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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
l. WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 30, 181W.
BOROUGH OFFICERS. A
Surge. K. C. Heath.
Cbunei fmen. Joseph Morgan, 8. Fit
nnrald, Wm. .SmoarbariKh. J. T. Dale. W.
F. Blum, Jam. D. Davis, L. J. Hopkins.
Justices of the Peace C. A. Randall, S.
Constable fi. 8. Cnnfield.
Collector F. PAmsler.
School Directors (i. W, Ilnleman, L.
Agnew, W. A. (.rove, H. Jamioson, J. C.
Soowdeu, Patrick Joyce.
FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS.
Member of Congress Wm. C. Arnold.
Member of Senate Wm. H. Hjk.
Assembly J. E. Wesk.
President Judge Charles H. Noyks.
Associate Judges Jos. A. Nash, A.
Treasurer James H. Fones.
Prothonotary , Register fc Recorder , te.
John H. Robertson.
Sheriff'.-' Fhask P. WXikeb.
Commissioners W. M. Coon, C. M.
Whitrmav. II EnM an Blum.
County Superintendent E. E. Stitzin-
District Attorney S. D. Trwtn.
Jury Commissioners J. B. Carpen
ter, Geo. D. Shields.
County Surveyor J . I). Davis.
rtu-nrnm .1. W. Morrow.
Countv Auditors M. E. Abbott, J. R.
Clark, R. J. Flynn.
regular terms of court.
Fourth Monday of February.
Fourth Monday of May.
Last Monday of August.
Third Monday of Novembor.
itithwft T.nnflK. No. 309. T. O. O. F.
A Meets every Tuesday evening, in Odd
Fellows' Hall, rannage uunums.
vitjwkt I.niE. No.
184, A. O. U. W.,
A Meets every Friday evening in A.O.U.
W. Hall, Tiouesta.
TASWTNflTON CAMP. No. 420, P. O.
W 8. of A., meets every Saturday eve
ning tn A. O. U. VY. Hall, Tionesta.
CAPT. GEORGE STOW POST, No. 274
G. A, R. Meets 1st and 3d Monthly
o ..Ar.ir.fr in AAcli month, in A. O. U. W.
riPT ovriRnE STOW CORPS. No.
137, W. R. C, moots first and third
Wednesday evening oi eaen inoniu, m a.
O. U. W. hall, Tionesta, Pa.
mmwMTA TRTIT. No. 1B4. K. O. T.
1 M.. meels 2nd and 4th Wednesday
evening in each month in A. O. U. V.
hall Tionosta, Pa. r
p M.CLARK, w
.ni ntoxKTfiT ATTORNEY. Office, cor. of
im inii ltri.h.A streets. Tionesta. Pa.
Also Bu-nnt for a number of reliable
Fire Insurance Companies.
x- T' RTOGTNS. M. D..
J . Physician, Surgeon A Druggist,
J W. MORROW. M. D.,
Sure-eon it Dentist.
niffnA onil Residence three doors north
of illotol Asrnew. Tionesta. Professional
calls promptly responded to at all hours.
D. BOWMAN, M. D.,
Fuvsiclan x surgeon.
. . Office In building formerly occupied by
Dr. Nason. Call promptly respoiiueo to.
night or day. Residence opposite Hotel
DR. J. C. DUNN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Heatlr & Killnier's store,
Tinnasta. Pa. Professional calls prompt-
Iv rcsnnnded to at oil hours of day or
LX L. AGNEW. Proprietor.
This hotel, formerly tho Lawrence
House, has nndorgone a complete change,
and is now furnished with all tho mod
ern improvement. Heated and lighted
tlir.Micrlimit with natural iras. bathrooms,
hot and cold water, etc. The comforts of
guests never neglected.
KJ H. W. HORNER, Proprietor,
Tlnnsela. Pa. This is the mostcentrally
located hotel in the place, and has all the
modern improvements. No pains will
be spared to make it a pleasant stopping
nlaea 'for itho traveling public First
class Livbry in connection.
West Hickory, Pa.
