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nil with fnlrnew. mill will bo imperially friend
ly tnwnrU the liilxirlnir rln.
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Advert I lii rnte mndo known on nppllcn
tlon nt the office In ArnolflV lllock.
I.eniility rnmmnnlrntliin nnil chnnmi of
nil vert lement nhoulri renrh this oftli'n by
Alilre nil rommnnlc-ntlonn to P. A. fltr-pn.
enon, KevnnliNvllle, I'n.
Kntereif nt tlir- pmtnnVe fit HeynoliNvllle,
Pa.. n ernnil i-lnn mull mutter.
). A. nTKPIIKNNON, Killlnr mill Pnh.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2K, ISM.
The Purloin Courier rllrl not romn to
Rfyrm1ilnvlllo yfntortlny fnrsnmoivnsnn.
Tho yoiinir jtmt Htnrtin"; out tn tho
vo,vrk of llf nhmiltl know tint way
they "monn"' to go. Hnvo a imt'ixwo
A mnn ilown lit Hoynohlsvlllo who
wnntod a iloiwl wire thine:, bought n now
clothiwllno tho other tlay and tried to
hnnjr himself. After tho ropo broko
four times ho (rnve tip the job, beemwo,
as he snitl, hnnpln wns not In his line.
7ii IWn Courier.
If thoro is any ono Individual who Is
fully awitro of tho fuet that it Is hard to
please some folks.lt Is the country editor.
Dissntisfaetion Is not a new thlnjr born
In the nineteenth century. (Jod oneo
made a wholo world for ono man. and
still tho man was not satisfied.
The hill authorizing boroughs In
Pennsylvania to apoint regular hoards
of health passed both houses of the
legislature and was signed by the
governor. Tho bill gives the burgess
the power to niixilnt five monitors, one
for one year, ono for two years, one for
tlmt; years, one for four years, and one
for five years and one every year there
after. One member of the Imiml must
be a physician.
The happiest households are those in
which the small, sweet courtesies that
make life pleasant, are most faithfully
observed. Avoid tho first temptation to
remit these because "wo understand
one another."' Wives and sistoi-s may
not complain aloud when they are left
to help themselves to daily bread from
crockery platters, while other fellows'
sisters and wives are served on bended
knon from garnished proeelnin. But
they hco and feel, and think!
Tho name William has a curious
history. It was not at first given to
children, and even a man had to earn
it. When tho ancient Germans fought
with tho Romans, tho Germans had
only light weapons. Tho Romans were
well-armed, protected by armor, too,
and some of them wore a gilded hamlet
to shield tho head. Whenever a Ger
man succeeded in killing a well-armed
Roman who woro ono of thoso gilded
hemletotho homlot was put uimn his
head, and he was ever afterward known
as Goldhelm, or as wo would say Gulden
Helmet. With tho French this was
called Guilheaumo, shortened to Guil
lamo; and with Latin speaking nations
Gulielmus. Finally tho French Guilla
me became Wullamo; tho German Gil
helm, and tho English William.
Rev. J. C. McDonald, tho popular
Methodist minister, who formerly
sorved the First M. E. church of
Ridgwny, but is now located at Tunxsu
tawnoy, has mado a discovery recently
that is interesting. Ho has noticed
that ministerial job work Is not bo
good in old Jefferson as in lit
tle Elk. He married a couple in Elk
county last week, and in sending us tho
marriage notice for publication re
marks. "I see by the certificate given
by the court at Ridgway that it is No.
1337, while the day following I married
a couplo with a lioonse from the court
at Brookville which was only No. 1100.
What is the matter ? Is Elk county a
more marriageable county than old
Jefferson? Had little Elk not hotter
hang out a sign, so all the young ladies
may know where to find a sure thing ?
Elk, with only 23,000 Inhabitants, has
over 1300 marriagos since the now law
and Jefferson, with over 40,000 inhab
itants, only 1100?" Ridgway Advocate.
One of the conspicuous things at the
Republican convention at Brookville
last week was the absence of some of
the fellows who promised a numbor of
votes they controlled, if given a certain
amount of money to use for that pur
pose. The votes were not forthcoming
and no doubt the men remainod at home
to make up a big lie to smooth matters
with the defeated, candidates the first
time thoy meet. The man who sells
the votes he controls, in his mind, to
three or four candidates who are run
ning for the same office, will generally
be found at the polls with a handful of
tickets working real hard, but a close
observer will discover he is really not
working for any of the candidates
promised, but lu some cases for the fol
low who did not hire him. This thing
of candidates hiring men to buy, votes
with beer, whiskey, eigare, Sto., should
be stabbed to to the heart that it may
die insUnter, and about the only way
for this to be done is within the' power
, of the oundidutes to strike the futul
blow, and that u by entering into a
mutual agreement during a campaign
not to spend money for such purpeses.
