The Beaver radical. (Beaver, Pa.) 1868-1873, January 03, 1873, Image 3

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fobney on fobest. on a regularstage waa Tn NovemW of “ l&lfOXAf.
' Farr * rt * h^ et a f>mSS^
« *fcl. W^ e ? 5 e . ha ? * * ye s* °? 01 .CHICAGO RAILWAY.-On and after Oct
reception; that he had to play in Cincin- srth, isra, trains win leave stations Mfoiiowa;
natlin the tell of 1823, in very ordinary • ..• j
u characters, and in taulsville in the low* >»»»'. it
,wfB of ex- est comedy—in thJlltter even assuming *«wk
, a all been snc- the character of a negro dandy; that he j ;
„, M a and criticised; and •“* iofered mwy privations in hit on
the historic man who »•«>course-havinghai»>»n coin tu
M morningj hecemher 18, bard«»a Pb»mohbbmrt,«.toe|>iiplir e i
' £ 9<Mook,i»lh<^ to pU ? to . «.. tablet
“is residence. cora«r-df3Brd«d and rider at a sahuy of twelve dollars a gymtoi ||«,« i> r .
- in fats native citv of week for twelve months having afterward —-
mms native cuy oi . t- . .. - -TRAINS GOING bast. - .
or dead, have pawed throngh the character of a vaulter katiohb. mail {asn*a.in»'s. min* ;
AK , Avnflt . at the Pearl street theatre, in New York —-— - -- -—r~
- i.j—J all tKa mWjl OhlClgO. S.ISiX aXMI S.B&PX JW®
erved —indeed, going through all the snbordi- P1ym0uth....... «.» laospu .240imoa* r
tnali- nate parte precisely as a real mechanic **
5 j> or mast begin, at the foot, whether he ;be
Bftf y mahhfactnrer orjournalist, untll finally .chop
saw he appeared at the Chestnut street tbea- btb'
Tack tre, in Philadelphia, on the fifth of JUly,. :
1826; Nothing so much hardens a man r T
an as the consciousness that he has risen to .. , ; —p.». hv*to, T ’
high position by himself alone. It re- General Passenger and 17c*e« Agent.
3Ce quires a supreme philosophy to .forget the ~ v ...
• lTe reproaches and roughness of early days. ' i-. \-;v. v-,T,
m . Your philosophers are, as a general thing, / CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. R.
those who have grown to an appreciation on and after Oct. 27th, 1872, trains will leave
as . , . . - ,• . - • , stations daiJy,(Bunflays excepted) as follows;
id of submission to taw by an easy life. Ed- goraa bootb-maim linn. "T
, 0 win Forrest must be accepted as one who -- BT i TIOs , - i£ zvb'«. icc«
t owed obligations to nobody but himself. -- —f —Tn — TTT"
lf Herein consists, casuists would say, the !!!*..!! H'ss** B.^i P * 5.28
f weakness, yetit was at the same time the S S 6.45
a strength of his character. He depended Bayard.... i j ii-B9
° _ , . , Wellsville i I.3Sfv 6.00
> upon nobody. He drew upon no brains Pittsburgh . 8,60 8;S0. :
v but his own, except when he appealed to going north—MAlN LINE. t „
the great leaders of literature, open to all stations. nzpa’s.! nail, kxtb’s, acco*. j
the world. He created many glorious il- Pittsburgh..” *p"~' 6.80a* i«pi
lustrations of these mighty authors. He jg fg
, 0 _ 0 . was robust, Titanic, original in all things. MUance 11.35 5.17 7.35aji
He did no. licpsonicncec that were writ Sr* » » |
s , hftftrt foil o ten by the great minds of the past to be Cleveland 1.55 7.80 IC.UK
a ° . , h .- s cohere * spoken in volumes to future generations. GOING BAST—RIVER DIVISION.
