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TUESDAtlOUMSBJlS.I, 1871. FIRE IN TITUSVILLE I About Twenty Buildings Des troyed. Loss, about $7B,000. 845,000 Insurance. A Ire broke out in Titusville, on flprini Street, about midnight. Sun-Jar. About twenty huildiug were burned, Including the Htierman House, Corn mercial Block and Petroleum Hall. Lack of space prevent us giving a lull description. The lone amount! to $75,000. Insured for 45,000. Assassination of Jas. Fisk, Jr. Yesterday's papers codUid an at count of the fatal shooting of James Fisk, Jr., on Sunday morning, at four o clock, by btokes, his opponent in the Fisk-Mansfielr suit He received two shots, one in the abdomen, the other in the left arm. He died at a few min utes before 11 o'clock, the same morn ing. Stokes is uuder arrest. Public feeling is generally against him. Organization of the Legislature. Jan. 2d, the House was organixed by electing Mr. EUiott Speaker, the Democrats voting: for Woolverton : Mr. Selfridge for Chief Clerk, against J.. fc. ljeisennug, Democrat, and Smull and Morrison for assistants. . The west received the following officers : Mes senger, C. W. Ray, of Mercer; Assis tant Messenger, Joseph Lueler, f Ve nango: Doorkeeper .f the Rotunda, M. Dugue, of Washington ; Pasters ai.d Folders, P. H. Jones, of Alle- ' gheny j J. F. Stevens, of Crawford ; A. H. Baker, of Iudiana ; Transcribers, Isaac Moorehead, of Erie, R. V. Thompson, of Lawrence, A. R. Mc Couthy, of Huntington, C. M. Sanner, of Somerset ; Postmaster, Wm. Coales, Allegheny ; Assistant Postmaster, A. J. Marks, Jefferson ; Assistant Ser geant at Arms, R. H. Triffiu, of Alle gheny. In the Senate, the vote being 16 to 16, no organization was effected until the 4th inst. On thafday Mr. Buck alew, Democrat, thus addressed the Senate: necessity of the case demands the elee. tion of a Speaker. I am authorized by my uemorrauc colleagues to Vote iu such a manner a to produce the result. Not hing could be gamed by prolonging this amicable controversy. My col leagues have thought proper to exhibit their magnanimity by bringing it to a Close. I also add that mv nrnnmilinn "only extends to the sin do election nf a opeaaer. The next ballot, the eighth, resulted as follows : James S. Rutan, Republi can, 17 votes; Albert G. Brodhead, Democrat, 15 votes. Mr. Buckalew, Democrat, voted for Mr. Rutaa. Mr. Rutan was declared elected and sworn. The election of Luther Oreen, Esq., Assemblyman from Warren, was con c- i tested by Mr. Shortt, the Republican candidate, and was decided in favor of Mr Shortt, one Democrat of the com mittee appointed to examine and re port on the case, reporting in favor of Mr. bhortt. Court Proceedings. Courts opened Monday, Dec. 25th. Present Hous. W. P. Jeuks and J. A. Proper. Commission of Hon. Wm P. Jenks .-cad in open court. Consta bles called and instructed by the Court, after w hich they were sworn to their re turns. Ou motion of W. W. Mason, Es4., Elijah H. Clark, Es.j., of Jirookville was duly admitted to prac tice in the several courts of Forest county. The Court appointed W. P. Merciltiott, Esq. Auditor. Grand Ju ry called, sworn, and ably charged. The following cases were disposed of: Forest Co. vs. C. J. Fox, late Trea. Certified. Forest Co. vs. John G. Brandon, late Treas. Certified. D. R. Walter v. Seldon Whitman. Appeal. Settled. J. S. Hood vs. J. R. Siiaw. Appeal. Verdict for pl'ff for $57.75. II. S. Thomas et. al. vs. Benj. May et. al. Summons iu assumpsit. Certi fied. Mrs. Anna Lamb vs. Benj. May et. al. Summons in case sur. assumpsit. Certified. K. L. Blood vs. Ja. Painter, gupi ia ejectment. Certified. C'uue. iiiiitoii v. Jo'uu A. r'oper tt. fcl. Appe.il. Certified. B. Lloyd vs. R R. Roberu. Pa miaous iu case. Certified. T. Tv Lmk K r" Mo- . Mwrgj v. rtiTf ; man el. aL Capias in trespass do. Ver. diet for pl'ff for $5. Harmony township vs. O. C. & A. R. R. Co. Summons in case of assump sit. Certified to Crawford County. George W. Dean vs. Samuel Cald well. Replevin. Verdict for pl'ff. All the other civil cases on the list were continued. PRESENTMENTS BY THE GRAND JVRV. Commonwealth of Pa. es: To the Honorable the