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I can see that dayJ White cumuli were
heaped over the wpod tops, bat the mid
jle day was blue bud clear. -Though I
ffgs dozing on a saloon step, this day of
beauty got even through my wavering
,j_jj t perhaps I sat there an hour, per*
baps an age, in which the b Finks I got
ffere the recurring days.
It suddenly occurred to me that such a
!oDg continuance of fine weather ought to
enjoyed, more actively. ; But the
world whirls, as everybody knows. I
mumbled a number of jokes on nature as
I staggered abroad. After a tiresome
. ourDey , I came upon an alley and a
croup of boys travelling through a game
of marbles on their knees like penitents
etumpiog through Jerusalem. And in
. ie ir midst was Billy. Billy! was a noble
poking boy. I paused and tried to get
, nto position to look at him. I felt a
maudlin pridedn Billy. He had Flora’s
t oe'eyes (Blessed Floral She was gone
#iere she couldn’t be cursed anjL more,
plo r little broken hearted thing!)
A? Billy photographed himself in my
PT es h>s bright hair blowing, his lus|y
sneers gauging, a pit.for his marble, thei
contrast between what he and I were
bore to be, and what we were, struck me
;ise a bullet.
I bad tried to reform. O yes. And
e? ery failure was a link in my chain. I
was utterly given over to the snakes and
Now here was Bill walking in my va
grant steps —a vicious Arab in beautiful
■ Say, Bill,” begged one of the tribe,
casting a covetous eye on his industrious
ws, “let me chaw your wax awhile.”
Bill, with graceful generosity and con
tempt of gain, tossed it over, saying :
“There, you can take it and keep it; I
don’t want it no more.”
While I stood in drunken doler against
the fence, the group whirled up suddenly
into a maelstrom ; the centre to which
they were all sucked was a steadfast rock
with churning fists and a yellow top.
Bill!” I shouted in fury, “come
you young scoundrel!”
Hearing my voice over the broil, he
d&;hed through the boys and came, cry
■dc. bloody and ruffled.
Wbat are you fighting about?” I ask
ed, standing in a tremulous judgment
I can’t tellypu, father,” he answered
bravely : What! Even the boy despised
&od dared me ! 1 lifted my band and felt
that I could kill him.
Take that, then, and that, yon little
wretch ! I’ll show you how to be a bully
and turn against your cwn father.”
My muscular band brongbt a frightful
blood gush out of his braised face. I
I thought he should feel that his father was
' a solid man in one respect, if the rest of
my body >vas a mass of moist wretched-,
The bny, the boy. I groan when I re
Oh, don’t father,” he begged, wring-
a fair way for recovery. If you are in
U iatter state, don’t stop In Denver, and.
wili "ive yon my reasons therefor.
Ist, After you rough camp life, you
runt to avoid the hotel and boarding’
2nd , Denver, during the summer, is
kt a vast hospital; the hotels and board
houses are full of sick;you meet them
rUu - - % 9
I took hold' no'
n of ram kept me at bis cracked stub-
little feet. There was no one in the
irld who cared whether I rose or went
■m down but him. He cared. I pul my
erms around the boy and cried against
hsm. No more drunken, glazing repen*
ucce for roe. Every tear was hard as a
;wl with resolution. The good Christ
speared that instant in His love, and
suffering, through the boy, as plain 1
appeared to the dying Sir Laun
•= ’brough the leper. When on earth
was always going about picking up
’c? abominable, and since He has left the
b lie sends for them by messengers
!Li .v can not help knowing.
*Men should respect me in that spark
the boy respected. I would show
aa what a grand overmastering thing
soul which the Godr of glory val-
Don't cry, father,” while he ceased to
ct bloody sunrise on bis face. Better
a sunrise was that little face to V°-
eyes looked bluer and more H** Ven
etian the sky.
Do you love your fath" ■” asked,
ding to him 'ike a rfoman -
Yes, sir ; I’l’' ck anybody that calls
•u name* ’ l be bright, tender Anna
•ntfi • n's face gashing with another
horizontal hail of mud and pebbles
Us while be was speaking. Billy
ire d up like a charger snuffing the ball*
% off. Bat I made him retreat from
efiemy's linesf I
the boy and I were laid at night
a ,Q w tavern, which was onr only
Masked, with my face turaed to
k’m: “Billy, will yon help your
ler io try once more V* Upon which he
up and pumped my arm with alj
v 'gor and familiarity that the streets
sireej I wiil that, you bet!”
