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" Local kad Gen«ral.
Casw Jackeoo'e Beat Sweet Navy Tobacco.
FRANCS ha* penny saving banks for
UIOBQIA gold mines now yioltl #!,-
000,000 a rear.
Go TO J. F. T. Stehle's for the latest
styles of Hats.
MIMSKSOTA has 110 flouring mills,
with 6#9 ran of stone, in active operation.
A SOUTHERN Congressman says
white men railed three-fifths of this year's oot
THS action of Kidnev-Wort on the
, Kidneys, Bowels and Liver, Rives it wonderful
THE Democrats have a majority of
srren over all in the National House of Rep
SHAFTS, finished and rough, at the
J. Niggle ft Bro.'s Hardware Store, Jefferson
street, Butler, I'a.
SHUT every door after you, and
without slamming it, is a good rule to observe
when you enter a house.
CHRISTMAS is coming and the
youngsters are anxiously awaiting the time of
Santa Clans' annual visit.
WILLIAM ALAND, Merchant Tailor,
has just opened the largest line of woolens for
men and DOTS wear ever offered in Butler.
HAPPY homes and smiling faces are
invariably the result of wise parents constantly
keeping "Sellers' Cough Svrup" on hand.
Wl only give what the Cincinnati
Saturday Night says: 'ln Zululand the young
folka fight and get married; in this country
they get married and fight."
THE increased value of the South
ern cotton, tobacwo and augur crops this year
over last is estimated at $50,u00,000. This iu
ereas is dne to better prices, as well as to a
* larger yield.
AN item is floating in many of our
exchanges that the word "girl" oreare in the
Bible but once—Joel 111, 3. A little git I
writes us that it can also be found in Zacha
riah VIII, 5.
A WOMAN of brains suggests that
girls, no matter how wealthy their families,
should be brought up to some occupation
whereby they can earn an lionet living in the
hour of need.
TUESDAY, December 2nd, was the
twentieth anniversary of the execution of John
Brown, of Ossawattomie. The slave power
set its iron heel on the brave old man s body,
but his soul marched on till the noble cause
FIFTY years ago only one citizen of
New York Citv, John Jacob Astor, was worth
more than $1,000,000. Now it is asserted that
there are over five hundred men in the me
tropolis whose wealth is estimated at M ,W*V
000 and over.
AN old farmer in Oakland county,
Michigan, eighty-one years old, was turned out
of doors bv his son. He hobbled round to the
barn and burned up .the whole establishment,
which represented tfce work of a lifetime. His
grit held out to the end.
POSTMASTER General Key is about
to issue an order prohibiting the placing of
stamps upside down on letters. _ Several post
masters have recently been seriously injured
while trying to stand on their heads to cancel
stamps placed in this manner.
A MINISTER relates his experience
thus: I take pleasure in adding to our many
testimonials, that last Thursday (Thanksgiving
Day,) not being able to preach on account of
Rheumatic pains in the shoulder, I bought a
bottle of ST. JACOBS OIL, which, after using
several times, relieved me wonderfully.
DR. B. PICK, Boclufter, Xe>c York.
A CHICAGO man announces that he
has made a machine by means of which, in the
twinkling of an eye, he can convert Lake Mich
igan water, or any other water, into light, heat
or steam, as his patrons may desire, besides
incidentally knocking the received laws of
natural philosophy into a cocked hat. \et the
gas companies are examining meters and col
lecting Dills as usual.
DR. LORIMER, the Chicago clergy
man, who was charged with stealing matter
from the sermons of others and palming it off
as original, has sent his defense to Dr. Parker,
of London. The latter proposes a fair test.
H« advioes Dr. Lorimer to let some respectable
citisen of Chicago select 10 or 12 of his mann
script sermons, to publish them at his own ex
pease, and to aefy the world to discover any
plagiarising in them.
