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BUTI EH CITI/KV
„. T. .'TVTF-NR PROP'RS.
Entf Vdat thr Po*toffice at Hutler as
TH* East Brady Timet is the name
Of a uew aud ueal p*perjust wtablisi* d
at East Brady, Pa. We wish it »uc
WEare requested to state that Bishop
Simpson, of the Methodist Church,
will preach in the church of this place
•a Sunday, the -20 th of March.
THERE are more good "dark horseß
•till back yet in caße neither Col.
Bayne or Gen. Beaver can be elected,
amoig them in the west are Shiras.Sco
field, Agnew and others.
Wi are indebted to Mr. Braham, of
the Legislature, for regular copies of
tbe Legislative Record, and other fa-
Tors. Also to Mr. Dick, of Congress
for public documents.
THE first bailut last week between
Bayne and Beaver was, 63 for Beaver
sod 62 for Bayne. The ballot on
Monday, of this week, being the 27th,
was Bayne 33 ; Bearer 27. Many
members were paired off and at their
homes. 28th ballot, yesterday, Bayne
86, Bearer 31.
THE machine at Harrisburg has been
defeated, if not smashed. Tbe forced
witbdrawel of Oliver, the ring candi
date is tbe result of the independent
action of the representatives of the
Republican people of the State. No
man can be elected Senator who will
not assert bis manhood.
All tbe independent Representatives
of tbe Republican party are asking for at
Harrisburg is a senator who will repre
sent tbe people and not tbe ring. They
gay tbe ring baa now one of tbe Sena
tors in tbe person of Senator Cameron
and they think that is enough, and now
demand that tbe other Senator shall
be one who will represent the party.
BAYNK and Beaver, who take the
place of Grow and Oliver in the balloting
for a Senator by tbe Legislature, a-e
botb good men and fit for tbe place,
but tbe difference between them is that
one is put forward by tbe free and in
dependent members of tbe Legislature
and tbe other by the ring rule that the
Republicans of the State are striving
to rid themselves from.
We have no hesitation in saying, that
tbe popular feeling in tbe Republican
party of this county, sustains the course
of Mr. Brabam at Harrisburg, on th?
Senator question, and that by more
thin three to one. Tbe heart of tbe
gro.it body of tbe party in tbe county
is honest and right, and will/in due
time demonstrate it, the petitions cl
a few tools of tbe ring in tbe county
gotten up and sent to Mr. Braham, tc
tbe contrary notwithstanding.
THE Petrolia Record baa decidedly
tbe better of the Herald of this place in
its argument, commenting upon the
political morality of the Herald's view
as to what the Democrats in the Leg.
ialature should do on the pending Re
publican Senatorial dead lock. Tbt
Record criticises tbe Herald's position
that the Democrats ab< ul«i vote witb
which ever wing of the Republicans in
tbe Legislature can "deliver the most
goods" to them for their votes foi
Senator. This was very bad doctrine
00 bad, even as Democratic doctrine
that tbe Record, a Democratic paper
justly takes exception to it.
IT is amusing to see those member*
• in tbe Legislature, among them Messrs
Greer and Bell of this county, wlu
were so pronounced for a Wenterr
man for Senator, and one from A lie
gbeny county preferred, are now voting
for a man not from the western part oi
tbe Bute; and this too when they hail
tbe opportunity to vote for another
Allegheny county man. Truly, con
sistency i» a jewel in politics. Bui
there is no calculating in these days tl»
power and value of a paster and folder,
post master, or other great offices,
wben they come in conflict with ar
trifling an office as that of United
THIS UNLOCKED LOCK.
Since our last issue tbe Senatorial
question at Harrisburg assumed a new
phrase. Both Grow and Oliver con
eluded to withdraw from the contesl
on Wednesday evening last, and did
so. This should have put matters in
such shape thot tbe Legislature would
bare been free to choose a Senatoi
worthy and competent to serve the
State. But the withdrawal of Mr
Oliver was immediately followed bv
bis friends naming a candidate, Gen
Bearer, for whom they intended tc
rote. This was done in the private
parlors of Senator Don Cameron, and
at his dictation. The place and man
ner in which it was done not onty
aroused opposition to the new candi
date of that wing of the party but
bas effectually distroyed his chancet
of success Had it been done to kill
bim off at tbe very outstart of bis can
didacy no i>urer or better way could
bare been adopted by bis professed
friends. Because it is well known
throughout tbe whole State, and ought
to be known to Don Cameron by thin
time, that tbe real cause of trouble in
the Republican party of tbe State it
bis rule and methods. Tbe party it
tired of w hat is known as Cameron
ism, and tbe effort now being made
was to free the party from that ring
rule that has become so odious. Thin
was tbe main cause of tbe op
position to Oliver. And therefore,
wben it was made manifest that Oli
ver could not be elected, it was the
bfjfbt of not only folly but Of hrtptx
ience, for the game few individuals to
assume to name who should voted
for in bis place, and the more so when
th - wasiionein and from the private res
idence of the head of the rinjr. It »'i
mleulatcd to keep up the fight and it
has. Th<»se men»l>ers voting for .Mr.
Grow naturally rallied to s >nn* oth- r
Dew man. They had previously, in
one of their meeting's, resolved that
Col. Thomas M. Bayne, ot Allegheny
city, was their second choice when
they left Mr. Grow. They of course,
under the circumstances, cave Col.
