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

INSTANT RELIEF FOR THE ASTHMA. Having been afflicted with that terrible com. plaint, completely unfitting me for buslneet for weeks at a time, for the last twelve years, and at last found a Remedy that elves INSTANT AND COMPRETE REL1EF,I Haw concluded to have it prepared for sale, so that oth ere similarly <flucted can receive the benefit of k assuringithem that i< will do all, and more, than ii pormisedfor «,:ind that persons once using wiT never be without it, as its numerous others w/u have tried it can testify. It can be had at the Drug Store ol WixxiaJi L. Bdechusg, Rochester, Pa., or will be sent by mall to any pereo- enclosing $1, and ten cents for post age, andjaddresslng CHAS. B. HURST, novl8'70-ly ¦ Rochester, Beaver county. Pa. JJ EADY FJOR CHRISTMAS. We have received an elegant stock of WATCHES, CHAINS. CHAIN AND BAND BRACELETS; DIAMOND HNS. EAR RINGS STUDS and RINGS, CORAL. STONE. CAMEO AMATHYST. TOPAZ; ONYX and GOLD SETS* OF JEWELRY;iFINE NECKLACES and ...

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

ENTERPRISE SALOON AND J-' RESTAURANT. ' ^PEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. y No. 19 SIXTH ST., (late«. Clair;) , ,w . PITTSBURGH. feblft'iMy KKAL JicCALUON n m a slaY^ ~"~*~ P * E A R L S A L O O N, 1? SIXTH STREET, Pl'11 SBl RGI«,

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

THE- BEAVER' RADICAL. 7 \ - SMITH CURTIS, Editor. *W*—*—¦ II 1 II 1 ! ¦ ! ¦ ¦¦¦ *"' * —¦¦¦¦ I—— ¦ * ' ¦' •''< ^-" '¦¦ ' "" ¦¦¦¦¦¦ ' «¦»—¦¦ I'M— -I ¦ — BEAVER, PA« Friday Morning, 9f arch 7th, 1873. " . Ij THE BALLOT OPEN OB SECRETWUICH ? The Constitutional Convention has adopted an article in regard to Suffrage that provides for the numbering and signing of ballots ^ to guard against fraud at elections. Such a ballot is not as open as viva voce voting, nor as secret as the one in present use; it is a cross between the two. We do not think the people are ready to give up the secret ballot. As far as we have beard an expression of opinion on the subject from persons of both of the great parties, there is a general ^ disapproval of the change. The people have become familiar with secret voting; it is a custom that has become almost a second nature, and-sooner than be divested of the privilege they would, we are confident, reject the whole work of the Convention. The ba...

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

FROM RARRISBURG. George O.Evmn»>» Trial-Local Option Supplement — Dllatorlnes* in tbe House-Strength and Character of the Senate — Political Predictions—nieClnre*s Railroad BUl-Rev. W. H. Locke.: Correspondence of the Radical. Harrisburo. March 3,1873. The case of the Commonwealth against George O. Evans is on trial in the Court cf Common Pleas of this county today. The suit is to recover three hundred thousand dollars appropriated by Evans out of money collected from the General Governmeut. Evans is here and will be examined to-night, bat it is not probable that anything new will be elic ited. The State will get judgment for the money, and that will be the end of it, as he has spent his portion of the money and will not tell with whom he divided. The Attorney General, Hon. Samuel E. Dimmick, and Wayne McVeigh.ably represents the Commonwealth, while Evans is defended by Hon. J. 8. Black, Hon. R. A. Lamberton and L. W. Hall Esq. What became of the money will always be a ...

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

M. REPLY TO "OBSERVBB." Beaver Falls, February 36th. To the Editor of the Radical ; Is alcoholic medication necessary in the treatment of disease ? The friendly challenge to discuss the above question has elicited a prompt response from "Observer." While "Observer" is disposed to take the affirmative of the question he seems to be more ready to criticize my brief article, in which the proposition for a discussion was contained, than to produce arguments to sustain bis views. "Observer" starts out with the presump tion that his previous commmunicalion "does not sit well on the stomach of *T. G.1" lam happy to inform 'Observer" that his communication does not distress my stomach in the least. In tbe first four paragraphs of "Observer's'1 article there is nothing pertinent to ihe question under discussion, therefore I need not lengthen this by any special reference to tbem. I have £>aid that "upon the proper solution of this question turns the great issue of temperance."...

