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For the, Beaver Radical.
THE SONG OF THE PICK.
Powb in the deep* dark, misty mine
A course of endless toil is mine , J
Tie pick, pick, pick, and pound away, ..
Hour after hour, day after day:
difference how the hands may smart, r
Or how the shoulders ache,
There I must pick and pound away
For filthy lucres’sake.
Above my head the tall trees grow,
my head bright waters, flow.
Above my head the wild bird sings
Or beats the air with gaudy wings:.
Ho dificrence how the birds may sing.
The slumbering world to wake,
y el I must pick and pound away
For filthy lucres’ sake. .
The treach'rons slate like alaba of lead
May fall on my devotodHead,
The gu6B may fire and through my room
May roll a fearful red simoon: 1
Ho difference if the gasa should burn.
Or fickle slate should break,
still I must pick and pound away
"or filthy lucres’ sake.
A wife may wcepiu solitude.
And hungry children cry for food,
A miner on his bier may lay
Vfnose fond life has been snatched away;
Ho difference miners maybe slain,
aud loved ones hearts may break,
s; ,n I must pick and pound away.
-\,r filthy lucres’ sake.
Ktamaiic paine may rack the frame,
Ct.th legs and arms grow halt and lame,
Tbe sides may ache, the life of man
Be dwindled down to half a span:
No difference though man’s life grows short
From many a pain arid ache,
Sii'.l I must pick and pound away
For tillhy lucres’ sake. >
Though all my work he wrought in pain,
Some other-hand will reap the gain.
Some other one, as gospel true
Grows wealthy on the work Ido:
Wo difference who the gain secures.
Or who the crumbs do take.
SOU I must pick and pound away
For filthy lucres’ sake.
Industry, Feb. 10th.1813.
A CARRIAGE FORBIDDEN
'-A Father Pursuing lII* Daughter and
her Abductors, and Repeatedly Firing
upon Them, but Beaten by Fast Hors
es and Forced to 91ake tbe Best of It,
[From the New York Sun.]
a week ago Robert "Wilson of
White plains met Miss Kate Lowery of
•v.uisco on the train from New York.
They chatted until the train reached
White Plains. Here Robert proposed to
' :lrive ber home in a sleigh. Miss Kale
--rsented, and before they reached her
iHiker's house she had promised to marry
Wiisnn. "The church clock of Kenlsco,
f .here had been one, Would have tolled
iwo in the morning before Wilson’s sleigh
rew up before old John Lowery’s gate.
There was an ominous light in the
h and as Kate approached, the door
f-w open, and ber father, with a piece of
-r'X rope in his hand, and asked bis
who her companion was, and
why she had stayed out Until the chickens.
f>£d crowed. Wilson t«dd the old man to
go ;o bed, saying that bis daughter’s com
panion was her future husband. Mr.
Lowery forbade the nuptials instanter,
and bustled Miss Kate into the house. -
On Friday iasl Wilson, Samjlirpenler,
better known as '‘Swearing Sam”) and
Jae. Johnson drove to Kenisco to assist
Wilson in abducting the girl. About
♦••ght o’clock at night, the men having se
ared the assistance of Mrs. King (Kate’s
s.pter) and Miss Catherine Sweeny, drove
up to the Lowery mansion and sent a po
l;ie invitation for Kate to join them in a
sMph ride. The venerable Mr. Lowery,
suspecting no conspiracy, raised no objec
tion and Kate went. Carpenter, who
wr.s driver, turned his horses toward Tai
rytown. It was the programme to go
there and get a minister to marry Wilson
and Miss Lowery..
After the party had traveled about four
mdes,. and while they were driving along
ut leisure, they were startled by the re
port of a gun, instantly followed by a
shower of buckshot, a quantity of which
tbe sleigh and frightened its in
Stop, nr I’ll shoot again!” was heard
Wirpenter, the driver! leaped nut and
- rt.bed an apple tree, and the rest of the
awaited event?. The girl’s father
up beside the sleigh with a
barrelled shot gun
shoulder, and ordered
party to turn and drive hack to Kenisco.
Spying Ctrpenler up the apple tree,
Lowery leveled hi&gun and ordered him
• Don’t shoot, Mr. Lowery screamed
Carpenter, “and I’ll come down.”
