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jpv WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, I90tt VA ' ' 5 ' rnrnunni msmmmm ,v.:;7v..'v;..S-:1? r-V" Mrltinlry Again Chosen President by Overwhelm ing Majority. CONGRESS SAFELY REPUBLICAN. r . 4 . . . The Republicans have again swepj the country and elected tbeir splondid national tiekot by a greater majority in tbo electoral college than they bad four years ago. It is evident from the returns that Congress will also be Re publican by au increased majority. The National Republican Committee gave out a statement claiming the follow ing States as surely Republican : California, Connecticut, Dolaware Illi nois, Indiana, Maryland, Iowa, Kansas, Maine. Massachusetts, Michigan, Minne sota, New Hampshire, Now Jersey, New York, North Dacota, Ohio, Oregon, Penn sylvania, Rhodo Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Vir ginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, To this list will probably yet bo added Kentucky and Nebraska, Bryan's own State. Copyright, MOO, bf Chrlc A. Gray. PRESIDENT M'KINLEY. Copyright. UCO. liy HocUwood, 15. . THEODORE ROOSEVELT. FOREST COUNTY RESULTS. Forest County elects the entire Repub- lican ticket by good majority, giving President Melunlsv almost as large a majority as in IS:!. The figures as far as obtainable this morning ore given below nououon. President McKinley, R. 115, Bryan, D. HO. Wool ley, Pro. 11; And. Gen. liar denborg, R. 120, Meek, D. 50 ; Congrcss-at-Large Grow, R. 125, Foorderer, R, 121, Giim, D. 52, Edwards, D. 52; Con gress Clearwater, R. 11(1, Mall, D. 61; Assembly i'outt. R. 101, Wilton, D. 89 Associate Judgo Dotterer, K. i:W, Ball, D. i'.i; Dist. Atty.-Irwin, R. 119, Cal lioun, D. (iO ; Coroner, Morrow, R. 129. LOWER UAUMONY. Mclvinley 3S, Kryau 38; llardenburg SI, Monk ;!1 ; Grow 84, Eotrderer 35, Grim 35, Edwards 81; Clearwater 31, Hall 3S; Doutt-il, Wilton 30; Dotterer 34, Ball 30 ; Invin 3"., Calhoun 35; Morrow 39. TIOtiliSTA TWP. McKinley 90, Bryan 40; llardenburg 80, Meek 37; Gicw 84, Eoerderer So, Grim 39, Edwards 37 ; Clearwater PO.Hall 41; Dotterer !K, Ball 41; Irwin 89, Cal- bouu3U; Doutl85, Wilton 49; Morrow 91. llltOOKSTOV. McKinley 60, BrjTan7; Clearwater 01, Hall 10; Don!t53, Wilton 10. ka'st iiicKoav. McKinley 110, Bryan 45 ; Clearwater 110, Hall 40; Doutt97, Wilton 0.1; Dot terer 119, Bull 13. KROSTS. McKinley 50, Brv-an 8; Doutt 4S, Wil ton 9; Dotterer 49, Bali 3. WKST I1IAKOKY. McKinley 01, Bryan 59; Clearwater 03, 1 fall 52 ; Doutt 71, Wilton 4S ; Dotterer 5G, Ball 59; Irwin 00, Calhoun 45. KUHKINO, JKNKS TWP. McKinley 31, Bryan 28; Clearwater 29, Hall ZH; Doutt 37, Wilton 33; Dotterer 30, B ill 31. MAIUENVILLE. McKinley 248, Bryan 158; Clearwater 227, Hall 174; Doutt 136, Wilton 281 Dotlorer215, Ball ISO; Morrow 180; Ir win 21S, Calhoun 141. NKI1KSKA. McKinley 79, Bryau 08; Clearwater 85, Hall C2; Doutt 105, Wilton 60; Dotterer 103, Ball 53. Ol'lTOXVILI.K. McKinley 22, Bryan 17; Doutt 22, Wil ton 22 ; Dotterer 32, Ball 11. NEWTOWN, KINOSLKY TWP. McKinley 0H, Bryan 52; Clearwater 94, Hall 55; Doutt 94,Wilton 47; D itterer 114, Ball a'.. MAYHUKO, KIXUSI.KY TWP. Doutt 2S, Wilton 12. Cloii,'b precinct gave Wilton 19 majori ty, a;id Baruett twp. is reported to have given biiu alxut 30 majority. SIBLEY ELECTED. judicial annals of the world since tho ex. ecution ol Algernon bidney and the "Bloody Assiz-s," conducted by the in famous Judgo Jeffries, diately set to work, and a lawyer named Campbell, who bad mado an odious rep utation as a manufacturer of testimony, was employed on the case. This money was freely used to bribo witness, as high as $5,000 being paid for tbo right kind of evidence, as was afterward testified to. One of tho witnesses, as has since been shown, who testified that be was on tho Capitol grounds at the time of the shoot ing and saw a rifle protruding from the Secretary of State's