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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
i. C. WINK,
CDITOK 4 PROrdllTOK.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY in, I8W.
Tcrmii strictly cash In advance,
We are authorized to unnnnnra Ir. s s
Towler of Jenks township, as a candidate
i.m arbcihuij-, nunjeci 10 ltepuhlican
We are authorized to announce Calvin
M. Arner, of Tionesta liornuuli as a can
didate tor County Treasurer, subject to
We are authorized to announce John
R. ttageod, of Tioneta Rorough as a can
didate for County Treasurer, subject to
Republican County Committee Mooting-.
Tbe Republican County Commit
tee of Forest County will meet at tbe
Court House, Tionesta, on Tuemlay
evening, March lsf, 1808, (court
week), and all members of the Com
mittee are requested to be present
Among (he important business to be
transacted is the fixing of a date for
the holding of the Republican pri
mary election. Gu8 B. Evans,
Feb. 15, 1808.
The Crnitol Commission.
Auditor-General Myliu, and Si
lor McCarroll, two of the Capitol
Commissioners, resent the insinua
tions of Governor Hastings and oth
ers tbat there is any thought of job
bary in the erection of the new Capi
tol. Mr. Mylin says that the Gover
nor is trying to hoodwiuk the people.
"To many of the people," he con
tinues, "who have not kept close
watch on the legislation on this sub
ject and subsequent proceedings, are
not aware or probably have forgotten,
that the 'scheme' of the Governor was
to build five separate buildings.
"When done and all completed it
would have looked a good deal like
an Indian village minus the great
cnieitain. ihe estimated cost of the
architects amounted to upward of
83,000,000, which, with the experi
ence builders have with architects'
estimates, ought to be multiplied by
two to get at the exact cost, and
would exceed the cost of the proposed
icgisiauve ouiidiog with the two
wings added for departmental pur
He maintains that the idea of the
umnr i-uimuissiouers, to nave but one
building, and costing perhaps $1,500,
UUU, wotill be the most economical
and best in the end. He says he does
not think the Governor's plan to
build a 8550,000 capitol "will make
a creditable building, because it is loo
cheap, bull it may fire tbe heart of
the terra colta statesman."
Mr. Mylin tlien warms up and says:
1 spurn the idea and the intiraa
Hon that there were jTibs in it. It is
only those who have had experience
in jooocry tnat are so ready to cast a
stigma upon their peers and try to
blacken their character. For my
part, and I speak for my colleagues
as well as myself. We stand ready
io uave an Kinas ot jobbery invest!
Which is rather a startling iosinu
anon ior me Auditor General to
make. Punx'y Spirit.
In the injunction proceedidgs in
the Dauphin county courts, the Gov
ernor, and Attorney-General McCor
mick were defeated, Judge Siraonton
deciding in favor of the commission.
Tbe Attorney-General will appeal to
the supreme Court.
DeLome Takes a Walk.
Senor Dupuy DeLome, Spanish
Minister at Washington, has writ him
self out of a job, and is no longer in
business at the U. S. capitol. Mr.
DeLome wrote a letter to his friend
Canalejas at Havana, indecently c en
suring President McKinley and crit
icising his message to Congress, using
the following language:
Besides the uaturul and inevitable
coarseness with which he repeats all
that tbe press aud public opinion of
opain has Baid ot Weyler.it shows once
more tbat McKinley is weak and ca
tering to tbe rabble, and, besides, a
low politician, who desires to leave a
door open for tne and to stand well
with the jingoes of his party.
In less than twenty-four hours af
ter this insultiug letter was made
public thu offensive Spaniard was re
lieved of his office, and his resigna
tion, having been telegraphed to the
Spauisb cabinet, was accepted, before
Uncle Sam had time to get his boots
on aud help the oflVader off the grass
at tbe toe of one of them.
