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TUESDAY MOANING, MAY 23.
Our Platform ana Our Candidates.
The proceedings of the Republican
State Convention which met at Harris
burg on last Wednesday will be fount
in another column, and after a petusa)
thereof, our readers will conclude with
us, that the Convention did it work
The candidates are both men of the
highest respectability, sterling integri
ty, and strict honesty, standing high in
the public estimation, and deservedly
popular; besides which they are both
mcu of undoubted patriotism, having
earned their military tit'es by honora
ble service in blue coats during the late
The platform must speak fir itself.
IU clear, outspoken declaration of the
sentiments and intentions of the Re
publican party, contrast most favora
bly with the weak and cowardly docu
ment put forth by the Democrats hi
Congress, and the cevertly rebellious
platform of the Kentucky copperheads.
It has the sharp, decisive enunciations
of honesty and the warmth and fervor
of patriotic teal. It is a document
which will meet the hearty approval
of the whole party iu the State, and
should call out, as we feel it will, their
earnest labors for its endorsement by
the election of the worthy candidates
placed upon our ticket.
Republicans of Forest County ! Wi
1 3 . .
wouia thus early urge upon you to
wake up to the importance of this full's
election, and of exerting yourselves to
the utmost in the present contest. To
Pennsylvania the attention of the whole
country will be turned, and upo'j her
action this fall will iu a great measure
depend the success of our candidate
for President next year; lor our victo
ry this year insures an easy campaign
in the next. Realizing this truth, the
Democrats will leave no stone unturn
ed to carry the Stale, and we must be
similarly active, or we may lose by a
little indolence w hat it will require ex
traordinary effort to regain.
The Convention has given us candi
dates and a platform worthy of the sup
port of every upright, law-ubiding and
conscientious citizen ; now let us show
our appreciation of their efforts by a
hearty, generous, enthusiastic support,
not being content merely to elect our
candidates, but exert out selves to roll
up a majority that will show to the si ill
hopeful survivors of the rebellion, that
Pennsylvania has not lost one jot of
her loyalty, or abated in the least her
reverence for human right.
The Largest Well in
the Oil Re-
On last Saturday morning about
7 o'clock, at a depth uf three feet in
the thijd sand, an immense vein of oil
and gas 'was struck in well No. 11. on
the Prentice, Angcll & Co. property,
above roster station. . large stream
of oil was forced hiuh above the der
rick and a heavy flow of gas filled the
air and spread in every direction. 'Iht
workmen immediat ly set to work to
xmpuisn me nre in me turnace un
der the boiler, but before this could
be accomplished the gas had reached
the tire and in an instant the w hole
rig was enveloped in flame that shot
up over one hundred feet in the air.
The men barely escaped with their
lives, one or mem coming so near
death as to have the hinder part of his
lothing burned olf as be he ran from
the burning well. At intervals of
about fifteen minutes tho well would
discharge largo quantities of oil and
pas, the force of the gas throwing the
burning on over one hundred leet in
the air. A hiiih wind prevailed clur
iug the forenoon, but fortunately blew
in a direction to carry the burning vol
ume of oil and gas away from a thou
sand barrel tauk tilled, w hich stoi d
lew rods from the well. At about three
. clock in the afternoon, under the su
perintendence of Mr. F. Prentice, the
workmen succeeded in extinguishing
the fire by connecting with the cusing
in the well a piece of casing bent into
an elbow which conveyed the oil awa
from the fire. A tank was immediate
ly placed in position and the flowing
oil turned into it. The tools still re
in tin in the well, but tho yields at
least 300 burrels of oil u day. this is
the largest produc ing well in the re-
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gion, ana make f oster the champion
district, the well is siiuuied ou u di
rect lii line of tho surveyed t il belt
upon which Meters. Prentice, Angell
A Co., have been sc suceessfully op' ra
ting for a long time, und il, with the
other strikes, proves conclusively t lie
reliability of the belt theory.
Another well, situated some twenty
rods north of the flowing one, com- j
menced pumping on Monday, and is
doing about fifty barrels. Several oth-j
ers are in progress and will probably
be heard from soon. j
We look for operations during ihis
summer upon this belt, iu districts (
that have heretofore
have heretofore been euicle.-tdv i
bored over, but which, iu the hands id
energetic and shrewd operators will
prove the most extensive and produe-
live vet ilifcoverert unco the taiuv
days of l'i;ho!y. Venango Sjiu-talnr.