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

^m^mmm— ————m^^^—POLITICAL. —The Kentucky Democratic State Centre! Committee on Friday published a call fir a State Convention, May 1st, to nominee a candidate for State Treasurer. -A. J. Tappleton, Esq., attorney for the Union Pacific Railroad, is tbe author i,i Oakes Ames defence, read before the House. —Alexander H. Stevens returns to public life, having been elected to Congress on the'2Gth ult., to represent the Eighth District of Georgia. A "small vote was polled, and there was no opposing candidate. , —The Pittsburgh Commercial says: The contest for the Massachusetts Senatorial Buccession deepens in interest as the period fixed for the election, draws near. Another candidate has now made his appearance in the field, in the person of Governor Washburn, who is being quietly, though seriously and quite generally talked about as the person upon whom members cvf the Legislature will agree to vote for as a compromise between Messrs. B''>atwell and Dawes. —Governor Hen...

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

LOCAL ITEMS. Ae^m.-C. W. Taylor, Beaver Falls; Evan I'lijjh, New Brighton; J. Linnenbrink, Rochester. TO ADVERTISERS.—The Beaver Radical Is the most extensively circuited Weekly Newspaper In Western Pennsylvania. Cleveland &. Pittsburgh Railroad. doing West—"Mail, 7,46 a. m; Accommodatior : -so p. m. i-oing East— Accommodation, 0,19 a. m; Mail, ,'" p. m; Express, 7,07 p. m. ? ; Arrival and Departure of Mail*. Western jrail leaves at 8 a.m.; arrives at 4 p.m. Elst*rn mail leaves at 3 p. m.; arrives at 9 a. in. New Lisbon mail leaves every Friday, (instead ol .vnesy), at Sa.m.; arrives on Saturday, at 5 p. m. buiCkUawk, St.Clair, Clarkson and New Lisbon.) ? - , Ph>»iciau8 will always find a complete stock of Ircet and reliable medicines, at the Beaver ( Drag Store. All officinal preparitions made ac cording to tbe new Pharmacopoelia (1873); a large fKSortnsent of Elixirs and new remedies always on biioc. Hcgo Andbiesses, Beaver Drug Store. . * ; Notice Extraordina...

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

awpa—^ o ... ¦ ^ ——r A Disease will* a Tbonsand Symptoms. i (Dyspepsia Is the moat perplexing of all human i ailmsnts. Its symptoms are almost infinite in | thefr variety, and the forlorn and despondent Victims ofthe desease often''faticy themselves the prey, in turn, of every known malady. This is dae, in part, to the close sympathy which exjsts between tire stomach and the brain, a«d in past also to the (act that any disturbance of the digestive function necessarily disorders the liver, the ! bowels and the nervous system, and effects; to J some extent, the quality of the blood. A medicine that, like Hostetter's Bitters, not only tones the stomach, but at the same time controls the liver, produces a regular habit of body,; Braces the nerves, purifies the fluids and "ministers to a mind deseaeed," is therefore the true and only specific lorchronic indigestion. Such is the operation ot this famon s vegetable restorative. It not only cares dyspepsia, but abb all concomitant s and c...

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

MARRIED. ABER—WALTON-^-Febrnary 27th, 1873, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Bev. John A. Wilson,' Mr. Olivet; B. A,be« and MlssJBliza Walton, both of Industry, Beaver county Pa. NKW BRIGHTON G«AIN MARKET. COBiaCTED WEBBtV BY WADE WILSOy White Wheat per bnahel.". .f 1 70 Ked do •' " • 1 «3 Rye " " «»" Oats •' k • « Com :* ." J"

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

p E M O V £ D ! GREGG, SON & CO., WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE, PITTSBURGH, PA , Have removed to their new, large and spacious Jour story IRON FRONT WAREHOUSE, x | NO. 159 WOOD STRKKT, - (BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH AVENTJES.) And are now receiving one of the Largest Spring Stocks EVER BROUGHT TO THE MARKET. Buying for CASH, we have advantages to offer t hat CAN'T BE EXCELLED EAST Oft WEST. An examination of oar stock'is respectfully solicited. GRKGG, SON & CO.. 159 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. N. B. Special attention paid to filling orders sent by mall. mar7-8m ^ HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1824 JACOB E. HUELET. ALEX. P. HAY. J VC OB B. HUBLEY & CO., CONFECTIONERS, LADIES' ANB GENTLEMEN'S ICE CREAM AND DINING ROOMS. Library Buildinr, 195 Penn Avenue, PITTSBURGH, PA. [ja^-lm

