The Forest Republican. (Tionesta, Pa.) 1869-1952, April 04, 1871, Image 4

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furorm It. II. Mat.
biici'mn Jacob Shrlvcr, J. II. Stroll p,
"W. W, Dimond. H. II, Haslet, .1. W limns.
Juttiee of the Jtact W. 1. Morcilllott,
I. M. Knox.
fntnbtc ,1. N.Teitsworth.
5-oo Director J.Winans, J. A. Dale,
3, A. Proper, Jacob Hhrlvor, D. 8. Knox,
H. li. Irwin.
president Judae Jamkh Campbrm,.
Aiuoeinte Judge J. A. .Pkopkr, An
Bw Cook.
Nherif K. I. Davis.
JaXrwe 4Momry W. W. M.uon,
Treiuurer H. Skti.icY.
JVotAosornry, JltgMer dt Recorder, it.
J, B. Annnw,
CommMJti'onrr N. P. Whkki.eb, Besj.
fbn( Suverintrndent H. F.'Ronnisn.
Jury OommUitioners J AS. GlI.KU.LI.VM,
County .Surveyor S.D. Irwiw.
. i . . w.u . u-
County Auditor L. i Uackett, Eu
Uolbvan. Wm. Clark.
Member of Cbngrtt HWA DintrictQ. W.
Stat .Senate W. A. Wai.LACK.
a iuiaUjMoKK U. Hall.
O. C A
1.20 p,m.
6.37 p. in.
10.04 a. m.
8.18 p, in
X press.
J-? J
0.40 p. m.
E press.
10.07 a. m.
3.20 p. m,
-Don't go back on your newspaper,
A subscriber to an Iowa paper recent
'ly stopped it, and the next week he
was nearly kicked, to death by a horse. I
Irof. Weber kindly favored us
with his company and some first class
music on the violin the ether dny. The
Prof, is chuck full of melody and he
is not at all stingy of it.
. A social muWinir . had at the
r'esiJknce of U. II. May, Esq., on
Thursday evenine last, where all en-
joyed themselves to the full extent of
their capacity. I
-Capl Knox has bought the Rath-
hun Huso, and has torn it down and
moved the lumber to the lot adjoining
Win. Dimond's house, where he will
ut up a building for rent.
A ,i.; f, K. nf P.r
u u n. .... :n i. i.i a : .u- n a
t l. -. it. it it i -
AGUiiiim Aiuu vu who i lucauBi i cir i
ing. The committee don t wish to,
light any one, and therefore everybody
is invited to attend.
-S. D. Irwin and wife are fixing up
h "Brown House" preparatory to
housekeeping and P. O. Conver pro-
iposes to move his office up stairs and
occupy the lower part of his building
as a dwelling.
A good Templars' Convention is
to be held in Meadville on the 12th
J a ! 11 . I
ou iota oi Apru. on delegate were
eiectea irom iionesta ljooge, viz : Airs,
J. O. Dale, Mrs. J. B. Agnew, Messrs.
A. II. Steele, Dr. Viuans, Rev. Bur-
too and J. P. Siggius.
Roberts, Hays & Co. have been
getting out ties, up the creek, about
Old town during the past winter, and
we are informed that they have now,
ready for market 300,000 of them.
This will no doubt prove a profitable
winter s work tot the firm.
, Receiving amounts due on sub
neripdoa is always iu order at this of-
. t4t, eptcmlj bow, that we are just
tartiagin a new voluiuo. If any
of our tubscribera are troubled with
'-loss aTaLeep or appetite indigestion or
hutt Mok, iet them see that their news
paper couut is squared, and if they
ion't et better iimnedrately, why they
ciced some medicine.
i The well of Grove & Wolcott, on
the Sowers Farm is down about 440
feet and progressing finely, with indl
aiions of bucccss. Some difficulty
'has been experienced in keeping the
water out of tho well, but this will
soon cease w irouure mem. mere u
no doubt that there is oil iu payin
-quantities on this farm; and we would
as soon see Grove & Wolcott jet it as
.any one ulse.
