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Smart & Silberberg. Showing New Garments as They Rapidly coming into view are the new Suit nd Dresses and Skirts. Oil City's style centre will continue its marked and interesting leadership It you Lave marveled at the charm of ready-to-wear things as shown here in season's back you will experience co disappointment now. The beet of last year are the worst of this. Particularly attractive are the Street Suits. Take lime to see them while enjoying the store. Before this moon is gone, the Garment Show will be on i-i earoest. SPLENDID VALUES IN EVERY PART OF THE STORE. The fuo that had its beginoiag ia Girjtcnts has its coding in every part of the store. With all the new things no show for Fall and Winter come many lots at special prices. A few are mentioned, but just a few. We'd rather you come and look around enjoy the stor. Xfw Flannelette, 7 3-Ic. A hundred or more patterns, in New Flannelettes of the 1492 quality, made by the Anioskeag Mills, and almost equal to the verv best. HojV Sweater, $1.00. All Wool Sweaters, in a big variety of colors, plain and striped, with the new fashion roll collars. A decided bargain. XfW Pillow Tops 25c. In the new Art Department. Pillow Tops in the newest design?, all stamped ready to work. A splendid variety ot styles to choose from. Hen's Fleered Underwear, 12c. The heaviest and best 50c qualities we have ever sold By buying now you save just c a garuieot. All sizes in shirts and drawers. 12 l-2c and 15c Wash Goods, 5c Yard. It is the part ot piudence for us to sell all our Wash Goods at greatly reduced prices in order lo smooth the way for next seasoo. All Linen Handkerchief, 5c. Excellent quality of ladies' at this price and for the men's 10c. Every thread linen, to. Two better lots at 10c and two for 25c. The best values in Haodkerchiefs ever shown on a counter in Oil City. $1.50 Double Nattn Damask, 9Sc. Ten pieces of a band-nrue a gra'e of table linen as you ever saw at 11.50. Perfectly plain cloth with rich, open borders. aikiii to .natch, 82.9S rer Dozen. $5 00 would he nearer the proper price, but we bought tbem at a bar gain and waot our customers to profit thereby. SMART & OIL CITY, PA. AN OWL STORY. Showing- tle Tyrnnrna EfTcet of lialiit tpon n V. I ill Animr.l. An English publication tells this in teresting story of mi owi. A vague figure nppt'sred out of the clotiils, traveling npiitist tlie wind to t. nrd the spire mill looking more like a rawed piece of nevspiier whirled (i 1 nit the beavenx than any living thrni:. It was a white owl, and after watching liiiu for some time I crime to the conclusion that he was tryiiift to ret to the vane of the Hpire. A very Idle ambition it permed, for, although he MNcecdcd again mid agaiu In get ting to within u few yards of the point aimed at, he was on each occa sion struck hy a fresh violent gust and driven buck to u great distance, often quite out of sight In the gloom. But presently he would reappear, still struggling to reach the vane. A crazy bird: lint I could not help admiring his plin-k and greatly wondered what his secret motive In niining at that windy perch could be. And at last, after so many defeats, he succeeded mid grasped the metal crossbar with his crooked talons. The wind with nil Its fury could not tear him from It, and after a little flapping he was able to pull himself up, and then, trending down, he deliberately wiped his beak on the bar and Hew nway! This, then, had been his powerful, mysterious motive Just to wipe his beak, which he could very well have wiped on any branch or barn roof or fence and saved himself that tremen dous labor. This was an extreme in stance of that tyrannous effect of hab it on a wild animal. Iioubtlcss this bird had been accustomed after de vouring his first mouse to fly to the vane, where he could rest for n few minutes, taking a general view of the place, and wipe his beak at the same time, ari the habit had become so strong that he could not forego his vis it even on so tempestuous an evening. THE COPYRIGHT LAW. First Mi-nsnre Passed For the Pro tection of