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   Titusville Morning Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1867, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                jit CitninilU Bttni UT BLOS8 BROS. OOO8WXIX. W. W. HI.IUM, II. U. IIIOIX, J. II. UOMWIU. To Hall Kuluirlluiri, or by Owner, HUi In jo.r, Arlrertl.lKc Oil Itcd Tho Titusrtlle Weekly Herald Pul.ll.li.-a TliumJny, 92 00 Per in Advance. IRON WORKfr. TITUSVILLE. PA. MACH I Nl STS, IRON FOUNDERS ASD FORGrERS, Iron Tanks, Stills, Engines and Boilers. PIT riPK, JOWKl'H NASON A, CO.'B HTKAU AND GAB KI1T1NOB, MO Kit IB TABKBlt OO.'B OABlNO ANI> TUBINO Drilling Tools and Steel Jars. Itcpairintf of nil dotif, nil kimtfl of Oil Well Supplies kept contttatitly on liand ItriUH Works every description, Ac. We aro now In contracting ii BARRELS OF IIION TANKAQK Our citunsfvo experience in Tank KtilliHntf enftWes UH to AMiiretlie pulilio tlutt Morkof thia (Uscription etitnislod to UH, will 1m cf the liiulii'Kt order. Our Drilling Tooln arc ttic litgt manufactttrcd In thla K. of tdxuM %nil keep them on Imna for R.ilc. Our (icltctcil with itrcnt WuhftVu In our employ tho bunt Steel WorkmU In thli of country All klndnof work WAItKANTKD. WB' HAVE UKOKNT1.T BKOUKED THK KX- CLUS1VB AGENCY 1OK TUB OKLKDUATJtD "ALT.EN VALV6" ANDAttKI'HKl'AliKDTOrUHKISII.TIIUOUGIl ODK AOBNTS. THIS ASD ITS FAOtL- INOB, TO 1'RODTJCERS IN AT.t. 1'A UTS OF THK OIL HKOIOK. THK UTMOST UAUK WII.I. BK EXKliCISBD IN MAKING TUB 1-AOKINOS. WK HAVE UKOlCNTLY MADE AKKAKGrK- MKNTB WITH ANKWYOHK I1OU8B TO SUP- OS WITH MtATIlKK 1'KEl'AHKD E8- rJEU'ALLY FOB THIS VAI.VE. Kvery 1'tickinK olfered for Httlo will dm be carefully inspected ntxltliui WAUIiANTKD. The of our Ayents for lliin Valve ta fol MMnil A. IIINOKI.KY, Tlttunlllo IIRO'S retroleiim Cunlro. OK" II DUN TON, Pruiklln NEVANd A WATrtOV, i'loneer WINHdlt I5U08. 1'llhole. WATK' N' A. NKVAN4, Hull Hun BAUNKV DODDS.TIdloute. OurOUlui unil Sliop on Monroe Btri-et, neitr the Iii-lioU K. H.OlBns 0 M. WIIEKI rn. J T. HuBiri.I.. ..K h'W MISCELLANEOUS. THE Untv. run! Olothw ac In Hie worl.1 Vjrm..... lor wile 1 y___ J "V A COM AKB WKLI ASBOBTK: SPRING STOCK I JIWT RKCI1VKD OmKHI> VERT OHEAP FOR CASH fonrdoon brlow atal i 19 nnti MORNING HERALD. FIRST IN T H B O X X, XI E. Gfr T O VOL. IV. NO. 112. TITUSVILLE, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS." HARDWARE. HARDWARE. F. W. A. ME 8, (SUCCKSSOtt TO) F. M. Jk, CO. DMler In all klndi of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, NAILB, KOPK, BILTIKO. CA KINO, TUBINO, AND WJfLL.yj.lTL'KKf BLACKSMITHS Will Ond Hock of Iron, Hone Shoes, Hone I'incerp iTitur-viUr COOPERS !an always flni the best Tools in the market. Aluo, Btoct or Hoop Iron and KlieU. Our Block of HKATJNG and COOKING BTOVK8 thu )rt tlio Oil Ktgions, and iiofsu greit a of palUjrno, including the CELEBRATED IRON GATE C O A r. II U H N E R ASD TEW ART'S, KOIl WOO1> OR COAL, no arc contliluut noim need witliout nff stove L u low price. Parties wishing FOR I'ATENTH, can nd at our store an experienced tianil (Mr J. U. work In that line for itsolt In the mnltu.r of BTENC1L VVTT1XQ, IT. Ware