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a&eSTB _C. W. Taylor, Beaver Falls; Evan
Pa?b . Vew Brighton; J. fannenbrinU, .Rochester.
XO ADVEKTISEKS.-Tlie Beaver
Radical la the most extensively circu
it! Weekly Newspaper in Western
peuo»J’l' van *®*
Cleveland ds Pittsburgh Railroad.
Gotrt g Mail, 7,46 a. m; Accommodatior
5 40 p. m.
fair.g East*- Accommodation, 9,16 a. m; Mail.
37 p. m; Express, 7,07 p. m- . #
arrival and Departure of Mails.
Western aall leaves at 6.45 a.m.; amves at 3 p.m.
Ete-xn mail leases at 2p. m.; arrives at Ba. m.
My wife April fooled me; did yours?
New Good* at J. Kennedy <fc Co.** apr4-4w
Th# bill reducing taxes is in the hands
■oi ibe Governor for signature.
Indies’ Fansy Slippers at J. Kennedy & Co.’a
State Senate refuses to increase
Ibe salary of members of the Legislature.
GentJen* en ’ 8 Oxford Ties at J. Kennedy &
Frank Gray, the cutter with R. Stetnfgld.
Select School.— Mr. E. D. Campbell
has secured a sufficient number of scholars
t<f induce him to open a select school in
Georgetown. The term will begin on
!Uoautaln» of clothing at R. Steinfeld's, New
The ‘r.est stylo of Boots and Shoes at J. Kcn
„voj* Co.’s aprt-4w
Johnson Calhoun , of Green town
<.b:p, having disposed of his only remain
me farm, has nnved bick to Beaver to
rr-ipv tne property that he purchased
f r , m Mr. Veder a few years since.
All suits warranted to fit atR. Steinfeld's.
Vail ut the new brick front, corner of Broad
way ate Lock Streets, New Brighton.
It is impossible for us to publish long
obituary notices, or resolutions of re
spect to the dead, at the expense of other
important matter, unless as advertise
ments, to be paid for at our regular rates.
Tne announcement of deaths are free,
acc we publish them as a matter of news.
R. steinfeld has returned from the east,
wfccre he purchased a fine stock of clothing and
(Tunis' Furnishing Goods, which he is offering
loihe trade cheaper than they can be got for at
.et other place. Corner of .Broadway and Lock
streets. New Brighton.
It is estimated that the cost of the
Briceland trial to the county of Washing
iod, Pa., will reach about $3,000. The
r>st of the twelve*jurors in the case, to
tter with the two tipstaves having
item in charge, alone amounts to $1,012,
01, Mid $9OO have been paid to witnesses
hr the Common weal th.
Try the Improved Economical Plow, You can
retit for nothing at M. L. Armstrong's. Barsha-
Two entire new two Horse Wagon*, for sale
at Speyerer & Son’s. feb2l-tl.
Mr, Joseph Andersen, who has
been foreman of The Rjvdicat. office for a
camber of years, has removed to Pitts
burgh. Our relations have been pleasant'
and we part company with our friend
with regret, but hope joy, peace and pros
perity will follow him wherever he goes.
Mr S. N. Dinsmore, of Beaver, takes his
John Kennedy Sc Co» are now receiving
ooe of the largest' and most complete stock of
spring goods ever brought to this market. A fall
lice of Men’s, Boys’. Youths’, Women’s Misses’
and Children’s Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Oxford
Ties, Gaiters and Slippers. Goods sold at lowest
ash prices! an examination of stock solicited.
Mr. M. M. Marshall, formerly of
Smith's Ferry, has been elected President
and Mr. John Morton, of Glasgow, Super
intendent of the Salineville Lumber Com
pany, recently organized. This Compa
ny's works will be located at Salineville,
acd onr Iriend Morton is already getting
•be necessary machinery for a plaining
E!l! and the manufacture of sash and door
Barnes jfnd other building material. We
*ish him success in his new enterprise.
Notice Extraordinary.—All orders, for
Photographs mast hereafter be paid for, (at least
1c pant when tne order is given. Orders not so
complied with will receive no attention. H Noss,
The inqusiUon held on the 17th ult ,
a * franklin, upon the body of Thomas P.
