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MONDAY MOANING, OCT. 24
As we go to press, the terrible nc
comes to us of the wreck of the Ocean
Steamer Cambria, which lind on bonrd
at the time 127 passengers, all of whom
' perishcd.togclher with'tlie crew. Ves
sels that have arrived aTNew Orleans,
report that fifty miles of the Florida
const is strewn with the debris of the
. wreck. In our next we will give the
Tho cable dispatchesjnforms'us that
Bazainc has cnpitulated.'and that he
will march on Farig with Lis army that
has been holding out so long and he.
. roically at Mete, and with theprisonci
wade at Sedan, enforce terms of
pcaco. His object is to place Napo
leon's son, tho Frince ImperiaJon tho
..throne of France Baaine to be nouii.
. Hated as Regent.'
To Our Headers.
It, no doubt, will be surprising to a
majority of our readers, to know that
with this issue, our couuection with the
Republican: ceases. For the seven
. mouths that we have rhad charge of
tliiypapcrwe have labored hard to
build it up, and make it the exponent
of the Republican party of this coun
ty, and a representative of the local
interests of this community. How we
have succeeded, we leave to our read
ers to judge. Of ono thing we are
satisfied, and that is the subscription
has increased almost one-third since
we took charge, nnd is daily on the
increase. In severing our connection
with this paper, wecannot refrain from
returning our thanks to our many
friends in this fplace and throughout
the county, Tor the kindness shown us
during our stay among thorn, and ue
shall ever remember the many pleas
, ant and happy days spent in their
. midst., . . May they continue to prosper
and be supremely h&ppy.i jj'u;:! ,
Out objsct'injaeveriiig our connec
tion with thiapaper, is best known to
cur?elves, and it might not be proper
;to here give our reasons, but may at a
future time if it is deemed necessary.
We have on'all occasionsendeavored
to work in such a manner as would be
conducive to the best interests of the
county and the party not for nnv
particularcli.pje or set of men, but
lor theSiriofe party.
Our successor, Mr. Duun. is a man
known to the most of the citizens of
this place, and of whom all speak in
the highest praise. Ho at one time
. was the editor of this paper, and his
departure was regretted by many.
, It is not our intention to leave Tio
uesta, but shall remain. , We know
;and feel that wo have the good will
ana sympathy of the citizens. W
feel that we have done our duty to the
best ot our ability. ' and if others fai
to do tbcii's, on their heads rest the
blame. R. J. McQvillev.
It will be seen by reference to the
official vote . published .elwhere, of
iorest county, that the Republican
majority in the county, is ninety, a
gain of twenty over Governor Geary's
vote in HHt'J. When we take into
consideration the fact that but little
interest was manifested by Republi
cans in certain portions of the county,
we thiuk, and ieel proud in savins.
that the result is glorious. The Dem
ocracy felt confident in their ability
to carry this county and left not a
etoue unturned to accomplish it ,but
Forest county is not ouly growing jn
population rapidly, but iu intelligence
. which accounts for this Republican
gain. If the Republican voters of
this county (and all over the State)
would manifest ihe same degree of en
thusiasm in our local elections that
the Democrats do, our majority would
have been muoh larger; but' we can't
complain, fur this result gives us the
assurance that our party still grows,
and we congratulate the voters of the
county on achieving this crowning vic
tory. Your work was dyue nobly, and
now we have tho satisfaction of know
ing that we stand to-day haud-in-hand
witli our sister Republican counties,
who have so long stood the test and
successfully held at bay the party that
would, had they tlie power, overthrow
tho very institutions for which so mauy
gave up their lives. Forest county
contributed largely of her stalwart
eons for the maintenance of these
ea mo principles forvhich they .jud,
and they are not nw, as is shown
by their rent vote, willi'-r that thee
.rinripl hull be fbugM so, in
Tho whnlo Republican ticket is
elected with one exception (District
Attorney) and this Was th worlof
trie ivepublicnn raters. Air; Mason,
the present eiiotimboiit, has filled -tho
position with honor 'and ability nnd
his many friends in the Ivepublicnn
party in this section, supported him
toaninn. Of course we would have
preferred Peeing a Republican fill the
position, but it would have been im
possible to have fodiitt dnd that is more
fitting for the discharge of the duties
Of the office. It might not be out of
place here, to give a brief review of
the whole Republican ticket elected,
but we gave thw beforo the election,
and therefore, deem it unnecessary.