A Delightful Trip to Reading and Atlan
Tho twenty-first annual excursion of
tho Pennsylvania Editorial Association
waa enjoyed last week by tho members
and their ladles. Tho trip this year
was to Reading and Atlantic City. Tho
party met at the Neverslnk Mountain
House, on the Neverslnk mountain, ono
of tho lofty jwaks that towers twelvo
hundred feet nlxivo the level of the sen.
Tho ascent Is mndo to the top of tho
mountain, whero tho hotel is located,
by an electric railway. While tho
people down in Heading were sweltering
under Sol's hot rrt.VH, tho editorial party
were snltllng fresh air, while a delight
ful bii.'ezo wiped tho moisture from
baldheads and toyed with tho ladles
hangs. Tho Neverslnk N a delightful
summer resort. H cost l2S,(m to
build the hotel and fcil.000 to furnish it.
Tuesday evening a concert was given at
tho Neverslnk by Reading's local talent.
Tho program, which had liven carefully
prepared, was well ivndered. Wednes
day morning the party descended tho
Neverslnk mountain In electric cars and
passed through a xirtlon of tho
city to Mount 1'enn and there tho
party got into the ien cars of tho
Mt. l'enn Gravity railroad and woro
hauled to the summit by nil engine.
From this mountain, eleven hundred
fuet ubovo seu level, tho sight is simply
grand. Reading, tho city of brick
houses, lies at the base of the mountain
and a beautiful stretch of country greets
tho eye. Tho descent from this Mt. was
mado on the gravity road. At Miller's
Park a dinner, that would please tho
most fastidious cpiciuvan, was served
by tho Reading Press flub. After
dinner trips to various parts of the city
were made. Thursday morning n
special train of seven elegant coaches
on tho Philadelphia & Resiling R. R.
inveyed the editorial party and mem
bers of the Reading Hoard of Trade and
Press Club and their ladies to Philadel
phiu where n stop of one hour was tiiiulo
and then the party boarded the steamer
"Atlantic City" and crossed the Dela
ware, tin tho ISew Jersey banks of
tho Delawaro another special train of
seven conches on the Philadelphia &
Reading railroad was waiting for tho
excursionist and soon the train was
speeding toward Atlantic City. The
un from Camden to Atlantic City, a
dlstnnoo of fifty-six miles, was mado in
04 minutes. At Atlantic a banquet was
given at tho Mansion House, after
which tho monitors of tho party enjoyed
fivo or six hours strolling along tho
beach and bathing in the old ocean.
Jos. 8. Morrow and yo editor were Ixilh
well salted, not only outside but also
Inside. Tho party left tho salt breezo
of the Atlantic at six o'clock in the
evening for Reading, returning tho sumo
route they had gono.
R. II. Thomas, tho treasurer and sec
retary of tho association, wus as pleas
ant and accommodating as ever.
Much credit is duo to Cyrus T. Fox,
secretary of tho Board of Trado of
Reading, also manager Reading News
Bureau, for his untiring efforts to make
tho visit to reading a success; tho asso
ciation also fully appreciated tho kind
efforts of all tho monitors of tho Board
of Trado and Press Club and Mayor
Hhunaman to givo tho party a heurty
welcome. Following 8ro tho resolutions
passed nt a business meeting of tho Edi
torial association held at tho Novorsink
hotel Wednesday evening:
Tho Kilitnrliil fihoocliillon of I'ennHvlviinln.
on lis 21st minimi oulinir. desires to nut on
reeonl lis sense of ohllmttion to tlm Mending
iciiiironn company una lo ino I'eiitisyiviuiia
Knllmnd I'oiiipitny, for the treiiermi ronlln
iiiinee of tlm favors that have ix-en for ho
ninny years extended 10 our Hsrss'latlon,
tnaklim thoso agreeable it ml liealtlifiilnutiiiKH
IMisslhle for our members.
