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THF FOREST REPUBLICAN.
4. C. WINK, Editor 4 PiomiToi. WKDNKSflAY, FKBRUAKY 5, 1902 FEBRUARY 1902 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. ! Sa. 1 7 J 2! 3 6 9 1011 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Is those days nil eyes in Europe are on the United States mid American methods. Noon can deny herealter llin artistic temperament ol tbe Chinese in San Fran cisco. They havejnst mobbed a trage dian on critical irronnd. One reason why this country suo-eeds better tlian aotne in Europe is that it hunt down biigandaand never looks on idly while they exact ransonie tor cap tives. It is ohsoived that Hon. J. K. P. Hall is "mentioned" In connection with the Democratic nomination lor Governor. Now, If it should happen that Jim should actually be nominated what a pudding ! Is IS,") the per capita of wealth iu the United Stales was f.'.OT.ti!'. In lfoO the per capta was li'15.!W, with a population increa!ed threetold. The increase 11 ti e numlier of inhahitanta in this country is rapid, but the ratio of wealth is still fast er. A Trkasi rt surplus will be one of the problems which the new Secretary, Gov ernor Shaw, must take up when he gets into olliee. Whenever the Republicans come into power in Washington that n.uie old surplus emerges from hiding and the deficit ot tbe Democracy takes to the woods. Tnc Union p.irty, so far as Philadal ph a is concerned, has quit business and its chiel promoter, John Wauama -er, is in dei pest sorrow. The Times, hich gave Wanamsker much help in organiz ing and coddling the organization, aavs: "It is dead. When February comes there will bo not enouijh of it left to require burial. That episode is closed." It is to Iw hoped that dining the visit ot Prince Henry our people may not, through the excessive Use of sycophancy and servile adulation, succeed in giving him a wrong impression. Americana never appear to so poor advantage as when they undertake to be something they are not. '1 berefore cut out the snob bery, flattery and toadyism, and give him the genuine article in tl.e shape of a good, cordial, every-day American welcome. Ami give it to biin straight. Rlizzard. That's right, Brother. We endorse the sentiment heartily. Fill up the Prince in proper shape, but with the genuine stuff. Saner kraut and weiner worst, with lager beer accompaniments. So fancy frills in this frolic Thk prospects lor tbe passage of an isthmian canal bill in tbe present session of Congress are not quite so bright as they seemed to be a lew days ago, yet hope of favorable action will not be given up. An overwhelming majority of the American people want canal built, and they want it over the Nicaragua route. It ia well enough tor the Senate to give careful ex amination to the Panama company's of fer, but all discussion which baa no pur pose except obstruction should be avoid ed. The country believes that tbe most advantageous mule ia that b way of Nic aragua, w hich has been surveyed several times, and whicli has been in the minds of the people ol the United States for this pui pone for ball a century. Conorkss baa a new game. It is called "Greenback Pokor." Any number can play it. It takes a dollar bill to come into the pt. An ingenious at desman, while examining some paper money a low data ago, liis 'overeil that in numiierson tiie bills (here ia likely to bo pairs. 107G!t!r7 there are two sixes, two sevens and two nines. In lo-s than a minute bo had bet n dollrr that this tiill bad a better poker hand on it than the other fellow's. That started it and now every body In the capital a ho has the required stock of dollar I ill', in p yii.g. As in poker, the man Willi the most pair or threes wins. Every interger in the bill number can be utalizcd. M ist of the paer money in circulation is nmnliered up in the millions. Representative Canon, of Ill inois, is away ahead. He has, by diligent search, acquired a hill with four nines and three sixes on it It is the pr sent Intention to have all tho United States troops withdrawn from Cul a lieforo the new government goes into operation in that island. Thia looks a little risky, but pel haps it can be done safely. There