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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
i. i. (, CaiToa a aaosmtroe. WEDNESDAY, XOVKMBKK M. 1'JOi 1902 .NOVEMBER 1902 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. .LLC 2:3J j:j;7 9, 10 .11 1 12, 13! 14' 15 16' 17 18 19 20 21 22 1? 24 25 26 27;28 29 Aloxo with Die Pave Hill boom nd the T m Johnson boom. Hie Irce trade b"oni l liki wise nn the scrap pile, (ir.ovi K Ci.' VEi.Nn still remains Ih only Pmvrat of Presidential size, and m steam road roller hi just passed over liim. TiiKmsin Issue for the Democratic frty is to prove that it is alive, after counting the Republican proces-ion of thirty states. It is oot easy to fix Hie exact date hen the issue of imperialism expired, but It is about the deadest thine in the history of American politics. The Iowa Democrats announce that they are happy over the result of the election. Happy, probably, because that Republictn iiiajanly ol T"i,'"0 was no bitter. Tub leading Pemocratic paper in Al bany has a fiery article entiled : "Throw Our Jonah Overboard " Pari 1 P. Mill would be justified In a burri d withdraw al to Wolferfs Ibmst. Osk American dollar is now worth ex actly t- 5o in Mexican silver coin. Yet it bas n' t ben so very long ago that a cndnlate for the Presidency ot '.he United States declared that silver was t!ie running mate of w beat. JrriP GkaT, of ihe Anthracite strike commission, acted wisely ti e other dsy in placing resrictiona on the cross-examination of witnesses tw-fore the eomniis sl.m. Facts are what are a anted, no' catches on witnesses, or th-ir opinions on various subjects of no value In this case. The republicans setn to have cleaned up ('-dorado in spite of M r. Bryan's tour. Would it be too htrsli to say by grace of Mr. liryan's tr.nr? Hy the way, the Re publicans niisrlit break the solidity of the aohd south if the peerless one could only e induced In change h is residence to that section. A simuularly misinformed Washing ton correspondent speaks of a member of the cabinet as the "political manager of the Administration." The Hartford Courant is of the opinion that that very responsible uoition is held by a gentle man named Theodore Rneye!t. and thought everybody knew it. Everybody will In time. Tim latest strike iu the Chicago public achoola is on the question of drinking water. The board of healib cut off the supply and now the pupils are matching the streets with banners bearing the leg end: "Nowater.no atudy." If the par ents would inscribe on their banners "No study, a good spanking," and en force it, these foolish strikes would end at once. A war of rates by s'eainship linea run ning to M null Africa, as the result of new lines re entlv started, is bewildering shippers in New York. Freight ratea winch were formerly (14.40 a ton are at present f.4I per t"ii,nd there bas been a large increa-e in trallii'. That is the re sult of competition, though it may not be profitable. A hixolk sh"t from an express mcs aenger. which struck one of the robbers prevented the looting one night last week of a tram on the Colorado Jt .Southern railroad. There were four ot the scoun drels, and they had the train stopped and dynamite under the express car when this one shot started them on the run carrying the wounded man with them. A few brave men such as that messenger would put an end to train loblieries. SATIMKAtToRV arrangements with Co lombia for the construction of the Pana na canal have not yet been arranged.and Bre not apparently in sight. When Co lombia (hanged its Mini. lor at Washing' ton and increased its demand lor an early payment of $7,000,000 to $10,00(1,000 it was clear that no immediate arrangement ould be made. It may be necessary yet to resort lo the Nicaragua route, though thalvould be unfortunate for Colombia, The volcanic Mrs. Carrie Nation was in eruption at the New York horse show last week. On this occasion she directed hot air at some of the overdressed and tinderdressed, conspicuously and ridicu lously dressed women, who enter into rivalry with the horses for masculine at tention. Little sympathy will be ex tended to the victims of her a tacks, al though her conduct was that of a vulgar and rnflainly lunatic, when xbe called out to those who offended against her standard of modesty and good tate,"You ought to be ashamed to wear such dis graceful clothes. Take them off, take tliem off al once, and attire yourself more modestly." t may be, however, that a few rude reproofs administered