tin the iH-raslon of the most Interesting
visit 1o Heading, wo have Ix'en mot In n most
fraternal spirit hy tho Press eluh and have
hoen most generously ontertalnod liy them
and hy the txiurd of trade of that tlirlvinx
and entororislnu eltv. A snoelal ronitnlttcn
of iaillos oxorled llsolf to make pleasant the
slay of our ladies and. on Wednesday evening,
n most Btrrooahlo entertainment wis jrlven by
other lad Ioh and vent lemon under tho aiisnleos
oi ino rrcsHeiui), in ino parioroi ino iever-
hiiik Mountain notoi, wneru we round nnu
we are under further ohlldatlons to Uio
Koanltiff Traction company, the Head nir A
Soutli-weslorn Katlroad company, tho Novor
sink Mountain Katlroad company and Mount
l'enn liravuy Kauroan company Tor Hunstah
tlallv nliu'Unr their respective mads freely at
our service durlnK our stay In Hoadlnx.
nicy win please ono and ail accept, our
Notice to Horsemen.
An act to prevent deception and fraud
by ownors or agents who may have con
trol of any stallion kept for sorvioe by I
proclaiming or publishing fraudulent or
false pedigree or records, and to protect
such ownom or agents in tho collection
of foes for services of such stallions, I
passed at the reoent session of the Penn
sylvania Legislature and approved by
the Governor, provides that every own
or or agent who may have tho custody
or control of any stallion who shall
charge a foe for tho services of such
stallion, shall, before advertising or of
fering such services to the publlo for
any foe, reward, or comixmsatlon, file
with Clerk of the Court of Quarter Ses
sions of the County in which such own
er or owners, agent or agents resldo, or
in which such stallion shall bo kept for
sorvioe, a written statement, giving the
name, ago, podlgreo.reoord, description,
terms, and -conditions uiion which such
stulllon will serve, and any owner or
agont who shall neglect or refuse to file
such statement, shall forfeit for the ser
vices of such stallion.
The Clerk of Quarter Sessions Court
of Jefferson County has received the
nooossury hooks and blanks to carry out
the provisions of the new . law, and is
prepared to Issue the certificate of li
cense therein provided for, the fee for
such license or certificate being $1.00.
Mrs. Phillip Oearhelm, who has been
sick for tho past threo weeks, Is not
improving very much.
About 40 members of the K. of P.
lodge at this place attended the reunion
in Dullols on Thursday.
Dr. E. Q. McIIenry has so far recov
ered that ho Is ablo to lie around and
make calls on nearby patients.
Geo. Dyko, afflicted with spinal affec
tion, returned homo on Friday from tho
Adrian hospital, whero ho has been
under medical treatment.
The Republicans are Well pleased
with tho selections made at their pri
maries for county office and feel confi
dent that they have placed winners In
tho field. Democrats ditto.
The steel wire feneo which was pur
chased some two years ago to enclose
tho Prosioct cemetery Is ts-Ing put up
by Smith .V Miles. Tho fence Is of
good, sultstuntlnl material and will 1st a
credit to the ones that conceived tho
Idea of having the grounds properly
Children's Day of tho Union Sabbath
school nt tho M. E. church on Sunday
evening was tho grandest entertain
ment ever given in our town. Tho
program was complete and was curried
out to tho letter, each ono performing
their part in. a manner which was
creditable not only to tho children but
to their Instructors In the Sabbath
Pallor, languldness and tho appear-
aneo of ill health being no longer fash
ionable among Indies, Ayer's Sarsnpa'
rillu Is more largely resorted to ns t
tonic-nlteratlve, nervine, stomachic,
and builder up of tho system generaljy
(iood house for
Ilenrv A. Reed.
rent. Inquire of
For u nice fitting pair of shoos go to
One car 1-lneh Michigan pine shin
gles. one car lH-inch cypress shingles,
ono ear 1-lneh cedar sli ingles.
When In need of shoes call and
what Robinson has to show you.
July 11th and 2"th, August Hth and
2-nd are tho dates selected for this
series of personally-conducted tours to
tho North. Wutkins Glen, Niagara
Falls, Thousand Islands, Montreal, Ait
Sable Chasm, Lakes Chnniplain and
George and Saratoga am among the
many attractive places to lie visited.
The rate of f'M.m applies from New-
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
lngton, Harrlshurg and intermediate
stations, and correspondingly low rotes
from other points. This rate includes
every item of necessary expense during
tho entire time of fourteen days spent
on tho trips, and Is remarkably low con
sidering the large territory covered and
tho luxurious entertainment afforded at
the different places.
