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J 4 fV 4 'f gjjEMU MOKSllO.MAt fl,Wf.: U.V BOROUGH OFFICERS. , ir?--J. O. Dai.. ' Vonncilmtn W. 1'. !if erellllolt, XV. n. Harlan, P. D. Thrones, S. J. Wolcott, Geo. lovard,-T. H. Cobb. JuHicr mftht ItactVf. P. Merollllott, I), H. Knnx. . (Jbmif.jMe Ooo. Haslet. . SJ Pirrtra. D. Irwtn, M. W. Tale. H. O. Dovia, I. S. Kp, S. J ol ottwld L. Hackett. roRKST COUNTY OFFICERS. Prtunl Jml)f. P. J . ' Aal Jigt1. A. PBoreR, Aw aaw Cook. MtrffT. 3. Vah Omen. 4.M.uriwrilKtl. Gl.ASSNKR. t-erAonotary, Hagiilerd- litcoi-dtr,Jtt. W. R. AOKW. CmmuMioaers J AColl MeP.CILLiOTT, T, D. CoM-i, J6MH TnoMrsox. CWMr'v pertiifwfci S. F. RoWbkii. ruMfiM A iinmni-W, W. MAon. Jary Ornmitioir QaOROlt Steams, WM. PATTROW. tsty flurvryr S.T). Trwiit. tOu,cr JosIATl Wiwaks. 0Mn'y wrfifor Wm. Clark, T. b, T IV . W ... Ut'mbtro Von gift 10th DtrietG. B, CtSTlS. .Afcnbly. D. T.AWSOK '"'. "Ttme o J'rne . 'At TION EST A STATION, on and fUr Menday, November 4th, 18,3: . lOVTUWilD.' ."tVoUI ' - ' - - t:21p.m. , 4 ... , ' . . ' 10:1 a. m. ' -" 8 - S;60 p. SB. .-.is XOBTHAW-, , ' " "Train 1 ..-,- :. p. m. 1 - . - - 2:05 p. nu . J8 ''' ' i:S3a.m, TaWnger will have Ut understand that Sfurthward ." In the table ill dou-H the ttmr nrf "Southward" Ik w the river. Tiain in ml Were mixed freight and ao nuimodaliout the other mre passenger trains. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. ! A few slight drunks, and no er 5 lAnti Kto transpired within the last weak.1 Ilaa the ordinance to prevent f Ibis business been repealed? If so. tvheii? If net. why is it net enforced? . , -. ,.- " Dr. Fisher. Dentist, will be In town ilurinsr court week, ready to ! any thing In the line at fair figures The Dr. is well known professionally, stud his work stands every fair test. . Carpenters are at work on Smear Jiaugh ft Bjer's meat market. It will probably be Dpished in the ceurse it couple of weeks, and then we'll have sets of meat. ,,, A good deal of building which i expected to be done this summer is tot ret commenced, on account, we uppose, of the slow sale of lumber They're bound to come, however. We have seon specimens .of the new postal cards issued by tl I'. Q. Department. They are printed in brewn ink, and there is nothing re auar table about them. Those wo an 3ad business cards priutcd on the oth r side. , II. w. Iedabur caugbt a very 'fine pike just below Lacytown dam, ' horl time ago, weighing about twelv pounds. Sometime ago Calvin A rer caught one weighing fifteen pounds. , A fish like that ain't to be neezed at. - The lodge room of Tionesta . Xodge No. 309, has been furnished with new carpet, chairs, pedestals, &c, . And is now in very neat condition. The Lodge is still grewing in numbers ud influence, and is one of the insti tutions of which our town has reason to be proud. ; Cuurt week happens next week, ' - and the heart of the printer expandeth with anticipation. Never within our .recollection has , a court week ceme nd gone without leaving us richer by jit lest four dollars. So welcome, thrice wercorae, thou week of peace aud plenty. ' A large boiler is loaded in front of Knox's Store, which is soon to be Jiauled up to Coon Creek, to be put in to a mill which . will be constructed either on the site of or near the Cobb Mill, by Mr. Lacy. Except the Myers lill boiler, this i the largest tubular, . boiler in this lumber region. J Some person or persons uuknown Vet the woods ou fire aloa? Tubbs run ou Sunday last. A great deal of dam age is done every year by this innocent pastime, and we wish to call attention to the law on the subject, which pro vides that any ptrsou guilty of the act, . felmll be .guilty of a misdemeanor, punisbnblefcy Cue aud imprisonment ( The work on Grove & Wolcott's veil, oppomte Truukcyville, will be resumed immediately. The difficulty , licrctefore has beeu that water had to be hauled from the liver to lha well to fill the boiler," a distance of a mile, . ml teams were scarce. Their owu ' , team went up yesterduy to do the Mauling, the indications tor '.H arc Mid to be favorable. Next week Friday, U the day ap pointed by the OranJ Army of the Republic, for the purpose or decorat ing