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A rich veia»of maibie bis been struck in Boyer
tovvn, Barks county.
—Pottsville is complaining of the inadequacy of
her public school houses.
—The salary of the Chief Burgess of Pottsiown
has remained the same ever since the incorpora
tion of the borough in ISSG. It is $O,OOO.
—The sixteenth annual fairof the Clarion county
Agricultural Society, will be held on the society's
crounds,at Clarion, on September 23, 24, 23, and
—The dwelling house of Amanda K. Hull, of
Wharton township, Fayette county, was entirely
consumed by fire on Sunday- night last. Nothing
saved except the bedclothes.
On Monday night last, James W. Walton, of
Slipperyrock township. Lawrence county, during
a fit -of temporary insanity, committed suicide.
The deceased was about thirty-five years of age,
and leaves a wife and three chi'dren.
i— At Everett, Bedford county, until last week,'
there had been but one fire during twenty years,
Oli Wednesday another disturbed the even tenor of
thb way. The foundry Jof Fred. Felton was de
stroyed, involving the loss of $7,000.
—The gas well near Fairvicw, Butler county
pays the company that owns it about three hun
dred dollars p er day. Pipes are laid to Fairvicw
Petfolia, Earns City and Argylc, and these towns
light their houses and heat their stoves with the
—A newly elected constable. In Lawrence conn
ty, arrested a man last week, and on arresting at
the jail, left his prisoner standing at the door
while he went to find the sheriff. He was much
surprised on returning that the chap had coolly
walked.off. And at last accounts he had not been
—A weak-minded inmate of the Northampton
county almshouse has fallen heir to several hun
dred thousands of dollars, by the death ot a wealthy
uncle. He does not comprehend his changed con
dition, however, and declines to be removed from
the room which ho has occupied for over twenty -
—A correspondent at Petersburg has furnished
the particulars of-the infanticide case which oc
curred-there recently. It would seem from the
evidence given before the coroner’s jury that .Mrs.
Wainright is the person guilty of the murder of
the infant found. It appears that she had been
married by « short time and that the child was not
the offspring”of her husband, and hence her reas
ons lor destroying it. . . 1
—Chas. S. Wood. Est}!, President of the Cambria
Iron Company, died last. Monday. tHis relations
with the Canfhria iron Company date liom May,
1855, when he was the leading member of the Arm
of Wood, Morrell & Co., and it was daring the
years intervening between 1855 and 18tW that this
company leased from the old Cambria Iron Com
pany their works. In-the beginning of 1802, alter
their reorganizing, the Cambria Iron Company
took possession of the works, and from that time
until.his death Mr. Wood has been President ol
—A correspondent of the Meadville Republican
writing from Venango, says : "A hellish attempt
at railroad slaughter was perpetrated here last
night. The switch was unlocked and a heavy
freight car run down the track to a high embank
ment, above French Creek, and there left to
wreck the night-express, train 2. It so happened
that an extra train came along and discovered two
t ars ca the track at the end of the spur, near the
depot, and on. sending a brakemaii down to flag
tram 2. he discovered the \>l her car standing on
the the track, and could hear the express coming
rjuad the carve, and by sharp running succeeded
in stopping the train in time to prevent another
‘ railroad hoi ror.”
—On Wednesday morning the Wnpwollow pow
der mills, near Shickshinuy village, exploded
With a territk force, setting tire to the dry and
chip house, which also exploded One man nam
ed Michae 1 Noes, a workman in the dry nousc,
was blown to atoms, and Thomas Fryfagie and
George Totten, teamsters, were fatally hurndd.
Thomas Schultz, a railroad laborer, who was at
work a short distance trom the mill, was also terri
bly burned. Three mules were blown to atoms
and two othcis were fatally burned. The wagon
to-which they were attached could hardly show a
vestige alter the explosion. The shock was fell
for miles around, and in the immediate vicinity
houses were shaken from their foundation. The
concern belonged to the Uupont Powder fom
J> HAVER COLLEGE
New Uuilding. School and "Reouatioa Rooms
now readv for the
FALL BESSJON. SKPT ft, 1572,
NORMAL DEPAUTM ENT
a permanent feature of the In-di' u: ion . Apparat
us for illustrating the Sciences. Send for new cat
alogue with cut of new building,
jane G-tf it. T. TAYLoIt, Pres.
