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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

ASSOCIATIONS. Enola Lodge. J. O. G. 7' Ao 163—Wnn««,n ter W. C. T., Tillie MoorheatVt^ecKS Friday evening In their hall above A r tW. Dry Good Store. ' tunrst« Beaver Lodge. I. O. O. F., No 3fifi_ n.m.j McCabe, N. g!, David Woodnlff ieJeL Tel every uesday evening. ;' . ea Harrison Graham Encampment inn tr v 116-D. Sbumaker, C. P., Wm. Morton \\ p" n Woodruff, Scribe, meets 1st and 3d Thm'4fl'wv« ings ot each month in Odd FelJo»° flail. ROCHESTER. CHURCHES. Episcopal—Services' every !«undav »tlh « Methodist Episcopal-Rev. T. b. l'lodt*on Pa«;or Services every Sunday at 10ft a. h., aau 7 p »_' Sunday 8chool at 2 p. m. Methodist Episcopol. (German] \ Rev." Miller Pastor. Services every Sunday ailOH a. m andl p.m. Sunday Schoolat 9 a. m. Lutheran—Rev. H. Keck. Past6r. Seiviee^ «• ery Sunday at lOtf a., h., and 7 p. m. Sanda? School at 2 p. m. ' First German Erang. Lutheran, St. Panl> Church—Rev. P. Bonn, Pastoi Service* even other Sunday at 2p.m. Snunat School at lpj Catholic— ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

ffOUSE AND FARM. )0rtaIlCe of Having Good Barns. ""the American Stock Journal .s. The wood barn » of Saxon '^ in It is derived from bere, °%v- and ern, a close place or re-^ itory. ^the earlier historY of iCkiud, it seems to have a very tited application. Any structure ^pU'l^he storing of grain, was .Unci by this term. In letter years 1 word has received a rfmeh wider ^.pVKfatiuii. It embraces a structure of whatever capacity, designed Storing farm crops and protect- ,,,tockdf whatever" description. ^U-ctirne it might be deeply in-|mtilin2 and highly instructive to ,rV,-th" progress.in ihe construc-[]M ot" barns during the last 150 "Uj„ a climate so changeable _. as ours, the proper care ajtd' stabling ofjomestic animals are of more import:„,cf to their health and thrift (ban a large number of farmers seem practically to admit* Fall, winter, and spring storms of rain, snow and sleet not anfrequent-)v last two days and sometimes three. >\, humane, prudent farmer would ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

£tw Q&vtttitimtrttL TRUE TIME FOR ft/ - " 50t»0<V JOLD? Magnetic Time-Keeper, Compas» and Indicator. A, perfect GBM for Hfi^poSet of ewflr twetor, trader, boy, twiner and forlVlSBYBOBY desiring a re labia time-keeper, and alao a enperlor compa&a. Usual watch alze,»teelwork^eb»a»cryftal, ill in a neat OROIDE caae. WABSANT|a> to denote correct time and to keep in order—If fair! j nsod--for three year*.-Nethitigflk+itl This perfect triamph of mechanism will be eent ma neat case, prepaid to any address, for only 9X; a for 18. Circalara, seat free. Try one. Order gpintbe manafactnrers. VERMONT NOVELTY WOBKS, Battleboro, Vt. EaojrMm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

TOHN M. BUCK & CO., Agents for James B. 8tanbnrv'9 Celebrateo BALTIMORE OYSTERS. AI.80 DEALERS IN CAN, BUCKET AND SHELL OYS TERS, ALL KINDS PRE8H PISH, GAME, CANNED FRUITS, &c, &c. 184 Liberty st. «fc 44 Diamond Market., vrrrsBURGH, pa. Orders solicited and promptly filled at lowest price. [febM-ly P A. OVERING, PRACTICAL, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL. WIRE WORKER, Manufacturer of DIAMOND WIRE WINDOW GUARDS, Wire Window Shades, Office A Counter Railing, At NO. 10 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY. PA. Wire Cloth, Sand Screens, Fire Gnards, Nursery Stove Guards, Hat and Cap Stands, Bonnet Stande, Hanging Moss Baskets, Rat and Mouse Traps, Dog Muzzles. Sieves and Riddles, Flower Stands Ac. Wire Figures, Fenders, Hat Trees. All kinds of Wire Work on hand and made to order. Estimates furnished. [feblO'71-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

