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She Revest gcpuMiran.
TUESDAY MOINING, JUNE 6-
TlnriffMTl. It. May.
Ihiineilmen Jacob Shrlver, J. R. Stroup,
W. W, Dlmond. S. H, Haslet, J. Winans.
.ruKtif-noflhn VcaeeW. P. MeroilJlolt,
I. S. Knnx.
I inxtnhle-J. yt. Toltsworth..
S'osnnV Directors J. Winans, J. A. T)nlo,
J. A. Propor, Jacob Shrlver, 1). S. Knox,
hi. D. irwIn.
FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS.
Prmttinnt Juttra JAMF.H CAMPBRl.t,.
Ah.viciiIh Juiiyen J. A. Fkopf.h, Aw
Khrrltr-rVi. L, Davis.
: Jhnhiet A UnrnrjiW. W. MASOn.
Trenmirm S. Sktt,i:y.
1'nitlinnotnrt, lleijister it Recorder, tt-c.
J. H. Aiinkwi
( imimimifn-NP. WiiKEt.F.n, Bus.
El.t.lOTT, I'KTKlf MlHU'IM.IOTT.
Oomfi Superintendent S. F. HonnKR.
iuri C(mmi.iioui' Jas, UlL.PILI.IA!,
W.M. PATTHRNOSr. "
(hunty iS'itrrcynr S. D. Inwtlf.
(Kroner Josiah Wirf AN.
. fount u Avihtorl,. L. llACKKTT, Km
iloi.liM an, Wm. Ci.akk.
' -Menthcrof Cunprcan 19fA District O. V.
a'.'hV .Scnaff W. A. Wallack.
AsHcwtily John O. II ail.
O. C A A. P. R. TIMETABLE,
10.D4 a. ni.
li.M p, in.
6.40 p. in,
8.20 p. in.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
' Asnalco was killed by Mr. Sloan,
. at President, on Thursday last, which
measured six feet in its shoes.
Ci. W. Sawyer is fitting up Law
rence's old stand for N. Klinordlinger,
who is to ii'o it as a wholesale 'liquor
; unc ot our srnooi lencuers is re
ported sick, and consequently the
work for the preseut all falls upou
Wo accidentally omitted a notice
' of. the (loath of a daughter of J. II.
Weiitworth, of Hickory tp., last week.
It wili'.Le found iu another column.
P. O. Convcr has commenced
keying house, after a long delay, on
,a?ruuat ol getting Ins building re
modeled for a dwellinir house.
' Capt, Knox is raising his front
yard wjtli dirt taken from his cellar.
'ins uisc maue several uuprove
meats ou his grounds this year.
" Strawberries and cucumbers, in
email quantities have niado their ap
pearand iu our placo at last They
have much the samo flavor as they
had last year.
J. Grove hns purchased a large
number of railroad tics, which were
taken out by Roberts, Hays & Co.,
last winter, and will run them down
tha river tho first rise.
Our folks are bathing in the river
in town, after niirht bus spread her
matitle o'er the earth. They conduct
these exercises very decently, and no
fault is found with the bathers.
Mrs. Siverley, her daughter, Mrs,
Gardner and Mrs. Walter Siverley
made our town a visit last week, which
was tho occasion of many tea parties,
We believe they all formerly livei
A dance took place at the Venan
go Co. Poor Houso under the auspices
of John Hillings, on Thursday eight
of lust work. We understand from
some of our folks, who were there, that
it was a pleasant affair.
J. Nelson Teitsworth tells us that
ho has purchased three thirty-seconds
of'tho well on the Sowers place, and
expects to rcalizo a fortune therefrom.
Wc believe the well is doing nothing
Mr. Frew who has put down a
well at the top of the hill in the rear
of the Station, intends to put the well
down to the depth of 1200 li'et, and
thus thoroughly test that particular
Wo hear it stated that the
Tionesta IIouso of this placo has
changed hands, Mr. M. Ittlo taking
possession of it. J. A. Proper, we bo
lieve, is to remove soon to tho resi
dence now occupied by A. li. Kelly.
Capt. Robt. Duncan, of Venango
,f'ity called upon us recently, and in
formed us that he intended to put
down co mo wolls on the tract between
Kiriew aud Lacytown. lie appears to
havo failfii that ho will find oil there,
uud wa hope he will.
