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Beaver Radical (Newspaper) - January 24, 1873, Beaver, Pennsylvania do a arts per a Intje us Advance. Volume , Penn a free Imit jul by 24. 1873. Number 4 the Radical is published every Friday morning it t he following rates Judi from of a. Pittsburgh it. Wayne and Chicago and after dec. 23d, 1872, trains will leave Tationa As follows $2,00 1,00 5005 Ose y Eab payable in Advance. Sis months a a a a a a. Three a a a a a a a a. Sis be copies. Papers discontinued to it subscribers at the expiration of their terms of subscription at the option of the publisher unless otherwise agreed upon. Professional or business cards not exceeding 10 Unes of this Type $8,00 per annul. Advertisements of 10 lines or less $1,00 for one insertion and 5 cents per Une for each additional insertion. All advertisements whether of displayed or Blank lines measured by lines of this Type. Advertisements by the month Quarter or year received and Liberal deductions made in proportion to length of advertisement and length of time of notices inserted among Loca items at 19 cents per Une for each insertion unless otherwise agreed upon by the month Quarter or year advertisements of 5 lines or less 50cents Forone insertion and 5 cents per Une for each additions insertion. Marriage or death announcements published fre of charge. Obituary notices charged As advertisements and payable in Advance. Local news and matters of general interest communicated by any correspondent with real name disclosed to the publisher Wol he thankfully received. Local news solicited from every part of the county. A publication office rih the Radical building Corner Diamond by Ayer a. J. S. Rutan proprietor. All communications and business letters should be addressed to Smith Curtis Beaver a. Crestline trains going Wist. Stations. Pittsburgh. Rochester. Alliance. Orrville. Mansfield. 1 a f de Forest. I Iii. Fort a Plymouth Chicago. mail. Exp by a. 1.45ab 7.10am 9.10am 3.52 8.40 10.25 5.15 11.45 1.30pm 6.51 i.45rx 8.07 8.55 4.23 5.09 9.20 5.00 5.40 9.40 6.10am 6.00 11.95 a 7.55 7.55 12.08pk 9.05 9.15 2.40 11.50 12.05am 4.45 1 3.35pm 2.55 �?�50 i 6.80 6.50 exp by a i.80pm 2.40 5.28 7.06 9.11 9.40 9.5c ii.15 12.17am 9.45 5.05 8.90pm trains going East. Stations. Chicago. Plymouth. Fort Wayne Lima. Forest a a Crestline a Mansfield. Orrville. Alliance. Rochester. Pittsburgh. Mail bxpb�?T8. Xxx pm s. 5.15am 9.15 12.20pm 2.45 4.00 5.35 11.30am 12.05pm 2.13 4.20 6.57 8.10 9.90am 12.02pm 2.20 4.07 5.08 6.50 6.50 7.19 9.20 u.00 1.12am 2.20 f. R. Myers general passenger and ticket agent. Ccleveland amp Pittsburgh r. R. On and after dec. 23d, 1872, trains will leave stations daily sundays excepted As follows going South main line. 0 s m a l a station 8. Cleveland Hudson. Ravenna. Alliance. Bayard. Wellsville. Pittsburgh. Exp by a. Mail. Cup by a. A com 8.30am 1.55pm 4.00pm 9.43 3.03 5.18 10.15 3.33 5.48 11.10 4.13 6.35 11.44 4.44 1.10pm 6.00 3.40 8.20 going North main line. Stations. A w attorney at l Beaver Penna. Office in the court House. De20-ly o ii n e a k in j attorney at main st., by Avert Falls. Law jal0�?T73 jas1e8 Cameron. Am e r o n c John y. Marks. Amp Mark sgt urge Wellsville. Bayard. Alliance. Ravenna. Hudson. Cleveland. Sep by so mail. Exp by a. A com. 6.80am 1.15pm 8.55 3.15 10.80 4.30 11.25 5.10 7.10ajt 12.12pm 5.48 8.00 12.45 6.14 8.45 1.55 7.15 10.00 going East River division. Stations. Bellair. Bridgeport. Steubenville Wellsville. Rochester. Pittsburgh. A com mail. 5.45am 10.50am 5.55 111.00 6.57 �12.12pm 8.15 i 1.85 9.30 i 2.85 10.40 i 3.40 so bus. 8.35pm 3.45 4.45 6.90 7.15 8.20 a com going West River division. Att or sets at Law and real estate agents Rochester pa., will attend promptly to All business entrusted to their care and have Superior facilities for buying and Selling real estate. Decl3 by stations. A Pittsburgh. Rochester. Wellsville. Steuben vice a Bridgeport. Bellair. A com f. Ii Agnew. Tic j. M. Buchanan Buchanan Geniv attorneys at Law. Office near the Post office third Street Beaver Penn a. Oculi. 