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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

Zbt Reaver HatHral. The Radical is pubjished.every Friday morning lMhe following rates: •--Jvr Ye mi. (payable in advance,) , $2,00 Smooths, «» fcIi , .. « » « 58 TH8SS ' 05 SffGLE COPIES • v "° Papers discontinued to subscribers at tbe expire aon of their terms of subscription at-the option of fte publisher, unless otherwise agreed upon. Professional or Busines* Cards, not exceedinglO line' of this type, $8,90 per annum. Advertisements of 10 lines or less, »,«) for one insertion, end 5 cents per line for each additional Insertion. < All advertisements; whether of displayed or blaafc lines, measured by JInes;Of thfc typ^. Advertisements by.ttie month, sfloarter or year received, and liberal deductions made in proportion to;length of advertisement and length of time oi Insertion. Special Notices inserted among loca. Items at 10 tents per line for each insertion, unless otherwise arreed upon by the month, quarter or year. Advertisements of 5 lines or less, 50 cents for on...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

PROCEEDINGS OF BEAVER COMVTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. FIRST DAY. The thirteenth annual session of the Beaver^County TeachersV Institute was held in the Court House of Beaver, commencing Monday, the 16th of December, and closing on Friday noon of same week., The attendance of teachers was large. Directors and friends of education gener-. ally were present, and manifested great interest in the proceedings. \. The Institute was called to order by, Prof. M. L. Knight, County Superintendent, and the opening prayer was made by Rev. I). P. L<>wary. Mr. Knight made some remarks, addressed to the teachers present, stating that the Institute for the -time being would be conducted as a Normal school, and insisted on each teacher being punctual and regular in attendance during the session. The Institute was organized by 'electing^. P. Todd, of Bridgewater, Recording, Secretary, and L. Wise, of Industry,; and Mrs. 8. D. Marquis, of Beaver, Enrolling Secretaries. Prof. P. A. All...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

THE FRENCH SPOLIATION CLAIMS. A JUST DUE. " History of These Long-Standing and Dented Debts—Tbelr Origin and Jostire-A Chapter of American History —The Government's Criminal Neglect In the Matter—The Claims Nearly All In the Hands of the Heirs of tbe Original Owners—Remarks of ]Ur. Cameron In tbe Senate In Favor of their Adjustment and Satisfaction. ' - The following speech, delivered in the senate on the 16th ult. by Senator Cameron, on the bill to provide for the adjustment anft satisfaction of claims of American citizens for spoliations ccm mitted by the French prior to the 31st day of July, 1801, will be read with interest by the people of Philadelphia. The bill being before the Senate, Mr. Cameron said: Mr. President: The bill which I iave had the honor to present to the Senate is the same bill that was introduced by the Senator from Massachusetts (Mr. Sumner] on the 9th of March, 1871. Its main feature is, that it provides for the payment to the claimants of the su...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

- COUBTING IN CHICAGO. Chicago has long been notorious for her divorces, but she has not, hitherto, injoyed any speciai;«dil&nction over her sister cities in the lnlltte^ jpi^urtshipj ^A marriage which occurred In that city last week is, however, entitled to notice as showing the strength of affection and long-suffering constancy ofna Chicago maiden, known to her acquaintances and to Mr. Joel H. Wicker, during the course ofa^ven-years1courtshiprasMiss Sarah Golan. It is the old story of a lonely widower and his pretty housekeeper, but the incidents of this connubial voyage are not common toe very-day life, at least outside of .Chicago. Shortly after their engagement the waning infatuationof the lover was manifested in a desire to postpone the wedding-day. This was done until four years had passed away, when another objection presented itself to Mr. Wicker's mind. His future wife must be educated to a standard fitting^he station she was to occupy. Accordingly, a year's ...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

JUDICIAL SALARIES. The New York World makes tbe following pointed comparison between the salaries received by judges in that city, and our national judges: For the nation there are, over all the States, one Chief Justice and eight associates, six circuit judges, and forty-nine district judges (including Territorial and other such magistrates,) making sixty-four judges in all. While for the city" and county there are : 6 Marine Court judges........ $60,000 1 Recorder judge A.¦..... .,j!5#)0 1 City judge. .***•.>«^»§,00D 9 Distrlttlivltjnd^^.^ll 9 District Police judges. .t^.„., '»,d0Cr 6 Superior Court judges.....i WfiOQ 6 Common Pleas judges....... 90,000 5 Supreme Court judges....... 8f,500 43 Total. .-. ...$537,500 „ Let us now inquire what Congress appropriated last year for the salaries of the judicial force of the whole nation; Here it is: r' For Chief Justice $ ~ S.500 For eight Associate justices .:- 64,009 For nine Circuit judges, to reside : in circuit 54,090...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

ftt&fXtttt. 'T'O L E D*> M UT U A L LOTS IKSUKMCE COMPANY, TOLEDO, OHIQ. ORGANIZED IN APRIL, 1872. PAID UP CAPITAL ®±2O,OOO.O0

