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TlESDli JMRMNC, FKB. 27. 1871. OOROLV.H I'FKICEBS. Anw II. II. Mat. Oi'iunlmru .fwnh.Shrl ver, .1. H. SI roup, W. W, Dm -n.l. M. II, Haslet, I. Winan. J j it i ectuj the Vdre V. I'. Morcilliolt, U.N. K ii-.. tjnUiii)K I. N.TVItsworth. .S)-hmil Director .1, Wlnans, .?. A. Mule, J. A. Primer, Jacob Shriver, M. W, Tato, . 1). Irwin. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Pmutrnt .Indite JV. P, Jtkkm. .( 'c'.ifc JnilneK. A. Pmofkr, AN- rkw Cook. .VWriyr k. I.. Davi. p ttrict AttiimettW, V. MAson. Tre.inHrer S. Nktmcy. Prothntintnru. Iteai.itcr & Recorder. &c .1 . 11 Afiwvitf I HHiMn'Mi'imcri-'Iku. Ri.i.iott. Jacob Mf.RCM.I.IOTT, T. 0. Col. I tNS. Omnrv X'lperintrnrtenl-H. K. Hon nun. in' oneiM i)B )(in NiouiMs, Ptti'Ihom. nnfvViii,',viir S.t Inwt. (limner Josiah Wijiahh. "biinfv itinVfnrs F.I.I llol.F.MAM, Wll. L'lArk. T. If. Coin. Memhei-of fngre VUh PmtrietO. W. fccOKIKI.D ..i.titrM.V J. B. LawsO. LOCAL AMD MISCELLANEOUS. ' Il.-v. A. Virtue will preach in the Pre.bvterian Church nt'xt rabluth, yiurnitig ami evening. A sewer is being ponstructeil from "uertlli Cap. Kiioicb new hoiMing, .it the Sun Canal l.elnw the church, to rain die marsli Ii ml ahout his spring. Mr. II. 11. Hannah lm' I a horse illuil, one day last week, hy the slid tig of a farje lojr to which he hml itched hi team. The other horse atnl It. Hannah escaped uninjured. The wooden wedding of Mr. and Irs. lion. Met 'ray, at l'asidiiil, oil l.iiid.iy evening of I ant week, is said ) those who wtrv present to Lave liesil a verv BiijTiv hie uil'air. $ Mr. S. J. Woicoti is going to put tiroii aa oil apll ou tho wood lot of N. U. Bill, in Hickory fowiihip. Silas 'till goi his ii u nil! up as a striker of dry f, .', hut we hope he will spoil his opiitatioii iu that particular, on this occasion. : A strong remonstrance against t'le granting of license to sell liquor, rail ed hv in.iuv of the best ciiii'iis of Hii ki)jcy Towiuhip, will be hauiied to the Court this week. This indicates a healthy seiitiiueut ou the temperance )neitiiiii. ,i Tlief!lanoii Democrat of last wc'k, 'ftys iJml Prof, l'orter called thero re 'ently. It also goes ou lo Mate that he Profctisor is a candidate for Super Wllrlltlcllt of l'uhliv School! of Forest CI... and that he is eminently qualified To, the position. - Mr. Henry Miller has moved bu"k from Tidiute to his home near 4tnwlown. When the small pox scare ah at its height, he was reported a rictiin, liut he came around the next !v, aud assured his friend.-t that it was 4 ' mistake. His tieighhors welcome iini hack. -M esrs. Wheilcr & Dusniluiry ittve ahoul three' million leet of lioarils t the log at their mil at Stowtown, iy for. manufacture. T. I), dllius jus ahout two million feel ou hand ill tn same shape. C. U. Middlct'in hat .bout one hundred Iti's ready to raft Einlelitnn. ... An interesting series of religious fir-vices -re kept up at Hrtivcr Val ey, during lau week. The Church as been greatly quickened and its iivm.hrrs have delighted iheir hearts Q extolling the wonders of redeeming pve and grace.- fl is yet going on. tith procpects of gat good to precioua We notice by the Tituslle Cour ier, thai a reading room has l.een estnhlifthfd at Mcadvillc, and will u i L"?oibt prove a sunce'a. Colonel .1. V. llm Ieiiiij;er1 diN.r nf the Republican, hs conti'iliuitd towa'rl. this really w.Vthy object more than three huu d ili.iliir' worth of staudard .iT.erii an and I'i'glihh nuigniine- and Vnii rican iiewMjHicrs. .; Ike Head, the flighty cues who rs axes si'tire people and back 'iwn their shade trees, w.is golihlcd mi "riday lat week, on a reqiiisitioii C H." Mjr and J.' A. Proper. He rw knguihfli iitvur comity hastile. I le shoiili';- have usyl "a liitlu ha'chet," ud accur.liiig t'i pr ci dent, might at ... jiie time ii, Lhc 'future In come the atticr tL. his' country, inteaj of a nf .the county. t ('ou'rt is in full blast, and our Uvn presents a t lively appeaiiknce fjawyerv', -litigants, witnewes, juri.rs .ndsjH-'-intujire ns thick as a conn J ideighride , They come mid go, jm the bi of jtlice to the liar of ilepa, withoil respect lo race, i-olor, pieWous Niinli:ion of servitude, ittiiy C' riie into court after wool, and liuck.sli 'iru. and ai cor ling to the ieas i f jiiirics ou ditfen ut side of 4 Hi;, nian villains escape unhung. '"iole Jciilis prc-id id a maimer . ho h ujipcaj' lo givu geiitrj;! satis- .VtieU.