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THAT DEAR LITTLE BOY.
"Plnpe nothing will happen to that
boy," the cross passenger remarked
anxiously, as we were speeding north
ward from London.
The boy in question was about
■even years old. He was entertaining
the passengers by running up and
down the aisle ; 9houting like a Com
anche ladian. He would run to the
rear door, kick the pannels and shout
"Ho!" Then he would run to the for
ward door, kick it and yell "Hay!
When this performance began to grow
maddening with the monotony, the boy
would lend it a little variety by paus
ing to look into some passenger's face,
while at the same time he would strike
nt him and shriek, "I'll kill you ! - ' It
was very interesting, and we all loved
the Infant. Now and then his mother
wonld say "Sammy, Sammy, dear,
lon musn't strike the gentleman, per
aps the gentleman doesn't like it."
the gentleman would lie like
m Trfcjan, and say, "Oh, yes, he didn't
mind it; he liked little boys." And so
we were worried and nervous, for fear
the child might get hurt. We fairly
grew pale with anxiety. He stopped
at my seat, snatched the lap tablet out
of my hands and roared, "Gimme that
pencil!" and when his mother said,
"Why, Sammy, I an. afraid you dis
turb the gentleman," Sammy yelled,
"I'll kill him!" I was BO anxious
•boot him that I watched him all the
way down the aisle to see if he
wouldn't fall and break bis neck. So
we all sat down and watched him with
concern written all over our faces.
The boy snatched an apple away from
the fat passenger, kicked the cross pas
senger's valise, made faces at the sad
passenger, and hit one man on the
woodbox twice with a stick.
Once, and only once, he made an of
fer to slap the woman who talks bass,
but she glared down on him with a
croak that made his hair stand on end,
and he avoided her during the rest of
the trip. At last, just as he was rush
ing up to the forward door to kick it,
the impetuous brakeman banged it open
to announce a station. He cracked the
boy on the head with the brazen knob,
and the boy acted very much as he
would have acted had he been shot
with a catapult, and it took all the ice
water in the cooler to cool off his head,
and the boy was effectually quieted
And it was really pleasant to see
the wearied look of anxious concern
pass off the passenger's faces after the
brakeman dropped the boy. The cross
passenger's grim face relaxed like a
May morning, the fat passenger winked
at the man on the wood-box, who was
still rubbing bis knuckles with an air
of tender interest, the sad passenger
hummed a merry little air, and the wo
man who talks bass gave a cheerful
croak that was interpreted to mean
laughter. Four passengers, whose
names I could not learn, gave the as
. tonisbed brakeman fifty cents apiece.
The boy with his bead swathed up in
weg|haodkercbiefs remained compara
tivfly quiet.— Burlington Hawkeye.
Two TONS or STLVKB PER WEEK
There are five establishments in the
United States where the smelting and
refining of silver-bearing lead ores is
carried on. One of the most extensive
if not the most extensive, of these
wofks is that of the Pennsylvania
Le|d Company, of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hete the "base bullion" of Leadville
and of Utah is brought to meet the
cheap coke and coal of .Pennsylvania
and though the freight per car aver
ages S3OO, the business has grown to
great proportions. President Schwartz,
of the above company, gives figures
showing that 60 per cent of the "base
bullion" output of Leadville is shipped
to the Pittsburgh refining works, be
sides 75 per cent, of the output of
Utah lead mines. "Base bullion" is
the product of the ore smelters of the
mining regions, and bears about the
same relation to refined silver as pig
metal to refined steel. At the Pitts
burgh refining establishment this base
bullion is converted into lead, silver,
and gold. The precious metals find
their way to New York, while the
lead is consumed by the makers of
white lead. The Utah ores are the
richest in gold, sometimes, reaching
40 ounces per ton. Of silver, the
Pennsylvania Lead Company ships
50,000 ounces per week, or two tons,
representing in value, at $1.14 per
ouno|, $57,000. This metal leaves
thsk works in pretty bars of 2,000
—"ln Vino Veritas." Bailie Verin
ioth (member of school-board, who
wished to address the children after
luncheon:) "Noo, bairns, aw'll jeest
tell ye we're a-Hke sheaps. Some's
en poarrt; some's awa' oot i'med
ocean; some's near the haven. Ye're
jeest leavin' poarrt. Ash f me; aw
tlflHfc aw'm about hauf shcash over !"
Ir-An old Scotch lady, who had no
relillk for modern church music, was
expressing her dislike for the Binging
of sn anthem in her own church, one
d<y, when a neighbor said: "Why,
that is a very old anthem. David
sang that antham to Saul." To this
the old lady replied: "Weel, weel, I
noo for the first time understan why
Saul threw his javelin at David, when
the lad sang for him."
—The judge decided that certain ev
dence was inadmissible. The attorney
took exception to the ruling. "I know,
your honor," said he warmly, "that it
is proper evidence. Here I have been
practicing at the bar for forty years,
and now I want to know if I am a
fool?" "That," quietly replied the
court, "is a question of fact, and not"of
law, and so I won't pass upon it, but
will let the jury decide."
—-An old darkey, who was asked if
in his experience prayer had ever been
answered, replied : "Well, sah, some
pras is ansud an some isn't. Pends on
on wat you axes fo. Just arter de wab,
wen it was mighty hard scratchin fo de
cullud breddern, 1 obsarved dat weneb
er I pras de Lord to sen' one o' Marse
Peyton's fat turkeys fo' de old man,
dere was no notice took of de partition;
but when I pras dat he would sen' de
ole man fo' de turkey, de matter was
tended to befo' sun up dead sartin! '
—Lord Beaconsfield once said of Mr.
Gladstone that be was a sophistical
rhetorician, inebriated with the exu
berance of his own verbosity, and so
forth. It is now, according to Puck, Mr.
Gladstone's turn to style Lord Beacons
field a meretricious mercator sublima
ted with the efflorescence of his own
medulla oblongata, who has precipi
tated an avalanche of contumelious
obloquy npon the devoted pericrania of
of his compatriots, and who is about
to be relegated to that Acherontic ob
livion which, ia the gorgeous imagery
•f his own Oriental vernacular, fits
' him like the papers on the wall.
OUR MINERAL WEALTH.
In the opinion of some experts the
production of precious metals it) the
United States is but just beginning.
