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

%m ^fotxiUtrnttifi. LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR LICENSE, MARCH SESSIONS, 1873. HOTELS;.' ;"; .,' David Johnston. Big Beaver township. David Wolf. Rochester borongh. William Bnchler. Rochester, borough. P. Stuffier AC. H. Clark. Rochester borongh. 1 ¦ •(-»•-•• • . ¦ ¦ • ' ¦ ' TRATl VQ HOrJSCS ' ; 0. W. Seely * Jaa,Osbum, Rochester borough. TO YSVPi, LKjrjOBfl IK (JDANWirES NOT IB88 THAH ORB <JT. WITH 0TSS8 OOOHS A HBBCBANDf«*. ; Lamenine LeGoulioh. Phillipcbdrg.borongh. fab9fr8t JOHNffT3AilT» Clerk. STATEMENT OF ROCHESTER IN, SURANCE-C03IPANX - • FgBBOABY 15, 1873. ' ASSETS. "• " " Mortgages and other secnritles, . •:;..... f*»,445 00 Stock Demand Notes 3»,«5 00 CashlnBank .! 15,r.9I 59 Office Furniture 115 57 Commission fo Agents...., «5t> St 'Expemes. Salaries, &c "...», 1,140 13 Cancelled Policies..-? ?....;... 2 50 Premiums in bauds of Agents 432 00 $107,938 13 LIABILITIES. Capita! Stock flOl.fiOO 00 Premiums 7,036 «3 Accrued Interest : 300 00 Commission ....;....

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

Tlie Heir Apparent Showman.— \ 'tie Cincinnati Enquirer says: John i R tfins-oc, Jr., Manager of Old John Rob, j mson's Combination, arrived in this city l&st week, direct from New Orleans, and i is busily engaged preparing (or the arri- , *"&! of his Great World's Exposition, j winch has been making its usual South-j "n tour during the past winter, exhibit- i !rg to an average of ten thousand persons j ujly. Mr. Robinson is purchasing and , '•"ranging a fleet of suitable steamers for ^e purpose of visiting all the large cities fiod towns on the Ohio river, which 'onId, for so large an establishment as fc;s, be inaccessible by any other mode of .*>uveyance in that section of country. \ w* anticipate shortly a solid line of high- f ]y colored posters from Pittsburgh to: '•aim, and tbe river tourists will^ju a; 8"tat degree imagine themselves gazing! 1 the pictured rocks of Lake Superior..5 Jus intelligence will please all residents j J..f'Eg the river, as...

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

CaptaM JotifcKC'Buekley, of Ro- Chester, committed suicide on Tuesday; afternoon about one o'clock at the Re4 Lion Hotel, Pittsburgh. A report lot a pistol being heard, a servant girl ran to see from whence it came and the cause of. it, and was Jiofcii fled tc*4iscofv«sr a inan jn bed, covered with blood, and- holding in bis lifeless hand a discharged Smith''"&. Wesson pistol. pn>js;pereojgf|s fottnrl a letter in an envelope directed to^Irs^N. Sharer, which read as follows : Rochester, February 20,1873. . Louisa LacockjNew Btighto»-rI will be buried at two o'clock to-day1:' v'" John K Buckley.: Other letters showing tfeut deceased 1 was embarrassed financially were also found. ' The Coroner held an inquest on the re-. mains, and. a verdict of death- by suicide; was rendered. On Wednesday the remains were, removed to- Newr Brighton, for interment. Deceased leaves a wife and several children. Mr. Buckley was favorably known in this community, and it will be reco...

