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Smart L Silberberg.
OIL CITY, PENNA. A Sill TO CLEAN If EflYTIIE. We are turuinir un nil ihe corners of thA store and nnintvini nut Iwvm n,t itiW-n Wherever anything is stored away, that place ia being ransacked ami whatever we hint in odd lots or tliat has been a little slow has been marked down to a price that will nuke them a desirable exilismn for vnir nmnw llnsinins sense says, sell the surplus; i '"" man inn viiii; over 1111 anoiuer season awaiting a proliL Vou know the reliable class of (roods we handle; you know that our regular prices are usually as low as. most stores' special prices. When we cut our own prices we do not do it pinRerly, we reduce thom enough to close out every pieceof Summer Uoods in the house. Pretty Colored Wash Uoods and White liooda at one and one-half and one-third price, lSoand iflc printed dimities at !c 2Uc and :Sc printed lawns at !)e 35c and Arte Swiss Lappelt at l!c Mouseline de soi. Satin Have. Silk dimities. Silk grenadines. All our line imported and domestic wash stuffs at -Vic yj While Cioods. All Ifle white goods at "cyd All UJo white itoods at 9c vd All l.Vs white pood at lie yd All ilc while goods at I'm! yd Ail lc white goods at Hlc yd All Xn white goods at iic yd All 40c white goods at 2Sc yd All SOe white gimds at SSc yd All tc white goods at 4K: yd Wave Laces and Insert low oOc ones at sjio 4ta ones at jjy .Vic ones at So iic ones at lsio iuc ones at pje. l.ic ones at He lite onts at 7C CJooil Fiirierwear. At the lowest prices we have ever of fered you. ladies' l.V vesta at 12c lollies' 2(le vests at 15c Ladies' 2"ks vests at ....lMo ladies' :Wk) vests at in- Ladies' nde vests at site Ladies' 75c vests at ,"i!K; Men's 2"ic underwear 20c Men's &0c underwear ;(c - per cen'. discount on all Children's Underwear. Speeial Selling in the Shoe Department. $1.40 Women's Fine Vica or Patent Leather Ties, light or heavy soles, fc.ot) and f t.no goods. $2.(i!l Women's Hand Turned Kid Shoes or Patent Kid, with cloth top, $1.50 and $1.00 grade. $1,111 Misses' Kid, Lace or Button Shoe, worth $1.75. 1.3!)-Hoys' Calfskin Shoes, circlet shod and every pair warranted to wear, worth $2.00 a oair. SMART & OIL CITY, PA. WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. BraiNtrer's Krf.fiit imi th Condition f Itituhif. NKW YOtlK. Aug. lT.-ltracWreefs review nf trade nhjs An inipnivi'iiiciit iili!;t. in i,me mi, I in dcnintiil is wild in trade circles this week mid full trade inav lie said to have opened iietively. While the most optl miftic reports iiiine fnuii the Northwest, p-venil lnrac nuirkets in the enrn belt semi nmre el ful reports, .based par tially upon a still further improvement V i crop condition, lmt liken isee the n " suit of the growth nf n feeling that while the yields of most en.ps will be smaller than Iksi year the prices paid for tha same will he higher and the purchasing power of the agricultural community us a whole will he little impaired. Ad vance in win at. enrn. oats and hog products support this view. Southern trade advices are marred iy damage indicted by the severe stnnn nf Weiluesilay and Thursday, which ap pears to have hurt the Louisiana rice crop severely, but it is not thought to have hurt sugar or cotton very much. Timely rains have improved cotton in the Mississippi valley and advices from the South Atlantic slates are of a lie.tvv yield. The industrial situation, if not belter ns rcL-arda the steel strike, is certainly no worse, allhonh there is talk nf a strike of print cloth mill employes at Fall lliver because nf a reduction in wnges. In textiles it is to be noted that the talk of a strike, with the necessary cur tailed production, has not streiigthe I print cloths, which ore Il-lti cent lower on the Week. Wheat, including (lour, exports for the week aggregate IMU!t.7tl bushels, lis acaiusi S.x:f2.1!i!i bushels last week ni.d Kll.'l.iHl luishels in the week last year. Wheat exports July 1 to date aggregated 44.