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An Independent IismiI tin per, pulillslird every
Wcdnesdiiy lit lie) noliNvlllc, .Icttcrson t'o.,
I'R.. devoted III Ihi' Interests of Kcyiloldsvlllo
and .IcfTcrsnticniiut v. Nnn-polltlciil, will treat
hII with fiilrnivi, null will he csuccliillv friend
ly towards tin- Intxirlliit chiss.
Hulisc riptloii price l..ViMryciir,ln ndviiiice.
Cnhllllllnlf III ions lltti'Mili'il fur litlhllciitloti
must hi' iiiariiniiniili'il liy till writer's mime,
not for iiiilitii'iittiin, Imf ns a piiiiriinti of
good faith. Interesting news items solicited.
Advertislitjr rules intuit1 known on applica
tion lit theottice In Arnolds' HIiM'k.
liiMitfhty ('ntuiiiuiiiciitloiis anil I'liiitnrn of
ttdvc rllsctnciils should reach thin olllcn liy
Addirss till communication to ('. A. Htcph
onson. Kcvnoldsvlllf . I'n,
!. A. MTKPIIKNNON, F.ilHor mini ub.
WKDNKSOAY. MAY 2."). I!i2.
for 5tntr iritittor.
jpon STATE sknatk:
.T. (. MITCHELL.
OF IM'.HItY TOWNSHIP,
Hllliect to tilt' Hc't Ion of tin- Itcpillillcillls of
IcITcrson I'oiinty lit tin- primary election,
.hint- IS, Is!"
Jon statu iiknatoh.
V .1. MiKNKiHT,
OF imuOKVII.i.K. PA..
Horn, reared iiml tl vi-I In tin. count v. A tin
payer, iii'iiiiiliiti il iiml linli'iilltli'il with voiir
Interests, served In tin- fi nali- from' n
tinlll Iss4. A candidate for rc-rioininniloii
now tisS'ittitor, nnd for a second term at tin1
Kcpulil lea n primaries of .li'trrrsoii I'onnt v.l'n..
.lunc Is, l-'.r'.. A itcpuhllcnn riunpiilxni'r,
worker anil voter for thirty-live years,
l.nhnr supports tlu State. Tin- State should
firotect InlMir. Tin' Itntiortiithin of contract
alMir stopticd. .Icilfrsou rontity to In uivt'ii
two mctnncr In ihe i.cirisjnturc. Sfltisd
Ixioks to In' furnished fn-i' h v tin- State In nil
tlicschools, Tin' insane tl' III' classified anil
the expense of thclrsiipiiort pa til liy tin' Slate,
Free schools In fact School tax' aliollslii'il,
fU'hooN to hi' tntiliitalni'il mill siipsrtcd liy
Mm Plate Honesty anil I'l'onoiny with tln
people's money. .IiimIic to tin" soldier, his
wlilow anil his orphan.
If tills Is your platform vote forme .Iitnti
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
OF I'UNXSUTAWNEY HOKOUOH,
Hilli.lit't to act Ion of the Iti'piibllt'iiiix of Jeff
erson county at the primary election, .lime
JOHN W. I'HILLIin'I.
OF WINSr,OW TOWNSHIP.
Hnliji'i't to the (lei'lslon of the Democratic
voters of .Idler-son county lit Ihe ensuing
.TAMES E. LONG,
OF niHiOKVIIXE HOKOUOH.
Suhjcct to the iietloii of the Kcpulillciins of
Jefferson enmity at Ihe primary election,
You picture to yourself the beauty of
bravery and steadfastness. You lot
your imagination wander In lHpht
over tho memory of martyrs who have
died for truth. And then some little
wretched, disagreeable duty comes,
which Is your martyrdom the Imnp for
your oil and If you will not do It, how
your oil la split! How flat and thin
and unilliiiuinutcd your sentiment
about the martyra runs over your golf
If your collur Ih damp, drain It. And
after having had your cellar tightly
clotted during the winter months with
decayed apples, potatoes, cablmge, dec., if
you have not already done so, open the
door and windows and got all the fresh
air and sunlight you can Into it. Poople
attribute many doaths to Providence,
when in reality a damp collar through
bad drainage is tho cause. Always lot
tho standing water in pipes run off
before you drink.
Oliver Perry, the train robber who
Bhot and BcrioiiHly wounded Express
Messenger Mclnernoy on tho Contral
Hudson R.H. last February pload guilty
to five indictments and recoived tho
modest sentence of forty-nlno years In
the Auburn prison on the .ilth Inst.
He is now 20 years of age and If he re
ceives the full commutation for good
behavior In prison be will sorvo 20
years, 4 months and 23 days, and will
then be over 53 years of ago, and will,
doubtless have lost his desiro for "hold
ing up" express trains.