Suffice to say, that the ticket was one
of tho best that could have been se
lected, and will discharge the function
of the various offices to which they
have been called to fill, in such a man
ner that will redowncd credit to those
who placed them in office.'" All honpr
to Forest Count? f ; 1 . '
Loss and Gairi. "
A the fact becomes apparent that
whatever losses the Republican party
may have sustained in the late election
it will still hold the power within its
ands, and keep the State from Dem
ocratic misrule, we turn with some in
terest to an investigation of those loss
es, and the consequences that may en
The truth is, we think, a Democrat
ic loss Is a permaneut matter with that
party. That Democratic disaffection
means antogonism to Democratic prin
ciples. That nothing has kept that
party together, but discipline of the
most severe and vigorous nature, and
when that force once becomes expend
ed, it has no patriotic priciple around
which it may rally its members. When
we reflect, leaving onr own State out
ot the question and turmiiff to Ohio.
that Hamilton county in the year 1863
polled a Democratic vote for Secretary
of State of twenty-one thousand " and
eighteen votes, we cannot understand
how the Democratic party only polled
a vote ot lourteen thousand tour hun
dred and eighty-seven for Secretary of
fctate iu the year 1870. Hero is a loss
oi nearly seven thousand Democratic
votes. The Republican party cast but
seventeen 'thousand votes in 1870, and
had the Democratic party done as well
as they did in 1SC8, they would have
had a majority in round numbers of
lour thousand votes, while the truth is
the Republican candidate is elected
by over two thousand.
"We mention this fact for a single
purpose. . Here, in our own State, iust
as little reason can be assigned for the
loss to tho Democratic Party in the
Ittti District with lU Democratic ma
jority of 1,719, as may bo adduced for
tin decreaao of their vote jn Hamil
ton county, Ohio. In such instance
we hold it is a permanent loss. "Onlv
thiuk of it," says the Cincinnati Daily
inquirer, "without counting the rrntur
al Democratic increase, 7.000 Demo
carta who voted two years ago did not
put in their appearance at this elec
tion." . ' " " . . ',
, Turning to our own election we find
that Stewart, Gilfillan and Donley
have been defeated. With regard to
Stewart there was at best but a very
raeagro majority to overcome, and Mr
Covode has only succeeded indoiotrso
by proving that base frauds had been
perpetrated 'against himself. With
Donley end Gilfillan it was different
Each of them had over ono thousain
votes to back them, and their defeat L
a positive Democratic victory. But ii
did not arise from any adoption of
Democratic proclivities, or acceptance
of Democratic principles. It urises
as in Hamilton cdunty, Ohio, through
the fact,' that Voters stall at home aud
did not vote. . "
Rut there is this difference between
them. While we believe a Democrat
ic apathy is a permanent Democratic
disaflectiou, it is not so with the Re
publican party. Standing upon prin
ciples that have made it the glory and
wonder of the world, it has at all times
and under all circumstances a rallying
cry. Here and there some private
personal irritation may create a local
contest, but it as but the surface of its
waters that becomes troubled. ' Far
down in its depths, its great heart
reals, quietly throbbing, and "undis
turbed by the surface ripple above.
In the defeat of Donley and Gilfil
lan, we see nothing more than a stimu
lus to futuro Republican triumphs.
We do not us yet regard Morrill de
feated. We believe he will be p.LIo to
show what it is asserted he can, frauds
iu Blair crunty alone, sufficient to set
aside this meagre Democratic majority
of eleven. But with regard to the
other thero is no doubt they should
not hove been defeated. Nor do we
I tlieve they would have been, had not
ui Bound and ill advised assertions
been circuited through their counties,'
that while it bad bijj, littl actual
strength within itself, could confirm
tho indifference of a handful of men.
