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PORTER & DONALDSON,:
WHOLESALE MILLINERY >
Have Removed to <
*2BO, 282 and 264 Liberty Pa.
ger. Elevator Entrance. 261.
'gU'SSTiion given t« Pattern nS?fecJ."" ** °'
Hoop Skirts, CorwU, Onipee and Ladle* Neck Wear, BPKCIA.LTIES.
PAKTICVLAS. ATTBNTION PAID TO ORDERS.
IAHGEST STOCK, LATEST STYLES. LOWEST PRICE..
1092 OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE OF 1882.
JAMES SHIDLE & SON,
59 SMITHFTILD STREET, PITTHBUBGII, PENN'A.
GETEK O. SHIDLE.
Art Paper Hangings, Smbossed Bronzes, Dadoes, &c.
~ O RE.
■A COMPLETE LINE OF
Freight paid on all bills over $25.'
BUTWEEN DEPOT TD BRIDGE.
BTS W. S. WELTY,
JoH! EKS AMI lIEALEBS IS
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER,
OILCLOTHS, MATTINGS, WIMDOW SHADES, &c.
The oldeßt, largest and most complete House in the Trade in the City.
mls,£moß. 115 and 117 Federal St > Allegheny City, I'a.
MM=a —— _——j— —— —-— '■ - -
EAGLE PLANING MILLS,
Cor. Robinson and Anderson St., - ALLEGHENY CITY.
>l. SIMON, Apent.
PLANINCS MILL, SASH, DOOIL ASI) SHUTTER FACTORY,
Flooring Board*, Weathei boarding, Planed Boards, Hash, Mouldings, Shingles,
Lotb and all kinds ol Uuildiug Lumber.
«V A hfecwl redaction for <wh orders Bend lor price li»t. All work delivered to railroad*,
HeauXoaio, Ac., liec of ch*fge. Cotuuiunlcfctloim solicited. u "
Manufacturer of Tin and Sheet Iron Ware and dealer in Sloven, Ranges, i'reused, Japanned
and Enameled Ware, Granite Ware, Wooden Ware, Bird Cages, and general housekeeping
goxlo. Roofing, Spouting and Repairing done on short notice and at lowest market rates. Ihe
only authorized agent for the s lie of A. Bradley & ("o.'s well known Stove* and Ranges, anil the
only place to get the origin il and genuine odd plates for their slovcs, made expresslv by them
for nira. Beware of sham plates being sold in Butler, made of old and inferior metal, none gen
nine bat from the Agent, CHRIS. STOCK,
jane 8, 'Bl. Near Wick and Schreiber Houses, Main street, Butler, Pa.
PERRY DAVIS' "
A Never-Palling Onre for Bnriw, Sealds, Brnbcs, CutH, SorcH, etc.
After forty years of trial, Perby Davis* Pain Killku stands unrivaled. Il
in safe! It acts immediately! It never fails!
Editor of the St. John (N. B.) Mows, Bays:
In flesh wounda, uchoe, pains, sores, etc.,
It to the numt efixtiial remedy wo know of.
No family should fx: without H bottle 01 It
for a single hour. I
From the Cincinnati Dispatch:
We have «en Its niugic effects, and ktunn
It to be a K«KXI article.
From 1.8. Potter. U. 8. Consul at Crefeld,
Alter lon# years of us", I nrn satisfied It
Is positively efficient as a hi allng remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
PBKRY DAVIS' I'AIN KII.LKU is not a new nntrted remedy. Kor forty years It has been In
constant use; and thew: who have used It the longest are Us best, friends.
Its success Is entirely because of Its merit. Every family should have a bottle ready for
use. Much pain and heavy doctors' bills may often be saved by prompt application of lho
PAIM KILLER. Unlike most medicines, it Is perfectly safe even In the hands or a child. Try it
once thoroughly, and It will prove lt.i value. Your dmirctst has It at n >c., noc., and Hl.oo
per bottle. PERRY DAVIS A. SON, Proprietors, Providence, R. I.
M. C. RQCKENSTEIN.
TREMONT COOK STOVES
AND RANG EH.
ALSO, AGENT FOR CRYSTAL PALACE STOVES AND REPAIRS FOR SAME.
Bird Cages, Tinware. Wood and Willow Ware, Enameled ami Granite Ware, Sewer l'ipe, Fire
Clay Stove Pipe, Grate Tile, Fire llriok and ( lav.
Roofing, S]>outiug and Heavy Nheet-iron work done at idiort notice below market prices fur
I am alito having manufactured to my order, nice clean and smooth odd Plates to lit Bradley'i
Stove*, which I sell at six cents per pound, ami I will guarantee fhem lo last longer anil give
better natinluctiou than the jo-called original and genuine plates sold by another party at ten
eonU per pound. Give me a call and be convinced.
IVI. C. ROCKENHTEIN,
junels:ly Maia Street, ffutler, Pa.
W. W. Sharper, Valdotsta, Ga., says:
It to u panacea lor all onilivti una burn*.
I Fromß-W. Adams, Saco,Me.:
11. gave me Immediate relief.
*. Lewis says:
In forty years' use It never has fall< d inc.
W. W. turn, Nlcholvllle, N. Y., says:
I use your I'AIN KILLER frequently, it
reUercn pain and soreness, and lieuU wounds
3. W. Dee says:
For scalds and burns it has no equal.
