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WEDNESDAY M0RSI10, FEB. 12, IS1. Horrible Nitro-Glycerine Explosion at Tidioute Man and his wife Killed-HU Child Dangerously In jured. Sliertly after 7 o'clock yesterday morning a frightful torpedo explosion occurred on Dennis llun, about half a mile below Tidioute, whereby a fel low inortnl was instantly hurried into eternity, his wife fatally injured and his only child dangerously hurt. The shock is described by people residing in the vicinity ns terriffic in its via leute, and its effects were distinctly perceptable at a considerable distance. Kusliing to the spot a fearful sight met the gaze' of the horrified specta tor, whose worst fears of a terrible catastrophe were but too quickly real ized. The scene of the disaster was a frame house tenanted by Andrew Dairy in pie and his family, consisting ef his wife and one child, the latter a bright littla girl of twe years. The building stood a short distance up one ef the steep declivities extending along Dennis Run. The house was utterly demolished, not one bard remaining in its origi nal position. Splinters and peiccs of wood were strewn around for many yards, tho roof was rent into minuto fragments, the floor torn up and scat tered in all directions, the furniture blown to atoms, remnants of clothing voaI domestic utensils were strewn far and wide, and everything about tho premises were totally wrecked. In deed it would bo difficult to imagine a more complete ruin, so thorough was the overthrow of what had so recently been a happy home. The first persons on the spot were attracted by the cry of the child pro ceeding from under a mass of rubbish, which was spsedily removed by will ing hands and the littlo creature ex tricated from its perilous situation. The mother was lying near her dar ling in a state of insensibility, having sustained dreadful wounds on the tem plet and back part of the head, from the elects of which she died in n couple of hours. The brain protruded through a ghastly cuc.and she never re covered consciousness. Kind neigh bors promptly conveyed her to a com fortable shelter, where she received the best medical attentiou until death clos ed the scene. But the most appalling speeUele was the nianglad corpso of the hflsbar.d and father, which pre sented a shocking appearance, as it lay beside the engine house. The lower part of tho body was entirely wanting, the shattered trunk, with tho head and arm attached, alone remaining. This part of the body had been hurled diagonally against the roof of the en gine house, spattering it with blood nud quivering flesh and tumbling into the snow, about thirty feet from the ruined dwelling, i. he greater portion of ono leg was picked up from the waters of the creek, while mutilated fragments of flesh and bone were found more than fifty yards from the fatal spot. A quilt was thrown over the lacerated remains, and a message dig pached ta the Coroner. However, no inquest has been held, as no doubt exists ns ta the maimer in which the cdecunsed met his untimely fate, and arrangements for tho funeral were made last evening. From the most trustworthy infor mation tliat can ba procured, it ap pears Dalrymple had for some time been engaged in manufacturing torpe does and useing them in defiance of the Roberts Company. It is supposed lie was filling one of these dangerous articles in rwie corner of his houso when it exp4aded, carrying death and destruction in its track. Packages of vnmlin powder were touud among tho debris, and aamall can of nitro-glyce-rine behind a stump a short distance further np the hill. From the position iu which they were discovered, it is conjectured that the wife and the child were sitting