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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

:- -. . *V» f^y --—•-».- >. -- *r , jp»(*. ~^-.y-l »-»•-*- - :-- ¦ "¦ ^<3M*'.MKto^yi»j'":' - J^V^T ffy wyyfffjw^^yiwyr'- W ^^^^^TiSTA^LlSHED^iBOO W E £rOH J& GRIP PIT H S, > Minufacturera of Saws, ' SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. CVEBr S4W W1BBANTED. : H FILES, BELTING & MACHINERY. Si ^-LIKERAL lilSOOUNTS. a* ^j eriftlce Llsta and-CircoIa»JlBeg."Tr m w: e l gh & &n msxi hs, IH Bo»u>nv Mart.) dc Petroltt Mteh. Largest OrgauEstaMsbment in theWorld 7 EXTENSIVE PACTORIES. J. ESTET *C COMPANY, Brattleboro,-.7VWjl»-§..A,-;.-..,.: :^,';;.» THE CELEBRATED Estey Cottage Organs The latest and best improvements. Everything that is new and novel. The leading improvements in Organs were introduced first in this establishment. ESTABLISHED 1846. gBfSend for Illustrated Catalogue. „ " ;,

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

ANLY TEN C E N T 8 ! ! I EVERY MAN HIS OWN PAINTER; Or, Paints—How to Select and Use Them A plain treatise, containing sample card with 43 different mctually painted soadca and tlnta, with Uistruc* ions for exterior and interior Honse Deco ration. ;..' . i ^ •2" ) copies, bonniln cloth, for $5. "Sample copies, paper cover, mailed, post paid, to any aodreaa, on receipt of 10 cents, by f te i*nblfaher, HENRY CAREY BAIRD, Box 1634, Post-Office, Philadelphia. See thefolloicing valuable extracts from press not' tcea: ¦ :¦ I 'i "A very valuable book, and no one intending to paint should fail to read it."—JI.-Y.' Tribune. "We did not know so much conld be said on tbe subject of painting a boose until we read this excellent book of Mr. Baird's."—N. Y. Herald. "A want long felt at last supplied."—Scientific American. "Not only a necessity to the painter,' bnt valuable to every occupant of a dwelling.*-'—K. Y. World. *••"- V "Buy 35 copies of this book and distribute tbem among your friends...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

IOC A.L OPTION— Si T J ' "f As viewed by the official orjan of the LIQUOR INTERESTS. Subscription 13 per year; Clubs of 10, iio. Address American liquor Men's Advocate Co., No. 100 Liberty street. Pittsburgh, Pa. I > Y SENDING, only 25 CENTS to JAMES W. L) REMINGTON, at MoundsTillc Marshall Co., W. Va , you will receive by retsrn mall 500 useful receipts. \\rOEKING CLASS-MALE OR FK W MALE. $00 a week guaranteed. Respectable employment at home, day or evening; no capita) required; full instructions and valuable package of goods sent free by mail. Address, with six cent return stamp. M. YOUNG & CO.. IB Cortlandt St., N. Y. ^^ TO <3t*)A Perday! Agents wanted- ! AH npJ iU nP^v classes of working people, of either sex young or old, make money at work for us in their spare moments, or nil the time, than at anything else. Particulars free. Address G. Stissok &Co., Portland. Maine. TTORRIBLE! ~ I suffered with CATARRH thirty years-, and was cured by a simple ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

* flew %&vtftfymi\\\9r WITHK^Y, BUGG.& RICHARDSON, - X4K0FACTUBEBS OP Wooil-Wormi Machinery Generally. Specialties;—Wbodworth -Planing, Tongue ing and Grooving Machines,•Richardson's Pa tent improved Tenon Machines-, &c. Central, cor. Union St., WORCESTER, MASS. 1^7a.wn7a7fflBT./fB.«.BCaOvS.M.JUCBAIU>apil. O TATIONARY, PORTABLE & BLAST ENGINES. Saw Mill. Flouring Mill and Blast Furnace Ma--• - - chinery. H. & F. BLANDY, Newark. Ohio, $f fl fl fl FotSfy^^pBMnd /I I I I I I I Bleeding, itching or Ul-/¦ I I I I I I cerated Piles tint De I I I I I I I Upro's Pile Rk»edt , I I I I I I I falls to cure. It is pre-Xllllll pared expressly to euro Ji \/ V Vthe Piles, and nothing *lse. Sold by all Druggists. Price f 1.00.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

