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WEMMUT HORMO, JINE 10, ISTI.
nonouGH officios. ' Tttirtte M. Ittki., Jn. (tonne" men- H. J. Woleott H1mn, J. 10. Rliiine, ). 8. ll'Hid, J. A. I'ropor. Justices nf the Were W. I' knox. J. S. . Moroilllott, I. N. Knox. (m.itntlr II. Rwni;irnrt .Srinn lUrrctnrs 1. S. Knnr, II. Tin, K. J. Woloott, H. H. Haslet, Kelly, l. Clark. O. J,i A. JJ. FOREST COUNTY OFFICIOS. President JudneW. P. JrifKS. Assneintg Judges J. A. I'norKR, An- IM4KW I'lMlK. tthtritr'V. J. Van rttiixKN. Trtnturer FrkD. Ol.AxarfBR. I'rotlmnniary, Itrgisttr iC Jloconlcr, rc J. II. AnNKW. (ynnmiinnfr-T, D. Cnl.t.INS, John TlloMrso, J AS. K. Cl.AHK. . unlv .ViiiTiHTmlriif !S. K. Hoimiin. UHstrici A ItnrneuS. P. lawi. .Ahi w lVmmi.xi'onrs J .vs. Kihs,Wh. rAT-r'r.nsow. f Vm)I(.v Stirrrinr 3.D. InVl!. roiir M.'lTTKt., .In. (n(f,i 4 KrfiVoi T. It. Comi, I.. War tmi, . Jamif.sox. Member n I'utigress 1!VA Dislriel-C. II. Cciitih. y isemlil; -Ma rti M ,YV 1 1. LI A u. 77 me- o Train At TIONKSTA STATION, on nnd after .lime I, 1ST I : iHlVTIt lT CLASS. Train ?i - 7:12 p. IU. 2n class. Train no .... ll:OSn. m. " M . - 3:28 p. m. KOHTII llT CLAIM. . Train 2t - - - 8:28 p. ni. In rt.Ax. Train 81 - R:.Vi a. m. " M - - f:05 p. in, On the Kiver Division i. c. from Oil City 1i Irvinetan, up tho river Ih North ; down tho river, ftoiilli. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Notice. There will be a meeting of tlio citi zens of 'lionesta nnd surrounding couutry, tliis (Wednesday1) cveniHg, in the Arbitration Room of the Court House to take into consideration the proper observance of July 4th. The mIiovo rail in published at the request of ionic of our citizens. , Go to Tones' Drug Store for Soda Wuter gotten up in good shape. Mrs. J. M. Sharp, of Mansfield, )., is visiting at Mr, II. II. May's for four weeks. Michael lltcl, Jr., is steadily im proving bia lot on Vino St., and will probably build in tho-course of the vummcr. A few Huir.ilo suckers were epcar during I heir Into advent on tho riffles . of the river. They aio a largo and bony crertturo, which eat very weil. Mr. McKay's residence is assum ing proportions, and now looks as though it would, when finished, be a MitjsttuitUI and well -proportioned edi liij.i. Mr. and Mm. W. A. Greaves and laughter arc at prcscut in town, visit ing with Judge Dale. There is one more of tho family than when they were lust hero. Tito Scientific Club of Allegheny ' College are at present on an excursion at Chautauqua Lake. Geology and fishing will probably occupy most of their atlrnlion. The broadest kind of broad bi im -d hats nreanuch in vogue among the .young men of our r';l0C- I'1 "oiuc i-tanecs tho wearer resembles a hair pin under a toadstool. Tho OJd Fellows' Home in Mead ville, was dedicated yesterday. A huge body of Odd Fellows marched in the procession through the city. Tho cere monies were very impressive. In the lititler Judicial District, .McCandloss was nominated over Mc I utik.ii) by forty -sewn majority in the -convention., iheso gentlemen were 'candidates fur Republican nomination Little onions are a very salable article at present, and just after dinner the atmosphere is laden with tho pun k'ent perfume from the breath of those who have b;e:i fortunate enough to lay in a supply. Kly, the spouler, is spouting iirouud in an energetic maimer, and iso (Hitting up a lew Jiuhtning roils Tor those who aro so attractive, or pos ess so rnucii electricity that they are .liable la draw lightning. Peter Anderson, a man work'ui" on Dithridge's mill, fulo.T tho trestle Avork to tho ground, a distance of twenty J'cet, alighting on his head and khoulder. A plank from tlio trestle olrutk him ju-t after ho struck the earth. .Strange to my he is not sciious ljMiijurcd, in 1.1 will prubably be at work again ihurlly. Dr. ISIainc was called and administered the proper iipplicaliuii.