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MONDA.T MOH.NING, OCT, 2-;
J?ry7rjf T). R. Knot. ' '
Cnvncitmrn Jacob Nhrl vcr, Jacob Won k
P. W. Clork.Ooo. V, Nawver.J. H.HI roup.
Jn.itire of the. lYnee W. I. Mercillioit,
(.tonjiiiWj .1. N.TeltswoMh.
School HfrtetnYi J. Winiins, W. F. TTun
'tor, 1). W. Knox, J. A. Proper;- Jooob
tUirtver. : ' . . '
FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS.
Preniilent, Juilrje J A men CAMrnKf.I..
Aoeinl JudijenSW. It. Uool, J. A.
Sheriff V,. U Davis.
Ihntviet A ttnrtfeifW. W. M Anon.
Trmmrrv-J. V, SnioiNs.
Jothonitmy, IleyintenO Jlccorder,te.
J. It. AnnKW.'
(limmumiicM-A. H. Root, ltKJtJ. El
1.IOTT, N. 1', Whkh.hh. -
n,(t ,S.ipcrhilenrlrntS. F. Hon nun.
) rommMiinrr. Ja. OlLt'lLUAN,
rV)Hii'v .V'lriVwnr S.I. Irwii.
Owfincr Jos'iAii Wisakm.
O'urtt't Auiit"fnM. H. HroWB, L. L.
IIacKETT, El. I Hol.l.MAN.
Member o Oiiifjreal Vjth- DiMrietO. W.
tecoKlKI.il. . I ...
tfinfn Senate-; W. A. Wat.i.ate. "
A-intaUu Jons l. IIaix.
O. C. A H. TIMETABLE.
Mall , l.'.'Op.in. m.
. Hxpress 0.37p. in. 0.40 p. ui.
, Arrive. Depart.
Express... IO.iU it. in. 10.07 a. in.
Mull , a.KIp, in. 8.20 p.m.
""xb'CALAN D MISCELLANEOUSr7"
A' o t l f c .
'All persons indebted to Una office
up to April 1st, 1870, Bro especially re
quested to nmko immediate payment,
as we desiro to cln.e nil accounts- t
that date. J. T. Dale, Treaa'r.'
Thk Republican majority... in Ohio
will exceed fifteen thousand.
Indiana lias gono Democratic 4ry
Several very fine deer - have been
-idiot jttsl above this place, during tbo
past week. ' ' ' ',
A new Democratic daily b to be
started', in Pittsburgh, on the first of
November. It .is" to bewailed The
Laihu: quantities of fish are now
being caught in the river nt tills point.
I3as.4, salmon and pickerel are very
plenty. . '
; The weather fur tho pnet week, has
been disagreeable! the extreme cold
and. wet. It has madxs several desper
ate attempts to snow. "
A Fuuioira galo swept over Lake
Erie on Tuesday last, which destroy
ed quite a number of. vessels. The
lss of life aud property is reported
to be groat. -m ;.-'
CortrtY hal a lively prize fight of five
rounds on election day, whie.lt resulted
iu tho capture of all parties by the
po'.ice, aud the addition uf $44 to the
exchequer of tho town.
TnEATiucALaud minstrel troups are
now reaping rich. harvests at different
points throughout the oil regions. Ti
onest will (after. Bob Stephenson
strikee oil on the Posy Field) furnish
.another point for these troups to visit.
Hurry up; Hob. ' ,
' AVk aro pleased to chronicle the
Striking of a ten barrel well, by,ur
iriend II. II. Stowe, at tl.o Tuouth of
. "West Hickory Creek. This opeus up
an entirely new field -for operations. It
is very 'heavy oil, and we are informed
that tUis oil soils readily at $7 a bar
rel at the well. . . . . ,
The enterprising managers of the
jMleghcny Valley .'Railroad, have
placed two elegaut sleeping cars on
their road. They ure called tho West
Held and Biocton. Too much praise
cannot bo bestowed upon the managers
.f this road for their untiring efforts
in providing for the comforts of its
Now that the streams aro rising, our
lumbermen are as busy as beavers get
ting all things in readiness to run
tUiir lumber to market. The amount
.i)f lumber now in the creeks ready for
a rise iu the riv.er, is fully equal if not
more, than is common at this season
.of tho year. Large quantities of Ium
ber is alreadyiu the river awaiting a
John Faounihs, one of tho owners
of tho famous Fagundas Farm, was
.nrrcsted ou Monday last, and brought
to this place, on the charge of stealing
h trunk from Pcott llnminason, pro
prietor of tho Vt nturo House, Truuk-x-yvill.