%k* $ML*r s $«.» SlpeU 1882
Death ol a Noted !»iilll»in»l«*e. ;
Jchn BenninghofF, famous for his,
wealth—more for that which was tor- ;
ciblv taken away from him than for ,
that which was left—died at his home i
in Greenville. Thursday morning, aged
eighty one years, of pneumonia. This
event will bring to mind the then
greatest event in the annals 01 burgla
ry 4 the Benningboff robbery'of fifteen;
ve'ars ago, which was committed in
the oil regions, where the deceased j
then resided with his fa raily, on the
farm that flowed wealth into his pocket j
faster than be could take care of it, and
of about $200,000 of which the bold |
road agents relieved him. The news- ]
paper student will recall the tactics of i
the robbers, how they surrounded the ,
house, then entered, paged the old man
and other members of the family pi es- j
ent, and preceded at their leisure to go
through his strong box, making the
I immense haul above indicated. Ihe
intruders got away with their plunder,
and as far as its history is known,
lived to enjoy it. A large portion of it
is now doing service on the Western
plains tn the cattle business. After
tbe robberv Mr. Benninghoff came j
here with bis family to live, and has ,
been a useful citizen, especially to
those in need of money.
Privately he was a quiet, inoffen
sive citizen, working ever about his
farm in tbe west side of the town as
industriously as when he was a poor
man. To have seen him on bis farm
or on the streets one would never have
picked him out as a milionaire, for it
is understood that he died worth half a
million, notwithstanding the hole
which his unceremonious callers made
in his fortune. — Mercer Republican.
litems of Tli»ugl»t.
When my reason is afloat, my faith
cannot long remain in suspense, and I
believe in God as firmly as in any
other truth whatever; in short a thou
sand motives draw me to the consola
tory side, and add the weight of hope
to the equilibrium of reason.—Rous
'Tis no use of bewailing,
Our want of success;
And all unavailing
Are tears of distress.
The sc.iif that is cheerful
Will struggle through all;
But the heart that Is foarful
Is fated to fall.
Kind words produce thei:' own image
in men's souls, and .a beautiful image
it is. They soothe and comfort the
hearer. Thcv shame him out of bis
unkind feelings. We have not yet be
gun to use them in such abundance as
they ought to be used.
Poverty is uncomfortable, as 1 can
testily ; but nine times out of ten the
I jest thiug that can happen to a young
mau is to be tossed overboard and com
pelled to sink <.k fci'A'ir;} for himself In
all my acquaintance 1 fcijpw a
mau to be drowned who was worth
tbe saving.— James A. Garfield.
On oce&nilGUfc of grcut griof it always
appears as if tiuio stood still All
things appear to stand still, or slowly
and painfully to roll on, in dark circles;
but it is not so. Hours and days go
on in an interminable chain; 'hey rise
and sink like the waves of the seu, und
carrv along with them the vessel of
our "life; carry it from the island of
joy, it is true, but carry it also away
from the rocky shores of grief.—Fred
Not a (lower
But shows some touch, in freckle, streak, or
Of His unrivalled pencil. He inspires
Their balmy odors, and imparts their hues,
Auii halhps their eyes with nector, and in
In grains as counties* as (tie seiuide SJH)qs,
The forms with which lie sprinkle* all the
Happy who walks with Him ! whom, what
Of flavor or of scent in fruit or flower,
Or what he views of beautiful or grand
In nature from the oroad majestic oak
To the green blade that twinkles in the
Prompts with remembriuet of ! J present
ExtractM from llie
vaiila (jiame I-awn.
No person shall kill or pursue any
wild deer save only between the Ist of
October and the Hist of December of
any year, under penalty of sf>o.
No person shall, at any time, kill
anv fawn, when in its spotted coat, or
have the fresh skin of such fawn in his
possession, under penalty of SSO. Dogs
pursuing deer or fawn may be killed by
any person, and the owner of such dog
shall be liable to a penalty of $lO for
each deer killed by such dog, except in
Centre, Clinton, Fayette, Lycoming
Schuylkill, Union aud Wyoming coun
No person shall kill, or have la pos
session after being killed, any gray,
black or fox squirrel between January
1 and September I—penalty, sf> for
each squirrel ; hare or rabbit, between
January 1 and November I—penalty,
$5 foreach rabbit; wild turkey, between
January I and October l. r >—penalty,
>lO for each plover; woodcock, be
tween January 1 and Julv 4—penalty,
$lO for each woodcock; quail or par
tridge, between January I and Octo
ber lf>—penally, $lO for each quail;
milled grouse or pheasant, between
January 1 and October I—penalty,
$lO for each pheasant.
No person shall, at any time, kill or
take any wild turkey, grouse or pheas
ant, quail or partridge, or woodcock,
by means of any blind, torchlight,
trap snare, net or device whatever,
under penalty of $lO for each bird.
No person shall hunt or permit the
hunting of hares or rabbits with ferrets,
under penalty of $lO for eech rabbit
caught or killed by such means.
It is illegal to kill, trap, or expose
for sule, or have in possession after be
ing killed, any night-hawk, whippor
will, sparrow, thrush, lurk, (inch, mar
tin, swallow, woodpecker, flicker, robin,
oriole, red-bird, cedar bird, cat-bird,
blue-bird, under penalty of $5 for each
No pcrsop shall rob or destroy the
egg# or nests of any wild birds what
soever (only prudatflry birds, such as
are destructive of game or insectivorous
birds), under penalty of $lO.