Jacob Bender. Proprietor. This hotel
has but recently been completed, is nice'
lv furnished throughout, and offers tho
finest and most comfortable accommoda
tions to guests and tho traveling publio,
FANCY BOOT A SHOEMAKER,
Shopiu Walters building, Cor. Elm
and W alnut streets, Is prepared to do all
Kinds of custom work from tho finest to
the coarsest and guarantees his work to
give perfect satisfaction. Prompt atten
tion given to mending, and prices rea-
T F. ZAHRINGER.
J. PRACTICAL WATCH-MAKER
nd Jeweler of 25 years' experience, is
prepared to do all work in his lino on
Hhort notice and at reasonable prices,
Always guarantees satisfaction. Watch
es, Jewelry, V,c, ordered fur parties at
the lowest possible figure. Will be found
in tho building next to Keeloy Club
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
HARNESS. COLLARS. BRIDLES,
And all kinds of
HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.
BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST.
All work pertaining to Muchinerv, En-
iriuea. Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit-
tinirs and General Blucksmituiiig prompt
ly done at IjOW Rates. Repairing Mill
Machinery given xpeciul attention, and
Shop in. rear of and just west of the
baw House, Tidioute, Pa.
Your patronage solicited.
FRED. G RETTE NBEHGER.
1 1 HMET &
C. M. ARNER & SON.
Fike, Life axi Accident
Iks uiia xce A a ekts
. and . -
REAL ESTATE EROKEPS,
North American. - -
Orient, - - -Phill'a
Titles examined and "Briefs" prepared.
Farms, wild lands, houses and lots for
sale or rent. Particular attention paid to
the collection of rents, interest, Ac. Also
to the proper assessment of lands and
payment ot taxes. Leasing and salo of
oil and gas lands a specialty.
t'hnrrk and Mnbbntfc Krhoiil.
Presbyterian Sabbath School at 9:45 a.
in. : M. E. Sabbath School at 1U:IX) a. m.
Preaching in M. E. Church every Sab
bath evening by Rev. R. A. Huzza.
Preachina in the F. M. Church every
Sabbath evening at the usual hour. Rev.
F. W. McClelland, Pastor.
Services in the Presbyterian Church
every Sabbath morning and evening,
Kev. j. v. McAnincn oinciating.
The regular meetings of the W. C. T.
U. are held at the headquartors on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of each
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Oil markot $.77.
Yon can got it at Hopkins' store, tf.
Easter neckwear at Miles A Arm
See the "Parlor City" shirt at
A A rmstrong's.
Harry Klinestiver was down
Tidioute over Sunday.
Miss Sue Magill, of Tidioute, is
guest of Miss Sarah Anderson.
If you have any carpets to buy, try
Hopkins before you buy them. It.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bow
man, on the 21st insl., a daughter.
Miss Rosa Hunter is home from Clar
ion Normal to spend the Easter vacation.
Wanted. 1,000 ladies, gents, misses
and children to buy shoes at Hopkins'
Will Klinestiver of Sheffield is spend
ing a short vacation with friends in this
Miss Blanche Hunter, teaching the
Buck Mills school, was home a few days
of last week.
No back numbers. Up-to-date neck
wear lor up-to-date peoplo, at Miles A
Armstrong's. ' It.
R. J. Butler has returned from a
winter's sojourn with his son-in-law at
Edlngton, N. C.
Hopkins is offering special induce
ments to carpet buvers. Take a look
thoro before you buy. It
Hopkins has his spring clothing in
and ready for inspection. Call In and
see what a few dollars will buy. It.
The Pennsylvania National Guard is
in readiness for war with spain. Penn
sylvania could whip Spain single-handed
and alone if the lob were let out to her.
Hon E. G. Wheeler of Portville. N
Y., was the guest of his brother, Hon. N.
P. Wheeler at Endeavor, a part of last
week, The gentlemen were visitors to
Tionesta last Thursday.
There will be no preaching sorvices
in the Presbyterian church uext Sabbatli
morning as tho pastor will hold commun
ion services at Endeavor at 11 a. m. He
will preach here at 7:30 p. m.
