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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

A Pennsylvania "Captain Jaek." —It may not be generally known that, in the old Indian times, there existed in Middle Pennsylvania, a veritable " Captain Jack" of great prowess, whose deeds of desperate valor as a Border-ranger, and a reckless "Iudian fighter," made him as famous in his day, as his latter Modoc namesake is in ours. By whatever name this singular and mysterious character was then called, whether "Captain Jack,' "Tbe Black Hunter," "The Black Rifle," or the '-Wild Hunter of the Juniata," in tbe new Historical novel called "Old Port Duqueane, or Captain Jack the Scout," just published in Pittsburgh, by Charles McKnight, E*q., editor of Peoples Monthly, this grim redoubtable warrior figures as the hero, and Braddock's expedition and bloody battle are the central points. We are in receipt of this book and can assure our readers that, without being at all what is known as "sensational," it is live from cover to cover, and teems with stirring scenes, desperate strug...

Publication Title: Argus And Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

"local news. —— -* .' I CIRCULATION 2,800. f.jeve.'atid <fc Pittsburgh Railroad. j ,i0 vitAl'_aiail, 7,-10 a. m ; Accominodr.tio j <i i. m- ¦ ' .J.KQ /^—Accommodation, JUS" a. mr Mall, ,.'p.'m: Esprets, 0,07 p. m. , arrival and Departure of JHalts. ' M- ..^it mail leaves at 6.45 a.m.: arrives at 3 p.m. i •v-tern mail leave? ct 2}. in.; srriu^ iittj vue attention of tbo publicia directed [ tiie following New' Advertisements Jbich appear for the first time in The iBacs act Ramcaii to-day : 1,1 »dT-L. D. Sine C cf.nos and Organs—Charlotte Blame Is6m ^ffflitiire-Close, Sboeneck & Co 3s3m KouindShoes-J. H. Borland Mm ^maery Goode—Poner, Donald&on & Co 5s2m f«nt« Wanted-Merrlfk & Lyons laim s£«Adv-LeeS. Smith* Co 3*Sm swAdr-G.B.Barrett <fc Co 8s2m rUbin0'—J- Hannach 2fr5m t'otaach Bitters—American Bitters Co lHtCm sVi-ci- iu Bankruptcy—Darius Singleton It3t s^tice m Bankruptcy—0. L. Jackson Is 8t kfW viva—Geo. P. Kowell & Co 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

Sadden Death.—Mrs, Adams, relict _o£_-theriate Hon Beoj. Adams, of this place, died suddenly at her home on last Wednesday morning. She had not been in good health for a dav or. two past, but no serious consequences were apprehended from her indisposition. 'On Wednesday morning, however, she took worse very suddenly, and in a few minutes afterwards, she breathed her last, Mrs. A. was a christian lady, highly esteemed for her many virtues, and her sudden death ia a matter of sincere regret to all who knew her. She was 91 years of age. Ust of Lettres remaining in Beaver Post-ofl5ce, October 1st, 1873. Mrs. Rebecca Barnett; Mrs. Mary Beam, Mr. W. J. Clowes, Mr. G. D. Carson, Mr. W. F. Davis, Claries Fisher, Mr. James Fetterson, Mrs. Johanna Fowler, (care of John fFowler) Mr. Thomas Heart, Misa Mary Ellen Jackson, Mrs. Maria Xioomis, Mr. James Rhodes, Mr, JoBn Reed, J. H. Stevens, Esq., (2), F. W. Tower, Esq., Isaao Sutherland, Mr. William Walters; Q. B, Warrington. Millinery ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