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

SPEECH ON TE.-PBRANCB. by db. /. n. mm*. Onnt tulii punctual qui mitcuit utile _ai?i. Te friends of moderation, who think a reform - tion *Or moral renovation, would benefit otir nation. Who deem intoxication with ail its dissipation, , "In every rank and station, the cause of ¦degradation, -Of which yonr observation gives daily demonstra. tion; _. - Who see the ruination, distress, and desolation, The opsn violation of moral obligation, Tne wretched habitation without accommodation, Or any rsgalatioa for common sastsntation, A scene of deprivation, uneqaaled increation—The frequent desecration of Sabbath ordination—'The crime and depredation, defying legislation—The awful profanation of common conversation—The mental aberration and dire infatuation, With every sad gradation, to maniac -desperation. Ye who, with consternation, behold this 'devastation, And ntter condemnation on all inebriation, Why sanction its duration ? or show -disapprobatlon, Or any combination for its ext...

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

! THE WINGED IVAN. ! Fasrlin, the Blrd-Itlan of Auverg_e-A Singular Story. Paris has a Revue des Marveilles, and, if all its articles are as startling as a recent •contribution from the pen of Mr. Harnois Condamine, it certainly has good claims to the title. This gentleman has discovered actual evidence of a new departure among the human race by which a man is eventually to take to himself wings and fly through the air. The application of faith in the Dirwinian theory of theselec tion of species to the phenomenon that Mr. Harnois Condamine describes is all that is necessary to forecast an ostrich like creature as the coming man, half striding, half flying through the world. Tbe addition of wings to women will, of course, | make them angels instead of ostriches. ' It was in the mountains of Auvergne that j the embodiment of the first evidence of the new departure was discovered. His name was Andre Fagtin. He was an athlete, a famous swimmer and a great walker. He appeared to wa...

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

A Bam on the Rampage. The Danbury News says: A retired clergyman sends us an account of a little affair that happened in his place. It appears that there was a young woman, a fine spirited girl, engaged at ft washtub, opposite an open door. Just behind her was a young man, as is generally the case, and in the yard was an old buck that was allowed the freedom of the premises, which is not always the case, we are glad to say. Well, this buck came up to the door and looked in, and the young man going close behind the young woman, pointed his finger straight at tbe buck, and the old fellow recognizing at once the pressing character of this mule invitation, put down his bead and dashed forward, and the miserable man stepped to one side and fled, and the young woman, all unconscious of the arrangements, received the awful shock without warning, and passed over the tub, and the air of an instant appeared to be full of slippers, and wet clothes, and soap, and hot water, and suds. And ...

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

Railroad Earning-. Tbe receipts from earnings of nineteen of the principal railways of tbe country, exclusive of the Pennsylvania, for ^be month of January last, aggregated $7,-398,263. against $7,191,812 from same roads in January, 1872, an increase of $106,451. Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company, covering in its operations a very large area of territory, does not get its returns in and examined as early as do roads more limited in their operations. There is no doubt much more of line of railway in January of 1873 than there j was in 1872, and the increase naturally ! should have been greater than is shown, and would have been but for the severity of the weather, greatly interrupting traffic and travel.

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

The Bepablics of Europe. Now that Spain has cleansed herself of kingcraft, there are six republics In Eu rope: Switzerland, France, Spain, ihe i little Alpine Republic of San Marino, tbe oldest and smallest in the world (twentytwo miles square), which has maintained its independence and lis self government tor four hundred years; also, Andorra, a small republic in the fastness of Pyrenees, between Spain and France, which has maintained its independence and selfgovernment since 1848. Beside these, the three islands of Jersey, Guernsey, and Sark, laying between* England and France, have for many years been virtually self governed. Here we have the "little leaven." How.long will it be before it will affect the "whole lump?" Young ladies should be required to set good examples, because young men would, undoubtedly, follow them. Ikon is said to be a good tonic for { young ladies, but ironing with a little j tincture of washboard, is said to be better.

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

•gits %&vttti$mtvt$. ; ^?amesTEH5^^ Invite special attention to their NEW STOCB= Ot i WINTER GOODS\\ JUST OPENED. IRISHAND FRENCH POPLINS, \ REPPS ANB VELOURS* CASSIfttERES. r , j • " * r : BRA BE FRANC MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS AND SATEENS , All tbe new shades. BLACK ALPACAS AND |MOHAIR LUSTRES BLACK SILK WARP CASHMERES, EMPRESS CLOTH& AND MERINOS.

