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TUESDAY MOANING, FEB. 28. The Republican County Commit tee met last evening ns per announce ment. J. B. Agnew, was appointed Representative dclegnte to the Slate Convention, subject to the action of Clearfield and Elk Counties. The Committee expressed themselves in fa vor of a change in the mode of elect ing the Slate Treasurer, believing thnt he should be elected by the ballots of the people instead of the present mode. The Philadelphia Pre, of Satur day, rather laconically remarks: "Every county in IYnsylvania, save Forest, has by this time, we believe, presented its candidate for Auditor General. Although somewhat dimin utive in territory, and boasting but a very meagre poll list, Forest should not allow her modesty to overcome her native worth, and thus lose her right. Let her be heard from." Do you hear that Bro. Dunn T now is the time to name your niau. Clear field Journal. We havo in vain tried to get any of our citizens to say the wanted the office. We don't believe.bowever that, the seeming modesty of Forest is hold ing her back, but think she is layitig off for larger offices. Last summer a party of gipsies, con sisting of two men, two women, and a girl aped about eleven years, passed through the village of Blmore, Craw foid county, going west. Shortly after passing throuch the place a mau en gaged in hauling logs came across a little girl aged about four years, which Imd been left in the road on the route which the gipsies had just passed over. The man picked tip the child and took it to his home. The little thing could give no account of itself, nor never yet has lias conveyed any idea who its pa rents are. The general impression is that the child did Dot belong to the gipsies, and they stole it from some iaraily and becoming tired of it, left it in the road as above stated. There way be somewhere a mourning father and mother whom the publication of tthis item may lead to the recovery of their lost chifd. Will our exehauges give it currency as widely as possible T The above item has been going the rounds of our exchanges for some time. We thought in had been quashed by the Meadyilie Republican, which last week wanted to know where "Bel more" was. The editor of said paper and oureelf have passed many peaceful summers in Cawford county, and have both to learn where the hamlet of "Bolmore" is situated. Change the name of the place, or else stop the pub lication of the item. j Foster On, Territory. The oil territory at Foster Station promises to come prominently before the public the coming spring. Three are now upwards of twelve wells completed in Chat vicinity, but. two of which are pumping over fifty barrels per day, the balance aggerate from ten to tweu-ty-five barrels of oil daily. The aver age depth of the wells is between 1,150 and 1,350 feet. A good many new wells are in various stages of comple tion, and many more are talked of. The theory of an oil belt was advocat ed by many, ami a direct line was sur veyed through from Foster Station to the Scrubgrass oil territory, a distance of four miles. This theorv, however, was exploded by a "dry hole" located directly u the surveyed belt. Anoth er well was put down some distance from the dry hole ofl' the be't which is now pumping twenty-five barrels per day. Must of the territory there abouts is owned by Messrs. Angeil. Prantice & Whitney. The Central Petroleum Company of this place, are the owuers of a farm located a short distance from Foster, and have a well going down at present. As many of our citizens are inieiested in tins ter ritory, we shall endeavor to keep our readers posted as developments pro gress. Pet. Centre Pecord. ATTkMPTr.D Suicide. Mrs. Minoi Hatch residing, uiih her husband, in th? boarding limine over Dr. Bailey's otfi.