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HULL'S MUSIC STORE.
(Successor to HULL A WHITNEY,)
Ko, 1G7 Water direct,
I the place to boy all of tho First Cb
IT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Organs & Melodeons !
Having' the exclusive Agency for Craw
rrp, Venango nd Mercer Counties for the
following celebrated mnkes of
Wm. Bradbury, Stelnway A Sons,
ChickeringA Son. C. Kurtrman's
AV. 1. Emerson, Groveatoen, Fuller A Co
Whitney and Slayton's United States
. ORGANS AND MELODEONS I
And having constantly in my store from
ij Twelve to Eighteen Pianos.
Parties wishing to purchase, will find it
greatly to their interest to purchase direct
Iroin me and pet a guarantco with each in
strument for live years.
These Organs and Melodeons are consid
ered by good Judges to be the best Rmd
Instrument made. Should other makes
le prefered. I will furnish them as low
as can be bought from any one.
STOOLS AND SPREADS
AND ALL KINDS OF
Singing nod Intruction Books.
UITARS, BANJOS, VIOLINS, FLl'TFS, FIFES
BRASS BAKD INSTRUF1EKTS.
FURNISHED TO BAN DS VERY LOW.
A good stock of
GENUINE ITALIAN STRINGS
Always on hand. lValers furnished at
New York prices. .r-Sr-All ordei-s or com
munications promptly attended to.
4tf J. C. HULL.
Vegelable Sicilian Hair Renewer
Tins stood the test of Keren yeart
before the public ami no prepar
ation for the hair has yet br.cn dis
covered that will produce the same
beneficial result. It la an entirely
new scientific discovery, combin
ing man if of the most ' powerful ami
restoratire agents in the VCC2T
ABL.E KINCDOM. It, restores CHEY
MAirt TO ITS OSIC1NAS. YOUTH
FUL COLOR. It mal.es the scalp
rhlle and clean cure dandruff
and li ii morn, and l'ivllinff out of
the lip.ir: and will make It row
upon bold heads, except in vera
tiffed persons, as it furnishes the
nutritive principle hy which the
hair is nourished and supported.
It mal.es the hair moist, soft, and
'). and Is unsurpassed us a
j i a( n i n i: s s i n o. it is the
tlic-apcst preparation ever offered
to the puhlic, as one bottle wilt ac
complish more and last tonne?
t.'mn. I ii i eo lioUlca of any otlwr
It it recommended and used by
Vie First Medical Authority.
The if 'oude.r ul ' results produced
by our Sicilian Hair Ileneirerhave
induced man if to via nufact.it re
preparations for the Hair, under
various nam.es t and, in ord.tr to
induce the trade and the public to
purchase their compounds, they
have resorted to falsehood, by
claiming they were former puri
fiers, or had some connection with,
our Mr. Hall, and their prepara
tion was simitar to ours, lio not
be deceived by them, l'urchnse the
original t it lias never yet been
equatt&l. Our Treatise oil tho
lialr, with certificates, sent free
by mall. See that each bottle has
our private llevunue Stamp over
the top of the bottle. All others
R. P. Hall St Co., Prop's, Nashua, N.H.
Sold iy all DruyjiiU and DiuUil in MtJicint.
J. C. LONG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
OF ALL KINDS,
First Door above Exchange Hotel.
W. II. PERKINS & CO., Sole Proprl
tore, Franklin, Pa. 44
A CHEAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Dr. WALKER S C.'.Llf ORlttA
THIT ARE KOT A TTLS
lUitcf Voot l!nm, Vt'lilxker, TrmuT Clrlta
and Refuse I. tqcurs doctor, d.iplced snd.Tcc
ened to p)cctie ksio, called lonld," Appctl.
crm, Pcltcrvrt, AO., tV.ht ictd tb Appier ca to
drunkcttacn Bi.d rul:i, bet in s tnto llrdielne, maOa
fiomU.bi:ro tiociusftd llvrbaof Call ftornift, free
limn rll Alrfkliflto tlmnlnitta. ThcrAro ttit
i;;:i:at i.ic: rt'iuriv.it and a life
CITlNtl I K I NCI PI.E s perfect Kcsotttor td
Xnorator ( f t.i E;rWxn, carrxing off all poiaooous
culler ..(! roOcTlnir tho Hood to a healthy condition,
ho penoa ecu tafc Iqcm lUtn aooordlvf to dirco
tloi tLd renaln Iocs unwell.
alio wlbe tiroa feran Inrnrabl eaia. prorUod
Ci lorn crs col destroyed br mineral polaea or
other cult, a-d tho Tllal orana vaatcd btotd the
t'nr InOHtuoiiitnrr ""J ChroaU Rfccamn
tiaia aad tiool, lapc'ta, or ladltmtloa,
Biltoas, Urailiti'iil aad Intermlttcat Fevers
lllacnoca ot ike Ilod. L.ivcr, Kldaeyo, and
Bladder. tUcta Btticra tava beea awat aooocaa
fi. buch Ctaront'S are earned lj Tllteted
Blood, tjU.cIi It Kcscrallr prodseed by daraoctmeat
el t.c I;;i;rwtlvc Gi-faas.
