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Fourth Sheet BILL Wimples or 3 OD
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Ralf Sheet SW. 115 copies or
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Fall Sheet BUS 25 copies or leas . 8 CO
15 additional copies or
Bills in Equity
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Blanks, plain, oae - golva. --.---_. 2OD
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Other Job work at same rates.
Cleveland & letuaburgb B. R.—Truths
going Ent leave Beaver Butkus as touoinK Nor
long Accoten *lit Mail, 235 p. mg Evening Fast
Line, P. 14 p. m.
Trains going West leave Beaver Station as bl
lows; Mail, 1:46 a. M.; Aceetn'n &1D p. In.; Last
Line 4te.5 p.
ran. JUDGE OF THE MMUS COM,
ISAAC G. GORDON, of Jeffenen coned,.
ROBERT W. MACKEY, of Allegheny county
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
Assembly—S. J. Cams, Beaver CO.
at A. Mauer Wast'aligtaa Co.
• —A. L. Caurast.t. 8aC 4 41.
prothonotary—O. A. Blum-
Treasurer—Jams H. KW.
rununissioner—G. W. Susoapaa.
Poor House DirtaffP— L i§A 3 PlL MCMAXIXT
Auditor—J. tbuszwrabit.. • '
Trustees q(Lastas. .
DEMOCRATIC COIINTT TICKET
We are requested to toiblleb tttelbUOWEltt:
.Iseint" bly —ORA az= Ctisars. Mew Co.
—Da. J °tarn Luau, Butler Co.`
—W. Las lotonsa. Washington.
—Wu. 0 AlAsstrie, Wastdogiall-
Treasuner.—C. - E.
Protttonotary.—C. B. -Lam=
Jury Conunisrioner.—Gen. Joni erzsizso.
Dirsetor of Foor.—Joss C. Stasi. Esq.
Auditor.—Joins A. Rosin=
Dimon ..dcadany.—T4ases NOCiuxur,
'Thet attentien of the WOO fa directed
t o the 1011 - owing New AdatTtleemente
which appear for the first time in the
Special Nottce—Hootizzid'a Oersutin
SpeciaiNotice-7-13anner - Baking Powder
adv.- Geo.Rowell &
Ads—Lawson & --...--.3aga-tf
Special Notice—Chas. P.
Special Notice—A. McDonald
Special Notice—W. W.
$lOO will buy a good second band
leather top buggy. Six months time
will be given for payment. Inquire for
M. at Anus office. 4-3b-tf
Company C. 101st Regiment, Pa. V.
V., held its annual re-onion at Newport,
Lawrence county, on Saturday, Septem
ber 6th, 1873. Lieut. W. e, Davidso n , of
Pittsburgh, wall orator for the occasion.
The fair, the fairest In style, the fairest to
beauty, the fairest in 'price, are the Hits, Bonnets
and fancy goods at Bence's, Beaver. Give them
• fair trial. sepleolw
- A New Appointment. —Rev. W.
F. Conner, von of Rev. J. Conner of
Smithfield, Jefferson county, has been
appointed by Rev. Dr. Williams to the
Smith's Ferry circuit, M. E. Church, In
place of Rev. J. E. Scott, who has been
transferred as a .P,llasionary to India.
Opening of Fall Millinery, Hats, Bonnets,
Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons, dc., all the new
styles at Bence's Beaver. seplo4w
Blew out the Gais.—Joieph Leh
ring, an East Liverpool, Ohio, man,
went to Allegheny city last week and
put up fur night at the Diamond Rotel.
On retiring to bed Joseph just "blew
out the gas," and in the course of an
hour or two Joseph himself would-have
been "blown out," if the other inmates
of the hotel had not been awakened by a
terrible smell of gas which pervaded the
Visitors to the fair should .call at Bence 's
Beaver, for one of the new style Hata or Bonnets:
Ribbons, Ruches, Kid Gloves, Belts, Hasidim ,
chiefs, Collars, Corset Perfumery. or Fancy
Goods geninally—s Tall stock. seplO-Sw
A Curious Breach of Promise
Case.—While the late Mayor Kalb
fleisch, of Brooklyn, N. Y., was living,
suit was brought ageing*, him by Mary
Jane Wade for one hundred and fifty
thousand dollars damages, for breach of
promise of marriage, ,and on Monday
she obtained through counsel an order
to show cause why the trial of the case
should not go on. The gentle Mary is
dearly after cash.
For a stylish Fan Rat or Bonnet at a reasona
ble price, go to Bence's, Beaver, New Style Raba
Bonnet., Plumes, Flowers, Ribbons; also Glove',
Studies, Hair goods &e. seplo-2w
Free of Charge.—Call at Hugo An
driessen's Beaver Drug Store, Beaver,
Pa, and get a sample bottle of Dr. A. Bo
seliee's German Syrup, free of charge.
It has lately been lutrodueed in this
country from Germany, and for any per
son suffering with a severe cough, heavy
cold settled on the breast, consump
tion or any disease of the throst_end
lungs !t has no equal in the world. Our
regular sine bottles 75 cents. In all
oases money will be promply return
ed if perfect satisfaction Is not given.
Two doses will relieve any case. Try it
Au energetic effort is making just
now, we learn, to have the Rev. William
White restored to the ministry. A pa
per *liking the Presbytery to reinstate
him was handed around to the Presby
terian congregation at Bethlehem—op
posite Indus / try—last Sabbath one week
ago. The paper was numerously sign
ed and it is generally believed that soon
er or later Mr. White will be In the min
istry again. It will be remembered
that Mr. W. was tried in our conrt some
three years ago Air procuring an abortion
on the person - of a young woman be
longing to his congregation.
The Household Panacea, sad MUM&
ly Liniment I the best remedy in the world
for the following complaints, iris.: Cramps in the
Limbs and Stomach, Pain in the Stomach, Bowels
or Side, Rheumatism in all its forma, Billions
Nettraitta, Cholera, Dysentery, Colds,
Fo.%ti Wounds, Burns, Sore Throat, Spinal Com
plaints, Sprains and Bruises, Chills and Fever for
Internal and External use.
to operation is not only to felon the patient,
hat entirely removes thstsianse of the complaint.
It penetrates and pervades the whole gilt. Ix
stonng healthy action to ail Ito parts, and quick
ening the blood.
The Household Manatee to purely Vegetable and
all Healing. Prepared by Curds & Brown-
No. 215 Fallon Street s New York. For sale by
all drnmata. jyl6-Iy
Wm. Oyler, the alleged thief, who
made things so lively in our jails few
weeks ago, and who finally gave ball4br
hie appearance at our September thrill
of court, did not come fo r th h a t w eek .
and his recognizant* was therefore for
feited. Willie had a very good reason
for not patting in an appearance at Bea
ver last week, to wit: he was in Sail at
Pittsburgh awaiting his sentence there
for a theft of which he was found guilty
a few days ago. He will hardly to heard
of here again, and the ssoo.oo—the
amount of his reoognizance—will, or at
least ought to—soon find its way into the
—Now is the Ume to plant advertise.
beats fn orderio reap it good DM crop.
The conversions et. the'
snap meeting are said to an *lint
—..'What shall we take to the Fair?" b
now the question in every well regula
ted htinUy. •
.4lt was not cholera morbus that occa
sioned Mr. John McCarter's death, but
cerebro spinal meningitis.
—"Fifty dollars Sid abate" is about
what the court said generallyolast week,
after the cider cases were heard.
—The editor of the New Lisbonituck
eye State refoiceth. It's a girl, .only
mast be paid
—The Grand Jury finished its busi
ness on 'Thursday evening and adjourn
—Apples range from 75 cts to $l.OO per
bushel hereabouts, and are neither plen
ty nor good.
--orders have been hailed prohibiting
local freight trains on the Pittsburgh,
Fort Wayne et. Chicago Railroad from
—The "grasshopper twist" with which
some of our young ladies are, afflicted,
is said to have originated from stomach
ache in a mild form.
—The a veragev Beaver county juror
does not believe that V per day pays
him for leaving his work and coming to
Beaver to attend court. _ _
—Rev. R. C. Crichlow has aid charge
of the Presbyterian congregation in
New Brighton since 1841—a period of 32
—The Heaver county fair takes place
on the 24th, 25th and 28th days of Sep
tember, everybody should make It a
point to.pe on hood at that time. r
218 newspspers published
in the United Slates which have passed
the fiftieth year of their existence.
