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Parker's Ginger Tonic.
Stray Steer® in Coocord twp.
Auditor'* notice —Marshall estate.
"LOCAL AND GENERAL.
—Next Tuesday is election day.
Preaching in the Baptist Church
next Sabbath morning and evening.
For finest assortment of Btoves in
Butler, call at BEBG & CYPHER'S.
—Heavy hail storms were reported
from lowa and Illinois on Monday.
—New Blankets and Flannels, just
received, at L. STEIM & SON S.
—Potatoes are worth from 65 to "0
cents in the Pittsburgh markets.
Waring's Fertilizers and Peruvian
Guano—for sale by J. NIGGLE & BRO,
Thursdav, the 30th inst., has been
set apart by" the President as a day
for public thanksgiving.
A lot of second-handed Watches
cheap for cash at E. Grieb's
Remember to vote "for the sheep
law" or "against the sheep law."
Lunches and meals can be had at
all hours at Morrison's City Bakery
Vogely House block.
Highest price paid in cash for
buckwheat and buckwheat flour, at
Boos' Store, south end of Main street,
—Ladies', Gentlemens' and Chil
drens' Underwear, very cheap, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
The cases of Roenigk vs. Roenigk,
which have been on the trial list for
some years were finally disposed of last
week. Christ, and Henry each got a
verdict and each has a big bill of costs
—Bead and Satin Cord, Passemen
terie and Ornaments, at low prices, at
L. STMN A SON'S
—Mr. E. W. Croup, the surviving
partner of the firm of Dieffenbachor and
Croup, dentists, will continue busi
ness of dentistry at the old location, —
Miller Block, (2nd story), Jefferson
St., Butler, Pa.
—Linen Handerkerchiefs, Colored
Border Handkerchiefs, Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, etc., etc., at
L. STXIN & Son's.
The many friends of Major James
B. Story and wife will be sorry to hear
of the death of their daughter Blanche,
who died in Harrisburg, on Tuesday of
last week, of diptheria. or paralysis of
the heart from diptheria.
—For guns and ammunition call at
Bsao & CYPHER'S.
_Rev. C. W. Seaman and family of
Cincinnati, were on a visit last week to
their friends here. Mr. Seaman form
erly had charge of a church at Jefferson
Center, this county, and has many
friends here who are always pleased to
—Ladies' and Gents' Gossamer
Coats, very cheap, at
L STUN k SON'S.
Mr. Jacob C. Croup who died last
Mondaj morning at his residence in
Butler, was 73 years of age. He was
born in Luzerne county and came to
this county about fifty years ago. He
bas been afflicted with Bright's disease
of the kidneys, for some years.
—Mrs. Sloan has gone to New York
for the purpose of purchasing a large
stock of fashionable millinery goods
which she expects to receive in Butler,
in a few days. Oct 25 2t
The pig-pen case, Ash veraua
Sutton, was taken up in Court last Fri
day noon but was not finished till yes
terday noon, the Jury having been
held over. Up to fiye o'clock yester
day evening the Jury bad not yet
agreed upon a verdict, but this morn
ing after having been out all night
agreed upon a verdict for the plaintiff
—All the new things in Collars,
Ties, Fishus, etc., at
L. STKIN k Son's.
gold pieces are frequenty found in
canned oysters. It must be disagreea
ble while enioying a supper of canned
oysters to suddenly grit your teeth on
a twenty-dollar gold piece. Still
people will buy canned oysters.
—Bed comfortables, Quilts, Spreads,
Blankets, etc., etc., at
L. STKIN k SON'S.
—Mrs. Louisa Mock and W. R. Hop
kins of this town, who are neighbors,
on the flat in the west side, brought
cross suits agaiudt each other, before
Esq. Irvin, some days ago, for assault
and assault and battery These suits
were beard on Monday, by a jury of
six, under tba Potter county act, and
both the parties were foucd guilty, and
sentenced by the Justice to pay a fine
of one dollar each, and cost of prosecu
tion. The difficulty grew out of a quar
rel among the children.
Fresh oysters received twice a
week at the City Bakery, Voge'y
Burglars entered C. Scott's store,
at Fairview, last Thursday night and
tapped the till but got nothing. The
noise awoke young Scott who fired
two shots and was in turn fired at by
the marauders. From blood found on
tbe floor Scoot's shot must have wound
ed one. They made good their escape,
leaving tbe identical tools used to
force open Harper's store at North
Washington last winter. Hays' barn
was also entered, it is supposed to
steal horses to aid them in their flight.
A jail bird and bis pal, in North
Washington, are strongly suspected.
Plushes, Velvets and Velveteens
in all the new shades, just received
AT L. STKIN k SON'S.