DVS'.'tl't-lA Oil INDIGESTION, Bead
ache, l'aiu la tho Shonldera, Concha, Tlalitoesa ot tho
Cht. DlzziLcsa, fcour EraetaUons cf tha Stomach,
Lad UaU. U tha llonth, BUlocs Attacta, r!p:ttt;;a
ot tha Heart, Iuflammatloa ot tlw Lar-fa, Talo In tho
rceioss ot the Lldncya, and a hundred other painlni
7n:pU;n.a. are tl:o c'Bpr.ccscf Dyepcpeia.
h yloncoruto tho Btomocb and ailmalato tha tor.
pMl.rcra-d Loirtla, wlitcu render tlom ofaneaaallid
cClcacy la clca:nc the blood of all lmpcrltlca, ad
uu,ai Uuf dc Uto ar.d rigor to tho vholo ayatem.
l tilKKlN UlSCAES.EropUona, Tetter, Gait
I Lcnm, tlctchea, Spoto, linplca. I utnlea, Bolla. Ctr
boneloa, nng-Worma, eald-Hcad, Sore Eyca, Erydp.
r las, itch, Bcara, Elsooloratlona of tho Skin, Humors
and Diacaacaof the tikut, ot whatever nemo or natnro,
are I lie rally dug np and carrl.-d ont of tho lyatcm In a
anon tune by the nan of theao Elttcra. One bottle la
noli caaoa t.111 conrlnco tho moat locrcdnlona of thc
Clcanao t'.io Vitiated Elocd whonercr yon find Its
1 par!t:ea bsretiuff through the aUn In Plmplca, Emp
ticua or Sorua i cloaiuo It when yon end it obJtmctcd
and tlnggiah la the veins l e''Oanao It wlian It Is foal,
and year toolings will toll yon when. Keep the tlsv.
pai e and tho health of the system will follow.
FIX. TAPE and other WO It MS, larking la the
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed sni removed. For fell directions, rad carefully
tue circolnr around each bottlo, printed in fonr laa
aasfics English, Carman, French and Spanish.
J. WAlXCIt, rroprktor. R. II. 1'cDON AID A CO,
C.-ucclta an J Oca. Agents. Can Franelseo, Caln
and ttt and ti Comuc.-ee Stro-.t, Kew Tori.
U7"iOU DT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
GROVER & BAKER'S
Tie following nroolevted from thous
ands of testimonials of similar character,
as expressing the reasons for the prefer
ence of tho G rover A Baker Machines over
"Hike the Grover A Baker Ma
chine, in the tirst place, because if I had
any other, I should still want a Grover A
Baker ; and having a Grover A Baker it
answers the mmxme of all tho rest. It
does a greater variety of work and iseasier
to ienrn than any other," Mrs. J. C. Cro-
ty (jonny junej
"I have had several years' expe
rience with a Grover A Baker Machine,
which has given mo great satisfaction. I
think the Grover A Buker Machine is more
easily managed, and less liable to get out
of order. I prefer the (rover A Baker de
cidedly." Mrs. Dr. Watts, New York.
"I have had one in my family for
somo two years: and bom what I know
of its workings, and from the testimony of
many oi my irienns wno use tno si mo, l
can liardly see how anythinguould be more
complete or give better satisfaction."
Mrs. Gen, (J rant.
"I believe it to be the best, all
things consltlerd,of any that I have known
It is very simple and easily learned; the
sewing from the ordinary kjkioIs is a great
advantage; the stitch is entirely reliable;
it does ornamental work beautiAilly ; it is
not liable to get out of order. Mrs. A. M
Spooner, 30 Bond St. Brooklyn.
"I am acquainted with the work of
me principal intu'iuiies, and 1 prefer the
Grover A linker to them all, because I con
sider the stitch more elastic. I have work
in the house which was done nine years
ago which is still good." Mrs, Dr. Mc
Croady, No. 43 East 23d street, N. Y.
"More than two-thirds of all the
sewingdouoin my family fur the last, two
years has been done by Grover A Baker's
Machine, and I never had a garment rip
or need mending, .scent those rents which
frolicsome boys will make In whole cloth.
It is, in my opinion, bv far the most valu
able of any f have tried." Mrs". Henry
"The firover A Buker Sewing Ma
chine has rendered in every respect, the
most perfect satisfaction. It combines so
many advantages with beauty of execu
tion and economy in price that it is a ne
cosity in every household." Mrs. Gover
nor Geary, Ifarrisburg, Pa.
