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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, Editor 4 Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 1004. iw 1904 JUNE 1904 Su. Mo. Tu. We, Th. 2 Fr. Sa. 1 J 11 5 6 11 9 10 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 29 22 23 2425 26 27 28 30 MOON'S PHASES. a Tnira n Q Quarter 0 0 53 R.m. 4:10 p. nu Fim nn 1M jr Quarter ti) n.m Full 7 3:2: vi Moon ill p.ui Eoon 13 ltepiibliemi Ticket. STATU. Supreme Court Justice JOHN P. ELKIN, of Indiana County. t'Ol'NTY. Congress ' JOSEPH C. SIBLEY, of YeuauRO County, Asscmbhi JOHN II. KOBERTSON, of Tionesta. Associate, Judge FKANK X. KREITLER. of Ureon Twp. Treasurer WM. U. HARRISON, of Green Tw p. Numerous thefts of valuable works of art, gold nujjgets, line poroaline, etc., have been made at the St. Louis Exposi tion. This is too bail, anil if it continues will give tlio management a bad tiaine. Perhaps a little less entertaining ami a little more watching would improve matters. It is amusing to hear the Democrats give out from their committee head" quarters the opinion that they expect to overturn the Republican majority ot 24 in the House. There'll be time enough for that alter they elect Parker, or Gor man, or Olney, or McClellan or Hearst, or whoever else pels the nomination. As the St. Louis convention will con tain 1,0(10 deligates, it will lake 67 votes to nominate. Parker. He now larks about 4(!0 of the required number. And Hearst Las almost as many delegates as Parker. Somewise politicians think it possible that Gorman, Mills or Eolk may come in and gobble up tho wholo con Ofrn. Ov course the Democrats are nut pleased with the selection of Attorney General Knox for Senator. Rut this will not interfere with anybody's happiness. Nothing that could have been done would have pleased the Democrats, and if it had pleased them, the rest of us might have been displeased. Amono 'he spell binders who are ex. prcted to make nominating and second ing speeches at Chicago are Senator Bcv eridue of Indiana, Mr. H. S. Edwards o' Macon, Ga., Joseph Coltou of Dulutu, Minn., Geo. A. Kuight of California and n negro lawyer from Baltimore. With all this talent there ought to be some stirring speeches. Paul Morton, formerly a Democrat, and son of that Sterling Morton who was Secretary of agriculture under Cleveland, announces that he has become a Repub lican. He says there is too much "tom my rot" In the parly he has just left, and that the Republicans are the only folks who do anything. Mr. Moitin is wiser in his own generation than his foiebears. Politicians of the far reaching and prsscient sort, are going to light shy of the tariff issue. At least tint is a deter mination the Democrats have come to. If that issue is pressed too hard it may cause wealthy Democrats, who are profit ing by protection, to decline to opeu the much needed barrel. We are unw told that "over production" causes mills to close and markets to sag. This was a favorite theory with Sterling J. Morton when he was secretary of agriculture. In any event it is vastly better thn un der production. A movement has narted in Akron, Ohio, which promises to set the conntiy wild. A new organization has sprung up called the "Young Crusaders." The boys belong to a Sunday School, of course, they wear kahkl uniforms, flourish swords, talk loud, and sleep out of doors under real flapping teuts. Two of Sen ator Dick's offspring belong to the baud. Exactly what the cruisade is about does not appear. Possibly it is a crusade against using tobacco, telling lios, being lazy, and showing disrespect to one's parents. If so, it should prosper. The great and perplexing question among Democrats is how trey can muz zle Win. J. Bryan. The newspapers have been killing him ofl for many months, and saving all sorts of funny things about him, nevertheless, at the critical moment, he pops up with the Ne braska Democracy behind him and the same old plattorm in his pocket. The proposition is how to smother Bryan and his notions and yet keep him and his faction to the ticket and to the party. A happy solution in wanted. Suppose all the regular Democracy goes over tu the Bryan faction ? Here's