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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - January 12, 1870, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                anoy ft OUSWFLL ItUHM. U U VLOda i U> OMMliC 1KBMB il or MrtUr, one jrimr (K thtvc moaliu UJMVU KATES HiY I1B ASr LDAl 1 111-COUNTING UOOJI IRON PHILADELPHIA, Oil WELL TUBING AMD Oar AnsBwuiufi'ctured with exinviily fw 1! or Oil bting nt the trL-  C VSING jVAD lUUINU TOOLS A j Aits lUl liring f nil ktn IN done an nil km In of Oil Well bupl latent coustiuitl) ou hinl AVmka or citrj tc 4c inTuik lliilltiag cinil nito iK-itin, llir publio tlul work ottlus ti-iiHtisl to us Will 1 o of tliu Ijigtiual or Itr O 11 Drilling loolx nix (lie Ixnt miiiiut fKivd m thu Our litoclc Ji utli-cte 1 with kreiU, euro in bur em] lu> tlio UiL orkmiio ii tl L  I 'If fJHIIf J T RUS-H1 M STtHIlFTT Slmch ff ____ DRILLING JABS! CAST STEEL JABS' The We OTcrLinrd Jaw arc, Hut IMH.IHB btrongtr tlini JimrompoHMl ]umtj of iron Ilitt mntinj, ft atttl to the rock iro pi-oto frou wenroii U e out si It. ind u ill kiui U. ir uli longer We Warrant Them to O.ill Fifteen Hundred Feet. (iST IRON WORKING BIKREKS, FISHER, NORRIS CO., Eagle Iron Works I OI' RIIPI'AI.O. ENGINES BOILERS 6TA11OAHY ANJ> TOUT On hnn 1 and Iclivcnvl ut nnj polat 11 tad Oil lUgiotm. W. TSTIVLE, Agent. nt the Mansion Hoaw 1 I.I' PLEASANTVILLE IRON JOBKS And Machine Shop, J. LOCKE SON, DKO I TOOI.S PUUPJNO R Kr r TOOIA HSlir 6LCKLUKOIJ6 nil lorio.. asoouf ir Westerman SHEET, BOILER AND BAR IRON u4 Small T mi4 FA.PX1K. ZIST T li E OIL StfGtXOSTS. i5 I Ij? i ji jmj VOL. VII. NO. 35. MWhlill HARDWARE. SMITH HINKLY, 11 i ARE MULL IN THK HARDWARE, T O V Ji j> i TIN BUSINESS. Ti MiiliVof M em Mt fxipjlac ia U c Tiirh-tt IJQUIIJ, wb ch ere Tho Morning Magic Brilhant Monarch and IVliiatof wluoli iiulwiititJFatOYC, wl iJiwillUtru Hard or Soft Coal, or Wood. The Eoroii Glory 1mm" 3ia 1 Ft iterof thou imi kill e elill kt  tht AMERICAN COOK STOVE, ir vrhic'i wo c.ui show ovot IjO o   Oil AVoll Supplies, J O 11 ILLE, FA. S2 SPRING ST., Titusville, Pa. I S HMlim tPOfKLKI, 1AMIS OUOCHUlti, I I UMJK LLIL) LISIt C VLC1NI U1I i.0 HPV( hh, ntiUI kimlH iif HUtLFLltON in ul i to imlcr mi nlinrt. nolieo b> Ilia IS 11 OS., Hardware Dealers, nor." TaWng anil Well I'l Y ON KVHIS for (liu celebrated Sen ecu falls Gnu Pump 'oilufllic Titustille, Pa, i MISCELLANEOUS. SOMETHING'MORE AT mu DAVIS TANK SHOP! in iloUrfO tulll'ioiin to ir machinery wo f tillj prfiiwuil for the miniif wtuvu of j DOORS, SASH, DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES O U Oil I IV Wooden OH Tanks, ISCLLDIXO t S t i- n. K e T a. ti U s IOBOILWFILS, rniilif for Uefinoi-iesj ABD Car TnnUcr Ml the fa our V DAY A WHITE. lo-tfj ,______i S item BEwrca nv lir on Tninlilln ntmnt hM .IcliMin ivunUntliiitoV' lumi'lioTf Vn.it otOo >1 Iftnk, on