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

HH W 1 \M fob the Great Industries OP THE UNITED STATES; 1300 Pages and 500 Engravings! Written by 90 Eminent Authors, including JOHN B. GOTJGH ahd HORACE GREELEY. < Thia work is a complete history of all branches of industry, processes of manufacture, etc.. io all ages. It is a'complote encyclopedia of arts and manufactures, and is the'most «hteitalniog and valuable work of information on subject* of general interest ever offered fo the public. We want Agents fn every town ofthwUnftedBtateg, and no Agent can fail to do well with, this book. One agent sold 188 copies in eight day*, another sold 388 in two weeks. Oar agent, in Hartford sold 397 (none week. Specimens sent free on receipt of stamp. AGENTS WANTED for the FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC. . 800 Pages, 250 Engravings. An interesting and amusing treatise on tbe Medical Humbugs of the past and present. It exposes Quacks, Impostors, Traveling Doctors, Patent Medicine Venders, Noted,, Female Cheats, Fortune Tellers and Medians, ...

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

G. L. Ebbbhart, W. L. Bedison, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. pBERHART & BEPISON, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS, NEW BRIGHTON, BEAVER CO. Represent in Beaver County Tbe Travelers life & Accident Ins. Co. OF HARTFORD, CONN. A SOUND STOCK COMPANY. Assets January J, 18??, 883,259,94=5.48! Issues both Life and Accident Policies. This company Insures Against all kinds of Accident?. By paying from $10 to $60 a year, an indemnity of from $5 to $50 i Week daring disability can be secured in case of any accident by which a nun is rendered unable to attend to his usual occupation; and }n the event of death by accident the same payments secure fromflOOO to $6000 to bis family. To Mechanics, Farmers and other laboring men we especially commend the subject of Accident Insurance.' " A small sum paid yearly will, in the event of a crashed foot or hand*, or linger, a broken leg or arm, or any disabling injury, secure a weekly Income of casa sufficient to suppor...

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

FBEEDOn. I LOCKHART, Db. J. R. ___ ¦ . seSO'TO COOPE^T 171*7 dealerln Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Ac. seSO'TO .—^——— ^ ¦ — ¦ mi ¦ — ¦ HHBRCBH, PA. McCANDLESS A MILLER, Attorneys at Law Mercer, Pa. ^- jaO'Tl-ly p IRARD HOUSE, CORNER NINTH 6 CHESTNUT STREETS PHILADELPHIA. H. W. KANAGA, decireftly Proprietor. ARIZONA DIAMONDS SET IN SOLID 14 KARATIIGOLD, (WARRANTED.) WATCHES AND JEWELRY Of Every] Description., NO. 38 FIFTH AVENGE, HOUSE ESTABLISHED 18241 JACOB B. ' HCBLEY. ALEX. F. HAT. J ACOB B. HUB LEY & CO., CONFECTIONERS, LADIES1 AND GENTLEMEN'S ICE CREAM AND DINING ROOMS. Library Building, 195 Penn Avenue, PITTSBURGH, PA. [ja^l-ln

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

; Slirotottj. president Judge-A. W. AcKf8* Associates—Wlton Lawrence -_.. ~M. Joseph C.Wilson. Pr0thO7U>tary-*Jbhb Caufchev «w*y Owrf-John c. Bart.' Saertf-Jdhn Graebing. Register 4b 5«confer-Dariu8 Sin»i*, T&irorw-Cbaries P. Waltac?^ l<m' Commissioners—Joseph Brittato M - .:.;-• =|»m«e)Torrence. Cterkof Commisnon^^^ Vount&to CommissiMnersZW^%*»• Coroner-Daniel Cortus. ent *ai<*. Auditors—Jas.H. Christy Smith Curtis:' • Wan O. Hunter LHetnciAUorney-i. H. McCreerr OmdySurveuorr-D. M.DauehVwV Jury ponmismMrs^^^^ K Directors^ the Poor*B*£^- ' " ^^^Reed, Trustees of Aeedmy-V^^S^ 8.J.W^ JotarMurtav Samuel Matew ¦ Henry HicT' MaMiBonj)^^ ¦_atva$- BKAVEB. „ „ „ . CHURCHES 0.8. Presbyterum—nev . d p r^ Services every Sunday at Ha'* '.n^T8 ^ fta» day School at* a. *. ' * *' *** « *. ¦ . gj United PresbyterUm—Rev.t n Wn Services every Sunday at u 1 J ^l80n.Pjrrt Sunday School at 9 a. i. A" *' ¦ »* 6)4 **• Methodist £piscopat~Hev n*»iii Pastor. Senrices e...

