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J C WINK, Editor 4 Phofricton- WEDXKSOAY, S KPT KM HKK 11. 1001. 1901 SEPTEMEES 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. TTTTTTY 8901 12 13 14 15 IQ 7 JL8 9 20 21 222325 26 27 23 29 30 KElTBLiCAN TICKET. STATE. Jtittiee of the Supreme 0rirf, WM. P. POTTER, of Allegheny. State ri'OMMitT, FHANK U. HARRIS, of Cleartield. COCNTY. Courtly Treasurer, CALVIN M. ARNER, Tionesta. THE PESIlEMS CONDITIOX. The latest bulletin issued last night at 10:30 by the physician indicates that the President is In a fair way to recovery, but that it will necessarily be slow. That lie is out or danger seems almost certain from the evidences ot the past 24 hours. May (5od grant it. ' THE (RIME Of THE TWENTIETH lESTlKY. No calamity in the history of the Unit ed States since tne assassination of the lamented Qarttehl, twenty years ago, lias created such widespiead feoliii of inlng led sorrow, horror and anger among the people as the news that was Hashed over the country shortly after four o'clock last Friday evening that the beloved Presi dent McKinlcy was shot, and perhaps mortally wounded, by a red-handed an archist. Naturally enough the first re' porta wero not credited, but as further bulletins confirmed the awlul story ex pressions of anguish were on every lip, while the wrath and fury of the ponple knew no bounds. To think that in the midst of peace, joy and prosperity, with no great issue Lelore the people to excite their passions, the K"d, kind-hearted, peace-loving Chief Executive should be tho target for the pistoi of even a devilish anarchist was too much for the people of the country to comprehend w ithout re flection. As the first bewildering shock passes the thought entries forcibly, what shall be done with the arch villain who would at tempt such a crime, and then comes, in spite of one's self, the spirit of vengeance. Why not make short work of him by turning him loose to the frantic populace? Why allow him to enjoy the notoriety he so much covets by a lingering legal trial, where only meagre Justice is meted cut after all? It has been said, let such at tempts, whetLcr successful or otherwise, be made treason, so that the penalty is sure death. This is not sullicient. Make the mere promulgation of anarchistic ideas by such devils as Emma Goldman, or anyone elso, treason, and wherever a clan of this nature is gathered or can be ferreted out, let it be raided and dealt with as a treasonable organization, Its members taken out and shot as plotters against the lile of the Republic. Let the dissemination ot anarchistic literature be among trensonable offenses. This be loved country, the greatest for order, peace and true freedom on the face of the earth, baa no use for anarchists. Lot them be exterminated, root and branch, thesameas you would exterminate hi enas and other devilish beasts. The country will never be safe so loug as these "reds" are allowed to go up and dowu the land preaching their hellish doctrine. Moderation will not do. Only sternest measures will eradicate the pest, and the sooner they are employed the better for the country, liestroy anarchy and its every friend and sympathizer. It is remarked that the United Slates has liberated. Cuba from pestilonee as well as despotic monarchical rule. Uncle Sam is a so. t of all-round benefactor. China has escaped paitition through the irllueuce and kindly feeling of the United Slates. Tcrkey can look nowhere for such a irioud and its cruelties have beeu loo systematic to admit of pallia tion. Mb. Bkyaiss remain that he sees no need Tor a new parly as long as the Dem ocrats stick to the Kansas Citv platform gives notice to the reorganize that if they get on top JJr. Bryau will lead a third party. A Danish dispatch speaks of an offer from the United Slates of 18,00(1,000 kroner for the Danish isands iu the West Indies. A Danish crown is worth 21.8 cents in this couutry, making the al leged price over $1,500,000. A minister iii a Kansas town recontly adopted a novel scheme for bolstei ing up the collection, which had been diminish ing. He informed bis congregation just before the plates were passed around that the members who were In debt were not expected to contribute. Tne collection that day was douhle the usual sum. To what extremes