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Titusville Morning Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1867, Titusville, Pennsylvania BLOBS w. H. o. To or by per lu Oil The Weekly Herald uvery 00 Per Year in AUGUSTUS HANK and 1- I T SS V 1 L. J V. A on will AND SILVER American GOLD K K TKA to 1'KXd, the AND taleB HOUyK all 3 and KINK FANUT MORNING 1 THE FIRS X I E OIL E O- X O VOL. NO. 81. 1867. PRICE FIVE y. n. av co. Dottier in nil of Heavy and Shelf 8INO, AND BLACKSMITHS Will find a full of Home COOPERS Always tind tho bolt Tools In tho markot Mock of Iron of and COOKING STOVES H in tlie Oil anil IB of no great a of including the NEW INSTITUTION .Si his OF Whero linn nt FLO POTATO UNIONS U H 111 FOU A AHU SPRING VERY CHEAP FOR East four la al an I all work to e or no An hung 15 April 1891. General far the WOOD MANN Vint National J. T. 8KVKKANOK COTT GROSSMAN junt opened a AND 00 rino In formerly occupied by K. V. whero they will keop on hand a choice and well 8KL1CUTKD STOCK or which they will noil nny holme In city IIB a IN TIIK COMPANY OF rill CELEBRATED IRON GATE C O A K U K E If FOlt thai wu arc confident need bo without nt a Sow Parties FOR cat at nn hand J. work In Unit Hue for In the unit IT of STENCIL PLATE Mr. given lito person il attention nnd In nil of IRON AND Ac lot at very low w th h. d Ac. Our Block of Boltn mul OP S in nnd 11 Smith A Weapon nml 1'lntoN, ami Plated We arc HID for old Ill tlic Hire will ut he com- mid tint 11 ff it CASH mill i lie we far that wo CILII it an fur MAN who to on F. W. At the old Hardware Dia- mond opposite City Mny 13, 1807. SMITH HARDWARE now In olli r to t ot In the ALL RINDS OF W R S P P 1, 1 R PLATED TIN OF D H S I; I P T I O H S OK ALL HOUSE FURNISHING TIN We iho nolo for tlic ilio in All kimU Copper Iron ork on Wo to koon K of onr line and In ft manner to bur OWT foi MR our very and taken at Office on Vine aoj Four EMI of National on By Mtf to and of vo Awe ot f SMITH State April will a the 11 o on tho 2fUh iif at 10 A. M to a c fur of Supremo and Lu in for ensuing tbo alive and i thu anil in to of th and in the Uetu ml A liy of iho State A. J. 5 Primary to a Joint of the C unity Con Hie of wili of In their r JUKiE Die of one mid M to follow iig Unu person for Two One for County One lor lor Onu for Jury The return of thu will r i tlir Court in un in Junt 25th, ono 1'. to ol to appoint a of from ccl on 1. for in tho WEEKLY LD aru SB and Auditor and Jury Terms for announcements la thu and Coin in Auditor Jury Co m- Jo. muni Uio nun avery 8HNATK. Col. C. McCoy will be a for the to thu ot tho daw will be n for io thu of tlic Morrow In reply to n by of him to be n ic clou tlic USO of tita tu the ol T. CH tiom will he lor u- election to tlie to aution of it primary Inn announce tint of wilt n for Hie lo ol the at tttt and obligo of the of thu friends of J. I- Urn at tho primary IIB for tho He ally of will tie Uto for tho I subject to of thu Primary In In Civil From tho York Can n n nnd has put down nn id proceed to tiy and Un as ThU la r fly answered In the ulvo by nnd by culm Let in enquire and n tuny refuse lliu to He foca as in lawful It may bay o them as did lo Ins Mexican You arc not hut If by lint ia n likely to Us enemies s lutons must to have ita d hy those have it if U and It rule U will On the the leld hy H lutes men and pi lor o 1800, will hu found by in tits laying tbu mone ol Hill 7th, wherein lie snys of the const memorable of Hill was attended with he beyond Its immediate JW i. military It created at nice a Blatu of public iOw be 110 a question of UB of treason and ro- That fearful crisis The joal now lay to the it word the only ion whether the and ot the would hold out till the be Hear In mind that our fathers not even on the 17th of 775, when they nt Bunker Jill Ley not definitely resolved on separation loin tlic mother In the eye of British ol tho law of for that hey simply resisting the authority nd the army ot their legitimate Yet Mr. holds that naked Tact that they re- lated In tlic command of heir constituted local precluded any against us ol treason or Ol Mr. did not originate tills lie found it Interfiled throughout our entire Revolutionary and Chief in Life of relates when Gen. com- tlie Kind's in arrested eminent Whig civilians und lodged u along our captured and to be with us Washington very tbU regarded the Americans nd treated them as If the great national ance they were making on principle was to he as the act of a lew and as whose lives by the laws ol the to tlie Washington nt in- lor retail allon of law and of the laws of war he carried ioto and brought the sh to a recognition of tho just ilca of by id oilier writers on public the or John Unas of our Alexander Hamilton the and all our Revolutionary publicists of my refer to and quote from j iw ol Nations ns Betting the judgment of lie world in accordance with the ol Webster and In his on Civil what conduct ahull that sovereign observe toward the I in conduct as shall at the time bo tho most to justice and the most to the Subjects who rise against prince without deserve severe ishment even in this on account ol the number ol becomes n duty In the A civil war breaks the bonds ol and at suspends their force and it produces In tlic nation two independent who other as And acknowledge no com- mon two must IHJ considered u thenceforward con- at for n two separate two Though one of the may been to blame in breaking the unity ol the and residing in shall judge them They In precisely Ihc two in nn able to conio to an have lo This being the It is very evident tnc common laws of wur to be by