Bristol Bucks County Gazette in Bristol, Pennsylvania
6 Nov 1873

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6 Nov 1873

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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1873, Bristol, Pennsylvania11bistoi, 4 Ost office. _ and nil Jill Tim of and p. Arrive. A. A. 5.00 and to p. 8.30, a. M., s.30, p. Arrow. A. A. 7.00 p. 1-15, a. H., 3.so, p. Marrare. 10.15, m., and 7.00 i. To away Eliba Mth set tajik and a Kinisky City Flonoi 8.30 a. M., to. Arrives 10.15 if. 10.00, x. M., 6.00, p. A 8.00, p.1ilii.mkvm.ljs, How town and Luck at 10.00, a. A snivel stand and Post Orfi Colios a a. A clocks woo a. Jas so Fli the re Anil Liri Stol Turnpike com Paay have it Dareil a dividend of two dollars Ilia re Paya Lilu on and after the Mil inst. Attrition is directed to the change in the limn of arrival and departure of trains also to inc in Lac time of opening and closing the mails. .1. It a. Have purchased of Peirce Brothers Inu Ulrch and Tufty foot of ground 01. Lafayette it oct Between Wood and Pond at per foot. As an evidence of the growing popularity of tin1. We slut hint Natl Dougli we diluted last week a Large number of extra topics the Supply was totally exhausted on monday and orders for Cytia copies after that Hail to re main unfilled. Of sunday evening last a lighted lamp wits Oil a table Ullic residence of Cape. Ala Iii e is. Lau Ince on cellar Street below Mulberry bicking it to pieces. Fortunately n tilling uie. Light was week Constable tet tit Caiati died and impounded iwo com belonging to or. Groom and Michiael Ontrey because Ulicy were found upon tic Tow path of tic canal the Fence been torn flown by the Les attached to one of the canal boats they liar aug been fastened lick to mud except upon Flie i Merit of for each cow. This is a Case of Manifest injustice to the owners of the cows Olio paid a Veckly sum of Money to have their cows in an enclosed pasture and did them to run at Large upon the streets of the Borough and according to Hie not according to the Jelter of the Borough ordinance in relation to cattle running at Large these cows were not liable to Sci tue and and the Boron Gli Council would do an act in in Grid to so killing. Lie brought Foith some new of teaching which 1 think teachers should put into practice lie recommended the use of blackboards and that Young people should he taught to print their spelling on this would be Ai excellent Mode of keeping order. Lie abhorred the kind of spelling used by Mark Twain and others and thought that words should not he misspent to show pupils their errors. Or. Northrop hav ing finished or. Wise arose to .111110111100 that their would be a Short Lewess for Tho purpose of Thune ins parents having taken the name of Tobii Fonenot owner. Was born and vets Long supposed to be idiotic and although lie Early Learned to repeal words anal even whole conversations he did not learn to use Forte expression of his own v ant any of the Elliou Sands of words he could so correctly use in repeating the come Asalion of others. His first lesson in the use of language for himself was Given by general Bethune in order to prove that lie could be taught. In the published Book for Sale Al Al his Douce is the circumstances Ai c thus Nan aled the Fust Effort to teach him was made one veiling when the family Ocie at supper torn As As usual Al mealtime being when his own i. Upon being in limed thai his Mother As an excuse for not leaching him something had said lie bad not sense enough to learn tiling. Replied. That is a mistake. A horse 01 dog May be taught almost anything provided Jou use precisely the same s to express the same idea. Show him you mean and have patience t i in cat it often enough. Tom has As much sense As a horse 01 a dog and v ill you that he can lie aught Ilot Liege upon arose from the table and approaching ton said to him ton1, Down Tom of course t of elation and after the intermission 1 Rof. A. A. Tirc ninian of Lam Aster introduced. The professor is Hie to Leet Ieon chemistry the subject being shall science be taught in our schools and How it should be taught or. Brei Cuau s lecture was Well Lee Eivid and Many ideas hat were new the members of the Institute were presented. The meeting in the evening As commence by the singing of a Quartetti by the Talent of Doylestown entitled come in Beautiful which was very Well tendered. After he singing or. Eastburn arose