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*ow truer Green Was-neared Gat of
&entail & wiry •
Ti fr narrative which I am about to
write was told ( me. one bleak, cold night,
in a onuntry parlor. It was one of those
nights in midwinter, when , the wind
swept over the land, making everything
tingle with Its frosty breath, that t woo
seated before a blazing fire, surrounded by
a jolly, half-dozen boys and an old bach
elor—Peter (treen7 sbont forty and eight
It was just the night without' to make
those within enjoy a - good story, so each
of us had told his favorite story, save Mr.
Orion, and as he WU a. jolly old fellow,
.. we all looked fstra jolly story.:,We were
risomewbat surprised to, bear , him say, "I
have no story that would interest you,"
so we bad to find ether entertainment for
a while, when one °file boys told me to
ask him bow it happened that be never
got marr:ed. Boilid I.
"Well; 'gentlemen," be began, "it don 't
seem right for me to tell how that - hap
pened, but as it is about myself, I don't
sate much. Yon see when I was young
we had to walk as high as five miles to
church and singing school, which was our
chief enjoyment. ; But this don't have
anything to do with my getting a wife,
buil just wanted, to show you that we had
some trouble them days in getting our
John Smith and I were like brothers,
or like "Mary and her little lamb." Where
one went the other was sure to go. So
we went to eel two sisters, and as we were
not 'the best boys imaginable, the old gen
tian= took Umbrage and wouldn't allow
us to come near the house, so we would
take the girls to the end of the lane, and
there we would have to take the: final
We soon got tired of that sort of fun,
and I told John, on our way to singing
schootOne night, that I was going to take
Sadie home, and that I was going into the
timid the old man would run me if I
I told him I was going to risk it any
let come what would
He said he "would risk it if I would."
So home we went with the girls. When
' welgot to the end of the lane I told the
girls we proposed going all the way.
They looked at each other in a way I
didn't like to well, but said they (the old
folks) would be in bed, so they didn't care
if we did. -
They were a little more surprised yet
when I told them we thought of going in
. a littlioshile, tint as all was quiet when
we gotta ibeltouse, we bad no trouble in
getting intaiie kitchen.
Then and there .we had our first court;
and I made up my mind to ask Sadie to
be my wife the next time I came.
It WU now put the turn of the . night,
end as we bad four miles to walk, I told
ton we Would have to be going. 130 we
stepped out an the porch, but just as we
did Sao, the aktwits lit - op by lightning,
andeoeiretisandatppeal of thunder rolled
ilourthe mountain sidel. Its 'echo bad
nnt.died out in the far-off vales until thi
iliesbegan to pour from the garnered
ful)nessof the *loads. We . waited for it
to stop until *ewers all Sleepy, when the
girls said wellmiid go to ball in the lithe
zoom at tie bad to .the WWI Which led
out of the kitche.n, es their father didn't
- get up early we
. *ld be home befOre the
old forksweri a stir.. So alter bidding the
girls a sweet, good night and wishing
. - them pleasant dreams, and promising
them to come back on next Saturday
night, we started for bed.
We didn't have far to go, as the bed
stood near the head of the stairs. John
-was soon in bed, but as I always was a
little slow, and full of curiosity, I was
looking around the little room.
At last I thought I would sit down on a
chest which was spread over with a nice
white cloth, while I drew Oft my poots.
So down I sat, when stars of the east,,,,l
went plump into a big egg•custard pie !
thought John would die laughing, for
,•,,,he -c said I had smashed that custard all to
thunder, and the,plate right in two.
You see we had to be awful quiet so that
the old Man wouldn't bear.
I was now ready to get into bed, so I
put the light out and, picked up my boots
thinking to pss- them in a more Convert
lent place,.wen dOwn my one foot went
- through a pipe bole, which had been coy
.ered by paper, up to my very hip.
Now one putof me was up stairs while
the longest part -was-in the kitchen. •
As my leg was very long ' it reached a
shelf which was occuOied by dishes, pans,
coffee pots, etc.,•and turning it over, down
it went with a tremendous crash.
The girls had not yet retired, and I
could bear them laugh fit ;to split ' their
I telt ewfal ashamed, and was seared
until my heart was in my throat, rex
vented the old man, everfmoment.