Literary Property. April 10, 1710, Is a noteworthy date In the history of literature. On that tiny came Into operation an uct "for the encouragement of learning by vest lug the copies of printed books in the authors or purchasers of such copies." This was the first measure passed for the protection of literary property. The word "copyright," according to Dr. Murray, was not used before 17U7. In the preamble of the bill, which Is sjld to have lieoii drafted by IX'iiu Swift, the necessity of u measure "to enable learned men to write useful iKMiks" is dwelt upon. Hy its pro visions two terms of copyright, each of fourteen years, were created for all future publications, one term to follow Immediately upon the other if the au thor were still living at the expiration of the lirst term. According to a subsidiary clause, if any publisher Issued n book tit u price Judged too high by certain "discreet persons" he was liable to a penalty. '1 he "discreet persons" Included, among (liters, the urchbishoii of Canterbury. Come. SILBERBERG, too k:ii ci.iiiccl.i-r ii u.l tlie vice ciiiin-cill-rs of o::ford and Cambridge. On t'.:em devolved the somewhat delicate task of fixing the book's value. This clans.1 was repealed in 17;i!l, but the term of copyright remained unaltered until 1 12, when it was extended to the life of the author and seven years, or forty-two yearn from the date of publi cation, whichever may prove longer. England was the first country thus to protect the rights of authors. France followed suit in 17!.t, lint in (Jerniany no copyright law existed until 1S70. London News. Missed a Good Dinner. A doctor living in n certain country town was notoriously fond of good liv ing. He had accepted an invitation to dine with friends, but as he climbed their steps he smelt venison cooking In the kitchen next door. The neighbors being also his friends he resolved to drop in on them unex pectedly to partake of tlie venison. They pressed him to share their In formal dinner, but when lie refused both soup and lisli his host began to apologize for the simple fare. The doctor then confessed that he ins waiting for the venison, which he had smelt as he came in. "Oh, that venison," said his enter tainer, "we were roasting to oblige our neighbors, who have a dinner party next door." London Answers. A Mounlnln ("limber. At a reception of the Authors' club In New York the guest of honor was Sir .Martin Conway, the explorer and mountain climber. One man who did not know the guest asked another: "Who Is here tonight'" "Sir Martin Conway." "Conway? Who is lie? I can't place him." "The mountain climber." "Oh. yes! But what is lie doing In New York?" "Merely traveling from climb to climb." A Choreh In Wnle. Wrexham parish church Is known ns one of the seven wonders of Wales, It dates as a structure from the fifteenth century and Is cathedral-like In Its pro portions. A "chained" Bible, now kept under lock and key, is among the curi ous relies, and beside It is a handsome ly iHiimd "visitors' book," sent by the tridents of Y'ale university, Vnited States, for the use of Yale students vis iting the church. In the churchyard is the tombstone of L'lilm Y'ale. with Its quaint epitaph. The soldiers' chapel, which is entered through nn exquisite ureli. has a beautiful memorial win dow to the Welsh fuslleers who have fallen In battle. Wont Star Retained. This notice appears on a Flushing steamboat: "Passengers should obtain a receipt for all provisions taken on board this boat and are requested to retain the same." Kasier said than done! It reminds us of the old Limerick: There wns a younK man of Ostfnd Who said he'd held out till the end, llul when half way over From (intend to Iover He did what he didn't Intend. London Globe. DO YOU WANT TO BE CURED TO STAY CURED 1 That is just what we claim and propose to pove to you right here. The great claim for Thompson's Barosma Backache, Kidney and Liver Cure is, that it not only cures but makes a PERMANENT cure. We offer $500 if the following statements are not genuine. Cured Twenty Yean Aga. Twenty vein ago last Christmas I was taken tick with bropsy. My legs and feet were nadly swollen. I wan confined to my bed. all my frieudi thought my time had vme.' My head pjined mt terribly, and finally my wife wss vreed by Mrs. Spring", the nurse, to try Thompson Ha'rosma and Danileloin and Mandrake Pills, they would cure me." fthe aaid. Aa a last resort we trted Barosma. Liver. Kidney and Lumnaeo Cure and Dandeloin and Mandrake Pill. 1 wish toaav thai the pain and awtUm bet-as to leave me at'once, and a few bottle made a complete cure. 1 have recommended it to others with good results. 