-e on Pine street, and working in llic -u'at ily of conk at said boarding hous", ntr -uijit-'d to mm to it suicide, on 1'u'ndny nijjbt, by deliberately swal lowing a tni.'jiooiilul of phosphoric rut jHiisor.. The wom.in on tlmt evening v( in to Abbot & Allen's drug store aunt rtf0feil the ilerk to sell her some arsenic, which vun refuted. She then ct.itcd lii. it ho requited the poison to kill ruts, mid finally 'inohue.'l a box nf ''Collar's Rut Ex terminator," which she took home and made ue of in the milliner above mentioned. Dr. Dunn was immediately summoned and an emetic administered j als. , an antidote, which hud the tiled of preserving her li(o until lal evening, when she re mained delirious. It is supposed thut some deep trouble preys upon her mind. She hud been married twice before, and al'terwurds went to reside iu New York, where something occur red which is the cause of her present determination to get rid of herself. She has beeu married to her present husband, who if a lalw rer on the rail road, only six months. He is not a strictly tcmcrat6 man, and has been out of employment for some time. The atteudiug physician thin! 8 it possible Ue nwv recover. TUu le Herald, r. R. DUNX The following from the Vctiai'o Spectator: The latest dose of sickly sentimen tal song is "Give My String of Buttons to Joeie," by a Louisville composer. The same author is at work on "Lend My Chewing Gum to Gertie." Miss Eva Clark, daughter of James Clark, Esq., of Venango, Crawford county, while having some teeth ex tracted on last Monday afternoon, was seized with an attack of syncope and died in a few moments. The young lady was 21 years old. Another Bto St nncF A new well, known as Surprise No. 2,Was struck on Patchell Run on last Sunday. The first day she yielded one hundred and fifty barrels of heavy il, but has set tled down to 75 barrels per day. The working interest is owned by M. Goss, R. Thomas, J. Carle, Thos. Moore and J. C. McKinney, the owners of the first big well struck on this lease. W. T. Baum, Esq., of this city, is the lucky owner of a clear quarter royalty in this teritory, and we are glad to record his luck. Patchell Run is looming up as oil territory, and we look for brisk times there in the spring. The latest revenge of a servant girl came to pass in this city last week. The employer objected to his servant's using his parlor constantly for enter taining her Jeeines. This was a piece of tyranny "help," objected to. The girl left her situation shortly ; the em ployer found ilver spoons twisted to the shape of patent clothes pin springs, besides a sugnr-bowl reduced to an ar ticle of junk by being submitted to the melting influences of a red-hot stove. The unfortunate citizen is hav ing his da innged silver ware made in to a call-bell for the use of the next servant girl, who he is now in search of. She can have unlimited uscof the par. lar. References given, if required. We take the following from the Conncautvillo Courier: Three of the four Republican papers of our county, the Meadville lie. publican and Journal and the Cour ier, are 5n favor of the Crav fold Coun ty System of making nominations, and theTitusville Herald agniust. One evening lart week, a decrowned by Mr. J. A. Power, of this place, jumped through the glass door into Ilammon's store doing no damage ex cept braking the glass. Mr. Power was inside the store, the deer seeing him through the glass, went iu to keep him company. An old native of the sod was in town ou Monday trying to dispose of a load of "pratees," for whi :h he insisted on having "siventy cints a bushel, divil a cint less, d'ye mind." Failing to secure the price demanded, somebody raised the old man's ire by offering him fifty cents a bushel, when he burst out with : "Fifty cints, d'ye say T before 111 sell 'em ler that 111 stay up nijfl ts an ate 'em!" lie took the load buck home. The Brooklyn (Iowa") Journal says: "One of the most charmingly pleasaut incidents that have occurred in the history of Bear Creek, transpired in a district school the other day. while hearing a recitation, the lady teacher casun ly looked around the room ai d observed an incipient sovereign of six or eight glorious summers leaning non chalantly back in his seat with a navy six shooter resting on the desk before him and aimed point blank at herself. It was not a good place to faint ; so, mustering up good courage, she made a slight detour to the left, flanked the batterv and asked him "if that nasty, dreadful thing was loaded?" "Yes em." An unconditional surrender was de manded in the name of the United States and the euoerintendent of Public Instruction, w hich was acceded to by the youngster, and the piece of artillery is now in the