The Annus is one of the number.
—C.Ontkari to the pmend bitter hug
week, Rev. Joshua Monroe has grown
better again, and hopes are entertained
now that he may-live for some time yet:
—Thirty, seconds 'and fiFe minutes is
whatanntabir of boidwitsivi practicing
in the fair grounds, will be able to trot
a mile In, in the !gars. of • month or
two's more training. •
—Mr. N. LIMIse% ofßridgewater. has
our thanks-for a beautiful collection of
dahlias gatherid in his garden. We
hoperldr. L. will display similar varie
ties at our coun*fldr.
—Thos. B. Wells, esq., at present re
siding in Beaver-Fails, was a little boy
living with his parents•in Blared: when
the Ommity. was orgwinissil 76 ;Fears', sp.
_He is in bis 16th year now, bit '
an If he was good for a good many yens
—Mr. and Mrs. Erskine--Rte Miss Ida
MeCreery---left Beaver on last Thurs
day for Nev Orleans, where they intend
to estanllah themselves in the future.
, nilnlaton, Mends eldsti *On a
sake journey to, and great prosperity' in
their new home.
Ur. Loi On ItlnJituiele.-4.3. 1 In
dian named Henry Stewart, a'. black
smith of Hookstown, this county, wee
brought before our court last week on •
charge of assault and battery preferred
by a Mr. Lathan. The Grand Jury
found a true bill, alter which the "na
tive" plead guilty, was fined $lO and or
dared sopa/ the costs of prosecution.—
Mr. Summit-Wes officinally atienibei of
the coroplanter tribe,. bus; bas boob
"paddling his own canoe" 'fora good
many yeara. Ile has been in Hooks
town for some time past; and is quite
genteel in appearance, but prone to
strike out from the shoulder when pro
voked. It is to be hoped that be will
cultivate a spirit of peace in the future,
and when a pale-face smites him on the
one cheek he will turn to him the other
Why Why ! Why! —h Uoughnd's Ger
man Bine ra . patronized by our beet citizens ?
because it is reliable all cues. It is not a rum
drink It has been tested thirty years. It is rec
ommended by physicians. It is recommended by
clergymen. It is recommended by lawyers. It is
recommended by all who use it It will care liv
er complaint. It will care dyspepsia. It will cure
Jaundice. It will cure marasmus. It will cure
habitual conatipaption. It will cure sick head
ache. It will strengthen the debilitated. It will
tone up the nerve'. It will give a good appetite.
It will assist digestion. It will cure all dioceses
arising from diseased or debilitated digestive on
cans. Be sure you get "Lloofland's German Bit
ters." Sold by all Druggists. Principal Office
609 Arch St., Philadelphia.
Smuggling Fire-arms to in
dians.—ln General Stanley's report of
Custar's fight with the Indians on the
Yellowstone, published yesterday, be
states the Indians were supplied with
Manchester rifles by traders, who now
ship guns as hardware. Western men,
now in Washington, state that It is the
regular practice of traders at all the
military posts on the Upper Missouri
river to sell rifles and ammunition to
the Indians under all circumstances and
at a large profit.- They state that it can
be proved beyond doubt, that directly
after the terrible massacre in Dakato,
two years ago, the Indians came into
the trading station with the blood on
their hands and clothes fresh from the
murder of women and children, and ob
tained from the Government agents
largo supplies of rifles and ammunition.
The following little romance is re
corded by the Aliance Local:
"On the Bth of July, 1872, Mr. A. C.
Myer. who bait charge of the telegraph
repairs on the C. dt P. It. It., started
from home on his trip of inspection,
putting a ten dollar bill loosely in his
pocket, with which to defray expenses.
Between Haznmondsville and Yellow
Creek, 'he found an insulator broken,
and placing a new one in his pocket as
cended and replaced the broken one and
passed on. After going a couple of miles
he missed the bill and went back to
where he had ascended the pole, making
diligent search, but without avail. Last
Saturday week, while in company with
five othentmaking repairs in that neigh
borhood, he ascended a pole to make
some changes in the arrangement, and
on removing an insulator be discovered
a piece of paper sticking to the bracket,
which on examining be' found to be the
identical bill, in good condition, that be
had lost more than a year ago."
The Tidioute Journal says: Tri
umph bqzats of a specimen of young
America, which will probably become
known to the world through the cot-
Emus of the Police Gazelle. He is a
youngster of about two years, smokes,
chews, and drinks beer to an amazing
extent. He gets drunk as often as his
old examples, and seems to enjoy it
about as much. When five cents is giv
en him to buy candy, he buys beer :in
stead, and instead of eating sugar takes
*chew of tobacco, and swallows it. His
language is a mixture of Five Points'
slang and oil talk. We will probably
hear from this youth in the•future.
The Ellsworth, Maine, American, re
peats a good story which was told at the
Kent dinner the other night:. When
Kent was first chosen Governor. and aft
er Weeks •of doubt, was finally counted
In, and was proceeding to Augusta to
assume the office be stopped at Unity
With his escort for dintier. After !Ile
ne:, when the party were In their sleighs
reldrtcrstart, Kent beth Ought him of
his smoke and asked the hostler to goin
and get hint *cigar. The hostler did so,
and earns out puffing the dial : . which
he took from his month and offered the
Governor, "No, my Maul," said Kent,
'I could do — it before the eke
ion, but I can't now."
Tula* IMAM , . 411 M —A
tlenn'Npo bah chair; 'of one of the
to#S. pit .tbaran Redd*. *leo* to
f4tide'A3iittatt there 44: tdioill ttluinebt
end ademy-twe'_brldgeseltidi titled be.,
twee Pittsburgh and Dennison, Ohio,
thtk distance between these two points
. 1 04 finiti:thnem 9 14
has its share of tunnels and bridges.
Children often, look Palo and Sick from no
ottscanss than Whig worms the stomach.
'• Vertat/hip (butts win destroy Worms
wittier:lt, injury. to the 0114, being patently ; It
and tree tram Al adoring en ether *glens in
gredients nstudly used in worm preparations.
Our& di Brows. Proprietors, No. RS Fulton
Street, New Tort. Bold b.l DelMeeis and Clans*
1 10. end dealers InXedicines at Twastrilaireese•
a 4oz. . 016.1y411
111 Runaway—Arm Biroktu.—On
butt Thursday morning. as Mr. Joseph
Hidl, of the National Hotel, was getting
into his buggy in which his pony *as
hitched, the animal started, and Mr. H.
teing unable to control it. Jumped out.
and in the fall one of his arms was
broken: The pony ran some two miles
before coming to a balk The pra. Law
rence were called, upon to reduce the
fracture. Mr: Ws wound is improving.
Thirty Yea res Experience of an old
Nanad—m Winslow's Soothing Syrup Is the
prescriptbm of one of the best Female Physicians
and Nurses in the United_ States, and km been
used for Wily years with never tiding sag And
seams by milhons of mothers and children, from
the feeble isibuit of one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of Abe stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health
and comfort to mother and child. We believe It
to be the Best and Surest Remedy in the World,
n all cues of Dysentery and Marsha* in children
whether It arises irom Teething or frourany other
cause. Full directions for using will accompany
each bottle: None Genuine Unless the Tic-simile
of Curtis and Perkins Is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all Medic Inc Dealers. j 3 164y.-73
-,llll4eaver County's First Prison-
Or.—ln a conversation a few days ago
with a gentleman who lived in Beaver
at the time tbecounty was organized (in
Op) he informed us that although but
s' mere child be remembered distinctly
the building of the first Jail and the ap
pearance of the first prisoner in the
county. The Jail was constructed of
imiielata, and from his account of it,
such a genius as Willie Oyler would not
have roosted In It twenty minutes. The
name Of the first prisoner was Thatcher,
=• iren_ n carceraied for ;.debt. :fir.
T. baa descendents still living In the
county, and as his imprisonment was
the result of misfortune, and not crime,
they need not•blush at the recital of the
above bit of local history.
Sponge Cake.—To the yolks of six ins,
veil beaten., add three-quarter pound of white
sugar. jade- lone lemon. one-half pound of dour.
bavtas in It Oa* MUM* of Banner flaking Pow
der. and the 'Altai of six eggs, beaten very stiff.
