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W. It. DUNN - EDITOR. Tl'ESDAT MORNING, Jl XE 4, 1ST!. REPUBLICAN JSTATE TICKET For Governor, JOHN P. HARTRANFT, of Montgomery Co. For Judge of Supremo Couit, ULYSSES MERCUR, of Susquehanna Co. For Auditor-General, HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren Co. For Congressmen nt Large, GEN. HARRY WHITE, of Indiana. GEN. LEMUEL TODD, of Cumberland. Announcements. Tlio following nre Hie prices to lie chained for the" announcements of the various county offices : Prothonotary f 10; Sheriff, JM; Treasurer, $S ; Commissioner, $."; Auditor, $3. No nimouncenients will appear unless tho cash accompanies the name. Thoro will bo no deviation from this rule.J rnoTnosoTART. Mr. KniTOR : Pleaso nnnonnco the name of J. 1!. AUXEW, ns a candidate for re-election to tho orllce of Prothonntnry, Kciiister, Recorder and Clerk of the Courts of Forest County, subject to Rrmbliean usages. ' M as Y k i ks ns. Ki. Fokkst RF.rrni.icAN: Pleaso an nounce the nameof K. j. DAV IS, as can didate for nomination for the ofiice of Pro thonotary, Clerk of tho Courts Ac, sub ject to the usages of tho Republican party, nt their Primary Flection. Many Republicans. 6IIEK1FF. En. RrrrnLioN. Please announoe tho name of J. N. TF.ITSWOKTII.of Tiones ta Horn., as a candidate for nomination for the olllce of Sheriff, subject to Republican usages. fcSKVKitAL. Rgi'viiIjIcaks. Ed. RtfrvnMOAN. Please announce the name of E. C. MAYS, of Harnett town ship as a candidate for nomination for tho otlico of Sheriff, subject to Republican usages, Many Republicans. En. Republican . Pleaso nnnoince 1A ECT. TIIOS. J. VAN i I KSF.N, of Tio nesta Borough for Sheriir, subject to tho nsiujes of tho Republican party at tho Primary Election. Many Voters. TBKASURF.lt. En. Rfpubi.xcan : Please announce tho namo of W. R, DUNN as a candidate for nomination for the ollleo of County Treas urer, subject to the usages of tho Republi can party; nt the solicitation of Many Emends-, commissioner. En. Rhpublican. At tho solicitation of ninny Republicans, JOHN THOMPSON, of Harmony township, will be a candidate for nomination for the ofiice of County Commissioner, Buhfect to the usages of tho Republican party at their primary elections, June d. Editor Republican: Please nn nouncce the name of 8. J. SEXL1SY as a candidate for County Commissioner, sub ject to tho usages of the Republican party, ut the Primary Election, and oblige bis Many Friends, auditor. Mr. Editor. Please announce the nameof L. WARNER, of Harnett town ship, as a candidate for nomination for tho ollice of County Auditor, subject to Re publican usages. Harnett, County Committee Meeting---Pri. mary Elections, June 22d. Tuesday Evening, May 28, 1872. County Committee met. J. G. Dale, Chairman, presiding. A certificate from A. II. Steele delegating his au thority ns a member of the County Committee to YV. 1. iUercilnott was read. On motion W. P. Mercilliott, elected Secretary. Members present Tionesta Boro., W. P. Mercilliott; Barnctt Township, A. Cook ; Kingsley, W. A. Duscnbury ; Hickory, N. P.Wheeler; Harmony, II. B. Elliott; Green, L. Arner; Jenks, Jas. A. Scott. On motion the time for holding the Primary Elections fixed, on Saturday, June 22d, 1872, between the hours of 1 ntnl 7 o'clock P. M. On motion a place for Primary Election was voted at Brookston, in Howe Township. Ou motion a place for holding Pri mary Election was voted at tho White Onk school house, in Harmony Town ship, for all voles Northeast of West Hickory creek. W. P. Mekcilliott, Sec'y. The following are tho uames of tho successful candidates for nomina tion at the Venango County Republi can Primary Elections, held on the 23th ult. : Congress-C. W. GilGllan. Senate A. P. Duncan. Assembly R. D. McCreary. Constitutional Convention M. C. Beebe. Associate Judge James L. Conned- Prothonotary E. G. Crawford. Register & Recorder James W. Shaw. County Commissioner A. M. Tur ner. County Auditor Harvey Hughes, A new well was struck at Pithole on Wednesday last, and is doinjj about thirty barrels daily, and in creasing. John Kelley, of Erio.T. F, BiM-be and T. A. Morrison, of Pleas- antvillc, and Chas. Gardner, of Oil Cilv, are the owner?. The Democratic Nominations. Tho Democratic State Convention at Reading, May oO nominated Hon. Charles R. Buckalcw for Governor, on the seventh ballot. Mr. Buckalcw was born in Columbia county, Pennsyl vania, December 28, 1821 ; adopted the profession of law, and was admit ted to practice in 1843. He is au un compromising party man and will daw only a party vote. Wm. Hartley of Bedford was nom inated for Auditor General. Ho is a dyed in-the-wool Democrat, but com paratively unknown. Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia, James 11. Hopkins of Allegheny, and II. B. Wrig'it, of Luzerne, were nom inated for Congressmen nt large. The resolutions ns adopted contain nothing but an indorsement of Jeffer son's inaugural and Jackson's farewell declaration; that the election of Buck alcw will securo at onco a correction of nil existing evils, and tho condem nation of grants of charters by the Radical Legislature to tho South Im provement Company and like corpora tions. Tho resolutions were tamely re ceived and failed to elect even ordina ry applause. Tho following were chosen delegates to the National Convention: James r. Barr and John II. Bailey were cho sen Senatorial delegates from the Twenty-second District, aud V. II. Stevenson, elector: Col. David Camp bell aud P. II. Winston, delegates from tho Twenty-third District nnd John T. Baird, of Butler elector. It was agreed that the delegates from each Senatorial district name one member of the State Central Commit tee, and the Chairman of the Conven tion, iu conjunction with the nominees, to select the Chairman, of the Slate Committee. Adjourned. BRIDGE. They are having trouble about that bridge at Tidioutc, the one which was going to throw all the trade of Forest and Clarion counties iuto that place. In the meanwhile, our bridge, which will be a great accommodation to the public generally, but which it is Mot supposed will give us all the trade of Warren county is progressing rapidly, timer the energetic management of Messrs. Bell & Breckenridge. The bridge ruction in Tidioutc, according to the Oil City Derrick, lias taken the following shape : ri-i , ineyiiau a tiinrter, company or ganized and stock enough subscribed to warrant them in going ahead. They enlarged their ideas and decided to build a bridge worth $10,000 more than first proposed. 1 Ins amount they asKea me propeity owners ou the op posite side of the river to subscribe, The owners couldn't seo it. They thought the bridge was sure to be built and kept their money. Lot thev nn mediately put up the price of their land to 1.500 per acre worth sa ll 8100 without the bridge. Good bail ing lots over there, you see. The Jour nal mav tell the rest: The Bridge Company met to take action on the incrense of stock neces sary to build tho bridge, and voted not to increase tho stock, unless those property owners that were to be so ini mensely benefitted, would contribute liberally to the bridge. They do not ask money, but a donation of land.say some ten acres, in alternate sections, at the advanced rates. Now, here comes the hitch : the owners aforesaid do not seem willing to donate the land, and tho bridge company will not build unless some arrangement can be made to cover this point. As far as we understand it, mis is me present status of the question, aud we are tol erably sure that no bridge will be built unless something ot the kind is done. The simple justice of the proposition must at once strike all, as it is not fair nor right that property shall be raised immensely without the cause of that advance reaping some benefit therefrom. Tho Richmond, Virginia, Enquir er says: "Personally General Grant has many frienls in tho South among our people. Yet thoro is not one of these but would feel insulted were ho asked to lend his aid to re ward the victor for having conquered the South. The objection to General Grant on this score would lie against any other leading oflicer of the North ern army who contributed to our de feat. With Mr. Gree ley it is quite another thing. He was not iu power and he used all his Influ ence, first, to permit the South to depart in peace, and afterwards to 6cttlo the difliculty upon nny terms that were honorable alike to both sections. Ev ery Conl'edrate soldier in tho South can vote for Greeley without feeling thnt he has made out gtterifiee of his principles or manhood." . The following is the closing para graph of a letter recently