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Beaver Radical (Newspaper) - May 02, 1873, Beaver, PennsylvaniaThe Radical Friday May 2, 1s?3.the Beaver Radical. Smith Cortis. Spito. Bea Vlco Rah Friday morning May 2d, 1873. The Modoc and the Indian peace policy. The murder of general cabby and or. Thomas by the Modoc y when under the Protection of a Flag of truce raised at first a Universal cry not Only tor their extermination but for the destruction of All the other dangerous tribes of the West. The peace policy was denounced As a crime against civilization and tree pressure upon the government was great to sol Diers and bullets tor supplies and to wage a War to Effie equally put an end to the Indian disturbances by exterminating the _ evil doers themselves. But we hold that the peace policy is the True policy after All and that n it is founded upon Correct principles that the present difficulty with the Modoc did not justly Spring from it As effect follows cause. This policy has a been from the first and original and distinguishing feature of the present administration and the president who is tenacious of purpose Clear of perception and conscientious As to duty will not readily yield to the inconsiderate cry of the multitude and abandon to lbs at course which in the main has already produced substantial results and if adhered to will undoubtedly solve the vexed problem satisfactorily to the credit of the nation. Them Doos have some just ground for complaint they have been ill ubed some of their number have been massacred by the Whites in a treacherous manner they have been forced to remove from one reservation to another repeatedly denied the privilege of remaining amid the awful forms of nature with which Long acquaintance had made them familiar in their native Val Leys and rugged strongholds and finally when about to be driven from their Homes on lost River and being absolutely denied the to it up by the peace commissioners and general Volar Tiab ctr. Sing said tract As a reservation have turned on their enemies and made use of what seems to us in. Justifiable though to them legitimate Means to wreak their vengeance giving �10 mercy and evidently expecting none in return feeling no doubt that they had no rights that the White men were bound to respect the request of the Modoc to dwell on the reservation of lost River was not unreasonable in their View and we can cot eee Why if they were so tenacious about it it was not granted. If when so placed they continued to commit depredations and murders they could have been treated As amenable to Law and punished for their crimes justly. The Indian at his Best is a Savage naturally cruel treacherous turbulent and dangerous to the peace of the Community Bat nature made him so and placed him Here and we do not think these characteristics afford any reason Why he should be exterminated or shot Down like wild beasts. Undoubted 41 in regard to the treatment of the Modoc there is no alternative Bat Wei pundit i Hay the Pushe d to the bitter end. This Savage tribe Mast be subdued and made to keep the peace but it May be a difficult Job and somewhat costly. It is no time to consider whether it might have been avoided and to fix the blame where it belongs the Pioneer settlers of the West must be protected in their lives and property but the War should be carried on in a Christian spirit and not in imitation of the Savages. There should be no cruel and wholesale massacres no murdering of defenceless women and children no War of extermination unless absolutely necessary to safety and future Security. Whatever is necessary ought to be done and no More and if possible the general peace policy of the government saved in regard to the other tribes. Let the hand that govern these untutored men of the mountains and Plains be firm and open that they May be taught to obey Laws and respect the pow ers that make and the authority that executes them. Demand of Western Farmers. The contest now going on Between the Western Farmers and the railroads in regard to cheap transportation has created wide discussion and produced a profound Ingres Siouan the minds of thinking men. The Farmers complain that the profits of their Industry it Are consumed by the great Railroad corporations that while com is Worth seventy four cents in new York they realize Only fifteen cents the railroads fifty nine. It does not yet appear that the Railroad charges1 Are higher than a fair compensation for the work performed but whether the charges be excessive or not the fact still exists that the Farmers cannot realize by reason of the High rates of transportation a Hying Price for their products. Their complaint is Earnest and their movement towards Reform is taking s practical shape that foreshadows very startling und Radical changes in our governmental met Boot. Genera Grant in Bis inaugural struck the key note of the present great demand of the country when he recommended the attention of Congress to the subject of obtaining cheaper Means of transportation Between the West and the East. Under the present system there is a great army of non producers men engaged in the necessary business of exchanging products Between different sections of the country and this army is supported by heavy taxation upon the articles transported until the Harden upon both the consumer and producer is greater than can be patiently borne. The Farmers cannot understand Why the rates of freight should be so High and a re therefore organizing a warfare against the great