ILLINOIS is the largest wheat-pro
dueing State in the Union, according to the re
ports of the Department of Agriculture for
1879. It is credited with 45,00(1,000 bushels ;
lowa, 40,000,000; Minnesota, 30,»500,000; Kan
sas, 35,000,000; Indiana, 31,000,000; Nebraska,
31,000,000. Kansas, whieh was the first wheat
producing State in the Cnion last year, is
fourth this year, because of the partial failure
of the wheat crop in some of- the counties of
the State, from drought.
Ladies, Delicate and Feeble.
Those languid, tiresome sensations, causing
yon to feel scarcely able to be on your feet;
that constant drain that is taking i'rora your
system all its former elasticity; driving the
bloom from your cheeks; that continual strain
upon your vital forces, rendering you irrita
ble and fretful, can easily be removed by the
use of that marvelous remedy, Hop Bitters.
Irregularities and dbstructious of your system
are relieved at once, while the special cause of
periodical pain are permanently removed.
Will you heed this? See "Truths."
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COMMERCIAL GAZETTE, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A Pennsylvania Border Tale.
Io the Philadelphia Weekly Press of date
November 29 is commenced a thrilling Penn
sylvania historical romance, entitled "The
Brady Brothers; or Bald Eagle's Nest." Its
Menes will be located on the West Branch of
the Susquehanna during that bloody and
troubled period immediately following the
massacre of Wyoming, and "the great runa
way," John Brady; his brave and stalwart
sons, James and Samuel; Colonels Kelly and
Plunkett, Queen Esther, Bald Eagle and other
celebrities of that time will figure prominently.
The theme was suggested by the late Brady
centennial celebration at Muncy, and is from
the pen of Charles McKnight, author of "Our
Western Border," "Simon Girty, the White
Savage," and "Captain Jack, the Scout."
m ■—« m
An old physician retired from practice, hav
ing had placed in his hands by an Fast India
missionary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the speedy and permanent cure for
Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and
all Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive
and radical cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous complaints, after having-tested its
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to
his suffering fellows. Actuated bv this motive
and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will
send free of charge to all who desire it. this
reeipe. in German, French or English, with full
directions for preparing and using. Sent by
nail by addressing with stamp, naming this
paper, W. W. SHEARER, 149 Power'* Block,
RfhetUr, y. Y.
IF you want to h'ave a good appe
tite and enjoy health, take "Dr. Lindsey's
ALL kinds of Stove and Flue pipe
lo be had at the Hardware Store of
J. NIGGLE A BRO.
SPECIALTIES in woolens at William
Aland's Merchant Tailoring establishment not
to (w in wtanty.
~ WHERE TO BUY
— I JJoi-wav Iron, Oilers,
Axes. Augers , Oil Stones, Padlock*,
11879. FALL 1879.
Aupr Bits Axle Grea.se, * • A Pulleys, Pocket Cutlery,
Bells, Bolts, Blocks, j porcelain Kettles,
Brushes Bite, After thankinq our patrons and Percussion Caps,
Blacksmiths Sledges, ■«/•« ~w *—*"*■<■ j I Hike* Razors
Builders' Hardware, the public generally for their •<>// Rivet* 'Revolvers,
Brass Butts, liberal patronage in the. }>ast. t c> ' KuJcs ua ZO r Strops,
' | respectfully
Carpenters' Tools, tee have now in (stock a full lint of j•- 'stoves,'
Carriage Bolts, Scythes, Screw' Drivers,
, Cook Stoves, HEAVY AND SUELF Scythe Stones,
Cartridges, Chains, ■. 11 r Shovels, Spades,
Chisels, Cordage, Spikes, Spoons, Steel,
r <•-»SMSJW. Hardware*"ssasr**
. Door Springs and Stops, J—l- CtJ -L V>»- * * Table Cutlery, Tacks,
Drawing Knives, | j Tools Trlln k Locks,
Egg Beaters, hdgc Tools, , rn/ ] p T r ai>- Tape Measures,
Faucets, Files, .suitable tor the full trarle, at ' Tacks /
, Forks, Fly Traps, 'prices to suit the times. Vises—Blacksmiths',
(«un Caps Gimlets, All those in need oj anything hi Vises—Hand,
i Gunpowder,Grindstones,,o«r line are cordially invited to '"whetstones,
. Hammers, Hoes, -call and examine goods anu prices window Springs,
Handles, Harness Snaps,l, „ urc hasing elsewhere. Window Locks,
Hatch Hinges, 7 * Wringers, Wrenches,
> Horse Shoes and Nails, .„ m „TTT.T -r Wire Cloth. Wedges
Lanterns, Locks, JACKSON & MITCHELL, Wardrobe Hooks,
Mallets, _ Wardrobe Locks,
Malleable Iron Castings, Corner Main & Jefl'erson Sts., Wood Saws. Wire Rope,
Meat Cutters, Yard Sticks,
Machine Screws, BUTLER, PA. Zink Oilers,
Measuring Tapes, zink sheet, &e.
