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Ttl :Sn Y MO F NINO, APJFtIL 25.
An apportionment of llie State was
asrroel upon and tlic liill passed on
Friday of Ihs. week. Wc nre nppor
fumed with Clarion county for a Rep
resentative District, and with Clarion,
Jefferson nud Armstrong for a St-nato-rii.I
District. We are therefore no
better ofT, tliat we can sec, than we
were before. We need never hope for
a Representative who will represent
this county, politically, while we are
mnnncled to Clarion, a county which
always given an immense Demo
cratic majority, and probably always
will until a prohibitory liquor law U
enforced, and missionaries sent to con
vert the political heathens of that be
nighted county. One thing wo have
tamed : No matter how mean a Dem
ocrat represents us in the Senate, W.
A. Wallace ia not now in our district,
nud will have to come his coffee-p.'t
games on some other people. Our lit
tle majority here, seems destined to be
sacrificed to Democracy, as far as State
Representation is concerned, but as far
as our couuty offices are concerned, we
think wo can hereafter keep them pure
and undefiled from the taint of Dem.
ocracy. When the next apportionment
takes place, we hop that Forest comi
ty may have justice.
The Duty of School Boards.
On the first ef June the present
school year expires. For the informa
tion of Directors, we copy tV.e follow
ing extract from the school law:
It thall be the duty of the board of
directors to publish an annual state
ment of the amount of moneys receiv
ed and expended, and the amount due
from collectors, and setting forth all
the fianancial operations of the dis
trict, by one or more publications in
oiio or more newspapers of the couuty
ia which they reside. If there is an
amount of tax not collected, or any
atn.uut due to tho district, it is to be
stated as "amount of yet due," at
tho foot of receipts, and so carried out;
and if there is an amount of debt yet
due by the district, it is to be stated as
"umouut yet due for ," and so car
ried out at the foot of expenditures;
in order, in both cases, to balance tho
account in accordance with the facts.
If there was a builning tax aud a
house or houses erected during the
year, the amount of the building tax,
aud of the portion of it expended in
the year for thispurpofie.it to be stated
id the same way, with the balance on
hund, or the debt for this purpose, if
any, under proper heads "Receipts,"
and "Expenditures nf Building' as
in cae of case of ordinary school tax
Lct'us Have Peace.
For a week past, until yesterday, we
have had among us an agent of the
American Peace Society. The obiect
of this society is, we believe, to do
away w ith war and rumors of war, and
create "peace on earth and good will
to man," have all differences of opin
ion between nations decided by A con
federated congress of nations, or a
high court, composed of eminent peace
men or ail climes and toiigncs. The
business of the agent is, as we under
stand it, to collect from all who feel
disposed to contribute, from $2 to $20
for the furtherance of peace priucip'es,
anu sicli ; the donor to receive
certificate of membership to the so
ciety and the react Advocate. Pursu
iug the calling to which he has been
appointed, tho venerable agent strayed
into tho place of business of one of our
uost active, biggest, and fiercest U.k.
ing Democrats. The peace man went
un to say his piece, and state his oh
joct. Ho hadn't got more than fairly
into the merits of the case, w hen the
Democrat arose, pale w ith passiou.and
lo iking like anything rather than a
peace man. "Peace !" said he, "Peace!
why I have been a peace niau all my
life, and during the late war in our
country the indignant people set sever
ill times to hang mo, because of my
peaco principles! Peace! No sir, I'm
for war! War to the bitter end ! War
lo the knife! Get out of lliio !" and he
moved toward the man of pence, who
fulded his apcrs and glode. He wasn't
in any hurry, but he simply went. lie
didn't have any time to waste in
On last Thursday afternoon, Thom
as Haven, lad about fil'tcen years of
fle residing near the A. V. II. R. De
pot, was thrown from a wagon loaded
with hay over un embankment, about
' ..If a mile below town, and had his
mi broken above the wrist. Dr. Know
If n si't the arm, aud he is uow in a fair
n v of re.-ovorv.
Boilor Explosion One Man Killed.
