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She civf?i quitting, XV. K. IUWN l-'OITiUi. V E DN ES D A Y M II U.N li. SETT. 18. UU. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President U. S. GRANT, of Illinois. For Vice President HENRY WILSON, of Massachusetts. SENATORIAL. V.'e pnbii.'-li the. following coi.umini ration fr.uu t!ie Jrjfh-timinn to show mir renders that nil is not lovely in the Democratic ciunp as rc-aiils the Senatorship, and we have no doubt but the next State Scnutor from this Dis trict will be a Republican. Mr. Mc Clny, the Republican candidate is well spoken of and would undoubtedly ri p- resent the interests of this district as well ns any other man in it: Editor Brookville Jcffereonian : In your issue of the 2th ult, I find card from R. B. Brown, of Clarion, Tho Bargain. ' Evidences of tho hnrpiiin between Orerh y and the Drtnot rnl continue to niTiinuilnte. At the Democratic Stale Convention at Hyrncusr, Now York, last week, S. J. Tihlen, Chair man of tho Democratic Slate. Com mitre, in a do' a speech, aud iu order to install iuto his followers greater faith in the genuineness of Greeley's con version, he announced that he knew all about tho plans to nominate (tree lev at Cincinnati, and that heCTilden") was consulted about the make-up of tho ticket long before the Convention was held, lie said bo advised as to its formation. Therefore ho signifi cantly recommended all Democrats which as a specimen of incoherent to support Greeley. egotism is worthy of a gilded frame fnr its preservation as a warning to REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET ttlrM SftoSrShich blinds us to facts and leads him Irom seeing things as they really are. Burns wisely wrote: "O wad somo pow'r the piftie pie us To see ourscls as others see tin I It wad fras monio a blunder free us, An foolish notoin I' But it is not with this characteristic of Mr. Brown s card that I wish to ileal. For Governor, JOHN F. HARTRANFT, of Montgomery Co. For Judge of Supreme Couit, ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford Co. For Auditor-General, HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren Co. For Congressmen at Large, HON. GLENNI W. SCOFIELD, of Warren. GEN.1CHALES ALLBRIGHT, of Carbon.. GEN. LEMUEL TODD, of Cumberland. REPUBLICAN. COUNTY TICKET. For Congress, CARLTON B. CURTIS, of Erie. For State Senator DAVID McCLAY, of Clarion County. Constitutional Delegates JAS. E. BROWN, of Armstrong, GEO. W. ANDREWS, of Jefferson. For Assembly, II. II. MAY. For Prolhonotary, 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. GRAND REPUBLICAN RALLY! Tionesla, Sept. 24th, at the Here is an admission of the conspir acy precisely as charged by tho Ring bamton Republican. It will be remem bered that the name of Mr. Tilden was mentioned as one of the parties on the Democratic side to this nego tiation to "raft over" Mr. Greeley iuto the Democratic camp. It begins to be evident why the Iribune and Mr. Greclev never directlv dcuied the truth of the Binchampton accusations And this man all time was claiming to be a Republican, and still does so claim. And thev call him "Honest." B EAV Kit Collego .and Musical Institute Opens lis Ii'l Session September 10, 1072. Location aivcssiMe. I n- il I h I ond beau tiful. Uomns choi'ttul ami comlorlalilo. School homelike. Instruction thorough nml earnest. Twenty boys received. Into Seminary Hall on moderate term. Send lor rntalotrno to 20 Ot Kov, It. T. TAY LOU, President. