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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

BRADFORD & CO. » PARLOR GEM PIANO. i OR ONE OF TBE CELEBRATED Taylor & Farley Celestes Organs, OR THE BEAUTIFUL VOICED 5" _ ft STERLING ORGAN. Quick Sales and Small Prefix. We guarantee £a=gel! ; I AS GOOD A|N INSTRUMENT As is in the market, at Prices that DEFY COMPETITION. And on terms to suit the purcUas?r, Instruments rented arid-rent allowed to go toward the purchase. Por Catalogue and full particulars call oa or aa dress the Manufacturer'a-General Agents. S. Hamilton & Co., 51 FIFTH AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA nov29-6m.

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

T> OCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Incorporated by the-Legislature of Fenasj!'* ilia. February, 1872. Offleeone door ea-: et ?•»'- e*ter Savings Bank, Rochester, Btia\er i'i«:'i Ptenn'a. People of Beaver ooonty can ao« hme tasi property Insured against loss or d.im:.='f by tire. « fair rates, in a safe and RELIABLE HOME COMPANY. thereby avoiding the expense. t:<"ub •?' avA d^iy incident to the adjustment of los?e? by lomprnr* located at a distance. BOARP-O* DIRECTORS : J. V. M'Donald, (ieorge C. spe>cro: Samuel B. Wilson, Lewis Serinebie;. William Kennedy. John Grwbmu. Marshall M'Donald'. R.B. Edsar. M. Camp, jr.. ' C. B. Hurst. David Lowry, Daniel Br^une:. &EO. C. SPEYERER. 1 r* '¦¦ J. V. M'DONALD. V. ?r-- • H. J. Speterer.. Treas. E. Kelber, Seiry. mri-'j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

FARM FOR SALE. A good farm, situated in Brighton .o*'--•-¦'- Beaver county, 3a.. about six miiea tro.n &">,<1 adjoining lands of Jacob Coon. John N" £j tieorge Dawson, containing ONE HI S^*-1 ; AND SIX ACRES, eighty acres cletrvd ^'-w ;:' good state of cultivation, the balance -*ei. '^^ ed: said farm belonsrinj: to the hvirs ui Vi:. :^ Givan, deceased. The improvements on the jr*-" fcesarea good two story frame dwelling ^-' lSx42teet. containing seven room> and ccl!:ir •¦ barn and stable-, wapon shed, gtam-ry and al. o'- necessarv outbuildings: two never rbr!:ti2 si>r~ of excellent water in the yard, the wiioif tarsi v;_ watered and we'll adapted to either tarm:i:- ^. poses or stock raising. Fruit trees oi at. iW' "• the premises, For further partictilarf enV- i^I. Rnoert Givaa, on the premises, or the .^^J;;",, ed, at his residence in Brighton tc*vii!>h:p. D ^ • county. Pa. CHAR1ES ij^v nov-20-tf. =kx"'" '^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

T1TESTERN SAVINGS BANK, No. 59 FOURTH AVENUE, PifrsiU'^'3. BILLS BISCOUNTED-BONDS AJND LVVW* BOUGHT ANS> SOLD. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSIT* THOMPSON BELL. i»res:ue3--_ DiBKCTOBS—Joseph Dilworth, J. J- O'-'^V^j M. Marshall. Joseph Albree. feb-4'' „

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 3 January 1873

rpHOS. KENNEDY & (h.. ¦"* successors to vrsi. mrECHr.iS1' ROCHESTER, PEN*'A DEAt^RS IK DUCGo, MEDICINES ASD CHEMICAL*- FANCY & TOILET ARTICLE-* SPONGES, ' BRUSHES AND PERFL»SBir' PAINTS, OILS AND DYES. PrescrtptionscarefuUylcompoanded »t »»w vfnatf.-ij

