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1). Vhllllpps' wont to Piinxsutnwm'jr Ciitnr
tiny. Rev. I'nlhird ptviu-hrd In the ln M. K
rhnn'h on fiinclny Ht B:;m p. M.
P fMlK Hn-klr Wynnt Is tt'iii-lilnx n siimmc1"
siliool. Hlie linn nlmut 7A pupils In nt triifliwi-a,
O. W. Mohnoy, who hns lwn on tho sli-k
lint for bImiiiI two yours In not getting liny
Mr. K. Konnlc nnd fnmlly Hml Mr. X. Ilcnilly
nnd nlstrr, took In the exrnmlon to Kinrim
bridge on Sunday.
LewlH t.ydle, of Reynoldvlllo, linvlnn
rented A. W. Miilliolliind'ii house will III the
near future hen Hiilhmellte.
.Tnmrs Pnrnh, who lot n mlleli eow hy
being killed on the nillroiid receUed Sm,no
from the Hellef eluhof Knthmel.
JohIiua Bntenon, whrwhiis Wen intending
the Wllltnmsport business rollege during the
past winter hns returnifl home.
Our supervisor, Mr. McCliire him been nuik
Ing Home mui'h needed Improvements on our
road. Miiy thegmHl work continue.
The proceed" of the Mippcrnnd entertiiln
ment fur the benefit of the Tenipenince Divi
sion on MoiidHy ctenlnK, June nth, wo are
Informed, amounted to .ifl.
Herbert Dyke, who has been nttenillng
school at Berkeyvllle, Vennngo county, re
turned home on Hiiturduy. He will teach n
term of school at this place.
Quite a nuniler of our towtwmen have lieen
wearing pleasant smiles of late. John Hlple
and I'hll IVhtveeniihiwt's nirlvnls were girls
and George Henry's Is a boy.
J. F. Henry and sons are nui king necemary
preparation, to operate their mine as noon as
the R., L. & Y. ('. M. Co. get a tipple nnd rail
road built which In expccnvl at n not fur
The Hprague Mine Relief association which
has been In existence for about three years
has paid out for sick and funeral tienetlts
about f4,Mft,no and has at present about tV,00
In the treasury.
: With the exception of ono or two days
Hprague mine has worked steady for nlmut
three months. The new mine foreman,
Richard Taaf appears'to be a hustler and n
jovial fellow to work for.
Pahhath was children's day at the Wlne
hrenarlan church. The church was hand
somely decorated with flowers. As usual on
snch occasions a great many people old and
young were In attendance.
John Hitch, who was operated on at t In
West Penn hospital In Pittsburgh, for a dead
hone In the foot, Is home and Is Improving
slowly, with hopes of Ix'lng cured without
having the foot amputated.
On the eve of Mr. Wm. Lyle's departure to
Manitoba some of his best and most intimate
friends called at his residence and presented
lilm with a valuable watch chain and chiirm,
emblematic of the 1. O. O.K. to which order
Mr. Lyle has the honor of being a memlier.
Rnthmelciin knock any town In western
Pennsylvania (according to population) silly
with their list of secret societies. The K. of
L., K of P., Hons of Temperance, P. O. 8. of A.
A. P. A., L. A. P. A., Temperance Cadets, pre
dominate here, with prospects of a camp of
the Daughters of Liberty tielng organized
If the ell Irons of Rathmel don't know
already who Is the agent for The Htar they
will sooner or later and If they want a good,
reliable and newsy paper Just let them hand
him a ll.Wand have their names entered on
tho list for one years' subscription. Act
wlsely-to do that la to suhscrllie for Tng
Htab at once.
Republican candidates for Senators and
Assemblymen, MeHitrs.Mitchell and Mclv'night
and Smith and Long and McLaln for Congress,
have all paid Rathmel their respects. Wo
feel safe In saying that all of them will have
supporters on Saturday the lHth In East Wins
low and that the number will not bo as
unequally divided as some predicts.