hands of the instructress. A portrait of President Wooleey, drawn on paper by a blackened poker, is edifying the Isew Haveners. The name of the artist is not given, but he is evidently an adept at draw poker. Xew Advertisement. AUDITOR'S REPORT. James P. Slprfjins, Treasurer of Forest County in account with the Common weal th of Ten nvl van la, from Jan. 3d, 187U, to Jan. 81t, 187 1. lr. To ain't of State Tax. lf-70 $i'69 f2 " ' Ten day assessment 11 41 " " mercantile appriiisem't 163 50 " " tavern Pi onsea oil no eo " " pamphlet laws 1870 12 00 " " credit ou Co. account 108 41 $710 -ii Cr. Bv balance due last settlement J 1 12 22 Bv Stale Treas. reo't dated Jan. 81 1' 1 02 88 By Ktnte Treas. rec't dated Oct. 4, IN' K5 D8 By Stat Troas. roc't dated Oct. 4, 1H" 101 50 Ily H'a'e Treas. roc't dated Oct. 4, 170 95 50 By peroentagoon J.".! 16 at 6 per cent, 29 10 $740 28 Jaitina P. KllfirillR. Tl-Anwtlrni nf Virtt Coiuity, in account viih tlio 1'uiuls of am ouniv, ironi Jan. jm, 81h, 1871. To am t due laat aettloment " aeiiteil taxca 1S70 " iiidi.'ment, Unl ami " Int. on " " " Dr. M.-:i7 51 Hioo lii 1 'M 00 lit 25 t 88 85 64 37 200 CO 10 25 11 INI 76 Mi 8 0. 16 7T 04'l SO 11 115 12 fto C.i. To rw d l'r m J. W. Miller, Ex Treasurer To a-seasing Millstone Tp., from I lk Co. To county maps ' " ten day aawssment ' " rent of county lands ' " iMi'ance aiv t Of A. H. Knot " ledcmi'tiiiii eiiunty lamia " road tax, Kx-Trea. Miller : " militia ' " " I " couiiljr ordura n.'i a; f'r. 1 l-V.l 41 17H 40 III IK) K1 72 lotu 41 By county orders redeemed " coupons oountv boml " " exonerations " nent"it Minis returned " lands sold to oountv " ain't r harped on istiito aeo't DM 41 " duplirnte road school orders SKI 74 " road suit school orders lSirt.7 1 81 Percentage on JiWtW H8 aehool orders MH 53 " " 421(7 4S road " iort 01 " " 1711 M " com. " 107 70 " " 3717 M hip level " 223 05 " 1078 40 coupons 6170 " ' R2aM4 rod t'n fund l!l t " ' 14501 41 Co. orders 873 68 $-:nw 21 Ity am't charged to balance B'.U 35 RCIlK FUNDS. Harnett Township. To lail.mce due on lat settlement 5"8 48 llj orders redeemed otW 48 Hows Township. To balance due last settlement 319 12 Ily orders redeemed 310 84 By Treas. Sctloy'a receipt 8 28 81! 12 Tlarmonv Township. To bal due last settlement 219 74 " seated lands returned 1809 230 CO 449 74 Hy orders redeemed ' Trea. setley's recoipt 417 81 41 no 4 19 74 Jenks Townshin. To bal.dno last settlement 1274 02 " seated lands rt. l(W-07 00 73 " am't rec. from Kx-Treas Miller 10 S3 1315 68 By orders redeemed 1210 87 ' seated orders " 1808-67 80 73 " cx-Treas. Miller's orders redeomed 2 78 " Treas. Setley's receipt 41 20 1313 58 Hickory Township. To balance due laat settlement 600 80 Hy orders redeemed 278 85 '' error last lettlement 228 01 500 80 Millstone Township. To bal. due last settlement 1542 31 " seated rands rot. 1HS 3 95 1540 2G Hy orders redeemed " Treaa, Setley's roc't 1512 60 3 (kl 1546 20 Klnorslov Townshin. To bal due last settlement 03 f8 " seated lands ret. not ch'd 44 74 728 P2 By orders redeemed 728 U2 Tionesta Township. To balance due last settlement 1127 32 Uy orders redeemed 1127 82 Tionesta Borough. To balance due laat settlement 67 83 By orders redeemed 07 83 ROAD FUNDS. Burnett Township. To balance due la-st acttlciuont 2C0 08 Bv orders redoenied 241 11 Treas. Setley's receipt 18 V4 260 03 TIowo Township. To balance due last settlement 1009 07 By ordera redeemed 1O00 41 " Treas. Setley's receipt V 50 1009 P7 89 95 89 115 Ilnrmnnv TownshiD. To Imlanee duo laat settlement By Treas. Setley's receipt Hickory Township. To ba'anee duo last settlement By orders redeemed 262 70 " error in cliarKe 216 00 " Treas. fSetloy s roecipt 2 00 479 70 479 70 Jcuks Townshin. To bal. due last settlement 965 55 " am't rce'd t'roiu ex-Treaa. Miller 4 22 " am't seated tax 1807 'li 81 10 2 58 Bv orders redeomed 050 02 22 81 48 85 " seated orders " 1867 " Treas. Setley's receipt 1022 58 Kimrslev Townshin To balance due last settlement 640 61 By orders redeemed 640 04 Millstone Townshin. To bal. due last settlement 772 93 " ree'd from ex-Tr. Miller 21 65 794 OS By orders redeemed " Troas, Setley'B receipt T72 93 21 05 794 58 Tlonesta Borough. To balance due last settlement 6 82 By orders redeemed 6 t)2 Tionesta