beside the cooking stove. unsuspieous of impending doom; but exactly now or why tne accident oc curred will never be known till the great day wheu all secrets shall be iully revealed. Andrew Dalrymple came to this fcotion about two years since from Luona, Chautauqua county, New York, and was universally resnecteil by his acquaintances and friends as a hteady and industrious workman. Ho bore nn excellent character iu the community as an upright and peacea ble citizen, and was about twenty-six yers old when thus suddenly ushered into the presence of his maker, lie was an esteemed member of Eden Lodgo of Odd-Fellows, in which he took the last degree at the meeting on .Saturday night. Having saved u fair per centage of his hard earnings the poor follow recently decided to seek an abode iu the West, whither he intend ed removing noxt week. A few min utes before the accident he weut into (his brother's engine house, and pleas antly remarked to the young man in charge of the well that he had fivo hundred dollars in his pants pocket. Not more than sixty dollars were re covered, the balance having doubtless been torn into bhreds. Mrs. Dalryni ple was a worthy ronipanion tu her devoted husbaud, whom she so quickly vr. r. nuxx rejoined in another world. Their or phan daughter, too young to under stand the irreparable loss of her fond parents, was taken to tho house of ra generous neighbor. Tho poor child is suffering from a severe wound just below the right car, inflicted by a fly ing missile, though she was progress ing favorably in tho afternoon. The Odd Fellows of Tidiouto have taken charge of the burial, the time and place of which would be determined at a special meeting lastuight. Derrick, Thursday. AI'CDIKNTOX TllKjlM.MJIlKNV V.U.I.KY KAH.W.W. Sciu-noRAss.Fcb. 111:30 p. m. Tho following is a corect statement of the accident: The Oil City Accomadation, from Brandy's 15end to Oil City, with a traiu of oil cars, when running on time near Blaek's Siding at 3 o'clock this afternoon, a few miles north of Emlenton, broke a rail, and five cars of oil, with the pasenger coach were thrown from the track dawn tho bank. The cars at once took fire, but all the pasengers escaped except three, who were killed. The killed were Scott, the newsboy, Casey, said to be a sport ing man, and ono man, name unknown. The injured are John L. Ilauna, of 52 Wood street, Pittsburgh, badly.bumed, sent to Emlenton ; Michael Kane, Petersburgh, a track laborer, gone home; George P. Kiddle, Emlenton, lips cut slightly, gone homo; C. W. Kidder, slightly burnt ou the head, gone to Franklin; A. C. George, of Kouseville, Pa, burnt slightly, gone home ; Matthew Collins, Hamilton, Canada, head and baud burned, gone to Oil City; It. C. Couter Peters burgh, burned in the head, gone home; J. 13. Hoover, Franklin, head and hands burned, gone home; Alfred S. Hamilton, Greenburg, Pennsylvania, head burned, gone to Parkers' Land ing; Harry Miller, a boy, head and baud burned, gone homo; J. A. Knox, Antwerp, slightly hurt, gene home; O. E. Singleton, Parkers, slightly injured, gone home; John Wliitcomb, Jfoxburir. alishtlv in jured, gono home; John Delehauty, I. A i. I I i XIU1UUIC, LMIIl'PU v4 V"9 i'V4 oU hand, will go home to-morrow. The injuries to all of the above are slight, except Mr. Hanna, who is the worst injured, aud it is hoped not seri ous. The track where the accident occur red was as good as any on tho road. The tics are all found, and the iron good, but the hard freezing weather has caused tho rails t break worse than ever beforo. The Coui pauy'a surgeon, and others' were promptly ou baud and every attention was paid to the injured that was pos sible. The coroner is now at the scene of the accident, with