Bavne their support wLen Mr. Grow
withdrew, lie is not ouly a worthy
Republican but fully competent for the
position. The anti-ring members sup
porting Mr. Grow could not be ex
pected to turn around and stultify
themselves by voting for Gen. Beaver
or any other man whom the much ne
put forward in place of Oliver. And
hence the lock continues unlocked
Buyne's vote, however, is larger so far
than was that of Mr. Grow, while
Beaver's is less than that of Mr. Oli
ver. We still look for an honorable
aud fair wav out of the d ffi -ult v, an .
to see a good man yet chosen Senator.
Mr. Grow may now be considered as
out of the Senatorial contest, having
withdrawn from the same. This was
forced upon I im by the machine polit -
ci us now in office at Ilarrisburg an<l
who live aud riot otf the Republican
party. That Galusha A. Grow was
the popular favorite for Seuator, in the
State, is not denied. That he wue
the favorite of this county, of any ol
the outside candidates, was clear to the
vision of ail disinterested Republicans
Why then was the popular will de
feated ? Siuioly because he was ton
honest and too able a man for the
to control or use. When speeches had
to be made, and hard blows given tc
the Democrats, then Mr. Grow was in
great esteem and demand by tbest
same ringsters; but when it came U
rewarding him and carrying out thi
wishes of the party in this county
and the State, then he is solo
out and traded off for such little,
petty positions as 'pasters and folders,
etc. Mr. Grow would not stoop to suet
practices. He retains his self-respect,
and being an honest man, without «
stain or blemish upon his character
justice will yet be done him.
THE VOTES CuU .TED.
Gen. Garfield declared Elected.
WASHINGTON, February 9.
Long before the hour for the opening
of the House to-day the public throng,
ed the corridors of tte Capitol and
pressed for place, in anticipation of tht
electoral count. This was to occur ai
12 o'clock. Asearly as 11 the gallerie*
were densely packed. Half an houi
later hundreds of disappointed and
carious people crowded the rotunda
statuary ball and toe passage leading
1 from the Senate to the House, deter
mined to see at least the Senatoria
procession on its way to the H ill o
Ueprei»eutativeß By this time tin
scene on the gallery floor of the lattei
was of the liveliest description. Ever)
door was besieged with anxious crowds
who struggled and jostled with eucl
other and choked up the corridor, un
able to gain admission. The door
keepers earned their salaries to-day
They were beset wit h !>eautiful womei
and persu'sive gentlemen. Congress
men aud rowdies indiscriminately, al
of whom displayed their "influence" ii
the most imposing way. Eveu door
keepers of the most accommodating
sort and biggest salaries could make n<
room <vhere there was none, ant
hundreds were turned away to sn ffl<
or swear, according to sex and tempera
meat. A knot of forty or ftln
squeezed about tbo o|ien doorway lead
ing to the galleries to catch a word now
and then, though unable to see within
At a few minutes to twelve these knot
completely blocked the broad corridor
The usual pressure was brought t«
Ih-ar on the reporters' gallery, »>ui tin
management of this wns better thai
heretofu-e and the woikinjr force ua>
not this time crowded out of theii
COUNTING TIIE VOTES.
The Senators. aiiiiCU'iecd bv tin
House doorkeeper, filed solemn y In,tw<
by two, headed by the veteran. Caprait
Bassett, bearing in either b iiid a squart
rosewood box containing theelectora
j Votes. Vice President Wheeler tool
' hi-< place at the right of Speaker Han
dall anil rapped the joint convention t<
order. The tellers took place t»elow
him at the Clerks' deck. while tin
Journal Clerks were dr v-n to a tabl»
I below theoflicialreporters of the Hoit-e
Mr. Wheeler's announcement that ii
was bis constitutional duty to open tht
electoral votes in the presence of tht
two bouses and deliver them to the ap
pointed tellers excited the keenest at
tention. lie embraces in a single sent
etice the Democratic theory in the re
cent discussions on th 's subject, namely
that it was bis constitutional duty t<
open the votes ouly. This point wai
received by a subdued buzz from flooi
and gallery. The private secretary o
the Vice President then opened one o!
the boxes as it rested on the marblt
de«k and took therefrom the sealed en
velope marked "Alabama " This tht
secretary carefully clipped at one end
with a delicate looking pair of shear?
aiid passed the contents over to Mr
Wheeler, who formally delivered to tin
tellers the vote of Alabama. The cer
tificate was read by Senator Hamlin,
one < f the two tellers on the. part otlbt
Senate, and the result was recorded on
the talley-s: eets ke t by each teller
Its reading occupied more tliau fifteen
minutes. It was evident that if thin
was kept up the counting would Install
day. At the third certificate Reagan
moved to dispense with tbe formal
reading, which was done, and there
after the character of the certificate and
the vote merely were stated, eat h tel
ler reading in turn. It was not until
tbe vote of Georgia was reached that
interest revived. When that occurcd
Springer arose, amid a painful hu.-b,
aud demanded the reading of the eer
tifieate in full. It was done. Then
Wheeler read tbe joint resolution adopt
ed by the two bousi s and quic.lt p s.-t
--ed to the next There was a general
murmur of vol taw ttov hall;
Q&» sniUic vEiti**n: fl*., 16, 1881.
Thai w is HI !. The agony w IS over.
THE RESC'I.T I) EC LA 11 ED.
