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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, Coitoh ft Phophicto. JWEPNKSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1901. ASiasish railway has ordered .120 care from American manufactorer. The coin pel Ion was lively, but the Spaniards, like sensible men, decided to get the best. It pays to advertise. A few yean ago Massachusetts issued a list of 336 aban doned farina in the state, and now all but 136 have been purchased for summer homes. Tim Pope, who was a young man when Queen Victoria and Verdi were in pinafores, is not only still lively, but is writing poetry far above the iuaga2ine standard. When Cleveland remarked that this country would "never be the same sixain," many of his hearers, remembering what it was during his administration, uttered a prayer of thankfulness. Gkhmam manufacturers want a pro tectlve tariff to keep out American goods. The tiltra-proteetionlsts in the United States should feel flattered that Germany takes a leaf out of their book. Is the quiet sections of Luzon load building is under rapid headway and schools are multiplying. Rut for the bandits the spirit of improvement would be looming in all the islanJs, Tkk Clayton-Bulwer treaty is an agieemeut not to build an inleroceanic canal. It is at best a negation, and no one will be injured when it is superseded by something that will benefit the com merce of the world. Editor Bryan has sent us his pros, pectus. If Editor Hryan wants our pa. per he'll have to subscribe for It. We hain't got any use for Editor Bryan. We've floured up wliat it cost us to hack our judgement on Candidate Bryan, It cost us one squirrel dog that w had re fused $25 lor, one demijohn of bugjuiee, one oyster supper, one bat and S3 cents in cash , Hickory Ridge Misnourwn, The Lamblike Mr. Flinn. From a roaring lion in the jungle to the insurgents Mr. William Flinn, of Pittsburg is developing the attributes of til 3 meek and lowly lamb. Very lamb like, indeed, is Mr. Flinn these days. Instead of prancing in victory over the ruins ol Republican party organization be is on his knees and begging for bis own political salvation. The trouble with Mr. Flinn is that for years he has bossed his town and squeezed the financial Juice out of it in the way of contracts until, could tho peo ple have a fair show at hhu, they would proceed to get rid of him. He certainly must fear this, otherwise he would not be imploring members of the Legislature to defeat the new charter that is proposed for Pittsburg. Only a few weeks ago he was calling Republicans who upheld ma jority rule all sorts of names. Republi cans elected on the Senatorial issue for Quay and pledged to him were violently denounced as traitors because they re fused to go along with the Flinn contin gent of party wreckers and smashers and bolters. But now how different! "It is all over. So iet us get together get to gether and save ME." That is what he is saying in effect. Well, it isn't all over and it won't be until the lat insurgent is driven into the deep sea of political oblivion. There is no use in the Republican party for wreck ers and bolters and those who believe in the minority rule of the few. There is no re;ison why Mr. Flinn should be saved, and if the Pittsburg charter bill should be ad pted and it should put him out of politics, the Republican parly at large would be the better r,r it and most cer tainly Pittsburg would. Even the organs of Mr. Flinn in his own city are pleading now, and here is one of them at hand actually appealing to Governor Stone to stop the proposed legislation. The Governor is not a mem ber of the Legislature, but if he were be would doubtless leply that so far as Pitts burg is concerned, it makes no difference what Mr. Flinn wants. It is for the peo ple themselves to