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O. A. ftTKPIIKNftON, I'.illtnr and rub.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1892.
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An interesting letter from Rathmcl
on 8th page.
Have ynu noticed the "gas whlrler"ln
. RIston's show window.
St. Marys will celebrate Its fiftieth
' birthday on July Fourth.
I "Phosphorus and Water' at the
J Oprea House Friday night.
A Communication from Wm. C. nontl
will be found on the 8th page.
The new Catholic church at Clayvlllo
will be dedicated next Sunday.
F., K. Arnold bun moved Into his
recently remodeled residence on Main
B. M. Marlin. of Hrookvllle, has lxen
npiHiintod examiner of State banks by
' Two coaches were well loaded with
excursionists from Reynoldsvlllo to
Klnzua last Sunday.
The concert In the Opera House lust
night by DuBols talent was very good,
but poorly patronized.
The Republican primaries will lie
held at tho Burns House Saturday after
noon from 3:00 to 7:00 o'clock.
Finos Imposed will Ixs tho outcome If
boys in the east end are not mora care
ful In selecting a place to go In bathing.
Gypsies have been camping near Roy n
oldsville of late, and fortune telling In
V consequence has been freely dispensed.
The scythe will soon be applied to tho
meadow lands imd the scent of tho new
morn hay will be wafted on the evening
The K. of P. have had a now carpet
put down In their hall, which makes an
Improvement In the appearance of the
V The Knights of the Goldon Eagle will
hold a picnic at Beochtree on Friday,
' June 17th. Preparations are being
j made for a big day.
I Mrs. E. Shanor expresses her thanks,
' through the columnsof this paper, to all
who were so kind to her during the
illness and death of her son.
Men are at work tearing down the
rink. They will only remove half of the
building now. , The lumber will be used
for the erection of tho new borough edi
fice. Children's Day exercises will bo held
t In the Lutheran church at 10:30 Sun
day morning. An address by the pas
tor, Rev. E. Cressman, In German and
f The people of Rathraol are making
preparations for the Fourth. A danco
in the K. of P. Hall, amusements of
, different kinds, &c.,will be on the day's
) Mrs.Erdlce's music class, composed of
26 scholars, had thier pictures taken tn
group last Thursday at Corwin's.
The scholars speak very highly of tholr
Drs. Neale and McHenry removed a
tumor from Charles Lyle's chin Sunday.
The young man lives at Rathmol. The
operation was performed at Dr. Noale's
office at this place.
In mentioning the floral contribu
tions at Gerald Evans funeral, we were
mistaken about the anchor. It was the
three day crews,and not the nlgntcrew,
that bought the anchor,
Punxsutawney hires eleven teachers
for a term of nine months and pay the
following salaries per month,: Principal,
$100; assistant principal, $73, and $50 to
each of the other teachers.
Y The subscription list of THE Star Is
increasing daily. The advertisers will
' make note of the fact that this paper is
the advertising medium for them to use
to get the value for tholr money.
Sam Whlttaker, the horse jockey,
furnished some sport on the street Sat
urday trying to persuade a "kicker" to
work Blngle in a buggy. Sam says the
nag will work alright with another
The fire company ,of which F.J. Black
is foreman, that is four or five members
out of thirty-five, washed the hose, put
1 new washers in and cleaned up the hose
oart on Monday. It la a splendid plan
to have everything in good working
Children's Day services will be held
In the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning, Bnd In the evonlng appropri
ate services will held to celebrate Rev.
H. O. Furbay's first anniversary as pas
tor of the church.
A beautiful monument to mark the
tomb of Joseph and Susanna fathers,
was erected In Boulah last Friday.
Joseph and Scott Cathein.two sons, pur
chased the marble from Aaron Kodgcrs,
the marble cutter.
Brookvllle has really awakened suffi
ciently to establish a large furniture
factory within her limits. We are
miahlo to give our readers the actual
cause of this enterprising streak that
has seized the county seat.
