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THF FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. WtNH, tOITOft 4 Pao.SHTOS. WEUXKSDAY, PIXKMRKK 3, 19.G. PresiOi ill's Messnire. The meuiage of Freat.tlent Roosevelt to the second session of the tifty-wveiuta Oonsreis, va read In the Senate ami Hou-e yesterday and i Ri en in full in the KKrl'iil.lc ii Ihia morning. , ren of the Vniteii Mates should fail In reail it carefully for it is a great docu ment, dealing a it does with the (treat proMema th re before the people at this time, in ai-traipht forward, dignified, hut firm manner. It is likewise very acholarly paper. Kead iU Mr. Hrvas ray the maw think for themselves, Yes, they thought twice and they are very clad they did. CorA?sT A, Confederate Veterans, in refusing to (ara.ie in houor of the Presi dent of the I'niled States, "w rote itself don a an av." Thu'.k R'e reports to the etTect that the Columbian rebellion has leen quelled. Later advices are awaited with the usual skepticism. It aiakes adillcrence whoseox is pored. From the lowing near Lincoln, Nebr., we infer that either Mr. liryan'e silver calf is ill, or his feelings are hurt, Colomma insists that the Panama ca nal shall become its property at the end of 200 years, but Uncle Sam is not buy ing South American razor-backs in a poke. II. C. r'McK w ill ouild and endow a hilt university in Pittsburg opposite the Carneg;e Institute. Pittsburg may yet be a seat of learning as well as a center of indury and wealth. I r is stated that some ot the Democrats of the State are poing to repudiate Col onel tiu ffy 's leadership. This is pretty bail, of course, hut it isn't a circumstance to what will happen when Colonel Guffey begins to repudiate some of the repudiat ing tHonoorats. The advance in wacs for railroad men is to he followed by a similar advance in freight rates all over the country. The Cential Freight association is discussing the question at Chicago this week. What ever change is aulh irir- d will probably become effective January 1. Thky say Congressman Hall has re signed as Congressman, having been elec ted to the State Senate from this district. Of course he ought to. Tor while there are Romany Democrats who are unable to get even ene office it would be unlawful for one Peuioerai to I old two. What is Colonel Itryan doing all this time thai Nebraska Is proposing to invest some of the surplus money in its State treasury in Massachusets gold bonds? Nebraska didn't show much respect for Its distinguished citizen when it allowed itself to accumulate a surplus under hon est money administration. Cabinet making for next Governor Pennypai ker is going on right merrily in the State press. One o thoroughly versed It the history of his native State as the learned Judge is, will acsreely make many mistakes in tho selection of bis nlH.-ial advisors. Besides he lias the last guess on the cabinet question, which is the best one generally. Hi sto howlers for enough tree trade with Canada to annex it to Hoston with o it regard to the interests of the rest of the United Slates are now awake to the fact that they have been on dangerous ground. They have been reading Demo cratic speeches, ami they learned that a little free trade would encourage the free traJers to claim that it was d. manded in everything and for the whole country. Worcester Telegram. Thk medical commission appointed by tiov. Stone lor the purpose examined Into the condition of Judge John I. Mitchell ol the Superior Court, found liim incapable of performing the duties of the office. Judge Mitchel has placed his resignation in the bands or the Gov ernor, who may name his former law partner, ex-Judge Cameron, of Tioga county, for the vacancy thus created on the Superior