tnr oi Golden and Silver Jelly Cake. uoldbh vjlxm. —rane yoiKB eignt eggs. well beaten, add one cap White sugar, one halfcup of batter, one-half cup' of sweet milk, and one-and-tbroe quarters enpft of flour, having in it one-half mesa are of Banner: Baking Powder. Sixyeb Cakb*—Take one-half cup batter, two hups white sugar, three quarters cups of sweet milk; flavor to taste, then add the whites of eight egos, well beaten, and three cups of flour, having in it one measure Banner Baking Powner. Each can of tha Banaer Baking Powder contains a am ill measure, to bs used even fall, according to printed direction*. If you cannot obtain this really valuable article from your growr. send twenty-five cents by mail, addressed to Banner Baking Powder, P. O. Lock Box, 317, Pittsburgh Pa., and you will receive^podtage paid, a quarter pound package, together *rith a list of fifty trainable recipes. " Fancy Barred, r^lain Country Flannels all Wool, at 40 and 45 cts. per Yard. Great Bargain...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

Receipts Bearer Ccuuty Fair.— The following will show the amount of money taken in at the- Fair, and tbe several sources from Which it came: From family tickets *. $2,353 00 Prom single tickets ...•-. 6S2 00 From Seminary 7 20 Fromhorse tickets...... W 85 From horse tickets (double) 38 60 From grand stand 38980 ^F'romlife membership .30r00 Fromstalis, '81)50 From stands :.;., -flfrt 60 From entrance fees.l.'.. '.,¦•' 380 00 From oats. S45& FromState ':.. 100 Q0 ' Total..:: Um«i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

The American Cyclopedia, first published about fifteen years ago has been thoroughly revised and ianow being reissued by D. Appleton <fc Co. of New York. James Fife% Esq., of Baaier Falls is the Agent for the county, and be is now engaged in taking subscriptions. He proposes to deliver one volume every two months, requiring two years and a half to deliver tbe full set. In this, way many persona will be enabled to get the work who migbt not be able to pay at once. It is by far tbo ablest work of tbe kind ever issued from the press in this country, and is not surpassed even iu Europe. No library is complete without it, and doubtless the Agent will dispose of many copies iu this county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

Millinery Good*, Fancy Notions, dec. --A few days ago we excepted an invitation to at • tend an "Opening" of fall styles at the new whole - sale millinery house of Porter, Donaldson St Co., 187 Wood street, thinking that we would give onr lady readers a description of the bonnets and styles. On visitingpt. and finding onrselvea-oom pleteiy surrounded by the milliners of the city and neighborhood, we found It would be simply impossible to give any description of all the boune.ta. that would be at all attUfttc^orjr to ourselves or others. Hence We shall only mention one or two, and first, among those that seemed to strike us, and come in for gene A praise, was a handsome velvet in two, shades pi blue, the darkesMbade being the old cloth blue that our grandmothers wore, bnt now catted marine bine. It was very handsomely trimmed with a plume shaded to match velvets. The face trimming was very simple yet very pretty, .consistinu only of a bow of light blue gross-gnu n ribbon which br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

To Everyone.—Have yon given ond thought to tbe fact that cold weather ia close at band, and where can I bay my winter clothing to the best advantage. If not look at the many reasons why jpv can do better at S. & J. Suelieubu rg>, the New Brighton clothiers, than any other house in Western Pennsylvania. 1st. You can see a large stock. 2d. Get better and more stylish made goods. 3d. And buy tbem at a reasonable price. . - You can get suits, overcoats, fins shirts and underwear for men, youths and boys of the latest styles. Special attention is calied to the large stock] of men's boys" and children's overcoats which will be sold at a discount before November 1st, 1873. S. 6 J.Snellanburg, Clothiers and Tailors, jjeir Brighton, Pa. ^ [Press and Star please copy.) '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

