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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

FBEEDOm. CHURCHES. Jtethcditt Epwfiopai Vhiirch—Ecv.K.B.VT ot^v Pastor. Services every other Sunday at 104 4. £. and aitorcata Sncdaysat 1 p. m. ejndajfc-ate at 9 A. Mi' * M. 'Mr. German—Rev. Mr. Zerkel, fsj'or. fkr, 00s, alternate Sundays at 10V£ a. a. Satdav Scbo-j. at 9 A.». Presbyterian. —Rev. Wortman, 1'a^ror. Sen coe evory Sunday at II a.m., and 7 p. h. Sands-School at 9 A. M. German Lutheran— " Rev. Mr. Born, Pastor. 6«:. rices every other Sunday at 10 a. m.. and Elton*'.; Sundays at £ r. au Sunday School st 9 a. s.

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

KBW mtlGBTON. CIIURCHEfe. Friend*—Moetmgji,t 11 a. m. every Sci^ij. ( Xtthotic—Bfiv. J ^ Cr, BJgham, PrJeet. Senic?., 1st. 3d and 5th Sundays each month at I0K*.jl Sunday School every Sunday st 2H t>. u. Church ty Qod—Rev. McKee, Pastor. Sevices every Sunday at 10 a. a., and 7 p. 11. fcnii>) School at 84 a.m. ' Saptiet'^-Kev. ;Dr. Winters, Factor. Semcoe every Sunday at 10 a. m. and 7 p. 21. Sunday Scboci at 8% a. a. United Presbyterian— ORev. A. 6. Wallace, Ptf.a. Services every Sunday at 10^ a- a. and 7 p. s Bnnday School at 8H *< M. 0.8. Presbyterian— Rev. B: C. Critchlow, rsstof. Senices every Sunday at 104 a. at. and 7 r. u, Sunday School at 6)4 a. a. Episcopal—Rev. J. P. Taylor, Rector Service" at 10H a. m. and S r. a. Sunday School at 9^ a. y. Seats tree, and all are cordially invited. First Methodist Church—Bdv.Y. S. Crorrtitf:. Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10 a. ». iio' f a. Sunday School at 8H a. h. Methodist Episcopal—Row J. R. Mills I'sctcr. Se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

BEAVER FALLS. CHURCHES. MtthOdiSt Episcopal—Rev. J. R. lii.ller, i'a.0*. Services every Sunday at 104 a. m. and 74 p, o. l/ewodi«^Rev. J. F. Dyer, Pastor, serr.ee*. every Sunday atll a. a., and 7 7 p. m. WJ'1 meeting every Wednesday evening, mbcs* school at 24. r.a.. toF. Presbyterian— Rev. Albert Dilworth, r.i^<». ^ vices evory Sunday at 11 a. m., and IS';*; Sunday School every Sunday at »4 o'clock al £^e place. T. Noble, Sap*. tMfed2-M»&3rf«rtHfc-*Be*.J.'I- Frazler. psji," ¦ Services on Sahhath at 104 o'clock, a m ^ '* p a. Sabhath-echobl'at 2U p a. ASSOCIATIONS. Ufarer, F<i2K^ Lo daeTA.Y~ ^^S-Mec'.*eLe' second and fourth Monday 6f eken w?7!;",,,,,, Bateman, WM' J,L BDuwaon,S W;.SMIlawklw. J W: Henry Hill. Treas; Ch. Molter. 8er. Harmony Chapter, 80S; Meets first Monday eirt month. E.A.Nohle,H.P.; W.H.Grim. K.; A. l«J liDeon<S.LP. MartsolfTreas.; H. O. ftt^^fl 1'oitey ifcAo Lodge, I. O. O. E„ Ao. ^V,Jj Hoon. N. G.. James M. Nugent. Secy. He*"9 every ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

pHiLMP^Bi no. - CHURCHES. , ...,,.,. Maodlst Episcopal-^vy. «lldrtlC5 .:??'.v:Ccs. Services, 104 o'clock, and evening. 04 "C'w Sundny'School every Sabbath, at 2 r. a. p ,ot Luthtranr-Gtrmaixr- Rev._ Mr. Lorm- ;,J 13i Servicesevsryother Sabbath at WbJ"1"^'ji, Sabbaih School at 4 o'clock, ^fc^.li *t Jacobs, Fastoi Senlces arery othsi ^J 10ii o'clockaiJdSabbethSchoolat 3o c.ocK. IWrOvfrrkM-Uov. W. G. Tsylfr, *.; «!;•»» Penntyh-nnia Institute for Soldwrs pn'l«<;-tM vices in Chapel at 3 o'clock. andJ i;c"\ u J lOJj evening et 7 o'clock. Z' J>hMb t-cbot-i «. o'eiock.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

