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THF FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WENS, . Editor 4 PnopmtTO. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, IPOO Wantkp, a panic, new or socond-haud. Address tlio Democratic reorganization committee. It lias boon noted that independent parties are never proposed by anybody vlio expects lo bo n private iu their ranks. It is certainly hard on the Democrat to have nothing to show Tor all the hard work of the campaign except Webster Dayis and Wellington. Caxada expects a population of 6,000, 0MJ in its census returns next year. Now "York ami Pennsylvania have each more inhabitants tlmu the Dominion. Russia has sent to the United States an agent to study our homestead legisla tion. In its earliest days the Republican party devised the homestead law that has attracted tlio attention of the world. Tiik completion of tho oflicial count in Ohio shows a most remarkable fact, that Bryan's vote in that Stato was cxaclly the same as four years ag , -ITD.SSJ. Me Kinley's vote was fl;i,tlS, an increase of 17, S. The monthly comparativo statement of the government receipt, and expend itures during November, 1000, shows the total receipts to have been $18,311,514, and tho expenditures $ll,U7S,ti(0, leaving a surplus lor the month of $7,iti",$.")4. H.w.i.'s plnraMty of 021 iu this district is tho smallest received by a congressman in the state, this year, and the smallest ever given in this district. The largest congressional plurality was given to Young, iii tho 1th district, Philadelphia, ::s,3is. Speaker Hknoerson, of Iowa, called tho second session of tho 0th Congress to order at at noon Monday. The leaders of tho llouso are prepaiieg to press with gieat vigor tho important business of the session. 'Tho bill for tho reduction of war revenue taxes, the army re-organization hill, tho river and harbor bill, and the several appropriation bills will have the preference. Thh message of President McKinley to congress is given in synoptical form on our first page to-day. It is a document of great moment and importance, dealing as it does ol the many great questions witli which tho nation has been and is constantly being confronted. The excel lent synopsis which wepresontshould be read by all who have the interest of our beloved land at heart. John P. Rockkfellus a-id Andrew Carnegie are tho two richest men in litis couutry perhaps In the world. The for mer's stuck in tho Standard would bring over $200,000,000 in tho market, aud the hitter's stock in the Carnegie company is worth $.'00,1 (JO.Ot'O in cash. They have othor largo Investments in different parts of tho world, and are likely worth some thing like ?30fl,000,000 each. Titrs far all tho Democratic papers of tho stnto rue strongly in favor of fusion with tho insurgent element or tho legis lature on the election ol a Speaker and V. . Senator, with Geo, R. Dixon of Klk county, and Jamas M. Uuftoy of Al legheny, two of tho rankost Democrats In tho staio lor Speaker and Senator, re spectively. Why, of course. But then, the stalwart Republicans will attend to both thoso cases. Tiik report that Kugland is on the side ot tho United States in tho Chinese diffi culty ueed not cause- anv surnriso. The United States' side iu that controversy, as iu ail us other diplomatic dealings, is the 6ide ot intelligence and enlightenment. It is tho tido which is suro to win in tho Chinese affair in tho end, for all the na tions will have to come to it eventually. Tho administration at Washington has scored several diplomatic triumphs in the past two years. Afraid of Hie Caucus. The Philadelphia 1'ress, Postmaster Kcnenu Liiaries iMiiory Smith's paper, the ollicial clearing house or tho insur gent, newspapers of the commonwealth. has editorially declared itolf outside the palo of any and all political parties. Its hatred of Senator M. S. Quay seems to have been responsible for its severance of tho last tio which gave its utterance party significance and party weight. Tho skull and crosshones of political piracy have been hung nt tho masthead. The mask has been removed and