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

;p AGISTER'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the following accounts of Executors and Administrators have been duly passed and tiled in the Register's office of Beaver county. Pennsylvania, and will be presented to the Orphans' Court for confirmation and &1-, lowanie on WEDNESDAY, the 19th of MARCH," A. D. 1873: Final account of Philip Gelbach, guardian of Louisa Bllnn, now Lcnisa Foulk, minor child of Philip Blinn, deceased. Account of Charles Bonio, guardian of Ida C Bonzo, chltd of George A Bonzo, deceased. Account of Robert E Moody, guardian of Wm E Whitebill, son of James WhiteblM. deceased. Account of Thomas Smart, guardian of David S|Miller, son of Jaroes Miller, deceased. Account of W H Frazer, executor of the will of William Hice, deceased.. Account of W H Frazer, administrator of the estate of Wm Ramsey, deceased. Account of Robert Graham, administrator, de bonis nori, of Cornelia A. Calvin, decessed. Account of Emma O'Rourke and James Edgar, administrators of...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

ghe %gawr jtaflital. i The Radical is published every Friday morning j. -he following rates: „_ ike Year, (payable in advance,) $2,00 Ju Months, » " " 1.W TBr-EE 05 K'S.iLE COPIES UO papers discontinued to subscribers at the expira tl0!1 of their terms of subscription at the option of tbe publisher, unless otherwise agreed upon. Professional or Business Cards, not exceeding 10-tae* of this type, $S,90 per annum. Advertisements of 10 liuea or less, f 1,00 for one . lcSertion, and B cents per line for each additional insertion. . , ., _. All advertisements, whether of displayed or blank ,-nes measured by lines of this type. Advertisements by the month, quarter or year re-eived and liberal deductions made in proportion totengtb of advertisement and length of time ol Insertion. Special Notices inserted among loca. items at 10 cents per line for each insertion, unless otherwise agreed upon by the month, quarter or year. "Advertisements °* 5 Une8 or le8S< 50Cent9 fOT°De Inser...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

^ ttormyjs. OA. SMALL, A T T ORNEY AT LAW, BEAVER, PENNA. \>?PUT. IN' THE COURT HOUSK. [de20-ly I i) II N £ AJK I N, ATTORNEiT"%'T LAW/ MAIN ST., BEAVER'FALLS. fjalO'73 ,iA.M.> CAMERON. JOHN Y. MARKS. /1AMERON & MARKS, - ATr6j^M&&AM&£Wi [ AND. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, ROCHESTER, PA., ! Uill attend promptly io all business entrusted to | Vj.ircare. and have sirperior raciliiies for buying !.'j>l ^eliln;: real estate. decl3 ly r H. AGNEW." J. M. BUCHANAN. A GNEW & BUCHANAN, ¦A ! ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tNEAU THE POST OFFICE,) oct4 BEAVER C. H., PA ^ / a ilbe!*t lTIsberhart. VT ATTORNEY at law. \s-\\ "iv« prompt attention to Collections, Pro-: mi;-.' Bounties and Pensions, Buying and Selling !:¦. ,i Krt-ite, etc. " OFFICE ON BROADWAY, (>;»;>,.-ire R. E. Hoopes1 Banking House, NlW BRIGHTON, BEAVER CO., PA ¦ -i"i'V--ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

FROM PITTSBURGH. Temperance meeting at Oily Hall Pittsburgh on Thursday Nlght-Outponrlng of tbe People. Correspondence of the Radical. Pittsburgh, February 28,1873. City Hall was crowded last night by 3D orderly and intelligent audience to hear speeches on the Local Option question. Although the call for the meeting was by the friends of temperance, yet the platform was free, and friends and opponents met to discuss the merits of the measure in twenty minutes speeches;. James Park, Jr., presided, and introduced as the first speaker George W. DeCamp, Esq., who apologized for his inexperience in addressing an audience upon so momentous a question, took strong ground against License, and said the question to be decided was whether the people are to permit the moral and social happiness of a great portion of the community to be destroyed by granting license to sell intoxicating drinks; that he did not profess to be an Able constitutional lawyer, but he did profess to say that no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

