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A precious youth.
_parm uith puUk road running
bCZ \ L cornfield and turnip patch on
Twt Lowe horse gatlopa alongJhe road
you. my boy. you have
ought my horse very nicely.
&il must give you something for your
iTO *% course you must; down with
were you doin* in the field.
B -Pulling weeis from among these
• - » • » V'. *“ ' *w- - •
H.—That ifl nice work* I should think,
atoost as nice as play. , . .
B -Yes, ’tis, if a feller don’t car? what
be wy B, . .
you like to work f
B —Not if the court knows herself, and
1 think she do. -
m —Who set yo to work ?
B— The old man. Who did you reck
jl _What is your name?
B —Tobias Hacklebury. Tob, for short,
B&y it please your honor, as they say at
g _iWell. Tobias, how old are you?
g Well, old ask-me-a-few-more-ques
ti c£ guess’ I’m near about eight. If you
6?e very anxious to know, look at my
leetb- (Shows teeth-)
M _How long have you been here?
B—Ever since I came.
—Are yop not hungry?
B -You are keno correct on the h»n*
a;y, and I’m going for my hash, too.
IK,wn with the stamps, and I’ll be off.
If I should give you a dime, what
ffould vou do Ht-
B -Spend jk for tobacker. But, look
Ltre . old chapl you can't come that game
, c me Em none of your ten cent boys,
1 want half a doilir for catching this
t.rse. I’m “business,” I am.
M -Have you no play things ?
g—Playthings? I’ve got a euchre
deck, several bats, and so on, if they are
weal you call playthings. O, you bet.
i m heavy on base ball. Can’t I take ’em
m the fly> Guess not!
yi —Would you not like to have such
jt;q/s as nine pins,,marbles, tops, wood
tc horses ?
B —Not any in mine, if you please-
M —Do you want nothing else ?
B.—Yes, want lots of tricks. But
tamt much use to have ’em. The old
man and old woman keep me busy, driv
ing cows, running errands, watching
chickens ont of the garden, picking wpoE
palling weeds out of this d— old tur
D ,p patch. But I give them the slip now
tad then, and you bet I mala up for lost
>i-Do your parents correct you when
roj disobey them?
B —Well, they correct at me, but I
ac t always there. Sometimes the old
man ?oea through me, sometime the old
.-woman, and sometimes both,
M.—You like apples and cake?
B—Oh, no! guess not? Don’t like
tobacker either, do I? Give me a chew.
M —Have you a knife? (Gives boy a
- B —Got a barlow. If you want to trade
I'm your lobster. (Polls otit knife.);
M..—Your shoes are full of holea
8.-’Spose they are—what are you go
ing to do about it.
M —But they let water in ?
B —I aint afraid of water.
M Your hat is all torn, too.
B — Tell a feller something he don’t
M —What do you do when it rains?
B—l let i*. rain. Sometimes go .a fish
M —Do you always go home when you
pel hungry ? i
B —No. If I did, I’d be going bom£ all
M— Were you ever at school?
B —Well, I guess I’ve “been thar.”
M.— Do you love to go ?
. B '‘-Yes, love it ’bout as well as I do to
have m\ teeth pulled.
T^H.—Are you going to school this win
SB —Yes, if the old man goes along with
M.—You will want some books, then?
B —Guess I will have to carry one or
two whether 1 want ’em or not.
SM —I will get them for you ?
B —Needn’t trouble yourself about ’em,
M —Tell your father I will buy them
hr you, and itis all because you are an
°WgiDg, contented, nice little boy.
B—You are mighty right, I am. But
& t-ont that half.
M —Can’t you wait till I come along
B.—Couldn’t do it, Bir?' N do busi
neBB way. I’m am.
here’s the half, and I will bid
you good morning, Tob.
B.— Good morning yourself.
[&if nanonhorse back, while bay throw*
at him ;
"What did yon. paint your fence white
or?” asked a man of bis neighbor, whose
ence had just received a fresh coat df
“That is not white—its is green/’was
“Green I You must think me green
c*n’t I see ?”
1 bet a dollar it’s green.”
“I’ll do it.”
