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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

p , r -, ASSOCIATIONS. Enola Lodge. I. O. G. T v0 ison-.,,. ter, W. C. T., Tlllle Moorhead wVS** Friday evening In their hall above Ji pm"61" Drv Good Store. Te A- c-*mfi Beaver Lodge, 1. o. O. F No skr_ c McCabe,N.G., David Wouo>uff, ScSL^?? every uesday evening. ' v-ecretary, mtsi Harrison Graham Encampment inn o ,. Kr&ftta?1"'cp-' *ES££.h ?i Woodruff, Scribe, meets let and SA nl?' J tags or each month Id Odd\FeliofB Sui * '"' ' ROCHESTKB. CHUBCHES. 2fpi*copo/-Servlceij every Sttnday at 11» » Methodist EpUcopal-Rzv . T. B. flodwot &-„ Services every Sunday at 10* a. m., S , ,B' Sunday School at 2 r. i. ,maT?-1-Meihodiet Episcopal, (Germaf>\ \ Rev Vir.. Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10V4 a « „T t. m. Sunday School at 9 a. m. "*a' Lutheran—Rav. H. Keck. Pastor Serv1*-« erv Sunday at 10« a. m., and 7 p. «. "J! School at 2 p. m. oua? First German Etang. Lutheran, St Pafi Church—Rev. P. Bonn, Pastoi. Senicee etai other Sunday at 3 p.m. Sunday School a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

FREEDOJVI. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal Church— Rev.E.B.Web«t«, Pastor. Services every other Sunday at 10H1.1. and alternate Sundays at 7 p. h. Sundav Scboo at 9 a.m. M. E. German—Rev. Mr. Zerkel, Pastor. s«rvl. ces, alternate Sundays at 10H a. m. Sutday School at 9 a. v. Presbyterian—Rev. Wortman, Pastor. Sernces every Sunday at 11 a. v., and 7 p. h. Suiitj School at 9 a. m. German Lutheran—Rev. Mr. Bora, Pastor. ^ vices every other Sunday at 10 a. a., and altera;* Sundays at 2 p. v. Sunday School at 9 a. x.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

NEW BRIGHTON. CHURCHES. Friends—Meeting at 11 a. «r. every Sundav. Catholic—Rev . J. C. Bigbam, Priest. Service) 1st, 8d and 5th Sundays each month at W% a. i Sunday School every Sunday at 2H p. m. Church of God—Bev. McKee. Pastor. Se vices every Sunday at 10 a. m., and 7 p. ». Smds School at 8H a. ». Baptist—Rev. Dr. Winters, Pastor. Service! e> ery Sunday at 10 a. x. and 7 p. m. Sunday Scbo> atSHa-x. United Presbyterisn—Rev. A. G. Wallace, Pasta Services every Sunday at 10H a. m. and '?.(¦ Sunday School at S% a. m. O. 8. Presbyterian—Rey. B. C. Critchlow, Past: Services -every Sunday at 10H a. m. and 7 p.i Sunday School at 8% a. m. Episcopal—-Rev. J. P. Taylor, Rector Serrid at 10*4 a. M. and 8 p. m. Sunday School at 9tf a.i Seats free, and ail are cordially invited. first Methodist Church-Rev. F. S. Growth Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10 a. «. and' p. u. Sunday School at 8% a. v. Methodist Episcopal—Rev. J. R. Mills. Pasta Services every Sunday at 10 a. k. and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

BOUSE AND FARM. The Best Feed to Produce HI1IK. It is well settled in the opinion of aIl onr best dairymen, that bran greatly promotes the milk secretions in cows, and it is fed almost university. About equally mixed with corn meal is the usual proportion. This mixture seems to promote both quantity and quality of mjlk. From several sources we hear that buckwheat bran is a great milk producer, aud it is being used considerably among our Chester country dairvmen, in about the same proportions as the other. - . , Thomas Gawthrop, near West Grove, Chester county, also by re peated trials with his own cows, has fully satisfied himself that they do as well with corn and cobr*eal &UI\ bran, as with pure com meal and bran. The amount of nutriment in corn-cobs is so very small, that this result will have to be explained on tbe supposition of the ground cob, acting to promote digestion by (listening the stomach. The presence of bulky material being necessary to promote disten...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

Profit of Batter-Ittakins. Mr. Buftun, of N. H., said in a epct-ch recently before the N. H. lWd of Agriculture: " Youngmeri U-ave the farm because they don't gee how to make it pay. We farmers are \i fault. We do not adopt a sysfera to show our loss and gain. 1 ?fV can not teli the cost of producing a crop, and therefore don't know what pays and what don't. We cast determine this matter, and jirictice that which will return a profit." The speaker then took up the single question of keeping cows for milk. He said an ordinary cow would yield about 1,500 quarts of milk per year, which, made into butt?r and cheese, would not average more than two cents a quart income. This won't pay. Now, increase the Quantity to 2,000 quarts or 2,500 and you see a profit; add a little more and the result will be, instead of a v.-ceipt of §30 we get $60. It is the same in other departments. An average price of butter with us is but Uenty-two and twenty-five cents !'•: pound, and this don't pay....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