In the last ten years we have advanced
from $17,3:20,000 in silver and $33,-
150,000 in gold to $45,846,109 in silver
and $44,880,223 in gold, but it is said
that the next census (ten years) will
more than quadruple this production.
During the first seven years, from 1870
to 1877, the production of gold exceed
ed that of silver iu our country, but
since then the production of silver has
exceeded that of gold $5,562,595. This
was caused iu part by the discovery of
the great silver mines at Leadville,
Colorado, and in part by the decrease
of the gold production of the Comstock
lode iu Nevada It is a fact not gen
erally known that in the production of
the Comstock lode 41 20-100 is gold.
The decrease of yield in Comstock wa3
$12,464,481 in silver and gold during
1878-1879, while the increase of silver
production in Colorado was $8,000,000.
The exact production of gold and silver
during the last census, as near as it can
be ascertained, was as follows :
Y ear Silver. Gold.
1870 ' £33,750,000
Js7l . 19,286,000 34,398,000
icio i " 19,924,429 38,177,395
157 3 27,483,302 39,206,558
",i\ 29,699,122 38,4ij6,48i>
i«75 31,635,239 39,908,194
37« 39 292,924 42,826,935
1077 45,846,109 44,880,22$
, Q7, 37 248,137 37,576,030
1879".'.'.'."".".'.".! 37,032,857 31,470,262
In this country $4,000,000 is annu
ally consumed in making jewelry and
for the arts. Last year about $74,700,-
000 in gold was imported to America,
and this added to the home production
gives an increase of $106,170,262. If
we add still further the $37,032,857 in
silver produced, we have $143,202,119
of a monetary increase to our national
wealth. Large as this increase may
appear, it is as nothing as when com
pared with our future possibilities.
The sudden influx of Eastern capital
to the trans-Missouri country will meet
a want long felt and cause the great
mineral wealth of the West to be rap
idly developed. The rich deposits of
gold and silver there hidden in the
earth will now be brought forth, con
verted into money and made to admin
ister to the wants ana conveniences of
mankind. America will astonish the
world in the next ten years and per
haps shake the value of precious metals
by her enormous production of them.
General Brisbin, of the United States
Army, says : "I have lived ten years
in the West, and I sincerely believe
1890 will not pass without giving us
an annual production of $400,000,000
of gold and silver in these United
Notice is hereby given that Geo. H. Graham.
Receiver of J. M. and J. T. Perdue, has filed
his final account in the office of the Prothono
tary of Butler county, at Equity No. 4, Janua
ry term, 1878, and that the same will be pre
sented for confirmation and allowance, at a
Court of Common Pleas, to be held at Butler,
on the 9th day of June, A. D., 1880.
May Bth, 1880. Proth'y.
Notice is hereby given that Levi Mason, As
signee of C. M. Zinck, has filed his final account
in the office of the Protlionotary of Butler coun
ty at C. P. No. 337 June Term, 1879, and that
the same will be presented for confirmation and
allowance, at a Court of Common Pleas to be
held at Butler, on the 9th day of June, A. D.,
1880. A. RUSSELL,
May Bth. 1880. Proth'y.
CLINTON TOWNSHIP AUDITORS REPORT.
Amount of duplicate for the year 1879,
Thomas Wood collector ..$364 26
Exonerations $ 2 25
Collectors percentage 18 10
Net amount due township $-343 91
Jas 11. Norris, Treasurer, in account with Clin
ton township, Dr.
Received of Thomas Wood, collector $343 91
Received of C. Johnston collector 1878.. 155 54
Received of J. Harvey collector 1871.... 24 70
Received of Jas. Davis collector 1875.... 12 28
Whole amount $536 43
W. C. Negley, pub'g report '78...$ 4 00
W. J. Trimble building bridge... 28 00
F. Sefton building bridge 31 00
T. Wood making dublicate 1 50
J. Jones repairing bridge 1 50
A. B. Katz water trough 5 00
R. Sefton water trough 5 00
T. Love making new road 45 00
E. F. Muder plank 50 00 •
B. F. Hays reparing road 20 00
Wm. Leckey building bridge.... 12 50
C. Bergman water trough 4 00
Wm. Sefton building bridge 17 00
E. F. M uder plank 23 00
Wm. H. Harvey foot log 3 00
Geo. Westerman hauling plank. 13 00
Wm. Harvey |plank...... 68 98
H. Bieket repairing bridge 14 72
Recording Auditors report 2 00
G. M. Gibson finger boards 2 00
T. Westerman services Com 12 00
" " " 4 76
Wm. Harvey trough plank &c... 18 28
Wm. Flick trough 4 00
E. A. Anderson Com. Lec 4 00
J. Mai7.land finger board 2 50
A. Monks services Com 12 00
" bridge and finger board.. 1100
E. Anderson Com. services 12 00
G. M. Gibson " " 12 (JO
J. Maizland " " 12 00
Wm. Norris " " 12 00
S. Hemphill foot log 2 50
J. N. Kirkpatrick plank 1 00
E. F. Muder plank 11 20
T. Westerman percentage 88
F. Stark making finger boards... 770
John Anderson use of house 2 50
Auditors services G 00
T. Westernman put'g up boards. 600
T. Westerman percentage col
lector April 14 1879 1 34
Amount due Treasurer on last
settlement 5 46
Treasurers percentage 15 37
Extcr day for auditors 3 00
Balance due township from treasure..s 5 54
Amount of duplicate for the year
1879 Thomas collector ....s9l 06
Exonerations .$ 58
Collectors percentage 4 52
$ 5 10
Net amount due township SBS 96
James H. Norris treasurer received of
Thomas Wood collector .$ 85 96
Received Crawford Johnston collector
1878 48 20
Whole amount received by treasurer..sl34 16
Amouut of vouches redeemed by
treasurer George P. Maizland
keeping pauper D. Pugh SSO 00
Collecting for D. Pugh 4 10
Wm. Ilarvy service as Overseer
Poor 11 96
Making out duplicate T. W00d... 1 00
8. Anderson services as Overseers
Poor 10 60
To Wm. Harvey collector for I).
Pugh 10 00
Amount due James 11. Norris
treasurer thrugh mistake on
last settlement 6 87
Treasurer percentage 3 94
Amount in hands of treasure :$ 31 69
Amount due township from Crawford
Johnston collector $47 11
We the Auditors of Clinton township, have
examined the account of James H. Norris,
Treasurer of Clinton township tax and find it
as above stated, and believe it to be correct
this 26th of April, 1880.
