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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - November 26, 1869, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                BUMS OMSWXUi. W.BIMI, H.O.BUM, j.B.Oovnu. Bill kr (knWifv Bta.i AdT.ni.iii u tM r i jji __ IISBMIOM 1 lasj sW iff FIRST r> .A. 11, "X- PA.PEB 1 1ST TUB Oil. R Z O I O 3SJ VI. NO. 140 TITUSVILLE, FA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER SJ6. 1869. PRICE FIVE MOM WORKS ..HAMDW 9r. L017I8 thu the Iroa thw or troa plate or t M pillar ID tbe bMemeot, wu fnetarwd, I at went u> A Osube anil told tbvm to re move tbe ud pit U mftlut ttafl will of ibe bulldmx; tbla WH nUb1; >bf7 two of the eeaee oa eeeb aoaklns four la all. lo tbe meantime I employed Mr Biabore to shore up tbe pillar, to out boe and uoae Md replace by soood onei, Tbry were la ibe act ol doing tkla wtitn Ibe bulldlDjE toll. Wbuber Ibe fall waaaitrlbnl able to aouie OBboowa defect or to tbe alippluu ol ibe ccrews wlib wbicb they wereatWoik. 1 caooot aay, I wu ibe architect for ibe bul'dluK Tbere ww BO tijfti put opoo tbe of tbe W.dkisi JtSoi Philadelphia. UANUFAUTUKRR8 OF OIL WELI TUBING AINU Our Tubing anil-Caning are manufactured with great care, expressly for the use of oil producers, being tested at the works before shipment with a pressure of Ibs. to the square inch. NOTICE Each length and socket il stamped with our trade-mark. None other it HINKLEY 4KBBT1LL1N 1UU HARDWARE STOVE ABD Tin Business, AodBOWtbaltneatovaseuon Is sajr of an Immense Rl iu Uu U lua Jui D .mo i at, Nuv. 2 Jth Enrj tl z n witb pride upon tbfl uud dvceiory ib Jt baa b i-u in ptuctrN Ot couslruuiou f >r ibe last six mouttis ou thf POIUI r ui FIlili and O tve touring j trier of thi- entire tqiure Toe im Irotiis ou b tb streetn, are otfJtnciKO 1 drcsbul stone, an.t tbe first fiory of heavy iron wurk IKII was known as tbu luBur ii.te und WJB crtcttd Ou ft ground 1. IBL-, tin own LIU ti. itjrf 1 '1 tunl, D R C 11 J U uud Darnul I'm nuard Mr Birutl was iLti art.buw.1 uud Tvnplca. ftitd Public iftuUdluco. The WaaliioKtOD throtiule ol aiturd.i> u'i llehes tbo report ul C'jpl. Baiuutl A (Jams lo ibe War Department on ibe cbaiatttr of tbu borderlcjt ihe C >lorado ot the West und i s tribnuriea. Cap' Ad am a bus betu W. BABBT. UBBHV TUK NEB, flvn tbe p IBI two nn 1 .1 lul jrears at tbe iostigaliou of ibe t TOE KUKK For the first inilco (mm tbe mouth ol Culurado Kner ibtre U a very r tti vilmy frum Qve to miiea I j brend b Hrri, is Jii il un dance of couonwood, willow, JUJ latter too itri.ii a ttiat tor tUi- but tliiii. is nuiv a nidi's nl ruins iBtue Im. ski] tiiaiid curly rlstrs At S 'c otk. us ueir aa LIU bt ruined, while MMiit Mm n irnujii.nl in tti o ttl'irollhi In-uriiuf Fit b n c ou Fil h suacu Is cold hi J. J bLi bwtfiM ts nu 3 use A GENERAL BANKING IH'BISKUB. luiercsl TIMa DOHIfti'llUBXUhANOKfUKHALM i Allaallb rachjfi d AT LAW AHD 9OUU1TUU IB BAHKBOPTUT. 