gome people will go to keep up appearances ! Appaiikstlt the leading Filipinos are pleased witli the conditions which are appearing iu their quarter of the world. The civil government which the Taft commission has been putting into opera-' lion in different parts of the island is giving satisfaction to most of the moder ates. The government which will re place this ore next year or the year after will be still more agreeable to them. The Filipinos may rest assured that the American people aie anxious to see them wished with their situation. The Amer icans themselves have good reason to bo pleased with the attitude of their wards on the other side ot the Pacific. roniH'ii. In lat week's issue of the Rkitiilican Rev. Mr. Mi'Aniiich closed the series of iRtercsting.'arriclcs en his travels in Pales tine, finishing with an account ot what he saw in the wonderful city ol Rome. These letters have been a source of great pleasure and edification to the waders of this pa) er for the past five mouths, and no doubt they will miss them greatly and regret their absence in future issues. We herewith reproduce, from the col umns of the Vindicator, a letter on Pom peii, written while Mr. McAniuch was on his eastern course, and which many of our reader did not have an opportunity to see : While passing through the ruins of this city, for centuries buried beneath the ashes of Vesuvius, but now, in large part uncovered, presenting such a aeene of ancient life as can he seen no where else iu tho world. I thought of how you would revel In this place. I had no idea that everything would he so perfect, gates, house-walls, streets, etc. Hut here they are just as when in the year T), A. D the sudden eruption of the Volcano covered them up. There seems to have been something in these ashes that preserved what they buried as in a hermetically sealed cau. We entered the city by a gate arched over ami built of stone al what Is called Sea Street, being the street that led to the sea. This is covered over for quite a distance and paved with square stone set in diagonally. In this arch a door was found leading into a large room which has been converted luto a muse um. We were taken into this aud shown a great number of relics fouud while excavating. These are all original finds, water and wino jars of all sizes, lamps and coin and various kinds of crockery. Perhaps the most Interesting sighta ere the cats of several men and womeu and ouo of a dog. When the ashes fell there were different qualities, some hardened quickly and when the hody had decomposed or turned to asl.es a perfect mold was left of th" nerson This w;is soon discovered and when they enmn to a place of tnia kind they made a small opening and poured in a plaster which so completely lined the mold that a perfect image of the person was the result. Several of the men had a inonev belt about them that shows nlainlv in the cast. They had evidently either at tempts i io escape tiy night or this was their method for carrying money. The large lips and retreati g forehead of one shows his color, while the massive limbs ol another has given him the name of gladiator. The cast of the diur show him to have been chained and trying to tin away, tne mars ot the collar ap pears in I he cast. Passing on up the street we come into me city proper. Jlere (he streets and walls are all laid bare. The narrow side walks seem to have been laid by the own ers oi aojoining property, as there is some variety in it. All" are of stone. some are flat souares. others are of small stones artistically arranged, some places little diamond shaped bits of marble are set in figures. The houses were all of stone witli thick walls from two to throe leet, there were t.o outside windows. only a door which opened into a hall leading to a square iu the center around which the house was built. Here were fountains and flower gardens such as I understand are common in tropical re news touay ami are Inund in Naples. From this square doors opened into va rious rooms, or rather there were open ngs over which curtains hung to screen the rooms. These rooms were small and square usually, with no opening except the entrance. On tiie walls of some of these rooms paintings still appear of all kinds of animals and persons. I did not see any landscapes. The colors wra