When rtie of States had l *'en
completed Thuruian announced t«» th<>
oint assembly lb-it the whole number
df votes cast was 309. of which was
a majority; that James A. Garfield had
received 214 votes. beiujr a m «j-»ri y ot
the whole; that if the votes of <J or ia
were couuted Hmcock wo Id nave
155 votes if not counted, 14t vote.-;
but that in either event Garfield would
have a majority. 'I he same announce
ment was made in regard to the \ ice
President, whereupon Vice President
Wheeler declared that Garfield and
Arthur had been <luly elected President
ami Vice President." This was greeted
with applause on the Republican side,
arid at 1 35 the joint session wi< dis
solved, the Senate withdrew and the
floor was cleared.
f'ftMll «ft • I al I
EntTOßs CITIZEN: —AIIow me space
in your valuable paper to reply to a
communication in the haijlr of Jan
2fi, from Center township, m regard to
the school house (juestion. and signed
"Fair Play." Ifthe writer's signatuie
is intended to make people believe the
fairness and truthiulue»s of his asser
tions he missed it in writing from ill -
community. Lie 's well known here
and an old gray haired man 1 ke him
who already has on • foot in the giave
and who is a professing Christian,
should confine himself to the truth oral
least think of the her--a Iter and the final
judgment. He goes ot) so far in l»e:ng
a geutlemanthat becalls"Bi>nevoh-nce
a liar ; nice work tor a Christian. He
states that there was a vote tak-n in
this township, and by that vote tour
schools were established. He is the
onlv man around here that ever heard
ot it before and there are several men
living here now that were citiz< n
wbeu the coun v was remodeled. W»
know that the Directors established
four schools by their votes but not bv
vote of the citizens. How many
scholars were there when the four
bouses ivere built? Not more than 17.;
were enrolled then ; now we have an
enrollment of 320, or an average <>f HI
to each school, and the anti-schoo
party wanted to get along with toui
schools yet and want the teachers t<
work for slfi jH-r month and 2 ,d.»ysfoi
a month. How is that for a township
iike Centre ? If they get their wish ii
the election of School Directors the com
ing election the teachers w 11 have t<
rent the houses and pay forevery thinji
extra. The school board stjuauderec
monev, is another charge of "Fail
Piay." 1 will answer, they did not
The secretary's books are open for in
spectiou at any time and anyone tha'
Indieves bis statement can iro and i .v
amine the books and see wh eh is I'igtu
"Fair Plav'' did not see through hi»
spectacles clearly when he made out hit
paper or he would hive mule no mis
take like h-3 did. although be is an old
man. Now "Fair Play" there is in
need of jfetiinif ungeutlemanly aboui
this, for 1 can prove eve>y thin>f 1 say
and will do so when called on. Anil l<
the readers of this piece, il you did be
lieve that this township was involved
in a war, by "Fair Play's" statement
come to old Centre and see tor your
selves, which is right, "Fair Play" o:
Rapu aivo Foaturo.
One of the most healheoish and re
pulsive features of lj>».s.s rule in this
Slate is its shameless inseusib.litv to
gratitude and lair play. Instead ol di
recting its energies against the common
enemy, it is found i'.i accord with the
latter*ou all convenient occasions; and
does not scruple to u-e every trick and
device and every coriupt appliance
within reach to strike down the worthy
and deserving men in its own ranks.
Just let a Republican, highly deserv
ing of recognition, presume to set up
his claims in opposition to the se!(i.-h
views of the bosses, and In; is pursued
with a persistence und vimlictivcness
really amazing. James (>. Ulaine, al
ter seventy days and nights of tireless
activity in thwarting the plains of the
Funionists ol Maine, was entitled to at
least fair dealing in the State which
gave him birth ; and although in n
clear popular majority of not less than
70 or 80 000. was defrauded of a dele
gation to Chicago to which he was
fairly entitled.•lialunha A. Urow. alter
our defeat in '77, brought about mainly
hv the pandering of our leaders to the
soft money heresy, sounded th • trU'- Re
publican note on that question, and by
a i incessant campaign all through the
summer, extending from Lake to the
IMaware, brought victory to the party
th< in xi year. In return, n >w, for Ins
arduous labors, they have been coin
passing. the pi.-t two m mihs. every
thing wit li in the range nl possibility t>
secure his defeat. President Haves,
alter a patient comparison ol theclaims
and merits of J. K, Dravo and J. S.
llulau, has seen lit to appoint the for
mer to the Pittsburg (Jollectorship.
But, instead of bowing gracefully to
the decision of the President, they are
determined, bv the aid ol the Demo
cratic Senators, to defeat his confirma
tion at all hazard. It the 57 members
of the Legislature, who refuse longer
to bow the knee to Baal, succeed in
breaking the power of the bosses, and
eliminating this abominable feature
from our State p »litics, they will have
performed the best service of their
lives, not only for the Republican
party, but for the entire people of the
State besides— H uv< r Tunes.
