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TL'ESD IT MUm, DlT. S. 1571.
Fact for Gnmblerj.
It is th ril!rtn of tlir tVtnnrrntir
rreM fn pritioWe nnd trrnnildp nt the
finntlelnl fmlirv nP In National Ail-iniiiisivnii'-n.
tn reply tn these c-rit
nnd pmmhlcr, the Albany Fretting
Jonwtt tvrfinentlv observes:
''1 Tlip U'-pnlilii-iin jmriv lw re
duced tnven within the nf five v-r
t 'he nuvmnt nf S215.S4S 827.32;
thfit i. it has thrown off iitp win -h
'V ii. I hnvp pr.,iir. n quarter nf bif
Vn f revenue n venr. or two n'ml a
half time n much nn is now annually
paid on the rmhlic deht.
''2. Tlie Repulitiean' pariy h'i re-thii-f
1 the current runninsr expendi
ture (if the Government, apart from
those stated amount which prow mil
of the WHr; (in that while rlii-v reach
cd the sum f S 17.1.520 371 77 f..r the
ye.ir ending .Tittie IV). 18(!H. they only
nsirropitftl fi)",6-IS.,V.l2 30 fur venr
ending June SO, 1871.
"3. It tuns, appear rnnclns,! voly thnt
tlie reduction of the Niiiiniinl 1 1 I t i-
not rin terl hy heavy taxation, lull in
iite of large decrease of taxes. It is
etfecied ly it vigorous retrenchment of
expenditure ami lv aonesl service.
And it further iippenrs tlmt this Ad
iniirstration, instead of 'not doing ntiy
mure thnii the previous one,' is dninj;
infinitply More. It is paying min-h
more of the ilelit on a much smaller
r.Ho nf taxation. If iIip. same rates
were prevailing now as under .I.ihn.
fnn'a administration. President Grant
would pat ' three hundred and fifty
million of the delit u year, instead of
Death of an old Printer.
A veteran printer, John S. Greene,
died at indi tinpolis, Indiana, a few
days ago. He was in the eighty eighth
year id' his age, nnd was prohuhlv ' the
oldest printer in the country. At the
aire of ten years ho was brought to the
United States from Donegal,' Ireland,
by hid parents, who loaned in Lan
caster, Pennsylvania. He remained
there, serving his apprenticeship in
printing business until tlm breaking
nut of t he war of 1812, w hen he enlisted
in the Pennsylvania militia, nnd serv
ed until the cessation of hostilities.
He then went to Philadelphia, but re
mained there only a sh rt time, go
jug thence west to Viueennes, nnd
finally retracing his steps to Pittsburgh.
There he remained until 1814, when
Le again went West, to Indianapolis,
and there worked nt his trade until
1818. He then purchased it farm, u
few miles from Indianapolis, and there
epent his summers, working in the w n
ter at bit- trade in town. In 1847 -le
withdrew from active life altogether,
nnd ever after lived on his fitrm. Re
cently his healtn rapidly failed, the
result (if old nge, and his death occur
red on the 17th, at the le-idcme of
relatives in Indianapolis. He leaves
(to family, never having been married.
In accordauue with his oft repeated
request, bis remains were takeu to
Pittsburg and interred.
-We clip the following items from
the Clarion Democrat:
A hoy went into the mill, near Ship
pcarijle, a few days ago, mid stole Mr.
II nun's gold watch, which was hang
ing up.: At latest accounts the watch
hud not beeu recovered.
We have neglected heretofore to no
tice the fact, that another brass baud
lias been oraiiized in town, and under
the leadership of Mr. A. Bonnet, the
new musicians will soon bo ready for
engagements. Already, they play sev-
rl pieces quite well.
Joseph Cochran, Iq , of Brnokville,
tint.! on Mood iv id last week. He
f riuerly resided in Limestone town
ship, this county, and was a highly es
t -eiiied citizen. Lug n Justice of the
Pnaee, nnd tilling tdder in the Presby
terian church, lie was well and lavo'r
ably known throughout this section of
country. Though well advanced !n
years, his death came rather unexpect
edly. But bis consistent Chris:ian life
gave evidence of bis preparation for
the life everlasting.
Thb house of Hamilton Corbett, in
Clarion township, with nearly all its
contents, uas burned, on Monday even
ing lust. The lire caught, in some
manner, in it room and ws so far ad
vanced when discovered, that little
projjem could im s ived. The house
wan rather uJ l, and not vry valuable,
but Mr. C. uud lauiily mll't-r great lo
from having all their household p.,
iioii but uel, especially at this sen-
of ibe year. It is reported tiiere
was no i'jsu ranee.