Zack ant of the Banner Baking Powder contains
a small meson, to be used even thll. according
to printed dreactions. If yob cannot obtain this
really valuable article from your grocer. send
tleadyitta pap :brat% addressed to Butner
Bakiag Ptrwder:l. ta: Lock Box, $l7, Pittaburgb.
Pa., and you *will receive, postage paid. a quarter
pound package, together with is list of fifty valua
A Flock of Dogs Destroyed by
• Sbeep.—On Saturday, August '4,
the family of Mr. William Wallace, Sr. ,
in Pulaski township, discovered "flock
of doge" after their sheep. Robert, a
son, on going to the field with his rifle,
foutid four doge busily engaged in wor
rying one sheep. First fire—a large
black dog dead; second fire—a medium
stied canine of the feminine sPechls--
dead; third fire—another mortally
wounded, after which the fourth one
deeming discretion the better part of
valor, left before young Mr. Wallace
could get a shot at him. As a slayer of
worthless dogs Robert Wallace is clear
ly SUCC66II. r '
Nothing gives na more respect for a
man than to see him use temperate lan
guage in discussing persona whom be
does not like. Thhi is the reason why
we have a profound regard for the edi
of the Leztngtdit ado.) anusailan.
He is a man who restrains himself
when be feels mad. He was bitterly
opposed to the recent editorial con von- '
tion in St. Louis, and be said so; but in
stead of denouncing it with violent lan
guage, instead of hurling foul epithets
at it, instead of abusing the members
and blackguarding them and calling
them vile names, and indulging in in
decency and vulgarity, he chose a bet
ter and more christian course,
and merely referred kindly but de
cidedly to the convention as "an
aimless and fruitless catawampus
of nincompooplo gabsquirts and rap
scallions." And then, we suppose,
be had his head shaved and went
to bed. When such amiable gentlemen
as this control the press and help to
form public opinion, it would bo ridicu
lous not to expect the rapid growth of
the American people in christian civili
zetion.—Saturday Evening Poet.
New Castle had a $30,000 fire last
Monday one week ago. The fire broke
out in the stables attached to the Knox
House, and from thence spread to the
hotel named, and both were soon de
stroyed. From here the flames were
communicated to Fisher's floor and
feed store; thence to George Henry's
dry goods store; thence to McGee dr. Cub
bison's jewelry establishment; next to
McNair's merchant tailoring establish
ment; thence to Robinson's tobacco
store; thence to John Ewer's dry goods
establishment, the largest of the kind
in the city. Captain Gilland's trimming
and notion store was next struck, fol
lowed shortly after by McGowan's gro
cery,•the warehouse of J. N. Ewer and
Anthony Henderson, and McKee's sta
ble. All these houses were destroy
ed completely, together with a number
of stables and outbuildings of leas im
portance. Most of the merchandise In
the stores was saved. The gentleman
from whom the above inforniation was
obtained estimates the loss at about $30,-
000, on which their was partial insur
ance. The spread of the destructive el
ement was very rapid. and fears were
entertained that the disaster would be
extended over a still garatetarea. The
citizens end firemen worked- manfully,
however, and finally succeeded in sub
duing the fire. The loss will be severo
ly felt, but the h enterprising peOple of
New Oman soon, no fioubt, have
the burned-district covered with new
and more substeollat structures.
manufacturers of the postal cards seem
to be in , no hurry to answer the letter
of Third Asaletant Pestinauter • General
Barber notify ing them_ that the cards
are not equal to the requirements, and
unless the'qu.allty of the paper and the
printing be improved the contract will
be annulled and proceedings instituted
against them to recover the penalty
named in the bond-1100.000. B. Tyner,
postal card agent at Springfield, writes
to Third Assistant Postmaster General
Barber that on the 27th ultimo he reject
ed 903 sheets (about 32,000 postal cards)
on account of the miserable printing and
poor quality of the paper. Upon Mr.
Morgan, one of the firm having the con
tract, examining them, be said he would
like to save as many good ones from
the lot as possible, whereupon the agent
requested him to show any cards in the
whole lot that were equal to the contract
requirement. The contractor cut from
one sheet two cards, which, he said,
Were good enough to issue. The cards
were enclosed in s letter to General
Barber, and are very poor specimens of
typogiiphy. Mr. Tyner ordered that
the whole 32,000 cards be destroyed, and
the department has approved of this RC
lion. About two million more postal
cards will be required to complete or=
deri from alt the post-offices. It is ex
pected that this number will be shipped
within the next week, and the whole
country will then be supplied.
$lO l - 1 0 06 . 11 #401 10 ,,.4!,.., 4hkrAi r irt /*A . '
Eloott;S'ltark wort * Min and
tiOrditer - sr tbe - M,E.
ar *nity, OhloOrird who
SDI Sadth's AIM tai-' WAtioitite,
has beenapPolisted 'by. 'the authorities
alga church:a Missientity M India, andj
sailed ibr.that country ; August gajkilld.,
the steamer Idaho. The Pittsburgh
Citaisttus Advocate thus speaks of Mr.
Scott, and of Me appointment M a Uhl
sionary to India:
"Concerning brother J. E. Scott,: who
latrOm,thie Mike; their Iss "(pecking
ornate. `Se had; we think; of
himself some time ago as • mission-,
sty, but was held in. reserve. One of
the company to go out under the lead
of Brother Mansell failed • to go.
Within alow days ottlie OP of sailing,
brogue' Bo* ima, - rmomotirded by the
Welk le ,"; 16to , 4nartmly..oonterence,
convened at Spring Grove ramp Meet
ing, by Drs vitilleaur, lirsidinit elder;
the fait telegraphed to_ ilia Secretaries
at Prey" York; by them' tits name win'
telegroptied...;ttk Savoie ' Conference,
wheroßlahop Peek was presiding;' ho
was admitted, appointed a Missionary
to India and transferred to the India
Conference. In leas than •eight days
from the time this series of sets was :be
gun he ws• "out on the ocean ialluig."
We have been informed that J. E. Scott
fa a nephew of Rev. T. J. Scott, now in
A Renutrkable Pewit.—James Mc- .
Dermot, me.. who Is well known to ev
ery citizen of Weeldngton,perlbrinid
remarkable feat in the • Reporter °Moe:
otie day last week.; Me . " 4 013 tatipe the
article headed *Jeffericits Iltsot s s! Speeek
printed on the second moot thbt:WwW.o
lastly of the papli, and *lien th proof
was carefully read but a single ' ; wrong
letter was found in the whole of it. The
fraternity will wonder at the accuracy of
the work-when we-state that Mr. Me-
Dermot Is- now seeenty.nine "years of
age, and will agree with us that there are
tew men of his years in America or else
where capable.of performing such& feat.
When a young man he worked for Bottle
time for Mears Gales& f3eaton, proprie
tors of the old Nraiosal Intelligepeer of
Washington tlity r and after he left them
and came to this place, they offered Alm
a life situation at good wages if be would
engage with them. We believe he learn
ed his trade in Gettysburg, rs.;:, and
worked in the ReperterzAtilin tniny
years before Most of the present
anon were born. During -the — mil' of
1812 he servedbla conatiyat4 participa
ted with Gen. Soot& fa the battle. of
Chippewa Plains, 'Lltudra !Ape and
Fort Erie. He was twice • ippoiatad
postmaster at Washington, the nut time
by President Zachary 'Meer,
and again in 1881, by President -Abra
ham Lincoln. All our *teens Will-tes
tify to the fidelity withwhieh he' dis
charged these dittlea. He also served
In an official capacity one or two winters
at Harrisburg. In ail his long career
he has been very abstemious, leading a
sober industrious life. That be may be
spared many years to enjoy earth's bless
ings is the wish of many friends.—
Obltuary.—lii the death of John
Collins, esq., which occurred on last
Wednesday evening at his residence on
Warren avenue, in this city, Chicago has
lost one of her most excellent citizens.
Mr. Collins came to this city several
years ago, and was associated with Mar
der & Luse in the type-foundry, but
more recently was coined in the whole
sale grocery business, as a member of
the firm of Collins, Whitney t Co. He
was born In Maryland, resided for many
years in Beaver county, Pennsylvania,
and in Steubenville, Ohio. Coining
'west, he settled in Davenport, lowa, and
from thence removed to this city.