1 am well and have been ever since, which waa the fall Garfield waa elected. Anyone can call on m if they wish to know the virtues ot "Ba tvam u" THOMAS Mt'RRAV. Baker, South Franklin Street, March iota, 1900. riiusville. Pa. No Return of Disease in Fifteen Year About fifteen years ago I was atl run down with nervous prostration and palpitation of the heart (often getting black in the face and thought to be dying). I lost flesh till from i w pounds my weight waa reduced to 90 pounds, and for six mouths I was confined to my bed. A relative of mine who had beeu troubled with female weakness and nervous prostration and had been cured by Thompson's Barasina, re commended it to me. 1 began to take the Bar osma at once and was not only cured of nervous prostration and palpitation of the heart but be gan to gain in rlesh until in a abort time I weighed 140 pounds, and raox that timr cn. TIL NOW I HAVK HKK.t PKBFKCTLY WELL, doing my own housework. Mas. Fir M. Massh. Honeer Road, y miles south of Titusvitle, Pa. April 4. lM- All druggists, $ i.oo a bottle or sis for J500. lie Reasoned Wrong. "It's nil knowing how to reason," snid the rittslnirg man ns he sighed iu a sorrowful way. "I owned n house rind lot In a town in our state and wns petting a pood rent for them when a congregation built n church right on the Hue. I reasoned It out thtit the place wns spoiled, and when I was offered three-fifths of Its former value I made haste to close the deal. I iwtttcd myself on the back over that bit of good luck." "And wasn't It pood luck?" "Not n bit ot it. I'm a clean thou sand dollars out of pocket for reason ing hind end to. The chap who bought my place had twin babies, a piano, a fiddle and a barking dog. and the con Cregation hadn't otvupled that church over four Sundays when it raised a purse and Imttglit liiiu out for twice the value of the place." Boston tilolie. The Orang OatanaT. It Is a most interesting sight to watch an orang outaug make its way through the Jungle. It walks slowly along the larger branches iu a scrub erect attitude, this lielng apparently caused by the length of its nrms and the shortness of its legs. It invariably selects those brunches which Intcrt.iln gle with those of a nciglilioriug tree, on approaching which It stretches out Its long arms. and. grasping the iKiughs opposite, seems first to shake them ns If to test their strength, mid then de liberately swings Itself across to the next branch, which It walks along ns before. It does not Jump or spring ns monkeys usually do, mid never npiears to hurry itself unless some real danger presents. Yet in spite of its apparently slow movements It gets along far quicker than n person running through the forest benenth. A Stroke of riuslnrs. A writer who was very Intimate with Frank II. Stockton says that when the Stockton family lived iu Rucks county, IV, Frank and his brother had a dog which they trained solely to hunt cuts. The brothers wore overhauled one day by n farmer whose eat they were chas ing. To placate the farmer they gave him a dollar for a pig, which they took home. Hy driving nway their father's pigs at feeding time they soon made their own the fattest pig In the pen and sold him at a protit of $7. Frank It. Stockton always considered the deal a tribute to his business acumen. Ilia lawyer's Fees, A London workman, having had a sum of money left him by the death of his father, went to see his solicitor, who had the matter in hand for a final settlement . The bill of costs having been pre sented to him. tlie man glanced over the figures