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF PENNSYLVANIA. oiut resolution pro to th t'oiiMtihitii'i Ilr if r.i" osine- Mi mui'mlnicut of PcnnsvlYiitiia, J nva nut PROCLAMATION. Whkreas, The Honorable W. V. Jcnks, President .In it ire of the Court of Com- inoii rtcaa and Quarter Sessions tn and for the countv of Forest, haw issued his pre cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas tjnarter spwiihih, vc, at. 1 roiicsui, ior tlio t'ountvof Forest, to commence cn the fourth Monday or Sept. next, being the 27th day of Sept., 1S72. Notice is therefore lliven to tho Coroner, Justieosuf the Peace and Constables of sid county, that they ho then and there In their proper persons at ten o'clock, A. M., of said day, with their record, inquisitions examinations and other remembrances, to do thoso things wlilfh to their olllec annertain to be done. andtothoso who iKitind in recogniwuioo to prosoenteagainst tho prisoners that are or Hliall he in the tail of Forest Connt.v.that thev be then and thereto prosecute against them as shall lo Just, lilvou muter my hand and seal this 28th day of Aug., A. 1), 1S72. E. L. DA IS, isu li. t ! Ihr Srrntc omi on if ..oi'e.wer.'.'iei .1 f t'.t' ')nnomrri((fi if J't Hit.ifli 'ti'M iu l.Vm -nil .Lim mt.lt) mi l, That the Billowing amendment of the Con stitution of this 'Commonwealth be pro posed to the people for fhhelr adoption or rejection, pursuant to tho provisions of the tenth article thereof, to-witi AMENDMENT! Strike out the sixth section of tho sixth article of the Constitution, anil Insert In lieu thereot'thc following: "A State Treas urer Khali be chosen by tho qualified elec tor of the State, at sueli tunes and tor stiru term of service as shall bo prescribed by law," WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Sneaker of the House ol lti'picsentutlvcs. l i if l.'O u DlTlVt V l pi i i.i o, i M i ii , Speaker of the Senate. Ar-enovi-n Tlio twent v-second day ot March, Anno Domini one) thousand eight hundred and seventy-two. JOHN W.UEAKV, rrenared and certltleated for publication pursuant to tho Tenth Article of the Con stitution. FHANC1HJOUDAN, Seeretarv of the Conimonwcallli, Ofllco Seerotary of the Conunonwcalth, Harrisburg, Juno 2Mh, in, a. I would speak rather of his amtmp twn ami ot ins exreeaingty oaa tone. .... . , . BI,TWay. Lei Mr. Brown introduces my name in- ... , , oli! -- . - . . ua imio n hivvivu; . - to Ills caroi BS llUVlug jiroiuircu iu mm the support of the Democracy of Arm stronir countv. in mv remarks before the Conference at Brookville. This I 1 definitions of "houesty," "truth,' "honor" and other such words are be coming obsolete. So of party names J ami nrincinles. Republicanism ami stating the elTecU of ray remarks is as foun(,ed yhoigwho, and what is unfair as it is deceptive. I promised . , ... f them ,8 auyone or no man me support, oi uio uc"jr. puervl.nilv? Derrick. 1 A..n. T ti.t'd iioirnr elaimerl I J J . Ill 111 id vuuu.y. A. ' V. uw.v.. and do not assume to have, the control of the Democracy. They are inde pendent, thinking men, and act lor themselves. I claim no dictatorship over them. I did promise to pive my THE BETTER PART OF VALOR. Mr. Sumner has not found it con venient to remain in the country and individual support to the nominee of participate iu the conflict he so valiant the Conference then and there as3em I bled at Brookville. That Conference waa dUtolved and never made any nomination whatever. Mr. lrown may have received the vote of a ra7- weiit or that Uonterence, alter Arm Jy provoked. He has gone to Europe, and will not return before the opening of Congress; will not be hero to vote for the ticket he has attempted to lead others to vote for; will not be here to onnose Grant utter spendiug three strong with 10,000 vote3 was driven years in getting up false charges against out. llow far lam obligated to support him; will not even mane mi Mr. Brown, and submit to all sorts of to carry Massachusetts for the Liberal trickery in so doing is a matter wholly cause, after having led Greeley and for my own determination, his assura- the rest to believe that his influence J .. ... j: .iji.- ,1 1 Thin tions on the suojeci uoiwuusianuiun. i mere couia ue nc ieuueu upuu. . . i 'J.1. i i:i .? . r . 