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TCESOU MORMNG, JILT 21, 1S71. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President U. S. GRANT, of Illinois. For Vice President HENRY WILSON, of Massachusetts. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET For Governor, JOHN F. IIARTRANFT, of Montgomery Co. For Judge of Supreme Covnti ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford Co. For Auditor-General, HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren Co. For Congressmen at Large, GEN. HARRY WHITE, of Indiana. GEN. LEMUEL TODD, of Cumberland. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Assembly, H. II. MAY. For Prothonotary, J. B. AGNEW. For Sheriff, T. J. VAN GIESEN. For Treasurer, FRED. GLASSNER. For Commissioner, JOHN THOMPSON. For Auditor, L. WARNER. For Surveyor S. D. IRWIN. The Clarion Democrat says that "at the first announcement of the nom ination of Greeley for President, a number of the Democrats of this vicinity expressed their disapproba tion. The majority however prompt ly accepted the result ; and now those who at first objected, almost without exception express their willingness to go for Greeley in November, if the Liberal Republicans aid us in electing Buckalew and Democratic Congress men in October." That's the idea. The Democrats will all vote for Greeley for President, if the "Liberal" Republicans will help them to elect Congressmen enough to make liim powerless, even if he should make an attempt to act honestly by those of the "Liberals" who conscien tiously vote for him. We think if the Greeley Republicans will look at the subject in this light, the Greeley vote will sensibly diminish. Swope Goes fob Lowry. This is the way II. Bucher Swope paid his re spects to Senator Lowry in his speech at Erie on Tuesday night : "Well, he's beeu iu office about ten years, and now he says he is in favor of the one term principle. A pretty advocate of the one term principle, ho is. And he fought corruption single handed and alone at Harrisburg. AVben he went into office he bought uu credit large amounts of real estate, on which he had payments and taxes to raise, and got 8800 a year. When he came out nine years afterward his real estate was all his own, all paid for, no back taxes to bother, and he had $100,000 in clear cash besides. Do you think I charge him with being corrupt? Not a bit of it. I hold him up an example of uncommon thrift and industry. Imitate his virtuous example and you'll all get rich out of $800 a year. He went to Cincin nati to help nominate a ticket because he wanted reform. Well, any sort of retorm will uo for him, tor be can t be made worse. A distressing accident occurred at the new dam at Steiner's mill, on Tuesday'of la3t week. A son of Mr. J. W. Hassan, of Newtown, about 15 years of age, who was employed in building the dam, was returning from work at noon when he full from a beam which he was walking, a few feet from the ground. He arose, as we are in formed, without thinking of serious injury and again mounted the beam, falling the second time, when it was discovered that bo bad ruptured a blood vessel, resulting in his death in eight hours. l'hilipsburg Journal. Yesterday afternoon a lad, about thirteen years of age, named Lee, while carelessly bundling a loaded pis tol on Water street, accidentally dis charged it, the ball entering one of his fingers. Dr. Jones amputated Jh ruoi, f-utuMay. V. It. DUSX The Stokes Trial. Tho interest in this trial culminated Monday morning, when the jury wns brought into Court and discharged, they having failed to agree. Stokes was remanded to the Tombs. All man ner of rumors were rife as to how ttie