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TUESDAY MOANING, NOV. 29.
A Mercer constable named Miller
who recently glide! away from tlmt
place, with quite nn nniount of money
belonging to tlic borough, leaving his
liail to settle up things, was arrested a
few days ago nt' Dayton Ohio, and
fetched hack to Mercer. Democratic
papers in this portion of the State arc
very anxious to liavo it known that ho
was a Republican official. Well, they
can make the nu.st of it, for such cases
arc rare in tho Republican ranks. Hut
let our Democratic papers inquire into
the politics of the inmates of all our
j.iils, prisons, inebnato asylums,
&c, and if they don't find ten Demo'
crats to every Republican, wo don't
waut a cent. And if that don't satis
iy them, let them make, a visit to
Democratic Five Points, of New York,
tho abode of murderers, thieves, cut
throats, and villians jrenora'.'v, nod
come back wt.i a report o! t'i" moral.?
and polities of this interesting vicinity
Wo findXlie following complimen
tary notice of our fellow townsman, A.
II. Steele, Esq., in tho Meadvillo Pc
It will bo seen front a notice in our
Lieal columns, to-day, that A. II.
Steelo, Esq!, of tho. Tionesta Savings
Bank, has been elected President of
tho "Pitholo Valley Railroad Com
pany." Wc'aro glad to record the success of
Mr. Steele, not only because, ho is a
Meadvillo man, but because his pres
imt position has been gained by his in
domitable perseverance. Mr. Steele,
has a high reputation for energy and
business tact, for a young man, and
bis' friend.) will regard this, his first ef
fort, as a Railroad man, an earnest of
Police Matters. George Vander
walker, whose dwelling was burnt out
at tho Refinery fire yesterday morning,
in place of attending to tho wants of
bis young family of seven cildren, and
taking care of bis furniture, weiit on
a spree before breakfast, and assaulted
officer Miller. Tho officer proceeded
to arrest him, but George resisted, and
bis friends assisted him and attempted
a rescue, In the midst of tho scuffle,
officer Miller's wife eamo upon the
scene, and was assaulted by Vandcr-
hcr. A general fight was imminent,
Miller received a black eye, and in
order further to protect himself, he
knocked Yandcrwalkcr senseless to the
ground with his '-locust," nnd in this
condition conveyed him to the lockup.
Xor was this all ; Mrs. George Van
derwalker, mother of tho seven afore
said, bearing of her husband's arrest
also went on a fprce, leaving her furni
ture on two wagons, and her babes in
a vacant room belonging to a neigh
bor. Sho was found about 1 o'clock in
a state of helpless intoxication at the
foot of Franklin street, having, mean
while, lost all her money, some $350
in gold, silver, drafts, and currency.
Chief Rouse carried her in a wagon to
the lockup, and deposited her beside
her husband. Justice Strouse, with
tlio humanity that always characterizes
him, when ho learned tho particulars
went in search of tho seven helpless
children, the oldest of which is not
over ten, and found them in tl.o house
,f Mrs. McGerl, on Frank I'm ttrect.
He to!d this lady to see that they wero
jroperly' fed and cared for, and he
would be responsible. Tho mother
" released last evening. TUturilk
Fatal Accident. About four
o'tlotk on Sunday afternoon, while
si ringing tho bell-ropo ou a freight
train, near the Freight depot, a brakes
man, named Ed. Roche, stumbled and
fell from tho top of a car across the
'rack, and nearly tho entire train pas
sing over him, litevally cutting him in
two near the hips. Young Rocho was
"torn near Cochranton, this county.
lie was sober, industrious and anxious
t i secure a prominent position in the
falling ho had chosen, and his wishes
-temed nearly realized when ono mis.
step terminated bis earthly career.
ActiUENTs John Moroney, fell off
'j ravel engine, east, at Shawinut last
week ; the engine passed over his left
baud, crushing tho fingers, and ren.
leriug amputation necessary.
Philip Fisher.actitig dispatcher at this
station, lost tho middlo linger of the
li ft hand, while making up Local
West. Two other fintiers wero iniured. !
1 tit not dangerously. Tho accident
happened while coupling. 't, Marys
v. n. lit' xx
Faixfci. Accident. On Tuesday
last a man named Stephen Woodbury,
employed in tho planing mill of Mess.
Wilson it Robinson met with a pain,
ful Occident by being caught in the
cogs of the planer, which resulted in
the serious mangling of ono of his feet,
involving the loss of two of bis toes.