Da X(; Knot's G kkkn backs. Peter
sou's Counterfeit Detector says that
within a we k past a number of c
eecdiiigly d.mgerous couutci feils have
mnd their appearance. H.v large
the number may be cannot he known,
for the counterfeit is so nearly faultless
thai, it is with the utmost ddiiculty
that it cull he distinguished from the
genuine. The i-puiiuns bill is a twen
ty d dl.ir ureeiibuek. The only Weak
point in the execution .ee...s to he the
central figure, which is 11 little loo
ifoar.-ely done. Win n presented in a
p.uiku)it', however, this liuru is not
cf it in rapid counting, ii iciuir bid
den by the baud or theovei lying bills.
'I he other oi. its of the bill arc so ex
celleut as to stand the test of the
sintMgest light. . We are told that two
or three banks have been deceived by
lh.) bids. l'h re has not b u a more
(1 1 ii;.'' r on eouiiUi;;il Iiut.llljut. Ljjk
fit- for thorn
Tlie Erie Dispatch has the follow,
lug brief but interesting sketch id" a
"Young America" oil man "Mr,
Joint II. Gaily is the acknowledged
leitdr id' operators at Parker's Land
ings although lip in young in years. In
Appearance hi? is but a boy yet. About
three years ago he bought a half inter
eft in 'The Island'' at Parker's Land
;titr fr the sum of 810,000, paving
8100, all the money 1 e was possessed
of Ht the time, to bind the bargain,
lie nmnng'd to borrow SO.flOO. and
paiil lor his property.- One well was
producing forty barrels daily when he
made the purchase, mid afterwards
steadily increased l seventy barrels,
nnd up tn the present lime has netted
Mr. Gaily eioG.OOO. He to.w controls
one hundred and seven wells, and his
income is 818,000 tt month. Fortune
favors him in nearly every instance.
When .Inn. II. Gaily buys a piece of
'wild cnt' territory and commences to
put down n test well, other operators
rush on immediately, nnd secure a
lease before bis 'big veil' is struck.
Although this young man is traveling
on the highway to prim-ely fortune, be
doesn't put nn airs. The casual ob
server cannot select him from among a
group of the most modest and plain
young men of the town."
We are again eal'ed upon to record
the dentil of one nf tlie carl V scttlrts o(
our township. Mr. Jotls G. Hi:tj
W'OltTH passed from earth away, nti the
evening of the 20th inst , nrti-r a lin
tiering illness, nt cancer. Mr. S. vm
born in Germany, in . I).. 180 emi
grated to Laiicaslpr enuiiiy. Pa. in his
I4ih year. About the year A. I)., 1824
r 25, he, came tn the neighborhood of
Frvbiirjf, nnd married Marv C"K.
Mai, Me. lie then rem ived to Stsrk
county, Ohio, where he remained about
two years, and. then returned to this
township, it in 1 has resided within Its
bounds ever since. Mr. S.wasa man ol
great energy, and enterprise. He wa
at dillerent limes engaged in the iron
business, smelting ore, boating metal,
and in tlit lumber trade. lie planned
an I laid out our thriving village, and,
was, it. .til within a few months of his
death, the widely known and popular
landlord, at this place. Last Fcbrna
ry he retired to his private residence,
in this vilage, where he remained un
til the time t hi.-death. Mr. S. was
a hrm Iieinocrat, and it good citizen,
a id in his death the party have lost a
firm gjpporler, nod l lit. conrnunity
one tn whom llley are indebted for
ni hit of the comforts they enjoy. Cor.
An examination of the report fir a
year shows that in the Hucreiciile &VJ
wcll have been a. inudoued during the
year ending Nnv.1,1871 ; that of these,
2o8iave been resumed, a. tn-t aliati
doiiiueiit of 001 wells, or 48.4 p.T
month; the uvcrage number of pro
diieing wells was 3,772. From this it
appears that all wells would, if no lieu
ones were drilled, be finally abuudoited
in about seventy ciht mouths, or thai
the average life of a well is thirtv-uiue
mouths, or three nnd oue-i'ourth years.
We Clip the following items from
the Warren Ledger:
While this has been a hard year for
lumbermen, they lire not discouraged,
but are going right oh' to make it (heir
busbies again llie coming winter to
stocli the mills and gel out timber for
running. An acre or more of bob
sleds are piled up around the several
blacksmith shops in town, only await
ihg snow to be taken into the woods.
Those engaged in lumbering are usual
ly a brave class, and do not ul'ow tri
fles to disturb llieircaleubilions. They
lire looking forward to another season
to make them all right ; ami we trust
they will not be disappointed.
A correspondent informs us that fi
yotiu; man named George Wilson, was
killed about olie mile iibovu Spring
Creek Station recently, ' (!hu time , is
not nuined), by a log rolling over him.
He was ut work on the premises of St.
