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Beaver Radical (Newspaper) - February 14, 1873, Beaver, PennsylvaniaM continued first Page. The adjutant general will cause fifteen minute guns to be fired at the Meridian of this Day and in the Day of the Monerat half hour guns will be fired from Sunrise until the moving of the the Cape Tol buildings will be diam and the flags to displayed at Balf Maet. A a Quot Quot Quot a / third the Public offices will be Sutta Bly draped in mourning and will be closed on the Day of the funeral. ,. Signed John f. Baby Banff governor. A later. A a a Quot Quot h4bbi3bdr6, feb. 9.�?-the funeral of sex governor Geary is announced to take place on thursday mowing next from the first presbyterian on Market Square. On wednesday at such time As the Legi Lalu Wall designate the re Mains will lie Instate Avobe Capitol. The obsequies will be under the supervision of the state authorities and the immediate charge of the knights Templar. General news. The coolie Trade. Terrible Story by the Engineer of a slaver. Or. O. Tackson who was Engineer on the coolie transport fat boy relates the following in the new Orleans Republican the fat Choy left Macao Angust 25, with 1,005. Coolies on Board. All went Well until the fourth Day out. On this Day at about 3 p. Sr., a cry of Mutiny Forward was raised. The coolies had attacked the guards. One of the guards went Over boards probably thrown Over by the coolies the other took to the rigging. The coolies made a Rush for the chinese Galley probably of get knives and other weapons. The 5nat�r and second mate from the Bridge shot into the crowd and wounded three of the coolies. This checked the Mutiny. The officers rallied and succeeded in catching a number of the coolies and tying them by their Long queues to the Iron barricades or to the grating and driving the rest below. About one Hundred and fifty or More were put in Irons. The next morning the Spanish Captain had them brought up some bags of Rich were placed on the deck and the prisoners were Laid across the bags face Down stripped to the skin and unmercifully flogged by two men keeping time with their whips the blood flowing at every blow when in a Short time the deck was covered with blood. As each chinaman was flogged he was washed with Salt and water and sent below. We arrived at Angar Batavia september 9, remained there two Days proceed ing thence to Mauritius where we took on water and Coal the ship remaining in quarantine. From Mauritius we went to the Cape of Good Hope. In All these ports the coolies were kept below and while Coaling was going on the hatches were put on and the hospitals for the sick kept closed. The heat was intolerable even in the open air. The voyage of the Popr coolie was one of unimaginable suf Fering. They were flogged kicked cuffed and throughout treated with the greatest cruelty. The filth and stench were something horrible. The hospitals were not cleansed during the whole vent arc to say that in the annals of Toje african slave Trade All the horrors of the a inside passage never surpassed these of this chinese slave ship. The deaths on this murderous voyage reached eighty a it a eighty of the number taken on Board at Macao. The deaths doubtless were caused by the floggings and the horrible filthy condition of the ship. We reached Havana december 1. We were not put into quarantine but proceeded at once to discharge our cargo of live freight. The vessel is to All intents and Purpo ses German property. She has been chartered to the Havana chinese importing company for two trips one of which is now fulfilled. There was on Board an individual styled in Sailor parlance a paper he appeared to be the agent of the owners of the coolies or something like a super cargo. He had control of the coolies superintended the flogging and other punishment inflicted on the coolies throughout the voyage. A More merciless scoundrel never raised a lash. The other Captain is