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

T OCHIEL HOTEL, j CORNER MAREET & THIRD STREETS, j HARRISBURG, PA. Q. W. HUNTER, dec1.8'68 Proprirto* INSTANT RELIEF FOR THE ASTHMA. Having been afflicted with that terrible complaint, completely unfitting me for bnsineet for weeks at a time, for the last twelve years, and at: last found a Remedy that trives INSTANT AND COMPPETE RELIEF, I Wff concluded tb have it prepared lor sale, so that otb ers similarly «ducted can receive the benefit of h. assuring them that it will do alt, and more, thantl pormisedfotiL,iniJ,h&t persons once using Will never be without IT, a"6 aa numerous olhefe \bhi tiave tried xl can testify-, ., . ,, If can be had at the Drug Store-o! Wnxusf "L. Btcchukg, Roche,stcr, Pa., or will be sent by mail to any per»o enclosing fl. ahd ten cents for postage, and addressing CHAS. B. HURST, noylS'70-ly Kochester. Beavef c6unty, Pa. i i ' i' i' ' ' i * '

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

T3 EADY FOR CHRISTMAS. We'1 have ;Teeeived an•; elegant stock of WATC^S^.pH;«NS. CHAIN AND BAND BRACELETS, ^DIAMOND, PINS. J EAR RINGS STUDS and RINGS, CORAL. STOfcE CAMEu AMKTHYST: TOPA'Zr;ONYX and^^LD^SET8 ^^WEL^tf^ NECKLA CES ^ and LOCKETS; i^LEEVE- BUTTONS. -STUriS COLLAR BUTTONS. GBNTS'.PINS. GOLD AND SILVER HEAD CANES. SOLID SILVER and SILVER PLATED WARE,- VASES, TOILET SETS PARIAN MARBLE A7JD FANCY GOODS. All suitable for HoUdtfy Presents, and will be sold low at WATTLES & SHEAFER'S, deC6-lm. 101 Fifth Av„ Pittsburgh. Pa. $250A M0NTH«$250' WE WANT 10,(00 AGENTS, MALEOR FEMALE. ' To make the above amount, sellinc BRIi^ii's I S°ffi?£TI 9£-N.EaDLE «ASE AND POHT-E MONNAIE. This tsen article oi'abso)u*e nece*«i- I tv with every Indy, oud pays a large p:ofif. For I Circular and t«rms address PITTSBURGH SUPPLY COMPANY. dec6-3m. . .Pittsburgh, Pa. '

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

: jetna Insurance Co. HARTFORDrCONN. PAID UP CAPITAL, - 83,000,000 CASHAgSETS, - $5,549,504.97. TOTAL LIABILITIES,. . . $256,068.89 NET ASSETS, - §5,293,436.08. CHARTERED IN 1819. "BY THEIR FRUITS YE KNOW TBEM bosses paid in 51 years, SB 26,058,647.18 Look to wealth and worth for iE»»3mu1tv Loo r^Vty t a9 ^e P«"»»«at considerftfon of In8u til h?JK $°fte*tt*Mly,tfae cheapest rate is onfy ifiliSriV *^B P°°reM Insurancfe. The stability. The?$^£&tl'*DA 8traiebtforward characte"% kl^StiJ?,d.i?tr P'WnptMM in the payment «f ^ffiSBaSKSff %****»**** at fa CHAS. B. HURST, Ageutr ^ >^70:ly. ROCHESTER, PA

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

0 _3.BABKEB F.A.BARKKR. C. A. BABEKB Q9 8. BARKER & CO., / G. S. BARKER^C, c:.';a'rm' Ps*VABeavbb Faixs, Penn'a., BANKEE8 DEA1BR9 IS EXCHANGE, COIN, COUPONS, &c uig«Sa Slft&ff aCce-bI« P^ts'in tie vid'uaTsSfed CrChaW8' Mfln^actnrers and ludl-Interest allowed on Time Deposit-S C * ?»«*•*• Prompt attention. rochester savings bank. speyIrer/moSo^lT atffi bInkDd RUle9 fnmishcd freo * «PPlyiDg at Bank open daily from 7 a m tnun ~. Saturday evening^ from \ to 8 o'clock ' d °D T nn..*-, .^ BT PB K»IS9ION. TO L n Oatman & Co, :Hon ,t q pnt«v Algeo, Scott & Co, on I *£%£* ' B S Ranger, » r ifj™" lACHuilt, \vzJ^&x,¦, SBWilVon T-Me?men'« NationtT novll^IjeSO-?! ' tott^'pi"eburgh. Pa.'

