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j, h. CJlartoijr* of Raccoon township, has on
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of goods, consisting of dry good s, groceries, boots
and ahoeSjhardware, etc., which be will seii at the
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Another c&t load oi Chinese arrived
at Beaver Palls last Monday, who are to
be introduced, we understand, into the
shovel and other factories. In regard to
the experiment of Chinese, cheap-labpr
thus far, the Pittsburgh Ecminq Chronicle
“The experiment now being made at
the Beaver Falls Cdtiery Works of sub
stituting Chinese labor for the American
workmen formerly employed, does not
promise tobea success. The hostility at
first exhibited to by the people
of Beaver Palls is not abating by any
means, and while there seems to be a dis
position to discountenance any unlawful
measures, there is a determined and deep
rooted opposition to the scheme. How
far this conservative element may be able
to control matters, in the event of further
importations of cheap labor, cannot be
Stated; but those who arc anxious to avert
violence, hope that the C onpiny will be
convinced that they hive mtde a very
serious mistake in the milter. It is al
leged that even now they are experiencing
difficulty, because c >nsum -rs are averse to
encouraging the employment of Chinese
]abor v If this statement is c »rrcct, the
company will soon be cmpelled to ftc
knowledge that their experiment is a
‘•We copied from The Beavek Radical
oMastweckan item statins? that a com
mitlee of w »rkingmen from the cutlery
works had visited Eo momy with a view
of interviewing Mr. Lenz, who was re
ported to be opposed to the employment
of the Chines?. The gentleman was not
at home, and the committee was accord ing-
Jy v disappointed. A day or two since Mr.
Lenz went down to .Bnver Pads, and
interviewed the workmen. He stated
that the Economites, as a Society, were
not aware o! the project until the China
men bad arrived. He also states that he
was opposed to the imvement, and ex
pressed the opinion it w mid prove more
expensive than if the old workmen hod
been ret lined, ft is claim id. by persons
owning property at Beaver Fills, that the
value hash jen decreisjl fully one-half,
and-they contend that the experiment has j
entailed up m them m »ra dim ige than if
the works had been rein >ved away from
the town entirely.
“It would seem that the Chinamen are
not as tractable as the Company Jwould
desire, and every few weeks some new
trouble is fomented aAiong them. One
.Chinaman seems to have caused so much
trouble that it was found necessity. in
order to maintain harm my, to dischage
him and pay his way back to California.
It seems that “Too Sharp,” had learned j
to sppak the English-language with con-1
siderable fluency .and being of an inquiring |
turn of mind, had been, on a tour of inves j
ligation among the stores of the town j
with a view jf ascertaining whether the |
goods furnished by Ah Chuck’s agent;
were as cheap as they could be procured j
elsewhere. It is said that his luvestiga-i
lions revealed a condition of things de
cidedly unsatisfactory to him. For in
stance, he objected to paying five dollars
for a pair of three dollar shoes, or ten
dollars for a pound of opium, when t,he
samp could be purchased for seven or
eight dollars. He informed his fellow
Mongolians of his discoveries, and as he
refused do keep quiet, he was ir inaptly
discharged. After his discharge he re
mained about for several days, and his in
fluence see ned "to be more powerful for
evil than while in the employ of the com
pany. He re r u«ed to leave the place un
less his return passage to California was
paid, and finally, accompanied by a law
yer, he visited t ! »e office of the Justice of
the Peace with a view of enforcing that j
orovision in bis contract with Ah Chuck, i
-i- = ; —Number ol hogs slaughtered In Cincinnati
Anxious to get rid of a trim esoi ' faring the past wees, CLfiVi; total since November
mer, the Co iipany agreed to pay his way ; lgti 5^571..
back to California, and “Too Sharp’ de-j _xiie Lake x»nniy (Indiana) Infirmary was de
parted for the Pacific coast on,Friday last i gtroyed. by fire on Friday. Two Insane women
A few such characters among the import- perished in the flames. <
ed lab ircr-» would soon make the company -The owners of the steamship Eric, lately re
. 1 ..." if fhPV have not ported burned at sea, have received a confirmatory
stck .d ihe experiment, if they have not (^lchfrom thcPnrw!rof the vesBel ;
already reached tlisten , _Tj, e r j Democrats o r West Virginia are mat
stch.r-uu clothing stoa-'. He I* sol! , in? flarce -h*
iugontiiWd. «••• • •; -r: .A
i —An effort Istoelng msdein Philadelphia tofonn
a Soldiers' Colony, to toe Joeated on one of the ;
Pacific railroads. The membership at present
numbers one hundred. On Saturday evening Uet,
amu mooting of honorably discharged soldiers,
under the auspices of the Philadelphia Soldiers*
Colony via held at Concert MaHvat which Cot.