office, was not within 100 miles of Frankfort on that day. The trial has been a . shameless and Moody larce, wherein an inordinate de sire to share the $100,000 blood money and a bitter partisan feeling wero the in spiring motives. Bribery was resorted to in the most unblushing manner, Jur-r-a wero solidly" packed with Goebeli We Are 7G,2!).,250 Slroiijr. Tho official announcement of tho total r.oniilation of the United States for 1900 is 70,295,220, of which 74, 627,907 aro con tainod in the 45 states representing ap proximately tho population to bo used for apportionment purposes. Th-re is a total of 134,158 Indians not taxed. Tbo total population in 1890, with which the aggregate population of tbo piesent cen sus should bo compared, was C3,0fQ,75ri Takinethe 1900 population as tt basis there has been a gain in population of 13, 225.404 during the past tn years, repre Montiug an increase of nearly 21 per cent. No provision was made by tho census act for the enumeration of tho inhabitants of Porto Rico, but a census for that isl and, taken as of October 10, 1S99, uuder tin direction of tho war department, showed a population of 953,213. Following is the official announcement of the nonulation of the United States in 1900 by states : Mirth is tiooil Medicine. A merry heart doeth good liko a medicine, but a brokon spirit is weari ness to tho bones." It lias been woll said that it's worth ?1, 000 a year to any man to look constantly on the bright side of things. At the recent banquet ol tho Wholesale Druggists' Association, held in ChicaM. Rev. Frank Crane extolled tho romodial qualities of laughter First Fall Chat. For tho approaching fall and winter season out exhibit of attractive novelties in Meu's ami Young Men's Apparil will be the largest utnl most iliversiliel ever shown ill this market. ALL THE FASHI0NVBLE SHADES AND FABRICS IN THE VERY LA TEST PA TTERNS Wo show in profus- variety. They aro mdo according t I lie Highest Sinndsnl of Manufacture. UI' ''ciitiiin that FINISH that tivis our garments their well uVhrrve-l popularity ami 8ucees. We will place upon salt) several xkw fi:atiki:s ix svith axi oviuicoatn. which, to avoid inimitiilion, we will not as yet det-crihe in print. i i;.EnviuBt fois fall nfathfji nnd ciol evenings is uow realy ami as wo hny ami fell only lor I'ASM we can defy competition ami beg ynu to seo our good and prices. WIIOB'.S THAT I,OOI WFM AM) WF.AK Wl.l.I. are our ptrong points in foot wear nod have them for La dies and Children, men and boys WV ur' always pleased to serve you. Tl ON EST A CASH STORE, 4 ASH IMtt(JAI MAKUKS. riIONE34, KKI'LEK ULOCk'. p. Sibley s election to Congress from the 27th district is conceded by the Kmcry people, and tho Republicans claim to bave carried tho district by 2,000 to 3,000 ina jority. We live been unable to got figures from this Congressional district, but the probability is that Mr. Hall has pulled through liy a narrow margin. THE GOEUEL Tl! Mi llie Most Infamous Travesty ol Justice Known to Modern Jurisprudence. Henry Hall, tho ablo correspondent of the l'itlsburg Times, lias been in Ken tucky recently, and" has wrtttcn nn ex haustive art:cle concerning tho trial of tlic parties accused ,f complicity in tho murder of Senator Goebel, who was a candidate for Coventor airninst Taylor, wiiu wns-(fieJ, but deprived of the of tiro by an iiiii-uiipiwuiis and bitterly puili-an lo siuiiire. Ititpiears not only from Mi. I--.'" statements but from ed itorials in li-adii. rcuii.cratic papers of Kentucky tlni. tho tnal of the alleged liuinli icrs of William (ioebel was the most dastardly crime that bus stained thu Democrats. Eugino Newman, a Demo crat, on the staff of tbo Louisvillo Cour ier Journal, wrote as follows concerning the conduct of Judge Cantrill : "The man who shot William Goebol deserves to bo banged, and any man who plotted the assassination, it it was plotted, deserves to oe