written by Wendell Phillips, which contains the whole matter in a nutshell : "For a loyal administration to pro tect the negro, awe the rebel, and give the workingninn a chance.Gnint's little finger is worth a baker's dozen of Greeley's. Yours. "Vj:nm:i.i. Fnn.ups" Tho following items aro from the Clarion I'rpubltcam On Saturday the 8th day of June. providing the weather permits nnd everything goes all right, there will bo a match gamo of base ball between the printers of Broekville nnd the printers of Clarion, to be played on tho lsrookvillo grounds. Ou last Sunday niirht another pris oner undergoing sentence for larceny, unfastened tho bolts of the door of his cell, got out into the hall, nnd from thence into the back yard, whence ho too scnled the wall, nud left for parts unknown not even promising to return as his brother prisoner Campboll had done. It is needless to add that Camp- oeu nas not yet put in an appearance. The Democrat says thnt Sheriff John son has had hud luck with his boarders. Tho troublo is he treats them too well aud they imposo on his generosity. Also mat tne last issue of tho Wm- ocral was printed by steam, which marks a new era in newspaper priut ing in Clariou county. On Saturday 2oth ult., in the Court of Common . Pleas, Philadelphia, Judges Allison, Ludlow, Pierce, Pax son and Fiuletter, sat to give judge ment on the constitutionality of the Local Option law, nud they decided tho law to be constitutional. JiuIl-h Ludlow alone dissenting. Tho Court held that a statute can certainly bo made conditional, nnd "it is of no moment whether tho condition be nn enrthquako or a vote of tho people." Tl.. 1 1 -.- K !. ... iuc j-iucui ujiuou act is a inw oi ltselt defining an offense and prescribing a penalty without a voto of the peo ple. The voto of tho people Iocs not make tho law or enact it. The Court held that tho law was as perfect a law as any by w hich we elect the President of tho Republic. Judge .Lmdiow held that asunder the decision of the Parker case, the Legislature could not delegate its power to the vote of the people, this Local Option law was unconstitutional because it left the qucstiou of license license to vote of the people. or 110 We learn from tho Venango Citi ten that James P. Riddle, County Commissioner, his wife and livo chil dren, met with a severe, and perhaps, to some of them, fatal nccident, while returning home from church on last Sunday. In crossing a high bridge over Littlo Scrubgrass creek, above Anderson's mills, in a two horse wag on, one side of the bridge gave way and suddeuly precipitated the whole family into the rocky bed of the creek, sixteen feet below. The whole party were injured more or less, Mrs. Riddle nnd one of the boys being so badly hurt that they are now iu a precarious condition. The crash of tho fulling bridge was heard by some cf the peo ple returning homo by another route who hastened to the assistance of the family who were lying helpless under the fallen timbers. A Swindler Editors, Look Out. One A. W. Cook, formerly of the Erie Dispatch, nnd moro recently of Stcu benville, Ohio, is traveling tho coun try pretending to be employed by the Cincinnati Commercial, in hunting up personal matters in favor of Horace Greeley, lie has scooped us out of ten dollars, by representing lie had money in the Humboldt Savings Bank, Erie, nnd that ho was re-employed as local on tho Erie Dispatch. He gave his check on the Humboldt Savings Bank, which was returned with the reply that they could find no such de positor on their books. We caution our brethren of tho quill agaiust him. lie is a big, burly cuss, nearly six feet high aud largo iu proportion ; has all the brass necessary to he contained in one human frame, and has a head as big ns a good-sized pumpkin. Corry maae. Mechanics' LiEN-s.