A hasty word which might have boon
withhold, a' spiteful Innuendo which
ought to have been stifled, a cruel shad
ow which ought never to have boon
oast on a sensitive spirit these things
and many like them are due oftentimes
to a lack of self-control rather than to a
malicious temjter, and satirical poople
should cultivate a large share of this
spirit, and then they would often hold
back the quick repartee, the personal
allusion, and tho ill-natured sarcasm
which have such power to wound. Yes,
Jioliteness and solf-oontrol are ploasant
rults, and every home and every heart
would be the better for their possession.
f An oversight In proof reading lost
j week caused what was referred to as "a
' politio and able speech" to appear "a po
lite and able sioech." This Is not so
bad after all. To be politic one must be
polite and to be polite Is to be a politi
cian in a social and business way as well
as in politics. A little girl and her bro
. ther were entertaining a very homoly
lady. She asked the little girl, "Do you
not think I am beautiful?" The child
answered. "Yes. verv beautiful." Whn
the visitor was .rone, the boy said to his
sister, "Mary, you lied to that lady."
"It don't make any differenoe," said the
promising child, "I was a little lady."
When the boy grew to years and went
Into politics he profited by the lesson In
politeness, his sister taught him and
was able to make politio speeches and
Sursue a polite course of conduct. It
on't make any differenoe about the
morals of the matter, "he gets there
just the same.'1
.Indue Harry White, of Inillnna, was In our
town the forepart of tho week.
Our water compaliy Is having a largo sleel
tank ronstriietfil to take the place of s plank
one Hint has servetl Its clay of usefulness.
The front of the llnsikvlllu Nallornil hank
liullilltiK Is fimiplfled, anil Is attractive
because of Its massive npiieariittcf nrul unliiie
For one week the time of our rourt was
taken up In the trial of the rase of the Clar
ion llrliliie corn puny airalnst Clarion county,
the case came over from Clarion county.
Hill little Interest Is lielntf taken In politics
at the county seat. I, Ike other sections of
the county our people do not tn'cotm' Interest
ed until the primary clccllon Is near at hand.
The sample election held tinder Ihe new
election law liy Ihe I'lttshiirtt Times, In the
Tri'iisiiter'sotllce on Friday attracted much
attention. Allan' Impressed Willi the Im
portance of Instructions helmr irlven In every
district In Ihe county. I'nlessthlslsdotie the
prohalillltles are that many voters will Ih dis
franchised lit the iri'tieral election this fall
In tin' more populous dNtrlcts. When once.
uuilcrstiHHl the methods of votluir are very
simple, hut ureal care must he exercised on
the part of the voter In preparliiv his ticket
or the same will not he counted liy the elec
Our public HcIiihiI haccnlaui-ate sermon was
prcaclii'd In the Presbyterian church on Sun
day evenlim by llcv. Kerr, of Ihe Lutheran
church. No service was held In any of Ihe
other churches and lahrc iHirtlon of our
church itolnir people were mil utile to itnln
admittance. This Is a prominence never
licfore accorded to n txraditatlmr class and
Hives evidence Hint our public schools are
Brow I nu In favor mid every available means
Is belntt employed to cuciiuinxc nunc I'lllclent
work on Hie part of tcai hcrsaml pupils. On
Friday, designated as "hook reception day,"
our H'ople found their way In the school
hiilldliiv In larite numbers. Over three hun
dred lasiks wen- contributed, which form the
nucleus or what Is designed to be made a
library or ureal value and Importance. On
Thursday Ihe commencement exercises will
be held In I he opera house. A class of six will
Progrnm for Memorial Day.
Parade will form on west Main street
at 0.15 a. M. Head of column Presbyte
rian Sunday school, opposite Prosby
terlan church: next, llnptlst Sunday
school: next tho M. E. Sunday school,
followed by any other Sunday school
that may wish to join us in tho parade.
Then will follow the bunds and differ
ent societies that will turn out with us
followed by tho S. of Vg with tho
G. A. Ii. in tho rear. Column will pro
coed to Heulah cometery at the gale of
which the column will halt and open
ranks while the G. A. H. and S. of V.
lodges march through and receive the
flowers as they march through. The
different orders will follow around the
circle to the "unknown mound," where
a hollow square will l formod with the
G. A. II. Music and siieukers inside
after the G. A. H. services an address
will be delivered by Rev. Noble, of
Punxsutawney, at the close of which
the post and camp will decorate the
graves of our comrades In Boulah and
BuptlBt cemeteries. In the afternoon a
detail will go to Prospect cemotory to
decorate tho graves there. Column
will move promptly at 0.30 p. m.
It. D. Deer, Marshall.
Does the Shoe Fit You?