J. N. KIRK PATRICK, ")
J. C. NORRIS, > Auditors.
THOMAS WOOD, J
Mtxtl#K CiJt*a*a: f®fpUt*, 1880.
N'.itice is hereby given that the following ac
count* of Executor", Administrators, Guardians
and Trustees have been filed in the Register's
Office, according to law, end wii! be presented
to Court for confirmation and allowance 0:1
Wednesday, liie tnh day of June, A. D., 18.SO.
1. Final account and distribution by (). I'. Pi
sor, administrator of John Pisor, dee'd, of the
proceeds from sale of realty under order ot the
2. Final account of Daniel McMillea and
Daniel Goldinger, administrators of David
Goldinger, late of Clearfield township, dee'd.
3. Final account of Benjamin Douthctt anil
T. M. Marshall, executors of Win. Davidson
late of Adams township, dee'd.
4. First and final account of Wm. C. Hesner
executor of the e tate of George Kohler, late of
Jackson township, dee'd.
Final account of William T. Sedwick,
guardian of W. G. Sedwick, minor child of
George F Sc-.l'wick, late of Parker township,
as filed by J. S. Sedwick,adm'rof said William
T. Sedwick, dee'd.
6. Account of 11. B. Weisz, trustee appointed
bv the Or[ihans' Court to make sale of the real
estate ol'Win. Dodds. dee'd.
7. Final account of Alexander Black, adm'r
of Alexander Black, Sr.. late of Clay township,
8. Final account of George Beam, executor
of the last will and testament of George Enslen
late of the borough of Harmony, dee'd.
0. Final account of W. I). Brandon, executor
of the last will of Lewis Roessing, late of Butler
10. Final account of William F.«? J I er, exe'r
of Henry Lux, Sr., late of Lancaster township,
11. Partial account of Catharine Hoch, exec
utrix of Gottleib Hoch, late of Millerstown bor
12. Final account of Barbara Schwartz, ad
ministratrix C. T. A. of Christian Schwartz,
late of Summit township, dee'd.
13. Partial account of Wm. adm'r
cum texUanento annexo of Francis Carr, late of
Venango township, dee'd.
14. Final and distribution account of John
Humphrey, adm'r of Violet McLure, late of
Worth township, dee'd.
15. Final and distribution account of F. Zeh
ner, executor of Christian Reeb, late of Cran
berry township, dee'd.
IG. Final account of Bredon Porter, executor
of Martha Porter, late of Cherry twp, dee'd.
17. Final account of Reuben "Dutter, executor
of the last will and testament of George Dutter,
late of Connoquenessing township, dee'd.
18. Final account of Patrick Mcßride, exec
utor of F. C. Atwell, late of Marion twp, dee'd.
19. Final account of Joseph Kerr, guardian
of Charles G. MeMurry, minor child <>f Samuel
McMurrv, late of Marion township, dee'd.
20. Final account of William Campbell, sur
viving executor of Robert Thorn, dee'd, being
supplemental to final account of William
Campbell and Rachel Thorn, exeenfo.-s.
21. Final account of Gottfried iteinliold, ex
ecutor of Henry Hess, late of Buffalo township,
22. Final account of James K. Dain, adm'r
of 11. W. Grant, late of Buffalo township, dee'd.
23. Final account of Samuel 11. Heming,
guardian of Margaret Fleming, minor child of
John W. Fleming, late of Buffalo township,
24. Final account of Elmer Millison, adm'r
of Columbus Millison, late of Muddycreek twp,
25. Final account of Robert Gilleland, adm'r
of Wm. Barnhart, late of Oakland township,
26. Partial account of William Minteer, ad
ministrator of the estate of William Matthews,
late of Donegal township, dee'd.
27. Final account ot Daniel Feidler, admin
istrator of Samuel Sahle, late of Jackson town
28. Partial and distribution account of D. A.
| Ralston and R. A. Mifflin, executors of H. P.
Meelimans, late of Karns City, dee'd.
29. Final account of John M. O'Neill, admin
istrator of John B. Gallagher, late of Clearfield
30. Final account of Ira Stauffer, guardian of
William Sahle, minor son of Christian Sahle.
31. Final account of L. L. Daubenspeck, ad
ministrator oT Ann M. Daubenspeck, late of
Parker township, dee'd.
32. Final account of Joseph Adleman, adm'r
of Francis J. Adleman, late of Butler township
33. First and final account of J. M. Black,
administrator of S. W. Kohlmeyr, late of Alle
gheny township, dee'd.
34. Final and distribution account of Samuel
Shanor, Henry Shanor, and J. 11. Kochcr, ex
ecutors of Daniel Shanor, late of Lancaster
35. Final account of Samuel Sloan and Thom
as Sloan, executors of James Sloan, late of Ven
ango township, decid.
36. Partial account of John Rohner, executor
of Henry Walters, late of Cranberry township,
37. Final account of Charles Duffy, guardian
of Andrew J. McAlister.
38. Final account of W. E. DeW. Taylor and
A. Kelly, executors of George Taylor, late of
Worth township, deceased.
39. Final account of Henry Frederick, guar
dian of Sophia Shuster, minor child of C. Shus
ter, late of Donegal township, dee'd.
H. H. GALLAGHER, Register.
Notice is hereby given that the following
road reports have been confirmed nisi by the
Court, and will be presented on the first Wed
nesday of June term, being the 9th day of said
month, A. D., 1880. If no exceptions are filed
they will be confirmed absolutely :
Public road in Venango township, beginning
at a point where the Washington and Clinton
ville rosses the Scrubgrass road, to a point on
said Scrubgrass road, west some tiiirty or forty
Public road in Butler township, beginning
at a point on the Meridian road where it crosses
the little Connoijuenessing creek, thence run
ning up along the western bank of said creek
to whsie said road intersects with tho Butler
and New Castle Pike.
Public road in Summit township, between a
point at or near the duelling house of James
Stevenson on said public road, aud the j>oint
where the public road leading from a point at
or near Herman Station on the Butler Branch
of the Western Penn'a Railroad intersects the
Butler and Kittanning road at or near the land
of Geo. Trimbour.
BUTLER COUNTY, RS :
Certified from the Record this 10th dav of
May, A. D., 1880.