Railroad monopolies their extortionate practices their tyrannical role and seem determined to wage the War to the bitter end if necessary in order to obtain a Reform. The end which the Farmers have in View cheaper freights is a sound policy it is by the race is passing away it has j identical in spirit with the policy fulfilled its Mission a new order of of Protection that now rules the a men is succeeding to their places tand occupying their Homes All of which the indians seem to realize and lament. Their Fate is a sad one a / and were we in their circumstances we might resist the Advance of Progress even More savagely than they. The a shite Many a judgment of the indic is biased to him he appears useless and in the Way and he think8.be ought to be Content if he has where to sleep and enough to eat that he has no right to his native soil and the wild Hunting grounds Over which he has been Yoou stored roam Tegt he should yield to Trike pioneers of civilization and give Typ his Broad acres to the axe plow and Hoe Anji Al part into a strange , or if a unwilling and obstinate to be shot Down in cold blood mercy air Al in the name of Liberty. This is the opinion of to 4any, and leads to Png ustice and cruelty. The a it each tag amp by is opposed to this Riewer and 8 based upon human a Christian principles consistent wife a boated rights and with the $,a-4b�tje tendency of the age. And so distribute equally the population Over the whole country8 Farad possible and by Litber method the complaints it of the Farmers vanishes. Probably by both Means the result will be reached. Cheaper freights Mast and will be obtained in some Way the welfare of the country clearly demands this Reform and it will hereafter in Bur opinion become a leading political Issue. The railroads have been of immense use in developing the cd entry they Are Worth Mono than they have Cost and Are destined to work yet greater benefits but they should not be run in the interests of a few against Tiemanjr or of enrich great corporations at Quot ithe expense of the Prosperity of the people. If the re to a of fare and freight Are much higher than is necessary to furnish a sufficient indo Meto manage run and keep up the railroads then they should be reduced to the basis of paying a certain percentage and expenses and no More. Gen. Grant has Takeh the Lead of the Farmers on this subject and asked the Aid of the government towards furnishing cheaper transportation Between the West and the Seaboard. More attention to this important subject doubtless will be Given next Winter in Congress and we Hope to see some solution of the problem then begun at least. Ocean cables have be oboe common and belaying of a flew one across the Atlantic has ceased to attract general attention but yet it is a event of great importance. The great Eastern Wili Quot arrive in new York in a few Days for the purpose of laying another Cable but this time from new a amp a to England. If the Enterprise is successful the new Cable will probably be in working order some time this summer. Political. Of Protection nation. Whatever cheapens freight tends to bring together the producer and consumer in order that each May enjoy the fell rewards of his own labor. Protection stimulates Industry and causes manufactories to Spring no in every Section which become Home markets for the Farmers produce but cheap transportation accomplishes the same end and affords the advantages of amp More diversified Industry. The Farmers demand therefore is patriotic and in the interests of the a a a. A future welfare of the whole country but the Means by which the much desired result. Is to be gained Are not yet evident. The Effort of the free traders. To capture the movement in the interest of the a cafe cratic party is hot Only foolish in the extreme but illogical/�?�7 the tendency of free trap is to remove further and further the producer from the Constiner but this distances the very. Difficult it the Canses a a All the Tjon he. Either Lessen Behi grates of freight or Foster and nourish manufactories a general Butler is announced to be a candidate for governor of Massac Shelts and is said to be confident of election. A the Wisconsin legislature has raised the salary of supreme court judges in that state to $5,000 per annul. A a j. Cromer has been chosen representative Delegate to the Republican state convention from Fulton county. A Blanton Duncan of Louisville is out with another card. Like a sin he must carry a Stock in his sleeves. A the name of senator my Clure is mentioned in connection with the democratic and Liberal nomic Tion for mayor of Philadelphia. A senator Alcorn according to sundry Mississippi papa is has made a Public speech in advocacy of Grant s re election in 1676 for a third term. A William Coates Esq., of Millvale Borough Allegheny county is announced As a Candy amp the for a nomination for ass amp a try on the Republican ticket. A the Norristown Register runs no the names of Hendricks end Hancock at democratic candidates for president and vice president in 1876. A Daniel Ramey of North Mahoning township Indiana county pa., is a candidate for Assembly subject to the decision of the Republican primary election. A the Republican county committee of Crawford county will meet in Mead Ville on May the 8th, to attend to Busi Ness of importance. A there will be a meeting of the re. Publican county committee of Lawrence county at the Cochran House new Castle May 10th. A there Are five Republican candidates in Butler county for nomination for