To always remain oor you should
begin when quite young. Think there
Is no use of racking your brain in pur
suit of knowlodgo, and work just enough
to got a few clothes and a little sending
money and have a good timo. If you
lack chungo just borrow from ono of the
boys and then forgot It. Marry quite
young; your wife must play and sing just
lovely and make splendid angol cako,
no matter If she can't cook a good moal
of vituuls or bake a louf of bread. Then
begin housekeeping and look around for
a job. If you get a littlo money just
treat the boys; It makes no difference
what your family noods. Follow those
rules and you will alwaj s remain poor.
A Cheap Excursion.
All persons wishing to attend tho an
nual encampment of tho Grand Army of
the Republic ut Washington, D. C, in
September, will please notify any of tho
parties below named. The rate for tho
round trlp.will bo a trifle loss than 12.60.
Tickets will be sold from Sept. 13th. to
Sept. Kith. Rato without sleeping ac
commodations J 10.40. Notify us at once
as a report of tho numbor who will par
ticipate in tho excursion must be sent to
committee of arrangement lmmodi-
R. D. Beeks,
.1. W. Foubt,
T. c. Reynolds,
A Boy's Leg Badly Crushed.
Edward, a son of George Flier, of
Anita, who works in the minos at that
place had ono of his logs badly crushed
on Thursday afternoon. Ho was on his
way out of the niinos and was perched
on the front end of a loaded train of
mine cars when he slipped off, falling
undor them. A number of men who
witnessed tho mishap went to his ros
cue. He was conveyed to his home
whore his Injury was dressed by Dr.
Williams, of Adrian.
Notice In hereby ulven that I have purchas
ed a red cow. Hlx yen old, f mm Jas. Ilentlur
son of Handy Vufley, and have left same lu
hla rare, and all persons are untitled not to
meddle, with her lu any way.
Reynoldsvlllo, I'a., May 2U, '03,
Wanted A reliable young man who
wants to learn the practice of dentistry.
Dr. J. 8. MoCrelght,
AU kinds of fine pickled goods can be
found at MoKee & Warnlck's. No stale
goods, prices are low.
of Pennsylvania. Grand
ap.my of the hkpuhlitj.
Philadelphia. May 4th, 1W2.
I. Oneo more tho returning spring
with Its opening flowers resurrects the
memory of our fallen comrades and re
minds us of the approach of tho suerotl
"Memorial Day." Wo see them as they
fell when more than a century ago tho
flood-tide of death swept them from our
side; we see them scattered ulotig our
march of the passing years, some with
the dews of death not yet wiped nwny
and the flowers still fresh sprinkled with
tho tears of loved ones. Those of us
that remain are but few in comparison
with those who sleep beneath the ground
that shall echo with our solemn tread.
Sisiti we must commit this sacred duty
to other hands: let us do it faithfully
while we can. It Is timely nnd profit
able we should onee again repair to tho
graves of our fallen comrades, and let
the memory of their heroic deeds bap
tise usufivsh with loyally to their hero
Ism and devotion to their country.
Need I urge upon you that each step
and uetioii on that day lie so fraught
with regard for the occasion and rever
ence fur thedi'parled eoinimles, that wo
shall command the respect and commen
dation of every citizen throughout the
I't us reverently und tenderly gar
land with Natures purest gift and most
fragrant gift oueh mound where sleeps
our comrade, and nlTeetlonately think
of tho unknown and unmarked graves
of our patriot brothers, rmcmlcr!ng
that in. this solemn mission wo have
tho sympathy and prayers of tho widow
and orphan, und the blessing of a
groat ful Republic.
II. Arrangements will Ihi made by
the Posts In this Department for tho
olHorviinco of Memorial Day, Monday
30th. 1SH2. Comrades are enjoined to
see that this sacred duty Is orformed In
a solemn and reverent manner.
HI. In localities where there are
more thun ono Post oo-ooratlon in the
ceremonies should lio observed.
IV. Forms for Memorial Day Ser
vices carl bo hud upon application to
I5y command of
Dep'tCom. John P. Taylor,
Samuel P. Town,
Asst. Adjt. General.
STATE SENATORIAL QUESTION.
What the Indiana Papers Say of Capt.
James O. Mitchell.
A welcome, visitor to our town last
week was Capt. James G. Mltcnoll, of
Perrysvlllo, Jotferson county. Ho Is an
extremely companionable gentlemun
and a thorough businoss man. Although
he was not here "fence building" yet It
is known thut the Captain is a candi
date for Statu Senate in this district.
Ho is competent for tho honorable
position and without disparagement
to tho aspirations of candidates pre
sented for the plaeo by Indiana count v
wo may freely say that if Mr. Mitchell
secures the nomination, this county
will give him an old fashioned popular
majority. Ho has kept himself from the
contentions that have Invoked a degree
of hostility liotween the working forces
in tho several counties of tho district.