Township. To balance due last sottlenicut 1205 23 By ordera redeemed 1205 21 KOAD COMMISSION FUND. Barnott Township. To bal. doe last settlement 109 78 " ree'd of exTr. Miller 22 07 132 45 Bv orders redeemed ' Treas. Setley's receipt P2 03 80 42 132 45 IfnU'A Tnwuuliin To bal. duo laat settlement 700 79 " ree d of cx-Tr. Miller 80 79 797 58 By orders redeemed " Treas. Setley's receipt 700 79 30 79 797 58 Jenks TownshiD. To bal. due last settlement 702 86 " ree'd of ex-Tr. Miller V& 703 78 Bv ordera redeemod ,l Treas. Setley's roeeipt 702 86 703 78 Millstone Township. To balance due last scllleinent By orders redeemed 280 59 20 oU BIO LEVEL STATE HOal) FUNDS. Howe Township. To bal. due laat settlement 1959 85 " ree'd of ex-Tr. Miller 1 70 11161 65 By orders redeemed " Tioas. Setley'a roeeipt 1959 85 1 10 1961 55 Jenks Township. To balance due last sotticiiiuut 1757 71 By ordera redeemed 1757 71 BKI.1KF FUND. To am't roe'd from ex-Treas. Miller 69 95 By Treas, Setley a receipt 69 95 E. I.. Davis, High Sherlll', Jan. 1, 1x70, to Jan. 1, 1871, in account with Forest Co. To am I of Fees HW 40 liy Iocs uud services 1118 40 J. B. Agnew, Prolhonotary, from Jan. 1st, 1870, to Jan. 1st, 1871, 111 ut comit with Forest County. To am't of fees 6155 Ity I'uca and service 64 W. W. Mason, District Attorney, Jan. 1st, 1870, to Jan. 1st, 1h71, iu account w ith Foril County. To amount of feoa ' 20 00 By toes and aerv ico ' 20 00 County Commissi'. ners, in account w ith Forest County from Jan. h, 1870, to Jan. 7lh, 1871. A. II. Boot, to am't ordr drawn 809 91 Hy baL due pnr nlmot 33 4 " ain't due Sif (jinn 5 I " fit davs service i u S3 " UI2 milei travel " cxpins.'S t Frank I in " ex p. elin-rfu on li -ok " cash ntiiit 1 leas, biggins M) til N. P. Wheeler, to Co. orders drawn 0 10 To credit to ba'ancs . 18 IK) 2!9 00 By 1m1. due as per settlement 87 80 " Z (lavs' set vice l.MI 00 " 612 miles travel 54 20 " expenses 1 00 299 00 18 00 Balance duo Benjamin I-'lliott, to County orders drawn 635 00 To auit er. to balanco 77 73 012 By bal. due last settlement 01 00 " 141 davs' servh-o 4j:l Oil " K2 miles travel 8.1 20 " expenses paid out 43 65 612 75 77 73 Balance dun Jacob Mcreilliott, to County orders drawn To am't cr. to balance 77 00 24 40 101 40 Bv 23 davs' service " 324 miles travel 63 00 82 40 101 40 24 40 Balance due FOBEST COUNTY, s. . We tho undersigned Auditors of Forest County, do certify that we met at the Com missioners' oill-e at the Court House in Tlonesta borough, and did audit, nettle and adjust the account of tho Treasurer, Sher 1U. I'rothonotary, District Attorney and Commissioners of said County, and find tho same as set forth in tlio foregoing re port. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands this 30th day of January. A. D. 1871. "' KM HOI.KMAX, . . ... WILLIAM CLAKK, Auditors. STATE M F.NT of Expenditures of Forest County, A. 1). 1S70. County Commissioners 1242 00 " Clerk 379 50 " Auditors and " 107 00 New Court House 3055 57 Furniture " 2109 21 .Sheritt's house and Jail 217 63 Wild cat and Fox bounty 97 60 Jurytwa 13.-V5 46 Assessors' services 246 22 Printiiur 6'M 70 Council fees lii.-, 85 Constables' services lilo 40 Jurv Commissioners 41 62 Court crier 7.-, 00 Road views 118 00 Fuel ' 129 68 Klei-tiona 213 70 Coinmcnwealth costs 49 45 Honk-and stationery 119 11 Court auditor 15 00 Court house rent 79 20 House of refuse 65106 Kcjristry exuensea 75 55 Wotern I'a. Ilospilal 124 11 Itepairinur bridir, Ma lo Creek 1J9 no New brldjre, Claringtou 1700 64 Corouor'M fees 17 44 Hherilt's lees Jii8 40 1'rothonotary's fees 01 65 District Att'irney'a lees 20 00 Expenses to HaVrisburgH 75 00 Statementof Finances of Forest County for t: o year ending Jan. EOih, 1871. IM1KU1 KHSKSS. To ain't of county loiui 25000 00 " Co. ortiors ouUtund Ing 4..09 32 To am't " for Claring- ton Bridge 288't S3 To am't due J. P. Stains 691 32 " int. due ou coupons 1028 00 $:541U 87 ASSETS. By unseated tax, 18T0 4fi.Vi 12 seated hinds returned 10s3 02 " due from D. Black, ex-Tr. 809 18 Co5 ft! FOUEST COUNTY, ss. Pursuant to law, we the Commissioners of Forest Count , publish the foretroing ex hibit of the receipts and expenditures of said County for the year 1870. In testimony whereof we hereunto set our hamls the V.0.I1 day of.Tuut.a.y, 1671. N. P. WHKKf'.F.n, ) BEN.F. EI,l.lOTT. Commisaioners. J. MKBCILLIOTT. I SHERIFF'S SALES. BY VI RTUE of sundry writs of A emit lioni Exponas, and L"vari Facias, ic sued out of the ourt of C -mmon Fleas of Forest. County, and to me directed, there will be exposed to sale by public vendue or outcry ut tlio Court House iu Ti.i.e.