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Local and General.
CHEW Jackson's Bert Sweet Navy Tobacco.
THB cigar makers throughout the
land are being kept extremely busy.
WORKING and Dress Shirts of all
v;«wl« ftom 20 cents up, at Charles B. Grieb's.
A cocvrißFSiT $5 greenback is
out. Scan closely all fives that you get held
WM. MARDORF is paying as high as
$6 and $7 for heavy Steer and Heifer Hides.
Il is now considered poor taste, to
begin • conversation by an allusion to the
THE latest styles in Neckwear, at
Charles R. Grieb's.
HEBE lies a girl as one forgotten,
who lost, her shape with the rise of cotton. —
SPECIALTIES in woolens at William
Aland's Merchant Tailoring establishment not
• to be had elsewhere in the county.
SAYS the M'Gregor (Iowa) News :
"The weather is not only unreliable but un
principled. Last Sunday it rained all day on a
camp meeting and shone All day Monday on a
THOSE who hare Beef Hides for sale
take them to Boessing's Tannery and get the
highest market price that can be obtained for
THREE kittens have died of diphthe
ria in Ogdcosbnrg, N. Y. They contracted the
disease from children affected with it. The
post-mortem examination showed plainly the
diphtheritic membrane in the kittens' throats.
WM. MARDORF is paying more for
Beef Hides, Kips, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts and
Tallow than any Tanner or dealer in the
SHORTLY before Mrs. Ben. Tobias,
of Petrolia, breathed her last, she called her
husband to her bedside and, after imparting to
him the sad intelligence that she was going to
die, informed him that he would find nearly all
the money he had given her on various occa
sions, as pin money, stowed away in her bureau
drawer as a reserve fund for a "rainy ('ay."
After the funeral her husband found over SSOO
in cash in the place designated. Such an ex
ample is worthy of imitation.— Record.
THE Winter Term of the Wither
spoon Institute will open Dec. Ist, 1879. The
Institution is in a flourishing condition. Ex
oellent advantages are offered to students of
A SINGULAR case of recovery from
insanity through an injury occurred recently
in the Homoeopathic State Asylum for the In
sane. A male patient, 24 years old, when in a
state of violent irritation, sprang up to the gas
fixture, caught hold of a slender tubing, and
swung himself with considerable force. The
fixtnre gave way and the patient fell, striking
his head upon tne stone pavement. Instantly
he arose, walked out of the ward, and gave a
clear account of the accident he bad met with.
He had, in fact, recovered his mind, though he
suffered greatly from the external injuries to
his scalp. This case is not alone of its kind.
Some physicians have seriously tried to raise
the question of the application of sudden and
violet shaking of the head to the treatment of
insanity ; but as the question of the dose is one
of great difficulty, this heroic method remains
optional with the patients themselves.
5,000 Beef Hides of all descriptions
wanted, Steer, Cow, Heifer or Bull Hides,
trimmed or nntrimmed,. at Wm. Mardorfs,
West Cunningham street, Butler, Pa.
THE modus operandi of Mr. Ful
lerton, the rat killer now operating in Pitts
burgh, is about as follows: His weapons of
offense are a bull's-eye lantern, a pistol and a
pair of tones. He operates late at night, when all
is quiet. He dodges stealthily obuut the by
ways of the hotels, every now and then throw
ing the bright light of his lantern full in the
eyes of a rat, so blinding the rodent that he
picks up his victim without any trouble. He
then sets his heel on the rat's head, a crunch
ing noise is heard, and there is one pest less in
the world. When the rats fail to come out of
their holes, the catcher makes a noise with his
voioe similar to a rat's squeak, and the rodents
having as much curiosity as a woman, rush out
to see what is the matter, when the relentless
tongs seize them one by one. Occasionally the
pistol is brought into play, with a skill rival
ing that of Dr. Carver, the crack shot, when
ever the rodents repress their curiosity for the
time, or when the tongs cannot reach them.
The business must be a lucrative one, as Ful
lerton traveled all the way from New York to
give Pitteburghers the benefit of his skill.