John near St. John's Mid. II was
building a skid way for loading los
on a log car. He slipped and fell the
log rolling over him. Hu survived
but fifteen minutes,
Thn Elk Democrat of last week
contains the two following items:
During the past week some four or
five new building have been
in St. Mary's, and are licing
rtinidlv onward to completion, should
it continue to build up us fast during
the coining year as it has the pa-t, it
will undoubtedly be 11 large place, and
the now vacant laud will all be taken
up inside of the borough limits.
A report is in circulation that there
are some six or seven cases of small
pox in St. Mary's. We ure pleased to
lie able to state that this report is ut
lerly false. There has not been auv
(uses of the kind there.
Last liiutMiav, z- inst., Jacoti
.M tiler a resilient ot this place, shot a
man, whose n.iine we have hot learned,
in the leg with a loud of buck-shot
Jacob said he was 'Moulin' " with tin
gull when it went oil'. The man that
was shot is boarding at Millers and ut
the time of the accident, "all hands"
were under the influence uf "the ur
dei.t." .. A dcucate.
A ll. -1 ki:i.i:, I'ushier Tionc&ttt
Savings Ii.ink, has lici-n uppoiuted
aeut for llie celebrate I " lniuati Line
Oiean Sieaincrs," al thU place. Any
person desirous ot' going to Europe or
bringing i'riemU to this country, will
do well lo call on .Mr. Steele, who will
furnish them with all the iul'oruiutiou
Font Eviut. -Whoever habitual ly
uses any alcoholic preperations ns an
"appetizer" will be lively to sufler ficin
lour evils, vi. : un ivcrdus of toi'd in
the stnmai h, impaired ability to digest
it, the pangs of dspei sin, and a doc
tor's lull. Dr. Walker's Vegetable
Vinegar Itiltcis, the great Teetotal
Kotorative of the age, without over
stimulating the palate or irritating (lie
stomach,. imparts a heati.ful appetite,
promote digestion, regulates the liver
and bowels, purifies the Id I, sin I
thus, instead of entailing liuir evils,
confers lour imstimuhie benefits. 32 4t
Don't be Poisoned with tlie sticky,
filthy, dangerous Hair Preparations,
but use Nature's Hair Restorative,
which is perfectly clear ami transpar
ent, and entirely free from all danger
ous drug. Itnill positively restore
Gray Ilnir, prevents the Hair from
falling oil', w ill eau-e it go wh-n prema
turely lost, removes dandruff and
keeps the head in a perfectly healthy
cmditinii. Try a boltlcnud heatisticl
that it is the greatest discovery of the
age. Procter Bros, Gloucester,
Side Agents for the Patentee. All the
Druggists have a full supply. i?cead
Till if, I.I NT.
rOU 1K KMI;-! TKhM. 1871.
1'ord A Ijlev vs. T. Mef!ikev et l.
. A. I'ord et. vs. ('. .Mef li'i'key et. n!.
Kornt fonnty vs. f. .1. l'ox, Wte Tiea".
i.oie4 founiy vs. John (J. liramlon, late
Solonion Zont- v. .Toliii II. Leonard.
K. f. Mill vs. .lolin II. l.e;nanl.
(ieoi'up K. Thaver vs. T. A. Nolan Co.
It. S. ItentJcy vs. J. T. f royle .tr fo.
flnir.es I .eeper v.. Wanvii A Franklin Hv
V.. I.. Jones vs. Pnnlel Murehv. '
Commonwealth for use vs. John Miller et.
1 II. Walter vs. S. Whitman.
,1. S. Hood vs. .1. It. Shaw.
If. S. Thomas et. a1, vs. l!eol. May et. al.
M. Anna Lnmliv. lleni. M:vy cU a'.
K. I., liamd vs .tame fainter.
i'hats lliiitolivs. fro; er ,t' (.Jill.
I. lnyd V Lewis for u-e vs. It. It. KolwrN.
Kval ne i'ooii eU al. irunrdmns, heirs and
le :al represent tij viv of Win. Ariustroiiit
dw d vs. f has. J. Kox.
K. T. I.usk vs. William tt. Conn,
f. M nnimt' Co. v. He rie S. Ifun'er.
las. A. I.ewi et. nt. vs It. C. t-piiensm.
K. I., .tones vs. (ieoijjp V. foreman et. ul.
II. II. Mav vs. .Inines T. Whi-neret. al.
II. II. May vs. John Miller et. al.
Harmony Township vs. o. f. A A. H. It.
(Sonrifo W. fean vs. S. Caldwell.
W. A, llolnnbsu-k vs. C. H. Itiehardson.
.VtUbt Hunter vs. (I. liilmuti.