1. t. .A a- Again, Mr. isrown assumes to aecwe t is a nne exenipnncaiiou oi mo nif the whole question of the right of the ter and public services of the man. Armstrong Conterees to witnaraw irom ah the nara ngniing in eiecnous nw ho rnnfereneft. Ilia lan?uai?e is otfen- to be done bv others, while he strutted sive and wanting in correctness, aud about vain-gloriously, jackdaw-like, as well for his own as Jor trutu s sate, m borrowed pinnies. v4ioiuei hhuib Bhnolrl not have been written. ters. eovernors and the most illustri The. Conference of Armstrong coun- ous statesmen ot the Kcpublican party ty had the right to withdraw from have never shrunk from the severe that Conference ; mucn more, it was ana aruuous lauors oi mo toiupiguo. their duty so to act, siuce it was vi- But bumner has always piayeu me . . . . t . 1 m r . fcT ...I ; dent to all, that by prior manipulations part oi a juiss nancy, wuwg uc"" of Township meetings and County nerves would not permit of such excr- Convcntions, by one man whose name tion. is well known, the real voice ottue tj,;9 lg tiie man who has district waa silenced and tho claims of cudgelled bis brains for three years two-thirds of the Democracy of the pR8t t0 ru;n the character and blast district were discourteously iguored ; the fame of the greatest soldier of the and the onlv possible result to follow u,,n,,lilie. the hero of more victories a prolonged and fruitless session of j tuan any 0ther commander of the civil the Conference, or the nomination of .- The RuflWinps and trials of four U. B. Brown a result deprecated by years u the most terrible of wars pass every one, and regarded only as the for nothing when compared with the harbinger oi political disaster aou defeat. The Conferees of Armstrong county hesitated to become the clnet mourners at such a funeral, and hence withdrew. Their action is sustained by the Democracy ot the connty. Mr. Brown adverts lustily to rail road rinirs. monopolies, &c. These Trial List for Sept. Term 1872. Evallne Coon ct al heirs Cc. of William Armstrong deceased vs. . o. tin. Charles Leeper vs. Warren A Franklin It. K. Co. . , H. H. May vs. James T. Whisner etal. II. H. Mav vs. John Miller etal. Adda Hunter vs. O. tJilmnn. Koval F Si-ottvs. Hobert . Carson. 11 ii Hi, lr v. Seidell Whitman. Hello l'aul vs. Alexander MoAndrewet al. Hetlo l'aul vs. Alexander MoAiutrew evai. James 1'nrshall vs. Oaniel Clnik. James rarwlm.l vs. Paniol Clark, vviiiin,,. It lAwrinvs. Andrew Cook. .liime K. llrown va. Ik-nnett Uobbs et al. William Armstrong et al for use of James W. Hut hrio vs. T 10 Townstiinoi iiarnen. F. H. Kllaworth Sophia M. F.llsworth to the use of Sophia M. Kllswortu vs. John 11. Dilksetnl. tniiies Marshall et al vs. John TVterson liirsliall et hI vh. John l'etorson Martin Nestle vs. K. I.. Uuvis late tsnerni of Forest County. (irnpn for use vn. K. Pnvls. Daniel Hlaek vs. The OverHot-rsof the Poor of Tionestu Itorough. I l,.v.l .& I e wis vs. David llavsetal. Kvkline Coon et al vs. John 0. llrundon et Marv A. Clelandby her husband Calvin Clcland vs. John I leiituirgn r. J. 11. AUNEW, l'roth'y, Aug. 12, 1S72. PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACADEMY. At Chester, Delawaio County, ra. (l'or Kesdent Ca.letaonl V.) The eleventh sn- nual session commenees Wednesday MiMit. 4. Thorough lnstrueilon in Clvi i . . . . . . ii I I Kng'neertng, me i.iaiiii'iiiHiii'iii bum in.i urnl Seienis. The Classics and English Iu Ininnited bv West Point graduates and other competent professor. Circular may be obtained of Col. Theo. Hyatt, t- r ) lV L Ui n AD WAY'S READY RELIEF tints ide iitsr t" tis In from One to Twenty Minutes. NOT ONfc HUUW nr rtifii-e uv " ' of;"; "I f.iv I' ' ' i' I .w.i. ltADWAY'9 1U,AI'Y I! I I I W li A CVUE FOB. n r i.i i n i ... tl 1 Mi" lit I .uid U riiei Onty lnln llemeily tlwt mmiiiilT mop, on m" 'i" r'"N 'l'!n innnramMlo.i, and eiirM l'on(rlloii whMhrr of tin ,un, Sionnch, BowU, or Mb 1ihU orfvu, by iui i)pMcllnn. utwnna tin niittur how Tlnlrnt nr cianslatliw pln th UHKtlMATKl, Bnl rlildrn, lullrm, l'rlplnt, Nmtovm, gullo, ot prilrll wild ittrmm mar aufftr. RADWAY'3 READY RELIEF .vti Airmail IKSTANT KASK. INFLAMMATION OK . THK Kll.NKVS INFLAMMATtOOTHKW.WKLS. 80UK THROAT,;;! KK.