in public even at the sacrifice of good order and genteel bearing, would accomplish more in the correction of women's oUencea in dress against good taste and modesty than all of the mild protests which it is possible lor the judicious to raise. That such an institution as a syndi cate, whose business It in tosupply young girls lor immoral purposes, could exist in any civilized country seems Incapable of belief, but that audi ia the case, and that this syndicate bas headquarters in llermauy with branches iu New York and Philadelphia has come to light with in the past few days. In I,hiladclpliia one right recently, number of the re sort of these unfortunate girls were raided and 4(X wouieu were arretted. Three men who are said to lie at ttie head of this syndicate of shame in that city, were also plained in custody at d are awaiting trial. It is shown that Jeaisli, Italian, French and other girls we e de coyed from their homes by agents of the syndicate and sent to this country, where they were sold into unspeakable slavery in some rases tor fo and f lOap ece. What punishment would be a (opiate tor such human monstrosities? The death penal ty would scarcely lit the cas, al though that would perhaps be the ex treme. It should, however, be preceded by a long term of torture of some kind. It ia gratifying to learn that active ef forts are being p".t forth in both cities to stamp out so foul a blot. The Majority in I'oncress. The list of niembersof the next House of Representatives, aa prepare.! by Tl.os. II. McKee journal clerk of the tii.ue, shows (hat they uiimber 3 Republicans and ITS Iemocrats. The Democrat in clude all of the opponents of the Republi can party iu the House, the I'opulista havi' g taken refuge under that name. A Republican majority of thirty isainple, and is, at the same tiin, more than to ice as much as the party had on the face of the returns in IMS -s hell the preceding "otTvear" Hons was chosen. The "Populist" and "silver" men hae practically disappeared. They failed lo carrv a single Northern State in the re cent coiiu-t, w hile thy lost Idaho, Mon tana, Colorado and oilier SUtes. Iu Mas sachusetts and in some other States w here the Pem's-ral Ignored the Itryan plat form a good many Democrats vcled for the Nx-iaiisl nomiuefs, which bas given the SH-ialist party undue prominence. It is not likely to atiain any considerable ir.e in this country ure the Bryan men controlled, as in Ohio, they were worse defeated than w hen Itryan himself let the ti. ket. In the South no real election took place excepting in Maryland, West Virginia and Delewjre, which went Republican Tbese three States are not real ly Southern Slates any more, as the Democratic meth ods of carrying elections iu them were overthrown by Republican law. Some of tho Southern legislation which has disfranchised colored meu in that section will no doubt be overthrown by the Su preme Court, before w hich it has been taken for decision. The Republican par ty bas been able to carry the nation by tremendous majorities, even with the Southern States counted for the Demo crats, without anything more than the pretense of an eltction. That has ait at ret the Democratic delusion that It could carry the country by disfianchising such a large body of voters. The Southern Democrats have more trouble in sbire for them, growing out of then extraordinary defiance of the law. The lb publican Congress, with such a large majority in view of the extraordi nary situation in the South, makes cer tiin Republican victory in lfltH, if Con- grew performs its duty. All depends on the record In be made iu the way of leg islation. Fliila. Press. GENERAL MILES' TOUR. Will Leave Manila This Week Fcr China, Japan and Russia. Manila. Ni;v. 23. Lieutenant Cen tral Mi c3 will leave here for China, Japan aril Russia al the end of the week. Diicus-ing th.- Philippines he said: "I have scon ld.L'OU f tur troops and wiil lnope-1 mure of them before leav ing. I fuund them to be In fair con dition. T.iU Is a hard country for campaigning. I inspected the prin cipal natural defenses of the Islan Is and sorno of the harbors whirh the government may fortify. I found the pco-ple generally impoverished frill the effect t.f the war and the pestil ence which fdlowed It and I ft ar jonie may sufler frcm famine. The dearth tf farm anima s leaves the peo ple no means of r'eovery." The atmy an l navy club will enter tain Gcmral Mile? this evening. 