and stated that it was hardly Worth while for him to introduce or. Dougherty As the people of the Vicinity were already acquainted with him. 3fr. Dougherty arose and was greeted with deafen showed How Well lie was appreciated. His lecture was Oil evening Reci the first being Mark Anthony s address Over the body of Ciesar and after some explanation of the piece held the Audi ence almost spec by time. The next piece was a called the the Frenchman and the it was surprising to witness the change in the faces of the people compos ing the audience those which rot a minute he fore looked As if they had. Hurled All. Their relations were now trying to dislocate their jaws. Following this was a selection in Rich appeared in the Dublin Magazine in 1sjo, composed by an illiterate irishman representing an Irish wedding under Peculiar circumstances. Luas was expected stood still and i pealed tie words. Repealed he older and sat Liln Down upon the floor. Then said to him get up Tom sat still Ami repeated thu order. Then repeated the order and listed Tom to his feel. Then ordered Tom to Down which he promptly did to get up and he sprang to his feet. From that tune there was matter of new interest about Tom. Pm or Mbodj began to Loach him something. It was soon discovered that he forgot not lung. Present to him any number of objects one after another Tell hint the name of it he would put his Hai upon it smell it. And pronounce its name thei pics enl them in any order you pleased and alter feeling and smelling of each Asil a. Presented he would give in. Appropriate name. It was Aslon isling am in cresting to test and to witness the sex Eleise o Unis Jowe and in consequence Tom speedily Learned to distinguish Many things and Cal them by 1 am informed that cries of pain were a Grea Delight to him. With his amiable peculiarity o beating tin pans dragging a chair Over the floor singing laughing and talking at night Pinc Liin and leading the other children in order to enjoy the music so pro Duad he must have been a pleasant fellow to have in the House. A never been celebrated for his pc Sonal Beauty in fact it would be hard to find a less comely face. The expression of the face is Ahu Osl Iii Otic. His Fust acquaintance with the piano i thus recounted was a Little less than four years of age when a piano was brought to the House. The first note that w As sounded of course Bough him up. Was permitted to indulge his curiosity by running his Liu Geis Over and smelling the keys and was then Tonkon out of tic Pai Lor As Long As any one Ivas playing he was Content cd to stay in the Yard and dance and caper to the music but the moment it ceased having discovered whence i lie sounds proceeded am How they were produced he was anxious Toge to the instrument to con Lihue them. One Nigl the Pai Lor and piano had been left open ii Mother had neglected to fasten Hei door and in escape d without her knowledge. Before Daj the Young ladies awoke and to their astonish Meul heard torn playing one of their pieces lie continued to play until the family arose a the visual time and gathered around him Ness and wont or at his performance 3vliicb though necessarily very imperfect was Marvel Ousby strange for notwithstanding this was i first known digit at a tune he played with both hands and used the Black As Well As the Whit his remarkable Talent naturally attract i great attention in his neighbourhood and i Fame was noised abroad and reached the ears of an astute manager who wit i the consent o general Bethune had him instructed by hear ing competent musicians and he was soon pre pared for a starring tour through the United states which As male in 1805 or 0.6, All o Lloyd Hamilton co., Bankers new York and win. Lloyd co., Bankets Altoona 1 a., suspended last thursday. It is stated that Large numbers of the poor people of Brooklyn n. Y., who Are unable to procure work Are already applying ror Charity. The Bessemer Saloon Steamer which i it is. Expected will passengers film the Oscilla Tion which produces sea sickness is preaching completion in England. At Augusta ga., nearly All the acceptances be tuesday were met by the merchants and Olton planters. About was is coming in freely to Augusta. It is said that Over 300 English mechanics of ate son a. J., seeing no Prospect of work n this country this Winter have bought passage tickets to return to England this week. W. Ii. Fay superintendent of the Boston Young men s