1lbert l. Eberhart. Attorney at Law. A live prompt attention to collections. Prone bounties and pensions buying and Selling a i a Nie Etc. Office on Broadway no Ite k. E. Hoopes banking House new Brighton Beaver co., a i 1&Quot in Joseph Ledlie attorney at Law office,.in the Radical building Beaver a. A a iness entrusted to his care will receive mail. Mr7 6.s0am 7 40 3.50 9.50 11.u0 11.10 by pcs. Us amp to 9.20 8.20 4.20 5.25 e.40 a com a carpet Bagger on the Wing. Frankfort Springs Jan. 17, �?T73. Editor Radical when i first went to Boston about three years ago a graduate of a prominent Eastern College learning i was from Pennsylvania asked me How far it was to my nearest neighbor whether there were any Indiana near is if on Western colleges were not about the same Grade of a Massachusetts High school ? he spoke Slig tingly. Of Pittsburgh and said he supposed it was a bustling Western City of about twelve or fifteen thousand inhabitants. I Humoured his whim and amused myself by drawing on my memory for incidents of the Early history of our state which i related As transpiring to Day. All were accepted As literal facts by the verdant collegian. To Many in the East country trip through Pennsylvania is a journey of incredible hardships and not to be assumed nnle8s for very pressing reasons. Several of my friends opened their eyes in wide amazement at my foolish idea of a four weeks a Jaunt through new York Pennsylvania and Ohio by land water and rail simply on a lecturing tour. Despite their kind advice i started and Here i am. Although my life is heavily insured for the Benefit of my family yet i did not hesitate to ride fifteen Miles on the handle Railroad. I have taught myself to believe that the stockholders of that Road would not hold their Stock one Day that there was no Accident and the directors and officers would not take a comfortable nights rest if at the Tea table they could not sum up a cheerful list of a smash ups culled from that Days doings with some quaking i Bongot a ticket and ventured. Four Miles out from Steubenville we were delayed by an engine of % freight train being thrown off the Tirak a gang of men had taken up it rail Rad had left a boy of twelve to Flag the train he forgot it and the engine ran offit i shuddered As i thought if that had beep our train this lightning express rtt Bohto. Captive., an american lady abducted from mar a two Yeara a captive in or she was carried off and in past two weeks the City of mar of hence has been intensely excited Pence of a very singular affair re ice of which is a lady of Ameri. Can Irth and excellent connections in this Coni Ury about six years ago Henry f. Big of amp commission merchant of no. 210 cant Street new Orleans tailed in that titjf4n consequence of losses sustained int la the civil War and went to mar Serif where he soon succeeded in obtain incl Good position in a prominent mercantile House. Or. Bigelow was a widower. A a. Ass fat 5.80 7.00 8.00 9.06 9.30 Tuscarawas Branch leave arrives n.phita.6.40am a 1.00pm i Bayard 9.45 am4 00pm Bayard,12.10 a 5.00 p. M. I n. Taila. 3.00 �7,30 pm f. R. Myers general passenger and locket agent. Pennsylvania r. R. Quot a after december 22d, 1872, trains will arrive and depart As follows ? eastward. We9twabd. Through trains leave i through trains arrive Union depot i Union depot. Pacific exp a 2 50 a1 a mail train 1 05 am mall train 7 45 a a fast line. L36 a m Chicago sex 12.20 p a Pittsburgh sex. 8.00am Cincinnati sex. 1 10 p m Cincinnati sex. 8 40 a m Philadelph a sex. 5 20 p i Southern sex. 12 40 pm fast line 8 50 p a Pacific sex pro a 1 10 pm Way passenger 9 50 p m Walls no 1, 6 40 a my local. Wilkins by Gac a Walls nol 6 30 am nol 7 05 a my Brint ii , 7 30 a m was accompanied by his on Lybertha then about eighteen Yea Fjield and endowed with remarkable Perijil charms. Her father moved in theh Best society of Bis new Home and the Beauty and Grace of i daughter were no Long in attracting admired. She treated the Fem politely but after All coldly until one Day she was brought in Contact with it disputing French Seaman the first lieutenant on one of the Marseilles and Ori enuf Tlsty it ships. His name was Maurice key he was but Little Over thirty year told Tali and handsome an excellent conversationalist and the very Man to win. The Good graces of a susceptible Young Larry. He became very intimate with miss Bertha Bigelow and one Day he Ait Nisbet her father not amp Little by ask Agbim for the hand of his charming Dag Beer. Or. Bigelow was at first in Clit amp to look favourably upon the suit of the Fri adored Sailor the More so As his r seemed to reciprocate his affect Uta close inquiry into the affair of m. Maurice Kervel con a heed that he was not a match for his daughter he found Tbs to Kervel was a Man of extravagant s and choleric temper that when influence of liquor he was exp and Walls no 2, 10 20 a m Walls no 3, 11 45 am Wilkinsburg a no 2 2 40 p m Walls no 4, 3 20 pm Johnstown a. 4 00 p m Brinton accommodate Enol 4 50pm Brinton a. No2 5 40 p m Wilkinsburg a no 1 8 20 a m Walls no 2, 9 10 am Johnstown a. 10.10 a m Walls no 8, 1 45 pm Walls no 4 3 20 p m Wilkinsburg a no 2 4.45 pm Walls a. No. 5 5 65 p m a api att Eliop. Dec4�?T68 by t h. My Creery i a attorney at Law third Street first door below the court House till la Beaver a. C extra claim Agency �?