- l-1.T IJA ART HySTEIlICS, CBOUl'. "'irUHlNFUJENA. HEADACHE". TOOTU AOHK, R,IBCMATI8M. C;?.,r"J!K SL' VrXAilrnrt .o V rr. or pari m Uio iln or uuUcultr .iiai wlU altonl aaaa Twei'itr Atotii In V'f a liimtiW of waif? will rn ft fw Tnnmnil. euro OltAMIH, M'AsMS, SOU II B I OM Aril. llKAIU'liritN. SII'K llKMiAI'HK. 1)1 A It II 1 1 kA, liYSKNTKItV.' OOI.U'. WINO IN I'llK UOWLLH, .,,,1 all ISTKUN 1 Al. I-AINS. ta TrftVflrrn niiotnu tin ari rani m m m j a A I"W UP! U III wia,i - i.i JOB WORK 11 la Eaton Female Institute. On Phila. Bait. Central II, It. Kennett Square, Chester Co., Pa., offers all tho in iliinpineiiiM that eonstitute n home In eon neotioti with a tliorouirli kiikiikii r.nuea tion, at f UN per seluxil year xso exi ept lor Inmrueiion 111 nns, i" in. Fi-eneh. Herman. PalutinK 1 linu imr l jilern tenehers. itradute o , , i -i ,. nil? llMKt IM Pw P.nirillllll Hl'llOOlS. 1II.VV .K.-ll enililovetl for several years. Inquire of Evan T. Swayno.Salho W. S ay ne, rrin-vipals. BOHDKNTOWN N. J.) IMIAW. COMlCUi:. Thorough " lnstrnetion. Healthful and beautilul location, vow "i moat careftilly conducted and best sus tained institutions in the State. For terms, etc., address ltev. John 11. llrakoloy, Ph. tri-vauC sK'HnrM or pulii ffom cliaudo oC waliT. altar Uiar. Franoh Kramlr or KUUra a. a itlmulaut. PEVKIt ANO AWI'K. FFVFn AN1 Alil'ft mrrd fnr liny ccnu. Tlifirll Ant a rriiiMlial aacnl In IliU world I ial will run Javor ad Anno, anil all oilier Malailoiia, III lom. ararljl. 1 y. i.linl.l'x .llow. and ollirr 1 1-v r M ( Uh' 1 1 1 1 V H A I K S l'll.l.h) qul'k anHAOWAY'N HKAOY HbLtLt. FiBjr ccota por liollla. "ld by Drugguta. HE1LTH ! BEAUTY ! I ernoNo AB ri'iiR melt I'V'JIrUfS or n.rsit ano riiiirr--ei.KAit skin jnii LKAUTlr XL COMI'LKXION bb.CL KliO TO ALL. DR. RADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT TIIIC 1 I IP VN liKIKIOKS. 1-Nl.Kll TIIK IS rl'tlFNl'K OK TU1S Tttl'LY HONUKlWt'l. atEIUClNK, THAT Every Day an Increase In Flooh and Woiaht is Seen ond Felt. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. Kv.iy drop of lli SAHSAI'AKM.I.IAN KK.sol.V F.NT ronimimli-alc. tlirmiirtl Ilia lllood. Swfat, I'rliir, ami other fluid" and hilcva r tlie rvntriii tlio vlnr or nro. for It rrualiatha waalraorilio lly wllh naw ami amitid malrrlaf. Scrotula. Sj plillla, '.mmiiii).lli.ii. Ulandulu dlarana. Vlcria la Ilia Taroal, Mniitli, l .tjM..ln !', Olamla and otliM .rta of Iho ayatim. Bora Krca, Mrliliiona IHarhanrra h""l tba hnra, and Ilia fnrnm nf Skin dlariin-a. hmptlona. ttyet norra, r.ai;. DONK AT TIIR 'REPUBLICAN" OFFICE At the lowest cash prices, neatly, prompt ly, and in stylo equal to that of any other establishment in the Distriri. llt'Rfl. It n onn, nl imeum. i i-i ..-. FpmiiS Wom.i In the Kll.. Tumoni. rmiwrt In I ho om.. Mid all wMk.-nltm Mid iwlnlMl dl'n-r. c, N f ht Hwculi lMf Bporm, Mid all fttrnof Hip life Pf'''"- rltliln til CrtlVt rt.iit I llil wuinirr wi iw BUSINESS CARDS STV. C la A II It, WATCH MAKER & JEWELER, tiidiotttie: And Dealer in WATPTTRS. JEWELRY, AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Repairing done in a workmanlike manner aud warranted to give satis faction. 4 y QONFECTIONARIEg TAS. McKAY, at tho Tost Olllce, lias openod out a choice lot of COXtECTIONA It TES, CAXXED FRUITS, 10BACC0S, CI C A HUT, AXD NOTIONS OF ALL RINDS. A portion of the patronage of the public Is rcKKpectl'ully solicited. 