The total vote in this county last
year, for State Treasurer was as follows:
Bailey, 3,517; Noble, 3327 ; Wolfe,
771. In this Congressional district,
at tbe election in 1880, Miller had 17,
630 votes ; Caldwell, 14,976 and Plum
Tbe total vote caßt in Pennsylvania
in 1876 for President was 757,568, and
tbe Presidential votewasin 1880 , 872,-
800, an increase in four years of 15.2
per cent. Estimating that tbe vote of
tbe State bas increased in tbe same pro.
portiou in the last two years, Pennsyl
vania this year could cast 939,132,
votes. Last year tbe vote should hare
been 905,966, but as only 593,231 votes
votes were cast, tbe stay-at-homes ag
gregated 312,735, considerably more
than one-third of all who were entitled
to tbe elective franchise.
—Now get up at 4 A. M. and see two
Waring's Fertilizers and Peruvian
Quano—for sale bj J. NUHILE it BRO.
—Mr. AlaDd has lately taken some
fine bass out of the creek, at the foot of
—Fresh bread and cakes always on
hand at the City Bakery, Vogely
Register Christy has been on the
sick list for some time, suffering from
a severe cold.
We have the largest and best line
of Black and Colored Cashmeres ever
shown in Butler, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
—Oysters and celery are rapidly
taking the place of ice cream and
Sewing Machine attachments and
repairs of all kinds, at Grieb s Jewelry
—The "Italian itch," is the euphoni
ous name of a cutaneous disease, now
prevalent in the eastern part of the
The central portion of the town
of East Brady, Armstrong county, was
visited by a fire last Friday evening
which destroyed several of the best bus
iness houses in the town anil also the
Presbyterian church. The fire origin
ated in the Hertwick block at about
six o'clock and was not gotten under
control until nine, when a heavy rain
Stoves at rock-bottom prices, at
BEBO & CYPHER'S.
Last week was a festal one for
Philadelphia, the entire week, with
the exception of Saturday, having been
devoted to celebrating the two-hun
dreth anniversary of the landing of
William Penn, on the shores of the
Delaware river. On Sunday there
were memorial services in most of the
churches of the city; on Monday there
was a celebration at Chester, where
Penn first landed; on Tuesday, (the
big day) there was a great marine
display on the river, some men who
impersonated Penn and his party, land
ed from a vessel fixed up to represent
the Welcome, the vessel Penn came
over in, and a procession including
gome twenty thousand persons parad
ed the streets of the city. On Wed
nesday, a procession composed of
tradesmen to the number of 17,000
paraded the streets, Thursday witness
ed a procession ot the Knights 'lem
plar, and Friday one of the Military-
Pennsylvania State Militia, members
of the Grand Army, and detachments
of the State Militia of New Jersey,
West Virginia and Maryland. Grand
preparations had been made for the
occasion and business was generally
suspended in the city during the week.
The celebration is considered to have
been a great success—such things
always are in Philadelphia. Our local
military company, left town in a spec
ial train, Wednesday morning, took
part in the military parade on Friday
and started home Saturday night, get
ting here at 4 o'clock Sunday after
noon, well pleased with their trip.
Starting to Kan to the Fire.
It was in Lowell, Mass. An alarm
of fire was sounded, and the engine
was rapidly driven out of the engine- i
house. One of the horses took fright, _
pranced wildly about, and ran the en
gine against the brick door-frame.
Chief Engineer Hosmer was severely
bruised and two of his ribs were bro
ken. For three weeks the physicians
doctored him. Then a friend brought
him some Perry Davis's Pain Killer.
On being rubbed with this, he was
soon well. Best liniment in the
Sadden DeiilbofUr. Dleffen
On Wednesday of last week Dr. S. R.
Dieffenbacher, dentist of this town, had
»n errand to Cooperstown, Middlesex
Twp., to deliver a set of teeth to Mrs.
Donaldson, who lives near that place.
He drove there that morning, taking
his wife with him, and afterwards took
dinner with Mr. Peter Kramer. Short
ly after dinner he walked over to where
some men were building a stable for
Mr. Rasley. Here he swung a heavy
Bledge once or twice, driving a wedge
and then while talking to one of the
men, a few moments afterwards, sud
denly threw his fcrms up and saying
"catch me," fell senseless, and almost
immediately expired. His wife ran to
his assistance, and plaoing her hand on
bis heart found that it was still throb
bing or rather fluttering violently, but
it stopped entirely io a few moments.
Mrs. D. was placed in" her buggy and
brought home and the hearse was sent
for the corpse. On the previous Fri
day the Dr. was at Cooperstown with
bis daughter and on the way home
talked seriously to her regarding his
decease,of which he seems to have had a
premonition and explained to her his
arrangements regarding his life insur
ance. He has lately had two attacks
of numbness or paralysis of the left
arm, one about the middle of Septem
ber and the other on the 3nd of of Oc
tober, and for some years be has been
troubled with lightness and digainess
of the bead. His sudden death, how
ever was entirely unexpected, and was
a terrible blow to his family. He was
about 56 years of age, and was bom in
Luzerne county, and has been in busi
ness in Butler for over twenty years.
