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WEnjESMJ I10R1I.10. JILT !, '.671. ; j UttotTGMOFFtCEriS. . rtargrL .1. O. Dalr. v ,taiiei'mcit V 1'. MjrrllHr.tt, TV. 11. Ilnrlim, P. D. Thomas, S. J. Wulcolt, 'loo. Bovnrd, T. It, Cot.b. ." Justices uftht Peace W. P. MoroilUott, D. H. Knox.. ' lnstititHie. Haslet. ' v AWIont IHrr.rUlr-1. D. Irwin, M, W. Tne, II. O.' D;ivi. l. H. Knox, 8. J. Wol- eott, L. L. Hackett. FOREST qOUNTY OFFICERS. , MillmU jM(f--V . I', JUSKS, . Ameitiln JmlyesJ. A. Pnoran, Ah rrw Cook. Aptriff T. J. VaH fJiKUKK. ' ' Tretirer F r.u. (J I.ASSK E B. Pi-otMnnotnry, Itrgisterd: Jieeonler, At. J. It. AariEW,' CVwmi.Mi'or'i jAi'onMEnnt.LtOTT, T. t. Collins, Joiik TlloMPSO. Count it Suprinlrnilrnt H. F. Ron nun. TtMriri A Mofjiry V. W. M Aon. 7ury Ibmmitsioners Georok SiaaiKS, t'M. Pattf.bson. , fbwn'y tiitrvryor S-D. Inwm. (rojrr-JosiAit Winakb. Cbunfy jMi(oi Wm. Clahk, T. ,11. Cobb, 1 Wabhkb, MnnheroJ Congiest 1JKA District C. I). t'l'RTI. . Assembly J . B. Lawso. Timeof Train At TIONESTA STATION, on and after Nnndsy, June 2Uth, 13 : , " BOCTB 1st CLASH. 4wTraiu!4 - - tfc - 0:48 p.m. 22 - 40r . . &3J a. m. ' 2qC'LAN8. " Tn.ln U . . a. m. XOKTU 1ST CI.AKS. Train St ''. - 10:22a.m. " iil . - - - ft: 17 p. m. .... 2n claks. Train 43 - - - 2:32 p. m. On the River Dili. c. from Oil City to Irvlnoton, up tlioVrvuTTs North; down the river, south. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. No Paper next Week. Iti-accorJnnce with a custom winch we much admire, which gives county editors mid printers n breathing spell in July, no pnper will bo issued from this office next week. Where we will celebrate, or how we have not yet decided, but wiH endeavor to remem Iter to di nothing that would put auy of the old Signers to the blush, should they bo there to see. Our oflico will be open n rood share of the time,' and wo shall be prepared to dojob work Just tho samo as if we wercu't resting. Our next pnper will bo issued July 16th. ; Fir cracker end Lemons just arrived, and fur sale at the Ameri can" Drue Store. Also a, fresh lot of fine candies. Somebody's borrowed Robinson's wheelbarrow, and he'd like to borrow it back, if the individual who's got it will accommodate him so far. Gee. Haslet has a beautiful fawn, which lie rapturod in Old Forest eliort limo 82(i. Tho little creature is ns tame and affectionate as any house lio'ld pet, ani lave to be fondled. J. R. Stroun has acceplod tho of fice of Street Commissioner fur the borough, and work will commenco at once. A consummation devoutly to be wished. Work on tho two bridges is going steadily on, without much fuss being made about ft. The creek bridge will probably be finished before tho 1st ef Bepteinber, und the river bndgo about the 1st Of October. J. T. Dale and J. E. Wcnk start to-merrow for Cleveland, where they will tako a boat to Du Luth ; they arc to be absent a couple of we ks, aud . will probably get sea-sick and have a vory nice .time, provided they don't get wrecked. Some burglars rccentlf broke in to the hoiiM) of the editor of tho Km poiium JVeva. It is needless to say that they' were strangers, or they would know better than to break into an cd iter's mansion. Tho misguided thieves didn't find anything worth carrying off. ' A boy named Win. Cole, who is not quite level iu the head, being simple, but harmless fellow, was bit tea by a rattlesnake near his home, on Stewart's Run, about two woekg age, He was going across a cleared field and his boots hurting liim, he drew them off, and walked barefoot. As he was stepping across a log, the snake eprang from under it and bit him on the foot. Fer a time his life was des paired of, but ho is now improving Mason & Hamlin Organs for Rent with privilege of purchase-fur menth y payment, to responsible parties The "Weber" "Steok" and six other makes of Tiunos, also the Smith Organs and Esley Organs. Sheet music