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Warren Ledger (Newspaper) - February 9, 1883, Warren, Pennsylvania WARREN LEDGER THIRTY-FOURTH JOHN ROOT'S FEBRUARY 9, 1883. NUMBER TWENTY T 1YK. I will pay one hundred dollars to any person who will make proof that John Bitters fail to improve tue condition of such persons if from the effects of either of the ing viz Fever and Dumb Liver or Sidney Loss of Silious Re- mittent or Intermittent When taken according to directions each bottle ot the I do not claim that these bitters possess any superior human virtue but what I do claim is that when relief can be bad in the or in any which arises from an impure of the blood or deranged condition the liver or the use of these bitten will in- sure such and it is upon this Irank and fair condition that I offer this reward In candor and good ANCIS 292 Seneca 1. For sale by H. J. DREYER Builds to order and keeps on hand all kinds of and Open and Top Platform and ALSO Repairing Trimming and Painting NEATLY AND H. J. HICKORY PA. ATTENTION Opposition is the Life of Trade B. Manufacturer of JL Keeps on a full assortment of CHOICE CIGARS At prices according to the wholesale and y WAREEN SAVING is the only chartered Savings Bank in Warren county or Interest Allowed on Deposits made by Married Women or A general banking business Foreign B A. J. L. V. E. G. O. H. B. M B A. D. A. J. KENTUCKY LIQUOR STORE Notice is hereby given to all persons that PURE LIQUORS Of all kinds and descriptions can tic found E. F. VALENTINE'S Kentucky Store on Hickory opposite tUe Carver Give me a call and tue worth of your and more too E. T. F. Pa. NOT tf Ornamental DECORATIVE PAPER ETC 3 W. C. Hickory Opposite School Pt. TJ CABINET GIBSON'S KENTUCKY SOUR MASH and all tne leading brands of RYE WHISKIES Ami 1 tlie finest brands of brandy shpi Rhine anJ champagne ily trade tot medical purposes at 3VE 3VC 33 A. PA. Letters testamentary on the estate of Cyril late ot of Spring Ten Pa having been tins day notice is Siren to persona indebted to said estate to immediate and those having demands same will pre- sent them to the undersigned properly for MX Bast Bianch Jan. 26, WHY NOT PAINT YOUR can nse per to any in why uny All white FROM THE AL D. 0., Feb. 1888. Regular Correspondence of the A daily diet of tariff is what are treated to in congress Meanwhile the tariff lobby has grown in proportions until it exceeds any here since the flush old subsidy and credit mobilier The whiskey the railroad the navy and other lobbies that have been offensively active since the meeting of con- are thrown into the shade by this powerful and rich The cry is along the corridors from the senate to the house of representatives that the of the needs the paternal care of though as con- gressman Butterworth said on the floor of the house concerning some of these industries for which a whole people must be their entire products could be peddled through the country by twenty Russian It is possible that the result of the whole matter will be a con- by a committee of conference con- sisting of two republicans and one crat on the part of the senate and two re- publicans and one democrat on the Four men will finally determine the details of the if any measure there is to The which the ways and means under the lead of that arch- Judge wish to force through the house is a measure to reduce O the but not to relieve the burdens of the This is the essence of the whole That class of protectionists who care nothing for the burdens laid upon the people at so that a few specially favored industries continue to be make u great show of reducing imports which are not appreciably while they hold on to others which press with iron as the lobbyists now call disseminate with great vigor the idea that a tariff will be for belief in this by those who are concerned is money in their It is whether the lobby is of much as in consequence of the bright light which is thrown on individual and the medium of the senators and members have become quite tired of any suggestions or representations emanating from that But the lobby will not admit its and claims as much power and influence as A member of the lobby approached the other day a gentleman largely interested in ing proffered his services and professed to be in a combination which ninety The gentleman was somewhat unversed in the ways of but lie was not green enough to swallow such a and declined with Though a has been reported favorably by the house naval committee to place the notorious colored congressman Smalls on the retired list of the navy with the rank of I do not think the will When the war broke was a slave and in 1862, while acting as pilot of the steamer in Charleston be- longing to the ran the steamer outside and delivered her to the blockading For this service Small was com- missioned a pilot in the United States vice and continued as such until afier the the During the palmy clays of in South Carolina he received various places under the not only of honor but of He served also as a member both of the forty-fourth and fifth and the republican ity of the present house turned out the democratic who had and put Smalls in his Several years since Smalls was on the point of ting a through congress to pay him a large sum for the value of the steamer he took from the when it was discovered that he had already been paid for it by the navy or treasury Smalls is a pretty smart but some of the elements as a rascal as During the recent visit of the general of Canada he paid his respects to both houses of in company with a party of friends and was very cordially It was noticed that when the o one-legged senators from South Wade llampton and Butler were to that he retained their