Negotiation are being made for 5.000
acres of coal land In proximity to Rcyn
oldsvlllo that If consuiniited will dump
a half million dollars into the coffers of
this vicinity, and there is some hope of
the deal tteing a sure thing.
We mentioned last week tlmt a
damsel of this place was soon to bo
entangled in the unlit lal knot. "Airs"
muny a "Snider" knot tied than this on
the matrimonial sea, e'en through It bo
under the jurisdiction of a fur bay.
Reynoldsvllle Is the place to spend
tho Fourth. Eluboratu preparations
are being made for a big time here.
Here's your Invitation to be sure and
come to tho lnrgest town In Jefferson
county to celebrate the Glorious Fourth.
Mm. John Quliiliii, nrr Lillian Coax,
daughter of Esq. J. T. Coax, of this
place, died at her home in Omaha. Neb.,
Wednesday, June 8th. Mrs. Qulnlin
was well known In Rejnoldsvlllo. She
leaves two little girls to mourn the loss
of a mother.
Bolger Bros., tho clothiers, have
moved Into the room formerly occupied
by C. H. Gordon. They havo had a
largo sign put up In front of their new
place of business. This firm will be able
to do business with more comfort now
than in their former place
Next Saturday will lie the fourth
anniversary of the uxeat fire at DuBols.
The brick buildings of tho town stand
as witnesses that tho fire was a blessing
in disguise for that place. Often times
it is necessary to make a sacrifice that
gixxl results may follow.
Tho Big Run Echo wants tho ceme
tery at that town to be a delightful
place, so enticing that thither tho
citizens shall joyously meander and the
visitors to the town gladly embrace tho
opixirtunlty granted them of a stroll
through the graveyard to get away from
the quietness of the town.
DuBols has another dally naner. On I
Monday evening the Exprem Issued
tholr first daily edition. It Is to be an
evening paper. Tho Courier has the
advantage by far, as It leaves DuBols on
morning trains East, West, North and
South, while tho Exptrmi will havo but
two evening trains.
Alxmt fourty mombors of tho P. O. S.
of A. lodges of Rathmol and Reynolds-
vine wont to Falls Creek on Friday eve
ning on a special train ovor tho R. & F.
C. R. R. to assist to Institute a lodgo at
that plaeo. One hundred Patriotic Sons
of America paraded tho streets of Falls
Crock, hoaded by tho band of that place.
The now lodge is No. 654.
Verna, little daughter of Ross Claw-
son, who tarried In thut home circle 10
months and 2 days, departed this life at
7:00 a. M. Saturday, Juno 11th, 1892.
Tho funeral services were held at the
house Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
conducted by Rev. W. P. Murray, and
the little remains were Interred In Bou
lah beside a sister who died several
Lock Haven is threatened with a
boom, caused by the large quanity of
firo clay deposited in that neighborhood.
If the Evening Expre Is a criterion of
the life of tho town it is certainly going
to get thore. The Exprti Is an excel
lent evening paper. Its latest improve
ment is the Associated Press news. Its
newsy pages bespeak for it a successful
Rev. Messiah Mesroplan delivered a
vory Interesting lecture to a fair-sized
audlonoe in the Baptist church last
Wednesday ovonlng. His lecture was
on the character, huhlts, goverment and
religion of the quaint, oppressed, bar
baric Turks. The. lecturer was a native
of Armenia, but Is now a naturalized
citizen of the United States. He Is pre
paring himself for Missionary work.
Sunday next, June 19, will be observed
by the Methodist Episcopal church as
Children's Day. There will be at 11 a.
M. a children's concert service prepared
by the pastor entitled, "A orown of life."
Its theme is, "Our years God's gift." A
birthday missionary collection will be
taken. In the evening the pastor will
doliver an address to the young people
and .children on Epworth League, Sr.
and Jr. branches.
Tho remains of Harry Shaner, who
died Tuesday night, were burled in
Boulah cemetery Friday afternoon.