1,C00-Ton Barge Canal. Albany. Nov. 25 fl-overnor Odell staled that he had conferred during th' day with Major Thomas W. Sy mons r.f Huff a o and Abel E. Blarkmer, counsel for the New York Produce ex change, regarding a proposition which will be submittd to the legislature la rumeotk.n wit'.i the construction of a Loon-ton barge ranal at a cost of $$1, ooo.iiiio. Ttie g.ivf rnnr sai l that both of his callers retpiefted that he strong ly urge the legislature to take prompt artl .n In th matter. No definite ac tii n wa3 taken In the matter and the governor .'lid n't efpr-ss any opinion cr Intimate w!-.at his position would be. Eowlker-Roosevelt Boston. Nov. 25 At the Church of the Rf.de-'iner. Chestnut Hill, Rev. T. James llowlker of England and Mrs. Kathnine Roosevelt, daughter of tho late Augustus Lowell of Brookllne, were married by Bishop Lawrence of Massachusetts. Mr. B.wlker is pro fessor of mathematics at Haileybury ocllege, England. The bride is related to President Roosevtlt by marriage. Ex-President Had to Leave. San Jose, Costa Rita, Nov. 25. Rafael Igl-siai, former president of Costa Rica, sailed Sunday night for New Orleans. Only the members of his family knew of his doparttire. Since the i evolutionary outbreak here last May his life lias been made un bearable. He has betn subjecteJ to abuse In the piisj and has been con tinually watched by the police. Defunct Creamery Company. Madison, Wis., Nov. 25. One hun dred and thirty creameries owned by the defunct Elgin Creamery company were sell, by order of Judge Btinn of I'.ie f b ral court, to Che and McGib- l.on of Chicago, tho highest bid !ers, lor $43,i'm. It is said the purchase I i for a new creamery organization to lie effected scon. Emigration of Sicilians. Rome, Nov. 25. The Italian General NavlRati;n company will establish at the beginning tf the new year a s-r-vice of mall steamers from Palermo lo New Orleans In order to fael'itate th emigration of Sicilians to tho Southern Hint' It. PLEA OF INDEPENDENTS. Want Concessions From Railroad if Wages Ar Raised. Scranton, Pa., Not. !4. The position to he taken by the Independent coal op orators ah rtgard to the tentative ASre.mcut between the large coal com pitiiis and the mine workers to settle their dispute outside the anthracite c. al sinke cvmn.isMou hut with concil iatory assistanc? of the arbitrators, ii- not yet been definitely decided ti n. The independents had a meeting Sat urday night at which were present the representatives of about 2fi companies ai d a committee of nine was appointed to go to New York cn Tuesday for the purpose of meeting the president of the coal carrying raiiroai and learn fnm them w:at indep ndtnt compan ies are to expect providing they agree lo go along and adjust the labor dis pute with, ut arbitration. The independent operato.s will make a firm stand for ome recognition in th, matt.r of a s-'ttlrment with the iv. ir.ers. It is authoritatively stated they will not assume the attitude of Vcr.i.-ere:its when the committee meets the co.-:' presidents nor will they ap p ar as supplicants. The independents feel that If an in irr.e in wase? Is agree! upon they v, .il want s-. me concession frcm the si carrying roads in order to com p;:'..at them for granting an increase to ih - nii::e.s. Th independent companies, it Is un-der-st c.l. do net sell their product dl-r.- tiy tj the consumer. They turn It ver to the coal carrying railroads who c've the individu.il concerns, generally s.;i n!:i .I. C5 cent cn very dollar, ro t.i ni-r 3."i cents for can ing and selling the real. The independents say that If wages ;re Increase! the large companies have it w'thin thtii- poer to Increase the prii e i f coal tn the consumer or main tain the present Mgh prire at the nines which was fixe! by some com pir.ies K'i r the stiike in orler to com r -n a'f them for the damage entailed 'nr'ng the suspension. DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. Front of Building Blown Across Street ard Adjoining Buildings Wrecked. Mahauoy C.ty. Pa.. Nov. 24 The ruist destructive dynamiting outrag" tunt. ha occurred in the coal regions situ .j th- strike bean was perpetrated htre at 5 j'i !..ck Sunday morning. The dynamite with fuse attached t pia'-ed on the bar of the saloon of Chri.