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JPlenic*— There was a picnic of the M.
B. Chorcb of Georgetown on Thursday
of last-week, on the grounds prepared for
the Camp Meeting ih the valley of Mill
Greek, between Hookstown and George
town. The children had a fine time and
lots of fun, and the only thing to mar the
day was a shower in the afternoon that
cut short the sport.
A large black dog belonging, we un
derstand, to Dr. Bander*, was canght on
the cow-catcher of the Accommodation
train on Tuesday evening as it was com
ing in to Beaver. Understanding his
danger, seemingly, he succeeded in cling
ing to his position until turning round,
and gathering up be made a jump that
landed him beyond the engine. «
On Saturday the State commenced Jibe
payment of the interest on the State debt
at the Farmers and Mechanics* Bank,
Philadelphia, the financial agency of
the Commonwealth. The payment in
cludes the interest on the registered and
coupon 5 per cents, and all the several
series of 6 per cent, bonds of 1867.
J. R. Reed * Co., 68 stb Avenue, Pitts
burgh, Pa., have on hand a splendid assortment
of American, Swiss, and English watches.
Their stock of jewelry, diamonds, silver, and stiver
plated ware is very large and fine, and cannot be
excelled in the city. It will pay any one just *o
call and examine their great variety ol fancy goods
in elegant designs and of superior workmanship.
This firm repairs watches in the best manner and
promptly, if any of our readers wish to pnrcfaase
any jewelry we advise them to go to J. U. Reed
& Vo. and tell them that he or she saw their adver
tisement in The Beaver Radical and was indeed
thereby to call, and our word fpr it yon will gel a
good bargain. Try it
The Washington Reporter sate of the
Republican Assembly nominations for
Beaver, Washington and Butler; “While
we should have been glad to see two can
didates conceded to Washington county,
we cheerfully acquiesce in the action of
the Conference; and feel safe in promis
ing, on behalf of the Republicans of the
county, a hearty support to all the gen
The Pennsylvania State Teacher’s As
sociation wid hold its 20tb annual session
in the Opera House in Pittsburgh, on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 15 tb,
13th and Uth of August4B73. The pob
lished programme of the exercises includes
a good variety, and promises a rich treat
to the friends of education.
The Builer Citizen says: The bouse ol
Mr. Henry Dickey, in the northwest part
of town, was struck by lightning daring
the frequent storms of Monday Ust, the
fluid entering near a chimney, posing
down and through the bouse, doing some
injury thereto but to none of the persons
JgEAVEU COUNTY sa:
In the Orphans' Court of Beaver
.County. In the matter of the petition
’for partition of the real estate of
Smith McDaniel, late of North Se
wickly township, in said county, deceased.
And now to wit: Ju’y 23,1873. Rule on the heirs
and-legal representatives of Smith McDaniel, de
<sensjfed, viz: Eliza, intermarried with Archibald
Smith; Charlotte; intermarried with Daniel Malas
ky Smith McDaniel, all residing in North So
wickly township, Beaver county. Pa. Margaret,
intermarried with A. Y. Mcßride, residing in San
doval. Marion county. Illinois; John McDaniel,
residing in Newport, Kentucky, Also grand chil
dren, to wit: Children of Lidia McDaniel, dec'd.,
who was intermarried with Matthew Ramsey,
namely, Samuel S.. John M.. David M., Nancy K.,
intermarried with Timothy Dee. Mary intermarried
with. Liberty Mnnn, James. William. Lida A. and
Randolph Ramsey, (said Samuel Ramsey residing
in —State of ) and the remaintg eight
children in Beaver and Allegheny counties: the
live last named being minors, and having for their
guardian ad (Him John Goddard. Also children
of Nancy McDaniel, deceased, who was intermar
ried with Jacob Pierso), now deceased; Jacob Pk-r
-sol, Jr., residing in Beaver county. Pa.. Agnes
Piorsol. residing wi h Mrs. A. Y. Mcßride, at San
doval.iMarion county. Ills.. Rachel M. Piorsol and
SteilaPiersol, residing in West Virginia, the last
three named being minors, and having; for their
guardian ad litim John Goddard, aforesaid, and all
others iuieresU-.d to appear and show cause, if any
they have, why an inquest to make partition of
the real estate ot said decedent, should cot be
awarded atan Orphan’s Court, to be held at Bea
ver. in and lor said county of Beaver, on the first
Monday of September, next. 1573.
A true copy of rule. Attest:
JOHN C. HART. Clcik.
JCHAMBEBLIN WHITE, Sheriff.