There U tome speculation as to
what effect this incident may have in
the matter of a probable scrimmage
between the Uuite States aud Spain,
but it is likely to pasa without fur
ther notice unless ihe Spanish gov
ernment 8houlL,hecuine insolent and
continue to uphold the deposed offic
ial in his insults.
The secoml trial of Leutgerl, the
Chicago sausage maker, for the mur
der of his wile, eoded in conviction,
and the jury fixed the penalty of life
imprioounjeut iustead of hanging. A
new trial has becu aked for.
ihe January customs receipts
were double those fur August. Steady
gams are one of the leading charae
tcristirs of tli Dingliy law.
The United States is now reprv
eenled by Ambassadors to London,
JJerlin, Paris, Rome and St. Peters
burg. Tliey carry more weight than
before in the diplomatic woild, and
are granted a prompter hearing at
Japan hns under construction four
immense battle ships, ten large cruis
ers and twenty-three Urge torpedo
boats, which will make her navy the
third largest in the world. The Jap
inese fleets will have something to
ssy about future affairs on the Pa
cific. A correspondent sa rs that Tom
Watson, who will he the Populist
vnuuiuuio ior governor ot ueorgia,
has defended nineteen cases of capital
crime and cleared the prisoner in ev
ery case except one. Mr. Watson's
silvery voice seems to be less effective
with the voter than with the juror.
Iheke is evidence of the rank
Congressman Arnold takes in nation
al councils in bis late appintmentas a
member of the Republican Congres
sional Campaign Committee. Al a
caucus of the committee held in
Washiugton last, week new members
were choseu from the delegations of
various Slates, one additional mem
ber being taken from Pennsylvania,
and tbat was Mr. Arnold. His
friends applaud the distinction and
consider the selection well made, as
Mr. Arnold is a good campaigner, an
ingenius student of public situations
and his political beliefs are Republi
The Democratic papers are reioic
ing over the exclusion of American
truit rrom Germany, and are hoping
that there is truth in the story that
American wines and horses will also
be shut out. They were jubilant
r ... I r
tew jeais ago wnen uermany pro
hunted tbe importation of American
pork, bacon and lard. Anything
which is calculated to injure or dis
credit the country always brings joy
to tbe Democrats. Their triumph in
tbe present itistauce, however is like
ly to be very short. If the German
Bundesratb's resolution does not re
strain the German customs officials,
action by the American Congress will
Ibe interdict is a surrender to the
German producers and dealers
want to secure a monopoly of
market, as that was which shu
American pork. This time
United Statee, if the unjust discrim
nation is continued, will, through its
customs laws, strike back. Globe
Tlon.'Nta Summer School Begins May
l lie work of this Summer School will
be a review In the branches in which each
person desiring to teach must pass an ex
aminotion before the County Superin
1 union. f.) por term. Two pupils
from one family, $4 per term each. For
full information address.
R. N. Speer,
Sealed Bids for Erection of School House.
Tlie Board of School Directors of Kings-
ley lownsbip, Forest county, will re
novo oOTiini uius ior me erection or a
school house at Mayburg, in said Town
snip, until February 22d, 18S8. Plans
and specifications may be seen at the of
fice of the Secrotar v of tlm Rosnt w v
Jones. Newtown Mills, Pa., with whom
urns snouiu ue nieu. The board reserves
me ngni lo reject, any or all bids.
J. B. Carpenter, Pres.,
W. F. Jon eh, Secy.
Newtown Mills, Jan, 28, 1VJ8. 2-2-3t,
You can got it at Hopkins' store, tf
Children and adults tortured hv burns
scalds, injuries, oczema or skin diseases
may secure instant relief by using De
Witt's Witch llazol Salve. It is the great
pile remedy. Heath & Killmer.