His overalls wero quite wido in the
legs, and iff going about bis duties,
were caught in the cogs and quickly
drew his foot into tho machinery. The
accident will prevent him from work
ing for some timo to come. Sharon
The Titusville Herald says that
Fire Co. No. 1, after a laborious nnd
faithful night's work at the Refinery
fires were invited by Mr. Van yekel
to tako some refreshments at tho Me
chanic saloon, where they were set up
on and badly abused by a party of
drunken loafers, some of whom be
longed to another fire company, but in
stead of giving assistance at tho fire,
got drunk and disorderly.
Sceno at tho upper end of town
P.ad whisky; high words; blows; four
men pull revolver at each other; tab
leau ; all afraid to firo fear of hurting
one another. Don't be backward next
time, boys, for no one will mourn for
you if you do get "new pockets in your
vests." Petroleum Centre Peeord.
The following, from tho Conneaut-
ville Record and Courier, shows that
thoso who are so very short in evading
laws, arc sometimes bit. We hope to
bear of several thousand instances of
the same kind soon :
A seedy-looking individual dropped
into an establishment and called for a
drink of whisky-straight. "We don't
sell liquor," said tho law-abiding pro
prietor, "tho prohibitory law in force
here don't allow us to, but we will give
you a glass, and then if you want to
buy a cracker, we'll sell it to you for
ten cents." "Very wcll," said the thirs
ty customer,"hand down tho decanter."
The good creature was brought down,
and our hero took a stiff horn. When
taming round to depart, the unsuspect
ing dealer in "wet groceries" banded
him the plate of crackers. "You'll
buyacrackerr "Wall, no, I guess
not ; you sell 'em too dear. I can get
lots of em, five or six for a cent, any
Cyrry must be a lively littlo place,
if we are to judge from reports of vil
lainny, great and small which come
from there. The following arorart ol
iiwm ,n-, viiiuu tvu cup iroiu
the Telegrajth of last week :
While playing with his brother ycS'
terday morning, a son of Mr. Wra,
Mofiitt, living on Spring St., threw a
stick, which came in contact with tho
eye of his little brother, destroying the
the eight instantly.
Mrs. McCuckston, aged fifty-five, be
ing short of stamps, interviewed a num
ber of our citizens, and succeeded in
begging from them two or three dol
lars, with which she got illigently
drunk Thursday. The result was she
found herself before Justice Gay this
morning, and on paying the costs
which had accrued against her, was
permitted to tako the train for Union
A private littlo set-to took place
Friday cvo between two persons well
known in , this community. Neither
wero badly punished, as friends inter
fered to prevent a further efluiion of
blood. Only this, and nothing more.
Milt. Young, whoso unruly career
we iuive ou several creations', made
public, Tuesday eve entered the.oon
' . ....
i' i 1 1 m. ourvis, uuuer iroov s Jjii.ck,
and bcomin disorderlv i,,j
uv..omin0 aiboracny was ordered
".I. iiuiusing 10 vacate the premises,
he was takeii hold of by tho proprie
tor, w ncn no made a most desperate
resistance, and fought with a valor
worthy a better cause. Ho tcro the
coat of Mr. Jervia and otherwise injur
ed Jam, aud it was only after a hard
struggle, and assistance being render
ed by the bystander, that he was in
duced to vamoose the rancho. A war
rant was issued for hie arrest, and oa
ednesday he was brought befro Jus
tice Gay, who, in default of $24 line
and costs, feutenced him (o city prison
lor twenty days. .
On Thursday a drunken fellew hail
ing iiom .Buffalo named L. Mclntire,
a laborer, made himself very obno
ious by iusulting ladies in tho waiting
room at the depot. Officer Ira Lewis,
ordered him away, but he refused to
go. Mr. Lewis then took hold of him
and hustled him out, the fellow resist
ing all the while. As he declared bin
intention of whipping the whole police
generally, and his captor particularly,
it was thought best to allow him time
for considering the matter rationally,
sn he was locked up until Friday
morning, when Justice Gay discharged
him on the rayn'ont of $ 5 fine and
Wednesday morning a man crossed
the railroad nt tho I it. Avenue cross-
ing in such close proximity to the train,
that Mr. Smith tbrf flagman, at that
point called out to him that ho was
foolish to thus endanger bis life.' In
tho evening, about six o'clock, tho
same man returned and walked up to
Mr. Smith attacked him in a violent
manner. hmilh resisted as well as he
was able, but tho man proved too
much for him aud only desisted when
other parties interfered. A lawsuit
will probably grow out of tho assault.
