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HULL'S MUSIC STORE.
i'-K k v in- !T ;
(Successor to HUM, A WHITNEY,)
o, 10? Water Sired,
1 the place to buy nil of tho First Class
KT CiHKATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Organs & Melodeons !
Having flip exclusive Agency for Craw
forp, Venango nmi Mniwr Counties for the
following celebrated makes of
Wm, Bradbury, Stoinwny A Sons,
ChickeringA Sons, C. Knrtzninn's
W. 1. Emerson, (Jrovcttccn, Fuller A Co
Vhitney and Slay ton's United Plates
ORGANS AND MELODEONS !
And having constantly In my storo frcm
Twelve to Eighteen Pianos.
Parties wishing to purchnso, will find it
irreatly to their interest to purchase direct
from nie and pet ngunrnntce with each in
strument for live years.
These Organs and Melodeons are consid
ered by good Judges to bo the best Ricd
Instrument made. Should other makes
bo prefered. I will furnish them us low
bs can be boupht from any one.
KTOOI.S AXI) SPKEAIJS
AND AM. KINDS OF
tinging nnJ Iutruction. Pocks.
CITAItS, BANJOS, VIOLINS, KLl'Tf s, FIFES
BRASS C&ND TnSTR'JmENTS.
FURNISHED TO HANDS VERY LOW.
A gnod stock of
GENUINE ITALIAN STRINGS
Always on hand. Dealers furnished nt
Now York prices, it-All orders or com
liiuiiiculioiis promptly attended to.
-tf J. C. HULL.
Vcgelab'e Slci'iai Hair Benewei
JTas stood the test of seven years
before the public ; find tio prepar
atioil foe the hair has yet been dis
covered that irifl produce filename
benejielnl result. It is an entirely
new ficicntijie discovery, combin
ing inn n if of the most powerful and
t eitorative ayents in the VEGET
ABLE KINGDOM. It restores CREY
HAITI TO ITS ORIGINAL YOUTH
l UL COLOR. J makes the scalp
white and clean; cures ilandnijf
mid humors, and lUUins t of
i'ics 1i:tH ; and will miti.a it frow
uKt buld heads, except in- eery
i -j:d persons, as it furnishes the
t; it frit ire principle by which the
hair is tionriltcd and supported.
It iini.'.es the hair moist, soft, and
(iri 's, and is annryassed a a
i I A i I! in i:s S I A O. It is the
i !ic";est preparation ever offered
I i the public, us one bottle will ac
complish, more anil lat lonyer
i.'ian ihreo Ostites of any other
It is recommended and used by
fie I'ii-t Medical Authority.
The H'onitcrJ ulrcsalls produced
l:i our Sicilian Hair lienewer hare
iiidare.d inttuy to via nit facta re
ji.wptirations for the Hair, under
trioits names; and. in order to
induct; the trade and the public to
purchase their compounds, thru
hare resorted to falsehood, by
ctnini'.ny they were former part
tiers, or hail some connection with,
oar Mr. Hall, and their prepara
Hon was nimllar to ours. Do net
be deceived by them, l'archase the
vriyinal t it has never yet been
t:-iiaile:l. Our Treatise on the
itair, with eertijicates, sent free
by mail. Sea that each bottle has
our private Ileveniie Stamp over
the top of the bottle. All othere
P. P. Hall & Co., Prop's, Nashua, N.H.
SiJJ hy till DrurjgiiXt av.d Dtalm in .Vllia'tie.
J. C. LONG,
Vholesalo and Retail Dealer in
OF ALL KINDS,
First Door above Exchange Hotel.
W.J I. PERKINS .v CO., Sole IVupri
!(, 1'rtiiiLlin, 1'a. 4i
HI A LtS
A CHEAT PEBICAL DISCOVERY
Dr. WALKER'S OJLUFORNIA
s S Hundreds cf Thousands ? a H
Dear tHflnnT t th'r WonCor- i fi bt
Oo fulCurulivo UilticM. tj'
If :j WHAT ARE THEY? Kb;
m lm tit
- s : - C' 'f-
TCrT ARE JfOT A VTL3
TTa.:orf rcor T?nr7, Wtilnkrr, Trr 3, Irf r
Lr.il K Ii.m.t Utjuuvri uocurvtl, Pii.'Cd antlwcct-
trr," -i'littortTt,' t c, tl.r.t c::l tl.a t'nrltr od to
i ri.ii!.n. tn c.J vr.Vt ;;t arc a trro MwMcliie, mnOo
f. :.i..t ::;.tvo 1 tot: unil JTtKt cf CillTomla, frro
t 't:M r.'l A !- icli! h t iiiiiilnnrn. Viicycre tiio
;:ir.v i;:.(kji rrr:i;-ir:u nmi a mfb
( K I Nt I I'l.li a f erf. ct Ucaovatcr id
l;.v.r;cir.iur t( t.io yi Uxt, caviylny off allpolcooou
lr.r.tijr l-;! r.:tv.;lnt: Co Ilotl to n lica!tl:y condition,
l.op i::ca ta:i o llitfo X'.Uicra cccorwizg to tlirco
cr.tt i"jr:.ri lor j unwell.