-. 1 ' V. 'I lie On 'oiiv . - - i i (iiir ncililturiiig pnK:r ilio following ! snle-wipi r upon its peculiarities: Tlii- Clarion Republican is tin. cliam pn.ii item uppn.pnut.ir. Only two original items, ami iiot a credit, on its laxl local page. Help yourself. It is true that this is not the correct thing. liut the Time quotes an item front the Kkpi'bi.icak, of lu..l week in regardtn the woman school director in Hickory township, and says the Fared Vess said it. "First pliuk out the third sand which exists in the Times' rye, then shall thou sen more clearly lo snatch the walking beam from the Cturion Republican t optic." A valuable horse belonging lo W. J. Iloherts, died last week, while Mr. Huberts aas absent. The next Quarterly Meeting for Hickory Circuit will be held at East Hickory, on the 11th and 12lh of May next. An early and hearty invitation . 1 by the pastor for all the lovers is given of the Lord to come up then and wor ship in bis temple. Mr. Hcpler is building a two story frame house on the lot between the Foiett Hotel and Wm. Harlan's place. TI19 work is being don 1 by Harlan & Hcpler. We expect to chronicle a great tn.-.ny improvements 111 Tioiicsta during the coining season, j Tlmse who should know, tell us that it is likely the ico will stay in the river and creek until the middle of next month, unless there is a decided change in the weather. The sun shines brightly during the day time, but the freezing at night makes up for it, hence the rouclusion. Mr. Freeman and eon, Mr. Ross Freeman, started for Florida this looming, to ei gage in business there. They i.ave been residents in this sec lion for ahout year, and have gained ms:iy fri nils, who wiii be sorry lo know of their depurture. We wish them success in their ventures. E. E. Clapp, Enq,, of President has struck new well ou the Hender son Farm, which produces over one hundred barrels per day. Mr. Clapp has been very fortunate in producing oil, am! we suppose will soon develop hir President property, which it is claimed has never been properly test ed. Bonn Bros , at Bear Creek, who have been running a small mill, em ploying for all purposes, including mill and stocking hands imt to exceed eighteen men, have, within a Utile less than elvvi-n months past, turned out 3.500,000 feet of lumber. We venture to say that no other mill in the conn try, employing the same number of hands, has approximated this sawi:ig. They make very little fuss, but a good deal of lumber. Infoumai ion Wasted. Know I cdg of the whereabouts of one Josiah Kliiiginsmitb is ilenirt-d. When List heard from he was near Pleasant ville, iu the oil region, and had cut his leg with an ax. Any information iu rela tion to him will he gladly received by his old widowed ther, . Elizabeth KTingiiiMui'h, at alt Bend, Arm- Mr ng c uuty. Exchanges please copy and confer a favor on a poor woman. A WotiK f Mkiicy 1150.000.00 in 3000 Cah Prizes is to hedii-trihuted Legally, March 28th, 1872, at Omaha, in aid of the sick and destitute, at Mcrc Hospital. This enterprise is endorsed liy the Governor aud best business men of Nehraska. The tick ets are $3 each, or two for 15. For full patticulars, address Patteed Gar diner, Business Managers, Omaha, Neb. The Aldink For Mutcn. With this number the full scope and resour ces of the American Art Department begin to be fairly manifest, and we turn its pages with a proud conscious ncss that, at last, ho are to have a pe riodieal that shall do credit to th. taxte and talent of our country. The Aldine is fast winning for it graceful land accomplished poet -editor, Mr. ; Stoddard