-t ph r Portlanl. The front part f the buil'.ing as blown across the street and the adjoining buildings on cither s.de were badly wrecked. Windows were brvKen in every house in the -(inure. Portland and the othrr members of the family were sleeping In the third ho'ir and escaped without serious in jury althiimh all were thrown from their beds. Portland's two sons are non union men and workel during the strike. INDEPENDENTS ENJOINED. Fairmont Operators Ordered to Cease Seizing Cars and Loading Them With Coal. Parkersburg. V. Va.. Nov. 22. In dependent coal operators who have been loading cars on the Baltimore and Ohio r ai at Fairmont without the tailrcad company's consent were yes terday enjoined by Judge Jackson in th?. l"ni:el Slates court from doing so or from Interfering In any manner with the cars or ether property cf tho company. Tho Independent operators as?ert that they have h'en discriminated against by the railroad company and cannot get cars, so they have been helping themse'ves, which the com pany says Interferes with its regular bu The h aring of the motion for a permanent Injunction is set for Dec. 2. American Erderpriscs In Canada. Washington, Nov. 24 CanaJa ha9 been the seme of an American indiis tria' Invasion in the past year that ha? servel to arouse the nat!ve3 to self 1 ve!opmen and an abandonment of their c sii-orvatlsm. Consul General Bittinger, reporting to the state do part tnent from Montreal, says that mil lions of dollars of American capital have reoer.tiy been Invented in the l)o mini'.n in atrriiulliiral and timber lands anl minirsr and manufacturing indus tries. In addition to those Invest ments Consul General Bittinger ad Is that r6ny American syndicates have been looking over the gr und In Can ada in the last few months. Wellsville Citizen Missing. Wcllsvilie, O., Nov. 22. C. L. Pjw ell, who lift this city for Pittsburg on Nov. 11. seems to have vanished from the earth, all efforts to trace his move ments having failed. Following U his description: Hair very dark; grey blue eyes; one front to.th missing; small ears; Roman ncse; height 5 feet 7 Inches; weight HO pounds; dark mus tache; altired in black suit, black stiff hat, soft Etriped shirt, b ark un derwear, black socles with white feet, geld chain and charm and silver watch. Anyone having knowledge of his v, bcreMicuts will please notify Mrs. C. L. Powell if this city. Wanamaker's Slander Suit Braver, Nov. 22. The slander trial nf Thomas Robinson of Butler against lohn Wanamaker of Philadelphia will !)e hearj here Thursday, Dec. 4. Mr. Robinson charges Mr. Wanamaket with slandering him in a political speech made In Norrl-lown in October, 18118, in connection with the printing of the "Pennsylvania Bird Book," Mr. Robinson ling at the timo superin tendent of printing. Mr. Wanamaker ha3 already engage) a suite of roomr t the Beaver hotel for himsulf and party durlnt; tho trial. A child of Mrs. Oeo. T Itcnson, when getting bis usual Saturday night bath, stepped back against a hot atovn which burned him severely. The child was in great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him, Rnmemlieriiig that she bad a bottle of Chamberlain a Pain Italm in the bouse, she thought she would try It. In less than half sn hour after spnlving it the child was ouiet and asleep, and in less than two weeks was well. Mis. Benson is a well known resi dent of Kellar, Va, Pain Halm isn anti septic liniment and especially valuable for burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. For sale by Dr. Ilunn, Tionesta; V. (, Wil kins, West Hickory, Pa. Shoes, shoes. New shoes for all at T. C. S. It BRUSSELS SUGAR CONVENTION. Ho'i of Commons Approved Govern merit's Action In Signing. London, Nov. 25. After a lengthy de bate the house of commons passed a ;v solution apptoving the action of th; British govern m -nt In signing tho Rrusst la sugar convention, by 213 vote U 12. The house itself and the public gl-l-rles were crow.lel in anticipation of U) discussion. Colonial Secretary Chamberlain, who ai'a on his mission to Scuta Africa Nov. rr.ber 25, was the centre uf attraction and he made the spivrh of the evening. Party lines were not observed during the debate, several I'nii nist members supporting Sir William Hareourt'a amen lment to renfmre the government lor Its action. The possible attitude of the United States government in this question en tered largely into the debate. Thomas Shuw, Liberal, maintained that Iu or-irr to live tip tc the terms of th convention Great Britain would be compelled to enforce the countervail ing duties against the I'nlted States and Russia with the result that the West Indi.s would be robbed of their best customer, as the United State now took four-ilfth of the West In-iian produce. Mr. Chamberlain declared that