Christian association and free says Boston does not lord remunerative employment for one out of fifty fits Idle thousands it is estimated Ilia male and female in ploys have been thrown out of employment 1ms far at Paterson n. J., two Hundred and fifty men employed on the Eastern ills Ision of he Erie Railroad live been discharged and the company has been for sometime engaged in the wages of others. Moorhead co s blast furnaces at Pittsburg suspended operations and it is thought he remainder of such furnaces in Pittsburg the a Hong and Shenango valleys will below suit. There arc eight of these furnaces employing about men. At a meeting of arc Pitois of it. B. Claflin Ai., in new York yest iday the assets of the it were stated at and their Habil ties at the creditors present offered an Extension averaging four and a half months with monthly payments which was accepted by the firm. It is announced that the first National Bank of Washington will pay its creditors from i s present about fifty pet cent. The receiver of the Washington City savings Bank ii fonts its creditors they will ultimately receive seventy five cents on the Dollar but in consequence of the effects of the present panic the time May be far there were Over four Hundred Woik Numi at the Philadelphia Yard discharged of fir May last. The discharges War Cirioni All the mechanical departments but that of caulking. At the present time the number of workmen in lie Yard is about fac Hundred. It is expected that another discharge will be made in two weeks. One Good result of the panic is said by a new York paper to he. Tie perceptible falling off in t he number of Boltl Ca of w Ine that were formerly opened in the course of .1.1 evening at tie club rooms and even the Cricoid of the sole of the cheaper beverages shows Thill Economy and tem Sciance have suddenly unfolded attractions tha1 have hitch it been despised. The Bear by Ewers of new York City held a meeting on saturday to Sec what could be done to retain their custom. It appears that owing to the inferiority of their Beer the retailers have been buying Large quantities fro Iii the Wisl for use in new York cily. The brew ers were informed thai they could retain their the Public debt us lenient for november 1st shows an increase of the estimates for Tho civil appropriations to be submitted to conic is next month exceed those of last year by nearly the increase is caused chiefly by Lac raising of Sal Aries last session. The estimates for the infer Nal Revenue Bureau Are about less Hau last year. The comptroller of the Oti Motiey issued a circular tuesday req lie i Ling the rational buil to for Wail by return mall special reports of their Condil Hmat the close of business on octo Ber 13th and november 1st. The Publ Lealor of these reports will not be required and the statement Wal be used Only to Lieuru the a Gale condition of Lac Banks in Ibe several cities and slates or for a table of their condition it the whole country As May be deemed advis Able. Custom if they would manufacture a bettor article and they agreed to do so bul said it would compel them to Advance their puce irom so to a barrel. The Advance takes elect this week. V to Days Ledger sales thai it is undo stood that col. T. A. Scoll first vice president of the Penn Sylvinia Railroad company has tendered to the Board of directors his resignation of that office. Having grown up Wilh the company and Boin fully conversant Ith All its extended business his knowledge of Lac Railroad geography of the country and his services to the Pennsylvania Road Are too important to be yielded up from cause. It is not supposed that the Board will accept Liis tendered Resig nation. The Price of Pennsylvania Railroad Stock sold steadily Down from 44 5-3 to 41 3-4, lost tuesday at which it closed with sales during the Day of some shares. The cause of the decline was attributed to the uncertainty of the Road dividend in november it is stated that the officers and directors have decided to make a dividend but in what shape they have not yet determined. It May be in Cash i the present Stringency in the Money Market abates or it May be in percent scrip. To pay a dividend of the usual amount re quires the Texas and California construction com Pany composed of a few wealthy gentlemen organized for the purpose of building what is known As Tom Scott s Texas and Pacific rail Road incurred liabilities aggregating the names of Mcmauus