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A ht ort$i gltpulilJrnn. W. K. DL'NX - EDITOR. TUESDAY MORNING, MAI. 14. REMOVAL OF SUMNER. Mr. Sumner hns been removed from the committe on Foreign Affairs. He was removed by a vote of the Senate at the instigation of the President. His removal hns called forth a general protest from tho loading Republican journnls of thecountry. Mr. Sumner Was opposed to the annexation of San Dumingo, and hence the difficulty. He lias been waited upon by a large num ber of prominent men, who assure him of their support iu the war being made uro.i him. It is evident that a large section of the Republican party will regard Mr. Sumner as a martyr to his opinions, and a split is much feared in the party unless the affair assumes a different aspect. It was certainly the most uufurtunate action which could Lave taken place, at this time and we consider that Mr. Grant and the Sen ate of the United States acted hastily in the matter, to sny the least, and on ly hope, for the good of the party and the country at large, that tho breach may, in some honorable way be closed. Disastrous Fire at Petroleum Centre ! leoss $75,000 to $SO,000!X Sixty Buildings Destroyed. . We learn from the Petroleum Cen tre Record that a fire broke out in the rear of a building known as tho Buf falo House, on Washington St., be tween 10 and 11 o'clock, on Thursday evening of last week, which destroyed sixty buildings. The fire apparatus was out of order, a,id could not be used. The origin of the fire is un known, but is supposed to have been tho work of an incendiary, as the Buf falo House was unoccupied at the time, Below we give a complete list of the buildiogs destroyed and the names of tho owners and occopauts, together with their losses and the amount of iu surance: II. B. Davis, Petroleum Centre House and furniture. Loss $3,500. Ko iusuracc. E. W. Bailey, building. Loss $500. J. W. Thonipsou, tenant, grocery store. Loss $1,400. Insured for $2,000, II. C. Wachter, building aud Btouk ui groceries, ijoss s-jjiuu. insured to $2,000. Delia Garrick, building and stock of groceries. (i. II. Kemp, building. Owen GulTuey, building and whole sale liquors. Loss $5,000. Insurance $1,000. Sweeney & Collins, wholesale liquor dealers, building and stock. Loss $3,500. Ellen Donegan, three buildings and furniture, and $C00 worth of goods in pawnbroker's shop. Loss $3,000. In surance $1,800 in Pcnn.and Maryland companies. M. Soubel, building. Loss $G00. Geo. W. King, meat market, build. iug aud furniture. Loss $1,000; in surance $G00. D. Harris, Titmville, Excelsior building occupied by private families. Loss $1,000. J. M. Shultz, grocer, building and stock. Loss $1,400; insurance $300. M. McGco, fish market, building and stock. Loss $900. No insurance John Glenn, shoe shop, building and stock. Loss not known. Queen City, Brothel. Loss $800. J. & M. Barrett, wholesale liquors, Win. Lee, building and news room. Loss $400. Mrs. Moloney, building. Loss $!, 000. Insured for $500. E. W. Barker & Co., in tho above building, stock of groceries. Loss $1, 700, no insurance. T I I .1 v donunua vxiuiiis, ouuuins. lxss $400. Mary Bec-k, building. Loss $"00. W. II. Casey, building. Loss $451. Eliza Jauo 1 1 i l 1 1 1 , building. Loss $500. Mary A. Sargent, building. Loss $500. Adam Fisher, buildiug. Loss $250. Lizzie Biowu, building. Loss $200, E. 1. Sweeney, building Loss $400. L. M. Stcruburg, 3 buildings. Loss $1,400. ' John Freal, building. Loss 5000. Mary Smith, building aud fcaloun. Loss $1,000. Michael Fietl, building und grocc ry. L"s $500. J. Rutherford, Hardware Store, tin, Hers tools, &c. Its 0,000. Insurance $3,000 iu Cumberland Valley aud Will in import companies. Sam. Davis, building. Tiiss $300. II. B. Aldrich, Bulliilo House, not occupied. Iu thiu house tho fire origi nated. Louis Richl, binding occupied as a bowling Alley.' Loss $100 ; no insur ance. Benjamin Sabins, concert hall. Loss $000 ; no insurance. E. H. Bailey, building. Loss $100. W. J. Bennett grocer, loss on build- and stork $900. F. J. llanna it Co., machine shop, itiss $4,000 ; no insurance. John Ulmer, building, loss $700. John Moreover, tenant, furniture and restaurant