J. li. AUNKW, frotliv.
November 13, 1871. 33-3'
Whkbkas. The Ilonor.ilileJaniesCmnn
I o ! 1 f resident .lud-je of the ( 'ourt of Com
mon fleas nnd (Juai-terSe.-Hions in nnd loi
Hie Ciinnty of Forest, has issued his pre
cept for holding a Court of Common f lean
Quarter Session, dyer and 'I erminer and
(ieneral Jail lel;very, at Ticmsta. for
the County of l-'orest, to eommenee r.n the
aiurth Monday of I lev. lies', bain tile
LSthdayof lee., 171. Notice In therefore
If.ven to tlie Coroner. Ju-ticesof the fence
and f onsialiles o said county, that thev be
then imd ther- ill thoir ir- per persons at
ten o'clock, A. M., of s:t d day, with their
records, 10411. si ions examiiint ons and
other reinouilira ii-h, to 1I0 tleise thin.m
w hi. h totlli'ir olliees nppertahi to lie done,
aiidtotliov who hound in reeognizance
to pr.weciitpii raiiist the pris ners that are
or shall he in the ia.il of I' orest County.tliaf
thi'y hu tln'ii and there to iiroweuteajainst
thein as Klia'.l he just. Civcn under my
hand and seal Hum 'Jilth day n:' Nov., A. li,.
1S71. i:. L. DAVIS. Sli If.
per I. W. t'LAKK, feputy.
a n 1 1: a v I. i:r
M'. Samuel Hell, or W. K. S lumut rf
10 , Whole-ale Hoot and Shoo Mannl'aejur
ers, 31 Killli avenue, Pit'shuruli. fa., has
li.'CO nlll etc, I with chronic rheumatish Ini
tio ty years, roui his rijiht hip to his foot,
hnvimi to use a ruteh and a cane, at times
so painful ns to ufierlv neaoaclta'p h 111
fr' 111 at'endinir to his Irisiness. Ilnvinir
tried overv remedy known, without efl'.s-i,
excei t (ii'lilaiid's falu Killer, ho was
final y iielu -od to try it. A second applica
tion enabled him to' lav nsido his crutch.
and a third cll'-cie I a perm incut. cure. Mr.
it' ll is a popular and wcl -known ciiien.
is a li vim; monument of tiie cllacaty of
tlmt irceaf me.ll -al dNcovery, (iil l oKps
fain Killer. The Hill cted sleinld ask their
iiriH-er or dru gist tor i', and try its won
der ul power. Mr. 1 iiil.land, we under
stand, wau'a n reepeetable nji nt in every
town nnd 1- un'.v lor it. Tlie principal of
lieo is at 7-Third Avenue, fittslmi h fa.
- ' , :il-4t
ll'rolilahlv F.itiilo,y inaiit.
We desire to cnga're a few more ngents to
sell tho world-renowni'd improved Ituek
eyc (Si v;iig Machine, at n liberal salary or
on cooiiti Hsion. A hori-e and wa ton given
tinren's. Full pni'tieuhirs furnished - n
apolie foil. A 1 id rest W. A. IIKM1K1!.
SUN A- C.. Oenerai Aleuts, Cicvelund, 1 .
or St Louis, M i. 3l-4t
J U RU BEB A.
Is a South American plant that has been
used tor many years by the medical
faculty of lhoe eo'iinti ,es with wonderful
ellicacy, and Ik a Surcand f erfeel Kemud
lor ail tis. a-c of tiie
l.iver and Soleen, Enlar:;cinent or Ob
struction of lul'st.iiei, Ir'nary,
Uterine, or Abdominal Orjuns,
fovcrly or a want of r.lood, I it
lerniittent or Remittent "
Fevers. Inllaina'l in ot
tiie l.iver, liropsy,
Hlood, Abscesses, Tumors, Jaundice,
Scrofula, I ivspepsia, Ague nnd Fever, or
Dr. WELLS' Extract of JURUBEBA
is a most pi rl'eet alterative, and Is offered
to tlc pubic m a nr at in vi rorator and
remedy lor ad 'iiipur.t.eN ot the blood, or
for organic, weakness with their Hlteudaut
cvds. For the foregoing complaints
Dr. W ell3' Extruct of Jurubeba
is eontideutly reconuiu'iided to everv
lauiily as a hoi.Hchold rciin dy, and should
heir ei taken 111 ail derangements of tlie
it is .N't iT A fin Sir It is not what is
popularly called a ItlTTI'.l.S. nor is ,t in
tended as such ; but is fiuipiy a powcriul
aileiative giving licaHh, viuo'r and lone to
all the vital mrces, and animates anil lorti
liesa I weak a. .(I ivmphatie tempi r.uncnls.
JOHN ij. Kl'.hl.uiili, flail St., New
York Sole Agent for llio United States.
