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Useful and Sugseattre. [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

Useful and Sugseattre. To Relieve Ingrowing Nails.— This is a painful annoyance, and is treated with advantage in various ways. The most successful is to pare down the center of the nail from root to end. Let it be worked down qnite thin, so as to relieve the pressure at the sides, which causes the soreness. Keep the end of the nail well pared down in the center, giving it the concave form, lust the reverse of the natural edge. A strong alum water is snre death to bugs of any description. Take two pounds of pulverized alum, and dissolve in three quarts of boiling water, allowing it to remain over the fire until thoroughly dissolved. Apply while hot with x brash, or, what ia better, use a syringe to force the liquid in the cracks of the walls and bedstead. Scatter all the nowdered alum freely in all those places, and you will soon be rid of these insect nuisances which fill one with disgust. Toors and Machines.—Hnnt up every implement that will be wanted for use on the farm, ...

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

J^mmtifpOLEDO MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, TOLEDO, OHIO. ORGANIZED IN APR IL, 18 72. PAID UP CAPITAL S130,OQO.OO. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. i: . . ¦ i Hon. W. W. JONES , Hon* C. fa. SCRIBNER, Hon. C. A. KING, Box. W. A. COLLINS WM. BAKER. F. J. KING. S. H. BERGEN. V. H. COY. C. L. LUCE, , PERRY CRABBg, J.H.SWIGART, ROBERT CUMHINGS, JOHN CUMHINGS, L. T. THAYER, FRED EATON, J. R. OSBORNE, WAGBR SWAYNB, CLARENCE MORRIS, J. W. ROSS. B. W. B. KOCH, PJSLBG T. CLARKE, W. S. WAITS, CHAS. COCHRAN.

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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OFFICERS. 8. H. BERGEN, President. P. J. KING, Vice President. CHARLES COCHRAN, Secretary, v J. F. ARIS, Assistant Secretary. W. W. JONES, Medical Examiner. oj WILLIAM BAKER, Attorney. THE TOLEDO MUTUAL WILL ISSUE ALL THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF POLICIES usually is&ubd by LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES; At the usual rates charged by other [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

OFFICERS. 8. H. BERGEN, President. P. J. KING, Vice President. CHARLES COCHRAN, Secretary, v J. F. ARIS, Assistant Secretary. W. W. JONES, Medical Examiner. oj WILLIAM BAKER, Attorney. THE TOLEDO MUTUAL WILL ISSUE ALL THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF POLICIES usually is&ubd by LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES; At the usual rates charged by other

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

Reliable Companies, Those insured m this Company are permitted to travel by, the usual routes, to or trom any portion of the Western Hemisphere, north bf ana 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 hoMer of »nch policy will be entitled tojust AS MUCH PAID UP rXSVUAXCE As any other man of Hke age can OBTAIN FOR A CASH PREMIUM Equal to the; VALUE OF THE POLICY, Computed in accordance with the rate of Mortality and Interest Which may have been adopted ns the standard of the Mate for the VALUATION OF LIFE POLICIES

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

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

P ALL8TON FOUNDRY AND REPAIR SHOP! JOHN THORNTLEY, PROPRIETOR. STOVES, GREAT REPUBLIC, THE BEST COOKING STOVE IN USE, WITH THE EXTENSION TOP. STANDS UNRIVALLED. 1,000 NAMES ATTEST ITS MERITS. THORNILEY'S NEW ADJUSTIBLE GRATE Throws onr more heat with less fuel and less dust than any other.

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

ENGINES AND CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER. REASONABLE RATES TO ALL. augl6-ly JOHN THORNILEY. t>RUCE & BARKER, HOUSE, JSIGN & FRESCO PAINTERS GRAINERS. GLAZIERS AND PAPER HANG IN G, Main Street, (opposite the Bank-, BEAVER FALLS, PENN'A. We give eepeeial attention to all kinds ofSlgn anfl Fresco Painting, and guarantee all of onr work U give satisfaction, both In price and material. mar24'71—ly. T? A, OVERING, PRACTICAL, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL. WIRE WORKER, Manufacturer of DIAMOND WIRE WINDOW GUARDS, * Wire Window Shades, Office 4b Counter Railing, <te NO. 10 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY. PA. Wire Cloth, Sand Screens, Fire Gnards, 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 and made to order. Estimates fnrnished- [fobl0'7l-1y.