Dr. Siggins of Oil City and formerly
of Tionesta has rented the south half of
P. T. Withorop's new double residence
on Washington stroot botween Central
avonuo and Main street. Titusville Her
-Having secured the services of Mr.
Thos. O'Shea, artist, we beg to announce
that the Sires studio, Tionesta, will be
open Friday and Saturday, April 1 and 2.
All work will be promptly attended to.
Call and see him. It
-To-morrow this usually wild and
wooly old month Marches out. Talk as
you like, but the old spring terror has
been on his good behavior this year,
and we all take back much that we've
said about him in tliojia.it.
The Cochranton Times says common
sheep woro sold at a publio sale in Wayne
township, a few days ago, for fS per head,
and the cows offered eacli sold for $10 or
over. And yet we continue to hear that
nothing the farmer raises brings a fair
-New vegetables and tropical fruits
arriving at Amsler's evory day and fine
variety they are, too. A stock of nice
groceries, canned goods, etc., always
fresh and wholesome, and sold at lowest
prices. Call or 'phone for what you
George Armstrong having completed
a very nice job of plastering on Kor
Heath's house, the paper bangers having
linishod their part, and all things being
completed, Kory is moving in this week
and hereafter will toast his shins by his
own gas fire.
All the lumber and timber "pulled
out" for the lower markets Monday
morning from tho mouth . of the creek,
where a number of Allegheny fleets had
been lying all week awaiting a lower
staga of water. Most of the lumber be
longed to the Watsou Lands Company at
S. J. Campbell is moving back to his
former abode in the Bigoiiy residence,
and J. F. Proper will occupy that part of
the Forest Houso vacated by him. Dr.
FraukS. Hunter, who lias purchased tho
Doutt property, is making some altera
tions iu the house and will move iu soon
as fiuished. Fred Davis will occupy the
Canfield house which Dr. Hunter will
Mrs. J. W. Landers, of tho millinery
firm of F. Walters d- Co., will return this
week with a largo line of the latest Paris
patterns of spring huts, whickt will be
displayed ut their Easter opeuiug of
spring millinery, Thursday, Friday aud
Saturday, April 7, 8 and !. This popular
firm is making an ell'ort this spring to
trive their patrons the opportunity of
securing just as fine millinery as can be
had in any large city. Tho stock is com
ing in now, and the ladies of this vicinity
are cordiully invited to come and inspect.
Remember the dates of the opening
April 7, 8 and 0. It.
Spring plowing is mnUing sinie head
way between showers In this vicinity.
-The W. R. C. will hold a social at
Mrs. Agncw's on Friday night next. All
are cordially invited.
Master Earl Knox, for a week past
very critically 111 with brain fever, is
now slowly improving.
The foundation for Prof. Armstrong's
new house is completed and the wood
work will begin instantcr.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Gaston returned
yertcrday from a ten day's visit with
friends in Crawford county.
New things In neck dressings, all the
new things in pretty patterns and delicate
colorings at Miles A Armstrong's. It.
Men's shiils are having a big sale at
our establishment. Now styles and new
patterns at 50c. to $1.00. Miles A Arm-
Several choice voltmies wore added
last week to the May Siggins library at
est Hickory, the handsome gift of Mr.
Egbert Wheeler, of Portville, N. Y.
Your money will buy more Bhirt
goodness at our store than any other
place in Forest county. New stock just
in at Milos A Armstrongs. It
Goorge Weant has returned to Tio
nesta from Grand Valloy, after a two
years' sojourn, and has moved into Ja
cob Smearbaugh's house across the creek.
Mrs. Alice II. Siggins, county presi
dent of the W. C. T. U., has appointed
MiBS Nannie Morrow agent for the coun
tv to secure subscriptions for the now
book, "Tho Beautiful Life of Frances
E. Willard," written by hor private sec
retary, Miss Anna A. Gordon. Frionds
of temperance will please reserve their
orders tor Miss Morrow, as the proceeds
are to benefit bo one especially, but the
temperance cause in particular.
John Slocum, a young man aged
about 22 years, employed by Collins &
Watson, at Golenza, met with a very
painful accident yesterday forenoon.