A MOST righteous judgment awarded
Dr. Lindsey for the wonderful cures performed
by his "Blood Searcher." Sold by all drug
SOXE of the statistics in the annual
report of the Commissioner of Pensions, just
furnished to the Secretary of the Interior,
supply material to which we invoke the atten
tion of any clergymen who propose to preach
soon from the numerous texts Of the Christian
Scriptures which reprobate lying. In the cases
of 5,000 pensioners whose names have been
expunged from the list during the hut three
years on account of the detection of fraud in
their cases Commissioner Bentley certifies
that perjury was ascertained in 3,084 of the
4,397 affidavits which accompanied their appli
cations and forgery in at least ninety-two in
stances. These fraudulent claimants succeeded
in drawing $547,225 from the National Treasury
before they were dropped. What part, if any,
of this vast sum has been recouped by the
United States, and how many, if any, of the
3,084 peijurers and ninety-two formers have
been prosecuted for their crimes, the Commis
sioner docs not state. It is hard to imagine a '
more meritorious claim upon public sympathy
and supftort than that of the widow or orphan
of a Union soldier, and just in the same degree
imposture in such cases is odious and needs to
be pursued by the law and denounced from the .
pulpit—punished here and punished hereafter, j
KEEP your family well supplied
with "Hellers' Cough Syrup," use it in time,
you will avert bronchial and pulmonary af
fections. 25 cents.
A PECULIAR question of Constitu- '
tional law was recently decided by the Supreme
Court of Rhode Island. A statute of that State
prohibits the sale of merchandise within one
mile of the place where any religious society
shall be holding a camp meeting, unless with
the consent of such society or its officers. Inn
keeper*, grocers, and other venders of goods
at their usual places of business, are excepted
from the operation of the act, which imposes a
penalty of fine or imprisonment for any viola
tion of iU provisions. Upon a prosecution
under this law, the defendant objected that it
was unconstitutional, because it restricted his
right to use his property in a particular manner,
and this was virtually taking private property
for private use and without compensation, A
Kentucky case cited in support of the objection
held that a prohibition in the charter o' an
agricultural society against stabling horivjs for
pay within three hundred yards of t'ae fair
grounds during the fuir won unconstitutional.
There, however, the evident desier, of the
charter was to establish a monopo' v in favor
of the agricultural society. But in the Rhode
Island case there could be no such object. The
statute was enacted simply as a police regula
tion, to promote the public welfare by protect
ing from disturbance the camp meetings of all
religious denominations aliku, As such, the
Supreme Court declare* it to tie clearly uncon
ONE of tte largest stocks of Ameri
can Movements and American Cases, both Gold
Stiver, ever offered in Hutler, is to be seen
at E. Grieb's, which were all purchased before
the late rise in Watches, aud will be sold at
the old rates.
Ladies, you cannot make fair skin, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes with all the cos- '
luetic- of France, or beautifiers of the world,
while in poor health, and nothing will give
you such good health, strength and beauty as
Hop Bitters. A trial is certain proof. See
WANTED to buy for manufacture, at
Roessing's Tannery, a large stock of Beef
Hides of every ((uacription and weight, at
highest market price paid by any person in the
to™ l ?* 1
IF you want Dress Gloves, if you '
want Street Gloves, if you want Driving Gloves <
or Mittens, if you want Working Gloves or
Mittens, you cau buy them at Charles R.
, SLEIGH and Bob runners can be had -
at the J. Niggle &. Bro.'s Hardware Store, Jef
* m ■
IF you want good Winter Caps at
19c., go to J. P. T. Stehle's.
LATEST styles in Men's, Youths'and
Children's Caps, at Charles R. Grieb's.
WHERE TO BUY
j r j " ~ j Nonesy Iron, Oilers,
1879. FALL. 1879/ »£?
Anger Axte Grease, XW • t/. PullevSj Poc ket Cutlery,
Bells, Bolts, Blocks, Porcelain Kettles,
Blacksmiths' sl«iges, After thanking our patrons and\
Builders' Hardware, the public generally for their very j> ivets Revolvers,
Brass Butts, liberal patronage in the past, we\ j> u i eSj itazor Strops,
would respectfully announce that Saws,
Carpenters' Tools, we have noxc in stock a full line of 'Stoves,'
Carnage Bolts, Scythes, Screw Drivers,
Cook Stoves, , HE A.VY AND SHELF ' Scvthe Stones,
Cartndges, Chains, | Shovels, Spa.les,
Chisels, Cordage, Spikes, Spoons, Steel,
co. Hardware s,ove aw - **
Door Springs and Stops, -I—i- CU A VA V V Xable Cutlery, Tacks,
Draw,,,- Knives, | , Too , Trunk
\milMe for the Fall Irate, *
• Forks, Hy Traps, prices to HUlt the times. Vises—Blacksmiths',
I All those in need of anything In Vises—Hand,
Gunpowder,Grindstones,-01/r line are cordially incited to Waßhe^^Whe'Jtones,
Hammers, Iloe*, j ca u and examine goods and prices window Springs,
"■"SiSS"* Wore purchasing elsewhere.
