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R. . M'QUILLEN Eorrtm.
TUESDAY MOHMIWC, OCT. II-
Apology.
Va have delayed the publication of
our papa in order to girt, as far m
possible, tbe result of thaeleetioat bold
in this tad other States oa Tuesday.
Porott County.
. 6 feel juat pride la beinf . able
t) record that onr county hat gone
Republican by an increaaed majority.
Forest caa now aafely bo aet down
among the Republican counties W the
old Keystone State. Every Republi
can candidate nv one waa elected by
good round majority.
The Elections.
The rtsult of the elections held ei
Tneaday is noat gratifying- to Repub
licans So fiur as can be learned unHI
the hour of going to press, every Bute
whore elections were held baa gone
Republican by aa increased majority.
Instead of losing any members of Con
great, we hare actually gained some,
and we think it safe to ray that c,f the
aixty-one members to the next Na
tional house of repreaentatirea chosen
in the different Statee which held their
lections on Tuesday, at least forty
fire are Republicans. We lure every
reason to be satisfied with the glorious
victories won oa Tuesday.
Cuba'aReply topeln.
When the Spanish authorities pro
posed to the New YorkCuban Junta
to assure unconditional peace to the
Island, on condition that the revolu
tionists as for an autonomy, M which
shall be granted," similar to that of
Canada, the patriots repliedjtbat noth
ing short of entire freedom from Spain
can secure any liberty for Cuba, and
that there is no rowibility of anyj
agreement, the basis of which ahall
not be the independence of the island ;
that such a proposition is a sarcasm,
since the Spanish, government can a at
recognise any right to the Cubans, as
long as it preserves ia the island its
ruinous system, and It knows that
when the Cubans shall have the man
agement of their own afiairs under the
Spanish flag, it caul J not carry to its
.exchequer the millions it has been
drawing annually, nor to continue to
overflow the island with officials with
out conscience, who only come over to
Cuba to get rich upon the ruin and
degradation of the natives, and to per
petuate the odioBS regime of their
scandalous abuses; that the Span's'i
government knows the Cubans are ab
olitionist, while the negro traders and
the great majority of the slave-holders
are Spaniards, and although the Min
istry at Madrid, forced by the Ameri
can administration, would promulgate
the emancipation of the slaves, those
men, who now represent Spain in Cuba,
would deadly oppose ti e enforcement
of such a measure, and would resist,
aa they have already resisted, to obey
it; that even the submission of tbe t of
nnteers to the laws proceeding from
the peninsula and the apparent good
faith of all the Spaniards with respect
to their promises of liberalism, would
not form the basis oa which reasons
could be fouxded to induce the Cubans
to lay dr.wn their arms, since they
have been always deceived by the
Spanish Government: that the patriots
cannot draw a curtain over luxury of
horror, with which tbe b pan tarda nave
made war upon the Cubans, nor over
the numberless murders committed in
cold blood on peaceful citizens, in the
solitude of the fields as well as in the
center of the town ; ia the dead of
night as well as in full daylight; that
the Cubans cannot forget the transpor
tation it untried men by hundreds to
Fernando Po, nor the women violated
right before the eyes of their tied hus
v bands, fathers, brothers and sons, nor
the infants run through with the points
of the byoneU.
The Midnight Raid.
A STOUT Or fABKEB's LaXDIVG.
It was a still hour cf midnight Not
a star shone without the black and
ominous sky. The ripplinj of the
waters of the Allegheny, the nilT of
aa engine, the croak of a disconsolate
tree toad, or tbe howl of some unfor
tunate benriniat were all the sounds
that disturbed the night In that hour
of gloom, two mysterious figures might
have been seen stealing csuti-tisly
down the'steps leading to Ferry land
ing, their feet were muffled, and not
a word escaped their lips, as they rap
idly approached the margin of the
river. Ia the thick darkness the clank
ing of a chain waa heard, than the
grating of a skiff on tbe gravel as it
wss pushed into the water, and one of
the two unknown put his foot into Jut
boat, followed closely by his com pan
ion, when suddenly a murderous yell
saluted their ears and made them start
as if struck by a bolt of forced light
ning.
They were struck I
It was a fist that did it
They retreated a few steps to gather
wind and reconnitie but the un
known yellist followed closely and
with muscle rained he plunged into
the bread-basket of the intruders, and
they staggered apart lie stood be
teea them like the Colossus of Rhodes,
breathing heavily and defiantly, his
giant arms striking from the shoulder
and yelling to them to come p and
be slaugtered.
