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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Anecdote of Joaepli II. I Many stories are related of tbe quaint humors of Joseph II, of Germany, and with all his foibles the spirit of humanity was bis over mastering genius. Tbe Emperor was one day walking alone upon a public promenade in Vienna, when he met a young woman who seemed to be in great distress. He spoke with her, and inquired the cause of her sorrow. She informed him that she was the daughter of a petty officer who had been killed in the Imperial service; that she and her mother had been for a time enabled to support themselves by their industry, but that they were now unemployed, and reduced to utter want. "Have you received no assistance from the government ?" asked Joseph. "None," replied the girl. "Why do you not apply to the Emperor ?" . . :^mi.;;Xg$ "Ah," was the reply, with a sad shake of the head, "such a step would be worse than useless." "Why so?" ~ "Because he is cold and stern, and cares nothing for us who are poor and unfortunate." "Why do you th...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

BBIDGEWATER. BOYD J. M. & CO., Millinery, Dressmaking, and Children's Clothing, opposite Hnrst's, Bridgewater, Pa. aprl9-72 ^ EVIS JOHN C, M. D., Snrgeon and Physician. Office, during the day, corner Bridge and Water streets; at night at his residence on Watei street. * ^ u?5 "°. . Y "~ OUNG J~ . Q., Baker and Confectioner, Market street. Bread and Rusk deliverrd. if desired. auS5"1'0 URST A.CT, dealer in Dry Goods. Hats and Caps, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Trimmings. Bridgestreet. jyM'TO rjTiLES & CO., dealers In Groceries, Provisions ISland Qnensware, Bridge street. _ Jy??'™. MULHKIM B., dealer in Carpets, Oil Cloths and Variety Goods, Bridge street. _Jy2^™_ P ~~ ORTERHAMES7_ desler in Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, and Iron Cistern Pumps. Brideejitreet ^ ^'W ^ BLATTNER C., manufacturer and dealer in Boots. Shoes.&c..Bridce street. au029-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

ROCHESTER. DONCA8TER HOUSE, opposite Railroad Station, D. Wolf, Proprietor. Pro Bono Publico. __ _ _ _ _. _ tn*»vlih1y_. OMITH, JOHN F., (New Store,) dealer m Gro-O ceries. Flour, Feed, Nails, Varieties and Notions, best qualities and lowest prices. New-Brighton and Washington streets, Rochester. aug2,72-ly |»K1&B1N MRS., Millinery, Fashionable ilress-\j making, and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, firtt door above Cross's store. New Yoris street. RochesterAPar< [oca7'71-ly rVpEYERER & SONS, wholesale .and retail deal (5 sit in Dry Goods, Groceries,. Flour, Grain Boat Stores, Iron, Nails. Water st.' oct7'70 ROSE W. A., M. D~ PHYSICIAN ANDSORGEON. sept23'70 OATMAN & CO.,7successors to Oatman, Parsons & Klnzer) dealers in all kinds of rough and dressed lumber. 8_t ?lti7!!_ BEISEL, Mas. M. L., dealer in Books, Statonery. Newspapers, Periodicals, Fancy Goods and Wall Paper. Diamond. sel6'7e_ EISEL H. B., dealer in Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware. Diamon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

BEATER FALLS. ) ! rpANNEY BROS.. House and Sign Painting, j _L Graining and Glazing in all their branches. ' Also Fresco Painting in Oil. Distemper and Water Colors. Orders executed on shoit notice, in the beet manner and on reasonable terms. Main St., Beaver Falls, Pa. [nov29-ly. o TEVENSON & WITTISH, Real Estate Agents. O All kinds ofReal property for sale and exchange. ] Northeast corner Sixth and Penn streets. Pittsburgh, Pa., and Main street, Beaver Falls. _______ sept23'70 BR ANCH B. W.. Manufacturer of and dealer in Boots and Shoes, Rubber Goods, Trunks. Sachets, &c. Wallace & Cuminings Block, Main itreet. sept23'7i* KING Mrs. £., Miliner and dealer in Dry Goods. Notions, Queens ware, &c. Corner Main and Baker st. sept23'70. DUNKEL W. W., manufacturer of and dealer in Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, &c. Corner Race and Main st's. sept23'70 C ~ IARKMbbTR. B.,iTealer in MUlineryTFancy Goods and Notions. Main st. seSO'TO*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