and Music Hooks. Five years guarauty ou every instrument. Ad dress Jos. Stcinbcrgcr & Co. Oil City JV rt For thoso who do not want to stay iilTioncsta oif tho Fourth there re a variety of alternatives; of as ninny Uillcront clnstes 'as there are tlilferent characters in our f midst. The Odd F.cllows . of Varren county lcld a bnsket picnic ftt Irvineton, to be topped off by a, Cornet Baud Hop in the evening. The Tidioutcrs in dulge hi trotting matches, homo races and foot races fur purses largo enough t make it an 'object. The Oil City folks have a celebration, the proces sion to be beaded by two celebrated Brass Bands, Military Companies and tho fireman with their "mashcens. ' The noiso will bo fornjshed by field pieces and the bursting .of hoso be longing to tho fire apparatus. The exercises will bo varied by' sliding down ths hill from Clarks Summit, mule races, sack race, boat raco, base ball and greased polo. Alf. Burnett is to polish the whole arrangement iff in ' the eveuing. Barnum Shows n Corry on tho Fourlh, and Mead- ville celebrates. Dutch Hill will koep Op its reputation this year as Us ual, and Bear Creek will have a timo which w ill be remembered years hence. Now citizens, "you pays your money and you takes your choice. ' The Meadville Rqmllican Bays Tionesta has a sulphur spring, but this is not an indication that the crust is thin in the vicinity of that place, as some bad meaning . newspnperd affect to believe." Tionesta has no sulphur spring. The crust is not as thin as that story. No newspapers affect to believe it, With these slight exceptions, the Republican item is correct. It i-Mi t near as hot here as it was when Reisinger was here raising sul- phcr fumes by red-hot political arti clcs, and we are much nearer heaven bv reason of his absence. If wo hear any more scandal from that quarter, we will go up to Meadville and eat up all the Col.'s prcvender. " - - - 4 Swaggart & huiearuaugli . Hnve combined forces, and prcpose to have fresh meat constantly on baud. They will sell none but the best quality Both simps will be opcw mornings and evenings. -The new time table on the O. C. x A. II. Ky. went into cllcct on Sunday last. In its proper place will be found the timo of trains at this Station, fur which we are obliged to Mr. Craig, the gentlemanly agent of the road at this point. Up the river in the new time table is now North. Down the river South. In its proper place will be found the announcement of M. E. Porter, of Barnelt twp., ns a candidate fur county commissioner. Whether he is a candidate for nomination according to Republican usages or not, has not transpired. If so, there is plenty of time to change the announcement. The money market here is get ting no belter fast. Those lumber men who could just as well wait awhile for their returns, mostly have their lumber on hands yet ; prefcring to wait fur a rise in the price to sell inir a, the present low rates and taking paper at that. Ilenco tho scarcity of cash. C B. Ely, corrcspondiug Becre tary of tho North western Agricultur al Society, has our thanks fur a com plimcntary ticket to third annual Fair of that Society, which takes place at Curry, Sept. 16th, 17th, and 18lh, 1873. Should the weather prove favorable this fair promises to exceed any heretofore- held by tho so ciety. We have printed bills for a festi val to bo held at the mouth of Baur Creek, on the Glorious Fourth. Tho Bear Cioekcis have put up a platform for dancing, largo enough for three sets to dance on at once, and tables capable of seating as many as will bo liable to come. Good music and re freslnnents will be provided. All wh go may rest assured they will have a good time. On Thursday last, while excavat ing tor the loundation or .Kecks new house, the workmen threw out tl upper part ot a skull, ami other per tious of a human skeleton. Tho bones were in a decayed state, aud are sup posed