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KQ. 4 WATER ST. A 4 CHESTNUT ST.,
Offer fothc, M liolfHale and Retail Tmd
tho Lonest, Kiel o.t -iind Most U plete
Stork of Kail Clones Id Western Penn'o.
Imported Press Good In nil tho latest
Bfylesat C. BULLOCKS.
Illock Silks, Stripe Silks, rialn and Fan
cy Silks, of his own Importation, for sale
nt Popular Prices at C. BULLOCK S.
Cloth, Flannels, Sacking, Water Proofs
a mil lino at c. JJullucka.
In Rlenchcd and Brown Sheetings. Ta
ble Linens, Napkins, and Towels, I have
the Largest Stock In tho city.
Do Yon Want It ?
Tho best Black Alpaca.it Is Double Warp
Royal Standard. "Vou will find a full liip
at tue t-upiro store, only
. C. BULLOCK..
The Last Sensation !
Is the Arab Long Shawl. One Hun
dred just opened at C. BULLOCK'S
FIFTY- ROLLS Brussels and Inprain
CARPETS, just received, all new stvls
ot C, Bullook'8.2
Oil Cloths, Mattings, Stair and Hemp
Carpets, Rug3 Ac C. Bullock's.
Taratan Tlalda, Plain and Twilled for
Children, at C. Bullock'.
Plain and Striped Satin, Duclicno, now
and elegant for suits, at C. Bullock's.
In preventing this lint I would offerspoc
lul Inducements to tho wholesale trade,
and only ask all to an examination nf my
Mauliuoth Stock to satisfy llicm that I caii
cell goods for Joss money' than any other
House iu Western Pa.
ftjftabta Sicilian HairRenewer
IT an stood the test of ttcven yeara
before the public; and no prepar
ation for the hair has vet been dis
covered that will produce the same
beneficial results. Jt isaneittircli
liew scientific discover), combin
ing mam of the most powerful and
restorative aaents in the VEGET
ABLE KINCDOM. Jt restores CREY
HAIR TO ITS ORICINAL YOUTH
FUL COLOR. It makes the scalp
white and clean; cures dandruff
and humors, and tUUin? oat of
the ltnir: and will make it grow
upon bald heads, erccpt in very
iifed persons, as it furnishes the
nutritive principlo bit which the
hair is itonrlslietl ami supported.
Jt makes the hair moist, soft, and
alossu. and is unsurpassed as a
JIAiJt JJJIJUSSJXO. It is the
cheapest preparation ever offered
to the public, ms one bottle will ac
complish more and last longer
than three bottles of any other
Jt is recommended and used by
the l irst Medical Authority.
The Wonderful results produced
by our Sicilian Hair Jienewer have
induced many to manufacture
preparations for tlte Hair, under
various names ; and, in order to
induce the trade and the public to
pure Ita He their compounds, they
have resorted to falsehood, by
claiming tliey were former part
tiers, or hail some connection with,
our Mr. Hall, find their prepara
tion was similar to ours. Io not
be deceived by them. J'urchase the
orlffinalt it lias never yet been
equalled. Our Treatise on the
J lair, with certificates, sent free
by mail. See that each bottle has
- our private Ilevenue Stamp over
the lop of the bottle. All others
R. P. Hall & Co., Prop's, Nashua, N.H.
1 Sold ly all Drwfjitlt oar? DtaUn in Mtdicint.
. s. c. c-iaIs" it7
WATCH MAKER & JEWELER,
Aid Dealer in
WATCHES. JEWELRY, AND
Repairing douo in a workmanlike
manner and warranted to give Bat's
faction. ( 4 ly
J AN'l'KD. Ijind ill Peiiiisvivauitt I
a.h and nnl HKJckn, iownsiliu
Bros., I6i Soutii Third St., i'hlia. M-n
it will pay.
for the Porcfct Jtepubljcru
GROVER & BAKER'S
Tjo following ore se'eeted from thous
ands of testimonials of similar chnractor,
n expressing tho rc.iaonn for tho prefer
ence of tho Grover A Pakcr Machines over
"I like the drover A Raker Ma
chine, In the first plnco, because if I had
any other, I should still want a C. rover A
Baker j and having a drover A Baker it
answers the purpose of all tho rest. H
docs a jrrcator varietv of work and iseasier
to icarn than any other," Mrs, J. C. Cro
ly (Jenny June)
"T hare hail several years' expe
rience with a CirovorA Baker Machine,
which has piveu mo (treat satisfaction. I
think the (irover A Baker Machine is more
easily managed, and loss liahln to get out
of order. I prefer the U rover A Baker de
cidedly." Mrs. Dr. Watts, New York.
"I have had one In my family for
some two years : and fiom what I know
of its workings, and from the testimony of
many of mv Irietids who use the samo, I
can hardly see how auythingcoiild be more
eonipleto or give better (satisfaction."
Mrs. Oen. Grunt,
"I Wlievo It to bo the best, all
things rmisldcred, of any that I linvoknown
It Is very simple and easily learned; the
sewing from the ordinary spools is a great
auvantaire: mesmcnis rntirciv rename;
it does ornamental work brautilullv : it is
not liable to get out of order. Mrs. A. M
SHMner, 36 Bond St. Brooklyn.
