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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

^NIAGARA, "OF NEW TORE. CASHASSETS,:... .'..„ $1,5001,600 ANDES INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI. CACH ASSETS ........:....... $1,500,000 ENTERPRISE, OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. CASH ASSETS, over .................... $600,000 LANCASTER, OF LANCASTER, PA. CASH PAID ASSETS, $240,000 ALPS INSURANCE COMPANY, OF ERIE, PA. CASH CAPITAL » $350,100 Insures against damage by lightning as well as tire. HOME LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF-NEW TORE. CASH ASSETS?:: $8,500,000 TRAVELERS iLIFOND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO., OF HARTFORD, CONN. CASH ASSET9,......... -••.....•..•••• '*E>l,aUu,UuQ Paid losses, s»ice its • rganization, of over $700 aday, for death and injury. Representing the above first class Companies, acknowledged lobe amongst the best in the world, end representing a gross Cash Capital of over Sixteen Millions' of Dollars, 1 am able to take lnsur anco in departments, and Policies issned without delay. Losses liberally adjusted and promptly paid.: Insure to-day. By one days'' negUct or dtlay y...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

'pHE ENTERPRISE Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, i F. RATCHFORD STARR, President THOS. H. MONTGOMERY, V. Pres. ALEX.W. WILTER, Sec'y, JACOB. PETERSON, Ass't. Sec'y. CASHASSETS, $200,000 ASSETS Feb, I»t,»TO, $530,393 14 nB3 INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. Perpetual.and term Policies a . ery liberal rate* and terms. Apply to ' CHAS.B. HURST, Agent, ROCHESTER, PA: apr29'70:ly..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Jfti^eto T^iTHftPi r^^ PUWSAFDORaAN^ No. 118 SMITHFIELD STREET, ^ PITTSBURGH, PENN'A. > -,-"-*:~ ' \ ' * - ' •' " ' ' * , U'vr^, ;'.'ij •-...:-..-¦;-••,.• -;.-". "•>''. ' '• ¦ ^ j ¦'¦ ¦ STAKE AGENT ' - FO R T H EC E L E B R A T ED r , ' - * - . - ' ¦ ¦-!t* AND.""," '"' ' . ¦ ORGAN ¦*:¦» .'. :•;. •¦ ••¦>.r\ - j : ..ii-i->*'?i:}\ii% "•• prSEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. n0v&-3m < -' EOCHESTER PLANING, sisHAND DOORMILLfr MONROE MILLER.:•! W. DOLBY. 'Jf MILLER 4b CO., CONTRACTORS^ AND BUILDERS, Manufacturers of and Dealers in RQWB AJND PLANED LUMBER, DRE8 8BL FLOORING, SIDING , SHELVING^ BAmiira AND 8BINGLE8. ' ROCHESTER, BEAVER COUNTY, PA. dedS'SSjly1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

JOHN PECK, ORNA3IENTAL HAIR WORKER AND HAIR DRESSER, NO. 53 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Ladies waited on promptly at their residences by experienced workwomen. [feb3'71-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

f^ W.MASSEY, CLOTHING CLEANED, DYED AND REPAIRED AT SHORT NOTICE. NO. 74 GRANT STREET, febl0'71-ly ^ '_• PITTSBURGH,_PA. E* M. ELLIS, ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER. OFFICE: RAMSEY'S BLOCK BEAVER FALLS, BEAVER 0O., PA. Plans and Spechicatioha'ior public buildings and private residence. Estimates of the cost ofbuilding, and all business connected with architecture, attended to promptly and satisfactorily. /eb!9'69:ly. > ¦ ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

THE BEAVER; RADICAL. things. Citizens, as they become educated, are becoming rulers, and the world is tending .toward a universal rule ot the people. Republicanism is marching forward on the continent. All things seem to conspire to aid the movement. The German-Franco war established, against the interests of the Emperor of Germany, a Republic in France, which offers more danger to the German throne than did Napoleon himself, and now the abdication of Amedeus shakes the crown —' ¦'» ¦¦¦' " " " " .'L- - _ \ ¦¦ SMITH CURTIS, Bpitob. .BK-A/NEER, I>A... Friday Moraine, February 28, 1873. Too much significance cannot be attached to. th^ young Republic of •Spain. Whether it be a bubble to soon burst, we do npt know, but if it survives long enough to- prove its excellence over other forms of gov--ernment, it will become permanent. An experiment of two or three years would place Republicanism in Spain, as in France, upon a firm; basis, and then the Republics of Europe would v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