AndTtiut wasairihat'wal liceiTcd. " i "
Rut, taken into connection wilh t!his
i (hc'tiiidoulited fact, that a general
pathy seems to have pervaded the
people. In thoso districts whero Re
publicans were aroused to their duty,
the result shows we have lost nothing.
Allegheny and Philadelphia counties
seem, however, unfortunately to have
been the ouly counties that fully ap
preciated tho politicul situation, and
even in these two counties thirty thou
sand Republicans staid at home. The
vote in seven of the interior counties
compared with 18G8, shows a decrease
of nearly 18,000 votes.
The lesson of 1870 will long be re
membered by the Republican party.
Had Swearingen been elected the State
Jfcnate would have been Democratic.
Standing as it does to-day 17 Republi
cans fi' 16 l)omo'craii, having lost one
from the .middle district; it needed but
the election of Swearingen in Allegh
eny county to havo giveu tho Demo
crats the "majority. ' Our Legislature
will stand 50 llepublicans to 41 Demo
crats, wo having lostcne member from
Delaware, one from Lycoming, cue
from" Indiana, "one from Armstrong,
and one from Crawford, with a gain of
one in Bucks. Pitts. Gazette.
Forest County Election Returns Of
The following is tho olucialvoto of For
est oouuty i , . , .
Con. As'bly. Judge D. Att'y
I i-1 - ii I
Tionesta W 4!) 25 41 24 49 24 24 48
TionestaTp. : It 31 HI 85 20 17 83
Harmony,-,.. 81 77-7i 77 76 M 53 104
Hickory 4S 25 44 25 4 1 24 40 20
) nott 75 4.1 fin M RO 80 M 62
Jenka ,15 21 13 21 15 21 17 2H
Kinsley 38 47 37 4 42 4.1 2S 57
Howe . .7" 7 1 7. i l u 5 3 a 4
Green .13 20 ( 1. 10 23 25 23
Majorities 90 : 83 bO 130
' 80 17
. 74 Si)
. IU 17
n n . c3
a. a. c s
s - -1
Hickory 1 i '
l 27 84 19
87 18 41 14
St 66 81 77
75 41 f 21
4.21 47 21
41 22 12 22
8rt 47 411 43
7 00 7 I
14 19 13 20
' It'inoerata In Iltilict.
Congressional Majokities. Tlie
following are the official majorities on
tho vote for Congress in seven counties
in tlie1' district, McKeau county not yet
officially announced :
Erie County, 1,506
Warren County, '' 594
Elk County, - ' ' ' 445
Clearfield County, ""' "; 1,237
Jefferson County, '' ; 132
Cameron County; ' 47 '
Forest County.' : '' 90
1 Total, "5,235 1,814
; . Eitimating McKean county at the
tame figures as last year, Mr. Scofield's
majority will be 'CIS. r , ' n-.l
A COER1-3PONDF.ST , writing from
Cardington puts on record a curious
freak of nature, as follows: "We have
a monstrosity a sbort dintnnco from
here, that will beat the world. Xrfi&t
Tuesday morning a lady gave birtb to
a double child. It is of tlie natural
length of a child with perfect head on
each end. Ou one side there are two
perfect legs with feet; this side, only,
is t.be gender apparei'it-7tbat. of a. fe
male. , ; :piK,t be', other side there is ono
leg. which is as large as both the oth
ers, arid appears to be double; the foot
displays eight toes. The creature is
healthy. Ic takes its foot well iu both
mouths, and digests well. There is
but one set of bowels.
The New YorXVutioit is merciless
on tho Democracy when it sayB that
according to its platform the Demo
crats desire the establishment of a re
public for Ireland on tho model of
that of New York ' city, which ia the
first Irish Itepullic ever established, and
possesses many novel governmental
BY VIRTUE of Bimdiy writs of Vondl.