Ardersnn, late cashier of Judge Lamber
l’Ds bank, of that place, resulted in re
'irninp a verdict of insanity. The inves
tigation was thorough, and the evidence
beyond a doubt that Mr. Ander
90c was deranged when he commit.tted
B? lidestruction, and that.be violated no
trast reposed in him until reason was de
-.J ri tbe Im P rove d Economical Plow. Yon can
v n U l or 1101,1 ing at M. L. Armstrong’s, Harsha-
: ‘ ePa febSMf
fov. Wm. F. Johnson, Missionary
P f e»ch in the First Presby*
RIT urcll > of Bridgewater, on next
*; ltll > April 6th, at U o'clock, a. m
Ht '* r . e inv ited to attend. Ladies inter*
_ e in woman’s work for woman are es*
™!y invited to attend.
' r Johnson will give a lecture in the
h-;mp _ l
p-aee on Monday evening. _at * 7
, ar ‘ ock -. 00 “Hindoo Oddities.” The lec
»'>riu" instructive,' amusing and
25-t liberal patronage. Admission,
c l5 cts. Proceeeds for the
of Sabbath school. •
Co to call ct J. Eemfefly
’ - r «t, Beaver Pails. cprl-lw
I How Advertising Pays.— The
Richmond State Journal, R. W,. Wright,
editor, tells how Edward Malley built up
one of the largest dry goods trades in
New England. It says: “About eigh
teen years ago Mr. Malley appeared in
New Haver, and opened a small ‘seven
by nine’ dry goods store on the principal
business street of that city. At that time
the heaviest merchants on the-street
scarcely advertised in the local newspa
pers to the extent of more than two
squares each, and then in standing adver
tisements for the season. Mr. Malley,
with a degree of sagacity that no one else
had ever dared evince, struck out boldly
in the advertising line, engaging a col
umn in each of the three loC&l dailies,
with the privilege of changing the same
every week, and making his advertise
ments the most readable part of the news
papers. For this -he paid each of the
newspapers at the rate of $l,OOO a- year.
The old fogy merchants stood aghast at
bis hardihood, and everybody predicted
that he would ‘go up’ in less than thirty
days ; and he did go up in less than that
ime—to the verly height of»the mercan
tile ladder, His store in a few months
expanded from a ‘seven by nine’ r >om
into the occupancy of the whole building
in which it was situated, and in less than
a year he was doing the largest business
-of any merchant in the city. He kept up
his ‘reckless advertising,’ as it was called
and to day he ha? a store, built by him
self, 360 feet deep, 70 feet wide and two
floors —the largest and most successful
merchantile house in all Now England,
outside ot Boston. He now pays the local
journals not less than $5,000 a year for
advertising, and yet he frankly confesses
that he has made all his money out of the
R. Steinfeld; New Brighton, is /selling cloth
ing cheaper than any other person, and it will be
r or the advantage of those wishing snch articles
to call and see him before purchasing elsewhere
and ascertain at what low prices he is disposing
of a fine selection of goods. He is sure to please
The "Daily Graphic ,9 has been
rendered a practical enterprise by certain
new prcctsses by which wood engraving
is entirely dispensed w e ilh, and the artist
is thus permitted to ileal directly with
the public and engrave bis own work
These new processes, in connection with
photography, have mide' it passible to
print pictures of events as rabidly as the
occurrence can be in type- Of
course the possibilities of the invention
areenorraousj.it is .susceptible of appli
cation to an immense variety of purposes
in regard to the publications of the day.
It is no wonder that the public, who have
been awaiting the issue of T'he Daily
Graphic with great curiosity and interest,
have welcomed with hearty unanimity
the handsome daily paper which literally
“sketches” all public events.
Important to the Public I—T. Waggoner,
Ksq., late of Sewickly, having secured the store
honee and fixtures, situate ‘in Vanport, recently
occupied by J. M. Cornelius & Co., Is now pre
pared to receive all kinds of country produce, at
market prices, ip exchange for drygoods, groce
ries, £c. Having refitted and famished said store,
and being constantly in receipt of newgoods, con
sisting of a fall line of Dry Goods,*'Groceries,
Qneensware, Hardware, Notions, ’ Boots and
Shoes, he respectfully Invites the public to call
ann examine hie stock and secure a bargaln Lo- _
cation Railroad stceet and WireJferry landing.