the reputation of a successful manager. I he puhscriptinii price of j The Aldine, with oil chromo premium, . os $5 .James Sutton tt., publishers, 23 Liherty Street. New York. I Pitcr Musical Monthly for March j comes premptly to hand, mill contains I the liilloa lug relectioii of new S"io; Never speak ill of the Dead, hy .Juch ; The Liitle Old Cabin in the Laiichy j Will S. Hays; Cull me 'Darling' ome j a gain ; The Vjgaboiid, a eoncei t smij; ; Savior, lireutlie an Evening Bltssing, 1 Mured quartet; Pizzicatu Poll a by .Strauss, fi.r lour hands; Spnrkliiig j Polka, by Baldwin; Johnnie's Polka and Love's Plendiugi, by Kinkel. This Magazine is printed lr. 111 full sized j nniMc plates, und sells hr the l w price i.f 30 is. per copy January, Febru ary ai.d March numbers tor 75 els. Or the Puhhsheis will send s'x back numbers of 1871 for 81. ami we advise all our lr.eu.ls too.dcr them. Address j J. L. iVurs, 509 Broadvay, N. Y. .j. . i. ,'iv'.. . i ti.i.:-.tr mi Kiiai I place, winli us to pntilisu llio fact that iho l'os:mat r Gviierttl Iw muA a noiire I list, owing t the rapid hi' crease in the mails, ami the establish- inent of many new post olliccs through out the country, the department finds it necessary, in order to facilitate the distribution aud to secure a speed transmission of the heavy mails pars ing, particularly over the. trunk line railroads, to request the public that, iu all cases, the name of the eouniy, as well as lheo( office and Stale, ho in scribed upon letters, circulars, news papers, ai.d other matter to be forward ed by mail. Boy Lost 1820 Reward. Left bis home at the Coal Banks, near New Castle, on Saturday evening, Febt uary IO1I1, ahout 5 o'clock, my son, Edvard Km nobis. He is between 10 and 11 vears old. ami large of lib aire; had ,1 m;r( Mn( blue eYes. Had on lB ,efl ilnrt j, jiu.ket biue corded cassimere jiants, new boots, with a small strip of red on top; plumb colored scot eh cap, w ith a little plaid round the rim. The above reward and all expenses will be paid by his afflicted parents, to any one who will return him to them, or to the office of James Rhodes, New Castle, Pa. "There was a frog who lived In "print, lie euuhl such a void that he could not sing." Poor, unfortunate, Batrachian! in what a sad plight be must have been. And yet his misfortune was 0110 that often befalls singers. Many a once tuneful voice among those who belong to the "genua homo" is utterly sjatiled by "cold iu the head" or on the lungs, or both combined. For the abnve mcnti med "croaker" we are not aware that any remedy was devised ; but we rejiiice to know that all human singers may keep their heads clear and their thr ais in tune by a timely use of Dr. Snge's Catarrh Remedy and. Dr. Pierce J Golden "Mulical Discovery, both of which are Sold by Druggists. 570. The March .number of Bullous Magazine is issued, aud a careful ex animation . of its contents show us that it is the uioet useful of all the monthlies for amusing the public. There is such a variety iu its content, that every one can find some article that will please them. Boys will de light in the sea yams aud adventures,' ladies iu the love stone-", gentlemen in the historical tales, mid the eiitiineii tal iu the poetry. Bullous Magazine contains 100 pages !' reading matter, yet it is sold for only fifteen cents ier copy, or 11.50 per year ; the cheapest publication in the country. Yet in the face of all this, the publishes give some of the best premiums that were ever offered for clubs of subscribers. S.