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TUESDAY MOANING, WOV, 8. .
HurifMi-n. B. Kio.
Ctein7nm Jacob Hhrlver, JurobWcnk
I). W. rlark,oo. W. Sawyer, J. ll.Htrnup.
Jnrlire of the retire XV. P. Mereilliott,
)n.itabl'e J. N.Teitsworth.
dWioot Director J. Winans, W. F. Tlun
t'r, 1). 8. Knox, J. A. Propor, Jaoob
FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. ,
President Judqe-r Jambs CAPaEl.l .'
An'oriate Judges W. 11. Coon, J. A.
. fihn-iff-K. I- IUVls. .
JH.itrict Attorney W. W. Maioii,
Trewure J. P. Hiooims.
frothonotary, Kegiitcr A Recorder, f c.
3. II. AONKW.
( ,i hi m w i'o n r m A . Tl ROOT, Ii X J. K L
MOTT, N. P. WllRKLKR.
Ovtnfy fSuperintendrnt 8. F. Ronncn.
Jury 'tbinmiMi'oncM Jab. Gilfilliak,
Ounnti Surveyor S.1J. Irwiw.
(broner JokIAH Winans.
CtounfV rftor U. II. StoWE, Ii. Lh
Hack kit, K.li Holeman.
Member of Congress 11KA District Q. W.
Afcife AV-norH W. A. WALLACE.
Asstwbly John . Hai.u
O. C. A A. R. R. TIMETABLE,
"fall l.lWp.m. l.iji. m.
Uxprc 6.:7. 111. 0.40 p. ni.
- OOl X Q HOl'Tll.
E press 10.(U a. m. 10.07 a. in.
Mall 8.1(1 p.m. 8.ip.ni.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
M. E. Sabbath School every Sab
bath at 9 o'clock in tbe morning. All
.are invited. 8. S. Bcrton,
D. S. Knox & Co. are doing a bijr
business in tlio way of selling lurni.
ture, but havo still a spleudid assort
went on band. They sell cheap, and
consequently soil a great deal.
Tlio Venango County Teachers'
IustUute is iu session at Franklin this
-week, and is to closo on Friday. Sev
eral prominent educators aro present,
and wo have no doubt but tho session
will provo a profitable ono to all in at
tendance. "Wo were glad to see Mrs. Brett
formerly of this place, but now of Ti-
tusvi'le, iu town Inst week, on a visit,
rihe counts her friends here by the
score, and is always enthusiastically
welcomed back by her old time neigh,
-On Thursday evening last a heavy
frost fell in our vicinity, and on Fri-
diy morning we noticed several boy
coasting on the hills north of our of-
t co. They made rupid progress down
the hills, hnd lots of fun, aud remind
d us that winter is close at hand.
Hallowe'en passed rather more
iu!ct!y than usual in Tioncota, this
year. We noticed a crockery crate up
against a lawyer's door the next mora-
in;;, with his shingle displayed upon it,
but be.'ido this we saw nor heard of 110
mischief being done.
Mr. Barnes, of Oil City, favored
us with a short call on Wednesday
last. lie takes orders for French and
American Confectionery, manufactured
bv J. S. Adamson. at Oil City. If
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those confectioneries left on our table
by Mr. Barnes, are samples of what he
can furnish, wo think our merchants
.?an do no better than to patronize him.
Hon. J. I). McJnukin, of Frank
lin, is favorably mentioned as a candi
xlate for Speaker of the House of Rep-
rcsen tatives. He was one of the ablest
and most popular members of the late
Legislature, and will be a strong can
lidate for the Speakership.
Public examination of teachers
was held in the school house in .this
place on Friday last. School-ma'ams
were numerous. Hard questions were
.asked by the Sup't. aud auswered with
rase by the school-ma'ams. Our edu
rational interests aro all right as long
as the teachers who examined liereare
We saw W. W. Diraond putting
up a small building next his black
smith shop the other day. By dint of
inquiry we found that it was a coal
Jiotise; and William remarked "right
at us," that he "was going to have
Jock on it because it Mas so near the
J riiiting Ullice; llsrcatter all our
Macksmiihing goes to Fagnndas.
