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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
WKIWKSDAY, JULY 13, l'J'M. THE ARNER AGENCY KcprexmitH nil tlio lending Fire In B u r mice CompmiloH of the world, riiiI mn liiHiire you SKitiiiKt Iohh at lowoHt rHloN obtainable. We are bImo admits In Korut county for tbe TITLE GUARANTY AND TRUST CO., which 1'urnlHlion Nouurlty Tor Coun ty and towiiHhlp oIlliiialH. AIho funiinli?s IjoikIh for HOTEL LICENSES at a nominnl foe. A nice line of KohI KstHte DoaU always to be hail at tblH agouov. C. M. ARNER & SDH, TIONESTA ami MAKIHNVILLK, PA. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NKW ADVKKT1MK.MUNTH. JooLevi. Ad. I.amiiiors. Ad. HopkiiiH. Locals. Win. It. Junto. Ad. Smart tC Nlllioi herK. Ad. Kovard'H l'liai umcv. Ad. Nickel Plato Hy. 'Headers. White Star Orocory. LocalH. TionoHla CaHli Store. Locals, .spark' Show, Ad. and Local?. W. II. Minor. Local. Wanted. The McCuon Co. Ail. and Local. Central Sliito Normul School. Ad. Jt'K'lio.Hlcr IttiNincHH liiHiituto. Ad. Oil market cloaod at f l..r2. Oil and gun leases at thlH odlco. Hopkins Nells the Douglas dhoos Hciliicod prices still continue at CaMh Store. tf tho It Quick and reliable Hcryice at White Star Grocery. the It When liilious, tako Chamberlain's Ktomai h and Liver Tablets. For ale by Dr. J. (unu. Jul SojUtf ''' ttio largest Lion on earth wlthpiTrkit' Show, atTiouoMta, July 'JO. AdWffision 1") and " cents. The Douglwis for men, the Strootman for ladiiM. No belter shoe on earth. - Hopkins, sole dealer here. It J. P. tirove Is improving his rem donca on North Klin htreot by t'iu addi tion of a large veranda across the entire font. Tho oil market has taken another tumble downward during tho week, the Pennsylvania product being now marked at $l.'i-, a drop of live cents on the barrel. Mr. Kate I!. Craitf, who is here on a visit, has a lot of household goods stored in the Wagner house which she will dis pose ot al a nominal price. If in need call on her at Mrs. J, (i. Dale's. It Following is tho of loltors lying uncalled for in the jf JioMh, Pa., post office for week tj Aig July 13, 11HJ4 : Q. C. Irvine, KsqYignor Kuzzacle Taga, , F. I). Monitor, 2 Tarda. D. S. Knox, P.M. All those having bills against tho Tio. neHta Cash Sloro will pleaso present the same, and on the other band all those knowing tboinxulves to bo indebted to us will pluaso call and settle. Reduced prices. It Wanted, at once, at Hidgway, Pa., ten non-union plaster masons, wagos 4.u per hour for good men. Also, ten good carpenter; wages XXu per hour. Hring this ad. with you. W. II. Minor, t'ou ti actor. It J. F. Proper Is laying a ling walk in front of his handsome residence in the north ward. Patrick Joyce has a quanti ty ot the same material on the ground and will lay tho walk as soon as he can spare the time. Wanted, a good reliable man, with horse and rig, lor Tiotiesta, and sur rounding town to distribute circulars, samples, tack signs, either in connection with prewnt work, or give entire time. Address, Atoz Printing Co., Dept. L 7, South Whitley, In J. It Willis Harmon, a young nihil cm ployed ou Proper Bros, lease, Tlouesta twp., while chopping wllhan axe, cut his lelt foot quite badly last Thursday, near: ly severing the two last toes of his foot. Dr. liovaril, who attended him, lound some dillloulty in saving the toes, During the coming week the James Store at Oil City, is having its semi-annual clearance sale of remnant goods, as will bo seen by reference tohis triple-col. ad.ort tho 4th page of this issue. Look it over and consider tho invitation ex tended to call and secure some of the bar gains ottered. , n Mrs. Tebo, of lCmporlum, who was 'recently arrested by a State fish wardon with about SO trout she Lai caujht t at were Bliort ofsix iaclies li.ddeu in her shirt waist, and sentenced to :1U0 days in jail in default off i(J0 line, has been re leased by friends paying her tine to the Slate Department of Fisheries. Saturday last Fred Glnssner, who is