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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

PITTSBURGH, PA. Affords advantages for the thorough practical education of young and middle-aged men possessed by no other business college iu the United State*. Students can enter at any time. £5£~For large descriptive circular giving full iniormution. address J. C. SMITH, A. M., Principal. augl8-3m __,_

Publication Title: Argus And Radical
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

To The Nervotfs of Both Sexes. The Irequent requests of buflerern from nervous neurali^icand Weakenc\ conditiona of the eye tern, for tbe mean.* which restored the undersign ed to health many years ago, ha* ajraiu .induced htm to make known publicly, hie Intention to benefit others, and he will therefore, on receiving a postpaid directed envelope, «end free of charge a cony of tne treatise detailing the discovery, u^e*. and prescription ,bf the herbal remedy employed. Addrean, ^'John M. Daonall. M. D. mar Pi-Cm "ll Clinton Street. Brooklyn. N. Y.

Publication Title: Argus And Radical
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

CITY^UN WORKS. A largo assortment of Muzzle and Breech Loading (Single and Double Barrel) SbdtGuns. Rifles. Revolvers, Pistols, Sporting Cfooda and Fish-Iujt Tackle. Call and examine my stock, or send for Price List. Addrsss, H. U. 8CHULTE, 330 Liberty Street. Pittsburgh, Pa. far^epalriuc.done on abort notice. ang9T-4w

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

AGENTS WANTED! To sell an article that «vary family uses. Profits arc larro, and extra inducements offered to Agents who are willing to work. Apply or send for cir c-U'lar and terms EDWABD9 BBOTHGBS, Arizona Diamond Store, 27 Sixth St., PUtsbursh, Pa. ept 8-3m j

Publication Title: Argus And Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

Is the onlr Known Benttdj fbr Brightt Diaeas* and has cored every case of Diabetes lit which it has been given. Irritation of tbe neck of the Bladdei sjid Inflamatlon of the'Kidneys. Ulceration of the Kidneys aad Bladder, Retention of Urine, Diseases of the Prostate Gland, and Locons or Milky Discharges, and for Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions of both Sexes, attended with the following Symptoms; Loss of Power, Loss ©f Membry, Difficulty ef Breathing, Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, Pain in the back. Flushing of the-Body, Eruption on the Pace, Pallid countenance. Lassitude of the System, etc. Used by | ersons in the decline or change of life: after confinement or labor pains, bed-wetting In children, etc. •' la many affections peculiar to ladies, the Kxtract Buchu is unequaled by any other remedy.— As in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulneas. or Snpprea.-ion of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated, or Schirrns state of the Uteres, La,ucorrhcea or Whites. Sterility, and for a...

Publication Title: Argus And Radical
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

A WATCH FBEKlJWorth f 20. given griftis to every live man who will set as cmr agent. Business light and honorable. Threes hundred doi'.ars made in 5 dayo. Saleable as / j flour. Everybody buys it Can't do without It J Must have It No gift enterprise, no htimbue/ KEN5XDT & Co.. Pittsburgh, Pa. aug»7-iy

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

r>r- KL -£k HN Confines his practice exclusively to the treatmen and cure of all Nervous l>is0^ses Arising from Physical Debility. Exhausted Vitality and other diseases appertaining thereto. NERVOUS EXHAUSTION. 4 A Medical Pamphlet, containing a series of Lectures, as delivered at Dr. Kahn's Museam, No. 688 Broadway, Price 36 cents. Copies of the above may be obtained by addressing Dr. Kahn, at 153 Second avenue, Pittsburgh. OFFICE HOURS: ^ . Daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Daily from 6 p, ji, to 9 p. M. Sunday 11 a. ab to 2 V. m. _ , aug-JU-lm \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

