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fTESDJI lOUNRQ, NOlf. II, 1871. '
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A Pertinent Ouery,
Will T.nmbermm Work in Concert,
or tthall be "Itommed" at the
Month of the Creektrvery time we
have a Flood?
Mr. EnrroK : It h retnarkabla that
a question of iircli vast importice
should receive so little attention at the
liamU of those directly interested.
One or two raAs, or barges, coming
down the creek without a pilot, is al
most sure to niako a gorge nt the Tio
nesta bridge ; and especially when
there are nifu lying just above, or. the
right hnnd side of the creek, in the
natural low water channel. This might
all bo avoided, if owners and jobbers
would work in concert, as parties mu
tually interested, and form a tyttem
which could not but prove advanta
geous to both.
System is the basis of ucccas in all
butincti. East of tho mountains they
have a system, nod though the waters
arc much rougher, yet if we proportion
the length of tho streams, and the
amount of lumber run, we will find
that the cost of running is much less
than it is iu Tionesta Crejk.
I do not propose to give my views of
a system which would remedy this evil,
at the piesent time; but hope Tionesta
lumbermen will call a meeting through
the columns of your valuable paper,
and take action on this matter.
They might, also, at comparatively
small cost, do away with those intol
erable nuisances at Lacytown and
Bear Creek, blast some of the worst
rocks, wing-dam some of the bars, and
guarantee to themsclres, tolerable safe
ty in running their lumber. F.
Carrier Seminary and Normal Col
lege at Clarion, Opened Sept. 21,
It is with no ordinary pleasure that
wejeommend to our readers this insti
tion. It is every way worth its widely
growing reputation and just such a
school as thoughtful parents, who de
sire to give their children a practical
education, will be rejoiced to find. It
aims at a broad and generous culture
and by a thorough traiuing to fit
young men and womeu for the duties
and responsibilities of life. The influ
ences of a christian home are combin
ed with tho advantages of a school of
highest grade. The charges nre mod
crate less than any other school in
the State affording equal advantages.
The Faculty is full. The Normal Col
lego prepares teachers for common
schools. The Musical Department is
tinequaled by any institution in the
State. An accomplished Professor is
iu charge of every department. Pi
anos, Organs, &c, arc furnished for a
full course. The large and beautiful
buildings are fitted up in excellent
tyle, and every possible preparation
is making for the Winter term which
commences November 30th. The din
cipline of the school is exact, and the
institution deserves the largo and se
lect patronage which it will receive,
Wend to Prof. J. J. Steadruan, A. M.,
Clarion, Pa., for a circular. Clarion
Pittsburgh Female College. .
llany of our readers will bo iotcr
cttcd i the anouiicemcut that the win
ter term of the Pittbuigh Female col
lege will commence on Monday even
ing December 11. Among tho requi
sites of u good school are good building,
a well fetlected course of study, a full
and comptttut Faculty, and judicious
and faithful oven-ight Tho College
posstwes all these, and much more,
in an eminent degree. The buildings
aro large, beautiful, tastefully fitted
up aud well furnuhed. The course of
study has bei-u selected with great
care. The Faculty number twenty
tuo exjicriciued teachers. The Lit
erary department is well supplied, and
t-hcro are special teachers for all the
ornamental branches, there are lour
music teachers,, native teachers of
French and Gcriuao, t'fcrhers of draw
ing, puiutiug, needlework, waxwork.
&e. Tho colU-ge justly challenges
comparison. The luauogerneiit, too,
is what every judicium parent must
heartily commend. If yoti have daugh
ters to educate seud to the President,
Bev. I. C. Pershing, I). D., Pittsburgh
Ta., for catalogue. The thief recom
mendation of many schools is their
cxhorbitant chara, and yet there are
a kind of double duiicis who ustiiuute
the value of aehool, aJ of all thine
rie. t.y inejr charges, ami ho are on-
!v happy when jwyia lw',! j.ri.
The following item are from the
We henrd a lady boast the ether dnv
that she had made forty-one "calls" in
inreo Hours, ihisisa fraction more
limn four initiates to the visit, and yet
the dear creature cull that sociability.
We don't know whether this is
schedule time or not, but we'll wager a
bark switch against a piper collar that
each lady called oil knows every stitch
her visitor wears, and Iim made a rough
estimate of tho coat of tho outfit before
she leaves the honee.