"That marriage shall not take place,”
8' k ;o Mr. Lowery; "so just drive back ”
Carpenter look the reins. Johnson j
seized the whip, and giving the horses a j
sharp cut, they dashed off toward Tarry* ;
’own, leaving the angry father in the]
road. He gazed an instant at the re j
'•reating sleigh, then railing his gnn he
blazed away with the other barrel, and
started bis horse-on a ran after 'tjie fugi
tives. The father loaded and fired five or
times, bat each second the distance
hetween him and the sleigh was lengthen
ed- Carpenter turned into the Sing Sing
road, throwing Miss Lowery’s father off
the trail, and after traveling a mile or two
took a short cat* for Tarrytown. The
father went to Sing Sing, bat did not
find his daughter. The elopement party
arrived in Tarrytown about 1 a. m., and
pot up at the Briggs House. Search was
utade for a clergyman, but none could be
fannd. The party stayed in Tarrytown
ini day Friday, and drove to Kenisco at
c pht, stopping at Mrs. Sweeney’s.
On Saturday at dark Wilson, Johnson,
Carpenter, Miss Sweeney and Mrs. King,
hf bind, because—having seen her father,
she bad changed her mind about the mar*
!lt S- Learning that her sister had start*
; ed for White Plains bent on marriage,
Mrs. King and her brother Dan took the
night express train, and arrived in White
Plain? just as the sleighing party drove
up to the Orawampum Hotel. ■
. Here the sisters met, and a war of words
followed. Mrs. King said that her father
was on the way with two guns and three
; pistols; swearing that be would shoot the
whole party. At this Kale and Wilson
broke away, entered a sleigh,; and were
rapidly driven to the residence of. the
Rev. Mr. Yan Kieeck, where the knot was
tied last as the,: infuriated, brother and
sister drove np tp ibe door* Seeing that
they were too late they made the .hast of
it, and the partywentto a restaurant for
the bridal feast, after which the bride and
groom drove tp-Yarrytowh,:=
Some time on Saturday night the. ven
erable Mr. Lowery arrived in White
Plains with bis artljery; hut learning that
the couple bad married in spite of him, he
countermarched it good order,.muttering
that he would shoot.; somebody. But the
good old man tailed to keep his word this
THE COHING WOMAN.
An Evening Party In the City of
Chnrches—Rich Silks, Fine laces,
and Brilliant Diamonds—A $7OOO
Outfit on a HIIm of Seven Yearn—
Young America Alive. .
A party was gived one evening last
week by the parents of a young miss of 11
years, at their sumptuous residence in
Brooklyn, tbe guests being exclusively
the companions, male and female, of the
daughter referred to. The party' was a
full dress affair, the hours appointed being
from 8P.M.t02 A. M. From 150 to 175
guests were present, who were received
by their young hostess with as much ease
and self-possession as a matron could
The dresses consisted of whUe, pink,
yellow, lavender, and ceil blue silk, elab
orately trimmed and decked with spangles.
The hair was dressed in the latest style—
frizzed, puffed, powdered, and adorned
with flowers. Four-buttoned white kid
gloves were generally worn, while french
kid boots, matching the dresses in color,
encased the feet. Only one thing was
in the miniature representation of an
ado It party, viz, enamelled faces. Pow
der, however, was freely used, but s«> ar
tistically as to almost defy detection.
One little girl, if she could be recognized
as such, particularly engaged attention.
She could not have been more than nine
years of age, and in addition to tbe pow
dered and dazzling costumes she sported
with true appreciation a pair of diamond
eanings, a gold chain-and watch studded
with diamonds. Upon each arm was a
bracelet of elaborate workmanship, which
she held up for display, exclaiming as she
did so, ’’there’s no sham about
they’r the real stuff, for mother said so.”
Another child of seven summers was
I arrayed in a rose colored silk, |7 per yard,
Urimmed with three point applique flounc-
ee; a galaxy of diamonds and other expen
sive jewelry; a gold belt, the buckle of
which was literally covered with diamonds;
a band of gold encircled the head, and
from a pendent there from, spark led a soli
taire of great value. Her mother was
heard to exclaim exullingly that the price
of her child’s outfit for that evening was
$7OOO. A jealous mother overhearing the
remark, declared, “Upon the next occasion
my daughter sha 11 be dressed in tea-rose
silk, which is by all means less common
than pink. As for jewelry, she shall sur
pass Miss Nellie or I'm much mistaken.”
The young gentlemen, whose ages rang
ed from 9 to 14 years, were generally at
tired in black dress coats, light pants, and
lavender neckties. Their ambition was
exhibited by conspicuous gold watch
chains and seal ornaments. Rings of. ev
ery description and quality were worn,
consisting of diamonds, onyx, seal, ame
thyst, topaz, emeralds, &c. The hair of
the elder swains was parted in the middle
and worn in long, floating locks.