.from the stage of life one of He thundered them in hie own American mnom. keep,, rue, max ««
.tiafaaAfftve viaot Awn, hffai*A its hni tongue. He invented wonderful situa- Beijait 5.45 am 3.4opm
•*haracters that ever bore its oui- © . . Bridgeport 6.55 11.00 5.50
ino- iPt n<? sav down to his six- tIODS - He starllea the proprieties in the stonhenvuie.... 7.00 iisjspm 4.82
mg, let us say, uuwu wu a Wellsville 8.16 1.45 6.20
year, and dying literally with o,a wor,a ana tne Dew - ne e JJ en riBKea Rochester. 9.80 2.45 7.18
is back To the last he was the charge of being volgaft He was to Pittshorgh.. ... 10.40 8.50 8.20
' loved his art, its studies, th f Bta «® ; ? li ® ha ® l An . gel ° going wist—river division.
its activities, the changes art » w “ at Tyndale is to science; what otahons. acoom kahi. kzpb’s. accom-
its pleasures of travel Garibaldi ia to revolution. He uprooted
its rescue from the rust things. He compelled people to' think. Rochester. 7.40 2.45 ABO
•ack of private troub- Even the scholars who professed to know KSSriUe :".. S lisa 100
s most reserved, he more of Sbakspeare than himself were Bridgeport...... 11.00 1 5.50 9.05
mating talker; and startled by the rare, intelligence with 11,10 j 6,08 9,20
Never eager to w hich the Southwark boy discovered new titroarawas RRANnw ’ “
eociel life, he jewels in the Shakspeare line.. Ofeonree, N. ra ,i,.6^^ l r»pmjß. w ri,«ssJS«oopm
\ He was so with his education, be could not be in Bayard,6.Bo* la.IOp; m. JN. PhUa. B.oo*9,oopiaf
hat he never P olite societ y what Macready was in General Passenger aJdmdSSlnt.
ooort at a England, and he rushed into many ex
dit mat- cesses. He was American in all his pas- 1 -- ~ ■ -
litics, or sions and his prejodices. Traveling "PENNSYLVANIA R. R. 4 /
leer of through Europe; full of admiration for the —After October 87th. 1872, Twins will «nve
t sta- old masters, completely absorbed by the aDd de^ T^A^, lows: .. wkBTWAB d,
by, rush of ideas precipitated Into his young
ar- mind for the first time, he could hardly Pacific Bxp’s, 2:50a m
a conceive why, on his return to his native SffiSSri , B x. JwpS
country, he was not accepted as a perfect Philadelp’aEx. 5:20 pm
ji> , . . Fast Line, 8:50 p m
delineator oi the stage.
T be cartel* Ball, on Edwin
([From the Philadelphia Pres 9 -]
Seward the statesman, Meade the aol-
M Greek* the editor, FotreM
, be actor-each eminent m IBs day and
jegree, and, at characters of ex-
Ordinary interest-nave all been anc
cessively eulogized and crmcised t and
none more than the historic man who
died yesterday morning. December 12,
,872. about 9 o'clock, in the «* jrarof
bis ace St nls residence, cornet of Broad
and Master Streets, to hts native cily of
Philadelphia. Pew,Jibing or dead, have
passed through an experience moreevent
tol, and none have bo weli preserved
from first to last his marked individuali
ty. We have known Edwin Forrest for
thirty-two years. Our special Intimacy
with him began when, in 1841, we saw i
him play Robert T. Conrad’s "Jack
Cade,” at the Arch street.theatre in this
city, under circumstances that
indelible impression. Forrest was thirty
six, Conrad thirty-four; and the audience
were more than ready to greet the native
artist and the native author with a gam
ine enthusiasm. "Jack Cade” itself was
we!) calculated to arouse enthusiaspa and
to live long in memory. It appealed so
strouglyHo the popular heart, and struck
so many keys in the popular expectation,
tha? itJiyes to day as one of the finest of
oar modern dramas. Represented by one
of the most striking young men of the
time, and the work of one of the most
cultivated and refined of our rising Phil
adelphians, it got a start in the general-es
teem which it still holds. Conrad died
in 1858, before his time, aged fifty. In
his grave was burned a brain full ol gen
ius and a heart full of love. /Forrest
fought bravely in his 1 sphere till 1872,
passing from the stage of life one of the
noblest characters that ever bore its bul
lets—passing, let us say, down to his six
ty-seventh year, and dying literally with
harness on his back. To the last he was
a worker. He loved his art, its studies,
its excitements, its activities, the changes
of scene It afforded, its pleasures of travel
and acquaintance, its rescue from the rust
of idleness and the rack of private troub
les. In many respects most reserved, he
was at times a fascinating talker; and
withal a rare listener. Never eager to
thrust himself forward in social life, he
was never an unready guest. He was so
conscious of his superiority that he never
allowed anybody to ask his support at a
convivial patty as an actor, and it mat
tered not whether he talked politics, or
religion, or poetry, he was the peer of
his associates, of- whatever rank or sta
tion. More than once in days gone by,
when statesmen in Congress of both par
lies visited the editor of the Washington
CArontVfrand the Philadelphia Press at
his old rooms on Capitol Hill, Forrest
would come to us after he had acted Jfac- 1
beta, or Othello, or Richelieu, or Jack Cade,
or Ooriolanus,' and at a word forget the
fatigues of night, and startle the dig
nities by appearing as a French critic on
Shakespeare, a Yankee in the South, a
slaveholder on a steamboat, a negro in
the pulpit, or an interpreter of some old
ballad of the fireside affections. And all
this till Cold Pitt Fessenden, of Maine, or
grim Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania,
or reticent Joseph Holt, qf Kentucky,
would be convulsed with laughter or
drowned in tears.