building barges at Gaston's yards, made a misslroke with a heavy broad-axo and struck his left leg below the knee with the blade, mak ing an incision to tho bone several Inches in length. The wound will keep him oil' duty for several weoks, uo doubt. Dr. Hovaid made the necessary surgical repairs. Herb Stouirhton fell from the roof of Gourd Hit Avlesworth's mill at F.ndeavor Monday, a distance of nearly thirty fact, and sprained his right wriht badly, and sustained severe strains of the muscles of his right lill. Dr. W. G. Morrow attend ed him but found no bones broken, which is somewhat lemarkable considering tbe distance of Herb's tumble. The Tlouesta township school board elected tho following corps of teachers last Saturday : Hunter Station, May HI liot; Hunter Hun. Katie Osgood ; Jamie son, Mary Mathaj Pigeon Hill, Pearl Mealys Gorman Hill, Ralph Blocherj Oldtown, Florence Thomson : Smokey Hill, Ida Fones; Itlocher, Clara Wolf; lliidilleHon, Kiltin lloplor; Shriver, to lie supplied. A lecture will bo delivered ly Mrs. W. O. Morrow, of West Hickory, in the. Presbyterian church, next Sabbath eve ning at 7::W o'clock. Sho. comes under tho auspices of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of this place, and the society extends a cordial iuvilutiou to the members of the church and congregation to lie present on this occasion. Mrs. Morrow has delivered the lecture at F.n deavor and West Hickory, and comes most highly recommended by both theso chinches. A silver oltiring will be lak- Tho name of Mr. Cortolyou, the new Chairman of the Republican National Committee, says tho Philadelphia Inquir er, should not be sounded as it is by many people with tho accent on tho "tel" or on the "you," but on the first syllable, as if you wore pronouncing such a word a "Cortol" on the style of "mortal," "portal," eto., and added a very short "you" on to it. Capt. Harry R. Hyde, son of the late Senator Hyde, and ono of Uidgway's most prominent young business men, was among the unfortunate victims of tho recent Fourth of July celebration, having had bis right hand completely blown oil while sitting oir fireworks for the amusement of some guests who had assembled a the Hydo club houso, eight miles fi om Hidgway. Mrs, John Greenewalt, for almost her entire life time a resident near Greenwood, Harnett township, this coun'y, died sud denly of heart trouble, ou the '2!lth up., aged lil) years. She was highly respected in tho community whore she spent most of her life, and Hie surviving husband has the sympathy of all his neighbors in this sudden bereavement. Tho burial took placo on the 2d of July, at Crown, Pa. A very seusiblo attorallon in the back stair-way of the court house is complet ed. Tho oi l trap which has auswered as a place lor climbing from the hall to the jury rooms in rear of the judges' bench has been torn out and a respectable stair case erected in his stead, making access to the court room by that route much more convenient and safe. Tho Com missioners deserve credit for this im provement, Wm. Green, a young until employed in the lioroii-li as a teamster, was brought before Ksquire Randall last week on a charge of f urnishing liquor to a minor, Benton VanCanip. The proceedings wore brought at the instance of tho father of tho minor, James VanCamp, of Tlo uesta tap Upon hearing the evidence Justice Randall placed Green under $-'K) bail for his appearance at Soptemtier court, in default of which he was placed in jail. Miss Bessie Confer, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Confer, of Redely fie, this county, died at her home on the 1st inst., of typhoid fever, aged 17 years. Deceased was a young lady who bore the highest estoein of all who knew her, and her death U deeply mourned by tho neighbors and friends in the community in which she lived. Funeial services were held on the following Sabbath, the interment being in the cemetery al Kalil town, Jefferson oouuty. J. W. Dauhenspeck, of Golinzi, was circulating among Iriends