Washington . lty 3ab:norgod
A letter from Washington City to the
Pittsburg Tt leyra/il) of M unity says;
Washington, February IJ. —lt was
a novel sight yesterday to the oldest
inhabitant to i-ee water craft plying
up and down Pennsylvania avenue, and
people being conveyed from place to
place in skiffs ami row boats. The
force of waters from above caused a
gorge in the Potomac which lodged
against the Long Bridge ami occasioned
the flooding of large portions of Wash
ington and Georgetown. Much loss
was caused by th. inundation, and the
parlor floors of many houses upon the
lowlands were submerged and tin- car
|»ets and turniture damaged and de
stroyed. The botanical garden wus
one immense sheet ol water, and Penn
sylvania avenue was covered with
water for about half its lenrth. The
improvised means of transportation in
floats gave the thoroughfare the ap
pearance of a street in Venice, "(Jiti
of the Sea." The street cars and busses
continued to run through theoverllowed
streets where it was ai at all possible
lo get along, and in many natauces
passengers were COIII.M lied to ride
kneeling on the seats.
j A Ain i'«r day at lu iuo H*iU|ii»->- worth
i fortlaudf ol am*. dwxMy
«?t* il'ce ita.l JI i|»PJ-
It vnu wiil -top all your extravagant i
and wrong notions in doctoring yourself
ami families with <'X|MMisive doctors or
huinlnu cure-alls, that ilo harm always,
and u.-<- ouly uitufc's simple remedies
f irall your a !:in*at:—you will be wise,
well andhap;iy. :nl - ive ureal exjiense.
The greatest retm. ly for this, the great,
wire and good wiil lell you. is llop
Hitlers—rely on it. See another col
I fr'uui<»ll •>*
Don.t make the mistake or confound
ing a remedy of nckn .wledged merit
w.th the numerous quark medicines
thai are now so common We speak
from eXjierseucu when we say that Par
ker's (J nger r'>.,ic is a sterling health
restorative and will do all that is claim
ed tor it. We have used it ourselves
wth the happiest results for Rheuma
tism and when worn out by overwork.
See adv — Time*.
Mercantile Apprises List fir Uol.
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H\ Mi 111 in A Son 11 A It KI lodes 14
Harper A liibson 14 It J Me.Vllehapl... .14
It M Harper 13 |<>>nway A liread-
X\t Hoover II <"• 13
wivt'iKi.i) TP. Jas PryorACo 14
SJ Wlilted 14 Mis Susan Kelly. 14
OFKaU 14 KAIiNSCITV Holt
(• H \J ive ... 13 '* Urown 14
It A \ Kr«os« ....12 lohn W er»h II
I .ewls W«idhaH... 14 A J 11r;«• I I
K ('• I ,llit hold 14 •' Itosenborg 14
WOKTH TP. K Marks 14
N Hardner A Son 13 W II Scott. 14
Bt''ri.Kit iiouot on 'l* It Hurkw 14
11. c. Heiiieiiian .. 13 J II H .reland 14
Mrs. M. It.H-ken- V A West 14
stein 14 J A ttich«y, 4 l.il-
Herj; A Cypher.... 11 liard tables.
M Keilier. Sr . 13 V.. I.i i.NOIM.k noit.
Jackson A Mitch- ( 'S P.issavaut II
~|l 14 H Miller 14
< ieorge Rollier 14 SuniiiierA Mi He
ll. J Kllng er 14 man ... Vi
Mrs I'., itoefainu . 13 (ieorgeSnyder 14
S. I». Purvis ACo 12 » Siller. 14
J Niggel A Hr 0.... 13 <»eo H Hastian 11
Miller Hros A C 0..14 l'« Kline 14
(i Wilwon MlllerA John Hlum 14
Hros in John l>iiidiiij;er...!3
J. C. Itediek 13 Kdu in Zehncr ...II
Heck A ratteisoii.li) II I'm.linger 14
C. Dully Hi 'A Winter 14
S. M. MIVK,
M fremiti /<• A/ipraiter.
Any merchant who may lie omitted in
the above list, as furnished by the Mer
cantile Appraiser, will take notice and
apply within 30 day* from date of oom
meiiciiitf business,' t<> Count v Treasurer,
w ho will grunt or issue hii.-Ii a license ae
eording to amount of sales. II otherwise
liealee'eil over 'ttl days, there Is 20 per
eeut added and liable to u penalty if re
turned ami proseoutod by ths Coinmon
wealtii of Pennsylvania. Wholesale li
censes are due the Coinmonwealth on
June Isf, 1881, and must be paid to the
Treasurer on or before July Ist, IsHI, un
less altered or revised lit tin - appeal, A Jirll
Hi h, issi, i.l w hieb time only can any re
vision b<< unu'e.
iW. A« L. OKAKi/ ifrutt*
FErfItUARY Ist, 1881.
L1D123, PLSA33 C4LL—IT WILL PiY YOU.
Snplus Stock Must ba Thmnrd Out in D p\r l nicat.
Even at Ha f Their Cost!
WE MENTION A FEW OF THE ATTRACTIVE BARBAIHS!
Our entire stock Fiin' Fancy Mixed ltrooade Silks
and Saiins. offered at *1 a yard.
Small lot Pearl Colored Silks, slijilitiy damaged,
a; 25 cents.
Very large lot Black . ml White Stripe ai.d Fancy
Summer Silk*. :.t aT'i, V. and 50C.
Smali I<>t Heavy tiros Oriin Salmon Colored Silks
at 65c. worth Sl.-Js—clean. perfect goods.
One lot Black IVki i Stripes at tin cents—nice
quality -value, il a yard.
Monday Murnins. at 9 O'clock.
will lie olTtT>"l entile Stock line Rroeade Silk Vel
vets. at $1 -0 !•> former price. «•_> Mto SS. Those
first will secure the choice.
Fancy I*l aid :uid P.roeade circasv m Silks at " r .
cents, on counter not all silk, but an extra bar
Dress floods Itanain" fr>m 15c to «t 50 —too great
a variety of reductions t > enumer-.ite.
Gannensof all kinds closing out at a sacri(lee.