Baird and col. Scott Are on allo the four and a half millions and the names of messes. Edgar Thompson and u. Houston Are included with the other three on about of the four and a Liaf millions. Last of their paper became Doe and tie parties yielded to the Force of circumstances and allowed it to go to protest though but one note of belong ing to a failing party at new York sent to this Eity for collect our was actually protested. To avoid the formality of protest and All trouble hereafter or. John Welsh has been authorized by Power of attorney to acknowledge waiver of protest in Al cases of maturing notes Ungro tested. Or. John Edgar Thomson and or. Houston being involved Only to one filth each it is expected will from their Large Fri vat Means protect their portion of liability due so failure. Casualties. The Moosic powder Mills at Hyde Park a. Exploded tuesday killing three men Naulie Marton Hanafly and Abbot. Three men and a boy Are reported to been killed near Pittsburg tuesday by the fall ing of the roof of an abandoned mine. One Man was killed and two others h Ere injured by ii boiler explosion at Rutland to tuesday. One of the injured men is not sex peeled to recover. The House and Irani of win. Stockill in Wil ton x. H., were Buind on sunday and an in Fant perished the flames. The fire a caused by children who were left alone in the House playing with matches. A most horrible ent occurred in East new Ark last monday about a mile from the Lod hotel. An italian by the name of Potocin who travels about the country with a perform ing hear had occasion to go to new York i make arrange Nicols for lodging his Bear Foith Winter. His wife who Aboul Lush inn not feeling Able to walk so Long a distance Sai she would wait for him by Tho Road Side an tend Hie Bear during his absence. Kolocin although believing the Bear harmless took 11 precaution to lie it securely to i water pipe o Lac Meadows Wilh a strap which was Fostine around ils nose. The italian then left his if and started for new York. Returning Abri noon he found the Bear growling fiercely an holding his wife tightly in ils arms. It a with the utmost difficulty that he succeeded i making the animal to Linquish its hold but ii woman s life extinct and probably a been fo.1 some time. The cruel animal a torn an 1 trampled upon the helpless Woma until her whole body was crushed the bom in Many places protruding the skin. All in clothing was Lorn off and the blood thirsty Bea hid its Mouth full of pieces of her dress. B Trocini after lifting the body out of the Bear reach Laulo the hotel after Licup and a a who returned to Hie scene of the tragedy i him despatched the Bear after Iii ing at i limes with a life. Sti auge to say i animal was not United neither was his Muz of when he committed the horrible deed. It supposed that the unfortunate woman had gone near him with food and that he being cold and hungry had caught her in his powerful grasp and crushed her to Dalh. Nothing could be More defenceless than was this poor Crea Ture for was Endie y unarmed and her loudest cries could nol have reached human car. The husband who Lias be ii married Only eight months is wild with grief at the thought of his wife being torn to pieces by a wild beast. The remains were taken charge of by the Coro Ner of that distiic.1. We Call the attention of the Young men of Ristol to the card of Joe s. Hotline with the Pular firm of William Brown co., 830 mar it Street Philadelphia. Joe is a Clever Etleman and has a Host of friends who rally his Causland Are treated to elegant Well nude ills at popular prices. Tim firm of William Rovon co. Is of Long standing und carry a Leavy Stock of foreign and Domestic fabrics. In r. Bod tie they have a right 1st of letters remaining in Bristol Post office wednesday morning nov. S Warren Bacon Joseph Ball Brals Ixl John Broil tax Anna Burgess Joseph Kirton d. Dugan Sybilla Owler John garment William Hammond no lie e. Heite John c. Henry John Helferty a. Cortland Lynn c. P. Macauly a track Masterson Maria Miles. Ann e. Mitch John Mcbride Dennis Carthy Eliza a. Eek William Phillips mrs. E. Roach Kristianna Guymond Sallie Salon Josiah oos Harriet Ward Mary Welsh Charles c. Illiams Ella Worthi Uptou Charles t. Yea ens Louisa Young. Be Seapy. The Winter wind now gives its warning note and hollow hounding moans amidst the the sturdy trav tar but lot tight ills and whistles silly at the nipping Breeze. For what of Aurorf lie How Stormy whups May blow a Hho warm and Cost he Dollos them vol tins is pit Oulu know in s clothing Cam from Al Tnuett t to incr fail. Horci weather defying Antl ends of every Loscri Tiou can be it very w i ices. 518 Market Street half buy be veer fifth and sixth sts., Philadelphia. 