to be those of an Indian, n white man having ever beeu buried there within the recollection of th oldest settlers. Some of the bones wore taken in charge by Dr. Blaine who is supposed to be practicing fo the duties of coroner. Tho last Jtw.kwn'wn says : 'One sorehead stopped his paper last week, but ten others subscribed." That was a pretty gooTl week for soreheads subscribers ; but then we predicted how it would be, when wo saw all those anouncements in the papers of Clarion. As near as we can find out about half the population of that county were out for office, and only one to each office got the nomin ation. This makes sorehead, but we don't consider it exactly courteous to lis subscribers, for Porter to come right out nquare and call them "sore heads." They aro undoubtedly just what Mr. Porter calls them but it sometimes happens that nothing makes men "madder" than to tell the truth about them. -District Attorney Mason .has erected that awning in front of his office, and has treated the office as well tho awning, to a new coat of paint. The improvement is remarkable. Mr. II. G. linker, tho Hardware merchant, of Oil City, called ou us yesterday. Ho is a good business man and supplies a good part of this region with his wares. We can conscientious ly recommend him to our dealers as a man who will do ai well by them as any one in his line of business. Monday afternoon as S. C. Sloan and Jas. Black were boating some stono to fill up tho ice-breaker now being constructed, tho load being i little heavy, tho ' boat foundered Black went in, and displacod so much water that the lumberman below went immediately to look at -tho cables ou their rafts, thinking a flood was com ing that might carry away their lum bcr . When Black got out the river fell, and now meanders along tho low water clinntel. -A gentleman in Harmony twp. called on us a little over two weeks ago and asked us to say through our columns that the road iu Tionesta twp., from the depot to the Harmony lino was badly out of repair, and that the Supervisors had better fix it up at once. We charged our mind especial ly with that suggestion, and calculated to put in an item which would make tho aforesaid supervisors tremble in their boots ; but we were making pre paration to go fishing, and forgot that such a thing as a road in Tionesta twp. ever existed. In our cooler mo ments it comes back to us like a com et, aud we haste to say "Supervisors, repair those road !" M. r. Jenks, Jeweller, Meadville Pa., has tho largest and b9st selected stock of Watches, Jewclcry, Silver j and plated waro to bo found in any establishment of the kind in North western Pennsylvania. Also one of the best Watchmakers in ths States. Everything warranted as represented. Remember the place, ' corner of Wa ter and Chestnut Sis., Meadville Pa. Tetert Mimical Monthly for July co m os to us filled, as usual with beau tiful music, both vocal and instru mental. The Sheet music, of the pieces contained in this number would cost upwards of $3.00,. and yet the price of this periodical is only $3.00 per year, or 30 cts. per number. Ad dress J. Lj. Peters 509 Broadway N. Y. Wood's Housohuld Magazine for July is ahead of any previous number, ul when we consider its usual stand ard excellence, this is rare praise in deed. It is household, not only in name but in eharaeter, and its table of contents shows a wonderful adap tation of articles to the individual members or the lamily circle. . "bam s Littls Girl," a tempcrence story by Mary Ilaitwell, "Weather-tough Block," by Karl Kaso, "How The Vow was Kept," by II . V. Osborno "Lunatics at Large," by Rev. F. W. Ilollaue, and "The Declaration of Independence," by J. B. Weakeley, D. D., are among the more noticeable articles. Tbe Childrcns' Department is crowded full, and contains a poem iu baby-talk, which without doubt, will be very acceptable to the little ones. The