fixtures. Loss $700; no in surance. L. A. Davis, buildine and furniture. Loss $1,000; insurance $300. S. A. Hughes, building, loss not known. A. O. Griflin, buildine, loss not known. S. A. Hughes, building and billiard parlors, loss $2,500 ; insured for $1, 200. Decker & Evans, building torn own. 47 buildings burned and one torn down. There was probably 12 buildings in cluding barns, back of tho street de stroyed, making in all 00 buildings by the fire. We have not time to mention in par- tricular the names of many who work ed nobly at the fire, but nearly all ex erted themselves to the utmost in their endeavors to save property from the destructive element. A rumor was current at a late hour that a little child of Mrs. Donegan's had been burnt up. The child was sub sequently found aud restored to its mother. Several arrests of suspected parties have been made, but nothing definite is known as to whether that are the guilty ones. Pass Him Around. Charles Knspp, alias "Charles Al len," w ho has been variously employed by the A. & G. W., Erie, Oil Creek, and Lehigh Valley Railroads, until discharged for misdemeanor, came to Meadville, Pa., some time last October, with a wife of some twenty summers, whom lie had married at the tender age of fourteen, and a little daughter about four years of age. These he placed in a tenement house, to board, amid squalid poverty and want, where soon the wifo was prostrated very low upon a sick bed. While iu this condi tion this faithless husband und cruel father deserted both wife and child, leaving them without money i.r friends. - o ....ft.ro, to starve or be cared for by such charities as a cold world might" give. They soon be came objects of public charity. The child was taken from the mother ( who was too ill to be removed) to the coun ty Poor House, to be cared for until the mother should recover, or be car ried beyond the afflictions and disap pointments of this life. In the meantime the unnatural hus band and father has farmed a new alli ance with another woman living in the region of Port Jervis, giving out that bis former wife had died some mouths since, in Meadville, Pa. A few days since, he passed over the Erie Rail way going w est, on w hat he represented to bo his bridal tour with wifo No. 2. Being recognized by a Conductor on the road, he took him aside and asked that he be not exposed, at the same time sending word to wife No. 1 that she need not trv to follow him with the rigor of the "law, for he was now on his way out of the couu try. lie has since been heard from at Waverly, Tioga county, N. Y., passing under the name of Charles Allen, which is one of his old dodges when he had committed or wns about to commit some mean act. Meadville Re publican. The Erie Republican publishes the following items : An inveterate smoker in this city, lately detrmined to indulge his appe tite by the purchase of a meerschaum pipe, one of the kind warranted to color, and went to a dealer cud made his wishes known us follows: "Say, Mister, can I get a mushroom pipe here?" "Well," said the waggish deal?)-, turning uway his countenance in order to hide n broad grin which be found it impossible to suppress, "the spring styles are not in the market yet. but we have un excellent article such as is used by the Indiuns in their greenconi dances.liow would that suit?" "Not at all, my mind is set on u mush room." A teacher in one of the public schools of the city has hit upon an ex pedient for punishing scholars found guilty of lying.it being none other than that of washing out tlieculr rit's mouth with soap. A cheaper method would bo to use grease, becouse lye aud grease creates soap. Tho fishermen are getting their boats and tackle ready for operations. The squad locutod near the foot of French street hauled their crafts out last win ter aud are now caulking und painting them. We notice that a few persons in this city have commenced to make gardens. Such a procedure may not he pre mature, possibly, hut it strikes us very liko crowding the season, otull event. A Little Bit cf Romance Important Land Case. Wo take the following report from Tie I'avcr of Feb. 27lh: United States Circuit Court, Saturday, Feb. 20 