TBE BEATfeR AB6US AND RADICAL, - ' - -- I ¦ !¦ ¦ ¦ -— - - ¦ —¦"" BKA.VER. I»A« <" Wednesday Morning Oct. 1st 1873. c REPUBLICAN TICKET, STATE. JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, ISAAC G. GOBBOK, Jefferaon County STATE TREASURER, WL W. 2!IACKEY, AIIee*»eny County. DISTRICTAND COUNTY. Assembly B, I. CROSS, Beaver county. V JONATHAN AUIRON. W*«Wngton connt^. A. L. CAMPflKU^Butlir C0«ittty% DAVID McKEK.BnilerCOpty. Proibouourjr, O. A. SMALL, Bridge WkUtT.' ' .,.', TrrasnfSr^ .. " JAMES H- MANN, New Brighton. Commls«l<n|cJ4 f Q. W. SHROADES, Mood tp. Jnry Commissioner, • JOHN WILSON, Chippewa tp. Poor Houae Directorr. . **T»T*r ¦,, .-vr , -v* 4 \I V X?/.nr\t\vr\-* tn Jloaai ii j BA.HjaL .ajtJ ,.w»v»>K. Auditor. J. F. CULBEKTSON. Siath Beaver tp. Trustees of Academy. E. 5. 1MBRIE. Beaver. P. L. GRIM. New Cjalilfe. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

HON. R. W. MACKEY. The -Pittsburgh Pout on Tuesday last announced that State Treasurer Mackcy had a large Deposit with the Union Banking Company which /ailed a few days before, and that tbe State would lose hall a million or more. The same day Mr. Mackey telegraphed Hon. II. B. Swoope that the report was false, and the ^State would not lose one dollar by K the failure of that or anv other Bank> x>The Post was compelled to retract, ^nd thus the first" attempt/of the Democratic Press to assail hini, or his management of State /finances j_has redounded""^ bis^/criecBt. It is well known th-at /Under the former management of" the Treasury the v bulk of Stale Deposits .were with Jay Cookrand Company, and in the ><* Uoiorr'Bank; and if thepeop. Ie of the „• . Commonwealtli could have'-designa-: ted & depositary for publicvmoney> _ three out-of five would have named those very banks. Mr. Ifackey is entitled to the credit of saving the money...

Publication Title: Argus And Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

CLEAR OS OTHERWISE. The following section fixing the number of Representatives in the Lower House of the Legislature was adopted by,a close vote in the Convention, after an exciting debate. To the masses it will be about as clear as a problem in Euclid. In case ol its adoption, Beaver County will get two members and Forest with one tenth of our population one. The convention s<jems j determined to submit a constitution | frw can understand, and no one j have the time to read. To secure j adoption, common sense would suggest a different course. Tbe members of the House of Representatives shall be apportioned among the several counties according to population, on a ratio to be' obtained by dividing the whole population of the State, as ascertained by the most recent United States census, by two hundred. Any county, including Philadelphia, having raoretbas one ratio shall be entitled lo a member for each lull ratio, but each county shall be given at k'ast one member; and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

I THE THUNDERBOLT. I— The f|Tl' ancial crash came upon the ^country like a clap of thunder out of \ clear sky. Jay Cooke and Co. ? Kisk and Hatch, Henry Clews and i Co, and a large number of smaller ' concerns were prostrated by tho se-! verity of the stroke. The panic that resulted from these failures was wide spread and deplorable, and caused a general calling in of loans, and increasing demands upon the banks- The stringency of the money market became almost unendurable, and many firms could not get money on their securities, and were thus lorced to go under. The price of stocks fell and fluctuated beyond all example, and enormous rates \vere paid to have stocks carried overnight. It is impossible to sum up the injury that has overtaken the business community. The crash has taught a lesson that will not soon be forgotten, and in order that it mayjig-profitable, the causes that have pr&3ue«bit ought to be thoroughly &xplo|eJb ^ /^rThe failure of Jay Cbok^ ^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

POLI2ICAL. —-James Kelly, of Schujlk'H, the leader of the workingrnen in that section has been appointed to a cleriship in the Auditor General's office. —Tbe Democrats of Mississippi, having decided not to nomiuate a candidate for Governor, will support Senator Alcorn, the rebel candidate. —Tho Philadelphia Reformers have nominated William Jenks as their candi date for City Treasurer, in the? place of Joshua Hallowell, deceased. \ -The Cheater county Dembciats have ratified t!io nomination ofTyron Lewis of Delaware county for. the State (bate, A foU'ticket was placed:In £b field, with no hope whatever of its election. —The St. Loula Bepvblican (Democratic) says that it is difficult to tell whether the present low estate of the Democracy is owing to Democrats)^\Ving the party, or thefnrty Jhravnag tte Danpcrftts. Both processes have b?en going on for some time. —There wilhbe a triangular contest for the State Senator in the Chester aud Delaware district,the dissatisfied Repub...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