was very little Interest felt in Cuba in the recent election for presi dent, but this was largely because one of the candidates, Maso withdrew, which left the field to Palma. Tiie withdraw) of Mao, however, idiowed a sullennesa on the 1 'art of his supporters, and an unwill ingness 10 recognize the Palm 1 adminis tration, n hu h may mean trouble for the new president. It would seem that the United States ought to keep some troops in tl.e island until the new republic is fa'rly in operation. It would tie aw k ward for us to be compelled to send troops into Cuba to suppress insurrection against I'alma. We must prevent any Central American orgies in our ward ill the i.iilf of Mex ico. JamksS. Fill it, internal revenue col lector lor tho western district of Pennsyl vania, died at a hospital in Chicago on Friday last, whither he bad been taken fr t r. at 111 n t lor cancer of the stomachc. ' Genial big-hearted Jim Fruit! He was one or the most popular men in State ollii ial life. Three times ele- ted to the ; House of Representative fiom Mercer j I'omitv, twice represented his district ill I the Mat" Senate, and twice named as col- lector of this district, lie had been almost constantly In office for fifteen years, yet he retained the gnod w ill of and grew in popularity with the people. There was tin sham or prelenae about the man. He was outspoken and honest with friend and fi-e alike, and he dispiaed bynocracy. Those who knew Jim Fruit will drop a tear of sad regret at the loss of a loyal and true-hearted friend. Mr. Fruit was aged ,Y! yearn, and leaves a wife and one son. His home was in Sharon, where the burial took place on Monday, PirrxiiiRii authorities should run aome of their so-called " Detect ivea"' into the river, if only a portion of the publish ed icports are true. The wonderful "bravery" ot these sleuths would vomit a dog. The liiddles doubtless were a bad pair and evidently dangerous when cor nered, but that was no jurisdiction for shooting them w ith buckshot and batter ing their brains out with the butts of Winchesters after they had been mortally wounded and were prostrated and help less on the ground. This shameful con duct has been most severly condenied by the newspapers everywhere. One sensible utterance is from the Blizzard: The squabble that arose between the But ler County authorities and the Pittsburg detectives is said to have had it origib In MeGovern, the great I Am from Pitts burg, who not only endeavored to run things with a high hand, bin who, if half that is told of him is true, deserve to be put in the cell lately occupied by the Biddies. At the Coroner'a inquest the testi:i oney of Deputy Sheriff Rainey iloon was in part that after Jack biddie was down, and while Hoon waa putting the handcuffs on hlin, MeGovern, one of the Pittsburg men, hit him over the bead w ith the butt of a Wincnester riflo and also shot him, Jack saying, "For God's sake don't shoot uie any more ; let me die in peace." When a Pitlsbnrg detec tive, waa giving bis testimony, waa asked in n'gsrd to the above statement, he ask ed to be excused from answering it. And it is further said that In the evening, while tt-e unfortunate men were slowly dying in their cells, this same man Me Govern was stalking about the jail and pointing his gun at those who did not comply with bis orders. If these charges be true, the ' brave detective" seems to possess in an eminent degree many of the characteristics of the stinker BIG Fll'lt IN WATERBURY. Large Pa t of Business Section Wiped Out LeSw v2,V30,OCO. Waterhuty. Conn., Feb. 3. The most disastrous ihe a, the histcy of Wa terhury broke out in the heart of the city shortly h?.'c.:e 0:Srt o'clock last evening. A large s 'cticn of the hit d ness part of '.he ity was wiped out. The f.re originated in the upholstery departniert cti 1,10 third flocr of tho store of Eeid li' Hu;;lie3, drygoods company en Bank stret. Insurant 0 irrii estimate that the property datunge will be found to be considerably over $2.mW),ui0. Origin cf tho it if vatloii is not known. The Are r;za ret disrevered until It had chined tremendous headway. Largs F.-. Auction of Taxes. Vaf,uln,t; u. Fell. u. The majority and rrinority rciairt.s on the bills re ducir.g lif wa.