I extracted:my leg from the confounded
tole just in tinyi; for the old lady looked
into the Wien from the room door, :and
asked, “Ir,:allibit noise was abonti" .
The &UP* her off sa best they could
and, 1.-went beg, while. John was
strangling himself under the cover. to keep
from laughing •slondi ` 4 •
We soon went • off into the land -ol
- dreams, with the hope of waking 'early.
I wishl. could tell yira iny dreams, but
would take me too long. One moment I
- would fancy' myself by the' side of Sidle,
sipping nectar from her heaven:bedewed
tins, the next I *mid be flying from the
,old man, while be would be floulisppg
, Va cave above my bead.
esinopul ati-tedirritobn giving
me a kick. .
On waking up ani looking around I
saw John's eyes as big witty Aka. while .
the sun was beaming irk at the Window.
What to do now be couldn't tell, for we
heard the' old man _ having foully j prayers
in the kitchen.
:obi looked out of the window and
said we could get down over the' Porch
roof. , ,
"Get out and dress as soon to possible * "
So in My. hurry my feet,,got fastened in
the bedol,othsi aud- out,: I, Ambled, head
foremost, turned aver,: and down the
steps: until I struck the door, _which was
fastened by a wooden button; and it g!v
Ing way ontliolled right: in front of the
old tam - • -
He threw up both hands and cried
'Lord,- Bare us I" for he thought 'I was the
The old lady screamed until yon could
have heard her a mile. t
I was so scared and bewildered that I
couldn't get up at once. It was warm
weather, and I didn't have anything on
but a s hirt .
When I beard the girls snickering it
made me mad, and I jumped up and, rush
ed out the door, leaving the greater part
of my shirt on the old iron door latch.
Off I started for the barn, and when
halfway through the yard ; the dog set up
a howl and wade for me•
When I got into the barn-yard I had to
run through a. flock of-sheep, and, among
them was an aid ram, who backed off a
ttle and started for me. Witb one, bound
I einiped his blow, sprang into the barn,
and began to climb up the logs into the
mow, when an old mother ben pounoed
upon my legs, picking me until they
Ithrew myself upon the hay, and after
John had slid down tie porch into a
hogshead, of rain water, he clone to me
with one of my boots, my coat, and one
of the legs of my pants.
'He found me completely prostrated,
Part of my shirt, my hat, one leg of 'my
pints, my vest, stockings, neck-tie and
we boot were left bekind.
I vowed then and there that I would
over go to see another girl, and die
before I will."
A FAST CostPosrroa.—ln the officer of a
Wisconsin journal there is a compositor
who sets type so rapidly (says the paper)
that the friction of his movements fuses
tie leaden emblems in his. stick, Making
theM solid, like stereotype plates. The
only iv4f to prevent this is to have his
case sibiGerged in Water; and the rapidity
of his motions keeps the water boiling and
bubblinu that eggs bave frequently
been boiled in the space box. Pipes lead
from the bottom of his case to a boiler in
the press•room, and the steam generated
by the fast compositor's movements runs
the power press. in one day be set so
much that it took all band*, from editor
to devil, two weeks to read the proof, and
itrwash‘ his good day for setting type,
either. ' . .
‘,,iur - glattlistattos.
A Very Dirge Stock
DEPORT= AND DOKEBTIC
Oil Cloths, &o.
LOW PRICED CARPETS,
Of grad kind,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
51 FIFTH AVENUE,
Misr Wood Street)
WrieVinitartiVß 5' A
T. F. PHILLIPS,
.~ i S : Y y +: ,•
Fine Dry Goals,
sixth ilia liberty ttreetsi
THE ARGUS .AND
, , 4 4 , . 1
Opal Doll" and - EveniVll uil the.
TEE CECIAPESI i AND BEST PLACE OF
PERFORMANCHE from the Stage DAILY 1-
`TWO IN THE FORENOON,
MO IN THE aummooNt
Doors open from 8 o'clock in .the morning un
til 10 o'clock at night. .
IN - Admission to all, only 25 eenighisi
When visiting the - city, ddn't tail to visit
6th Ave., between Wood and Smithfield Ste., ,
ARBUTIM"' SHANNON, &CO .
N 011 5 1 S
WHOLESALE . EXCLUSIVELY,
AT LOWEST EASTERN , PRICES.
Largest Stook and lNewest Goods.