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

ALLEGHENY NATIONAL BANK, NO. 33 FIFTH AVENUE, nrrsBURGH, pa. J. W. COOK, PiesidtnL R. W. MACKEY, CaMer < ' • W. McCAyPLESS, Asst. Costlier. fdel&' g gANKING HOISE ~ OF R. E. &E. .HO OPES, NEW BRIGHTON, PA. -Correspondence of Banks, Bankers find Mer femuted. ^ Ij y3v'70:iy. TAMES T. BRADY & CO ~^ " .r '^ (Successors to S. Jones & Cp.^ COR^ FWRTH AVENUE & WOOD STREE1 PITTSBURGH, BANKERS,, BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS. OF INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS AT SYkETA Ra?ESN GOVER™*N* BOND, J'S^^^^^^^ ^ *jysrroi,. M& T; ™uix& CO.

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

T3 EAVER DEPOSIT BANK OF HEAVER, PA. . EDEN ALLISON, - Casbieb. ' COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE AND IJ£- M1TTED. CORRESPONDENCE AND ACCOUNTS S SICITED. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. EXCHANGE, SECURITIES. Ac, BOUOH'i AND SOLD. Office hours i' rrm a. v. to 4 p m my31'72 p B E N T E L &: C O., BANKEBS AND BJiOKEIiS FREEDOM, PA., Are now prepared to do a genera! Banking and Broker business. Notes discounted, Govteramenl bonds and other securities bought and sold, and UnSdSmteT °DaU acces8ibI« P*»ta in tbe Interest allowed on time deposits itStA^fi?.9 ^"-lolP M- .-Saturda>'s ' "Jan. 26, MWfta. C- "•B ^?Ser.

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

' ^ m^ ¦ ¦ Ml .— -| f r t ENTERPRISE SALOON AND RESTAURANT. -PEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. No. 19 SIXTH ST., (late fit. Clair,) ¦¦ „ PITTSBURGH. febI0'71-ly NEALMcCALLION jn MASHY, *" 'P# E A R L S A L,0 O N i'i S1X1B fe^REET, FlTaSBLRGB-

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

STRIKES. Tiie workingmen of the east, it is said, are preparing to make a strike either to retain the eight hour system or for an increase of wages. The loss to the country, by means of this practice is?simply enormous, the derangements of business disasastroua, and the bad feeling engendered between the" laborer and em ployer not only unpleasant, but destructive ofVthat mutual interest and reciprocal friendship that ought to exist, where tbe profits of industry are equally and justly distributed. It is impossible to disguise the fact that certain classes of men enjoy great advantages over other classes in the rewards of their labor. Great fortunes are made in a few years, not by producing value, but by accumulating value that others have produced. Wcrkingmen perceive tbat they are, in some way not un ^ derstcod, cheated out of the full enjoyment of what they earn, in order that forty or fifty per cent, of their hard earnings may go to enrich others who have more brains, bet...

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

THE NEW PARTY. ,Say4; thie'f QQ$&gq»i-Tribune : fftie .Bmocr^^JU^rn of Indiana have at last wcogdited the necessities of the situation, and have concluded to abandon their old organization and organize a new liberal party on the living issues of the day." Such a party it claims is the only party which can successfully contend with the evils of the day, and overcome them. It will embrace all the honest men of the old parties organized together against monopolies, abuses of power, corruptions, frauds in office, and in favor of im mediate reform in the administration of the Government. . We suppose when the time comes to organize, and the leaders are casting about for a platform on wkich to go before the people,, the kind of material that will be^ used will depend altogether upon the "necessities of the situation." The new party is expected to wage war against railroads, to secure the certain punishment of criminals, to remove the burdens of protective tariffs, to cure ...

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

SENATOR HOTrArV. \ , ZeigWs Democratic Herald thu,s endorses our Senator: Let what will be said by that class of editors who consider it the highest credit to endorse any infamous scheme of Washington city jobbery, and who think the very essence of American manhood is comprehended in the basest servility to power, of Mr Rutan's resolutions of in» structlon to our members of Congress to vote against any measure which proposes to purchase the telegraph lines by the general government, we consider them as highly proper. We have had full enough of those attempts by the powers that be, to convert this government into one of centralization, and when we see a gentleman like Mr. Rutan, whose political proclivities are decidedly republican, raise bis voice against a scheme': which of all others is the most anti republican, we begin to have hopes of a brighter day in the future. Who would likeito see pri vate dispatches sent over the wires supervised by a set of government .pimps? Wha...