- levenue taxes are prai :.icaliy computed, the purpose be In? to reiiort the bill to the house alter n reetir-s of the ways and m;aus 1 . ni inlt tee today. Chairman Payne'a majority report Is fcrc ?h?.dowed in his recent statement, when the bill waa agreed upon. It deals mai-l" with the extent and details of the reSvi; tlon, which la said to be the b.rgest single reduction of taxation ever iv.adc by a nation. Tho minority of tho committee crr'-'-red and will meet at It a. m. t to sign the find draft of their ropart. It will concur with the majority In suppoitirT the tax reduction and also will diecu3 the general subject of tariff revision. Charges to Be Invettigated. London. Feb. 4 The scandal aris ing from the charges brought against British officers by Sir John Blundell Maple. M. P., In connection with the purchasing of horses for the army, caused ftnther acrimonious comment yesterday. It v.as announced that Ma jor General W. R. Truman, inspector general of the remount department, asked for the appointment of a court of inquiry. The war secretary, Mr. Brodrick. replying, said he agreed It was desirable that a thorough Investi gation should be made of the whole subject and promised that the Inquiry would be opened without delay. Working For World's Fair. St. l.ouls. Feb. 4. A delegation of Louisiana P11rch1.se exposition offi cials, headed by President Francis and ramiMM'J of leading citizens, will form a committee to start the campaign for world's fair legislation in the New England states and New York. March 11 this delegation will appear before the New York general assembly after which they will meet tho New Eng land governors at a banquet that s being arranged In P.oston. tl Is tx pected that New York will appropriate $731.0ini and Massachusetts state at least $ro.ni'i. nearness Cannot Re Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way tu euro deafness, and that ia by constitutional remedies, Heafnos is caused by an inflamed con dition of th" mucous lining of the Eu stachian Tube. When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperlo't hearing, and when it ia entire ly closed deafness is the result, and un less the inllamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will lie destroyed forever: nine cases out often are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the miico.ua surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ease of Ileafnesa (caused by calaiTh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, Send for circulars, free. F. (. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, i5. Hall's Family Pills are the best. . The Nickel Plate Road will sell liomei-ecker excursion tickets to all points in the West, Northwest and Southwest on Feb. 4th and lHlh, II eral return limits. Inquire of nearest ticket aneiit of the Nickel Plate Road, or call at or address Citv Ticket Ollicn !MI State SI., Erie, Pa. H. C. Allen. C. P. A T. A. No. 10 1 29 :it J Very Low Rale to Hie Morlliwcst. I March 1 to April SO, l'.sij. the Chicago. Milwaukee St. Paul Hailway will sell tickets to Miin'ana, Idaho nrd North Pa citio coast poinla at the following greatly reduced rales: From Chicago to Butte, Helena and Anaconda. JiOOii; Spokane, fclO.ftt); Portland, Jema, St attic, Vic toria and Vancover, Jit.i.Ofl. Choice of routes via Omaha or St. i'aul. cor further information apply to any coupon ticket am'nt in the United States or Canada or address John R. Pott, dis trict Passenger Agent, MO Park Itl.lg , Pittsburg, Pa. l-t ;it. Koairlhlua Thnl Will Ho Yoaliooil. We know of 110 way in which wo lie of more service to our rea 'era than to tell them of anmetliinu that w ill be ol real good to them. For tins reason we waul to acquaint them with w hat we consider one ol the very bot remedies on tbe market for coughs, colds, and llial alarm ing, complaint, croup. We relcr to Chamberlain's Cough liemcd v. We have used it w ith such good results in our family so long that it h:;s become a household necessity. By its prompt use we haven't any doubt but that it has tune and again prevented croup. The tosti timony is given upon our own exper ience, and we suggest that our readers, especially those