411-tf JAS. St. McKAY. ADVERTISING AT LOW RATKSt Fr $70 per inch tier Month, we will Insert an advertisement in 10 FlrNt-Class I'apers in Penn. I-int sent on application to li l'.O. P. UOWKLL. CO., Advertising AgcuiM, 41 Park Kow, N. Y. Court House. delicate nervous sufferings of a gentle' tuuu who never shouldered a musKct nor carried a sword : who would not even do election dutv, and who flees ingloriously from a conflict himself nas provoked, itis associates in uiu Xiiu eral cause will now learn to know and estimate the man at his true value. arc doubtless all wrong, but not more :naf . Orantdid. Trumbull. Greelev so than political rings and meu who an(j gchurz might have kown better live in glas3 houses should ie careiui tnan t0 frust j,lmi 0r to go on upon a how they thrown stones. It is uffi- g;je 8chuto through any advice of his. cieut to say to all this parade of puri- por now ti,at he has got them fairly tv "to the pure all thiol's are pure;" froI11 the party he has cone to Eu- to indulge in fears of all men's purity ropei jeft tnein in tho lurch, and may orruption or perhaps return to Congress claiming COIi. C. B. CUIITIS AND IIOX. . W. NCOFIKIaW, hetikens much inward corruption or I nprluina return to Congress claimiutr else a special insanity upon particular tha(, be js & a Republican, hoping subjects. thereby to regain Lis standing in iias- Iu conclusion, siuce my return from sachusetts. Brookville, I have received scores of Bufc beforfl weU gome one ;n New letters Irom sterling uemocrais in tue Y , . . .im whethcr it wa8 true district, ot. the subject ot this aenato- . , , u th(J p0l.tfoiia 0f rial trouble, all breathing the same hj CoinraiUce on rore-,gu Relations thought tlio uniortunaie cnaractcr . s , n;ne treatie8 were found the notuitiation and urging upon me t,;n whinl, he had received from an independent candidacy to ail ot the gtate Dcpartmeut, and never laid which I have uniformly replied in before th, coratuiUee j and he replied words calculated to sooth and liar- that it wag I)ot ti,U8 adding direct and monize. 1 have uttered no woius ""r . . , . f . , . t , ,iier of. erformed any acts, of a contrary nrnnf ,ilis ... :g character; preferring much to remain offi(jiaj auJ bey0Ilj di8pute. We have sileut, which silence would not have ni.hl:8.,ed the fuil Jist of treaties been broken but for the unseemly jie ha(, thug gUppreg3ed. The oldest character of Mr. Brown s card. 1 f ihem that nroviilini? for tho Mexi- trust he will observe a better course in claims Commission, had been in the future. . . u:a i,nHs no less than eiehteen months, 1 '. 1 .1 1 1 . .. . 1 . I. A I .. 0 itn many tiiaims iu yuu uuu n.o , . -. ,n i,.,.i hefore the com notiie uemorracy oi ueiiereou cUu..tjr, . . ,y, . reag0II for thia-t oth READ ! READ T The subscribers having ro-rcntod the IIIVINE (HUNT MILIaS. Would say to their old customers, and tho community preneratly, that they keep constantly on hand a lurae stock of FAMILY FLOUR of all (trades, Chop Feed, Shorts, TSran, I !!.! mill l.Tiril. llllil uiir mi:niiui uu h-j- ...... . - ... i i inn business, wo purposo not to uo under sold by anv eatublinhment in this mwtion nftha'amiiitrv. and would sav to tho lum bermen and dealers of forest county, mat they can be CAMPAIGN GOODS FOR 1872. irmiii uniiii'il fnr our Camnaiitn iroods. Sell at siirht. Pay 100 por cenU pronu ftow is the time, heiia at once ior iitihiv Circulars and Price Lists of our Fino Stool Kncravinps of all tho Uaiulliiates, uni paiifii UioKraphies, Charts, FhototrrapliM, iio.i,.n. I'iiiu Kiiaira. nml everything suited 11. o li'mnH- Ten Dollars ne'r day eaKily made. Full samples sent ior Aiuir.. Moore & Uool-si-eeu, 37 Park Kow, Now York. 1V"" AfiEVTS WANTKD for CIIAMBEIt- LIN S tlHAT CAMPAIGN 1JUOK, The STRUGGLE OF 1872; A novelty in Political and Popular Lit erature. A Graphic History oi 1110 iwjiu.. ii.Mn km. I DnmiH-ratic Parties: a racj sketch or tho so-callod I.llieral Kepubli chii Party : an inside view of the Cincin nati Convention. Tho minor tickets or aido shows of the campaiftn. The linost lllnulr,.!..,! llimk 1'lllllisllO'l. A UlMiK i.r nvnrv American citi7.cn. To ...mni inrViinrv lit mice, aeud Si for outtit, Union Publishing Co., Chicago, 111., Philu. Pa., or Springlield, Mass, iv-u