A rattlceiiake having eleven rat
tles on tho extreme hind end of his
(ail was killed oi Holemau's islnud a
low days ago. We have hoard several
other suake stories, but hesitated uhout
publishing them, becuuie the snakes
uud the stories were .mo-it too large.
A wrestling mato'i has been ar
ranged between J. 11. McLaughlin, of
litusville, nud K. L. Dorrauce, of
Chicago, fur 1,000 a side and the
championship of America. The match
is to come oil- at Tif'v.illo within ton
Mas. Perry, wife of Rev. Terry,
of Cambridgo boro', Crawford county,
and Mrs. McClatehie, of Mill Village,
Erie county, sister of Jno. A. and J.
O. Dale, are in town on a visit.
An Italian boy from the Emerald
Isle mode his appearance in town on
Saturday last, with a fiddle from which
he produced some heart-rending
sounds. Somebody please send us
around a first-class hand-organ.
Otho Winner, son of Dr. Winner,
informs us that the well on which be
is working, on Jamison Run, is down
to the third sand, striking it at about
3C0 feet. It will be tested this week,
and we will keep our readers posted
in regard to it.
We understand that Henry Matio
and Lizzie Ikenburg were united in
wedlock on Sunday last on Dutch
Hill. We also hear of another wed
ding on the same day, up about there,
but can get no names. The notices
were not gives us for publication, so
we have to quote from hearsay;
Grading and fencing arc going on
at tho olJ M. E. Church yard, and
hereafter tho city of the dead may not
be tho feeding place of our town
bo vines. It is proposed, we believe to
put an iron fence in front, and when
finished it will improve tho looks of
the church property.
The Clarion Dcmorrat comes to us
enlarged to an eight-column paper,
printed on a new Campbell Power
Press, which the proprietor has just
put in. The paper looks well and no
doubt will receive enough additional
support to make this a paying invest
A. II. Stcelo has moved his barn
up tho hill a picco, built new side
walks all around his house, put up a
neat coal and wood house, planted
trees, graded his lot, built some new
fence, marked out a lane fro.m the
street to his barn, and made several
other needed improvements lately.
Jno. R. Lowther, of the firm of
Ferd, Burndollor & Co., of Pueblo
Colorado Ter., called on us last week
Tho firm takes tho Forest Republican,
and gets it regularly. Tho firm deals
in real estate and cattle, and appears
to be doing a good business. Mr,
Lowther promised to send us a cor
respondence from Pueblo, which, when
published, will be read with interest
by our subscribers.
f. 13. Cobb, Esq., met with a
painful though not serious accident-on
Friday evening of last week. He was
coming to town from the Coon creek
mill, in a light buggy with his small
team on a smart trot, when one of the
fore wheels struck a stu-np, aud threw
Mr. Cobb out and he struck his fore
1 1 1 r , ii
ncuu u U stone, lie uas black eye.
a peeled forehead, and stiff neck, but
will soon he all right again. The
horses being gentle, stopped as soon as
tho accident occurred, else serious
daiuago might have resulted.
The Messrs. Cobb have just finish
ed a ne'V steam mill about a mile and
a half up Coon Creek, from their other
mill, which was set running last week
They havb also made arrangements to
lease two mills ou Hemlock Creek,
above President. The3e mills, with
the oue on Tom's Run, Clarion coun
ty, make five large saw mills they are
running. They wiM employ during
the summer months about 175 men on
an average, and in the w inter an iu
definite number. They are the most
extensive lumbermen in this region,
and deserve to bo rich men if cnorgy
and niaungeiiieut will do it.
4 l -r. .
mou namcu isrowu, who was
working on a well on the Fair Farm,
had his leg broken above the ankle,
on Saturday last. It was caught in
the bull wheel, and a compound
iracturo was tho result. A piece of
the bone protruded through the flesh
two inches, and tho flesh had to be cut
about au inch and a half to cnablo it
tq go back to its position. The small
bone was broken iu three places. The
fracture was reduced by Dr. Winans,
of this place, v. ho seems to fuel un
easy for tho safety of tho unfortunate
man. Ho culls there to-dav, (Monday)
aud will report his condition to us,
and perhaps we may be able to inform
our readers what his chances are for
State Sunday School Conven
tion. The Seventh Annual Conven
tion of the Pennsylvania State Sab-
beth Schocl Association will bo held
at Alleiitowu. Peuu'a. on Tuesday.
