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Smart k Silberberg.
A Special and timely Sale of Need ed Things. The Best values Yet Offered. No wonder our Storo it always busy. Wo are meeting with wonderful (uccesi these days, and its supreme value giving that' doing it. A number of wondrously good specials for this week. STYLISH COATS AT ABOUT HALF. Perhaps this is stretching it a little yet we are eutbusiaatio iver a re cent lucky purchase that they look to be Wi.rth almost twice the prices charged. There's two liues of theni, bought from a manufacturer who needed money, and when you find them in this condition it usually means tbat you get the good at about your own price. At $9.00 we've marked one lot and we feel safe in sayiog they're well worth $15 00. They're ra'de of good, wearable kersey, in castor, dark tao and black; lioed throughout with twilled satio; made in the latest box i flee i, and altogethor a stylish ser viceable coat; sizes 32 to 40. At $13 00, the price we put on the other lot, we claim the greatest value tbat will be showu for the money this season. In everv respect its a $"20 00 garment, aud is the equal of any that will he found elsewhere at that price Is made of English kersey, lined with heavy coating satin; style full three quarter length, half box effect, hand some pearl buttons; colors, castor, beaver and black; sizes 32 to 40. ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE BLACK SATEEN SKIRTS AT 98c. Alxml five weeks ago we had a special lot of 25 dozen black Petti coals advertised at 08c. Iu two days the whole lot were sold, and although we immediately reordered them, so great has been the demand oil the manufacturers that w.'have only just received them. To those who have been patiently waiting they'll he ou sale tomorrow, plenty of them, at same old pries 98c aud they're as good as any skirt ever sold at twice this price. Kilt MITTENS AT Ilk- A PAIK. Ahout 10 or 15 dozen fleeced lioed Kid mittens, sizes for children and women origiuallv were 50c snd $1 but they're imper'ect, having spots on them caused hy dampness. Inter feres with looks but not the wear. SMART & OIL CITY, PA. GRATEFUL TO RUSSIA. With Her Help Hint. Dep.rtmrnt la Con. Acle-nt of Keivimy Miss filns Life. WASHINGTON. Oct. -.-J There has been no report since Saturday nt t In state department from Turkey or Bul garia tonetiii.K Miss Stone's case. The nfHcinl, however, are still council-;. t that they will siu-ceed in Kiring her life. It in gathered that the friendship of th Itussinn .trorrriiiiicut has mm h to do with the i-onliilciiee of the ntliciiils here. That government bus responded in the most cordial spirit to the nppi-al of the state department, which was unable itself from geographical ami political reasons to ex ert pressure upon the government of Bulgaria. The Turkish government has for its part responded in the same spirit to the appeal of the United States and altogether the two governments. Turkisu and Bulgarian, prohaldy have been put to a dcirree of expense equal to the amount of the ransom demanded ly Miss Stone's enptorj in the military op erations they have ulready directed iu her interests. Mrs. McKinlxy lining Mri-ljr. CANTON, O., Oct. L'L Surgeon Gen eral Steruls-rg of Washington left Inst night for Columbus where he goes on orlicifll business, lie was a guest at the McKinlcy home yesterday. It is given out that he stopped here merely ns nn old friend of the SlcKinlevs to make a so cial call on Mrs. McKinlcy. She is said to be "doing nicely." There was no change in her condition that called tor the professional attendance of Surgeon General Sternberg. A Great Discovery. Not Made by Accident Great discoveries are not always mailt by accident but often by perseverance, constant study and experience. Such was the case that resulted in the discovery ol Thompson's Barosma which is remarkable for its cures in Kidney, Liver and bladder troubles, also Sciatic Rheumatism. Barosma is remarkable also in the fact that the cures it makes are Permanent A Serious Case Easily Cured. The third dose of Thompsons' Barosma made me feel like a new man. I suffered about a year with pain in the back, side and groin. My bauds, arms, and side of face became numb ; would wake up numb all over ; had to get Out of bed and