Newspaper Page Text
R EMOVA L.
PORTER & DONALDSON,
Have Removed to
260, 262 and 254- Liberty St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Elevator Entrance. 2GI.
Special attention given to Pattern Bounds ;md Trimmed Ilatf. Full line of Straw Goods, Rib
bon?, Siiks, Flowers, Nets and Lace*.
Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Crapes and Ladies' Neck Wear, SPfc.CI.VLI IES.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS.
LARGEST STOCK. LATEST STYLES. LOWEST PRICES.
1832. OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE OF 1882.
JAMES SHIDLE & SON,
No. 59 SMITHFIELD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PF.NN A.
GETEK O. SHIDLE.
Art Paper Hangings, Embossed Bronzes, Dadoes, &c.
IT U R JNT I T U It JrG.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
PPPA | rolkebs, &c., &c.,
BETWEEN ID IE FOT TD ZB^HDO-lE
"CARPETS AND WALL PAPER,
The Caldwell Build i:ig fcci: g fold and rU»nges having lo be mr.de, we fir.d it necessary to
iedu' e our rtock of
CARPETS, WALLPAPER, RUGS, MATS,
WINDOW SHADES, &U.
THEY MUST BE SOLD.
D. & h\ S. WELTY,
inls,Smos. 115 and 117 Federal St., Allegheny City. PP.
EAGLE PLANING MILLS,
Cor. Robinson and Anderson St., - ALLEGHENY CITY.
M. SIMON, Ajjent.
PLAXIIG MILL., HASH, DOOR AXI> (SHUTTER FACTORY.
Flooring Boardß, Weatherboarding, Planed Boan's, Mouldings, Shingles,
Laih and all kinds ol bulldi'g Lumlcr.
a liberal redaction for carh orders. Send lor p:icc lift. All woik delivered to railroads,
steamboats, dec., tree of charge. Couiinunkatieus solicited. 8m;;
CHiI S. B TOO K,
Manufacturer of Tin and Sheet Iron Ware and dealer in Stoves, Ranges, Pressed, Japanned
and Enameled Ware, Granite Ware, Wooden Ware, Bird Cages, and general housekeeping
goods. Rooting, Spouting and Repairing done on short notice and at lowest market rates, the
only authorized agent for the sale of A. Bradley A Co.'s well known Stoves and Ranges, and the
only place to get the original and genuine odd plates for their stoves, made expressly by them
for nun. Beware of sham plates being sold in Butler, made of old and inferior metal, none gen
uine but from the Agent, • CHRIS. STOCK,
• june 8, 'Bl. Near Wick and Schreiber Houses, Main street, Butler, Pa.
A Never-Falling Cure for Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
. After forty years of trial, PF.RRY DAVIS* PAIN KILLER stands unrivaled. It
la safe I It acta immediately! It never fails!
Editor of the St. John Of. B.) News, says:
In flesh wounds, acU *, pains, wires, etc.,
It Is the moat efeetual remedy we know of.
No family should be without a bottle of It
for a single hour.
From the Cincinnati Dispatch:
We have »ten Its magic effects, and know
It to be a good article.
From I. 8. Potter, U. 8. Consul at Crefeld,
After long years of use, I am satisfied it
is positively efficient as a healing remedy
for wounds, bruises, and sprains.
PBRRY IUTIM' PAIN KILLER IS not a new untried remedy. For fortv years It, has been in
constant use ; and those who have used It the longest are lis best frl< nds.
Its success Is entirely because of lis m-rlt. Every family should have a bottle ready fur
use. Much pain and heavy doctors'bills may often be saved by prompt application of the
FAIN KILLER. Unlike most m-dllnes, H, 1; pcrfectl y safe even In the hands <r a child, Trv it
once - will prove It.; value. Your druggist has It at 50c., and «1.00
perhottla PERRY DAVIS & SON, Propri3tor3, Providence, R. I.
TREMONT COOK STOVES
ALSO, AGKKT FOR CRYSTAL PALACE STOVES AND REPAIRS FOR SAVE.
Bird (.'ages Tinware. Wood au<l Willow Ware, Enamele<l anil Granite Ware, Sewer Pipe, Fire
clay Stove Pipe, Orate Tile, Fire Brick and ( lav..