Weduesday aud Thursday, the 13th,
14th and loth, of June. All the earn
est Sunday school w orkers of the Key
stone State are cordially invited to be
present. Each evangelical school is
requested to fund two or more dele
gates. Ihoso who proposo to attend
should notify A.J. Breinig, Allentown,
Pa., who is Chairinun of Local Com
mittee of Arrangements, on or before
the 7tli of Juue, so that entertainment
may he secured, and orders for excur
sion tickti 'prod red and .forwarded. -
Roat-building at Oldtown, aud
Blue Narrows seems to bo tho liveliest
business in this section. About twen
ty-five hands aro employed and the
boats aro being turned ofr rapidly.
The dimensions of these boats are
100x20 feet. Tho were first know
about here as "French-Cretkers,"lrom
the fact that the first boats of that pat
tern, although of much smaller size,
were built on Freneh Creek; after
wards tluy were known'as "mineral
boats" because they were used in tho
transportation of iron down the river ;
since the shutting down of the furnaces
along tho river, they aro called "coal
boats," and aro used for the purpose
of boating coal down tho Ohio from
Pittsburg. Those built on the Tioncs
ta Creek always command good prices.
To the Public.
Tionesta, Ta., June 0, 1871.
I have disposed of my entire stock
and business to Messrs. Sloan & Van
gescn, and tho business will now he
carried on under the supervision of T.
J. Vangesen who is in every particu
lar worthy of your respect and patron
age. Thanking you for your kindness
aud support since I came among you
I leave with tho best wishes for all.
W. W. Dimond.
. Notice. .
Having sold out my business, and
being about to leave the place, I re
spectfully request all indebted to me
to call and settle at once, and oblige.
W. W. Dimond.
50,000 lbs Wool Wanted,
At Hilbronncr & Co.'s, for which the
highest price in goods or cash will be
paid. They havo just received the
agency for an Eastern House, and
want all tho wool they can possibly
get. Take your wool there and get
M. P. 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 "square." Give him a call. His
establishment is on the corner of Wa
ter and Chestnut Sts., in Cullum block
Fon J; ale. The house and lands
known as the "Christie Property," lo
cated at Irviuton, Warren County Pa.,
aro for sale. Terms cash or approved
security. Apply to
John A. Dale,
President Tionesta Savings Bank,
We are agent for as good a book
I '.. J .1
uuuiery us mere is auywnere. we are
prepared to do all the binding which
may be brought to us, at low rates,
and satisfaction guaranteed. Ssmples
can be seen at this office.
To Nebraska, California, and Kan
sas, and the B. & M. R. R.
The "Burlington Route," so called,
lies, right in the path of tlie Star of
Empire. It runs almost immediately
in tho center of tho great westward
movement of emigration. Crossing
Illinois and Iowa, it strikes the Mis
souri river at three points.
These three points are the gateways
into three greut sections of the trans
The Northern gate is Omaha, where
the great Parifiic road will take you
to tho laud of gold aud grapes, sunny
mountains, and perpetual summer.
The middlo gate is Plattsmouth,
which opens upon the south half of
.Nebraska, south of tho Platte river, a
regiou unsurpassed, on the continent
for agriculture and grazing. Just hero
are vho B. &. M. Ruilroad lands, con
cerning which Geo. S. Harris, the land
oflioer at Burliiiirton, Iowa, can L'ive
you all information, and in the heart
of them is Liucoln, tho State Capital
and present terminus of the road.
Tho Southern gate leads to Kansas,
by connections with tho St. Joe Road
at Hamburg, runuiug direct to St. Joe
anil Kansas City.
The trains of the Burlington run
smoothly aud safely, and make all
connections. It runs the best of coach.
es, Pullman Palace and Pullman Din
ing cars, and should you take the
journey for the journey'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 ou ten years'
credit, and at a low price.
A. H. Sieelk, Cashier "Tionesta
Savings Bank, has been appointed
agont for the celebrated " Inmau Line
Ocean Steamers," at this place. Any
person desirous of going to Europe or
bringing friends to this country, will
do well to cull on Mr. Steele, who will
furnish them with all tho information
r on Hai.k. One 20 Horse Power
Timber Engine aud Boiler in good or
der. Inquire of D. S. Knox,
I tf. Tionesta, Pa.
Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Saw mill
men, Oil men, and other citizens ol
Forest county, who are in want of any
thing in the Hardware line, should go
to Andrews & Co., Tidioutc. They
have the largest stock in this section
of the country. They are making and
repairing all kinds of Machinery and
Saw mill castings at short notice 4-tC
We would call the special attention
of Tost Masters and subscribers to the
Forest Republican to the following
syuopsis of the Newspaper laws : "
1. A Postmasters is required to give
notice by ccr,(returning apnper docs
not answer the law), when a subscri
ber does not take his paper out of the
office, and state the reason for its not
being taken. Neglecting to do so
makes the Postmaster responsible to
the publisher for the paymeut.
2. Any person who takes a paper
from the Post office, whether directed
to his name or another, or whether he
has subscribed or not, is responsible for
3. If a person orders his paper dis
continued, he mu3t pay all arrearages,
or the publisher may continue to send
it until payment is inado, and collect
4. If the subscriber orders his pa
per to be stopped at a certain tirne.nnd
the publisher continues to send, the
subscriber is bound to pay for it if he
taheg it out of the rest OJjicc. The law
proceeds upon the groimd that a man
must pay tor what he uses.
The courts have decided that revis
ing to take newspapers and periodicals
from tho post oflico, or removiug and
leaving them uncalled for, is prima
facie evidence of intentional fraud.
Mrs. Rogers has established a Mil
lenery Store in the second story of the
Acomb Building, Tiouesta, Pa. She
has all tho latest styles, fresh from
New York. Give her a call. 8-3t.
WKXTWOn'lU -May 22d, 1H71 orBcar
let l"over, Jennie, riauuutlT of" John 11.
ami 'Charlotte Wentworth, aged,' 1 j'ear, 4
ni. ilium nna s oiivh.
JOB WO RK
DON IS AT THE
'REPUBLICAN" : OFFICE,
At Vie loivest cash prices, neatly, prompt
ly, and in ntyle equal to that of any
other establishment in the District.
SHOW CARDS, -
-IIHTINf; TAtiS, Ay.
NOTICfi Is hereby Iven Hint tho part
nership lntely mibswtinK betwern
Wattn H. Lloyd nd J nine A. IpTfin ot
Tlonestn, under tho lirm of Llovcl
Levin, expired on tho lsth dv of 'May,
A. I). 1H71. All debts owlnor to tho wild
partnership are to be roeeived by Watt 11.
Lloyd and all demands on tho said part-
nersliip aro to bo
presented to him fur pay
WATTS B. LLOYD.
JAMES A. LEWIS,
NOTICE TOJTAX PAYERS.
T1IK undersigned w ill bo at the follow
in a; places atthotimo designated for
tlie purpose of receiving taxes for the year
Tuesday, Juno Cth, Cooksburirli, (fore
noon.) Weduesday, June 7th, Clarlngton, (fore
noon.) JENKS TOWNSHIP.
Thursday, Juno Hth, at J. 1). limit's.
Friday, Juno 0th, Balltown, at John Mil
ler's. KINOSLEY TOWNSHIP.
Saturday, Juno 10tli,Nen town,at Wheel
er A Dusunbury's store.
Tuesday, June 13th, at Allender -Rehool
Wednesday,' Juno Hth, Whito Oaks,
Thursday, June Titli, Eat Hickory, at
J. Siiririns' store.
TIONESTA EOROCGII AND TOWNSHIP.
l-'rfdny, June ltith, Tionesta, at Court
Saturday, Juno li'th, Ijicytown.
Parties indoli'cd for Mermntilo License
for 171 will please be prepared to pav, as
nil delinquents will Is? proceeded against on
the l.stol July, as the law directs.
7-3t. sj. J. SKTLEY, Trcas.
FOTt " Convent Lifo Unveiled, " by
Edith O'Oorman, Escaped N'un, whose
disclosures are thrilling and startling.
Franklin Pub. Co. 712 Chestnut St. Pliila,
N E W
orniM house block,
WK aro now reeeivinir a largo stock of
Musical Merchandise, consisting of
PIANOS, ORGANS & MELODECNS,
And a full lino of
SHEET MUSIC, and
STOOLS, SPREADS, Etc,
We are Agents for
Knnbc & Co.
and fill all ordors of other manufacturers
It desired, at tho loweat rates. We hav
SMITH IMKLOU OKCiAX,
of Boston, the finest rkkd instrument
yet introduced, which wo can sell on very
reasonable terms. A largo stock of Select
Sheet Muslo always on hand.
Our instruments need no notice at our
hands, as they have been before tho world
tor twenty to thirty years. We hha nt
Til EM FOR FIVE veaih, and will sell on
monthly payments, exehaniro for second
hand Instruments, or lor CASH if urged.