the graves of the soldiers who lost their liven dnrinjr the late war. This is intrusted to the citizens where there s no post of the Grand Army, and we hope our citizens will make it their business to see to the due observance f this custom, which will probably be observed long after those of this generation sleep with those they thus honor. It might be well to have meeting of the citizens at the Court House en some evening of this week, to make it the duty of some particu lar ones to attend to the preliminaries, because far one nasoD, tajuotean old adage: "what a everybody a business s nobody's business, and for another, those who are appointed will have au Ihority from their fellow-citizens, and all will be better satisfied. The la- Hies should all consider themselves appointed a committee to furnish flow ers for the occasion. If all work togcth er we shall have a display which will serra to keen in mind the heroes who fell that the country might net perish Mr. Schumaker, General Agent of the Franklin Fire Insurance Cora pany called on us on Munday last. He is up to the business, and is mere over an agreeable gentleman. ; the trees are putting forth thei leaves and the whale business will soon bedecked in gorgeous array. Then will Tionesta be, as it always is in the summer, the most beautiful place on the liver. ' ' " Conductor Miller, of the 0. C, A. R. Rv. will start on a trip to Cali j - m fornia in about two week's. Mr. Mil ler is deservedly popular r a conduc tor, and many citizens of Tionesta will join with us in wishing him a pleasant trip, On account of the celd weather and late spring, we suppose, nearly all the large, able-bodied Democrat Forest county are candidates for As sembly er county offices.- Perhaps when the atmosphere becomes warmer some of the smaller ones will be en cou raged to announce, AVe publish in another colum the death netice of Mrs. J. P. Sigginsl formerly of this place. She has bee in poor health for several years past and her friends will not be surprised tu hear of her death. Her hushau will have the sympathy ef the entire community. She left two children. Several of our heavy lumbermen are still down the river, selling thei lumber. Ihe market cannot be as good as usual, or they couldn't be so long disposing cf the lumber. Anion others who are still absent are Jno. Cobb & Son. II. II. May. M. J. Bond and; Jno. Keck. "K-f?nt. Ttuttrwnv. and SheriflfThom i o as of Franklin, and Uncle Billy Grove have been out on Spring creek, in the old part of the county, for four or five days past, aud captured while there, about 500 nice trout. . All aro old hands at the business, and will catch trout if they exist. The Franklin gen tlemen took a good part of the fish home with thorn Mouday evening. The boat to be ' used in putting up the stone work fer the river bridge was launched on Monday. The water is getting low enough to commence operations and we suppose the opera tives will soon begin. The arches can all be seen in the bottom of the river now, one of them having floated down the river about 75 rods from the place where it fell. - Oue day last week, having some business up West Hickory, we took a hook and line along with us. Very fortunately we came across a school of ruu suckers, and immediately proceed ed to snake out ten of the nicest ones it has ever been our lot to see. Of course the sport was not to be compared to trout-fishing, but we had a geod deal of quiet sport right there and then. Ou Friday last we run up to Tid ioute and looked around a little. Of course we called on "Pappy Baldwin," aud eujoyed ourself accordingly. He asked us to turn his advertisement the other side up, and we agreed to do so, but, alas! fer got it. Our readers will please consider it turned. And one thing mure ; let us assure our readers, that if they want anything in the line of fire-arms, or fishing-tackle, they can do no better than to give Mr. Baldwin a call. His stock is always complete, and he sells cheap. Horace Jones, the Gunsmith, puts up in the t-;niue place, and ia the best mechanic ii that line in lliis nn uf llie Stute. t-While fish! 02 one day Inst week. caught one trout that we were proud of; It measured