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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

T^STABLISHED IN 1888. 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 Mftdium Furniture, in larger variety than any other honse. at very reasonable prices. Persons furnishing houses would do we II to write for our new circular, or when in Pittsburgh we respectfully solicit a visit to our warerooms. Don't forget the place, 46,48, & 60, SEVENTH AV., PITTSBURGH, PA., We challenge tho world in prices for the same quality of material and workmanship of our goods. CUT THIS OUT. ang9-8m.

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

p W. TAYLOR, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND * REAL ESTATE AGENT, BEAVER FALLS, PA. Agreements, Articles-Leases and all Instrnmenti of writing' promptly attended to. Real Estate bought and sold on reasonable Con mission. Dy8"ro:ir

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

T\WELLING HOUSES, TENEMENTS, IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVE REAL ESTATE, FN AND NEAR THE BOROUGH OF ROCHESTER, FOR SALE AND RENT, BY S. J. CROSS. octtTl-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

A J. PETTITT, SMITH'S FERRY, BEAVER CO., PA, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, N OTARY PUBLIC AND¦ SPECIAL COMMISSIONER FOR SALE OF'LANDS IN EAST VIRGINIA. aprl9'72-ly JOHN PECkT ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORKER AND HAIR DRESSER, NO. 53 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Ladies waited on promptly at their residences by experienced workwomen. ffeba^l-lj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

r\ W. MASSEY, CLOTHING CLEANED, DYED AND REPAIRED AT SHORT NOTICE. NO. 74 GRANT STREET, feblO^l-ly PITTSBURGH, PAi P M. ELLIS, ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER. OFFICE; RAMSEY*8 BLOCK ' BEAVER FALLS, BEAVER CO., PA. Plans and Spedficattons'Jfor public buildings and private residence. Estimates of the cost of building, and all business connected, with architecture, attended to promptly and satisfactorily. febWa&ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

;f;^,. '-<;;|f!Kf{^ "ll, nif B. C OO ;H R AS:* GO. 1m liberty 8 trbet, corner fifth, ¦ Pittsburgh, pa. : Mawnmcturerstnddeilerein ¦'. ¦ '•' : ¦' '.''.'."' ..... a .i- ' ¦ IRON AND WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, AND MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES Have In store a full stock of - • DEANE STEAM PUMPS, J1TDSON GOVERNORS. SASH AND DOOR MACHINERY, &c, &c, &c. REPAIRING OF ALL K^ND8 PROMPTLY ATTENDEDTO. novl5-lm. ^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

FROM ^SEiNQTON. [Correspondence of. the Radical.] Washington, D.C., Feb. 10,1873. The debate in the British parliament 0Q the award of the Geneva Tribunal has excited some attention here ft?' offlcia) circles and tbe opinion is expressed that the British Goverriroent 'will execute faithfully the! stipulations of tbe treaty of Washington, notwithstanding the op. position manifested by] Mr. ^Israeli and the Earl of Derby. THE CREDIT MOBIL1ER nrVESTIGATlOU The select JBommUtee appointed by the Senate to consider the evidence taken by the Credit i^oDilier Committee affecting members of the Senate held a preliminary meeting on Saturday, to discuss inform. ato what is ^he: exact scope of the duty with which they are charged. It met again on Monday morning, but nothing was (lone, tor the reason that no complete copies of the testimony had been furnished the committee, and it i3 probable several days will he occupied in examining the evidence when submitted before a further plan of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

THE BEAVEK RADICAL - ¦ - » •¦ ¦ ,—_ SMITH CURTIS, EDITOB. •BBLA-VBR. J?A„ Friday morning? February 14,1873. FEttALE SUFFRAGE. The subject now Which draws the largest audience and excites the moBt enthusiasm, is that of granting the elective franchise to women. It has recen tly called put an. earnest debate in the Constitutional Convention, but has not* yet been pot to a vote in that <body, though an effort was made to do so. There is no disguising the fact that female suffrage is becoming to be a vital -question of politics. The idea is made prominent in almost every lecture from the rostrum, it comes to the surface in a thousand ways; in social circles it is the easy and inexhaustible topic of conversation; on the street it breaks out in heated discussions; in Congress it disturbs the repose of committees; it occupies the columns of the press; it agitates churches and conventions, and now it is rapidly passing from the sphere of thought to that of action. There must ...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦>!¦¦ ¦¦ ^ II FR OMRARRISBUR G, 1 Final Adjournment of the Legislature -Local Option—Beaver County temperance Resolutions—Cross' s Tilt With tbe Speaker—Apportionment BUI—Beaver County Bills. Correspondence or the Radical. '."'' " , ' Harrisburg, Feb. 11,1873-Both Houses of the Legislature went to work in earnest last week, and it now looks as if the Legislature might adjourn tbe last of March or first of April. The House passed a resolution for opal adjournment on the 29th of March, and if the Senate concurs, there will be more work done in the next few weeks than has been in the same time for years. The Loca'. Option bill was reported from the House Committee just as it passed the Senate, but it was not reached, and, will not be taken up- before Wednesday. As it provides for election in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and other cities where the vote was not taken at the time of the municipal election, it should be passed at once, so that notice may be given and the pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

