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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
WKHNl'SHAY, MAY , 1!WA FI HE INSURANCE ..AMI.' REAL ESTATE AGENCY . . OK - C. M. All & SOH. TlOXUHTA, I A. All Leading Comianlea Represented. Wild Lands; Farm, House Lot for Sale or Kent. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Nt-w Advertisement. T.ammera. Ail. Koliinson. Ail. Hopkins. lYllll' Ho.liler. 111. Central I!y. Ail. Killmer Itnw. Local. Heath A Kelt. Locals. levoe A Co. Headers. While Star llrnocry. Locals. TionuHto Osh Storo. Local-. Oil market closed ot l.'.i. Oil uml has least at this inic. Hopsins sells the Houijliis shoes tl Hulk (jaulon seeds ut Killmer Hi m. Hour dial make baking asy at T. C S. It Croquet net from 1.00 up at Killmer Ilros. It A new lot of Uiliis' summer skirts nt Hopkins. It Si'O tlio i roquet sets ut Milliner linn. 11.00 and up. It I'nJurwrar t lit every otio at Tin ni'Ma Cash Storo. It Kciiioinlicr Hint you run uel the finest Imlk garden seed at tho While Mar irn eery. 'f Summer dry good ara holiling the attention of tlm ladies llimu ilaya, See tlio stock at Hopkins. It I i 1 1 I h s anil Stnxitinan shoes are among tlio best makes. Ilopkiini has the exclusive agency. It II you wiin I n while waist now Is tlio tiilin to liny while Hip assortment is la'KO and complete. Ilnath Kelt. It Vlin looking fur wash good, ladies, 1 1 1 k t give us a call. We liavo a tlm k from which Hie limit fastidious cm i'Iioohp. I lentil A Kelt. It Have ball enthusiast aro celling to gether and expect to have a good home ti am in the Held here tills milliner. I t' I the sport have good suppoil. Wanted, man for Purest Co. Organ izer lor fralornal benelil society. One la iniliar W illi Insuraiire proleiroil. Liberal terms to right party, llux 3,s3, Hcranton, I'a. lit Following la the list oi letters remain ing iinealled for ill the Tioii"la, l'a., Post Ollice, for Hie week ending May H, 1!U-': J. 8. Hopkins, 1 card, Prof. ('. ('. Smith. I. S. Knox, P. M. Peter Karns of this plaeo desire to alatu lhat a stiay black and Inn hound came to his premises on tlielilh inst.t and that Hi" u unreal) have same by proving property anil paying for this notice. Miss Catherine Snlld, who assisted the llnldbst in their ese ipu from tlio Al legheny county jail, was sentenced to two yeam In tho pimileut arv en (Sa'ur day last. Thin is the maximum penally. Tomatoes, encumbers, lettuce, on ions, redishi'H, In fact all Iresh vegetables in tho market run be found at the White Star tirocerv, and they aro always liept frc-li too. Also hi n Iipiarters for tropical fruita, confectionery, and tho tinest line of griM'crica in town. -I There was a killing frost in this sec tion last Friday night, and the chances aro that Hie Irult crop Is badly crippled if nut practically ruined. Ice to tho thick ness ol a quarter of su Inch w as formed where water was loll Mantling on por ches, and in gutters along tho roads. Scnwden ,V Claik have a car load of buggies of nil grades, a very line selec tion, and something loauit any purchaser. Also a good hue ol team wagons of their own superior make. They are ready for all comers In these lines mid hope to have a call from any who may contem plate purchasing. A i. d If you want a plow or anything In the farm Implement line, they can lit you out saiisfiie'orily and save you money. tl Tho Iricnds of Christian Endeavor throughout the State are determined that the Pittsburg convention ori'H'J shall go down in history as a great convention for the young people of this Stato. Thurs day, the last day of the convention, w ill tie Intermediate and Junior Kndtavor Day. "The Hoy iu Iho Temple" will be the thetno, ami the needs of the boys and girla will bo presented by earnest, thoughtful spenkera. County snperentendents of schoola were elected in the surrounding counties on Tuesday ol last week as follows: Warren county, O. S. liunniug, ro elect ed, salary $1,700. Venango county elected 11. V. Kiddle, salary Jl.fiTH. Clarion county oloeted I L. Mimes. Crawford county elected John P. iloodwin. Krie coiinly fleeted H. P. llovle. Jefferson county elected K. It. Teitrick, salary t-r 0V, Klk county dieted J. W. .Sweeny. This one from an exchan e Is alt right: "If any of our hnya ever come across a girl, that with a face full of roses, says, as you come to "he door, 'I can't go for thirty minutes for the dishes are not washed,' you wait for that girl. You sit right down on the door Hep and w ait lor lier. 