determine. If there is a demand among the citizens tor the new charter it will doubtless be adopted, for Mr. Flinn has lost whatever right he ever had to speak lor tho great Republi can party of Allegheny county. He need not oven be consulted. Philadelphia In quirer. (Jot. Stone Vindicated. The right of the governor to abate an appropriation by confining his aprovai to an amount less than the sum total was involved by the case decided yesterday in the court of common pleas of Center couuty. The Patton towuship school dis. trict applied for a mandamus upon the state treasurer to nun pell him to pay the district its proportionate share of the whole amount appropriated by the bill The approval of tho governor was limited to d0,ooi),000 although the bill appropriated $1 1,000,01 0, and the school district demanded its proportionate share of the $1,000,000 withheld owing to the governor's action. The case tu rued whol ly upon the power and authority of the governor in the ex ercise of his veto power. It was admitted that he could veto any item of an appro priation bill, but it was denied that he oould approve part of an appropriation and veto another part. The decision of the court broadly sustains the power and authority of the governor to velo in whole or in part any appropriation which the legislature may make. It is held that the governor, like the president, la a branch of the legislature in the exercUe of his veto power, and in that capacity acts npon his own judgment as a legisla tor. The word "item," as describing the subject of his authority, can only be re gnrded as meaning any piece or portion tBken from the whole. The court de clares that "to hold that the power given is only that of disapproving a single Item, or paiuirraph, or section of the bill In its entirety, would defeat the very purpose for which the power was given." The court presents considerations show ing that any other view of the nature and extent of the veto power would defeat the constitutional intent. The special cir cumstances of the case are examined and their cogency iu prompting Gov. Stone's action is set forth. The fact is is adverted to that Gov. Stone's predecessors In office exercised the veto power In prac tically the same way, and in conclusion the court dismissed the petition at the cost of the plaintiff. The decision Is a signal vindication of Gov. Stone's course, which has displayed a high degree of fortitude. Large school appropriations engage the support of an immen.e masaof local political interest, and in taking the position he did Gov. Stoue showed an amount of nerve and firmness that he bad not been generally credited with and which has distinctly raised him in the public esteem nils- burg 0nu-Ga:rtle. A Word From the Burgess. In the beginning of this, the 10th cen tury, many improvements are being sng gested and made in the government of nations, kingdoms, republics and muni cipalities, important changes are being introduced. Th Borough of Tionesta is also looking forward to better govern, ment, better police and municipial regu lations. The town Council at tho sug. gestion and petition of a large number of the fathers and mothers in the Borough, have passed a law known as the Curfew, It is unnecessary to repeat it at this time as it has been so recently published and posted, that all know what it is. This ordinance is for the gisxl ol the boys and gii Is under It) years of age, who through thoughtlessness sometimes overstep the bounds of propriety by being on the streets and out at night when they should be at home. And now since the lathers and mothers have caused this law to be pissed, I, as Burgess, call upon those fathers and mothers and all good citizens, lo assist the ollicers in enforcing it. We hope that no occasion may arise w here it will be necessary to visit the penalty up on