JACKSON & MITCHELL, cloih,^
Mallets, Wardrobe Locks,
Malleable Iron Castings, Corner Main & Jefferson Sts., Wood Saws, Wire Hope,
Meat Cutters, y Yani Sticks,
BUTLER, PA. Zink Oilers,
Measurrtig Tapes, Zink Ac.
Agricultural Implements, House Furni&iung Goods,
Iron, Steel, Metals, Blacksmiths' Supplies, fee.
CARPETS! OIL CLOTHS! MATS! RUGS! STAIR RODS
—I I o
I NEW STOCK! NEW STOCK I g
1 HECK & PATTERSON'S 1
; NEW CABPET ROOM!
A, NOW OPEN! C
I® On© Soap South ©f ttieEp Qtething Heuse. &
55 Duffy's Block, septao-tf Bailor, Pa. X
LSAOAHIVXS isona ISXVW i SILLOIO TO) ISIAJAVO
= Hardware % Implements! |,
:::::: J. G. & W. CAIfIPBELL, =
Sole Agents for the World-Renowned """
:::::: TJITHI/UVD MOWgR MD REAPER ' ::::::
='l [j \|j j j CIDBR MILL,
BITPI/DVU QRAIN DRILL >
sfIULHIC "" =
I RHIOUB BIT SiU, ITHiU HIT RIKE, i
EL. M. COSBY'S Celebrated FAHOTt! MILL. =
;;;;;; Cultivators, Scythes Snaths, ;;;;;;
Shovel Plows, Grain Cradles, ;;;;;;
Corn Planters, Forks Hoes,
Lawn Mowers, Gum Hose,
And Everything la the Implement Line.
E Stoves and Tinware, =
::::: House F'urnisliing Goods
CARPENTERS' AND FARMERS' TOOLS.
;;;;; ALWAYS ON HAND. ;;;;;;
Goods greatly reduced in price and satisfaction guaranteed.
J. G. &W. CAMPBELL. I":
Don't You Do It!
DON'T BE SO FOOLIBH AS TO BUT
AN OLD STYLE
No matter how great Its name, or how loud
Its pretensious, when lor '"ss
money yon can get
The Best Invented
as well as
The Latest Improved,
The only Machine made which has
Shuttle, Take-Up and Tensions
The DAUNTLESB also makes the most perfect
Lock-Stitch, has the most ingenious sepa
rate Bobbin-Winder, largest Arm Space
aud Wide Feed, Simplest Miichan
lsm, most stylish Furnitare,
Handsomest Plating and Ornamentation in
II Sews Anything! It Beats Everything! I
It Pleases Everybody I!!
(gT'Scwlng Machine Dealers everywhere will
And it to their Interest to order the Dauntless,
and get Factory Prices. For terms, territory,
Otc., apply to The Dauntless Manufacturing
Company, Norwalk, Ohio, or to
Hi. H. BLAGLE,
jylO Ciu . East Brady, Cl«iion Co., Pa.
IIKMtI G. HALE,
rim hmcuit mm,
COB. PENN MO SIXTH STREETS,
PafcLer $ Wntltx* }!*., 33jec*OTb*r 3, 1819.
THE BEST OK AJUU
Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construction,
Unprecedented in Popularity,
And Undisputed in the Broad Claim
or MINO TMt
TFIRT BEIT OPERATING
Most Perfect Sewing Machine
»» THE WOULD.
The ore* t popularity of the White It the most een
tfnclno tribute to its excellence and superiority
over other machines, and in submitting It to the
trade we pot It upon Its merits, and In no Instance
has It ever yet failed to satisfy any reeommeodatlon
In Its fa*er.
The demand torlhe White has Increased to such
aa extent that we are now compelled to turn out
WL Cemplste Brwrlne •VT«<-"hln»
evsry thTM mtnutus
tla* day to m-va.pp3.3r
Every machine Is wsrranted for 3 years, and
sold lor csh at liberal discounts, or upon easy
payments, to salt the convenience el customers.
TAomu FFIOTP i» raocconn ZSBUTOST.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Ik 388 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio,
TOW JOIINMOW, Agent.
Office at Vogeley's Bakery,
septiMJru BUILEK, PA.
Mra. M. RICH A RDM,
No. 222 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Will exhibit on FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
Nov. 14 <t 15, lttW, a complete assortment of
' FKENCII PATTERN
HATS AND BONNETS
ol the latest l'arixiau styles.
A cordial invitation Is extended to the ladies
of this town and vicinity to call in and Inspect
the many and beautiful patterns In the Fall and
Winter styles. iiovU-lm
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS.
S.G. Purvis & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 111
Rough and Planed Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Patent Moulded Weatherboarding.
and Scroll Sawing of every description
Gauged Cornice Boards,
Newell Posts and Balusters
FENCE, PALINGS, &c., 4c.