1 FlxahM'i Pk PM MORNINa "MAGIC "BRILLIANT VENTILATOR." "MONARCH" AND ThaUstofwUlcb IsAh-atlDK stoTe, which will bam Hard or soft Coal, or Wood. We caji alsu fnrntuh the "Morning Glory Furnace." ra PAKLOK BtCATKB of tha same kind. till tbe ANERICAN COOK STOVE, if can show over 150 from inble of ttie oil c UDtr> wi k-ep la erytliinit In storo line .tut un IB til com mun tv drtnand, prices which ill can of by an I.mln.lion tor SJIDO cjuuhly ol uinlur ti Undo over 500 oullie up ttiu rmr Tin. U KOJUII and Indiana bere win tl, birii j, i u and KeDfrillj plaoUue w> c i is on! It SUI.MT (o Lbttl of llie Sjcramtnto, Culifoi iiu. tnrj i' 1) r, howrTcr, lu tbla renpt-d itic noil ol ilit ti -i back gradually to Ibe OIM ot tin mouii wbllu tbe bauks of tin- nincr nn liktu r KM mtidlitely nlouirtbu tivtr lla ti b in li. buh ir aud Uu f of C.ililornln urt> o! llic lim nt (jui i In four buurft O'pi ilu Truwortby >tui b irpooofd u lot Let n M i l> iv r -truijT 1 J pounds each. Above Fort Turn i. 140 un fi n, nuuieruiH uocoDCtcud MtU v ui. w ne i un are mo-stly nodipicd b} itu MijiTt C i.n .wttvu and Utc ludui.s 'li It n grulu, oiclouv. cut lur 1111-sleaiuere At ibe MoJ iv. tuncrt niu R ,ow- lutw mi. y b Itiui wi-s bt nil uu t  i 1 Mr il Hi. VILL nn, HOTEL RESTAURANT (LATE BBVAKB'.) OFF COUINTIIUN HALL, SPRING BTBtrr. TfciOS. OOOiiWIN, FropTietor Do tlu Europe.. Plu. u boun. BM MppHMl tt. >M. Lttiuor. J CIBOT. Untoi. fcg frtntf ftntu jt fkmillM fl led on notle. vileudiDi; over thirty mi i i i 1 i dere Uolooel wbo b-H li v J tluin ibt ludUti Itai bum. did 1 i luiiiinu ibe wnur from ttn IIM.T nj uu U i r rv n .in Hie aiuouul ol work Hint li is l> i u   uiuib in t ol bla eultJprUe uud tUe prjtui-il In luc itr wtllurt- ol ibeiridf ovi r whom 1  Or Juj on o i hi lib utrct-t, mid itn iUL o j tin; uj midias res liiVo -he t-ul J ct 1 1, a c ifpt (Jitr on i ti buihtuii: Hi. WJH un ibe n a funii Lii.bi oilier met hum J tn n> i t e. i i iluuiu liny br.id iron tn> KULW tlit Oalldiiijc wa- to ni; to (ill, t 11' In) tiid IM i tll  b rt.iliiin ilt U ,1, unil H.ir) us lo IM uilviMtbiliiy O p nlj i. 1111 1 11 n w uuu poor 'ifiir1" nvUMM ttUUHaC, NUN DA. N. Y., M ACH 1 Nl STS, IBON FOUNDERS FORGKERS, Builders of Ir.ui Stills, Enginox and Boners. Dealers to fit JOSEPH NABON OO 'B BTttAM AND QA8 FirrlHUa, MOUK1H TABKBK AND TUBING at Drilling Tools and Steel Jars. fUpalrlot ot aJl klmds OOM, and mil kinds of Ul .Veil SttppTlM kept oonaterrtly on hind Brass if avtry dssttripttoa, AXL Oar exportMM ID BnlMlnv to tssars the Babta thai work of this to us. Will be cf tbo nlghuAt ordc r DrtlltnfTooBieMthebMl