I H-0 v...Io nt:fcru3 InmruLlacnBo.provlJcd
bom s cro uct Ccr trowed ty mineral poison or
cai-.r iVca-;, a-:d tg MUlcrtad waiUd bcjordtlto
folr.t el malr.
I nr Iiiflari:r.;i.!c;rT r.r.d ChronSo r.hrnmn
t:i.n r.utt iout I? nrrpiii, ttr Initiuenttoo,
liilior.w, Kcu.lttciit nit 4 Lituriuittcst 1'CTcra
IUrcnscs tl' itc Ktuod, Uvrr, Kidney pi and
lUnddtr tlitr UittciB 1 avo been mott cncccta
fa'.. buch Klnvtit.cn cro exceed tj Vltlntcd
CI cod. whiyitcacrilly i-roJuccdby dcruicctc(.nt
e I tin. D!ftto Or-rnnn.
I)VM"L1,MA Oil IXDlCEfTIOX Head
ftclio. Tain U the Clionltlcre, Coughs, T!t;htsc cf tlio
Client, UizincM, Eour Frcctatlor.s o( tho etomach,
IadtcsU UU;o I'.nuth, LMIoua Attacks, rclpltntlca
cf the Heart, luflcmmatloa of IUcLui.8. Tola In tho
tcglo: cf Co Uldneys, and a hundred oLUcr paauul
syrcLtoms, wo tlio oCttjriccsof Dyspepsia.
'Ill yiarigorcto tho Stomach nnd stlmnlato tho tor
rU'livcrorid bowels, wLIch render them of unequalled
cCcacy In cleansing Vac blood of nil fmpcrUtcs, tad
impurtir? new life ar.d viper to the whelo syBtcm.
I (iU (SKIN J3ISEASLS,Ernptlcn3, Totter, CtU
T.Ik in., Ulotchcs, Spots, rimplcs. 1 uttuii. Boils. Cci
boiiclos, mng-V. orrcs, Ecild-Hcad, Sore Eyes,Eryslp
clas , Itch, Scorfe, Itscolorctlons of tbo Skin, Humors
aai I Is-ftscs of tto Lkin, of wUntoTcr nemo or nature,
nro literally ring up and carried out of tho system In a
shor t.mc ly tho use of thceo Bitters. One bottle In
tnrh esses will convince tho most Incredulous of their
Clcacco tho Vitiated Blood whor.cvcr you Had Its
Ii: pirlt c burctinp tl:rou;h tho skin In rimplcs, Ern
ti u cr Scrcj; ; cluansc it when you find It obstructed
anl fclaKh In tho veins j ciuanso H when U is foni,
a::d your feelings will toll yon whoa. Keep tlio blot
pure attd the hralth of tho system will follow.
ri, TATE and other YVGltMri, larking In tto
ayft.m of so many thousands, nxo cfTcctually destroy-
lm pn i r. moved. I or run directions, rad carnuly
;h3 clrrulir aroend caxih hottlo, printed fa four Ku
hruui,vir-bgl.3li,Ccru:an, Trench ai.d puUtU.
J. WALTER, Trcpriaor. Ii. n. McDOXAiD & CO.,
Di-utictt t:id Gcu. Aj;ent, tan Francisco, Cal
and S3 &uu 54 Commerce Street, Kcw York.
SOLD BV ALL DSUGCrSTS AIID DEALT RH.
GROVER & BAKER'S
Tjo following aro selected from thous
ands of testimonial of similar character,
as expressing tho reasons for the prefer
ence of tho G rover A Uaker Machines over
"Hike the Grover A raker Ma
hine, in tho first place, because if I had
any other, 1 should still want a Grover A
ISaker ; and having a Grover A linker it
answers tho purpose of all tho rest. It
does a greater variety of work and iseusier
to icaiii than any other," Mrs. J. C. Cro
ly (Jenny June)"
"I have had several vears' exno-
rience with a Grover A Uaker Machine,
which has gfVen me great satisfaction. I
think the Grover A linker Machine is more
easily managed, and less liulile to irct out
of order. I prefer the Grover A linker Ue-
euleilly. ' Mrs. Dr. Watts, New ork.
"I have had one in mv family for
somo two years; and f.ioin what I know
of its workings, and from the testimony of
many ot my friends who use tho sumo. I
can hardly see how auythingcould be more,
complete or give better satisfaction."
airs. uen. liraut.
"I believe It to bo the best, nil
things eonsidered.ofany that 1 have known
it is very simple and easily learned; the
sewing from tho ordinary spools is a great
advantage; the stitch is entirely reliable;
it does ornamental work leautihill.v ; it is
not liable to get out of order. Mrs. A. M
Spooner, 3(j liondst. lirooklyn.
"I mo aiTillnitltnd with tlio wnvl- rf
the principal machines, hihI 1 prefer the
Grover A (taker to them all, because I con
sider the stitch more clastic. 1 have work
in tho ftouso which was doim nine years
ago which is still good." Mrs, Dr. Mo
Cready, No. 43 East Jd street, N. Y.