The services were hold at the house,
conducted by Revs. W. P. Murray and J.
H. Jolbert. Tho I. O. O. F..and O.U. A.
M. turned out, he being a member of
both lodges. The floral contributions
from the O. U. A. M. and employees of
the tannery were very pretty. The
funeral was largely attended'. Harry
was 27 years old and unmarried.
Drs. King, .Neale and Sharp removed
a non-malignant tumor from Mrs. David
Brumbaugh's loft breast the other day.
Razed to the Oround.
The old building on the lot purchased
by H. Alex. Stoke from Gibson, has been
torn down, and the work of digging a
cellar 30x90 feet will be commenced at
once. The erection of a two-story brick
building on the lot will lie pushed along
as rapidly as ixmslble.
With a 81ckle.
Agnes Bolger, daughter of Patrick
Bolger, had the tcxs of her left foot
badly hacked with a slcklo yesterday.
Her sister, Maggie, was cutting grass
and accldently cut her txs. It was
not serious, yet Agnes will not get
around for several weeks.
T. J. Davis, foreman at the coke ovens,
met with a mishap Monday afternoon
that knix'ked him silly for awhile. He
was dropping a car down when the
brake chain broke, throwing him on
tho side of the car, which struck him
under the chin, effecting his mind. Ho
Is rapidly regaining his wonted sensible
"Phosphorus and Water."
Rev. Harvey Gncme Furbay, the
eloquent and talented pastor of tho
Presbytearlan church, will deliver a
lecture In the Ojx'ra House.Frlday even
ing, June 17th. Subject: "Phosphorus
and Water." Proceeds of the lecture
are for tho lieneflt of the Y. P. S. of C.
E., to send a delegate to the Inter
national Convention to be held at New
York City next month.
Minus Part of a Finger.
Chas. Benson, who has been working
at the tannery for sometime, com
menced work as a brakeman on the R.
It F. C. R. R. on Monday of last week
and on Saturday morning laid off for a
few weeks to allow the stub of a fin
ger on tho right hand to heal up. Dr.
Bowser trimmed up tho ragged end of
the linger. Making a coupling was tho
cause of tho accident.
At the Baptist Church.
Children's Day exercises were held In
tho Baptist church Sundiiy evening.
Tho church was crowded and the pro
gram, consisting of songs, recitations,
tw, was very Interesting. The church
was neatly and beautifully prepared lor
the occasion with (Kitted flowers and
spruco. The flowers were built up 10
feet high behind tho pulpit and a
wreath of evergreen was put up In front
of the altar. The collection amounted
F. P. Adelsperger, tho Humane agent
In this place, has In his charge a girl
about sixteen years old that will bo
given to any one who will keep her.
Tho father will furnish the necessary
clothing for the young miss. Tho chiof-of-ixjllce
took charge of hor Sunday
morning. The girl's father dressed one
of hor eyes In mourning and turned hor
out of his home. This is a good opixtr-
tun'ty for some one to perform a chari
table act by providing a homo for tho
Death from an Explosion.
Barney Llndenmuth, who was almost
Instantly blown Into eternity at the
fire clay bank at Iowa Mills, on the 4th
Inst., died from the effects of his Inju
ries on Sunday night, Juno 12th. He was
employed in mining Are clay and a blast
having failed to Ignite, he was In the
act of again setting fire to tho fuse,
when the blast went off. The force of
tho explosion threw him a distance of
about 25 or 30 foot, his body being
badly lacerated and bruised. He suffer
ed terribly for eight days.
One for Parley.
Rev. P. P. Womor. of Carrlngton,
North Dakota, son of I. R. P. Womer,
of Reynoldsvllle, delivered tho Memo
rial address for the G.A.R. Post at Car
rlngton. Tho Foster County Indepen
dent In speaking of the occasion said:
"The address of the day was delivered
by Rev. P. P. Womer, subject 'Our
Country's Heroes.' The address proved
to bo one of the most scholarly and
eloquent speeches ever heard in Car
rlngton, and it Is doubtful if a better
speech was ever made in South Dakota.