Notice is hereby given that the followins ac
counts have boon examined and passed by the
Register pf B -aver county and will be presented
to the Judges of tne Orphans' Court on Wed es
d ty, September Jd, A. U. 1373, for confirmation
and allowance :
Final accmnt of Jackson Swearingen. guardian
of Rachel E. and Naucy Heed, minor children of
Samuel Rec 1, deceased.
Final a cornu of Chas. F. Kaefcher. ndministra
tor of Catharine F. Kaerrher, decea-eJ.
Final account oi Jane Jackman, execulrixof the
estate or John Jackman, deceased.
Final account of John C, Keed. guardian of the
o«tato o( Louisa McEltuucy, minor child of Geo.
.McCoy. , ,
Final (real and per«on il) account of John Mon
gol, executor ol George Mohr, deceased.
Final account of Martha McGeorgu, administra
trix of the estate of James Mc.George. deceased.
The nccohnts of.J. P. Martin, guardian of Ella
und Zediua Eakm, minor children of William Ea
kin. deceased. ,
Final account in J. C. Wilson, administrator
cumiesUimento a -nero of the estate oi William it.
Final account of J. Webster Wilson, executor ol
Eliza O. Barker, deceased.
Final account of Marmaduke Wilson, admit is-
Iratorol the estate of David McCicady, deceased.
Final account of Elizabeth and Jas. B. Fergu
son. exr’s of David Furtruson. deceased.
Flftai account ol J. P. Martin, administrator
turn testament o anhcxo ol George DU worth, de
ceased. D. SINGLETON.
FOR TRIAL AT SEPTEMBER TERM, A. D. 187 \
jJemnel Woodruff et al vsThos F Robinson et us
M H Jones vs John Gnehin ' Sheriff Beaver Co.
T W Anderson v* Jlo r nci & Lena Trustees.
;\v W DunUlc vs John Ora--»1 nir Srotnl.
/•Miller Dobson <& Tr«x vs Kooken & Brobeck.
Georg,-- Graham v> John carny.et al.
Magdalena Stahl Vi- James Porter.
Mary Murray’s eijecntors vs Joseph Sharp.
Sam; vs James M inibrle.
John W. t'ookc et al vs John Allsbousc.
Snail! vs Magdalena ShruK.
John J Mifchei! vs James H Gtlhs.
Clark Ussefton vs Joseph Morgan.
J W ilrer & Uro vs George Poe.
John McCowin vs A J Cooke.
L'aviJ r.nsser vg s M Gordon.
■a WiijVJcr siirviyingjiartner Jtc v-oG L Kensley.
Miller & This vs Tnonjas J Chandler et al.
G s Firmer <& Vo vs Timothy McCarty et us.
Charles Grim vs Perry Brown.
» K Anorews et ns for use vs Auburn Ci-al Co.
• ngS tc JUH:: CAfGIiEV. Hr-th y.
TV EM- HV EVERYBODY,
It *UE HEATER RADICAL
JJST OP APPRAISEMENTS.
The following appraisements under the act of
Assembly o! the 14ib of April, 1837, of property al
lowed to be retained by thelwldow or children qf
a decedent to the value of$?00, hare been filed In
the office of the of the Orphans' Court, and
confirmed Aisi: viz: ] I
Personal property to the amount of $ 3!>7 retain
ed by widow ol E. P. Kahn, deceased. M L.
Kuhn and J. U. Cunningham, adm’rs.
Personal property to the amount of $BOO re'aln
ed by widow of Cornelius Shane, deceased. James
Personal property to the amount o r $3OO retained
by widow of A. W. Ewing, deceased. Mary
Personal property to the amount of $2BO 73 re
tained by widow or J. D. Vaughn, deceased* An
drew McChesney, Kx'r. _
Personal property to the amount qf $3OO retained
by widow of Myers Powell, deceased. Jacob Ca
Personal property to the amount of $lB9 06 re
tained by widow of William Thompson, deceased.
Milton Lawrence, adm'r.
Notice Is hereby given to heirs, legatees, dis
tributees and all others Interested to appear at
the next term of said Court, not later than the
third day, it being the 3 day of September 1878, to
show cause, if any they have, against the final con
firmation of the above appraisements.
angB-3t JOfcNC. HAKT, Clerk O, C.
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Corner Fifth Are.
AND WOOD STREET?