go through gymnastic exercises to get asleep. I made up my mind to sell out the jewelry business, as I lost thirty pounds of flesh in one year. I am very thankful I took Thompson's Barosma and shall remain in Titusville. Any person ffiicted as I was can call on J. J. Borne, jeweler, 29 West Spring street, and learn what Barosma, Backache, Liver, Kidney and Lumbago Cure did for me. It is a valu able remedy. The above cure was effect ed five years ago and I have been well ever since. J. J. BORNE. Cured in Four Days, About twenty years ago I contracted a sprain and lumbago, causing numbness in back and hips, which confined me to my bed. Capt. S. R. Smith called on me and said : "Get a bottle of Thompson's Barosma," which I did taking large doses and to my surprise in about four days I rolled out of bed a well man. Although this was twenty years ago, I have bad no return of the svmptoms since. (Signed) . JOHN P. PIEFFER, Sept. 1st. 1900. Selkirk, Pa All druggists, $1.00 a bottle or six foi 5o. KID ;t.OVK.x AT 39c A PAIR. If you wear 5, 5 or 6 this will interest you. Iu this lot are $150 gloves, ooue less thau $1 00, and the only thing the matter with them is the sizes. We have altogether too many small sizes. t'MIKKWKAR HAYS, TIIKfK. There's been a sniff of Jack Frost theso uights, just euough ogive one a friendly feeling for heavy under wear. We'll have several special Iota ou sale tor these days. At 35c a lot of odds, and euds of Meo s and womeu s shirts and draw ers that were 50c and 75c. At 50c a lot of odds and ends of Women's shirts and pauts, about 15 dozeo in all; some were $1 aud tome $1.25. A splendid lot as far as qual ity is concerned, and wonderfully cheap. At 48o Ladies' Oneitastyle union suits, in white and natural; all sizes. tilt EAT SIIOK OFFKK AT 82.20. Here is an opportunity to secure women's patent leather and fine kid shoes of splendid quality and excel lent style in the newest shapes. First of all bear in mind that these shoes are slrictly big grade; are well made will fit right and are up-to-date. They are not a lot of odds and ends, but desirable fall goods, and stamped with the maker's price oo them, $3. The price $2.29 is a special price. WO.MKVN STORM BOOTS. High-cut enamel box calf with double sole, rope-stitched exteosion edge, new "camel's hump" toe, an exclusive fad, here only i t S3. nOVS' FALL MIIOKM. Single or double soles, built for haid service, at $1.45; small sizes. $1 25. UIKI.S' FALL SHOKS. A special value in girl's school shoes, in calfskin and heavy doogola with good, stout durable soles; sizes 11 io 2, $1 30; sizes 8 to 11, 1.19. SILBERBERG, A Great Railway. The Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway Co. owns and operates 8,600 miles of thoroughly equipped railway. It operates its own Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars, and the service is tlrst-class in every respect. 11 traverses tue Deal portion or the States or Illinois, Wisconsin, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, South and North Dakota. It runs electric lighted, steam heated trains. It has the absolute block system. It MHP. all mfutarn innlianiM. tnm II:. comfort and safety of its patrons. Ita train employes are civil and oblig ing. It tries to give each passenger "value received" for bis money, and It asks every man, woman and child to huv tickets over the Chicago, Milwaukee f- St. Paul Railway for it In A Oreat Time tables, maps and information furnished on application to John R. Pott, District Passenger Agent, 810 Park Bids-., PitLsburg. 10-9-31 Your Glad Clothes In the language of Billy Bax ter raeaDs your Best Suit. You'll be glad if you get one of our NEW FALL STYLES glad every time you put it 00. Tbe d-stinctly new features tbat mark this season's vintage are all there. If it requires tbe touch of an expert to make the fit perfection, tbe expert is here, and rest assured you -fill not be allowed to have it until it is a perfect fit 88.50 to $20 00. NEW GLOVES, NEW NECKWEAR EVERYTHING TO DRESS YOU WELL THE McCUEN CO. 2! AND 29SENECA ST.. OIL CITY, PA. D. P. FREDERICKS, II. D. (Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist.) Ullic-e Hours iu a. in. 10 3 p. in. (Except Thursdays.) C'aroful attention given to furnishing all kinds or glaHsea. ARLINGTON BLOCK, OIL