a chance for union. EvKHYTiiiNu is in readiness for the Republican National Convention at Chi cago next Tuesday. It will be a great gathering of the big men of the grand old party, notwithstanding the nomina tion of tho principal candidate hits been settled months ago. The only name that will be mentioned in connection with the Presidency will be that of the idolized Roosevelt, and he will ie given one of the greatest ovations ever tendered un Amer ican statesman. Who will be his run ning mate is still a question of doubt, but Indications point toward Senator Fair banks, of Indiana, who is very popular in the West. The convintion is not likely to last longer than threo days. 11 un ah lor Roosevelt ! Senator P. C. Knox. The appointment of U. S. Attorney General Philander C. Knox as the suc cessor of tho late Senator Quay was made by Governor Pennypacker hist Friday, and a more uuanimous approval of the selection could scarcely be wished for. The satisfaction expressed on all sides by the Republicans throughout Pennsyl vania is indicative of the Governor's very happy solution of a problem which for a timo threatened to cause no little trouble for the party in this State, It is disappointing to the Democrats, ol conrso, and to tho boodle element, which sees in this selection a lading of what promised to be a wldo-open leg pulling campaign and the knocking in of several prolific barrel-heads when the next meeting of the legislature lakes place. All this has been quietly nipped in the bud, and the result is that Pennsylvania will have a representative in tho United States Senate that -vill rank with the greatest in tho nation. Mr. Knox is one of the cleanest of men in bis public and private life. He has both the ability and respectability. This is conceded by even bis political opponents. The appoint ment obviates the necessity of calling an expensive extra session of tho legislature, as the Governor in his message has pointed out. The legislature convening in January m xt will take up the matter, and elect Mr. Knox's successor for both the short and the long terms, an that, in all human probability will be Mr. Knox himself, no doubt without opposition in his own parly. In Honor of Senator (nay. At a regular meeting of t'ie Joseph C. Sibley Republican Club of Forest County the following minute relating to the death of the Hon. M. S. Quay, was unan imously adopted and ordered spread on the records of the organization. Resolved, that this club hears with pro found i eg ret ol the death of the disting uished senior Senator of t'onusylvania, who for forty years displayed unwaver ing allemaneo to the principles of Republicanism, as interpreted by Liu coin, Gartield and McKinley. liesolicd, that by his death our great Commonwealth bus sustained au irre parable loss due to his withdrawal from the councils ot the nation, and Irom his distinguished service to his own State liesoloed, that in common with the thousands of loyal Republicans of Pen nsylvania, we record our sorrow at his unexpected demise, and extend to the bereaved family our sincere condolences. After all that has been done and said about forest trees protecting the land, preventing Hoods, and causing rivers to How at an average depth, it seoms that cloud bursts occur with requency in dif ferent parts of tho country, regardless ot the condition of vegetation. In one day there comes news of floods in New York, Peuna., the Black Hills, a ten days rain in Kansas, cloud bursts in Texas, in the Indian territory. Even the Kaw river in Kansas is a restless stream, and every little while leaves its bed and goes wan dering all over the state. And it is a re nnrkablo fact that old pianos are to be f ui nd in river bottoms of Kansas as the result of Hoods. Something will have to be done besides talking about spots on tho sun, and appointing young men to plant trees and draw salaries as forest rangers. Interesting Letter From Washington.. Colville, Wash., May 28, 1904. Editor Republican: I w ill write a short sketch of Washing ton as I have seen it: I have been here over a year now, so 1 have experienced all the seasons. It gets very hot here during the summer as the sun gets a cou ple of hours