I'riee 11110 Dollar per bottle. seii(l lor
: WATCH FRFF m A-ents to imro-
i du ' nrCeles that i-ell in every hoiiHe.
; I .a a iV Co., Pittsburgh, fa. ili 41
I Th.. Republican Ollice
KEI'PS constantly on hand n lame as
sortment 01 Hlauk heeds, Morlgag.,
1 kiuhueiias. Warrants, Summons, V to
f hoiioid obfp for h. t.
Woman Know Tliynrlf.
The ttrent piililien't-n bv tr. rieivieo
WOM AN AM A WJFK AND MOTH Kit.
will save you money mid sntlVrinj.
Aleuts wnnted i very where t lmis prefer
red ror terms n lilriis Win. It. livens ,V
fo., 740 Siinsoin St., riulndelpliia. is -it
qi nnri'v,n''0 ,n n n,,,n ,m ,,i,p
vl" 'Va .'ent. eanvns-lnir for
THE GUIDE BOARD.
Hv Hr. W. W. Ilnll. Ai-rnts Wnnl.l. It
N. MeKinnev t Co., j(! North 7th S'reet,
fhila. fa. ' 2- 4t
lustrations in any i.o.k a rent, tree o
clause Addre Nationa. f ublishinir Co.
f liiladelphia, fa.
OK THE STATE OF I'KN KSYLVANIA,
MAHKKT ST., west of 17th, flUKA.,
Ke-ojieim Sepfember inth. ts"l. Thoroii(rh
Co leuiate I ia niicr for the pra -lien nl'M n
lOniiineeiinir, Civil I'nirinreriiif;, Meelmni
enl Kn rinccrinir. Analvtieal lu:iistrlal
Che istry. Mejillur;-y n i d Areliiteeture.
The t iploma of the t'o le(te is received as
roiie'tislve evidence of proficiency liy t .e
tir-t eierineprs nnd eompan os einja "ed in
works of iniproveini'iit. l-'or Ifith Annual
Aiinonneeineiil, mldress Al.l-'HKII I..
IvKNNKIiY, M. I)., frest.ot Kuculty. S9-4t
n!5FNT If"1" week nn per
rtukii iv ( eelltnutl-sj.i.lXI tlleasli
, . , .( pri.es. iulorniatiin
m ile X. feinnte. 1 f,,.0. Addrcs Anier;-
can HiMik C., C2 Will.nm St.. N. V. 40 4!
Patented Novemper 1, l7rt.
Samples free at al roeerv stores. II. A
HaitleitiV t. o., fhila le:iihin, fa. r.-4t
AUKNT8 t Mint rr.vNM
Wanted lorVIl LKj r VJ W THE
The Oneen fitvns it wan and is The
Ham et of 40 venm a-o. 'I he Ureal City
of vesterdav. The Sinoulderini; Kuins of
to-ilay. Aj;raphi. weount of its unexam
pled r se and vivid pietu e of its sudden
detraction hv Co hert J- Chntnt'oriain, Kd-itor-of
the "Cllll'Mlu TKIItl'Ni:. Kye-w,ines-e
nnd urent sufferers from the lor
rilile visitation. Ad the main facts and
Incident attending this irreate--t calamitv
of the isiuntrv, are portrayed w ith sur
passed distinctness nnd power, tlie elleet
on Comuierce, Insurance, iVe.. fiuly dis
cussed, nnd details ot a worid'b syinpa
thet:e reKH'nw iieordel.
KulSy il'ustravd. I'riee low. Atents
shou d' apply imniediately as the sale will
he liuni Tise. I'irenlars free, lliihhnrd
Itros. f nlilishe s. San-om St., fhiln.
CAUTION. Ileware id" in'erior works.
He sure villi iret COl.UKU A Lll.V M I1KK
AOKNTS WANTED FOlt
.0 11 . o . 10 i ou. i .o.b.i.t (K4 and
and their mutual interrelations 1ore, its
laws. Cower. Ac., Iiv frol. O. S. t'owler.
Sen I for Circulars and specimen paves.
Address National f ublishing Co., V liila.
AGENTS W.VNTKD. Fxolusive territo
ry granted on the
PICTORIAL HOrIS BIB'.F.
Contains over ftotl Illustrations. Is a
complete rbrnry of ltihlieal Knowled'.'e.
Kxcellsa'l oihers. In Enjlish and lietinan
Send for Circulars, Wm. Flint A Co. I'hil
delplna, Pa. SJ-4t
p ii:ksiivjii;ia cen
ANAXI) AFTER II P. f.