Court bench. Thk St. Louis Globe-Democrat very accurately diagnoses the political situation of the country to day, as follows: "Habit counts for something in politics. The whole tier of States from Maiue, New York and Maryland on the Atlantic coast to California, Oregon and Washington on the Pacific, have been going Republican with such unanimity and enthusiasm in recent years lhat it will be difficult to turn any ol them back to Democracy again. Many or them, of course, would go hack If the Republicans otleredadt quale prov ocation for the reaction, but the Republi cans will carefully avoid this. Thk State Legislature at its next ses sion w ill be akl to pass a bill to pension officers and enlisted men of the United StMessrniv w ho served during the war of the rebellion and ho are not pension able under any act or Congress. The bill will provide pensions lor all veteran who served at least IK) days, but to be el k'ible they must have enlisted from Pennsylvania, been honorably discharged ud residents of the Slate for at least 10 years immediately prior to the date of ap plication. The rate of peusion will be from ti to $10 per month, payable quar terly. It is estimated that 2,000 men would be buefitted. The order ol Hie Postmaster General, making marriage on the part of the fe male cleiks in his depailment tanta mount to a resignation of position, ha raised some fanciful objections bearing upon the restraints of matrimony. The order, however, is eminently just and proper. No woman occui y ing a clerical position, whether in a government de partment or in private business, should be expei trd to support a husband, and il is well lor men who are looking for thai kind of support to be forewarned. The order of postmaster General Payne may have a tendency to discourage matrimony, but it will discourage it in just Ihe lines that will best conserve Ihe intereslsof the department and protect Ihe female em ployes Irom thriltlcss alliances. Warretiiics Were Easy. The following account of how many Warren county people were "grafted" is from the Mirror, and is here given as a precautionary lip to our rea.ler who uay sooner or later be ailed upon by these sleek ceiillcmen: Some weeks ago ac uple of well dress ed, "oil". MlgL'id" If Hows Invaded the farms on the hills south of the city and I Ik ill to the tanners who tisi.le (hero alsiuts. The men claimed to he agents for a large Cincinnalti house "hioh cov ers lour full tquares" and Were armed with catalogue of mammoth pnqtorliona from w hich I hey had pations select g'MHts. Everything Irom a pin to a hay stack was ulh-red for sale and how they sol.!! Ordeis weie tsken U T rugs, clothes, clothing, dress goods, groceries, b-ds, fur niture, buggies, wagons, drugs, harnesses, rings, watihes, farm machinery, and other thing too numerous to mention. The firm claimed to be a new one and since its inception was so recent tvuld atlord to almost give things away to gain future cusiomeis. When custom was slow in coming the offer fa new broad cloth dress, w ith trimmings, linings, etc., was held out as a bait; "all for fj if you buy soinc.h ng i lse." A number of dresses were almost given awav at Ihia price by the smooth rlos. They did not c re for enpeuscs anil why should thev? Their firm was new and rich. With every order taken a cash bonus of from i2 to (II) was riquirid and this was promptly paid and the persons who in vested looked fi r their goods As the weeka slipped aaay, first one and then another looked w ise and Ihoimht of their hard earned money, Ihe visits lo Ihe ex press office grew fewer and finally now thai near-y a month has passed the lar mem are convinced that iney were worked It the fanners were worked the county was too, aid that pretty thoroughly. Nearly