-— — --?—¦ • The Premium Cook Stove.—The Improved Howard for sale by Bruce & Brierly, Beaver Falls, Pa., is not oply the best-and most beautiful, but Jibe cheapest First Class Cooking Stove iu the market. It has been in use for over five years and has given entire satisfaction; and for beauty of design and cleanliness we defy competition, We do not employ traveling agents nor peddlers' to canvass the county, (as many of the dealers doj have neither freights nor drayage to pay, and therefore give our ens the advantage ofth» f»aai£ Wo have also a full line of Heating Stoves oi the best improved patterns always on hand which we are selling at panic prices. Come and see us and be convinced. oct&*3t Owing to the great monetary panic which prevails. I have been able to buy my Dry Goods and Millinery at greatly reduced prices, (being a cash buyer,) aa I always give my Customers the benefit of every Bargain I make, persons will find it to their interest to call at th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

lichael! to |tn« Front Michael ^nzenbader, born at Weiler, Tck the ••¦•-pjotn of Wurtemburg, Germany; is •''anted. He can be rich if he so wills it. j '-p is reported in Germany to have been "V:dS in Springfield township, Mahoniug county, Ohio, some time ago. Dere *p a considerable sum of money on , f:tt»osit for him in one of the German ; ,aDks, left him by a near relative, sever- j hl years since. This has accumulated '"P-dly and j8 now sufficient to out tf-ehaelon a solid financial basis. Where *• beT is now the question. He came to «-»country in 1821. Information of ^-tcself or heirs or otherreiati ves should k sent to Mr. E. Ritter, Ynungstown <toio. lftnelost is not found, we are '•"aid a good many people will be sorry af tbey cannot personate Michael, and **ik away with the rusty thalers. " - •- -—¦—-^—— - ^e trustees of the Frankfort Acadea? bave elected Mr, J. L. Stitt, of the *-*¦» of 1873, in Wooster Universitv, ' Principal of the academy, vice. Prof, i e&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

gustee&s iJtoctox'S. DRUGS, MEDICINES AND PERFUMERIES James £. Burns & Co., Penn & Sixth Sts ENGRAVERS ON WOOD. fJD Butler, 22 5th avenue FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN. James Bennett, 132 Smitbfield St. Send ibr Fred Catalogue. FURNITURE. TB Young &CoV»lSxrtithfie]d St. J. W.Woodwell&Co.* 97 & 99 Third Ay^nue. caarritEMEN's furnishing GOODS. H. J. Adams. 72 5th avenue, (Importer.) Shirts a specialty, GTTNS AND FISHING TACKLEH. H. Schoite, 330 Liberty St. HATS AND CAPS. Gordman &Mackley,117 Wood St Wholesale and retail. * HATS, CAPS & STRAW GOODS. R H Palmer, 151 Wood St. (Wholesale.) i, HAIR GOODS. Julitn Morrow, 73 Market St. HOTELS. StClair Hotel, corner 6th and Penn Sts Ametican House, 842 Liberty St. JEWELERS. D. P. Hoyle, 85 5th avenue. Geo. W. Biggs, 159 Smithiield Street. JOB PRINTERS and STATIONERS. Stevenson & Foster, Third Ave. and Wood St KEYSTONE BURNING FLUID. P. Weisenberger & Co., 120Smith...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

gu$io«& gjiwrtotjj. BEA EB. P. H. ASKEW. J.M. BCCHAUAN. ACNEW it. BUCHANAN, _> Attorneys at Law, Third Street, Beaver, Penn'a. oct9-ty " Opposite the Argt-a oCoe. JAMES H.CUNNINGHAM, Attorney at Law, Third street Beaver, Fa. 3 *td door below J. Moore's drug Btore. J OHN b. WILLIAMS, haix-cutter and shaverwork done in beet style, wigs, switches and topples made op to order. Terms moderate. Shop in the weet end of the Union hotel building, Beaver, Pa, ang80-T3*4y M& J. LAWRENCE, Physicians A Surgeons, • office that formerly occupied by U. b: Revenue; Assessor,Third street, Beaver, Pa. aprll-ly HOMAS DONBBOO. M. D. Office lower door In John Border's building, Beaver, Pa. ap2Stf iLLSR, J. W. Physician and Surgeon, office that formerly occupied byDrs. McKinny and Lawrence. Residence, Dr. McNntt'a house. UNLAP, J. F., Attorney at Law. Office in the Coun-houae, Bewit, Pa. Ail legal bosi* pass promptly attended to. myy78-ly TJRVISNL H., dealer In Fancy Dry Goods...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