"USE tlie Reisingcr Sash Lock and Support to FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS! No spring to break, no critting of sash; cheap,' durable, very easily applied; holds sash at any place desired, and a sell-fastener when the sash is down. Send stamp for circular. Circular at d six copper-bronzed locks sent to any address in the U; S\, postpaid, on receipt of 50 cts. Liberal indaeeinents i6&u>\tsA&; Agents wonted) Address REISINGKR SASH LOCK CO., No. 418 Market St., Harriebnrg, Pa. DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. , : ESTATE OF JOHN EATON . DEC'D. Letters of administration on the estate of John Eaton, late of Moon township, Beaver county. Pai, dee'd.. having been granted to the undersigned, residing in said township, all persona indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those bavins claims or demands against the same to present them without delay to the un dcrsigned for settlement. NANCY EATON,» . drifr8 "febSlOt JAMES EATON, f AararBS TATEMENT OF ROCHESTER IN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

ffctt %9.wtttimvm. The electors of Darlington township will meet at the Academy in Darlington. ¦¦¦ . r.-The electors ot Big Beaver township will meet at the house of Wm. Miller, in said township. The electors of Franklin township will meet at the house of Mark R. Clark, in said township. The electors, of North Sewickly township will meet at the house Nathan Hazen,on land former* lyof Benj. Chew. ¦' T, . Thd electors of Pulaski township will meet at Daugnerty's school house, No. 4, in said township, ! The electors of Marion township will meet at the house of George Hartzell, jr., in said township. . j The electors of the upper, 6r north ward, in ihe iDorongh of New Brighton wilt meet at the carpenter shop of Thos, Miller, in said borough. The electors of the middle ward of the oorough of New Brighton will meet at the school house, in said ward. The electors of the lower or south ward of the borough of. New Brighton will meet at the car factory, in said ward. The electors of Rochest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

Sm-fyAmtismnfi*. G^TTATMTirFoTrr^^^ ' -61 FIFTH AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, Pa Tlie Oheaput and Best Home in the Cif The Largest and Best Selected stock of Pianos & Organs* TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODy. FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS GET KITU3U \ DECKER & BARNES piano HALLET, DAVIS & CO. PIANO, CRAMER & CO. PIANO, BRADFORD & CO PARLOK GEM PIANO, OR ffSZ OF THE CELEBKAT3D Taylor & Farley Celestes Organs, OR THE BEACTIrTL-VOICED STERLING OKGAN. "Quick Sales om.1 &v<iV Prof's. Wo guarantee to se'.l AS GOOD AN INSTRUMENT As Is in the market, ai Prices 'Itat DEFY" CO M PETIT! ON, - jsaid on terms to suit the pnrtiia«»*r'. Instruments rented and rent allowed tojv iows.d the purchase. f For Catalogue and full particular!? Kii! cjo; aidress the-Manufacturer's General Aje.-.t?. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

&. Hamilton & Co., 51 FIFTH AYENTE, PITTSBURGH, PA nov29-6nk T> O CHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pe:iti*y!*v nia, February, ISTi. Office one d.x>r e;i?t ot Hix.i ester Savings Bank, Rochester. Bearer cotiat.', Ponn'a. People of Beaver county ran now have tfifiproperty insured agaiust losV Or damage by tire. at fair rates, in a safe and RELIABLE HOME COMPANY. thereby awrfdin^ the expense, tror.b'o and tit'-i)' incident to the adjustment of losses by so.-nniT?* located at a distance. board op DinEtTons: J. V. M'Donald, George C. Spey,"ev. Samuel Bv Wilson, Lewis Schneidoc, William iSetenedy. John Grsebvne. Marshall MJDonald R.B.Edgar." M. Camp, jr.. C. H. Hurst. David Lffwry, Daniel Brenne-". GEO. C. SPEYERER. Vr:- \ J. V. M'DONALDs V. Pw'i II. J. SpEYSKER, Treas. E. Kmjset., Sec'y. aag-'.y — • - . g~_ „_

