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THF FOREST REPUBLICAN.
4. C. WINK, Editor 4 Proprietor. Undkr the American administration 01 j orio rtico me ohl Spanish taxos are loing gradually abolished. Theconsump. tion tax. laudinir and transnortation ("neerniiijr Enjoyment. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 190ft Kcpiiblloaii Ticket. STATE. Auditor General V.. B. DARDEN- lih.KU, Wayno Countv. )njressmen-at-Large OALUSH A A. (tKOW, ot Susquhanna Countv, KOB KKT 11. FOERDEKEH, of Philadelphia. COINTY. Assembly-.. M. DOUTT, Tionosta Iiorough. Associate Jiithjc-W, II. II. DOTTF.K- t!ti Kinsley iwp. Jhstriet Attorney SAMUEL P. IK I, Tione.sta Borough. The per capita circulation is now jai.5S. I his is another Democratic prediction destroyer. " A men's first duty in life is to be hap py, observes the Punx'y Sptril. There rharmu m nnur . in, are, however, and always has t ceu, troleum. vhareoal. firewood, fresh beet Tiik lion. Arthur Sewall is abroad this year in preference to on the Chicago pint form again. going 1 11 K South Dakota voters havo an in spiring rallying cry for this vcar. It is "Ueniember the Pettigrow." iiiniLK-op-TiiK-KOAD Populism pos sesses the courage of its convictions. Hut the other variety possesses the faculty for political dickering. When tho Kansas City convention de nounces trusts tho Tammany delegation will ask for a special dispensation in fa vor of its ice combine. a iKrunL.K'A?f puurorm win tit any State in tho Union. A Democratic plat form would be embarrassing if it wcro to stray over a State lino. veal, pork and mutton, fowls and eggs, fruits, vegetables, flour, cornineal, bread, lice, beans, salt pork, ham, bacon, fresh fish, codfish, herring, soup paste, dried beer, sugar, molasses and coffee. Tho Porto Ricans will now be able to take a bite without being taxed for it and they will soon be able to enjoy tho privilege of a free square meal, paying loss in taxes and having more for food. The attempt to create political capital out of ihe visit of the Boer envoys to this country should be frowned upon by every intelligent votor. President Mc- Kiuley frankly explained tho position of this government to tho representatives of Oom" Paul. He was the ouly ruler who responded to the appeal of the Transvaal for intervention and his friendly offer was lirmiy refused by Euxland, The Boer commissioners are free to visit any part of this country, and everywhere they will find an abundance of sympathy, but this fact cannot alter the settled policy of this country in such cases. It matters not what party was iu control of the government at tho present timo, wo would have no csll to interfere in South African affairs. Not ouly Eng land, but all of Europe, would resent any such presumption on our part. Derrick, Tiik enlargement of Mr. Bryan's front porch is all right, but it is too bad that the process was not extended to his views on the great questions of the day. jerry bivrsoN, who declares with symptoms of pleasure that the Democ racy is suro to swallow tho Populists be fore long, is reading up on the history of Jonah. 1 11 : scarcity of issues for Democratic campaigning is shown in the eagerness of the loaders of that party to lug in the South African war and other foreign questions. Tiik Republican party has always de pended upon commercial tranquility and prosperity for its success. Democratic hope is fonnped upon strikes and busi ness depression. In April we exported f4;,459,705 more than we Imported, and we exported J30,- l.ui.oou liioro of American products and manufactures than in April, 1809. Ex pansion still continues. Cons, steers, hogs, beof, mutton, eggs, pork, bacon, hams, lard, hides, cotton Riid hay all advanced in price during April. The farmer is still gotting a share of the general prosperity. Si-baking of the postal service in Cuba and the incidents leading up to bis sua pension, Sir. E. O. Rathbone said: The public should not forget the amount of work done by the department and the difficulties I've had to contend with. To the credit of the department it can be said that, with the vast amount of money orders handled thore was not a cent of shortage. We