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

THE "TBIBUNB" TRANSFORMATION. Schuyler Colfax annmei the Editorial Chair—History of the Negotiations. (From the New York "World, 17th nit.) The following is the history of the events which have culminated in the transfer of the editorship of the Tribune to Mr. Schuyler CoUax: On Friday last there was a meeting of the trustees of his paper. When the future course and management came* up for discussion it was found that five trustees were in favor of continuing Mr Whitelaw Reid in the management, and of carrying out the programme laid down by Mr. Greeley during the brief period after the election in which he again exercised the editorship. The other two were in favor of inviting Mr. Colfax to the editorial chair, and of wheeling the paper into line with the administration sheets. The stockholders friendly to Mr. Colfax ] i and his policy, finding that tbe decision was going against them, determined to -h endeavor to get up a combination that iJ Would triable them to carry th...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t^^^^^^"^ Qtf-*;|^;§^ TAMES CALDWELL & CO Invite specitiattention to theuv N JWM^.::§^ocM Pm JUST OPENED. IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS, REPPS AND VELOURS, CA8SIMERES. DBA DEFRANC MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS AND SATEENS, All the new shadeg. t, BLACK ALPACAS AND MOHAIR LUSTRES. BLACK SILK WARP CASHMERES, EMPRESS CLOTHS AND MERINOS. BLACK SILKS, A very targe stock of aU the best makes. A LABOR STOCK OF FANCY DRESS SILKS Atfl per yard. PONSON CELEBRATED BLACKIMANTILLA VELVETS, Black and Colored Velvets for Trimming, &c, BLACK SILK VELVET SACQUES, CLOAKS AND POLONAISE, CLOTH CLOAKS AND SACQUES In great variety. if A large stock of Fashionable Furs, in medium and fine quality. BLACK GUIPUB LACES, BLACK THREAD LACES, BERTHAS AND CAPES. Blankets and Flannels, < CLOTH AND CASSIMERES. The above stock comprises the FINEST IN THE CITY, ' ¦ - ,,¦:,- "V----f- ' ' • XWhich we ojferat the lowest market prices-. '" . i^BM^^^^ deci3-4m . -,:..-. "*-, -> ¦...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

frtltiig. l>pbK AND JOB PRINTING. BETTER BMDldfcWl POWER PRESS JOB PBINTING OFFICE! - THE BEST JOB OFFICE IN BEAVER COUNTY. ' ^\ OFFICE IN • THE "RADICAL BUILDING," CORNER DIAMOND, • } BEAVEE,PA.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

!Lv ¦ .,'-".*87-8.; -,:.,;r. T'"ttt Jtiw X-03tK TllttES, " ;.;.^ "¦ '•'_'¦ ¦';'; ;**•?;.... . ;;.<r*' DAILY, $t0; SEMI-WEEKLY. $3;, WEEKLY. &; llAJtt, WITH StJND^t BDrriON. jfa A Political, Literary .and, JMiflcellaneooa Newe--. ¦ "— pipeK^ ' '=?'¦" -V " A REPUBLICAN ^QUR^AL, ". , Devoted to Reform in Municipal, State, and Gen-• • v_ eral.Opverntoent. ;. THE NEW TORlfwEEKLY TIMES. a paper for the Farmer, a paper fob wk mechanic a paper for the people. IN CLpS OF THlfiit; tL00 PER ANNUM. temi for the, Weekly -Times /fa 1873. One copy, oneyfa**^;••*•i*^"•• *—r* $* I T CLFB BATES: .-? r 1 i (All to one Ppstoffiee address.J ! Five copies fl SO ¦Tencopie*.... -.— 1 25 Twcntp copies, 110 Thirty copies.. ; I 00 And one extra copy to each Club. j For every Clnb of Fifty, one copy of .. THE SEM1WEEKL Y TIMES < To the getter-op of the bfubv 0T*Wben the names of aubscribera-are required to be written upon each paper of the Clnb at ono postofBce addresSi ten cents for ee...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

^^The proprietor ^ has fitted up REGARDLESS OF COST A new and complete PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT RUNNING TWO POWER PRINTING PRESSES, And is prepared todo all kinds of printing - **,-i^A--, - ' ^TitW0^^W bF THE ART, a? good" snd at as « T Utow ^Prices* As can be obtained at Pittsburgh or elsewhere.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