about seven nches in length. Meeting Web. Clark, we told him about the nice trout we ad caught. He wanted to see it, and we produced the trout, when to our surprise, b (Clark) laughed uproari ously. Of course we demanded an explanation. He remarked, "1 was fishing on Tubb's Run, the other day, and caught twenty-one trout, and if smallest ono of them wasn't larger than that one, I'm a liar 1" We told him we guessed he was, and we parted, mutually disgusted. The new law regulating the sale of refined eil is new. operative. It for bids the sale of any product of petrol eum to be used in lamps as burning oil which is of a lower fire-test than 110 decrees Fahrenheit. Violation of the law are to be punished by a fine of not less than $250, or imprisonment not less than one year, or both, at the discretion of the court. Any one sus tabling danger to person or projerty by reason of the use ef oil which is not of the legal standard, can collect damages of the dealer who sold the oil. . Boss Buck'j case cam up in the U. S. District Court, at Pittsburgh, on Saturday, and a continuance was grant ed until next term.- Swope opposed the continuance, but it was neverthe less granted, on account of some im portent witnesses for the defense! who could not be found. The bail was fixed at $12,000. If there's any hole that Boss can possibly crawl out of,we hope that the District Attorney , will stop it up. If them's one thing this region desires more than any ether it is that Boston will be incarcerated for the rest of his oatural life. W have been requested to an nounce that Prof. A. C. Porter will exhibit his Steru Panorama at the M. E. Church, on Thursday evening of Court week. The exhibition will con sist of-a large number of views of the Franco-Prussian war, Chicago fire, scenes in Palestine etc., &c.' The des criptive lecture will be delivered by Rev. O. M. Sacket, of Clarion, Pa. We would advise all these who wish to spend an evening pleasautly to at teud this exhibition. The Eighty-third Regiment will hold its annual reunion at Couneaut ville on the 10th of September. The one Hundered and Ele.venth, One Hundred and Forty-fifth, aud the Second Cavalry have heretofore held their reunien with the Eighty-third, and will probably do so this year. In common with several other papers wa announced that the reunion would take place at Meadville. A C'enn eautville subscriber has eur thanks for calling our attention te the error. Our friend and fellow-citizen. J. G. Dale is having a streak ef luck. In addition to owuing an interest in a large well which was struck a short time ago, he has an interest in a ninety-acre lease about nine miles from Parkers, on which a test well was fin ished last week, and which is pump ing about a hundred barrels. As these are his first operations fur some years, he may be considered more than usually lucky. If you want a first-class quality of White Lead, call at Knox's Drug Store, where the First National White Lead is sold. It is manufactured by Barker, Moore & Mein, Philadelphia. It is said to be the best in use, and is manufactured of the purest material. It is also warranted equal to any made for durability aud brilliancy. Give the Drug Store a call when ypu want to paint. We are is receipt of Harper Magazine, for Juno. The following is a list ofconteBts; Cheap. Yachting ; The Marquis of Hastings in America ; Improvisations ; The Wine Islands of Lake Erie; To morrow; What shall we do with Scroggs; Dispapointed ; A Simpleton : A Story of the Day ; A Song in many Keys ; When a Dream comes True ; The Han Mountains i A Tour iu the Toy Couutry ; Old Kensingteu (Con eluded); Recollections of au Old Stager; The New Magdaleu (Conclud ed); Ebb aud Flow; Editor's Easy Chair ; Editor's Literary Record ; Ed itvr'a Historical Record; Editor's Scientific Record; Editor's Drawer; Terms f 1 a year, Harper Bros., Frank liu Square N. Y., Marriage . Certificates, Liank Deeds, Leases, Warrants, Subprcnas, Summons, Executions, Warrants and ( Iitfnrniati'ins, fur nle at this otfic. if! Satlou'i Sfagarine is ono of the best publication in this country of its class. It is full of just such reading matter at the public delight to get hold