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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

PEAfER AUms rWJRUl AJtD rrjBtrsaiD BT a ¦ i:7m^.^.::WiJFAll».,! • T8Rlf8^-0>»DbuAR and Firrr Cists, -p annum, j» adtauci; otherwise Two Doilak willb*cfca*jr*i, No paper discoritinned, nntl all arr»if«g«« are settled, except at the option cfthVSdiiort V ¦' •• . !¦ ''!::! ¦ - Advertfaements inserted at the rate! of 60 cts. ;P«R»5l<»»»e» of ftftoen lines for one insertion—eaefc snbsequerit insertion 25 cents. A libera] diaooont made to yearly advertisers. JMaT-Letters and communications,: by mair, shall have prompt attention. . j -

Publication Title: Beaver County Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

r jm&^jjjfi £r:\.s ? Keep titoWnal^'tU wljer 1^!^ ~ '.,';} Than sittiiijrasHer :--r£-X'" 1 garb F»illBia*««|*lng 1*1 hlghlng- ' j '.*; ! ; And waiting the .tide, : ; ! In life's earnest battle ' .' They only prevail i Who daily marbh onward And never say fail 1 With an eye ever open, j A tongue that's not dumb, i !—. And: a heart that will never I Tb sorrow succumb, ¦ You'll battle and- conqber, Though-thousands assail ; j How strong and how mighty Who never say fail I i : '- 1 .^ .. ' The spirit of angela ) \- /> j ; :- Isjactive-Itaiowj. , Y' |. j--!";1 4« higher and higher | : Iii Iglory they go; l Mcthinkson bright pinions From hflaven tlysy sail, -; To chder and encourage , Who never say fail J-: ': . . : Ahead, then, keep pushing. And elbow your way, ¦' Unliceding|thc eiiv'inus, ' ,'. ¦!,- Alljiasi-f that bray ; '. ¦',.' i All ob3tacles vanish i~ - ¦! v All enemies quail;-: ! j.. [In the might of their wisdom ! Who never say fail! '[!''. ' ¦ !'• .: In life...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

p Tii£ *^"ouM.|-the mootirU itjrnbblical •of t(i«-«rfiHKf tu-li4jliaf|tfi?8' of man. - This id ¦its' primary Mguifiention especially' of its ln»».|.»«; liiv-iiien ir'/is'tllP JieTjd iuim«( tho digestive organs /It is tne gateway of tha : stomach, thati labratory of nrtturcy in ! which goes on tlia process of <;otiv'crliag • fluids nml solids icto man, metital as well j an pliyfh'nl.' But I the mouth jhas nbp a •'hi ^ liei' nioaning.- Its upper part! is conn'co. | toJjjrit'lij-t^e physicaKcbaracter, ;as its. Iow-! cr withi-fhe' corporeal nature.' Ilonco the j upper lip should e3;tcniM)eyond and govern J tho lower.- . A short [upper lip, deeply hoN 'lowed in the middle, tolls of wit and j liveliness ; a ilosl y . proluding llovrcr lip,' of seyi'sutility and indoli-nco The mouth J should -: bo of niei ium sisa-; when it apjprbuehes either est -erne it becomes aniuial : in its-|<=yuibolyim. i A somewiiat largo I mouth :is rjianly, and! denotes energy ; one j somewhat s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

Wiisoii, €hilt]s|..& Co•'.. ¦Wholesale Dchlcrs iii:} . DRYrrG'6 CDS [ • '.a s.n,u . . ¦¦ - -' J f -lSt-0;'T:t: &N]3;- ..',, '•- Xo. 43, Woil, .St., Pittsfmrgh, Pa., opposite ; / -|'.c_ S?. Cliarlbs Hotel. ¦ . \ j jArcnow rifeciviii'g an'uiinuilly large and'l complete ass irtrrjent of Pry! Goods and Notions, i arid by the lCth <>f Septcntb'er will be prepared : £o exhibit, a. very nttr.ietir.i stofck, which, ;by 'means of a biiyer onstantjly iu tho;martct, will be Kept full thr/jughout tlie i eason. ' The attention of'the trade is respectfully invited. '. _ j- sepj. 3, lSOfl.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