Fin anti a l statement of boh
Total tax assessed lor the year eiidim: June
1-1 for School Tax ami Jan. Ist for Slate
ami Comity tax
Paid into the treasury
Remaining on books with rollect r, r $43 yt>
L. MAGINNI*.Town-hip Clerk.
A. TAYLOR. Collector.' innii-3t.
» P'PVtpD everywhere, “o '••11 onr now ami novel
XlUllD i U Embroidenin - Machines mmk! lo’-llius-
W |l'Urh'Jl'ntnitofl C rcninr. to the MoKo.: Mam
t! Hfl litUfaCtunhig Company, 3'JO. Broadway,
rpiuc PARLOR COMPANION
Every I-idy want- mi ’!
Every Man oueht in h ive one !!
Soul on receipt of Ton Cents. Address, L. F
IIYDE & CC.. Eli Seventh Avenue. New York.
B ON-TON FLIRTATION SIGN ALs. sent ,>n re
ceipt o! a.*> cts. Unique Printin" and Publish
ing House. &> Vesey Street, Now York.
THE NEW ELASTIC TRUSS. An lin wt art
flirtation. It retains the Rupture :it a;! times,
and under the hardest exercise- or severest strain.
It is worn with comfort.. nnri if kept 01? night and
day. effects n i«ermanent cur" in a f--w weeks.
Sold cheap, and sent hy Mail when requested, eir
culars free, when ordered hy letter sent to Tit"
Elastic Truss Co.. No. liS-'J Broadway . N. Y. City.
Nobody Uses Metal Sprint: Trusses; too painful:
they slip oIY too frequently.
on T»ni T fiDQ Ul> nh or iVi.oi’s advanced to
OU uUulmuU agents to commence business
with, nal I .an."- <■ m-tnissior aPou-d lor "’selling.
Address ,T S.. CONOVER, Coldwater. M;ch.
THE BECKWITH *-‘0 PORTABLE FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE. ON 3U DAYS TRIAL,
m»ny advantiure* over .all. S.atistaclion eaar.au-
Faed. or ,30 refunded. Sent coma e f --. with full
directions. Beckwith S wving ‘ Machine Co.. Sd2
Broadway. N. V.
P>OSTOX ONE PRICE CLOTHING
05 Sutifnf 'l'J Street, Pitfsburffl, Pa.
Tbelvst p'nre in the eitv to hi;v Clothing and
! .nnishing g tods, sign ol the I'r.e. myC ly
> EM- BV EVERYBODY..
V 7ELE BE A VER It A BIVAL
jjRADBURY PIANO FORTES.
ESTABLISHED IN 1854.
OVER 10,000 MANUFACTURED.
NO BETTER INSTRUMENT I - ET.
NATIONAL PIANO of the COUNTRY
Mrs. U. S. Grant uses in her family the Brad
bury and says; “Tam perfectly delighted with it."
Theodore Tilton says: “I have had the beauti
ful Piano eo long that now to ask me how I like it
is like asking tue how 1 like one. of my children.
In fact If you were to ask the children Pm afraid
they would say they liked it almost as well as they
like the. it speaks every day the year round and
never looses its voice. I wish its owner could do
half so well.'" ■* •
LETTER FROM &SHOP'SIMPSON
Philadelphia. April !7,1863.
T. G. Smith &, Co.— GentB~ Having used one ol
your Bradbury Pianos,.it Has given great satisfac
tion to my family and to many, visitors who have
heard its sweet tones at my bouse. It is a very
superior instrument, both in finish and power. 1
heartily wish yon success'as* successor to the late
IVnu B. Bradbury, in continuing the manufacture
ofblslustly celebrated Pianos. Yours truly,
- i Jtt. SIMPSON.
Chief Justice Salmon P, Chase. Washington D. C.,
Decides the Bradbury to be the National Piano
ol the country.
Vice Admiral D. D. Porter. Washington D. C.,
"The Bradbury is exquisitely and beautifully
proportioned. We are delighted with ours.”
Hon. Columbus Delano, Secretary of the Interior.
Washington, D. C.. calls the Bradbury the Piano
for the Interior.
P. M. General Cresswell and Mrs. Cresswell.—
"All our fridnds admire the delightful tones o
the Bradbury, used at onr receptions.”
Robert Bonner. New York Ledger—"At any time
wilt drop the lines of ‘Dexter,’ to listen to the
tones of the Bradbury.”
Grand Central Hotel, Now York—“ln preference
to all others, we selected the Bradbury Pianos
for onr parlors. Our guests pronounce them
St Nicholas Hotel, New York.—" Have always
used the Bradbury Pianos in onr parlors, and take
pleasure in recommending them.”