of, and we do not wonder ; here is a magazine that always has a sea etery, eight or ten love stories, an his torical article, a lot of curious mat- ten, nice illustrations, comic pictures and poetry of the best description. It is cheep too, being only $1.50 per year, or 15 cents single copies, and is for sale at all the periodical depots m the country. The great fire does not seem to have injured the prosperity of Ballon't Magazine In the least, for it looks better and brighter than ever. Address Thomes A Talbot, 38 Brom field Street, Boston, for a year's sub scription, and you will never regret it. retertori Magazine for June is on our table, and is more than usually in teresting. The proprietors of this pe riodical spare no pains to make it the best of its class. Everything in the line of fashions for the ladirs is fully discussed and made perfectly plain to those who wish to profit by the instruc lions. Terms Vl.W a year. Address Chas. J. Peterson, 306 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. For Sale. The four lots S. E. cor ner of Elm and May street, (adjoin ing the Court House) Tienesta, Ouly $300 cash required ; Tho balance $575, may remain for several yeais. Ad dress Jas. K. Simon, 29 south 6th st., Philadelphia. . 8-3t TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. Over two thousand acres of fine Hemlock Timber Lands situated on Maple Creek, near Clarington, this county, are for sale at a baigain. Part of the lands are situated within four miles of Clarington, on the Clarion River, and would be a fine site for an extensive tannery and suw mills. Map and particulars can be seen by apply ing to the editor of this paper. S. II. Haslet, at the old stand, has recently laid in a supply of Raftmen's Supplies of all kinds, and is prepared to sell as cheap as the cheapest, to all who may favor hira with a call. He also keeps a full line of Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Boots and Shoes, and in fact evorything usually found in a General Variety Store. Give him a call and he will use you right. tf. New goods at low prices; stock complete iu Dress Goods, Prints, Mus lins and Pants Cloth, Hats & Caps spring styles, Boots and Shoes. We don't mean to be undersold by Jew or Gentile. No charge for showing. Come and see, we think we have something for all. 2t Robinson & Boxker. The best stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware in Oil City can be found at J. Wolf's, Centre St. Particular attention paid the repairing of fine Watches. Or ders by mail promptly attended to. 39-Iy. The lightest running Machine in the world is the Grover & Baker, at least Baldwin, of Tidioute says se, and he knows. 46 ly DIED. SItKJINS At Weetfleld. N. Y.. May 9th 1873, Rachel M., wife of J. P. Sifrgns, of quick consumption. Aged si years. "Hiater thou hast gone before us. And thy saintly soul bath flown Where tears are wiped from every eye, And Borrow is unaaown." Xw Advertieemente. J. B. LONG, MANUFACTURER of aud Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, ROBES, CURRY COMBS, BRUSHES, HORSE CLOTHING, and evervthine In the line. In Bonner A Aguew's Block, adjoining Drug Stere. GROVER & BAKER MEWINO 71 AC II I ES. Tje following are aeleeted from thous ands of testimonials of similar character, na expressing the reasons for the prefer ence of the Urover A Baker Machines over all others. "Hike the Grover Baker Ma chine, in the first place, because if I had any other, I should still want a Grover A Baker ; and having a Grover A Baker it answers the I) unions of all the rest. It does a greater variety of work and isoasler to warn than any ower, jurs. J. i. ro ly (Jenny June) "I haTe had several years' eipe rienre with a Grover A Baker Machine which has iriven uie great satisfaction. think the Grover A Baker Machine la more easily managed, and leas liable to get out of order. 