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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

USE the Keisinger Sash Lock and Support to FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS! No spriua to break, no cutting of bash; cheap, durable, very easily applied; holds gash at any place desired, and a soU-iusieuur when the sash i* down. Send stamp for circular. Circular a: d sii copper-bronzed locks sent to any address in the I". S , postpaid, on receipt; of 50 cts.. Libeiul iu duccmen's to the trade. Ajrants wanted. Addrt-ss HEISINGKR SASI1 LOCK CO., No. -US Market St.. Harrisburg. Pa. 17 \ l>(Vli?pVl Dealers and Atrenta send for i\.lli*l-1iil»J, «nr Cntaiosue of New Pota-]ih'-. fruit tree?.. Ac. A valuable tnvUk'g. All .uist tree Extra otiVrs U. D. SCOTT & CO., iiuro:;. Oiik>.

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

THE DEITIOCHACY IN TROUBLE. ¦¦ Disheartened by a succession of defeats, i\\l- rumr>r is now that tbe namq.i>f the Democratic party is to be changed and a new set of ideas adopted. Governor Hendricks, of Indiana, a man of more brain and better sence than most of the modern leaders of the Democracy, heads the movement, and is endeavoring to mike it. popular and general. With all his intelligence and eloquence, we doobt .whether he cm bring the old fogies of the party in agreement with him ; and even if he should, we question much whether the change of base would better the prospects of the 'party. It is onr impression that it is so far gone into rottenness, that charco.il and salpetre cannot sweeten or preserve it. It appears that Governor Hendricks has been on a mission to Washington to consult Thurman und other Deinocaatic Senators on the subject. Of this msssion a Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Evening 1'elegraph writes : "The object of his visit...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

ffEMAKEORLYOTlCTLYPOREMOBl White Least, ^^SfejffiSS^ Bed Lead,. jjgj_i_r_l___S__ Litharge,. flg|W_TC^M» Potters'I^-d,«MlUU9 Putty, Y£-___M__-iS_/ Colors. x_5g5BS5y Every kej? of our White Lead bears tbe following warrant, and we guarantee a degree of fineness and whiteness unsurpassed: Pz^>&B^ j >.jy?j;. £&m&i&& % I PACKAGE CONTAINS £ lite Lead _. ..91 parte§> iseed Oil __.... 9 «• p H $28 M GOLD will be paid to any one find-1> jfi ing tho contents of this keg different from the & 2 above analysis. S 2 DAVIS. CHAMBSBS & COvg 3^*r^r^E?_ ^f^^ga^\yrr^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

W [ESTABLISHED !*«).] W.ELCU & GHiFFITHS, . M;innfactnrer» of Sawn.. ifci SUPKIUOK TO ALL OTHERS. ™ RVKOY SAW WAItBANTED. fA FILES, BELTING k MACHINERY, 31 ESTLIRKKAL DISCOUNTS. _gg8 ¦ M j*_Sr"I,rice Lit»t« and Circnlnr* free. ¦ HWELCH & GRIFFITHS Vf BOMfoiif Mn**.) Ac Dfir-oll, !Tllcl*i. Sewing Machine IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD Agents Wanted. Sen I for Circular. Address DOMESTIC SEWINtJ MAOOINB CO.. N. \\

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

jrjhc $eaw $adif»l. ' D ,uckl i" published every Friday morning i Tec Kavha . .^.^I-.owinsrratea: ft.r , oavable in advance,) $2,00 l>s5^ Ar'-^-,. „ ... 1,00 s?M^ .'.'.'.'.".'."....,;. 50 ?iU* , "v.. 05 .¦^lkCopiss.-.- , * discontinued to subscribers at the explra "Spe their lorms of subscriptioa at the option of :;' ' Oilier, unless otherwise agreed upon. "pafeMwnai «r Business Cards, not exceeding 10 ' 'Vfthis tvpe, 5S,«0 per annum. rM^'euts-or 10 Hues or less, *1,00 for one ;^;D;SIld5 ckts per line for each additional *'. *'"dwri wments. whether of displayed or blfflfc ""' mc i-urod by lines of this type ': n'verti-ements by the month, quarter or year "U »a and liberal deductions made in proportion J'n-h of advertisement and length of time ot "-f ^'.Notices Inserted among loca. Items at 10 ^ per "hue for each insertion, unless otherwise ' X-& n,,on by the month, quarter or year. i l-cnUment* of 5 lines or less, 50cent8 forone ,r^.',u. and 5 cents per line for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