any boy or girl. It will be a very un pleasant duty for ollicers to be compelled to cause the arrest of any one. But the law is of no use, unless it is enforced, and those who violate the same cannot com pl.iin when officers do their sworn duty and bring them tojiistice. It has been said that the age limit was to,) young, that those over 16 need restraint as well as thoso under. This is probably true. but the Legislature in 1805 passed a law relating to disorderly conduct, that is much more severe Uian the Curfew. It is this : "If any person or persons shall w ill fully make or cause to be made, any loud, b islrous and unseemly noise or disturb ance to the annoyance of the peaceible residents nearby, or shall thereby cause the assemblage of persons upon or near to any public highway, road, street, lane, alley, park, square or common within this Commonwealth, wherby the public peace is broken or disturbed or the trav eling public annoyed, he, she, or they shall be guilty of the offence of disorderly conduct and upon conviction thereof be fore any Justice of the peace, alderman, mayor or burgess shall be sentenced to pay the costs of prosecution and to for feit or pay a tine not exceeding ten dol lar--, and in default of the payment there of shall be committed to and Imprisoned in the county jail of the proper county for a period not exceeding 30 days." We hope all citizens will see these laws are not violated, so that the officers ap pointed to see they are executed may not be compelled to resort to harsh means. This last mentioned law is in force all the time. It applies to all, before 8 o'clock as well as alter. T. F. Ritchet, Burgess. Ilrnfiirx t'annol De lured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, ami mat is uy constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused bv an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eu stachian Tube. When this tube gets in- named you pave a rumbling sound or imperlei't hearing, and when it is entire ly closed deafness is the result, and un less the Intlamatinn can be taken out and this lube restored lo its normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases out often are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the muco.us surfaces. Vte will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) inai cannot oe cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. f . J. IflEiAEii t CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Cream of the Sews. Some advice is not worth wasting. When you need anything in oil cloth or linoleum see Heath A Feit. It The man with wheels is always slip ping a cog. Special prices on ill winter goods at Heath A Feit's. It There are some relormers whose motto is war at any price. Heath A Feit are headquarters for muslin, sheeting, Ac. It Mr. Croker's Irish friends are now claiming that be has rejected an earldom. We have a few pairs of strictly all wool bed blankets that can be bought pretty cheap. Heath t Feit, It There are some self-conceited fellows who will not admit that anybody ehe knows even a thing or two. Try en one of those latest cut hats at Hopkins' and you'll be willing to lay down most any price for it. But you needn't do that for the price will fit and suit you as sleek as the bat itself. It Unknown persons are mutilating cat tle and horses In Cambria county. Letter to Hon. J, A. Proper. rionajfci, ra. Dear sir: Rockland, Maine, is a sea cost town : hard place for paint. About seventeen years ago, Farrand, Spear A Co., Rockland, began with Devoe. Their first sale was to paint the Farrington residence, well known there. Mr. Farrand says the house appears, from the street, to be well painted now, and has never been repainted. We should like to know mora definitely about a Job of paint that has lasted seven teen years on a sea side house. It is