"More than two-thirds of nil the
sowingdono in my family for the last two
years has been done by Grover A linker's
Machine, ami I never 'had a garment rip
or neoj mending, except those rents which
iroiicsome boys will make in whole cloth.
It is. in my o'ninion. by far tho most valu-
nbleof any 1 have tried." Mrs. Henry
m u licecncr.
"The Grover A Uaker Sewlncr Ma
chine has rendered in every resct, the
most perfect mtisfnetion. It combines so
many advantages with beauty of execu
tion ami economy in lu iccthnt it is a ne-
eesit y In every household." Mrs. Gover
nor Geary, ilarrisbtirg, Fa.
"I have had tho Grover A linker Ma
chine for ten or twelve yours in constant
use in my house. 1 have seen anil known
every kind of Family sewimr, boili per
sonal and household, accomplished upon
theGrovejA linker Machine, to tho entire
fcatistnetion ofull concerned, Kcv. Stephen
"1 tiud the Grover A linker Stitch will
wear ashing as the garments do outwear
the garment in fact. Tho stitch will not
break on bias scums, when stretched, as
others (io ; und neither (Iocs it draw the
work." Mrs. Dr. Whiting, 4 East twenty-fourth
street, N. Y.
The Grover and linker Hewing Machine
Company manufacture both tho Elastic
ami Lock Btiti-U Machines, und olfur the
public, a choice of tho best machines of
lxjth kinds, at their eMublishincnU ill all
the large cities, and through agencies in
nearly all towns throughout the country.
Price lists and samples of sewing in both
stitches furnished on application to Grover
A linker S. M, Co., 1S7 Wood Street, Fills
5 A Week .Salary ! Young
men wanted as local and travcl-
lingsalcsiueii. Adress (with Uiuipl It. 11.
Walk lh, 31 l'ai k Row, N. Y. U0-4t
Tl9 Republican Ofllce
TKEi'S constantly on hand a large as
IV sortiuunt of Bluiik Deeds, Mortgag,
Nuhniciins, Warrants Kuuuuous, Ac, to
be bu!d cljeufi t' t cash. It
BOOT AND SHOE
IF YOU WANT n perfect lit and n cood
I nrtieloof Hoots and Shoes, of tho llnext
workmanship, k to
II. Ii. JI-IACHS,
39 CENTUM STUEET, OIL C ITY, FA.
Satisfaction iruatantecl. 2-:t3 tf.
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY!
Prizes cashed and Information furnished
by KEOKUK L I'IIAM, Providence, K. I.
WANTKIV'AoVnts tosell the Octa
iron ISewinit Machine. It is Licensed,
makes the "Klastic Lin k Stitch" and is
warranted for Si years, l'rlco 1. All
other machines with an undcr-l'ccd sold
for Slo or less are infi-inircinonts. Address
Octagon Sewimr Marhimi ("() St. louis,
Mo., ("hicafco, 111., FUUsburgh, Fa., or Itos
ton, Mass. . j;j,
Q1 f A Day Uuslnessentirelvnewnnd
vlu honorable. Liberal in(lucements
IVscriptive circulars free VUdress .1 C
Kaxd A Co., liidileford, Mo 13 3m
I oriTUXF-S offered to live men. U.ire
Chance. Send Stamp. Dim. mil K.
Co., Washington, Del. i!-.'tm.
uxcr in: ilt siox ix
THE hinhnst Cash Trice pnid for the old
Stato Hank lUirrencv : Jiatik of Craw
ford County, Vennniro Iiank, Oil Cltv Bank
Fetrolcum Hank, ornnv of the old Stato
Hank issues; also, for mutilated Scrip of
un issues. j. 11. 1 I-. I', ii',, ( asiner.
48 2 Tionesta Savinfrs Hank.
A WATCH, pair of Hlr.iikets, Quilt or
Shawl, for One Dollar, appears almost
Impossible, but such may be had.and hun
dreds of other useful articles, by patroniz
ing GEO. A. n.VMMEIt A CO. S "ONE
Their system of doinp; bnsiness has been
examined by the authorities, and a Decis
ion rendered from tho Internal Kcvenuo
Depaitment, at Washington, dated Nov.
Mi, 1NJS, declaring their business perfect
ly fair and legitimate, and entirely differ
ent from the dill'erent gift enterprises. Of
course all do not get watches, blankets, Ac.,
for One Dollar, but In every largo club, one
of these articles arc sold for Ono Dollar, as
an extra inducement, and some member
of the club has tho chance of obtaining it.
A new fcaturo introduced by this enter
prising linn, is to pay their agents in eith
er cash or merchandise, and to prepay the
express charges. No better opportunity
can hp offered to either ladies or gentlemen
having leisure time, to form clubs for this
ltead their advertisement in another col
umn, and send for catalogue.
Tho place to buy every variety of the
VERY BEST TEAS
L 0 WES T rRICES,
Is at the extensive Tea Store of
II. T. CIIAFrEY,
where you can always find a large assort
ment ol the best Teas at New York prices.
A larg assortment of
Groceries anil Provisions,
unequnlod in quality and cheapness byanv
other store in Warren county, ulwava oo
hand. The people of Forest county will
save money by purchasing their supplies
at this place,
lijst brands of
FA MIL Y FL 0 U It ,
delivered at any depot on the line of tho R.