CITY. PA S. I. ISLET & SONS.. GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA, PENN. PROCLAMATION OF GENEKAL ELECTION. Whereas, In and by the aet of the (cueral Assembly of the Coiiiinou- wealth ef Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to amend the tenth ,rl urn of an net, entitled 'An Aet to n il ilate the ncimina tion aud oloeteou of lull ho oltlevrs, re- ; liiihg certain expeio.es iuvident thereto la tie pant by tne scxcral counties and punishing certain n (lenses iu regard to such elections, approved the .tilh day of Juue. A. 1)., lSlk. it is made the duties of the Sheriff of every comity within this Cminonwealth to give public notice of tie (icnernl t-.lcctious. aud in such to 1. Ktninicrute the oltieers to le elected nud give a list of all the nominations made ns provided iu this aet, aud to lie voted for in such county, and the full text of all constitutional amendments submitted to a vote of the eople, but the I . m Munition posted iu eacu election lis tiot need not contain the unines of any enndidiates but those to be voted for In null district. 11. Iesignnte the place at which the election is to be held. III. He shall give notice that every person, executing Justices of the I'eace who shnll hold any otrlce or appointment or protit or trust under the government of the I inted Mates, or of this Mate, or of any city, or incorporated district. w-hcther a commissioned otttcer or oth erwise, a subordinate o Ulcer or agent who is or shall lie employed under the legislative, executive or judiciary de-piirtnit-nts of this State, or of the Tint ed States, or of any city, or incorpor ated district, aud also til it every lneui ber of Congress ami of the State leg islature, nud of the S"loct or common council of any city, or i-omniissioncrs of any incorporated district, is by law tm-npsble of holding or exercising nt the same time the oltlee or appointment of judge. Inspector or clerk of any elec tion of this Commonwealth, and that no Inspector, judge or sillier ottteer of any sm-h election shnll be eligible to any otNYc to be then voted for, except that of nil elei'tion ntflcer. I. .1. W. Jnniieson, High Sheriff of thr- t ountv i f I- o--est, do hereby make known and give this pnblie notice to the eld-tors i-f the toiintr of ron-st that a tJcKrnl l'.lestioti will he held in -said County, on Tuesday, November 5th, 1901, between the hours of 7 a. m. and 7 p. m., at the several Election instrlcts. The following; are the oltieers to be elected, and a list of all the nominations made therefor, and which are to be voted lor in the form in which they shall appear upon tne uauois: OtUcera to be elected One person for State Treaaurerof Penn avlvania. One person for Judge of the Supreme Court or 1 ennsvlvama. One person for Treasurer of Forest County. One Person for Surveyor of Forest County. At the same time the qualified electors will vote no the question of the adoption or rejection of Amendments to the Con stitution ol tba Commonwealth, tbe full texts ef which nronosed Amendments are herewith published in pursuance of law. List of nominations: KKPt-nl.ICA. Slate Treasurer Frank O. Harris. Jndqe of the Supreme CoMrt William P. Potter. County lreamrei C. M. Artier. .IKMOCRATlC Stale 7YMM-er--Kliaha A. Coray, Jr. Ji'dge of the Supreme Court -Harman Yerk.es. Countu Treasurer Fred. A. Keller. County SvrveyorVt. W. Clark. rROHIUITION. Stale Treasurer James J. Porter. Judge of the Supreme Court Isaac Mon derau. SOCIALIST LABOR. State Treasurer James A. MoConnel. Judge of the Supreme Ctourf-Thomaa La wry. r-KOPLES. State Treasurer Justus Watklna. Judge of the Supreme Court Isaac Mon derau. rmnK, State Treasurer Elisba A. Coray. Jr. Judge of the Supreme Court Uarman i ernes. MUNICIPAr. LF.AOt'R. State Treasurer Elisba A. Coray, Jr. Judge of the Supreme Court Harman 1 erkes. PUBLIC OPINION. State Treasurer Frank O. llarr'a. Judge of the Supreme Court William P. Potter. PlIBLIC OWNKRSniP. State Treasurer J. Mali Ion Barnes. Judge of the Supreme Court Charles Meydrick. Proposed Amendments to the Constitu tion Proposed Amendment No. 1. AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTI TUTION I'ROI'OSEI TO THE CIT17.I-..S OF THIS COMMON WEALTH I'OU THElll Al'I'HOVAl, OU KF..IKCIIOS BY THE tiEN EUAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COM MONWEALTH OK PENNSYL VANIA. ri'HLISIIEU BY OHDEIt OK THE sECUKTAHY OF THE COMMONWEALTH. IN IlltSU ANI'E OF AIUTCLE XVIII OF THE CONSTITfTlON. A JOINT RESOLUTION". Proposing an amendment to the Consti tution of tile Commonwealth. Section 1 . Be it resolved by the Sen ate and- Ho is-- of Representatives of the Coniii '-.iwi-nith in ( teiiera! Assembly met. T!:ut the following is proposed as amendments to the Constitution of the Couiinoiiueiilth of Pennsylvania, in ac cordance with the provisions of the eighteenth article thereof: Amendment One to Article Eight Sec tion One. Add nt tin- end of the first paragraph of said section, after the words "shall be entitled to vote at nil elections," the words "subject however to such laws requiring and regulating the registra tion of eleetors ns the tteneral Assembly may ciiart," so that the aiiid section sbnil rend ns follows: Sei-tion 1. On.ilifiintions of Electors: Every nioie citizen twenty-one years of age, possessing the following ipmliliea lions, shall be entitled to vote at all elec tions, snbjeet however to such laws re quiring and regulating; the registration of electors ns the general Assembly may enact: 1. He shall have been a citizen of the t'nitcd Slates nt least one month. '1. He shall have resided ill the State one yenr (or. having previously been a quiililicd elector or liutire horu citizen of the State, he shnll have removed therefrom nud returned, then six mouths) immediately preeediiig the election. 8. He shall have resided in the elec tion district where he shall offer to vote at least two months Immediately preced ing the elc'-l' -n. 4. If n ..v-bvo years of age and upwards. In- shall have paid within two years a State or comity tax. which shall have la-en nsesed at least two mouths and paid at least one month befure elec tion. Amendment Two to Article Eight, Sec tion Seven. Strike out from said section the words "but no elector shall be deprived of the privilege of voting by reason of his name not being registered," and add to said section the following words, "but laws regulntiiig nnd requiring the registra tion of electors runy lie enacted to apply to cities only, provi-h d that such laws be uniform for cities of the same class." so that the said section shnll read us fol lows: Si-ction 7. I'niforinity of Election Ijiws All laws regulating the holding of elections by tbe citizens or for the regi:-iiilio!i of electors shall lie uniform througiioiit the State. Imt laws reg-.i-Inlinti and requiring the registration of 1 ''r Hiiiy tie enacted to np;-Iy to cities only, proviiuii mat suen inns ne uuiioim for eilh-s of the mine els-. A true copv of the J. nil Resolution. w. v. t;t;iEST. Secreary of the Commonwealth. Proposed Amendment No. 2. AMENDMENT TO THE CONST!- Tl l'ION PROPOSED TO THE CITIZENS OK THIS COMMON WEALTH FOR THEIR APPROVAL OK REJECTION BY THE GENER AL ASSEMBLY OK THE COMMON WEALTH OK PENNSYLVANIA. PI BI ISIIEH BY OIIOER OK THE SECRETARY OK THE COMMON WEALTH in rritsr nce ok ARTICLE XVIII OF THE CONSTI TUTION. A JOINT RESOLUTION. Prwposins an Amendment to the Consti tution of the Commonwealth. Section 1. Be it reacted by the S -n-ate and House of l!ei;csi-ntatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania III Gen eral A s.iuUy met. and it is hereby en acted l-y tin- authority of the sune. Tint the foilowii c is proposed ns an aineud rient to the Constituti.iu of the Com:wn health of IVmisyh aiiin, iu ai-icr-lniiee Kith tbe provisions of the Eighteenth trtiele thereof. Amendment. Strike out section four of article eight. and insert in place thereof, as follows: Section 4. All elections by the citi- lens shnll be by ballot or by sin h other method ns may be prescribed by law: Provided, That secrecy in voting ii pre served. A true copy of the Joint Resolution. W. W. OR1EST. Secretary of the Couunouwealth. FLACKS OF HOLDING ELECTIONS The Electors of Bnrnett township as follows: lhose residing in the I lartugton Election District, to-wit: Those em braced in the following boundary, vix: Beginning at a point at the mouth of Coleman Run where the same empties Into the Clarion River, the said t uirlon IMver being the south boundary line of Barnett township, thence northwest erly along the snid Coleman Run to a point where