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WEDNESDAY M0RX1M, SEPT. M, SS7I.
BOROUGH OFFICERS. tbuNctfmrn W. T. Morcilltott, W. n. Ilnrlnn, P. I. Thoman, S. J. Woloott, Ovo. Bovard, T. It. Cobb. Juttietnttflht Pence W. P. Mercilllott, 1). H. Knox. Cuuttuhle Geo. Haslet. Nehnnt tHrretonH. I). Irwin, M. VT. Tnte, If. O. Davis, 1. H. Knox, S. J. Wol voU, L. I.. Hackett, FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. rmUU nt JulptV. 1. Jfks. . Aawint JudyvtJ. A. PnorKn, As BRKW Cook, Wmf-T. J. Va OIMKX. . Trenmrtr Fiikh. Hi.asknbr. I'rothoHOtnry, Iieyistcr J: ltecordcr,lc, J. It. Aomkw.' (mmi'Moner jAfon Mkjk'ILI.iott, T. i. CoU.lNH, John THom I'hon. Ck'unt'l fiuperintenrtrntH. K. Ttotimtn. IHntrict Attorney W. W. M Ason. (rv tAimmiVwioMW OKomiK HntoiNs, "Wtf. PATTKHSOX. f vienv Surveyor S.P. InwtX. Coroner J okiah WiSASn. CViuiifu Auditor AVm. Ct.Aiur, T. It. Conn, I.. WAHNVJn, Mrmbcrof Vonyrtu Vilh District C. It. Oi;kti. Alterably 1. It. Lawson. Time of Train . At TIONKHTA STA TION, on and after Thursday. July loth, 1S7J: of th 1st ci.au. i Train ?2 - - - - S-M a. in. " ai 7:0.) p. in. 2D CLAM!. Trsin CO " 61- - 11: 15 a.m. 3:43 p.m. I.ANH. NOII1II 1st ci Tiuiu CI Traiii 5 - wn a. m. . fi:3S p. in. 2n (-LAMB. 8:.Vt a. in. -i:32 p. in. 6 On tli Illver liiviHlou i. . from nil Cilv o Irvinotin, up the rlvrr Is North ( down the river, south. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Rev. J. Lusher will preach in the M. E. Church on Sunday next, morn ing aud evening. ' ' Sabbath School cdoed for the Mason, on Sunday last. It will be reorganized again in the spring. The chestnuts, are ripening nnd the lioys aro clubbing them. If the' frost don't interfere a good crop may be ex ptx'ttd this full. Rev, Newel I, of Franklin, preach t-d on Sunday last, as nnnouncod, to good audience.. His discourse in the evening, on "The Demoralization of (he country," was listened to attentive Jy, and the truths were pressed homo ,iu a masterly manner. K. Klein, Jeweller, of Tidioule nubilities his card in to dav's issue. It will be seen that ho is agent for the .celebrated Elgin watches, than which ,jio better are made. Hunt him up when you go to Tidioute, and you will irel the worth of vnur moiiev. cverv rs j . ' time you deal with him. A red fox was seen on tho hill on west side of Tioncsta on Sunday last. Aud now wo suppose there will 1o lots of hounds out cbajing that fox, It will not do, however, for uny deer to get in the way of the hounds when they are after the fux, or they are I ia bio to bo bittcu. Win. Blum lias bought out the interest of J. D. V. Keck iu the blacksmith and wogon nbop on the comer of Elm and Church Sis., and will hereafter carry ou the business himself. Mr. Blum has the confidence of the coinmuuity, and will probably have all the work ho cau manage. It will be seen bv refcrnuce to our advertising columns thut M. Einstein has bought out the store and goods of Proper & Ileck, oud will continue business at the old stand. Of cour: nil are pleased that Einstein bus con eluded to stay with iih, and we believe he's done a gnotl thing for himself in doing so. At a duuee once giveu in a settle ment not a thousand miles from this place, a rustic was introduced to a lady; ,by a mutual friend. Tho gorgeous. ncjs of-her attire struck him forcibly aud when introduced he looked straight at the lady and ejaculated, "Wall I'll swan!" It's needless to say thut -the lady did not recognize him there after. Piano3 and Ortianj. The makes of "Weber; Stock; Matushck ; Haines Mason & Hamlin; Smith American Estey, and aevcrul others. Foreign Hiid domestic Sheet-Music, Musi Bokd. All kinds of Musical Instru merit, and merchandise uf tho lies quality aro constantly jon baud at Jos. Hteinbnrger & Co.', Music Dealers, Oil City, I'a. Agents for the ubove named manufactures for this section, aud for all tho music publishers in the rum try. bend for catalogues aud ju ice lint. 10 tf ELECTION RETURNS. The Republican County Conven tion, which met yesterday was called to order hy the chairman of the Coun ty Committee, and Jos. Green elected See'y. The return judges then pre sented their returns which are ns fal lows: 4 bu run r V F. 12. Allison 171. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. .1. K. Clark Ki5 Eli Ilolcmnn f3 0 Majority GO M. E. Porter AUDITOR. U. Jamieson . 153. JUKY COMMISSIONER. Wm. Patterson 164. COltONKR. M. Iltcl 1C5. DJSTllltT ATTORMCY. S. D. Irwin 100) w i Ar;n;..H mn t "juy CO On motion Miles W. Tale Esq., was reelected Chairman of tho County Committco f r ,he ensuing year. The Legislative Conferees selected were Jan. Greeu, lion. A. Cock and J. li. Agnew. Oit motion adjourned. J as. Green, Sec'y. Tho following named gentlemen are members of the county committee nnd chairmen of tho dillureut township's, for the ensuing year : S, J. Wolcott, TioucHta ISor. J no. lluddlcMon, Tionosta Tvvp. 1. Connolly, Harmony " Jnines Orcon, Hickory " Wm. A. Duxcnbury, Kingsloy " Lewis Amur, Urocn " Hon. W. It. Coon, Barnctt ' John MerVililott, Jonkn " Ropert l. lllauk, Hoivo " It ia the duty of each chairuinu above named, tu select their committee in each township, and organize initne diately for tho full campaign. The committee will consist of five mem bers. Let each chairman organize his committco immediately, and go nc tivt-ly to work without delay. M. W. Tate, Chairman A sail accident occurred in the Berlin settlement, six or seven miles from Clarion, on Sunday Inst, by which George Peifler, a young man of that place, lost his life.' It apnea rs that Peifl'er. with several other young men were sitting on a log in the grove, and one of the party, named Swntzfagcr, hud a gun lying on his arm, and was working with tho lock, when tho guu was accidentally discharged, the con tenU lodging iu .Pciffcr's neck. The wounded man was caught bv his brother, iu the act of fulling. He said "I m shot I must die," and immedi ately expired. Tho deceased was u uejihcw of Judge Cook, from whom we got tho facts. Tho occurrence has cast a gloom over the entire comimini ty, and much sympathy is expressed for the parents and relatives of the do ceased. This iS only one of many nc cidcuts, constantly occurring from the careless use of fire anus, aud should be a lesson to all whq know the cii cumstunces. On Saturday hut, while at Tid iouto, wo walkeJ down to the river where the new bridgo is being cou structed, and just to satisfy our -own mind, we tried the cement, and found that, after diggiug through a thin erust we could run our knife into the cement the full leugth of tho blade, without any trouble. Of course we felt bet ter, because the cement there presents the same characteristics as that in the stonework of our own bridge. So if one is good tho other mii6t be; nnd if our bridge falls on that nccount, lo 1 Tidioute's will share the same fate. It does not lock reasonable, however that all the builders aud contractors on the river should bo swindled with poor cement, and wp verily believe that it is all good, and take much comfort iu our belief. Tho Berger Family and Sol Smil4i Kussell gave an entertainment in Tidioute, on Friday uud Saturday evtuings of last week. It was our good fortune to he present at one of these entertainments, and wo were very highly pleased with the whole performance. Kussell, himself, is as good as a dozen common concerts, and his e Hurts were duly appreciated, by the audience. Geo. II. Ahreus, Jr. the gentlemanly manager of Graudin'i Opera House, looks out for tho best entertainments going, and Tidioute bus a ch'iuce to enjoy all of them. At any time wheu a car load of 50 to GO cau be made up here, a t-peciul tiaiu will cany them to lidioutu and buck ui reuuecu lure, tiio same evening, This will give our citizens a chance to enjoy the really first-class entertain marly as well in if we had an opcr, t huii e of our own. i covitT ri!0 iu:irNci. Sept. 22, 1873. Court called at 10 o'clock a. rn.f by Hon. Wm. P. Jenks, President Judge, Hons. Jno. A. Proper and A. Cook being present. Constables called and sworn nnd