"I have had tho Grover A Baker Ma
chine for ten or twelve years in constant
use in my housn. I have seen and known
every kind of Family sewing, both per
sonal and household, accomplished upon
the Grover A Baker Machine, to the entire
satisfaction of all concerned, Kov.Stephen
"I find the Grover A Baker Stitch will
wear as long as the garments do outwear
the garment in fact. The stitch will not
break on bias seams, when stretched, as
others do ; and neither does it draw the
work." Mrs. Dr. Whiting, 4 East twenty-fourth
street, N. Y.
The Grover and Buker Sewing Machine
Company manufacture both the Elastic
and Lock Stitch Machines, and offer the
public a choice of the, best machines of
both kinds, at thoir establishments iu 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 Iiakcr S. M, Co., 1-7 Wood Street, Pitts
C) 5 A Week Salary!-Young
men wanted as local and travcl
Iinga1emen. Adress (with stump) It. II.
Walkijh, 34 Park How, N. Y. 30-4t
Th, Republican Ofilce
KEEPS constantly on hand a large as
sortment ol Blank Deeds. Mortgages,
1 fubpiiiiua, Warrants, bujuuous, tc, to
j I Isold shea,) lor eaaa. tC
44 TIundrcdi of Thousands
i ? Dear tMSlnnwie to ttiit Wonder- fc sr
8U InltanllnUKll. IIS
S I WHAT ARE THEY? f g
5a V j&W f ft S
DOOT AND SHOE
JKYOUWANTapc'-feetflt and good
article of Boots and Shoes, of the liuest
workmanship, go to
II. I.. McCAXCE'S,
89 CENTRE 8TREKT, OIL CITY, PA.
O-Satisfiicllon aruantnteed. 2-113 tf.
R 0 Y A L H A V AH AL OT T ER f.
Prizes cashed and information furnished
by GEORGE L'PIIAM, Providence, K. I.
f ANTED AoKrs To sell the Octa
V gon Sewing Machine. It I Licensed,
make tho "Kin-lie I,oek Stitch" and is
warranted for 5 veara. Price tlx All
other machines with an under-feed sold
for H5 or less are infringements. Address
Octagon Sewing Machine Co., St, Ixmis,
Mo., Chicago, ill., Pittsburgh, Pa., or Hos
ton, Mass. 13 3m
0 1 f A Day Business entirely now and
0 1 vf honorable, l.llteral Inducements
lescrlptive circulars free Address J C
Rand A Co., Biddei'ord, Me 13 3m
'TTORTUNES offered to live men. Rare
A Chance. Send Stamp. Diinond K.
Co., Washington, Del. " 2:)-8m.
rTUIEhlebest Cash Price raid for the old
A State Bank Curreury Bank of Craw-.
rorn county, enango Hank, (Ml i'lty I lank
Petroleum Bank, orany of tiie old State
Bank issues ; also, for mutilated Scrip of
nil issues. A. It. STEELE, Cashier.
48 2 Tionesta Savings Bank.
A WATCH, pair of Ulhiikets, 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. PLUM MER A CO.'S -'ONE
Their system of doing business has been
examined by tlieauthorllies, and a Decis
ion rendered from the Internal Revenue
Depattment, at Washington, dated Nov.
4th, 1N08, declaring their business perfect
ly fair and legitimate, and entirely differ
ent front the different gift enterprises. Of
course all do not get watches, blank eta, Ac,
for One Dollar, but in every largoclub, one
of these articles are sold for One Dollar, as
an extra inducement, and somo member
of the club has the chance of obtaining it,
A new feature Introduced by this enter
prising firm, is to pay their agents in eith
er ctsii or merchandise, and to prepay the
express charges. No better opportunity
ran be offered to either ladies onrentlcmeii
having leisure time, to form clubs tor this
Read their advertisement In another col
umn, and send for catuloguo.
The place to buy every variety of the
VERY DEST TEAS .
L 0 west rnicEs,
la at the extensive Tea Store of
H. T. CHAITEY,
where you can always And a large assort
ment of the best Teas at New York prices.
A larg assortment of
Groceries and Provisions,
nnoqualed In qualityand cheapness byuny
other store in Warren county, always on
hand. The people of Forest county will
save money by purchasing their supplies
at this place.
Bust brands of
FA MIL P FLO UR,
delivered at any depot on the line of the R.
Store on Main St. near the Depot.
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY I
ADJOINING TIIE HOLMES HOUSE,
H. CARPENTER, . . . Proprietor.
Pictures taken in all tho latest styles of
the ui U j-U'
READ! READ T
The subscribers having re-rcntcd the
iiivi.M: CaStisT iruiJLs.
Would say to their old customers, and
the community generally, that they keep
constantly on hand a large stock of
of all grades, t'b'p "Feed, Shorts, Bran,
OuU and Ctrn. V;t!i our facilities for do
ing business, we purpose not to be under
sold by any establishment in tills section
of the country, and would say to tho lum
bermen and dealers of Forest couuty, that
they can be
and more promptly than from any other
Mint. Immediate attention giveu to all
orders from a distance,
E. JONES A CO.
A WATCH FREE for everybody and
&IU per day sure. Busines light and
honorable. N'o Gift enterprise. Nohum
bug. Addre s,R. Mourou Kenedy, Pitts
burgh, Pa. :(3-4t
LOTS FOR SALE!
