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HI C GHENT VALLET RAIL ROAD I
(IKIUT THROUGH ROUTE
Tiii'wil Regions lo Pittsburgh,
THE i-AST AND THE WEST 1
Oi , i-!,t trains. Pasoiirors nd hag
1 .1. i tferred at Oil City, Fr of
T Li make rthwt connection with all
1;-' 'itcring at Oil City, and leave as
1 ress leave Oil City at SWpm
- it Pittsburgh noopm
I'm r Leave Oil City 20 p m
t Pittsburgh A 2ft a m
i t"in leaves Oil City 6 05 a in
- t PHUburgh 8 50 pin
1 reus Leaves Pittsburgh at 7 20 a m
at Oil City at 2 15 p m
1 press Leaves Pittsburgh 8 40 pm
- atOi. City 8 IS am
ssenger leaves Pittsburgh 9 15am
-at Oil City 7 35pm
lifer travelling by this Route will
.ter accommodations and make bet
1 than by any other road from the
4ous to Pittsburgh.
J. J. LAWRKNCE, Pen. Supt.
r t ue Land of SACRED
111 brv 1 L.OAOR.
'1 lie grandest and most popular new book
t iit. Hundreds of superb illustrations,
.-: '', etc No other book like it none
n i'.;ng half so fast. Agents sell 60 to 150 of
it ana 1'rot. stowe s Keif-Interpreting Jli-i-'c.
Kxtra largo inducements offered.
"J forcrculars to Worthingtod, Dnstin
a. Co., Hartford, Conn. 48-4t
. & P. COATS'
IS NOW TUB
O IN" Xj IT
'l hread put up for the American marker
SIX-CORD IX ALL NUMBERS,
From Jfo. 8 to No. 100 inclusive.
For Hand and Machine.
lfBgetable Sicilian Hair Renewei
Itas stood the test of seven year
before the public ; aiul no prepar
ation for tlte hair has yet been die
covered that will produce the same
beneficial results. It is an entirely
new scientific discovery) combin
tny man if of the most powerful and
restorative agents in tit VECET-.'
ABLE KINCDOM. It restores CREY
HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL YOUTH
Flit. COLOR. It makes the scalp
white ami clean cures dandruff
and humors, and falling? out of
tho hair: atul will make it grow
upon bald heads, except in very
aged persons, as it furnishes the
nutritive principle by which the
hair is nonrlslted and supitortcd.
11 makes the Itair moist, soft, and
glossy, and is unsurjyassed as a
ilAlll 1HIESSINO. It is the
cheapest preparation ever offered
to the public, as one bottle will ac
complish more and last longer
than three bottles of any other
If is reconttnended and used by
tlte First Medical Authority.
The Wonderful results produced
by our Sicilian llair ltenewer have
induced many to manufacture
preparations for tlte llair, under
various ttames j and, in order to
induce lite trade and tlte public to
Jturchase their eomtumnds, they
tave resorted to falsehood, by
claiming they were former part
ners, or had some connection with
our Mr. Hall, and their prepara
tion was similar to ours. Do not
be decel ved by them. 1'nrcltuse the
original 1 it Itas never yet been
eouallcd. Our Treatise on the
llair, with certificates, sent free
by mail. See that each bottle has
our private lie venue Stamp over
tlto top of the bottle. All others
R. P. Kail Si Co., Prop's, Nashua, N.H.
Bold bf ail Drwjgids and Dtairrt in Mtdioim.
J. C. LONG,
Wholesale and Retail Doaler in
OP ALL KINDS,
First Door above Exchange Hotel.
W. II. PERKINS tfc CO., Sole Propri
vtora, FruuLlin, l'a. 44
OI'HSCRIBK fi.rthe Forest KepuMicrn
O It wm i a .
'Qtsl L3Ws.tf -its- : .i 'ar
A CHEAT MEDICAL BISCOYCBY
Sr. WALKin'S C-4 LIFORNIA
5 i Hundreds of Thousand ? g j
2 f Bear "rttmnnr to Mieff Wontfer- e r
6 15 folcuraUvs KiTrcta. I S3
ff j WHAT ARE THEY? g",
!i sS hf
Off TflTT ARX HOT A VTLC S J
ll FANCY DRINK, M
Ksdaef Pnor Run, Whisker. Proar n.lrlta
ana SlntM l.tavwradoctond, ptcod andvtct
scd to plnMlh tMt. eftlled Tonlo,,,M Appetl.
m," " deatorait," e.. that lead th tippler on to
drenkennrw snd roln. bat v s mo M cdlciDO, modo
from the Fttlro Roots sod Herb mf California, frwa
rrMn rtl AlpobiUn ftlmalaata. Thorara tba
OUFAT r.IOOI rt RIFlEK aid A LIFB
tilVl.Mt l'KINt'iri.Kaperftct RtooYitor and
lav If orator of tho 8rtem, eurrylnf oa all polaonosa
matter and rrstorfne ttit blood to healUij eondltloa.
