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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
i. t. WINK,
WEDNESDAY, JILY 22, l!W.
President M. MeKINLEY.
Vim President Ii A 15 1( KTT A. HO-BERT.
n?iffi-Mi - of - T.itnie GALVSHA A.
GRONV, 8AMUKL A. PA VENPORT.
Congress WM. C. ARNOLD.
lsci6f.i J. E. WKNK, .
JVo(ionoirv JOHN H. F.OISERT
SON. iSAcnf-FRANK P. WALKER.
Chimi CWim.innr. W. M. COON,
Audilora-M. E. ABHOTT, J. K.
.Tim timmissionn .1. B. CARPEN
Judging from the reckless maimer
in which Mr. Bryan mixes up hcaveu
end hell id his speeches, be cannot
have auy too much reverence for the
odo or fear of the other.
For iii a ii who uevcr laid the
slightest claim to oratory our friend
Major McKioley ruauages to deliver
some very able addresses. The race
is not always to the swift nor the vie
tory to the boy orators of the Platte.
Judge Noyes of this district, who
was a delegate to the Chicago con'
vcntioD, repudiates the Chicago nora
inations. He says : "The majority of
the convention has delivered us to
the Fopulists. I cannot vole for the
Governor Altgeld is reported to
be "in raptures over the results of
the Chicago convention. The rumor
is important, but not lor luo reasons
given. Its real value lies in the re
minder that if Altgeld approves
me piatiorm to tne extent ot going
into raptures over it, the immediate
('uty of law-loving men is to repu
diate it at once.
Senator Quay, having resigned
the Cbairmnship of the Republican
State Committee in order that ho
may give all his time to his new
lutics as a member of the National
Executive committee, to which lie
wns appointed by Chairman llnnna,
Deputy Attorney lieiieral John 1
Elkio has been elected as his success
or. J lie selection was maiie in ac
cordance with past party rules by the
Republican candidates for Congrces-
at-large, Grow and Davenport. Gen
eral Elkio is one of the brightest
lights iu the .State, and his selection
is no mistake, but on the contrary is
eu exceptionally wise ouo that will
give very general satisfaction to the
Republicans of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Bryan should have a care.
Since his uomiuation ot Chicago the
wifo of his bosom, whose graces have
beeu aiuted by many admiring
hands, bas beeu making from two to
three speeches to limited audiences
each day upon semi-political topics.
Indeed, when Mr. Bryan himself has
net bcou orating Mrs. Bryan has
been having hctself interviewed, and
several times already tbey both have
been going it at one and the same
moment. We submit that this is too
perilous a policy for any candidate
to adopt. The dauger from it is two
fold. If it does not result in Mr.
Bryan's awakening some morning to
find that he has put his foot in bis
mouth, it is likely to demonstrate
that Mrs. Bryan has performed that
delicate service for him. And again
there is the danger that the lady's
aggressive views may give rise to the
belief that she is the real Populist
candidate. There is a sweet-voiced
but silent woman living out at Can
too, O., whom the Nebraska lady
might imitate profitably for a time.
Hill and Russell had just walloped
them, and Pitchfork Tillman bad
wearied them. Then arose this au
dacious youth from tho plains. The
occasion, the man, the temper of the
brain-fugged audience, was right.
His speech fit exactly, and as a re
ward for the refreshing innovation
they nominated him for President.
Mr. Bryan was thirty-six years of
age last May, and has served two
terms in Congress, where ho was re
garded as a man of ordinary calibre.
In Nebraska he has long been in de
mand as a commencement and 4th of
July orator, but when statesmen were
being considered Bryau was not
thought of. Punx'y Spirit.
GOLD. SILVER AND
IIK EVER HAD, IN AM, DEPARTMENTS.
t 1-3- .
