Butler citizen. (Butler, Pa.) 1877-1922, November 05, 1879, Image 4

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    How FAB BESS WIM. GO FOK HON
EY. The precise distance that bees will
fly in search of forage I am unable to
State. Some consider three miles the
extreme limit, while others place it as
high as twelve. The most satisfactory
results may be expected if abundant
stores cao be found within two miles.
It is evident that they will work more
freely upon blossoms at some little
distance from the apiary than upon
those close by. If I were to sow any
thing with a view to a supply of honey,
I would prefer that it should not be in
the immediate vicinity of the hives.
Their flights are evidentally modified
by local conditions. During the largo
yield from basswood in 1874, as the
blossoms failed in the valley, the bees
continued bringing in the same quality
of honey, following the basswood day
by day" as it opened up on the hills,
until the first week in August, when
they still came in heavily loaded but
very tired from a long flight. I drove
to the hills, six miles distant, and
found that basswood was just coming
into bloom there. I immediately moved
forty-eight swarms to this location, and
in the following week these forty-eight
colonies gave me one ton of surplus
honey, while the seventy-one swarms
left at home did not secure one-half
that amount, yet they continued work
ing on the same ground during the
entire period. This is a fine illustration,
of the advantage of obtaining forage
within a reasonably short distance. I
have never had direct proof to the
effect (yet there is ground for the
belief) that if honey could not be found
nearer the bees would not fly the dis
tance named without being gradually
led along by newly-opening blossoms,
as in the case mentioned.—
New Bee-Keeping.
—Perpetual motion—A barber's jaw.
—Of absorbing interest—A sponge.
A pretty girl has a right to bare
arms.
—ls the electric. light enough to
float?
Flour is rising. All good flour
should rise.
—The outlook in Washington—The
Observatory.
—A bird on the hat is worth two in
the millinery store.
—The man who finds a pocketbook
with cash in it doesn't look at a paper
for three weeks.
Painted belts are to be worn di
rectly ; so that most ladies will have
to be labelled "Look out for paint."
—Bergen Tunnel would be a good
place for the next walking match—the
trains must be kept running, however.
He said he wanted her to be his
helpmeet, and she replied that she
could never be more than assister to
him.
—The ordinary life of a locomotive
is thirty years. No doubt it would
live much longer if it didn't smoke so
much.
—A gun that misses fire when the
owner knows it is loaded is waiting to
surprise some small member of the
family.
—A man may be induced to give up
every other right, but the right to find
fault he will never yield except with
his life.
—The English say that a man in a
swallow-tail coat looks like a gentle
man when you do not mistake him for
a waiter.
—"They fired two shots at him,"
wrote an Irish reporter. "The first
shot killed him, but the second shot
was not fatal."
—There is a man in Illinois named
I. Kister, and everytime he attaches
his signature to anything he gives
himself dead away.
—The world owes us all a living,
but the only way we can collect the
debt is to pull off our coats and take it
out of the world's hide.
—"How old is the world ?" is not a
question of half the vital human inter
est to most men as to know the age of
the whisky they drink.
—A generous restaurant keeper dis
plays a sign of "Free Chops," and
when the old loafers come around he
shows them an ax and a wood-pile.
—The barber's razor took hold of
his beard with a vengeance, when he
looked up and said, apologetically, "My
dear sir, I came in to get shaved, not
to get a tooth pul.ed."
—No clergyman should give a cer
tificate that any particular brand of
patent medicine has cured him of a dis
ease which he did not have, however
agreeable may lie the taste of the med
icine.
—A teacher defined conscience as
something within you that tells you
when you have done wrong." • "I had
it once," spoke up a young tow-head
of six summers, "but they had to send
for the doctor."
—When the country editor wishes
to get up a big sale for his paper he
sends through an office presided over
by a woman, a postal card, to a cor
respondent, on which is written : Send
me a full account of th tt scandal.
* —lt being claimed by one of the
sterner sex that man was made first
and lord of creation, the question was
asked by an indignant beauty how
long ho remained lord of creation.
"Until he got a wife," was the reply.
—-A. new song is called, "Oh, Stay
With Me, My Darling." But the
young man looked at the clock and
said he must get home in time for
breakfast, and he had over half a mile
to drive. Then he bit her on the lip
and left.
—Ebenezer Stone and his wife
Flora, out in Illinois, were divorced
not long ago, but afterward they came
to an understanding, were remarried,
and are now happy together. It was
a ease of Eb and Flo, it would seem ;
at any rate they are tide now.