Barn Boards; Plastering Lath ; Hero
lock Bill Stuff, such as Joist Raf
ters, Scantling. Sac., all sizes
constantly on hand.
for oil wells.
All of which we will sell on
reasonable terms and guar
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Near German Calliolic Chnrcb
Jan'l, 1877, lv.
Lumber Yard and Planing Mill.
H. BAUER"& BROS.,
JEPPEBSOX ST.. - BUTLER, PA.,
Doors, Sash, Frames, Blinds,
Molding of all descriptions,
Brackets, Patent Molded
Mill Boards, Flooring, Palings,
Stair Railings, Balusters of
every style, &c., &c.
Circular Moldings Made to Order.
ALSO, DEALERS IB
Lumber, Plank, Shingles, Lath, &c,
S THE NEW^P AyK]
See What it will do Without Basting.
It will sewovcrunevensunacei.as^well'M
'"'lt'wUl sew over seams In any garment,''without
rr.it in J; longer ihc.rt stitches, breaking of thread,
crpuckcrlnf the lining of the good* at tho scam,
requiring no aaalManre from tbe operator, except
to run the machine and to guldetbe work.' 41
point which no other machine possesses. .
Itla the only practical machine for hemming
Waaalpneaa, poplin*. muslins, and other •ltnllar
foods w lliiut basting,and It in Iheonly machine 1
n the Wur d tbnt will turn a wide hern across Iho
end of asbeetwl'.hout fulling the under or upi>er
aide of the hem.
It will turu a hem and aew in a fold atone ojier
11 will do felling, bias or straight, on any cotton
cr woolen goods.
It will fell acroe* seams on any goods. 4 ■
It will bind dreaa good* with the fame or other. i
material, cither scallops, points, square* or ]
li.nd folds without showing the stitches, and,
acw on at theaamo lime.
It will pot on drcsa braid and aow in faclngl I
and a bias I .Id at one operation, without drawing]
el:h< r drcs<, braid or skirt, and without chowlng |
tho stitch on r *lit able.
I'oid biaa trimming and sow on at one opera
Make milliners' folds with dlHcrent colors and
pieces of goods st on* operation, and sew on at the
sa:nell:ue. A • —■ T f
It will row In • sleeve, covering a cord,and,
stitching It Into Iho seam at the same time.'
It will Rather without sewing o». It wlllgather
and acw on at Ibersame time.
It will gather l>etwoen two bands, showing the
atllchcs on Iho right aide, at one operation.
It will make and sow a niflle on any part of a
(Ircssiklrt, and sew on a bias fold for beading at
ono operation, showing the stitches on the right
I twill gather and aew on a band with piping
Wt ween ruffle and band, at ono operation.
It will acw a band and ruffleon adri ss skirt,
stitching In piping at head of band, at ono oper
It nlll make plaited trimming either atraight
Make plaited trimming either semlloped or
straight and sew on a band, and aliich the
band, at ono operation.
It will, with one operation for each variety,
without basting, exeeutoiflj practical varieties of
ruffling, being twelve more than can be produced
on any other m.ichluo with the same number of
It does not change length of stitch on scroti
It sews from lsce to leather without chan* ng '
stitch or tension '
Kvery machine Is warranted for fire yeeu inn t
w'tt in- kept In repairs free of en pense to the pur
chaser. —KO!t tj.ll.E HY
miTI.KIt, PA, p
(In old Sun Bykes Gallery,)
deoll-ly BUTLER, PA. i
Acer's Cathartic Pills,
por all the purpose* of a Family Physio,
and for curui>c Costiveness. Jaundice,
Indigestion, Foul Stomach. Breath.
Hearta?he. Ervsipelaa, Rheumatism,
Erupt ons zn'a 3km Diseases, Bil
lousaesa. Dropsy, Tumors, Worms,
NeuraiKia. as a Dinner PiU,
for Purifying the Blood,
§ furtive and congc
arc mild, but ei
in tlicir ojieration,
uior l thorough and
tic medicine that can be employed: cleans
ing the stomach and bowel?, and even the
biood. In small doses of cue pill a day,
they stimulate the digestive organs ami
promote vigorous health.
A villi's i't 1.L3 have been known for
more than a qnarter of a century, and have
obtained a world-wide reputation for their
virtues. They correct diseased action in
the several assimilative organs of the
liodv. and are so composed that obstruc
tion's within their range can rarely with
stand or evade them. Not only do they
cure the everv-day complaints of every
body, but also formidable and dangerous
diseases that have l>afl!ed the best of
human skill. While they produce power
ful effects, they are. at the same time, the
safest and best physic for children. By
their aperient action they gripe much less
than the common purgatives, and never
[jive pain when the bowels are not inflamed.
