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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20
The Christinas trade this year was phenom
enal, every merchant doing a larger business
than he did the year previous, which up to that
time was a record breaker, liut Christmas buy
ing isonly an incident of business. It is your
cvery-day trade of the rest of the year that
counts. That is what we want to get and shall
continue to otter you the very best service and
prices possible in our line which is DRUGS,
MEDICINES and Sundries, exclusively.
Sundries in this case means combs and
brushes, toilet accessories, pocket books, tine
stationery, perfumery, books, toys, etc., and the
famous LOWXEY candies.
The Wmvis FuMt.vdcr.
Elm ami HrUhje Streets.
THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
WEDNESDAY, KKHKUAKY 20, Urol.
FIRE INSURANCE
. . AMI
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
..OK..
C. M. ABM k SDN,
TlOXESTJ, PA.
All Leading Companies
Represented.
Wild Land, Farms, House
tO Lots fir Sale or Rent.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
New Advertisements.
James. Ad.
I.aiiiinors. Ail.
I R. R, Header.
Hopkins, locals.
J. V. Sires. I.ocal.
Killmer. Locals.
J. W. l'epier. Ail.
Illinois Central. Ad.
Dovoo A Co. Reader.
Tionoata Cash Kioto. Locals.
Heath A Keit. Ad. anil lcal.
lr. lireave. Professional card.
Wero you Valontined f
Oil market closed nt $1.2.".
Oil snd gas leases at thin otllce.
You can net It at Hopkins' store.
Tiiik packages for palo pocket book.
Carpets galore at HopkiiiM' store. It
Washington's llirtlulay next Friday.
Ali Wednesday, tlie iK-ginning of
Lent.
Now carpet samples frr spring nt
Heath A Keifs. It
nest rubbers ami sold only at Tio
nesta Cash Store. - It
Those who laughed at the groundhog:
have anmher guess.
Fiddle string broker tlo to Killiner's
drug atore and get new one. It
Heath A Foil are agent for tl.o col-
obrated Royal Worcester o rsets. It
Strings for all kinds of stringed In-!
stiiiiucnt at Killmos's drug store. It
Don't miss seeing prices on over
coats, suits and pants at Tionesta Cash
store. "
Did anybody -not forfeiting Hie old
est Inhabitant-ever witness 11 it or wintor
weather than this?
It la thought Governor Stono will
shortly tlx the dato for the swinging-ofT
of Frank Major, at M etui villi).
Hoinespiins, Venetians, Vicunas and
llroad-cloths, in all the different shade
and grades at Heath A Foit's. It
An S-voluine edition of Knight's
Shakespeare, good as new, for sale at a
bargain. Inquire of P. M. Clark. tf
Returns from the Ice crop nro now all
inland Iho indications all point to a seas
on of comparative coolnes next summer.
A slcighload of nine couples from
here drovo to Tylorsburg last Saturday
evening and took supper at the Central
Hotel.
This sentence tolls moro than one
story, according to tho way you punctu
ate it: "Woman without her man is
miserable"
When ycu'ro ready for a carpet, or
when you aro ready to look at a lino line
of samples, call here. We've got the
goods. Hopkins'. It
As old Hill Allou would put it the
ordinance requiring tho cleaning of sido-
walkssfsnow accumulations "is n
barren idoality" In many spots.
Tionosta's cjrl'ow law is in full oper
ation every night. Hope the "kids" of
Kditors Wonk and Muse won't get "cur
fowed." H'lii'icn Mnil. Wo'll see Unit
ours don't.
Never fall to read tho advertisements
In tho RKruiii.ii'AN. Thcro aro always
bargains to bo had any one of which may
save you doublo the price of a years's
nibscrlption.
It is a pretty settlod opinion that tho
girl or woman who keeps her hut on nt a
place of amusement Is a relic of the nine
teenth century. Twentieth century
ladies take them oil'.
Following Is tho list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in tho Tionesta, Pa., post
ollice tor tho week ending Feb. 20, l'.Kll :
Mr. P. O. Names.