In Pry 1ooIm, nresRCionotlihyr,
Boot Shoes, Rubber Goods, Notion.
lliwlei-v. Gloves. Corsets ami t'orsoi
Waists, Umbrellas, Parasols, Ladles'
Shirt WniHtH, Ladies' Capo, Missew and
Children' Roofers, Gont Shirt and
Ties of tho latest patterns, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Lnco and Cheneil Curtains, Car-
Our Motto for June:
pet Sweepers, Wall Paper from tho or
dinary grades to tho bosi quality, Trunks,
and Valises, UuilLs ami Uel Spreads,
Glass mid Crockorywsro, Tin and Gran
Itoware, Baby Carriages, Ionkinir. Classen
and Furniture, Millinery Hoods of the
Finest Grades, and a thousand other
thinirs, too numerous lo mention.
Which? Is tho question of tho hour,
Are you in doubt ? They aro nil good at
our Soth Sonii-Annual Clearance Sale.
Ten days more Hih-class to-order cloth
loir at the price of roady-tnado.
Scotch and Irish homespuns In plaids REMEMBl-Ii, ? O 1-001)
and plaid oliei ts
Sac suits to order, $ 17.50.
red need from $27.00 and fc.00
Black and blue Knulsli worsteds, for
dressy all year round suits,
Sao suits to order (24.00,
reduced from JS-.00 and ftl.OO.
Fashionable Scotch and F.nnlsh mix
Sac suits to order $22.00,
Trousers to order $5.00 to $8.00.
reasonable- prices. Kcmcmhcr tho place,
Red Front Stores, Maricnville, Pa.
UTmnraT M AllKKT PRICE nald for Hides, roll. Calf-skins. Wool A Ulnoena.
The Marrow of the Issue.
The mUcG&E.v Co
Outfitters of Men.
27 and 20 Seneca and 12 Elm Sts.,
OIL CITY, PA.
. Smart k Silberberg,
Mb. Bryan's business partner
very confident that Mr. Bryan has
not been in the payofanjr silver
syndicate whatever. But iu a thine
fr?4tHfr'fcTnd it is very difficult for a
business partner to prove a negative.
The assertions already published on
this subject are strongly backed, and
the proof will no doubt be forthcom
ing at the proper time.
The Socialists and Anarchists of
the country are greatly pleased with
Mr. Bryan's denunciation of the Su
preme Court for its decision in the
income tax case. They propose to
vote for him solely because he has
proclaimed himself the enemy of the
highest tribunal iu the land. But is
not this a very good reason why every
law-abiding citizen should vote
against him ?
Ex-Goveknok William E. Kua
sell, of Massachusetts, was found
dead in a fishing teut at Aedlaide,
Quebec, on the morning of July 16.
lie had gone there for a few days'
recreation with his brother aud a
friend. Heart disease is supposed to
have beeu the cause. He had Berved
three terms as Governor of Massa-
cnusetts, ana was not yet 41) years
of age when be died. He was one
of the leading Democrats of the
From the Titusville World, lode
Sewall besides being a ship
builder is a castle-in-the-air builder,
He thinks he is going to carry the
state of Maine.
Major McKinley's ripe experience
in legislation will no doubt bring him
many votes from the conservative
class of Democrats all over the coun
try. It has been discovered that candi
date Bryan is a corporation lawyer.
He is an attorney for the Missouri
Pacific railroad company. He will
have to throw up that position if he
expects recognition at the Populist
William McKioley struck the mar
row of the great issue before the peo
ple of the United Slates in a utte re
cent speech, when he said : "Finan
cial dishonor is the threatened dan
ger uow, and good men will obliter
ate old lines of party in a united ef
fort to uphold American honor.-"- "
Olf.IcKTutejT states the issue in a
nutshell. There is but one peril that
now threatens the great free govern'
mcut of the world. A powerful par
ty has grown up, largely inspired hy
the demagogic appeals to the people
who have been suffering from severe
business conditions, that openly pro
claims its purpose to dishonor the
credit of the Republic and to bring
convulsion and panic into every chan
nel of industry aud trade by the de
struction of private credit.