'loSEPlf LEDL1E, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ¦ Office, in the Radical Building,) BEAVER, PA. A . hu-ine** entrusted to his care will receive , ""uip: :.::ention. dec4, SS:ly I II. M'CREERY, tl . A T T 0 It N E Y AT LAW, THIRD STREET,"" ¦Firttdoor below the Court House,) i-i'TiMy , BEAVER. PA. / i ENTllAL CLAIM.AGENCY, IAMES M. SELLERS, ' M1SOUTH SIXTH STREET PHILADELPHIA. K"un:•:«.•«: Pensions, Back Pay, Horse Claims, *'>''• '".aim?. Ac. promptly collected. No charge ' • '•.iforir.ation. nor when money is not collected. ¦ , 1-viv.n John b.'youngT^ '"" ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEAVER PA. "S:j and residence on; Third st.eastofthe Court 1: v;ho Ai law business entrusted to my care shall rec'•"¦>' prompt, attention. Also, persons having '•¦'a K«tate for sale, and those wishing to buy town P'uper'y, coal or farm lands, may save tiino nnd n'«iey by calling at my oiuce. (aprW'VO ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

Marshall swinxzwELDEB tso. c. barb. S^YARTZ WELDER & BARE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, N'o. «e GRANT STREET, PITTSBURGH. [*e22"n-ly J acob davis, '. ~ ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 73 GRANT STREET, ' ^.st floor.) PITTSBURGH. ^¦i'l'71-.vm \\EAD BY ~ EVKKYBUUlf, M ?EE BEAVER RADICAL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

^^i'.™ ;.—r;^ » >m - r -wre-,.** ... > — MROMWASSmQTOm [Correspondence of the Radical. ] Washington, D. C, March 4,1878. , Investigations are the order of the day, and tbe present Congress will be known in history as the Congress of Investigations. During the prrserit winter there have been appointed the following committees of investigations: 1. Tbe Poland Committee, by the House to investigate charges against members of Congress for dealings of corruption in connection with the Union Pacific Railroad Company and the Credit Mobilier of America. 2. The Wilson Committee, by the House, to inquire into the state of these companies and ascertain the causes of failure on the part of the Union Pacific Railroad Company to pay tbe interest upon bonds due to tbe United Stales, now amounting to more than rive millions of dollars. 3. In the Senate the Morrill committee. to inquire into the conduct of members of that body in relation to the same subjects. «, 4. The Freling...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

Hew IMveftteroeitl*. T 1ST OF CAUSES For Trial at March Term, 1873. TIR9T WEEK—COMMENCING MARCH 1". Milton Browd vs 8 P Robs J 6 Nye ate vs Jordan C Nye Daniel W Blackford vs Andrew Johnston M H Jones ve John Graebing P H Stevenson vs Henry Cowan Hannah Cheney vs Wm £ Cheney Henry Wagner ve A J Welsh et ak T W Anderson vs Henrici & Lenr. John B McMillcu vs Wm Uarvin Miller, Dobaon & Trax vb Kooken & Brobeck SECOND WEEK—COMMKJCIKB MARCU 34. George Graham ve John Conway et al Jacob SUhl et ax ve James Porter Walter Johnson ve John Wallace DennisLaney et ux vs Milo A Townsend John W Cook et al vs John Allsnouse John W Cook et al vs Magdaline Shrek Isaac A Haney et us vs C W Taylor John D Coffin vs Samuel J Cross W M Duncan vs G L Eberhart Wm P Elliott ve Wm Davidson's admr D Kaine et nx vs Wm Rogers et al Stevenson & Wittish vs F Robinson et a). Commonwealth vs Headland et al John C. Humphrey vs Blake & Fessendca Alex Sickle vs P H Stevenso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

T 1ST OF APPRAISEMENTS. The following appraisements under the Act of Assembly of the 14th of April, 18:17, of property allowed to be retained by the widow or children of a decedent to the value of three hundred dollars, have been filed in the office ot the Clerk of the Orphans' Court, and approved ni»i, viz : Personal property to amount of $175, retained by widow of John Caler, dee'd. Robert Potter, adm'r. Personal property to amount or $3t>0. retained hy widow of Matthias Strohecker, dee'd. George Stroheckcr,adm'r. .«•***. „- . • t Personal property lo amount of ?-2%,3j, retained by widow of Geoure Necly, dee'd. RozettaSbaw, i Personal property to amount of $300. retained by widow of James Porter, deed. J. C Wilson, ex'r. Personal property to amount of f 345, retained by ! widow of Geo Baker, dee'd. L Yandivort, adm'r. ! Personal propcrtv to amount of sjr27(i.lO, retained by widow of ft B' Anderson, dee'd. Tliaukfr.l A i Anderson, adra'x. . Personal property to amount $300...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