'Cause some other fellow may come along and carry her off, and right Iheto you have lost a jewel. Wait for that girl and then stick to her like a bur in a mule s tail." -On the'jsih nl April Miss pearl Liiza both Copeland, of Havis, W. Vn , was united ill marriage with Mr. J. Hugh flowers, of Morganbiwn, W. Vs. The groom is a graduate of the West Virginia University Law Colk-ge, and has been a teacher in the normal school at Fairmont, and is now among the rising young at torneys of his Mate. Mis Copeland , the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. C pcland, formerly or tin 1'laco, mid is well and very favorably re. mi'inU r, ! by most or our young pw.pl,., all of whom will ,o pleasantly interested ill this bit of nens. -Tho Pittsburg Dispatch begins a scries ol beautiful ait subjects as sup. pliiuents to Sunday issues May 18. Don't miss this. Order at mice. The Memorial sermon will bo deliv ered in tho M. 10. lunch on Sabbath, May ", by Kcv. J. V. Siecklon at II o'clock n. m. Tho Department Com mander urgi a a full attendance of com rades in (J. A. li. unifoiins. Will Cluiiiibera oneol East Hickory's oldest citizens died on Monday evening. Ho was aged 77 years, and bud been in feeble health for a long time. His wile survives him The funeral was held to day, tho interment being at Tylemburg, the former homo of tho deceased. Nothing In the way of a lecture was ever given in Tioiiesta, and wo have hud some great lalent here, that could ho called in comparison to that delivered at the court hot'.so last Wednesday evening by Dr. Kusscll II. Conwell. 1 ho audi ence was simply eiiraptincd with tho gKtcd man's eloquent reasoning, and w hen ho said ho bad talkol two hours there was not one ot his heareis that could bring himself to believe the time had been hall I hat long. It is a pity so many missed this great treat. --"I am dying beside a railroad tra.'k, without a friend, at Delaware, O. My linine is .lames J. King, of Mcadville, Pa., these word- being writt u whilo bis life blood poured from both les, which h id hi en cut i. IT below t ie knees by a Hocking Valey train, on Monday. He had I'allen from tho train w hile asleep, (tracing himself against the bank, bo ireinhliiiglv wrote a dying imssaaies and placed it in Irs pocket and succumbed. King was a member ofthoTy pograpliieal I'liiou and had been working in Colum bus. He was on his way home. Hi-i lather, a prominent resident or Meadville, has arrived in l)i law nro and will roturu with the remains. Mr. Waller I. Main has proved the kind or a man that never does anything liy halves, conn '(iict.tly tho complete Walter L.Main big show will beinOiICity every mil . nl, every set, every rare fea tmo, every uubpin and exclusive attract ion. As a matter of sunn I business pol icy, aa well as of common Justice, our people aie entitled to just as much for iheir money as those ol any other local ity, and they will got it. All silly or lalso rumors to the contrary, it may bn .stated rilHit here that no tented show was ever divided, or ever w ill or can bo. It is simply a preposterous and physical jiu- possiliilii v. 1 ho groat amusement enter prise will, therefore, be in Oil Oby Thursday, May ust na advertised. Two pel lot malices at 2 and 8 p. in. Doors op n an hour earlier. Nee the girl w ith the auburn hair make tho 100 feet high backward dive on