relnrns received. Trial list called. Argument list cnlled. Boll of Attor neys called. Grand Jury called and charged. Motions heard, and court adjourned to mest on Tuesday, the 23d, at 8 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, Sept. 23. Court met pursuant to adjourn ment, and trial of enses taken up. J. W. Myars, for use, y. Goo. W. Rose. Verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred nnd four dollars. Jas. Ilaflerty vs. Thomas Porter. Verdict for plaintiff in $97.00 and in terest. Foster Farm Oil Co. vs. Owston & Sowers. Verdict for plaidtiffin 83.190. This last is a certified case from Ve nango county. Tho following nre tho findings of the Grand Jury : Com. vs. S. C, Wright. Larceny. True bill. Com. vs. Wm. Gallagcr. Assault. Not a true bill, nnd prosecutor, J. R. Jones, lo pay costs. The Grand Jury recommend that better gntes be put up nt the entrances to the court house yard, in place of those now used, which, in the opinion of tho Grand Jury aro a nuisance. The Grand Jury wns then discharg ed. The balance of proceedings of this court will ho published next. week. Robert Black, Esq., of Brookton, this county, called on us yesterday, and informs us that the tannery at that place is turning out 300 sides of leather per day, averaging 20 ibs. to a side. There are seventy-three men employed on tho tannery, and they poll fifty votes. They support a good school there, sending twenty-five schol ars. 'Sqttiro Black docs the justice business up there, and the inhabitants don't seem to need very many fines aud imprisonments. Shefiield is their nearest railroad station, and also their post-olBco. Tho hard times have not reached thero as yet, and the citizens live in hopes they never will. The last pier of the river bridge is built and the trestle work is up ready for putting on the iron as soon as it comes to hand. The stone masons tire now at work on the abutment. Foot passengers who are steady of nervo and bold of heart, can now cross ou the trestle work uud that part of the bridge which is conydete. The iron for tho last arch is expected soon, per haps to-day. Proposals for carrrying the mail to nnd from the depot will be received forthwith, nt the Post-Oiiiee. The low est responsible bidder will get the job. It occurs to us that there are plenty of chaps who would, do tho business well, aud lo whom the pay would nut come amis". Send in your bids, at onec. Fred. Percivnl, General agent for tho Northwestern Life Insurance. Co., is in town, and will insure a man be fore he knows what he is about. We've soeu him try it, and know whereof we speak. Harper's Magazine for October has the following contents: A Lady's Enterprise, with fifteen illustrations; L'Envoi and Song; General Sherman in Europe and tho East, with seveutoeu illustrations; Tho Lordship of JJorfu ; The Hamp ton Normal and Agricultural Insti tute, with tw'elvo illustrations; Mem uon ; ''Dat Tadeeus," with one illus tration; Who was Right?; Our Girls; Tho World aud I ; The Home of Paul and Virginia, with five illustrations ; In a Tobacco Factory, with ten illus trations ; Lottery ; Detective Plnker tou ; Hero Worship ; A Simpleton A Story of the Day; The Republican Movement iu Europe (tenth paper) ; Semper Fidelis; A Loss to tho Pro fession; Recollections of an, Qld Stager; The Judicial Record of the late Chief-Justice; Editor's Easy Chair; Editor's Literary Record; Editoi's Scientific Record; Editor's Historical Record ; Editor's Drawer, with four illustrations. Harper Bros., New York. New iuvoice, boots auo fchoe, mens', hoys' aud youths' bouts, woman' shoes uud gaiters.misses and childieus' tdioes. Stock full and complete ; come nnd see before purchasing elsewhere; we try lo please all. Rjr,INMJ.N rv IioNNu:. Stevens tho boot and shoo man is now receiving tho jincrt and largest stock of boots nnd shoes ever brought to Tidiouto. When in want of fino goofls remember Stevens has them, and you can buy them cheap. Tidioute. Sept. 24. 