a German. In the ships papers he is styled sailing master the first second and third of ales Are Ger mans. The Carpenter is Quot German the chief Engineer is american and the others Are English and scotch. The Crew was composed of several nations but All of them understanding English. There were but two or three beside the a paper Cap Tain who spoke Spanish. The languages used on Bird among officers and Crew were English and German and for com manding the ship English was used exclusively. A the Uniontown Standard says candidates before if he democratic primaries Are already engaged in Button holing the dear people. We hear of a formidable a Jay of aspirants for the loaves and fishes for the legislature messes. Alex. Hill or. J. In Patton John Hague h. L Sparks Porter s. New Biyer David l Walker j. M. Oglevee t. B. Schnatterly Alex. Cochran and Hugh Gilmore Are named As persons desirous of the demo Crati nomination. For treasurer George Morrison m. W. Frank.�, w. F. Bute in. Mcdonald. John f. Murray Andje Mese Nixon Are said to be aspirants while William d. Nixon Williana he Jar oks j. 1. Stillwagon. David Eckert William Campbell and Andrew Fairchild me willing to serve As commissioners. V sex mayor b. proposes to Secare legislation by which All the roadways and Bridges in Allegheny county shall be transformed to the. Management of min Riou of citizens who Are also to he authorized to build other roadways and Bridges when deemed necessary Bonds hear ing seven , interest Are. To be issued in sufficient amount to pay for the franchises transferred and new improvements and a. Levy of not More than ten Mills made provide a sinking fund tor the payment of the Bonds at maturity it a intended of coarse to make the roadways and Bridges free of toll. A the Pittsburgh and Birmingham passenger railway Are asking authority to extend their track eastward. A in the Stokes Case judge Boardman denied the motion for a new trial and refused a stay of proceedings. The counsel at once proceeded to apply for stay before judge Bavis. A a the Eastern Coal District according to states tics Given by the Stanton Republican there were in,1872,163 persons killed in the mines 462 injured 84 wives deprived of husbands and 283 Chil Dren left fatherless. Lire proportion of death was greater in Luzerne county averaging one death to every 74,000 tans of Coal mined. In Columbia county the mines Are operated with exemplary care and during two years past not a single life has been lost and but three persons were injured. A the soldiers and sailors of Carbon county will meet at manch chunk on the 20th inst., for the purpose of organizing a society and will partake of a grand banquet in the evening. A president Grant has issued a proclamation directing that All tracts or part Ela of land included in the san Juan Boundary award be withheld from Sale or disposal under Preemption Homestead or other Laws of the United states until after the claims of the occupants shall have been adjusted and pm Blic notice thereof Given. A Cincinnati manufactured 11,033,829 Gallons of whisky last year. A among the articles from America to be exhibited at the Vienna exhibition is a log of Black Wal nil the largest Ever grown six feet in diameter and a weighs seven tons. A John 8. Phillips one of the proprietors of the Republican has sold his interest to e. M. Wardin. A Coin in the Treasury $63,639,524. A president Grant has pardoned two More of the South Carolina Kun Kluvers. Siam e me is t receipts Andes la 9ltcbfis at the Treasury of cup lofty for the year 1872. Or. Receipts. Forb Alancin Treasury car january 1.1872, for Cash received daring the year 1872,0 or Era account. $10,39169 45,780 33-56,17193 a or. Expenditures. Assessors pay. Registering voters 1 advertising and serving cer. Of election militia enrolments auditors pay state Oas Mau. County j h Christy Smith Curtis it we Hunter a. Agricultural society donation to a a interest on $5060 Railroad Bonds