Jury stood. One report places it at nine for murder, one for manslaugh ter and two for acquittal ; another re port eight for acquittal, two for man slaughter and two for murder in the first degree. The following particulars of the proceedings of the Jury are given: On Saturday evening when they first retired to deliberate a ballot wns taken which resulted in seven for murder in the first degree, three for acquittal and two for manslaughter in the third de gree. Tho names of the seven for murder are Myer Ilomburger, Bennett Williams, N. M. Cornish, Byron Stone, John E. F. Bond, Peter E. Hopkins and M. A. Liflerts. The jurors for acquittal were Roderick Hogan, M. H. Thompson aud John Tucker, and the two for manslaughter iu tho third degree were Theodore Flamnte and Henry C. Whittle. This state of af fairs remained until the jury came in to court and got Colonel risk's clothes. They were tried on one of tho jurors and they arrived at the conclusion that Fisk had both arms enveloped in his military cape at the time Stokes fired, and consequently that the charge of Fisk's drawing a pistol was a humbug. This influenced the three for acquittal to veer around for manslaughter in the third degree. Tho medical testimony was thrown out altogether, all believ ing the wound mortal from the first, and the question of insanity was bare ly referred to. There was a long dis cussion as to premeditation, and the jurors were of the opinion that Stokes never went to the Urancl Central Ho tel, with a premeditated design of meeting and killing Fisk. The seven jurors who were for murder believed that when btokes met iisk on the stairs in a moment he formed in his mind the design of killing Fisk, and that this second wns sufficient time for Fircmeditation. The five jurors stout V maintained that Stokes pulled the pistol in the heat of passion, being scared to frenzy by tho sight of Fisk, and that his crime was only man slaughter in the third degree. The de bate on this point became quite excit ed, and some hursh words were used on both sides. Time and again a pull was taken but all to no purpose. Firm to their opinions they all remained and at last fell asleep, but woke up in the same state of mind. Finally they gave up dispute, seeing there was no hope of altering their opinions. It is the opinion of several jurors that if they were allowed to bring in a verdict of guilty in the second degree or man slaughter iu one of its higher degrees, they would have arrived at a verdict, but this was not allowed as the Judge charged them they should either fiud a verdict of murder in the first degree or manslaughter in the third degree or acquittal. An application for bail will be made in a lew days. The following items are from the Venango Spectator: On Tuesday night, about 11 o'clock, a caboose car, tender and locomotive, fell through the trestle work nt Rock land station, A. V. R. R., killing Pat rick Moirisey, brnkenian, and badly injuring Patsey Horn, fireman, of this city, in the back. Mr. Monisey was riding in the engine, and was caught iu the wreck, where he was held as in a vice while the escaping steam from the locomotive boiler scalded bun to almost an entire blister. He died in about an hour. The train consisted of only the locomotive, tender and caboose, and was on its way to Pitts burgh to bring another train up. J here were five persons aboard, but all es caped with a few scratches, except Morrisey and Horn. The locomotive was almost across the trestle when the caboose and tender suddenly sunk down and carried everything with them. A passenger traiu had safely jassed over the same trestle a few lours before, and the night down truin was due nt