HpriM I nt lilt ol 1 SMI r Olir cook of Gnwrn .Proiinlftna Uqunn Mil Vim mnnot CSM1M In tliltfhnikGtumKrftllbO >lrldtu >orj sii nil rnujm rorrnah Oir stock of I WltTt nn 1 of vcrttortj- clvtioi) In Ilotllcr an I ffrn KEVrVlfK, nifrriucT, mvisiow NO, i iftornni0 in n. Smiiion. hON ItfcCOI I FCHON8 OP AN IM1M J-UI1 M> Judge Willium JoLiibOii, of Cincinnati, lntrod Uforo the Car'nf tliut lytv n Fiiday nn abk, thorough imd Qototvorili> atMrma up- on UIL lift, Mnicw ind of M bt u tou, fryiu whithwo inaky tlto following cxtncto 1111 CVLUMNUTOI19 lustful   Jio desired Tliey etc constantlr placing Ins mferioMin high pliaes, und would bii.n id to do tin in ,s huiurb> iiuiubnring him tunong them ho uoxcr sought for any office or place of honor in tins life, lud it hut country lud stood on bniik of dLstruitiQii, nnd rcquireft or w Mild have held such a place Auothoi iliug-, mndo uyjiutt Mr Stmton IB that w it (.ourst harsh rruel man He hud in] rot i 1 but little ta tho training ot danci masters lie h ul but httlo of ihe suavitin mwlo He had a contempt for idlo coreuioui uml as sometmies bmiquc m lus mnnners, 1 nt wiihm tin- husk thero ticker was kindin.1 uiturt. o" t lit.art tint >v ith hum in r ng more I n mi mbcr well Ho aul I wt re, Htndonti how he lud Mib5 AIIOIC who w many j earsm llta-v en I tiuat entered into a league imd a httlo coips of brothers und sisters of chantv to wulch the sitk and rtliCTfithe buifcr ing of tht poor 1IOR1I HCnOISM lor mjaclf, I should be moaner than hta ultttideioih if I could forget the long j: tiattcd fc'.tr mo after night, imd cooled pirchptl and epoiin'-p in) burning ttninlts nnd iniinstcral in) Norumlhig t tint when tlie Anntictholciu riJ-td in tbo LUV of Uolutnbi i, during hu rtftidcnc o tltbi-c, unJ hen tuouri heirU failed them Tor ft ir ht us foutid MI the (.Iiimb-rn of thu tht dead TV lure neither pntntiioi Lcviti to ml Hoothm tht "ti ingd ot tho holera patitnt. In bpciilcu of thu pitulitmtiea of tho man :entlcnuninfoimcdmt. tint while Mi St i i mudt, bin homo n ith bi mother in fatcubt vilk and practiced Imt in pi an _ bitl lid imd iorward b> Htoamboit ha liud kn >v n him onu uttnng- when ht, cnint un board nt SteubeiiTillo to imd a poor Irishman t ho hid fallen tluough ahittlnvin and broken Iui ky h in0 cu tht furi-tii-itle mij i nt totikt t m of Ho iisktti tht Captuu ____ it in int imd is inftriiitd that the Imunvmlnul m iiid Hut when lit gjl thi ro hu touldyet hiHbi-okcn Itg attend od to ith nit more ado ho w cut to tho t ir prntci t ditst nad hanowtd a tmvjjid an IT i hlick 1.01 d und tul nplit it ,1 down on the ipstan and w ith Inn pork- tt knife out a hot of Hphnts, wont to IUH it ittroom, and without riaj ing by your L in took tin she-it fiom hm brl toie it up nit i b indact 4 unl toilers, ordered a fesw sturdj into llio icu to attend Urn limb, n du tbo bn kc-i Ijoiio, Hiidplitd tht