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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
The Sentiment f the State. J. c. WCNK, ESITOS 4 PsOPSIITOS. WEDNESDAY, Jl'XK IS, 12. 1902 JUNE 1902 Su. Mo.lTu.We.ITh. 910 1516 29 30 17 111213 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 5 Fr. I Ca. 6 14 18 19 20 21 Itrpublirnn Ticket. PTATK. irrmor SAMVK.L W. PKXNY PACKER, of Philadelphia. Lieut. (rom-Nor WILLIAM M HKOWN. of Lawrence county. titwrtnm of Internal .4 rfcnm ISAAC B. U1WWN, ot Krie county. till TV. rWreiM-JOSEPN O. SIIU.EY. (Subject t action of District Conference) A.y.icmblV-C. W. AMSLKK. VmAimuMi'v-J. C. HEIST. .sio-iTf-DKORliK W. XOULIT. niHMfi ()inmi.s.nVMCr I'ONKAT) Ill'KHKXX. A. K. S111PK. .4.iio-liEO. W. HOLKMAX, W II. STILES. Jury CbminiMionrr EKN EST SI RULE JUDGE I'EXVI'A(KEh 3 AXED. Tli KetlnhlicHii Male Convention 'om innlcs a Winning Ticket. The Republican Stale Convention whicb met in llarrisbtirii last Wednesday was one of the usual harmony kind, Roiiitf through with it work in an orderly and dignitied manner. The proceedings, while spirited and exciting at limes were in every way charaoierired by good feel ing and harmonious action, the result being acquiesced in by the vanquished and victor alike. Attorney General El kin made a good light for first place, on the ticket aud had be not been bandi capped by the weight of liovernor Stone' blunders imUt have landed au easy winner. Hut one ballot was necessary in the naming of tbe Gubernatorial can didate, the result of which was, Penny packor 20ii, Klkin K-2. The other liomi nations were made by acclamation. The nominee, Judge Samuel W.Penny packer, of Philadelphia, had roue of these things to contend with, at the same time he had, like his principal competitor, clean official record, and an unsullied pri vale character, standing very high in the estimation of tfoae wto know him best as a man of strictest honor and prohily. The other members of the ticket are men of irreproachable character. Hon M'm. M. Hrown of Lawrence county, the nominee for Lieut. Governor, is one of the most popular men in bis section, and is peculiarly fitted by training and expe rience for the position for which bis party baa nominated him. Major Isaac It. ISrown's nomination for Secretary of Internal Affaire came to lilm unanimously, he having bad no formal competitor from the slart of his canvass for tbe place. His ripe experience and signal ability make bim tbe logical and ideal candidate. The northwest is thus honored in having a representative on the ticket who will bring strength to its standard. The platform adopted is a strong one, It endorses President Roosevelt's admin istration, affirms loyalty to protection, and declares strongly fur ballot reform. There is no question about the Novem ber remit. Tbe ticket will have a ma jority approaching the quarter million mark. The Republican prtss of tho State hlch was more than ord.uatly divideJ on the gubernatorial nominal ion before thecouvention, is uniting heartily in the support of Judge Pennypacker. Here and there is silence on the part of some one unusually disappointed, but It Is only for a day. In general the newspapers that were the more earnest supporters of Ml. Elkin be fore Ihe nomination are warmest in their coniiiirudalion of Judge. Peuiiypacker, reeoguiiLing in him a candidate w ho can be supported by all factions of the party, one who, with his position on tho bench, has been free from all the controversies that have stirred up the parly in the Slate iu tho past few years, but who is a consistant and thorough-going Republi can, Theie is no ground upon w hich personal or factional opposition to Judge Pennypacker can stand. Tbe Democrat ie press, vex;nl an 1 dis appointed because tbe Republican Con vention has presented an unassailable candidate, can lie expected to magnify and even distort every insignificant cir cumstance to its advantage. It may even raise vain hope in