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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

"DANKING HOUSE ^ 'OF ,#, R. E. & H. HOOPES, ' NEW BRIGHTON, PA. Correspondence of Banks, Bankers and Mer chants solicited. Collections promptly mad* rod remitted. QyHTQ-.ty. J. TAMES T. BRADY & 00., " (Successors to 8. Jones ft Co„) Cob. FOURTH AVENUE * WOOD STBEET PITTSBUBGH, B A N K E R S, BUY AND SELi ALL KINDS OF INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS A?MA?KET^^ NWVIKNM ^TONDS JSG '^&B^otiSF^ ^***. *^>™.i JA.S.V T. BRADY dVCO.

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

O. S.BABKXB. T. A. BiRKKB. . O.A:BABUB Q. E BARip ffia, -- N«w Bbwhtoh, PssrV, . G. S. BARKER & CO., Bkavbb Fails, Penh'a., e^sr^-E-iRB - ..'' . . DEAtEBS 1H EXCHANGE, COIN, COUPONS, Ac. Collection* made on all accessible points inlhe United State* and. Canada. Accounts of .Merchants, Manufacturers and Indi viduals solicited. Interest allowed on Time Deposits. Seia^Sr denCe WU1 recelre Pron,Pt attention. TVOCHESTER SAVINGS BANK. JOHH V. M'POHAIP, W. S. srSYXBXB, GEO. C. 8PBJKBEB, H. J. BPETKBKB, Cashier speyerei^ & Mcdonald, Dealers in exchange, Coin, Government Secnrl-' tie»,make collections on alVaccessible points in the United States and Canada, receive money on deposit subject to check, and receive time deposits oi • one dollar and upward, and allow interest at 6 per 1 cent. . ;, -¦,.«-'' ¦"""-'' By-laws and Bales furnished free by applying' at at the bank.' _ . ... , . r i Bankopetfdaflyfrom 7'a. ra.; tilli p.m., and on Saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock. B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

. '. . t ¦ ;,-1- - ,.V.V.-». t- »JI t—I n s ji t a n c e <3 o ;t - HARTFORD, CONN. * , PA1DTBP COITAL,! <i3;oo6,06irf CASSlSSfiTS, V|^S#,S(J4M.'J TOTAX'U^QSeL^^-^ imT^s^mfi 111^*0*6^*- *£ ^^^^^^mi^^ -i-'r-'- , -Ioasea paid in 51,feara,f mmtm& smmm L(X)kio:wealtha4d wc^tor^saiBRy. Loo f^Mw^^ ^^y ^ ¦' ^f^^^^^Tom^^ri^.t t,-'' ;U;, ii^- tan ^m&iw^ &k^z- ¦& wfmmmmmlammmmammmm immmamummmmmmmmmmmmfmmmm , Ei NtBRMit&^ooS .;;aud 5 -\ W w^^^^^m^M^< iP ^a::. No. }98XriH8T^v(Iate«.clsJr,)' * is I-"'-'" .'FITTBBUB'gB^. ''*' ""' '"^"~: ]i»MWl-yt;? g i . ; tMEAL McCAUJON - _ :r^<l M^..8:H TJti-oiij&iil<^; "J.- v' '-;f ^.; ¦? i. V % "A^X" • S"A^fe ^ jO N ,f;4' ' Yi BT1THSTBEET, PITIBBURGH, -l.--; CHOICE vLjQUQBS T&BBAX,-iM&JH- ;»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

- --•*'-/ ' -.jj^»-fc--",-* ¦ ----- - __- „jJ_^^,^^^^^^^^^^iMBBBBBBBBl THE lEitlfe BAIKAL i t. n SMITH CURTffi. j|PlTOB. <———¦ ' ! ' ¦ '" ' "'^^ ' ¦ -—'-'---'— * -.' ^SBA^TEiH^VA^, "'•' '""¦ PjteftT IttornlnK, January 24,1873. ' CBEAP TBATV8POBTATION. General Grant - in> *his message called attention'*'to] ib<8 importance -of fdrritsniog- cbeaper ^trfinsportation for the - surplus^ pro* ducts of the South and West to the Atlantic, and the subject is Occupy? ingjtfce. thoughtful attention of our Statesmen, and is being" agitated somewhat by. the press of the country. General Grant pointed out two roujes, both feasible, and recommended Congress to g|ve them serious consideration. These routes were the extensions of the Kanawha and James River canal to the Ohio and the Chesapeake and Ohio canal. In regard to this latter route a committee has beta appointed and instructed to secure a charter for the improvement and navigation of the Youghiogheny river, and a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