0n after he subsided I heard his soft
g°»ug in and out the doors of his
regular cadences. While he slept
parted up to fight his skirmishes
’ °eged my weak brain to work
When 1 look btfck at that wiretcb in
soiled tavern sheets, glaring into the dark
ness with watery : eyes, my legs tremble
under me, though they have gone stoutly
hew many years. It was such a very
straight path up from that place, and I
came so near falling, time after time.
The heit day 1 got work on the ftli*
road. Frohi the gutter I could hot go
directly back to the bar, since drunken*
nessis one of the vices which is not ; tnK
crated In lawyers. It was hard to- shovel
dirt in the hot sun. I sat down half (hint
ing. A good natnred Patrick came slyly
with a bottle and bade ‘'whist at it,”
which I put forth thewill to—like a wild
beast—when Billy swooped down front
a passing freight tad squared himself be
forethat Irisbinini while the very tatters
at hiselbow bristled wltfawratb.
“Look here, now,” threatened he, send
ing the bottle far over the track, “if yon
get my father to drinking again I’ll kick
After 1 had delved awhile, Billy had a
new suit, a set of books, and school privi
leges. Then a situation as copyist was
opened to me. The boy acd I fell into
the habit of striking bands and going to
church on a Sunday. Some of my old
friends began to notice me. Ob, I tell
you. it makes a man’s heart swell like a
green bulb to have an honest hand come
Finally I got into practice. Sometimes
the thirst came on me; and I stormed up
afid down in my office, and twisted little
locks of hair, as if the curse hung to the
roots of that. Once I locked the door
and threw out the key, and was a prisoner
till my associate came.
Passing a saloon one evil time, the
clinking of'glasses end the breath of the
enemy penetrated my senses. That sa
loon door sacked me just half way in,
when I was shocked through my coat
skirts and quite knocked into the street.
“Here, father,” pleaded Billy, charging
me with a second jerk, "come out of this;
we’re going to make men of ourselves,
“Yes, men. Bill,” I subscribed. So I
did not run into the side track, because I
had such a faithful tender.
Coming up socially often does much for
a man morally. Cases multiplied, and I
seemed to grow with my trust. The boy
and I bad smart lodgings up town. He
rose in school. I was proud of him.
I’ve heard bow women Iqve their chil
dren with close, peculiar devotion. 1
think I must have loved him with a
mother’s love. There is another way of
expressing what the boy was to me.
When he came from school and met me
on the street he was often carrying the
satchel ofa smooth haired, dark-eyed girl*
to whom be would exclaim, as be loyally
touched his cap, “That’s my father!’
with such a proud accent that the blood
leaped in mv veips L i ..
Oh, my good fellow, If is a glorious day
for you when your child is proud of
We live all together now—Billy, his
dark sand haired Nora, the little rowdies
-"(i j—i n a bouse with no end of verao
thei and vines. The respectable handle
o< adge is now to my name. Billy’s
dren, who give -the echo to bis former
training, stand in no more awe of
brid ian they do of the venerable Roman
the to my countenance. We tumble
T)l wild colts on the grass. But they
the £ no idea their ancestor ever lay in a
officer bed. |
uressed be enduring love !
I think often I may be in my dotage,
for quiet matron Nora often looks up
from her baby in surprise at my walking
the veranda and maundering in a sort of
ecstacy: “The boy | the boy V
Report of the condition
O P T H E *
Monal Bank- of Beater Comty,
NEW BRIGHTON, PA..
At the close oX business on the 27th of Decemoer
Loans and Discounts ??
Overdrafts •.••••■•; ion nm m
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation ou
U. S. Bonds and Securities on hand 15-WO 00
Due from National Banks...-- ••••■• H"? §5
Due from State Banks Ar? 2?
Banking-House . “
Furniture and fixture
Current expenses f*
RtUfi of iSSer National Banks 6,209 00
Prsrt'onal Currency, (including nickels) 79 89
Ipfcie— Coin 5,2!!0 80
t/egal Tender Notes . 18,120 00
Profit and Loss....