-Mecbanics' liens have been a source of great trouble to house-builders, but the new law which went into effect June 1st, '72, will rem edy some of the evils of the old prac tice. By the new regulation n man who makes a written contract with the builder and pays the stipulated price for the work, can lean upon the con tract for support ngainst any liens, which the men employed by the build er, or those who furnish the material, could otherwise bring against the building when completed. Tho par ties who furnish the material are thus compelled to look to the contractor for their pay, and cannot come back on the house-owner, after he has ouce paid tho contractor. On Saturday night a dreadful ac cident occurred at I'etersbugh, at the well of Speers, Orrusby and Geider. While tho workmen were engaged in reaming, a sudden flow of oil and gas took place, causing an explosion. At the time of the accident four men were present, A Laving, llob't Hone, A. llrquhart aud Charles Lavins. The two former were blown to a considera ble distauco by the explosion, and burned so severely that death ensued in a short time. The two latter were badly burned. The well burned until Sunday evening, when the firo was ex tinguished. Citizen. On Suuday last a little girl, about 12 years of age named Ella Slensberry, residing in Uouseville, was terribly burned by attempting to light a fire with kerosene. It appears that while in the act of pouring the oil on the fire the can exploded, and enveloped her iu liquid flame. A gentleman passing at tho time rushed iu, wrapped her in a blanket, and, after considera ble difliculty, put the fire out. Tho unl'ertunate child is burued so severe ly that little hope is cntcrtaimd of her recovery. llcralj. When Mr. Greeley wns chosen President of tho Tammany Republi can Committee, ho mndo nn address in which ho said in relation to Gen. Grant: "As to the administration of Gen. Grant, I looognizo no ono as n Republican who is not grateful for its judicious, energetic nnd successful efforts to procure, tho ratification of the Fftecnth amendment, that key stone of our politicnl nrch, whereby the fruiu of our grent triumphs over rebellion and slavery nro assured nnd perpetuated. Thnt tho President ling mado some mistakes in nppointmcn's is obvious. It would be ttningc, in deed, if ono so inexperienced in tho conduct of political n (lairs, had whol ly escaped them. Whilo asserting the right of every Republican to his un trnmmcled choice of a candidate for next President until a nomination is made, I venture to suggest that Cei. Grant will be far better qualified for thnt momentous trust in 1872 thnn 1 e was in 18G8." Mr. Greeley was thus ono of tho very first to indicnto his preference for tho next Rcpublicr.il candidate for tho Presidency. Xcw Artrrrttficmcnt. MQTTJZ8S tC i?tfiE&g W1"' HAVE taken tho nuenev of two machines manufactured ul Meadville, one known as tlio KniiTen Mower and Reaper, and the other tho Atlantic Mower and Reaper. The advantages these machine's claim over others oll'cred for sale is Lislitnrss of Draft, Ease of SaiiaEniinit, Economy of Tower, Strength and rhcnpurss. These machines, with fir without reaper attachment can ho purchased of II. W. hKDAIH'I!, or WM. II. 11 EAT II, Tionesta, Pa. They also soil tho TAYLOR ISTEEIj TOOTH HAY A GRAIN RAKE. Nouo oeuer in uso. io-;;k Dissolution Notice. TVTOTK'K is hereby iriven that tho firm xi of Rlinordlinuer A: Co., is this day dis Milvod by mutual consent. All nionevs duo the hrm will bo paid to Geo. W. llo vard it I'n., successors of K linordlinirer it- Co., nnd all claims against the firm w ill be paiu uy mem. N. KMNORPMNfJER, UEO. W. ROVARI). Tionesta, Juno 1st, lwii Wm,. Fellcts, T 1CENCF1) AUrriONIER, will attend to " business in that lino promptly, b iiuiifif mii, vnores WM. FELLERS, Newman villo, "-3m. Clarion Co. Pa. NOTICE. YniERE AS, letters of administration to to the Estate of Michael 1 loinv, latent' tho borough of Tionesta, Pa., ifecei'sed, havo been ura.iled to the su'.iscribeis, all persons indebted to tho said estate aio ro iiics!e I to inako Immediate payment, and those bavin-' claims or demands auninst tho estate of tho said decedent wiil'niako Know n Hie same without delay, to JOS. (i. DALE. ) , , . . , . .lOHS HALTERS Administrators, May (3, lS7i i-(it. Tionesta, Va. Orphans' Couv Sale. TJl l II5TI. E of nn order of the Orphans' i nun in mo county oi Heaver, tlio un (teisiiie.i Ailmimsu-alors ol tho estate of ll imam Oavulson, sr., Into of said county ileceaseil, and 'I rustees appointed !v said Court to makosaloof raid uecooni!H l eal estate after proceedings in partition, will expose to sale by putuic youilue oroutcrv at the Court House in tlio boroii"h of Ti'o. nesta, in tho county of Forest, and Stato of l'ensvlyania, on W EDNKSUAY, MAY 20, 1S72. At 10 o clock a. in., all that certain tract of land, late tho estate ol said decedent, sit uate in tho township of Hickory, in saiil county of Forest, being part of tract ii.vl, unjoining ino nno dividing said county from the county of ll'arren, containim oli'.i acres and l-t perches, more or le.