Assembly ten for treasurer and three for commissioner. A or. Howard j. Potts will be a candidate for the legislature in the seventh District. Or. Potts served two years ago in the lower Branch with much credit. A the Massachusetts labor reformers will hold a mass convention in Boston May 29th, to decide whether they will nominate a state ticket for the next election. A Hon. S. Quay Secretary of the Commonwealth has appointed mrs. Susan h. Willard a widow lady of Beaver county As temporary clerk to transcribe the Laws of 1872, under the provision of the appropriation act. A the 8tate> Board kit of canvassers of Connecticut have returned the official vote cast at the recent state election. The total vote for governor was 86,881. Ing Reou Democrat received 45,059 Haven Republican 39,245 Smith Temperance 2,541 votes with some scattering. Log Ersoll a majority Over All is 3,227, and his plurality Over Haven 5.8�4. The democratic Ciliate ticket is elem pod. By an average majority of about la Oor a leaving out the treasurer. Ray , for treasurer has 43,527 Yotes spa kick ols Republican for treasurer it a 40,887. The Temperance candidate and other scattering have 2,528, wac ice. Added to Nicol statute elects Raymond by q majority of 12. Ltd a the Republican county convention Ftp Hester will meet attest Chester pa., in monday May the 6th for the purpose of Quot electing state convention a senator Morrill of Vermont has handed his share of the Back Over to the treasurer of the state of Vermont to be applied to the redaction of the state debt. Or. Roosevelt of new York has Given his share to the commissioners of education. A As the state senators to be elected m Iowa next october says the Chicago Tribune will take part in the election of amp United states senator by the legislature it is Given out that general Belknap now Secretary of War aspires to succeed judge Wright in the term beginning in 1877. A it is reported in Phi Ladelpha that col. John w. Forney is to be. Run for sheriff by the Reform association. The sheriff Ltd of that City is one of the most lucrative offices in the country a term therein being regarded and equivalent Toa Fortune. A Hon. Schuyler Colfax says he does not wish to go Back to Congress or to accept office of any kind that for the first time in Twenty years he belongs to his family and himself instead of to the Public and hat he enjoys the rest and quiet it gives him too Well to consent that this ownership shall be changed. A a a a a a a the Huntingdon pa., Monitor mentions the following candidates for state senator in that District sex senators Crawford and Petriken col. Selheimer of Mifflin and p. Gray Meek of Center on the Grant Parish ticket and capt. . Blair and Gen. Lane of Huntingdon on the Republican. A a a the Belfonte Republican asks Quot shall John h. Orvis Esq be re elected ? what has he done for the tax payers during Bis first term a and the Altoona Tribune answers. Quot Jobo h. Orvis Esq made not a few speeches during the late session of the legislature and no single one of them is of record that would not put to Blush an ounce of laudanum As a born orifice. Of the Possession of that Quality is esteemed a Mark of Merit in a Public Man in Centre county or. Orvis ought certainly to be a a a Harrisburg special to the Philadel. Psia bulletin of monday says Quot the Canvas for state treasurer on the re pub Licau Side has been a decidedly Short one. Russell Errett has been disposed of by continuing him As chairman of the state Centra committee thus leaving in the Field but two competitors Robert w Mackey and Samuel Henry. The latter is a Young and Active Republican who has Lor the past two session represented in the lower Branch of the legislature. Cambria county a democratic stronghold. He does not expect to compete successfully with or. Mackey this time but simply desires his name to go before the Conven lion so that he will have a foothold in the next a a the Pittsburgh sunday Timet says although we Bave not seen thet cards we understand that All the members of the late House of representatives will be candidates for renomination with a slim. Chance for some of them. We have heard of no opposition so far to the City representatives and Wain Wright by for the representation from the county there is destined to be an Ani mated contest. Or. Ramsey a aspirations in Allegheny City will be of tested by Alfred Slack Esq an sex member and now president of the common Council. In the District North of the Rivers messes. We. Coates of Mulvane Borough and Robt. S. P Mccall of Taren turn Are in the Field against h. K. Sample. 8outb of the Rivers a and James w. Ballantine will Bave opposition in Alderman Martin Shaffer and others. Between the Rivers it is understood will have no opposition but there is no telling what May happen Between now and the Coo Nealion. A it is pretty Cone Iasi vely settled that the next legislature will be largely Republican. The Scranton Republican says a it is not probable that the next state Senate will differ from the last one to its political complexion. 