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

POLITICAL —There are five Republican candidates for nomination for treasurer in Indiana county. —The Democratic primary election in Fayette county is fixed for the 17th of May. —Jacob Stevens of Biair county is a candidate before the Republican convention for sheriff: —J. R. Hinton, tbe Washington correspondent, has been appointed a consular agent. —Blair county Republican candidates for nomination: John S. Calvert for Commissioner; Henry Elway for sheriff. —Berthemy, who formerly represented the French government at Washington, has been appointed French envoy to Japan. —The Democratic ticket in St. Louis was elected by an average majority of four thousand. Of fifteen aldermen only s'rx are Republicans. —Ex-Senator Alex. Cattell, |TJ. S. SgWeu* AjJSftyfr-a¥»^ ^^ ^ Civil Service Advisory Board, as reported, his absence in that country being only temporary. —In the Omaha, Neb., city elections, Tuesday, the Citizens ticket elected the Mayor, City Treasurer, Police Judge and M...

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

FR OM BA RRISB UR G The Appropriation and Apportionment Bills Patted-The House Yields to tbe Senate on (be Salary Grab—Tbe Wolf, ot Union County, Goes for tbe Bearer Ring-Oar Congressional District—General Grant's Visit—Governor HartranfPs Popularity. Correspondence of the Radical. Hakrisbdbo Pa , April 8,1873. The Appropriation and Apportionment bills passed finally last night, and the House took up and passed the Senate resolution for adjournment on Thursday. The Conference Committee on tbe Ap propriation bill struck out all increase of salaries, not only to members of the Legislature and tbe officers, but to beads of departments and Judges, treating all alike. The appropriations to local charities were also stricken out, and the bill is one of tbe best passed for years. The Senate adopted the report by a handsome majority the day it was reported, but the House refused by a majority of two, to adopt it on Friday, and recommitted it to tbe Committee. Various excuses were gi...

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

FROM PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia Openings-Spring pa»h ions-miss Barnbam Before ibe $„ Preme Court-God In the lon.mu. Uon-Mte Hawkins—Pleasure Attrar tlons. Correspondence of tbe Radical. Philadelphia, April?, 1871. We still find our thick wraps comfortable, although tbe swelling buds of \\t horse chestnut trees and the fiat of t^ milliners make us sensible of the approach of spring. This year March could not e>en by courtesy be called a sprm^ m ^ nth»^#veD APr »l 'S behind hand in balmy feezes. Our openings in Philadelphia are great events. About three weeks anterior to Easter Sunday alt the ladies whose own or whose husbaads names happens to be in the Directory,are inundated with showers of invitations to visit some lady's opening, day and hour being fixed. We have not yet reached the* New York custom of snug little lunches, assisted by dainty wines, where it is said, (but of course it is a slander) that the choice vintages open the hearts and pock etsofthe ladies. The...

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

Ml BEAVER RADICAL. SMITH CCRTIS, Editor. BEAVER. I*iV.. PrldaF morning, April 11 ill, 1873.

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

FROM WASHINGTON Kn Klux Kiau Cases— Gratuitous Advice to Secretary Richardson—31111-tar> Prisons-Civil Serv.ce-Officers Assigned to Doty—Pensions. i ';rrerpon<lence of the Radical.] Washington, D. C, April 9, 1373. Attorney General Williams has decided to suspend for the present all proceedings against persons indicted in the Southern Slates for violating the enforcement act and being members of the Eu Klux Klan. He says if the laws are respected, and no f:r'.her attempts jnade to-violate them, fbe prosecutions will be suspended en i.rely; but on the other hand if disorder t Esaes prosecutions w ill be pushed rigor* r u«!y. Theie are over one thousand of these causes now pending in the United States Courts. Tne President telegraphs to his secretary here that he expects to reach Washicgt'in in time to hold the usual cabinet meeting on Tuesday next. Secretary Robeson left for New York last nrght, to the absent until Monday or Tuesday. While away the War and Sivy ...

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

r P«IWARY ELECTIONS. ,' In accordance with the-rules of the party, the Republicans of.Beaver-county will meet at the usual places of holding elections, on Saturday, the 31st day of May, and vote for candidates for,nomination for tbe offices below named: One person for Assembly ; One person f«r Prothonotary;:. One person for Treasurer j.S. i One person for Commissioner; One person for Poor House Director ; One person foriTucy. CouinHssloner \ . One person for Auditor; Two persons for Trustees of Academy. They will also elect members of the CountyCommittee asJbilows: Big Beaver tp a,Independence tp..... ..I Beaver boro ...2;Industry tp. .... 1 Borough tp.. I M*rJou~tp. .1 Bridgewater boro SiMciinire, cltst. 1 Brighton tp IMoontp. 1 Baden boro ......luNewBrighton, N. W...2 Beaver Falls ..4j " •• M. W...9 Chippewaip l >• » s< W...2 Darlington tp 2lNew Sewickly tp 2 lc nn ?my utp '•' ¦ ••• "t'North Sewickly tp.,....l Fallston boro l \ New Galilee boio. 1.. .1 K-ankl...