in this vicinity ye-terday. Ho h s had charge of the tiling room in the large band mill of Col lins, Watson it Co. for about fifteen years, and is now taking a two weeks' vacation, w hich is about the first he has hsdduring that time. Mr. D. has been quiitly work ing on a motor for some time, and expects to hare It ready for patentiug shortly He doesn't claim "porpetual motioD" for it, but the contrivance will be as nearly that as it is possiblo to get. He is a gen ious in his lino, and we venture the pre diction that be will evolve something that will astonish them all when he is ready to show it to the public. Rev. S. S. Popoff was a guest at tbe koine of his brother-in-law, F. A. Keller over tho Sabuath, and during his stay occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian church, morning and evening. His dis course in tho evening was largely In the nature of a talk on the progress of tho missioii work in his native country, Bul garia, and was an extremely interesting revelation to the congregation. Ho came to this country when quite young.educat od himself for the ministry, and was pastor of a prosperous church in Pitts burg, but filling health compelled him to seek a new climate, and he has been in Arizona fur some time. His visit east at this time is to escape the extreme beat of that section. His wife is a daughter of W. II. Frost, of Fredonia, N. Y., and they expect to spend the su miner with their eastern friends. The remains of Frank G. Ittel, one of the young men who mot death in the grade crossing accident at Warren on the Jd Inst., were givon burial in Greenwood cemetory, Bamott township, this county, on the -till of July. He was a son of the late Goorge Ittel, well known to many of our readors. He is survived by two sis ters, both father and mother being dead. Deceased was an industrious voting man of steady habits, and well liked bv hisac quain'.Hiicos. His companion, the other unfortunate victim of this trauic affair, Michai 1 J. Zipfclo, was also well spoken of by friends. He whs a resiilont near Brookville. and bis remains were takon there for burial. Both young men bad been employed at Loleta, Elk- county, and wore ago. I about 22 years. They bad started out together to spend tho Fourth with friends near Grundervillo. President Judge F. J. Thomas of tho Crawford county court handed tlowu a decision at Meadville, Monday afternoon to the effect that the pure food law enact ed by tho last legislature was unconstitu tional. It was in the ease of Frederick J. and Nicholas Kebort, who were convicted of selling adulterated blnckbeary brandy and wine. They askod for an arrest of judgment on the ground that the law was unconstitutional, and tho judge up held them. The title of tho act ho holds is misleading and conllicts with article 3, section 3, of tho atate constitution, which savs that no bill, but a general appropria tion bill, shall contain more than one subjo: t clearly expressed in the titlo. Jinlne Thomas holds that as the law is intended lor the enforcement of pine food regulations, and says nothing whatever regarding Intoxicating liquors, it is un constitutional. The Free Methodists of tills district have advertised a big cauipmeetiiig to be gin at Moran's grove, Oil City, Pa , J uly 2S, and extending over August 7th. The following clergymen of this denomina tion have accepted invitations to bo pres ent : S. K. Wbeatlake, Cowden, III.; J. K Berkheimor, Pleasant ville, Pa ; J. C. Bowman, Tionesta, Pa.j K. L. Monroe, Whig Hill, Pa.;G. S. Mitchell, Tidionto, Pa.; R. M. While mb, Pleasantville, Pa.; Emma Kllison, Titusville, Pa.; Helen Critehlow, Pleasantville, Pa.; G. T. Bry an, Sugar Grove, Pa.: G. A. Garrett, Youngsville, Pa.; It. MeGiirvov. Barnes, Pa ; A. II. M. Zihni.or, Mayburg, Pa.j R. A. Xahnizfr, Tionesta, Pa.j W. II. Mc Climans, Weavers, Ph.; .1. M. Critchlinv, Franklin. Pa.; A. G. Grill, Franklin, Pa., W. K. Smith, Siverly, Pa.; John S. Mclieaiy, P. K., Titusville, Pa.: Albert T. Snuer, pastor, 2N West Fourth street, Oil City, Pa. YOU AM) YOUlt FRIENDS. Attorney A. C. Brown loft for Erleon business this morning. Dr. J. C. Duun was a business visitor to Warren last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Proper were Oil City visitors Saturday. Miss Artie Robinson Is spending the weok at Allegheny Springs, C. W. Smith, of Warren, was In Tio nesta on business Saturday. : George B. Robinson was a business visitor to Oil City last Friday. Miss Bessie Priestley, of Warren, is here on a visit to the Misses Dunn. B. S. Magill, ol Tidioutn, was a busi ness visitor to Tionesta last Friday. 