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

BLACK SILKS, ) A very large stock of all the best makes. A LARGE STOCK OP FANCY DRESS SILKS \ At fjl per yard. r1 ; PONSON CELEBRATED BLACK MANTILLA VELVETS, j Black and Colored Velvets for Trimming, _c, BLACK SILK VELVET 8ACOTJES, CLOAKS AND POtONAISE, CLOTH CLOAKS AND SACQUES In great:variety. A large stock of Fashionable Furs, in medium and fine quality. BLACK GUIFUE LACES, BLACK THREAD LACES, BERTHAS AND CAPES. Blankets and Flannels, CLOTH AND CASSIMERES The above stock comprises tbe FINEST IN THE CITY, Which we offer at the lowest market prices. 118 & 120 FEDERAL STREET, Allegheny City, Penna. declS 4m

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

T>OOTS ! BOOTS !! BOOTS!!! AND SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!! r If yon want to SAVE MONEY, buy yonr Boot?, Shoes, and: Gaiters at 173 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY, 3 doors above Scrapie's Dry Goods Store. Men's Boots, - -• - $3,75 to f5,00 Boys' Boots, . • • - 1.75 to 3,00 Youths'Boots, , - - 1,50 to 2,50 Men's Gaiters, - - • 2.00 to 3,00 Boys' Gaiters, - - - 1,75 to 3,50 Ladles'Shoes. - - - 1,75 to 2,25 Misses Shoes, - • < - 1,50 to 3,00 Children's Shoes, - - 50 , to 1,50 Ladies'Gaiters, - - • 1,25 to 3,50 Misses Gaiters, - ¦ • 1,25 to 2,00 Men's Heavy Shoes, • • 1,25 to 2,00 We have a large stock of Men's, Boys, Youths' Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, at all prices, and a full line of Men's and Boys' Kip Boots on hand; also a large lot of Ladies* Misses* and Children's Fancy Shoes, Button Congress, Serge and Velvet Shoes. Call and examine for yourselves. Don't forget the place. W. C, SLAUGHTERBECK, 173 Federal street, Allegheny. Jal0-6ml 8 doors above Scrapie's Dry Goods Store

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

INSTANT RELIEF FOR THE ASTHMA. Having been afflicted'with that terrible complaint, completely unfitting me for business for weeks at a time, for the last twelve years, and at last found a Remedy that gives INSTANT AND COMPRETE RELIEF, I Tiav» concluded to ha ve it prepared tor sale, so that otb ers similarly _icted can receive the benefit of it, assuring them that It wilt do alt, and more, than U pormisedfor it, tnd that persons once using wU" never be ^without it, as an numerous otherb toht have tried \t can testify ^ -: It can be had at the Drug Stove oi Wnxi__ L. BtrscHUKG, Rochester, Pa., or will be sent by mail to any penc _ enclosing f 1, and ten cents for poetage, and addressing CHAS. B. HURST, novl8'70-ly Rochester, Beaver county, Pa.

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

T3EADY FOR CHRISTMAS. We have received: an elegant stock of WATCHES. CHAINS,; CHAIN AND BAND BRACELETS, DIAMOND PINS. EAR RINGS, STUDS and RINGS, CORAL. STONE. CAMEO, AMATHYST, TOPAZ, ONYX and GOLQ SETS OF JEWELRY. FINE NECKLACES and LOCKETS, SLEEVE BUTfONS, STUDS COLLAR BUTTONS, GENTS'PINS, GOLD AND SILVER HEAD CANES. SOLID SILVER and SILVER PLATED WARE, VASES, TOILET SETS. PARIAN MARBLE AND FANCY GOODS. All suitable for Holiday Presents, and will he sold low at WATTLES & SHEAFBR'S. dec6-lm. 101 Fifth Av., Pittsburgh, Pa. ^"OTICE. j . ¦ 1 In the Court of Common Pleas of Beaver county. No. 257¥ March Tenn,J1873. In the matter of petition of New Brighton Gas Company for incorporation. " January 24, 1873, petition presented; in open court, whereupon the court order the same to be filed and that notice be inserted in the Beaver Connty Press and Beaver Radical, giving notice of this applltation and that the petitioners will be declared a corporation in accordance with the pr...