Boiler Explosion At ha1fint
eleven o'clock on Wednesday niyht of
Jan week a Dmier at one or the I'rcn.
tice, Angell & Co. wells, on Mt. Hope,
exploded with great force, tearing tho
engine house to pieces, blowing the
boiler, which weighed about 3,500 lbs.,
a distance of 200 feet, and dangerously
injuring Rankin Arnold, one of the
drillers, who received a fractured skull,
a broken leg and severe scalds. Mr,
Arnold was in tho engine house at the
time of the explosion. The other work
men were in the derrick and escaped
injury. Tho explosion was caused by
A party of surveyors are encaccd in
laying out the new railroad route across
the Egbert, McCrsy r.,J Boyd. It
seems to be the prevailing opinion that
the Pennsylvania Petroleum IUilroad
is to ho pushed through to Oil City,
connecting at that point with the
Franklin Division of the Lake Shore
& Michigan -Southern Hailroad, there
by giving the N. V. Central or Van
dirbilt railroad interest both an east
ern and western connection.
At present tho grading is done
from near Titusville to some distauce
this stile of Shaffer farm, and is being
pushed ahead ns fast as nearly seven
hundred men armed with picks and
shove's can do the work. Ret. On.
A lengthened and exhaustive
series of experiments with a new alloy
caueu pnnspnorous oronte, which u
formed by a combination of phosphor
ous with dill'crnt prop'irtionsof tiu and
copper, have proved that it is ad intra-
Vlv a.rlanrnsl tr PAn!ut!nn 1 1 a rwvw.
wsj ixstuik.va n VCItin ii i; lltV tjtlMl. tlfflH III
and strain incident to heavv ordinance.
ana also to the mauutacture of nia
clnuery sunjectea to excessive strain
or violent shocks. Among the miner
ous purposes to which it may be applied,
lomaioi uriuiug toots. 1 lie alloy
may also be tempered so as to resist
the action of the file. It is claimed to
possess elasticity," hardness, tenacity
and durability far superior to that of
the best steJ. Herald.
A True Bill. "Brick" Pomcroy
says it requires more pi tick for a young
man to establish a printing office in a
country town, where ho is compelled
to be editor, canvassing agent, type
setter, proofreader, pressman, mailing
clerk, wood sawyer aud itemizer every
thine in tact, in order that ins paper
may live, than is required in any other
hnsiness. llo mus-t work hard and
live poor. Business men fail and leave
him to whistle for money which he
eanrrol very well do without. Sub
Bcribers rH about him, who profess to
he good, take his paper, then die, re
move to a distant town, or away with
out paying their debts. He is expect
ed to work for any man ot his party
who- may come up for othce ; to print
handbills, to advertise notice and fur
nish election tickets, often times for
nothin". He must be first and foremost
to encouratro evcrv enterprise of the
place, and tho last man to be paid for
wort done, iftDor perwrmeo, or innu
Don't Suffer your hair to fall off
when a bottle or two of Nature's Hair
Keetorative will check it. Splendidly
perfumed and as clear as crjstal. All
wide awake druggists sell it. See ad
vertisement. The Boston Post says : A young lady
swooned iu a Wisconsin church and
the doctors gave her up for dead. At
the funeral she arose and gave reasons
for postponing the ceremony which
were agreed by all the mourners to be
Suppose a feller what hits nothin,'
marries a gal what has nothin,' is her
things his'n, or his'n her'n, or is his'n
and her'n his'n?
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bindery as there is anywhere. Wc are
prepared to do all tho biuding which
moy bo brought to us, at low rates,
and satisfaction guaranteed. in pies
cau be seen at this office.
Mrs. Ilogcrs wishes to infurm her
fiieuds, and the public in general, that
she has jtifet returned from Buffalo with
a new and elegant stock of Fall aud
Winter millinery good?, consisting of
tho latest styles of Huts, Bonnets,
Silks, Velvets, Flowers, Feathers, Bib
bous Ac, which she is prepared to sell
cheap fur cuh. Her shop id to be
found over tho store of the Superior
Lumber Co. 20 tf
Foil Sale. One 20 Horse Power
Timber Engine and Boiler in good "
der. Inquire of D. i?. Knox,
1-tf. Tionesta, Pa.
Have you ever tried Nature's
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lighted with it. Clean, fiifu, and efli
cieiii. It is driviuc ull the iioMoiious
t oiuKiutids out of this warUt. It is
- r)ir ascryta1. rVo n.l vcrtitcmeat.
