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

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

ROCHESTERPLANrfifG, SASH AND PPQ^MILL^ MONROE MILLER. W. BOLBY. M. MILLER & €0.y, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, _ __ ManulacttirersofandDealersin SOU0H AND PLANBD LVMBEB. DSB88 flooring , smmq, sssLmfaT^ LATE AND BHLN&LES. ROCHESTER, BEAVER COUNTY, PA. decl8'68;ly

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

P ALL AND WINTER #aoi>s. The undersigned begs leave to inform his friends and tbe public generally, that he has just received a new stock of goods of the latest styles for Paul and Wnraar wear, which he offers at very moderate rites. GENTLEMENS'FURNISHINGGOODS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. i Clothing made to order on the shortest possible notice. Thankful to tbe public for past favors, I hope by dose attention to business to merit a continuance of the same. DANIEL MTTfT.HK. dec4'68:ly Bruwi St, Bbjdsxwatxb, Pa.

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

"PSTABLISHED IN 1838. The Largest and Best - STOCK OF FURNITURE West of the Mountains, Of our own manufacture, will be found at the Mammoth Furniture Establishment of C. G. HAMMER & SONS. The newest and most approved styles of Fine and Medium Furniture, in larger variety than any other house, at very reasonable prices. Persons furnishing houses would do well to, write for our new circular, or when in Pittsburgh we respectfully solicit a visit to our warerooms. Don't forget the place. : • 48,48, & 60, SEVENTH AV., PPTTSBUBGH, PAM We challenge the world in prices for tbe same quality of material and. workmanship of our goods. C U T THIS OUT. aug^Sm.

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

Q W.TAYLOR, JUSTICE OP THE PEACE - AMD REAL ESTATE AGENT, BEAVER FALLS, PA. Agreements, ArticlesJUaees and all Instrumenti of Writing promptly attended to. Real Estate houghtand sold on reascaable Conr wintoB. DyOTTOitr

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

Pi WELLING HOUSES, T E N E ME NTS, IMPROVED AND UNIMPBOVE RIAL ESTATE, IH AND HBAB TBB BOROUGH OF ROCHESTER, FOR SALE AND RENT, BY S. J. CROSS. oc27'71-tf

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

A J. PETTITT, SMITH'S FERRY, BEAVER CO., PA., JUSTICE OF THE PEACE; NOTARY PUBLIC AND SPECIAL COMMISSIONER FOR SALE OF LANDS IN EAST VIRGINIA. aprl9',72-ly

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

TOHN PECK, OENAMENTAL HAIR WORKER AND HAIR DRESSER, NO. 53 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Ladies waited on promptly at their residences by experienced workwomen. TfebS'Tl-ly

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

p W.MASSEY, CLOTHING CLEANED, DYED AND REPAIRED AT SHORT NOTICE. .,'.*'. NO. 74 GRANT STREET, feblO'71-ly ': PITTSBURGH, PA.

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

P M. ELLIS,5 ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER. OFFICE; RAMSEY'S BLOCS BEAVER FALLS, BEAVER CO., PA. Plans sad SpeciflcationsJ&r public buildings and private residence. Estimates of the cost of pulld-Sg, and all business connected With, architecture, attended to promptly and eatlsfactorijy. feM»!69:lj. | /."-.¦jj ,¦ .¦¦¦ ^....:

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

TT CpNOBRNS|ALL| J.jP^XjTO% ^ y> LADIES' AI^^GBNTLEMMnV^ HAIR DRESSING ROOMS, And Manufacturer of Hair Work of\Ewry Description f Chll^en's Hair Cut Neatly. fel0-ly ; J47Fourtt>Ave.,KTT8BURGH.