beautiful yet. One lady remarked it was the first time she had ever really seen Pompeiian red. A great deal of statuary was found, one piece was entirely per fect, of beautiful white marble and al most life size. One bouse was very larite and had evidently been one of the best in the city, all its walls are painted In fig ures of great variety. Tho rooms are well preserved, the court paved with marble and around the large fountain are statues of men and women facing each other. The hous s were plumbed then just as they now are. Lead pipes were used which we saw throuuh an opening, while the waste pipes were us ually mo or eartnn pipes. The large public bath was a place of wonderful in terest. There it stands all in Btone and marble as alien those people used them. Little alcoves around the wall of a circu lar bath of about 15 foet in diameter and 3!4 feet deep seemed to have been dress ing rooms, m another part were hot and cold bath tubs or fountains in the same room. The walls of tho temple of Venus still stand but the statue of the goddess is in the British museum. There is tho altar of stone upon which the sacri fices were slain and the Mage where the maidens, devoted to this goddess, danced. The judgment seat with a male statue in front i tu good condition. In the hall way of the house of Glaucus is the mo saic ol a dog with this inscription "Cave Cannm," another floor in mosaic has the picture of a bear. We wore in the fish market, this is known by the painting and carvings on the wall of all sorts of animals and fruits very distinct and clear. We saw the theater aiid triangular mar ket. The streela are very narrow, many of them would not allow vehicles to pass in. These were raved with hard stone yet in many places thev were worn bv the passing chariot wheels into ruts of mur to six inches deep. This would in dicate that the city was very old when destroyed. There are other things that point in the same direction. In one place there are three steps in the side walk beside a house. Here were deep marks showing where people bad put their hands agaiust the stone in rising the step, alsoa marble fountain tho im inageofa woman out of whose mouth the water poured into a stone tank. Here tne people were accustomed to stop and drink. A deep hole has been worn in the alone where the riuht band rested and the woman's (statue) mouth has been worn away by frequent kissing half way to tne ears on one sldo. A bakery was found in which is an oven in pcrfe.-t condition, when found it contained loaves ot bread. It looked for all Ihe world like the out door ovens one often sees iu the country and which bake the best bread in the world. In this bakery sianu turee mills inr grinding tne grain. They are ot stone, circular and are high er than my bead. The nether stone seems to have a flat ton upon which rests the upper stone, this Is round finely cut with places for inserting two handles or poles by which It was to be turned, at the bottom of this was a small opening for the flour to sift through. This top stone was nonowed out like a vase but the op. eningat the bottom into the mill wai small. Good flour might easily be made. What a beautiful romantic placethisis, to wander amid the ruins of this ancient city, rich in ancient history and lore, backed by huge Vesuvius with bissmok- ing top shining in the rays of the sotting sun, in iront tne neautiiui liay oi Naples, around whose edgos. as far as the eve can reach, shino the white stone houses of nearly a million people and back of this a landscape or mils and mountains and plains in the highest state of cultivation. clothed in the most beautiful of earths fresh greenness. Hut I fear I may have already weariod you so I shall close. We are now nearing Crete Island in the .Meditoriancan and expect to rca.