hands longer and tighter than any of the probably as token of esteem for the kindness shown himself and wife while at The reception in the senate was entirely informal and business was not the advent of the party spent probably half an hour on the A laughable occurred during their caused by the sudden lighting of the hall and the simultaneous dropping of a cane by sonic careless spectator in the over the head of the marquis The latter was in company with Senator when suddenly there was a loud clicking caused by the electric light ratus in the roof of the while the spectator referred to in his anxiety to catch a glimpse of the let his cane slip out of his hand creating a terrible clatter as it rebounded from step to The marquis looked forlorn as did his probably anticipating a bomb as the next offering in their honor from a fenian or a A ripple of laughter followed from the leries at the oddity of the and during this the visitors MEN OF TIIE GOSSIP i GREAT AT 1'ITTS- disastrous Hood the Allegheny which has damage I Weather on ice. The roads and streets aie so slippery immense to promise that one cannot walk far without sitting j to be followed by a rush ol from down to the bead waters of the The Brimstone factory at closed j until further j tuj this vicinity is estimated The Mi. and Mrs. Barmour j It is impossible us yet to lave returned to their native I late the loss above will The Bohemian and the i not less than All day SENATOR-ELECT WEST Senator-elect John E. Kenna is five years of He is a native of born at which is now in West on the tenth of 1848. His boyhood was spent on a ing the war he fought in the confederate and at its close became a student at St. Vincent's lie terwards read law and was admitted to the bar in 1870. His first office was that of prosecuting attorney for Kanawha to which he was elected in 1872. He continued in this position until 1877. In 1875 he was chosen by members of the bar to hold the circuit courts of Lincoln and He was recently elected to the house of representatives at Washington for the fourth Senator-elect Kenna has acquitted himself well in every position to which his have called and is a man of whom it seems safe to an- extensive He is a man of good judgment and with the capacity for LOSS OF LIFE AT COOPER STATION Last at about at Cooper on the Cooper in Forest a barrel tank causing the oil to flow down the and into the boarding tent of Mr. C. H. Here the oil caught fire from the cook causing a in which Mrs. Davis was burned Seeing the great she ran and picked up her little and threw him over a log away from the He was picked up after- not considered dangerously but he died on Mrs. Davis ing to get was burned to a ly portions of the body being There were several men in the tent at the but all each looking out for and all escaped Mrs. Davis wa aged 52 and was buried in Sheffield Thursday of this together with her The Davis formerly lived at and had been at Cooper Station only about four The loss of oi was considerable but not to be mentioned in connection with the loss of The bursting of the tank w as caused by the pressure of gab rising from the SUGAR GROVE List of pupils whose attendance the pas school month is over ninety-five per cent The names of those not once tardy arc marked with a GRAMMAR Clayton A. U. G. B Babcock Frank Mertie Alice Cairie Blanch Laing Rose A. G. INTERMEDIATE Carl Lynn Haning Lizzie Burt Chitie Steward Abbott Charlie Barrett John Ted Jen me Lotta Hamilton Fiank C. INTERMEDIATE Dwight Mattk Lona Aggie John Kai Eva Gieen Miller Mai j Kice ARTHUR Albert Albeit Maude Gour Lelia John Lettie May Fied Lavern Messen Fiank George boot Willie James George Otto John John Walter Bar COMSTOC Three women are making more money this season on the American stage than any ten It is impossible to get at the precise as the pay of performers is so but it is asserted tha Patti receive a As she is to sing thirty times during her tour the she will therefore receive 000. will get about fo fifty Mrs. Langtry is said to re one-third of the gross anc get about joys who made the gallant charge up Johnson's in his behalf have all re- covered from that and the event to them is now only a green spot in memory's Every brook and streamlet on the tare Saturday and To accommodate swollen tide the residents all turned heir cellars into water No very damage done in this vicinity by the The irrepressible ground hog failed to fill lis It is reported that John Thompson a resident of ates entering the John's father was a Scotch divine of some and il though the ministerial crop is unusually arge it is expected there is a large spare room up stairs waiting for A. E. Aylesworth has pui chased the shingle mill of G. W. daguerrean car is launched here and doing a thriving If you want to see yourselves as others see you take a sitting in front of Wentworth's Three thousand logs laying in mill yard ready to be and still they J. M. Ellsworth is selling fruit trees for firm of W. and T. Smith is meeting with large sales for spring In a few years Pine will rank No. 1, in its fine J. planted apple trees last all doing We are told he in- setting out as many Mr. F. enlarges his orchard 750 and nearly all the farmers are turning their at- tention to the planting of A young man on Cable street swapped dinner as he supposed a just ready to start from to as he had only a pail of prepared for his famished he felt highly over the and went to his work with a cheerful with visions of mince pie and boned turkey flitting through Business was lively on that morn and there being a lively company in the shop the lucky man thought it a favorable time to advertise his good fortune and pass the joke So after explaining the details of the