tho exhibition ground lit '.i;:lil and li.ali p. in., day exhibition I'ice to all. Frightful fx.I'isiuu Near I'itlslitii'g. Tho Sheradeu yards ol the Pan-Handlo railroad near Pittsburg was the scono Monday eveninu of one of the most dis- asterous exp osions and llres known in thia section or many years. A score of lives w. ro lost and about 'JOT persons were o badly burned that according to the judgment of physicians in atten dance, 7A per cent, nl tliein will dlo from the etleets of their injuries. The cause ol the catastrophe was the explosion of a train of naphtha cars which was being s itched at the yaid, and in the sw itching the rear ear telescoped a ar lorward. The leaking naphtha ig nited rroiu a switch light, causing an ex plosion which threw tlanics ,V0 leet high. Much of the escaping naphtha ran through Corks run to Fsplen borough, a distance ofone and a half miles, and caused an other explosion, binning to atoms tho Scymotiro hotel and the Collins house, on Hiver road, ai d Indly w recking a frame building near by, in which wore ei iigre- g ited -'Hi or inure sports rroni P.ittsbuig and vicinity belling on the races, base ball, etc. I'ewol'lho occupants ot this building escape 1 injur", many being badly hurt. The scene that fol ow ed these succes sive explosions beggars desci iption, and Hi In uted II e air that many were, rend ered unconscious by the extieme lieat and gaseous fumes, and wero being car ried away when the torrent of Haines swept over the excited crowd. I mica t or Dolus. S. J. I.yneh has moved into Hie re si dence recently vacated by II . A. Lynch, who has gune to Washington whero he conteinpla'es making bis future homo. S. Hccket, engineer ol No. 1 engine, on Iho I'.eno division of tho II. V. H. It., had tho missfui luuo to lose ouo of his thumb nails last week. (ins Hhodes of iiermnn Hill was in town one day last week. James Kosa has returned fiom Wash ington. W. K. Witheroll lost a lino ham ouo night la.t week. John Pettigrew and Charley Smith have finished taking out the stone lor tho foundation of the K indergarili'ii building, winch Mrs. X. P. Wheeler is having ci cell d at this place. It is dillicult to get teams and men to work on tho roads this spring, work be ing so plenty and men so scarce. An other evidence of Itepublican prosperity. (leo. Hahcock and hherinan Van F.very of West Hickory were over 'ast Sunday visiting the former's sister, Mrs. J. II. King. They aro going to Cleveland in a few days. TheO. A. ti.'s gave a good cnteltain inent In ti e K. O. T. M. hall at Kast Hickory last Thursday eveninn. He sides having some jjood local talent on the program Major 11. II. Ib ndershot contributed very much to the entertain ment. The Major stands at the head of bis plai-e in drumming. The proceeds of the entertainment go to lieni lit tie cem eteries. J. J. Jcnss, O. W. Warden and James Hunter, from here, attended school di rectors meeting at Tiodesta last week. PKimo. Itctliiced Itnles l Portland. On account of the National Convention' Travelers' IVotective Assoc'n of Amer ica, June 3 to 7, and the Supreme Lodge, Ancient Order I'nited Workmen, June in lo ai, at Portland, Ore., the I'enusvl vania hsilroail Company w ill sell excur sion tickets to Portland trom oil u nions on i'a lines, rrom Mav '.'6 to June 7. in clusive, at anally riduced rates. Tlie-o tickets will ho g,,d Tor return passage wlhin sixty ilavs ri oin dale of sa'.ii when executed by Joint Agent at Portland and psyinent ol fifty cents made lor this si r vice. Apply lo Ticket Agents. l YOU AM) YOnt FIIILXDS. Homer Johnston is visiting friends in OH City this week. Dr. J. D. fireaves made a busimss trip to Warren last Monday. Mis Ida Fones was a guest of friends in Oil City over lat Sabhath. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Shcasley of Kit tauning are visiting fi ienda in Tionesta and vicinity. -II. W. Robinson letl Monday for a business Irip to Kittauuiiig, Pittsburg and Iteynoldsville, Pa. Miss ftessio Morgan is visiting ber sister, Mrs. J. W. Hall at (li iindcrville, Warren county this week. Mrs. Hello M. Deweso returned last Kiida. fmin a visit to her son, J. D. De weese, at Cleveland, Ohio. -O. C. Miller, bartender at Hotel Woavor, moved his lainily froif Gilfoyle to Tionesta during the past week. -Mrs. W. II. Stiles and children, of Kndeavor, were guosta of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Abbott a vnople ol days 1 ist week. Miss Jt nnio Wollastnn relumed Sat urday to her home lu Sloneham afier spending a couple of weeks with her cousin, Miss Itcrthu McKee. Miss Marie Smear. augh very pleas antly entertained a parly or young folks at cards last Friday evening. Mm Mae Hurt, of Marieiiville, was the guest of honor. Wm. Lawrence, C. H. Lawrence, K. P. Walker, Joseph Morgan, A. J. Flem ing and J. D. Morrow, wero down frc in (irundervillo to cast their ballots at the Republican primaries last Saluiday. James Huxton, who has conducted tho barber shop mid b.lliard room owned by I.. Aguew, next door to Hotel Weaver, for the past three or four years, moved his family to F-nterprise, Warren county, the first of the week Tlio family have many fib nils hern who will wl-li them prosperity In their now home. Attorney A. C. Hrown has moved his household goods into the Kol-insen house lately occupied by A. W. Richards Ho will bring his family on in a few days, Mr. Richards has stored his goods lor the time being and w ill spend a week or two in looking about, having sevoral lucrative oilers from huge firms, but ,vi.l not make a choice right away. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Coleman of Oak dale, Mr. and Mis. S. W. Coleman ol Mc Donald, llenty Coleman ofOattinont, W, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Weiblo of Oakdale, came up Saturday for a feiv days' recreation at tho old homestead. The men folks or the party aro taking In the trout streams while here, and have as t'.elr guest Hum. J as. Mill. Rulib, ex- Assembly mall of Allegheny county, who seems to bo onny ing his outing with Hie boys to tho Ul'ie-t extent. Tiuiicsiu rosionicp itiisiiicMs. Business d uio at Tionesta, Pa , post- oltico, for the year Itsil : I.ollersaud packages registerorod and dispatched .'!JU 00 Register neeived, recordid and dispatched 1,1 1:1 IK) Registers received and delivered 4,"i7 () Stamps sold J'J.371 1)1 ISux rents collected 1711 1 Second class mail -i 7i f J.fsio s-2 Postmaster's salary .. ..l,LH0 HO .. iiOU (Ml .. llKI IHI l 7fl Clerk hue lb lit Light ami Fuel Special Delivery Kcnairs lo mail oag... 4o 14 Remitted New York 'i,.rSil W ?J,.'l.l so I' M.' IIKCEtl'TS 4 lllSlll KsKMKMS. Salarv l,3"i 00 Clerk hire am 00 Runt 10U on Light and fuel - 70 For t'l special delivery letter at s cent each 7 Repair to mail bags 40 Commission on au7 1 M. O. issui d at :l cents each 02 1:1 $1,590 81 Postmaster paid clerks fiso -j lient loo 00 Light aud fuel -0 70 Renaiis to mail bag 40 Ollice expenses 0.1 IKI $ 70S :t -$ 71B 43 MONKY OKIlKR llt'SINKSS. H.ilance brought forward from Itrno $ 103 07 Nj. ol order is-iicd Sn"l, ain't.. 11,010 1st Fees on same 113 10 War lax on 1040 order at I i Is. each 20 i2 fll.'.illi C4 No. of orders paid 732. Ain't $4,1133 .r3 Commission on n71 at 3c. each.. 02 13 Remitted to depository at P'g'li 71 '23 Hal. on hand at end ol year OS IS $11,0111 K4 Received and dii-patclied I.T2,47'2 lbs. of mail mailer during Hie year lool. l-ctler lo J. iV. Mies. 7'iOHeif'i, J'a. Dear Sir: You are an artist, what do you know about paint T White lead i '2000 years old, and zinc about "0. The 'Ireeks know white bud Lead and oil is old-fashion paint, and zinc is a baby comparatively. Hut zinc, if properly ground with lood, prolongs the life of the paint from about tlireo year at the-most, to six. Do you know thai? It isn't your busi ness lo know it ; but you are an arlist. The