It is too late in the-day to discuss Ed-
Forrest’s gifts as an actor, but if
there were any doubts about them, no
better tribunal could be found than the
best of Judges— the members of his pro
fession—with all their envies and their
jealousies. He has been at issue with
many of them, for one reason or another;
and yet we think ‘we may say that E. L.
Davenpoit, Barney Williams, John
Brougham, Jas. E. Murdoch, J. W. Wal
laek, E S. Connor, William Wheatley,
1 S Clark— even Edwin Booth—are
proud ot him, and so of every manager
tbu he ever acted for. What better
Mge of a lawyer than lawyers What
better judge of the monarch of the stage
■ ban the men who played with him?
Forrest was a hero to those who saw be
hind the scenes, and an idol to those who
studied him before them. No man of his
profession ever had more compliments
from scholars, critics, editors.and .states
men. He offended many of these, but
their early verdicts stand in stern contrast
to many of their later criticisms.
Of Forrest as an actor, a student,’ a
traveler in his own and foreign lands, a
collector of pictures and photographs, a
delineator of men and manners, we must
M historians, volunteer and otherwise,
speak—expressing the deep regret, that he,
has never had a sufficient Boswell to take
down what he has seen and beard; to em
balm his ten thousand anecdotes and
memories ; nor yet that he has made ho
fecord himself of what would be an un*
fe sampled book—an autobiography of
Edwin Forrest, as full of interest as that
°f Pepsy in the days of the Second Charles,
0r Crabbe Robinson, who furnished
l be last generation with his reminiscen
-068 We propose to speak of Forrest;
T HE MAK.
Edwin Forrest was in every sense self*
Pliant. -He seemed to be conscious in
even earliest hours of his triumphs
l bat he had grown to greatness without
adventitious aid. He seemed to recollect
bow, in 1817, when he was a boy of thir*
te en, he had appeared at the old Apollo
theatre, in that city, at the corner of Apollo
&nd South streets, as Lady Ann, in Hume’s
"■a?edy of “Douglas,” and how, in 'lBl9,
he hlayed as an amateur in the old South
s treet theatre; that his first appearance
One thing must be said of Edwin For
rest, how that he lies cold oh his bier—ha
never courted popularity; he never flat
tered power. Importuned a thousand
times to enter into society, he rather
avoided it. The few friendships he bad
were sincere. He never boasted of bis
charities, and yet we think, when the se
crets of bis life are unsealed, this solitary
man, who dies without a single known
living person of his own blood, will prove
that he had a heart that could throb for
all humanity. Having known him and
loved him through his tribulations and
his triumphs for more than a generation,
we feel that in what we fiay of Edwin For
rest we speak the truth of one who was a
sincere friend, an honest citizen, and a
benevolent man.
The Will of an Unreconstructed South-
David Deshler, a wealthy German citi
zen of Tuscumbia, Ala., brought suit
against a debtor in this. State several
years ago. After remaining in a lower
Court for some time, the case was Anally
appealed to the Supreme Court. Deshler
died not long ago, and in his will, writ
ten in his Own band, 'in Philadelphia,
March 8,1870, he designated Gen. John
D. Rather as his executor. His suit in the
Supreme Court was suspended on account
of his death. In order to revive it, Gen.