THE FI3H BII<I<; The following is the bill as it passed:; •Bbcttok 1 .Beit enacted b%t theSenate +nd House of Bep«e*onta 4i?ts of th* Commontcealth of Pennsylvania in Gmeral Astembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of tte same, That hereafter no person enal nave in his or her possession, or expose to sale, any shad caught in the riTcr, Dek^are, or Its trlbotaries, within the Ittrfedfetibn of the State, fcelow the bead of Trenton Tall3t between the eleventh dey-of Jrine" and1 tenth'day of August in any year, or above the head of Trenton falls, ox anywhere on 1 the river Susquehanna; or on any of its tributaries, ••ithtn said - jtwtedictlon, between the ii?tGenth day of Jane and the lenth day df August; In any.year, under a penalty •t five dollars for each and every shad so bad ip poeeesion, or esposec for eale,N to bo recovered in any action or actions of dtrbt, with costs of euit, by any person or parsons,-tn bjeor tbotr name or names, before any j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

A DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. B8TATE OF JOHN BATON . »HCJ>. Letters of ndminl*tration oa the entatr- of John Bflton. late of Moon township. Braver county. P&, dcc'd« having been gramed to th* undenJened. residing in #aid townrbip. all persona indebtediq paid estate are reqn'-gtert 10 make Immediate payment, and thot*e imvUn? claim* or demand* against the earhe to present tlicm without delay to toe no derrigned for eett teiw>nt. NANCY BATON. 1 Aflm,„ febSl Ct * JAMES BATON, f Aflra "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

FREEDOM. LOCKHAKT, Dr. J. R. ' ' ec30'70 C OOPRR T. L., dealer in Drugs. Medicine?, Perfumery, Ac. seSO'TO ~ SIERCER, PA. ' . ' : MoCANDLBSS & MILLER, Attorneye at Law Mereer.Pa. Ja*rri-ly ¦ «—¦————^1—1—^«^——^—^.— fllRARD HOUBtf, * . A i CORNER NINTH 6 CBE8TNTJT STREETS PHILADELPHIA. H. W. KANAGA, dernfA-iy . ^ ^ ;. Proprietor. A RI Z O'K A DIAMONDS f?BT IN SOLID H KARATJIGOLD, (WARRANTED.) WATCHES AND JEWELRY Of Every} Description. NO. 38 FIFTH AVENUE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

BEAVER FALLS. 1'ANNEY BROS., Honee and Sign Painting, . Graining and Glaring in all their branches. Alio Fretto Painting In Oil, Distemper and Water Colore, Orders executed on ehort notice, in the beet manner and on reasonable terms. Main St., Beaver Fal ia. Pa. (no\*8tf-ly. V>TKVBNS0N&W1TT1SU. KeallCfitetP Agents. to* All kind* ofBeal property for Bale and exchange. Northeast ©oner Sixth and Penn etreeta. Pittsburgh, Pa., and Main street, Beaver Falle. . eeptgS'TO KINO Mr*. K., Miliner and dealer in Dry Goods. Notions, QoeesBware, &c. Corner Main and BaHeret. eept83'70. DUNKBL W. W., manafectarer of and dealer in Boote, Shoes. Galtere, &c. Comer Race and Main at'g. • sept33'70 CLARK Mna. R. B., dealer in Mlllinerv, Fancy Goods and Notions. Main at. peSO'TO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

NEW MsKtHTOh > BON TON RESTAURANT and BATING SALOON.—Meato at eU hoars table supplied with all the de Ucack>a.ot the eeaeon. Prices low. WtHUm sKnchtahd, corner of Fails awl Broadway; eepute-ly. -.¦•¦• ¦• - > ¦ ¦ CtAitKY U, P., general dealer mGrooeriee, PoeU, t Ooec&tfvare, Utase, &c Rags, Iron and Braat i,a«en at uighegt pricee. Railroad et. octal SIRMUN GBO. V., manoiimturer of Cakes aid _ OdnfectlonarleB. Particular attention paid to parti*** and wedding orders. 6ct7"?0 GILLILANDA.D. &Co., dealers tn Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods and Groceries, Broadway* eeptS8"rO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