Ruckland in about twenty minutes after the accident. It in u miracle that some of the crowded pas senger trains did not go through the trestle. The giving away of the work is attributed to the heavy rains on Mondiiy and Tuesday. Charles Calahan, of Brady's Bend, was killed on Monday night lust at Scrubgrass, by the train on tho A. V, railroad going south. The unfortunate roan had come to Scrubgrass on a visit and during the evening had drank considerable. It is supposed he laid down upon the track aud fell asleep. The traiu passed over his body from the thighs to the head, horribly man cling that portion of his person. His mangled remains were not discovered until about an hour after his death. Coroner Larue held an inquest and the jury reudered a verdict of acci dental death, attaching no blame to the railroad officials. Mr. Culahau was an unmarried man aud about CO years old. We clip the following items from the Warren Lethier : Mr. Anthony Connarrow had a fine horse drowned on Monday ot last week. 1 he boy who drove it into the water came near being drowued, but was res cued. Mr. Michael Byer, of Glade town ship, died on Friday lust, from the effects of sunstroke. Mr. Byer was about G2 years of age aud came to Warren 33 years ago from France, Mr. Joseph Peclor drove from Irvington to Warren in 28 minutes on Tuesday evening last. This is what we call fust driving. The distance that he drove is about 7 miles.. The Butler Citizen snys: Tho far mers of our county are in the midst of an excellent harvest. Tho wheat and rye aro a reasonable crop, oats very heavy, corn looks very fine, grass twice ns good as last year, potatoes good, Bnd a largo buckwheat crop sown. If tho weather is fnvorablo a fine harvest will soon be gathered. A Daughter of Mr. Burchfield near Hcllen, this county, was drowned on Sunday, June 29ih. Sho with some other children were in bathing, a sister of hers got out in the water where it was too deep and came near drowning, when she caught and brought her safe to shore, and she slipped back into tho water and before assistance could reach she went under tin wnter and was brought up lifeless. Elk Democrat. Peter Fry, a notorious horse thief, belonging to an organized band be tween Virginia and Pennsylvania, and who is suspected of stealing a horse from Simon Bitner, of Shippcnburg, last fall, and also of burning Mr. Bitner's barn a few days ngo, wns caught by the police at Martinsburg, Virginia on the 11th, inst., but suc ceeding in making his escape. He is described as heiug about five feet nine inches in height, dark hair and eyes, large white front teeth, with one tooth out of his upper jaw. He had on, when last seen, a dark cont, light striped pants, and slouch hat. Our exchanges will confer a favor by giv ing a description of the villain, that he may be brought to justice. Harris burg Patriot. Xew Advertisement. icgls4ers Sfoticel NOTICE la hereby ft! von that Ikimo C. irills, guardian of Florence V. Sig irins, one of the children and heirs of William nnd Jano SipRina, Into of Har mony Township, deceased has tiled his linnl account in the liejrister's Office, in and for Forest County, and that the same will be presented to the Orphans Court for eon format ion and allowance on the 4th Monday of September next. HMt J. 11. AO NEW, Register. SHERIFF'S SALES. BY VIKTOR of sundry writs of Venrli. Exponas Fi. Fa., Alias Fi. Fa. and tes tatnti Von. Ex. issued out of the Court ol Common Pleas of Forest county, and to me directed, there will be exposed to salo by public, vendue or outcry at the Court House in the Borough of Tionesta on MONDAY, AUO. 12TH, A. P. 1S72, at 12 o'clock M., the following described real estate, towit : William Warwick now for use of A. W. Harry vs. Tho Manner Oil Company. No. 2l June Term, 17:!. 