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

Railroads. PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE AND CHICAGO RAILWAY.—On and after Dec. •ild, 1S72, trains will leave stations as follows: TKAJXS GOINGJWEST. ~ STATIONS. EXPB.8. MAI1. "eXPB'bT BXPlFe Pittsburgh 1.45am 7.10am; 9.10am1 1.:»pm Rochester 2.52 j 8.40 10.25 . 2.40 Alliance 5.15 ,11.45 ! 1.30pm 5.28 OrrVillu «.51 1,451 M, :j.07 ^M Mansfield 8.55 4.22 1 5.0J1 9.U Crest line.. fDe 9 4(J 6.10am'„wj , 9 -50 Forest 11.05 7.55 ; 7.55 ill.15 Lima 12.0Spm 9.05 9.15 12.17am Fort Wayne .... 2.40 11.50 12.03am 2.4". Plymouth 4.45 12.35pm 2.55 I 5.15 Chicago 50 6.30 «j.50 ' 8.20pm TRAINS GOLNCIjiASTT^ STATION'S. I MAIL EXPB'arEXPB'B^XPBTs. Chicago I 5.15am, !».20am 5.30pm 9.20p» Plymouth 9.15 :2.02pm 8.55 ! 12.50am"' Fort Wayne .... 12.20pm 2.20 11/20 ; 3.25 Lima I 2.45 4.07 :1.18am1 5.15 Forest 4 00 . 5.08 ! 2.27 ' fi.28 "'e"nme ¦• f Dei 11.30am «.50 4.15 8.25 Mansfield 12.05pm' 7.i<i ! 4.43 . 8.55 Orrville I 2.13 9.20 6.37 ll.f« Alliance I 4.20 ll.OO 8.25 1.)0pm Rochester :| 6.r-7 1.12 am ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

/CLEVELAND.& PITTSBURGH R. R. Vy On and after Dec. 23d, 1S72, trains will leavt stations daily, (Sundays excepted) as follows; GOING SOUTli—MAIN LINE. STATIONS. ijEXPB'8. MAIL. EXPB's. ACCOM Cleveland ' ' 8.30am 1.55pm ; 4.00pm liauson ! 9.43 3.02 ,5.18 K«venna 10.15 3.33 5.48 Alliance ; 11.10 4.13 6.35 Bayard • 11.44 4.44 ! Wellsville ! 1.10p»: 6.00 Pittsburgh 3.4tl | S.20 j _ GOING NORTH-MAIN LINE. STATION'S. j EXPB'S. MAIL. EXPR'S,. ACCOM. Pittsburgh ' 1 ' fi.SrtAM LlaE^, Wellsville I S..V- 3.15 H Bayard I 10.30 4.30 f , Alliance i ' 11.25 S.lfr i 7.10am Ravenna ; , 12.12pm '5.48 , 8.00 Hudson.. ! 12.45 ,6.14 8.45 Cleveland | | t.v> 7.15 liO.fO GOING tfiAST—RIVER DIVISION. " STATIONS. I ACCOM. MAIL. EXPIl'9. ACCOM Bellair j 5.45am 10.50am 3.35pm j Bridgeport 5.55 U.00 ! 3^5 Stcnbenville.... «.5T 12 12pm 4.15 Wellsville 8.15 1.35. (i.20 I Rochester 9.3t"» 2.35 , 7.15 Pittsburgh 10 40 3.10 S.20 _°V^G WESTf RIVERprvisios.' STATlOKs. J ACCOM | MAIL. " EXI-P.'si ACCOM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

CASH GIFTS. 8100,000 FOR ONLY SIO Under authority of special legislative act of tbe itith of March, 1871. the Trustees now announce the THIRD GRAND GIFT CC NOERT. for the benefit of the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY, to come off in Library Hall, at Louisville-, Ky., on TUESDAY, APRIL 8th, 1873. Bt this Concert the best ronsical talent that can be procured from all parts of-the country will add pleasure to the entertainment, and TEN.THOUSAND CASH GIFTS, aggregating a vast total of HALF A MILLION DOLLARS currency will be distributed by lot to the ticket-holders, as follows : , ^ One Grand Cash Gift $100,000 One Grand Cash fc'ift 50.000 One Grand Cash Gift 25,000 Ono Grand Cash Gift •. 20,<00 One Grand Cash Gift ; 10,000 One Grand Cash Gift 5 000 24 Cash Gifts of * 1.000 each.....; 24,000 50 Cash Gifts of 500 "• 25 OUO 80 Cash Gifts of 400 " ^ g^oW) 100 Cash Gifts of 300 " , 30000 150 Cash Gifts of 200 "' t ao'oOO E' .K) Cash tiift« of 100 »¦' , 59 000 9.000Cash Gifts of 10 "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