"I am acquainted with tho work of
tiie principal machines, anil I prefer the
Orover. Baker to them all, because I con
sider the stitch more elastic. I have work
in thehouso which was dono nine years
ago which is still good." Mrs, Pr. Mo-
Crcady, No. -13 East ifilrt street, N. Y.
"Moro than two-thirds of all the
sewingdone in my family for the last two
years has been done by Urover A Baker's
Machine, and I neer'had a garment rip
or need mending, except those rents which
trolicsomobovs will make m whole cloth
It is, in my opinion, by far the most valu
able ol any l have tried. Mrs. Henry
vt aru iieeciier. . , .
"Tho Grover A Baker Sewing Ma.
chine has rendered In every respect, tho
most perfect satisfaction. It oomliinos so
many advantages with beauty of execu
tion and economy in price that It Is a ne-
ecsity m every household." Mrs. Cover
nor Cieary, ll'arrisburg, Pa.
I have had the Grover A Baker Ma
chine for ten or twelve years in constant
use in my house. I have seen and known
every kind of ramilv sowinir. both ner
soiml and household, accomplished noon
the Grover A Baker Machine, to the entire
satisfaction of all concerned, Rev.Stephen
"I "find the Grover A Baker Stitch will
wearaslongastho garments do outwear
the garment in fact. Tho stitch will not
break on bias seams, when stretched, as
others do ; and neither does it draw tho
work." Mrs. Dr. Whiting, 4 East tweu-
ty-lourth street, N. Y.
The Grover and Baker Sowing Machine
Company manufacture both tho Elastic
and Lock Stitch Machines, and offer the
public a choice of the best machines of
both kinds, at their establishments in all
thojarge cities, and through agencies in
nearly all towns throughout tho country.
Price lists and samples of sowing in both
stitches furnished on application to Grover
A Tinker S. M, Co., 127 Wood Streot, Pitts
J. C. HULL,
(Successor to HULL fc WHITNEY,)
Xo, 167 Water Htrcvi,
f1E ADVILLE, PA.
' Has on hand
The I.AItCJUST STOCK of
Iu Western Pennsylvania, ami havingbeen
appointed by the Manufacturers, General
Aent for tho salo of the Instruments in
Craw ford, Venango and Mercer counties.
parties wishing to purchase a iood instru
ment si 1110 iovsi missiiio price, win una
it to their advuntave to purchase directly
from me, and K' ta guarantee for live years
with each instrument. .
L'hickerin'j & tlons,
ll rt. II. llnuibttry,
li'm. P. Emerson,
C. KurtzmnH's, and other.
This is also the U'liolesaiu and Retail
iioud quarters, fortius section, of theccle-
O. C. WHITNEY
ORGANS AND MELODEONS !
A Good Assortment always on Hand
Stools, Spreads, and everything in tho
music 11110, instruction Hook ot all kinds.
All of the lute Suudav School and oilier
SinirinK Books, Sheet Music sent hy Mail
or Exi rcss on receipt of orders. Guitars,
lolinir, Jlanjos, 1'lnU's, Files and Drums.
Brass and Herman Silver Instruments
fni nisi. ed to Bands at the lowest prices.
Aiwavs on nnnn a larjje stock or the best
ITALIAN 8T1UNUH, which will U scut
bv 111a 1 or otherwise as ordered.
Soci nd-haiid Pianos, Meloileons and Of-
qun.-i, taken 111 CM hune lor 1 ewnncs.
All comiiiiiiiiclions, (wluci. will leccivf
nroiui.t attention) should bo addressed tc
ly J. C. HULL.
CHAS. H. SIIEPARD,
t-ENUBAl. DEALDR IH
DRY GOODS, KOTIONS.
HATS, CArS, AKD SHOES,
NEW YORK STORE, Centre Street,
OIL CITY PA.
A OICNTS Wantko ?223 por month by
It. the American Knitting Machine Co.,
Huston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. 20.3m
desJt Mrs. JI
C. Legijett, Hoboken, N. J
T wrj.J WjgJ'iA I will send tho
- iSCA-lfi rei-eiptbv wliich
i r'hrTO-itv-i 1 ,:"r"l "'
11 AVE LEU S
UKK ANT ACCIDEN 1' INSUR
ANCE COMI'.a.NY, of ! I art ford,
Ot"i. Cash Aofets, l,.(Ki,(ieo.
OranN LIFE and l.NHOW
MKNT l'olicies of all approved
funis. Ample ncur.ty, low
rates. Also ins'U'e" against ACCI
DENTS causing death or total
di-aiulitv. Policies written by the year or
mon.h. lias paid S.O'l per day for Mr
Years in benefits policy-hoMcrs. 17-41
O.l X A DAY
10 new articles foniwnts
Samples free. 11. B. SHAW, Al
fred Me. -7-4t
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
Prir.es cashed and information furnished
by UEORUE Ul'llAM, Providence. H. I.