While residing in Pennisylvania ha held
the office of Clerk of the Court, and . in
lowa was made Treasurer of Scott coun
ty. He was a man of unswerving integ
rity, was charged with many trusts,
and was faithful to the highest degree in
all. He was also well versed in the po
litical history of the country, and in the
campaigns before the war took an active
part in public speaking, with great suc
cess, and was the champion and friend
of some of the leading men of the time.
Though reared in a slave Stars he w is
opposed to slavery, and was also a warm
friend and earnest advocate of temper
ance. He has been identified with the
Eighth Presbyterian Church of this city,
was oue of its warmest supporters, a
leading trustee, greatly loved and re
spected, and the church, as well as the
city, sustain by his death a very great
On Saturday a young man and wo
man got on the passenger train of the
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad, due
here at five o'clock, at one of the sta
tions this side of Mingo. At the next
station another fellow got on and went
through the train evidently looking for
some one. As soon as be saw the young
man and woman sitting together, with
out a word he commenced beating and
kicking them both. The woman had
her eyes blackened and her clothing
torn and her companion was shameful
ly Refigured by the blows and kicks re
ceived. The passengers interfered and
the ruffian was bustled into another car.
At the nest station the man and woman
were put off, for the fellow who had
beaten them was swearing that be would
shoot them both. He was carried some
six or eight miles further down (be
road and be too was put off. No sooner
did the train start to move off without
him than he drew a revolver and com
menced an indiscriminate firing into
the train, causing the passengers to be
busy looking for something tinder the
seats of the cars. We hear that one
shot took effect in the arm of the con
ductor. The fellow should have been
caught and bung to a limb of the near
est tree.— Wheeling Regiater.
Eloped From Elizabeth Bor
ough.—A rather romantic and interes
ting elopement story comes from the
borough of Elizabeth, though at pres
ent the names of the principals are with
held from an anxious public. A minis
ter who reildes within the bounds of
the borough, Ms related, is the happy
father of two "amiable and interesting"
daughters—as the story books would
say. One of them is of about nineteen
summers, while ber sister is two
years younger. }or . some time—our
authority was not definite in regard to
dates—a yonngman living in the vicin
ity has been paying especial attention t°
the older lady, and maiden aunts and
village gossips generally, who always
know about such things, were well sat
isfied that the couple were engaged.
On Tuesday evening the young man
called At the house—as he had done on
previous occasions—bringing with him
a horse and buggy. In the calm, still
hours of the evening the buggy was
drawn up to the door. and one of the
young ladies—which proved to be the
younger one—got into the buggy, and
the two repaired to the Esquire's office
and were married. The consternation
of the family and of the village gossips,
when the revelation wits made the next
morning, may be imagined; it certainly
cannot be described. The denouement
of the affair was more unexpeettd, from
the fact that the young man bad appa
rently ignored the young lady entirely,
when he called at the house, and tbe ac
tions of the two would never have led
to.sukpeck such $ peculiar termination.
How the affair Is looked upon by the
young laly who was suddenly unsfe
Hui sister-In-law Instead of the wife Of
the young tian, - our authority did not
Uggrui na.7-,Pitt4bergh Telegraph,.
nt‘Cen iii - Seaser: on monstay;iit .
wetkiund MMOMMI ill minion= until'
.TridaWMisatort belay. to
attend' on acootint [of Ms iii litialtb,
rt was presided over by. Ms as..
:4; 1 1 ,
between the two the court was
quite clearly until large seinuiit Or
01.011 WeiVitatgla •
' Commonwealth vs /scab. Cobleuc
Indictment, oeuagoirlaii, to defraud.'
coiu. vs DIIVICI Anderson sod unas.,
}tenable, - IndictusSat, nuisance. True
bill. Cam continued.
Com. se Henry Stewart. Indictment,
asnalt and Iwltsry. l True blll. • Defen
dant pleaded guilty and sentenced to
pay the costs, and fine' of.
Vow. Int David Corby. ,Indktment,
aggraysted. assault and battery., Igno
'MUMS, and prosecutor, Jamas Hare. to
pay theccats. . f
Corn. vs 'Enoch Yields. Indictment,
assault sad battery. Ignoramus and:
prosecutor, ./.!• L W.elsh, to pay the
Com. vs Samuel.ldkullougb.
dictment, forcible entry. Ignoramus
and county to pay the coda,
Corn. vs Ink. Indictment, selling liq
uor on election- day. Janorr►tpw and
county to pay the Costs.
Cow. ye Clow. Ink. indlotment, sal.
ling liquor on Supday. Ignoramus and
want/ OM the boats.
Oom.teAr!ek I.3rueb. 'lndictment,
4 : 113111 , 11 . 1 * , True 1 0 1 1%.„...
' Cem".'lOB Jamul O. 'fare ! Indictment,
assailtind tietter7. True 6HI. Ver
dkt guilty.: .
Com. ys Welegarixir. Indictment,
seliing likuor contrapr to law. 'Thug
Com. vs Casper Wbltesell. Indict
ment. selling liquor without license.
Corn. vs James Roney. Indictment,
selling liquor without license. True
Com. vs James, Merriman. Indict
monk selling liquhr without license
True bill. '
Com. vs Barrloon Campbell. lndlet•
meat, seduction an 4 bastardy. True
Coin. va John Boswell. Indictment,
selling liquor contrary to law.. True
Com. vs Peter Coppersmith. Indict
ment, seduction and bastardy. True
Com. vs John Lee. Charge, desertion
on oath of Elisabeth Lee. 4Dlscontin
tied—parties agreeing to live together.
Defendant to pay the coats.
Com. vs James Merryman. Indict
ment, selling liquor without license.
True bill. Defendant pleads guilty.
Coin. vs F. Q. Rohokast. Indictment.
selling liquor without license. True
bill.. Defendant pleads guilty, and sen
tenced to pay a fine of 050 and cost of
Corn. vs Charles Rath. Indictment.,
selling liquor without license. True
bill, verdict guilty.
Coin. vs James Merryman. Indiet•
meta, selling liquor to minors. True
bill. The court allow a nolle prosequi
in this case, on payment of costa by de
Corn. vs Sainuel Hannan. Indictment,
selling liquor on Sunday. True bill
Defendant pleads guilty.
Corn. vs Samnet Hannan. Indict
ment, selling liquor contrary to law.
Troe bill. Defendant, pleads guilty.
Sentenced to pay a fine of 350 and costs
Coin. vs James Hays. Indictment ,
selling liquor contrary tolaw. True bin.
Defendant pleads guilty.
Coin. vs James Hays. Indictment,
selling liquor on Windily.' Ignoramus.
ailing Itqucnr—norLii*Y.le_ ' True
bill. Jury sworn. 'Specfsl-verdict ren
Coin. vs John F. Muller. Indictment,
selling liquor to men of known intem
perate habits. True bill. Verdict not
guilty. Defendant pay costs of prose
Com. vs Peter ]CI.-.-. indictment
selling liquor to minors. True bill
Defeo' pleads guilty.
Cot). vs William Tupper. Indict
meat, selling liquor on Sunday. Igno
Corn. vs Peter Meer. Indic:art enc.
selling liquor without license. True
bill. Defendant pleads guilty.
Com. vs Charles Brobeck. Indict
ment. selling liquor without license.
Com. vs Lucy Johnson. Indictment,
selling liquor without Ileense. True
bill. Verdict guilty as to selling cider.
Wilmot guilty as to selling other liquors.
Coin. vs William Tupper. Indict
ment, selling liquor contrary to law.
True bill. Defendant pleads guilty.
CAM. vs William Benchier. Indict
ment, selling liquor without license.
'true bill. Continued,and defendant di
rected to enter Into recognizance in the
sum of .100.
Com, vs Jacob Erb. Indictment, sell
ing liquor contrary to law. True bill•
Defendant pleads guilty.
Coin. vs Peter Wilging. Charge, sure
ty of the pesos. Nolte prosequi entered.
Crm. vs William Harrison. Indict
ment, assault with intent to commit a
rape. Continued till next term, and de
fendant directed to enter into recogni
zance in the sum oflll.o o o.