nangea. taieu rowers is charged with plotting tho murder. He was tried lor it. lie was not proved to be guilty of the charge. And he did not have a tair trial. Charged as an accessory ot a nameloss principal, he was convict ed before any principal was arraigned However, there was precedent for that. Lord Jeffreys in the first caso of the Bloody Assizes,' of lorever lnlamous memorv, in the case of Alice Lisle, fixed that. There was other conduct ol Judge The sum of JlOn.OOO was appropriated bv tho Kentucky Legislature lor the ar rest and conviction of tho murdorcrs of Ooebel. Detectives eaer to get n share of tho $100,000 blood money were imme Cantrill at (Jeorgotown that tin.ds prece dent in Jeffreys' at Winchester. For ox amnio. Jclireys said to ono ot tho wit nesses for defense, 'Oh how bard the truth is to come out ot a lying Presbyter ian knave!' He said that to intimidate the witness and to influence the jury Cantrill said to a witness for the defense, 'That is a stump speech.' What did he say that for? He was prompted by the same spirit that had prompted Jeffreys Kemombor that Jetireys had disarncmi tho ormine 215 years before. Jurispru dence ought to have mado somo advance in thnt while. Jeffreys was drunk on tho bench, and that ought to have been soino sort of an excuse for bis violent outbursts. Cantrill was equally outra roous in demeanor his manner, bis smiles of approval, his frowns of dissent uinniiriTin, urn uoiii,!i mi u mi rji'i' the plain rights of defense, his severity toward counsel this and theo disclose the other and equally infamous oonspir acy to 'Hang Taylor and damn tho Ra publican party. Aud they had sioo.ooo with which to pay expenses." Tho Louisvillo Post, also a Democratic paper, had this to say of the trial of Hen ry E. Yontaey, undoubtedly an innocent man : "Youtsey's trial has been from the first a tragedy. He has beon the victim of the most treacherous plotting that ever was hatched In the brain ot a desperate lawyer. Deceived and betrayed, badger ed and waylaid ; attacked by friends nud foes; tricked, threatened and tried throe times under the pretense of trying other men : tempted by Hie subtlest pleas that ever whispered crime or concealed treachery, it is not wonderful that the nervous strength of this young man failed him and that mind and body col lapsed. Hut hard as all this is, worse re mains; the recused where was the ac cused whom the law says must be con fronted by the accuser'? He was won dering in pastures greener ; he was walking by still waters away from the relentless pursuers; lie was wandering where tho mind of men may not follow him, where only the imagination can reach companionship with him. Reason overthrown, he could not even hear the accusing witnesses. The body lay quiet in the presence of the court, and dragged there bv the most remarkable and most rrmorseless orilors that ever emanated from a judge in America. It was noth ing to Youtsey. In one lust note of de fiance 'you shall not stand there to swear my life away,' the lamp of reason, tho light of the soul, went out. and all re sponsibility ended. Yet all the tragedy went on in the open light of day; the physicians were instructed not to u-o the (Jod-giveii means of peace to alleviate the siuieriugs oi mo vicum. inn iiihii wuoiii tho nhvsicians said could not be shamm- iiiK was either shamming or he was all unconscious of what went on about him. He answered to no call from friond or foeiaan ; he called on no name but the name of one woman. His voice in dclir i ii in ranir out to interrupt the witness, an all unconscious protest against the mockery which bad for its theater court house of Kentucky." 1'y hucIi witnesses, such a judgo and such motives as these, four men have been convicted of complicity in tho as- sassi nation of Senator Ooebel, and son tencf d to imprisonment for life. And Governor Taylor himself would bave been convicted by the friiio methods if he bad not had the good sr use. to leave tho State and seek probation under Governor Mount, of Indiana, who re fused to deliver him into the hands of these infuriated scroundrels. l'uiuaiv tawtu'H iSjiint. 