more per day to get in his work. It io light enough to read a news paper here at 3 a. m., and only dusk at 9 p. ni. The ranchers sow wheat in the spring often plowing it under and a mixture of wheat and oats to be cut green for "hay." This beats Penn'a for growing any kind of fruit or vegetables. I have only missed a couple of our east ern products here, i. e., corn and grapes'. The nights are too cold here for corn ouo can bleep under blankets bore the year round or so the ranchers claim. My private opinion is that corn requires too much work for these people hero. Work is avoided as much as possible, and many of the ranchers make a good living and do not average two days' work a week. All kinds of fruit grows abun dantly and is very fine, with the excep tion of apples. They look nice, but I have not found a single one that was as finely flavored as they were in Penn'a. There are ripo strawberries now. We have also plenty of snow in sight yet, a few thousand feet up on the mountains, and only three miles from here. I am Uve miles from Colville. I saw two unusual signts in the spring. One was a juneberr3 bush in bloom with in a rod of a snow bank. The o:her was frogs sitting on cakes of ice and croak ing. The frogs speak a different language here, and, if possible, a more discordant one. We have a chipmunk here similar to the ones back there, only darker and smaller, with a tail twice as long. They also talk "Siwash" and do not "chip" like tho ones we used to hear in Penn'a. There is also a ground squirrel here a copy of the woodchuck. He Is larger than tho black squirrel and can destroy more vegetation than a rabbit. White rabbits are to be found here also, but not the little gray one. Trout are very plen tiful in the streams. Deer are to bo found everywhere, and bears aro not scarce. Blue grouse are thick on the mountain sides, but rarely come down into the valleys. Pheasants are found in the canons similar to tho ones found in Forest county. They aro numerous here around our camp and one can see deer trucks in a ten minutes walk from the mill. Timber laud is being gobbled up like gold uuggets. There is a line layout for some ouo with some money, about four to fifteen miles from hero. There Is good timber aud plenty ol it. Yellow pine at first and running back to a belt of white pino as line as ever grew in Penn'a. I saw some of it, but being alono and strange did not venture very far into it. I saw white pine that had fallen over into the creek; wo were fishing (I was not alone this time) but stopped to mtasure it. With only three feet of a diameter it reached liil feet, Biid was four Inches In diameter whero the top had broken oil' then. Fish story ! I am right "hero with the goods" and will pay your ex penses hern aud back if I can't show you hundreds, yea, thousands, just as long. Tho while pino belt In-s been visited by but lew people. There, are ubout 15,(HJ0 acres of It covered by timber and stone claims, but it could be bought for about 50 cents per thousand on the stump. It is estimated at 50,000,000 to 200,000,000 a.; yellow pine and cedar included, there Is said to lie ."00,f00,!'00 tributary to the stream this is on. It lies from three to Hftccu miles from the railroad. Acting on instructions from eastern parlies I took options on 30,000,000 to 60,00,000 ft. of it for 00 days. It is the key to the whole position, but as 30 days are gone and no action taken I guess the scheme will fail to materialize. It is a fine chance tor somoone. A great deal of the white pine is on unsurveyod land open to settle ment, though. I expect to look It over and take claim myself soon. The lum ber trade Is quiet out heie, but.it will boom again. We had a few weeks hero without com munication with the outside world on ac count of high water. It was three feet deep on the R. R. track. If any ofyou are in St. Louis you can see a picture of our mill iu the Stevens county exhibit. The steps aud stairs of Washington State building are of marble from Stevens county, too. This Is a great county, but it lacks development at present. I have only a few minutes to mail this so 1 w ill "cut it out." Yours truly, B. M. CARllAUdlt. (.1 I'll III of the