J J. GILLESPIE & CO. f
~/ 86 WOOD STREET,
importers and Dealers in
FRENCH PLATE GLASS,
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS,
MANTEL AND PIEII GLASSES,
STEEL ENGRAVINGS & CHROMOS
Estimates turuislud lor Plate Glass to
Cnutrnrtor «m! Ruilr.ers. mnr2l 6m
J & G^AVE
P!S rM w \) ■ .'liWi'i'v
Wc have oti hand a LARGE STOCK of
FINE FINISHED HEADSTONES
Which wc are selling as cheap as any other firm
in the State. Also
Sranlto Moimmsuts and Mistaues
Furnished to order as reasonable as they can be
had elsewhere. Persons wishing
MONUMENT S & HEADSTONES
should call and see us before purchasing else
where, ns we will guar-mice to sell a better Job lor
less money that, any other firm tu Beaver county.
GRIND STONES AN I) FIXTURES
CEMENTS CP ALL KINDS BY TJljf BARREL
marl4-Gm W. H. MAKSllAJS^fßochester
THE RADICAL :
By which yon can obtain Life Insurance is the.
Low Premium, AH Cash Stock Plan. J It furnishes
the largest amount of Insurance for a given sum
of money. The contract is plain and definite,
Without complication, mystery or'uncertainty.
The policy ta alwaysworthita face, the premium
never increases. It is the most satisfactory and
economical plan for the insurant The Tbavbwbs
Insurance Company, of Hartford, t|oan., grants
Life Insurance upon this excellenfplan. Its se
curity is Unquestioned. Apply to any agent, or
send tor a circular.
FOR THE HEW BOOK
Epidemic and Contagions: Diseases
with the newest and best treatment fot x all cases.
The only thorough work of the ” kind in the
world. Embraces Small-Pox, Yellow Fever, Chol
era, and all analogous diseases. No Family
Sale W ithout it. andall buy It. Has 24 chromatic
illustrations. The biggest chance of The season
for «"ents. Address n 8. GOODSPEBD & CO.,
37 Park Row, New York.
Q.OOD AGENTS WANTED FOR
EVERYBODY’S OfH PHYSICIAN,
by C. W. Gleason, M. D. Sells rapidly. One
agent sold 100 in one week. Appiy at once to H.
N. McKINNKY & CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
FORBALB.—A large body of Timber and Iron
Ore Lands in Middle Pennsylvania; estimated
to cat 60,01)0,000 feet of sound white oak, white
and yellow pine and hemlock. On and neat float
ing streams, with steam saw mill, boom. on
the Susquehanna. Apply to P. W. bHBAFEH,
Potts ville. Pa.
A DORN YOUR HOWES with, the new
A. Chromo, -Awake” and “Asleep.” Sells like
wildflre. The pair sent for 50 cents. A large dis
count to agents. Address W. F. CARPENTER,
Pozboro, Mass. ,
/m < A Per Week in Cash to agents. Everything
tU furnished and expenses paid. A. COUL
TBit & CO., Charlotte, Mich.
If DVDT Baslly make with Stencil ft Key Check
fllurlljl Outfits. Catalogues and fall particn
larsfree. S. M.-SPENCER, 117 Hanover, Street.
fl&r IDA perday! Agentswanted! All
dP*f |U classes of working people, of
either sex young or old, make money at work for
ns In their spare moments, oral! the time, than at
anything else. Particulars free. Address G.
Stinson ft Co., Portland. Maine.
The la, croix medical dis
ESTABLISHED IN 188?.
Is the oldest and most successful institution in
this country for the treatment of Chronic and Sex
ual diseases. For terms of treatment call or ad
dress by mall address. 8. H. HDSBDON.
31 Malden Lane, Albany, M. Y.
Came to the premises of the subscriber, residing
in Greene township, Beaver county. Pa., on or
about the 13th lust., a grey mare,l7 or 18 years old,
light built and thin of flesh. The owner Is re
quested to come forward.. prove property, pay
chartre? and take her away, or she will be disposed
of according to law, ADAH FOB.
jy2s-.lt. Georgetown, Pa.
FaU Session Opsns'.SeptemberQih, 1873.
Primary, English, Collegiate—and Mdslcal De-
Tb building has undergone a thorough
Ing. Rooms newly furnished. For particulars,
Circular, etc , apply to
, M. E. SCHBIBNBR, Principal.
jy2stf Beaver, Pa. ~
Estate of Maria Christina Sptyerer, dee'd.
Letters of administration on tbe estate of Maria
ChHstlna Speyorer, dec'd., late of the borough of
Rochester, Beaver county. Pa., having been grant
ed to the undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment. and those having claims against the same
to’oresent them properly authenticated for settle
ment to GEORG K C. BPBYERBK,
fJ'HE UNITED STATES ORGAN.