BOLE AGENT FOR
FULLERTON'S GREEMILLE AND
ALLEGHENY BARRED FLANNELS.
Blankets & Yanu3.
Bunts are invited to evil st
289 AND 241 LIBERTY STREET,
. . ,
Pittsburgh, Ps.. et
C. Arbuthnot, J. G. Stephenson, W. T. Shennan.
THE PEOPLE'S STO4E,
No. te n ant; 57 PifthAvaitit e 1" .
=BONN RA =ITN%
Ladies sea Veidiesua itritlair Pitialaugh, are
Attniipectitin7 111VISO WlWlrePles Store.
They will ilaa the yoaW .hor s ea salesmen am
tesaa ass otglathy4TTS PSI law um;
tio etW, ilia 11111 iiiellabill!-Alir
sad, \, _ .
ONE PRICE TO ALL
A splendid assortannit and i
tarn Linn styles o f
and aalr antsta boasJiiss
FALL 21119, • Buritti; . :liiiiki 000133,
WM= ' FROOI O II/4 . . morn& • 3
LIMNS, KOBUK awns. •, t
sracut. Armless - 1i csLuns so a= noes or
Barred Shirt ft - and Eros Flanntis, 11199 4
White, Red &-.otvp Votteary Pianneic
THE PEOPLE'S STOttE,
55 a 67 FIFII2 I AVENTIB,
CAMPBELL, WILLIAMSON & DICF.
GILL & BRO.,
• WHOLV4kT R _
Boot Et Shoe House,
• No 258 LIBERTY ST,
or. front head ef Wood : l3tr!et,
( Are now receiving one of the ingest -t
BOOTS 4r - S'ITOEO
Eves brought to this market. •
Particular attention is called to . oar own inah)
and brand of Goods which have obtained' an an
SumumPd repststlo 41.EralifloW9u, solicitd
- • WS ARIL •
RUBBEB BOOTS.;AND SHOE'
R. B. asetairs dapAcceect, sod orders.%
via Weald aftwaSosh . , (ssylNlna
.yea• for the ditemagb practical e 4
mlaticsi of yousit and
1' .•• ' I
7 :mama' Doane* college iitbe Unito4 Sta
*Miran an eater *ee them. .
'For large descriptive circular giv Porter, Donaldion & Co., successor to
fug 'full intormation, address J H Hawkins & Co.,(Steubenville) 127
J. C. SMITH, .1%.. N., Principati Wood street.
ICAL : MMNEI3DAY,
TWO IN 21131 EVENING.
' - AD TII3 0 AGENCY. ' -
..Thoe.-L. cClelland, Dispatch Building,
167 , . and 69 Fifth • venue, ant 'mired
1,. a r t ( all leading newspapers in the
~1 . . t/ ited tides. . , 1
• Ali ON I DI,AMOND_ JEWELRY.
'Set in soli gold, 27%' 6th strt. , ..
.AWNIN. 0, TEN T S& TARPAtiIINS.
E. Mamajit & ric, ni, Ir'i3 • &.177 Penn St.
.ARTIFICIAL 4 4 1.158 - 14 1 .XF!G 'CO:
Tesllo .in Crlttc , hzh nc 'Ernsses. eio I 219
. Penn streets. , . .
4 urrorrr awrolun Jur me .
. Geo. W. Backofea 161 Suilthliel 13
AMUSEMENTS. ‘ '.
• BUrnell's Moetiriti, rift Ave.
Fre& . Anne Amerlean Theatre, Fifth
Pittsburgh Opera Home, Filth /Ave.
Trimble'); Varieties, Penn St.
BANKS AND BANKERS. • '
i:Dismond - Savings Bank,' 6 - Diamond,
(over s2s4loo,ooosocurity for. De is
..Untted- States Bank, 128 4th Lvento,3,
Duquesne Sayings_ Bank; 44 FoUrth Ave:
'Geo. B. Hillk Co., 58 Fourth Avenue.
. - MOLTS; NUTS . dt WASHERS.
Hubley7Adams & Co., 5 Mar.cet strca.
. ' BUSINESS.. COLLEGES.
~ .tron City College, cor.. Penn , & Sixth St
P. Duff &Sone, 87 Fifth Ave.
BRUSH MANUFACTOREES. ' .
