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   Titusville Morning Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1867, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                BLOBS BK03. COGSWELL. nr. w. H. o. BLosf, fA'tf W.V.-- To jl.tll Subsurlboris or by Currier, per me' nieiHum lu Oil licu-Ionu The Titus7ille Weekly Herald I'liMhiicil uvery Thursday, f" 00 Per Year in Advance. AUGUSTUS CASTLE, FiCTItULUUV HANK IILUUE, I'onii-r ot_ t'pnnif and Kmnltlln nreoUs 1- I T SS V 1 L. J V. A Un. coiml il.tty on liwsul will polectedntock COI.I) AND SILVER American Watches, Ladies' GoldWatch.es, GOLD ANDSILVKH OIIA1NS, K1N08, LOUKKTS, K K i'fl, .TKWEI.IiY, ic. till.VKUAND rLATEDWABK, TKA SETS, CA8TOKB, UAKK BAUKETB, BUTi'SIl U1811K8, Bl'OOMB. to BOKTONT'S 1'KXd, the Itcnt wlUua iin.l foriillntCB HOTJCI. AND OKFlOi: OLOCK8, taleB HOUyK GI.OOK8, all ntylui. I'lBTOI 3 and KINK roCKETCDTLKKY FANUT OOUDB, ic. rantcd represented. MORNING -I.T _A_ 1 THE FIRS X FA.FEH. I E OIL E O- X O VOL. IV. NO. 81. TITUSVILLE, PA., FRIDAY. MAY.''31, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HARDWARE.' HARDWARE. (SUCCESSOR TO) y. n. av co. Dottier in nil of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, HAII.8, KOl'K, BKLTISU CA" 8INO, TUUINO, AND WKLL-KJXTUKES BLACKSMITHS Will find a full of Iron, Home Show, i'urrlerit' KUUOH, Kasjitt, ic. COOPERS !an Always tind tho bolt Tools In tho markot Also, Mock of IIoup Iron an1) Onrnto'k of HEATING- and COOKING STOVES H tlio farirot in tlie Oil lit-ginns, anil IB of no great a of pjttornB, including the NEW INSTITUTION CI.AHK .Si HAVES. Iliutentablloliptl his lii'.idqinirlwi o-i llio UOKNKB OF Bl'ltlNO MCINICOB a'l H.' Whero linn ..I'vor liilllnj nt OATS, IIA1T, FLO UK. SALT. POTATO UNIONS M'l'LES, A.C.. itc., U H ll'l 111 LOWFST VMKKKT FOU CVSH. A LAHUr.; AHU Wfcl.L ASSIIKTUI) SPRING STOCK! JUtiT KMOKIVKD AXI) OFKEUKU VERY CHEAP FOR CASH. I3IMIRAIM RALPH, FrftliVHn StrftLt, East four duora bul6w Sjtilng. tdTA I'apir la rcadlnoww al an Unit.., r.d I all work warrentod to e wathfactlon or no cliariro An jnnMirt hung 15 oonUi [icr roll. April li, 1891. BRIOOS SEVERANCE, General AganU far the WOOD MANN I'OIITABLI XNGINKB Offico ovur Vint National Bank, Titoivllle, J. T. BIUOG8. I.. II. 8KVKKANOK S' COTT GROSSMAN vlng junt opened a UHOOKKY AND I'ROVISION BTOKK, 00 rino atrcct, In hnlldlnK formerly occupied by K. V. Fulkenon, whero they will keop conflbmtly on hand a choice and well 8KL1CUTKD STOCK or GKOUKKIKHj which they will noil clicap nny holme In tlio city Ploefto tftTe IIB a call. mitt? HCO'IT CKOHHMAN. TSIWIJRK IN TIIK KCttalNQTON IS8UKASCB COMPANY OF rill Jituorillc Xutald CELEBRATED IRON GATE C O A F, K U K E If AM) ttTKWA ilT'S, FOlt WOO1> OUCOAIj thai wu arc confident IIQIIU need bo without nt a Sow price. Parties UODE1-S FOR PATENTS, cat rtud at QUrnUirc nn OS.KJ.fenced hand (Mr. J. (J. WIIOHO work In Unit Hue Hpe.ilxB for Itntlf. In the unit IT of STENCIL PLATE CUTTING, Mr. Wi.ro given lito person il attention nnd thoio "Hfiiclion In Citirycaise. Jorilflo mamifurtt.ro nil Lhiilii of BIIEKT IRON AVORK SMOKESTACKS, COl'l'Klt AND T1K- WAlti. Ac IU, ACUSM1TH81 latgu lot at very low rattH. "ARNAlJOLPrS" uviiK'JME- TKKh, w th T1IKKMOM K'l'MfH h. d ULABH TllIKftf, ri'KOMKTKKS, UAIIGKB, Ac. Our Block of Ma.'liiiu'iui'i Boltn mul Wuod OP L.it{ S icws, in IAIVU nnd complete. 