Isn’t it fresh, and if it’s fresh isn’t
‘The loser paid the bet, and turned
to ponder on the elasticity of our
jgRADBURY PIANO FORTES.
ESTABLISHED IN 1854-- -^
OVER 10,000 MANUFACTURED.
YO BETTER INSTRUMENT IN.THE MARKET.
THE BRADBURY THE
NATIONAL PIANO.of the COUNTRY.
;'i * '
BEAD THE FACTS.
* i •' r V ".tv-*'T :
Mrs. U.S, Grantusealiifher family
bury and saysf”! am perfectly delighted with it,”
Theodore Tilton say*: '“I have had thebe&att
fal Piano so long that now to ask me how 1 like it
Is like asking me bow I like one of ray children.
In fact E you were to.ask the children I’m afraid
they would say they liked it almost as well as they
like me. It speaks every day the year round and
never looses its voice. 1 wish its owner could do
half so well.”
LETTER FROM BISHOP SIMPSON.
Philadilphta, April 17,1868.
T. G- Skith A Co.—Gents—Having need one ot
your Bradbury Pianos, it has given great satisfac
tion to my family and to many visitors who have
beard its sweet tones at mv house. It is a very
superior instrument, both in finish and power. 1
heartily wish yon success as successor to the late
Wm. B. Bradbury. In continuing the manufacture
of his justly celebrated Pianos. Yours truly,
Cbiet Justice Salmon P. Chose, Washington D. C.,
Decides the Bradbury to be the National Piano
of the country.
Vice Admiral D. D. Porter, Washington D. C.,
“The Bradbury is exquisitely sod beautifully
proportioned. We are delighted with ours.”
Hon. Columbus Delano, Secretary of the Interior,
/Washington, D. C-, calls the Bradbury the Piano
“■ for the Interior.
P. M. General Cresswell and Mrs. Cresswell.—
, “All our friends admire the delightful tones o
the Bradbury, used at our receptions.”
Robert Bonner, New York Ledger—“At any time
will drop the lines of “Dexter,’ to listen to the
tones of thlp Bradbury.”
Grand Central Hotel, New York—“ln preference
to all others, we selected the Bradbury Pianos
for onr parlors. Our guests pronounce them
St. Nicholas Hotel. New York.—“ Have always
used the Bradbury Pianos in our parlors, and take
pleasure in recommending them.”
Hon. John Simpson, M. P., Canada, says: “The
Bradbury can’t be excelled. The best in the
U. Simpson, Bishop M. E. Church, Philadelphia.
“We know of no better Piano than the Brad
E. 8. Janes, Bishop M. E. Church, N. Y.—“We
know of no better Piano than the Bradbury.”
’Rev. Dr. John McCllnlon, Drew Theological Sem
inary—“My family and friends say the Bradbury
T. 8. Arthur, Philadelphia—“We have used for
years, and can recommend the Bradbnry Piano.”
Philip Philips, New York, says, “1 have sung with
and used the Bradbury Piano in my family for
W. Q. Fischer, Professor of Music, Girard College,
Philadelphia. “I use as my family Piano, the
Bradbury, and can with confidence recommend
Rev. Daniel Curry, Editor Christian Advocate: “1
purchased a Bradbury Piano, and it is a splendid
instrument in every respect."
Theodore Tilton, Editor Independent: “If you
were to ask my children?*! am afraid they would
say they liked our Btadbury almost as well as
they like me."
Dr. Daniel Wise. Editor Sunday School Advocate.
“I use the Bradbury Piano, and think, like bis
-music it cannot be excelled.”
Rev. Dr. Perris, New York. “My Bradbury has
stood longer in tune, and sounds better than
any Piano in my District,"
Rev. Dr. Fields, Editor of the Evangelist, “I have
used a Bradbnry for years in my family, and
think there is none superior.”
Sands Street Church Brooklyn, St.-Luke's M. E.
Church, and a host of other churches use, the
Bradbury Piano In their Lecture- and School
Rooms, also the Conservatories and prominent
Hotels in the United States.