sun, that paints for you, destroys lend and nil, hut scarcely effects Devoo. Devon is Iho paint lha. lasts six years; yes, two or three times kix year in a vorablo conditions. Yours truly, 7a F. W. Devon ' P, S. Jus, D. Davis sells our paint. TO CI'HE A COM) IN NE DA V Take Laxative Hroino Quinino Tablets All druggists refund the mi ney if it fails to cure. K. W'. Grove's signature is on cadi box. 2"ie. ll-L7-Iy l.ww-ltiile Tur In Ibe Veiliiwsluiie 1'nrk via I'rniisylvniiin Ifiiilroail. On accrtint of Iho Annual Convention of the natii'inil ICdiicatiotial Association at Minneapolis tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company will run a personally 1 con ducted tour to Minneapolis ami tho Yel lowstone park, leaving New York July LO. Round-trip tickets covering all nec essary expenses for the entiro trip, will bo sold at rato ol $1 jo from all points on llin Pennsvlvania Railroad east of Pitts burg. Hale from I'ltlshurg o less. A ; speciel train of Pullman dinning, sleep 1 ing, compartment, and observation ear ' w ill be used. Six day will bo spent in ; ; Yellowstone Pick. ! For ilineianes and other in formation I a'iply to ticl- et agents, Touriit Ageni. 1 100 i Hroadway. New York, or Geo. W. Itovd, j ' assistant General Passenger Airent, Pen- : I nsylvauia Railroad Company, Ureal! I Street Slalioii, Philadelphia, 21 ) mi:moki.il day ouuek, An Oflicial Dotiinicnt T!;nt .May bs lieail mill 1'iollt. llPHdouarter :1 Grand Army ot tho Republic 1110-1120 l.umlier f-xchange. Min.nkapoi.is, Minn., April 15, 10O2. General Order No. 5: To every patriot Memorial Day is the most sacred of the year, and its proper observance one of the Nation's strongest safe-guards. It is Iho Nation' Kas'er, when the people are summoned to tlio patriot's tomb; not wilh power ti stir Hie en- rainpinent of Ihe dead, hut "by the mys tic chords ol memory" to resurrect tho virtue which ado-lied their lives. It is tlio Nation's Sabbath, when, al the shritio of patriotism, all creeds aro for gotten and wo receivo into our hearts a now inspiration to duly a benediction day to all who observe it in its true spirit and meaning. No more beautiful or impressive scene could be witnessed than that of a deemed Nation ceasing freni its daily toil and gathering around the grave of it defender, bearing olleriug of flowers, an I giving suitable expression of tho love ami gratitude which a great people leel toward those who ga' o their lives in defense of their country. Plutarch tell of witnessing the liOth memorial service In honor of the Alb cinans w ho died at Marathon. We are onl in tho youth of ours, but the me inorial I so becoming, and lu already been so Iruitlul In blessing, that It Will surely continue to bo observed as long as Ihe Republic endures. To every anhlior ol'lhe I'nion, it is a day tilled wilh sweet and precious mem ories. Unliko Hie dead of other wars, the memory of our comrade novor lade. Though unseen by mortal eye, they still walk by our side, and Iheir place in oui hcarls remains unfilled. We rejoice as Hie day approaches, and in ever diminishing number lovingly deck with llower the multiplying graves ol our comrades In broken column and with enleelded step we stiil carry tho Hag they loved so well, and march to the same music In which their loyal feet wore attuned, our h.-arls pulsing wilh joyous pride as wo realize that tho mem ory of those who fell in defense of "fiec d"iii and the right," is immortal. Comrades will therefore, In compli ance wiili well established custom, fit tingly ohservo Friday, May 30, A. D., 1002, a Memorial Day. Tost comnik.'idnrs are requested to In vito clergymen, of every denomination, to deliver appropriate addresses on Hie Sabbath preceding Memorial Day, and so far as practicable posts should attend di vine scrvico on that day. Post commanders aro requested lo ask tlio schools in their respective localities to hold patriotic service Immediately