the longest time we have had a report on. Lead and oil la' Is three years a first rate job -and nobody says it lasts longer. We are contented to say that Devoe lead and zinc lasts twice as long: but we know of houses Innumerable, on which our paint lias exceeded six years. Yours truly, 20 F. W. Dkvoe A Co, The Pan-American Exposition Calendar for Pml issued by the Nickel Plate Road will be mailed to any nno sending Iheir address to the General Passenger Agent at Cleveland, O. No, l-.it Zinc and grinding make Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint wear twice as long as lead and oil mixed by hand. Question Answered. Yes, August Flower still has the larg est sale of anv medicine in the civilized world. Your mothers anil grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Billiousness. Doctors were scarce, and they seldom heard ol appendicitis, nervous prostration, or heart failure, etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food, regu late the action of the liver, stimulate the nervous and organic action of tho system, and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches. You only need a few doses of Green's August Flower' in liquid form. to make you satisfied there is nothing the matter with you. Get Green's Prize Al manac at The Davis rhaamacy, Tionesta. E. U Excursion to California. On account of the Epwortli Lrague meeting at San Francisco, July 18-21, 1001, the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway company will sell ex cursion tickets from Chicago on July 6- 13, 1001, good to return until August 31, 1!H)1. Fare going and returning via any direct route t-"0. Going direct route and returning via Portland, $59. Going di rect route and returning via Loa Angeles and Shasta route ftKLaO. For -leeping car reservations and full particulars cali on or address W. S. Howell, G. K. P. A., SSI Broadwav, New Yoi k, or John R. Pott, D. P. A., 810 Park building, Pitls. burg, Pa. 3t. SORE THROAT Keeps Many Children From School, when. If then bouts ol TONSILME ea lbs closet shelf, the? Deed oner loss a diy from this ciuse. Il U specific for anr disease of the mouth or throet Prar.p' S-fe, Efftcltnt 25 and 50c. At ii druiiistr. THE T3NSILINE CO., CANTON, OHIO. Tit I. II, LIST. List of causes set down for trial In tho Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Fourth Monday of February, I!X)1: 1. George u. Snowiten, i srl 1. itev- drick, J. 11. Snowden, vs. F.dmund Pe- quignot and A. J. Carnahan. No. 6, May term, 1000. Summons in ejectment. 2. Caroline Simonsnu, by her next friend ami mother, Katie Simonson, v. Marion Gerow, G, h. Gorowand Caroline S. Horner. No. I), Sept, term, l'.mO. Sum mons in action of trespass. n. u. w. miner vs. rionesia was com pany, J. C. Bowman, K. W, Bowman, S. J. Woleoit, William Wolcott and S. T. Ileckwith. so. ai, sept, term, liKiO, Summons In eieetment. Attest, JOHN U. ROBF.RTSON, Prothonotary. Tionesta, Pa, January 20, 1001, The 30th Semi-Annual Clearance Sale Of the McCuen Co., will open Jan. 21. $00,000.00 worth of high class merch andise at inventory prices for ten days. THE McCUEN CO. 2i AND 29 SENECA ST.. OIL CITY, PA. Pennsylvania WAILHOAD. BCFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL' LEY DIVISION. Taking effect, November 25, l'JOO. No. 30 Buffalo Express, daily except Sunday 11:35a. m. No. 32 Oil City and Pittsburg Exj ross.daily.except Sunday ..7:30 p.m. For Hickory.Tidioute, Warren, Kiuzua, nraiuorii, mean anu me r.axt : No. 31 Olcan Express, daily txceptSunday 8:50a.m. No. 33 Pittsburg Express, daily except Sunday 4:15 p. m For Timo Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent, J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOD. General Manager. Gon'l Passenger Agt. WANTED ! Reliable man for Manager of Branch Ofliee we wish 'o open in this vicinity. If your record is O. K. here Is an oppor tunity. Kindly give good relerenco when writing. Tiik A. T. Morrih Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. Illustrated catalogue 4 cts. stamps. mm nsflteyfti fevsa u.