munnfni lured In this tountry Oar stock Is seleeUA with front We have In OOt tnploy tbo best i Workman in section of country AI kind, of wort WABBARTKU. Da, an4Btop UQB stmet, near Depot. F U GIBBS, J 1 rU'i-ttEl-l. WH. B. BTKRHVTT rocke. apparttill) nunpfiidxl unit M i ibt lenei bn-iiti to tntm tr ihtm i; 1 t il f i c below Add to iliii iln- dill, it D' frtril. i 1 i mj color dlstlnctl) d tti IK il i- il Iro-l liuui tl i liana ot a puhm r im, i 1 1 ni i ni i m cm be hud ol tin in igi ilh i in n n At v bead of IMuttd (.uuon 1 luuml u wlmi ftr u i i 1 rock tit rullnir lor KTOXH Hi <_uunUv 1 eiotulmd Him luund u t xin un IL L 111- HUH III. UlUt til tilt LHIWd viii ii imp iruiui 1 riy tin- men ui vr.uk, in] U -t'H. 1 nk. ni.rb HUUUII- wum.   'RKIl IN PKT HOT.KIJM AMI Nl W Oil, lUllUKI.H. dffl   10 A 11 K F K D PETROLEUM, Barreled end In Bulk. KMlroaXI fMllltlM Imn Tiikiwo nud n Uh ru JN Mi CUTCM UKOKKit INCUUDB PMTBOLFUIf W O TMofnati Uo offlce, O< i I'll HOIHM U RK. MOHGV. HUB UOUM s-tnatiM] at the Uepoi, eniHiu to travvllni pnUw, aad Is feralstod huiu.houi BWo id beat rwds At iu. will alwaye bs (band all 1 ii IrTTtiairs 1 Uld MBfOCI 1 he igpplMd wlih only tM bestet Uajeote r .ntthiv thta hoos. tba BSMB the a-tiniae of innspurtkliun kaa BBSvyMsf ould lii, itrorliKid lip in it 1 i this Will ya lit. j vulu-bl, sinul, lwr lotuni in AbOTC ttie lihLk, or optnlnif Iradlot; oui on itbi r M tn lion h K l llim u J h t'iru wit nn liud luecil Irom dnn i ti in pi j ot L> nil. in u oi kini: i> lucru ha in nt itid b nt. i. (it limit Hi 1 1 o i i) Jiui un i j, j Mc und n ul, ud Hi. 11 ir'-w.r u> IM. d hiuns, Ibt i ii wu k ot Ui. bun nni; L -IIBI ml ol Iron ,li li -HI iw i H 1- bitwun o 1 1 J., l! IH.I II IIJI till UUllulll til] m.di ni n 11.) n n 1 irim, wuli titiiv> fiirt ni) KI L'iit 1 lifiinHSUiiporLlitt; n i u in i in I IM 1 u, t i Mill k .it tl W. M w il t III ill Uml E''ggUT.forniafly of fo> I B.bOJl Ul LARGE NEW HOTEL t Li. dine, on AllsfbMy Mlvsv. Be iir imliy InvitM tits brmvr irtnAt Miresia hu OIBI alAf oU few abosil in U> give hist s, Te fSIBUSJ t- t. M b. sndemnN te u'his l ta 7 oil JOHNT ST. J Oil Vd KKSTAtlUNT Lager Beer Saloon, MLIBINU'9 BLOCK, DIAllONDIT, t H l.dUIH BBADT, naw ep, to ul ootobar. Hss4> at hours. of ibe IUI-HUI tiKiiii ibi b i-y i u i i o Couimercial trade 1 am i .U lit t t! IL will BDlill t-tunurn n u il IM i nil un d BLiud ibrouiib ttim onon and nTUH} uiilic 1 1 tor rtll praoltH purpOBit-, iin IKI-IU lime tbcre IH no ni ti a n> tor il i i MI >ini Petroleum Iron Works, BRYAV. DtLtlirGtIAM O., A C H I N ISTS. Iron and Brass F O M G XB II CR41NB9, BOILERS, PR1LLINO UIK GtTLAB, AND 8ABH HAW MILLS, TUHnNO BIGB.WALS-ifffQ BKAtt AHD BAWD WHB8L IRONS, AND ALL KINPB OP WHOLSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN fOR OIL mofflM Boies, Clamps, Bwlnls Tonkas, IrOa ft and Working Bs-rn Is B.nd s or swr> kind, BOOST'S 1'u.tenl Liquid Ticking Pimp, wun la u> ihs suot In fall operation a Htt FOUNDRY AND BRAA8 sTUR-WlflHING ROOM we 4o all k'nda of WMB, sTOTB.