TT. R, DUNN
THE STATE CONVENTION I
i:Vi:il YTH I (J LOTKLT ! !
One Ballot did the Business ,
Tho Convention met at 12 o'clock
on May 17th, and was called to order
by Mahlon It. Dickinson, Ksq., Chair
man of the State Central Committe,
and a temporary organization clfected,
after which the Convention adjourned
until half past two o'elork. At the
permanent organization in the after
noon, lion. Wm. Elliott vas chosen
Chairman. A. resolution that the Con
vention shall elect a Chairman of the
State Central Committee was referred
to the Committoe on Resolutions.
On motion of Mr. Quay, the Con
vention proceeded to nominate candi
date for Auditor General. Col. A S.
Wallace, of South Carolina, was in
troduced by Mr. Cessua, and mad a
patriotic speech. The following uomi
uations were made : Col. David Stau
ton, of Beaver; Col. Francis C. Hoot
en, of Chester; Gen Harrison Allen,
of Warren. A ballot resulted in Stan
ton ninety-five, Hooten, sixteen, Alien
twenty-two. Dr. Stanton's nomina
tion was made unanimous amid ap
plause. Col. Robert B. Death, of Schuylkill,
and Samuel L. Smedley, of Philadel
phia, were uomiuated lor Surveyor
General Gen. Wilson, of Center, and
Col. Campbell, of Caiubujia, were also
nominated, but declined. Ballot
Beath eighty seveu.Suied Icy forty. The
nomination of Col. Beuth was made
unanimous amid loud applause. Dr.
Stanton and Col. Beath were waited
ou by a committee, informed of theii
nomination, and conducted to the Con
vention, were they were received with
prolonged applause. Dr. Stanton
muueu speech, which was exceedingly
well received. He was followed by
Col. JUetllh, who Saul he was rtady Cor
work: All he wanted was a good
platform, su he could carry the old
banner under which he fought to vic
tory. I lie speech was vucifenously
Mr. Errett, from the Committee on
Resolutions, repotted the following:
The Republicans of Pennsylvania,
assembled tn Convention. neoitire:
First, We demand of the Legislature
the immediate passage of an act call
ing a Slate Convention, for the pur
pose, among other things, of abolish
ing and prohibiting special legislation
applause; securing the election ot
all State oihVers by the people ap-
plausej; establiclung a judiciary sys
tem wtiich will make justice prompt
and sure, and providing for the puss-
age ol general laws that shall so en
courage industrial enterprise that
Pennsylvania will be eutitled to take
her just place iu the front rank of all
Second, Wo demand of Congress
that the credit of the nation be faith
fully maintained, home industry en
couraged and protected, and sonde
quale civil service system established
lor regulating appointments to office;
taxes reduced to the lowest jiosible
limits consistent with the steady bill
not too rapid extinction of the nation
al debt; the honor ot the Republic
sustained at home tin -I hlinuri. thn
rights of every man ' protected in all
States, and every man em it led thereto
secured in the polling of one vote and
no more at each election. Loud ap
plause. Third, They declare iheir unuttera
ble attachment to the principle of pro
tection to home, industry iu the levy
ing of turiii' diilies in iiecordiace with
the wise policy which lias existed since
the formation of the Uovt-r..meiit.
Fourth, They tumim ml the policy
of retrenchment und a wholesale en
forcement, of the laws, which bus pre
vailed since General Grant mus elect
ed to the Presidency, wild which has
re-ulted,iu the first two years of his ad
ministration, iu reducing the national
debt over two hundred ini'lions, and
curtailing taxes to the extent ot eighty
millions annually. They also com
mend the similar policy which bus
prevailed under Republican rule iu
lVnunylviiniii, resulting iu the laving
ff of the war debt T three Hiid a half
millions, reducing the State debt from
forty to thirty million-, and in abolish
ing the State tax on reul estate. It is
to the fact that both tho Slate und ra
tion have been in Republican hands
that we owe the uccoinptirdiiuent of
such gratifying results ; to the contin
uance of that party in power the peo
ple must nlouo look for tho continu
unce of this policy. The return of the
' r-v . . . ' ..