�1ames m. Sellers u4 South Philadelphia. Bounties. Pensions b5ck horse claims claims. &c., promptly collected. No charge 1 or a Leo ution nor when Money is not collected. I j Quot . Young attorney at Law / heaver a. A Uffre and residence on third court Inoue. A Law business entrusted to my care shall re it prompt attention. Also persons a Atu Sale and those wishing to by town i l Jurty Coal or farm lands May save time and Money by calling at my Fuce. Fapr29�?Tvb by. A l Viall . C. Babb. Wart Welber amp Barr s attorneys at Law to. 60 Grant Street Pittsburgh. Se22�?T71-ly Jacob Davis a a i attorney at Law no. 75 Grant Street ib8t floor �e�l�?T71-6in Pittsburgh Walls no 5, 6 15pm�brintonno2, 6 50 pm Brinton a no3 9 20 p a Brinton 7 25 p m Walls ac.no.6 11 05 p i Brinton a no4 11 10pm Chicago express. Cincinnati express fast line and Brinton a. No. 3 leave daily. Pacilla express daily except monday. Allot her trains daily except sunday. Pacific express leaves Pittsburgh at 2 50 a m arriving at Harl Sherg at 11 40 a a Philadelphia 3 30 pm Baltimore 3 00 p a Washington 5 40 pm. New York 6 34 p m. Chicago express leaves Pittsburgh at 12.20 p a arrives Harrissr 10.20 p a Philadelphia 2.30 a a new York 6.10 a m. Cincinnati express leaves Pittsburgh at 1 10 p m arrive sat Harrisburg 10 45 p a Philadelphia 2 50 a a Baltimore 2 15 a a washington5 00a a new York 6 10 express leaves Pittsburgh at 5 20 p a arrives at Harrisburg 2 55 a a Philadelphia 6 55 a a new York 10 14 a m. Fast line leaves Pittsburgh at 8 50 pm arrives at Harrisburg 5 45 a a Philadelphia 9 50 a a Baltimore 9 00 a a Washington 11 30 a a new York 12 24 pm. A the Church trains leave Walls station every sunday at 9 10 a a read blog Pittsburgh at 10 00 a m. Returning leave Pittsburgh at 12 30p a and arrive at Walls station at 1 50 p m. Leave Pittsburgh in arrive Brinton s 10 30p m. City ticket office for the convenience of the citizens of Pittsburgh the Pennsylvania Railroad company have opened a City ticket office at no 78 fifth Avenue Corner of Smithfield Street where through tickets commutation tickets and local tickets to principal stations can be purchased at any hour of the Day or evening at the same rates As Are charged at the depot. Baggage will be checked through to destination from hotels and residences by Excelsior baggage express co. On orders left at the office. For further information apply to a. J Cassatt d. M. Boyd jb., general manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. Lle Ghen y Valley Railroad on and after monday july 15th, 1872. Three through trains daily except sunday will leave and Active at Pittsburgh City time for Franklin Oil City Buffalo and All Points in the Oil regions and Western and Central new York. Leave. Day express.1-10 a m three eighths Miles to Hou doubtless have Ruo entirely in the ground and i might have been now burrowing my Way out in the neighbourhood of Pekin. I reached the place by perseverance. The mud was in Fine condition but i triumphed Over it and arrived Safe and sound. A Many of the citizens of Beaver county Are without doubt in great ignorance of this place. It formerly was a favorite summer resort on account of the Mineral Springs in the Vicinity from which it takes is name. Owing to its being such a distance from railroads and that Railroad being the handle the Busy crowd of pleasure seekers and Mineral water guzzlers has been turned aside to More pretentious resorts. Yet there Are still a few who appreciate the advantage of a country summer resort and come Here to rusticated careless of hops Chignone crinoline and Satin slippers More careful of fresh air Early rising thick boots and heavy water proofs. At present the principal feature of this plaice is the Frankfort Springs male and female Academy and Normal school prof. J. H. Veazy principal and