No person shalf catch, kill or disturb
wild pigeons while on nesting grounds,
under penalty of sf>o. No person not
a citizen of Pennsylvania may trap or
net wild pigeons in any county, unless
he shal have first taken out a license
from the treasurer of the said county,
and paid therefor the sum of SSO, for
the use of the county.
No person sha'l hunt pheasants
during the night-time, in any manner
whatever, under penalty of $lO f>»r each
[Mt. Clemens, (Mich.) True Beoord.J
W. T. Lee, Esq., of this paper says:
Being convinced of the efficacy of St.
Jacobs Oil in curing rheumatism, I
have no hesitancy in recommending it.
Pernna will make your blood pure and
A Dresden maker has made a watch
out of paper. It can't keep better time
than a thirty-days' note.
"I>r. Lindsey's Blood Searcher' cured
my son of erysipelas." Mrs. E.
Smellzer, Larimer, Pa. It cures all
That's right; take down your store
aud put on your thin flannels this
nunth. Give "the poor undertaker a
Why suffer sleepless nights, with a
distressing cough, while a quarter of a
dollar invested in "Sellers Cough
Svrup"' will give instant relief.
The man who is curious to know
ho .v the world could get along without
bini, can find out by sticking his Snger
' into a river, then withdrawing it and
| looking for the hole.
Once it i 9 known that Peruna cures
disease and prevents its return, it \\ ill
be neglect of duty to be without it.
Thefore keep a bottle in your cupboard.
'Mules kick because of combined
ignorance and viciousness,' says a
Boston payer Yes, viciousness on
the part of the mules, and ignorance on
the part of the person who gets behind
The eminent physician, J. Marion
Sims, M. D., New York: I am con
vinced that Prof. Darby's Prophylactic
Fluid is a most valuable disinfectant.'
We are sure our motive will be ap
preciated by a grateful public in calling
attention to the fact that a Canadian
speculator is paying from }0 to 40
cents for cat skins, which he says are
to be cured and manufactured in the
same manner as fox, mink and other
For smallpox and other contagious
diseases use Darbys Prophylactic
Fluid. Persons waiting on the sick
should use it freely. It will prevent
smallpox, scarlet fever, diphtheria or
any other contagious disease from
spreading, and tbe worst cases will
yield to its purifying and cleansing ef
A most atrocious custom is the
newly introduced 'powder and paint'
party, to which young ladies are spe
fially asked to come with their hair
powuored ftG'4 cheaks painted, but in
modern dress. 'Patches' are, of course,
in order with powder and paint. And
yet we make fun of Oscar Wilde.
Mrs. Kimball, of Chicago, has final
ly discovered the chief cause of the
evil of intemperance—'poor bread and
poor house-keeping.' Now, if the
young lady about to wed doesn't un
derstand the secret of making bread
; and keeping house, she may anticipate
The Frenchman says the hog is the
kyjy animal that will be 'dosed un
grudgingly u-jth alcohol.' Perhaps
he's right. There are men, to be sure,
who love to be 'dosed ungrudgingly'
with the same beverage, but their
wives generally refer to them as the
kind of animal named by the French
A poet writes from ludiana to say
that, after u heavy storm out there, he
broke his back shoveling through a
ten-foot snow bank. Thus the uni
versally condemned snow has proved
itself to possess a salient virtue, aj
well as to make us happy in knowing
thP r P ' s something that can ef
fectually settle a
Noah Webster wr.9 a celebrated
uutbor. He was a quick and ready
writer, and in one of his inspired mo
ments he dashed off a dictionary. He
took it to several publishers, but they
shied at it, saying the stylii was dull,
turgid, dry, hard, and uninteresting,
and besides that he used too many big
words. But at last' Noah succeeded,
ami the immortal work is in daily use,
propping up babies at the dinner table.
.4 Work Pf Thrilling Interest,
2Vr:o York by Sunli'jhi (iit'i A work
descriji/irr of tl,r g/ rat Aviesicuh il'trapQlit.
/,*>/ Jamtt />. McC"be.
Messrs. Douglass Hroih-rs, of Philadelphia'
have juu published oue ol the most Interest
ing aud attractive books of the day, bearing the
above title. It is comprised In one large octavo
volumu ofMO pages ; Is Illustrated with over
j.f/0 fjlje, new engravings ou wood, of famous
localities, scenes at.d incidents ol lile in New-
York ;is clearly printed on |jne (?:>!>;,T, rnfl
elegantly and tastefully bound, 'ilw bqqjt is
Irom the pen of .li roes 1> McOabe, tbe well
known author, whose long residence in New
York, aud intimate knowledge ol the life and
ol that city have fully qualllled him to
nuke this, bis latest pioduetion, a brilliant aud
vivid piauru o( tjjc (Jreat Aiuerieau Metrop
The book Is as faclnatlug as a novel, and lully
attests the reality ol tbe oil-quoted snj ing that
"That truth in stiuugcr than Qctiou." The
author draws no faucy ski tell, but presents to
hU render* uti accurate picture drawn Irom real
lile. He Introduces us to all kinds ol people ;
the high and the low, tlu> good and the bad.