—Three short years ago they were
married, and he loved she and she
loved ho for all they were individually
aud collectively worth. They couldn't
do enough for each other. The other
night she called him a darned old fool,
and he was heard to remark to her
that "if she didn't get over on her own
piller he'd break her jaw."
never learn to understand a boy. They
can't seem to comprehend why Le
should be so unanimous in regard to
getting up at four o'clock in the morn
ing to take part in a fishing or hunting
excursion while it requires the expen
diture of three tons of energy to get
him out of bed at seven o'clock when
there is a cord of wood to pile up.
Even politicians and other scientists
can't explain this.
WHERE TO BUY
HARDWARE]
— " j Norway Iron, Oilers,
Axes, Augers ] „ Oil Stones, Padlocks,
Auger Handles, Awls, -g Qr*iA ~T? 4T T IQ/ (l Picks, Planes, Plows,
Apple Parere, IX / M £ xxJjlJi lO • Plane Irons
Auger Bits, Axle Grease, W • Pollers, Pocket Cutlery,
Bells, Bolts, Blocks, Porcelain Kettles,
Brushes, Bits, j . , thankinn our natrons and i Percussiou Caps,
Blacksmiths Sledges, After* naming / I Rakes, Razors,
Builders' Hardware, the public generally Jor thei j. ivuts Revolvers,
Brass Butls, liberal patronage in the pad, WC Rules, Razor Strop;,
Butts and Hinged, j M respectfully announce thatfa, Traps, Saws,
Blasting Powder, wouui ir j j » . r Sca i es Screws, Shot,
Carpenters' Tools, we have now m stock. aJ ml line or Stoves,
Carriage Bolts, | Scythes, Screw Drivers,
Cook Stoves, TTF AVY A.ND SHELF Seville Stones,
Cartridges, Chains, Shovels, Spades,
Chisels, Cordage, Spikes, Spoons, Steel,
Churns, T~|" "1 _ 0 Stove Polish, Springs,
Cow Bells, Cutlery, I—l OT* (j T\/ *£. Xtv Tinware,
Door Springs and btops, J—l- C-v -I- va * * Table Cutlery, Tacks,
Drawing Knives, . Tools. Trunk Locks,
Egg Beaters, Edge Tools, ~ ~ , i. Traps. Tape Measures,
Faucets, Files, suitable for the tall trade, at, 1 Tacks ,
Forks, Fly Traps, prices to suit the times. Vises—Blacksmiths',
Gun Caps Gimlets, 411 those in need of anything In Vises-Hand,
Gun Locks, Glass, ' jnrifed to. Whips, \\ ire,
Gunpowder, Grindstones, our line are Cordially Washers, Whetstones,
Hammers, Hoes, ca n and examine goods and prices . window Springs,
Handles, Harness Snaps, j..,f ( . re purchasing elsewhere. \ Window Locks,
Hatch Hinges, J 1 Wringers, Wrenches,
Horse Shoes and Nails, j „„„„ T „ „ T mr<Tji?T T Wire Cloth, Wedges,
Lanterns, Locks, JACKSON & MITCHELL, Wardrobe Hooks,
Mallets, ! Wardrobe Locks,
Malleable Iron Castings.: Corner Main A Jefferson Sts., Wood Saws, Wire ttope,
Meat Cutters, yard Sticks,
Machine Screws, j BUTLER PA". Zhik Oilers,
Measuring Tapes, ' Zink Sheet, Ac.
Nuts, Nails, 1
, _ » House Furnishing Goods,
Agricultural Implements, ±ious
Farmers' Supplies,
Iron, Steel, Metals, Blacksmiths' Supplies, fco.
CARPETS! OIL CLOTHS! MATS! HUGS! STAIR RODS
=j NEW STOCK! NEW STOCK! >
| HECK & PATTERSON'S §
I NEW CARPET ROOM j
NOW OPEN! c
Qci© Qqq>p B©«th) o>f (Slothing &©«§©» c
Duffy'* Block, sept2o-tf Butler, Fa, p
isdogHIVXS iSIVH i SHI0 r IC) HO iSXgcIHVO
OCTOBER 6th, 1879.
Bargains in Black Cashmeres!!
NEVER BEFORE EQUALED.
42-Inch All- Wool, 5 0 cents.
46-Incli at 75c., Ssc. and sl.
40-Inch at 65c., 75c. and up to sl.
for Samples and be Convinced.