11 Smith A Weapon W1 nml XiiHon- il" KevolvL-rc, 1'lntoN, Ititlm ami Hliot Uonru FurnlfOiinii Omul-, Plated WATT, Cutlery, 'olut BUi-, lini- ctutk. We arc liMmjr HID hiijliGJt nrleu for old Iron, (Jop- MitrStork everj-ltihu.; Ill tlic Hard- Hire line, will ut ullftiilirn he com- mid tint 11 ff it CASH iHlNillCMi, mill i lie fuciliiioM we far buyiitir, feoi uwBiiruil that wo CILII imtke it an ohicrt fur irVI.UY MAN who to cui! on F. W. AMES, At the old Ilrirk- Hardware St.irc, Dia- mond Street, opposite City Hull. TltilHllli-, Mny 13, 1807. SMITH HARDWARE MERCHANTS. Wo'srti now ii'd In olli r ;it Inducomt'tiUi to t ot artlclti." In the liuooi BI.AOKSMITJ16' TOOLS, KXTRA TIJII1NC AMI) CAIIKB. ALL RINDS OF Oil, W R I, S t! P P 1, 1 R RON, NAILS, PLATED OOOD9, TIN WAKE, ANDSTOVB8 OF ATI- D H S I; I P T I O H S STOIIE TRUCKS, KEVOLVEK8 OK ALL KINDS, HOUSE FURNISHING GOOD3, TIN WAKE, (XH'PEK WARE, We art1 iho nolo for tlic celnljrat.c'd ilio in market. All kimU Tin, Copper Slicei Iron ork on nhort notice. Wo Intoml to koon K nnpply of evcrythlnKln onr line and toiln IniBlnofc In ft c.iHflfiwiory manner to bur OWT faclUMfii foi RriUnH Hooiln MR umxee; nn.i our loetitlnn very Rnlldlnga, and Irnmllnre taken at rewonallc rate.. WM. WRIOI.KY, AKcnt, Office on Wa.hlr.fton Initwecn Vine aoj utrcclt, TUnnllle. Four Poors EMI of KlMt National on Dlnmond Street. By dtrlct Mtf nthtn to tmnlnoM and of vo cipcd llhcrftl Awe ot f SMITH HINKI.BY. RepubUcau State Coiive.iUo.i. iJAmrsBDRQ, April Thu" Itcnublican Convention" will a the 11 o Willhsmnpoit, on Wuducuda' tho 2fUh iif ,Iuni tiuit, at 10 o'c A. M to noniin.it a c mJidatc fur Jutlgc of ttiu Supremo Court, and Lu in itiutu nrojior for tlio ensuing Aatinrt'torore. tbo OoiiMtntlun tit1 uprofluu alive and Benutoilul liosun i thu way, anil uquiU in nuintvr to ttiu wliolu of th Sciiiitori and llfproflentativef in the Uetu ml A liy onlvr of iho State CctitriU lUuidBSLT, A. BISIKDICT SecrL'tartCH. J. KOBLKY DUNOLISOS. 5 Primary Meetings- I'nrsuant to a Joint of the C unity Con Hie Ucjuibllcnn of C'rnwfonl Uoiltil wili iiu't't pliicuB of hol-iing tluct.on In their r KUIDAT, JUKiE vffn Die hcuni of one mid wveri o'clocli T, M to follow iig oJllcts Unu person for Sk.tc Soiiator. Two jMireonifor One IIITSOII for County One piTHOti lor Coinniititiloiier. OIK- pornoii lor Onu piTiton for Jury Commlnsionur The return .luilifcs of thu will r i tlir Court lloufeo, in un '1 in Junt 25th, ono o'ciock 1'. M., to nnnounco u'wult ol clvctiun. undulro to appoint a Cuuuly Cotimiittu jmpiifivd of oiienu'tnlier from t-nch ccl on district! 1. Tlio ttnns for JinooiiQcc'iiK'nlH in tho WEEKLY IIKB- LD aru SB follow: Bontite, flO; Arteembly and Trca- Buror, J5 each; ComraiBcIoner, Auditor and Jury Comtiiin-ionur, ?3 each. Terms for announcements la thu WoiiMKG IlKitiLD Bcnute and jAsscmbly, Treasurer, Coin in oner, Auditor Jury Co m- Rlontr, Jo. muni ncuomiiuny Uio nun avery liijlitnci-._____________________________ 8HNATK. Col. C. McCoy will be a cntidldutc for the ofllcoof Senator, aultjjct to thu ueagun ot tho it'iMiMican daw II. Ij. Hichnumil will be n cnndidittc for 'tiitc Sfiiatu aubject io thu ueitgos of tlic Ki'imbllran )artj. Morrow In reply to n lettereittncd by tlireo Iinmlri'tl of TiusMlllt', r< qiirKitiii; him to be n uiiddidutc ic clou tlOII lltot-CBlltnr, tlic USO of tita tulijuU tu the ol KtttuWiunu imrtj. liililursl IMtMtu .utnoiiticc tliat JOBKl'll T. CH AHR, prracnt inumlHT tiom C'ruwford lonntj, will he ncindiilutu lor u- election to tlie nlnturu nul'ji'ct to lhi n part) it (lit; primary clue1 Inn Editors: Plvabc announce tint JAl'T. J, HOY.> VBPY, of wilt n ci.niJi- -luie for Hie Acbumbly, Hutjott lo uciloii ol the Ito- pulilicim pirty at tttt prliniiry and obligo WtiBierri frlcndB of the Captiln'n. RIeKsrtf. Editors: Msmy of thu friends of KBV. J. I- HATS, lirinj.