Some very tempi m : bargains in Fine Wraps still
remain and must be sold.
BOOGrS <te BUHL,
UK and 120 Federal Street, AllejVhenv.
X. b.— New V lilt- Goods. New Housekeeping Goods, lilankets. Flaunels, Hosiery ami Gloves, at
lie right prices. ...
FLOUR & FEED
SXO 35&.1132 ,
Jefferson St., Butler, Pa.
All the Flour made by the New Process and sold as law as per
sa< k, nnd uptoftl TH per sack. Also, Buckwheat Flour, Rye Flour, and
ho'ted and unbolted Corn Meal.
All kinds of Feed —Chop, Bran, Corn, Oats and all kinds of Mill freed.
All kinds of grain bought at Store «>r Mill, and Highest Cash l'rice I aid
Custom Work done at Mill by the New Process Machinery and grists
warranted to be equal in quantity and quality to those ground anywhere else.
( i <■oriro Keib>er, Br.
~ VECETABLE •
ff PAHS KILLER
Mc§l A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY
f' ' [/;■ \ For Intornrl ar.i Ei'.er.'.al Uce,
J' •v'-'v - - I- a SUIF CURE for a!! t's« Ll'.tzttt for whlth it is recommend# J,
/ \\ ;- i ALWAYS PERFECTLY SAFE In ths f.snrfs cf
/%,' .. ev.n th-j r.'-'.: I.:. <?crit.icod pincr.s.
f'/ '«■» l ~ • .-irnm-n V, \i': It i.) a r urc nad «i;lrk I esacdy f * COUOIIS, SOltK
• ' I -,*' l»' •?*" THJIO \T, C1111.1.S »•:—;-r ttouM«». :-ttr<r4» t««n nl> t
( i \ li I align.,,.! . f ii l I'UTH IKX A, Mlil U the •*.-«
[ , .* j ' Uiimwii r« UIT UllEi MATISM »a<i NEUKALUIA<
| i i 5 0v" M* M THE OLUIST, BE2T, AND MOST WIDELY KNOWN
Urg ft ton FAKiLY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD.
Ki ; V kl'-tiA n li..* hr.cn Uitrd villi wifli »» on«!« rOtl oiireeaa '»»"
N I L\N Wm V" if fr CitA.Hi'*, CI.OI.EKA, 111 Ali KlltllA.
! :ii \ E.& \\ -H\\ i'&ti ISYi::VI Lltv, «!»'! oil BOWK!, < OMPLAJNTH, that Uit
t-'H tib? l»-4 O'l ro*,id*r.H wrtf.* thtt Amw
fc 1 1 IS all o P HAS STOOD THE Tf.ST OF 40 YEARS' CONSTANT
| UH | J->J lit IN ALL COUNTRIES AND CLIMATES.
I?" i Sit- «r4'/l >? $$ It 3WmiIKM!KO t>y P!»Jfciclans, Mliwionorlr.,
r i -* iftv ). Itiniitcri ,IIanno«r« el lHnn«ntlOß?s Work-Shop*, and
p"" !■;H Li B'Mh Factories, Niirwi tn Hospital*—to short, by kTcryboi.y
Kj j ? \ every •.vhrro v;ho ha«« ever given It * trial.
B I M IT 13 WITHOUT A RIVAL AS A LINIMENT.
I' isT 11 fy. ffg -v aavsrj? ■sa-t« ssvsas:
821 M ' Br' Spt( r.~ R«rn«, Hrnldii, etc.
&iILB. \ *<» I V.111.V CAN HAI KU'm: WITHOUT IT. It wffl
K',\r~* Wv »W-U"r rive Uiany t'u.-» it" co«t tn (lorton.- tt» prto*
fe *. . ■■9 X it v'thtn Utn rt*.h rf til It In scJ-1 »t 2Se.ooe.aad tl.oo
a !•' »tHf, itr.il can bo nl>Utr.e<l frtm all dnund"^-
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Providence, R. I.
- ) —— 1
A PERFECT STRENCTHENER.A SURE REVIVER.
TIIOX RITTERS are highly woommended for all disease* re
qnirin" :i certain and efficient tonie ; esjK-cially Indijttlion, 1 >y*j>c}xui, ItUer
miltent 1-evert, Y.'urd of Appetite, lam o/ Strmylh, L'uk of etc. |-'irich,-s
tlie lilooil, Htrcngtliens the muscles, and gives new lil'c to the iierves. 1 ney
like a cliarm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such
as Tuition the Food, liclchini, Ileiit n» th« Stomach, ]lrnrt'nim, etc. JhO only
Iron Preparation that will not blacken tbo tcetli or srlve
headache. Hold by all druß'iista. Write for the AB C Look, J„ pp. of
tucful and amusing reading— fiU free.
liIIOWN CHEMICAL CO., Baltimore, Md.
Zi.S'Z 1 -OLDKN DAWN
or I.'Kill on the Or.'*! fuiilie in thin Li'e thro
the D»'ti Vat lev and in the l.tfa Kteru&l. ILLUS-
UtAIK • Heln r»st. I'aya over
Send for circular and terms. Also send midrib
•if iwrii or more liook agents and fen cents for
eost ol ma Inn;, and receive tl.e People's Maga
zine of tJioicc literalnra free for 0 month*. Ad-
T ,.„„ p W. ZIKOLEK A CO..