Rather Was required to qualify in this
State, as Deshler’s executor, and to file a
certified copy of the will, which should
alrfo be recorded in one tit the Probate
Courts. Gen. Rather complied with all
these requirements yesterday, before
Judge Forriss-
The will contains the following clause,
which, it is said, will not hold good in
law: “Making the exception, however,
that any of my said nephews who may
Jiave taken an active part, voluntarily, to
carry on the fanatical, barbarous and
unrighteous war upon the Southern
States of the Union, by serving in the
Union army, so called, or by aiding and
abetting with their personal influence, or
money; said unholy crusade, shall
be utterly excluded from any benefit to be
derived from my estate, considering, as I
do, that they assisted in diminishing the
value of the same to a much larger
amount than would be their legitimate
share, bad said war, in which they may
have participated, not occurred or been
carried out.”— Kashtme Times.
A barber in Titusville, while catting
the hair of a Jural customer, ran his
shears against some hard substance,
which proved to be a whetstone. The old
farmer said he “had missed that whetstone
ever since haymaking v tlme, last Jnly,
and had looked over a ten acre; lot for it,
and now he remembered sticking it np
over his ear.”
enter.
TRAINS QOINfI WEST.
STATIOH9. \ EXPU'S. *An.. EXPA'i. Exin’e
Pittaborgh. ,1.48a* 7.10 a» 9.10a* *-00f»
Rochester....... :|M 8.85 10.28 tMV-,
.Alliance ........ 5.10 ! 7 11.25 l.lOwa 8J0;
Onrvnio.V 6.48 1.451* 8.07 7.96
Mansfield....... M 6 4.23 &09 9JB;
riMtHnii - 9.20 - 6JO 5.40 9.66
Creatiioe.. f De #4O gjoui e.OO 10.05 <
Fareet.:........ «.« 7.58 T. 86 «.» i
Una.......... .. llMt* 9.05 9.15 WSOA*
Port,Wayne.... 2.90 u,85 11.56
Plymouth.. 4.45 9.86a* %*&** fSLi.
Chicag0......... ;S0 6.80 6;60 j BJOWI
r;:. -TRAINS GOINO FAST. ' ■'"vf;,
■' WATiOHS. ■ MAIL |E9>B , a.|EXra' , a. *»* *«
Chicago. 5.15 ax ».90a* 6.8&m 9Jftf»
P1ym0uth....... 9.16 :s.QSni 9.10 s 1M0a»
Fort Wayne ... 12.90r* 9,90 11.45 8.28
1ima............ *»■'. iicrr i.6oae «IB| :•.
P0re«t.......... 4,00 . 5.08 ; B.CO :? <M®
lAr 6.85 6.80 j.- 4.80 8.06
Crestline - f jjg n.so 6.50 4.40 BJS
Mansfield....... 19.06a* 7.91 6.10 ;
Orrville... *lB, 9JB ... 7.18 1196
A11iance.......... 4.90 11.00 9.00 1J0*»
Rochester....... 6.67 1.12a* 11.20 8.89
Pittsburgh...... 8.10 9.90 19.86**) 4.46
Through Trains Arrive
Union Depot.
Mall Train, I:osam
Fast Line. I:Bsam
Pittsburgh fix. 8.60 a m
Cincinnati fix. 8:40 a m
Southern fix. 12:10 p m
Thro* Pass’ger. 1:25 p m
Pacific fixpr’s, 1:40 p m
Way Passenger, 8:20 p m
; -XOOAi.
Walls Nol 6:20 a m
[Brinton Ac. Nol, 7:40 a m
Homew’dAc.Nol 8:20 am
Walls No 2, 9:10 am
Johnstown Ac. 10.10 a m
Walls No 8, 1:10pm
WalleNo 4 3:20 p m
Home’d AcNo 2 4.45 p m
Walls Ac. No. 5 5:80 p m
Brinton No 9, 6:80 pm
Bradk’sAc.Nol 7:20 pm
Home'd Ac No 8 8.50 p m
w Brinton Ac No31I:10pm
Cincinnati Express, Fast Dine and Brinton Ac.
No. 2 leave dally.
Pacific Express daily, except Monday.
All other trains daily except Sunday.
Pacific Express leaves Pittsburgh at 2:50 a m ar>
riving at Hairlsbnrgat 11:40 a m: Philadelphia 3:80
pm; Baltimore3:oo p m; Washington 5:40 pm.
New York 6:B4pm.
Cincinnati Express leaves Pittsburgh at 1:00 p
m arrives at Harrisbntg 10:25p m; Philadelphia 2:30
am: Baltimore 2:16 a m; Washington6:ooa m. New
TorkticlUam.
LOCAL,
Walls No 1, 6:80 am.