John Canghey, Beaver Pa., purchased from me
three years ago a No. 6 and says:
“There is no better. Or sweeter toned, or more
desirable Piano, according to my judgment and
experience, than my Plano. It has given entire
satisfaction, and grows better as it becomes
Wm. McCoy, of Beaver, Pa., in tne spring of 1871,
bought from me a No. 8 Bradbury, which has
proven to be a superior instrument in ever? re*
Miss Mary McGaffick also owns and uses a Brad
I WILL SELL THE
From 530 to $lOO cheaper than elsewhere. Wli
' order them
DIRECT FROM TBE MANUFACTORY,
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
A $660 PIANO FOR $4OO.
Ordered at the lowest rates
BELOW PITTSBURGH PRICES.
PIANOS OF OTHER MANUFACTURERS
Call before purchasing and aee
SmiTH CURTIS, Agent,
rabica Omcz, Beatxb
; >x)<>h .’■ ? I- ..• t '
M& J. LAWRENCE, Physicians * Surgeons,
• office that formerly occupied by U S’ nev
eimo Assessor, Third street, Beaver,' Pa. aprll-iy
THOMitS M. D. Office lower door
mJohnßo.-dero p# - kP 3B1 *
MILLKk: j. W. Physician and Unrecon, office
taut Kmerly occupied by Ora. MeKiuny and
Lawrc&ce. Resilience. Dr. McNntt s house.
TSUNLAP, J. F.. Attorney at'LflW. O,®ce In
U the Court-hOusei Beaver; Pa. All legal bttß*
ness promptly attended to. xny3 Tfi-ly
PURVIS J. H., dealer In fancy Dry Good*
Choice Groceries/and Notions. (Specialty—
“Teamd Sugar,) floor, Feed, and Wooden-ware,
corner of Taird and Uofialo atreeta, Beaver, Pa.
A LLISON THUS., dealer in Dry
A Third and. Elk sis.
VSLARE-J. B. t tfßaior ih Gtocerteß and Provie*
\J lona. Third street. - . )y«fl9
SRITGSU 8. * CO., dealer in Groceries and Pro*
Visions,* Third street. y; '*
BEACOM Mbs. B. U.„ dealer in Millinery Good*
*t\A Trimmings, cor 8d at. and Diamond, jy*»
ANDRIESSEN HUGO, dealer in Drugs and Med
icinea, 3d at. See advertisement. )yB9TO
MOORE j., dealer In Drags and Medicine a,
Third street. Jy*» TO
rpALLON and dealer in
JL Boots and Shoes, Third street. jy2970
MERTZ H., manufacturer and dealer in Boole
and Shoe a. Third street. Jpfi9 70
WALTER P., Baker and Confectioner, north
east corner of the Diamond. JyfifllO
ANSHUTZ O. 8., dealer in Tin, Copper and
Sheet Iron Ware, Third street. Jyfi9 70
KUHN B. P., Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Office on Third street. ■ jyfifi’OO
B. HICK. TOAKS WILSOH, H. B. XOOBS.
HICE, WILSON & MOORE, Attorneys at Law.
OfflcOi Rear of the Court-house.
T ÜBALTO’S Shady Side Photograph Gallery,
Op* Second Floor, Dunlap’s corner, opposite the
toll bridge. 1 aprll-ly
MOLTER, J. C., Market street, Bridgewater,
dealer In COAL from Bank at McKinley’s
HURST A. C., dealer In Dry Goods. Hate and
Caps, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Trimmings,
Bridge street. Jy29j[o_
STILES & CO., dealers In Groceries, Provisions
and Quenaware. Bridge street. Jy29’7o
MULHEIM 8., dealer in Carpets, Oil Cloths and
Variety Goods, Bridge street. Jy29’7o
DONCASTER ROUSE, opposite Railroad Sta
tion, D. Wolf, Proprietor, Pro Bono Pub
o MITU, JOHN F., (New Store,) dealer In Gro-
O cerieu. Flour, Feed, Nails, Varieties and No
tions, best qualities and lowest prices. New
Brighton and Washington streets, Rochester.