For detailed Information address Geo.
W. Boyd, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, or apply to nearest Passenger
or Ticket Agent, Pennsylvania Roll
Tho people of Reynoldsvllle and vicin
ity know when they have a good thing;
that accounts for tho great increase in
business at Reed's shoo store. Honry
Is a worker and knows how to buy and
soil good footwear.
Shoes for stylo, shoes for wear, shoes
for comfort at Reed's shtio store.
If you don't believe that tho wind
bloweth whero It listeth, but it always
lists to blow toward a man who Is
emptying ashes into a barrel, try It.
Nice new lumiis, with Pittsburg burn
ers, at Schultze s.
Ladles' serge congress Ooc. at Robin
Office on West Main street, opposite
Commercial Uotol, Ucynoldsv
jyi. B. E. HOOVER,
Resident dentist. In hiilldlnir near Metho
dist church, opiHMtte Arnold IiIik'V. Uentle
nosit tn oiorutlii)r.
FRANK J. BLACK, Proprietor.
The leading hotel of the town. Headquar
ter for cunimetviul men. Steam houl, froo
bus, Imth rooms and cIomoU on every floor,
sample roomit, billiard room, telephone cou
GliEEXd- COXSEIi, Vmprkton.
First class 111 every particular. Lex's tod In
the very centre of the buslneisspart uf town.
Free 'bus to and from trains and commodious
kample room for commercial travelers.
JJUFFIXOTUX ( LONG, Prop's.
. Omnibus to and from all trains. European
restaurant. House heated and Uiihtou by
gas. Hot and cold water. AVosturn Union
Telegraph olllee in building. The hotel Is
fitted with all the modem convenience.
1'JIIL V. CAItlilEli, Proprietor,
Sample room on the ground floor. House
healed by uatural gas. Omntbua to and front
Impure blood is tho cause of Innumer
able maladies. Hence, one of the great
est benefactions to humanity was the
discovery of Ayer's Snrsapnrllln, which,
more than any other modlclno, has
saved America from Itecomlng a nation
Do You Need Shoes t
Wo have the latest styles at popular
Rr'.KD's Shop, Stohk.
A suloon keeper In Clnrksvlllo.Tenn.,
began business by publishing the fol
lowing note in tho local pators of his
town: "Having oionod a commodious
shop for tho sale of liquid firo, I on
brnco this opportunity to inform nil I
have commenced to make drunkards,
paupers and beggars for tho so)r
element to support. I shall deal lu
spirits which will excite men to deeds
or riots, robbery and blood. For a
small sum I will prepare victims for
asylums, poor-houses, prisons and gal
lows. I will sometimes oven corrupt
ministers of religion, defile the purity
of tho churches and cause temporal,
spiritual and eternal death. In reply
to why I hnvo the audacity to bring
such accumulated misery, my honest
reply Is, "Money." I have purchased
tho right to demolish character, de
stroy health, shorten lives and ruin
souls. If I don't do It somelstdy else
will. I pledgo myself to do all I horeln
promise. Thoso who wish any of theso
evils brought npop themselves or their
dearest friends nro requested to moot
mo nt my bar."
J)! SHOLUTH )N NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that, the partner
shin heretofore existing between W. H. Ilel
and I.. H. Hell, riot liters, nt Kevnoldsvllle and
lltillols, doing business under the firm iinnm
of llell Itros.. was, on Ilic l,ih day of May,
otssoiveu oy mutual eons,. m. n. 11,
belt Hill continue the clothing business at
Keynolilsvllle anil will celled all hills dun
Hint store and will pav all debts contracted
for It. anil I.. S. Ki ll will collect all hills duo
the Ihillolsstoro and will pay all ileitis con
tracted for It.
W. II. IIKI.I..
I.. S. IlKl.l..
Iteynolilsvllle, Pit., Juno It. I1i:i.
0 0 8prgo, Prti. W B Almndir, Ctthitr
F A Alennder, An t Ctshltr.
Seeley, Alexander & Co.,
Organized In ls.
Taiil up Capital 800,000.
(loo. II.SiiiMu'ue, Thus. MoCrolght
Seeley, K. II. Heeley,
W. II. Alexander.
Iio n general banking business. Accounts
solicited. Private pallets for our customers
tiled away and kept lu
7f-; VHOOF VAULT.