gttjjfowisi giwrtotjj* FREEDOM. LOCKHART, De. J. R. se3(r70 VANPORT. T WAGGONER, dealer in general Merchandise • Dry Goods, Groceries, Qneensware, &c Highest prices paid tor country produce. Rail road street. Vannort. aprll. ALLEGHENY CITY. DR.J.S.WINANS.Electrlcal Physician; Chronic dlBeaeefl made a specialty. Office, 187 Washburton aVenne. Allegheny City, Pa, [sepi4;ly anSCELLANEOUS. JOHN THORNII_-Y,Haan-ttt-rerof the Great O Republic Cooking Stove, and Patentee of Portable extension top and centre. FaUston. Pa. EMIL BOTT, ARTIST, will glva private lessons in Drawing and Painting at bis residence in Rochester, Pa., in the building formerly occupied by H. N. Frjuier, dee'd. ee34-8m. 0

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

BARNTJM'S HOTEL Cor, Broadway and Twentieth Street. NEW YORK. On Both American and European Placs. Complete with all modern improvement*; roots" en suite and single; private parlors, bath*, elevstors, Ac. Location unsurpassed, being in tie very centre of fashion and brilliant New Tow life. In proximity to Chinches and places ol Amusement, and Lord & Taylor's, Arnold i Constables' and J. & C. Johnston's Dry Goodpalaces. The hotel is under the management oi A. 8. Barnum, formerly ofBamum'a hotel, Balamore; L N, Green, of Dayton, Ohio, and recency of New Tork, aad Freeman Barnum, of Barnum p Hotel, 8t Louis. aogST to

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

NEW CAEPm. A Very Large Stock IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC c_?_:rp ets Oil Cloths, &o. LOW PRICED CARPETS Of every kind, WHOLESALE and RETAIL, HENRY McCALLbl 5 1 FIFTH AVENUE, r (Near Wood Street)., i. j ^H^ir© $^K&;g 2P& sepl8;ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

•**. JOSBPBAND ZULAIKHA. The Story of Madame DePotfphar with FerVlan Addend., which are very Important-A Beaottfol Tale. "" The London Atheneum gives a careful review of tbe "Analysis and Specimens of Joseph and Zulaikha, an Historical romantic poem," by tbe Persian poet Jami, recently published by Williams & Norgate, and in the review occur S)me in-/tcresting pointa relating to tbe poet and * tbe poem. Oriental poetry, tbe critic holds, like Oriental art, bas its own peculiar genius, and tbe Western mind must be trained before it can enjoy or admire it Tbe poem of" Joseph and Zuliakba," one of the gems of Persian poetry, by Abderabman Ibn Ahmed—or as be is usually called, Nured-din Jami from the place of bis birth, is, perhaps, the work most likely to be attractive, though we doubt whether the most patient of readers could get through the pr>em as a whole, in spite of its many beauties. The present modest little brochure, which contains tbe analysis of the stor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