A Ifcaring was bad before Es
quire. Mercillioit, and the prisoner was
held to bail in $1,000 for bis appear
anee at tho nrst Quarter Sessions.
The death of Ceji. Robert E. Lee
bus cast a gloom over the Democratic
.party, a"d it weeps bitter tears; When
that great 'and good man, General
Thomas' death was announced the
Demociutic press, w ith few exceptions,
were reticent. Gen. Lee was an able
t Jeneral in ihe slave-holders' rebellion
while Gen. Thomas was a gallant Gen
-ral in the Union army. Does this ac
count for their grief?
. 'Dastardly " OvrnAK."Satu rday
evening, , as the. iT o'ejyck rjxpress
traia was passing Trunkeyville, some
human "fiend" ihrew a stono through
tho window of the rcaf car, which
came very near hitting a passenger.
Tho etono Was quite a largo nne, and
wond have indicted severe injury bad
it struck any person. We understand
this is the third timo stones have btcn
thrown into pnfsingcr trains near
Trunkeyville. The Railway Company
havo placed a spy in that vicinity, And
wo trust his . efforts to ferret out the
scoundrel will prove successful. There
is plenty of good rope undjgtQuf. trees
at Trunkeyville, and we hope The cow
ardly assassin' will have a" chance to
test tho merits of both, if hois caught.
Earthquake. 'About 11;J5 a. m.
ou Thursday . last, tho shock of an
carthquakd was very1 sensibly felt at
Titusvillc, and other portions of the
oil regions. In New York, Boston,
Montreal, and in fact throughout the
whole country, it was felt. In many
places buildings swayed to and fro,
alarming the inmates so bad that the
streets were thronged with people who
fled from their houses. The shock lust
ed for five or' ten . seconds. At this
point notbingjof thejilndjwas felt, nor
have we any desire to feci suok a sen-
The official returns of .Venango
county are as follows : " ' t'
For Congress, C. W. Gilfillan, Krp.,
3,t37 i Samuel Griffithpern.," 2,7.98 ;
Assoinhljrj J, D. McJunkin.'.Riep.,; 3,-
10G; C. W. Stone, Rep., 3,100; E. L.
Kqeuan, J)om., 3,827 ; jCJotinty Com
missioner', Henry Dubbs, Rep.,, 3,190;
George WrMays, Dem., 1,772; Jury
Commissioner, Samuel Me Alovyt, lc.,
8,024; D. McEipliatrick,Dem.',.;8-16;
Auditor, John , (j las?, ( Rep., ,3,130;
Plumcr Ilowarth, Dem., 2,770. ,
A tAUTY of nimrods, from Titus
villa, passed this place on Monday last
for the "deop woods" in the vicinity of
Sheffield? Warren county.' They were
fully' armed and equipped,, for n cam
paign, t The cfily' mistake' they made
in their 'outfit was, in carrying so much
ammunition and so little. rattlesnake
autidote..-' They had twenty rounds of
ammunition and only ten gallons of
chessepot whiskey. This, with ut
doubt was their first trip, but they
must" live and learn. " :. '.'.
Messrs. Hilbkonmsu & Cp.,,liavo
just received another mamtnoth stock
of dry goods and clothing, which em
braces all tho latest Fall and Winter
styles.' These goods have been select
ed with great care, and. are .now open
for inspection. As one of the firm re
mains in Philadelphia all the time,
they can keep up a better stock and
later styles than those who only visit
tho city once a year. - It is no trouble
for thcui to show goods. -r It
Bid AvPLits. Mr. Jacob Shrivcr,
of this- borough, brought fnto or of
fice on Saturday, last, a basket of ap
ples that bo rjsd i. his garden, that
we veuture to say can't bo beat in this
part of the State. They average in
weight, pbe'pouhkl eafeh,1ahh measure
fourteen and three-quarter inches in
circumference. He has more of the
same-soft 1 'Ho calls them tho "No
Name." .Wiio ao tejst'aknn J
TiiERferis a rumbf 'n'ffoat that wo are
to lose our 1 gendemauly aud efficient
ticket agent and telegraph operator at
this point. ' We bopejlbis report may
prove groundless. Mr. ButterfielJ ba3
ninny warm friends in Mus place, who
would regret his departure. Should
he go, our best wishes attend him.