KapcnoD cantako toK Blttan aosortln( to dine
Uon and remain lonf anwelL
ICO wOlbe f Hen for an Tsmrable eaae, prorlded
trie bones are not deetmynd by Blseral olaoa or
other Bteana, and the vital organ! waited beyond tfce
point of repair.
Far lnuauntutorT and Chraale Ktiraaiaa
tlaae aad .ant, Drspcpela. ar Iadlreatlaa,
Blltoaa. Kanlitatit and Interaalttaai FeTora
Diseases of the II load, l.lTer, Kldners, and
Bladder, these Bitters have been moat eaeoeae
fttl. Bach Disease are ceased hj Vitiated
Bload. wulob la fenerallr prodnoad hj derangerosnt
f toe Dlaratlve O reran a.
DTsPSPMA OU INDIOESTIOK, Bead
ache. Pain In the Bhoaldera, Coacha, Ttghtneaa of taa
Clieet, Clulnesa, Boar EmetaUoa of tba Btoaiaea,
Had taste u the Moattt. BlUoua Attsoka, Palpltatloa
of the Heart, ll flamniatlon of the Lang. Paia la tba
retions of tba Kidneys, and s hnndrad other painful
symptoms, an tee offtprinfsof Drepepala.
Thrj InTUToraU the Stomach aad etimalata th tor
pid Hear and bowels, whlen render there of eneqoallod
efficacy la clean sing the blood of all Imparities, sad
tmpartlnr sew life and rigor to tba arbols lyitem.
FORf K15 1I1HEA8 E8, Kmptlona, Tetter, gelt
Ebeom, Blotebes, Bpota, Pimples, Pastel ea, Bolls, Car
bonclce, itlng-Worms, Beald-Head, Bora Byes, Bryeln
elas, Iteh, Bcnrta, IHioolonUona of the Skin, Humor
snd rtierases of the bkla, of wbaterer Dams or nature,
are literally dug ap snd carried oat of tba eyetem la a
thort time by tba aae of these Bitters. Ons bottle In
such eases sill eooTlnos the most Incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood wbenerer roa find Its
Iwpurllles barstrng through the akin In Pimples, Erup
tions or Bores 1 cleanse It whoa yon Snd It obstructed
and sing gtah la the veins 1 cleanse it when It Is foul,
sad your feelings will tell you whan. X sap the bloc,
pure and the health of the system wlU follow.
riN, TArs sad other WOKMS, lurking la the
system of eo many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed snd rrmotod. For full directions, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed tn four laa
guagos Bngueh.Oetaiaa, Freneh and Bputoh.
J. WAX KB 3, Proprietor. B. B. HcDOK ALD CO,
Srogglsta snd Can. Agents, Baa Freed too, Cal.
aad St and Si Coouuaree Street, Kew Tork.
tsTBOIJ BT AIX PBUG0I8TS ABO DBALXBf.
ROYAL HAVANA LQTTERT.
Prir.es cashed and ipformation furnished
by GEORGE UPHAM, Providence, R. I.
WANTED A o k nt To sell the Octa
gon Sewing Machine. It is Licensed,
makes the "Elastio Lock Ktitch" and is
warrant-ed for 6 years. Price 115. All
other machines with an under-feed sold
for (15 or less are infringements. Address
Octagon Sewing Machine Co., St. Louis,
Mo., Chicago, 111., Pittsburgh, Pa., or Ron
ton, Mass. 133m
Jin A. Day Business entirelvnew and
4plv7 honorable. Liberal inducements
Descriptive circulars free Address J C
Rand & Co., Riddeford, Me 13 Sm
FIRTUNE8 offered to live men. Rare
Chance. Bend Stamp. Dimond K.
Co., Wasliington, Dol. 23-3m.
THE highest. Cash Price paid for the old
State Bank Currency : Bank of Craw
ford County, Venango Bank, Oil City Bank
Petroleum Bank, or an v of the old State
Bank issues j also, lor mutilated Scrip of
U issues. A. H. STEELE, Cashier.
a Tionesta Savings Bank.
I WAS CURED OF DEAFNESS AND
CATARRH by a simple remedy and will
send the receipt free.
Mrs. j. v. ieuujsxt, Jersey City, N.J.
THE MAGIC COMB.
Will chance an V colored hair or tienrrl
to a permanent black or brown. It con
tains no poison. Any one can use it. One
sent by mail for l. Dealers supplied
at reduced rates. Address .Wm. Patton,
Treus. Springfield, Mass, 89-4tc
AGENTS WANTED FOR
Hon. Wm. SEWARD'S GRAND TO R
of Joxlco. Adventure and Sight-seeing
"Our Sister Republic."