1900 1S90 Alabama 1.8iS,097 1.51:1,917 Arkansas l,311,;Vil 1,128,179 California l,4V,05:t l,20S,i;tO Colorado 5H9.700 412,18 Connecticut 90S,:r. 7-10,258 Dolaware 184,73") 178,493 Florida f28,;.42 .101,4 Georgia 2,210,329 1,S;!7,3. Idaho 101,771 m.:wj Illinois 4,821,5.-i0 3,82(5.351 Indiana 2,510,403 2,192,401 Iowa 2,251,829 1,911,890 Kansas 1, 409,490 1,427,096 Kentucky 2,147,174 1,858,035 Louisiana 1.381, (527 1,118.587 Maine 094,336 fi61,08 Maryland 1,189,910 1,012,390 Massachusetts 2,8o5,340 2.238,943 Michigan 2.419,782 2,093,889 Minnesota 1,751,395 1,301,83(5 Mississippi 1,551,372 1,289.000 Missouri 3,107,117 2.079,184 Montana 243,289 132,159 Nehraska l,0(8,!Hll 1,058,910 Nevada 42,334 4,7til New Hampshire 411,588 370,530 New Jersey 1.883,0(59 1,441,933 Now York'. 7,208,009 5.997,853 North Carolina 1.891,992 1,917,947 North Dakota 319.010 182.719 Ohio 4,157,545 3,072,310 Oregon 413,532 313,707 Pennsylvania 6,301,30.) 5,258,014 Rhodo'lsland 428.550 345,500 South Carolina 1,310,312 1,151,149 South Dakota 401.559 328,808 Tennesseo 2,022,723 1,707,518 Texas 3,048,826 2,235,523 I'tali 270,5(55 207,905 Vermont 313.011 332,42', Vircina 1.85 1, 184 1,055,980 Washington 517,072 319,390 West Virginia 958,900 702,79.1 W isconsi n 2,008,903 1 ,0(1.880 Wyoming 92,531 08,705 compared with druas. Hero aro some his epigrams: Man is the only animal that was made to laugh, and, as science teacnes iuui laugh is a sure boon to health, it is a sin lor us to substitute excessive drug-taking for laughter. Laughter increases the blood circula tion. It enlarges tho heart. It expands the lungs. It jiggers the diaphragm. It promotes the circulation of the spleen. I onco knew a man who laughod so much that when ho di,ed they had to cut his liver out and kill it with a club. Uowaro of theologians who havo no sense of mirth they are not altogether human. Keep your chin up. Don't take your troublos to bed with yon hang them on a chair with your trousers or drop thorn in a glass ot water with vour teeth. President KrugerN Travels. Total for 45 States ...71,0 Territories, Etc. Alaska (estimate) Arizona District of Columbia ... Hawaii Indian Territory N Mexico Oklahoma Persons in the service of the United States stationed abroad (estimated) Indians, etc., on Indian reservations, except in Indian Territory... 7,9(i8 02,116,811 41,000 122.212 278,718 154,001 391,900 193.777 398,215 32,022 59,620 230,392 89,990 180.182 153,593 01,834 81,400 145,282 Total for seven territor ies, eto 1,007,313 952,91a Tho Alaskan figures are derived from partial data only, and all returns for Alaska and for certain military organiza tions stationed abroad, principally in the Philippines, have not yet beon received. The Indians not taxed aro distributed as follows : California, 1,559 ; Colorado, 597; Idaho, 2,297; Minnesota, 1,708; Montana, 10,740; Nevada, 1,665; New York, 4,711 ; North Dakota, 4,092; South Dokota, 10.932; Utah, 1,472 ; Washington, 1 .Vtt t Wisconsin. 1.057 : Arizona. 24.611 : Indian Territory, 53,033 ; New Mexico, 2,937 ; Oklahoma, 0,927. Letter lo W. II. Ellis. Ttonesta, I'd. Dear Sir : There is going to be, from now on, in 1 ionesla a uood (leal of paint ing done that will hist in good condition from 3 years up 10 years is cojnmon ; we know of it good in 15; and wo know no limit it seems to be likclv to last as long as the house lasts, in favorable con ditions. The painter that uses this paint will get all the business he can do. Devoo lead and zinc is the paint. It looks as good as any; costs no more and is ready no tinting or mixing to do. The zinc is ground in wi:h the lead bv machinery you can't do that. Test it yourself, if you like; but there's plenty of