price of the magazine is one dollur a year. Address, Wood's Household Magazine, Newburgh, N Y. Those beautiful lots just north of Mrs. Henry's rcsidenco can be bought cheap, on long time, by applying to the editor of this paper. tf. Robinson & Bonner have a full stock of Palm, Leghorn, Wool aud Fur Hats fur men 'and boys. Also Ladies' and Misses triintnod Hats. School Tax Notice. In pursuance of act of April 21st, 1869, Sec. 2, P. L., pago 87, 1 will at tend at my store, in Tionesta Borough, on each Saturday for the next two months, at which time auy person wishing to pay his or her school tax for the year 1873 can do so and receive a deduction or o per cent, on the amount of his or her tax. After that time no abatement shall be made, but after three months, their will be an additional 5 per cent, added on all tax not collected, or paid into the hands of the Treasurer. D. S. Knox. Tionesta, Juno 16, 1873. The colored address label on each paper shows the date to which tho sub scriber has paid, thus The's Turner If 74, signifies that Mr. Turner has paid for his pnper until March 1st, 1874 The mail list is corrected weekly. By con sulting the address label every subscri ber can tell how his account stands. Our accounts go back no further than the 1st of January, '73, the ac counts previous to that time being payable to the old firm. The old sub scription book is yet in our hands, and our receipts will be recognized by the old firm. - tf. Marriage Certificates, - Liauk Deeds, Leases, Warrants, Subpoonas, Summons, Executions, Warrants and Informations, for sale at this office, tf New stock ef Men's, Boy's, la dies', Misses' and Children's Shoes & Gaiters; at Robinson & Bonner's. Call and sco them. 12 The lightest running Machine in the world is tho Grovcr & Baker, at least Baldwin, of Tidioute says so, and ho knows. 46 ly A'ew Atlrertlaemetits. NEW BILLIARD ROOMS! ADJOINING the Tionesta Houso, at tho mouth ofTionostn CreoV. Tho tables and room are new, and everything kept in rdcr. To lovers of the iranie cordial Invitation is extended to mint and play it in u 10 new room. ai. irrtl, l'rop r, DRUG STORE ! Jas. H. Femes, Proprietor, (at tho old stand of Forest Co. Drug Store) ELM BTRBET, - - TlowftMA, Ta. T"l AVING purchased tho ontiro atopic of aa too r orst counts lmiir store, i iinve ehunirod til name to the "American," aud put In an enure new Block or DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, NOTIONS, SC., LIQUORS, Ftr Medioal m ONLY White Lead, perfectly pure, aold much alieapcr man lurmeny. Also all kinds ot Oils. Kerosene. Titr pontine, ltensino, Toilet Articles, I'er- fumerltm, lor aula eiiqap. . I am agent far the - PERKINS A HOUSE NON-EXPLOSIVE LAMP, The only SAFE l.AU P made, will fetua all kinds of oil with perfect safety, beta all Mats! It ran not break,aad ao eonsMet- d it cannot explode. THE SODA FOUNTAIN Is constantly ebarfred and Iced, and will bo served up lu the beat manner. Call and see me. JAS. H. FONE3. Tl IE BOOT & SHOE STOKE OIF" TUJIOUTE I TVT K. STKVENS. Proprietor. Fartioa i 1 in want of FINE Boots and Shoes will always rind a good assortment at Stevens When you rail, Just any "I' mm I I. most and you will be hborally dualt with. 6-Oiu N. K HTEVKNS. NOTICE. COMiiiBHio!BHa' Orrirn, Foiourr C., Tionbmta.Mav 1, 18J3. j Notice ia hereby given that the bridge across Tionosla CreeK near its mourn win be removed bjr the 15th hint, and tho Creek will lu obstructed for sixty days thereaf ter in tho orootlDD of a new bridge ile. All persons inUtrceUxi will govern themselves aecoruingiy. M ordr of the CountyConiniissinnera, 1. W.C I.ARK, Clerk. -mm RUBBER GOODS, , , . RUBBER GOODS, ; RUBBER GOODS, ' iklBBER GOODS, AT II. CI. TIN It 12 It & CO.'S CKNTRE STRF.KT, OI L CITY, PA. t : Wo have an Immense assortment of the ftlxivo poods in every ntyle and qnnlity HiiaulnitDlo, m lor instance : ' 1 Inoh Tw.vply TV-Ming. 2 inch Two-pl'v Holting. 