We shall bo pleased to show our goods
io mi uu uiuv luvor lis Willi acflll.
J. 11. BOOTH,
K. H. SAUUENT.
lO-tf. Opera Houso Titusville
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OIL CITY PA.
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day, and sells readily despito hard times.
Seventh edition now ready. A recent
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first choice of territory on Key. llcnrv
Ward Boucher's coining great work. "Life
of Jomus, I Im Christ." Write at once to
GEO. MACLEAN, Publisher.
7-15 "iUSansoiu .-St., Philadelphia.
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No teacher, student, or biblo
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Inflammation of tho Liver, Dropsy. Slug
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oouiu American riant,, cm leu
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tho efl'octual medicine now presented to
ine puune as
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I'lonillio great nunnieror lestimouials
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January 14, lsjl.
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great sulierer fri.in frequent attacks of
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anything to relieve ine from these attacks
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ie Tablets ; don't let olliergooils be palmed
oil' ou vou iu their place.
Jolui Q. Kellog, ;ll Plait St., N. Y.' Sole
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deep laid plans of mischief uud outrage,
unit showing the model, by which tliey
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To the Nerveous
3D E.BIXjIT.A.T IE 3D .
WlrOSKsr.lTerlntrshave bocn protract
ed from hidden causes, nnd whose
cases requiro prompt treatment to rendor
existence desirable ;
If you are suffering, or hv ufl'erwl
from Involuntary discharges, what effect
docs it produce on your general health T
Do you feel weak, debilitated, easily tired?
Does a littlo extra exertion produce pal
pitation of the;heartT Does your liver, or
urinary organs, or yourkidneys, frequent
ly got out of order T Is yonr tirino some
times thick, milky or flocky, or is it ropy
on settling? Or does a thick skum rise to
tho top ? Or is 8 sediment at the bottom af
ter It has stood awhile? Do you haTe
spells of short breathingor dispepsia? Arc
your bowels constipated? Do you hara
spoils of fraiutlng, or rushes of blood to
the head? Is your memory imparod? Is
your mind constantly dwelling on ttiia
subject? Doyoufeel dull, Ustloss, moping,
tired of company, orjile? Do you wish
to bo left alone, away from everybody?
Docs any littlo thing nisko you start or
jump? Is your sleep broken or restless?
Is the lustre of your eye aa brilliant?
Tho Idooni on your cheek as bright? Da
you enjoy yourself in society as woll ? Do
you pursue your business with tho same
energy ? Do you foel as much confidence
In youself? Are your spirits dull and flag.
King, given to fits of melancholy ? If so,
do not lay it to your liver or dyi pojwia.
Have you routless nights? Your bock
weak, your kneos weak, and have but lit
tlo appetite, and you attribute this to dy
pepiiaor 11 ver-com plaint?
Now, reader, aolf-abusa, venereal dis
eases badly cured, and sexual excesses, ar
all capnblo of producing a weakness of tha
generative organs. The organs of genera
tion, when in perfect health, make tho man
Did you ever think that those bold, defi
ant, onergotic, persevering, successful bns-iness-men
are always those whose genera
tive organs aro in perfect health? Yon
nover hear such men complain of being
melancholy, of nervousness, of palpitation
of the heart. Thoy are novor afraid they
cannot succeed In business ; they don'tbo
come sad and'djscouragodj they arealwaya
polito and pleasant In tho company of la
dies, and look you and them right In tha
face nono of your downcast looks or any
meanness about, them. I do not mean
tnose who keep the organs inflated by
running to excess. Those will not only
ruin their constitutions, but also Uiom
thoy do business with or for.
IIow many men, frerrt badly cured dls
eosos, from the effects of self-abuse and
excess, have brought about that state of
weakness in those organs that has reduced
tho genoal system so mnch as to produce
almost every other disease idiocy, luuacy,
paralysis, spinal afflictions, suicide, and al
most every other form of disease which
humanity la lmir to, and tho real cause of
tho troublo scarcely ever suspected sod
have doctored for all but tha right on.
Diseases of these organs require ths u
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Bladder, Kidneys, Gruvel, Dropsy, Orgsu
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Organs, w bother existing iu Male or Fe
male, from whatever cause originating,
and no nutter of how lung standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Con
sumption or Iusunily may ensue. Our
flesh and Mood aro supported front these
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asd that of . Posterity, dcponiU upon
prompt uso of a reliable, remedy.
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