aro doing a business of l-'O.OOO.OOO annually, handling all the col lections outside of Havana for the mili tary authorities, taking the mauey from tho central government to municipalities and acting as the carrier for the North American trust company, tho govern ment a nscai agent. Mr. Neely came to me highly recommended by l'erry S, tteath. I placed confidence iu him, the same as I placed confidence in Postmas ter J liompson and clerk Bristow. I had to rely on somebody. Tho military aud itor reported to me monthly that Neoly's balances were correct, aud the inspection of eely s accounts, based on the audi tor s statement, show them to be correct in the latter part of April. UiisIhoss Disaster Candidate. It seems Impossible )or this country to pass through a presidential campaign without some business disturbance. This year it was hoped that there would be less Interruption from this cause than usual, in viow of the reasonable certainty of Republican triumph. But capital is always timid. Wendell Philips once re marked that there was nothing so cow aruiy as a million uollars except two millions. And timid eapital Is already curtailing its operations to some extent. on the ground that, after all, no political prophecy can be counted certain of ful fillment until after the votes are counted. A conservative banking house in a re- largo aud respectable portion of the hu man race who regard all forms of amuse ment, no matter how innocent as wicked. To play gamoi, especially with cards on which are pictures of knaves with dag gers in their bauds, on the face, and dev ils with spiked tails on the backs to vis it theaters, to danco and to do anything that does not appear sombre and sober, is looked upon by many as an evidence of total depravity. To spend all you time in frivolous amusements, is of courso to lie worthless. But to seek rec reation after performing the duties of the day aud to be vivacious aud happy, is duty you owe both to yoursolf aud your fellows, A solemn mein and a determination to bo as misorablo and dull and uncongenial as possible has somehow come to be gen erauy misiaKon tor piety. And to ac quire such a reputation many a man who might otherwise be a jolly fell.w, and shed the sunshine of a geuial nature about him, goos about like a funeral pro cession and only succeeds in being contemptible hypocrite. It is considered by this class of people as especially reprehensible for a minister of the gospel to show any evidenco that he has warm blood in his veins. They think ho should go about at all times with the aspect of a hearse, and a face that will continually remind you of tho Judgment Day. But the right kind of pastor is one who will look altor the hap pinoss of his Hock iu this world as well as the next. He should be genial and cheerful, and show his people that it is not necessary to llfl a tliisniilln-nna in nr. ucr w iw 1 nrisuan. 1 his world, with the beautiful thine itcoutains, is made to be appreciated and enjoyed by rational boings. Are we to show our gratitude to the Creator w ho uas covered the earth with eav colors scented it with delicious nerfnmoa an proviueu a mousauu joys not absolutely necessary to the sunDort of lifo bv oronna uu signs ami an aspect ot wretchedness, and melancholy T Some people, to be sure, go to extremes in me mailer or pleasuro seeking, run ning it into folly and dissipation, which always ends in enui and wretchedness nun imu is nv me moralists who are not philosophers go to the other extrt inn and nenounco all Irivolities as wicked Cream of the News. Hopkins sells tho clothing and shoes, -Mine peopio were born to worry. Ex. -See tho silverware at Tionesta Cash Store. n Erio county is roported to be infested with a lot of desperate tramps, fable silverware (solid) cheaper than plated ware at Tionesta Cash Store. It Jiven the bravest women can't act always as if life were a continual cake walk. Ex. ihe blunt person often makes very cutting remarks. Don't buy plated silverwaro but goto Tionosta Cash Store and see solid ware It Half the men you meet are sinker and tho other half ore fishing for them Ex. Turtle Creek, Allegheny county, has ten cases of small pox. Shoes