Do yon appreciate irood
work? if no oatronize the
Steam Laundry. Miles A Armstrong,
A fow months airo Mr. Bvron l.-.ror..
of Woodstock, Mich., was badly alliicted
wnti rheumatism. His riirlit leir wan
swolen the full lenirth, causing him great
suffering. He was advised to try Cham
berlain Pain Balm. The first bottle of
It helped him consideralil v and the
ond ell'ected a cure. The 25 and 60 cent
sizes are for salo by (i. W. Bovaid.
What ulcasure is the r in lif u.-iiK a
mill I ii I iniiuiiAuu 9
I housunds experience them who could
become perlectly hoaltuv by using Do
Vitt's Little Karly Hisers, the famous
tittle pills. Heath S Killmer.
A tlil'ill of terror is pinnrion, tv,onn
brassy cough of crouy sounds through
the house at iiMit. Hut the i.,rr,.r .......
changes to relief after One Minute Cough
Cure has been administered. Kaf and
harmless for children. Itealk dt Killmer
There are three littla thi
more work than anv other Huou
tilings created they are DuWitl'a Little
Karly Kisers, the last being the famous
little pills for stomach and liver troubles.
wm iv niiiu.er.
Honest goods at bargain prices,
odd lots tiud refuge here. Milea t.
I have iiiven Cliaiiiberluin's rv.m.i.
Remedy a fair test and consider it Oltn .if
the very best remedies tor croup that I
have ever found. One dose has always
been sultlcient, although I use if. freely.
Any cold my children Contract vil,l
very readily to this medicine. I
seiciitiously recommend it lor croup and
colds in children. Ueo. K. Wolf, Clerk
of the Circuit Court, Fredonia, Fla. Sold
by U. W. Bovard.
A tier year of nntnld mi ffc r i n lt from
piles, n. W. Pursoil of Knltnersvlllo.Pa.,
was em eu ny nxinff a mnuio iiox ot Do
Witfe Witch I lintel Salve, hkln riiaeasoa
such as erzemn, rah, pimple and obsti
nato sores are rcndilr cored by thin fa
mous remedy. Heath Killmer.
Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredrickstown,
Mo., was troubled with chronic diarrhra
for over th'rty years. Ilo had become
lully satisfied that it w as only a question
ofa short timo until b would have to
give up. He had been treated by some
of the best physicians in Europe, and
America but got no permanent relief.
One day he picked up a nowsnapet and
chanced to read an advertisement of
( hamberlain m Colic, Cholera and Diar-rhu-a
remedy. He (rot a bottle of it, the
first dose helped him and ita continued
use cured him. For sale by (1. W. Ho
vard. Have Von uot '.r.00 7 Have von trnt
tW.OQT Have you got lloO.OOT If so, why
don't you deposit it with the Conewango
ldiildinir yan Association Association
of Warren, Pa. Thcv will nay yon fl per
cent, per annum Cash Dividend, nnvnhln
semi-annually, and you can withdraw
your principal in full at any time after 6
months. - fi-5-lv.
We are anxious to do a lima com! In
this world and can think of no nlcaanntnr
or bettor way to do it than by recom
mending (ne Minute Cough Cure ana
preventive of pneumonia, cnnsiimntlon
and other serious lung troubles that fol
low neglociad colds. Heath Killinor.
Whooping couirh is the most distressing
malady, but Its duration can lie cut short
by Ihe use or One Minute Cough Cure,
whi"h Is also tlio best known reined v for
croup and all bingand bronchial trouglea.
mum . iwimier.
Til I A I, I.I.ST.
List of causes set down for trial I II tlio
Court of Common Pleas or Forost County,
Pennsylvania, commencing on the Fourth
Monday of February, 18118;
1. John Confer vs. L. Hammond, M.
Crosby, doing business as Hammond,
Crosby ,t Co., No. 4, May Term, 18SI5.
Appeal by derenpant from" J. P.
2. Soth C. McArthur, trustee under the
will nf Aimer Hammond, deceased, vs.
Tionesta (ias Company, No. 44, August
Term, 18!i". Summons in ejectment.