-h Fort Said to-morrow night, (Monday). I haw enjoyed this trip immensely all the way. The weather is now fine getting warm and in a few dnvs it will be warm enough. J. V. MoANfNCH. I'ouipeii, Italy, March 2i, 1001, Cream of the n. To atop short ot completion is failure. Uso your sense and aave your dollars by trading at T. C. S. It Shoes, Shoes, for eve'rylssly at Heath A F it's. " H Prohibition will never become popu lar as long as (be price of a g!as of lemo nade, will buy two beers. Now winter goods coining in at T C. S. It Outing flannel from 6 to 10c the yard at Heath t Feits. It. There are two bad things about cigarette smoking: first the cigarette, and then the fellow that smokes it. Rubbers I Rubbers! Rubbers! at T. C.S. H Don't forget that ti e White Star Gro cery sells the best and fi eshest goods for the least money. It To speak harshly or rashly may loose your causo. School suits and shoes for lioys at T. C. S. --You don't have to buy to be wel comed at T. C.fi. It When you want that suit or overcoat remember that Heath A Feit sell the "In ternational." It Women with a past never refuse a present. Every Man's d.illar has Ihe same value at T. V. S. It Applique dress trimmings at Heath A Feit's. n Any man can make himelf eonspi"ii ous by carrying a string of fish up the street. If you are interested in nico dre-s goods drop in and inspect our line. Heath d Feit. It If it wore literally true that whiskey tills our jails, lots of men couldn't be kept out of them. We always keep a little in advance of the other fellows. See prices at Tionnsta Cash Store. it - The peach season is drawing to a close. If you haven't laid in your sup. ply do it at once. The White Star Gro. eery is the place to get the best aud the cheapest. H We have the largest as well as (he boot selected stock of French flannols In town. Just Ihe things for waists. lit nth A Feit. When it comes to turning away wrath, a son answer is not in it with an invitation to face tho bar-tender. Statkok Ohio,;City opToi.kdo, I Luci's County. f Frank J. Ciiknut makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business in the (. ity ol 1 oletio. County and Slato afore sai ', and that said firin will pay the sum of ON K HUNDRED DOLLARS f..r each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hall's Ca- TAItllll 1UBK. FRANK J. CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this (ith day ol December, A. if, ij-;o, sral. A. W. GLEASON, Aotaiy Publie. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Send lor testimonials, free. A t'omimitiirnlion. Mr. Editor Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I suffered lor three years with (he bronchitis and coud not sleep at nights. ( tried several doctors ami vr. .ious patent medicines, but could get 'nothing to give me i elief until my wife got a bottle or this valuable medicine, which has completely rdieved me. W. S. Brockman, liagneil. Mo. This remedy is forssle by Killmer Bros. Tionesta, and W, G. Wilkins, West Hickory. TOllt TO TIIK lMUFll' t'OAMT. Another Ocnnrliinllr In Visit (nlllnrnln I mler Ihe n-llee of Ihe I'ennsylvnnin Itailrond's 1'erHOlliilly-t'uiiiliirletl Mystetn. In view of the great popularity of trans continental travel under the personally conducted system, as evinced in the re cent Pennsylvania Railroad tour to the racitic Coast and Canadian Northwest. that company has decided to run another tour to the Pacific Const, including in the itinerary a visit to the world-lainnns Urn nil Canon of Arizona, in the eaily ran. me tour will leave New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Washington. and other stations on the Penn-ylvania Railroad east of Pittsburg, on Monday, Sept. 23, and reach New York on the noiueward trip I uesday, O -t. 22. As in former tours to' California under Ihe auspices of the Pennsylvania Rail road, a special (rain, composed of the nignest class ol I'uiiman equipment, will be utilized during the entire trip. Excel lent metis will be served in Ihe dining cars attached to the train tluring the en tire journey, except during the stops at San Francisco and in Chicago. An ob servation ear wiil appeal to all who de light in scenery, tew trips afford so great a diversity in Nature's beauties as the one outlined below. Westward bound the tourists will pass through the wild slopes of the Colorado Rockies, around the Great Salt Lake, and ovor the fast nesses of ihe Sierra Navada. AfW visit ing all the beautiful resorts on the sunny California slopes, the eastward journey will be through the Arizona desert to tie Grand Canon of Arizona. Its beauties cannot be painted in mero words. Mag nificent in coloring, awful in iUi depths, it stands among the natural wonders ol the world. Thence across the plains to St. Louis, and Eastward through Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, the tourists reach their destination just thirty days after leaving home. : The various transcontinental lines hay ing made low rates on account of the General Triennial Convention of the Protestant Epis.