Pome one, come all. apr4-4w
jßesolutions of respect, adopted by
Amaranth Lodge, No. 894,1. O. G. T. of
Whereas, God, the Almighty, Governor and
Ruler of all thing*,' has seen fit to remove from
our midst our beloved brother, Dwight, Coe,
therefore, be it
Resolved. That in the death of onr beloved
brother we have sustained a lose which we deep
ly feel: one who had here an irreproachable
character, and whose genuine temperance pripci
plas and Christian graces won for him tha respect
and esteem of all who knew him, and rendered
his example worthy of imitation.
Resolved,, That while we tender onr heartfelt
sympathy to the parents and friends of onr de
parted brother, ’We cafi also rejoice with them
that he has gone to dwell forever with bis Father
Resolved, That onr charter be draped in mourn
ing, and that onr members wear the usual bodge
of mourning for thirty days.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be
sent to the parents of onr deceased brother, and
to the county papers, with request that they be
The best place to invest your money is at R.
Steinfeld’s New Brighton, for he sells clothing
twenty per cent lower than any other merchant
ontside of .Pittsburgh.
At a regular meeting of Amaranth
Lodge, No. 294,1. t>. *G. T., held March
26tb, 1873, the fallowing resolutions were
"Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God. in his
Inscrutable providence, to remove from among ns
onr lamented brother, Thomas P. Reed, therefore,
Resolved , That In litm the lodge has -lost awor
thy and consistent member, possessing : the confi
dence and commanding the esteem of all those as
sociated with him in the cause of temperance.'
Resolved* That whilst we . deeply deplore his
loss, we yet recognize the hand of God in this oar
Resulted, That we tender our expression of
deep condolence to the bereaved family, and .that
we wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty
days, and that wa drapeour Charter for the same
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be
sent to the family of deceased, and also published
in the county papers. . : -
We. the following painters, have used Beyxnsr,
Bauman & Co.V Pure White Lead, and find it a
No 1 Lead, and would recommend it to any one
w ifhing good work done.
J. G. KKLLET?,' .; . , W. R, GRUBB,
E. PHISTBH, WM. DYBERT;
R. N. TAYLOR,’ ALF. HESLEP,
THO c . McGODQH.
O. H. Breckenridqe, )
P- Brakwell, V Com.
Cbas. Harlan. )
. T. J. Chandler, )
U. Watson. VCom.
W. H. BftKCItBNBIOQE I
THE RADICAL: FRIDAY, APRIL 4,1873.
>. TheXew J£oilroad.—There Will be
a meeting at Cleveland.
inst., of the Directors of the Ohio m 3
Baltimore- ahd tbeAtlantic and Grq&t
Western Railroads, to determine, upon
the route" by whlchthe Atlantic aad
Great Western Company will
make connection with the C mnellsville
Rond at Pittsburgh, ; , , , ‘
. A railroad agent, in the interest pt the
above company, passed over the Mon
tours Valley and Georgetown route la|t
week, with a view of reporting on tht
practicability of the route, and the natu
ral resources of the country. The ageht
will make a favorable report, and express
ed his opinion, that all things considered*
the “ riufe is* the best . of all
the contemplated routes, and the oh&
likely to be Selected. The Atlantic and
Great Western hiye applied to the Legis
lature for a charter for the above route,
hut will not press the nutter,.as they in
tend to build under the free railroad law,
and to complete the work in eighteen
months from the time of beginning thq
same. The evidence is accumulating that
some company intends to build a road
through from Georgetown to Pittsburgh
and we should be glad to learn more
about it, and communicate the informa
tion to our readers.
Whoever Is in. need of a line soil of clothes,
hehadbetter call at once at R. Steinfeld's, corner
of Broadway and Lock Streets, Sew Brighton.
Itev. W . IT. IjOChe, who has been
located at Alliance, was in town this
week preparing lor his departure. Mr.