POLITICAL UOODN OF ALL KINIS. Fireworks. Flnsrs. Ijmterns, Torches Uudccs, V. nilorms, tve, . JOHFPIl H. PUHDY, 32 and 34 Maidon Lane, N. Y. KstabliHhed 1843. rla. are . '..' ..i i.. . ....I - t.tm diva nrraitn u.liif It fur cither of Uicae turua vt dlaeaM lla tioTcnl power to cut Ihi-ni. If thi natlriil. daily Iwcomlna TMlnwl t7 na vaXra and deenniiioaltluil Unit la continually aroarcailnn, ."O-co-ill In arrcatlmc Ihrw waul, ami roiialia tlic aama , llh lw material maila from liiMlUiy klno.1 and Uila Ui BA KHA I AIU l.lil 1 n all Nni only doci tha Saran.i.i Raaot.T!rr nnl I aniiwn mnnllal anciiln In the c of l lirtmlt Sc."fu- loulva cure fur loua. Conilllnllonal. ai.d bkiu dlaeaaca i but It la Ua uiilr Kl.lnry A Itlndtlor CompInlnt, SHOW CAUD.S rnnarr. amt Womb dlwawa, flrarrl t'lalirfra, llmr.v. fUnppiwa "f Water, liicimlliicnca or I rinr. litinni r. in; Allmnilmiria, and In all caa wlicra ibcra are brlrk du.l drll, or Ilia lrr In thick, cloudy. Mined with iiljiaiici-a iir in. wiiii.- ui n . a.." ' """t ailk or there 1 a ntorl.ld, durk. lillloua aplH-aranee. and while bona du deiioJla. and when llicre l a prlrkliif. biinilnx ai'n.illiin when paiwlna water, and pain In Uia bin all .ii me li o-a auu U11114 1111 . WORMS. Tha only known and lura Rtmcdr for Ttvt'itia i'l't. etc. Tumor of ia Ycnra' Growth Cured by Huuwn ' iscsoiveni. p.... it, M -., July l. IM. Tia. R.aw.T il ear b OYrta Tamflf In ill. ! a aew.l. All the Horn. Mia " Ibef. H a aelp WT i.- I www ivery lliln tan. w rwrnnm... ( -"' --'i a Vnnr lUvd.-m. "t .tinualit I wealil try 1 kt ka aa 1.11k 1 . l I ... I... laalw. IIUL I luuk .1. belli.. af th. Il-alveul, and ao ef K-.I-T.V. Ml., and Iwe bev lie. of yonr RewlV k.iim i ana in. " "' ' r ea er f.lt, I (-1 "'. .marler, and aa.dar Ibaa I an. fe, lw.la year. Tha . lamer M In Ihe left .Id. Ik. tonk lb. rnile. I wrlu Uil. la Jraa far tka ka.U af alkan. Tea caa taldlU It U .a d.... . DR. RADWAY'S PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS, porfecllT Urteleia. ctenantly coated with r imtre. rernUle, purify, cleanae, an I alreniUien. IU way1. Pilla. for the cure of all dlantdeni of tlie Slnm Mver, Bowc Kidneys Uladdar, Karvoua I'hwa i iv.i uia. HillomnoB. ItlttoiM Ftver, Inflmmiatton it ccr. WrrntcillorlT-ctftV,l,"l'vccur' lurr.ywt bUa conUtnluir oo mereurr, ni.nntJi,ordletrtoiiianifia. ir OlnuTY th ft.llowltiii lynipLoiua retuiUof from l)lwrdcrof Uie ll(te"tW Oiitaiu: Htrmtach, l nti if? mon. VISITING CARbS, SCHOOL CARDS WEDDINQ.CARDS, TROGllAMMES, INVITATIONS, BALL TICKETS, th llel. IVHritorv ft rrr-l-irmli'-B, lfUtfwnM M in and v, ria ! lb HM. Cltl, UsiU, ku4 MuioitB FliulatM 9t iat, burulDK ! lh Hh. ' J ir d.wej of RAOWAT'S PIT.IS will iYw th y Uiu from all lh a.K.ve-immed rtUtnkr. lice, 35 ueutt prrh.ii. 6, HV DKUtllilSTrt. KEAD "KAI.SK AM 'l'Kl:K..,, rVnd on Mtcr tanipto RAUWAY CO., No. tr Mldcn Lm. New. i'urk. iiaioriuatiun wurtU Uiouud wlU U kuI jusu. ADMISSION TICKETS, RIFLES, SHOT-GUNS REVOLV'S. flun materials of overy. kind. Writo for Prico List, to Croat Western Ctin Works, Pittshuriili. Pa. Arniv itiins and Hevol- vors bounht or traded ior. Atrcuts wanted. ia-H nosrriiLY statkji i:xt., SUPPLIED CHEAPER and more promptly than from any other point. Immediate attention given to all ordors front a distance, . E. JONES ct CO. INSURANC3 EPILEPSY OR FITS. A SlirtE CUItEforthlBdiHtresHlnKcom nlniiit 1 now made Known In a Trent iso (of 4M octavo panes) on Foreign and Native llerbnl l'reparaiions, piiuiiiiou u.v jt, '. Tinir. lirmin. Tho tireHcriiitiou was dis. emwi.,1 tiv him in suolt a providential manner that he cannot conscientiously re fuse to make It known, as it has cured evervbodv who has used It for Fits, never having failed in a nnle cao. me lunreti ients may be obtamod from any druutiist. A copy will bo sent free to all applicants bv ntaill. Address Dr. O. Phelps Urown, 21 Grand St., Jersey City, N. J. 2a-4t AfrMTO wanted for nULIl IU of N t "Tho nri.'ht Side ew York," a Library of I Information prrtniniiiix to its Institutions and Obiocts ot interest. Jy a I ity Mis- sionarv. 