The Copelaud Fanaon tho head
waters of Alender Ruu, this county, is
fast coming into favor with experienc-
ed oil operators. There is now two first
class rigs up on this farm, and active
operations will be commenced iu a few
days. We look forward to this territO'
ry as destinod to become first class.
New Pap cits. A new paper is
about to make its appearance at Fa
gundas Ctty, to be called the Jrese. It
will devote its columns exclusively to
Tho Uuion Mills (Erie Co.) Timet,
a new paper, will make its appcarauce
in about two weeks. It is to be neu
tral in politics. (
i ... .
The East Brady Independent comes
to us eularged aud otherwise impiov
ed. The Independent is a livo paper
and duscrvbug of the liberul support
given it. It local department is read
with interest, aud its oil -reports are
full and reliable.' ,Wo wU.li you, Col
unbounded success, aud may your fn
creating business compel you to soon
Mr. E. Cowan, editor of tho War
ren Jlui7, was married on Wednesday
lout, to Miss Camp, of Fovrestvillo, N.
Y. Wo wish Mr. Cowan every joy,
aud way his father in law die r.
Tub Governor has recently appoint
ed four additional Major Gi nerals to
command the National Guards of
Pennsylvania, as follows: Brig. Gen.
James L. Sel fridge, Major General
commanding tho 7th division, compris
ing the counties of Lehigh and North
atnton ; Gen. Thomas L Kane, Major
General 12th division,' comprising
Clurion, McKean, Elk and Forest
counties; Col. II. S. Huidekopcr, Maj.
General 20th. division, comprising
Crawford, Erie, Venango and Warren
counties; General Harry White, Maj.
General 21st division, comprising the
counties of Indiana, Jefferson, Clear
field and Cambria. Hero is a chance
for fame and glory, on paper, or dress
parade. . , .
D. V.-M isscs Mary S. and Susan
R., two country girls of more than or
dinary beauty," and who live near
enough to Titusville to call it the town,
n.et at an evening party not long
since, a 81-ihing city chap, who paid
more than ordinary attention to the
aforesaid belles. Miss Mary S. was
more than carried away, and squand
ered he.r wealth of affection and lion
neyed smiles iu a way that caused the
young geiit to think a ride with tl.e
fair M. would be pleasant to him and
acceptable to her. The mult was that
Miss Mary received a delicate note, in
which her company was requested for
a short pleasure ride, and so sure was
our hero of its acceptance that he con.
eluded by saying, " I will call for your
answer at two o'clock this 'afternoon,
D V." CGod .njJIing.) , But' Mitt Ma
ry 'a mother objected. 'Twas improper
for her to go oul! with' a stranger, it
would make lalk, fcc. But when' the
weeping girl gave her the note to pe
ruse she at oneo .gave- consent, saying,
" D. V., D. V., U cotfse you cau go.
Susrt'is g'owg'witfi you or else he wo'd
not-eittiie with a Double Vehicle. TU
tueville Cozirier. Vi". ' v .
The People's Ljt-crary Companion,
for November, comes to' us as bright
and a fresh looking as the green fields
arc after a gentle rain. It is publish
ed by E. C. Allen & Co., Augusta, Me.
Terms, 75 cents per year. A fine
Steel Engraving,, entitled " From
Shore to Shore," is presented to every
new subscriber. It is really one of the
most pleasiug engravings ever before
the public. The Companion is'printed
on fine, heavy paper; its columns are
filled to the brim with good things by
talented authors, and Withal it is one
of the largest and finest illustrated
family papers published.: - '. ' ; '
A cor.EEsroNDENT of the Pittsburgh
Commercial thus, speaks of Trunkey
ville, this county: '."Trunkeyville is
flourishing like a green bay tree'. Vau-
dergiifl fc Foreman have jnst finished
a 13,000 barrel iron tank, Nestle &
Peterson are erecting a large building
in the rear of the depot, designed for
a hardware and sort office. The Ven
ture Hotel is being fitted up in good
style to meet the rcqulemeuts of their
rapidly increasing custom, and every
thing is assuming an air of business.'