prof. W. F. Purdy assistant principal. It is a Bright thriving school of about sixty scholars it is intended to be a classical Normal and commercial for both sexes. The principal and assistant Are Able and experienced teachers and succeed in imparting thorough instruction in every Branch they teach. The Academy is a regularly incorporated institution and is doing a grand work in preparing the Young of the neighbourhood for College and at the same time affording practical instruction to those who intend to teach. Considerable Pride is manifested by the villagers in the school and it is Well worthy of it. Young people who desire a thorough College preparation or practical Normal instruction would do Well to open a correspondence with the principal j. H. Veazy. This morning the mud has thickened to a considerable crust through the kind interference of Jack Frost and it is trying to Snow but is making a miserable failure. I must Quot close and try to gather together enough animal vitality to endure an eight mile buggy ride Over most unmerciful rough Road the my fifteen if Aero 1st Holton a. I 6 40 a m 1st soda works ac�?�.9.80 am Parnassus a. .m-40 a m Brady-8 Bend a. 3,25 pm 2d Holton a. 500pm 2d 8oda works ac.6.00 pm -3d Holton a. .8.50pin a special Sonday train leaves put Tsuboi. Sunday at 7.10 a a arriving at Parker at 1l95 a m. Returning leaves Parker at 4.40 p a and arrives at Pittsburgh at 8 35 p m. Quot _. 4 Church train to and from soda works sunday arrives at Pittsburgh at 9.50 a in and leaves at 19.50 pm. J f Lawrence Geni. Sopt. J. H. Bray ticket agent. Arrive. 8.35pm 6.15 am4.45 am 6.30 am 8.05 a m 2 10a m 10.30 a m 8.65 am 5.45pm 7.20 p m that he had nothing to depend on but his very modest . The result of All this was that he was requested to discontinue his visits. Kervel left or. Bigelow muttering threats of revenge. Miss Bertha seemed to care very Little about the breaking off of this flirtation with her Lover and in 1868 she was married to a merchant named Jou Vinet a Man of Means with whom she lived happily for a year. In june. 1869, her bus band returned one evening to his delightful country residence but to his astonishment did not find his wife in her apartments. He questioned the servants about the whereabouts of their mistress and they said that they had seen mme. Oui net walking in the Garden a Little before dusk. M. Jou Vinet searched every Nook of the Garden and the neighbourhood but not a Trace of his Beautiful wife was to be found. He sent out messengers in All directions but they returned without bringing any information. An examination of the lady a boudoir furnished no clue whatever As to where she might have gone. The husband passed a wretched night hoping every moment for his wife a return but morning dawned and she bad not yet come. He then sent for the police and several detectives began to look for the missing lady. They were unable to find any Trace of her after a protracted and patient search. Advertisements offers of Large rewards for information concerning her remained without result. Both the husband and father abandoned All Hopes of seeing her again and an impenetrable veil seemed to surround her Fate. Jou Vinet after mourning tor her loss for eighteen months applied to the court for an annulation of his marriage with miss in Bigelow and he was waiting for a rendition of the decree when on the 3d of november last an event of the most startling character occurred. He was seated in Bis counting room in the Rue Grande poring Over his Ledger when the door was suddenly opened and it veiled lady stepped in. She Drew tack her veil and displayed a Bronze face the features of which he knew Only too Well. In the next moment he rushed into her arms exclaiming a Bertha f Bertha a it rushed from behind a Shrub. In an instant they had blindfolded and gagged tier and carried her to a Carriage which rapidly drove off with her. Then she had become unconscious and when she awoke again she found herself in the Cabin of a ship which was rocking in the Waves. To her dismay Maurice Kervel was the first who entered her Cabin. He told her coolly that he had Long ago left the naval service of France and was now master of a bark in the Levant Trade. She then implored him to restore her to Liberty which he refused informing her at the same time that she would henceforth have to live with him at his Villa in the environs of Alexandria and he