the snme crosses the line be tween warrants X'HC nnd .'tiiCi, thence enst nloug the line dividing and :ttOS Intersects the west boundary line of warrant Rill, thence north along tin west boundary line of warrants .1144. nHS. :14!l. ,'1151 nnd .IHtn to the Jenka township line, the snme being the north boundary line of Bnrnett township, thence east along the said uorth boun dary line of Burnett township to the line dividing KHe nnd Forest rooiity. the same being the east lsiundary line of Bnrnett township, thence south nlong the snid east hoiind.iry line of Barnett township to the Clarion River, said river being the south boundary line of Barnett town ship, thence westerly along the Clarion River to tbe mouth of Coleman Run, the fd.ice of beginnieg. shnll vote at Clar-iiL-ton. in County and Township House. The Eli-ctors of Bnrnett township ns follows: Those residing In the Cooks-hni-ar Election District, to-wit: Thosa embraced iu the following txMiudnry. vis: Beginning at the mouth of Coleman Run, where the same empties into the Clnrion River, thence northwesterly nlong the snid Colemnii Run. to a point where the same crosses the line dividing warrants S:tii2 nnd Ktc-S. thence enst along the line dividing w-irrnnts .'UIO'J and ft'tiiTi to the westerly line of warrant .11 4 L thence north along the west line of wnrnnts 3144 nnd .1148 to n point where the north bonnnnrv I'ne of ,1'iCi intersects the west boundary line of ,11 4S. thence west nleng the north boundary line of warrants .1.1115 nud 8'ti 7 to the Clnrion County line. sail, line being the west boundary line of Bnrnett township, thence south nlong said county line to the Clarion River, snid river Is-ine the south line of Barnett township, thence northeasterly along sal I Cl-irion River to tbe mouth of Coleman Rue. the place of begin ing. shall vote rt Co"';sb"rg nt the Ol-I School House. The Electors of Harnett Township an follows- Those residing in the Redely Re Election District, to-wit: Those em braced In the following boundary, via: Beginning at a point in the west bound ary line of Barnett township, the nme being the line dividing Clnrion and Forest County nt a point wlure the south bound ary line of wnrrnut .Mil intersects said line, thence imrrh along tbe snid west line of Bnrnett township to a point where the snipe intersects the south boundary line of Jenks township, the snme tie- Ing the north boundary line of Barnett township, theni-e east along snid lionn- dnrv line to a point where the line di viding wnrrants ttliil ami 3BU Intersects snid north boundary line of Harnett township, thence south along the east boundary line of warrants olot and ..it 4 and .1.112 to a point where the line di viding wnrrnnts .1.112 nnd .Utl.- intersects the west line of 3148. thence west along the south boundary line of warant 3X12 to the Clnrion county line, the same be ing tbe west line of Bnrnett township, ttie plscr of lieatnmng shnll vote nt Hed clyffe nt Joseph Hall's Carpenter Shop. The Electors of lireen township as follows: These residing in the Election m.4e nf ftttlfnnville to-wit: those cnibraced in tile toliowing nnununry, vix: Beginning at a post, the north cor ner of Warrant No. 513.1. thence south forty-five degrees west three hundred and twenty nsls to the west corner of Slid trnct, thence smith forty-five de grees enst nlong the dividing Hue between tracts Nos. M33 and KMCi to the north corner of trnct No. .Villi, thence by the northwest line of tract .ri."iil nnd the southeast line of trncts Nos. fiTatii nnd fviftt to the south corner of trait No. 0004, thence southwesterly to the north west corner of trnct No. 33.10. and south east corner nf trnct .""Krj on the Clarion county line, th-nce by the snme east to the nortli".tst corner of Clarion coun ty, thenre north by the Jenlia township line to where the said Jenks township line crosses the northeast line of tract boOt). thence northwesterly by the north east line of Oi-een township to the place of beginning, shall vote at the County House nt (iuitonville. The Electors of Oreen township re siding outside of the territory embraced ill the above described Election District of (Jnitonville, shnll vnte nt the Town ship House, in Nebraska village. The Electors of Harmony township as follows- Those residing in the elec