A po&t-mortem examination was
mads on Friday evening, when it was
found that the valves of the heart were
not ruptured and that paralysis of the
heart was the cause of bis sudden death,
Hii life vie insured in different orders
and companies to the amount of about
One morning while he (her husband)
was holding her up in order that she
could breath more easily, after having
struggled with a bad spell of coughing,
ho made the remark that he did not
believe she would ever get well, when
she, in her weakness, said: "Yes, I
will, if you bring Dr. Hartman." The
doctor was brought. He prescribed a
teaspoonful of Peruna every hour.
She began to improve from tbe first
dose she took. She told me to-day
she has never felt better in her life
than she does now, and that she can
qot say too much for Peruna.
A. J. MILLER.
Her husband wrltesj "South Cbir
cago, 111., Dec. 19, 1881: I have a liv
ing witness of the virtue of Pernna in
i my wife, who was saved from death
• by it. I certify that every word on
s / page 30 in Dr. H ar tman's book on the
[ "Ills of Life" is true in every partlcu-
I lar T. S. EBERUNK
♦ Stitlw* t» tBB3+
FALL AXI> WINTER.
Extraordinary Large and Attractive
stock of New Fall Dress goods, SilKs,
Plushes, Velvets, &c.
Attractive Prices. Bargains in all
kinds of .Dry Goods and Trimmings,
Cashmeres Black and Colored—the
very best goods for lowest prices.
Hosiery, Passmentries, Spanish and
Guipure Laces, Ladies' cloths in all
shades, Flannels, Blankets, Ladies',
Gents' and Childrens' Underwear,
Towels, Napkins. Table Linens, yarns,
Gloves, Jeans, Cassimeres, Tickings,
Muslins, Quilts, Lace Curtains,
Shawls, Buttons, Fringes, Corsets and
Infant's Robes, Skirts, Capes, Hoods
and Sacks, Fur Trimmings, Ladies',
Misses' and Childrens' Coats and
Jackets, Ladies' Dolmans, &c.
Our assortment and our Low Prices
Quailty of goods considered—are the
inducements which we offer. Give me
a call. A. TROUTMAN, Butler, Pa.
Faded articles of all kinds re
stored to their original beauty by Dia
mond Dyes. Perfect and simple. 10
cents, at all druggists.
Two young girls, strangers to this
community, and whose ages are about
thirteen and fourteen, were committed
to jail on last Monday, on a
charge of larceny, preferred by
Mr. Spohn, of Summit township.
These girls arrived at Mr. Spohn's
home last Saturday evening. They
had been walking, gave their names as
Gilmore, from Freeport, and asked to
stay over uight, as they had no money
to pay for a night's lodging in Butler.
They left the house next morning about
8 o'clock, aud Mr. Spohn and his fam
ily went to church about nine, noticing
on their way, the two girls sitting on
the railroad" track, reading the Pitts
burgh papers, that they had brought
to the house with them. Mr. Spohn
and family went to church aad after
wards visited at a neighbor's, and did
not get home until four o'clock that
afternoon when they found that a pauo
of glass had been removed, the sash
had been raised, the house entered and
some valuable clothing—good dresses,
dolmans, etc., —stolen. Lying on the
ground, just outside the window were
two of the papers that the girls had
been reading, which convinced Mr. S.
that they were the thieves. He search
ed the neighborhood for them, unsuc
cessfully, and then came to Butler that
night and made information before Esq.
Keck, who sent officers down the rail
roads to Freeport and Bald Ridge,
who not finding them came back, and
hearing from Peter Kramer that he
had passed two girls on the plank road
that morning, started after them and
found them in the woods near Renfrew
City, with the stolen goods in their
possession. They refused to give
their proper names or any information
regarding themselves and were locked
up for a hearing.
COURT HOUSE MEWS.
CIVIL CAUSES DISPOSED OF LAST WEEK.
N. Goldinger vs. Anthony Goldinger;
Oct. 23, 1882, jury called and Bworn,
and same day on motion of plaintiff a
juror withdrawn, and same day plaintiff
discontinues his action and, therefore,
judgment against him for costs.
E. A. Lytle vs. G. W. Ziegler and
M. A. Ziegler, administrators of John
B. McQuistion, dec'd; verdict for
plaintiff for $61.60.
M E. Roenigk, for use of C. Roenigk,
vs. H. W. Roenigk; verdict for de
G. C. Roenigk, Executor of M. E.
Roenigk vs. H. W. Roenigk; verdict
for plaintiff for $173.80.
John K Gilcrist vs. Robert Mc-
Dowell ; verdict for plaintiff for $243.82-
P. A. llattigan vs the county of
Butlor; verdict for plaintiff for $52.92.
Willis Collins vs. John Briscoe,
slander; verdict for plaintiff for cents.
William Bastian and wife vs. P. &
W R. R. Co.; judgment confessed.
Samuel Swan vs. John Kirkwood ;
verdict for plaintiff for $24.78.
0., W. E. and Joshua Kelly, vs.