T> EAD OUR OFFER. A BEAUTIFUL $5 CHROMO FOR NOTHING! "EARLY MORN,% & "THE YOUNG FORAGERS" We will present one of the above beautiful Chromos to each subscriber to either of the foHowing papers: Harper's Weekly, f 4 : New Yc'' Weekly, **; Frank Leslie. $4-.NewYork Ledger. $3; Harpers Bazaar, $4: Fireside Companion. $3; Leslie's Ladies Magazine, $4; Saturday Night, $3: Harper's Magazine. $4, Phrenological Journal. |3; Moore's Rural New Yorker, $4; American Volunteer, $3; Hearth and Home, $4; Prairie Farme r. f&; Godey'e Lady Book, $4 : Scientific Ameiican. f3; Wavcrly Magazine, $5; Peterson's Magazine, f 2. Address all orders to PITTSBURGH SUPPLY COMPANY, septl3 3m. PITTSBURGH, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

/^ REAT OFFERS TO AGENTS Are made by The Saturday Evening Post'ana The Lady's Friend. A beautiful Chromo of the CHILD-PKOPHET "SAMUEL," worth $500, is given with the Paper (subscription price $3 80) or With the Magazine, (price $2 50). Do not fail to examine into this offer, it is A GREAT COMBINATION! Address for particulars, samples, &c. DEACON * PETERSON, 319 Walnut street, Philadelphia. decBlm. rpHE WEEKLY .SUN! ONLY f 1 A YEAR. 8 PAGES. The Best Family Paper. The Bc>-t Agricultural Paper. The Best Political Paper. The Best Story Paper. i The Best Fashion Reports. Tbe Best Cattle Market Reports. The Best General Market Reports. The Best Paper Every Way. THE WEEKLY NEW YORK 8UN. Eight pages, 5tJ columns, f 1 a year' or less than 2 cents a number. Send your Dollar. Address THE SUN, New York City.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

¥>ORROWED OR STOLEN. From the subscriber, a SET OF CART HARNESS, on or about the 15th of October last. If the party having tbe harness in possession will return it without delay, and pay expenses, he will incur no further trouble. DANIEL BANARD. Beaver Fails, Not. 30, '72.-d«cl3-3t, T^iSSSEE?3aANS3;ORT^~r ESTABLISHED IN 1854. OVER io,000 MANUFACTURED. NO BETTER INSTRUMENT IN THE MARKET THE BRADBURY TUB NATIONAL PIANO of the COUNTRY,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

READ THE FACTS. Mrs. U.S.Grant uses in her family the Bradbury and says: "I am perfectly delighted with it." TheodoreiTiltonsaye: "I have had the beautiful Piano so long that now to. ask me how I like it is like asking me how I like one of my children. In fact if yon were to ask the children I'm afraid tbey would,say they liked it almost as well as they like me. It speaks every day the year round and , never looses its voice. I wish its owner coald do half so well." LETTER FROM BISHOP SIMPSON. Philadelphia. April 9T, 1868. T. G. Surra A Coi—G«W«—Having useid, one of your Bradbury Pianos, it has given great satisfacJ tion to my family and to ^ many visitors who have heard its aweet tones at my house. It Is a very superior instrument, both ic finish and power. 1 heartily wish you success ae successor to tbe late Wm. B. Bradbury, ia continuing the manufacture of his justly celebrated Pianos. Yours truly, M. SIMPSON. Chiet Justice Salmon P. Chase. Washington D. C, Decides the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