The Titusville Herald'e monthly
petroleum report for- September, foots
up tho daily production at 19,480 bar
rels, against 17,777 for the moiitli of
August, beifig an increase . of 1,712
barrels per day over the previous
.!, - .rt
D. S. Knox & Co.., Jjaye, just re.
ccived another largn in voice of agri
cultural implements, consisting iii part
of forks, rakes, scythes., hoes, &c. which
they are selling at .greatly, reduced
Tianos at Great Bargains. J.
C. Hull, of Meadville, Ta'., is offering
to sell the Steinway, Chickering,
Bradbury and sumo other makes, at
greatly reduced prices. Also Organs
and Melodeons. . " 21 tf
Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Saw mill
men, Oil men, aud other citizens ot
Forest county, who are in want of any
thing iu the Hardware line, should go
to Andrews & Co., Tidioute. They
have the largest stock in this section
of the country. They are making aud
repairing all kinds of BlacUiuery and
Saw mill castings at short notice 4-tf.
Dentistry. A. J. Stiles, Dentist,
Tidioute, Pa., has the reputation, of
being oue of the most expert Dentists
In this section. IIo uses all the 'mod
ern appliances for extracting teeth
without pain, such as Chloroform, Ether
Nitrous Gas,, or tho new method of
Freezing the Gums with Spray.' The
most delicate and difficult operations
of filling the teeth with gold skillfully
performed. He also uses a new prep
aration, "Os Artificiel," wliich sup
plies the bone lost by decay, and is
applied without pain. A long expe
rience in the business, and tho largo
patronage given Mr. Stjles, is suffic
ient evidence that his work gives fat
ftfaction. Office over Acomb's Drug
rtore Tidioute. ' 17 ly.
Retnolwi, Eroadhcad A Co., Oil
City, Pa., aro in receipt of their Stock
of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, of
all kinds. ' This firm is one among the
oldest of that city, and the most exten
sive. Their present stock is complete
in all departments, and comprises Gen
eral Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions,
fec.,Carpet, Oil Cloths.in great variety
of style and price. The goods have
been selected from tho best stocks in
the eastern cities, and for excellence
and elegance, have never been excell
ed by any establishment in this section
of country. The good taste ever ex
hibited by this favorito firm, has never
been more judiciously displayed than
in their present stock. Among the i
other numerous specialities, arc the fa
mous " U. T. K." braud of Ladies' and
and Children's Shoes. These are the
best articlo manufactured. All the
novelties of the season are supplied to
this firm simulatneous with their ap
pearance in the leading cities. 5-tf
D. S. Knox & Co., Tionesta, Pa.,
arc now selling the best tea in the
country for one dollar per pound, and
everything else in proportion for tho
cash. Also, fruit jars, &c, in endless
variety. 15 tf
Furniture bought of me will be de
livered, freight paid, to any station do-
sired on the.O. C. & A. R. R,'
Geo. H. Ahrf.ns, Jr.,
4-tf Tidioute. Pa
. A bi'leniid variety of Furniture
at Ahems' new' Wareroomb, ; Empire
Hotel Building, Tidioute, Pa. .4-tf
Yon .can buy yourFurniture, cheap
er and better at Ahrens'. new Furni
ture Warerooms, Tidioute, Pa., than
any where else in this section. Try it.
A. II. Steele, Cashier. Tionesta
Savings Bank, has been appointed
agent for tho celebrated " Iuman Line
Ocean Steamers," at this place.'. Any
person desiro'iia of going to Europe or
bringing friends to this country, will
do well to call on Mr. Steele, who will
furnish them with all tho information
required. ' -
Agnew & S:ggins have just receiv
ed a largo stock of boots and shoes, ol
every description, which they are sell
ing at prices that defy competition.
They have also on hand a fresh sup
ply of coffee, teas, sugars, tobacco,
cigars, rice, dried fruits, canned fruits,
spices, mess pork, ham, fish, flour.
crackers, bean's, peas, soap, candles,
nails, queensware, glassware, notions,
&c, &c., which they are selling as low
as the lowest, hero or elsewhere, and
are determined not to be undersold.