-Jts,l JlWaaaSBBBl 'VI a K 1 r I i bpecial We have too many of these goods and will re iljce our itock by giving you the benefit of tho following prices: Former price, 50c, now 33c Former price, 75c, now 50c Former price, 1.00, and 1.25, now 15c Former price, 1.50, $1.75, 2.00 now 1.25 Former price, ,25, 2,50, 3.00, now 1.75 These prices apply to every hut iu our store and will hold good until February 1. See our win dow. ROBINSON. COUNTY AUDITORS' REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1900. S. M. HKXRY, Treasurer of Forest County, in account with Liquor Licenses County fur the year ending January 7, 1001. im. To liquor license, J. R. Barr f To liquor license, L. A. Branch.. To liquor license, John Fiddler. To liquor license, J. II. Powers.. To liquor license, Gerow A Geiow To liquor license, K. A. Weaver. loo (10 UNI (HI 100 0(1 100 00 2n0 00 .HHI (HI To liquor license, J. Caldwell 100 Ol) f.HH) 00 tJ-.KX) 00 S, M. HENRY, Treasurer of Forest County, in account with State of Pennsylvania for tho vear ending January 7, 1001. To tax on indebtedness of Co...f 100 00 To Mercantile Tax 1,0.'0 Oil To brokers tax (1 31 To Slate personal tax OKI OS To peddlers tax 30 (SI To eating house lax To opera house tax " On SO 00 To billiard and pool license -0 Ol J.3S4 50 l'-,:Wt 511 S. M. HENRY, Treasurer of Forost County, in account with Dog Tax of said Coun ty for the year ending Jaiiiiary 7, 1001, To balance from last settlement? 200 00 Bv orders redeemed $ 133 U To tax of year 10OO 67 73 By 3 pr. ct, com. on i;t5.U 4 05 By ain't transte'red to Co, aeo't.. MS iri cW 75 To balance Jjoo oo S. M. HENRY, Treasurer of Forest County, In account with Redemption Fund of shhi iouuiy ior tue year To balance from last settlement I 545 03 To received from individuals 1,043 13 To balance fvil S. M. HENRY, Treasurer of Forest C the year end To balance from last etllement$!0,S74 To team work 37 To ain't ree'd from prtxltice sold W0 ing 07 so 42 t-7 05 M 30 00 2S 12 81 To seat-d returns for 100 1:10 To seated tax for 1000 7;jiw To unseated tax Tor 1000 2,021 To lands redeemed from Co 24 To ain't ree'd from J. Black 10 To 5 pr. ct. added to Collectors' acc't- alter Jan. 15. KHio 07 To interest on unseated tax lSinl.. 27 ro 5 per cent. ail. led to seated re turns ISO!) 6 (20.5S0 58 To lalance (I,sst 11 S. M. HKXRY, Treasurer of Forest Comity, In account with said County for the year ending To balance from last settlement (10,7:10 CM io sraien returns ior ipto 4. w To seated tax for 1!KX) 18.170 25 To unseated tax for 1000 5,054 50 6115 40 2 OS 50 K7 5 IS 50 To State tax returned To N. F. Hoover exonerated tax To Jefierson Co., painting bridge To ain't transfer'd from dog fund lo am t transfer d from redemp tion fund six years old 130 42 To am t transferred from liquor lice i so account To Jenks tp. maintaining insane lo Howe tp. maintaining insane To Hickory tn.maintaini'g insane To Green tp maintaining insane To 00 day tax list To redemption tax from County.. To costs received 12S 25 0 OO 641 33 (hki oo 2S 2 50 08 20 50!) 21 53 00 To fines received I!) 00 To Jury fees in oo To I. O. O. F 50 17 To & pr. ct. added to Collectors' acc'ts, Jan. 15, 1000 201 82 To bicycle tax for Woo - 3!i 75 To int. on unseated tax 'OS it 'Ml.. ISO 84 To land sold lo County and char ged lo foor account 60 81 ' To 5 pr. ct. added to seated re turn ISO!) 22 SO To refunding order on Payn land charged to Poor account 2 10 To double assessm't on land sold to Co. charged to Poor acc't... 78 To am'ts on land sold to Co. and charged in Townships acc'ts.. 802 84 (30.871 43 looatauce $11,01; 14 The COMMISSIONERS of Forest Couxty euuuig January i, itsi, JOHN T. CARSON. To County orders drawn ( 300 00 By 114 d rys service on Co. acc't ( to i ouniy expense nuts rec a oi ii To County Poor orders drawn 414 50 To Co. Poor expense bills roe'd.. 108 MI (l.05 -7 R. M. HERMAN To C ounty orders drawn I sow on To County expense bills received .10 52 To County Poor orders drawn... 