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

FBJBEBOIII. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal Church—Bev.E.B.Webi'er, Pastor. Services every other Sunday at 104 L1, and alternate Sunday eat 7 v. m. Suudjij Sdiecl at 9 A. M. Jf. B, Qerman~Rev. Mr. Zerkel, Pastor. Senv ces, alternate Sundays at 10^ a. h. SoLday Sctocl atOA-»^ Presbyterian—Rev. Wortman, J'agtor. Sa^ cee every Sunday at 91 a.m., and 7 p.m. Smidij School at 9 A. *., J German LvtAer&n~Eev. Mr. Bora, Pastor. Services every other Sunday at 10 a. m.. and altenxi Sundays at 3 p. X. - ^Sunday School at 9 a. a.

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

NEW BRIGHTON. CHURCHES. Friends—Meeting at 11 a. m. erery Snnday. ta«io/l«—Rev. J, C.-Bigham, Priest. Serrtca, let, 3d and 6th Sundays each month at lOtfA-i. Sunday School every Sunday at 2*4 p. x. Church qf Oott—Rev. McKee, Pastor. 8e vices every Sunday at 10 a. «., and 7 p. x. Sondsj School at 8H a. m. AtpttsCr-Rev. pr. Wraters, Pastor. Serwcei e» ery Sunday at 10 a.h. and 7 p.m. Sunday School United Presbyterian—Rev. A. G. Wallace, Fttia. Services every Sunday at 10H a! h. and 7r.t Sunday School at SH a. k. Q. 8. Presbyterian—Rei. B. C. Critchlow, Pastor. Services eyery Sunday at 10% a. m. and7?.i Sunday School at 8H a.m. SH««mBfr!-Bev. J. P. Taylor, Rector Serraei at 10H a. u. and Ip. m. Sunday School at 9% a. 1 Seats free, and all are cordially invited. First Methodist Church-Rev. F. S. Crowthe: Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10 a. x. and' p. *. Sunday School at 8H a. k. , „ Methodist %ppcopal--R<!V. J. R. Mills, Paster. Services every Sunday at 10 a. m. and 7 r. a. ...

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

" BEAVER FALLS. CHURCHES. ... Methodist Episcopal—Rev. J. R. Roller. ¥&*¦ Services every Sunday at 10^ a. id. and 1% 9£ Metnodiet-*ev. J. F. Dyer, Pastor. Serntrt every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7 7 p. m- rrju. meeting every Wednesday evening, a"1"' school atSK, *¦ h. „ ^„, ee Prestoitenan-ftev. AlbertDilworth.Part«•** vices every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 1 a "^ Sunday School every Sunday at 9H o'clockat^ place. T. Noble, Sup't. „<,. v United Presbytertan-Uev.J. I. Fra«ter-'5a Services 00 Sabbath at 10V4 o'clock, a x «» " m. Sabbath-school at VAv m. ^ ASSOCIATIONS. %, ti% Beaver Valley Lodge, A. Y. M., *»-*"? T t second and fourth/ Monday of each wj"".^ Bateman, WH-JL B Dawson, S W; S M E»w«=-J W: Henry Hill. Treas; Ch. Molter Sec ^ , Harmony Chapter, 206,: Meets first Monday^ month. B\A.Noble, B.P.; W.H.Grlm. h>-i A, 1^ Hnson, S.: P. MartsolfTreas.; H. O. P?tte«o^ Valley Echo Lodge,!. «. 0. F., X*.b.f~J «i Boon. %. Q„ Jamefl Ml Nogent, Pec y. »e •very Tntusday ...

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

'rjSSsifck^^ :/-- ' Invite epeclalattentjon to their NilW S T O C K WISHER GOODS* .JUST OPENED. j IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS, 1REPP8 AND VELOURS, CASSIMERE8. DMA DB FRANC MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS AND SATEENS : All tbe new shades. ¦ BLACK ALPACAS AND IMOHAIR LUSTRES, BLACK SILK WARP CASHMERES. ¦tr* " v ' ts" EMPRESS CLOTHS AND MERINOS.