Jiiiliiinii I'royitKH, March 111, '02.
Captain J.O. Mitchell, of Perrysvlllo.
JefToi-son county, while returning from
a business trip to the east, stopiwd oil
hero a day or two. Tho Captain is a
candidate for Senator In Jefferson
county. Indiana county will urgo tho
selection of tho candidate who secures
tho nomination In this county on tho
0th of April; but should Captain Mitchell
secure the endorsement of his own
county and tho district nomination, he
will doubtless get the solid Republican
vote of this county. Ho has been for
tunate in keeping out of tho Senatorial
complications and would not bo handi
capped, besides ho Is a clovor follow
and would make an etllclent Senator.
lntlinnu MiHurnirr, March III, '02.
"Jim" Mitchell, of Perrysvlllo, a
prominent merchant and a candidate
for the Republican nomination for
Senator In Jefierson county, and a wholo
soulud, genial gentleman besides, was
hero on Saturduy and remained over
Sunday. If wo must have a Republican
Senator give us Mitchell, and plenty of
of him too. Jnilinna lh mwmt, March
Tho Convention of tho minora' and
farmers' organizations which was hold
In Roynoldsvlllo on the 4th of March,
1802,unanimously endorsed Mr.Mitchell.
Mrs. A. E. Ilothorington, the now
mllllnory, carries a first-class line of
goods. Everything of the latest stylos.
She handles fancy goods, gloves, corsets,
&e. Located in the Broadhoad building,
Main street. tf.
"Washburns Best," is tho name of the
tV( flour on the market. Try a sack of
it and bo convinced. McKoe& War
nick, Tho Grocers, Cor. 5th. and Main
Found An umbrella near company
store. Ownor can receive same by call
ing on Ed. Goodor, jowelor.
Kltctlon ilotUt .
SlOTICE to the electors of the school district
Whkukah, The school directors of the
BohiMil District of the said Horoiiiih on the
21st day of May, IHVi, by a resolution, voted
to Increase the Indebtedness of the said
You will, therefore, take notice that an
election will ho held at the Hums House, the
place of hnldliiK the General Kloctlon oft lie
said HorouKh of Ueynoldsvlllo on Saturday,
the 2th day of June, IHtrJ, for the purpose of
attaining; tho assent of the electors of the
said Uorouidi for an Increase of Indebtedness.
lliat the assessed valuation of the said
HnrouRh for school purposes Is tftH2,!jN7. That
the amount of exist ing Indebtedness of said
School District is f I.UO0. That the amount
and percentage of the proposed Increase Is
seven per cent. Tbat tbe purpose for which
the Indebtedness Is to be Increased Is the
build ng of a new school bouse in said School
. D. Whsslib, President.'
Da. J. B. Nuu, Secretary.
Overloaded, Overcome l Hilarious, Joy ; Pleasure.
We nre overloaded and our customers will have good rensoiis to be overjoyed.
Now is your golden opportunity, now isyourtime.
We nre overstocked, that'p
an honest confession nnd we
must unload, we have cut
prices in halfs and quarters.
Full suits, coat, pants, vest
Full suit, coat, pants nnd vest
Fine suits, coat, pants, vest
Fine suits, coat, pants, vest
Fine suits, coat, pnnts, vest
Fine suits, coat, pants, vest
Fine suits, coat, pants, vest
Single pants in prices from
75c to $6,oo,
These goods are made for
our own trade and every gar
ment warranted to give satis
faction or your money re
funded. Mind we handle no
old shelf worn goods and
when you buy from us you
buy nice stock and that only
Main street, Reynoldsville.
Other store DuBois.
n n v .''
LOADED TO THE MUZZLE
WITH THE FINEST
GOODS AS WAS
SHOWN IN THIS
REMEMBER IF WE
GOODS THAT ARE
BRING THEM BACK
YOUR MONEY OR
AND JONES BUYS
CHEAP AS HIS
IS THE WAY WE
SAME WE ARE
In our furnishing goods
department we have as fine
a line as you can find in any
city to select from.
Of natural Balbriggan un
derwear for 91.25 per suit
You will not buy less than
four or five suits if you see
them. Other dealers will
charge you 2.00 a suit for
the same quality.
Offer in our hat department.
20 dozen of crush fur hats
75 cents, $1.00, 1.25 and
10 dozen of chief stiff fur
derbysat $1.50, $2.00, $2.25,
92.50, 93.00, 93.50 and 4.00.
In summer coats and coats
and vests we have anything
you heart desires from a 35
cent coat to a 910.00 coat
and vest. (
See these special offers and
save time and money,
Slain street, Eeynoldsville,
Other store DuBoia. '