FR* BURR & SONS, wholesale .ana retail deal
Oxer# in. Dry Goods, Groceries,. Flour, Gain,
Boat Stores, Iron, Nalls. Water st. ociTTO^j
Rose w. a., m. d„ „
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 6ept23’7o
OATMAN0 ATMAN & CO., (successors to Oatman, Par
sons A Klnzer) dealers in all kinds pf rough
and dressed lumber seld’Tff
SCHROPP CH.AS., manufacturer of and dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Roofing,
spouting, Ac., attended to. N. York st. sel6’7o
JOHNSON W. W., dealer in Carpets. Oilcloths,
Wall Paper, Window Shades, Trunks and Vari
ety Goods, near RR depot. - BelWO
STEEPLER A CLARK, proprietors of Johnson
House. Good accommodations and good sta
bles. Near RR depot. sel6’7o
QTREIT GEORGS, manufacturer and dealer in
O Booots, Shoes, Slippers, Ac.. Water st. [se!6
DAVID AUGHINBAUGH, manufacturer of Tin,
Copper and Sheet Iron ware; dealer In Stoves.
Tin Roofing made to order. Water st: seS’fO
NEW BRIGHTON. _
BON TON RESTAURANT and BATING SA
LOON.—Mealfl at all hours, table supplied
with all the delicacies ol the season. Prices low.
WilliamStricklahd, comer of Falls and Broadway.
CAREY Q, P,, general dealer in Groceries Feed,
Ooeensware, Glass, Ac. Bags, Iron and Brass
taken at highest.prlcea. Railroad st. octal
SIBMBN GKO. P., manntactnrer of Cakes and
Confectionaries. Particular attention paid to
parties and wedding orders, v octT’TO
ILULAND A. D. A Co., dealers In Fancy and
Domestic Dry Goodaaud Groceries,Br^way-
TANNBY BROS., House and Sign Painting,
Graining and Glazing in all their branches.
Also Fresco Painting in Oil, Distemper and Wafer
Colors. Orders executed on short not ice, in the
best manner and on reasonable terms. Main St.,
Beaver Falls. Pa. [nov29-ly.
Stevenson awittish, Land office No. 198
Penn street. Pittsburgh, Pa., and Beaver Falls
Pa. sept 23 70
KING Mrs. E., Millner and dealer in Dry Goods.
Notions, Qneensware, Ac. Corner Main and
Baker st. septU3’7o.
D UNEEL W. W., manufacturer of and dealer
in Boots, Shoes. Gaiters, &c. Corner Race
and Main st’s. sept2B*7o
CLARK Mbs. R. 8., dealer Ip Millinery, Fancy
Goods and Notions. Main st. seSO 70
Db. J. R.
COOPER T. L., dealer in Drugs, MedfeltiM,
Perfumery, Ac. BeBo 70-
T WAGGONER, dealer in general Merchandise,
• Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Ac.
Highest prices paid for country produce. Rail
road street, Vanport. aprll.
SOLID 14 KARAT GOLD,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Of Every Description.
NO. 38 FIFTH AVENUE,
PE ARL SALOON,
. 17 SIXTH STUBS; TBBURGB.
MANHOOD; HOW LOST, HOW
Just published, a new edition of r Dr. Culver*
well** Celebrated Kaapf o* the.radical care
(without medicine)ofSn*B»A*OntoffiAor Semin
al Weakness, Involuntary SemlMj,
toncy, also consumption, Epllepev ahd Fite, in
duced by seltinduleence or eexsal dtravfgsnce.
ee Ifabuae maybe radically, cured jrjthont the
dangerous use of Internal medicine of the applies*
tlou ofthe knife; pointing out a mode or core at
once simple, certain and effectual by means oi
which every Sufferer, no matter wluthfa coali
tion may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
* I lecture should be in the hands of eve
ry youth and every man in the land. -. . \
Sent under seal in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress-. pOit-ptid, on receipt of six cento, or two
CHAB. A. CLINE * CO.,
127, Bowery, New York, Post-office Box* 4S*>
JOB PRINTING AT THE
President Judge—A. W. Acheson.
.Joseph C. Wilson.
/VottoaotoY-Jotan C«. jghey.
EAwtf-rChamberllir White j -
BsgisterJb Bworder—Junes I Stokes.
Cbfnml»<ion«r#—Daniel Neely. -
>y ■■.HnghJ. Marshall.