-. A prnscnlation of a Bible to Yoho- hama Lodge, I. O. O. P., at Licking- ville, Clarion county, took placo on I'liursdiiy, the 4th hiBt., at 2 o'clock. At the hour appointed fiit tho ceremo nies a, goodly number of tho citizens f tho surrounding section were in attendance, members of the order from neighboring lodges poured in ; the hall wan filled. Tho order of exercises were appropriate, and os follows : First, Frnyer by tho llcv. Martin.of Scoth Hill, followed by the opening ode sung-by tho audience standing. Second, Introductory Address by Samuel D. Irwin, Esq., V. G'., of Tio- nesta Lodge So. 869. Third, premutation of tho I'.iblo in behalf of the Ladies, by Samuel Urcnaman, of Clarion Lodgp, No. 250. Fourth, Reception address by M. Ittel, D. D. G. M., of Forest county. Fifth, Closing address by Rev. J. W. Martin. Sixth, Closing ode rendered by the entire audience. These who attended seemed to enjoy the occasion, as It was bo ituprcssivo as not soon to be forgotten. New candidates aro announcing, and new combinations are forming, Politics livens and politicians move around rapidly. Great fo.pefilics! The only fault is that the people nt lnrce do not take eobuzh interest in them. Kvory American should be a politician not in tlq common accep tation of the word, bnt intimately ac' quaiutod with nil Hint concerns tho country at large, and as the right of suffrage is given.a Republican form of government for tbo purpose, of ruling themselves, aud righting their wrongs, all should endeavor to be politicians enough to vote intelligently upon all subjects. , A terrific hail storm passed over a part of Clarion; county, embracing Clarion, LJensbtiig, anil Kcidsaurg Some of the hap stones were said to have beca as lrgo as a common hens egg. Allien liainage was aone to crops, .... i and wiudows were smashed in withont any regard Xo propriety. A bolt of lightning struck tho liouso formerly ccupicd bj Sam. Young,-of the East Urauy Imlcpcndcnl. Ami now we suppose all of Clarion and part of Armstrong county will mourn because Sam. did nut still occupy the dwelling, and rep oe just where the lightning struck.) Tlio political cauldron g heating but is not yet on the Jjoil. The wealh er is so hot, just now, that we suppose the politicians do not feel liko adding more heat to the atmosphere. In the course of u montli or six weeks, no matter where the mercury stands, the canvass will probably bo at least 100' in tho shade. This state of 4liing wilt continue until after the Primaries "then f'nall tlio wolf liu down with the lamb, And the lion and the young kid together," and the Republican caudi dates will. sweep the board as usual. It would be humiliating foraper son to know that his advent in a cer tain place, miles from home, wasasig nal for a general scattering of those at whose houses ho might be expected to atop for diiiucr. Yet we understand thai such af incident actually occur red. this yodi not lay up against tho "ecatterer.," but rather against those who are diposd to force their company and appetite upon those who are happier without them. Chief Justice Agncw, Judge Hen ry V. WiHiasis, of Tioga county, cx Attorney General J'.eiiiaruin Harris Rrewster, IIo William A. Wallaco of Clearfield, Hon. Y II. Playford of Fayette county, Attorney Geucral Samuel K. Dinitnick and Hon. A. T, McClintock, of Luzerne, havo been appointed by Governor Hartrauft Commissioners to propose amendments to the New Constitution', under an act of the late Legislature, ' The suburbs of a hail storm pass d over thi