Oae of them came.
His right 1st struck the eye of the
pugilist, and tbe pugilist was com
pelled to go one eye only oa them
both.
The mysterious ones suddenly closed
oa the single warror, and with a sud
den dash they left him like Moses,
floating apea the bosom of the oily
deep.
Fleet were the steps of the unknown
but loud were the threats of the des
perate man who lay sprawling ia the
bed of the Allegheny, with nary a
kiver to keep out the cold. Mad and
furious at his discomfiture, he sprang
dripping to his feet, aaeVrushed after
absk fleeing forms of hie antagonists.
But they were gone; and shaking
himself like some great New-Found-lander,
returned to his lair in the
boat, and tried a perspective view in
to the dim future going only one eye
en the effort.
Thus endetk the midnight raid.
East Brady Independent
THE WAR IN EUROPE.
LoHDOH.Ovt 10. the following de
tails collected from various sources
are published here to-day t
The Italian Government has formal
ly repudiated any desiga looking to
the re-annexation -of Nice and Savoy.
The result of Plebiscitnm in the Ro
man States officialy published as fol
lows; for Italian Unity,13,S6dgaiiut
1,507, majority, 11,850.
A dispatch from Epinal, dated last
eveuing, reports sharp fighting ia the
department Vesges. The Prussian
force consisted of about 9,000 men the
French force was not so large and had
less aitillery than the Germans. The
Cgdtiug luted all day, when night put
aaeud to the conflict The contest
was undecided. The French retained
their position which the Germans had
attempted to carry a number of times.
Gene.al Dupree, the French, com man
dei, was slightly wounded in this en
gagemeut The Prussians have arrived
near Breustidt, a .i d skirmishing has
al.caJr contended.
George Sau.ilers wiites from Paris,
that the cily is good for a six mouths
siege. The Pall Mall Gaselte has a
correspondent who writes hi a similar
strain. Another despatch however,
ays: Fans is now at the mercy of
the Prussian guns oa the bight of
Villa Jui The Prussians in the De
partment of Aube. The Prussians
again threaten Giessora, where they
were repulsed by the National Garde
five days ago. The redoubt of Pier
refetti, near St Deui, has been aban- j
doned by the French, the position be
ing untenable. Two Frenchmen who
were caught cutting the telegraph
wires, were immediately shot by Prus
sians.
Tocns, Oct 10. The government
announces cheering intelligence from
every quarter of France. Peasants
are prepared to rise to crush the inra
dears. The army organization proceeds
rapidly. It is reported Gambetta re
cently left Paris in a balloon,, and
landed safely outside the - Prussian
lines. It is said he ia now on bia way
toTours.The following dispatch is just
made pubic by tbe governmeut:
' Beluxubcs, Oct 10. There have
been no serious engagements since
those at Thoury. Pithivers is now oc
cupied by the French.
Tours, Oct 10. The enthusiasm is
increasing. Volunteers are rapidly
swelling the ranks of the two armies
now forming. The Prussians seem to
be determined to advance into Nor
mandy. . The people ia that province
are sending their grain and catsle fur
ther south, and placed every obstacle
possible ia the way of the Prussians.
Papal troops and Garibaldians make
a force of six thousand, from the neu
clus of one of the new armies.
Losnow, Oct 10;--Ths Journal de
Brussels is responsible for the story
that negotiations are now pending be
tween the German Government back
ed by Russia, and Napoleon, the ob
ject being to prevent the establish'
weut of a French Republic.
St. Bt'Kcrur, Oct 10. The enemy
now seems to be abandoning the posi
tion at this poiiit The entire German
force which has been operating ia this
direction, is now reported moving up
on ooissons, wbicn is able to make an
enegetio resiatence.
Londox, OctlO. It is said that the
Prussians will not take any action to
opposo the convention of the French
Constituent Assembly.
Railroad Ira i us now run day and
night on railroads to the eastward oft
ran. They are used by the rruwiani,
who are bringing up their heavy siege
gans. One of the trains was thrown
from the t-ack last night neat Vitry,
and four Frenchmen Lvthat neighbor
hood were arrested oa seapiooa of hav
wilfully loosened the rails.
Rous, Oot 10. Several Preach
speculators were lately caught selling
supliea to the lavaders. They were all
arrested.