CUrtoJ thnwiurumwa—John McGown.
OttmAelfo GbnumstfoMerarril. R. Harrab.
OounlySurteyor-D. M.JU»g3rny, -i
' Directore of tKs Foot- SjShSmite .*
Tnttitu V Aeadm^SmfffiSS 0,
.Jama* M. Smith.
JBBATSB. - ,
0. A D. J. Satterfield. Pas
tor. Services every Sunday at Ua. m., and 6p. k.
Sunday School at 9 a.; x. r
United Presbyterian—Bor. J. C. Wilson, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at U a. «., and 6J4 r. *.
Sunday. School at 9a. x, .
Methodist Episcopal —Ben. William Lynch,
Pastor. Services every Sonday at 11 a. x.. and 7?.
x. Sunday School at 9a. x.
OatMic—Bav. M, Gonkle, P-iest. Services every
fid Sunday of each month at 10 a. x.
, . , • ASSOCIATIONS.
St. Jimea LJdge A. T. Ml, No. 457-8. B. Wilson,
W. M., J. Morton Hall, Secretary. Meets Ist Thurs
day ofeach month.
Occidental Lodge, 1.0.0.F.,N0. TfiO-A. Q. White,
N. G., J. N. HcGreery, Secretary. Meets every
Banking Bouse-* Thomas McCreery.
Methodist. Episcopal Rev. D. L. Dempsey
Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10)4 a. a., and
7 f. Sunday School at 9 a. x.
Presbyterian-- Rev. Jus. M. Shields, Pasator.
cas every Sunday at 11 a. x., and 6f. x. Sun
day School at 9)4 a. x.
Methodist Episcopal ( Colored) —C. Asbory,
Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. x., and at 1
p. x. Sunday School at 9a. x.
A. M. E. Zion (Colored)— Boy. Lyons, Pastor.
Services every other Sunday at 11 a. x.. and at
7 *' ASSOCIATIONS.
Enota Lodge. J. O. O. 2’., JVo, 163—William Car
ter, W. C. T., Tlllle Moorhead, W. S.. meets every
Friday evening in their hall above A- C. Uoret't
Dry Good Store.
Beaver Lodge. I. O. 0. F., No. 866—Samnel
McCabe, N. G., David Woodniff, Secretary, meet!
every nesday evening. »
Harrison Graham Encamppient, J. O. O. F., So.
116—D. Shumaker, C. P., Wm. Morton, Ef. P., D.
Woodruff, Scribe, meets Ist and 8d Thursday even
ings of each month in Odd Fellows Hall.
Episcopal— Services Ist and 8d Sundays at 10.30
a. x. and 7.80 pv. Georgetown—2d and 4th Sun
days. Rot. Bollard, pastor.
Methodist Episcopal— Rev. T. S. HodgeomPastor.
Services every Sphday at 10)4 a. x., and 7 f. x.—
Sunday School at 2 p. x.
Methodist Episcopal, ( German ) | Rev. Hiller,
Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10)4 a. k., and 7
p. x. Sunday Schobl at 9a. x. ;
Lutheran—Bov. HI Reck. Paster. Services ev
ery Sunday at 10)4 a. x., and* 7F. x. Sunday
School at 3 F. x. ’
First. German Evang. Lutheran , St- Paul’s
Church— Rev. P. Bonn, Pastoi, Services every
other Sunday at Sf. x. Sunday School at 1f m.
CbtftoUc-rReV. Mr. Qnnkle. Priest. Services ev
ery fourth Sunday of each month, at 10 a. X., and
every Thursday at 8)4 a. x.
r , ASSOCIATIONS.
Amaranth Lodge!, I. O. O. 71, So. S9M>
B Blanchard, .W. C.. T.; Emil Smith, W. 8.
Meets every Wednesday even’s in Conwgy’sHalL
Rochester Lodge, A. T. M.,50. 229—tf. B. Pen
i dlet»", W. M., John Conway, Sec’y. Meets every
Friday before full moon.
Eureka. Chapter R. A; M;, No. 167, meets in Ma
sonic Hall on first Wednesday after full moon. M.