Abuer Kelly ; plaintiffs suffer a volun
tary nonsuit and judgment against
them for costs.
Robert Ash vs. James Sutton ; case
surnuisanee, Oct. 27, jury called and
sworn. This case is not finished.
All other cases ou the list were con
Messrs, Robert Biudman and Jacob
Wolford, made a new information for
pe-jury, vs. Ksq. John Smith last Sat
urday and Smith was arrested. Hia
attorney srot ont a writ of habeus corpus
and he was taken before the Court,
(Judge McJunkin) who ordered that
the hearlug in the case be continued
until the first day of the second week
of the next term, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
and as the defendant is now under
recognizance to appear at that time to
answer to an indictment charging sub
stantially the same act of perjury, be
is not required to enter recognizance in
this case. Same day the commonwealth
entered its protest against this order.
John E. Fithiao has brought suit
against the V P. Chqrch, of Fairview,
and Frank Stewart, contraotor.
Mrs, Josie Stoughton has brought
suit for divorce, for reason of desertion.
C. B. MERCER, M. D.
EASILY PROVEN —lt is easily prov
en that malarial fevers, constipation,
torpidity of the liver and kidneys, gen
eral debility, nervousness, and neural
gic ailments yield readily to this great
disease conquerer, IJop Bitters. Jt re
pairs the ravages of disease by conver
ting the food into rich blood, and it
gives new life and vigor to the aged
and infirm always.
Dolmans, Coats, Jackets, etc., etc.,
at very low prices, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
See the splendid line of Cloths,
Sacking, Flannels, Waterproofs, etc.,
AT L. STEIN & SON'S.
Everybody invited to call and ex*
amine our stock of Fall and Winter
Goods, no trouble to show goods aud
quote prices, at
L. STEIN & BON'S.
Laces, Ribbons, Buttons, Corsets
lllosiery, Gloves, etc., at exceedingly
ow prices, at L. STEIN & SON'S.
New Goods, New Goods, just re
ceived, call aud examine our stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
L. STEIN 4 SON.
Full line of Yarns, Zephyrs, Can
vas and all materials for fancy work, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
Kentucky Jeans and tweeds from
cents a yard up, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
%*"Skill and patience succeed
where force fails '' The quiet skill
and patient rest-arch which brought
forth Kidney-Wort illustrates the
truth of this fable. Its grand success
everywhere isadmited. Disease never
; comes to us without a cause Ask
any good physician the reason and he
will tell you something interferes with
! the warking of the great organs.
Kiddev-Wort enables them to over
come "all ebstructions and preserves
perfect health. Try a box or a bottle
By the election proclamation the
voters of this county have the right to
vote next Tuesday on what is known
as the "Sheep Law." At the bottom
of tickets sent to each district will
therefore be seen the words, "sheep
law," and all desiring to vote for
the law will so write on said ticket,
thus, "For the Sheep Law and
those desiring to vote against the
law will so write; thus, "Against
the Sheep Law." They should be
voted as a separate ticket. Read the
law as seen in the Sheriff's election
American Institute on Pure
The President and a Committee
from the farmer's Club, of the Ameri
can Institute, have visited Speer's
Vineyards aud Wine Cellars, and they
report that the Port Grape \\ iue of
Alfred Speer, of Passaic, New Jersey,
is the most reliable wine to be obtained.
It is now being used by physicians
who are the most choice in the selec
tion of wines for convalescent patients.
The principal hospitals in New York
have adopted this wine. It is for sale
by I). 11. Wuller,
Dabb's Artlwtlc Efforts.
No visitor to the Pittsburgh Exposi
tion misses l)abbs' display in the north
gallery. The beautiful scenic acces
ories, the fiue artistic finish of the pic
ures, the graceful easy attitude of all
he individuals photographed, all the
things taken together render this de
partment a favorable resort for every
body. The collection includes pictures
of many of our best known society peo
ple, for Mr. Dabbs' is certainly the
leading fashionable photographer of
Geo. W. Shaffer, Agent office
with K. Marshall Esq., Brady Block,
Butler Pa. mayl7-tf
Ca (arrh of llie Bladder.
Stinging, smarting, irritation of
the urinary passages, diseased dis
charges, cured by Buchupaiba. sl. at
druggists. Prepaid by express, $125,
6 for $5. E. S. Wells, Jersey City,
So© & woman in another column, on horse
jack, picking grapes frotc which Speer's Port
Irape Wine is made, and that is so highly es
eemed by the medical profession, for the use of
nvalids. weakly persons and the aged. Sold by
Drncgists. Nov. 1 y.
Twenty Years oi Outlawry.
Very different from the ordinary run of
jlood-and-thunder stories is Dr. Dicus' autben
ic "Lives and adventures of Frank and Jesse
James." With the death of Jesse and surreii
ler of Frank James, the record of the remark
ible band of out laws whom they led passes
nto history, where it will always form one of
he most thrilling pages in American annals.