50 Cents to 83 per Evening, at Homo.
We aro prepared to furnish profitable
employment to Men and Women at their
homes. Ono person in each locality
throughout tho United States, can ungate
in this business at great wages. Wc send.
frkk, full particulars and a valuable sam
ple, which will do to commeiico work on.
Any person seeing this notice, who wants
profitable, pernianet work, should (-end us
their address, without delay. IS. C AL
LEN A Co., Augusta, Maine, 27 -H
A DAY FOB, ALL. Stencil Tool
samples mailed freo. A. J. Fnllain,
0-15 Broadway, N. Y. li"-4t
I") RIDE AND BRIDEGROOM. Essays
if lor Young Men, free, In sealed envel
opes. HOWARD Associ.Uion, lkix P
17 4t Philadelphia, Pa.
To sell tho Octa
nt Sewing Machine. It is Licensed
makes the "Elastio Lock Stitoli" and 1.-
warranted for 5 years, price $13. All
oMier machines with an under-feed sold
lor tl5 or less are Infringements. Address
Octairon Sowing Machino Co., St. Ituls,
Mo., i. Chicago. 111., Pittiiburgh, Por Bos
ton, Mass. . , .13SIU
(MA A Bar Business entireJvnew ai d
0 1 V7 honorable. Liberal inducoiuenls
Inscriptive circulars free Address J C
Hand A Co., Biddol'ord, Me l&'Mn
AGENTS WANTED fM.VLR OR.FE
MALE) FOR T.IK ......
Phisical Life of Woman.
BY GEO. H. NEPIIEYS, M. D.
This brave, pure hook is the gi eat suc
cess ot tno year. 4,IKX) have already tM'cn
sold. It still sciis with a rap'ihty quile
unprecedented. Agents all a;;ree that they
mako mnnev faster selling it thaiv any
other. Much tirstr-chiss territory is stiil
open. Scud at once fr pamphli i Ac' Ad
dress, GEO. McLEAN, Publisher, Phila.,
New York and Boston. 2J-4t.
GETTNG UP CLUBS.
GREAT SAVING TO CHSUfflERS.
Parties enquire how to get up clubs.
Our answer is, send for Price List, and a
Club form will accompany it with full di
rections, making a large saving to con
sumers and remunerative to club organia
crs. Tl:c trcai American Tea
81 & 33 V1"SEY STREET,
P. O. Box 5C4S. kbw YOltK. 'Zi-it
I70RTUNES offered to live
X Choiici.. Send Stamp.
Co., Washington, Del. 1
fTMin highest Cah Price paid for the old
A Stule Bank Currency ; Bank of Craw
ford Coanly, Yi'iiango lknk, Oil Citv Bank
Petroleum Bauk, or any of tho old Stnto
Bank issues ; also, for mutilated Scrip of
:!l issues. A. J I. STEELE, Cashlor.
IS 2 Tionvstu Savings Bank.
WATCH, pair of Blankets. Ouiitor
Shawl, for One Dollar, appears almost
impossible, but such may bo hud, and hun
dreds of other useful articles, bv patronhs
IngUI'O. A. FLUMMER & CO.'S ''ONE
Their sy stem of doing business 1ms been
examined by the authorities, and a Decis
ion rendered from tho Internal Ilevenue
Dcpaitmcnt, at Washington, dulod Nov.
4th, lNi8, Hcclarin their business perfect
ly fair and logitiinuto, and entirely differ
ent fi'oni tho different gift enterprises. Of
course all donotget watches, blankets, Ac.,
for Ono Dollar, but in every largeclub, one
of these, articles arc sold for Ono Dollar, as
an extra inducement, arid some member
of the club has tho chance of obtaining it.
A new feature introduced by this enter
prising tii ni, is to pay their agents in eith
er ca.sh or merchandise, and to prepay the
express charges. No lietter opportunity
ran be offered to either ladies or wntlonich
having leisure time, to form clubs for this
Bead their advertisement in another col
umn, and send for catalogue.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
Law Book for
Tho best Subscription book out. Ad
dress. O. D. CASE Ji CO., Hartford, Conn.
Will chanpre any colored hair or beard
to a permanent black or brown. It con
tains no poison. Any one cm use it. One
sent by mail for tl. Address, MAlilt
COMB CO., SpriiiKllu'.J, Miu-s, 8- 8m
THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY
NEW YORK OBSERVER,
$3 PER ANNUM.
Oie Mortl Free or Trial.
SIDNEY E. MORSE, JR., ,t CO,
37 Park Ro v. New Youk. 24-lt
C'.VXON ORE EN
O Is Brighter, will not fade, costs
Less than any other uecauselt will pam I
twice as'iniich surface.
6iTSOLD 15Y ALL DEALERS!