Now. No other man ever won by running down the other girl. Call while they are freshest and get nice home grown strawberries at the White Star Grocery. It The best things In life are tliosa that anyone may have if he will, Preserve your house with Lawrence ; sold by Dr. Dunn. It First love is tho sweetest ard most unreliable thing in the world. Ladies' ready-to-wear watdi suits, skirts aud shirt waists. You will find the best line at Hopkins' store. It Tho possibilities of any life are much greater than we imagine. Anybody can make paint Lawrence makes the best ask Dr. Dunn. It Blessings come home to roost just as surely as curses. None but the freshest vegetables and fruits sold at the White Star Grocery. It Many a woman's love is lost by tak ing too much for gi anted. A nice stock of hammocks, the com fortable and handsome kind, has just been openod at the Hopkins store. Get one and take it easy after a hard days's work. 11 Many a man who takes himself ser iously is regarded as a hugh joke by others. Use Lawrence ou your house this spring get your mouey's worth see Dr. Dunu. It Some mon are eagerly sought after because ihey don't pay their dobts, Every variety of vegetables, fresh from the ground, at the White Star Gro eery. If your own haven't matured vet, come here and get the nicest. It --It is bard work for a man to find an other man who Is easy to work. The Wooltex skirts are never out of style, always comfortable, and look and wear better thai) any others. Hopkins is sole dealer here. It --No young man can write a sensible letter to the girl be loves. Ask Dr. Dunn for information about Lawrence. It The diamond is a hard stone, but it is apt to soften a marble heart, The White Star sells ouly the choic est of groceries, canned goods, confec tions, etc. Resides tho famous "Table Queen" bread. It. Women know as much about politics as men know about war maps, The best line of straw bats Is to be found at Hopkins' store. Sure to please you, both style and price. It Some men actually know a few of the things they bolieye. For sick headache take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets aud a quick cure is certain. For sale by Dr. J. C. Dunn, tf A married man is always telling his wife how heallhlul house work is. Hot weather dress goods and shirt waist materia), something right up to date, at Hopkins'. It There are no game laws' to handicap the man who hunts trouble. Just the right time now to order your new suit of clothes lor the Fourth of July. Hopkins keeps the best in ready-to-wear goods, or can take your measure and guarantee a perfect lit. And the price will be right. It Man wants little here below, but he wants that little badly. $100 HEW A ill), $100. The readors of this paper will bo pleased to leui n that there is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in nil its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro known to tho medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly apon the blood and mucous surt'aco of the system, llioro by destroying the foundation of thi dis ease, and giving the patient, strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The pro prietors have so much faith in its cura tive powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills aro thebost. TriiimiiliN ol tlixlrni Snriirry. Wonderful things are done for the hu man body by surgery. Organs are taken out and scraped ami polished and put back, or they may tie removed entirely ; bones are spliced ; pipes take the place of diseased sections of tho veins ; anticeplic dressings are applied to wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries belore inflamma tion sets in, which causes them to heal without maturation and in one-third the time required by Ihn old treatment. Chamberlains pain Halm ui-ts on this same principle. It is an antieeptio and when applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly. It also allays the pain and soreness. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm In your home and it will save you time and money, nut to mention the inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail. For salo by Dr. J. C. Dunn. MARRIED, II U N T E R B A R N l'-TT A t the Rural Mouse, Tiotiesta, Juno 8, IIMII, by C. A. Randall, J. P., John Hunter, of Ross Kim, Forest Co., Pa , ami Rebecca Harnett, of Liekingville, Pa. '( IT TO-IMY." The time-worn Injunction, "Never put off 'til to-morrow what you cau do to day," Is now generally presented In this form : "Do it to-day !" That is the terse advlso wo want to liive you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have boon atruggliug for sev eral dav, perhaps weeks. Take some reliable' reined v tor It TO-DA V and let that remedy be Dr. Boschee's German Syrup, which has been in use for over thirty-five years. A lew doses of it will undoubtedly relievo your cough or cold, and its continued use lor a lew days wiil cure you completely. No matter how deep-seated your cough, even if dread consumption has attacked vour lungs, German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has douo belore in thousands of ap parently hopeless cases of long trouble. New trial bottles, "I'm; regular size, 75c. At J. I). Davis'. Itrtluri-il It men July -till via Nicklo Plate Road. Ono faro plus 25 cents for round trip to points within a radius of 200 miles. Tickets on sale July 2nd, 3d aud 4th. Good returning July 5th '04. See nearest agent or address A. C. Showalter I). P. A., 807 State St. Erie, Pa. 337 J -20. l.ow-Knm KxriirHlnn la Wurrcn, Oil t'ltjr, mill TiliiNville via I't-nn'it Uiillruml. On Sunday, June 2X5, the Pennsylvania Railroad company will run a special low-rate excursion to Warren, Oil City and Titusvillo. Round ti p tickets, good going on tho above date on special train indicated, and good returning on special leaving Titmville 7 p. in., Oil Citv,7:40 p. m. and Warren, !:00 p, in. on June 2rt, and regular trains June 27, will be sold from stations named at rates quoted : Rate to Rate to Oil City or Train Warren and Titusvillo leaves return aud return Hickory 10:50 a. m ? .75 Tionesta 11:02 a. m .75 Oil Citv Ar. 11:40 Titusville Ar. 12.20 p. m. Children between 5 aud 12 years of age, half rates. 2t TIONKMTA SIAIIKETS COKPECTED EVERY TUESDAY, BY RELIABLE DEALERS Flour " sack .. 1.30l.l!O Corn meal, feed, 'tf 100 tb 1.35 Corn meal, family, 1 00 lb 1.75 Chop feed, pure grain 1.40 Oats .58 Corn, shelled .75 Buckwheat Hour, i ft .03 Beans bushel 8.00 Ham, sugar cured .14 Bacon, sugar cured .14 Shoulders .14 Salt Pork, lb .14 Whitctlsh kit .l!5 Sugar fi(7i).0HJ Syrup 3.5(g) .60 N. O. Molasses ,35'a) .50 Coffee, Roast Rio 12J15 Cotloo, blended Java .25 Tea 35 .50 Butter .15 Rice 05(9.03 Eggs, fresh .121 Salt1 barrel 1.25 Lard .11 Potatoes, bushel 1.00 Potatoes, sweet, It) .03 Llmol barrel 1M) Nails keg 2.75 Wool 20((j22 AUDITORS' REPORT of Tionesta Township for year ending June ti, 10O4. Wm. Nichol, Collector, In account with school fund of said township, nu. To amt. of duplicate $1,725 02 cu. By amt. pd. Win. Lawrence, Tr...$l,534. 12 By amt. rctd. Co. school tax 41) 20 building tax 10 06 By 5 per ct. com. on $iiS7.79 34 30 " " " l)72.l:! 33 63 " " " 240.05 12 43 By 2 per ct. com. on 053.40 13 07 By exonerations 2S 08 $1,725 92 wm. Lawrence, Treas, in account with said township : tr To Ril $ 315 35 To reed. Irom W in. Nickol Col... 1,705 12 ' " Stale appropr'ation 1,250 13 " " R. A. Childs 10 " ' John Hoovler 7 27 $a,344 00 CR. By orders rodeomed $3,408 0(1 By 2 per ct. com. on ?:!, HiS.Oti 60 30 By amt. to Bal 415 64 $3,083 06 Ralance in hands of Treas $ 445 01 We, the undersigned auditors ot Tio nesta township, liereliv certify that we have audited the above accounts and Hud hem as set forth. A. L. Thomson, J. A. SlinlVKIi, C. C. Weinoaiu), Auditors, Attest: Q. Jamieson, Clerk. Ordinance A'o. 17. Fixing and establishing a twenty-four inch underground tile drain on undue Street for carrying surface water from Elm and Bridge streets to the Alleghe ny River, in the Borough of Tionesta, Pa. Re it enacted and ordained by the Town Council of the Borough of Tionesta, Pa., and it is hereoy enacted and ordained by authority of the same, as follows: Section 1. That a twenty-four (24) inch tile drain for currying surface water from Elm street and Bridge street to the Allegheny River shall be laid, and the same Is hereby established, authorized and directed to be laid, beginning at a point near K. R. Lanson's tin shop on the Kt side of Elm street, thence to the North side of Bridge street, thence along tho ISorth side of Bridge street to the Al legheny River. Section 2. That the said tile drain shall bo constructed according to planH ami specifications. 