FROM PHILADELPHIA. Uulon Passeneer Railway—-Heeling Called to Protest-PIiUadelpnln Editors—District Attorney Col. Blann—Constitutional Convention. Correspondence of the Radical. Philadelphia, Feb. 8,1873. There is considerate excitement in this city today over the passage of the supplement of tbe Union Passenger Railway, authorizing that company to run their cars on Market street from Ninth to Front, over the lines of tbe Market street company. The merchants between Ninth and Front streets on Market are alarmed lest another track will be laid, and thus the street be blocked so as to interfere with their business. A meeting has been called for this evetiiftg'to protest against the bill being signed by the Governor. A similar bill was passed one year ago, but the Supreme Court held it unconstitutional on the ground that tbe title did not express what the bill was, as required by the constitution. The bill was again passed this week through, both Houses with little or no opposi...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

LOCAL ITEMS, ; ' ; m±-4 ¦¦ I Agents.—C. W. Taylor, Beaver Falle; Evan j Pugb, 2*ew Brighton; J. Lianeobriuk, Rochester. f TO ADVBBTI8EB8.-Tne 'Beaver < Radical is the most extensively ^ clrcu- •, lated Weekly Newspaper In Western Pennsylvania. Cleveland &. Pittsburgh Railroad. Going West-Hull, 7,46 a. m; Accommoflatior 5,40p.m. ' . „' Going East— Accommodation, 9,19 a. nv, sun, .37 p. m; Express, 7,07 p. m. ¦ ¦ ? :¦ . * Arrival and Departure or alalia, , Western «aU leaves.*! 8 *-m.; amve».at^lp.m. Eastern mail leaves at 8p.m.;arrives at»a.m. New Lisbon matt tearee every .Friday, (Instead ol Monday), at 8 a. m.; arrives on Saturday, at; 5 p.' m. ' Black Hawk, 8t.€lanyClartoon and Sev>LlBhjm.) W. B. Blllotfa ILLUSTRATED PLAJJT, AND SEED CATALOGUE, mailed rant to all j applicants. W."lfc Exxrorr, No. 114 Market street, Pittsburgh, Pa. janSl-lm Either Ladles or Gentlemen.-If rella- ble, and wanting employment, either at home or abroad, call at once on, or ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

^ POLITICAL. L s TneTammany Hall General Commit ;endorsed the conduct of Mayor If !"r. denounced the Credit Mobil-Hr;^ deprecated the election frauds ,er .rpast, and advocatei the punty of Ibaioi box in the future. Tbe AHo„na Radical nominates Hon. « s B!*ir for the Republican nomination Supreme Judge. . , _\t a meeting of the Huntingdon Re-H* n County Committee last week, p K l Guss, editor of tbe Gtobe, was P|eCiedB*Pre8e,lUtlTe»'a,ld Dr" J W" Laddie Senatorial delegate to the next-Republican State Convebtion. ° ,Tbe seating of a Republican in place , Democrat leaves the Senate of Ala-La a tie, the presiding officer, a Repnb-Tcao having the casting vote. There is '„ indication of immediate action con-I ^°rD,ng the "United States Senatorsblp. , ! Lhoii W. W. Ketcbum, of Luzerne I %-un-v was in Harrisburg on Saturday, ^d 'pai'd a visit to the Executive Cham- I _Tbe elections for Chief Justice and j Magistrates of the Supreme Court of. ij,vic«. were held Sunday. , -Virtuous C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

Whv Kndare What !» Curable? "What can't be cuicif: xnn*t .be endured,", says tua proVerb; hht'indigestion can he cured, and therefore it is the merest stupidity to endure it. Dyspeptics ha^e ce rtainly a right to continue dytpeptic to the end of their days ir they choose, but as it is not supposed toat any rational being prefers physical torment to ease and health, the-probahility Is that It all suffers from indieestUja Vfere convinced that an absolute, infallible ^^ remedy for ahelr^hbp1abie'xlai»di"tteV^™^''^*"^f\^- cord resort to It. W*; lMW:*a»phadcttny declare -that,suchathin^!doe»e^wt,an4tfeVlt9!'nw is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. The record bj^itB success extends over a period of twenty yeare^ and it is fearfessly aileged that during the whole whole of that time H has' never failed to Sfford permanent relief ip any disorder or deratgement of the stornach that was not organic, malignant, and incurable. The testimonials that go to establish this'Important fact can be coun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