Charles E. Tailor, and will inquire into the cause offi cially. Superintendent J. J. Lawrence, who was expected hero last light, ou his way from Pittsburgh, stopped at the wreck and rendered all the assistance possible. He will have a wrecking train ou nana eany to-usy. s. K. DEATH OF K.Y.liOVUKNOU liKAKV. IlAnnisBur.a, January, 8, Ex-Governor Geary returned yes terday from a trip to Wyoming in ap parently good health. He came down to breakfast this morning and while conversing pleasantly with his family his head dropped on his breast and ho died MBtaiitPy. He was fifty-four years of age and has beeu iu public life for a quarter of a ceutuiv. He was through the Mexican war, was the first lawyer of San Francisco and was Governor of Kansas in 185G. He served in the late war w ith distinction and held tho office of Governor ef Pennsylvania from 18GG to 1872. His remains will be in state iu the hall of House the of Representatives all day Wednesday in charge ot fctate author ities. Ou Thursday morning at 11 o'clock ho will be buried by the Knights Templar. ce i The new horse disease, which bag appeared iu New York and other cit ies, seems to be working West, cast3 of it having beeu reported in Buffalo and two in Corry. It appears to at tack horses that suffered severely from the late epizootic, and is evidently a successor to it. So far it has been very fatal, horses attacked having in al most every case fallen dead in harness or died in a very few hours after being sei.ed. 1 lie symptoms ate tuose of par alysis or apoplexy, and this has war runted the veterinary surgeons in pro nouncing it a species of ccrebro -spinal mciiingiti. It is most frequently found in truck horses or thoso used for hard work. Tilusville Vretd. About tho loth tho December last, the houso of John D. Duukle, at the mouth of Piney, was entered at night, through the window, and $187 stoleu out of a desk, after forcing off' the tho lock. The affair was not then made public iu hopes that tho money might be discovered, as part of it was marked. Mr. Duukle was absent at tho time, having gene to Elk county for a few days, and seme scoundrel made a raid on the house, and has not been heard of since. This is rather a heavy loss for a poor man, who makes his living by hard labor. Clarion Democrat. JOB WORK neatly executed at thie office at reasonable retve. AT THE SUPERIOR LUMBER C0.ST0RE WILL now le found n largo mid varied assortment of goods, which are oll'cr- ed ut LOW PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Among tills stork my 10 found tlio fol lowing article, in addition to many others not enumerated : Alpaeea.Awls saddlers nud sewIng.As sufictidii. Axes, Axle greasr, Arctic Add, Arsenic, Arnica Tincture, Arithmetics 1st, 2d uod :td, Allspice, Autimnniul wine, AiUit Ammonia, Hum Aim's, Auburn. Katting, Basins, Hurley Orouts, Rarlcv Flour, Hulled Hurley, lllank liooks, llnlii ItriekH, Uluckbcrri'es-'-driod, Hoot-jack Lima Roans, Rerago, Rooswax, Reaver Cloth, Rloachcd Muslin, Carpet Rinding, llihbs, Hoots iiml shoos, lllooni of Youth Roring Machines, Roring Machine All- r;urs, Hooks school and miscellaneous, tonesct, Howls, llniu.e forshoos, Horax, Huttons agate, -curl, punt., coat, vest, dress and silk. Hi ushos shoo and scrub bing. Killing, Hueketx, Hluo Mass. Caiupher, Chalk, Crayons, Chalk-linos Cassia ground end Ungrotind, Cury's toothache remedy, Cartridges. Caps wa terproof, Chains, watch, Cambric plain, colored, and papor, Craekeis gruhnm, lemon, milk, wine and water, Canned poods of all kinds, Camphor ice, Catsup, Canisters, Candlesticks, Candle-moulds, Cake-pans, Cnko-turners. Cussinieres, Crush common, linen and lileached.Caul itlour, Crystal Syrup, Cracked wheaf,Nut