-In-fore Urn Itt'puli. 'iciiit cloctore, at tho ennuliiK primary tluUiuti, liiit la-rie IIB .lOJiididato for tho Aaaoinbly. He ally of Mendvillo, will tie .1 cnndl Uto for tho I subject to tlio deciMlon of thu Primary Eluctlons In Jiinu iimt TrtaNOti In Civil From tho Xuw York Tribitno. Can n ftovrrninent, which, nftcr n nnd ilxious has put down nn id formidablu Rebellion, proceed to tiy and Un dcfuiitud udvurrjaiiud as tnilloisl1 ThU la r cut] fly answered In the nlllrm- ulvo by iffiinrnnct' nnd uldo by >v Isdoiu iuid culm Let in enquire and confllder. Uiniuestionahly, n (Jovcrniuent tuny refuse "rotu lliu outael to He douiustlu foca as in lawful war. It may bay o them as MnxiinlMnt) did lo Ins Mexican ndvur- You arc not warriors, hut If I'npturcil by nriules, alu'll tp-atiis ariL'sted felons.1' lint ihl.i ia n iiisMnx.lt) veiy likely to ills- ovcr, Tliu Oovcintnent wlilcli LruaU Us enemies s lutons must to have ita ndhcruntct trent- d hy those have itSboldiers slmt it hnitK ciipiurud, if U shoolR and li.niga tlUSt! WllOlll It rule U uclb ujinn will hiiielj n-oik tiotli On the tn.tin the ttocltltic pcucrally leld hy Anierlean H lutes men and pi lor o 1800, will hu found flnseinetly by >uiiel Wubster, in tits iwhlrcsa .un laying tbu ornui mone ol llmikor Hill Monuuti'tit (June 7th, wherein lie snys of the const qiteiices tltai memorable couibut: "Tlu' bitild of Uunkcr Hill was attended with he iiiuaL Iiuporiiuii vflccls beyond Its immediate eaults JW i. military engagement. It created at nice a Blatu of open, public wur. Tlieru eonld iOw be 110 loiiacr a question of proecctHng eahiftt InUU idtiatts, UB ftuil'-y of treason and ro- luliion. That fearful crisis w.is The ap- joal now lay to the it word atid the only qncu- ion was, whether the spiiit and rcHOiirct'H ot the L-ople would hold out till the Bliould be Hear In mind that our fathers h.id not even i-Llured tlicir inilependenct; on the 17th of June, 775, when they nt Bunker Jill Ley li'ui not definitely resolved on separation loin tlic mother country. In the eye of British ol tho law of nations, for that hey weiu simply rebels, resisting the authority nd the army ot their legitimate klnir. Yet Mr. VebBter holds that tliu naked Tact that they re- lated In Imttle array, nnd'-r tlic command of heir constituted local autljO. itles, precluded any hi! piucecdlnga against Lliem us "indlvidualn ol treason or rebellion." Ol course, Mr. did not originate tills loctrint'. lie found it Interfiled throughout our entire Revolutionary li.story and "hus, Chief .Justice Marshall, in Jiis Life of Viishington, relates tbat, when Gen. Gage, com- nanding tlie Kind's lorces in I.oston, arrested st'Vruf eminent Whig civilians und lodged lliciu u j.iii, along iviih our captured olHcers and aol- ditrA, to be dealt, with us traitors, Washington i-monatintcd very eerlously ngalnat tbU itlable (says whllo Oen. ii-KC regarded the Americans merely.ai rebels, nd treated them as If the great national Msitt- ance they were making on principle was to he '.cwed as the act of a lew tlar.ng and lurbultmt udtvuluals" and, as such, wioto Gage: "pris- oners whose lives are, by the laws ol the lantf, leatincd to tlie cord." Washington nt on-jc in- tituled metisuics lor retail ition, ftliould tliia allon of law and of the laws of war he carried ioto ctlccl, and tliereby brought the Hrit- sh Genaral to a recognition of tho just nriiicl- ilca of wnrt'ire, cnunclftiud by Vatlcl id oilier writers on public law, Jatnes Otis, the WyelU or John Unas of our