Iron, Steel. Metals, Blacksmiths' Supplies, fcc.
CARPETS! OIL CLOTHS! MATS! RUGS! STAIR RODS
as NEW STOCK! NEW STOCK! |
§ HECK & PATTERSONS |
j NEW CARPET ROOM j
3STOW OPEN! c
w @ti@ ©tf their OllttMng ftewse, c
* Duffy-* Block, Bailor, Pa. ffi
isqoa HIVXS isoqn isxvro isiLLQiono iSJ/jjvrvo
Hardware \ Implements !j|
EE J. ®. & W. CAMPBELL, 1=
Sole Agents for the World-Renowned !"""
B ! ITpirrVTj MOWER AND REAPZH, -
ME It ciESJEii |i
BIPtfUVD 2RAIN UHILL,
JLKCIII BALMS |=:
= REIIDEER HII BUI, ITU UK!, !i
EE L. M. COSBY'S Celebrated FAKHIHG MILL =
Cultivators, Scythes $ Snaths, ;;;;;;
Shovel Flows, Grain Cradles, ;;;;;;
Corn Planters, Forks $ Hoes, •
Lawn Mowers, Gum Hose, ■■■■■■
And Everything in the Implement Line.
EE Stoves and Tinware, EE
EE 1 House Fnrnishuig Goods ::
CARPENTERS' AND FARMERS' TOOLS.
ps~PHOSPHATE ALWAYS ON HAND. WWW
...... Goods greatly reduced in price and satisfaction guaranteed.
J. G. &W. CAMPBELL. Z."
Don't You Do It!
DONT BE 80 FOOLISH A3 TO BUY
AN OLD STYI.K
No m:uter how groat its name, or how loud
Its jireteiiMons, when lor less
money you c;in get
The Best Invented
as wpll as
The Latest Improved.
The ouly Machiue made which has
Shuttle, Take-Up and Tensions
Entirely Self -Threading.
The DAUNTLESS also makes the perfect
Lock-Stitch, has the most ingenious sepa
rate Bobbin-Winder, largest Ann Space
and Wide Feed, Sin pleet Mechan
ism, most stylish Furniture,
Handsomest Plating and Ornamentation in
It Sews Anything! It Beats Everything !!
It Please* Everybody !!!
fy Sewing Machine Dealers everywhere will
Qud it to their interest to order the Dauntless,
and get Factory Prices. For terms, territory,
iic., apply to The Dauutless Manufacturing
Company, Nor walk, Ohio, or to
jyl«-6m East Brady, CI u ion Co., Pa.
HEXRY ©. HALE,
Fill SMUT TillOß,
COB. PENN and SIXTH STREETS.
<&itiz*ix : JBttiUxr, fl*., BMSW»h«t It, WW.
THE BEST OP ALL.
Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construction,
Unprecedented in Popularity,
And Undisputed in the Broad Claim
or BONO TMI
VERY BEST OPERATING
Host Perfect Sewing Maohlre
m THE WOULD.