Many of the readers of tho paixirs of
this county, perhaps, have noticed the
reflection marie on mo by Mr. A. B. Me
Lain by intimating that I was roponsi.
ble for theoloction of a Democratic Sen
ator four years ago.
To the people of Jefferson county such
statements cannot be made without
bringing to their minds the thought of
both injustice to me and condemnation
of their own wishes and instructions,
nd among the four thousand Republi
can voters of this county, who by thoir
ballots endorsed my conduct In follow
ing the Instructions of the Republican
party In this county by sacrificing my
self for its interests, there were none
more determined that I should remain
In the field than Mr. McLaln.
In justice to myself and Jefferson
county, I would just state that there
never was a more manly contest, or one
more free from corruption than that of
four years ago. It will be remembered
that I was willing, and did propose to Mr.
Hood for both to withdraw and for our
conferees to select any Jefferson county
man as the nominee of this district, as it
was conceded by all to be Jefferson
county's time to have thut office. This
proposition was refused by Mr. Hood,
who said "If we are to have a Jefferson
!Ounty Senator we would prefer you to
any other man." This county was de
termined to have its rights and would
have refused me the privilege to with
draw, had I asked it. I feel that Mr.
McLaln has made a mistake to mention
the contest of four years ago, and I do
ask the Republicans of this county U
Investigate and recall my course in that
campaign, and I think they will easily
find that my course at that time was en
tirely in hurmony with tho wishes of
the Republican voters of the county.
They will also find thut I am a man who
will follow the instructions of the Re
publican party of this county and will
remain trust worthy to those who place
confidence in me. Wm. C. Bond.
"Washburns Best," is the name of the
best flour on the market. Try a suck of
it and be oonvlueed. McKee & War
nick, The Grocers, Cor. 5th. and Muin
Wanted A reliable young mun who
wonts to leurn the practice of dontistry.
Dr. J. S. MoCrolght,
. Rcynoldsvillo, Pa.
STATE SENATORIAL QUESTION.
What the Indiana Papers Say of Capt,
James O. Mitchell.
A welcome visitor to our town lwit
week was I 'apt. James (. Mitcnoll, of
I"errjsvlllo, Jefferson county. He is an
extremely eonipnnlonnblo gentleman
nntl a thnrouirh business man. Although
ho was nut here "fence building" yet it
is known that tho Captain is a candi
date lor Mtnte Monato in this district.
Ho is eomtetont for the honorable
position and without (lispncngenimit
to tne aspirations oi cHndtdntes pre
sented fur the plitce by Imlinnn cottntv
we miiy freely say that if Mr. Mitchell
secures the nomination, this county
will give him an old fashioned popular
majority. He has kept himself from the
contentions that have invoked a degree
of hostility between tho working force
in tho several counties of tho district.
Indiana 1'myrrm, March Id, '1)2.
Captain .T.G. Mitchell, of Pertysvlllo,
Jefferson county, while returning from
a business trip to the east, stopped off
here a day or two. The Captain is a
candidate for Senator in Jefferson
county. Indiana county will urge the
selection of the candidate who secures
tho nomination in this county on the
Dth of April: but should Captain Mitchell
secure the endorsement of his own
county and the district nomination, ho
will doubtless get the solid Republican
vote of this county. Ho has been for
tunate in keeping out of the Senatorial
complications and would not be handi
capped, besides he is a clever fellow
and would muko an efficient Senator.
Indiana Minrnqrr, March lfl, '112.
"Jim" Mitchell, of Perrysville, a
prominent merchant and a candidate
for tho Republican nomination for
Sonator in Jefierson county, and a whole
souled, genial gentleman besides, was
here on Saturday and remained over
Sunday. If we must have a Republican
Senator give us Mitchell, and plenty of
of htm tx). Indiana Democrat, March
The Convention of tho miners' and
farmers' organizations which was held
in Reynoldsvlllo on tho 4th of March,
18!)2,unanimously endorsed Mr.Mitchell.