(l72..".."2 bushels, as against l'J.'.Ul. Ois! bushels last season. Corn exports aggregate ."IIS..S07 bush els, as iiL-uiiist '.KHI.714 bushels hist week nnd 3.HI7.IIS!) bushels last year. July 1 to date exports are ll.227.KS bushels, against 2:i,i7ii.::t!l luishels last seauson. MRS. NATION WAS SLAPPED In Ktullnll..n F1r Her Attempt luliriili MCr l-'r Man's Month. PTII'A. X. Y.. Aug. 1 7.-.Mrs. Carrie Nation look in the Island Ilamlile excur sion on the St. Lawrence river Thurs day anil us a result of h.-r elToiis to sup press the nicotine hahit among the smo kers alumni the boat had her face severe ly slapped. On getting iilmurd Ihe excursion steam er she benun ii tirade, accosting every one who was smoking with the i in, aid to throw the weed away. Sim -ma-plied and some did not. Some she re lieved of tln ir cigars by force nf arms nnd some by foli c of eloiliciuc. To all, Individually mid collectively, she deliv ered her di. , tribe uguitist the evil of smoking. tilling up to Lunelle Foley of Cluyt representative of :i I'tica shoe house, she il. in. iiel. . I that he tluow his i-iL-ar into the river, lie refused and siie made a nbnrt arm jab for the weed. Foley side stepped uud countered with his open hand upon the robust check of the re former. This cue, inner ended for a time her cleauiiiL'-uii process, and sho turned her nltciitioii to the beauties of the scenery. A physician says li-ht shoes are a fchort cut to poor health, because persona wearing thctn iliead exercise. sell when the people can use it. Even half Table Linen anl Xankiii ltednecI. 6. V Linen Damask .We 7. "o Linen Damask .liV Nic Linen Damask tioc $1.00 Linen Damask 71V 1 1.25 Linen Damask tsc fl.50 Linen Damask jl.lll $2.(10 Linen Damask $.5S $2.50 Linen D.uiask ji.ti'i ReautiTul Lace trimmings and all-over laces reduced one-half one third and cn quarter. $2.00 all-over lai'es at $l.oo I. M all-over laces at 7,rj 1.25 all over laces at 1 00 all-over laces at tic 75c all-over laces at 4cp Aapkins. $1.25 Napkins 1.50 Napkins 1.75 Napkins 2 IK) Napkins 2.50 Napkins it.OO Napkins 8.50 Napkins 4.00 Napkins 5.00 Napkins 95c kl.lt) l.liSt 1.59 l.sii 2.2!t 2 S9 8.20 3.00 Yaleiic ieuiie Laee. ic ones at ;iju 8c ones at 10c ones at 70 12!c i lies at 0c l-5c ones at c 2i c ones at pH. 25c ones at 10c :Vc ones at 2Hc 50c ones at ....".30e .Shirt Waists. Colored and while at less than tho waist makers get for making them. COLORED WAISTS- The $1.25 and $1.50 Waists 79c The $1.75 and $2.00 Waists use The $2.50 and $2.75 Waists- $1.29 All White Waisla rt llalf-Price. SPECIAL- About a dozen Assorted Silk Waists, 2 or $ of a style, some were $5.00, some $0.00 and some $7..'o, all marked $2.90. Ladies' Summer Hose. 35c A 40o Fancy Drop Stitch Hose at... 25c 5 c and Mic 1-ancy Lisle Hose at 30c All our 75e Hose at 50c Men's Fancy Sox at 19o Children's Fine Ribbed Maco Cotton Hoe, sizes a to 9J, extra quality.lOe pr SILBERBERG, CANAL TONNAGE GROWING nig Oaln Noted Over rirrrMMlfiig Per iod I.n.4t Yenr, ALISAXY. Aug. 2i. The report of the tonnage on the New York state canals for the week ending Aug. I I, as given out by Colonel Partridge, supermini. lent of public works, shows thai business is still on the increase in the stale's water- I ways. The total lonuage for the week was 111. 