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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

The Salem Republican of last Friday says: "Rev. Wm.* Lynch, lafce pastor of theM. E. Church in Salem, preach^ a very excellent sermon- to his oil congregation, last Sabbath. H> filled the Presiding Elder's pt«j (Rev. 8. H. Nesbitt.) who could nci be present. Mr. Lynch has many friend In Salem, who were glad to again met an degree t him." Mr. Lynci is the retj efficient Pastor of tbe M. E. Church of Beaver.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

uVeiv Fall Uats, B.muetts, Ribbon. Feathers, Plumes, &c., all the new stria at Bence's, Beaver.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

To Save Money, buy goods of Ribbard, Rochester. sept24->«-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

I Mrs. E. H. Beacom has just-^ ceived and now offers for sale the ebs,1 est and most select assortment of mi* ery ever brought io this market, ffl* prising flowers, Ribbons, ostrich & wings, velvets, pon-pons and velvet fi* straw hats and bonnets. sep.tl'-'1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

See the large stock of clothing^ bard's, Rochester. sePu j l!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

nillinery Goods in large variety at Ij.MjarJ's, Rochester, very cheap. *Hp„4-2w » .V *Irs. Ida Erskine, formerly Miss M ' Veerj, of Baaver, has together with hf-- husband, moved to New Orleans. Wn.ioon the way thither she wrote the ! wing letter to her numerous friends a\ Lf r old home : For the Argus and Radical. St. Louis, Missouri. 1 Monday, Sepiember loth, 1873 j , /'.-ar Friend*: Have you ever given a :a ught to the swallows that have fi-iwn southward when the north wind be,:aii to blow? Flown did I say ? Well we .swallows came another way; we traveled by the bloody Pan Handle road. We left Pittsburgh on Tuesday, at 2:30 r. m. We should have changed cars at C'o:.imbus, but the Conducter neglected tehing us and we were carried on to Xen.a. We were very much annoyed by tbe delay, but since have ascertained that ine b>at we had intended taking bat were too late was burned to the water's edge. We remained in Xenia for two hours, left for Ricb.rn.oad at'5 p. M. Wednes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

A Large Onion.—Mr. Smith Craven, *ho resides iu Darlington township, this coonty, raised from the ^eed this year a *w onion which weighs twelve ounces. we hope to see that "tear bringer" at our ^r this week..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

Cannetton Items—One frost. ! —Plenty of coal land for sale, Youngs-I town Company failed. ; —"Forty hours devotion," held in St. ' Rose's Chapel on last Sabbath. The alter beautifully trimmed with <"ireen House ; flowers. I —Mansfield & Morse have some five ! hundred bushels of choice winter apples ! this year. j —Over four hundred tons of coal are being shipped from this place, daily. —Oue tree fight resulted in five lawsuits, and one person was thrown into the cost of all. —Harvey McMillan, lost a valuable buffalo by eating green corn; weighed when fat, three thousand pounds. —S. Moody <fc Co. have received agencies for the-Star and Anchor lines to Eu rope. —Tattle <fe Girty hav e their;new cannel coal mine in operation. f —Temperance men are quite disgusted with "tampering" with Grand jurors. —Painters' Knob has been disturbing the comet band, and the peaoe ofthe denzens of this place.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

* HEBE AND THESE* •) BY X. TYPO. —The most popular question at present Is, are you going to the fair? —Freedom, so 'tis said, has the largest number of pretty girls of* any town in this county. "And yet we are not happy." —The Presbyterians of Rochester, are at present devising ways and means to erect a church of that denomination In that town. —The reunion and banquet of the Army of the Cumberland are over and Pitts burghers have commenced to "sober up again." —A belligerent individual of the teutonic persuasion, by the name of Leise, who figured aa a witness in a case before 'Squire Marks, of Rochester, on last Saturday created quite a sensation by evincing a disposition to run things to suit himself, or slaughter some nne in the attempt. —We think it is fair to presume that the number of fair ones who will assemble at'Beaver this week to witness the fair, providing the weather is fair, will be fairly immense; and we hope that they will all fare well. —Through the folly of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

Beaver County Oil Men in Luck.—The Messrs. Darragh, of Sharon, who have been operating among the oil wells of Butler county recently, received a telegram last Friday informing them that the workmen at one of their wells had just tapped a 600 barrel well. Of course the Messrs. D. lost no time in going hence to see their prodigy, but as they have not returned, we are unable to say whether the figures ot the telegram have been verified or not.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

To Everybody.—We have the largest stock of men's, youths' and boys' clothing ever seen in Beaver county, Men's overcoats, youths' overcoats, childrens'overcoats. Men's, youlhs' boys' and children's suits, the largest assortment at lower prices than everN Men's, youths' and boys' shirts and nndersplrts, drawers and hose. Men's, youths' bojs' and children's h*ts. Men's and youths' light weight overcoats, boys' ^ school suits and everything tbat is to be found iu a firs t class clothing house. The largest stock of suiting ever brought to Beaver county. Three cutters busy all the time. No order filled short of "one week. Leave your measure now to insure early attention. The people's c'othing house, S. & J. Snellen burg, New Brighton, Pa. (Conservative please copy.)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