V.K., issued out of the Court of Com
mon fleux of l'orest County, ami to mo dl
rot led, there will to exposed to salo by
publio vendue or ouu-ry, at tho Court
lIouMt) in the. Jioroiifrh of Tionostu, on
MONDAY NOV., 7TH, 1S70,
at 2 o'lork, P. M., tlie following describ
ed real estate, to-w it :
James D. William, vs. J. C. Miller, Ven.
Ex. No. 3, 1'ee. Term, 1870, Het vtts All
defendants, rijdit, title, li.teiest and elaim,
of. in mid to, a ( I'l l mil pieeo or pureed ol
land sitiiiito iu lilt) TowiiKhip of liarmony.
County of l'.'tioHt, (formerly Vtnantro) aiid
S'Mte of f eiiiiH.vlvuniu : Itoumlcd Rail
dtiseribod an follows, lo-wit: Jleinoinv ut
ii poot, llieiiee kotitli eighty nine dt reiK
east one hundred and m venty-fourpere i.
to a pu.--t; theiu stuitli oue-lialf degieu.
west, one hundred and Uventy-two Hint
three tenths port-hen. t a post ; 'thentie by
lmul of Jumps Hultiuw, north eitl'ty-iiin'o
degrutw, est one hundred aed tH-veuty-four
pore hen to a whiUj oak j thenee north
omo deifree unut, one hundred and twentv
livo and thri t.toiitJis parehes to a post, tLe
plaee of befrinniiini coi.tuiuiuK ono huu
(tred and jiinntv ilirew cii of lsnd more
or trm, ll.Ttlinsninn ploco of l.uvl pon
.-..-i t,v in.- v iu-i i v htiii i ruiT' Klin (i.i
Htvl Mining romjmnu, reooraed i r rimrU-r
ifviKo. 2. pnit 1 12. in Vemuitfo fount v.
Taken in execution nl Ut bo sold As tfio
pmi'ftrtv orKl. C. MiUer, nt tho suit of
Jrtili 1). Wit hum. . .,'
, " AT.SO.
urn Conipnny, i n. Kx. No. ft. Ihv Term
In7ii I ..(l.o.. A II .1.... . .
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t'Hnt'1 o Idinl !.iiiiai.. ;n n .r. .......! i..
Bin roi'pi. Iiiint. 1 ii .
UoiwerilKJj lollown, to-wit : Ilrvinnliifr
... ... 1 r"uu 'ewniiK irom
1 loOOHtA trt l1!!.!... II.. tl.
liuiil ot Jrtooli Uiuift ', nil, ninii tlioncn l,v
ftni.l la.id MOl ....... I..... ... - . ..
... ...... r., -, n, a ,M)W at lf
Umiiol Blcruno, dooisv...,!; tlirnc. puhiUi
Sf'iiT"'1' 'I'-f V"st' "f "" 01 JnI,J bito 4.f
AMUtnin MrMnlpvi tlicn.-o miuili 24 ilp
frriOH won! .li i...i ..v ... . .
lons thcm-nnlonK mitt limit wpst 2ii iii'rrhcn
til till, ifiiilriiiri.a.t .r. '..
, " -vioit.rp nii'llll.motl;
t notn-o nlnnir kmhI fnt,tt... t;.... ... . . ....
J.t (esmoiiwmt40iinri'lHii; tlionco nlnntr
said epiitre lino iitu in 40 tlpreoa went SO
... im juaiv oi IX'i,'lMiiiiw; con
tiv.ninn twenty cro!i nitvre or lps
Taken IncxtH-iition and to ho soid no the
property of Tho Iron (Sitle, IVtroleuin
t'".'.,.,'!l.,v Rt suit of Charles Hnys.
ThitMs CASH. ...
Shorilfa Ulliee, Ucl. If, 1870 ' '
a-3 ' K. Ij. DA VIS, Kli'lT.