Proofing, Spouting and Heavy Sheet-iron w«rk done at short notice below market prices for
I am also having manufactured to my order, nice clean and smooth mid Plates t.» fit Bradley's
Stove*, which 1 sell at six cents per pound, and I will guarantee ♦hein to last longer and gfve
better satistsction than the so-called original and genuine plates sold by another party at ten
wots per puuud. Give me a call and he convinced.
M. C. ROCKENSTEIN,
jnnel.Vly Main Street, Butler, Pa
W. W. Sharper, Valdosta. Ga., says:
It Is a panacea for all bruises and bums.
From R. W. Adams, Baco, Me.:
It gave me Immediate relief.
K. Lewis says:
In forty years' use it never has failed me.
W. W. Lum, Nlcholvllle, N. T., says:
I use your I'AIN KILLER frequently. It
relieves pain and soreness, and heuU wounds
J. W. Dee says:
For scalds and burns It lias no equal.
Sly* Pnilee : Hinting, Jp»., 3it«s It, ISS!/.
An lowa law requires that at least j
twelve shade trees shall be set out in
every school-bousc yard—a capital
Much better do without sugar and
coffee than to be out of Peruna.
Mary White, colored, killed an in
fant the was engaged to nurse, by ,
giving it beer to drink while she had
it out lor an airing in Reading.
A full feeling after meals, dyspep
sia, heartburn, and general iil health
relieved by Brown's Iron Bitters.
Cincinnati has a wonderful case of
faith cure. A lady who has suffered;
with cancer for seven years, after the i
physicians had given her up, tried the j
efficacy of prayer, and is now enjoying
"Great Blood Tonic," for the cure ;
of all blood diseases- -"l>r. Lindsey'Sj
Biood Searcher." Has no equal.
It is a curious fact that some twin
ing plants such as convolvus, climbing
beans and morning-glory, to the light,
and cannot be made to go the other
way, while others, the hop, bryony
and honeysuckle, twine to the left, and
are equally persistent in that direc
And I pray dat de Lord take me,
till I tried •Seller.-' Cough Syrup," an'
I's nebber coughed since. How's dat
for high, boss'!
Your duty is to keep from getting
sick, if you c.iu. With Peruna you
There doesn't appear to be any good
reason why apple trees should bear
only every other year. If they arc
liberally fertilized and prevented from
bearing excessive crops by judicious—
that is, remorselessly thorough— thin
ning out, they will yield a good crop
Any person whose blood and livor is
in good condition is all l ight even in
the midst of epidemics. This can be
noticed in the life of every one. If all
would avail themselves of the advan
tages of restoring and maintaining the
health of the body thtre would be
fewer doctor's bills and much less
sorrow. The one thing needful and
the one recommended above all others
is found in Simmons Liver Regulator.
The testimonials are counted by the
thousands and its merits are una
A somewhat curious petition—ns wc
presume, rather as a telling and effect
ive joke rather than a serious ar.d earn
est matter—has been presented to tht
House of Representatives from Mil
waukee, asking for the passage of a
law that will forbid all Irish immigra
tion to this country, and specifying a
series of evils resulting therefrom as
reasons for the enactment of such a
'■lliH 1 li
New quick complete cure 4 days,
urinary affections, smarting, frequent
or difficult urination, kidney diseases.
sl. at druggists. Prepaid by express,
$125, 6 for $5. E. S. Wells, Jersey,
City, N. J.
Five children were deserted by their
parents at Newcoinerstown, Ohio.
The oldest was 12 and the youngest a
I>aby. Th* only food in the house
was some corn meal, and they ate it
as long as it lasted. Then they were
two days without a mouthful of any
thing but water. It was not uitil the
infant died that they informed the
neighbors of their plight.
"2Coi:£li AN K;I(K."
The thing desired found a* last.
Ask druggist for "Rough on Rats.''
It clears out rats, mice, roaches flies,
bed-bugs. 15c. boxvs.
An Omaha man, in danger of losing
his house by the foreclosure of a inort
gagage, sold his wife to her admirer
for the S2OO needed to satisfy the
claim. That was two years ago, at
which time the proceeding caused con
siderable comment. The new couple
lived amicably together uuti lately,
when the original husband, having
prospered during his period of bache
lorhood, bought back the woman at an
advance of SSO.
Wells' Health Renewer. Absolute
cure for nervous debility and weakness
of the generative functions. £1 at
druggists. Prepaid by express, $1.25,
0 fur $5. K. S. Wells, .iersev City,
A Washington p. nsion agent was
almost paralized with astonishment,
the other day, when he found a vete
ran ol the late war who had sustained
a permanent injury while in the army
and had not applied for a pension.