While unloading a car of logs, and when
the last log was rolling oft, the bunk, or
bolster, tipped up and in dropping back
to its place, struck the young man on the
right leg breaking both bones near the
snklo. Dr. Bowman attended him and
he was feeling as easy as could bo ex
pected under the circumstances.
It is Judge Lindsey now. The Gov
ernor made tho appointment on Wednes
day last and Mr. Lindsey took the oath
of office on the following day. His first
business in Forest oounty will be to hold
an argument or special court two weeks
from uext Tuesday, April 18th, at which
time the license applications of thiscoun
ty will be acted upon. Judge Linnsey's
nomination and election for the full term
of ten years is now a settled fact, his only
opponent for tho nomination, Mr.Schnur,
having withdrawn from the race and will
make no contest for the endorsement of
We note with a good ileal of pleasure
the candidacy for re-election to the legis
laturo of our friend Dr. J, M. Martin of
Grove City, in tiio Messer Diocese, and
trust tho people of his county will dis
play their customary good sense in re-
turning him for a third time. Dr. Mar
tin is a stalwart of tho stalwarts in his Re'
publlcanism, and in matters effecting the
welfare of liis constituents his vote is al
ways found to be. on the right side,
Whole hearted, geuial and jolly, the doc
tor had a host of frionds in tho lust two
sessions who would be pleased ' to see
Morcer comity again honor itself by hon
The teachers of Kingsloy township
will hold a linul local institute at Kellett-
ville, April Kith, rendering the following
program : Forenoon session, 10 o'clock
School-room courtesy, Miss Lohineyerj
Children and good English, Miss Kiser
Essav, Miss Davis: Teaching pupils to
think, Mr. Gahring. Afternoon session
Impurity in the school room and on the
play ground. Miss Reed ; Kindness to
birds and animals, Miss Wolfe; Educa
tion here and abroad, Mr. Strickenber
The scheol play room, Mrs. W.F.Jones
Essay, Miss Stewart ; Influence of praise
Mis Myers ; Some ways in which timo
is wasted in the school room, Miss Wolfe
Address, Supt. E. E. SUt.inger. An en
tertainment will be given by the schools
of tho township on Friday evening pre
ceding the institute. All are cordially re-
iiuostod to bring "Apollo" song books
with them. Committee.
Weslcya-i Methodist Conference.
The Allegheny conference of tho Wos
leyan Methodist Connection of Amorica
will convene for its fifty-fifth annual sess
ion lu the W. M. church utStewarts Rui
Wednesday, March 3Uth, at t) o'clock
m., and cont.nue over Hub bath. Bus!
noss sessions will occur each day, fore
noon and afternoon, and religious servi
ces to bo hold each evening. The lead in
officers of the denomination will be res
out and address tho body on the variou
interests of tho church. Friends from
other churches are cordially invited tout
tend. H. J. Bl.'Ll.ocK, Pastor.
We are all hoping that spring has com
at last, but perhaps will be disappointed
by seeing some more snow.
Tho farmers havo been improving tl;
tine weather by getting most of thei
spring plowing dono.
Lust Sabbuth at the Mt. Pleasant churc
uuito a couirreuutlou assembled lor ser
vice, but the pastor failed to put in h
Miss Clara A. Gorman lull Saturday to
attend tlio spring term at Clarion.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albaugh are
juicing over the arrival of a lino daughtu.
March 22. Frank's all smiles.
Clias. Rhodes, who lias been qnitopcx
lv this winter, in improving, anil is ubl
to be around.
Miss Mary E. Whuley is Hearing th
close ul a very successful term ot school
after which slio will go to Kdinhoro Nor
in u I to attend the spring term.
I desire to uttost to the merits of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy as one of the
most valuable and ellieicnt preparations
on the market. It broke an exceedingly
dangerous cough forme iu 21 hours, and
in gratitude tlierufor, I desire to inform
you that I will never be without it and
you should feel proud of the high esteem
in which your reinediis uro held by peo
ple in general. It is the one remedy
among ten thousand. Succoas to it. O.