D. S. Knox, 1. M.
J. W. Sires, the up-to-date photo
grapher will be at his Tionosta studio
Wednesday and Thursday of this week-to-day
and to-mnrrww. Special attontiou
given to photographing babies. It
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I.lveryuian Canfleld is keeping up to
tho times as usual and lias added a hand
some now two-seated open trap to his al
ready finely equipped llvory. Ju--t tho
thing fur pleasure parties of four people.
The lleekathorn cliurcn building lo
aned not far from Coal Hill, In Venango
county, was destroyed by lire last Wed
nesday night, tue Ions being a total one,
the Insiiranu policy being allowd to lapso
some weeks ago.
The question of improving tho Alle
gheny liver was bofuro tho proper com
mittee at Washington last woek. It was
iliH'uied to recommend ono additional
dam which will carry the slack water to
the mouth of the Klsklininctas. .'mfe
lon Herald.
Thero's a chanco lor some one to get
a lutrgaiu in a set nf the new "National
Dictionary Encyclopedia and Atlas" by
vailing at this otlice. The set is fresh
from the publishers, and contains 18 vol
umes. Drop in runt see what a bargain
you can secure. tf
Hurry-up orders receive quick re
HHiuses when sent to Ainslcr. Either
'phone catches him, and when you've ot
him you always get the best tho murket
affords In groceries, canned goods, veg
etables, tropical or domestic fruits, oys
ters, or anything for tho table. It
A 11 u Halo man committed suicide the
other day by hanging himself in the hen
house. Ho probably thought the place
was an appropriate one from which to
make his final eggsit. Dliannt. If this
wa nt the solemn I-enten season we'd
swear that was intended for a juke.
Court convones next Monday for the
Fobruary sessions. Hut threo cases aro
down for trial on the civil list, which,
however, are of sulllcieut importance to
keep tho court busy several dat-s if trie I.
A number of criminal cases of tho minor
class nro also likely to bo disposed of.
Homember the box lustival to 'be held
by the A. O. U. W, lodge at their hall
next Friday overling. Tho invitation is
general, and, cs the ladies never fail todo
their part, it is hoped the gentlemen will
be on hand to bid on tho delicious lunches
which are always in evidence on such
occasions.
The Valentino social at the homo of
Mrs. Jennie E. Agnew last Wednesday
evening was well attended, and proved a
very pleasant occasion to all who were
present. The W. R. C. netted a vory nice
sum, for which they gave a good equivi.
lent in the nico lunch and pleasurable,
evening's entertainment furnished.
Mossrs. Scowdon A Clark disposed of
their last sleigh last week, and the parties
who got them secured roal bargains for
tbey went at cost, A little judicious ad
vertising with a good deal of snow will
accomplish much In tho way of moving
things. Those gentlemen will be ready
for the break-tip when it comcs.having on
hand a number of very excellent buggies
of tho latest styles.
Percy Shoemaker and David llliiui,
have set up for the spring campaign of
painting, papering, calcimining, etc., and
have over "Oil fino samples of paper for
which they will take orders, and if cus
tomers desiro will bang it for them in
artistic stvlo. All work guaranteed to
give satisfaction. Consult them either
in porson or by postal card and your
wants will bo quickly supplied. tf
Nathan Sailesgiver, of Ouherg, Indi
ana county, and Miss Minnie;Salsgiver,of
Tionesta, Forost county, wero married
Friday by legal acknowledgement before
Clerk of Courts Clark, at Mcadville. Al
though the names of tho bride nnd groom
are so similar as to suggest relationship
they stated that so far as known there
was no connection between tho two fain
ilies, a tact most remarkable as the names
aro so peculiar. Tilii.n'illc Courier.
Many railroads aro adopting a new
rule which will prove of convenience t
tho traveling public and also to the train
men. Tho passengers on leaving the
train are directed to leavo by the rear
platforms. Thoso entering the cars are to
do so by the front platforms. Tho agents
ol the companies aro diroctcd to inform
all iiassomrers of tho new rule. It is
hoped tills will obviate unnecessary do
lays at local stations, especially delays
where tralllo is heavy.