TIIK A flKUIt AN Cfi.NTKNMM, On© hundred ;s&bars ! Who lives ;.«; their end with an Intelligent rivta]?, •;-. of the beginning? Ngvne. Yet oen;^. nials are justly observed and reiebrvf We have bid many, but^tt-^- one important and &o iuteresant; as - , American. The lifetime uf a pen;,i_^; tiplied from three t j forty miiiro;;,.-then thinly scattered along the At',;i$ coast—now filling the bru:fd ex'r... from ocean to ocean, aud i'rem ti,. -< | Lawrence to the Gulf. What one hn:,:^ years have been so replete with gr^,; events ? The liberation af a people ;vos. a foreign yoke^-the founding of ¦$<,> ernmeuts aud the Union «if~ftT^?TY" written bases unknown to the old uor'.,;^ the lifting up of tfee down tro.ldsn Lines, Hiii^ i&Iacio^ them on ajii^h plane intelligeifce, education and in>ra! un.'? and force—the .advancement- off ^iv.':/,. tion, of the arts aud^sciencos, a?ij of ;;¦> means of iuterc^rnmunication of pers T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

! Joseph P. Johnston. I Mr. Editor.— One" who was once a ' highly esteemed dtizen amongus.shouldr not be suffered to p|-H away as a strauga* .-Those whoie ag/paruaita them to go ; back.iu maruory before the year is*--, ; wilij-ein^mbar'jjaeph P. Johnston, of ' the welt, known firm of Henry & John-:s__oa_ WfifrdlBbg-ftness3rr • Braver wher e i the Radical building now-stands. A I genial aud pleasant companion, a kind: j and>obltgiDg friend and neighbor p-nd an I upright man, he attracted- hy bt-0'ree> i courteous.and open manner»,and gentlej manly decrement. Few were*fatter • adapted by nature audihablC to*ar&w to ! themselves the kind feeling* of.others. | Ileiaa; all alike with a 'neaty greeting, i made •aiX-jotire by' Uia. .y*:/ baa _pf bis I vole*, and some eu'.lva-aiug remtrk. Mr. Jolia'uoti cams tr B-javer (liefore ; 1S20,v'h)n- loa__ tha write-* caanoi ,.#Ute [exactly, probably In lS>7-3."H2t> In i October 1829, he;was married ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

p. -^ -^^ :^^ y^^ . BY X. TYPO. —Mr. Ji W."'Hank-ins, the^genial boot and''shoe dealerof Rochester, leftfqr tho East on- last Wednesday vinorniog• for a new stock of goods. - - ; :,...:.-* Quite: a number <K,"Qheethen Hinee" men put in appearanae.; at .the- Pair grounds on last Tbuiss^a-y,, wearingtheir usual costumes, and a "smile that was child like andj bland,''sepniingtaapprove Of the proceedings. We, therefore, presume that a premium for the most gorgeously and boautifuiiias beetr awarded. Only one man was lieartiHo ^confiplain of the "dryness" of the- Fair on Thursday forenoon, blithe^ We"understand, was dr-essed in a full suit of waterproof. > •—MrVAndrew Patterson, of Hookstown; it/about io Btart.a grocery and gen- ' eral . ^variety sto«e In that town. Success. —A runaway horse attacded to an open buggy caused quite ah excitement *on the Fair grounds last week. A young rson of Mr. H. Dodd», of Beaver\ was knocked down and rim oyer by the horse and huggy, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