11. fc S. All tho right title and interest of defendants of, in and to the following described real estate, to- wit: All that eerUun piece or parcel of innu situate in nonesia lownsnip, f orest County, Pa., bounded on the south by lands of Hunter, on tho eastbvtho Al legheny river, on the north by land for merly owned by McCalmonts, and on tho west by land of tho Urooklyn Oil Co. Con taining 200 acres, moro or less. Taken in execution nnd to be sold as the property ol The Banner Oil Company, at the suit of uiuuii ni nu-fc, lor use, txu. ALSO, W. A. Holleitbeck vs. C. S. Richardson, von. ex. C. 1). No. 07 Sept. Term, 1871, H. it- H. All that certain tract of land situate in Harmony township, formerly Tionesta township, county of Forest and State of Pennsylvania, and bounded and described as follows : lieginning at a black Oak cor ner the south cast corner of Isaiah .lonos' corner, thence west along said Jones' line to tho highest point or top of the hill to a corner, thence, south to a point on the Routh lineof the Itonj. Cleland tract thence east along said line to the bank of the Al legheny river, thence up said river, the dill'erent courses thereof to the placo ol bo- ginning. Containing fifty acres, more or less, reserving to himself, the party of the first purt, three acres on the north west corner of said tract at railroad, running iiience west torty rods along western line, thence northerly thirteen rods to a post, thenco easterly forty rods to said road line thenco down said railroad to the place of beginning. Taken in execution and to be sold as the property of C. Si. Richardson, at uiasuit oi y . a. iionenuecK. ALSO, Second National Rank of Cleveland. Ohio vs. II. W. Scott and W. J. McCulla, co-partners in business as H. W. Seolt & Co., Veil. Ex. C. D. No. 44, Sept. T. 1871. S. C. T. l'odd. All defendant's right, title, interest and claim, of ill and to all that certain piece or parcel of land Hituate iu jiarmony township, Korest eovnty, Pa., (formerly Venango) bounded and describ ed aa follows, to-wit: Commencing at a pin oak on tho west sido of tho Preacher Road.(so-ealled), on tho north lino of lands of Jlulnbridge Cleland, thenco along said Preacher road north lilteen degrees east fifty perches to a post, thence north seven teen and one-half degrees west til'lv-iiim-perches toapost, thence I ' lands of Charles Faiiiindas north eighly-nino and one-half decrees west seventy-eight pen-lies to a post, thence by lands" of Lewis Loveless, south one and one-half degrees west one hundred and twenty-six perci es to a post, thenco by land of Uuinbridge Cleland eighty-eight and one-hall' degrees east one hundred and twenty-nine perches to the placo of beginning. Containing eighty-one acres and seventy-eight perches strict measure, being part of samo land deeded from Alexander McCalinont to Willium Smith by deed dated Oct. 27, and recorded in Venango County Nov. 7, 1804. Also four oil wells thereon located, thirteen small frame dwelling houses, and one two-story building known as the "Scott Houso" theroon erected. Taken in execution and to be sold as tho property of H. W. Scott it Co., at the suit of the Second .lauuuiu xauK oi Cleveland. ALSO, J. S. Hood vs. Gurden S. Rerry and J, O. lialo. Alius Fi. Fa. C. I. No. 4, Feb. Term, 171. All that certain piece or par cel of laud situato in Thinest l(.,r,..,..i. Forest county. I'a.. boo i.li'.l ftti , In. in if l by land of 1. ii. Sickles, on the west bvtlie Allegheny river, on the south by lands of 11. O. Davis, and on the east lv l.....lu i- James Dawson