Cora. vs J. D. Coffin. Indictment.
selling liquor contrary to law. True
bill. Defendant pleads guilty.
Com. vs J. D. Coffin. Indictment,
selling liquor to men of known Intem
perate habits. True bill. Defendant
p leads guilty.
We desire to call the attention of our render,
to the fact that the well known Knox Trutt Farm
ts offered for sale In building lots. This place,
celebrated the world over for its beauty and for
the fertility of Its soil, I. without doubt the most
desirable place for a home in the neighborhood
of Pittsburgh and as an investment cannot be
equalled. We earnestly adviae our readers to
give the following Dicta a careful consideration.
as we are satisfied that all who have money to
'lnvest, whether it be s mull or large amount
will make a grave mistake if they overlook this
opportunity. Had Its late proprietor lived ft
would have been many years before It would
have been offered for sale, u -population • and city
Improvements were se 'evidently and lnevttbly
tending to this quarter, that every year seemed
to cearly,doutde the property in value; and this
rapid advance must continue for some year to
come. Bat at his death his hairs, anzlons for a
division of the estate, chose this means of arriv
tng at that and, and hence the sale. invest to
property near to large eities.—that Is what has
made city men rich; and It will make all rich who
try tt, for property near to inch cities surely and
invariably advance. This farm is thirty minutes
from the Pittsburgh Post °Mee, by way of the
Paopenger Railway and Mount Oliver Incline,
and ten minutes from the South Side Market Horse
by way of the Mount Oliver incline. It bas all the
conveniences of the city, already surrounded as it
is by churches, schools, doctors, drug stores.
and stores and markets of all kinds. The pro
prietors are erecting water works at their private
expense, guaranteeing their completion, or not
holding buyers to their contacts. New improve
menus are tenth ne here naturally and will keep
ups steady advance In velum Being u It is
practically ht the city, from its- easy access and
from its comforts and cOnveitiesces, and yet
possessing all the beauties and delights of the
country, the people of the illy ate eeeking homes
here, and OM continue to do so till prices will
continue to advance for many years to come.
Those wonderful grape sines, strawberry plants,
fruitVe trees, conceruhig which we have
heard eh, temidn becoming the property of
lot buyers. Inns making each lot a garden under
perfect cultivation without the delay of planting
and wafting. Remember, the terms of payment
are such as to give buyers with only a small
amount of money the chance of purchasing and
making their int paymedt. tie then ady way
the day pf the sale and see what they can do,
Woundl.—ln Rodaster. Pa.. • lady's pocket
beak. containing a small sum of money, de. The
papier CSA,have .the same by calling alt Chas. P.
Brobeek's drag store, opposite the depot, Ro
chester. tad paying for this notice. septlo4l
Dariug Anemia& al Illobiberv--
pilau Away.—btu; ' lietl - ThinadnY
idea; 11 Ilttte attar i$ Mr; JnitiPh
Nfere,r7/ who TIOWes With
, 611 0. It warmers - of,thh* Owe :10.)-
lag disturbed front soar mos or othii,r,
sad. bavhijs tainted tee light from Um
bath proceeded loathes phbeelf that no
uremberat thaftirdly were downbeat's.
went balk to his bedroom '''and pro
vided himself with a revotyer, sad than
vebtnred ,far down the stairs its the
light from th e dining room would per
mit him, and there he TS* glimpse of
their movements. They were then
lunching, and engaged in moving the
silver sets from the cupboards. • While
engaged in carrying silver from Op
-boards to baskets already provided in
the kitchen; he embraced.the opportuni
ty to slip down the stairs in ono of their
tours, but unfortunately, ere be could
reach the bottom of the stairs the light
returning from the kitchen shone NU
on him. The other roblpr being quick
ly disturbed fired, the ball whizzing so
close to Mr. M.'s head is to cut. off
one of his locks cioaeby his ear.—
The other man in astonishment drop
ped the lamp, which, fortunately, went
out witholit exploding. Mr. M. imme
diately ran into the dining room. fired
Into the darkness at the supposed posi
tion of the robbers. The flash from the
revolver revelled one movlng into the
kitchen, Mr. hi. followed and fired
*bleb was reiffrned, bat fortunately
without effect. 1 1.1 e turned to look after
the one in his reek, and in running back
fell over the clothes basket with the sal
ver in it, loosing his .revolver in the
fall. When be at last found it the other
robber was heard unlocking the
front door leading to the street.
Mr. M. run quickly to the ball. but his
man had succeeded in getting out, he at
once run to the front door and fired at
the robber ere he could double the cor
ner; heron to the corner and fired again
which was returned by the burglar.
Mr. M. in his bare feet could not follow
any further; returned to the house to
look after the other man. By this time
the whole neighborhood was aroused,
and quite a crowa collected at the house.
An examination snowed that the rob
bars had gathered up all the silver
ware belonging to Major McCreery and
had it in a large basket, ready to carry it
away, and in another basket they had a
ham and several loaves of bread which
they procured In the kitchen. In their
haste to get beyond the reach of Mr. Mc
creery's shots they abandoned every-
thing, and sought only to erape
with whole eking. The larger one of
the two wan about six feet in, height and
would weigh, perhaps, 180 pounds, the
other ono was about five feet eight in
ches—weight about 140 pounds. Mr. M.
thinks he would hardly be able to rec
ognize either of the villains.
Conspiracy to Defratid.—A case
eliciting considerable interest was tried
in our court last week. The facts are
substantially as follows ; A man named
Coblenz; and claiming to be a doctor, is
the patentee of a liniment which he calls
Coblenz' Amithetic. He lived in Beaver
Falls, and understanding the gullibility
of some of the people in that rural vil
lage he began to devise ways and means
to dispose of the receipt for making his
liniment. He first approached a man
by the name of Yenta, and agreed to
make him his agent in effecting a sale,
and told him be must act under his in
structions. Subsequently he instructed
Yenta to see an aged man by the name
of Inman, living in Beaver Falls, and
offer bim the right to make and sell the
liniment. In accordance with his in
structions he visited Inman, and pro
posed that they should buy the liniment
together, stating that he knew a man in
Pittsburgh who would give $3,000 for it
and they could buy it for 52,000. - In.;
did not ogree to buy it atthaftinie.
Youtsyeported to Coblens nirther.
loft O tedd him • NI)
would get a letter.from Pittsburgh mak
ing him an offer of $3,000 for the recipe,
and that ho must show Inman this let".
and renew his propositl"— aro receiv
ed a leo ,— ...,uuuning said offer, showed
tt to Inman and urged him to buy. 'The
letter was signed by one McNulty. He
afterwards visited McNulty in Pitts
burgh, when the offer was renewed, Mc-
Nulty saying that be meant business,
He and Inman visited Cobloui for the
.purpose of talking the thing over, but
loft without making a purchase. Cob
lens then wrote a letter himself to be
shown Inman, and instructed Yonts
that when they came again to see him,
that he—Youts—must try, in the hear
ing of Inman, to get him to lower his
price. The second letter was shown In
man, and they again visited Coblenz.
Youth carried out his instructions but
Cobleus refused to tall. A bargain was
finally struck—Youta and Inman agree
ing each to give his note for $l,OOO. They
then repaired to the office of S. Magtiw,
esq., where the notes were drawn; and
executed also an article of agreement for
the sale of the recipe. It having been
previously agreed between Youth
and Coblenz that Coblenz was
to return Youts ins note. Yenta
turned States evidence and it seem
ed from his evidence that after con
summating the bargain, they went to
Pittsburgh io see the man „McNulty,
who had offered 53,000 for the recipe.