Uutil 1800 no formidable organi
zation under any name ventured to
declare that the money of the country
should be deliberately debased to
one-half its value for the purpose of
paying the debts of the nation and of
individuals iu one-half the money
contracted to bo paid by the debtors,
While the theories ot the cheap
money advocates have directly tended
to that end, never until now has the
flag of repudiation aud dishonor been
unfurled and openly floated over a
national organization that will cer
taiuly poll several millions of votes
This ie a fearful menace to the dig
nity and integrity of tho Hepublio
and Mr. McKinley is entirely right
in declaring that "fiuaucial dishonor
is the threatened danger now," aud
that it should summou all good citi
zens "iu a uuitod effort to uphold
Mr. McKinley has come squarely
up to the issue as it lias been pre
sented by those who seek to over
throw the integrity of the nation, aud
he thus proves himself worthy of the
united support of all who wish "lo
uphold American honor." Philla
dcljhia Timed, Dem.
The Right Goods
At the Right Prices.
Will handle the, following high class
wheels during this season :
BARNES-WHITE ..FLYER $100.
Rambler ' $100. Crcseont f 75.
Viking $100. Crescent 60.
Syracuse $100. Ideal $ 75.
Goshen $100. Idoal $ 60.
Goshon $ 60. Majostic $ 85.
of all the above uiakos. Catalogues on
amplication. Second hand wheels in
stock and wheols taken in exchange
Repairing prompt? done. Call on us bo-
A .steady determination to sell every
thing at the closest margin ot prolit is
bringing us ever increasing patronage.
There's no longer any reason for your pay
ing high prices for any goods. The trains
run often and we guarantee to save you
your car faro many times over.
THIS WILL BE A SPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE WEEK
CAPITAL, SI 50,000.00
Nelson P. Whoelor, David W. Boaty
Jerry Crary, Win. D. Brown,
Geo. M. rannlee, Andrew Hertxel,
C. Schimmelfeug, A. T. Seofiold,
Christian Smith, II. T. Russoll,
H. A. Jamioson.
Personal and Business accounts solici
ted on most favorable terms consistent
with good conservative banking.
Interest allowed on deposits
0. X. PARMLEE, Pres.
IT. A. JAMIESOS, Vice Pres.
F. E. HERTZ EL, Cashier
At the Republican Congressional
Committee headquarters, in Wash
ington, D. C, they have made a rec
ord of one huudred aud forty-four
Democratic newspapers which up to
date have bolted tho Chicago uomi
nations uud Populist platform.
These aro not all Eastern sound
money orgu?, but m:inv of them are
iu the South uud West, ami tunic iu
the very heart of the tilver btali-d
Tho Democratic committee who have
beeu searching osniduoubly for auces
lions to their tanks of Republican
newspapers favorable to fieo silver,
bavo been unable find moro than
ono jr two at u.oi... It ib a noticea
ble iact t.isU a'.' of tl.a priucipul
Ceriiiun papula of t.c couirry iic-.id.
Ly Hoai.il luuuij, ci Hop lit it, e.nd
from iWii Republicans argue that tho
Great German vote is going to sup
poii tho Hi. Lou id UOUiiuulioUb.
IV ash iioods.
1 Lot Printed Orgaudios, worth 8c.,
1 Lot Manchester Dimities, tho samo
goods which havo always sold at 12ic
1 Lot Fine Porsian Lawns, 32 In. wide,
Lemon Colored Lawns, etc., lc. yd.
1 Case French Zephyr Gingham, all
this year's best stylos, tho finest cloth
ever made, were sold last season at 15c.
lints and IJoimels.
Ono look through our Millinory De
partment will impress you with its
many superior features. Chances aro it
will luako a customer of you.
Trimmed Sailors at 25c, 35c., 50o., 75c.
Short Hack Sailors 25o. to fl.OO.