Hplitsand thru unit to Hit took room and or- dered a ot wnotfar und water to steep tho bioktn hmh then Hit downbesido thu HUH. and bathed lus limb until the boat atmcel nt Pittsburgh, 11 ditUuu) of ,ty and then Inrul 11. luck to douvej linn hum And if 1 am not grcitlj miim foiniiJ (ho utordn will show, and history will loll tht Hi H) that in Ins ofiitiU rtlations ai Sccijotirj of Wai, he nude likt yraumems for tho )uudtd rebels who were tapturcel and cinitdDthc hofpitiU )f tho tintttd Statea Tell mo not, thoii, tint this man wan either hi ihh 01 ciutl, bcciu'io I know better 1 know th it llio vcrj rovcrso waa hu reial char nctor Another chirgo heaid midc against "Mr Stanton ji that while in tonfidcn Lial itlihom Mi Duchautn he tonununi- tlie Kccicts of thu AdininmtrAtion to thtii a in tho Sir ate HUH itt no doubt truo, nitiallj, but then it suygcsts nn Inntoriu mqun> as to how Mi Sdintnii uimt to "MV DuUian Cabmtt This I githtr fiom three aourcca ihe rtcord- ed hihtorj oE tlic tunes ri.ptJ.ted had with Mr btmlou, the ao count given by Mr btimtona brother in law, Attorney-Gtncial who ou tho Bpot and rotated tho factu to my informant, Judge BrinktrholF, a few diya after they oc- curred Mr Buchanan s Cabinet M follows Clsa m thu Stato Di.pnrtmcut, Dobb in the Treisurj Department, Black in tho Ihompwon in tho Inter- ior Depirtim it, rioj d in tho W ir Dopai tment, Toucty in tho N w j Depjrtmmt, and Holt 111 tho IVnlnl Ucimtincnt In this Cibmtt thorc both actno and pissnc BIJ notiilmtor hnnseU, but a weilt ild imii, bound hand and foot by tho active ti n U in hu Cibinct Flojd hiel dis tbo army to difforeuL ind distant pointn so m to mako it mnuulnblo at tho ejipitil thft to different and diataiii. paitn of tho worl 1 so Unit it could not >o c illcctcd for months 1 hompson h id stolen of Indian bonds, and Cobb ind tho ireaaurj cmptj, and the rebels were n llio signs of tlio tunes wore appil- Oui SUY nothing before him but politi- cal rum imd IlioCiumtuplo IfLvt) ,y Jicivj on soul Ho resigned office and Black was appointed in his place, leaving ,bo Liw Dtp irtnient Miuant In addition to other c tuses of al irm, Floyd had attempted to ilup all tho heivy ordnance manufactured ftt ?ittfibnrg to tbe South, and wan only checked jy tlio rising up of tho people md wending a Imputation to W-whington to m- brm tho Piowidont and enter their protest Lgiuntt, tbo momomout In thiH extremity Mr [inch in in sent for Mr Stantou, and iskcd him whut ho thought of tho nigns ot the timc-i The answer wii prompt and chiractorintie 'You are slctpmg on tho crater of a Tho ground is moved all around and under rou nnd rofdy to explode, and, witluut prmnpt md energetic actiou, will be the Itwt Pro- of tho United Bta'oa Mr id the feeble old man, 'for flod H nako corao iii help lac iho Attorney Oenoral'n office MIC nt, will you accopt it." 