01 the eleven senators whose term9 have expired three a Are republicans and eight democrats. The republicans Are w. B. Waddell of Chester and Delaware District. George h. Anderson of Allegheny and George h. Delamater of Crawford All Strong Republican districts which Are morally certain to return republicans. The democrats whose terms have expired Are David a. Nagle of Philadelphia Jesse , of Bucks j. Depuy Davis of Berks we. Randall of Schuylkill Edwin Albright of Lehigh and Carbon a. H. Hill of Union Northumberland Perry and Snyder d. Crawford and r. Bruce Petrikin of Centre Jun Iala Mhz in and Huntingdon. Several of the districts represented by these dem Prats Are somewhat doubtful and Ted a by a cd Are that in at least two of Obein re pull. Cans May be elected next fall. Schuylkill is one of the Uncertain counties politically and if the rep bucans nor Nabate the right mho he will doubtless Quot by elected. The last Senate stood eighteen republicans fourteen democrats and one Liberal. We Dowiot meow it is possible for to have less thin High teen in the. Next Senate nud nnder1 no Circum Stoces can they Tom control of that body even Shoult Craw Ford county carry ont a be deafened revolt age list Peru in politic Hans vrho Are now a r v. A the Hon. Jonathan Allison of Washington county present Republican member of Assembly for this District we for re nomination a a a the Berks and Schuylkill journal say8 we learn that Soutor Davis will be a candidate for re election. His seven cont Ihnots years of testing finished service in that capacity have Given him a Strong hold upon the Good wishes of his party Many of whom we understand have expressed a desire for his re nomination. Or. Davis will sail for Europe to Day and be absent for a few months when he will return to engage actively in the Senatori-aicanva59. His principal competitor for the nomination will be Daniel Erfe Trout Esq., who it will be remembered received a handsome vote in a previous contest with or. Davis for the same place. The 8enatoriajfight promises to be vigorously contested. I. A the Tell of congressmen who decline to receive Tho 4,Back of five thousand Dowlais each is still growing. Already it dumbers Between thirty Ana forty senators and representatives including Monroe Upson a Sprague Shellabarger and Van Trump of Ohio Willard and Morrill of Vermont Hawley of Connecticut Hoar esty and Wilson of Massachusetts Swann and Merrick of Maryland Bayard of Delaware Wheeler Merriam Roosevelt Etc h. Roberts w. R. Roberts Perry Potter and Fenton of new York Wilson of i Indiana Hawley and crabs of Illinois. Wright and Cotton of Iowa Ramsey of Minnesota Corbett of Oregon and Townse fid of Pennsylvania. Prom Philadelphia. Constitutional convention sea Villa Stock company a Graceful treatment of coloured liable a Centennial meeting the bad eat can a air. W. A Bladen Resolution. A a Corr be Poydence of the Radical. I Philadelphia april 21,1878. The work oif the constitutional convention is under Way again the members being fully determined to hurry things up As rapidly As consistent with judicious legislation. Two sessions Are held daily from 10 of clock a. Until i p. M., and again from 3 p. Until 5 p. There Are some vacancies from death and resignation among the members but 4be officers of the convention remained unchanged. Or. Meredith is again it Bis seat. Hon. D. L. It brie a very Napoleon of executive ability has Hie corps in Active service and himself always at his Post. Or. Imbrie is a thoroughly eff Cimeot officer and most conrteou8 gentleman or. A. T. Parker of Jersey 8hore, is another most i efficient officer. During the illness of Hon. John l. Linton he discharged Alobe All the duties of the transcribing room a service As creditable to his head As to Bis heart. Or. Linton is again at work More Active than Ever though still suffering from the effects of his Accident. We see by the sunday papers that be has recently been elected Secretary of the sea Villa Stock company a position he is eminently calculated to adorn As they say of the ladies. But seriously this sea Villa Enterprise promises to be a great Success. It is a new tittering place on the Jersey coast about twelve Miles from Cape May. A Branch Railroad is in process of construction and hotel buildings will be completed this summer. Or. Miller the president of the company belongs to the oldest and wealthiest family a of Cape May county and is familiar with All the capitalists of the sur rounding country. Or. Linton who has for years been intimately connected with Many of our Public enterprises and has a Large and influential acquaintance throughout the country is doubtless just the Man to be in charge of such an undertaking. But enough of the convention. I wrote you last week that the coloured ladies of Philadelphia had organized themselves to give Aid to the Centennial commission. But alas and a Lack for social Equality the White feminine declined to fraternize and said the Blacks must work by themselves. The coloured women refused to work out of their own wards and their fairer Sisters took away their boobs telling them they were Only asked out of compliment at any rate so bad better quit. Then the funny part comes in. Is it a compliment to be let ask per pie to give their Money and to be permitted to give your own it is Only right to say Here that Ever since the emancipation of the negro race their women Bave shown a determination to stand up for their rights that is infinitely creditable to their sense of individual dignity. When the male principal of the coloured High school went As minister to Hayti no coloured Man could be found the equal of miss Jackson to mathematical and classical attainments the position was offered of her at one half the salary or Basset received but she declined taking a cent less than had been paid to her predecessor. In other Colora de schools the same thing has happened Over and Over again but our. Female american citizens of african descent Bave Al ways come up