rtARPETS t CARPETS I CARPEt^t Wl eiotte; Wto^ IN GREAT VABIKrr. LOOK ING GLAS S E S , LADIESVAND GENTS' p mTHEL^ Also a Stock of TRUNKS. My stock comprises all the latest styes and most desirable patterns; and having been bought for cash, direct from tho Manufactories, lam enabled to offer greater inducements to buyers than ear. be found at any establishment in the-county, in the line of Window Shades and Wall Paper. Where satisfaction is hot full and perfeeWwe offer to tbe purchaser tho privilege of exchanging. Before you buy look at onr stock and compare ourprlces. BHiULHElM. , WALL PAPER FURNISHED AND HUNG, CEILINGS DECORATED. PANNEUNGS IN WALNUT, OAK AKDMAPLE, Imitation of Frescoe work in plain tints, with Mouldings, Brackets, &c. done in the latest styles. Orders left with B. MULHEIM. Bridgewater, will be promptly attended to. marSltf A. G. WHITE, Beaver, Pa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

T^OR SALE. I offer for sale my frame house and lot on-Ohio street. In the BOROUGH of PHILLIPSBUBG. containing FIVE ROOMS with portico, rantry and a cellar underneath the whole house. The lot has a front of 65 feet by «45 In depth, is fenced, with good fruit. 20 bearing Concord grape vinos, and a first rate cistern with c"Eain pump, near the premises. Price f 1,100-half cash, the balance in payments to suit the purchasers. Enquire of the underpinned on the premises. „..«.„, septum. GEORGE G. GUBTH.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

' mn^n ^^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ — ; pr; — j— ~r ^^^ ^ -•n^||g|gi^fe|g|u^ ¦¦: Bridwwater^ tue* , JK^^MEBM^^fe-/., all the latest stylet j5S§3HBB51ife tacts &>* p<m«* ||i98^HHBBHBpiiB 3r P»riV and >& WsSKSK^fflBmr silver 1b JS». bWk ^KIIIIIUd^K and most avbrored ^9Hh ^^ manner. He wfll da ' : ^jggBs|W«E~Sgr w°'k'- as cheap aa> ~ :=s== ~ •¦"-—*-• T guarantee tfce faithful and honest performance of every operation, ot return the money. Give him • call. febVTOUy. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

^^^^^^^ atdwai ^^ T S. WINANS \ BEAUtB XH X HARDWABB, IRON, GLASS, AND RlCUV TUBAL rMPLEMENTS ^ EAST SIDE BROADWAY, Agent for WOOD'S MO WEB AND BEAPEB, decS5'6&ly NEW BRIGHTON. PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

fS^TANT^ELI^F^FoF^^ *, , . ASTHMA. Having been afflicted with that terrible com. rSlntw»X a,pl ? te,y .? nflwta ^ »« tor buan^S for weeks at a time, for the last twelvS years, and at last found a BeiMto that rfvl? *NSTANT AND COMPRKPE Bjffirafi ffij concloded to ha yd It prepared tor aal«i so that otfierssimilarly .n^te/canrecaivelaa oenefitof £ assuring them that it will do att, and m»re thanU pormisedfarU,iT* that t*rsonT0%£Stog% neverbertthont it. as as numertms otAtrs m£ have tried tt can testify. ^^ S. 17 ^^ 0' Koeh«»ter, Pa., or will be sent bymait *S*«SJS^"S3r«nf1«»I,,e Wiiurt-tmcents forpost-8ge' ««|a5td»e»BJnK CHAS. B. HUBST. novl8'TO-ly Soeheste*, Beaver?ounty,>a.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

JDRUCE & BARKER, HOUSE,JSIGN & FRESCO PAINTERS GKA1NEBS, GLAZIERS AND PAPER H AN GIN G, Main Street, (opposite the Bank), J/ BEAVER FALLS, PENN'A. We give especial attention to all kinds of Sign anft Fresco Painting, and guarantee all or onr work to give satisfaction, both In price and material. mar34"M—ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

T M. FIFE &CO., BEAVER FALLS, PENN'A.. Manufactuiorfl of COOKING, HEATLNG, AND PARLOR 8TOVE8 of different styles and flolsb. .^TThe Designs are of the latestpatternsand are highly approved, being chaste and beautiful in appearance. oc38'70-iy