The veteran had cut an artery in his
wrist, while opening a bottle of whis
key, stolen from the Colonel's head
quarters, and said he didn't know a
wound of that character entitled him to
a pension. The agent soon convinced
him of his error, and in a few days he
will receive $2,800 back pension, minus
$l,lOO pocketed by the agent.
\ I.OIIG SIIO«/.C.
Rip Van Winkle slept a good while,
yet had his sleep occurred about 50
years ago, when Down's Elixir first
attained its reputation, on awaking he
would have be •!! able to recognize this
friend of the afflicted, and might have
tak<n another twenty-years nap, and
waked up to find Down's Klixir at the
end «.f half a centu'-y the most popular
and l est Cough Remedy known. Also
lb»xt< r's IJitters for Bilious diseases,
not so old, but good.
Captain Fred Norman, who crossed
and recrossed the Atlantic with (»eo.
Thomas in the Little Western (lf>i
feet long I>y (iV feet wide), now pro
poses to row across the Atlantic alone.
He says he will use a boat built under
his own supervision, about 12 feet
long by 4 feet wide, and from 2 to 2i
feet deep, partly covered fort; and aft.
lie will take a floating sea anchor to
keep the boat's head to the wind while
he sleeps. He will have no (ire but a
lamp, and wili use prepared food, con
densed collce, and carry about lifty
gallons of water, lie thinks he could
make the voyage in 100 days.
"I should think you wiould be glad
enough when it comes night," said a
New Ilaven woman to her neighbor.
•'You have ?o many children and they
are so noisy, you know." "My chil
dren are not noisy, I'd have you to know.
That long-legged,open-moutheil clothes
pin of yours makes more noise in five
minutes than my whole seven do in a
week." The truth-speaking soiree was
ended then and there, and when these
women meet it is like the dropping of
mercury in the thermometer, precurg.
ing a cold day.
Mr. Edmund Hersey, Hingham, (
Mass., a member of the State Board of
Agriculture, gave in a recent address
some Lew views even on the worn
subject of raising potatoes, and pressed
others, equally sound, and better
known, but too much neglected. He,
like another writer, finds that small
tubers produce more than large ones,
and that of the latter, the seed end
starts first, and usually yields best.
He is careful to keep the seed potato
from sprouting, and in the dark,
although as to this last, many practice
very successfully quite the reverse, as
serting that greened and hardened
whole potatoes are the best for plant
ing. The Jackson White been his
favorite variety for ten years; 250
bushels is a fair crop and 300 best.
Eight cords of manure the acre is
used and put on the surface in prefer
ence, with all the ashes he can get.
The hill are three feet apart! oth ways,
with two sets in each, and only two
or three stems. He finds level culture
best, and kills weeds quite as complete
ly and easily as those who hill, as he
plants in deep furrows and covers thin
ly at first, the horse hoe doing the
rest of the covering and demolishing
all weeds by the same stroke. But as
to manure and culture, every man must
learn his own hand ; what would he
good for one farm may not work well
How lo Prevent W»re»t Fires-.
The destruction wrought by forest
fires on Long Island lately shows
again, snd for at least the thousandth
time in the history of the present gen
eration, how careless the American
farmer is of tuch of his ground as is
covered with trees. The "forests"
that burn are generally small tracts
of wooded land which are parts oi
farms, but as they are utterly let alone
except when the farmer wants fire
wood, they are full of undergrowth,
brush heaps and dead leaves. Forest
fires are scarcely ever heard of in Eu
rope, for the poorest and busiest peas
ant who owns a bit of wooded land
finds time to cut away the under
growth, remove dead trees and fallei
boughs, and even to cart away some o
the leaves to his compost heap, tier
man and English farmers who conn
here begin by preserving their wooded
lands, but too often they fall into th(
shiftless American way, and frequent
ly they pay the penalty. Any farmei
can prevent fires on his own foresl
land; he can clear away undergrowth
and leaves, the work being easies
doue in winter, when he has little t<
do on any other part of his farm, or h<
can fence this ground and turn his cat
tie into it to eat or break down smal
growth and trample leaves to pieeei
and into the ground. Both plans hav<
been tried with great success ant
neither is costly. Of course in grea
wooded tracts of hundreds and thous
ands of acres such preventives would
be impracticable, but these are not th<
lands most frequently burned over.