evidence for it. Wo take tho risk of how it turns out there is no risk. Do you want this work ? Yours truly, 13 F. W. Dkvok & Co. ' A Paris dispatch says the foreign office ofllcials believe former President Kro ner will travel incognito during his vis'u to tho Europeau capitals, rclinguishlrg it in each city only long enough to permit au exchangf. of visits between Mr. Kru- ger and the head of tho nation. H is slay in Paris will not i xcced forty-eight hours, and possibly only twenty-four. Tho French government will not oiler Mr. Kruger any formal function, though it is expected the city will tender him n demonstration, which will bo a sceno ol enthusiasm. Tho government will not take part in tho reception, but will not, however, put any obstacle in tho way of private plans of welcomn. In short, tho government will not take any step like ly to tie construod as an oiience to ureal Hritau, though it is certain Presidont Lmi bet and Mr. Kruger will exchange visits. How's This? Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Ho ward for any caso of Catarrh, that ennno' bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chunky it Co., Props.,.'lob do, (). We. tho undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly Jioiioralilo in oil business transactions and financially ablo t carry out any obligations made by their firm. Vt kst it TRAl'x, wholesalo druggists, l o ledo, O., Wai.pino, Kinnan cV Makvix, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mu cous surfaces of tlie system, rnco i;c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Tcsti nionials free. Hall's Family Pills are tho best. "The Atlanta Special." Tho route of the "Atlanta Special" is vin the Seaboard Air Lino ttaiiwav Florida and West India Slioit Line." with through Pullman drawing room and bullet sleeping cars from New York, Philadelphia, rsaltiiuorc, Washington and Richmond to Athens and Atlanta, where direct connections are made in Union Depot for Montgomery, Macon, New Orleans and all points South anil Soulhwest. Trains arrive aud depart at Pennsylvania Hailroad stations. F-r further information rail on or uddrci-s W. C. Shoemaker, Goneral Eastern Passen- gor Agent, 1200 Uroari way, N. Y. ; ('. L. Longsdorf, New England Passenger Agent, 306 Washington streot, Huston, Mass. ; W. M. McConnell, General Agent, 113f Yew York avenuo, Washing ton, D. C, or the General Passenger Agent at Portsmouth, Va. E. Sr. JOHN, L. S. ALLEN, V.-P. A G. M. Gen. Pass.Agt. Cream of the News. The Christian Endeavor Ktalo Con veiuion win ue ncldat I'hiltidolphui Nov 20 to 22. Seo prices at Tionosta Cash Storo and save money. it I hero are 02 miles of tunnels in tho fortified rock of Gibraltar, as i alt telephono No. 31 fur lresh gto of I eerie -s eh. up. n Tho railways in this country support atnuit 4,000,000 poi sons and their families. Crushed plush capes, silk lined, fur trimnit d, ?t!,00 at Tionrsta Cash Store. It White bluckborrios aud greeu roses havo boon propagated in Louis.ma this year. He.ivy clotu capes, fur trimmed, $." at Tionesti Cash Store. it It Is said that tho population of the world Incroases 10 per cent, every ton years, Silk plush capes, fur trimmed, $5.00 at Tionesta Cash Store. It In Japan it is customary for thu bride to givo all her wedding presents to hor parents. Ladies and Misses jackets and capos, just new, at Tionesta Cash Storo. It In tho United .States and Canada there aro 904,091 Odd Fellows aud 837,39,") Free Masons. Host shoes and rubbers sold cheap at Tionesta Cash Stoso. It Meat has been preset vod in a frozen state for 30 years, and fi.-und perfectly entablo at tho end of that timo. Seasonable Goods -All kinds of underwear sold cheapest at Tionesta Cash Storo. It , A man is truly in lovo with his wife who oilers to match so.no pale blue rib bon and two spools of sewing silk on bis way down town. Heavy rubber si ' -s and boots, that are guarautted, aro sold only at Tionosta Cash Store. It Tho Galveston relief fund has reached $1,1 10.30S. Prices on ladies' wraps aro lowest at Tionesta Cash Store. It. A fool always has plenty of fool ad iniiers. Host styles tn ladies' wraps at Tiones ta Cash Store. ' It. , A man'.