- Bspeelai atunttoo Is to uuy luipr Vfouniui HI 1 liHLKlH-- Iir III iwn HI Uil tlllll mt In in it i 1 in r U t IM] ot tbi- ilirt u U'i it i ii un 1 i i- n 1 imlilliiMi Wrrr nlut imbi I ti IQ III. mill >l inlti. .1 i (.11 L irilll pill. Ihf.tt fVf .innri >nil tnti mil lull hu lift Illicit rtif Hill III nil In tliC lornt O 1 i l in 1 Ubf, lire cm ftiioiufi cirOt 1 1 1 uu 1 n-.nl txunfUtlj in tin t For MI n ortil IK.U n no prT.xtwiK round Lapiuti, pinny ol imp ,dvi in ic l .1-1 m, iMir- Kinl tlu m. (Mir--. nt iiKtmlv c.pti.n luc piilr.- w rt the lu y dtijiiiz d i o iy utinnt, tin; building, und ill- ir tlu y Biinc y 1 1 k-'t p tlm crowd l, <.k Mrtiicti iliu) did t II niuiiH) All- r nine h IK m ill-nil urnii, 11 HO( lonnif, n Hi. Hi mil rn w t- c i idt n nine d, ui 1 IL "i u n L Imt.i I-. now t i" by t M LUI i 1 Mipi ibiiiinn irrdouB I >n 1 1 i >u K i il n s i ui Inh IIL'I lit t .run u1 1 li nil. r riUiL 'lUUTH   hbiiiild iik'n fhirjtr. liOtty rx tt W} MHI ii i 1 i ii mi i wi iiurric d n I ru 'it i ii -n 1 no t (I irt tnadc u r. in t r i r 11 n i t r Wiirk ni-n Bu it 3 oVIrirK itiur t (ILI urr. lu rnmi bum MillnlaHd lUUwn t iri it 11 w i- J p rhnpi proh t ih .t HI ic in 1.1 i 'ni In" built d ti nctitt h in uix, in d Hi n u il 1 rr u xid in n n >vc i! t. Ii i- ti nui'i m, uir tin 1 ant li 1'iuuK'ii, v inii-vrii II witb -t; rfi. i  l'iu.' r, ar of tie ATLT ihr HM. n i 1 a ol k, fl and t it IMln 11 T 1 D! tUC A'l sorts ol minor- o arr> -ifl-nl U, -i v -i 1 ,r v 1 f irp ,i 1 cni-i r- nl ill) i b n d 't litin ol i ti iti illi.i.i Ki I. a.mc.iv iti Irun t. uu t Ur i -on, oni MI irir r r'. OM f nt Iron tnd oui r -o ind firm. O h i iy tht- 1 >nli t ij Iti lint propt i y tl (1 mrl mid r, r.rimfi nilfiif Hi k ji 1 )IMI h HIIIB or )nu arn tare u> rind cornn imtn fi-f.-nd ontli a MIAKI BB C. RUHKR, BBUKKtt IN P K T R O L K TJ M "Tay, rrnrr of IfanttfJc Arwl, PI FTHHUKSn, I'A Btt "OWKRH. HUH IN I'KTttOLKUll Offlrmiftt Oil Ity nn t I'lfnumitvlMH. Central Atizonu ibi- mom nuuii r mi (nun ir> Ac It would be itiipttM-ibic lor an nur in a dLBLIIpliuil "1. Oat  h >ui.ti U mnat have bum ibisi re lutitrd tbe IODK rODlu from tlnlr iru vi Imois Tou (.an trace U buk two humtird jcar-Such is me drvut-cn o( u ..tmnspii. n iLuiinn bu product il cluw ci up HI It '1 ii of crockery wire and tbi tti nun on run iidc. Ijiiui'iluLdy luck li tc n been >l, which ouce wmtr lo tlim tti w uud more, ttir vm< j I as II to prot. 01 id. ni Innu 1 snn m iht y nhinr ihi to fl u Tula city was bflt a lew HIUI ml. .1 icd bv pOpnUt