Beaver Falls, Jan. 21. \m ' Mr.EdUor: Will you please give me a place in your paper to say something about John Chinaman ? We heard a speech sometime since, in Which the speaker'took strong ground against the system of introducing Chinese labor into this country. He said the Chinese would work for two cents a dayj and also declared himself opposed to such cheap labor, and considered it an outrage upon the laborers of the country. Now Mr. Editor, as to the iniquity of the Coolie trade, we are agreed that all engaged in it should be severely punished, but as to the matter of introducing Chinese or any other kind of laborers, who will behave themselves, obey the laws and develop the resources of the country, we differ from our esteemed friend. When Chinamen come to this country they mean busihes ? They come here to make money, and the idea oi keeping out Chinese labor is neither in accordance with sound politicaj economy nor the principles of tbe Gospel. What we need in this co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

INAUGURATION OF GOVEBNOB BARTBANFT. General John F. Ilartranft, Governor elect, was inaugurated last Tuesday. The city of Harrisburg was filled with strangers. Various military organizations from different parts of the State were present, and participated in the ceremonies. Although the day was unfavorable everything passed off according to previous arrangement, and in a very acceptable manner. Governor Geary walked arm in arm with General Hartranft to the mam stand in front of the Capitol, where the inauguration took place. George H. Anderson, Speaker of the Senate, administered the official oath. After the cheering of the immense multitude had subsided, the Governor proceeded to deliver his inaugural, which is exceedingly able and practical, touching upon all the leading questions of general interest to the State. This interesting document will apbear in our next issue. The Governor's vigorous style and j tolerant manner, will disarm his enemies and meet with praise from a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

* « * jROJjt^nRisntmG. Senate and Honae Committees-Local Option-Governor** Appotartpenta—««n»y»»'; »»»Ija©».-' Correspondence of the RadicaL Harbisbubo, Jan. 20,1873. Speaker An derson annpuoced the Senate committees on Friday, and the important committees were coae^uted as predicted in our last. Coif M^Jure; is well satisfied with the positio3i8 assigned him, although be objects being charged to the Democrats. There is a very general satisfaction with the arrangement of the committees, Republicans, Democrats and Liberals all feeling that they have been fairly treated. In the House.the. committees were not announced until .Wednesday, and Speakei fillet is entitled to- great credit for Inejddgmfint and impartiality manifested in the make-up of the committees. The membersTrom your district, confidering that this is the first session for all, fared unusually well. Mr. Cross is on Ways and Means, Education, Public Printing, Manufacturers, and Estates and Escheats. Allison is on Ra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

• '""^¦¦"¦^^¦¦¦•¦^¦-¦¦—¦—¦™» S55-SS5SSB5?5i!i Money and MatHmony. —M\nRv- ino fob Cash—Sharp Opbbations—An Unsuccessful ' "ScHBjlB;^-Some time since a man named Jesse E. Porter came to this city, With his Iwife ;and iamityj and put up at one of pur principal hotels. He had formerly been engaged as a clerlt tor^j"ifotel l^^^f^^^^^^liSf died, leaving his widow in comfortable clr£ui^t*n^£;p>^;;^ fcf good address and fine perwnai' appeal ance, made Jove to the widow, and was m>t long in ascertaining that his attentions were quite agreetbf& to her. An atfftgM^ti^ time;-and early last winter the -family moved to this city, in'i!#tisA* Tacyrremaiped here oply about three months/ during which time be spent, or got rid of | di»j|| -Jiijr ^^'^|Be>f ;j;^t|9ieil^ frequently of f£oJa£, ipto business, but neverdld anything while here. His vifef wh«> is a most estimable woman, and ardently attaehed to him, was willing to make almost any sacrifice for his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