IcINANl'IAI. STATEMENT OF WINHI.OW
Tiiw.vsinr roa tiik fiscal ykaii kniumi
ji'Nt m il, IMi:i. ,
Titr.Asi'itKn's Accocnt Money Uki kivkii.
ltec'd from State appropriation don no
r rom eoi., uiciuiiing taxes or an Kinus 4 ?m 14
Co.treas.uhseiilcil land,tlncrt,&c. eCl 44
Total receipts 17 HI'S US
TltKASCHKU'S ACC'T Ml INKY I'AlllOI'T.
l or building houses, If any... ! :4 40
teacners' wages ft it;t
rent and repairs Till 00
fuel and oonl Itnzcnclos.. . 11X1 II
Foes of coil's, $!WI 47 treas.
SHU 24 4.HI 71
Halary of see,, exM'nses, sta
tionery, postage, &c 4s (l
For printing and auditor's
roes n in
deht and Int. paid, If any S4s III
other expenses 2IH 11
Total money paid out, elu l.'7 411
ItKsocncKS anii Liabilities.
Am't due District, If any i ftno (HI
" Irons, f anv 2 lis 4S
Total debt of lllstrlcl, If any i Hit 1
W. J. Hti.i.ts, I ,,..-
Tlio's Ht.TCIIIStIN, f A,"llt,,rM
The alstvo account has Ih'ch dulv nuillleil
by the auditors of this ills) rlel, mid cortllled
by them to lie correct.
II. HTKVKNSiwt, President.
.1. B. Sykks. Secretary.
THe First National Bank ot
'. mtrlioll, ProsldoiitJ
Heott .TOcClelUnd, Vice Prcs.
John II. Kauellpr, f 'ashler.
.Mitchell, Pcott McClelland, J. P. King,
jiMonii strnuss, incnii itoiMiorsoti.
. O. V. Kuller, J. if. Kaucber.
Does a general banking huslnessnd solicits
the accounts of merchants, professional men,
farmers, mechanics, minors, lumbermen and
others, promising the most careful attention
to the nusiness or all persons.
Temimrsry quarters In Centennial Hall
llulldlnv, opposite Hotel Uelnuu,
TUEASURY DEP'T OFFICE OK
COMPT HOLLER OF THE CURRENCY
WASHINGTON, May 27, 'U3,
Whereas, by satisfactory evldonoe
uresonted to tho undersigned, it has
been mado to appear that "The First
National Hunk oi Koynoldsvllle, In the
Borough of Roynoldsvillo, in tho County
of Jetforson, and Stato of Pennsylva
nia nas compiled wan all tne provisions
ot tho Statutes of tho United States, re
quired to bo complied with before an
association shall be authorized to com
mence the business of banking.
Now therefore I, James II. Eckels.
Comptroller of the Currenoy, do hereby
cortify that "Tho First National
Bank of Roynoldsvillo," in the Borough
of Roynoldsvillo, in the County of Jef
ferson and btute 01 Pennsylvania is au
thorizod to commence the business of
banking as provided in Section Fifty'
one hundred and sixty-nine of the Re
vised statutes of the United States.
In testimony whereof, witness my
haud and seal of office this 27th day ot
James R. Eckels,
No. 4008. Compt'r of the Currency
C. P. liOPPMftN,
Lenses for the Eyes.
SCIENTIFIC EXAMINATION FREE.
Do not fail to come and see
them. They are Beauties.
BING & CO.,
We Ugt pi wonli
Kee) your eye on our advertisement. Of
courHH you are provoked. You have psiid much
more for your Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods at other lilaoen than you would pay at
our store and the quality not any better.
Provoke . - Anybody.
You have seen our windows and you have
also heard of our low prices; does it not seem
impossible that we can give you the same arti
cle amost twice as cheap. Some one is con
tinually coming in and exclaiming, "Why we
can do better at this store than at any other
place in town!" Then they want to know the
reason for this. That is very easy. We sim
ply point them to our long established motto
which reads like this:
Originators of the
SMALL PROFIT SYSTEM.
That settles it. Then that is not all they al
ways come and bring a friend with them.
Our line of
Cannot be excelled anywhere, and our styles
are always the very latest,- not saying a word
about the price which you know is not to be
Clothing for the Young and Old, 'Rich and
Poor, in all styles and colors. Our suits range
in price anywhere from $ 5. 00 up. Be sure and
see us as we are glad to talk to you all and
show our goods.
OrlQlnators ot the Small Pro.lt System.