the Democratic, breast, but all such efforts will have tho effect to more completely unite all Re publican elements in support of the can' didate of the Harrisburg convention. At their best the Democrats could not hope to present a candidate who would in character and fitness assure the people a more honorable Administration than that which Governor Pennvpackcr will give them. It is not surprising, therefore, well known as he i , that Judge Pennypacker should instantly command the cordial support of the Republican press of the State. It reflects in the highest degrto the sentiment of tho Republican people, and insure a campaign in w hich there can be no fear of the result. That It will be a campaign of spirit and enthu siasm may be taken as certain, and every Republican citizen will honor himself in whatever he cau do to a, cure Judge Pennypacker the greatest possiblo ma- The larger the vote cast for the head of the ticket throughout the St.tte Ihe great er will lie tho number of Republican Con pressmen elected. This is a vit-d feature ol the canvass and one that will not be overlooked. The Republieau sentiment since tbe convention is altogether grail fying. Pliila. Press. Il.in. and Mrs. XcImhi I. Wheeler Kuy ally Knlertain Their Friends On Ihe Ovcasion of 1 heir 2olh Wed llnir Anniversary, at Endeavor, Pa. Thk nominations made at Harrisburg last week seem to have thrown the Dem ocratic editors of the Slate into a terrible rage Titusville World, Although England is now at peace, the estimate of Ihe treasury delicit as re vised for the coming year is $1111,0110,1100. Vncle Sain would certainly feel uncom fortable if running behind at that rate. A new town will lie built on Marti nique to take the place of St. Pierre, though not on the old site. The irrepress ible boomer will be setting forth its mer its as tbe world's most famous volcanic resort and stimulant to jaded nerves. If the United States does not utilize the Nicaragua route a private company will put the canal through at that point and it will command the trade of this country on account of its nearness and saving ol time in reaching the Pacific. "Fpkkdom without free trade," says paper dissatisfied with Ding ey law times, "is a dead sea apple to tbe Cuban But when the Cuban wants a full share of American pippins all he has to do is to ask for annexation. He is exlraordinar lly lucky to have the option. Deafness Cannot He Cured by local applications, as thev cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear, There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is iiy constitutional remedies, lieafuess is caused by an iuttained con dition of the mucous lining of the l'.o atachian Tube. When this tube gets iu tin tool vou have a riimliling sound or imperlcct hearing, aud when it is entire. ly closed neatness la the result, and un less the intlamalion can be taken out am: this III lie restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever ; nine cases out often are caused by catarrh which is nothing but mi inllauied con ill tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One II unci red Dollars for any case ol Uealness (cjused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's ( atari ll Cure. Send lor circulars, free. V. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O Sold by Druggists, s. Halls family rills are the best. Cream of the Mews. murder of conven X OTA RLE SOCIETI EVENT. Zinc-It Jl'sT as the reirganizers w ere squaring oir to make the surrender of the Philip pines paramount, Oregon, bit tbe scut tles a stunning blow by giving a Repub lican congressional majority larger than that of two years ago. That long sought issue is still invisible, and November only Ave months away. ' Democratic prophets are not quite ao exuberant over the outlook in the con gressional canvass as they were before the (lection in Oregon a week ago. The in creased majority which the two Republi can candidates fur Congress got