Storo on Main St. near tho Depot.
ADJOINING THE HOLMES HOUSE,
M. CARPENTER, . - - Proprietor.
Pictures taken in all tho latest styles of
the art. iili-tf
READ I READ T
The subscribers having ro-rcnted tho
IKYIXE JIIIST Millie.
Would say to their old customers, and
the community generally, that they keep
constantly on hand a largo block of
of nil grades, Chop Feed, Shorts, Bran,
Outs and (An n. With our facilities for do
ing business, we purpose not to bo under
sold by any establishment in this section
of the country, and would sav to tlio lum
bermen and dealers of Forest county, that
mey can Do
and more promptly than from any other
point. IniincdiaU nueiitioii given to a:l
orders from a distance,
E. JONES A CO.
WATCH FREE for everybody and
810 per day Hire. Busines liL'ht and
honorable. No Gift enterprise. No hum
bug. Aildrosa,U. Monroe Kenedy, Pitts
burgh, Fa. &i-4t
LOTS FOR SALE!
BOROUGH OF TIONESTA.
Aj.ply to GEO. G. BICKLES,
7'J, Numkuu St., New York City.
AGENTS Wantkii per month by
the A iiici ii an K nittinj Machine Co,
i!osoli M.iss.jorMt. Louis, Mo, 'i oin
ERIE RAILWAY !
1,400 Miles under ono management.
80 Miles without change of Coaches,
HIE BROAD GUAGE DOUBLE
AND TUB .
WST AND SOUTHWEST !
Till RAILWAY EXTKNPS FltOM
Cincinnati tn New York NSO Miles
Cleveland to New York 0i" Miles
Dunkirk to New York 4S0 Miles
HullnlotoNcw York 4- Miles
Rochester to New York :W6 Miles
And is from 22 to 27 miles the short
New nnd improved conches aro run from
Cincinnati, Dayton, Crbanu, Marian,
Gallon, Mnnslield, Ashland, Akron,
Cleveland, Warren, Meadvillc.Dunkirk,
F.uHulo and Rochester to New York,
without change, only ono change to Bos
ton. On and after Monday, Dec. nth, 1870,
Trains will leave COKUY nt the following
hours, viz :
t 1) ft t 1. . ..
1.0- s. .ii. i 'ay express, uailv, Mondays
excepted, for Cleveland Cincinnati. nn.i the
west and south ; connects nt Meadvillo for
Franklin nd oil CHv; nt Clnrkwtn for
Sharon, NcwCastloand Pittsburg; at Lev-
lusiiiirir, Mitiunvs exeeptiM, fur Youngs
town; Cleveland with I jike Shore U.K. for
west and northwest; nt Havena with Cleve
land A l'ittsburgh for Alliance nnd Fitts
hiirgh ; nt Akron for Orrvillo nnd Milli.rs.
burg; at Frbann with Fittsburgh, Cincin
nati ami ri. i.oins Kailwav for Indiannpo.
lis, nnd at Cincinnati with'the Ohio A Mis.
sissippi Unilwnr for tho south and south.
west. A sleeping ear in attached to this
train nt Hornellsville, running through to
v i- 1l.lllu,
12.r.."( p. in. Night Express, lnilv for
Cleveland. Cincinnati nnd the west nmi
southwest ; connects nt Meadville.Sundavs
excepted, for Franklin and Oil City ; 'at
Leavittslmrg.Sundav excepted for Youngs
town;.-.t Cleveland with Lake Shore Uail-
way ioriiie west and northwest, nnd nt Cin
cinnati with the Ohio A Mississippi Rail
way for the south and southwest. A sleep
ing ear is attached to this train utN. York
running through to Cincinnatti.
7.2." A.M. Express Mail, Mondays except
ed, for Cleveland and tho West: connects
nt Meadvillo, lor Franklin and Oil City;
nt Cinrksvillo with Erie A Fittsburgh Rail
road, tor Sharon, New Castle and Pitts
burgh, and at Cleveland with Lake Shore
linilroad for the West ami north-west. A
sleeping car is attached to this train nt New
York running through to Meadvillo.
!'.C5 I'.M. Freight niul Accommadition
daily Kundays excepted.
fi.rw F. M. Freight und Accommodation,
2.3j F. M. Wny Freight.Sundayg except
GOING EAST ;
H. 4ii A. M. New York Day Expres, dai
ly Sundays excepted; connects at Great
Bend with Delaware, Lackawanna A Wes
tern Railway, for Scranton, and at N. York
with midnight express train .f New Jer
sey Railroad for l'hiladelphia.
A sleeping car it attached to this train at
Cleveland running through to llornells
villo connecting witli train having new
and Improved Drawing Room Conches at
tuuhed, running through to New York.
I. 00 P. M. Lightning Express, connect
ing Maily at Elmira with Northern Central
Railway, for Willinmsport, llarrisbnrg,
l'hiladelphia nnd Ilnltiniore, nnd at New
lork for Boston and New England cities.
A sleeping coach is attached to this train
at Cincinnati running through toN. Y'ork.