-s, i.nd beinn purpart No. U'J of bald decedent's rciil estate. IMt.M.').-One-third of tho purchase money in hand on confirmation of sale by '.he Court; ono-third in ono year from dal'o of said continuation witli 'interest from same date, nnd tho remaining one-third nt tho death of said decedent's widow, tho in terest on said ono-third from tho date of continuation to bo paid to said widow an nually duriuir hor natural life j deterred installments to bo secured by bond nnd mortgage on the premises. Purchaser to pay expense of preparing deed, bond und mortgage, and stamping mime. Impure of or address ' THOS. J. A SAM E DAVIDSON, Administrators, Rochester, Pa. orHICE. IK1LSON it MOORE. C-Ilt Heaver C. II., Pa. ERIE & PITTSBURGH R. R On nnd nfter Monday, Nov. ir, ISfiO trains will run on this road as follows: LEAVE ERIE SOUTHWARD. 11:55 A. sr. accommodation Loaves Newcastle at 7:05 aud arrives at Pittsburgh 10:00 a. m. 10:25 a. m., riTTsnuium fx., stops at all stations, and arrives at A. A W. W. It. It. Transfer nt 1;VI p. m., at Newcastle at 3:15 p. m., and at I'ittsbui gli at li:0i) p. m. 5:05 a. M., accommodation, from James town, arrives nt A. A O. W. It. R. Transfer at 5: 111 n. in., at Newcastle at 7:05 a. in., and Pittsburgh at 10:00 a. in. 5:00 p. M., Mixed Train leaves Erio for Sharon, stopping at all intermediate points nnd arriving at 10:15 a. m. LEAVE PITTS HVlKi II NORTWARD. 7:15 A. M kbib ExriiKss, leaves New castleat lil;00a. in., A.&ti. W. Jt. It. Trans fcr at 11:20 a. in., and arrives at Erie at L'::so f. m., making closo connection for iiuilu o uud Niagara Fulls. 3:35 p. M. accommodation, lonvj New castle at (i:"0 p. in , A. it i. W. R. It. 'Transfer at 7:55 p. in., und Jamestown nt 8:l!0 a. m., connects with mixed trains that arrives iu Erie at 1:55 a. in. t)::iO p. M.. Mixed Train leave Shnron for Erie, nnd arriving ut tiirurd nt l-:.iO a. m. and Erie ut ii:"5 a. in Trains connect at Rochester with train for Wheeling nnd till points iu West Virginia, nnd at Pittsburgh connections for Philadel phia, llarrisliurgh, ltultimoro and Wash ington via Pennsylvania Central P.ailroad. Erie Express North, connects nt Oirard with Cleveland and Erio trains Westward for Cleveland, Chicago, and all points in tho West; at Erio with Philadelphia A Erio Railroad for Corry, Wairon, lrvinglon, Tidioutc, iVc, and wilh lliiltalo V Erio Railroad for Butialo, Dunkirk, Niagara 1'alln und New Yuri City. F.N. FINNEY, Lli ntral Sup't St'liSCltlliEfortho Forest Republican It will iiu3'. WANTED EOR TIMES OK LITE AND IAC5 FISK, JR. Contains biographies of Drew, Ynnderbilt, Uould, Tweed, Ac., with n Unsocial histo ry of theeountry for tlio last three yours, and what Urant new about "ItLACIv FltlliAV." Over Mm unges. l'rleo SJ. ddress New York Hook Co.. l l"i !St., N. Y. tMt. Sold Only by Agents. BOOK FOR EVERYBODY ! 10,000 For. Month. The instantaneous success of this lloofc Is not strange, nlthouirh it Is havi mr n ii iii-n. cedentcd sales. THE LIFE OF JESPg, THE CHRIST. CY HENRY WARD BEECKER. Is n work which the reading public havo been waiting for with nviditvt nil sorts ud conditionsofmon welcome it heartily, nr. n i.ooK in no read, pa IIOI.AHS, 1 1 - CI.EltUY, THE Pit ESS. and THE PEO- FliE, read it eagerly, cniov it thorouirhl v. praise it sincerely. The point for the Ag'ITrp Of?!" T CJ to know is thnt 11 OljLjLiO. More Agents wanted. Intrlliiront men and women may obtain lucmlivo employ ment by taking an agency. Full descrip tive Circulars maileil free. Very liberal trms to Canvassers. Apply only to .1. 11. 1-ord k Co., i!7 Park Place, N. Y. ; 11 Itroiulieldst., Huston. Mass. j 75 V. Wash ington St., Chicago, 111. 8-4t m A Conturvof Trinmnhs over dvsnonsia. liver disease, bowel complaints nnd vari ous febrile anil nervous disorders, has im- l lortalizeil the Melt.er tsim, nnd these vic tories nre now repeated throughout this hemisphere by Tarrant's Ellervoscont Seltzer Aperient i containing nil tho ele ments anil producing nil tho happy results of the Oreat (.Icrmau Spring. Sold by all UC PIANO CO., N. Y. Price, ICfl O.No At; ts. Circularsfree.3U Oicnp Ftiriiis;! Free Homes ! ON Till! LINK OK TIIK UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. A LANK OHANT OF 12,000,000 VCRlilS IN TIIK Best Farm ami Minrrul Luiuls in America. 