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r f Jc- -. ;v- :v:i:v. : - V BOROUGH OFFICERS. . lhtrgtni3. a. Dai.k. f.hmteiifK-n W. 1. Merollllntt, W. 11. Harlan, P. I. Thomas, 8. J. Woicott, Jen. Hovar1, Tell, f'ohlh Julirei the '-tro W. V. Moreilllolt, D. S Knox. lMMOeo. Haslet. &eirtnl niVftmn . D. Irwin, M. W. Tate, II. . Davis, 1). S. Knox, S. J. Wol rolt, Ij. I llnckett. FbRKST COUNTY OFFICERS. ,1 - - T'rfiulrnt JiulfieW. V. Jknkh. jMoei'trn Judyen3. A. TnorBn, As 1rkw (Took. Nhrriff'V. 3. V A (Iikskn. Trrnaurrr FltKn. (ii.Asstir.it. ' ffnthnnnlitril, RrgintrrA Rceorlrr,d-e. J. It. AONKW. rjnaminiioMr J ai'ob M Kiiril.l.lorT, T. I. CoM.lN, JollX Thomi'moK. , Oiuni.i .Yripcrmrmfriif S. V. KoHIIKR. ' IKntrirt AtinrwyW. W. MAsnn. Jur i) tSwnniincrit 1 KulioK Siooink, WM. PATTKnsON. Oniiify Surveyor W.I). InwiN. Oirmirr Jomiah Win AN. iioifi Auditor WM. CLARK, T. 11. Conn, I.. Waknkr, MtmboroJ Otngrt&t 10M Putrid C. 11. ClUTts. ,Attmbly3. IJ. I.awsoN. 7'(tiie o Traiut At TION EST A HTATIOX. on and after Monday, November 4th, 172: SOUTH WAttll. .Train 3 " 4 -. M Kor.rnwnD. Train I " 8 -ID 3:2.1 . in. n. in. oi.V) p. in. I:.VI p. in, 2:05 p. in. t::u a. in. Passengers will Iiavo to. understand Unit ""Northward," In tho table In iiom-m tho rlvcr, nml ".Sonlhwnrd" is Hit' river. Tiain l! and 20 arc mixed freight and no-, enumndutioii ; llio other uro passenger train. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Go to Carrier Scminniy fur good vdvuntngra. Severe cold in wlmt nils almost nil of our acquaintances. Sudden changes of the weather nre blamed for the prevalence of this form of the cjiizoo. 'Splendid Music Dopartmcnt at the Carrier Seminary. J. Kepler has moved into his new house at the. upper end of town. His goodj were brought across the first good ferrying and he is now settled permanently in Tionesta. A good and thorough school Currier Seminary. It will lie seen by reference to the "Time of Trains," that a niateiiul -change has been made in the same. YVe suppose the change is made to connect more closely with trains on the A. V. R. R. Spring term of Carrier Seminary opens March 211. A liorso belonging to I). ISlack died on Saturday lust. Mr. Black also lost a horse last full, during the prevalence of the epizootic. As stock is seldom insured in this region, when a horso dies it is generally a "dead" loss. The place to get an educntion Carrier Seminary. The ferry across the river at Hick ory Station has been purchased by Henry Church, who holds himself in rendhies to tuke passengers, teams, freight Ac, across the river at all Injurs of the day or night. , ' Dr. IYrshing and Dr. Hurt arc to mssist iu the Closing Exercises of Car rier Seminary, March Oth. There is no further news on the liridge question here, except that we are told that Geo. Hunter says ho will have a new bridge aver tho river by the first of August next. We fervent ly hope that George will prove a true prophet. The Carrier Seminary closes is i nresent term March 6th : onens sniino - term March 21. Send to president Hteadman for a r-;a"Idgue . Aiard coal has Leon inch a scarci ty in otir town since the bridge weut rpWu, tA averl of our citizens luive ihcen burning soft coal iu their hard ,coal stoves. Rut sauce the ferry boat .commenced running this has been tj emediedj aud now hard coal abounds. .Last week the ice stopped just Above the remains of the piers of the ;bridgc, and left a clear space of river below, sufficient to run the new ferry 'hoot through, and since that time busi ness has beau lively at the depot and .on the bot. At each passage cf the bou.t two teams sad wngatia were taken across. And the eud is not yet ; it looks as though this stato of things would keep up for the nexi sjx weeks i,f tie ferrying kcejis good. Wo don't observe, however, that muiiey is get ting any ploutier because of the iu .T,euse