iiroeeding Memorial day, and co-operate w ith the teacher and Ncliool olllcers in such service. This duty is of special iinuorlance, for miles tho deed of the fathers live in tlio heart of the children, the altar of liberty will bo w ithout in crease. Tho Leaiitiful ceremony of strewing with flowers the waters that run lo the ea, in moinory of our sailor dead w ho fell in the catiso ol tlio Republic, is heart ily commended. May tho myriad streams as they go laughingly and sparkling on their joyou journey to the sea, carry some forgot-mo not to those who sleep undisturbed In its rentles bosom. The Woman's Relief Corp Sons of Veterans, Ladies of the Grand Army of too Republic, ai'd kindred organizations, and all citizens wiio sympathize with the spirit ol tho day, aro cordially invited to unito with us In its propor observance. President Lincoln's Gettysburg address will be read at all Memorial Day exorcis es held under the auspice of tlio Grand Army ol the Repuplic. Hy Command of Eli TohnANo ;, Com in ander-i n-Chief. Sll. II. ToWI.KK, Adjutant General. TH K STATU DM" A RTM UNT. rim.AiiKi.i'iiiA, Apiil 21, UKI2. Genorai Order No. 11 ; llinj, in it flight, briugsonce more the season when our thoughts lecur to tho past, when war with all it honors, dark end! our land, aud rent asunder the bond of unity, S'aled by tho blood of the ho roesof Iho Revolution. Happily to-day, the angle of Peace spreads her wings over our country, which Is united under one Hag, the emblem of Liberty. Again we approach the timo when, with flowers of spring, w o sland beside the graves, ill which lie (he ionns of our Jyoieran com rades, who gave o much to their country. I. Our annual Memorial Day ritual is a simple one, that appeals to (ho warmest sympathy of (he l.eart. "We meet for no empty show or useless parade, but to tes tify from full and overflowing hearts, Hist the reii.einbranes of their sacrifice liavo not grown dim with passingyears." "Willi sable draped banner and slow measured tread, The flower ladened rank pass the gatos of the dead : And seeking each mound whero a com rade' form rest. Leave tear bedewed garland lo blnoin on hi bnst." II. Post will arrange lor attendance at Divine service on Sunday, May 25 This custom has now bocnine general, and post commanders should urre upm comrades a full attendance in G, A. It. uniform. III. Wherever practicable, visits to tho public school should bo mado and les sons of patriotism should bo taught to tho children. It needs no flowery ora tion to interest the pupils in our schools, IV. In localities whero there are morn than ono post, arrangements will be made by (hem for division ol the work. In terest your friends and societies in your vicinity, to join In the ceremonies of .Me morial Day. V. Comrades, keep in mind the mean ing of this beautiful obervanec, and de termine you will give this day in reinein hcrauce ol your dead comrades. Kxeur Hions, games, and other frivolous enjoy, inent should be ignored on this sacred day, by every comrade of the Grand Army of the lb-public. Hy Command of Li-.vi G. Mi'('au:.ky. Department Commander. ClIAHt.K V. Kl'SSF.tlV, A sislaut Adjutant General. Nu Gins, t nrrinKc I'allll .Unite will wear us lung as Devon's, No others are as heavy b-.died. because Devoe we gh 3 to ounces more to the pint. ! Sold by Jas, D, Davis. 3 20 am I I'ream of the cns. Se Hopkins line of straw La'.s. It Man is the only animal that can't lv trusted to remain idle. For underwear and hosiery see T C. S. U When in doubt turn to the right then go straight ahead. When buying a pair of shoes gut a make that ha a reputation. Hopkins sells the Douglas slue. It Tear are Hie spectacles through which a woman see her wishes granted. We have the finest lino of summer underwear in town. Come and exauiM.e tho goods and price and be convinced, Ileath ct Fcit. It Soiiio men have no fixed pr'ce, but proceod to soil out lo tho highest