Should you be a sufferer from dys
pepsia, indigestion, malaria, or weak
ness, you can be cured by Brown's
A remedy for the destructive cab
bage worm has been found by a cor
respondent of The Fruit Reorder in
a liberal dashing of cold water on the
plants. If faithfully followed, he says,
it will save the cabbage.
The Prefect of the Department of tl«
Seine-et-Marne, France, has issued u
decree peremtorily forbidding the de
struction of of all kinds of owls, they
being considered of the greatest ser
vice against field-mice and rats.
Let the poor sufferers from female
complaints take courage and rejoice
that a painless remedy has been found
We refer to Lydia E. I'iukbam's Veg
e table Compound. It is prepared al
293 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass
Send to Mrs. I'inkam for pamphlets.
A very curious freak of nature is rc
ported from Cornwall, England, in th<
shape of a calf with the perfect head o
an elephant, including a trunk six inch
es in length. It is explained that the
heifer which gave birth to the cal
was very much alarmed at the sigh
of an elephant belonging to a travelling
Senator Ingalls hit the mark when ht
aiked Senator Farley why, if the Chi
nese are a hoard of loatheaome lepers
and repulsive beings, do the people
of California continue to employ them
at a good rate ol wages. This is a
i-tunuing question for the Chinis<
hater to answer.
English br.c II is held in mil'h hiph
er esteem in London, and of course
commands a better price ; than Amor:
can bacon. The reason of this is sail
to be that Irish, Welsh and En»lisl
hogs are fed on peas and barley, whicl
impart a firmness to the flesh whicl
cannot be obtained with an exclusive
diet of Indian corn.
Only twenty-one per cent, of tlx
additions to the Milwaukee Publii
Library consist of fiction of all kinds,
Instead of too many of this class ol
books having been bought, as so manj
librarians think, the Milwaukee Li
brarian does not hesitate to say that
as regards such as are usually termec
juveniles at least, too fe v have beet
A clergyman who is fond of dogs
bought a couple of pups of rare breec
and left them with a dog-fancier t<
train. On returning home one day
he found his wife, abetted by hei
m ther, about to leave the house and
apply for a divorce on the basis of tin
following telegram from the dog-fancier
which had come for him a few hour.'
before : 'The little darlings are botl
well and looking lovely. Send money
to defray expenses.'
Mr. and Mrs. Lord sat up one night
at Mount Ida, Ark , to watch for a
panther that had killed some hens.
They loaded a gun and waited at an
open window for the beast to come in
to the yard. Toward morning they
fell asleep. Soon Mrs. Lord awoke
and went into the yard. That aroused
Lord. Seeing her head moving along
the line of the fence, and mistaking it
in the dim light for the panther, he
fired and killed her.
A western paper, suggesting fancy
texts and subjects for sensational
preachers, throws out the hint that it
would be a nice thing for some sensa
tionalist to announce f-.r the morning
sermon, 'Joseph's Coat Not Mono
chromatic,' and for the evening, 'The
Wisdom of Moses Taking the Serpent
by the Tail.' This is not much worse
thai the announcement of a sensational
crank in New York who recently ad
vertise! that he would preach on 'How
we Know thit the Unknowable is Un
Reasons Why they aro I*referred to Ml
Other Vorou* Plasters or External
Bpctm§« they possess all tho merit of the
strengthening: porous plaster, and contain in ad
.ition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acta with in
creased rubefacient, stimulating, Sedative and
counter irritant effects.
r.ecaueethey are a genuine pharmaceutical prep
aration, and ro recognized by tijo profession.
Because they are the only plasters that relieve
pain at once.
Because they will positively enre diseases which
other remedies will not even relieve.
Because ovcrCVX) pliysiciansand druggists have
roluntarily testified t fiat tliey aro superior to all
ether plasters or medicines lor external use,
Becanse the manufacturers have received the
only medals ever given for porous plasters.
Benson's Capcine Poras Plaster!
SEABURY &. JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, New York.
HURB REAIED V AT I.AST. Price SSrts.
IWEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
I SM. H, DOWNS' 1
Vegetable Balsanic $
|ii TbU va3u<iblo m*lit ino fa -»ur« ly vegetable: a
BMtho discovery c f \va** the re«i»lt ofE3
EH many yean'cfosostti'ty, in order to divovr.rjßfl
the cau.-p, thf. eymytcuiß, and the cure—
|§l Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, 19
Croup, Asthma, risarisy, Hoarnsness, g
j|| Muenra, Spotting Blood, Bronchitis, H
BH an«i every fpaciss cf oppression of tlio ( ht-st aH
been duly administered iis efiicacy has beon
in variably mauifetted, co u vinci ug the most in
—■ credulous that
W CONSUMPTION *
•» is not Incurable, if properly attended to.— «
4® Consumption, at Its commencement, is but
7C slight irritation cf the Dn mbrauewhirhcovers
Jp-»tho Lungs; then an lnflumation, when the
c* cotidh is more observable, l>utrai!ierdry;then >4
(£3 becomes loea! fever and tho pulse more fro- JS
Q quont, tho cheeks flu»hedandcliillsmorscom- m-9
ai moil. Tliis Elixir In curing the al.>ve ccn-ga
tfil plaints, o;>eratessoasto remove p.il r.ior!iid
n| IrrltPtlotis and lnflajnalton from tho fgj
lungs to the surface, end finally expel them bj|
KB from the system. It facilitates expectoration. CBI
P It heals the unrated, surfaces |§
and relieves the conph and makes the breath- Ma
it scppcrtstho strength and at thegJ
|Ek same time reduces tho fever. It is free from VH
jwstronx "piate and astringent articles, wliich aro JO
jHofso drying a nature as to be i n great dancer of
*s| destroying tho pati nt; whereas this modicine
jßnover dries or eti>ps the cough, but, by remov-19
jflfiing the CAUSS, generally destroys the hectic
34 before the cou.-h is entirely gone,
fls quently, when the congli is cured the patient H
His well. Send address for pamphlet givingH
■■ full directions for cure of pulmonary diseases.
H Price 35 cts., 60 cts., and SI .00 per bottle. 19
& SOLD EVEItrWIIEBE. 39
9B HESRT, JOIISSOJ It LORD, Propt., Burlington,Tt. H
tSffISH DOWNS' ELIXIR.MBH
LVGIi L PINKHIM. OF LVIIIi, HASS^
LYDIA E. PSNKHAM'B
Ib a I'oaltivt' f'nre
for at* those I'ali>rut Complaint. mid Wetnesses
■ucoinmoii tuourltrit rrauule
It will cure entirely tlio worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and CTcera
Hon, Falling and Msplscenif nts, and the consequent
Npliinl \7<a]cness, ami U particularly adapted to the
Change of l ife.
It will itlaw.lvo and expel tumors from the uterus In
an enily stage of development. Tlie teuditiey toiaa
eerous humors ttierols cheeked very dily by its use.
It removes falntne. i, tintuleney, rtestroyaoil craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of tbo stoniaeh.
It cures Bloating. It' attaches, Nervous prostration,
General Debility, Kleeplessness, Depression and ludl
That feeling of bearing down, causing rsln. weigh*
ami iiarkaclie, Is always permanently cured by Its u. a.
It will at all times and uniler all elreune >tan<es aet In
harmony wllli thi'laws that govern tl.< funis'... system.
F-.r I ho cure i f Kidney < '«.uii>luinis <•( either s«* this
Compound is unsurpassed.
I.i iii v k. nxEmiii \ i i.i r \in.i'com-
IHirSnis prepared atlitS an I ::ti Western Avenue,
J.ynn,Mass l'il esl. 81sIsJttksfor$i. Sentbyuall
In the form of pills, also Inthe ferru i.f lozenges, on
receipt of price, «1 per bo* for-either. Km. Pmkl.am
freelyanswers all letters of Inquiry. K-n.l for psn.ph
let. Address as above. Slrtihon tr.ia J'ujter.
No family shoulrt be without I.TDIA E. PINKHAM'S
LIVER PI IX3. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. 2i centj |>er box.
H£~ t>o'J by ull Drugglstn. "&•
IIOU S K !
KN'a' ,m ■«c. b •*! a ■ *•: I» ■ma a.
I*AV NO MOBS FHKIGIIT ON GROCBBIEI.
The Largest and Most Comp'cte
IN THE UNITED STATES.
KltriOßT PRKI*AII> WIT 111 N 50 MII.RM OF Ot'lt CITY
"Ordi-r ol ;?'•") :iml apwnnls, freight prcpal I.
Orders or S3O and ujiwurtls, prcpai I.
Or If prclcr.tljle, a discount allowed ol
Order* of SIOO and upw irds, prepaid,
or u iliscount ot 1! per cent.