4211, wliilj- that for the corre sponding week of Inst year wus IHI.,",!IS. a gain of 23.N2"J tons. The principal items nf increase are wheat, lumber, pulpwoml, domestic salt and bituminous coal. The wheat ship, inent from HulTalii is reaching very wonderful proportions. The correspoiul ing week bst year there was shipped 1,1110 tons, whereas this year shipme its have been 14.1174 tons. The greater proportion of the increase in tonnage is in eastern shipments, the shipments west being less than for the same period hist year. New York Day Sept. 18. HI'FFAI.O. Aug. 2H."cw York State day lit the I 'an-American will Is- Sept, lx. and an effort w ill be made to eclipse all previous records for attendance on that day. Low railroad rales have been obtained from all parts of the stale iin.t there will be a large gathering nf public men. pnlitiiians. orators and distin guished eitieus. In-side members of the Xatioiial (iuiird. The principal orator of the day will be the lion. St. Clair Mc Kelwny, editor of the ltiookl.vii Kagle, and " I the most brilliant orators uf the state. Senators Cllillineey llepew and Thomas C. Phut, t inventor It. It. Odcll an, I olheis have signified their in tention uf being present on this occa sion. ! Support nf (.rriunn TarilT Hill. P.KUI.IX. Aug. l.-The Ccrinauhi, the organ uf the centrists, or clerical party, whose attitude will determine the fate of the new tariff bill, frankly ad vises the government -to take a middle course nud to see that the bill is (irmly supported by its representatives in the reichrtag. It declares thai this is the only wav to secure the passage of the measure since the hitter is opposed by both the extreme left and the ngriiiian right, although for different reasons. The article is laketi In indicate that the cen ter is already bargaining with the gov ernment. To Fslulittftli t'liiliiriit Male Laws. F..VF.i:. Aug. 20. A iiaiional con ference id ciiuimissiouers on uniform state laws, made up nf couimissioiis cre ated for the purpose by the different states, met here yesterday to consider an Hot to establish a uniform law relative to divorce procedure. The conference also will discuss n change in the insur ance laws with a view to uniformity. Mull li.; bVmt.r for Mute fair. SYIIACl SK. Aug 17. Lieutenant fiovrnor Woodruff and the state fair commission drove to the fairgrounds y,.H. teriiay nnu loiiml that the work prepara tory to the show this year was well m. vnnci il. The new buildings 'un- nearly all completed and fast progress is Is-iu,-made ou the steel graniNlauil. llopeles. "No," she said emphatically, "I cannot bid you hope." "Why not 7" he persisted. "Well, candidly, your habits are bad." "Hut if you acknowledge me us a can didate for your hand I would reform." "Then your chances would be simply nil. You know what usually happens to tho reform candidate." Philadelphia Vettta. ' . . . . ' : . . . . . 31st Semi-Annual SalelKeep Cool! THE SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 10, AND LASTS TEN DAYS. All records have been broken by this season's tremendous business. We are on new ground with larger facilities, bigger output, bettor able than ever to serve you and carry on an aggressive warfare against high prices. NOTICE TO QUIT. Our buyer has just returned from the Eastern markets where he has bought enough merchandise to fill this store. Therefore, we have served notice on the present stock to vacate the premises in ten days from August 10th. Trice is secondary consideration. It's store room we want and must have, and to get it $60,000 Worth TEN DAYS ONLY. Men's, Uoys's and Children's Clothing, Furnishing (loods, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, Umbrellas, Rubber Clothing, Mackintoshes, and High Grade Clothing made to your order in our own shop, by UNION TAILORS of this city. Here arc a few of the The Famous McCuen Co. Ready to Wear Clothing. Men's black part wool suits sale price $ 3.0(1 Men u grey and brown and tan shades, all-wtsil suits lorrner price $7.60 sale price S."iO Men's worsted suits, light and me dium colors, bard finish, for mer price fs.fiO sale price 6 50 Men's fine worsted suits (regular $10 qualities) sale price 7. oil Men's line Knglish and Scotch suits, il'i qualities sale price 8.50 Men's line English and