M)TH'Hl . ¦:¦ •':• WHEREAS, I'tlpicrt ^IcKibbin. of Ne w . Castle, Pa,,diave taken out letters of) administration iu tho county of Lawrence, on^ the estate of James IM'Kibbiii, a pedlar in Beaver county p this is-to rejue:t all persons who know themselves indebted t i the said j James M'Kibbtn, that I have appointed James Irons, Esq., of! Hopewell, toy lawfil Agent to collect any outstanding accounts'fpi mo as if 1 were present- ' J| dec. 17, '50 Rsbebt M'Kibbis. jbHK'M.iLUKENS, O. ». fcCKESS, W. LUCKKS. i ',- ! jLUKENfS!& SONS,-lForwardipg and Commission Merchants ' Rochester, Pa Agents for steamer Michigan Ib. 2; between Cittsburgb i ad Beaver., ap'i ¦ - ' ¦¦¦ ¦.!'-..- ' [ , '¦ ' . '• ¦¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

¦ EXECUTQRSV tooi'lUiS.. T ETTERS testamentary lipnn the estate of A-^ James Sc'bt't,.Esqr. late °f Chippewa tp., Beaver coun'y, deceased, having been granted to the' undersign ed. notice jis hereby given to ' all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment; and those having claims will present them properly authenticated fur settlement. ( | Juiiv-Rervks, new Brighton, l ! Vi'ji.. He'xcv, Beaver, - ^ -: ,'-,.- Exccntors. ¦ " ! N. B-. The valuable Farrii; -with first rate improvement^ lately ooeu[ icd by. deceased, wHl be for sate-early in the spring. i. ,.-: dec 21 lSoiV -' ¦ "' !'! ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

!- -. :——f — i !>• TnriKvTEMNG3 3F ^Disease 4-AH eo- nOns diseases^ive[ their far-off:warnings. Intelligence and careful observation would make a doctor's calling almost a1 siuccuro. A gradual failure of frtlus raeihoryj is.a sure indication of approabhing bodily; 4&firmily or decay.: Another | important, faf t is,': if any pet of musclfis|aie unduly exercised, they will lose their power'; so als$, if any function of., the mind, or brain is! unduly stimulated, tho result is ttmporaiy; prostration or permanent destruction, according lo, the intensity and duration of:thnt>timulns. Thus it is, that the youngi whot loam by memory, if highly stimulated.tojlearn, become, precocious, and cither diej- early, or disappoint the expectations of thuir friends by settling down into mnrtifyinij'jhediocrityA Heuca ' . \ \' 1. Let the j-nung learn slowly, i" 2 Uii'lor iuti'>i<« bodily or mental application, if you fi'udj your mcoiflry failing you, as you va...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

Hev»j^^^ icala \.WhoM'...n^-'jifia«;abVhm'1>u]ic''tO:tIifl fconnier^ajg ofschtidSoo*! at the repetition of the dear iimjQMr^Jew :j <;ta worta^tjjiio^t'of ikill, |^--wooidbebmijf#o;. .--'* : - ";•:.! ForSatimfi'r^aoAtnlscllef still, i: '" .' VK»ldltiia|teipfii.!.- ".-,-.f And hoV «^1^^J topi is the iood old PresbyieriancniitoB! of causing cHU4-rea to commjr i(^ga£ry. inJoh plain and wholesome tratfai'tfpk] a/ lumbering up their brains with thtfpggal rhymes of i/ti Moi/ur Gootet tn'i'^l^ is. - ;;.--„¦ ¦ ¦--«'!!-''.:¦ •'There- w«« an old wujfe'i liii lived in Vapbon,: ^^^0MBg^m^i0 ¦ TfeP1 fttt^*T^'r-i^?n"rJiTT>¦'*¦'¦*^^^v 'r.^^T!!?^? ¦-,-^¦-. tl0; Miss ^ary.pjnte'contrary, \;, ! How does your girden grow?" "Silver bells and ipusic shells; ,. And cucumbers*alt in a row." j Eminently suggqstiv^u-o such lines Of—nonsense'.!'; ¦ j »% jvr;; ¦¦ }- ;,-¦ \\, ¦ Bat what connebtan is there between newspapers,and^dloc^pJdreu? There is! no connection whateyef.^nd' thkt i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