Bridges building repairing and viewing. Commissioners pay Joseph Brittain Samuel Torrence a h j Marshall Daniel Neely a. Clerk for commissioners John Mcgoun counsel for a a Henry Hice Commonwealth cases Viz clerk of Quarter session. Constables fees it District attorneys fees a r Harrar a a j h Mccreery a boarding washing and clothing for prisoners watchman at jail. 1 r vagrants lodging jailor a salary ,. Justices fees. Witness fees physician for jail and Medicine. Court expenses constables waiting on court tip staff v Conata Hiest return and mileage. Court crier t jurors pay pm i. A janitor salary. A a extra pay. Inquests Coroner witness jury tees and funeral expenses jury commissioners pay 1 a a a clerks pay a $782 87 580 21 14 00 61 35�?1.413 43 45 00 48 00 48 0� 43 00�? 169 09 100 co 300 00 11.595 57 2.096 14-13,691 71 678 00 735 0 720 00 129 u0 2,262 00 80000 100 00 399 63 106 21 112 00 299 00 830 20 21 00 57 67 250 00 55 42 295 81 115 00 2,541 94 141 85 63 00 296 95 108 of ,1,690 98 458 73 122 00 10 00 2,891 31 233 75 104 46 2500 129 46 sheriff Selea Ting jurors a a courthouse Ana office so books duplicate Sand stationery 268112 j adv. She frs Proclo a. Printing a 1317 50 156 40 Box rent postage a court House offices and jail repairs to. 5a fuel Light a. Of Flection officers pair. House rent Light. A assessors attending elections constables attending elections House of refugee support and clothing for inmates. 1 manager Constable conveying inmate s. Hospital at Dixmont support and clothing for inmates Penitentiary support Medicine and clothing for prisoners 199 06 conveying convicts to 72 00 poor House support of paupers a a directors pay a Robert Cooper Samuel Gibson. W prothonotary a a fees. A justices fees qualifying town ship officers. Issuing certificates for Fox scalps. Committing vagrants and a. R. Tickets taxes lost collectors Reti irn of it ror in assessments. Rent of military armory express ins co for insurance on Public buildings. Attorneys fees Kuhn a Daugherty com. Is James Larn j b Cir. Boarding jury a a a it incidental expenses amount of warrants issued during the year 1872, $40.896 35 certificates for Road views. 544 90 certificates for Fox scalps 82 75 paid teachers county Institute 160 00 state tax and commission 5.689 15 a redemption Money on unseated lands 82 28 abatement on tax paid before August 1, 1.527 90 2 commission on $45,779 89 tax received 915 60 2 commission on $41,596 13 tax paid. 839 12 paid outstanding warrants for 1871, j90 32 balance in Treasury on january 1,1873, 5.243 55 $56,171 92 18 95�?1,502 77 729 65 286 3f a l,6l5 95 1,896 17 13160 147 10 426 60�? 2,531 87 566 58 50 10 11 14 617 72 680 25 271 06 7.025 00 75 00 54 00-8,054 00 71 18 5 29 6 65 44 22�? 109 15 c6i 85 31 53�? 696 38 140 68 10 10 125 00 200 00 35 00 2� 74 s. 51 fifth Avenue Pittsburgh a 2vx cheapest and Best Blouse in the c�>., 1 the latest and Bek selected Stock of _ a i a a a. A a. J pianos a organs table of taxes in the several townships for state and county purposes amounts paid to treasurer amounts charged to and amounts paid by collectors amounts rec a from unseated lands commissions allowed to collectors balances due by collectors township a boroughs. A Henry Mcnulty was hanged at Peoria Illinois Friday for the murder Orris wire. Secretary bout Eli has revoked his order Call ing in the 5-20 s. It will be reissued next month. A a Liam s. Slater has been elected president of the Providence Aud Worcester Railroad company. A in the United states Senate the Bill providing for the International copyright has been negatively reported. A a Largo body of regular troops will participate in the ceremonies of the second inauguration of president Grant. A during the past eix years the debt of. New York City has increased from $45,187,770. To $118,855.229. And the annual taxation from $16.930,767 to $32,036,290. A president Grant will probably Send a special message to Congress next week urging action on