ASSOCIATION*. Sew Brighton Lodge, I. O. G. T.. X". '11- K. 3 Alexander. W. C. T., Lydia E. JoLesou, W. ?. Meets every Thureday evening. Robertson Lodge, 7, O. O. F., So. «Q.--Henr" Lloyd, N. G., N. G. Taylor, Secrvtary. Meet.-every Monday eveJiing. Union Lodge. A. Y. M.,JXo.Ml~li. L. Mscfaw an, W. M., R. Covert, Secretary. Meet; ltsw^d ¦» TneBdaye of each month. yalional Bank Beaver OiUmiy—John Miner, yk* dent, Edward Hoops, Cashier, Broadwny. Banking Hovee—R. E. & H. Hoopee, Broadway. Young Men's Library Association—Joseph Btuley. President; Hiram Piatt, Secrvtfiry. i»-'- every Friday evening.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

ttoaintiTh.u. CBCKOiiEs. E-pWomi -**ervices every *undav s> i< * -, MelhodUl Kpi3copal--B»v. T. h. flodeAm pU,-, Services every Sunday at 10*4 a. a., ^ i\ « _ Sunday School at 2 p. «. Methodist Kpucopoi, (German) \ Rov Minr, Pastor. Services cvtry Snnda'v ai ion A a Rr,i p.m. Sunday School at 9 a. si. "*•'*••<"¦ -<.. Lutheran—Rev. H. Rsck. Paster. Sorv«».(, ery Sunday at 10ft a. a., and 7 r. x. bmid*-, School at i P. m. OULas' First German E-*xing. Lvfbirrn, Ft P'-al'i Church—Rev. P. iiorm, P**un 8en1ce« e'en other Sundaj at 2p.m. Sombi r-oh.i.jlst-ii"!)' Catholic—Rov. Mr. Gnnkle. Priest. 8err,(>.^»,' erv fourth Sunday of each raoata, at 10 a st"" ai/ every Thtirsday at SVi a. «. ' ASSOC1ATHIKS. Amaranth Lt.dqe, 1. O. 0. T., .v.; *.|_( R Blrtnchard. w. C. T.; Emil s-r.ltb. W g' Meet? every Wednesday even 'gin tonvffyVHj^' Rocheew Lodge, A. Y. Ai., A'o. 2?«i_J £ f-e.. dletonv W. M., John Conway, Sec'y. Mte^ereA Pridav before fall moon^.^ Eureka, C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

BRIDdKWATEB. fUURCBBs. Methodist Epi^wpal — hbv. D 1 ^ Pastor. Services e\ery sjundas at \' i\>- Cb'^: 7 P.M. Sunday School at9 a. m '8*¦a-«& Presbyterian-^Rey. Jas. M.ghie.'.Ja. Pa.,*,, ees every Sunday at lh.a,w ep « 0 day School at 9H a. h. T'h- Kss Met/LOdist' £,ptecop>il (Colored) — r 1 • Pastor. Servlcenevers-Sunday at m^m tX?^: p. a. Sniiday School at 9 a. m ,and «' A. M. E. Zlofi U-oioredy-Rsv. iV0M Servicocevery cthor Sunday a* it . ",,' ', ,l0t 7 pm. a- 3f-.Mu a: ASSOCUTfONs Enola Lodge. 1. O. G. T., Xc.W--\kw„ r ter, W. U. T., TlUie Moorhesd, W. s V^l* Friday evening in their halj abovL- Ti'iC Dry Good Store. - nm-t! Beavar Lodge, 1. O. O. F., x0 m^a,nr McCabe, N. «.; bavid Wo.^lrjV, &%£*?% every uesday evening. J • c*f8 Harrison Graham 2Fncamrn>*r.t 7 ft n y »¦ 116-D. Shumaker, C. P., Wru. m'o-'ioe 11 i I Wood«ff,Scrll.e. meets 1st aud lidThar^J inse of each month in Odd Fellow- ft-,); '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

MEAVKR. „ <. „ , churches! O. $. Pr^bytenan—nav. o, r r._ Services every Sunday at 11 a. a a£i?f •'• ''"-tci day Schoolat9a. m. , H'aE<*b*• n. & United Presbyterian—Rev. J ' c tr» Services every Sunday at 11 a si V??2'r^!oi Sunday School at 9 a. m. "- *** «H t i Methodist EpUcopat—Rev Vim,~ „ Pastor. Sendees every Sunday ai n , u* ^fa s Sunday School at 9 a. m. A'a*. m 7 r VativMe—Rev, M. Gnnkle, iv... s.^.-3d Sunday of each taonth^at in". Jlccscvert ASSOOlAfmVb MSt. James Lodge A. 1\ M., A^nst-i? ,, ,„ W. M., J. Morton Hall. Secretary^, ¦«;h :w^or day of each month. > - ^ ets lBtTrnj* Occidental Lodge, I.O. O.F.Jfo ?-¦>&_ Kr. N ^ G., J. N. .McCrecry, ^m^.^^- Friday evening. ¦ Jit;e! ^,e*7 Banking Douse-TLonias McC-—,- \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