gives bin personal attention nml tliomugh Atiefactloti In every C.13U. filno manufacture oil kinds of SHEET IKON VOIUC SMOKESTACKS, COIT.KK AN1> TIN- 'u. Ac large lot very w mtoi. ltNAnoim'H" BTANDAHD tlYDHOMK- KitH, wtli 'I1M fittuchul. UbABH UlhFB PTKOMKTKUB.OAUOKB, Ao. Oui atnck of Machine- an 1 Cnrrligo Holts ntirl Wood r Jjiut S n-wa, is I wye nml complUu. Smith WosnonV "Nntion- KutolVL-rn, lircech-Ioadlng and S linn, nlwayn on liand. Houn Fnmlililnff Ociodi, Plated Ware, Cut. rj olittt Sots, line etock We aro puj ing the hiylieat price for old Iron, Cop crnnd Hi UBS, everythingi" tUo Hard- ware line, te com- >lctv9 nitd by doing m. 4JAMH rlth the liurc for buying, nsHurvit Chat we can it u fur KVKK V ITfArv who wtlilta Hmrdwnro to call on F. W.AMES, A! tltr old Brick fltrdwarc Store, ii-iitl Street, oppoHltc City Hull. '1 bmUUi, IS, 1807. MITH HINKLY, HARDWARE MERCHANTS. B. DIAMOND ST., PA. POH PRESIDENT, Gen. Ulysses 8, Grant, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. Galusha A. Grow, OF PENNSYLVANIA. Subject to the Declilou of the Republican National Coureutloii. UNION NOMINATIONS. BTATf. For Judge of the Supreme Court, HON. H. W. WILLIAMS, OP ALLKUIIKNY OOTNT1T. DISTRICT. Fur Pcnilor, DWrct. Hni- nn.l L'riwfonl HON. M. B. LOWRY. COUNTV. For Members of 4 Rgemlily, For County Treasurer, .TOII3V M. CAtWITT. For Auditor, r. For Jury CommiBaionGr, A. Xt. We have in connection with our Hardware a Tin Shop, where we manufacture all our Tinware, and are prepared to make to or- der everything in the lino of Tin Sheet Iron or Copper. We also teep a large line of Stoves, among which will be found the Most Improved Styles. Our rule is to exchange goods for cash, to accomplish which, we are willing to sell at very small profits. SMITH HINKLY. Why Young Men tlo not Marry. Rev. Robert C'oHycr, tbe eloquent Unitarinu clergyman, rcce.4ly prouchcd a ecruion in Chi- cago on Daily in tbu couree of which lie discuBBtd social and cx- why youny ini-n do not marry When one paid laielj in tbc jircscnco of a 'raiik, outsiiokun vvoman m this City, ,hc reason men did nut marry was that Lhelr wives would not be content to begin to live u a homely fuehion, after they hnd been raised jii luxury, she replied, the woman IB quite as wlillug its the 111.111 to do [liat, aud I know of no woman in the circle of my uiqualutaiice who would not be coutent, for the euko of tho mail sbc loved, to cast her lot with him and make bis interest in every way her own.' 1 believe the young womati spoke the truth. When I hear a :nau Ht.utf ui cJi'iiubt-ra and constant jti his at- tendance at play nnd opera say 1 dare not marry, jocause 1 know no woman would he content to live us one should have to I eay to myself, it muy be true, but U looks very much like old Adam, who ate the apple and then turned around und Inid the blame on the woman. Let this be as ii will. Hero is the dismal fact slariutf us everywhere iu tbu fuce, and in no placu more than in our own city, that for social, or still worse renBOua, the beet youth of thu country IB held back lrom lu moat wcred duty as well an Ha most perfect "uUb into ilmi md iniet.ike