its man hunting policy ro-eiHinciatod. In its leading editorial the other day the Press declared : Tha law makes the duty or the legisla ture to floi-i a Unitod States Senator. J hat duty cannot bo performed by a em eus. '1 hero is no la . v even of the party that recognizes tho caucus. This is a new doctrine for an alleged Republican paper to preach. It is one not recognized by Republicans, Demo ciats, Prohibitionists or any other politi cal party yet formad. The Press will certainly not plead ignorance of the fact that party primaries and caucuses are the fundamental principles of pulitical organ izations. It is surely aware of tho fact that tho two groat political parties of tho United States, in very state aud at ev ery legislative suasion, cjucus not only upon the question of a choice for the Uuited States senatorship-when a va cancy exists but also 011 questions of legislation hnd matters or political expe diency. It is also 11 matter or indisputed infor mation to the Press that, in that the greatest of all councils of parlimontary and party law, the Congress of tho United Stales, the Republican and Democratic membors caucus upon all questions of party expediency, organization and leg islation. Tho Press .il-,0 knows that tho indivldiwl participants iu these caucuses a-.' !;... .d by (lie action of tho majority. I: knows tint the member ot Congress wi. i ii. not respect tins solemn obliga--i"ii niii .'oricii tlie res peot of his party ii- oi i,n, s and Ins standing lis a ropre s. ot.i ivoor tiiu people. And still the J'rKt says "there is no law even of tho party which recognizes the caucus." 1 his paper whirh voices the sentiments ol llm Postmaster General, or Senators Flinn and Martin and Mr. Wanamaker, does not represent Col. Guffey the Demo cratic leader, their partner in tho Stale campaign, for he has declared that the Democrats will caucus upofi the Senator ship and legislative matters. Aud further on iu this treasonable edi torial the Press declares: "There is no obligation on the part of any Republican to attend a caucus." Then the editorial leaks. It tells why the caucus is a b .d thing and incidentally admits that the stalwart Republicans will not only con trol the caucus, but also insure the re election of Senator M.S.Quay. The Press says: The man who goes into the Quay cau cus goos in as a Quay man aud not as a Republican. By such an act lie demon strates that he is nothing but a Quay man. No Republican nominated and elected as an anti-Quay man can attend the Quay caucus and bind himself by its decision without betraying his constituents. No Republican who wants to bo free to exercise his own judgment and b st servo the party will put the caucus gag on bis vote. The omen's disfranchises tho con stituencies of the members w ho attend. For a new-paper that contends that "Quay is beaten" the Press certainly ex hibits little confidence in its own predic tions. It shies at tho caucus, and will shy at any determining test of pollitical strength. Pittsburg Cbrm icra'at Gazette, Who "Ye" Is. They say wo are prosperous. Who's we?" There is no doubt that the Re publican administration is good forsoino, but who's we f- -William Jennings Bry an, in his Albany speech Oct. 17, 1900. "WE" is: The 54,:tG6 more persons employed 011 the railroads of the country than were employed two years ago; aud the rail road men who are receiving the $77,450,- 63d annual increase in aggregate wages over the wages of two years ago. "WE" is: The 841,039 more persons in tho nation who are depositing money in the savings banks. "WE" is : Tlio Nebraska farmer w ho in 1898 re leased mortgages to the amount of $27,- 498,070, which was $4,819,153 more than tho total amount reloasod in 1895. "WE" is : The fanners of the whole country whose home markot has doubled, whoso foreign market Las increased over $200, 000,000, and whose live slock has iiv creased over 33J percent in value "WE" is : ' The entiro American pcoplo whose judgment in 1S96 aud 1900 rejected YOU and YOUR false prophecies and falla cious doctrines. Slackwaterliiff The Allegheny River. During the coming week, Representa tive