7.5."i P. M., Cincinnati, Express daily,
Suiidaysoxceptod, connoctingut Rimrhaiu
ton lor Albany and tho celebrated siiin
mor resort Sharon Springs, and at New
York for Boston and all New England cit
ies. A sleeping ear is attached to this train
nt Meadvillo running through to Kow
4.00 a. m. Stock freight nnd Accommo
dation Sundays excepted.
4.1") p. m. Fright and Accommodation,
0.4,i a. m. Way Freight. Sundays ex
Boston and jVew England pnssengers,
with their Baggaire are transferred free of
charge in .Yew York,
Tho best ventilated and most luxurious
Sleeping coaches ,if-in the World-tit ac
compuny all night trains on this railway.
1. The Erio Railway Oimpanv has ft
pened anew Forry froin their Jersey City
Depot to the footoI'23d Street, thus ena
bling Passengers to reach the upper portion
to Hie city without the expense and annoy
ance of a street car or omnibus transfer.
C Tho scenery along tho cntiro route
of the Erie Railway is of the most pictur
esque and beautiful character. Admirers
of nature's beauties, in a daylight journey
over this Line, will lind in its ever chang
ing landscapes subjects of continual ud
niiration and interest.
UAUU.IUE CHECKED TJIItOUGJT,
and Fare as Low as by any other route.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA ERIE R'Y.
Which can be obtained at all the princi
pal Ticket Oiliceu in the West or South
west. W.M. It. BARK,
L. D. Ri'-F.n, Uen'l I'uss'r Ag't.
J. & P. COATS'
IS NOW THE
Thread put up for tho American marker
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS,
From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusive.
For Hand nuil 3Inc-IiIuc.
Itook Agent Make
?0 to $200 per Month by selling
Ami How Til ky II'khk Madk. By J. I).
Metabe, Jr. New tresh and original. Fro.
fusely illustrated and beautifully bound
It shows how a poor i-chool-iiiaster mailo
felO.000 ,ooo ; liow u poor half-blind sailor be-
cumo a great banker, a butcher's appren
tice mo weaitnicsi man in America, un un
known mechanic a millionaire in seven
vears, with many more such examples;
; :iw eni Fgv, talent, und patient industry
I ive always met with success when pro
?rly exerted ; how money .can be inado
: onestly and without sacrifice of princi
( al. Send for Circular, etc., and notice
i ly exlru terms Geo. Maclean Publisher,
"I'JSniisom Ku, l'hiladelphia. 33-4t
HOVJ V;0mEfi CAN MAKE MOKEY,
and other beitt books In tho market.
EcKinney A Martin, 130S C'hestuitt Street
00 in cash
. . . , I print' ji. liilormation
HilO & Female. 1 free. Address Ameri
can Book Co., 1)2 Williuni SI., N. Y. 3'J-4t
"JOB WOHK m atly executed ut this dike
." Ht reu-ouablv r.i'e.
W. A . 1 NO 11 AM.
C. B, 11I1AUH
IXsIIA?I V i:iIAjj,
WUOt.KSAI.K AM) ItKTAlfc D1CALKIIS IX
nil kinds of
Ecliool, Miscellaneous, Law, Modical
Depository of tho Bible Soch'tv, Suiulny
School, nnd nil Religious Publishing So
KO. 52 CIll-HTSUT ST., meadvili.e, ta.,
NO. 101 SlTElUon ST., CLEVKLANP, O.
Having fitted up a fli-st class
Aro prepared to furnish to order all kinds
of manufactured lumber such as
TI1ES,SXI) h CM tt Ell, s.isir,
DOORS, 11LIXDS, AXD EVEliV
DEsciiimoxoFrLA ixaxd fax-
CY MO UL D IXGS.
Dealers will llnd it to their advnntago to
CONSULT OUU TRICES,
Before purchasing elsewhere, as our loca
tion in tlio heart ol the lumb"rregion gives
us superior nd vantages lir the purchase of
lumber that will enable us to undersell
those less favorably situated.
Mar. 4, tf.
U it th.'ii Dr. Uobaek's Stom
ach iittci-s increase in sale
They nro the best combina
tiuii over made.
Do Uie Druggists recom
mend Dr. ltoback's Bitters
to their customers?
After years of experience
and trial they have been
proven to bo a sure cure
for Dyspepsia and Indiges
Is it that Physicians use
and recommend Dr. Uo
baek's Sugar-coated Dlood
They know tho ingredients
of which they nro made.
Aro Dr. Uobaek's Blood
Purifier and Blood Pills
the best remedies taken to
gether for tho cure of all
diseases of tho blood ?
The Blood Purifier is the
only article in the market
which contains the celebrated
costly Drugs imported ex
pressly from Sweden for its
manufacture, and tho Pills
contain the active principle
of Podophyllum (Mandrake
Hoot,) and is a substitute
Are Dr. C. W. Robatk's
Stomach Bitters, Blood Pu
rifier and Blood Pills tho
three greatest remedies tho
world has ever known?
After eleven years' experi
ence and trial the sales have
increased each and every
year, and thousands of let
ters (unsolicited) of tho re
markable cures they have
performed bear witness.