of a u which thupnu nnd diMippointmetit hard- est always on Uiuwoni m 01 ihe man shuts iia eyes und his limn whun tlie spirit wulklng among thegoldcn i imps liippers to him ol borne maiden, 'That Is thy and says No, not yet for many a year to so cmrrks ut last iwuy on in life, when both lines Imvo become eel in theh own fashion, and their love hardly long enough to clve them the kindly iuuiu.it lor bear- .nice toward what is diBaltuUnr iu character and disposition, uutil they become rcvoicnt nnd rcvcrcnciiijf   Tttcy M ftiurijr bill fo ont for tHnvt. nvcning tlicniM-lus tde ol their roiitli Uc lotieliifL o Unit poor ln-i inlii; i to whom (iod lu.fl KI d wliiMi 3 on jri'L it llielr mil icn it is oilier one 01 the oUu-r ol thc-io. 'lhi-y win jiot huhiivu what, ii tuvu livuit hi tlie conn ,ry, uncoil twenty Units to be true of tin jinls ili'it slnir about us everywhere; that ncv l.ip new energies, and the littlu lellow who, u leu wtLka had qniic enough to do K tiUuc.tic ol hliiisill, ta now ciring for n nust fut list iisMicccaafully. They do uot bchevu tin Maker IMS mndo llieir life ofltaelf a n.ituni [ir.iycr lor daily hn-nd, tins provided thnt the an ,wtr shall bu ti> tlio ciy, or wl-cn they pr.tj ibuy mean by d.iil> hoard for two nt tli Sherman, the juivHrgu 10 attend parlies three tlnieKAWfcK ilironglioiit iliu whole winter, tn ukeatrij) in Hiimmtr. nnd miss TI chuiici: HI uny oilier pica- u re, cxpenshe Let it he that or .1 ilind ol that, wlnrh mako lliis fitnl finlinf; in the (lower ol the youth o tho tnun trotn ilnvird nnd Yale am nil ol thili line qiiulity --tiid the Uiongliifnl can not nut deplore the udiicitloi) that no ciin> Ihu lnr ininihood and LMUSU the bloasoining o jouih lo coiiiu lo bitch nn untimely end." A Theme lur M Opera. What ,i inafjnillccnt oper.i might be writtc with thn unfortuniitc Maximilian AA iiH hero Ulu of th.it 1'rinee, when lie. WUB At his hoin ttnlucc nt MirninoD. was ouo of calm enjoy mor lie a lovely wife, au nbuuiJai.t fortune, jjood librarj, n collctiion ot n.itural Iiisiory thing, In lo inuku n princely home tractive The tempter eume, and the cenp! were dnuled the erowns. t Mexico, under the prelection or the Frene nrmy, the coniniencenunt of their reign nusplcious; hut when iho rclMilhon Wiincon td ilio Mtxlcan Kinpeior icccuud Tim Empress Cftrloun, liriBtenlnff to Kurope I ftueure aid tor her liii-slnnd, her renaon, nil Miixinulian, who nobly relnsed to rneak w 1th the French troops, rcniAintd with adhe rutfl, wns bclr.ijrd by pretended friend, nn u.i" ul hut thai like a Uomero, the Mexican Minister, doua believe that (tin. Escobcdo fver mid or xn t.., re frbrlciltcl by lll-lnlcttltoned w are view to injure IhcMcxicftn cntisc. Sketch of Senator A of the Cincinnati Comtittrtittl the followhiK pcrnoiial skelcli if Senator Wudtt: "HU pttrcou wore Ainoug the poor people in Masflachusette, be never had but seven cliool.ug; >ct, at tbe age ot twenty OIIQ he bad cad a great number of books. He read the Bi- le through m a' winter by tiio light of jtne torches in wood-choppluK cabin. Hli ;randfather on hU nwUier'8 side was a minister, ud bad a BUI all, but wel.