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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

LOCAL ITEMS. \ 4GEST8.-C. W. Taylor, Beaver Falls; Evan Frit. New Brighton; J. Linnenbrink, Rochester. TO ADVERTISERS.—The Beaver Radical 1* the most'extensively circulated Weekly Newspaper in Western Pennsylvania. ^i ~^. Cleveland Sc Pittsburgh Railroad. Gmr,g West—>lall, 7,46 a. m ; Accommodatlor 5 4() p. m.; . bow .£&£—Accommodation, 9,19 a. m; Hail. ,37 p. m; Express, 7,07 p. m. -. «. » Arrival and Departure of Alalia. Wenen, mall'leaves at 8 «.m.; arrives at 4 p.m. Eastern mall Jeaves at 3p.m.;arrives at9a. m. N«w Lisbon mail leaves every Friday, (instead ol Mocdavt, at ga. m.; arrives on Saturday, at 5 p. m. B.acfc Hawk, st.Clair, Clarkson and New Lisbon.) The time is now coming for public sales, and ibe p,;xe to get bills printed is at The Radical office. W. H. Elliott's ILLUSTRATED PLANT AND seed CATALOGUE, mailed free to all aiv I'-iDts. \V. R. Elliott, No. 114 Market street, 1".fbLrch, Pa. jan31-lm Either Ladies or Gentlemen.-If reliav f t-.c wan tin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

Why Kndnre Wjliat i» Curable ? "What canVhe' cured* intuit be; endured," says tba proverb; but indigestion can be cured, and therefore iVis the merest stupidity to endure it. Dyspeptics have certainly a right to continue dyepeptic to the end of their days it they diooee, but as It is not supposed that any rational being prelaw pnyakAl torment to.eart »r.a health, the probability te tbat« all suffers from indicestlon were conyinccd.tbafcanfljjso^te^ infallible?^Joe^y for theirVompiaiut erlstedvthey would w«h one acctfrdresott tottf We .mosteinphaticaHy declare thateuch afliln^doe* exlst^and t hat Its name is Hostetter'rStomach Bitters. :*£he rteotd of its ^Ofice/||.^xts nfli> i'ov«r^i>'^rio4;0r twenty years, and It Is fearfes>ly;«lj?esd that duringt^e whole whbie of that time U'liasnever failed to_afford per-, manrtt'rel^ In afty disorder or deratgement of the' stomach that was not organic, malignant, and jlMarabte.yThe testlmontalt that go to establish t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

An Excellent Fen.-Wc have been favored with a sample card of the celebrated S'pencenan Steel Pens, and after trying them quite thoroughly are convinced of their superior merit. These pans are comprised iu fifteen numbers, each differing in flexiWlty and dneness of point, so that the most lastidious penman cannot fail to find among the fifteen just such a pen as suits him. The Spencerian Pens are famous for their elasticity of movement, smoothness of point arid great durability, and are nearer approximation to the real Swan Quill Pen than anjth»$8?hitherto made. They are manufactured in England under the supervision of the originator of Steel Pens, thej ven erable JoMnh Mason,and Joseph Gillott-the latter making a few of the numbers after ihe models of the late P. K. Spencer, the famous penman They are used very largely in the common schools of theTJBited States, in ail 'lie principal commercial colleges. In the government ofllce? at Washington, and in the banks and commercial offi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

Detroit, Mich.. Jan. 27tb, 1873. A. Parker, Esq., Pontiac, Mich. f havo subjected to a careful analysis a package of White Lead, branded "Beymer, Banman & Co'a. Strictly Pure White Lead," Pittsburgh, Pa., and find it to be .aajepresented, a strictly pure article, free from ail admixtuie. Yours, &c.} Saml P. Dcffield, Ph. D. MARRIED. KICK-DILLON—At the office of Messrs. Cameron & Marks, Rochester, Pa., January 30th. 1873, by O. K. Coe, E#q., Mr. George Rice, to Miss Sadie Dillon, both of Island Run, Beaver county. Pa. ^ ^ —MP*?—^——p ^^ iDIED. Mc&ENZlE-Jan. 31st, J. R. McKenzie of Vanport. WARRiCK-On the 1st of Pebruary,Charley, aged three years and six months; and on ,thc 4th .of February, Jennie, aged nine years and six months—children of William and Matilda Warrick, of this place. NEW BRIGHTON CHAIN MARKET. CORUECTBD WKEKLT BT WADB WfLSO*' White Wheat per bushel f 1 ™ Rye '• " ™- Oars •* " 3 Corn " 21 Buckwheat " w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