They reach the vital fountains of the blood,
and strengthen the system by freeing it
from die elements of weakness.*
Adapted to all aires and conditions in
al! climates, containing neither calomel
nor ar.v deleterious drug, these i'ills may
be tascn with safety by anybody. Their
sujrar-coatins preserves them ever fresh,
and .sakes them pleasant to take; whiic
being purely vegetable, no harm can arise
from their use in any quantity.
Dr.J.C. AYER it CO , Lowell, Mass,,
l*r*ctlr:»l and \n ?|rtf<*a! Chemist*.
s<>;!» iSV AI.;, i»i;L*<i«;isTs KVEKYWHEBE.
DEALER IN FINE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, &C.
ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS AJSPECIALTY.
MAIN STREET, (North of Lowry House,) BUTLER, PA.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED, AND WARRANTED.
[Successor to A. 0. Rje»ning <k Bro.]
DEALER IN -
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, OIL,
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID IN
FOR GRAIN OF ALL KINDB.
"Forcluk "f jfOwill bo wild
lit-. d . /in-***, [jn![>l- H for fi ca*o that uip I i
tati.m ujJ K.n pplrlu, B.ttera will uoi cure
rely on Hop Bittern. or help."
' "Rend of procure " Hop Bitter* build*
and UIMJ II' N UltliTi, up, ►FRT'TIBLBRTI* mid
M (lid y<jti will beMrong cinv<C'.'Dt!uu:illy from
ijj healiby uLd liappy." the firaC do c."
" Lade*, do jon " Fair akin, ro*y
i wan' to bo atnn?, check* and the »«ert
! b"ilili\ niHll.emiiiful? C!-t breath In llop
: Then one llop Bittern. Bittern."
•'The greateat op- I "Kldn<-y ai.d IT 1
p»ti/< r, Kto nine H, H na-y OIU|>IM<M| ■or O!!
't > »'l an-1 liver rega- Q kii. d* p-im ncii )jr
lu'.or —Hop Cittern." fj oured b) liopß tt> n."
j " ClTKymon, Law- H " Sour rtomach.»ck
YRII, I'll! or», Bai k- I hiadachi and dt/zl
on and L'lrlien need [1 U'-Hn.llop ßitter curcl
11 op ltittcra dally." ■ with a few duaca " \
" Hop Bitter* haaro- I "Takellop Bitlcra
stored to t-obriety and I three tlinea a duy r.nd
health, perfect wreck a I you will have no due- j
froui intemperance." I tor billa to pay."
Union Woolen Mills.
I would desire to call the attention of the
public to the Union Woolen Mill, Butler, Pa.,
where I have new and improved machinery for
the manufacture of
Berred and Gray Flannels,
Knitting and Weaving Tarns, t
and I can recommend them as being very dura- 1
ble, as they are mauufactnred of pure Butler
oounty wool. They are beautiful in color, su- i
perior in texture, and will l>e sold at very low
prices. For samples and prices, address,
Ju134.78-ly) Batler, Pa )
Good Homes in Central Missouri \
Can be obtained on the beet terms, through the <
Callaway C ounty Immigration Boctety. 1
For full particulars address the President, t
WJL H. TUQMA#. «
octls-3<a rolron, Ko. 1
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
WITU OUB PRICES, WILL PROVE WHAT WE HAVE
EVER CLAIMED, THAT
83, 85 and 87 Smithfield St.
FOR MEX'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
We mention a few of the many bargains each department contains.
AT $4.37 AT $5.62
Gents' Heavy All Wool dents' Fine Worsted
Cassimere Suits, Suits, Perfect Fitting,
Durable. AT Stylish. IA bargain. $0,612. A bargain. I
Men's Iron Twist Suits. . . IL 25 Men's Blue Cat-tor Suits, . $8 37
Men's Union Caesimero Snits, . . 390 Men's Imported Cheviot Suits, . 975
Men's Scotch Cheviot Suits. . . 5 12 Men's Fine Tricot Suits, . . 11 00
Men's AH Wool Diagonal Suits, . . 6 75 Men's Fine Cloth Dress Suits, . . 13 50
C3"Each department superblp stocked with styles and fabrics of our own design and selection.
Men's Extra Heavy Men's Fine Chinchilla
Boys' and Children's Department.