W. A. WRIGHT, Clerk.
The followingappraisements of personal prop
erty and real estrte, set apart for the benefit of
the widows of decedants, have been filed in the
Office of the Clerk of the Orphans' Court of
Butler County, in accordance with an Act of
Assembly of 14th April, A. 1)., 1851, as follows:
Anna Frederick S3OO 00
Esther Goldinger 300 00
Catharine Hoch 300 00
Lavina Critchlow 2.14 95
Elizabeth Kaudcr 260 00
Sarah "A. Kane 300 00
Margaret N. Smith 300 00
Penelope C. Allen 300 00
Pereilla Hall 300 00
Elizabeth Linsay 94 50
The above will be presented for confirmation
on Wednesday, the 9th day of June, 1880.
W. A. WRIGHT, Clerk.
#L N Ordinance relating to Licensing Hacks
fnk and other Conveyances, carrying passen
gers within the borough of Butler :
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Town
Council of the borough of Butler, and it is here
by ordained by authority of the same. That
from and after the passage and legal publica
tion of this Ordinance, it shall not be lawful
for any person, not a permanent resident of
said borough, owning, driving or in any way
exercising any control over any Hack or Hacks
Omnibus or Omnibuses, Carriage or Carriages,
or any Vehicle or Vehicles of any kind what
soever, to run any such conveyance or convey
ances for transportation of passengers for money
from aud to points within the borough, or from
a point in said borough to a point outside of
said borough, without first procuring a license
from the Chief Burgess, or in his absence or in
ability, from the President of the Town Coun
cil; for which he, she, or they shall pay the
sum of .*lO for each and every day for each ve
hicle with two or more horses or mules,and the
sum of $5 for each vehicle with one horse or
SKO. 2. Any body offending against this Or
dinance shall besubject to a fine of $25, for each
day such violation continues, to be enforced by
arrest, trial and sentence of Chief Burgess or a
Justice of the Peace; and on default to pay the
fine imposed, to be committed to the Lockup
for a period not exceeding 48 hours. Any per
son conspiring with or in any wny aiding or
abetting non-residents to evade the provisions
of this Ordinance, shall be liable to arrest, and
upon conviction, as in case of non-residents,
shall be liable to like fine and punishments as
SEC. 3. The officer arresting such offender,
and Magistrate shall be entitled to fees same as
for similar services, to be collected from the
parties; and such Magistrate shall have power
to comjiel attendance of witnesses by subpa-na
SEC. 4. This Ordinance shall not apply to
conveyances in use for the transportation of the
United .States Mail. M. J. REIBER,
F. M. EASTMAN, Clerk. Pres't.
A. L. REIBER, Chief Burgess.
Approved April 15th, 1880. ]mys:3w
Port i&rape Wine
; I'sed i 1! tho principal Chun lies for Communion <
£icilltnt For I_-dies and Weakly 1
Persons nml (lie Aged.
SPEEB'S PORT GRAPE WINE! '
FOOT EJLKS OLD. I
This Native Win« is made from the i
juice nt tiie Oporto < Irapc.raised 111 this country. I
In I valuable
Tonic and Streagthing Properties
arc unsumassed bv anv other Native \\ inc. Being 1
tlie pure juice of the Or.ip>'. produced under Mr.
Speer's own p:'r-una! supervision, its pinety ana
gen-.uneness are ffnarauteed. The younge t child
may partake of its gr-urous qualities, and the
weakest invalid use it ;o advantage. It is parti- u- .
larilv benencia! to the yge I and debilitated, and 1
suited to tii" varinis ailiaents 'bat affect the
weaker ex. It is in every respect A \\ INK TO BE
S 1» E RI?
IP. J\ 3B~ERRY, 1
The P. J. SHERRY is a wine of Superior Char
acter, and partakes ol the golden iiualit.es of tlie
grape from winch if is in i :le. For purity. Richness,
Flavor a ill) Mechanical Properties, it will be found
« n lSlt' -<
IP. J-. .13 a AINTDY. I
This BIt.VNOY stands unrivaled In this Country,
being jar superior for medieinial purposes. i
IT IS A PUKE distilation from the grape and J
contains valuable medieinial proj« rties.
It lias a delicate flavor, similar to that of the
grapes from which it is distilled, and is in great
favor among flrsf-cla-s families.
See that tlie signature of ALFKED SPEF.K. i as
saic, N. J., is over the cork of each bottle.
Sol<i by It. 11. WULLER.
ARE DAILY RECEIVING
Fresh and Seasonable Goods!
Cotton and Lisle Thread Hose,
Fringes, Trimmings, Buttons,
Lace and Embroidered Ties,
Elegant Neckwear for Men,
AND FULL STOCK OF
Ladies and Men's Furnishing Goods.
increased Room enables us to give pur
chasers the very best value for their money.
109 FEDERAL ST. ALLEGAENY CITY PA.
OPPOSITE FII'.ST XATIONAI. BANK.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
On tlie European Jt Jlan
-54 to 66 North Third Street,
Single Rooms 50c., 75c. and $1 per
O. 1-*. Sclineck, Proprietor.
Excellent Dining room furnished
with the best, and at reasonable rates.
|jgF°<}ars for all Railroad Depots
within a convenient distance.
E. D. No. 94 June Term, ISBO, E. O. Miller,
By virtue of a writ of Plu. Fi. Fa., issued
out of the Court of Common Pleas of Butler
County, and to me directed, there will lie ex
posed to Public Sale, at, the Court House, in
the Borough of Butler, ou
MONDAY, THE 17 DAY OP MAY, A. D. 1880,
at one o'clock, P. M., the following described
property, to wit:
All the right, title, interest and claim of W.
G. S tough ton of, in and to a certain lot or
peice of ground situated in the Borough of
Butler, Butler county, Pa., containing 70 by
85 feet, more or less, and bounded north by the
Diamond square, east by an alley, south by an
alley and west by Mrs. Judge Bredin, a large
two-story brick " dwelling house and frame
stable erected thereon. Seized and taken in
execution as the property of \V\ <!.
at the suit of Butler Savings Bank.
WILLIAM H. HOFFMAN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's O.'flce, Butler, Pa., April 26, I*Bo.
This disease like many others is regarded
as incurable. It is not so. If it is taken in
time it is as easily cured as a wart or a corn.