He p:esents to us ti.e w.irld ol fashion; lays
bare ihe follies aud frivolities ol Klfth avenue
and the Upper Ten, and by a change of scene
conducts us through the slums of Baxter street
and the Five ,I'oiuls, aud the c!ark dens ol
Water street. In the brilliant pages ol this re
in u kable book we are brought lace with every
phase ol New York life. Weare made acquaint
ed with the ways of the bulls and boars ot Wall
street ; the tiieks of the sharpers and swindlers
who nourish in the Metropolis; the terrible
lives of the lost sisterhood ; the devious devices
o> tbjeves, river pirates, gamblers, tramps and
udveiiturerg ; thp police and lire department,
detectives, pawnbrokers, politicians, merchants,
clergymen, actors aud aclretises, editors, public
men, and all of the various poplc who mike
u|> the most remarkable phase ol our eiviliza
t'oir The splendors and attractions ol the
great city arc glowingly described. Its marble
;> .laces, nre.it house* of trade, swill, rushing,
elevated ra Iroad I rain*, stately churches, grand
blruem, gorgeous thcatie, and terril'le J> r l -« JUS
appear before us as In life. And the dm Iter
wide of the city ; Its vile deus, low haunts, re
sorts of crime and vice, gaudy dance halls, and
lourpes ol temptation and danger, are sketched
with eijual l»uUtl y.
The work, covering so wido field, and
abounding in such senrp and staitling con
trasts, cannot fail to he deeply interesting to
all classes of readers, it full ol usefujand valu
able information, and abounds in eloquent
warnings against the dangers which are so al
luring to strangers. it Is, in short, New York
in miniature, and oilers to the readers an op
portunity ot obtaining a better acquaintance
with the great city than could lie gained by any
thing short of a long residence in it. ii is
writted Jrom on elevated rtandpoint, and is
pure in*tone while dealing willi the darkest
leatutus of city lile. We cordially eoiurnend it
to our readers as the best description of New
Yoik in print.
The low price at which the book Is Issued
brings it within I lie reach of all, and no one who
wants 10 know New York as it really exi-tls
should fail to buy It. It U sold by subscription
pujy, tnd offers agents a rare chance to make
niijm.y rupiijly. Bee advertisement la another
FurmcrN Look Here,
The undersigned is now taking or
ders for fruit trees for spring planting.
He represents one of the most reliable
nurseries in Rochester, N. Y. I'lease
send your orders in immediately,
ulfitf JOIIN BEIDERMAN.
Utxitl House ami 1.0 l lor Siilf,
Any person wanting to buy a first
class house of seven rooms, well fin
ished, good cellar, excellent well of
water, with pump, splendid stable,
large grapery, brick walks, all necessa
ry outbuildings, etc., located in Butler,
can hear of same by inquiring at this
GREAT OrERM DESTROYER
I. '"""g Pitting of SMALL
SMALL FOX I FOX Prevented.
ERADICATED. |^l-aT ! " ,nfleaa, ' ,lIK ' :i1 ;
| Gangrene prevented ana
I)v nil rv cured.
( onUigion destroyed. wVuihis lieaied rapidly.
Sick rooms purh-d and scum y eureu in >!iort
made pleasant. time.
Fevered a:»l Sick IVr- Tetter dried up.
sons relieved and re- | t perfectly harmless,
freshed by bathing p or s„ ri . Throat it is a
with Prophylactic Flu- sur( . euro.
Id added to thc^water.
secured liy Its i.>> 1 i
rll uii.&3 PREVENTED. 9
Fluid at out. 1 1
To purify the Itreatli.
Cleanse the Teetli, it .
can't be surpassed. < lm'.era dissipated.
C':ii;irrli relieved and Miip frever 1 re\euUdl>>
ntred *t s use.
Erysipelas cured. In cases of death in the
Burns relieved instantly, house. it should always
Scars |>r vented. '»• used about the
Removes all unpleasant corp .- it, wnl prevent
any unpleasant smell.
h Ail Antidote for Animal
■— —a——M "r \'es«-lahle Poisons,
SQPARI FT I l)au«eroiis ellluvias of
HOOan LL i ■ vifk rooms and lios-
H FEVER i pitaU jt'iuoved by its
I CURED.| v - owFkvkk
In fact It is the (Treat
Disinfectant and Purifier,
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Manu facturiiig Chemists, SOLE PROPRIETORS
In. h.downs' I
S Vegetable Balsamic r
This valuable medicine is purely vegetable:
discovery of uhich vas the result
HI many years' close study, in order to discorar
S|tho the symptoms, and the care—viz:^l
■ Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, H
B Croup, Asthma, F.ourisy, Hoarseness, ■
I Influenza, Spitting Blood, Bronchitis, ■
■ and every specleg of oppression of the Ch««t H
33aud Lungs. In all oa»u« where this Elixir has
SJ; been diily administered lis efficacy has boen
55 j nv'iHiil 1 y manifested, convincing the zaoet in
•g ereduluu. that
ui CONSUMPTION %
m. Ja not incurable, if properly attended to.— <•
Consumption, at its commencement, ia but
Z Blight irritation of the membrtiue whichcoron p
Langs; then an inflanialion, when the CM
* cough ia more observable, but rather dry; then X
O becomes local fever and the pulse more fro-
0 quent, the cheeks flushed andchdlsmorecom-
KSBrrnn. This Elixir in curing the above com-h|
H wa BO !UI to remove all morbid M
H Irritationsnr.<l lnflamattou from the
to the surface, and finally expel
from the system. 11 facilitates expectoration.