PROFESSIONAL CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILLHEADS, LETTER HEADS, BLANK BOOKS, CHECKS, PROGRAMMES, BLANKS, HANDBILLS, LABELS, ¦ CHECKS, \ DODGERS, NOTES, / / ! TAGS, i > _» &c, &c, Executed on the shortest notice. ¦¦'¦'¦ ¦ ; ¦ ¦;• - \ ^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

; f HE BEAVER RADICAL ISPUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING5 •;i ¦ AT ' - $200 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE ¦¦-{ M.S.QUAX' - - j. - j . ¦-.».¦ v i * Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

VALUE OF TH^ POLICY, Computed in accordance with the rate of j ¦ - ¦ j! Mortality an<t Interest * Which may have been adopted as the standard of the State for the-VALUAT10N OF LIFE FOLIC'?&

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

! Those insured in this Company are permitted to travel by, the usual routes, to or from any port-oc of the Western Hemisphere, north of and including the United States,, or to or from any portion of Europe^and to reside within said limits of,travel. without extra charge. ' AN EXCELLENT FEATURE. UPON SURRENDER OF AX ORDINARY LIFE.POLICY At any time after the payment ot one ONE FULL ANNUAL PREMIUM, i The holder of such policy will be entitled n1)"-"' AS MUCH PAW UP lA'SlWAXer-As any other man of like age can OBTAIN FOR A CASH FREMU'M Equal to the

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

THE TOLEDO MUTUAL WILL ISSUE ALL THB DIFFERENT KINDS OF POLICIES USUALLY ISSUED BY - LIFE INSURANPE COMPANIES, At the usual rates charged by other , V Meltable Companies.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

j ' "</ . OFFICERS. S. H. BERGEN, President, F. J. KING, Vice indent. CHARLES COCHRAN, Secretary. J. F. ARIS, Assistant Secretary. W. W. JONES, Medical Examiuer. WILLIAM BAKER, Attorney j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Hon. W.W.JONES HoX.Ch,SC8lBXsa Mow.C.A.KING, Hon. W. a coi.^ . WM. BAKER, F.J.KJXG. S. H. BE56SN. c. H. COY, C L. LUCE, PERRY CRABBS, J. R. SWIGART, ROBERT CUMMINgs JOHN CUMMINGS. L. T, THAYER. FRED EATON, ? J. R. OSBORNE. WAGER 8WAYNE, CLARENCE MORRIS, J. W. ROSS, B. W. E. KOCH, PELEG T. CLARKE, W.S.WAITE, CHAS. COCHRAN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

FOBNEY ON FOBBST. Tl,e cart.!* Ball, on Edwin Farrwt. ((From the PhiladelphiaPress-J—Seward the statesman, Meade the soldier, Greeley tbe €ditor,a^|oyf P^ 8> tbe actor-each eminent in «* dayand egree,and,at intervals, characters of ex-^ordinary interest-have a* been sueessively eulogized and criticised; and tone more than the htetom man who died yesterday morning; B^moer 12, 1872, about 9 o'clock, in UM^J**** iis age, at bis residence, corner-of ^Brdad and Master streets, in his nativercity of Philadelphia. Few,Jibing or dead, nave passed through an experience more eventful, and none have bo well preserved from first to last his marked individuality. We have known Edwin Forrest for thirty-two years. Our special intimacy with him began when, in 1841, we saw him play Robert T. Conrad' s "Jack Cade," at the Arch street,theatre in this city, under circumstances that made ^ an indelible impression. Forrest was thirtysix, Conrad thirty-four; and the audience were mpr| than ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

The Will of an Unreconstructed Southerner. David Deshier, a wealthy German citi* pen of Tuscumbia, Ala., brought suit against a debtor in this., State several years ago. After remaining in a lower Court for some time, the case was finally appealed to tbe Supreme Court. Desbler died not lung ago, and in his will, written in his Own band, "in Philadelphia, March 8,1870, he designated Gen. John D. Rather as his executor. His suit in the Supreme Court was suspended on account of his death. In order to revive it, Gen. Rather Was required to qualify in this State, as Deshler's executor, and to file a certified copy of the will, which should als*o be recorded in one t>i the Probate Courts. Gen. Rather complied with all these requirements yesterday, before Judge Forriss. The will contains the following clause, which, it is said, will not hold good in law: "Making the exception, however, that any of my said nephews who may have taken an active part, voluntarily, to carry on th...

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