Ufa* $&vtxtitmttito. QHERIF P ' S S A L E Ss By virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas, Fieri Facias and Levari Facias, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of the county of Beaver, and to mo directed^ there .will be exposed topublic«d*. at the CoarfrHonse.tn the Borough oTBeave«^a^coanty;;f».,oiB; , SATURDAY, Mjubch 15*H, 1S73, : at ten o'clock, A. *., the following propertyjto-wit: All the right,'title, lnterestand claim of defendant of, in and no tbe following property, to-wH: All that certain lot or piece or parcel of land situ* ate in North Scwlckley township, county of Beaver, and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described a? follows, to-wit: Beginning at the north west corner at- a"-s*aWvwhTch^ii ~also^a corner ~©t the lot sold to Wil.inm Porter, thence by line of taid Porter's lot nonh 88)4 degrees, oast 104 88-100 perches, to a *tafcff on the district IfneV (land of John -R. Shannon,). .thence,. 6/ _eaid land . and dlstriet~1tue eonth 1J4 degree?, e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

____J__^_ . - , i #*ttr mvtWmtsts. terest and claim ol defendant, ef, in and to all th« certain piece or lot of ground. -Htnate in the bo?n of Fallston, Beaver county, ?a., bounded and?* scribed as foilo#fci Beglsang on the corner % Main street adjoiniig line of find of the hein^i Thomas WiWamsy;W«*H tfcence by saUi h«J north&ldeg. east, to^wateri ot tbe BeavsrriT 1C1 feet or thereate^ta thence up the bank of «L Beaver river 85 feet to the corner of Harmon! street, thence along said Harmony street 150f»»; or thereabouts to.Main street, thence alonAt.?. street 30 feet or thereabouts to the place of h^S? niog-fjeU» fractional lot Ho. 19, as per nS; borough plot; on which is erected a one ¦?». frame noose containing three rooms; good cist«7 frnit trees, &e.i lot enclosed. ° c,8,eTa< Seized an* taken In execution as the Drot*ft» „r Bradbury Vhittaker,at the suit of Edwardfiv/n of ase ofiferrtet Wblttaker;- .«•*¦«» »»m ALSO, No.,19. At the sain? iimo and pl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

(.For the Beaver Radical.] THE FAMILY JEWELS. TRANSLATED FROM THB GERMAN OF L. SCHCCKISG. CHAPtBB DC. Max Daveland's fepdy Btfeded rest, 4>nt his mind was in a «instant 'twifl of tantalizing thoughts, ana his steep y»»8 bu» a series of annoyin^rearM. .He was ^n the midst of raging battles; W|s> trying to escape from a hideous monster; then he lost Valentine, whom be wasstriivng to draw from a loathsome abyss; then be beard her piteous call echoing through the subterranean labyrinth. Suddenly he sat upright in bed, and rubbing; his eyes looked around in a bewildered manner. Gradually his senses cleared, and he laid back on bis pillow once more and fell to thinking; thinking of all that had happened through the night. An inexplicable rapture filled his heart as he thought; of Valentine's anxiety for him, of her utter forgetfulness of everything in her fear for his safety. Iq his new found hfippiness Max felt that he would jjladly give all the diamonds of every gr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

V STRANGE MONSTER. jvtoaiitaln People Alarmed and Fortl-. Tying. | jone5boro(Tenn.;) Flag and Advertiser, Feb. 140 A gentleman recently from the Shelton Laurel district of North Carolina, some jnrty miles from this place, informs us ibat the people in that "densely thicketed" country are greatly excited in regard to the appearance, upon several different occasions, and in several different places of a huge mountain monster, tbe species ol which is unknown. Mr. George Anderson, one of the gentlemen residing in tbe Laurel country, being one of the persons who saw the monster, also furnishes as with the following description of it: j was out in the jungle hunting up gome ir.st bogs, when all of a sudden, there came into my path a beast, the appearance of which, Lmust confess, caused me ui quake for the first time In many years. Aside from its strange and unusual appearance, the unearthly yell it uttered on perceiving me, which reverberated and t? reverberated through the forest, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

Tbe Beecher-Tilton Scandal. A Brooklyn Correspondent of the Cin canal i Commercial says : Mr. Theodore TiVon has permitted one or two of his more intimate friends to see and read the manuscript volume which be has written. to: private preservation, about the sooalied "Beecher-Tilton scandal," concerning which the slanderous Mrs. Woodhull tried to raise a social, religious uproar four months ago. It is an elaborate and detailed history of this extraordinary scanda1,involving many curious incidents,implicatirig persons who have not publicly figured in it, covering some ten years of time, with dates, names and circumstances, and elucidating some things which are not likely to be revealed till the Day of Judgment. There are reasons, satisfactory to Mr. Tttton and others, why this manuscript should not be published; and there were reasons why it should ba written and retained in hi? bands. Under the circumstances, it would be manifestly improper for anybody else to make a public ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