the mormon question. A on coloured citizens Are beginning to take action relating to the question of the emancipation of their Brethren in Cuba. A the Jerense of Alloy for the a murder of Ellis was begun Friday morning at Bosty a. His coun Sel rely upon proving a Alibi. Quot a Rev. Frederic March a congregational minis ter of Hartford coun., died in that City Friday at the advanced age of 90 years. A Friday being the anniversary of the death of archbishop Spaudo eng a grand Messe so Lonnelle was celebrated in the Baltimore Cathedral. A congressmen Are to receive $8,000 a creater according to the Bill just reported to the House of representatives by the judiciary com Mattce. The Arkansas Senate has passed a civil rights Bill attaching heavy penalties to hotel keepers and railway companies ac., for denying any privileges to coloured people. A a Rumor was prevalent great Salt Lake City Friday night that president Grant had ordered a heavy Force of regular troops to. Utah and the mormons Are greatly excited thereat. Four business houses in Brookfield Missouri were burned sunday night. Loss $30.0 6 insurance Small. Mrs. Mccartney a Milliner and one or the sufferers arrested on suspicion of having fired the buildings / at a re a a Laura d. Fair lectured in Sacramento California on thursday night. She denied that she attacked the press hut said that the clergy generally Are the Only who persecute her. The Aud Cuce was Small. Beaver Boro. Bridgewater Boro. Baden Boro. Big Beaver twp. Borough twp. Beaver Falls Boro. Brighton twp. Chippewa twp. A. It Darwin Good Boro. Darlington twp. Economy twp. Fallston Boro. Frankfort Boro. Franklin twp. Freedom Boro. Glasgow Boro. Georgetown Boro. Greene twp a Harmony twp. Hanover twp. Hope we u twp. Hookstown Boro. Independence twp. Industry twp. Moon twp. Marion twp. New Galilee Boro. New Brighton North Ward ,. A a Middle Warda a southward. North be Wie Ciyi a. -.�. New Sewickley twp. Ohio twp. Patterson twp. Pulaski to. Phillipsburg Boro.,Rochester Boro. Rochester twp Raccoon twp.,.�?� it a a a a St. Clair Boro. A. Ai. Quot South Beaver twp. A a��?T1 f a total9. Levy of 1872 1�98 39 1340 24 1 408 10 1663 74 .423 39 3031 00 1302 42 971 72 158 43 2126 57 1633 85 666 36 190 20 1033 86 749 98 201 15 87310 2025 71 5690 10 9287 11 1560 08956 73 1225 49 918 47 1124 05 53177 214 88 1050 39 137004 937 07 1296 54 1707 70 2ll?u 22 148 511 943 87 431 95 �431 19 t27 721 1298 33 156 98 1375 79 $49999 14 amt. amt. amount amount unseat collect. Due by treas treas. A by a. To paid by collect Reed com collects name of collectors. Be a mgl Beds Cpl collect re lands. Mission 1448 56 30 39 466 90 348 16 1 co 122 14 a Findley Anderson. 885 97 26 50 437 04 412 79 2 40 21 85s. Ii. Laney. 220 29 a a 176 30 87 8288 48 s. Morgan 95 5 75 6 92 610 57 408 in. 502 42 f l. Patter on. 257 27 4 80 149 86 108 32. A. 41 04 . Taylor. 1357 46 46 44 1608 82 488 18 44 52�?T076 12 j. H. Gray. 949 92 26 25 283 82 134 29 1 52148 0 a Beacom 466 48 9 91 444 69 165 60 278 34 w. A ctr aughtery Ltd w. Vail . 6423 6 70 86 46 42.09. 92 39 25 88189 48 85 1177.24 810 37. A a. 366 87 a. C. Let i Worth 883 65 14 43 697�?T14 192 so a a a. R<4>4 �4 ? Whipple 446 99 16 61 169 62 103 59 49 76 16 27 i a. Let a Ignec it. 104 99 so 62 a a. So 02 a a. B. Acce. 793 39 11 96 187 47 147 0740 40 a. Str checker 324 42 38 35 877 99 102 30275 6�?T. Sssmuel Piersol. 45 12 153 96 36 97, a a a a 116 i it a it Ury Camp. 109 59 81 63 181 892 60. I 179 a a of. Inv Nahlin. 1051 76 139 24 790 13 537 22 6 60 a. 246 31 in. S l Laughlin. 5402 07 3 60 3 4218 a Andrew Kotter to. 1246 95 22 35 963 50 455 61 a. A a 507 89 Lugt Berr liar it a a 992 85 521 31 9 92a a a 511 39 James Wai Nocoli. 171 53 13 7� 80 98 /. 3 0�77 38 f. S. I aught to. 760 66 430 32 190 34a 25 j 98 j. C. Reed 460 13 20 a a 414 15 317 17 3 45 a. 93 53 Solontoi Dillinger. 606 65 45 92 445 30 168 27 4 48272 55 Samuel Patterson. 348 09 16 12 152 14 82 53 69 61 John Hickey. 