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SHu forest gUpuMcan.
TUESDAY MOANING, NOV. 13.
jRur7(. T). 8. Kwox.
Otunrilmrn Jacob Nhrlvor, Jacob Wenk
D. W. Clark, Ooo. W. Hawyor, J. ll.Ntrnup.
Jugtiee nf tht "eaeeW. P. Morcilliott,
lmtabl J. N.Toitsworth.
M-finol lireetor3 , WtnniiH, W. F. Hun
ter, 1). 8. Knox, J. A. Proper, Jacob
FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS.
President Jwlqe James Campbell. '
Aameiate JmigeW. R. CooN, J. A.
MerijrE. L. Pavis.
ltintriet Attorney Vf. W. MASon.
Treasurer J. P. NmuiNs.
frothnnotrtry, lteginterd: Recorder, f c
J. B. Aumbw,
Oonnu'.MHjnern A. II. Root, Bus J. El
liott, N. 1'. Wiikki.kh.
County Superintendent S. F. ItnnnKR.
Jury thmmi.iioncr Jas. Oilfilman,
Omnfi Surveyor H.T. Irwin, ,
roner JosiAn Winans.
County Auditor If. II. STOWB, Tj. I
Hackktt, Km Hoi.kman.
Member of Congress YMh DiatrietQ. W.
Utaie NennteVf. A. Wallace.
JLssewblylonx U. Hall.
O. C A A. R R. TIME TABLE,
Vail ..1.20 p,m. 1.2S p. in.
tj press t.37p. m. 0.40 p. in.
Kxpress 10.04 a. m. 10.07 a. m.
Mail 3.1(1 p, in. 8.i p. in.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
It. J. MeQuillen's connection with
this paper liua ceased, and he has no
authority to .collect any monies due
the institution. Advertisers and all
others indebted, will make a note of
M. E. Sabbath School every Sab
bath at 9 o'clock in the morning. . All
are Invited. 8. S. Bukton,
The Oil City Time has been pur
cliasod by Sheriff Hcrpst, of Venango
county, who will continue iu publica
tion as a daily pnper.
We have received Button' Muta
ting for December. Contents excellent.
.Terms, 15 cts. per copy, or $1.50 a
year. Address Thomes & Roberts, 63
,j.n)grcss St., Boston, Mass. .
Notuinq Unubual. Our quondam
brother-Overseer-of-the-Poor, J. Wenk,
promised to mend our shoes on Satur
day last, and hasn't had them near a
last from that day to this.
Some persons under the influence
of benzine, made the night hideous by
yelling, singing and dancing through
the streets on Friday evening of last
week. We have a strong jail,, too. -
The ferrying busiuess is good at
this point, at present, and has been for
several weeks. The ferry boat is crowd
ed on the arrival of nearly every pas
senger train. Cause, oil up the creek.
Fob Sale. At this office, a schol
arship in the Iron City Commercial
College. Must be used by an individ
ual living in Forest County. Will be
sold at a discount. ' 32-tf.
Col. Reisinger, of the Meadvillo
Republican, and his wife came to town
on Saturday afternoon and put up at
Dr. Winans', with whom they are
slightly connected, until yesterday.
Maj their visits here be frequent.
Mrs. Jacob Lackey, who lived
.about one and one-half miles down the
river, died ou Friday lust She had
been nick for two years with consump
tion. She leaves six children. The
funeral took place on Saturday.
Mr. Joshua Thompson has moved
his family into town, and is living iu
the Bowman house, ou Race St. Mr.
Setley, our County Treasurer elect,
boards with hi in. Mr. Setley will en
ter upon his duties as Treasurer about
. January 1st. ..
L. II. Metcalf, Esq., has retired
from the editorial chair of the Oil City
.Times. Ho is a vigorous writer, and
has done good service for the Republi
raj party of Venango county. He lias
. our best wishes for his future prosper-
Lob. Stephenson is again on his
pins, find will soon be ready for busi
ness again. He has been having a
Beige of the typhoid lever, and is look
' ing rather thiu.
P. b. Siuco writing the above we
leurn that Robert has had a relapse.
Ho is again improving.
. The Frett says that Col. Reisinger
-lias bought out White's interest iu (he
Meadvillo Republican, White's iutar
est might be expressed by placing, a
miuus sign before about $7,341.f7.
Cul. Reisinger bought the oflice in toto
of those who owned it.