THE regular Full Kxam'imtions In For
est County will be held an follows :
Tuesday, November 1, at OlnrinRton,
Thursday " 3, nt Nebraska
Friday " 4, ut Tionosla.
Monday " 7, at N'eillliui-ir,
Tuesday " 8. at K. Hickory,
j-uursoay - 10, at jNewtuwn
Saturday " 12, at Marion.
. Exercises commence nt !) o'elockA. M.
Applicants will piunso eonie supplod with
pencil and paper. Directors ami friends of
education are respective invited to bo pres
ent. H, V. ltOllltEK, Countv Supt.
Oct. 5, 1S70. 'i!S-td
Albert O. IUirr, Lyman Howard and
iioocri t. ucAcii, vs. tuiinucl T, A el II. J.
W. Fleming, and all persons whom it may
In Common Plen, of Forest Countv.
No. 1, Dec. Term, 170. Hill iu Equity to
Tho riitiiitills iu the alove bill sav. That
thev are the ownnra in tee of one hiui jrod
and littv Bore of I,aiid,ortheroabmit.s,silu
atein Harmony Township, In said County.
described as follows i licinif part of the
I riu-i Kimwnaxuittt.itcliel 5urvvy, bound
ed on the north by laud of Uoo'ro Dun
lap. east by land now or formerly of J.
Comstock, south by land now or formerly
owned tv J. Johnston and J. D. Neill. and
West by the Alcorn farm,. which is part of
uie same ourvey.
That the said tract of land was settled
and improved by ono Ezra Oltchel, who
became the owner thereof by application
therefor, aud warrant and survey duly
made and returned to the hind o'llice i'u
1S17, aud the suUloineut dues lully com
That the said flitchel, on the 9th day of
December. 1815. by wrilintr duly execut
ed and delivt-red. sold and eonvo.yedall his
riwlit, title and intetest in the land atoro
tuvid to'one Ilenoiiio C. Scott, frcun whom
by siinilry ponvevuiicoH the title luw- be
come vested in
tho I'huiuittW, and prays
thev may be at liberty to
ma court That tnev may
examine their wltne.-ws, and make proof
oi several mailers and limits herein be
fore nieimonml, anil particularly with
referenco to tho matters alleged iu tbo
and Hth praraKraphs of this bill.
d. That they may be at liberty at, and
ursm all future oci-asions' to read aud
make use rf the said testimony as they
may oe aovsHi.
Whereupon the Court order and decree,
That an aoiiearance be entered by said J.
W. ElomiiiK ami all persona whom it may
concern on or iieiure me 4tn Aloiutav ol
December, A. D. 1S70. and that a coiy of
thisoriler and a stulemeutof thesulmtance
and objects of tho Hid be published in the
rorest Ktpu nlliuin for three weeks the last
of which publication shall be at least ten
days before the said fourth Monday of
Dec, 1S70. HYTIIECOl'KT.
Attest : J. B. Aunkw, 1'ro.
CfJOA WEEK paid agents, mule or
0J female, in a new luanufaclurin;
business at home. No capital required.
Address Novelty Co., Kiwo, Maine. 'M-it,
AGENTS WANTED FOR
ITS Votaries, by Dr. Jno- n. Ellin. Tho
most startling book of iiKMlern times. The
wliiile subject laid barcaud its hideousness
exposed to universal exocratiou. Wjitteu
iu the interests uf Civilization, Christiani
ty and Public Morality. Scud for circulars
aud terms. U. S. 1'ublisbiuK Co., N., V.,
tliu'lniiati, 'tUiwoand M. 1otiK 3-t
To tho Nerveous
At THOSE sulTerincs hnvo been protrnet-
ed from hidden causes, and wlio.e
cases require prompt trentm?nt to render
If you are suffering, or have suffered
from involuntary discharges, what effect
does it produce on your goneral health t
Do you feel weak, debilitated, easily tired?