-t.i, on Monday, Feb. 27th,, 1871, at 2 oeloek P. M., the following described real estate, to-wit: tieorgo S. Ixing vs. the Cherry and Trout Run Oil and Miniug Co., al. veil. ex. No. 22 February Term, l71 Mason All do leii'lant's right, title, interest and claim of in and to a certain pioco or parcel nf land situate in the township of Harmony, cow il ly of Forest ( formerly Venango) and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as lollow.i, to-wit: Beginning at a post, thence south ciuhty-niiie decrees east one hundred and seventy-four p relies to a post, thence south one-half dourec rt et one hundred and tweni.v.twoand liiree-leiitlis iicrchcs to a post, tlienee by laud of James I uling north eighty-nine degree west one hundred an I seven y-iour pcrehox to a white oak, thence north one degree east one hundred and twenty-two and three tenths pei ches to a post, the place of begin ning, containing one hundred and ninety three acres of laud more or less, being the same piece of land convoyed to the Cherry and Trout Bun oilaud Mining Co., record ed In Charters Book No. 2, pago 112, in Venango county. Taken in execution and to be sold as tho property of the Cherry and Trout K1111 Oil and Mining Company at tho suit of Cicorge S. Long, AI.SO Ralph R. Rolierts va tho Tjiko Erie Pe troleum Company, levari Facias E. 1). No. 21 t-eb. Term 1S71 Tate All defendant's right, title interest and claim of in and to all that tract and pui-cel of land situate ill the township of Kinasley. coun ty of Forest, Stale of Pennsylvania, being part of lot No. 6193 deserilied a follows: Beginning at the northern corner of said tract, No. 6193 running thence southerly along mul tract 221 3-10 ierches to a black :uk tree, tiieneo south 42i east 32perchoH to a black onk tree, thence north 44, along thetrart line l-i'i 1 -10 perches, thence north 42j we-t uy a lino parallel to the north easterly b juuIh ol said tract No. 51! 3 one liumlied pcrehes thence north forty-four and a halt decrees east 08 2-10 perches to the trai't line, thence northerly aiorg said tract line 2-0 percliea to the plai-e of beginning, conlaining 4oo acres more or Itws. Also All that certain other tract or par cel of luiul situate iu Kingsley township in said county, deserilied as follows: Begin ning at a hemlock tree, corner of said lot theme running north 4ii0 west 141 3-10 pen-lies to a w.l..i hn'.cl thence south 44 west 87 eiv.ch iost, Iheiico south 43 east 1415-11 perches to a sUme corner, thence north 41 cast ninety-four perches to the plueo of beginning, containing hO acres, being the aauio premises uonveyod by deed fiom ll.iliiillon Stowe and others toiieorge Hiibendorf, bearing date Aug. 7 18Ti7,aiiilail) i.ninglhe firstdnscrihed irem isua on the faoulherlv side thereof mid the BKine conveyed, by Ralph R. Roberts to I the Lake Erie Petroleum Company and part of lot No. 6194. , Alio A 1 that oUieroortninploce of land ! situate In the township nf Tlonesta In said county, and is part of lot No. 5 1 Ml. and is docri!od as follows, to-wit : lU'innnlngon the east line of said tract .No. 6192 liltv rods northerly from the sotithenst enrner tln re of, running northerly along said east due 75 rials, theme northwesterly piraiel to the westerly line of said tract t cnccsimth wosiorly on sa d last mentioned line 73 rods thenee southeasterly parallel to the southwest lino of said trail to tho place of iM'ginnlng. conlaining 15 acres, Ih the same more or less, being the same premises con veyed to the Ijtke Erie Petroleum Com pany by deed from Ralph H. Roberts."" Aijio All that certain other pleeeof land situate in the township of Hickory, count v of Forest, State of Pennsylvania, and Is the same piece conveyed bv'dood from Ralph R. Roberta to the Ijtke Erie Petroleum Company, and Is bounded on (he northerly side by land formerly owned by the Phil adelphia Oil Company, on the easterly side by the East II iekorv