We have been having such mag
nificent weather most of the time since
our last issue that we cannot find it in
our heart to complain of the couple of
rainy days we have bud during the
week. We have had more real fine,
rip-staving, beautiful wer.ther this fall
(ian we have had any full before in the
memory of the oldest inhabitant.
Rev. Ralph Roberts preached in
the Presbyterian Church on Sabbath
veiling lust. -t ' - ', r .
A car on the construction train
ran off the track opposite this place on
Sunday evening Inst, demoralizing the
car somewhat.'but doing no serious
damage. We don't suppose the car
would have run Afloat all had the
Fourth Commandment been duly re
spected. Mr. Vincent.of the Erie JfcpuiiVan
was iu town over night once last week.
He was somewhat' "druv" with busi
ness, and could not find time to call
on us. When he next visits Tioncsta
we will have our job department run
ning, and he will find more lcisuro to
Our County Commissioners are
working wonders about the Court
House ground, having put up a new
fence, put down a new sidewalk, and
graded the grounds, nnd the street in
front. With a little care and expense
our Court House grounds may be made
one of the most pleasant places in
A meeting will be held in the
Presbyterian Church on next Friday
evening, fop the purpose of organizing,
electing church ofiioers, and making
arrangements for 'regular Presbyterian
services in the future. A preparatory
lecture will be delivered 'on Saturday
afternoon, and communion services will
beheld on Subbath morning at 101
o'clock. ';. ' . "v
One day last week a party from
town were out fox hunting, and one of
S. II. Haslet's hounds was shot by some
person unknown while ou the trail of
a fox. The charge entered the dog's
under jaw, fortunately breaking no
bones. It would appear that some peo
are determined to be rid of hounds in
this county at all hazards. They will
find tltin plan hazardous if they are
caught at it. . -
Win. Neill tried to ferry the Al
legheny river with a polo tho other
night, and found the pole too short.
This is how it happened : The ferry
boat had started from the other side of
the river, and was about ten feet nut
from the staging. William seized a
pole and took a run and jump at the
boat. He described a quarter of a cir
cle very accurately, but hadn't "quite
enough force on, and thus carao to
grief. Ho put on dry clothing when
he got home.
Wo havo sent out a number of
bills to advertisers, and those who owe
for job work. In some rases, those 10
whom we have sent bills, claim to have
paid them, and to have receipt for the
same. To those persons, we would say
that they were not credited on the
books,' hence our mistake. We don't
propose to collect the same bill twice.
To tboso who know themselves indebt
ed, wo would ask paymeut as soon as
possible, as we are about t3 put in a
job press and a large amount of jobbing
material, and thercfore need the money.
We believe we havo in this section
the champion old couple of the State,
if not of the United States. Mr. and
Mrs. Allio, living about nino miles
south-east of this place, are aged re
spectively 106 and 1 bi years. ; Each is
the other's first companion. They are
natives of France. Have two sons and
one daughter, all living. The oldest, a
son, is living on the farm with his pa
rents. Our informant, Win. Thomas,
Esq., says they. have lived- where they
are now, to his certain knowledge', for
thirty-five years. Both are hale and
hearty, and bid fair to be the "oldest
couple" lor several years to come. If
anybody knows of an older couple than
this, we would like to hear from them.
D. S. Knox & Co. are doing a big
business in the way of selling furni
turebut have still a splendid assort
ment ou hand. They sell cheap, and
consequently sell a great deal.
Messrs. Reynolds, Broadhead &
Co. have just received a general as
sortment of Dry Goods, Notions, Flan
nels, Furs, Blankets, etc., and have ou
hand the largest and most coraplote
stock of Carpets ever brought to Oil
City. The character of this firm is such
that wo can recommend it to all who
go to Oil City to trade. Messrs. R.,
B. & Co. don't advertise to Bell below
cost, but they will sell at reasonable
profits, and treat all alike.
In order to accommodate their in
creasing trade in Dry Goods, they are
closing out their immense stock of
Boots and Shoes at cost. Their stock
iu this lino 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 branch of their stock
without reserve. Everybody needs
Boots and Shoes, and now is the time
to get them at a bargain. 31 -2U
FREE TO EVERYBODY.