V 1, IS7U, Trains arrive at and
Union liepot, corner of Wushintoii and
Liberty street, as follows;
MailTrain, IO a in; Fast I.ino, 12.12 a
ill ; Well h accommodation No. l,e.-0a in
Itrinton aceommodation No 1. 7. Ml a in;
Wall's aei-nmmodatioii No s..Viu m ;Cin
cinnati exprea ll.-U a 111 ; Johnstown ac
commodation M.oU n 111 ; Itraddoek h llc
e iiiinodation No 1, 7.1HI pin; f ittslmrli
express I. SO p 111; faeiiic express l.fni p in ;
Wall a accommodation No :t, a.: p in;
llomcwood aeeoiniiKxlation No 1,11.5 , p 111;
Wall's aceommodation No 4, A. .Ml p 111;
Itrinton accommodation No 2, 1.10 p m J
Way Passenger la.-e p in.
Southern express 5.0 a in : raeillc ex-
Iiress i.4ii a 111 ; vt all h accommodation No
, li.-'tfla 111 ; Mail Train s.ln a m ; Itriuton's
lu-eoniuiodatioii 1 .-( a m ; llruddoek'n ac
eommodation Nol.."i.lO p 111; Cincinnati
express 12.:Wi n 111; Wall s aeconiiin
11.01 a 111 ; .lolinslou 11 aeciaiiii'oiiaiion
4.0a pm; llomewi) al aecoiiuuodation .No
1. 8 Si) p 111 ; f hilade:phin express 3.',0p mj
Wall aeeoniinodatioii ,ii:t,:t.U ,p 111; all s
iicconiinnilation No I, (1.0 1 p 111 ; l'iusl Lino
7.10 p 111: Wall s No 3, 11.' I) p 111.
Tho ciiurcii Trains leave Wall's Station
every Sundav at t'.u a. in. reai-hing f it la
burgh at in. 5a. id. Ketiirning lenvo f it!s
biirgh at l..iVip. in., and arrive at Wall's
Station nt :'.! p. 111.
t'inciiiha'i exiiress leaves 1) lily. South
ern express dailv except Mo, lay. All oth
er Trains daily, except Sunday.
For further 'in. urination apl'v to
W. If. Itl-.CKWITJI, Agent.
Thn Pennsylvania Itailroad Company
will U"t assume an v llisk lor liaggage e
cept iiir Wearing Apparel, and limit their
rspoiisibilitv to me llio.dred Holla' 1 val
ue. All bajrago exceeding that a omit
in value will bo al tin; risk of tiie ;ner,
unless taki :n by special contract.
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(ieneral Siiieriuteiident, Altoonn fn.
FKKK :t MONTHS (IN Tit I A I..
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J ANTKM AHKNT.S
V nell the celebrated
?J1 sr day 1 to
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inukes tliolock stiteli. ' a ikeon
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Attention Agents Think of This
I eopieg of Iirockett'a History of tlie
I Fi anco l ieruiau War, sold first (ill days.
It will soon contain a lull hUlory of ilie
bloody liebetboii 111 lu'is, uiakiuu nearly
' tiiri pages and I.Vi elei-'aiit illustrations, and
; will sell 5 limes ta-ter than heretofore,
i frice only tJ.'si. Incomplete works,
I written 111 the iutirest ol the Irish mid
French, are being otic re I with old cuts,
nod 'fir w mil ol' mer.t claiming to be of
ficial, A-c. liewar 1 of su -h. itiockelt's in
both Fnlish and (ieruiau, is tho ne sl 1111-
pu'liul, popular, ro.ialile, cheap unit a.l
;-il!iix uo'k extant. Look l yenr in-te,e-.ts,
hti'ike quickly and you can coin
m Uey. 1 irculars In e and terms excel'ed
h 'ii. iie. A. II. HllHIAKh, fublinher,
1 4 m ChoBtnul. u, fhiln. 12-4w.
Contain no LAC KULVll VIl-Xo
SVCAi: OF I.KAD-So L1TJI
A h'd-Xo XJTHATK OF Slh
VICll. and u entire; free from the
Voimnou and Health destroying
Drugs nseti tit oirr Hair 1'repara
tiona. Transparent and plenr ns ervstnl. It ir'11
not soil toe llnest tnlirie, perteetlv SAFF.,
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I.dNU SUfOIIT Full AND FOUND AT
LA SI I
ll n-stores nnd prevents the Hair from
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pearuiee, removes liiindrulf. is pool and
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Ironi fulling off, nnd restores it ton great
pvtcnt when prematurely lost. :i vents
Headaches, curl's nil humors, cutaneous
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DKI.SSIMJ Full I ! I lv 1 1 A I It I t' IS Tit K
III.SI' Alt I I I K IN Till: MAltKFT.