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

; : *~" ' — PQR SALE OR RENT. The valuable and very desirable large BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, situate on Third street,! in the borough of Beaver, lately owned and occupied by the late Rev. James M. Smith, as a residence. Said house is situated on a corner lot, ISO. by SOU feet. There Is a fine assortment or fruit and shade trefp;. also stable, cieteru, and all necessary outbuildings on said lot. The premises are in a good atate of repair. Those wishing to purchase or rent wilt please call on Mb8. M. McB. SMITH, on the premises, or JAMES CliiUSTY, Shippingport, Beaver couu-¦-'-v-» mar7 3t S EEDS! PLANTS! TREES! PBUPAID BY MAIL. My new priced descriptive Catalogue of Choice Flower ana Garden Seeds, 25 sorts of either lor $1; new and choice varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Shrubs, Evergreens, Rosea, Grapes, Lilies, Small Fruits, Houho and Border Plants and Bo lbs; one year grafted Fruit Trees tor mailing; Fruit-Stalka ol all kinds; Hedge Plants. &c; the most complete asso...

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

¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ SIcuj 3kdvttti$fintitt$. J<0 BOOK CANVASSERS. A. NEW WAY OF MTKNINO k SUBSCRIPTION BOOK. CAN SELL THOUSANDS 11 PLAIN HOME TALK. [s plain tu'-k about the body and Its physical and social needs Dr E. B. Foot*, author of "Medical Common Sense," of No. 120 Lexington Ave., N.Y., who entertains everybody with his pen. and cures averybody by his skill, Is its author. In its thou-*ud pages it answers a thousand questions you ilon't want to £<> to your physician about. It is, as it is stamped upon its cover, "a boot for .private and considerate reading." Price $3.25, and sent, postage prepaid, everywhere. Contents ta- * ble mailed free. Agents wanted. A beautiful original enromo. mounted, "Throw Physic to the Dogs," worth $10.00. goes with the book.|$o chroino without the book. No book witiiont the chromo. Address MURRAY HILL PUBLISHING COMPANY, No. 129 East 28th street, New York. mar7:3w J^ XECUTORS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF JAMES M. SMITH, DECEASED. Letters testamen...

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

, A HERMIT A garter off* Century »«»«»« ©u» Prom Clvlllxatlon. The Pottsville Standard ofthe 21st _H., has the following: Mftnyf ears ago there lived in Phila-_«4p_ia3wo brothers named Harper, who were engaged in business together, and were successful merchants. They lived in luxury, and seemed in the enjoyment of all the blessings of life. One of them finally concluded to go to Europe for a year, partly on business, but as fully as much for pleasure, and elaborate preparations were made for the trip, which was in those days quite an undertaking. At last all was ready, and Mr. Harper took passage for London, where he arrived safely In good time. He Visited the vari-©as countries of Europe, and prolonged bis stay to two years, occasionally hearing from home and gaining assurance that all was well there. At last letters ceased coming, and Mr. Harper, fearing . something was wrong, took passage for Philadelphia, where he arrived to find his brother dead, and himself a ruined man....

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

Fiendish Outrage. . One of tbe most fiendish and unpardonable outrages we were ever called 'to record, was perpetrated %bout a mile below Mercer, on Wednesday afternoon <|f. last week, by a villian calling himself Jim Hanna. He had previously been employed by John Carter as a hack driver, and in company with another driven named Jack Zillafo, went in the direction named, ostensibly to hunt rabbits, bringing up at the house of Miss Eleanore Mathews, a maiden lady, over seventysix years of age, who lives by herself,» short distance from the residence of H. M. Magoffin. Hanna (allied for a cup to get a drink from a spring near by. Returning with the cup, he entered the house, closed.the door behind him, and drawing a large knife, told the old lady that he wanted the balance of that gold—she having been robbed of a small amount a few weeks since, while absent from home. She told him she had none, when he threw her. on the floor, brandished the knife over her and threatened ...