of bg.s'iueas. It might have been supposed, by looking at cur bare streets last week, that the sleighing was nbout played out in this part of the country, but wo understand that the sleighing is good all over the county, the enow in tho woods being over two feet deep. Should it come oft' with a rain, thcro will be such a flood as has not been s'jen in this part of the lumber coun try for several rears. On Friday evening of this wctk a bible, which has been purchased principally by tho wives and daugh ters of the members, will be presented ky them to Tionesta Lodge No. "00, I. O. (.). F. The wives and daughters of members are invited, and all those who have subscribed tl the bible, ar? invited present nnd bring along their husbands. Good speakers have been secured fur the occasion, and a good timewill undoubtedly be had by nil. V A petition is now in circulation praying our Legislature to pass a bill proVibiling strangers from fishing in that part tf the Allegheny River and its tributaries which are situated in Forest county, for sonic years. The object is to prevent fishermen from Pittsburgh and elsewhere, from coin ing up hero and scooping all the fish out of the waters about here with soiues. Were it not for the wholesale taking of fish by strangers, our citi zens might be nble to have a mess themselves, once in a while. Myers' Mill, formerly Light jcr's, was blown up ono morning last week while the bauds were at breakfast, con sequently no one was hurt. We un derstand the mill was almost entirely demolished. The boiler used in this mill was n vory old one, and was prob ably worn clear out. It wus indeed lucky that the explosion did lint occur while the hands were at work, else there might' have ,been several lives lost. Tho mill is to be rebuilt soon. Judge Rnardman ' has rendered his opinion denying tho application for a new trial for Stokes. This deci sion renders the. hopes for Stokes es caping -justice of no avail. This is made a lest case in New York, and society at large will rejoice that cold blooded murder shall not hereafter go unpunished. Now before nnother murderer who has influential friends is tried it would be a pious plan to so amend the jury laws that nn . intelli gent jury can always be had on short notice, nnd the expenses of all trials materially cut down. Mr. A. Mealy, living in the llud dleson settlement, nbout six miles south of this place, met with an acci dent on Thursday night of last week, by which ono of his logs was broken. Hearing a noise among the horse, ho went out to his barn and found one of them had broken through tho floor, and was fast there. Ho was going in to the stall, when the horso made an rllort to release itself, and got about half-way up nnd fell back again, full ing directly on Mr. Mealy' leg. The fracture was a simple one, and was re duced by Drs. Winans nnd Blaine. The patient is getting along finely and there is e'ery reason to believe that he will soon be on his taps again. If you feel dull.drowsy .debilitated, have frequent headache, mouth tastes bad, poor appetite, and tongue coated, you are suffering from Torpid Liver or "Biliousness," tuid nothing will cure so speedily uud permnntly as Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical discov ery. Sulci by all Druggists. 610. The bcit stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry nnd Silverware iu Utl City can bo foua at J. Wolf's. 1 eni!.c nt. Particular attention paid the repairing of fiua Wutchos. Or der by mall promptly attended to. A TliiuM .of Ui-Huly is a Joy Forrvc-rt but when beauty aud utility are com bined, as in the case uf tho Domestic Sewixu Machine, our lady friends will unite w ith us iu tho verdict that absolute perfection has been attained in this invention. Possessing advantages which can be found iu uo others and combining simplicity with strength, it is no won