It costs nothing to try "SLEEP
ER'S COMPOUND ARNICA LINI
MENT." If it docs not benefit you
the agent will refund your money. It
is tho wonder of the nineteenth centu
ry, and when used for rheumatism,
neuralgia, lameness, and pain in any
part of tho body, its magical effects
astonishes everybody. Pain cannot
exist where it is used. Ask for it, and
take nothing elso. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 50 cents and $1 per bot
tle. D. S. KNOX, & CO., agent. E.
B. SLEEPER, Proprietor, Waterford,
Erie Co., Pa.
Wholesale Aqkntp. HnU and
Warfel, Erie, Fa. Calccoer A Co..
Meadville, Pa. Spencer & Bullymore,
155 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
HalTt Vegetable Sicilian Hair Be
newer will stimulate the absorbents and
the secretions of the hair tubes until
they regain their original vigor. Try it.
Flouk. D. S. Knox & Co. have
just received a car load of excellent
Hour, which they sell at 87 per barrel.
Carpf.nteus, Blacksmiths, Saw mill
men, Oil men, and other citizens ot
Forest county, who are in want of any
thing in the Hardware lino, should go
to Andrews & Co., Tidioute. They
have the largest stock in this section
of the country. They are making and
repairing all kinds of Machinery and
Saw mill castings at short notice 4-tf.
D. S. Knox & Co., have just re
ceived another largo invoice of agri
cultural implements, consisting in part
of forks, rakes, scythes, hoes, &o. which
they are selling at greatly reduced
figures. "J 13-tf
Pianos at Cheat Bargains. J.
C. Hull, of Meadville, Pa., is offering
to sell the Steinway, Chickering,
Bradbury and some, other makes, at
greatly reduced prices. Also Organs
and Melodcons. 21 tf
Stoves. D. S. Knox & Co. have
now on hand tin excellent stock of
Stoves of all sizes and patterns, Cook,
Parlor, Wood, Coal, or Wood and Coal
combined. .Will bo sold cheap.
Dentistry. A. J. Stiles, Dentist,
Tidioute, Pa., has the reputation of
being ono of the most expert Dentists
in this section. He uses all the mod
ern npplinnces for extracting teeth
without pain, such as Chloroform, Ether
Nitrous Gas, or tho new method of
Freezing the Gums with Spray. The
most delicate and difficult operations
of filling the teeth with gold ukillfully
performed. He also uses a new prep
aration, "Os Artificicl," which sup
plies the bone lost by decay, and is
applied without pain. A long expe
rience in the business, and the large
patronago given Mr. Stiles, is suffic
ient evidence that Lis 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. H. Steele, Cashier Tioncsta
Savings Bank, has been appointed
agent for the celebrated "Inman Line
Ocean Steamers," at this place. Any
person desirous of going to Europe or
bringing friends to this country, will
do well to call on Mr. Steele, who will
furnish them with all the information
You can buy your Furniture, cheap
er anil better at Ahrens' new Furni
ture Warerooms, Tidioute, Pa., than
any where else iu this section. Try it.
A splendid variety of Furniture
at Aherns new Warerooni9, Empire
Hotel Building, Tidioute, Pa. 4-tf
D. S. Knox & Co., Tioncsta, Pa.,
are now selling tho best tea in the
country for one dollar per pound, and
everything else in proportion for the
cash. Also, fruit jars, etc., in endless
variety. .15 tf
Furniture: bought of me will he d
livered, freight paid,' to any station de
sired on the O. C. & A. R. R.,
Geo. II. Aukenb, Jr.,
4 tf Tidioute, Pa
Acinew & SioaiNS have just receiv
ed a large stock of boots and shoes, ot
every description, which they are soil
ing at prices that defy competition.
They have also on hand a fresh sup
ply "of coffee, teas, iugars, tobacco,
cigars, rice, dried fruits, canned fruits,
spices, mess pork, ham, fish, flour,
crackers, beans, peas, soap, candles,
nails, queenswarc, glassware, notions,
&c, Ac, which they are selling as low
as the lowest, here or elsewhere, and
are determined not to bo under sold.
HULL'S MUSIC STORE.
(Successor to HULL A WHITNEY,)
Ho, 107 Water Nlrcct,
Is the place to buy all of tho First Clans
KT GREATLY KEDUCEDPRICES.
Organs & Molotleona !
Having tho exclusive Aurcncv for Crnw
forp. Venango anl Morenr Coiiutios for tho
following celebrated mnkes of
Wm. Bradbury, Rtoinwny A Sons,
('bickering Sons, !. Kurtzmnn's
W. P. Emerson, Urnvostoun, Fuller it Co
Whltnoyland Slftyton's United States
ORGANS AND MELODEONS!