Flowers as low as Co. bunch.
White Duck Caps aud Taius 25c.A 50c
Hon. Y. J. l!i )un.
The Hon. William Jonniugs Bryan
u a tine looking youug mau witti
classic features aud a good voice.
lie is a dramatic and impetuous son
of the plains. As women go into es
taeiea over a fine tenor in an opera
so the Chicago convention went wild
over the voice of Bryan. His speech
did not contain a line or a sentence
that was above the ordinary or com
uiouiiluce, and exhibited un depth of
reasoning or information. It was
viiuply an iuyeniouH appeal to senti
ment uud prejudice, and the circuni
stauces were kucIi u.i to bet it oft' in
the most duzzling light. Bryuti knew
the veruuculsr of the bilvcriles. lie
understood huw to uppeul lo Iht-ir
prejudices. Ho could, to umi u tslaug
pliraoe, ''bit them right where they
lived," evciy lime. Ho had made
RpeeclifN in ('on;;ie8, but considering
them nsiilrj from their merits us olo
euti'i.U'r , !!''j,-tH tl'f-v aCraited 00
u'.t"! lien J.r? '.va? regarded pimply
nub tiTiy eit reioi-jr. '.it nt t in
(i;o it vi:? d'd'erent. There w:is a
motly thping of medinoro men, rho
hud beeu excited for a week, and hud
not ti.no to think a ratiouui thought.
WITH THE DEMANDS OF A PRO
GRESSIVE PEOPLE, THE
THOHOUGHlf SATISFIES THE MOST
IU i j
ARK OF THE HICHE8T GRADE, HENCE
' SlfiE TO PLEASfc
r v -u vit d 'nnM ': 'u.'.r ii
riB&T-CLb4 IN CVfHV REJfPECT, PIN
.'Ot Fit th ro 'H r.
TERMS TO ACTIVE Dt.ALt.HS IN VACANT
WHITE SEVtflKG MACHINE CO.
Japauose Split Bam boo Torch Shadow,
comploto, size 8x10 ft. $1.09.
THE CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITA I. STOCK, : : : K.TiO.OOO.
T. P. Coixins, Pronidont. F. It.
E. K. Vockroth,
T. J. Howman,
It's a good stock tor finding just
what you want, and tew will mult and
nono will heat our prices,
Miles & Armstrong,
H fir if 9
KEPLER BLOCK, corner.
50 Pairs Nottln);liain Laco, 3 yards
lonti, tape bouud, worth 7ix!. flUo pair.
50 l'aiis Nottingliam Ijce,3yard8long,
tho CI. 0(1 kind 7Uo. pair.
100 Pairs of tho ?1.2o grado, 3J yards
long HSo. pair.
1 Ino Chenillo Portiers, all colors,
1 Lot Tapostry Portiers, all colors,
1 Ixt Iiag Dad Couch - Covers, $1.39
Kpt'finl Mulling Sale.
1 Lot Good Jolntless Straw Matting Do.
yd. or $3.5 for roll of 40 yds.
1 Lot of regular oo Matting, 13c yd,
or $0.00 for roll of 40 yds.
1 Lot Fine Cotton Warp Japanese Mat
ting, worth 35c. -lo. yd. or $7.75 for roll
of 40 yds.
Special Corset Value.
1 Case of .Summer Corsets, just as good
as over was sold at 50c. at 2'Jo.
1 Caso Dress Form CorsoUt, extra good
quality, worth 75c. to $1.00 50o.
SMART & SILBERBERG,
OIL CITY, - - PENN'A.
Lanson, Vice President, J. C. IIowmah, Cashier.
Cioo. F. Watson,
T. D. Collins.
K. M. llormau. O. W. Proor,
A. Wayne Cook,
A. IS. Ki;i.lv,
C ??ITATi STOCK,
G. W. Itnl'in: -.T.,
F. Kitchey, .
T Palo. J. H. Kelly.