Head tho letters ia Local
Column of cures by these
APJOINiNJ THK DKI-OT,
WHITE OAK, Forest County, Pa.
IIUMMASON, BRO'?, Propr's.
a Ml IS house Is new und fitted up In ilrst
class style, and is headquarters for all
persons visiting the great oil field of Hick
ory. Tho bur is furnished with the best
of liquors. The proprietors will spare "no
puius to make it the most desirablo slop
ping piao ik me o:i regions, J-iy,
Oubscribo for the Republican, the best
new pnpcr in lue county.
N AND AFTER 11 P. P. Sunday May
1. 1N7H. Trains arrive at nnd Innvn the
Union Depot, corner ftf Washintoii and
Liberty street, ns follows;
Mull Train, 1. HO a in Fast Line, 12.12 a
m ; Wcll'Hnccominodirtlon No. 1, (1.20 a in ;
Hrinlon n ininioihition ,N i, 7.r,o H m.
Wall's ncinmiuodtitioihNo 2, Khun in ;Cln
clnnatl express 0.2(1 a m ; Johnstown ac
commodation lO.fiO a in ; Braildock s nc
coinniodalioii No 1,7.00 pin; Piltsburgh
express I.:10 p m; Pacitle express l.fiO p m ;
Wall's nccommodnlion No :i, 2.X p in;
Homewood accommodation N() 1,0.5 , p
Wall's accommodation No 4, f).."i(l p in ;
Hrinton nccoinmoilaiion No 2, l.lOp m;
Way Passenger 10.20 p in.
Southern express fi.20 a III ; PnciHe ex
press 2.40 a in ; Wall's necnmmod::tioii No
1, ()..i0a ill ; Mail Train 8.10 a in ; Hrinton s
nccoininoiliition l l.aia nt; Hruddock's ac
commodation No 1, fi.lo p ui; Cincinnati
express I2.:i.ip m; Wall's iiccoiunioiliition
N 2, ll.fil a in ; Johnstown nccoiuiendutlon
4.H.) p m ; Honicwood iicconimodnlioii No
1. KM p m ; Philadelphia express ll.aO ii in;
AVnll accommodation Nnll.ll.o.'i p in; all's
accommodation No 4, 0.0.) p in ; Fast Lino
7.40 p m ; Wall's No 5, 1 1.( 0 p in.
Tho Church Trains leave Wall's Station
every Sunday at !'.0 ) a. in., reaching Pitts
burgh at lO.IWa, in. Uetiiriiing leave l'itls
buruh al 12..')0p. in., mid arrive at Wall's
Station nt 2. 1(1 p. in.
Cincinnati express leaves daily. South
ern express dailyexcept Monday. All oth
er Trains daily, except Sunday.
For further Information nply to
W. II. I1ECKW1T1I, Agent,
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will not assume any Risk for Baggage ex
cept for Wearing Apparel, nnd limit their
rsponsibility to Ono hundred Dollai val
ue. All bau-giigo exceeding that a mint
in value will be al the risk of tho fner
unless taken by special contract. '
A. J. CASSAI
General Superintendent, Altoona Fn.
WALL IP 1PEB.
DAVIS & ECHOLS,
(Near tho Co .4 House,)
Have a general assortment of School
Books, Law Books, Histories, Bibles nnd
Testaments, Hymn Books, Music Hooks,
Blank Hooks, Envelopes, Note, Letter ami
cap writing papers, Pens, Ink, Slates and
-BOO A" r STA TIOXEIl 1'ni'SIXE.Vt.
All of which they oiler to sell WHOLE
S A LE OR R ETA 1 L, at lowest cash prices.
DAYIS A ECHOLS,
Inventors who wish to take out Letters
Patent are advised to counsel with Mtinn
and Company, editors of the Scientitic
American, who have prosecuted chums
bel'oro the Patent Olllce for over Twenty
Years Their American nnd European
Patent agency is the most extensive in tho
world Charges less than any other relin
blo ngeney A pamphlet containing lull
instructions to inventors is sent gratis
ML'NN A CO., 37 l ark Row,
tf New York
IS Prepared to deliver tho best quality o
Hull at tho old. Everhart Bank, two
miles from Newmanville for 7 cents per
or ut Tionesta and vicinity for
23 CENTS TER BUSHEL.
Ho alwnys has a largo supply on hand,
Now is tho time to lay in a largo supply
Orders promptly attended to 2 9
I N S U n:A N C E . A C E N C Y,
ESTABLISHED MAY 1S.VJ.
LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT
LIVE STOCK POLICIES,
ISSUED IX FIRSTCLASSCOMPANIF-S.
LOSSES njOMPTLI ADJUSTED AXD PAID.
A. C. SAMPSON, Gen. Agent.
J. D. HENRY, Oil City,
Ag't for Vouaugo Co., Pa.
Annlicntlons received nnd Tnfnrtnuttnn
furnished by A. II. Kthkiv nt 'ri,,i,,.ji,
Savings Bank. upltf.