deceased, t'ontuining one fourth of an aero moro or less, wilh one fiainn dwelling house, about 21x30 feet two stories high, anil out-building thereon erected. Taken in execution und to be sold as the properly of Ourdeu S. Rurry at the suit of J. S. Hood. Terms cash. E. I,. RAA IS, Sheriff. Tionesta, Pa., July :23d, 1872. THE BOOT AUD SHOE STORE. TF YOU WANT a perfect lit and a good 1 articlo of Boots and Shoes, of tho linvst workmanship, goto ii. ii. MfC'.ixcir.s, 3D CENTRE STREET, OIL CITY, PA. ?ir Satisfaction, guaranteed, 2-33 tf. Wrr, Fellers, IICENPKO AUCTlnNIF.H, will attend J to nil business in that lino promptly. at reasonable- rale-.. Address WM. FELLERS. Newman ville. fl-Hni. Clarion Co. Pn. NOTICE. WI I E It E AS, letters of administration to to the Estate of Michael Henry, late of the borough of Tionesta, Pn,, deceased. nave iiccn granted to tho mihscribers, all persona Indebted to tho said estate aro re quested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against tho rstato of tho said decedent will make known tho same without delay, to JOH N "WALTERS, Administrators. May , 1872. tt-Ot. Tionesta, Ta. Dissolution Notice. TVOTICE is hereby given that tho firm I' of Klinordlinger it Co., Isthis day dis solved bv mutual consent. All moneys duo tho firm will be paid loOeo. W. llo vard A Co., successors of Klinordlinger iC Co., nnd all claims against the linn w ill bo paid by them. N. K 1. 1 A ORDLTNOER, tiEO. W. ltOVAHl). Tionesta, Juno 1st, 1872. READ ! READ ' The subscribers having ro-rcnted the i u vim; ;iiist mills. Would say to their old customers, and the communitv generally, that they keep constantly on band a lai'uo stock of FAMILY FLOUR of all grades, Chop Feed, Shorts, Bran, Oats nnd Corn. With our facilities for do ing business; we puruosj not to bo under. Hold by any establishment in this section of tho country, and would say to tho lum bermen and dealers of Forest county, that they cau be SUITLIED CHEAPER and more promptly than from any other I'vimi. iiiiiiiuuimi, iiiieiiuou given lo un ordei s from a distance, E. JONES A CO. IF YOU WANT ft GOOD SCHOOL FOR YOUR BOY, Where ho will bo well taught, well fed and well cared lor, amid happy surroundings, send him to C1IAMBERSBURG ACADEMY, J. II. SI1UMAKER, Ph. I)., Principal, 15-4t Cliambcrsburg, Pa. LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE FOR ROTH SEXES. Separato buildidgs. Fall term begins Aug. It'th, Fort atalogne add less the President T ir i i i i.vi. . w - ... j. ii. ii.-v.iniu.M, t. oi., .T.nnvuio, ra. 15-lt. COTTAGE SEMINARY, FOR YOUNti LADIES. 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T jo following ore "soloctod from thous ands of testimonials of similar character, ns expressing tho reasons for the prefer ence of the GrovorA Baker Machines over all others. "Hike tho Orover Raker Ma chine, In the tirst place, becauso if I had any otlx-r, I should still want n G rover t Raker; nnd having a Grover it Raker it nnswors tho purpose of all tho rest. It does a greater variety of work and iseasier to iearn than any other," Mrs. J. C. Cro ly (Jonny Juno) "I have had several years' expe rience with a Grover it Baker Machine, which has given mo great satisfaction. I think tho Grover t Raker Machine is more easily managed, and less liable to get out of order. I prefer the Grover it Baker do cidedlv." Mrs. Dr. Watts, Now York. "I have had one in my family for somo two years; nnd f.iom" w'hat I know of its workings, and from tho testimony of many of my friends who use tho s.