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A Special and timely Sale of Need ed Things. The Best values Yet Offered. No wonder our Store is always busy. We are meeting with wonderful Bticess these days, and its supreme value giving (hat's doing it. A number of woudrously good specials for this week. STYLISH COATS AT ABOUT HALF. 1'erbaps this is stretching it a hula yet we are s eulbusiaslic over a re Ceut lucky purchase that they look to be Wirth almost twice the prices charged. There's two lines of them, bought from a manufacturer who needed rnooey, and wheu you find them in this condition it usually means that you gel the goods at about your own price. At $!).!I0 we've marked one lot ami we feel safe in saying they're well worth 815 00 They're tu-de nf good, wearable kersey, iu castor. Hark tan ant black; lined throughout with twilled satin; made in the latest box t fleet, and altnpethor a stylish ser viceable coat; sizes 32 to 40. At 813 'JO, the price we put nn the other lot. we claim the greatest value that will be showu for the money this seasou. In everv respect its a 820 00 garment, and is the equal of any that will be fiund elsewhere at that price Is made of English kersey, lined with heavy coating satin; style full three quarter length, h ilf box effect, hand some parl buttons; colors, castor, beaver and blank; size :!2 to 40. ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE BLACK SATEEN SKIRTS AT 68c. About fve weeks ago we had a special lot of 25 dozen black Petti coats advertiseil at 9Ni In two days the whole lot were sold, and although we immediately reordered them, so great has beeu the demand on the manufacturers that w.' have only just received them. To those who have beeu patiently waiting they'll be on sale tomorrow, plenty of them, at same old pries 93c and they're as good as any skirt ever sold at twice this price. Kll M1TTKNJ AT ! A PAIK. Aoout 10 or 15 dozen fleeced lined Kid mittens, sizes for children and women origiuallv were 50c and 81 but they're imper'ect, hiving spots on them caused by dampness. Inter feres with looks but not the wear. SMART & SILBERBERG, OIL CITY, PA. UBOII mifffECIED Why Republican Candidates Are Strong In the Coal Regions. PARTY LEADERS ARE POPULAR Many Bills Passed at the Last Session of the Legislature In the Interest of the Miners Are Not Forgotten By the Voters. A special dispatch from Pottsville says that the Republican leaders in the coal region counties are confident of polling a large vote for the whole Re publican ticket this fall on account of the great satisfaction expressed among the coal miners over the leg islation procured for the interest of the workingmen at the last session of the legislature. The committee of the Miners' organi zation that spent all winter at Harris burg watching legislation returned home with many victories to their credit. For years the miners had been knocking at the door a of the general assembly for remedial legislation but (here was always some obstacle pre sented to their getting what they wanted. The outcome of the session waa so gratifying that at a recent convention of miners, when supporters of the In surgents attempted to have passed resolutions condemning the recent leg islature, they were promptly suppress ed by the delegates in the convention. Enumeration of a few of the meas ures passed In the Interest of miners, showing the solicitous concern ihe Re publican leaders have for the laboring interests of the state is given: The "powder bill," which was de mended by the miners and which be came a law, provides tnal all kega of powder shall contain not less than 25 pounds, and that no one but ihe origi nal owner shall refill a keg for aale. The practice among unscrupulous oper ators had been to buy kegs In which standard grades of powder bad been sold and refill them with damp powder of an inferior grade. Frequently these kegs, which were supposed to contain 25 pounds, were two or three pounds short. The bill provides a penalty of (500 for each violation of the provi sions of this act. MANY GOOD BILLS. The "medical bill," which was passed