of Ohio and H L St John hiH aHsiHtant woro arroHted horo UMluy on a ohargo of Htoaling of Iho baukH money Tho ilofuleiuion diHtiov orod laitt Deoembor atul they flod to Canada On rotnrning they woro found uutl oapturml The National League By Associated Press to tho lloralil JJUIIUN in a speech ata mootiug of tho irinh National League yostorday ho eouhl rojiort most 011 coiiragingly of tho progress of tho National Prague movomout in Amorica Ho bo hud boun informed that ho might aftor a timo look for pecuniary assistance from that country which would at least eijual the Kiims of moiify riuseivod in timos of urgency Ho hud ovcry hope that the migration schcmo would prove suecisslul TliiH would inililii thn poopli to koop Ihoir promiKO that they would novii1 again appoal to America foraid against faiiiino A Genera Inviraiion liy Amociatod Press to tho Herald ThomaK II Tavlor at tlui of tho coiumis sionorw of Iho Tavlor monument has taken in hand Iho sending out of printed invita tions for tho occasion of Iho unveiling So oxtensivo is tho Taylor family in ith various bnuiultoM that General Iuylor luuls it impossible to locate all of thorn and as the attendance of all tho relations of tho dn coanod horo of tho Mexican war 110 matter liow romotu tho relationship may bo is do Hind this oxplaniilion is miulo so that thoHO who do not receive a formal invitation may not fool slighted The Witci of Wall Street liy AMHooiiited Press to Iho lluralc MIIWAUKKH Aiigntit Court land of Chicago has brought suit in llio County Court lo compel her lato husband Davis to pay alimony alleged to have boon awanlud to her Home timo since but never paid Mrs CornHand camo into notoriety lately by cowhidiig a yoiitig man named Jones ou Iho publin Htrnot Airs Courtland has boon of tho theatrical professiou and jias at times dabbled in Now York mocks being known in that city as tho Witch of Wall Stroot THE NEWS Tho indications for tho lower lako region today are Fair followed by partly cloudy weather and local rains winds mostly coulh crly falling baromolor and stationary or rising temperature Tho Itopublican Slato Convention of Now Jersey was called yontodray to moot on Sop tembor 18th A Guayaquil special says A strong nhock of earthquake has boon felt horo lasting about IHtoou HOCnds Senator Auothy Buffered a brief attack of illness ou Wednonday night attended by vertigo but seemed fully recovered yester day None of tho French ministers havo tluifl fur accepted tho invitation to bo present nt rtho unveiling of tho statue of La Fayetto nt Ln Pny on September Gib Hon John Nicomoiuborof Assembly from Erie county N Y aud a prouiiuoutHopub hcau politician died suddenly of heart dia oano yostorday at HnfTalo A Now York dispatch Edward C Mackou broker has boon arroMcd for steal ing railroad bonds worth from tho onioo of Win E Town a lawyer Tho steamer Amoriquo will sail for Now York ou Saturday with tho cargo aud songors of tbo steamer St Germain which was damaged in the collision with tbe Htonmor Woodburu Tho Rov Ilowoll Gardiner tbo miuiHtor who was so badly acaldod iu tho Eivordalo explosion diod yesterday afternoon iii tbo hospital Ho was OOUKCIOUH to tho aud wan mirroundod by his family Tho naval court martial to try seventeen iinvol cadets charged with hazing fourth classmen mot yostorday and adjourned tbo papers not boiug ready to proceed Tho court moots today on tho Hblp Santeo when testimony begins A Now OrloauK grand jury in ft report suggests as a sanitary measure that a crema tory bo established uuclor tho direction of All in Excellent Health and Having a Grand Time By Associated Press to the Iloralcl CAMP ALLISON YELLOWSTONE CANTON VIA LmNOHTONK Mont August Yollowslono Lako nt this morning tho Presidents party Rojonrned eighteen iiiilw over ft splendid trail to thin point Tbo road was equal to any turnpike in tho States aud on tho way tbo party halted at tho won derful mud geysers One of thorn is known aK tho Editors Hate aud one as tho Devils Cauldron As tbo party looked into tho first and lintoncd lo llin rush and roar of the soothing water and mud that eternally loilH but UtidH uo outlet it was generally remarked that it was properly named Tho canon of tho Yellowstone on which we urn now camped surpasses a description in grandeur Two falls between which we havo pitched our camp aro