'If you ....sin my holn, I wn.i thft nply The irst d ij wna i ussed in ferreting out tho grind trcony of Thompson on the Indian and when tbe Cabitxit mrt m the evening, Mr it.mton ww hto in coming When ho enter od, i loj d WHH pacing the room, and oulat- njj furiously m the tempest and whirlwind of iptcrh againit womebody who, hid rut down m tl-ig3tnff, broke i offthotruntonnof hiAffiins and rut up nnd burned hut whccN nnd HO on Mr btnnton Bat down vithont uttering a word or raendmtf to undcrttatid wlmtwu up When fcloyd inndo the question watt Mr Attorney Oeneral, what do ,ou tlunk nlxiut if" "Alxint what r" Mr Stauton Andnr-on bro-vk- ng np camp at Fort Moultno, nnd ffoing Into Tort Siimptorf' "Tho mont glonom event Binro the 8th of January, 1815 It hti stirred tho hoirtftfflfery loyal man in tho nation irtid Floyd, "nn officer of tho nnny orders r" ''Whai f mid Stintou "Diil yrin, Mr Proident, give orders Major Anderson to remain In thatoM nd itwl by when ono wm f" wnid Mr, "I DO Knob orders "Did koowofftny  lour is this oiil tiintcd I know pLUunallj that bo tliu Kmanciputioi I'rLV-luuuitiQU, from tho addiliomtlfnct, that, in T hid uith him ho imim'whirt- od gieat on the conduct of n dls ttuguiflbed citucn who President Li i tohi t> itvoke this proclamation nfUr it tva' Tin ubolnlmiuit ot hluen n nol u ILH idei Mr Stmtfu Ut aln ijs do- med it-i t ful accomplishment But he iH-uo, md lilco tho tia he had tried ptatf i e ico when thorp iVi s no peace' At tho-Vlaieholdir Mindly phingcd tht ountij m ir Prtni lent that uiilciis tho rebels should rep UL I the Utdaj of 18U1 bo would pimlnim freidom to thu f ho day waa nt hiiui] and thi icleld refused to itpe.nt llionigni ol the manifest, nud many n fltout lit irt imlted with Tint Lmto w is leeordtd m hwntn and the nngtr of Uod tho dial plate ot tnno p3intod to tho 1st dtiy of Janunrj Tho lot ol 1 innnrv ounie mid ith his lioa btnrtcd Wtir Minister aihianldo like? the Apitihptir Htlgel, ho ro o up line: poured the Mid ot Ootl s rath on tho H it o: the brant, and, amid the blasphemies of hel und tho ulli lumn of the monitor pircd forever After this thingn looked bi t tcr Die frtrdin in joined tho army, nnd whe- ther in tho dituh or on UK bittlu Itthl ilid hn full ah ire of tho work till tbo close of the w ir Nnj, he did more Jty h a nnd gal- lant conHtdci ition for and NUX nnd inf mrj be tbe lie, to tht oft repeated predn tioi that if ever ho gained his fradom ho cut tho throats of people, imn, women, and children 'I ho fortunes of iinrwcre various; our armienvere not alnajo etitcess- tul But m proapcritj and in ndxersilj will a faith that noior wavered, with a hope tin1 never linked, and with i courage that all hoping ft! things, ondiirinj all for his Mr SUmton stood at his pout, b) day and by night till the utandirds of nljcllion were low crcd; und the groat lcad  gift of from! men who