that fit and wear, for men womon and children, at T. C. S. It nazelton has a fortune teller who says Harry Soldon, ol that place, who has been missing for the past two weeks, is held for ransoinc. Don't be fooled, but look for the trade-mark "Queen Quality," and take no other shoe. Tionesta Cash Storo. It It is lumored that a large paper and Tim total amount of money in circula tion in tho United States was about a bil lion and a half dollars in ism Tl.iu year, under protection and tl.n ,M i.n. cm,t circular letter, says: "Mr. Bryan is dard, it exceeds two billions. mo1 da8crus man. He is a disturber 01 me peace, and seeks to antagonize cap The Virginia Democrats didn't do a ital and ,auor- IIe is 0PPed to all cor- particularly bright thing when they Poralln. especially to tho banks. He Wssod Admiral Dow ey. The Democrats advocates the ultimate Issue of irredeem party is not so heavily stocked with he- b,e PaPer money by the Government, roes that it can afford to hiss thm. and be advocates and approves the Pon, unstic doctrines which are so prominent vu'P nun win oe duiu at Austin, Pa. Two weeks havo passed and Mr. Brvan '" tue Chicago platform." Only fresh groceries sold at Tionesta has expressed no dissatisfaction with the Tuis dangerous man appears to have a Cas" Stor. It rag money plank in the Sioux Falls plat- 8,lre tuin8 of capturing tho Democratic A womaa will put the front door key form. There is little left the Kansas City presidential nomination, and his support- under lDH mat an '"en walk away with convention except to perforin tho real- ers claim that all the anti-Republican ete wining aci. iiicnia win i,e united In his support. J his will make a dnnircrnimcotniiiniif inr i.-i 1 cuiuary, March and April the ex- There are busiuess men atnoim the Dem o.Hi.m were fo.mnuiw. HL'Uinst ocrais wuo nave lust as lurirn a. stnl-o In fH.iKKi.iHX) In the samo months last year, the prosperity of the country as tho Tin II....I. ... " i-nieii hs 11 loves Jiryan, the South ought publicans, and who are equally interest- to bo resigned over pnymont in gold in- ed in having Bryan defeated, either in "liver hi inc on me dollar. uie convention or before the neonln If these men could rally their foreos and The Kentucky Democrats are clamor- compel the Kansas City convention to ing for the election of United States Sen- nominate a man whose very name would ators by the direct votes of tho people. not be a menace to all property interests, Al le same time they are committed to lue disturbing eloment of the nresiden the policy of electing governors by the tial contest would be very largely elimi- Bkulldiiggory of partisan legislatures. nated. Failing in that, these men should promptly and openly array themselves I rom one small township in Kansas 0,1 tue 8lde of tho party of prosperity and the most blissful feeling that the houso is perfectly safe. Ex, Ladies who desiro nice tablo ware are invited to call and see the new lino at Tionesta Cash Store. n Have you tried the delicious Ice cream soda dispensed at tho Davis Phar macy T I X L Ice cream used exclusive ly- It We have tho exclusivesalenf "Qupon Quality," "Hnmnnie" and "World Known" shoe. They wear best. Tio nosta Cash St ire. it five farmers havo gone to the Paris Ex position and taken their families along. Their absence in Europe seems to be the only thing that will reduce tho farmer votn for McKinley in Kansas this fall. Tiik same people who ask that we in terfere in the Boer war are also engaged in giving encouragement to the rebels in the Philippines. It is not so much sym pathy for others as a desiro to embarrass our own government that impels them. Tiik Illinois Republicans have ruined a large batch of Democratic expectations by holding a harmonious convention of thVnnlry thin III Si? KSS and placingan excellent ticket inthcfiold. together, and until the last few vcars was 1 he indications are that this is going to thus end any uncertainty that may be 1011 as to the outcome. x lie party that sets up a professional disturber ot values and paralyzer of in dustry as a presidential candidate is not entitled to any consideration at. thnhanrfa 01 uiesuirciy sons of toil and the enter prising promoters or commercial and business activity. The incliisiriul of the country should bo and we believe m do, arrayd solidly against the dan gerous man whom they defeated in 1HW. in twain uuuiusningiy asKing the American people to elevate him to me nignest station in the land.