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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1824. JACOB B. HUBLEY. AtSX. F. BAT. JACOB B. HUBLEY & CO., CONFECTIONERS, LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ICE CREAM AND DINING ROOMS. Library Building, 195 Penn Avenue, PITTSBURGH, PA. fjaSl-ln

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

; IMmtofg. *" ^^eSBNV^WviK ESH^^^ President Judae-A.yt. Acheso™ Associates—Milton Lawrence. ''b.« ,J°sfPh<>-Wilson. Prothonotary—John Caughey Clerk of Courts-John C. Hart <8ft«iir-John Graebing. $&Uter* ^JW^'-r-DaTius Sincieton lYeasvrer—Charles P. Wallace °^ Commissioners—Joseph Brittain Hu?h un°s-Clerk of Commissioners-John MciJ„^. Counsel to Oommssioaners-UenrvUi : Corontr-liww Cprbus. nemy ***<*. Auditors—Jib. H. Christy. Smith Curtis. T* Wm. C. Hunter. District Attorney^. H.McCreer* County Surveyor-a. m: DaugaettV Jury CommissUmers--Jna^^l^ Directors of th\t i%or-Robm Cook, ..BirMnBeed, Trustee* of Academy-i). *™^* S-JCrowT7" John Murray faauelMa^W Henry HicTI' --.;--.':. .MatU6onDarfe»b, --.:, ..SA.'Sf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

FREEIMKU. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal Church— Rev.K.B.Webrter, Pastor. Services every other Sunday at W% k. l and alternate Sundays at 7 v. u. Sunday Schod at 9 a. M. M. E. German—Be\. Mr. Zerkel, Pastor. Strices, alternate Sundays at 10Ji a. u. Sunday School at 9 a.m. ^ ' Presbyterian—Rev, Wort man, Pastor. 8er* ces every Sunday at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Snadsj School at 9 a. x. German Lutheran—'Rev. Mr. Bora, Pastor. Services every other Sunday at 10 a. ».. and altera'. Sundays at S F. V. Sunday School at 9 a. k.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

NB"W BRIGHTON. CHURCHES. Jfriends—Meetmg at 11 a. m. every Sunday. Catholic—Rev. J. C. Bigham, Priest. Services 1st, Sd and 6th Sundays each month at 10ft a. l Sunday School every Sunday at 3H p. ». Church Of God—Rev. McEee, Pastor. Sovices every Sunday at 10 a. «., and 7 p. a. Sands; School at 8U a. m. Baptist—Rev. Dr. Winters, Pastor. Serrtcee e> ery Sunday at 10 a. m. and 7 f. m. Sunday Schod ^mited Pre*byteruin~-Rev. A. G. Wallace, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10}i a. m. and 7r«. Sunday School at 8tf a. ». 0 8 Presbyterian—Rer. B. C. Cntchlow, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10H a. m. and 7 r. i. Sunday School at 8*4 a. m. Episcopal-Rev. J. P. Taylor, Rector Servlcei at lOVi a' m. and 3 p. m. Sunday School at 9H *• »• Seats free, and all are cordially invited. Wrst Methodist Ch*rch-Bev. F. S. Crowthev Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10 a. n.aia» p m Sunday School at 8H a. k. Methodist Episcopal-Rev. J. R. Mills-, Paster. Servicesevery Sunday at 10 a. b. and 7 p. »...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

ASSOCIATIONS. yew Brighton Lodge, I. O. G. T., to. 301-B " Alexander, W. C. T., Lydia E. Johnson, W. S. Meets every Thursday evening. Robertson Lodge, I, O. O. P., ATo. 450-Hewj Lloyd, N. O.i N. G- Taylor, Secretary. MeeJ every Monday evening. Union Lodge. A. Y. M., No. 25')-R. L. MacGow an, W. M., R. Covert, Secretary- Meets let and?« Tnesdays of each month. National Bank Beaver County—John Miner, nea dent, Edward Hoops, Cashier, Broadway. Banking Bouse—R. E. & H. Hoones, Broadway. Young Men's Library Association—Joscpb Beetley, President; Hiram Piatt, Secretary. Mcei every Friday evening.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