who huveatnnllcliildi'cn, always keep it :u their homes as a sale iiuard against croup. Catudtm, S. C, Mosscngoi. For sale bv Kilhner Uros , Tiouesta, W. G. Wilkii a, Wist lli. korv. Pa. Ked.iced Katos lor llomcscekers Feb. 4th and IS1I1 via the Nickel Plate Kad to Minue-ota, Iowa, Colorado, So. Dakota, Arizona, all parts of T xas in cluding its oil field, and all Western, Northwestern am. Southwestern points, Liberal return limit. Inquire nearest agent of the Nickel Plate ftoad, or call on or address Citv Ticket Cilice. S'JO Slate St.. Erie, Pa. U. C. Alien, C. P. .v. T. a. No. 17 i-: at Tnnr la Caba. The Illinois Central Railroad has ar ranged to run an excursion to Cuba via its own lines to New Orleans thence via the Montan Steanisbip Line to Hava-ia, Will leave Cincinnati and Chicago Janu ary ;U), 1!HJ, and on return will reach Cincinnati and Chicago 011 Kehruarv II, l'.XrJ. A delightlol vnyaue acioss the Gulf of Mexico, a six days' slay on the Island ofCuba, Matanzas, the valley of Yumurl, the Caves of Bella Var and other interesting poinla. Party w ill reach New Orleans on return in Knie for Mardi Gras feativities. Tour under the escort of the American tourist Association. Kate from Cincinnati and Chicago JlVioO for the round trip which includes all expenses everywhere. Address 1'.. A. Kichter, Traveling Tassei-cer Ag'nl, Illinois Central K. K.,el3 Park llldg. Pittsburg, Pa. J l-l.i ;u "Mnrill (irns al New Orleans." The Illinois Central Railroad w ill run special excursion from Cincinnati and Chicago for those desiring 10 attend the festivities on thiscx-casion and will sell tickets from all points at greatly r duced rates. Mardi Gras occurs this year Tues day February 1 Ith. Diagram for Sleep ing cars now opon and reservation will be mado In order received. For roll par li ulais address E. A. Kichter, Traveling Pasaenger Agent, 2 Park building, Pittsburg, Pa. 1-15 41 Education For F.verjoue, We teach at your home, bookkeeping, typewriting, shorihanil, telegraphy, arithm tic ami English, by mail. ' Write for free information as to our method. We will send yon the first lesson In shorthand on receipt of loots. Try it. We furnish our students Willi typewriter at their homes. WaRRKN CoRRKsroMiKtri: Scllool,, Ufllce, No. II, llolfman HI. ck, Warrtn, I'a. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no besitaney'in saying that it is (he be-t remedy f r coughs, colds and croup I hare ever used In my family. I have not words 10 express my conlid nce in this remedy. Mra. J. A. Moore, North Star, Mich. Sold by Killmer Bros. Tionoala, W. U. Wilkin. West lli. koiv, I'a. CORPECTED EVERY TUESDAY, BY RELIABLE DEAI.EKS Flour 1) sack I.l0fil.:-i 1.4.1 l.ti:. I 511 .. .CO Corn meal, feed, f 100 lb Corn meal, family, I. Hi lb.. Chop feed, pure grain Oats Corp., shelled Ruckwheat flour, 'f lb Beans') bushel Ham, sugar cured , Bacon, sugar cured Shoulders Salt Pork, "r Ih Whitefish i kit Sugar Syrup N. O. Molasses Coffee, Uoast Kio Coffee, blended Java Toa Butler Rice Eggs, fresh ... Salt ft barrel Lard Potatoes, f bushel Potatoes, Sweet "r Iti Lime barrel Nails V keg 2.S0 .1". ,t: .10 .ii .Ml .i"i(.i .ru ,".Va .!, LiKdl.-. on! (it.'J.'. .Ooioi.ns . ( .2") !..Vi .11 .!() .02 .MISI.IH) i!.75 SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTCK or a writ or Fieri Fa cias, issued out of the Couit of Com mon Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylva nia, and to me directed, there will be ex posed to sale by public vendue or outcry, at the Court House, in the Borough of Tioneata, Forest County, Pa., on MONDAY, FF.DKCAKY "I, A. I). Wl, at one o'clock p. in. tho following de scribed real estate, lo-wit : SAKAII BOVARD vs. JOHN W. NO BLE. Fieri Facias No 8. February Term, mi, 1 Waivers). T. F. Kitchey, Attorney. All defendant's right, title. Interest and claim of, in and 10 all Hint certain piece or parcel of land lying an -1 being in Ihe borough of Tionesta, Forest connlv, Pa.,liounded and described as follows: (in tho west by Vine street, on the north by lot ol Hie Tionesla School liisirict, 011 lie east by laud liiruierly of I. S. Knox and Sickles, on the south by land liiruierly owned by A. B. Kelly, now F.edriksnn lot. Containing