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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

'yWO POPULAR LECTURES, "SMOKE" AND "RUTS " BY REV. J. BENSON HAMILTON. OF BOSTON, MAS8. Churches or Lecture Committees desiring a pleasing and instructive entertainment, can secure the services of Mr. Hamilton upon reasonable terms. He is now making arrangements for a lecture tour through the West early in the fall. His lectures have been received with marked success In New England, as a few selected notices wil SDOW"' ' What they say of "smoke." It was a keen and humorous exposure of the "Sham and Show" of life. His description of the peculiarities of some Smoky men elicited bursts of iaughter and applause. He was funny and Instructive both.—BostOTfTranecript. It was a humorous lecture illustrated by an. abundance of witty and satirical anecdotes, exhibiting the very superior descriptive powers of the speaker, and showed in well defined style tbe value or the real and true.—Abington Standard. The lecture was received withMaughter and applause, as it revealed clouds of "Smoke" w...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

"THB FAITH, CHRISTIAN HOPE, GRACES." CHARITY. "And now abideth Faith, Hope, and charity these three, but the greatest of these is Charity. " Nothing has appeared in religious art for a long time so pure, and tender, and beautiful, as this new picture. The grouping of the figures is grace itself; and tbe countenances of such heavenly sweetness, that it senms as if the artist must have seen them in a vision. This rare and elegant $5 line and stipple steel engraving is sent fbee to every subscriber to "Aethub's Illustrated Home Magazine for 1878," Price of Magazine, f2,50 a year. Sample numbers, 15 cents. LOCAL CANVASSING AGENTS wanted everywhere. Large commissions and territory guaranteed. Send for Agent's Confidential Circular. You can hardly show the "Chbistian Graces" to any person of taste or religious feeling without getting a subscriber. Address T. S. ARTHUR & SON, Philadelphia, Pa. jan3-lm

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

IRON AND TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. I herewith offer for sale two of the best and most valuable Iron Properties In the State of Tennessee. One tract about 5 miles below Fort Donelson, containing 10,000 ACRES, known as the '¦'¦Iron Mountain Furnace Lands,'1'' with abundance of rich Ore, Wood and Limestone, and within $4 to H mile of the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers, also including about twenty Small Farms. '. The other Tract fronts a mile on tbe Tennessee river, near Fort Henry, including 8,000 ACRES, part of which is rich river bottom, the balance covered with the best kind of timber, such-as White and Black Oak, Poplar, Hickory, Maple, Ash, &c; underlaid with the best of Ore. Both tracts are in Stewart county. ALSO, Two valuable Tracts of Timber Land in Houston county, one of 1.870 acres, within half a mile of the Louisville & Memphis R. R., and VA miles east of tbe County Seat. One other Tract half a mile west of the County Seat, with the Railroad passing through ...

Publication Title: Beaver Radical
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

d&OpJA A MONTH, |^50. -WE WANT10,000 AGENTS, MALE OR FEMALE. To make the above amount, /selling BRIDE'S COMBINATION NEEDLE CASE AND PORTE MONNAIE.. This is an arUcle>f absolute necessity with every lady, and pays a large profit. For Circular and terms address / r PITTSBURGH SUPPLY COMPANY, dec6-3m. / Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

Late Brood of Chickens. Many hens, especially canning old ones, steal their nests late in the season, and perhaps about the middle of August come off with broods of chickens. They are too often neglected, or as they get large enough for broiling just as cold weather comes-on,- are ruthlessly slaughtered, from the fear that they will not winter well. If cared foj, and keptgrowing during the Winter they will next Summer prove <^he most valuable fowls on the farm, since they commence laying about the time the old°r ones cease, and furnish plenty of eggs just when they are most wanted and most apciated. Every farmer should save one or more late broods of chickens, in order to prolong"the laying season in the Summer.—Buckeye Farmer. J A lady friend requests the publication of the following recipes. Cake.—Two cups of white sugar, one cup nearly full of butter, the white of four eggs; one cup of sweet milk, one-half teaspoonful of soda, four cups of flour, one' teaspoonful o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of administration have been granted to me this day upon the estate of Ebenezer Hatch, deceased, late of New Brighton, Pa. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the same will please make immediate payment, and those having claims against the estate will present them to me properly authenticated for settlement. ,, B.C.CRITCHLOW.AdnVr1 . New Brighton, Pa., Oct. 7.187fc ^ 25*6t*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

TJiXECUTOR'S NOTICE. N ESTATE MARTHA JANE McMURTRLR. DEC'D. Letters testamentary having been duly granted to the subscriber upon the estate of Martha Jane McMurtrie, deceased, til persons bavins claims or demands against said estate will make known the same, and those indebted will please make pay mentto ROBERT GORSUOH, Bx'r.. o«4-6t Service P. O. Beaver County, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

JOSEPH 0. BAJLinr. THOXA8 BBOWH. T> ALLLFF & BROWN, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM PD?E FITTERS NO. S5 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY CITY. Agitators and Tanks lined by a newprocess, wits Hydro-AtmospherlcBlow Pipe. feblTTM