Boys' School Suite >1 90 : Children's Blouse Suits. . . FCL 15
BOYS' Union Cassimere Suite, ; . 237 Children's Worsted Suits, . . 270
Boys' Scotch Cheviot Suits, . • .3 62 Children's Tricot Suits, . . 325
Boys' Fine Dress Suits, . . . 400 Children's Fine Dress Suits, . . 412
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. Ac., which we make to order at extremely
low prices, rants to order, $3.25. Suits to order, £13.60.
Our Hat and Gents' Furnishing Departments
contain the latest novelties, all marked extremely low.
CT'ASK for goods advertised, ae we allow no misrepresentations to be made.
BE SURE IT IS
K A. CJFM ANN'S
Cheapest Corner, 83, 85 and 87 Smithfield St., Pittsburgh,
(OH. DIAMOND STREET,
V.'HO 13 U.-JACCU''-'" ,T £D WITH THE CEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL SES
HY EXAMINIuC THIS MAP, THA7THE
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE V. EST!
It* main line nns from Chlcaen to Council Rluffs ] SMOKING HAIJOON where y»ii cnu enjoy your
On.) Oiualm. passlinc tlirourh Juliet. Ottawa. I.a " Havana "ut uil hours of tile day.
Sallo. ilrncM'ii. Mollne. Hock Island. Davonport. Magnificent Iron RrldEe* sunn the Mississippi
Wot Liberty. low it I'lty. Marenao. Brooklyn. nnd Missouri rivers :it nil points < rosse.l by t: la
Grlnnell UTI DPS Moines. (the capital of Iowa) lino, anil t runt turn are avoided nt Council Ulill 4.
wlrli branches from Uuroan Junction to Peoria : l,cnvciiwortti unit Atchison. connection* bel:u
Wtlioti Junction to Muvcatlne. WashluKton. Fair- I made In Cnlon depots.
tl.-td, KlUon. Relknnp. Centrevllle. Princeton, THE PRINCIPAL It. It. CONNIPTIONS C,K
Trenton, Gallatin, Cameron. Leavenworth and THIS GREAT TllllOL'till LINE AKE AS KOL-
Atelilson ; Wushinirton to Sb:nurncy. Oskaloosa |x)WS :
itntl Kiioxvtlle: Keokuk to Karinlnirtnn. Honn- At CmrAGO. with nil dlverKliiK lines forllie Karl
parte. Bcntonsport, Independent, Eldon. Ottuni- and South.
wa. IMdyvllle. Oskaloomt. I'ella, Monroe and Des At K.Noi.EWOon. with the Lake Shore A Mlehl-
Molncs : DIM Molm sto Inrtlanola and Wlnterset; ~a n Southern and PlttsburK. h't. Wayno A ChtattW
Atlnntle to Audubon, und Avoca to Harlan, l'lita K. ltds.
I« IHiidtively the only Railroad. whleh owns, con- At WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, with PltUbuiK, (In
trols mid operates a throuKh Hue between Chicago clnnatl A St. I.ouls It. 11.
AN-l Kaunas. . . At LA SALLE. with Illinois Central It. It.
'i'his Company own nnd control their Sleeping At PEOHtA. with P., P. A J.; P.. L. A !>.; I. 11. &
Cur:', which am Inferior to none, and Klve you u \y.: 111. Midland; and T.. P. A W. Railroads,
double berth between Chlcatro and Council Rluffs, At HOOK ISLAND. with Western Union It. It. nnd
lA'iivenworth. or Atelnson for Two Hollars and Rork Island & Pcorlu l<:'.ilrond.
l-'lfty Cents, an.ln section for Klve Hollars, while At DA vEN POUT, with tho Duvenport A North
nil oilier lines chnrce between the snme points Western It. It.
Three Dollars for a uouble berth, and Six Dollars At Wtsr LIBERTY, with tho Uurllnttton, ( ednr
for a section. Rapids A Northern It. It.
What will please you most will lie tho pleasure At GRINVELL. with Central It. It. of lowa,
of cniovlnv your meals, while passing over tho At DKH MtiIXKX. with I). M. A Kt. IJodce It. It.
la uiillful prnlrkt of Illinois and lowa. In ono of At COIWCIL ULtrrFS. with Union Paclllc It. It.
ourni.tKiilllceiit l>l ilnic and Restaurant Cars tbnt At OMAHA, with 11. A Mo. 11. It. It. (In Neb.)
accompany all Tliroiiuli Express Trains. Vouiret At CoI.IM lil'M J r NCTIo.V. with UurliiiKtoii.Ceil.ir
un entire meal, as (tiwid as Is served In any tlrst- Itapbls A Northern it. It.
cluxs hotel, lor seventy-five cents: or you can At OTTCMWA. with Central It. It. of Iowa: St.
order what you like, und pay for whut you Ket. Louis. Kan. City A Northern and C.. 15. .V U. It. I tils.