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

T OCHIEL HOTEL, COR3RER MARKET A THIRD STREETS, HARRCTTJRG , PA. .'¦"f-, €|.W. HUSTBB, decWoS PHtprUtor

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

THE BEAVlR Ia|lCAi. SMITH CURTIS, Bbhob. BELA.VMJR. I»A~ Friday Morning;, January 3, 1873. » - - » . - . • , . .•_ ¦ .•':. -.... •¦ -• ••'- • ¦ ¦ > ¦ . ^ « ^ . ^ . ^ ^ ¦ '-> ' ' .¦¦.-""- I HAVE SOLD THE RADICAL tp Senator Rutao. As long ago as last August, the preliminary arrangements to this end were made, and they have recently been consume mated. All accounts for subscriptipn are payable to the new proprietor. The accounts for advertising and job work, up to October 12th, 1872, are due to me, and are in the hands of Charles A. Griffin for collection. Prof. Smith Curtis has charge of the newspaper at present, on behalf of Mr. Rutan, as Editor and Business Manager, with entire control of its columns. The severance of my connection. with The Radical is complete: it may or may not be final. The Radical will continue to be conducted as a radically Republican newspaper, and I commend the new management to the kind consideration of its patrons. M. S. Quay. Our frie...

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

[From the Philadelphia Press.] FRENCH SPOLIATION CLAIIUS. . Perhaps no just case has been so abundantly abused as that of the claims of American citizens for spoliations committed by the French prior to the 31st day of July, 1801. Never was the old adage, that "Procrastination is the thief of time," better illustrated than in the history of this claim. Originally twenty million dollars, upon which interest has been accumulating for seventy years.it is now proposed to pay the claimants in full by giving them five millions—one-fourth of the original demand—w ithout interest. Forty. three Congressional reports in their favor have been presented. Senator John 31. Clayton, of Delaware, spoke two days, on the 23d and 24th of March, 1846, in support of them. Senator Sumner, in his report of April 4, 1864, sustained the great Senator from Delaware in an abie and eloquent argument. Madison, while Secretary of State in 1804, Webster in 1835, Everett in thesameyear; Clay,while Secretary ...

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

From the Pittsburgh Commercial. New Brighton, Pa., December 21, 1872. One of the most pleasant events of the season occurred at Siemon's dining hall, in this city, yesterday evening—the celebration of the battle of Drainesville, which was fought December 20th, 1861, and resulted in a complete victory to the <f*#insylvania Reserves. The meeting was organized by calling Colonel David Crltchlow to the chair, and Lieutenant Colonel G. L. Eberhart to act as secretary. . . The chair stated, in his usually happy manner, the objects of the meeting, after which, upon motion of Major C. K. Chamberlin, a committee of five on toasts and sentiments was appointed.' At this point in the proceedings, oar host, Siemon, announced that supper was ready, to which all present repaired with hut little urging. It is wholly unneces-- sary to state that ample justice was done to the plentiful supply of good things with which our comrade* George, had ladened the table. The patfeity of fragment...

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

THE SOLDrcRRV BOUNTY LANJ» --;._.-• BILL. _}'¦';¦:¦:*:-'-'¦-?* Ssctioh i; Every private' "soldier, musician and officer who aervedinthearmyof the United States during the late war, for ninety days, and was honorably, discharged, including the troops mustered into the service of the United States by virtue of the third section of the act entitled "an act providing appropriations for completing tbe defense" of Washington and for other purposes*" approved February 18, 18M, and every seaman, marine, officers or other person who served in the navy of the United States, or in the marine corps during the lale war, for ninety days and who was honorably discharged, and the widow of any such soldier, musician, seaman,' marine' or officer,-or if there be no such widow, his orphan children under 31 years of age, shall be entitled to enter a quantity of the public lands (not exceeding 160 acres, or one quarter section, which shall be composed of continuous tracts according to a legal subdi...