Vs one of the editors of the St. Louis Rtpubh
•an and a member of the Missouri Legislature,
Dr. Ducus had every means of getting at the
nside facts of their extraordinary careers, and
•ven spent many weeks among the friends
md family of the outlaws in Missouri,
vhere he obtained all the facts concerning
heir antecedents and ancestry-, and also a vast
unount of information, at first hand, con
:erning their numberless train and band rob
>eries; their dushiug raids and vengeful mur
lers during the twenty years of their career in
is many States and territoires. Bold, dashing
ind seemingly reckless' their marvelous story
8 one of absorbing interest, yet so graphically
las the taleuted author narrated it, that the
eader never loses sight of the grim back groud
■emiudiug hiinthat "the way of the transgres
orishard." Tbe details of the tragedy
vhich ended Jesse's career are particularly
rivid and the pen pictures of Frank appeared in
he sceues attending his surrender to the
governor at Jefferson City are life-like in the
■xtreuie. The book contains over 500 pages
ind is illustrated with 70 engravings, includ
ng portraits of the outlaws, their oomrades,
iheir wives, their children born in outlawry,
ind other memembers of the.r family; por
raitsofGoy. Crittenden and the Ford boys;
he homestead where Frank and Jesse were
>orn reared, etc. The book is sold by sub
iciption and affords a rare opportunity to agents,
tis published by N. D. Thompson <fc Co., of
"few York and St, Louis, whose auuouuce
ncnt appears iu another column.
CORRECTED BY BELLIS & MILLER.
Country Produce, Grain, etc.
Butter per pound - - - 28
Eggs per dozen - - - 3d
Spring chickens per pair * - 40
[)nioQ« per bushel 50
Potatoes per bushel - - 40
\pples per bushel - - - 1.00
Beans, white navies - - 2.00
Data per bushel 4ft
R,ye per bushel . - - P>o
S T o. 1 wheat per bushel 1)5 &1 00
An o'd physician, retired from pract'oe. hav
ing had placed in his hands by an East In'"*
Missionary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the speedy and permanent cure for
[Consumption. Bronchitis. Catarrh. Asthma and
ill throat and Lung Affections, also a positive
»nd radical cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous Complaints, after having tested its
wonderful curative powers in thousacds of
eases, hn felt it his duty to make it known to
his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive
and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will
send free of oharge, to all who de»ire it, 'bis re
cipe, in German, Frenoh or English, with ruU
directions for preparing and using. Sent by
mail by addressing with stamp iin tiling the
paper, W. A. NOVKB, 14'J Power's Block, Roches
ter, N. Y. octll,l3t,eow
No. 2. SEPT. TEBM. 1882.
In the matter of the final account of
Hartman, administrator of the estate of Wll
iam J. Campbell, deceased, lute of Millers
town, Butler Co., Pa., T
To the creditors of the estate of W llliam J.
Campbell and all others interested.
That having been appointed Auditor by the
Court to make distribution of the balance of
the above estate among those entitled thereto,
i will attend to the duties of my appointment
at my office in Butler on Friday October JO,
1882, at one o'clock P. M.
oct4,3t GF-O. C. PILLOW.
The CHEAT FF.MA.LB RKMKUY is prepared
by the WOMEN'S MKDICAI. INKTITITE (IK
BUFFALO, N. Y., and is their favorite pre
scription for ladies who are suffering from any
weakness or complaints oommon to the sex.
It Is sold by druggists at $1 per bottle. Ladies
can obtain advice FREE. Send stamp for names
of those who been CUBED.
# \ 198 LIBERTY ST. 9
FABMFRA and FARXCBII' SOW
CAN MAKE HBIBUMW.
Siring the F»ll .nl Wintc. '"lip'." 1 !*'!, » d i reM -
J. c. McCardj A C», PktU4elpkU, Fm.
C-Cfta wweK in your own town, 'ferins aiul
>DDoutllt free. Address U. HALLETT & Co,
Portland, Maine. maris ,
evtr shnwn in our immense stori 8.
BLACK AKli COLOItED SILKS,
BROCADE VELVETS, AND PLtJSHES.
Imported Dress Goods in Fine Suitings
Ecibroiiltrod Drees Fatterua, Colored Cashmeres
C&mplete assortment of Mourning Goods.
Table Linens and Towels. I.aee Cnrtaine and
Cretonnes. Kid Gloves largest variety in Fos
ter ILok and MoutqneUire. Ladies and Misses
I'utL-nvoue. 60 styles of Corsets.
IMITATION AND REAL LAOES.
Ladies' Lineu Collars.
New Colors in Ribbons and Feathers.
Latest Novelties in Dress Trim
mings, Braids and Gimps
During this month we open daily,
choice Paris Styles in Ladies
Wraps and Suits,
JACKETS FOB GIBLB.
KILT SUITS AND COATS FOB BOYS.
Oar Seal Dolmans aDd Sacques
are unequaled in quality. We have them made
to tit perfectly any measure.