Tours, Oct 10. ThJPsefect ef the
Department of Aisne sends the follow
ing dispatch to the Government dated
St Qucntid, midnight October 7th:
Tne Prussians have arrived within
three leagues of us and we expect them
to attack at daylight We shall do
fend the place with the Garde Nation
ale and firemen.
Berli, Oct 10. The Ausen3er,o
ficial journal, denies the existence of
any correspondwee between King
William and the Pope since tbo 30lh
of July.
Gen. von Fackenalive have revoked
bis prohibition against social Dome
crat meetings. He exacts police super
vision of any meetings tending to
embolden France to decline reasona
ble terms of peace.
The netghberhooJ wf TNrts, and es
yecially on the road to Roeae, ia in
fested with robbers, and night patrols
have been organised to reprcsss law
lessness. Tours, Oct 10. Alexander Glals
Bizain, one of the members of the Na
tional De&nse Committee, has issued
aa address to his coniituents, declining
re-election. lie expresses confidence
in the situation of the armies now
formiu, which hi thinks will expel
the enemy from France. .
St. pETER8BVRG,Oct 10. The pop
ulation of the Diel of Schagrebsiah,
having rebelled against Easier, the
Russians have subjected the region
again to his authority. The Russians
were obliged to storm Kinab, where
the rebels entrenched themselves. In
this encounter the Russians suffered a
loss of ore officer killed and eight
wounded, and eighteen men killed and
two wounded. The rebel loss is not
given, but. was heavy. At lan ac
counts the country was quiet
TouROctl0. The Pruwiana hav
attacked New Breisach. The connon
ade is sharp, and the besieged are an
swering vigorously.
The Constitutional to-day announces
that tne arrondissmcnt of ayence
has chosen the Count of Paris, Gens.
Trochu and Bazaine as their con didate
to tbe Constituent Assembly.
Uen. Ulrich will receive the grand
cross of the Legion of Honor.
It is again reported to-day the gov
ernment will be obJigTto quit Tours
after election, as thers is no place large
enough for the sittings of a Constitu
ent Assembly. Bordeaux is likely to
ho chosen as the capital.
At is announced by some journals that
electors are likely to be again defeat
ed. Los Dos, Oct 10. The Manchester
Guardian, to-day, has a special tele
gram which announces that the bom
bardment of Palis will begin early
next week. The cannonade will be
preceded by a formal summons to sur
render the citv.
A dispatch from Frieburg, dated to
day, has the following: New Bristach
having refused to surrender, the Prus
sians opened a cannonsde at several
points with eight guns, and fires broke
out in the town in consequence.
The Prefect of the Rhine threatens
severe penalties against insubordina
tion. Tocrs, Oct 10. The journals here
beleire that Napoleon waa the author
of the Wilhelmshohe Manifesto, not
withstanding the denial by M. Fictrie,
and that the denial was made only be
cause the document was not well re
ceived. Um RAVELERS
ill 11 LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSUIt
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Conn. Cash Assets, 11,500,000.
Grants LIFE and ENDOW
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II rates. Also insures against ACCI
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disability. Policies written by the year or
month. Has paid 700 per day for (41 x
Years In benefits to policy-holders. 17-4t
$25
A DAT 1-49 new article for agents
bampleafree. H. B. KHAW, Al
fredMe.
ROYIL HAVAIA LOTTERY.
Prises canned and information furnished
by OKOKtiK UFHAM, Providence, K. J.
27-41
50 Cents to 15 per Evening, si Home,
We are prepared to furnlah profitable
employment to Men and Women at their
homes. One person in each locality
throughout the United btatea, can engage
in this business at arrest wairea. We send.
frisk, full partiuulara and a valuable sam
ple, which will do to commence work on.
Any person seeing this notice, who wauls
firofltable, periuanet work, should sand us
heir address, without delay. K. C. AL
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T1RIDK AND BRIDEGROOM. Essays
M-r lor loung sieo, tree, in sealed envH
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if .riutaauipnia, re.
BRIE RAILWAY !
1,40 Miles "ndor one management.
M Miles Without change f Poach,
THE BROAD GUAGE DOUBLE
TRACK HOUTE.
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ATiJunxccxTixa
A WD
BEST USD SQTHWEST I
! ILAILWAY BXTSKM moM
Cincinnati to IVaw Tork.
Cleveland to New York...,
Dunkirk tn New York...