The following are tho names of tbe
1 iflicers elected at the last meeting of
the I. O. G. T., and who will be in
Hulled on Wednesday evening next
W. C. T ., Dr. J. Winans ; W. V. T.
Mrs. Kathturn ; W. P., M. Clark ; W,
F. S., Mrs. Koberts; W. T., Laura
Winans; W. M., Mis. Kiddle; W. C.
Hev. Burton ; W. I. C, Jennie Mc
iJary ; W. O. G., Tyrrell.
Al. Partridge "sold us" a pair o
boots the other day. e had to no
nut of the fctore to try them on. Al
j. ut three pairs of insoles iu them and
laid us they were & good fit; also said
(hat they wold keen our feet dry. We
took the boots; broke ihem in com
Jortobly in about hve minutes ; wo
wear them when there ain't much of a
rouJ in town; and Iiave hired an
istra room in our landlady's house to
keep then iu 011 court Httks. '
HHlm mrntim iiixmii Jt"!T"m
A wjatch tinker, calling himself
Theo. Dexter, mado his appearance in
Tio'ncsta something lees than three
months ago, and up to tho time of his
his departure, did quite a flourishing
business. However, he seems to have
been dissatisfied with tho amount of
Currency he was hauling in, and on
Wednesday last "he folded his tent like
the' Arab, and silently stole away.1"
He took with him, to defray incidental
expenses, a gold watch and guard, be
longing 16 J)r, Winner, valued at $150,
a watch of. Mr. Hackett's, worth, we
suppose, about (50, a heavy silver
watch of Nelson Cole's, and a number
of time-pieces and considerable jewelry
belonging to his customers. He is also
under obligations to Mr. Proper, of the
Tionesta House, to the tune of (51.
lie left his jewelry boxes here, aud car
ried all the missing goods away in his
pockets, with the exception of Mr.
Proper's victuals. This is the second
tinker who has softly glided away from
our vision, under like circumstances,
and yet our hearts yearneth fondly for
some one else to take us in. Where is
the next lucky tinker?
A social dance was held in Forest
Hall on last Friday evening. Wo
were not present, but understand that
a pleasant time was had by those who
attended. One thing we wish to men
tion here, which, however, had no con
nection with the dance, and that i this:
As wo were passing, we heard some
boys on the sidewalk, outside the hall,
indulging in some very profane and ob
scene language.. If the parent of these
boys cannot bring them to know more
about common decency than this, they
should be interviewed by some cf our
Those keeping files of tho KEri'B
Lie an will probably notice that the
volume has been wrongly marked for
some time past. XSy consulting the
files we find that the volumo number
was changed in the paper dated Aug.
23d. Before that time, since the com
mencement of the present volume, it
was marked Vol. III. Since that time,
until we took charge of the paper, it
has been marked Vol. IV, which is in
correct. Exactly how this happened.
we can't understand ; but it's all right
now. Advertisers auU others who file
the paper will mako a note of this
Dr. Winner has cleaned out the
-well on the Jamison Flats, aud it
is now yielding five barrels of oil per
day,- This well was put down last
year, and yielded at one time 25 bar
rels per day, but the production at
length decreased so as to oblige the
proprietors to shut it down. Dr. Win
ner proposes to torpedo it soon. We
hope it will prove a good well, as the
Dr. has put down quite it number of
wells during the past year, and has not
made any very big strikes.
We have received 'Peters' Musi.
oal Monthly for November. It is un
doubtedly the best Musical periodical
published, one number contains mu
sic to tho amount of a year's subscript
tion $3.00. Its contents for Novcm
her are: v
Lord, Teach us how to Pray ; 1
sacred song or quartet. It you ve a
Father's love for your Child ; song and
chorus. I'm sitting by the Window
Love'; song and chorus, by Will. S.
Hays." Where art Thou now; song.