P. H. 'Stewart & CO., 120 Wood St.
BROKERS IN BONDS, NOTES AND STOCKS
Isadore. Coblens, 58% Fourth Ave.
Isaac-111. Pennock, 114 Fourth Ave.
, BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Gildenfeny & Hess, 45 Fifth Ave..
BOOTS AND SHOES.
B. Himmelrich & Son, 86 and 100 Mar
' , CIGARS & TOIACCO. --\
T J Wallace, 81 6th St. (wholesale) .
Piper & Co., 282 Liberty St. (wholesale.)
8. - F, Brown, wholesale, 40 6th St, cor.
Penn. - ,
Workman & Davis, '167, 169,, 171 Penn
CONFECTIONERY & FRUITS.
-,Xinderi_Blair, 62 sth Avenue.
CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS I
Boston One-Price Clothing House, 95
Smithfield St., and 178, Federal St., Al-
Tobias y , 18, 6th St. (Merchant Tailor.)
• DRY GOODS.
J. W , Spencer, removed to 95 Market
' St.,' formerly M'Fadden ' s lewelrylStore,„
DRUG% MEDICINES AND - PERFUMERIES 1
James E., Burns & Co., Penn & Sixth SO
ENGRAVERS ON WOOD.
C D Dialer 2 sth avenue
rusAfsTs AID SEEDSMEN; '
James Bennett, 132 Smithfield St.
Send for Free Catalogue.
- - FURN ITURE. ' •
T B Yong O ', 21 Smithfield St. -:
J. W. W
_well* Co., 97 & 99 Third
GEN ti im '
a J. Adams.'72 sth avenue; (Irriporter;
Shirts ipecialty. ' , '
GUN , AND' FISHING TACKLE.
ulte4l3o Liberty Bt. ,
, Arm Chas.
Gordnian &.Mackley, 117 Wood Bt.
Wholesale and retail. , •
HATS, OAPS & STRAW' GOODS.L
It ll:Palmer, 151 Woodlit. (Whblesale.)
Julien Itlbir6ir Mariet St '
Whir Hotel, coiner 6th and 'Penn Sts
'American House, 50 Liberty St.
D. P. - Hoyle, 85 sth avenue.
Oft W. 'V 159 Smithfieht Street.
JOB P and STATIONERS.
Stevenson & Poster, '• Third Ave , and
KEYSTONB BURNING FLUID.
P. Welsenberger4 124)Smithfield
LOOKING CAA& & Fauna.
Boyd. & Murray, 58 sth avenue.
J.:oll*ie & C0.,86 Wood Eit.
W. W.: -Barmy, 81 sth. avenue-,
Louis I: Brecht, 128 , Smithtield
LUBRICATING and BURNING. OILS.
G,G. Pennock.2B , Ittustreet ,
MINING & s SPORTING .:POWDER
Arthur Kirk 19, Agent for Han
esd Pnwder _
C. Terhe3rden. 180 Smithfield St.
MACHINERY AND.STKAM PUMPS.
Hutchiso Eß & n Co., 28 T-TAILOR Wood St..
S. cor. 2dave
Many Meyer, '73 Smithfield street.
James Gallagher, 10 Sixth street.
P. McAifilicB2 Smithfield street.
syrne dt Urling, .1013 sSmithfield, street.
t Urling_& Bnchlon, 54.6 th St.
'NICE GOLD AND SILVER PLA
Walter E. Hague, Virgin Alley, near
L ATE GLASS & 8 110 W CASE&
GilleEpie & Co., 86 Wood street
Central Photograph Rooms; 12 sth eve'
L Strub, 69 sth avenue
B. L.U. Dobbs, 46 6th street.
W. Whitehead, 29 6th avenue.
J. 'Pe arson, 70 sth avenue.
C ES, 1 SAUCES, VINEGAR, &c.
# i fj o iictl i r G t C s o it , n 2.6j6ll c lC2 : 2d .Ave. i
J. M. floffiniin,‘62 sth Aye., (Impor ter. )
Ban At Knake,l2 Sixth St.
RESTIJARANT &BILLIARD ROOMS
0 lilashY, tinier Pittsb? 1 4 x1 r (lwra house
STENCILS' -finny _ 8 , - AND
- • • ' 'SEAL PRESSES
3 D blathers's, 73 3d avenueimear Market
W A Bunting, 184 Liberty street, i .