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

lurttttj** §imtorg. bbavebT^^^^^^ DUNLAP, J. F., Attorney at Law. Office in the Court-house, Beaver, Pa. Ail legal business promptly attended to. mya'TU-iy PURVIS J. H., dealer in Fancy Dry Goods, Choice Groceries, and Notions. (Specialty-Tea and Sugar.) Flour, Peed, and Wooden-ware, corner of Tulrd and Bufialo streets, Beaver, Pa. novlU'71 , MoNUTT, Db. J. S.. Ph_sici_k akdBubosoh. Special attention paid to treatment of *emale Diseases. Residence and office on Third street, a few doore west o£,tbe Cou^*Ho ^4i_1y ALLISON THOS., dealer in Dry Woods and Groceries, cor Third and Elk sts. jy29*7U yNN A., dealer in DryGoods and Groceries. Also Civil Kngineer and Land Surveyor, Third street. J___i°_ CLARK J. B., dealer in Groceries ""-"d J^"}*' Ions, Third street. lywTO SN1TGKR S. ft CO., dealer in Groceries and Pro visions, Third street. BEACOMMm. K. H.„ dealer in Millinery Goode and Trimmings, cor 3d at. and Diamond. jyS? ANDRIESSEN HUGO, dealer in Drugs andMedicinea, 3d at. See adver...

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

Tj*" STRAY STEER Broke into the enclosure of the* subscriber in Brighton township about the 15th of C itoher Inst, a red and white moley steer, supposed to be two years old last spring. The owner is desired to prove his property, pay charges and take him away, otherwise he will be disposed of ns the law for estrays requires. JOHN ANDREWS. Brighton tp.. Nov. 5. 1872,. f\ IRLS WANTED. FTVE FIRST CLASS HANDS ON PANTS AND VESTS. None but first class need apply. S. & J. SNELLENBURG, Merchant Tailors, mar24*71 , Broadway, New Brighton.

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

$Attttox%. « COlTNTYoirBxCElRS ^^"^^ President Judae-A. W. Ache*"8, Associates—MQton Lawrence ^ Joseph C. Wilson. Prothonotwry—John Caughey Oerkof Otmrt-Jobn 0. Hart' Sheriff— John Graebing. R&ster A Becorder-Jituivis Sin»ieton Treasurer—Charles P. Wallace ° Commissioners—Joseph Brittain Samuel Torrence, Clerk Of CommUtSnlr^&igL Uounselto Commissiotners-U^Xu?Q Cbrwwr-Danlel Corbus. Wy IIlCe Auditors—3t#. H. Christy. Smith Cartis. Wm. C. Hunter. Dittnct Attorney—J. H. McCre«.rv Qmuy Surveyor-D. M. Eg Jury Cornmitnoners-jamiie \ ^ck Director* of the A^2JKf&„ ' a«aiuReed. Trustees of Academy-D* ?* ^^* . / ,S. J, Crow, John Murray Samuel MagVw genry Hlcfw« Mattiso D 'S-Vssir