10 . P.. Pleining was in Bradford on business a couple of days last week M'ss Alice MeC.-ea left last Friday for Cliitutauqii t to spend the season. Mr. and Mrs J. G. Bromley are vis iting friend In Pittsburg this week. W. A. Grove and A, C. Urey were business visitors to Oil City Saturday. A. B. Kelly was a business visitor at Pittsburg a couple of days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ledebur,of En doavor, woreTicnosta visitors Monday, Miss Georgia Watson left last Friday for a visit with friends in Randolph, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Killmer were business visitors to Titusville last Thurs day. T. J. Bowman, of Fast Hickory, was a businoss visitor to tho county seat Mon day. A bouncing big boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. 13. J. Bohreus, ot Starr, on the 5th Inst, -Mrs. W. H. Small, of Trunkeyvllle, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. 10. W. Chad wick. Miss Nettie Howe, or Sheffield, Pa., was the guest of Mrs. S. M. Henry over last Sabbath. Squire John Barton, of Barnett twp,, was a business visitor to the county capilol last week. F.dison Coll, of Columbus, Ohio, was a guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. W. lainiesou, over last Sabbath. -Chas. Atnanu was down from North Warren over last Saturday night shaking hands with friends. Miss Sarah Morrow spent last week the guest of her brother, Dr. W. G. Mor row, at West Hickory. ' John Lawrenco is at home from the Rochester Business Institute from which he recently graduated. Mrs. G. H. Killmer spent a part of last week tho guest ol her mother, Mrs. Anna Duukle, in Oil City. Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Wen.el. of Nebras ka, Pu., returned from a visit to the St. Louis exposition last week. Miss Clara Hunter, who has been seriously 111 lor the p.ist ten days, was slightly improved yesterday. Mrs. A. Pease and Miss Blanche left Monday for Findley, Ohio, on a visit to the formor's son, James Pease. Mrs. Harry Carr and children, of Duquusno, Pa., are here on a visit to ker parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blum. Roy Bovard and cousin, Miss Marga ret Williams of New Castle, left yester day for a few days' visil et Chautauqua. Mrs. Garlleld Groye returned Mon day from a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Shoup, at Rocky Grove, Verango county. Henry Robinson and daughter, Mrs. Joseph McKiuley, of Oil City, spent the past week bore with Ike latter's sou, II. K. McKlnlny. Mr. and Mrs. Jolin O'Hara, of Pitts burg, are up on a visit to the former's parents at Stewart Ruu, and to Henry O'Hara of the borough. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gealy, of Enon Va ley. Pa., arrived here last Thursday on a visit to the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overlander. E. B. Catlin, of Kellettyille.has taken the job of tiling on tbe big baud mill at Kiglo Hock, and expects to move to that place some time this summer. -Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Perry, of Oil City, were auesls of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Dawson, at Stewart Run, during the past week, leturning home Saturday. J. C. McNamara.agent forthePennsy at this station, is on a two weeks' vaca tion, and he and his family am spending the time among friend in Nev York State. --Isaiah Proper, of Venango county, has been here the past