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

rpwO POPULAR LECTURES, "SMOKE" AND "RUTS," BY BEV. J. BENSON HAMILTON, OF BOSTON, MASS. Churches or Lecture Committees desiring a pleasing and instructive entertainment, can secure tho services of Mr. Hamilton upon reaeonablo terms. He ia 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 show: WHAT THEY SAY OF "SMOKE." It was a keen and humorous exposure of the "Sham and Show" of lire. His description or the peculiarities of some Smoky men elicited bursts of laughter and Applause. He was funny and instructive both.—Boston Transcript. It was a humorous lecture illustrated by an abundance of witty and satirical anecdotes, exhibiting tho very superior descriptive powers of the speaker, and showed in well defined style tbe value of the real and true.—Abington Standard. The lecture was received with laughter and applause, as it revealed clouds of "Smoke" wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

"THB FAITH. CHRISTIAN HOPE, GRACES." I CHARITY. "And now atAdeth Faith. Hope, and Charily; 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 thb new picinre. Tbe grouping of the fignreg is grace itself; and the countenances of such henvenly sweetness, that it senms as ii the artist most have seen them in a vision. This rare and elegant $5 line and stipple steel engraving is sent free to every subscriber to "AbTHXTB'S llXUSTBATED HOXE MAGAZINE for 1873," Price of Magazine. $2,50 a year. Sample numbers, 15 cents. LOCAL CANVASSING AGENTS wanted everywhere. Large commissions and territory guaranteed. Send for Agenfs Confidential Circular. You can hardly show the "Chbiswan Graces" to any person of taste or religious feeling without gettiBff a subscriber. Address T. S. ARTHUR A »ON, Philadelphia, Pa. jan3-lm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

IRON AND TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. I herewith offer for sale two of tbe 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 tbe '••Iron Mountain Furnace Lands," with abundance ol rich Ore, Wood and Limestone, and within % to % mile of tbe Tennessee ond-Cumbertand rivers, also Including abont twenty Small Farms. The other Trad fronts a mile on the 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 Whit<t and Black Oak, Poplar. Hickory, Maple, Ash, &c; underlaid with the best of Ore. Both tracts arc in Stewart county. ALSO, Two valuable Tracts of Timber Land in Houston county, one of 1.870 acres, within half a mile of tbe Louisville A Memphis R. R-, and 1>4 mile* east ol the County fc eat. One other Tract half s mile west or the County Scat, with the Railroad passin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

Art pj A A MONTH, $250. WE WANT 10,000 AGENTS, MALEOR FEMALE. To make the above amount, selling BRIDE'S COMBINATION NEEDLE CASE AND POKTB MONNAIB. This la an article of absolute necessig wjth every lady, and pays a large profit. For inula* andtaraaa addraea PITTSBURGH SUPPLY COMPANY, dec6-3m. Jttt8burgh,P«.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 14 February 1873

— i ^ — - ¦ ^ Rec pes. To Fry Fish Well.—Have the fish well scalded, washed and drained, cat slashes in the sides of each, season them with salt and pepper, -and, roll them in cor i flonr, have in your frying pan hot lard or bacon drippings, dip them in, egg before rolling them in corn flonr to keep them from breaking. Quick Cake.—Sieve three caps of flour, and add two teaspoons baking powder, a pinch of salt, one cup of sugar, three eggs well * beaten, half a cup of butter, and sweet milk enough to make a moderately stiff batter. .Bake twenty minntes.in a good oven. Vegetable Soup.—An excellent soup can be made by putting a cup ful of Lima beans,a cup full of sliced potatoes, five sliced carrots into one pint of milk; pepper and salt to taste. Simmer it for an hour and a Kali. Before serving, blend a teaspoonful of flour in half a cup of milk ; bring the soup to a boil and slowly stir in the the thickened milk, until the soup becomes smooth. Rice Waffles.—To make rice waf...

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