R. Downey, Editor Democrat Albion,
I nd. For sale by . W. liovard.
The river is getting on another
Geo. L. King was down from
Kill the Fires, nitd Save (lie (.'nine.
The Franklin Sportsmen's Club will
ake an attempt to break up the prac
tice of starting fires iu forests about this
section, and in a few days will offer a re-
ard of $."0 for the arrest and conviction
f any ersons guilty of this offence. -
This is the mnl sensible move yet un
dertaken by any body of sportsmen. One
sweeping fire through a wooded strip of
country in th-1 spring time or early sum
mer will destroy more feathered gaine
than all the hunters can possibly do in a
seasou, and If the spertsmen will devote
the time and money spent In spying out
occasional pot-hunter, all well
enough in it's way In keepinging down
forest fires these hills and dales will in a
short time be over-run with game. Last
pring, for the first time In many years,
there were no fires in the woods herea
bouts, and tho adundance of pheasants
last fall was something truely wonder
ful, and certainly very gratifying to the
Speaking of forest fires, the commis
sioners of this county have dono a very
commendable thing in having printed
wo of tho laws passod by the last legis
lature relating to forest fires, and will
scud them out to the sovcral Constables
and fire detectives of the oounty for their
guidance, and will exact a strict compli
ance with the duties therein imposed. If
the people will give proper encourage
ment to those upon whom these duties
devolve, a tiro in tho wooods will bo a
rarity instead of a regular spring, visitor
as heretofore And not only will the
forests be preserved but small game re
ceive protection far more beneficial than
all the game laws on the statute hooks or
that are likely to be put there.
The Beard of Health desires to call the
attention of all citizens to the importanco
fa close obsorvance of sanitary laws at
this season of the ycifl-. "An ounce of
revention is worth a pound of cure" is
an old but true maxim. Special atten
tion is called to Rule 12 in the book of
Health regulation. Tho Board has se
lected the bank of the river at the lower
corner of Riverside Cemetery for a "gen
eral dumping ground," and has passed a
resolution that all garbage, refuse, etc,
shall be deposited there on Saturday of
each week, that it it may be burned. The
Health officer, whose duty it is to find
out and report all nuisances, will soon be
on his annual rounds, and it is hoped 13
may be able to report the Borough to be
in a good sanitary condition and that all
citizens are carefully observing Iho Rules
of Health. By Order ok Board.
Room 1, Paulino Redlield, teacher.
Present every day : Willabolle l.tuor,
Edna Sutley, Helen Wilkins. Belle Sut
lev, Binnie Bender. Ruby DoWalt, Mary
Sutley, Angela Messral, Josephine Sig
gins, Orion Bryan, Bennie Carlson,
Archie Hood, and Miah Casey.
Room 2, Nancy Morrow, teacher. Pres
ent every day : Fred Carson, ivieiviiie
Eastwood, Bennie and Randall bluer,
Archio Lapp, Charlie Norton, w lino
Nurse, Johnnie Sutley, Harry Tumor,
Fred Wilkins, Gils Curlson, Bernlce
Brunor, Emma and Hulda Carlson, Mary
Casey, Josie Shearer.
Thirty-live years make a generation.
That is how long Adolpu Usher, ot
Zanosville, O., suUered from pilos. lie
was cured bv using three boxes of De
Witt's Witch Hazol Salve. Heath A Kill-
Tlonesla Suiiiiiirr..Siliool Hegln, May
The work of this Summer School will
ho a review in the branches in which each
person desiring to teach must pass an ex-
ainiuotiou before the County Superin
tendent. Tuition. $5 por term. Two pupils
from one family, (N per term each. For
full Information address. -
R. N. Spkkr,
It is a creat leap from the old fashioned
dosos ot blue-mass and nauseous phys
ics to the pleasant littlo pills known as
DoWilt's Little Early Risers. They cure
constipation, sickheadaclie ana oililous-
ness. Jioatu iv. iviiiuier.
You cau got it at Hopkins' storo. tf.
Children like it. it saves their lives.