141 oks of Unity and the Centennial oel Ebra Tiou. The Centennial executive committee of enu Syliama has selected the undersigned to organise a a sub committee for Bucks comity Kiich is authorised to arrange a plan for col acting her of the Centennial fund is used upon the slate outside of Philadelphia he amount Foi this county is fixed at he plan proposed for its collection is to upper on our quota among the several townships Ici boroughs according to their population it the appointment of i committee in each lie to solicit mibs options to inc Centennial Ock in lilt Sci of ten dollars each. The in or Sigried Luis selected the following gentlemen j act with himself is Mcm Beis of the county commit acc t. Daily ton Doyles Ueo Igo g. Maris Ciuc Kinglui or. Soph Thomas Quakertown William King Ristol in. Smith Newtown Samuel Ija Ubach Durham and Thomas w. Trego Cylc Stowe. The committee will shortly Issue n address to the citizens of the county calling Pou them to Aid in the Pali Otic work about be undertaken and announcing he town hip committees. Preliminary to the Jove Lent for into testing the people of Bucks count 11 the Centennial clergymen of All Denom Iua ions Are be Quested to cull attention to it ii Mieir thanksgiving sermons. The Luein Bisof the county committee Are Cuc std i meet in Doylestown of tuesday he 18th of november at 11 o clock a. M., u Nize. And attend to other necessary Buai Ness. W. W. 11. David chair Sun county committee. T non Ike Overland monthly. The Holland of Oali Sobhia this glimpse Orot Terila and Holland sen he dutch up Many degrees in estimation l saw to Jund All Ages and Clumsy lots and wooden shoes and waddling Rotun Dity supposed to be tic Especial character Istl of the dutchman i saw the Niklus Triou and persistent reclaimer of this great Sal Neadow a life tire vigor daring and enter prise with which they have not been Genci All accredited by the world. Clumsy As were Gallioto they were among the first to Brave the mysterious tenors of unknown seas and oceans centuries ago. This Little amphibious nations i out its adventurous spirits and planted its co onies in Asia Africa and America. Hard so they May be in their Peculiar fashions but the is not to Clipper but the Hardy Sutcli slip iwo from it High ungainly Stern swore in deep Hollan Ninny a generation ago alike Al the Hurricane off Good Hope the typhoon of the China seas and the Savage blasts on the Coas of Labrador. New Amsterdam did or Rcd new York Anil Van Tromp did once Swice the English Channel and the Thunder of h guns was heard at the Tow or of to Dou where never before or since has echoed the artillery a foreign foe. All Honor to tic daring sturdy and when Wiir tule lands arc All reclaimed when the Stockton Steamer threads its Way i Miles through a vast Anil Beautiful Garden when on a Neil Side elegant cottages Peep fron a mesh of Rose Bowers Ivy vines Ami Youn Pines when All that great inn Olony of Ina she and Reeds is tin d into a fruitful Paik when ate Vety few bundled Yards As you sail Alo in the Eye glances up the Long canals Cut for Drain age and sees upon them neat Little private steamers and gondolas covered with Tjay Awn Ings ply Nuralon under the Shade of the which will line these aqueous roads from end to end a Hundred years hence the Delta of Tom Sacramento or Joaquin shall contain its two 01 Thice millions of and the fierce Mosquito shall be exterminated and tic harsh summer sea Breeze of san fran Cisco shall blow Over that expanse Wanned by to the temperature of the by Doir and All the people luxuriating in it shall have ceased to Vine to filch from each other s dinner pots and shall have discovered that the surest Road to happiness lies in setting an additional dish on the neighbor s Lable. Instead of trying directly or indirectly Leal mately or illegitimately by fair Means or foul to take one Oil then shall lie the Navy the improved pal Adi Sical Holland of the Pacific coast. Oseph s. Bodine with we Brown co., Bingham Hall to Market mar out Pulli Delphta and Micro Hunt Joseph s. Peirce n ii Himton. Pa., Dealu in Coal Wood Lime Sand Brick jury building Stone oui Muey Viva in