Appreciating the fact tliata malorltyof the pen- At KLOKIK. with Toledo. Penrlnaiid Warsaw;
plo pn fer sen'rate apartments for different pur- Wabash, and St. I,oulo. Keokuk A N.-\Y . It. ltds.
iN>nen IHIHI tit*' enormous pnssenKer business of At IIEVERLY. with Kan. < Ity. St. J. A < .11.11. It.
lliln line warmm n« II >. we are pleased to an- At ATCHISON, with Atchison. Topcka A biiiila
nouncn that •'otonany runs Its PALACE Ke; Atchison A Neb. and ten. Ilr. Lnlon I acllic
SLEEPING «'AIIS for Slceplnu purposes, and Its It. ltds.
PALACE l>i:;ix<; CARS for EatlnK purposes. At LEAVE.VWOIITII, with K. P. and K. ten.
One other vreat feature of our Palace Cars Is a It. ltds.
PAI..KT CAISH wrc run through to PEOIKI A, DES MOIXEH, COUNCIL. BLt'l'PH,
ATI'SIIHOV nnil IXAVEVWOHTH.
Ticket, vl • fill. Use, known ua the "Ortut Rock lalnud Route," ure «oL! »y
all Tlrkct Aiccnt. In the United States und Cunudii.
For lnrorm:(tlon not obtainable at your home ticket office, utltlreaa,
M Uen'l Superintendent. Uen'l Tkt. and Aut..
Chti auo. 111.
RYCKMAN, DAY & CO.,
LIKE SHORE MEMOS,
BROCTON, N. Y.,
Pare Native Wiaes, -
Still and Sparkling Wine,
Brandies from Native Grapes I
Oor wlnea are put up In choice packages, and ,
are guaranteed to be etrndard goods and give \
O. ETZEL, Agent, \
ap2-ly BUTLER, Yt
Real Estate Agency.
W. 8. BOYL) baa opened a Real late office |
In the Vogeley House, Hutler, Pa . where all
descriptions of Furms, Houses, Lots, Western
Lands, and heavy Timber Lands In Jeflerson
County, Pa., are lor sale. Any per sou wishing '
to buy will please call nnrt einmine hit Regis
ter of properties. Beat kind ol securities for ,
sale. Bonda, Mortgage* on Real Katate. Money f
loaned on flrat claaa mortgages. |solo-3tn
THE UKBtT CAUSE
y«.i< Published in n Sealed envelope. Price 0 ct*. \
A LCCTUKB ON THE NATUKK, TIIBATMENT,
AN!> RADICAL cure of Remittal Weakness, or
Spern atorrlnea, Induced by Self-Abuse, Invol
untary EmlKloti*, Impoteuey, Nervous De
bility, and Impedimenta to Marriage generally ;
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Ac. —By KOBEKT J.CUIr
VEKWELL, M. D., author of the "Green
The world renowned author. In this admirable
Lecture, clearly prove* Irom his own experience
ibut the itwlul consequences of Sell-Abuse inny
Im; effectually removed without medicine, nn<j
without dangerous surgical operations, bougies,
Inst run ents, rings, or cordials; pointimr out u
mode of cure at ouce certain aud effectual, by 1
which every sufferer, no matter what his condl- !
lion may be, may cure himself cheaply, prl- j
vately and radically.
Thi* lecture trillprove a boon to thousand* (
Kt nt under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, pottpaid, on receipt of six cents or two
Address the Publishers,
The Cnlvtrwell Medical Cs. t
41 ANN ST., NEW YOKK, r. O. Bo* 45 bti.
made in XI sys. 70 page catalogue
r Sf)( M)free. BUCKEYE NOVELTY CO.,
T"VV [NMMJ CiKotriuTi, OHIO.
Time of Holding Courts*
The several Courts of the county of Butler
commence on the first Monday of March, Jane,
September and December, and continue two
weeks, or so Kong as necessary to dispose of the
business. No causes are put dowu for trial or
traverse jurors summoned for the first week of
the several terms.
JAMES J CAMPBELL,
Office in Fairriew borough, in Telegraph
janlo] BALDWIN P. 0.. Batler Co., Pa.
Justice of the t*eaoe,
Mnin street, opposite Postofflce,
jlyl6 ZELIENOPLE, PA.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
S. H. PIERSOL.
Office on N. E. coiner Diamond, Itiddle build
JOHN M. GREER.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond. novl3
WM. H. LUSK,
Office with W. H. H. Riddle, Esq.
Office in Firet National Bauk Building.
" E. I. BRUGH, '
Office in Riddle's Law Building.