ono acre morn or less. Being same land mentioned in deed to John W. Noble, recorded in Forest coun ty. Deed Honk No. L's, page H. There is ereetwl I hereon mm two-story house, weather-boarded and painted, tx:K! feet, and in good repair ; one barn 'JlvJI frt' t, and other out litiildingi ; 01 e good wen 01 water. ! Taken in execut ion and to be sold as! the property ot John W. Noble, at the suit of Sarah Bovard. I TF.RMS OF SALK. The following) must lie strictly complied with w hen the j prowrty is stricken ilowu: I 1. W hen the pliiintill'orolher lein ered- j itors liecoinc the purchaser, llui costs on j the writs must be paid, and a list of liens 1 including morttraue searches 011 the prop, eitv sold, together with such lien cnslil- 1 or'a ns-eijit- lor the smniiiit of Ihe pro ceeds of ihe sale or such portion lliereol im ' bn may claim, must ho furnished the ! Sberill'. 2. All bids must be paid in full. :t. All sales not settled immediately w ill 1e continued until 2 o'clock p. 111., o! tint i next (lay, at w hich liiuo all procrt v not i settled ioi will lIL'am he nut up ami sold al the expense and risk of the person to whom first sold. Sce Piirdon's Ih ji -t, TV in ' li I'dilion, page 4111 and Smith's I'ornn, pnire i J. W. JAMIKSON. Shinll j SberilPs OClce, 'J'ioncstn, I'a., Febiu- ! arv , ' USE Gold Medal Always) the Krwl. The Itcst All WnjH. Threshermen! The HUBER We call your attention once again to tho XMV Illlber Kt'iirn(r which is a moile! of simplicity and nearest per fection of any separator in us to day. Anyone can under siaini a:i I will readily admit that the macliino havinp I he f-wwl moving parts and the least 11 11 111 her of complications will run the lightest. One Holt propels every part. One Tlghtt'mT serves ia increase the tension of the belt on ev. esy pully and cm be adjusted instantly. The concave cao be raised or lowered while machine is tunning at full speed. Our 'I aims) Are:--lst The nearer perfect Separator 21. The cnatesi capacity for saving Ihe gra-n. 3d. The brat cleaner for all kinds of grain The II liber Wind Stacker mid Hvlf Feeders are nol equaled. The catalogue explai 1 why Awk for It THE 20th Century Traction Engine, (The original reluru flue boiler,) with Water Jacket Smoke 15 which carries the water 1 1 the extreme front end to make te in. His no 11, ud diuin to (ill up and blow up. Over HOOli l tiers in use and never an explosion, Some in use conlinu niisly for twenty five years. We hold the World's record for safety and economy of fuel and water Al! Kinds of KecouiMIaiHl ltoilcr nnd Engines HorMlNnvcrsj and Threshing Machine). Mnniir.iclnrcr' Agents) for Machinery. JOHN A. MAGEE & SON, Wholefale and Retail Dc nlns in HAR0WARE AND MACHINERY, BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC CLARION, PENNA. I'nrlrlr Const Wilhnnl t liaiisr, r ,1. r., 11 ....... n....iiH t -1 in , , 1 mi. 11, nn imiiiinry s.eeper, 1 w ill,' vostihlilnl Ulli! with ovnrv n,.lup convenience, in charun of competent aueni, Irom f'inciomtii and Ch eagu via I.oiii -ville, New Oilcans, Huston. San Antonio, L'lpi-nand Los Angeles to San Fran ise '. Kales lor berths less than half ot co-l in r-tiular sleepers. For free dccrpt:vc matter and itill particular. , address I'.. A. Itichcr, Trav. Pass. A tent, Illinois Central Railroad. S12 Park Build ing, Pitlspurg, I'a. 1-15-tf PROCLAMATION. Wiikreas, Tho Hon. W. M. Lindsey, President Judge of tho Court of Common Pleas anil Quarter Sessions in and lor the county n! Forest, has issued his pre cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Pace, Orphans' Co' i t, Over and Terminer and (leneral Jail helivery, at Tionesta, for ths County of Forest, to commence on the Fourth Mondiiv of February, being the Jlth I'ay of February No tice is therefore uiven to tbe Cor oner, Justices of tho Pence 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 reooids, inquisitions, examination, and other rcmcmbrancca, to do those things which to their ollice appertain to lie done, mid tothoso whoare hound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners ihat are or shall lie In the jail of Forest County, that they may be then end there to prosecute against them as shall be just, liiven