place yesterday af.ci noon A gentleman ivho came down the riv er on the 3 o'clock freight, says the storm was terrible at Hickory. All tho windows on one side of tho car were broken. Some of tho liail-stoucs were as large as a man's fi.t. The storm had the effect to cool the air, hut the people would rather bear the hot weather than to have tho hail de stroy their crops. Tho Treasurer's Sales commenced on Monday last. They were and are well attended, and tho lands seem to bo bringing good prices, Th Treasurer, Mr. Glu5iicr, m working early am lair, and will undoubtedly have the figure all oUaiglil a- ll.c -saL' piucixdi. Mr. Robinnon, of lh firm of Rob inson A lionncr, lias a "clean snot recipe for killing potato bugs without injuring tho plants. The man from whom he got it, last year raised 120 bushels of good sound potatoes to the acre, in a region where the potato bugs lid most plentifully abound, and his ucighbors' potatoes wer nearly all eaten up by the vermin. Air. K. bought tho recipe, but will give it, free of charge to bis customers. Tho Tioncsta Literary Society has secured the Court Room for the pur pose of giving a strawberry and ico cream festival, which will take place on the evening of the 24th inst., if we are correctly informed. Tho proceeds are to be put into a. Library, which shall be free to tho members of tho society. It is hoped hat large profits sill accrue, and that a largo and se lect library will be the result. J. Edgar Thompson, President of tbo Pennsylvania K. R. Co., who died something over a week ago, left a will providing that the bulk of his fortuno should be applied to the raising and educating of female i)tphans of em ployees of tho Penpjf. R. R. Co., who have beorj killed or died while in the pay of, the road. A wise and charita blo disposition of a large fortune. Jas. B. Nicholson, Grand Secreta ry of the R. W. GraucTIiodge of Penn sylvania, I. O. O. P., will deliver a' lecture in Tidioute this evening. The ubject of the lecturo will be "The history, aims, and nature of Odd Fel lowship." The proceeds of the lecture aro to be devoted t the Library fund. No doubt several members of Tiones ta Lodge will attend. On Saturday last, Win. Rice, who was working on Murphy's job on Jug Handle, met with an accident which will lay him up for several weeks. In some way a log caught his foot, and rolled over his foot and ankle, bruis ing and spraining the parts in a fright ful manner. No bones were broken but the hurl is at least as bad. Dr. Blaine attended the case. Two directors of Kitigsloy town ship each hired a teacher for tho Sum mer term of the Newtown school, one securing the services of Miss Emma Arncr, and the other those of Miss Dawson. Both teachers were on hand "at tho time for opening the school, but on seeing the state of things Miss Ar ncr resigned. We are under obligations to M. Carpenter, photographic artist, for A couple of pictures taken on Decora tion Day. One l a group consisting of tho Pleasantville Band, and the other the procession as it halted in front of the Presbyterian church. Mr. (J. is right at homo on out-i:oor groups or landscape pictures. A man called Prof. Stayton, g:ive an eutertainmcnt at the Presbyterian church on Monday eveuing last, con sisting of a lecturo interspersed with panoramic views. He had a fair aud ience, and we understand that the en icrtainmeut was superior to any thing of the kind which has visited our place for a number of years. lJavu buiUting is at length in position, and is resting on its founda tion. lliat buildine has been on lU trip from the bank of tho river to its present location, a length of time which would enable a practical trav eler to tnako a trip around the world