During the speech and at Its close the
audience heartily applauded Rev.
Womer's able effort."
A $30 Thief.
' A tramp who gave his name as
Brownie, but who had alias attached
two or three times, came into this sec
tion recently and really pretended that
he wanted to go to work, and hired out
with Dognan and McDonald, but his
hoalth failed him before the hour
arrived'.for hlra to commence working.
After lingering around the camp
several days he loft and went over into
the Paradise Settlement and hired out
in McMlnn's camp, Here, to, he became
111 before working time and laid around
several days. On Wednesday morning
of last week he loft this job to look for
another one. Before leaving, however,
ho rifled Alexander Dickey's pockets, re
leaving that gentleman of $50 of hard
earned monoy. Brownie, alias, alias, got
on the afternoon train at this place and
has gone to a more healthy section, per
haps to hire out with other log jobbers.
A Wagon Wheel Did It.
An accident, caused by a wagon wheel,
occurred Monday afternoon that will
cost some one a half hundred dollars.
Several small boys got a heavy wagon
wheel on tho hill near Ed. Sooley's and
started It down the steep grade towards
Fifth streot. With every revolution
the wheel increased In veltxdty and
when Fifth street was reached thn hovn'
plaything was spinning around rapidly.
James Cochran lives on tho lower sldo
of the street. Mrs. Cochran was sitting
near the window and hor little son was
standing looking out of the window.
She heard a noise and looked out as the
wheel was crossing the street. She
grablied her boy and jumped Just as the
Iron-banded demon crushed through the
window, smashing the sldo of tho house
below tho window sill and bound on Into
the house and broke somo dishes. Mrs.
Ox-hran did not get out of the way quite
quick enough and one of her ankles was
bruised some. Had sho not lienrd the
noise mado by the wheel striking a loir
on tho opixwito side of tho street, we
would, doubtless, have to chronicle tho
death of tho boy and perhaps tho moth
er also. The boys that gave tho Inani
mate wheel the start will not likely
engage In any such sport sixm again.
On Saturday, Juno 25th. there will be
an election held In tho Ixirough of Reyn
oldsvllle for tho purpose of ascertaining
wnetner the jxjoplo of this place are In
favor of Increasing the indebtedness of
tho borough, the monoy accr.ilng there
from to ixs used In building a now sehixil
house. The little vlllago of New Beth
lehem voted on a10,000schxil building.
We clip tho following from the Brook
vllle Ikmwnit In regard to the election.
"Recently the elm-tin's ! M..,n n..ii,
lehem voted on tho question of whether
nicy woiiiu nave a new school minding,
to cost over I0.IXH. Tho election was
held umler llm iiovIuIm,,q ,r H..I,....
ballot law. Representative Cribbs, who
lives in Now Bethlehem, writing of the
election says: 'We opened our polls at 1
P. M. and closed at 7 P. M. 129 votes
were cast, 1 18 for tho new building, 9
against it, and 2 deficient ballots. Our
people are much pleased with tho new
system of voting, and pronounce it a de
cided Improvement over tho old one.
In twenty minutes after the last ballot
was cast we had a full return of the re
sult. Tho election board was pleased
wiiii uiu system.
A number of Piinxsutawneyites formed
themselves into a ousting committee
one day last woek to wait uxm some
tramps who had been loitering in that
neighborhixxl for a few days. Tho
vagabonds must have got an Inkling of
tho intended visit for they "skipped"
for new shelter. If those worthless.
cumbersome Individuals received the
genuine homespun evidence of tholr
obnoxiousness to the thrifty and indus
trious citizens of Reynoldsvllle and
other places by a free ride upon a rail
or somo other persuasive treatment of
no gentle nature, It would be a splendid
dlslnfcctlve, and their class would not
be so well repsosentod. There Is one
obstaelo In the way of ridding this
country of the tramp, that Is the gen
erous hearted women of the land. As a
general thing they food every dirty ras
cal that comes along.