-svlcclcd library, aud to bis he wan iudebled iu his youth tor much valuable in forma I Ion. Mr. Wade is still tt hard tudcitt, aud what hcjBtudies is thoroughly mus- tered before ho lays it (town. "Tbu bablta of the Senator are peculiar. He lees at daylight and winter, nud makes Jhc fires in the bouse; tht.it he goes to bit e, makes the fire, Bwceps it out, dusts off the u culture, and goes to the stable to look after hla orsen. When he returns be wakes up the fam- y. and then goes to his study and reads until ailed lo breakfast. After breakfast, he takes a walk of two miles, and returns to his study and cads until three o'eloclc lu the afternoon, when jc mall comes in. goes to tbu postolHee, ets his own mail, and opeus and reads it. All otters to bo answered at oucc, are laid ou his ta- le, and the real tied lu a bunch aud put In his rawer, "requiring attention." He get over fifty apcrs aud periodicals. His wife, who IB a great eader, and a most intelligent aud accomplished ady, generally reads to him one or two home very night. Mr. Wade ie very fond of Nashy, ind all IMS (.tiers are lead at mglu, ibe nliolu lunlly can ti with him, for he Bays he don't like to lauyli lone. (JomicAl books are often rend to htm, aud inuec him immense (y. Ilia wife beiuguskul lor Cbrisliniis gift, bought him 'Old Mother nd ho was BO greatly pleased with her taste, that, o convince her ho appreciated her gift, he Icarn- d every Hue by heart and Insisted ou repeating to her almost daily. Of periodicals, the unster Review, the Atlanttc Monthly and Harper e roads himself, uud the rest are sent to the orally to be marked and read as the papers. At six o'clock each day Mr. Wade tinishcs ending hia papers and goes to iiis supper, lie aa not eaten dinner for twenty yeare, contending iafc two meals a day enough for anyone to it, and that he always feels better when he only its twice. The rest of tho family cat three U met- er day. Mr. Wade cannot eat anything cooked 3 grease. Alter supper he walks two miles and c turn 8 to his ofllce, which ho locks up at dusk id then jomg his family. lie retires early, svl- om Bitting up, even in summer, later than ten clock. For more than twenty years Mr. Wade as taken his daily walk of four miles, and it is IB habit that enables him to walk so much when Washington, lie always visits the Depart- cms on foot. TtwSeuaior.ii not a rich bui Ins a rofesslon, and by each year a part ot ulary. Ills income of seven or eight thousand oil sirs a jear is all he wants, as it enables him o live comfortably uud entertain his friends. Mr. Wade wns born at Feeding Hills, UBetts, in 1800, nud is thereto, e, cars ol age; huranatill shoot, a rifle withal- ost any man m Lliu SUie, He frequent.3 cm uutiiig and nshlug, and is very fond of thu ty of Bportsmcn. He is a strictly tempi mm in, nnd has never been known in hla wholu lift- be under tlie Inllueiice of liquor. Ho bas been Senator at Waehington for RuvetHccn ami ns four years a State Senator, and several State Judge." Ilhtli In a Street Car. The local of the Now Orleans Picayune relates Is: During the rain storm on Tuesday afternoon a ouug Germuu while rid lug In