in the election in that State shows that tho chances for a Republican victory in No vember are extremely favorable. The is sues whicb will be up in the canvass throughout the countiy were at the front in the campaign for Congress in Oregon, and there the Republicans made gain over even the high total of 1!00. All the Indications point to a big triumph for the Republicans in this year's voting. Tbe Democratic leaders are beginning to con cede defeat for their side already. Si'kakixi oftho work of the lato Ro, publican convention which nominated I most excellent ticket, the Oil City Wiz- nard, usually very conservative in its es. ti mate of political nominees, has this to aay : "It is worthy of note that through out the exciting contest nothing of a dis paraglng nature has been said of Judge Pennypacker. While some have criti cised the methods used in securing bis nomination, not a word has been said against bim as a man nor In detraction of his ability. The methods employed were necessary, perhaps, because of similar ones used against liiin. All unite in commending ldin as an eminent (nrist, and his chances for triumphal election are certainly belter than would have been those for bis principal opponent." No cssiiy is the tion. A satisfactory Paint, Ture Law rence at Kil liner liros. We don't place monuments over our hurried hopes, All tbe latest shapes in hats at Hop kins'. H A peck of trouble has often come out of a pint flask. Suits, skirts, wrappers, Ac, at Tin nesta Cash Satre. It No man who carries life insurance is absolutely worthless. For Pure Paint ask for Lawaence at Killmer Rros. It II you are in doubt about kissing your girl, give her the benefit of the doubt. Reautitul new line of ladles' shirt waists at Hopkins.' It Going the rounds of the press : The girl who wall7.es. -Underwear to suit all at Tionesta Cash Store. It Tho horse goes freo when you are go, ing in debt. Lawrence Paints Lead, Zino and Pure Linseed Oil at Killmer Rros. It Men insist on attracting attention even when going to hell. Don't go past Hopkins' store when looking for shoes. It It is mighty bard to keep your mouth shut when you have nothing to say. -Shirts and shirt waists at Tionesta Cash Store. It We do a great deal of (.'rumbling, and there is usually something back of it, Fresh vegetables and fruits at the White Star Grocery. It We are always a little suspicious of tbe man w ho wears silk mittens on bis voice. In vegetables or fruits tho White Star Grocery always leades. Tbe mar ket allords nothing which cannot be sup. plied thero, and never stalo. It Ever notice that just before you friend takes vou out bUL'iiv riding, ho sell his horse T Jiovel Features. "Water Rabies," magic colored trans formation pictures lo amuse the children and a high standard colored comic sii pleinent w ill lie given each week with the i Pittsburg Sunday Dispatch. Iuoriler to obtain these features order the Sunday j Di-pau h at mice. I liic and liriinlintr Miike Devne Lead and Zinc Paint as long as lead and oil mixod Sold by James I). Dav is. vVHEELEIt SM ITU On Tuesday, June l-th.,in Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, O.. at tbe residence ol the bride's father, Alexander Smith, Esq , Nelson P. Wheeler of Forest Co., Pa., and Rachel A. Smith. No car ls. Weaiehappv to chronicle this impor tant event in the history of Mr. Wheeler, He lies long been iu a position to live happily and conilorlahly, but yet lacked one very necessary addition, whicn lie has now made. He has our very best ishes for the ham iness and prosperity of himself and bride. Thus reads tbe only :. arriago notice published in Thk Forkt Kkfi'iilr'an, June '.1 1ST", an Jailer a period of twenty- five years, "e are (exceedingly) happy to chronicle (thai) this important event in the history of Mr. Wheeler" was but Ihe beginning ol Ihe happiest years he has known. Ileing one of the foremost lumbermen of Forest county, XI r. Wheeler had "long beeu In a position