B H. P.,J. R- Pendleton; Secretary, John Con-
Methodist Episcopat Church—Bay.E.B. Webster,
Paster. Services every other Sunday at 10)4 a.
and alternate Sundays at 7 P. X. Sanday School
at 9 a. v.
Jf. S. German—Rev. Mr. Zerkel, Pastor. Serrt
ces r altenmfe Sundays at 10)4 a. x. Sunday School
at Presbyterian—Bey. Wortman, Pastor. Servi
ces every Sunday at 11 a. x., and 7p. x. Sunday
School at 9 a. x. „
German Lutheran— Boy.- Mr. Bom, Pastor. Ser
vices every other Sunday at 10 a. x., and alternate
Sundays at 9p. x. Sunday School at 9a. x.
Friends— Meeting at ll a. m. every Sunday.
Catholic —Rev. J. C. Bigfaam. Priest. Services,
let, 8d and 6th Sundays each month at 10)4 a. x.
Sunday School every Sunday at 2)4 p- x.
Church of God—Rev. McKee, Pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday at 10 a. x., and 7p. x. Sunday
School at 8)4 a. X.
Baptist—Bey. Dr. Waters, Pastor. SerWces ev
ery Sunday at 10 a. x. ajad 7 p. m. Sunday School
&t United iVe«6yferl«in—Rev. A. G. Wallace,Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10)4 a. x. and 7 p. x.
Sunday School at 8)4 a. «.
O. 8. Presbyterian—Ber. B. C. Critchlow, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10)4 a. x. and 7 p. x.
Sunday School at 854 a. x. _ . _ .
Spaulding, Rector. Services
at 10)4 A. x. and 8 p. m. Sunday School at 9)4 a. x.
Seats free, and all arenordlally Invited.
first Methodist Church— Rev. F. 8. Crowther,
Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10 a. x. and ?
P. jl Sunday School at 8)4 a. x.
Methodist Episcopal— Rev. J. R. Mills, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10 a. x. and 7p. x. Sun
day School at S)4 a. x.
Beaver River Lodge , I. 0. O. T. , No. 963.
Robert Hay, W. C. T.. T. 8. Wilson W. S. Meets
every Tuesday evening.,
Neto Brighton Lodge, I. O. O. T.,No. 801—T. L.
Kennedy, W. C. T.. Oliver McKeage, W. 8.
Meets every Thursday evening.
Robertson Lodge , /, O. O. F., No. 450 —Henrj
Lloyd, N. G„ N. O. Taylor, Secretary. Meets
every Monday evening. o „
Union Lodge. A.Y. M., No. 259—R. Coovert,
Meets Ist andBd Tuesdays of each month.
National Bank Beaver County—John Miner, Preei
dent, Edward Hoops, Cashier, Broadway.
Banking House—R. E. AH. Hoopes, Broadway.
Young Men's Library Association —Joseph Bent
ley, President; Hiram Platt, Secretary. Meets
every Friday evening.
Methodist Episcopal— Bev. W. B, Grace, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10)4 a. m. and 7)4 p, m.
Methodist—Bov. J, P. Dyer, Pastor. Services,
every Sunday at 11 a. *., and 7 7 p. m. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday evening. Sunday
school at 2)4, r. M. .. w
Presbyterian—Rev. Uoorehead, Pastor. Ser
vices every Bunday.at 11 a. and 7 H P.
Sunday School every Sunday at 9)4 o’clockat same
place. T. Noble,-Sup’t, .
United Presbytertan—Rov. J. I. Frazier, pastor.
Services on Sabbath at 10)4 o’clock, a * and 7#
pv. Sabbath-school at SWp m.
Beaver Valley Lodge* A. 478—Meets every
second and fourth Monday of each month. T K
Bateman,-W M*J I» BrDaweon,'B W; 8 Iff Hawkins,
j W: Henry Hill. Tress: Ch. Molter,'Sec.
JZarmdny Chaptered, Meets firfrt Vohday each
- month, B.AJtoble-, B J l ,; WJH.GiIm,B.; A. Tom
linsbn, 8.: P. WtetodlfrVeaS.; H. Or Patterson, Sec.
v VaUsykchoLodfje. I. if: O. E,* No. W. B.