R Dryadcs rcet car, was suddenly seized with the premon- ory pains of labor The car was crowded, but hen a knowledge of the fact wua fully received the passcugera a seattcraiion ensued as if a oiub opt ned in their midst Messrs. H. and two continual indielom, however, held their osltion, and gallautiy oirered tliclr services In iy way that they could IIP made ivlng the approaching motliir Into tbe f soino ladles who ImpiH-ncd to come to rescue, the Inpoxciist d pi.ictitioucrs urrledly procured iim beuIueH ol u female ccoucher, uud the rcult n is m a short me, tho exhibition to the nttumhints ol a no boy, who, by IIiu wiy, si-rint-d to take DO mrtlcular notice ol his WHM rattier unusual and irupt appcarauce upon Uio stngo of life. Thu vent created i M Itemcnt In the uighborliood, and the ludlta ubose natural synv UhicB were aroused by the oc-curi euce, soon pro- idcd temporary ftccoiumod.it Ion a for tho little ranger and his mother, botli o! whom, we are tippy to Inform our readers, are doing as well as ould bo expected. Our two bachelors, consld- ring their limited experience In such affaire, ac- cd themselves In acredltable manner. Jduceu wr-.j -ji iim boy so unceremoniously each the eminence of a military itcr. Ills advent was certainly aomcwhat Napoleonic, ______ your chlldrens' Roomfl. Most parents bulorc letlrlug to rest, mukc it a luly to the (sleeping rooms of their cliil- ren They tio so In order to be satiblied that dangci la threatening thu little- ones. But If icy leave llio room with elohed windows and oore, they nhut in as great an enemy as firo, Itliough bis ravages may not bo so readily de- eded. Poison In tlicie, but tlctuMy. Mor.ili.tr (Xer morning do- many children weary, tilfiil and opprrssiid. Wli.it can it mean V" What c-ui It lie the motln r eilcs. In despair he has runourca to medicine. The constitution enfeebled, and the child Rets cause pci Imps, Is never to over crowd- d sleeping looms without pioper n'r, but H icveitlieless the right one. An intelligent lather Imfliifraciiu.iinted herself with the prln- plcs ,of vonlllation, will not n tire to her own room for the nlicht without Imvlng provided uHlciency of nlr lor hrr clilldieii, in the same inier ibitshe provides and regulates their light covering or uny other for refresh- ng hliiinliLr. Sumciimcs by judiciously lower- ing a window, and at other tlmei by looi open, this end maybe alt nud In many oiisi-i Hii! day and night nurseries coin mi airs. When this Is the ease, the window of the art her room uliould be left opiin, tbo doors iftwi-i n tlie rooms left open in sever u .beiitbcr, jonng cblldrt-n can bear tlila arrange iient if they not to a direct drought. What Is a f.illu r Imnj? near Cincluinli.was one oiichiiiK his little boy to reciie Ills Sunday school cwin H Wat from the (ouru enlh rhnplpr of tliihpw wherein he rclitcd 'lie pnrihlc of the ijjihLloiw imllvidiial who went about sowing t.lH'S Ac. "Wlint is a .iskcd ihcanuoni pirent. Jftlnmv I'ell me me my sou, wlint 11 "You hid Johinii. t idling down his -Cft and wiggtiug btofcet. Had 'cm 1" ttu.il the attonlflicd parent, open ing hH eyes rntbcr wide, vliy what do 3011 me ui Jolinnj "When joti didn't come home for three days last sild Jolnmj, I lie ml mother tell Aunt Supan lliat >ou WM off on n tare." Tbe Sunday school ICPSOII wis bronchi to nn abrupt close, and I he running little rogue, was sent to bed. J. J. McCRUM, md in HARNESS Saddles, Bridlea, Trunks, TriTeling Bugs Whips, Koliw, SEED BAGS, Petroleum Iron Works, liRYAN, D1LLIHGHAM CO., MAC HINISTS, Iron and Brass Founders.