English and German works. Soldier's
Farewell; quartet for male voices,
English aud German jvords. ; --Gentle
Zephyr ; quartet for male voice. Bles
sed are the Poor in Spirit; chant. Why
do we Mourn departing friends; Songs
of Praise the Angels Sang ; for Thanks
giving. Sunbeam Waltz. Perle Do
L'Amerique. King William Lancers ;
on Prussian Melodies, containing 10
Mclodie aud 8 Signals. Sweet Sixteen
Address' Fetere' Mimical Mouthly
New York City.
Messrs. Iteynolds, Broadhead &
Co. have just received a general as
sortment of Dry Goods, Notious, Flan
nels, Furs, Blankets, etc., and have on
hand the largest and most complete
stock of Carpets ever brought to Oil
City. The character of this firm is such
that we rau recommend it to all who
go to Oil City to trade. Messrs. R.,
B. & Co. don't advertise to sell below
cost, but they will sell at reasonable
profits, and treat all alike.
In order to accommodate their in
creasing trade iu Dry Goods, they are
clotintt out their immense stock of
Boots and Shoes at cost. Their stock
iu this line consists of Men's and Boys'
Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Misses' and
Children's Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers
of the best manufactures. Now is the
time to secure good bargains, as they
will close out this brauVh of their stock
without reserve. Everybody needs
Boots and Shoes, and ttow is the time
to ?t thru at bargain. 31 -2t.
Hull's Vegetable Sicilian Hair J'o-
newer will stimulate the absorbents and
the secretions of the hair tubes until
they rcgaiu their original vigor. Try it.
Flock. D. 8. Knox & Co. have
just received a cur load of excellent
flour, which they soil at $7 per barrel,
Try it. ' 1
C'AKrENTF.ns, Blacksmiths, Saw mill
men, Uil men, and other citizens ot
Forest county, who are in want of any
thing in tho Hardware line, should go
to Andrews & Co., Tidioute. They
have the largest stock in this section
of the country. They aro making and
repairing all kinds of Machinery and
Saw mill castings at short notice 4-tf.
D. S. Knox & Co.. have just re
ceived another largo invoice of agri
cultural implements, consisting in part
of forks, rakes, scythes, hoes, frc. which
they are selling at greatly reduced
rixxos at Great Bargain's. J.
C. Hull, of Meadville, Pa., is offering
to sell the Steinway, Checkering,
Bradbury and some other makes, at
gre.itly reduced prices. Also Organs
and Melodeons. 21 tf
Stoves. D. S. Knox & Co. have
now on hand an excellent stock ol
Stoves of all sizes and patterns, Cook,
Parlor, Wood, Coal, or Wood and Coal
combined. Will be sold cheap.
Dentistry. A. J. Stiles, Dentist,
Tidioute, Pa., lias the reputation of
being one of the most expert Dentists
in this section. He uses all the mod
era appliances for extracting teeth
without pain, such as Chloroform, Ether
Nitrous Gas, or the new method of
Freezing the Gums with Spray. The
most delicate and difficult operations
of filling the teeth with gold skillfully
performed. He also uses a new prep
aration, "Os Artificlel," which sup
plies the bone lost by decay, and is
applied without pain. A long expe
rience in the business, aud the large
patronage given Mr. Stiles, is suffic
ient evidence that his work gives sat
isfaction. Office over Acomb's Drug
Store, Tidioute. 17 ly.
Boots and Shoes. Just look at the
stock of Boots and Shoes at the store of
D. S. Knox & Co. Sure to give satis
faction. Perfect fits.
A. II. Steele, Cashier .Tionesta
Savings Bank, has been appointed
agent for the celebrated " Inman Line
Ocean Steamers," at this place. 1 Any
person desirous of going to Europe or
bringing friends to this country, will
dowell to call on Mr. Steele, who will
furnish them with all the information
You can buy your Furniture, cheap
er and better at Ahrens new Furni
ture Warerooms, Tidioute, Pa., than
any where else in this section. Try it
A srLENDiD variety 'of Furniture
at Aherns' new Warerooms, Empire
Hotel Building, Tidioute, Pa. 4-tf
D. S. Knox & Co., Tionesta, Ta.,
are unw selling the best tea in the
country for one dollar per pound, and
everything else in proportion for the
cash. Also, fruit jars, &c, iu endless
variety. 15 tf
Furniture bought of me will be de
livered, freight paid, to any station do
sired on the 0. C. & A. TL It,
Geo. II. Ahrens. Jr.,
4-tf Tidioute, Pa
Aonew & Biggins have j list receiv
ed a large stock of boots and shoes, ot
every description, which they a'e sell
ing at prices that defy competition
1 hey have also on band a Iresli sup
ply of, coffee, teas, sugars, tobacco,
cigars, rice, drieid fruits, canned fruits,
spices, mess pork, ham, fish, flour.