before, Judge Mckcnnnn. Dur ing tl.o past week a great deal of busi ness at chambers has been transacted in this court, among other matters of moment was that of the case of Haw- i thorn ct. nl. vs. Jennings ct. al., pro- viously referred to, involving the title to 250 acres of land adjoining Fagun dns City, Forest county, and including the Tuttle Farm, uow famous for its great oil product of the past months. The complainants had tiled their bill claiming that respondents were trus tees ex-malificio and praying that they mignt ne decreed to re-convey to them the land in question and for the ap pointment of a receiver, to take charge of all oil received by respondents, un til the title should be settled. It seems that the wells have produc ed about 7,000 bbls. per month, for ten months past. There was an interesting discussion as to whether, in such a case, and un der such circumstances, affidavits should be read in support of the bill. His honor decided in tho affirmative and both sides read theirexparte proofs. His honor directed n decree to be en tered, appointing a receiver; the de cree to bo superceded upon respon dents filing a bond in one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, ($125,000.) to be approved by the court, with leave to plaintiffs to apply for ad increaso iu the amount of the bond should circumstances call for it. and reserving to respondents the rights to object to the appointment of a re ceiver in that event. The complainants are represented by Weir Gibson aud Thos. M. Mar shall. The respondents by Hon. Rasse las Brown and William D. Brown, of Warren, Pa The facts in the above case possess much interest, of not real romance, and are, we think, worthy a place in your columns. In tho year 1S50, tho property in question, then, as now, known ns the "Tuttle farm ," was ow ned by Messrs. Fisher and Owens. They made con tract for the sale of this property with a mau named Badger, who immediate ly transferred his claim to Wm. A. Hawthorne, who was living on the farm. Hawthorne paid Fisher and Owens tor the property, but Owens in the meantime becoming iusanc, ho was unuble to get a deed. He then went Culifornia, and a short time afterwards Badger sold the property to other par ties, giving them a quit-claim deed. Hawthorne amid the labois and ex citement of California life, paid no at tention to the property, thinking it worth nothing except for lumber for which purpose he had bought it. In a few years he became very wealthy, aud one morning he packed up sixty thousand dollars and started forborne. He had proceeded but a short distance, however, when he was attai krl round's, a tierce liyht ensued, from which he barely escaped with his life. As it was he lost his money and one arm, and was badly cut up generally. He went back to California, and after his recovery from his injuries again went to wiuk. He again became very wealthy, and a few months since .learn ing that his Hickory property had be come valuable asoil territory, conclud ed to come home to attend to it. He brought a lawyer with him and, aftci some investigation, commenced a suit in the United States Court for the re covery of the land, w hich has resulted thus far as above reported. Oil City Cor. Titusville Courier. The following we take from the Titusville Herald; Tho Common Council passed nn or dinance Wednesday evening declaring concert saloons a public nuisance, and providing for their suppression. Any inmate of such a rl.ice, or in any way interested aa proprietor or employee, is liable to prosecution before the May or any Justice of the Peace, and on convictioii subject to a fine of not less than 810 nor more than $50, in the discretion of the magistrate. We hope to see the ordinance promptly and im partially enforced. The S. P. Boyer well, on the R. L. Shaw farm, Mitchell formerly, Rouse ville. is pumping from one hundred (100) to one hundred and twenty-five (125) barrels per day. This well is creating 110 little excitement iu this vicinity. The Dr. James A Andrews well, sit uated at Brady's Bend, which has re cently been lowing 75 bbls. per day, was to-day reamed out, which increas ed tho flow to between 400 aud 500 bbls per day. The Erie