Dciiuk ruts to power, either in the
State or nation, mud inevitably be at
tended wiili tiiu return of extravagance
in cxpi'mlitur -h, to the impoverishing
of the State niul luitioiial credit, und
the abandonment of that protection to
I ice labor under which our industry
has thriven mid the people have, been
Fifth, 'lhat in the judgment of this
Convention the tune has now come j
when the Stale tax on personal estate!
may be safely abolished, and other tax-
es imposed bv State laws may be pro-.
dently reduced wiibout injuring the
credit of the Commonwealth.
Sixth, That as an indication of what
iho people tuny fear frum t le return
of t lie leinociutie party to power, we
point to the ciiin't nl v.nMccf the time
ami mnnrv ol Ihe people bv the pros-
. eut IX-mocratio lnitjtity iu tho State
Senate. Applause. The Legislature
has now been nearly five months in
session, and is not nearly through iu
legitimate business, owing to the ob
structive policy of this majority. All
this time scarcely a measure of public
interest 1ms been perfected, and the
time hos been wasted in their efforts to
force on the State an unjust apportion
ment, and break down the registry law
against illegal voting, that they might
thereby pave the way to their" return
to power through violence and fraud.
Oeirnth, We commend to the sup
port of the people of the State the can
didates this day nominated for State
officers. They are honest, capablo,
and faithful to the. Constitution, and
in every wny worthy of public confi
dence. We ask their election as an in
dorsement of the State and national
administrations, and as an approval of
the time-honored principles ot the Re
publican party, which we reaffirm in
their nomination, and as a fitting re
buke to tho Democratic, party for its
destructive national policy; foi its ad
herence to the side of violence and
wrong in the South, and for the spirit
it betrayed in the Senate of this State
this winter, where it has made every
thing bend to the promotion of par
tisan interest, defeated tho holding of
a State convention to amend the con
stitution, wasted the public time in
childish trifling, and entailed upon the
State a huge hill of expense for a ses
sion prolonged beyond endurance, and
winch has prevented the aeenmplisb-
ment of any public good. Appluu.se.
Eighth, That our own confidence in
the firmness, wisdom and integrity of
our present worthy Governor. John
W. Geary, remains unshaken, and that
we believe h i qualifications for the
office he now holds are unquesttonable,
as clearly proved by the mauaer in
which he has bi ought the State in safe
ty through every storm. Applause.
Ninth, That the administration id'
President Grant meets the full ap
proval of the Republican party of
1 cniisylvauui. liquid applause. His
financial policy, by which the national
debt is being steadily reduced, the re
duction in the expenditures of the
Uoverumelit, the honest collection of
the revenue, his fidelity to the princi
ple of human rights, through which
theliherty of all isto be secured in eve.iy
pari of ihe lund, his lovaltv to the
People iu buviug no policy to enforce
ngaiusl their will, ami the spotless in
tegritv of his administration, commend
him to the continued confidence of the
American people. Applause.
Pending the adoption of the resolu.
nous, ouuge onauuou proposed an
amendment to the ninth resolution
He said that this resolution made pat
ent in brief historical facts indicative
of the noble character of that great
and noble specimen oi an American
ueuerai uraui. iiiuinusiastic ttp
pluuse. He proposed this amendment:
"And poiut to him as the honored lead
er ot our party now, and the proper
standard-bearer of the Republican
party iu 1872
The amendment was opposed'by sev
eral members, aud warmly supported
by othtrs. The amendment, was adopt
ed almost unanimously, aud the report
as amended adopted.
Fire. On Friday night, of last
week, bettveeu 10 and 11 o'clock,
house beLrgn g to Mr. John Buyer,
in me .eastern euu ot our 15orouih
was entirely destroytd. by fire. There
was an insuran eon the house, but as
lo the amount we did not learii. The
fire is supposed to have been the work
ot au ineediary. St. Marys Gazette,
Mr. Curver, doing the honors of the
table, said lo one oi his miosis, a fash
ouably dressed kirl of the period, -l
see that you have plenty of lirenM
Miss, but do have a little more drcs-
TyoriC'K. Whereas letters te tame ntiiry
1' to the estate of II. F. A. Sting e, late
of Kinsley Township, doe'd, have been
granted to the subscr.lier. all ieiorn in-
debted to said estateare rcqticHlcd to make
immediate iiayment. and Ilioso lmvinu
chums or denianda agi inst the estate of
said decedent, win make known and ore
sent toe -ante without delay, duly autheu
FltliJJCK. J.F.DUtOUK, F.xocutor,
8-tit Kingslcy 'lowimhlp
TVJ OTIC F. Is hereby given that the prt-
x nersiup nueiv uosiHimg ociween
Watts U. Lloyd and .latnea A. Lewis
I'ifinaulo I'll iinilnn ilwi ti -1 1 1 nf I
IWIH .-IB, l( IIIIUCI tllC til in VI lUOtll I
l.ewiit, expntxi on the lKtfi daf oi Mav
1 iu l a 11 .1. . v ii.,.