015 Arch Sireet, I'luladelpliia, Pa.
I). L ( Iceland,
(FOKMEULY OF HAKIUSVILLE)
WATCHES, CLOCKS, IEWELBY
8I K<TACI.r..S ,V VIOI IN STBINOS,
er fine Watch and C'l«H k repa rlnc A I-J eci
»,liiy All work warrented.
Store between Waller's DIIIK (itore and IJutl»r
Savin h liimk. Main street. Hurler. Pa.
.»ill i»' \ a aiiP'hftlf in a hn«-
in P»t•f»*»iirvrh. One who know- woinr
• lil»• «* fiirinhiir |»n*firr«'d An lion* »' insm
«% ft li »!»»• a» «»V" f.Miount «||| (it* well to Jidnn-M
» y l«*t|iT. .I'»KNH. r*»ir»- S. M 4«t» e*,
U& Libcny irtnitr i'ttwtWßtr, IV.
Previous to St K k taking, must br *oM. pairs,
choic** iles'sriH in Eoru and White. Kntirc stock
Hyntemati -al!v jroin* over ai»<l marked t.owu. <; iai
ities in tins offering commence at $2 uouortn w.
its theiv art- no inferior grades.
Extra large fin** Curtains at $5 00, often sold at
* lo nj\ir.
sr.' .VntUiue Curtains reduced to ■*' v Any house
keeper or prosnective one. will find real narealns
in those fw>N. at mnv once or^tv'.e.
Nrw (rfr.-rlnu-i that are special—One crise ourc
fineCachemire Black Silk- ai «t. the Inst so.d any
where :it l Ills i>nc»».
Several Unrc lot - Black Silks.; ist received.pur
chased for m»" cash duriinc tile dull seaso.i. at
-• ] <i s l 7."i and <>', :>n<l up to 00 per \ aru,
that are much !e-- tha*. due.
New Bron/.? Silk Hushes.
New Seal Brown Si;k Plushes.
Nev, n.irnet sj;k IMi.shes.
Now Navy Silk Plu-he-.
New Black S:!k Plaslie-.
3.000 PIECES HAMBURGS,
Our fo :.1h importation order tills -rason.Jurt
opened. lArgest, choicest and cheapest offering
in tiiti line now on - «l«». Most careful retail, as
well as closest cash wholesale buyers' attention
How Lost, How Restored !
•IUHI I'unli-H'-'l. " ii** edition of L)r Cillrei
wellV C« Irliriili d F-i-av on the ractual curt o
>|» rmiilori |i<f I or M-nilmil VVetkli.vol
11111:>ry Seminal llll|>Olleney, Meoluliin"
t'liynicnl Ineni aelt v, Inipedljnento l<» Marrl.iife.
etc.; al*o, Con»timi>uoii. Kpilc;>i-v mid Kilr
led need by nelf-lndiilirenee <>r *cxu«l extrava
Tin- celebrated nulhor. In •bin .idrrlrnlde
K-wiy, dearly dfiumntiriiii x Imm a thirty jreao
mircixKlul | Turtle*, Unit the n'nMiilujg l'"liW'
<|iienet-» of B«-li-.ii ii-'* III»\ IT rmilrully cured ;
|>olntlnjr out n NW«L« »L rnre A' MIHT ultnple
mid rlteelual, l»y uirniiK oi which cverr rtiflcrrr.
no manor wlint liii* coi>dlllon may •»'. niny cur
liimu lf cheaply. J>l ivtii'-lv und rm/imlh/
ify Tlilw Lecture Minn Id Ins In the lmnd» of
ov ry youth nnd every man in the li»nd.
cent" under Heal, In a plain envelope, to «U)
nddrenH, post-paid, on levt lpto of «ii cent* or
two pot>t"(re otnriip*
Aildren* I lie Pub
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 ANN ST., NKW YOKK, N. T.;
ft-1 ill.) y Pa*t Office Bo*,
.Justice of the Peace,
Main Ktreet, 01 | o tie l'o*n>mee,
jlvIR ZEI.I RNOPI.E, PA.
Jrigf ch/trawid/v ft/r ctiv Umvnr.
V a I'd.
r. L. PURVIS. 1.. O. FUKV
S. 6. Purvis & Co.,
W\WUrACTIIFHP AND DEALERS 19
Rough and Plansd Lumber
Or BVEKY DESCRIPTION,
Brackels, Gauged Co : nice Eoiit;
Newell Posts and Balusters
FFNCF. PALINGS, Ac., Ac ,
Mum Hoard*; Plastering Lath; Hen
lock Bill St nil', euoh as Joist Raf
tem, Sc&Dliing. Ac., all sizes
constantly on band.
Yll of which we will sell on
reasonable terms and guar
PLANING MILL AND YARD
War tJeruoHn Catbollc i'burek
K. <jt It 1 tIJ H,
DEALEK IN FOTE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, &C.
ENGRAVING CF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY.
MAIN STREET, (North of Lowry House,) BUTLER, PA.
rSr-WATi'HK* AND CLOCKS KKPAfRED. AND WARRANTED
«»J IIIIOIIA of the Publle*
The Pari* uto ei-llitiK well. Have neveral old
•hroni' - r*rOM of Kidney trouble mtin# thera. aod
her report *n imprnrcmMit and think much of
lu-ru. A. L. BOH BOCK <t CO., I)ru#gi<)ta.
Totlr Pad lino dune me mnrn good than any
teroetfy I c»er fined. JAB. B. CALLAWAY.
MT. CLF.MF.NB MICH.