A Clerical gentieraaa iu this vi
cinity, recieved, last winter, anony
irnously, a loaf of very poor bread,
Not being able to eat it himself, he fed
It to his cow, and had to sit up nights
with her for some time after. We sup
jKe the person w ho contributed the
hrnU wan doiug it in accordance with
the scripture text
Cast thy bread up-
on the waters," do., but we have no
faith that the bread contributed came
up to the standard of the bread refer
red to in the text.
It will he ccu from a notice pub-
lihed iu another column, that our old
friend, Fid Bishop, of Oil City, is a
candidate loruounty treasurer of Ye-
nango Couuty. Fid. has been sue of
the most zealous workers iu the party
for raauy years, and is a worthy and
competent person for the position to
which he aspires, aud we think the
party will honor iUelf by honoring
-"March went out after tro' most
lamb like pattern, and April crime in
accompanied with oow, rain, fec.
The Tlonesta Temple of Honor
has rented tho Good Templars' Hall
to hold their meetings in. The regu
lar meetings are on Saturday evening
of each week.
-Several persons wf re "fooled" on
the first of April in our borough, but
all was conducted in such a manner
as to leave no bitterness in the hearts
of those who had been the victims.
Trout -fishing is now in order, and
we expect to Bonn see strings oi me
speckled luxury dished up about here.
We may always be found in our office,
over Knox's Store. Don t bring them
all ou the came day.
Alex. Dale performed a surgical
operation on his foot with an ax. He
was laid up a day or two, but we no-
lice nun on ine Streets again
lu the
words of ihe old lady, we would re
mark, "Always cut from you'se f and
yeu never cut you'so'f."
Tidioute is having a course of lec
tures by "homo talent." Maj. Mc-
Llintock, of the Journal delivered me
eighth lecture of the course, having
for his subject, "Sundries." When
Tidioute gets short of talent and wants
some that is first class, let them apply
to Tionesta.
W. W. Muson got to feeling so
hilarious over the New Hampshire
elctions that he couldu't rest until he
got at and sprained our aukle. We hope
he feels better now, but we can assure
our readers that we don't. Mr. Mason
is now prepared to receive any kind of
news with perfect coolness. e how
ever, being coufincd to the house by
reason of our misfortune, do not expect
t hear much news of any kind, and
ur subscribers must not grumble if
we do not keep them as well posted as
w0 do wbuu we c"jy our usual health.
Our boro' schools closed on Fri
day last, until further notice. An ex
hibition of the talent of the school, w ith
a little outside assistance, will take
place at Forest Hall, on next Friday
evening admission 10 cts. After this
event Prof. Porter "folds his tent like
the Arab, and" dipceth out, where
about he has not lust vetdecided. II
- -
lofty form and heart-rending smile will
be missed from among us, and, as the
Professor is a bachelor, we don't know
but some of our young ladies are sor
rowing silently because he goeth. He
is going to get all his job work done
at tiiis office, he says, since we printed
that magnificent programme for him
but wo arc afraid he is preparing a job
that would more properly como within
the range of a minister or a squire
w j, beHeve lhnt ti,e professor
wou;j ,uake HD excellcnt family man
I.nformat.ox Wanted. John P.
Nolan, aged twenty-two and a printer
by profession, having been absent from
his home in Bellefontc, Pa., near two
years, and nothing having been heard
of him by his mother during that time,
has caused her great uneasiness. Last
heard from him he was in Corry, Pa.
A,ny information concerning hiia, ad
dressed to T. B. Nolan, Adjutaut Gen
eral's office, Washington, D. C. will be
thankfully received. Exchanges please
Tue Beaver Seminary. This
most excellent school so favorably
known now for several years to some
of the leading families of our cointy,
closed its winter term last week. Miss
Susie May and Miunie Hunter, of our
village had part in the musical portion
of the exercises. The Spring Session
opens April 4th. Send for catalogue
to Rev. R. T. Taylor, Beaver, Fa.
For Sale. One 20 Horse Power
Timber Engine aud Boiler in good or
der. Inquire of D. S. Knox,
1-tf. Tionesta, Pa.
For life-size Photographs and Oil
Paintings, go to Wilt Brothers.
The largest Photographic rooms
... V 4
m Western i'enusyivauia, liannas
Block, Franklin, Pa
The largest stock of Picture
Frames aud Mouldings in the Oil Re
gions, at Wilt Bro's.