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

BLACK SILKS, A very large stock of all the best makes. A LARGE STOCK OF FANCY DRESS SILKS Atfl per yard. PONSON CELEBRATED BLACK MANTILLA VELVETS, Black and Colored Velvets for Trimming, &c., BLACK ""^^ByjAgJW, CLOAK CLOTH CLOAKS AND SAOQUES In great varfety. A large stock of Fashionable Furs, in medium and ^ fine quality. BLACK GU1PUE LACES, BLACK THREAD LACES, BERTHAS AND CAPES. * Blankets and Flannels, CLOTH AKD CASSIMERES The above stock comprises the FINEST IN THE CITY, Which we offer at the lowest market prices. 118 & 130 FEDERAL STREET, Allegheny City, Penna. declS 4m

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

§tt$!stfr ^tmtotg. BBAVBB. DUNLAP, J. F., Attorney at Uw. Office jn thoCoun-hoiwe, Beaver, Pa. Alt legal business promptly, attended to. mys w-iy PURVIS J. H., dealer in Fancy Dry Goods, Choice Groceries, and Motions. tSpectalty--•ieaand Sugar,) Flour, Feed, and Wooden-ware, corner of Tutrd and Bunato streets, Beaver, Fa. novm'7l »f , ¦ ; r ¦>.. ... .¦ .-.- ¦¦ ¦: M^ NUTT, D»i J. S., PBjaiciAJt:AM»SpBOKO» Special attention paid to treatment direstale Diseases. Residence and office on Third street, afew doors west of, the Court-House. t ¦ ..)-.:¦¦¦¦.1 - j. ¦/¦- ¦¦ - apmi*^i-*y. ALLISON THOS., dealer in Dry ««|Wtt4 A^rowrie»,corAilrAan4Klk;»ts,w . ftglJL WYNN A., dealer in Dry Goods and ^oeertes. Also Civil Engineer and Land ««•*?«, TWtjtreat. o.-,v-^: ¦ -:> ilPW i^LARK J. S.» dealer to proceries "tfif™*}* t> iona. Third street. lyHF70; SN1TGBR S. * CO., dealer in Groceries and rrovtotoos. Third street. ; .. BBACOMMj*. B. HM, dealer in Millinery Good* andTrimiBin...

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

BBID6EWATEB. MOLTER, J. C, Market street. Bridgewater, dealer in COAL from Bank at McKinley's Run. febSlTfa-ly OYD J. M. A CO., Millinery, Dressmaking, and Children's Clothing, opposite Hurst's, Bridgewater, Pa. aprl9-72 LEVIS JOHN C, M.D., Surgeon and Physician. Office, during tbe day, corner Bridge and Water streets; at night at his residence on Watei street. % ' ' aug5*70 HURST A. C, dealer in Dry Goods. Hats and Caps, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Trimmings. Bridge Street. _Jy*T*L STILES A CO., dealers in Groceries, Provisions and Quensware, Bridge street. Jy29'70 Vf ULHEIM B., dealer in Carpets, Oil Cloths and ItX Variety Goods, Bridge street. Jy89'70 DORTER JAMES, dealer in Tin, Copper and IT Sheet Iron Ware, and Iron Cistern Pumps. Bridge street. jy«'70 BLATTNER C, manufacturer and dealer in Boots. Shoes.«c-. Bridge street. au039-ly

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

ROCHESTER, DONCASTER HOUSE, opposite Railroad Station, D. Wolf, Proprietor; Pro Bono Publico. • [novl5-ly M1TH. JOHN F., (New Store.) dealer in Grbceriea. Flour, Feed, Nails, Varieties and Notions, best Qualities and lowest prices. New Brighton and Washington streets, Rochester. augO,T2-ly R1SBIN MRS., Millinery, Fashionable Orcee"making, and Ladles' Furnishing Goods, first door, above Cross's store. New Yorlfc street, KochesterjPa. lijf&l'n-ly SPEYEREK & SONS, wholesale .and retail deal err in Dry Goods, Groceries,, Flour, Grain. Boat Stores, Iron, Nails. Water st. ocVTTO ROSE W. A., M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, sepm'70 OATMAN & CO., (successors to^OaTifit, Parsons & Kinzer) dealers in all kinds oflrQBirh and dr essed lumber. sere*7u" SCHROPP CHAS,, manufacturer of and dealerln Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Roofing, spouting, Ac, attended to. N. York st. se!6'70 JOHNSON W. W., dealer to Carpets. Oil CioYhs. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Trunks and...