Choice Dress Goods opening d„,v. One
Handsome Broche E3ects, 50c*.uup.j ew mack and Colored Brocade Silks, $1.50 to
_ , $2.50 por yard.
46-inch Shoodah Clothe, at 75c.—16 choice j^ w g| ack
Shades and blacks that aic une- * I, w aml 75 t | mt aro positive bargains,
quailed values. New Clni'!2<*:ible Silks.ct 85c.,worth fI.
Lipid's Fine Colored Mm » ■» «. •"*
Largest and rtoicest collection Handsome Nov- at low prices.
elites, Armures, Brocr.des an*} Sell 00l- We have placed on 11 'y) e .
ored Sinkings, in 42 to 48-inc!i 111 uk Silks, at «2. s&&>, f2.00, te.lo, and
goods ever
sl, $1.50 and j taction, and are of unusually
upwards. ! haudsome finish.
. JJew Cloaks, New Dolmans, New Jackets, New
An endl?sß variety, the best values, the newest ; Circulars, lo $75 each.
designs Medium Dress Goods, to 40c. - won ],j c .,n gpcci.il attention to our Medium
Extra Wide (34-inch) American Colored Cush- i Priee Carineuts ?") to
V meres, at 25c. I New Silk Fur Lined Circulars, $45 up.
BGG-GS &c BUHL,
118 & 120 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY}
N B Blankets, Flannels, Ladies', Kisses'. Children's and Gents' Underwear Department
now complete, with values tli.t will invito th; closest buyers, both wholesale and retail
e Hardware i Implements !||
E J. G. & W. CAMPBELL,
Sole Agents for the World-P.enowned """
:::::: niipi/UVE MOWER AND REAPER, E:
in il il 1 CIDER MILL, |E
MIPT/rVE QRAiN DRILL,
DIMDIG bakb ' §
I REINDEER HIT BIK, ITMCIIiT RMt, i
EjL. M. COSBY'S Celebrated FANNING- MILL. E
»KA.XI«CM«AI IMT
Cultivators, Scythes fy Snaths, ;;;;;;
Shovel Plows, Grain Cradles, ;;;;;;
Corn Planters, Forks $ Hoes, ;;;;;;
Lawn Mowers, Gum Hose, !••••••
And Everything in the Implement Line.
E Stoves and Tinware, E
:::::: House FuriiisliiiiK i:E
CARPENTERS' AND FARMERS' TOOLS.
jpfr- PHOSPHATE ALWAYS ON HAND. !
Goods greatly reduced in price and satisfaction guaranteed. :
;;;;;; j. o. & w. CAMPBELL. J::"::
RYCKMAN, DAY & CO.,
UKI SHORE miEHGDS,
BROCTON, N. Y.,
MANUFACTURERS OP
Pare M&tiv© Wiaes,
Still and Sparkling Wine,
AND
Brandies from Native Grapes
Our wines arc put up in choice packages, and
are jrmirauteed to be strndard good* and give
satisfaction.
O. LTZEL, Agent,
ap2ly BUTLER, P. 1
tjpj* WntUn Ciifcxa*tt: HutU*r, I&i»s*a*k**r 5, 18?9.
INCREASED PENSIONS
For all moldiern late of pen<<iou iw too
low. at* compared with liberal lawn, or whono
diitabilitieH have increased ninee potiHion \va«
granted. Tliounandn are entitled, aud uhould at
once apply.
BftTTIITV (liio all Holdiera dincliarßed
JjU UrllX for wonndH, rupture or other
injury (not disease), who have failed to receive
the amount promised, also to who enlisted
between January Ist, 17G3, ana April Ist. 1864.
for 8 years who had previously served a term of
9 months or more and failed to receive a bounty
of S4OO for last service. 4100 due all soldiers
who enlisted for 3 years prior to July
and were mustered before August Gth, 18G1, re
gardless of time served. Pay for rations while
prisoners of war, still due. Ac., Ac.
Wo have had a long aud extensive experience
in collecting claims and furnish the best of ref
erence when desired, Only legal fees charged
and no pay until clritr i-> allowed, so that it costs
you nothing to apply. Fjr ful linformation ad-
McNEIEL A BIRCH. P. O. Drawer 457 Wash
ington, D. C.
Always enclose stamp for reply. 015-lm
PLANUM MILL
—AND—
Eiiiiiibci* Yard !
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS.