All visitors to Pittsburgh are cor
dially invited to call and inspect our
display of desirable goods.
Mens' Famishing Goods a Specialty,
JOSEPH HORDE & CO/S
197, 199, 201 and 203 Penn Avenne,
OLD . COUNTRY
PAT N O MOKE FKIIOUT ON GROCERIES. j
The Largest and Most Complete
IN THE UNITED STATES
FRKIGHT PHBPAin WITHIN 50 MILHS OF OUR CITT
Order of f25 and upwards, freight prepaid.
Orders o» 150 and upwards, freight prepaid.
Or if preferable, a discouut allowed ol
Orders ol SIOO and upwards, freight prepaid,
or a discount ol 3 per cent.
PARTIES LIVING OVER 50 MILES FROM PITTSBURG
Orders of s,'s or upwards, a discount of 2 per
• Orders of f-50 and upward*, a disco ant of 2>£
Orders of SIOO or upwards, a discount of 3
Single families not withing to buy $25 worth
■>r over can eluo together with another family
which will place ihem in the same position as
laruer buyers. No charge for boxing.
tfyi'lwuiß send for our Monthly Price List
[Housekeepers Guide,) a book ot 24 pages, aiv
ng all our prices and a complete description,
;o parties ordering liviug out of the city on
Wm. Haslage & Son,
mnlO.ly PITTSBURGH, PA:
831 THE CULTIVATOR 1883
THE BEST OF THE
THE COUNTKY GENTLEMAN is the LEADING
rouitNAL ol Ameiican Agriculture. In amount
,nd practical value of contents, in extent and
bility ot correspondence, in quality of paper
nd style ol publication, it occupies ihc JIK3T
tANK. It is believed to have no superior in
itiftr of the three chief divisions ol
: arm Crops and Processes,
Horticulture & Fruit-Growing.
Live Stock and Dairying,
vhile It also Includes all minor departments of
ural lulercsts, such as the Poultry Yard
[utoiooloicy, Bee-Keeping, Greeuhouse and
Jrapery, \ eierlnary Replies. Farm Questions
nd Answer*, Fireside Heading, Domestic Econ
>my, and a summary ot the News ol the Week,
ts MARKET REPORTS arc unusually complete,
.nd much attention is paid to the Prospects of
lie Crops, as thiowing light upon one of the
nos». important ofall questions— tV/ieti to Huy
mil When to Sell. It is liberally illustrated,
nd 1* intended to supply, in a continually in
•rensing degree, and in the best sense of the
Live Agricultural Newspaper
The Volume ol T»IE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN
or ISB2 was GREATLY ENLARGED by in
:rcasintr its size from lt> to 20 pages weekly,
>ut the tcims still eontiuue as follows, when
'aid strictly jn advance: ONE COPY, one year,
>2.50; Poult C'OJMBs, #lO, and an additional
ropy for the year free to the sender ol the Club,
TEN CoI'IES, #2O, and an additional copy for
lie year free to the sender of the Club.
tfjjf All New Subseiibers for 1883, paying in
idvance now, wit.t. RECEIVE THE PAPER
iVKKKLY, from receipt of remittance to
Fairuaiy Ist, 18S3, WITHOUT CHARGE
COPIES KUEE. Address
.UTHER TUCKER &. SON, Publishers,
ALBAN/, N. Y.
AGEXTS! AGENTS! AGGKT6I
For GEN. DODGE'S bran' new Look, entitle)
OUR WILD INDIANS!
A true record of the Author's Thirty Three Yearf Pmxmal Ex.
perienoe among our Indians. dj' With an able Introduction
B y Gen. S
This new work WM at once •übscribed for by President
Arthur and tntire Cabinet. and by Oen. Sherman, (ien.
Grant, dm. Sheridan, Gen. Hancock, and thousands of Em
inent Men. Gejt. O»A?TT says: -"/ lit hook on Indian
Lift cvayeritttn." BISHOP WILET (Methodist,) says
is a book oj immrrme value." It IN the o.n/y authentic account
of our Indians ever published, fully revealing their "Inner
life," secret doinfa* exploits, etc. It is replete with thrilling
experiences of the Author, and of famous Scouts, Trappers,
Cow-boys, Miners, Borikr fytifQaus, e|c., vividly portraying
f,lfe in the Qrc&t V«*st as it now it. -$Sd thousand in prett.
With Bteel Engraving* and Superb Chrorao-Lithograph
Plates in 15 colore, from photographs made by the V. 8.
Government exjn-eMly for this great itnrk.
AGENTSt This grand book is now out-selling all others
lO to 1. No eom/tefition. A rents average 10 to *0 orders
a day. We want 1000 more agents at once. Exclusive
Territory ami Social Terms given. Our large circulars with
full paiticulars tent free. A fine Specimen Plate sent ta
otUlition for a 3 cent stnmp. Address the sole publishers,
A. n. WORTHING TOV * CO., HARTFORD. CO*m.
i IS A SURE CURE !
| for nil disease# of the Kidneys »nd I
LIVER — , i
It hH specific action on this mmt Important
] 1 organ, cnabUnir It to throw off torpidity and i
' tnaoUou, stimulating the healthy secretion of ,
the «"», and by koeping tho bowels In free .