BOROUGH OF TIONESTA.
Apply to GEO. G. SICKLES,
70, Nassau St., New York City.
A GENTS Wantkd per month ly
I- the Anicricun Knitting Machine I.'",,
Boston, Mass., er St. Louia, Ho, 26. am
ERIE RAILWAY !
1,400 Milrm under one management.
800 Miles Without change of Coaches,
HIE BROAD GUAGE DOUBLE
fYST AND SOJTHdV EST !
TBI HAILWAT KXTENDS FROM
Cincinnati to New York 800 Miles
Cleveland to New York 6:ifi Miles
Dunkirk t New York 4)10 Miles
Btillitlo to New York 4i't Milee
Rochester to New York HM Miles
And Is from 22 to 27 miles the short
New and Improved coachos are run front
Cincinnati, Dayton, Urbana, Marian,
Galion, Mansfield, Ashland, Akron,
Cleveland, Warren, Meailville. Dunkirk,
Buffalo and Rochester to New York,
without change, only one change to Bos
ton. On and after Monday, Dec. fith, 1870,
Trains will leave CORKY ut the following
hours, via i
1.32 A.M. Day Ex press, dally, Mondays
excepted, for Cleveland Cincinnati, aucl tiie
west and south ; connects at Meadviilo for
Franklin and Oil City: at Clarksville for
Sharon, New Castle mul Pittsburg; at Lev
Ittstmrcr. Slindnvn ntiitjwl l,,r Vmit.m-
town; Cleveland with I-ake Shore K. It. for
west and northwest; at Kavena with Cleve
land A Pittsburgh for Alliance and Pitta
burgh ; at Akron for Orrvlllo and Millers
burg; at Urbana with Pittsburgh, Cincin
nati and St. Louis Railway for Indianapo
lis, and at Cincinnati with the Ohio A Mis
sissippi Railway for the south and south
west, A sleeping car is attached to this
train at Hornellsville, running through to
12.35 p. ni. Night Express, daily for
Cleveland, Cincinnati and the west and
southwest ; connects at Meadville.Sundavs
excepted, for Franklin and Oil City; ut
IxMivittstmrg, Sunday excepted for Youngs
town ; at Cleveland with Lake Shore Rail
way for the west and northwest, and at Cin
cinnati with the Ohio A Mississippi Kail
way for the south and southwest, A sleep
ing car is attached to this train atN. York
running through to Cincinnatti.
7.25 A.M. Express Mail, Mondays except
ed, for Cleveland and tho West! connects
at Meadviilo, for Franklin and Oil City ;
at Clarksville with Erie A Pittsburgh Rail
road, tor Sharon, New Castle and Pitts
burgh, and at Cleveland with Lake Shore
Railroad for the West and north-west. A
sleeping car is attached to this train at New
York running through to Mcadville.
0.05 P.M. Froightand Accotnmudltion
daily Sundays oxueptod.
6.53 P. M. Freight and Accommodation,
2.33 P. M. Way Freigut,Sundayt except
ed GOING EAST :
,40A. M. New York Day Express, dai
ly Sundays excepted; connects at Great
Bend w ith Delaware, Lackawanna A Wes
tern Railway, for Scrantonr and at N. York
with midnight express tram i f New Jor
soy Railroad for Philadelphia.
A sleeping cur it attached to this train at
Cleveland running through to Hornells
ville connecting with train having new
and Improved Drawing Room Coaches at
tached, running through to New York.
1.00 P. M. Lightning Express, connect
ing daily at Eimira with Northern Central
Railway, for Williainaport, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, and at New
York for Boston and New England cities.
A sleeping coach is attached to this train
at Cincinnati running through toN. York.
7.55 P. M., Cincinnati, Express daily,
Sundaysexccptcd, connecting at Hinghum
ton for Albany and the celebrated sum
mer resort Sharon Springs, and at New
York for Boston and all New England cit
ies. A shaping car is attached to this train
at Meudville running through to New
4.00 a. m. Stock freight and Accommo
dation Sundays excepted.
4.IS p. m. Fright and Accommodation,
9.45 a. m, Way Freight, Sundays ex
cepted, Boston and ATew England passengers,
with their Baggotre are transferred free of
charge in A'ew York,
Tho best ventilated and most luxurious
Sleeping coaches jrin the World-?!?j ac
company all night trains on this railway.
iuThr Erie Railway Ooinpany has e-
1ened anew Ferry from their Jersey City
lepottothe foot of 23d Street, thus ena
bling Passengers to reach the upper portion
to the city w lthout the expense and annoy
ance of a street car or omnibus transfer.
i-The scenery along tho entire route
of the Erie Runway is of tho most pictur
esque and beautiful character. Admirers
of nuturo's beauties, in a day light journey
over this Line, will find in its ever chang
ing landscapes subjects of continual ud
lunation and interest.