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

She %gaget -JMtflrt. The radical is published every Friday morning .following rates: „„. ove Yr-AR. payable in advance,) »W Six Months, Th#« 05 K1XGT.E COPIES •"•••¦ w Paoer* discontinued t*> subscribers at the expire of their terms of subscription at tbe option of L'Sbiteher. unless otherwise agreed upon. P^reesianal or Business Cards, not exceeding 10 ,u*g of this type, $3,60 per annum. idvertisementsoTlOUues otleas, «W» «"«»¦ insertion, and 5 cents pertoeJor each additional !**gcrtioTi. AlUdvertl8ements,wh%therof displayed or blaah lines, measured by lines of this type. Advertisements by the month, quarter or year received, and liberal deductions made in proportion to length of advertisement and length of time ol Insertion. .,„ Special Notices inserted among loca. Items at 10 cents per line for each insertion, unless otherwise turreed upon by the month, quarter or year. Advertisements of 5 lines or less, SOcents forone insertion, and 5 cents per line for each additio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

P ^nrSiiSGHrFir^AYNE and CHICAGO RAILWAY.—On and after Dec. 23d, 1872, trains will leave stations asfollowe; ~ TRAINS GOING WEST. STATIONS. EXFBtS. HAIL. KXPB'S. KXPB'S Pittsburgh 1.45a* 7.10a* 9.10a* 1.30** Rochester 2.52 8.40 10.25 2.40 Alliance 5.15 11.45 1.30m 5.28 Orrville 6.51 1.45r* 8.07 7.06 Mansfield 8,55 4.22 5.09 9.11 .. r.~aMin» lAr 9.20 5.00 5.40 9.40 Crestline .. ^De 940 6 1QjiM 600 960 Forest 11.05 7.55 7.55 11.16 Lima liM»p* 9.05 9.15 19.17am Port Wayne .... 2.40 11.50 12.05a* 8.45 Plymouth 4.45 3.85pm 3.65 6.05 Chicago .60 6.80 6.50 8.80P* TRAINS GOING BAST. STATIONS. | MAIL KXPB'S. EXPB'S. KXPB'0. Chicago .. 5.15a* 9.20am 5.80pm 9.20pm Plymouth 9.15 I2.02P* 8.55 18.50a* Port Wayne.... 12.20pm 2.20 11.20 8.25 Lima 2.45 4.07 1.18am 6.16 Forest 4.00 5.08 2.27 6.28 „ ,.. J Ar 5.35 6.80 4.05 8.05 Crestline ..VDe 1i80am 6.50 4.15. 8.25 Mansfield 19.05pm 7.19 4.43 8.55 Orrville 2.18 9.20 6.37 11.06 Alliance 4.20 11.00 8.25 l.lOp* Rochester 6.67 1.12am 10.42 3.89 Pittsbu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

[For th&$gaver Radical.] THE FAMILY JEWELS. TRANSLATED FBOM THE QEBMAX OF L. BCHCCEW6. ^m—m— ^— * , t CHAPTER X. In the latter part of September in, Jb£ year 1870, a group of German^fflcers sat in the little terraced garden of ate^taorant in Void—a French tillage, 8itoa$eai« the upper valley of the Meases The Meuse in this neighborhood is a> Itedoe^ stream, having Just sprang frts£; the- irriguoos b,03pmof the Sichefeierg©, to lave, on'nSSSn' bank, tie celebrated Vancouleurst farther on it winds In, a northeasterly direction, forming a bow at whose end lies Hohen Void; then turning again to the north it touches in its eourse Commercy, the ancient seat of the Dukes of Lothringen and Bar, whose lordly castle, with its reminiscences of the good King Stanislaus. Voltaire, and of the "di vine Emilie," the Marquise du Ohatelet, is now a large garrison. Commercy itself was then an important reconnoitering station for the German troops marching from Nancy to Paris; an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