1873. tf FOR SALE. We offer for sale our farm, situated in Barnctt township, Forest county, containing tw.o hundred and forty-eight acres, about ono hundred acres cleared, ballnnce iu Pino nnd OUk timber. Improvements: One largo and sub stautial dwelling house, ono pl..nk frame house, one bank bam, and oth er out buildings, tvo orchards, bear ing choice fruit, plenty of good run ning water. For terms and particu lars, call on the undersigned, living on the premises. Samuel Cnsstxa. Susaxah CYwiijca. 25 tf. MAIL iia(;e. Tho mails from this point on the railroad will arrive and depart as us ual, wiih the following additional mails : All mails going east of Irvinctown, will bo mado up anil sent north at 10:20 a.m.,; this mail will close nt 9:50, nnd lio mail arrives for this point on that train. All mail matter from cast of Irvine ton will arrivo ut 7:05 p. in. No way mail will be carried on that train. J. M. McKay, P. M. In. L. Stevens, the enterprising boot and shoe dealer, of Tidioute, de sires us to say that he will sell boots and shoes to poor people at cost, dur ing thiji fall and the coming winter. He means just what ho says. 25 tf NOTICE. The books of the late firm of I. Hilhronncr & Co. aro in my hands for settlement. I shall bo under obliga tions to those having a book nccount at said store if they will call and set tie the same immediately. ' M. ElXriTElN. I'OSTAI. NOTICE. All money duo this" offieo for post age nnd box rent up to October 1st, must be paid immediately. After that date all postage and box rent must be paid iu advance. J. M. McKay, P. 31. Chocolate cream cake. To the yolks of four eggs, well beaten, add two cups white sugar, one cup butter, oue cup sweet millk, three cups four, having in it one measure Banner Bak ing Powder, then add the whites of fuur eggs, well beaten ; bake in jelly cake pans. For the cream, to four ounces of plain chocolate grated, add one cup white sugar, two table-spoonfuls corn starch, one cup sweet milk, one table spoonful extract of vanilla; mix well together, aud boil until it thick ens, stiiriug constantly. When cold spread it on the layers of the cake. ' Each can of tho Banner Baking Powder contains a small measure, to be used even full, according to printed directions. If you cannot obtain this really valuable article from your gro cer, send twenty-five cents by mail, addressed to Banner Baking Powder, P. O. Lock Box, 317, Pittsburgh, Pa., and you will receive, postage paid, a quarter pound package together with a list of fifty valuable Recipes. Tho colored address label on each paper shows the date to which the sub scriber has paid, thus Thos Turner 1 j?74, signifies that Mr. Turner has paid for his paper until March 1st, 1874 The mail list is corrected weekly. By con sulting the address label every subscri ber cau 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. Tho old sub scription book is yet in our hands, and our receipts will be recognized by the old firm. tf. Those beautiful lots just uorth of Mrs. Henry's residence can bu bought cheap, on long time, by applying to the editor of this paper. tf. Tho lightest running Machine in the world is the Graver & Baker" at leat-t Baldwin, cf Tidiouto says so, and ho knows. 46 lv Don't fail to go to Robinson & Banner'! if yt,u went stoves, stovepipe or tinware. 23-tf. The Ouccu Clothfc.1 Wringer.. Best ul, at Ri;inhs A: J'.onnkk's. Tho best stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silvcrwaro in Oil City can bo found nt J. Wolf's, Centre St. Particular attention paid the repairing of flue Watches. Or ders by mail promptly attended to. aa-iy. Job Priuting. Do you want posters? Do you want hand-bills ? Do you want business cards ? Do you want a neat bill head ? Do you want a tasty letter head ? Do you want a nice visiting card ? If so, leave your orders at the Re publican office) where they will be exe cuted in the neatest stylo and on most reasonahlo terms. TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. Over two thousand acres of fine Hemlock Timber Lands situated on Maple Creek, near Clarington, this couuty, are fur sale nt a buigaiu. Part of tho lands are cituated within four miles of Ciarinton, on the Clarion River, niiil would he a fine site for an extensive tannery nnd sf.w millj. .M:i and particulars can he Keen uy apply ing to tho editor of this paper. DIED. HOOD. In Tionosta two., on Tuesilav, ISopt. 