and. thinking the charges were excessively heavy, turned to bis legal adviser and exclaimed in aston ishment: "Ma father left his money to me, not to ye!" renrson's Weekly. How He Wnlked. A sergeant drill instructor wns en deavoring to make clear to the recruits he was drilling the meaning of tlie word "smartly." He walked across the square In the manner the word Indicates. "Now, nieu, tell me how 1 walk?" One raw recruit almost paralyzed the sergeant by blurting out: "Bowlegged, sergeant." Regiment. Ilovr It Happened. Customer Look here! You said that horse you sold me was fast. iK'iiler No; I didn't. "You saitl your man drove the horse to Slopbtiry, twenty miles, and you went by train, and the horse got there before you did." "Yes, but I didn't start till two days after." Two Clicnra For a Quarter. Hoax What do you mean by giving me a cigar like this? Whnt did you pny for It? Joax Two for a quarter. Hoax I'll bet you kept the twenty cent one. Philadelphia Iteeord. Knew Where He tint II. Doctor (thoughtfully) I fear you have soino sort of imlson iu your sys tem. rntlent Shouldn't wonder. What was that last stuff you gave me? The longer a man argues to make a woman see the reason of n thing the surer she is to trust her lustiix-t about It. New York 1'ress. The quarreis over "principle" are the meanest and most bitter In the world. Atchison Globe. Notice in Equity. IN TUK COURT OK COMMON I'LEAS No. 1 Mv OF FOREST CO., Term, I'iWi PKN.VA. SITTING IN EQUITY. itamW A'. Sickles, ayainat Roma M. Meade ami William IT. Meade, her hustxind; Alia II. Denham and 7'Aohkm II. Vmhaui,ker husband: lkimel A". Sickles, cm Ar-JHior of and Trustee under the Last Will and Testament of Mary 5 Sickles, deceased; Ikniel K Sickles, as Trustee of iieorgt Stanton Sickles, tinder a certain lieed of Trust made by (,'eoroe Stanton Sickles to Am tW A'. Sickles, dateit Itecember 1, Wl ; Daniel E. Sickles, as Trusteeof A.Vfn .Vic les.under a certain deal of trust made by satd Aiftt Sickles to said VMhiW A. Sick les, dated May JS, lst'7.- Ueorge StuHtun Sickles, Ata CViifa-iinrAoi'Tir, (trt line U. Sickles, Lusie J, Oxk, imliv dually and as Kreattrif of tlie Last Will and Tes tament of iMnra B. Sickles, deceased: t'red J. 'Walker, Ernest II. Miltani, and Laura S. Morro, To ROMA M. MEADE and WILLIAM H. HEAVE. TAKE NOTICE:-A Bill in Equity ha been fib-d by tbe plaintiff above named lor the partition nf the following described real estate, situate in tlie Bor ough and Township of Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania, to wit; rirsl Beginning at a leaning chestnut tree, aaid tree, being also tbe northwest corner of Warrant No. !J, thence (S. W K S7I K.) south twenty-nine degrees east three hundred aud aevenlT-one roda to atonea on a large rock, said stones also tieing a corner between Warrant .Wjand 3rJ!U. Second. (S. ! W. 37 K.) south lortv-two degrees west, thirty-seven and one-balf rods lo a while oak. Third. (S. 50 W. 7 R.) South tifty degrees west seventy-nine rods to an ash tree. Fourth. (S. 30 W. &i R.) south thirty Degrees west tbirly-two and one halt roda to a white oak. Fifth.-( est 52.S R.) West tiftv- two and two-tenths rods to a post on the east bank of the Tionesta creek. Sixth. Thence down said creek, (N. !S W. 4 R.) north tweniT-eight degrees west. foui' rods to a post. Seventh. (N. IS" W. 32 R.) north thirteen degrees west thirty. two rods lo a post. Kiulitn. t N. au w. 22 R.I north thirty degrees west twenty- two rods to a post. It inlli. ( N. till" W. !U R.) north aixty-uine degrees west thirty-two itmIs to a post. Tenth. (N. 65 W. a R.) north sixty-live degrees west twenty-six rods to a post, Kieventb. (N. tiO0 W. 74 R.) north sixty degrees wet seventv-lour rods to a post. Twelftn (N.l W Y R.) north one degree went one hundred and two rods lo a post, Thirteenth.