BEAVER COUNTY ss: T/u Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. To Thomas J. Power, administrator of the estate of James M. Power, deceased, Eliza Garber. Matilda Day. W. A. P Eberhart, Gilbert L. Eberhart, Albert G. Eberhart, Emiline E. Morton, Eleanor M. House, Samuel Owens, Eliza Vardy, LucindaMussick and Nancy Sawhill, heirs at law of James M. Power. We command you and every and all of you, that laying aside all business and excuses, you be and appear In your oroper persons before our Judges otour Orphans'Court, to be holden at Beaver, in and for tne county of Beaver, on the THIRD MONDAY OF MARCH next, H873,) to answer the bill or petition of Thos. J. Power.jr..for the specific performance of parol contract, entered into with Jas. M. Power, late of said county, deceased, for a lot or piece of ground situate in the borough of Rochester, in said county, and show cause, if any yon have, why a decree should not be made for the specific performance of tbe contract, in said petition mentioned, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

TySSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice, is hereby given, that the partnership between J. M.McCreery and Mrs. J. K. Sanderson.-under the firm of J. M. McCREERY & CO., was dissolved on the 20ib day of January. 1873. Mrs. J. K. Sanderson retiring. All debts due to the said partnership are to be paid to J.M. McCreery, who will continue the business at the old stand, Beaver, Ph. J.M.McGREERY. jan31-3w Mas. J. K. SANDERSON. T^XECUTOR'S NOTICE. ESTATB OP GEORGE NEELY, Dec'd. Letters testamentary oa the estate of George Neely, deceased, late of Economy township, Beaver county: Pa., having been granted to the undersigned, all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to present the same, and those indebted thereto to make payment to me. ROSETTA SHAW, Exrx., Petrolia. Batler county. Pa., or to DANIEL NEELY, janl7-6t Baden, Beaver county, Pc,^ —Jft11 «>«; TA CfOAPecaoy- Agents wan«l the »J I U dlV classes of work!** f"»e. Adeitherscx, young or old, m<0f^' r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

ijnr mtfrtiiswnrtsi. H NOSS, PBO TOGRAPHER. TREASURER'S OFFICE, ) Beaver, Pa.. Feb. 5, 1873. f-Notice is hereby given to all Collectors of State and County Taxes for the year 1872. and all others that have unsettled accounts in the Treasurer's office, that their accounts! must be Puttied up in lull on or before BIARCH 17th. 1873. All accounts not settled at that date will be left with .1. R. Harrah, Esq., the Attorney for; the County Com: mlssioners, for collection. feb7-4t C. P. WALLACE, Treasurer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

VEBY SENSITIVE PEOPLE. The solidity of wooden persons is far from being exhilerating, but it is less troublesome than the sensitiveness oi the thin skinned folks who are always shying at something, tike a horse that pricks np his ears and jamps half across the road at a heap of stones or a broken fence-rail. This unhappy class are forever having their feelings hurt. When you are trying your best to suit them, they somehow get slighted and when you are doing your best to make them happy, yon succeed somehow io making them wretched. If you make a little dinner* company, and they are left out, they1 feel hurt, and then, if you make another little company and they are invited, they feel hurt again, because tbey don't meet some who were in the company. If yon set them right in a matter of fact, they are agrieved, and If you set them right in a matter of argument, the wound is about incurable. And decided difference in opinion, however frankly and pleasantly urged brings- the red ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