saction with evident relish with a general laugh all around at the girl's he brought forth his prize and opened and it was loaded with a prince quality of soft Mr. Levi of Fox has chased the Lew property con- sideration Jimmy has bought a new close communion A sad accident ed at long banks of the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers have been lined with crowds of ple watching the debus of the wreck anil destruction Oil bull tramways of boat rafts and thousands ot feet of lumber were borne down stream with remarkable Now and again small buildings might be seen tossing about in the ice and being ground to pieces by it. A story just escaping the numerous floated gracefully down the rushing course and bobbed under the union bridge went ing down toward the A large iron oil tank came down soon after and ed down the Nearly all of landing is covered with the lower end being under eight Here and there might be seen a high point of a ber pile on vvhich two or three men aro standing disconsolately looking at watery around All the ings on the island are inundated and the occupants compelled to seek the which most of them did last old Peter and to leave and are the against the en- Hooker's varnish ry on the upper end of the island was swept away by the The large works of the Pennsylvania Tube company arc on this island and all the machinery is under Some or thirty families live on the or some 200 people in The large bridge between the main land and the island was swept cutting off all communication from the Nearly all the mills along the Monongahela and Allegheny among them the Keystone Bridge Union Solar Iron Oliver and Phillip's American iron works and Rea are the overflow moving the floors of nearly all of these Reports from Oil Parker and other points where the greatest damage has been done are to the effect that the flood is The flow from the and Head rivers is not expected to reach this city till late FOOD MAKES THE Speaking says the about by of the body ot man is constituted by the food he con- and the remaining fourth by solid material he It is fore no figure of speech to say that food makes the We might even put the case in a stronger light and that man is his It is strictly and literally that man who drinks beer thinks We make this concession to the and will that good sound beer is by no means a bad thought whatever may be the intellectual value of the commodity commonly sold and consumed under that It cannot obviously be a matter ot indifference what a man eats or He in choosing Jus animal and moral character when be selects his It is impossible for him to change his inherited simply because modifications of development occupy than an vidual but he can help to make the particular stock to which he belongs more or less beery or fleshy or and so by the way he We know the effect the feeding of animals has on then temper and very how the dog fed on raw meat and chained up so that he Three boys were standing on the foot bridge near the blacksmith shop and j cannot work off the superfluous watching the water as it came tumbling material by exercise becomes a savage down when the railing gave way and while the same creature fed on bread threw them all into the swelling and milk would bc tame a Two were rescued but the third a son ot Mr. the butcher was The has been on a terrible 15 1-2 inches higher than the great flood in and 19 1-4 lower than the sweeping flood of On day morning the usual greeting much water is there in your cellar Most every one lost more or less in the notably the hotel was crushed in on the says that when the total abstinence women not culled on Garfield and him to ex- same law of results is applicable to and every living organism is propagated its with a physical and mental This is the underlying principle of Happily tlie truth is be- though slowly and imperfectly to find a recognition it has long been FRAGRANT FOR FOR WASHING i Feb. difference i between Presidents Arthur and is i illustrated by Mary who west the pony good-by Mr. hoi went down and up along side of the hotel Tho wooden bents were taken from un- der the span of Hie straw bridge making it unsafe to il will be repaired in a day or Xo rious accidents or loss of But oui neighbors in Pittsfield and more serious being ly submerged beneath the rolling billows and crushing Our beautiful M. E. all finished in style and furnished to was duly dedicated by Prof. last all contributing according to their and no questions asked whether it was beer or bread All honor to the Rev. for the he alone being the man who was able to put forth his hand and say to the raging be while I build this temple to the Lord and it was so. But no sooner had the work been done than it belched forth its thunders in an angry Salt and small oysters shrivel in the fresh ones wine from the White his manner was cold and on the received them in his est and you know that I do not to be a temperance man in sense that you understand it 1 drink wine and give ii to my friends honor mi- ni tlie of so many good and earn est women devoted to the of Then he spoke to cadi lady with a and sent them aw feeling however it be witn the temperance February 3 Original Jubilee of were arrested here this evening for singing in violation of the law of 1786'. which hibits theatrical on the under a penalty of not loss than Each person in the audience is liable to a fine of four is about to spend in finding out about bhc suspects that contains some of tnc richest ores on and a geologist is to make a ough Her soil is peculiarly and has commonly been regarded as a decomposition of limestone and stone but a scientific analysis will now for the first time the
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