Devolution, Alexander Hamilton {in the Feder- and all our Revolutionary publicists of my authority, refer to and quote from ViUiel's j iw ol Nations ns Betting fonh the judgment of lie world in accordance with the doc- .rinea ol Webster and Waaliiiigion cited. V.iUcl, In his clinptcr on Civil War, "lint what conduct ahull that sovereign observe toward the I answer, in conduct as shall at the time bo tho most eonnonant to justice and the most snlntnry to the State. Subjects who rise against UiOlr prince without cnnso deserve severe pun- ishment yet, even in this case, on account ol the number ol delinquents, clcmcney becomes n duty In the sovereign. A civil war breaks the bonds ol soctcly and goTcrnincnt, or, at leant, suspends their force and tllcct; it produces In tlic nation two independent partii-D, who lonsider caclt other as cncmion, And acknowledge no com- mon judge. Tliodc two pnrtics, therefore, must nct'pnsnrlly IHJ considered u thenceforward con- stituting, at Icnet for n two separate bodies, two diBitiicUoc.fttlcs. Though one of the may hnvo been to blame in breaking the unity ol the Slftie and residing ;ba arenottbo in fACE. wbu shall judge them They niand, there- fore, In precisely Ihc sums" pretJlcfttiient two nations, wlio cngnga in content, and, bclnjc nn able to conio to an agreement, have lo anas. This being the case. It is very evident llmi tnc common laws of wur ougltl to be by boih partirs In every cMI war. For Ihc eamo reason which render nn observance of maxims matter of obligation between Sf iio am it becomes equally, find even more in Ihe utiliuppy circumstances of two iu- eunsed parties lacerathis: their coimuou country. Thud ihoiotixiHU iuVtit Sintu Lwosopuratebodica, who prutcnd lo abgoluto Indopcmlonce, nod be- tween whom ihero id no judge. Tliuy decido lliolr quarrel by arms (not cum is of and as two ditfereut uutious would uo. The obligation to obourtu Ihe cotumon of war toward each otlier is ihcreforo indispensably bind- iiii; on both parties, and the whieli the of uuturu imuosw ou all nation? iu between Suite and Slate." SADDLERY. The The New correspondent of the Syracuse Stuitttaril tells tho following btoryof the lle- "onis.t lleecher nnd bis Hast new T.ilking of words nnd atory-m iking, a eonver- .Uon took pUvuu between a Ivimul ol mine who lias made books, nnd Mr. Bec-cher, legarding which was nltogethor eli.iracicristic ol the good Don.ltite possessed 5011 to novel, Mr. Bcecher? I can't tell you, pi wisely. I have always re- fused to do that thing; but Boiincr would uot me u tuoiuuut'd peacu uuLil 1 Uad promised. I was influenced by two price md time. I have some things to bay which may uot be tuid iu the pulpit." "And that U the idea, is I luvo never observed that you hesitated mueb il you wjnted ,o MI} .inyUiiujr tn thu pulpit." "People think so, but it is u mistake ami aiuce 1 commenced this book I have had any tin in her of them come to me and declare that I >uglil not to write a uovcl. 1 not a mi.iib- nud all that; but vhen those folks egin to tie me down, I am disposed to fight. If choose to write a novel, I will; but how the hing 1ms bothered me "I am glad of wj-11 know now wh.H us poor wretches buvc to'sufler to m.ik'j a ol it." "It is all very well for you. who have nothing se to replied Mr. Btctbcr with a lugtibri- aua expression of cDunUunnce. But you write wo sermons a week ami doiivcr novel time." No, I thank you, one of these occupations Is Enough for said my frieud. u But how are writing it, iu numbers, or ia it alt liuiahcd I mi) flt'ndmg it Sn numbers." "Then jou arc making a big