And having constantly in my store from
Twelve to Eighteen Pianos.
Parties wishing to purchase, will find it
greatly to their interest to purchase direct
from me iind get a guarantee with each in
strument for live years.
Thoso Organs and Molodeonsare consid
ered by good judges to bo the Imst Kced
Instrument inado. Should other makes
be (nolcred. I will furnish thorn as low
as can bo bought from any one.
NTOOLS ,AXI frciEAI8
AND ALL KINDS OF
Singing and Intruction Books.
GUITARS, BANJOS, VIOLINS, ILCTF8, FIFES
BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS.
FURNISHED TO BANDS VERY LOW.
A good stock of
GENUINE ITALIAN STRINGS
Always on hand. Dealers furnished at
New York prices. f-All orders or com
inunicntiuus promptly attended to.
4 tf J. C. HLlL.
Albeit O. Dnrr, Lyman Howard and
Robert C. Beach, vs. Samuel T, Nciil. J.
W. Fleming, and all persons whom it may
In Common rieaa, of Forest County,
No. 1, Dec. Term, lfc7l. Hill in Equity to
Tho Plaintiffs in the above bill say. That
they ro tho owners in l'eo of ono hundred
arid fifty ocrenof Land,orthereabout.s,situ
ato in Itarinonv Townyhip,innaid County,
doscribed as follows : lining part of tho
Tract known a-stluUitehul Survey, bound
ed on tho north by land of (ieo'rgo Dun
lap, east by land now or formerly of J.
Comstock, south by land now or formerly
owned by J. Johnston and J. D. Jv'eill, anil
West by tho Alcorn farm, which is part of
tho same Survey.
That tho said' tract of land was settled
and Improved by ono Ezra Ciitcliel, who
became tho owner thereof by application
thorofor, and warrant and survey duly
mndo and returned to the land o'lllce ill
1S:(7, and tho settlement dues fully com
That the said Gitchel, on tho flth day of
Peceuihor, 18 15, by writing duly execut
ed and delivered, sold and conveyed all his
right, title and inletest in the land aforo
said to one liononio C. Scott, from whom
by sundry convevunecs the title has be
come Vested in the Plaintiffs, and prays
tho Court That they may be at lihnrty to
examine their witnesses nnd mako proof
of several matters and tilings herein be
foro meutlonod, and particularly with
reference to the matters alleged in tho 2d
and 3th praragraphs of this bil!.
2d. That they may bo at liberty at, and
upon all future occasions' to read and
make use of the said testimony us they
mav bo adv'sed.
Whereupon the Court order ami decree,
That an appearance bo entered by said J.
W. Fleming and all persons whom it may
concern on or before tho 4th Monday of
December, A. D. 1S70, and that a copy of
this order and u statement of tiiesuliHtauco
and objects of tho liill bo published in the
Forest Republican for three weeks the last
of which publication shall be at least ten
(lavs before tho. said fourth Monday of
Dec., 1S70. HY THE COURT.
Attest: J. II. Aonkw, Pro.
SEASON OF 1870-71.
MASON & HAMLIN CABINET
Patent June 21st and August 23d, 1S70.
REDUCTION OF PRICES.
The Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., have
the pleasure of announcing important Im
provements in their Cabinet Organs, for
which 1'aU'iits were granted them iu June
and August last.' These are not merely
meretricious attachments, but enhance the
Bulmtuntial excellence of tho instruments.
They are also enabled by increased facil
ities a large now manufactory, they hopo
Lcreallcr to supply all orders promptly.
The Cabinet Organs made by this Com
pany are of such universal reputation, not
only throughout America, but also in Eu
rope, that lew will need assuranoe of their
They now offer Four Octavo Cabinet Or
gans, in quite plain casus, but equal accord
ing to their capacity to anything thuyuiako
for $j0 each.
The sumo, Double Reed, $f5. Five Oe
tave Poublo Heed Organs, Five Stops,witli
Kneo swell and Tremulant, in elegant case
with several of the Mason and Hamlin
improvements, fl2A, The sumo Extru
with new Vox Humana, Automatic Swell
etc., $160. . 1 ive Oclave-s three seta Kueds,
seven stops with Kuplione; a splendid in
A new illustrated cataloguo with full
information and repuced prices, is now
ready, and wil be sent free, with a testi
monial circular, r enting a great inuKs of
evidence as t tlie periority of these in
struments, to any o sending his address
to MASON A HAA. ..IN O K J A N CO., 154
Tremont (Street, lioston, os &OU liruadway,
N. Y. 80-4t
rjflF -VI . " B. m past
To tho Nerveous
ID CEBILIT-A-T 23 ID .