Tha (JTM t popularity of (ha White is tha moat eaa
tlnclng tribute to Its excellence and superiority
•ver other Machines, and In aubmltting It to tha
trade we putltupcn its merits, and in no instance
hai it ever yet failed t§ satisfy any recommendation
In lb favor.
Tha demand for the White has Increased to such
•a extent that we are now compelled to turn out
4L Complete Sewlsg Metclxlaa.*
eveiy tiire® aacxlaa-vitao 12X
Uu day to ■'u.pply
Every Machine Is warranted for 3 years, and
sold for csh at liberal discounts, or upon easy
payments, to suit the convenience ol customers.
■VAUHTS WAKXZS m raoocunxs nssiroti.
WHITE SEWING~MACHINE CO.,
m 368 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. Ohio.
VOX JOIINBO3T, Agent.
Office at Vogclpy's Bakery,
sept3-6m BUTLER, PA.
Sin. M. BICHABDST
No. 222 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Will exhibit on FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
Nov. 14 15,1884*, a complete assortment of
HATS AND BONNETS
of the latest Parisian styles.
A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies
of this town and vicinity to call in and inspect
the uiany and beautiful patterns iu the Fall and
Winter etytifc. novl»-lm
' I I j
IMSVIENSE STOCK OF
Ritter &. Ralston's.
_ - - - - - •
DIIESS SILKS at 75c., sl, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2,00 and 2.50 per yard. no- i
ALL-WOOL CASHMERES at 4fc , 50c., 55c , 60c., 65c., 70c., 7oc , 80c Soc 90c £l, Ml, and 1.20
LADIES' CLOAKS at $2 50, 3.50. 4 50, 5.00, 5.50, 6,50, 7.50, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 12..j0, 10.00, 10.00, l/.o>, xb.l 0,
20,00, 22.50, 25.00, 30.00 and 35.00.
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, all styles and prices.
DOLMAN! BOSNIANS! DOLIANS! DOLMANS!
LADIES', Misses' and Children's Felt Hats, at L 5 cents.
LADIES' FURS, Misses' Furs, Children's Furs.
CARPETS, all Styles and Prices. Very Heavy Stock, and Ha Advance. How is the Time to Buy.
At 6i cents, good dark Calicoes, unbleached Canton Flannel, Bourctte Dress Goods,
At 10 cents. Columbian Cheviots, heavy dark Dress Goods in all the new shades.
At 20 cents, double-fold Alpacas ; at 25 cents, double-fold Cashmeres, ;iil colois.
At 35 cents, yard-wide Cashmeres, black and colors.
rj-Wc have now the largest and best assortment of Goods we have ever shown, we invrte you to c..11 early and secure
bargains. Although Goods have advanced thirty to fifty per cent,, we arc still SELLING A 1 Oi,L> riiiCEb.
RITTER % RALSTON.
Lumber Yard !
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS.
S. 9. Purvis & Co.,
M VNUFACTI'KEKS AND DEALERS IS
Rough and Planed Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Patent Moulded Weatherboarding.
and Scroll Sawing ol every description
Gauged Cornice Boards,
Cornice ]SI on 1 d i n g
Newell Posts and Balusters
FENCE, PALINGS, Ac., Ac.
Barn Boards; Plastering Lath ; Hem
lock Bill Stuff, such as Joist Raf
ters, Scantiinc. &<?.. all sizes
constantly on hand.
lor oil wells.
All of which we will sell on
reason abb terms md guar- j
an tee satisfaction.
PLANING MILL AND YAIJD
Wear German Catholic C'liuroli
JanS.. 1877. IV
Union Woolen Mills.
I would desire to call the attention of the
public io the Union Woolen Mill, Butler, Pa.,
where I have new Mid improved machinery for
the manufacture of
Barred and Gray Flannels,
Knitting and Weaving Yams,
and I can recoiamend them an l>eiiig very dura
ble. as they are manufactured of pure Butler
county wool. They are beautiful in color, su
perior in texture, and vrill be sold at very low
prices. For samples and price*, addrees.