About four o'clock Tuesday after
noon, the boiler in use at the new dril
ling well on the Collum lease. Woods
farm, exploded with "terrific force,
tearing the enirne house to fraement.
anr instantly killing Mr. Jnhn Con
sider, the cnirmcor. Ihe boiler was
thrown over 350 feet by the force of
the explosion, striking three times be-
lore it finally landed. 1 he worts mou
wcro engaged in sand-pumping at the
time, and Mr. C. had been notified
that, steam was running up fast in the
boiler, and from the appearance of the
body is supHed to have been looking
into the fire box under the boiler.
The body was thrown nearly seventy-
hve leet, and the back of the head
crushed in. which wai the cause of
his death, as no other bruises or scalds
were discovered on any portion of the
body. An examination shows that
the boiler gave way on the right hnnd
side, directly over the fire box, and it
went out a little to the left, of the der
rick, instead of going straight, as is
usually the case when the crown chert
gives way. Tho boiler is known as a
Washington, manufactured at New
burg, N. V., and issa.d to have been
unusually well made. The cause of
the explosion was undoubtedly a too
high pressure of steam. Well inform
ed parties are of the opinion that the
pressure was at least 140 pounds to the
square inch, i lie usual amount car
ried is 50 lbs,, and not over 80 lbs.
Had not the boiler went throuirli the
derrick the driller would also have,
been killed, as he was standing divoet
ly in a line with it.
Mr. Consider has been on the Creek
tor nearly six years, i,nd WH. .w.v
regarded as a tho:oup;h and competent
nominal!, u.iring his long residence
in the oil rr.trion. hv hi ireninl an.l
fi ieudly disposition, he had formed a
"8-. circle ot acquaintances who will
P'.ncerely mourn his death. lie was
zo vears old and unmarried.
1 he remains were taken in chares
by his brother and brother-in-law, and
left on the morning train for I'och
ranton, about six miles from Mead
ville, Crawford county, Ins former resi
dence where he will be buried. Pe
troleum Centre Record.
The following from the Cor y Re
Buried Alive. The sand bank,
back of the Union School Building.ou
Washington street, was again Tuesday
morning at about 10 o'clock, the scene
of an accident which resulted in bury
ing a man alive. David Johnson and
Harvey Cowles were at work digging
and draw ing away sand.. Johnson was
'fc'ging under the projecting embank
ment, and Cowles was loading the
sand into a wagon, when the bank sud
denly gave way aud buried Johnson
completely out of sight. Cowles was
far enough away to to escape without
iujury. He immediately called for
assistance, and commenced the work
of digging out his companion. With
in a few moments a number were on
the spot and worked with a wife tore
lease Johnson from his premature
tomb. A short time sufficed to re
move the sand sufficiently to get him
out of his imprisonment. He was
found in a standing posture, and was
completely buried, there being about
a foot of sand above' ihe lop of his
head. When first r. 1 ased he was in
sensible, but soon recovered on expo
sure to the opeu air. Beyond a few
bruises he was not injur cu to any extern.-
ihe following complimentary no
tice of the Meadville 7iVyu6icau office
we clip fr un the Greuville Argus. It
is a well-deserved' tribute :
The Republican printing office in
Mead ville is one of the best in the
country. Col. Risinger has reccutly
added to his machinery one of Rug
bies' latest improved job presses, which
is the most complete piece of printing
inach'uery made. The Colonel has al
so increased his variety of job types
by the addition some flirty new fonts
of the latest styles of laces. The book
bindery of Mr. Noble has also beeu
consolidated with that of the Republi
can which makes it a very extensive
coin-em, anil enables tho proprietors
to do all kinds of book binding and
blank-book work as nicely uud as
cheaply as it can be done in the larger
The fulluwing from the Titusville
A hew well on Churcli Run, near
TitUBville, is attracting the attention
of cperators. It is reported to be
pumping 200 barrels per day. This
marvelous development, in a quarter
so unexpected, has had the cried to
stimulate investments thereabout, and
all day Monday witnessed speculative
investments which a week before would
have excited ridicule. While some
regard it as a phenomenon, and not to
be uepended on as indicative of future
successful operations, many old opera
tors predict that it is the discovery of
an unprecedeiitly productive oil field.