Crackers, Carolina rico, Cream tarter.Can ned cherries, Hiltons Cement.Chcck fur nitoro and shirting. Creosote, Ceiling hooks, Clear sides. Cigars, Chintz cam bric, and shirting, Lamp Chimneys of all kinds and si7.es, Chinaware, Corsets, Cor set stays, Combs of nil varieties, Cloves, Oil of Cloves, Petersons Corn Ointment, Corks, Cork shavings. Canned Corn, Cof fee green and roasted. Corn meal Clocks, Country knit socks lrom Maine, Cork screws, Cord gum and plcturo frame, Clothing, Clothes-pins, Clothes-racks, Ex tract Collce, Cologne, Cocoanut Oil, dried Corn, Collars paper nud linen for ladles or gentlemen, Counterpanes, Curry-coinbs, Uorsc-Curds, Cups and Saucers", Cutis paper and linen. Day-books, Drawers, Delaines, Dress goods, Drilling, tin Dippers, Dishes, Dry goods. Slippery Elm Bark, Sulphuric Kther, Envelopes, Klecani pane, Hamburg lodg ing and Insertion, Kpsont Salts. Pieture-Frainos photograph and rustic, Flannel, Farina, Fire shovels, Fringe ilk,whito and black, Flour w hite.w heat, rye, graham, barley and rice, Florida wa ter, Funnels, Fluting machine, liaitcring, Ventilated (farters, (iingliiims, Oinger-grd.and ungrd,. Ess. Jamaica (.lin ger, Uimp silk, Gloves iu endless vat lety, Gun-caps, Canned Gooseberries, Hitching rings, Ilii.ges barndoor and strap, II ingo Clasps, S. C. Hams, Hats and Caps, Hair Oil, Haukercliiefs, Halls Hair Rcnower, Hair pins, Tack Hummers, Herbs of all kinds, Ilickorvnut Oil. Hoop- skirts Hosiery, Hooks for stav chains. Hops, Hooks and Eyes, Whito Holland for blinds. Indigo. Ink Erasers. Ink black and carmine, inserting Hamburg. Jellies. Key rings. 'Watch Kovs. Ketchurt Dints and quarts, Knife nud Fork Boxes, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Carving Knives, Hotter Knives, Knitting Cotton, Knitting Needles, Knife Sharpeners, Knife Polishers, Knife polishing powders, Ijird in buckets, Lanterns, laudanum, Lampwick, Lamp chimneys, I .a nips, lliuinl) 1 .atones, cunuoaul latches. Ladles pierced nud plain, Lace, 1-nwns, Lean sou anil pig, lxitgers, Tahlo Linen, l.inuonee. LiOOsters, l.uncli boxes. Lunch bugs, Leggings. -music lioxes, matches. Match safes. Myrrh gum, Magnesia, Mirrors hand, Mitts country knit, Mop sticks.Muslin bleached and unbleached, Mustard, Muci lage. Needles darning, knitting, sewing ma chine, crochet, nfghiin und Hewing, Sweet Spts. Nitre, Nolo paper, Nut-crackers, Nutmegs, r utmeg Graters, ?ails. Oat meal, Lxtraet Orange, Oysters cove and pickled, Overalls, Overshoes, Hair Oil, Sperm Oil, Sweet Oil, Sewing machine Oil, Tallow OW. Plasters Arnica and Poor Mans. Pads. Cako Pans, Huiseuit Pans, Tin Plates, A ii C Plates, no I'lates, China Plales.Wnt ing Paper, window Paper, Pass !ooks,can ned Peaches, Carpenters' Pencils, ioad Pencils, Pens, Penholders, Perfumery, Pennyroyal, Peppnrnicnt, Pepper gr'd. and ungrd. and Cayenne, Pine Apple, Pitchors, Photographs card and cabinet. Prints, Pius, Pipes Piccalillc, Pickles, stove 1 ipe, aiess i-om, KUlo-Powilcr, lea-i'ois L.oiieo-i-ois, l-omane, i'runes. Peaches canned, Putty. Ouilts. OueenswBre. llevolvers. Garden Hakes, Readers 1st. 2d, 3d, 4th, aml5lh, Reward Curds, Hibbon oi mi colors aim wiiitns, itnigs gold, but ton and teething, Hice flour, Fx. Hose, Japanese itooes, niiuung, ltnuoraru syrup and tincture. Rubber coats bi.iek and gray, Rulers, Rules. Sal Ammoniac, canned Strawberries Salt Pelre, table Sauce, Stationery, Pearl und Corn Starch, Kitchen Saws," Epsom nud Glauber Salts, Shawls, Sago, Stands for coffee-pots, Strainers, Slates, Slate Pencils, Sail Irons, Sad Iron Stands, win- dow Shades, Suu Shades, Satin, Foot Scrapers, Saucers, Sheeting of all widths and qualities. Singer Sewing Machines, Sewing Biacuine fixtures, niiears, screw eyes