It is finally "rcstiug at home," however, which is a cause of geucral rejoiciu On Tuesday of last wck a couple of drinking parlies met ou tho street in Parker's, and a rsnv ensued, during which a man named Daniel Em me was snot in tna aouomcn, by a man named Thomas Hill. Tho wounded man is uow pronounced out of danger Ten of the parties engaged in tho row were arrested. On Monday last we not'.ced the familiar faces of Messrs. II. II. Stow, of Knox. Clarion Co., H. S. Bates, of Titusvillc, and C. L. Hauna, of Hick ory, all of whom were probably hero for the purpose of attending tho Treas urer's Sales, or visiting thoir friends. A woman named Mrs. Ella Thom as, residing in Titusville, on Thursday last, took several doses of morphine, evidently for tho purpose of causing death. Notwithstanding everything possible was done to save her, she died on Friday lust. A terrible fire occurred in Con nentutville on Tuesday of last week, which destroyed about fifty buildings and burned over fifteen acres of laud. Several families aro left homeless, aud j the hs fools up over liHi(0y. Dr. Borland, Dentist, of Frank, lirl, will visit Tionesta on Thursday, 18lli inst. OfUce at Central House. Will remain three days. 2t From various sources wo karn , that there is a strong probability of a most excellent fruit crop this year. If this prophecy U filled, It will, in all probability be attributed to the grangers. Mr. Albert Grove had another attack of cramps on Monday last. When in them it required four stout men to hold hire in bed. He is up and around now, and we hope be won't have A repetition of this sickness. B. L. II. Dabbs, the celebrated Photographer, No. 46 Sixth street, Pittsburgh, has intoduccd an entirely new picturo called Portrait Glace, is much more beautiful than the Porce lain picture, perfectly durable, and much cheaper. Ono of the most im portant requisite in getting a" good picture Is to have a good and natural position, and in giving such Mr. Dabbs excels any one we know, and that is likely the reason of his doing the largest business of the kind in the city. . 10 4t Special Notice. All persons having unsettled ac counts with J. B. rearsall,of Claring- ton, Forest county, Pa., are hereby notifitd that settlements are requested on or before the first day of July next, by nolo or cash. As no account will be permitted to run over this date without settlement of the same, those wishing to save further trouble will please take notice. Jas. B. Pkakhali. Clarinfflon. June 8. '74. 10 ot Wool ! Wool ! ! Wool ! ! ! Take it to Robinson & Bonner ; they pay tho outside price, am' sell goods very, very low. lOtf Horses and Cows for sale. Orders from a distance solicited. 3tf D. G. IIuntkr, Tionesta, Pa Land Plaster and Lime at Robin- sou & Bonoers. lOtf Robinson & Bonner stock of Wall Taper. have A full 8tf New Millinery Store. Mrs. N. E.- Stevens has opened first class millinery store, where can bo found a full assortment of Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Straw Goods, French Flowers, Ornaments, tc. All fresh and new. Sales room same build ing with Stevens Shoe Store, Tidioute, Pa. 8-tf Largest stock of Stoneware and Ouecnsware in Forest county, and at lowest prices, at- Robinson A Bonner's. Stf A CARD. Having purchased tho stock and business of Mr. N. E. Stevens in tho Boot and Shoe trade, I call especial attention to my largo stock for spring and summer wear, which are uow be' ing sold cheaper than ever. Special inducements to customers from a dig tance. D. C. Gillesne, Successor to N. E. Stevens, first door above Chaffcy's grocery, Main St. Tidiuute, Ta. 8 4t Papa Baldwin, at Tidioute, has the most extensivo and best selected lot of Fishing Tacklo thjtt we have ever seen in a country store, And at AstouUhingly low prices. 