3s8 50 To Co. roor expense bills rec u.. 114 ou 032 08 j . i . un i.i. To County orders drawn ( 413 00 To County expense bills received 27 30 To County Poor orders drawn... 185 50 To Co. Poor expense bills ree'd.. 8 00 J. T. DALE il H J. II. MOP.KISON To County orders draw ( 105 On J. II. KOBtKlaOM, I'lotiionotary or To orders drawn s m 40 lly lees allowed ( 50940 J. W, JAMIESON, Sheriir of Forest County, In account with said County for the year ending January 7, l'.ml. To orders drawn ( 401 27 ',' - (l"4 27 S. D. IRWIN, District Attornoy of Forost the year ending To orders drawn ( 10 00 FOREST COUNTY, ss. tvo, 1110 uiiiiersignco, Auditors 01 ai wiH voun nouse 111 1 lonusia, sam county, according to law, and did audit and ad just the several accounts of the Treasurer, Prothonotarv, Sherifl, District Attorney and County Commissioners Tor the year ending January 7, lool, and we found the same as set out In ibe foregoing reort. In testimony whereof wo have set our nanus anu seats mis .-hi uay 01 January, loni. GEO. L. KING, KRAI.) R. J. FLYNN, keai. County Auditors, J.R.CLARK, seal I EXPENDITURES of Forest county Justice fees. 20 IT. Constables pay Witness fees Sheriff fees anil expenses. ., F. P. Walker. ex-Sheriff...... 275 00 175 II 205 05 Prothonotary fees 501 !; o 11 nistrict Attorney Stenographer Telephone and telegraph... Refunding orders Soldiers' headstones Road views and daniagn ... Extinction of forest fires ... Attorney fees , Election expenses Western penitentiary 10 (mi :I73 80 72 15 1,4 10 04 30 011 257 00 051 22 lso on 1,225 02 521 7 ri 1 In E n s buia bale HATS of said CR. By paid Tress, of Burnett Twp. f 57 00 22S ( 0 22s oo 2l:t 7. 12s 2.-. ; 00 Bv paid Tres. of Jenks Twp.. By paid Treas. Tionesta Boro By paid Ntato Treasutor Bv ain't transferred to Co. aev't.. Bv 5 pr. ct. com. on J'.KHI.OO By exonerations f By Mercantile lax uncollectible.. ty printers lulls By postage bills allowed Bv Stale Treasurer's receipts 35 m i 35 5 70 !,105 U 70 3K tf X0 By 9 pr. ct. com, on JIJO7.02 Bv 1 pr. ( t, com. on :ii.0S By ain't to balance 200 00 ,vS7 75 eniiing January 7, i!oi. By ain't paid individuals $ 1.4SI 1 By 3 pr. ct. com. on tl.4SI.84 44 40 By ain't of releuiption six years old carried to Co. acc't 130 42 By balauco 531 44 1(1 J2.1SS 1ft 41 inntv, in account with County Poor Fund for January 7, 1001. Bv orders redeemed $13,433 34 By 3 pr. ct. com. on (13,433.34 4o3 00 Hv coupons redeemed 1,2S) 00 By 3 pr. ct. com. (I,200.i 3d 00 By Collectors' exoneration- 40 23 By land returns I'M 7 lly Collectors' com. 1S!J and 1!KH) 173 02 By Collectors' 5 pr. ct. abate- - incuts lSOOand 1!K)0 207 23 By land sold to County, looo 5ti 81 By double assessments 7S By refunding order, Pavn lands 2 10 By 5 pr. el. on land returns charged to Col s, Jan. 15, 1000 1 19 By balance 4,SS!11 It JI ami SS January 7, 1001. By orders redeem' d fjn.iftl 34 nv coupons redeemed No 00 Bv Col s abatements anil coma 1.177 05 By land returns for ISsio 455 00 By Collectors' exonerations 1S00 . 443 12 By 5 pr. ct. ou exonerations anil laud returns after Jan. 15, '00 11 11 Uy County Institute 153 33 By tux refunded to Wagner A Wilson S 50 Bv State tax on bonds loo 00 By ain't 10"i bicycle duplicates returned 3ifl 75 By bicycle bills allowed Is) 41 Hy 3 pr. ct. oo,n. on i ?uo s,t Aail ol By 1 pr. ct. com, on (5,250.00 52 50 By J. M. .uendel S so By balance 14,87!) 