1 H. FUIXEP.TON,
Jnl34,TfMy) Pntler, Pa
DEALER IN FINE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, &C.
ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS A^SPECIALTY.
MAIN STREET. (North of Lowry House,) BUTLER, PA.
WATCHES ANI) CLOCKS REPAIRED, AND WARRANTED. ~&a
[Successor to A. C. Roessing & Bro. ]
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, OIL,
Anthracite Coal. 1
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID IN j
FOR GRAIN OF ALL KINDS.
Lumbaf Yard and Planing Mill.!
H. BAUER & BROS., !
I JEFFERSON ST.. - BUTLER, PA., j
Doors, Sash, Frames, Blinds,
Molding of all descriptions,
Brackets, P.-itent Molded
| Mill Boards, Flooring, Palings,
Stair Railings, Balusters of
every style. &c., &c.
Circular Moldings Mzde to Order.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
Lumber, Plank, Shingles, Lath, &c, - j
_________________ _ !
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RYCKIVSAN, DAY & CO., |
IUK SS3B! VIIHiSBSJ
BROCTCN, N. Y.,
MAM FACTt'KHKS OF
■ Pare Native Wines,J
Still and Sparkling Wine,
Brandies from Native Grepes
Our wines are |»nt ii|« in choice mi l
! arc guaranteed to l>e siMuiurd and uive
a. F/ri'.r.r,. Agent.
a|»2-ly HCTI.EU. P.'
Q O Jf * l M P T s e pj
can be cured t>v the contimifid uso i,f Dfiscs's
Cod Liver Oii. am> Lj»cto I'mopiiaik or
Lime, a euro for Consumption. Coughs, C !i' f. i
Asthma, Bronchitis, and nil Scrofulon:- diseases.
Auk your for Ohmcn'h aii>l la o do
otlier. If he has not pot it. I will send i-ix hot
ties an vu here on receipt of i 5. Ben<i for Cir
cular. " CHAS. A. OS.MUN.
nov26-6m 13 Seventh Ave., New Yo k.
I jgj&jgj, TIIE (;KE IT VAl>i:
WF&> HUMAN (VIISEHY. |;
' ./* *t Published in a Stain? nlrrloj p. Price II ( tt. j
I A i-E(-TT*RE UN Tin: N'AIUUK, TIIKATMtNT, .
.IN!) i'IADK AI. C !!' • I'l WtaklU'i-S, or
Spent alorrlni'n, induced hy Scll-Al'itse, lnvol-
I utttary iotss ltp;x.U N<\v, Nervous De
bility, Mid I- to Mani i.m : iin-mlly ;
I CoiiMiuiptien, Ejiil.p ), and I'i's; Ment:.i and
I'LL %"-!• -.1 Ineap.icit v, &e.—Bv KOBRKT .I.' 'UL
i YEKWKI.I,, M. i) , .nit!.or o! tie "i.iceu j
\ Book," iV<*.
| Tlieuoild renowned nulhor, in (his ndmi:aire
Lecture, clearly proos Iri-ri l.i-own cxpeikrec
I lL.it the aw ill consequent cs ol fc'tll-.Miusc may
In-ctKclu.il ly reiuovi J without mcdicitic. an.
' wiili.>lll <1 ii»fr< rt'tis operations, bougie*, 1
iiit-lni cuts, ilul's, or cordials; poin; iti:r out n ! '
:;•( d ■ ol cure a! onee cet t.iiu and cll -ciu .1, bj j
i which every Millcrcr, no matter wLat his coiull- j
j ti.in i:. <v he. may cure him-ell cheaply, prl- |
\ ately and rod if ally. I
ffyV 'J /.is /. 'uti ,rill jjrore a boon to thousands |
I an'l t hoit sends,
S' lit under seal, in a plain itiveiope, to any i
i .iddrcee, jiostpaid, <.n receipt of vix rents or two j
Addies- tin; l'u' li--her*.