-nil I'nr a list aud see. Thome & Talbot, publisher, C3 Congress Street, B'lfton. Wood's JTousenold Magazine for March bus taken a "New Departure," with Gail Hamilton as editor in-chief. In her salutatory she iinhlusliiugly avows that "The original and govern ing motive of this magazine is to make money. We know tfiat this is a fact unparalleled iu the history of Ii. era lure, and we might disguise it in finer phrase, but the underlying motive would still Le .the same. Profoundly as wc be'ieve in virtue, morality, and ihe power of the press, we would never publish a periodical if we did not hope to advance our fortunes thereby," Yet just how fortunes are to be advancea by the publication of an original mag azine of uearly sixty pages, contribute., by such writers as Greeley, Partott, Bungay, Beeeher, etc, aud edited at an expense of nearly six thousand dul jars all for one doliar a year, this is not so "ppaieut to the general read er, and ii explained only by the fact of its enormous circulation, which in w exceeds thai of any other inagHiine published. Any person not acquaint ed with the magazine may receive a specimen free, by addressing S. S. Wood fc Co., Newborgh, N. Y. 'OLD FORI DUUlbNE." 1755. A Thrilling and Exciting Histori cal Tale, beautifully illustrated, and called "Obi Fort Duquesne," will be comiuenci d in lh Mirch Number of the ''Peoples Monthly" of Pittsburgh, the only illustrated pHper nf suy size and pretensions "ntsiile of New Yolk. All have beard oj' this old French f rt at Pittsburgh, and the bloody conflicts about it ; the defeat cf Breddock and Gra..t; its capture by General Forbes; the dreadful Indian frontier warfare; the celebrated chiefs,' both White and Red, engaged, ami other iiiciileu of lihk.irliiiig iute est to U.b I el ii Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Vir ginia. 'I he very large ciix illation and popularity of this pure, bright, aud at . tiai live Monthly should convince all of its merit, but if any doubt, ihey cau have a three months trial of it, for only 25 i ts. Yearly price, ?1 50 iu advance. Exumiiie the Wonderfully ! '',H',tt' l"vumiiii list. Live agents waul- All(ln. yw Monthly, Pittsburgh, Pa. . fe, ii 1 11 t j i n ir vieins i nrnisiiiu;; b nl, I.UckI 'styles of nc lilies, b'tws, iarhV paper '.collars, umlerware A., tlia-terjr lowest pricra. SuPEiiton Lumber Co. Store. A full assortment id' Notions re ceived this day. Will be sold at verr favorabo prices. We sell Sewing Ma chines at the very lowest figures. 44tf BCPEKIOR LuMoEP. Co. bTORB. Having procured the assislanceof two good workmen in our lailoring Department, We are able to turn nut suits for men and bo)s with dispatch, and guarantee entire satisfaction. Wa always keep a first class stock of coat ing, vesting, and cassinicre&. All work guaranteed before leaving the shop. Where we sell once we have the assurance of selling again. 44tf Superior Lumber Co. Store. Owing to the shortness of th cotton crop and the great demand for cotton goods in the west, there is a material advance iu all kinds of do mestics, but we are selling at the old prices beside the great inducements we ufTer for buying goods evety Satur day. Superior Lumber Co. Store. The public appreciating our lib eral inducements for cash purchase is lh reason we have such crowds and sell such pile of goods every Saturday. Bt'PKUIOK LUMBBH CO. HTOHK. Winter cap selling at cost at the Superior Lumber Co. Store, eve,y Saturday. Dress goods selling a low and compared with New York prices, at the Superior Lumber Co. Store. ' . Every Saturday is the day for cheap goitd at the Superior Lumber Co. Stole. Ready made cloihicg and woollen goods ut all kinds ar specialties at nur Clearance Sales, every Saturday. SUPERIOR LUMBKR CU. KToRK. My friend, stop that terrible c.Migh, anr' thuS a t fuwjiliv grave by using Dr. Prieces Golden Medical Discovery. For curing all throat,' brochial and lung -disease it ha, never been equaled. Sold by Druggist. ' 5C9. Republican Co. Committee Meeting. - A meeting of the Republican County Committee will be held in iho Court House, on Tuesday evening of Court we k. being the 27 ih iust. Presiden tial, Congressional and Senatorial del egates will be' elected, and a full turn out of the Committee is desired. J. G. Dale, Chairman Co. Committee. Book Binding. We are agent for as good a book bindery as ther is anywhere. We are prepared to do all th biuding which may be brought, to us, at low rales, and satisfaction guaranteed. Samples can be seen at this office. D. S. Knox having purchased the stock of D. S. Knox & Co., is now sell ing goods for cash, cheaper than ever they were sold in town. Cash being needed just at this time, he is ottering great inducements to cash buyers. Give him a call, and if you don't buy it will uct be his fault. 