Is a work of rare merit' proftiselv illustra
ted. Send for circulars to Columbian Book
Conipauy, Hartford, Ct 28-3t
Shows how to double tho profits of the farm
and how farmers and their sous can each
$10O Icr Month.
In winter. 100,000 copies will be mailed
free to farmers. Send name' and address
to Zl Ei LEU dt MuCUDDY, Philadelphia,
Ao-ents fot the history of
By Prof. Enoch Pond, 1. D. From Adam
to the present day. Light business for
men and ladies everywhere. Uood pay,
send for circular.
39 4t ZEIULKK t McCUREY, Phia. Pa.
1. W. ROWLAND,
ALKX. M (DOWEL
J. W. ROWLAND & CO.,
MIR CHANT TAILORS
AND DIALERS IN
Gents' FiirnlShiisg Goods,
And Agents for the Celebrated G rover A
Baker Sewing Machine.
LIBERTY STREET, NEAR DOE
2 28 tf.
Free to Book Agents.
We will send o handsome Prospectus of
our .inn j mturviui a'ca stimtiy Jut, It con
taining ;r 200 hue scripture liitistia
Irationsvu any Hook Agent free of charge.
A(hiies National Publishing Co. Philiv
d.--'i'!iis, Pa. 41. ji
"y- 'ey?iiwwiuaa)ia,,iia) Xir
167 Water Street, Meadville, Pa.
ALSO A BRANCH STORE IN FRANKLIN, IA.
In Store with STAPLES Jt SIBLEY, Opposite Post Office.
THE LARGEST DEALER IN
In this section, including the following celebrated makes : ChickerinfJ &
Sons, Steinway & Sons, Wm. B. Bradbury, Kurtzman, and others.
WHITNEY & SLAYTON'S ORGANS AND MELODEONS.TUxe
Organs and Melodeons are acknowledged by all good judges to be the best and
finest finisher Reed Instruments made.
This being the Oldest and Largest
ments can aoa win De onerea to purchasers, btools and Spreads, bheet Music,
Books, and a large stock of everything in the Music line, can be found i.t my
- P-!y J. O. HULL.
$288 in 16 DAYS
Made by one Agent Do you want a situa
tion as salesman at or near home to make
5 to 120 per day, selling our new 7 strand
White Wire Clothes Line to last for ever.
Sample free. Address Hudson River Wire
works, 130 Maiden Lane, cor. Water 8t,
N. Y., or 16 Dearborn St. Chicago. 7-4U
Business honorable. No competition, lib-
I'njf (J1TUU, a. lT,ArlllCI'I.
3-4t S S. 4th St,, Phila.
GROVER & BAKER'S
The following are "selected from thous
ands of testimonials of similar character,
as expressing the reasons for the prefer
ence of tho G rover it Baker Machines over
"I like the Grovor A Baker Ma
chine, In the first place, because if I had
any othor, I should still want a Grover A
Baker; and having a Grover A Baker it
answers the purpose of all tho rest. It
does a greater variety of work and iseasier
to learn than any other," Mrs. J. C. Cro
ly (Jenny June)
"I have bad several years' expe- I
Tl (in la wftli a' t rnr-n. Ar I! i 1 , XCnul.l,,.
which has given me great satisfaction, i
think the Grover & ISaker Machine is more
easily managed, and less liable to get out
Of order. I prefer the Grover A Baker de
cidedly." M ra. Dr. Watts, New York.
"I have had one in ur family for
some two years; and Ciom what I know
of its workings, and from the testimony of
many of in v friends who use the same. I
can hardly see how anything could be more
complete or give better satisfaction."
Airs. uen. uranu
"I believe it to he the best, all
things eonsidered.ofany that I have known
It is very simple and easily learned ; the
sewing from the ordinary spools is a great
advantage; theBtitchis entirely reliable;
it does ornamental work beauti nil ly; it is
not liable to get out of order. Mrs. A. M
Spooner, 38 Bond St. Brooklyn.
"I am acquainted with the work of
the principal machines, and I prefer the
Grover A Baker to them all, because I con
sider the stitch more elastic. I have work
in the house which was done nine years
ago which is still good." Mrs, Dr. Mo
Cready, No. 43 East 23d street, N. Y.
"More than two-thirds of all the
ewingdone in my family for the last two
years has been done by Grover A Baker's
Machine, and I never had a garment rip
or need mending, except those rents whicn
iroiicsome boys will make in whole cloth.
It is. in mv opinion, bv far the most valu
able of auy I have tried." Mrs. Honry
"The Grover A Baker Rmvino- Ma
chine has rendered in every respect, the
most penect satisfaction. 11 combines so
many advantages with beauty of execu
tion and economy in Drice that it is a ne-
cesity in every household." Mrs. Gover
nor ueary, liarrisburg, ra.