Friday I L. Whito was brought be
fore Esquire Chet. Wilson, to answer'
to the charge of having comittcd an
assault and battery on Mr. Smith, of
which mention was made in Thursday's
Blade. Numerous witnesses were ex
amined, and after quite a lengtliy hear-
ing White was found guilty, aud fined
$) and costs of suit. Lawyer Raker
ennilurteil tho nrosrention. nnd While
C. A. Wheeler, an Oil City sport,
made us a visit on Saturday, and while
going rotaid seeing the sights, imbibed
too much tangle-foot. Tho result cf
this indiscretion was he found the side
walks .too slippery for locomotion. In
an unforutnato moment he reached a
spot more slippery thau tho rest, and
ho very singularly fell into tho arms
of ofiiccrs Henry Ringo and Morgan
Magraw, who fearing he might hurt
himself on the sidewalk by his ccccn
trie movements took him to the Hotel
Do West which proved a harbor of
safety for him during Sunday. This
morning for the privilege thus accorded
him he paid to Justice Gay tho little
bill of 67, which had accumulated
against him, and to ik his departure.
inc loilowing trom tho Uorry Ac-
publican is after the same sort :
Thomas Fullcn, of Reaver Dam,
paid Corry a visit Thursday. Although
44 years of age and the nominal head
of a largo family in pinched circum
. . , , , . ., ,
v iiu ubbi.ik,ii iji-juiiu until ill;
onmA mm thn pnniltttroi lMrnllir l.i. I
scribed as drunk and disorderly He
T.AB fv Trti: T..-: i" - . .
iiiiuu u l-blivu lie!.
morning, and presented such a forlorn
and hopeless appearanco that ho was
let off on paymeut of costs,
rat. Shcan resides in New York
doubtless in some classic precinct of
that moral city. At any rate upon his
arrival in Corry ho so far foil from
grace as-to becomo exceedingly drunk,
and considerably disorderly. Police
man Gear arrested him. and when
to depart upon the payment of three
dollars fino nnd costs. He complied
with tho conditions, aud Corry will
probably know him no more.
f VMR to tho premlsos of tho subscriber,
V J" township, six miles southeast
of Tionesta, on Monday. Xov. Hist, a Uauk
HniNin.B I5t?i.i. about two years old, villi
a s it in the left oar. Tho owner is requir
ed to come forward, provo propei tv, pay
charges and take him awnv, or lie will b'o
Uistiosed ol'aceordinit to law.
AME to tho stibrcribor No ombcr 10th,
W a Dark llrindlo Cow, about ton veins
old ; tip ol the loft horn sawod off; the two
hind loot nnd loft foro foot whito. Tho
i ncr can nave mo same by proviuir prop,
ci ty and paying charges.
V. I. ITANNA,
oyjl(5, 1870. 33 West Hickory, Fa.
W IIKhras, ThenonornbloJaniosCamn
bull, l'rcsident J udgo of tlic Court of Coin
moil Tleas and (Juartor Sessions in and for
tho county of Forest, has issued his pro
cept for holding n Court of Common Pleas
and Quarter Sessions, &e., at Tionesta, for
tho County of Forost, to comnienco on tlio
fourth Monday of Dee. next, being the
JUth day ol Dec, 1870. Notice is therefore
given to the Coroner, Justices of tho I'eaco
f", ,erein tn.L,r. proper persons at
I " " . i. ui.tum oay, witii their
I ior,;'s. nii""!J-'0!t8, exan.'.nations and
other remembrances, to do those things
which to their otlices annertalu to be done.
and to those who are hound in recognizar:?
io prosecute against the prisoncra that are
or shall bo in tho Jail of Forest Cbuniv, that
they bo then and there toprosecuto against
ilium us snau no just, liiven under my
iitum nuu seal mis I'.Kliitay of Nov., A. D.
TRIAL LIST FOR DECEMB'R
John A Dale vs Tho Ilnrnuirl 1 fit TIitnAwtti
Proper t Heck vs Jos Y Saul, with clause
oi -i in 10 n if irwin, adin r
Ford it l.acy vs Thomas AleCiosky et al
Win T Neill and J Wilson vs Juno K Gil
bert et al
Tiiouijja.Mowiis vs William slater et al'
J D ;!-. ;,7 tWfullickory Farm Oil Co
David (j . , a tireeh et al admr's
M Mrar. f 1 lz-iTilbniner vs Win Crispin
M Straii a llilbriiucr vs Win Crispin
Malconi a imig vs MichK'l llrecht
Malcoin "S jjpmig vs Daniel llroeht et al
Keldou oilman vs Solomon Seigworth et
T A McFarland et al vs A firan
Tlie Pittsbiirgli and Stewart's Run Oil Co
vs John Herbert et al
Win Wray vs Harnett Township School
Joseph (1 Dalo us Horace Wilkinset al
Foster A Company vs T W Taylor et al
IMwaid A Stearnset al vs T W" Taylor etal
Malcoin MeQuaig vs John Miller
l W Kaiidall vs F F. Ileisdolph et al
Wilbur Walling vsOeorgo ISulmer
Forest County vs John ti Itiaudon, late
J'l easurcr of Forest 'omit v
Ford A Idicy vs 11 McCloskoy et al
J. II. Ati.NKW, I'roth'v.
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Minutes' Private Conversation with
Married Ladies bv ono of their number.