and signed by Governor Stone, provides that there shall be a room at the bot tom of the shaft or mine, not less than eislit feet by ten feet, which shall con tain a bed, bandages, splint, cotton and medical appliances for the proper treatment of miners who are hurt in the mines or otherwise hurt, and who If taken out of the shaft iLto the opea air might be fatally affected by a sud den change of temperature. This act is designed to avoid the necessity of transferring injured persons to hos pitals when that is undesirable. The "mine Inspectors' bill" did aot become a law until after a hard light. It provides for an increase In the ns.ni- ber of miue Inspectors from fbr toyudur.-I itubms Hi-pateli. Kill (il.OVKN AT 3t(r A PAIK. If you wear 5), 5 or 6 this will interest you. Ia this lot are 81 50 gloves, uoue less than 81 00, aud the only thing the matter with tbeiu is the sizes. We bave altogether too many small sizes. IMtKKWKAK DAYS, THRfR. There's beeu a sniff" of Jack Frost ihes-j nights, just euough ogive one t Irieudly feeling for heavy under wear. We'll have several special lots on sale tor these days. At 35c a lot of odds, aud euds of Men's and women's shirts and draw era that were 50o and Too. At o!c a lot of odds and ends of Women's shirts and pants, about 15 dozen in all; some were 81 aud some 81 25. A splendid lot as far as qual ity is concerned, and wonderfully cheap. At 4c Ladies' Ooeita style union suits, in white aud natural; all sizes. ;kkat miok okkku at ei.sn. ' Here is an opportunity to secuie women's patent leather aud fine kid shoes of splendid qua ilv aud excel lent style in the newest shapes. Fiftt of all bear in mind that these shoes are strictly hig , grade; are well made will fit right and are up-to-date. They are not a lot of odds and ends, but desirable fall coods, and stamped with the maker's price on them, 83. The price 82.29 is a special price. WO.MKVS MTOUM HOOTS. High-cut enamel box calf with double sole, rope-stitched extension edge, new "camel's hump" toe, an exclusive fad, here only i t 83. BOYS' F.U.I. NIIOIX. Siogle or double soles, built for haid service, at 81.45; small sizes, 8125. ;im.s' fai.i. siioks. A special value in girl's s-hool shoes, in calfskin and heavy dougola with good, stout durable soles; sizes 11 to 2. 8139; sizes 8i to 11, 81.19. io. anu proviues tnal ins inspectors shall be elected by the people Instead of appointed by the governor, aa baa been the practice. This bill was passed on account of complaints of miners of the inability of the mine inspectors to make the requisite number of in spections. Some Inspectors have aa many as 40 collieries to Inspect every month. The new law requires that all candidates to be voted for for mine inspectors shall have passed an ex amination before the mine examining board, with an average of at least 90 per cent. THE STORE ORDER BILL. The famous "store order" bill, which attracted attention owing to the pecu liar methods resorted to in the effort to block its passage, was passed after many obstacles had been overcome. This bill is regarded by the miners as one of the most meritorious measures of the session. It provides for pay ment of wages of all employes in cash and prevents a continuance of the sys tem of granting orders on different stores In some of which the mine oper ators have a financial interest. The result of the passage of this bill Is already shown in a changing of the methods of certain corporations, which are now paying in cash instead of by checks. Orders, cash books, etc., given In lieu of wages, shall be taxed 25 per cent. All of these bills were signed by Governor Stone without hesitation. The committee of the mine workers of the Schuylkill region that were the last in attendance at Harrisburg were more successful than any other dele gation that had been looking after any interests. They closely followed all their bills and were persistent in pres sing for their passage. Labor Airltatnr IiHllrtvil. JAMESTOWN. X. Y., Oct. l.l.