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

FROM HARRI8BURG. A Deserted City-A "Caucus"-llartranft's Cabinet—Tbe U.,8. Senatorship. Correspondence of'the Radical. ' Habbibbtjhg, Dec. 30,18?2. Harrisbnrg ^ has been deserted for a week, and your correspondent has not been able to set eyes on a single politician from whom he could gain information worth communicating. Before this Week closes, however, Harrisburg will be alive with politicians from every part of the State. The caucus of Republican members of the House will be* held on Saturday, in all probability, and the Senate on Monday. Gen. Lane, of Huntingdon, who labors under the hallucination that he is a candidate for Speaker ofthe House, has requested all the members friendly to him to meet in caucus at the State Capitol Hotel, in this- city, on Thursday evening, January 2d, at haif.past eight, p. u.'That caucus will be like McC lure's Liberal caucus, have but one present, the member from Huntingdon himself, and will, therefore, in all probability, be very harmon...

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

FROM PHILADELPHIA. Crystal j?alace Company of New York —New York Jealousy-Centennial Municipal Reformers—The Radical —Edwin Forrest's Home. [Correspondence of the Radical.] Philadelphia, Dec. 30,1872. The Board of Directors of the Crystal Palace Company, of New York, are watching with jealous eyes the action of the Centennial Commissioners in this city; they hope something Will yet turn up that will result in heaving the Centennial Celebration held in New York. The Crystal Palace Company of New York have already purchased a lot of ground, for which they are to pay f 1,700,-000, and they are now endeavoring ?o raise % 1,500,000 in cash, by selling stock at 80 cents on the dollar, for the purpose of paying lor the ground. Only $2QO»O0O has yet been paid mcash; when this is accomplished about five millions more are to be raised, to be used in erecting the building, which is designed to be built entirely around tbe large area and to joe 125 feet deep and five stories high. This ...

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

Christmas in First Presbyterian BmverJTHstriaCtovenHonV'lP O/G. T.-TWs organization held jts list quarterly meeting in •"templar's Hitil,* Beaver Falls, Pa., December 6,1872. Coijf vention was called to order, ^in*: ^tHBftfl form by Dist. Deputy Joseph Alexander, presiding: W. V, T. Bister B- Howe, ^ Secy, F. G. Edelblute. f ^ = IH Pro tern appointments past W. C. T. Bro. Tho%.Elvet8OTi pf; itv' Bro. Robert Hears; W. D. M. Sister Laura Goddard ; W. S. ° JBrov AljDre^li^nson;^ IVv<jr.; Sister Elizabeth Jones, W. Chaplin Bro. Jos. Hollingshead. The worthy chief Templer elect being abaeut, .^ro. Joseph Alexander was duly elected to-fill the-Vs Church of Bridgewater.—The good people of this church completely surprised their " pastor, Tfc?. James''M. Shields, on Christmas eve, by placing in his parlor a very handsome and valuable parlorset, :He hardly knows which to admire most, tbe liberality of the peopje in furnishing thp/mooey^or the gpj&d taste of the committe...

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

MARBIED. DAVIS-WEAVER-hrNew Brighion, Dec.,2ith, by Rev. c. H. Johnston. Mr^f John W. Davis to Miss Sue M. Weaver, both of Vanport, Pa. COJtKLB-STEPHENSON—On TbUreday,|Decem. ber 26th, 1872, by Rev. A. O. Rockwell, Frank Conkle, M. D., of Hookstown, Pa., to Miss Sarah Stephenson, of Frankfort Springs, Pa. MUSGROVE—DALE—On December 26th, by John Smart, £sq.vMr. William Musgrove to Miss Kate Dale, both of East Palestine. Ohio. MOORE—WOODROFFE-On Tuesday, December 24th, by Rev. W; F. Lauck, at St. ClaireviUe, Ohio, H. R. Moore, Esq., of Beaver. Pa., to Miss Sadie Woodroffe, of St. ClairsvUle, Ohio. WYNN-WILSON-De,cember 3d, at Smith's Ferry, Pa., by Rev* . J. B. Wallace, Isaac T, Wynn. of Shippingsport, Beaver county, Pa., to Sarah Wilson, of Wellsville,Ohio. ERWIN-RARNES-December 26th, at Smith's Ferry,Pa., by Rev. J. B. Wallace, Ovid P. Erwin and Rebecca A. Barnes, both of Green Valley, Beaver county. Pa.

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