HOSE sufferings have been protract
ed from hidden causes, and whose
cases require prompt treatment to render
existence desirable ;
If you are suffering, or havo suffered
from involuntary discharges, what clfcct
does it produce on your general health?
Do you feel weak, dobilltutod, easily tired?
Does a little extra exertion produce pal
pitation of tho heart? Does your liver, or
urinary organs, or your k idneys, frequent
ly get out of order? Is your urino some
times thick, milky or flock y, or is it ropy
on settling ? pr does a thick skum rise to
tho top ? Or Is a sediment at tho bottom af
ter It has stood awhile? Do you have
spells of short breathingor ilispepsia? Are
your bowels constipated f Do you havo
spells of frainting, or rushes of blood to
the head? Is your memory impared? Is
your mind constantly dwelling on this
subject? Do you fool dull, listless, moping,
tired of company, or lilo? Do you wish
to.be left alono, away from overybody?
Does any little thing mske you staTt or
jump? Is your sleep broken or rootless?
Is the lustre of your eye as brilliant?
The bloom on your cheek as bright? Do
you enjoy yourself in society as well ? Do
you pursue your business with tho same
energy ? Do you feel as much confidence
in youself? Aro your spirit dull and Hag.
ging, given to fits of melancholy ? If so,
do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia.
Have you restless nights? Your baik
weak, your knees weak, nnd havo but lit
tle appetito, and you attribute this to dys
pepsia or liver-complaint?
Now, reader, solf-abuse, venereal dis
eases badly cured, and sexual excessc3, aro
all capable of producing a weaknesu of the
generative organs. Tho organs of gencra
tiou,wlion in perfect health, make tho man
Did you over think that thoso bold, doll
ant, energetic, persevering, successful bus-inoss-men
are always those whoso genera
tive organs aro In perfect health? You
never hear Buch men complain of being
melancholy, of nervousness, of palpitation
of the heart. They are nevor afraid they
cannot succeed in business ; they don't bo
conie sad and discouraged ; thoy arculways
polito and pleasant In tho company of la
dios, anil-look you and them right in the
face none of your downcast looks or any
meanness about; them. I do nat mean
thoso who keep tho organs inflated by
running to excess. Thoso will not only
ruin their constitutions, but ulso thoso
they do business with or for.
How many men.Jfrom badly cured dis
eases, from the effects of Bclf-abuso and
excess, havo brought about that stato of
weakness in thoso organs that has reduced
the geneal system so much as to produce
almost ovory other dlseaso Idiocy, lunacy,
paralysis, Bpinal affections, suicide, and al
most every other form of disease which
humanity is heir to, and the real eauso of
tho trouble scarcely ever suspected and
have doctored for all but the rlht one.
DiseaseVof these organs require the use
of a Diurotlo. HELM HOLD'S FLUID
EXTRACT liUCHU is the great Diurotlo,
and Is a certain curefor diseases of the
Illadder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Organ
ic Weakness, Female Complaints, Gener
al Debity, and all diseases of the Urinary
Organs, whether existing iu Mule or I"e
malo, from whatever cuuso originating,
and no mutter of how long standing.
. If no treatment is submitted to, Con
sumption'or Insanity may ensue. Our
flesh and blood are supported from those
sources, and tho heilth and happiness,
asd that of Posterity, depends upon
prompt usoof a reliable remedy.
Helmbold's Extract liuchti, established
upward of lilXoars, prepared by II. T.
HELMBOLD, Druggist, 5'U P.roadway.
New York, and '104 KsuU. UKii Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. Pan K-t l.2r. por bottle
or 6 bottles for H.80, delivered to any ud
dross. Sold by all Di uggests everywhere.
ON K ARE GENUINE UNLESS
DONE TP IN Sl'EL ENGRAVED
Wrapper, fan-smilo of my Chemical Ware
house andMgned H.T. IlULMiOI.P.
ftchool Tax: Aoliec.