Does a littlo extra exertion produce pal
pitation of tho heart? Does your bver, or
urinary organs, or your k idncys, fi-equonl-'y
get out of order? Is j-our ui lno some
times thick, milky or flocky, or is it ropy
on settlinoc? Or d'c" a thick skuin rise U
the top? Or is a sediment at the bottom af
tor it bos stood awjiiie? Do -ou havi
spcllsof short brcathinjror dispepsin? Arc
your bowels constipated? Do you havo
spoils of fraintiiig, or rushes of blood, to
the head ? Is your memory Iinpurcd ? 1 1
your mind constantly dwx-lliug on this
subject? Doyoufocl dull, listless, moping.
tired of compnny, or lile? Do you wish
tobo left alone, away from tverj body ?
Does any little thing nisko you .t.-rt or
jump? Is your sleep broken or re;li3?
Is the fcistre ' of your t-yo a brilliant?
The bloom on your cheek as bright? Do
you enjojr yourself In soeiely as well ? Do
you pursuo your biwineas with the samo
energy ? Do you feel as niucu confidence
in yousolf ? Aro your spirits dull and Hup.
ging, given to JiU of melancholy ? If so,
do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia.
Have you restless nighU? Your back
weak, your knees weak, and have but lit
tlo appetite, and you attribute this to dys
pepsia or liver-complaint?
Now, reader, self-abuse, venereal dis
eases badly cured, and sexual excesses, arc
all capablo of producinor a weakness of the
generative organs. The organs of gencra-
tion,when in porfuct health, make the ninu
Did you ever think that those bold, deli-
ant, energetic, persevering, successful business-men
are always those whose genera
tive organs aro In perfect health? "You
never hear suuli men complain of being
melancholy, of nervousness, of pnlpitation
of the heart. They are never afraid they
cannot sueecod in business ; they di. n't bo
come sad ftd discouraged ; they areahvays
polito and pleasnnt iu tho company of la
dies, aud look you and them right in Ihe
fauo none of your downcast look or any
meanness about them. I do nat mean
thoso who keep tho organs inflated by
running to excess. Those will not only
ruin their constitution1!, but also those
they do business with or for.
How many men, from badly euiod dis
eases, from tbo cll'eets of self-abuso ami
excess, havo brought ulwut that state o
wcakno in H1030 organs that has reduce
tho geneal system so mr.eh as to produce
almost every other disouse idiocy, lunacy,
paralysis, spln.il affections, sui-ld,e, and al
most every other form of disease which
humanity is heir to, and tho real cause ol
the trouble scarcely ever suspected and
have doctored forall but the riIi& one.
Diseases'of thoso org:ins require tbo use
of a Diuretio. HELM HOLD S FLUID
EXTRACT DUCIIU is the great Diurcli
and Is a certain cure for diseases of the
Bladder, Kldnoys, (i ravel, Dropsy, Organ,
lo Weakness, l-'emulo ConipHints, Holier
al Debity, and all diseases of tho Vrinar;
Orgmis, whether cvistii."' iu Mule or Fe
male, from whatever canto oiUrintiny,
and no matter of how long standing.
If no treatment Is submitted to, Con
sumption or Iut-anity may ensue. Our
flesh and blood aro supported from tlusc
sources, ami tlta health and happiness,
asd that of Posterity, depends iri.m
prouipt use of a reliublo remody.
Ilelmbold's Extract Bu-'hu, established
upward of V.) Xears, prepared by II. T.
HELMBOLD, Druggist, 5U4 Broadway.
New York, mid 104 Ssuth 101b Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. Puii E-1.2" per bottle
or 6 bottles for $rt., delivered to'any ad
dress, bold by all Iiruggestsevery where.
TONE ARE (i ENT IN E UNLESS
Doxn TP in !sti:l enijiiavei)
Wrapper, aio-suiilu of my Chemical Waro
housu, and clguotl H. T. II ELMUOLI.
School Tax A ot Ice.
"IVTOTICK is hereby trivon that the School
J-l Duplicate ol Tumestn lt.iiou'rb, of tux
of 1870, have been placed in nty hands for
collect! in. In accordance with tho Act of
Assembly, In such cac made mid provid
ed, 1 hereby glvf notice that I will attend
nt my Store', in Tionesta liornugh, I'a., for
tho purpose of receiving said tax, for two
months from date, It is under Act of lilst
April, Isiilt, that ail persons who shall be
fore tho expiration of two month from
the date of this police, pay their tax shall
bo untitled to a deductlon'nf live per cent.