BA (J OA UE CHECKED TllRO UGH,
and Fare as Low as by any other route.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA ERIE R'Y.
Which ran lie obtained at all the princi
pal Ticket Offices in tho West or South
west. WM. B. HARR.
L.D. Rucueb, Gou'lPuss'r Ag't.
OCTOBEK, A 8 GO.
J. & P. COATS'
IS NOW TUB
Thread put up for the American marker
K1X.CORD IN ALL NUMBERS,
From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusive.
For Ilaiiil ami Hacliinc.
Hook AgcislN ill a It c
$:0 to $2110 per Month by selling
And How 'in ky H 'Kit is Madb. By J. D.
McCube, Jr. -Now fresh ami original. Pro
fusely illustrated and beautifully bound.
It shows how a poor school-muster niaiio
tMO.Oi O.MKI ; how a poor half-hliud suilor be
came a great banker, a butcher's appren
tice the wealthiest man in America, ui: un
known mechanic a millionaire in seven
vears, witli many more such examples;
1 )w eneriry, talent, and patient industry
. vo always met with success when pro
: ?rly exerted ; how money can be made
onutstly and without sucrilice of princi
al. Send for Circular, etc., utv1 notice
1 y extra tonus Geo. Maclean Publishor,
7b'Sunsom St., I hiladclphia. 'M--H
100,000 Agents Wanted for
HOW WOMEN CAN MAKE MONEY,
and other best h(Mks in the market.
FcKiimev A Martin, 130S Chestnut Stront
" fcloO a week "it per
f ceil and iJ.Yi0' in cash
f pr.r.cs. Information
' 'fne. Address A ineri-
Male- ft Fetiluie.
can Book Co., ti2 William St., N. Y.
TOD WORK neatly exoutd at thuotUce
i el at reasonable rutee.
O. S. MRAOQ
lACaiATI A imAcja,
WHOtMAll AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
all kinds of
School, Miscellaneous, Law, Medico
tjepository of the Bible Society, Sunday
School, and all Religious Publishing So
cieties, NO. 52 CHESTNUT ST., MEADVILLE, PA.,
KO. 1111 SUrERIOIt ST., CLE VELA Iff P, O.
J it OH NHKIVI-R.
Having fitted up a first claw
Are prepared to furnish to order all kinds
of manufactured lumber auch as
SI Dry O, SUIiFACE
DttESXED L UMIJEU, SASH,
DOORS, I1LIXDS, AND EVERY
DESCRIPTION OF TLA IX A ATD FA X-
cr no ui.DiXGx
Dealer will find it to their advantage to
CONSULT OUR PRICES,
Before purchasing elsewhere, as our loca
tion in the heart ol the lumber region gives
us superior advantages in tho purchase ot
lumber that will enable tia to undersell
those loss favorably situated.
Mar. 4, tf.
JACOIJ S H RIVER,
Recommended and Endorsed by over
Seven Hundred Doctors.
COMPOCSD FLUID EXTRACT OF
K O S K O O !
HEALTH RESTORER !
Not a Secret Quack Medicine For
mula Around the Bottle.
FRKP.VRI5D SOLELY BY
Dr. J. J. LAWRENCE, Organic
STRIKES AT THE ROOT of DISEASE
PURIFY. Ng'tHE BLOOD,
nESTOIUNO. Tint IJVKR AND KIDNEYS TO A
HEALTH V ACTION, AND INVIOOKA
TI.NU T1IK NfcRVOUS SYS
TEM. This is the Secret ,of its Wonderful
Succc93 in Curing
Consumption in it early ttagrs, Scrofu
la, Syphilis, Dyspepsia. Liver
Neuralgia, Nervous Affection, Eruption
of of the Skin, Uamort, Loss of
Vigor, Jiefiees of the
and Bladder, and all Diseases caused by
a Bad Slate of the Blood.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of
Humor and Hud taint, and restores tho en
tire system to a healthy condition.
It is beyond question the Finest Tonic
in the Would.
Thousands have lieen changed by the uso
of this medicine from weak, sickly, suffer
ing creatures, to strong, healthy, and hap
py men and women.
Invalids cannot hesitate to give it a trial.
No medicine has obtained such a great
reputation as this justly celebrated com
pound. FOR TESTIMONIALS
From Physicians, Eminent Divines, Edi
tors, Druggists, Merchants, ike., see KOS
KOO A Lit AX AC for this year.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
FOR SALE BY
The Principal Druggists of the United
States and Briiish America.
CO. OF NORTH AMERICA,
No. 232 Walnut StPhila.
Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual
fiiAP.!.lE,lf LANDS FIRE INSURANCE
Assets Jan; I, 18U9, 2,348,3330
t20,0"0,no0 losses paid since its organiza
tion. WM. HU11LEK, Central Agent,
MILES W. TATE, Agent in Ti
ouesta, Forest County, Pa.
VENT UR E HOTEL.