-iiiio, I can hardly see how anythingcould bo more complete or givo better satisfaction." Mrs. Gen. Grant. "I believe It to bo tho best, nil things considered.ofany that I have known It is very simplo and easily learned; the sewing from the ordinary spools is a great advantage; tho stitch is entirely reliable; it does ornamental work beautifully ; it is not liable to get out of order. Mrs. A. M Spooner, 30 Bond St. Brooklyn. "I am acquainted with tho work of tho principal machines, and I prefer tho Grover it Baker to them nil, because I con sider the stitch moro elastic. I have work in tho house w hich was dono nino years ngo which is still good." Mrs, Dr. Mo C ready, No. 43 Fast iid street, N. Y. "Moro than two-thirds of oil tho Bowingdono in my family for the last two years has been dono by Grover it Baker's Machine, and 1 never had a garment rip or need mending, except those rents which frolicsome boys will make in whole cloth. It is, in my opinion, by far the most valu able of any I liavo tried." Mrs. Henry Ward Beechor. "The Grover & Baker Sewing Ma chine has rendered in every respect, the most perfect satisfaction. It combines so many advantages with beauty of execu tion and economy in prico Unit it is a ne ensity in every household." Mrs. Gover nor Geary, Ilarrisbnrg, Pa. "I have had tho Grover it Baker Ma chine for ten or twelve years in constant use in my house. I have seen and known' every kind of Family sowinir, both per sonal and household, accomplished up tho Grover it Baker Machino, to tlio mill, satisfaction of all concerned, Rev. Stephen H. Tyng. "I find tho Grover A Rakor Stitch will wcaraslongas the garments do outwear tho garment in fact. The stitch-will not break on bias seams, when stretched, as others do ; and neither docs it draw tho work." Mrs. Dr. Whiting, 4 East twenty-fourth street, N. Y. The Grover and Raker Sewing Machino Company manufacturo both the Elastio and Lock Stitch Machines, and oiler tho public a choice of the best machines of both kinds, at their establishments in ull tho large cities, and through agencies In nearly all towns throughout the country. Price lists and samples of sowing in both stitches furnished on application to T. J. VAX GIESEN, Agent, Tionosta, l'a. Xvw Hoarding lIout. MHS. S. 8, HULINGS has built a largo addition to her house, and is now pre pared to accommodate u number ol ierma- nent boarders, and all transient ones who may favor her with their patronage. A good stable has reoentlv been built to ac commodate tiie hot bus of guests. Charges reasonable. Residence on Elm St., oppo sile S. llasM's More. 1'5-ly Pi TWh FC 1 N Hit TtAJ . n l . i ' i C.in. VilV. Wiilo-T lt- In frctn Ore t w-r.r.ty Wltiutca. CI L HOUR : ' i ; ! I' i ii r i.v. v.vt- t;':v j . a n:t: tnt r. i ky r,r, I- p Tno Only inio 1?(uhm1v -i t rid' i tip t,M m i . . 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Tt. r.T it ! -! vt h nt (i.-sirnu Tiiinr in lli-'n nrt tr1 AM l f-.,r. I.I ' ili. t. wu. ii-Ktl-i r-r it.- I lit. 4 tv rv llil'j( lnl WW ii" v.-n'-ii. A i t'U ftlli'i-B hi I uif. I .i ir '(- !. ili-..i. -'.t I " il.i irv Ii ; I., i IimI i,. Kh'j !i II. I in.t ...nV.H.1 f r iwrl-.-i t m t. I t....k kii U-llI.t rf ii, K . -.t. . U ,f loilnti . PU.v, .. It. t- H- ..I '.rr IJ.lv H.-lf; r.".l iVt ti in t it rf Uini.r In l. re r f-!t, su l 1 f -livt, n.int.r, hi . I ti in ll.n I hi f.rt:l. L-tM. 'I u MrU Im.-.r n u in Idr 1 tl id rf tli lwl .n-'r i'i r'-i'i. I niu tl.U to jou li t ilu tutct-l I c;tii. Ljivii aUii!i il it ti.u i lit. . ki .nna:i r. knapp. DR. RADVAY'S FFSCT FJ32QATIVE FILLS, p":f ot'v t-t-I a, i'i'jiiit!v tffciliil l:h bwin-i rtinu ,'Hrk". f -iril.lv. ,'iir!r-, (-.'tt-f, un 1 f nj-ctl:. i.. Itnl v:iv Tii:. t-it tn- i nr.- i l rli tliMirU-!N r tin- Mi.in:iili, l.'-.'ir, HiA'i-it, Kulf"', Jiltii.i.-r, Nt-ivnu DlM-nm-n, M-'iI iHic, r..:.