S. F. BOW SEIi.
Office in Riddle's Law Building. [marß'76
JTbTM CJ U N KIN~ '
Bpecial attention given to collections Office
opposite VVillard House.
JOSEPH B. BREDTN;
Office comer of Diamond, Butler
H. 11. GOUCHER,
Office in Schneidemau's building, up staiie.
Office near Court House. r 74
\V7 DBIIANDON, "
ebl7-76 Office in Berg's building
Office in Brediu building- mar 17—t
Office in Berg's new building, Main street.ap9ly
I p. m. EASTMAN;
Offi<Ss in Bredin building.
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House
JOS. C. VANDERLIN,
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House.
Office on Main street, opposite Vogeley
GEO. R. WHITE;
Office N. E. corner of Diamond
FRANCIS S. PURVIANCE"
Office with Gen. J. N. Purviance, Main street,
south of Court House.
Office in Schneidemau's building, west side ol
Main street, 2nd square from Court House.
A. G. WILLIAMS, "
Offico on Diamond, two doors west of CITIZKH
office. ap26 -
T. C. CAMPBELL,
Office in Berg's new building, 2d floor, east
side Main st., a few doors south of Lowrj
House. mar 3 tf.
O A. & M. SULLIVAN,
ruay 7 Office S. W. cor. of Diamond.
BLACK & BRO.,
Office on Main street, one door south o
Brady Block, Buller, Pa. (Sep. 3, 1874.
JOHN M MILLER & BRO.
Office in Brady's Law Building, Main street,
south of Court House. EUQESE G. MILLER,
Notary Public. _ Jun4 ly
THOMAS ROBINSON; "
JOHN H. NEGLEY,
CaTGives particular attention to transactiona
in real estate throughout the county.
Omci ON DIAMOND, HIAB COPIIT HOUSE, m
E. R. ECKLEY, KENNEDT MAHSHALL.
(Late of Ohio.)
ECKLKY & MARSHALL.
Office in Brady's Law Building. 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.
W. M. DAME,
Schonblon Block, Bradford, Pa.
Collections made in llcKean, Tenango, Butler
and Clarion counties.
PI trolio, Buller county, Pa. |Jn3
WILLIAM It. CONN,
Office In Brawley House,
GREECE UMT. |June7-ly
M. c. Benedict;
jan6 tf PetroHa, Butler co., Pa
Astor Place Hotel.
Astor Plaoe, 3rd Ave. & Btb. St.,
(Oppo&ite Cooper Institute,)
Rest location In the city. Elevated Railroad
and tlye other Hues ol cars puss the door.
Rooms SO tents to 12 per day. By the week
12 and upwords.
OPEN ALL SIGHT. ap23tf
Main street, near Court House,
GEO. W. CAMPBELL, - - - PHOPHIETOB.
<£"Good stabling in conuection.
EITEN MILLER HOUSE,
On Diamond, near Court House,
H. EITENMILLER, - - - - PaoriuETo*.
This house has been newly furnished and pa
pered. and the accommodations are good.
Stabling in conuection.
Main street, Butler, Pa.
JOIIN F. HACKETT, .... PROP'S.
This old and established Hotel lias recently
been fitted up in modern style, ond is capable
of accommodating a large number of guests.
Terms moderate. Good stabling attached.
CORTLANDT STREET, NEAK BBOADWAT,
HOTCHKISS & POND, - - Prop'rs.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
The restaurant, eafe and lunch room attached
are unsurpassed for cheapnesn and excellence of
service Rooms 50 cts. to $2 per day, 93 to tlO
per week. Convenient to all ferries and city
railroads. N>-w FCUHITOBE, NEW MAWAOE
Persons desiring to have their Old Furniture
repaired, or New Work made to order, such as
Music Stands. Hook Cases, Wardrobes, Office
Desks, Office Tables, Ac., would do well to call on
A. B. WILSON,
Practical Cabinet Maker.
I hold that a piece of furniture made by hand
Is worth two inide by machinery, and will cost
but little more, if any. Then why not have baud
made ? All work made in the latest stylos and
of the best material. I guarantee entire sat
isfaction in style, workmanship and price. Give
me a call. Shop on Miffiiu wtreet. four doors
west of Main street, and opposite A. Troutmau's
store, Butler, Pa. sepl7-ly
Union Woolen 31111,
11. FCIXERTOX, Prop'r.
Manufacturer ol BI.ANKETS, FLANNELS, YAKKS,
»tc. Also custom work doue to order, such as
cnrillng Roll*, making Blankets, Flannels, Knit*
ting and Weaving Yarns, Ac., at veiy low
prices. Wool worked on the stares, it de