'M. P. GETCHELL,
Xollons, Ituois & Hhovs,
HATS &c CAPS,
Sc., &c, &c,
COS X Ell 31 A IX 0 DEPOT AZVS'.,
Has the Largest and most Complete Stock
now on hand, of any store in
Having purchasei my stock since
tho crent Jeclino in (iolil. 1 ran sell
poods cheaper thnn any Dry Ciooda
Houso in tho Oil Regions. Persona
purchnsing goods of uio will euve 20
per cent. JI. 1'. GETCHELL.
Tidioute, April 11, 1870. 4-Cm
AGENTS WANTED FOR
Hon. Wm. SEWARD'S lj RAN D TOTH
of .Vexico. Adventure and Sight seeing
"Our Sister Rspuqlio."
Is a work of rare merit' profusely illustra
ted. Send for circulars to Columbian Book
Company, Hartford, Ct. 2-;it
'CHSCRII1E for tho Forest Republki u
' It will pay.
(ill (ink A AU( nhniy F.Iver y
WARREN A FRANKLIN, FARM KIU
A OIL CREEIv RAILROADS C0NSOL
New nnd Most Direct Touto to tlo Oil
On ami After MONDAY MAY aoTII,'70
trains will run ns follows:
i.kavb conn !
0.00 A. M. EM'ltFSS-.Spnrlnnsbur'r
fl.2; Tryonvilln t ll.vdctown 7.11; Tl
tusville' arrive 7.20, depart 7.27; Miller
l'arni 7,"i0 : Pioneer 8.07 ; Petroleum fWi
trenrr. s.l.'i, I vs. S. 1 7, Columbia K.u:', Tarr
Kami s.2, Rvnd Farm , l(o"Fevillo
N.:W; Oil Citv'W.fio Ivs 11.(0. Rockwooil
Walnut bend Oleopnlis !l 2.1, coimect
ing with train for Pithole ;) Henry's l!e:el
. Eagle b'ock, Tionesta Ill.o , Hick
ory White Oaks 10.114, ai r. 'ildioute
nriives 10 M, I v. I0..VI, 'I'liompson's
arriving nt Irvinuton nt ll.:i."iii. m;
11.20 A. M. MAIIi SpartntiHhiirg 11.43,
Cenlrcville, 12.7 l. in. 'J'rvoiivillo
llvih'town I2.:I0, iirrivc at Tiliisvill 12.10,
lvs. 12.4i, Miller l'nrin J.iii, Pioneer 1.17,
nrr. Pet. Centre l.L'.i, lvs 1.27, Columbia
l.:il, 'I'arr Farm l.l, Rvnd l'arm
Rousevillel.47, nrr. Oil ( ilv 'J.Of,, lvs. 2.11,
Rockwooil; , Walnut lle'nd Oleopo
lis 2. 10(coniiect with train for Pitholc)
Henry's Bend , Eagle Rock , Tion
esta ,1.10, Hickory , While Oaks 3,4(1,
arr. Tidioute 4.0:, lvs, 4.07, Tlioiuiisuu'a
arrives nt IrviOCton 4. SO p. in.
(1.05 I'M ACCOMMOl)A'N,S artansbnrg
e.Ilil, ('iitrevillo 7.eo, Trvonvillo at
Hytlclowii 7.2.", nrr Titusvilln 7.:t) lvs 7.45,
Miller Farm N.oft, Pioneer K.2o, nrr nt Pet.
Centre 8.28, lvs W.;i5, Columbia 8.41, Tarr
l.'..... a j.i D.-...1 t.-..-... i. .. --
....... ... ..... ,,,, ,,,1111 ,ioiisevuiee.0d
arrives nt Oil City 0.10 p. m.
11.45 A. M. MAIL Thompson's arr.
Tidioute 12.:l lvs 12.118, While Oaks 12.5a
Hickory, , Tionesta 1.V0, Eaithr Ruck
.Henry's Bend Oleopolis 2.05 (con
nects with train for Plthole) Walnut Bend
.Rockwooil , arr Oil City 2.:W lvs
2.42, Rousevlllo2.5-, Rvnd Farm
Tarr Farm it, 10 arr at" Pet. Centre 8.20
lvs. H.2.I. Pioneer B.30, Miller Kami a.4:
air. Titusvilln 4 01, Iva 4 11 llydetowti
4.21 j). in., Trvonvillo C,oiitrevlll
4.50, Spnruiusburg 6.1 1, arr nt Corry 6.45
6.00 P.M. irxPRESS-Thompsoirs at
nrr at Tidiouto 6.50,levs ft.52,Whito
onks (1.07, Hickory , Tionesta M.:7,
Englo Rock , llonrv's Bend Ole
opolis 7.1.'l, Walnut Pen. 1 Rockwooil
nrr Oil City 7.40 Ivo 7.47, Rousevillo
8.0:1, Ryiul Farm Tarr Farm 8,15, Col.