for picture frames, Spoilers, Juvenile Speaker:-;, Gum Shellac, Stockings, Scrap books, Svrup crystal and silver drips, SyringesSkirts, bleached and unbleached Shirting, Swis.s, Spittoons cast iron, Spices, Skimmers, skein, twist nud ma chine silk, Silks, Scisscr", Scissor-Sharp-eners, Shirt-fronts, Shirts woo', isi more, negligee and white, Hocks country knit and machine made, Soap Sawyer's Shaving, Castilo, Emery, Ruth and Wash ing, Shot, Spool Cotton, Stoves cooking and heating for wood. Spoons, School books, Fire Shovels, Sugar, Suspenders, Summer Savory, Lampshades, Shuttles for sewing machines, canned Succotash. Toa-Traya, Table-Linen Tucks, linen and cottoii Tape, Tea, linen and spool Thread, 'i'oething-rings Thyme, Teapots, Ticking, Tinware, tape and alpaccn Trim ming, Timebooks, Toothache Remedy, Tobacco plug, twist, tine cut and cut ami dry, Toilet ware, Towels, Towelling, To matoes, Tobies, Tubs, Tumblers. Umbrcllus, Urinuls S. C), Undercloth ing. Velvet, Vests, Veils, Violin-bridges, Inil-pieecs, kejsiind rosin. Watch-keys, Watch-chains, Wadding, Wush-bourds, Wringers, Whortleberries, Worm-drops, Whalebone. Yurn Merlin and Woolen. Zephyr ol all colors, double, sini;Io and split. Our Store is small, and the most of our goods it is impossible to display, but such us not to be seen, may be had by inquiring lor incni. In addition to our miscellaneous stock, we have a full line of staple and fashiona ble picco goods for making clothing to or der. As heretofore, we shall continue the sale of the SINGER IMPROVED FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, upon our usual accommodating terms. SUPERIOR LV MHER CO. STORE, H-tf Aco.Mii Hv.ij.nixi, Elm Siuar, Applicants for License. rpiIR following persons have filed their A npnlicntions for License for l-Vl.'v Term of Court, to bo held ut Tlonestn. oil lhe4lh Monday of February A. 1). 1S7;1i William Ijtwrence, Hotel, 'Tlouesta Boro. J'.. A. iiouens, uoiel i'liguiulus, Harmo ny Townshin. John Peterson, Hotel, Trunkeyvllle, Har mony Township. Charles Roberts. Hotel. TrnnkevviUe. Harmony Township. J. 11. AG NEW. Clerk. Jan. 27, 1S7.1. FOREST COUNTY DRUG STORE! D. S. Knox, Proprietor, ELM STREET, Tionesta, Pa. HAVE now in stock and for sale a full assortment of rv4 PATENT MEDICINES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, NOTIORS, C, LIQUORS, For Medical me OXLV. I am agent for too PERKINS & IIOUSK NON-EXPLOSIVE LAMP. The only SAFE LAMP mode, will burn all kinds of oil with perfect safety, being all Metal it can not break, aud so conduct ed it cannot explode. I am now running a TI1T OIF And will make to order all kinds of Tin or Sheet Iron Waro at short notice. Shop nextdoorsouth of Drug Store. I am also agent for some of the best FIRE and LIFE IN THE UNITED STATES. All wishing Iniurnnce I will attend to at short notice. D. W. CLARK AaiiitauU ALSO REAL ESTATE ACENT, AND HAVE NOW FOR SALE One farm of (Ki acres. SO cleared, house and barn, iu Klngslcv township, for S.OtKI. ( mo house anil lot in 1 umesla liorough. on Race St., $t,on(. One houso and lot on Race St. JS00. One house mid lot on Water St. Jt.nOO. One house and lot on Water St. 81,000. Ono house and lot on Water St. f-VHl. Ono house and lot on Water St. (1,000. Fifteen out lots from SIOO to ."oil. One dwelling house, barn and orchard with all kinds of fruits, ornamental trees. two water wells, and out building, fi acres of land, and us good a locution as there is in the village of Tionesta, $10,1100. One Saw and Planing Mill, with all kinds of machinery for making Sash, Koors, lilinds, Flooring, Snsh, Moulding. The machinery Is nearly nil new, Three acres of laud ; situated nt tho mouth ol Tionesta Creek. A rare chanco to invest. Price $7,000. 