S.&. Purvis & Co.,
KWUFACTITBKRS AJiD DEALERS 111
Rough and Planed Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FRAMES,
MOULDINGS,
SASH,
DOORS,
Patent Moulded Weatherboarding.
FLOORING,
SIDING,
BATTK S
BRACKETS
and Scroll Sawing ol every description
Gauged Cornice Boards,
Cornice Moulding
PORCH POSTS,
STAIR RAILS, .
Newell Posts and Balustera
FENCE, PALINGS, &c., &c.
MICHIGAN SHINGLES,
Barn Boards; Plastering Lath ; Hem
lock Bill Stuff, suc;h as Joist Raf
ters, Scantiinc, &c.. all sizes
constantly on hand.
ALSO,
RIG STUFF
AND
TANK STUFF
for oil wells.
All of which we will sell on
reasonable terms and guar
antee satisfaction.
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Near Gorman Catliollc Cbnrch
Jan 3., 1877. lv
BUTLER
Lumber Yard and Planing Mill.
H. BAUER~& BROS.,
JEFFERSON ST.. - - BUTLER, PA.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Doors, Sash, Frames, Blinds,
Molding of all descriptions,
Brackets, Patent Molded
Weatherboarding,
Mill Boards, Flooring, Palings,
Stair Railings, Balusters of
every style. &c., &c.
Circular Moldings Made to Order.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Lumber, Plank, Shingles, Lath, &c,
apl2-ly
Z Private Hotpiul, 2(0 I LIJ A new work, price 60
111. I ZTT. rie» of Nature, Phjrri
■aaJl rrivate, Chronic and I ologj of Marriage, Or-
O Female Disease*. gaus of Generation.
Comaltation free. V*# Ditense* of YouHi aad
m Ladies and Gentle- ~ , Manhood; % wealth of
Omen, send one dollar " " choice and valuable in
for samples of be»t CD formation, of interest
rubber goods, and to 1)0(11 * rxca - Nothing
"2 valuable iuformation „ offensive to good taste
■CJ, br express. Rella- f"*" a»id reflnement. Infor
ble Female Pills, 15 nr* mation never befor«
■ per box. Private published. No family
OS home and nurse for should he without it.
Ladif-s during con- CCr*Addrcis, Dr. A. O.
P flnement. *£■ OLIN, 201 Clark St.
§SSf
wMm
Prrmaneatly cares
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
KIDNEY DISEASES,
CONSTIPATION
and PILES.
DR. B. IL CLARK, Booth Hero, Yt., Nn "la
tiKi of KIDNEY TIiOCELES it has o-. tcd like a
ctisrm. It bus cured n:ar. j- Tcrj bo J cacct of PILES,
And it boa never failed to octi'Qclcnt!j-. w
E. M. SCTTOJf, of Eur::atton, ur>, "An ■ IJrer
tnvicorator it la w'.lhout no equal. I u»e it to pi*.
vent uad cure bc*d»< h<N an ! nil bi:iiou* ottneka."
KELSON r.VinC::iLD, cf 11. A'ban*. Yt., aaja,
**lt Uof rrlec!cairva!uc. AfScrrlitccns carrofcrenl
•nfferlncr lVoni I'ilea und CwUvcueia it complete!/
cored me."
C. 8. 110C.V805, cfUcrkslilrc, »ny«, "one pack
mse has do:.o xeouZcrn fjr me !completely curing m
•evere Liver aud Kidney Complaint.^
IT HAS MUT? 9
WONDERFUL Will J
POWER. i
BECAUSE IT ISTITE CTTLY MEDICINE TIIAT
ACTS ON T:::: LIVES, BOWELS AND KIDNEYS
ATT::E SAZLIS TIHE.
Becuuae It e!can»cs the whole ayatern of the poison
oua humors that olbcrwlnedcvelopc in Xlllllouancaa,
Jaundice, Con#>*!r>atlon, Kidney and Urinary dl»-
etwes, or Kbeunatlj'm and I.nrabnnro, and which fa
women, dlaordcr every function and bring on weak
■CM and
If you want tobo well In apltecf yourself, use KTD.
KEY-AVOKT. It la a dry vegetable compoun. !, und
One pmcLago IT1!1 ma!:O KIX finart-t < f Ulctllciue*
Bur tt at the Dmurlit*.
ELl *^
Ayer's
Hair Vigor,
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
'wi'ii th", qioss end of 'yourt!