43 Foe Sale, The desirable Farm, known as the Dr. Sihhald Farmr containing about 80 acres, bottom sand, located on the Al legheny River, three miles above Tin nesta. Good two-story frame house, large barn, good orchard, and desira ble improvements. For terms &c. en quire of W. W. Mason, 'Holiest a, Pa., or Beooes t Sinclair, 33 tf Cleveland, Ohio. Cakpentkrb, Blacksmiths, Saw mill men, Oil men, and other citizens ot Forest county, w ho are in-want of any thing in the Hardware line, should go to Andrews & Co., Tidioute. They have the largest stock in this section of the country. They are making and repairing all kinds ot" Machinery and Saw mill castings at short notice 4 tf. 'Sew Advertisement. WILLIAMSrOE'f DICKINSON XE11NARY. WILLI AMBPOUT, FKNN'A. AKIRST WAa Doarding Hchool 'ior both Si-xea. LOCATION One of the nnwt licautitul in the S'atA. Students Received at any Time. TKHM.t M'Htl.KA lK. References linn. Jno. A. Dale, Miles V. 'J ttle, Ksij., hi. J. Wiilci.tt. 4o-il. Xodce or .4fU'ul. TVTOTICE Is hereby iiiven that a Court of i. 1 Appeul Mill bo licid Mi tliu tounty ('"ininihHi'iners Oill. e, co the Mli un.l i'.'th Feliruary, on l't-rnoiial 1'ioperiy, Hint the .!ul ilia I'.inullu.ent, toi Hie year ltKNJ. KI.I.IDTT, ., .. J A COll MKKC'l I.LIOTT i lo' Com rn ASK Y0URGR0CER FOR ""T! CfitVMS o Cqxfqkt. "FT BLI Until aro do our duty as we understa Having sold out his fctore biiildlnfr ti oth rt parties, who sre to tak poMHossion on tha lt of April, is dixpoaintf of Ilia tMMEHSE STOCK AT COST!- FOR CASH! Ills stuck consUts In part of CJItOCERIES . and ritovisioxs, BOOTS b SHOES I AXD ' lions Furnishing Oonilii, Iron, Nalla, Machine loots. Agricultural Implements, .e., Ac,, ttr., which we otter at greatly ro iluceil price. FURNITURE ! FURNITURE! ! of all kinds, PARLOR SUITS, CHAMBER SETS, LOUXOEH,' . -WHATNOTS, " SI'RINO HF.hS, MATRKiWES, LOOKINU (JI.ASS KS, Ac, Ac, Ac, TI2T"W.TTi3 of !1 kinds, anil a well mads s any ever brought to town. PURE DRUGS on hind, and dispensed In an intelligent manner. r.iTKVT MEDICIXILS of all kinds, will be sold cheaper than ever beioro. NOW IS THE TIME ! You will probublv never have another .in porltinity to wleet In in ko larue a sU ck "f giM'UH at llieMMiiie hKiires, and now is the tinin lo lay in a seppiy. This oli'ur holda good only until APRIL 1ST so come now, and get your goods cheap I). S. KNOX. TTTTTBTJITGII R. K n and after Mornlnv, Nor. IS, 1W, trains will rnn on ihls road as lolloww LEAVE EIUE SOUTHWARD. M A. M. accom MoiATfo- Lnsve weaile at 7:06 and arrives at PitutburKh )0 a. in. Zh A. m., riTTm-Rnn fx., Ptops at all inn, and ai rivpn at A. A . VV . It. K. fer al l:i p. m.. at Newcastle at :l:15 and at UlMhurph alii.ODp. in. A. M., ACCOMMoDATloy, from Jaiu arrives at A. A ii. W. It. It. I raiiMfer a. in., at rw-antio ii 7:u. a. in., ana K'i ai io:ou a. in. M., Mlxd Train leave ErlS for utiioiiin.' at all inlerineilisio nointa vlnn al IU:I6 a. in. PITTS HUH" 1 1 NOKTW A R I ;15 a. KniR ES1'-:ki, Ifavot New- caHllent Iff-.O.ia. in.. A. AO. W. R. It. Trans- ror at U:2o a. in., and arrivpiat hricat&W f. in., makinnclo e counection lor llnlla o and Niarara Fulls. S:35 P. tt. acommodatto. lev ? New castle at :30 p. in , A. A . W. It. V. Transfer at 7:. 