As to Investigation. We take the following from Grace Greenwood's Washington correspond- j ence : "One cannot but laugh at beholding alarmed politicians running frantical ly about, crying 'Investigate me! inves tigate me!'—very much as tbe old lady on a steamboat, which had struck a bar, ran from passenger to passenger with a collapsed life preserver about her neck, shrieking 'Blow me up ! blow me up !' Mr. Blaine, who set this investigation ball in motion, must be a little astonished to see to what an avalanche it has grown. In his rencontres with Mr. Job Steven son, I have sympathized with the Speaker, being loyal to the Administration ; besides, he is a friend of mine. I knew him in his days of comparative innocence, when be was in College, and never had seen Washington ; and now, as an old friend, I wish he could attain to the philosophic calm of, say the Sage of Concord, of whom I once heard this little story: lie was one evening discussing among a group of awe struck a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

LOCAL ITMMS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

aqbnts.—C W. Taylor, Beaver Fails- p ?ngh, New Brighton; J. Linnenbrink, Rocheltf i TO ADVERTISERS.-The Be Radical la the most extensively ctr lated Weekly Newspaper in Wcm'0" Pennsylvania. ern Cleveland it. Pittsburgh Railroad Going West-TAaW, 7,48 a. m; Accommoda,', 5,40p.m. " , r ^> Going East— Accommodation, 'j,i9a. m- m* ,37 p. m; Express, 7,07 p.m. "^ ' '" . ¦, .-, »» .¦ j. Arrival and Departure of alalia Western raall leaves at 8 ».m.; arrives atW Eastern mail leaves at 8p.m.: arrives at ».T New Lisbon man leaves every Friday, (iB,^ Monday), at 8a.m.; arrives on Saturday at 5 r .Black Hawk, 8t.Clalr, Clarksoa and New LiX°) W. B. Elliott?. ILLUSTRATED p.W AND8JSKD CATALOGUE, mailed rm to",I applicants. W. R. Elliott, No. 114 Market HtJ ™**^ ^ ^ Jan.3, ;r Physicians will always a-rtaTompiete stock of frcsb and reliable medicines, at the B Drug Store. All officinal prepanilons made^ cording to the new Pharmacopoeia (1873)-a i assortment of Elixirs and new remedies alw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

FROMBARRISBURG. Penn«ylvani«B*ilroad-€»ovemor Hartranft** Flnnnew-Tbe Reading Railroad's BUI Deliated-Seaator Ratan'i Insurance Bill Pawed tbe Senate-Local Option Supplement. Correspondence of the Radical. Harbibbubo, Feb. 24,1878. The event oi last week here, was ihe refusal of the Governor, to sign the bill authorizing the Pennsylvania Railroad to increase its capital to an unlimited extent. The bill passed both Houses without opposition, or a single vote against it, and in fact without tbej attention of the members being directed to it in the least. It was said th» P«Dtwyiirat»ia-foifll;ttarT %> build two additional tracks tbjro%|h frryn Philadelpbla to Pittsburgh, an$5ft large increase of capital was- necessary.: This company now controls and operates onethird of the railroad lines inHhe country, and is such a mammoth corporation it was thought useless to limit their capital, especially as Pennsylvania-cannot be in jured now by any increase. This wasJho view taken...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