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LETTER FROM BISHOP SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

LETTER FROM BISHOP SIMPSON. Phii^delphia. April yr, 1868. T. G. smiths Co.—Gents— Having used one oT your Bradbury Pianos, it has given great satisfaction to my family and to many visitors who have heard US sweet tones at my bouse, it is a very superior instrument* both in finish and: power, i heartily wish yon success as successor to the lata Wm. B. Bradbury, in continuing the manufactureof his justly celebrated Pianos. Yours truly, M. SIMPSON. Cbiet Justice Salmon P. Chase. Washington D. C, Decides the Bradbury to be tbe National Piano of the country. Vice Admiral D. D. Porter. Washington D, 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 the Interior. P. M. General Cresswell and Mrs. Cresswell.— '•All our friends admire the delightful tones of tbe Bradbury, used at our receptions,." Robert Bonner, New York Ledger—"At any time will dr...

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

PUceUattfoujj. -pvO NOT PAIL TO EXAMINE IT. • Mr*' i2_J^_**b M ' ¦ ' *^B^Pt^»^^^***wTt/ I I --^M ^ ff ^^^^SS-rBESSmw^*^ THE NEW WILSON • UNDER FEED SEWING MACHINE. "BBST IN THE WORLD. A SPECIAL WARRANTEE FOR FIVE YEARS FURNISHED WITH EACH MACHINE, [MANUFACTURED IN OPPOSITION. TO- THE HIGH PRICED i SEWING MACHINE COMBINATION, PRICE COMPLETE $50 00. We take pleasure ia showing it. LEE S. SMITH, GENERAL AGENT, NO. 14 SIXTH ST., (LATE ST. CLAIR.,) PITTSBURGH, PA. AGENTS WANTED IN THIS COUNTY. Most Liberal Terms both in per cent and time. novla 6m.

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

O. L. KBBBHABT. W. L. BEDISOK A WORD WITH YOU! ; To Buy Property, To Sell Property. Yonr House Insured, Your Goods Insured. Your Life Insured, If You Want! To Insure Against Accidents ¦[. To Lease Your House, To Hire a House, To Buy a Farm, To Sell a Farm. I Any Legal Writing Done, Do not fail to call at the office of EBERHART & BEDISON, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS, No. 248 BROADWAY, NEW BRIGHTON, sept27-ly Beaver County, Pa. P ARM FOR SALE. A good farm situated in Brighton township, Beaver county. Pa., about six mitea from Bearer, adjoininglandsof Jacob Coon, John Nevill 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 Givan, deceased. The improvements on the premises are a good two story frame dwelling house 18x43 teet, containing seven rooms and cellar, log barn and stable, wagon shed, granery and all other necessa...

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

lOANPIANO," PA88EI)- i. . * ': ' J ¦ ... for the vuality. Large prices allowed for Second in Exchange. From the Independent. The American Piano has deservedly become a popular Instrument. for unoccupied territory. 423 Broome St., N. Y. Da31;6m

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

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

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

T>RADBURY PIjNO FORTES. ESTABLISHED IN 1854, OVER 10,000 5^ANUFACTt;RB». NO BETTER lNSTRUMBNT IN THBMAOKXT. THE BRADBURY THE ' I [ NATIONAL PIANO of the COtJNTRY. READ. THE FACTS. Mrs. U.S.Grant uses in her family the Bnidbury and says: **I am perfectly delighted with tt." Theodore Tilton saya: "I have had the beautiful Plana so long that now to ask me how I like ft is like asking me how I like one of my children. In fact if you were to ask the children I'm afraid they would say they liked it almost aawellaa they like me. It speaks every day the year round and never looses its voice. I wish its owner could do halfaowelL"

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

I WILL SELL THB BR A33BXJR Y ' i AT NEARLY tr ' WHOLESALE PRICES, From $50 to $100 cheaper than elsewhere. Will order them DIRECT FROM TBE MANUFACTORY, NEW YORK WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. A fC50 PIANO FOR fUOO. ORGANS OFTHK B R S X CZjA.S». Ordered at the lowest rates BELOW PITTSBURGH PRICES. WILL SELL PIANOS OF OTHER MANUFACTURERS AT THE LOWEST RATES. Call before purchasing and see SmiTH CURTIS, Agent. I nov3 Radioki. 0??icb, BaAraui -i

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GENERA L ^tfE WS. [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 March 1873