Hon. John Simpson. M. P.. Canada, says: “The
Bradbury can’t bo excelled. The best in the
M. Simpson, Bishop M. K. Churrh. Philadelphia.
"We know of no better Piano than the Brad
E: S. Janes. Bishop M. E. Church. N. Y.-“Wc
know of no better Piano than the Bradbury .”
Rev. Dr. John McClinton, Drew Theological Sem
inary—"My family and friends say the Bradbury
T. S. Arthur. Philadelphia—“We have nsed fof
years, and can recommend the Bradbury Piano.”
Philip Philips, New York, says, "1 have sung with
ana used the Bradbury Piano in my family for
W. G. Fischer. Professor of Music, Girard College.
Philadelphia. "I use as my uimily Piano, the
Bradbury, and can with confidence recommend
Rev. Daniel Curry. Editor Christian Advocate.: “1
purchased a Bradbury Piano, and it is a splendid
instrument in every respect.”
Theodore Tilton. Editor Independent: “If, you
were to ask my children, I am afraid they would
say they liked onr Btadbury almost # as well as
they like me.”
Dr. Daniel Wise. Editor Sunday School Advocate.
-I use the Bradbury Piano, and think, like his
music it cannot be excelled.”
Rev. Dr. Ferris, New York. ‘*Mr Bradbury has
stood louder in tune, and sounds better than
any Piano in my District.”
Rov. Dr. Fields. Editor of the Evangelist. “1 have
used a Bradbury lor years in my family, and
think there is none superior.”
Sands Street Church Brooklyn, fit. Luke’s M. E.
Churchf and a host of other churches use the
Bradbury Piano in their Lecture and School
Rooms, also the Conservatories and prominent
Hotels in the United States.
John Caughey, Beaver Pa., purchased from, me
three years ago a No. b Bradbury, and says:
"There is no better, or sweeter toned, or more
desirable Piano, according to my judgment and
experience, than my Piano. It has given entirs
satisfaction, and grows better as it bccomee
Wm. McCoy, of Beaver. Pa., in tne spring of 1871,
bought Irom me a No. 8 Bradbury, which has
proven to be a superior instrument in every re
Miss Mary McGaffick also owns and uses a Brad
W H O L K S A PRICES
From s'o to $lOO cheaper than elsewhere. Will
DIRECT FROM TBE MANUFACTORY.
WARRANTED FOR FtVE YEARS.
H K S a' C Xj a s s
BELOW PITTSBURGH PRICES.
PIANOS OF OTHER MANUFACTURERS
Cal! before purchasing and see
THE BRADBURY THE
READ THE FACTS.
I WILL SELL THE
NE W YORK
A PIANO FOR ft tec
Ordered at the lowest rates
AT THE \ i
S7IITH ClftTIS, Agent.
RADtCA O?FXC2, BEA7E3
THE RiSBICAB : FMDA;Y, JUNE 6,18T3.
J 2 000,000 ACRES,.
CHEAP FARMS! > ’
The cheapest land la the market for said ‘hy
THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
In the Great Platte Valley. *
3,000,000 ACRES IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA,
- * ~ ‘ . , * * % -
Now for sale in tracts of forty acre's and upwards
on five'and ten years’credit at six per cent. No
advance interest required. * ■
Mild and beautiful climate, fertile soil, and
abundance of good water. - i
The best market in the west! The great min
ins regions of Wyoming. Colorado, Utah and Ne
vada being supplied by the Farmers in the Platte
SOLDIERS ENTITLED TO A HOMESTEAD OP
v ' 160 ACRES. •
THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES.
Free homes for all. Millions of choice govern*
ment land open for entry under the Homestead
Law. near this Great Railroad, with good markets
and all the conveniences of an old settled country.
Free Passes to purchasers of Railroad land.
Sectional maps, showing the land, also new edi
tion of Descriptive Pamphlet, with new maps,
mailed free everywhere. Address
O. P. DAVIS.
Land Commissioner U. P. R. K.,
WANT AN AGENT
In this place to canvass for>the new, valuable and
fast selling book by Dr. JOHN COWAN, '
THE SCIENCE OF A NEW LIFE.
Recommended and endorsed by prominent minis
ters, physicians, religions and secular papers. No
other|book like it published. $4O per week guar
anteed. Address COWAN Sc CO„
139 Eight St., New York.-
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., N. Y.
6 6 Y° u ASK ! rLL TELL!”
TUE NEW DEPARTURE IN BOOKS.
Agents wanted. Exclusive territory given. The
book will sell itself. Father. Mother, Sister,
Brother, Minister, Merchant, Manufacturer, Min
er. Farmer, Mariner and Yourself all want It.