21 Inch Two-ply Iiclting. 2 Inch Throo-plr Bollinjr. 2) Inch Throo-piy I loll ing. S inch Throe-ply Halting. SI Inch Throo-ply Ilclting. 4 inch Throo-ply Bcltnii;. 5 Inch Throo-ply belting. 8 inch Throe-ply Dclting. 7 Inch Thrcc-ply Belting. 8 inch Fonr-ply Belting. 9 inch Fotir-plv Bolting. ' 10 Inch Four-ply Belting. 12 Inch Four-ply Belling- FIVK-PIiY AND KNIILKSPt BELTS TO OKDKIt ON SHOUT NOT1CK. Wo caronloo atisrction In ercrv in stance. We aro headquarters for the above goods. H. G. TINKER & CO. A GREAT OFFER ! trksK 4X1 Urondway, N. Y.7 will dispose of 100 riAKOs aokuanhoi urst-ciass mnKcr, including WATERS' nt extremely low riccs lor rosn, or pari cosn, ami uaianeo n small monthly pnymonts. jnow i-vu tavo first-rlnss Pianos, all niodorn iiu provonionts, for ?1!75 cash. Organs f."i5, f75. Doublo-rced Organs, 100; 4-stop, fUO; H-stop, ria., nnn upwards. WATERS' CONCERTO PARLOR ORGANS aretho most beautiful In stylo and perfect In tone over made. Tho CONCEltTO STOP is tho best ever placed in any organ. It is produced by a third set of reeds pecu liarly voioed, the effect of which is most rhnrming and soul-stiriing, while its imi tntion of tho humnn voico is superb. Terms liberal. Illustrated C atnloguos Mailed for one stamp. A liberal discount to Ministers, Churches, Hundnv-tfehools, lAHlgPS, CtC. AtiKiNTH WAMllill. WANTED. General and Local Ag'ts. for the liartrani Sowing Machine, made at lan- bnry, Conn. Tho stillest fastest and easiest Ixx-k Stiteh, Straight Need In Machine in market. We give hotter terms than auy other company. Ad dress,' JOHN A. DODGE, Gcn l Agent, iMnbury conn. WAI.I.ACU A- COMPANY' . CREAM TABLE CHOCOLATE. No boiling necessary. A cup of delicious Chocolate made with it in two minutes, Nowasto. l'ackod in pound jars, vault la or plain. Ono dor., iu box. Uneriuaied as a confection for lunch, spread on crack ers, with a Klasa of milk at hand to drink For making Soda Water Syrup or flavor ing Ice Cream it la superior to any Choco late Cake, nothing else will bo used whero this has been tried. For nalo by J. i Warren & Co., Cincinnati, O. WE 1.1V ANT AX AttEXT. In this township to ennvass for tho new, valuable and 1at selling book by Dr JOHN COWAN. THE SCIENCE OF A NEW LIFE Kocoinmonrtod and endorsed by promin ent ministers, physicians, religious and secular rnpers. Ko other book like it published. $10 per week paranteed. Ad dicss, COWAN d: CO., 1:9" Eighth Street Now York 4 t II. JOIIHSTOlf, Bt PlUstmrfh, Brooch-Loading Shot Guns, M0 to )0O. Double Shot Guns. $150. Single Guns, $3 fi'). ristols, $1 to J8. Gun Material, Fish ing rack 10, tfce. mrso discounts to dealers or clubs. Aamv Guns, Hovolvers, Oct., bought or traded for. Goods sent by cx press C. O. D. to bo examined bofore paid for. , . W0RKINQ CLASS &hl& $tiO a week guaranteed, Itespoetablo em ployment at home, day or evening; no cnn'itnl required ; full inslructions and valuable pack ago or goods Bent ireo ly mail. Addrofs, with six cent return stamp, M. YOUNG dc CO., 10 Cortlandt St,, K, Y. 40--U ttC fft JOn per day 1 Agents wanted 1 43 I U 4ZU All Masses of working people, of either sex, young or old, muko more money at work tor us in their spare moments or all tho timo tlinn at anything else. Particulars free. Address G. Stinson Sc Co., Portland, Maine. 