Creek, on the south by land of the Oil Citv Company, and on tho west by the Allegheny River.' Contain ing 6 acres and 24 rods. A r .so All that certain other pleeeof land situate In the samo township ami on tho southerly side of the East Hickory Creek, and is the same pioco conveyed b'y Ralph R. Roberta and his wife to tho Iiko Erie Petroleum Company, and Is bounded on tho south by the Plank road, and contains one and 8-10 acres of land, reference being had tnsaid conveyance from Italph R. Rob erts and wifo for'a more particular descrip- Taken In execution and to be sold as tho property of the Ijike Erio Petroleum Com pany at the suit of Ralph R. Roberta. ALSO C. F. Olllesple vs. John Mondv ot. al. Ijcvari Facias No. 14 Feb. Term 1871 Tate All defendant's right, tillo. Interest and claim of In and to all that certain piece or parcel of land situate In K liursley township eonnty of Venango and Stalo ot' Pennsyl vania, liounded and described thus! Be ginning at a hemlock tree, running thence north forty-six denreea west one hundred icrehea to a birch tree along the line of lands owned by Oeorge Babenilrotf, thence north forty four degrees cast one hundred and sixty-two perches to a post along the line of lands owned hy B. 1-. I.acy, thence south forty-three degrees east one hundred pen-lies to a chestnut oak tree along the lands of H. Stow it Co., thence south forty four degrees weft one hundred and llft'v aeven perches along lands o' II, Stow t Co., to place of beginning. ont lining ono hundred acres, strict measur , bithesaiuo more or less, and being part of a larger tract of land No. 5194, tho almve described lands being the same convoyed bvlho said party of the second part to the said partios hereunto of the first irt bv deed Is'itring date the 22d day of March A. I). 1865, being given to secure a part of tho consideration thereon assessed. Taken in execution and to Im sold as the prncrtv of John Moody et. al, at the suit of C. F. Oillespie. ALSO James fiodfroy vs. Anna R. Rolau ts and Samuel Roberts, levari Facias No. 27 Feb. Term ls71 Brown All defendant's right, title. Interest and claim of iu and to al' that certain tract or parcel of land situate in Tioi.nta township, county of Forest and State of Pennsylvania on the Tionesta creek and adjoining the county line of For est on the north, described aa'follows: Be ginning at a hemlock on tho county line north one hundred nnd forty-one p'rrehi-s west from Tionesta Creek," thence south two hundred and seventy-four perches to a hemlock, thence east live hundred and forty-tive perches to a post, thence north two hundred and seventy-four lurches to a post, thence west livo hundred and I'orty tlvo perches to the place of licginning, ho lme hounded on the north by the division lino of Forest and Warren counties, on the cost by lot numbered twenty-nine hundred and sixty (2 Kill) on the sou'th by lot twenty-eight hundred and twelve (2812) on the west by lot twenty-seven hundred and thirty-tive !2735l conlaining eight hundred and tillysix acres and forty-two perches he the same more or less, being a tract of land conveyed by James Oodl'rey to Anna R. Rola-rta by deed dated twenty-seventh day of March, A. D, ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-five. Taken in execu l nn and to bo sold as the property of Anna R. Roberts and Samuel Roberts at thesu.t of James Uodfrcy, ALSO W. W. Rose vs. The Emnlro Citv Petro leum Company, Veil. Ex. No. 35, Feb. T. 1871 Spencer -Defendant's right, title, In terest and claim of in and to all that cer tain piece or parcel of land lying in Hick ory township, County of Venango, and Stato of Pennsylvania, (now County of Forest) bounded and described aa follows, to wit: Beginning at tho south corner of lands contracted to Morris Purely, thence west 46 degrees east, along said lauds con tracted to ssid Purdy H3 perches to a post thence south 44 degree east 44 perches to a corner, thence south 40 degrees went 16 perches to a corner, thence south 44 east 60 perches to a corner, thence south 46 de grees w 147 perches to a post, thence north 44 degrees west 101 porches to the place of beginning, conlaining 94 acres and allow ances of six per e -lit for roads, etc., being part of a large tract of laud warranted iu the name of