126 82 5 20 80 62 76 384 02a. Miller. 599 71 14 48 453 01453 01 g. L. Eberhart. 897 67 21 70 417 55417 55 g. L. Eberhart. 625 63 2 64 299 54259 54 g. L. Eberhart. 757 33 23 23 485 0119 62465 39 a a. Sites. 730 43 .3 11 a 949 82 462 12 1 47486 23 Robert Boggs. 1100 66 30 2� 827 72 764 32 22 02 41 38b. D. Johnson. It 117 77 24 6124 61 j. H. Gray. 482 27 26-50 417 95 290 12 6 a a a. 121 83 a Mcclelland. 323 89 7 82 86 63 82 304 33robert Routh. 1517 80 f 32 52 913 50 100 0 a 9 62803 88 i. M. Hays. 452 45 vjl7 72 245 26 225 81 7 20 /12 25 Mitchell. 670 16 69 86 531 1 4 193 0338 04 e. Barnes. It 50 74 4 20 103 16 25 0078 16 a Samue 1 Piersol. 858 12 my 414 64 172 94.241 70 ii. G. Barnes. $3055793 $1��2 51 $17341 38 $7739 67 $187 38 $84 01 $9325 15 paid since Jan. 1. Terms to suit evervb0dv. For Holiday gifts get Iii Iier a Decker amp Barnes piano Hallet Davis amp co. Piano cry Hier amp co. Piano Bradford a co parlor Gem piano or one of the celebrated Taylor amp Farley celestes organs or the Beautiful Vou fid Sterling 0 it Gan. Quick Sale and so Tal profits. Or. 1872. Jan. 1. C. P. Wallace treasurer in account with Beaver co. For the year 1872. To balance from the year 1871, t a amount received from unseated land a a amount Reed from collectors prior to 5972, a a amount Reed before August 1.1879,. A a amount rec d before sept 1,1872, a a a amount received from collectors for 1872. A a amount redemption Money for unseated land a a amt Recd from d Ewing. Esq. For peddle fines amt Recd from Beaver fails cutlery company As donation on Iron Bridge $10,39a 59 112 03 6,147 99 20.557 93 1. 02 51 7,739 67 95 20 25 00 100 00 $56.171 92 by amount general warrants prior to 1872. A a general warrants for 1872, a a a a Road review certificates paid. A a a a Fox Scalp certificates paid. A a a a redemption Money paid for unseated land. A a a paid m l Knight for teachers comity Institute. A a a a mate personal tax and commission. A a a a a of abatement in tax paid before augost 1, a a a a of 2 commission on $45.779 86 received a a of 2 commission on $41,956 13 paid out. By balance in county Treasury cd. 190 32 40,896 a5 544 90 82 75 82 28 Ith 00 5,689 5 1.527 90 915 h it 819 12 5.243 55 $56,171 92 or. To amount of outstanding warrants to amount of outstanding Bond to balance Beaver county Stock account for the year 1872. $ 4 501 5,000 00 13.985 96 $13,990 50 by amount of funds in county Treasury. A a a due from collectors prior of 1872. A a a due from collectors for 1872, a a a due from unseated land for 1872, a a a a due from unseated land prior to 1872 a a a a due from sex sheriff Stuebing or. $5.243 55 3.272 As 9,325 15 187 38 114 34 1 1 1 a 1 00 ii ii 50 Seal Given under our Beal of office. To Beaver this 20th Day of january 13 3. V a John Mcgoun clerk. Samuel Torrence. Hugh j. Marshall. Daniel Neely commissioners. We guarantee to sell As Good an instrument As is in the Market at prices that defy c o m p e t i t i 0.y, and on terms to suit the purchaser. Instruments rented and rent allowed to go Torii 4be Purchase. For catalogue and full particular Ca. Of or is dress the manufacturer s general Agen it. S. Hamilton amp co. 51 fifth Avenue. Pittsburgh a nov29-6tn_ e r cd. A a old Joe Pentland a the a lofts circus Clown died in new York Friday. He was born in Boston and made his first appearance in the Arena at Niblo s Many years ago. Recently his mind has been impaired an Folie has not appeared in Public. A the Pomeroy investigating committee held a secret session at Topeka Kansas Friday making the testimony of senator York. A the Texas and Pacific Rah Road engineers have commenced locating a Tine of Road through ban Diego City California. A subscriptions to the $20,000.000. Loon began at Havana on thursday. It is reported that the chances of the loan being taken of Are favourable. A the preliminary report of the Senate privileges and elections committee on the Louisiana investigation will relate exclusively to the legality of the electoral