Music and dancing, interspersed with
flirtations, occupied the evening. At 12
the juvenile assembly were summoned to
supper, which was perfect in its , appoint
ments, and served by colored waiters im
ported for the occasion. The adieus were
spoken with sufficient grace and ceremony
to satisfy the most ardent devotee of
modern etiquette. As the reporter left
the festive scene, the wonder why there
was such a large number of vain and fool
ish women in the community Jiad jvan
isbed.—N. U. Sun. f
When Sidney Smith had gravely listen
ed to the details of a mad dog’s course
through the streets df ; London—how he
frightened a bishop,and was at length dis
patched with difficulty—the clerical wit
remarked that he “should,like to hear the
dog’s side of the story.”
A western woman whipped a man
who slandered her husband, and was ar
rested and fined for it; and her husband,
the ungrateful brute, refused to pay the
JpOR SALE. v
The undersigned offers for sale & two horse was-"
on, a good double set of harness, one iron cultiva
tor, one cutting box, all in
febl4-3m Market street, Bridgewater.
In the Court of Common Pleas pT Beaver coun
ty. No. 257, March Term. 1873. .
■in. the matter of petition of New Brighton Gas-
Company for Incorporation.
January 24,1873. petition presented in open
court, whereupon the court order the same to ho
med and that notice be inserted in the Beaver
County Press and Beaver itaheat givins nonce
ol this application and that the petitioners will he
declared a corporation in accordance with the
prayer of said petition, at the next term of court if
no sufficient reason be shown to the contrary in the
moflutlinfi / ■ By tli6 Court*
“Si JOHN CAUOEEY, Prolh y.
lyj’ B ; C6CHB & N & CO .
121 ÜBERTt STREET, CORNER FIFTH,
X *• ■ ■ ■
IRON AND WOOD WORKING
DEANE STEAM PUMPS.
SASH AND DOOR MACHINERY,
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY
JQ R Y GO6 D S
MR. M . SOHIFF,
Is determined to close out his entire stock of
in as short a time as possible, as he intends to de* a
vote all bis attention in the future to the
fDOLES AND COTTON HOSIERY. I
INVITED TO CALL AT ONCE,
And they will have a chance to make their selec
tion oat of a
WELL SELECTED STOCK
5 1 3 MA R K ET ST BEET,
We have opened for the FALL TRADE, the
largest and beet assorted Stock of
Table, Stair and Floor Oil Cloths, Window
Shades and Paper, Carpet Chain, Cotton,
Yam, Batting, Wadding, Twines,
Wicks, Clocks, Looking Glasses,
Fancy Baskets, Brooms, Bas
kets, Buckets, Brushes,
Clothes Wringers, Wood
en and Willow Ware
in the United
Oar large increase in business enables ns to sell
at low prices and famish the best quality of goods.
CELEBRATED AMERICAN WASHER
The Mod Perfect and Successful Washer
Ever Made. '
Agents wanted for the AMERICAN WASHER
in all parts of the State.
Y & OSBURN,
Successors to H. W. Seely,
QUEENSWARE and NOTIONS,
Cash paid for Farmers’ Marketing.
Will purchase and forward any article.
MANUFACTURED OR SOLD
In this city, at the lowest prices. 1
Parties in the country wishing; to purchase Pi.
anos. Organs, Sewing Machines, Guns, Revolvers
Nursery Stock, Jewelry,. Furniture, Millinery’
Hardware, Drugs, Notions, Books, Stationery*
Saddlery. Carpetings, Dry Goods.ACi, Ac., will do
well to send to ns. All goods will be chosen with
a view to economy, as well as taste and fitness,
and boxes or packages forwarded by Express- to
any part of the country. All orders promptly at
tended to and satisfaction guaranteed. Address;
PITTSBURGH SUPPLY CO
w>ptlS-Sm PITi'SbURGH, PA.
JJEADY FOR CHRISTMAS.
We have received an elegant stock of
WATCHES. CHAINS, CHAIN AND BAND
BRACELETS. DIAMOND PINS. BAR RINGS,
STUDS and RINGS, CORAL. STONE; CAVED,
AMATUYST. TOPAZ, ONYX and GOLD SETB
OF JEWELRY. FINE NECKLACES and, LOCK
ETS. 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 St
able for Holiday Presents, and will he gold lo w at
WATTLES & SHEAFKR’S.