-opal Church, the Penn sylvania Railroad Company is enaiiled to btl'or this suporb va-atiou trip at tho low rate of for the round trip from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, or any point on the Pennsylva nia Railroad east of Pittsburg, one in a berth ; and $lli.i for the round trip, two persons occupying the same berth. The rate from PitUtburg will be $." less. Diagrams are now open, and as the number who can be accommodated will be strictly limited, names should be reg istered immediately. For fnrlher information and descrip tive pamphlet, apply to George W.Boyd, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Broad Street Station, Philadelphia. 2t Fanning and Slock ItoMnir in Eastern Xorfh Carolina We have some good farms for sale, suitable for trucking, fruit and berry growing. We have some line property tor sale suitable for stock raising or dairy farming, fine natural pasturage Isith winter unu summer, gnuo. water, .trans portation facilities both rail and water good. J. J. Wolfenden, Now Bern, N, C. . H-2H-fit Extculur's Notice. Letters Testamentary having been giauted the undersigned on the estate of Edward Kerr, late of Harnett township, deceased, all persons indebted are re quested to make payment, and those having claims, to present the same, duly authenticated, without delay to Samukl M. Hknrv, Executor. Tluuesta, Pu , Sept. II, 11HJI. . "I'MI iiWTI Hriliirrd Hates u Oil Illy, art-aunt the Fair. On account of the Fair lo be held at Oil City, September 10 to 13, the Pennsylva nia Railroad Company well sell round trip tickets to Oil City Ironi PuBois, Kit tanning, Corry, Warren, and Intermedi diato points at reduced ratis. Tickets will be sold on September 10, 11, 12, and Ki, good to return until Sep tember U, inclusive. u A Good Thiiitr. German Syrup is the special prescrip tion of Dr. A. Bosehee, a celebrated Oer man Phvsician and is acknowledged to be one ol (he most fortunato discoveries iu Medicine. It quickly cures Coughs, Colds anil all Lung troubles of the sever est nature, removing as it does, the cause of the affection and leaving (he parts in a strong and healthy condition. It is not nn experimental medicine, but has stood the test of years, giving satisfaction in every case which its rapidly increasing selo every season confirms. Two mil lion bottles sold annually. Boschec's German Syrup was introduced in the United States in INiS. ami is now sold in every town and village in the civilized world. Three doses will relieve any ordinary cough. Price 75 eta. Gel Green's Prize Almanac COliPElTEl) EVEKV TUESDAY, BY KKI.IA1U.K DEALERS Flour sack 1.00 l.l Corn meal, feed, $ 100 tti t.i0 Corn meal, family, 100 tb 1.25 Chop feed, pure grain l.ii !'s AS Corn, shelled .70 Brans i bushel a.SO Ham, sugar cured ,5 lUeon, sugar cured .14 Shoulders ,10 Whitetish p kit .00 Sugar .(UQ.07 Svrnp .5,) N. O. Molasses ,s,v .50 Coffee, Uoast Kio 124 15 Coffee, blended Java ,25 Tea :6 ,50 Buller (ij.22 Rice 0.-(g).'oi( Eggs, fresh.... .15 Salt 'jA barrel i.ftti Lard ,11 Potatoes, bushel .35 Potatoes, new "pi peck ,;to Lime Iwrrel 90t.O0 Nails keg a.75 TRIAL LIST. List of causes set down for trial In the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Fourth Monday of September, 1101 : 1. J. F. Proper for use of A. M. Dniitt, vs. S. J. Campbell, administrator of John L. Peters, deceased, anil Martha L. Pet ers, No. 1, August Term, law. New trial. 2. O. W. Proper vs. Tionesta Gas Com pany, J. C. Bowman, E. W. Ilowman, S. .1. Wnhwtit, William Wnleolt sod N. T. Ileckwith, No. 21, Sept, term, 1900. Summons in ejectment. 3. George O, Snowden, Carl I. Hey drick, J. 11. Snowden, vs. Edmund Piquignot, A. J. Carnahan and S. Y. Hainage. No. 0. May Term, P.100. Sum mons in ejectment. 4. Caroline Simonsoii, by her next menu ami mother, katie Snnonson, vs. Marion Gerow, G. E. Gerow, H. W, Hor ner and Caroline S. Horner. No. 0. SenL term, KKW. Summons in action of tres pass. o. .1. v . Morrow vs. John and Eliza beth lloovlor, No. W, August term, 1S0H. App'al by Heft. Irom J. P. (i. J. T. Jones vs. I. N. Paiterson. No. 11, Nov. Term, loot). Summons in ,,. siimpsit, 7. J. F, Proper ami O. W, Pinner, vs. Mauley Crosby and L. Hamontl doing business as Hammond A Crosby. No. 1.1, May Term, lHtm. Summons in as sumpsit. fi .1. W. Bcxter, ts. Mi V. Patterson and J. E. Heck, trading aa Patterson A Heck. No. 30, .May, Term, 1001. Sum mons in assumpsit. 