der that its large aud steadily increas ing salts have beeu unprecedented in the auuals of tho trade. Our lady readers are cordially in vited to call ond examine the beau ties aud advantages of this machine, nt No. 2i Sixth street, Pittsburgh. Marriago Certificates, Blauk Deeds, Lenses, Warrants, Hubnu-uas, Summons, Fxccutions, Warrants uud Jnfvrujaijor.", fur bale at thu oliice. tf Jury Litt for February Term 1873. iHANi .icttons. P. D. Thomas, Foreman, Tionesta Boro. Joseph (J. Daniel Black, Geo. W. Scott, Dale, B. J. Sctley. TionesU Twp. Samuel McClatchy, W. W. JnmiesoD. Harmony Fid ward Jones, Klliott, T. F. Jones. Hickory Ernst K ister, Wilhcrcll, J. S. Range, Win James Frank Forc- man. Green Gotleib Hinder, John Wc- n tit. Kingslcy Judson Cntlin, Michael Lrccht, Frank Reck. Bamett Scott Bell, James Bran- lion, An a rew uaigiit. Jenks Geo. W. Rose. Howe J. Casper. I'ETIT JLIiOKH. Tionesta l'oro. Jacob Wenk, John Bnxtcr, Max. Ililbronncr, Goo. Ilns let. Tionesta Twp. John Carson, Fred. Stitr.ingcr, Moses Mealy, John Hood, Jacob Smcarbaiigh, Geo. Iluddleson. Barnett John W. Irwin, Michael Dunkle, Samuel Irwin. Edward Kerr, Tcter Gadley, A. L. Seigworth Hickory James 'Shunk, Henry Glassner, Sahiucl Messnir, Scldon M Keifl'er. Green John Wolf, James Walters, Barney Contoy, William Myers, Au gust Winegarl, Daniel Mohny, John Flynn. Harmony Samuel Hawthorne, W. II. Combs, Daniel Clark, Thomas Sloan, Wm. Hawthorne, Wm. Howell, Joseph Barret, John Mclntire, Geo. Culver, J. II. Per.nell, Albert Homen, Andrew Larson, Henry Cassell Kinpsley Wm. Hooker, John F. Root, Darius Toby, Christopher Zeu-1, ,ll .li. ir.i.,... del, John Harrison Howe l'hilo Wingfield. Jenks James Whitelock Robinson it Bonner are Felling goods ot bottom prices, to suit the hard times. Go and sec them. 45 tf Job Printing. Do you want posters? Do you want hand-bills ? Lo you want business cards ? Do you want n neat bill head ? Do you ivant a testy letter head ? Do you want a nice visiting card ? If so, leave your orders nt the Re publican ofiice where they will be exe cuted in tho neatest style and on most reasonable terms. timberTandsTor sale. Over two thousand acres of fine Hemlock Timber Lands situntad 011 Maple Creek, near Clarington, this county, nre for sale at a baigain. Part of tho lands arc situated within four miles of Ciarington, 011 the Clarion River, and would be a fine site fn' an extensive tanner)- and ecw mills. Map and terms at thii cfUce. 2d tf W. R. Dcks. A'cip Atlrcrtinementa. A XOl $I.K(; IT A I IT OMAHA LOTTERY. TO KUKCT Til K NEBRASKA STATE ORPHAN ASYLUM To iii) Drawn in Public, Mar. ulst, 17:1. TkketH 5i. JCarh or Six for $o. Tickets soul by Express CO. 1). if desired. 1 (irand Cnsh Prize ... (ri.ooo 1 (iraud Citsh Pri.o ... -.Ti.ihki 1 lirainl Caeh Prize ... 1 ..i H to 1 tirnnil Cash Pii.o ... M.ooo 1 Cash Pi izo .... ,-,,000 1 Cash Prize .... 4,0W For balance of Prizes send for Circular. llns Legal Enterprise is endorsed Ellis' excellency liov. W. 11. .Ti;ll0S amt thc best business men of ;,, state. Ti'i0 ''I'1'10'1 '-'..imberofTiekets on hand will bo ..".iiiished thoso who npply lirst. rtOBSTs Wasti:d. For lull PHi'ticulars address J. M. PATTER, 4" 4t liuncral Munngor, Oniahn, Nob. N E B RAS K AGRJ S T ivTi L L rPIIE UHIST MILL at Nebraska (Eney A tuw'ii,) Foi(t county, hns lieen thor oughly overhauled and relitted in first class order, and is now running and doing all kinds of isTo 31 (j it i . d i ar a. FI.OUIl, FEED, AN I) OATS. Couslnntly mi hand, and sold at the very lowest titrures. 