^ \?Z?^- r:"n'37^-l^^:«ei^r^dlea^ ; ;,r:-»-.;»;^r;^Pm<Mf^MiOtVi< • :."r ¦:/ Pp. ^t f ;*fln ways that^are^arau^trlclra tl^ ate vain"—&mj nwn are very p^ ;V-•:'-;¦¦v To be punctual is to be successful—at least in the majority of cases* Seeing that we have just started in a new year; it may not be amiss to conslderhow much of our happinesa, how much of others' happiness, and how much the success-of ourselves and others depend t upon punctuality. ^ Men in every A calling in life would do well to be always found on the punctual list. If yon are • miniater of the gospel, punctuality la essential. Are you a pUyslciatt? then punctuality adds infinite value to your profelsion.. You oaonqt be aaucceasfuV lawyer without being punctual. As a teacher or educator, "Punctuality is indi?pen&»ble. la focu merchants,; rnanuliwturers^ arUstsv *nd last, but not, least, laborers—yefvall, no difierence ?wba> jtheir avocntitm iiuiy bei will always be benefitted b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

j Onr Bodily Iuflrmltles. Physical infirmities are the lot of all. Millions are always sick. No man. woman or child is. uniformly in perfect health. Much, however, of the sickness and suffering which render life a burden to bo many of our fellow beings is due to care? leasnese and neglect. A mighty antidote, to the eading causes of diseai-e has been provided, it as harmless as it is efficient. No iioitonous drug enters into its composition, it is~nn undee|4 stimulant, tonic and aperient, of which every ingredient is vegetable. This unexceptionable preventive and restorative medicine is not "a new thjng under the sun." Hostetter'e Stomach Bitters will goon have«been before the world a quarter of a century; and it is not too much to aver that thousands, aye, tens of thousand?, are now using it who would have been in their graves years ago had they hot been strengthened and sus tained by this wholesome stimulant. The raniditj with which minor ailments oftenJecome. when neglecte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

if. H. Chrlnty, H^t po*t-office, will receive 11 kinds of produce W exchange for goods, and will pay the highest prices of the market. MABRIED. SHANER-QTJTEBMUTB—On the 17th, Inst., by Bev. Jno. Brown, at Knob, Beaver county. Pa., Mr. David P. Shaner, to Miss Annie C."Outermute, i : . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ DIED. NASH—On Tuesday, January 21st. Mr. Frank Nash, of Greene Township. NEW BRIGHTON GRAIN MARKET. CORUECTED WHEitlT BT WADE WlLBOf White Wheat per bushel fi 65 New Bed " ** "• 160 Rye " " j 70 Oats *' " .Trrrr^ss Corn (old she lied) •* 60 Buckwheat " l no

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

|lcw lUU'Crtisenunt.s. -pXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OP JAMES PORTER. DECEASED Letters testamentary on the estate of James Portor, late of Bridgewater boro., Beaver county. Pa., having been granted to the undersigned, ¦ all parties knowing themselves indebted to said estate aire requested to moke immediate payment, and those having claims against tbe same will present them properly authenticated for settlement. J. C. WILSON; Bx'r., jan24-6t -r- Brighton township.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

QNLY ONE DOLLARr The BUMBLE BEE is a handsome monthly magazine, of thirty-two large pages' besides the cover, printed on good paper, and devotod to the instruction and entertainment of the American people. The price isfbat within the reach of all, being only <j -> \ ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ! Every subscriber receives, mailed free, a premium of a beautiful chromo, 13x17, entitled the - .¦ £ "JMWELCOME VISITOR" * That is what is commonly sold in the picture stores as ah eight dollar chromo; therefore every iubecriber to the Boxble Bee receivc^the value of , $9.00 FOR $1.00! - WeVant in every locality of the United States andTCanadas, good, active AGENTS,. ' and to such persons we will pay liberal commissions or large premiums. CHILDREN from ten to fifteen years old. make excellent canvassers. Send for full par Iculars, and don*t forget to send on your own subscription, so as to obtain the magazine for yourself, and the beautiful chromo. , Address . - janMStx BUMBLE BEE. Albi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