Mr. Orange 8. Winaus, of Dunkirk,
the shameless apostate who perjured
liiniM'lt' ami betrayed his party in the
"Sew lork Assembly, has uceu favored
by the Republicans of his county with,
a package containing a Bible und a
rope. The following message accom
panies the package:
Assembly Chamber, Albany, N.Y.,
Member from the '2,d JJUtriet, Chautau
"O. S. WiNAXit We send you a
"copy of the Bible and a strong rope.
"Ask your friends (if you have any)
"to assist you. Should you return to
"Dunkirk, we will try aud have you
"viewed from the standpoint you de
"serve." "IlF.prin.TCAKH or Witeem N. Y."
We clip the following from the
A few dart ago Mrs. Bridcet Fre-
wen, while walking on Elk street
above Thirteenth, fell and received se
vere injuries. The fall waa wholly
caused by the bad condition of the
sidewalk. Mrs. Frewen has com
menced suit against the city authori
ties for heavy damages. We have fro-
3uenlly spoken of the dangerous con
ition of some of the sidewalks in lb
city, and the consequent possibility of
such accidents and suits as this of Mrs.
Frewen's. It will be well for owners
of property to recollect that thev, as
well as the city authorities, arc liable
for damages ranted by their bad walks.
and that should the city be compelled
in pay damages it can recover from
Another 100 Barkki. Wki.l on
Ciit Rcn Run. The territory at the
nead oi v nurcli Kun bids fair to out
rival any of -ilia largo producing
sections of the region which have
preceded it. Un Saturday a 20 bid.
well wa'. struck on the Maguire farm,
a few rods east of the Byron well.
Th owners are Messrs. Roy, Crouch
fe Crittenden. Y -sterduv nmrnint?
auotber one hundred barrel well was
struck on the northwestern portion of
ihe Atlantic & ureal estem property
and southeast of the Byron will. Mr.
R. S. Burtis is the owner. This makes
the taird well over one hundred bar
rels within a few days T''.isville
We learn rml we)i wa8 gtmck
last night mi the Moran farm, on the
south side of the river, just below this
city. The vein was struck about elev
en o'clock, and immediately commenc
ed throwing a stream of oil the full
size of the hole above the top of the
derrick. The fires were put out and
operations abandoned until this mom
iug. One of the workmen states that
the rock is the same as found on the
Milton farm, and it. is found at a depth
of about five hundred feet below the
surface. The well is situated back on
the hill, and we woul 1 not he surpris
ed if it opened up a large scope !' ter
ritory. Va In? JiegiKter.
Barrel Factory. We learn that
Mr. C. W. Hare has purchased of Isaac
Uolegrove three ares ot bind, on Main
street just below the P. tV. E. R. R.
crossing, for the purpse of erecting
on it a barrel liictory. The main build
ing will he oOxbO, and two stories in
height. The intention is to give em
ployment to abolt thirty woakuien.
A sliding will be built to the P. & E.
track, and one important item of man
ufacture will be red oak staves for
shipment to the West Indie to he used
in the hiauufacture of sugar barrels
m m ' i
The following from the Clariou
Philip Bashline, who has been
confined in the county jail, on the
charge of larceny, having been sick,
and wanting a little fresh air, was al
lowed some out door privileges by
sheriff Johnson, last week, when the
old gentlemau walked off, and was
found in Beaver township, the next
day, where he had come for a mess of
sou rk rout. Tho sheriff will not likely
be quite so lenient hereafter.
There is a great deal in the power
of habit. The habit of chewing gum
for instance grows on a persoii who in
dulges in it us much as does that of
drinking liquor, und thesudden break
ing off of it is iiijudicioue. A young
girl in a neighboring town who hail
"chawed" regularly for for years
swore ofr last week, and since that
time has had regular jim-jnuis, and
has had to be set up with every night.
A young man sits up with her, how
ever, and she don't mind it so much.