Froe lo ISook A sen In.
We will send a IinndMomo I'msiieetus of
our New Illustrated Kaiiiilv llililo to anv
Hook Agent, free of eluirge. AtldrusA
National PubliHliitig r,,., i,iiB., l' ;s
S1()MAM,,K ZK0M DO Gm
S.imrtliintt urgently HeetltMl br rveiyln.tlv
dill and exiiinine, or sivt. pie Vent pratie'e
paid tiir H) ets tliat relnil e.tMil v lor j'rt. T.
.L- Wolcott, 1S t'lmthrui Mi.,'N. Y. is-3t
AGENTS WAXTKI) KOU
Hon. Win. SKWAItD'S OI1ANI) TOTH
of Jexivo. Adventure and Sight-seeing
"Our Sister RepLqlic." ; '
Is rt Work -of rare merit' profum-lv Illnstra
led. Kond foruireuluni to C'oluiuliiun ltook
tVnipany, llartl'ord, ft. l-3t
FJglit Io Cent. old
OF THE ISSUE OF
$1, 50.0,00 0
ST. JOSEni & DENVER CITY
In denominations of 81,000 and $"00, eou
(,ii ui iftciHiereu, wim imorest nt Kilht
IH pout. l,r in, m, in i..i...l,ln I .,1. t?. ,."L..
- i j 4i. i.iii, i , ,,r.ti-
ary and Auintst, in UO.Ml fieo fililtl
States luxes, in New York or Europe. Tho
IhiikIs have thirty years to run, pavable in
Now York iu icLI . Trustees, l-'ai niers'
oaii.anii irusn onipnuy or New York.
Tint Kiorloiitrn u-liioli ...... .i.A , .
is at the rate of ?1.VH) per mile ; wvers
and is a htst n:id O.M.V innrtutro. This
....v,, (unumii'K ,-u .Itwepil WiUl ,,1-OI't
KearneywiH niiiUe n short and through
The Coniixmv lim n n f"-,iiiii
Sttwkof- . . Jiooo.OOO
And a'grant of T,and from
CoiiRi-tViS, of I,'50l,0o0 Aeres
valued, at tho lowest esti
mate, at - .- -ft--.. . 4,VM1.000
l irst Mortgage Bonds, - - 1,500,000
Total, - ir..-,-00,0C0
loial length ol roatl, 271 rnilea ' distnnet
inelucletl in this Mort,-?aie, 111 miloi ; prie
87i and acerue.tl intert, I N Cl'ltKKNCY
C:m he nlttiiiiinil r... tl.A : i
. . ... -. ... ....... ..lo tin, ,ri muueu.
A Iho. it.ittit.lth.lw t,....u ..... t..-.
- . ' ! I I uiin until IIIIILIOII
relating thereto. Theno bond, beintf so
"ci " "ti .vioitnuff a large piet(m
are desirable to parties seeking unto ant
inerativo investments. We recoiumeiK
thoin with entire uoiitideiiee.
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ple will buy this, notwithstanding tho
"hard tnnos." It iH a plonoiire to soli it,
for it is doing much good. 'Iho work is
ppleniilly bound nnd 'illustrated.'. II. I'.
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pma, Pa. n-4t
1 Centre St., opposite Post Office",
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a " 3
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to B O .. . -
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Spirits, and Itefuso Liquors, tliH-toretl Sp.
4-etl, and swretenod to please the lust.
eaiietl "loiitea," uppetizem, ' Hestoratl ves
Ac., that lead the tipler on to druukens
and ruin, but are a true inetlicine, niude
irom 1 1 10 native itoots autl Herbs of Call
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port'eet Renovator anil Invh-orator of the
sys'em, ciirryiuir oil all poismioim mattei
nnd restoring the blood to a healthy t-ntuli-tion.