9 It heals the ulcerated surfaces 3gj
m und relievo# the cough and makes the breath-
Bi ii:c ca?y, It supports the strength and at the
SH.i.iioliuio wducpj the fever. It is free from
aiiu artlclej, which arc
dr\ing a nature as to
the patient; whereas thja medicine ■
never dries or stops the cough, but, by
Hiug thd PU'Sh, generally de.iroys the hectic ■
■ before the con-h is entirely *..ne. Cense- M
when the cough Ucured the
His well. Bend address for pamphlet
H full directions for cure of pulmonary diseases. ■
1 Price 33 eta, U3 and SI.OO per bottle. H
ft SOLO KVEUVW'IIEKK. N
BB IIEKET, JOIISSOS t LORD, Props., Garlinrttia.Tt. H
SbBS DOWNS' ELIXIRsHMI
MRS. LY0I& L PINKH&M, OF LYNN, MASS.,
g /or**S lb' f
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
In « I'osltlve Cure
for «)* t)io«e P.lnrul t'nmpluliit* »»<> We«kii»M»S
' FHCOIfllt-o* loonrliwil fenmle population.
It will run. rnttriiy inu worsf form ..f Fenmlo C»m
rlnluts, oJI orarlau troublon, lulliiinnia(l'>il (M'd b
tlon, Full IUK and Pisplacewenla, and Uw e>n«-.|uenl
Bplnal We*kneH«, and is particularly adsptod to tha
C'lianifo of Life.
It will and expel tumors from the uterus in
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there Is checked very sfssKllly by its us«.
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for Stimulants, and relieves weakness of the ►tomorh.
iiloatlng Mr ndnches, Nervous Prostration,
General I>cblUty, BleeWe«>MW. f>epre».lon and luill
Tlii»t frellnjr ef bearlntf down, ratiainfT p*ln.
aii<l harkarlic, is alwnyn i»ertiianrut!y cured by its usa.
It will at all time* ami under all circumstances art in
harmony with the laws that govern the female system,
for the enreof Kidney ComplahiU of oltber s«i thla
l»>muou»d Is unsurpusseiL
I.VIHA K. ri N K IIA *VFOF.TABLC COM-
I'Ol' N I> is prejsired at 233 and 235 Western Avenue.
I.ynn, Man. Price »1 Bli l.ottlesfor |t. Sent by mall
111 the form of pills, also In tho form of lotengrs, on
receipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pinkhain
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Bend for pamph
let. Address as above, ffrnttun Ihit J'aytr,
Jfo family should bo without J.YPtA E. piNKHAM'#
LIVKIt J'll-I-H. They euro eoustlpation, bUlousnsss,
and tori>idlty of tho liver. J5 cents per bo*.
tr Hold by nil l>ru««lsts. It*
Tho Best Known Remedy for
Oackaclio or Lamo Back.
Rheumatism or Luivio joint*.
Cramps or Sprains.
Nouraluia or Kidnov nisoaso*.
Lumbnuo, Sovoro Achos or Pains
Arr Huperlor lenll other i'loati ra.
Arc Superior to Puds.
Are Superior so l.lniinents.
Aro Superior to Ointment* or Hnl*ea.
Ar*superior loFlertrlcity orsalvaaiaaa
They Ant InnuodlAiely,
Thry St renal lieu.
They Relieve Tain at Once.
They Positively Cure.
Ma (ITIAII Benson'st'upclneToronsTlss-
I 1111 ! lira Icrs hnve been imitated. Do
uHU I lulls not allow your ilrngid't to
pi.hn off some other piaster having a similar
eoimdine name. Hee that the word is spelled
C-A-I* C-I-N K i'rico V> cts.
SEABURY A JOHNSON. _
Mnn'ilm turlng Cheiniste. Nr-w lork.
■MI Hl£~Hi..>l !-:■»% AT 3. AST. I'm e vac.
AMLAD'S Mudii-ated CORN and BUNION PU3TE«.
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Direct connections for all points in Kansas,
Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming. Montana, Ne
vada. few Mexico. Arizona, lilaho.Oregou and
Tito Shortest, Speediest and Most Comforts
bio Itoute via Hannibt.i to Fort Scott, Denison,
Dallas. Houston, Austin. Sun Antonio, Galves
ton and all points in Texas.
The uncqualed inducements offered by this
Line to Travelers and Tourists, arc as follows:
The celebrated Pullman (IC-wheel) Palace
Sleeping- Cars, run only on this l ine, C., 11. A
K. Palace Drawing-ltooni Cars, with Morton's
ccllninsr Chairs. No extra chnrge for Seats
in lloclining ('hairs. The famous C.. B. A Q.
Palace Dining Cars. Oorgeous Smoking Cars
fitted with Elegant High-Hacked llattau Ite
volvlng t hairs for the exclusive use of tlrst
Steel Track and Superior Equipment, com
bined with their Great Through Car Arrange
ment, makes this, above all others, the favorite
Route to the South, South-West, and the Fur
Try it, and you will find traveling a luxury
instead of a discomfort.