Locke is a kind hearted pastor, a ready
writer and fluent’-speaker, and we regret
very much the necessity which snaps as
sunder the pleasant and useful relations
that existed between him and bis people,
not only, but the whole community. We
have no doubt that he is transferred to
an enviting field, where he can utilize his
fine culture* to great advantage in not
only presenting truth in an attractive
form, but in moulding the minds and
forming the character of young men and
women who will wait on his ministry.
May prosperity go with him.
Kn parting with my friends in Beaver and vicin
ity, Iheartlly recommend to their friendship and
patronage, my friend Dr. J. M. Miller, as a cb ris
tian eentleman, and a skillful physician. He is a
graduate of Jefferson Medical College, Philadel
phia, Pa., "find has been practicing medicine six
. Bis office is the one formerly occupied by Dre.
McKinney and Lawrence; add his residence is
that just, vac,ted by myself.
The Pittsburgh Commercial says
There appears to be a general misappre
hension throughout the country with re
gard to the postal laws passed at the last
session of Congress. Postofflce authori
ties almost everywhere complain of an
abundance of drop letters bearing a one
cent postage stamp, whereas the rate still
remains at two. The bill reducing letter
postage to two cents, and providing for
the prepayment of postage on all mail
matter, passed the House, but failed in the
Senate. There was. however, an amend
ment to the Postofflce Appropriation bill
which repeals ail existing acts with re
gard to all free matter. This of course
includes exchanges between newspapers
and free postage on papers circulating in
counties where they are published.
ThiVlaw takes effect on the Ist ol July.
wanted— A good girl for general house work,
or anurseglti. Good wages and permanent place.
Apply, to J..WIUUNBOK, Beaver. marSSrSt
The Wasb ingtnn Review and Examiner
says: J. D Boyle; Esq., so well known
to our entire conxmnoHy as a pleasant
gentlemap and business man,
left this place, together with his family,
for his new home at Mt. Pleasant, West
moreland county, on Monday last. We
regret very much to lose such a citizen,
but nevertheless he carries with him the
Warmest wishes of our entire community
for his future success.
JjTbe church at Burgettstown, Presbytery
ol Washington, Rev. T. Fredericks,
pastor; received at Us last communion an
accession of twenty persons on profession
of their faith. Others are enquiring and
there is a solemn state of feeling.
A Presbyterian Sabbath School Con
vention will, be held- at Burgettstown,
under the auspices of Washington Presby
tery, April 21, 1872, at iy 2 o’clock P. M.
Fire in Sharon^— Quite an exten
sive fire occurred m Sharon on Saturday
tporning, the 22d alt., destroying the car
riage works of Tribhy & Weaver, the
dwelling and stable of Joseph Hunter,
and several others build jpgs. The fire
broke out about four o’clock in the morn
ing, in the stable of Mr. Hunter, and
spread with great rapidity, and at one
time threatened the business part of the
town. The total loss is estimated at $13,-
500 ; insured' for $B,OOO. Tribhy &•
Weaver are the principal losers, tbelt loss
being put at $13,500. They will rebuild
at once. *■ j
Ou Monday morning on the Ob in op*
posite Beaver, an unknown deck hand
employedripa tow; boht going up the
rivCr, was for some reason in a skiff in
front of the tow,' and in endeavoring io
clear the track the edge of one of the
barges struck the skiff and threw him into
the Water. He floated round the barges
and, though the wind was high and the
waves furious, he managed to keep up hut
could not swim shore. The low boat
got freed from hef barges and went in
pursuit^-and did not succeed in .’rescuing
the half drowned man until he had floated
as fardown as Vattpon-. - Hie oscApe'fwus
harrow. '■ - j. ‘•V“. ’ '-‘V:,"’ ;/•
The people meet In
Conventions here, Conventions there,
I AM here and thereConveutlons. •;*
EMhlie* and nations rose and tell.
While king* their scepters wield,
Death and destruction stalk abroad
o*er manyauattle field. *
; j ßatsoldoin then did men convene,
i J And cpanlel witheachother,-
- And adopt them altogether.
One sable Dido, o( Punic fame*
Called counselors in convention,
To enlarge her domain was her aim,
Her only known intention.