We know very well that it is a f?arful disease
and will eat away until it destroys life, that
is if it is neglected, but if it is attended to
when it first makes its appearance, or soon
after, there is no trouble in eradicating it
from the system. Persons will have to be here
during part of the treatment, consequently
there is no use writing to me for information
whether it can be cured without my seeing the
case. I also treat with success, Bupture, Piles,
Fistula, Ulcers, Ulcerated legs, Vaiicose Veins,
Varicocele Tumors, Hydrocele, and every form
of Skin Disease.
Dr. Keyser, 240 Penn Avenue,
Opposite Christ's Church, Pittsburgh, Pa.
jl I We need a few men to solicit
HfiriPM orders for our Nursery Stock. We
llUiiUul require men of undoubted integ
rity, good habits, with plenty of
AND pluck and preseverance. Boys I
rarely ever succeed, and dissipated
f. LI or dishonest men we will not em-
LuDQCIu Energetic men with fair
business capacity can easily ac
quire a knowledge of the business.
MEN We want those who can go to any
part of their own or adjoining
Ulinfnrl counties, and give their undivided
|| Q[j Ifcj UI attention to the business. Success
fill men can obtain.
COOD PAY & EXPENSES.
(live age. previous occupation, and references.
Address, K. (i. ( MASK & Co.,
10 N. Merrick St., Phila.
Important to Soldiers.
Points, on hill forth" Kquall/.ation of Bounties,
of Interest to every Soldier of the I'nloii Army.
Send stamp for circular. Pensions < ihtjuned. Pen
sions Increased. Thousands Entitled.
Address (with stamp)
11. S. BERLIN & CO.,
Lock Box 592, Washington, D. C.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY!
OR A rs SPECIFIC MEDICINE
It is especially recommended as an unfailing
cure for Sr. MI NAI. WKA K>. KSS. KI'KIEM ATORKH KA.
IMI'OTKNCY. and all diseases that, followasacon
sequence of Self Abuse ;as Loss of Memory, t'ni- '
versal Lassitude, Pain In the back. Diinmness of t
Vision, Pel-mature old age, anil mony other dls- c
eases that lead to Insanity. Consumption aud a t
Perinaiure (Jravc all of which ;LS a rule are first .
caused by deviating from the parh ol nature aud ,
over indulgence. The Specific Medicine is the re- ,
suit of a life stiuly and many years of experience '
in treating these special diseases.
Full particulars HI our pamphlets which we de
sire to send free by mail to every one.
The Specific Medicine is sold by all Druggists at c
$1 per package, or six packages for or will be c
sent by mail on receipt of the money by addressing i
THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., ,
No. lo Mechanic's Block, DKTROIT, MICH,
Jay-Sold in Butler by J. C. HI'IIK K, and by all
Druggists everywhere. t
»#~riAßßis'& Evrixo, Wholesale Agents, puts- '
itfew Shoe Mouse.
BARN7S & KALLOCS
nAYE JUST OPENED AT
No. 95 Federal Street,
iLLKfiHEXT CITY, I*A.,
Or.e of the finest aseortruruts of
FINE BOOTS and SHOES
ever brought to that city, and are selling them
at lower price* than any other honec cast of
New York. They have a full and complete
stock of everything in the line of
BOOTS & SHOES,
and invito b iyers to call and examine before
BARNES & KALLOCK,
95 FZJ>EB.VL STUEET, ALLEGHENY; PA,
Lumber Y ai-d.
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIB.
S.G. Purvis & Co.,
MtNUrACTrHEKS AND DEALERS IN
Hough and Planed Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
brackets, Gauged Cornice Boards,
Newell Posts and Balusters
FENCE PALINGS, Ac., Ac.,
Barn Boards; Plastering Lath ; nein
lock Bill Stuff, such as Joist Raf
ters, Scantiinc, &c.. all sizes
constantly on hand.
All of which we will pell OD
reasonable terms and guar
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Wear German Catholic Church
Lumber Yard and Planing Mill.
H. BAUER & BROS.,
JEFFERSON ST.. - - BUTLER, PA.,
Doors, Sash, Frames, Blinds, i
Molding of all descriptions, |
Brackets, Patent Molded
Mill Boards, Flooring, Palings,
Stair Railings, Balusters of
every style, &c., &c.
Circular Moldings Made to Order.
ILFCO, DEALERS IN
Lumber, Plank, Shingles, Lath, &.c,
BAUER & BAXTER,
Livery, Feed and Sales Stables,
REAR OF VOGELEY HOUSE,
feblß BUTLER, PA.
Liver;, Sale, Feed and Exchange
Rear of Lowry House, - - BUTLER, PA.
Opinions of flic Public,
Tlie PatlH are Helling well. Have Beveral old
chronic C&MCH of Kidney trouble meing tbein. and
they report an improvement and tbink much of
them. A. L. ROIIBOCK A CO,, Druggists.
Your Pad has done me more good than any
Remedy I ever used. JAS. B. CALLAWAY.
MT. CLEMENS, MICH.
Your Pa<l lias cured mo of Pain in the Back
and Kidney Trouble. M. J. HOUGH.
DAY KIDNEY PAD CO.,
TOLEDO, ... OHIO.
J. C. REDICK, Agent for Butler HO.
Letters testmnentnry on the estate of Bernard
Roessing, dee'd, lute of Butler, L'N., having
L-een granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing theinsilves Indebted to said esUle
will pleafe mnkc payment and any having
claims against the same will present them dnly
authenticated for payment.
MRS. B. ROESSING, Executrix,
ap2l-4t Bntler. Pa.
GOING WEST TO
SHOULD GO VIA THE
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R.
taTTicketa can bo had at all offices where
Western tickets are sold. apl6-tf
PENSIONS dicrs disabled in |
U. S. Hervico from any cause : also for heirs of
deceased soldiers. All pensions date back to
day of discharge, and to date of the death of
the soldier. Pensions increased ; Bounty and
now Discharges procured. Address with stamp,
STODDABT <FC Co., Room No. B St. Cloud Building,
Washington, D. C. ar-LM
obtained for disabled soldiers, from date of dis
charge. if application is tiled before July Ist,
18HFL. Tensions increased. Send postage for new
laws, blanks, and instructions. Address
W. C. BEIUNGER A CO.,
Pittsburgh, Pa., or Washington, D. C.