I oonditlon. effecting iu regular discharge.
■■olnvio If yon are suffering lYom
| Malaria< malaria,havo tho chills, I
are bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated. Kidney*
Wort will surely relievo and quickly cure. >
I In the Spring to oleanse tho System, every
one should take a thorough course of it.
I | <1- SOLD BY DRUOOISTS^PrIseS^j.;
HctoCuU. I'lcera, Boil* ? Piuipl ,
and sll'Hlooa IU WUI. J*'■
m I rop's riltsbursh, P». SUJ bg DruggitU attd
€j CHARLES B. GRIEB.
HATS. CAPS, k
7? CENTS'rtJRNTSHINGUOODS, £
£ Main St., liullcr. Pn. d
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MY FRIENDS: \
I am a rambling wreck of nudity, I»
Frogg, Esq., at your service, advertising
igent for the best Jewelry bouse iu this
section. I wish to iuform the public
that a full line of WATCHES, CLOCKS, tKfeS^jj|P
JEWELRY, PLATED AND SILVER. \BSfißy
VVA HE,is now being offered at astouishiug- *
iy low prices at the popular and reliable.
Note What an old and Reliable House can do Regarding Prices.
Round Nickel Clocks at....„ $ 1 00 i A Good Striking Clock, walnut case 3 00 Nickel Watch at 3 00
" " " with alarms 1 50 " " " " " 8 day 3 66 Nickel Watch, Stem Winder 4 00
A Good Striking Clock 200 | 2 Oz. Silver Case, with Amer'u movement 10 Oti'.J " " cloned in the back 450
Ladies Gold Watches at sl2 75
All kinds of Sewing Machine Needles at 35 cents per dozen, and No. 1 Sperm Oil at 10 cents per bottle.
The only place in Butler where you can find a full and complete stock of KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, Ac
1847.—Rogers Bros.—A I.—none genuine unless stamped ("1847. — Rogers Bros.—A 1.") I also carry a full line of
Eye Glasses and Spectacles, suitable for all eyes and mounted in the most elegant and substantial manner, and am of
fering very superior goods at the most reasonable rates. Repairing of Watches and Clocks receives our very strict at
tention, and is done promptly and warranted. E. GRLEIi, Main Street, Butler, Pa.
in MAN j
WHO ISUNAOQOAIHTCO WITH THE •»00»A*HV O# TMISOuUM
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLUID&F&CIPIC R'T '
By the central position of its lino, connects tho
£i»st and the West by the ahortest route, and csr
nes paaaeufers, without change of cara, between
Chicago and Kanaas City, Council Blurts.,Leaven
worth. Atchison, Minneapolis and Bt. Paul. It
eonaecta in Union Depots with all ike prmc.pal
lines ot road between the Atlantic and the Pacific
Oceana. Ito equipment is unriv.il ?d and xnagnifl
cent, being compoaed of Moat Comfortable and
Beautiful Day Coochea, Magniflcent llorton Re
clining Cbn:r Cara, Pullmau's Prettiest Poises
Bleeping Cars, and the Beat Line of Dining Cars
in the World. Throe Trains between Chicago and
Miaaouri River Points. Two Traina between Chi
sago and Minneapolis and at. Paul, via the Famoaa
"ALBERT LEA ROUTE.'"
A New and Direct Line, via Seneca and Kanka
kee, has recently been opened between Richmond,
Norfolk, Newport News, Chattanooga. Atlanta. Au
fusta, Nashville, Louisville, Lexington,Cincinnati,
ndianapoli* ana Lafayette, and Omaha, Minn.ap
olis and St. Paul and intermediate pointa.
All Through i'aaaengerii Travel ou Faat JErpress
Tickets for sale at Ml principal Ticket Offices in
the United States and Canada.
Baggage checked through and rates of fare oL
way i as low aa competitors that oiler less advon-
For detailed information, get the Maps and Pold-"
srs of the
CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,
At your nearest Ticket OfSej. or addreaa
R. R. CABLE. E. ST. JJHN,
VlmFrca. 4 Gen I M'« r. Qtm'l TtU k fm. Aft.
Webb'a Eclectric Medicine
Is a positive and erfmual remedy for all Ner
vous Diseases in every stage of life—young or old,
male or female. Such as Ympotency, I rostratlon,
loss of Strength. l«*s of Vitality. l)efectiv« Memo
ry Impalmi Brain I'ov. er, and ilise.ises from
wliieh an »f'' si-rli'lP. all of
which cannot (ail to undermine Ow while■M-sUI .
F.verv organ is wrttkenert. every i»tfer fltosfrnted,
and inanv forms of dl**«e which,
il not cheeked, pave the way to an early death. It
reluviiiates age and rvin*igorates youth.