Bepublicun compliments the editor of the Corry Blade as fol lows : The editor of the Corry Blade used up a whole column of his paper to tell his renders tho oilier day, that he hail spent twenty-one veins us 1111 editor. After reading it tii y no doubt con cluded with us that they never knew ot twenty-one years of a man's life so poorly spent. The llarrishurg State Journal says: The petitions for the prohibi tion of (he sale of intoxicating liquors which have comu to the Legislature this w inter are overw helming and un precedented in number ami strength of signatures. The Local Oplii.n B II is ni -ed by at least a hundred thousand petitioners', whose memorials are now 011 file in both IIuihtb. No measure ever so strongly supported by the will of the people, expressed directly and emphatically to their servants at llarrishurg. Tho following from tho Petroleum Centre Record : As an evidence that business islook ing up in l'ithole, we note the fact that tho Union Express Co., have opened an office at that point. Our old-time friend, Cpat. D. W. Builey.wcll known os postmaster and newsdealer, has been appointed agent. Considerable busi ness is oeing transactea already. The body of an unknown woman wns discovered on the Jersey Flats, about 0110 and a half miles south of Titusville, yesterday. From the ap pearance of the body it bad lain there exposed to the elements (or nearly two mouths. No clue has been discovered as to the deceased. A private dispatch from Brady's Bend says the Meldron Reserve well No. 2 is flowing at the rate of 500 bbls. per day. The well is on Arm strong Run. We take the following from the Crawlord Journal: While Mr. Alpehus Seldcn was engaged in a lath mill near Miller's Station.a few days since became in con tact with a saw in motion which sever ed to fingers from his left baud. The two rem lining fingers were badly injured. Mr. Seidell is under the cnraotDr. Wm. Faulkner, of Water ford, and the injured hand is doing well. W e are pained to learn that Lizzie Kuorr, a liitie two year old daughter of Wm. Kuorr. of this city, fell into a spring near the residence of her father 011 Liberty street, on Wednesday. and wus not diicovered until life wan extinct. The sudden stroke falls with crushsng weight upon tho bereaved family. On Sunday evening, a young man named C. Honidal, from A'kron, Ohio, fell ii,m an engine tender and was ruu over by tender and engine. Hi was horribly mangled and wus taken up dead. We c'ip the following items from the Greenville Argus: A few days ago, n workman at the Carnes mill, near Sharpaville, while in the saw-pit engaged in clearing away the saw dust from 11 largecircular saw, had three lingers un the right baud cut oil' close to the palm of the hand, the thumb and fore finger remaining. Tho enterprising citizms of James town this county, are making arrange ments to erect in that place during the coming season, an immense cheese fac tory. It is estimated that the milk of one thousand cows iu the adjacent country will be brought to it. At Sharon a few nights since the de pot of the A. & G. W. Ry. was cnten d and the faf; b'own open and $200 iu money taken therefrom. The thief escaped without detection. Miss Crawford, whose parents reside at Clinton, near New Castle, vhile walking along the track of the Erie and Pittsburgh Railroad, Tluirsdav. was struck by a freight train, run over and killed. Seventy-eight pieces of real estate changed owners in this country during the month of January. RidoiTs Brother Visiting Him in His Cell. Ruloff Rubicon, of Strattonville, Clarion county, Pa., brother of Ed ward II. Ruloll", was here to see the prisoner on Thursday, and was admit ted to an interview with him on the evening of tun t day, in company, it is understood, with Mr. Becker, the pris oner's counsel, and the sheriff. The in terview, it is said, was very affecting. The persons who witnessed it decline of course, to give any particulars. Mr. Rullolson, it is understood, is n gentleman of large u-eans, intelligence, hihI respectability, and extensively en gaged in the oil und lumber business. At the time of the interview he was on his way to New York to attenn to a business engagement. Ho was very much