5 p. in., nod Jninestowti at H-.MI a. in., connects with ni.xed tra.ns li.m arrives in Erie at 1:55 a. in. :')0 v. M.. Mixed Train leave. Sharon for Erie, aud rnvini at oirard at a. in. and Erie at 0:55 a. in Trains con neet at RochoHtor with train for Wheeling and all HintH in West Vinrinia, and at l'ittsliuruln-ocn-tionH fur Philadol phiii, IlairiMburtrh, Haiti morn and Wash ington via I'eiiiiHvivnuia Central Kail road. Erie Express North, connects at Jirard with Cleveland and Erie trains Westward for Cleveland, Chiciuro. and all points in the West; at Erie with Philadelphia A Erie Railroad for Corry, Warren. Irviiiifton. Tidioute, Ac, anil with linlliilo A Erie Kaiiroad for rtultnlo, Dunkirk, Niagara Falls and New Yor. City. F. N. FINNEY. General Nup't A 31 I R A L G ! Mr. Samuel Boll, of W. E. S. hmorts if Co , Wliolvsalo Hoot and sh Mannfaciur ers, 31 Fifth avenue, Pittsburnh, Pa., has been alHicted with chronln rlieumatish for thi.ty years, troui his right hip to his foot, having to use a crutch and a cano, at times so painful as to utterly incapacitate h.m from uttoudin lo his business. Having tried every remedy known, without effi-ct, except Uilliliind's Pain Killer, he was nnal.y Induced to try it. A second applica tion enabled him to lay aside his crutch, and a third olieclerl a permanent cure. Mr. Hell is a popular and well-known citizen, is a living monument of the etTacauy of that great medlc-Hl discovery, Oiililsnd's Pain Killer. The alllicted should ak t!iii grocer or dru giwt for i:, and try its won denul power. Mr. liilliluiiil, we under stand, wanUi a respectable attcnt in every town and county lor it. The principal ot lice is at 72 Third Avenuo, Pittsburxh Pa. 31-4t . . . AIKNTS WANTED FOR ROMANISM AS IT IS. Tuis ifook. an elegant Oi-tavo Volume, conlaiuinu 75o paes. and 105 lirdt-cl.isscn graviiigM, Is an exhaustive and Standai'il work, eminently acinptad to its origin to the present tune, e.x poses its liaseleas pre Uuicea, its frauds. Its persecutions, it Itnm.s immoralities, iis opposition to our public schools, and civil Hiid religious lib erty, it shows Its insidious workings which strongly tend lo brjw this country under full Romish control. Prospectus, uui books ready on application. Conn, Pub lishing Co., Harttord Conn. 2U-4t 3o,ooo i.titncits. TH E II KLPKH shows you how to save and how to make money on the farm. Where to look lor the profits, and to obtain theii: How toc!ar vtWO.OO from October to Mav. A copy free to every farmer srnd- iim name ..ml P. O. A.!dr;s to ilegier MeCurdy, Philadelphia, Pa. 31- 13SYCHOI.OOIC! Fascination or Sou! I Charmln?, 4,'KI pages bv Herbert Hum ilton. It. A. How to use this p' wr 'which all fsess at will. Diviuution. Spiritual ism, Sorceries, Dcmouoli'gy, ani a thous and other -wonders. Price' by mail $1.2'. in cloth j paper covers 81.00. 'Cony free lo airents onfv. ft.iflO monthly easily msdo. Addi. a T. W. Evans, Pub., zl is. Hh St., Philadelphia. Pa. 2-i-4t WORflALM By aiumin.n iiciiCw, 1.11.1110,, 1 .ijv.i a .uti of nun yvatra, luvui wa.uu t.ut utn Ucutwu o.i tin inuusnj ca of ihc ciMtuct puculia to wjriun, I hv Imcco cnablea to perfect a nuti potent an J arecablu mjicinc ttut mtt tho tuukatiotts prctenicJ by that cU of buas wiib potutvt cr laimy anJ oiactnc. l a itciituiv ilui natural specific compound. I tuvt nama it Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Th term, hgwwvcr, u but a lecbitf exprevnon of my ihmi maturvJ appreciation of i.i aluj, bai.u uyon actual aad witncMicii rwaluics A a clutu oo&civtr, 1 havo tohtlo uncinK it poMlive result in tin- few sp.xkil cucaca wciuiut to t.iu kciiai ate oranum of wjtnui, MUlcJ it out a i-ntctmax fr irov. u gtm 0f my m.Jtcai etirttr. Uii 11 merit aapott.vc, if.-, ani eifcctuil remedy for tins ciat vl cii.a(t anion; that will at atl timet auj tiuu.rill ci ctm ataacci act kiuuly anJm hajmoiiy wuh the L i.i.a givcrn ttu lmuUs Kyicm, 1 am iiu..g to kiakv my rpjuti .i at a p tyitcian. Nay, cvt.11 uiore, o coi.U 4M am k tliai it will uut uiMppuint lite inwt sanguine cKpcctaiiuii ol a single iuvaiiJ laiy Ua tmplwyk it fkr auy of ill. ailin.tiik fur which I rt.coniininc itp thit 1 o.ivr a.ij actl it unj-r A 10 ilTiV fc. t t Ak AM Yc-t.. it a bunciicui e.ect U nH expcricnciu by the tim two-inirukol iho cm tent of ine botilu ar ycti. 1 wiil, 0.1 the return of tho bottle, two-thin ol tho raj.Jcmo Iva m ' been taken accoruing to tiircc tijns anj llti ca-e b.ia one lor w.tith 1 