Tho Indies' Aid Socioty and Epwortli
League of the M. E. church havo arrau
ged a scries of lectures to bo delivered in
Uovard'a Hall, which is being seated and
fitted up for the purpose. The first lec
ture will bo delivered next Monday eve
ning, Feb. 2.". The subject, will be Al-
rul.nm Lincoln and tho speaker, Rev
v.., i Murray. Mr. Murray has dr
livered this lecture over W times in a
half doen states and has some flattering
press notices given unsolicited by leading
news-papers. The admission charged lor
each lecfuro is i" cts., 1". els. for pupils ol
the public schools.
For the informatian of young men
and olilcr ones w hu kiss young ladies
without the consent of the kisted, it may
be stated that the act is legally classed
under the head of assault and battery.
Charles Dieter, nf Shenandoah, Pa., is
under bsil iu the sum of J WO to answer
to the charge of kissing, in a forcibly aff
ectionate manner. Miss llatlie Hoi serof
that place. Tho trial will take place at
the next Court of Quarter Sessions. It is
probably all right to place an einbrgo on
the habit of kissing a girl when she don't
want to be kissed, but II trouble is to
determine, wheu she says "nit," whether
she really means It or not.
J. U. Iliomley at his residence at
Stuw arta Run, Pa., will dispose of a largo
list of personal etlects at auction next
Wednesday, Feb. 27, as follows: Two
line mares 5 and 7 years old, 3 milch
cows, 2 year-old registered Holstein bull,
3 calves, brood sow, 5 fall pigs, 40 hens,
set heavy double harness nearly new,
set double diivmg harness, set single
harnefs, light grain binder, new grain
corn drill, new plow, harrrow, cultivat
ors, Johnston mower, --horse wagr.n,
light surrey, buggy, hay ladders, cutting
box and power, blacksmith press drill,
bellows, bench screw crosscut saw, liity
1- busbel applo crates, scythes, forks, 40
bushels good who.it, hay, straw, horse
hay fork, tackle block and lino, lot of
land roller whoels, light l horse bobs,
2- borso bobs, household goods, etc. Also
farm of 1.15 acres for sale or rent. Turin,
(." cash, over $.", six mouths time with
approved security. A warm dinner will
bo served. Don't forget the dale. Sale
begins in forenoon.
heeenl Heal lis.
WAIINKS.
Mrs. Delia Wagner, wife of Adam Wag
ner, died at her homo in Tionesta town
ship, about 0 miles from this place, Fri
day morning, Feb. 15, l(ll. She was the
daughter of the late William Davisun, of
Richland township, Venango county.
Pre-, ions to her marriage to Mr. Wagner,
the do-eased was one of Forest county's
most efficient school teachers. She was
always held in highest esteem by all who
knew her, and tho news of her death will
bo received with sorrow by them. He-
sides tho husband she leaves three small
hildren, an aged mother, three sisters
and threo brothers to mourn her early
ilemise. Mrs. Wagnor was aged 3T years.
Her disease was consumption. Funeral
services were held in the new Lutheran
church at Nowmanville at 11 o'clock Sun
day. Interment was in the Nowmans
viJlo cemetery.
WlI.I.INtlS.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wlllings, aged S4 years,
a well known and respected resident of
l.ickingville. Clarion county, died at her
home at .V.'iO Sunday morning from paral
ysis. Tho deceased was the tlnril ilaugli-
ter of fohn Henry w ho settled at Henry's
Hend about 1717 in company with Pat
rick McCrea, who settled at Eaglo Rock
in the same year, being at that time the
only white settlers between Frankliuand
Warren. The deceased is survived by an
only son, M. ('. Wililngs, with whom she
lived. Her husband, Jacob Wlllings,
died three years ago. Interment was in
the family cemetery at Eagle Rock cn
Tuo-day at 2 p. in.
UAYKTTV.
-Mrs. Nancy Oayetty, aged I years,
one of the pioneers of Venango county,
died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
(ieorgo Nicholson, of Oil City, on the 12th
Inst. The deceased was born and reared
in Vi nang i county, residing for many
years at President. She was a devout
member oftho M. E. Chinch and one
who was highly respected by nil who
knew her. She Is survived' by the fol
lowing children : J. M. and P.J. Oayetty,
of Oil City i William M., of Colorado ; F.
M., ofSistcrsviile, W. Va.; Mrs. William
Kiclianls, ofMayburg, this county, and
Mrs. Georgo Nicholson. Many of our
older class of readers remembered the
deceased as a most excellent woman.