Judge of Forest de.; We, the Grand Jurors in and for the county of Forest Dec. Term 1871 do present the following: 1st. That we have visted the county jail, and we find the facilties for heat ing the same are entirely insufficient. The stove now provided for that pur pose are useless. We therefore unani mously recommend that the proper officers of the county be required to drovide suitable stoves or other appa rains for thoroughly heating the cell. 2d. That the bridge across the Tio uesia Creek at Lacytown, in Qreeu township, is unsafe aud dangerous, and immediate action should be taken by the proper authorities tcy thorough ly repair the same. m 3d. That t5e proper officers of the county should provide sufficient zinc, to be placed under the stoves in the Court House, to ptfotett the same from fire. J. D. Hunt, Foreman. The Grand Jury alo found four true bills against Patrick Cluue for violations of the liquor laws, and three true bills against Sarous Wjr igbt for same. " Muider Trial. We bad intended to have given a full report of this rase, as it was tried, but as we do not get out for a week after the news ceases to be news, we will merely state, that the evidence was against Barn hat, aud he nould undoubtedly have been found' guiity of manslaughter, bad not bis counsel put in a plea of insanity. His Honor Judge Wetmore charged the jury, which retired for a few min utes aud brought in the following ver dict: -, We find that the defendant, Wil liam Barnhart, was insane at the time he committed the ufl'euce fur which be is indicted, and acquit him on the ground of such insanity: The Jury also, on full examination, find that there is reason to believe a cure of such iusauity may speediiy be effected by sending said William Barn hart to the Lunatic Hospital. Whercnpou the Court direct the de fendaut to be committed to the Insane Hospital at Dixmunt for so long a time as he shall continue to be of u sound mind, at the expense of tbe couuty of Forest. Fort Pitt Communication. Fort Pitt, Dec. 29, 1871. Dear Editor: We have been housed of late, the weather being too cold for us to venture out, but the re cent "soft snap" has thawed us suffi ciently to give you a letter. Our mill has been shutdown for the past month and nothing doing except getting ready for next summer's saw ing. Skating at the creek has been excellent, and we have availed our selves of it. Our Holidays were very pleasantly spent. Will endeavor to give you a description. As an humble representative of this community, we echo tbe heartfelt sen ment of each and every member of the same, when we say the days bave pass ed most delightfully. Thus far en joyment has been our honored guest, aud from tbe disposition manifested, ennui is not likely to reign among us at all during the festive season. The Giddess of Plenty has presided at our boards, her cornucopia literally filled to overflowing. The 25th was a day truly calculated to awaken the happier aud holier in spirations of one's nature a day to drive sorrow aud dull care awny s day to call forth our strongest affec tions; to kindle our sympathies, our charities and our more generous hes pitalities. It appeared that we were particularly blessed. The sunsbiiio of heaven shed its effulgent rays upon our laud, and sent its genial influence straight to the heart of every one; through the tranquil atmosphere there seemed to brenthe indeed the glad in spiratioo the text: "On earth peace, end good will to ward men." A party of Indies and gentlemen "elect" ("your bumble" included, of course), took advantage of the loveli ness of the day, and, procuring a sleigh of appropriate dimensions, were soon flying down t le tram road, at the rate of 2:40. The sun's warmth had dis solved the snow which for weeks pre vious had shrouded the earth, aud her form as once more radient with liv ing guun. Fernj, aud mos of the deepest einerttld, opjheJ their eyes to the I'lit of heaven, and seemed to drink in the inspiration of this glori ous lims. Suwe of our number being! rcninxlly iooliofd, nrj detirinj to j ctMWt4 1151 "Uloria TnTicclsis Deo," (most creditably, I would say by way of parenthesis). Rest-king