a. j. joi i, iiituta UWII1H tuo b
partnornhip nre to be received bv WutU
Lloyd mid all demand on the tmid part
norhip are to be nreHwited t Jdni fornay
mont U'a'r'I'U II 1 KtVh
8 Ht JAMKS A. LfcAVIS,
$288 in 16 DAYS
Made by one Agent. Do you want a situa
tion us salesman at or near home to nuike
t!i to $M per day, selling our new 7 strand
While W ire Clothes Line to last for ever.
Sample free. Address Hudson River Wire
works, 130 Maiden Lane, eor. Wuter KU,
N. Y., or Hi Dearborn St. Chicago. 7-4t.
"GREAT FOUTUNKS" grows stead
ily in public favor. It iu Till-: Rook for the
day, and sells readily despite hard times.
Seventh edition now ready. A recent
audit's report is 60 orders in one day. Prof.
Jno. T. Iteed suys of it "I knowof no book
save the bible, lhat I can recommend so
earnestly und eonscieneloiiHly to all class
es." Prospectuses of this lsiok. a'so of the
ever popular "Physical Life of Woman,"
and the "latest, best aud cheapest" Ilius
traded Family Piblcs I KKE to all who :
meiin work. I
M I'll K. Successful agents will rocuivo ,
first choice of territory on Rev, Henry
aid lleecher's coining great work, "Lite
ot Je-Us. tn hnn. rite ut once to
ot'o irtri i,,i.iiwi...v
j. 7-i Tli) iiwt.T M.philndclphia.
F.10WER & REAPER,
Improved for (87t.
Thin Machine las never competed at
any National or SUto Fair, or itrct trial,
without having rotcivoil tho Firut I'reml.
um, mid has been (warded a srtwtiT nuiu
lor of Medals than any other machine now
before the public,
FOR SALE BY
D. S. KNOX,
6-3m. Tiouesto, To.
WitHWRA. The Honorable JiuuesCainp
hell, Vrosidotit .ludco of tho Court of Com
mon neas and Quiutor Sessions in mid ftir
ho county of Kormt, has npd bin r-
ept Ax hoi. Urn; n Court of t'omwoB l'lrns
aim Huarter sessions, vt, at 1 lonesto, lor
the County of Forest, to commence on the
fourth Mondnv or sinv next, tieingtiie
'l d daw ot May. 1M71. Notice is therefore
given lo tho CoVcmer, Justices of the Fence
ana Coiistahles ot said county, that tnoy tie
then and there In their proper persons at
ten o'clock, A. M. ol said day, witli their
records, itiiiuisitions, examinations and
other remembrances, to do those things
which to their olftoos appertain to bo done,
and to those, who are lund in recognizance
to orosfcoU uinuust tho prisoners that nre
or hliull he in the jail of torest County, that
they bo then and there to prosecute aTiot
them shall bo just. Mlven uudor niy
hand and seal this loth day of Apr., A. l).
1MI. - K. I.. iA is, Kirn.
App sisorg' List.
l.IKT OF DKALKIW IN FOREST, FOR TUE
S. II. Haslet.
J. J. Fisher
Proper t Koi-k
I. HilUronner A Co.
Lloyd . Ijcwis
I). S. Knox Co.
Agnew A SSiugin
Superior Luiulicr Co.
J. J. Knngo
J. J. McCasliii
T. 11 an ratty
Colloiu, banders iC Co.
C. U. Foster
Ne.Ht.el ol Peterson
Austin tslater 14
II. A II. II. Stowe 14
T. 1. Coiiins 13
T. J. lluwiuan 13
Kiny lrii Touniihip.
Wheeler A Lusenhury , 13
John Ahlstrand 14
Superior Lumber Co. 13
T. B. Cobb 13
O. P. Alsbach. , 13
G. J. Frazier 13
Appeals will be held in the Treasuror'a
ollice in Tiouesta, l orent County, ou Uie
fourth Monday of Mav, 1871.