weok with Lis brother, Hou. John A. Proper, who has been quite ill for several days past, bulls Improving. Joseph Morgan, Janio Morrow, A. J. Fleming and Frank Hunter, boarded the morning triln Monday for Grunder villo to resume work after a week's visit at their homes. Miss Bessie Morgan went to Oil City last Friday to meet her aunt, Mrs. D. H. Shadol, of Brookville, who Is here on a visit to her sisters, Mrs. Jos. Morgan and Mrs. H. E. Moody. Mrs'. Kato B. Craig, whose home has been at Ocean Park, Calilornia, for the nast two vears. is East on an extended visit witli friends. At present she is the guest of Mrs. B. M. Dewees. Miss Mary Joy co, for the past three months employed as head tiimmer in a millinery establishment at Washington. Pa., arrived home last Thursday and will bo with her sister in their owu millinery here the balance of the season. Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Bib'.o were guests of Dr. Morrow's family a few hours lHt Saturday. Tbty expect to go to China in the fall, where Rev. Bible will engage in mission work, in which he will be supported by tie Endeavor I'rosbyterian ctiurcii. In the exuberance of his soul Rev A. II. M. Zahniser. of Mayburg, writes: "We celebrated lho Fourth at the F. M. narsonaire. On that dav a nice 7-lb. girl came to our house. We believe she lias come to stav, as she seems quite at home Mother and" daughter doing well." Mrs. Albert. Trent, ol'Jolmstown.Pa., ai rived hero Saturday for a week's visit with her sister. Mrs. L. Fulton. On Mon day the two sisters received a telegram in'mi Kittanninif conveying tho sad in- lelliueneo of tho sudden death of their brother-in-law, Albert iloliliaugn, and they have gone on to attend the fnnoral. Hey. John W. Murphy, the lirst Priest reared in the Parish at Hidgway, has completed his education, and last week was ordained to tho servico of tho Church. The young mini is a nephew of Mrs. .Indue Crawford, of this place, who is naturally elated over the success of her sister's chili), wlio did not allow his tal ents to lie dormant. Dead HHr or a Man Found Floating in the River at tliis I'lace. At an eaily hour last Sunday morning, while Patrick Joyce and his son, Joseph, were standing on the river bridge at this place, having been called there on ac count ot the sudden rise of the night pre vious to see what shape their tools were in, they espied what appeared like a man floating rapidly down tho middle of the stream. .Joe hurried down to John Bush's place, and the two jumped into a boat and followed and overtook tbe float er about a quarter of a mile below. Tow ing the body to the shore they made it securo and notified Coronor Dr. Morrow, who, after viewing the body put himself in telephonic, communication with Warren parties, whose description of a missing man of that city tallied ho closely with the body found that the Coronor deemed it unnecessary to hold an Inquest. A week ago last Saturday night, 2d inst., George U. Evans, a man agod about 55 years, and a resident of Warren, was missed by his people. The last seen of him was about 9 o'clock that night sitting on a bench near (ho bank of the river on Front street. Sunday morning bis hat was found near where he bad been seen the night previous, which led to the be lief that be bad fallen into the river. Search was mode but no trace of him wes discovered. A tattooed mark on tbe arm of the man found bore was sufficient to make the Identification as that of Evans complete, aud the body was given in charge of Haslet Bros., undertakers, who, at the request of Warren friends, prepared the body for burial, and on Monday seat it to Warren. No evidences of foul play were discovered on the body, and we learn of none being suspected. The, deceased is survived by bis widow and teveral grown children. t ' ' Held on a Charge of. Murder. Harry Webb, a young man aged about 20 years, of Youngsville, Warren county, is confined in the Forest county jail on a charge of murder as the result ot a fatal attack he made