bidder. .Straw hat aro now in season and we I avo the best assortment in Tionesta. Hopkins. it There is nothing so certain as a stiro- lliing game for the man behind the game. Finest lino of skirts and jackets at T. C. S. It Ambition, like a toiraut, carries everything before it, regardless of the wreck loll behind, We have tho largest and most varied assortment or hammock in t'.wu and we wish you lo come and look them over bo fore buying. Killmor Hrus. It A wayward son say It is a case of love's labor lost when be fails lo work Ihe old man. Every thing in up-to-date hot weather dry goods at Hopkins. It It is true Ihe coat does not inako the man, but it has much to do with hi Klanding in so iety. Come and see our stock of ham mock. They are all new and it well make you feel comfortable just lo look at them. Heath it Foil. It When a man call a woman an angel she ought to question his Veracity but never doe. All elegant new liuc of men' shirt aud shirt waist just received at Hop kin. It Ladies wrappers, skirl and jac kets at T. C. S. It -Common sense ia not so common as some people think it is. Seo Hopkins line of carpet. It Hroadway hat ill Tionesta' Cash Sloro. U Patience i a woman'. long suit w hen her children are annoy ing her neigebors. Hopkins is headquarters lor carpets in this neck o' woods. II you don't I o lievo it examine his stock and get his prices. It You can get it at Hopkins' sloro. ft Fresh fruit and vegetable arrive daily at tho White Slur Grocery. It A woman jumps to a conclusion aud w ins; a man hesitates and loses. Wo have been careful lu our selection of straw h it this spring and our slock comprises (he popular shapes while the prices are 'way down. Heath A Kelt, It Hemeinlicr that Killmor Iltos. have an excellent assortment or bulk garden seeds. if Variety is tho sploo or life, and vice Is the cayenne peppor. Thai Hi niililiil Moss comes from Iho varnish in Devoe' Var nish Floor paint ; corts 5 cents more n quart though. Fol sale by James. D. Davis. 3 10 Sni. Ilonesta Hungers, Attention 1 Thpro will he a meeting or Ihe execu tive committee ol Hie abovo organization at the ollice of ('apt. D. S. Knox May 10, 1002, at i o'clock p. in., lor the purpose ol fixing a data for the third reunion of tlio Association, and to attend such oilier business a may eomn beloro Iho eom lliiltee, w hich is composed of tho I'ollow ingcomrados : I). S. Knox, . I, J, llnrlin, C. A. Hill, and .1. Alhaugh All other comrades ol the Rangers aip invited mat lend and aid Iho committee by Ilicir c tinsel, Ao. Hy order of I). S. Kxox Chiirm m. J. Al.n.l (ill, Secy,. May 12th, IKOi Taint Vniir llnum I'iir7.ic. to $1.00 wilh Devoo' Gloss Carriago Paint. It weighs 3 lo H o.s. mole lo Ihe fiint lhau oihers, wear longer, an gives a gloss equal to new work. Sold by Jas. Havis. 3 hi oui. SA This effrnnturo Is on every hox of Iho genuine Laxative BromoQuininc Tablets tb remedy that cures o t-old In one day Bank Statement. No. ,r03M. PF.POHTOK TIIK CONDITION OF It Tin-: forks r county nation al HANK AT TioNIXi'A. in tho S'.alo ol Pennsylvania, at the close of business April 30, 1002. ItKSOL'RCKS: Loan and discounts SIS3.S02 20 Overdralts, secured and lin- secureil 2,0'NI 10 U. H. Hulids to secure circula tion oO.llOO 00 Premiums on U.S. li unls.... .r.ul2 io Sloe-, securities, i lo 4l,un0 00 luiiiKiug-iioiiso, luiiniiire, ami fixture l'J,7S OS Duo from approved rescrvo agent I.V2.7I1 01 Checks and other cash items 470 44 Notes o oilier Natl nil Hanks.. Ion no Fractional paper currency, nickels, ami cents J.y) 07 Ijiwful money reserve in bank, viz : Specie $13,770 no Legal ten U r notes... (...