NEW BRIGHTON. B ON TON RESTAURANT and EATING SALOON.—Meals at all hours, table supplied with all the dolicacics ot tbe season. Prices low. William Strickland, corner of Falls acd Broadway. septao-ly. CAREY G, F., general dealer In Groceries, Feed, Oueensware, Glass, <fcc. Rags, Iron and Brass taken at highest prices. Railroad at. octal IEMEN GEO."~ F7, man^rtureroFCakes and Confectionaries. Particular attention paid to parties and wedding orders. oct7'70 ILLILAND A. D. ~ & Co., dealers in Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods and Groceries, Broadway sept23'70

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

FBEEDOIW. LOCKHART, Dr. J. R. _______ seSO'70 C OOPER T. lT, dealer in~ Drugs7 Medicines, Perfumery, &c. seSO'TO MERCER, PA. McCANDLESS & MILLER, Attornpys at Lav? Mercer, Pa. ja-Tl-ly VANPORT. CORNELIUS J. M. & CO*, dealers in general. Merchandise, Dry Goods. Groceries, Queensware, _c. Highest prices paid for country pro-; duce. Railroad street, Yanport.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

ROCHESTER. CHCRCRES. Episcopal—Services every Snnrtav at 11 a . Methodist Episcopal—Bev. T. S. Hodueon Pastor Services every Sun€ay at 10% a. _., and 7 p __ Sunday School at 2 p. m. Methodist Episcopal. (German', ; Rev. Miller Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10% a u »n*i p.m. Sunday School at 9 a.m. ' fl1 Lutheran—Roy. H. Keck.^ Pastor. i><iiv*t< er ery Sunday at 10H a. m., and 7 p. _. w,, School at 2 p. m. UWJ First German Erang. Lutheran, in ]>an-, Church—Rev. P. Bonn, Pastoi Service tsen other Sunday at 2 p.m. SunflaT School at lpj Catholic— Rev. Mr. Gnnkle. Priest. Sen-lccsci ery fourth Sunday of each mouth, at 10 a m »-a every Thursday at 8!-4 a. m. " * ASSOCIATIONS. Amaranth Lodge, I. O. _. T., y0 fi-r R Blanchard. W. C. T.; Emil Pmnli. \r i Meet> every Wednesday even'gin Conwj;V»I_:' Rochester Lodge, A. T. M.,$o. 2-29—J. 'h Fcdleton, W. M., John Conway, Sec'yv Meet-t^ Friday before full moon. Eureka, Chapter R. A. M.\ No. 167. meets tnMis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

BRIDCEWATER. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal — Rev D _ r. Pastor. Services every Sunday at ioV 7C ^'-J 7 p. m. Sunday School at 9 a m Yt '^^ Presbyterian-Rev. Jas. M. Shield.-. pa _t„, c«s every Sunday at 11 a. _., ann 6p« \ day School at 9% a. m. m' ***• Methodist Episcopal {Colored) — c a k Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a y f^i"1'7' p. m. Sunday School at 9 a m M'and ^ A.M. E. Zion (Colored}-Rev. Lyons, pa,.r? Senices every other Sunday at 11 1 m , • 7 P. M. •• ' ' tlQ k'< ASSOCIATIONS. Enota Lodge. 1. 0. G. T.. Xo.\Kl-vm\.mc ter, W. C. T., TUlie Moorhead, W. S me«. * , Friday evening in their hall above A v ull? Dry Good Store. ^Hur-.. Beaver Lodge, J. O. O. _• ^-0 »««_K ^\i McCabe,N.G., David Woodruff, Secretr",- _e.i every uesday evening. J' Uieej Harrison Graham Encamnrnfnt inn «• v 116-D. Shnmaker, C. P.. Wm. Morton If P* n Woodruff, Scribe, meets ist and &j Thursday c'vei tngs ol each month in Odd Fellon> Hall.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