Raftalo In New York
Rocheatecto New York..
ftWMIlM
,...8?A Miles
Miles
423 Mllea
SW Mflea
And Is ft-osn S3 to 27 tnlles tbe short
est route.
New and Improved coaches are ran from
Cincinnati. Daytna, Urbana, Marian,
-Gallon, MaMUld, Ash land, Akron,
Cleveland, Warren, Meadviil,Dunklrk,
Buffalo and Kooheeter to New York,
without change, ooly ona changa to Bos
ton. On and after Monday, Jnne 18th, ma
Trains will leave CURRY at the following
hours, vis l
GOING WEST
1
rise A. M. ry Kxprnsx, dally, Mondays
excepted, for Cleveland ClnoinnaU.and the
west and aontk I connects at Meadville for
Franklin and Olt City i at Clarkavllla for
Sharon, Mew Castle and Pittsburg; at Lev
Ittabure, Hnndays excepted, for Younaa.
town; Cleveland with Ik Shore R.R. for
went and north west at Ravana with Cleve
land A Pittsburgh for Alliance and Pitta
burgh i at Akron for Orrvill anil Mtller.
burgj at Urbana with Pittsburgh, Cincin
nati and St, Lonla Railway tor Indianapo
lis, and at Ctortnuatl with the Ohio MIs
ai'MtppI Railway for the south and south
went. A sleeping car ia attached to this
train at HorneUsvlUe, running through to
Cleveland.
13.85 p. m. Night Express, daily for
Cleveland, Cincinnati and the west and
southwest s oonnecta at Meadville.Sunday
excepted, for Franklin and Oil City i at
IrvlUaburS,&unday excepted for Younga
0". a ! at Cleveland with Lake Shore Rail
way for the west and northwest, and at Cin
cinnati with the Ohio Mississippi Rail
way for the south and southwest. A sleep
Ing carls attached to this train at N. York
running through to Clnclnnatti.
. 8
7.05 A.M. Express Mail.Mnaday except
ed, for Cleveland and the Wast; connects
at Meadville, for Franklin and Oil City ;
at Clarkavllla with Erie A Pittsburgh Rail
rand, tor Sharon. New Caxtle and Pitts
burgh, and at Cleveland with Lake Shore
Railroad for the West and north-west. A
Bleeping ear la attached to thla train at New
York running through to Meadville.
5
.as P. M. Freight and Accommodation,
daily.
0.87 P. M. Freight and Aeeomatadltloa
dally gundaya excepted,
4
L90P. M. Way Frelght,Sundayi exeept-
GOIKO EAStj
4.17 A. M. New York Day Express, dai
ly Sundaya Wxceptedi connects at Great
Bond with Delaware, LackawannOcf Wes
tern Railway, for 8c ran bin, and at N. York
with midnight express train tt New Jer
sey Railroad for Philadelphia.
A sleeping ear it attached to this train at
Cleveland running through to Ifornella
villa connecting with train having new
and Improved Drawing Room Coaches at
tached, running through to New York.
1.00 P. M. Lightning Express, connect
ing daily at El intra with Northern Central
Railway, for Wllliamsport, Ilarrisburg,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, and at New
York for Boston and Mew England cities.
A sleeping coach la attached to this train
at Cincinnati running through toN. York.
o
. 37, P. M. Cincinnati, Express daily,
Sundayaexcepted, connecting at Bingham
ton for Albany and the celebrated sum
mer resort Sharon Springs, and at New
York for Boaton and all New England cit
ies. A sleeping car ia attached to this train
at Meadville running through to New
York.
' '3
4.17 a. m. Stock freight and Accommo
dation Sundaya excepted.
a
5.45 p. m. Fright and Accommodation,
Sundays excepted.
S
10.25 a. tn. Way Freight Sundara ex-
eepted.
Boaton and Aw England aeaMWrllBOI'aas
with their Kaggaga are tranaierred free of
charge in Aew York,
The beat ventilated and most luxurious
Sleeping coaches jaar-ia tha World-- ac
company ail aiglU trainee this railway.
teavThe Erie Railway Cbmsaav has a.
pened a new Ferry from their Jersey City
Depot to tbe foot of 23d Street, thus ena
bling Passengers to reach theapper oortioa
to fue city without the expanse and annoy,
anos of a street ear or omuibua transfer.
Vm. The scenery along the entire route
of the Erie Railway ia of the most pictur
eeque and beautiful character. Admirers
of nature's beautiea, In a day light journey
over this Line, will And In its aver chang
ing landscapes subjects of continual ad
miration ana interest.