Ynor Pad hH cured rae of Pain in the B»>-'
.nl Kidney Troubier. M. J. IIOUGH.
MY KIDNEY PAtt CO..
SOLE PRO! BIETOKS,
"OI«FDO, - - - OHIO.
.1 C. PEDH K Ajjent (IT Butler **o.
* Tii?stl Eii( Lnn-.
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<ll i r..»!».»•'
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.r ". -< 1,1 I 1 .♦:»• -»1 i t<» p.«* .<•:!*.« «»
.»• • vt-ry
itii . !> lr mi •ta* * if remit. >. It
:• o . .. t it t«, 1 :uoi
.•it lull l-li/. t. t'lfl RYII> •<>
It. O.' . , V • , ( • «> - .; p. and •"<»
li'lll '.I offn -s (It I - Oni.lt*«\ I'l'.f
i:i\l ar- * and niu't'tiide* a:-.- an
.ill \ |«r"» •: .Ml (ram » ■ i « UltM h* M»
nrh .ml :a * rift ;• i rtold t*» Ke»v
ha ml i.. »- - ■ ll> i i ■ t iir ill.- pro
. 'l'l l i hi * II .1 A"-» ''a-* I.'
• iiiioi 'ii ■ - iv . il t oiiriitip o.'
i !<• 1* tin •>; n>-r r-i. '.t. «rii a . i.t
-fMllitlß. .intl Jie.jWn:
l.on in f- it:.- ■lllll.'i ll1i'ilt» to 'fV • 'HI' 1
i.- many mi it iiu m, or t iti>». IIM>I»;
•id un-fffi-tive inyred.nnt*. noiv offered
lii< 11. »* tin v contain no in iitivr |.iati:ie»
in aftor'l only U'ili'to.a:'> i>:i:»*f. and ar
•IIr«- todrreive .iinl dnao;> >;;tl tin- p.tt:ru".
•ihi'NX'h ol tin' throat uiiil i.i.tja deni.imt
• -rive ami I'JIIM tut-»: .mil it ii dati
■ t'oii4 •• x|•«-rmit• 111 itijr wit it unknown .m J
neap unilit in> s, front tii* jfivaf liability tlia
m-si* ilisra-' t may. while »<> trifled with
■fcotne ilerjilv H-aii-il or u tir>il>.e. I'w
win* CiiKitin I'KcroisAt., and ;oi mat
•mti'lfiitiy th«- !»••»? r»-» ilt.« It fa> ►
<tHii'l.ir>l rtiedi- t! preparat.o:i. of kno-vnaiid
ii know ledtp-ii rnrttive po.'.et. ami !.•> a
in-ap «•« itn i arelisl |>t«-pa: a?ion and rtn»
ii'_Ti''ln'tii.H «111 allov. i i:i ti»-n» j»!»v-.i- ui»
mm its • ii:>ipo!«i! II u i>.***> i :hi» It In titfit
lartii e The ti-xT oi In t a renltil". lia
rcivi'ii It.- nitsnlttle ■•ertaint > toerrc ail |»nl
tn n iiy i i'tiipl.rtiK not Ii ely IM*; on I tu»
•■a l> ul hinnaii it'll
Piepared by D- J C Ayer &. Co.,
I'liietlial nml Aiialj-tlml Chraildt,
HM.U BY ALL blltaCtoTll EM.ItV «ru tUf
Procured for all roMier* diKahlcd lu tl.a U. B.
■erTico from any catire, »lao for heiry of
ed Milditir*. Tho rlisb'net di>-abihM> eniitlea to
ptuaioo* PENKIONH INCHKAHF.I). Poitnlv
and new di"ob«rnee ptoottre<l. Thou la doubt
I an to whether ni>titlid to anythinf, ahouM aeud
| two 3-cent ftan.| rfi.r our "circu;»r of uilorina
lltm." Ad lrcn wnli et»ni|i- HTODI>AKT .V Co..
t*oh*4'o-e of Cnn r and Palftilh. liouni H, Bt
l uuJi i* rmkm
I.bl <»l € olI«-(*i4i> * Tor ISSI.
7Te '"mint) ron.inKM< n> r ] a\e made tfcc fol
> wlnn p|.omti.n i.t> of f. tlenor* for the dllter
.. .o lnjo ;tiiil ! i for ;lie yew IWI :
Attain township—T. It liv.n.
AI . siietyr—
lv.il ►"!— Jom C rNvti !1
BiUm..—William Ki> ni.iif-
t • i.n-id- J. H. ( :.li pt»ll.
<'Union .T;|v. Kiddie «>f 1;).
Cei t*»-\Y. 11. McCaudlcss.
i ..... i.—... ;... i tt.
»\>i:o i s-.i . (,i Metier.
I t «i.t eir> —Jno IX'i.ley.
Forward-R. A. White,
t rti.k.iii—.li.i. Si i ; ir.
Jaek.MJU—t:. K. Wilson.
. I." . V. ii.Ott.
1 -i!<._« er- Jos. (ianinm
Mudrtji reek—Samuel Jnn< g.
Mm, J.oj.aii (oi Lt.
.. John PulTy.
Parker- 1.. L. laulcnspeok.
Sun.niit- hotter) Clllelant'.
Slipi > r>ri-ek—S. F. «h: n< ler.
Venango- 1 . F. Murrn.
V i..- 1- iH-iiezcr * taristie.
\\ infield —W. I*. Denny.
Wurth— Win. MrPridr.
Fuller hnroiiKii- K. (' MeAboy.