Home’dAc.Nol 7*loam
Walls No 2, 10:20 a m
WalVs HoB, 11:50 a ID
Home’d Ac No 2 2:30 p m
Walls No 4, 3:20 p m
Johnstown Ac. 4:00 p m
Brin ton AcCom-
modat’nNol, 4.50 pm
Biaddock’s Ac.
Nol, 5:80 pm
Walls No 5, 6:05 p m
Homo’d Ac No 3 7.20 pm
Brfhton Ac No 3 9:20 p m
Wails Ac. No. 611:05 p m
Philadelphia Exprosslcaves Pittsburgh at 5:20 n
m arrives at Harrisburg 2:55 a to; Philadelphia 6:W
am; New York 10:03am. •
Past Line leaves Pittsburgh at 8:50 p m arrives at
Harrisburg 6:20 am; Philadelphia 9:80 a m; Balti
more 8:45 am; Washington 11:15 a m; New York
12:24 pm. •
The Church Trains leave Wall’s Station every
Returning at 12:sSp g mfand*airiTO
Station at 1:45 p m. Leave Pittsburgh
9:20 p m arrive Brlnton’s 10:30 pm.
CITY TICKET OFFICE—For the convenience
of the citizens of Pittsburgh the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company*bave opened a city ticket office
at No corner ofSmlthfleld street,
where- Through Tickets, Commutation Tickets
and Local Tickets to principal stations can be pnr
chased at any hour of the day or evening at the
same rates as are charged at the depot.
Baggage will be checked through to destination
from hotels and residences by Excelsior Baggage
Express Co „ on orders left at the office.
i*or farther information apply to
THOMAS E. WATT. Agent,
m 78 Fifth Avenue, or
W. B. STOREY, Agent, Union Depot.
„ A. J. CASSATT.
General Manager, Philadelphia, Pa.
Y Y ALLEY RAILBOAD
NEW LINE TO BUFFALO VIA. THE OIL RE-
On and after Monday, .Toly 15th, 1872. Three
Through Trains daily, except Sunday, will leave
and nrrivo at Pittsbnreh. city time, for Franklin,
Oil City, Buffalo and all points in the Oil Regions,
and Western and Central New York. '
„ _ Leave. Arrive.
Bay JBxnress 7.10 a m 8.86 p m
Night Fxpress 10.40 pm 6.15 am
Mail Train 10.50 am 4.45 am
Ist Holton Ac A4oam 6.80 am
Ist Soda Works Ac 9.80 am 8.05 am
ParnaenisAc. ....11.40am 2loam
Brady e Send Ac 8.25 pm 10.80 a m
2d Hu 1 ton Ac 5.00 pm 8.55 am
2d Works Ac. 6.00 pm S.«SS
Sd Holton Ac 8.60 pm 7.20 nm
Spec ills unday train to Parker leaves at 7.10 a
m and arrives at 8.85 p m.
A special Sunday train leaves Pittsburgh every
Sunday at 7.10 a m, arriving at Parker at 11,25 a m.
rffiXTe * t4 ' 4op * nd *’ Tlw * “
_ Chnreh traUitoand from Soda Work* (Snnday)
?r , « eB Sr Pltt#bu, at M® • and leaves at
is.oo pm,
, _ „ J. J. Lawrence, Qen’L sunt.
J. H. BRAY. Ticket Agent. v
a. w. srxir. jaues osßntx
g EELY & O SBURN,
. Successors to H. W. Seely,
BR ID G E STREET®
. ROCHESTER, PENN’A.
i Sealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
QUEENSWARE and NOTIONS,
Cash paid for Farmers’ Marketing.
Jyl9-iy. •
GIONS.
,i V ■‘i ;; | t f -V.\ *'r * *-■ r %• '•:•?>
i'y / sju\i c y
. - .40CBE8T1QL PA.
; L 'V S'■?
Fire Life aii AccUeit lammce.
•-* T' ,-v " f 'ey* t* C«?‘ M <x, t f »y, s)•\ . 'r .
NOTARYPUBLIC.COHTEYANCER,
" RBAL ESTATE AGENT.
r /Vi,;® j : v.; y
ANCHOR AMD NATIONAL IJNBB OP OCEAN
- BTRAMBBS-ADAMS AND ONION JBX>'
, Flre,Ufe and Accident PoUcleawrlttenat fair
rates and liberal terms. Deeds, Mortgages, Agree
ment#, *c., correctly written. DepoMtlons and
Actoowledginonte taken. Passenger* booked to
and from sUparte pf England, Ireland, Scotland,
France and uenaany, Sfoneyand goods forward
ed to all parts oftbq UnitedStatasand Canada.