ou Orrie Filer, of the same town, on the night of the Fourth. The day bad been celebrated in gorgeous manner and all features had been voted a success, and in the evening a dance was being held. About 9 o'clock Webb bad been refused admission to the hall by Filer who was attending the door, because he failed to produco the required ticket or its equivalent in cash. A short time aftor Filer bad an errand down stairs aud was mot by We' b on the street. After some words Webb struck Filer, knock ing him down and planting several kicks about ids head. When Webb was finally pulled away it was found that Filer was tiucoiisious, aud was carried to a build ing near by and a physician summoned. The doctor found a slight movement of the heart, which ceased within a few moments. An examination disclosed that the man's Deck was brokeu. Webb made no effort to escape and was arreslod in a few moments. At a bearing before Justice Mead the prisoner was bound over to the September term of court iu Warren county, and the charge being one for which no bail can be accepted. Sheriff Brown brought him here on Wednesday and placed him in the keeping of Sheriff Nob! it. The prisoner's family is very highly respected in the community in which they reside, and much sympathy is ex pressed for his parents. Mr. Filer, the victim of this unfortunate affair, bad been a resident of Youngsville for many years, and was one of its most peaceible and highly respected citizens. He was a steady, industrious man, not addicted in any way lodrink.and bad not been drink ing on the dsy of tho tragedy. He leaves a widow and three children. He was aged about 30 years. Three Fatal Fist FlgliJs. Bad tember cost the live of three men in as many surrounding counties during the Fourth of July "festivities" cf the past ten days. All were fistic encounters, tbe first happening at Oil City, on the 2d of July, between John Lynch and Alfred Tbumwood, the latter having lost his life by hard blows from his antagonist. The second occurred at Youngsville, Warren county, when, on tho night of the Fourth Harry Webb killed Oiril Filer, an ac count of which is given in to day's Rk- publican. The last fatal quarrel is re ported from Clarion county, between Ora Sampsou and Cash Furman, of Strattau- ville, and resulted at a dance being held in that town on the night of last Friday, 8th inst. Sampson, who is said to hayo been the aggressor, was dead when tho light ended. In none of these cases were tho combatants above the age of 30 years. It would apppear from Ik s that lho toy pistol is not the only instrument of death that should be eliminated from the Fourth of July carousals. At the C i reus. Every seat and all available standing room occupied and many seated on the ground close to the arena, suck was con dition ot things at both performances at Sparks' circus which showed bore at East Side Park yesterday afternoon and eve ning. The circus was a first-rateoxhibit ion, the performers being stars In their respective lines. Many clever feats were performed by the acrobats, trapeze artists and contortionist, besides the tricks of a well-trained elephant, dogs, lions and horsos; and old and young enjoyed a ro- markahlv interesting exhibition. The Sparks' show will always ba,-e a warm welcome In this city. The circus is at Canisteo to-day. Corning (N. Y.) Daily Journal, July 17, 1802. Tho abovo show will exhibit at Tinnes ta, July 20. Tent plat ion Sale. Tho L. C. Hamilton Salvago Co.'s sain of the MoCuen Co.'s entire stock wil' positively Close as advertised, Saturday, July 23d. This Immense stock of mon's, boys' and cbildrnn's lino clo'hitig, fino tailor ing, gentlemen's furnishing goods, lints, caps, trunks, bags, suit cases, rain coats, rubber clothing and mackintoshes, is be ing closed out at 17c on tho dollar. Do not fail to get your share of the w on derful values. Tim Mcf'i'KN Company, Tho McCuon Co. Block, U Oil City, Ph. Nuiiilny lixeiirsliiiis to Monarch I'nrk, Oil ( !l. Via Pennsylvania Railroad. July 