Thomas Struthers by the Commonwealth by warrant dated Sept. 20 A. D. Is3i. embracing In the ro turua of survey 400 acres and 10 perches, and granted to said Struthers bv patent from the Com 111011 wealth hearingdate May 21, A, D. 1839 reserving however ono aero which wasconvovod by said party of the lirst part to tiio school district of ilickory towunhip by deed. Aum) That certain piece or parcel of land situate in iickory township Venan go county (now Forest eonnty) Slain of Pennsylvania being a part of tract surveyed on warrant number 3093, com mencing at a white oak stump at the corner of Luther I arnes land, thence west 46 de grees east by lands contracted to C. H. Church 163 perches to tho north east boun dary of a tract of laud of 402 acres and 7 peri-lieu conveyed, by F. W. Allen to J. C. Dayton, trustee, Ihenee south 44 degrees east 82 lurches to a corner, thence south 16 degrees west 103 perches to a corner, thence north 41 degrees west 82 perche to the place of U-giuning, containing 78 acres with allowances. Taken in execution and to lioaold aa the property of The Empire City Petroleum Company, at the butt of W. V. Rose. ALSO- F. N. Fuller vs. Bennett Dobbs al. fi. fa. No. 3 Feb. T. 171 Tate All deiend an''s right, tule, interest and claim, of, in and to a certain piece or parcel of land, sit uate in Jenks township. Forest county. Fa. ile-er.bod as follows, to-wit : Part of war rant No. 5141. subdivision No. 0, contain ing ono hundred and twenty -seven acres more or less. A1.H0. Dci'endant'a right, title, interest and claim of In and to all that certain piece or parcel of land sitimtein Howe township Forest county. Pa., bounded and described aa follows, to-wit: l'art of warrant No. 295 subdivision No. 43, bounded on the north by warrant No. 2M2, on the east by subdivision No. 44, on tho south by subdi vision No. 48, and 01 tlio west by subdivis ion No. 42, subdivision numbers being part of tract No. 2995 hereinbefore men tioned, containing one hundred acres, more or Iosm. Also All defendant's right, title, inter est and claim, of in and to all that certain tractor piece of laud situate in the town ship of Jenks, county of Forest, and State of Pennsylvania, vis: Part of warrant No. 513K, bounded and described aa follows, to. wit: tin the northwest by No. 6129, on tho north by No. 6173, on the northeast by tri ungle, on soutbuant by No. SI 39, ou the southwest by No. Sliiil on county map, conlaining tiiree Hundred and hi icon aeies more or less. Taken i 1 execution and to bo sold as the properly of Bunnell Dobbs. ut Ui suit of F.N. Fuller. Terms Caali. ! E. L. DAVIS, 8heriff. Sheriff's Office, Tionesta, Pa., Feb. 7, '71. 4.1-31. S -riubaob for the Rkidhi.h aw, the bes ns-wspaper In iho r oonty. Pt'LICATIuNS FOR LICENSE, for i February Term, ls71 1 Mrs. L. Waiwamnn, IL'cl, Harmony Fred. Nc tH, Hotel, Trunkryvlllo. UEGISTEKS' NOTICES.. Fublic Notiis? la hereby Liven that Nan cy Dawson. Executrix ot John Dawson, doeeascd, has tiled In the Register's Olllce in and for the County of Forest, at Tiones ta, Pa., her Dual account as Executrix un der the last will of the said John Dawson, deceased, and that tho snmo will ho pre sented to the Orphans' Court of said coun ty for confirmation and allowanco on tho 27th day of February next, at tho Court House at Tionesta in the County aforesaid. 42 4t. J. U. AUNEW, 'K.-glatcr. Jan 17, 1871. Publio Notice is hereby given that Ram del I). Irwin, Administrator of theestateof S. S. II Hi nigs, deceased, has tiled In the Register's Oliico in and for the County of Forest at Tionesta, Pa., his tiual account as administrator or the said S. H. Hillings, deceased, and that tho same will bo pre sented to the Orphans' Court or said Coun ty for confirmation and allowanco on the 27th day ot February next at the Court House at Tlonesta In the county aforesaid. 