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Dunn «& Owens, Meadville 310

Goetchius, J. C, Titusville ..On Margins

Physicians.

Canfield, C. T. Mrs., Titusville 196

Clark, B., Scenery Hill 1st Cover

Smith, E. W., Espyville 196

Plumbing Gas aud Steam
Fitting.

Appleby, H. J., Meadville 150

Printing Offices.

Cambridge Index 134

Conneautville Courier .228

Crawford Democrat 182

Crawford Journal I64

Titusville Courier I80

Titusville Herald 308



Saivli, Ikoors and BlIudH.



.134



Sackett, W. D., Meadville

School.

Meadville Theological School 166

Smith's Verbena Bitters.

Smith, E. W., Espyville, 196

Umbrella and Parasol inanuf.

Hoffmann, Z. A., Meadville 19

\%'atfhes, Jenvelry Etc.

Nuse, H. L. & Co., Titusville 150

Woolen IVIllls.
Huidekoper, H. S. & F. W., Meadville.. 292



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1 2 POPULA TION OF OR A WFORD COUNTY.


Population of Crawford County.

Census Returns for 1850, 1860 and 1870, showing the
Increase and Decrease in the last two decades.




DISTRICTS.


1850.


1860.


1870.


Increase


Decrease


Rate per
cent. In-
orease or
Decrease.


Athens


923
672

838


1192 1317 389




42—*

75§

67—


Beaver

Bloomfleld

Cambridee


1098 1177
1362 1563
1012 1199
2867 1729
1805 1674
1226 1116


5' 15
725


Conneaut

Cnssewago

East Fallowfield


1807

1540

739


134

377


78


f

51§


East Fairfield




1200

871
1782
18JM
2421
7103
1661
1961


Fairfield


1224
1127
1723
1810
2578


2027
1729
1867
2309
3702


655

101

611

4525


353


29—
58§

6

34—

176—


Greenwood .

Hayfield


Mead


Meadville. .

1 St Ward


2d "






3d "






1635

1846

901








4th "













North ShenansTO


825
811
2AZ


861
1155

438


T'fi





204§
346—


Oil Creek


^69 1658
86391 R39K


Titusville


1st Ward


1905
2334
2275
2125
777




' 2d "












3d "












4th "




""847
1597
1640
1638
1051
1036
1393
1254
1869
1030
1237
1147
950

985
1553
1320

720

"■'2445








Pine


702
1260
1139
1086

940

982
1664

884
2623

'"1160

1074

740

'"ieoT-

1299
882
654




75


"" 622


11—

37§

23—

54§

70-

9

37§
8i'—




Randolph

Richmond


1732

1399

1664

1596

1068

1042

1588

2845

1300

1232

1034

983

622

941

2077

1464

691

357

2384


472
260
578
656
86

704
222


Rockdale


Rome


South Snenaneo




Spring

Steuben


Summerhill


72
243


40



4—

33— i

1


Summit


Troy


Union

Venango

Vernon


778

582
37


666


■ 41§
6(^
66—
6—


Wayne

West FaUowfleld


West Shenango


Woodcock


2288


96








*A8 it is inconvenient to give th(
■when the remaining fraction is less th

the remaining fraction is greater ths

number by which it is expressed.

t To the total for the year 1860 is a
was organized as a borough prior to


37849

3 decim
an one-t
ent. is g
m one-h
te that

dded 25(
the erec


48612tl 63781

al expressing tl
lalf , we have mac
reater than tha
alf, one has bee
the true rate p

), the populatio
tion of East Fa


25932

16 exact
ieuse of
t expre
n addec
er cent.

n of Co
irfield as


rate p<

the sect

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i to the

is less 1

3hrantoi
5 a town


69

3r cent,
ion sign
id when
integer,
han the

1, which
ship.


i



A ORICUL JURAL ST A TISTICS—CO UE TS—CO UNTY OFFICERS.



13



Agricultural Statistics of Crawford County,

FROM THE CENSUS OF 1870.