ForR Evil. Whoever habitual lv
uses any alcoholic nreperntion as an
"appetizer"' wUI be likely o sutler from
four evils, viz : an overplus of food In
tho stomach, impaired ability to digest
it, the panga of dspersia, and a doc
tor' bill. Dr. Walker's Vegetable
Vinegar Bitters, tho great Teetotal
Restorative of the age, without over
stimulating the palate or irritating tho
stomach, imparts a heathful appetite,
promotes digestion, regulates the liver
and bowels, purifies the blood, and
thus, instead of entailing four evils,
confers four inestiinablo benefits. 32 4t
Whkskas, The llonnrahleJninc Camp
bell President Judtronf the Court of Cum
mnn Pirns nnd Quarter Session in nnd for
the county of Forest, has issued his pre
cept fr holding a Court of Common Pleas
and Quarter Sessions, ,c., at Tionesta, for
the County of Korest, to i-oniiueiiee on the
fourth Mondny of Dee. next, Is-ing tho
2.rthdiiy of lco., ItsTI. Notice is therefore
(tiven to the Coroner, .lustier of the Pence
and Constable nl id eountv, that they he
then and there in their proper persons Mt
ten o'clock A. M., or said duvt with their
record. lniUisitions examinations nnd
other remembrances, ( ,m tloso things
which . their nfllccs appertain to he done,
a"l to thone who hound in wongnirjinee
to prosccutoagniust the prisoners Unit are
or bIibII I In the (all of Forest County ,tlmt
they 1 then and there to proseeute ogninst
them an shall Im lust, (ilvcn nndor mv
hnnd and sml this lioth duv of Nov.,A. 1
171. K. 1 HAVIS, Sk'tr.
per rH W. CLARK, PepiKy.
FOR DKC'EMIIKR TKRM. 1871.
Ford A Ijiov vs. T. MeClcwkev et al.
8. A. Ford et, al. vs. C. MeChmkev et. al.
ror.-Mt Countv vs. C. J. Fox, Into Trens,
Korest County vs. John O. ltrandon, late
Solomon Zenta v John B. Ijcsnard.
K. C. Hill vs. John It. I-OL'iinrd.
Cieorire K. Thayer vs. T. A. Nolnn A Co.
H. . ltontlev vs. J. T. Crovlo A Co.
Charles Iilper vs. Warren A Franklin Ity
V.. L. Jones vs. Tnniel Miirnhv.
Conimoiiwealtli fir use vs. John Miller et.
I. H. Walter vs. S. Whitman.
J. S. Mood vs. J. 11. Minw.
II. H. Thniuns et. al. vs. ltenj. May et. uT.
M. Anns ljtmb vs. lk-n. May et. al.
K. 1-, lllood vs. James i'ainler.
Charles lliuton vs. Proper v Hill.
I.lovd A I.cwis for uso vs. K. K. Itoberts.
Kvalins Cmii et. al. uUArdinus, heirs and
lejtul representatives of Wm. Armstrong
d"e'd vs. CIism. J. Ftx.
F. T. I.usk vs. William It. Cism.
P. Minnlii t- Co. vs. lienrire S. Hunter.
Jus. A. Lewis et. in, vs U. C. tstt-ohenson.
K. I.. Jones vs. (ieoriro V. Freemnn et. al.
II. II. May vs. James T. Whlaner ct. al.
II. II. May vs. John Miller et. al.
Harmony Township vs. O. C. tt A. It. lty.
fleorffo W. Dean vs. S. Caldwell.
W. A, llolenba. k vs. C. S. Hiehardson.
Adda Hunter vs. (. Oilninn.
J. II. AUXEW, Troth v.
November 13, 171. 3-;tt
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THE VOLUME FOR 1872
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will be repeated with tho present volume.
Tho publishers have purchased and repro
duced, at great expense, tho beautiful oil
painting by Skis, entitled "D.imk N
tchk's St iiooi,." Tho chromo Is llxl.l
inches, and is an exact fnc-siinile, in size
and appearance, of tho original picture.
No American chromo, which will at nil
compare w ith it, has yet been oll'orodat re
tail for less thnn the "price usked for Til K
ALIilXP. and it together. It will Imj de
livered free, with tho January number, to
every subscribers who pays for one year
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ly, ns our ngeut, will apply, ith reertnee,
enclosing n tor outrii.
JAMES SUTTON & CO,,
23 Liberty St., New York.
PITH OLE VALT-EY R'Y.
AX AXI AFTF.U Mondny, Juno 5. IST1,
w i rains will run us loiiows : -
STATIONS. ' Xo. '. ' Xo. 4,
Olefipolis, 10.4i!am 8 10 p m
lienueii, ju.9 - a.-.-a
WcHwIs lil.;W " .H.IS
Prnthers Mill 10 24 " 8.10
Phholu City 10.10 ' 2.55
No. I. No. 8.