^mtntys. /\ A. S M A L L, ATTORNEY AT LAW, : BEAVER, PENNA. OFFICE IN THE COURT HOUSE. [de20-ly . j.\MKS CAMERON. JOHN Y. MARKS. j riAMERON & MARKS, i .1 TTORNETS A T L4 W AND -REAL ESTATE AGENTS, ~ — R^tiH^STEft^flEf^^ t=! H Will-attend promptly to all "business entrusted to ,4^circare. and have superior facilities for buying and selling real estate. decla ly F. H. AGKEW. " J. M. BTJCHANAHAGNEW & BUCHANAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFICE NEAR THE POST OFFICE, THIRD STREET, BEAVER, PENN'A. oc'U-ly _ / 1 ILBlfRTTTTEBERHART, VJATTORNEY AT LAW. Will "ive prompt attention to Collections. Proc -.ring Bounties and Pensions, Buying and Selling ll'ji! Estate. etc. OFFICE ON BROADWAY, 0;ipo?he K. E. Hoopes' Banking House, NEW BRIGHTON, BEAVER CO., PA fc?p«'72-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

J OSEPH LEDLIE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Office, in the Radical Building,). BEAVER, PA. A bu-iness entrusted to his care will receive !'mi;n attention. dec4, B8:ly I II. M'CREERY, ?J . ATTORNEY AT LAW, THIRD STREET, 'Kim door below the Court House,) j.:-7ii_iy BEAVER. PA. \ LEX. K. McCLURE, f-ATTORNEY AT LAW, U4SOUTH SIXTH STREET PHILADELPHIA. fl ¦ lTHS: y / Central claim agency, JAMES M. SELLERS, 144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET PHILADELPHIA. li'iv.nties. Pensions, Back Pay#Horse Claims, s''¦' Claims. &c, promptly collected. No charge f '• •¦nl'ormution, nor when money is not collected.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

John b. young, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEAVER PA. (,*Ve and residence on Third st.easfrofthe Court How. • . u ATI law business entrusted to my care shall rec°¦'¦•' prompt attention. Also, persons having ''-• V. Estate for sale, and those wishing to buy town f>"i>;>ert)\ coal or farm lands, may save time and m. in.«y by calling: at my ofuce. [apr29'V0 ly. >' ^n<?HAIA SWABTZWELDEE JKO. C. BARB. O WART Z WELDER & BARR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, No. 06 GRANT STREET, PITTSBURGH. [seWTMy JACOB DAVIST^ ATTORNEY AT. LAW, No. 75 GRANT STREET,, (nnsTPMOB.) PITTSBURGH. »W71-6in ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

F. R. MYERS, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. CCLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. R. J On and after Dec. 23d, 1872, trains will leave stations daily, (Sundays excepted) as follows; GOING SOUTH—MAIN LINE. STATIONS. EXPB'S. KAIL. > KXPB'S. I ACCOM Cleveland j 8.30a* 1.55pb 4.00fb Hudson 9.4.T 3.02 5.18 Ravenna 10.15 3.83 5.48 Alliance U110 4.13 6.85 Bayard 11.44 4.44 Wtellsville 1.10pm 6.00 Pittsburgh | 3.40 | 8.20 GOING NORTH—MAIN LINE. STATIONS. KXFB'&I HAIL. KXPB'S. ACCOM. Pittsburgh 6.80am 1.15pm KTellaviire 8.55 3.16 Bayard ilO.SO 4.30 Alliance 111.25 5.10 7.10am Kavenna I 12.12pm 5.48 8.00 iudson 12.45 6.14 8.45 Cleveland ] 1.5^ 7.15 10.00 GOING BAST—RIVER DIVISION. STATIONS. ACCOM. | MAIL. jBXPB'S. ACCOM Jellair 5.45am ( 10.50am 3.35pm Jridgeport 5.55 jll.OO 3.45 itcubenville.... 6.57 12.12pm I 4.45 tfellsvillc 8.15 1.35 ' 6.20 iochester 9.30 2.35 7.15 »ittsbnrgh 10.40 8.40 , 8.20 GOING WEST-RIVER DIVISION. STATIONS. 11 ACCOM MAIL. KXPB'b. ACCOMMHMM^»,.?M£|fc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