D. S. KNOX,
Treas'r TloneMa ISoro. S. D.
Daled Sept. 1, 1S70. I'l-Ut.
Snmnel Ifn.lctt, Executor of Samuel
llar.lett, dee'd. Sarnh Hazlett, widow, A
Hubert W. Hazlett, et al. heirs and legal
representatives of Samuel Hazlett, dee d,
vs. tieorgo B. Sweeny nnd Mary Jane
Ludmlon, heirs and legal representatives
of Alexander Sweeny, deed, with notice
to tore tenents.
In the Common Pleas of Forest County.
No. II, Sept. Term, 1S70. lHbt n:i-1.Sl In
terest from Sept. illth costs 10.0"
Sci fa to revive judguibut and continue
To fieorgp. B. Sweeny and Mary Jane
Ludingt'in, the defeudents aliove named:
Take no. ice, that you nre required to ap
pear at our next Court of Common Plena,
to be held in Tionesta, on Um4i!i Monday
of Sejit. 1S7C, and show cnuso if nny voii
luve, why judgments should not be 'taken
ayalnt you. E. L. DAVIS.
. . . Shtrilf.
Simple Sweeny, in part for use of Sam
uel Jhiziott executor, Sainh Hazlett, wid
ow, and K. W. Ibi.li.tt, et nl heirs and le
gal representatives of Samuel Hazlett,
dee'd vs. same.
In the Common Pleas of Forest County,
No 1", Sept. Term, ls70.
Debt .f7.atirt.llu. Interest from Aug. 20th
Sci fa to revive judgment and continue
To (ieore B. Sweeny nnd Mr.ry .lano
Li'dingtt-n the dcfcntlats above naiaed : ,
Take nofice, t:ut you are required to ap
pear nt our next Court of Common Pleas,
to bo hold in Tionesta, on tM 41 h inondav
of ri pteiubcr A. D. 10, and siiow cause
if any.iou have, why judgement should
not bo taken amiiiist you. ,
i It. JJ. L. DAVIS, Sll'lt. .
REDUCTION IN PllICES,
F. & A. DUrJFi'S
Wholesale & Ketail
Wo take pieasuro in inviting the people of
T I O IN" ELS rr A.-
To call andexamino otir extcnslvo stock of
GROCEFJES AND PROVISIONS.
With our groat facilities for doing busi
ness, buying our goods from lirst hands,
and at Jobbers Kates, wo aro able to sell
goodsat much Lower Figures than smaller
Wo havo just received a Wrgo Importa
Bought especially for our t rado by a Broker
In New York, which wo sell to
Wo keep constantly on bnnd tbo largest
assortment of goods thai can bo found in
tho Oil Kogions. We offer groat induce
ments to .
LUMBERMEN' & JODBER9.
Butter, Teas, Flour,
Cheese, . Coll'ecs, Pol k,
llama. Suirar. halt..
Shoulders, Spices, Mack oral,
BaiHin. Svruns. White Fish.
Molasses, Cod Fish, Herring, Trout,
BmoKoa Meats, cee., isu.
DRIED AND CANNED FRUITS,
Of every description, sold at Lowest Mar
7,000 Gallons Stone Ware.
BEST QUALITY OF LIQUORS,
Tidiotito, April 18, 1S70,
I A A. DUNN.
T E A STORE!
The plaeo to buy every variety of tlio
VERY BEST TEAS
AT TUB " . .
L 0 WES T PRICES,
la at tbo exlensi ,o. Tea Store of'
II. T. CIIAPFEY,
where you can always tind a larx nssort
nieutof the best Teusat Now York prices.
A large o.s.-orliuuut of
Groceries and Provisions,
unequal'id ill quality and i lieapncssbyany
other store in Warren county, ulways ou
hand. The peoplo of Fortstt cuiinlv will
save money by purchasing thuir supplies
ut (bis place.
Dcsl Wand of
FA MIL Y FL 0 V R ,
dulivcrod at any depot on the lineof tho It.
Sl're on Main St. mar tho Depot.
Subscribe fur the Kki'UIjI.ii'an, the Im-h
ne spspr In the rsmiitj-.
Agents wa trrnn rort
'IHE LKill r Ol illEWrtRLr.