/ETNA INSURANCE CO..
OF SASXFOBB, CONN.
CASH A55ET5,.........58,000,000
BBtahlfrh** ia IW9—Wealthiest andthostrellahlo
: Company, to the World.
“By their Finite yeshall know them.*’
1,08868 Paid to Jan. jet, 18H........... .$28,000,000
NIAGARA,
OF SEW TOSS.
CASH ASS£TS(«t«*4fsl*soo,ooo
ANDES INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF OISCINFATI.
CACH ASSETS ........................ *1,600,000
ENTERPRISE,
OF PSILABELPSU, PA.
CASB ■ $600)000
• LANCASTER,
OF LANCASTER, FA.
CASH PAID ASSETS, -... *840,000
ALPS INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF ERIE, PA. '
SASH CAPITAL. *250,100
Insures against damage by lightning as well aa fire.
HOME LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NSW YORK
CASH V.'.i... *8,500,000
TRAVELERS LIFEAND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE CO.,
OF HARTFORD, doss.
CASH ASSETS, *1,500,000
Paid losses, since its of over *7OO
a day, for death-and injury, v ; • \
1 Representing the above first class Companies,
acknowledged to be amongst the best in the world,
and representing a gross Cash Capital of over Six
teen millions or Dollars, lam able to take Insur
ance In departments, and Policies issued wit boat
delay. Losses liberally adjusted and promptly
paid. Insure to-day. By onedayt'negUti or way
you may topee the savings of years, Delays ate
daneeroas, and life uncertain. Insure to-day.
One to-daytoviorth two to-morrows. Quality also
is of the utmost Importance, The low-priced,/
worthless mode always proves the dearest.'
Therefore, Urn to Quality a» the paramount Consid
eration o/jbsurpnee. Look to worth and wealth
for Indemnm(. Ihe See tie the Cheapest* “As you
eo* thatyot&hal! yo« reap.”
Grateful for the veiy liberal patronage already
bestowed, IflaUter myself, by strict attention to a
legitimate bnsinese, not only to merit a continu
ance ol the same, but hope, by the facilities and
Inducements 1 am now enabled to offer, for a large
increase during the presentyear.
1 M&. 8. A. CKAIQ is duly authorized o take
applications in adjoining boroughs and townships.
CHARLES B. HURST,
Insurance and General Agent, -
jeKTTI Near the Depot, Rochester, Penn's.
LANCASTER .
INSURANCE COMPANY !
LANCASTER, PA*’
HON.THOS.E. FRANKLIN, Pres.
B. F. SHENK, Treasurer.
EDWARD BROWN, Secretary.
. DIBKCTORS:
THOS. E. FRANKLIN,
JOHN L. ATLEE, Physician;
JACOB BAPSMAN'PreB’t Farmers Nat. Bank;
HENRY CARPENTER, Physician;
JACOB M. FRANTZ, Farmer;
JNO.C. HAGER, of Bluer A Bro. Merchants;
GEO. K. REKD.ofEeed, M’Gran & Co., Bankers;
A. E. ROBERTS, ex>Member of Congress:
F. SHRODER, of Shroder & Co*, Cotton Han.;
B. F. SHENK, of Slunk, Bailsman 6 Co.;
INSURES
DWELLINGS,
MERCHANDISE,
FARM PROPERTY,
CHURCHES,
SCHOOL HOUSES.
MILLS AND FACTORIES,
And all other FIRE RISKS taken at as low rates as
any first class Company can afford.
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAIR.
Term Policies issued on Dwellings, farm proper*
ty, «kc.,at
LOW RATES, •
And Policies liberal in other terms. Apply to
CHAS. B. HURST, Agent,
ROCHESTER, RA.
apr29’7o:ly.
rjiHE ENTERPRISE
Insurance - 00.
OF PHILADELPHIA.
■ !
F. RATCHTORD STARR, President.
THOS. H. MONTGOMERY, Y.Pres.
ALEX. W. WILTER, Sec’y.
JACOB PETERSON, Aas’t. Sec’y;
CASHiSSETS, 9200,009
ABBBVB Fejh. lst, *TO, *530,8*314
FIBS INSURANI^ISCCLUStVELT.