0.-X.. JCBBRHABT. r , , W. L. BEDI80N. A WORD WITH YOU! ' ! , ^To Bay Property, ^' :i Tc^SeilPtoperty, ; Your House Insured, 1 Yonr Goods Insured, .«v —, ¦' ¦¦ Your Ufelnsnred, If You Want To Insure Against Accidents To Lease "Sour House, To Hire a Houso,\ To Buy a Pann, X > To Sell a Farm, Any Legal Writing Done, \ Do noj fail to call at the office of N EBERHART & BED I 8ON,-j GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS AND REAL ESTA^TE BRQKERB, No. S23 BROADWAY, NEW BRIGHTON, septafMy " Beaver County, Pa. * JOB PRINTINGATfHE-^ ' s^&azofftob

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

LOCAL ITEMS. _ AersTs.-C. w. Taylor, Beaver Falls; Evan j>nPh, Xew Brighton; J. Llnnenbrink, Rochester. XO ADVBRTISEBS.—THe Beaver Radical i* the mo»t extenalirelr eHrci-,ated Weekly Newapaper In Weatern Pennsylvania. =—:—'¦ r-*- : r~ ' fleveland & PHWbUTBh Railroad. mnng West—Mail, 7,46 a. m; Accommodatior 540 p. m.. Ming East— Accommodation, 9,19 ». m; Mail, 5,37 p. m; Express, 7,67 p.m. Arrival and DepMtnr* of Simile, .'; Weftern mail leaves at 8 a.nu^|nveB at4p.m. Eastern mail leaves at 8 p.m.; arrives at 9 a.m. New Lisbon mail Ifcaves every Friday, (instead ol Monday), st 8a. m,; arrives on Saturday, at 8 p. m. Blscfc Hawk, St.Clair»eiarkson andNew Ltobott.) h. noss. •¦;-; ^ " . tr Sleigh for 5ate--Inquire of Dr. J. C. Levis, Bridgewater. ¦ . -^ _ Tbe time is now cominfr for public sales, and tbe place to get bills printed 'ip at Thb Basioai. office. ,..'.. . . .'. - ; - ¦>¦ '..- - ¦¦•. .-¦ Take Notice—To Our Subscribebs. _^Ve bave a very large Sub...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

rftit} J5: S%^0^W ^^\$^ 'r-l --~-':"' ^'¦¦.*; -:V ; - ^v-^.^<\\h. ?V• '"S-lZl-TJ^fTj^smr WGE COMFANY^ :/^f^y«iN^ ORGANIZED IN APRIL, 18 78* _ •-, - : ¦ V ~ ; \ •. • '"" |."." .j ..-1 4,.; : : ¦ : ¦ - ¦ - --•:¦--¦ " M^'V-V*f PAID UP CAPITAL ®i30;oop.oa: '^mmmmm^- BOARD OP DIRECTORS. l--^ ¦•'' ¦* ¦'! ¦' ' : . ;' Hon. W. W. JONES Bon. C. H. SCBIBNBR, Mow.C.A.KING, Hon. W. A. COLLINS WM. BAKSB, F.J.KJNQ, 8. H. BBBGBN, *C< H. COY4-C.L.LUCB, PEBBYCBABBS, J. B. SW1GABT, BOBBBT CUMMINGS, JOHN CUMMINGS, L.T.THAYEB, PBBD BATON; J. B. OSBORNE, WAGER 8WAYNE, CLARENCE MORRIS, J. W. BOSS, E. W.E.KOCH, PELEG T. CLARKE, W. 8. WATTE, CHAS. COCHRAN. : ,'"l ' ¦ ¦ " ."' OFFICERS. S. H. BERGEN, President. ' ,: F. J. KING, Vice President. • • -j CHARLES COCHRAN, Secretary. ¦,;.>' r ,>.. '¦>.'¦' .'i . ¦ -4 J. F. ABI8, Assistant Secretary. *- . , . ..,; '•::j.,!, --„*"_ ¦-*;'.;'.? <- ; ¦ .¦ ' . ''. .' p , W. W. JONES, Medical Examiner. • i WILLIAM BAEER, Attorney...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