() 00 20.270 10 Redemption fund with I'. ). Ireas r(.0 per ct. ol circulation) 2.S0O 00 $471,50.: 40 LIARILITII'S: Capital stock paid in $.",0,000 flu Surplus fund 17,4,"0 110 L ndiviileil piMlils.loss expenses and taxes paid 4,2'i.i 21 National bank note outstand ing .vi.onn ( 0 Individual deposit subject to cnecK 212t7's a. Demand certificates ol deposit... l 'l 70 Time certificate of deposit l:ii;,7.",0 IS $I7I.."U2 40 State of Pennsylvania, County of Forest, ss : I. A. li. Kellv. cashier of (he abovo named bank, do solemnly swear that the abovo statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. it KF.LLY. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 01 h day of Mav, VAti. C. M. A li M-it, Notary Public. Correct Attest : G. W. Roiiinsox. T. F. Id it'll ky, J. T. Dai.i:, Diicchiirt. I.omm of Time. I nave sold Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and diarrhoea Remedy lor year, and would raihcr be out of collce and sugar than it. I sold live l.ottli of it yester day to threshers that could go no farther, and Ihey are at work again this morning. II. It. Plielps, Plymouth, Oklahoma. A will be set ii by the above threshers were able to keep on wilh Iheir work w illimit losing a single day's limit. You should keep bo tie of thi Remedy In your home. Sold by Killmer Hro , Tio nesta, W, G. Wilkins, West Hickory Pa. C0NFCTI0NBY, CICS ITJD TOBACCO, I luive a cuttiplo stork of ov rrything in my line and my (jnodf are kept fresh ant) ii-lo-dnto, A tiiiil order will convince vnu Unit my prices tire away down. Try Bur of- $ Pride I jf:' ' - t - r i r ( Swift's iriffcjj " I have the agency for mix's iiom; it.vKi:itv. try my DREAD, CAKES i DOUGHNUTS. Garfield Grove. opkins. sum: TALK. Ascot fir th9 Famous SHOES. OXFORDS. Ladies' Misses' Children's OXFORDS. OXFORDS. OXFORDS. I'atetil Leather Oxford.. Common Leather Oxford. Kid Valour Oxford. OXFQjiIDS for bi"r men. for small Oxford of Any Kind at Any I'riee. SHOES ! SHOES ! SHOES I Our Shoes are made for us. All guaranteed by the manufacturers. No jobbers' job lots among them. Our Shoe Department contains every style kept in an up-to-date shoe store. Come and see us when you want shoes. 2STO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS L. J. Hopkins. WIS. JAMKS, Itciiinvod to ll'J Center St. Oil City, Pa. SAMPLES CHEERFULLY SENT FOR THE ASKING. It's a season of Huh weight, diupy dress Htiitls, such as Veilings, liatists, Twine Cloths, Mistrals, Kolienes, Klc. All these we have and others, ratuiinn from ."nc to $'J.0ii a yaid, any ol which, or all, wu'd lie gla 1 to sample for you. W. II. JAM KM. WE FIT THEM ALL Tiiere are no two liaiuls, or two feel, or two lieu Is txaully alike. Yet no ouo thinka of having li is gloves, aliues or bats mailt) to order nowadays. The tame priuuiplo applies to figures ami clolliing. There ii uo uccessily fur having your tluihei n mle loonier. I)) you kuovfol course you ill tliat many of Oil Cily'g best dressoil men aro our customer ? They call sffinl tu pay liiyh nier cliari t-l ni lor pricis, hut w hut's the use? Our L. Ailh r linm, A Ci. Iiic.li class ready lo-wear clothing fill the hill of tin; must exacting man Merchant-tailor fabric), rucrchaut tail ir trim mine;, nicrclmul tailor amartuesa of e fleet, merchant tailor fit merchant tailor everything, excepting only price. t.ood .Suits 7.5t, H.50 and $iO. lres Suits, VI. I.'t and $15. .idler's Suit, 17. 1H and tS3SX2t fOAIEl PRICE--CLOT MlErTS 41 435ENECA 5T, OIL CITY. PA. A. C. URE Y, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Itcar of Hold Weaver TIOITISTJL, IP.A.. Telephone .o. 20. lennsylvania ltAlI,HOAI. 1II1T'AI,0 AND ALLEGHENY VAL I.KY DIVISION. Takini; etleet, Nov. Sil, 1001. No. 30 lliitl'alo Express, daily exis'pt Sunday ll:2."ia. ui. No. S2Uil City 'and Piit-shurir Ex ress,daily,exeeit Sunday ..7:30 p.m. For II ickory.Tidioute, Warren, Kinr.ua, liradl'ord, Olean and the Kast: No. 31 Glean Express, daily except Sunday 8:5o a. m. No. 33 Pittshuric Express, daily except Sunday 4:30 p. in. For Time Tallies and additional Infor mation consult Ticket Agent. J. H. HUTCHINSON, .1. It. WOOD. Genorai Manager. Gen'l Passenger Atft, SIIOIvS of every kind 1MH(JM.M NHOKS. SHOES. men. for boys.