~ ^DlgECTdllY^^ TO Leading Business louses OF PITTSBURGH Arranged for _ie convenience of Onr Iteadeie ADVERTISING AGENCY. Thos. L. McClelland, Dispatch Building, 67 and 69 Fifth Avenue, authorized agent for all leading newspapers in the United States. AKLZONA DIAMOND JEWELRY. Set in solid gold, 27J^ 6th street. AWNINGS, TENTS & TARPAULINS. E. Maraaux. & Son, 175 & 177 Penn St. ARTIFICIAL LINE MAN'F'G CO. Dealers in Crutches,. Trusses, etc, 279 Penn streets. ARTISTS' AND SURVEY-US' MATERIALS. Geo. W. Backofen, 161 Smithfield St AMUSEMJ_JN 1S. Library Hall, Penn St. Burnell's Museum, Fifth Ave. Fred. Aims' American Theatre, Fifth Avenue. Pittsburgh Opera House, Fifth .ive. Trimble's Varieties, Penn St. BANKS AND BANEERS. Diamond Savings Bank, 6 Diamond, (over $S5,000,000 security for Deposits United States Bank, 123 4th Avenue. Duqueane Savings Bank, 64 Fourth Ave. Geo. B. Hill & Co., 58 Fourth Avenue. BOLTS, NUTS & WASHERS. Hubley, Adam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

laDtoQi: How Lost, Bow Bestorei. IflgJEgaaJust published, a new edition of Br. IUm? Culverwell's Celebrated Es-^"^_p aav on tbe radical cure (without medicine) ot Sr-B-A-roBaHUU or Ispotenct. Mental and physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc. 5 &l*o» Cohbumptiqs, Epeuspsy and Fits, Induced by self-indulgence or eezual extravagance. B^Priee in a sealed envelope only 8 cents. The cele orated author, In this admirable essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming consequence of self-abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the application ol the knife; pointing oat a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically. t_r"TWs lecture should be in the hantfs of every youth and every man in the land. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post-paid on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

BEAVER FALLS. | = ' I ITTM. ROBERTSON, Dealer in the justly cele- I VV brated Domestic sewing Ma ibine. Ladies j call and be convinced. Main St., B. Falie. (?f,27 I STEWART & SON, Dealers in Yankee yotlona, &c„ Main St., Beaver Va lis, pepl 8:ly TANNEY BROS., House and Sl9n Painting, Graining and Glazing Iu all their branches. Also Fresco, Painting in Oil, Dit-temper and Water I Colors. Orders executed on short notice, in the best manner and on reasonable terms. Main St., ! Beaver Fall9, Pa. [Eor3»iy. i S TEVENSON &WITTISH, Land office No. 198 i Penn street. Pittsburgh, Pa., and Boaver Falls Pa. ._~ _____sept*23'70 K ING Mjrs-E., Miliner and dealer in Drv Goods. Notions, Qneensware, &c. Corner Main and Baker st.' sept23'70. DUNKLBL W. W., manufacturer of and dealer in Boots, Shoes-, Gaiters, <Sc. Corner Race and Main st'e. «ep:23'70 CLARK Mrs. R. B., dealer in Millinery, Fancy Goods and Notions. Main st. seSO'70 ¦¦¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Argus and Radical — 8 October 1873

: tt? _ ¦- = NEW BRIGHTON. N D. CONE, M» D., Ta-e of Darlington • having removed to New-Brk'htcn, offers hla medical service*, in all its branched, to the people of the city and surrounding countrji. Office corner of Butler and Broadway. seplS-ly WISENER & BINGHAM,j#a_uraaurt-rs'orcar riages, buggies, spring-wagcne, back-wagons and vehicles of every description. Bridge Sr. Both practical workmen. Successors to George Mete- marSly ^-VNGNECEER, dealer in Watches, Clocks •_od Jewelry. Repairing neaUy executed, Broadway, near Falls-e - novi'7l-iy W. NJPPBRT, Baker St Confectioner; Ice" • cream. Oysters and Game in season. Balls, Pic-Nlca, Wlddingl, Ac. supplied. ,- novl M. WALLACE, Dealer in Italian Si American Marble; Manufactures Monuments, Gravestones & slabs at reasonaW^-pricgs. Railroad si., near new Depot, New Brighton.^—~^j£etftt 6 J. SNELLENBERG, Merc_*_rTaiiob,— » Broadway, New Brighton. See adv [sp!4;ly H NOSS, Photographer. Wulson's Block, ¦ Broadway. Be...

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