Do modern'paOpltftpkn the same
Whbn (hey.'ineet in
Convention! hero. Conventions there,
And here aiKfthere Conventions. %
Though Napoleon rode on battles storm,
MSd flre. famine and flood;
In sackcloth draped two th nds of Europe,
r Andhathedher soil in blood, .
Yet Sever didthe masses call -
To council 1 and devise,
, How he should make and manage plana
' To gain a certain prize.
But things have changed In years of late,
(Of course there's no prevention)
It any new fledged hobby starts
The.people call a Convention,
To investigate as a whole or parts
Convention- here, Convention there,
And here and there a Convention.
There are “woman’s rights” Conventions now ;
Conventions for base ball;
And to Investigate the rights of men
A Convention they will call.
At Philadelphia once the wise convened.
To declare our nation's birth.
But to monthly meet for such a cause
; Was never known on earth.
• No such times as now were never known .
•:., For holding of Conventions,
’l|n every land and every clime,
Mid nations wild contentions;
Thedally hews is all the time
The people call .
Conventions here. Conventions there.
And here and there Conventions.
J. S. McNutt
where you may the woid “ CcEvattici.”
liefirrihg up the people who >
To quiet long have boasted;
Discussing this, debating that.
Adopting means and measures.
Devising plans by which they think *V
J To increase their worldly pleasures.
! Long reports in papers published!
Oft meet our quiet gaze,
Denonncing'some, commeiidlcg others.
With fickle human praise.
And so we see it stated in those columns
' Appointments for
Conventions here. Conventions there.
And here and there Conventions.
1 am sick and tired of the word Convention,
Thus ringing In my ears;
Ton can talk to me onothersubjects
And of trouble have no fears;
W Ith this advice to you my friend
1 close my little rhyme, .
Don’t talk Convention in my presence
At any future time.
Nay pull my hair, tramp on my toes,
Bat I pray yon dp not mention
The very current interrogation
‘ Are'you going to the Convention f”
Lei me alone, nor torment my mind
About the *
Conventions here. Conventions there.
And here and there Conventions.
Bridgewater, Pa., March 15, 1873.
$2O Retvard. —A rurat>r bps been
pat in circulation, to the injury of my
reputation and business, representing that
I have placed my signature to a paper or
petition expressing my approval of the
employmept of Chinese in the Beaver
Falls Cutlery, which rumor is utterly false
and untrue. I never signed any such
paper, but, on the contrary, believe such
labor to be a curse to our towns.
I will pay twenty dollars reward to any
one wbo will furnish me with the name of
the originator of the report referred to.
New Brighton, March 27,1873,
27te crystal wedding of Mr. and Mrs
T. W. Devore of Beaver, came off on
Tuesday evening, the 23tb, lost. A large
number of friends assembled at their resi
dence,, to congratulate them on the happy
event, and many presents of the crystal
kind were gi ven to the bride of fifteen
years who looked almost as well as a bride
fresh from tbe. by menial altar. Our boys
would not care if weddings of this- kind
were more frequent, since they are fond
of such favors as they received from Mr
and Mrs. Devore.
List of Letters, unclaimed, in Beaver
Post Oflace April Ist, 1873 : *
Beit AWfilsb, George W. Curt is, Mrs.
George W. Curtis, Mrs. Julia A. Crandall*
Mr. EllihUe Eckier, Mr. Robert Edwards,
Mr. Edgar, (Pre&’t of Temperance Con.)
H. E; Green, E-q. I ,* Miss Marge It Gould,
Mr. Yeosnn Holly, Mr. Clages Jackson, 2,
Michael Main, Mr. Peter Maralta, Mr. T.
J. McGowan. Mre; Adaline Trig. ‘ ~
M. A, McGaPfick.P. M. 4
i- Earir Boae Pstaw feeod.-& r C.- & 8.- R.
Fattersonhave for sale cheap at tbo»3store, on
Tank Street, 3eav|f Falls, ope hundred bnshels
of choice Eoriy ’Rose Poiatoee for seed. if
*'f iV;'VI ft 's Faith* HMical.
* contention*. --’iM- •
Searchhl story through :
Far back in Roman agee, \ I. , , '
Yon seldomflnd the word “Coiryention”.. .