The number of farms in the county was 6,537, of which 6 contained less than
three acres, 273 between three and ten acres, 656 between ten and twenty^ 2,664 be-
tween twenty and fifty, 2,2:30 between fifty and one hundred, 708 between one hundred
and five hundred. The county contained 328,555 acres of improved land, 184,436
acres of woodland and 13,249 acres otherwise unimproved. The cash value of farms
was S21, 905,661; of farming implements and machinery, $758,944. The amount of
wages paid during the year, including the value of board, was $288,495. The total
estimated value of all farm productions, including betterments and additions to
stock, was $4,525,489. The value of orchard products was $89,661; of the produce
of market gardens, $8,625; of forest products, $192,003; of home manufactures,
$123,690; of animals slaughtered, or sold for slaughter, $765,210; of all live stock,
$3,702,266. The number of horses was 13,911; of milch cows, 24,247; of working oxen,
1,919; of sheep, 59,954; of swine, 14,685. The number of bushels of spring wheat
produced was 24,213; of winter wheat, 233.036; of rye. 26,537; of Indian corn, 574,538;
of oats, 924.392; of barley, 1,215; of buckwheat, 73,134; of Irish potatoes, 293,750.
The number of pounds of wool produced was 230,664. The products of the dairy
consisted of 2,046,252 pounds of butter, 196,039 pounds of cheese, and 1,176,731
gallons of milk sold. The number of tons of hay produced was 102,181; pounds
of hops, 30,480; pounds of maple sugar, 99,562; gallons of maple molasses, 2,831; and
pounds of honey, 14,130.



COURTS.



United States CracuiT Courts— For
the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Third Judicial District, embraces Penn-
sylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Sit-
tings in Erie begin second Monday in
January and third Monday in July.

Judge— Wm. McKennan, Washington,
Pa.
Marshall— John Hall, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Chief Deputy Marshall Hall,

Washington.
Clerk— H. D. Gamble, Pittsburgh.
Deputy Clerk— A. B. Force, Erie.

United States District Court— For
the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Sittings at Erie begin second Monday in
January and third Monday in July.

Judge— Wilson McCandless, Pittsburgh.

District Attorney , .

Marshals — Same as for Circuit Court.
Clerk— S. C. McCandless, Pittsburgh.
Deputy Clerk— F. W. Grant, Erie.



U. S. Commissioners — F. F. Marshall, A'
B. Force.

District Courts— For the 30th Judicial
District of Pennsylvania, composed of
Crawford county. Regular terms of
Courts: first Monday of January, three
weeks; first Monday of April, three
weeks; first Monday of August, three
weeks; first Monday of November, three
weeks.

President Judge — Walter H. Lowrie,
Meadville. Term of ofBce, ten years.
Term expires first Monday of December
1880.

Associate Judges— William Davis, Jr.,
Meadville; Edward H. Chase, Titusville.
Term five years. Term expires first
Monday of December 1878.

Court Crier — William Pentz.

Tipstaffs — Philip Harpst, Henry W.
Coy, Thomas Kinniff, Benj. F. Smith.

Court House Janitor — Frank Bray-
mer.



COUNTY OFFICERS.



Sheriff— Orlando Reed.

Deputy Sheriffs— F. W. Ellsworth, E.
T. Hall.

Prothonotary — John F. Morris.

Deputy Prothonotary— Winfleld S.
Rose.

Register and Recorder— William F.
Dickson.

Deputy Register and Recorder — Rob-
ert Andrews.

Clerk of Courts — A. J. Mc(^ui8ton.

Treasurer— Benj. F. Stebbins.

County Commissioners and Poor Direc-
tors— Titus Ridgway, Oil Creek borough;
G. W. Watson. Hayfleld; I. Bloomfleld
Gerow, Cambridge.



CoMMLSsioNERs' Clerk— Orriu H. Hol-
lister.

Commissioners' Counsel — John B.
Compton.

Jury Commissioners — Eliab Skeel, Hay-
fleld; Chas. F. Adams, Mead.

Auditors — D. D. Williams, Vernon;
Robert Wilson, North Shenango; R. S. B.
Temple, Spring.

Superintendent of Common Schools —
James C. Graham.

Surveyor — Frank R. Young.

Jail and Poor Physician— Edward fl.
Dewey.