-The Chautiimpiu maud jury took action yes terday tl.nt limy have nil important lenr ing on iriini.rd hil.or thi'nuejinut the country. iJcnrgi' .M. limitncr, the gca- crnl or;;?iiii7.iT nr ihe Iuteriictinunl Union of Woodworker, was indicted and ralgncd on the charge of licing a pulilic nuihiint-c on uccount of his repeated ef forts to induce tlM- employes of the funi Iturc l:iitti-K- of tins city tu go ou strike. although lie failed in his puriemc. The iuilictmiiit recites that (iuntner iliil "foist ly, I'uliiwt'iilly, lniilicinuxly, crim inally. puMidy iiihI persistently make false statements to the tahni-ing men of Jamestown mid did thereby greatly in jure and damage the property of the em ployer nl such bilsir. (iuntner is now in jail intuiting trial oil the charge. FmDvlit Tax Valuatl, oa. ALBANY, Oct. l.'i.-The t;ilo board of tax coininissioiiers yesterday gave out a statement showing the totals of fran chise Ins valuations during the ti;cnl year which closc-l Oct. I Inst iu each -oiinty of the Mule. The total valuation jf all franchises, taxed is if J."ii;,l."i.7ii.", as compared with JJil.7ir2,7'i!i, the ag gregate ef the valuations during the pieeeiling year. The reduction iu the main is due to the npi-ntl hu of chapter -l!KI of the laws of 1 '. : 1 . which exclude "crossing" from !.iation under the -valuations lkJiri.7Hl.-VX are on city fran chises and ."ll.-li'UM on town fran chises. In gem in' ilipl' moo.v is docepliou with TdeaMir: niMros rud n "runt-mnicc nf nn'nn,,n ipMHW I IS M Ai The Junior Senator Defends Phila delphia From Partisan Attacks, 13 A UNION PARTY 8CHEME Seek to Discredit Republicanism Throughout the State By Assailing Republican Administration of Af fairs In the Quaker City. In their efforts to discredit the Re publican organization In Philadelphia and thereby weaken the party through out the state, the politicians and the newspapers allied in the cause of the Union party have been most persistent In maligning and traducing the mu nicipal government of the Quaker City. Senator Boles Penrose made an able and brilliant defense of Philadelphia and challenged her critics to prove their assertions in a speech before an Immense audience a few nights ago la the southern section of that city. PENROSE SI'EAKS FOR HIS CITY. Among other things, Senator Pen rose said: The present campaign has been char acterized by so mi':h misrepresenta tion and vituperation that the voters of this comity ce it to themselves and to the honor of the great city to which they belong to repudlntethereck less, unscrupulous and baseless abuse which has been heaped upon the fair name of the city by political malcon tents. In this great Republican city the present county ticket should be sustained by a substantial Republican majority as a rebuke to methods most unwarranted and Injurious. The offices to be filled are county offices. The people of Pennsylvania have always believed in a non-partisan Judiciary. Judges Martin and Ralston, serving at the present time by appoint ment of the governor In court of corn men pleas No. 5, are admittedly quali fied In every way for the Judicial posi tion, and, having already made a com mendable and acceptable record In the discharge of their duties, would ordi narily be elected without opposition. The candidate for district attorney, Mr. Weaver, having been unanimously nominated by a convention in which his opponent, Mr. Rothermel, was not even named, although directly invited to become a candidate by a committee of lawyers, might be expected to re ceive the support of his party at the polls. The whole county ticket Is composed of good men, against whose record and qualifications not a word can be said, but for purely factional reasons, the nature of which is becoming well un derstood, and which I will not more than refer to now. Outside issues have been brought Into the campaign In or der to becloud the real issues, deceive the people and injure the Republican party. The good name of the city of Philadelphia has been assailed, and our city has been held up, not only to the voters of this community, but through the efforts of an industrious literary bureau, to the people of the whole United States, as a sink of po litical