mistake. If you ,re not careful yon will have a prlnlei'ct devil iuieliig you about, bunting (or and tin1" icineti help you. I tell you to "J00'4 irst and get It oil' your lian'1" Jou Wi" u icttur yourself a tremendous hotli- i. jJon't send It iu s-umll lots." "1 said Ikccher detlantly. You must not. 1 beg ol jou, for the e.ikc of he artistic construction of thu story, to niak itic job of "Look here said the Dominic. iftvc written that book all through once from be .inning to And then WUMEO will lie limit; that 1 bluet than J ever Mas he- ire in my hfe. Oli, but 1 was despondent 1' "I apprcc'talc tlir replied inyt-jiupii liit-nd, "I have been there, hu', nh.i iid jou do V" I tfot Uiiid and saucy, 1 pitched all I hud writ en into the waste basket and commenced frcsl nd wrote just what I thought, ami now 1 don'i lire a whether people liuo it or not." Wort for the Season. tlio eorn is not all planted jet, Hit, ooner it Id done now tlio better. If }tni ban, [filly of m.inniT spread it on the land and it in, and then put, a little in the hfll to Bl.irL the corn some uso htiper-phOHpliate, or ;uano lor this purpose. Jf jou aie ohllgud to plant JiUc, use Ibe Hin.iller sorts. Sweet coin luay be planted ai to secure a for the table. in now fully time lo plant be.uis, for beftire they are up all danger of dost will probibly be past. While's Knriy and Mohawk ue good bush betns. For pole thu Lima, ttulr.t, llortlculluitil, und (Jninbuiry are good. Common white bu.u.A for wlnUi usu may be among the last of crojis, and geiier.illy do well cvon on poor soli. CoitN forget the importance ol this crop to help out during the weeks ot summer wlien the Iced is short In the pn-tnro, md ulio lor curing lor winter.' Sweet corn pro dii- us the best fodder, but other eorti will itnsivur f that C.UIUOL obtained, Some NOW hrtiadewt uid li.urow or it In, but a bcucr is o sow in drilta. HOOT Cuoi'S If not already -imuUl ru- celvu attention nt TUCBOH im well m.iuured, aim ttioroiigbly puhelided. Ihe dillls abould be from twenty Indies to two ip.ut. HitU H.igan and Turnip beets for winter ise may bo flown later. It In well to soak seed bcloie sowing- Sow all liic'bc Kooild with a ma- chine to snve time.. seed nviy be sown iho last week of May, but will do in favorable scusons il gown a week later. Drumhead and S.woy urc he bctt for market. The latter lor home. use. The Red C'ttbbage for pickling. you are fond ot this plant, s.ive a groui.u for bcttur witli your ''hankeiiiving tuikey. may bu planted the last of .he month in liilla four feet npait. The White Spine is of the best. MELONS should he planted atmiit the same hue us the above, und ubout the same diftiance apart. The green flesh is one of the heat. Black Ijnnlah and Mountain Sprout are good varieties. LETTUCE may-now be sown, and eo on until warm weather, for family use. same should hu done witli thin crop, frequent sowing for m.iikfl or hniiif use. SQUASHES should be planted tlie last of Mny> and the marrow may be as I ite as June, and good results. Put the hlllii siv led apart, and manure well. They wil! mix bully If plant- ed near other varieties. Tho Huhhard, Boston Harrow nnd Canada Crnolcneck aic thu best. TOMATOES can be transplanted fi om the hot J. J. McCRUM, ana Dealer to HARNESS, Saddles, Mridtas, Trunks, Traveling Bags u'liips, Robes, lankets, SEED BAGS, urrliiMlttt; iltrct tly from llrat hivtidi', Ravins protlt, via tiro thcroby enabled in null HH low as an; Hoiigc. STREET, Four Boors East ot Petroleum Bank TITUSVILLE, PA. BCplS iu.MA.TUK3 C.M11 uc iranapianieu num LIIU jcd to tho Held, as soon