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

— • ^KBty nmcHtoy. BON TON RESTAURANT and EATING SALOON.—Meals at all hoars, table supplied with all the delicacies ot,the reason. Prices low. William Stricklahd, corner of Falls atd Broadway. septatviy. ¦.;. •-, /-s : . CARRY G, F., genera) dealerln Groceries. Feed, Oueenswore, Glass, Ac. Rags, Iron and Brass taken at highest prices. Railroad st. octal SIEMEN GEO,. F.,maia1kcturer of Cakes and Confectlonarles. Tarilcular attention paid to parties and wedding ordBftj.v octTTO GILLILANDA. D.ACo., dealers in Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods and Groceries, Broadway - ¦¦¦ •-¦ •¦ •• •-•¦''¦ sept881TO ' 11 ¦ ' ' ¦ ¦ ¦¦!¦'"» l ^ WI ^^»^»— I l-Wll I ¦! ¦¦¦ ¦¦ HI . .1 BEAVER FALLS. rpANNBY BROS., House and Sign Painting, A Graining and Glazing in all their branches. Also Fresco rainting in OIL Distemper and Water Colors. Orders executed on shoit notice, in the best manner and on reasonable terms. Main St., Beaver Fal to. Pa. [nov2»ly. STEVENSON A WITTISH, Real Estate Agents. All kinds of Real ...

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

BRIDGEWATER CHURCHJCS Methodist Episcopal — Rev '» 1 ,, Pastor. Servicea every Sunday at 10'u. ffit«l 7 P.M. Sunday School at 9 a m l0Js *¦ »¦,«!" iVe«6yfer<(w-rRev.JaB.M. Shields P«Mtn, ces every Sunday at 11 a. m., .nd « p »,cr day School at »H a. m. ftP *• Sa Methodist Episcopal (Colortd) — r . Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 * -Ki}^lp. m. Sunday School at 9 a. m *'Md «l A. M. E. Zion {Ootoredy-Rev Lvon. » Services every other Sunday at ii i ,Wcr' ,, ' ASSOCIATIONS. Enola Lodge. I. 0. O. T.. A0 ifia_u-ii« ter, W. C. T., Tlllie Vimrtttw^^S™* Friday evening In their hall abora k cfte Dry Good Store. a-«^.Hoki Beater Lodge, 1. O. O. F.. No aai-, <jc» , McCabe, rToT, bavid Woodruff, ^cnSn^f every desday evening. ' oecretary. aeea Harrison Graham Encampment. I 0 11 v »• 116-D. Shumaker, C. P., fffi^orton \t\ Woodruff, Scribe, meets 1st and ad%1 D' ings of each month in OddFeltowt Hall. e,tt" ROCH£$TBB. CBURCIi£S asasaa5KE7.S ?83Kts, Methodist Episcopal, (German) 1 ...

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

ASSOCIATIONS. yew Brighton Lodge, I. O. G. T., JV'o.SM-B.f Alexander, W. C. T., Lydia E. Johnson, ». ' Meetft every Thursday evening. a „ „ BrSerUon Lodge, I. O. O. F., No. 450-Be« Lloyd, N. G., N. G. Taylor ^ Secretary..»«' everv Monday evening. . „ Union I^odge. A. Y. M.. No. 25*-R. L. M«G»» an, W. M., R. Covert, Secretary. Meets 1st sio* Tuesdays of each month. . National Bank Beaver County—John Miner, ne» dent, Edward Hoops, Cashier, Broadwav. Banking House—R. E. A H. Hoopes, BrosdW Young Men's; Library Association—Joseph «£ ley. President; Hiram Piatt, Secretary. »«" eve'ry Friday evening.

