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T. Dalo. W. V Klllinor. Justice of the Peace C. A. Kamlall, S. J. Hotlev. Constable N. K. Man well. Collector 8. J. Stilley. tH:hool Director It. Kulloii. J. C. Hiiowilen, K. L. HiHlot, K. W Jtowman, T. V. Rltchey, A. U. Hrown. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Member of Congress Joaonli C. Sibley. Member of Senate J. K. K Hall. Assembly V. W. Amnlor. President Judge W. M. Llndsey. Associate Judge R. U. Crawford, W. II. U. Dotterer. lothonotary, Register A Recorder, te. J. O. lelMt. A'ienT. Ueo. W. Noblit. Treasurer PrA. A. Keller. Commissioners C. Iturhenn, A. K. Rhine, Henry Weingard. District Attorney H. D. Irwin. jury Commissioner Krnest Sibble, Low Is Wanor. (Vtoner Dr. J. W. Morrow. County Auditors W. II. Stiles, Geo. W. Ilpluinan, It. A. McCloBkey. County Nurveyor-V. W. (Mark. County Superintendent E. E. Stitzin irr. Iteculnr Term of Caurt. Fourth Monday of February. Third Monday of May. Fourth Monday of Heptember. Third Monday of November. Church ani Nnbbnth Nrhool. Presbyterian Sabbath School at 9:45 a. in. : M. K. Sabbath School at 10:00 a. in. Preaching in M. K. Church every Sab bath evening by Rev. O. II. Nlokle Preaching In the F. M. Chnrch every Sabbath evening at the usual hour. Rev. H. A. abniser, PaMtor. Services in the PrenbyterlBii Church every Sabbath morning and evening, Knv.'R. W. lllingworth, l'wtcir. The regular meetings or the W. C. i, U. are held at the headquarters on the second and fourtli Tuosdays of each liU'tiUi. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. HP. N EST A IHM1K, No.SGO.I.O.O.K 1 Meets every Tuesday evening, in Odd Follows' Hall, Partri.lge building. lKKST LODUE, No. 184, A. O. U. W.. I Meets evory Friday evening lnA.O.U. W. Hall. TlonenU. Uti. A, K. MeeU lat and 8d Monday evening lifteaeh mouth, in A. O. U. W. ilall, TiouesU. rAPT.GEOliE STOW CORPS, No. y 137, W. RC, meets first and third Wednesday e "enlng of each month, in A. O. U. W. hall, TioneHta, Pa. fcrpiONK3TATKNT, No. 164, K. O. 1. 1 M., meels and and 4th Wednesday evening In each month In A. O. U. W. hall Tionesta, Pa. ry F. RITCHKY, 1 . ATT(ftN EY-AT-LAW. Tionesw, Pa CURTIS M. SHAWKEY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. warren, . Iti ITnrAMt Co. AC .BROWN, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW . iiiilln Amur Ktlildmu. Cor. Elm and lirldge SW., TioiiestH, Pa. J W. MORROW. M. D., !..!.... UnvifOnll .4 nuilirhf. X iiyilTmii, owiuw.. ....... Olllce and Residence three doors north of Hotel Agnew, Tionenta. rro essnnmi calls promptly responded to at all hours. D R. F. J. BOVARD, Physician A surgeon, TIONESTA, PA DR. J. C. DUNN, imivhkmant AND SURGEON and DRUGGIiT. Olllce over store, vi i'U I'lnf.ixsioMiil culis nrompl- m ly responded to at all hours ol day or i ir i . itnsmance mm ri. Urove's grocery and Uorow's restaurant D R. J. It. SIGGINS. hv if nn mm nunrpnn. OIL CITY, PA. H. E. McKbNLEY. . Hardware, Tinning A Plumbing. ' Tlonosla, P S. J- 8KT,nTipie OF THE PEACE. Keens a complete line or Justice's blanks ' . . . r I I. .1 1.. inn.liMlMlll for sale. Also niaua uoouo, mmnin,-. etc. TioneHta, Pa. T-rnTii'T. TOBAVM. H w. a whaVER. Proprietor, This hotel', formerly the Lawrence House, has undergone a complotechange, i i i-,,.,iw,i wii.li all the mod ern improvements. Heated and lighted throughout with natural gas, liallirooms. hot and cold water, etc. 1'h guests never neglected. 'he comforts of -,i?htiiat. uniisii;. I j iiviHiw .ir iiv.RnW Proprietor Tionseta, Pa. Tills is the most centrally located hotel in me piace, ami n.i nn modern improvements. No pains will be spared to make it a pleasant stopping place for the traveling public, iirst class Livery in connection. pUIL. EMERT FANCY BOOT A SHOEMAKER. Shop in Walters building, Cor. Elm and W alnut streets, Is prepared to do nil Kinds of custom work Irom the llnest to the coarsest and guarantees his work to give perfect satisfaction. Prompt atten tion given to mending, and prices reasonable. JORENZO FULTON, Manufacturer or and Dealer In HARNESS, COLLARS, BRIDLES, And all kinds of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. TION EST A. PA. umim GENERAL MERCHANTS, . Furniture