-(N.40 W.R.) north four degtees wet forty-two rods to a post. rouiteenm. f w. wi K.; west ninety. three rods to a post. Fifteenth. (N. 5" K. it K. I north ntre degrees east Iwentv. six rods Iu a post. Sixteenth. (N. 86 W. 30 R.) north eighty-five degrees west thirty rods to a oost on tbe east bank of the Allegheny river. Seventeenth. (N. 1-" t. liij K.J norm twelve degroea east nineteen and one-half rods lo a post. Eighteenth. tS. 87" E. 40 R.) south eighty-seven degrees east f rty rode to a post. Mneteentli. (. a" ii k.i sou to eight degrees east eleven roda lo a post. 1 wentietb, (E. To tt.) esst seventy nve rods to a post. Twenty-first. (N. 4 W. Hit R.) north four degrees west one hundred and aixtv-fonr rods to a pin oak, Twenty-eoond. (N. W E. 181 R.) north forty-six degrees esst one hundred and eighty-one rods to a birch. Twenty third". ( N. 8i E. SH51 R.) north eighty two degrees east three hundred and siic tv five and ope-half roils lo a post, f wenty-fourth. (S. 61 W. 410 R.) south sixty-one degrees west four hundred and ten "rods to the leaning chestnut, the place of begibnlng. Containing seven hundred acres more or less. Being ex hibit "A." Also, the following piece of land known as the ''Bloomery," or Forge lot, B eginning at a post cn the south bank of Tionesta Creek. West51 rods to a post; N. 10 W. 36 R. to a post ; N. 12 W. 6i R. to post; N. 58 W. 411 R. to a post at Mark Nol.le's lane; N. 32" K. 6 R. along said lane to a post on south bank of Tio nesta creek ; S. (H E. '20 R. up said creek ; S. 72 K. 28 R. tfp said creek lo a poet j S. 26' W. 12 H. lo post ; h. i'Jt E. 82 R. lo post ; S. 10 E. 16 R. to post; N. 80 F. 7 R. to a white oak tree on bank of tald creek ; S. 3 W. 21) R. to beginning. Containing 6 A. and 'SI 11. The same being recorded in Venango Co., Pa., in Brink J, page H. Exoeptlng arid reserving therefrom cer tain parcels and lots, conveyer! to sundry persona aa fully set forth in the Bill on file in this esse. The hilt further set oat the title of the respective parties thereto and that tbe par ties to this action are seised of the premi ses described in fee simple, each having an undivided Interest therein aa follows: The plaintiff, Daniel E Sickles, Individ ually, is seized of an undivided 7-D--'7i0 part thereof; the defendant, Daniel E. Sick lea, as trustee, &c,, of (iuorgs S, Sickles, ia seized of an undivided 7JO-470 part there of; tbe defendant, Daniel E. Sickles, aa trustee, &o, of Eda Cravkanlborpe, former ly Eila Sickles, is seized of an undivided 720-.'i7K part thereof; the defendant, Liz zie J, Cook, ia seized of an undivided liiO .'7t 0 part thereof; the defendant Lanra 8 Morro is seized of an undivided Itk."i7ii0 part thereof; the defendant Fred. J. li t t er is siezed of an uudiviiled 160 ."7& part thereof; the defendant Daniel E. Sickles, as etecntor and trustee uot'er the will of Mary 8. Sickela, deceased, la seized of an Uudivided 70-S7bO part thereof; the de fendant I'.oms M. Meade ia seized of an on divided 1(M-.'7M part thereof; tbe defend ant Ernest tt Millard Is seized or an undi vided 117-o7u'0 part thereof; and the defen dant Aba U. Denbam ia seized of an undi vided 1170 37 li'J part thereof. The said lands being auhject to numer ous equitable liens claimed by sundry per sona as fully set forth in sections Z and 26 of the said Bill. That your orator is unable to agree with the above named defendants, or with some of them, aa to a proper, Just and lawful di vision between them of tbe lands and prem ises hereinbefore described in order that their several shares and proportions might be allotted to tbem and enjoyed Dy them in severalty and from tbeir widely separat ed residences and tbe character of tbeir several interests therein, it Is unlikely that any such division can be mails without the interposition or ibis benorable court. VYHERKroRat be prays: 1, That your Honors will order and de cree that a partition be made of the lands hereinbefore described In severalty between the partiea to this action interested therein, as hereinbefore described. 