oo t ui HID tit b id been and mide common wn-ic, in tv droce of which IA UPCR orrr rvi be uitful TBllry anil drtierted ranclie c .111 pleie bsa bet-n thrlr ihit allitt low Irk to tell the are a few tcmpn n ball fined Bpdnir and the nk-ni, Itnuicd t-c undlog o? rr be of inelr f A tan; rt In lam lug tut- wa r o nto One Ot tLe ancient c inals lur It ran around the b i n aod scrota tbfl whern It riis coaraed Usvifover bftauiliui plain, in brsclnc iboisands ofihe rldirni Mti i wbicb iDBkM tills Lbe most IIFIUIIK etuemcnt In ibo tirr torv Ai thf pn-ntcin oi one cf tbe hltbt-Bl loninciiKina wdti belr nsrrow yet frown tbr onun r) below Tbe trie Hitxr be broken ircb, and ihn drm riert .HUH. ur. ml we bafe lO'prafc oiairople lor t l-lory u  xd-< ai n late when ibe sb 01 in irlumpb evetjr lutriOK oi C lie and wi re an i. upon rvrry 1 1 h< rlcb mining districts In moai in m-ni roururnn in tbe Intmriiuir tkinny ol inmt ed eltent ol ifood, attrirultoral In d A'tboiiL-'i bla territory noi be yetthexoll irodncemnrb pn.fli as the rtrotmrt Is ;rrat, and L-OOSI wnllf i he pr re of i-tcrf ne larmtr tUhrr I are no richer gold and alltcr in the (Jolted than comment mit AI iti- -n of Rocky Mimntnlns and broofcboni Artcuna, of u ilber to ibd d. t? opnuni ul VICIDKMTAI. hoi 0r-ulf Imprer 4 aa4 ili.  I'f.ATBi) WARM r LU A Aasortmsnt of 1'PftOTArLlM, BI--T- oa kA-Ml. JtWKLRr MAJTUrAUTtTRXD TO OBDltm Dont flaoa, FKf. 10 HPRltin HTRBBT. meh KADBTRBBT BOILKB U MftefalMfy tor tmlldtnt BUILBRH AND HAKIM'S) ALL REPAIRS. ft. Bob of C1LBBRATID 8TIBL JARS, CROCKWB PATENT CHBGE VALVE, aa4 aaiFTiira PATBMT WATBB PACKER, B, D. Flour. wins by taw adsHlesi seM milk, wlibmt ysMi salt, wauwJUie asawjlt, CsAs% I'eayy. ORTI 11 0 ATM. To Oarr Itotber, Tllswrtlle. We oesd Kor tbs isM fsw UM .rttsie ef THjajij outeiavd of yofL, flBal thai K. ts a Goods AT Hall's New Store! Vegetables, Ac. FrniU, to. Hubturt Sqnk. Applv, tMit Torolpt, PMebvt, tach Blow FOUIOM, Bnn fnn, Olerj, Mpwlor Uu rrolu, Uop., BlMUB IUWU, Eiftn, M4 Cltroot, XMU Cotniu. Utow, OtoiM Md Uaoni, Bw Of Mrr% CnMMn, BMMIfl BltfMM, BllU MlW, CoabclUMiy, BicUwMM Westerman Iron Co, Sheet, Boiler and Bar Iron, MAIL! ARB HPIKBB, SttMt, Snail T Balls, r W iSHARIIIL W.T.BimMn.o.lLBin. cumir. UE3TAUKAAT, Gents' Dining Booms Bin THB Oorry, It lo onr H tofl-w.ll, Mre. U. r. Ijete... SCHOOLMAN, JTtACMCK c F Vocal Instrumental Music AM> TUK ABD THOB-( IN.H 1 '.MlntTllKT CUV 8. Internal BeremM. DIBTBICT, orricl. Bftt nUBKLIBBT. JOSEPH MOORB, run DBOOIATITI rArtaBAiou win OUMTBD cnM children "Wny, lute, r' on ui In r tli fon BO be rrplif d, '-we m ot pi K ia-, all K.. wo MrfaiU, Iwp (be bonm ard board i k or r imnlnf are allowed few ihi-< ne pillar, after Hit f111 tbrre   

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