as danger of is over. Don't plant the free growing varieties too near. It well to mulch them by-mid by. is one of the best of veg- etables. It requiirs good culture in a rich soil. There is no diillculty about thorn if pood need Ia obtained. The Early I'ans is one ol the jest, varieties. forget to fiffht the weeds. Soo that ail the chick weed, shepherd's ppiont, witch Brass, sorrel and weeds that nuke their nppear- mcc early are dui? out, especially from nmorii; :hc strawberry bcda, which should bo ll.oronglily wcodcfl before Hoc the early peas and Bllr the soil about tl.i.m; nothing better to hasten their growth. This should alwajs he pulled, not cut. Take no crop from plants set thlrf year. It Is n very valuable vegetable. SWEET Ilicitiis arc easily grown, ami useful in household. Tlic seed should rectivo but ft alight covering. It should bteu started In April or early in May, and traiwplnnlcd, but it mayfllill be sown and do pretty well. Sweet Marjoram, Summer Savory and Sag'1, nni the beat. FI.OWKU HKKDS may bo sown any time now, though it will be hotter if the plants have been started In n hotbed and are transplanted; cover nil small lightly wlvh wcM pnivcrlred earth. Bunnifia FI.ANTS, such ns Verbenas, I'elunift1', Fevcrfetis, Oeranluina, Lautanns, and mnny oth- ers should now bo turned out Into ihe ground. D.ihlini should be hy Juni! liniflh all tlic arrangements for n good flnwrr Rftrdcn. Plant a garden, il U bo only n fiinntl one; it adorns the home, and cultivates the l.vuo for the 'icaulifdl. Speech. Tlia New York Timet Bhy0: We have received proofc of Mr. Snrancr'it speech, nboul wl.lcli we liavc lately heard BO on Ihc cession of Iluscliin-Anicrlca. Il !s of suipcndons And In doulnlcan the trest nc- COUHL in fx.atenco of tbo Autijccl In qucallon. It Itcplna will) the discovery ol tlic country, tho navigator Hchrlng, and goes down to the treaty of nnnoxfttlon. it la illnsiriucd numeroos and poclicsl Rcmps from Ctccro, Woiwtcr, Milton, Hyron, Campbell. Goethonnd numberless others, less H offers us lilntfl In men til philosophy, botany, nilncmtOKy nnd Intcrnnilonnl law. All porton IntcrcAtcd In these or colliucrnl topicn, or In oar ncwAdiiililtion of RnmlnH will douul- Ifhs bo Anxious to ice the speech. Wo regret that fin length It to glfo K to our rondcra. It would fill rorndtilnp like sixty colnmnn, And tlic Times contains hut fifty-six. MISCELLAMBouo. SAL SODA SODA ANH. !CAUST1CSODA.' PENNA. SALT MANUFACTUR'G CO PITTSBURGH- 1'A. The Lion of the Day. HOAIUIOUNI) OU COUGH CANDY, Gotupmimlcd from 't'troaty of tho Mont Oulv lira led, Kulntnry TnffriKllentn. THIS AOUIEKADLn 1UCMKDT In highly rocommcttilpil for Cloarlng tho Volcn and Ke- OOUOH9, UOLDB, IrriUUuri of Throat, Whoophu Uoiivrh, Aitllirna' rithiotiKii. I'ulpititfon of tliu Hffin, Hhortituxt or Uronth, I'mfufe Kiprtl-unillmi nnd all IMnoaum IcnA- ni; to OoiiHttmpUoii. Manufactured and Sold, Wliolcmto mul Kclull, hy j. H. iin.r, liti Triuli) Huppllttd wllli of mil t tlio l.owcMt Maniifi.cturliiK Ki.lwt. mill o Juni H. L. HERSHBERC CO., Wlioli iulc nml llduil Doalvr> In Liquors arid Flour. Ono of our tiftrtnara lit a rmlilunt of NKW VOKK OITV, ami liy BUVIKU tXOI.UfllVKI.T KOIl OA81I, wo nro eimltli'J to Hell OWEBTHAN ANY KSTAHUSIIMKNTIH TIIK OIL KKOIOH8. Onleni accorapanlrd ny tlio ejuili promptly eioetital. TrTDBVll Lit, MITV J'Jifl (mlincrlber li-ui been J'onnd-Mftitor for thu city of TltiiHvlllc for thti 1307 anil Wj >ISH lo- died tliu I'onnJ on Murtln nlnet, bctwcon ttrttig HtroctB, anil It now prepared civo ftll atilnu-.H thhtnroproliHilted liy iho City Ordl- .KucfK