Forney pressed. Addresses ,were .delivered toy
the President, ex-Governo.-Pollock, 1(a). Calhoun,
and others, *ll expressing conMjnae Inthe object
of the organization. An association of ibis kind
should be an extensive one, andtherels no reason
why It stoonld notbeprosperoner ' '
—Another tremendous newspaper syndicate is
to be thrust npoh-the aalion’aqaiet political arena
ft ia toconaist of Marat Ualslead, ofthe Cincinnati
Commercial; Henry Wstersoa, Louisville Courier-
Journal; Horace White, Chicago 2Vi6wna; Sam
'Bowles, Spriagtteid Republican ; and White law
-Reid, N. Y> Tribune ; to megt in New York soon
to discuss the political ‘‘Probabilltes 1 ’ from;hlBtori
—A. destructive fire at Darien, 6a., January S 5,
occurred in the Court House. Public records and
other property were burned.
—Steamer Nick King, bound to Pioridq, strnck
a snag and sank near Darien Friday night. The
passengers and crew were saved.
—A special from Raleigh, North Carolina, says:
A bill has traduced in the Legislature,
granting amnesty and pardon to all offenders under
the act punishing as a telony the going In dis
guise, under which the members of the. Ku-klnx
bad been apprehended. ' . :
—The tnneral of Lord Lytron'took place on Sat
onlay. Among the distinguished persons present
were Baron Selborn, Gladstone, dost Ice Cockhnrn,
Bight Hoo. Childers, Viscount Jtanfteld. Veron
Harconn, Hepwdrth Dixon and Miss 35. M. Brain
non. Doan Stanley read the faheral services.
—lt Is aadentood that during the recent inter*
view between the Postmaster General and Repre
sentative Farnsworth, Chairman of the Committee
on Postotßces an! Post R »ds, thi former intimat
ed that he would revoke his order requiring
double postage in esses where put ial postage on
ly bad been paid, provided he shall be sustained
by the Attorney General, whom be would consult
on the subject. If, however, the Postmaster Gen
eral shall not do so, the Committee will accom
plish the object by the passage of the bill hereto
fore agreed npou.
—Col. William J. Bolton, of the 13Ui Regiment
National Guard of Pennsylvania, has been 1 ap
pointed Major General qf the Second Division,
vice Major General John P. Hartranft, elected Gov -
ernor and Commander-In-Chief.
—The interest on the bonded debt of Harris
burg is $31,000.
—The average pay for school teachers in Leba
non, county is—Moles, $46,00; females, $'29,36.
The average attendance loeach school is thirty.
—Senator Sumner is still quite Teeble. It Is
doubtful if he will appear in bis seat in the Senate
aggln this session. His attending physician still
visits him twice daily, bis last call being at ten
p x„ when l>e injects morphine into the Senator's
armtoecable him to sleep.
—ln the House of Representatives, on Saturday,
on motion of Mr. Bingham, the bill providing for
the holding of a District Circuit Conti of the
United States at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., passed—yeas,
ninety-eight; nays, fifty. -
—The statu* of the newspapers of Blair conr
tyonthc “Local Option” question may be put
-down thns: the Radical and Register squarely
, against license ; the Tribune slightly against: the
Denncra ', Standard and Echo non-committal, the
Sun slightly for liquor.
—The Picayune, In an editorial on the political
"Tor relief we look to the plain, palpable, un
mistakable interests of the Radical party, and to
avoid an issue before the country on the Louisiana
outrages, to make Durell shoulder the harden of
his illegal iniquities, and thus to relieve General
Grant and the party of responsibility—to set- aside
the injunction and withdraw the United States
troops and allow the people of Louisiana to have
their own government and to manage their own
affairs under their own form of government.