A CORRUPTION FCJND AT HARRIS BURG. The Liquor League Willing to Dlatrlbute $',£00,000 Among the Legislatures for the Repeal of. the Local Option Law—Enough Totes Already Seenred In tbe House, but Many of the Senators'Against the Brlbers-Hartranft Fulfilling his Promises to tbe People. [The following, wbich Is from the Harrisburg correspondent of the Philadelphia Press, *hows Ihe condition of Local Option at Harrisburg:] HABmsBtBG Feb. 15,1873. On Tuesday or Wednsday of next week there will be a test struggle on the local option question in the House. The supple mental bill introduced some weeks since, and referred to the Judiciary General Committee, has been held there ever since, in the hope that some arrangement could be made for the defeat of the whole sub ject by the rejection of this supplement and the repeal of tbe original 'aw. The liquor men of the State have raised over $200,000, and the money is now in Harris burg, ready to be distributed for the purpose named. In ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

The Argus Lie Exposed /—The editor of the Argus has interviewed on£ of the Commissioners,and gives as a refi13*t of that interview, that I charged one - " "hundred and fifty dollars for printing tbe November proclamation, and that the Commissioners paid me only eighty, thereby saving the county the amount of seventy dollars. I don't believe any one of the Commissioners ever authorized that stateraent to substantiatethecbarge that I intended to fleece the county out of forty or fiftv dollars, not due me, for work performed. Of course the editor of the Ar gut had some facts from which to construct his gross libel, and to show him up as well as to. vindicate myself, I will state them, not wrested and twisted out of their natural connection, but as they occurred, without any desire of concealing anything, so that the people can judge who has lied in this matter. Sheriff Grsebing ordered the printing of the November r, reclamation in The Radical,'and bandid it in so- as to have fou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

tfodiester'Savingsand Loan As- sociation,-~Th& annual meeting of this Association, for the purpose of electing officers and for submitting the yearly re ports, will be held in the Town Hall, Rochester. Thursday evening, March 13tb» 1873, at 7^ o'clock. .- ¦" '. - The following amendments to the By Laws will be proposed for final consideration at that meeting: .' * ' > That section 14th of the By-Laws be amended to read: "In case the funds of the Association should not be called for by any stockholder, and should remain unproductive for the"spaceof four weeks, it shall beeooie the duty of the -Board of Managers to make such an" investment, of the sime as shall be< in 'flieir." opinion, sifest a^d most to the intere st of the Association : Provided, hoicejter,' that no such investment shall be made without the consent of two thirds of the whole .Board of Managers; and, Provided, further,- that the security demanded shall be the same as that required of st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

A New Spring S-tock at R. Steinfiele'e. Rev. J. L. Fidton, of Mill Creek church, Greene township, has received a call.to the Broadway Street, Baltimore, Presbyterian church. He came from Iowa to Mill Creek in 1869, where he has faithfully-and very efficiently labored until the present, although his health has been poor most of tbe time. He infused new vigor into tbe congregation, gave all bis lime to the church, and received for his services a liberal support. Under bis lead the congregation tore down the old church building, and erected a tine structure, in modern style, in its place. We have not learned whether or not Mr. Fulton has decided to accept the call to-Baltimore, but if so, his Joss will be severely felt at MilluCreek, and all wish, in bis new field'of labor, that he may have as active co-workers and kind friends as he has left behind him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

•m — ¦ A New Spmft& Stock at R. Steinfield's. Fire.—A. dispatch from Mercer dated Thursday, says : :'The bakery and wash house attached to the Soldiers Orphans' Home at this place, took fire this morning at five o'clock. The flames spreading rapidly endangered all the buildings occupi* ed by tbe school. Bells were rung and our citizens, "our bucket brigade" worked heroically and saved all the buildings, except Ihe one in which tbe fire was started. Tbe main building was on fire several times in various places. The school is under tbe superintendency of J. G. White, Esq., and has under its care about two hundred children. It is not exactly known how the fire originated. Mr. White's loss,, over and above insurance, will reach three thousand dollars.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