-Ji)ine- ujhjiw 1 rtoune. -There is more Catarrh in this section il"? Candfcq a V to thn i-hiinnof I hn lr:,w:iiu 1 H h room or liouilnir Ms thn mft!r r.i'li- W H I; nt liht (roinOOIlDOVA ('.it ,i 1 ? N fir, A """""ft will coiitrilinti- nion- to thu II a JSL ,rtl",io, ot thn Inn. hwn, '., a VV '"of dinner. Tho het drcoritie ff la V-cla"in ,ur h nimnli.Kt or Ilia tj ti TT.mo"t lbort fnnrtinn for tmI- H a tK,eorininKion. Mtic in all volort -J P VTT tn moirt ilrlicate tiiin I kl H V I STANDARD OH. . , H 'i nd mid --rrwhera. ij be a record-breaking year for Democratic disappointment. J 1st at tho present time tho Demo cratic party is long on sympathy for the export trado. This is tho same Demo cratic party that declined to exhibit any sympathy or mercy for the American laborer when it framod and enacted the Wilson tariffbill. The frank and cordial treatment ol the Bier envoys by the President and Sec retary or State showed thnso gentlemen that the etl'orts to make it appear that the administration is prejudiced against them is unfounded. Indeed, it was quickly made apparent to them that the fiovernmenthad done all that it could do, for it had already tendered its good olfices to bring about peace, a thing which no European nation hail done. Admiral Dewkt is getting no dele gates to the Kansas City or any other national convention, but he sizes up the situation for that other democrat very accuiately. "The South was never in a more prosperous condition than it is to day," says the Admiral, who has just been through that section, "and I know that the people of tho South don't want Bryan for President." Neither do the people of the East nor of the West. supposed 10 oe incurable. For a great "ciijr ji-nis uociors pronounced It a local disease, and prescrilod local remedies, and bv constantly lailimr to cum with meal ireaimont. pronounced t im-iimi.lo -im,- jiiuvuu eaiarrn 10 ne a con stitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh i,ure. manuioctured by F. J. Cheney & .:.f., luimu, unio, is me only constitu tional cure on the market. It is taken 1 I l.llnl I n M .1 .. .. c . n . ...... ..a,, j in umen irom jo drops to a leaspooniui. It acts dimctlv nn I'm 1.1,! and mucous surfaces of tlm .-.uniom Th. oiler 0110 hundred dollars for any case it ion.-, un uie. oenu lor circulars aud testimonials. F.J. CHENEY A Co., Tolodo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Another Treat in Store. 1 tie appreciation shown for Ihe two splendid tlower pictures given free to the readers 01 me great Philaeelphia Sunday Press thio year has led the publishers to provido a third groat picture which will ie given iree with every copy of next omiuay s l-resn (June U). This picture. itnj as uiimcuru as ihe lamous -1 arc 01 koscs," and "Easter Lilies " pictures, is called "A Basket of Blos soms. 11 is i,y me famous Paul De I'Higpre, aim is one or his best works. 11 is -'i uy zs inches in size und is also noteworthy as being the lirst example o: new meiiiou ot color printing, which is quite as wondorful as tho picture itself. Publishers guarantee that every picture will be perfect There is certain to bo a nrr-m iinnmiin i,,r next Sunday's Press hence it will be well for all who want this picture to order their copy in advance. Is Little Folks Love lt Baby Sick? Buffering from the ills of childhood Colic, Cholera-Infan-tum, Diarrhoea, or the pains that come from teething? DR. JAMES looihing Syrup Cordial h a safe, never-failing remedy Contains no laudanum nothing that could harm a delicate child Pleasant to the ta?te. At Drug Stores. 25 cents a Bottle. Don't Arwjt a Hu'w'Hu'x!. D.' P. FREDERICKS, M. D. (Piactice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.) ARLINGTON BLOCK, OIL CITY, PA. Honrs, 9 to 12. Office hours bv ap pointment only. THAOff MAftKOOPYHIQHT. THE KIND YOUR BOY WANTS. OUR MESSENGER SHOE. THF KIND YOU WANT YOUR BOY TO HAVE A C'ouiplcle liine of .Shoe Tor . Little Ladies und (seiitlemeii ROBINSON with the R. KM4 H.t. Trn J(W JO wlik IcAth.