00 F.nirraviiius. Airents sell 40 adav. Just Issued. F.. 11. TUEAT, Pub lisher. 805 llroadway. N. Y. 3U-4t CO. OF NORTH AMERICA, eichleivs recipes for liquors No 232 Walnut St Phila. Contuin the latest improveu instructions for vour kiud aud considerate course, I am, very truly yours, Edward S. Golden. Kittanning, Sept. 2d, 1872. Will positively be present and ad drees the meeting. The Corry Brass Band will be present to discourse mu eic on the occasion. Republicans, Liberals, and Demo crats, turn out ond hear the truth from those who know it, and know how to tell it. The merit of the different State and national candidates will be ably discussed. Come out and hear, every one. Fon Sam:. To close an estate, two tracts of land of about 2000 acres, situated on Millstone Creek, Fort.it Countv. Heavily timbered, mainly l.r,mlne!r val nail! o for theburk. and 1VU v a. , eu pposed by good judges U bo good oil teritory. Map with particulars at tbis office. On Friday evening last W. C. Pluinmer of the Courier was knocked down and severely kicked and stamp ed upon by P. T. Witlierop. Accord ing to the Courier report of the affair, inrr can be clearer. Mr. Sumner had been opposed to Grant throughout his wholo Administration. He refused to visit the Yhite House or the Stat6 Department, and consequently remain ed in entire ignorance of the diplomat io huRiness of the crovernuient. Gen eral Grant laid aside his dignity and visited. Sumner, and still no headway could be made. The man was simply Mr. Plumrner's nose was broken, and a conspirator, bent on hatchiug a plot he was otherwise severely injured, and at last accounts was considered in a critical condition. The cause of the assault, we understand, was certain obscene and opprobrious epithets op- plied by lluinmer to Witherop, re peatedly during the day, ami a uoasi ful assertion that Witherop was a cow ard aud dure not resent it. Witherop's friends -claim that the assault was en tirely justifiable and purely in self-da- fence. Whatever the provocation, it must bo admitted that so violent and deadly an assault is uuwarrr.ntable in any rase except as an extreme measure of self defense, where the attacking party haj reason to fear groat bodily liar in. The real facts iu the case will probably be brought out by legal iu vestigatiou. Titumlle- Xcwt. tn defeat the renomination oi Urant and on fabricating the appearance of an Administration lailure. Aleuce ne blocked the entire business ot the State Department, and by agitation in the Senate and incessant Bneecn-man- inu and irettmsr up false charges aud committees of investigation, sought to break down the Administration, in stead of this he has effectually broken down Charles Sumner, who is now on the list of missing among the victims of tho trreat battle-field. When returns ho will liud President Grai re-elected, victorious and vindicated rhiludelphia Xorth American. ftir in . nir ItrnnilleH. w IllHKevM. Avuiun. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual uins, Hitters, Fancy Cordials, Fruit Syr- MARINE, INLAND & FIREIKSURANCE SEf CSS Assets Jan; 1, 12,348.32339 -'TthH WANTF.n hcII the -ACEXTS (?20)ier dav) to cthibnilcd HOME HUUT- TLE SEWINC MACHINE. Hasthe under-feed, makes the "lock stitch." alike on both sides, and fully licensed. Tlio best and cheapest family Sewinir Machine in the market. Address Jolucton, Clark t Co., lioHtou, Ma-ss., PitUbitrnh, Pa., Chica-2t24-;o, III., or St. Louis, Mo. ENVELOPES ERIE & PITTSBURGH R. R in and after Monilav, Nov. l.ri, lStiO W ti 2n.000,000 losses paid since Its organiza tion. WM. HUHLElt, Central Agent, Harrisburg, Pa. MILES W. TATE, Agent in Ti- onesta, Forest County, Pa. 8 dm bv mail, on receipt of $2 by AsL-henbatich A Miller, N. W. cor. 3d and Callowhill Kts., Philadelphia, Pa. Index andsamplo sheets sent free. TIDIOUTE TEA STORE! The place to buy every variety of the VERY BEST1TEAS AT THK L 0 WES T PRICES, la at the extensive Tea Store of H. T. CHAFFEY, Nothlnor like it in medicine. A luxury to the palate, a painless ovacuant, a (icntle aii...iiiu.i ... tiin .,ii-.u lut inn. a iierMiiiratorv nrenuriitiou. an antl-blllotlS meillclUO, a stoiiiaihic, a diuretic and an admirable general alterative, much itro me ckiiowi edtied and daily proven properties of Tar rant a i'.tlcrvesccni neuz.er rtjieriena.. 