Pranir's imported Chromos at
Wilt Bro's.
For Photographic views of the
Oil Regions, inquire at Wilt Bro's
Stereoscopic views of the Uuion
& Pacific Railroad, and fine views of
the most gorgeous scenes in the Yose.
mite Valley. Calitoruia, at will
Brothers. Photocrra pliers und Publish
ersof views of the Oil Region, &c,
dealers in Photographic instruments
and materials, Hauna's Block, i rank
Hn, Pa.
s,.ti, i,iin and lands
ku0wll M ti, .'Christie Propeny," lo-
ratei ftt irvintoii. Warren Couuty Pa.,
ure for Sttle Xcrnu cash or approved
Bewlritv. Apply to
Jons A. Dale.
President Tionesta Savinjji Bauk,
Tlonta, pa.
Newspaper Laws.
We would call the special attention
of Tost Masters and subscribers to the
Forest RtruBLicAN to the following
synopsis of the Newspaper laws :
1. A Postmasters is required to give
notice by ccr,(returning a paper does
not answer the law), when a subscri
ber does not take his paper out nf the
office, ami state the reason for its not
heme taken. Neglecting to do so
akes the I'oRtmnfter reeponsiuic 10
the publisher for the payment.
'I. Any person who takes a paper
from tho Tost office, whether directed
to his name or another, or whether he
has subscribed or not, is responsible for
the pay.
3. It a person orders ins paper dis
continued, he must pay all arrearages,
or the publisher may continue to send
t until payment is made, and collect
4. If the subscriber orders his pa
per to be stopped at a certain time.and
the publisher continues to send, the
subscriber is hound to pay for it if he
takes it out of the l)t Office. The law
proceeds upon the ground that a man
must nay lor what he uses.
The courts nave ueeiaeu vnai reius
ne to take newspapers and periodicals
from the post office, or removing and
leaving them uncalled for, is prima
facie evidence of intentional fraud.
To Nebraska, California, and Kan
sas, and the B. & M. R. R.
The "Burlington Route," so called,
lies, right in the path of the Star of
Empire. It runs almost immediately
in the center of the great westward
movement of emigration. Crossing
Illinois and Iowa, it strikes tho Mis-
siouri river at three points.
These three points are the gateways
into three great sections of the trans
Missouri region.
The Northern gate is Omaha, where
the great Pacifiic road will take you
to tho land of gold and grapes, sunny
mountains, and perpetual summer.
The middle gate is PlatUinouth,
which opens upon the south half of
Nebraska, south of the Platte river, a
region unsurpassed on the continent
for agriculture and grazing. Just here
are the B. &. M. Railroad lands, con
cerniug which Geo. S. Harris, the land
officer at JJurlmgton, Iowa, can give
you all information, and in tho heart
of them is Lincoln, the State Capital
and present terminus of the road.
The Southern gate leads to Kansas,
by connections with the St. Joe Road
at Hamburg, running direct to St. Joe
and Kansas City.
The trains of the Burlington run
smoothly and safely, and make all
connections. It runs the best of conch,
cs, Pullman Palace and Pullman Din
ing cars, and should you take the
journey for the jouruey's sake alone,
you will be repaid ; or take it to find
a home or a farm, and you cannot find
either better than among the B. & M.
lands, where you can buy on teu years
credit, and at a low price.
Carpenteks, Blacksmiths, Saw mil
men, Uil men, and other citizens oi
Forest county, who are in want of any
thing iu the Hardware line, should go
to Andrews & Co., Tidioute. They
have the largest stock in this section
of the country. They are making aud
repairing all kiuds of Machinery and
Saw mill castings at short notice 4-tf.
A. II. Steele, Cashier Tionesta
Savings Bank, has been appointed
agent for the celebrated " Iuiuan Line
Ocean Steamers," at tlii place. Any
person desirous of going to Europe or
bringing friends to this country, w ill
do well to call on Mr. Steele, who will
furnish them with all tho information
M. r. Jenks, Jeweller, Meadville,
Pa., is selling Watches, Jewelry,
Chains, Diamonds &c., at 20 per cent.
below marked prices. Several of our
citizens have patronized him, and find
him "(smiare." Give him a call. His
entabliajioicnt is on. the corner of Wa
ter and Chestnut Sts., in Cullum block
yew Advertisements.