2 That a Master or a Master and Com missioners be appointed by your Honors to divide and partition tbe said lands, tene ments and interests into purparts and to value the same, and to ascertain the amounts, if any, which shall bs charged thereon foi owelty or which shall be paid or secured to the partiea to whom do purpart can be allotted, or If tbe premises or any part thereof cannot be divided without sep arating or injuring the whole or without prejudice to tbe interests of the partiea hereto, tben to sell tbe same or such part thereof as cannot be divided under direc tion of this Honorable Court 3. In case of any such sale aa ia teferred to in tbe preceding paragraph, then that the proceeds thereof, after paying the legal costs and charges of this action, may be di vided among tbe partiea entitled tbernto according to their respective rights and in terests therein. 4. That all proper and necessary con veyances and assurances may be executed for rarring iuto effect sncb partition, eith er of the premises or parts thereof, or of the avails of any such sale or sales thereof. S Tbat the premises hereinbefore men tioned as being subject to equitable liens and sold subject to such Hens after the amount thereof shall have been ascertained. ii. Tbat your oratora may have such other and further relief as the circumstan ces of the case may require and as to your Honors shall stem jnai and proper. DANIEL P. HAYS, W. E. RK'E, T. F. BITCHEY, Solicitors for Plaintiff. First publication November .1, lf2. DECIiEE. For Service by pnbl leatioa. And now, September 13nd, I90, It ap pear I lie by affidavit to l lis saUsfartloa ot the Court, tbat the derendaota named Ihs forego' nf petition, via: Bonus M. Meads and William H. Meads, cannot onon diligent Inquiry be found, so aa to be personally served with process. Jt is order ed tbat tlie bill of complaint be. served on the said defendants by publication la lbs manner prescribed by law for aix aarmsstve weeks in Ihe Forest Republican and Demo cratic Vindicator, newsjiapsra published la the County of Forest, and that in default of an appearance within fifteen days after tbe last publication, the bill may be Uken pro cootesao, and any further process, rule, no tice, order or decree in tbe cause, of which service shall be required, be served nn the said defendants in like manner, with a like period of fifteen days for appearance or compliance. BY THE COURT. TIONESTA SIEAM LAUNDRY Have You Given Us a Trial ? We would be pleased with au opportuoil to demon strate tu you the superior class of work we can turn out in either GLOSS OR DOMESTIC FINISH. C.ive V m Trial. SMITH & SHRIVER. Ph. cXucLsr JXqqck OFTICIAU. Office ) t 7K National Bank Building, OIL CITY, PA. Eyes examined free. Exclusively optical. CALIFORNIA COLORADO AND UTAH. Vhea)est Excursion n t es ever In effect In points West and Northwest. Person ally Conducted Pullman Tnurist8leplng Car Kxcursions from Chicago and Cin cinnati every week. Klpgant Through Sleeping Car Service and Quickest Time to HOT SPRINGS, ARK. Pullman Drawing twin Sleepers, Free Reclining Chair Cars, iiiitfel-Library Smoking Cars, Cafe Dining Cars (meals a la carte). Double Daily Service and most direct Itoule to the famoua BEAUMONT.TEX. .OIL FIELD Double Daily Service aud unsurpassed Equipment lo all points in Tennessee, Mississippi, lmisians, Arkansas, Indian Ten-itoty, Oklahoma, Texas, MEXICO. A riznna, New Mexico, Iowa, South Da kota, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, L'tah, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washing Ion and British Columbia. Homeseekers' Krcurmon and Oilonisls' tickets on sale to points West, Sou 111 west and Northwest. H'nfe To-day for nee descriptive mat ter and full partirulara to C. A. RICHTER, Trav. Paas. Ant. 812 Park Building, Pittsburg, Pa. THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, OK TIONESTA, - PENN. S. S. CANFIELD, PROPRIETOR. Good Stuck, flood Carriage and Bug flea to let upon the most reasonable terms, le will also do JOB TB-A-3riISrQ- All orders left at the i'oat Office wll receive prompt attention. A. C. OBEY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Hear of Hotel Weaver TIOTESTJL. PA. Telephoue Xo. 20. 13 Weeks For 25 Cts. Fir th brigtitesTt, i1til A ftj BUOtt rJUsr UIUsat tgfcX i j porinif pnctir I'Ukm.-rtaaj. f' J 4-a nit.onty oa maUivri e:Uitiirt ft ItatMi liaat Mamas Kin a at a llit iri hltooun;, mi lira- rfj kintlml r-nfi. 