PENNSYLVANIA R. R. —After December 22d, 1872, Trains will arrive and depart as follows: EA9TWABD. WESTWABI*. Through Trains Leave Through Trains Arrive Union Depot: Union Depot. Pacific Exp's, 2:50 a m Mail Train^ 1:05 a m Mall Train, 7:45 a m Fast Line. 1:35 a m Chicago Ex 12.20 p in|Pittaburgh Ex. 8.00a m Cincinnati Ex. 1:10 p m Cincinnati Ex. 8:40 a m Phlladelp'aEx. 5:20 p m Southern Ex. 12:40pm Fast Line, 8:50 p m i Pacific Expr's, 1:10 p m local: ; Way Passenger, 9:50 p m Walls No 1, 6:40 am local. Wilkinsb'g Ac !WallsNol 6:30am No 1 7-05 a m Brintoii Ac. Nol, 7:30 a is Walls No 2, 10:20 a miWilkinsburg Ac Wall's No8, 11:45 a mj Nol 8:20 am Wllkinsburg Ac j Walls No 2, - 9:10 a m No 2 2:40 p ni Johnstown Ac. 10.10 a m Walls No 4, 3:20 p m Walls No 3, 1:45 p m Johnstown Ac. 4:00 p m Walls No 4 3:20 p m Brinton Accom- ' Wilkinsburg Ac modat'nNol, 4 50pm No2 4.45pm Brinton Ac. No2 5:40 p m, Walls Ac. No. 5 5:55 p m Walls No 5, 6:15 pm Brinton No 2, 6:50 pm Brinton Ac No3 9:20 p ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

A LLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD On and after Monday, July 15th, 1872. Three Through Trains daily, except Sunday, will leave and arrive at Pittsbureh, city time, for Franklin, Oil City, Buffalo and all points in the Oil Regions, and Western and Central New York. Leave. Arrive. Day Express «Hl8m H5pm Night Express Mpm *•»*«" Mall Train 10.50am 4.45am IstHultonAc M0.*™ H2am 1st Soda Works Ac <M£am HJJ5 ParnassnsAc 11.40am 2 10am Brady.sBendAc |-^Pm W!™ 2dHnitonAc. 522pni t'5ta° 2dSodaWorks Ac ®-2?Pm ^ PS 3d HultonAc 8.60pn f.SOp.mi A special Sunday train leaves Pittsburgh every Sunday at 7.10 a m, arriving at Parker at 1L» am. Returning leaves Parker at 4.40 p m, and arrives at Pittsbaren at 8.35 p m. ^ m ^ ,_ . . Church train to and from Soda Works (Sunday) arrives at Pittsburgh at 8.50 am, and leaves at 12.50 p m. Jt| u^KBltoB, Gen'L Supt. J. H. BRAY, Ticket Agent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

England and BnMla In tbe EaaC. According to a prominent St. Petersburg journal, England has at last raised her voice in protest agaisnt the Russian encroachments in tbe East. It is reported that the British Minister to Rossia.baa notified Prince Grotschakoff that if the troops of tbe Czar penetrate the countries between Ebiva and Afganistan, England will be compelled to interfere for the protection of the independence of the latter nation. Russia berng already in possession of Khiva, a glance at the map will show that there remains bat a small piece of territory between the Russian forces and Afghanistan, and if this'is penetrated, the latter country will then be the only barrier to the northern boundary of British India. England has for a long time contemplated with great uneasiness the rapid approach of Russia towards her Indian possessions; but, true to her modern peace policy, she &as refrained from interference with tbfcse ag-/..^fl0:«A t»n<l thrnatA».^*—fP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

