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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3, I!) 3. THE ARNER AGENCY Represents all the leading Fire In surance Companies of the world, and can insure you against loss at lowest rates ohlain-dde. We are also aKents in Forest county for the TITLE GUARANTY AND TRUST CO., which furnishes security for Coun ty niul township officials. Also furnishes bonds for HOTEL LICENSES at a nominal fee. A nice line of KohI Kstutn Deals hUvhvs to be hail at this agency. C. M. All & Si, tflONESTA and M AKIENVILLE, PA. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Lam mors. Ad. llopkin. Locals. Dr. Chase, Header. Devoe it Co. Letter. Lawrence Paint. Locals. Ilovard's Drun Store. Ad. Joyce's Millinery. Locals. C.M. it St. P. By. Headers. White Star Grocery. Locals. Oil tnarkot closed at (1.50. Oil and gas leases at this office. Hopkins sells the Douglas shoes tf .. If you want lo sell your house Law rence Paint will Held to its value Dr. J. C. Dunn will toll you. It Tionesta ought to develop Fonie ex hort tennis players this summer, no less than four Vcourts" being already in auc- cesslul operation. Out a straw hat and enjoy comfort in the hot weather. Tho only place in town to tit yourself out In anything like de cent style is at Hopkins'. It ' K. W, Ledebur, of Starr, killed a chicken hawk tho other day that meas ured four foot from tip to tip of thewitigs, by hitting it with a slono. --W. O. Wyiiian ban broken ground for a new dwelling on his lot 'twlxt Capt, Clark's and ye editor's donitcilos, a very desirable uoigborhood, to be sure. -A dramatic and oratorical education is an ac oniplisliinont that every young man or woman may be proud of. See ad of King's School ol Oratory in this issue. You ne-jd not go hungry for any of he toothsome vegetables of tho season if you will call at tho Wliito Star rocery, wheVe all tho varieties are kept freh nnd clean. It Kx-Protli'y Robertson mourns tho death of his pretty little pet dog, "Kiley," which had to be chloroformed in order to relieve him ot sickness which reluscd to yield to treatment. The strontman fehoe for ladies lias never boon excelled in beauty, stylo, comfort and price in Tionosta. Hopkins is tho solo dealer in Tionesta and always earri-'s a complete stoel-. ll tiet a good dramatic' education at a littlo cost and in a short time. Consult Byron W. King's School of oratory and Dramatic Culture, 204 Sixth St. Pittsburg, Pa. School located at t'orry, Pa. It White trimmed hats are the popular thing just now. See samples at Joyces' millinery. Always up to dato wo are constantly in touch with tho new crea tions and the latest modes in trimming. Oil City sc i.t up an aggregation last Saturday that fc"t badly "bumped" by tho Tionesta ball tossors, the score stand -Imr 13 tofi at the end of the ninth inuing, Tho Tilusville team is scheduled to play hore this afternoon. Mr. Charles M. Harger writes in tho Kflviow of Reviews for June on "Forest Making on Barren Lands," describing the experiments in tree-planting on Western sand-hills Inaugurated by tho G jvornnient this spring. List of letters remaining uncalled for In the Tionesta, Pa., post' ffice for the week ending June 3, l!Ki:i: M iss.Stevensi Miss Cora Confer, Mrs. Lizzio Snyder i letters, It. V. Guothholl' Esq., card. D. S. Knox, P. M. Tho boys report hiving found ripe strawberries in tho woods last week. This is exceedingly early for the wild va-riety.-and were it not that the boys know strawberries when they eat 'em, we might bo inclined to doubt tho story. The county Sunday .School Associa tion begins its annual convention in tho Presbyterian church hero this afternoon. The sessions will be very interesting and you will be well repaid if you attend, whether a member of the society or not. Special meetings will begin In the Free Methodist church n-xt Tuesday evening, 0th inst., to which all are cor dially invited. Tne pastor, Kev. Robert MeUarvcy, will be assisted in theae meetings by R.