DUNLAP, J; *.,-Attdrney >t Law., Offlcein thoCourt-hou«j, Beaver, Pa. All legal business promptly attended to. y > my5"»4r BUBVISt J.Hi, dealer to Fancy Dry Goods, Choice Groceries, and Notions. (Specialty'iea and Sugar.) tflour, Fe«dV and Wooden-ware, corner of Tutrd and Bofttlcrstreet*, Beaver, Pa. novltfTl -iti ¦'-#¦. '.-,v :¦¦:<>.--- -^ : -]¦ MONCTT, 1>B. J.a..P»VMClA» AJBDbpB«OM Special attention; paid tt-tmnwvt *>f_*emale Slseases. ttesidence ^ and ottce on Third street, aftw doore we*£of. th*> Qfggggfa^ i i.T.ianw toob., dealer In Pry Goods and A^^t^TMrt «p4KU» «t*. U.flEfl^ WXNN A., dealer to Dry Goods and.Qmidn. Also CivilBagtoeet and Land -:*«rtMbr, nmm***:-:'-'\-'----»-<---v> ¦¦"-¦-•• J***^* CLABK J. B~ dealer In Groceries *^ **»#*• IStttTThirittwet. !>«"» SN1TGEB 8. * CO., dealer in Groceries and Proviaions , Third street. y:-; : . ^ BACOX Mbs.! B. H.„ dealer to Millinery Goods ^d^toSrs,<^Mst....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

NEW BRIGHTON. BON TON BESTAUBANT and EATING SALOON.—Meals; at all hours, table supplied with all the deUcacics ot tbe season. Prices low. William Strickland, corner of Falls aid Broadway. septftMy. I t> AKKY G, F., general dealer to Groceries. Feed, J Oueensware, Glass, &c. Bags, Iron and Erase taken at highest prices. /Railroad at; oct21 S1BMEN GEO. V., manafactnrer iof Cakes and Confectioneries. Particular attention paid to parties and wedding orders. ' octTTO ILLILANDA. D. &Co., dealers in Fane? and Domestic Dry Goods and Groceries, Broadway* _j - : septaS'TO BBAtEB FALLS. rpANNEY BROS., House and Sign Painting, A. Graining and Glazing in all their branches. Also FrertoTainting in Oil, Distemper and Water Colors. Orders executed on short notice, in the best manner and on reasonable terms. Main St., BeayerFalla. Pa. ^ i [noy29-ly. oTfiVENSON&wrrriSH, Beal E$tate Agents. O All kinds of Real property for sale and exchange. Northeast corner Sixth add ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

Tf«STRAY STEER V Broke Into the enclosure of the subscriber to Brighton toworhlpartoutthe 15fh ofCttober last, a red and white muley steer, supposed to be two y«arsold last spring. The owner is desired to prove his property, pay charges and take mm Jway. otberwlro he will b\» disposed ^ of «, the taw for est!?' ^ requires. JOHN ANDREWS. Brighton fp.. Nov. 5,1812. ¦ . /P^IRLS WANTED. " . '" ~~ FIVB FIRST CLASS HANDS ON PANTS AND VESTS. Noneb^ngt^iejdS^^ Merchant Tailors,4 bmiS4,71 Broadway, New Brighton^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 24 January 1873

;;i-^::;.3^5IMM^4^'••'¦¦ • - • ,¦.: eOVRTY OFFICBRfil. President JMoe—A. W.Acheson. ^d««ocict/««—Mfiton Lawrence. Joseph C.Wilson. . iVoMonotery—John Caughey. l^i^.€ourt^ohiLC.Mm. SAenf-^ohnGnetbag. Reamer tfr^woft fw^Darius Singleton. Treasurer—CbultB P. WaUaccT^ , t*wwni»rt<wwr»—Joseph Brittain. / ' . Samuel Torrence. 1 Hugh J. Marshall. ^tefOtmmlSiiOners^Joh&liWowh. ; ^w^toOMfan4«rt«air^s-HenryHice. i- Owofwr-Daniel Corbus. . • AwtUors-Ju. H. Christy. Smith Curtis. «,w - .W»^C. Hunter. JteffrGoimMtoners^m^mrn^ >tr<^^^^»or^be^fcr BiramKeea; Trust** ¦^dmtmmJ!t!SSSTm' S-J-Crossr' John Murray, , ¦ Henry HicT • Mattison Darragh JamesM.SraUn^' TERMS OFCOEBT. Third Monday of March, second Mondavft. T first Monday of September, and secondiflaaft. November. «onaay ot

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