There is money in it. Send for Circular. CHEs-
TKRMAN & WEBSTER, 50 North sth St. Phlla
de iphla. Pa.
A necessary part of every person's education* in
this advanced age la the art of Telegraphing. Ap
ply to the undersigned for Smith's Manuel of Tel
egrrtphy, the best work published on this subject.
Price 30 cts. Also for every description of Tele
graphic Instruments and Battery; Nitro Chromic
Battery for Electroplating. 1. G. TILLOTSON &
CO., 8 Doy St.. New York.
HOW TIS DONE. THE SECRET
Mustache and whiskers 42 days. This Groat Se
cret and 100 others. Gamblers’ Tricks, Cardiolo
gy, nil in the original “Book of
Wonders.’’ Mailed for 25 rents. Address 1). C.
Cuttle, Carthage. Illinois.
No fee unless successful. No fee in advaftce. No
charge for preliminary search. Send for circulars.
CONNOLLY BROTHERS. 103 S. Fourth St.. Pull
adelphia. Pa., and 008 Ninth St.,\Vashington, D. C.
IJIA per day! Agents wanted 1 All
dpAV classes of working people, ol
either sex young or old. make money at work for
us in their spare moments, or nil the time, than at
anything else. Particulars free. Address G.
Stinson &Co., Portland. Maine.
Is tbe nearest approach to a specific ever discover
ed lor Dyspepsia, Neuralgia. Rheumatism. Goat.
Gravel, Diabetes. Kidney and Urinary Diseases
generally, it restores muscular power to Die Par
alytic. h cures Liver Complaint and Chronic
Diarrhoea. Piles. Constipation. Asthma, Catarrh
and Bronchitis. Diseases of the skin. General De-
Tiiliiyand Nervous Prostration from Mental and
Physical Excesses. It is the Greatest Antidote
ever discovered for Excessive Katins or Drinking.
It corrects the stomach, promotes Digestion, and
Relieves the Head almost immediately. No
household should bn without it. For sale by all
a history of the Springs, for njedicnl
reports of the power of the water over disease*,
for marvellous cures, ann tor testimonials from
distinguished men. send for pamphlet. WHIT
NEY BROS., General Agents. 217 South Front St..
Gettysburg Spring Co. *
For Trial at June Term, 1873.
J G Nye for use vs Jordan C Nye.
M M Jones vs John Grabbing.
P H Steven.-on vs Henry Cowan.
Hannah Cheney Wm E Cheney.
T W Anderson vs Heuiicl and Lenz.
MiMer. D'b-on & Trax vs Kooken & Brobeck.
Geoige Graham vs John Carvcy et al.
Magdalena Stahl vs James Porter.
Mary Murray’s exr's vs Joseph Sharpe.
Same vs J M Imbrie.
Commonwealth vs Jennett Headland.
John J MiNbeli vs J II Giliis,
C lark r.'seltou vs Joseph Morgan.
J Walter & Bro vs George I’oe.
David Musser vs s M Gordon.
New Brighton Water Co vs Charles Coale.
A.bert E Evans vs J K Harrah.
Peter W Keller v? Patterson Mitchell.
Bently d- Gerwig vs Charles Come.
Abelard Whlsler vs G L Kersley.
( ov. Nylde & Co vs Sylvester Hunter.
F W Wii.iajßs use vs George s Porter.
Charles Gnm vs Perry Brown.
Coy. Noble & Co vs K T Taylor.
Coy. Noble &. Co vs J E Crane.
Cov. Noble & t.’o va Noble, Angel & Co.
K H Alexander vs George 8 Porter.
my.'«3t JOHN CAUGHEY. Proth’y,
JJRUG STORE FOR SALE
*4 F.ir*t Chss Drug and Prescription Store
Very eligibly Vtaated in Allegheny City, doing a
pay ing business. is offered tortile on accomino.
datin'; terms. The owner v ishini; to retire from
active business, oi would prefer soiling an interest
to u person having good relerences. and who could
give it their whole attention. An opportunity ol
th s kind to get into a g<j«xl paying business .with
?ma 11 capita 1 , does not often occut. For tuTTher
p.irticuiars address B. F. UUL'LI I . care Ur. flays,
lb‘.» Washington Avenue, Allegheny City,
my 2-1 in. " r
ESTATE OF JAMES B. ANDREW'S. UECD.