The Picayune was long since pronounced an In
disputably Republican journal.
—Dowager Empress Amelia, of Brazil, died in
Lisbon last week, aged sixty-one, She was marri
ed to Emperor Peter 1. of Brazil, in 1829.
—Queen Victoria has subscribed eight hundred
dollars to the fund in aid of the survivors of the
Northfleet disaster. "? '
—The London papers say that from n postmor
tem examination in the case of Napoleon, that
while death was the result of the shock tram the
operation twice undergone, added to the sevefe
suffering which folio ved on each occasion, and all
acting upon a c institutional state already desper
ate, it was not due to any miscarriage of the oper
ation itself. The disease of the kidneys was pro
nounced to be of sa eh a nit are. and also so ad
vanced, that it would any case hive shortly ter
mined af itnl result. Death followed within twen
ty minutes from the time the Emperor was seized
with the fatal symptoms, he having been ancon
scions throughout, and. of course, also insensible
to pain, and spired from the pangs of death.
—A Washington dispatch says: Messrs. Mc-
Millan and Uiy, contestants for the Kellogg va
cancy seat in the Ualted (states Senate, w-fll act In
their own behalf and for their respective parties.
They will bo nsslstsu by outside counsel, bnt dur
ing the sessions of the Senate Committee on Priv
ileges ngd Elections these two only will bo al'owed
to make and examine witnesses.
Lynch and Longstreet representing the Kellogg
Returning Board, Mitchell and Southward, the
McEnery Returning Board, arrived from New Or
leans. The latter have brought with them three
large trunks full of documents, supposed to be
returns of the recent election called for by the
Committee. Governor Warmoth stated that he
had been in consultation with ninny of the leading
Senators and Representatives, and expresses his
belief that the Senate Committee on Elections
will report a measure givlng Louisiana foil relief.
—Several person* in Washington were surprised
on Saturday afternoon by receiving dispatches
from different cities saying reports were ip ex
istence that the President bad met with a terrible
accident. Thatn rumor so thoroughly unfounded
should, have had extensive circulation became a
theme. «l much comment in newspaper circles.
The President was to the beet of health Saturday
afternoon. Washington was more than usually de
void of excitement and the rumors which have
reached other loedities had little or no circulation
—Opponents of the repeal of the bankrupt law,
representing principally the Southern States, have
been active abo.nt the Capital for the past few days,
and expect to arrange a compromise, postponing
till January 1,1874, the date on which the repeal
shall take effect. -
■: To : OTUf,*:, " ; ;,:v,
'■ / ' pw jdgbtihledaie. :
Toltirtcn"wttliittent!oi» to ■' ~;;
What MUl«rlud to sa7. ~;
With loßy.high-toned eloquence.
The lecture was most grand,
Of language hadcommand.
To an Intellectually circumscribed
And shallow mind like mine, .
There arenoise thonghtsthatdid resalt • v : i
From the lineshe drew so lino;
That first creative power had planned.
With finny tribes, td Oil the deep,. *
From ocean’s depths to coral stnnd,
Where groveling insects creep. '
The whale, the sword-fish and the shark, ,
With hqmbertess tribes together.
And for a livelihood, qnotb nature, ~ r
Jnet let \bem eat each other.
Now there's the forest wc havetpide, ,
To decorate the hilly land, . 1
We’ll fill with havage beasts of prey, >
Was nature’snext command.
So animals of every,grade, : ••: 'j jj-V"
In dreary glen we find,; ", -v ■
And on the mountain tops tfaey dwell.
Of every name and kind.',.
With animals we’ll fill the’ forest,
And let them dwell together,
And for a llying they, also.
May kill and cat each other.'
To flit in air the fowls we’ll make.
Of every tint and hue.
And give them wings that they may fly
In the ethereal bine.
Some shall subsist on fruit and grain.
Some shall their kind devour;
We’jjrinakesome meeit and innocent.
And some with savage power; ;
Some, quadrupeds dud worms shall slay.