The Oil City and Tltusvlllo disaster has
touched the hearts and pocket books of
other towns. An effort will bo made to
raise monoy here for tho Bufferers, The
following committees have boon appoint
ed by tholr respective churches. Roy.
Father Brady expects to have a request
for help from the Catholic church, and,
hence, has not yet appointed a com
mittee. J. T. Guthrie, Roece Williams
and Daniel Strouso, from Presbyterian;
J. J. Sutter and F. M. Brown.the M. E.;
Goo. McKnlght and D. WTAtwator
from the Baptist; Fred Wless, of Rath
mol, and John Benson, of this place,
from the Lutheran.
On Sunday, June 19th, the new addi
tion to the Catholic church at Lindsey
will be solemnly dedicated. For the
benefit of those who are anxious to wit
ness the ceremonies, and others who
may be glad of an opportunity to visit
Punxsutawney on the above occasion,
the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh
R'y will run a special train, leaving
Reynoldsvlllo at 7.45 A.M.,Johnsonburg
at 6.15 A. M., passing Falls Creek at
8.15 A. M., arriving at Punxsutawney
at 9.30 A. M. Returning, leave Lindsey
at 3.30 p. m. and Punxsutawney at 3.40
P. M. Rates as follows: Reynoldsvllle,
$1.00; Falls Creek, 85 cents; DuBols,
Only a Rumor,
The rumor that Chas. L. Dunlap, of
Punxsutawney, and Alberta E. Cochran,
of Reynoldsvlllo, wore to bo marrlod in
the. M. E. Church Sunday morning at
the regular services hour, was freely
talked about on Saturday, especially by
the young people. Such a thing has
rarely, If ever, occurred in this town, and
would naturally arouse curiosity. But
tho report of Damo Rumor was the pro
duct of some fertile imaginary mind.
The ceremony took place at the home of
the bride's parents on Hill street at 10
o'clock Sunday morning.
Tell Pap to go to Robinson's to buy
the children's shoes, they wear the best.
M. C. Coleman has two driving colts
for salo. ,
HURRAH, FOR THri FOURTHI
If You Want a Oood Time, Come to
Two weeks from next Monday the
day we celebrate will come In on the
wheels of tlmo. The American Eagle,
now bolng tenderly cared for at this
place, will spread its broad wings all
ovor this vicinity and utter the loudest
and most far-reaching screams ever
heard In Roynoldsvtlle. The ixtople far
and near will lay aside their everday
duties and hasten to this place to enjoy
one of the best demonstrations thev
have ever witnessed. A complete pro
gram of amusements for the day has
not boon arranged yet, but sufficient to
assure you a glorious time If you will
come. Fantastic and Industrial parade,
fire works, ball games, Ac, Ac, for you
to enjoy while your patriotic spirit will
bo keyed up to a high pitch by tho
delightful music furnished by the brass
bands engaged for the day. Oh, yes , we
will have the crowd Those Who are
not tired enough when Old Sol hides
behind tho hills and desire to do so, can
trip the light fantastic In the Opera
House until the morning hours.
Tho Jr. O. V. A. M. lodgo will Invito
alxmt 35 lodges to bo here and partici
pate in tho parade and festivities of
Tho various committees apixilntcd to
see that the affair is a complete success
On advertising, Frank J. Black, Alox.
Rlston, R. E. McKee.
On amusements: W. J. Weaver, Geo.
McKnlght. Barney Martin, II. A. Stoke,
Dan. Hotrlck, Geo. Molllngor, Prof. W.
H. Stnmey, Clarence Flick.
On soliciting: H. S. Belnap, D. F.
Robinson, Dr. J. S. McCrelght, C. F.