3. Caroline L. Hoysradt et. al., vs. Tio
nesta Gas Company, No. 45, August
Term, 18ti7. Summons In ejectment.
4. Dodd, Mead A Co., vs. W. T. Hart,
appeal by pi if from J. P. No. 58 Febru
ary Term, 1897.
5. 8. K. Church vs. W, J. Foreman,
executor, summons In action of assump
sit. No. 0, Fob. Term, 1898.
6. The St. Albans Mfji.Co., vs. Tionesta
Mfg. Co., Limited. Summons in action
of trespass. No. 1. Feb. Term, 189S.
Attest, JOHN H. ROBEKTSON,
Tionesta, Pa., January 81, 1898.
Notice Is hereby siven that the follow
Ing accounts have been tiled in my office
aim win ue preseniea at ine next term o
court for confirmation.
r irst and linal account of Jamb Mer
cilliott, administrator of Dp.isy I. Mercil
liott. deceased, of MarienvMle. Pa.
First and final account cf Jonathan Al-
baugh, administrator of Mary E. Surena
deceased, late of Hickory Town-bin P:
J. H. ROBERTSON, '
Clerk Orphans' Court.
Tionesta, Pa., January 31, 1898.
THE OLD RELIABLE
TIONESTA, - PZNN.
S. S. CflNFlELD, PROPRIETOR.
Good Stock, fiood rsrrlar.es a.., I rti.
gies to let upon the most reasonable torma.
win alto UO
All orders left at the Post Otllce will
receive prompt attention.
W hkkkas, The Hon. Charles H. Noye.
President Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for
uiocoiiiuy 01 forest, Has issued his pre
cept tor holdingaCourt of Common Pleas,
Quarter Sessions of the Peace. Orphans'
Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for th
v nil, uvui uiiti iHrm nnr miri i nrm i
ounty 01 sorest, to commence on the
rouriii xiionuay or February, being
the 2sih day of February, 18ilS. No
tice is therefore given to the Cor-
unur, justices or uie Peace and Con
stables of said county, that they be then
and there in thoir proper persons at ten
o clock A. M., ol said day with their
records, inquisitions, examination, and
other remembrances, to do those things
which to their otlice annerijiin tn i,0,i,...
and to those whoare bound in recognizance
to prosecute against the prisoners ihat are
or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that
they may be then and thore to prosecute
against them as shall be just. Given un
der my hand and seal this 24th day of
.laniiunr 1 It Iliili
f KAN K P. WALKER, i..s. Slierilf.
Onice i .fc 7W National Hank R llililitlir
OIL CITY. PA.
Eyes examined free.
Excl usi vel vptical.
etrect Oct. 10, 1897.
Trains leave Tio
nesta for Oil City
and points west as
No. 31 Buffalo Express, daily
-'fP'u'jJay 12:00 noon.
No. bl Way Freight (carrying
passengers), uauy except
Sunday i.tn ...
No. 33 Oil City Ex j ress, daily
vaihii iiimuy 7:40 p. in.
For Hickory.Tidioute.WHrien Ii.,-,.,
Bradford. Olean and the Kst '
No. 30 Olean Express, daily
"'',oPt u'y 8:45 a. ui.
No. 32 PitLsburir Ex n res
daily excent Sundav i-io ,n
No. 00 Way Freight (carrying
passengers to Irviueton) daily
r.jii ouiiuj u:ooa. m.
Get Time Tables and full i.,iv,h..,uii.,
from W. H. SAUL. Agent. Tionesta. Pa
K. BELL, Gen'lSupt.
J. A. FELLOJVS, 1
Gon'l JKsenger A Ticket Agent,
General offlee. Mooiiev-lii il.u.,.. ui.i
Cur. Main and Clinton Kts.. HnMulo N v
, HAZt LTINE
tfJte WOOLEN MILLS.