-v. William ISryenton, of Mahatly, Clearfield county. Tho district convention of the Wo man's Foreign Missionary Soci ly of the Methodist church is being held at Ne braska this week. Yesterday morning a large delegation of ladies arrived on the train and were conveyed to Nebraska in Cautield's carryall. The King School of Oratory and Dra matic Culture is one of the finest in the country. The tumtiier term begins at Corry, Pa., June L'tith and closes August 3d. Persons desiring information should address Iiyron W. King, i!4 Sixth St., Pittsburg, Pa. See ad in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Urey were called to Sandy Lake last week to the bedside ot the former's brother, Robert, who was taken violently ill with appendicitis He was operated upon and for a time it was thought he would recover, but a turn ' for the worso resulted in his death on Wednesday morning last. The boy was aged about II years, and bis sudden tak lug away prooved a severe seock to the family and friends. Mrs. Fred Shults, of Tionesta town ship, is seriously ill from tho etl'eets of blood poison, caused by being piicked with the sliarp bone of a chicken which she was dissecting last Thursday. The point of the bone penelrat. d one of her linger and at once became very painful, so that a physician bad to calltd. Dr. Uovard lonnd the I and anil arm badly swollen and the patient in iiiueh agony. It is possible an operation is the only thing tl at w ill bring tho icijuired relief. II. W. Lcdebur of Starr, comes to the front with a wool story that beats farmer Will Clark's "till further orders" He has four ewes from which he sheared" this spring four lle-ees of wool, the average weight of which were pounds, and one fleece weighed Vl pounds. Next ! Kelse Crawford and Prilner Aunew of Youngsville, Pa., came down Friday to spend Memorial day in Tionesta, and meet old lriends generally. Mr. Craw ford is a brother of the Judge, and has a host cf friends in this section who are always ready to give him the glad band. Mr. and Mis. George Dawson, of Franklin, came up for a visit with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dawson, at Stewart Run, last Saturday, George re turning Monday evening. Mrs. J. A. Dawson is also entertaining her sis'er, Mrs. S. C. T. Dodge, of New York City. Naturalists claim that the most stu pid and difficult of all animals to re ceive instructions, is the sheep. We do not wish to dispute the recognized au thorities, but would like te inquire of the said naluialists whether they have ever had any experience with a boy between the ages ol fifteen and twenty-live years. Punxy. Spirit. Mason Joyce finished a good job of work in the reconstruction of the pier and abutments of the new bridge that will span Tionesta creek near Jughandle, last wtek, and has gone with his crew to Pulaski, Lawrence county, whore ho has an extensive contract of a similar char acter, and which will require two months or more to complete Mr-1. M. Ilepler liss purchasod tho Tiotsworth property at the lower end ol town, and by a trade with the Haslet property, in the rear of the Tielsworth lot, has now a large piece of ground, 130x235 feet, sufficient for tw large building lots. The Haslet heirs take tho lower end of the property, making them also a much more desirable lot. Mrs. II. W. Horner, ho has boon quite ill for some weeks past does not im prove as her family wish, and last Thurs day a consultation of physicians was held by Drs. Dnnn, of this placo, Lupber of Pleasantvillr, and her former family physician, Dr. A. D. Ueyier, of Ridgway, It has not yet been decided what action will bo taken (o relieve her suffering. Ira Barnes, of Hickory twp. a vet trail at the busines, killed thirty large rattle snakes near his home one day last week, laving made one of his annual pilgrim ages to tho den located in that neighbor hood. This would seem to entitle Ira to the championship bolt for t lie season. At b ast we know ot ono individual who will not attempt to "go up against" the score. New Castle Herald : II. M.Zahniser, formerly Prothonotary of Mercer county, but now a resident of Tionesta, is vis ting his son, tho Rev. J. J. Zahniser, of the Free Methodist church. It is Mr. Zahn iser's first visit to New Castlo in many years, tie was last nere wnon lion. ueo. W. McCracken