Hoffman, J. D. Woodrlng. P. A. Hard
man. On music: A. M. Wixxlward, J. W.
Warnlck, II. A. Stoko.
Overelght hundred dollars has already
been subscribed to moot tho expense.
We will give more particulars next
week. This will bo tho only celebra
tion worthy of your attention. Don't
fail to bo here. Como early.
Vote of Thanks.
Perhaps it will seem rather late for
this, but as our first meeting since Me
morial Day was held Friday night, an
entire expression could not bo obtained
sixmor. To be sure a special meeting
could have been called for this purpose,
but the members of the Corps were so
exhausted after giving a free dinner to
over three hundred people, that It was
tix much to ask of them to meet so soon
again. Right hore Is a good place to
correct a circulating report that our
Corps is "alxmt dying." The truth of
the matter is, it never was In a more
flourishing condition in many respects,
Its membership now being larger than
ever before. But If It ever does die,
the truthful vordlct rendered will be
It came to its death by overwork."
VOTE OP THANKS.
On Friday evening, June 10, a unani
mous vote of thanks was given to tho
following by the John C. Consor W. R.
C, No. 75: To Prof. Jaquay, who, al
though a stranger in our midst, took
more Interest In our town that appro
priate music be rendered than did those
whose Interests are identified with the
place. To him is especial thanks given
and to all those who assisted hlra on the
29th and 30th of May In the beautiful
and appropriate melodies that were
so highly appreciated by all who heard.
To the bands who so generously re
sponded to the call for music To Con
sor & Green for loan of horses and driv
er, and Thos. Tapper for hack, to each
and all who assisted in commemorating
our Nation's funeral day, was this vote
of thanks given, and to all we are Indeed
Maroaret R. Gorsline,
Melissa D. Soott, Pres. W. R. C.
A Birthday Surprise Party.
On June 11th the many friends of Mrs.
Hannah Lyons mot at her home, about
one mile east of Prospect Hill, to cele
brate her sixty-eight birthday. It was
a surprise to her, as she knew nothing
of it until the carriages arrived with
the people who had with them well fill
ed baskets and presents. The day being
one of nature's brightest, the tables
were set in the orchard and loaded with
everything that was good. After the
guests gathered around the table, Mr.
John Mulhollan asked God's blessing for
all. When the edibles were disposed of
then followed the good wishes of the
friends and giving of the presents,
which consisted of money, dresses,
aprons, towels, dishes, and other things
too numerous to mention. Last, but not
loast, we wished Aunt Hannah Lyons
and her worthy husband, Uncle Clark,
many returns of their birthdays, and
hope we can meet with them many more
times in the future. There were seven
ty-slx friends, old and young, that
enjoyed the occasion.
Dr. ,S. Reynolds has sold his drug
store to Dr. W. B. Alexander and H. C
Delble. The new firm has taken charge
of the store. Dr. Reynolds will rent
room on Main street and continue his
large practice. He will be found at his
residence on Main street until he secures
a suitable room for an office.
Reynolds Bros, fine shoes, beats the
world at Robinson's.
Miss Eleanor E. Reed spent Sunday
R. B. Tayloa, of Butler, was in town
J. B. Norrls, of Curwensvlllo, was In
town this woek.
Thos. Jenkins, of Lindsey, Sundayed
Harry M. Schaney, of Tylor, Pa., was
In Reynoldsvllle last weok.
Mrs. E. Noff and mother were at
Brookvllle last Thursday.
Mrs. A. E. Hotherlngton, the mil
liner, was In DuBoJp last week.
C. F. Hoffman, tho jeweler, and wife
were In Brookvlllo ovor Sunday.
David C. Whitehill, the music man of
Brixikvllle, was In town Monday.
Miss Lulu E. Foust and Carrie H.
Fink wore In Brcxikvillo yesterday.
Geo. W. Wise, of Punxsutawney,
was In Reynoldsvllle one day last week.