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

Wfcal i Harerfodeed. I have noticed that all men -pea* well of all men's virtues when they are dead, and that tombstones are marked With tbe epitaphs of the good and virtuous. Is there any particular cemetery where the bad dead men arejburied 9 ... -l nave noticed that he who thinks every man a rogue, is very certain to see one when he shaves himself, and be ought in mersy to his neighbor to surrender tbe rascal to justice. I have noticed that money is the fool's wisdom, the knave's reputation, the rich man's trouble, the poor man's desire, the covetous man's ambition, and the idol of ail. I have noticed that whatever is, is right, with a few exceptions—the left eye, the left leg, and the left side of a plum pudding. I have noticed that merit is always measured in the world by its success. I have noticed that in order to be a reasonable creature it is necessary at times to be downright mad. »_ I have noticed that ak we are always wishing instead of working for fortunes we ar...

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

-vtotice: In the Court of Common Pleas of Beaver county, No. 857, March Term, 1873. In the matter of petition of New Brighton Gas Company for incorporation. January 84,1878, petition presented in open court, whereupon the court order the same to be filed and that notice be Inserted In the Beaver County Press and Beaver Badical , giving notice of this applisetioo and that tho petitioners will be declared « corporation in accordance with the prayer of Mid petition, at the next term of court if no sufficient reason be shown to tbe contrary in the meantime. By the Court. • Amen JOHN CAUGHEY, Proth'y. febl4-3t *

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

A very large stock of all tbe best makes. / A LARGE STOCK OP ( FANCY DRESS SILKS Atfl per yard. PONSOJJ CELEBRATED BLACK MANTILLA VELVETS, Black and Colored Velvets for Trimming, &c„ BLACK SILK VELVET SACQUES, CLOAKS AND POLONAISE, CLOTH CLOAKS AND SA0QUE8 Jb great variety. A large stock of Fashionable Furs, in medium and fine quality. BLACK GU1PUE LACES, BLACK THREAD LACES,,BERTHAS AND CAPES. Blankets and Flannels, CLOTH AND CASSIMERES The above stock comprises the FINEST IN TBE CITY, Which we offer at the lowest market prices. 11_ _• 1AA wnnmnAiii OTiuariT, Allegheny City, Penna. decl3 4m

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

BEAVER COUNTY ss: The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania To Thomas J. Power, administrator of tho estate of James M. Power, deceased, Eliza Garber. Matilda Day, W. A. P. Bberhart, Gilbert L. Eberhart, Albert G. Bberhart, Emiline E. Morton, Eleanor M. House, Samuel Owens. Eliza Vardy, LucindaMussfck and Nancy Sawhill, heirs at law of James M. Power. We command you and every and all of yon, that laying aside all business and excuses, yon be and appear in your proper persons before oar Judges of oar Orphans'Court, to be holden at Beaver, in and for the county of Beaver, os tbe THIRD MONDAY OF MARCH next. (1873,) to answer tbo bill or petition of Thoa. J. PowerJr.,for the specific performance of parol contract, entered into with Jas. M. Power, late of said county, deceased, for a lot or piece of ground situate in the borough of Rochester, in said county, and show cause, if any yon have, why a decree should sot be made for the specific performance of the contract, in said petition mentioned,...

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

MOTICE. IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF BEAVER CO., No. », NOV. TERM, 1871. Assignment of James H. Fife and U. W. Parkinson vs. William C. Hillman, Assignee. Interested parties are hereby notified that the account of William C. Hillman, Assignee nnder tbe above mentioned assignment, has been filed in the Prothonotary's office, at Beaver, and that unless sufficient cause to the contrary be shown, it will be confirmed by the Court on the first day ot next Term. feb2l JOHN CAUGUEY, Proth'y.

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

Hn™ \\Al Great Industries OF THE UNITED STATES; 1300 Pages and 500 Engravings! Written by 20 Eminent Authors, including JOHN B. GOUGH and HORACE GREELEY. This work is a complete history of all branches of industry, processes of manufacture, etc., in ail ages. It is a complete encyclopedia of arts and manufactures, and is the most enteitaining and valuable work of Information on subjects ot general Interest ever offered fo the public. We want Agents In every town of the United States, and no Agent can fail to do well with this book. One agent sold 133 copies in eight days, another sold 368 in two weeks. Oar agent in Hartford sold 391 in one week. Specimens sent free on receipt of stamp.

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