Doesn't I.Ike rollecmea.
Theie is a horse in this town which
has a double mission in life. Ono part
of it is to get to fires as rapidly as possi
ble with a ton or two or apparatus be
hind it; the other is to make as ninny
vacancies as possible in the police force.
The animal is a valuable one, well
trained nnd good to look at. For the
firemen it has a professional regard, to
ward citizens in general it litis tho
liauKhtiness which generally goes forth
with a place in the public, service, but
toward policemen it displays the fiercest
of antipathies. Tho horse belongs to
one of the companies stationed fur down
town, and the engine house is rather
cramped. People having occasion to
enter the place have to pass closo to the
animal's stall, and as a result the mem
ber of tho police force who has business
in the house is likely to have a lively
time of it. To be safe he has to climb
around back of a tender and then tiinko
his way along with the caution needed
to keep him out of range of the horse's
If he comes near the animal, it is a
bite or a kick, according to the end
which is approached. The firemen who
are thoroughly acquainted with tho pe
culiarities of the steed have a very rea
sonable explanation of its aversion to
brass buttons. It is that at some time a
policeman clubbed it, at a time when
the excitement of fire made him for
get that perhaps a horse may have a
longer memory than a taxpayer and
more time to devote to carrying out
schemes of revenge. Ever since that
day no policeman has been able to a,
preach the horse without having good
reason to repent his temerity. New
Keply raid Tostal Cards.
Reply paid postal cards have been in
use in Austria for many years, and would
be economical and convenient in domes
tic as well as in foreign correspondence.
They are composed of two unseparated
postal cards, folded in the form of a sin
gle card, and need no other fastening.
A correspondent can insure a correct
ly addressed and probably prompt an
swer by writing his full address on the
reply fold of the card before mailing it;
the card, on its first journey, being fold
ed so as to cover the reply address. The
receiver has simply to write his answer
on the reply card, tear it off the inquiry
card and remail it.
If one does not care to preserve the in
quiry or to write a long answer, the
cards need not be separated. In that
case a reply perfectly Intelligible, un
equivocal and binding for all business
purposes may be written in one or two
words in answer to a direct question.
The word "yes" or "no" or "forty"
or "41 Temple Place" or "Boston" or
"Smith & Jones" or "8 per cent." or any
other short replies, signed with initials
or full name, without any heading of
place or data, would, in connection with
the attached Inquiry card, convey as full
and definite an answer, and show as
plainly when, where and by whom it
was written, as an answer on an ordi
nary card or letter that contain besides
place, date and address a summary of
the inquiry to which it is a reply.
Prevention of the might of Birds.
To urevent birds from flirlnir
j a i "
the barbarous and iniuriona svatam
sometimes practiced of cutting thoir
wings, wui do louml sufficient V tio
together with a thread three or four of
the largest feathers of one wing. This
destroys tho balance, the wings do not
act symmetrically in the air, and flight
is rendered imnossible. Fowls" nn,mm
etc., may be kept within bounds in thi
uiupie lasnion. ijonuon xtt-liiu.
Cuai ot Keeping lionet lu London.
It has been estimated thut on nun
horses are einnlnvarl In rim n,,t,.iiit,,,.
oarrying trade in the city of London;
tarn uieir vame is s.i.sao.uoo, and the
cost of food alone is i'HOO.IkWV A ml
prevails for foraging the horse on three
oence an inch nor week that U l.n.
costs as many shilliugs a week a it
i wiius nanus lugu. dew xork Time.
Comes a loror to his Ins.
Ringing to her smiling!
"Then art mine till time shall pass"
All her day beguiling.
Laughing low replies the lass.
While he lingers, ringing:
"Thine am I while time rioih pass
Time I swift s-winging."
Eagerly he piles the lass
With his warmest wooing;
Swift as f ieech the moments pass
Comes his swirt undoing.