4 6iu Tho colored Address label on each paper shows the date to which tho sub' scriber has paid, thus Thos Turner If 74, signifies that Mr. Turner has paid for his paper until March 1st, 1874 The mail list is corrected weekly. By con suiting tho address label every subscri ber cau tell how his account stands. Our accounts go back no further than tho 1st of Jauuary, '73, tie ac counts previous to that time being payablo to the old firm. The old sub scription book is yet in our hands, and our receipts will be recoguized by the old firm. tf. Make money fast aud honorably $12.50 per day, or 875 per week, by at once apply lor a territorial right (which are givcu free to agents,") to sell tho host, strongest, most useful and rapid selling Sew ing Machine, and Patent Button Hole Worker, ever used or recommended !y families, or buy uoo for your owu lue ; it is only 85 Sent free everywhere by express. Ad dress for particulars Jerome B. Hud ; ton A )., Cor. Greenwich A Colt j landt Sis., N. V. 2j0iu Job Printing. Do you want posters ? Do you want hand bills ? Do you want business cards? Do you want a neat bill head ? Do you want a tasty letter head 7 Do you want a nice visiting cord t If so. leavo your orders At tho Re publican office where they will be exe cuted in tho neatest style aud on most reasonable terms. TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. Over two thousand acres of fine Hemlock Timber Lands situated on Maple Creek, near Clarington, this county, are for sale At a baigain. Part of the lands aro situated within four miles of Clarington, on the Clarion River, aud would bo a fiuo site for an extensive tannery and saw mills. Map and particulars can be seen try apply ing to the editor of tins paper. We are short the following num bors of the Forehx Republican, and our files are incomplete without them : Vol. 2, No. 29. " 8, " 6. " ' " 15 it if ii 23 This nancr is marked vol. 4. which is wronc. but tho date of the paper is Sept. 13, 1870. i Vol. 4, No. 26. " " " 28. These papers are very necessary to us, and if Any of our subscribers have them, or any of them, And will bring or send them in, they will confor t great favor upon us, and will bo liber ally paid for their trouble. lhe lightest running .Machine in the world is the Grover & Baker, at least Baldwin, of Tidioute says so and ha knows. 46 ly yew Advertisements. In pnrdiianco of an Ret of tho fJenoml Assembly asKl the 3d duvof April, ISM and suleiiiont SpplementH passed tho llth ilnv ol April. iKiii nnd l74. tno sun- scriber will ho at tho following named plnce for the purposo of collecting taxes for llio venr 1874. All taxes not nnid on or before the nrxt tlay or Angwtt, lnd, ten per cent, win no nuacvt lor collecting : Unmet township. Cookbunr. June 1(1, from 9 a. in. to 12 to. Clarington, June IS from l p. in to 7 p. in. Jenki township, Marion, Juno 17, from On. ni. to 3 i. m. KiiiKWy township, Juno 19, at tho store or Whoclor ac ousoniiiirv. Green township, Juno 20, at tho house of lj. Arncr. Harmony township, June 22, at the store or J. l. Kungo. Trunkeyvllle, juno J, at I'eterson h. Hickory township, Juno 21, at the store or T. j. isow nmn. Tionesta townsiiip, Juno 25, at Court Ilniiue. Tionesta borough, Juno 2ft, at Court House. Howe tow nship, Juno 20. at P. rook ton at tho store of lieore Pond it Co. FRED. OLASSNKH, Treasurer, Way s, 18,4. Allegheny Valley Rail Road AND niter Mondav June 1. Trains J will ruu av follows (Philadelphia 1 1 mo ) s Trains leava Oil Cltr for Pittsburgh 2:15 p. ui. 8: 20 p. in. nnd S:3o a.m. arriring at rutKDurgn nt iu:uu, 3:iu p. m. ana 0:iun, in. Trains lcnvo Pittsburgh