"I have had the Grover A Baker Ma
chine for ten or twelve years in constant
use in my house. I have seen and known
every kind of Family sewing, both per
sonal and household, accomplished up
the Grover A Baker Machine, to the enti.
satisfaction of all concerned, Ro v. Stephen
"I tind the Grover A Baker Stitch will
wear as Ion gas the garments do outwear
the garment in fact. The stitch will not
brenk on bias seams, when stretched, as
others do ; and neither does it draw the
work." Mrs. Dr. Whiting, 4 East twenty-fourth
street, N. Y.
The Grover and Baker Sewinir Machine
Company manufacture both the Elastlo
and Lock Stitch Machines, and offer tho
public a choice of the beat machines of
com Kinus, at tnoir establishments in all
the large cities, and through agencies In
nearly all towns throughout the country.
Price lists and samples of sewing In both
stitches furnished on application to Grover
A Baker S. M, Co., 127 Wood Street, Pitta
EVANS' GIFT BOOK INTERPRISL
Wft flnilllllllA 1a aanil - nali.1.1MIA.I.L
' ....... ... a ..iitnuiD llbWllll
every book houghtof us. Thousands will
iiou,j ... ul juiujijiiiiuhm ana lairness
Give us a trial. Write for a catalogue. Sen
free. Address, D. M. Evans A Co.. 72:
Market street, Philadelphia, Pa. 404t
A GENTS Wanted-5 per month by
- - i.o American jvilllling iwaclilne Co
Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. 20.3m
AGENTS ") 10. w.e':k- p
1 cent ana in cash
s w ' -ev. 4uui aiiiori
can Book Co., 03 William St., N. Y. 40-4t
A GENTS WANTED 18225 a month!.
V by the Amkhic'n Knithno Macuinr
uo., lloston, alass., or St, Louis, Mo. -Hi-4
READY FOR AGENTS The book
that is willing. The chcaixwt and best
lliKturv of the lata wur, in both English
mid Gui muii, profusely IlliiMraled, ouly
.,00. line u-ent rt p'iiiH ,x urdcis in two
iliij-s. Act (in'i klv and coin luonev. A,
11. llublianl, Pulilichcr, C'licHtm'it St.,
House in this section, superior induce
READ ! READ '
Tlie subscribers having re-rented the
IRVIM: GllIST MULI.
Would sav to their old customers, and
the community generally, that they keep
uviioututljr uu USUU B large BtOCK Ol
of all grades, Chop Feed, Shorts, Bran,
Oats and ttorn. With our facilities for do
ing business, we purpose not to be under
sold by any cstabltMhmont In this section
of the country, and would say to the lum
bermen and dealers of Forest county, that
'hey can be
and more promptly than from any other
puuik. niiiiieuiaid attention giveu to all
orders from a distance,
K. JONES A CO,
A WATCH FREE for everybody and
JaOperday sure. Busines light and
honorable. No Giftenterpriso. No hum
bug. Address.R. Monroe Kenedy, Pitts
burgh, Pa, . S3-
CBABXE9 A. DANA, Idltor.
A Kewapaper el the Present Times.
Intended far People New ea Berth,
Including Farmers. Mechanics, Merchants, Pro
Suslonal Men, Workers, Tnlnkere, and all Man
ner of Boaeat FoUta, aad th Wires, Boas, and
Dan!. ten of all inch.
ONI.T ONE DOLLAR A SSAR I
ON HUNDRED COPIES FOB. tfiO,
Or toss than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a
SO Club at every Poet Offloe.
SEMI-WEEKLY BUB, 13 A TEAK,
of the same else and general character as
TBB WKKEXr, bat with a greater variety ef
Uacallaneousraadiog,aa4 furnishing the nrwi
to Its aubserlbarswlth greater fresnaess. becaase
U oomas twice a week Instead of once oaly.
THE DAILY BUN, M A YE4S,
A prelmlnentlr readsble mwipapor, with the
lareeet elreuletion in Uie worii Free. Is ee
nendent, and fearless In politic All the news
from srerywhera. Two eeate a copy i by mail.
AO oanla a muuth,or v6 ayeaiC
TERMS TO CLUBS.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BUN.
Fir Oop lea, aae year, separately addressed.
Tea copies, one year, eeoarateir addressed (and
aaezuaeopy tolhegotier up if clou;
Twenty eoplea, eaa year, sennratelr addiensed
(and sa extra copy tomes of or op of einbj.
r!'r .Ofirl'T. one rear, to one address (and the
Beml-VYeekly one year to fetir u p of club).
r7!!t?'9,ttiJmt .ymr' wparatelT aodreeied (end "
the Semi, weekly on year to setter an ofcidb).