17 and 31. Special train leaves Tionestn 10:30 a. m. Returning leaves Oil City IOiihi p. in. Round trip rate only 75 is from Tionesta, 2t Mr. limner, Slut Ion Agent nt West Hickory, Sustain Serious Injury. Milton Bruner, for many years elation agent at West Hickory, P. R. R., met with an accident Monday which cost him bis left arm. and may yet prove even more serious. The local froigkt north bud completed its loading and shifting at that station and was about ready to pull out. Mr. Bruner had a message for the crew and was In the act of delivering it when overtaken by the accident. The train was parted somewhere near the middlo, and the rear part, with tbe ca boose attached, was standing several rods above the office. He walked up the track and was handing tho message to the flag man when the two parts of tho train came toKether, causing the caboose to rebound aud Mr. Brum r was struck and kuock'ed down, the wheels passing over his left arm, mangling it badly. Dr. W. G. Mor row was summoned and took charge of the unfortunate man till Ike arrival of Dr. Shugart, the company's surgeon, at Tidiotite. The two physicians took him to the Oil City hospital at once, where the arm was amputated close to the shoulder. Mr. Bruner ca no through the operation very well, tiut the shock has been so se vere as to cause considerable fear of a fa tal termination of bis case. Later Re port this morning from his bedside states that be is doing as well as could be ex pected. J'retlr Juno Wedding. A pretty home wedding occurred at tho home of Mr. aud Mrs. 11. S. Sutloy, West Hickory, Pa., at 9:00 o'clock p. ni., June 30, 1904, when their daughter, Miss Edith, was united in marriage with Mr. Carter K. Shorts, of Townville, Pa. Mrs. W. G. Wilkins presided at the pi ano and promptly at 9:00 o'clock as strains of the wedding chorus filled the room, the bridal party entered and took their placos under a cauopy of terns and roses. Tbe groom entered with the best man, Mr. B. T. Elder, and the bride with the bridesmaid, Miss Edna Sutley, her sister. They were led by the Rev. II. B Potter, who performed the marriage cer emony in a most impressive manner. The bride looked charming in a gown of light blue Cecillian and carrl d a bo quet of orange blossoms. After tbe con gratulations, a dainty wedding supper was served. Tbe gifts were very hand some and consisted of solid silver, cut glass, linen, chins, furniture and pic tures. Mr. and Mas. Shorts left Friday morn ing for Titusville, and will visit Mead ville and Erie before thoir return home. They will reside In West Hickory. Over 75 guests were present, and those from out of (owu were, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carnahan of Pleasantville, Miss Ross of Mars, Mrs. L. Neil of Neillown, Mi. and Mrs. Wm. Carnahan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Carnahan, Mr. and Mrs. John Hinkson, all of Faguiidus, Mrs. Frank Strive of Union City, and the Misses Clara aud Ethel Carnahan of Pleasantville. A ill) EST. Cream of tho News. A woman's idea of a wise man is one who makes a fool of himself over her, Call here and get a suit of clothes at a bargain. The cut is a deep one. Hop kins. It Many a man who prides himself on his varacity thinks it no harm to lie to a jury. Fruits and vegetables come to us ev ery day, and none are ever allowed to grow stale. White Star Grocery. It A lot of useless argument might be avoided if people would candidly admit their ignorance. Surprising bargains in suits and men's clothing since the Fourth at Hop kin's store. Come while the assortment is still complete. It Girls who say the least are soonest married. The new management of t Lie Cash Store are still at the old stand doing busi ness with increased energy and while they are thankful for past patronage of tho people they earnestly solicit their trado in the future. Reduced prices. It Successful men know when not to tempt failure. The John II. Sparks show comes highly recommended for being a clean, up-to-date