Letters ol administration on the estate ol James
B. Andrews, deebi . late ofFndston. Beaver coun
ty. Pa., having been grunted to the undersigned,
all persons indebied to the s ltd estate are request
ed *o mike imumdore payment, and those bating
c minis against the same to present them pVoperiy
autheqi£ajted for settlement io
NANCY JANE ANDREWS. AdcPr..
aprls-<;t. Fallslou. Pa.
s:,o,ooo eau °■
W;!l he distributed to subscribers to the AMBlff-
CAN WORKING PEOPLE in 1573. It is the only
Woricinjrmaids Tariff Monthly; has l‘> large quarto
pages, with illustrations.
EVERY SUBSCRIBER GETS A PREMIUM.
Varying from i~> cents in value to ?50J in green
backs. Among the premiums are two of in
greenbacks; two of Sion, ten of SUKh oue hundred
of slu; five hundred of $2; five Parlor Organs.
$350 each.; ten Sewing Machines. stit) each; fifty
A merican Watches, s4i) each—besides many thous
ands of smaller premiums. Only $1.50 per year;
sent on trial throe months for -25 cents.
Scud for specimen to-
CAPRON & CO..
Bos 5, Pittsburgh, I%^'
J7NOCH .MORGANS SONS’
12:,s a;p::pi'Li 6
is a substitute for Soap for all household purposes
except washing clothes,'. ■ ,'
8 A F O If T p
for Cleaning yonrhouse Will save the labor of .one
cleaner. Give it 4 trial, ~
SAP PL IO
for windows Is better than whiting of water. No
removing curtains aad carpets.
8. A P O LIP
cleans paints and wood, in faqf the entire house,
better than soap. No slopping, faves labor.
for scouring knives is bettor and cleaner than
Bath Brick.. Will not scratch.
is better than soap and sand for polishing Tinware.
Brightens without scratchng
Polishes brass and copper utensils better than!
Acid of Oil and Rotten Stone. * '
lor washing dishes and glassware Is invaluable.
Cheaper than soap.
removes stains from marble mantles, tables and
statuary, from bard-finished walls, and from China
removes stains and grease from carpets and other
There is no one article known that
will do so many kinds of work and do
itaswellas Sapolio. Try it.
a new and wonderfully effective Toilet hav
ing no equal in this country or abroad.
as an article for the B„th, “reaches the foundation
of all dirt.” opens the pores and gives a healthy
action and brilliant tint to the skin.
c|eanses and beautifies the skin, instantly mmnv
ing any stain or blemish from both hands and face.
is without a r val in the world for curing or nre
venting roughness and chapping of either hand’s or
removes Tar. Pitch, Iron or Ink Stains, and
Grease; for workers in Machine Shops. Mines.
&c.. is invaluable. For making the skin white
and soft; and giving to it a bloom of beamy it is
unsurpassed by any Cosmetic known.
costs 10 to 15 cents par cake, and everybody should
have it. You will like It.
DON’T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
Boy it of your merchant if he has it or will pro
cure tt for you. If not then write for our pamoh
let. “All About Sapolio,” and it will be mailed
ENOCH MORGANS SONS,
20 PARK PLACE. NEW YORK.
BORO. OF ROCHESTER PA.
WILLIAM D. JOHNSON, ESQ., TREASURER.
To am’t rec’d from former Treasurer ? 55 (14
“ “ k - Wharf 300 on
kk “ *• “ Burgess for fines, Ac.. ■• 78 0!)
‘j k - k * Shows. &c (VS l;(!
k - k - k - “ Tax collect’r ( net amt) 2.757 71
■ k k - kk “ Sale of boro bonds 2.1*00 00
kk k> kk k - Lost tax (collected)... 50
kk kk kk “ Temporary loan t . 148 25
By warrants paid, viz:
For payment of lot and building and furn
ishing Lockup and Cbunci! Chamber...?2.4(K) 00
For old indebtedness 700 00
For streets, sewers and other purpose?.. IT
(.'ash in the Treasury 270 03
Bonds of the Borough arc now outstanding to
the amount of $2.»»00, running Irom one to foar
and a haifyoats.
The above statement is a true exhibit of the re
ceipts and expenditure? in the hoiov.gh of Roches
ter for the year ending Mavlsl. 3S7:J.