BAUUAUtC VMXKXD THROUGH,
and Fare as Low aa by any other routs,
ISI FOR TICKETS VIA ERIE R'T.
Whteh can be obtained at all the princi
pal Ticket Olttoss in the West or South
west. WM. B. BARB,
L.D. Rcckkb, Uen'l Pass'r Aft.
Oen l Supt.
ANDREWS & CO.,
Manufacturers of
ERnir.S BOILERS,
Ditf LL1NQ TOOLS, AND ALL KINDS
CAisnsra-s.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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TIDIOUTE, PA,
JOHN AKDRgWS. If, riSBK.
O-II
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indiscretion, causing nervous debility
preuuuure uecay, eu., uaving tried in vain
every advertised reiuadv. hss s slmnla
means of self-cure which he will send tree
to bis fullow-sutterera. Address J. 11,
TCTTLK, 78 Nasau at., New York. 27-4t
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Kas eal lastraateats ef all BeserlyUews,
PIANO 4 0EQAN STOOLS,
SPREADS, Ae.
Old and second band instruments taken
In exchange for new ones and full value
allowed.
KTKftY nCBTRUMKltT WARBARTKD.
Center Itreet s . . til at. Pa.
Mot. 11, tf.
JACOB tnUUTEB.
Bavins? fitted np a Aral class
r.- w . m a . 1 0 Aj 1 iaJLij
Are prepared to furnish to order all kinds
of manufactured lumber such as
rtOOMIiTO,
aiDitra, ausrACB-
PXESSKD L VitBXB;jSASH,
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Kar. 4,tf.
JACOB 8HRTVER,
Tioueata, Pa.
Why
Is it that Dr. Roback'a Stora
ach Bitters increase in sale
Terr year f
Because
t They are the best combina
' tion ever made.
Why
Do the DraggisU recom
mend Dr. Roback's Bitten
to their customers?
Because
After years of experience
and trial they hare been
proren to be a sure cure
for Dyspepsia and Indiges
tion. " Why
Is it that Physicians use
and recommend Dr. llo
back'a Sugar-coated Blood
Tills?
Because
They know the ingredient
ef which they are made.
Why
Are Dr. Roback'a Blood
Turifier and Blood Fills
the best remedies taken to
gcther for the cure of all
diseases of the blood ?
Because
.The Blood Purifier is the
only article in the market
which contains the celebrated
costly Drugs imported ex
pressly from Sweden for its
manufacture, and the Pill
contain the active principle
of Podophyllum (Mandrake
Hoot,) and is a substitute
for Mercury.
Why
Are Dr. C. W. Roback'a
Stomach Bitters, Blood Pu
rifier and Blood Pills the
three greatest remedies the
world has ever known?
Because
After eleven years' experi
ence and trial the sales have
increased each and every
year, and thousands of let
ters (unsolicited) of the re
markable cures they have
Erformed bear witness.
:&d the letters in Local
Column of cures by these
medicines.
VENTURE HOTEL.
amoukko Ta-a aaroT,
WHITE OAK, JVreel County, 2V
HUMMA60N, BRO S, Propr's.
TniS house Is new and fitted up in first
clasa stvle, and la headquarters for all
persona visiting the great oil held of Hick
ory. The bar is furnlnhed with the best
ofliquors. The proprietors will spare no
pain 4 to wake it the most desirable atop.
plug place ia (he oil regions, 12-ly.
P23lli'STLVA2fZA CEN
TRA!. RAIXJO.OAD
OW AND AFTER 11 P. p. Nnnriar May
1, 1S7S, Trains arrive at and leave the
Union Depot, corner of Waahlaton and
M Deny street, aa follows t
ARRIVE.
Msll Train. 1.M a nt I Fast Una 11. tl a
an I Well s accommodation Ni. 1, S.3S a m
Rrlntmn accommodation No 1, 7.&0 a m
Wall's accommodation No t, K.&5a m Cin
cinnati expreaa S. 20 a m Johnstown ac
commodation 10.A0 ami Bradilock'a ae
oonMnndatlflsi No 1, 7.00. pm Pittsburgh
express 1.80 p m; Pacific express l.M p m i
HoAeWnod accommodrtlon No I, S.M pm
Wall'a accommodation No 4, S.AO p m
Brlnton accommodation NoSLLlOp mi
Way Passenger 10j p nu
DEPART.