Through Tickets via this Celt brated I.ine
for sale at all offices In the United States and
All inKirtuation about Itatcs of Fare, SK
ing Car Accommodations, Timo Tables, £
Will be cheerfully given, and will send tri
any address an elegant Oiuntu Map ol I v
elatcs. in colors, by applying to
J. Q. A. BEAN, Gen's Eastern Agent.
306 Washington St . Boston. M
aqd 317 Broadway, New Yi
' T.J.PQTtm Gen. Manii*er. t'hiwu l
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
HAvS NO 9 )
LIFETI ME S=\<
\ . SURPASSESJ.O* OTHERS 7,
\ JofynsoigfarK&Gii y
y 30 UNION SQ.NEW YORK
'/ Chicago ILL.-e- \
MAWHINNEY & CHATFIELD,
28sep*)in 10i Sixth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
You can Laugh. Talk, Sing and Play Tunes
thruiiL'll It at a lo'ig distance. Children that can
feart figures can play tunes at once. The Tone Is
evtial to any Flute or Clarionet. No knowledge
of Music required to play it. To enable any one.
without the slightest knowledge of Instrumental
Music, to iH'rforin at once on the Instrument, we
have prepared a series of tunes embracing all the
popular Airs, printed in simple figures on cards to
feuit the Instrument at a convenient distance from
tlip mouth-piece, so that It can be easily read,and
by means pf wlilph, apy one. without the least
musical knowledge, can iterfnrm on this Instru
ment and play tunes at sight. Persons a little
familiar with airs can play hundreds of tunes
without any cards whatever. The Musical Tele
pnoic? Is more wonderful than the Speaking Tele
phone as it does all that will do besides Instructing
persons who do not understand notes to play
tuiius. "N. V- Sun." The Musical Telephone Is
recovered as one or the lyosl novel inventions of
the age. "N. Y. HKKAI.O." Price WHO. Price by
mall postage paid ami registered ®:t.oo. No Instru
ment sent by mall without being registered. Send
money l»v 1". O. order or registered letter.
SPECIAL NOTICE. The Musical Telephone
<'.'iu onlv be purchased <>l the manufacturers. The
EDISON MCSIC CO., 218 and 217 Walnut street,
Philadelphia, I'a., or through their several branch
houses throughout the Untied Stales.
Ift ONE -HOUR
YOU CAN PLAY ON TIIK
Piano, Onjan or Melodron, with
To any child who can read numbers from I to
100 it Is as plain us daylight. No teacher required.
All the popular limes. Millions of our pieces now
In use. Never falls to give satisfaction and amuse
ment. Complete instruction*, with seven pieces
of music sent hy mall for ONE DoLLAI!. Seipl
slump lor catalogue <if tones. To those who live
in the country away from teachers tliev are a
never-failing source of comjorl. Agents wanted.
For SI,OO we will mall voti "EI>ISO.\'H KI VIKW"
for one year and one of Edison's Musical Tele
phone's registered l»y mall. V lien ordering please
mention the paper you saw this advertisement in.
EDISON MUSIC CO.
215 A 217 AValuut Street,
I'll II.ADKI.I'IIIA, I'A.
IIKANCII OFFICES 'Mi West Baltimore St.,
Baltimore, Md., ;ms N.iith st., St. I.oms, Mo. 25Ki1l
avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.,.'l5 T Washington st., Boston.
Mass., s s. Queeu st., l.ancastcr, Pa., t'or. :Hh and
Walnut, Camden, N. ,1. liu'J
A<l ENTB WANTED. —A Kmc Chance to
make money rapidly, Felling our New Book,
New York by Sunlight and Gaslight,
Showing up the New York ol to day, with its
palaces, its crowded thorough lures, its rushing
elevated trains, its countless sights, its romance,
its mystery, its dark crimes ami terrible trage
dies, its charities, and In fact, every phage of
Ille in the great uity. Dont waste luue selling
slow books, but send for circulars giving lull
I ible ol contents, terms to agents, etc. Pros
pectus now reaily, and territory In great de
mand. Address DOUGLASS Unoa, 53 North
Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. apr/Vtt.
C7OA WKKK. 812* day al home easily made
•3>/tCostly Outfit free. Address I'm K. K Co.
Augusta, Maine. niar. M .M>
, t*T Advcrtiae iu tbo CITIZEN. ,
(Health & Beauty.>
a Road and you ulll not regret. »
*ll The renowu-d Wa'itr, A"»w>h de I'Enclns. i
■ tonixhod the uurld by retait.iUK the wonderlul
H clearness an 1 brilliancy of mind and complex-
H ion throng limit her li e. At the ago of 95 h*r
■ skin v. as as *. it. blooming an I fresh. a> a girl oI I
| 16. (The -e re f was the diacwerf of tbefam rns
s gv and chemist, d'Ffiiat.) At Lt r de- J
mf*e f>tie b»jn---athed thin rao«t valuable t to a
p! yaician. who supp'iel it to the court c< Itbriticn
At the downfall ( t the empire it came in p.
-ession oft celebrated Am-.-ir<m ph'jricici:, v.lio h?"
baeu eminently successful in the treatment ot file* d
tnd Skin and that the public t*uerally
Vaayenjoy the benefit* o r this vuri rrrtou* »r«-]»t«r<c
f ion, the Doctor has i laced the red pe witn tbeß* II I
Munn €"o. of XPW York, who are pi. par
to supply the demands of th l thousands of eng»r
r»ppli<\ints. It spe. d: y eradicates all mana ro'
HL.O<U> POISON INGench asHerolula, salt
llheuin, Eczema, Pimple*, Mofh
I'atihes. Frcrklttf, XSlack 11 rails, Honch
skin. I Htnrrli, L.i\er Complaint, In
flamed E)>s. ftc., 4c. It I* an absolute
antidote for MALAREA f and restores
free circulation throughout the system. It is called
A# L 8 3 lAN A REMEDY. £
Price $1 per package, or 6 for $5. r
Sont by mail in letter f »rm. poatace p:*M. H
THE Bell Har.NC:. 612 B 'WAY, New York. 9
Far sa'.o by drutgira. i>
UtT A3SHTI TyjTtZ. Soinl6tamp lor circular. J
llaution tliU pai* r.