attached to Edward in their boy hood, and his pleasure at tho respite granted by Judge Rapallo was ap parent; but he has expressed no desire, and probably has no purpose, to de fate the ends of justice. Although RulofIVon'8 visit here was private, he registered his name in full at Per Lee's Hotel, and was introduced to several gentlemen. Binghamptou Republican. m - Fatal Awidext. Last Monday evening, Cth inst., John Cotter, nn employee to the P. & E. R. R., while under the influence of liquor.was acci dentally killed, near the depot at this place, by the Local freight west, running ovnr him. A jury was im. panneled by 'Squire Mead, who rend r ed a verdict in accordance with the facts, attaching no blame to engineer, fireman, or employees of said read. His remains were taken to St. Mary's for iutfiment. Elk Advocate. We learn that a dwelling house on the farm of Philip Eaker Esq., in Limestone township, occupied by John Sager, jr., a tenant of Mr. Faker's, was totally destroyed by fire on Fri day night of la t week'. Tho family had only moved into the house a few moiuhrt ago, and lost every thing they had. There wais nn insurance on the property of five hundred dollars. Clarion R f pull ire n. vURUBEBAI ( KNTS Wam i:n s2J"i per ni' iilh l y l tliu American Kiptrnu .Machine Co", lioHlon, Mass., or St. I,uui, Mo. ".Ij 3ni 0 FL A IVl'i li Nulary !- Young ,. J men wanted as loin: nnd travel-linusa'c-nicn. A dress wiih htauip) It. H. Wiiscu, IH 1'aiK Uow, N. Y. HO-it GROVER & BAKER'S h v. w i x a ji a v 11 1 ar u h , T.10 following nre schvtcd from thous ands of testimonials of similar char After, as expressing tho reason for tlio prefer ence of tho U rover A Baker Machines over nil others. "I liko the n rover c Tinker Ma chine, in the first place, Fiecnuse If T timl any other, I should sllll want tk Urnver .V ltaker: anil Imvlniin drover A linker It answers tho purpose of nil flip rest, ft (loon ffrcntcr variety of w ork und loniler to iearn thnn any other," Mr, .f. V. t'ro ly (Jenny June) "I linvo had several venrn' expe rteneo with (irovpr .V. linker Mvhi"0, whleh lino clven mo irrent Kntlsl'netlon. I think thotiroveri linker Mnehino N more onsil v ninnnired, nnd less linlilo to iret out of order. I prefer the (trover . linker ilo cldedly." Mrs. lr. Wntts, New York. "J i,nVp i m)P n v fmiiy for some two years ; and fioin w'hnt I know of its w-nrkinps, und from tho testimony of ninny of my friemls.w ho use tho smio, 1 e:m hnrilly Nee how Hiivtliinpi-ot Id lie more cnipleto or trlve better satisfaction." Mrs. Hen. Untiit. "I l ellevo It to ho tho host, nil thinirs couriered, ol miy that I linvo known It is very simple and easily lenrned the sewimi Irom tho ordinary spools is n irront ndvnntnu-o; thestiteh is 'entirely reliable; it does ornnmentnl w-ork lieiiiitihill v ; it is not linlilo to net out of order. Mrs. A. M Sipooner, Pil llomlsi. llrooklyn. "I mn nequninled with, tho work of llifl prineipnl inaehines, noil I preler the tirover. Maker to thorn nll.heentiMp I con sider tho stilehnioro clastic, I Imve work in thohouso whieh was done nine years nun which, is still btocI." Mrs, Or.' Me C'ready, No. 43 Kasl iStd street, N. Y. "More thnn two-thirds of nil tho sewlnirdono in my family for tlielnsl two venrs lies been done ly (Irover A linker's Machine, ninl I nover'hiid a garment rip or need mendini;. except those rents w hich frolicsome boys will mnko in whole eloth. It is, in my opinion, by far the most vnlu nbleof any I have tried." Mrs. Henry Ward lieecher. "Tho 0 rover A linker Sewimr Ma chine has rendered In everv respect, tho most perfect satisfaction. It combines so umny inivnntimes w ith beauty ol execu tion ami economy in price that it is a ne oesity in every hoiiselmM." Mrs. liovcr nor iieary, I larrisbnrji, I'a. "I have had tho fJrovor A linker Mb ehino for ten or twelve yoo-s in constant use in my house I have seen and known every kind of Family sewimr, both per sonnl nnd household, nccoini dished um n the 1 i rover A linker Machine, to tho entire satisfaction 01 all concerned, Kov.ntcphcn II. Tvmr. "I find the O rover A linker Stitch will wearaslonitas the garments do outwear the irnrment :n lact. The stitch w ill not