Never lover claims his lass
Rut she leaves him yearning!
Never, until time shall pass.
Will he grow ilUccrnlng.
-New York Times.
Hats In New Zealand.
The original discoverer of New Zen
land found but three species of mam
mals, two bats and a very small rat
called klore by tho natives. The kiore
is now almost extinct at times, but oc
casionally appears in extraordinary nutii
ber, coming, nobody know whence,
and going, no one knows whither, tu
1886 the west coast (no other portion) of
the island was overrun by countless
millions of them, each pressing forward
as rapidly as possible, seeming to have
but one idea in view to get away from
the place with all speed. They were
never seen to eat and moved at a steady
gait night and day.
Thousands and thousands of them per
ished from hunger and the attack of a
larger imported rat. For eleven week
the coast for 180 miles literally swarmed
with kiores, but at last they suddenly
disappeared. That wa six year ago.
bnt the scientists have not yet de
cided where they came from or where
they went "New Zealand After Fifty
11NAXC1AI. STATEMENT OK WINOLOW
T TOWNSHIP H('1I(KI. DISTRICT, OK
JEKEKKKON COI!.TY. PA., KOlt VEAK
KNDINU Jl-NE 1st, Mfj.
W. T. Catiikiis, I)n.
State aniiropHiitlon (I 217 04
County Treasurer IK4 11
I'rom tines ! ni
Kromothcrtownship n V7
Collector 4 2in :W
(ilass Vt. i:i
Other sources J mi
f, IIVJ lit
Hue W. T. Cut hers t ss7 Itt
W. T. Cathkhs.Ch.
Credit by vouchers (a .'171 72
Percentage lis 27
Interest p ()
Secretary 22 II
H Ml) to
On dog fund , 142 :)
Credit by vouchers. . 77 ot
rcr cent l M th n4
To balance ic 711
Audited on the the Nth of June, 1SH2.
W , I. Iln, 1, is, 1
Tnos. HrTciiiHim, ! Aiidltorit,
W K.Oahvin, )
for $tatr Stcnntov.
jJk)K state senate:
J. G. MITCHELL
OP KERRY TOWNSHIP,
Hiili.lect to the action of the Republicans of
jenerson couiuy 111 ine primary election,
June is, law.
Jj'OR STATE SENATOR,
w. .1. Mcknight,
OP 1IKOOKV1LLE, PA.,
Horn, reared and lived In tho county. A tax-
r layer, aciiialnted and ludentlHed with your
nlcrests. Herved In tho Senate from isso
until 1KS4. A Candidate for re-nomliiatioii
now as Senator, and for a second term at 1I10
Rclllltllicilll primaries of JetTerson count v. Ph..
June IN, Ikk. A Republican campaigner.
worker and voter forthlrty-Hvo years.
LahorsunnortNthe State. TheStateshould
firotect labor. The Iniportat Ion of contract
alsir stopticd. Jefferson county to lie given
two mcnilx'rs In the Legislature. Hchool
hooks 10 1m furnished free by the Ht ate to nil
thescliisils. The Insane te lie classified and
thoexponse of llicirsupport paid by the State.
Free schools In fact School tax aisilislnwl.
schools to be maintained anil siiptsirted hy
the State. Honesty and economy with the
people's money. Justice to the soldier. Ills
w idow and his orphan.
inns is your ptattorm veto tor mo Juno
JjOR 8TATE SENATE:
Dk. Wm. F. BEYER,
OP PUNXSCTAWNEY, PA.
Hiih.loct to the action of the Republicans of
Jefferson county at the primary election,
June is, isir.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
OP PUNXSUTAWNEY BOROUGH,
Piihjcct to action of the Republicans of JetT
erson county at the primary election, June
JOHN W. PHILLIPPI,
OP W1NBLOW TOWNSHIP.