un der my hand anil seal this '7th day of January, A. P. '.K. J. W. JAMIF.SOX, L.s.1 Sheriff. Coufirmation Notice. Notice is hereby gien lliat tho follow ing accounts have been li I pel in my office ami will be presented at tho next term of Court lor continuation : Final account of A. B. Kelly andfi. W. Kohinsou. F.xccutors of the last Will and Testament of Benjamin May, late of Tio m sta liornuuh. Pa., deceased. F'lial aecoHiit of Leon Watson, Adinin istralor of Hie li-late ol Jain, s O. Kaller iy, la'e of Oreen Township, Pa, de ceased. J. II. ROBERTSON, Cierk of Orphans' Court. Tionesla, Pa., January iSj, I'.HU, Till A I. LIST. List of c rises set down for trial in tho Court ol Co in moii Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania. commencing on the Fourth Mondav of February, IlsD.': I. Truman ll. Collins vs. John Wilson. No. .1 i, September term, l!iiX) Summons in ejis-tmcnl. Z J. W. Baxter, vs. M. V. Patterson and J. K Be, K, trading as Patterson A Beck. No. :!ii, May Term, I'.wl. Suin mons in ssHiiinpsit, 3. Iticharil S Winbick vs. A. P. Neill, No. 3d, Fell. Term, I'.Nil. Su ions in assumpsit, 4. K. C. Hca'h and (feorire II. Killmer, lining husim-Hs as II. ath it- Killmer vs. Free Melhoilist I'lnircli, V. J. Foreman contractor and V, . I. Foreman and liny Millard, Inn-tees. No :is, Sept. Terui, lisil. Sc . Fa. Sur. Michanii-s Lien. i. .1. F Proper vs. John T. Carson. No. II, Feb. Te, m, liKii summons in as sumpsit. II. Mary Caliiwell vs. liraha'ioy tv Hea-li- ami J. K Caldwell. No. 7, Feb. 'term, !rj, Sberill 's interpleader. 7. II. L ll-ph-r vs. Tlmlileiis Bisdier. No. 4u May Term, l!i(U. Appeal bv Heft, from i. p. Attest, JOHN II. IIOBKRTSON, Protboiiotary. Tione-.!a, I'a., January H, lliOJ. J OKK.NZO FL'LTON. Maiinfaeliirer ol and lh aler in Kh3ESS. tClURS. BRIDLES, . And al! kinds of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. I lo.S'F.H'l A. PA. FLOUR. ROBINSON. for 1902. HTHKIt" Saw Mill and nil Kinds) of M Ml Harness nni ni lotu-n mwiro ly : ; :i It tli A llni. r vv n Oil. V -i i-mn l"iUien 1.4 l.frt niftkuil .3 I .t t" 1 join; m it , f on'Loanlvouitt, EUREKA BntlltsJa-?) I. ico nc-. Muitj of rtirv. ivry iKMfktl oil. e Hsri:iy prepared tu r.Utt WMitJ l!lO UtliT. P.i1 Tfywr V ains all flcs. I Pjdo I; STANDARD CIL CD. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISK in THIS PA I' Kit. 8.00 i I For a limited time wo will make to your measure a Suit to FIT you at a reduction of from $2.00 $4.00 on each suit and PANTS AT $3.00 AND UPWARDS. iou win nave no ment at a great reduction. tion to choose from. We carry the best line in town. To Start the New Year and make it as prosperous jus the past we will oiler you special reductions on all lines of goods. Watch for "Good Things" in Groceries, Shoes, Furnish ings, Chinaware, &v. Thanking you for your patronage in past years we in vito you to call and see spec ial prices for the new year. Tionesta Cash Store THE ANTI-TRUST STORE. NEW AND COMPLETE LINE FOR LADIES JUST ARRIVED Come and Examine. HEATH Up-to-Dato AO. A. It. A, Watnb Cooa, Prealdent. 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 era all the benefits consistent with conservative b kinu. Interest paid on time deposits. Tour palronaK respectfully solicited. Up-to-date! BRIGHT SPARKLING Stock of new Goods. DIAMONDS. WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY. NOVELTIES. LEATHER GOODS. UMBRELLAS. CANES The LEADING JKWELEU. 32SKNKCA St.,OILClTY, PA. SUITS ARTISTIC complaints on account oi an) HIPPING if made by us. Ladies' Suits Also Jackets and Furs, and k FEIT. Dealers m S03S. Kri.lt. Cashier. W'n. Smkahbaikiii, Vice Prcsiden NATIONAL RANK, PENNSYLVANIA. $30,000. PIRKCTORM U. V. Robinson, Win. SuiearbauKh, T. F. RlU'hey. J. T. Dale, J. II. Kelly, Now for a Clearina in Shoes Sh v for Wouirii, Men, It ys, (iirls anil kl!hie. Tiny arc a l ibi geasin'i ny!i(, the Inst nearing lea'lier, from makeis who a : a ti ij at (lie top iu 1 ho klma unit tifacturiiig hn incn.and are cC'errd tu ynti m.-w et a price that tin a us a b'g av inr, and still ne puarauleE ctery yn'tt e ret I. JOE LEVI, Uor. Centre, Seueca, & Sycamore Sl Oil, 1IT1, IM. Pbone 58.00 gar- a good selec- CASH BARGAIN MAKERS.