3,000,000 Acres in Nebraska IN the rent IMatio Valley, TUB GARDEN OF THE WEST, now ron sai.k ! Those lands are in tho central portion of mo i niteii Miaios, on tlio -list degree, ot North Latitude, tho central lino of tho great Temperate Zouo of tho Amercan lontinont, lor grain growing and slock raising unsurpassed by any in tho United Mates. Cheaper in Price, nioro favorable terms given, and more convenient to market than can bo lound elsewhere. FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL ISETTLEKS. THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR C0LONIE3. SOLD1EKS ENTITLED TO A HOME STEAD OF 100 ACRES. Free Tasses to Purchasers of Land. Send for tho new Posoriptivo Pamphlet, with new maps, published in English, CJernmn, Swedish and Danish, mailed free everywhere. Address O. F. Davis, Land Commissioner, U. 1. R. It. Co., Omaha, iseiirasKa. n.-h (INCOIIPORATUD lSOO.) COLUMBIA FIRE INS. CO. OFFICERS AND DI IHX'TOltS. S. S Dctwiler, Pres't; 11. Wilson, Vice-l'res't ; llerh't Thomas, Trcas. ; .1. F. Frneautl', .Sec'y: S. s. Detwilcr, Hiram Wilson. Robert Oram, Wm. Pulton, John li. ltach- niaii, Ji. M. stnclvler, Jacoli M. string, James Sehroador, Oco. Rog'o, W. (1. Case, Amos F. Eves.Johli Shcrly.er, H.lt. Essick. l.or insurance or Agencies, address J. F Fi ueaulf, Sec'y, Columbia, Pa. (S-H IQV.'A AND NEBRASKA FOR SALE liV Til E Burlington & Mo. River R. R. Co. Klll.LIO.NS Or ACRE3 On Ten Years' Credit, nt 6 per ct. Interest. No part of principal duo for two years and tlionco only one-ninth, yearly till paid in lull. Products will pny for land and imnrovo moots within tho limit ol this genorous CICUil. J. 0-Belter terms were never offered, nro noi now, and pioiaiiily never will bo. Circulars givingfoll nai'ticulura aro sun plieii gratis ; any wishing to induceothers to emigrate with them, or to form u colony. nro invucu lo usii lor all lliey want to dm tribute. Apply to GEO. S. HARRIS. Land Com missioner, for Iowa Lands, at liurlinglon, lowu. Anu lor JNeliraska Lnuds, ut l.m coin, Neb. B-lt PORTABLE SODA FOUNTAINS f 10, $50, $75 nnd f 100. GOOD, DFRAISLE AND CHEAP! SHIPPED READY FOR USE! MANlKAI-rillKD 11V J. W. CHAPMAN & CO., Madison, Ind. jtfJ-SEN D FOR CIRCULAR.-B 8 LIGHTNING HOPS. Munsoii's Copper Tubular Lightning Rod, with Spiral Flanges, is the most complete protection against lightning ever invented. Endorsed by the scientific world, and by Wholesale Duulars from Maine to ieorgiii. Send for Circular to LOCK. HART A CO., 2 :4 Pcnn. St., Pittspurgh. 1'u., or N. Y. Copper Lightning Rod Co,, 3J I'nion Sipuaoe (North). N. Y. 8-tt COCOAiME -TBAUt THE BEST HAIR INC AND RESTORER. Millions Say "BURNETT'S COCOAINE." Your Druggist has it. ClREAT MEDICAL ROOK of useful J know ledge to all. Sent free fir two stamps. Address Dr. Ronaparto if- Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, -tt AOENT.S 7yi4HH DRESS 1,000 ixinvAt:i For nny cass of nilnd, Hloediii", Itching or I'lorated Files that Polling's Pile Hem dy fails to euro. It is prepared expressly to euro the Piles, nnd nothing else. Solil by nil Druggists, l'rico, tl.()0. I'nrn i!lony it li'int in vest in y ciipfcnl' icTThT per- ns vt rue lor money reoiiirud. A, St., N. Y. AOFNTS WANTED, nioro money nt work Agents make nioro money nt work for us thnn nt anything else. Particulars free. ). Ktin son ,fc Co., Fino Art Publishers, Portland, Maine. K-lt RARE CHANCE FOR AGENTSI AGENTS, we will par yon f 10 per week In cash if von will engogo with us nt onco. Everything furnished, nnd expen ses paiil. Address A. Jiljl.s iv uu., Chnrlotto, Mich. P-tt U K 2. BAB WAY'S mm RELIEF MUES TIIK WO It ST TAINS In from One to twonty Minutos, NOT ONE HOUR Dftcr nsaiViL tM :i'ivi-, - lectin"'! i f ,i onv cma YVY Kit I U I'AIN. I1ADWAV3 KiA1V HKLIKK is A CURE FOB I . V I I : V IAIN. It w tlo' !! lillil 1 Tho Only ioli llrmrrty t'll itititttitlr tp thfi ni"t t xi'im-lntlun ri'it, iu!nv I'llUiiiiiihMortA, ni.l rttrM t 'n'lCf-U'.itu, wlitiiii'r ff tiitl Sitinnu'li, JtWttlistir uilivr i;lui.ila or urtui, by llit! Ui'l'M' . IN KUOt ON T; TVFNTY MrNrTn?, r ri'i'tcr rnir violent or v uii'iHllufi I lid v in T'lH-TVATIf, T'"1 f'-Hen, lMflrm, fr';.,.!,.,!, SiyoUH, Iut.ia!u', or proRtrnti tl v. n t ilim a-t? inaj- still r, RADWAY'S READY RELICT V ti l. lFKtlf INSI'WT KASE. IXFI.AM.M A I'll IN ol Till: KII'NKVS. ii i. a mm a no' i tiii: iil.ADDr.n. ISKLAMMAilo.S '1 III. OV. NI.S. 