crackers, beans, pens, soap, candles
nails, qiieeiisware, glassware, notions,
dec, &c, which they are selling as low
as the lowest, here or elsewhere, and
are determined not to be under sold
FELLERS' COAX. BANK
AGAIN IN OPERATION ! ! 1
rpiIH BANK is situated in Washinir
A Tp., Clarion County, seven miles from
Tionesta. - I have en?Hi?Hl an experienced
digger, Mr. liichnrd Williams, to operate
for nie this fall ami winter; and am pre
pared to furnish all my old customers, and
as many new ours as may patronize tne,
with good coul at 7 cent per bushel al the
bank, or cents delivered at Tionesta.
aui HKtivo that I can give VHtitl'aetioi J
all, ami respoctlui:y aa asnareoi uirpuu
lie patronage. W. FKLLEltS.
Public Notice is hereby given that Ma
tilda itobb. Administratrix of the estate of
Daniel Kobb, dee'd, lias tiled iu tho Hegis
tor's Olliee iu and for the County of Forest
her linul account as Administratrix of the
estate of the said Daniel ltobb, dtu'd, and
that the same will be presented to the Or
phati'd Court of said county for conl.rma
tiou uud allowance on the fourth Monday
ot D.H-embor next, ut, tho Court House in
tho ImrotigU of TioneMu, in the counly
aforoid. , J. B AtiNhW,
Not. I, l7rt, &l-3
HULL'S MUSIC STORE.
(Suceewor to IIULL A WHITNEY,)
No, 107 Water Street,
1 tho placo to buy all of the First Class
IT GREATLY ItEDUCEI;PRICE8.
Organs & Melodeons 1
Ilnvinir tho cxdnnlvn Atonoy for Crnw-
forp, Vonaniro and Moronr Counties for the
following celebrated inukc of
Wm. Ttriidlmrv, Rtflinway A Sons,
Chickerinn 4 Sons, C. Kurtxman'a
W. 1 kmerson, Urovooteen, uller s Lo
Whitney nd Klayton's United States
ORGANS AND MELODEONS 1 .
And having conirtantly In my store from
Twelve to Eighteen Pianos.
PartloK wishing to piirohfwo, will find it
greatly to Uioir interoHt to purchase direct
from me and tret a guarantee With each in
strument for live yearn.
Thee Organ and Molodeona are consid
ered by good Judg to lie the best Kd
Instrument made. Bhonld other makes
he prefnred. I will furnih them aa low
can ue oougin irom any one.
fcTOOIX AM) KI'KEADtt
AND ALL KINDS OF
Singing and Intruction Books.
GC1TABM, BANJOS, IOI.I.V -i, FLCTrB, PIFES
BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS.
FURNISHED TO BANDS VERY LOW.
A good stock of
GENUINE ITALIAN STRINGS
Always on hand. Dealers furnished at
New York priced. All orders or com
munications promptly attended to.
4-tf J. C. HULL.
Albert O. Hurr. Lvman Howard and
Rolrt C. Beach, vs. .Samuel T, Neill. J.
W. Fleming, ana all persons whom it umv
In Common Pleas, of Forest County.
No. 1. Dec Term. 1K70. JH11 in Equity to
i lie I'lainiins in me aoove Dili say. i hat
they are the owners in fee of one hundred
and fifty acres of Ijiml. or thereabout. situ
ate in Harmony Townxhip.in said County,
described as follows i Being part of the
Tract known as the Uitchel Survey, bound
ed on the north by land .of George Dun-
lap, east tv lana now or formerly or J.