to live happily and comfortably ;" and, being a young man of faultless habits, possessing Ihe liner qualities of heart and mind, he became the fitting companion of one of Ohio's hoieest daughters a young woman of rare culture and refinement wl.o enjoyed the society lite of our national Capital in tho days of of Horatio King, during tbe Grant administration. From tho begin ning of their homelife in Forest county the hospitality of .l r. and Mrs. Wheeler has been unstinted, their courtesies ex tended alike to all who have come within their borders, and no untoward event has marred the beautiful picture that is set for coming generations to study, of an ideal American home. Truo philanthro py stirred the souls of this excellent cbiistian couple and iu the quarter of a century that has followed their marriage, the wi denies has been made to blossom as the rose. Homes of beauty and com fort for Iho employees of the famous Wheeler A Duseubury firm have sup planted tho lumber camp shanty. A free kindergarten has been maintained ly M-s. Wheeler. A beautiful chapel. erected by Mr. and Mra. Wbeebr in memory of thier lovely daughters Isa bel Smith and Mary Atkins has taken the place of the dingy room w here the band ol earnest chiisiians first met lor prayer. And it was not surprising when such unselllsh devotion to the need of others has been cheerfully and constantly given, that no one was envious when "Honniebraj" became tho home of these excel. ent per pie, and it w as with glad hearts I hat hundreds ot their friends wended their way to the beautiful colo nial mansion last Thursday, to ixtcnd loving greetings to the bride aud bride groom of June the twelfth, '77. This glad event had been looked for ward to for months, aud elaborate prepar ations bad been mado by Mr. and Mra, Wheeler tor the rcccpliou of their friends, Tbe day dan lied bright and beautiful and tbe earth was Hooded with celestial light. Heaven's smile seemed to ret upon these good people and all nature, which was one grand and migiity chorus ot praise and adoration to the Giver of all good, gave rich contributions to tbe Joyous oc caslon, and "Ronniebrae" never looked more beaiitilul. The stars and stripes floated iroin the front piazza and waved a cordial welcome in the gentle breeze. In side, the quiet grandeur of the large and commodious residence with Its costly rugs and hangings beautiful works of art and articles of interest gathered fiom many countries, was enhanced by tne ar tistic decorations arrange i by Mrs. Carl F. Smith, sisier of.Mrs. Wheeler. The decorations consisted mainly of forest productions which called to mind the decorations of the bride's hoino ill Hint were untlieied iu Forest county and shipped to C nelnnatli, by Mr. G. W Warden. Mantels were blinked with bill ami sla'ely ferns; the great door a s wete bun,? w ilh porticrs of ground pine and silver tinsel, while Immense jardi neres of evergreen foliage and mock orange blossoms were arranged through out the lower apartments and were brightened here and there with magniti cent boque s of bridal roses and other cut (lowers. The reception hours wore from I-:') to G-.-V) o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. W beeb r re, ceived in Iho Iroiit parlor aud were as sistcd by Mrs. Win. F. Wheeler, of Port ville, N. Y.,inothei of Mr. Wheeler j Mr, Carl F. Siniih and Mrs. Smith, the dis tinguished artists, of Washington, D. C. Mr. W. E. Wheeler and Mrs. Wheeler, of Portville, N. Y.; Mr. Edward Skinner and Mrs. Skinner of Westlield, r. V Mr. W. II. D. Uarr mid Mrs. Barr, of Buffalo, N. Y.i Miss Jean Smith, of Alle gheny, the noted philanMiropisl j Mrs Miller, of Pittsburg, and Miss I. ilia Wheeler, of Portville, N. Y. Of this com piny, seven were at ihe marriage in Mrs. Wm. F. Wheeler, Mrs. Smith, Mr W. E. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Si. inner, Mrs. Rarr and Miss Wheeler, a sisier of Mr. Wheeler, who was thou a Vassar student, and who, with Mrs. Smith, sisier of Mrs. Wbeelor, were the bride' attendants on that memorable occasion Time lias dealt gently w ith Mr. and Mrs, Wheeler, and Mrs. Whejler, who was dressed In her wedding gown of white croirrain silk with full train, trimmed with diu'liess lace ami orange blossoms was especially beautiful, being counted the "lairest of tho lair." A chartered (Mr of the Pennsylvania line transported the guests to and Iroiil tho station at West II ickory. During the r- ceiviug hours, the ho-pilahle home and wide piazzas were well filled with guests, from far and near, who were iloligbtfully entertained dining every minute of their stay. Throughout the day Coleman orchestra of Titusville, which was cosily quartered in the oriental room, played an interesting progiam. Ke'rcshmcnts were served In the lutge dining room and Mr. Wneeler'a olllee, by the caterer, Wm V. Clark of Buffalo, N. Y., w ho was as. Hinted by four colored waiters. The tal in tbe main dining room, was decorate by Mr. Clark, and iu tho center of the table was a large silver love jar and plat ter, that held a bouquet of superb Amer ican 1!' Hilly roses and Bermuda lilies entwained with silver tinsel. An interesting feature of Ihe day a en tertainment was viewing the many line and cosily pr,sen!s. Among Ihe most exquisiie" were two silver ondin ticks I presented bv the children. The day w as I mi Kcniciallv happy one lo all, ami the wear twice ' anniversary celebration was, beyond all by band. I question, the handsomest srs ial event tf liltlo Forest has -eon lor many years. - JUST IN TIME. Down Iu Health and Strength. Xcr tons. Irritable, Ached All Over, A Depressed Condition ltiipldlr Oianired. Mrs. Eliza Briltaiu, of No Mr! Seventh street, Reaver falls, Pa,, says: "My daughter, aged sixteen, sullered from good nervous headacl.es, tho kind that makes one right sick and leaves them week and nervous. Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Fills were recommended to met aud I got a box and they are splendid. 1 Not a headache has she had since. The uerves are steady and the general health tine. I am much tnkan tip with the splendid way they acted." Dr. A. W. Cbaso's Nerve Pills are aold at 50c a box at dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chaso Medicine Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Sec that portrait and signature of A. W. Chae, M. D., are on every package For salo by Killmer Bros., druggists. ' t Hral ll la His Nrwinirr. llcoigo Sehaub, a well known German citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, Is a con stant reader of the Dayton Volkszciluug, He knows that this paper aims to adver tise on ly the best iu us columns, and ben he saw Chamberlain's Pain Balm lvnrtised therein for lame back, be did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it tor is w ile, w ho lor eight weeks bad snf- ic l with the most temtilo pains in r back and could not get relief. He savs; Alter using iho Pain Balm for a few davs n wile said lo ine, '1 feel as ouch horn anew,' and before using Ihe entire contents of Ihe tsittlo he unbear able itains had entirely vanished aud she could again take up her household du nes.' Ile is very thankful and hopes that all aulferiug likewise will hear other wondertul reco'-erv. Ihisvaluahlo lin- nttieiu is sold bv Killmer Bros , Tionesta, W. U. Wiikius, West Hickorv, Pa. Ili-rtiicrtl Kalca In Heaver, falorntlo MprlHgs, mid I'ncblo via I'ennnvlvanla Kallnini!, On account of tho Triennial Conven- oll oftho International Sunday-school Association, to be held at Denver, Col. June Jl to July 2, the Pennsylvania Rail road company will sell excursion tickets lo Denver, Colorado Springs, or Pueblo, Col., from all stations on its lines, at rate of situ le I a io fi.r round trip. Tickets ill be sold and good going on June -1 to '23, and will be good to it-tuin leaving Denver, Colorado Springs, or Pueblo not later than August ol. Tickets must be validated for return