- KN01NKS, BOILKRK, DRILLINO TOOLB, OIK tiULABi llULLa.T AKD 8ABB BAW MILLS, PDMPINQBIQ8, WALK- INO BEAM AND BAKU WBBU. LOW8, AND ALL K1NDB OF OAffTMOB. HO AND CABIN irectly from ttrat MTfuf t> Job ont, we are th.trolty tnKll M low M uj IIouiw. SPRING STBSXT, Tour ot Petroleum TITUSVILLE, PA. AUGUSTUS CASTLE, (SUCCESSOK TO CASTLE JEWELERS. GBEAT BABGATJVS ___ ND 1BON riTTIKOB FOIt AltD 0A, IND, 8NOW8 PATIMT LIOV1D PACKIHO with the lale liiiprovemonu. In addition to the abof e we have In full A BRASS AHD BRASS PUR. NISHINft ROOM Wocte we Jo all kind, of Bntt Work. Biiwelal attention la called to our NK W BOlLKli nd lta heavy Haclilnery for building ANK8, KOI I.KltH AND HAK1NU ALL NIOU6AKY HIPAIB8. B.. D. A CO. R. D.FLETCHER CO. I1AVI HJEUK1VJCD TOXIB SPRIM8 STOCK OF DRY GOODS, u IITIILS Petroleum Bank Block, COII. SIMtlKic; KltANKI.IN STS.. DRY GOODS. C. H. AMES CO., WHOI.K8A1.E AND KKTAIL DKAIJCK8 IN Q Groceries, Hardware, IKON, 8TKKI, KOI-IE, I1KI.TINO, HUL- LO WB, LOWK8T OA8II 1'RICKB. Onr racllltloi for an nidi thai we DatUc we can offiir B K T 1' B K I X I) U C It MIC N T 8 than you can got elacwtiero OtOI and oor .lock M-rore makhiK your OllltNKK OF 1'INK AND KIIANKI.IN BTUKKTSi nnnfaeturnr. Dttulxr. I'lN'E AND IIBMUKJK 1.1IMI11K. Inruuntonk HKAWINKII I UMIlKli. ui orilnr .n >hnrl nnll BROWN BROTHERS, PI.BASANTVIM.B, PA., GENERAL MERCHANTS. C. A. WILLODOHBY, Esq. Dry Goods Department. TUB 1'nrin Sxpo.Ition tmmf nllrncted otlii-r visitors bualdcs crowned liuula. 'no never 10 full of thlcvm. Mi1" we nsMullei in liroicl il.-ijllplil. Sana (hi) s "luce, a tit pen- tipiuin was walking nimr tlie Cliinnionl I'.irk, w lieu a latl.obicrvlne lion Hie promunnUtr movements were cmliiirraeHed mulched Mi hat oil bia head and run nw.y with It. The victim pive clmac. It lilppopom cluwlnR n The ljt wnfl B00n obliged to map Hit lorrmH of which flowrrl from hit cheokn, nnd l  wltb 11.0 A iiuiii t "I' "lul wli.it w.u Slid mutter. Tim U n'1" related ndvenlurn, uiillnr, "1 nnlly am c.inimt Imdge moihrr I llmnjrlit my Ifff wciuftroncer." The new inmi yiiu don't mrin to If a Ilili I to lake join waith you could not pn-vi-itl lilm I tbu my cimiflihm.'' "in Hi it 'l'1'111'rofllliy It." mini's and took ualcli nnd chain fnn- obt'Rlly onlild rrcovtr from COI.. H. WARWRR. Clothing and Furnlih Ing Goods Department. WIM.IAM E. Grocery Ik Hardware Dep't. MISCELLANCOUt. PETIJO.LEUM CENTRE AOV'S 1 Uxkof WMC.W, Jewelry, ou, a very low raw.. POR Ol EKS, Uanulacturan of i ___ A [CELBl. I, I. IPKCMAX. o. BOH1M DiriTCKLEE, SPElVMAtr it CO., AID BXCUC.IT.LY COMMISSION MKBCHAHTB, FWIheialeorc'radeand BMIned Petnku, Ho. 1 Tew York, and Hoimr, 1'a. w4l (It. can HOBElHi. CcCLINTOCK Corner of Wiwhinslon and Main PJCTKObKUM