OFFICERS. 8. H. BERGENr President. F, J. KING, Vice President. CHARLES COCHRAN, Secretary. J. F. ARIS, Assistant Secretary. W. W. JONES, Medical Examiner. . WILLIAM BAKER, Attorney. THE TOLEDO MUTUAL WILL ISSUE ALL THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF POLICIES USUALLY ISSUED BY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, At the usual rates charged by other Reliable Companies.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

DUNLAP; J. &, Attorney at Law. Office in tbe Court-hottee, Beaver, Pa. All legal business promptly atteuaed to. mya'72-ly PURVIS J. H„ dealer in Fancy Dry Goods, Choice Groceries, and Notions. (Specialty—Tea aad Sugar.) Flour, Feed, and Wooden-ware, comer of Tnlrd and Buffalo street*, Beaver, Pa. . novHHl ;• M oNUTT, 1>b. J. S., Pafsicux andSubgkom. Special attention paid to treatment of Female lHseaaee. Residence and office .on Third street, a few doors west of the Court-House. - ,.: -.-.. .y, ..,•-• ./.. .-.',. , ¦,¦. aprUl4'71-lr ALLISON, THOS__ dealer in Dry Goods and Groceries, cor Third and BBrsts. jymu YNN A;.dealer In Dry Goods and Groceries Also Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor, ThlrtsttSet;f * *-*?"~ jygy-ro LABK J. B., dealer is Groceries and Provislona, Third Street. iyM^O O NITGKlf s. A CO., dealer In Groceries and Pro O visions. Third street. EACOM Mas. E. H.„ dealer in Millinery Goods and Winnings, cor Spy st. and Diamond. Jy2S ANDREESSEN OTGO, dealer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

sssaashsJs^' »._« . Joseph C. Wilson. Fiethonotary—John Caushev VerbalOomlrTljoim C. fR Shertf-John Graebing. Commissioners—Joseph Britain ¦ -^^/ttsS^SBSL* VSSS^aBfSsr^^l Auditors—Jas. H. Christy. Smith Cnrtia. Wm.C. Hunter District Attorney—3. B Mr'c....... Jury O^rnnssioners-^^^- JHrector. of the JS^SSJ^ Hiram fieed Trustees of Aeademy-B T°_i0ib'°n-\i'c7oZ^ J°hnMunBy, |""»eljfsgaw genry HJce ' bSSTPy^ , _javass-.. m Third MondayS^cf^I, jm Mondayof **^rS^^ BEAVER. CHURCHES U.S. Presbyterian—Rev n p , Services every Sunday at 11 a ' m „^°^ ary' pfc?o day School at 9 a. k. m"and b *•».s£ United Presbyterian—Rev j r u-u Services every Sunday at 11 am j-p«s» Sunday School at 9 a. k. ' M" •** «»,? Methodist Episcopal—Rev William u Pastor. Services every Sunday at n : „ ^ m Sunday School at 9 a. at J A "-^dfj Catholic-Rev. M. Gunkle, P.iest. _.-.. 2d Sunday of each month at 10 a „1Ce!"fi| ASSOCIATIONS. S St. James Lodge A. T. M., No 4V7 < t> ^ W. M J. Morton Hall, SecwtSy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

BRID6EWATER. CHTJRCHJft, Methodist Episcopal — Rev D I u '' Pastor. Services every Sunday at iou V^*l 7 p. m. Sunday School at 9am * * "-« Presbyterian-Rev. Jas.il. Shield*. pfc.tor ces every Sunday at 11 a. m., and tVT \ day School at 9* a. m. a Sq Methodist Episcopal (Colored) — i- «t Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 > M ts0 * p. m. Sunday School at 9 a. m "M(i«' A. M. E. Zion (Voloredy-R:^ Lvon« p . Services every other Sunday at 11 { % ^ ASSOCIATjbNS Enola Lodge. 1. O. 6. TJ So i*i3-_u;ti ter, W. C. tZ Tlllie Mooriead^W^~ \ ' r.Co Friday evening in their hall above Ac 3 Dry Good Store. , "--norai Beaver Lodge. 1. 0.(0. F., No s«u_«.„, McCabe, NV G., David/Woodruff, SecrSrV S" every uesday evemne. tLieiarj,ni5e: Harrison Graham Encampment I n it p r 116--D. Shumaker, C. P., CfaSy^ Woodruff, Scribe, meets iVt and " t ,' h P-D tags of each month in Odd FeW? uT * "" HOCHESTEB. CHL'RCUES. Episcopal—Service.- even Snndav »iuu « MethodfslEpiscopal-Rev T s HoL^?/ . Service^v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