101 Fifth Av., Pittsburgh; Pa,:
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- Manafccturers add dealers In
A 3 P ■ ,>J-: . j..
‘" ITave in store a fall stock of , “
&C., &C., &C.
FOR SIXTY DAYS ONLY.
OF NEW BRIGHTON,
REGARDLESS OP COST,
THOSE WHO WANT
BA EGA INS
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
t r 3 --
ISSUBASCE aiS GENEEAL AGEHGT :
(N*ab not Depot,) "
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yJv-iK'-'i Y.W-1 ■ ’At ' ! 'if I r .
4NCHOR AND NATIONAL LINKS.OF OCEAN
FBTBAHERB—ADAMS AND DNBDN fiX-;
f' ; *-'-■* a V-U-* «■ 'w ■ IHJ ;iij )'
Fire,XJfe- and Accident Policies written at fate
tesaßdllberal Mhos. Deeds.MortgagegvAgreer
>ment% Ac., correcaiywrUteii. Depositions and
Aetamwledgmentstaken. ■ Passenger* 1 booked to
*itrma auparts ,of England, IreLujtL Scotland,
, and GerinAny. Money andgOoasforward
-41 parts ortho United-States and Canada.
atna insurance .icbL’i
.;0F BABTFOSp r COFF. .
ASSETS, ........ |C,OOO,OOQ
EsttbUi&ed to’ 1819—Wealthiest and. moat reliable
■ / Company in the World. % 1 t
. <■. “By their Ft nits ye shall know them,*’
jfoetes Bald to Jan. Ist, 1871-.. ........ .123,000,000
OF BMW YORK.
CASH ASSiSTS,;... . $1,600,000
ANOtjS INSURANCE COMPANY,
•7 op curcnnrATT. Y: ■
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ASSETS, over ...i ... f 600,000
/ OPPJLNGASTBR, PA;
cisH PAIDASBKTB,. ...$240,000
rAIPS INSURANCE COMPANY,
of mm, pa.
SASH CAP1TAL.......;...,.. $350,(00
Insures Against damage by lightning as weil as fire.
\HOME LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
\ • OF NEW YORK.
fH A55ET5........... $8,500,000
ftYELERS LIFE AND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE CO., i
\ OP HJiRTFORDr CONJi. i
(AH ASSETS,.; -... $1,500,000
P< I losses, a'nce its > rganlzatlon, of over $7OO
da for death and iqptry.
Ri resenting the above first class Companies,
;ki wledged to be amongst the best in the world,
id presenting agross Cash Capital of over Six*,
n [illions of Dollars, lam able to take Insur
c i departments, and Policies issned without;
\ Losses liberally adjusted and - promptly
lnsure to-day. By one days * neglect t>r delay
ppU ly loose ther. savings of years. . Delays are
dangpna. and life uncertain. Insiire - to-day.
Onet lay i« worth two to-morrows. Quality also
is of ie utmost importance. The low jirlced,-
wort) iss article always proves the dearest.
Jfiert re, took to Quality as the paramount consxd
eratic of Insurance. Look to worth and wealth
foK p mnUy. The Best ie the Cheapest. ‘‘As you
so#t t you shallryou reap.” ‘
Qraful for the very liberal patronage Already
besto sd, 1 flatttcr myself, by strict attention to, a
leriti ate business, not only to merit a continu
ance the same, but hope,' by the facilities and
indm nents 1 am now enabled to offer, for a large
Itide a daring the present year.
lyi S. A. CBAIQ is duly authorized o take
apt!} tions in adjoining boroughs and townships,
iff CHARLES B. HURST,
l . Insurance and Qeneral Aeent,
‘7l “Near the Depot, Rochester, Penn’a.
iSURANCE COMPANY !
; LANCASTER, PA,
f• - -
tON. THOS. E. FRANKLIN, Pres.
| B. P. SHENK, Treasurer, j
| EDWARD BROWN, Secretary.
| DIRECTORS: ::
los. E. FRANKLIN,
KIN L. ATLEE, Physician;
ICOB BAUSMAN, Pres’t Fanners Nat. Bank;
|NRY CARPENTER, Physician; : -i-
IcOBM. FRANTZ, Parmer;
IO.C. HAGER, of Hager & Bro. Merchants;
fjO. K. REED, of Reed, M’Gran & Co., Bankers;
SE. ROBERTS, ex-Member .of Congress;
pBRODER, of Sbroder & Co*, Cotton Man.;
|P. SHENK, of Sbenk, Baoeman A Co.;
i FARM PROPERTY,
I SCHOOL HOUSES,
| MILLS AND FACTORIES,
ABll-other FIRE RISKS taken at as lew rates as
alret class Company can afford. r ''
Ises promptly adjusted and Paid.