ELECTION PROCLAMATION. Whereas, by nu Act passed hy ihe Legislature ofthic Commonwealth, it U made the duty of the Sheriff of «ivery county to give notice of an election to be held at tbe time and places of holding election for township and municipal officers of said election districts, for the purpose of voting for or against the Act know as the Local Option Law approved the 27tb day of March, A. D. 1872, which provides as follows.* Sec. 1. Be it enacted, cfcc. That on the third Friday of March, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, in every city and couutv of this Commonwealth, and at the annual municipal elections every third year thereafter, in every such city and county, it shall be the duty of tbe inspectors aud judges of the election in the titles and couuties, to receive tickets, cither written or printed, from the legal voters of said cities and counties, labelled on the outside 'license," and on the inside "for license," or "against license," and to deposit s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

T> & W . J E N rt I N S 0 N - Manufacturers and Dealers in T01ACC0 AND GWARS, 287 LIBERTY STREET. fclrtl-lm PtTTSSf"HCiH. "* o;et an agencv for thk Hew Heeler & WilsdSras Martin*. We are now prepared to,\offt?r moijx i;3.».:••*'• TERM8 ail(l GKEATER IN9aCEM£N.T.& to fcSUAtf.''; men, than ovtr before durjn" our expt-'i'" •; °; FIFTEEN YEARS in she bu?ine«*. No <ap^' required We Hand oli tosstn and cot---' a.'.' ^1'"' at our own expense. Horse, Whgon and 0-"' '' nisned if necessary. Special tsuucEME5i.T3.to men who can ('- '""""J tueiu own teams. Now is the time to -H>pi> -,,J get ready for the Spring trade. WM. SUMN'EU * CO . fcb'21-lm WWoodstreet*. Pittsburgh '' H. *"««sV ¦ PH a TOG RAP II EH T) E A Y E II C O L I, V.v A B A X C» M US ti'J L I ys T ! T rW O^eus its Spring S^.-ivi ON THE FIRST OF AISWL.. -Teacher* of the count;, will Jo »i-i: '" i>"'-*'- pond with the President! ftsbs-*.i»t il T l.-.V'.t'1' JTlU "piUS'tlSG ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

\ The Guide is published Quabtebly. 35 cents pays for tbe year, which la not half the cost Those . who afterwards send money to the amonnt of ohb dollar or more for Seeds may also order 25 cents worth extra—the price paid for the Guise. '¦- The first Nuniberlsbeautiful,giving plans for making Huhal Homes, t>rsi5o Tablk 1)ecobations, VVihdow Gabdeks, Ac.,^nd a mass of in* formation Invaluable to the lover oJTflowere. 180 pages, on fine tinted paper, some 500 Engravings, and a superb Colored Plate and Canoxo Coteb4 The First Edition of 900,000 just printed in Rngr lieh and German. JAMES VICK, ' Rochester. New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

Jhr Reaver Radical. ¦ - - - ¦ - — "TIT j^djcjo, is published every Friday morning ,. .-etollowlngrates: T yeab (payable in advance,) .f2,00 MXi,*™, :.w-i.00 V i n \X COME9 •, • I "* t-soers discontinued to subscribers at tbe expira of their terms of subscription at the option of L?Da'hlisher. unless otherwise agreed upon. Phonal or Business Cards, fot exceeding 10 „,.'« of this type, 18,00 per annum. 1. uern^ment8 of 10 liues of 1688, $1,00 for one * -tion. snd 5 cents per line for each additional "a Advertisements, whetherof displayed or blank .. .',' measured by lines of this type, Advorti«ementa by the month, quarter or year «- >ired iud l*era» deduction* made in proportion to":en?tn of advertisement and length of time oi T^cial Notices inserted among loca. items at 10 c<Vf9"per line for each insertion, unless otherwise treed upon by the month, quarter or year. Advertisements of 5 lines or less, BOcenta forone ,Mertion, and 5 cents per line for each addition...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL BEPOBT. OmcE OF THE PENNSYLVANIA «f"*°*,& \ company. Fhwadelphia, March 10,18.3. ) 7,1 -HF STOCKHOLDERS opthe 10 pennsylvasiaIRailuoad Compact. Your Directors have much pleasure in submitting to you the following very satwactory statement oi the business of i so'-r Riilwivs and Canals for the past I mr: " The earnings of your Railways and a-aicl.es, between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, were : tan P»*eDgen W£<B *> - EmiennlPaaa'g'n 349,00503 . M.iC... *... 154,914 78 • Express Matter....' «».««03 General Freights.. 10,355,891^1 . Wou.Sou.ces. _ aMW™ *!MWB5« KXTESSE9. • ( ..ndnctin; Tnro9, n$4.964.932 75 Motive Power 3,826.940 40 • Maintenance of Cars 1,305.899 83 Maintenance of Road 3,337,734 69 C„,ral Expenses ..J^9_fm7fl4(,73()9 1 -r.in" Net Earnings in 1372 $8,247,882 18 : ,,i fcrmng. of these works hWl ^ ^ ^ W for l«-i.'.".".'.'. '" ."."."";.'.' 32,012.525 S7 Showing tin increase in 1872 of $3,292,688 42 01 t!i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