Sbeep on Low Ground. It is generally believed by Ffarmers, writes a correspondent, that low, wet land, is very unfavorable for sheep. I have kept a flock for four years in a pasture of this description—for the first two years with unfavorable results. My sheep were unhealthy and many of them died. I ascribed it to the wetness of my pasture. Upon the recommendation of an old farmer I gave the sheep charcoal mixed with salt. The ben eficial efiect of this mixture was soon apparent. My sheep presented a more healthful appearance. I have continued the treatment and the animals have continued to thrive. I suppose the medical qualities of this mixture consists in the disinfecting property of the charcoal, and in the invaluable tonic and alterative properties of the salt, we may add; for like many other remedial agents, this article, when given - in small doses, augments the digestive functions. • In larger doses it is cathartic.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

Mixed Husbandry in Farming. ] The following extract from a speech delivered at a meeting of the Maine State Board of Agriculture is sound for almost any locality : This is the only safe path for the Maine farmer to pursue; if there is any safe path let us follow it. No one crop i<*~ safe enough ^for a specialty. Take any crop you please and see if this is not true. Specialties look well on paper, are fine in theory, but are poor in practice. The husbandry of England is due to a judicious rotation for its excellence. The climatic conditions that are favorable to one crop militate against others to some extent. The prices demanded for skilled labor will not admit of specialties being generally followed. If we run to a specialty and that fails we are out in the cold. It takes more skill to run a specialty than mixed husbandry, and it will not pay to ran specialties except with skilled labor. Near good markets this course may do, but for the farmers of the State as a whol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

How to Save Clover Seed. A Canada farmer put a wire bottom in a trough in which he fed his stock, the wire being two or three inches above the close bottom of the trough. The stock in pulling the clover hav from the rack would scatter the seed, almost pure, through the wire into the receptacle below. In this way he saved seed enough for his own sowing and to pay for all the dry goods used in his family, and received $25 in cash besides. i To wash hair brushes, never use soap. Take a piece of soda, d issolve it in warm water, stand the brush in it, making sure that the water only covers the bristles. It will almost instantly become white and clean. Place it in the air to d/y, with the bristles downward, and it will be as firm as a new brush. Sugar Cookies Without Eggs.— Two cups sugar, one cup butter, and one cup sweet milk, one teaspoonful soda; two teaspoonfuls cream tartar, sifted in the flour; spice to suit the taste, and flour to make it thick enough to roll easy; rub ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

Wot'i¥v-ll^ 1: ' ¦' /:'^ ::^,-"i.. LIFE I^JRAKCE COMPANY, - ';. ' /' - -".. - ': ¦'". 1:1 u i '¦"¦.' '.- !-' e' '{ ' ¦ ''. ' ¦ ¦ - ."'¦ > • i TOLEDO, omdi / : - * ¦-' '. . " .;.. ' r ".'. •' ' " . " . ' ¦ "' ¦ ••¦ • O R G AN 11E D IN A? Btl tpltfa PAID UP CAPITAL m±2p,ooo.oq. BOARD OP DIRECTORS. Hon. W. W. JONES Hon. C. b. SCBIBNEB, Hon. C. A. *ING,V • ^ ,.. He*. W. A. COLLINS" WM. BAKER, -j ; FJ'J. KING, S.H. BERGEN, C.H.COY, C. L.LUCB,-;' PERRY CRABBS, : J. R. SWIGART, ROBERT CTJMMJNG3 , JOHN CTJMJimGS, tT.TflAYKR, \j PRBD KiTpN,, , c «f• R- OSBORNE, WAGER SWAYNK. CLARENCE MORRIS, J. W. ROSS," * "IE W.S^OCnVPBLEG T. CLARKE, W.S. WATTE, CHAS. COCHRAN. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

OFFICERS. 8. H. BERGEN, President. F. J. KING, Vice President. CHARLES COCHRAN, Secretary. J. F. ARIS, Assistant Secretary. W. W. JONES, Medical Examiner. WILLIAM BAKER, Attorney. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

p*ARM FOR SALE, A good farm situated in Brighton township, Beaver county. Pa., about six mile* from Beaver, adjoiningLindsof Jacob Coon,'John Nevjll and George TDawson, containing ONE HUNDRED AND SIX ACRES, eighty acres cleared and in a good state of cultivation, the balance well timbered; said farm belonging to the heirs of William Gl'van, deceased. The improvements on theorem iseenren good two story frame dwelling house 18x42 leet, containing seven rooms and cellar, log barn and stable, wagon shed, granery and all other necessary outbuildings; two never failing springs of excellent water in the yard, the whole farm well watered and well adapted to either fanning purposes or stock raising. Fruit trees of all kinds on the premises. For further particulars enquire ol Robert Glvan, on the premises, or the undersigned, at his residence in Brighton township. Beaver county. Pa. CHARLES GIVAN, novS9-tf. Executor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