National Bank circulation 106.384 (JO
Dividends unpaid, • ' 1,081 84
IndividnatDepodts 88,930 83
Due to National Banks 8.615 76
Due to Stateßanks and Bankers 8,429 89
State qf Fmneylvanid , 1 . I.Edward HoopsjHwAler
Beaver County, f -of the National Bank of
Beaver County, do solemnly affirm that the above
statement is true to the beet of my knowledge and
belief. EDWARD HOOPS, Cashier.
Subscribed before me this 6th day of January,
18TO. Mn.ro* Towhsknd, N. P
BENJ. WILDE, 1 .
B.S.UOOPEB, \ Directors.
janl7 B. B. EDOAIL J
ESTATE OP JAMES PORTER. DECEASED.
Letters testamentary on the estate of James
Porter, late bf Bridgewater boro., Beaver county.
Pa., having been granted to the undersigned, all
parties knowing themselves indebted to said es
tate are reouested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against tbe same will pre
sent them properly authenticated for settlement.
J, C. WILSON, Ex’r,
janB4-6t Brighton township. ,
CORNER NINTH A CHESTNUT STREETS
H. W. KANAGA,
$380,546 T 9
'V - -
B. CO CHRA N- & 00l
181 LIBERTY 8 TRBET, CORNER FIFTH, j '
: > PITTSBURGH,;PAi ;•
f and dealers In '
IRON AND WOOD ; WORKING
Have in store a (till stock of
DEANE S.TEAM PUMPS,
SASH AND DOOR MACHINERY,
- &c., &c., &c.
REPAIRING OP ALL KINDS PROMPTLY
/ ATTENDED TO.
FOB SIXTY DAYS ONLY.
MRjj M. SCHIFF,
OP NEW BRIGHTON,
Is determined to close oat bis entire stock of
REGARDLESS OP COST,
In as abort a time as possible, as be intends to de
vote all bis attention in tbe future to tbe
WOOLEN AND COTTON HOSIERY.
THOSE WHO WANT
=- bar GATES' ~
INVITED TO CALL AT ONCE,
And they will have a chance to make their selec-
tion oat of a
WELL SELECTED STOCK.
H. FRANCISCUS & CO.,
We have opened for the FALL TRADE, the
largest and best assorted Stock of
Table, Stair and Floor Oil Cloths, Window
Shades and Paper, Carpet Chain , Cotton,
Tam, Batting, Wadding, Twines ,
Wicks, Clocks, Looking Classes,
Fancy Baskets, Brooms, Bas
kets, Buckets, Brushes,
Clothes Wringers, Wood
en and Widow Ware
in the United
Oar large increase in business enables ns to sell
at low prices and famish the best quality of goods.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
CELEBRATED AMERICAN WASHER
The Most Perfect and Successful Washer
Agents wanted for the AMERICAN WASHER
in all parts of the State.
U.W. SEELY. JAMES OSBURN
gEELY & OSBURN,
Successors to H. W. Seely,
BRID G E STREET
QUEENSWARE and NOTIONS,
Cash paid for Farmers’
Will purchase and forward any article.
MANUFACTURED OR SOLD
' In this city, at the lowest prices.
Parties in the country wishing to purchase .Pi
an os, Organs, Sewing Machines, Guns, Revolvers*
Nursery; Stock. Jewelry, Furniture, Millinery,
Hardware,' Drugs, -Notions, Rooks, Stationery,
Saddlery. CarpeUngs, Dry Goode. Ac., Ac., will do
well to tend to us. All goods will be chosen with,
a view to economy, as well as taste and fitness,
and boxes or packages, forwarded by Exprerato
any part of the country. All orders promptly at
tended to and satisfaction guaranteed. Address
PITTSBURGH SUPPLY CO
septiS-Sm PITTSBURGH, PA.
Ready for Christmas.
: .. . > ,
•We have received an elegant stock of
WATCHES, CHAINS. CHAIN AND SAND
BRACELETS. DIAMOND PINS. EAR RINGS,
STUDS and RINGS, CORAL. STONE CAMEO,
AMATUYBT. TOPAZ, ONYX and GOLD SETS
OP JEWELRY. PINE NECKLACES and LOCK*
BTS. SLEEVE BUTTONS. STUDS COLLAR
BUTTONS. GENTS’ PINS, GOLD AND SILVER
HEAD CANES. SOLID SILVER and SILVER,
PLATED WARE.-VASES. TOILET SETS. PA*'
RIAN MARBLE AND FANCY GOODS. All suit
able for Holiday Presents, and will be sold low at
WATTLES & SUEAFER’S,
decWm. 101 Fifth Av., Pittsburgh, Pa.