SPRWGS ; AND AXLES.
Duquesne Spring & Axle , Works, 171
Penn Ave. 1 .
TRUNKS, V. LISPS AND LADLE'S
Joseph Liebler, 111 Wood street
W J Gilmore, 38 .oth avenue
Vogel & Graham,4lB : and 146 Wood St
A Tindle, jr., 89 Smithfield street.
THROAT, 'VUNG'i& TAR' IJISEASES.
Di. LI. Hunter,2s6 Penn St. '
• . •
R. W. Roberta,. 1,58,,W000t St...
Wilts Upholbtery, 44 Smithfield street,
WRAiTHER . 1 4 STRIF'S op :.• 10,0 E,
Willa' npholstm—Agent for lirestern
Pentea and Eastern .01110-44 lElmith
- field street
WOOD AND IRON WORKING MA.
- MUMMY. . . i . .
M. B. Cochrane* Or'., 121 Liberty St.
WHITE LEAD AND 110LORS. ;
T. H. Nevin & Co - ., cor. Third 'ave. and
Market St.- •
WINES & LIQUORS, (WHOLESALE)
il & Stevenson 87 Second Ave.,
WHOLESALE MILLINERY &
- o r i 'BEE, 15,11878.
r• • , , 1 s b'• •
Atudaw•& BUCHANAII I I, 1-71,
Attorneys at Law,
Third Str eet, Bever, Pena'.
tett4ty ; ' • - Opposite the Argus office.
,Attorney -at Law,.
Third s treet ., Bea4er,
-1 , • door beloisVilloore's drug store.
, • & 24W :1 .-, rhyliciattsai Burgeon&
miaktorperly occupied:llr U. S• ROY
nue Asilbisot, Third Weft, Beater, Ps. aprll-17
rr HOILIS-DONJIMOU, Mee lower door
1 la 0)14.40rd.rs bnlidlog, Bearer, Pa. ap26tl
M" • NLRaysielan and bvilyin face
that Maids o d by Drs. Malin' y and
wszvaftea. tzteskinnto,,m - kciitt's bons..
TA ItLAP, j..F., , : ./XOEAIT at law. Office la
.11. J the Coulkhease,
_Beaver, Pa. , All legal In*
nesi tromplly atVw&F to. = myBlll-1y
I t OW* Z. AU Sealer Is Yaw Dry - Goode,
I Choice Groceries, aad Notions. (Sped titat—
, sad filtgari) . PlOar, Feed; and Wden-ware,
Casier`of. Third and Dahl* etree* Deaver, Pa.
ON T11013.,_ dealer ,* ry. WA* and
Groceries, for Third sad Ellt streets.
rthmuf.J. 1i.,-'dealer in Groceries -and Prorls
iens,_Third street. • . 029'10
QIIITGEII S. & CO., dealer in Groceries and Pro.
1.7 Vidol2o. Third street: -
ZACOX Mac E. li.„ dealer in Millinery Goode
IX and Trimmings, cor Ad et. and Diamond. jr4B
A NDELSSSBN Ul7(o,dealei in Drags and Med
icines, 8d .t. See advertisement. )y29 Z 0
MN ROBERT. manufacturer and dealer In
e and Shoes. Third street. jy29"10
MERTZ H., manufacturer and dealer In Boot*
and Shoes, Third street. ,p 29,70
AV ALTER F. taker and Confectioner, north-
V V east corner of the Diamond. jy2Blo
A 11811UTZ 0. it., i detler in Tin, .Copper *and
Sheet;iron Ware,Third street. 13029•10
n.stes. !SANK WILSON. 'H. U. moons.
rfICE, WILSON &ICKIRB, Attorneys at Law
Mee: Rear of the Conrt•ho`nse.
LP. WIMMAN, kansfactore of Boots and
• Shoes. Bridge St.. Bridgewater. (sepnly
Amaim Bridge street, Bridgewater, Ya.,
• Dealer in Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry' and Silver-Ware,Bpectaelea, Ic. Walth
er, Clothe and Jewelry repaired. [feb36'7l;ly
?lAN. • MILLER, Fashionable Tailor. None
ill but experienced workmen employed. Shop
Fridge at., Bridgewater, Pa. febirtlay.
JUBALTO I I3 Shady aide Photograph t llery.
