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Country United States
State: Pennsylvania
County: Beaver County
Population: 299 (2000)
Density: 3217.2/sq mi
Settled 1804
Incorporated 1820
 
An Institution established by Rev. Thomas Huges in 1802. The academy was created as a "prep" school for college. Classes included languages, philosophy, and astronomy. The stone structure was built around 1806, making it one of the oldest buildings still standing in Beaver County.
 
3/18/1819 - 10/10/1886
An American soldier and physician who served as a colonel and brigade commander in the Union Army during the Civil War. He attended Greersburg Academy in Darlington from 1838 to 1840. After, he spent time in medical school in Pittsburgh.
 
ORDINANCES FROM DARLINGTON

Ordinance #287

An ordinance of the Borough of Darlington regulating peddlers, hawkers, itinerant merchants, and vendors of merchandise in the Borough; declaring it to be obnoxious and a business offensive to the inhabitants for those engaging in such pursuits to go in or upon private residences without having been requested or invited to do so, and providing penalties for the violations thereof.

Be it enacted and it is hereby enacted and ordained by the Town Council of the Borough of Darlington as follows:

Sec. 1.  That the practice of going in and upon private residences in the Borough of Darlington, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, by solicitors, peddlers, hawkers, itinerant merchants or invited to do so by the owner or owners, occupant or occupants of said private residence for the purpose of soliciting orders for the sale of goods, wares and merchandise, and/or disposing of, and/or peddling or hawking the same is hereby declared to be obnoxious and a business offensive to the inhabitants, and it is further declared to be a nuisance and punishable by summary of conviction.

Sec. 2.  That any or all persons violating the provisions of this ordinance or failing to comply therewith, shall, upon conviction thereof, in a summary proceedings before the Burgess or a Justice of the Peace of the Borough be subject to a fine not exceeding the sum of One hundred ($100.00) Dollars with costs of prosecution for each violation, and in default thereof, shall be subject to imprisonment as provided by the Pennsylvania Borough Code.  All fines shall be paid to the Treasurer of the Borough.

Sec. 3.  That the provisions of this ordinance shall not apply to the sale, or soliciting of order for the sale, of milk, dairy products, vegetable, poultry, eggs or other farm and garden produce as far as the sale of the commodities named herein is now authorized by law.

Sec. 4.  All ordinances or parts hereof in force at the time that this Ordinance shall take effect and inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

Sec. 5.  This ordinance shall take effect five (5) days after its advertisement in accordance with the law.

Enacted and ordained by the Town Council of the Borough of Darlington this 7th day of March, 1963.

J. C. Hagerman, President of Council

Attest: Gerald D. Zeh, Secretary of Council

I, the undersigned Mayor of the Borough of Darlington, do hereby approve the above Ordinance No. 287 this 7th day of March, 1963.

C. W. Myers, Mayor of Borough of Darlington

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