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Daily Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 23, 1884, Williamsport, Pennsylvania V o clock a m Railroad to a Ohio badly m a special Patch to the from Dauphin a says that a freight and gravel train pm the Sod Susquehanna Branch of the Reading Railroad collided seven Miles from Dauphin this both engines were damaged James Meek of fireman of the freight the Accident we by to Market Square greatest reduction in of Mil we mean if you do not look at our prices and com Are them with prices at other stores of Fob men 15.00 children s overcoats a speedily at our Bouse reduced from As w to 81.80 2.60 8.00 to 8.00 4.00 5.00 youths overcoats train running on the freight time which the Tor saying that his watch was Twenty Una More Ohio thrown Chicago dec 22 the facts in regard to an the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad near Bremer made hew to night the waa a fast express from Washington hereabouts o clock in at the rate of forty Miles per when it struck a similar in the track the Forward part train called dining w and two coaches were derailed Anit overturned dining car took and waa the ing coaches were saved from destruction there were sixteen persons in the sleepers some of them in Public life it appears almost miraculous that none billed or fatally Hurt congressman by of Bend Indiana Ful but not about the legs Hon Smith of Des laceration of the feet Antl Hon o of Hurt about the shoulders All the others were More or less shaken up the occupants of the dining car most and Joseph Cooks and Edward Gray and r waiters were lacerated Only slightly Hurt wounded were 1 strike of soft con to the dec 22 the miners 1 out of this for an Advance of one half cent per in Price of mining by noon it at the miners general this City that the strike has earliest and that nearly 4.000 men quit the that rather than cede the Advance they will close Down their pits indefinitely by dec the great Oil in the Creek Field which started about one o clock proved to be a one before the flames were under the 8 when trying to thaw out the pipe and communicating with the Oil floating on the Creek spread to Fisher no 4 a wac Rig and engine and those the were burned two receiving tanks of Ono of caught the were out ran Hill to Fisher and two 250 which also up in smoke the spread w and Oil until reached United pipe line tanks which were with a lot of pipe a Long even the shovel brigade was Oft up and the trenches had been dug Earry off the burning Oil and Earth heaped up and upon the Seething pools of burning Oil finally the was checked in its course Fisher no s to the at a late hour last this Well still but no f damage was done it is estimated losses in Oil rigs pipe Etc will the fire thousands of had gathered about the rushed Down to scene and remained upon the ground until the was under control t of woo owns half of four two of the richest come from the Northwest Michigan of were Mode to the lumber Ator Palmer s wealth is estimated at three millions and senator Sawyer s at seven millions Palmer is elegant to manner to Seinafo altogether the members Are going Home for the As to the Senate bad to and they look to the As an to coerce the House Ond take f the control of contend that the Senate is ing itself in its efforts to take supreme control of All legislation by numbing the Revenue Power of by rowing trestles and finally by ing the Senate appropriation Bills a number of members speaking with a correspondent to Day the result be would not enact any legislation to put into treaties i the Way ratify John a Thompson far 1 the court from Tai Cru who i of trial has been com Hery fair plaintiff being the cruel Man who her from is Boyer one of nearly two years ago Wile died ind Mel was asked her place later she and various ments were made to toe of the a proper period of mourning Tor Wile among Sallie went West -.1 of Jug Boyer disposed to literature to Tain Royalty and to travel and visit Europe he a Fine Bonso in new York senator Sawyer la cares nothing for books had rather Dine from pork and Beans nod Nicy coined beef cabbage and it it be a hot Day with Hia coat off than to restrain himself Wuh All the of a fashionable v senator Dawyer is happier when he the Woods logging than on the floor of Jie his Tho old Days when was t Worth a Dollar but was the Woods of Wisconsin Moru Delight than he bin bad since or yer with All great no if u to gallery should so thin Short Man with the exceedingly bowed legs stubbing Back and Forth for Bis Dally exercise on floor of the Senate bands him body in a Pilot jacket of Navy Blue buttons he would believe that thu was a venerable doorkeeper instead of the wealthiest Man with one exception in the led their run been impeached and who that Means of Catin it Cating it meanwhile the Senate is in solemn Sion and determinedly oblivious of the by the lower body Randall is of the City and the conference on the is i 7 that to out Cost is of lamps to sold t finn self Ana do lumps w no Street nox f int pianos 8 17 third or v on