Comatork, south by land now or formerly
owned by J. Johnston and J. D. Neill, and
west by mo A loom lurni, wiucii is part or
Uie aame survey
That the aui! tract or lana was settled
and improved by one Ezra Uitchel, who
itouame tne owner vnereot ny application
therefor, and warrant and survey duly
made and returned to the land o'lllre in
18.17, and tho settlement dues fully com
mat tue saia uitcnei, on tne ntn av ot
December. 1815. by writing duly execut
ed and delivered, sold and convoyed al! his
rignt. title ana lntetest in tne land afore
said to one Benonie C. Scott, from w hom
by sundry conveyances tho titlo ban be
come vested in the I'lnintilfs, and prays
the Court That they mav be ut liberty to
examine their witnesses, and make proof
01 several matters ana things Herein
lore mcntlonod. una imrtu'uiArlv with
reference to tho matters alleged iu the d
and i!ih praragraphs of this bill.
zd. That they may bo at liberty at, ana
upon all future occasions' to read and
make use of the said testimony as they
may be adv'sed.
Whereupon the Court order and docreo.
i nut an appearance bo entered ny sum J.
w. r lemlngana all persons wnom it mav
com-em on or liefore the 4th Monday of
December, A. D. 1870, and lliat a copy of
this order and a statement of the substance
and obiects of tho Hill be published in the
forest itepuiilican lor tnree wocks tne last
or which publication stiuii na at least ten
nays neiore tlio sain lourtn .Mommy oi
BY THE COUK'l.
Attest : J.
SEASON OF 1870-71.
MASON & HAMLIN CABINET
Patent June 21ut and August aid, 1S70,
Tho Mason ft Hamlin Organ Co., have
the pleasure of announcing Important im
provemenbi in thoir Cabinet Organs, for
which Patents were granted them in June
and August last. These are not merely
meretricious attachment, but enhance tho
aubstautial excellence of the instruments.
They are also enabled by increased facil
ities a large new manufactory, they hopo
hereafter to supply all order promptly.
The Cabinet Organs made bv this Com
pany are of such universal reputation, not
only throughout America, but also in Eu
rope, that few will need assurance of their
They now offer Four Octave Cabinet Or
tmns. in auite olaln caMes.buteo.ual accord
ing to their capacity to anything Uioymuko
tor oU cucn.
The same. Doub'c I'.eed. . Five Oe
tave Double Koed Organs, Five Stops, witlt
Knee swell and Trvmulaut, in elegant caso
with several of the Mason una uuinlin
imurovementa. 415. Tho same Extra
with new Vox Humana, Automatic Swell
etc., llftO. Five Octaves, threo sets Koeda,
seven stops witn Eupuono; asplump.u Mi
A now illustrated catalogue with full
information, and repueed prices, is now
readv, and wil be sent tree, witu a lesu
mniiial circular, presenting a great inasso
evidence aa to the superiority of thw-o in
striiiiieutM, to any one sending his address
to MASON 4 HAM IA N OKU AN CO., 151
Treino ISireet, Boston, os bM Broadway
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To tho ITervoous
3D EBILITAT E 3D .
WnoSRsiiffrrlnRshavn born pvotrnrt
ed from hidden rauacs, and who so
eases require prompt treatment to rendor
existence desirable ;
If yon are suffering, or havo nuflVrnd
from involuntary disclim-geti, what ofTcct
does it produce on your gon'.'nl health?
Do yon feel wci.k, debilitated, easily tired?
Does a little extra cxorlion produce pal
pitation of tho hoart? Docs jour liver, or
urinary organs, or your kidneys, frequent
ly got out of order? Is your lu ins some
times thick, milky or flccky, or is it ropy
on settling ? Or docs a thick sktim rise to
tho top ? Or is a sediment at the lxjltom af
ter it baa stood awhllo? Do you h:ivo
spells of short brcathingor dispepsia? Aro
your bowels constipated? Do you bavo
spells of fralnting, or rnslirs of blood to
the head ? Is your memory I m pared ? Is
your mind constantly dwelling on this
subject? Doyoufoel dull, listless, moping,
tlrod of company, or life? Do you wish
to be -left alone, away from everybody?