equal in sublimity and beauty to any upon tLio coutiiuml leaping and rushing bntwoon a precipice of roil and yellow rock Tho Yellowstone river sooms to tear UH way through solid mountains leaving in its path way forms of uncouth and awful majesty soon uo whore else Miuglud with tueso scenes of nature we find horo also tho inevitable tourist male and female each of whom is anxious to see not only tho canyon but the President aud il is wickodly suggested by some that tho oyos of thoso lovers of nature arc directed more frequently to Iho latter than tho for mer We will probably remain bnro to morrow and expoct to roach thn railroad by September 1st So far the trip bw boon one of unalloyed pleasure aud all aro in tho best of health Into the Ditch Associated Press to tho Horald AxrAMTio CITY N J August express train on the Philadelphia A Atlantic City liailroad narrow which loft Philadelphia this morning for this placo waw thrown from tho track at Ploasautvillo by a loose switch which swerved aftor tho oiigino had paused Tho baggage car was turned upsido down and four passenger wore completely wrecked No person was killed but about thirty woro injured Among thoso seriously injured woro Dotoctivo lloiighton Conductor Leo E S Lippincott Goorgo DcHuvon 211U North Eleventh stroot and Mrs M A Scott Cuthoriuo slroet Philadelphia It is boliovod that nouo of tho injuries aro fatal Peace Declared By Associated Press to tho Herald PAKIH August treaty of peace between Franco aud Anniam allows Franco to station residents in all the chief towns of Tonquin who aro to bo accompanied by tho uocewsary nuinbor of troops Franco may also cousliuct forts on tho banks of tho Eod rivor Cochin Chinese money IB to IIHVO currency tluoughont Annum and commer cial customs and system of taiatiou aro to bo regulated by conferences to attoud which tho French ouvoy IH about to leave Hue Tho AimimniloK having reqnoslod that tho French location at Hue bo opened at tho earliest possible lay Cmmperuix has boon appointed to proceed thither and assume charge of affairs HIS COUNSEL WILL TRY PROVE AN ALIBI TO Some Important Testimony In His Be Opinion Gaining Ground That He Will be Cleared Yeaterdays Proceed ings in Brief By Associated Prow tho Iloralcl GALLATIN Mo August Tho line of defense in tho Frank fames trial was agreed upon at tbo consultation of tho attorneys lust night and briefly slated is an alibi id mistaken identity At tho convening of tho court this morning Mr Rush rnado tho opening statement for the dofonso Ho dwelt at longht upon Frank Jaiuos effort to got away from tho baud douiod that Frank bad over left Kentucky and claimed a conspiracy between Dick Lid doll lie Fords and Boltous S T Brosins an attorney of Gallatiuwho was ou tho train at Winston was the first witness examined for tho dofonuo Witness told of tho entry of two uiou into the smok ing car with drawu revolvers Tbolurgor of tho two devoted himself to tbo conductor tho smaller to the passengers Tlioro wan u ory of bauds up Tho larger man shot tho conductor Witness bad bis bauds up aud looked steadily into tho oyon of tbo smaller man who was shooting through tbo Witness did not recognize tlio prisoner BATES GENERAL POWDER Absolutely Pure of men He naicl ho is not cur an ono of tho two tho nuiu John Doixn ft fnrmor tOHtiuod to having boon nt tlio bluckfiruith uhop of JOUHR rottB ou November 20 1881 whou two muu onmo up in u wngon to have something dorio 10 it Whon thoy wont nwny Potts who soomoil very much oxoitod aaid Those iiro two men Cor whom I nhod boforo the WiuHtou robbery Witness hiul H good look nt tho men nud dufoudaut wiw poKi tively not one of thoui JOIIHK PottH visited Indopondiuico when Frank Jiimen WIIH in juil Ou IUH rotirn witnOHK tisked Did yon soo Frank JumoK YoH was tho nuswor for tho first timo in my life Mnriou Duncan n farmer tcntUiod that Polls tho blacksmith had Haul to him that ho recognized tho picture of Joswe James aftor ho WUH killed an that of the man whoso horso ho liad shod G A Chapman also tostillod to tho fiamo offoot with a view to impeach Liddolls ton timony Tho ilefouso offered iu ovidonco tho record of Liddolld conviction for horse Htonnug in Vcruon county Kocosa Xho prosoucc of Dave Toolo an old guerilla uow a wealthy stockman of Texas Allen Palmer of Texas Frank James brotherinlaw and several