will and a Holiday get or 1 men boys Man whose on matters is much respected and he ban the unusual repute of having never yet made a speech in the Senate Tab for a during the i a 8700 note she held Agadag they were to Pool their soon could not compel to Pav it while was in the West Boyer another the Story plaintiff who la a buxom woman told on the stand the Case will be this Mabone is reputed to wealthiest in the be Ope of Senate do in Virginia about the amount Jadoo addressed a letter to Krebs Clearfield request Litolf him la Norton who and conveyed to the county All on charges of false and con the governor also informed i nor Cleveland of Hla noting was heard in this when the release of the prisoner demanded by his Norton on the Beech creak a u Road in he escaped to Olean new without paying his Cai for by Tho principal tractor to secure on a requisition of Pattison on tailing two a charge against him at escaped to Canada but was in to return to Olean by a bogus sent him to which his wife s name signed by the detectives at Buffalo in was intercepted and removed to the jail to which he was him fill front Ross 28 years old to death three Miks from Rochester on a country Side re had been in the City and started to walk Home in the evening his body by out skating lying near a from which he had to a probably stunned him and he to death Bette re covering consciousness Small his and relatives Are in easy circumstances and be was always regarded with respect of tue inspectors clerk Captain Rahn has filed his report for the month of november in s i1 u ii 17.6040 men s from to m 12.0010 7.80 ii Scoto 1350 u 16.60 and a with is Only reduced 22 great at the of the Pratt Bix accidents none of which was fatal of Coal were in the Shenandoah District inspector Mauchline retorts eleven accidents four of which tons of Coal were shipped in Twenty one Days to the District inspector Byan reports eighteen accidents five fatal were shipped in 22 Days of Hia or where it he to have Mode a great Deal of of the old Norfolk arid westers which he is charged with having for his own his shrewdness As a business the Best opinion is that he k far in a million he lives to Only a Raan with a can he Cigar would Malte Good wages for the and it is one 61 the Many this living Skeleton How he can fifteen or Twenty of the strongest havanas a Day out any effect senator the he is proud of ability to mix mint Julep As never was cannot touch alcoholic stimulants friends that when he retires from the Senate in be will begin ment of some immense industries in Virginia the half of Atlanta Only two or three Are wealthy than senator Brown of Georgia in All his Lite an Active business own and he is one of the strangest and most to the Senate the face and manner of emeritus be Nas Energy that men of the time he and lost one Fortune and another colossal one he is a Man no confidants few attached friends but who is respected la Bis state us committed for conspiracy to defraud the what the son Carter of a series of ten at Plymouth now York Sim gave the lowing no one of our resident musicians has dime much to Foster a love for the Best Organ or to bring the finest compositions of Tho mod Era school before the Public As or Henry ter his ability Are especially this Winter in the series of which he la giving at Church Brooklyn yesterday he played with the a by Handel s Largo and the orchestra in the by Ite edifice crowded and the concert in every Way delightful adding tolls other merits a Novelty in the combination of Organ or Don t forgot by or Carter in this 8th the tickets Are being and soon an at Butler yesterday of Liam Campbell and others j to m Thompson and others read in opinion which ban excited com ment among of the Bap Itie opinion court in this Case on the part of two members of ibis bar with other to and defraud the his we regret that these gentlemen have allowed the facts toe to be pro and regret still More to find that As the More prominent at Torney the contradicted evidence fact that he has been and betrayal of reposed attorney and that the question involved is simply which of his clients William Campbell or j w be or the losers by whether Campbell shall be out of Bis farm or Starr lose him As attorney whether or not Ater shall be robbed to pay the members of this bar he says Are with few exceptions honorable while worthy of Confidence they Are less Imd Dot of brother members things have to a la imperatively demanded he by we have our own motion to my m i son to show cause Why he should not be strike from the Roll of attorneys by the matters confessed proven in this r As colonel of most Brilliant men in the state to argue against m contest the is As Belne untimely another dispatch judge held court until a Thea retired to a plaintiff before judges Hice Neal and of the special session called to Bear the judicial cases As George a others were not present court Wei adjourned until 4 o clock upon reassembling the counsel with the of papers and other formalities counsel for messes and Greer Arn George a Jebb senator Lee Thomas and