Youta taking with him some of the tnon
ey obtained on the note of Inman, which
Cobleni bad got discounted by a bank
in Harmony. You's met him in the
Court House, gave him the envelope con
taining money sent by Coblenz, and told
him what they were after, and that In
man was waiting to see him, to get bim
to buy the liniment (or the right to make
it) for $3,000 as he had offeind to do; (be
ing thuspnt on his guard) he dodged
Inman who never was able to get to see
him. Youth then applied to Coblenz to
give up his note, but Coblens said that
it would be necessary for him to allow
a judgment to be had on it In order to
lull the suspicion of Inman. Accord
ingly they met before a Justice of the
Peace, and 'louts amicably confessed a
judgment for the amount of the note; he
afterwards threatened Coblenz with ex
jusure to ioduce him to satisfy this
dgment. It was also in evidence that
Coblenz gave Yenta part of the money
obtained on the note, and subsequent')
took a part of what he had given him
from him again. These are the facts as
shown by the State and upon which the
jury returned a verdict of guilty.
winter; and $888.2.5 for oliL
GRAlN—There is a very fair demand
for Wheat, and with diminished receipts
and a reduced supply; paces are firmer,
although not quotably higher; we con
tinue to quote at $1.45a1.50 for new red,ac
cording to quality. The Oat market is
reported firm, with a continued good de
mand, but prices remain unchanged;
39a40c for mixed, and 43a44e for white—
some dealers quote up to 45, but we ap
prehend that it would be difficult to ob
tain this figure for car load oats. Corn,
as noted in our last report, is in light
supply and firmer. Prime Yellow
Shelled is generally held at 6e, free in el
evator. Rye Is quotable at 85a90, and
the supply in this market is small. Bar
ley continues very irregular and unset
tled in Chicago, and operators here are
still holding off in consequence.
GROCERIES—Coffee continues very
firm,.tbe late Rio telegrams having in
fused new life and vigor into the mar
ket, although eastern circulars quote no
advance in prices over last week. How
ever, the indications generally point to
a higher range of prices. Sugars f rm,
but unchanged. Molasses and syrups
movingly freely and at full rates.
Since the above was put In type, we
learn that there has been an advance-in
Roasted Coffee which will be found be
CoFFEE—Prbne to choice Rio, 278=4;
medium to good, 25225 e; fair 23a24c.
Roasted Rio, loose, 304; in one lb. pa
pers, 31e; Java, in one lb. papers, 37.
Svuues—White Drips, 70; other grades
ranging from 60 to 40, as to quality.
Ries—Choice Carolina, 10; prime, 9
Pates, WI; Rangoon. 74a3.
fluosass--Patent Cut Loaf, 13c. Crush
ed, Grannutated and Powdered, 12;
Standard A, 114; B, 114; Ex. C, Inc; C,
YelloW, 114; Circle C, 11; Lower grades
Robert Gilmore, from Bridgewa- 9310.
ter, Beaver county; Pa., called upon us CANDLES—MouId candles, 12c: stearlue
this week. Bob, who is known as 18. Star do, 20.
Morotssza —Choice New Orleans, 78a
"Bricky" where be lives, Informs us 80 n; p r i me 73 1 ,75.
that he was a passenger on the first ca- HAY—The arrivals of baled continue
nal boat that came through to Youngs- comparatively hence the supply is
town from the Ohio River. The ho _. gradually being reduced, and the mar
ket is firmer, although prices remain
was four days Coming through and unchanged, ranging from 2Os2sper ton
crowds of people gathered at every lock according to quality.
on the canal to seethe great and novel ONIONS—SaIes at s4as per barrel.
spectacle afforded by the first canal POTATOES—The market Is quiet and
unchanged; small sales from store at 70a
beet- The trip was one of eenelnualiel - 75 per bushel. There has been an, ova/
Median, And when the boat arrived at supply of Sweets during the past day or
Youngstown, Its piaserwisra j an d e d an d two • and prices are irregular.
POULTRY—Spring chfekens are
took possession of
.the village. the in- quotable all the way from 40360 cents
habitantsofwhlettAheykoPt wideawake per_pair, according to size and old ones,
all Wight. One-or the then taverns here 7 038 /2..,,...;
bad a bell e i j mn t i d * pit a . root Bob, Pow ISIONS—Extra Sugar cured
with some others , climbed up to the bell Hams, per pound 16; Ex. Sugar Cu
Shoulders, 114; Sugar cured Breakfast
and kept' it tinging "oh, be joyful," Bacon, 134 e. Extra Sugar Cured Dried
"until daylight did appear." Nobody Beef.lBl. Beef ton g ues, 07.50 per dozen.
objected to all this noisy jubilee, because Bacon Shoulders. per pound, 10e. Bacon
all Were infinitely tickled over the im- Rib Sides, 80. Bacon Short Rib Sides
manse prospectiveadvantageso.ffered by lie. Bacon Clear Rib Sidman°. Mess
the grand canal. Times have changed Pork, $lB.OO Per barrel. Refined Lard
some in Youngstown since that night, for summer use in trim. 94. Do, half
buten!' thepisoltla kaptwideftwake, not bblo 101 e. Do. bkts Do. In 3 pound
so much though. the abandoned'ditch sadd les. 124 c. Do in 5 pound, 121 e. do,
running to the Ohio river. as by pails ISIo. per pound. Do, 10
numerous other things of vastly greater 6 pound palls,.18:: pound pails, 134.
Importance. That doesn't detract any- - RAGS—Quoted at 84a34c.
thing from the value of this Item In pound
. how- SALT—Is quoted at $1.60 per barrel
ever, which we got from our friend, Bob. by the car load. and $1.8.5 in a Jobbing
Gilmore. We must add, for his credit, way.
that he disclaims being the mailer SEEDS—Flaxseed is firmer and we
whom Joseph Barclay embraced so advance our quotation to $l.OO Timothy
pressingly after' the fellow bad stolen Seed Itt'etill quotable at $3.60475 m , sie
his shirt bosom• full ammo In. Barclay's though there have been som e tleB made
store, where Gates now holds forth.— at $3.25. Nothing doing inClover.
Youngstows Vindicator. TALLOW—Quoted sine*, per pound°.
Diverthi4D4 Lace . Mak 11,
' sr lc., rims.
—Captain ItIUMSt i of noehester, has
--aim 1ud0:114406S farmers on the smith
aide of the river wen busily enamel to
the Important oocupation • of stmodlna"
last week. - •
—.The flou r ' end , Amid . 'lore or. Mr.
'Nair, if 'Beaver Uhl, was , entered
some 11113k110Wrk vaunt or. pruos i 3 Orter
night last week, and robbed of a consid
erable qua ntity of flour. No slue to Bre
penetrators, • "
-1 -:-The' reptile which have ;been going
on In the Trinity Epi cops church ' of
Rochester ter some UM° put are well
nigh completed. and the interior of - the
building has been greatly Improved.
The.repair* have been made under the
supervision of. the pastor, Rev. Wm.
—Wm. McDonald, esq.; the well
known farmer and lumber dealer, who
live! opposite Legionville !Station, slid
Who is an old and esteemed resident of
this county, will on the lt th Inst. dispose
era largo number of horses, cows and
farming utensils, preparatory to taking
up his abode In the 'smoky city."
—We learn that a gentleman, -hailing
from the vicinity of New Brighton.
while "making changer at the toll
bridge in Bridgewater on last Friday
night, suddenly became aware of the
fact that his cub account had, in some
unaccountable manner, been diminish
ed to the tune of about fifty dollars, and
that all his drew% to recover the same
have thus far. proved unavailing..
--TIIE IMIEPASSSIBLZ POTATO BUO.-.
Notwithstanding the great accomplish
ments of these imbistrinins Ilttleaanimlles"
during the current season arid their great
victory over the potato crop they yet
seem fully determined not to retire to
their respective winter resorts until the)
have gained even a more victorious repu
tation, and as they journey homeward In
of der to "take a rest" and congratulate
themselves on their success, they while
away their spare moments and amuse
themselves by makinginroaus into hoes.
es, cellars and all other receptacles of
food and where the air tight system is
not strictly obseryeo, the facetious little
gluttons are round in astonishing num
bers, where they make night hideous
with thetrhilarlty, While they feast on
all the delicacies of the season In con-
sequence of which we are depri-ed of
many chances of dining without our taxi
being seasoned with the foul and wicked
(at least) breath of the "varmint" while
at the same time we' are led to the sad
belief, that the modic extermination, the
Chinese cheap labor system, and, alas,
even the Beaver Fount) , Prohibition
movement will soon fade into utter insig
nificance and oblivion in comparison
with this last, great 'and Increasing evi l—
The Potato Bug Invasion.