show, allowing no gambling or games of chance around the grounds. Will exhibit at Tionesta, July 20. Habit may bo a man's best friond or his worst enemy. We havo yet a complete line of sum mer dress goods,but they are going fast at the cut prices that we have put on them. Hopkins. It If a man is sensitive he should keep his nose out of other people's biisiius. Cliiiinbcrliilii's folic, Clinli-ra unit Dlnri horn Kcliieilv. This remedy is certain to be needed in almost evoiy home before tho summer is ovor. It can always be depended upon even in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is especially valuable for sum mer disorders in children. It is pli a ant to tako and never tails to give prompt relief. W'hv not buy it now? It may sfo life. For sale tiy Dr. J. C. Duun. When some men lend a hand they expect lho loan of two in return. All Alien nt for Boston G. A. R. National Encamp ment, Aug. 15-20, via lho Nickel Plate Road. Tickets on salo Aug. 12th, 13th and 14th. Liberal return limit. Slop off at Niagara Falls and Chautauqua Lake, A special G. A. R. train will leave Chi cago S:(M) a. m., Aug. Pith. For rates, reservations In sleeping cars, etc, call on local auentor nddiess. A. C. Saowalter I). P. A., S07 Stale St., Kri, Pa. 3(i7-alO An officeholder no sooner loses his joli than bo begins to bowl for reform. sinlVKiinril tin' Chililr Notwithstanding nil that is done by hoards nf health and char jlalily inclined persons, the death rale aiiionir small chil dren its verv high during tho hot weather ol the slimmer months in largo cities. There is not probably ono caso of bowel complaint in a hundred, however, that could not lie cured by tho timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Romady. For aale by J. C. Dunn. MARRIED. WILSON NEELY-At Jamestown, N. Y July 4, l'.Hll.by Rev. D. H. Deni sou, J. K. Wilson, of Marienville, Pa, ami Miss Verna 10. Neely, of Warren. Pa. Sherbet Glasses Water Sets Our Window BOVARD'S PHARMACY. L. J. H. CLOTHING. Complete new lite. All new Styles. A complete lioe of splinter new goods. Clothing Ready-to-Wear. For Largo Men, Small Men, Iioys and Childreu. All (lie new weaves aud styles of make np. Hefore you buy your Dew suit come and take a look Into our Clothing Department. Clothing1 Made-to-Order. It we can't Et you or suit you, we will take your measure A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. NO FIT SO MALE. Yoors in ibe CI ithing Business, . J. Hopkins. A Woman's $2.00 OxforcL Don't be afraid of it. It's a splendid Oxford. We know that $2. is a com monplace price for a good Ox ford, and we know how disgus ted you are with the store that sells you a poor shoe. Try a pair, Madam. Made of fine Vici or Patent Colt, heavy or light soles. !0 N n WSJ Sycamore, Seneca and Centre DON'T BUY YOUR BOY a Cheap garment aud then kick because it don't wear. You got all you paid for. Cheap clothing can't wear; it's not in the word e sell only such clothing for man or boy that we know to bfl dependable. Boy'M Wtwli SnilS HALF 11110 K. Blouse stylo, sizes fi to 10 only Some need soap and water, but at these small prices vou can allr that. Former prices 50o to $3.00; suits reduced to 23c to $1.50. ULSTER 1I1KOWX Nil ITS- ISiihsIuii Style llcdurcd. Sizes 21 to II;' Navy liluo, Cardinal and llrown Sorges. Every Btiit this spring's good, but not all nizcs in all colors. $OiOO Suits Boducod to $-l50 $5,00 Suits deduced to $373 $4,00 Suits Bcduced to $3.00 HOYS' ST A It Nil HIT WAISTS. Finest boys' Shirt Waist tiiudo. Never sells for less than $100, but want to close them, !)('. 41 X43 SENECA ST OF WEDDING GIFTS To select from at our store. We are never satisfied in showing from a meager stock any more than ynu would be in selecting from one. We have not only goodd suitable for Wedding Gifts, but articles for gii'ts of ell. kinib. WATCH INSPECTOR I,. S. fc 91. N. aud 1. It. It. list mrFmrz, The LEADING JEWELER. 32 SENECA St., OIL CITY, PA L. J. H. Streets, OIL CITY, PA ONE. PRICE" -CLOTHIERS 0 1 1. CITY. PA.