A. T. nil ALLEN BERGER. Auditor.
T. M. TAYLOR, Secretary.
Rochester. Pa.. May 24. 1873—30-31
Gifts to be paid in fnii. 7
THE THIRD GROD GIFT CONCERT
1 IN AID OF
THE PUBLIC LIISKABV OF KT,
Will be given in the great huh ol Library building
at Louisville, on Tuesday. J uly 8, 1873. at which
time Ten Thousand Gifts, amounting to a grand
total of s3oo.fit» : .) all ca?h. wili be distributed by lot
to ticket holders. No reduction in amount ol
gifts at this distribution, but each gift will be paid
Office of Fabmebs' and Dbovers" Bank, i
Louisville, Kv . App.il 7. WO. f
This is to cer i'y ihit ;h rie is rn the 1 Farmers'
!iml Drover*' Bank, to the credit of tin- Third
Grand Gift Concert for the bcivtit of the Public
Library of Kentucky. Five Hundred Tleuir-and
Dollars, wnich has been set apart by tire Managers
to pay the S’lts in full, and n ill be hold by; the
Bank’and paid out for this purpose, ana this pur
LIST OF GIFTS
One Grand Cush Gift
Or£‘ Grand Cash Gift
One Grand -Oil'll Gift
One Grand Cash Gift
One Grand Cash Gift .
One GSand Cash G:fr
24 C-iMi Gift a of each.. ..
50 Cusil Gifts Ot 3W “ ...
SO Gash Gift, of 401 '• ...
100 Cash Gifts of 800 " ...
lad Cash Gifts of 200 *•
51 it 1 rash Gifts of 100 “
0.-00 Cash Gifts of 10 “
Total. 10.000 Gifts, ail Cash
Only a lew tickets remain unsold, and they will
h. J Innii-hed to ihe d.'it ;.ppl'eants at tin; follow
lug pries?: Whole ticket?. *lO. halves. *r.; quar
ter,.. ?J.F.n ; K whole tickets- lor Vi tor
lid for *l.OOO and 57a for *.V,(W. For tickets and
fa .1 information apply to • •
THOS. E BRASILETTE.
Loni-vii’'.-, Kv.. or
THOS. 11. HAYS A CO..
W.» Broadway. N, Y.
ESTATE OF ANDREW COLE, DECEASED.
Letter# ofadmiuistration on the estate of Andrew
Colo, dec'd.. Icte ol Smnh Beaver tov-iiship htvir.g
been granted to the undersigned, all ;«'>ons In
debted to said estate are remo.-ted to make Im
mediate payment, and those navini claims against
the same to presen' them properly authenticated
A.-J. LA WHENCE. Adm T..
mytl-Ci Soath Beaver Towaship
OF THE 1
R. S. VEECH, Cast
WHITNEY & RAYMOND.
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
In tone, finish, workmanship and durability.
. The cases are of an entirely new and elegant de
‘slgn, paneled all round, richly carved'and orna
mented, highly varnished and polished, while
those with French Mottled Walhut Panels, are by
far the most - ’
ELEGANT AND ATTRACTIVE
Parlor Organ ever presented to thfc musical public.
The tone of the United Stated-Organ is pure,
smooth and pipe-like, while It has great volume
and power. The action is quick, easy and elastic,
making the instrument equally useful for sacred
or secular music. The Organs arc warranted for
And rated according to style. Styles from one up
Whoever wishes to purchase one of the above
Organs can do sobycalliug upon or writing^
■ . Radical Oflico, Beaver. Pa.
JOHN W. WILLIAMS. Barber and Hair Dresser.
Persons attended at their residence, if dcslr
"ed. Shop in the basement of Radical building,
Beaver, Pa mySO-ly
FOR ALL WHO ARE WILLING TO WORK,
Any person, old or young, of either sex. can
maKe from ?10 to §5O per week, at home day or
evening. Wanted by all. Suitable to either city
or country, and any season of the year. This is a
rare opportunity for those who are out of work,
and out of money, to make an independent living.
No capital being required. Our pamphlet, “HOW
TO MAKE A LIVING,” giving full instructions,
sent on receipt of 10 cents. Address. A. BURTON
& CO., Morrlsania. Westchester Co., N Y.
Q G. HAM M E R & SONS,
FINE AND MEDIUM FURNITURE.
Of Every Description and Price,
Handsome and Superior in and quality
than found in mo.st or any other Furniture House
this s*de ot the mountains.
Photographs and Price List* sent on application,
or when in the city don’t forget the place—sign ol
the Large Golden Chair,
Q A. SMA L L .
ATTOUNE Y A T LA VV ,
OFFICE IN THE COURT HOUSE. [deSO-ly
JAMES CAMERON. JOHN Y. MARKS.
Q A M-E. RO N & MARKS.