J. II. WEEKS & CO., Manufacturers,
24 4t 122 North 4th Street, l'hilada.
ijjllOO,000 in six moiitlis can bo
made by a shrewd and reliable man in a
sure, safe businehs. An investment of 25
will return a clear prolit of JH7 3. Eor par
ticulars call or address tho North Ameri
can Picture Co., No. 86 Nassau Street,
,ev oi k. 21
QQf fir Ior year and expellees guar-
Vvvw anu-ed toaJl
1 ambitious men
and women selling our world renowned
latent Silver Mould Wire Clothes Linos.
particulars address tho Oirard
Is, Phila. Pa. Zi4t
Wire Mills, Phila.
pSVCHOM ANCY, l'asciiiation or Soui
1 charniing. i(K) pa.'cs; cloth. This
wonderful book has full instructions toeiw
ablii the reader to litsi inate eitlicr sex, or
any aniii,:' , at will. Mesmerism, Spirit
ualism, and huiun ii c ' other cu4auh ex
pi riint uls. It can bo ootuiued by semi
log addii-ss, W illi ll) cents postage, to T,
Ur .r- i'.. Jn 41 la.. l ;. .i.ii.
! Phil;KllpUia, Pa. H it
ERIE RULWAY !
l,4f0 Miles under ono management.
K00 M iles without rhango of Coaches, -J
IUE BEOAD GUAGE DOUBLE
TRACK ROUTEi '
BKTWEKN TH '
AND T1IH '
WEST AND SUTHWEST!
Tnl BA1LW .T KXTBNDS TROM
Cincinnati to New Yortc !..PrtOMIlM
Cleveland to New York.....j..82ft Milos
Dunkirk t New York. 4 v..4"0Mile
HnlV'ilo to New York .... J......42Jt Miles
Rochester to New York ..-KKS Miles
r And is from 22 to 27 niiha tho short
est route. ;
New and hnroved eoachef are run from
Cincinnati, Davton, I'rbana, Marian,
Gallon, Alansllcld, Ashland, Akron,
Cleveland, Warron, Mcadylllo,Dunkirk,
Bullalo and ltochcsler. to Now York,
without change, Only one change to Bos
ton. , , . ;
On and after Monday, Juue 18th, 1870,
Trains will leave CORKY at the following
hours, via :
12.30 A. M. Day Express, dally, Mondavi
excepted, for Cleveland Cincinnati. nnd the
west and south ; connects at Mcadvillo for
Franklin and Oil City; at Clarksville for
Sharon, New 'ast'e and Pittsburg; at Lev
ittshurg, Nundavs excepted, for Youngs
town; Cleveland with Lake Shore 41.11. for
west and northwest; at Ravena withClevo
land A Pittsburgh for Alliance and Pitta,
burgh ; nt Akron for Orrvillo and Millers-
burg; at Urban with Pitt-sbnrgli, Cincin
nati and St. Louis Railway for Indianapo
lis, and nt Cincinnati with the Ohio A Mis
sissippi Itailwav lor tno sou in ana south
west, A sleeping ear Is attached to this
train at lloiiicll ille, running tlyougli to
Cleveland. - .
:12."l p. m. Night Express, Taily 'tor
Cleveland, Cincinnati and th west and
southwest ; connects at Meadvillo.Sundays
excepted, lbr Frankliu and Oil Cityl at
IjCavittsburg.Sunday excepted for Youngsi
town ; ct Cleveland with lakc Shore Itiul
way for the west and northwest, and at Cin
cinnati with tho Ohio A Mississippi Rail
way for the south and southwest. A sleci
ingcar is attached to this train atN. York
running through to Cincinnati!.
7.05 A.M. Express Mall,Monday8 ex'cept1"
etl, for Cleveland and tho West: connects
nt Mcadvillo, for Franklin and Oil Cttv ;
nt Clarksvlllo with Erie A Pittsburgh Rs"il
road.tor Sharoiii New Castle and Pitts
burgh, and at Cleveland with Lake Shore
Railroad for tho West and north-west. A
sleeping en is attached to this train at New
York running through to Mcadvillo. -
.M P. M.
Freight and Accommodation,
6 . ". ,
0.37 r.M. Freight ond
daily Sundays excepted.
1.50 P. M.WayFrcighljSundayB exeept-
GOLNG EAST :
4.17 A. M. New York Day Express, dal
ly Sundays excepted; connects at Orcat
Bend with Delaware, Lackawanna A Wes
tern I.ailway, tor Scranton, anil at N. York
with midnight express train i.f New Jor-
tcv Railrosul tor l'hiladelnhla. '
A sleeping car it attached to this train at
Ulcvulamt runnln.!; throurh to Iiornclls-
vuio connecting wiin train liavimr new
and Improved Drawing Room Coaches at
tached, running through to New iork.
1.03 P. M. Lichtninar Express, connect
ing daily at Elmira with Nortliern Central
Railway, for V.'illiamsport, llarrisburg,
Phi)adel-hia and Baltimore, and at Now
York for Boston and New England cities.
A sleeping coach is attached to this train
at Cincinnati running through toN. York.
0. .17, P. M. Cincinnati, Express dally,
Sundaysexcepted, conuoctiuuat liinulian'i-
ton for Albany mid the celebrated sum
mer resort Sharon Springs, and at New
lorn tor jJOKton and all New lCngland cit
ies. A Kieeumir car is attached to this train
at Mcadvillo running tiiroiiuli to Nw
ions. . ,
4.17 a. m. Stock freiuht and Acconimo-
autiou Sundays excepted.