DKTUKK, PA. rhu House tinvlng recently Wen cnlArtfed aad Into our nuiuX we Hm now prepurud to Keeoinmo- M two lotrf three tinic-iia connectlnc with Oil Oeek kllroad for Railroad! coniMet' cKut, Went North the JTannera1 id for Oil City, tbenco to TUioolo >nd tut, to Fnnklln, Mcii'lvlile aud the WeaL Proprietoimji 1 it, EXCHANGE: norm., BO YD FAKM, 1'A. Till. Hotel la at the terminii. of IL_ __ oukRallroiuI, opposite Petroleum Centre, hat flrr a.. accomiDouiiUoiia for the traveling pubUOiAncii DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, CF.OAK8 AND SHA.WL8, LINEN CtOAfUNGS, DOMESTICS, CASS1MKKES FOR BOYS' WEAR, TK1MMINUS, YANKEE NOTIONS, XTO We all to ealt and examine our atonic. FLETCHBB'S BLOCK. a. o. rtrroHKU ou April 18, 1H7 AMERICAN HOTEL, PKTROLXUU UKNT1UE, PA. bousu la largo, commoliou., nswtf built, furnished. Tuo are ftirnUhed with the of the eeBRoo. Charges always reawuble, A. Coach mu> to Hid from tho Depot, eoniuet- lOCHESTER HOUSE, WMhlngton irtreet, Petroleum Centre, Pa. HKSaMoCRAYr.....................Fnprteloi A.O. KARNHAM...................Superintendent. Toll nonne centrally located, tho general head nartenofotlmen. Piwoleum Centre, Pa., Aupiat S, UW. GO TO LOSEE'S ad takii n Uwtk al 111. Hpti'mlM Ntuck ol AND WINTllIt K Al.l, KIKIIH, T a A r H F H B N I 8 B I M O OOODB No. 1 Kaat 8prin( MtMt. I. U IlKltSIIIIKItU. TllllriVlllll. JODKIMI HOTHHAS New Y.rk. H. L. HCR8HBERC it CO. Wholeaale and Itetall Dealeri In One of our a rmldent of kiwtV yOJJH VITY- and hy ntiriNU leici.uaiVKi.v rou UABII, we are cnaMed to win OIL. I1K010NH Ordtira acrompanleil hy the promptly eiecn itiirfl____________________ Til UKDKIt, ndld of .MniiilcK.foml BKAVHKM. MBI.roNH. TK Al.o SII.lt yUl.VKT ANI> .'AHHIMKHIC VKBTINOS ni LOrlKIt N.. r OF THK BKABOK. one AM: J. H. No. HILL'S, Street will anown lollio public of r.nty year. In thw 10K OBKAM BWSIJHH fonflilrnl of ability to nio.iildld-.il. ever up In ell wlilch I hava rnjoyoj In Ih. put, will Ii. In Die future. rAMU.UB AWD I'ARTIKH A full Stock of Spring OowiU Juft n- .jivwd la dcputownt, bemRkt dwUae In In' York r NIIXEH, t. KAUT1UAL WATOHMAm, l-KTULXUM OlrfTKK, PA. All kind, of HARBISON A CO., otoraiNo u, (aUn.ton.UMt CMn on handa totrato OKNTLEktltN'S OLOTH1HO we will warrant give thorotmb M. only Well sine' ruBNisBiNo GOODS o? ALLKINDB aoMlf LOSBK, HARRISON CO. __ d .appliw! itnula, bnt fiw mtntu. Btovoimon, McClIntoek d UyJd.nJ JCgbortFarmi. w. c. Co., Proprietor.. SapotintcndanU_________teptUU MISCELLANEOUS- OIL OF VITRIUL. NITRIC ACID. 'ENNA. SALT MANUFACTUR'G CO. PITTSBURGH. PA.______ ,1COTT CHOUSMAJT Having ju.t oDaned UUOUKUY AMD 1'KOVIBION BTOUC. r i n 1'lno ntrcol, In formerly occupied by K. V. ulkcnon, tlioy will keep comtanlly on hand choice and well HKLKUTKD BTOOK OF OBOOKMBB cap aa any tnwe In th. city CKO6SHAV. give tin n call, mlltf Photographic Gallery THE dl.DKHT KHTARM8I1BD IN TD1 OIL tin now thorouflily renovated and' RlWa mf A. th. prlntf Trade. In tuldltfon to numerou. lnltrQ' ii'.U be hiu Just locehed a MAMMOTH CAMERA of taking Wfr-jriiod ANUSCAfE VIEWS TAKEN TO ORDER. 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