every house was visited and from the II ighouse brick yard, Gi underville, Chandler's Valley and other points come the fails of Hie "Hiiers." It is a costly lesson but somednv Ihe people who de sire something for nothing will learn to patronize the home merchiut who gives the in holiest values and who buys their products and is the source of their bread and butler. The scheme described above was work ed successfully near Olean and the Bulla lo l our er some time ago exposed il at length But as Baruum's nearly thread bare remark goes "A sucker is born every minute." Lock lo Your Ilcallh. The Board of Huellh desires to call at tention to the necessity of a strict com pliance with the Rules and Regulations which have been adoptid and made an ordinance by the council. A want of proper drainage and sewer age connections have, and may again cause sickness and death. On investiga tion by Ihe Board of Health it was found that the cause of diplheria at the bouse of James llrom ey was that the sewer con nection had bet n made lo the main sewer witliont a "trap," and the sew er gas was escaping Into the kitch- n and also that slops were thrown on adjoining lots without projier drainage. Sewer gas is very dangerous to life and health, and If proper "traps" are not put in at all open ings the result will inevitably be dipthe ria, typhoid fever and other deadly dis eases and probably death. Rule eleven eaya "Whatever is danger ous to human lile or health, or renders Ihe air, food or water unwholesome" are nuisances and are prohibited. AH per sons should careful ly read llealih Rules 1!) to 32 inclusive. Rules ii) and 111 are aa follows: 'M. All ihanges and directions shall be made with curved pipes. All joints and pipes shall he made air tight. The w hole work must be done by skillful median les in a thoroug'i and workmanlike man ner, and o (he satisfaction of the Board of Health. 31. Before proceeding to construct any portion of the drainage system nf a hotel, tenement, dwelling house, or other buil ding, Hie owner, builder or person con structing Ihe same shall file with the Board of Heaitb a plan thereof, showing the whole drainage system fioin the con nection with t e cmnnion sewer lo the terminus in the house, together with the location and sizi of all drainage tiaps, ventilating pipes or fixtures. Rule M provides a heavy penalty for the violation of any of the rules. It is not the desire of the Board to enforce any penalty, but it is its desiie lhat the Rules be obeyed lhat the health of the people may be preserved and deadly diseases prevented. That on one might claim ignorance cf Hie Rules a copy wss placed in every family at the lime of their adoption. Any families that have moved iu since the dis tribution of the Rules sre requested to call at the office ol the Bur. ess and get a copy. There has been some very bad and carele-s plumbing, Ihe Rules have been violated, probably, iu Home eases, thoughtlessly or through ignorance of the danger arising therefrom. Let all remember Ihe maxim: Anomce of prevention is worth a (Kiund of cure. BlIAItll OF Hl-ALTIi. Tionesla, Pa., Nov. 2!i,lfl r, .Uctnoriuni. Elva Perscilla Byers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward '.vers, died at Hie home of her parents, Nov. 24, 10H2, aged 10 years, 5 months and 9 days. She was laid to rest in the Mount Zion cemetery, Rev. Ysrd conducting the funeral set vices. As a remembrance these words are selected by a friend: Put awav the little dresses 'I lia the darling used to wear; Site will need them on earth never, She has Climbed the Ooldeu Stair. She is w ith the happy angels And I long for her sweet kiss. Where her little leetate waiting In Hie realm of perlect bliss. Angels whisper that our darling Is