3!My BEST THING IN THE WEST. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. R. R THREE MILLION ACRES Seated in and near the Arkansas Valley, the Finest Portion of Kansas ! Eleven years' Credit. Seven per Cent, Interest. 21 1-2 percent, reduction to settlers who Improve. FREE PASS TO LAND BUYERS! THK FACTS about this Grant aro Low Prices, Long Credit, and a Kubuto to set tiers of nearly one-fourth ; a Rich Soil and Spendid Climate : short und mild Winters eaily planting, and no wintering ofStwk; plonty of Rainfall, and just at the right season ; I oal, Htone and lirick on tlio line t neap Rates ou Lumber, Coal, Ac; no lands owned by Speculators; Homestead nud Pre-emptions now abundant ; a hrst eluss Railroad ou the lino of a great Through Route;Products will pay for Laud una improvements. It is the best opportunity ever offered to the public, tnrouyli the recent completion oi tue ttouu. For Circulars und gonernl information address A. E. ToUZALIN, .Manager Land L)ei t. 43-211), Topeku, Kan SLOAN & VAN GIESEN. BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON-MAKERS. Corner of Church and Elm Stroeta, TIOJSTliSTA. This th in is prepared to do all work In Its line, and will warrant everything dono ut their shops to give satisfaction. Par ticular attention given to IIOKSF-ttllOF.IX,), (live them a trial, and you will feret it. not re-13-ly. DUre J. N. HOLARD, of Tidioute, Jim rel.irnsd to his practice after an ab sence of four mouths, spout in the Hospi tals of Nkw York, where will attaud rails in hi profession. Office in Eureka Drug Store, 3d door ftujTe the batik, TidioMtt, Pa. ttoi ROBINSON & BONNER are selling AS CHEAP AS THE CHEArFST, at Cost and a littlo mora. DRY GOODS Sc. NOTIONS a full line constantly on hand. HOOTS A NIIOF.S, FLOUR, GROCERIES, aud PROVISIONS, DRIED and CANNED FRUITS, HARDWARE, iUKENSWARE, GLASSWARE STOVES AND STOVE CASTINGS, OILS, FAINTS and WINDOW-GLASS. IRON, NAILS, and HORSE-SIIORS, CHOPS and HALT, FISH, tic., Ac, We endeaver to keep nothlug but FIRST CLASS GOODS, mifl ronftfii1v ak &11 fn itIva urn & mid cxauitiio gomln and pririm. 3J l v F L. L. Richmond & Co. JEWELERS, Invite the attention of tho public to their im mense stuck of goods, consisting of Ladiu C&meo Efeti, Coral Sett, Jot Seta, Open Chaini, Leontine Chains, Nocklaoet, In Qold and Jet, LockoU, Chun Bracelets, Band Braoeleta, Amoriom and 8wiM Watchee, Bo Watches, American and French Clooks, and all the Latest Designs is SOLID S I L V E R AND PLATED WARE, Together with a tst stort ment of FRENCH COOD8. Call and exumineour lioods and Prices lv foro purchasing. Wo guaraiitecour prices as for the same quality of goods elsewhere. L L. Eichmond & Co., Museum Building-, Chestnnt Bt., MeadTiUe, Ft. LOTS FOR SALE ! IX THE BOROUGH OF TIONESTA. Apply to GEO. O. SICKLES, 79,NasauBt Naw York City. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY Water Street, ADJOINING THE HOLMES HOUSE, Tionesta, Pa., M. CARPENTER, . - . Proprietor. Pictmijs taken iu all tho latest styles the art, v '.t-tl II. U. T I x u j: It A V o., OIL CITY, PA. WnoLKSAI.H Ann iiktaii. Dealers In CUTLERY, BELTING & PACKING, AND Oil Well Supplios, Spear's Celobrated Anti Clincher and Anti-Dust Parlor and Cooking Stoves Ranges, Hot-Air and Stcim-Heatere, Forprirato and public houses. SMOKE-STACKS f Sheet-Iron Work, Pioo Cuttinsr. su-tr. Allegheny Valley Rail Road. NEW LINE TO RUFFALO TUROUflH TUB OIL REUIUNS. OV AN Darter Monday Nov. SO, Traina will run as follows (Altooua Timat: SOUTH. Da Express leave Oil City at 1 28 pin 8 64 p in 9 SO p in 40 a m V 4.1 a in Ariivoa at Pittsburgh Night Express leaves Oil City Arrives at Pittsburgh Mad Train leaves Oil City Arrives at Pittlhtiruii 6 08 p in