PARTIES 1.1 VI NO OVSIt r,O JULES FltOM PITTSIIL-ltO
Orders of ?i.» or upwards, a discount of - per
(irilcrs of $59 and upwards, u disco Jilt of
Orders of SIOO or upwarc/s, n diet ounl of 3
Single fumillcs not wi»»!iinyr l«> buy worth
or over eat. eluo together wltli anothi'r latuily
which wl'l place tin-in in tlie same position as
larger t-uycrs. No charge lor boxiujr
send for our Montlily i'rice l.ist
(Hnusi'kiepe: s Guide,)" '"'"k t'v-
a I our pr cos and a complete description,
to parlies ordering living out of the city on
Wm. Haslage & Son,
malO.ly PITTiUUKGH, PA.
i \ 133 LI3ERTY ST. B
PERSONS WIIO CANNOT VISIT
KAUFFMANN'S PITTSBURGH MAMMOTH
Nos S3, 33 and 87.--SMITHFIHLD STRE2T.~~Nos. " 83, 3S and 37.
Can order Clothing, and it will be sent by Express, with privilege of Inspection before payment.
Directions for Ordering Goods.
l«>t D scribe as Dear &s possible, color aud descriptio 1
' Wheu oiderirg a Suit. s>tj.te if yuu want a Sack or Frock Coat. If ordering & Lat, give size, color and price ; stiff or soft.
3d. Name the price jou are willing to pay.
4th. Give full addreuH—Naiue, Town, County and State*
Men's Fancy Cassimere Suits at ft 37.
All Wool Blue Cheviot Suits "Fast Colored
a' $6 50.
Men s Blue and Black Diagonal suits at i" 25.
Superb 'Harris" Cassimere Suits at j'9 00.
Men's Blue Flannel Suits —Fine B.ue—at
Rock and Empire Cassimere suits at 410 50.
Men's Finest Dre» Suit.* in Fancy Woi>terods,
luiiiorted Cashmeres and .'Scot cli Cheviots, cut
and trimmed e«pial to custom work, from £l2 <HJ
to ?:!) 50.
Men's Casfimcre and Cheviot Pants at 87c.
Men's Fancy Strip, d Worsted Panto, Mc.
Light and Medium color Cheviot l'ants at
•H .lilTerent styles of all wool Caw-imeres and
Cheviot l'ants, from fl "2 to 42 00.
Men's Finest Dress rants from f.i to I <l2.
Endless Assortment in Spring Bottom Pants.
Semi iM asi Order. Von iSmi no Risk.
IF HE MS DO HIFSBIT IK EttßT PiBTICfIUB, FHEfCiH BF REFURHFO.
RAIFFMINN'S CHEAPEST CIIH
PITTSBURGH MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE.
83 TO 87 SMTTHFIELD STREET, 83 TO 87.
"Wholesale and lie tail.
Scicbis, Harrison & Parker,
lmplements t Seedsand Fertilizers,
NO. I 2. R > LIBERTY STRF.KT.
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Scobie, Harrison & Parker.
KIEILE HIKE IKAIIj TIES
Always on band.
Deilcrick'N Hay Presses,
Tile celebrated "Goshen I'umps," Atlrianee Single
Reaper. Adrtanee Mower, "Aultman Tay
lor" Threshers, l'.uclier, tllhhs Co.
Ohio Chilled Plows. Hucher dihbs
& Co. Imperial Plow s, chief
tain Self-Dumping Rake,
liuttalo Super Phosphate,
Clover and Timothy,
I'Jcf Write for Circular* of any of
the above, giving full information.
0 HOUSEHOLD WORDS. 0
"For glck stomach, ba<l tasto, sinking
Q spells, aii'l i»rtl|ilt:Hion, rely v.lit.lly en l'u- q
RUN A." JMMNHMH'IMMIKCHI
"For want <>f appetite, ciy ncpsla, tnillgcs
-0 tliin, nn<l IIVIT complaint, LAKU l'i;m'x.\; It U
never tails, ' VflHttMffiHHHHHiI
n "Those In literary, professional or coin- Q
u meri hil pursuits cmtautly neml I'KHUNA.
I'or torelipallon, M.VNAUIN.' BB93WHME
0 "For »li k li-nlaehe, p-iln In' tlio head. 0
dizziness, und low spirits, i.iko I'KHt na.''
n Read and study our book on tho Ills of ilfn. Q
follow Its tiMi lifni: , uihl you w ill be happy.