The many friends of FID BISHOP, of
Oil Citv, resMJctlullv announce to the He-
Kublii un voters of Venango County, that
e is a candidate for County Treasurer,
uhect to ltepublican usages.
Oil City, Ma; ch 10, 1871. 1-tf.
On vt uys uud Uy-ways in the Hidden life
Ily Otticer Mc H'attcrs. A narrative of
25 years experience among Ban k Robbers,
Counterfeiters, Thies, PickockeU, lotte
ry Dealers. Confidence Melt and Swindlers
of all classes of society disclosing mrrk
ed instances of diabolical vengonco and
deep laid plans of mischief and outrage,
uud showing the modes by which they
were traced out and scoundrels brought to
justice. A largo volume ol over UM pages
'31 full page engravings.
t or circular und terms address tho pub
lishers, J. 11. Burr it Hyde, Hartford, Ct.
WANTICD Agents everywhere to sell
cur new lsok, viz: HIS'l'OHV Ol'
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fro of charuB to anv one mmiliirly Blllict
cd. Address Mrs. M. C. l.em tt, Jersy
City. N. J. 1-Jt
with the tireen Tea Flnvor
Warranted to auit all
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where. For sale wholo
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lurKent IhuI selling, and most attractive
subscription lxok ever published. One
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Why will ou Cough when you can be
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Ir. Wells' Carbolic Tnblc?
Thov arc a sure for Sore Throat, Cold,
ioarscneas. Catarrh and all Diseases ol
the Lungs, Throat and llronchial Tubes.
From the great number of Testimonials
us to the efllciencv of the invaluable mod-
cine the following is selected :
47 Wuhpaiiscu Ave., Chicago 111 ,
January 14, 1H71.
"For the last ten years I have been a
great Burt'orer from frequent attacks of
Acute 1'ronchitis, and have never found
anything to relieve mo from these attacks
until 1 tried Dr. wens' carnoiic -j amcm."
ICi.izabkth T. Koot.
le Tablets ; don't let other i;oods be palmed
olfon vou in their nhec.
John Q. Kclloj-, 84 Piatt St., N. Y.' Sole
Agent. Sold by Druirgists, Price 25 cents
a box. 4'J-4t
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Genesis und Geology lmvo kissed euo
A book of thrilling Interest and greatest
importance to every human being. Tho
Papers, Pulpits and People are all discus
sing the subject and book, every man. wo
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Science is true, the Bible literal, dure am:
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10 South Sixth street, i'lula., l'a. 4"-4t
T 8. MoCAl-MONT, of Hartstown,
o Crawtord county, has on hand a limit
ed quantity of genuine Norway Oats,
which he oilers for sale at reasonable rates:
One bushel ten bushels, or over, $l..r0
per bushel. - Kent by express, C. O. I)., to
any address. Furincrs should purchase
soon, as the stock will soon lie exhausted.
These oats will yield from seventy to eighty
bushels for every bushel sown. Send iu
your orders to J. S, McCALMONT,
60 Hartstown, Pa.
Administrator's Notice.
WIIRHKA3, letters of administration
to the estate of Christian Kuhns, late nf
Harne.t Township, deceased, have been
irrsnted to suuscriher. All persons in
debtcd to said csilo will make puymeut
immediately, and tiukjo having claim
against the same will preseni ihe same, as
l l... 1 . 1 1 i .... ,),,.,
autheticatcl, tor settlement.
JOHN II. KUHNS. Administrator.
Harnett, Feb. 24, 1871. 40-4t
W1IKREAS, letters of administration
have been granted and issued to the sub
scriber, to tho estate of John Noill, late ol
said Coimtv, deceased. All persons In
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having
claims against sum estate will present then
to the undersigned duly authenticated
without delay. WM. C. kilj,
Xeillsburfc, Feb. 18, 1871. 4u-4t
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To the Nerveous
WIIOSF. sufferings have been protract
ed from hidden auses, and whoso
cases require prompt treatment to render
oxistence desirable ;
If you are suffering, or have suffered
from Involuntary discharges, what effect
does it produco on your goneral health f
Do you feel weak, debilitated, easily tired?