42-41. . J. B. AUNEW 'Register. Jan. 19, 1871. Public Notice Is hereby given that David S. Eltlridge ai d William Wrav, adminis trators of tho estato of James Eldridge, deceased, has Med in tlio Register's Oillee the limit account as administrators of tlio estate of said James Eldridge, dee'd, and tiiat tho same will bo presented to tho Or phan's Court of said county for con lir ma lion and allowi nco on tho 27th day of February next, at tho Court 1 louse in tho borough of Tionesta, In tho county aforesaid. J. 11 Ati N EV, Jan. 19, 1871, 42 4t Reglstor. PITHOLL VALLEY R'V; ON AND AFTER Saturday January 28, Trains will run as follows s TRAINS NORTHWARD. STATIONS. No. 2. No. 4. OleopobH, 2.flo p ni 9.41 a 111 Bennett, 3.08 " 0.MI " Woods 3.17 " 10.00 " Prathers Mill 3 ai 10.I8 " Pilhoio City 3.40 10.3J " TRAINS SOUTHWARD. STATIONS. No. 1. No. 3. PitholoClty, 8.00 am 1.09 p in Prathers Mill 8.13 " 1.13 ' Woods 8,23 ' 1.23 " Bennett 8.30 " 1.80 " Oleopclls 8.-I0 " 1.40 " Aii Extra Traill leaves Pithola City 011 Saturdays at 6 20 p. m. making close 'con nect inn at I "loopolis with Trains on tho Oil Creek At Allegheny River Railway forCor ry mid intermediate points. Return Train leaves OlcopnljH at 7.20 p. m., arriving at Pithnle Citv at 7.55. All other Trains make close connections at Olcopolis with trains on tho Oil Creek t Allegheny River Railway, North and South. Train No, 2 makes close connection at Oil City with Fast Line on Allegheny Val ley Railway fur Pittsburgh and intermedi ate points. Two Lines of Stages run daily laMween PilholoCity, Miller Farm and Plcasant vlllo, inukl'ij: connection witharrivingand departing Trains. J. T. BLAIR, FID. BISHOP, nup't. Tickot Agent, Pithole City, Piu ANDREWS & CO., Manufacturers of ENGINES BOILERS DRILLING TOOLS, AND ALL KINDS OASTIITQS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tiEALF.IlS IN Ac, sire, Ac, TIDIOUTE, PA., JOHN AXDKEWS. JI. FISH Gil. 6-tf G. W. TIFFT SONS & CO, ENGINES, 12, 10, 8 ieoiisj: rOTVEIt, WITH OK WITHOUT LINK AND COVERNOR. 1 BOILERS, 21, 11, 12 and 10 II. P. LOCOMOTIVE STYLE. 40, 2G, 22, and 18 II. !., STATIONARY TUBULAR K. BRETT & SON, ACTS. Room No. 2, Cliuio Jt Stewart's BI00K, SO-n TiTCSVILLK, TA. LIVH AUKNTS YVANTF.D FOR . MOJIKX OF SEW YOIIU,' OH SOCIAL LIKE IN THE GRAT CITY. Wonderful developments among tho ariatocraev. Married Women excised, Vo., if-e.. Price Tlio best book to sell publiahed. The bet terms to agonuj over giveu. Address, N. Y. Hook Co., 145 Nassau St., N. V. S(j.4t N. . CI, A It It, WATCH MAKER & JEWELER, An,d Dealer in WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND M Utile AL 1XSTU UM ENTS. Repairing done in a workmanlike manner and warranted to give satis faction. 4.1 v 100,000 Agents Wanted for HOW WOMEN CAN WAKE MONEY, and other beat books in tho market KcKinnev A Martin, 150s CheMuut Streett lti'llolfhia. w GLORIOUS MEWS i Tim PEOPLE2REJOICING t "LIVE AND LET LIVE! Is th motto of HIL13R0NNER:& CO. wlio Lava oparu-d a MAMM.OTH STOCK. OF DRY GOODS, MILLINARY G00D3, . CLOTniNO, DATS, CAPS, CARPETS, BOOTS & SHOES, NOTIONS,? CUTLERY C; In tho old Court Houm building, adjoining th Holmes Ilouao, TIOHESTA, I?. where they will be happy; to aupply th wanfs of thii community, with an Entire Fresh Atisortuieii fall thajiorelUea ia th m DRY GOODS LINE. which have boon aoleetod with great car. As to prices, we challenge all competitors. It has long beeu the donlr of th popl, of this community, to hay a ator in th r midst where can bo found everythlnr;. erally kept in a find-class storo.and wU.e It could bo purchased at living prices. To satisfy this want, we have com in ycv.r midst, and hope by proper attention tu business and to th wants of the people, 'k, sesuro their patrouago. Oar stock of DRESS GOODS Is second to none In Western Pennsylvania, and ware determined not to bo under rfld. Thes goods embrac all th I A TEST STYLKN,, and wo feel asaured that th citizens of ti-' county will not hav to go to ailjoiniivj towns to purchase DltESS GOODS In t!i . futur. Our stock of CLOTH X lSTiG- is superior, both in quality and atyle. u any over befor offered in this soetioii, an 1 wo trust thut all will call and examine otr stock before purchasing eUowhcre. Wa also, MAKE CLOTEIKG TO OELKl, having an exporioneed outtor, woc.:i ut. iafy tho most fastidious ; and as v hnvo our own muuufactury Iu rhUadelpMa, wu thereby have the advantagevor all m! rr 'dealera lu this section. CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, 4C in endloaa variety, at prices to kuit thy times. Boots & Shoes of-evory style and quality, which w.j ro prepared to sell at New York pri-t ir Call and.Examine our Stec'-.. T"-! IT. HILUTtrw vry 4 w '