Sibloy will join with Representatives Jack, Showalter and Gralm.11 in urging the members of the river and harbor committee to make a laege appropriation for the purpose of extending the slack- water navigation of the Allegheney river. In discussing the situation to-day, Mr. Sibley 6aid : "I shall work to my utmost lo secure the proper recognition for this important stream. I cannot undorstaud why such a grand river khould have been so long neglected. As the Mouongahela river has practically been given everything asked for, and as its industries have all boon opened to commerce, it seems to me tho business interests of Pittsburg and vicinity should join heartily in the move ment to havo the Allegheny river made navigable by means of locks and dams. Tuo Allegheny river is the field of the fulure for the extension of the commerce of Pittsburg. "It is one or the finost rivors iu the state, and senators and representatives who have visited mo at my homo in Franklin have expressed their surprise that congress had not given the attention to it that it should, Sart:ng from Pitts burg early in the day you can ride all day in an express train and not reach the headwaters of tho rivor. Along its banks are millions of acres covoring coal mines, covered with trees and other important interests. Aud its tributaries all flow through the same class of natural wealth. "In my judgment the river should bo mado navigable almost to headwaters, and I feel certain that the advantages that would be thus offered to commerce would more than repay the outlay by the general government; and in addition to the advantages to commerce this nation can never do enough for Pennsylvania, with its noarly 7,000,000 peoplo, an em pire iu itself. Ever since tho formation of the government the people of the State have contributed hundreds of dollars in revenue where they have received cents in appropriation within tho state. Look at the ports of Philadelphia and Erie for instance. Note the government receipts. And now that the improvement of the Delaware. Monongahela and Ohio rivers are well under way, I think wo should insist upon Congress taking .up the slackwater navigation of the Allegheny river and pushing it to completion. I shall urge the comittee on rivers and harbors to use this extension as far as Franklin in the coining bill and 1 am hopeful of success. With slackwater navi gation to Franklin the feasibility ora ship canl from there to Erie via Meadville can then be taken up." Commercial Ga zette. lli nfni BS ( annol lie Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. Thero is only one way to cure den funis, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inllauied con dition of the mucous lining or Ibo Eu stachian Tubo. When this tube gets in flamed j'ou have a rumbling sound or imported hearing, aud when it is entire ly closed deafness is the result, and un less the inclination can be taken out aud this lube restored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever; nino cases out of ten aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any' case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Unit cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. I-'. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Notice. ' Tho shareholders of the Forest Count" Potions, where headaches anil National Bank or Tionesta., Pa., will meet 011 Tuesday, January 8th, ltiol, at 2 o'clock p, m., at tho ollico of the Bank, for the purpose of tho election or directors for the ensuing year. 12-5-51 A. B. KULI.Y, Cashier, :vv Li AP Threa Men Can, Jit In a Swollen Strmn m it N'eirty Drowned. UNIOXTOWX. Dec. 1. William Boast, Wil'inni Whyel and John Schult bad narrow escapes from drowning iu the swollen water of Redstone crook, at Oliver. They wore in a wagon drawn by two mules, and trie ' ' ford the creek. The nuiles wcie flf their feet and headed down s- . ..x, struggling to jet five. After going some distance the wagon passed ninier 11 tree mid Schults liul Bonst grasped limbs and made theif rvay to land. Whyel sailed some distance further, when he wiw a ehniioe to scramble up the bank. The polo of the wagon broke off, and the mules jerked themselves out of their hnrucss,and aided by the men, were brought out of the wat er. The wagon and tools were swept away and lost. DEPOT SAFE ROBBED. Tlilnvea For Fifth Time Looted the Sta tion at California, l'a. COAL CENTER, Dec. l.