rould havo npircd it well tnongh, nnd winhed to do themselves the honor of giving U to him ilr SUuton world j ihonglit or of him tlnn any mnn T ever! knew Hut ho oared a greit doil wlut thi11 world th  (each to our ohildrcii Corao hither }Mgin of nnd on building monumcatu to y of otirmndge6nti  bet oiao htppelew) outi usta Ol irfL, in tbm IM( tlin tsluld remnmitloi a jr of the Wolverhumplon gunrdian-t HARNESS AND SADDLERY. Spnce In mid to J. Me. Cruin. Imt his tmtilnem AH tto Ihiu he to UM II. JOHN KELLOGG'S COLLARS. WHIPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, BAGS, cndqmirtcn an Wmhtagtoii doon Kortb of HaiiMal Itaak, Pik EnpociHl Attention ffiiv BlM-tf f CAUTION. Tbc public MV "ffiuMt Hif Low ctlDK with K orili uquivsleat Ashcroit Lof Water Detector. All others tpon that patent, tkMk, Will be JOHY A ud 31 John htnvt, at.. For dreulun la iward U "A ow Wrttcr BddffW OBO ft COJf KT, !11 xvnv tof Tttanltw HOLIDAY GOODS Gregory dt Son's, Htreet, (ADOVB AXM' KAlUWAMt Plaio anil r s E s, TOILET nicr CMMrnl BMh. FINANCIAL. SEW NATIONAL BAM fj'Ji.-i 3 H OF TITUSVILLC, PA. Capital, TATED UEPOtOTiRT 4KB OF THS UMTEU STAlli. tto PU.-CIIASEA.VJJ Sttdrttlf s all Kills. 1HOIVJGY TO On Socuritiea At n low rate of luteiunt, nil times, uommt dan. nnd I- KID AY n nil aownible potiiU made upon IHvortUi t u( Exchange on Foreign fortftlu HYPS, Casluer J Titusville SAVINGS BANK. Stockholders Indiiiriimlli F Pram WM li ABBOTT, c c______ I Q JACKSON r J h BATES, TBANSACTS A OENERAT II VNKIJ.O BUSINI SS IWTEni.8TAU.OW.bD ON UMhULlOHir FORfcaNANDIWMLSTICl-X.CItANCtrrOBFAi E Agent for NutiOiul And incliur I int AHnmfc Kit ami w f JJ.CO. Hi BliSSULIj H A K It H AT PETUOIXUJI CEN THE 1 u OH Ci; Buv awl will Uxchangc Qoveruiut at R lHuiking MUSIC. JA. C. SCHOOLMAN, TtACCTLK OP The of llaiuiuiiy and Thi bout Text Uookit uro iilwnya ut wl t tl iiHTtlenUrti roiull known an uiipliuitlnii HtHO llj- MANISHYLi'U I'OljKAniHngnjU vuriuty ottilliu Miluiible BllLl 1 MUbH lull cuiujljulh offem! to ante ftt ScliOdlmnn H MIMIC llooms NO 38, Boobnd door of tbe LrittotictiHi liouw Uirt) jt P 0 Atlilnwi Dux W7 fidmilla Pn Itnovtr Belgium Singing Canary Birds OLM811 1) JTWHTIRSI ft JEWELRY. Jewelry Store? H. L. NUSE HitriBT nmoTHl to No 10 BTItl FT U rfiMini Wiwtof lilfloll linn how on linn i tine UtgiMt tuid flHHortnn tiU of V itches, Clocks, Jewelry, Sil- ver and Plated Ware on linn 1 Alllcncrlpti HIM of Jewelry ifiumnicmral io onlt-r tgr Don't ttagvi thfl NO. I O SPRING STREET, Dluclr luhtl JWM KRS. t iud JfirfELRY REPAIRED Chutwt Ut, on t IMUO t Juttclnr DlnnoIidH failrnr Ware OuritockofWnUlKi wwl CJnUai MD AMERICAN. SWISS AND bNG LtSti WATCHES ot nuktn. Ml of OUT nt thn 1 IghUtcn Icirrnt in vimUi ilUblc for titiffagiroont an I U olilmg -i....... ml wn.1 _______repaired In tho MM _....... CillMBe from rittuvUlo and vicinity nnd will Uriel It (o