.'tS?'-,V. Warren. Pa. 1
Make T wand..
and Yttrrm of pure
wimiI, without sliod
dy, rlurkii, wiist or
any uiinlurv wUiuv
COUNTY AUDITORS' REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1897.
JAM KS II. FOX ICS, Treasurer, in account with Kornnt Countr for (ho year enrllns
1 ...... ICMli)
To bal. from settlemant of 1898 $!2(oM 94
I o im't from J. P. lines ill 00
Io am t rrom land rednmptlnn.. 142 24
Toam t from C.H. Murphy tine 33 00
To am't from sain of barn" 3.1 00
To am't from J. Bander Jurors'
board bill 13 00
To am't from A. Uilflllan lino.. 8(H) 00
To am't from A. Uilfillan costs.. 873 (HI
To am't fioin Jury fees R 00
To am't from License foes 142 50
To am't from Harmony Town
shipbuilding fund 29 07
To am't from Tionesta Borough
Poor account m 2i5
Toam'tfromUreeiiTp.Poorac't 130 60
To am't rrom State lax on per-
sonai indebtedness 500 47
To am't from State tax returned
on personal indebtedness 400 95
To am't from Alien tax 1897 10 01
To am't from unseated tax, 1897 0,0X7 28
To am't from seated tax lor 1897 17,798 M
To am't from seated lands re
turned for 1890 cii m
To am i from 00 day list for 1897 68 (0
To am't from Int. on unseated
lax for 1890 281 22
To am't from 6 pr ot. added to
Coll'rs' returns A Coll'rs ao'U 270 12
Tobalanc I 'S IS
JAMES II. FOXES, Treasurer of Forest
" Hi.IU,IUH Olf
nvivnina ior toe yoar
To State tax on indebtedness of
Forest Countv t ii no
To Mercantile tax 050 00
Io billiard and pool tax 800 00
To peddlers' license 16 00
JAMES II. FONES, Treasurer, in aocount with the Redemption Fund for the year
. Dniliii Jammer Q luua
Tn lial fi.i.i .AltUmA-i n r imui t... . n
iw; . j . . .. . . LC"T'- v iw
To am't ree'd from individuals 215 25
mi, 9i0 44
To balance $524 36
JAMES II. FONES, Treasurer, in account with T.tnonr t.i..oi.. r... i, 1
10 License foes $ 750 00
""""J i. tunw ireasurer. in account with Una tvi T. r. .. ji
To bal. from sottlornent ot 1897..$ 200 00
To Dog tax for 1897 172 50
nij no mo year euning January 3, ltsys.
To orders drawn $ 307 06 By fees t
FRANK P. WALKER, Sheriff of Forest
To orders drawn 1,210 80
f 1,216 86
. . .... uisinci . Aiiornoy or sorest County, in account with Forest Countv
ior tlm VHr anilliiff T.ni..... n t .o J
.v, mam. , 13 UU JJy COS 134 00
W. M. COON, Commissioner of Forest County in account with said County for the
year ending January 3, 1898.
To order drawn - $ 630 91 By 154 days al $3..V) per day f "39 00
WII1TEMAN, Commissioner of Forest County, In account with said Countv
for the year ending January 3. 1898.
To orders drawn $ 484 49
V 4S4 4 1
HERMAN BLUM, Commissioner of Fbrost County, in account with said
for the year ending Jaquary 3, 18!t8.