4jl-ihn 11. W. I.EUElti n. PROCLAMATION. WliKUKAs. Tliollonorablo W. P. Jenks, Presiileut Jmliio of the Court of Com mon Pleas and (Juarter Sessions in nnd lor the county of Forest, has issued his pre cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas (Juai-ter Sessions, Ac, at Tionesta, for tho County of Forest, to commence i,u tin; fourth Monday of Feb. next, being tho 2ltliilayof Feb., 1H7:I. Notice i therefore given to tho Coroner, J ustieesof tho Peace and CoiixtiiliU'M of Nid county, that llu y IkI then and there in their proper persons tit ton o'clock. A. M.. of wild dav. with their I rcisirds. iiiiiiii.sitious exuuilnatious and other reiiienibi'iiuces, ti do those things which tollji'tl' olliics uppcrtain to bo done, and to thoso who 4ioi:ud in roeognijtuco In proHcmilcngninst Lho prisonciv that nro or shall bo in tlie jail of r ovit County, that they bo thou and tin re o pi'osccnteaga!iil tlu-iii as shall bo just, (iivcu under my hand and seal this sll dav of Jan., A. ), jstj, T. .1. van ;ikm:, riirif. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIItTlTK of n writ of Alia Vendl. l-'x. ixKimd nut of the Court of Com mon I'li iis of l-'oro-t enmity and to mn di roHi'd, lliori' will 1 exposed to xiilo by Imlilii' veudiin or outcry, at the? Court loose, iu the borough of 'Tlonostii, on MONDAY, KKII, -J4TII, IS73, lit 2 oYlock l M., the following diM-rllicd real PMhito, to-w it i V. T. Neill nnd Joint Wilson vs. The West 1 1 ickorv Minlnii Association, Veil. Kx. No. -O, ' !. Tr. 17:1. McAli-stor .V Neill All tho rifrht, title, nnd Interest of Defendants iMlothn following tiactof hind to-wit: All that certain tract or piece, of hind in Harmony township, Forest coun ty, (formerly Venango), hounded and de scribed as follows : lleginniiig at n white oiik nenr tho II ickorvtown road, tin-lice north l-V west Inn perches to n white onk, llienco north 4" cast 4' perches ton while oak, thence south 44 perches toa hemlock, theni-o south H2 cast IJu perches to a black oak, thence south 1!K west pin ches to a black oak, thence north, 4-V west .HI perches to a black oak, thence south 4j west 4011 perches to the place of hcitiniug. ( 'outlining li. acres of Inml, more, or less. Kxcepting reserving out of the ulHivedes erilicd trnctncerhilu part thereof cmtaining 7'i acres boundiMl nnd deserilieil as follows: Hegiiinimr at n hemlock, nml thence south 47 west :W2 perches to n post, thence north 4l! west :4 1 perches to n post, thence north 47 cast 8.M perches to a p.ist, tlienco south IKIJ0 cast :i"i perches to placo of beginning. The last described pieco of land being known nnd designated on the uinii of said delendcnt ns Tri-t No it. Excepting Hlso one hnnilred acres on tlm west ends of Trncts Nos. 1 nnd 1 sold bv defundaiits to Win. ltced. bv articles of agreement. Also All that certain incssungo and tract of lan-.l lying and being In the said township and countv, bounded nnd de scribed ns follows : lleginning at a post nml stones, tlienco north K!l west along line of land formerly belonging to Win. Neill Tm pen-lies to a w hite. onk, thence north 1 east 74 perches toa imst, thence north HH west HO perches to a post, thence south 1 west bill perches to n white oak, thence north Wi west ll'O perches to a black oak, thence south 1 west 17 pur clips to a red oak, thence south 811 east I ."ill 7-10 perches to a pin oak, thenco n-rth 413 cast l'.Ci perches to a while oak, and thence by hinds of John White to placo of beginning. Containing Kl acres of land, more or liws, Excepting a certain trian gular tract or pieco of land out of tho nliovo described tract, containing (4 nnd aii-HKI) fournnd thirty-live one-hundredths acres, nml being taken from the sontli eateTii corner of Tract No. 4, as doslgnutcd on the limp of said defendants, and known ns tho "Triangular," nnil being formerly I jinn and othcin. Also All tlmt -ei I'""' tlu inessuaw conveyed by Neill uiul Vt ilson to f. fSclnl- crtaln tract or parcel of ;o mid iiiiprovomouts tliereop. eroctwl, situnlo in township uud countv aforosaid, bounded and described ns follows: beginning nt a post Iu tho lino of laud late of John Manrosa, thoncc by land late of Win. Milliml, north 74; west