IHSOIAUCE aMOEMiL iOfflCTf
(HftAftTHXDtPOT,). _ ; v>
t - J 'f ‘ -k-.
' . rfOCHBSTBK. «*A,
Fire Ufe aid Acciteiit lihiraace;
NOTARY I»UBUC, doshbtANCßft,
-...and l '
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
ANCHORAND national lines op ocean
STEAMERS—ADAMS AND UNION EX
PRESS COMPANY'S AGENCY.
Fire, Life and Accident Policies written at fair
rate a and liberal terms. Deeds, Mortgages, Agree
ments, &c.,correctly written. Depositions and
Acknowledgments taken. Passengers booked to
and from all parts of England, Ireland, Scotland,
France and Germany. Money and goods forward
ed to all parts of the United States and Canada.
/ETNA INSURANCE CO..
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
CASH: ASSETS,.... ........ $8,000,000
Established in 1810—Wealthiest and most reliable
Company in the World. 1
“By their Finite ye shall know them.'’
Losses Paid to Jan. Ist, 1871.....,.. .128,000,000
OF NEW YORK
CASH ASSETS,.. sl^loo,ooo
ANDES INSURANCE COMPANY,
cach Assets $1,600,000
ON PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CASH ASSETS, over 1600,000
OF LANCASTER ,■ PA;
CASH PAID ASSETS, - (240,000
ALPS INSURANCE COMPANY,
y OF ERIE, PA.
CASH CAPITAL. $250,100
Insures against damage by lightning as well as life.
HOME LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NE W, TORE.
CASH ASSETS .ii....' $8,500,00(1
TRAVELERS LIFE AND ACCIDENT
OF HARTFORD, OOFS.
CASH A55ET5,............... $1,500,000
Paid losses, since, its > rganization, of over $7OO
a day, for deatb and injury. ,
Representing the above first class Companies,
acknowledged to be amongst tbe best in the world,
and representing a gross Cash. Capital of over Six
teen Millions ft! Dollars, lam able to take Insur
ance in departments, and Policies Issued without
delay. Losses liberally adjusted and promptly
paid,. Insure to-day, ;By one days' neglect or delay
you map bfoss the tailings vf years. Delays are
dangerone. Hfe uncertain. Insure to-day.
One to-day i Sttforfh two to-morrows. Quality also
Is of tbe utmost importance. The low priced,
worthless aOtele always proves the dearest.
worth and wealth
for Indemnity. . Tfu Best is the Cheapest. “As yon
bow that yon shall you reap.”
Grateful for the very liberal patronage already
bestowed, I flattter myself, by strict attention to a
legitimate business, not only to merit' a continu
ance ol tho same, but hope, by the facilities and
inducements 1 am now enabled to offer, for a large
increase daring the present year.
Mb. S. A. CRAIG is -duly authorized o take
applications in adjoining, boroughs and townships.
CHARLES B. HURST,
Insurance and General Agent,
jelG’7l Near the Depot, Rochester, Penn’s.
INSURANCE COMPANY !
HON. THOS. E. FRANKLIN, Pres.
' B. P. SHENK, Treasurer.
EDWARD BROWN, Secretary.
THOS. E. FRANKLIN,
JOHN L. ATLEK; Physician;
JACOB BAUSMAN.Pres’t Farmers Nat. Bank;
HENRY CARPENTER, Physician;
JACOB M. FRANTZ. Farmer;
JNO.C. HAGER, of Hager & Bro. Merchants:
GEO. K. REED, of Reed, H'Gran A Co., Bankers;
■A. B. ROBERTS, ex-Memher of Congress;
F. SHRODER, of Shroier & Co*, Cotton Man.;
B. F. SHENK, of Sbenk, Bansman & Co.;
MILLS AND FACTORIES,
And all other FIRE RISKS taken at as low rates as
any first class Company can afford.
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAID.