Great Britain must carry out Its fiscal system in its own way without the slightest refirence to the opinion of f. ieign countries. The abnegation of the government's altitude at the sugar conference, he said, would be a breach of International faith. Abolition of the sugar bounties was metely a matter of common jus tice to the We.'t Indies, while at the same time such action restored the re ations b. tween sapital and labor and prt .iucticn an 1 exchange to their natural phase. He maintained that even tf the peciinlaty sacrifice that those in Great Britain might make in paying a trifle more for their sugar were twice; as great they were still bound to abol ish the bcunties and to relieve the West In '.ies cn the grounds of national hinor and Justice to all parts of the empire. Will Not Accept Scholarships. Vienna. Nov. 25. A special dis patch from Gulling, Prussia, fay the tudents of the famous Hanoverian uni versity have dec! ie-d not to acctpt any of the scholarships founded by tha late Clrll Rho-des. amlloiteil Bananns. Pmiuum nre mxxl eiiouiili in their or dinary simplicity, but some imtsoiis there nre who like luunimis iinn'e Into a sort of scallop In this way: Cut half a ilo7.cn buiiniiiiH into luilf inch slices. Cut some I 'lend Into small ploit's nnd place n l.iver of these in the bottom of u piuMing illsh. Add n lover of ba nana, two talilis, .H.nfiiis of sugar ami one tnldi'spisuiful of buioii Juice. i:eiiit those layers until nil have been usi d, having bread lis the topmost. Put over the top a t.iblesHKinfnl of in-lted butter nnd sprinkle lightly with siifiir. Hake half nn hour in n quick oven. society Molars. I ic'itist-Well. bow i'o the lieT tectb iverfc? lZvcf tiling satisfactory? rn'io'it- Not exactly. They seem to tit the oMn vs. Pent nt- Nnti'ri'lly. They don't be iovs to tb" ii.nie s t. you know. Chi n to News. How's This) We oner One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh, that cannot be cured bv Hall'a Catarrh Cure. K. J. Chksry A Co., Props., Tol. do.O. We, the undersigned, have known F.J. lieney for the last l.'i years, and believe him perfectly honorable iu ail business transactions and linancially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. WKSTt TRAl'X, wholesale drtigirlsts, To ledo, v., Wai.hiso, Rinnan t Mahvin, wholesale druugista, Teiedo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Price "fto ir bottle. Sold by ali druggisis. Testi monials free. Hall'a Family Pills are the best, For sick headache try t'hamlierlaln'a Stomach and Liver Tablets; they will waid olf the attack if taken in time. For sale by Dr. Dunn, Tionesta; W. O. Wil kins, VV. Hickory, I'a. Hound Trip llnnif-scckers' Tickets During the same period round trip llomeseekera' excursion tickets will be sold by the Chicago, Milwsukee Jt St Paul Railway on the first and third Tues day of each month, good to return within 21 days from date of sale, to many point in Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota, North Dakota and other western and southwestern states. For further inlorinatinn apply to any coin-on ticket airent, or address John K. Putt, District Passenger Agent, Room D Park Hldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 4t. TO ti KK A IOI.IMN ONE DAY Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets All druggista refund the money if It fails to cure. E. W. Urove'a signature ia nn each box. 2."m5, 11-27-ly Allrm's Nperlal Panics leave Erie November INth, Dec. 2d and ."lb. Very cheap rales to middle west and middlo south-western aisles. In quire at once at least, II. C, Allen, C. P. A T. A., Nickle Plate Road, Erie Pa. A 70-51. Fennsylvania ItAII.ItOvVIJ. IllFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking ellect. June 2lltb, 11)0. No. 3ft Buffalo Express, daily except Sunday 11:25a. m. No. 32 Oil City and Pbtshurg Ex resa.daily.exoept Hunday..7:30 p.m. No. 9.30 Oil City Accoin.,Sun-' davnnly P:50a. tn. No. 9.32 Oil City Accom., Sun day only 8:12 p. m. For Hick ory.Tidiou te, Warren, K inzua, Bradford, Olean and the Kant : No. 31 Olean Express, daily except Sunday. 