lloperson can lake llioso bitters nc
cortliiiir to directions and Iciuain hmj; un
well. - flt0 will ke irlven for an ineurnhln cnst,
provitie i me uonoaaro not ticsiroyed lv
mineral poisons Or-other means snd Hie
vital organs wasted beyond the point rei
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For Inltammatorv nnd Chronln VI. num.
atisin. ami Cout, liyprpsiu. or Indiges
tion, Iiilioiis, Remittent, and Intermittent
Kovotk, Diseres of tho blood, I.IVer, Kid
neys, aiy.i madder, these Hitters havo been
iiicMsucneMKful. Such liseives aro eaus
otl I y Vltiatetl iUootl, which in Kcnerallv
protiucea ry aurmigemoiit ortlu) Dijestive
Org-jns. , . . i ,
Clennse.tbe Vitiated niood whnnoveryou
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cleanse tt Um you lind it obHtrucletl and
sliuf-'ish iu the reins ; elrrmse It when U is
I'nu. nml vour leelins will UMI you when.
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system will folinw.
fin. Tape, and othe Worms, lurking in
the sysicui of so inanv tlioiisnuds. aro ef-
r......... ,, .1 .... , i .
im.t,tiiit.v 4ittri4-eti anti remtvati. - '
Iu Itillious, Ktiniittent, and iiitvmittmit
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l. Ueneral Airents, S.m Kicnciseo ami
etiicranif nut, .ui., uno iu fi ol i.:oniiucreo
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fonls (he inos astonishing relief, anil very
rarely tails to produce a eoiupjete and per
.nisnent euro ; - t;!- -tM
It eontainsno drugs or other mnterlals
In the slightest ilegreo Injurious, even- to
tho most delituUr w.vs(oni,und can always
be uetl with perfect safety.
I. litis long been In ciHiNt'itnt n hv ninny
of our mott. euiiiieut pli ysiciitns, wlio give
it their iinniilmous nnd iiuiiualitled oppn
val. The Ibllowing, among many of our
best citizens testify to its Wonderful Flu
ency : . .. : - .' i. ,
"llaviiiir used Dr. Turner's. Tia-Jnuf-fMrrnx'nr
tfynVvvmt Xtui-pJia' It, find
in numerous instances recommended it to
patients suffering with neuriilgln I have
found It; Without an F.xeeptlon, Mnceom
plish all the proprietors have claimed.
J. R. PlI.LlNltllAM, Dentist.
12 Winter St., Itoston, Feb. 18, MYl. "
Mr. .1. M. KStory for many years nn
apothecary in this eitv, nnd lor 'three years
during the wnr, In ihe Hospital Depart
ment under tho If. S. Uovorntneut, thus
speaks of it :
" I have known Dr. Turner's Tle-Doul-oureux
or L'nlversnl Neuralgia Pill for 20
years. I have sold it ami used It persoiml
Iy, nd I havo never known of tt eao
where it dill not glvo reiifT. Customers
have told mo thev would, not be withont it
if each pill cost t-m dollars. I tblnk it the
most reliab'o nntl valuable rrmetly for
neural;:'. and nervous diseases iu tho
V.t.rld."i -;- v-
Messrs. Tdrtter Co. : v
For a long timo a member of my family
nasKuuerisi severely witli euralicia. nie
pain wns almost unentliirable. We tried
various medicines without siuvess. A few
months since, we begun tho use of vour
Pill. It has proved Perfwtly Successful,
and no traces of tho ilisease remain. I inn
gladly recommend your remedy to all
sullcrers from Neuriilgln.
V. W. PKVroN.
r.oston, Mar. 25, 'U7 . I'mtH-n-iVor ti J.hh;
Sent by mail on receipt of price and pos
lrt,ie. 'Jno package, - - - f I - Postage It cents.
Six packages, - - A - ' 7 "
It is sold by nil dealers In drugs nud
niedicintM nud by TURN Kit A CO.,
Sole Proprietors,' l'JO Tremont St.,
HUSTON, MASS. 8 17 4w.
untike all other
Bjtitrs in the
...... ..... , ..
Host 'I: aid , to-1.