Perpetual add term FoUdes a eiy liberal rates
andterma.Applyto ! j -
CHAS. B. HURST, Agent,
ROCHESTER, PA:
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PITTSBURGH
MARBLEIZED MANTLE WORKS!
JAM E 8 O LD,
193 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
i jkiao, RANGES. GRATES. <fec.. and particular
atieuttropaldto FURNACES, Public and Private
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PIANOS AN® ORGAN’S,
No. 118 SMITHPIELD STREET.
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BTSffi® CATALOGUE.*
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SASH AND
MONBOB MILLER. W. DOLBY.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
_ __ MaaafactfiTeraofaiid Dealers in
BOUGH AHD FLAWED LUMBER, DSEBBBL
SWUfO. SBEIVINGi
EOCHESTEH, BKAVES COUNTY, PA.
declB’6B;ly
PALL AND WINTER
G-Q C> X> S.
The undersigned ben leave to inform his friends
and tbe public generally, that he has Just received
a new stock of goods of the latest styles for Pant
and wnnxp. wear, which be offers at very ladder*
aleMtes.
GENTLEMENS’ FURNISHING GOODS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
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Clothing maide to order on the shortest possible
notice.
Thankfhi to the public for past favors, I hope by
close attention to business to merit a continuance
of tbe same. DANIEL arrri.iro
! deed’fiSrly Betdob Bt., BBjpeEWATXRTpA. .
JjWABLISHED IN 1838.
The Largest and Best
STOCK OF FURNITURE
West of the Mountains,
Ofonr ownmannfacture. will be found at the
Mammoth Furniture Establishment of
C. G. RAMMER & SONS.
The newest and most approved styles of Pine
and Medinm Furniture, in auger variety than any
other house, at very reasonable prices. Persons
famishing houses would do well to-write for oar
new circular, or when in Pittsburgh we respectful
ly solicit a visit to 6Ur warerooms. Don't forget
the place, :
4«, 48, & 50, SEVENTH AV., PITTSBURGH, PA.,
We challenge tbe world in prices for tbe same
quality of material and. workmanship of onr goods.
CUT THIS OUT.
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Q W. TAYLOR,
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE
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SEAL ESTATE AGENT,
BEAVER FALLS, PA.
Agreements, ArtidesJLeaaea and all Instrument*
of Writing promptly attended to.
Beal Estate bought and soidon reasonable Coa
wterton, DyyWktr
JQ WELLING HOUSES,
TENEMENTS,
IMPROVED AND VNIHPBOVE
REAL ESTATE,
HI AND RSAB THBT
BOROUGH OF ROCHESTER,
FOR SALE AND RENT, BY
S. J. CROSS.
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J. PETTITT,
SMITH’S FERRY, BEAVER CO., PA.,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
NOTARY PUBLIC
AND
SPECIAL COMMISSIONER
FOR SALE OP LANDS IN EAST VIRGINIA.
aprl9’72-ly
JOHN PECK,
ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORKER
AND
HAIR DRESSER,
NO. 53 MARKET STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Ladies waited on promptly at their residences by
experienced workwomen. - [febS’Tl-ly
Q W. MASSEY,
CLOTHING
CLEANED, DYED AND REPAIRED
AT SBOBT NOTICE.
NO. 74 GRANT STREET,
feblOTl-ly PITTSBURGH; PA.
P M. ELLIS,
* architect and designer.
OFFICE! SAMMY’S BLOCJ
BEAVER FALLS, BEAVER CO., PA.
Plus sad Speciflcallonsjfol psblic bnlldlngs and
private residence. Eetlmates of the cost of pnUd
fagyand all boainees connected wjtharcbitectnre,
attended to promptly and satisfactorily.'
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JT CONCERNS ALL!
LADIES’ ANY) GENTLEIOtN*^
HAIR DRESSING ROOMS,
And Matmfactnrer of - 1
Bair Work ef Beery Description!
Children's Ralr Cut Neatly.
felMy ;47 Fonrth Ave., PITTSBURGH.
HOT3EL,
COBNSRMABKBT <ft THIBD STREETS,
HARRISBIJRG.PA.
/ | G. W. HUNTER,
dedVoS Proprietor
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JOHN CONWAY £ CO.,
B AKKE RSr R R OKEJIS
ROCHI!STER,PA.
Dxauou a Exoiu»« (Coixßpip* Kxchakoi
.Account! of Mumbetoren, Vetcftanlatcndilndl*
< Tlduis Solicited, ‘
INTfiRSBII|ALLOWEDiONttTIMEDEPOBITS
receive prompt itUmtUm.