James Britten Hor messes Hazen and Mcmichael ants Thompson and Dana there was a Little skirmishing w anted a refer renew h it by in it s and covers at s As t i fur far Anil Rau filers fat n Kwh at ii 8 4 17 to Jot on o it fat the half How Suk for a and the we offer it Wujs bit t store 17 West third As a sensible and of our latest 1 they me tie the land a co Kline it Market Square w Tny t p 8 West third b in silk ilk Plain and d Many 5011 can machines is Call n third i a a those bilk a pair no r a of those i your wife one at to Wool lined driving and a you will find lit Opportunity who those to seats without ther Cost be sure to have your ticket by store the seats in Given v j s far Ibe i i id Tho midst of the of Sou to Hope our friends not forget the children and other of the Home Send something Christmas dinner and for the folks who have Tio parents to for them mrs corresponding Secretary at look at a Little after 8 o clock the packers at the i Haven kindling were notified by the company thai the heretofore allowed were to a reduced from eighteen to sixteen cents per Hundred bundles to which the about to objected and emphasised their judging from of customers at our on Yon would not think hum pocket and of fur w6 n Ein f b Hart co a Salk of real Alile by b Goi or of lie of Thomas in the in i to City of known lil fourth been to 30 at 2 o clock p m c cloaks n company on and East River was got control about 2 this Aad there is now danger of damage to the or Plant is As yet no curate information to the loss but it estimated at from to a win to the Abu dec 22 on inst Friday Mathew Butler a Coal Miner who is to be insane Bis wife for some fancied wrong he at tacked her and beat her in such a brutal manner that she died Lant night from the inflicted Butler was and taken to Lull tit Clarion to to save Money on us clothing we also have an of furnishing goods and Caps at Low prices House Fife was discovered eating its through the Howe s residence on a there was quite an in that the Woodwork Fri the cellar adjacent to the Heater had caught a delay a few minutes made the situation very serious As it was prompt action extinguished the Barnes saved rhe Bouse m death Bate in City dec 22 the mortuary re 2 web is of b w Baltimore dec n telegrams re Here to night state that the Steamer Jane Mosely plying Between Norfolk and Cape Charles City in connection with the new York Philadelphia line at her at Cape Charles City to Day no lives were lost an old Soldier at at Havon from the lock express at in Milt port of Allegheny for the shows a 12 males the principal Cannes of death bronchitis 3 con sumption 3 heart disease 2 of the de ceased All were 14 Boiu and 6 years this report shows a decrease from that of last dispatch to b Washington dec 22 the president has accepted the resignation of Henry d second assistant postmaster eral will i of John 3b general superintendent of railway Majl service to be second ant postmaster general Boston dec 33 Michael h Simpson died yesterday of heart disease leaving an estate valued from to 000.000 Simpson of poor ends and amassed Bis Fortune by Bis own efforts was twice leaves a fifty years be was married four years ago heed tils Bride with a million in Bonds dec 22 f Sod their Spaar j 10 residing in Pottstown i were overcome by Coal they with great and will he the Scarcity of Legal notes attention in thinks they Are being hoarded by those who be hum in and than Silver of currency failure of Deo 33 the ment of co seem to any circles of and pkg civil s c dec 23 the Ture has adopted a Resolution tendering to the administration of Cleveland to prowl and support of Joe of the state in provisions of the few he beginning with a successful coup after toe War he has steadily increased his interests until he is Fey Long Odds the richest Man la the state he is said to own half of Atlanta and though Block Block of business Bouses there Are his yet his own borne is it cottage or Brown s Fortune is four or five Liona i Man the Ohio senators Pendleton and lawyers though wealthy did not acquire their the practice of their or Sherman whose wealth has been Regarda himself As Worth about Hall a million he is largely interested in some of the Ohio railways and owns a Good Deal of real estate in Washington which be is Dent will be greatly in value in the near future or Pendleton made a Good Deal of Money in railway his Fortune is estimated Over a million aria this was a just estimate at one time be bad four residences his hone e elegant residence Bis at Newport and a charming Little in the White mountains wealth of Don Cameron is one of the richest men in Senate he is the chief stockholder in one of the largest Iron manufacturing plants in the world and a Large owner in other furnaces in mines in land a ing stockholder in the Northern Central railway brother railways his la estimated or five w Nils or Cameron had the of the of a Yeity Rich lather yet As a Ness Man he has been in the amur of Bis Fortune none deny his Ity in this regard he stood the Moat critical test railway management perfect