Scobie, Harrison & Parker,
Implements, Seeds and Fertilizers,
NO. 125 I.IKF.RTY STRKKT,
GENERA I. AGENTS FOR
Sco bi e Harr Is en & Parker.
STEELE HIRE BAIL TIES
Always on hand.
Dederick'H IS ay Presses,
Tin- celebrated "Goshen Pumps," Adriance Single
Reaper, Adriance Mower. "Anltmaii Tay
lor" Threshers. Burlier, Gibbs »* Co.
Ohio Chilled Plows. Bucher Gibbs
& Co. Imperial Plows, Chie
ftain Self-Dumping Rake,
Buffalo Super Phosphate,
Clover and Timothy,
JCgT* Write for Circulars of any of
the above, giving full information.
0 HOUSEHOLD WORDS. 0
♦ Tor rick Btomnrh, twd taste. sinking
n spells and palpitation, rely wholly on rg- Q
•:For want of appetite, dyspepsim rnrtlM- n
2 Hon, «jirl llvcf complaint, taso PKUiJfo, it u
never fails." CTWijOHSBSHH
"Those In literary, professional or com- r
* mercial pnrnulls constantly iicwjftJUlU.
For constliiatlon, 11 \N.U.IN." MB
0 **For sick headache, pain In tTio head, U
dizziness, and low spirits, take PEIU XX * *
r Kead nnd stud v our book on the (Us of life, Q
follow Its teai-l.' IRS. ami you will IK; liappy.
<IIOOO will bo paid for any case I M'.i .' A
0 will not euro or greatly Improve. •' U
Ladles, if you wish strength, health and
r, beauty, sweet breath, clicrry lips and rosy_ £
"Go to your nearest dnujgist for a bottlo
0 of X'jiKl' NA. Tako 11 beturo au h meal." J
"For nervous debility, catarrh of Iho blart
-3 der, or disease ot the kidneys, take PCUUNA, 0
and bo cured."
PKK(i>A and MAXALIN
FOII SALE BY
ZI!H»EIINAX «V WULLEK
MARTIN'S RED JACKET
Double Aetiug Frost Proof Force Pump
Always ready and reliable in case
of rtre, quick and easy to operate for
1 washing buggies Ac. It is the
I Only doable art fug frost proof forco
A pump that ran l*> repaired without
J\ rem »vii»g pump fVom piatfom
m It Is cheap, uuraMe, efficient und
r\ suitable for wells of any depth,—No
V farmer or householder should be
without a pump of this kind.
11. IIOUHtOII & ( 0,,
k Sole Agents,
157 Smitlilield Street*
| ®ea".Sfiiil for Catalogue aqd
A|| A MOXTII FOR
V IWW TEACHERS,
Young Mpn. Ladje* nnd Agents, taking Orders
linked and Truth Victorious - " now the most
popular NKW HOOK In the Held. Hoth a
SWIKLD and a SWORD, Everybody wants it
Low Price, Quick Sales. Send for circular and
term*. P- VV. ZIEOLEu CO.,
lui2 J»ls Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
To Butler County House,
1 would respectfully call your attention to the
fact that ( am Hole Agent in ltutler county for the
sale of the WALK Kit WASHPK, the best and
Cheapest washer made, Orders respectfully .so
licited. For further particulars, address
WM. .1. PKACO,
Local agents wanted. Bakerstown, l'a.
is I N in G, IIAM:,
FINE MERCHANT TAILOR,
COB, PENN ANDISIXTU STREETS,
Union Woolen j\lill,
11. FITLLEKTOX. Prop'r.
Manufacturer ol BLANKETS, KI.VNNKI.S, YAHNS,
Jtc. Also custom work done to order, such as
carding Rolls, making blankets, Flannels, Knit
ting and Weaving Yarns, Ac., at very low
prices. Wool worked on the shares, II de
A fk We sell Sheet Music (no difference
vy where published) al a reduction of K
per cent, from Publishers or Import
ers marked price, order* by mall ae-
panted l.y ea-.1l promptly tilled.
<-» We have a line «l<n-k of Musical In
iMtrumeuts, Trimmings and Muslo
ItnoKs al low prices. A No. 1 Violin
f\nit Strings a specialty. Send for eatn-
V/Llll. I' iguc. Address
KNAKK \ CO., Music Publishers,
# % 198 LIBERTY ST. H
PITTSBURGH, TP A
The undersigned has removed his place of busi
ness to Ids own building one wpiare south of t nurt
liou.se, Main Street, east side. opiMislte Donaldson
House, where he has a full stock of
WutclieH, Clocks, Jrwclrj, Spectacle*. etc.,
promptly r« p»lr« «l and satisfaction gunruiitrtHl.
D Li CLEELAND,
ITCTLEK, KAHNS CITT AND PAKKBK KAILRCAD
Trains leave Butler for Bt. Joe, Millerstowu
Karns City, Petrolia, Parker, etc., at 7.37 a. m
uiU 2.35 and 7.35 p. m.
Trains arrive at Butler from the above named
j>uiuU at 7.17 a. m., and 2.15, and 7.15 p. m
rhe 2.15 train connects with train on the West
I'enn road through to Pittsburgh.
RIIENANGO AND A 1.1. EG II EN T KAILKOAP.