Harness, Saddles; tice.—For the above
articles go to A. McDonald's. 3 doors west of Mc-
Creery's bank. Ile pur4hases the very best of
stock and has it manbtactured by competent
workmen. Yon can hase a set of harness made
to order from 14.00 Mr. Mc. has been un
tiring in his efforter to supply his cute - mess with
harness, saddles, whip!, Sc. of the latest and
most approved styles at prices that defy compe
tition. Please go and examine and bo convinced.
and you will save money by
OFFICE OF TUE PITTA. GAZETTE.
MONDAY, September 8, 1873.
Trade in general merchandise during
the past week hex been moderately ac
tive, and while it cannot be termed par
ticularly active, it, is nevertheless in
creasing. Business of almost every kind
is better than it was a month ago, and
furthermens.Ane bigileatiorni are that it
will be more active a month hence than
it is now. There is a good demand for
Monti and Grain;prices are firmer
.though Hot quotabl a higher. The lead
ingr grocery Staprei„ pirttoulatireoffee, •
is st ill ni .d. T and ' the tendency
the supply of choice
nutter and eggs is scarcely equal to the
demand, and prices are nigher. There
is an oversupply of Apples and for the
time being prices will not much more
than cover freights and commissions;
we would advise country shippers to
slack up for a while.
BUTTER—Strickly choice solid pack
ed continues scarce, and is selling read
ily on arrival , at 25, There is not much
inquiry for any other kind.
F.FNE—Prime Ohio Factory Is quo
ted at 13 for July make to the trade, and
134 for August—usual advance over
these quotations for small lots.
EGOS—Strickly fresh, guaranteed as
such, continue scarce, and with consid
erable inquiry the market may be quo
ted firm at 20c—some holders are asking
la2c more. We notice that prices are a
shade lower in New York.
FRUITS—The supply of Apples con
tinges in excess of the demand, and so
anxious are holders to sell that they are
taking almost anything buyers are will
ing to give. Peaches, Pears, Berries,
etc. etc., in good condition, are selling
Madill? enough, and at very fair prices.
FLOUR—The market continues firm,
with a continued fair demand, but prices
as yet are not quotably higher; we con
tinue to quote at 137.25a7.50 tor, spring
wheats flours; 87.50a7.75, for new red
, - Sisigits t_ mots t—We Intro presented bitaj*
itios. Ffr, last ireatirtUr of I
et "bew.,,artossinental and .bed Dot going
!meg um+ it'll/17W bean iced 10000 0
Qat" The. saa4O 001110 brant and is teno•
ItitatedWWl; libetrittfal ibadd of . itagioned P4r
.000124: Tor rattly, darib l llo - entstmpUelly of
, cdostnict * thi n Weir posesarm main adYa
togas over any etfle of Rory flat biro *sir
comb undid. our observation. ler: Read noepil •
largo and varied oroldtment of bra" lamps yt ay.
ery deserlpttatt as its store la Itmbealer. raserloev
to pike Ras FO sent' to 1541.; ..Tbisor maps ger
znittespothi lirge quintilies diroefAxes the an
dictums 'ot -forthrtorMlls. Ind, COnsetWoUr
It. la enabled-0 MR them et
on ntogessja sates, These.lll Vkeeil, of 40100
ornadombd lamp add a Mil lard, ilgtdowill do ire
to glle Mr, Reed. a nil ar ;MAU:we 33. 41 e11t*,
witare . they ega able obtid tip best teimts:
Of *bon' and Otter ells .ar tbe7logreat IMAM
~i ' I
ford County fifporter speaks as follows
of the Lew Prof. ofwieste at the College:
A. feature of the exercises worthy of rickte.was the
performance cif Prot .foliaten upon the piano.
Although confined by the programme to duets, tu
the performance of which his pupils had been an
der training. the listener could not fall to ehsetve
that the kepr were being touched by a twister
band. it roust be acknowledged by all Who ,
beard hlualhat be Pomace musical talent of a
tare order. and high cultivation: Ile is pronounc
ed by those who have heard him. equally skillful
upon the violin, but little inferior to his Ulustrt
ous countrimin, the (augured OW Bull. Hav
ing but recenUrcofte Ex= his native land. he has
an imperfect knowledge of the English language.
This embarrassment overteme, we shall expect
to hear or hint taking rank with the drat renal.
china to America.
The now atyles—Lutlea, Hits and Bonnets for
the sewn aro out, and an very pretty; you can
And all the styles at Bence'a,•Beaver. sepleew
In Jail.—Our old friend John
llama, who, by the way. can handle a
razor, or jingle a pair of shears equal to
the best of barbers, pulled up in jail on
last Thursday afternoon. John bad ta
ken In' an uncommon quantity ot4esistla.
log, visited the court room, and think
ing the lawyers there were a little pro
sy, John have the attorneys c court, jury
and. apectstors, a specimen of his
own eloquence, which attracted
general attention. The- court, how
ever, were .not in a mood - for a per
formance of that/ character, and hence
ordered the sheriff to take care or Johii
for the next succeeding twenty-four
hours. Ile was, therefore. taken over
to the Hotel de White, and entertained at
the public expense for the period stated.
If Johnliad stability of purpose enough
to not "look upon the wine when it is
red," he could make a good living al
most anywhere and stand high in the
estimation of those who know him.
Go to Sauce's. Bearer, for your Fall Data or
Bonnets; all tho new styles may be bound there.
MON & RAO,
Agents of Real Estate,
Third litreet, Beaver, Pa
;211rWe offer for sale the following described
properties. For fail particulars call at our of ice
on Third street:
A VALIYABLE FARM FOR SALE
This farm is situated in Brighton Two., Bea
ver county, Pa., on the New Lisbon -road, 4 miles
from Beaver, containing 73 acres. more or less,
on which is erected a two-story frame dwelling
house, containing two rooms, kitchen, and pan
try on first door. and two moms on secoud floor.
a good cedar ttadetoestb; also a good trams 1 .."'•
and stable, and other e,aeressers outbuildings.
This farm L'well ' , mitered, well timbered. and
under a gOod state of' cultivation, and can be
by machinery; excellent fruit on - l
ees. Price $B.OOO. inquire of John A. in on
thsegook, of DAivticrtg - a BASIN, Beaver, Pa.
ROUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
This property to situated on sth Street, In the
borough of Beaver, Beaver county, Pa.„ 40:130
fret s with 14'story f rame dwelling house, and sta
ble and other tmtbaildlogs erected thereon. Good
fruit on premises. Price PM. Inquire of 111 Ce,
Wilson & Moore. esqs., or I)AWSON & EAKIN,
House and lot situated on 4th street in the bor
ough of Beaver, Beaver county, Pa., 150 by 54 feet,
on which Is erected a two-story frame house, con
taining two rooms, klt&en, ball. and nantry, with
porch attached on first floor, and two rooms .and
hail on second floor, a good cellar underneath,
and other outbuildings. Price revo In pay
ments. Inquire of Joseph White, or DA WSON
& EAKIN, Beaver, Pa.
A BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE FOR
This property is situated on Beaver street, in the
borough of Beaver, Bearer county, Pa.; lot gini
125 feet, on which is erected a new Frame House,
containing three rooms and hall on first door, and
three roonoand ball on second door, with a celiac
underneath; cistern at kitchen door, and al t
necessary out-battings. Price, ri(00. Inquire
of Andrew 0. White, on the premises, or DAW
SON It EAKIN, Beaver. Pa.
A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE
This farm is situated In Brighton toarnAlp,
Beaver county, Pa, on a good road, four miles
from Beaver, containing 1110 acres, more or .less,
110 acres cleared and the balance well timbered,
on which Is erected a two-story frame utilise,
barn, stable, and other outbuildings; a good
spring house convenient to house, also a spring
In barn yard.' This farm Is well watered, being
especially adapted to the raising of stock; it is cin
der h goad *tate of cultivation, and can be work
ed by machinery; good fruit on premises. In
quire of G. W. Walton, or DAWSON & EAKIN.
A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE
This property la situated in Moon township,
Beaver county, Pa., on a good road, four and one
half miles trt'ret Phillitathung , two an•l one-half
miles from Vanport, containing twelve acres, on
which Is erected a good frame house and barn,
and other outbuildings. A good spring near the
house. Good fruit on premises, consisting of
70 apple trees, and 103 peach trees, all in good
bearing condition; also various kinds of small
fruit. Inquire of T. R. DOUGHTY, on the prem
ises, or DAWSON & EAKIN, Beaver., Pa.