Boon. N f <£, 4 *u«nt, Sedy,, Meets
every Thursday evening vt TvTo’clock.
i- Earvmy Savings Institute-' Henry Hlee, Prest..
John Beeves. Cashier. .
W. C. No. 126. P 0.8. qf A.—Meets every Mon
day evening in Washington Ball, Hainsey’s
Block, Main street O Altsman, R 8; A Anderson,
President. . • ri -,
SertdcenaiOH o’clock, Wd evening, afco’dock
Sunday School every Sabbath at Sr. jg., _ .
Mr. c Pastor
gerviceaeyery other. Sabbath .avIDH. D’clpck,aM
Sabbath'simoolat 4 O’clock. 5 Eriglish-Rar.Mx
J scobs. Pastor. Servicea cvery otnfcr Sabbath at
10)4 o’clock and Sabbath School at 2 © clock.
Presbyterkm-i-R»'r. W. O. Taylor, Chaplain at
Pennsylvania Institute for Soldiers’ Orphans. Ser
vices in Chapel at 3 o’clock, and lecture in the
evening at 7 o'clock- Sabbath School at 10)4
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SPONGES, BRUSHES AND PERFUMERY,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYES.
Prescriptions jareltofly coinponnded at all hoo«.
A VALUABLE INVENTION J
AN ENTIRELY NEW
FOR DOMESTIC USE.
Only Five Dollars!
With the New Patent Button Hole Worker.
The Most Simple and .Compact in Construction.
'lhe Most Durable and Economical in Use.
A Model qf Combined Strength and Beauty.
Complete In all Its parts, uses the Straight Eye
Pointed Needle, Self-Threaditg, direct upright
Positive Motion, New Tension, Self Feed and
Cloth Ghlder. Operates by Wheel and on Table.
Light Running, Smooth and Noiseless, like all
good high-priced machines. Has patent check to
prevent the wheel being turned the wrong way.
Uses the thread direct from the spool. Makes the
Elastic Lock Stitch (finest and strongest stitch
known;) firm, durable, close and rapid. Will do
all kinds of work, fine and coarse, from Cambric
to heavy Cloth or Leather, and uses all descrip
tions of thredd.-
Tbe best mechanical talent in America and Eu
rope has been devoted to Improving and simplify
ing our Machines, combining only that which is
practicable, and dispensihg with all complicated
nrronndlngs generally found ih other machines.
Special tanas and extra inducements to male
and female agents, stobs keepers, Ac., who will
establish agencies through, the country: find keep
onrnew machines on exhibition and safe. County
rights given to smart agents free.. Agent’s com
plete outfits famished without any extra charge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive circulars containing
terms, testimonials, engravings, Ac., sent free.
BROOKS' SEWING MACHINE CO..
No. 1829 Broadway,
JanSMy NEW YORK.
rpHE BEST AND MOST IMPROVED
' FIBE AND BURGLAR-PROOF
Safes and Vaults
ARE MADE BY THE
PITTSBURGH SAFE COMPANY
167 PENN STREET,
mar2B 3m PITrSBURGH, PA.
piFTH AVE. CLOTHING HALL,
CORNER FIFTH & MARKET STREETS 1 ,
1813. SPRING STOCK. 1813,
Is offered lower than any other house In the city,
Buyers, Study Your Own Interest , and examine
the stock of J. HANNACH before purchasing else
The stock comprises Men’s. Boys’, Youths’,
and Children’s Clothing, at Wholesale and Retail
Prices. „ , ... ,
Particular attention given to Custom nork.
J. HANNA CH.
this invitation with yon. mar2B-3
J J. GILLESPIE & CO.,
86 WOOD STREET,
Importers and Dealers Is
FRENCH PLATE GLASS,
MANTEL AND PIER GLASSES,
STEEL ENGRAVINGS & CHROMOS
Estimates tarnished for Plate Glass to
Contractor And Bnllders.