Does a little extra exertion produco pal
pitation of the heart t Docs your liver, or
urinary organs, or yourkldneys, frequent
ly get out of order? Is your urine some
times ihick, milky or flocky, or Is it ropy
on settling? Or does a thick skum rise to
tho top ? Or is a sediment at the bottom af
ter It lias stood awhilo ? Do you have
pells of short breathlngor dispepsia? Are
our bowels constipated? Do you have
spells of fralntlng, or rushes of blood to
the head ? Is your memory Impared ? Is
otir mind constantly dwelling on this
subject? Doyoufccl dull, listless, moping,
tired of company, or lile? Do you wish
to be left alone, away from everybody ?
Does any little thing mka you start or
Jump? Is your sleep broken or rcatless?
the lustre of your eye aa brilliant ?
The bloom on your check as bright? Do
ou enjoy yourself In society as well ? Do
you pursue your business wltli the same
energy ? Do you feel as much confidence
in youself ? Are your spirits dull and flag,
ging, given to fits of melancholy? If bo,
do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia.
Have you restless nights? Your back
weak, your kneos weak, and have but lit
tle appetite, and you attribute this to dys
pepsia or liver-complaint ?
Now, reader, aelf-abuae, venereal dis
eases badly cured, and sexual excesses, are
all capable of producing a weakness of the
generative organs. Tho organs of genera.
tion.whon in perfect health, make the man
Did you ever think that those bold, defi
ant, energetic, persevering, successful bus
iness-men are always those whose genera
tive organs are in perfect health? You
never hear such men complain of being
melancholy, of nervousness, of palpitation
of the heart. They are never afraid they
cannot succeed in business ; they don't be.
come sad and discouraged ; they arealwaya
polite and pleasant in the company of la
dies, and look you and them right in the
face none of your downcast looks or any
meanness about them. I do nut mean
those who keep tho organs inflated by
running to excess. Those will not only
ruin their constitutions, but also those
they do business with or for.
How many men, from badly cured dis
eases, from the effects of self-abuse and
excess, have brought about that state of
weukness in those organs that has reduced
the geneal system so mnch as to produce
almost every other disease Idiocy, lunacy,
paralysis, spinalffections, suicide, and al
most every othor form of disease which
humanity is heir to, and the real cause of
tho trouble scarcely ever suspected and
have doctored for all but the right one.
Diseases of these organs require the uso
of a Diuretic. IIELMBOLD'S FLUID
EXTRACT BUCHU is the great Diurotie
and is a certain cure for diseases of tho
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Organ,
ic Weakness, Female Complaints, Gener
al Debity, and all diseases of the Urinary
Organs, whether existing in Male or Fe
male, from whatever cause originating,
and no matter of how long standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Con
sumption or Insanity may ensue. Our
flesh and blood are supported from these
sources, and the health ana happiness,
asd that of Posterity, dopeuds upon
prompt use of a reliable remedy.
Ilelmbold's Extract Buchu, established
upward of 19cara, prepured by II.
II ELM BOLD, Druggist, 0U4 Broadway,
New York, and 104 Ssuth 10th Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. PwcR $1.25 per bottl
or 0 bottles for tyi.SO, delivered to any ad
dress, bold by all Druggosta everywhere,
WrupjK'r, fac-siiiile of my Clienilcul Ware
house, and signed U. T. HKLMUOLD.
Kfirt Energetic Farmer Wanted. From
SWWto $100 can be made (hiring the Ml"
wintcT months. Hnsinoss pleasant and
bfrtrorable. For further particulars of this
fljireiut chattre address at once A. II. Hub
bard, l'hllrt, ra.
wants a numbor of good aifcnts, also a
(food (lencral Ai;et firr WasUsrn 'a, also
a eooil general Ai?ent for the Ocrninn
counties of l'a. Address Hand in Hand
oilier, No 112 South 4th St., I'hila. SH 4t
$5 to 820 per day and no risk. Do you
want a situation as salesman at or near
home, to introduce our new 7 strand White
Wire Clothis Lines to last forever. Don't
miss tho chance. Sample free. Address
Jfuiinon Hirer H'ire Wm kx. To W'm St. N.
Y or 10 learlHirn St. Chicago, 111. o!-4w
oKNEitAt. nEAi.nn ix
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