FREEDOM. ' CHURCHES. ,ri Methodist Episcopal Church—Rev.E.B Webute Pastor. Services every other Sunday &v low i. uI and alternate Sundays at 7 p. m. Sunday;Sctod at 9 a. m. M.E. German—Rev. Mr. Zerkel, Pastor Serrices, alternate Sundays at 10H a. ». Sunday kcM at 9 A.«. Presbyterian—Rev. Wortman. Pastor Sert ces every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. sundit School at 9 a.*. German Lutheran—Rev. Mr. Born, Pastor. 8» vices every other Sunday at 10 a. m., and alternate Sundays at % p. m. Sunday School a t 'J a . m. NEW BRIGHTON. CHURCHES. Friends—Meeting at 11 a. ,m. every Sunday. Catholic—Rev. J. C. Bigham, Priest. Service*, 1st, 3d and 5th Sundays each month at 10K a. i. Sunday School every Sunday at 2^ p. m. Church ot God—Rev. McKee. Pat-tor. Services every Sunday at 10 a. m., and 7 p. u. Snndsj School at 8U a. m. Baptist—Rev. Dr. Winters, Pas-tor. Sendees erery Sunday at 10 a. m. and 7 p. x. Sunday School at 84 a. m. United Presbyterian—Rev. A. G. Wallace, Pastor. Services...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

ASSOCIATIONS. yew Brighton Lodgi, I. O. G. T.. So. 301—E. H Alexander, W. C. T., Lydia E. Johnson. W. k. Meets every Thursday evening. "* j Robertson Lodge. J. O. O. F.. So. 4:.0-Hewj Lloyd, N. G., N. G. Taylor, Secretary. Meets every Monday evening. Union Lodge. A. T. 31.. Np. 25-J-R L. MacGow an, W. M., R. Covert. Secretary. Meets 1st ana A Tuesdays of each month. National Bank Beaver County—John Miner. President Edward Hoop?, Cashier, Broadway. Banking Eovse-R. E.&ti. Hoopes, Broadway. Young Men's Library Association—Joseph Bertley, President; Hiram Piatt, Secretary. Mee3 eve'ry Friday evening. BEAVER FALLS. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal—Rev. J. R. Roller. Pastor, services everv Sunday at 10V4 a. m. and 7^ p. m. ^Meinodisi-Kev. J. F. Dyer, Pastor, seme* every Sunday at 11 a. M., and 7 7 p. o. Pwef meeting every Wednesday evening. Sunday SC K&»"«e%n-Rev. Albert Dilworth Pastor.Se?- vtcea every Sunday at 11 a. m.. and 7 H r- ¦• Sunday School every Sunday at 9H o'c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

.^^;lij'fi:tf; ^ IilFE INSTJRA^CE CQMRAifT, TQtEDO,OHlO. ORGANIZED IN APRiL,;18 72. ! J? iPAlD UP CAPITAL .- ¦']' ¦: •< -.. - ';-;.'< '.',:•¦ '¦'¦'¦¦:•'¦ '. . : ®l%U>Q€>dJ6Q. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Hok. W. W. JONES Hon. C. h. SCRIBNEB, Hok. C. A. KING, Hon. W. A. COLLINS WM. BAKER, F.J.KING, S; H, BERGEN, C. H. COY, C. L. LUCE, PERRY CRABBS, J. R. 8 WIG ART, ROBERT CUMMINGS, JOHN CUMMINGS, L. T. THAYER, FRED EATON, J. R. OSBORNE, WAGER SWAYNE, CLARENCE MORRIS, J. W. ROSS, E. W. E..KOCH, PELEG T. CLARKE, W. S. WAITE, CHAS. COCHRAN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