>-t l<*>o will lie paid for any ease I'LIIIXA
0 will not cureorgreatly liupro» o .' BMM9 C
I.adiea, If yon wish strength, health and
r> I f iiitv. m* I lireatli, i ln-iry lips and rosy
"Cr» to your nearest druggist fur a bottle _
0 of I'MtLSA. Tak iit holuroeachmeal." u
••For nervous debility, catarrh nf the l.lart-
J der, in ill FASE of ibo kldui ys, tako I'nu SA, 0
B*s U J mill MAXALIX
FOR SALE BY
/Anni:ini\\ «& H I:LLEB
I JohnClark, Jr.&Co's
Machine or Hand Use.
TIIOMAS RUSSELL & CO.,
Pl*\ T AE MhiDALS
NEW YoltK, VIENNA,
And CHARLESTON, S- C.
FOR SAbK IIY
HITTEK A It t I,STO\.
Advertise in the CUIZEN
Bay's and Children's Department.
All admit that they never beheld su -h a nn?-
Lificent (li-play of novelties for Uia little ones,
aud willingly Jgt, our t?;iperi..r work
manship. stjle fit and liuish over all competi
tors, All fav our prices ire remaiksMy low.
We feel elated over our success, and are now
ready to sorve the people from an as-ortment
better aud cheaper tlian can be fouu 1 anywhere.
Children« Blouse Suits, a haii'Uomo hue,
from GSc to tl 73.
Children's Parole Suits, in '2l styles, from
*1 (Ml to ti 40.
Children's Double Breasted Suits, Rolling
Collar, from ?1 50 to J'i 75.
Chillren'rt Deagremont Suits, a novelty, from
$2 75 to $5 25.
Handsome Sailor Suits, 2 to 12 years, from
il 12 to t4 00.
Children's Finest Dress Suits from CO to
' kilt suits.
The most appropriate ai 1 becoming dress for
little boys. We have thom in all grades, slmpee
and colors, and we have marked them from 75c
'to To 00.
FOR THE VOICE
LESSONS SENT BY MAIL.
THE Howard Method, as set forth in written
lessons, has its powerful effect in improving
the voice because it gives actual bod.ly con
trol of the muscular efforts of the respiration
of the throat.
By easy ,uici exactly described steps the pupil
is trained to make movements and efforts of tin
pharynx, the palate, throat and even the vocal
chords themselves. He tluis learns to exert a
physical and exact force to break up each fault
of "vocal action instead of relying upon th<
feeble and to indefinite advice of other
The voice is generally extended in compass
from three to six notes, its power doubled and
its quality vastly improved. The wonderful
power of these corresponding lessons is evinced
by four bulletins of testimonials and many
"The improvement in my voice is wonder*
ful." Chas. N. Adams, til Maple S?., Colum
"I find these (written) lessons immensely
beneficial." !>. K. Itollab, Nundfl, Livingshn
Co., N. Y
"The tongue exercises removed one batch of
faults, the throat exercises another, and now
these later lessons are removing the rest." J.
Ball, '!7 6th St., San Francisco, Cal.
"1 ran up to high C, and when I trlid A, li
and C, each alone, sang the notes wi'li great
clearness and power. I could not make even
the least sound upon them before." Miss Lou
Hastings, Vevav, Irid.
Address, JOHN HOWARD,
15 E. 14th St., New York, N. Y.
/.•£) • Enclose '25 cts., in stamps, for pamphlet
on "The Vocal Process." (The Mouth —The
Throat—-The Respiratory Organs.: Also 2i cts
for pamphlet on "Vocal Reform," "\ ocal
Development," and "Natural Singing."
Speakers and Singers Circulars, Bulletin Nos.
1, '2, .'t and 4, Letter of Terms and Conditions
I' - ■ ' -' i I
Et/uiil to tin;/ Sinr/i r in the lUitrkrt.
The above cut represents the most |topular
style for the people u hich we offer for you for
the very low price of .fi'H. Kemetnber, we do
nut ask you to pay until you have seen the
machine. A Iter having examined it, if it is
not all we represent, return it to us at our
expense. Consult your interests and order at
vnce, or send for circulars and testimonials.