threatened to kill her in Case she attempted to escape her prayers her tears her despair were unavailing and trusting to meet by and by with an Opportunity to communicate with her folks she followed Kervel to Alexandria. The House to which he took her there was situated about three Miles from the City $ it was Well furnished and she was Well treated except that she was not allowed to leave the place. A very strict surveillance was kept Over her by the servants whose language she was unable to understand. Be began already to despair when Kervel one Day told her she must go with him up the Nile. Two Days afterwards he brought her to the country place of a wealthy egyptian Balan Bey and to her horror be found that Kervel had ceded her to him and that she was henceforth to be the inmate of an Oriental harem filled with egyptian and abyssinian women who looked with decided aversion upon the fair new Comer. For four months she endured All the horrors of this life when she was one Day introduced by Balan Bey to an elderly Man who was no other than Nuber pascha a noted egyptian Diplomatist and conversant with the French language. She confided herself to him and 1 6 immediately promised to restore her to her husband. A few Days after a a Ward she was on Board the alexandrian a for the part egyptian aug orioles. It Kervel is said to be quite a favorite of the. Khedive a and a Man of the Ost desperate character. Seipts Over expenditures and this with other data has convinced the committee and or. Cresswell that the two cent rate on our own letters will increase the receipts. Last year printed matter brought in Only $985,000 letter postage were l9,354,000i the printed matter weighed seventy times As much As the letters. The number of daily newspapers circulated in the country is 800,000,000 annually j weeklies 600-,000,000, and monthlies 100,000,-0�0. From thirty to sixty five tons daily Are sent out of new York alone three Days of the week. While the department should have received on printed matter transported $2,290,000, it Aid actually receive but $080,000, on account of the failure to collect postage. It is thought the matter can be reached by the prepayment plan in contemplation. To make prepayment possible at Large publication offices Are to have an agent to print the stamp of prepayment upon the whole edition sent. This however is not definitely decided. Or. Farnsworth chairman is the author of the Bill and is now engaged in putting it in final shape. Senators . Pennsylvania. 1 Harrisburg january 21.�?both Housea met in separate session to is afternoon for the election of a United states senator. Senator Cameron received the United support of All the Republican members and is therefore elected United senator for six years from the 4th of March next. Both houses meet together to Morrow to add up the votes and Issue certificates. Or. Wallacer Civ a the votes of the democratic members. Nevada. Virginia City nev., january 21.�? John f. Jones was elected United states senator to Day Over the present incumbent by a majority of eleven in the Senate and eight in the House. Kentucky. Frankfort ky., january 21.�?Hon. W. B. Machen was elected United states sep poor in lha legislature to Day. 1 Quot Newyork a to Fiche Miles on the handle again. Done to was term amp l081 we the explanations she gave him be surprised if my next note is headed a Pekin or thereabouts a As it All depends whether that boy who is on duty finds a Rabbit track or not just about train time. A a. Jay Benson a the House committee on elections has decided unanimously that Niblack Democrat is entitled to the seat from Florida and Walls coloured who has thus for held the seat and drawn the during nearly the whole of Congress must leave it. A a h while they sat locked in each others arms about her sudden and Long absence were so strange that even the Chr Niquer of the Marseilles Nouv Diste to whose pen we Are indebted for All these particulars confessed he had rarely met with anything More Roma Holcin his Long journalistic career. Mme. Jou Vinet stated that on the evening when she had been parted from her Feus Botn j she Haff gone into the Garden to breathe Little fresh air. All of a sudden aha had been seized by several men who state debt. From several gubernatorial messages recently delivered lays the new York times we take the following figures for the basis of comparison in regard to the proportionate Burden of the debts of various Eastern and North Western states. 