iniquity and corruption. It is difficult to imagine that motives of hatred or revenge will Impel any one to perpetuate such gross and Infamous slanders and misrepresentations upon their own city. NO LEGITIMATE ISSUE. Legitimate criticism of public affairs is not for one moment to be condemned or curtailed. There are always a suffi cient number of abuses in any con siderable community to Invite and to Justify exposure and correction, but the legitimate objects of fair criticism completely fail when charges against puhlic officials and methods are filled with such bitter partisanship, vituper ation and misrepresentation that they are resented by the community for their except; and whatever element of truth may exist Is lost amid the clouds of falsehood. Thus by the very excess of abuse the cause of good government Is frequency imperiled and even for the time beiEg, li st. I venture the as sertion, without fear of contradiction, that almost every one of the charges which are broadly and dally made against the general character of the government of the city of Philadelphia nre absolutely false, and are recklessly made with the knowledge that they are false. It is a remarkable fact that amidst the many charges involving misappro priation and malfeasance concerning the city disbursements the Republican candidate for the office of city controll er has received the indorsement of those who are chiefly Instrumental In disseminating these charges. He has served two terms in the important office of controller, having been nomi nated and elected by the Republican party, and yet not one dollar can be lisbursed from the city treasury of Philadelphia without his consent. There Is not a large corporation In the United States around the disburse ments of which are placed more safe guards or which are required to be passed through more separate and in dependent persons than are placed and required by the corporation of the city of Philadelphia. There is not another city In the United States that can make a more splendid showing of financial condi tion than can the city of Philadelphia, and this financial condition has not only been maintained for many years, but has continued to show marked im provement to the present time. Thus, in 1895, there was an apparent exoess of expenditures oVer receipts, arising from various reasons, several pertain ing to the state revenues and to delay Women and Jewels. Jewels, candy, flowers, man that is the order ot a woman s preferences. Jewels torm a magnet of mighty power to the average woman, r.ven that greatest of all jewels, health, is often ruined in the strenuous effort to make or save the money to purchase them. If a woman will risk her health lo get a coveted gem, then let her fortiliy herself against tho in siduoiifi consequence of cough-, colds and bronchial alliictions by the regular usb of Ir. Uoschee's Herman Syrup. It will promptly arrest consumption in iu early stage and heal the atl'eeteil lunus and broneliial tubes and drive the dread dis ease from the system. It is not a ruin all, but it is a certain cure for caughs, colds and all bronchial troubles. (Jet Green's Special Almanac. ia certain state payments, out, or course, met and not affecting the solv ency of the city, but nevertheless In volving an actual deficit of $1,839, 7U0.S2. In there was a similar deficit of $l,-i59,59.03; in 1S97 there was a similar delicti of $S;S.325.61. and in 1SSS a detlclt of $0.2S2.20. Ou the other hand, in 1S99, the first year of the present city administra tion, there was actually an excess of receipts over expenditures, or a sur plus of $'S7.41t. and In the year 1900, the second year, an excess of receipts and a surplus of $tU.SSt. In the third and present year the controller esti mates a surplus of $106,207.70. Besides this steady improvement in the relation between receipts and dis bursements, we have another remarka ble fact in relation between the munic ipal debt authorized and the municipal debt canceled under the last three ad ministrations. In the Stuart admluls t ration the debt authorized was $17, S20.C0O, and the debt