.' second Floor, Danlap's corner, opposite the
toll bridge. aprll•ly
OLTBM, J. C., Market street. Bridgewater,
LU dealer in COAL from Bank at McKinley'.
jr MIST A. C., dealer in Dry Goods. Hats and
11 Cape, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Trimmings,.
Bridge street. ir/910
ILES AI CO., deaiers in Groceries, Pre . one
Quensware, Bridge street. irisrTO
MIILBEI3I 8., dealer Clothe sad
Varlety Goode, Bridge street. jy2F7O
J , J. 'POWER--Cifii_EngineOr Snrreyer.
• Office near Depot, Rochester, Pa. 6-4-tf
. ELIA. P. BRODECIE, Dniggiat dr Pharmacist,
dealer in drop, medicines, perfumeries, toilet
artielesJ chofeebrancia of tObaCCO, cigars, ac- Op
ite depot., Bodo** Pa. dug& 73-1 y
ILL SMITH a CO.. Irea lo Dry bloods, No.
Ilona and Millinery. n it., near Dia
mond. Rochester. Pa. ( illy
jar igNDY. LAPP, Manufacturer and Dealer In
JUL Furednire of all kinds. Brighton st., above
Plow Factory'. Bee adv't. (aepl4;ly
(aAKUBL C. HAMMEN, Druggist Preacrip
-1.3 boas carefully compounded. Water at., Ro
chester. ' (Replay
VT • - A: & Contractors and Builders,
emigrant of Bash. Doors, Shatters, &c.
Deal in Lumber Lath &c. Rochester. fsep2l;ly
Scart, BMWS & WILLIAMS; Successors tog
Lakins & Co., Degas La Sawed and Plan . •
Lumber, Lath £ Shingles, Nadu:tater. eptitly
J RN F., (New Stare ) dealer In Giro
-10 caries, Flour, Feed, Nails, Varieties sad No
tionst.., but ;militias sad /mess prices. .New
Bright4a and WssidagtOlt street*, Rochester.
SF • a BONO, wholaaaloland retaildeal
en ta, Dry- goods, atomism Flours Grain.
Boat Kam, Iron, Nails. Water at. oetT7o
Re: par: atraiIiDS'ORGAION - seperte
,/IaIITKILN • 00.,(eseeeenees teiVetamik. Par
%.J sou Maser) obelus, la Node msgb
sad dressed leeiber. seIVW
• QCNNOPP OHM, asaatietarer Giant dealer in
0. nal (MAW laid WSW kin Ware.:
spouting, ike., attoadoit to. N. York st.
TO -" dealer Csaw • to. OttOotks,
tJ Wan PaperilViado*Shades, Vomits and-Vari
ety e• • sear ER • . KIV,TO
IaTAKIT GRUA& ataaataetarer .aad dsaLer 1111
' Boosts, Shoes, S4pers, Le.. Water it.
AVID ATIGHINBAVGN, man ak .ou(r of Tim,
_Car sad Sbeet Ironware; dealer Id Stamm
Tin StwAag made to order* Water at; eaB'7o
D. CONS, Br late of Darlington
2.‘ • having removed - to Nevr-Drighton offers his
medical services, in all its branches , to the PeoPie
of the city and surrounding country. Office cor
net of Butler and Broadway. atipl.ll4
VISBN= it BINGHAM, Ai 'attract:mere or car
riages buggies, spring-,wagons, bsck-wag
ons load vehicles of every description, Bridge St.
Both practical workmen. Successors to George
ILANGNRCEE dealer in "steles, Clocks
E • bad Jewelq. Repairing neatly executed,
Broadway, near Fails-et. novrll-1y
T .•. IPPERT, Baker & Confectioner; Im
q • s oream, Oystees and Game in season. Balls,
Widdirign, &c., au piled. nova
liVid. WALLACE. Dealer in Italian & American
Marble ; Manufactures Monuments, Grave
stones I slabs at prices. Railroad st.,
near new Depot, - New Brighton. iseo7
& J. SNELLENBERG, Merchant Tanen,-
1.3. Broadway, New Brighton. See adv Lapl4;ly
.. NOSS, Photographer.' Willson`a Block,
LI. Broadway. Beet photographs from re-touch
ed negatives. ' (sepltly
LON (TON 112STAIIRANT and BATING SA.