BEAVER FALLS. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal—Rev. J. R. Roller, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10V4 a- =». and 1% p, m. Jf«/iodi«t-Rev. J. F. Dyer, Pastor. &«£«* every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7 7 p. m. rraj" meeting every Wednesday evening. snD0,J school at 24, m. „ ^ . e.j. Presbytertan—Rev. Albert Dilvrorth, Pastor, services every Sunday at 11 a. m., and !(i';* Sunday School every Sunday at 9H o'clockatean* place. T. Noble, Bup't. * . ta United Presbytertan—Rev. J. I. Frazier. paw-Services on Sabbath; at 10H o'clock, a M anfl«» r m. Sabbath-school at 2H_p h. ASSOCIATIONS. . rer1 Beaver Valley LMge ^ A, Y. Jf., 478-Meetf e«r? second and fourth Monday of each montn. * » Pateman. W M' J L B Dawson, S W; S M Hawfenw. J W; Henry HilL Treas; Ch. Molter, Sec. . Harmony Chapter, 206. Meets first "™W%Z month. B.A.Noble, H.P^ W.H.Gxim. K.; A. T«nlinson, S.; P. Mjfttsolflteas.: H. C. ^tterson. Se|^ VaUey BkhoLfae, I. O. 0. F., No. «*-* • "£ Boon. IS. G.,^me» M. Nugent, Secy. Meeu ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

NASBY. A Temperance Lecture at tlie Comera-Bow Mr. Bascom Attempted to Kill Hl« Inflnence [From the Toledo Blade,] CONFEDRTT X ROADS, V <Wh!ch is in the State of Kentucky, j-Februarj 20,1873. J The Corners is waggin on ez yoo£fual. Deekin Pogram, bress his old son), is the ?ame kind, genial, old man that be alloz wuz. But time bez plowed deep ttarrers to his cheeks, and the tetch uv his frosty fingers bez whitened his hair, and -chilled the warm currents uv his.blood. Bat tfee Deekin iiresined. A more philossifi--cal sacber Iaever knowd. Se sez that age bez its advantages, ez wefl-ez its disadraniages. Troo, his blood is colder 'titan in yoctfe, but ez a compensashen he hez to 'drnrk more lrkker. The pleas* ore vrv takin the warm in flooids more than compensates for the disadvantages tiv age. '"But,"" sed I, "sposin <yoor finances and iBascsonT* crooelty won't permit you yoor regter supplies." ""There is the silent toomb for me," sed ne, "there is death." "Afte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

A DETECTIVE'S STORY. A little episode in tbe life of Detective Becker, of Newark, reads like a novel writer's story. Mr! B. was ordered to. Fort Wayne some time ago to work up a counterfeiting gang. After much trouble he succeeded in getting admitted to the gang under the name of "Dutch Jim." Tbe Newark Courier telbr the rest: Their headquarters were in one of the cemeteries, where they met nightly, and a partly opened3 grave in an obscure part of the burial ground contained tbe spoils of not only tbe result of the counterfeiting, but of a number of bold robberies committed by the gang. The detective worked bis case well, and was astonished to find that several ot the gang were well known citizens and members of churches. Had the gang once suspected the true character of "Dutch Jim," that shrewd and cunning fellow's life would have been the forfeit. Different ones ot tbe gang were arrested, and always "Dutch Jim'> was one of the party "copped," but he managed (always ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

CHAMBERLAIN INSTITUTE AMD FEMALE COLLEGE, RaMofyli, Cattarams Coitj, N, Y, ' The new Boarding-hall (worth $&Q,000.00) is finished, famished, and occupied. This school is well endowed, and placed upon an enduring basis. Its large property enables the Board to offer great advantages at small cost. . Total Expenses for Term of Fourteen ^Weeks, Only $82. The Spring Term opens March 35. For catalogue address fc81-5t Biv. J, T. BD WARDS, A. M., Principal.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

FREEDOM. LOCKHAKT, Db. J. R. se30'70 OOPEB T. L., dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Ac. se30'70 FIERCER, PA. McCANDLESS Jfc MILLER, Attorneys at Law Mercer, Pa. 1«6'Tl-ly p IRARD HOUSE, CORNER NINTH * CHESTNUT STREETS PHILADELPHIA. H. W. KANAOA, deell'fi8:lT Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

BEAVEB FALLS. TANNEY BROS., House and Sign Painting, ¦ Graining and Glazing in ail their branches. Also Fresco Painting in Oil, Distemper and Water Colors. Orders executed on short notice, in the best manner and on reasonable terms. Main St., Beaver Fallg, Pa. [noy2!My. STEVENSON A WTTT1SH, Real Estate Agents. All kinds of Real property for sale and exchange. Northeast corner Sixth and Penn streets. Piitsbureh. Pa., and Main street, Beaver Falls. , f ' geptSS'TO ING Mrs. &., Miliner and dealer in Dry Goods. Notions, Qneensware,&c. Corner Main and Baker st. septa3'70. DTJNKEL W. W., manufacturer of and dealer in Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Ac. Corner Race and Main st's. septa3'70 CLARK Mks. R. B., dealer in Millinery, Fancy Goods and Notions. Main st. seSO'70