6.4op..m. Friuht and Accommodation.
10.25 a. m. Way Freleht. Sundays ex
cepted. ' "
Boston ond A'cw England nassencors.
with their Basirsire are transferred freo of I
chargo in iew xork,
Tho best ventilated and most' luxurious
bleeping coaches ailrln the World-- ac
company all night trains on this railway.
"fcSuThe Erie Railway Omipany has o
ened a new Ferry from their Jersey Cily
Kcivot to tlio foot of 23d Street, thus cna
liliiisr l'assentrers to reach thounucr nortion
to file city without the expense and auuov-
The scenery alonsc the entire rouUi
of the Erio Railway is of the most pictur
esque and beautiful character. Admirers
ot nature s beauties, in a daylight journey
over this Line, will ttnd in its ever chang
ing landscapes subject of continual ad
miration and interest.
BAUUAUE VHEVKEp THROUGH,
and Fare as Low as by any other route.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA ERIE R Y.
Which can bo obtained at all the princi
pal Ticket OfliccM in tho SVest or South
west. WM. B. BARR,
I D. Ritkkb, Gdi'l Puss'r Ag't.
ANDREWS & CO.,
DRILLING TOOLS, AND ALL KINDS
1 -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HA ID "W J E J
Ac., Ac, . Ac,
- . . TIDIOUTE. PA.,"
H. V IB U Elli
AVOID tn'ACKS. A victim of eailv
Iniliscreiion, causing nervous debility
premature dceay, Ac, iiuving tried in villi i
every advertised remedy, 1ms a simple
nieansof Mll'-cure which he will send free
to his foilow-suffcrors. Address J. II.
TUT I'LK, 78 Nassau t,, New York. 27-41
' - -
1 "- DF.Ai.r.n 1
PianOS . ORGANS, ff.LCCEC
Xui t& lnstrmnetits of all Descriptions,
PIANO & ORGAN STOOLS, .
Old and seeond hand Instrument taken
in exchaugo for now onos and full value
EVKRY IUSTUUMENT WAItilANTED.
Center Street ... . . Oil City, Ta.
Nov. U. tf.
J A COIJ KHIIII Ell. .
Having fitted up a first clam
Are prepared to furnish to order all kinds
01 uianuiaeturcu luniucr sucu as
' SIDIXO, SURFACE-
, dressed lumber; SASH,
' DOORS, RLIXDS, A KD EVERY
DESCRIPTION OF PLA IX A ND FA X-
. CY MOULDIXOS.
Dealers will find it to their advantago to
, . .. CONSULT OUR TRICES,
Before Dorehaslng eWwliere, (is u loen.
tion In tli heart oi tho lumber region gives
us superior advantages 111 tho purchase o
lumber that will enable us to Undorsoll
tiiose less lUvorably situated,
Mar. 4, tf.
I Is it trrnt Dr. Roback'a Stom.
5 ach Bitters increase in salo
every year? 1
They aro tho best combiua
tion ever made.
Do tho Druggists reconv
mend Dr. Roback's Bitters
to their customers'?
vcitra of experience .
nud trial they have been
proven to be a sure euro
for Dyspepsia and Indiges
Is it that rhysicians uso
and recommend Div llo
back's Sugar-coated Blood
They know tho ingredients '
of which they aro made.
Arc Dr. Roback's"' Blood
rurificr and; Blood Tills
the best remedies taken to- '
gethcr for tho euro of all
diseases of tho blood? ' ,
Tim Blood' Purifier Is tho
only articlo in tho market
which contains the celebrated
costly Drugs ' imported ex
pressly from Sweden for its
manufacture, and tho Tills
contain tho active principle
of Todophyllum (Mandrako
Hoot,) and is a substitute
for Mercury.' '
,,Aro Dr. C. W Roback's'
Stomach Bitters, Blood Tu
; r ificr and Blood Tills tho
lliroo greatest remeilics tho'
world has ever known?
'ViS ... . -
After eleven years' experi
ence and trial tho sales havo
increased each and every
year, and thousands of let
ters (unsolicited) of tho ro
markablo cures, they have
performed bear witness,
llead the letters in Local
Column, of cures by. these
medicines. , ;
ADJOISlNO THE DKrOT,,
WHITE OAK, Forest County, Pa
' . IIU1LMAS0N, BEO'S, Propr's.
THIS house is new and fitted up in first
'class n vie, and is headquarter for- all
persons visiting tho great oil tiold of Hick
ory. '1 he bur is lurnislisU with the best
of liquors. The proprieuns will spare no
pains to make it the most desirable stop-
pui pincw in Mie on regions. lJy
ON AND Arrrn ll P. r. Rtundav May
1, 1H70, Trains arrive nt and leave, the
Union Depot, corner ef Woshlnton and
liberty street, a Riiiowst
- Aiutrm '
Mail Train, l.no a m t Vsft Lino. 12.11 ft
m ( Well's accommodation So. 1, (1.20 a m
lirlnton anoomnindiuiotl fin 1, 7.50 a mi
Wall's accommodation So 'I, B.5fla nt;Clr
clnnatl express 0.20 a ni i rfoiitwn ae-
conituociatlon W.Mi a m JirsuuocK s an.
commodation No I, 7.00 pint J'ltislnirpi'li
express I.IIO n m: l'acllle exnrevs l.M p m ;
aus wcommoiaiion io :i, y i
HotiHTVTKKl monmmodatlon No 1. i".6o P"!