The < nlvciv. <ll H'tdtcpl Co., I
4! ANN ST., NEW YOI.K, I*. U. BOX 45SU. ! ■
. a w /'W 1 made in 87 svh. 70 pape ca'a!r>Kre j t
f S# )L H I tree. liUCKEVE NOVKLXY CO., j 1
v J |ns-3in] Cr tJSATT, OHIO. [<•
Time oi Holding ( onriH.
N" sevcri.l Courts of I!IC comity of Butler
commence on the iirst Motility <>f March. June,
Sept» mtier a: .t Jnocmbcr. and continue two
weeks*, or m> !«u? a« necessary to di-powe of the
business. N . cause* ai e put down for trial or
travel -e jurors summoned for the first wee!: of
the *vetal teimt*.
JAMES .1. CAMPBELL,
Office iu Fail view lwotigli, in Telegraph
janlD) BALDWIN P. 0.. Butler Co., Pa.
Just ice of the Peace,
Main street, opposite Postofßec,
j'ylC 2F.LIENOPI.E, PA.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
BU r rIiEH p^
A. M crxx Fx <J ITAM7
Office in Brady'- I.aw Building. Butler. Pa.
S. 11. PIERSOF.
Ofti o c-i: K. T*. come. 1 >ia:nc • J. i'iddle build
JOHX M. GREER
Office on N. E. corner Diamond. uovl2
\vmtitty 7 sk;
Office with V.". H. H. Riddle, Ks j.
Office iu find National Bank Builling.
E. 1. BRI*«H, ;
Office in Kiddle's Law Building.
S. I. BOWSER]
Office in Itlld'.e's Law Building. [marß*76
Special 'u ntion ixiveu to collections Olilcs
opposite '.Viil-.rd House.
JOSEPH B. BREDIN,
Office north-east corner of Diamond, Butler
11. li. GOUCHER,
Office in liehneiV man's b ui l ng. np stabs.
J T. DOXLY
Office near C'V.:rt Houses .• • 74
w. 1). i)H ANDOX, "
eb!7-75 Ofciei in Bern's building
CLARENCE WALKER, "
0!- ; . t in K;"t. lin ImiltHny marlT^—t
" FERD RKIBER,
Office iu Berg's new building, Main street.apitlj
F. M. EASTAJ AN,
Office ij> Brediu building.
L E V. M cQUISTION", "
Office Main street, I door touth ef Court House
JOS. o. VANDERLIN,
Office Maui i treet, i door south of Court House.
Wm A. FORQUER,
Office ou Main etrcr-t, opposite Vogeley
GEO] K WHITE,
Office N. E. censor of Diamond
~~ FKANCIS I'UKVIANCE;
Office with Gen. J. N. Pmvisnce, Main street,
south of Court Honse.
.i i) :\T^ITkkTN^
Office in Sciini.idciaan's i uiiclintr, wi&t side ol
Mail: strcit, 2nd square from Court House.
A. G. WL7,LIA\ISI
Office on Diamond, two doors west of Cmzra
T. G\ CAMI'RELU .
Office in Berg's new building, :2d floor, east
tide Mai:; .'t., a Tew doors BOUib of Lowrj
Hi-u.-e. ' mar!?—tf.
~«TA. «& \T. huIZITAN,
iuay7 Otiiee S. W. cor ci Diamond.
BLACK & BliO ,
Ofllct on Main trect. one door south o*
Brady B!<'.; k, Butler. Pa. 'pep. 3, IST).
JOHN M MILLER & BRO.
OH;cs in P.!'3'l "rf Law Building, Main street,
south of Co irt HOILS. Eugesb G. MILI.ek,
Notary PnbHo. junl ly
hCTI I'll, I A.