Term Policies issued on Dwellings, farm proper
ty, Ac., at
And Policies liberal in other terms. Apply to
CHAS. B. HURST, Agent,
F. RATCHPORD STARR, President
THOS. H. MONTGOMERY, V. Pres.
; ALEX. W. FILTER, Sec’y. X
JACOB PETERSON, Asst. Sec'y.
GASH A SSETS, $200,000
ASSETS Feb. lnt) *7O, $530,393 14
FIRS INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY,
Perpetual and term Policies a ety liberal rate*
Sfcdtenne. Apply to
CHAS, B. HURST, Agent,
MARBLEI2ED 1 MANTLE WORKS!
JAM E S OL D,
193 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.*
AUo, RANGES. GRATES. dRc.. and particular
attention paid to FURNACES, Public and Private
Buildings. , novl-3m
u i i
: i- !
■ - 1.
' STANCE AGENT
h; it .c Al
!• ;i -
tST*B£ND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
QOvS3-8m ~. : ■
jy OCHEBTER PLANING, SASH AND
A . DOOR IOLLS
MONROE MILLER. * * W. DOLBY.
CONTRACTORS ANTD BUILDERS,
ROCHESTER, BEAVER COUNTY, PA.
JpALL AND WINTER |
ant Wntrar wear, wbi?b be offers at vezya&oder*
GENTLEMENS’ FIHKNISHING GOODS
CONSTANTLY ON BAND.
Clothing made to order on tbe shortest possible
notice*-. / r .i
Thankfnl totbe public for past fsvors, I hone to
dose attention to business to merit a continuance
8 -* „ DANIEL MILLER.
dec4’6B:ly BmppESt.. Bbh>oxwatkb,Fa.
ESTABLISHED IN 1888.
The Largest and Best
STOCK OF FURNITURE
West of the Mountains,
Of our own manufacture, will bo found at tbe
Mammoth Furniture Establishment of
C . G . HAM MER & SONS.
Tbenewestjand most approved. style* of Fine
and Medium Furniture, in larger variety than any
other house, at very reasonableprlces. Persons
furnishing bonsea wonjU do well to write for our
new circulars or whenffl Pittsburgh wrrospectfnl
•7 solicit a visit to onr warerooms. Don’t forget
tbe place, ■ > "r *
46,48, * 50, SEVENTH AY;, PITTSBURGH, PA.,
challenge the world In prices for, tbe
quality of material and workmanship of onr goods.
C U T T HIS OUT.
Q W. TAYLOR,
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE
. AND /, ■ .
REAL ESTATE AOENT^
Agreements, Art teles. Leases and all Instruments
of Writing promptly attended to.
Beal Estate bought and sold on reasonable Cob
jQ WELLING HOUSES,
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVS
nf AND NBAS TBB
BOROUGH OF ROCHESTER
FOR SALE AND RENT, BY
S. J. CROSS.
SMITH’S FERRY, BEAVER CO., PA.,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
FOR SALE OF LANDS IN EAST VIRGINIA.
ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORKER
NO. 53 MARKETSTREET,
Ladies waited on promptly at their residences by
experienced workwomen. ffebB’7l-ly
C L ©THING,
CLEANED, DYED AND REPAIRED
AT SHORT NOTICE.
NO. 74 GRANT STREET,
feb!o’7l-ly PITTSBURGH, PA.
P M. ELLIS,
ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER.
OFFICE: RAMSEY’S BLOCK
BEAVER FALLS, BEAVER CO., PA.
Plans and BpeclflcatlonalJfitf public buildings and
private residence. Estimates of the cost of Build
ing, andallbaslnessconnected with architecture,
attended to promptly and satisfactorily.
JT CONCERNS ALL!
LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN’S
HA IR DRESS IN G RO OM S,
And Manufacturer of i
Hair Work of Every Description /
Children’s Hair Cut Neatly.
felO-ly 47 Fourth Ave., PITTSBURGH.
CORNER MARKET & THIRDSTREETB,
G. W. HUNTER,
j f *'
jOHN COSWAy & CO.,
B ANKERS & BROKERS
DXAIZBS IK ESCHASfIt
:.<,yv r : r t'-p
Accmiit* oMfannfactnrers, Merc hantsland find !•
.X : vidua* Solicited.