vote. A the Boston common Council has passed an order to open the Public Library on sunday by a vote of 47 to 10 nays and the order will be carried in to effect next sunday. A a generous citizen of Toledo has bequeathed one inn Rcd and sixty acres of valuable land near the City for the foundation of an institution to which both sexes arc to be admitted and taught in the arts trades and related sciences. The course will be free to those Usu flu to pay. A those who happen to be Star gazers May have noticed that both Jupiter and Venus Shine now with pc Nohr brilliancy the former in the was and the latter in the West in Reg the evening. They Are Worth stopping to look at on a Clear a evening. J a the press association of Georgia has made a formal protest to the legislature against the tax upon printing material. A the fee Channel of the upper Mississippi in Many places is now thirty two inches in thick a Ness two inches thicker than Ever known. In 1846 it was thirty inches the thickest known pre Lions to this season. A on Friday evening there was discovered by new York astronomer a new planet of the tenth magnitude in declination North 9 degrees 10 Minu. Tes right ascension 15 degrees 38. Minutes. A letters received from Paris represent t the trial or Noral Fremont in the matter of the Memphis and Elpaso Railroad to Bogie to Jane next. It is i a criminal prosecution a lid will proceed under the j French Law whether he is present or not. A twelve prisoners broke jail at Lebanon last a e Hje and Rollef Friday night and escaped Over the Wall by Rnka ing a j february 4tb, 1873. A rope out of bed clothe. A a. ,. Directors of the poor and House of employment of Beaver county in account with Beaver county for the year 1872 or to balance from the year 18 41, a a Cash received from county Treasury a a John Small tor support of son a a a for one horse a a a a hogs i .4 a a 44 Wool. 44 4, 4, in various ways $ 82 17 7,925 00 88 50 50 Oil 13 00 21 00 25 47�? 8,155 14 y Cash paid for support of insane paupers a 4. A oot door paupers 4 44 44 temporary Relief of the poor funeral expenses of out door papers. $2,073 01 335 51 466 80 98 80 medical attendance of out door pan Ore 286 0i removal 01 paupers 118 12 4. 4. 4. Nuiding boarding and 4 4. 4. Medicines for out door paupers fro visions. Cash paid for groceries. Flour 44 4. Wheat and Corn 44 4. Potatoes. 4 44 Bacon Aud beef u a a fruit _ _ improvements amp agr l. Implements for a repairs to building Carpenter and Mason work 4w Cash paid for Brick tied lumber 4> a carpets. 4 a a Wall paper a a a furniture a 4 a a hardware and tinware. 44 a nails amp a. A a a farm implements. A a harness and leather 44 4. Making brooms. 33 61 $330 92 188 08 169 47 67 10 a 118 65 5 95 pm. $ 49 00 39 08 18 00 15 22 11 off .2 93 271 36 03 82 20 8 16 3,411 90 to Ash paid for repair of Tarm implements a a a a stove fixtures churn Acca a a a Smithing. 44 4. Lime ashes and Salt. A a a a one team of horses a a a a fit Trees. �?~4 41 Clover seed and plants hire. Male hire. Female hire. Hauling. Subscriptions. Cash paid for presbyterian Banner. A a 4. Beaver Argus. A a a a new Brighton press miscellaneous. Cash paid for Toli and Herriage a a a stationery. 4 4. Postage and Stamps 1 4. 4, Constable and Justice fees a a advanced by William Shroads. 5 90. 32 00 53 27 29 55 425 00 100 00 15 20�? 917 $539 01 171 31 14 10 7,214 32 it 2 00 2 0 4 00 a 26 15 2 52 1 20 10o 45 52 65 8 00 j o c h e s t fire insurance company. Incorporated by the legislature of Penass Nia. February 1s72. Folic one door East of o�5-Ester savings Bank Rochester Beav a co Auto. A can i people of county can now have the property insured against or damage by fair rates in a Safe and reliable Home company. There a avoiding the expense trend e and or 3 incident to the adjustment of losses by Pompan located at a distance. Board of directors j. V. My Donald George c. Speyerer. Samuel b. Wilson Lewis Schneider. William Kennedy. A John . Marshall my Donald . Edgar. M. Camp. Or. C. B. Liar get. David Lowry Daniel breaker. Geo. C. Speeker. La re j. V. My Donald. A h. J. Sir Hes treas. E. Kelb�p., Sec y. V. In rest Sage for Sale 880 17 4 a coffins 44 4 Oal. 4 a 44 insurance. T a a threshing. �?