Thin hair is thickened, falling hair
checked, and baldness often, though
not always, cured by its use. Noth
ing can restore the hair where the
follicles are destroyed, or the glands
atrophied and decayed. But such as
remain can be saved for usefulness
by this application. Instead of foul
ii"i£ the hair with a pasty sediment, it
will keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances
which make some preparations dan
gerous, and injurious to the hair, the
Vigor can only benefit but not harm
it." If wanted merely for a
HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it does nc* soil white cambric,
and yet Lists long on the hair, giving
it a "rich, glossy lustre and a grateful
perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemlata,
LOWELL, MASS.
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tale by News Dealers. AGENTS wanted.
j- DR. BI'TTS invites all persons suffering from
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EL Gr ii I E 13,
DEALER IN FINE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, &C.
ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY.
MAIN STREET, (North of Lowry House,) BUTLER, PA.
t-W WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED, AND WARRANTED. -««
PROVERBS. |
"Tim nieli"st Lilixxl, Swiftest Breath 1
and Fairest Skin i i llop Bitters." $
"A little Hop ]Jilt.-is saves big doctor 8
bills and Ion.; j-ieknes-'."
"Tb it i:ivaii 1 vifc, mother, sister or p
cbii>l c m b'j ni.nio tlio picture of health e
with Hop Bitters." §
" Wli u worn down find ready to take {
your !.itl, Hop Kilters i.-t what v.m need." B
"Don't physic i.nd phvs'.c, for it weak- ft
ens r.n<l d strovs, but t ii:; Jlop Hitters, a
that bnild rp tuo'Jnu liiy."
"Physicians of all schools n."e and |
rccnraniend Hop I'liter*. 'J"e>t thein." '
"i li-alth is b .iiity iinJ joy—llop Bitters 2
giv s I < r.hh a;: l b.-auty."
" There aro iaor • eur; 3 made with Hop jr
Bitte:s tiian all oiiier medicines." g
•• Vv'l:i-nthc is weari"d, the nerves |
pnstrung, the m solus v. eak. U3e Hop E
Bitters." >
"That low, ncrvou* frv r,want of sleep I
and weakness, ca'li for i; \> Bitters."' B
Hop Cough Cura and Pain Relief is |
F-leasant, Sure and Cheap.
For I«K1O hy n:l drucsi-lit. S
13. Roessing,
[Successor to A. C. Roe-Ming 4 Bro.]
DEALEIt IN
Groceries,
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, OIL,
—AND—
Anthracite Goal.
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID IN
WCA9H*®«
FOR GRAIN OF ALL KINDS.
sop4tf
Union Woolen Mills.
I would Oexire to call tlio attention of the
public to the Union Woolen Mill, Butler, Pa.,
where I have new anil improved machinery for
the manufacture ot m
Barr6d and Gray Flannels,
Knitting and Weaving Yarns,
and I can recommend them an being very dura
ble, an they are manufactured of pure Butler
county wool. They are beautiful in color, su
perior in texture, and will bo sold at very low
prices. For Maniples and price*, addroxs,
11. FULLERTON,
Ju124,'78-ly) Butler, P»
AS IT ALWAYS HAS BEEN
SO IT STILL REMAINS !
The Largest and Best in Western Penn'a!
WITH NO RECOGNIZED RIVAL!
AN INSPECTION OF OUR IMMENSE STOCK, AND A COMPARISON
WITH OUR PRICES, WILL PROVE WUAT WE HAVE
EVER CLAIMED, THAT
KAUFMANN'S
IS THE
CHEAPEST CORNER
83, 85 and 87 SmUhfield St.
FOll MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
We mention a few of the many bargains each department contains.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
AT $4.37- AT $5.62
Gents'Hsavy All Wool Gsnts' Fins Worsted:
Csssimers Suits, Suits, Perfect Pitting, I
Durable. A.T Stylish. J A bargain. -AT SO. A bargain. I
Men's Iron Twist Knit*. . . £"2 25 Men's Blue C.iKtor Suits, . . £8 37
Men's Union Cassimcro Suits. . . 890 Men's Imported Cheviot Suits, . 975
Meii's Scotch Cheviot Suits. . . X 12 Men's Fine Tricot Suits. . . 11 00
Men's All Wool Diagonal Suits, . . 6 75 Men's Fine Cloth Drees Suits, . . 13 50
CaTEach depaitmcut superblp stockod with styles and fabrics of our own design and selection.
I ~~ j
Men's Extra Heavy Men's Fine Chinchilla
OVERCOATS, " OVERCOATS,
51.85. 53.75.
Boys' and Children'.** Departmeiit.