8. PATENT AGENCY;
Office 918 F Bt., Washington, D. C.,
• 6. J. lERRISS,
The cheapest and most reliable Patent Agency
in Washington. Fall particulars free. Address
Box as, Washington, D. C,
JOHN CONWAY & CO.,
BANKERS & B ROKER^
DUILXBS IX EZCBAKSX JDOIX AND. BXCHANa*
Accoonts of ■ Mtnnfictnrere, Merchants and Indi
. - ; % -
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TOtE DEPOSITS
Correspondence will recelte prompt attention.
Apdwater, Ang. Jet, Jgffc^angMm.
BEEN ALLISON, • - - CiUtn.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY HADE AND BE-,
CORRESPONDENCE AND ACCOUNTS SO
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
EXCHANGE, SECURITIES, Ac., BOUGHT
Office boon from# a. x. to 4 p. m.
p BENTEL & CO,
BANKERS AND BROKERS
Are now prepared to do a general Banking and
Broker business. Notes discounted, Government
bonds and other securities bought find sold, and
collection? made on all accessible points in the
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Officehonrsfrom9A.il., tolp x. Saturdays
from 6 a. x. to 9 p. x.
Jan. 36.1872-6 m.
NATIONAL BANK ,
NO. 33 FIFTH AVENUE,
R. W. MACKEY, Cashier
W, McCANDLESS. Asst. Cashier.
R. E. & H. HOOP EJS,
Correspondence of Banks, Bankers and Mer
chants solicited. CoUectlons promptly an d
JAMES T. BRADY & CO.,
Cob. FOURTH AVENUE & WOOD BTREEI
B ANKER S,
BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS OP
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS
money loaned on government bond
AT MARKET HATES.
fcA 1 Orders Executed tor be Purchase and S ale
of STOCKS, BONDS and QpLD.
a. 8. BARKER. P. A. BARKER. C. A. BARKER
Q 8. BARKER & CO.,
New Brisbtoiv, Pkss’av
G. 8. BARKER & GO.,
Collections made on all accessible points in tbe
United States and Canada.
Accounts of Merchants, Manufactdrers and Indi
viduals solicited. -
Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
Conreggmdence will receive prompt attention.
JJOCHEBTER SAVINGS BANK.
JOHN V. M’nONALD,
SPEYERER & MCDONALD,
Dealers in exchange. Coin, Government Securl
ties,make collections on all accessible points in tbe
United States and Canada, receive money on depos
it subject to check, and receive time deposits ot
one dollar and upward, and allow Interest at 6 per
By-laws and Rales famished free by applying at
at the bank.
Bank open daily from 7 a. m., till 4 p. m., and on
Saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock.
REFER, BT p:
L HOatman * Co,
Algeo, Scott & Co,
8 J Cross AGo,
Snieder A Wacks,
B S Ranger,
A C Horst,
S B Wilson,
INSTANT RELIEF FOR THE
Any person troubled with that terrible disease
will receive immediate and complete relief by us
I was afflicted with it for twelve years, entirely
unfitting me for business for weeks at a time; ana
discovered, this remedy by experimenting on my- »
self after all other medicines failed to nave any
1 WILL WARRANT IT TO GIVE INSTANT
n all eases of Asthma not complicated with other
ANY PERSON AFTER ONCE USING WILL
NEVER BE WITHOUT IT.
Pamphlets containing certificates by mail FREE,
• A -FOR BALE BY *
T. Q. Waddle, Now Brighton, 1
W. Gilliland, New Brighton.
T. Kennedy'A Co. Rochester.
S. A; Craig. Freedom.
AND DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
..Price by mail, .postage paid, fIOO pet box. 1 Liber
SI tomato druggists. Address
CHAS. B. HURST,
aprll-ly. Rochester, Beaver Co., Pa.
Enterprise saloon and
J. W. COOK, President.
NEW BRIGHTON, PA
(Snccesson to 8. Jones A C 0.,)
JAB. T. BRADY & CO.
Beaver Falls, Fhkk’a.,
EXCHANGE, COIN, COUPONS, Ac.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
No. 19 SIXTH ST., (late St. Clair,)
C. H. BENTEL,
w. J. BPETERER,
b. j. BPEVEBEB, Cashier
Bon J S Rutan,
Orr A Cooper,
Wm Kennedy,. ~ -
I bank, Pittsburgh. Pa.