-r qu.rter ui. Vxcn you buy a carriage, bujy or harness. Choose from the birjest stock and fullest assortment, ami pay ouly the cost of making, with but one moderate profit added. Our plan of selling diroct fiora the factory insures satisfaction your money back u you rcUissatLsfied with your purchase ami enables you to save f ha dealer's profit Our complctoilliiiHratedeatalofruo, showing-manv st vVsof hU-h grade vohlclPK, liarnoss, robes, lilnukoU, nnd Iioikb emtliimenu, with detailed descriptions of each, mulled free. Write for 11 and learn how cheaply j uu oun buy when lUa Jobber's aud dealer's profits are cut oir. THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE & HARNESS CO., P. 0. Oa 772, Columbus, 0. 10 Slsult ftr.p at Bum. rlM l.U 3000 YEARS AGO GUARANTY RHEUMATIC REMEDY waa not known as well as it is now. Consequently many euf feretl from Rheumatism. There is no need of that at the present time, as we guar antee to cure Rheumatism or refund the money. At Druggists, or 88 W. Genesee Street, BUFFALO. N. Y. SI S. H. HASLET & GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND- UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA. PRNN. Fred. Grettenborger OKNERATi BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Ma!binory, En trines, Oil Well Tools, Gaa or Water Fit iinfra and General IllacksniitbhiK prompt' lydone at Low Rates. Uenairinir Mill Machinery irivon epoi'ial attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. hhop in rear ot and lust wont of the !liaw House, Titlioute, Pa. Your patronage eoliuitetl. FRED. GRETTENBEROEIt, To Reruiir Rroken Artl. clesuso 1 ir uajo rs f Cement Remember MAJOR'S llUHHKR CEMENT, MAJOR'S LEATHER CEMENT. mmm h THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, OF TIONESTA, - PENN. S. S. CANF1ELD, PROPRIETOR. Good Stock, Good Carriage and Buer fies to lot upon the most reasonable terms, le will also do J"OB TBAMHTG- All ordera left at tho Pout Oflleewil roceive promjit attenlion. into head, muiiiM; Hiitl Joint, lnmo mid woro imiNeloH. und Ii4'iiniuti) iniiiM viiiiixli n("tM iimIii r WAHO ELECTRIC OIL. Notice of Appeals. Notice is hereby itiven that tho Countv CoinniisNionors of Forest Countv will meet at their ollii;e in Tionesta, Pa., on the 13th day of June, ltMKi. for tho pur pone of holding a court of appeals from io assessment of money at interest. It. M. Herman, John T. C arson, J. T. Dalk. Attest: Commissioners. 3t M. T. IIindman, Clerk. SHORTHAND BY MAIL! We can teach vou to beeomo a nottinA. tent short hand renortpr. Iiv mail. A standard system. Easy to learn ; easy to read ; easy to write. SSucooss guaranteed. Sonrt ten cpntH(in stmnps) I'cir lirst lesson. write ior t.itrt ;u ars. Aildrnss llm ho V'arren liusiuoss University. War- reu, Pa. "Silver Plate that Wears" Made in artistic and original patterns only. Your silverware will be correct in everyway if it is Rogers BroSi" Or either of the ftllowiug lines Sterling Silver: "Gorliaiu'w," "TowleV," "AVhitliitf'H,' Sold by 3-' SENECA St., OIL CI I Y, TA Official Wntch Inspector and for the V. N. Y. A V. and L. 8. Itys. Send or bring your work to us Hejiairer m. a Tha UnFon Piano & Organ Co. T'EW YORK Mi Ooods Guaranteed Ooalers and Agents Prices Cut in Two WHEN buying your nniHlnil KixU direct Irom t ho fiu-torv.we Kill bimiiI you direct fnnn the factory a Fine Deiull ful Orifan, with a DnoK aiitl Htool on lxutpictloa lor $49.25. Sill WE hnvo no OKontH. Wo k'II you our pnodtt Ulrwt from factory; tlifrvfore Hnvinir our wlvcs a Mg I'xpciiw, 5 Tiie Imiipllt. ADDHMBBl THE UNION PIANO & ORGAN CO. 88(1, 8S8, E. 1.11th St., NEW YORK. NEW LIVERY Having pur based the livorv barn lo eaten in rear or Hotel Ajrnow and after adding many new and up-to-dato rigs we are now preparod to furnish livery rigs to the peopio of t ils vleinlnity and guaran tee to fit you out in first-class stylo. We will make a specialty of furnishing rigs for Funerals, Weddings, Receptions rite. WM. ORAM, JRCHE UREY. COM 12 AIW NEE US. RUING IN YOUR That need repaircng if you wish good work at right