A correspondent of the Beaver
Argut says: "The region round about
Chew tou, Lawrence county, Pa., is be
coming famous for its fecundity note
the following : Wife of Andrew Co'e
twins girls; wife of John Mother
land twins girls ; wife of William
Park twins girls. A lady of Slab-
town, near New Castle, has triplets
all boys and her neighbor ou the op
dosite side of the street has twins, Hex
not uscertuiued. ifeof Jerome Bona
parte Poole gave birth to twins.girls."
East Sandy Oil Field. Canning
well, No. 2, on East Sandy and Pour,
ing Rock Oil Company's tract, com
menced pumping last Wednesday, and
is yielding 25 barrels per day. Bron
son well, on same tract, is ready for
testing. andegritl & Foreman also
a'lout ready for testing.
Canning well No. 4,iji Montgomery
Oil company's tract, commenced pump
ing on last Friday, aud is yiilding 20
barrels per day. Venango Citizen.
Tho Brookville J?fferouian con
tains an accouut of the sad death of
a young Ind in a planing mill in that
place. A young sou of Mr. Hall, one
of the proprietors of the mill, about
sixteen years of age, who w as engaged
ij keeping up the tire under the boil
ers, become entangled in a portion of
the belting and was drawn around the
pullieg several times, and so severely
injured that he died that evening.
A liomicule occurred in North Ver
raillcs towuship, near Uniontown, Fay
ette county, on Saturday afternoon
last. It appears tliat a quarrel occur.
red between two farmers, named Cflssi
day mid Hour, about ulmut a division
fence, winch prcv warmer and war
mer until Cassiday dealt Hoar a severe
Mow with liu fist just under the right
ear, killing him in.-tai.tly. The mur
derer was urrestcd and is now in jail
at Uniontown. Vwver Rulifil.
Between forty and fifty students ars
at the Carrier Seminary the present
session. Tho work of completing the
new building is in progress. When
finished several hundred students can
be accommodated. It will be one of
the largest and finest school buildings
in the btate.
The body of young Edinger who
was drowned a couple of weeks ago,
at Deloe's Eddy, in the Clarion river,
was found on Thursday of last week,
a short distaee below'Taylor's hotel.
His body was sent so his late place of
rosidence in Armstrong county,
The widow of Win. T. Neill. kill
ed at the falling of the wire bridge at
Franklin last winter, will now come
in possession of 17,000, from a fourth
interest, owned by her husband in the
farm on which the one hundred barrel
well was recently struck near Reno.
Oil City Time.
W. C. McCormick, the young man
who had his leg amputated in conse
quence of being run over by the ears
nt Monreville, Ohio," on the 6th of
last February, was brought to his
home in this city on last Monday. lie
has sintered intensely, but is now re
covering very rapidly.
Ou Tuesday last the body of a
young man was discovered in the
Allegheny river, a few rods heluw the
old terry. It proves to be the body
of Oforge Gates, who was drowned at
i nompsoii s r.ooy, somij weeKS ago,
i r i i.. I
Yesterday afternoon, a boy named
Zimmerman had both legs crushed be
tween the cais or the Union and I itus
ville Railroad, at the switch on Water
street. This should be a warning to pa
rents to prohimt their children from
playing around the cars while in mo
Yesterday afternoon wbile Dr.
Moody was crossing Franklin street,
in front of the Savings Bank, he was
knocked down by a horseman who was
riding a rapid gait, and turned sharp
ly around the corner of Spring street.
The Dr. was struck in the side and up
on the knee by the animal, and though
not seriously injured is likely to be con
fined several days from the edicts of
Tlio ninny friend of KID BISHOP, nf
uu i ity, rospecllullv announce to the lle-
Eublicaii voters of Veunngo County, that
is a candidate for County Treasurer,
nnbieet to Republican usages.
Oil City, Ml. cU 10, IS71.' 1-tf.
AppIieatlouH Tor IJeciise
AT MA'Y TKRM. 1871.
Jol.n A. Troper, Hotel, TioneMa borough,
J. C. Volley. Hotel. Kagnndiis City.
Samuel W rght, Restaurant, 1'agundu
Nat linn Klinordlinger.Whi'lesalo Liouors.