And some shall fishes eat: \
Tuns with these lining things ’twoaW seem
Creation was complete.,
But, mi l ’t’wont do, troth old dame nature,
Here's remnantslefl of every kind—
Economy. our grandest law,.
Some use for these must find.
So a spacious crndble was formed,
By nature’s magic hand, I
And Into this the scraps were placed
By her divine command.
Some scraps remained from boasts of prey—
The lion, the tiger, end the hear.
And many from the sheep and goose,
And some ftom fishes rare.
so parts aad particles from all.
Created things were placed,.
In this mighty crucible,
That nanght'shbnld go to waste.
And hy the bidden wand of Time,
According to old Nature’s plan.
This heterogeneous mess was mixed
For material to make "manJ
Again did nature’s volcli come forth;
••Now, hark ye to my plan—
In our own image let ns form
The superior being, man;
“And with those attributes divine,
Mercy, Faith, Hope and Love,
We’ll mingle human nature here.
That hei may dWell above,’?,.. J
Tims ftom this conglomeratgAoile, ;
Of animate creation? "
Mankind are daily seni ahnSwL, .’''
. Through every land and nation.
Some spouting like the monster whale.
Some roar like lions load,
Some like the eagle soar aloft*
And anchor in the cloud. (
Some prowl, like rats, round public cribs.
While others fleece the sheep,
Some, after glittering ruby gems.
Plunge in the bnny deep.
Some men, like curs, do growl and light;
Some, like the cat, with wiles,
Around their victim sport and play.
All masked in friendly smites.
Dandies, we see, ape foreign styles;
The Grecian bend will do.
To make ns think that Some folks trjr
To excel the kangaroo;
Some move majestically aronnd.
As does the graceful swan.
And some are harmless as the dove.
Some gentle as thefawn.
Many greedy men we find on earth.
Who represent the hog;
King Richard was born with teeth, they say.
To snarl and act the dog.
And filler adds, that Martin Van
Looked like an old gray fox.
With flashing eye and canning look
And well trimmea curly locks.
And with tenacious bull dog grip.
Grant holds his Ideas line,
And before he’ll yield one point of his.
He wilt fight It on that line.
That Henry Clay was like the eagle.
With lofty, soaring mind.
And 'tween man and lower animals
Resemblance thus wo find.
■ Andy Johnson, Miller said.
Reminds him of a donkey—
-1 trembled in my boots with feat
He'd make me out a monkey* y. o. e.
L. Stelnfeld Is Beilin? out al cost loqult bu
Go to Christy’s; he is a Clever fellow anii ,
give yon the best kind of a bargain.
O. L. EBERHA&r.
WORD WITH YOU!
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To Hire a House,
To Buy a^arm.
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QRPHANS’ COURT SALE.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans’ Court of
the corinty of Beaver, the undersigned Adminis
trator of the estate of DAVID NELSON, late ol
Greene township, iff said county, deceased, wlil
expose to sale ; by public vendue or outcry, on the
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, A. D. 1873,
at 10 o'clock, a. the following Real Estate of
said deceased: Consisting of a parcel or tract of
land in the TOWNSHIP OP GREENE aforesaid,
bounded north by the Georgetown and Pittsburgh
road, and.lands of Samuel Nelson: east by land pf
William Campbell: south by land of John Mb-
Canley’s heirs, and west by land of Isaac Raton—
containing FORTY ACHES, mote or less. Twenty
Acres of which are cleared, the balance well tim
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TERMS —One third of purchase money In hand
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ESTATE OP GEORGE NEELY, Dec’d.
Letters testamentary on the estate of George
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Beaver connty. Pa.. having been granted to the
undersigned, all persona having claims or demands
against said estate are requested to present the
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Baden, Beaver county. Pa.
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For circulars and terms address the publishers.
, J. B.UURR & HYDE.
Hartford, Ot., or Chicago, 111.
P HOTOG RA P H GALLERY
; NO. 70 FIFTH AVENUE,
■' Photograpfasot all Styles colored in Oil or Water
Colore. Particular attention paid to making Cop-;
lee of and enlarging old Dagnerreotypes ana other
Pictures;; I '. . ' , ifeblTti-ly
JAMES R. REED & CO.,
WATCHES. CLOCKS AMD JEWELRY,
NO. 63 FIFTH AVENUE,
FINE WATCHES CAREFULLY REPAIRED.