Tbe Geneva Award-Facts About tbe Great Bond The bond for 915,500,000, the amount for the Geneva award is held by the Secretary of State in that department, and is not placed for safe keeping in the Treasury, as many supposed. The bond is made payable to tbe order ofthe Secretary of State, and ot course,. no one else could procure any money on It. So far as danger of it being stolen is concerned, official a at Washington have no fear, as it would be of no use to the thief. The bond is for the largest amount of money ever issued by any Government in a single transaction. Photographs of,tbe bond and certificate of deposit were completed at the Treasury Department last week,'and copies sent to the President and each member ofthe Cabinet. . !: I ' . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

UudfveloiMMl Visor. The feeble arid debilltaird usually fancy they are in a motfcliopeless condition than they really are. The resources of nature are not easily exhausted. Even when strength and. appetite fell, when the eyes are_heavy and lustreless, the comdlexion pallid, the nerjres tremulous, tbe boiy at* tenuated, and the mind depressed, there is gener ally a reserve of latent pow«jr behind each palpable evidences of weakness. Various modes o treatment arc resorted to by physicians la the hope ol developing and rendering available this store of bleeping vitality, but the surest, and in-' deed the only thoroughly rafa and reliable means otawakening the dormant energies of the system is a course of Hosteller's {Stomach Bitters. Electricity, shower baths, the flesh brush, sea bathing. &c., may be'wall enough rn their way, as auxiliaries bat they do not reach the soars* of thesviL All -physical debility proceeds either from a derangement of the functions ofthe assim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

MARRIED RENO—STOWE-On the 17th tost., at the residence of the bride's patents In New Brighton, Pa., by Rev. Duvid Jone*. Mr. John Reno to Miss Harriet, daughter of llirain Stowe, esq., all of Beaver county. Pa,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

DIED. v BR1GGS--At the residence of hia< son-in-law (Mr J. W. Hum), in Bridgewater. Pa., on the 22d of September, 1873, Mr. Henry Briggs in the 84th year of his age. JOHNSTON-In Fallston, Pa., on the 21st of. September, 1873, Capt, h P. Johnston, aged about 70 years.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

rpRUSTEES' SALE ~ OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, By virtue of an* order of the Orphans' Court of Beaver county, the undersigned Trustees, appointed by said Court to make sale of the real estate of Jacob Brace, late of said county, dee'd., after proceedings in partition -vill expose to sale at public vendue or outcry, ou the premises, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30ra, 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m., all the following describled Real Estate of | said deceased., situate partly la Moon, and partly in Hopewell townships, Beaver connly, Peuna., bounded and described as follows, to wit; Beginning at a stone, thence by lands of John McCormlck, north 83}$ degs. east, 7036-100 per. to a atone; thence by other lands of aaid deceased, being from part "B" hereinafter described north 15*£ degs, west 148 50-100 perches to a post; thence north 40 degs., east 99 60-100 perches to a po»t at grave yard; thence north 61 degs., west 9 SO 100 perches to a post; thence north 30 degs, east 3 80-100 perches to a post; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

The Announcement last Thursday that tbe New York, Philadelphia, and Washington Banking hottses of Jay^ C03ie<t Co. had suspended caused a fev. eriSb anxiety throughout the whole country. People wondered what would come next. Jay Cooke has been very prominently identified with all of the Govern men t's heavy financial transactions for the last ten or twelve years, and vhen his pecuniary troubles were flashed along the wires on last Thursday noon, it was believed by many that the Nationti Treasury was the heaviest loser. But happily the belief did not prove to be -eil-founded, for later in the day Secretary Richardson caused it to be stated thai his Department would lose little or nothing through Mr. Cooke's misfortaces. The latter believes that his asget* equal his liabilities, and attributes k* present financial embarrassment to ibe ^productiveness of a large number 0! ghares of Railroad stock which he was carrving. On the other hand, many be-\terc that Mr. Cooke is hopeles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

{ £ Whips.—A. McDonald haspurcbataa a fine stock of whips.r manufactured expressly for the home trade, which he of» fers at very low prices. 1 n

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

gtw gtdmtiiwmtBtiS. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. CHAflLES B. HURST, pV ROCHESTER. PA.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 24 September 1873

"POR SALE. A valuable lot and buildings in Rochester, Pa. are offered for aale, Buildings are on« dweilme of eight rooms, all fitted up In complete atyle, THREE LARGE SToRtf.fcOOMS, with large Hall above. Lot fronting 70 feet on the diamond, running back 170 feet toJRailroad street, Planted hi choice bearing fruit trees. AjLSO FOUR VACANT'LOTS fronting on) Beaver River, Just above the bridge -_ 1™. CA-MERON & MARKH. ' w*-lm* Btcheater, P4.

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