9. W. W. Walters vs. Harnett Town ship Poor District, No. 5, Nov. Term I!W. Appeal by Deft, from J. P. 10. M. C. Watson, vs. J. E. Beck. No. I, May Term, lonl. Summons in as sumpsit. 11. James Johnson vs. Jonathan Al baugh. No. 22, Nov. Term, ISiw. Appeal by Deft, from J. P. Attest, JOHN II. ROHERTSON, Prothonotary. Tionesta, Pa, August 2", 1901. PROCLAMATION. Whkkkas, The Hon. W. M. Lindsey, President Judgo of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for tho county of Forest, has issued his pro eept for holdinga Court of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to commence on the Fourth Monday of September, being tho 2;Srd day nf September, 1901. No tice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they bo then and there in thoir proper persons at ten o'clock A. SI., ot said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their office appertain to be done, and to those whoaro hound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in tho jail of Forest County, that they may bo then and there to prosecute against thein as shall be just. Given un der mv hand and seal this 20th day of August, A. D. 1901. J. W. JAMIESON, L.S. Sheriff. Confirmation Notice. Notice is horiiby given that the follow ing accounts have been tiled in my ollice and will bo presented at the next term of Court for confirmation : First and final account of William M. Wolcott, administrator of the estate of Alfred H. Hill, deceased, late of Tionesta Borough, Pa. First ami partial account of A. E. Stono cipher, administrator ol (he estate of Dr. S. S. Towler, deceased, lalo of Marien ville, Pa. J. H. ROBERTSON, Clork of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., August 27, 1901. H OW about your stock of Stationary We do Inch class Job Printing. IT P A VQ TO ADVERTISE in I I I O THIS PAPER. On or 0ft Our underwear will please you, as it is a combination nl all desir. ble qualities Our Hue of Men's gartueuls is particularly strong, iucluding all cotton, cotton ami wool mixed, aud all wool garments in the proper weights fur fall aud winter. Kvrry inrmeiit it MjuIp Aa It Should lie. ROBINSON. MENOMENT TO TIIE CON8TITU TION I'ROmsKDTO THE CHI ZENSOFTIIISt OMMON WEALTH FOIt THEIU APPROVAL Oil REJECTION BY THE GENERAL ASSEMHLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENN SYLVANIA, PUBLISHED HY OUPEU OK THE SKCHEl'AUY OF THE COM MONWEALTH, IN I'UKBUANCE OK ARTICLE Will OF THE CONTITU HON. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitu tion of the Commonwealth. Sectinu 1. Ite it resolve,! by the Senate ami House of Representatives of the Coin monwealth iu Gsaeral Assembly met. That the full iwing is proposed as aineuduienti to the Constitution of the Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania, in accordance with the provisions of the eighteenth article there of: Aiuem'ment One to Article Eight Secllon One. Add at the end of the first parsgiaph of sain Btn tiou, aiter tne wonts "shall hi en titled to vote at all elections," the words "subject however to such laws requiring and regulating (lis registration of electors as lha General Assembly may enact," so that the said sectiou shall read as follows : . Section 1. Qualifications of Electors. Every male citizen twenty one years of age, possessing the following qualifications, shall be entitled to vole at all elections, subject however to such laws requiring and regulating the registration of electors as the general Assembly may enact: 1. He shall have been a citizen of the United States at least one month. 2. He shall have resided in the state one year (or, having previously been a quali fied elector or native born citizsn of the State, he shall have removed therefrom and relumed, then six mouths,) immediately preceding the election. 3. He shall have resided in the election district where he shall otter to vole at least two mouths Immediately preceding tin) electiou. 