olhor ranchmen givofi a belief that an attempt will bo made to prove an alibi iu that Slate After direct examination of S T ThOHiiin ou oroHKexainiuatiou witness could not do suribo tho olollnug of either of tho men Ho did not KOO three mou only two WUUOSN admitted bo was badly scared and could not identify oilUor of tho robbers ytt ho could awoar to a man who was not Ihuro To tbe bent of liin knowledge and belief Prank James was not there A rigul examination failed to shako tho witnessstatement Fletcher Horu a Nashville doteclivo tos tifiod ho know tho doloudaut as J B Wooii KOU from tho Riiuimor of 1877 until March 1SSI during a portion of which timo ho lived at what is kuowu as SVhilos Greek SoUlomout Ho wan ougafeod iu farming and hauling logs Hosaw him at least once a week during the whole timo Ho con ducted bimsolf like a gcnllonmu aud was hardworking aud industrious Witness know Dick Liddell aft Smith and JCHHO lamns as J U Howard and boliovcd ho know CJumuiings but defondaul did not as sociate with Ilium OUCIOKS oxaminaLioii he said Jesse Jamas was engaged for a wliilo in buying grain and then horso racing Ho owiuiil llio horso Jim Malouu and ouo or iwo olhors Tho whold parly deported IhumsulvoH properly wliilo living there Iaylors blacksmilh shop was the dofond antH hoadiiuarcors during his visits lo tho city K li Sloan of Nashville an atlornoytns Uticd 10 an acquaintance with Iho defendant iltinf from tlio spring of 1H77 Ho last saw him on March 28 1881 At that time do fondant woro whiskers all over his face Tbo acquaintance was only casual Tho testi mony of tlio witufiBH related mainly to Iho details of Frank JIIIUOK lifo in Nashville Mrs Montgomery who lives a mile aud a half from Winston testified that two men woro at supper at hor house ou tho evening of tho robbery To hor best boliof the do fcudaut wan uot ono of them MissoiHi Mougomory daughter of the last witnosH failed to idoutify tho defendant as ono of tbo mou who ate supper at her mothcis house The Ammerman Proposition Defeated Dy AHHiciiilud JYOHH lo the Honikl HAIIRIHHURO Pa August Sen ate today defeated tho Airmoriuau proposi tion to submit tho question of apportion ment to tou citixeus by a strict party vote tho llupublicaus voting iu tho negative Need the Hangman By Associated Proas to tho ITorald SOIIANTON Pa August conduc tor of an excursion train from Scrauton to Mountain Park today put John Kerrigan aged ninotoou uo ticket off wbile tbo traiu was going at Ibirty miles au hour Ho foil under Iho and was killed luBlamly FINANCIAL Prices of and Bondi in the New York Markets By Assoclauxl Presa to Uio Herald NEW YORK August quoted at por cent closed offered at 2 per cont Prime mercantile paper quoted at l por cout Sterling bills quiet quoted at 4 82 demand 4 SfiJ Clovorumout bouda wore steady liailroad bonds wore quiet SUUo Hocuritios woro dull Tho fltook market during tho forenoon was fovonsLi aud unsettled but looking strouger than during tho same hours yoHtcr day Prices were vigorously hammorod by tho boars at timos This was successful in making a depression below closiug prices of hint uight but it woti apparent there wore good baying orders in the market at limited prices aud every time any particular stock touched these prices there were recoveries in each net result whicti was that nil stocks except Norlheru Pacifies and Wabash were lo por oout higher tuun closing prices last uight Tho Evening Pont iwys The course of tho market loduy or for that matter for the last two or throe days has shown change from the demoralised aud depressed condition which haw prevailed so long it has been shown by tho books of private bankers and iu other ways that there was au increasing volume of purchases of Blocks by iuvflstore who pay for thorn aud take them out of the markets The pound ing of tho boars has been tho most vigorous of that kiud they have ever done aud yet there has been very little impression made upon tho market Tho public seom at lawt lo be coining to tho conclusion that stocks are about an low an thoy aro likely to bo TnmqacliouH shares Foii DyapenMia aud Oomplaiut you tory bO OHIRUIIHI1UU uuuor uiu uirwuuu u KaluMtae ou Qvory botUo of hoofflcorHOf tho Obunty HoBjutaJ for tbo ViUilizor It novor fiilbi to cure pnrpoiio of bit mini tlio bod i OH of HIOHO who die from contagious