?;nJ,?E???V"e' one adiirets
ifSk."" ""'J n rear to the getter nVof
Jftt?' , flttr Uallari;
"H"!, eoples, on year, separately ad
THE BEMI.WEEKLY BUlf.
Fir eoples, en year, separately eddref .M.
. Eight Dalian.
i. 0o"u"' oo veer, sepsrstelr addressed (and
a exus oony to getter ap of clut,)T
BEND YOUR MONEY
In Post Offlea orders, checks, or drafts on New
Vorh, wherefer eonrenient. If To 1 7, SLlsX
the ieuars containing money. AOdr ess
L W. BffOLAWtl, PoblUher.
Sua offloe, Mew Vara CBy.
ON AND AFTER Saturday January 28.
stations. No. 2. No. 4,
Oloopuhs, 2.50 pm .41am
Bennett, 3.0M " 9.09
Woods 8.17 u. 10.O8 "
Pratliers Mill 3.2U " 10 in "
PithoieCity 3.40 loiaa "
stations. No. 1. No. S.
PithoieCity 8.00 am 1.00 pin
Prathors Mill 8.1a 1.13
Woods 8,23 " L23 "
Bennett " 1.30 "
Oleopelis 8.40 " 140 "
Aii Extra Train leaves Pithole City on
Saturdays at 6.20 p. in. making close con
nection at Oleopolis with Trains on the Oil
t reck A Allegheny River Railway forCor
ry and intermediate points.
Return Train leaves Oleopolis at 7.20 p.
m.. arriving at Pithole City at 7.6o.
All other Trains make close connections
at Oleopolis with trains ou the Oil Creek A
Allegheny River Bailway, North end
Train No. 2 makes closo connection at
Oil t.itv with Fast Line on Allegheny Vul
ley Railway for Pittsburgh uud intermedi
Two Lines of Stages run dully between
PithoieCity, Miller Farm and Pleasant
ville, inakinguonuoctiuii witharrivingand
departing Traiu.t. J, 'l BLAIR.
ill). BISHOP, Kllp'.t
Ticket Agent, Pithole City, Pa.
Wunting employment, at from fcw to 100
per month, should address ZE1GLHR V
McCVRDY, Phils, l'a. 74t
C. . Saaa
IXG1IA3I A Illl M..,
WHOLESAI.B AND RBTAllt DBALKRS IN
all kinds of
School, Miscellaneous, Law, Medical
Depository of the Bible Society, Sunday
School, and all Religious Publishing So
cieties, NO. 62 CHESTNUT 8T., MEADVILLE, TA.,
NO. 101 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, O.
Having fitted up a first class
Are preparod to furnish to order all kinds
of manufactured lumber such as
DRESSED L UMBER, SASH,
DOORS, BLINDS, AND EVERY
DESCRIPTION OF TLA IN A XD FAN
Dealers will find It to Uieir advantage to
CONSULT OCR PRICES,
Before purchasing elsewhere, aa our loca
tion in the heart ol the lumbor region gives
us superior advantages In the purchase of
lumber that will enable us to undersoil
those less favorably situated.
Mar. 4, tf.
Recommended and Endorsed by over
Seven Hundred Doctors.
COMPOUND FLCID EXTRACT OF
K OS K OOI
HEALTH RESTORER I
Not a Secret Quack Medicine For
mula Around the Bottle.
PREPARED SOLELY BT
Dr. J. J. LAWRENCE, Organic
STRIKES AT THE ROOT of DISEASE
PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
BK8TOR1NO TITE LIVEB AND KIDNEYS TO A
HEALTHY ACTION, AND INVIOORA
TINO TUB NERVOUS SYS
TEM. This is the Sccrefof its Wonderful
Success in Curing
Consumption in it early ttagts, Scrofu
la, Syphilis, Dyspepsia. Liver
Neuralgia, Nervous Affection, Eruptions
01 vj me niin, uumors, jjoss oj
Vigor, Diseases of the
and Bladder, and all Disease caused by
a Had state oj the JJCood.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of
iiiiiiiurniiu oau taint, anil restores toe en
tire system to a healthy condition.
It is beyond question the Finest Tonio
in tub Would.
Thousands have been changed by the use
of this medicine from weak, sickly. Butter
ing croatures, to strong, healthy, and hap
py inon and women.
Invalids cannot bositate to give it trial
No medicine has obtained such a great
reputation as this Justly celebrated com
pound. FOR TESTIMONIALS
From Physicians, Eminent Divines, Edi
tors, Druggists, Merchants, Ac, see KOS
KOO 4 LMA NA V lor this year.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
Hie Principal Druggists of the United
States and Briiish America.
CO. OF NORTH AMERICA,
No. 232 Walnut St Phila.
Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual
MARINE, INLAND & FIRE INSURANCE
Assets Jan; 1, 1809, f 2,348,323 39
til) 000 O00 Wana ul,l ..l.w.o lu I..
tiou. WM. BUHLER, Central Agent,
MILES W. TATE, Agent in Ti
onesta, Forest County, Pa.