8.4i a m 1.40 p m
8..VI " 1..V!
sun " a. in
aii r.xtra Train leaves rithoio city on
Saturdays at tl. 10 p. in. making close con
nection at i lcnHlis with Trains on the Oil
Creek .v Alleglieny Kiver Kail way forCnr
ry and Intermediate points.
"Return Traill leaves Oleopolis nt 7.15 p,
ni.. nrrivingut Pitholn Citv at 7.51.
All other Trains make close connections
at Oleopolis with trains on the Oil Creek it
Allegheny River Ilnilwnv, North and
Two Linos of Stages run daily hot ween
Pitholo Citv. Miller ! arm ami Pleasant
villa, niakiugeoiinection witharrivingaud
departing I mills. J. 1. ulAtlt,
FIO. ItlSllOP, Sup't,
Tieket Agent, Pithole City, Pa.
OX AND AFTER II P. P. Sunday May
1, 1870,, Trains arrive at ami leave the
I'nion Depot, corner of Wusliinton and
j.iuerty street, as follows;
Sfuil Train, 1.H0 a m ; Fast Line, 12.12 i
m ; Well's accommodation No. 1, ll.'JO a m
Hrinton uii'oiiimodatioii No 1, 7.50 a ill
Wall's aivoinmndation No 2, 8.55a m ;C'in
einuuti express Uinit Johnstown ae
commoilatiou 10.5U a ill ; llruddiH-k's ae
(viniiiiixlatioii No 1, 7.00 p ill ; Pittsburgh
express 1..I0 p in; 1'ucihc express 1.60 p iu
Wull's accoiuiuodution No il, 2.J15 p m
Honiewootl uceoinmodution No I.U.55 pm
i uu s accommodation ?.ni, n.ao p m
Itrinton uccoinniodation No 2, 1.10 p ui
W'uy Passenger 10.20 p in.
Southern express 6.20 a m ; Pueblo ex
Iiress 2.40 a m ; Wall's uccoiuniodatioii No
, B.oOu m i Mail Train 8.10 a m ; llrinton's
nmsinimodution 1 1.20 a m ; liraddock's
commiMliitioii No I, 5.10 p iu ; Cincinnati
express 12JI5 p til ; Wall's nccotiiuitslation
N 2, 11.51 u m ; Johnstown accoiun odation
4.0." p m ; Homewond aecoinmodathiii No
1, 8.50 p m; Philadelphia express 3.50 p in
Willi uccointiiudutiou No 3,3.05 p m; nil s
ncisiiiiiuislation No 4, 0.05 p III : l ast Lino
7.40 p in; Wull's No 3. 11.00 p III.
Tho Church Trains leave Wull's Station
every Sunday ut 11.05 a. in., reaching Pitts
burgh ut 10.05 a. in. Returning leave Pitts
hunch ut 12.50 p. m., and arrive ut all
Station ut 2.10 p. iu.
Cinciunuti express leaves d lily. South
em express ilailv except Moi .lav. Alloth
t-r Trains daily, except Sunday.
For further information aplv to
W. II. HECKWITI1, Agent.
Tho Pennsylvania Railroad Compunv
will not assume anv Risk lor Jtnggago ex
ecpl for Wearing Apparel, and limit their
rsponsilulity to One Hundred Dolluisvul
tie. All bugg-.ige exceeding that a mutt
in value wilt be ut the risk of the. ucr,
unless taken by special contrai l.
A. J. CASSAl
General Superintendent, AUoona Pa.
AdKXTS WANTKI) KOR
LIFE m UTH
Re in if an lljrjioae oj the, Seereet Ritet
and Mii'ter'at of ihfmoniem.
Willi a full anil uiithentio historv of
Polygamy, by J. II. Bcudlc, l'.diter of tho
Salt ljiko R"iortcr.
Agents are uu.eting witli un poet n toil
j siicehs, one reMrls lNj fcubscrioers iu tour j
mil 9, uuiili'r it 111 io Hill n, t-iro lor i
Circulars uud sec v. hat the press svsofl
the u..rU, Nufior.nl Piil.li-libig Co.. Phlu., i
NEW GOODS I
WOOLLEN GOODS !
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
and othor articles too nnmsron to men
lion, Just received at
Water Street, Tionetla, Pa.
T J E hove Just employed one of tho best
cutters tn the State, and our
Cannot ie surpassed in Western Pennsvl-
vanin, and ull goods and tits warranted' to
GIVE US A CALL,
and wo will suit you, or pcrifch in the at-
I uir.isiJONNFis .rt-o:.!';,1,
T E A STORE!