priceB. Our Motto is, "Not how cheap, but how good for the money." Remember we can lake enre of all y ur wants in the Jewelry line iu strict ly up-to-dato fashion. ALL WORK and GOODS GUAR ANTEED as REPRESENTED. mark, take no other. It I hats iu town, C. C. ULLER, lIl'IIIK'll Ktol-4', TIOHESTA, IP.A.. if Shoes have no equal. Iu black aud brown Kibo Kid, light and heavy soles, in all tho most fasliiouublo loath era and latest styles. "World-Known," For men, for every weather, uintlo iu nil Utest styles of every loath, r. Room zv rim Tqj?s9 Srr&iz .v Tin? WjBMJi I.V THE LlLTMm Look fur trade mark and tako no other. Tho price i only lf3,00, and they aro ouly sold at TIONESTA CASH STORE, Ileal Place lor Groceries, and Clothing. T1IONK34, KEPLER IILOCK. --i Dress Goods. In this line our assortment is unlimited; comprising Blue and Rluk Sorgt, Brillian Hue, Blue Broadcloth, etc , aud in wash goods we have tho finest line of Lincnster Ging hams, Dress Ginghim?, Piques plain and fancy Perrals, et1., that was ever shown iu Tionesta. Come and see" Shoes. Wo handle the fumous Fisher nud Richard son brands. Anyone who wears shoes knows that these are two of t ho best mokrs on the market. Wo cun fit anybody nl pricis that cau't be beat. Groceries. We handle the linen lino of canned goods that is sold in town. All who buy from us will toll you so. Come and sec our stock of Potted Meats, Condensed Soups, etc. The class of goods we handlo is A 1. None better. Lawrence & Smearbauqh. 1 : m m - in 3 I v Wholesale Prises to User .S;li':!5."i! .1 . )i r.t'.W.ir.ll.iJ t;; a did at u i . - - . fill Tallest Mercantiis Building in the World, uwneu anu uccupicd ticlU5lel Bj Us. Oar General Catalogue ciuotcs them. Send ice to nartlv mv postage or cxpressac and we'll sentt you one. ltnas uoo pages, 17,000 nliihtrnuons and quotes prices un nearly 70,000 things that you eat ami use end wear. We constantly carry iu stock all arucies quoted. MONTCOtVlEHY WARD & CO., ill. hl.K At. A MuJIua t-t.. hi. uo. A. W'aynis Cook, ProHitlonh XO.GO.3S. A. H. Kkli.t, Caxhier. Wx. Smkakbauoh, Vice rroaidont FOREST COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, TIONESTA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. DI II KOTO U8 A. Wayno Cook, a. W. Kobiimon, Win. Hiiieil.auKh, N. P. Wlieolor, T. F. Ititchey. J. T. Hale. J. II. Kelly. Collections roinittod for on day of pr.ymont at low rates. Wo promiso our cuHtom crs all tho benefits consistent with conservative b kinir. Interest piid on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. The Union Piiio m Organ Go. C36 and 883 East 134th St., NEW YORK CITY. JUST STOP AND THINK WHAT VOU WIUU 8AVK wlirn yon buy your Vlnno dlrwt Inun tlin liu tnry. OIIK MOTTO la to suve you tlto iiililillciiuui'i prcilltn anil ex pciiM'a. Wo do nut employ A(!eiiln,tli'n'li)ro.wi! rnive nnrwlvin a l!iteXH'iivif which yiiu pt the In-ndlt. Wo will sell to you n iiiuifURiuc Uliwil I'lAHIU, tully wiirrun ted, with nil ol tin- inuwt lnirovm-ntB. DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY TO YOUR HOME for - We Make Pianos $128.00 Upwards. $183,00 If yoo are thinking of buying a Piano write for full particular!, Catalog, Prices, tod Estimate. Piano will be cent on approval, when to deairetl. THE UNION PIANO AND ORGAN CO., Please Mcnlloo Tola Piter When Wrlllaf. 886 and 808 East 134th St., NEW YORK. OBier Mitt Everything new ami up to date lor making FLOUR. AND - on hand for sale a full stock in our line. MERCHANT MILLERS. Bridge Kt., - Tioncxta, Li. TIM 13 TAULIC, in ellcct May. 27, l'HK). Trains leave Tio neslu for (.lil City and points west as I V 1 1 1 1 k VU II Iso. yi Itullulo KxprcH, daily fixi,,r,'Ji'"."lay 12:06 noon. 2o. Zi Oil City Kxi ress, daily except Sunday 7:5:t In- Sunday special for Oil City, 9a.m. 8 p.m. For Hickory, Tidioute, Warren, Kinzua Bradford, Olcan and the Kast: ' Ko. 30 Olcan Express, daily .o. I!2 PittshnrR ICxpress, daily except Sunday 4:05 p. rn. (let Time Tables and full information from J. W. McCKKA. Airent, Tiontwta. r"; . H. UEI.L, (Jen'1 Supt J. A. FHU.OWS, llen'l I'asscnfier A Ticket A pent, iiuiikiiii iinc!, nioonev-liriMiiaue Itld Cor. Mam aud Clinton SU., ltuUalo.N.Y