REDUCTION OF PRICES
TO CONFORM TO
REDUCTION OF DUTIES
GREAT SAVING TO CONSUMERS.
BY GETTING UP CLUBS.
Vji,Send for our new Price List and a
Club Form will accompany it, containing
fuil dlrcelious making a large saviiif to
consumer and remunerative club organ
izers The fareut American Tea
31 A 33 VESEY STREET,
P, O. Box 5043. new youk. 4tl-4t
Dr. Lawrence's Woman's Friend
ure all liseti peculiar toFemales. Cm
W. A. INGHAM.
ON AND AFTF.n 11 P. P. Sunday Mnv
1, 1H70, Trains arrive rt nnd leave the
Union Depot, corner of Wnshinton anil
Liberty street, as follows;
Mnll Train, 1.10 a m ; Fust Lino, li!,12 a
m ; Well's accommodation No. 1, HJOn tn j
Brlnton aeeommmlatlon No 1, 7.M) a m;
Wall's acconimoilittion No 2, B.ftfa 111 ;Cln
cinnntl express 0.20 a in ; Johnstown ac
commodation 10.W) a m ; Braddock's ae
commodatlnn No!, 7.00 pm; Pittsburgh
express 1.30 p m; Pacific express 1.50 p in ;
Wall's accommodation No S, x.35 p m;
Homewood accommodation No l,fl.6;i pm;
Wall's accommodation No 4, 5.50 p in;
Brlnton accommodation Iso 2, 1.10 p m;
y a assunger ni.zo p m.
Southern express 5.20 a m 1 FaaHlo ex
press 2.40 a m ; Wall's aconminodation No
1, 8.80a m ; Mall Train 8.10 a m ; Brlnton's
accommodation 111.20 a in ; Braddoclt s no
commodntlon No 1,5.10 p m ; Cincinnati
express 12.85 p m ; Wall's accommodation
N 2, 11.61 a m ; Johnstown accommodation
4.06 It m 1 Homewood acfNimtrirHliitinn Ni
1, 8.50 p m ; Philadelphia express 8.50 p m;
Wall accommodation No 3,8.05 p in; Willi's
accommodation No 4, 6.05 p ni ; Fast Line
i.wpni; wail s jn 00, li.uo p 111.
Tlie Church Trains leave Wall's Station
every Sunday at.0.05 a. m., reaching Pitta
burirh at 10.l a. m. Rettirnimr loave Pitts.
burgh at 12.50 p.Jm., and arrive at Wall's
Biauon at z.iu p. m.
Cincinnati express leaves dally. South'
am express daily except Monday, All oth.
or Trains daily, except Sunday.
For further information rplv to
W. H. BECKWITH, Agent,
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will not assume any Risk for Baggaire ex
cept for Wearing Apparel, and limit their
rsiionsibility to One Hundred Dollai val
ue. All baggago exceeding that a ount
in vaiue win ie at tne risk or the ucr,
wuiww Miavu vjf eiieciiu contract.
A. J. CASSAI
General Siiperlntcndent, Altoona Pa,
DAVIS & ECHOLS,
(Near the Co (i House,)
TTllVA fPalsnt-al ouanrt nwe nr C.U.nl
P" " minv-IIIIM II XI lH uini
Jtookti, Law tHks, HimorioM, Bibltw and
ToHtamonts. llytun liookR. Musfo liookH,
Blank Booktf, nvehipes. Note, Lot tor aiul
wiuiiik i(i-tTB x oub, inK. o;Hte8 ana
A.fdauerl.ln.. J.. at.- ' '
O'flJ lalllljgj 111 fctlfj
BOOK d; ST A TIONER Y B TO I NESS.
All of w hich they offer to sell WHOLE
SALE OR RETAIL, at lowest tush prices
DAVIS A ECHOIC,
Inventors who wish to take out Letters
auvi.Miivatnm(Ai w LWiiiirK-i Willi Al lllllt
and Company, editors of the Scicntitiu
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1 onrs Thoir Ainoi ican and European
T..- ...w I.. At.. A . ..
"",,,v wnuvj m iuu jihwi pxiensivo 111 TIlO
world C'hHri;i8 luss than anv -thor relia
ble BffAney A pamphlet eontiiiiiitf AiU
ttatritt.si it tttsanri. I.. !..
a..'. a "v"" sn 111 f vnvuio 113 nt'Iltf KriltlD
MUNN A CO., 87 Park Row,
13tf j.-ew Y'ork
IS Prcparel to deliver thelxst quality o
COal at the old Eveihart Bank, two
miles from Newmanvllle for 7 cents per
rasa est. Tl rinoatu an.l ri. A". ' A
25 CENTS PER BUSHEL.
He always has a largo supply 011 hand,
Now la tho time to lay lu a large supply
Orders promptly attended to 2 9
ESTABLISHED MAY 1853.
LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT
LIVE STOCK POLICIES,
ISSUED IN FIRSTCLAS3 COMPANIES.
LOSSES FK0XPTLT ADJUSTED ASD PAID.
A.C 8AMPSON, Ccn. Agent.
J. D. HENRY, Oil City,
Ag't for Venango Co., Pa.
Applications received and Information
furnished by A. H. Steule, at Tionesta
Savings Bank. apltf.
TI dioutITemporiu mT
1NL P. GETCHELL,
Kolloii!, Boots A Mioesi,
ttc, &c, &C,
CORNER MAIN t DEPOT STS.,
Has the Imprest and most Complete Stock
now ou hand, of any store in
Having purchased my stock since
the great decline in Gold, I can sell
poods cheaper thau any Dry Goods
House in the Oil Regions. "Persons
purchasing goods of me will gave 25
per cent. M. P. GETCHELL.
lidiouto, April 11, 1870. 4-6ra
0r.?I0I,K.f"atly 3X0eui-'d thisomce
at rcasoiialilo rsu v
Tlu HepuMican O.T.ce
T'EEPS coi.Htant) , on hand a large an
IV sortment of Blnk DeuUH Mo t
Subpienas, Wurraiiis, Wunimons A A
bcsoldrticapibrcuHb, rmmmon,, .(f to
Oil Creek & Allegheny Ki ver Uy
WARREN A FRANKLIN, FARMERS'
A OIL CREEK RAI.U10ADK CONSOL
IDATED New and Most Direct Iouto to ta Oil
On and After MONDAY MAY 30TII,'7O
trains will run as follows t
.0n A. M. EXPRESS ftpartansburg
fl.2: Tryonville Ilydetown 7.11; Ti
tusville arrive 7.20. dupsrt 7.27; Miller
Farm 7,50 1 I'loneer 8.07 ; Petroleum (n
tre air. 8.15, lvs. 8.17, Columbia 8.23, Tsrr
Farm 8.2,1, Itvnd Farm , RousfiVlHo
8,:t8 j Oil 1ty'8.M lvs H.OO. Rwkwood
Walnut bend Oleopolis 0.20, connect
ing with train for Pilliole;) llonrv's l'.eud
. Eagle Rock, Tionesta 1Q.04, Hick
ory White Onks 10.JI4, ai r. Tldioule
arrives 10.54, lv. 10.56, Thompson's
arriving at Irvington at 11.35a. mi
11. 20 A. M. M A 1 L Spnrtanshu rg 11.45,
Centreville, 12. 7 p. m. Tryonville
Ilydetown 12.30, arrives at Titnsvill 12.0,
lvs. 12.45, Miller Farm 1.04, Pioneer 1.17,
Brr. Pet. Centre 1.2.", lvs 1.27, Colusabift"
1.33, Tsrr Farm 1.8rt, Rvnd Farm
Rousevillol.47, arr. Oil City 2.06, lvs. 2.11, '
Rockwooti; , Walnutlleud Oleopo
lis 2.40(oonnect with train for Pithole)
Henry's Bend , Eagle Hock , Tion
esta 8.1, Hickory' , White Oaks 8,4(1, -arr.
Tidiouto 4.02, lvs, 4.07, Thompson's'
arrives at Irvlneton 4.60 p. m.
(1.06 PM ACCOMMODA'N.SparUmsburar
6.30, (ntreville 7.00 Tryonville at
Hvdetown 7.25, arr Tltusvllle 7.85 lvs 7.45,
Miller Farm 8.05, Pioneer 8.20, arr at Pet.