sl porches to a whitu oak, tlienco south Ul west US porches to a post, thence north (17 east H:i porches to a white oak, tlienco 2J west 1:12 pcrchon to a post, tlienco south S7 esl III porehes ton white onk, thence north 7 oast 1 is perches 11 post, tlienco north 8x west by vacant land .'si porches to 11 white oak, "thence Mouth west by vacant land 110 perches toa chest nut, thonce north NS" west by land of II. Foglo VM perches to a maple, tlienco oast HI perches to a post, thence north K-s west :w perches to a white oak, tlienco north -J oast 4:1 perches to a post, tlienco south Xrt oust :is perches ton maple, hence oast by vacant land 111 perdu a ton white oak, theiico south w0 enst by vacant land liis perches to a white oak, thonce north J cast "i porches to a post, tlienco Mouth hK east by land of .laincx II. Neill 1.11 por eh( to n chestnut, thence south li north by land of James Mclntire :l perches to a post, theneo north K west 71 perches, thence south 2 west l-V! perches, thence south NK" cast 71 perches to a pin oak, tlienco south 1'! east by land of John Manms above montined lis perches to a post, thence smith !;" west :t4 perchoM to the place of beginning Containing l!iis acres of laud, more or less. Excepting out of t lie last men tinned tract i!7 acres am I :id peichcs convi ved to F. l'ogle, Tho land to be sold being part of tho same pieiuises which John V. Manross and wile, by deed dated January (1, lsiij con veyed to the olaintills, Neill it Wilson in fee", anil Mold by said Noill it Wilson to said il-i'eiidants'bv articles of agreements, dated Nov. h, IH7ti. Taken in execution anil to be sold ns the property of Tho West Hickory Mining Assoeiaiion, nt the suit of W, T. Neill and John Wilson. Terms cash. T. .1. VAN OIESEN. Tionesta, Feb. 1, ls7S. Sherilf. SHERIFF'S SALES. 1)V VIIUT'E of a writ of Alias Tost. U Venditioni Exponas issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of WarrenCo., and to ino directed, there w ill bo exposed to sale by public vendue or outcry, at the Court House, in the borouirh of 'I ionesta, 011 WEDNESDAY. FEI1. 2il, 17:1, at 2 o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, to-wit s William Warwick for u..,. nf A. TV. Har ry, now for uso r,f J,)hu scullv, vs. The Haniior 0; Company, Alia 'Testatum vCVnil. Exponas, Xo. iii March Term, 1 S7:t, All the riuht. tillo. in Iciest and claim of thoilofendant of, ill and to all tho follow ing dosorilied real estate, to-wit : All that certain pieco or parcel ol laud situate in TioncMta township, Forest con nly, Poun svlvania, bounded on the south by lands Win. Hunter, on tho oast by tho Allegho nv river, on the north by land lorinoily oivned bv McCalinonts, and on the west by laud formerly owned by tho lirookl vn 4il Company. "Containing two bundled acres inoro loj loss, and which is more par ticularly described by mctc; nnd IkiiiikIs as follows : All that eerUiln tract or piece of land situate iu Tionosta township, Ve nango county, (now Forest county. ) Penn sylvania,auii bounded and described as fol lows, viz: lieginning at a post near a white oak, thence north 2i degress oust 1.V4 porches to a inaple.thoneo norih 1 decrees oast Ml perches to a post, tlienco sooth 211 degrees cast 27 porches to achostiiut, thence by residue of tract l.'i degrees west tvl por ches to a white onk, tbenco by tho Maine south 2 degrees est On pcreltoH to a post, tlienco by land of Win. Hunter aoutli l.'i deurccs west Kl perehM, tlienco by laud of Win. Hunter north 4-VV degrees west 117 perches to a post by a white oak tho place of beginning. Containing !7 acres, moro or less. Also All that certain other tract of land situate in Tionesta township aforo said, hounded and described lis follows: lieginning nt a post, formerly a white w al nut, on tho west bank of tho Allegheny Itivcr, tlienco by lands warranted iu tho jiauio of Adam