for Oil City at 7:-0 n. m., 1:00 nnd 8;30 p. nt., arriviug in Oil Citv at 2:33 a. in., 8:15 and K:05 p. in. Trains leavo Oil City for llnffalo at 2: 1.1 p. m. 6:20 p. in, arriving in Hufiutlo at 8:.Vi p. in. 1:10 . in. Trains leave llullulo for Oil City t 6:05 a. m. and l-:2." p. in. arriving at Oil City at 2:00 p. m. and 8:03 p. in. All trains givon above run through from Pittsburgh to IHillalo and return, without change of cars. Train run on Philadel phia time, which is '!0 minutes faster than Pittuburgh time. The time at liulVulo it L. S. it M. H. H . v time whieh is 28 minutes slower than Philadelphia lime. Oil City Accommodation leaven rtrady's Bend at 0: 10 a. in. arriving in Oil City' at 11:50 p.m. Leaves Oil City at 5:0.1 p. in., arriving ut Brady's Band at V:l,. p. in. At Ked lluuk Junction this road eou with the Kastern Extension which runs to Ileynoldsvillo. J. J. LAWRKNC E, T. M. KING, Geu l. Sup t. Ass't. Sup't. LAST CHANCE l-OU AN EASY F0R TUNE! FIFTH AND LAST GIFT CONCERT IN AIL) OF THK PUBLIC LIBRARY KENTUCKY JULY 31st, 1874. LIST OF GIFTS. One grand cash gift 6O,000 One griuid eusli gilt I00,0o0 One grand easb gilt 75,000 One grand i-aKli gilt 60,000 Ono grund cash irift 'J.'i.OOO 5 ea,sh gifts, Jl!0,000 each, 100,Oo0 10 caxh gifts, 14,000 each, 110,000 15 -mn 1 1 gills, 10,000 each, l.iO.Ood 20 cash gifts, 5,000 each, lOO.noO J cash gilts, 4,000 each, 100,000 30 canh gins, 3,000 each, M),noo 50 ctuih gills, 2,000 each, 100,000 100 cath gift, 1,000 each, 100,000 210 cash gifts, fiOOoach, lr.o.OoO 6o0 cash gifts, JOO each, Ao.ooo 10,000 can 1 1 gifw,. W)caii, !iO,(KX) Grand total 2,0o Gilts, all oah, f.'.'iOO.OOO PKK KOFTU KLTSi Whole Tickets ... Halve. - . - ;,0 no 2 " 00 Tenths, or each Coupon 11 whole tii ki lx lor '1- l-i tjekuts lor - . For Tickets or information, 5 00 ,r,oo (hi l.ouo oo address T1IOK. i:. IIKAMI.KI I K, Agent and MauaKcr, Public Library lliiilding, Louis ville, 1 v., or TIH'S. II. IIAVS.d'O., Laslmi Agents 00! I llloadwsv, New York. I" II Dr. J. "Walker's Culifbrnia Tin tgar Bitters aro a purely VcgctaW preparation, tnatlo chiefly from ilia tm tivo herbs found on the lowr muses M tbe Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor nia, the medicinal properties of which aro extracted therefrom without the ueo of Alcohol. Tho question is almost daily asked. ''What is tho cause of tint unparalleled success of Vinkoak llir TKitst" Our answer is, that they remor tho cause of disease, and tho patient re covers his health. They aro the prent Hood purifier and a lifo-g'iving principle, a perfect Itonovator and Invigwaior of tho svstem. Never boforo in tho' history of' tho world hiM S medicine been compuitmleil possessing ths rsnisrksbl qualities of Vi.xko.vr I'.ittkks in henlinr Uwi sick of sverv liena nnvn i heir te. Ty aro a gentlo Piny.nivo as well u Tunic, relieving Conpcuinii or Iufluimiinn M ths Liwr auU Yieccial Organs in liiUuns Disentes The properties of Dr. WAtxitn'a Tinkoaii itiTTRRS are Aperient. Diankoretia, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretia. Beilaiive. Cunnter-Irritant Sudorific, Altera tive, sail Auii-liilioui. 'Jv-ntaFnl n'ltnnmitiila nrivlsim Vrf- koar Bitters tho most wonderful In Tipnrant tbst ever sustained tu sinking system. V No Person can take these Bitters according to directions, aud remain long unwell, provided their bones are not de stroyed by mineral poison or other means,, and vital organs wasted beyond ropair. '. Bilious. Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers, which aro so prsra Icut in tho valloys of our groat rivors throughout tho United Stntcs, especially those of tho 'Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennosscc, Cumberland, Arkan sas, lied, Colorado, Hrazos, Hio Grmrtta, l'earl, Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah, Ko anoke, Jamos, and many otbors,- itki their vast tributaries, throughout our entiro country during tho Summer ami Autumn, and romarkably so ilurinjr sea sons of tintiKuaV lietit and dryusss, nra invariably accompanied by extensive do rangcnients of the stomach, ami liver, and other abdominal Vincent. In tlioir trcatmont, a purgative, exerting; a pb'. erful influence upon tlieso various tt gans, is essentially necessary. Tlioi . is no cathartic for tJie purpose erj'ml r DR. J. WAI.KKlt'8 VlXKOAIt HllTlrllE, ns thev will spoodily rcmovo the dark colored viscid matter with UieU tk bowols.nro loaded, ut the sa'r.q thxi stimulating tho secretions of tho Uv-sr. and generally restoring tho uca'iitr functions of tho dignstivo nrirnne. " Fortify the body iisair.Kt dtxef. by purifying all its lluidsnith YiXKri.va H'ittehs. No epidemic ran ti.ktt lvrl of a system thus I'ore-arnicd. Dyspepsia or Iiidieslin;:. Head ache, Pain ill tlio Shoulders, Coi!,;)i. Tightness of tlio I'heM, Dizziness, t'ur.r Enictations of the Stomach. I'.ad Tiii- in tho Month. Uiliiir. Att:iPk:, IV!pi?. tation of the Heart, InMaiiiniatiuu of i!m Lungs, I'ain in the region of ilm Kt4 noys, and n hundred other painful !iv toms, aio tho ofTspiins of D.vci-v, Ono bottle will piovo a better guurant of its merits than a lontliy ;.ihe;!i. raent. Scrofiiln, or Kind's Evil, v.hin Bwellilips, L'lcpi!', i;n iiclrt-, .' '.icl...,l Vri. Goitre, Sprnlnlmn liillainiiviti n . lii.l .'. 'it Jiillamiiiulioin. .Meieiii-iiil AIV.-ciion. OM f-urus, Kriiplii'iis ef the .S!Jn. Sum Kyu.. nt--. Ill Ihc.e. in in nil ullit-r t-iiiistii in ui;.i l, eawis, U'Ai,i;i:u'ii Vinicoau IlnvriNs , fhewn lliuir grriit cui.uno mcri in 1H4 aiot ubilin.Hu and iutrarlaMo c.i c--. For lnllaniiiiotory and C'i;;MiiU Ithetiniatisiii, fiont. Hiliois. Kn.iit. tent and Interiniltent Fuvci-.s. i'e:r;v tho llloiul, Livtr, K!iii.:-v mi I I'ImIi'. .. these liiltcra have iih ioiiJ. icji sre caused hy Viiiuted i!lml. Meihaiiiral Diseases.- rwm caged in Paints and Mineral', such xa l'liiinlicrs, Type-i'tter. (iolil l'sir. Miners, as thuy mlvaine in hie, am .ui.j. tk tu parnlysU of tlio Iioel. Tu xiu:4 againut I lu, tail) a dosn of 'aw..,i' KU.VH Uittkhs ocraioiiallr. For Skin Diseases, Kriptionr., 'ii ter, Knll-ltlienin, l'lotchc. ;n.-. iitip!'. I'listules, liiiil, t'mliiuii le--. liii.K Mm Mil. ricalil liend, Soro Ky. Kryipia. Itifc. Ecuiis, ltikcnloralioiiK of tliu ,c!, 11:. IJiru.eK Slid Discaon nf lliu Skin of uliali-vr u.nei er uatiire, are literally 1I11.T 101 mil ri'i-.l out of the system 111 a bhoit lime by t!n ef tlica Pi i ters. Tin, Tape, and other Vh.i t-it, ltukiui- ill tho k nteui ol .11 ma :v llu.ii.na.l', Ira ejjocrtimllv Aettroyed anil ivnanir.l, smtaiii of iiiciliiine, no veruiiliis' . n na thchninitius will lice the .y.uiu lieui , liko thusa Hitters. For Femalo Complniiits. iHyomyt er old, nmmed or iiiglt, at ilieilann of miinhooil. er tlio turn of life, thuwi Hitters display so decided an inlltuMiie liiM iniprorsincut is coon percepiiMe. Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whew- rer you liml its iinpuritirs Ui.hIimr ihn.Nf a tl.c skiu iu I'miplus, Ki upti.nis. ur Ssrui ; cleanse it when you find 11 nbstrui lud 4 lupgish iu tlio TL-iui: di suse it uliru it 14 foul; yoar feolilip will tnll yon nrhnn. Ka the blond puro, wild luu brail!, of Ui m will follow. IV. II. M.DOV Vl.l) A .. Dnif s iiU miJ lifii. Aj;U..Smii l''n-.uir.. l.'ivJIir-vta. ad tfnr. of VVa.luiirluii uii.l l.'lmrll..i si... a V. kuld Uy all lim((ll aaul l.sl.r.. IN THK BOROUGH OF TIONESTA. Apply ioGKO. . SICKLES, 79,NaiauS., Hew Tork City.