•WMfc B&JECTIONS. Craraptagp^.Ohio, April X—Chas. Otis, candidtte for mayor on the citizen's ticket, was tlerted fry about 800 majority over John Huntingdon, republican. The balance of the republican ticket and republican candidates to the Constitutional Con vent ion are elected. CoLUMB^pK, April 7.—The election passed oSi^fj Quietly. The returns come in sojlfciwly (bat anything more than crude.^esses are useless. The indications «Mhat Ball, Democratic candidate for Jfoypr, is elected, and Rickleg and Baber,;botb Democratic candidates for the Constitutional Convention, are probably «ti^d. DATttrnfMir I April 7,—The election passed o£pfc|th<rot excitement. The Democrat^cJIty ticket was mostly elected. The roonMpidjschool board are Republican, i^rfihe Constitutional Convention Clart jDNjmbcrat , and Sbnlfz, Repnblicari, are^pibly elected in Mootgome* ry county^;; j'\- . ¦ . -~r" Cracujiy^April 7.—the election returns of Jto city are coming in very slowly, jpl^mp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

¦ «w CONNECTICUT BtKCTION. Hartford, April 7 —This' City gives Haven, Republican, for Governor, JM4? } Ingersoli, Democrat, 3,612 ,• Smith, Teniperance, 27; against last year, Jewell, Republican, 3,481; Hubbard,"Democrat, 2,-439 ,• New Brittain gives Haven ;821, Ingersoli 954, Smith 54 ; against Jewell 936, Hubbard 554. Returns from thirty eight towns ioot up Haven 11,088, Ingersoll 11,509; tbe same towns last year gave Jewell 12,339, Hubbard 11,661. The choice of Governor by the people is doubful. Hawley, Republican, for Congress in this district ^ is elected by about 1,400 majority. Later—Starkweather Republican, for Congress, in third district, is undoubtedly re elected. General Hawley runs about 1,600 ahead of the Republican State ticket in his district, and is elected by about 1,800 majority. Last fall he had 633. Injrersoll, Democrat, is elected Governor by the people by 2,000 to 3,000 majority. The Legislature will be close. Latest—In tbe second Congressional district...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

¦ — ¦ -J ¦ RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION. When the public finds that it takes four bushels of wheat to pay for the transportation of a fifth bushel from the producer in Iowa to the consumer in New York, and nearly the same proportion for every ton of coal brought from tbe coal-fields of Pennsylvania, naturally enough, the question whether this is necessary acquires a great importance. From the railroads themselves it is difficult to get a definite answer to this question. The railroad trade has sis- secrets, like any other which those who make their living there, from are loth to disclose. Fortunately however, we have tbe authentic calculations which will show what is really the cost of railway transportation. In 1863 a report was made by the Board of Trade, ~ in London, England, from tbe return* made to Parliament by ail the railroads in the United Kingdom of their expenses for that year. This average wa»2s» Id. (say 62 cents) per mile for each train, including "goods, coal and ot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