worsted cheviot suits, fi:i.,"iU quality sale price I'.oO Strictly high grade black and blue worsteds and sergiis, regular $15 qualities salo price 10. no All our hue high grade scmi-diess suits, of iuiporte Worsteds, $lo and f 18 qualities sale prices $1 1, fsi and 12.50 Stein, Block A Co.'a Finest Knglish and Scotch worsted suits, for mer price tJ), $-."J and $J4 sale prices $15 and lil.On Young Men's Suits. Ages 15 to 20 years. Long trousers, cut In very swell shapes, in fact our most fashionable cut with a'l the latest touches are $1 and $2 less than the abivo prices lor the same grades. Some very handsome and stylish young men's suits as low as $1. Two Thousand Pairs Men's Trousers. Men's stripe l flannel outing trous ers nail price, xi.7, to a.nu Men's best makes of jean pants. lineil ttirougiiout, Jgrailes -PW, iilie. osc Our famous Dutch coltonades, great tor service sale price l.uu Dutchess commercially all-wool trousers sale price l.- Men's strictly all-wool hair lino stripes trousers sale price l.uO Men's strictly all-wool hair line stripes trousers, former price $2.50 and $2.75 sale price 2.1 Men's all-wool trousers, $;t and $1.50 qualities sale price 2.50 Men's all-wool trouseis, f l.T.i'and $l.nn qualities sale price 3.00 Men's all-wool trousers, $1.50 and $ri qualities sale price 4. 00 Workmen's overalls and jackets, good quality, light weight den im .-. salo price 25c Union made, Erie made 45c Sole agents for the famous Carhart brand of workmen's clothes and caps. 500 Mens and Boys' Skeleton Summer Coats. Sl.tlnA or linlfll.c m.irLa.l n.i ...... nll.n. are but a third, 5oe, 75c, $1, $2 and $2.So. 1 dozen Men s Bicycle Suits to Close. $!.5U to $5 suits 6.50 to 8 suits 2.i50 Light Weight Spring and Fall Overcoats. Men's light weight overcoats, $10 quality sale price 7.50 Men a light weight overcoats, $12 quality sale prico 8.50 Men's light weight overcoats $1:1.511 quality sale price fl.50 Men's light weight overcoats, $15 quality sale price MHO Men's light weight overcoats, $10 quality sale price 12.00 Men's light weight overcoats, $i;o 'inalitv. silk lined sale nrien 15 on Mackintoshes, Crevenette Rain Coats and Rubber Clothing. Men's black and tail double texture mackintoshes ..i Hoys' black and Ian, double texture mackintoshes 2. .'si Men's rubber iroata 2.5U Hovs' rubber coats mi Crevenette lain coaU $h.iki 10.00 Our linest crevenelie Oxford rain coats, with the Kitchner j-oke, former price $25.00 sale price, 15.u0 J ust a word in conclusion. The 15oy who wore a :j-year-old Suit, when we inaugurated our first sale, takes a man's suit to-day. lie has seen us grow. "We have yet to find a man who says that he has not received lull value for every dollar he ever spent in our store. The McCuen Co., 25-29 SENECA & 12 ELM ST., OIL CITY, PA. -of- McCUEN CO., of high class merchandise will be sold at inventory prices which in many cases is but half or quarter the cost price, and in no case exceeds the present wholesale value. Ex cept only for contract goods. No Goods Charged at Sale Prices. No Deviation From Above Terms. good things : Trunks, Traveling Bags and Suit Cases, IN HASK.M EXT In (Ms ilcimrt men I ! VOU can siive enoiitrh tn hnv vonr ticL. et to the Can-Am. TKl.KSOOPKS-3 qualities, half a do.eu si.es. We quote sizes 2n, 22, and 21, the best and most used. Sale prices. (i!V use ami $1.10. , TAN-AM. SUIT CASKS-Si7.es 22, 2t and 2ii. Sale prices, $1 and $1.50, A 1,1,-LKATH KK-$ -.50 to $n.uo. Cl.Ult ilAliS-su.