NOTICE Is hereby given that thn School
Duplicate of Tioncsta llorough, of tax
of 1H70, havo lioen placed in my hands tor
collection. In accordance with" tho Act of
Assembly, in such case made and provid
ed, I bereliy give notice that I will attend
at my store, in Tioncsta llorough, Pa., for
tho purpose of receiving- said tax, for two
months from date. It is under Act of 21st
April, iwn, that all persons who shall bo
foro the expiration of two munths from
tho dato of this noliee, pay their tax shall
be entitled to a deduction of five per cent.
D. S. KNOX, ,
' Treas'r Tioncsta lioro. H. D.
Dated Sept. 12, 170. 4-3t.
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THE LIFE OF GEORGE P. HELDEN.
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lar, table of contents, sample pages and
terms. A. II. II U hliAlil), Publisher, 400
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Piu 24S-4L
An unfailing remedy for all Bronchial Dif
ficulties, Sore Throat and Dohbv
DR. WELL'S '
also purity tho blood, assist circulation
and ajresst decay, acting directly on the
Mucous Membrane thev sould be prompt
ly and freely taken in all exposure or vio
lent change of worther, as tliey will keep
up tho circulation of the blood and thus
ward oil' all tendency to cold uud Lung
FOK WORMS IN CHILDREN
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are a never failing remedy. Try Them.
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No competition, lib
S. W. KENNEDY,
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oral pay given.
WANTED AGENTS everywhere to
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coming book, "Prussia and tho Franco
Prussian War." A live subject for a wide
awake canvasser. Address li. li. RUS
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100,000 Amenta Wantod for
KOW WOKEN CAN MAKE MONEY,
anil other best books in the market.
EcKinney A Martin, ICAH Chestnut Street,
AGENTS WANTED TOli
"LADIES OF THE
Standard and ofTlcial biographies of every
mistress of tho President's mansion from
Washington to Grant. Superbly illustra
ted on steel. For circulars and terms ad
dress U. S. Publishing Co., N'jw Yoak.
$1,000 TO $2,000
SAL All Y WE GUARANTEE TO
BOOK AGENTS of experience; or a
larger CimiiuiIsnIoh than is ollorcd by
any olhcr Publishers. AJIcnU are making
fki to J)0 per week canvassing lor our new
Illustrated books. We guarantee Agents
h sail ry or a lurge commission, w ith a
choice of two now and popular books and
exclusive territory. We oiler a rare chance
to euergetic men ami women to make
mouev. Secure your ag"iicv direct from
tho publishers.. J. E. Hl'KIt .V CO.,
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it will pay.
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sell tho celebrate 1 HOME Slll'T
TLE SEWING MACHINE, llastheiui
tier feett, mu'iestlii) "luek mteh" (alike, on
both bidesj ai.il is fully licen ced. '1 he be ,:
uud cheapest family Sewui' Machino in
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Chicago, 111., or St. Louis, Mo, 31-41
VI TANTEI. Land in Pennsylvania for
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The placo to buy every variety of tho
VERY BEST TEAS
l o west r n i ens,
la at tho cxtrnsivo Tea Store of
H. T. CHAFFEY,
where yon can always find a largo assort
ment of the Iwst Teas at New York prices.
A large assortment of
Groceries and Provisions,
unefpialnd In quality and chenpnossby any
other store in Warren county, always oil
hand. The people of Forest county will
save money by purchasing their supplies
at this place,
liest brands of
FAMIL ? FLO LT .re
delivered at any depot on tho lineof tho R.
xv. 1 1 te.
Store on Main St. near tho DepS.
ADJOINING1 THE HOLME3 HOUSE,
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The subscribers having ro-rcnted the
Would say to their old customers, and
tho community peni raliy, that tliev keep
constantly on hand a largo stock of
of all prades, Chop Feed, Shorts, It ran,
Oats and CAirn. With our facilities for do
lii business, we purposo not to bo under
sold by any establishment in this section
of tho country, and would say to tho lum
bermen and dealers of Forest county, that
thoy can bo
and more promptly than from any other
point. Immediate attention given to all
ordors from a distance,
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LOTS FOR SALE!
BOROUGH OF TIONESTA.
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Dlt. J. N. IIOLAUD, of Tidioute, has
returnsd to his practice, after an ab
senco of four months, spent iu the Hospi
tals of Now York, where bn will attend
calls In his profession.
(Illleo in Eureka Drug Store, 3d door
abovo tho bank, Tidioute, Pa. 4!Hf
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