ADJOIN, NJ TBB DEPOT,
WHITE OAK, Forest County, l'a.
IIUMMASON, BRO S, Propr's.
r"pHIS house Is new and fitted up In first
X class stvle, and is headquarters lor till
iierwoiis visiting lite great oil lield of Hick
ory. The bar is furnished witli the best
of liquors. The proprietors will spare no
puin- i'i inaKo 11 toe most desirable stop,
ping place in the oil regions. 12 l v
MiLscrieb for the KkI'UIii.K'AK, the bust
t newspaper in ie couaty.
W, A. INOHAM.
ON AND AFTER 11 P. P. Sunday May
1, 1870, Trains arrive at and leave the
Union Depot, comer of WaahlutoD. and
Liberty street, as follows;
Malt Train, 1.30 a m ; Fast Line, 12.12 a
tti 1 Well's accommodation No, 1, 0.20 a m 1
llrinton accommodation No 1, 7.50 a m;
Wnll'a aoconmuslalion No 2, H.55a m ;Cln
rlnnatl express U.-O a m ; Johnstown ac
commodation lO.fiO a 111 ; Rraddock'a ao
commiHlntioti No 1, 7.1X1 p in ; Pittsburgh
expresa 1.30 p In; Pacific express 1.50 p 111 ;
Wall's accommodation No 8, 2.35 p m ;
Home wood accommodation No 1,9.5a pm;
Wall's accommodation No 4, p in ;
llrinton accommodation No 2, 1.10 p in;
Way l'assenger lo.iiO p 111,
Ponthern express 5.20 a m 1 Pacific ex-
rrcss 2.40 a m ; Wall's accommodation No
, 6.30a m ; Mall Train 8.I11 a m ; llrinlon's
accommodation 1 1.20 a in ; Braddock'a ac
commodation No 1,5.10 p m; Cincinnati
express 12.35 p in ; Wall's accommodation
N 2, 11.51 a m ; Johnstown accommodation
4.0.pm; Homewoisl accommodation No
1, 8.50 p m; Philadelphia express 3.M) p 111;
Wall accommodation No3,.'l.ap m; Wall's
accommodation No 4, 0.05 p in ; Fast Line
7.40 p in; Wall's No 5, 11.00 p 111.
Tho Church Trains leave Wall s Station
every Sunday at II.05 a. in., reaching Pitts
burgh at 10.5a. 111. Returning leave Pitts
burgh at 12,'iOp. m., and arrivo at Wall's
Station at 2.10 p. m.
Cincinnati express leaves daily. South
ern express daily except Monday. All oth
er Trains dally, except Sunday.
For further Information aply to
W. II. BECKWITH, Agent.
Tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will not assume any Risk for Baggage ex
ecpt for Wearing Apparel, and limit their
rsponsihllity to One Hundred Dollai val
ue. All baggage exceeding that a omit
In value will la ut the risk of the ;ner
unless taken by special contract. '
A. J. CASSAl
General Superintendent, Altoona Po.
W-AJLilLj 3? 1PEB.
DAVIS & ECHOLS,
(Near tho Co A House,)
Have a general assortment of School
Itooka, Law Bonka, Histories. Bibles and
Testaments, Hymn Hooks, Music Books,
Blank Hooks, Envelopes, Note, Letter and
cap writing papers, pcus, Ink, Slates and
everything in tho
HOOK rf- STA TIOXERY RUSIXEKt.
All of which they offer to sell WHOLE
SALE OK RETAIL, at lowost cash prices.
DAVIS A ECHOLS,
Inventors who wish to take out Letters
Patent are advised to counsel with M111111
and Company, editors of the Scientific
American, who have prosecuted claims
boloro the Patent Olllee for over Twenty
Years Their American and European
Patent agency is the most extensive in the
world Charges less than any other relia
ble agency A pamphlet containing lull
instructions to inventors is sent gratis
MUNN A CO., 37 Pin k How,
13tf New York
IS Prepared to deliver the best quality o
Cbal at the old Everhart Bunk, two
miles from Newmuuvillo for 7 cents per
or at Tionesta aiid vicinity for
25 CliNTS PER BUSHEL.
He always has a large supply on hand,
Now is the time to lay in a large stipplj
Orders promptly attended to 29
ESTABLISHED MAY 1853.
LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT
LIVE STOCK TOLICIES,
ISSUED IN FIRSTCLASSCOMPANIES.
LOSSES rUOMl'TLY ADJTSTKD AN'D PAID.
A. C. SAMPSON, Gen. Ageut.
J. D. HENRY, Oil City,
Ag't for Venango Co., Pa,
Applications received and Tnforimitinn
furnished by A. U. Stkkli:, at Tioiioatu
Savings Bank. apltf.
M. P. GETCHELL,
Notions Boots) & Shoes,
HATS cSc CAPS,
&c, Ac, 4c,
CORXER MAIN t DEPOT STS.,
Has the Largest and most Complete Stock
now uu hand, of any store iu
Having purchased ray stock eince
the great decline iu Gold, I can sell
ffoodd cheaper thiiu any Dry Goode
House iu tho Oil Regions. Persons
purchasing goods of me will save 25
percent. M. r. t J KTCIIELL.