Venango Aceoni. leaven Oil Citv"4 0l D. m. and arrives at Kittanning v 10 p. m. KOU I II. Day Express Leaves Pittsburgh at 7 50 a in Arrrivesat Oil City at ii 30 p in Night Express I.chvcs Pittsburgh K UP pin Arrives at Oi. City &4.r. am Mail Train leaves' Pittsburgh II Ml a iu Arrives at Oil City 7 '2b p m Venaniro Ace. loaves Klttanninsr 7 03 a m and arrives at Oil City 12 S p nt Silver Palaco Slerninir Cara on niirht Express Trains, between Pittshuiuh aud Titusville. Through Coaches on Duv Ex press Traiita between Pittsburgh and Boa Ion. J. J. LAWRENCE. T. M. KINO, Gen l. Snp t. Aaa't. Sup't. PENNSYLVANIA CEN2 TRAX RAILROAD ON AND AFTER 11 P. P. Sunduv May 1. 1H70. Trains arrive at and leave th Union Depot, corner of Wanlilutoii aud Liberty street, aa follows: A Kit IV E. Mail Train. l.r.O a n. : Fast Line, 12.13 a m ; Well's, accommodation No. ), O.L'O a m ' Hrintoii acconiiuoiiatlon .No 1, 7.A0 a ni; Wall's accommodation No 2. 8.53a in :Ciu- einuati express 11.10 a in; Johnstown ac commodation 10.3U am; Kraddock'a ae- eoinniodution No 1, 7. CO pm; Pittsburgh, express l.'M p in; Pacilie express 1.60 ru ; vt an s avoininHiutioii iNo a, 2.;is p in: HoiiiowikhI accoiuniodution No I. V.&5 mn: WuII'b ai-coininodatiou No 4, 5..MI p ni; ISrintoii accommodation No 2, 1.10 p m ; Way Passenger ltl.0 j) ni. DEPART. Southern express 5.10 a ni I Paelfio ex- iress ii.40 a in ; Wall's accoiuniodution No . 6.:t0a in ; Mail Train 8.10 a in : llrintou'a accoiuniodution 1 ).M a in ; ItraddiM'k'a ac- eoinni(Mliitioii No 1, . 1.10 p in; Cincinnati express 1J.3." p in ; Wall'a accommodation N 2, 11.51 a in ; Johnstown aecomniodatlou 4.0.1 p in ; Hoiucwood accoiumiHlutioii No- I. h..Hl p m; I'lillailelphla express S..sl p in; Wull accommodation No3.:i.0."i in: Wall'a accoiiiimiMhitioti N'o 4 li nr. n m , I'um1 1.1 . 7.40 p ill ; Wall'a No 5, 11.00 p in. Tho Church Trains leavo Wall's Station every Sunday at H.05 a. in., reaching Pitts burgh at 10.05 a. iu. Returning leave Pitts burgh at l.-Mip. in., mid arrive at all's Station at 2.10 p. in. Cincinnuti express leaves dally. South ern express daily except Monday. All oth er Trains dully, except Monday. f or lurtlier inlorniatlon aplv to W. II. RECKWiTll, Agent. The Pennsylvania Railroad Comoanv will not assume any Risk for Ilaggnge ex cept lor Wearing Apnarel, and limit their rsponsibllity to Ono Hundred Dollar a val ue. All bimgago exceeding that a ount In value will Imi at the risk of tue ;ier. unless taken by special contract. A. J. UAShAl flenoral SnpTiiitendent, Altooaw Pa. PITHOLE VALLEY R'Y. O X AND AFTER Monday, June S, IS7J, xiaius win run aa iollown: TRAINS S0RTI1WARD. (TATIOHI. Oleopolig, Rsnnett, Wooda Prattlers Mill Pithole City Ko. 2. 10.23 m 10.38 " 10.S0 " 10.24 " H.OS No. 4. S.S p i S.'." ' 8.18 ' 1.1 2.S0 TRAINS SOUTHWARD. BTATIONS. Pithide Citv, Pralhers .Mill Wooda Dennett No. 1. 8.40 a ra K.4S " 8.58 " 9.6i (' 6a l No. I. l.I p oi 144 tv l.5rt 1.02 " 9 1A Oleopelia All Trsiiin mk rloas MnnuiUn. at OleoitoliK with traina on thaOil Creek Jt Allegheny River Railway, North and South. 1 Two Lines of Stages run dailv between Pithole City, Miller Farm anif Pleasant villo, lnakingconiioetion with arriving au.1 deiiurting Trains. J. T. 11LA1K, il. W1CK11AM, Bup t. Ticket Agent, Tithole City, r'a. . QTP A T1QQ' We have just luel O 1 1 VXV U UJ Waltlea in Two Vol" umas, price each in boards, $5 each in beautiful Walt.cs, worth ut least ff"b in wlin., i;.,-i, i a iimnnin l n during h'ln r-AVUlUlttot her ilbaloia he particular to abk fur Pktkbb' FpniON oif Ktual'ts' Waltzes, aa it ia tho only correct aud complete edition. Ad- Mnsio- Pnblialier, 699 liroadwav, Now York. - Nov. 12. SURSCRlIlKfortke Foret Republieais will pay. .