2i!d. 18?:t. Lucy, clauuhliT ot ill iam nnd Martini Hood, aud '1 yearn I months and 6 days. Mr. Hood and his family have our sym pathy and that of the community, in this their Rnd bfrcavemnnt. yew Advertisement. YVntctiiiiuh rr iV Jcwrllrr, and a ont for tho eel chiatpd ELGIN WATCHES Tiiioi:te, Pa. French 'Clock Watches and Jewel rv repaired. All w ork warranted, a-30 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T KTTKKS of Administration to t tin cs .Li tatoof Alfred I'utterson, Into of l-'orcst county, hnvo boon (fiantod lo Iho nub serilior. All ppivions indebted to said c tato are requested to nuiko immediate navmont, and those havuiE claims against the same will present thrm duly autheiv ticated tor settlement, without tlflny, to GEO. H.IU.NDMAX, Administrator, KinsHlev Township. 'i't 01 UIKOLlITIO.. The co-partnership heretofore existing octwecn tun uriucrshtncu, under uio linn name of I llilbnmner it Co., is tins lnv dissolved bv uiiitual ponsont for the pur pose of closinir tho business. All debts duo tho late t! rm, either of note or book account, will no roiioctcu nv ni. I'.instein, who will sottlo all claims ntrniustthe same, I. im.P.lvONNEii. Sept. 4, 1S73. M. KINSTKIX. DRUG STORE Jas. H. Femes, Proprietor, (at tho old stand ofi'orost Co. Druj; Store) ELM STREET, - - Tionksta.Pa J J AVIN'G purchased tho entire stock of x . tno r orost cnunii nruit store, i navo changed the namo to tho "Aiuorican, ' and put in an entire now stock.ol DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOBACCO. CIGARS. NOTION'S, SC., LIQUOHS, For Mediculwe ONLY Whito Load, perfectly pure, sold much fheapor than furinorly. Also all kinds ot Oils, Kerosene, Tur pentine, lienzino, Toilot Arlicloa, l'cr fuinerios, ike., for aulo cheap. I am agent for tho PERKINS & HOUSE NON-EXPLOSIVE LAMP, Tho only SAFE LAMP made, will burn all kinds of oil W illi perfect safety, iieiiiK all Metal it can not broak.and ho constuct ed it cannot explode. THE SODA FOUNTAIN is constantly charged ami iced, and will bo served up in tiio best manner. Cull an ', wo inc. JAS. II. FON 1-- DK.J. X. ltOLAI'D, of Tl"" 'S' rel.Miisd to Ids practice,'' '';,"',d ,.K tience of four months, spi i.L..rv... -v.. ..i, ...1.,., '..ii " i ...... , 4. v. ,inn, vim' , calls in his pi'ofcssiop lt '" Ollieo in Eurel. . in. - jd chior 4litr ibovu tho bank v . '"H'' at this nf- mm I Oil w I lice oi wtjif,; en DIPLOMA AVAiini:r nY tub IM ICKEl'A I tf HTITlTi:, . TO J. V. Mi.'KKK, for Embroidering'' find Fluting! Machines. It I !nir. nioun iiinl will tno.'ttlie v:int-t f cverv unit rou in tii" hind." EXHIBITION OI-M V?.. John 1. (i'.'ivit, lti'r.niliH'r Si oi tlai y. F. A. I'.itin.tni, riciiilnnt. Samuel L. Tiliumi, ui'i I'spuiniiuii Swv. Now Yolk, NovenilirriP, rhia simple and iniri'iions Ma.-lumi is a useful :ih the Srwinir Maeliine. and is ft hecomiinr popular with ladle, iuthcplaco cf expensive Ni'edlo-wurk, iu work hoins? lnuc'i more handsnmo, rr-ffiiiriiijr lrs tinio nn l not onii tenth part tiio expi'iiso. lailv H tniii't im now cimipli to without it. A M.n himi with illti-.iiaic 1 i ircular noil full instrurt ions sent on rtiwlpt off'.', or linislnal iu sllvrr pinto lor ?-.7 n Audits, Ihc Jli-Kco Maniilnt'turinifi o. otni liioaiiwny, M'W lorn. A Jim!' Wunted. DR. GARVIN'S ELIXIR CF TAR. Is l'peniiiiiiPiided bv leirular Medical pratilioners and a speedy cure crliai nloeil ir Ciihls, i nil: us, atarrn, a si imw, i.ron -lilts. Spitting illoo I, Comsiiption and nil I'lilni'inai v Complaints. SVrofula, Erysip elas, l'vsprpsia and oiut. Ilvsenteiv. Cholera-tooi bus, Cholera and all livermel bowel eonuiliiii'ts. KidiiPV diseases and all atlcctieiisot'thc t'rinal I irmms perfect ly harmless tier ii-mii Mineral or Aleo- !ic i roiK itie i pleasant to'akoand nev er known to fail- l'rico HI. 00 per Hot I hi. Full purtieulais w ith medical testimony and eertilieatei sent on application. Ad- ire-i. I., F. 1 1 vde A-(.''