- best friond is tho one marries the girl that jilted him. N. O. molasses 35c gallon at Tionosta Cash Store. It who (Joed Hotel And Farm 1'or Sale. The -Forest Hotel, centrally located in tho town of West Hickory, Pa., on tbo Pennsylvania Railroad, is for 'sale, to gether with all furniture and fixtures, billiard tables, livery, etc. Tho houso Is fitted up in good stylo for conducting lirsi class hotel. Also a larin ot 30 acres on Flemming Hill, a mile from West llb-kory. with a lot of farming imple ments. Th-s farm is In tho centro iif f paying oil territory. Koth properties are real bargains, call on or address, , JAROII liKNDKH. 10-2I-3t West Hickory, Forest Co. Pa To Rppnir Broken Arti cles ue WW Majors - 3 1t l.-y.fMM:-. Remember MAJmt'rt Ht'UHKR CtMENT. MAJOR'S LEATHER CKiltNT, it BESTYETTE" COATS! Umbrella's, bers. T. C. S. mackintoshes and W ben veil want o lcphone T. C. S. groceries rub. It quick It IRJIsr PROOF, COLD 3?IROOIF Wllsro IFIROOIT', COMFOETABE, BEASOITABLE. mm i;v a For Fall and Winter will soon arrive. Keep your eyes on this space. Lawrence & Smearbauah. A. Way.ni; Coon, Prf siib'iil. AO. A. 15. Kki.i.v, Cashier. W.M. SMlOAKnAt Oll, Vice Presldon). FOREST COUNTY NATIONAL HANK, TIONESTA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, A. Way no Cook, N. P. V heeler, T DlKk'CTOIt.S tl. W. Kobinson. Win. F. ltiu bey. J. T. Pale, 150,000. Smearbaugh, J. H. Kol!y. Collections romitled for on day of pryinent at low ratos. Wo promise our cusbuii era all the benollu consistent with conservative b king. Interest piid on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. tiller. To the Good People of Tionetht and YlCllttll! I now employ Mr. F. L. (!lawson in my liouesta store. ilr. tdawson corues very well recommended, being a good workman, as well us being sober, industrious and conscientious. Briog in your walch, clock, in fact, anything pertaining to tho Jewelry line, that needs repairing, and I will guarantee satisfaction. Our motto is, "Not How Cheap, IJut How Goid for (he Money." C. C. ULLER, lIlHII"Il St !, TIOINTESTA., PA. t- - r- S-W-f-'.'--: f ':' 1 .: - iv--A.''..-'..i,sA:Vi'Vr5 THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, OF TIONESTA, - PENN. S. S. CN FIELD, PROPRIETOR. Good Stock, (iood Carriages and Bug gies to let upon the most reasonable terms, Ho will also do job T-EMiisra- All orders left at the Post Office w il receive prompt a! lent inn. ROBINSON. 1 1 era & sis CEflEMl BIERCKAKTS, Furniture Dealers, AND- ' UNDERTAKERS. TIONKSTA, PKNN. lennsylvania UAHVUOA-l). VAL- UUKl'ALO AND AIXP-CHKNY I.KY DIVISION. . Taking cll'cct, Oi tobor 1, 11(00. No. 31 Hulfalo Kxprcss, daily exeent Suiulay ij:uonoou. No, 3:t Oil City and Piitsburg Kxrress.daily.except Minilay..:i).i p.m. For Hickory.Tidioute, Warren, Kin7.ua, Bradford, Oleaii and theKast: No. 3i) Olean Kxpross, daily except Sunday 8:15 a. m. No. 32 Pittsburg Express, daily oxcept Sunday 4:05 p. in. Oct Time Tables and full information from J. W. McCKICA, Agont, Tionesta. J. B. UUTCHINSOX, J. K. WOOD, Gonoral Manager. Oon'l Passenger Agt. NEW LIVERY Having purchased the livery barn lo cated in rear of Hotel Agnow and after adding many now and up-to-dato rigs wo aro now prepared to furnish livery rigs to the people of t:iis vicininity and gmran tce to fit you out in lirst-class stylo. We will mako a specialty of furnishing rigs for Funerals, Weddings, Hoccptiona Kt'' WM, ORAM, ARCHIE UREY. com i? xn SKK us. Pit tluGusr Moncst OFTICIAK i oiiuo -y, National Bank Building, I Oil, CITY, PA. t Kyes examined free. Exclusively optical. HOW about your slock of Stationary! Welo high class Job Printing.