The funeral took placo on Thursday af
ternoon last.
HOLY.
M rs. Christina Nolf, aged h:t years, died
at her home at Salem Tueavay evening
Feb. 12, 1W1, at :30 o'clock. She is sur
vived by ono son, D. II. Noll, of Du Hois,
Pa., and lour daughters, Mrs. J. R. Down-
iiiL'. of Salem : Mrs. I). II. Colfinan, of
Oil City ; Mrs. J. Conger, of Tionesta, and
Mrs. Samuel Milliard, of Hawthorne, Pa.
She had been sick two weeks. Her bus-
band died eight years ago. Mrs. Nolf
lived at Sen ca for 12 years, and has many
friends there. She was formerly of New
lluthlchom, Pa., and was a member ofthe
M. K. church for 40 years. Funeral from
the house Friday morning at 1" o'clock ;
interment iu Hrandon's cemetery. Will,
James and Miss Ellat'onger.ofthis placo,
grandchildren of the deceased, attended
the funeral. Rev. 11. F. Feit conducted
the services.
OYKHI.ANDKR.
Mrs. Fli.abeth Overlander, wil'oof Jes
so S. Overbindcr, died at her homo in this
borough on Saturday night last, Feb. HI,
11KI1, aged 4(1 years. She was the eldest
daughter of tho late Mr. and Mrs. Casper
Kisert, and was boru on German Hill,
where sho resided with her parents until
hor marriaco Willi Mr. Overlander. The
deceased was a kind and atlcctinnate
wif'o and mother, greatly devoted to her
family and ever ready to make any sneri
lice lor their comfort. A little more than
three weeks ago she was taken sick with
typhoid fever, and about the same time
three of her children were also prostrated
with the disease, while the husband and
lather was c infilled to tho house with
severe attack of inflammatory i Ileum
tisiu. Near the hour of midnight of last
Saturday lier spirit took its llight amid
theso sad surroundings, relieving her of
tho siineriiig which she had borne so pa
tiently. Resides tho husband there are
left to mourn her death four daughters-
Minnie, Martha, Maud and Mildred
Tho latter three being still confined with
tho fever. Two sisters Mrs. James Eui-
ert of (ierman Hill, and Mrs. Eli Sals
giver of Ty lersburg, also survive.
Funeral services, which, owing to the
nature ol the diseao wero private, were
conducted by Rov. VV. P. Murray at the
house last Sabbath afternoon, the . iter-
muut being in Riverside cemetery. The
sympathy of tho whole community goes
out to this stricken rainily.
Tl I I KK A -. IN ONK HAY
Take Laxative Hromo Quinino Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it fails
In cure. E. V. drovo' a signature is on
each box.
VOL' AMI VOIK HIItNDS.
Miss Artie Robinson was a visitor to
Oil City yesterday.
C. F. Weaver was a business visitor
t Warren yesterday.
K. I.. Haugh of Nebraska, was a
pleasant caller Friday.
C. ('. Uller was down from Tidioule
on business last Friday.
-Mrs. J. W. Landers, is HI with a
second attack of the grip.
Miss Emma Lawrence is recovering
from a severe attack of quinsy.
Mr. and Mrs. James Uuxton were
visitors to TitUMVillo on Monday.
Mrs. F. W. Trushall of Warren was a
guest of Tionesta friends a part ofthe past
wtek.
Miss Hossie Morgan left yesterday
morn ing for a few day's visit with frieuds
in Warren.
Sebastian Cook and Ash Clark of
Harnett township, were county seat vis
itors yesterday.
Mrs. Dr. W. O. Morrow and baby of
West Hickory are visiting Dr. J. W.
Morrow and family.
M rs. 8. S. Can field was a guest of her
daughter, Mrs. U. 11. Hruner at West
Hickory, over Sunday.
Miss Grace Densmore, of Tidiouto,
was a guest of In r friend, Miss Nettie
Clark over last Sabbath,
Shoriir Jamieson of Forest county,
was a visitor In town last Friday evo-
ning. Tilusville Hoi W.