4 If twenty-two years of age and up wards, he shall have paid within two years a slate or county tax, which shall have been assessed at least two months and paid at least one month before the election. Amendment Two to Article Eight, Section Seven. S.rike out from said section the words "but no elector shall be deprived of; the privilege of voting by reason of his uame not being registered," and add to said sec tion the following words, "hut laws regula ting and requiring the registration of elec tors may Is) enacted to apply toelties only, provided that such laws be uniform for cities of the same class, " so that the said section shall rt-ad as follows : Section 7. Uniformity of Election Laws. All laws regulating (he holding of elrctious by the citiz-nsor for the registration of elec tors shall be uniform throughout the State, hut laws regulatlug and requiring the reg istration of electors may he euacted to ap ply to cities only, provided' lhat such laws be uniform for cities nf the same class. A true copy of the Joint Resolution. W. W. Q III EST, SecietAry of the Common wealth. AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITU--- TION PROPOSED TO THE CITI ZENS OK" THIS COMMONWEALTH FOR THEIR APPROVAL OR REJEC TION BY TIIE GENERAL ASSEMHLY OP THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENN SYLVANIA, PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF TIIE SECRETARY OF THE COM MONWEALTH IN PURSUANCE OB" ARTICLE XVIII OF THE CONSTITU TION. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amendment to the Constitu tion of the Common wealtu. Section!, ite it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Com monwealth of Pennsylvania iu General As sembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the aulhcrily of the same. Thai the following is proposed as an amendment to the Consti tution of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl vania, in accordance with ths provisions of Aren't they handsome? CAST IRON. WATER PROOF SHOES. Tionesta Gash New Fall Goods Arriving Daily. HEATH so. A. Waynk Cook, President, A. B. F0KEST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, MRKCTOKS A. Wayne Ctsik, . G. W, Robinson, Wm. Sineaibaugh, N. P. Wheeler, T. F. Ritchey. J. T. Dale, J. II. Kelly! Collections remitted for 011 day of pr.yment at low rates. Wo promise our custom ers all tho boiiellU consistent with conservative b king. Interest ptltl on lime deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. the Eighteenth article thereof. Amendment. 8trike out section four of article eight, and insert in place thereof, as follows : Seetiun 4. All elections by the citizens shall Is) by ballot or by such other method as may In) prescribed by law : Provided, That secrecy in voting Im preserved. A true copy of the Joint Resolution. W. W.GRIEST, Secretary of the Commonwealth. i STANDARD OtL CO. - mihWh; i.'n'-ni! IDr.Fenncr'sGOLDEN RELIEF! A TRl'B inr IN ALL INFLAMMATION I S? - KorttlinMal. MfaUlKI ift nnfiute. llKtb- hr .1 mtiiuifi, t'olil Hrf.oni. rt- ! m d CUK3 ANY PAIN INSIDE OR OUT I in uin-U Hurt v iiLitiuii'. I BI't-Alen. TUoiikUvbiiitUii.rredoDtsV.'rY. That's what must ev ery lad ? fays when they look at our new Ore! Footwear. The eruartet Patent Leather shoes are hero style shows out la ev ery line, lace and but ton. No fancy prices for style never 1 I u a Una cv... . of I j p J i I i f I i v i ;i' il r.ir..!V.i m a $ 1 i ft i.m i n in it t,'. i. i (t n v n itixiiti ttia A U t i U I Cll-tlur.;; MCstHi'O. I tf 39 :.,ui:ir. i. would ho j net the thing or School fSIioen if it were mora pliabb aud not quite 10 heavy. The neit best thing is our "Twin Owl" Calf Shoos for boys and ojrls. F!l 'hoes ate nearly all s'zei and widths, Try a air of these good shoes at 81.50 aud $1,75. and heavy shoes f,ir mcu the kind that give thai easy feeling to your feet, We have all styles from the wide French toe lo the most fashionable dress shoe. C mie to us for shoes and rubbers and save money on every purchase. & FEIT. sons. Kkllt, Cashier, Wm. SXKAltllAl'OU, Vice Proslden NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 150,000. Special. M e will put im Sale beginning this) Iaj , n Shoe for Indira, Marie oT French I'ntent Culf F.iiiiiiiel, llenvy i:leiiHion Sole, in all .Size ami w ill Hi, al lta..0 per pair. , JOE LEVI, Cor. Centre, Seui t a, it Sycamore bis Oil. 'ITY, IM. Store