WHITNEY & RAYMOND,
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
la tone, finish, workmanship and durability.
The cases arc of an entirely new and elegant de
sign, paneled all round, richly carved end orna
mented, highly varnished and polished, while
those with French Mottled Walnut Panels are by
far the most
ELEGANT AND ATTRACTIVE
Parlor Organ ever presented to the musical public-
The tone of the United States Organ Is pure,
enmoth and pine-like, while it his great volume
and power. The action is quick, easy and clastic,
making the instrument equally Useful lor sacred
or secular music. The Organs are warranted for
And rated according to style. Styles from one up
Whoever wishes to purchase one of the above
Organs can do so by calling upon or writ ing to '
Radical Office, Beaver. Pa.
ESTABLISHED IN 1838,
RE-ESTABLISHED IN 1 86'J.
Q O. H'A MM E R & SON 8,
FINE AND MEDIUM FURNITURE.
Of Every Description and Price,
Handsome and Superior in t-tyle and quality
than found in most or any other Furniture House
this s’de ol the mountains.
Photographs and Price Lists gent on application,
or when in the city don’t forget the place—sign ol
the Large Goidcn Chair, N
4(1, 4S and 50, Seventh Avenue.
mar2B-iy PITTSBURGH, PA,
ESTATE OF ANDREW COLE, DECEASED.
Letters of ad ministration on the estate of Andrew
Cole, dcc'd., letc of South Beaver townahlp.bavinsj
been granted to the undersigned, alt persons In
debted to said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment, and those Having claims against
the same to present them properly authenticated
•JJ S PATENT AGENCY.
Office 1)18 P St., Washington, D. C,,
G. J. FEKKIBS,
The choppy and most reliable Patent Agency
In Washington. Fa»i pjrticulars ,free Aadrcse
j -13 Cos H 3, Washington, D. C.
OUHE TO BE SEEN—YOUR NAME
O IN THE BEAVER RADICAL.
A. J. LAWRENCE. Adm’r..
South Beaver Township.
'AY, AUGUST 8.1873.
JjTew’Building, School and Recitation Rooms now ready for the
ILL SESSION, September 9, 1872
IST or mal Department
A permanent feature of the Institution. Apparatus for
Sciences. Send for new Catalogue.
OIMMON & CLOUGH ORGAN CO S. IMPROVED
N/ i ■■
' GRAND COMBINATION
Aui invention having a most important hearing on the (mure reputation of
By .means oj which the quality nr volume nf c»ne is wry largely increased, and the
* 1 quality <-f tone rendered
EQUAL TO THAT OF THE BEST PIPE OPvGANS OF THE
, ( SAME CAPACITY.
Ouir celebrated “Vox Celeste,” “Louis Patent," "Vox Humana.” “\VPcox Patent,"
; “Octave Coupler,” the charming "Cello” or ‘ Claiionet” Slop?, and all the
i Late Improvements ean be obtained only in these Organs.
T^IRIY-FIVE DIFFERENT STYLES FOR THE PARLOR AND CHURCH.
THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMASIHP.
PRICES FROM $5O TO $5OO.
tfetcry and Warerooms corner Sixth & Congress Sts., Detroit, Mich.
E R CO.LLE G E
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
SMITH CURTIS, Agent,
RADICAL OFFICE, BEAVER, PA. *
T. TA YLOB, Pres’t.
IT COSTS LESS than
THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS
lo make any
SIX HUNDRED DOLLAR p[ ANo
Sold through agents. aU of whom a,***
100 PER CENT. PROFIT
We have no agents, bat ship direct to f Jm .,
At Factory Price,
We make only one style, and have hut
TWO HUNDRED and NINETY dollars
Net Cash, with no discount to dealers or comm-n
sion to teachers.
OUR LUMBER I?
OUR CASES' ARe
Have trout round corners, serpenr.-xe I; •• ■oi i
curved legs. w c n.- L -
THE FULL IKON PLATE
WITH OVER STRUNG BAS?
French Grand Action
WITHjTOr DAMPERS, ANDfOUR KEYS AH
THE BEST IVOR
WITH IVORY FRONTS
OUR PI AX
HAS SE\ EX OUTAV i^r"-
Is (> feet St inches long, b feet J u. i! i
weighs‘.too pounds, boxed
EVERY PIANO IS FUUA
FOR FIVE YEARS
In which we refer to over 7UU Banker*. My
&c.. (some o( whom you may know.)
Pinues i(t 44 States ana Territories.
U. S. PIANO CO
810 BROADWAY, N. V
Ptonse state where you saw this nc» c •