NEW BRIGHTON GllAIN MARKET. CORKKCTED WEEKLV BY WADE WILSOK. White Wheat per bushel $1 70 Rye 5 " " W , Oat** •' " <f.. 55 1 Corn »' fit) Buckwheat " 90, MARRIED. HOLMES-DOUDS—On Feb. 4th 1873, by P. J. Cummings, at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Wm. L Holmes to Miss Mary H. Douds.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

T^is^unoFNTmcE. ^ Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between U. Heanor and M. A, Woodruff, under the name and style of MEANOK & WOODRUFF, has been this day dissolved. All the business of said partnership to be settled by H. Meanor. HlItAM MEANOR, Beaver, Feb. 7th, '73.—febl4-4t TjVOR SALE. The undersigned offers lor sale a two horse wagon, a good double set of harness, one iron cultivator, one cutting box, all in good order. J.C. MOLTEli, febl4-3m Market street. Bridgewater.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

$3,359,945.48!' Issues both Life apd Accident Policies. This 'company Insures Against aU jcinds of Accidents. By paying from $10 to (50 a year, an indemnity of trom $Sto $50 a week during disability can be secured in case of any accident by which a qtan fs rendereo unable to attend to his usual occupation; and in the event * of death by accident the same payments secute from $1000 to $5000 to hia family. To Mechanic^ Farmers and other laboring men we especially commend the subject of Accident Insurance. A smtll sum paid yearly will, in the event of a crushed foot or hand, or finger, a broken leg or arm,or any disabling injury, secure a weekly income of cash sufficient to support your; family until yon are able to resume your work. A little money invested in Life and Accident policies would save many a widow and orphans from misery and starvation. MEN OF FAMILY, THINK OF IT t febl4-3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF ROCHESTER, PA. Section 1. Be Jt enacted and ordained by the Town Council of tbe borough of Rochester, and it is hereby enacfedt by- author it' of the same; That the owner or owners of any hor»e, mare, gelding, mule or swine, who "shall permit the same to run at largo within the limits of said borough, shall for each offence, on conviction thereof, forfeit and pay for each of said animals, so found running at large, tbe sum of one dollar for the use of said borough ; and every of said animals so running at large shall be considered a public and common nuisance, and tbe 111 eh Constable, or special police, or any of thom|are hereby authorized and required to seize and take, into custody and im-Eound every of the aforesaid animals so found at irge; and if after four days public notice, of said seizure by advertisements, posted in at least three prominent places in said borough, no person shall, come forward, claim the same, and pay the said fine, and all c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

IT N.0 8-$., ¦: "PHOTOGRAPHER. _—, ~— : -*-»->—5 — ¦ — ; •—: ¦¦ '< •>'+ TREASURER'S OPPICE, { Beaver, Pa„ Feh. 6*. 1873. )¦ Notice is hereby given to all Collectors of State and County Taxes for the year 1879. and all others that have unsettled. Accounts in the Treasurer's office, that their account s| must be suttted up in .lull on or before MAK4H 17th. 1873. Alt accounts not settled at that date will be left with J. R. Harrah, Esq., the Attorney for the County Commissioners, fof collection. feb7-4t C. P. WALLACE, Treasurer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

G. L. Ebkbhart, W. L. Bedison, Attorney at Law. Notary Public, EBERHART & BED ISDN, ! ¦ - •* - • . GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS ?'AND * REAL ESTATE BROKERS, NEW BRIGHTON. BEAVER CO. Represent in Beaver County Tie Trayelors Life & AccidBBt Ins. Cq OF HARTFORD, CONN. A SOUND STOCK C O MP A N Y Assets January 1, 1873,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

^OTICE. In the Court of Common Pleas of Beaver county. No. 257, March Term. 1873. In the matter of petition of New Brighton Gas Company for incorporation. January 24, 1878, petition presented in open court, whereupon the court ordei the same to be tiled and that notice be inserted In the Beaver County Press and Beaver Radical, givine notice oi this application and that the petitioners will be declared a corporation in accordance with the prayer of said petition, at the next term of court if no sufficient reason be shown to the contrary in the meantime. By the Court. Attest JOHN CAUGHEY^roth'y. febl4-8t '-

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