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

NEW BRIGHTON. BON TON RESTAURANT and-EATING SALOON.—Meals at all hours, table supplied with alt the delicacies ot the season. Prices low. William Strickland, corner of Falls sxd Broadway. septao-ly. : f ' ARKY 4&, F., general dealer tn Groceries, Feed, Oueenaware, Glass, Ac. Rage, Iron and Brass taken at highest prices. Railroad st. octal IEMEN GEO. F., manufacturer of Cakes and Confectionaries. Particular attention paid to par ties and wedding orders. octT70 GILLILAND A. D. A Co., dealers is Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods and Groceries, Broadway* septSS'70

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

ROCHESTER. DONCASTER HOUSE, opposite Railroad Sutton, D. Wolf, Proprietor. Pro Bono Publico. [novl5-ly SMITH, JOHN F., (New Store,) dealer in Groceries,! Flour, Feed, Nails, Varieties and Notions, best qualities and lowest prices. New Brighton and Washington streets, Rochester. angS,72-ly ORISBIN MRS., Millinery, Fashionable Dress-13 making, and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, first door above Cross's store. New York street, RocbesterJPa. [oc2T7l-ly S PEYERER & SONS, wholesale .and retail deal err in Dry Goods, Groceries,] Flour, Grain. Boat Stores, Iron, Nails. Water st. oct7'70 OSE W. A., M. D., „ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. sept83'70 OATMAN A CO., (successors to Oatman, Pareons * Klnzer) dealers in all kinds of rough and dressed lumber. selfl'TO CHROPP CHAS., manufacturer of and dealer in *dbtfU&M8& mMb s&g J OHNSON W. W.; dealer in Carpets. Oil Cloths, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Trunks and Variety Goods, cearRR depot. sel6'70 TBFFLRR A CLARK, proprietors o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

BRID6EWATER. MOLTER, J.-C, Market street. BrWgewater, dealer in COAL from Bank ¦tfeg«$£gf8 OYD J. M. A CO., MllUnery, Dressmaking, and Children's Clothing, opposite Hurst's, Bridgewater.Pa. aPrl97a LEVIS JOHN C, M. D., Surgeon and Physician Office, during the day, corner Bridge and Water streets; at night at his residence on Watej street auga .u HURST A. C, dealer in Dry Goods. Hats and Caps, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Trimmings. Bridge street. _„ Jy»W S E TTLES A CO., dealers in Groceries, Provisions and qn^nsware. Bridge street. iy29'70 MULHEIM B., dealer in Carpets, Oil Cloths and Variety Goods, Bridge street. jy29"70 ORTERTJAMES, dealer in Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, and Iron Cistern Pumps. Bridge street. iJW™ BLATTNER C, manufacturer and dealer in Boots. Shoes. Ac.. Bridge street. au029-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

ROCHESTER. CHURCHES. Episcopal— Services every Sucday at 11 a m Methodist Episcopal-Rev. T. 8. Hodgson.Paeto-Services every Sunday at 10H a. m„ and 7 p »•- Sunday School at 2 p. m. =• Methodist Episcopal, (German) \ Rev. — Miller. Pastor. Services every Sunday at in** a. «., acdl r. x. Sunday School at 9 a. v. Lutheran—Rev. H. Keck, castor. Servis*. etery Sunday at 10J4 a. ~. and 7 rt m. Smdij School at 2 T. M. First German mang. Lutheran, St. Pan?i Church—Rev. r. Bonn, Pastoi. Services even other 8nnA»y at 2 p.m. Sunday School at lr«, Catholic— Rev. Mr. Gunkle. Priest. Service! ctery fourth Sunday of each month, at 10 a. x., ail pverv Thursday at 8H a. v. every au j ASSOCIATIONS. Amaranth Lodge, I. 0. G. T.r No. 234-c R Blanchard. W. C. T.; Emil Smith, W. 8. Meet* every Wednesday even'gin Conwpy'sEai Bochester Lodge, A. Y. M., No. 229-J. B. Pe> dleton, W. M., John Conway, See'y. Meets eroj Friday before full moon. Knreka, Chapter R. A.' M;, No. 167,metu aft. ponjr Ball on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