We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the
infallible remedy for coughs, colds, croup,
bronchitis.grippe and all throat and lung
troubles. Heath A Killmer.
Meeting of Stockholder),,
Nolico is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of tho Tio
nesta Gas Company will be held in its
ollice ut Tionesta, Pu., on tho 5th day of
April, 1808, at 2 o'clock, p. m., being tho
first Monday of the mouth.
A. B. Kkm.y, Secretary.
The farmer, the mechanic, and tho bi
cycle rider aro liable In unexpected cuts
and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
is tne best thing to keep on hand. It
heals quickly, and is a well known euro
for piles. Heath A Killmer.
Farm for Sale.
Tho undersigned oilers for sale his farm
of 120 acres, on Church Hill, two and a
half miles from East Hickory, Pa. Forty
acres cleared, good house, barn anil out
buildings. Running water with every
couvinience. Also young orchard grow-
illtr. .1. C. ClilMU'll,
3t. East Hickory, Pa
A littlo boy eskod for u bottle f "jret
up in the morning an fast us you can,"lho
drui-'Kist recognized a household niiiiio
for "DeWitt's Little Early Risers," nud
nave him a bottle of those famous littlo
niils for constipation, au k heudache, liver
and etoiiittch troubles. Heath A Killmer.
On the morning of Feb. 0, lWCi, I was
sick with rheumatism, and lay in bed
until May 21st, when I not a bottle of
Cliuinliiiiiain's Pain lialio. The tirsl. ap
plication of it relieved mo almost entire
ly from the pain and the second ullorilcd
complete reliol. In a short time I was
able to be up and about ttifiiin. A. T.
Moreaux, Luverne, Minn. Hold by i.
M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says, "I
was a sufferer for ten years, trying most
all kinds ol pile remedies, but without
success. DeWitt's Witch Ha.ol Salve was
recommended to me. I Usui I one box.
It ka ellected a permanent cure." As a
permanent cure fur piles DeWitt's Witch
Ha.el Salvo has no eiial. Heath .( Kill
mer. You can Ret It ut Hopkins' (store, tf
Trying to Savf Her Son.
Tho Ridgway Pcmncrat says s Mrs. C.
B. DeRock.the mother of Fred K. Rock
well, 1ms met with success in her can
vass for funds to take her son's ease to
Supreme Court, and has the necessary
amount almost raised. It is not likely
that the governor would grant a re
prieve until the case could be argued, un
less very strong arguments wero made
and n w testimony adduced, which in
the opinion of Daniel warranted that ac
tion on his part. Mrs. Deltock has can
vassed the county thoroughly and is still
eniiaged in her labor of love. As tho Su
preme Court will not meet sjain until af
ter the date set for Rockwell's execution,
a reprieve would be necessary from the
governor. In the event of itsbeinir grant
ed, Ridgway would not havo the double
execution looked for, and Patsy Hsuya,
the other murderer, confined In the coun
ty jail, would have to go to the scaffold
nlono. The people of this place would
not like such an exigency. In the minds
of a majority of the citizens the quoMion
of Rockwell's execution is simply a ques
tion of 'imo.and the governor or Supreme
Court will not save him, although either
may prolong his life for a short time.
One hangman's day with two victims is
bad enough for any town, but two is too
much to stand without protesting. The
peoplo of Ridgwaj have shown their
good senso so far bv not trying to defeat
the ends of justice and indilging in
senseless sentimentality, but they would
protest against having hangings on two
separate days and disturbing the equi
librium of the nervous more than neces
sary.' If Rockwell is to bo reprieved,
give Banya an equal chance and change
the date of both, so that in the event of
tho Supreme Court sustaining the Circuit
Court the execution of both can be held at
the same time. Hangings at best are not
edifying spectacles, and the loss Ridgway
has of them the better the citizens will be
latislied. Rockwell aud liaiiya undoubt
edly both deserve the death penalty, but
there is no sense or reasou in hanging
thoni on two separate days, with a doub
ling of the attendent excitement and
URUUBS MILLER At the residence
of tho groom Mar. 0, 180S, by Rev. Da
vid Taylor, Mr. Samuel Grubbs of Tid
iouto, and Miss Norah Miller of Enter
MC LAIN At New Yerk, March 21,
1SU8, Mrs. Ellen Clapp McLain, daugh
ter of Rev. Ra'.ph Clapp, deceased, and
sister of E. E. Clapp, deceased, and J
Do vou appreciate good laimdr
worn ? if so patronize the Dunk!