fnurt running at that may tic brought lo thu public Tonnd. Tho authorized liy tho Oily will be pilil to llio partion ilrtvIng tha .wine. So anlmalii received from under twelve yearn oltl inleM accompanied liyanoto irom tho or guair dlan or npi-flonH employing them. KZrtA OLARK, ronml-UMMtcr, ,prl5. Kcsldonco on Mtroet JPORTSMEff ATTENTION. Jiint rccclTcJ, a largo in1 flmt rlaM of Fowling Rlflcn, Powder, Htiot, CapH and JportlmK of All klndH. Aluo ft nnwly Im Plated iitock al Jowolry, Watclm, Olockn. Bllvor ani >ortoil Waro. giaUonory, Uutlcry, Fancy Jeo. Watohea, Olookii and Jewelry promptly ropalreil an i'lnU-d pLWfttohci, II. T. NTJHli No A MERICAN LEAD PENCIL COM PANT HKW YORK. KAOTOftY, HUDSON CITY, NKW JKR8KV CompAny In now fully prepared to TL. 3Z A 1' Ti C I r. W aVICqual In Qnallty to tfcfl nmftdl. Tko Company frcat paim MK! a lariR capital In op Uxlr Vaclory, and aik DM ADuncin I'ubllo KTVyo thWr 1'cnclla a fair trial. ALL 8TTUC8 AMD ORAPK8 ARK MANUFAC- TURED. Great caro haa Kor n baatownl lo tho mannfcf taring gipirlor IHCXAOON DRAWING I'BNOIIX. .p.. daily prepared 'for llie um of Kmlnccnr, Archltecu, A complou oOMIantlyMI fair WTIM to tnM at their Wtiolnwlfl room, JOIIH rcnella are lixl at all principal WMJonan Md If Mlon IMalon. ASK FOR TIIK AMKKIUAN I.KAD IRON WORKS. M: DIME CO., PIONEEH.lPA.j H A B R E WELL SUPPLIES, IBKASS AND IRON ITtTlNUS, NOBRIS TASKEK it CO.'S BEST LAP-WJtLDTUBINQ, Xeited, if desired, to 500 Ibs. per Inch liEST WJ1ITE ASH SUCKER ROU3, WROUGHT IRON.OASE-IIARDEKED WORKING BARRELS. WowouliidkU Xbo uf Ibuflu a pcrtec OID PUMP to our ASE-UAKDENED, WROUGHT IKON ffow Ituiny luiuiuracturcd for U0. Thcio HtoJa of Ilia K1NK3T OASK-lIAimiCNKD ON TITK INSIDE Petroleum Iron Works, OU., A O H I N ISTS Iron and Brass Founders. F O It G 3311 W, MnmifiiutllrorB of KNO1NKS, BO1LKIU9, D1ULUNU TOOLS, O1U CUhAH, MU1-.LAV AND SAB1I HAW KIOS, WALK- ING 1IKAM ANI> HAND WHKKL IRONS, LOWS, AND ALL KINDS OF OA8T1NOB. Ft.v Hull) mill rmmtiuitly on liftnd, all kind, or TUB- ANtt CA.BIM1 oil aTUFlMNO ANDlKONyirflNOH BTKAM ANDOA8, WOKKIMU HAKKK1.H AND VA :IND, 8NOWU PATENT LIQUID 1'AOKINO with tlio Inte IntJiroremotitM. In addition to tlic atjovo WQ Iinvu In full opiiiatlon a Bit ASS li-OTJNIlRV AND 1IKASS KUII- HOOM rttoru wu all klrulx of Ilrann NOTK. attciutlon In c-.lh.il to our NKW noiLi'.lisiior Id IU Itcavy Uaohlnory for ANKS, STILLS, RO1I.KBS AND ALL NKOICaSAKV KK1-AII18. marlS _ I! DRY GOODS.________ C. H. AMES CO., WI1OLKSAI.K AND HKTA1L DKAI.KIMIN Dry-Goods, droceries, Hardware, A1LH, I ICON, H-l'KKr., IlOl'K, I1KI.TINO. BKL- LOWB, to., Whlrli we unt prapurDd to.ull 'he I.OWK8T CASH PRICBg. ur lor incli waOltlir outMlrai wo can attar BKTTEK INDUCBMBNT8 ftn you cnu gel ftnil ninnilne oui Hbirlc Miforo OUNKK OF 1'INK AND FitANKUN HTKKETSi AlHo, Unnnfrtcturrni nnil Dcnlcri n I'INE AND HEMLOCK LUMHEK. Urn Mock HKASONKI) LUHDKK an ti .kwml ardor Kliort notice. TltllltvlllA. Co., SopL 1C. IMA. R. D. FLETCHER CO. IIAVT SPRING STOCK OF MY.eOOOS, OOISIITIXO or IKES9 GOODS, WHITE GOODS, CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, LINEN, CLOMtlNGS, IA8SIM1CRK9 FOB DOITS' WEAR, TKIMMINH3, NOTIONS, alTO. FLKTOHER'S BLOCK. PETROLEUM CETRE ADV'S PRAOTIOAL JKWJtLEB AND WATOBMAKIB, fKTULJEtlU.CBHTOlt, PA. atrcry low All klrdi of repairing- h my line executed with pmmptnvfffti IjVI'Sctlon anteei l.pll) J. MIU.KI: o. BOI CO., TtlOTLT AVD BZCLmiTaLT COMHISBION alKKCUAKTS, rortheealeofCrnaVand BeBoed Petrolram, So. 1 Oedar street, Hew TorVul Pioneer, Will peraoial attention to tfae fblpMaw of oil In bond mncei made a