-, I.U Seventh Avo- n ue, New i ork. DARTS FROM THE DEVIL : -OK CUPID ABUSED. A liook iust issued. i xiiosimrthp"i'Pis n- als'' thut have appeal ed in the New York .cwKpupcrnj their history mm lesson. tSt.vlish Villiaus fully exposed. Adver tisements from desperate men to beautiful women; ( 'landcstino nieciiiinsj how frus trated : Tho llistorv of thct oodi'ieh Trag edy tho result of a "personal." Descrip tion ot lavmtf lir adwiiy Statue, ex poses social corruption. Sent on recciot olV.0 els. Address, I' niipic l'rintii'.ir IIouso l!) Vcsey St., X. Y. rpilK HECK WITH : A) I'orlablo Family on ."0 Ihivs Trial ; J- Sewiiijr Machine, many advantages over all. Satisfaction uuaiantped, or iflO refunded. Scut com plete, with lull directions. Heekwilli Sow niic Machine Co., Sdil Hroadway, N. Y. 4 THKNIiW llt.llEHV Hill III 'I'T I UE. An Important Invention. It retains th Hupturo at all times, and under tho hard. est excrcisp or severest strain. It is worn witli comfort, nnd if kept i n mailt and day, ell'oets a permanent euro in a few weeks. Bold cncup, nun Kent uy man when requested, circulars free, when or dered by letter bent to The Clastic Trnsu Co., No'. liJ llroiulway, N. Y. City. No body use Molal Spring Trusses; too painful; they slipolf too frcijiieutly. 4 TIIH I'AKI.OK CO.MI'AMO'N. Every Lady wants one I Every Man onuht to have one ! I Sent on receipt of Ten Cents. Addros, I,. F. HYDE A CO., ISO Seventh Avrnuii, New York. 4 YOU ASK! I'LL TELL!" The Nrw DEPARTURE'!' Bo!)kl' Agents Wanted. Exclusive territory Riv en. Tho book will kcII ilself. Father, Mother, Sister, Hrothcr. Minister, Mer chant, Manufacturer, Farmer, Miner, Mariner, and Vuiowfall want it. 'I'lttliK is'MoxKV IV IT. Send for a Circular. C 11 EST E 15 M A N A WKHSTEU, 50 North nth St., l'iiihidelphia, l'.i. TELEGRAPHY. A necessary part til every person's educa tion in tliis advanced ago is the art of Tele jrraphinfr. Apply to the. undersigned for Smilh'H Manual of Telegraphy, tho bcHt work published on thin mihincl. I'rice, ;!0 cts. Also for every description of Tclo grapliic InstriicincnU and I lattery; Nitro Chroiiiiu Hatterv for Electroplating. E. ti.TII.l.OTSO.N' iV. CO., S Dey St., New York. WAGES 1, oil all who aro willing to work. Any person, old or young, of either sex, cuu niuko from 10 to froO per week, ut homu day or evening. Wanted by all. Suita ble to either City or Country, and any sea son of tho year." This is a raro opportuni ty for thoso who aro out of work, and out (if money to inako an independent living. No capital being required. Our pamplol, "How to make a living," giving full in structions, sent on receipt of 10 tin in. Address, A. HUItTOX A' CO., Xtorrisanitt, Westchester Co., K. Y. 4 A (iT'WT everywhere to sell our new jL iJiaiid novel Embroidering W A1TTED Uaeliino, acini lor JIIum t ruled Circular, to tho McKoe Manufac turing Company, IW'J liroadway, New York, ' 4 UON-TON I'l.lltTATlON Kli;.,tl.H, Sent on receipt of ets. Vniuuo Print ing aud Publishing House, ;iti osey St., N, Y. 4 f Tie IsooTa; sii oESToiiT: (DIP TIDIOTXTE ! NE. STEVENS, Proprietor. Parties in want ot'EINli lioots and Shoes will always lind u good assortment atStevons'. Wiionycjii call,. lust say ('From Tiouestu" and you w ill be liberally dealt with. 0-Um N'. E. STEVENS. tfjttv.wi.-ifc, Jt NEW BILLIARD ADJOIN I NO the Tione-i' ",1'ept in mouth ofTionestu :'?& cordial aud room aro new. w t!i and play order. To lovcr. "i -jfiiuX; l'rop r, invitation is cx tho new r- j.NSUS SD11NARV, WILI.wiMSPOItT, PA Jies. Jlstablishcil J.'. or A'"''r'ERI0Il ADVANTAGES ,,-very Dei;artment of Culture. Send for I'utalogtin. Arrango early for rooms. Fall term begins Aug l!tli. w. 1.1:1; si'OTTswooD. d. d.. tj-lit President. lerk and inereliaiil cull learu'al ouee. Hook inailid, ..nc, II. (ioulditig Hrvanl, Hiili.il. i V "l .