In every cMI For Ihc reason which render nn observance of maxims matter of obligation between Sf iio am it becomes find even more in Ihe circumstances of two parties their Thud Sintu who lo nod be- tween whom id no decido quarrel by arms cum is of and as two would The obligation to Ihe of war toward each is indispensably on both and the the of ou all iu between Suite and The The New correspondent of the Syracuse tells tho following the nnd bis Hast new of words nnd a took between a ol mine who lias made nnd Mr. which was ol the good possessed 5011 to Mr. I can't tell pi I have always re- fused to do that but would uot me u 1 Uad I was influenced by two price md I have some things to bay which may uot be iu the that U the is I luvo never observed that you hesitated il you tn thu think but it is u mistake ami 1 commenced this book I have had any tin in her of them come to me and declare that I not to write a 1 not a nud all but those folks egin to tie me I am disposed to If choose to write a I but how the hing 1ms bothered me am glad of know now us poor wretches to a ol is all very well for who have nothing se to replied Mr. with a aua expression of But you write wo sermons a week ami novel I thank one of these occupations Is Enough for said my u But how are writing iu or ia it alt I it Sn jou arc making a big If you not careful yon will have a devil you bunting and help I tell you to irst and get It your Jou u yourself a tremendous i. send It iu said You must 1 beg ol for the of he artistic construction of thu to niak itic job of here said the written that book all through once from be to And then will lie that 1 bluet than J ever Mas ire in my but 1 was despondent 1' tlir replied have been iid jou do I and 1 pitched all I hud writ en into the waste basket and commenced nd wrote just what I ami now 1 lire a whether people liuo it or Wort for the eorn is not all planted it Id done now If of spread it on the land and it and then a little in the to the corn some uso or lor this Jf jou aie to plant use Ibe Sweet coin luay be planted ai to secure a for the in now fully time lo plant for they are up all danger of dost will be and Mohawk ue good bush For pole thu und are Common white for usu may be among the last of and do well on poor forget the importance ol this crop to help out during the weeks ot summer the Iced is short In the md ulio lor curing lor Sweet corn pro us the best but other will f that Some NOW uid or it but a is o sow in HOOT If not already attention nt im well aim Ihe be from twenty Indies to two HitU and Turnip beets for winter ise may bo flown It In well to soak seed Sow all with a chine to seed be sown iho last week of but will do in favorable il gown a week Drumhead and urc he for The latter lor The Red for you are fond ot this a for witli your may bu planted the last of month in four feet The White Spine is of the MELONS should he planted the same hue us the und the same The green flesh is one of the Black and Mountain Sprout are good LETTUCE be and eo on until warm for family same should hu done witli thin frequent sowing for or SQUASHES should be planted tlie last of and the marrow may be as I ite as and good Put the siv led and manure They mix bully If ed near other Tho Boston Harrow nnd Canada aic thu TOMATOES can be transplanted fi om the hot J. J. ana Dealer to Traveling Bags SEED tly from Ravins via tiro enabled in null HH low as Four Boors East ot Petroleum Bank PA. uc num jcd to tho as soon as danger of is Don't plant the free growing varieties too It well to mulch them is one of the best of It good culture in a rich There is no about thorn if pood need Ia The Early is one ol the forget to the Soo that ail the chick shepherd's witch sorrel and weeds that nuke their mcc early are especially from strawberry which should bo before Hoc the early peas and the soil about nothing better to hasten their This should he not Take no crop from plants set It Is n very valuable SWEET arc easily ami useful in Tlic seed should but ft alight It should started In April or early in and but it be sown and do pretty Sweet Summer Savory and nni the may bo sown any time though it will be hotter if the plants have been started In n hotbed and are cover nil small lightly wcM such ns and ers should now bo turned out Into ihe should be hy all tlic arrangements for n good Plant a il U bo only n it adorns the and cultivates the for the New York Timet We have received of Mr. we lately heard BO on Ihc cession of Il of And In the trest in of tbo In It the discovery ol tlic tho navigator and goes down to the treaty of it la and from numberless less H offers us In men til nnd All In these or or In oar of will bo Anxious to ice the Wo regret that fin length It to glfo K to our It would fill like sixty And tlic Times contains hut SAL SODA SODA PENNA. SALT CO 1'A. The Lion of the OU COUGH from of tho Mont lira THIS 1UCMKDT In highly for tho and of of or nnd all to Manufactured and mul hy j. H. liti of mil t mill o Juni H. L. nml In Liquors arid Ono of our lit a of NKW VOKK ami liy KOIl wo nro to Hell ANY TIIK OIL ny promptly been for thu city of for thti 1307 anil Wj died on anil It now prepared civo liy iho City running at that may tic brought lo thu public Tho authorized liy tho Oily will be to partion tha So received from under twelve yearn oltl accompanied irom tho or guair dlan or employing on a largo rlaM of Fowling CapH and of All ft Im Plated al ani Fancy and Jewelry promptly an T. No A MERICAN LEAD PENCIL COM PANT HKW HUDSON NKW CompAny In now fully prepared to 3Z A 1' Ti C I r. 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