To orders drawn $ 482 83 By 129 days at 3.50 per day $
By expanses allowed
..?yotl'OU,n0rsiBn-e(,Au1itolJof Poreal County, do hereby certify that wo mot
at the Commissioners' ortlce in said County, according to law. ami did audit and
,. T.i i. , , , r""uri rroinonoiary, Sberiif, District Attor
ney, and the County Commissioners, for the year ending January 3d. IS93. and we
found the same as set out in the foregoing report. In testimony whereof we havj
hereunto set our bands and seals this 14lh day of January, A. D 1898
J. R. CLARK, sisal)
M. K. ABBOTT, bkalI County Auditors.
Attest, J. D. DAVIS, Clerk. FLYNN, U,jJ
EXPENDITURES of Forest County for
Assessors ior iavt aua V 1,570 93
iiguiiuiil J.Ui;l tf4
sneritt s lees.,
Commonwealth costs 910 41
Express and dravaue
County Auditors' Clerk
rip statt ,
fuel and Lights 283aVo
Jury fees ,
Hoarding prisoners at Jail
Repairs to Court House, Grad
Tobacco for prisoners
rvHsiuug loruau n 8j
FINANCIAL STATEMENT of Forest
Am't in hands of Co, Treas'r... .f 10,702 80
uue irom reen 1 'p ui 60
" Hickory Twp 580 37
" Howe Twp 398 08
" Tionesta Boro 08 75
of seated lands returned... 512 72
of liabilities over assets 22,639 78
FOREST COUNTY, ss.
Pursuant to law we. the underslirned
the 'foregoing exhibit of the rweipU and
ending January' 1st, 1'K
lstt 1M'U W Inuua n.
C. M. W H
Attest, j. T. DALE, Clerk.
COUNTY OFrtjREST, ss.
The Commonwealth of J'ennsulvania to the
Whereas. August Johnson did on tlm
29lh day of July, ls7, prefer a petition to
our said Judges of the said Court of Com
mon fleas lor said Couuty, praying tor
the causes therein set forth, tiiat he might
be divorced from the bonds of nilltrilnnn v
entered into with you, Theresa Johnson.
We, therefore, command you, the said
Theresa Johnson, that, setting aside all
other business and excuses whatsoever,
you be aud appear in your proper per
on beforn our Judges at Tionesta, at a
Court of Common Pleas there to be hold
for the County of Forest, on the Fourth
Monday ot Febrnajy, 1898, to answer the
petition or libel of tlie said Auuiist John.
sou and to show cause if any you have.
why the said August Johnson, vour hus
band, should not be divorced "from the
bonds ot matrimony, agreeably to tbe
Acta ot Assembly in such case made and
provided. Herein fail not.
Witness the Hon. C. H. Noyea, Presi
dent of our said Court, at Tionesta. the
oth day of January. 1898.
J. U. ROBERTSON,
117 Rat 4M
iy main treasurers receipts,
poisons! Indebtedness 6,r4 87
riy mate Treasurer receipt".
County Indebtedness 104 00
By bonds redeemod fl.ooo 00
By interest coupons redeemed.. l,7'Zri 00
By seated land returns for 1890.. B14 08
ity exonerations for 1890 375 83
My collectors' percentages for
194, '95 and '90 4.7 44
By Collector's nercciilat-es and
abatements for 1897 729 42
uy pr et. com. on 17,725.00,
nonas and coupons 309 00
uy pr ct. com. on f 17,803.48
orders 712 14
uy 1 pr ct. cam. on $500.47 Stat9
By amount to balance 10,702 80
County, In account with the State of Ponn
ending January 3, 1898.
By printers' bills (Mercantile
Appraisement) 1 03 33
By amount uncollectible 64 00
uy o pr ct, com. on f 1,006 63 30
By Stale Treasurer's receipts 018 64
uy amount to balance 78
I 1 . ft
y am i paid individuals t 207 77
By 4 pr ct. 00m. on 1207.77 8 31
By amount to balance 524 36
By County orders redeemed
' , . . ."vviinwT 1UI JCHI CI J 1.1
ing January 3. 1898.
By am't paid Jenks Townsuin. s 228 00
By am't paid HoweTownship.. 57 00
By am't paid Barnett Twp 67 00
By am't paid Tionesta Boro 228 00
ny am 1 10 county account 142 60
uy 0 pr ct, commission on f750.. 37 50
n - - - ivi .uu viiuiug
3. 18 IS.