Tbe Sunny Home. I know a room where sunshine always lingers, and there is a breath of summer and mignonette in the air whenever I think of it. There atired man <Jome8 home, and throws off overcoat auflr bat^ without looking to see whaf bepomiw of them. There is a broad table in the .feM» strewn with papers and magazines, and; women's worsts with a litter of roseUavea dropping over them from a central vase. There is a wide sofa on the days of the Georges, fresh covered in chintz, with ferns and harebells for pattern, and the tired man goes-down there with a great ruffled pillow under his shoulder, opens parcels and letters, drdpping them when! through on the floor, the most natural place fox them: A girl has been painting/ and her water colors and paper lie on a side table, just as. she left them to rash away for an impromptu ride. I have never been able to discover any disarrangement of the household i economy by this flight. Somebody leflf-av-flhawl on a chair. There: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

ON it Htw Qfatxtitrntm. ^ LECTI PROCLAMATION. Whebeas, by an Act passed by the Legislature of this Commonwealth, it is made the duty of the Sheriff of every county to give notice of an election to beheld at tbe time and places of holding election for township' and municipal officers of said election districts, for the purpose of voting for or against the Act know as the Local Option Law approved the 37th day of March, A. D. 1872, watch provides as followe :±,\ *„¦ . /?;¦?> . /?i> >, J^Skc. 1. jktil*en<Kled, idte., That on the •thlrt 'Friday of Kprc%jme thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, Vt every city and county of this Commonwealtltipd at thaannuaj municipatelec-$9118 every th$dj year thereafUli in every Such city and couniktt «ball be^a&gnty of the in* ;spectore and Judges of the electtjm in the cities and counties, to receive tickets, either written or printed, from the legal voters of said cities and counties, labelled on the outsi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

• ¦/¦; ,Vif;. D1VOBCE. A California Hoaban^ who Couldn't Gofc> Sr**p-Too Biaajr In tbe Boom : forCoaafori. A. San fraoeiaco paper geta off tbe following goodiione.: ; Returning.home late ooe night, a man livingt oBiMaeoQ street, disrobed . without lighting. tbe"ga$ and. lay peacefully down beside the ? partner of his joys. SinHng-backrupon the pillow.he straightway Taisedihiniself and remarked r , «*l sagtewtfe, how's your pillow-warm?? ^Whjr, What a foolish: • question?" returned she^'my pillow is all right." '?Is it&alfcwarm?" he asked. ; , "Certainly it is I've had my bead on it lor th^ boors;" , Apparently satisfied, he laid down and; wassitet ft "'-for a time, when a vigor ous nudglbg in the side of his wife proved he bad another idea, -.-: *Tsay,*Wife f" , "Pot "ifoddness sake, what do you ~want?*,'petfula:ntly answered the sleepy dame. <'»•--•- •'I sayf you don't use hair oil, do you?" "Of course not; you know that as well as anybody else. Dof ; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

A MAN-OF-WAtt'S MISSION. Her's is not a yachting trip. She does not idly flaunt her flag. That saucy little symbol was ample enough to «• cover the mere intention of American citizenship when, in the port of Smyrna, one of the mildest-mannered of navy captains, e'eared his ship for action, in the face of largely superior force, and sheltered the poor Hungarian. It has been a very St. Peter's angel to more than one of our countrymen in foreign dungeons. It supports consular authority over tyrannical ship masters and recalcitrant craws. It has saved tbe Feegeean '•miccanninny" from being served up, hot or cold. It has let the blessed air of freedom into many a pent hole that reeked with cargo of pitiable humanity—the "black ivory" of African trade in iron shacklets. In former times it cleared out Southern lagoons and the Antilles of swarming buccaneers; to day it pursues to tbe death the Chinaman with his sMnk-pots and nameless tortures. It restrains alike tbe barbarian and th...

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