. . Mercantile Appraisor.
It is s sure and jwrfeet remedy for all dis
eases of the liver and spleen, enlar or ob
struction of Intest nes, Urinary, Uterine,
or AlHlominal (irgsns, poverty or a want
of blood. Intermittent or Item itent Fevers.
Inflammation of tho Liver, Dropsy, Hlug
rish rirculut'nn of the blood, Abscesses,
Tumors, .lainlice, pier ful, Dyspepsia,
Ague and Fever or their concomitants.
Dn. Wei.i.8 having become aware of the
extraordinary medicinal properties of the
South American Plant, culled
sent a special commission to that country
to procure it in its native purity, and hav
ing found its wonderful curative proper
ties to ever exceed the anticipations form
ed by iu great ropututioii, has csncluded
to offer it to tho public, and is happy to
state that ho has perfected arrigeiucnts for
a regular monthly supply of this wonder
ful Plant. Ho ha spuut much. time ex
perimenting and investigating as to the
Host ellicient preparation from it, for pop
ular use, and lias lor some tiuie used in
his ow n vraotice with most happy results
the elt'ectual medicine, now presented to
the public as
Dr. WELLS' Extract of JURUBEBA
and he confidently recommends it to every
lauiily us a househould remedy which
should be freely taken us a Hlooo i'l ki
KB in ail derageuient of the svstnin and
to animate and fortify all weak and Lym
phatic, temperaments. JOHN t. KKL
l.oiilt, plan. St., New York. Sole Agent
lor the United State. Price One Dollar
per bottle. Send for Circular. 60-4t
COUGH! COUGH! COUGH!
W hy will j ou Cough when you cau be
so easily released by using
lr. H oils' Curbolic Tablet?
They are a u-e for Sore Throat, Cold,
Jourdenuss, Catarrh and all Diseases of
tho Lungs, Throat and Bronchial Tubes,
From tho great number of Testimonials
as to the c Dicicucy of the invaluable mod
cino the follow iug is selected :
47 Wuhpansch Ave., Chicago 111 ,
January 14, 1K71.
"For the last ten jvars I have been a
great sulleier from frequent attacks of
Acme I'ronchitis, and have never found
unvthing to rclievs me from these attacKs
until 1 tried Dr. Wells' Carbolic Tablets."
1.I1ZA 111:111 T. Root.
PAIITIAD ,ip Bl"' that you
WAU I IKJll pet Weils' Carbol
ic Tablets; don tletoliiergooils be palmed
oil 1111 von iu th.-ir pi. e.
Johii Q. K el loir, 31 Piatt St., N. Y.' Sole
A 'rent. Sold by Di u j .psts, price 25 cents
a bt x. 411-lt
BY VIim'K of sundry writs of Fieri
Facias, Venditioni Kxpomta mt Atlas
! ierl bacins issued out ol tho Court of I
Common rieas ol l'ornst County, nnd to
mo directed, thtro will lie exposed to side I
by public vendue or onlory at the Court I
llouso in the itnrougn ol l tones' a, on
MONDAY, MAY 2d, 1871,
at 2 o'clock, P. M., tho following described
real estate, to wits
N. F. McCalmont vs. G. S. Long, II.
Wathov and KU Walton, fl. fa. No. 8tf May
Term 171. - Also, S. V. MeCaliiHint vs. J.
S. Ixing and II. Wathey. M. fn. No S3 May
Term, 1K71--Osborn. All that certain tract
ol land situate In tho township of Hickory,
county of Forest, bounded and described
as follows! lWinning at a post- thence by
hinds formerly ownod by .lames AKsrn,
Wm. Hunter and others north forty-five
degrees east live hundred and sixty porch
es to a white oak. thein'O hv land tormorlv
owned by Joseph (Ireen south forty-ttvel
degrees oast three hundred and seventy
live porches to a nino slunio. thence bv
land now or formerly of II. Mtowo south
foriy Hvedeurees wpst live humlrml and
sixty percho to a yellow pine, thenoo bv
land formerly owned by 11.. 6towe on'd
others n.irth forty-live degrees west three
hundrod and twenty M?rehes to the place
of beginning, containing eleven hui.drod
acres more or less, aud being tract num-
twrea nvo thousand two hnndred and
three liwotil nnimnroved. Taken in exe-
eutiMi aud to bo sold as tho nronertv of H.