INTEREST* ALLO WEDI OKiiTIIIS Di POSITS -
Corns Bpoiflence.wlil receive prompt attention.'
Rochester, Ang.lst, 1872—ang«-6m.
gfiAVBR DEPO BIT BANK
OF SEA VER, FA.
EBEN ALLISON, - - • • Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE AND BE
CORRESPONDENCE AND .ACCOUNT® S
INTEREST PAID ON. TIME DEPOSITS. *
EXCHANGE, SECURITIES &c., BOUGHT
Office hoars from a. m. to 4r. m.
p BENTEL & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS
FREEDOM, PA., .
Are prepared to do a general Banking and
Broker business. Notes dl6counted, c Government
bonds md other securities bought .and sold, and
United States^^ 6 ° D acce B»lole points in the
Interest allowed ontime deposits.
C-B ' BE cSr.
NO. 33 FIFTH AVENUE,
W. COOK, President.
B. W. MACKEY, Cashier
W. McCANDLESS. Asst. Cashier. fdels’ 8
R. E. &H. HOOPES, f
NEW BRIGHTON, PA.
-V» e P?. n^ e ? ce ° f Banks, Bankers and Her
roUdted. Collections promptly mad" an d
remltted - DyM^ftiy.
J AMES T. BRADY & CO.,
(Successors nto S. Jones & C 0.,)
Cob. POUKTH AVENUE it WOOD STREET
B A JTKEBS,
BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS OP
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS
ATmlm^ A Se8 N WVEfiKMEOT BONDS
JAS. T. BRADY*CO.
Q. 8. BARKER. P. A. BARKER. O. A. BARKER
Q m S. BARKER'* CO;,
New Bbishtoh, Pksk’a*,
G. 8. BARKER & CO.,
Beater Falls, Penk'a.,
EXCHANGE, COIN, COUPONS, Ac.
ma(^e on *ll accessible poicts in the
United States and Canada.
Accounts of Merchants, Manufacturers and Indi
vidaals solicited. ,
Interest allowed on Time Deposits. i|
deSW/ 61106 wUlrecelv ® prompt attention.
JJOCHESTER SAYINGS BANK.
JOHN V. X'DONAU),
SPEYERER & McDonald,
Dealers in exchange, Coin, Government Secnrl*
ties,make collections on ail'accessible points In the
united States and Canada, receive money!on depos*
it subject to check, and receive time deposits of
one dollar and upward, and allow interest at 6 per
cent. | r
Bv-laws and Rales furnished free by applying at
at the bank. ; J *
Bank open daily from 7 a. m., t'ill4 p.m., and on
Saturday evenings from 6 to f) o'clock.
BEPER, BY PERMISSION, TO
L H Oat man & Co, ;Hon J S Eaton,
Algeo, Scott A Co, ! Orr A Cooper.
8 J Cross A Co, j Wm Kennedy,!
Snieder A tracks. I John r harp. I
B 8 Ranger, RB Edgar,
jT-Mesmen’s Nat lona t
S B Wilson, I bank, Pittsburgh. Pa. 1
HARTFORD, CONN. I
PAID UP CAPITAL,' - $3,000,000
CASH ASSETS, - $5,549,5N.97.
TOTAL LIABILITIES, - • - $256,068.89
NET ASSETS, -
CHARTERED IN 1819 J
“BY THEIR FRUITS YE KNOW; THEM
> tosses paid br 61 years,
Look to wealth and worth for indemnity. Loo ,
to quality as the paramount consideration of Insit
xance, for too: frequently the chastest rate is only
the index of the poorest Insurance. The stability*
wealth, liberality, and straightforward character of
the AJtna, and its promptness in the payment of
loose adoring .the past 51 yews, claim the apprecia
tion of all business men. I
AppUestkma recelved and Policies written at fit"
rates ami bberalterms, by,
CHAS.B. HURST, Agent,
ROCHESTER, PA ,
Enterprise saloon and
yPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ’
MEALS AT ALL HOURB.
No. 19 SIXTH ST., (late St. Clair,)
feMO’Tl-ly NEAL McCAI.LION
PE A R L S A L O O N,
1T 81S.TH STREET, PITTSBURGH. .
CHOICE LIQUORS *'UEBAP. ■n.’.co/
w. J, SPETEREB;
h. j. spetebeO, Cashier