Seven and one-half acres of land situated In
Liverpool township. Columblima county. Ohio.
on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh R. R. two and
ose•half miles from East Liverpool, sad one and
one-half miles from Smith's Ferry. Improvements,
horse and'harn. About fifty bearing 'pole and
peach trees on the premises: also a good vein of
coal and fire-clay. Inquire of J. DOHERTY,
Bridgewater, Pa., or DAWSON & EAKIN. Bea
Etude of James Hoe y, dec'd
Whereas, letters testamentary to the estate of
James lloey, late of the borough of St. Clair, in
the county of Beaver, and State of Pennsylvania.
deceased, 'have been granted to the sdbacribers,
all persons Indebted to the said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment. and those
having claims or demands against thd estate of
said decedent, will make known the same, with.
out delay 4 to JAMES AIKEN. Pulaski township,
or ROBERT 11. ROSY, Swing's Mills. Allegheny
Co. Pa., Xrecufors. ano7.6w
Estate of William *Kennedy, deo'd
Letters testamentagy basing been granted to
the subscriber, on the estate of William Keened
late of the borough of New Brighton, d
all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make Immediate payment, and Mose moving
claims against the same will present them dell
authenticated for settlement.
JOSEPB C. WILSON,
P. O. address, Leave?. Pa • Exteictor.
lIBBBRRT—MARKER—SepL 2,1873. by Rev.
J. Murray, Mr. J. A. Herbert, of Ohloville„ and
Miss AMU& Marker, of Industry.
(Radical please copy.)
BAKES—MeRLILENY—On Tuesday evening,
tient. 2, 1873, at the officiating, by Rev. D, F.
Mustard, Mr. Alfred Young Baker, to Miss
- Maggie M. MeElbeny, all of Beaver county. Pa.
Wheat, per bashel.
Flour per 5ack...—.......
Batter per pound ......
Tallow " "
Potatoes per bushel
°niece per bashel.....-- ......
Apples, Mee. per bushel__
Beans per bushel .....
_....ii ros i :
—. 180 18
1 15a . 02 00
4 aj , ) • "`-• '77 1 %
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Cirr i GUN
.A OTlTlnzilialtd brae* Tiad
, Ism oliegtoserl Malik , Threat) . lliehtillas. M-
I his. Revolvers: Pletorsibpovdor (Tooth andllsob
log Tackle . Ca ll hid Cicalae a),%itotk. or sto4
Tor Prire'Llet. • 'Address. • H. li. SCIIULIII. 4
2410lAbeet7 Street. Pittsburgh; Pa.
:_liiritejohlog done on abonnotlce. anier-lw
AGENTS WANTED !
To uttelo twat emit:molly twat Preto
are laige. al aztromatmeraestscoakresito Aitenta
are te.W 6211 4 Appli 9r read fixt i zir•
c sad terms
. NOWA RDS Ink
- AlitOns. Disozood Store.
apt 3-3teliTsi z fa t Plat be Pa.
WEWV INDIA P0446111c0.,
WM. lilP. MANAGER.,
Planwinetwils 253 Pews Avenges
ll!snafu:Mere of the beet Polish In the world for
cleaning and restorlog to Ka original bistro Gold,
Kilter, Plated-Ware. • Bran. Copper Glentwfor.
Bar Fixtures. Lottontotiree. Fire En_ los. awl
tuty article that wfd metre a - pollatt. pr LOCAL
AGENTS WANTED. to outrage this town.: %Ad
dress as abbrs. enclosing 23 cents for sample and
dtreellorui. t feepalm
rubutaied This Tenn
IN SOARCI - I OF
THE CASTAWAYS :
A Romantic Narrative of ie Loss of Captain
Grant of the Brig "Britannia," and of the
Adventnies (AM. Children and Friends
In his DisCorery and Rescue. Em
bracing the 'Dem iptkm of a Vc :-
ago Round the World,
Hy JIILES VEltliill,
Author of ..Tivezti Thousand Leaves under
170 USE =GLUING% 620 Pages. Price $l5O.
terses,,,teret Watorros to sted.
, For descriptive Weider.,
J. B. LIPPINCOTT do CO:.
THE GRHATEST WANT
Came into onr midst at last.
viergarriritagE, ELVER, PA.
flag opened a Ilarneas and Saddle More In the
room formerly occupied by Mr. lames Still's,
where be is prepared to farniah
And everything usually kept In a dnit-ela,s
` , Lanese "
and Saddle Store, fie is prepared to
Of the comet wak"en hathesa to the fin j est coach
haraera the world ever saw at veroow pricer.
ar 4 a> 0 loves 2,
Etas been engaged In the manufacture of liarcess
and Saddles for upwards of thirty, years, during
which time Le has manufactured Harness and
Saddles that compared with eel that was ever put
on e.thibition in ADICTiCa rUltbaSers will do
well to give him a call before purdilislog else
lair Baildiii and Wool ?mini Shop.
NEWELS. BALUSTERS, BAND RAILS,
with Joints Cut and Bolted. ready to hang. furn
ished on short notice. WILLIAM PEOPLES:.
54-Iy.l Car. Webster St. & Graham -411 v
.061:k e ,
PITT'SB , PA.
Affords advantages for the thorough practical ed -
amnion of young and middle•aged men possessed
by no other biminecr college in the tnited States.
Students CAA enter at any time.
MFor large descriptive circular giv
ing full imormation, address
J. C. SMITH, A. 'tL, Principal.
To The Nervous of Both Sexes.
The frequent requests of sufferers from nervous
neuralgic and Weakened conditions of the sys
tem, for the means which restored the undersign
ed to health many yearsago, has again induced
htm to make known publicly, his Intention to ben
efit others, atfd he will thet:efore, on receiving a
postpaid directed envelope, Send free of charge a
cony of tne treatise detailing the discovery. uses,
and prescription of the herbal remedy employed.
Address, dons M.. DMINALL. M D.
mara(azu II Clinton Street; Brooklyn, N. Y.
The oloet , t and most rellableinatitution for ob
taining a Mercantile Education. For Cirdniara
wnte to P. DUFF k SONS.
ItI , CLIRLLAN 9 9
INSTITUTE for BOYS!
At West Chester, Pa. A beautiful and elevated
situation, it miles west of Philadelphia. Spa,
dons Play-grounds, with Gymnasium. Students
prepared for College, Polytechnic Schools or
Burliness. Special provision made ' for very
young boys. Many students remain, as board
ers, dirrhrg Summer vacation. Session begins
Sept. 10. Address Robert M.
PARLOR, LIBRARY ;
DIN ING-ROO3I AND
At ItED ITC ED Pialcits.
Also, sole manufacturers for Western Penn., pf
I'Donoialfs Patent Louie Bed,
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••.•.• • • • • •
THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION of the
Pon. State Agricillrl Society for 1873,
WILL lIIS WELD AT TUB
CITY OF ERIE.
Commencing Tuesday, Sept. 30tA, to continue
Books of Retry dose Sept. 231
Competition ts co-extenstre with the United
States and Provinces, and the citizens of the ries-.
erst States and the Dominion are cordially invited
to compete for our prizes. There to 110 Entry Fee
charged. For Premium Lists, and other Informa
tion, apply to either of the undersigned, at Erie.
JACOB B. EBY, IPrerddent.
D. W. SEUXR, Recording Secretary,
ELDRIDDE MCCONKEY, tior. Secretary,
sent Slit) Erie, or Rarristourg, •
• 11OLLIDAYSBC7W, PA.
REV, JOS. WAUGH. Patscrrer..
1. A Christian borne.
2. Thorough and successful Teachers
3. Philosophical and Chemical appara
tus, Maps and Charts
4. Thorough teaching in Music. Good
Pianos. * -
5. Rooms large and cheerful. Ventila
6. Gymnastics Without oAtra charge.
Gymnasium, and ample grohnds, beauti
ful scenery and opportunities for ram
7. Pure soft water. Bath room for
8. Admirable location. En t re flee
dom from smoke, noise and.dust.
9. Near to various Churches.
10. Gaslight--no danger from lam Es.
11. "Wmlrdy Class in Etiquette and Pro
School year heenti,September 10,1873
Boarding, Tuition, Foci. Gas and fur.
Dished room for school year SZ)O tr4it-sw 250-