GENERA L ^tfE WS. —Jam?s l\ Milner, late acting Collector of In* tcrnal. Revenue for the Filth Maryland District, charged with misappropriation of public moneys, has been committed to Jail, his former bondsmen having declined to become further security, —Among the.departures to Europe on Situr. day were General Van Buren and Dr. Anthony Ruppaner, Commissioners to the Vienna Exhib jlion! —The Todd Flourinsr Mills at Ltsalb, III., own cd by Maurifec Neustadt, were burned on Friday night. Loss I $22,000; insurance* $2,000., Todd <fc Son, in addition, lost 1,500 bushels of wheat. No insurance. —A grand racing season is to be held at Dexter Park, Chicago, next Juiy. Purses to the amount of $10,000 will be offered. Goldsmith Maid, American Girl, Hurry Baasett and other noted horses will appear. -The Massachusetts House of Representatives has passed to -the second reading a bill that all plnces rcsorte'd'to for prostitution, lew3ness;or illegal gaming,,he deemed common nuisa...

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

Credit Mohilier." "How sotfr asked ;Niblack. "Well, the men who .had that oid pay a little soinet&ir,s» forlt; bnt this is all steal" ~ r - — - '- ••' ~-i-? —The Johnstown Tribune says: John Ebey, Esq., of Indiana, a candidate for Treasurer, of that po^aty, fell from tie, horse the other day *ud received itijuriea that necessitated" the amputation of his leg. —The West Chester Village. Record says: The Philadelphia iVft**,.last,week, seemed disposed to do lardy justice to; Governor Hartranft—acknowledging and commending the ewe with which the profieMin^s of the L^gUlaturjeare: watched*, " aoJ the intelligence and independence with which the veto power is exercised. We were pleased to observe this, for that journal lias heretofore seemed to be on the outlook for some occasion U find fault, anda<i*hen none presented, to create one. We* were not surprised that it did so • for, having opposed the election of the Oover* I nor, it was but natural that it should desire t...

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

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

PENNSiTiVANIA R. R. —After December 23d. 1872, Trains will arrive and depart as follows: EASTWARD. ] ' WESTWARD. Through Trains Leave I Through Trains Arrive Union Depot: i Union Depot. Pacific Kxp's, 2:50 a m Mall Train, 1:05 a m Mall Train, 7:45 a m Fast line. 1:35 am Chicago Ex 12.20 p m j Pittsburgh Ex. 8.00 a m Cincinnati Bx. 1:10 p mi Cincinnati Ex. 8:40 a m Philadelp'a Kx. 5:20 p m!Southern Ex. 12:40 pm Past Line, 8:50 p m! Pacific Kxpr'e, 1:10 p m i.ocAt. Way Passenger, O-.GO' p m Walls No-1, . 6r40a.aj .local. WllkinsVg Ae: jWallaNol ; 6:30 am No 1 705a m'Brinton Ac.Nol, 7:30a ro Walls No 2, 1030 a m'WIIkinsburg Ac Wall's No 3, 11:45 a ml Nol 8:20 am Wilkinsburs Ac I Walls No 2. 9:10 a m No 2 2:40 pm> Johnstown Ac. 10.10am Walls No 4. S:20p m, WalU No 3, 1:45 p m Johnstown Ac. 4:00 p m' Walls No 4 3:20. p m Brinton Accom- [ Wilkinsburg Ac modat'nNol, 4 50 p mi No 2 4.45 pm Brinton Ac. No2 5:40 p m Walls Ac. No. 5 5:55 p m Walls No 5, 6:15 p m Brinton No 2. 6:50 pm ...

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

pCrGrTFOR^AT^ PROM PURE WHITE LEGHORN FOWLS Price |1.50 per Dozen. S. BBANBR, Bridgewater, Beaver Co., Pa. "TJISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice ia herebjr.«jyen that the partnership heretofore exlsttog^tweerf G7c. Speycrer, H. I ,. Speycrer, W. J. Speyarer and J. V. McDonald, under the name and style of SPEYESER & MCDONALD, Bankers, doing business in tbe BoronghofKocheBter, Beaver conntjr. Pa., was disaolveit oa the 14th tiaf of Harcn; 1873,' by* matual consent, John V. McDonald retiring from the firm. The busftms will be continued by G. C. Speyerer.H. J. Speyorer, W. J. Speyerer, John Gnebing, L. H. Oatman and Louis Schneider, under the name and style x>f SPEYERER Sc CO., whoTire authorized to close up the business of the late firm of Speyerer & McDonald. G. C. SPEYERER, •> H.J. SPEYERER, , \ , W.J. SPEYERER, - « ;. \J ': J. V. MODONALD; ; March 13, I8f3.-mar2l-4t ' ~ Q ECOND ANNUAL .JSTATEM ENT

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