1 prefer the Grover A Baker de- nl.l.rllv." Mrs. Dr. Watts. New York. "1 have had oae in niv family for soma two voais; ami Uniu what I know of iu workings, and from the testimony o many of in v friends who use the sumo, 1 can hardly see how aiivthiiigconld be more i ... ..: I .... it Mrs. Gen. (irsnt. T. J. VAX nir.SKS, Agent. . Tlr.KiA, P. THE BOOT & SHOE STORE OUT1 TIX)IOTJTEl I ' NE. STEVENS. Proprietor. Partlea In want or FINK lkxxs and Shoes will always find a ood axsortmniit at Stevens'. When roncnll, juBtsav "From Tionesta" and vou'will bo libernlly dealt with. , -. r, , - N. K. 8TKVKN8. NOTICE. CoMMissiosEns' OrrK.'R. Forest Co., ) Tionknta, May 1, 1873. J Vni.liv, is lierebv ffivon that tho lit It We across Tionesta Crook near im mouth will be removed by the 15th Inst, and the Creek will he obstructed for sixty days thereaf n t l.i. arexti in of a li cw bridiro if P. A ll persons Interested will govern themselves ao,ror(iiniiT. llv order ortne i;nnnrv:oiuiiii'iivi. 1). W. CLARK, Clerk. 10,000 GIFTS, S5000,000 On TUESDAY, JULY 8lh, 1873, the Third Grand Clift Concert, under the man imnt of Ex-Ooveonor Thoa. E. Bram- lette, and authorised by special art of the Ieirislature, for the benefit of the Publio Library or KentnoKV, posinvoijr ana un equivocally pomes oltri Public Library Kail, at Louisville, Ky.,when $l0,0COOi(ls, all eaeh, amounting to tiOO.OOO. will bedia rii.n.il liv lot anionir the ticket-holders. The money to pay all theno gills in full is already In bank sei amae ior mat purpuse, i the following cerunuaw irmwi : Farmer' and Dbovbkh' TifK, 1 , TiiriMvit,t.K Kt. Air. 7. IH73. I fwrtifv that there is io the t er .'xi.. and Drovers' Bank, to the credit of the Third Orand Uift concert ior me uone- ntortoe I'uinio jjiortry i nj., nu Hundred Thousand Dollare, which has been set apart by the Manners to pay the .ia. i o.i.l will m Imlri bv thn Knnk and paid olit for this purpose, and tnis purpose oniy. hnfv a few tickets remain unsold, and thov will bo furnished t the first appli- - . . . ,. . j . urknl. ;..!. CalllH lime iouowiiih JJiitnii UV..V- ta lit); halvea. 10: nuarters. fifiO: 11 Wholes lor einu; oopTfiasi; iirari,ii and 675 for K.OOO. For tickets and full iu fonuation, apply to TUUS. Ji. UllAM LiIVH JV, louisville. Ky., or T1IOS. H. HAYS CO., - 6-4t 609 Broadway, New York. ' 12.000. OOO ACRES! Cheap Farms! The oheapest Land in market for sale by the UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMP'KY In the Great Platte Valley. 3.000.000 Aoras la Central Nebraska, n for aula in tracts of forty acres and upwards on five and ten years' credit. No advance Interest required. Mild and healthful climate, fertile sou talitniflanr nf trirvMl WfttAl. TUB BE8T MARKET iiN In m vi'.ai The groat mining regions of Wyoming, Uolorauo, man ana iinvaun uviuk by the larmers of the Platte Valley, Soldiers entitled to a Homestead cf 100 Acres. THE BEST LOCATION FOB COLONIES. FREE nOMES FOR ALL! Millions of Acres of choice Govcruuiont Lands open for entry under the Homestead Law, near this Great Railroad, wun an vno convon- inxoeu Ul an old Sfittlod COUntrV. Free paswoa to purchasers of Railroad mnua. Sectional Maps showing the Land, also new edition of Descriptive Pampuiet rith now Mai mailed free everywhere. Address O. F. DAVIS. Land Commissioner U. P. R. R. 50-4t Omaha, Nob. WE WAST AX ACJEXT, In thfs township to canvass for tho now, valuuble and last selling book by Dr, JOHN COWAN. THE SCIENCE OF A NEW LIFE Rocommended and endorsed by promln ent ministers, phvsieians, religious and Hecnlar naners. No other book like nublisbod. $40per week garaiitcod. Ad diess. COWAN it CO., 189 F.ighth 8t ret- New York I 4 1 AGENTS WANTED. Bend for Catalogue, DOMESTIC bEWING MACHINE CO New York. M d N C V Mode rapidly with Htericil and III U 111. I Key clic k outfits, dialogues and full particulars FREE. . M. Spoil eer, 117 Hanover St., Boston. oo- OW 'TIS DONE, or the Secret Out- Mustache and Whiskers in 42 days. his GREAT SECRET and one hundred others. Gamblers' Tricka. Cardiology, Vontrtloouism. ail In tho ORIGINAL "Book ef Wouders." Mailed for 25 cents, Address D. C. Cutler, Carthage, Illinois PATENTS OBTAINED. No fees unless successful. No fees In ad. vance. No charge for preliminary search, Send for circulars CONNOLLY BROTH ERS. 108 8. Fourth St.. Philadelphia. Pa. and bOe Ninth KU Washington, J). C. 60-4 1 C Tfl fflfl per day I Agonts wanted I 43 U 4ZU All classea of working people, of either sex, young or old, make more money at work fur ue iu their spare momenta or all the time mail at anyiniug else. Particulars tree. Address G. Stinson A Co., Portland, Maine. 