Tidioute, April 11, 1870. 46m
AGENTS WANTED FOR
Hon. Wm. SEWARD'S GRAND TOTR
of Afexico. Adventure aud Sight-seeing
"Our Sister Repuqlic." '
Is a work of rare merit' profusely illustra
ted. Send for circulars to Columbian Hook
Company, Ifai'tiord, Ct. 28-8t
OCHSCRIIJE for the Fyrwit Kopublicxu
is wui peiy.
WARREN A FRANKLIN, FA It .
A OIL CHEEK HAILROADsl CO
New and Most Direct rout to I f" -'
On and After MONDAY MAY 30 X ii :;
trains will run as follows!
fl.Ofl A. M. EXPRESS Sparring, , .
6.28; Tryonville 1 Hvdetown 7.1
tusville arrive 7.20, depart 7.27; MiM-.
Farm7,o0: Pioneer 8.07 1 Pelroletni.
tre arr. 8.15, 1 vs. 8.17, Columbia 8.2.1. 1 -r.
Farm 8.35,- ftynd Farm , Ro .1,,
8,38 1 Oil t.'ily 8.66lvsl.()0. Itm-kwoi I
Walnut liend Oleopolis M.2H, chip.-1
ing with train for Pithole ;) llenrvv 1 .,;
. Eagle Rock, Tionesta IO.61, .,1,
ory White Oaks 10,81, arr. 'I'i !.,.ir
arilres 10 54, lv. 10.50, Tlnmicii b
arriving at Irrlnatoft- at f.:a. 111
11. iiO A. M, MAII Spsrtansl.il rir ii 4,,
Centrovllle, 12.7 p. 111. Trvonvlllc
Hydetown 12.."0, arrives at 'Titusviil 1 . 1
i.. 11 .11 f!lt.. 1.'... t ... l.i
i.w. ..-, 11111, ri rnilll l.i-,, -Hin'C'
arr. Pet, Centre 1.25, lvs 1.27,- 0:11, 1,1 i.
1.33, Tarr Farm l.Uil Rvnd Kami
Rotiscvillel.47, arr. Oilcfty 2.05, h v. m
Rockwood , Walnut Bend lie.
lis 2.40(ooniicet with train for 1'ii', ,.
Henry's Bend , Eagle Hock . f .....
eslaS.10, Hickory , White Oal; . , ,1
arr. Tidiouto 4,tiil, lvs. 4.07, Thoiup.-,,,
arrives at Irvineton 4.50 p. in.
0.05PM ACCOM MolM'N,. Spari ne! ,..
0.30, CVnlreville 7.00, Trvonvilli
1 1 vdetown 7.25, arr Titnsville 7.35 I s
Miller Farm 8.0ft, Pioneer 8.2tl, arr at i '
Cent re 8.V8 lvs 8.. '15, Columbia 8.4 i. ; ,it
Farm 8.44, ltynd Farm .Rutisoviilc i-.jl
arrives at Oil City 9.10 p, 111.
11.45 A. M. MAIL Thompson s n
Tidiouto 12.30 lvs 12.38, White fMi I: ;
Hickory, , Tionesta 1.20, Eitfle Keck
.Henry's Bend Oleopolis ".05 ',
nocts with train for Plthole) Walnut he-. :
, ltix kwissl , arr Oil City L'.lt'j i .
2.42, Roiisovllle2.5H, Rynd Par, 11
Tarr Farm 3.10 arr at' Pet. Cent re 3 '
lvs. 3.23, Pioneer 3.30, Miller Form :i.
arr. Titusvllle 4 04, lva 4 14 Hv li t. . .
4.24 p. in., Tryonville Centre-. ! !
4.50, Spartuusbtirg 5.11, arr at Com- !,.-..
6.00 P.M. EXPRESS Thompson's si
arr at Tidioute 5.50,lcvs 6.5J,Vf .
oaks fl.07. Hickory , Tionesta t..:
Eagle RiM'k , Henry's Bond CI. '
opolis 7.13, Walnut Bend Rockwo-.d
arr Oil City 7.40 lve 7.47, Rous, vilie
8.03, Rynd Farm Tarr Farm 8,1,'., Col
umbiiiS.IS, arr Pet, Centre 8.2.) Iv 8.is. i'i
oneer 8.35, Miller Farm 8.45, arr. Ti'.i.sviiii
0.10. lvs 0.13, Hydetown W.23, Tr on viiU,
Spartausbtirg, 10.7, arr at Carry l.
i.rave Oil, CITY.