in hands of love so lair: That her little feet sre wailing Close beside the Golden Stair. Lay aside her little playthings, Wet w ith mother's pearly tears; How we shall miss little Kiva, All the coming weary years: Fold the dainty little dresses. That she never more wbl wear. For her little feet are waiting Up above the Golden stair. Kiss the little cuily tresses. Cut from her dark shining li lir I)o the angels k is our iIh ling III the realm so bright and fair? Oh, wo pray to meet our darling For a long, long sweet embrace, Where Ihe little feet are waiting And wo meet bur face to face. How's Thlsf I We e(Tr One Hundred Dollars Re 1 w ard for any case of Catarrh, that cannot , be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chi nm . Co., Props., Tol do. O. We, the undeisignisl, hate knon F.J. heney lor the tiisi l. year., and believe Inm peri.-rtiv honoralile in all biisiuesa I traiisAC.ion and financially attic t rrry out anv ol. ligations mad" t-y their lirtn. ; tt Ksr Th At x. w hoUsale . li nguists, lo- lisio. ii., Wai.mnu, Ki ,v Marvin, j w holesaie druggist. Tc.edo, O. ' Hall's Catari h Cure is taken internal I v. i acting dinvilv upon the IiI.hhI and mu II II oous surfaces ol the system, luce ; per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Tcsti- monials free. I Halt's Famiry Pills are the liesl. Itcttrr Than A Plaslcr. A pitsss of llaiiiiel dampened Willi Chaml-rtin's Pain IU!in and Uitind on the all', eted parts, is better than a plas'er for a lame Pack and for pains in the side or chest. Pain Balm has no suerior ss a linimenl for ihe rli I of deep sealed, mns"iilar ami rheumatic pius. Sold bv Dr. Dunn. Tionesta; W. G. Wilkins, West Hickory, Pa. .Hirst's fpi-Hni I'arllrs leave Erie November lsth. Pec. 2d and l ilh. Very cheap rales lo middle west and middle suth-western stales. In quire at once at le.vst. H. C. Allen, C. P. .V T. A., Nickle Plate Road, Erie Pa. A 70-St. This is the season of the year when the prudent and csrettil housc-ile re plenishes her supplv of Chamberlain's t ou.h Remedy. i is certain to le need ed before the w inter is over, and results are much more prompt and salislactory when it is kept al hand and given as soon ss the mid is contracted and before it has become settleii in the s stem. In almost everv instance a severe cold inav lie warded off by taking lliis remedy freely as s.sm as the first indication ol Ihe cold apears. 'l'heie is no danger in givtmr it to children for it contains no harmful substance. It is pleasant to lake both adults and children like it. Buy it and v. .u will get the Pest It always cures. For sale I. v Dr. Dunn, Tionesta, W. G. Wilkins West Hickory, Pa. Koittid Trip llciuie-seekcrs' Tickel.s During the same period round trip Homeseekers' excursion tickets will be sold by the Chicago, Milwaukee Jt SI Paul Railway on the first and third Tues day of each month, good to return within 21 days from date of sale, lo many points in Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota, Nortn Dakota and other western and southwestern states. For further information apply lo any com on ticket agent, or addresa" John It. Pott, District Passenger Agent, Room D Park Uidg , Pittsburg, Pa. 41. It will be good uews to tho mothers ofsmall children lo learn lhat croup can bo prevented The first sign of croup is hoarseness. A day or two before tho at tack Ihe child becomes hoarse. This is soon followed by a peculiar rough cough. Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy frei ly as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even alter the rough cough appears, sud it will dispel all symptoms of croup. In this w ay all danger and anxiety may lie avoided. This remedy is used by many thousands of ninth rs and has never been known to fail. Il is, In fact, the only remedy that can always be de-pi-nd.tl upon and that is pleasant ami sale to lake. Sold bv Dr. Dunn, T one-Is, W.G. Wilkins' West Hickory, Pa. Some people look like 30 cents ai d Ciiuiuerleit al that. To improve the appetite and strength en the digestion, try a lew doses ol Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. II. Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., sajs, "They restored my snpelile when im paired, lelieved me of a bloating feeling and caused a pleasant an t sattslaitory movement ol the bowels." 1 Here arn people in this community w ho need just such a medicine. Every box warranted. S ild by Dr. Dunn, Tmnesta; W. G. Wil kins, W. Hickory, I a. Duties ol other people are always doubly clear to us. A glass or tw o of water taken half an hour belore break last will usually keep I lie bowels regular. Harsh cathartics should lie avoided. When a purgative I needed, like Chamberlain's stomach and Li er Tablets. They are mild audgenllo in'their action. For sale by Dr. Dunn, Tionesta; W. G, Wilkins, West Hick ory, P.i, Very t limp Italcs llinl ArrawHisdnlions. Allen's special parties to Middle West and Middle South-Western States on No vemlier lttth, Dec. 2d and I.'ith. Inquire at least or H.O. Allen, C. P. ,V T. A., Nickel Plate Roa I, E-ie, Pa, A71-.1t iioi.m:! iioitNiN! Must be s Id quick regardless of price, for I am going home for Hie w inter and will not stay longer than December ith. Come quick il you want bargains. Giiant Shi'stkr, 2t. Brookville Fair Grounds. of ice. The Stockholders of the Fore-t County National Bank of Tionesta, Pa., will meet on Tuesday, January l'lth, 1!M1, at 2 o'clock p. in,, at the office of Hie bank r Ihe purpose of the election of directors for the ensuing year. 123.1t A. B. Kki-ly, Cashier. Allrn.'siays "Tbnmba I ." if you're going to tiie middle west or middle south-western slates soon. Very cheap rstes. Special parties Nov. lsth, Dec. 21 and 10th. Inquire at least at once. II. O. Allen. C. P. A T. A.. Nickle Plate Road, Erie, Pa. A till 6t. Lxerulrlx Notice. Whereas, letters testamentary on the elste of Allium M. nut", deceased, late of Harnett township, Forest 'onnty. I'a., have been grant- d to the undersigned, all pi rson indcl t"d lo said estate sre hereby notified to - eltle Ihe same, and tho-e hav ing claims against said estate will present them, properly authenticated without de lay to Ef wiiiA Zkit. Executrix. Redclyffo, Pa., Nov. 5, lisrj. ijliiO 50 YEARS' 4V csrcnitnkC Tradz Marks Designs Copyright Ac. Anron nl!nf a (Otefrh nni f1wTlMtoT) mar tjn"ky wmiHin rmr ii!nin free wnother an Invention i ir..hii titnt uhln. I mniiitiim. tlnnn Rtrtdlr 'fiitl1pniiul. Himdtook tn l'nlmU flit f rtf. t H1fil uL'Piu-jr f'-r HccurmuT (JMlfiitH. I'atPiitu riken thn.in.-ri Munn A Cu. rclT tp"-ilt fVifkA wilhu.it rhirre. In the Scientific American. A hitnrtwrtnelT miitmi."l wvkly. T trt't rtr-rutm-inn nf nnr (M-it-iu iftc Journal. Term f 'i r"ir: f-.ur ni.iT.M,, . hidbrall new4:rilpr. Uraucn Ofli . t25 M., Wanhtuuiun, O. U Wanted-An Idea j-ivs rtv'eet your Mmm; fh mar trlDit i.u vfiiii Wrtw JOHN WhlHJKJtbl KN A ( . . f AU nt Attor iwva, WftMtil rig ton, If- t'iT thHr $,H pna offf 4ul il l of two liuiaUrvU tuTenilou wautd. aU- 1 P"-- i Bank Statemnet No. sats. I KPORT F Til K CONnmoN OF li THK FORFSTCOrXTY NATION AL RANK AT TIONK-STA. In the State ot Pennsylvania, at Uie close of businesa Nov. ii, IWU. RRsol'RCKS: laians and dicouno )ISI,S41 76 Overdralls, Mvurtnl and un secured ml OS I". S. Ilomls to secure cln-ula-lion W,t0 00 Premiums on I'. S. Roods &.UI2 Ml I Sum-ss, securitii-s, i lo., 41,1s) J Hanking house, lurniliire, and fixture. M.7SS 08 Pile from approved reserve agents 67,117 07 Check and other cash items .... ivl 12 Fractional per currency, nickels, and cents. "... H9 72 1-awl'ul money reserve in bank, via: Skvio $13.14'.' AS l.vl ten ler note... 8..VI0 ihi lrt.rllj 58 Rislcmpiion fund with l". J. Treas'rt5erct,ol circulation) 2.J00 00 $sS-J,tssj HI I.IARII.lTIFiJ: Capital slivk paid iu .si,iss 00 Surplu bind IM.OOO 00 I'liilivided prvtils,less expenses and taxes paid 0,1 o5 54 National bank notes outstand ing 50,000 TO Individual deposits subject to check 06,4t4 V IVmand certitii-atea of deoait... 