ivcummcnd it, promptly rfuiiJ t.i in-nivy paid U r it. llau 1 not th mjtt p-rt'ect COU1I4CUCC ui uMriuu, I coulj nut 0 ior it a 1 u under thccniu.uton , but laving wit n.eJ it truly miraculous cures in t!iouaiiiK 01 casct, ,ir warraHUd m tj ftr, r tiy .' in ntAitt iaik my rtuttttPH a4 i)t vtonrt tu turrit t. j'bt fotlwini ar auij.i; t,iowditaM. iu which my FaMHiritt jttrtritttjm lii worked euro a if by miicanl wi. i a certain' y never U (ore atuinc 1 by a 1 . ih iicin.; l-,uc jrrha, Luccsiive l-lowi.i, rain, fut I iiillil Fur 10 is, huppresitiu whtil I mm uiinal urai ciu Ii regularities Weak Lack, i'roU)ufc, or filling of t 1: Litru. Auicvrsion a.i I k.iruv.rs.iun, Ujarin Uowrn Scaatu.n, Internal IKal, Nrrv u L.-prcion, i.:biaiv, Depon jency, 1 hreaitat kl--carriage, Chrumc Coiiaienoii, lullaminaiiun a:d L 1 cratuu of the C'..ru, aud v.ry iu.iuy o;lir curui.ic iiiuasj piMihir to w Ma. in 11 A nien.i:it-d here, i.l w ncS, woil a- in ih,- cati wuuh 1 ujvc mcniioittd, m Fa v true l'reciiinK.. workt curei ll.e tnavel of t'i wj'l 1. '1 iu m.uiriiie I t o u M ax'ol aa t.urc-allt bat it a-miraLl fullilK a .inlfB-s tit prj oie, ton a int-t pjil' tt ici the 1.1 all c tromc f tlie i'i'jjI -u.n cf w juiaii. It wwl ujI ni-t, w , nor wi.l it uj h I'm in any Ma. 1 or r,(w.i.i.i.. Ik u a M 1ST I' j.'.'t'KKi L ivttt I Orii IVK lo.Mi. I.l I'li: r il at w.il a the tixu.il aykl'.m, al-o rnnib-.iun.; t!c m .t v ilii.il!. nervine propei Uc. 11 jt'.i Ut muscular atli li;rv-j is f HC ar: rt,tilheri( d ai.d biilt u; by tts uj. . it w.il o: i j ui'l Malua..k iti t.h,'.ii.s iu t 'K'U, la ti .'J il.'-n.) , ani f.oi hi taLcn in Ui'derat tl ... W fl p;r'.tt alfcLi V. altc i.l t'l.lt Stte'. luUf-cJ, it i a Af i.'tfr's ('i'rj'ij, a.lJ prtltan the iv-.triu f 1; pit jft.u.i it rt-notr chile, labor cay. I have r :C-iiv- 1 tht htf iritVIt pratM. irim hum ie-. bl'nrwtticri for t .1; iiUa' -m tul-i bnvti ttu.1 coi.lerutl. I oi'.r 111 h'avoriie i'l eti 1 iptmn to the I atli,- of AnuriLa wi i:c kotce-ii y ot au hi'iu-t bt..irt, ai d Iwr l.i ir b .it w wlfar.:. 1 10 -e wlio dcnc fui tlur intuin.a a ij-i o 1 i kw tvui'icc ta ouum it ut ny '1 wi-atib 0i CtaoslC I'i.sAMI ( Hi (1 SCiiAl i a" A Ml J -a " Oik.a.., iviu t .Lie b m ctct n auon l h-U receipt of 1 v j ost.i t.nips It tri-ii', mud ilv on th) dtjei.ci p eculiar t V mjle, anj Uk-etl 4 ilc a 1 v ice m r-pj'd l -h Id ir ni.it. iv-mint M itil MO IHui H A I I I lit n a' 1 i. lknttOIVlS. til VI.:U ivr bot- Aiu.'actureJ at tae Chemical Laboratory of n. r, ri.m 1, .1 jk. Sot I'le-'iOETOP. LLH Al.O. N. V GR?"J CHANCE FOR AGEKTS l'o you want a situation as nrent, lueal i.r H :iM'Iir:x Willi chain 0 lu make 'i ti ?-( pi r ilnv siWI.nir our new'7 si rami While Wire lathes Lilcbf They last loievcr, saicple li'ce, so thi-re is no risk. Address nt oueti liuilson ltiver Wire Works, cor. Water St., A Muiileu Ijuiu, N, Y QrliiDearb.ini ft,, Cliicapii, ia 41 Oi "V v. -4- A 1 1 1 l entrp S ., u povlte Piwt O'lrw, OIL CITY, PENN'A, . nr.i i:::h in FOREIGN AND DOMESTrO- DRY GOODS, DRLtiS HOODS, L'AUJ'LTIA'O, on. ci, onus, boots & shoes, HATS A CATS, TRIMMINGS NOTIONM, ET(, ETC. TIIIS 13 NO HUMItUil ! 3f)r I If y sending J( RNTH with aTO, hinrlit, color of eyes and hair, von will nweivo.J.y return road, a correct pti tiire o" your litnrn h'C-biiid or wife, wi'll nnmo an t datoof insrria'.-r Addresa W. FiX P. O Drawer N.o. i'-, KoHon vil'r. V. Y. U-vt HEA-NECTAR IS Pl RK Itfi.K.'K TKA :ih the 1 ii ceii 'lea I avor -' ir. , r,:,-1 to suil all a .'is. For iale evi rv ivhnr., in nir "irai'o mark" p'mfi't an l half i .iiii.i 1 lu-ka .- o.n i.v, mill sa'n wh"l-al' onlv hv tho tlieit At. iiniie -"vl Par,tlf Tea I -.". 8 t'hiilcli .St. New V-.ra. V. Oj Ilox S5UIJ. Send for Thca- S iciar circular. V7-4I A.KTS W -1NTED Hound catiTaa ins book SENT FI5F.K! if poctivRo on roc'lpt of 75 cent, and U'siTe torrit .rv ft anted i n the PICTOKILHOMK nini.E. Contains overbid illnstrB'ion Isa mm plot" Library of Uihlica Kn 1i-H"p, Ell eel I a all others. In Eni?lili and flwiiun. Wm. IT nt Co . Phils.. Pa. 27 -It JU RUBEB A. Is a South Amai'ican plant that ha boen u-toil for many years by the niPti.cat acuity of those" eoiintr. cm wldi wnnilerfii '-llicac-y, and is a Mure and Pci luut Romed . .6,-ail Di.