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Spiders Traveling by Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

Spiders Traveling by Balloon. A correspondent of tbe Scientific American relates a singular incident. In company with other persons he was crossing Seneca Lake on the 10th of October, when a email wake was seen in the centre of the lake, caused by the moving of some insects. Upon investigating the matter it was found that three spiders were gliding oyer the surface of the water, and attached to them was a tingle thread, the size of a knitting needle, extending in the air to the height of thirty feet at an angle of.sixty degrees, and. terminating with an enormous balloon-shaped web. This latter was judged to be eight feet long and five feet wide, with stay? fastened to the main thread, something similar to those of a balloon, and it was managed apparently by an -innumerable nnmber of the insects stationed at proper intervals. The party attempted to obtain a closer view, but when.within a few feet of the web it began to rise, though the lasi spi der, which proved to be about the...

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Captain Jack. [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

Captain Jack. A reporter who was present with the Modoc Peace Commissioner thus sketches "Captain Jack": He is a stern, dignifiedlooking man, not over thirty, though be looks older. He has a good head; though, tike all Indians, the forehead is low. His complexion is dark—the pure copper color—and his eyes are black, full and piercing. His hair is long,. hanging down to his shoulders, and be la, of course, destitute of all beard. His mouth is large, and its shape indicates firmness, determination and a great deal of character. He was very glad to see Steele, but he did not show it by his manner. When he shook hU hands it was with an indifference that, to one unacquainted with Indian character, would seem to be absolute rudeness. He was dressed in a hickory shirt, and was covered with blankets.

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Another Horse Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

Another Horse Disease. During tbe last few weeks, says the N. 7. Journal of Commerce , the owners of valuable roadsters in Brooklyn and New York have been startled by the appearance of a disease among their work horses. The disease first manifests itself by tenderness of the feet. All over the city the signs of the d is ease are risible. The horses attached to every kind of vehicles are limping along the streets with their legs swathed and bandaged. The absence of fine horses is everywhere remarked. The owners of Hvery stables refuse to let out teams except, to regular customers. Sick horsea are seen io front of nearly all of the cars. In answer to the question, "What is it?" tbe veterinarians answer, "Scratches." The keepers of private horses say it is caused by the salt on the railroad tracks.

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DrlvlnK Bena^' BWnV^kf' «i**W<>- • v '¦ ~ ¦ -¦Bainfe li'ay.iF ^';"vi; [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

DrlvlnK Bena^' BWnV^kf' «i**W<>- • v '¦ ~ ¦ -¦Bainfe li'ay.iF ^';"vi; When a woman has a hen to drive into the coop she lakes hold of hjer bodps with both hands, and shakes them quietly towards the delinquent, and s>ys, "Shew! there." The hen takes one look at' the object to convince herself that It's *wo» man, and then stalks majestically into the coop in perfect disgust of the sex. A n&''don^iab"tl«t''%»^^H«-go*f <ra* of doors and says, °tt is singular nobody in this house can drive a hen but myself," and,' picking up a stick of wood, hurts it at the offending b!peo\ ami opaerveWVGet inthere,tonthief."' ;! ;'H' "\«tr?-r :" The hen immediately losei her reason, and dashes to the opposite end; of the j&-~'1&nrf'1Mmton$ daalais after her. ^ue'coTnes^baclc again v|ri«|l»ey head down, her wings out, and followed by an assortment of stove wood, fro it <»ns and coal clinkers, with tt much puffing and ver> mad man in ...

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BOUSE ANp FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

BOUSE ANp FARM. salt for Pear Trees. "Last spring I put a small shovelful of the refuse material from the salt works—which is composed, I believe, of salt, lime and ash around 3 four year did pear tree. It has a crv thrifty growth and the leaves are all free from blight or spot, and have a very glossy, iealthy l6ok; vhile others of the same lot, manur-€a( with bafnyard manure, have crown but litti>, and the foliage is ;potted and dull. Now, if no ill .fleet may be attributed to the barnvftrd manure, it would seem that * the difference in these trees was owing to the salt." The above, from R. Johnson, Jr., in the Fruit Recorder is worthy of attention. We saw the tree spoken of above and noticed its more thrifty and heal thy appearance. If there are any mineral manures that will increase the growth of pear trees, without at the same time spreading the poar blight, horticulturists should know it.-^Exchange. Care of Horses. All horses must not be fed In the fame proport...

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