~4 a merchandise. Salaries. We Shroads. Steward. P. M. Kerr t physician. Henry Hice. Treasurer. Balance in Treasury. P d ally it Law be. Co�?Ts., sap Ort paupers. 37 25 december 3slvls72, 133 60 825 9 5 112 no 26 13 232 17�? 760 �0 200 00 w 00�? 1,049 98 930 00 213 52 $8,155 14 a Good farm situated in Brighton Beaver about six Milea rom adjoining lands of Jacob Coon. Jhn Vii id George Dawson containing one i and six acres eighty acres cleared a Good state of cultivation the balance Well it red said farm belonging to the heirs of w j Givan. Deceased. The improvements on theses Are a Good two Story trame dwelling 18x42 Teet. Containing seven rooms and Bam and Wagon shed Granery and All a a necessary outbuildings two never of excellent water in the Yard the whole fax watered and Well adapted to either poses or Stock raising. Enqn0 Estt sir we. The undersigned auditors of Beaver county do hereby certify that we have examined the accounts of c. P. Wallace. Treasurer a also the receipts and expenditures of the directors of the poor Anju Louse of employment also the statement of the county receipts and. .4, a.-t�r.1 a Horr rur ref As Thev stand stated. A 1 n uni iwo january 20, 1873. The premises. For further particulars Ronert Givan. On rhe promises or the Una it. De. At his residence in Brighton county. A. Ii Kleb Fri a nov29-tf. Eselbia auditors. S d. Singleton Register of wills in and for the county of Beaver in account of collateral inheritance tax with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the year ending december 1st, 187 a a recut or a notice. Porter. Dry ild 8 of in estate letters of James testamentary on the estate pot Torrate or Quot Bridgewater Boro. Pa., having been granted to the under u a parties knowing a net Ted to a Tate Are requested to. Make immediate 6�?o r and those having claims against the same a sent them or poorly authenticated for a cd a. A j. C. Wilson. A r Macii jan24-6t do. 18�. Feb. 24, apr i apr. 13, May 4, May 21. Aug. 1, sep. 9, sep. 30, Novar to tax eat of Sarah a Sharp dec a -4 4. A. Wmma Gaw. Dec d 4> 44 w Agnes Bradshaw dec a 4 4&Quot 4. Lex Brown dec a 44 44. A Sarah Irons dec a 44 .44&Quot. 44 Mart. Bartholomew dec a 4. A a 4. Margaret Mcclure dec a 44 44 a Mart. Bartholomew do cd a 4. 44. »4 Jane Sientz dec a $15 do 61 19 17 40 213 20 42 13 71 70 23 00 2 28. 15 00 $462 91 a cd. 1872. By Cash paid j Shafer App rest of r Tiann. Do cd $900 6 90 by Cash paid c a Griffin apr est of d Morgan. Dec a by Cash paid j w Caughey apr est of d Fuerth dec a 1 75 feb. 19. July 23, aug 80,sep. 30, by Cash paid j Shafer apr est of m Bartholomew dec a 2 00 oct. 20, by Cash paid j. B Young apr est of we maj raw dec a 3 60 it a p it a s t e r dec. 7. By Cash paid a Wynn. Apr est of Alex Brown deed 1 75 feb. 4. By Cash paid j b Young apr est of s Calhoun Dace a 5 00 Brighton towns Quot co. It a hos. Kennedy amp successors to we. Euechum1 p e n n a june22. Oct. 3, m Casu Pam a o Loutvig. Apr est oct it Watsonn by state treasurers receipt. By state treasurers receipt. By Register s commission. $462 90 at 5 per it balance due Commonwealth 325 01 850 23 14 6 86 $443 90 i c0k0kwjath of pawnsttv#�4-flr#ar�r county a the nude reigned Haring been appointed by tire court of common pleas of said county an i auditor to examine the account of Tbs begin ter of wills of said county hereby certifies that the foregoing statement is Correct to the Best of his know a. T i i i a f i a i a Quot a a at h. R. Moore auditor. I to . Medicines and Chomica. Fancy amp toilet article sponges. Brushes and perv Fumar f paints. Oils and dyes. Prescription carefully compounded at ail Hub Apo 72-ly a ,. A

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