WM.—Meals at all , houra„ table supplied
with all:the delicacies at the season. Prices low.
William Strickland, corner of Palls and Broadway.
sept9o.ly, , . . • .
"AMY G, generat dealer In Grommet, Feed,
Oneensware, Glass, dm. Rags, Iron and. Ron
taken at highest prices. Railroad at. octill
IZAIBN. WM F., manufacturer-of Caicos and
Confectionaries. Particular attention paid to
partiesand wedding orders. - octrlO
IL LEL AND A. D. Co., dealers In Pan _ as
k3l" Domestic Dry Goods and Grocories,Brwar
ales in e justlycele-
Ttasted Domestic Sewing Ma.shine. Wits
esU and be convinced. Main et, (spfl
STEWARTA SON, , Deakite Itsatee NO. ,
tions, Ic., Main St,. Bower YAM. 14918;1Y,
'MEY BRIM., House and Slim Pidiithhd.
au/ L and Glasing AIL their, branches.
Also Fresco Painting In Oir,Dlatemper and Water
Colors. Orders execnte4 ;molten 1110tiCe_, is OW
best manner and on reasonable _tams. Main St. t
Beaver Falls, Pa.• • • • inevlo.ll.
QtEVJENSON& WITTISH, Land Milne No. i 913
1.7 Penn street. Plttiburglt, Pa.. and Detterirells
IN(? Mr5..01.. Milbser_and deals: Is 'Dm
Notioss, Vieenswareattc. Corne r _
Baker et. setto.
TIIINICAL W. W., manufacture* of and dealer
in 800t5,.-Shoes, Gaiters, Au. Corner - Rice
and Main at's. • • , , • jaaptlirfa
B dealer In MUlinerf,
CLARK Mrs. ~
Goods ant Notions. Maw hti• searlo
LocsBART. DR. J. R.
00 • J., dealer in Drape and Medicines,
Third street. _ • - jy2910
NEW BRIGHTON. C.
-_ _ _
-wl4 , ••
J. M. ittrcautax.
seCO l 7O -. '
wAGGGNER, dealer In gencral Me rchan
• D ry . Goode, Groceries, Queensware, dlt !
Highest ritiaS paid tor country produce. Rii
sold street,Yarrport. u .
TOHN THORNlLEYKanulhaturer of the = o,, A ,
u Republic Cooking Stove. and Patentee, ofW
table extension top and - centre. Fatback pa,
'EMIL BOTT, ARTIST, will give. private 1E1 404
E l i a Drawing and Painting at his res
Roetkeeterja.. In the building knurly oidece,tenpi;l
by N. /Frasier' d e"' i3e24,gta•%
Cum into oar midst at INC
3 DOOll3 WEST OP
au Ytili tin! Amin
IlleCtterre Bank, f t PL
Has opened a Harness and Saddle Store-1p
room 'formerly occupied by Mr. James phill,;
where he is prepared to furnish
And everything usually kept in a iika '
Hamm; and Saddle Store, He le prep .1
Of the corseat wagon Winless to the net eo
harness the world ever saw at very luw prick.
a a X 3 3
Hu been engaged in the manufacture of Holm
and Saddles for upwards of thirty y_ ear s , during
which time he has manufactured Harness and
Saddles that compared with any that was ever pct
on exhibition In America. tarchaiers will do
well to give Min a call before pnrchneng ek e .
J. F. MATO. J. H. MCCRISItt
J. B. aLleitii, Taos. McCann, Cog?
Beaver Savings Bank
THOS. McCREERY & CO.,
EXCHANGE, COIN, COUPON S,
And Bankable Paper. Collections made in e,,
parts of the United States. Special attention to
Collections and Remittances. Interest on time
Deposits. Open from 9a.m.t05 p. m. ijyl7.ll
ALPS INSURANCE COMPAR
OF MilE, PA.
Cash Capital $250,000 00
Asssets. Oct. 9 '7l, 311,948 29
Liabilities, - 5,200 00
0. HOB PreeldenV, J. P. VINCIENT, Vtce Ft.
W. WOOD., Treasures:
Thos. P. Commies, Secretary.
Bon. C) Noble, Brie Htm. Geo. a Deloiterer,
J W BaasMond, do litadville, PL
Hon Seidel" Mania, do Hon J rift:lnk Erie '
Hiram Daggett, do Hoerr Boole rez.