Uinbiu8.18, nrr Pet. Centre 8.25 lv s.s, Pi
oneer 8.a.", Miller Farm 8.45, nrr. Titusville
0.10. lvs 0.15, llydetowti 0.21, Trvonvillo
Spurluusburg, 10.7, arr ut Corry IO.Sj
J.KAVK OIL CITYV
7.00 A.M. ACCOMMODATION Konne
ville 7.15, Rvnd Farm , Tarr I'nrni 7.25
Columia 7.20, nrr Pet. Centre ".lift Ivo 7.:ii,
Pioneer 7.45, Miller Farm 8.00, nrr. Titus
ville 8.18, lvs. 8.2.1, ll.vdctown 8.31. Tryen
villo Cenlervillo 8.itl, SpurtansLiirg
9.10, nrr, Corry 0.:i5 a in,
All trains connect nt Corrv with trulna
on Phila. A Erie Railrond ainl A. A(i. W.
r.ast, nnil vt est lor New York, Philadel
phia, 1 larrisburg, Erie A Cleveland, and
with Bitllulo, Corry A Pittsburgh Railway
ior mimuo nun an imiiiiisou thoN, Y. Cen
tral Railway. At Oill'itv with trains on
Allegheny Valley Railroad, and Franklin
Branch A. A U. W.' At lrvineton witti
trains on l'hila. A E. Railroad cost and
C. J. IIEPBFRN JNO. P1TCAIUN,
Superintendent. tlen'l Manierer.
Erie & WTTSBurtair" it k".
On nnd afler Monday, Nov. 15, 189
trains. will run on this mini i',,lliiw.;
11:55 A. M, ACCOMMODATION 11VM
Nowcnstlo nt 7:05 and arrives at Pittsbnri.1.
10:00 a. in.
10:25 A. M.. l'lTTsnflioii kx.. stnns nt nil
stations, hiiiI arrives at A. A (i. W. R. R.
Transfer nt 1: VI p. m., at Newcastle at 8:15
p. in., anu at I'litsburgh ut 0:00 p. in.
0:11.) A. M., Accommodation, from Jmncft-
town, arrives at A. A (J. W. R. It. Transfer
at 5: 10 a. in., ut Newcastle at 7:05 a. in., and
Pittsburgh at 10:00 a.m.
5:00 p. m.. Mixed Train lenves Erin fnr
Sharon, stopping at nil intermediate points
und arriving at 10:15 a. m.
LEAVE PITTSBURGH NORTWARD.
7:15 A. M.. FRIR txpiiF.ss. leaves Now.
castle at lO.Ollu. in., A. AO. W. R. It. Trans-
ier at 11:20 a. in., and arrives at Erie at 2;:i0
). in., making close connection, lor Bullu
o and Niagara Full.
3:35 P. M. accommodation, leav 3 New
castle nt (1:30 p. in , A. A (1. W. R. R.
Transfer at 7:55 p. m., and Jamestown at
8:30 a. m., connects with mixed trains that
arrives in Erie at 1:55 a. in.
(1:30 p. m Mixod Train leave Sharon for
nut, i , ul ,iihiu ui x:uu a. ui.,
und Erie at 0:56 a. ui.
Trains connect at Rochester with (ruin fl.r
Wheeling and all points in West Virgini i,
and at Pittsburgh connections for Philadc'.-
ptna, llarrisinirgli. Baltimore and Was:i-
inglon via PeniiKvIvnniu Central Ruilroe. l.
r.rio l'.xnress North, connects at (iirai.l
with Cleveland and Erie trains West win i
lor ('lovelunil, Chicago, ami nil points in
the West ; at Erie with Philadelphia A Er:e
Railroad lor Corry, Warren, Irvington,
Tidioute, Ac., and with Bullijo A Ei .i
Railroad for BuMulo, Duukirk, Nlaga.a
Falls and New Yor.c City.
y. N. FINNEY,
ft LLE G H EN Y V ALLE Y RA I L R 0 A Q !
G1KJAT THROUGH ROUTE '
The Oil Eoglonsio Pittsburgh,
THE EAST AND THE WEST !
On all night trains. Passengers and bag
gage transferred ut Oil City, Fkkb uf
Trains make direct connection with all
Roads centering at Oil Citv, and leave a
Day Express leave Oil City at 2 SO a in
Arrives ut Pittsburgh bOOpm
Night Express Leave Oil City 0 20pm
Arrivesut Pittsburgh 0 25 a in
Mail Train leaves Oil City 0 05 am
Arrivesut PilUburgli 6 CO p lit
Day Express Leaves PitUsburgli at 7 20 a m
Arrrivesat Oil City at 2 15 p in
Night Express Leaves Pittsburgh 840 (.in
Arrives ut Oil City 6 15 am
Way Passenger leuves Pittsburgh 0 15 a m
Arrives ut Oil City 7 35 p ni
Pussengois travelling by this Roitto will
find better accommodations und inakebet
ter time than by any other road from the
Oil Regions to Piltsburgh.
J. J. LAWRENCE, Gen. Supt.
1 Cent.-o St., opposito Post Olllce,
OIL CITY, PENN'A.
FOREItN AND DOMESTIC
VliESS GOODS, VAlil'LTIXG,
OIL CLOTHS. BOOTS & SHOES',
HATS A CAPS, TfiUDIIXGS
NOTION.!. ETC., ETC.
On. Lawui-.xck's Woman's FnnoiTo
I on - all Di..-i-.s pculiin t.i Fcmuh s. diu