Boys, Listen To This. True as tbe gospel is the following, said by Robert Collyer of Chicago: "It is true that tbe working, successful men of to-day were once poor, industrious, self-reliant boys. And tbe same thing will be repeated—for from the ranks of the bard working economical, temperance and persevering boys of to-day, will em anate the progressive prominent men of the future. I "Every man doing any sort of work in Chicago to-day, was raised a poor man's son, and had to fight his way to his place. Not one of them, as I can ascertain, was a rich man's son, and had a good time when he was a boy. All boys should grow as strong as a steel bar, fighting their way on to an education, and then, when they are ready, plunge into life with that traditional half- dollar and little bundle tied up in a red handkerchief, as I have known great men to start. I tell you that in five and twenty years, when most of us that are in our middle age have gone to our retribution, the men of ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

: Falling Over a Wheelbarrow. I ii you nave occasion to use a wbeelbar J row,leave it, when you are through w}th j it, in front o£ the house, with the hand j les toward the door. A wheelbarrow is I the most complicated thing to fall over j on the face of the earth. A man would j fall over one when he would never think I of falling over anything else ; he never j knows when he has got through tailing over it, either, for it will tangle his legs and his arm*, turn over with him and rear : up in front of him, and just as he pauses ; to congratulate himself, it takes a new turn, and scoops more skin <>tf of him, and he commences to evolute anew, and bump himself on fresh places. A man : never ceases to fa 11 over a wheelbarrow! until it turns completely on its back, or brings up against something it cannot up- ' set. It is the most inoffensive looking object there is, but it is more dangerous ; than a locomotive, and no man is secure with one unles* be has alight hol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

4 H. PRANCISCUS&CO., 513 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA. We have opened for the FALL TRADE, the largest and best assorted Stock of . ~ PHILADELPHIA CARPETS Table, Stair and Floor Oil Cloths, Window Shades and Paper, Carpet Chain, Cotton, Yarn, Batting, Wadding, Twines, Wicks, Clocks, Looking Classes, Fancy Baskets, Brooms, Baskets, Buckets, Brushes, Clothes Wringers, Wood- ; en and WiUqio Ware in the United States. Oar large Increase in business enables ve to sell at low prices and furnish the best quality of goods. SOLE AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED AMERICAN WASHER Price $5.50. The Most Perfect and Successful Washer Eter Made. Agents wanted for tbe AMERICAN WASHER in all parts of the State. mar29 3m—sel-3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

FOR DOMESTIC USE. Only Five Dollars! With the Neie Patent Button Bole Worker. The Most Simple and Compact iri^Consl ruction. ' Hie Most Durable and Economical in Use. A Model of Combined S'rength and Beauty. Complete in all its parts, uses the Straight Eye Pointed Needle, Pelf-Threading, direct upright Positive Motion, New Tension, Self Feed and Cloth Guider. Operates by Wheel and on Table. Light Running. Smooth and Noiseless, like all good high-priced machines. Has patent check to prevent the wheel being tamed the wrong way. Uses the thread direct from tbe spool. Makes the Elastic Lock Stitch (finest and strongest "stitch known;) Arm, durable, close and rapid. Will do all kinds of work, fine and coarse, from Cambric to heavy Cloth or Leather, and uses all descriptions ot thread. The best mechanical talent in America and Enrope has been devoted to improving and simplifying our Machines, combining only that which is practicable, and dispensing with all complicated surroundings gene...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

^HE ENTERPRISE j Insurance Co.it OF PHILADELPHIA.; 1 3 j P. RATCHPORD STARR, President. THOa H. MONTGOMERY, Vj Pres. ALEX. W. WILTER, Sec^. I JACOB PETERSON, Ass't. Sec'y. CASH ASSETS, $200,000 ASSETS Feb. lat,'70, *530,393 14 ! PIR1 INSURANCE EXCLUSTEif. j Perpetual and term Policies a ery liberal rate* j and terms. Apply to ' CHAS. B. HURST, Ag«mt, ] ROCHESTER, PA: aprt&'Tfcly. : i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 March 1873

13ITT8BURGH 1 MARBLEIZ^D MANTLE W^ORKS! JAMES O L D, j «« LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Also, RANGES. GRATE«, etc.. and^iartfcnlar attention paid to FURNACES, Public afcd Private Buildings. kiovl-^m

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