wainey, uotiruo L.on ami tu Walton, at
me sou oi s. i . .nee ninioni,
J. K feOnlro nso W. C. .Tamleson vs. A.
A. Copoland, ven.ox. No. 8, Mav T. HT1.
Nicholson and lllnuknion vs A. A. Coie
land, al. II. fa. No. !i , May T. 1S71. All
defendant's righr, title. Interest and claim,
of In and to cerutin tract or piece of land
situate in Harmon v towushiu. Forest I
county, Fa., bounded and described as fol
lows, to wit: Commencing at white oak
sapling on the Tionostn llond, south aide.
theiw-o north three doirrees eaat twenty
perchi to a post and stone in field, thence I
souin lorry-sovon uogrocs east sixioeu
perches to ajaok oak sapling, thonoe north
inree oegnn's cost one luimlreil aud ninety-
six iverchcs to a corner, thence westorlv
eighty-eight perches to a corner, thence
Bouth three degrees west one hundred and
twenty-four perches to the said Tlonests
Koad, I hence by said Tiouesta Uoal tw en
ty-live perches to tho vluee of beirinnlug.
iKUindcil on the south by said rond and
land of F- L. lmvis.ou llie east by land of I
r... L. intvis atut uouey tract, on the norm
hv llllld of oil on., nn hn wpNt v liin.l nf A. I
Handy, eontaiaJng eighty-two acres, more
or ham, with on frame houso and one
frame barn theveon erected, aud alxuit to
acres improved, laken lu cxeeutioji and
to 1 sold as the property of A. A. Cope-
laud at Ijbe suits oi J. K. Mctiuiro. uso W.
C .luiuteson, ami Nicholson it liluckinon.
April k;t), 1S71. E. L. 1AVIS, Sh'ff.
AiIirstioiis for Urcnse
AT MAT! TKRM, 1871.
John A. Proper, Hotel, Tiouesta borough.
J. roiiev, J-tmcl, l agunous city.
Samuel W right, ltestauiaut, l agundus I
Nathan Kllnordlingor.Wholesalo Liquors,
i lonesia noroiign.
John Wixnlcoek, Hotel, Mitlcrsburg, llar-
Panicl Black. Hotel. Tionesta borouch.
Horace A. Itunce, Hotel, Trimkeyville,
iisiuiony ii). j.ii. AUJiW,
FOIt FOI l.TII MONDAY IS MAT.
R. It. Roberts vs Farrer Trift.
ThomoH Mowris vs Wm. Water ot at.
J. I. tilonn vs Hickory Farm Oil Co.
Invid Uill vs Jnmes Ureon et al, adminis
trators ot .losepii ureen dec d.
.1. . Pale vs Horace Willdns, et al.
tu.l..l ttlu..lr ..U l),...i.l 111. At .1
13 ' O. K. M. Cr-iwford vs Isaac N. Lacy, ot ol
1. . .. . ... .... . '
James Hrvson vs W. J. Roberts.
T. S. Mossner vs Huiiimusou Pros.
John o 1 vs Matlhow It. Farris.
T. N. Fuller vs Bennett Doblis.
Oeorge K. Thayer vs T. A. Nolan Co.
Frederick Hitblsll for ue vs James Green
et al, administrators of Jos. Grocn. deo'd.
Abial Drake if- II. Uhlman vs A. J. Maze.
Overseers of the Poor of Tiouesta borough
vs overseers ot tuo roorot Venango Tp,,
wilier v o.
M. K. Porter vs Caroline Porter.
4-. J. U. AONEW.Proth'y.
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feats as a Magician and Ventriloquist.
Sold only hv subscription. Liberal tsrms
to good Agents. Address, liuflleld Ash-
mend, 711 Sanson! St., Phila. 6-It
AGENTS WANTK.n EVF.RYWHERK.
Human Life Prolonged.