40 4t GKTTYHHUItO KATALYSINE WATER Is the nearest approach to a specific ever discovered lor Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Khau niatisin. Gout, Gravel, Diabetes, Kidney and Urinary Diseases irenerally. It re stores muscular power to the paralytic. It cures Liver Complaint, Chrouio Diar rhoea, Piles, Constipation, Asthma, Ca tarrh, and Bronchitis, Diseases of the skin General Debility and Nervous Prostration from Mental and Pbyical Excesses. It la the greatest autidotii over discovered for excessive eating or drinking It corrects the stomach, promotes Digestion and Re Moves the Hood almost Immediately. No household should lie without it. For aale by all Druggists, tcr i' or a history oi vue nprings,ior mar vellous cures, ami fur testimonials froui diKtiiiguislied men, send for the pamphlets. i. :7 W1UIKKY liiuns., eneral Agents, South Front Htrc't, Philadelphia, I't GETTYSBURG SPUING CO. tt-4t CJUBSORirtF for the Knrod Itepuelieaa ft will pay. 'YOU ASK! I'LL TELL!" Thr New DEPARTUtiDn Boflk- Agenti its Wanted. KxuUim ve territory Riv en. Til book will sell iiseu. rsiner, Mnther. Hlstcr. Brother. Mill star. Mer chant, Msnufnotarer, Farmer, Miner, Mariner, and loireVa11 wnnt It. Tumr is Money IX it. hd for n :lreulnr. C'HESTF.RMAN W MISTER, M North 6tu St., Philadelphia, Pa. "tele : cphyT7 A rtecewaiy part ol every ierst.ii s eura: tion in this 'advanced ago "is the art of Tele graphing. Apply to tho undsr.Higned fitf Mmith s Manual ot J elogrupny, uio oci work published on this subject. ITirn, 30 cts. A Iso for every description of Tele- graptiio Instriiementa and Battery; rsuro t hromlo Battery for Electroplating. !.. G.TILLOTSON A CO.. S Dey St., NewT York. j ustHrece i v e b AT TI1K , , , PEOPLE'S STORE OF . ; HILBRONNEll&CO; A Fresh Stock of f SPRING & SUMMER C O ODSV Cloths, , . ; caps - Boots, " ' j Hosiery ft Glove?, ' ' ' Gents' Furnishing Goods, v UWDERWfiAK, EMBROIDER! HO, I1ANDKERCHIEFB, CORSETS,' . LACES, LACK 'GOODS, ' ' " BUTTON'S, BRAIDS, TAPES AWn- NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS, 8ILK GOODS, BLACK, FANCY SILKS, A full line of , OA It PETS: : RAO, VnCSSELS, ucur, INGRAIN, fee.. ALSO MILLINER T AND3TRAW GOODS, ' ' HATS, BONNETS, VELVETS, ,. VELVETEEN, RIBBONS, FRAMHS, ORNAMENTS, C, AC, AT EASTERN PRICES. ; We are prepared to pay the highest pHee for WOOL, SIIKEr-rELTS A UIDEtt, Of all kinds, either In MCNSY er Oeada. We have in our employ t FIRST-CLAM TAILOR, and keep constantly on hand GOOD STOCK OF GOODS, of best quality and latest doaigns, which he will make p in a workman-liko manner and latest stylos. Good fits guaranteed or no sale. A good and complete stock of . . j HEADY-MADE CLOTHING, Always on hand. SILVER-PLATED WARE AlfD JEWELRY, . Of very superior quality and latest de signs. HILBRONNER 4 CO. 3tMy WAGES TTOR all who aro willing to work. Any JL person, old or young, of either sox, can make from $10 to 60 per week, at home day or evening. Wanted by all. Suita ble to either City or Country, aud any sea son of the year. This la a rare opportuni ty for those who are ont of work, and ont of money to make en independent livnu-. No capital being required. Our paniplet, "How to fnake a living," giving full in structions, sent on receipt of 10 cents. Address, A. BURTON & CO., Mosrisania, Westchester Co., N. Y. 4 A flT'TTTCJ everywhere to stlloarnew sTT.iJiand novel Embroidering W ANTEDMachln, Mi lor Ni trated Circular, to the McKee Manufac turing Couipanv, 309 Broadway, Now York. TUB PAULO It ( O.Ml'A.MON. Every Xjuiy wants one I Every Mau ought to havo one ! t Kent on receipt of Ton Cents. Address, L. F. HYDE & CO., Seventh Avenue, New York. 4 BON-TON FLIRTATION 8IUNALH, Sent ou receipt of 25 eta. Villous Print ing and Publishing House, 'M Yescy HI., N, V- ' ..; - riMIE BECKWIT1I $20 Portable Fsuiily X Hewing Machlno, on 90 Days Trial ; many advautugca over ail. Satisfaction guaranteed, ot fit) refunded, bent com plete:, with Aill directions. Beck with buw--Ing Machine Co., J Broadway. N. Y. "loVwOKK iieallveseeuleii at this oltife at rvaOfiaVtie rates.