Member of Assembly- M. W. Oliver
Jr., Spring; Fred. Bates, Titusville.



14



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PUBLISHER'S NOTICES.



15



The Auburn File AVorks, at

Auburn. Cayuga Co., N. Y.. have gained a
wide and enviable reputation for the
superior excellence of their hand-cut
Files and Rasps, of vrhich they turn out
from 150 to 200 dozen per week. They
employ a large force of the best me-
chanics to be found. Among the varie-
ties turned out are all kinds of flat,
hand, mill, round, half-round, square,
three square, slotting, knife, pit saw and
cabinet files and rasps, taper saw and
extra horse rasps, from the best warrant-
ed English cast steel. Such is the repu-
tation of these files that they are univers-
ally adopted throughout the manufac-
tories of Auburn, where they are con-
sidered superior to all others. We ad-
vise all mill owners, machinists and me-
chanics generally, who have not already
become acquainted with their excellence,
to do so the first opportunity. See card,
page 180.

The Crawford Democrat steam
job printing office, 79 Water St., Mead-
ville, is a first-rate place to get done all
kinds of job printing. Their facilities are
such as to enable the execution of all
orders with dispatch. See card on page
182.

Steele *; Co,, dealers in Groceries
and Provisions at 101 Chestnut St., Mead-
ville, advertise on page 166. They buy
the best of goods in large quantities, and
can and do sell as low as the lowest.
Customers may be sure of fair dealing at
this well established house.

Oak ford & Hood, of Titusville,
advertise on margins that they are the
only Practical Hatters in the Oil Region,
and they are consequently able to give
you the latest styles in hats and caps,
and at reasonable rates. When you are
in want of a " tile " give them a call.

ITIeadvllle Frencli Dyeing: Es-
tablishment, A. H.Arnault, proprietor,
advertises on page 166. Mr. A's. experi-
ence in regard to colors and their appli-
cation to fabrics is such that superior
work is guaranteed. Scouring and ren-
o vatiug crapes, silks and wool is also done
in the best manner. Mr. Arnault also
deals in and exchanges furniture.

iTlrs. A. E. Bennett's Photographic
Rooms Meadville, is a first-rate place for
those who desire to "see themselves as
others see them." We recommend those
who desire nice pictures at reasonable
prices to give her a call. Card on page
180.

C'has. li. Stitzer. Lumber Manufac-
turer, near Meadville, advertises on
colored page 352. Mr. S. will furnish all
kinds of lumber, lath, fence pickets &c.,
and at very reasonable rates. He will
also do custom sawing promptly. Those
about to build will consult their own
interests by purchasing the materials of
Mr. Stitzer. His mill is located on road
64 (as given on map,) in township of Mead
and his P. O. address is Meadville.



Burke, FitzSlmonn, Hone &.
Co., Importers. Jobbers and Retailers of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Woolens,
Nos. 53, 54 and 57 Main St., and 1, 3, 5, 7
and 9 North St. Paul St., Rochester.
This house was established in 1849, since
which time its success has been uninter-
rupted, each year increasing its amount
of business. Their annual sales amount
to the enormous sum of nearly :$2,500,000,
their trade extending from the Eastern
portions of the State to the "Far West."
Oocupying as they do fully 40,000 feet of
flooring in actual business departments,
every portion of which is crowded with
imm-ense piles of goods from foreign
countries, as well as of domestic manu-
factures, render the facilities of this
House for Jobbing equal to any in the
country. The firm are also proprietors
of the Elwell Manufacturing Co., where
they manufacture $200, 000 worth annually
of Ladies' Underware, employing 500
hands. See advertisement on page 351.

Relief to the Afflicted.— Dr. B.
Clark, of Washington Co., Pa., who has
for many years labored zealously in the
noble work of healing the sick, has made
Chronic Deseases his especial study, and
with guch marked success, that thousands
are ready to testify in his favor. From
personal acquaintance with the Doctor,
and from the testimony of his patients,
we deem it a pleasure to reccommend him
as a gentleman of ability, and one to be
trusted by all who need the services of a
kind and skillful physician. We hope the
people of Crawford Co., who are suffering
from chronic affections, or who have
friends so troubled, may take the trouble
to correspond with the Doctor. His ad-
vertisement may be found inside first
cover.