Written op its pages. j ■
The Medea andPereiaqs flxed fli’elrlawg,
And forced them to the tetter; J
And Bffiypt, with her dazzling wealth.
• For changes was no better.
The ancient coaheil of one hundred
Met yearly in consultation.
To make, each laws as they might need
Engaged their whole attention; v
- in onr days of railroad speed
The temperance folks and rnmmy-ites
Each hold their own Conventions,
publish to the world at large
What may be their intentions.
Politicians, merchants and doctors too,
Play also at th is game,
And the clergy meet in mass we hear.
Their object is the same.
Scientific men convene by tithes ‘
'Bout some renowned invention ;
But 'twos never known till here of late
- Romany strange Conventions.
lh city, county, town and State
We have calls for
Conventions heie. Conventions there,
' And hero and there Conventions.
Terrible Accident*— One last Man
day morning, about - o’clock, wh3 e
the employees oh tbe Butler Branch, at
this place, were engaged ini shifting cars,
ft little boy, abont twelve years of age
the son of Mr. Wm. Friend, of Botler
township, jumped on an empty truck and
in some way fell on the track, the wheels
passing over bis thighs, crashing them in
a fearful manners He wasat once remov
ed to the “Pair Exchange,” kept by Mr.
George Fair. Dr S Graham was sum
moned, and, attended to the little sufferer.
It is thought he is in a critical condition.
When will people take warning, and
keep their children at home, or at least,
away from the, depot I—SuUer Eagle.
Soldiers’ Union. —At a recent meet
ing of the committee appointed to make
preparation for-organizing a permanent
Soldiers’ Union, to perpetuate the pleas
ant memories «>f the camp, the Reid and
the bivouac, the following resolution was
Resclvtd, That a banquet, be given In New
Brighton on the nniversary of Lee’s surrender,
April 9th, and that all honorably discharged
soldiers and sailors in the county be invited to
attend; and that all who propose ro participate,
be requested to give Immediate notice of their in*
tentlon to the secretary either In person or by
letter. V David Critchlow. Chairman.
G. L. Ebzbbart, Secretary.
8. & J. Snellenburg, New Brigh
ton, keep up with the newest styles, and
are determined to lead in the amount of
their sales ard quantity of their goods,
as well as the low prices at which they
It is a s&d thing to pass tbrongh life only jhaif
alive. Yet there are thousands whoso habitual
condition is one of languor and debility. They
complain of no specific desease, they softer no
positive pain; but they have no relish for any
thing which affords mental or sensuous pleasure
to their more robust and energetic fellow-beings.
In nine cases out of ten this state of lassitude
and- torpor arises from a morbid stomach. Indi
gestion destroys the energy of both mind and
body." When the waste of nature is not supplied
by a due and regular assimilation of the food,
every organ is starved, every function interrupted.
Now, what does common sense suggest under
these circumstances of depression? The system
needs rousing ana strengthening; not merely for
an boar or two, to sink afterwards into a more
pitiable condition than ever (as it assuredly would
do if an ordinary alcoholic'stimulant was resorted
to,) but radically and permanent ly.
How is this desirable object to be accomplished 5
The answer to this question, founded on the un
varying experience of a quarter of a century, is
easily given. Infuse new vigor into the digestive
organs by a coarse of Hostetler’s Stomach Bit
ters. Do not waste, time in administering tern"
porary remedies, but wake the system up by re
caperating the fountain head of physical
strength and energy, the great organ upon which
all the other organs depend for their nurture and
By the time a dozen doses of the great vegeta*
ble tonic and invjgorant have been taken, the
feeble frame of the dyspeptic will begin to feel its
benign influence. Appetite will be created, and
with appetite the capacity to digest what it craves.
Persevere until the enro ls complete—until health*
ifil Oioou; nx to oe me maiertai oi Been aau mat
cle, bone and nerve and brain, flows tbrongh the
channels of circulation, instead of the watery pab
n ium with which they have heretofore been im
perfectly nourished. apriM-lm
HAYS-HARRISON—March 11th, by Rev. M. L.
Wortman, Mr. James Y. Hays to Lucinda Har
rison, both of Industry. Beaver county. Pa.