-The safe in the Pittsburg, Virginia & Charleston railroad station at California, Pa., was blown open Thanksgiving eve. Tho thieves did not secure much booty, as the day's receipts are sent to Pittsburg every evening. This makes the fifth time tho safe has been blown open. Tho station is situ ated at some distance from any dwelling, and this makes it nn cask mark for bur glars. No clew lias been fouud. tlnim of I'rsuil Made. TT'XKIIAXXOCK. Pa., Nov. 30.-II. I. Tiffany (Republican), has Cled'papers instituting a contest of the election of A. II. Squire (Democrat), to the legisla ture. The election board of Monroe town ship certified that Tiffany rc;eived 103 votes in that precinct while tho tal'.f sheet shoved but 103. The computing board accepted the tally sheet as correct, which hnd the effect of reducing Tiffany's vote sutliciently to give the election to Squire by a majority of three. Tiffany alleges fraud iu several precincts. . Kenunn Not Guilty. IJELI.EFOXTE. Va., Dec. l.-In court here John Keenan was adjudged not guilty ot causing the death by shoot ing of wV.mie Hobbins of Gullintown on Sept. 2ti. The weight of the evidence tended to show the revolver used to have been discharged iji a scuffle for its pos session between Keenan and tlie girl. . The jury considered the latter as much in fault 11s Keenan. The prisoner will now be tried for carrying coueouled dead ly weapons. Fatuity Shot by Helper. COX X ELLSYI LI.E, Pa., Dec. 1. Shooting 11 ml killing continues at the ra;l road camp east of this place. The latest tragedy occurred, when Henry Turner the cook nt the cnuip, was shot by his helper, who shoved a revolver through the window and tired. Turner was shot through the breast. The assailant es caped. The victim was brought here aud is dying at the Cottage State hospital. Citlxena Died Suddenly. KITTANXIXG, Pa., Dec. l.-R. S. Slayinaker, one of the best kuowu men Iu Armstrong county, dropped dead at his home, 011 Water street, of heart disease. Mr. Slaymuker was a civil war veteran, had twice been register and recorder of the county, and for years was a clerk ill the recorder's ollice. An old army wound is said to have been partly responsible for his sudden death. Jury Foltod to C.lvo Verdict. WASHINGTON, Va., Dec. l.-The jury in the Carroll murder case failed lo reach an agreement and was discharged after being out uhout 11 hours. Ou the first ballot the jury stood two. for con viction of manslaughter to 10 for ac quittal and one for conviction. Carroll was charged with the murder of Michael Zeass, a Slavish miner at tlio Enterprise mine, north of town, lust July. Hunter Shot mid Killed Another. WILKES-BAllKE, Pa., Dec. 1. Whilo Clarence Cope, aged 17 years, and his cousin, Clarence Mohurter, of tin same age, were hunting, Cope shot at a bird and missed it. Moharter, who was a few feet behind then shot at the bird, but he tired low and the contents of the gnu lodged in Cope's buck. The lad died in great ngonj. 1TK.MS IN liltlEF. RAVENNA Ora ndo Watson, the 18 year-old son ef David Watson, was killeu while at work in the Hudson coal mines ut Deeitield, by falling stone. HAUKIsnCllG - William Brown, aged 2.1, was working in an ash pit at the Pennsylvania railroad roundhouse, when un eiuiue backed down toward hiin. In getting out of the way he wan struck by the engine and instantly killed. MEDIA Andrew and Bridget Mc- Ginley, both ,iged about CD years, were burned to death in a house ou the Jesi Griniui estate, in Newton township. Where they made their home. WILKES-BABUE James McGour ley, alderman of the Eighth ward, died suddenly of apoplexy. WILKES-BARRE George Wolfe, a musician attached to a vaudeville com pany, committed suicide by hanging him olf. WILKES-BARUE Margaret Kelly, a lli-year-olil girl living at Miners Mills, is mysteriously missing, ond it is bslieved she was kidnaped. JOHNSTON'-Emil J. Chappy drop ped dead at the Basic brick works. ALLENTOWN, Pa.