was nom'natod for the State Senate over the Hon. S. ll. Matt, now of Ellwood City. A nice well Is reported on the Hay tract, which lies back from llio county home, in Hickory township. The well is owned by Cait. J. M. Clapp, and was drilled in the latter part of last week. This opens a lead that is now to somo ex tent, and developments will be watched with considerable interest. In fact it's getting down pretty closo to the county home, and we may all be oil producers before long. Fred A. P.rookhousor, one of Tiones ta's young men, and Miss Rachel Sul linger, ono of East Hickory's popular young ladies, were married at the home of the bride's parents Saturday evening last, SOU) tilt., Rev. Mr. Bradley of Titus ville performing tho coroniony, In the presence of the inembeis of the family. Freil has the good wishes of his young Tionesta lriends for a long and happy life for himself and his charming bride. Tho borough school board mot Wed nesday evening, closed up its business for tho year and adjourned nine die. The new board then pr weeded to organize for the y ar, electing L. Fulton, Presi dent; R. L. Haslet, Secretary, and J. C. Scowden, treasurer. A resolution was adopted naming the second Monday eve ning of each month as the regular meet ing time of the board. Next Monday evening was set as the time fur electing teachers, for tho ensuing school term. Hon. Joseph C. Sibley, our popular Congressman, who delivered such a splendid oration here on Memorial Day, came up from Franklin in his automo bile last Saturday, giving many of our citizens their first glimpse of a horseloss carriage. It is a handiome machine and oneof tho largest made, and was admired by all who saw it speeding up and down our streets. Mr. Sibley was accompan ied by Hon. O. D. Jileaklo' , and his fat, aO'abloaud utterly indispensable private secretary, Sam. Gray. Many aro laboring under tho delu sion that the bass-lishing season opened on Monday, tho 1st inst. We aro not saying that anyone has o'erstepped the law, or intends doiim so, for wo must not he "negligent" in our speech these days, but think it our duly to call attention to the fact mat the season does not open till tho loth of the month, and that all bass, pike, salmon, etc., caught prior to that date must bs returned to tho water from whenco laken or clandestinely laid on the editor's table. Tho twenty-sixth annual convention of the Woman's Foi elgn Missionary So ciety of Clarion Presbytery will be held in tho Presbyterian church, New Bethle hem, Juno 17 and Is. Among those who will be present are Miss Martha E. Kelly and Miss F.tla Case, of Japan, and Mrs. M. B. Carleton, of India, who will tell of her work "Among the Lepers of India " Delegates and visitors will pleaso send their names to Mrs. E. J. Mateer, New Bethlehem, for entertainment, and write Miss Nancy C. Morrow, Tionesta, for rates on tho Pennsylvania U. R. Sunday dinners will heroalter, dur ing the hot summer months, be a special ty at Hotel Weaver, tho proprietor hav ing inaugurated this feature mainly for the accommodation of thoso who would rather take their dinner out than trouble themselves on Saturdy evening hunting up tho necessary condiments for the noontide repast on the Sabbath, thus avoiding tiet still more irksome duty of preparing it hurriedly alter church. Mr. Weaver wilLsell family tickets for these special dinners at such a rate as will make it an object to all w ho would econ omize in time, labor and price in the pri'i wratiou of tho mi al at homo. l YOU AND TOUU FKIEXDS. --Miss Maude Grove visited friends in Oil Ciu yesterday afternoon. Mrs, F. A. Kellar spent tho past week visi:iug friends at Durbing. H. H. Shoemaker was up from Par sons, W. Va , over Drc 'ration Day. John Lawrence is homo frcm Grove City college for the summer vacation, Miss Goldie Landers, ol Oil City is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. G. Bromley. Mrs. A. M. Doutt and daughter. Gen eviove, are visiting friends in Oil City. Mrs. John Reck went to Bradford yesterday to visit relatives and friends. Mis. G. G. Gaston is visiting relatives in Youngstown, Ohio, for a few weeks. Misses Kathleen and Mary Jayce were Oil City visitors oyer last Sabbath. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rudolph of New town Mills were Tionesta visitors Mon day. Mrs. Clara Hayden and son Guy are up from Siverly, the guests of Mrs. J. H. Foues. Mrs. L. W. Bessy of Oil City visited her sister, Mrs, Charles Bush, alOidlown last week. -Mrs. Geo. W. Noblit aud Mrs. J. C. GeM were shopping in Oil City ono day last week. J. B. Hageity and son Bruce are home from tho Oiiio oil fields for a few days visit. . Hai vey Riser came up from Wilkins burg Monday for a fow days' visit with friends het o. Mrs. David Blum is down from North Warren for a visit among Tio nesta relatives. Linus Shrivor and Newkirk Carson were up from Franklin to spend Memor ial day with their patents. Mrs. W. J. Campbell aud two little sons left yesterday to visit relatives at McKoesport for a few days. Miss Bell Range, daughter of M. L. R-ingo, of Stewart Run, has gone to Pitts burg to spend the summer. C.F.Weaver went to Oil City Monday to attend the funeral of a brother's child, Howard Weaver, aged 14 months. A. P. Andorson was down from Warren, the guest of his son aud daughter, Charlie and Amy, over last Sabbath. Mrs. J. W. Morrow and Miss Sarah Morrow and Miss Vinnie Randall were among tho Oil City visitors last Friday, Editor S. L. Pickens, J. E. Brenno tnaii and Fred Turner of Marienville wero Tionesta visitors Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Green of Sugar Run, Pa., were guests front Friday till Monday at tho homo of their son J. W. Greon. W. N. Zahniser was down from East Hickory for a few hours Saturday and while hore gave the Rei-ublican office a pleasant call. Misses Florence Thomson, Katie Os good and Fern Bowman wero over Iroin the Clarion Norinai tospeud Suuday with their parents. Miss Mary Young of Youngstown, tlii , was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark and other Tionesta frionds dur ing tho past woek. Ed. Duukle, of Oil City, and Miss Ina Johnson, of Jamestown, N. Y., wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Killnier, during tho past woek. Mrs. J, E. Wenk leit on the morning train yesterday for Muncio, Ind., to visit three or four weeks with tho family of her brothor, C. E. Whitehill. Karl Wenk roturned from Philadol ph'a Friday, having finished his first year's course at the University of Penn sylvania, dental department. Mr. and Mrs. Win, Shellhouso and tho chiklien of German Hill spent a few days of the past week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rudolph at Grander, ville. -J. D. W. Reck spent flvo days of the past week at the Ridgway Sanitarium re ceiving treatment for rheumatism. He came home praising the institution very highly. Ex-Comtniss,onor J. T. Carson is staying very closo to his homo these days and devoting much attention to the "cul tivation'' of a big, fat carbuncle, which has temporarily located on his jaw. Mrs. Jennie E. Agnew, department treasurer, and Mrs. L. Agnew, delegate of Stow Corps, this place, are in atten dance 'at the State convention of the Woman's Reliof Corps at Allontown, this week. Will II. Saul, of Wilkinsbu'g, was shaking hands with Tionesta friends for a few minutes last Friday, while on his return from North Warren, w here he had been to settle up the affairs of his lato brothor, Harry. The Republican bad a pleasant call Friilay from its old friend and patron, Daniel Byers, iccently of Tionesta town ship, bnt now of Venn, Pa. Mr. Byers has disposed of bis farm iu tho township to Mr. Bradybaugh. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kelly departed Monday for Wilkinsburg to witness the marriage of their son Edward to Miss Winifred Montgomery, of that city, which happy event is to be solemnized to-morrow evening. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hyde, of Oil City, were guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mealy, of the Town ship, over last Sundny. They wero ac companied by Mr. Hyde's father, E. Hydo, ol Ithaca, N. Y. Mrs. Bru"e Clark of Punxsulawney psod tlwnugh lown Saturday on her way to visit her parents at Leeper a few days. Sho remained over night hero the guest of the parents n! her husband, Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Clark. E. A. Yetter and young daughter, Margaret, came over from Marienville Saturday and spent Memorial Day in Tionosta, tho guests of tho oditor's family. Littlo Madeline, who spent the past win tor Willi her aunt, returned with them. Miss Maggie Bromley, who has been attending business collego in Pittsburg during the past winter came home for a couple of weeks' vacation yestjrday. She captured one of tho study contest prizes in a commercial course, of which she is justly proud. A. F. Brockwny and son, Lawrence, of Lolela, Elk county, visited among Ti onesta friends on Memorial day, whileou their way to visit Mrs. Brock way, who is earing for her mother, Mrs. W. R. Sinail, w ho is ipiito ill at her home opposite 1 1 unkey villu. rreltj June Weddiuj;. Tho marriage ol Miss Vinnie Randal!, daughter of the Hon. C. A. Randall, and Harvey G. Kiser, formerly of Tionesta, out now ot Wilkiusburn, took place yestorday morning' at the home of the bride's parents. The ceremony which inado the couple man end wife, was performed by the Rev. R. W. lllingworth, and was wit nessed by the immediate families of the high contracting parties. Tho bride and groom were driven to the station at once on the comple'ion of the ceremony and left for Wilkinsburg, which will bo their future homo. It is scarcely necessary to say that the best wishes of the com munity go with the happy couple to their new homo. They are both well and favorably known iu Tionesta, where their lives have been spent, and their re moval from tho town is a matter of sin core regret to tho wido circle ef friends whom they leave behind. They will take tin the responsibilities of houss keeping at once in their new Wilkins burg home, where tho groom has been for the past two years a member of a w ell known corporation. (Jrnmlerville. Jack Wbcoler, of Endeavor, was a vis itor Wednesday. J. II. Kelly, of Tionesta, called on friends last Saiurday. Miss Eifio Stakely, of Tylorsburg, vis ited at M. S. McCann's Sunday, A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Klepfer Monday morning. Miss Gertrude Potter roturned Monday alter a three week's visit at her uncle's, Will Rea, nearTidioute. Miss Blanche Black, of Tionesta, visit ed her brothor, J. J. aud went to Falconer Thursday, where her sister. Rose, re sides. Fred Schweitzer and Master Harry Rapp wero at tho former's home at Hazel Hurst Memorial Day, uud stayed over Sunday. Win. Slollhouso and family, of Tio nesta, visited at tho homo of his brother-in-law, Frank Rudolph, over tJO Sab bath. Boxing matches and quoit throwing are popular amusements with tho boys these evenings. A. E. Southworth and family were nt Endeavor and Eist Hickory over Sunday and Mrs. S. assisted with the Memorial Day music et that place. Oren and Merlo Walters, employed here and residing al Irvinelon, purchased a tandem bicyelo from Hart Lawrouce to ride to and from their work. Fred White had an anklo bono broken being struck by a D. A. V. it P. freight train, wliilo walking on thn tracks be tween here and Warren lust I 'iday. He is at the Emergency hospital and will be confined about three weeks. Tho mill closed down for tho Memorial Day vacation last Friday noon, and most of the populace were away somewhere, excepting those who were entertaining compauy. Coleron had attractions for many, the circus at Warren for some and others wero with friends and relatives at various places. Mill started up again Monday kriiio as usual, and all will be busy for awhile. Kiitlcnvor. Frank Withernll, of Oil City, was up a few days last week visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Emory Witherell. Mrs. Guy Hilliard returned Friday from visiting her sou and daughter in West Virginia. Mrs, Steven King returned Friday from Franklin, whoro she had been vis iting friends and relatives, Emory Witherell was in Oil City a fow days ago and purchased a new piano, which adds very much to the attractive ness cf his home. Ed. Howe, after a long chase, Thursday, succeeded in capturing a stray horso that was traveling thro. igh hore without any owner with it. Howard Lusher appeared Friday evening and took tho animal, it being one he had driven up Tionesta cieek aud had got away from him. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Arnold went to Oil City Friday to spend Memorial Day with friends. ' E. L. Gorman went to Oil City Decora tion Day. Mrs. Charlos Smith was summoned to Liueville last Friday to the bedside of her father.wl.o is not, expected to live. Memorial sei vices were well attended here. Eli Berlin Post was woll repre sented and the Post band rendered good music for tho occasion. Jonathan Al baugh was muster of ceremonies and, as usual, was the right man in the rigiit place. Miss Florenco Rust lor was home from Edinboro, whero she is attending Nor mal school, and spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. jind Mrs. G. S. Rustler. Florence Is ono of our promising youmr teichors and everybody wishes her suc cess. E A. Southworili and family were down from Grundervillo, participating in tho Memorial Day services. Colorado Burns, of Youngsville, was down taking part with his old comrades iu slrewtng (lowers on the graves ol tho departed soldiers. James Beatty and family went to Tio nesta to observe Memorial Day. Letter to Landers k Wyiiian. Tiouexta, Va. Dear Sirs: Most mixed paints are ei ther adulterated or short measure. De voe Lead and zinc is neither, so it cannot bo classed with mixed paints. That's why it lakes fewer gallons of Devoe to paint a house than it does of a mixed paint, and it lasts longer for the same reason. Furgiison it Thompson's store, Delhi, N. Y., was painted somo years ego with thirty-two gallons o1' mixed paint. Painted it last spring with Devoe Lead and Zinc thirteen gallons did tho work. Devoo Lead and zinc is here or will be here Jvery shortly. Spiead the good news. Yours truly, F. W. Dkvoe it Co., rl New York. P. S. J iv D. Davis sells our pRint. "I have been troubled for somo time by indigestion and sour stomach,'' says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Leo, Mass., "and have been taking Chamberlain's Stom- 1 ach and Liver Tablet which havo helped ! ... - ,i..l. .... II. .1 ....... I ...... ....! many things that before I could not." If you have any trouble with your stomach whv not take these tablets and get well? Sold bv Dr. Inn. n, Tionesta, V. G. Wil kins, West Hickory. Tionesta Honors t lie NolJicr Dead. A beautiful day and a beautilul i b servanco of the same was the celebration ot Mem- rial Day last Saturday. The streets early took on a holiday appear ance, business generally being suspended for the time, and our citizens with their visiting friends gave themselves up to the proper and fitting observance of ihe day. Many lriends came in Irom the surioiiudiiig country to assist in ami witness tho ceremonies, which began promptly ut 1:30 o'cbick in the afternoon. An elaboiate and elegant dinner had been prepared by tho W. man's Relief Corps at their hall for the old soldiers, their families and visiting friends. What this band of patriots does it does well, and the splendid repast was no exception to the universal rule. Tho lino of inarch was formed iu front of tho Po-t Hall and marched around the square on tho river front, up May street and lack to Elm, thence to beautiful fliversklo to-day more beautiful than ever -where tho pleasing but solemn Grand Army ceremony of strewing llowers over tho graves of the honored dead was carriod out with precision. The march back to tho court house followed the completion of the decoration of the graves, the procession I fcing headed by the cornet baud, where a most royal treat was in store for the iinmenso concourse of poople, and where tho oratoroftheday, being none less then our own Joseph C. Sibl.iv, was met by a packed house, many being unable to find seats. The speuker was preceded by a number of pretty selections by the band and a choir of our btst sinners. .Vs Mr, Sibley rose to address tho large crowd of men and womou who had as sembled to bear him, ho was greeted with a hearty applause. Every eye was upon tho graceful orator in the expecta tion of an iutelloctual feast, aud the pro found