Willam Hood Sr., of tho township
has been suffering with a severe attack
of grip for some time past.
uite a iarge crowd of young people
from here attended a dancing party at
Pli asantvilio last evening.
A ttornies W, E. Rice and O. C. Alien
were down fiom Warren last Thursday
attainting Argument court.
Andrew Weller, one of the staunch
Republi ans of Kirigsley township, was
t .....
one of our callers Saturday.
Philip Williams, one of the popular
clerks at Robinson's store, spent Sunday
with friends in East Brady.
Mrs. J. It. Muse was visiting Frank
lin friends while J. U, was In Philadel
phia on business last week.
W. H. Stiles and Dr. Morrow of En
deavor and West Hickory, respectively,
were callers Friday afternoon.
Miss Pearl Whitmore of East Hick
ory returned ho ne Monday from a few
davs' vbit with Miss Eva Davis.
Friends here have been advised of the
serious illness of Rev. E. S. Zahniser or
typhoid at bis home iu Apollo, Armstrong
county.
Cap'. J. M. Kepler Is stopping a few
days in town on his return from Hot
Spriugs,Ark.. where lie spent the past two
or three months.
Among the out-of-town guests at the
annual reception and ball ofthe Ivy Club,
Oil City, Monday evening, was our pop
ular young townsman, G. B. Robinson.
Mrs. F. W. Pennell of Gibsonburg,
Ohio, who has been the guest of her sis-
Mrs. F. F. Whittekin for the past two
weeks, returned home yesterday after
noon.
Ex-Judge Charles E, Taylor died
yesti rday morning at hi? home ill Frank
lin of pneumonia, alter an illness of only
a few days, having been taken sick last
Saturday.
Mrs. A. C. Urey left yesterday after
noon for a short visit with her parents at
Sandy Lake, after which sho will go to
Cleveland, Ohio, to solect her stock of
spring milliuery.
Hart Lawrence and Misses Lizzlo
Greenslade, Uirdie Petit and Mary Joyce
drove over to Edonburg, Clarion county,
ilia first of the week on a visit to ex-
Mayor Georgo Hirtcil.
Esquire Setley performed the cere
mony which united two of Barnett town
ship's popular young people in wedlock
yesterday afternoon, Miss Sarah Knight
and Mr. Jonah Gadley.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Saul and Miss
DcKita Saul came down from Aorth
Warren Saturday and remained over
Sunday with the family of their brothor,
V, H. Saul, who is at home from Pitts
burg on a short visit.
John Sanner, one of Tionosta's old
citizens, has been critically ill for several
weeks past. Mr. Sanner is upward of 72
vear.i of age, and his recovery has been
considered quite doubtful, though at last
reports he was somewhat improved.
Clerk Robertson has issued these
marriage licenses within tho past week :
Win. II. WisocifTidioute, and Miss Maud
Gertrude Golden of Trunkeyville, Pa.
Mr. George W. Meador of Titusville, and
Miss Julia Weingard of German Hill, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weaver, of the
Coulter House, Clarion, with daughters,
Misses Hertha and Jennie, and son Otto,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Weav
or of Hotel Weaver, this place a fow days
oflastwick. Mr. W. was a resident of
Tionesta a number of years during the
early '(ill's, and while here took occasion
to renew some of his pleasant old acquain
tanceships.
-Suture Leon Watson, who has for
several years held an important position
Willi the Collins A Kroitlor company nt
Nebarska, has relinquished his place
there to assume tho management of T. D,
Collins' extonsive interests at Kellett-
ville. Pa., and will take charge of alfairs
there on the first of March. Leon has
had much ex penance in that line and will
undoubtedly niako a success ol his uew
duties.
Hiiiiw the t'uuali anil Works oil' lire I'olil.
Laxative ltronio-)uinino Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price
li cents.
(Jtifslion Answered.
Yes, August Flower still has the larg
est salo of any medicine in the civilized
world. Your mothers and grandmothers
never thought of using anything else for
Indigestion or Hilliousness. Doctors
wero scarce, and they seldom heard ol
appendicitis, nervous prostration, or
heart failuro, 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 mid organic action ol the system,
and that is all they lisik when feeling
dull and bad with headaches and other
aches. You mil v rued a few doses of
Green's August Flower' ill liquid form,
to make you satisfied there is nothing tho
matter witli you. Get Green's Prize Al
manac at Tho Davis Phaamaey, Tionesta.