the noble Tiouesta (creek), skates were called into requisition, and thus panel an hour or more, of real enjoyment, after which we returned to the "Fort" to find awaiting us to use a trite expres sion -a table fairly groaning beueath its weight of luziiiics. In the evening we attended a ball at the residence of Mr. David Brown. We were met at the door by the host.a venerable old fellow of the true Scotch type, broad, stout, good-natured, tull of fun aud jokes. Here follows a somewhat lengthy description of the dance, and some laughable incident--, but as our space is limited, we are obliged omit it. En. But the supper! How shall we do justice to this portion of the evening's entertainment T (the most important to "your humble.") We did do it jus tice, to say nothing of the injustice occasioned to that most patient and forbearing member, the stomach. We came away.nerfectly overwhelmed with he good things, and whether or not we nan ugly visions in our slumbers the rest of the nigh t.our waking dreams willjong remind us of that ,evenng's hospitalhty. Urs, -'Doc. Tho Week of Prayer. The following are t'ie subjects for the week : Sunday, Jan. 7-Sermon9 : Subject, "The Faith once delivered to the cairns, me oonu ot union among v nrirtuaus; us aetence binding on all Monday, Jan. 8.Thau!;t.giving for lods "Unspeakable Gift;" for His mercies, personal, relative, and national ; fr the maintenance and restoration of peace, and preservation from famine aud other calamities ; for spiritual blessings; lor the usefulness ot the Christian ministry. 'I I t Y r , . m luesuay, ian. . Humiliation : lor personal and national sins, with nc kuowledgenn-nt of Divine judgments ; for weakness of faith, disobedience aud wnridliness iu the Church, with confession ot unfaithfulness. eoiiesciay, jao, m. 1'rayer: lor families; for the conversion "of chil dren ; lor the increase of domestic piety; ior a uiessing on trie youth at schools, colleges and universities, and nil entering upon commercial or pro fessional duties; and for tbe sauctifv ing of affliction, both to parents and cnimren. ' v Thursday, Jan. 11. Prayer: for nations, especially those recently visit ed wuh calamities; for kiny;- and al! iu authority; for the prevalence of peace in the counsels of statesmen; for righteousness, harmony aud cood will among all classes; for the spread of Uod s blessing upnu specivl e Hurts to resist the progress of infidelity, super stition, intemperance, and other kinds ot immorality. Friday, Jan. 12. Prayer: for the Christian Church mid Ministry; for translators of the Holy Scriptures in to various tongues; for Societies, Com mittees, auu Authors eiiLairrd in Christian work. Saturday, Jan. 13. Prayer: for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit; for the increase or nristian love and noly steal ; for all missionaries at home and abroad; for all Christians exposed to trial and persecution ; tor the preva lence of n ligious liberty ; for the ex tension of the Redeemer's Kingdom throughout the world, and the union of all believers iu prayer and effort for God's glory. Sunday, Jan. 14. Sermon : "Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth as it is done iu heaven." Malt, vi. 10. From the Titusville Courier. Robbery by a Negro. The proprietor of the billiard rooms in Corinthian Hull has had in his em ploy for seme time a negro named V. II. Davis. He has also in his em ploy a young man named W. P. Dye, who has a room in the same building. Some time in the early hours of the morning, yesterday, the negro Davis went to Dye's room, abstracted his pantaloons, took tliciu into the hall, and rined them the key of the safe in the billiard hull and seven dollars in bills. With the key he opened the sale and abstracted tWOOand abscond ed. Iu the safe was a valuable diu mond pin and a twenty dollar creeii back, which fortunately escaped his seuruu ior piunuer. ve undeislaud a trace of the rohber was cot Yester day at Ceoterville, where he slopped in his flight and took his breakfast. Officers were immediately sent iu pur suite, and it n more thuu likely that before this time he has been cvu'ght. P. S. At T.'