passage by Joint Agent at any of tbe above-mentioned points, for w hich service a leeol 25 cents ill bo charged. For specific latea and conditions, sp iv lo ticket agents. NEW WASH SKIRTS. Matting s. The iilcal lloor covering for summer use. Inexpen sive, but cool, durable ami attractive. Japanese and Chinese mattings at 20o yd. An extra heavy hemp mat tiug especially adapted lo porch use, at 33o. ROBINSON. w nrt kimt of a com- EurcJta Harness 021 not onlr mak- harness ntvlths I ' hoes lit-llvr, n.il noises inn s sllier loft ami : lll', puis ll m 4 tlmon e lust l is. i . i;s it er.iliuirily w,h;!U. llnw la Avoid Trouble. Now is the time to nrovido yourself and tamilv with a liotlle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to he needed belore the summer is over, and it procure! now uiiv save vnu a trip lo luwu in the night or ill your busiest season. It Is every where admitted to tie the most success! u I medicine in Use for Isiwel complaints, both for children and adults. No family an afford to be wilbnut it. Sold by Killmer Bros., Tionesta, W. O. Wilkins, West Hickory, Pa. iVaulanla Itnllrond Heilurcrl It sirs lo .Mimics, polls On account of the National Education A ssi s-hi! Ion's Annual meeting, at Min neapolis, M inn., July B to II, the Pen nsylvania Railroad Company will sell ex cursion tickets from all stations on its lines July 4 to 11, good to return not earlier than July 14, at rale of singlo fare for the round Irif pins fj 00, Thoo tick ets wi l be good for return passage only when executed by Joint Agent at Min neapolis and payment of ii cents made lor this service By depositing ticket with Joint agent not earlier than July 8 nor later than July 1 1, and payment of 50 rents at liino of deposit, an extension of retui ii limit may be obtained to leave Minneapolis not later than September 1, For specific rates and conditions, ap ply to ticket agents. It Notice to Conlractori. Bids will bo received by tho School Board of tireen Tow nship for tbe erec tion ol a school house on Herman II ill, in said 'J o-n-hip. Speeilications may be obtained from the undersigned, Secretary ftireen Twp, Sellout lloinl, .eliraska, Pa. All bills must be presented before Julv.i, bi"-, tho Hoard r. serving the right to reject any and all bids. L.YMAX UMIK, Secretary, ll 1 l'17i J R..I.I -v.-rrwh.-r la em mil M A r iA'if STANDARD ,' Your Horse a X? X Chance! v. j TION ESTA SIAIl Itl-JXW DY NEW LINE JUST IN. PRICES AND SIZES TO SUIT ALL See Them. HEATH & FEIT. Up-to-Dato Doalors in '41 A. Watni Cook, President. II. Kbixy. Cashier. Wm. Smkaruauoh, Vice President FOREST COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, TIONESTA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, Wayne Cisik, P. Wheeler, niRKCTOKH O. W. Robinson, Win. K. Ritchey. J. T. Dalo, 150,000. Hmearbaiigh, J. II. Kelly. Collections remitted for on day of pr.yment at low rates. We promise our cuatom era all Ihe benefits consistent with conservative b king. Interest paid on lime deMislts. Your patronage respectfully solicited. CORPE'TED EVERY TUESDAY HKI.UIU.K DEALERS Flour V sack I.IOij, !..".' Corn meal, feed, V ' Corn meal, family, V IM Ik 1.60 Chop feed, pure grain 1.60 oats .i;o Corn, shelled - .N) Buckwheat tlour, ft Ih .'.'1 Beans p bushel 2.MI Ham, sugar cured .hi Bacon, sugar cured .l.ri Shoulders .10 Salt Pork, 'r1 !t .l'J Whitellsh kit .70 Sugar r,(ji,M Svrup X('b .50 N O. Molasss .ll.Vii .50 Collee, Roast Itio 1-1($I5 Cotfee, blended Java .-"0 Tea ..HSftf .M Butter U'W Rico o.v.a.os Kggs, fresh v!