John Wnodco k. Hotel, Millersburg, Har-
iin ny towhhlnp.
Daniel B ack, Hotel, TioneMa borouph.
Horace A. liunce. Hotel. 1 nink vville.
Hainionytp. J. li. ACN1W,
ULiiMrMnu'Kte hereby piven that
deceased has tiled, in th Register' Ottlco 11 8 """i0 P01""?1 nV lr all dis
inand for the County of Foio-t.at Tiottota. ease of tho liver and spleen, enlar or ol-
I'a., his filial account as K.xecutor f tlie
ty foreontirmatiim aud allowance on the
tomtit Monday ot May next, at the Court
House at Ti' tiesta, in the eouutv aforesnd.
Apr. 4, 1871. J. II. AUNKW,
In the Common Piers of Forest Cf.unty.
Char'rs Hays vs. The Ironsides Fetiolo
nni Ct nipHi-y.
And in w t -wit. Poo. 2f'th. lf-70, on mo
tion ol W. K. l.Hthy, attorney for (Sheriff,
W. P. MercilUntt anpolntod auditor to dis
tribute tho funds arising from sale of real
estatn of defendant.
Extract from the Record.
Ihe.i..1 J. II. AG NEW, Pro.
To ah trltom it may concern :
I will attend to tho duties of my appoint
ment, on Saturday, May Slith, 1871, be
tween 3 and tour o'clock' P. M at my of
fice in Tionesia, where you may attend in
person, if you see proper.
W. P. MF.RCELLIOTT,
TIC I A L 1.1 ST,
FOH FM fcHI MOM'iT IK MAY.
R. R. Roberts va Fern r A Trilt.
Tie iiihs Mowiis vs m. Slater i t al.
.1. D. Olenn vs Hickoiy Farm Oil Co.
Dav d (;ill vs James tin en el ul, adminis
trators of Jos j.h flieen !ee'd.
J. G. Pafe vs Horace Wilkins. ct al.
Danif-1 Rlack vs David Richey ft al.
G. K. M. t rawford vs li-aac N. Lacy, et al
Juntos Itryson vs W. J. hoberts.
T. H. Messoer vs Huinniason Ilros.
John (in 1 vs Matthew I). ) arris.
T. N. Fuller vs Dennett Dohhs.
(ieorge K. Thayer vs T. A. Nolan A Co.
Frederick Huhls'll for u-o vs James Green
et al, administrators of Jos. Green, dev'd.
Abial Drake C II. I'lilmun va A. J. Maze
Overseers of the Poor of Tionos'a borough
vs Oversee rsof tho Poor of Venango To.,
M. K. Porter vs Caroline Porter.
4- t. J. 11. AON KW, Proth'y.
HlLLEG H EN i VA LLE Y RA OGA 0 F
GREAT TIIROUflH ROUTIi
The Oil Regions to Pittsburgh,
THE EAST AND THE WESTI
SLEEP J SO fJAlta
On all night trains. Passengers nd bae
gago transferred at Oil City, Pkkk of
Trains make direct connection with all
Roads centering at Oil City, and leave as
Day Express leave Oil City at 2"0pm
a rii venal I'ltisuurgn wiKipm
Night Express Leave Oil City P 20 pin
Arrives at Pittsburgh tf a in
Mail Train leaves Oil City 9 05 a in
Art-ives at Pitllburgh 5 fiO p in
Day Express Leaves Pittsburgh at 7 '-'0 a in
Ai rrivesat Oil City at 2 IS p m
Night Kx press Leaves Pittsburgh 8 40 pm
A rrives at Oi Cit v 6 I.i a ill
Way Passenger leaves Pittsburgh 15 a in
Arrives at Oil City 7 85 p m
Passenirets travelling bv this Itonto will
will and testament of Jane S'aruin "! "'""V. ""v
U. lateof Harmony Township. Forest : V .'.""""' ' f"'''"V!r "eniiiom reyers.
oimtv, Pa.,M.idihat the same will be pre- , "'f"1""1"" ' ",?.,JV?r' '."'"IT''
In lliu llrnyiliVC,.)M4n(' tuI.IC. .... ,KIII l"l ruu IIIHI HI III I.HO U11MMI, OiCCKHtm.
find better accommodations and make bel
ter time than by any other road from the
Oil Regions to Pittsburgh.
i. J. LAWRENCE, Gen. Bnpt.