Ilt. 11. SMITH, fno nice, Aver. Mn-s.
frepared only Ire fHllCIFli ItRII'lll-
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put up Inn nani'l I) ttln. made exprc-sly
tor It, with 1I10 name of the article hlown
11 the ulass. Ask your liruuidsl for
N a' 0 re's Hair liustorative, and take no
.r-erSend two thrro cent slaintis to
f roeier Itrothers for a "Trcntiso on the
Human Hair." The information it eon
tains is worth J5 0,lH) to any person.
AOEKTS WASTED FOR THE
only rel able, V- miileio nd tlne.y illustin
td Histoi v of
'I ho fastest sellimr IvMik ever i-Mied. Act
quleklv and .ecu re extra 'ermsaud choice
Held. '( 111' tit. .10 cent. Ili-miAlin Hnos.
fublislieis, 71 Sans un S, f hi,n. !ll-4
AtiliNTS WANTED FOIt i'IlE
plSTORV OF THE
El Van in EUROPE
It contains over 1-MO tine ennrav.mrs
liut'.le Scenes and iiiententH in the War,
and istheonlv FU 1. 1.. AL'TH F.N TIC am
OFFICIAI. history of that great conflict.
Agents a p meeting witli unpreceden'ed
success Kclting from 20 to -I0sives p rday
and It la published in both KiilitJi and
PAII TinMInferior histories nro being
UHU I lUileireulated. See that the hook
von buy contniim I MI line 'iigravinga and
Ki Ml Dimes. Send for circulars iV see our
term, and a full diwi lption of the work
Address NATIONAL fUHIJsllINti
Co., fhila., fa. K-4t
INDUCTION OF I'lllCES
REDUCTION OF DUTIES
GREAT SJVHG TO CONSUMERS.
ItY UETTINU UP CI.UISS.
Send for our new Price l.lst and
Club Form will accompany it, conlainin
Tuil d re.-lions making a large saving t
consumer and remuiierutivo club organ
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HI A 33 VESEY STREET,
r. O, Dox .MH:l. Nnw voliK. 4t
WtlN' furbolip TablrfH.
For C.iughs, Colds and Hoarsen ss.
These Tablets present tho Acid in Com
biiiatioii w ith other etlli-ienl rei lies, in 1
popular form, for llie Cure of all thniat
anil lung oiseie-cH. 1 ioiu -eoi- uoo v.c
i-ei-ation of the throat are immediately ro
lieved. and statements aio constantly be
ing sent to tlie proprietor of relief in eases
01 t nroai oiiiieiuiies 01 jt-ms nuoiooig.
ic Tahlets ; don t let ot her (nods be palmed
oil' on vou in their place.
John t. Kellog, -Hi f latt St., N. Y.' Sole
Agent. Sold by Drugg-.sts, l'rite 2.r i-cnts
a Is ix 22-4t
Agents Wanted! Extra Terms
Hook n-jei.ti have long wanted a novelty
in the subscription line, which will M.H at
sight in every family.
1 THE PICTORIAL FAMILYJREGISTER
Is the only work extant which satisfies
this want. It is heautilul and striking,
eomb.niuu 1111 en'.irely new and e ivnnl
'a, inly l'iiotoilrspli Album, with a com
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free. rtdUies tleo. Maclean, Publisher,
71!i Sana-mi Street, f liiladelphia. Si-U
BOnOUull OF TIONESTA.
Apply to CEO. G: PICKLES,
79, Nassau St., New York City.
23 A WOXTI!-IIorse and
carriage tiirni lied; expenoea paid; sam
ples, ce. II. li. SHAW, All'nd Me, 3-'-4t
:l.-V's W IV'rt'll VI'U
LIFE IN UTH
living an i:.ijioDe tJ tin' t-cenrt iatet
and Ji'ltrrirt tf Mormon mm.
With a til l mid until ntie history of
Pnlymimy, by J. II. Iteadle, IMitor of tho
Salt l.aku Keporter.
Agents are meeting with unpeeen'ed
sucess, one reports ISil suliseribers in lour
days, nii'hor 71 ill Iwo davs. Seed for
C. rculnrs and see v I, at tie- prva saya of
thu work, National l'ubl. siting Co.. I'lua.,
IS frepared toiletiver menest iimiltvo
x (,al ut the oin r. 11 111111
It, mk. two
miles from New iniiiiville for
or at Tionesta and vicinity for
i ceuts per
23 CENTS 1'EK BUSHEL.
llu alw ays lias a large supply on hand,
Now is tho time to lay in a large aupplj
Orders promptly attended to 29
I OH WOKK ueatlyeiiocutcil at this oftlea
nt ronnon.ibla rsir-s.