.IO last evening Messrs. Crossley & Guild, from whom the mon ey was stolen, received a telegrr.m from Mr. L. B. Goodrich, at Union City, who went iu pursuit of the negro Duv s, stating that he had caught him with the money still in his possession, and that ho Would be here with the prisoner aud the money this uioruiug. On Wednesday the pipes connect ing a couple of tanks on the Caldwell farm, near Pioneer, weie discovered to be frozen up. An attempt was made to thaw them out, which was success ful, and the pipes ugaiu united : but unfortuuately a mull quantity of oil used iu the process coiighl fire by some mtuiis, which was communicated to the two tauks.buriiing them up together wUh about sixty barrels of oil. In Crawford county for the year 1871, hre wen rriminal ennviotioTis . . . miuir i, tor rmrglarf fl, assault and battery 8, forgery 1, larceny 11, perjury 8, liquor selling to drunkards aud minors 6, selling with out license Id, selling liquor on Sun- duy 6, gambling 9, keeping house of III fame 1, adultery 3, fornication lt fornication ami bastardy 2, obstructing lilghwaf , forcible entry and detainer 1, conspiracy 2. me ' On Saturday lllgbt Inst the freigbt train eoing north, on D. W. V. Uy. went into the ditch a few miles above Frewsburg. causing considerable daiti age and severely injuring Mr. Henry Phillips, the engineer. On Sunday, or ders vere received here for Mr. Walker man to proceed with his engine to the asistsnce of the wrecked train. During this trip, his fireman, a young man liv ing at Dunkirk, uame.1 John Alfred Foss, went out on the engine while it was in motion to arrange the head light, and in returning to the cab, missed his bold and fell. The engine was at once stopped, and Mr. Foss ta ken up in an unconscious rotate. On Monday he was brought to this place, and received the atlentiou of Drs. Stranahau and Bartholomew ; but without any success, as the poor fellow died on Friday night, about ten o'clock. During the whole time he was entirely unconscious, and did not have, or rather experience any pain. Mr. Foss is highly spoken of by the railroad officials as a sooer, honest and indus trious man. Warren ledger. Last Tuesday, 3d inst., a little ton of Gen. Co tfy, of this place, about two years of age, accidentally fell into a tub of boiling water and was horri bly scalded. He li red until Wednes day morning when he died. Elk Ad' voeatk GROCERY MD PROVISION STORE IN TIONESTA. .. KLINORDUNGER & CO. H AVE. lost brought on a complete and carelully neloctod stock ot FLOUR. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, and eve"ythlnjr necessary to the complete mock ota nr.-a-i'iassuriM-ery iioue. wiucn they have opened out at their establish ment on Elm bt., Unit door north of M. t. Church. TEAS, COFFEES, SUOARS, SYRUPS, FRUITS, SPICES, HAMS, LARD, 1 ND FRO VISIONS OF ALL KINDS. at the lowest cash nrlces. Goods warrant ed o Imnf tho bet quality. ( all. and ex uuiiue, and we beheve wecnaMint vou. N. KLIXORbUNUKR A CO. Jan. 9. 'Ti. - 1872. The Pittsburgh CommerciaL A PAPER FOR THEPEOPLE. Tho "Pretddontial year" la always a reading year with the American people. 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The elections of the past year have resulted in almost an un broken series of Republican victories, (eneral Grants adminiHtration has reoeiv el the nnquivoca! indoi-sprnont of the American -ople; and there is everv in dication now that, as the Republican can didate, ho will be re-elected President., As an Independent Republican Paper the Com.mkuciai. will in the future, as in the past, render an nndeviating aup'iort to ltepiiblican Principles, holding that the good of tho Republic requires that tho Government ahouid remain in the lunula of the party that haved it in the great lifo or dea'h st'rnggl . In the future as in the past it will apeak its own views regarding men and nv axures, holding thai thrnwih free discussion only ran safe conclusions be reached and the independence of tho press preserved. In this reirard we can say simply that the Cummkiii iai. will lie true to itself and its established character. 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