tion district of Upper Harmony, to-wit: those em braced in the following boun dary, viz: Beginning on the Allegheny River at the Tionestn township line; thence northerly by said line to the back line of the river tracts; thence nlong the bnrk line of the river tracts to West Hickory Creek; thi nee up. said West Hickory Creek to the Warren County line; theme enst along said Wnrren county line to the Allegheny River; thence down snid river to the ph.,- 0f beginning, at (!. W. King's Hall, West Hickory. The Electors of Tfarmony township re aiding outside of the territory embraced in tbe above described Upper Harmon; shall vote nt the Township Elcctior House on the Fogle Farm. The Electors of Hickory township a the Tom nship House. The Electors of Howe township , follows. Those residing in the Election District of Middle Howe, to-wit: thoix embraced in the following boundary, via Beginning at a point where the west lint of Warrant No. 31US intersects the lint of Warren and Forest counties; thenrt south by the west lines of Warrnutl lililH. 3l!l3,31Hi,.11S7 and 31S' to a point where the west line of Warrant 3180 in terseita with the Jenks township line, thence by Jenks township line east to a point where the eastern line of snid war rant 31S5 intersects said Jenks town ship line; thence north along the eastern liomi.lnry Hues of, warrants 31N5 olN7 nr..! 31 W to the northwi st cornel of subdivision No. til) of warrant No. 1!U)I3: thence east along the north lint of auhdiri-iuns Nos. c.li, t;,s, ilTi. til ,,, til to jhe noithwest comer of warrant No. 273H; thence north along the enst lines nf warrants Nos. 2!li3, the Fox Estate. 2t!'l nud 2735 to where the ensl line or -!' mtersnts ihe vtarren sue Forest County line; thence by said War ren nnd Fori st eoiinlv line west to ill northwest comer of Wan not SUM, the place of hciciinHiig. shall Tote at tiushel City School House. The Ehs-tors of Howe township re siding iu tbe F.lection District of East Howe, to-wit: Those residing within th territory embraced bjr the following boundary lines, to-wit: Beginning at a point in the Warren and Forest county line where the same is intersected by the east line of warrant 273.1; thence south along tbe eastern boundary lines of war rants 2735. 2W1, the Fox Estate, and warrant 2iHKt to the northwest corner ot subdivision No. M In warrant 2T3tt; thence east along the northern boundary lines of warrants 273d, 2StS and 24ii4, to the Elk county line; thence north along the Elk ami Forest county line to where the same la intersected by the Warren and Forest county line; thence west along said Warren and Forest county line to the northeast corner of warrant 27X", the place of beginning, shnll vote at Brookston in Itrookston Library Hall. The Electors of Howe township re sidue: in the Election District of Frost's, to-wit: Those residing within the territory embraced by the following lioitniliiry lln-s: Cnintnene'ng at the northeast cor ner of warrant 2lit4. am! in the line di viding Elk nnd Forest counties; thence south nloug snid dividing line to the line hctwi-cii Howe and Jeuks township; theme nist along said last mentioned line to the southwest corner of K. L. Blood's subdivision: thence north along the west line of the K. L. Blood subdi vision and warrants 3N13, 4545. 2S78, 2!'S(1 to northwest corner of subdivision No ifll i- warrant 21 Nil: thence east aioug tne nor I n line of suiiiuvismns tilt, US, 15, 01 and t of warrant 2!H3 ami aubdivisions 51, 52. 53, 54 and 55 of war rant 27:M,.nd aithdtvisloiis 21. 22. 23. 24 and 25 of warrnnt 2SiiS and the north line of w arrnnt 24114 to the Elk county line, the place of lieginning. shall rote at Nel-lit's Hull. Frost's Station. The Elector of Howe township re siding in the Election District of West Howe, to-wit: Those residing west -if the alaire described Middle Howe, at the Balltown School House. The Electors of Howe township re siding in the Clough's Election District, to-wit: Those embraced in the territory rtcontly cut off rrom the Balltown Dis trict, vii: Hi ginning at a point on the east line of the Balltown Election Dis trict where the north line of warrant 3ISU intersects the same; thence west along the rorth line of warrants .IIS'.I. 31.VS and 4?.HI to the northeast line of warrant 52S2: thence along