HOUSE AND FARM Farming In the Moon. \ farmers' club in Central Illinois, we learn from the Secretary, has ten discussing the subject 6f Ithe :0fl,ifiice of the tnoononvege^tiou. ^be particular point in tho cfscas-„ioi> **va3 in regard to the proper time J0 sow wheat in order to gain the reatost amount of good from the Oilier. .eH of tho moon. A"? is usual J^eo U»is subject comes up, there -1 annie who denied that the moon nero su*¦',-iV.rl? any influence on growing ^r,., white others affirmed that .it -' .1 exert a powerful influence, and ''. which farmers should , ikail till'*- ^ ,hem?elves of. . . *V >,* > intollufonl person, or persons , .^sr-.l oiz very large -share of Amnion scnao* we thinVbelieves that the mopn exerts any occult in-J'uanci! »n vegetation in any stage oi'its development. There is, however, Eorae reason for believing that ¦V pjooii's rays do influence the rovth oi vegetation, and observation seem, ;o confirm the idea that ;;iUUhed pl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

Training Heifers to milk. Cows usually become addicted to kicking when heiiers, from being milked byoabusivc milkers. 11have never seen an old cow become a kicker unless abused. Instead of cows being averse to being milked when giving a large quantity, I have ever found it it tha reverse. When pasturage ia good, and cows come home at night with udders distended withf milk, they seem grateful to* have it removed. Milking a heifer for the first time requires patience* for thoy will almost invariably kick. In such a case, put a broad strap round her body, just in front of th*- under, and buckle it up moderately tight, and as soon as she gets quiet (for she may kick around a little at first), take your pail, sit down and go to milking, tor she is as helpless as a kitten. Do not attempt to use a rope instead of a strap for it will not answer. This is a much better method tying the legs, etc., as it does not hart the animal in the l;ast. A few applications -of the strap, with plen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

Cherry Tree*. These should never be highly manured. Singular as it may seem, better results have been obtained by growing cherry trees in grass than by cultivating them as high pears. Experienced fruit-growers in Delaware, who onco began a system of liberal manuring and treatment of cherry trees, found after an experience of a few years, that the bark would burst, gum would ooze out, aed many portions of the tree show an unhealthy condition. The growers immediately discontinued high feeding and seeded the land down to grass. The trees recovered their health, and have borne bountifully ever since the system of grass culture began. It is the only fruit tree of all varieties which wc can safely recommend to be treated in this way. A Delaware friend says his row of cherry trees, growing iu grass along the fence are the picture of health and luxuriance; while in previous years with orchard culture, he could never make them successful. —Independent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

Largo Crops of Corn. Are not our Agricultural Societies anil Farm Clubs wrong, in offering their premiums for the largest crops of corn that can be raised, regardless of cost ? Any one who has capital enough can raise a large crop of corn, and iu our estimation may not deserve as much credit for the crop aa another who raises one-half as much; if the latter can sell his crop and have more profit than the former, wo think he deserves the most credit; or in other words, would it not be better to ofier the premium for the most pi ofitable crop, the one which yielded the greatest margin between vralue and profit is the one we want, and not the one which may costl more than it is worth, Large though it may be.—Exchange.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

Doett It Pay to ftalne Large flog*? Answering from our experience, we v/onld say—no. The first one hundred pounds put on a pig are the cheapest ever put on him. Our experience has been, that it pays 1»est to have pigs dropped soon after harvest and well fed until the weather is cool enough for cutting up for market. Such pigs, if well led, will often bring twics as much per hundred as those which will dress five hundred ; our evidence is strongly against large pigs—say jiot over two hundred and fifty, dressed weight.—Exchange.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

-'•*"¦> ¦mmmavmitt^., 0... - ^inwir^pyt . > T ' "¦"" (f^-0^=^^|!|^y ^k*£^ | IPE INSURANCE COMPANY, j. -; '¦ -.-..i - . *. ' . ' *1 - •_ . • -. •' **i TWmWtOBlO v ORCrANIZEI) IK APRIL,18 72. PAID UP CAPITAL \ BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Hom. W. W.^ONHS ' HOK.C.H.SCKIBNBR, Mom. C. A. KING, How. W. A. COLLINS WM. BASBB, P.J. KING, S.H.BBRQBN, C.H.OOY, C.L.LUCB, PBBRTCRA3B8, J. B. SWiaART. ROBBB* CUMMXNGS, JOHN CUMMINGB. L. t. THATBR, FRED BATON, J. R.OSBOENE, WAQER8WAYNE, CLABBKCB KOBBIS, J. W. BOSS, B. W. B. KOCHv PBLKQ T. CLARKE, W.a,:WAITB, \ CHAS. COCHRAN. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 4 April 1873

OFFICERS 8. H. BERGEN, President. P. J. KING, Vice President CHARLES COCHRAN, Secretary J. P. ARW, Asaistaat Secretary. W. W. JONES, Medical Ez&tainer. WILLIAM BAKER, Attorney, < THE TOLEDO MUTUAL WILL IE8UE ALL THIS DIFFERENT KINDS OF POLICIES USUALLY ISSUED BY t LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, At the aatul rateacharged by other

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