A New Spring Stock at R. Steinfield's. m Great OU Strike.—The Butler Eagle says.- We are informed by a gentleman residing in Concord township, that an oil strike of a hundred barrel well was made, on the Samuel McClelland farm, in that township, about one mile Northeast of Greece City, last Monday morning. It thus far gives evidence of being one of the best wells in the county. Tbe owners are all Butler county people, and we conerutulate them on their success. Among i hem are several Butler ladies, among whom we may mention Mrs. J. H. Sutton, Mrs. John M. Greer, Mrs. G. W. Fleeger and Mrs. Kennedy Marshall.! Wish our wife had been one of them. The lecture of J-tmes Alexander Mowalt, Jof Dublin, Ireland, on Tuesday evening at the Court House, on the "Poets and Poetry of Ireland," was very slimly attended, partly owing to the fact that it was not well advertised, but we had tbe pleasure of listening to what might have been, under more favorable and inspiring circumstances, a v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

MARRIED. HAGEY-GASTON-By Rev. John H. Angbey, February 20th, 1878, at Wampum, Mr. Charles H. Hagey, of New Castle, and Hiss Florindi Gaston, of Wampum. DIED. WALLACE—At Smith's Perry, Beaver county, February 6th, of typhoid fever, Lizzie Marion, daughter of Rev. J.'B. and Mary Wallace, aged 6 years, 10 months and 31 days. SMITH—In Beaver, Pa.; on Sabbath day, February 23d, 1S73. Rev. James M. Smith, aged 67 years. ., LACOCK—tn Tuesday, February 18'h, 1873, at the residence of her mother in Rochester, Miss Louisa Lacock. DICKEY—In Beaver, Pa., on Saturday, February 22d, 1873. Mrs. Elvira W. Dickey, consort of the • late Hon. John Dickey, aged 69 years. BROWN-In Beaver Fulls, Pa., on Friday, February 21st, 1873, Mr. Samuel Brown, of typhoid fever, aged 30 years. MOORE—February 14, at his residence in Banover township. Samuel W. Moore, at the advanced age of about 7G years. His remains were fo llowcd to the U. P. burying ground of Hanover, on Sbabath the 16th, by a large concourse of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

NEW BRIGHTON GRAIN MARKET, COBIIECTED WEEKIY BY WADE WttSoy White Wheat per bnshel f l 70 Rye " •• go Oats •' •' 55 Corn » no Buckwheat '• 00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

$tw^&vt^ymmt^ torest and claim ol defendant, of, in and tpnll that certain piece, or lot of gronhd, situate in the boro of Fallston. Beaver county. Pa., bounded nnd described as follows: Beginning on the corner of Main street'adjoining hue pf laud of the heirs of Thomas Williams, dec'd.i tlence by said Hue liorth 54 deg. east to ihe wafers ol the Beaver river 1GI feet or thereabouts, therjee up. the bank of said Beaver river 35 feet to tlje corner olHarmony street, thence alonj> said Harmony street 150 feet or thereabouts to Main street, thence along Main street 70 feet or thereabouts to the placeor.begiuning—being fractional lot Ko..l9, as per presen*. borough ptot; on which is erected a one story frame honse containing three rooms; good cistern, fruit trees, &cj..lot'enclosed. . Seized and taken In execution as the property of Bradbnry Whittaker, at the ettit of Edward Evans, use of Harriet Whittaker. ALSO, Ne.». . At the same time nnd place, all rigid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

•O H E R I F F,': SCALES. J Byri-Ir^ne, of sundry vvrits of Venditioni Exponas, Fieri Facias and Levari Facias, issued ont of the&oiirt ofOimmoivPleasof the county of Beaver, and to me directed, there will- be exposed to tmnlfc sale, at the Court House, In the Borough ,OfBeaver,'Beaverconnty, Pa., on •..•v.- SATURDAY, MAEfcHloTB, 1873, at ten .o'clock, a. M.,theifoUqwing properly to-wit: All the right, title, interest and claim of defendant ofylnand to the following property, to-wU : All thiU certain lot or piece or parcel of land situ* ate'iri 1!$or th"Sewlckley, township, county of Bea-YervanoVStata of. Penna#lvanla. bounded and described aa follows, tn-wit: Beginning at the north ¦ jresteotireratia stake, which is also a corner »T thelet sold tp William;>Pester, thence, by. line of said Porter's lot north, 88; j degrees, east 101 88-100 'perches',toa'«take.on tho district line; (land of John R, Shannon,* thenco, by said land and district' '»«o" sonth 1*4' degre...

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