maturing and canceled was J17.H2.U0. In the War wick administration the debt authoriz ed was $lS.r."i6.lKH, and the debt can celed $14,til9.9:5. while under the pres ent administration the debt authorized is $12,000,000, and the debt canceled $12,19 l.ooO. This exhibit of debt au thorized and debt canceled for the last ten years is most satisfactory In that the city has not been greatly Increas ing Its debt, but It is most remarkable in view of the many charges recklessly made that iu the last three years the debt canceled has actually been In ex cels of the debt authorized. Even with a costly filtration plant under construction, we have an actual decrease lit the funded debt after a lapse of 21 years and 8 months, of $2,lt!2,4t4.5. The city of Philadelphia can bear comparison with any other city In the I'nited States or anywhere else. We have more miles of improved pavements than any other city lu the world. Any citizen in the transaction of his daily affairs can look about aud see that our streets ate kept clean and well paved. 1 doubt if there '.s a large community In the present or iu the past anywhere in which there Is a higher moral toue among the people aud in which there are fewer forms of vice and haunts of dissipation or evil, or wherein they are move quickly suppressed than In this community, There is certaluly no community In all history where there is a greater in dividual prosperity of the average man than is found here. It has always been our boast that our city Is the city of homes, and we still maintain our repu tation in this respecL In the enuuiera tion of dwelling houses compiled from the assessors' books for the year 1900 we find that the total number of dwell ing's in this city Is 262.773. We also find that the number of assessed taxa bles for the approaching election is 337,625. Making duo allownuce for the increase iu the number of houses since the last enumeration and class! fication was compiled, bringing it down to recent date of the. assessors' list of taxables, we have every reason to be lieve and to declare that the separate dwelling houses In the city of Phila delphia was very nearly equal In nuui her to the number of male Individuals. We enn, therefore, conclude that every voter in Philadelphia lives in his own separate dwelling or under conditions approximating thereto, showing there by a condition of well being not even approached by any other large city The people iu Philadelphia will como to realize, if they do not uow realize, the true condition of affairs. They can not long be deceived, and they are not now deceived to any extent by the gross partisan misrepresentation of municipal affairs. What abuse may prevail should be opened to the most searching light and can be corrected by an intelligent people without be smirching with Ignominy and shame the fair name of a great and prosperous community. A Great Discovery. Not Made by Acident, Great discoveries are not always mailt by accident but often by perseverance constant study and experience. Such 1 the case that resulted in the discovery ol Thompson's Barosma which is remarkable for its cures in Kidnev, Liver and bladdet troubles, also Sciatic Rheumatism Barosma is remarkable also in the fact that the cure it make are PenxuaeiV.. A Serious Case Easily Cured. The third do of Thonip ions' Baros.ua made me fee! like anew man. 1 sut! :rc about a year with piin in the back, side and groin. My hands, arms, and sile o face became iiumb ; would wake up nnuilj all over; bad to uct out of bed and g through gymnastic exercises to get asleep. I made up mv timid to Fill out th jewelry business, as I lost thirty poiimV of flesh in one year. I am very thanktu I took Thompson s Ilarosma ami s remain in Titusvillc. Auv person fbVte as I was call call on J. J. Borne, jeweler, 2Q West Hpnnj; street, and learn :irit Barosma, Backache, Liver, Kidney am Lumbago Cure did for me. It i a val i able remedy. The aliove cure was cIT. ed five years ago and I have been well ever since. J. J. lttJK.MJ. Cured ia Four Days. Aliout twenty years njj; I contricte.l sprain and lumbago, causing numbness iu back and hips, which cO!i!i;ie l nu my bed. Ca;t. S. R Smith ca'led on to aud said : "(let a hottle of Thomp.oif Barosma," which I di-l tak-n ; lae d i and to my surprise in about four days rolled out of bed a well man. Allium this was twenty years aijo, I have lm no return of the svniptoois sin -e. (Signed) JOHN P. PI I- i-"l;K'.. Sept. 1st. 17JO. S-ikir'c. I'.i All druggists, $1.00 a bottle or six foi Lovn is not b.