Our A I m
TO KF.KP T1IK U10ST.
TO PLF.ASH OUH TUADH.
LOWF.ST, tiuallty oonsidorod.
Our wolcoine word for May Is
I Carnal ii 4.
Wo eomnienced the month with
1 tarsal iis.
Wo'll continue the month with
Wo will end tho month with
I tarsal iis.
A superb assortment which includes
everything new and desirable for tho
Our stock abounds in Rich Men's
Qualities at Poor Men's Prices.
TII1C TIME OK THE YEAH HAS AKKIVKD when tho enorgotic
housewife begins to think about cleaning house, and whlio xho is cast
ing her eyes about for now wall paper, etc., wo wish lo call her atten
tion U our excellent assortment, which comprises all tho latest do
signs in paper and borders. Come uud hxjk Ilium over while tho assort
ment is comploto. Wo aro positive that wo can -utisfy the most fastidi
ous purchaser, because we have tho most complete line everexhibited in
Tionosta. Come and soo.
WE ARE ALSO.
FOR CHOICE rmiTUH, MEDICINES, STATIONERY, (iHOCEIU ES,
PROVISION, CONFECTIONERY, Etc. Come and examine goodsalid
prices, and wo'll do tho rust.
heat-It & uum
Lawrence & Smearbauqh,
-T1? A T I,M! TV
- M t,
I CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. HATS, CAPS. GROCERIES, QUEENS-
WARE, STATIONERY, CANNED GOODS, CUTLERY,
JEWELRY, TOBACCO, CIGARS.
HOOTS AND SHOES A SPECIALTY
OOODS OF F1RSTCLASS QUALITY IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
A BANK FOR THE PEOPLE.
WHICH UESfl'.CTl'ULLY KOMCITS PATRONAGE, AND WILL FURNISH
ALL USUAL HANKING FACILITIES, WITH PROMPT AND CAREFUL AT
TENTION TO ALL UUSINESS ENTRUSTED.
FOREST COUNTY NATIONAL HANK,
- - - $50,000.
Ciille.'tiims reunited fur on day uf pr.y iiient at low rales. We prumiso our custnm
ei's all the benelits consistent with conservative bankini;. Interest pid on time
deposits. Your patruiiao lespectfully solicited.
THE OLD RELIABLE
TIONESTA, - PENH.
S. S. CANFIELD, PROPRIETOR
Good SliM k, Good CarrluKon and Htn-
L'ies to let upon the mot-t i c:Ui' .ia'.j uu ais.
1 lo will iumi Uo
All orders lea at tho Post Olllco will
receive piuuipt atlonlion.
ikl i I t I J
TIME TAI1LE, in
c licet July 5, lS'.Ki.
Trains Uuivo Tio
nesta for oil City
aud points west as
No. Ill Hull'alo Express, daily
except Sunday 1J-.10 noon.
No. til Way Freight (cai r in
passenm rs), daily except
fcumlay 4:-,o p. ,.
No. a:i Oil City Ex less, daily 7:65 p. in.
For II ickory.Tidiiuito, Warren, Kinzua,
llraill'or.l.oli .in ,,n, u, i.;.lsl .
No. :in Ol. an Express, dailv.. Sr II a. in.
N". : Pillsbur.cli ICvpnss,
daily except Sunday 4-17 p. rn.
No. till Way Freight (cai rv'nii;
oaeilKel, I.) 1 1 a iliuloo; ilaUv
xcepl Sunday y:o a. in.
J Gi'i Timn Tables and full inloriiuui ui
I fr.iin '. H.S U L, A);eni, Tionenta, Pa
K. HELL, Gcn'lSupt.
J. A. FELLOWS,
Geu'l l'asseiiL'er 'l'ieket Atrenl,
(ieiuual oltl. e, M aincv-Hrisliaue Hlilir,
Ci.r. Mam and Clinlou Sts., liullalu.N. V