break oti bins seams, when stretched, as others do ; and neither does it draw tho work." Mm. Dr. Whiting, 4 Kast twen- ty-lourth street, N. Y. The Orover nnd Baker Sewinjf Machine Company iimntifacttiro both the Klastie nnd Lock Stitch Machines, nnd offer the public a choice of tho best machines of both kinds, at their establishments in all the larjfo cities, and through agencies in nearly nil towns throughout tho country. l'rieo lists and samples of sewing in both stitches furnished on application to Grover A Baker S. M, Co., 127 Wood Street, I'itts- burKli, Pa. THE BOOT AND SHOE '" STOBE. K YOU WANT nperreet tit and a trood article of Itoots and (Shoes, of the finest worKiiiausnip, go to If. J.. HrCAXC'ira. 30 CF.NTMI: KTREHT, Oil. CITY, PA. .-fr-XatisIactioii Kuaran'eed. 2-1.1 tf. HO YAL HAVANA LOTTERY Prizes enshod and information furnished by Ui-UHlili L I'lIAM, froviuence, . I. :io-4t WANTKI) AoKvrs To self tho" Octa" pon Sew-in? Machine. It is Licensed makes tho "Klastii! Ixick St'teh" and is warranted fr 5 years. Price $1". All other machines with an under-feed sold for M5 or less are infrimreineiits. Address Octagon Sew inir Machine Co., St. Ivaiis Mo.. Chicago, 111., Pittsburgh, I'a., or Bos ton, Mass. Ill Sin Pin A rav Bnsinesseiitirelvnewlin O 1 honorable. Liberal inducement Peseriptivo circulars free Band A Co., BiddoJbrd. Mo Address J 13 3m For.Tl'NnSolTeredtolivo men. Bare Chnnc!'. Send Stamp. liimrmd K. Co., Washington, Del. 2t-:lm. TH K highest Cash Price paid for the old State Bank Currency : Bank of Craw ford County. Vennnir i Bank, hi City Bank Petroleum Bank, orany of the old State Bunk issues ; also, lor mutilated Scrip of nil issues. A. H. STF.KLK, Cashier. 4M 2 Tionesta Saving Bank. A WATCH, pair of Blankets, Quilt or Shawl, for O110 Iioliar, appears almost impossible, but such may bo hat'.and hun dreds of other useful articles, bv pntroniz injtOKO. A. PLUMMFK A CO,S -'ONE DOLLAB SALIV Their system of (loin? business has been examined by the authorities, nnd a Decis ion rendered from tho Internal llevenun Depaitment, at Washington, dated Nov. 4ih, Isiw, ileclarin their business perfect ly fair and legitimate, nnd entirely differ ent from the dillereiit nilt enterprises. Of course all do not net watches, blankets, Ac, for One Dollar, but in every lariroclub, one of these articles are sold for One Dollar, as sn extra inducement, and some member of the club has tho chance of obtaining ', A new feature introduced by this tut prism-; linn, is to pay their aients in eit er cssii or merchandise, and to prepay tin. express chaises. No better opportunity can he ottered to cither ladies or edit l nic'n having leisure tune, to lonu clubs lor this tii 111. Bead their advertisement in another col umn, and oend for catalogue. I W A S V ' I ' 1 1C I O F DICAFNKSS" AT) CATABBII by a simple remedy and will send the receipt free. Mrs. J. C. LKUUIITT, Jersey Citv, N.J. A (I KNTS WAN I 'KJ-ifJ-.T, a montlf a hy the Amkiiic'.n Kmitinu M 4cihnk Co., Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. 4o-4 Tlv- Republican Office KFEPS constantly' on hand a lar'o as sortment 01 Blank Deeds, Mi.ittuc:cs, siibpien.-n, Warrants, Summons, Ac. to be sold cheap for cash. tf. AHFMTC 1 Ciuo a Week Ui per " " (. ct -in and sj,-, incnsli n.l.. O r ... I I I'ri'-es. Inlol -illation lie g F1"'P- ' in c. Addre-s Aioeri can Bsik Co., i2 Will lum Si,, N, y, Ki-lt u KB WuBk neatly e sue mod at Uiikoiliuu at reasonaWo niNn, TIDIOUTB TEA STORE! The place to buy every vurlely of the VERY DE3T TEAS AT Tim L O WEST PRICES, Is nt tho exteiislvo Tea Store of II, T. CHAFFEY, where yon enn always find n Inrijo nssort ment ot the lst Teas nt New York prices. A Inrg Uncut of Groceries and Provisions, tinco tinted In nnadltr and cheapness bvnnv other store in Warren county, always on hand. Tho people of Forest county will save money by purcluiHintf thulr supplies nl tins place. t tills pi Best b rands of FA MIL I FL 0 UR, delivered nt n-iy depot on the line of tho R. it. iree. Store on Main St. nenr tho Depot. PITIIOLE VALLEY R'Y. o V AND A FT KB Saturdnv January 1 rams will run as follows : TBAIXS NOItTHWARO. STATIONS. Oleopol'H, Bennett, Wooils Pinlhers Mill Pitholo City No. '.!. 