HOBBRS—CHAMBERS—March 13th, by Rev. M.
L. Wortman, Mr. Stephen Rogers to Mfss
Oipha Chambers, both of Roger’s Perry, Beater
NEVILL—EAKIN—ApriI let. by Rev. M. L..
Wortman, Mr. Washington R, Nevill to Miss
Jennie R. Eakis, both of Beaver county. Pa.
Argus and Conservative please copy.
EWING—On Wednesday, March 26th, at hie resi
dence in Beaver county, Amos W. Ewing,'M.
IX, in the 56th year of his age.
HART.—In Pittsburgh, on the 80th of March 1873,
Mrs. Mary Hart, relict of the late Aaron Hart,
aged about 70 years.
FARROW.--March 30th, 1873, at the Beaver
County .Home, George Farrow of New Brighton,
in the 78d year of his age.
BENCE.—vOn Friday, March 78th, 1873, in Beaver,
Pa.. Eddie, son of Mr. Louis Bence, aged 3 years.
LOWARY—In Beover,J*a., on Monday evening *
March 31st, D. P. Lowary, acred 47 years.
Mr. Lowary has been a man of suffering, and af
flicted with disease for many ye irs. but though
his death was not apprehended from his late ill
ness until a day or two before be died, yet many
ofhis friends hive feared that he might betaken
at almost any time. His death is a severe blow to
the community in which he has lived for so long,
and especially to the church, by the members ol
which he was so dearly beloved. Forty-seven
years of age, with a cultured and well disciplined
mind, with a silvered tOngned eloquence and
wide reaching sympathies, he was just prepared
seemingly for doing iys b.-st service in the Mas
ter’s work; bat death, the great destroyer, has
broken the column before It was completed.
The funeral took place on Wednesday ; la the
Presbyterian Church at half past twelve, and the
remains were conveyed to Washington the same
day for buri»l. Dr. Hodge, of Allegheny Semina
ry, preached the funeral discourse, and a large
concourse of citizens were in attendance.]
NEW BRIGHTON GRAIN MARKET.
COBBECTES WEEKLY BY WADE WILSOY
White Wheat per bushel. . fl 70
Red do “ 1 «5
Rye “ “ 75
Oats “ 88
Corn (shelled) “ “ 50
Notice to bridge contrac
CoamissroNEßS* Omcr, Biaveb, )
: March 27,1878. f
Sealed'proposals, will be received at this office
hy the Board of County Commissioners of Beaver
county until SATURDAY, APRIL, 26lh* A. D.
1878. at 10 o'clock A. M., for the masonry of two
atone arch bridges of about SO leet arch eaeh. and
20feet roadway, one over Wallace's run. la Big
Beaver township, where the public road crosses
said run; and ouo over Dutchman's ran. in Pulaski
township, where the Brighton and Pittsburgh
grade road crosses said ran. Alsu for repairing tne
pier of the bridge over Connoquonessing creek,
known as the ••Cnnulngham bridge." Proprisals
will be mada by,fhe porch., actual measurement.
Specificationscan be Seen al this ofßce from and
after this date. The Commissioners reserve the
right to reject any bide. , \
By order of Commissioners. \
cpr4-3t V uOHN McGOWN, Cletki
. . • • *• . r ■ * •
Jj^OTICE.' y - -■ '
The co-partnership existing .between Seely*
Osborn, Rochester, .is this day dissolved by mutu
al consent. Either party vrili settle! the business
of the firm. ■ - H.W. SKKJLY.
apr4-2t J AS. OSBORN,
Notice Is hereby given'that the partnership late
ly existing between Elijah Webster! and Richard
Thomas, of Beaver Falls. Pa., has been dissolved
by mutual consent. Elijah Websterils authorized
to settle all debts and collect all clalou duo to and
by the company.
* „ _ RICHARDi THOMAS.