Success when he controlled we m portent Northern Central railway of the other new England All Are dependent More or less on their Ries for support excepting Edmunds Mil to by repute about he has an aversion to excepting banh and railway senator after along career a u from and entered senator wan a poor Man lie mar ried the daughter of Blunt old Ler a Milliou or Hale ver aged funeral on Day at 2 o clock from the m e Church interment to be made Ftp Cedar Hill Tery John s of which he was a member will have of the remains perform me Aho Der served As a of company e seventh the War Street commissioner coffer near to keep the in on raid Street nut it gave Way yesterday the pressure of water a Farmer drove Boirie to lock Haven monday in two hours and Twenty five he came in a Sleigh this is time a protracted conducted by Rev Dunlap is i Progress it Island much in Terest la manifested and Many seekers Are at the death of judge Knox it Hon James b Knox president judge of the eighteenth judicial District died at yesterday morning shortly do Fere 8 o clock Boon suffering with asthma and bronchial affection Tor several years with a complication of heart Dis ease the immediate death was physical prostration caused by he a term of court on saturday he was elected Tont Lodge in a brother of John c a judge of of of the supreme court of Sylvania and under the publishers of sunday Trie with a liberality that that on Christmas Between the hours of 10 a to and noon they will distribute in Hundred of bread to the worthy poor of of third and court streets no doubt they will find takers one and others one half less than a cadem y of music december to ill in Hannd effects 2 4 m pit ices m and hic can Van Ami Itic from its the is hit William of in to Day my William of came judge mater court at cd yesterday n e of West Wen for the me of Jersey is in the City Day my Crane of the ing of the flood commission to Day h t lock Haven and w c Kress for the flood the and John Are Here As witnesses flood commission r a miss Maht Meek the daughter of p Grey Meek the a Wuu this Moon upon the a a Ilia for ran int i h w k do not give our pricks in this paper Guiu Antee Are k Young 1c Man can Cit front room with St As w Oti saturday from n j to her holidays at Home me s b of who has been in Paul Minn for the past returned on saturday night anted Liy n widow lady a and Buli albums cheaper Stock received for All Hicks of at Public Sale this by the a farm of 88 cores and 26 perches in to Lor Miller som w property of Thomas a to at a Texas dec 83 snapped a pistol at is the in a frenzy morphine pastor of methodist i and great anxiety u by pfc that it appreciated his attention and is now said to be nearer two one Tilk Boss Monk Kino fair of Nevada is we richest Man in not Welt one of the wealthiest in the United he probably Worth some thirty and Punj of largest Tor interest on Bonds that a oot from the m r has never in the Senate mid does not conceal his when in str like of in and place no Enow with or Toyal of and Down a piece of land in of to sure to for property of Bailey a tract of Laud in Washington 60 Anres to for sold As property of William and John h Mitchell v f tot county yesterday Kenepp present county raid messes Lowe Enid Fullmer by City Engineer went to the Bridge erected by the King Iron Bridge company with toe View to having ohm of the bind erected to township they return id and their of the 1s very or q a who has been in Williamsport nil the past fall is again permanently be in at work on the methodist p on Linn Street and miss Agnes of two will sail for Burmah on the a received Woll greetings Baptist Church last evening to above copying and in specially 0 of their armory u kinds and of Froni a foothold to Are to 1 Rev w h travelling and for the ton at visited Liverpool and other churches in Pony county last sunday he his been very successful and found Hearty responses to appeals in every i i a mahogany Cabinet a Dollar s Worth of j Rev Lindsay d d f r 3 of Edinburgh is Send m the author Aud has been made a of the of Honor a committee been organized at Lin to Roha a find for Prince an of of Tho t of the cold wave la upon us Trees been bought inn Man w Happy Pray for More shops Sod stores Ore place of safety is in the Middle of Tiff Etc Etc Yon he entitled to u a cub West end 8 w give Pine i festoons or for Home decorations at once leave at of Static Floral of with Paw of your Holiday we give a ticket on the 1 85 Pine f sent me platen i which Wero ipod to be Vou Tiaw at lowest West Senrt bookseller at hag Boon a charge of the manager ties Giro Danville morning a Good arb the u not very Goud on mrs w a Ford of South fell Down a cellar Way and broke one of her legs Between the ankle and knee on afternoon evening of the Moat plays on the Road will to presented at the Academy of music Michael to War of who b the of Boose cd lot year fit will be would be a Holiday present for of Han it Nice of Oor to arc they would a Youk to l Ida if la a be a Carter Atlantic ally fair to

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