(-l-l Salt V barrel l.lii Ijird .14 Potatissa, bushel 00(,i 1.00 Potatoes, Sweet '( lb .IrJ Lime )! barrel 00l.oo Nails V keg 2.75 Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Injuries, Sore Feet, Lame and Aching Rack. Skin Diseases. Pains and Spiaina, WANO W1N0 ELECTRIC OIL. 25. TRY IT All there i to some celebrations, you hustle to get there, and hustle lo get back. Mv little son bad an attack of whoop ing cniigh and was threatened with pneu monia; Inn for Chamlxrlain'a Cough Remedy we would have bad a serious timo of it. It also saved him Iroin several severe attacks of croup. H. J. Striekfadeu, editor World Herald, Fair Haven, Wash. Mold by Killmer Bros., Tionesta, W. U. Wilkins, West Hickory, Pa. Executor's Notico Salo. tf Public By virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of Forest C'onntv. Pa., tho under signed, Executor of the Ist Will and Testament of Benoni C. Scott, deceased, will expose at Public Sale, on SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1!", at 1:00 o'clock, p. in., at I'erry P. O., For- estp nunty. i'a., the following ueserinea nronertv : Nineteen (10) acres of land ill Harmony Township, Fore-t County, Fa., in fee sin, pie, iHiunded as billows: On the South bv laud of J. II. Mills, on the Fast and North hr land of J. McOluley, and on tho West bv land of Horace Wilkins. Sale by 'inhlic outcry at the bourof the day specified and the place designated. Terms, cash when tho proporly is deed ed lo Iho purchaser. JAM KS A. HUME, Executor. Pleasautville, Pa. 60 YEARS' Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. AnTorw-wTifllnip krh and ptriiinn ninf qnt.-klf wM'4-rt.un cur opini'm tree w hH h-r na Invention l pnhntlY Itl4 olnM. 'intnnittrn. tlonartriftlyfoiitlilpMlfil. Hufidhonk ml I'HtenLa rntfnm t n ken tliroiit'ii Munn f. in. reielre tjt ri.ii ntut, wi'Innit ciiTre, IU thl Scientific Jf n.erican. A hit1d(rntY IHmtrril-.-1 Wei-My. T irtwt cir culation of hut mn'iif ill Wini l. 1 rmn, $l n y"tt : four n.i.tittm, . lil bjrall tiewsKlenliTaj. MlJfiii X Co.36""0'-"1'' New York lirauclJ UlUcu, tJi V HI., Wukliiuluu, L. U IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE in 1 HIH PAPEK. The Spring Campaign it now ou io WALL JP APER ! GEO. I. DAVIS, The recoirnir.ed artist in Paer Haniiintf aud Painlintf. has all his samples ready for inspection, and a liner lino at lower prices was never exhibited here or else where. Mr. I'avis is prepared to show samples and irive estimates on all work in hta bne, and it wili.be well for parties needing his services to consult hi in at oi co before enuaitements are made loo lar ahead. Border papers go In at same pri- as ceiliiiirs and walls. This Is a new Ihlim and an important ileiu in kwping (low ii the expense. Shoe Reminder. Administrator's Notico. Letters of administration having been K anted lo the undersigned upon Ihe es tate ol Matthew Elliot, late of Harmony township, deceased, all persons indebted lo said estate are requested to make pay ment, and Iho. e havinir claims airainat lite same lo present without delay to J as. Kl.l.IoT, Administrator. Tionesta, Pa., May 31, I'.aiJ. (It Wanted-An Idea I Wbo ran thlnfc r snmv iiiiels tllturt Iu puleul rn'ct your Msiwi IhsT mar bring "U weiUtli. Wrlw JOHN WEUOKltUl'HN cu, l',.l. llt ill,,. D)t, WsMhlnauiu, D. c..f,-r Ihvlr $l.n rlM vttt sad ml ol mo banana uivraUuus wsiilcO. HOW aiHiutyour stock of Stationary f We do high class Job Prinliiiir. Tho world loves to get h ilJ of the handle end of bargain. It it better than earning money il't saving il SI laved it $2 earned. You are taring money every time you purchase pair of our 13 Ox fords. You are also insuring fix montht oi foot comfort. That't combination that it bird lo beat. JOE LEVI, Cor. Centre, Seneca, & Sycamore SU OIL CIT1, 1A. Pbone 23. PATENT LE ATHER ROYAL SHOES. Patent Kic, RIGHT PRICES. We arc proud of our showing of these superb shoes. Wo know they are going to bo prime favorites this season and have taken special pains to make u complete showing of these superior shoes. No other house has such a range of patterns or de sirable styles. Men's Women's Children's Goodyear Welt Hand Turn McKay sewed. AXMINSTERS MOQUETTES BODY BRUSSELS VELVETS TAPESTRIES INGRAINS UNIONS - MATTINGS LINOLEUMS Rugs. arnets. .Vynr Smzm StiMmKS of Wl& Farm. A'EW GQQfS IS EVEHV BEFsmtMEXT. onesta Cash Store ALWAYS LEADERS LIT QTTALITIT OT& PBICE.