the southeast line or lines of warrant 522 tu wnrrant 5101; thenre along the north-a st Hue of warrant 5I:'I to warrant 52isi; thence along the northwest line of warrants 5UI1 and Ml4 to the Kingsley township line, shall vote at F. M. Best Building, dough's Mills. The Electors of Jenks township as follows Those residing In tbe Election District of Ityrom. to-wit: tlu.se cm braird in the following bu'iudnry, vix: Beginning at the northeast corner of tract No. 41-13 and the northwest cor ner of trnct No. 4134. thence northeast erly to the southeast corner of tract No. .ir.t.1 nnd the southwest corner of trac t No. ;Ch;1, thenre north by the western line of tracts Nos. 35t4, 31141, .1tcl4 .mil 3SOI to the Jenks township line, thence enst by the same to the northeast lomer of Jenks township, tluin-e south by the enst line of Jenks township to the southeast comer there of, thence west to the southeast corner of trnct No. 41211 thence north to the northeast corner of said Warrant, thence west to the beginning shall vote Iu Berg's Hall, nt Duhiing iu sai l Township.1 The elector of Jeuks towi-ship resid ing outside of the teiiilory nib need in the nlsive described Election District of Byn-iiitnwii. shall vote at tile Election nnd Township House In Mnrienville. The Eh-i tors of Kingsley township as follows: Thus.- residii.g iu t!i Mayburg District, to-wit: Those embrace I in the following boundary, vix: Beginning nt a poin on the Hickory nnd Iviugslcy town ship line where the northwest cii.iier of tract No. 5212 Intersec ts said line; thence along the northeast lilies of tracts 5212, 5213. 5214nnd 52ikS, to the southwest corner of 52(i7; theme northeast along the southeast line of 52U7 to the Howe and Kingsley township line; thence north along snid township line to the Wnrren and Forest County line; theme west tlclig said county line to where the line of Hickory and Kingsley townships iu-ter-cetts said county line: t hence south west nloug said township line to the place of beginning, shall Vote at the County House. 't he electora of Kingsler town-hin re- siding in the Newtown District, to-wit: Those embraced In the territory laying n me soiiinwest nt the above described Mayburg District, shall vote at the Township ! louse, uenr the northwest end of Newton bridge. The electors nf Tlonesta township at the Township House, near the south enst end of the Tionc-sta creek bridge-, at the mouth nf snid er. ek. The electors of Ticmesta liorough at the Court House iu snid Imro-ich. I also llinke known the followi-m- nrnvi. visions of the new Constitution of Penn sylvania. ARTICLE VIII. SUFFRAGE AND ELECTION. SEC. 1. Every nuile citm-n twenty one yenrs of age, pc.ssi ss-ng the follow ing qualifications, shall lie entitled to vote at nil elections: FIRST. He shall hnve hern a citizen of the United States at least one month. SECOND. II,. shall hnve resided in the Stnte on yenr. (or, if having pre viously been a qualified elector or na tive bom ritizen of the Stnte he shall have removed therefrom nnd returned, then six months.) immediately preceding the election. THIRD. He .bail ,0ve resided In the election district where he offers to vote at least two months immediately preced ing the election. FOURTH. If twe-rty-two years nf age or upwards, he shall have paid within two years a State or county tax which shnll have Im-ch anq-ssed at least two mouths and paid at least one month be fore election. SEC. 2. The general election shnfl he held annua' ly on the Tuesday next fol lowing the lirst .Monday of November, but the General Assembly niiiv. by law, fix a different day, two-thirds of nil the nicmlH-rs of each house const-Minx there to. Notice is hereby given, Thnt any per aon excepting Justices of the Peace who shall hold uny ollice or appointment of profit or trust under the United States, or this Stnte. or any city or incorporated district, whither commissioned odicer or o.tierwise. a snliordirate officer or agent who is or shnl! be employed under the legislative, executive or judiciary depart ment of this Stnte. or ir. any city, or of any incorporated district, and also that every member of Congress and of the Stnte Legislature, or of the eclect or com mon council of any city, or commission ers of any incorporated distiict. is by law incapable of