Wall' iKnniodaUon No 4. 6.00 P m
Brinton aouomuiodation No 12. 1.10 rf J '
ay rassenuer lO.ai p ni.
Southern 'exnrem 5.20n m i Pantfln ix-
Iircss 2.ts a In Wall's necoinniodiitlon No
, fl.HOa in t Mail Train 8.10 a in ! Itrlnton's
accoinmodslion 1 (.20 mi Braddock'a an
eoiumixlation No 1, fi.10 p ni s Cincinnati
express li.3."Cp in j Wall's accommodation
N 2, 11. 51 a m ) Johnstown accommodation
4.05 p in ! Homewood aiwinmiKlntloo No
1, S.W p in; riiiladelphla express 3.A0 p m;
Wall acoomniodatiou No 3,3.0.) p nit Vt all's
acconiiiHMlalion No 4, O.O.'i p m ; fast Lino
7.40 p ni Wall's No 5, 11.C0 p in.
The Church Trains leavo Wall's Station
every Sunday at 9.0A a. in., reachinn I'itta
burph at 10.00 a. in. Returnlniteave IMtts-
IHiritn at l'-'.ro p. in., ana amvot wan
Station at 2.10 p. m.
Cincinnati cxnresa leaves dally. Soulh-
orn express daily excopt Monday. All oth
er Trains daily, except Sunday.
J For further lnformatlon;aply to
W. II. BKCKWITH, Agent.
Tllo Pennsvlvanla Railroad Company
will not assume any Risk for Ba)rpigo ex
cept for Weariujr Apparel, and limit their
rsponsihiiity to ono llumiroa Doliat val
ue. All ba:i)rao exceeding that a ount
in vahidiwill bo at tho risk of tho ner,
unless taken by.spocialjconlraet. .
A. J. CAMSAl
General Superintendent, Altoons p.
DAVIS & ECfHOLS,
(Near;the C6 '.-t House,)
llavo a ceneral assortment of School
RiMiks, Law Hooka, IIistrii""HlblcM and
TcstaiiicnlM, Hymn Hooka, Music Hooks,
Blank Rooks, Knvelopes, Note, Letter and
cap writiim lHMerM, Pons, Ink, Suites and
evcryimng in ino , .
ROOK A STA TlOXER Y R USIXICSS.
All of which thev offer to sell tVirOT.P
SALE OR RKTA L, at lowest cash prices.
DAVIS A KCIIOLS,
Inventors who wish to take out letters
Patent are advised to counsel with Munn
and Compttur, odiUira of tho Sclentilio
AmericAii, wlio havo prosecuted claims
beforo the Patent Otilce for over Twenty
Years Their American and Kuropeait
Patent affoncy is the most extensive in the
world Charges less than anv other relia
ble airency A pamphlet conuunhiif full
ii.n.i r iiirrMiiH I!. Mini prnillN
MUNN & CO., 7 Park Row,
13tf - Now York
IS Prepared to deliver tho best quality o
CWil al the old Kvcrhart Hank,' two
miles from Nowmanvillu for 7 cents ner
ui u. iiuuL'niA.iiu tiuiiiiijr lor
?5 CENTS PER BUSHEL.
Ho always has a largo supply on hand,
Now Is the time to lay in a largo supply
Orders promptly attended to 29
,. . ESTABLISHED MAY 1853..
LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT
LIVE STOCK rOUCILS,
ISSUED IN FIRSTCLASSCOMPANIFS.
. . , m
LOSSES PUOHPHI ADJISTKD AMI fAIO.
A. C. SAMPSON, Ccd. Agent.
V. D. HENRY, Oil City,r
. ... , Ag't for Venango Co., Pa.
Application raceivod mid Information
furuisheii by A. IL StKtLl at Tionesta
Saviuu-s Hank. .. ' apllf.
M. P. GETCHELL,
, ,. Dealer in .
, Motions Roots & ESiOo.t,
HATS &c CAPS,
. i' . ' ..
&C, : Ac, &c.f
CORXER MAIX A DEPOT ATS.,
Has theTjircstand most Complete Stock
now on baud, of any store in
Having purchased my stock since
the preat decline in Gold, I can sell
poods cheaper than- any Drv Goods
House ia the Oil Regions. 'Persons
purchasing goods of me will gave 25
por cent. . , M. P.'GETC'IIEI
Tidioute, April 11, 1870. 4 Gm
J OH WORK neatly exoouted at this olnce
at rcasouablo rutoa.