10 4 SOLD B V ALL DKUtiU 1STS. CIRCULARS, BLANKS WATCH FREE to Agents to intro- t'.ucn articles that seii in every house. Lata & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. S2-4t where you can always find a larfje assort ment ot the best Teas at Now York pneos. A larg assortment of Groceries and Provisions, unequaled in quality and cheapness byany ...i..., t,.r., in Warri-n countv. always tin hand. The people of Forest county will save money by purchasing their aupplieu at tins place. Boat brands of FA MIL Y FLO UR, , delivered at any depot on the llneof the R. Store on Main St, near the Dopot. BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUE Is tlie cheapest and best article in tlie mar ket for Blueing Clothes. The genuine has both Harlow's and Wiltberuer's namo on the label, and is put up at Wiltlierger's Jtruu nloro, !o. iNorin ncconu nuioi, l'hihuleliihia. I). W. WiLTliEKUKR. Pro prietor. For sale by Uruggista and tiro- irs. .o-ii.. $1,000 i:wAi For anv cane of Blind. Bleedin r. Itching or Ulerated Piles Unit DeHing's Pile Hum ilv ikilH to cure. It is Drenared exuressly to cure the Piles, and nothing else. Suld by all lruggists. Price, $1.00. 15-4 trains will run on this road as follows: LEAVE EUIE-SOUTllWARn. 11:55 A. M. accommodation Loaves Newcastle at 7:05 and arrives at Pittsburgh tri-nn a ... 10:'5 a. m.. riTTsiitTitoit kx., stops at all NOTE HEADS, stations, and arrives at A. V l.. w. it. Jt. Trunsfer at 1:50 p. in., at Newcastle at 3:15 p. m., and at Pittsburgh at ti:(H) p. m. 6:05 A. M.. accom mooatio v, from James town, arrives at A. (. W. 15. 11. Transfer at 5:40 a. in., at Newt-astro at 7:05 a. in., and Pittsburgh ut 10:00 a. in. 5:00 P. M., Mixed Train leaves Erie for Sharon, stopping at all intermediate points and arriving at 10:15 a. in. LEAVE PITTSnUHtill NOItTWAUD. 7:15 A. M., erik kxpukss, leaves New castle at 10:00 a. in., A. At). W. It. It. Trans fer at 11:20 a. in., and arrives at Erie at2;:!0 Ii. in., making closo connection for llutl'a o and Niagara Falls. 3:S5 P. M. accommodation, loav 5 Now .stlH at li::S0 n. in . A. A ti. W. It. It. Transfer at 7:55 p. in., and Jamestown at h::ui a. m., connects with mixed trulus mat arrives in Erie at Itfm a. in. ti::io p. M.. Mixed Irani leave hliaron for Erie, and arriving at Wirard at 12:30 a. in. and Erie at 0:55 a. m . rains connect at Kochoster with train for Wheeling and all points iu West Virginia, and at Pittsburgh connections for Philadel phia, llarrisliurgli, Jiaitiinoro ana M'asn ington via Pennsylvania Central lluilroad. Erie Exiiress North, eonnocls at til nml with Cleveland and Erie trains Westward for Cleveland, Chicago, and all points In the West j at Erie with l'hiladolphiaifc Erio ItiulroKil for Corry, Warren, irviugton, Tidioute, Ac, and with Hull'alo A Erie Itailroad lor liutlitio, iiuiiKiru, Niagara Fulls and New York City. F. N. FINNEY, General Bup't BILL HEADS, LETTER 1IEAD3, A LiENTS WANTED. Agents mako J more money at work for us than at unvtliliig ew.c. I'ariitiitiiii s ireo. vjt. nun son A Co., Fiue Art Publishers, Portluud Maine, i-n POSTERS DODGERS HANDBILLS, "SWTIVK. DU. J. N. llOLAUI), of Tidioute, lias returnsd to his practice alter an ab sence of four months, spent in the Hospi tals of Now York, wliere h will altnud culls in liis profession. Ollice iu Eureka Drug Store, 3d door above the bauk, Tidioute, Pa. 49tf LABELS, SHIPPING TAGS, dc.