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

TERMS OP COtRT Third Monday of March, second vn«j first Monday of September, and ,eJ°»j^ of J„t November. '^ona MoDflay c) BEAVER. CHURCHES O.S. P-resbyttrlan- -Rev. D "p r Services every Sunday at 11 a \ '«,*^l v""¦ *'¦ -V.-day School at 9 a. m. aLd b '" a. ^ United Presbyterian—hey j (- ,,-.. Services every Sunday at M a « I"1-*'«•.(, Sunday School af 9 a. m. A> "" a"d «h r.£ Methodist £piscopat—Rex Wiiij<lDl ,, , Pastor. Services every Sunday at i iT j ' Lo<io, M. Sunday School at 9 a. h JAS-,and7P Catholic—Rev. M. G.nnkle'p.ic-t s-r • 2d Sunday of each month at iii', nice!eve;] ASSOCIATIONS St. James Lodge A. Y. M., So a' ^s, „ „ W. M J. Morton Hall, Secretarj M^^ day of each month. l* "'Thtij. Occidental Lodge, 1.0. O.F.,Xo 72(u » r „-v N G.. J. N McCreery, Secretary. &e'.*. *' Friday evening. J tLi- ««.j Banking House-Thomas McCreery.

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

FREEDOM. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal Church— Rev.£.B.Web-ter, Pastor. Services every other Sunday at 10^ a. x, and alternate Sundays at 7 p. m. Sunday fechoc! at 9 a.m. ? M. E. German—Rev. Mr. Zerkel, Pastor. Unices, alternate Sundays at 10"^ a. m. Sunday School ati>A. m. ^Presbyterian— Rev. Wortman, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. s-nDdsj School at 9 a. M. German Lutheran—Hey. Mr. Born. Pastor. S«r-' vices every other Sunday at 10 a. m., and altenke Sundays at 2 p. M- Sunday School at » a. m. NEW BRIGHTON'. CHURCHES. Friend*—Meeting at 11 a. m. every Sunday. Catholic— Rev. J. C. Bigham, Pr"ies.t. .services 1st, 3d and 5th Sundays each month at 10ft a. s. Sunday School every Sunday at 24 p. m. Church oj God—Rev. McEee, Pastor. Srvices every Sunday at 10 a. m., and 7 p. m. Isnncbj School at 8K a. m. Baptist—Rev. Dr. Winters, Factor. Services ev ery Sunday at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. "Sunday Schoc! at 8V4 a. H. United Presbyterian—Rev. A. G. Wallace, Past...

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

ASSOCIATIONS. Xew Brighton Lodgt, /, O. G. J.. Ac. .'iul-E. H Alexander, W. C. T., Lydia E. Johuson. W-->- Meets every Thnrsday evening. Robertson Lodge, I, O. 0. I.. So. -tfiO-lle^ Lloyd. N. G., N. G: Taylor, Secretary. Mee'J every Monday evening. Union Lodge. A. Y. M.. Xo. 250-R. L. MacGo* an, W. M., R. Covert. Secretary. Meets 1st and -A Tnesdays of each month. , National Bank Beaver County—.John Miner, nesdent, Edward Hoops, Cashier. Broadvuty. Banking House—R. K. ArH. Hoopes, Broanwsj. Young Men's Ltbraru Association—Joseph &*v ley. President; Iliram Piatt, Secretary. J'^J every Friday evening.

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

A TOUCHING STORE. Tiie following affecting narretive was given by a father to his son, as a warning derived from his bitter experience of tbe-ein of resisting a mother's love and C^unsei : Wba-t agony was on my mother's face when all that she had said and suffered faileti to move me. She rose to go home and I followed at a distance. She spoke to me no siore until she reached her own d '»or. "It is school time now," she said. ,l Go,: my son, and once more let me beseech you to think upon whal I have said." "I shan't go to school," said I. She looked astonished at my boldness, but replied fircily: "Certainly you will, Alfred ! I command you." "I will notj" said I, "you can't get me up stairs." "One of the two things you must do, Alfred^eitber go to «chool tJ*is minute or I will lock you up in your room, and keep you there until you promise implicit obedienee to my wishes in the fu ture.'V "I dare you to do it," I said, "you can't get me up stairs." "Alfred;, choose now," sai...

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