Charles filiteed i , do G T Caurchill., , do
ti S Southard, do Copt, IT S Hichania do
W B Sterrat, . do. Rickard O'Brian, do
II W Noble, do' P 114ibba, da
1 ftgleitart, do John R Cocbran, do
JH. ltdl, de It Ilartlebb, , do
W H Abbott, Titusville. Copt D P Dobbins, do
- • tusville,
Policies issued el. ihit r ates liberal terms
Insures against damage by Ughtaint
_fts well b
Firs._ 2 , 4 • =MI6 B. iIIiIIRM Aft
Rodman. Pa.. Dec. 10. MI; 17
Homes Still Larger
FOR THE MILLION!
Hare opportunities Are now offered br secarig
homes in a mild, laranlsp, and congenial clime,
for oncotbird of their value Asa_years tones.
THE NATIONAL REAL BSTATI AGENCY
hal for vale real estate of every description, locat
ed in the Middle and Southern States; improved
stock. grain and fruit tome ; rice, sugar and at•
ton plantations; timber and mineral lands ; City.
tillage. and rural residence. and bUlifitlB stands,
mins and twill sites, actoriee,
Write for Land Register containing deserighoL
location, price and terms of properties we We
for sale. Addresa—B. W. CIA JUKE a CO.
The National Beal Estate Ageney,
417 and 479 Anoka. Arenas, Washington, D, C .
COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE
SITUATED 14 NILE BELOW BEAVER,
and having a delightfal view of the Ohio ricer
1 mile from R. R. 13ta•
lion; house Melt, two stories high. 4 roome,attic ,
hall, cellar, porch, etc.; all finished; wasb-bonie.
amoke-honse. well of water at the kitchen door,
new barn and stable with cellar. Nice • paling
fentain rroin of rry; all well painted; good
orchard in _ g condition. grapes. Plumb° ,
caudal , gooseberriek, and all kinds of small Ma.
Will Witold on reasonable terms. Apply 0 1 0 6
pratolkes to the owner, J. M. GRAHAMmatS4
Wanted immediately, four active,
to act se Agents for the "NEW"
WILSON SEWING 'MACHINE in this count 7.
Only such men - as can give good reference , as to
character and ability, and furnish a Bond seed
' apply. We will pay guarantud salaries,
o f t Aber'
W annorintons; to proper own. Only such met
as really_dssirs to enter the business need W l l'
Smiwalt A CO., No. 140 Wood St,
burgh. Pa. Duro
AVOID QUACKS AND IMPOSTOR S '
Ho Charge for Ude. sad Ooniultit
„Dr. _Dyad& W
Graduate of Jd'erson
u11501"0141,401111 author of serail nitre
~. be consulted on all diaess
, of to
or Urinary 010ns, (whidrlie has cuule
elliww"► swig) eitherin male or female, no
ter from what mite originating or of now long
standin, A practice of 20-veaus enables bits . „
treat d lsesse with success. Corea guallg gcla- ,
reasmtable. Those tit a dbstaace an ' pr.
cf C r il arnsters describing symptoms and encloill
stamp to prepay postage,
Send t o t the litskte to' HealtA. Price 10 c ent "' ft.
J. 3. DYOTT D Pbyrlcias a:4M °—
fob& 1 /1 I
it,sa V a l
•the d r
at m. 0.
111 thcbsstOemilblemansar and the Wet t
Th. bookioi the' late firm of T. J. CS*
1324 SON ary to lan Itende l _w_Per e
hrm Smut" will Omer cell immedittel7,,
'teat* MR +mese. • • • , AnIyLILT
o 1 ---------------- he Nervous l ff Both Sexes.
The frequent repents o ureters WM ver o
netrilW„, and Weakened' tenditione 'or the efr
tint bp the mom n which restored the pd. I,,,g u i
eu to nesikiih many *ears ego, has aglu
him blink's known publicly, hislntention to be'
eat t 6 re, and ke will therefoce. on receivirg :
post Old directed envetopb. send free sfeha r l i ,
f ony of tee treatise &hallo,' the dlscaverv.,,,, a `;d,
aid pretkription Of the herb& ramedy eloPm
Addrel% JOHN M. DAGNALL. M. l) ~
marls - 6m 31 Clinton Street, Brooklyn. P* '