-lfrank Weilbach- er, silk manufacturer, made nn assign ment. Liabilities, Jfl2.",(XX). SUSQUEHANNA Fire of incendiary origin destroyed 100 carloads of taubark at Great Bend. OIL CITY-Alfred Ohiert, U J ears old, was killed by an Eric passenger trail here. ALTOONA Mayor Giles has issued an order enforcing the curfew law which requires ull children to be off the streets at Sil'.t) p. m. WILKKS-BARRE Alexander Ander son, while walking on tho Westmoreland street railway tracks, was run down and instantly killed. UNIONTOX-IIuffman Lester has arrived here from the Klondike and re ports that a Mr. Bartlett of Pittsburg is becoming wealthy at the mines. CONXELLSVILLE The new St. John the Evangelist Slavonian Catholic Church at New Haven was dedicated yesterday. August Flower. "It is a surprising fact," says Prof, Hoiilon, "that in inv travels in all parts ol tho world, for tho last ten years, 1 havo mot inoro people havinti used Ureen s August Flower than any other remedy, lor dyspepsia, .deranged liver and stom- ac"' n"d fr constipation, I hnd tor tourists and salesmen, or for persons rill- general bad feelings from irregular hab its exist, tfiat Green's August Flower is a grand remedy. It does not injure tho syst'-iii by rrerjuont use. and is excellent ror sour stomachs and indigestion.' Sam ple botllos free at J. D. Davis'. Hold by dealers in all civilized countries. Gut Green's Prizo Almanac. 1-oow N f. "BESTYETTE" COATS COMFORTABB, DTJBABLE," ;. -RE JLSOILT JLBLFJ. SOLD ItY The Sea Bound Air Line Itnilwny. "Florida and West India Short Line," is positively the shortest routo to Southern Pines and Pinehurst, N. C, and Camden, 8 C, the famous winter resorts of the Carolinas. Winter excursion tickets aro now on sale to Southern Pines and Pinohnrst, and similar tickets to Camden may be purchased at principal points south of and including Washington. D. C, Dou blo daily service a.nd through Pullman drawing room and bullet sleeping cars from New Yoak, Philadelphia, Balti more, Washington and Richmond. Trains arrive and depart at Pennsylvani i Bail road stations; also direct connections via Steamer lines are mado at Norfolk and Portsmouth, Ya. For further informa tion call on or address W. C. Shoemaker, Goueral Eastern Passenger Agent, 12(K5 Broadway, New York. C. I Longsdoi-r, New England rassengor Agent, 300 Washington street, Boston, Mass.; W.M. McConnell, General Agent, 14;tl New York avenue, Washington D. C, or the General Passenger Agent at Portsmouth, Va. ' L. 8. Al.l.KN, E. St. John, Gen. Pass. Agt. V.-P. AG. M. When suffering with an appotito, or for the lack or ouo, go to Amslor. His groceries are of the finest brands, and his vegetables, fruits, etc., are always strictly up to date. Oysters fresh from the salt sea and of th most delicious quality. It "The Atlanta Special." The route or the "Atlanta Special" Is via tho Seaboard Air Line Railway, "Florida and West India Short Lino," with through Pullman drawing room and buffet sleeping cars from Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Richmond to Athens and Atlanta whore direct coonuoctions are made iu Union Depot ror Montgomery, Macon, New Orleans and all points South and Southwest. Trains arrive and depart at Pennsyluania Railroad stations. For Turther information call on or address W. C. Shoemaker, General Eastern Passen ger Agent, 1206 Broadway, New York; C. L. Longsdorr, New England Passen ger Agent, 30(1 Washington street. Bos ton. Mass.; W. M. McConnell, Goneial Agent, 1 :U Now Y'ork avenue, Washing ton, D, C, or tho General Passenges Agent at Portsmouth, Ya. E. St. John, L. L. Ali.kn, V.