NEW GOODS I
DRY GOODS I
WOOLLEN GOODS I
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
and other articles too numeroun to tnen
tion, just received at
Water Street, Tionesta, Va.
fF. have Just omployed one of the best
1 uulluis 111 llio stale, ana our
Cnnnot ie surpassed In Western Ponnsvl
vania, and nil goods and tits warranted to
i u satis. actlun.
GIVE US A CALL,
And we will suit you, or perish in the at
I. HILBROKSEB AOO,
TEA STORE !
The plnea to buy eyry variaty of W
L 0 WES T miCES,
ta nt tho extensive Tea Rtora af
11. t. ciiArrEY,
here von ennnlwnvn find a large ananrV
luent ol the best Tens at New Yvrk prlM.
larg assoi'tmunt of
Groceries and Trovlsions,
iinniunlnd In cinnllty and cheapness bvsn.y
other store in Warren eounly, always on
nana. 1 tie people or forest eouuiy win
s.tvo money by purchasing their auppliaa ''
at this place.
llest brands of
FA MIL FL 0 VR,
ilellvpred at any depot on the linnof th R.
Store on Main St. near thn Depot.
V YOU WANT a perfect III and a rood
article of Hoots nnd Shoes, of tho Uuenl
oi kinanshlp, goto
II. I.. M-.iXCirN,
rt!l PKNTKU STHKKT, OIL CITY, PA.
TJSiitisliiotlon gitnrnnteed, 2-lt tf.
M. C . V I. A It Ii .
WATCH MAKERS JEWELER,
And Dealer in
WATCHES. JEW FLU Y. AND-
Repuiriiif' done in n woi kmiinlika
miinuer nnd wnrrnnteil to gtvo fatti '
faction. 4 ly
1 I Cntro St., opposite I est tmieo,
OIL CITY, I ENN'A.
FOREICN AND DOMESTIC
DJiKHa GOODS, CAlil'F.TIXO,
OIL CLOTHS. BOOTS A SIWL3,
HATS A CAPS, THIUULXGS
NOTIONS. KTC, liTC.
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS RKVOLVS.
("Inn materials of every kind. Write for
frico last. bKSreat Western (ion Works.
f iltiliingli. fa. Army irons and Revol
vers bought or traded lor. Agents waifted.
AO K NTS, everywhesn to
canvas tor our vYi-ni liOf '
I. Mtfaper. A hue fci.OO .Steel K graving
':iven tocvcrvHuhscrihor. KxtriMnlinarv
iiiiluecmenls. Address U. It. 11LSSK1.U
Itoston, Mass. ' l't-4t
GREST CHCE FOR AGENTS
lo you want a situation as agent,
local or traveling wah chance ta
make g to $0 per dav selling our
new 7 strand White Wire ( lothea
LilesT Thov last forever, saicpia
is-, mi thero is no risk. Address at one
Hudson Kiver Wire Works, cor. Water
St., A Ma den Ijinc, X. Y., or 111 lienrb ira
St., 1 hicngo, it 4t
AGIiNTS WANTIili! For the llrilllaal -
THE MIC WORLD.
AND PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS.
Hy Olive LoL-nn. fieases everybody: .
will sell immensely; is genial, jaunty and
nitre-toned tins title in 5 colors, and 9
Illustintious. Nolhimr liko it I C'.invass-
inv-U ik a rare beauty. New World
Publishing Co., 7th t Market Sis., Piiila.
M. P. GETCIIELL,
STotloiiH, Rood A filioen,
HATS &c CAPS.
Ac, &c, &c,
COIiXEIt MAIN t DEPOT STS.,
Has the I.nrgest ami most Pompletg BUek
now 011 hand, of any autre in
IInvinr purclinsed my trtck atne .
lite irrent decline ill Gold, I en n sell 1
uoods cheaper than any Dry Good
House in the Oil Region. Person
purchasing goods of me will snvn 25
percent. M. P. GETCIIELL.
Tidiouto. April 11, 1870. 4-Om
imOCKIMTS fooulnr history
of the bi'ood v
Now eoiitainin j a lull account of the
FearlYil Rolsn of Tarror in Paris.
U selling lieyond all precedent.
It is by far the most roll ibloandonlv com
lileleand imprrtial history of that 111 gh' v
struggle and Us niomenteiis results, tiii
patos nearly ."0 apiriteil illustrat ons
price, onlv 8.5i). 4u,0 hi e-p'es alremiy
sold. Ii is issued in b th I icliyh ail
to inma, and is bevood qestinn the fa-test
soiling Ui k extant. Wide awake enorgel
ie agemi. wauled. Terms extra. N w in
'he liniH lo coin money. A. JT. HIJH.
HAKIi, Publisher, 4u0 Chestnut St. Puila..
I'a. 111 4,
SfJHSCUIRKfortbe Koreat RopubliorB