JOHN 11. NKGLEY,"
ftfGivcH iMticuiav i'.ttenhon to transoctiona
! is roi.i cstat. throughout tbe coui'ty.
dm:' ns ri'.nosf, XKAK C'OVUT HorsE, nr
E. It. Kcsixi, Knillßl M
: (L:.ie o( Ohio.)
ECKLKY & MARSHALL.
Office it: Bi-.dyV Law Utiildiujr. 8ep1.9,74
C CU RISTIE7~'
Attorney at Lttw. business carefully
tni:;.actcd. Coll-Jtimib made and promptly
remitted. Buf-inc--- correspondence pioinptly
attondcil to r.nd an'wered.
IMMce opp-. in- Lowry Houße, Bullcr, Pa.
MISO33LL A. NBOU3.
W. M. DAME,
Ri bonblon BlocK. Bradfoid, Pn.
ES) V>'' A! x DA: (S W'EENE Y
SMETHPOKT, I A.
Coilcctic..:- made in McKean, Venango, Butler
and Clarion cov.n'lcf.
M. NTMiLES, '
Pctruii i, iiutier county, Pa. |ju3
WILLIAM I:. <"OXN, ~
offic2 i'. Brawlcy House,
GREECE Oil V. |jnne7-ly
~M . O. BEX E1 nW,
jaa»J tf Petrolia, Butler co., Pa
Astor Place, 3rd Ave. & Bth St.,
(Oppo-itc Cooper insiiiute,)
15. TV" "fl,' «» s«
Best location in the ciiy. Ivevated Bailroad
and five other lines < I cars pats the door.
Booms f»0 tent.- to >'2 per day. By the week
$0 and upwards. -
Oi'ENf ALL N'lOin. apS.Stf
w i T7LAR I) HOUSE,
Main street, lioar Couit Honse,
GEO. W. CAMPBELL, - - - rnopKiEroß.
t\?"Gocd : tabling in connection.
KIT EN MI LLEIi HOUSE,
On Diamond, near Conrt House,
If. EITENMILLEB, - - - PKOIRIETOR.
This honse has l.ecn newly furnished and pa
pc! r.'. ro d the accommodations aie gootl.
htabhng in connection.
NCII 30118 K2S EIS) USK, '
Main street. Butler, Pa.
JOHN F. lIACKETT, .... PEOP'R.
This rdd and established Hotel has recently
been fitted up in modern style, ond is capable
of accommodating a large numln-r of guests.
Terms moderate. Good -tai ling attached.
COBTLAXDT STItEET, JJEAH BHOADWAT,
HOTCIIKISS & I'OXD, - - Prop'rs.
ON THE EVKOPEAN PLAN.
Tlin rcoiaurant,' c;if'' and lunch room attached
are nr.siupassrd for cliea; noss an 1 excellence of
service Booms 5J ets. to c- per day, |3 to #lO
per week. Convenient to al : terries and city
L tihoads. N•- w I'riiMTUUE. NEW MASAOE-
S:::NP. • Jauls-ly
Persons desjri:iic to have their Old Furniture
repaired, or Nciv Work m:i le to order, such as
Music Stand*. Book Casca. Wardrobes, Office
Desks, Oiliee l ablos. Ac..would do well to call on
A. 1?. \MLSON,
F'ractioal Cabinet Maker.
I hold that a piece of furniture made by hand
is worth two made by machinery, anil will cost
but '.litis more, it any. Tlic:i why not have baud
made All work made in tlie latest styles and
of thu material. I guarantee entire sat
isfaotii.ii ni st\!e. worVma- ship and price. Give
ire a call. Shop on Mitllin street four doors
west of Main street, and opposite A. Trontuian's
store, Butler, Pa. s«pl7-ly
Union Woolen MilU
11. FI'LLKKTOX, Prop'r.
Manufacturer of B'-.ANKCTS, FLANNEIJS, YAHNS,
IVC. Also custom woik done to older, such aa
curding Itolis, niuking Ulankets, Flanuels. Knit
ting and Weaving Yarns, tic., it very low
prices. Wool worked ou the ei:ares, it |de