'oni;i:siton in.' thr l.rsos. SOUE Til HO AT, MKIIi Tl.T PUHA I IIIN'l. I'AI.I'l l ATloN (!K TUB Ul.AliT. nTSTF.nii'8, ( lUiL'F, MI'll I'll KIM A. ATAIIUII, l.NTIA'ENZA., IIEADACIIE, TOOTIIACIIK. NKi'UAI.irA. r.HErMATIKM. cor n rnu.t.s. ,mo r i iiu.i.. Tlie ntiplic ii li.it of ino llrtitly Itrllrf to tlii pnrt or rirtA u l.i nr llm jmlQ ur Uilikufiy vnA will Bli'oiil c.wj Bin! miiirort. Tweiiti ilr.ini In tiilf a tinoVr of w?tr wl!l In m Trxf rionii'lil- cim I'ltAMIM, M'ASMM. Si H II M'OMAI'I', llKAKTItri, HIl'K IIMAllAC IV., tilAliKIIKA. HVSl'.NTKIIY, ('ill. 10, VIM IN TIIK UJWKLS, u-.il all IN I'I'.UA'Al. I'Al.NK. Tni-i-N i hliniml Rh.av tarry a Killto of flni1wav4 lli'itdy H'lief villi thtm. A lnv ilroj in w atvr n li ti. v.nl hi.-km.. or rail. fn'Tii rliaiiuM- m' ivah-r. ll u .ti tl..ui Fro'icli Iliuituy cr llt(uruaii'liiiji!Utt. l'KVUn AM) AGI'i:. FFVFr, AMI AOl'R iMiri'il for li'.lv Xl"1"'' r..il a r.-iu' lial a'vi'l hi Oils wor!-l tl .it will rim- Frvi-r K al Atfiio. alut all olhrr .Mala. Imih. tllllour, Si-arlcl, Ti-. llM.i.l, l,ll,.w. ai.ll.ll.rr K.v,n.ca!..-. Iv V.A I W A V'S 1'll.l.S) wi ip.U't UAinVAVS KEAUV llliUlil'. my cu;s vr welt. ty liruu.;. HEALTH fBEAUTY ! ! PTttoMi ami ri'FR nu n hUMin-iNruEAsr: or h.fmi ami w i iun r -i i.r mi t-Kis ami LKAl' ill. 11 COMl'l.l-iXlll.N M.CL KliO TO ALL. DR. RAiDVVAV'S SARSAPARiLLIAN RESOLVENT li MAnr tiii: ItAIMIi AKK 't li K rllAMil nr.: i-iiiiY vsi; i irs i'Nisi:u tip: in- HA KS' K Or' 'UliS :i:int iM:, t i i a t Evory Dnv nn Tncronsn In Tlcsh end WcfrrLic la Scon end Felt. THE CRLAT BtOOO PUUIFien. r-orr i!rrp f.f FAU.-AI'Ai;n.!.lAN KK.miI.V- F.N T coiiiisiiiTilcnl.- 1 1.: uit.'h (he I I I. Hvit, I lino, ml ottur tiiiltU :thti t-Kct n i't tti. flfiu tln viirr of f-.r tt ronaliT ' ho wtis.li-.- !' thi- In t!v w ilii t:i- u' .1 S'n 1 t i;it'ri:i. f-LT 'l til.i, ( liiHt, 'nii-utujilloii, ( lliituhir ilt-c.v"f, ittiri in tin' Ti.rt-:it, M.-tHii, 1 itn orw, jNh1k in t c li'timln Rii.l oliuT ':ifn i lU HtKtiti, frvr.i y.ves, S:nimiiu lM'iOcit;-: a iVuii 1li K;ir. mi-l tM wurt f'.iiiiB tf S'.n lilvin Kiiipti.i-s, I'cv.r ..r-i, S.-iil llr.itl, liHiir vVi.ttn, t:K I iHM.in. Kry.-Ii'vl.-is, At tn-, 1.1;;. 'c !ii! uthh iH tin' Hi oh, TurtiDiK, ( :t,c.Tft In (l.i M oitih, iintl ult . -:iki.hitt !' I I :i:l'i:i !' '-)tttf! N'l t hwi-.ttis 1. 1'! if t !ii. mi I n'l w :i'Ur v l !.' lift () ' ! (,: 1 If, i.iv v ill-' en rati'. lnc-'i f ll.h m mh'iT ol SU trn l."lu''iittrv, ntnl i fvv ut w ill mut t ut.r ii' i.(( it f r :tlf-r i" iliuj f.iruis vf uitcJ ill j..,;t !it pnwrr lo cm tin in. If jintU 'it, ti:ii 'inl. ml'tr-P i W hm vr.lrt ll'iil ll"'-!'" Ji:t I "i llrt'tlHv l.rnTs.-ii ir. fct.C- cl'l!.t in :itrv.,ltiii: flu y.'-x inV'lil tiiiili. f;n:n l:i-al'Iiv b'cn-1 iUni (I il r iiiis t. t AKbAI'A'Ui.M A. wiH m-tl t Mfviur", Ni.l -i.lv ilu.-i li.j SahA!'mi ;.iaS I' ..vi.rf:'CT rT-f-1 n't kit c.i-ii ri-r,: It ;1 a; i,t it in--i.ii'c cf ( l Sri-.i' i- 1 (n,t iui:ia;a!, t'-l:u i: isn't: j ; tul U U He ..::,' IV i-ur t.tf Vrtnvv, ' -rt b t.ii-:-.-,i, ( . i I . t.V lo, lro KMl-imtrt' - r V:.i.t, 1 .t.-n.t 1. . : t f Vnm Uti.J.r.i lJi-.-i'W, A I itiii'i'iiur i.i, tv.A ii Ml nlu u- lin-U' rv brii'k- ti'.t.M tlci ufi' ur t !i w ntcr iliick. i liintv, itilsi'il v i.ii K it-Mata-fs !lrc tlio w hi!.- -if t'l i )-, 'if ttin-.itiit liKi- l.i;u mik .r llit-r.) In A medu I, tltcl;. I ill' Mh ttjiju'arvi.i", Hti I V Mti" lnni,--i!itt tlt--.".!l!s IH .I . Id ti tin,' I.- it j'i i' 1,1 lift, 1 'iri'l'.jr N-n v. U"i :i H!: V :ilT. iii'U i lia Ll U.c fcit -i': .if t t- H . r.n-t ;tl.i .; tlu i,ca., I'liv, Ji.oo, WOitflVT'' o Vf.uv.-u tivA Bt;ro l.cnic'r Tumor oi" 12 Yonr. fxrowlli Cures' ly liu'v. a) h noioiruJ. r-iivinv, M., July H, n''r,T -T 1-Vtt i v.ir tli V.m-r L;i t!. t-varUt N-nl Ail tl.a U ri Tt t.,1 -' li. ir W . 1H. 1 rl. f T it." I till ( ery ihn. l'i l -t r n it; l-'l l ll.ac bi t-H tur. I tmv v.titr li.- ilvrt.), i.n I lli 'i.tUl 1 imhiii'. try il : tint hml no fittttl lit It,' ln-ii r I '.ml miff-r,! i. r IH. !!-.- nr. I l.Mik ail l-Mtir of tho ).