2.."0 p III 8 0S 8.17 " s r!i ' 3.4H No. 4. 0 41 n in tl.V.I " lu.ml " M.IS " 10.3;t " TB A I NS SOI'TI I W A BP. STATIONS. No. I. No. X rithole fitv, H.00 n m t.oo p 111 l'rnthei's Mill S. I t " 1.13 Woods s.'j:l " l.'.'Il " Bennett 8.W " l.:M " Olcc.pt'lis 8.40 " l.'O " An F.xtra Trnln leaves Pllhole.City on Saturdays at tf.ldOp. 111. making close 'con nection at ileopoiis with Trains on the 1 il Creek A Allegheny Uiver Bnilway for Cor ry and intermediate points. Beturn Train leaves OleopoPs nt 7.20 p. in., airiviiiL'iit Pitholo t'ilv at IM. All other Trains make close connections! at ( Mvopniis with trains on thcllil Creek A Allegheny ltiver Uailway, North and .South. Train No. 2 mnkes close connection at oil I'itv willi Fast Lino on Alleudieny Val ley Bnilway for Pittsburgh and intermedi ate points. Two Linos of Stupes run daily between Pitholo City, Miller I nrin nnd Plcasnnt villo, inaki'iir connection ithnrrivimi and departing Trains. J. T. ill.Alll, FID. Ills I tup, Sup't. Ticket Agent, Pitliole City, Pa. ANDREWS & CO., Manufacturers of ENGINES BOILERS DRILLING TOOLS, A Nil ALL KINPS OF CASTINGS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IiEALEHSIN At., Ac, Ac, TIDIGUTE, TA., inns ANir.rws. n. nsiit.rt. 5-if G. V. TlfFT SONS CO, ENGINES, 12, 10, s i3o::sn rowi-:xs, WITH OR WITIIOl.'T LINK and covenrjon. BOILERS, 2 1, 1-8, 112 ami 10 II. I LOCOMOTIVE STYLE. 0, 2, 22, ami IS II. I, STATIONARY TUBULMl K. BRETT & SOfJ, - - ACTS. Boom No. 2, Chaso A Stownrt's Block, 3(Mm ' TiTUSVILLH, PA. L1VK AUK NTS WANTED FOB M'o.iib:' or xuw vostit. OR SOCIAL l.IPB IN THE GHAT CITY. Wonderful devet ,1 ine-ds anions the aristocracy. Murried Women exposed, Ac., ,t c, I rice l.2"i. Tho bet B ok to sell published. The bet terms to ilircnU ever tiven. Address. N. V. Book Co., IF, Nassau St., N. V. 3j.1t, H. V. V I. . El It . TIDIOUTE, JP.A.. WATCH MAKER & JEWELER, And Dealer in WATCHES, JKWFLTtY, AND M U.SIC A L I N ST U UM E NTS. Kepniiinc; done in a workmanlike manner and warranted to give satis faction. 4 lv 1C0.CCO Agents Wanted for H3W v;ori:n cm mi r,ioEy, and ether best books in the market Fclvoin v ,V .Mcitm, Mi Chestiiutsu'eett Pliiladelidim. au.u f50 . K 11:11,1 -ont, male or fe OWViindc, 111 u new iiiaiiu'Vcturiui! illness nt h,ne. N capital r. quired. AddrM, Novum v hw, M. i w GLORIOUS NEWS ! TIIL PEOPLE REJOICING f :o: :o: LIVE AND LET LIVE! la tli motto of IIILBI10NNER&CO. Lo have opened a MAM M O T II STOCK OF DItY 2001S, KILLINARY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, CAIiPETS, BOOTS & SHOES, NOTIONS, CUTLERY &C, in tho old Court Housebuilding, adjoining the Holme House, TIOHESTA, JPjk.. where they w ill bo happy' to supply tliu wants of this community, w ith an Hut Ire Fresh A.or(mesit of nil the novelties la the DRY GOODS LIHE. which have been selected with prrat care. As to prices, we challenge all competitor. It has long been the do;iir of Uit prople- of this community, to have a store in their midst where can he found everything gen erally kept in a first-clam store.nnd wlmr It could be purchased at living prlcos. To Ralisfy this want, we have como in your midst, and hope by proper attention tm bmincss and to the wants of tho pooplo, t se.-ure their patronagn. Our storkif DRESS GOODS is second to none In Western Pennsylvania, and earo determined not to be under said. These goods embrace all the LATEST STYLES ,. and we feel assured that the citizens of th! county will not have to go to adjoining tow ns to purchase DUES3 GOODS iu tl.o future. Our stock ef CLOTH 'IflLT.a- Is superior, both In quality nnd style to any ever bo:'oro offered in this section, and we truht that all w ill call and examine ocr stock before, purchasing elsowhero, also, LIAEF. CL0TDKG TO ORDER, having an exporioneed eut'.or, wo can sat isfy the most fastidious j and as We liav., our own manufaetury in rhiladtlph!.i, w e Iherebj- have t' o advantai;ovor all otlu-: dealers in this section. CARPETS, OiL CLOTH, &C(1 in endless variety, at prices to suit tho times. OOTS HOC3 of every style and quality, which we ar prepared to sell at New York prices. Call and.ExEmino our Stock. td;t til-ly. HIBUrtO.V.Vl.M! A- C ' !