diseases BlnlohH ViUUizor For Hulo by 0 E Peek druggM Exehaugo Mlook Thin powder novor varies A marvel pnriiy Klrongtli and wholcsniiionftsu eoonuinienl tlinn tho oivlinary kinds ind unn not bo sold in oumiwtition with tlio nmltitndo of low IOHI ihoit weight alum or phusplmio uowdors soiii in cans HOVAI J5AKINQ POWIJKII Co Wall Htroot Now York nnlildAwly ESTABLISHED 1863 FIRE INSURANCE written locaci promptly in tho following Aflnn if Hirt ford Itoyikl of England rttanditni or Enclind Phcuix of Hartford Qnocn of Virni ciN of Jfork London Laucnliiro of EiiRlilnd Inmnwioo CompMiy of North Amer ica Philadelphia Fire In Company Philadelphin Pi Mer uliantH of ProTidonoe Jt I MmmfactiirorH of Bunton solicitixi mon for MI of tbo abovo nuuied ooinpanios on all clunHns of FRED BATES W R WEAVER MEET JR OF Mansion House I EMERY JR CO AT DKATKRS IN Anthracite and Bituminous COAL Wood Lime Cement MARBLE DUST FIRE BRICK CLAY Tressej aoi COHIIDOD Uriel LATH and PLASTERING HAIR HILLS SEWER PIPE Tiles for Oven Use Land Plaster BONE SUPER PHOSPHATES Liiwn Fertilizers Etc Elc B F EDWARDS M 66 Perry St on B N Y P Ry 50 Martin St on D AV P R R aprltf MANUFACTURERS OP Boilers Engines AND MACHINERY 1OU Saw Mills Grist Mills Coal Miues and Engines for all Purposes from 2 to 75Horse Power THE LOWEST PRICES ALSO SECONDHAND MACHINERY At Greatly Reduced Prices ISolfiup Paoliinpr and Slmini FitliiiKH always on lianil flu nnr iiricdH our ontls POIII tlinin with olliciH and you will without dinibt Icavo your ordurn with HH CoiroHpond jiicu HiiliiJitoil on East SpriiiK street fool or iiniko Hlruet TiLimville 1a SEASON oFTsss OPENS WITH Theobalds Celebrated The beer of this will belput on draught atiall the principal hoteli and tatoons in Titusville The lager will be by far superior to any brewed la part yeari tt111 This Hotel offers unusual advantaged to tho TRAVELING PUBLIC HAVING A SAMPLE ROOM AND BAR Attached and ospocial Attention being given to making tho public comfortable POLITE ATTENTION GOOD ROOMS FINE TABLE WARREN P LOVE lOjyly PROPRIETOR Bolirar COMMERCIAL BANK TiTusvraiJCJE Organized under tho general law of tho State of Pennsylvania Drafts on Principal Cities Stocks Bonds and Securities Boujjht and Sold COLLECTIONS MIDI and n Banking Business JOHH1 L McKINNEY Preit E 0 BMERSON VicePrent C HOAG Caihiev DIRECTORS t W B ROBERTS JOHN FEUTIO JESSK SMITH A P BRNNEiT JOSEPH SEEP tt K HOPKINS JOHN J CARTER E O EMERSON JOHN L MoKINNEY mv23tf Second National BANK TITUSVILLE PA Capital Tula BankDlscontluuoil tho practice of Paylnsr lutoraBta ou Deposits In 1877 making Its loauiat a nullorm rate of 6 por cont per HUD am CHA8 HYDE Preiident W C HYDE Vice President O C HYDE DIRECTORS I CHARLES HYDE WM M HENDERSON TITOS HinOWAY WM C HYDE M C UEE13I3 T WlTHEUOr J U ANQIER E B GRANDIN H B PORTER WJJ JiOBEHTS E T ROBERTA W B ROBERTS SON BANKEES In Bu flell FOREIGN m DOMESTIC Government Securities Mako Collections ou all Points in the Oil Regions Ami thronfibont tho Halted States Anddo General Banking Business EDWIN FULLER Cashier THE ROBERTS National Bank Ot Titiurrille W B ROBERTS President lT Cwhier PAID UP CAPITAL InUrwt Fftid on HOLE FOK THE SNOW PUMP Tliln Iho only And can only ho supplied by us to and tho trade fjonorally OF IMITATIONS I FOR THE LEWIS VALVE We coiitiol the sale of this valve which is fast coming Into general UBO HOLE FOR THE DUPLEX INJECTOR Tho boat boiler feeder known THE BLAKE STEAM PUMP The favorite of tho Oil Region THE EMEKY BIG IRONS The drillers favorto L EMERY JR CO IMain Bradford R K BOUGHTON Jr H AMES TITUSVILLE BON WORKS ENGINES AND BOILEKS STATIONARY AND PORTABLE Steam Pumps Blowing Engines FOR WATER OIL OR ACID Stills Storage Tanki and Tank Cars Refiners and Pipe Line Fittingi Drillintf Tools and Supplies for Oil or Artesian Wells Saw Mills and Iron Casti SOLE PROPRIETOR OF TlfE anWdtf BAEGAIIS Entire stock to be closed out by September 1st cojsrsiSTiisra WALL PAPERS PICTURES AND FRAMES ARTISTS MATERIALS WHITE LEAD AND OIL BRUSHES ALL KINDS WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES VARNISHES AND COLOR SASH AND DOORS OOODS fll propose to give you bargains in every department and now is the time to make your improvements and derive the benefit of this great closing out sale J B OLMSTED I ami Street   

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