AT TOB JS T E YS AT LAW
Will attend promptly to all business entrusted to
their care, and have superior facilities for buying
and selling real estate. * decl3 ly
F. If. AONEW. J. M. BUCHANAN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
(NEAR THE FOST OFFICE,)
oct4 BEAVER C. H„ PA. *
MARSHALL SWARTZ WELDER .ISO. C. BARB.
gWARTZWELDER & BARR,
No. 6G GRANT STREET,
ATTORNEY AT LA \V,
No. 75 GRANT STREET,
(first floor.) PITTSBU HtJH.
Q. IL B E R T L. E BE R HA R
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will gave prompt attention to Collections, Pro
curing Bounties and Pensions, Buying and Selling
Rea! i£s*,ate. ere.
OFFICE ON BROADWAY,
Opposite R. E. Iloopes’ Banking House
NEW BRIGHTON, BEAVER CO., PA.
J H. M’CREERY,
ATTO HN E Y AT LA AV ,
''First door below the Court House.)
jyl'TO—ly BEAVEK. PA.
COhNRH NINTH & CHESTNUT STREETS
H. W. KANAGA,
decirtftilv . Proprietor.
J O H N E A K I N ,
ATTO UNK A' A T LA W,
MAIN T .. BEWER !i:Hir:<>,
JOSEPH LED LIE,
ATTO li N K Y A T L A W ,
* (OSflcc,. la the Radical Building.)
All business entrusted to bis care will receive
prompt attention. dtcTWily
JOHN B. YOUNG,
attorney at law,
B E A V E K PA.
Office and residence on Third st.east of the Court
Ail law business entrusted to my care shall re
ceive prompt attention. Alsp, persons having
Heal Jistate for saie, and those wishing to buy town
property, coal or farm lands, may save timw >uid
money by calling at my oii.ca. [aprtii* ly.
QENTKAL CLAIM AGENCY,
JAMES M. SELLERS,
144 SOUTH SIXTH STREET
Bounties, Pensions. Back Pay, Horse Claims,
State C minis, Ac., promptly collected. No charge
for information, nor when money is not collected*
ESTABLISHED IN 1333.
RE-ESTABLISHED IN 1860.
4(i, 43 and 50, Seventh Avenue.
AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
The Hunter Boy owned by D I o
Chester tp, will stand for mares th. !? 0 ' «f
son as follows; “ c nsa: n? s
At the stable of the owner tie** .
from April 2Sth. to May sth. from
19th. from the 26th to June U from r 3 h
the. Kith; then from the 23d to tin* *?n Jnn ® Sts
t THU HUNTER BOY Is better^'
John Moore horse of New Cai a».
draught horse Clydesdale, imponed H
land, weighs 1300 pounds, is f h ? ? &
bay. handsome, gracelnl stepper «»
In 2.5f1| with ease. TernisS !■ tols 3 r
season. Single service seyenAoliar* ” tor ’
- ; i_ .. 8p
A BEAUTIFUL $8 CHRoJo
U FREj] l !
TO ALL LOVE US O? ART AND liter. J
.Wc Will send the Beautiful
“The Unwelcome Visitor.” postal
premium to our monthly cai" i.. 1; *
k jj lE
contains 32 large pages besides th-> cn-o- ■
with the best and most interestin'' rea.ni,- 2‘ !,!
only ° reau ‘ 3 - P:.;.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAH 1
Send on your dollar, and get a d.VVmrs
and an eight dollar chromo in
and will liberally pay e tr:
Send for particulars. Allans
BUMBLE BEE, Albion, Hi,
Subscriptions received at The lUwr A[ offiu
where the Chromo can be seen.
The following appraisement* under the set o'
Assembly of the 14th of April. HU, Of proper:-.- at
lowed to be retained by the widow or children o!
a decedent to the value of #.300, have been filed :
the office of the Clerk of the Orphans' Court, and
confirmed Mini, viz:
Personal property to the amount of 5-yjoo:
tained by widow of Henry Scheibner, deceit
Andrew Carotlters. administrator.
Personal prooerty to the amount of us re .
tained by widow of William Toland, decease!
Samuel Gorsucb, administrator.
Personal property to the amount of §2wii;j re
tained by widow of James M,Smith, deceased, i
M. Smith and Janies Christy, executors.
Personal property to the amount of $3OO tclaial
by widow of John Eaton, deceased. Nancy fe;
and James Eaton, admr’s.
Personal property to the amount of r;
tained by widow of John K. Bucsloy, decei-;.
Jacob E. Sharer, administrator.
Personal property to the amount r>freiairel
by.widow of John Doherty, deceased. J. H. be
Personal property to the arnour.t o!
by widow of Robert Wiikisou, deceased. Rok.t
Patton and Wm Wiikisou. executors.