PH1LLIPSB-RC. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal—Rax. Hnddlestou «- Services, 10H o'clock, and evening, b^ ot* Sunday School every Sabbath at 2 p. m. Lutheran—German— Rev. Mr. Bonn. rv. Services every other Sabbath atlOU J>c ^ c ,k \ Saboath School at 4 o'clock. ^dltfh_'V'tli.\ Jacobs, Pastor. Services avery other saun-iu 10". o'clock and Sabbath School at 2 o clofKPresbyterian-Rev. W. G. Taylor. Ch-ipln^ Pennsylvania Institute for Soldiers Ori<li:.ii. • * v!ces in Chapel at 2 o'clock, and latere in evening at 7 o'clock. Sabbath School at » o'clock.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

BEAVER FALLS. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal-_Jev. J. R. Roller. Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10>4 a. m. and 7tf p. m-_r«wiodi*t-Rev. J. F. Dyer, Pastor, serrict ; every Sunday at 11 a. _.. and 7 7 p. m. RF meeting every Wednesday evening, sown) SC_V€«*>yt«rui»i-^Rev. Albert Dilworth. Pastor. Set vices every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7 « **•• Sunday School every Sunday at 9H o'clockat earn place. T. Noble, Sup't. ; . United Presbyterian—Uev. J. I. Frflzier. pa«« Services on Sabbath at Wy. o'clock, a m and » r h. Sabbath-school at 2"4p m. ASSOCIATIONS. Beaver VaUeyLodge.A. Y. M., 478-Meets ever second and fourth Monday of each month n» H. Grim, W. M.j Wm. Bower, S. W.: J. L. B. W «on. S. W.; S. M. Hawkins, Trees;, Ch. Molter^ mHarmony Chapter, 206. Meets fir.-t Wniidn) e»c Sonth. B.A.»oble, H.P^ W.H.Grim. K.; A. To" linson, S.; P. Mart sol rTreas.; H. C. Patterjon. J* Vatuy Echo Lodge, I. O. 0. F., Ko. «9*-J* ] Boon. N. G.. James M. Nugent. Sec y. »ee every Thursday ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

A Huge Tunnel. We are apt to look upon tbe Hoosac tunnel as an engineering job of some magnitude, but there is another work of the kind in contemplation which, if completed, will reduce it to the second or third rank, in point of size. The James river and Kanawha canal, now partially completed, is to pass under tbe Allegheny mountains, the proposed tunnel for the purpose being over eight miles in length. The engineers estimate the cost of tbe completion of the work at thirty seven million dollars. At a very successful seance in Cincinnati, the other night, a man burst into tears when the medium described very, accurately a X&\\, blue-eyed spirit standing by him, with light side whiskers and bis hair parted in the middle. "Do you know him?" inquired a man at his side, in a sympathetic whisper. "Know him ? I guess I do," replied the unhappy man, wiping his eyes. "He was engaged to my wife. If he hadn't died he would have been ber husband instead ofone. Oh. George, Geor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

SO USE AJm FARM. Quantity of IttilH- for a Pound of Batter. An important inquiry in the purchase and sale of a cow, is tbe amount of butter-she will make per v'eek. This is a question often easier asked thaii answered—for ffhich there arfr various reasons; one being that the owner of a cow may not have the convenience for separating one cow's milk from others in the dairy, or if the experiment is tried it may be entrusted to careless or unscrupulous, or ignorant helps. It is therefore difficult to arrive at a correct result in this way; and we have found a much easier •a,, is tomeasure the cow's milk at Caeh milking,! which the owner, if jA. does not do the milking himself, m;iy stand by and see thoroughly d ,ne and accurately measured. All that is necessary, then, to ascertain the quantity per week, is to know the usual quantity of milk required tar a pound of butter. This "varies c{ course, in differen j animals and with different breeds; Dtft as an average, we should say,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