-P. it G. M. Gen. Pass. Agt. Tlio Seaboard Air Lino Railway, "Florida and West India Short Line," is positively the Shortest route to Sa vannah, Jacksonville, Tampa a'd all Florida Points. Double daby sot vice and through Pull man drawing room and buffet sleeping cars from New Y'ork, Philadelphia, Bal timore, Washington nd Richmond. Bound trip winter excursion tickets are now on sale at all principal poins to Jacksonville, Tampa and all Florida points. Trains arrive and depart at Pennsylvania Railroad stations. For fur ther information call on or address W. C. Shoemaker, General Eastern Passenger Agent, 1206 Broadway, New Y'ork ; C. L, Longsdorf New England Passenger agent, 306 Washington street, Boston. Mass.; W.M. McConnell, General Agent, 1434 Now York avenue, Washington, D. C, or the Genoral Passenger Agent at Portsmouth, Va. L. S. Allkn, E. St. John, Gen. Pass. Agt V. P. A G. M. A TALC Cr WOE A mill boy bu Sore Thron. Mother gets the oil cu Soaka cloth. Wrapt bor'e neck. Awake ill nighu Neit morning Throat blistered; Raw as beefsteak. Same boy, a Utile older, triscr. Sore Thronl puniii. No lamp oil for him. Heard of TONSILIKC. School chum used If. leils iiu-t'..cr. Who pities t-sy. liuvl a conic, 25c Outside ao aore. Boy forgcta inside. Can'l turn head (or H daya aorry Ther ever atruck 'He.' Gives Iv.o i'en. Sieir i'i :ii;;IiL Morning tlcy vni-.ca t-p. Throat ill yli.t. One more fjmiijr Never without TONSIUNE Alter thai. He thinka Nel Time I'll keep mum; Kerosene worse than Sore Throat. Don I loot me again. TONSIUNE 1 SORE THROAT. la site and pleasant to take and quick and aure to cure. 25 and 50 cents. Alt Brut lists. IMC TON5.ILINI CO., Canton, Ohfo D. P. FREDERICKS, M. D. (Piactice limited to Eye, Ear, Noso aud Throat.) Every Day, from !) a. 111. to 12 111. Afternoon hours by appointment only. Hereafter I will furnish my own glasses ARLINGTON BLOCK, OIL CITY, PA Dr.Fenner'sKIDiMEY Backache Cure. TV-r nil Ki.tiM-y, l;ia11-r ami I'tinruy Ti'Hiifilr, !,um ll.if k.JI' rirt hi nM-kio IMMfw, i:?tii:nnt jm, Hi v t-ttjn;r, ft. Unfailingin FeuialeWeakness. 1 4 TALC OP JOY 3 ! J 1 -: IRsJol-XIST proof, COLD PROOF, WIISTID PROOF. ROBINSON "Silver Plate that Wears' Made in artistic and original patterns only. Your silverware will be correct in everyway if it is "1847 Rogers Bros." Or either of the folloviii'i lines of Steiling Silver: Oorlium'N, TowleV, AVliUIntfV, Sold by- 32 SENECA St., OIL CITY, PA Ofllelal Watch Inspector nil J Bepairor for tho W. N. Y. & P. and L. S. A M. S, By's. Send or bring 3-our work to us. I! Some Reasons j V.'wy You Should Insist on Havlnj : -sua harkess oil Ij .- icti by any other. , ; ; hard leather soft, j. ; 1 v. Wily prepared, i; : v ' i'; 't atcr. it' i . ' ' kodisd oil. l 'i z :"'( 'i.k JESS : .-.ci.ir.t preservative. .. ; ;'.-..v.cs vost of your harness. ! I : v-v;r 1 nnss the leather; its i i 7.,:i'.-v i increased. j. cures best fervice.' ji glitches kept from breaking; f s sold in all M 5,ocalilli3 IU- MnnftrtnrM hy Stnndnril 4)11 Compnny. Notice. Notice is hereby given that an applica tion will ho mado to tho (lovornor or tho Stato or Pennsylvania on tlio 27th day ol December, 1IHK), by (J. W. Hobinson. L. J. Hopkins, J. C. P.owman, A. U, Kellv, T. D. Collins. Thomas J. Cullen. It. E. Alexander, ct al, under the Actor Assem bly ot the Commonwealth of Pennsylva nia, entitled "An Act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of certain corporations," approved April 20, A. D. 1H74, and tho suplements thoreto, for a charter or an intt ndod corporation to bo called "The Tionesta Mantel Manufac turing Company," the chsractor and ob ject whereof is the manufacture a-id sale of mantels, furniture and interior wood work, and for theso purposes to have, possess and enjoy all tho rights, benefits and privileges of the said Act of Assem bly and its supplements. ' T. F, HiTCHBV, Solicitor. Fred. Grcttenbcrger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and General Hlacksmi thing prompt ly done at Low Kates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop iu rear of and just west of the Shaw llouso, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronagfl solicited. KRED. G RETT EN BERG ER. J. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCL'SIONS TO CALIFORNIA Pullman Excursion Sleeping Cars through to San Francisco every Monday and Friday trout Cincinnati, and every Wednesday from Chicago via NEW ORLEANS AND THESOUTHERN ROUTE Pullman Excursion Sleeping Car through to Ix)s Angelos evory Friday from Chicago. VIA 03IAHA AND THE SCENIC ROUTE. Through Sleeping Car from Chicago with out change, and through sleeping car res ervations Irom Cincinnati, via Illinois Central aud the New Through Line to HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS, BYWAYCF MEMPHIS. Particulars, folders, and general In formation or agents of connecting lines, or by addressing E. A. RICHTER, T. P. A. 812 Park Uuildiug, Pittsburg, Pa. A. U. IIANSON, G. P. A., Chicago. First Fall Chat. For tho approaching fail and wiuter season our exhibit of attractive novelties in Meu's and Young Men's Appard will be the largest ami moat diversified ever shown iu lliia market. ALL THE FASHIONABLE SHADES AND FABRICS IN THE VERY LA TEST PA TTERNS We show in profuse variety. They are mado accordiug to the " Highest Staudard of Manufacture and contain that FINISH that civta our garments their well detrrvo l popularity and Buccest. We will placu upon eale several . afnw vi:atum:s isr which, to avoid immitatiou, we will not as yet describe in print. I XI;:itVIMK FOR VALIi wi: VTIII.It and ool evenings is now ready and as we buy and sell only for CASH we can defy competition and beg you to see our goods and prices. SIIOI.S THAT LOOK HI'LI, AX1 WUAU WILL are our strong poiuts in foot wear and e have them for La dies and Children, men and boys We are always pleased to servo you. TIONESTA CASH STORE, CASK IIAIHJAI.V MAKIMttt. 'PHONE 31, E very Lady THAJsricsGhiiirra- At 25, 5, SO, CT, T.lt ni'id 1.00 per yard. Flue Xnpklii at 1.00 to 5.00 per Joas. Table padding, extra wide aud heavy, COe. Fine Towels and other IJuen. Lawrence & ao. A. Wayxk Cook, President. A. II. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, A. Wayuo Cook, N. P. Wheolor, Collections romiltod for on day of pr.yrncnt at low rates. . We promlho our custom ors all tho benefits coiiKistont with conservative b kinir. Interest pnid on time deposit. Your patronage rosjiectfuliy solicited. Uller, To the Good People of Tionesta and Vicinity: I now employ Sir. F. L. Clawsoo in my Tionesta store. Mr. Clawson comes very well recommended, beiDg a good workman, as well as being sober, iuriuptrious and conscientious. Bring in your watch, clock, in fact, anything pertaining to the Jewelry line, that needs repairing, and I will guarantee satisfaction. Our motto is, "Not How Cheap, But How Good for ilia Money." c. c.Uller, Iti-iiiK'li J"Stor, THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, OF TIONESTA, - PENN. S. S. CftKFlELO, PROPRIETOR. Good Stock, flood Carriages and Bug (Ties to let upon the mont reasonable terms. He will also do JOB TEIMZIIsrGr- All orders left Rt the Post Office wil receive prompt attention. 1 1 nw k son GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA, PENN. suits and ovi:koats. KEPLER BLOCK. Takes pride in the appearance of her Table Smearbauah. no.is. Kki.lt, Cashier. WM. SMKAUnAUOII, Vice Prosidoni. NATIONAL HANK, PENNSYLVANIA. $50,000. 11 H KOTO KS O. V. Itobinson, Wm. SniearliaUKh, T. F. Riichoy. J. T. Dale, J.H.Kelly. lennsylvania ItAILllOVl). BUFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking effect, November', 1!XI. No. 30 Butlalo Express, dally except .Sunday 11:35a. m. No. 82 Oil City and Pi'sburn Exrress,dai"ly,except Sunday ..7.-:U) p.m. For Hickory, Tidiouto, Warren, Kinzua, Bradford, Olean and tho East: No. 31 Olean Express, daily except Sunday No. 3.S Pittsburg Express, daily except Sunday 8:50 a. m. 4:15 p. m. (lot Time Tables and full information from J. W. McCREA, Agent, Tionesta. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. It.-WOOD, General Manager. Gon'l Passonger Agt. NEW LIVERY Having purchased tlio livery barn lo cated in rear of Hotel Agnew and after adding many new and up-to-date rigs wo aro now prepared lo furnish livery rigs to tho people of t. lis vicininity nod gu iran tco to fit you out in first-class style. We will make a specialty of furnishing rigs for Funerals, Weddings, Receptions Etc. WM. 0RAmT ARCHIE UREY. (?o3ii2 am) si:i: us. OFTipiAT. Ollice i .& 74 National Bunk Building. OIL CITY, PA. Eyes examined freo. Exclusively optical. H OW about your stock of Stationary? Wo do bigli class Job mutiny. '