T>RUCE & BARKER, HOUSE, ISIGN & FRESCO PAINTERS QRA1NERS, GLAZIERS AND PAPER HANGING, Main Street, (opposite the Bank), BEAVER FALLS, PENN'A. We give especial attention to aU kinds of Sign and Fresco Painting, and guarantee all of our work tc give satisfaction, both in price and material. mar24"M—ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

T? A. OVERING, PRACTICAL, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL. WIRE WORKER, Manufacturer of * DIAMOND WIRE WINDOW GUARDS, ^ Wire Window Shades, Office <fe Counter Railing, Ac NO. 10 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY. PA. Wire Cloth, Sand Screens, Fire Guards, Nursery Stove Guards, Hat and Cap Stands, Bonnet Stands, Hanging Moss Baskets. Rat and Mouse Traps, Dog Muzzles, Sieves and Riddles, Flower Stands &c. Wire Figures, Fenders, Hat Trees. All kinds of Wire Work on hand nnd made to order. Estimates furnished. [feMCM-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

&w c%tottmmtvfo. TMAMURYHAWFORTm ^ ESTABLISHED IN 1854. OVER 10,000 MANUFACTURED. NO BETTER INSTRUMENT IN THE MARKET. TH3 BRADBURY THE NATIONAL PIANO of the COUNTRY. READ THE FACTS. Mrs. U. S. Grant uses in her family tbe Bradbury and says: "I am perfectly delighted with it.'* Theodore Tilton says: "I have had the beautiful Piano so long that now to ask me how I like it is like asking mo bow I like one of my children. In fact if you were to ask the children I'm afraid they would say they liked St almost as well a» they like me. It speaks every day the year round ana never loosen its voice. I wish its owner could do half so well."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

LETTER FROM BISHOP SIMPSON. Philadelphia. April J7,18CS. T. G. Smith & Co.—Gents—Having used/one of your Bradbury Pianos, it has given great satisfaction to my family and to many visitors who have heard its sweet tones at my house. It is a very superior instrument, both in finish and power. 1 heartily wish yon success as successor to the late Wm. B. Bradbury: in continuing the manufacture of his Justly celebrated Pianos. Yours truly, M. SIMPSON. Cbiel Justice Salmon P. Chase, Washington D. C, Decides the Bradbury to be tbe National Piano of the country. Vice Admiral D. D. Porter, Washington^. C, "The Bradbury is exquisitely and beautifully proportioned. We are delighted with ours." Hon. Columbus Delano, Secretary of the Interior, Washington, D. C, calls the Bradbury the Piano for tbe Interior. P. M. General Cresawell and Mrs. Cresawell.— '•All our friends admire the delightful tones of the Bradbury, used at our receptions.'" Robert Bonner, New York Ledger—"At any tim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

How (o Save Your Eyes. Vvhen will those working by lamp '2U have the sense to understand ll" use of shades to protect the ^es i \yQ see person8 sitting hold-|| ^ ieir sewing or other work be-J;^ near a lamp, while the ^|%blazing fu| into] their eyes: '¦h plain that the1 object that they * '* upon: cannot be seen with so f("";u distinctness while the field of *U!"nnina is already occupied by j;J ,iaze- I>«t they "work on for urs:an<], though the next raorn',- th<M,- visual organs tell of the V'1**" hY redness and inflamatiorJ, t," *<»kor.s arc. too $lx\[ t0 jeam ,. "'sson of experience offered :1 Circular paper shades can be '' 'lI,Pfl '«!¦ a few cents, and these!i not only protect the eyes from the eicessoflightbutserve as a reflector behind the blaze, increasing the illumination one-half. Besides the above mentioned evil there is that of the varying quantity of light thrown into the eye hy its being suddenly and alternately directed toward the bl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

THE TOLEDO MUTUAl).Ii w;ll issue all the f J DIFFERENT KW08 WMMgg * . • ' ¦ : - USUALLY ISSUED BY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, s At the usual rates charged by other ¦ * ¦ . ^ - '¦ - ': <¦ Reliable Companies.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

Those insured in this Company are permitted to travel by, the usual routes, to or from 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. UPON SURRENDER OF AN ORDINARY LIFE POLICY At any time after the payment of one £ . ONE FULL ANNUAL PREMIUM , The holder of such policy will be entitled to just AS MUCH PAID UP INSURANCE As any other man of like age can OBTAIN FOR A CASH PREMIUM

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

Equal to the VALUE OF THE POLICY, r r Computed in accordance with the rate of Mortality and Interest Which may have been adopted as the standard of the State for tbe , VALUATION OF LIFE POLICIES

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 21 March 1873

re'*'3teil;:iMERr •: ¦ y.|,-v>; ;'.-.;. ;,¦',;.... .;; ,..,-._ . ft' : -U-V;. ^•;''"VV,'/'-'--'D'N-STJR Krst premlnins wherever exhibited—Prices loir ^ ! . Band Instruments :F^^Mr. EdU)ardH<^man , the celebrated Pianist. I conscientiously believe that your Piano is in jajeiy respect a most magnificent inHrument. <. 1 j J, Respon^la Age^ irmtei ADDRESS-;"

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