Tlie place to buy evry variety of Ihe
AT Til a
L 0 WRST PRICKS,
Is nt tho 'oxicnslvo Tea Store of
II. T. CIIAFFEY,
where you enn always find a largo aMortv
inent ol tho bi-siTeas nt New Y'ork prioaa.
A Inrg assortineiit of
Groceries and rrovLslons,
lino((iiiiled In (innlityniidchoapnrssbysny
oilier store In Wnrreii county, always oil
hsnd. The people of Forest county vlit
snve money by purchasing their u ppllo
at this nhice. r
Rest brands of
FA MIL I F L O UR,
dsllvered at any depot on tho linoof tkt R',
Storo on Main St. nenr tho Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE
I V YOU W A NT a perfect lit nnd a good
I article of Roots mid Shoes, of tho bussl
workmanship, go to
II. Ii. JIct'AXC'irM,
3!) C ENTRE STREET, OIL CITY, PA.
.TtJff-attsTiietlon euiirantoed. 2-33 tf.
WATCH MAKER & JEWELER,.
Ard Dealer in
yATcn:s, jkwfluy, and
M USICAL INSTIl U
Kepairing done iu a workmatilikw
muiiiHT uiul warranted to givO aatii
R E Y N 0 LOS.B RDll D H EA DXCO
1 Centru Sl., opposite Post Ollice, '
OIL CITY, PENN'A.
FOREICN AND DOMESTIC
DRLS.S GOODS, CARPETIXO,
OIL CLOTHS. BOOTS & SU0L
II A TS A CA I'S, TRDDIIXGS -NOTION;,
RIFLES, SHOT-GUNS KEVOLV&
film iniiterlals of every" kind. tWritfl for
Price List, to Great Westerly Gun AV'orks,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Arnivgurts ami -Ituvol-'
vers bought or traded jor.w.geiits wantl.-
Wk AOKNl-S, vy where t
If rllt I I.U canvas tor our groiU 0O1
I.AR I'nper. A llnofJ.00Steel.K 'gfav.iitf
given toovory siibsorils'r. . KxIniorHinnj-r-induceiuents.
Address U. IS. Rl'SSKI.L,
Iloston, Muss. 1U--U
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS
lio you want a situntinn as igent,
l(H-nl or traveling with chalice -to
muko $j to 8-0 per (lav selling our
new T strand White U'ire Clothes
Liles? They last forever, satcpla
Iree, so thero Is no risk. Address at one
Hudson River Wiro Works, cor. Wator
St., A Maiden Lano, N. Y., or Hi Deurluru
St., Chicago, 10 4t
AO K NTS WANT-KIM For tho BnilUnk
WlttV R(M)k - , ;
THE MIMIC WORLD,
AND PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS.
Ry Olive Logan. I'lonses overvbodv:
will soil immensely is genial, jauiitvund
rmro-toned hns titlo in 5 colors, and V
Illustrations. Nothing like it ! Canvass-lug-Hook
a raro beuutv. New World
Publishing Co., 7th .t Market Sts., Phila.
Tyo TICK. Whcrens letters tostuinsntary
lv to tho estate of 11. K. A. Stlngle, lai
of Kingsloy Township, ileh'd, have been
granted to tho subscriber, all persons In- ,
debted to said estatoare rwp-iested to ninka
Inunoiliuto payment, and those having
claims or demands against tho ostato of
said decedent, will muko known nnd pre
sent the wne without delay, duly authen
l;RKU CK. I.KDAROUR, Kxoeutor.
8-Ut Kingsley Township.
M. P. GETCHELL,.
HATS &c OAFS,
Ac, Ac, tc, . , .
COr.XElt MAIS t DEro f STS
Mas tlie T.nrgest and most Cnniplot Stnlt
now on hand, of any store in
Having imivliiixcd my stock einra
the reat doclino in Gold, I can sell
poods cheaper than any Drv Goods
House in tlio Oil Ieion. 'Poraona
purehasinjj goods of liio will save 2
1-ercetit. M. P. GETCHELL.
'fid ioti to, April 11, 1870. 4-l!n
Tl3 Republican Office
i A- s-iiini
i'S con:it:nt!v on hand a lnree as-
'iiimentol 'iiliLiik Deeds. Morlirne'i m.
.-Miij)iieo.i.s, Wurraiits, Summons, Ac. to
sold cheap for cah. If.
WORK . neatlv ex's-titcd at tiiis ofj. .
al r.i -ii--, :tl . U- r iirs.