-lif so Los An ji les Herald. blind as i. hate. Nirlc-ken Willi l'Rrnlvl. Ilenilerson Urimelt, 01 tins place, was ftricken with partial paralysis and com plctply limt the use of one arm ami si lo, Alter being treated by an eininant phvs Irian fur quite a while without a reliel my wife ricominomled Chamberlain'i Pain liilin, and after usinu two bottles nf It he is almost entirely cured. Ooo. It, MeDonahl, Man, Logan county, W. Va, Hoveral other very reoiarkaljio cures o: partial paralysis have been etlooted by the use of this liniment. It is mosi widely known, however, as a cure fo rheumatism, sprains and Bruises. Soli bv Killinnr ItrOs, Tionesta, ami W, U. w ilk ins, West Hickory. IT PAVQ TO AIIVKKTISK in I I M 1 O THIS PAPKK. Quay Meets the President "What Is this Ihe Washington dis patches tell us Senator Quay act ually called upon the President, was really received with cordiality and ur gently invited to stay to dinner?" asks the Wllkcsbarre Leader. How awful! from an insurgent standpoint. And yet It Is not strange when we remem ber that Mr. Roosevelt would not now be President had not Mr. Quay In sisted upon making him vice presi dent. Why shmildnt he no coruiauy received at the White House and urged to dine with the President? But the news grates harshly upon In surgent ears, nevertheless. Anil nan was there, too, Just the day before. The Union Party's Make-up. The so-called Union party." says the Philadelphia Inquirer, "is com posed of a curious :,'.txtnre. There are Democrats of tl.e Gordon and mc- Clure stripe, professional reformers, and followers of Wanumakoriam." A lireut Itallnay. The Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Hallway Co. owns and operates b.oOu miles ol thoroughly equipped railway. Hit operates its own Sleeping Ci rs and llinlng Cam, and the service is lirst-class n very rcspeet. it Iraveises the best portion 01 ilie Slates ol Illinois, Wisconsin, the I pper eimisiiU of Michigan, low. Missouri, Minnooota. South and North Pakota. It runs electric lighted, steam heated trains. It has Hip absolute block system. It iisos all modern kopimiuvs lor the coinlorl and safety of lis patron. lis train employes are civil ami ooug- nu. It tries to give each passenger "value received" lor Inn money, and II asks everv man. woman ami eniiii ut bnv tickets over the Chicago, Milwaukee it' Si. Paul Hailway for it is A lueal Kallwav. Tune tables, man and information furnished on application lo John U. Pott, IMstrnt Passenger Agent, Hiu 1'ara mug., Pittsburg. iu V H Shirt Perfection, That's the Star. We are showing iheir complete i ne simultaneously with the best Broadway and Fifth Avenue retailers While Stiff Bosoms, prices 1, 1 50 and 12 Colored bttff Husoiu, prices $1 50 and t'2 The patterns and fabrics of the STAi; FANCY SHIKT FOR GEN TLEMEN are exclusive anil cann l he had in the cheap iiniiationk. The White Full-Drcfs Shirts have hren the standanl of correctness for a gen eratiou in rsew lork Ihe limt.ed supply has prevented people outside the metropolitan cilio? frnn, petting them. The HOY'S STAli SHIUT WAISTS are here for you in the new fall styles. THE McCUEN CO. ai AND 29 SENECA SI. OIL CITY, PA. CALIFORNIA Via w Orleans nail the HnniM-1 Home. THE ONLY TRUE WINTER ROUTE Knew lllorkmles llllxxurilN. The only line operating double dally service between Cincinnati iV New Or leans, carrying Pullman Pnlnce Drawing Kihiiii Sleepers, free lteellniiig Chair Cars ami Mullet, Library, Smoking Cars, Cafe Diniiu Cars, (meals at Is carte.) Ftnent and Fastest Trains In Ihe Kouln. Pullman Excursion Sleeping Curs through to San Francisco from Chicago, viaOmahaanil the scenic line ol the world, Pullman Excursion