Oak north 43 degrooa w est 40 perches to a post, tlienco by lands of Mr. lingua north 20 dugreea ost 14 perchca to a post, llienco by the same north 48 de grees west 12 perches to a post, tlienco north 2.) deirrecs west .Kl porches to a post, thence soiitn tii degrees west au perches to a post, llienco north 41 -logroos west, sj perches to a w hile oak, tlienco north 'Ml iloi-'i ees cast In I nori-hcn to a whito oak. thence south 11! degrees east 127 porches ton post, tlienco south 4i degrees west 10 perches toil post, theuro Mouth 4:1 degrce ent thirty perches to a post, tlienco nortu 4i! degrees east III perches, Ihenee south 4:1 degrees enst 'J07 porches to a sst, thence south II degrees west 4:1 pen-hen to n post, thenen Moulh 4SJ degrees enst 1I perches to n chestnut tree on tho river bunk, thence south II degrees west IH per ches to the place of beginning. Contain inir l:t acres more or loss. Taken in execution nnd to bo sold nsthe properly of Tho llanuer Oil Compnny, at the suit of A. W. Ilarrv, now for n so of John l. Scull v. Terms rash." T. J. VAN (flKSKV, l-'eb. 1, l7:i. Slierilf. Notice of Appeals. CoMMISSIOWKIIs' Orfll K ' KoilKsT Co., Feb. 1, 1H72. i VTOTICE Is horobv given that the Com ii niissioners w ili liu nt their ollb-e, on Thursday, tho l!7th inst., for the pnriose of hearing Appeals from tho Assessments mndc lor tho year A. I. l"7:l. Ilv order of Co. Commissioners, 4:l-lim 1). W. CI.AHK, Clerk. MKAI.KI ritOI0AI. ( 'OH M ISSION Kits' Ol- Kll'l-:, TlllNKHTA, Fokkst Co., Jan. MVrii, 1S7:1, I'A SF.AEEl) PKOPOSAUS Will lie roodved nt this ollloo until Tiiesdny tho Mth of February for tho purpose ot llurnishing and titling up an Iron I iridic across the Tionostu Croi-k on the piers now standing, said bridge to be :s feet long, divided in to three spans; the center span to beaboiit 142 fect, nnd two spans of nbout 71 feet each. Iliiililers to furnish their own plans anil spoeilieations. 1 lie t ouuty Comiiusstonors rescrvo tlic riglit to rojoct any or all bids, iiv order of tho Countv Coininissioners ll.'W.CEAHK, Clerk. TKIAIi I.I.ST FOR KillU ARY TEI'.M, 1873. John r. Proper vs. Clias. ltobson it Co. May vs. James T. Whisnor ct al. II. II II. II. May vs. John Miller ot ill. Koynl E. Scott vs. It. o. Cm son. James E. llrown vs. llonuett Iiobbs ct al. F. II. Ellsworth et ux vs. J. II. links. H.uilcl Hlack vs. The OvcrseerMof tho Poor of Tionosta ISorough. Elizabeth tirccn vs. K. C. Scott et al. P. Minnig A Co. vs, ieo. S. Hunter. Charles starrow vs. Eli llerlin and Win. A. Dusonbury, Win. Foreman 'for use vs. S. F. Hatch. 10. E. Davis vs. Alexander Wallace ct al. Margaret Mnlvin vs. Thomas Macct ux. E. II. Hoffman vs. John Fagumliix ct at, T. WiiiL'iicld ct nl vs. John A. Proper. Iicrnaril Mead vs. John W'lkius. l-'oster Farm Oil Co. vs. Owston it Sowoi s. H. I., llogan vs. ioo. Walters et al. J. II. AUNEW, Proth'v. Jan. 22, 1S7U. ET jfiaTBXljID WIN, IlKAl.KIl IN jixs, Bti:vi.vi:ns, AND A I.I. KINDS Ob' SPCRTING AND FISHING TACKLE, POCKET CI TLKll V, s 'tusotts, itr., it a TO r. A CCO AND CIGARS. RIFLES HADE TO ORDER AND WARRANTED. Repairing Locks and Fitting Keys A SPECIALTY. REPAIRING l. AM. lilt WCIIKIS NKATI.V AMI PltOMPTEY DONE. 14-tf TIDloUTE, PA. CROVER& BAKER h e: W I X U HI A IK I X K H . T.ie following are 'selected from thous and of testimonial of similar character, a expressing the reasona for tho prefer ence of tho C rover Jk linker MaehlnoK over all others. "Hike the Oroyer A Tinker Ma chine, iu the first placo, because if 1 hud any other, I should still want a Urover A linker; nnd having a (irover X linker it answers the piii-oso of all the rest. It doo a grenter variety of work and iaeiMier to iearn than any other," Mm. J. C. Cro ly (Jenny Juno) "I have hail aevernl years' expe rience with a (irover A linker Machine, which lias given 1110 great satisfaction. I think the irover it llakor Maehino in more easily managed, ami loss liable to get out of order. 