Boys' School Suits $1 90 Children's Blouse Suits. . . $1 15
Boys' Union Cascimere Suits, ; . 237 Children's Worsted Suits, . . 270
Boys' Scotch Cheviot Suits, . • . 3 02 Children's Tricot Suits, . . 3 25
Boys' Fine Dress Suits, . . . 4 00 . Children's Fine Dress Suits, . . 4 12
Our Assortment Always the Largest!
Our Styles Always the Newest!
Our Makes Always the Best!
Our Guarantee Always Reliable!
OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
is newly stocked with Cassimeres, Cheviots. Worsteds. Sc., which we make to order at extremely
low prices. Pants to older. .*3.25. Suits to order. $13.50.
Our Hat and Gents' Furnishing Departments
contain the latest novelties, all marked extremely low.
OTAsk for goods advertised, as we allow no misrepresentations to be made.
13 3U SURE IT IS
K A. [JFM ANN'S
Cheapest Corner, 83, 85 and 87 Smithfield St., Pittsburgh,
COR. DIAMOND STREET,
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SIMPLICITY SIMPLIFIED!
BMBk Improvements September, 1878.
Notwithstanding the VICTOR has long been the
peer of any Sewing Machine in the market —a fact
■r If supported by a host of volunteer witnesses—we now
H M confidently claim for it greater simplicity,
■ If a wonderful reduction of friction ana a rare
tlo is a beautiful specimen of mechanism,
inventive genius. Hote. —Wo lease
cons '8 n Machines, therefore, have no old
We Sell New Machines Every Time.
Send for Illustrated Circular and prices. Liberal terms to the trade. Don't buy
until you have seen the
Most Elegant, Simple and Easy Running Machine in the
Market.—The ever Reliable VICTOR.
VICTOR SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
Western Branch Office, 235 STATE ST., CHICAGO, IIX. MIDDLETOWN, CONN*
"a'Sajt"
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL SEE
BY EXAMINIHC THIS MAP. THAT THE
ROCK
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST !
Its main line runs from ChieaßO to Council llluffs SMOKING SALOON where you can enjoy your
nnil Omaha, pnssin.' through Jollct, Ottawa. I,a " Havana "nt all hours of tho day.
Salle, Genesoo. Mollne, Bock Island. Oavonport, Magnificent Iron Bridges span tho Mississippi
West L.iberty. low-.T City. Marengo. Brooklyn, AND Missouri rivers at all points crossed bv this
Grinnell and Des Moines. itlie capital of Iowa) lino, and transfers are avoided at Council Bluffs,
with branches from Bureau Junction to Peoria: l.eavenworth and .Itchlson. connections being
Wilton Junction to Muscatine. Washington, Fair- made In I'nlon depots.
Hold. Kidon. Belknap. Centrovllle. Princeton. THE PRINCIPAL It. It. CONNECTIONS OF
Trenton. Gallatin. Cameron. Leavenworth and THIS GREAT THROUGH LINK Altli AS FOL-
Atehison : Washington to Slgmirney. Oskaloosa LOWS:
and Knoxvllle : Keokuk to Farmlngton. Bona- At CHICAGO, with all diverging lines for the Kast
parte. Bentoiis|Mirt. Independent. Eldon, Ottum- and South.
wn. Lddyvillc. Osl-nluos:'. Ivlla, Monroe and I>es AT KN'FII.EWOOn. with the !.nke Shore \ Mlchi-
Molnes : DEI Moines TO ln-Ilunola and H iuterset; PAN Southern auJ Pittsburg, It. Wayne JT Chicago
Atlantic to Audubon, AMI A voca to 1 larlan. This K. Itds.
Is positively tho only itailroad. which owns, con- At WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, with Pittsburg. Cln
trols and operates a throuj-'h lino between Chicago cinnatl & St. Louis It. It.
and Kansas. At LA SALLE. with Illinois Central 11. K.
This Company own and control their Sleeping At PEORIA, with P.. P. ,U.; P.. 1.. & I).: I. IT. &
Cars, which are Inferior t.I none, anil Rive you a w.: 111. Midland;and T.. P. .V W. Itailroads.
double berth bill weep < hit into and Council Bluffs, AT lttK'K Ist. AMI, with Western Union It. It. and
I.eavenwortli. or Atchison for Two Hollars and Uock Island A Peoria Itailroad.
Fifty Cents, and a section for Five Hollars, while At HAVEN POUT, with the Davenport & North
all other lines charge between the same points Western K. It.