Terrible Storm lu Iowa. A Burlington telegram of the 5th says: The most terrible rain, hail and wind storm ever known here came at a minute's notice this morning, creating fearfu havoc and loss of life. The storm struck the city on West Hill, tearing the roof from one of the school houses and descending thence through the business portion of the city. Buildings were unroofed and agreatdealof damage done. The most horrible part of the catastrophy was tbe destruction of T. N. Pond's butter and egg depot, on Jefferson street, and the death of seven persons. The house was blown down and twenty-five persons were buried beneath the ruins. Mr. Pond and three others were taken out dead, and nineteen others were rescued, more or less injured. Mr. Pond was a young man of great promise, who had built up a large trade, and was well known throughout the State. The wife and two children of Mr. Stefger, a German schoolmaster, who lived in the house adjoining, were killed by the falling of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

uCblne««-«Ue*{^ Labor."1 Believers in the importation of Chinese as a solution of the much vexed an<J imperfectly understood labor problem, will now have to look elsewhere for a panacea for the ills of the system. We now have it on the authority of the New York Ml* ktiji that the experiment of substituting Mongolian for home and European workmen has very generally proved a iailtsre, the only exception thus far being at North Adams, Massachusetts. Various reasons are given to account for the miscarriage of the scheme. The Chinaman, it is said, is liable to in-fimities and weaknesses the same as bis European a^d American competitors- Jn spite of bis apparent docility he manifests a lamentable proclivity for the highest wages going, and to check this tendency a system of issolation and seclusion from outside influences is necessary. Intelligent whitemen and shrewd Yankees are disgusted at their keenness in making a bargain,, and the growing difficulty, of overreach- * in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

CON'TJEi&rX'S: Page y.:« isujiSRoirs ~ • • t r.-::,l!( 9 l-.bU' omits- ¦ 3 Si:Ti.w.a. Political & CoBRESPOSDKSCB 4 ; ix.u. * Nkw» Items '•—5 I:,: ationai. A: Scientieic 6 AliHC'.'.'iTUIUL ' Vr-CILLANEOO 8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

^FllE OCEAN TRAGEDY. \ Terrible Disaster-Seven Hundred Uves Lost-Tue Chief Officer's Actonm-Tlie All-BespoiwlbJe Cornwallin i fa bin Pasfcenger^s Tale-What so old Sea Captain Says. Halifax, K. S., April 2.—J. W. Firthi c&wf officer of tbe Atlantic, in reply to a reporter's inquiry, made a statement, t» ..'isiance as follows: "My-watch ended : \i o'clock on Monday night. The sec •-..; and fourth officers took charge, and I *-trMo my berth. I was aroused by the -.-rk of the vessel striking. The second '1 \>r came down to my room, and said ".-ship was ashore, and he was afraid . -> wa* gone. I put on a few articles of ¦ . iim^, got an axe, and went on deck i u;:u the boats. The ship had careened '"\: before I reached the deck. I cleared M-. stuboapd boats. Just then a -heavy ;-> swept the boats away. I was holaing ^-'.'. i the mizzen-mast rigging, and now ' "J* I higher for safety. The night was * : irk, ami the spray blew so thickly that ¦ •- f ni'.'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

TURNING THE TABLES Breakfast had just been cleared away and the little sitting-room was Very bright and cheerful in the yellow flood of the April sucshfnf. There were pots of purple-blossomed vviolcts in the win. - dow seat, and a blue ribboned guitar lying on the sofa, and bv>ks piled on tbe table, and close by the fire Mrs^ H*ven bad seated herself \t her desk to write some letters. She was a trim, compact little woman, with bright brown hair, and eyes to match, and a resolute mouth that some how carried out the expression of a nose thafour French neighbors phrase" "re trousse." Mary-Haven had a character tbat you might-see at a*distance. A&shesat there selecting her-r^en, and screwing the silver top of her inkstand, tbe door opened very softly, and a round, full moon face appeared. "Mrs. Hiven, mem, if you please." "Yes," said M iry Hiven, descrying at once by tbe infallible barometer of a woman's ear the rising thunder storm ic the domestic atmosphere belo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