CSTOldest Claim Agency in the United State*.
WHO 18 UNACQUAINTED WITH THt CEOCRAPHY OF TKiS COUNTRY, WILL I
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
Bluffs pasoina through Jollet, Ottawa, La Salle, great feature of our I alace Cars is a SMOKING
I itiArtr iowa City,Marengo, Brooklyn, Grinnell, at all hours of the day.
Dos Moines (the capital of Iowa). Stuart, Atlan- Magnificent Iron Bridges span the MUaisaippl
tic and Avoca • with branches from Bureau and Missouri rivers at all points crossed by tnis ,
Junction to Peoria ; Wilton Junction to Musca- line, and transfers urc avoided at J® P®?*
tK.Ws3.hSrt™, Fairfield, Kldon, Belknap. Kansas CttT. Leavenwurth. ana Atchison. con-
Centrevllle. Princeton. Trenton. Gallatin. Came- mmMou being JMde In Cnion L^ota.
ron. I*avenworth. AtchUon. and Kansas City; THb PRIM II AL R. K. COMreCTIOIjS 0»
Washington to Slgouniey. Oskalooea. and Knox- TOIS GREAT lIIROLUH UN& ARK A3
SBKSNE?: Tffio r th ell diverging line, for the
ville, Oskaloosa, Pella, Monroe, and Des Moines: Kas t and . , . S&M9 and P
Newton to Monroe; Des Moines to Indiauolasnd At ENOLKu oop, with th« L. S. AM. S., and P.,
Wlnterset; Atlantic to Lewis and Audubon; and Ft W. AC R. Rds. M with P C % St.
Avoca to Harlan. This is positively the only At \\ ASHINGTON HEIGHTS, witn r., t. a, ok I
Railroad, which owns, and operates a through L. R. R.
line from Chicago into the Stateof Kansas. At LA SALLS, w*h ni.Cent.R.R.
Through Express Passenger Trains, with Pull- At PruKiA with P. P. A J., P. U- *t..l. B. *
man Palace Cars attached, are run each way dally W.; 111. Mid., and 1. P. &W. Rds. _
between CHICAGO and PEORIA, KANSAS CITY, i At UOCK ISLAND, with Milwaukee A Rw*
CVMWNI BI rrpß LBAVIXWORTH and ATCHI- 1 Island Short Line, and Rock Isl d«K Peo. Rds.
SON. through wirsan^aJw)run between Mllwau- At I>A vEXPORT with the Davenport Division
kee and Kansas City, via the "Milwaukee and C. M. 4 St. 1. R. it.
Mhnrt Line " At WEST LIBERTY, With the 8., U, R. A >. H. Jtv.
AmiinnAd its road bed is simply perfect, and its At DES MOINES, with D. M. A FR. D. It R
FFIKID with steel rails. At COUNCIL BLCKPS. with Union Pacific R. R.
What will please you most will be the pleasure At OMAHA, with B. A Mo. R. R. It. in Neb.)
of enjoying your meals, while passing over the AtCOLUMBPB JUNCTION, with 8..C. R. AN. R.R.
beautiful prairies of Illinois and lowa. In one of At OTTUMWA, with central lovra R. R.; W..
our magnificent Dining Cars that accompany all St. 1.. * Pac.. and C.8.& Q. K. Rds.
Throutfi Express Trains. You get an entire , At , iiLy!tV w ii isft
tn any Brrt - C "" hoteu k w - r
AppreStlng the fact that a majority of the At ATrauow. with Atch Topeka * SanU Fe;
neonle orefer separate apartments for different Atch. A Neb. and t en. Br. U. P. R.Rds.
purples and tne immense passenger business At I.eavk.n WORTH, with Kan. Pac., and Kan.
ronfpuHmon Pa'"r AtKAJWABCrrT.wHh all lines for the West
Sleeping Can for sleeping purposes, and Palace and Southwest.
Pifl T MA V PALACE CARS arc run through to PEORIA, DES MOINES,
KANSAS CITY. ATCHISbw. and LEATfes#ORTH.
Tickets Tla thla tine, known aa the •• Great Bock Island Koute," are sold kf
.11 Ticket Amenta In the United States and Canada.
For Information not obtainable at your home ticket offlee, address.
▲ KIMBALL, BI- ST. JOHN,
Genl Tkt. and Pass gr AgU
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 AND CLOCKS REPAIRED, AND WARRANTED.
A NEW DEPARTURE
$1 BOTTLE PATSKT MEDICINES FOR 38 CENTS !
JADWIN'S TONIC LAXATIVE
Is Appetizing, Palatable and Noii-Alcoholic,
AND ALWAYS CUKES
Dyspepsia, Sick H«*Bdnche Constipation, Bil
iousness, Sour Stomach, Liver Complaint,
Wnnt of Appetite, Indirection. Jaundice, Kid
ney Complaint, Nervouoness, Dizziness, Sleep
lessness, Heartburn, Colic, Debility, Foul
Breath, Worms, Files, Fevers, Colds, Ac.
Tub Tonic Laxativs rceulntes tbo bowels
and strenir'bens the system, gives a clear head,
pure blood and elastic spli its. Is purely vege
table, contains no mercury nor aloes. Sale at
all times. Pleasant to the taste, and a substi
tute lor Pills, Castor Oil, Ac. Best family med
icine known. Adapted to strong men. delicate
females and feeble infants. In liquid form.
Sold by drußpists. Price onlv 38 cents for a
large bottle. HENKY B. JADWIN, Apothe
cary ai:d Chemist, Sole Proprietor, Carbondale,
Pa. D. H. WULLEK, Drugisl, Sole Aeent for
Butler, Pa. jan2B-ly
is a and certain cure for Diarrhroa, Dys
entery, and most effectual preventive of Chol
era and Cholera Morbus. It is no secret prepa
ration, *s the ingredients 0 f which it is com
posed, are upon the label of each bottle, and it
in recommended and prescribed by the most em
inent physicians. Sold by drnggi«t* and store
keepers. Price 25 centß and sl. A large bottle
sent express paid, for #1- Bend for circular.
Address CHAB. A. OSMUN,
nov26-6m 13 Seventh Ave.. New Yo:k.