Personal property ho the amount os rviatl
by .widow of in graham Boyd, deceased. M. it?,
Notice is hereby given to heirs, legit
tributee# and all others interested to at Kit
the nest term of said Coiut. not late, ecu;
third day, it being the UHh day of June. >:.‘i
show.caiise, if any They liave. against tluficios
firmatlon oil ho above appraisements.
myld-3t JoJIN C. HART, tew (U.
J> EGISTER’S NOTICE
Notice is hereby "iven that the lol.ow.nc r
counts have been examined ami jiasstc b>
Keglstei of IVuver county and.will he iie-tctc
to the Judges of the Orphans’ four; on 'd oki ■
day, Jnii’i lltli, A. 1). !S7’i, for coniinr t:;i nu - ee
Final account of John Kriear. aiiiun.is’M'.c;
the estate ol Andrew Stratton. decca-ed*
Final account of John Fteshkorn. e\ in-”*"!'
estate of John Mink, deceased.
Final account ol Andrew b i“ -
executor of the estate ol Samuel Hate '0
Final account of John Sterling.
ElizalnMh K.. minor child of William Mvr a.i
Final account, of Margaret McMahan. a ;raa. :
tor of John McMahan, accent-ed. ,
Final account of Daniel Figie>. gn ed.it ir
tilrta Krb. deceased, minor child ot J. C.-D'-'
Account of David Scott, executor el the id 3
Dr. D. Elder, deceased
Partial account freal) of William Leaf,
ol fhe.es’ato oltVilliani L. Dickooo;. (lr(rs-<
Final account (Personal) of William Leai i W
tor ol'tin; estate of William L. Utckinsou. co-
Final account ot Sarah W. Bniiisi.-n. aora
trix of the estate of John W. Uninsct’-. d.
Final account (personal) of Wil'iam •
ecu for ol the estate of Jane Uowan. (ieceo'".<
Final account (real) of William Beatty,
of the e state of .lane Rowan, deceased.
Final account (real) of Vuiaria Tahindtp.
tratfrix of Pressly V, LViuilap. deceased.
Final account (personal) of Va Dtx
rainistratrix of Pressly F Dunlapi rtcaa- 't
Final account of J. C. Wilson, enanii.ir. I s '
McCracken. minor child ol John Met racki ;. 1
Final account of Samuel Mitcbe!' cvv;'
the estate ofSerapta W. Duslon.<!i‘ l cu.--ii.
Filial account of Koberl Cooper, i'l. r.j-
ObarJes, Abraham (». and (jeon:c ■ r 3' :; "-
dren of Abram Bruce, deceased.
Finn I account ofs. B. Wilson. Esc,.,
s.-ua Kusscll, minor child of Ha.pa W. --
P LOWERS AND PLANTS.
Fre*h blooming FLOWKK> mu! I’j.A
ceived daily. Onluis lorall kind? u
Tn-us promptly filled
Near the Dt'pi>'. 1U v
OTATE AND COUNTY TAX. '
The Comity Treasurer "ill :i': e;;■ ;;■ ■
Townships aud Boroughs between. a « *
m.. tor the purpose of receiving '' ;
Taxes lor tii■; year ISTJ, at ti p!a-.- '•
Uesiirnalert below, viz:
Fall-ton Itoru, ” M’l’illlo"-;"
N. Briffh’n .t t’ulnski ** V' I*
•jo - - !'•'
•Jl Ke luii'li a "
Patterson 1 p a. B Palls'
Uuorjri'toH n boro
Marion tp. " < o‘" r -'
franklin tp. "
North tinsckiy tp, " Nathoi “ ,
Economy tp. *’ .'it-. - *•'' 'v
New St-wii lily Ip :yn M.win 1 ’
liuiiwry tp. -lime :
S*oli 11. Uoji.Ci' A Ohio •• /• i"
Ohio tp, “ •'
Bis Btfavor A Uoino'tl " ’>• y
•• Now Oali>e
Dai t|> a buro '
boui h liiiavai’ tp
llayli.-i 'n a vbcona lp‘
11 mini!!’ a (irccuu tp
r'n nkiort boro,
I'.ifJcp. A Hopewell
' SSTTayments tan be made m - ■
Tuxes paid before Antm*! w
cent, oil; on and after Si ptein >'■:
wi!l be added. All licenses are n
Ist; Those not paid ai mat dim
with costs. v 1 P ,.i i
No «0 Market bt., Pittrbui.-
Table furnished with the be>r tl:e-n->-*
in Jts season. ~r !!i ii '
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