Prospect—Wm. .Mar; in.
Ji.ijii ( tj
llarit i i y—.!<*. C.tov
sani'i 1 enntman.
f «c v i' 8 one ■*.
S. F. Met EA MOMW, Clerk.
' • r -' i . t, .-tj.
Battle Creek, Michigan,
MAinmcTU&K&a of thx okly oxirrnrs
Traction and Plain Engine*
Mo«t Couplets Threaher Tmttmrr | Established
la Uie World. $ 1848
A o VEADC o/continuout and tuoe—i/ul butl.
J i ICAn9«n. without ch&rn of paxue,
tJ M- management, or location, t» "loe* up" tX*
broad tcamir.ly jimi on all our good«.
STK AM - POWKR SEPARATORS and
Complete Hteam U«tflt»o/ matrAirujualtti—.
nw Trnet lon En sines and Plain Enarlnea
fver seen in tb« American market.
A multUu<l* of Bps. aI feat*r<* and improvement*
for 1881. tdrcthor With #vp*ru>r i»alitie» *n conMru* w
tirm and not dreamed of bv other inakcxa.
Four tizw of boparatorw. frcm 0 to 12 horse
oa racity, for a'trm or hor»* vo*emr.
l\vo ntylo« »f M Moante<l" H^rno-PowerjL
HAA Hclfftri Liaber
iVVV»vUU (/rom <Arf#loHx^ar»«r^rt«o
on han<i, fn>m which ta built tha in-
wood-work of our machlLary
■virimaMt, dm able, and eficitnt turn W/
xcd* 8. lU, 13 Bsrse Power. ■/
Farmrrs nnd iro tC
Anatuit: lii.* "i - rhi,r? Thror-UliiK Machinery.
UircuUiH w lit tne. A(l.irc««
NICHOLS, SHEPARD A CO.
Hattle Creek. Mtoti
» » u .iimnux'h i >'» w 9 n,
J Prontable heading tor Everybody:
, Rusinesft men and women, teacher*, mechanic* '
■farmer*, mini»(en, mother*, and all who ara fired
|out by the constant toil and worry of your workh
don't d.-ink intoxicating bitters, but u»e '
I Are you suilenug ircui Kheuin: *
tism, or wilh bowel, Kidney, Liver oiJ
Urinary complaints, you can be cured by using 4
If you are wasting away with t onsumption,
male weakness or any sickneNs>; if you have . pain-'
ful cough or b >d cold, v »u will find sure relief in |
i j.i ni: in <.a to; n*
If are enfeeoled by QMo>e. old age or di*-,
sjpation, and your system needs invigorating, on
[if you have piinplrs and blotches, and your blood]
.ncedv purifying, vrti ca\t% r>n ,
icicfrom Qinger, Bu hu. Manrrake, Btiilinr>ia
and many other o t l ie best medicines known it >*
[.he Best Health and SlrenqlH Restorer Ever
I'Jsed, and U far vuperi«»r to fritters, V.ssenccs of
>< and other Tonics, a* it never intoxicate*,.
'.»n J combine* the b-n ciirntive properties of all.
| It llaa Snrtd Nnndr»*«Js of Lives; It May '
Puy a bottle of your drupci*t. and to avoid
y-ounterfeits be sure our signature is on the out-]
aide wn»p|>er. Hiscox A C , Chemists, N. V.
Parker's Hair Balsam.
Th« But A Moat Economical Hair Pra*«lß«
Containing ouly ingredi«nt» thflt are beneficial
to the hair <nd K-alp, the B.MMM will be fouod
far more Mti&factnry than any other preparation.
It Vfvar Fall* to Eentore Gray or Fade 4 Hair
to thalinginal youthful c< lor anJ is warranted to
tvmo%ed mill ufl, prevent baldneaa and stop tailing
at ihe hair. Sua by aruftuU at jo itmu.
TUC fiRPAT Aoon»fwia4efthaaatlveprme*!♦'«••••
L- • - mmL Ka<-alvntitt. g>r-srar«Ma. M^udra*®.
K\/i«K7 I>anleli<»n, Ki-iner-Wort H-ichu,
8 W tw U% n»l'». ka., whi. h KU |r«tnpt!y on
m M . . the Liver, Ki<in-v« Hlood, b
1/iriML. V kit'l BONIII aldr «vK«tlm«. These
m ! i 111 !" ■ are » > in'nnstelv conno ted
|\ lUIIL I th.kt «li*n one t« diM»«<H. th**% all
heoome m->rn rlm afTectM. !!• ore
r% the frrat value and •«renoritr U
li a (1(1 II tha compound, wmch reeujrra them
By %J %M all w> heeiiu* acUAn. aod M a taaia,
V* f-iTUr*l7«T*\V bu'Mi up the entire rr«t«m. It to
Pi IYI ail\j X aie«* a inuet VAlnei.le remrHy for Ntad
l>t»*aaee. N:r .fuloo» ami
•Hie affeet/eas. eld sores aad alcers. Pl««n*Dt to take. Trial
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WEST OK I.OWBY HOUSE, BUTLER, PA.
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above Stable, tbu public are ivpect
ful'y invitfd to call.
The beet Horses. Carriages. Bug.
fries, Ac. k< |»t constantly for hire.
Open all hours, <lay and ni^ht.
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nor'J4:Bm Bl TLfciK, PA.
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P» ,i» for sa f. P<HM-e*ion ou flr»t of April Mrt.
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