-ija-ics of Iho Liver and Soloen, Eitlarirement ot oh traction of Intestine, Vrintirj, Uterine, or Abdominal orann, Poverty or a want of itlood, Iu- tcrmiltent or ltemittent Fevera, Inflamatlon o( the l.ivor. Dropsy, oftho Rlood, Abseeysp, Tumors, Jaundi, Scrofula, Dysnttpsia, Ague and Fever, or "heir Conao'mitantH. Dr. WELLS' Extract of JURUBEBA a moat perfect alterative, ami is offered 'o tho public as a irreat inviunrator and remedy ior all impur.t es oftho blood, or ;'or organic weakness with their attendant vil. For the forroinr coiirplainfs Or. Wells' Extract of -Jurubeba s confidently r.x-oininpn -led to every iunily us a household remedy, and nlioulil bo Ir 'civ taken in ail dcranciuontx of tha i.vstemy. ..'" . ... It is MlT A Pll YSr It is not what'ta popularly caileil a IJITTKItH, non 's it in ended as such ; but is dimply a powerful .iterative Kivin liea'th, visjo'r ami tone W iii the vital lori es, and animate am) lor'! .iohU'I weak a, .(I lymphatic teinperamctiia. JUI1N ti. K I l.l.i iU, 1'lati SI., New Vork. Molo A iron t for the United Stat, t rice One, Dollar pur bottle. (Send for i.'ircular. 24t Iroli.tab!e K".mjIoj munt. We desire to onirairo a few nioro agents to iell the world-renowned improved Itnek yo Scwina Macliine, at a lilieral salai v or n ciiiumiHNioii. A horse and wa ton rffven o a rents. Futl particulars fnrinslied n ipolicition. Aililress VV. A. Hi:MKK mjN A CO.. Oencral AiiCnW, Ciuvela-id, o, r St. Lcu'.m, M i, 31-K UK NTS WA N TKD for a New Booil, ii stories of Travel, AO v iiUue. Misci-i- anica, il-c, by Albert D. Kiclmrd n, tlnely illustrated. ' Very larue pav. Addiesa ttil.UMItl.VN liOOKl o., Hartford, Ct.3ti APFMTQ wanted for "Tho Ib-LIit Hidi. rtULII I O ot jj,.w York," a Library of lu.iiri-.ation pertaining to iti Institutions in I objects of Interest. I'-y a 'ly Mis looary. 200 KupraviiiK. Ajrenta sell 4U 1 1 lav. .lust Issued. K. If. TlliAT, Puh isher. K05 llroadwav. N V. iltf-tt xotice. rR. J. N. If' ii. Aiii, oi Tiilioute, has I J returnsil to Ins pructieo alter an ab- sunce of lour moiitlki, sieot iu the Ho pi '. ills of New Vork, whore u" will atn d calls in his proioKsion. oillee in Hurnki Dru" St, ire. ."..I " r ilsive the hank. Tl'lloute, Pa. 49tf PITHOLS VAILCY Ti'Y. .s' AND A FT K It Momluv, June fl, lft;i, Trains will run as tod-.w.: THAINS NOltTll W.VItl). STATIONS. nuopol u, Itennett, WiKids Prathers Mill 1'ilhoio City No. i lo. a in 10 ' M.:l0 " l ):'A " 10.10 ' No. 4. :i tu , ra VH ' 3.H " 3.10 " 2.55 " Tl MJfS SOUT1IWAUD. stations. No. 1. No. Pi!hoo';tv, B.-lcani l..0pni Prathors till K.IM " 1.48 W mmIs H.'irt " I. Ml " llenne't l.0J " i! 0" ' Olo. pells It. Ill " 2.18 " An Kxtra Trnln leaves Pitholo City ou Saturdays at 6. 10 p. in. iniikiinr close con nectioii ut deopolis with I ra ns on the iii Creek V Alleulieiiy ltiver Hallway forCor rv and Inlei ineiliiite po uts, lli'turn Train leaves Heopoiia at 7.15 p. m., airiviiiif at P thole l ilv at 7,-l. v II ottn r Trains make cliwo irnnecions ui oleopolia with trains on Ihenil Creek it Alleirhony Uiver llailway, Norib and Soiiih. Two Lines of Strcres run da!lv between Pithole City, Miller l-urm iiu.i Pli asant viile, inaki'iircoiuici'liou t. i'har-ivinvaud ilepiirtiiiK Tiaiiis. J. T. liLAIlt, FID. ItlSHoP, hii,.'t. Ticket Agent, Pitholo City, Pa. LOTS FOR SALE! i.v Tin: BOROUGH OF TIONESTA. Apply to GEO. G. KLI P," TU, Niue-auNt., New Yr.rk City. S. C. V 1. A It K , TUDIOTJTTE!, 1?J. WATCH MAKER & JEWELER, And Dealer in WATCHES, JEWTEKY, A'D M L'S I CAE EN Sin V M ENTtf. lu-pairiiifj (l,,no in a woi t mntilika maimer ami wariauted to give talis laitiotl. ijy Tlio Hejiul l.can CfHco KI'FPS cniistimtiv en hand a lai irx as si, mucin i.l llmnk lU-eils. Mi.ilt'iu.w . Huhpena.s, Wurraius, auouiusn. JS i ' ro. c-tn-inj fw cu.-iw H