'J78 7rl Tune (s?rtilicati ot deposit.. M0.1O4 Ori $lN.!ssi 01 State of Pennsylvania, County of Foitwt, ss : I, A. R. Kelly, cashier of the above named bank, do' solemnly swear that the alsive statement is true to the betsl ol my knowledge and belief. A. II. KELLY, Cashier. Subscrilied and sworn to before me this :th day of Nov., pJOi C M. Ahnkr, Notary Public Correct Attest : W. SMKARHArilll, I). W. RoHINsON, J. T. Dalk, Pi rector. Caution Notice. My wife, Ida Maze, having left me without cause or provocation, notice is hereby given to all persons not to harbor her or trust her 00 my account, as I will pay no hills contracted by her. A." J M A F. K, Jr. Claringtnn, Pa., Novemlier '.U, lstri Look Before You Leap into any nlJ suit. Examine our clothing carefully before buying tl.-e autre. We Joo'l claim Iu have t lie lowest priced clothing; we 1U clail to have ihe bsl and the clitapfit clothing iu the long run. It il wnrlb anything lo you in konw that when you buy a mit or overcoat at ibe Me C'nen (.' impany't you are buying ab solute salislacliou nr your niuuey back without a quibble? The McC'oen Company'l Hand Made Keaily-to Wear Clothing nukes the best efforts of cnojpelitun look like thirty cenla. A first clasi cutter fin them on you and all the necessary alterations are made iu our own shop by expert tailnri. TAILOKIXCs? YES Aa good as the bent if you want first class article and are willing to pay a fair price lor it. lint that's another story THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST., OIL CITY, PA. A il per cent " advance is what you'll have to pay for wall paper next spring, so deal ers have been noti lied. If you expect to do any papering the tune to do it is this fall. Call on GEO. I. DAVIS, TIONESTA, PA We murily olasui V. 8 and KoreUrn Send model, si-ic-h or photo ol idti noon loi freercport on patentaWiity. For free book , Hcwu Secure TRADE-MARKS Opposite U. S. Patent Office WASHINGTON D. C. lennsylvania ltAILHOAl. KCKKALO AXD ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Takinir erTeot. June iWth, 1U0. No. 30 liutl'alo Kxpreaa, daily except Hiimlay 11:25a. 111. No. 82 Oil 'ity anil Fiiuliurs Kx rexa.dailv.eioept Hunilav..7:30 p.m. No. OH City Accotn.,Kun- day only P:50a. m. No. y Oil Ciiy Accoui.,Hun- ilayonly it-.Vi p. m. For Hickory, Tiilioute, Warren, Ki11r.ua, Kraill'oril. Oli-an anil tha VMt No. HI Olean l-'riirmi ilnilv ' exept Sunday 8:55 a.m. No. : Pitthhurjr KxprenH, daily except Sunday 4:39 p. rn. No. I.:f3. Irvineton Accotn., Sundaya only, 2:45 p. in. Knr Time Tallies and additional infor mation eoimult Ticket Airent. J. . II UTCII INSON, J. h. WOOD. Oenoral MiinaKer. (Jt-n l l'ai-i3iicr A"t. PREPARATIONS FOR THE FEIST ara decidedly incomplete without the proper Table Linen If you are lacking iu llii line let ua ahow you what a ooni parillvely amall outlay will aecure a choice tablecloth and napklua. ROBINSON, THE CLARION STATE NORMAL SCHOOL rroviilet Professional Training fur Teacher, Prepare! Young People for College, and Offer Excellent Facilities for General Education. FHF.K TIITIOX for Troapective Teacher. Board, Konro Keel and Laundry, f 1 27 per annum. WINTER TERM BEGINS OEC. 30. Fur further particular! call oo or ddres SAMUEL WEIR, Ph. D .Prin., Clarion, Pa. IIAII.WAY. TItE TABLE To Take Effect July lat, IWi SOUTH rjiHern Time NOIITI "i n 3 Ntationa a. in p. m 4 15 Leave Arrive a. inp.m Sheffield 10 I.V3 45 llarnea H 5.'i!.l 10 Henrv'a Mill IS 3.