holding or exercising at the time, the oltice or appoiiitmeut of judge. Inspector or clerk of any election in this Coiiuuoiiwi-alth, and that no inspector, judge or other officer of such election shnll be eligible to Is? thn voted for. The Judges of the aforesaid districts shall representatively take charge of the certificates of return of the election of their respective districts, aud produce them at the Prothoimtary's ollice in the Borough of Tlonesta, as follows: "All judges livitx within twelve miles of the Prutlionotiiiy'a ofilce, 4r within twenty four miles if their residence be in a town, village or city upon the line of a railroad le ading to the county sent, shnll before 2 o'clock p. in., on WEDNESDAY, No vrmlicr I'.th. 1'Hll, and all other Judges shall before 12 o'clock m., ou THURS DAY, November 7th. Hail, deliver snid returns together with the return shc-ets, to the Prolhoiiotnry of the Court of Com mon Pleas of Forest county, which said return shall be hied, nnd the clny and hour of tiling marked therein, and shnll ls preserved by the Prothonotary for public inspection. Olyen under my hand at my offloe in NOW IS THE TIME -A.2TD OURS IS THE PLACE TO GET KA-lTGr-El OR STOVE. ' L 11 y mm -'sieaijxi'a,aacai Vx- . ; t -eft" JLS' ... V rt v.p4faEsWaii..- -, We haye the Snest line iu this section ami can fit you out to a nicety, Wo've a Cue stock of GUNS snd st you'll want something ol the kiud f ir the gsming season we are pre pared to Gt you nut with s hammer pun or a liammerlesa, at prices that will astonish you. llunlintf coats, ammunition ami everything '0 that line. Our rtock of HEAVY snclSHKLF IIAKDWAKK is more complete than ever and, as usual, we can save you money on auythii-g in our stock. SCOWDEN & CLARK J MARIENVILLE HARDWARE & MACHINE COMPANY. Hard tea re. Mill Sttppllcn, etc. . Mill Machinery HciHilrcd Prompt Itf. Shafting. Pallet and Pillow Illoch: Famlxhi'd on Short Xottce. NEW AWMMPLETE RUBBER. Shelf Hani sre, Iron, Nails sticl Tools at the Lowest Market Price. Stoves of all kinds. I'd feet Olive Ranges Specially; Guaranteed to Hake. Ases, Pea y Cant Hooks, tpncls, Atkins' llaml Cr.iscul, Band ami Circular Saws, Returned it Unsatisfactory. Abra sive Emery Wheel s. E. A. YETTER. MANACER, MARIENVILLE, PA. Tioneata, Pa., this 23d dsy of Oetols-r, In the year or our Ioril nineteen hund red and one. and In the one hundred and twenty-sixth vesr of the- Independ enceol the I'nitecj Htates, J. W. JAM! I-SON, Sheriff. THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, OF TIONESTA, - PENN. S. 8. CANFIELD, PROPRIETOR. Good Htock, (food Carriages and Bug glee to let upon the most renxonalilo terms. He will also do job TEiEinsra- All orders left at the Post Oltice wll receive prompt attention. A. CURE Y, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Hear of Hotel Weaver TIOZLnTESTA., fa. Telephone o. 20. PS, ilVGUST Morck OFTICIAN. Office 2 t X National Hank Itiiildinfr, OIL CITY, PA. Kyes examined free. Kxc-ltmivid v optical. J ORKSZO FULTON, Manufacturer of and Dealer In HARNESS. COLLARS. BRIDLES, And all kinds of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. TIONKMTA. PA. f .'tfan IS k xiOiVv- ; r LINE 0F AND LEA THE R.BEL TING., is what you can get if you want a . . . . PleXMQXn BlJW or anything in the jewelry line by go ing to The LEADING JEWELER. 32 SKNKCA St., OIL CITY, PA. lennsylvania ttA.lL.HOAr. BUFFALO AXD ALLKOHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Takinir etTc-ct. Sent. Kd. 1901. No. 80 liutl'alo Express, daily except Niinclav- 11:25a. ni. No. 32 Oil fity and I'll tsliurii Kx rws.elaily, except Hunday..7:30 p.m. Nunelav train leaves Tlonesta at....'. U;.'M a. m. and 8:12 p. rn. For Hickory, Tidioute,Warren,Klnzua, Bradford, OleHii and the Kast: No. 81 Olean Kx press, daily except Sunday 8:55 a. m. No. 3:t Pittsburg Express, daily except Sunday 4:39 p.m. Snndiy tram leaves for Ir- vineion at 2:45 p. m. For Time Tablea and additional Infor mation consult Ticket Agent. J. H. HUTCH INSON, J. R. WOOD, (iclicral MansKer. Geo'! Passenger Agt. Wanted-An Idea Wbo can thinic of some limp ha thing toiMlcntr' Trrrt Totir Mrju: thrr mir hrinn vim WMlih WrtM JOHN W KLDEKUr KN ft CO.. PaU-nl All" My ei. Wuhlmttoa, D. C.fi their $l,Hir prlM oflf ftnU 111 ot two bunUr! lavvaUous wtuiua.