1 the net funded debt of the state of new York is $25,386,725. According to the Cense be of 1870, the population of the state was 4,382, 759, so that the state debt represents a Burden of $5 79 for each individual Man woman and child of our population. The state of Pennsylvania has a debt of $16,521,029, which on a population of 3,521,769, represents a Burden per head of $4 69. The net funded debt of the state of Ohio amounts to $8,583,546. For a population of 2,665,260 this represents a Burden of $3 22 per Bead. The state of Wisconsin has a debt of $2,252,037, which for a population of 1,054,670 is a Burdea of $2 10 per Bead. The state of Michigan has a debt of $1,764.292, which for a population o f 1,184,059 is a Burden of $1 48 per head. The state of Nevada has a debt of $379,246, which for a population of 42,491 is a Burden of $8 91 per Bead. It will thus be seen that exclusive of the new England and Southern states the most populous and the least populous state in the Union appear to keep the Lead in the relative Burden of their indebtedness. The state of Illinois has practically no debt at All nor has the state of Iowa. The debt of the state of Indiana is a Little within four millions of dollars and represents a per capita Quot Burden of $2 34. Proposed postal chances. The House committee on Postoff Ces and Post roads on Friday morning decided to proceed with the preparation of the Bill requiring the prepayment of All newspaper postage and reducing letter postage to two cents. Postmaster general Cresswell was in consultation with the committee favouring both the proposed changes in the Law. The committee on pos offices w ill have a Bill for the prepayment of All printed matter and the reduction of letter postage to two cents ready next week and Are unanimous in support of it. The gradual reduction of foreign letter postage from Twenty four cents to six ceus has finally resulted in surplus re. United states senator the in the Senate .20 t Charles Wheaton 5 m the House inkling 92, Wheaton 29. The election in joint ses. Sien takes place to Morner. ,. 4 Illinois. V1 Springfield Iii., january 21bot�f branches of the Illinois legislature thi Forenoon balloted for United states senator in Senate the votes was Oglesby 32 Tija Bull 15, Coolbaugh 2. In the House the vote was Oglesby 83, Trumbull 60, absentees 11. To Morrow both houses will meet in joint session to confirm the election of Hon. Richard j. Oglesby. Wisconsin. Madison wis., january 21.�?the legislature this morning re elected senator Timothy o. Howe to the United states Senate the vote standing in the Senate 22 for Howe 9 for h. L. Palmer of Milwaukee in the House the vote was Howe 61, h. L. Palmer 35, Palmer himself voting for Hon. Charles a. Eld Ridge. The Harrisburg state journal thus refers to senator Rutan a senator Rutan gave notice the other Day that he intended to object hereafter to All suspension of Tbs rules to pass Bills and insist that the business of legislation shall take its course impartially according to the rules Laid Down for the government of both houses. If senator Rutan strictly adheres to Bis Resolution on the subject and we believe he will As he is a Man of great determination he will succeed in accomplishing much Good. The practice of suspending the rules is the source of nearly All the bad legislation which has so Long outraged the Public and defied the wishes of constituencies. In. This manner measures Are rushed through the legislature without discussion senators and representatives being deprived of the Opportunity to do their duty in examining subjects on which they Are called to vote. Let senator Rutan Poesiat in his proposed course and he will do the people a service not of temp accomplished by an individual legislator. A a another Good Resolution would be to insist on the printing of All Bills before they Are allowed to pass second Reading. Every Bill should be printed and placed upon the files of senators and representatives and no Bill allowed to pass which is not thus printed those who have private legislation in charge have ample time to prepare it so that it can be printed. If they do not do this their business ought to be thrown out.�?�. Re Quot a 1 a the Louisiana fusion legislature balloted for United states 9epato? with a Choice

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