Three Dollars for » double berth, and Si* Dollars AT WEST LIBERTY, with the Burlington, Cedar
for it section. Kapids 8L Northern It. It.
What will please YOU most will be the pleasure At GltiyNELI. with Central It. H. of lowa,
of enjoying your meal*, while passing over the At DCS MoINKS. with I). M. A Kt. Dodge IT. It.
beautiful prairies of ILLINOIS and lowa, In one of At C'OCNCIT. BI.CFfs, with I'nlon Pa ride It. It.
our magntllci-nt Dlulng mid Restaurant Cars that At OMAHA, with B. H M - 11. K. It. (In Neb.)
AT company Mil Through Express Trains. VOU get ATCOLF .MUt'SJR.VITION, with Burllngtoii.Cedar
an entire meal. H» good IN Is served In any Urst- Baphls A Northern It. It.
class hotel, for seventy-Bvo cents; or YOU can At OTTCJIWA. with Central It. It. of Iowa: St.
order wh it you like, and pay for what you get. Louis. Kan. City & Northern and B. AO. It. Itds.
Appreciating tho fact that A majority of tho peo- At KEUKI'K. with Toledo, Peoria and Warsaw;
pie prefer separate npartineuts for different pur- Wabash, anil St. Loui4. Keokuk 4 N.-W. It. Kils.
poses 'nnd the enormous passenger business of At BEVEIU.Y, with Kan. city. St. J. &C. B. It. It.
Ihis line warrant. N.' it), wo are pleased to an- At ATCHISON, with Atchison. Topeka & Santa
'nounce that this I'onmanv runs its PALACE Ke; Atchison ,T Neb, and Ccn. Br. Union Puciile
fI.KIH'IN'I; C A Its f.r sleeping purposes, audits It. Itds.
PALACE DINING CAItS for Eating purposes. At LEAVENWOBTQ, with K. P. and K. Cen.
Olio other great feature of our Pulace Cars is a It. Itds.
PALAC E CARS lire run Oiroiigli to I»EORIA,DEH MOIN ES, COUNCIL BLITFS,
ATCHISON and I.EAVEVWORTHI
Tickets vl.I lhl» I.lne. known us the "Great llock Inland Route," lire sold by
all Ticket Agents In the United Slates and Canada.
For Information not obtainable ut your home ticket offlec, address,
A. KIMIJATJL. E. ST. JOIIN. ,
UETI'I Superintendent. Gen'L Tkt. and PaaVgr Aat.,
** Clncuuo, 111.
Time of Holding Court*.
The Court direct that after the 11th day of
March, IS7S, the several Courts of the county
of Butler shall commence on the first Monday
of March, June, Scptemlier and December in
each year, to continue iwo week*, or so long as
necessary to dispose of the business. It is fur
ther ordered that hereafter no causes be put
down for trial or traverse jurors summoned for
the iirst week of the several terms.
JAMES J. CAMPBELL,
C«*« »*«»■■ ca*.
Office in Fairview borough, in Telegraph
Office.
jan 15] BALDWIN P. 0.. Bntler Co., Fa.
CKBIIIB AHMOII,
tfustice of the Peace,
Main street, opposite Postoffice,
jiylG ZELIENOPLE, PA.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW".
SUTLER. PA.
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Office with W. H. II lii»l<Ur-, Emj.
NEWTON BLACK;
Office in Firrt National Bank Building.
E. 1 KKU«H,
Office in Kiddle's Law Building.
S. F. BOVr^ER.
Office in Riddle's Law Building. [marß'76
J. B. McJUNKIN.
Special attention given to collections Ollict *
opp.'sile VViliard House.
JOSEPH R. BRED IN, ~~
Office north-east comer of Diamond, Butler
Pa.
n. 11. GOUCHER,
Office in Schneideman's building, up Bta.ii e.
J. T. DOXLY
Office near Court Houae. r 74
W. ])."BRANDON," *
ebl7-75 Office in Berg's bniiding
CLA KEN CE WALKEI^
Office in Bredin building- marl"—t
FEUDUKIHEK;
Office In Berir'snew buildiu!;, Main street.ap'Jlj
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Office in Bredin building.
LEV. McQUISTION,
Office Main street, I d,ior south of Court House
JOS." C. VANDERLIN,
Offioe Msiii street, 1 door south of Court Honse.
Wm A. FORQUER,
%iT Office on Main street, opposite Vogeley
House.