Bonthem Jexpress S.2T(a m t Pari fin ax
resa S.48 a m ! Wall's accommodation No
, a.S0a m i Mall Train 8.10 a m t Hrlnton'a
accommodation 19.20 a m Braddnck'a ac
eommodatlon No 1, S.ie p rn Cincinnati
Sxpresnla:u p m Wall's accommodation
N S, llJl am Johnatown accommodation
f .SA'p m I Homewood accomraotlatinn No
1, 8.50 p m t Philadelphia ex press 8.M p m
Wall accommodation No 8.8.01 n m: Wall'a
accommodation No 4, S.05 p m last Line
7.4S p m Wall's No Vll.ODj m.
I Tbe Charch Tralna leave Wall's Station
every 8nndsy at S.05 a. m reaching Pitta
anrgn at iv.waa. m. Heturningeave rltta
burgh at lS.Opm'aaMlrrivaCat Wall's
Station at 2.10 p.m.
tlndnnstl esnreas leaves dallr. Month-
ern express daily except Mrtnday. All eah
er Trains daily, except Sunday.
For .further Information 'aply to
W. H. BECKWITII, Agent,
The Pennsylvaaia Railroad; Company
will nnt assume any Risk Ibr Hagiraga ex
cept ar:Wearinir1Apprsl. and limit their
rsponsibllity to One Hundred Uollal val
ue. All baggage exceeding that m onnt
in value win he a the risk or the f net
nleas taken bypeclal)Doatract.
A. J. CASftA)
General Superintendent. Altoona fa.
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IS Prepared to deliver the beat quality o
Owl at ;the old Everhart Rank, two
mllea from Newmanvllle for 7 eeals per
or at Tioaasta and vicinity Ibr
25 CENTS PEB BUSHEL.
IIv always has large supply on hand.
Now Is the Ume to lay in a large supply
Orders promptly attended to - 29
INKURAte:? ACCNCY,
ESTABLISHED MAY VOt
I-ITE, nHX, ACCZD2Tr
AND -
LITE STOCK POLICIES,
ISSUED IN FIRST CLASS COMPANIES.
Lessu raeami aufstkb ax rus.
As C. SAMPSON, Sea. Ace t.
J. D. HENRY, OU City,
Aaft for Venango Co-, Pa.
ADnllesllona MnelwAft uiil Tnrnn.t.n.
f I - . . . WHV
fVirnisihd by Am H. ttTKiciaJB, mt Tionenta
SBTlMSJal sraiiisi, pilLJ
TIDIOUTE EMPORIUMS
M. P. GETCHELL,
Dtattr a
DRY GOODS
&eU4sta, lleMfa aft Bha,
HATS &5 CAPS,
Ac, slCu &c,
COBXSB MAIN at DEPOT &T&,
TIDIOUTE, PA.
Has the Largest and moat Complete Stock
now on nana, or auy atore la
WESTERS PEHHSTLYAXIJL
Ilaviof purchased rov stock since
the neat decline la Gold, I can sell
roods cheaper than any Dry Goods
House ia the OU Regions. Persons
purchasing goods of me will save 25
percent, m. r. UrJlVIUSLJ
Tidioute, April 11, 1870. 4-6m
TOH WORK neatly executed at this office
r at reasonable rates.
CHANCE seldom offered ! I own In
il tareat In one of the best Silver Mines
of the day, developing, etc., near George
town, Col. Can aatlfy you of its undoubt
ed value aa a good Investment and a paying
one. Best of referenoea given. I wish to
aell one-balf of It very cheap for rash.
Address ray att'ye, Townacnd Hits, 134
Houta Third street, Phil, l a. it.
oil Creek & Allegheny Elf crRy
WARREN FRANKLIN, FARMKRrl
A OIL CREEK RAILROADS CONSOL
IDATED New and Uost Dlreot ioate to Ue Olt
nog ions.
r
WIWTEH ARRANGEMENT.
On and After MONDAY WAY SOT IT. TO
trains will run aa follows i
LttAVBTORRI
8.00 A. M. KXPRKNS-Snartansbnrs:
8.i Tryonvllle Hydetown 7.11 1 Tt-
luavuie arrive i.ja, oepani juuier
Farm 7,M i Ploneet a.07 t Petroleum Ou
tre arr. 8.11, Iva. 8.17, Columbia 8., Tarr
Farm 8.2.'Rynd Farm , BouaeVUle
8.S8 1 IM1 City 8.M Iva 9.00, Rnckwood '
Walnut bend Oleopolls a.!29, connect- .