44 ' (l!,871 43 in account with said County for the year 3!K) 00 441 .V) uy izi nays service Co. poor aeo't By expense allowed Co. poor ao't PW 01 By expense allowed Co. acc't 53 mi (1,005 47 By 114 days sorvice on Co. acc't ( 309 ihj By 111 days service on Poor ac't 38 50 By expense allowed on Poor ac't 114 00 liy expense allowed on Co. acc't 30 5: (32 08 By 118 days service on Co. acc't..( 413 00 By 53 days service on Poor ac't.. Is5 50 By expense allowed ou Poor ac't 8 00 By expense allowed on Co. acc't 27 30 (033 SO By 30 days service cn Co. acc't.. .( 105 oo forest County, In account with said County By fees allowed 108 05 iy prisoners uoani aud turnkey fowl 124 80 By expense allowed 08 22 (1114 27 County, in account with said County for January 7, lllol. lly fees allowed y j qq roresi County, do hereby cortify that we met for the year ending January 7, 11)01. Pdtit Jurors. 1,273 38 Court Crier and Tipstalls Assessors Commissioners pay )Hi 0O 1,405 115 1,310 00 1 (minnssioner s Clerk.. 7MI 00 County Auditors 103 80 Janitor.... 312 00 100 2S 01 B5 348 25 50 3!) 10 00 2 00 25 Oil 21 Oo Allegheny work house i'rinting Insurance Coroners inquest Court auditor ".. Painting roof of election house... Reward for arrest or Basolinn Taking jury to county home, murder trial US Wairen asylum -too 110 ski 811 'M S ll (til Hoardum prisoners , Fuel, lights and water Postaue. blanks and books Prothonotary' hooks, etc Fuel Tionesta two house Treasurer's books Courthouse, bill ru pairs, supplies Bounties and probates Jury Commissioners and clerk... Grand Jurors FINANCIAL STATF.MF.NTof ASHKTli. Balance In Tieasurer's hands Forest Reform school M.SrtMl I.IU7 75 Jill 7 Ml I -i't OS M IIS 75 , It'-Vi lit 7.UOM !? liio from Rulus Copoland lue from Venango county line from Hickory township,.... luo from Tionesta borough Due from 'I'lonesla I.dg, l.O.O.f Hue from Howe township jinn from Slate on tire bills Liabilities over assets -MW f),,(HKI do F.XPENDITl'RKS of poor fund of Forest county for the year ending Jan. 7, !K1. Geo. Wln'-gard, leatii-ler ., SS P. H. Walters, teamster (.. W. Alhaogli, teamster, Commissioners' clerk BlAcksmithing Medicine I'hys:cin Matron Steward Pig pen and com crl Ice house lioso Recording di ed ltcmov'g Sarah J Hood, Warren.. Fuel Cement ami cement work Meat tank Kxpcusea ol teams at Titusville . Three o ws 211 100 100 39 21 50 112 337 240 1'iS 120 2 50 40 210 100 0 3 07 Sewing . Insurance 240 Freight 1:12 Record book Barber bills Plow poinis Making cider and jelly Harness repairs, etc Throe-inch water pipe , Hoards Disinfectant Hay fork Cabbage plants Cleaning county homo Cupltoatds Tables SS 00 00 Telephone messages FINANCIAL STATEMENT of poor ASSKTS. Balance in treasurer's hands ... ( 4,s,so Duo from ('litis. Minder 25 Due from F. P. Ainsler 15 Duo from James B ack's estate... 22 Due from Burnett twp 13 Due from John tValtcrs 14 Liabilities over assets 25,010 (.111,000 umi'.sr i'iil.n i v, ss. , We, the undersigned Commissioner of Forest county, and Forest County Poor District, do hereby certify that the foregoing statu. neut of receipt and expenditure aud statement of assets and liabilities are eo: ipet ami true, to the best of our knowl edge and belief. R. M. HERMAN, iti .) ) FOREST COUNTY, ss. Attest M. T. Hindman, Clerk. K. V. II IMTII. 20th Century Store. If you nocil anything- in DRY grj C-JOOIW, r S1I0KS, imiii he i. rj your advantage lo visit our i-i"re before purcliasi ig lse lirru. We have one ol' the beat a-or tinfols Win TiotK'nta, anil best of all our t prices are llie lowest. Q (JQ One trial will ronviice you, that lli is iu nut idle talk. HEATH Successors t LAWRENCE A. Wayne Cook, President. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, Collections remitted for on day of pr.yment at low rates. We promise our custom ers all tho benefits consistent with conservative b king. Interest p.id on limn deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. PROCLAMATION. Whkiikas, The Hon. W. M. Lindsev, President Judge of the Court of Common Plena and Quarter Sessions in and the county o! 1-orest, has issued his pre cept forholdingaCourtofCommoii Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Over and Terminer and tieneral Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for County of Forest, to commence on rourlh Monday of 1-obrtiarv. being tho 25th day of February, Mil. No tice is therefore given to tho Cor oner, Justices of tho Peace and Con stables of said county, that they be then and there in their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., ol said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other reinouilirances, to do those things which to their ollice appertain to be done, and tolhosewhoare hound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in thejail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute Against tliom a shall be iust. Given un der my hand and seal this 28th day January, a. i'. nun. j. W. JAMIESON, L.S. Sheriff. Administrator's Notice. In the matter of the Eslale of Dennis Downey, lain of Harmony Twp., Forest Co. Pa., dee'd. No. 1 of Feb'y Term, 1001, R. I). Whereas Lettersof Adminis tration have been this day issued to me as Administrator of said eslato, all par ties indebted thereto are requested and required to make payment U) me at Tio nesta, Pa., or to my attorney. Jamkh I). Davh, Administrator. P. M. Ci.ahk. Attorney. Tionesta, Pa., Jan. 22, 1001. Hopkins sells tho clothing and shots. ."Hk Kxienos to iVm ....... ..n,. .. M tv't A oo '."1 1.0 M HO 10 (Ml 12 K7 4 Ki 111 ill &,zw oo 11 40 .) Dura Coin, convention 70 Iiitcrptclor Basnliim trial HO lainauia-il,irn child Making duplicates 1 Kx press and drayane... (Hi Washing " 'J" Bridge repairs Ml Nebraska bridge .' - Miscellaneous lift .11,053 31 county rr ,hp ymf Jm nary 7, 1001. MAlllLITIKH. l.,,UouW.,,aig 141,000 00 Dishes.. 01 00 00 OS 04 (10 50 50 40 25 Paiiitinir roof of barn lo cn 'aiming Moor Paints aud oils nogs ;;;;;; Orders of relief Warren asylum Female labor Wheel scraper S ate lust, tor feeble minded Livery and team hire 50 Surveying Beds anil chairs 7S3 05 0-2 4!) on 00 00 00 Plumbing ami material Out door relief Carpels, window shades, etc Mssonrv Labor on larm and grading Kango ami hardware ... 3 20 Cutting aud packing ice.. 00 Supplies for county home Ol 00 OS lila-s 00 12 45 Expcii'id or Coin., to Warren 10 42 0 05 Service of breeding stock 4 00 80 Manure 25 50 11 81 Sleds 10 00 10 25 Window sc ecu 50 011 15 Contract ol county home 4,011 87 2;t 73 C. M. Robinson, architect 143 35 7 50 Com exp. visiting homes In 2 (Hi Blair and Klk counties 42 00 2 00 Commissioner pay 1,018 Ml 5000 Bringing paupers to Co. Home... 14 75 13 50 (13,4:13 34 lunds for the year ending January 7, 1001, I.IAIIII.ITIKS. 11 Bonds outstanding (10,000 00 00 00 75 50 05 00 (Ml (:o,0iki 00 jvii. i.iaitniu. HKA1, Mo J.T.DALE, sKAI.ij Commissioners. 11. it. fi:it. & FEIT, & SMEAKBAUGII. MO. n03H. A. B. K KI.LY, Cashier. Wm. Smeakuavuii, Vice Prexideni, NATIONAL RANK, PENNSYLVANIA. - - (50,000. IlIllkCTORS O. W. Robinson, Win. Smearbaiigh T. F. Ritchey, J. T. Dale, J. H. Kelly. 1. 1 mm & for GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA, PKNN. the the lion1 anrt MMir lnk liiK Imrnt-iat I ttlff wiiot kluii of a cum btltavtlOU. Eureka of Harness 031 not onlv mnk.thp hnmnw ntrl lbs I iion. Iif k lietler. Out nmk-s tlin ' tattUemoft fincl i.li.lite, put- Il In con. I V 1 ..J ! .. .. "...r.. . " r f 1: S..I.1 e?Lr"h.Te la e.u lt ji , ll... T A Sin A DO 'R l:VW OIL CO. U Give r XW.";.. xuur Horse a Chance! H v V Y V OW nlMitil your stis'k of Stationary 1 We do high class Joli rnnliii. 40 37 3 no 5 08 55 00 1 75 (ioo i HO 50 ISO (Ml SO 3 2 104 70 2 00 410 50 200 84 310 02 152 35 424 58 131 25 27 00 .vi