Ponbilnlng ! Icetwoisl's "Life of Christ,"
nn I -Livp-i of tlm Apor:tles, EnvnngnllstA
and Manvrs," Dri.Mri(b;es "Evidences of
Christianity;" "History of tlio . lews," by
Josephiis ;' "History f all religious De
nominations," with treatise nnd bibles rt
latlng to events connected with Biblo His
tory, eoutnining many line engravings.
Tbo whole forming a complete treasury of
Christian Ktmwledgu, W, FLINT. Vtl S.
Seventh St., Phila. 29-4t
TwcItg Years ;g Wild Indians & Plains,
THK LIFE OK (JEOIVJE P. BELDEN",
w ho form a love of wild arlveii'nrj au.i a
thirst for knowledge of tho Indians tlip
l iiKtotiiS, Sporls, Tratlitions, Wars, Orei t
Bnll'ilo llunts, rf-'., A-c., lelt a home it
plenty in Ohio, joined the Indians, adopt
ed their mode of I be, married tho benut
fill Washtella, because a Oreat Warrior,
Hunter nnd Chief of luQ Lodges, was sp.
pointed Lieutenant In the V. S. Hegulnr
Army, for meritorious service with his
braves against hostile Indians. A book tif
Ihe most thrilling interest, a reality well
authenticated. Truthstrnngcr than lictb n
Superbly Illustrated. 70 engravimp:, with
portrait of tho author. In full frontier eosi
tume. Price low. Should outsell ony book
extant. Send nt once tor illustrated circu
lar, tablo of contents, sample pares and
terms. A. II. HL'IWIAItl), Publisher. 4(,0
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 28-4U
An unfailing remedy for all I'.ronchial Dif
ficulties, Siro Threat and Holds'
C530LIC . TABLETS
also purify th blood, nsist circulation
nuil uircsst decay, acting directly on tho
Mucous Mcmhiano they sould be pi iir.pt
ly. and freely taken i; nil exposure er vi
tent chaii -e'of wcriher, as they wiil keen
up the circulation of the blood and thus
ward oil' all tendency to cold and Luir-
FOll WOKMS IN CIIILDrvEX
WELL S CAltiiOLlC TABLETS
arc a never laiiing remedy. Try Them.
, . boiu by an Drugests, .v it
Shows how to doublo the profits of tho
FAHM.niu! how fuimor.s and their sons
can each innke
sioo n;n month
In Winter. lu.lM) Conies will bo mailed
free to Fanners. Tend name nnd address
lo ZI EULEit JtMcCUKUV, Philadelphia,
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY I
ADJOINING THE HOLMES HOUSE,
M. CARPENTER, . . . Proprietor.
rU'du-on takea in all tho latest fvVn o
tho art. tJ-U
CHfWA A. UMlTEt) 8TATE3.
i (.r.Li. rn r1HT I.Alt nru"
' Pfortne FOOTUOHTS, Slo. '
I'M Our RULERS nnd our RICH TO.
l ChonoeBt A Bent Pamllr Riblea
1 IM.I Term. J'im. Aimmtinr Liraiuin,
The subscribers having re-rentod tho
SSCVIi: OUIST MIL.I.S.
Would Bay tohoir old customers, and
tho community generally, that they keep
constantly on baud a large stock ol
of all grades. Chop Feed,' Shorts, Bran, .'
Oats Riirt (Virn. With our facilities for do
ing business, wo purpose not to boundor
,ol.l by unv establishment In this section
of the country, and would say to the lum
bermen and dealers of Forest county, that
they can bo
and more promptly than from any othor
point. I mined into attention given to all '
ordurs from a distance,
. , E. JONES & CO.- .
LOTS FOR SALE!
BOROUGH OF TIONESTA..
Apply to GEO. G. SIUvLEfl,
Nassau St., New York City.
DP.. J. HOLAHD, of Tidioute, lias
rctuinsd to Ids j ctiio utter uu aL
si nce of four months, ,,.ut in Lu llo. pi
talsol'New York, whcio will uitouj
calls in his profession,
Ollico in Eiin'k.i Drug Store, 3d ioor
above the bank, Tidioute, Pa. 4lUf
W. j 1SOIIAM.
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