A CHANCE seldom ofTerei I! I own in
torest in one of the best Kdver Mimis
of tho day, developing, etc., rear (ieoi t'e
town, t!ol. Can sillily you of it unduubU
ed value as a good investment uud a paving
one. , lt of references given. I wish tq
sell one-half of it very cleap'for cash.
Address my att'ys, Townsond Hros, 131
South Third streot, Phllo. Pa. U u
Oil Creek & Allegheny Rivcrtt y
WARREN A FRANKLIN, FARMKRS
A OIL CREEK RAILROADS WMSul
IDATEU New and Most Direct Iout to tl OH'
On and After MONDAY MAY SOTII.'TO
trains will run as follows:
fl.00 A. M. KXPHKMS SpartanarmrR
0.5W; Tryonville ; Hydetown 7.1lt Tl
tiiSTllle nrrlve 7.20, depart 7.117 1 Miller
Fann7,M)l Pioneer 8.07 Petroleum tn
tre arr. 8.1", Iva. 8.17, (!olumbia 8.23, Tarr
Fann 8.2T, Hv"d Farm , Ro'isevillo
8,:tHj Oil (71ty8."iSlvs 11.00. Rockwood
Wainnl bond OleoKilis .B1, eoiineet-
'liB with train for Pitliolet) llenry a ne:iu
n f rin,..,..... in OA llllr
1IK1C lM-n, j i.mm-i ....
u'l.li. . to UJ ... !' illnllla
-rfl-ea 10 M, lv. )0.5, Thompson's
orrivl. '8 at trvlncrton at ll.Hoa. m'.
, 'v, M. MAIL,-Spartaiisbiir H.45,
r.-..t...m. 1U. 7 p. 111. iryonvine
,M1 . Oak. 8 4.1,
1- . X'l,,..
... n ,,i t l : . . I .
arr. TicUoule 4.1- Ivs. 4.07, '1.
arrives at irvhieton 4.f.0 1. W."
0.08 PM ACCO.MMOUA'N.Siiiiil.n. '
.!. tVntrevlllo 7.i;u. Trvonvlllo
llyneuiwn 7.i, arr Titusvillc 7.!l Ivs .v
Miller Farm Mtt, Pioneer 8.2(1. arr at PcW
Centre K.-H, Ivs ruts Columbia H.4I. Tarr"
Farm N.44, Itvnd Ji'itrm i ,ltocscvllle.f3
arrives nton'city U.l p. in.
11. 4S A. M. MAIL Thompson' arr.
Tldiouto 12.M Ivs l'J.3S, W hite Oaks I J..'3
Hickory, , J loncstu Kavlc hock
.Ilenrv a Jteiut flections (con
nects with train lor Pltholc) Walnut Hend
ltockwood , arr tlil Citv L'.'J!! lva
2.4'J, Housevilie 2,.r.s, llvnd l iirin
Tarr Karnv .10arr t I'et. 'cnlro 3.?')
Ivs. It.iM, Pioneer .1.80, Miller Karuv 8.4.i.
rr. Titusvillo 4 01, Ivs 4 11 )l'(lei',w
4.24 p. in., TryonvlHo Coiilrevilin
Spartausburij S.14, arr at Corrv 6.43
'': ' . 7
o.oii r. ni . r..riu:ss Thompson's nt
' nrr nt Tldiouto fi.ltUov .While.
oaks (1.07. Hickory . Tioncsla t'.:.7.
Kufile Reek .Henry's lleml Ole
opolis 7.I.1, Walnut Item! Rockwood
nrr Oil City 7.40 H e 7.47, Rousrvllle
8.0.1, ltynd l'ariu Tarr Karm 8,1.1, CoU
rliliblas.ls, arr Pet. Centre 8.21 lvS.'is, p.
oncer 8..1.1, Miller Farm 8.45, nrr. 'i'lttisvllle,
U.10. Ivs i. I.i, Hydetown ti.2.t, Trvonvillo.
. Spa.rUiisVri, 10.7, arr, at .Coiry Ju.8.
p.m. . i , ,
' I.TfXvrf nii.YiTY. - '
7.00 A.M. ACCOMMODATION House
vllle 7.M, Rvnd Farm , Tarr Farm 7M
Columia 7.ii!i. arr Pel. Centre 7.1ft Ire 7.311,
Pioneer 7.4.1; Miller Farm 8.00. arr. Titus
VIH08.I8, lvs.H.'j:!, Hydetown 8.111, Trvon
villo Ceulervillu 8.W, Spai tanshurg
IMO, arr, Corry H.'li 111,
All trains connect at Corrv with train
on Phila. A F.ric Railroad aiid A. A t. W.
Fast ond West for New York, Philadel
phia, llarrisburi;, Krio it Cloveland, and
with Hnftalo, Corry it Pltlsbuiyh Railway
kr JlullaloaBil all poliilson tlioN, Y.. Cen
tral Railway. At Oil City with trains on
Allegheny Valley Railroad, and Franklin
Hranch A. A t. W. At Irvltieion with
trains on Phila. A K. Railroal cast and
C. J. HF.PHt'RN JNO. P1TCA IRN.
Siipcrliiteiident. (Jcn'l Malinger.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RftlT RGiD "f
GREAT TUROCUH ROUU'E
The Oil Regions lo rillsburgh
THE CAST AND THE WEST!