-, PSc, $1.10 and $1.:15. Sizes 12 to IS Inches. Filler glades ol all lether goods, in the I'Csi makes, reiluced in proportion. TKl'N KS A very lan-o assortment rang- nig in price iroin to fjii. (to si quality of riviled trunks, $1 to $d. Steamer trunks f l.50, $5 and fS. Children's Clothing. The Good Kiud. School begins soon and this department is a gold mine for mothers and boys. Double breasted 2-piece suits (short piinlsl.ages 7 to iti years $ 1.10 Doiihle-breiisted 2-pioce suits (short punts), ages 7 to Id years LPS Double-breasted 2-piece suits (short pants i ages 7 to 10 years 2.25 Double-breasted 2-piee'e suils(short panlsi.ages 7 to Id years former prices $.1.50 and $ 1 2.75 Dmililo-brcasted 2-pioco suits (short paiitsl.agcs 7 to lii years, former prices SI, 5(1 and $." :i.5ti Norlblk suits, the correct thing Tor ages (t to 12 years, former price $5 and $l :!.;,( ltussian blouse suits, ages 3 to 0 l.PS Kill suits, ages 2, 2), ;t, 31 former price $i 2.50 Medium weight lop coals, ages 3 to 12, ?." and $l qualities.....' .-1,00 Double-breasted reefer coats regu lar fall and winter weight il.RS to :t.50 5n0 boys' knee pants, P.K; to Vivi about price. Wash Suits. D. 11. wash suits, blue linen stripes, ages li to 15. former price $1.2i... Double-breasted wash linen suits, plain brown 3!Hi Fine bloiiso suits at Z price,. $l.5u to : 3.(i0 v asti knee panls less than halt price ...sale pi ice, He to The McCuen Co. I'an-Aiii. suits for play Hrciwnie overalls School hats for boys and girls, red, bluo, tan and grey llaimol 10c Children's Underwear. Sale Price I'er garment. Child'u white merino gau.o ages 3 to 12 .'. in,- Also boys' merino gau.e lOi- The .Mel'iiiii Co. boys' balbriggan 2oc llnvs' union suits ages H to Hi -42c ltnys suspenders jnc. The ideal waist, a ported troinr sup porter aie, 50 do, line, soit, ocrtio shadu merino boys' shirts ami drawers, medi um weights, $1.00 quality 25c Children's wash tains ball price. Men's Furnishings. Men's Shirts. Woiking shirts, collars attached l!'c, -12c, 5Uc The McCuen Co. cheviot shirts, col lars attached t-iig Peerless while shirts, unlaiindored, men's and lsiys Men's negligee shirt, 5o; qualities . 42- Men's negligee shirts, 75c qualities.. 50c Men's negligee shirts, $1 quality Mir Men's negligee shirts, $1.50 and $1.75 quality $ i.ou Finest Madras and while long cloth $2 quality j.a Some special hues of tho luiiii.iia Star shirts and all silk shirts, former price $2.5(1 and $1 1.75 Still' hosom lancy shirts $l..iU quali ties ;,-. Night shirts, former price 50c, $l.un ami $1.50 ...sale iric , Us-, 5e and H'.K: Pyjamas, prii-e 75c bi $1 er suit The McCuen Co. Ilaiine! negligee shirts, made of silk and wool, unshrinkable neck band $ 1.25 No Goods ou Approval. Underwear. Men's line lialbriggan shirU and drawers, reinforced seata The M.Cuen Co. Italbrlggan (regular 75c quality double-scaled drawers twin needle seemed and flilchcd) Same as the above in fancy shirts striped The McCuen Co. mesh, the hit of the season on under west Fine and strong derby rib lialbriggan eerue shade Undershirts only a surplus of shirts over drawers makes il uecessary to sell a number of lots of extra shirls at hall price, 5n,i qintlitios 7.V quali'ics $1.0(1 qualities Light weight gauze wool shirts and drawers Fine-t Uermaii makes Metalutx and Jsegar $,5 to f S5c 2.50 ah winter garments one-third oil price except only contract giKids. ill Hosiery. Hood seamless hal f hose sale price An extra quality ol last black half hose, would be good value at 25c per pair Hlaei or tan lisle thread 50 do7.. fancy half hose, as fasl in col or ax can lai made, tho entire lot at half price. 25e qualities 2 for isle qualities 75c and $1 qunlitio- Fine natural or last black all-wool hal I hitsn Extra quality tine black or 'natural color all wool Neckwear. All washable neckwear, Including stiH-ks, !4 price. Siring t(os. -i lor 5o. lut wings, KH; and 2 lor 25o. Four in-haiids, 2 for 2.":. Shield bows, 10 All silk neckwear, 2.5c qualities, 2()c; fate qualities, 42c; 75c and $1 qualities, 50c; boys' neckwear. 