Centro 8.28, lvs 8.35, Columbia 8.41, Tarr
Farm 8.44, Rvnd Farm ,Kousvlllo 8.65
arrives at Oil City 9.10 p. m,
11.45 A. M. MAIL Thompson's arr.
Tidiouto 12.30 lvs 12.38, Whito Oaks 12.53'
Hickory, , Tionesta 1.20, Eagle Rock
.Henry's Bend Oleopolis 2.05 (con
nects with' train for Pithole) Walnut Bend
, Rockwood , arr Oil City 2.30 lvs
2.42, Rouseville 2.58, Rvnd Farm
Tarr Farm 8.10 arr at' Pet. Centre S.29
lvs. 3.23, Pioneer 3.30, Miller Farm 8.45,
arr. Titusvllle 4 04, lvs 4 14 Hvdetown
4.24 p. in., Tryonville Centreville
4.50, Sparlansburg 6.14, arr at Corry i.45'
6.00 P. M. EXPRESS-Thompson's at
arr stTidioute 6.50,levs 6.52,Whlte
oaks fl.07. Hickory , Tionesta fi.37,
Eagle Rock , Henry's Bond Ole
opolis 7.13, Walnut Bend Rockwood
arr Oil City 7.40 lvo 7.47, Rouseville
8.03, Rvnd Farm Tarr Farm 8,15, Col
umbia 8.18, arr Fet. Centre 8.25 lv 8.28, Pi
oneer 8.85, Miller Farm 8.45, arr. Tituavillw
9.10. lvs 9.15, Hydolown 9.23, Tryonville
tSpart&nsburg, 10.7, arr at Corry 10.35
i.favk on. niTT,
7.00 A.M. ACCOMMODATION Rouse
ville 7.15, Itvnd Farm , Tarr Farm 7.25
Cnlitmia 7.2(1, air Pet. Centre 7.J16 lve 7.3(1,
I'loneer 7.45, Miller Kami 8.00, si r. Titus
villc8.18, lvs. 8.23, Ilydetown 8.31. Tryon
ville Ccntervillb 8.50, Hpartansbui g"
9.10, arr, Corry 9.: a in, .
All trains ctinnect at Corrv witlt trains
on Phila. A Erie Railroad add A. A O. W.
Fast and West Tor New York, Philadel
phia, Harrisburg, Erie A Cleveland, and
with Bullalo, Corry A Pittsburgh Railway
for Buflaloand all points on thsN, Y. Cen
tral Railway. At Oil City with trains on
Allegheny Valley Railroad, and Franklin
Branch A. A O, W. At lrvineton with .
trains on Phila. A E. Railroad east and
west. j, ---.e
C. J. H EPBURN JNOPITCAIRN. '-
Superintendent. ;! -ttep'l Manager.
ERIE & PITTSBURGH R. R
On and alter Monday, Nov. 15, 1889
traiiiB will run ou this road aa follows!
LEAVE ERIE SOUTHWARD.
11:55 A. M. accommodation leaves
Newcastle at 7:06 and arrives at Pittsburgh
10:00 a. ui. "
10:25 A. M., riTTRBi'ROH ex., stops at all
stations, and arrives at A. AG. W. R. R.
Transfer at 1:50 p. ni., at Newcastle at 8:1a
p. in., and at Pittsburgh at 0:00 p. 111.
6:05 a. it., accommodation, from James
town, arrives at A. A U. W. R. R. Transfer
at 5:40 a. m., at Newcastle at 7:05 a. m., and
Pittsburgh al 10:00 a. m.
5:00 r. m Mixed Train leaves Erie for
Sharon, stopping at all iutormediato points
and arriving at 10:15 a. m.
LEAVE PITTSBURail-NORTWA RD.
7:15 A. M., Erie express, loaves New
castle at 10:00a. 111.. A An r u rnr.
fer at 11:20 a. m., and arrives at Eri'o at 2:30
i. in., iniiKiiigcioNQ counoctlon lor Buila
lo and N iagara Falls.
8:3.5 P. M. ACCOMMODATION, loav Now
castle at 0:30 p. , , A. A O. W. R. R.
transfer at 7:55 p. m., and Jamestown at
B:.HI a. in.. iyiiinala u.iil. ...1 1 . 1
, . imawi 11 aula tuat
arrivos in Erie at 1:55 a. m.
6:30 p. m.. Mixed Train leave Sharon for
... . nuu arriving at utrara at 12:30 a, m..
and Erie at 0:55 a. m.
.Trai'mcon,u,ptnt Rochosterwlth train for
Vi lieellmr and all iMiiiitu ... wu.
and at Pittsburgh connections for Philadol-
r-i, ..m 1 inuurgn, liaitimore and Wash
ington via reniiM lvania CenUal Railroad.
I'-rle KxnreM Vilfth n......l ... .
i uh Ueveland and Erie trains Westward
for levelaiu , Chicago, and all points in
the est ; at Erio with Philadelphia A Erie
Ra road for Corry, Warren, Irvington,
rid oute fte., and with Buiralo A Erie
ltai road f.;r Bullalo, Dunkirk, Niagara
! alls and New York City.
F. N. FINNEY,
AV 1th its Special Attachments, the
PUMPING X SHAKING PRATT
WARMING CLOSET AND FENDER
Is celebratod for Its Reliability, Rimpllc-
" iii vouvuuience.
FULLER, "WAR REN& CO
IliNllVi r,rr, rr a .
- ravi VltLlia,
236 Water St., New York.
1 Contra Sir ..
OIL CITY, PENN'A.
FOREICN AND DOMESTIC
DRESS GOODS, CARPETING
vix. wajtus. BOOTS & SHOES
LTA TS & CAPS, TRIMMINGS. '
xvunuNH. ETC., ETC
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AddrcsH l.,r circular, Zicgi'cr .t' M 't'l , i
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