Sleeping Cars thloiieh to San Francisco from Cincinnati and Chicago, via New Orleans and the Sunset route. These ears are personally conducted by competent agents to look alter the wellare of patrons. Quickest ami best line to OKLAHOMA & INDIAN TER. Fastest train service to the famous EEAUIVIONT.TEX., 01 L FIELD ThroiU'li Sleeping Car from Chicago without change anil through Sleeping Car reservations from Cincinnati via Memphis, Teon., to HOT SPRINGS, ARK. ' Njircial JTometfclcrrii' EXCT'RSIOXS 10 nit paints Nouin, II em a' Aortnwea, For Free descriptive matter and full particulars regarding above, address E. A. RICHTER, Trav. Pass. Ant 12 Park lluilding, Pittsburg, Pa, D. P. FREDERICKS, 1I. D, (Eyo, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, (illice Hours III a. 111. to 3 p, 111. ( Except Thursdays.) Careful attention given to furnishing all kinds ol glasses. ARLINGTON BLOCK, OIL CITY, PA 13 Weeks Fo? 25 Cts. Fr the brifihtPjt, ntwreat IfewZillleU lr M;r!iliua ):.. '.-fl-iutiirrity ob rtwrj I' tiii ti iiii H ? ilia 1. 1 I, J r-:; tM' . Lit enJ kiniJn-Uiii-r't, 'i It U-t )rrof of I ntr iJurirn II ill u l-n n lit i i, v.lll i-en'l Ht'.irtej v wk f- r""e. ((t.v.ipaj. tiuu; :u. Irew. Addrtii, Hrtliiff Mfe. 4UH Dando HM. I' hi S. fl. HASLET & GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND- UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA, PENN. - M w-' --sa M NOW IS THE TIME OUES IS THE PLACE TO GET .A. 1 We liaye the Guest liue in this section We've a ,. ,.. GUNS and at you'll want something ot Ihe kiud for ihe earning season we are pre pared to fit you nut with a hammer gun or a liatntnerless, at prices that will astnnish you. Ilnnlinir coats, ammunition and everything 'u that line. Our stock of HEAVY and SHELF HAlUAVAKE is more complete than ever and, as usual, we can save you money on anything in our stock. SCOWDEN MARIENVILLE B HARDWARE & MACHINE 1 COMPANY. J lard ware. Mill Sttiit (':, etc. . . . Mill Machinery llcpalrcd Prompt I;. Shafting, Pulley ami Pillotr Hlwkn Ft ni tilted ni Short Xotlce. NEW AND COMPLETE LINE 0F RUBBER Shell" Hard are, Iron, Nails aud Tools at (lie Lowest Market Trice, ftoves of all kinds. IVifcel Olive Ranges a Specialty; Guaranteed to Bake. Aies, Pea vy Cant Hooks, Spuds, Atkins' Hutu) I'roscul, liaud and Circular Saws, Returned il UusaMsrarlnry. Abra sive Emerv Wheels. E. A. YETTER. MANACER, MARIENVILLE, PA. ssWMBSUttUeBMiiiriMHnt'iitSfla Ft 3 THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, OK TIONESTA, - PENN. S. S. CANFIELO, PROPRIETOR. Good Stock, (lood Carriages and Itog gins to let upon the most reasonable terms, lie will also do CTOB TBlCIITO All orders loft at tho Post (Illice wil receive prompt, altnntion. A.C.UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Seasonable Rates. Hear or Hotel Wern er Telephone Xo. SO. lennsylvania ttAlLICOAI). liUFKALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking eirect, Sept. 22d, 1M0I. No. 30 IJuHalo Express, daily except Nunilay 11:25a.m. No. ; Oil Citv and PiiUburg Ex reHH.daily.exeept Sunday.."::! p.m. Sunday train leaven TiomiHta at....'. I:o0 a. in. and 8:12 p. in. For Hickory.Tidioute.Warren.Kinzua, Bradford, Olean and the Ka-st : No. 31 Olean Express, daily exeept Sunday 8:5." a. m. No. 3:1 Pittsburg Express, daily exeept Sunday 4::i!) p. in. Sunday train leaves for lr- vineton at ":i. p. in. For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. K. WOOD, tieneral Manager, Ueu'l 1'as.ienger Agt OIR, STOYE. rod can fit you out lo a nicely. fine stock of & CLARK. m l AND LEA J HER BEL TING, is what you can get if you want a . . . . or anything in tho jewelry lino by go ing to The LEADING JEWELEK. 82 SENECA St., OIL CITY, PA. Pi. August MoncR 5 OFTIOIAN". OfUee i "X National Hank lluilding, Olf, CITY, PA. Eves examined froe. Exclusively optical. J ORUNZO FULTON, Manufacturer of and Dealer in HARNESS. COLLARS, BRIDLES, And all kimla of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. 'I ION EST A. PA. Gives bread-winning- nines. I Uon.flttlngyonngmenforactnal datlc.o! life. For circulars, ad f drega r. DUFF & BOSH. I