Address CHAItI.EH A. WOOD A CO.,
No. 17 N. Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The undersigned li;us removed his plan* of busi
ness hi* o\\ 11 ImildinK one square south of ( ourt
House, M:tin StrtM't, »*;ist op|M)silr l>oiial<lHon
iioiiM', where he ha* a full stot*l\ of
Watches, Clocks, .lewelry. Spectacles, etc.,
promptly repaired and satinbictlou guaranteed.
I> I,; C I.f FI.AM>.
HJo. 103 Federal SI.,
lias in stock a full Hue ol
tConsisting of every article In the line, both
Foreign utid Domestic.
1 leivc lieen formcily located on South I>ia
mond street, hut now can tic found at No. 10:»
FEDERAL STREET, a lew doors above depot, ,
aud will be pleased to see any of our old pa
Gents' Furnishing Department.
Geuts' Fancy Striped Soo!»s. 10c.
Gents' lin t&riou Britfoh Socks, 10c.
Gents' IVst Linen Colors. lie-
Gents' Bleached Canton shirts and Drawers,
Gerts' Fine Silk t'uspouders. 41c.
dents' White Shirts. 33c.
Gents' Unlaundriod Ctlico Shirts. 10c.
Gui.:a' 1 .aun dried Calico Shirts. 3*) c.
Gents' Fine Cimbric Shirts. 67.
Gouts' French I'ercaie Shirts. H6c.
Gents' "Favorite" White Shirts, the beet made,
Gents" Fine Knitte.l Underwear. 380.
Gents' nine Flannel Overohirta, donble
breastad, extra quality, <>o.
Our Hal Dopartmrnt.
Men's Stylish Stiff Hats, worth §1 SO for 75c.
Men's Fine Saxony Wool Hats, worth 5* 1 60,
Men's Chcs-i Hats. Leading Style for $1 98.
Men's Fine Fur Soft Hats, worth -52 25, for
Boys' Fine Dress Hats, worth it 00 for Clc.
Childrens Fancy Turbans for 56c,
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS,
S.GL Purvis & Co.,
fe(4KUFACTIIREKS AND TIEALEKMJI
Rough and Plansd Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Brackets, Gauged Cornice Boards,
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Xenr Cj!t*riu»«i tiaJhollo Dhurch
MARTIN'S RED JACKETT
I) >UBLF. ACTTNO FROST PROOF FORCE PUMP..
Always rea-ly and reliable in case of
|JR tiro, (| nick and ca*v to operate for
\ltal waul ling biigucj, Ac. It is tlie only
1 tfoV dauble acting froM proof force pump
that enn l>e repaired without removing
f\WV pump Irom platform.
\ It in cheap durable, efficient and
fcr wells < f any depth. No
fil la faini ror householder should bo with
ml out a pump of this kind.
TO H. HOUSTON & CO.,
M Solo Agents,
17 Heventli Avenue,
« M> PITTSBURGH, PA.
Jl ea-Sond for Catalogue and Price I.int.
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Office Cor. Main and Cunningham Sts.
G. C. ROESSING, PRESIDENT.
WM. CAMPBELL, TREASUHEB.
11. C. IIEINEMAN, SKCRETAKT.
J. L. Purvis, ; E. A. IlelmtioWt,
William Campbell, I J. W. Buikbart,
A. Trontuian, Jacob Bcbocn®,
(4. C. Riwssing, .John Caldwell,
I»r. W. lrvin, J. J- Croll.
A. li. Rhodes, H. C. Heineman.
JAS. T: M'JUNKIN, Gen. Ae't-
EARL OP IN6LEBTON.
JySn The Earl of Ingleston an Im|>ort
_ /): —od Clydesdale Stallion will make
tili .■/ the season of IKB2 at Butler, on
wKV the first three days of each
V' |1 week, and at l'r.wpoct on the
4.^.11 last throe (lavs of each wrofk,
Commencing April Htl. anil emling Julv let.
Circular* froo. JULIAN A. CLABK.
aprl2 f low.
lIEKKI <J. IIAI.K,
fill liICIMI TIILBR,
COR. PENN ANDISIXTH STREETS.
If. H I.M:HTO\. PRON'r.
Manufacturer ol Hl.ankets, Kl.annki.*, Yarns,
&<• Alt*o custom work done to order, such as
CJirdlnir Rolls, making Blankets, Flannel*, Knit
ting and Weaving Yarns, Ac., at very low
urics. Wool worked oil the shares, » "©-
Jiistioe ot the Peace
Main street, PA .
Augusta, Maine. Il,a " '
Subscribe for the CITIZEN.