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

T APIERRE HOUSE, No. 48 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. _ _ OPEN DAT AND NIGHT. The best Brands of WINES, LIQUORS, ALB, BEER, Ac, always on hand in tbe Bar. Oysters stewed in every style. «.„__- «__,'.. marS^l-ly C. B. STUN. Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

ly/TELCHIOR HASLEY, Manufacture „ and Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS OF EVERY VARIETY. NO. 188 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY CITY, PA. ^"Particular attention paid to Custom Work. feblO'71-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

A LLEGHENY CARPET STORE. WELTI BROTHERS, 106 FEDERAL STREET. ALLEGHENY CITY, PENN'A

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

ORG A.NS I OF THE 1 BEST CLASS Ordered at the lowest rates BELOW PITTSBURGH PRICES. WILL SELL PIANOS OF OTHER MANUFACTURERS AT THE LOWEST RATES. Call before purchasing and see 83IITH CURTIS, Agent. •m . MVd _J2H^ BAMCALOmcX, BxAVCB:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

I WILL SELL THE BR^lDBUEY AT NEARLY WHOLESALE PRICES, 1 From S50 to $100 cheaper than elsewhere. Will ' order them y DIRECT FROM TBE MANUFACTORY, NEW YORK, WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. A f 650 PIANO FOR $400. a .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

Rev. Dr. Ferris, New York. "My Bradbury has stood longer in tune, and sounds better than any Piano In my District." Rev. Dr. Fields. Editor of tbe Evangelist, "I have used a Bradbury for years in my family, and think there is none superior." Sands Street Church Brooklyn, St. Luke's M. E. Church, and a host of other churches use the Bradbury Piano in their Lecture and School Rooms, also the Conservatories and prominent Hotels in tbe United States. John Caughey, Beaver Pa., purchased from me three years ago a No. 6 Bradbury, and says: "There is no better, or sweeter toned, or more desirable Piano, according to my judgment and experience, than my Piano. It has given entire satisfaction, and grows better as it becomee older." , Wm. McCoy, of Beaver, Pa., in the spring of 1871, bought fTom me a No. 8 Bradbury, which has proven to be a superior instrument in every respect. Miss Mary McGafflck also owns and uses a Bradbury.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

Chlet 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 aredellghted with ours." Hon. Columbus Delano, Secretary of tbe Interior, Washington, DC, calls the Bradbury the Piano for the Interior. \ P. M. General Cresswell and Mrs. Cresswell.— "All our friends admire the delightful tones, of the Bradbury, used at our receptions." Robert Bonner, New York Ledger—"At any time will drop the lines of "Dexter/ to listen to the tones of the Bradbury." Grand Central Hotel, New York—"In preference to all others, we selected the Bradbury Pianos for our parlors. Our guests pronounce them splendid." \ St. Nicholas Hotel New York.—"Have always used the Bradbury Pianos In our parlors, and take pleasure in recommending them." Hon. John Simpson. M. P., Canada, says: 'The Bradbury can't be excelled. The best in tbe Dominion.1* M. Simpson, Bish...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

LETTER FROM BISHOP SIMPSON. Pmz.4Dzu>HiA. April 87,1868. T. G. Smith A 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 you success as successor to tbe late Wm. B. Bradbury, in continuing the manufacture of his Justly celebrated Pianos. Yours truly, M. SIMPSON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

;¦:&w:&toimmm^ * R^5BUBYKiNOJ:oSlffis?^^ , - V *¦'•->;•;;£.- ... ¦• .... • ¦ ,,; ¦ ,;;<.: ... EStABLISHED IN 1854. OYER 10,00r) arANUFACTUREDfe NO BBTTB8 INSTRUMENT IN THE MARKET. '-'<¦• >'¦'-. ;K.' '• .¦-,". '....' THE BRADBURY THE . .' ¦ • J / \ ' - .' ¦-..- . NATIONAL P^ANO of the COUNTRY. READ THE FACTS. • i Mrs. U.S.Grant; uses in her family the 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 me bow 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 as well as they like me. It speak* every day tbe year round and never looses its voice. I wish its owner could do half eo well"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

PALLSTON FOUNDRY AND REPAIR SHOP! JOHN THORNJLEY, PROPRIETOR. i i STOVES, GREAT REPUBLIC, THE BEST COOKING STOVE IN USE, WITH THE EXTENSION TOP. STANDS UNRIVALLED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

1,000 NAMES ATTEST ITS MERITS. THORNILEY'S NEW ADJUSTIBLE GRATE Throws our more beat witb less fuel and less dust than any other. ENGINES AND CASTINGS OK ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER. REASONABLE RATES TO ALL. augl6-jjy JOHN THORNILEY. __: £_ ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 10 January 1873

A GENTS WANTED FOR BOSTON AND ITS DESTRUCTION. A full, detailed and graphic account of tbe origin, progress, suffering, losses and Incidents of the great conflagration. A rare chance for agents, as every person wants to know the full particulars of this great disaster. Sent by mail for CO cents, s *v | WILLIAM FLINT, dec6-lm. Philadelphia, Pa., or Cincinnati, O. OR JOB PRINTING GO TO THE i RADICAL OFFICE.

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