7.00 A.M. ACCOMMODATION Ron e
villo 7.15, Rynd Farm , Tarr Furiu Mi
Coluinia 7.2H, arr Pet. Centre 7.35 lve 7...ii,
Pioneer 7.45, Miller Farm 8.00, arr. Ti!u
villeN.lt), lvs. H.13, Hydetown 8.81, Trvon
villo Centerville 8.50, SpartmisbuiK
0.10, arr, Corry fl.ss a 111,
All trains connect at Corry with trains
on Phila. A Erie Railroad slid A. A 'i. W.
East anil West for New York, I'iiiia !,-!-phia,
Hurrishurg, Erie A Cleveland, t.id
with Iliillalo, CorrvA Pittsburgh Hail-.Miv
for Hutliiloand all points on theN, V. Cen
tral Hailwav. At till City with It.niw -'u
Allegheny Valley Railroad, and F ran U I; u
Hranch A. A G. W. At IrvineUiu witii
trains on Phila. A E. Hallroud c.i.t an 1
C. J. HEPBURN JNO. PITCAIUN,
Siierlnteiulcnt. Gen'l M ina -e-
erie & PiTiBDaairitrR
On and afler Monday, Nov. 15, lsuy
trains will run 011 this ron.l as fcl'.i.M
LEAVE ERIE SOUTHWARD.
11:55 A. M. ACfYIMUflHATlOV I,vi.,
Newcastle at 7:05 and arrives at PilUbui rli
1 1 ... i i
iww a. 111.
10:25 A. M., PlTTsniTRoa EX.. stoi rit s'l
stations, and arrives at A. A ti. W. It. K
1 ransfer at l:.-0 d. m.. at Newcastle at 3:1 j
p. 111., and ut I'ittxburgh at 0:00 p. 111.
6:05 A. M.. aii"om.modatiox. from J.iiii,..
town, arrives at A. A U. W. R. K. Transfer
at 5;4tl a. m at Newcastle at 7:05 a, m., sod
I'iltsburgh at )0:U0 a. m.
5:00 p. M.. Mixol Train leaves lrln f,
Sharon, stopping at all intermediate puii.ta
and arriving at 10:15 a. 111.
LEAVE riTTSUU RG 1 1 NORTW A R!).
7:15 A. M., ERIK express, leaves New-
castle ut 10:00 a. m., A. AG. W. R. R.Tr.n.M
fer at ll:2u a. in., and arrives at Eric it .'-. io
. m., making closo connection for Jlufta
o and N iagara Falls.
3:35 p. M. accommodation. IcovS New
castle at ti:30 p. in , A. A G. W. K. 1:.
Transfer ut 7:.ri6 p. in., and Jamestown r.t
8:30 a. in., connects with mixed trains that
arrives in Erie at 1:55 a. 111.
0:30 p. M.. Mixed Train leave Sharon f. .r
Erie, and arriving at Girurd at 12:30 u. in.,
and Erie at 0:55 a. iu.
Trains connect at Roc.heBterwith train for
Wheelimr and all points in West Virginia,
and at Pittsburgh connections for Phil.i.iel
phia, Hui-risbiirgh. Baltimore and ash
iugton via I'ennsylvnnia Central Railroad.
Erie Express North, connects at Giiar.l
with Clevelund and Erie trains Wt-sl a ai d
for Cleveland, Chicago, and all points in
the West ; at Erie with Philadelphia A Erie
Railroad for Corry, Warren, Irviugt.-m,
lidioute, Ac., and with Bullalo A line
Railroad lor Buffalo, Dunkirk, Niucara
Fall aud New York City.
ALLEG H IE H Y V ALLE Y R A I L R 0 A 0 1
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
The Oil Regions to Pitlsburtrb,
THE EAST AND THE WEST I
On all night trains. Passengers and ba:'
gajre transferred at Oil City, Frek ov
Trains make direct connection with nil
Roads centering at Oil City, and leave si
Day Express leave Oil City at.... 2 30a u.
Arrives at Pittsburgh...... tlOOn n
Night Express Leave Oil City.... 920eiu
A,rr!vV.'; l'ttturKIi 0 25 a iu
Mud iraiu leave Oil City.... 9 05 i, m
Arrives ut PitUburgh 6 50 p c,
Day Express leaves Pllteburgh at 7 SO a m
Arrrivesat Oil City at 2 15 p m
Night Express leaves PitUburgh 840 em
Arrives at Oil fitv 6 l.iam
Way Passenger leaves PitUburgh 15 a in
Arrives at Oil City 7 35 j, ul
Passengers travelling by this Routo will
find better accommodations and makebct
ter time than by any other road from ti t,
Oil Regions to Pittsburgh.
J. J. LAWRENCE, Gen. Supt.
1 Outre St., opposite Post Office,
OIL CITY, PENN'A.
1E.U. lilts IN
FOREICN AND DOMESTIC
DHESS GOODS, CAUFETING,
OIL CLOTHS. BOOTS & SHOES,
IIATS& CAPS, TRIMMINGS
NOTIONS, ETC., ETC.
Dr. Lawrknce'u Woman's Frienl
Ciri all DiiMaes peculiar to Ki'mab-s. Ore