Dealers, f AND- UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA, PENN para nn n n n fi nn i i i -a r i i UU D T fSllfy n Worth of Clothing, Furnishing1 47c 01 THE DOLLAR 47c -AT- In rJ ui tti i? nnnni An ri atuimp inn ruruLRn LLUininu McCUEN BLOCK This Immense Stock has been placed in the hands of the Worlds Greatest Bargain Givers THE L. C. HAMILTON SALVAGE CO. The entire stock is Re-Arranged and Re-marked, and will be sold by The L. C. Hamilton Salvage Co. on 9 1 M 1 4 AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. The L. C. Hamilton Salvage Co. are buyers of Stocks of Merchandise all kinds. They buy for Cash and handle Goods of any amount. All these Goods were made for this season's trade. - A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS WHICH WE HAVE TO OFFER: Hoys' Knee Pants. Sale Price 17c 15y' All Wool Knee Pants, all sizes, 75c kiri'l, price, 33c Men's Trousers io good, heavy Cheviots and Cisaimere's well made aud trimmed, perfect fitting, regular value $2. Sale price, 8!c. Lots of Men' Mixed Cassimercs, worth 83.50. Sale price, $1.48. Men's Fine Trousers for Sundny we r, in Worsteds aod Fancy Stripe?, every pair worth 84 50 and more. Sile price, 82 48. Men's Cassimere Suits, substantial and well made, worth $7.50 to $8. Sale price, $3 68. Meu's Fine Suits, in Clirviots and Scotch plaid worth $8 to $!). A large assortment to select from. Sale price $5.48. Hundreds of Men'a Good Hasiness Suits, in single and double breasted, 3 and 4 bettons worth $10 and $12. Sale price, $6 98. Very fine dress suits, iu Cassimeres and Worsteds, all shades in single and doub'e breasted, worth $13 aud $14 a suit. Sale price, $7 48. 100 Suits, ol Cheviot, Vicuna, Homep iii, Tweed and Cassimeres, single aud double breasted, at $8.08. Moo's Fine Dress Suits, in all the latest Ptyles and shades, equal to the finest $30,00 tailor made suit. Sale Price, $12.48. Men's Fine Suits in Cheviot and velour FiuUhed Cassimercs. Price $12 50. Sale Price, $5.98. Men's Fine Suits, latest Scotch Stripes aud Fancy Worsteds, regular price $12.50. Sale price, $0.48. Men's Fine Suits iu blue and black worsteds, price $16 50. Sale price, $9 98. These are handsome all wool suits, warranto I fast color garments, that other stores sell et $10.00. During this sale at $5.98. Suits, in this lot we have 150 suits in all sizes, 24 diflereot patterns and styles to select from. No tailor can make their equal for less than $18.00. Sale price, $9.98. Men's Fine Handkerchiefs, worth 10c. Sale price, 3c. Meu's Handkerchiefs, Good Quality, 15c. Sale prico, 7c. Men's White Laundered Shirts, worth 7.ro. Sale prico, 39c. Men's Soft Hosom Shirts, worth 75c. Sale price, 39c. IlanJkerchiefs, Rod and Blue. Sale price, 2c. Meu's Working Shirts, worth 50o. S tie price, 29c. Men's Balbriggan Underwear, worth 50c. Sale, price, 19c. Men's Good Hose, 10o value. Sale price, 3c. Men's Fancy and Black Hose, worth 15c. Sale prico, He. Meu's Suspenders, big lot, elegant webbing, 23c value. Sale price, 9c. Boys Suits in all sizes, age 9 to 1G, w .rth $2 50. Sule price, $1.23. Boys' Cheviot Suits, 8 different styles, worth $2 75 and $3. Sale price $1.98 Boy's Extra Fine Cashmere Suits, in different shados, worth $4 aod $4.50. Sale price, $2.95. Boys' Very Fine Suits, in variou? fabrics. Sale price, $4.98. FY rAViMP OPPORTUNITY that anneals to you directly. An important movement at The McCucn Co's, Thursday, July 7 at J) o'clock, when we shall by price cutting re" Y SAYING PPPQ-JJ.f!,1. 1 ?( ? 1 !lt rba.,,aiu salc 0f Clothin- Furnishin- Goods, Hats and Caps ever offered in Oil City. We put forth such ofienngs that no mat Z'JX ; u t. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re.unded. Merchants from the Country or City wishing to put- lilt WLdUU-r luuuiwuus may uj o ' , l,n rnenvvn, for nnr inmonsn rct.ni tmilli. Sale OOCIIS 1 hurstlaV. J Ul V 1 til, at V a.m. L. U. duce this HAMILTQN, SALYVUt, UU, Mark the Date : Thurs. JULY 7. and 15 Days thereafter. MARK IT WELL ! Sale Positively opens Thursday, July 7tli, and closes in lf Days. L C. HAMILTON It Co., Managers, The McCuen Company, McCuen Co.'s Block, OIL CITY, PA. Let Nothing Keep You Away. THE HOUK IS SET. YOU KNOW THE DATE.