Ing with train for Pitliolei) Henrv'a Hand v
. Mole noca, i ioneaia iu.ix, nica-
orr White Oaka 10.84. arr. l'idioate
arrives 10.84, Iv. 10,60, Thompson's I
arriving at Irvlngton at 11.86a. tn'.
1 1. 3fv A. m. M At Lr Bpartansburg 11.49.
Cenlrsvllle, 11,7 p. m. Trvonvllle
jiyaetown ix.hu. arrives at 1 Itnsvlll II to.
Ivs. 12.48, Miller Farm 1.04, Pioneer 1.17,
arr. Pet. Centre l.'V. Iva 1.27. Columbia
1.SS, Tarr Farm 1.88, Rynd Farm
Kouseville 1.47, arr. Oil ( fly S.0S, Iva. S.1 1,
Hook wood' .WalnutBond Oleooo.
lis 2.40(oonnect with train fir Pitholel
Henrv'a Bend . Easle Kock . Tion
estalln, Hickory' , White Oaks s,rt,
art. Tidioute 4.03, Iva. 4.07, Thompson's
smves ai imneron s.nv p. m. -COS
PM ACCOMMODA'N.Bitartanabura
8.SA, Centre vl He 7.00, Trvonvllle at
Hydetown 7.25, arrTituaville 7.SS Iva 7.4.V
Miller Farm 8.06. Pioneer 8.30. arr at Pet.
Centre 8.28, Ws8.SA, Columbia 8.41, Tarf
Farm a4, Rynd Farm ,Rouaeville S.4
arrivaa at Oil City B.10 p. m.
LRAVKS IRV1MKTOW.
11.44 A. M. M AIL Tlnin .M.
UU li8a,v 2.Sat le taka I2.&S
.iv"ij, i i loneaia ioj, rjuiie iiock
.Henrv'a Bend Oleopolls 2.08 fcon. v
fcects with train for Pltholo) Walnut Bend
, Bockwood , arr Oil City S.SS Iva
1.41, BousevilletftH, Kvnd Farm
Tarr Farm S. 10 arr at' Pet. Centre 8.20
lva.S.83, Pioneer 8.30, Miller Fsrm 8.48, '
arr. Tltuavllln 4.04, lvs 4 14 Hydetown
4.24 p. m., Tryonville Centrevllle
4.60, 8partansl.il: K 5.14, arr at Corry 4.44
p. m.
4.00 P. M. EXPltKSS-Thompaon's at
arr at Tidioute 6.50,levs &.62,WhM
caks 8.07, Hickory , Tionesta S.S7,
Eagle Kork. , Henry's Bend Ole
opolls 7.IS, Walnut Bend Hock wood
arr Oil City 7.40 Ive 7.47, Housevllla
.63, Rynd Farm Tarr Farm 8, 14, CoU
umbiaX18, arr Pet Centre 8.S5 Iv 8.2H, PI- , ' "
oneer 8.SA, Miller Farm 8. 44, arr. Tituavllla
a.10. lvs tt.15, Hydetown 123, lyonvillo
Spartansburg, 10.7, arr at Corry 10.34
p. m.
lkav ott, tarr.
7.00 A.M. ACt X)M MODATION-LRor.se.
villa 7.14, Kvnd rarm , Tarr Farm 7.24
Colamia7J2, arr Pet. Centre 7 J4 Ive 7.8l, t
Pioneer 7.45, Miller Farm 8.00, arr. Tltua- v
ville 8.18, lvs. 8.23, Hydetown 8.81, Tryon. .".(,
ville Centarville 8,50, Spartansburg
8.10, arr, Corry t.S4 a. m.
All tralna connect at Corry with trains
en Phila. A Erie Hall road and A. A i. W.
Kant and Weat for New York, Philadel
phia, Harrisburg, Erie A Cleveland, and
with Buffalo, Corry at Pittaburgh Kailway
Ibr Buffalo and all pnlntaoa theN, Y. Cen
tral nau way. At imi city wltn trains on
Allegheny Valley Railroad, and anklln
Branch A. A U. W. At Irvlneton with
trains on Phila, A E. Hail road east and
west.
CJ.nEPBCRN JNO. PITCAIRN.
Superintendent. CJen'l Manager.