Tuwusliip and Reroiigh Ofllcers.
Following is the result of the election
yesterday of Itorougb and Twp officers, so
far as we were able to ascertain this
morning ;
TIONKSTA 110HOUOH.
The following ticket was elected iu
the borough the election having passed
off without excitement of any sort :
School directors, J. E, Wenk, R. L.
Haslet; counciimen, G. G. Gaston, J. It.
Muse, Dr. J. C.Dunn; auditors, H. H.
Feit, Sharo Maxwell; assessor, II. E.
Moody ; judge of elections, G. W. Saw
yer; inspectors, J. J. Landers, W. M.
Hall.
HARMONY TOWNSHIP.
At West Hickory, or Upper Harmony,
the following gentlemen received major
ities in the voting, but the vote from the
Fogle Farm, which we were unable to
get this morning, may change the result
somewhat: Auditors, fl. L, Smith, J. A.
Dawson ; assessor, II. C. Kemble; judge
of election, Geo. L- King; Inspectors,
L D. Green, W. W. Siggins; road com
missioner, J. 8. Vail ; treasurer, M. N.
Gilbert ; assistant assessor, M. L. Wei
kal ; clerk, Isaac Siggins ; School direc
tors, 11. S. Sutley, A. J. Siggins ; justice
of th9 fieace, F. E. Mntcalf: overseer of
poor, R. W. Pimm.
JfiNKS TOWNSHIP.
Tho following ticket was elected in
Jenks township: School directors, T. J.
Reyner, J.H. Russell; road commission
er, J. C. Gilfillau; auditor, Peter Russel'j
clerl1, O. L. Scott; election officers,
Mariienville, judge, W. II. Sigworth;
in-pectors, R. M. Morrison, John Houpt.
TIONKSTA TOWNSHIP.
School directors, J. C. Hoovler, R. A.
Childs: Road commissioner, Jacob Wag
ner; treasurer, Wm. Lawrence; assessor,
Jacob Corb; auditors, Howard Ulocher,
Willis Wolf ; oversterof i he poor, J. B.
Edon; pathmasters, Geo. Swab, Francis
Hoovler, A. L. Thomson, Herman Blum,
F. Ledobur, H. Sibble, R. Mealy, Sol.
Hyers, Jos. Mulig, Ben. Mealy.
(1RKKN TOWNSHIP.
The returns from Green township In
dicate the election of the Republican
ticket, with the exception of assessor and
treasurer, which would leave the result
as follows: School directors, Lyman
Cook, G. A. Hilseman ; road commis
sioner, T. D. Collins; treasurer, Peter
Youugk ; clerk, Earl Small; assessor,
Henry Weingard; assistant, Geo. Stroup;
Judge, Harry Smith.
HH'KOKY TOWNSHIP.
Road commissioner, N. P. Wheeler;
school directors, A. W. Albaugh, 8. E.
Church; auditor, tie between A. E.
Soulliworth and A. T.Chambers; treasu
rer, G. W. Warden j clerk, J. A. Ander
son ; assessor, Uliarn-s nartorti.
-Pink packages for pale pocket books.
MARRIED.
GADLEY KNIGHT In Tionesta, Feb.
19, 1!K)1, by 8. J. setley, J. I'., Mr. Jonah
Gadley of Redely lie. Pa., and Miss
Sarah 8. Knlcht, of Oooksburg, Pa.
This sifroaturo Is on every twx of the gonuint
Laxative Brorao-Ouinine Taweu
the remedy that cure a cold In one day
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIUTUK of a writ of Fieri Fa
cias, issued out of the t'oint of Com-
uion l'leas of Forest County, Pennsylva
nia, siul tome directed, tl'ere will bo ex
posed to sale bv public vendue or outcry,
at the Court House, in the ltorou(rli of
Tionesta, Forest County, Pa., on
MONDAY, FEBRUAKY 5, A. 1J. 1W1,
at 1 o'clock p. rn., the following described
property, to-wit :
JAM KS H. PEAKS ALL vs. JOHN COON
ami w. M. COON, executors or vv. it.