46 4t GETTYN1JUKG KATALYSINE WATER Is tho nearest approach to a specific over discovorod for Dyspopsia.Nourulgla, Rheu matism. Gout, (travel, Diabetes, Kidney and Urinary Diseases generally. It re" Ktorcs muscular power to the paralytic. It cures Liver Complaint, Chronic Diar rho'a, Piles, Constipation, Asthma, Ca tarrh, and llronchitis, Diseases of the skin General Debility and Norvous Prostration from Mental aud Phylcal Excesses. It is tho greatest antidoto ever discovorod for excessive eating or drinking It corrects the stomach, promotes Digestion and Re lievos tlio Head almost immediately. No household should ho without it. For ealo by all Druggists. -Fora liistory of tlie Springs, for inar vollous euros, and for testimonials from distinguished men, swnd for the pamphlets. WHITNEY RltOS., General Agents, 'll Wo'.Uli Front Street, Philadnlphia, Pa. GErrysiiL'KU SPR1NU CO. . M-4t Wrlt for Prim IJat to X. IrKtA) WL5ILKM 5fl4GU Wa. Cq'D A We have Just Issued O 1 lV U OlO Waltr.os In Two Vol umes, price fl each in luiards, $. ouch in cloth. The two volumoscontaiu over forty brautiful WaltEOs, worth lit leant it) aFAVoiUTii.jt?; dealers be particular to ask for P:tkhs' Kuition o Htkahts' Wai.tzks, as it is tho onl v correct and omplte elition. Ad Music. Piiblislier, WALTZES. b'K) Broatlway, Now York. Nov. 12. YOU ASK! ILL TELL ! The Sew DtPfiRTUREin Booki.' Agents Wanted. Exclnsi vo territory gi-' en. Tlin book will sell Itsflf. Fslkor, Mot dor, Sister. Itmthor. Minfstor. Mer chant, Manufacturer, Farmer, Minor,. Mariner, and 1 ';m .icU want It. TnKiit-; is Mokv Im it. Send fi.r it Circular." CIIE.STKItMAN A WKHSTKK.AO North 6th Ht., l'hiladclphia. I'm ..... j. .. ,. TELEGRAPHY. A necessary part of every person's titra tion In this advanced nir i llw art of Tol--graphing. Apply to the undersigned -Tor v Smith's Manual of Telegraphy, tho Ixwt work published on this subject. Price, ' SO cts. Also for every description of Telo- graphic IiiMlruojncntM and Mattery; Nitro enronne nailery lor itiectropiaiinp. G.TILIXJTSON A CO., 8 Dry Ht., New York. . JUST RECEIVED AT THE : 1 tirntJT fo CTfiPt. OF HIT IllrMVTlVTTTI C- 1S lAAA-JAJJ tVylllllJll . VV--' A Fresh Stock of i-titi I v v ii it jir M' GOODS. moths. 7 Hats. Caps, Boots. SllOGS, Hosiery, Gloves, Gents' Furnishing Goods. UNDERWEAR, EMBROIDER HANDKERCHIEFS, CORSBTS, ,' LACES, LACK GOODS, . BUTTONS, BRAIDS, ; : : TAPES AND . NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS, ' SILK GOODS, BLACK, FANCY SILKS, A full line of . .' ' CARPETS: RAO ' . i BRUSSELS, HEMP, INGRAIN, dr.i ALSO MILLINERY AN DSTR A W GOODS, HATS, BONNETS, VELVETS, VELVETEEN, RIBBONS, FRAMES, ORNAMENTS, AC, ilC, AT EASTERN PRICKS. We aro prepared to pay the highest pi ico for . "WOO Xj, sin:i:i' ri:MH & iiiuix. Of all kinds, cither in MONET or (foods. Wo have in our employ a FIRS r-CLASS TAILOR, and keep constantly on hand a GOOD STOCK OF GOODS, of bostqiulity aud latest designs, whloh ho will make up in a workmnu-liko maimer and latust stylos. Good fits guaranteed or no kale, A good and complete stock of - READY-MADE CLOTHING, Always on hand. S1L VER PLA TED WA RE AXV JEWELRY, ' Of very superior quality aud latoat de signs. 3tMy U ILISKOX N EH 4 CO. WAGES TTOR all who are willing to work. Any X person, old or young, of oithor sox, oaii make, from t!0 to ?."0 per week, at home day or evening. SVanled by all. Suita ble to cither City or Country, and any sea son of tho your. This is a raro opportuni ty for those wiio aro out of work, and out of money to inuko sn ludopendunt liviair. No capital being required. Our pamplct, "How to make a living," giving foil In structions, sent on receipt of 10 oeuta. Address, A. BURTON Jt CO., Morrisania, Westchester Co., N. Y. A mTTTTCI everywhere to aellour new iiiii 1 iJ UM,i novoi Kmliroidering W ANTEINUcuiuo tor t rated Circular, to the McKeo Manwfaiii turiug Company, 3A( Broadway, Nw York. 4 THE rAUI.UU CO.DI'AKION. Every 1 July wants one I Every Man ought to have- ono ! I Sent ou receipt of Ten Cents. Address L. F. JlYUE A CO., Mb Seventh Avenae Now York. liON.TON H.1HTATION f Kin AIM, Sent on reeoipt of 25 eta. Unique Print ing and Publishing House, 34 Veeoy Ht N, Y. rpiIE BECK,VITTl 10 Portable Fainll Hewing Machine, on SO Days Tna many advuntagos over all. Saiisfuotif guarantoed, or f JI refunded. Sent son plote, wilh full dircclioiis. Beck with Hoi ing Machine Co., tkU Broatiway, N. Y. lOli WORK neatly executed at this oft) I at roaaouablo ratss.