Waabingtoa and the Corporal During the American Revolution, it is said, the commander of a little squad was giving orders to those under him, relative to a lfg of timber which they were endeavoring to raise up to tho-top of some military works they were repairing. The timter went up with difficulty, and on"this aecotot the voice of tho little great man was^ftsn heard, in !_regular vociferations ot.',Hea!ve away j! there she goes ! heave ho I heave/1" An affiocr, not in the military costume, was passing, and asked the coramaoder why ha did not take bold and render! a lit-! tie aid?7 L" -. The latter, astonished, turned round with all the pomp of an EmperOr, aud said, "Sir I ani a Corporal." .'-¦ .'•- i i ""You a^e, aro you?" replied tho officer ;i "I was not aware cf that;" and taking off his hat and bowing, the'officer said, ¦' I ask your pardon, Mr." Corporal," "and then dismounted, and lifted till the sweat stood in drops on bis forehead. ! ; When the work was finished, Ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

/ ¦ L l C^gncurtunit ^otiimii. Sural Improvement*—Winter; 8aMBi> __. ¦ -tioa»><": ; •¦¦ •-.; A. great many who admit the'eamfortst and: advantages of ornamental! planting and'other improvement^ about thoir residences^ it da no get time to attend to them." It is trakthat ta^a:tm'profelmeir ta-aT»Heii«l^'T»»ar little moniy, but/every moment of the farmer's J time, front early spring Hill freeringWp jit the') | close of autumn, seems j to be required! in-the-^ planting, cultivating and harvesting crops, and the other innumerable occupations of the farm, fei thewintcr he has p|cJity,of time to plan his improvements, but every on« takes it far.^ranti ed that this is. not the, tiime for' planting trees, when the soil is chained fast in ice. irhis, however, is * Very, mistaken opinion. . fat {the removiI;of.'trees, rio bettcrtime can batqand • while it possesses peculiar advantages. L-targe trees, with balls of earth!, may be traasjijanted much the best when tbej...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

-Occupation of Members of the legis'.a-. j — ' . turei The occupations or.yprofesaions of the members of the present Legialaturo have been ascertained to-be as follows : -J^ ' " , ..T Senators. !} ' liops-Farmers,! .8 !c -36 Attorneys; 17 !'¦;! ;i •|1.(5 MerchaHts^——=—:¦'-.". 3l'¦ . ir"--"J-,' VM Pbys icians, ¦ ' 1 ¦¦ ij ¦.¦'.¦ I' 4-EditoAi, [ '. I..., '' .' 'H; ¦¦¦'-. 4' Printers,' [ • ; ' !;- . ";.5. Lumbermen, ' ; 2 Carpenters, |' ;.- '5 Surveyors,1 2 Druggists, 2 Iron-masters, A 1 Iiron-fpunder, ' 1 Goal j Operator, ' 1 !j p Cominissiqn Jlerbhant, -! L 1 Artificial.' Legmakcr, i ,'-T Blacksmith, ' • ; .'" 1 School Tfeacller, 1 Moulder^ • i-' i.' ' .. :.li Drover, - > ' ' ' '. 1' Mason, j.- ¦-.'.".. ']i Cabinot-maker, ] j! Potter, ¦ ¦['''¦ '!' : ! .- ¦ ,; -l: Contractor, "" -. l! Shoemaker, f t 1 Gentlemen, f 2 ; ,3 :[ Total, ';¦' 33 '-.' 1013

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

". . ¦ '., COLD... !;¦•'" ' For every mile that we leave the surface of our earth, the temperature falls fxifi-^te grees. At forty-five miles'.^distance frOni the [globe We get beyond the^tftmbsphere, and enter, strictly \ speaking, into the regions of space, whoso temperature is 225 degrees below zero,; and here cold reigns in all its power. ' Some idea Of this intense cold may be formed by statjng that the g*atest cold observed froftt |tha Arctic Circles it; from 40 to 60 degrees below zero, aud!i here many surprising effects! are produced.; In the chemical laboratory the greatest cold that we can produce is about 150 dpgrees below zero. At this temperature carbonic becomes solid substance gas a , [like snowi, If.toucjied, it produces just thb , samo effect onlthej skin as a red! hot cKide^ it bli^tsh the finge|liko'a btrrn.. !Quick-[silver, or moreary, jreezes at 40 degrees be low zero; that is, 72J degrees below the terri-!perbture at which water freezes.; Thb solid imer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