Anecdote of Thiers. A very amusing story is going tbe rounds oi Paris now, said to have been told of himself by President Thiers at <$t& of his last receptions. M. Thiers was welking one morning lately alone in the new camp which he has established near Versailles at Ville neuve'I Etang. He saw a soldier stationed on guard and at the moment vigorously engaged in eating bread and cheese. "Good moralag, mon garcpa," said M. Thiers. "Good morning, ma petite vieille," (my little'old woman) replied the soldier. "Eh loien! You don't get tired.do you, of your cimp life ?" "Tbat depends on the hour. At present not. I am eff duty and am eating my bread and cheese, as you see. "And the camp bread, it's godd, isn't it? I find it far superior to that they gave us before." . : "Tiens! Do you eat it ? What are you, then? Are you an oil merchant or a hospital mrse?" "Better than that." replied M. Thiers. "Bah! Then you're a second lieutenant." ,~ "Better than that." "Captain...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

T>OOK AND JOB PRINTING. hEAffkR RAQICJlLtl POWER PRESS JOB PRINTING OFFICE ! ; THE BEST JOB OFFICE - ' - ¦ "' ,. . ' ' IN BEAVER COUNTr. OFFICE IN THE "RADICAL BUILDING," CORNER DIAMOND, BEAVER,PA, The proprietor bas fitted up REGARDLESS OF COST A. new and complete - PRINTING EST A U L teUMENT t - \ .... \ RUNNING ; « TWO POWER PRINTING PRESSES, And Is prepared to do all kinds of printing IN TBE BEST STYLE OF THE ART a? good and at a? tow Prices' As can be obtained at Pittsburgh or elsewhere. :1 t, PROFESSIONAL CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, BLANK BOOKS, CHECKS, ! PROGRAMMES, BLANKS, HANDBILLS, LABELS, CHECKS, DODGERS, NOTES, TAGS, &C, &c., t'xcctUuc! on t'ac ^hottest notice. THE BEATEK RADICAL JS Ft'JiLISUJiD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT *-uo i/ER Annum, in advance. J S. RUTAN, Proprietor.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

gjii . - .< -V_£/T'5ti^/^r"£_\^<^'A^<^r^^ o H^JriLTON, ¦yV:Y- : V.^r . '' -.''¦ ' , " 51 FIFTtt jaYBi{UB,PITXSBUBGU, PA. : ' " -t<v"^«"*"- i'i ¦ •-OH"-^s£?-. ' . -£*%, The Clxapest o>nd Best Rouse in the Cxly. r ;T!ue Ingest; atid Beit Selected stock of Piattos & Organs, -• ; ' I'l -1 ' •- ¦¦ ¦ " ¦ ""' - •¦''¦''• TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY. FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS GET EITHER A ' . ¦ . DECKER & BARNES PIANO, HALLET; DAVIS & CO. PIANO, CRAMER <fe CO. PIANO, BRADFORD ft CO PARLOR GEM PIANO, OK ONE OF THE CELEBRATED Jay I or & Farley Celestes Organs, : • - c ' . OR THE BEAUTIFUL, VOICED <* STERLING ORGAN. Quick Sales and Small Profits. - Vie guarantee to sell AS GOOD AN INSTRUMENT As is in the market, at Prices that DEFY COMPETITIOK r And on terms to suit the purchaser. 'instruments rented and rent allowed togO; toward the purchase. " VrI^T£lnU8S8&£RftcWT^^ a* S. Hamilton & Co., •p' 51 FIFTH AVENUE...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