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
voters of Jefferson county lit tho ensuing
JAMES E. LONG,
OP BHOOKVILLE BOROUUH,
4ublect to the action of the Republicans of
lellerson county ut the primary election,
Til Kit It IH A Mi; DM' IN IS
('oniiMHtd of Ihii oKM'htlnl virtue of imimit'H
rtMitt-itttt, rontrt, tmi'k-i, IhtIm itutt iMMMi-Khlhtf
llllll Vt'lollH (MHIiliVO IHIWtTH OVt'l II 1 1 lliKt'HM'M
nf tho Htoiniu'li, llvur, Mmhyn, IhiwIh and
Ii1mh1. TIiIh mi'dli'lnu.kuowii um Hr.liurKomi'H
Ny mIc in Ki'iinviilor, lmn itmvtMl mi mwvi'HHful
lu (MJiinjx ilyHttilH, hllllnuMit'Hri, roiiHtlpu
tion, IimkIuWih, ImU IiIimhI, tlml thn Din-tor
now tiiuriiutii(H It. Tlit' 1 j why Htilfrtr when
you mil um! a ivinedy t hut liu i-ui nl ho many
other. It hiiH alrto proven wonderfully ue
tM'rthfull in imhIiik female dUeaM. $1 a hol
l!t, or tt for ttj.MOat vour dnnruiNtN, oruddrenni
41 OhloMi-eet, Allegheny Oty, I'u
I. H. The loeioi- Inu heelalUl In cuitwtf
taixH woniiri, etmeerM and all chronic dlt)uti.
Write ford re ul ur umt tetlmonhiU.
Hold by li, Aiux. btoUu, ituyijoldHVllIu, Tit.
YOU CAN READ THIS
WITH A FEELING THAT EVERY LINE IS
The entire community by tliis time is thoroughly
acquainted that we moved In our new store room
in the NOLAN JtLOCK, better known as tho OOH
DON BLOCK. Kindly bear in mind what we
announced in our last circular about cultivating
your custom. There 5r nothing that we won't do
to make yon our customer. We recognize the
necessity of gaining the confidence and good will
of the masses, and it is to our interest to make
every effort to please them and deal STRICTLY
ON THE SQUARE WITH THEM.
Have AlwAys endeavored to do this and have
never failed. Nothing pleases us better than to
see the son of toil visit our establishment to inspect
our magnificent stock of tailor made garments.
We dont' say we will save you sixty per cent, as a
great many dealers who advertise larger than we
do but there is one thing certain and that is we
will give you full value for YOUK HARD
EARNED MONEY, and remember that it is nec
essary to beware of advertisers that PROMISE
EVERYTHING and FULFILL NOTHIN0;nothing
more than traps to catch hold of you, IT'S ALL
GLITTER and NO . SUBSTANOK.
All we ask of the public is to be good enough
to give us a call when in need of FIRST CLASS
TAILOR MADE CLOTHING and GENT S FUR
NISHING GOODS and the Prices we will make
you will certainly add you to our already large
list of custom. Again asking you to be kind
enough to remember us and our new store room in
the Nolan block We remain sincerely,
The Peoples Servants,
mainStrkkt BOLGER BROS.
C. F. Hoffman,
Specialist in lenses for the
eyes. Examination free.
jP. GOODER : : : :
The Leading Jeweler of Reynoldsville
Wishes to announce to the readers of this
paper that ho carries a full and
complete line of-
Watches - and - Jewelry.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
ENGRAVING ON ALL GOODS HOLD FRKK OV CHARGE.
GIVK MK A
Satisfaction G uarantceil.
CALL HHKORK GOING ELSEWHERE.
Opposite Stoko's Drug Store.
BUY WHERE YOU CAN
AND ALL Km ot
Everything In the line of
Fresh Groceries, FeeoV
(iootl tlrHvereil free nn
place in town.
Call on and get prke.
J j W. C. Scliultz & Son.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
AT LOWEST PRICES.
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
HATS AND MEN'S