COON, deceased, Fi. Fa., No. 4, Febrn
ary Term, lilol, (Waivers). Samuel D.
Irwin, Attorney.
All the riuht. title, interest anil claim
ofthe defendant of. In and to all that cer
tain improved tract or lot of land situate
in Harnett township, Forest counly,
Pennsylvania, formerly known as the
ltrailuii lot, and part ol that lot known as
the Steele lot, bounded and described as
follows, viz : llcir'umnK at a post on
east line of the Biimharn land?, thence by
line of Forbes and Unison lot eastwardly
1:UJ 2-10 porches to a post, thence south
westerly 42 roils to post, thence eastward
ly :U rods to a post, thence southwesterly
107 roils to post, thence sonthwestcrlj' M
rods to line of KeMoir, thence along
Kelloirn line westwardlv M rods to
small pine, thence southwesterly alonn
Kcllocii line HO rods to a post, thence
westwardly 44 2-10 rods to a Issech tree,
thence northwardly rods to a post
thence westwardly 44 2-Hl rods to a hi
stone, thence northwardly at rods to post,
thence westward ly Wl rods to a post on
lino of Kiihns lot. thence northwestward
Iv aloiiK a,iid lino 122 rods to a post, thence
westwardlv 2( rods to a beech trce.thence
northwardly il rods to the place of be
IlinninK, as surveyed by J J. Livingston,
Hurvevor. May 7. 1877. Beinir same land
conveyed. by Kirehev,Firikliine A Co., to
wm. K. Coon, ty deed iiaicu auk. zi,
1H77, and recorded in Forest county on
Dec. 2i, 1877. in Deed Kook 10, pane 2SH,
Ac., and computed in contain I'.m acres
and 28 perches of land.
Exceptinir therefrom and thereout nev
erthi less. sixty-nine acres of laud con
veved liv W. K. Coon to C. F. Coon, by
deed dated February ", in'.H, and record
ed iu Deed Hook No. 2:1, page 622, in For
est i-oiinty.
Also exceptinir therefrom seven acres
of land conveyed by W,K. Coon to Louisa
Hottel, by deed dated April 22d, 1nw.
Recorded ill Forest county, Pa., in Deed
Hook No. 20. pairo 14.1, Ao., as by refer
ence to said n cords will fully and .at
lar(-o appear; deducting which lands
sold leaves ill this tract 122 acres and 28
perches of which scid W. K. Coon died
seized, and which is hereby advertised
.... .1 .... n..l .1. Iliurn Iu .int.-fl
III Dl-, Willi IF.l " ... . . m.-.w ... . . -
one and one-halt story house about 21x28
feet, weather-boarded anil painted, and
one boa: d house 18x24 feet one and one-
hall stories liiuh and other outliiiililiniis;
also, one ham 40x12 feet with shed at
tached; also, a lare orchard lliureoii.aud
a irood spruiK ol water.
Taken in execution and to be sold
the pioncrly of John Coon and W. M.
Cihui, ffxecutors of W, R. Conn deceased,
at the suit ol James IS. Pearsall.
TERMS OF KALE. The followiiir
must be strictly complied with when the
property is stricken down :
1. W hen the plaintiff nrothcr lein cred
itors become the purchaser, the costs on
the writs must be paid, and a list of liens
ini-ludinir mortiniito scan-lies on the prop,
city sold, together witli siu-h lien credit.
nr's receipt" for tho amount of the pro
ceeds of thp sale or such portion thereof as
he inav claim, must bo furnished the
.Sheriff.
2. All bids must be paid in full.
:l. All sales not settled immediately will
be continued until 2 o'clock p. in., of tin
next day. at which time all property not
settled Iui will attain be put up and sold
at the expense and risk ol the person to
whom first sold.
See Purdim's Digest, NinMi Edition.
pane 44ti and Smith s I-onus, pano .184
Sheriffs Oilier. Tioinsta. Pa.. Jan
28 Hull.
J. w! JAMIESON, Shenll.
L. J. HOPKINS
Following our custom of past years after
Jan. 1st we make a
Grand Cleaninci Up Sale!
of all Odds and Ends.
Our Profits are in the Remnants.