M1EGHENT VaLLEY RAILROAD!
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
Paott
The oil legions to ntlsbnrgh,
THE EAST AND THE WEST I
f SLXSPIJfa CABS
On all night trains. Passengers and fcag-
iu s vu vy, rasa or
C'UAnoKt
Trains niakS direct connection with Ml)
Roade centering at Oil City, and leave aa
follows I
Day Express leave Oil City st....M .10 s m
Arrives at Pittaburgh 630pm
Night Express Leave Oil City.... 030 urn
Arrives at Pittaburgh 7 IX) a m
Klttannlng Ace. leave Kmlentnn 6.10 p m
" , " arr. Klttannlng S.oOpnt
Mixed way leaves Oil City 7 lie a m
Arr at Weatl'enu J unction. 7 06 p m
Day Express Tares PituUurgh at 7 16 s nt
Arrriveaat Oil City at 1 65 p nt -.
Night Express IaveaPittsburgh 8 00 pm r. '
Arrives at Oil City Sue am.'
Parker Ace. leaves Klttannlng at 7. SO am i
" . "-Arrives at 1'arker at . ft a in
Mixed way Iva WeatPenn June. 7 US am
Arrives at Oil City at 6 00 p nt
Passengers travelling by thla Route will
Ond better accommodations and make bat
ter time than bv any other road from the)
Oil Kegiona to Pittsbnrgh.
J. J. LAWREMCE, Gen. Supt.
ERIE & PITTSBURGH R. R
0
in and after Monday, Nov. 15, 18B9
trains will run on this road as follows!
LEAVE ERIE SOUTHWARD."
11:56 a. sr. accommodation Leaves
Newcastle at 7:05 and arrives at Pittsburgh
10:00 a. in.
10:25 A. at nTTSBrmoH M atopa at all
stations, and arrives at A. O. W. K. It.
Transfer at 1:50 p. m., at Newcastle at ;15
p. m., and at Pittsburgh at fcOO p. m.
8:05 a. M., AoooMMoDATioit, from James
town, arrives at A. A O. W. R. R. Transfer
at 4:40 a. m., at Newcastle at 7K5 a. m., and
PltuburghallO-.00s.m.
6.-00 p. m.. Mixed Train leaves Erie for
Sharon, stopping at all intermediate points
and arriving at 114 a. m.
LEAVE PITTSBURGH NORTWARD.
7i!5 "-i"1" "-, leaves New.
J ? f f 12? s. so., A . O. W. K. R. Trans
fer at llJO a. m., and arrives at Erie at2::to
p. m making close connection for liuila-.
lo and Niagara Falls.
3:35 p. M. accommodation, 1eav 9 New
castle at 6:30 p. m , A. A O. W. R. R.
Transfer at 7:54 p. m., and Jamestown a
8:30 a. m., conneiU with mixed tralna that
arrives in Erie at 1:56 a. m.
&30 r. m. Mixed Train leave Sharon foe
Erl?l,'nd rriv'8 Olrard at 12:30 a. in.,
and Erie at 0:56 a. m.
Trains connect at Rochester with train foe
Wheeling and all points in West Virginia
and at Pittsburgh connections for PhiladeU
phia, Harrisburgh. BalUmore and Wash
ington via Pennsylvania Central Railroad
,Krie..l!:xnrwf North. eonnects at Oirard
with Cleveland and Erie tralna Westward
for Ueveland Chicago. ,d M polnta in
. ,We"i ' withPhiladolptlia it Erie
Ra road for Corry, Warren, Irvlngton,
Tid outo. die., and with Buffalo A Erie
Railroad for-Buttalo, Dunkirk. Niiurars
FallaandNewYorkClty. '
F.N.FINNEY,
General Bup't
WAJ?i1T,Ji0,",TI, To "l the HOME
HllU'rTLlCSKWlNtiM.,ine Price
35 It makes he "Lock HtiU,!,." falik.on
both sides and is the only lix.nac&aaa.
l?d.Bh'ittK" 'hl!'e d for bjaa thanTo.
Licensed by Wheeler Wilson, Urovar
r,er.,!",,"?ereo A other under
foe.1 Shuttle Marhluea sold for les. than
H0 are Infrnigtmenta, and the seller snd
1l"b,roetu.,.loB Address JOHN
JON. Clark Co., Boston, Msss.. PIttM.
I'urgh, P, Chicago, 111., orSt. Iuiaf
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