'i h lefstftatscrof I tM Bind iiiiM. rMbarTirp-a f'f Intrr-tfiiflnr It fn I'wtHtira, will Mtvl it tliirtw ),( r?.'-e, (tjsinpf). fc-vat I. it'l frew. Atlanta, ft port, n Life, TOft Oaado BI.Ik. 1'lilla IT PAVQ TO ADVERTISE III ' ' ' 1 THIS PAl'EK. Mm, CmXTl Of Course Ym can fit you out in a wagon of any ilyl you may happen to stand in near) of, irorn tbe light "buck" or dray to the heaviest trucks, and all of the best material and workmanship. ..Likewise your wishes in (be matter of buggies, the most stylish, easiest 'running, aud withal the most serviceable, we can gratify at the smallest oost consistent with best goods. This it our "long suit. But what we would like to inter est you in just now it our Superior Stock of HARDWARE. If it'i a Stof, beatiaK or cooking, the newest aud best Range at the least cost, come and see us. We are talking what we kuow to be facta when we aay wa can beat them all in this line. Anything in SHELF GOODS, CUTLERY, HOUSE FURNISHINGS. ROOFING OR CARPET PAPERS, AXES OR TOOLS of any description, in short aoytbine that may he fouud in a complete hardware store, ia here in stock. We are likewise prepared for tbe HUNTING SEASON with a line of Guna and Ammuuition of superior quality. Call and see how cheaply we can fit you out in a nice gup FISHING TACKEL. Tbe best time for fishiog is right now, and we've got evervlbiog you Deed in that department. SCOWDEN & CLARK. County Thone 22. TIONESTA, PA. MARIENVILLE HARDWARE & MACHINE COMPANY. SINCE THE FIRE a We have moved our stock of Hsrd ware into the ma chine shop where we are prepared to wait on customers as of yore. Our machinery was unharmed and we can do your work same as ever. A good line pf saws, axrs ami belting, saved from the fire, and your wants ia all other material will be promptly supplied. Ha rd wa re, 31 it l Stippljett, etc. . . . 31 III 3f nch tnery ltcfKilrcd Prompt' lJfS-!i!.(tJl,9i I'uUeu and Pillow lilckJFuruliihed on Short Notice. NEW AND COMPLETE LINE OF SUBBEMNDMAJHERBELRNG Shelf Hard aare, Irou, Nails and Tools at the Lowest Market Price. Stoves of all kinds. Perfect Olive Ranges Specialty; Guarauteed to Bake. Aies, Pea vy Cant Hooks, Spuds, Atkius' Hand Cmscut, Band and Circular Saws, Returned it Unsatisfactory. Abra live Emery Wheels. E. A. YETTER. MANACER, MARIENVILLE, PA. I THE "OLD PADTfrn tCTTM HAS NO RELIABLE a i-xniVaUn uum cnil MADE ON HONOR. lias Ntood (he Teat for Over 35 Year- Is noted for iu simplicity of construction, beauty 01 proportion, excellence of workmaosbip, faultleas balance, aud Hard Mliooliiii; 0,iinlltle. HLxpenence and ability have placed the 1'ari.kr Gun in an envi hie end well deserved position as the Best Gun in the world. Made by tbe old est shot gun manufacturers io America. Over 110,001) of thise guns in use. new Torn salesroom, r.r 32 WARREN ST. t si.losur W A T C H E s Not to Burn, But to sell. All kinds of Watches, exceDt Door ones. fVsur ' I r All kinds of Prices, except high prices. (3) fa. . .(. The LEADING JEWELER. 32 8KNECA St., OIL CITY, PA. WATCH REPAIRING Clock Repairing anil all work pertaining to the jeweler's trails, promptly anil accurately done. Xew Bilverine Watela Cases trailed for Old Hilver Cases In any condition. Old watubes taken in ex change for new ones . T. .4XIKHM:V, Anderson A O' liars barber shop, Tionesta, l'a 13, t utora l inm feast EQUAL. PARKER BROS., bieriden, conn. THE VISIBLE WRITING OLIVER TYPEWRITER Shows every word as written; aligns perfect ly, and needs least re pair. Write for cata logue and get name of nearest representative. Agents in all leading cities. The Oliver Typewriter re ceived the Gold Medal, High est Award, at the Buffalo Ex position. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO. 107 Lake St., Chicago, III Fred. Grcttenbcrger OKNERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, Kn Rines, tlil Well Tools, Gas or Water Kit liniCsamKleneral Itlai'kNinitliliiK pminpl Iv ilone at Ixw Hates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of anil lost west of the Shaw House, Tiilioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. KRED. GRETfENBKRQER ifeij La.