silence, which hovered over the assembly as be proceeded, was broken only by repeated applause, and spoke more elrquently than words of little Forest's high appreciation of its dis tinguished member of congress. Tho address breathed tho scholarly attain ments and the patriotic fervor of the statesman, and his Iributo of honor and respect for tho bravo boys of tho 00's who bared their breasts to the stw in of battle in noble defence of their country, strengthened the ties of friendship al ready existing between Mr. Sibley and his constituents. Among tho many excellent things Mr. Sildey said, was, that when a student of history he was of the opinion that all the doeisivo battles wero won by generals and other officers of tho army, and it was not until he had visited tho well known cemetery at Arlington that tho real truth dawned upon him, to whom tho greatest credit was duo. There, upon tho thous ands of white niarblo slabs containing tho word, Unknown, is the unwritten history of victorious armies. To thoso who composed tho rank and lilo is the nation indebted, and it is only fitting that tho nation pay its tributo of lovo to Its humblo heroes. Mr. Sibley also said that as ho ncarcd the sunset of life that which ho will consider tho proudest act of his Congressional work is his securing pensions for tho soldiers of tho rank and 11 o. Surely, Memorial Day, 1!)(W, was a splendid success in Tionesta, nnd the occasion will long bo rol'erod to as ono ol tho most auspicious in thn history of our town, thanks to tho members ol George Stow Post and its mostefficicntaiixiliary, tho Woman's Relief Corps. All honor to them. Decoration Services nt Hickory. Never in tho history of Ell Berlin Post wero they surrounded by so larco a pa triotic assembly as greeted them on Sat urday last. Many tears were seen on all sides as the beautiful but solemn services of the G. A. R. was closely executed by tho hoys in blue. A very earnest prayer was made to tho God r f Battles and by us all for thn perpetuation of our nation and for His divine guidance in all hearts, by Rev. Bradley, ol Titusville. After tho services In the cemetery all marched to K. O. T. M. hall, whero amid the music of tho singers and the Post martial music, all felt at homo. Rev. Bradley dcliyered an able address, w hich, though unexpected ou his pail, was lull of God and patriotism, which brought tears and aniens from the sou's of scores of his listeners, after which din ner was served, At one o'clock the fa it li t it 1 drum called thg vast assembly again to order. Singing and martial mu sic was indulged iu for about one-half hour to the joy and praise of ail present, alter which we had tho great pleasure of listening to our able comrade of the Ttith Pa. Vols., Rev. B. F. Feitt, of Tio nesta. Our comrade was also tilled w ith holy patriotic lire, aud as ho drew tho pictures of those memorable days in Ihiil U.'i ho touched tho hearts of bis hearers. Not until our noble President put his name to tho Emancipation Proclamation dbl we begin to achieve decisive victories. When wo say the addresses wero grand, patriotic gospel, what can we say more? As a Post wo thank our ablo speakers, we thank our singers aud the martial baud for their assistance, and I'ood will. May wo all ever realizo that wo have tho grandest nation and people on God's grown earth. Folio zing is a list of our heroic dead: Geo. Siggins, war ol 1S1. T. II. Pralher, " Enoch Killer, " I. u 'her Barns, " Win. Mauross, " E. Green. " Hiram Green, Co. G, 83,1 P., Vol. Inf. John Dounev, " " " ('has. Zeigier, " " " J. S. Range, " " " P. Copeland, H, Ith " Cavl. S. ('. Whitmorc, I. M h " Int. B. M. Jones, It. lil t I " " Com it A ll-.. MIO It i:V.ll II, Ml 0). Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to Ieiiiu that there is at least one dreaded diseasn that science lias been alilo to cure in till its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh t'uic is Ihe only positive cure known to the medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, reqiiin s a constitutional treat ment. Hall's ('atari h Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly apon tho blood and mucous surlaco ol the system, thcro by do-tro ing tlio foundation of tln dis ease, and giving thu patient strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The pro prietors havo m much faith in in cura tive powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case tliat it f.dls to cure. Scud for list, ol tcsliinoniaK. Address, F. J. CM EN KY t CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by linguists, 7.V. Hall's Family Pills aie thebest. ufober rooai Q'ir slock of Uulibtr Goods is as complete as can be fouml in any well sleeked drup store, ami comprises Fountain !j riiigt'N, Btulb K'ringes Hot Water Hot (It s. Clubber Tubing, Atom.crs, ISaby Itottle fixtures, illIt'N, VAv. When in need of anyiliir.g in I liis lino come and exuinitt our stock. BOVARD'S PHARMACY. I: L. J. HOPKINS. SEiM Spring lime is hero and ho are our spring hati. Hats of every de.-criptiou. Straw lints of every description, from the fine Manila hats fur meti, to the buys' hat lor 10c. Any aid every description of hats. Hats Tor Men. Hats for Stojs. Hats lor (.iiilrire u, Koyn niul l'irls. We are solo ngents for the St'SlS'MiX IU'ltllY HAT. They fell for $3 00 and yon can't brenk them. L 0 Beioema am Mm, Pain in the Side, Groin or Hips, Almost immctliiilely. TIionipHon'M IIar ismn will jinsitivi'ly aire nil 1 i.soitscs of tlic Kiiliuys, liver tnul liltuKlor ; also Sciatic Rlii'iimu- tisni, Luinliafro, Palpitation of (lie Heart, Nervous cliility, and Female WYakiicf-'.'j. Thompson's llarosma does not contain opiates in any form, and a larie reward is oll'cred for tiny injurious drug found in its composition. DIZZY SrivlvlS. Kdwnid Ilapp, of Titusville, Ph., lmd such paiu in the buck Hint he could not do nny kind of work nnd li:id such di..y spells Unit ho would hnve to hold on to sonictliiiiK to kccji from falling. It seemed as if ho never would Ktuji urinating, lie had hicn out of health for lo yeais ti nil could hardly sleep from pain iu his stomaeli. He says, "Thoiiipsoii's liariwina completely cured me, purilied my hlood, and made mi: (eel many years younger.'' Price, $1.00 ; 6 bottles, $$. BYRON W. KING'S Summer School of Oratory. At Corry High School Uuilding Fivo Weeks, June '29lh July 31st. Six Courses Elocution, Physical and Uramtilic Culture, Shakespeare, Fenc ing, Languages, Music, Stuttering cured. 100 Ltsions and 20 Entertain nifctits foi '20. Term will closo with Gold Medal Contest. A Neliool lor Teaehers, lelurers ami Clergy men. Write for Circulars to BYRON W. KING, 4 Sixth St., I'ltlBburg, Pa. Men's Summer Clothes. Suitable summer lothing will go a great deal toward obviating the great discomfort of extremely hot weather. "Keep cool" is good ad vicn, with the temperature above the uiuetieb, but better and more practical advice is to tell you how. OUTING SUITS are a wonderful help. Their cost is not to be considered wheu you take itit'i cotisid"ration the comfort assured Our liue of these is a large and interesting one, of extremely light fabrics, such as flannels, t h i bets and hotnet'puiis. A change from a regular suit to one of tecso will be a revelation to you if have uot yet tried it. 7,."50 lo $l,.0O. Manhattan Shirts- Attached or detached culls, pleated fr pleated or plain fronts also a full line of White Negligees at 1,50. $'2.00, $2.50 lo ( 00. More than a hundred itiU'erent in w styles of Negligee Shirts striped patterns and plain pink, blues, oxbloods, tans and black and white stripes plain and pleated bosums separulo cud's 81 00. Men's and Boys' lout her bells new tiarrow shape 50c. l.'h'nf d ONE. PR 4l&43SENcCA ST. CHI RATES ON ALL WALL PAPER. From t ow nu through the balance of tho eeasuu I will be able to give my patrons great reductions ou all Wall Taper. Tli se who have not finished papering will do well to no tify tne r ml I will bring sample books and quote prices. THE PAINTING SEASON is now on aud all who have painting to be done this summer should give orders early and get time set. My previous work is my recomrrenda lion. GEO. I. DAVIS, TIONESTA, PA Ail Nsj le or Wool Hat j ou tvant, from lliv Stetson at $ I, to I lie Mit t lial at 50e. opkins. ICE CLOTHIERS OIL CITY. PA. form?