I f aoents WAirrm
On Wars and lly-ways in the Hidden lir
By Olfleer Me ITattem. A narrative nf
25 years experience among Itnn kltoblterm,
Counterfeiter, Thins, Pickpocket. lotte
ry Denier. Confidence Men and Swindler
of all clause of society dim-loHlng inrrk
ed inntnnem of ilinhollcal vengence and
deep laid plan of mlm-hief and outrage,
and showing tho mode y which they
wore traced out and scoundrel hrottuht to
Justice. A Inrgo volume of over 0iM imiios
50 full page engraving.
For circular anil term addre tho inl-
lisher, J. B. Burr Hyde, Hartford, (Tt.
COUGH! COUGH! COUGH!
Why will ion Cough when vou can bo
o esily released by using
r. Wrlli CnrbolicTnblofs?
Thev are a ure for Soro Throat, Cold.
7oaraenos. Catarrh and all Disee of
the Lung, Thront and lirouchinl Tube.
From the great number of TeHtimonials
a to tho ellieienoy of the invaluable mod
cine the following I selected :
47 Khpunseu Ave., Chicago III ,
January 14, Ihil.
"For tho last ton year I have Ihmmi a
great sufferer from freqnent attack of
Acute i ronrhltis, and have never found
anything to relieve me from those attacks
until I triod lr. Wells' Carbolic Tablets."
Kmkahkth T. Root.
O A TI f M "e snro that von
V M U I lUll get Wells' CrUl
le Tablets ; don't let other goods be palniod
off on vou in their place.
John Q. Kellog, 34 Piatt St., N. Y.' Solo
Airent. Sold by Druggists, Price 2." cents
a oox. 4V--K
LOTS FOR SALE!
BOROUGH OF TIONESTA.
Apply to GEO. G. SICKLES,
79, Nassau St., New York City.
REDUCTION OF PRICES
TO CONFORM TO
REDUCTION OF DUTIES
GREAT TO COHSUWERS.
BY UKTTING UP CLUBS.
FB. Rend for our new Price List and a
Club Form will nccompanv it, containing
foil d'rci-tions making a largo saving to
consumer and remunerative, club organ
The f J rent American Tea
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It contains over lot) fine engravings of
jin'iio r-oonos ana incidents In tlie War,
! and is the only Authentic aud Otlieial his
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Oh 1 1 T I f) NnfvrMr histories are being
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Tumors, Jain lice, Scr fill, Dyspepsia,
jvgnoaoii r ever or meir concomitants.
Db. Wki.iji having become aware of tho
extraordinary medicinal properties of tlie
booth American Plant, called
sent a special commission to that country
io procure u in its native purity, and Hav
ing found its wonderful curative proper
ties to evet exceed the anticipations form
ed by its great reputation, has concluded
to offer it to tlie public, and is happy to
state that ho has perfected arrigements for
a reuiiiur moiuniy supply ol this wonder
ful Plant. Ho low spent much time ex
perimenting and investigating as to the
mom omeieni preparation from it, lor pop
ular use, and lias for some time used in
his own vracticu with most happy results
the effectual medicine now presented to
the public as
Dr. WELLS' Extract of JURUBEBA
and ho confidently recommends it to every
fa uilv us a hoiisehould remndv which
should bo freely token as a lii.oon Pcm-
Kit in all deragemcnt of tho system and
to animate and fortify all weak and Lvm-
pliatio tcmporaim-not. JOHN t. KEL
LOGG, Plutt St., Now York. Hole Agent
for the United Mtatos. Price Ono Dollar
per bottlo. ISend for Circular. 50-It
A WATCH, pair of lilaokets. Quilt or
Shawl, for One Dollar, appears almost
impossible, but such may be hari,nnd hun
dreds of other useful articles, by pntroniz
ingGEO. A. PLUMMKR A CO.'S "ONE
Their system of doing business has been
examined by Wie authorities, and a Decis
ion rendered from the Internal Revenue
Dcpaitment, at Wellington, dated Nov,
4lli, 1.SU8, declaring their business perfect
ly fair and logitimato, and entirely differ
ent roin tho difl'orent gift enterprises. Of
course all do not get watches, blankets, Jie.,
for One Dollar, but in every largeclub, one
of these articles are sold tor tine lollar, Ms
hii extra inducement, and some member
nf the club has the chance of obtaining
A now feature introduced by this ent .