1873, THE NEW YORK TIMES. DAILY, $10; SEMI-WEEKLY. $& WEEKLY. $2: PAILY, WITH SUNDAY EDITION, fl3. A Political, Literary and Miscellaneous Newspaper. A REPUBLICAN JOURNAL, Devoted to Reform in Municipal.^Jtate, and General Government!; THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES! A PAPER FOR THE fARJitER, A PAPER FOR THE MECHANIP, A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. IN CLUTBS OF THIRTY, $1.00"; PER ANNUM. Term* for the Weekly Times for 1873. One copy, one year \.' *2 CLUB RATES: (All to one Postofflce address.) Five eopiea ./;._ $i so Ten eopies 1 25 Tweatp copies ., \ 1 10 Thir ty copies „ 1 00 And one extra copy to each Club. For every Club of Fifty, one aopy of THE SEMI-WEEKLY TIMES To the getter-up of the clad. | gSTWhen the names of subscriber© are required to be written upon each paper of the Club at one postofflce address, ten cents for each copy additiosal to the above rates. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. In accordance with our last prospectus, the specially reduced rates for 1872, viz: Weekly, per y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

PROCEEDINGS OF BBAVBBt COUNTY TEACHERS* INSTITUTE. third day (continued.) Afternoon opened* with music by the choir. Ex-Supt. Wbithani gave hisviews on the subject of School Government) 1st. The teacher should govern himself. As a class we arejtp'prone to become irratable. Sometimes teachers enter the schoolroom- feeling unwell, easily vexed, and consequently impatient. Pupils generally desire to please the teacher; this should be reciprocated. Profs. Dungan, Todd, and Miss Bunn gave their views how they would control whispering and laughing in school. Messrs. HilJman, Dungan and Misses Bunn and Dpnehoo gave their plans in teaching Geography, all agreeing that the entire school should constitute the class. Prof. Allen followed in a brief discourse on the subject of History. He would read a chapter, and teach it topically by writing the topics on the board, requiring pupils to tell what they knew about the lesson, and he would have the whole school study it, not having any sp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

I His. Object. I 1^ { 3 I J S J ^ l Ja ( A doctor was called in to see a patiei whose native land was Ireland, and who|j native drink was whisky. Water wt prescribed as the only cure. »Pat said th| was out of the question ; he never couf drink it. Milk was proposed, and Pa agreed to get well on milk. The doctq was soon summoned again. Near thj bed where the sick man lay Was a tabh and on tbe table a large bowl, and in th bowl was milk, but flavored strongly wit >C ] /. '• D whisky. "What have you here ?" said the dod tor. "Milk, doctor; just what you ordered.' "But there is whisky in it; I smell it.' "Well, doctor," sighed the patient "there may be whisky in it, but milk's m; object." ' .. . gQ LheS nn 8 ¦* A Danbtjby citizen sent over to a neighl bor one evening recently to borrow the Danbury Hews , and was told that he would have to wait until "our Jane, got back from the ball." She was using it as a bustle.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

\^,,: :V/..Jj...^.,l r .v ;.,^^- .. , , ^tajs^ n Invito epecial attenUon to their WM^wj^q 6% :f • .,;-•'.••;¦¦ op • --t ^&ttm& GOODS^ .'-.; JUST OPENE0. IRISH AND FRENCB P0PLLN8, \ REPPS AND VELOURS, -\ CASSIMERES. BRA BE FRANC MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS AND SATEENS, All the new shades. BLACK ALPACAS AND MOHAIR LUSTRES. BLACK SILK WARP CASHMERESJ/ EMPRESS CLOTHS AND MERINOS. / BLACK SILKS/ |A very large stock of all the best makes. A LARGE STOCK OF

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

F A N C Y D R E S S S IL H S At 91 per yard. j PONSON CELEBRATED / BLACK1MANTLLLA VELVETS, Black and Colored Velvets for Trimming, 6c, BLACK SILK VELVET SACdUES, CLOAKS AND POLONAIbE, / CLOTH CLOAKS ANB &ACQUES la great variety/ ' A large stock of Fashionable Furs, in medium and flue quality. BLACK GUIPUE LACES, BLACK THREAD LACES, BERTHAS AND: CAPES. Blankets and Flannels, CLOTH AND CASSIMERES. The above stock comprises tbe FINEST IN TE)E CITY, I / Which we offer at the lowest market prices. 118 & 120 FEDERAL STREET, ^IIMM ^UBBhenxfr^?**--*

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