Bocherter, Aag. tst,iBW—sug»-6m.
JJEAYER DEPOSIT BANK
J!
r SBSM AIiIISON, - - - - • Casbixb.
r COLLECTIONS PKOMPTLY MADS AND BE
MUTED.
■: COHBBSPONDENCB AND [ACCOUNTS S
BICITSD, ' !
INTEREST PAID ON t TIME DEPOSITS.
EXCHANGE, SECUIk. s ,
AND SOLD.
Office hoars from a.m. to 4p. m.
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BENTEL & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS
FREEDOM, PA.,
Are now prepared to do a general Banking and
Broker business. Notes discounted, Government
bonds and other securities bought and sold, and
collections made on ail .accessible points In tbe
united States.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
ALLEGHENY
NA TIONAL BANK,
NO. 88 FIFTH AVENUE,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
J. W. COOK, President.
B. W. MACKEY, Ooshit?
W. McCANDLjBSS. Asst. Oathier, fdelft’ 8
THANKING HOUSE
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R. E. & H. HO OPES,
NEW BRIGHTON, PA.
Correspondence of Bank/, Bankers and Met
sss.“!“ d -
JAMBS T. BRADY & CO, \
(Successors to 8. Jones & C 0.,) \
Con. FOURTH AVEBTDB & WOOD STREET
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BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS OP
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS
ATISSOT^^ NQOVEBra,KNTBONI >»
orlro^?feTAd 0 Gom“““ “ d s * le
: BRADY*CO. .
6. B.IUBXn> F. A. BABKBB. C. A. n^nxrtnt
Q. S. BARKER & CO.,
Ksw Bbishton, Psss'4-,
Q. 8. BARKER &CO.,
Bsavxb Falls, Pxnn’a.,
BANKERS
DSALEBS tH
EXCHANQE,COIN, COUPONS, Ac.
Collections nude on an accessible points in the
United States and Canada. 1
/Accounts of Merchants, Manufacturers and Indl
vlduals solicited.
Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
wiUreeelTe prompt attention.
JJOCHEBTER SAVINGS BANK.
JOHN V. H’PONALP, W. J. SWtTBBBB,
gbo. c. Brnnra, a. a. spbykkke, Cashier
SPEYERER & McDonald,
Dealers in exchange, Coin, Government Se&tri
tie»,nake collections on alltacceasible points in the
United States and Canada, receive money on depos
it subject to check, and receive time deposits ol
one dollar and upward, and allow interest at 6 per
C£&t*
flt ßfckwßand Bales famished free by applying at
Bank open daily from 7 a. m., till4j».m.,and on
Saturday evenings from 6to 8 o'clock;
BBXEB, BY 7£B>ISBION, TO
L HO&tman A Co, Hon J 8 Satan,
Algeo, Scott A Co, Orr A Cooper,
S J Cross A Co, Wm Kennedy,
Snieder AWacks, John t harp.
B 8 Banger, RB Edgar/
AC Hurst, Tradesmen’s National
8 . on Bank, Pittsburgh. Pa.
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JgTNA
Insurance C 6.
HARTFORD, CONN.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - 13,000,000
CASHASSETS, - $5,549,504.07.
TOTAL LIABILITIES, - • . $356,068.89
NET ASSETS, - $5,293,436.08.
CHARTERED IN 1819.
“BT THEIR FRUITS TB ENOW THEM
losses paid in 51 years,
5836,058,647.18
Look to wealth and worth for indemnity. Loo
to quality as- the paramount consideration oflnau
ranee; for too frequently the cheapestlrate is only
the index of the poorest Insurance. The stability*
wealtMiberality, and straightforward character of
the Aetna, and jlta promptnesa in the payment (t
losses during the past Slyears, claim tneappreda
tlon Of all business men.
Applications received and Policies wrltteo at ft
ratesand liberal terms, by* .
PHAS E. HURST, Agent,
ROCHESTER, PA
ENT EBP BIS E SALOON AND
■ RESTAURANT.
OPEN DAY AND NIQHT.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
No. 19 SIXTH ST., (late -St. Clair.)
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feblO’Tl-ly -r NBAL McCALLION
Q. MAHHI,
P BARE SAtOON,
17 SIXTH BTBBXT, PITTSBURGH,
CHOICE LIQCOBS THEDAS. 70-iboi
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