their ttlvantAgo by giving n dill INTHEHEARyFTHECITY A Chance for All I AT TBE TTt 8T EVI) OF TOWN, h E VII I) LI Ol I Tbt Kiibscritwr faM mwlG whcrobf It cMnndlolIdlafwsof l.ou from 9IOO to W ('ilf the of pan wo i urchtiilne Hnt will tM prWsmn I rcflnctlt li-n f all tbe HENRY C. WRICLEY, BROWN'S LIVERY, BOtRDttC AM> SIKK STIRLKS, Allry, r OOODHOMEfl to.bn Of Evtrj Piwripliun mnMeffully tiivito public nttcntton to my with tM thnt I can 'An Omnibus, t nM to from UM eonrvxtliw wit A ftmrnlB m ter IB ii iinowN, I V.inkli. pAINT MMP, fcAflrUrr T OF KAU'I'W mil LWSPAPLR OUT opunwi Oa M.rtot. of tao "Tlturlll, MrimJaj ru BLOW) CUIMWIU, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. n.tRitr A. aid it of Cilun, iMt Oallechuua und othn biuinew tbmwbiM foitl ComUM fldeLtr n Vo t DTAMOKP Snm, BEEBE, Attornoys at Law. PI.EAUXTTILLE, fA. oi Vo Main a-.net, door to r O; M C IIEXDC Boon smxu. {j F. C1ICSTEK, 0. A. CUMK, Attorneya at Law, Fin' door nortb of Doah HQuaa. Tnnklw 'rviot.It, OfflcK-N.) Block, Pt OB I. TTJI sni ouaooi antCFT NFYT THE MAX blOS IlObSE oiH-nitKnH and nuxknto ___ t. t I- Surgeon Dentist, vir Fox u Feim'tt- Ne, uin, ucik Di-iitui US iuiif 'ilrw t iiturtUllu Qlflii d iv boui J. F, Surgeon Dentist, Corner Spring und I rnckliu Otflao ho nn from 7 n in to G p At T .WORK WARR iMAi Itioilf A. B. HOWLAND, Civil Ettpeer ani Qtj OtilrtloTOr Hurand Nation nl Ilimk. 1 1 i IJjLl- I1 A IJniotr llin mirvoj nnd locntfon at the tt 1 Bln-vU ill lliu city iiinkr till) niiUinrit> (rftieCitr toini il 1 mi injiin i Ui lucutu mid dtfliw ttw nil i) h rui i I lit I hut m 8 miya oflotn will bo m ilu j loiniiliv mi 1 on nalili- ruin. 1 1 elf _ In ______ HENRY E.WRICLEY Ciiil Sniper anil Sumjir, llrr.ild illorlc, FK. Surveys, Levels, Maps, Tra- cings, Building Plans and Pittont Drawings. Witli 1 ainktl Nuiubt r, nlwayn on hud. o folInwinB IfaiKi Mn for b Mnpofdc llo-Hnn .flS fl! Mipnf tlio Oil Counir> Centre IW Mnji of 1 It U from bJi imt UIJT b> HUB LM Imlorr itih of litw> ip for tlto ixirkct 5 BD Mnpbl utntorn r nn shuuuiK 1M IL 11 uf OjUiuk roiiDship County, HOTELS.1 AT ILMUtOAD DEPOT, Til us vine, Pa. H K 310BFY, Proprietor Tins ism uatcil At PkllnMfl Dmt, ntcilt Ui tic public., U tunM .roialoiit will ffoolioumMnnltl At the tulle mil nlwnjs ba fouu Oio Itir nKiipplitd with only the of 1 [if p itronWns (1 (R ihc traveler MVH Utt urn- VTIV-OI mnjliiii fi re i nil trnnaj Jon Kir >rr VH Utt M f MATHEWS' HOTEL Aiitl COnSU HHSKLIS AM> OS LLIUIl'tAV AIT. rim or TDK SUHOK Oa ml iftLT thic dau OUT I VII jwr ill} JOO.U. M M CnU. CITY HOTEL fc RESTAURANT (I.alc BetuaoiM Oil COlUVlltHMIU U9PI1 nst, ON niL ivnoiCAN rtlMittin Itn-HUB litsl ir fun 11 tllltl on IK' cc ________________ ISOCSK, WVSIlINOrOV 81 PCTKOLEUV CKNTUE.PA. Bit i naTItrET nWOOD, i-, Pa, luly I, I 1 Oil City, Penn'a,   

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