Persons desiring to have their Old Furniture
repaired, or New Work made to order, suoh as
Music Stands. Book Cases, Wardrobes, Office
Desks, tiffine Tables, Ac., would do well to call on
A. 13. WILSON,
Practical Cabinet Maker.
I hold that a piece of furniture made by band
is worth two made by machinery, and will cost
but little more, if any. Then why not have hand
made ? All work made in the latest styles and
of the best material. I guarantee entire sat
isfaction in stvle, workmanship and price. Give
me a call. Shop on Mifflin street, four doors
west of Main street, and opposite A. Troutman's
•tore, Butler, Pa. sepl7-ly
Hop Bitter* are tlio PnrMt and Beat
Bitter* ever made.
They are compounded from Hop*, Burba,
Mandrake and Uundellon, —the oldest, beat,
and most valuable medicines in tlio world and con
tain all the best and moxt curativo properties of
all other Bi'ters, biin:; the greatest Ulood Purl
flrr, I,iter Regulator, an.(Life and liiolth Re
storing Agent on uurth. No dicei'e or 111 hcal.h
can po»tib!y lonic exist where tlie<o Bittrrsare
used, so varied and perfect are their opor.tious.
They give new life and vigor to the sped and
Infirm. To all whos* employment* caaeo ii regu
larity of the bowels or urinary organs, or who re
quire an Appetizer, Tonic and mild Hiimulnnt,
these Bitters are Invaluable, b"inj/ hl/'.'y < ;ira
ti vc, tonic and atlmuLUiug, M ithout Intoxicating.
No matter what yonr feelings or ■vmtoms are,
what the disease or aiiruent is, use flop Bitters.
Don't wait until you are slrk, hut If you only I oil
bad or miserable asetho Bi tersatonce. Itm.iy
save your life. Hundred* have been paved by fo
doing. tiT" JSIHI ,'»1 will be paid for a case
they will not cure or help. -
Do not suffer yourself or let your friends suffer,
but use and urge them to use liop Bitters.
Remember, nop Bitters Is no vl'e, dru-rged,
druuken nostrum, but the Purctsn.l Best Medi
cine ever made; tho "Invalid's Friend and
Hope," and no person or familv should bo with- Ti
out them. Try the Hitlers to-day.
Try Hop Cough Cur* and Pain Relief. §f
• roll BALM BT ALL 1)1:1 OVISTS. VI
■■HIEV IrL | M~i
6 RES S
See What it will do. Withont Basting.
It will sew.orcr uneTen'suriaces aa well u
plain. ~ - <
It wlli seworer seams In any garment, without
mating long or short stitches, brtaking of thread,
or puckering the lining of the goods at the se-rn,
requiring no assistance from the operator, except
to run tho machine and to guidothe work.' 4.'
puint which no other machine possesses.
11 is the only practical machine for hemming
V.ns alpacas, poplins, muslins, and other timiiar
goods w.ihout Lasting,and it is the only iu;ichine
in iho Bur d that wiil turn a wide hem across the
end of c sheet without fulling the under or upper
side of the hem.
It will turn a hem and sew in a fold at ono oper
11 will do felling, bias or straight, on any cotton
cr woolen goods.
It will fell across seams on any good". ,
It will bind dressgooda with tl:e same or other
mater i il, cither scallops, points, square* ori
Elraight. . .
Bind folds without showing the stitches, ind|
cow on st thestmo time.
It will put on dreKS braid and sew in facing!
nnd a binsfjld at one operation, without drawing!
cither d ress, braid or skirt, and without rhowing
the stitch on rightslde.
Fold lia» tiiinming and scwtnal oneopcro
tir n. "
Wake milliners'folds with diflerent colors and
pieces of goods at ono operation, and sew ou ut the
same t : me. „ ... 4
!twill rew In a sleeve, covering a rord.and.
itltclilnj It into those.-.m at the ?ame time.-
It wlil patlier withoutsewing o". It willgathor
and sew ou st lhcmme time.
J twill gather between two bands, showing the
rt itches on llieTitfht side, at one operation. *
Itwillma-onndsewarufTlo on any part of a
dross cklrt, and sew on a bias fold for heading at
ono operation, showing the stitches on tho right
I twill gather and sew cn a band with piping
K-tween rul;!o nnd band, nt ono operation.
It will sew a band and rufiloon ad re a skirt,
stitching iu piping at head of baud, at ono oper- ■
ctlon. . . ....
It will make plaited trimming either tlraight
Make plaited trimming either seasoned or
straight and sow on a baud, and edt o stitch tho
band, at one operation. ,
It wlil. with one operation for each variety,
without barling, evecutc'.'t) t> radical varieties of
rußling, being twelve more tliauc. n 1® produce !
on cn v oi Jier m u hiue with tha aaiue number of ,
It does not change longth of Btitca on scroti
It sews from lace to leather without chsn* ng
■M'rh or tension
J'lrery machine 1" warrantffi for five yw». .» ;.nn
w!I kept i»i repa.ru free of expenao to the pur
tha«?». '•'Ofl * \ i-E 1> Y
BDTI.ER, PA. 1
(/brmttrly Dr. Craig'» Kfdrtrt/ Cure.)
A v#*jjetable preparation and tl».» only rare
roiicd.v in toe world tor lsri«rlit*» Dufxue,
nnd ALL kidnej, Liver, ooa
Il*#~Tesilfr»onialsof the highest order in proof
of these statements. .
B j/'For tln> cure of ninlwtca, call for W*r- 3
ni'p'u Mafi' <S
KfrFor the cart* of Ri-lglit'w and the other 0
diseases, call for Wi.true*'* Male Kldiiex
fiii'S LhrrCiKf. t
WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS. P
It Is the best fillimd l*urtf]pr. and stimulates *
•very function to more ln'ulthful uciiun, uud
is tt.u.in benefit in alt diseases.
II cures.Srrortilou* and oth' r S'kln limp- <t
tlona and Diseases, Including Caurrn, LI- 3
rers, ami other Korea.
tVeaiiaeu of the Uomarh, r
It.v, etc., are curud by the Naf>- Kllfera. Ills _
unei|iialed as an appetia-rm<d regular tonic. 1
liottlcs of Uvo sites ; prices, attr. and 81.00. '
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE
Q ilcklf cive«* Ro*t and to thesufTertnff,
euros Ifcndarfio and Neuralgia. prevents
i Kpilopllo Fit a, nnd relieves BTerwotM ft*ro»- -*
tratioii brouglit on by excenslve drink, over- J
| work, mental NIIOCIBS. and other CAIWRI
Powerful as it Is t«» stop pain and soothe dis
turbed Nerves, it n-ver YrxJurps th«« system,
whether taken in small or lartre done-*.