Or 5000 facts for Phisieal Kqistenoe. By
A. 11. Piatt, M. D. An entirely new work
of tho utmost value ts all. It is not a "Doc
tor Hook, its object being to promote I
Ion life, without the usage of drugs or I
niedicones. Agents will lind it one of the I
nmxtdttsirable works in the Held. For ex
tra terms and full particulars, address I
Quoaer City Pub. House, 217 219 Quince
61., ruiia. o-H
DEAFNESS. Catarrh Scrofula. A lady
who had snlfered for years from Deaf
ness, Catarrh and Scrofula, was cured by
a simple remedy. Her sympathy and
gratitude prompts her to send the receipts
tree of charge to any one similarly artlict- I
ed. Address Mrs. M. C. Lvggeit, Joist I
City, N.J. 6-Jt
I r freak lc
, fcM St Bnnt.1,
4 Ufilmh I'UriSERt.
IS A I'VHK
with the Green Tea Flavor
Warranted to suit all
tastes. For sale every
where. For sale wholo-
oniy by the Groat Atlantic
and Poeiflo To Co., 8 Chtitch St. New
York-. P. O. Box 56oii. Seud for Thea-
Nectar circular. 3M 4t
On V ays and Hy-ways iu tho Hidden lifu
By Ollieer Mc Halters. A narrativo of
2.5 years experieneeumonu; Ban k Robbers,
Coiintcrleiters ,'t lues, Fickpoekets, Lotte
ry Dealers. Confidence Men and Swindlers
of all classes of society disclosing mrrk-
ed instances of diabolical vengeueo and
deep laid plans of mischief and outrage,
and sl.owiiiK the modes by which they I
were traced out and scoundrels brought to
Justice. A largo volume ol over UJ pages
30 lull jnige engravings.
For circular und terms address tho pub
lishers, J, B. Burr t' Hyde, Hartford, Ct.
Tle Republican Office
TEKPS (Kinstnntlv on hand a laree
IV sortinont of Blank Deeds, Mortgages,
Siibpii-nas. Warrants, Suoimoi.s. Ac. to I
bo sold i"l;rp fr eesh.
m m AGENTS 9 WANTED
s s a
s w 5
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rt P o
11 C3 1
VC g u
TIE A STORE!
Ths r'o u uuy '""T variety ef Mi
VERY BEST TEAS
L 0 WEST PJUCES,
U at the xtonilv Tea BUiTm m '
n. t. ciiArrEY.
nient of the lest Teas at Nsw York prleM.
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Groceries and Proiislons.
uneciusle1 In nnnlityand cheapness bvsnv
other alore in Warren eounlvs always oa
hand. The people or forest county will
save money by purohaslog their supplies
at this pUiV.
Best brands ot
FA MIL 7 FLO VM.
delivered at any depot on lh UneofUe K.
Store on Main St. near the Depot,
BOOT AHD SH O
VP YOU WANT perfect IU n
I article of Boots and 8hoe, of the towt
workmanship, go to
11. i nvVAUvvrn,
89 CF.NTUK KTHF.KT, Oil. CITY, PA.
WSatlsfatjtlnn irusrsntecd. 2-U tf.
ANDREWS & CO.,
DRILLING TOOLS, AND ALL KIXI
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Ac, AcM l'c,
jortn Annxws. m. Piaasoi
G. W. TIFFT SONS I Ct.
12, 10, 8 IIOEt.SE 10 ITER,
WITH Oil WITHOUT .
UHK AN COVERNOR.
21, 11, ll'J and 10 II. r.
40, 20, 22, and IS U. I.,
K. BRETT SOJI, IC'TS
Room No. 2, Chose 4 Btswart'sBleek,
89-8n TITUSVILLB, PA.
H. i. I, A It It,
WATCH MAKER & JEWELER,
Arid Dealer in
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND
Repairing doue in a workmanlik.
manner and warranted to give satis
VENTURE HOT L7
ADJOIN NJ THK BBPOT,
WHITE OAK, Forest County, Pm.
, HUMMASON, BRO'S, Proprs.
THIS houiw i new and fitted, up in flrst
chisH Htylo, and U head()uartra lor all
persuns vimiting the Krealoil held of Hick
ory. The bar la l'uriuliil with tl. v,.i
of liquors. The proprietors will aiiare tin
pains to make it the moA desirable atop,
ping place iu the oil regions. li-ly.
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY I
ADJOINING THE HOLMES IIOUSK,
M. CARPENTER, . . . Proprietor.
ricturcstakonin alltho latest tyl f
the art. 2S-tf
Free to Book Agents.
We will send o handHome l'ro'peetm pf
our A'tiu JUuMratruUU 'axuVv 7ii' con
taining over 200 tine acri)ture lllti.ilra
tratioiisto any Jlck Aeent froo of char
Addre.-s National ruiUiahina ("o. l'hi! 1'
delphia, l'a. 0
ituf 'T l 1
t will jr