8:5.5 a.m. No. 33 Pittuburg Express, daily except Sunday 4:39 p.m. I No. 11.33. Irvineton Accom., Sundays only, 2:V, p. m. For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent. J. B. II UTCH INSON, J. R. WOOD. General Manager. Ueu'l Passonger Aft, Wrappers and Shirt Waists r now bavin gibe call. Our garment are aell made, ljl eh int told al reasonable price If you prefer to make your own garment, we can supply ynu with the proper matrri ls, anJ gel you any lyle NEW IDEA PATTERN'S for 10 j ROBINSON. THE CLARION STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Provide Professional Training for Teachers, Prepare Young People for Cullepe, and Offers Excelleul Facilities for General Education. FIIKK TUTIOX for Prospective Teachers. Uoard, Room Reel ami Laundry, $127 per annum. WINTER TERM BEGINS DEC. 30. For furlher particular call no or address SAMUEL W EIR. Ph. D.,Pri., Clarion, Pa. IMIMVAY. TICE TABLE To Take Effect July 1st, IWW. SOUTH Eastern Time NPKTH 'i I 4 Stations I 3 a. tn 4. p. in 'Leave Arrive . mp. in 4 I . Sheffield l i t 4.". 10 un 4 ii Barnes Henrv a Mill Blue Jay Hastings Weller M blister Porkey Mayburir nuek Mills KelletlTtlle Newtown Mills Rosa Kun IH 6.V.1 10 It) an 4 &0 IU 4o 5 OS H -Jl i 30 h M'2 1.1 7 00 !7 4. . I M i7 4o. SO 7 l :Vi II un II 2.1 II 4 II b! 5 TO. . IS r 4"l " fo it iai 7 is 1 r l i 4.' is ml 16 ri 7 on I 15 ft 30 li 4H( 7 tail Nebraska ,0 10 p. m p. in; Arrive Iave a.mlp.m T. n. COLLINS, PaasitiKT. Cures Rheumatism, Neuralla, Injuries, Sore Feet, Lame and Aching Back. Skin Diseases. Pains and Sprains. WANO WAHOELECTRI COIL. 25. TRY IT IX D AVQ to advkrtihkIo sb a s Sta THIS PAFKR. The Season of the Year OTJR ViMIBITlOlSr is to sell you the goods you need the best you can buy for a little less money than you can buy them for elsewhere. Don't miss seeing our Heavy Pants and TJiiclerve r 'or Men as well as Shirts, Hosiery. Suits, Overcoats, Gloves and Mittens. lresll Groceries always on sale and the best line of JHne Cllilia Queensware, Glassware and Lamps for Tresents. Don't pass our store. Cash Price Makers. Tionesta Cash Store. New Fall Goods are NEW FRENCH FLANNELS F.vrr) tiling Xcw ami Mrkel at llxtrrmrly Imw lrle. It W 111 lay You to Io Your Miuppini; Ilrrr. HEATFT &TTEIT, Up-to-Date Doalcrs in AO. A. It. A. Wati Coo, President. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, MRKCTORS A. Wayne Cook, G. W. Robinson, Win. Sniearbaimh, N. P. Wheeler, T. F. Rlu hey. J. T. Pale, J. II. Kelly. Collections remitted for on day of pnyment at low ratea. W promise our custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative b kins. Interest psJd on time deposit. Tour patronage respectfully solicited. A H per cent ' V advance is what you'll lmvo to pay for wall paper next spring, so deal ers have been noti fied. If you expect to do any papering the time to do it is this fall. Call on GEO. I. DAVIS, TIONESTA, PA CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS GO MaV. itjtw reliable. (Laetle-a. Mk TTMfrtt tVtf (HIIIIMTIHN KMbLlMH 111 Kent and Uwlet itifiumo irnitsi, wmJ1 wilh bin, rhhuri. Tlisihrr. Kt. rJanffruai ubtl. la(iHaaa IntllailtwM. Hut u( vtmr l'rut',-i-t, IW ariitl ?. in MntiM" l. r Part l-wlMrv, Trail anwnlnla mrA K?llsr rr imtr," Ut it, bv rrltam Hall. !. Irrrfiuaoniala. buld br ail UrutfRXsta, CHIOHMTM ORMMIOAt. CO. vatlaa latt 1 has come when you can deceive yourself no longer. You must get prepared for winter with its cold winds and rain and mud, and you must protect your health by dressing warm and by good shoes. Suits for Ladies and also Jackets and Skirts are here and our Prices on them are the only ar guments we need to make to sell them. See them. here. PETTICOATS WAISTS WAIST PATTERNS DRESS GOODS OUTINGS UNDERWEAR JACKETS &O.IS. Kellt. Cashier. VM. SMiaRBACOR, Vice Prealden NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 130,000. Horses! Horses 1 For Sale. Shunter has concluded In ray and bring in anoilirr rar load uf horse. He intend lo bring in the but horse lie ever brought ai.il will begin In sell or enhance .TIO.Ill, OCTUIIFIl 27 fine matched teams, driven and drafi All horse guaranteed a represent ed. Don't mis this great opportu nity. Come quick, at BROOKVILLE FAIR GROUNDS. Call.IXT NIH'NTKK. forThe horse have arrived, the best hnre I er shipped in. Exrrulrlx Notice. Whereas, letteta testamentary on the estate of Albinus M. uts, dweasetl, late of Harnett township, Knrest County. I'a., have been grant d to the uiideraiiriied, all p nous indebted to said estate are hereby nolitieil lo 'etile the same, and those bav ins claims against said estme will present IIikiii, properly authenticated without de lay to K wia.4 ssts. Kxeculrix. RedclylTe, I'a., .Nov. ft, ItKrj, I'nhllr Notice. Take not ce llmt I have this day bought of J. t K 11 mlit all the lu be bss on the Henry lauilinu on I'lsrlun rier to be re moved at my pleasure. W. W. Bradkb. Oct. wth, v.m.