The Farmers' Mutual Fire
Insurance <'o., of Woodcock, print
an an advertisement on colored page 35^3.

It seems to us that the plan of insur-
ance adopted by this Company especially
recommends itself to the farming com-
munity, and its success indicates that it
is appreciated. No farmer can afford to
remain uninsured, and the low rates of
this Company remove all possible excuse
for neglecting this duty.

The ITIeadvllle Tlieologlcal
School, publish a card on page 166.
For particulars in regard to this worthy
institution seepages 61 and 288.

H. J. Appleby, Plumber, Gas and
Steam fitter, at Meadville, publishes a
card on page 150. When you have any-
thing to be done in this branch of busi-
ness, call on Mr. Appleby, for he thorough-
ly understands his business and will in-
sure you good satisfaction.

H. li. Nunc Sc Co., Jewelers, at 9

Franklin St., Titusville, keep constantly
on hand first class silver and plated ware.
They also sell the famous Elgin Watches,
which are universally considered the most
perfect time keepers. See card on page
150.



16



TWENTY YEARS CALENDER.



^Imanao or Calendar for 20 Y'ears.



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Explanation. — Find the Year and observe the Letter above it ; then look for the
Month, and in a line with it find the Letter of the Year; above the Letter find the T)vl\ ;
and the figures on the left, in the same line, are the days of the SHme name in the month

Leap Years have two letters ; the first is used till the end of February, the second
during the remainder of the year.



PUBLISHER'S NOTICES.



17



To Victims of the Opium Hab-
it. — We take pleasure in calling attention
to Drs. Ormes & Kellogg's advertise-
ment of the great Opium Cure which has
proved a complete success in curing
hundreds of persons suffering from this
dreadful habit ; and every person suffer-
ing from the use of Opium or Morphine
should send for the Doctors' large Pam-
phlet, containing full particulars for a
cure, by Dr. Kellogg, of Jamestown, N.
Y. Advertisement on margins of index
pages.

'9 lie Crawford Journal, pub-
lished by Hempstead & Co., at Mead-
ville, is the oldest Republican newspaper
in the county and its general appearance
reflects credit on the publishers. Those
of our readers who have not already sub-
scribed we recommend to send for speci-
men copy, which will be mailed free. See
card on page 164.

Cravrford County Insurance
Company. — This Mutual Fire Insur-
ance Co. especially meets the wants of
farmers and those who have light risks.
Their low rates and complete success
speak volumes for the mutual isystem.
We say to the uninsured, or those about
renewing, read particulars in regard to
this Co. on page !!iO, and also their card on
page 2, and then apply for a policy at the
office No. 66 Chestnut Street, Meadville,
and our word for it, you will have done a
wise act.

J>r. Frank Comer, Dentist, at
Titusville, Pa., whose card appears on
page 196, is one of the most enterprising
and pleasant young men it has ever been
our pleasure to meet. His, the oldest
established dental office in the Oil Regi-
ons, is one of the most elegantly fur-
nished und fitted of any in the State, out-
side of Philadelphia, while from the fa-
vorable remarks concerning him which
we have heard expressed, we could form
only the opinion, that he must certainly
be the leading dentist in this part of the
county.

K. Ed. Ashley, dealer in Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils &c., at Little
Cooley, will furnish his customers
with anything usually found at a
well ordered drug store, pure wines and
liquors, books, stationery &n., &c. Mr.
Ashley is also a Coi'veyancer and Insur-
ance Agent for reliable Companies, and
will attend to all business of this charac-
ter intrusted to him with promptness and
^satisfaction. See card on page \M.

W» D. Sackett, of Meadville, prints
a card on page i;i4, in which ho informs
the public that he deals in lumber, floor-
ing, siding, shingles, lath, doors, blinds
itc. Wo advise those who are about to
build to give him a call.

Win. El. Perry is a dealer in Boots
and Shoes, at Cambridgeboro. The un-
jileasantUMSs, illustrated on page 150, was
roi'titled by the stranger following the
advice of the gentleman.