By orders redeemed $
By 4 pr ct. com. 011 $308.53
By am't to balance
of Forest County, In account with
Ounty, In account with Forest County
mft wnuiinijr o, low,
9 407 35
By prisoners' board A turnkey
fees 604 00
isy expenses allowed 203 01
a 1 out ut
. uii nil. . 11 , low,
uy expouses allowed 97 91
By 129 days at $3.50 per dav $ 451 50
By expenses allowed .". 32 99
3 48'i 83
the year ending January 1st, 1898.
Sheriff Osirood. costa
Court A uditor
Western Penitentiary 200 48
rrotu y Arner
S de Walk ,
Flag lor Court House
Aiucgueny work House 6111
Attorney's fees joo 00
Maple Creek bridge 991 30
Hickory Bridge 1,600 00
tombstones for deo'd soldiers... 45 00
Foundations for setting cannons 40 29
Board lor Jury 13 00
r.xpense uom rs convention 27 11
Township Election Houses 175 82
Warren Insane Asylum
Collectors' Commission 1894. '95
MUt ....1 'n-7
Tax on loans
County bonds redeemed
. . ...
County for the year ending January 1, 1S9S-
Bonds outstanding 35,000 00
expenditures of said Countv forhe vpV
..,.,lu un.l m... 1 " . .
u sgnia 1111
EVER HADE 11
Ceo. Walkinioa a Co.,
V v Chliadelphla.
SERPENTINE ELASTIC STAY
47; -nt ? c. . .:.'.ig at the aides near
t 'c A iiiiiplo remedy
-. 1 . 1 .omes a long
MILES & ARMSTRONG,
Keep Out of
WHAT Y Oil
TO GBT.SQ&EED : ' "
x Simply invest in a lot of watered
stock, but if you want to buy the best NIIOIX at pop
ular prices, fSIIOIN that are right in every detail
N1IOISS for Men, Women and Children, we can just
show you what you desire in this line ami at prices be
s low all competitors, style and quality considered.
DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU
'PHONE 34. - KEPLER
In Wall Paper
are verv ef
feciive wheu ued in larL'e rooms In
the average room, a rich design of
solid color, with maybe a sprinkling
of little figures iu contrasting color,
is tne proper tnmg. 1 his is not the
place where you come in and say,
"I've got a room, eight by ten feet
and ten feet high How much wall
paper will I need, and how much will
it cost?" Before we sell you a wall pa
rter we want to find eut several Ihinoa.
- .... ..... B.
It is a more parlicalar way, n better
way and in the end a cheaper way.
We BBandle thft
To be found and our Stock is
rtltmoW 31; -
A. U. Kelly,
A.-Wayne Cook, " a. W. Robinson, Win. Mmeai bauBh,
N. P. Wheeler, T. F. Ritchey. J. T. Ualo, p. II. Kelly.
Collections remitted for on day of pryment
ers an the bouents oonsistont with conservative b kini. lntoreat jiiid on time
deposit. Your patronage respectfully solicited.
CLOTHING, DrU GOODS, NOTIONS,
WARE, STATIONERY, CANNED GOODS, CUTLERY.
JEWELRY, TOBACCO, CIGARS.
BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECIALTY !
GOODS OF FIRSTCLASS QUALITY IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. 1
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TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR OOODS.
Ihe Rul !
to ihe Times!
, " I the hpBt Irimmeil and besi fitting
C olhing for the least money. We linve bought just such
Clothing from some of the host hotues in the trade, and
are prepared to show you ni rare bargains, as were ever
shown in Tionesta town or any other town
idly, regreltihg your appearance,
but come to us aud see what we can
do for you in the way of clothing.
We'll give you the full value of your
money and we will fit you as well as
HAVE SEEN OUR STYLES
BLOCK, - TIONESTA, PA.
JHpays Complete and of the
the Market Affords.
- T(0NSTA VA,
at low rates. We proniibo our custom
HATS, CAPS. GROCERIES, QUEENS-