prising linn, is to pay their agenU in eit.
cr C4sh or merchandise, and lo prepay tin
express charges. No lieller opportunity
can be offered to either ladies or gentlemen
having leisure time, to form clubs for this
Head their advertisement in another col
umn, und send for catalogue.
FHOIOGRAITI GALLERY J
ADJOINING THE HOLMES HOUSE,
CARPENTER, ... Proprietor.
Picture taken in all the bjUt stvles of
C - g
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Tha plaot it buy every variety of tha
VERY BEST TEAS
L 0 WES T PRICES,
la at the extensive Tea Store of
H. T. CnATFEY.
whero von can always And a large assort
ment o'l the best Teas at New York price.
A larg assortment of
Groceries and Provisions,
unequalcd In quality and cheapness byany
,.o,ai ainra iti Wsrren eonntv. slwavs tn
hand. Tho people of Korost county will.
ave money by purchasing their supplies
Rest brands nt
FA MIL ? FLO VR,
delivered at any depot on the line of the F.
Store on Main St, near the Depot.
BOOT AND SH O
IF YOU WANT a perfect fit and a booX
article of Root and Shoes, of the finest
II. I ITIrCAXCd'H,
Stl CENTRE STREET, OIL CITY, PA.
NT-Sntlsf action guaranteed. 2-3S tf.
ANDREWS & CO..
DRILLI NO TOOLS, AND ALL KINDS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Vo., cVo., Acm9
jon: AKDREW. n. rilHBB.
G. W. TIFFT SONS S CO,
is, io, 8 iiohsi rowEn,
WITH OR WITHOUT
LINK AND COVERNOR.
21, 11, 12 and 10 II. 1
40, 2G, 23, aud IS II. P.,
I.BRCTT SON, IG'TS
Iteom No. 2, Cbase A Stewart's Block,
L1YU AGENTS WANTE.D FOR
WOSUSS OV SEW YORK,.
OR SOCIAL LI'B
IN THE GTfT C33Tr..
Wonderful developments amonfr tbs .
srmtocnuy. Marri, Womca exposed,
ftr., if-e,. Price ; The Ijest Book to sell
published. Tlie bot terms to airont ever
(men. Aitdre N. Y. Ronk Co., US
Nassau St., N. . ,S8t
WATCH MAKER & JEWELER,
An.d Dealer In
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND
Repairing done io a workmanlike
manner and warranted to give satit
faction. 0 .jy
100,000 Agents "Wanted for
how mm m mjke money,
l'eKlm?iv ,'rt,bo,' n the market.
kieKWmi1' 1508 t-'tt
dusi.ulls J B.-new "-"nufreturlim
Addrl l ,m,ne- N -Pital required."
Address Novb-y Co Hyut Mo
$25 A Week Salary I
linws,,!... 'nou as loeai and travol
iiKs1ie.,Ilien AdrH8s ( w,th
w AKlt,a4 Park Row, N. Y. 30-it
WHITE 0AK tor Count;,, P..
HUMMASON, ERO'S, Propr..
"piIIS hoso is now and flttod up in first
i elass stylo, and is headquarter for l
persons viMUiig ihe ure.U .ul lield of Hick'.
r'Yi, ,.U,1,bj.r..lH """"'"xi i"i the best
o ,i,,To'fi"" J l,,r"l"'tUJrs will spare n
paini to. uiako it tlie most deairablo ston.
IngpUeiuUie oil reSious. 12'"