GEO. R. WHITE
Office N. E. corner of Diamond
FJ!AN CIS iT PULIVI ANCE~
Office with Gen. J. N. Purviance, Main street,
south of Court House.
J. D. McJUNKIN,
Office in Schneidemnn's building, west side ol
Main street, 2ud square from Court House.
A. G.W II I I A\l
Office on Diamond, two doors west of CITIZEN
office. . ap26
T. c. CA^PBELL!
Office in Berg's new building, 2d floor, eatt
side Main st., a few doors south of Lowrj
House. marH—tf
n A. & M. SULLIVAN,
raay7 Office S. W. cor. cf Diamond.
BLACK & 8R0.7"
Office on Main street, one door south o,
Brady Block, Butler. Pa. (Sep. 2, 1574.
JOHN M MILLER~«STBRO.
Office in Brady's Law Building, Main street,
south of Court House. EUGENE G. MILLKU,
Notary Public. jun4 ly
~ - THOMA g RO BIN SON^
BUTLER, PA.
JOHN H. NEGLEY,
O"oives particular attention to transactions
in real estate throughout the county.
OFFICE ON DIAMOND, NKAB COCIIT HOFSE, IN
CITIZEN JICILDINQ
E. R. ECKLRY, KENNEDY MARSHALL.
(Lake of Ohio.)
ECKLEY & MARSHALL.
Office in Brady's Law Buildintr. 5ept.9,74
C G. CHRISTIE;
Attorney at Law. Legal business carefully
transacted- Collections made and promptly
remitted. Business correspondence promptly
attended to and answered.
Office opposite Lowry House, Butler, Pa.
MISCELLANEOUS. ~
W. M. DAME,
Bohonblou Block, Bradford, Pa.
EDWARD McSWKENEY
SMETHrORT, l'A.
Collections made in McKean, Venango, Butler
and Clarion counties.
M. N MILKS,
Petr iiia, Butler county, Pa. |jn3
W TLLLAM R. CONN,
Office in Brawley House,
(JKEECE CITY. |june7-ly
M. C. BENEDICT,
jan6 tf Pelrnlia, Butler co., Pa
HOTELS
Astor Place HoteL
KUKOX»EAN PLAN.
Astor Place, 3rd A.ve. & Bth St.,
(Opposite Cooper Institute,)
Moav
Best location in the city. Elevated Railroad
and live other lines ol cats p«ss the door.
Rooms 50 tents to 42 per day. By the week
f2 aud upwards.
Oi'EN ALL SIGHT. np2ittf
WILLAHI) HOUSE,
Main street, n«ar Cuuit Houso,
BUTLER, PA.
GEO. W. CAMPBELL, - - - PEOPBIETOB.
iW'Good stabling in connection.
"EITENMILLER UOJJSET
On Diamond, near Court House,
BUTLER, PA.
H. EITENMILLER, - - - - PnorniKTon.
This house lias been newly furnished and pa
pered. ami the accommodations are good.
Stabling in connection.
Sl UK RI IS Klt 11 Ol Slv,
Main street, Butler, Pa.
JOHN F. HACKETT, .... PROP'R.
This old and established Hotel has recently
been fitted up in modern style, ond is capable
of accommodating a large number of guests.
Terms moderate. Good stabling attached.
National Hotel,
CORTLANDT BTJIEET, NF.AU BUOADWAY,
NEW YORK,
HOTCHKISS & TOND, - - Prop'rs.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
Tho restaurant, cafe and lunch room attached
are uusnroassed for cheapness and excellence of
service Rooms 50 cts. to $2 per day, £3 to *lO
per week. Convenient to all ferries and city
railroads. Nl.w FUHKITCBK, NEW MANAGE
MENT. janls-ly
WE IKAUDORF,
DKAI.EK IN
IlideN, Leather, Fiiidings, Tal
low, Sheep I'eltH, Plaster
Hair, de., Ac.
Hitrbcst prices paid in cash for Hides, Kips,
Calfskins, Sbeep pelts, Tallow, Ac.
All kinds of Leather, and also Plaster Ilair,
always on hand, and sold at the lowest cash
prices. Also, manufacturer ol aud dealer iu
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips,
Ac., which will tie sold at bottom prices. Ro
pairing promptly attended to. Shop on Cuu-
street, near creek,
miTI.F.K. PA.
HEXRY O. IIAI/K,
FINE MERCHANT TAILOR,
COB.JPENN AND SIXTH STREETS,
Pittsburgh, J'a