Trains leave Hilliard's Mill, Butler county,
r or Harrisville, Greenville, etc., at 7.50 a. m.
ind 2.25 p. u.
Trains arrive at Hilliard's Mills at 1:45 A, M.,
icd 5:55 p. M.
Hacks to and from Petrolia, Martinsburr,
Fairview, Modoc and Trontman, connect at llil
iard with all trains on the S <S A road.
Trains leave Butler (Butler or Pittsbnrgh Time.
Market at 5.06 a. m., goes through to Alle
gheny, arriving at 9.01 a. m. This train e®n
:ecta at Freeport with Frecport Accommoda
:ion, which arrives at Allegheny at 8.20 a. m.,
Exprttt at 7.16 a. m., connecting at Butler
Junction, without change of i«rs, at 8.26 with
Express west, arriving In Allegheny at W. 50
i. m., and Express east arriving at Blairsville
it 1&55 a. m. railroad time.
Mail at 2.26 p. m., connecting at Butler Juuo
ionwithout change ot cars, with Express weat,
irriving in Allegheny at 5.01 p. in., and Ex
press east arriving at Blnlrsville Intarsection
it 5.55 p. m. railroad time, which connects with
Philadelphia Express elst, when on time.
The 7.21 a. in. train connects at Blairsville
it 11.05 a. m. with the Mail east, and the 2.86
p. m. train at 6.5U with the Philadelphia Ex
Trains arrive at Butler on We6t Penn R. R. at
rt.sf a. m. f 4.58 and 7.01 p. m., Butler time. The
J. 56 aud 4.58 trains couuect with trains on
the Butler & Parker R. R.
Through trains leave Pittsburgh tor the East
it 2.56 and 8.26 a. m. and 12 51, 4.21 and 8.06 p.
m., arriving at Philadelphia at 3.40 and 7.20
p. m. and 8.00, 7.00 and 7.40 a. m.; at Baltimore
about the same time, at New York three hoars
.iter, and at Washington about one and a half
Time of Holding Court*.
The several Courts of the county of Bntler
commence on tlie Hist Monday of March, June,
September and December, and continue two
weeks, or so long as necessary to dispose of the
business. No causes are pnt down for trial or
traverse juror* summoned for the first week of
the several terms.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
BUTLER, PA. ~*
R. P. SCOTT,
Attorney at Law. Butler, Pa. Office In Ruff's
bulkling, Main street.
JOHN K. KELLY,
Office with E. G. Miller, Esq., In Brady Law
A. M. CORNELIUS,
Office with W. D. Brandon, Berg Building, Main
Street, Butler, Pa.
J. F. BR ITTAI N~
Office with L. Z. MitcheH, Diamond.
Office in Brady's Law Building. Butler, Pa.
I*7 H7 PIERSOL.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond, Riddle build
JOHN M. GREER.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond. novl2
WM, 11. LUSK,
Office with W. H. H. Riddle, Esq.
Office on Diamond, near Court House, south
E. I BRyGH, T~~
Office in Riddle's Law Building.
S. F. BOWSER.
Office in Riddle's Law Building. [marß'7B
J. B. McJUNKIN.
Special attention given to collections Office
opposite Willard House.
JOSEPH B. BREDIN,
Office north-oast corner of Diamond, Butler
H. 11. GOUCIIER,
Office in Schneideman's building, up staiis.
J, T. DONLY
Office near Court House. • ~ V 4
W. D. BRANDON,
ebl7-75 Office In Berg's building
Office in Brady building- mar 17—t
Office In Reiber's building, Jefferson St. apDly
F. M. EASTMAN,
Office in Brady building.
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court Hons*
JOS. C. VANDERLIN,
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House. *
WIN A. FORQUER,
taT Office on Main street opposite Vogeley
GEO. R. WHITE,
Offioe N. E. corner of Diamond
J. D. McJUNKIN,
Office In Schneldeman's building, west side ot
Main street, 2nd square from Court House.
T. C. CAMPBELL,
Office in Berg's new building, 2d floor, ea*t
side Main St., a few doors south of Lowrr
C A. SULLIVAN,
may 7 Oflice S. W. cor. of Diamond.
. A. T. BLACK,
Office on Main street, one door sontb ot
Brr.dy Block, Butler, F,i. (s(«p. 3, 13T4.
EUGENE G. MILLL^,
Offioe in Brady's Law Building, Main street,
south of Court House. 2Goctßl
JOHN 11. NEGLEY~
tSTOives particular attention tc xansaotiona
In roal estate throughont thecoui'.y.
OMCEOM DLAMONU, MKAU OOMIT HotjsE, IH
E. R. F.CKXET, KENNEDY MARSHALL
(Lute of Ohio.) |
ECKLEY <fc MARSHALL.
Office In Brady's Law Building. Scpt.o,74
C. O. CHRISTIE,
Attorney at Law. Legal business carefully
transacted. Collections made and promptly
remitted. Business correspondence promptly
attended to and aniwered.
Office opposite Lowry House, Butler, Pa.
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
my2l-ly] BUTLER, PA.
Oflice on Jefferson street, opposite
Klingler's Flour Store.
DZEHSTTISTIR, * .
0 1/ WALDRON, Graduate ol the Phil-
JK adclplila Dental College,ls prepared
• lis to do an) Uilng in the line of b\a
profession in a satisfactory manner.
Office on Main street, Butler, Union Block,
up stairs, apll