01 a borough engineer, and all work done and material furnished to be by contract let to the lowest anil liest bidder, and tho President of Council is hereby authorized to advoriise foi pro posals fof doing said work in accordance wuh specifications. pAssKD-June 7th, 1004. J. B. Muse, Attest President of Council A. C. Brown, Secretary. And now, June 8, 1001, upon due con sideration thereof, the foregoing Ordi nance is hereby adopted and approved, F. R. Lanson, Burgess. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the Tiones ta Mantel Manulacturing Company, (in corporated), will present its petition to the Court of ('milium Pleas, to be bold at Tionesta. Forest county. Pa . on Thurs day, the 23d day of Juno, 1004, at two o'clock p. m., praying the Court for a de cree of dissolution and permission to surrender any and all power contained in ilu i.lturtiip At wliif.li tiliii. uml rtltii.n unv nerson or persons interested liny attend ai tuey seo proper. J. V. Bowman, Presidont, A. B. Ki-'i.ly, Secretary. T. E. Riti'iikv. solicitor. Tionosta, Pu., Juno 1, 1001. Notice of Appeals. Notice is hereby given that the Com missioners of Forest County will moet at ;heir olliee, in the Borough of Tionesta, on the 17th and lstth days of Juno, 1004, tor the purpose of holding a Court of Ap peals Irom the assessment of money at interest for the year loot. C. HUKHKNN, A. K. Siiti'H, Henry Win oaiid, Commissioners. Attest, S. M. Henry, Clerk. Tionesta, Pa., May 24, 1001. Going to St. Louis ? Going anywhere? Xom1 a TKDXIi, SUIT tANE, ' VAL1NK or ( TKLiwori:? We have them. Co mo In and Ncc. JFii&YiriJSV I am bet er prepared than ever tu attend tu all work in my line with neatness and dispatch. If you have painting or papering to do let me quote price-. I guar antee my work and refer you to anyone who has em ployed me in the past. Youi8 respectfully, GEO. I. DAVIS. Those 36, Tionksta, Pa. Fred. (jJrettcnbergor GKNKHAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines;, Oil Well Tools, (las or Water Fit tings and General Blacksniithiiig prompt ly done at Ixnv Katos. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop In rear of and just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. "Your patronage solicited. FRED. ORETTENBKROER. las. IX ittivEi PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER, ItcpalrH Hollers Stills Tanks Agitators. .Hnjs and Sells Necond hand Hollers IUe. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspension Bridge, Third ward. OIL tJITl, IA. Tlio (Jrrut New iMetlicliie, Cnl-rura Solvent Drove the Disease Out of Mr. Larson's system. Il'rlfr for a Small r llntllf. A proprietary medicine that is not without honor in tlio city where it is made, must be a good thing. No chance for deception there, where everybody knows all about tho men who make it. In Itondout, City of Kingston, N. Y., where I)v. David Kennedy lived and prac ticed for no many years, his new medicine Cal-cura Solvent is highly regarded and many wonderful cures have been wrought by it. There is Mr. Christo pher Larson, tho leading painter and decorator of that city, who says : " I have not had a sick clay since I was cured of kidney mid liver trouble, and painter's colic, by Dr. Kennedy's nem medicine called Cal-cura Solvent. It drove tho disease out of my system, so it never came. hack. Nothing like Cal-cura Solvent to purify the blood." licmrnilier, Calrura Solrcnt curex OS'jS of all casci of Kidney, liladder and Liter disorders. You may liavo ft frco sample bottle of this wonderful medicine, and descriptivo booklet, by simply sending your name and address to The Cal-cura Company, Kennedy Itow, Hondout, N. Y. Largo bottles $1.00 (oiifi one size) all druggists, or if they do not have it, send to tho abovo proprietors. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH Nfo. Alwnv reliable. 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