CulMart' mcirli lcidiimtiihy nhtff, I
tolit as a leverage. ' Dr. lloback'a .
Bitten are ttp a beverage in miy
wtB of the word, but contain (he
mod trjmisire drug known to
frience for the radical cure of
Indigestion aW Dyspepsia, and
for all cae chere a tonie and
restore the vital
foroei in a -
mo A( defrree..
awl gire tone to
the sunt em. . t .
It is now elertn
years tinee Dr.
Iiobucl; the cel
4.' . .I t F . ....-
; it, iy;,c , U 4-t9
country and introduced the S(
vtiMitii.i, yiiuwi ttf-yicrKHer
which time thousand have been
cured,' by it nr, of &v,iu and
other blood distusct. It contain,'
Usides the Iitdide of Potassn and
Syrup of Slillingia, drug import
ed from Sweden for iU exprem
manufacture. ..Mihnawn aud t.ni-
" - J tio4iti;-
cv('t i'ji I hit
u'ntry. , A
convince the most
sicepluijl of iU
wondci ftil value.
Blood Dili are
any Pill manu
factured for a
One trial -iupi.
riably eslab'ishet them as favorite
viilk all who iue them. ' . ,
The reason why Dr. liohaek't
Biqqd fills should, be kept in ei:
ery family art; Because they can
be employed in all case where jj
u family physic" is required, and
are perfectly tafe in (h, ir admin
istration at all times; Because
Ihnj art made
both with and
adupliitg th vi to
the use of every
they can be pur
chased at any
drug store at the
price f twenti-
fict cents prr;
J'or Sale by Ut'uyijists
and Dealers in I'titent
JUeTielne eren'irhrr. '
.. Tte Republican Office
TT'EEPS constantly on hand a large as-
IV sortition!, of ltlttnlr lli,..Hu M.t. .........
Sllhntcnas. Warrants. NimitoonM A?ty
E Tr i . r n v fcr - l
be sold ehesp for cosh. tf.
. j.) Tji.iJi, i ft i
in ( n
, "LIVE AND LET LIVE!"
Is tho motto of
. .. v
tnIio havo ojiened a "
BOOTS 4 SHOES,
NOTIONS, CUTLERY &C.f
In tho old Court Ilouse building, adjolulns
the Iloluies House,
whero they wliriio hnnpy to 'supply th
wanu of this community, with an " -A
! ; . i .
Entire Frrsli AKsortutcnt :
. .. ' .
of ull Uio novelties in tho ..
. DRY GOODS LINE.
;;:( ha i. . 1
which have been selected with great'enre.
An to prlcoH, wo challenge all competitors.
It litis long lieen the desire of tho peoplo
of this community, to have a store In tlioir .
midst whero can bo fountl evervtlitiig gen
erally kept In a llrst-rluss store.nnd whero
jt could be iurchased at living prices. To
satisfy thin want, we havo come lo your
midst, and hope by proper attention to
business and to tljo want ortue people, to.
aeeuro their patronage.
. : Our stock of
Is seeond to none In "
"i ' ' ' , -.. '- ' -
i . , '''
nnd wo are Ueterinhiod not to be under
sold. Those goods embrace all the
1 A T E ST STYLES,
and we feci assured that the citizens of tliis
county will not liuvo to gd to adjoining
towns to purchase DItF-SS GOODS In th
future' ' ' " '
Our stotdt of
O L O T TL .X IT a-
Is suporior, both In quality and stylo to
any ever before otfer-xi in this section, and
we trust that all will call and examine our '
stock before purchasing elsewhere. Wo
MAKF. CLOTHING TO ORDER,
having an experienced cutter, we can sat
isfy tlie most fustidious ; and as we liavo
our own manuliictury iu Philadelphia, wo
thereby have tho advantage over all other
dealers In this section.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, AQ
in endless variety, at priyes to suit tho
of every atylo aud quality, which wo era.
prepared to sell at New. York prices.
Call and,Examineouif Stock.