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

ANNOUNCBftlBN TS ihe names of the following candidates for nomination for the several offices to be filled at the ensuing October election, are placed before the Republican voters of Bearer county ior their sufferages and decision at the primary elections. Prothonotarr. O. A. SMALL, Bridgewater boro. JOHN SLENTZ, Ohio twp. JOHN CAUGUEY, Beaver boro. Treasurer. WILLIAM BWING, Kaccoon twp. JAMES H. MANN, New Brighton boro. Commissioner. JAMES BRITTAIN, Greene twp. JAMES PETERS, Hanover twp. Temperance Committee Meetiw#.-—The Citizen's Temperance Execu live Committee will hold a meeting in the Sheriffs office in Beaver, on next Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. A lull attendance ot the members is earnestly requested. By order. -? .—^—— * Tbe latest style of v Boots and Shoes at J. Kennedy & Co.'s apr4-4w , «. _ Try the Improved Economical Plow. You, can get it for nothing at M. L. Armstrong's, Harshaville. Pa. fcb21-tf . —. ~« The Beaver Ladies' Seminary, formerly under tb...

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

LOCAL ITEMS. Agents.—C. W. Taylor, Beaver Falls; Evan Pugh, New Brighton; J. Linnenbrink, Rochester. ~». ~ TO ADVEKTISERS.-The Beaver Radical Is the most extensively circulated. Weekly Newspaper In Western Pennsylvania. Cleveland 6c Pittsburgh Railroad. Going }Vest— Mail, 7,46 a. m ; Accommodatior 5.40 p. m. Going East— Accommodation, 9,19 a. m; Mail. ,37 p. m: Express, 7,07 p. m. Arrival and Departure of Jlails. Western mail leaves at 6.45 a.m.; arrives at 3 p.m. Eastern mail leaves at 2 p. m.; arrives at 8 a. m. i: .«. New Goods at J. Kennedy & Co.'s apr4-4w <«. — Good Friday, the Ilth of April, is a legul holiday. - iPaper maturing on tbat day is due On Thursday, ^ Therefore all persons 15aviiig business with banks, should transact it on Thursday. ' ¦» 'Ladles' Fancy Slippers at J. Kennedy & Co.'s apr4-4w I —- - - - . . —. I t Try the Improved Economical Plow. "You car*^ get it for nothing at SI. L. Armstrong's, UarshavHle.Pa. feb21-tf __—. * — ^^ie...

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

, Drs. Old«uue's Letter of Instruction to Patients | j 1 !! l: ' I We are constantly receiving letters from all parts of the country requesting information respecting our system of practice, and the course of proceedings necessary to obtain from us a medical diagnosis, or medicines. Tofacilitate the" matter ot answering these let-!-ters. and to make plain tbe condition required to I obtain a thorough, scientific, and correct diagnosis j from ocular, chemical and microscopic examina-! tion of the urine, we would say : In collecting a specimen of urine, for analysis, 1 take that passed flint in the morning, or immediate 1 ly after sleep. No other kind will be examined. Send about two dunces in a clean vial. A less ' quantity than two ouiicea cannot be well tested. I Always give the name of the patient in full. Be sure to give the age of the patient. 1 Without knowing the age, we will neither examine the specimen nor give medicine,s ' Unless the above instructions are strictly fo...

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

MARRIED. BANKS-OLIN-On March 25th, 1S7J, by Rev. J. . M. Shields, M. C. P. Banks, of Pittsburgh, Fa., and Miss Leora M. Orlin, of Earlville, Ohio. NOSS ^ TODD-On March 31st, 1873. by Rev. J. M. Shields, at the residence of Mr. Brobeck, In Rochester, Pa., Mr. Henry Noss, and Miss Mary Todd, both of New Brighton, Pa. MILL1GAN—DONLKY-On the 6th|inst., by Rev. Jno- Brown, of Knob, Mr. Gordon Milligan, of . Allegheny City, to Miss Margaret Donley, of Cranberry township, Butler county. Po. MAHON—McCOWAN-At Cannelton. Pa., on April U\ 1878, by 1. P. Mansfield, Esq., W. J Mahon and. Lizzie McCowan, alt ol that place. COLEMAN—McDANJEL-On March 15th, 1S73, by A. T. HindN Esq., Mr Jumec Coleman, to Miss Malinda McDaueV, all of Marion township, Beave-county. Pn.

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