-v.1it, in. I or. Unf K"ilii g IM:, ml Imh 1. 1-tl- f v-ir ti v l-f'.'-r; a...! li" m- I n. l n i'( of tmn..r t l K.n . r uit, h. J I f I l.-ttr, niiNrl.-r. .i-J 1. . ut ll.ao I h.-v fiwAve j.-r.r. Tin w-r-l l r i hi 1. ft ti.lr- of il i'oiiii'ift fit: pn if. I write 11. li t- VoU lr U. U'tuSt cf ilU.ri. i -li'a U f y-u HANNAH T. KXAl'P. DR. RADWAY'S PERFECT PUSQATIVE FILLS, pfif.-itiv tr Jt-I'H, rl.-t.-aiillv cf.alfd ltli nwcl gtim. x.-a -t, Kir l!r.- oiir t.l tn-'MHH t nt tins M-tiiitUi( Iivcr, ltfT,viH, K 'lutv, l'i.itfcr, M-ivutH iJi.vmmfa, )!e uifto'.i-, ('..ii-!ij'.t!o:i. CuM I venous, Iinllitirii, ln -fo I U.iti aa-.-i, I'.iMimu vtr, Itifliiinnialldn tT t!i.' Ii..-. 1 I1..H.-U,.! :'! IliiJi:t'. ti.t-i.t.- flhc Intt-rnal Vit cm. W an.it. U'.t iii t iT'. I u '' ivi' . nro. pan lv Vit(a Lie, p'-n'HiuWc i.n 'K.-r-'in'V, i.tiia r ils, it lU'lfii-rioits lr'i, i-V O.-i-rvii tl:-j I'- .l!n .v;;i,t f HluluS t'bu;iiji;l floUl D'frlrt fif llir lli.'fiivc (r.m.a; Arl.tu l"oittii''l.n, Ihitv 1 i'i!i, KoHnti f.f t!t Pi'vvf In tn TT- J, r I hi t'i H.Trir.1 mi I P.p.',i!t Hrll. or Suff.HJii'ii v'i(Kti'ii wi lriitr t t'm I'it f tlit- M H'it-tll, Kwill.lliinit nf ll.fl (luftil, I , J- iuwiit i il..- ittwrt. rhi.iim an in t. hijr 1'ituro, IHu.n.i nf IfttUiui. Sinking ur ll;r II? I, Is-rV-.L'in'y i.f IVr-i-irnIii, V. il.u.i of tho M.in in J l.t, v.m .11 i lis SU1, Cbti, LiuiU, ami tuiitka 1'IuJim of J Int. tlurnhiy In tit- V tt-k'i. J( Vw 1ts.ru of RAI'WATS r!LT.SuHlfrothr. ti-ai fupimhl the nl'.'Vt-iia'iit-il illnn-ili. Vtitc, as cuuia i,.-rh'.x. Ful,! UY HKIMJiilSTS. PfCAU 'K.T..l-K AM' '1 KfK." PnJ one MteN dtamplu RAinvAY 4 CO.. No. 6i Mal.U-u l.atio, New i wri. luiuiiiaiiou villi UiuUMUiutt will li w-iit -uu. r,t, tirtr una 1 u 11 I'mn in PENNSYLVANIA CEN TRAL RAILROAD ON ANU AFTEH II P. 1. Sninlav May 1, lWTlf, Triiins arrive at nnl louvo the Union Ilt'pflt, corner of Waahinton and umtrty mrout, tw loiiows; AIUUVK. Mail Train, 1.:'.0 a m ; Fust Unci, 12.12 i m ; Well's lU'i-oininodiition No. 1, O.liO a in I'.rillton ari'oininotlatioii No 1, 7,'jO a 111 AVa41's uccoiiiiiioil;itiim No 2, N.5."a in ;Cin. ciiinati exiiress ti.'O a in ; .lolmslown ae coniinodalioii 10.M am; Uraddock'H ur- coniiuodiitioi) No 1, 7.110 p in ; l'ittshurli express 1.:D p m; l'licilio express 1.6U p m ; wall 8 aceoinmotlttuon AO ii, .,i.- p in I loinewiuiil aeeoininodation No 1,9.55 p m Wall's aeeoininodation No 4, 5.5(1 p in; ltrinton ai'i'oniinoilation No 2, 1.10 p in Way Fassenger 10.20 p in. UK PA KT. Koutliorn express 5.20 a m ; Paeific ex- iiress 2. Id a in ; Wall s aeroiiiiiioilutioii No , 6.30a in ; Mail Train S.K) a in ; ltrinton's aeeomniodution 1 ).20 a in; llraddoek's ac eoiiunodiitioii No 1, 5.10 p in; t'ineinnati express 12.115 p in; Wall's aeeoininodation N 2, 11.51 a ill ; Johnstown aeeoinnioilutioii 4.115 pm; I loincwood aeeoininodation No 1, o.nu p m; I'liilailelplna express J.;0p li Wall aeeoininodation Ni:).:j.05 in; all accommodation No 4, U.05 p in ; Fast Lino 7.40 p in ; Wall's No5, 11.00 n in. The liureli Trains leave Wall's Station evorv Sunday at U.05 a. in., roaehni)? Pitts liuruh at 10.05 a. in. ltetiirninir leave l'itts liuili at 12..50 p. in., and arrive at Wall's .Station at 2.10 . 111. I'iiieiiinati oxpruss leaves d iily. South cm express daily except Moinlay. All oth er 1 ruins daily, excejit numlav. For further inl'orinatioii aplvto W. 11. ISFA'KWITII, Acont. Tho Pennsylvania ltiiilroad Company w ill not assume any Iti.sk for Jlapigo ex cept for Wearing Apiuntl, and limit their rspoiisiiuiity to Due llunilreu liouai val ue. All IjaL'ir io exeeedin that a ount in value will lie at tho risk of tlie mer unless taken by special contract. A. J. C'ASSAl fioneral Superintendent, AHoons Pa WATCH FREE to ents to intro duce articles that ell in every house. Lata it :., Pittsburgh, l'a. u21t l1lliinTN o hi'v I'earl 8-4t JOB WORK DOJU5 AT TUB 'REPUBLICAN" OFFICE At the lowctt cath prices, neatly, prompt. 1J, and in ttyle equal to that of any other establishment in tht District. BUSINESS CARDS, SHOW CARDS, VISITING CARM, SCHOOL CARDS 'V WEDDING.CARD3, PROGRAMMES, INVITATIONS, BALL TICKETS, ADMISSION TICKETS, MOA'TSJIiY STATEMENTS, ENVELOPE BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, i NOTE HEADS, CIRCULARS, BLANKS, POSTER S DODGERS. HANDBILLS, LABEIS, SIIIPFIXG TAGS, Ac.