MpUdtf I OSEE, HARRISON CO.. FA8I110NAELK CLOTttlKQ HODBI, ecf Petroleum Centre We keep eooeUnUy on hand a uKrtmeDt o GKNTLEMBN'd tborongh ullttaottob SB We kuep oulf Well Made, Goodfc OKNT3' KULimaUINO GOODS 09 ALL KIHDfl ikrccLiNTocK HOUSE; Corner of Washington and Main StrceU, PA. Tfifa Uouau having recently beca enlarged and Into our dandiu wo are now prepared to aceommo- !alo two hundred comfortably. Btagea leave hta hoiiBe three Urai-s a day, connecting with Oil Ullrond auil Kailroada tig East, Went and North; atao with the Utlru d for Ol) CJity thonco to TUloute and 1'roprietora. i: HOTEL, BO YD FARM, I' A. ilii HotoMflat tho Bouthern tcrmlaus of the Ou Ilailioad. oppoilto I'otroleum Centre, baa 6rt' clttHB accoinniountioEiB for tho trarollliif public, a new and well fopplleU llrerv eUble, und It but flre walk from McUllntock and Uj-do tuid Kglicrt W. C. H VDK Co 7. aupurldtcndcnt. wpt 4dtf HOTEL, 1'KTItOLKUM CKNTKK, FA. IIOUHQ In large, conimotlfoui, newly built, and cully furnUtiod. Tho Ubloe aru furnlihed with all the the acniton. ChaixcA always CoAch ruiin to end from the Uepot, connect- with Ml tnitiin J, B. UO WK, 1'rop'r.. nprlT-tf, _ -______ v TJESTAUKANT, AT BOTD FA KM 1'A. 'Wnrm jn the arrival and departure or all tralni it the Doyd Farm Refltnurant. W. A. F-VKNSWOUTU, 1'roprlctcr. N. for Mather Htcroicopic Views of the Oil KugloiiM. Ktum Durretl ftt ehoi t notice. Lunuhvn, Jidor, Tobacco, Jcc. [30CH ESTER HOUSE, Washington wtreut, IVtrolcam Centra, Pa. AMHBH. Proprietor, A.O.VAKHHAM HuyennU-ndont. Tlila Uoaae la wotrally located, and theftoncralhrad- [unrtcru of oil man. 'ft, IfOUSK, _ anil 2T Ilrotdwuy, W. V. Oppoelte Howling Qrecn, ON TIIK KUROPKAN PLAU. The UTKVUNH 11OUSK la well anl Widely known i llic puhllo. The location U eaneelally .alt- lile to merclmtitH and Ben; It la In cloae rotlintty to Ilio bunlneM part of tho In the iKliwiky of Huutlmm and Wt'.torH adja. enl to all tlic principle Railroad and Btfawboatdq---- Tlie.STKVKKH IIOU8K liaallbliralaeeom: ir ovrr .101 U woll litrnlahcd and moiluni ImliToveniKHV for tho comfort and enter- Unmeut of ItR (nmnti-H. Tnu tootnn are apacloul and vll with gaii and at- luliuice 1. prompt and ttie table la in mtmly provided with oronr delicacy of tint Kaaon rate.. OHO. V CO., iniiiill-ddtwOin. Proprletoni. 'SAAC HCHWARZ, _. r- WHOLMRALI OIALEI mrOITia, [an Jimt ro-oponed and now offera for aale, at prlcee leM tan can bo found In any market out of Hew York rfto und wdl-auleeunl etoek of NAG AN KBOCOIIKLU BIUNDIK8, HOL AND OINLO, IRlall AMD gfOTCH KULT WI1IUKY, WINK, (JHAatPAONK, UOR- DIAI, Agont for the Oroton Ale Brewery, N. Y Thu InrgcMt anaortraent of Cigara sad Tobacsa of al. Inda, Glaaaea, DeeaBtera, and Bar Itltlme enr omrea I thin market. iATiHFAOTioN OIVKN allcnuvi; therefore, hotel and aaloon keepera, plea.. i Petroleum Ccntn, Oil jNUliRTAltltiO MtMed to promptly at Petrolevm Centre by' MIJUHetSj MARKET. The new proprfotof of tbfe well known Market otflrmlnod that Ita fonuer reputation ehall be fnllv cpl up In tho beal manner poealble. Tbe e" ir. roits; JAMS, 8AOBAQK8, POULTKY, >ND O A M K Or TIIK f- ;rill bo to euatomera. The proprietor' loctfully a continuance of the patrooage TO bcatuwcd npon thu FultOD Market. declotf H. MlCEAIN Photographic TUX OLDKST XffTABUaHKD.IN TDK OIT, ItECJIONIS! In now ttioroaihly ronovktod ttd fliled nf (M the Trade. aAAIllon so tie r------------------ MAMMOTH CAMERA .paulo of taklnf'anapi aM VIEWS TAKEN TO ORDIR. Up one Ulilit of aulra I X LATMT AMD IUI iNEWSPAFERr SPAPERf   

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