Im Policies issued bn Dwellings, farm proper
i < v. LOW RATES,.
/Policies liberal in other terms. Apply to
fCHAS. B. HURST, Agent,
r IE ENTERPRISE
RATCHFORD STARR, President
108. H. MONTGOMERY, Y. Pres.
ALEX. W. WILTRR, Sec’y.
ICOB PETERSON; Ass’t Sec’y.
(5H ASSETS, 9200.000
SETS Feb. Ist; *7O, $530,393 14
FIB 2 INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY.
petnal and tem Policies a ery liberal rates
i sms. Apply to
TTSBURGH i ■
IBLEIZED MANTLE WORKS!
J A ME a OL D,
LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. ..
>, RANGES. ORATES, rfc.. and particular
s ion paid to FURNACES, Public at.dPtJvote
1 828. DOTI-^m
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PIANOS AND ORGANS,
No. 118 Smithpield street,
j ;V WtTSBURQH, PBSN’A.
x'- I:STATU AQKST '■ .
#OR T fet :i E' 0E L E BRAT E D
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’ MONROE MILLKR. - W.' DOLBY
M. MILLER d> CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
BOUGH AND PLANED LUMBER, DBEBBBL
ROCHESTER, BEAVER COUNTY, FA.
PALL AJfD WINTER
fmf °i good \°. tatest etyles. for Paix
6nu WtKfjti wear, which he offers at very moder
ate rates* ■
GENTLEMENS’ FURNISHING GOODS
! ' constantly on hand.
Clothing made to order on the, shortest possible
ThanWW to the pnbUc for past ftvora, I hope bj
close attention to business to merit a continuance
„ DANIEL MILLER,
dcc4 68;ly ; Bridge Bt., Bridoewat*” , Pa.
ESTABLISHED IN 1838.
The Largest and Best
STOCK OF FURNITURE
West of the Mountains,
Of our own manufacture, wlllbe found at the
Mammoth Furniture Establishment of
C. G. HAMMER & SONS.
' 'Tbe new««t and mogt approved styles of Pine
and Medium Furniture, In larger variety than any
other honee, at very reasonable prices. Persons
furnishing houses would do well to write for onr
new circular: or when in Pittsburgh we respectful
ly solicit a visit to out warerooms. Don’t forget
the place, ■ ' 6
46,48, & 50, SEVENTH AV., PITTSBURGH, PA.,
We challenge the world in prices for the same
quality of material and workmanship of our goods.
C U T THI s 0 U T .
0 W. TAYLOR,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
i REAL ESTATE AGENT,
BEAVER PALLS, EA.
•4/» r & ,neilts ’ ArtlclesJLeases and all Instrument*
of Writing promptly attended to.
Real Estate bought and sold on reasonable Con
mission, j • " ByS’TOtly
TEN E M E N T S ,
IM PRO VE D AND UNIMPROVE
] 1H AND NEAR THE
1 ; ' i; ’ ""S -tf
BOROUGH OF. ROCHESTER
FOR SALE AND RENT, BY
r - S. J. CROSS.
SMITH’S FERRY, BEAVER CO., PA.,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
NOTARY P JJBLIC
FOR SALE OP LANDS IN EAST VIRGINIA.
ornamental Hair worker
NO. 5 3 MARKET STREET,
Ladles waited on promptly at their residences by
experienced workwomen. [febB’7l-ly
Q W. MASSEY,
C L O T H IN G
CLEANED, DYED AND REPAIRED
AT SHORT NOTICE.
NO. 74 GRANT STREET,
feblO’Tl-ly • ; PITTSBURGH, PA.
p M. ELLIS,
ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER.
OFFICE: BA MSE Y ’8 BLOCK
BEAVER! FALLS, HEAVER CO., PA.
Plaua and public buildings and
private residence. Estimates of the cost of'build*
mg, and all business connected with architecture,
attended to promptly and Satisfactorily,
JT CONCERNS ALL i
LADIES’ AND ,GENTLEMEN’^
HA IR D RES SIN G R O 0 MS.
And Manufacturer of
Bair Work of Every' Description !
. Children’s Hair Cut Neatly,
feio-ly ! 47 Fourth Ave., PITTSBURGH.
. CORNER MARKET. & THIRD STREEPS,
r HARRISBURG, >A.