Steam Laundry. Mile- A Armstrong,
A torpid liver robs you of ambition
and ruins your health. DeWitt's Little
Eurly Risers cleanse the liver, cure con
stipation and all stomach aud liver troub
les. Heath it Kilmer.
Have you got $J5.00 1 Have you got
SoO.OO? Have vou got $100.00 T If so, why
don't you deposit it with the Conewango
isuilmng Jjoan Association Association
of Warren, Pa. They will pay you H per
cent, per annum Cash Dividend, payable
sciiii-aniiui.llv, and you can withdraw
your principal in full at any time alter 6
Notice is hereby given that there will
lio a meeting of tho stockholders of the
Tionesta Water Supply Company, on
June 1st, lX'M, in its oilico, (the gas olllce)
Tionosta, Pu at 2 o'clock p. in. for the
purpose of voting on an iw-rt tsu of the
cupital stock, lrom eight thousand to
twenty thousand dollars.
G. W. Koiiinhon, Pros
tf S. D. Irwin, Sec.
In the Court of Common l'leas of Forest
Notice is horuby tfivoii that application
will he made) to said court on TuuxIht,
April 111, IKI'H, at 2 o'clock, p. in., of Haul
day, under Act of Assembly of Common
wealth of Pa., entitled "An Act to Pro
vide lor tho Incorporation anil Regula
tion of Certain Corporations," Approved,
April a I, 171, slid its supplements there
to, for an intended corporation to be
called "The Maccabee Hall Asaociatioii
of East Hickory, Pa.," the character and
object of which in the erection and main
taiiiancc of a public hall for heiivlicial,
aocial, und protective purposes, and for
these purposes to have, possesa and enjoy
all tho rights, lienellle and privileges of
said Act ot Assembly and its supple
ments. tSuid proposed charter la duly
tiled. Kami Kb D. Ikwin,
BY VIRTUE of a writ of Vend!.
Ex. issued out of the Couit of Com
mon Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylva
nia, and to mo directed, tbero will beex
posed to salo by public vendue or outcry,
at the Court House, in the Holoilub of
Tionesta, Forest County, I'a., on
TUESDAY, APRIL ill, A. D. 1MIH,
ut 1 o'clock p. in., the following described
re.il estate, to-wit :
V. HARRY KM ITU, Committee for M.
HAMILTON. Lunatic, use JOHN
i KNKII El M ER, Trustee, vs. A. 11.
HEARD. Veudi. Ex. No. 11, May
All riht, title aud interest of the de
fendant, A. II. Heard, in slid to tracU
numbered t,2l:i, fiiiU, and ."i'W iu K ins
loy Township, Forest County, I'ennu,,
hounded on the north by tracts !i'lL and
SHis, on the east by tracts iiumbered .VJHi,
fr.!.", and fiji7, on the south by tracls 51US,
olU'.i, and ."1'JK, and on the west by tracts
numbered Willi, fills!, and .MUT.
Al.so All right, title and interest of the
defendant, A. II. Heard, iu and to tract
numbered Ml 7 in Kintrsley Township,
Forest County, I'eiiiia., hounded on th
north by tract numbered "ls, on the east
by tract numbered ..J '. I, on the south by
tract numbered Mill, uud on the west by
trai t numbered i'll-.
Taken in execution anil lo be sold as
the propi rlv of A. H. Ileal, I, at the suit
of V. Hurry Smith, Committee for M.