1 prefer the (irover it Maker de cidedly." Mrs. Dr. Watts, Now York. "I have had one in my family for soma two years; and fioiil what I know of its workings, anil from the testimony of many of 111 y friends w ho use the a.0110, I can hardly aeo how uii.vthingeoiild ho more complete or give bettor satisfaction." M rs. lien. Ij rant. "I believe it In bo the best, all thinga considered, ol'any that 1 have known it is very simple and easily learned ; the Mowing from tho ordinary spools is a great advantage; thostitchis 'entirely reliablo; it does ornamental work beautifully ; it is not liable to get out of order. Mrs. A. M Npooner, IKI lloud St. lirooklyn. Tho tirover ami llakor Sewing Machine Company manufacture both the Elastic and lM-k Stitch Machines, and oiler the public a choice of tho best machines ot both kinds, at their establishments in all tho large cities, and through agencies iu nearly nil towns throughout the country. Price lists aud samples of sewing iu both klitdioM furnished tm application to T.J. VAN UIENISN, Agent, Tionesta, I'n. HILURONNER & CO., After thanking the people whoso kindly assisted In snvinir their pmperty from tho lire, wish to inform tho public Hint they 1110 icinln opened out and pnparoil to aell l! oik Is cheaper than eVer ill fact wilt aell their present stocknt the heaviest diacoiint ever yet ollorod in this section, after whinh they intend to remove their establishment, very greatly enlarged, up to the presmit business cent ro on Elm street, A laruo amount of goods daiungod.aoinfl very slightly by removnl and water woi.-if br xtiltl uf f.tni privr, CoiksiMting f FALL AND WINTER GOODS, I It V OOODN, Cloths, Hats, Cups, .Hoots, SI iocs, Ilosicryr C i lovow. Gents' Furnialiing Goods. L'NIiEltWEAH, EM liltO I I) E HIES. HANDK i:U( III EFS, CtUSETH, EACES, I.ACE i001S, Ill'TTONS, BUAIDS, TAPES ANl NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS, SIEK 0(Mt.lS, 11I.ACK, FANCY SILKS, A full lino of CARPETS: KAU, TlItUSSEEH, HEMP, INU IIAIN. Ac, Ac. A I-St MII.I.INEKr ANDSTltAWtiODriS,. 1 1 ATS, HON NETS, VELVETS,. VELVETEEN, IUISIIONS, FRAMES, OUNAMENTS, AC, ,C., AT KASTEHX ntlCES. Wo nrn pnopnred to pny iliehiglicst prh o for "WOOL, nii1'i:iii:i,tm a. iiiii:.s, Of. till kinds, cither In MONEY or tloada. We have iii our employ n FIKS T-CEAMH TA1 1.OIt, nnd keep constantly on hand a (iOOI) STOCK OFtiOODS, of host ipitlity nnd IntoNt designs, which ho will make up in 11 workman-liko manner and latest styles, lioodllts guarautoed or 110 sale. A good and complete stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Ahvavs on IiuimI. SUA'i'.li rLA TED WARl AXD JhWELKY, Of very superior tiuulity and latest de signs. ' HlLISUONNEEr Jt CO. :l'.My A,i:.VlS WAXTKDl ;2"UGK7r.jM!H6,,A...-rA 111 V LJf! i?F7-,3Sibr, SKWIN0 MACHINE AllOt'T lO.OOO Sold last year ; AIIOl'T 6 O , O O O This year ; And now being Sold at tho rate of 7 5,000 PEH YEA It. Tho "Domestic" supersedes others lie cause it surpasses them ill the every da service it renders, both in the work-simp and family ; and because it is cipmllv ueo iul for very lino and very houvy work. A Machine will lie turiiisliod (for tril) to rcsponsihlo parties with all instructor (without charge: upon application at our SVinerooins, 1 Hixtli Street, Pittsburgh. The "Domestic" has taken more premi ums this season than any other Machine, nml is specially reeoni mended for Family uso and Manufacturers, it is rimplo in construction, noiseless ami easily run. A large stuck of Thread Silk aru always oil hand. Address, THE "DOMESTIC" S. M. COMPANY, :;!i-2iii 21Siath Street, Pittsburgh, Tl Republican Office. K1 EEPS constantly on ham! a largo as- soilmcnl o Dlauk Deeds, Mortgapes, iSulipieuan, Wariauls, Stliuuiuus, Ac. to bo Hull cheap lor cash. tf. irwci i,-siiii