Waldle Bros., Florists at Titusville,
are prepared to furnish a choice and
large variety of flowering and ornamental
plants and shrubs. They also make
to order bouquets, wreaths, crosses &c.,
and will supply promptly all orders by
mail or express. Send for Catalogue, and
beautify your homes by making a selec-
tion therefrom. Card on page :?16.

R. Bard, Dealer in Hats, Caps, Furs,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, at Meadville,
publishes a card on Page 292. Anything
in his line, M. B. will be happy to furnish
at very reasonable prices. Remember
the place, 53 Chestnut St.

ITliMs. ITlary ITIasson, Milliner. —

We take pleasure in calling the attention
of the Ladies of Meadville and the sur-
rounding towns, to Miss Mary Masson's
card, which we print on page 292. She
keeps a choice and well selected assort-
ment of Millinery and Fancy Goods, and
is prepared to supply the Ladies with
anything they wish for in her line of busi-
ness, at prices that cannot fail to give
satisfaction. Remember her place of
business. No. 8 Arch Street, and give her
a liberal patronage.

H. S, & F. W. Huidekoper, pro-
prietors of Meadville Woolen Mills. This
firm manufacture the best quality of Cas-
simeres. Flannels, Blankets, Shawls &c.,
at low prices, and offer special induce-
ments to the trade. Card on page 292.

A. P. Townsend, Carriage maker
and Blacksmith, at Conneautvilie, makes
Carriages, Wagons and Sleighs of all de-
scriptions. He employs none but good
workmen, uses the best of material, and
his patrons can rely on work done at his
shop. Carriage, sign and ornamental
painting is executed in the most approved
manner with dispatch. See card on
page 350.

Z. A. Hoffmanu, manufacturer of
Umbrellas and Parasols, at Meadville, is
prepared to execute all work in his line in
the best manner. His charges are moder-
ate, and those in need of a protector from
the storm or heat of the sun, should give
him a call. See card on page 19.

ITIrs. C. T. Canfield, ITI. D., is a

graduate of Cleveland O. Homeopathic
hospital and college, and the experience
she has had coupled with her success,
warrants us in highly recommending her
to the afflicted. Tlie intelligent method of
treatment together with her lady-like
bearing, will no doubt ensure Mrs B. a
large practice. Card on page 196.

Kaymoiid &. Stem, dealers in Wall
Paper, Window Shades, House Trimmings
&('., at Meadville. Messrs. R. & S., do a
large wholesale and retail business and
when in want of goods in their line, you
should certainly give them a call and ex-
amine their extensive stock. They are
fair dealing gentlemen and will be pleased
to show go(Hls and secure your patronage.
See card on page 350.






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CRAWFORD C0U2f^TY BUSINESS DIRECTORY.




Boot & Shoe Store

72 Spring Street,



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Where may be found at all times a large stock of

CUSTOM BOOTS & SHOES,

OF ALL KIXDS.

Which I will sell as Cheap as any Store in the City.

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SATISFACTORY PRICES.



MANUFACTURER OF FIRST CLASS

TOP 8UGSIES, PHAETONS,

DEMOCRAT WAGONS.

Cutters and Sleighs,




And all work usually done at a first
) , class

Csrriap & Repair Slop,

From the Best Materials, and by

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done in a workmanlike manner. All work warranted as represented. Orders

respectfully solicited.

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BUSINESS T>IRE€TORY—PUBLISnER'S NOTICES.



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WEST STEEET, MEADYILLE, PA.





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Eliiiin Sc Oxvens, Photographers at
Meadville, publish a card on page 310.
Having had many years experience, they
fully understand the art of catching life-
like pictures from A. to Z. Their rooms
are centrally and pleasantly located, and
fitted up with good sky and side lights, and
with the best class of instruments, they
are prepared to copy or enlarge pictures
and finish them up in any known style.
Give them a .call ; there is no better
place.

C;. A. Fnllerton, manufacturer of
Top Buggies. Wagons &c., at Woodcoek-
boro, publishes a card on page 18. Mr.
F. understands his business and will do
justice to all who favor him with their
patronage. Repairing and blacksmithing



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