-ll..:illt..i. 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I'w. b l li 1'U.t, Uii.U,La inlJva flu.!iw of M- '. bn-.lrin S Flffli. it rt f KADWAm rTT.T.S !H fW tl.f nvn- t.... f"i :T I Hit! Jii.iiVi-t -it' i-il 'i-t-Urn. l'nt', 3i i-tiiil l-rt.". S M.li HY M(I li-il -T., HEAD " PWT.M'". AM , !K." R, rnr Vtt,T. rlanipiu RAUWAY A CO.. N. K? tfutit.-u l-ane. New iork. liiionuolioa Worth tluiUMtiiJ Wi4 bosa uu. RIFLltS, shotguns revolvs. (.un niittciinls of evf-ry klml. Writo Tor Price List, tolJrcat Western linn Works, l'itt.shurL'li, I'a. Army kuiis unil Itovol vers bouglitor traded ior. Agents wniitod. l-4t ARFWTQ wr.nted for "Tho Uriitlit Slile nuLI' 10 of Now York," ii I.ihrnry of Inforiiintion pertaining to its Inslitiitions mill Oliloets of Intorest. Itv n -iiv Miu. sioiiiii-y, aKI Knjiravinirs. Aironts'iioll 40 a liny. Just issued. K. JI.TKISA T, riih lislter, 80o liroiulwny, N. Y. W-H WANTKO AHKNTH per luv) to Bell tho eelelirated lit I.M 14 Nil UT TLK KKWINtJ MAt'HINi:. lias the un-der-feod, ttiiikes tho"loek. stiteh." alike on both sides, and fully lieensed. The best and eheapost family Kewiiifr Mai-hino in the market. Address Johnson, C'lnrk fit Co., lSoston, Mass., Pittsburgh, l'a., t'liiea-2f24-ga, 111., oriSt. Louis, Mo. ERIE & PITTSBURGH R. R On and afler Monday, Nov. IS, lRGO trains will run on this road as follow: LEAVE ERI E SOUTH WAKD. 11:35 A. M. ACCOM mopatiov Leaves Neweastle at 7:05 and arrives at Pittsburgh 10:110 a. in. 10:25 A. M.. riTTSIlunoti kx.. stons nt nil stations, and arrives at A. A tl. W. 11. H. imnslcr al l:"(i p. ni., at Neweustlo at 3:15 p. in., and at i'ittsbui'Kli al 6:00 p. in. . 6:05 A. M., apcommooation, fi oin Janios town, ai-rivos at A. A O. W. It. H.TraiiHler at f: 10 iu in., at Newcnstlo at 7:05 a. in., mid Pillul.l..rl. ... 111. .Ill a ... 5:00 p. m.. Mixed Traill leaves Erie for Hliaron, stopping at all iiitoriuudiule points and arriving at 10:15 a. in. LEAVE PITTSllUKGH-NOnTWAItD. 7:15 A. M.. miin kximiksh. leaves New eastle at 10:00 a. in., A.iS U. W. It. H. Trans- ler at ll:-0 a. in., and arrives at I-.ne at I'iW p. in., ninkinii close eonnoetion for liulla lo and N'lUL'ura Fall". 8:35 P. M. accommodation, !eav2 New eastle at 6::i0 p. m , A. .t (!. W. lt. lt. Transfer ut 7:A5 p. in., and Jamestown at 8:.10 a. in., eonnei ts with mixed trains thut arrives iu Erie at 1:55 a. m. ti::!0 i'. M., Mixed Train leave Sharon for Erie, and arriviiiit at Uirard at lLi:J0 a. in. and Erie at 0:55 a. in. Trains connect at liochester with train for Wheeling and all points in West Virginia, and at Pittslmrnh connections for Philadel phia, llarrisburh, liultimore and Wash inton via Pennsylvania Central Kailroad. Erio KxprosH North, connects at (iirard with Cleveland and Erie trains Westward for Cleveland, Chicago, and all points in the West; at Erie with Philadelphia A Erie Kallroud for Corry, Wiu-rcn, Irviiifftoii, Tidiouto, Ae anil with llullalo it Krie Haiiroad for'lluttalo, Dunkirk, Niagaia l'alls und Now York City. E.N. FINN KY, tieneral Sup't XOTICK. N. 1IOEAUU. of Tidiouto. lias D n. j, luturiiKd to his practice alter an ub- Hence of four month, snout iu the llo. ui- talsofNew Yolk, whore will uttund calls iuhis profession. Ollice iu lOnr.-ka l)rii(t Storo, 3d door ibove the bm;k, TiiUouto, l'a. ii tf JOB WORK DOXM AT TIIK 'REPUBLICAN" OFFICE At Vie lowest cash price.; neatly, prompt, ly, and in ttyle equal t, of any other establishment in the Dio.riH. BUSINESS CARDS, mow CARDS, VISITING CARL, SCHOOL CA3.DS W'EDDING.CARDS, PROGRAMMES, INVITATIONS, BALL TICKET, ADMISSION TICKETS, NOXTII L Y STATEJI KXTft; ENVELOPES PILL HEADS,. 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