Hamilton, 'Lunatic, u-.e John I etislieini-
TERMS OF SALL.-Ibo billowing
must be, strictly cnmieicd with when the
hrooerl v is stricken down :
1. When the plaint ill' or other lien cred
itors hecoti e the purchaser, the costs on
the writs must be paid, and a list ol liens
i 1 1 . -1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 u nioituauc searches on the plop
i-rly sold, together with such lieu credit
or's re -ci pi lor the amount of the pro
ceeds ol tho sale orsitcli portion lliereol us
he iiiiiv claim, must lie furi.:"!iud the
2. All bills must be paid ill full.
- 3. All sales not settled Immediately will
be continued until 'i o'clock p. in., ol the
lioxttlav. at w liicb time all properly I
settled Ibr will squill lie put up ami sold
at the expense and I isk of the person to
whom Hist -olil.
See Pitrdon's Digest, Ninth Edition,
page jsi mid Smith's Forms, page 3K4.
FRANK P. WALKER, Hherill.
Sheriirs Olllce, Tionesta, Pu., March li!',
I HI S.
FOR EARLY BUYERS
Spring Hals are now ready. Dunlap,
Knox, Yonman's correct shapes. prices.
i2.U0, .l.oo end fi.on.
John H. Stetson's Celebrated Solt Hats,
f.i.00 to Jtl.no.
Some choice Mackintoshes, Box Coats
of Kmrlisli covert cloth, made absolutely
waterproof, new mode colors, while tnev
Superb Neckwear Ascotf, puffs, im
p-rials, tour-ln-liands, leeks, foc anil ifc.
string ties and bows, 2."c and ."sic.
SWEATERS Latest new college col
ors, choker collars; mens ami boys
SI. 00. 12.00 and $;l.oO.
Han Ikerchiefs, lineu, every thread,
Sle'iO to $1.00 per dozen. Finest Pongee
ami Japanese silk, fVOc to ft. si each.
FANCY HOSIERY Tho latest, new
lad, 2!o and fiOc per pair.
Spring Colored Shirts, detachable cuffs.
superb line, (I 00 to l.."i0 each.
THE McCUEN CO.
25 AND 29 SENECA ST.,
OIL CITY. PA.
They Are Here and All Right
Nil HIT WAINTK,
XOVF.I.TII. IX imiiS.OOIH.
Wash Omnia, White Goods, Trimniiti;(i
Laces and Embroideries
The IiiirKt'sit AMrt meiit of" lrM
aOoN I.vor Brought lo the Town.
We are opening up the Fines Line ami Bent Va
ing in the History of Thu Store It wou't Cost
Look it Over, before you buy your suit.
HA TS, SHIRTS AND NECKTIES,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS.
Buy a Ititchard.sou or Slrootroan shoe, and you will neer re
gret it. Their styles are ribt. aud evory pair guaranteed by
L. J. HOPKINS.
And Wo Want tho FARMERS
A Full Lino of DOORS. WINDOWS, LOCKS, NAILS, HARDWARE. PAINTS
OILS and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES of every description.
SCOWDEN & CLARK,
m anukaoiuukks ok
Can FuriiKli Top llugKl From l p.
It may seem a little early to agitate the Light Over
coat question, but as we are in the pink of condi
tion to exhibit our new styles, we venture to ask
you to come in and indulge in a lew moments time,
to acquaint yourself with the proper garments for
$10.00 Tau covert cloth spring Overcoat, strap seams,
patch pockets, and silk sleeve linings.
$12.00 l)ark sllild3 vert doth, Top Coat, strictly wool
en goods, French facings and silk sleeve linings.
$15.00 For a full lined Top Coat, lined with skinners,
guaranteed silk linings for which we are responsible for two sea-
llow about a new hatl
i. SHNF.CA ST.,
Arlington II .
CMS. M. WHITEME
WEST TIOUESTA, PA.,
Carries a full lino
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
AND FLOUR AND FEED.
WE DO NOT CLAIM
THE LA RU EST
FRESH, AND WE TAKE
PRIDE IN KEEPING IT SO.
IK YOHDO NOT TRADE
W ITH USHI E USA TRIAL
AND HE CONVINCED.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
CHAS. W. WHITEMAN.
tics iu Cloth
Stw.vuff iff GoMisra
to Know that have a full lino of
OIL CITY, I'A.
treetly oppoalte n.