.Maxims for Horticulturists. The following paragraphs are j y/orthv of careful preservation) among the most valued rules that \ should govern a well regulated j farm: ¦ 1. When fruit trees occupy the i crouml nothing else should—except ¦ very short grass. „ I I 2. Fruittulness and growth of the . j live cannot be expected the same ; | year. - . ' .',. There is no plum that the cur-1 >' tuiio will not take, though any kind i .ii.iv sometimes escajpe for one year j in one place. ¦¦ \ !. Pear blight still puzzles the j greatest men. The best remedy ; known is to plant two for every one ' that dies. j 5. If you don't know how to l {.;. *¦ une, don't hire a man from the j other side of the sea, who knows less than you do. f>. Don't cut off a bi» lower limb u; less you are a renter and don't r iiv what becomes of the tree when - V'.ur time is out. 7. A tree with the limbs coming c u near the gronnd is worth two w-cs trimmed up five feet or four trees trimmed up ten...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Clean Your Cellars. A good cellar seems indispensible 1 -auus-c; but, my -friend, you had j '¦-Uer he without any than to keep a i -(,d one in a filthy condition. The - -'•:>«'r:il practice among people is to ' { iry to t}K. cellar all the musty 1 ',r'"eN and all the other thrash that 1 -tin.illy accumulates about a house. ,is is done simply to place these ;i i'cies out of sight. Now, recoli . ° ¦ & r i that a cellar is apt to become : <»r itself—the sun is obscured v ' the air moist; in addition the li u!f>, potatoes, cabbages and tur' :s decay more or less and load the i:w'th poison and odors. Now, * an must escape, and if you 11 drive it out it will force itperhaps in your house, and you v '} awake some morning to find ""' <>r more of your family suffering *ll'- ii»P«*.heria, scarlet or others 1 w'is, measles, and even sraall-pox. These diseases are all produced by "foul air" in the first place, but can be and are prorogated by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Clover. We are afraid of clover. We are afraid to feed it extensively, especially as a land feed; and afraid to plow it in. This is wrong; very wrong. We are constantly losing in many respects. Clover, if we could only impress the fact on the general farmer, is a plant that draws from the atmosphere and enriches the land. Other plants do this; but clover more. It has to do with the most vital and important elements in manure, nitrogen, the very thing that is the rarest and most difficult to obtain. It improves the soil by its roots alone,tif the crop is used for other purposes; this even if a seed crop is taken. How much more benefit then if a whole crop is turned down containing so much nitrogen? And you have the manure without working for it. The -fdant workfor it. The plant works for itself and for you. We get its strength from a free source, the atmosphere, the great store-house that gathers from all sources, but most from the energetic farmer_- And you can make this p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Waterproof Composition for Boots. One ounce of beeswax put into a tablespoonful of linseed oil and heated until the two are mixed and applied in a liquid state is an excellent remedy for leaky boots or -shoes. The pores of the leather should first be opened by the use of a little water, applied half an hour before using the mixture. It will harden on the leather, and should be held to a warm stove until it is absorbed. It softens and will not injure the leather, rendering the soles more durable. Boots or shoes treated in this'manner will turn snow water, however long they may be exposed to it. It does not interfere with polishing them.—JEfc. ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Children's Loaf Cake.—Five cups ot dough, two of sugar, one oi butter, ground caraway seed and two eggs. Line pans with buttered paper, bake as soon as light.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

npOJiEDO MUTUAL ? LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, TOLEDO, OHIO. ORGANIZED IN APRIL| 18 72. PAID UP CAPITAL j , 88130,000.00. __ ¦ __¦____• BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Hon. W. W. JONES Hon. C. H. SCRIBNER* Hon. C. A. KING, Hon. W. A. COLLINS WM. BAKER, F. J. KING, S. H. BERGEN, C. H. COY, C. L. LUCE, PERRY CRABBS. J. R.SW1GART, ROBERT CUMMINGS, JOHN CUMMINGS, L.T. THAYER, FRED EATON, J. R. OSBORNE, WAGER 8WAYNE, CLARENCE MORRIS, J. W. ROSS, E. W. E. KOCH, PELBG T. CLARKE, W. S. WAITS, CHAS. COCHRAN.*4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

OFFICERS. S. H. BERGEN, President. F. J. KING, Vice President. CHARLES COCHRAN, Secretary. J. F. ARI8, Assistant Secretary. W. W. JONES, Medical Examiner. WILLIAM BAKER, Attorney. THE TOLEDO MUTUAL WILL ISSUE ALL THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF POLICIES USUALLY ISSUED BY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, At tbe usual rates charged by other

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Reliable Companies. i i t i Those insured in this Company are permitted to travel by, the usual routes, to or Irom any portion of the Western Hemisphere, north of and including the United States, or to or from any portion of Europe, and to reside within said limits of travel, without extra charge. AN EXCELLENT FEATURE.

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