Nation*]. Bank of BbateuCounty, )
"New Brighton, Dec. 31, iwa. f
, The Board of Directors Of this Bank have this
day declared a dividend of FOUR PER CENT,
out of the profits of: the last six months, payable
•n demand, free of all tax.
Read by everybody,
THE BBAYBB BADICAZ?
I 500 Emrarap'
DWARD HOOPS, Cashier.
S / ?AM I LTD N
51 FIFTH AVBNCB, PITTSBUEGa. Pl
Tfie Cheapest and Best Some in thth
The largest and Beat Selected stock *
Pianos <E Or gaa *
sjri ■■ r . I l ' . ■ i
FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS GET EITHBE 4
DECKER & BARNES PIANO
HALLET,DAVIS & CO. PIANO
CRAMER & Cb. PIANO,
PARLOR GEM PIANO
OR ONE OF THE CELEBRATED
Taylor 4 Farley Celestes OrgM
Quid' Sales and Saudi Profits.
AS GOOD AN INSTRUMENT
As is la file market, at Prices that
Aad on terms to sail, the intwhascr,
Instruments rented and rent iUk>w*d logo tol
the j*ur chase. '
For Catalogue and full particular- ra’i oner
dress the Manufacturer's General Agent#.
S. Hamilton & Co
£ O C HESiTER
FIRE INSURANCE COMPAQ
Incorporated by the I legislature o; Pena»i
nia. February, 1873. Office one door «i*t of- 1
ester Saving# Bank. Rochester. Bea**i- o*
People of Beaver county can now have l
property insured against lo## or damage by fn
fair rates, in ii safe and
RELIABLE HOME COMPANY,
there*'} - avoiding: the expense, trnnbe and*
incident to the adjustment of losses by coaw
located at a distance.
" EOAUD OP directors:
J. V. ‘McDonald:! George C
Samuel B. Wilson. Lewi# Schneider.
William Kennedy, John Grsebine.
Marshall M ! Dona Id P». B. Edgar.
M. Camp,Jr.. C. B. Hurst.
David Lowrv, Daniel Brenner.
* 1 GEO. C. SPEYEBER.P*
J, V: M’DONALP. iT
H. J, Speyereb. Treas
£, Kklber, Sec'y.
P ARM FO R SALE
A good farm, situated* in Briirht<.s;
Beaver county. Pa. about six inilea loan .
adjoining lands of Jacob Coon. ,T .°p 3 . a-b
George Dawson, containimr O>E ,
AND SIX ACHES, eighty acres cl-ued aa
good state of cultivation, the balansc "«-•»-
ed: said farm heilonsin§ to tKo lieu# «
Givan, deceased. The Improve men: - onju
isesarea good ;two story frame dweMD-,,
18X42 teet. combining «sven room# mn e ;:
barn and stable. wagon sbed. grauery “
necessary outbuildings; two never Hy™-.
Of excellent water in the yard. the « h<ne »■
.watered and well adapted to pdher taiin
poses or stock raising. Fruit tkes-s ol ai-Jf
the premises. For further particulars
KoOerf Givan. Ou the premises- oi the J
ed. at his residence in Brighton towii'twp
county. Pa. J CHAKI.tM-l'
. novid-tf. 1 tx '
No. 59 FOURTH AVENI'S
BILLS DISCOUNTED—BONDS AND C u
BOUGHT AND SOLD
INTEREST PAID ON DEPO?
THOMPSON BELL, B«'
Dibectobs— Joseph Dilwortli, J. J- G M‘
>l. Marshal). Joseph Albree. w
'J'HOS. KENNEDY & CO
SCCCESSOBS TO WM. BI'ECHM*
duugs, mbdicines and chkmh
FANCY & TOILET ART!
BRADFORD & CO
; i i
OR THJS BBAITIfTL WU’SO
Wo guarantee to so!'.
51 A VENT E,
OKGES. INRUSHES AND PKBFC 1
PAINTS, OILS AND DTI
riptlons • t . i