On nlV-tiiirlit trains. Passcnein and bap
pairo transferred at Oil City, Fkhk ok
Trains make direct connection with all
Roads centering at Oil Cily, and ieavo as
Pay Express leave Oil City ut 1010a m
Anivesat Piitsburch f:!0 pin
Ninht Express Leave Oil City t30pm
Arrives at Pittsburgh 7 tKI a la
Kittiip-..iii( Aeo. leave Kinleiitoii ll.lil p 111
' " arr. Kittuiiuiug C.oopm
Mixed way Leaves Oil City , 7 00 a 111
Arr at Wentl'cnn Junction.' 7upiu
Iay Express leaves Piltsburgh at 7 15a in
Arrrives at Oil Citv at 1 65 1 111
Niisht Express Lcuvos Pittsburgh 8 00 pm
Arrives ni tin iiy...- otla III
Parker Acc, leaves Kittanninir at 7.20 am
"- " Arrives at Parker at t. o5 a m
Mixed way Ivs WcstPenn Juuu. VlOam
Arrives at Oil City at BOOji in
Passeri:eis travcllln(r by this Rnuto will
find botUr accnmmodatioiis and make bet
ter tinio tnau bv an v ullier road from tht
Oil ltcgliiim to Pitts'burirh.
. ' . j . J. J. LA'VHKNCK, (ion. Supt.
ERIE & PITTSBTJ RGH R. R
On and after' Monday, Nov. IS, 16!)
train wiil rim on tins road ns follows:
' ' LEAVE E R I K SOUTH WARD.
11:55 A. Hi. AcrojiMonATiov Leaves
Niwcostle ut 7:05 and arrives at Pittsburgh
10:J)0 iu 111.
10:25 a. m.. riTTsm uoir rx., slojis at all
stations, and arrives at A. & O. W. 11. It.
Transit r at l;-.(l p. m., nt NewciVstle at 3:15
p. 111., and ut Pittsburgh at (1:00 p. m.
5:05 A. M., ACOOM.MoHATtos, from James
town, arrives at A. A' (1. V. R. 71. Transfer
r.t :o 11. 111., at NewciWilo l 7;j5 a. in., mid
Pittsburgh ut 10:00 a. in.
5:05 r. M Mixed Train loaves Kile for
Sharon, stopping ut all iiitoiiiitdiulo points
and urrivliiji at 10:15 a. 111.
7;I5 A. M khik i:xrni'.ss, lcavi" New
ciistlual 10;0;la. in., A.itO. W. U. It. Trans
li r nt 11;2H a. 111., and arrives al Ft le ai :;Mk
p. 111., inakiii-'cl'-so connection for LttliU-
io and N iapira I-ullr,
3:S5 lr. jr. accommodation, leav J Nuw
castle at U:P. p. m , A. A, fl. V. R. R.
Trunsfer at 7:r.5 p. 111., and Jamestown at
::!( a. m., connects witli mixed trains that
arrives in Erio at 1:55 a. 111.
fi:oO p. m.. Mixed Tralii leave Sharon for
r.rie, anil arriving at Uirura ut l.:'M 1
1 a. in..
una j'.rie ut ii::s a. ui.
v X ? Mfli.-r Farm 1.04, Pioneer 1.17,'
Si SSn WyifT
Rookwomi: , Watnii.'1l, l.1,,ft. iVT, Pi-v'
lis iMIXconncA with ti. V f?r 11 ."'e).
Yamsconnoctut Rochester with train for
heohiiR and all points iu West Vlr-liiia
and at Pittsburifh coi'i").tions for I'liiliiduli
phni, lIai risbtiiKh, Hiiltiinoro and Wash,
mjrloii via I'eniyivania Central Ruilimml.
J'.rie Express North, connects at Oirard
wltht Icveland ond Krio trains Westward
for I leveland, Cliiuatio. and all points in
the est; ut Erie with Philadelphia A Erio
Railroad for Corry, Warren, Irvinu'ton.
I iiboute. :&e., mid with HutliUo t Erio
R111 road tor Hutlulo, Dunkirk, Niagara
tulip apd New York City. . , ,
, K. N. FINNEY,
Gi ncrul Sup't
VAMTI';I AOKS IS 'I'O Sell tho 11' mTT
tV HllUmnsKWlMl Machine Price
?i It makes the "Wk StiUh," fulikoii
both sidcsl mid is the onlv licensed under,
end Shuttle Machino sold for less than S0
LikdiHcd by S heeler t Wilson, Urover
jl- Laker and NiiiKcr & Co Ali other under
It-id Shuttle Machines sold for less than
fri'O ureintrinK.int.ts. and the seller nnd
ps relia ,le tiiprusecutitui Address JOHN.
Jo. Clark & Co., Huston, M.'sa., ritts-l-H'
t-h, Pu,, Cfciosgo, 111., orSU Louis, Mo.