Sent free lor two stamps, bv Mrs. II
M F.TZUFH, Hanover, Pa. 0-4t
MAM DK F.t ).t fj Q"-
Something urgently needed by everybody
Call nnd examine, orsair.ples sent postage
paid: for ii! els that retail easily tor iu. 1!
L- Woleott, 1S1 l linlhrni Nc N. Y. !is-.tt
unlil.e all other
Hitlers in the,
Most JUltci-s, KO
called, are merely irixliiirnxh i xliijt',
sold as a beeeri'ie. Dr. 1,'olitivi's
Billet s are not it lierernoe in anu .
' urMfr of the tcortl, but eonliiiu the
vioxt crpensire iru;s known lo -.
i science for the radical cure of j
Indiicstinn and I hitjiepniu; and
for idl cases tchere a tonic and
forces in a r
t marhiible dr rre,
mid iire tone to
', f .'r.Mf lo Ihm
Mliltli-y ami inti ue iUd tin ooi..-.
.liniiriiin Hond . Pnriier ; s'nre
which lime tlioiixmiils hare been
cured, by its 11.se, of Si-rifiiln and
other blond dixeaxes. ft cinilniiis,
besides the Imliile of i'vtusxii ami
Synni of Slilliniit, ilruts import- '
ed from Strcdcn for its expresn I
maiiiifttrfitrc, unknown itr.d noli
kept liy apotlic-
I'ttllCS in this
'im try.- A
;te trial will
iiu ince the most
I -;. ..
wondci i'iiI value.
lllonil PilU it.-e
any I ill mann-
e . 1
iiiciurca or a
One trial iiira-
.riably establishes t.'iem rr favorites
t with all. who itxc l.'iem.
s The reasons why f)r. Hvbnek's
Wood Pills should be kepi in ev
. trij family are: Because they can
be employed in alt cases ivhere a
family physic." i reouircd, and
j "rf P''feily safe in their admin
lislraiun at all times; Because
thru are made
ho'h with and
adaptiny them lo
the use of every
they can be pur
chased at any
drug store at the
pries of twenty
five cents per
j Tor Sale by VrugyUta
and Dealer a in Tatcnt
REYNOLDS, BROADHEAD& CO
1 1 eniro St., opposite Post Otlioo,
OIL CITY, PENN'A.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DItESS GOODS, CAUPET1NG,
OIL CLOTHS. BOOTS & SHOES.
HA TS t- CAPS, TRIMMINGS
NOTIONS, ETC.. ETC.
Tle Republican Office
TTT.EPS constantly on hand a large as
IV sortment of Blank Ile,.,l, im, .,?..,...,
Bubp.enas, Warrants, Summons, Ac" to
is noic eli rm ,
PEOPLE REJOICING t
"LIVE AND LET LIVE!"
Is tho motto of
IIILBRONNEIt & CO.
wlio liaro opened a
OF . ,
BOOTS A SHOES,
NOTIONS, CUTLERY AC,
in tho old Court House building, adjoining
the Holmes House,
where they will bo happy; to npply the
wants of this community, with an
Hnllrc FrrNji Atsor (incut
of all tho novelties In the
DRY GOODS LINE.
which have licon seletol with great rtire.
to prices, wo challenge all competitors.
It has long boon tlio desire of tho peoplo
of this com m unity, to have a store in their
midst where can be found everything gen.
erally kept in a tirst-class storo.und whero
it could be purehased at living prices. To
mm: m T,7,r0 muw:i-
buslness d to tho wants of the people, to
secure their patronngo. ,
Our stock of
, DRESS GOODS
is second to none in
aud we are determined not to bo under
sold. These gvods enibraeo all the
and wo feel assured that tho eitiwnsof Ibis
county will not have to go to adjoining
towns to purchaso DRESS (iOODS in tlio
Our stock of
is fiupoiior, both in finality and stylo to
any ever before offered in this section, and
w o trust that all w ill call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere. Wo
MAKE CLOTHING TO ORDER,
having an experienced cutter, we eau sat
isfy tho most fastidious ;' ami; as; wo havo
our 6wn manufactory in Philadelphia, 'wo
thereby havo tlio udvanuigovor all.other
dealers In thin section.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, &X
in endless variety, at prices, to suit tha.
Boots & Shoes
of every stylo and quality, w hich wo uro
prepared to sell at New York pricos.
opP!-;.ly. HILIiRONNER CO.