' ' . ii COfilT COBS* '¦'!- :-l!!- The truth will soon ont, and farmers who have ,beeb seized, with such a terrible-fit of economy, in theuse:of corn cobs, will have to yield to .the [light of :commbn sense-and reason. Dr. Cliirles T, Jackaoh, of Boston, informs the Patent Ofnee} people that he has analyzed the' corn cob, and .fiDds that it contains 4 1-2 parts in one hundred of nutritive matter, consisting of gum, atarcJi and dextrine. From this it appears that it is scarcely mure .value to ennsume as food than as "fuel. This analysis! ! vbeing correct, no good farmer canafford to spend his time in soaking and. waiting and grinding corn cobs any more than he cou'd afford .to grind sn'gar majilc trees into saw dust, and feed it,to kis cattle. 'Better, by far| use tho time in sowing corn broad cast, or in drills, for fodder, with an absolute certainty of good results ia_ fcedirg, thanto resort to doubtful expedient* to econe ni>e fcoJ.—-Seientifib Fanner1. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

r :t^Jta^B47e^ gei ^: ; ! ' ' - The coffin was n plain on j—a poor mis-• erablo pine coffin. No flowers on its top", tip lining of roue white satin! for 'the pale brow, no smooth ribbons about the coarse | .»hrond.: The>o»n hair was lai|l decent-IJl ™ek; but ihere was no crimped cap, ' with its neat tie beneath the ch' in. -Jhe sofferer from cruel poverty smiled in liter ileop; she bad found bread, rest and health ,/^I.wjnt to see my mother,'1 sobbed a ¦ poor child as thi city nndertaier screwed down the top. I.',-'¦'¦'-' "Yod can't—get out \>f- the way, boy: why don't somebody take the brat?" | "Only let me see her one mbknent/^'cri* ed the hapless, hopeless orphlo[; clutching ;tl.» «M« nf :AaM fMftKfo.m j ag he - jrit. eecrinio that topgh ^ face, anguished teaS streamed rapidly down the cheek on which no childish bloom over lingered. Oh! it was pitiful to hear him! cty, "Only 'once,' let me see my mother only once!" [ Quickly and brutally the hard hearted monst...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

J.^. ' LANDi V/ARR AISJTS. i ' ' p !,l! :"-?l>i''r-'parlncr-'of lour firm, having just J . J'-'t'irheJ; from Iowa, where arrrngenWuts j ;'!ar°" hf eu' made witii Messrs.- Jf.CLUKE & . 1 !.!'• I'«'ia--j:i|, one''of the largest and most . -j ll"<'.'Vv-'-er Ideating houecs in Io*a7 wc arc ¦i v>w ,,rt.1,.ir ^li at'the opening of the* Land Ot-¦'! £¦ ~ LqkAJE LAXpS. ,'k ."J ;-;;'! ."r . ',t'1 .nio'6ey(or Land warrants. ?er-! j Jill V'\" ?p-"^ni t» invest, aud wishing to asi l,.^:l .. s?'*# ""titape of profit, cannot do i PRirE^^'^J^^^^ATGOy'ERSMEST paired dollars to invest- in land,, or capital ] «»urcoi2 ^""^B on the .undersigned—' '47onU-Th Ddea1! 3 inl°™ "->" the * select ;.SSFwli°'fetti0B' '". -i -\\ ~ fWiL'A. HERROX & CO- !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

ins pn typsBuntia ^WAtERj;ure Establishment.; THE present physician of this place respectfully infonas the citizens of Beaver and the adjoining conntiesjithat he has lately opened and greatly improveJ the above' institution, and oairies on, su.-cessj'ally, the treatment, by waterl ...- • ¦ • r. His long experience ip thot branch of healing art enables him to enrj diseases uncontrollable under any other sy'sfiii He jwoiild also notify the public in the neighborhood, that he practices tho Alloepathic aii-Il Ilombcp/itht'o systems, and wilLatten.t to .ill.cllls as a physician and surgeon-thiou^h the neighborhood. • The-•aubserihci- heinb a regular- educated physician, and having prastieed. medibine and surgery during nearly JH'years; is eulibicd to respond to all reason: V.o expectations, from those t'mt pi ice themselves'under Iris care, aug. 27, lii-5o." I C: iJAEZJ'M. D.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