John Van Vlelt, of Brookvlllo, ex-
dlstrlct attorney, was In Roynoldsvillo
Mrs. Ab. Weaver, of DuBols, was the
guest of Mrs. A. B. Wood several days
W. A. Ncalo, Jefferson County's Pro-
thonotary, was In Reynoldsvllle last
John C. Dlllman and Ed. C. Burns
were at Troutvlllo on Monday attending
a horse race.
Mrs. Geo. F. Cant visited tho home of
her parents at Punxsutawney during
the past week.
Mrs. D. W. Rlston was tn DuBols sev
eral days last woek visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Cribbs.
Andrew McCrelght, of Punxsutaw-
ney, was In Reynoldsvlllo tho latter
part of last week.
John Nihil, proprietor of the Daly
House, DuBols wag registered at Hotel
Esquire Neff was over In Henderson
township on Monday attending a law
suit at 'Squire Lott's.
Mrs. Smith McCrelght and daughter,
Boulah of Washington county, Pa., are
visiting friends at this place.
J. S. Hawley, of Rock Glen, N. Y.,
excursion agent, for the B., R. & P.,
was in Reynoldsvllle Saturday.
M. J. McEntoer, extra passenger con
ductor on the A. V. R'y run Jas.
Martin's train a few days la . week.
Mrs. L. M. Mlssimer returned from
Driftwood last week after a short visit
with hor sister, Mrs. Sam'l Daugherty.
Mrs. F. C. Miller, of Punxsutawney,
who had been visiting her mother at
this place for a week, returned home on
Fred Vanlkwoln, of Klttannlng, vis
ited town last week, and made tho
heart of one of our young ladles leap
J. C. Whttehlll.of Brookvllle, father
of Alex, and John Whitehill, music men
of Reynoldsvllle, was In town several
days this week.
W. F. Willson, of Robinson's shoe
store, is traveling over the railroads
this week to Klttannlng, Pittsburgh,
Beaver Falls and other places.
John Mclntyre and wife are visiting
at Klttannlng. He will return this
woek but his wlfo will remain several
months visiting her parents.
Henry Atwator, of Oil City, nine-year-
old son of D. W. At water, of this place,
arrived In town Saturday evening to
visit with his father several months.
D. W. Rlston and wife left Reynolds
vllle Tuesday morning for Chicago, III.,
where they will remain for six or seven
weeks, Mr. Rlston has a brother living
there whom he has not seen for almost
fifty-five years. There visits together
are far between.
Senator Peale, of Lock Haven, and
son, R. S. Peale, of Philadelphia, E. V.
d'Invllller, State Geollglst, of Phila
delphia, John Dunsmore, of Glen
Ritchie, M. I. McCrelght, and J. R.
Pentz, of DuBols, were in Reynoldsvllle
Thursday and Friday of last week on
The forty-sixth anniversary of tha
Clearfield Baptist Association will be
held in the Zlnn Baptist church at
Ansonvllle, Clearfield county, from June
16 to 19 Inclusive. Rev. E. T. Derr and
wlfo, W. F. Marshall and wife, and R.
L. Miles, of Reynoldsvllle, will attend
the meeting, leaving here to-day at 10
A. M. Mr. Marshall and wife will also
visit friends at Clearfield before return
The Clarion Assembly and Seminary
Summer school will be held on tha
Assembly groundat Strattonvllle, Pa.,
from July 13th to August 3rd, 1892. This
Assembly bids fair to be more interest
ing and profitable this year than on any
previous one. A long list of good talent
has been secured for the lecture course.
Slowly, but surely, Strattonvllle la com
ing to the front as a place for spending:
a few days in the summer season. If
you have never been to these Assembly
grounds, go next month.
Reynolds vtlle, Pa., June 7, '92.
The directors will meet July 7th, to
elect teachers for the Reynoldsvlllo.
schools. All applications, with recom
mendations, certificates, &c, -must bo ,
handed in in writing before that time.
J. C. Kino, Seo'y.