BEAVER. CHURCHES 0.8. Presbytertan—nev. d p t. Services every Sunday at 11 a. * * '.m??8 ^' P«fia day School at 9 a. m. -,and • *• *. C United Presbyterian—Rev. j. c vc» Services every Sunday at 11 a m . *?"'p«Ra Sunday School at 9 a. i. "¦• ^l ^ * Methodist Episcopal—Rev wmi* Pastor. Services every Snndav st m a< Loch m. Sunday School at 9 A. *. " *• *-, and 7, Catholic—Rev. M- Gunkle, P.iest s<» 3d Sunday of each month at 10'» lceseven r ASSOCIATIONS • "• St. James Lodge A. Y. M., No «7_eD „. W. M., J. Morton Hall, SecretaryXete^S day of each month. ' eet8 l«Tbt^ Occidental Lodge, I.O. O.F.jfn 7-ml. „ N. G., J. N. McCreery, Slcretm «6 -^ Friday evening. '' ecrelar>- Meete etjS Banking ffouse-Thota&e McCreery.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

BRIDGEWATER CHURCHES * Methodist Episcopal — Rev D 1 n Pastor. Services every Sunday at ln'u 7 emP«? 7 p.«. Sunday School at 9 a * *l- *•- oi PresbyUruin-Rev. Jas. M. Shields, Pagjtn, ces every Sunday at 11 a.m., and 6pV "c day School at 9V4 a.m. "*•*• So Methodist Episcopal (Colored) - c 1 ,. Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a\ .i^x p. m. Sunday School at 9 am '""'m «l A. M. E. ZionACotoredr-Rev Lvon. p Services every other Sunday at 11 a!m «S " ASSOCUTIONS Enola Lodge. I. O. G. T., No. 163_whh.» n. ter, W. C. T., Tillie Moorhead. wTSS^ Friday evening In their hall above \ rf hS2? Dry Good Store. A'u Hdi «» Beaver Lodge, J. O. 0. p.. No asfi-s.™^ McCabe, N. G., bavid Woodruff, SecSry ^ every uesday eveninc. '" "**"• Harrison Graham Encampment ion jp r. n6-D. Shumaker, C. P., Wm. Morton, H.p' ^ Woodruff, Scnbe,, meets 1st and 3d Thnr»daye«fc ings of each month in Odd Fellows Hall

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

SOUSE AND FARM. How to 17*6 Straw. Shall we 'feed straw and make up ith grain, root?, &c, what! the * raw- lacks?' This is in consequence .fine high P"ce of hay. Straw, ba8 it is, has but.little nutrit To feed stock on this alone JJill impoverish it; and if brought *cto winter quarters in poor condition it cannot:be wintered on straw w- it will die. Now it is known fl ' JJ t- J £E> 1S our most successful experimemf' r* that to feed the grains is not Ccnerally profitable—at present a losing operation. Roots, unless successfully raised, come under the f 'me heap. As we must ever view r fe,.a with respect to its loss or l>fit it Vill be seen that roots and t:]e grains as well as straw are not t'JHeed which gives satisfaction. i What then shall we do with our etra»:; Not put it on a pile and let it r.-»t down. Better spread it on our wheat fields; but best of all, oic it for bedding in stables. If tiere is convenience to run it through a straw cutter all th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

Keeping Hens. In general a singing hen is a laying hen; certainly a hen will carry out the adage just as a comfortable, contented cow is a good milker. And this is the secret of both cow and hen. Feed well, treat well, and you make happy and contented. A company of hens, therefore, must not be crowded; must not be cold; mu?t not suffer from bad or insufficient food. A hen must not be dis turbed or annoyed in any way. It must not suffer from foul water, but must have clean water at all times. It must have a dust spot to wallow in; a quiet retreat to lay its eggs, and an easy place to roost. It must have plenty ot light. All this makes summer for the hen, summer in winter. And what will prevent it from laying, singing and laying? Any breed will do well, some better than i others. " Never keep a hen till it is old, either for its flesh or its eggs. Hens thus treated will never fail to do well, especially the best breeds. j Itis a safe investment. And these i investments in smal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 March 1873

,/¦ \-,'( gntutwat.51/,:-.; •. < npOLEDO fiWlJA^^ LIFE INStTRAKCE COMPANY, " : . j~ . I-.' - ¦ . " ' TOLEDO, OHIO. ORGANIZED IN APRIL, 18 73. PA1I> UP CAPITAL 8BlSO,OOO.GO. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. Hon. W, W. JONES Hon. C. H. SCRIBNER, Hon. C. A. KING, Hon. W. A. COLLINS WM. BAKER, F. J. KING, 8. H, BERGEN, C.H.COY, C. L. LUCE, PERRY CRABBS, J. R. SWIGART, ROBERT CUMKlKGS, JOHN CUMMINGS, L.T.THAYER, FRED EATON, J. R. OSBORNE, WAGER SWAYNE, CLARENCE MORRIS, J. W. ROSS, E. W. E. KOCH, PELBG T. CLARKE, W. 8. WATTE, CHAS. COCHRAN.

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