They must all go, no matter about the price.
We have about
One Dozen Capes
In C loth or riutli. They go Willi the lt-M.
l'rire Ion't Count- We Are lioiiig to Sell
Them.
We have eight or ten
Ladies' Jackets.
Xlve Xew CiooiK, Latent Styles They All C.o.
All you have to tlo to get a Cape or Jaeket in
to "Want It." Come to Hopkins' Store and
you will take it home with you.
THEY MUST BE SOLD !
- - L. J. Hopkins. - -
203 Centre and I T A 1VI17C I Telephone
204 Sycamore I J A 1YI HvJ I 257.
Streets. VjnLJLj. I 0i, 'Cil p ,
$1.75 Black Waists, 79c,
jm Iu all Sizes, 32 to 1C.
TIT lc TTIir nVSf'RIPTlf
BLACK MERCERIZED CLO III, even rowa of lueks iu hack, a.xt eu
row of tucks 10 front, io groups nf four ea -h
TT I m 1 TUP. STORY OF THIi PURCH ASE-Maiiulaeturer.
aceut visited us recently with a l"t of
b . . . .
we selected this r ue as being the Deal m me wnoie iui in our junguieui,"i
... ..ffjr r,.r rimm n nfl'er that we rtallv dirl not suniM.se Would lie
accepted. It was, however, and they
them at 7'
THE SILK WAIST SELLING
h,.. m.,l. . hi iiiirirpsainn on the stuck
..b- imn siiw-lt no tlm 28th: there'
in iheSilk Waist Suction am) the
ami cuu tell ynu what gplemlid value
There are still a half dnzeu flannel
Flanm 1 onei. 81 HO
DRESSING SACKS From t he
$1 i'ersiao FlttuueU at leas than us.
PLAID BACK Threw out eight
cloths to be made without lining -ul
in stock.
We Sell McCALL'S BAZAR PATTERNS and tuke subscriptions for
McCall's Magazine patterns 10c miiI 15c; Magazine 50c, seut direct.
WILLIAM
Killmer
rb?4
W Patent Medicines,
b Druggists' Sundries,
l Toilet Articles,
M Groceries,
H Chinawure,
A Window Glass
m
S Paints, liltc.
February Bargains.
To Close our Stock of odd lots of
Reliable Merchandise.
ISimV lU'H'ers. Ten or eleve coat that were 83.50 to $5 00,
ize 3 anil 4 ouly, to close
Hoys' Suits. Two piece Suits, size 6, 7 and 8, all wool goods,
that ar; m irked to sell at $3 to ?7,
.Moil's Colored NllirlS. Our lust seasou' h ll-overs, that
were 81, lizns 15 to 17, more Ur ones, stock in windo, now 25c
?I Oil's I'll (I IM'tirfs. 1 1 1 h turn-down Collar at fault tort is
price 50c Tuff scurf in window, 19c
Moil's I'llllerw nr. Odd piece 50c Fleeces and 50c Ilibhed
Balbriforsn, mostly large si .... 25o
Moil's Troiisors. Here a pair there a pair, if you can use the
sizes. $2 pant for $1 00 83 00 pants for $150
Reduced prices on all men' trouser stuck, but uuf mush as above.
.Meil't Overooals. You may not nee 1 one this season, hut it will
nav voii to carry one over
LAMMEE.S',
41 43 SENEGA ST., - OIL CITY, PA
Arlington Hotel dlrectlj ..pposlleu.
j IRON CORNER
niHile nf all exee'leet UUalllVol FAST
wai.tn he was anxious to clone fir vasli
I il.: :.. .1 ....... A
are here uow about 75 or 100 of
going on and thin two weeks' selling
do uol want a sinnle one here to
still uuite a stack of them on the tables
prices maybe a friend has bought m e
are to ne nan
waist left SI out, 7Uc Si t rencD
filiist $3.50 Eiderdown one l- the
l iere of $1 50 $l.i5 Plaid Back
81 VJ, and they will uot again i.e put
B. JAMES,
Carries a full Hue ot
11 00
how $1.50 to 83
fiu uu coats tor v t on
H 50 coat for
5 00
8 50
10.00
12 00 coats for
15 00 coat for
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