/ MA RRIED. TONto-JUDY—On Wednesday, September 24, a tho\esldenco of the bride's parents. Ill Locust street, bv l£:v. W. H. Oill, Mr. John Jones, of Baden, B.-aver coutiry, to Mr*. Irene A.Judy, of Allegheny City. OAROTUERS-NlOKLiS-SVptember 25th, 1S7-1. - hv Rev. J. P. Davkj5 Mr. Saraael Curothers and M'>ss Migjie N'icKVe, both of Kendall, Beaver county. Pa. >• (JR1M-KOBEKTSON' Oi Welaesday ev.-nin?, ^^p'em'ier 21'H, is;i, at thj ro^idence of the hri-lc'K r ao'licr, B > iver Fall-. Pa. by Rev. W. M>rebead, Wm... II Grim, M. I), to Miss Amelia A. Uobtrteon. bot'i of Beaver Falls. No cards. PAYSE-BURXESJN In Bri l^w iter, S.-;>- leraber 2-2. 1ST.", by 11 jv ' Jam is M. Stiicl Is. Mr. f'h.'rW M. Payne o!" Allpjrheny Cify, Pa and Miss Jane Bumcson of Bridijewater, Pa. M'CDLI/HrGH - MIL.T.ER --' In Roche >ter V&*. September 22, 2s;:j, by ilev. Jamos M. Shiolds. Mr. Samuel Jam-s MctJnlloa^h and Mi«s M-mio Steele Miller, both of Rj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

DIED. B^l'SSON.—On Tne«>day njorninir, September ft;h, 1S73, Mrs. Lizzie Brunrton, wife of Wm. Brunston, aged 35 years. i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

¦ | The Fair held in this place last week, was one of the most successful, financial- j ly considered, that we have ever had, the receipts falling but little if any below 11,400. The exhibition of stock, farm implements, fancy work <kz. was perhaps not equal to previou? years, yet all agree that there were inoro people here this year than over before at a county fair. Owins *° '-ha rain on Thursday forenoon, , the fair wa* cantiffued until Saturday, and during the whole tima it was little - less thaipTa fi^aTa r^a m auywhe^e-on the fair grounds."-The'people, universally, were well pl<5*«9& ' with ^ he imfcrove-1 ments made byjtha*boolety during the prasanV year,^ an^ jtEe^ellof is ~now*pretty general that the Beaver County Agricultural Society has the. bs?t track farj ;rl*'.s of speed, the fflofci ©onceuient grounds forexhib!tioir-^urlp^e<Hl'nd-'thjr' moat substantial-buildings .to be founrlanywhore in tfi^Jt%te_ for simijar uses.. The , officers of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

Something Tor iho Lmdles.—La- lies are hereby informed that the} will find at Benee'sstore, Third street, Beaver, one of the largest, finest, and most fashionable stock of Hats, Bonnets and general Millinery Goods ever offerd at this place to which their attention is especialy invited as many novelties are offered which are new in this partof the country really being tbe latest Paris and London styles. In addition ladles will find full lines of gross grained Ribbons, Laces, Veils, Buchlngs, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, felt skirts, Scarfs and Shawls, ladies and gents wear, also the best makes barred flannei at factory price*. We always sell Alexander's*beat kid gloves." Our stock will be lound full and complete during tho season. Tnanking our many friends aud natrons for past favors, we will try and merit the same in the future. Give an early oajlpat Bonce's, Third street, B&ver... ' ' '* octl-4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 1 October 1873

Fathers and mothers, look out,for your boy* when the shadows of evening have gathered around you. Woere are they then ? : Are they at home; at the pleasant, social fireside, or are they running the streets? Are they receiving a street education? If so. take care! There is scarcely anything so destructive to tueii^rtiorals as running abroad at night, and most especially is this true in our own towns about tbe mouth of the Beaver, where drunkards reel along our streets unmolested by tho authorities, and where street fights and drunken brawls are almost nightly occurrences Under the cover of darkness your children acquire the education of crime; they learn to be rowyish, if not absolutely vicious, they catch up loose talk, hear sinful thoughts, and rapidly become reckless and riotous. If you would save them from ruin, see to it that night finds them at home. Parents should solemnly ponder this matter and do all In their power to make home attract' vo, so that boys would prefer ...

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