V V.* .
G. W. HUNTER, -
JOHN CONWAY & CO.,
B ANKERB; &R O KIR RS
. r~ V.--/ ! : * ■?% . ;*■•«.; ~v
Accounts of Manufacturers, Herchantstand Indl
INTSRESTNALLOWED! OKftTIKE DEPOSITS
CorreapoDdet»c«>fll receive prompt attrition.
Rochester, Aigg. lBTC—augi^6in.
gBA y E p* EF 0 8 BA N K
ABKN ALLISON, * - - - • Cashier.
COLLECTIONSPBOMPTLY MADE AND RE.
CORRESPONDENCE AND ACCOUNTS S
SICITBD; ‘ I
intHrestpaid on.time deposits.
EXCHANGE,' SECUBITIEy. &c., BOUGHT
AND SOLD. , .
Office boors from ». to 4 p. si.
P BEN T E L & C 0.,
BANKERS AN!) BROKERS
FREEDOM, PA., ■
nf o is. o, S pI ? pared i? do a general Banking ana
S? 8 yj BB. Notes discounted, Government
other securities .bought and hold, and
UnS^ 6 011 a,l acceBB^e points in the
Interest allowed on time deposits.
J»a. »6,188. gm. ”’*' S^6k.
NO. 83 FIFTH AVENUE.
. > * t
J. W. COOK, President.
R. W. MACKEY, Cashier
W- McCANDLESS. Asst. Vashier. fdels’ 8
gANKINQ HOUSE ~~
R. E. & H. HOOPES,
NEW BRIGHTON, PA.
-w9°f reB *J?s? e ? ce J >f Banke i Bankers, and Mer
chants solicited. Collections promptly mad** snd
JAMES T. BRADY & CO., .
(Successors to. S. Jones '& Co M )
Cob. FOURTH AVERCB <fc WOOD STREEI
B A 2T K E It S ,
BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS OF,
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS
AT GOVBBNMEHT BONDS
.Ksss':?a fmb ‘* md saie
®* ®ABKEB. ,F. A. BARKKB. C. A. BAHK.EB
Q. 8. BARKER & CO.,
New Brighton, Pbjw’a*.
G. S. BARKER & CO.,
Beater Falls, Pknn'a.,
EXCHANGE, COIN, COUPONS, &c.
ma^e 0n all accessible points In the
United States and Canada.
Accounts of Merchants, Manufacturers and Indl
Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
dec^ ,B, S£t? eilCe WIU recelve P* -0 ™? 1 attention.
J>o CHESTER SAVINGS BANK.
JOHN V. H'DOBALD,
OEO. C. BPETSRER,
SPEYERER & McDonald,
Dealers in exchange, Coin, Government SeCnri
tles.mafee collections on all accessible 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 G per
By-laws and Rules furnished free by applying at
at the bank. :
Bank open dally from 7 a. m., tlll4 p. m., and on
Saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o’clock:
, _ _ REFER, BT FERF IBBION, TO
L H Oatman & Co, HonJSßutau,
Algeo, Scott & Co, Orr & Cooper,
S J Cross & Co, Wm Kennedy,
Snleder & Wacks, JohnMiarp, <
BS Ranger, RB Edgar,
a i,™ ’ T-Mesmeu’s National
® ® Wilson, . „ I blink, Pittsburgh., Pa.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - $3,000,000
CASH ASSETS, - $5,549,504.97.
TOTAL LIABILITIES, - - - $256,068.89
NET ASSETS, - $5,293,436108.
CHARTERED IN 1819.
"BY THEIR FRUITS YB KNOW THEM
losses paid in 51 years,
Look to wealth and worth for indemnity. Loo
to quality as the paramount consideration of InstT
ranee, for too frequently the cbesnest rate Is only
the index of the poorest Insurance. The stability,
wealth, liberality, and straightforward character cl
the AStna, and its promptness in the payment it
losses during the past 61 years, claim the apprecUt
tion of all business men.
Applications received and Policies written at &
rates awl .iberal terms, by.
OHAS.B. HURST, Agent,
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Enterprise ; saloon and
OPEN BAY AND NIGHT.
MEALS AT ALL HO UR S.
No. 19 SIXTH ST., (late -St, Ctalr,)
Q 31 ASHY,
PEARL S A L 0 OfR
-17 SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, •
CHOICE LIQUORS i'HEBAR. . '.(Kao*
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W. J. SPETERER,
a. J. bfeterer. Cashier