Does any little thins mko you start or
jump? Is your sleep broken or rootless?
Is the lustre of your eye as brilliant?
The bloom on your chock as bright? Do
you enjoy yourself in society as well ? Do
you pursue your business with the anno
energy ? Do you fee! as much confidence
in yousolf ? Am your spirits dull and Hag.
ging, given to fits of melancholy? If so,
do not lay.lt to your liver or dyspepsia.
Have you restless nights? Your back
weak, your knoes weak, and have but lit
tle appetite, and you attribute this to dys
pepsia or liver-complaint?
Now, reader, self-abuse, venereal di
eases badly cured, and sexual excesses, arc
all capable of producing a weakness of the
generative organs. The organs of genera-
tion,when in perfect health, make the man
Did you over think that those bold, defi
ant, energetic, persevering, successful bus
iness-men are always those whose genera
tive organs nro in pcrfoct health? You
never hear such moil coniplairt of being
melancholy, of nervousness, of palpitation
of tbe heart. They are never afraid they
cannot succeed in business ; they don't be
come sad and discouruged j they ureal ways
polite and pleasant in the company of l-i
dies, andlook you and them ri,;ht in the
face none of your downca-t looks or any
meanness about, thorn. I do- n:it nie.v.i
-those who keep tho organs inflated by
running to excess. Those will not only
ruin thoir constitutions, but alio those
they do business with or for.
How many men.'from badly cured dU
cases, from tho elloots or sci:-nt.-uso ana
cess, have brought about that state of
weakness in thoso organs that has reduced
tho gencal systom ho much as to produce
almost every other disease idiocy, lunacy,
paralysis, spinal alfuctions, suicide, and a!
most every other form of diseass which
humanity is heir to, ai d the real cau.io of
the troublo scarcely ever ouspected mid
have doctored for all but tbe right one.
DUeasesof these organs require tho use
of a Diuretic. HELMIlOLD R FLUID
EXTRACT BUCIIU is tho f;reat Diuretic,
and is a certain euro for diseases of tho
Bladdor, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Organ
ic Weakness, Fomalo Complaints, (iencr
al Dobity, and aU diseases of tin) Urinary
Organs, whether existing in Mulo or Fe
male, from whatever cause originating,
aud no matter of how long standing.
If no troatment is submitted to, Con-
sumption'or Insanity may ensue. Our
flesh and blood aro supported from these
aour'os, and the health and happiness,
asd that of Posterity, depends upon
prompt use of a reliable remedy.
Holuibold's Extract llucliti, established
upward of 10. AVars, prepared by II. T.
HELM HOLD, Druggist, DM Dromlway.
Now York, and 14 NsuUi 10th .Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. Prick f 1.2.1 M IhU1o
or 0 bottles for i.50, delivered to any ad
dress, hold by all Druggnsta everywhere.
NOXK ATtE fiFNUINK I '. LESS
DONE TP IN HTIX KNUKA Villi
Wrappor, fao-Binilo of my Clicini ;nl Warc-
houao. and signed If. T. H EI.M 130 LP.
Nc-liool Tax A'otlro.
AT'rifT' Is nrrehv gjvn thnt tho School
i i Implicate of Tionesta florouvh, of tax
jf IKTil, lim-e lKen )'!wLin my hands for
iVollectlon. In accor lciMiO with Iho Act of
Assembly. In surh case tnaJo and provld-
L'd, 1 hereby give m.tiefc that I will attend
st mv storo, in TinncHui Jtor.iugh, I a , fr
he I'lirjio ;e of receiving said tax, for two
months from date. It is under Act of ilst
April, 1X09, that all persons who shall be
forx tlio oxiiirntiou ol I'.vo months from
the dale of tn.i nolie, jmy their tax Hhall
bo cnti'.ied t:i a tieduction of live per cent.
D. S. KNtiX,
Troiin-r Tlonosta Horo. H. D.
Dated Sept. Ill, 1870. , W-3t.
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and terms, f. In I il inhi lit Co., N. Y..
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