Beaver Falla, March 25,1873—apr4;1t
• * . ** 1 . “
Will be sold at the residence of WllllamPorter,
Esq., Rochester, Pa., on,' THURSDAY, APRIL
lOtb, 1873. the following described property, viz;
I fine young horse. 1 grtey mare. 1 fresb cow, i two
horse wagon and harness, 1 buck-wagon, Svett* of
buggy harness, 1 fine stock’cutter, ITwind mill. 1
plow, 8 corn plows, I harrow.a largo lotof Corn in
the oar, a lot of hay. oats in the sheaf a fevy-barrela
of cider and wine, 1 set of parlor furniture, 1 bed
room set, just new, » new mattresses. 1 Crystal
Palace cook-stove, a lot Of household and kitchen
furniture, a few thousand feet of wbrked pine
flooring, and over worked lumber, a lot of arch
grates and summer fronts. Sale to;commence at
10 o’clock. A reasonable credit will begiven.
Terms made known on day of sale. ! .
aprt-lt WILLIAM PORTER.
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“The Unwelcome Visitoi.” postage 1 prepaid, as a
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J£GGS FOR HATCHING— . 3
PROM PURE WHITE LEGHORN FOWLS
Bl5O per Dozen.
8. BKANER, Bridgewater, Beaver Co., Pa.
jQISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between Q. C. Speyerer, H. J.
Speyerer, W. J. Speyerer and J. V. Mcl>on«ad, un
oagh of Rochester, Beaver county, Pa., was dis
solved on the 14th day of March. 1873. by mutual
consent, John V. McDonald retiring trom the
tlrm. The business will he continued by G., C.
Speycrer, B. J. Speyerer, W. J, Speyerer, John
Grabbing, L. H. Oatman and Louis Schneider, un
der the name and. style of SPEYERER & CO,
who are authorized to close up the business of
the late firm of Speyerer & McDonald.
Q. C. SPEYERER,
H. J. SPEYERER,
W. J. SPEYERER,
J. v. McDonald.
March 15, 1878.—roar21-4 1
JJEPORT or THE CONDITION
O F T H E
National Bat of Bearer County,
NEW BRIGHTON, PA..
At the close oi business on the 20th of February
Loans and Discounts..; $190,704 28
Overdrafts . 343 49
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 120,000 00
U. S. Bonds and Securities on hand 15.000 00
Due from National Banks 5,601'03
One from State Banks and Bankers 1.41157
Banking House.... 14,874 54
Furniture and fixtures 2,97(5 (&
Current expenses 244 70
Checks and other cash items 550 08
Bills of other National Banks 0,309 00
Fractional Currency, 258 60
Coin. 6,510 00
Legal Tender Notes 27,194 89
Profit and Loss
National Bank circulation
Due to National Banks
Dae to State Banks and Bankers.
State of Pennsylvania, » I, Edward Hoops, (Jashier
Beaver County, f OB National Bank of
Beaver County, do solemnly affirm that the above
statement is true to the best of mv knowledge add
belief. . . f EDWARD HOOPS. Cashier.
Subscribed before me this Iflth day of March,
1873. Milton Townsend, N. P
G. 8. BARKER, 1
K. E. HOOPES, V Directors,
J. F. MINER, J
SEEDS! PLANTS! TREES!
! , ' PREPAID BY MAIL
My new priceddescrtptlve Catalogue of Choice
Flower and Garden Seeds. 25 wlrts of either for
ft; lipwaud choice varieties of'Fruit and Orna-
Shrubs, Roses, Grapes.
Lilies. Small Fruits. Home and Bttrder Plantsand
Bulbs; one year grafted Fruit Trees lor mailing-
Fruit Stalks pf all kinds; Hedge Plants. &c,; the
most complete assortment in the country, will be
sent gratis to any plain address, with P. O. box
XT ue <£pe Cod Cranberry for upland or lowland,
ffiperJWOrfl per 100; prepaid by mail. Trade
List to dealers. Seeds on commission. Agents
* . B. M. WATSON,
Old Colony Nurseries and Seed Warehouse. Ply*
month, Mass. Established 1542. , nmrt-Ct ’
fpHOS. KENNEDY & CO..
, SUCCESSORS TO WM. BUECHLING.
' . .' \ ' 1 , :
DUUGS. MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
FANCY & TOILET ARTICLES,
SPONGES, BRUSHES AND PERFUMERY,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYES.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours.
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. 49.688 93
. 7,478 64