to time and Gener. Ally won . For my part l cannot po83jbly 8ee what harm one or two coloured women would have done has bed to the committee of each Ward but women have we Little to control Traat Faey most he pardoned for As in just exe Rdse of temporary authority on saturday night these ladies had a Centennial meeting at the Academy of we no. Music non which occasion or. Jam m. Boyde of Montgomery county a speech and subscribed five he cd r i dollars. Tifis Jug the Gal member of the constitutional convention who made the indecent remarks women when their rights to theclectij1 franchise was discussed. He then stated that As women of forty lost All attracts for men All spinsters of that age should by permitted to vote. / some idea of the moral obliquity of our population May be found from the fact that two men have recently been arrested for stealing human hair. What will they come to next when they now steal the hair off your head. The Radical club has been advocating the cause of the peace society and in Koine resolutions offered in fun meeting on wednesday last by mrs. W. L. Bladen petitioned the executive to delay the punishment of the helpless women and child Ren of the Modoc. Some of the Dai. By and sunday papers who have Nerer had any of the advertising of the club or citizens suffrage association have taken this Opportunity to pitch into both most severely. But when even so conspicuous a Leader of Public sentiment As the a or adj. Cal is so uncompromising to the red Man we suppose it Isa Case of a hit him a a no a Man named Mcnamara has been improving on the emotional insanity business. About twelve years ago his Wile got amp divorce from him five years since she married or. Fry. On saturday night Mcnamara tried to murder both succeeding in inflicting dangerous wounds. Generally the Loving divorce Only kills one party but this fellow wanted to out her of Herod so tried both. Our Wea tier is Clearing off Spring goods Are in All windows though not yet in the streets. The celebrated Almee opera by Ufie company will appear every evening this week and on saturday afternoon at the Academy of music. Some Beautiful verses to mrs Oats by Conny of Bryan whose real Dame is j. Trainor King of the sunday Dawn have been attracting a great Deal of attention. Any woman might feel Happy to have such pretty things said of her in such a charming manner. Ezzil. Roche stub april 28, 1873. Editor Beaver Radical As a weather prognosticator i so a decided failure. A few weeks ago i concluded that Spring with Herb amp my breezes had overshadowed us with her Beautiful wings calling for dormant nature to assert her rights and beautify our earthly heritage. But How sadly i was mistaken in my predictions As the weather has taught us in the last two weeks Cloudy Chilly Rainy and disagree each a without intermission. But Why should we murmur when our heavenly father does All things for the Best. He will cause Spring to come in her loveliest and grandest attire when he in his All Wise Providence sees fit. We As hi9 children should not complain if our grains Are not planted our gardens not cultivated or our Flowers not Blooming As soon As they were last year. Remember his omnipotent Eye beholds All things. Interesting local item in this place Are on a with Angels visits few and far Between. I would like to know How to get up a first class sensation without injuring or offending any one. Could not some Man fall Down Staire just for my Benefit and not Hurt Liim Selt in the least but a a bust his plug hat a it a to ssh a anything at All gentlemen so it is news. By the Way we attended a wedding one evening last week at the office of a Squire Marks and in Justice to the a Squire i must say that he tied the in a very solemn and impressive manner. Young folk9 with intentions to enter this holy state will do Well to Call upon him As he can officiate in a style satisfactory to All parties concerned. Or. Marks is one of our most respected and esteemed citizens having recently commenced the practice of Law in this place. We bespeak for him the business of our citizens and a Bright and Brilliant future. Your correspondent had a delightful t rip to Homewood amp few Days ago. Of such Beautiful roads for a horse and bog by. I am not naturally wicked but before i got to Brighton i was compelled to utter a few silent ejaculations. But from Beaver Falls to Homewood was the a a softest Road i Ever travelled. Such pretty yellow mud and such great quantities of it. I was really surprised to see How prodigal the people were in the country and especially in Chippewa township to have such an immense amour t of Friendly mud that a is tickets closer than a brother a lying so invitingly on the Road. When will Wiir township supervisors a proper attend Ion to the roads under their care in the fall of the year when the ground is dry Why not make roads High in the Centre with a gradual slope of either Side and proper draio9 at the sides of the Road to carry off the water i am confident that taxpayers in this co hey Are willing to for Good roads. They would rather a few cents mom than to have the very heart strings pulled out of their horses and their wagons broken of sue abominable roads As we have at present. Some Quot sap head Quot has had Bis corns pinched by something i said through your paper at least a he comes out with a highly grammatical and carefully punctuated article in the conservative. Come again if you wish i am fishing for sur a is co Oak

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