M$i^ ¦ IfI ^jP-jS^vxL ^D* \Y v4IWv "W S \, CMMffiLE0RK3 ^HiMARSHALL| MANUFACTUREROF I MONUMENTSi ¦ \ , |,&GRAVE i! W^^^i pffl^^l'-; . ' We have Oil L-;n>i u LAKGii tVOi. u o; FINE FINISHED HEADSTONES Which we are selling as cheap as any ot'->er >-» in the State. Also ' a Granite Monuments and Headstones Famished to order as reasonable as they c-mv bad elsewhere. Persons wishing MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES should caii and sec us before purcba-ii;? c>. vthere, as we will gnarantce to sell a better job us! less money than any other firm in Beaver etxaty - GRIND fcTONES AND FIXTUKE<. CEMENTS OF ALL KINDS BY THE BAKK2L mar!4-6m W. H. MARSHALL. Hoch^tor

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

CHAMBERLAIN INSTITUTE ASD FEMALE" COLLEGE, Ranioljli, Cattaranps Connt?, N, I, The new Boarding-hall (worth ?")0.f'00.00) :$ finished, furnfshed, and ocenpied. Tni* schoo: ¦ • well endowed, and placed upon an enduring basi-Its large property enables the Board to offer grev. advantages at small cost. Total Expenses for Term of Fourteen Weefcft, Ouly $62. The Spring Term opens March 2o. For catalogue address fc-21-5t Rev. J. T. EDWARDS. A. M . I'r-Dcipa..

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

T J. GILLESPIE & t'l I 86 WOOD STREET. I PITTSBURGH. 1'A I Importers au-J Dc¦»;¦•!; r H FKEJiCH FLATL GLASS. I FRENCH WINDOW GLASS I MANTEL AND PIER GLA>^ I STEEL ENGRAVINGS A- CHII-V - Estimates tiiratsLtd '. r 1'!.'.-: (.¦ H Contractor and Buiit'ci?. i,; •.;'-'.,; H T> ~ i" M ~ 0 V -I -A-»" ^^^B GREGG, SON e. I - CO. WHOLESALE H BOOT AND SHOE Iiul"^ I PITTSBURGH, PA I Have removed to their cew. i i:v. v.-.. H iuiit ;-!o:y ^m IRON FRONT \VARKIIOl>'- I no. 15' j woou s'u:'l::-.!- I (BETWEEN Fii-Tll AND irl-l.'il A". .. I And arc now reCo;\:::Lr o:.^-o; H Zarr/estSprliif/ Stock* I LVEH-DltOUOIIT TO Tiii: MA'--<-: D'nin^'li.T-f.ASH. m- \.^-c- :.¦:<:¦:¦ H that CANT Bh EXt'Ki.LKL' i.\> ¦ i ' ' An cxi.iiiiii«riort ul oi-.: .-'',;; - -l" H *»o!:c^ert. i;i-::-.o;,. n.N N. I'. S',u-.;-i! T'.ev.' r;-. )• ¦'' ¦ H s-.-r.t I) tns";l. ¦ '¦-'• "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 11 April 1873

!llA* 1 EVll roHTEE « FUNNY STBOF PHYSIC. I 800 Pages, 2JO Enffrariuys. A startling expose of Medical llnm¥bi,.ss of tae past and present. It \"cntilates (Quacks, lipo'tn-; traveling Do/-tors. Patent Medicine Vender!". No tod Female Cheatsi. Fortune Tellers and Medumi. and gives interesting accounts ol noted Pay^ci-ia* and narratives of their lives. U reveals star ;-.i.r secrets and Instructs all how lo avoid tbe :' ..t whith flet-h is hoir to. We give exclusive ter;;''1-ry and liberal commissions. Foe circulars and terms address thu publishers. 3. B.UURR &HIDE Hartford, ft., or Chicago, L!. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE U5CIVIHZEI) 1UCES I OF MEN I 5N ALL COUNTBIE? OF THE WOULD M Being a comprehensive account of their aaw.t: •ne*, and of their physical, social, mentai. ao ral, and religious characteristic^ H BY REV. J. G.WOOD, M. A.M. L ij 500 Eugravingn, 15DQ Super Royal octa-.o Pije; H in two volumes, or two volame= iu o^c. _,^M Agent are making over $100 per week n ?e '-; H th...

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