Hot ties of two sizes; prices, 50«% and SI.OO.
| , WARNER'S SAFE PILLS «
Ar;» an iiumediate nc'ive stimulus for a F
A »OIJ> WATCH FREE.
ro every workihg itsent. male of faniele ni
Agents are eleiuing from fr, to flft ft day on our
fiKMts. in addition to above jiremhtin. Send 10 -»i
lentil for sample nr Sl.oo fur f'til oiitflt attd aoettre |\
r'our county, i'lili MIiSbIiNUEK I*l BLISHINU
X)., Lewinbuig, Pit. liinyim ( W
Time of Holdluff Courts. .
The eeveral Com tn of the county of Batler
commence on the tiret Monday of March. Jane,
September *ud December, tnd continue two
weeks, or bo long as nccentarr to diispces of the
business. So cans-en are put down for trial or
traverse jurors summoned for the £ii>t week of
the sereial terms.
JAMES j.~ CAMPBELL,
C?«»w* n * (Oritiii «>■-.
Office in Fairview borough, in Telegraph
janlS] Baldwin P. 0.. Butler Co., Pa.
Justice of the Peace,
Main street, opposite Postofflce,
jlylC ZELIENOPLE, PA.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
~ BUTLER, PA.
Office with L Z- Mitchell. Diamond.
A. M. CUNNING"IFAM;
Office in Brady's Law Building. Butler, Pa.
Office on N. E. coiner Diamond, Kiddle build
JOHN M. GREER
Office ou N. E. corner Diamond. novl2
WM. 11. LUSK,
Office with W. H. H. Riddle, Esq.
Office on Diamond, near Court House, south
E. I. BRUttH,
Office In Riddle's Law Building.
S. F. BOWSER.
Office in Riddle's Law Building. [marß'76
J. B. McJUNK 1 "
Special attention (riven to collections Oilici
opj>osi;e Willnrd House.
~~ JOSEPH B. BREDIN,
Office north-caat comer of Diamond, Butler
H. H. GOUCHER,
Office in Schneidcman's building, up stabs.
J, T. DONLY "
Office near Court House. r • 74
\V; D. BRANDON, '
obi 7-75 Office in Berg's building
Office in Bredin building- marl7—t
Office Id Berg's new building, Main street.apUlj
Office in Bredin building.
Office Main street, I door south of Court Hons*
~JOS7C. VAN BERLIN^
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court Hosk.
•J" Office on Main street, opposite Vogeley
GEO. R. WHITE;
Office N. E. corner of Diamond
FHANCIS S PUHVIANCE"
Office with Gen. J. N. Porviance, Main street,
south of Court House.
J. D. McJUNKIN,
Office In Schneidetnnu's building, west side ol
Main street, 2nd square from Court House,
A. G. VVLLLIANS~
Office on Diamond, two doors west of Citizen
T. C. CA M PBELIZ '
Office in Berg's new building, 2d floor, east
side Main st., a few doors south of Lowrj
n A. & M. SULLIVAN,
may 7 Office S. W. cor. of Diamond.
Office on Main street, one door south o»
Brady Block, Butler, Pa. (Sep. 2,1874.
JOHN M MILLER & BRO.
Office in Brady's Law Building, Main street,
south of Court House. Ecoeke O. Miller,
Notary Public. Jun4 ly
JOHN H. NEGLEY,
WGivee particular attention to transactions
in real estate throughout the county.
OrFicK on Diamond, seab ComtT Hons*, in
E. K. Ecklkt, Ken kedt~Makshall.
(Late of Ohio.)
ECKLEY & MARSHALL.
Office in Brady's Law Building. 8ept.9,74
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.
McSWEENY & McSWEENY,
Smelhport and Bradford, Pa.
M. N. MILES,
Petrolla, Butler county, Pa. |]nß
WILLIAM R. CONN,
♦ Office in Brawley House,
GREECE CITY. |june7-ly
M. C. BENEDICT,
jan6 tf Petrolia, Batler co., Pa
~ w i LLAITdi iouse,
Main street, near Couit House,
GEO. W. CAMPBELL, - - - Pbomueto*.
Q£*"Good stabling in connection.
On Diamond, near Court House,
H. EITENMILLER, - - - Pbopkietob.
This bouse has been newly furnished and pa
pered. and the accommodations are good.
Stabling in connection.
OORTLANDT STREET, Neab Bboadwat,
HOTCHKISS & POND, - - Prop'ra.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
The restaurant, cafe and loncli room attached
are unsuipassed for cheapness and excellence of
service Rooms SO cts. to 92 per day, 98 to #lO
per week. Convenient to all ferries and city
railroads. N"w Fchmtdbe, New Mahaoe-
Union Woolen Mill,
H. FCLLKRTOX. Prop'r.
Manufacturer of Blankets, Flannels, Yarhs,
Ac. Also custom work done to order, such as
carding Rolls, making Blauketi,, Flannels, Knit
tlug and Weaving Yarns, Ac., at very low
prices. Wool worked ou the shares, it de
<t> fi(i a week in your own town. Terms and 95
SOO outfit free. Address H. P \llett 4 Co.,
Portland, Maine. decS-ly
A very large and elegant assortment of
RAW SILK AND JUTE CURTAINS.
Lambrequins in Various Styles and Grades,
Eastlake Lambrequins, Cornices. Cornice Poles,
Shades, Shading, Bedding, etc,, at
THE PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER,
No 74 WOOD KTUKKT,
ipl4-3m PITTSBURGH, PA.
FOR SA-HjIE I
The good will and fixtures of a Hotel, close
x> the Union Depot, Pittsburg, Pa.—Ps rooms.
Accommodations for2oo Guests
loing a very large business. Satisfactory rea
10ns for selfing. For full particulars, apply to
CHAB. A. GIVEN,
nys-lm. Pittsburgh, Pa.
y 17117 PTTPU Consumption and Asthma.
IJiW \jl'llNever yet failed. Address
vith stamp, "HOME," Fbostbvbo, Md. IJ *7 If