10c, I5c and 20c. Men's Hats. (luting hats of feather weignt 42c P.lack and brown still' derbys, latest correct shapes $1,110 $:! qua.itiea jj.on 4 qualities 2.75 Men s light colored sua fell hais.. 50c Men's line fur soft hats, browns and pearls, $2.25 and $ t qualities 2.00 $3 50 and $4 qualities 2.75 Straw bats, all that wore $1 or under 25o $1.25 to $1.75 ,v,e 2-HMo 2.50 7Sc 3.1 Kl to 5.00 i.uo Umbrellas. ."i00 special twilled gloria fast black nickle triuimeil haudles.tho very latest construction; they were a cinch our buyor ran against bv accident sale price'$l,00 Higher grades umbrellas in proportion. Some tine ail silk ladies' umbrellas'of the finest grades, one-third oir in price. Boys' Furnishings. Hoys' sweaters, $1.25 qualities !c Hoys' sweaters, 5Uo quality 42c Midget sweaters, ages 3 to'7 years.tine worsted wisd, yl.oonnd $1.25 "5c Children's lust black bull' hose, Ine quality 3 lor 35e lliaek Cat quulity, 2'k; quality 20c Some Plums for the Ladies. Ladies' white duck bats ,a)c Knox shape felt bats, hall price $1,011 to $2.00 Inli(!s' mraw hals, Knox shapes, half price $1,00 to $2.50 Ladies' Slar shirt waists 1,511 Ladies' stocks ami bat wings 25c Ladies' golf sweaters half price 1.50 Ladies' can't slip belts 400 to fisc If you cnu'l suceecil we'll help you do it, HOT PLATES GAS RANGES. We've got tlietn in all ft vies and sell litem at small mar gin. They solve 'he hot weather prolilem by keeping yclur bouse cool while you are COOKING THE MEALS. Conic in iiikI See Them ami iivt Price HARDWARE. Our stock of Heavy and Shell Hardware, Liimht-riuah's Sup plies, Stoves, Katics, Kic , is the most complete in this sect inn. I'aiuls. Oils, and au artist to pul it mi if you want. Call and see the new Summer Gas Stove. It is a marvel. SCOWDEN TIOHSTEST.A.. siaiiMjliiiiiiiil.il fi ii i -nil ii is what you can got if you want a . . . . DteMQXi) BhG or anything in tho jewelry lino by go ing to UdiivErFnrm The LKADING .IKWELICi:. 32SKNKCA Kl., (II I, ( I T Y, VA. Ul'GL'STMoSck OFTICIA1T. Ollico i .1 7 National Bank liuildiir, OIL CITY, PA. Kyea examined free. Exelutdvnlv optical. 13 Weeks For 25 Cts. For tt bri((hti, -- ami liiut te.ntiir In 1 1 1 tuut iT wwWlr ft-ornng i-it.r i-utili-hd. Hnrlliiit Mff, UH Daiido HhlK, l'Mlit M I Hi (f) i i tltM is h (; dg ii a. HIM1 l.SI8 M MFy' i, -12 3: i Cu fewji ;j if t IS ' 'it v U 5 C nuiliontf od Disitdri litlftin'Mt ti W ' 1 11km Ball. Trip 6!ii..ti!,f. ltiliianl. V' ndfcimlreJfft-Tt. t l--tfiror 1 1, Hi hind nitlibr. F-Tth-piirj-m I I' uf inlndii'iniT it in nt-w 1Mthtit-i, Ml:( we will Mnl it lliirtw"! wwkitf'.f -y, I I , (tAtupfj. biiBiitlortriJrott. Aildrcii & entirely, keep as cool as you can and if you'll take ou? advise and uo AND 6c CLARK. CALIFORNIA. COLORADO AND UTAH. Speeial Iiw Summer Kxeuraion Kalea to all iointa. I'ernonallv condiictnil I'ull man Tom ist Sleepily I'ara. PerMiimllv condiieted tour loSan Kran cineo, Cal., account (ieueral Cotivenlioii KpUcopal Church. Tickets on sale Sept. i-nd to 7lh. (food retiirniiiK until Nov. itli, with atop over priviloitea. (uickoat and heat lit e to OKLAHOMA, AND INDIAN TERRITORY. Only line with Doulile Daily Throuuh Service. HiniiiK Cara and Kree Hecliii Inir Chair Cars, Kaateat train aervice to Ihelamu BEAUMONT, TEXAS, OIL FIELDS. Through Nlecpiui; car from Chicai! w ilhout elianite and throimh Hleepinn ear riwervat irom Cincinnati via Meui- pliiB, 'leiin,, to HOT SPRINGS, ARK. Special lliimeseekera' KxcnrHiiuiii to all poinlN .South, U c.-t anil North Wct. Kor I' KKK descriptive matier and full parlictilara regarding aliove, ad Ireaa E. A. RICHTER, T. P. A. 1 Park lluildiiit;, Pittahurg, Pa, D. P. FREDERICKS, VL D. (Kye, Kar, Nose and Throat Specialist.) (Hlico Houra-Ha. in. to 1 p. in. ' Kxcept Tliuradaya.) Careful altention (riven to furiiishiiijr ail kinds of Klaasea. ARLINGTON BLOCK, OIL CITY, PA JORKN'ZO FULTON, Manufacturer of and Dealer In HARNESS. COLLARS, BRIDLES, And all kinds of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. I lONKsTA. PA.