ONE FULL ANNUAL PREMIUM, The holder of such policy will be entitled to just AS MUCH PAID UP INSURANCE . As any other man of like age can OBTAIN FOR A GASH PREMIUM Equal to the VALUE OF THE POLICY, Computed in accordance with the rate of Mortality and Interest Which may have been adopted as the standard of the State for the 6 VALUATION OF LIFE POLICIES

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

Those insureds this Company are permitted to travel by, the usual routes, to or from any portion of the Western Hemisphere, north of and including the United States, or to or from any portion of Europe,and to reside within said limits of travel, without extra charge. AN EXCELLENT FEATURE. I UPON SURRENDER OF AN ORDINARY LIFE POLICY At any time after the payment of one

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

BRIDGEWATER. BOYD J. M. & CO., Millinery, Dressmaking, and Children's Clothing, opposite Hurst's, Bridgewater, Pa. oprl9-72 LEVIS JOHN C, M. D., Surgeon and Physician. Office, during the day, corner Bridge and Water streets; at night at his residence on Water street. aug6'70 OUNG J. G., Baker and Confectioner, Market street. Bread and Rusk deliverrd, ii desired. l^??.5l''0„ UR8T A. C, dealer in Dry Goods. Hat'sand Caps, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Trimmings. Bridge street. JyWTO STILES & CO.,"dealers in Groceries? Provision* andO ^ ucnsware. Bridge street. Jy29'70 MULHEIM B., dealer in Carpets, Oil Cloths and Variety Goods, Bridge street. jy29'70 ORTER JAMES, dealer in Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, and Iron Cistern Pumps. Bridge street. . Jy29'70 BLATTNER C, manufacturer and dealer in Boots. Shoes.&c. Bridge street. au029-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

ROCHESTER. D ONCASTER HOUSE, opposite Railroad Station, D. Wolf, Proprietor. Pro Bono Pub lico. . [novl5-iy S ~ mTthT JOHN F., (NewStore,) dealer in Groceriee. Flour, Feed, Nails, Varieties and Notions, best qualities and lowest prices. New Brighton and Washington streets, Rochester. aug*2,72-ly Kl&BLN MRS.: Millinery, Fashionable Dressmaking, and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, first door above Cross's store. New York street, Rocheator ^ Pa. foc27'71-ly SPEYERER & SONS, wholesale and retail deal err in Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour, Grain. Boat Stores, Iron, Nails. Water st.' oct/J^O ROSEAU A., M. i>., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. sept23'70 OATMAN & CO., (successors to Oatman, Parsons & Klnzer) dealers in all kinds of rough and dressed lumber. sell>'7u~ EISEL, Mas. M. L., dealer :n Books, Stat one ry, Newspapers, Periodicals, Fancy Goods and Wall Paper. Diamond. ^ sel6'70 EISEL H. B., dealer in Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware. Diamond. CHROPP CHAS....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 7 February 1873

NE1.V BRIGHTON, BON TON RESTAURANT and EATING SALOON.—Meals at all hours, table supplied with all the delicacies ot the season. Prices low. William Strickland, corner of Falls and Broadway. septau-ly. CAREY G, F., general dealer In Groceries, Feed, OUeensware, Glass, &c. Rags, Iron and Brass taken at highest prices. Railroad st. octal SIEMEN GEQ. F., manufacTureTorCakes and Confectionaries. Particular attention paid to parties and wedding orders. octT70 ILLILANDX DT& Co., dealers in Fancyand Domestic Dry Goods and Groceries, Broadway • , __. sept23'70

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