in variety. Fur Emporium. Isaacs successor to John 7ih a in ii Nikki or. Jet when 7lli Ami 81 ii Slit la Softli Side importer of furs of every description wholesale Axi kcta1l, Voltl t fully in Vito the Reader to Ami i inc out mock furs. Selling it liner tit Isle i no to it Luck will1 urn Al i till and Rcpt Ltd. Roii Omiter tic store tin Arch a Trust View. Filhe Puiul x Quarter his in to a la but a Hove in Towie hts in mid county. To begin in tic Imi Liun mud in Wittik from skill to the or Lintul Ntuli mind uvula Point Stihi near Lio Umof Lar you to att i in lie Turnpike it i print Opi Wittle Stu ii clump of Trutwi on uie of Kutui to Ami vacate much of Trio Quad Vum Mill to Turnpike Luuri Between Trio Liou Oreor Dryan by Itil Trio Saino turn Ilku at. Or near where it in Crow who Liy Trio Trenton i Onsby notice to Alt Tomt for scald of in Fly nut Pollio Introit Oertl if tit Ettli Fulling from one of the in w now in i b washing ton Street. If id expended tic Mill sum of kill he would now live own entitled to receive from the Tea Klers Assurance co., Hart third i weekly of for the time lie Oil be unable to it should not exceed 20 weeks. Lerl ouzo Down inc 40 Mil si., Are the a cols for company. Cull ind insure at once. Dividend. Is Totive. Farmers National Bank of Bucks Cotty Bristol ph., nov. 4th, 1873. The Havo thin Day declared a dividend of eight per cent., payable to tie stockholders on demand Clear of taxes. 152 c. T. Bedell. Caville. Che mos. It coat for let for Sale at Bostwick 8 Pic Turk will soil at Cabeen s Hall ski at Evex Iko nov. Tib first appearance in Bristol of the celebrated Fiffi a Hoy i a Aiichi Blind Tom this .1ueat All so air pro div. Don t fail to hear to Lii nost wonderful Cuci Oan y of thu nine Tec Cru Turr. Oors open at7 commence at 8p.m. Admission 50 cts. 75 Cix n. Foi pc served scats May be obtained n Advance a. Iffy act s us store. 12g the in Coats pants vests i also dresses shawls cloaks to it ruling cily Pripp nil More tit Roupli Csc miming or careful Iii of fennels Choiu inti pts. Domestic sewing machine co.,. I. Tiivi Iii houses for Sale on Dohk Axce Street five houses ten Uoo ius each. On Washington Street. Two Yoou Issach. One House Rouimi three housed by Vii rooms cacti. All the above occupied by Good building lots for Sale on Dok Bance Street on Lafayette Street anti on be Kreuson Avenue. Houses ekect1sv by contract to out Pur Chancre. 142 Peirce b1xos. Qaf1? a Fine lot of Kazoks to Oal Jii 1ji.15 and pocket Cit Okky scissors etc., for Yalu at inc Ilir Donre store of 1. T. K1kmev, near the 1 oat Ollick Mill St., Lyrl slow. I4c new Wagon 148 two Sra cd for Liv Iii ice bkom., by Lutol i f t1717 s1i7i? i Moto Baa lib made lit Ujj i Liju limn life or old daguerreotypes huh Lulck k 137 House containing Nike Korius Washington Street Secund door from Pond Street. Head All to Crouch nut in if desired. Joist 148 Hov Ihen Dor ii Lance Street Between Pond St. And the Kail Road. Apply to it. A desirable residence on Rad Lilac Street occur pled by the subscriber. Terms easy. Price Kocra to. Apply to Bristol 8th 1110. 21st, 1873. Foe wittier Nio Oulu Dor Raicic St., trim no. For Sale. A two seated wago9c entirely new. Pk1uce Broth Khz. Bran Tel pm. Lots foe Sale Dock Akif. And i Bollt och he by con or Lintol pm. Foe Sale cheap the Home building and loan Aseo Catlon 00 to saw be. Zwaik agent. Bostwick none better. T4ir Gelel Manl photo 135 41 i Trulow. Cd. Frederick of West Street. York clot Laier and outfitter. New and Rich for fa1.l and Winte Bilhl Oak Coats in jul at amt work ii Cine or. 136 a. F. Yol no. T Yod no announce to the of Uri Itol an4 county that they Ivo opened Curci Scrill Illuv Uhic off Teo i x. The Mill hired by Mol. Where they arc prepared to receive Ord Cri i tasks they arc the for count of tilt Tot. Lowing Calupi Inch i i mar Clinto of Providence k. I Canto of Wtown of Kew town inc Khz county of Mutual Al roof 1sm11 Urr. Sow of new York Lla Mutual protect Lou of phlla., o Compa Xiu travel Lars of Hartford conn., hallway Siuw Nurr astr acc want i is jii.1. Rautu or Coutv. The Beckwith family sewing machine Price of 90 of of require Trio mor Anent of from sum Erly but two it to nor Bol of bump Lilly and. Bom Man or Tim Tuuu. Forb and engr no older i Mack no. For k be4inz i. Wanted in every toxin in in of Unity. Wilh the order the balance can be c. S for Art net news paper newspaper

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