Each package contains sufficient for two weeks
treatment Write for pamphlet, which will be
sent free, with full particulars.
' Sold bv all at 50 eentt ft package, or
twelve package* for SB.OO. Will I>e sent free by
in-iil nil rM'ffini of money. I»Y ■•dfftswMf
'''w-hKi.RfTHIC MIiWCINR CO.
A cure guaranteed, Buffalo, N. Y.
Sold bv I). H. Wuller, Butler. I a. JanJ :1>
Whereas letters of administration have beon
granted bv the Register to the Undersigned
upon the estate ot Charles Oswald. Sr. laie of
Oakland twp Butler contitf.Pa. floo d Allpersoim
who know thomselve« indebte I to said estate
will ni»He iiflme<\iato payment, and those
bavinr, claims against tho same will present
properly authenticated for settlement
Either to myself or my Attorney,
J B McJUNKIN, PHILIP OSWALD,
Att*v for Adiu'r Administrator
Oot 17, 1883 No 8710 Butler Bt Pitts l'a
GUENTHER'S LUNG HEALEB,
IMI'BOVE THE liooa. rOB THE CCBB Olf
Sj.ittinn of Blood, Bion-
Cliilis, Cou, ha. Colds, C u
ar 'd of (he I'uU
THAnpt'MARt ?\ V ice and Si 00,
Agk fol|r p r|lggbt 7 or iL
tiJIVIIIKIt A. CO ( i'll Rburch. V*.
1 Cumloaronhwt. Safe and certain
method. Little or no pattu Without
out tiiifi nr t vino- Best care and board
for patients, $5 to $S iter week.. For
; circulars and other information ad
dress, Dr. ft. Jftti Ite oer,'
BV3 French Street, Erie, Pa.
Free Excursion lo the Pittsburgh Exposition!
IX & W. ©. WELTY,
Carpet and Wall Paper Dealers,
NOS. 118 AND 120 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
Make the following inducements to country buyers daring ths continuance of the Exposition:
To those coming a diet an oe of live miles and purchasing goods to tbe amount of (S, Ui«
amount paid for oar fare will be refunded in cash; 10 miles and amounting to 910, far# refunded;
15 uiiloa and purchasing goods to amount of *ls fare refunded; 20 miles and purchasing goods
to amount of S2O, fare refund d-
We are now located in our tpacious rooms, Not. 118 and 120 Federal street. Allegheny, for
merly occupied bv Boggs A Bull 1, where our stock is full and complete aud eutirely new in CAR
PETS. WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, CCRTAINB and COR
NICES, aud everything kept in a lirst-class Carpet aud Wall Paper Store. Sept. 30 3 m
-! m AND^sTcSo^rFURtITURE°EMPORIUM, 11 j <
No. 42 South Diamond, Allegheny City, Pa.
We have all kinds of Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Store Fixtures, Household Goods, Bar*
ber Chairs, &.C., for sale at low prices.
We buy for cash at low pi ices from the manufacturer, and parties who are leaving tbe dty
therefore can sell at corre*iK>udiugly low prices. Parties in need of goods in oar line will tind it to
their interest to call aud see our stock and learn our prioes. ang. 28,3 m.
EXPOSITION OF FURNT T U RE.
i ' When visiting Allegheny City call aadsee
KEYSTONE BOILER WORKS.
281% AND RAILROAD STS., PITTSBURGH. PA.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOILERS
All Kinds of Boilers & Sheet Iron Work Made to Order.
Oil Stills, Tanks, Rolling Mill Stacks, etc. Repairing done promptly. Correspondence
To impart a PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATION has, for many years and with great suc
cess been the aim of Duff's College. ... . j
The faithful btudent has here facilities for such a training as will qualify lum for an Immed
iate entrance upon practical 'lutie» iu any sphere of life.
For circulars address P. DDK F A SONS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOOKKEEI'ISO. published by Harper A Broe., minted ill colors. 400 pagea. Ilia
argeat work on the soience published. A work for bankers, railroads, business men and practual
countants. Pi ice SU.OO. sept.27,Bw.
NSW and SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
Cushion Furniture. Carpsts, Stoves. Store Fixtures of all Kinds
Household Goods. &c.. at
THOMAS & DI HlfW,
409 Pcnn Avcrue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
If von d-Mro to fumi*-'i vour U ms\ or aaonra any piooaof fumitnrs from a cradle u? to
tbe lltieht warJro' e, .V , von an lx> supplied here. As the fall ««.*HOII IS near at baud,
I we notify our i sirens in time (bat liny can recur© bargains, not only in piloe^lbut in
selection of (roods, uhicb l.ave now in store. We are located witbui a few steps of
1 the Union IVnot where vim Isnd oil arriving in Ibis city.
tiooilx delivered free of charge to any train, if dc-ired. immediately after purchase.
AT 1 GRIBB'S.