-•-*! . ' .. BEAVlla^AHlIET -' '," * i ! \ \ i Be}iveb,Feb.JJT^ol^ ]-- '{Corrected Weekly )-¦'-, .h-- ^ FLOpR-^Ker-huhUred.;....! :...." «3.50 RVEi FLOUR—per cwtU..L .. ,12,^5 BUCKWHEAT—per' cw'tJ.U .3,00 •\yilEAT—per busreI...iJ..L.... |lt20 -R?E--pcr bushel.).. ...!..... 50,55 CORN—perbusbel ...U ;....."t|2;f>5 UAT.^peT;lJHshel,...:...;.....«IS,:i,., lt 23a30 '•/ iryunt**jivtxn.«v.'«i",, •^^¦•^•••¦¦•< •¦<*¦¦¦¦* j O' iiPOKK—rotmi'l..;:. .....i.J..!.....;. f id kB.UrtER—per poand..:....!..........;. F/22 I £UGBi-pei-.dozen i.J„;..;.'.J......-f ; 15' POTATOES—per buAel!;.;............ 75,87 , AfPLES—per bu diel..;.i„:........ l,0P,12o • PITTSBURGH iHARKET. " I ,j ' ' . ;¦:•!/ , PiTTSBtjnp it,; February, 3 1857!. FLOUR^-pcr barrel..........;..„.SS;i52'a6^25 BUCjKVVIf l-.AX-Tei-ewt..,. c.2,75"ilcwi IIAij—per tajij....U...............;;'...... 18al2 '-.UUG't—per pound......... '., .'. t. tt} ' litiTiTEU—per pound.............. lSalU

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

lEZk^Otjiij^^ TO^B^&AtfT^to!an!' drdetybf'thb' Orphan* JE-C-Mirt' pfHhiS Cottn tyVof Beaver; will be «tr Msedlto-"sole'; by ftiWIc Ycndhfe rr put-cry, Srthkpremlsesi'on SatdrdftyiMaibb 7th'57 at f^elpctePiltt* the follbwiogiaescribodpropel*, telatbithe-estate of Joseph HaywaM dee'd, ly> ing arid being situate, in theijBorMgh of;New JJrightb'rr And'County of" heavier. I Bobuded on ,the JtorUi,;!Djri>nd of SPGnircs heirs,;Bast.by land of Miner a Merrick, South(By |the same and 8. N;-M'Qowan and west t>y 8| N.^PC-owan containing seven acres and twenty] onb perches, On which is .erected one; frar^e house formerly iised jand aceupied as a Charek, now as a dweP jpg house. A;portion of siud. prkberty—bask been used as a Brick Yard on which there lis a Iiirgo Brick Kiln and evcryji improvement for carrying on a profitable and bxteosive business, The'cWy beiiij; bf the;Best q<ta|ity;Land d}nder the lot there-ie'n coftl.vein nn>l fire play of cv -e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

THE SATllite .-.SjAKG-. POjfl. !¦ THE BEST WKKKLY PAPtea. :!.| .\__i—— <] >y —~ - ¦ - /i!'' •; Sample Aumbcrs Furnished Gratis. !',,{*¦ ¦¦¦ :—/ '; •- .-;! ¦-.'¦•¦¦ ¦!; lEXAMIN'E FOR YOURSELVES ';.,- | :-,:-—t—— —fi—^ rV- "• I Apply to the publishers, j; ' - :¦' liEACOM &! PETERSON, ¦ £G'South Third Street, Philadelphia. I EXECUTOilS' NiOTICir --': AhTi persons indebted i] to thej cstato of lllubfjrt Stevenson, dee'd; of Big Beaver tp. iBeaver county, Pa.,, arc.'requested to niake Itntnedlite- ¦ payment,! anil thosje; having claims will) present .th'ciii, properly authen-Ueajtedfor.Rettleinent. S.;G. Ca'tjguey, February 4,-1857 : ¦)'¦.''. ^JJx'r.' ' !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver County Argus — 4 February 1857

Api-j'SeM^lbl:, U '"'' -'¦' ;'-;: •"' ''"¦'':'! I-. W A TIN COPPEB an. SHCET-IBOM ^ WARC.] * ^'g ~J ' i \A- BESTWICK . ~ 71 ' ] - INJ'Tin, Copped and Sheet Iroa ware, c**". of Broadway [and Apple >trcets,.Xew i.r.?» ton, Pa., where ;may befOaiiJ a.'b'fa J ra: a:"T nrent of the. above ware; a^ S'i"'l.,»n-i .^S J'r"s as lb>\p-as they ban be. got at any ut'ner ,,f» CALL -A.N $' E X A >I I-Nt-.jOct. 8; 1858.^ ..i.'-.'..!,,'^ ;, .

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