-.2 50 Hlne Jay 'H 2o.2 30 tlaatinira :h 05 2 15 Wellera 17 50 2 00 Miniater '7 45 1 55 I'orkev 7 4n 50 Ma vim r 7 L5 1 ,'l.i Ruck Milla 7 15 I 25 Kelleltville 7 00 1 15 Newtown Milla A 4.5. Kora Hon rl 30 o;45 10 on 4 ri 4 &o in a in 4 5 05 It K II 2. 11 4. 11 ft." 5 LSI 5 10 5 35, 5 401 12 I55 50i 12 S5'A Ool 12 4-Mil 10; A 25i li 40; 7 001 Neliraxka tt In p. m pini Arrive Leave a. in ! p. in T. D. COLLINS, Frkhiik!t. Core Rheutnallam, Neuralgia, Injuries, Sore feet, Lame and Achlnn Hack. Skin Iieaea, Pallia and Sprains. WANO WiNO ELECTRIC OIL. 25 . TRY IT The Season of the Year OUR AMBITION is to soil you (lie goods you need the best you can buy for a little less money than vou can buv them lor rlsewlinrev Dnn't mUs snnino- nnr Heavy Pants and TJiulerwe r 'or Men as well as Shirts, Hosiery. Suits, Overcoats, Gloves and Mittens. Fresh G roOflrifiS always on sale and the best Queenswarc, Glassware and Lamps for Presents. Don't pass our Tionesta Cash DON'T LET CHRISTMAS SURPRISE YOU I Be prepared lo get Into new apparel nf ynnr own choice at that teaton to that you cao come out in any tocial gathering with credit to yourself OUR CLOTHING FOR CHRISTMAS il of the tame good quality, the sniue good style and the fame good fit i that told at any other time, hut lo make in re that you will have your parmenti al that time, come iu now and leave your me mure for an "liitcriintloiml . heaThTTeit, Up-to-Date Doalcrs in A O. A. II. K, Watne Coo, President. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, DIRKCTOIU A. Wayne Cook, G. W. Hntiinaon, Wm, SinearbaiiK'h, N. P. Wheeler, T. f. Rltchey. J. T. Dale, J. II. Kelly. Collections remitted for on day of pr.ytuent at low ratea. We promise our custom ers all the benefits oonlateut with conservative b kinir. lnterettl pid on lima depoaibi. Your patronatre re(Metrullv anllcited. If You are a Farmer And Have One Cent Buy postal cird aud lend lo The New York Tnhuno Fa rue r, New York City, for a freefpec iineo cooy. The Fribune Farmer ii a Nati uial Illusiraled Agricultural Weekly "or Farmi r ami their l'n iliei, and iliudi at the head of ihe ariculiunl res. The price il SI " per year, hut il yu like it ynu can recore it with your own favorite lcal paper, the Fukkkt Ilt:i'flil.l-1AN, Tmnejir, Pa , at a hargaiu. Ilolh paien olio year only f 1 50. Sen 1 your order and money to the Kk-I'llilU'AN. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS Go MatV. Alvi rliAblr. lls. Mk ircl fir OIKIIIAriHN in KrH aim! ol ninlhr btn-n, Mirnl with blu rblk.n. Takaihrr. MriaMF 4iiproNi auHll tullinan4 imMlloaev. Uu ot onr lituisi, or ktimI r. in Mmiiiim for ParllrMlarta, TfU aianlal n-1 Hrllef for l.adt-.' ii iV: -r, by rrliira Hall. lU.VM lr.iin.oi. mm. hold by 4ul IrurvtittK. CH1CRBBTBH CHBMICAL CO. alaa Mataarv, rHH,4H r At P 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. Kki.lt. Cashier. Wm. Smkahbacoh, Vice Presldeo NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 150,000. OC 11 1 ji i)lir(hrunBth' atipmbrhip. v Krb BimbrrwiTithorlicwlcloborimit tvm mnnlh, Inclndtn ut ite of btb-ct rAtrm nd inilniuwnulriow mttC cb moctb. In pic in all. Uoh anevBkvr will 1m rXwIrtt CWllaWtorV Wrihlp wt,,,-h rlMlKrlf lla-ufClHl Hvm tm HW fork i tl, ftrlorijlBiaitl'ralaurw( a a la r MMlcftl IdI rum t ! aVx-rlpiii at wblk fl -rt, Mlnc ? !', oat rr FMtrhar, D'l fall t.i )..! mi T -m ulrt mark mr ihj t-t Bin' wnrCk M'TTaL UTlhAHT HU4IU ULUM. 11 OW kUnityour n tor It of Suti(nrj T ii nit!!, rnii bimi ne9 tin. line of ITS no niiiTin, store. Cash Price Makers. Store.