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Redemption of Check Stamps.
The Comptroller of the Currency has
received many letters in reference to
the redemption of two cent check
stamps. He says the two cent check
stamp is not required hy law to be
need alter July I next. The law pro
rides for the redemption of stamps used,
provided they are presented for pay
ment within three years from the time
of purchase for the "Government.
Couldn't Speak Above a Whisper.
This was Captain Harding's exper
ience after exposure in a violent storm
off the Cape of Good Hope. Inflamma
tion settled in his throat, and for a
while it seemed as if he would die of
diphtheria. As the Captain never
goes to sea without a supply of Perry
Davis's Pain Killer, he knew just what
to do. A dose of it gave immediate
Annie was six years old and was
going to school with a sister of nine.
One afternoon when school was near
Its close, her uncle came by and pro
posed to carry them home. The elder
girl was at the head of her class and
would not leave, but Annie said, "All
right, Uncle Buck! I'll go. lam foot
and can't get any footer.
«Dr. Benson's Celery and Cham
omile Pills, are worth their weight in
gold in nervous and sick headache.'
Dr. A. H. Schlichter, of Baltimore.
Whoever makes too much or too
little of himself has a false measure for
Are You Exposed.
To malaria influences? then protect
vour system by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic. It strengthens the liver and
kidneys to throw off malaria poisons,
and is good for general debility and
No, sir," said the practical man, "no
bric-a-brac on the mantle for me ! It's
a nuisance. Where's a man to put
BATTLE CREEK, Mich , Jan. 31, 1879.
Gentlemen: —Having been afflicted
for a number of years with indigestion
and general debility, by the advice of
my doctor I used Hop Bitters, and
must say they afforded me almost in
stant relief. lam glad to be able to
testify in their behalf. .
THOS. G. KNOX.
—The railway passenger train
agents are discussing the subject of
transportation of corpses. This will
no doubt be of interest to deadheads.
Many families pride themselves on
their noble ancestry; but here, in this
democratic country we do not care so
much about our pedigree as our health;
or, at least, that ought to be the prin
cipal object of our solicitude. We can
not have good health without pure,
rich blood. When the blood is out of
order, disease manifests itself in the
skin and flesh, and in fact, all parts of
the body. To be restored to health,
take Scovill's Sarsaparilla or Blood &
Liver Syrup. Physicians speak in the
highest ter ms of this medicine.
Dr. Everett, Cooper Plains, Stuben
county, N. Y., mentions two cases of
Scrofula and Erysipelas in which Sco
vill's Sarsaparilla or Blood and Liver
Syrup effected a cure, and says, "I
think it one of the best purifiers of the
day. It has met with perfect success
in every case that I have used it.''
—Mme. Modjeska says her name
properly spelled is Modezejewska.
But what of that! Our Emma Ab
bott's real name is Bjemmaj Bjabbottj.
The moment there is danger of im
pairment of the mind from excessive
nervous exhaustion, or where there
exists forebodings of evil, a desire for
solitude, shunning and avoiding com
pany, vertigo and nervous debility, or
when insanity has already taken place,
Peruna and Manalin should be implic
itly relied on. But it is never well to
wait so long before treatment is com
menced. The early symptoms are
loss of strength, softness of the mus
cles, dim or weak sight, peculiar ex
pression of the face and eyes, coated
tongue, with impaired digestion; or
in others, certain powers are only lost,
while they are otherwise enjoying
comparatively good health. In all
these Peruna and Manalin should at
once be taken.
—The coming rage in b»ir is a soft
and tender red, like that of a tomato
which has grown old and lost useful
Time and Expense Saved.
Hard workers are subject to bilious
attacks which may end in dangerous
illness. Parker's Ginger Tonic keeps
the kidneys and liver active, and pre
venting the attack saves sickness,
time and expense.— Detroit Press.
—A lawyer is not anything like as
great a curiosity as the champion thin
roan, but it costs more to see bim. —
%*"Neglect old frienda for the
sake of new, and lose both." But re
member that Kidney-Wort is a friend
you cannot sfford to neglect. Plasters
may relieve, but they can't care that
lame back, for the kidneys are the
trouble and you want a remedy to act
directly on their secretions, to purify
and restore their healthy condition.
Kidney-Wort has that specific action.
What the Iron Masters Say.
The iron masters interviewed on the
tariff have been unanimous in their
declarations that under the new law a
reduction in all clashes of workmen will
lie necessary. If this is persisted in, it
will very probably result in a general
strike, as a number of employes seen
to-day assert tbat anv attempt to re
duce wages will be stubbornly resisted.
Will T. Montelius, Mt. Carmel, Pa.
says: "Brown's Iron Bitters thorough
ly cured me of indigestion and general
—Fashion has so many new wrinkles
that people growing old are afraid of,
Dairy farming is more difficult and
laborious than sheep farming. Sheep
culture has many advantages over rat
tle raising, as also over dairying.
There is a necessity of eheep husband
ry for meat production. The rapid in
crease of population, the sarcity and in
creasing price of beef, the inferiority of
pork in healtbfulness and nutrition,
.tend to the increase of mutton eating.
And it is not the results in the econo
my of meat and wool alone, we may
add, but from an economical standpoint
in feeding the soil ; no factor in its
wealth occupies a more prominent po
sition than sheep. This hes been test
ed and found to be most valuable in its
application to all the economies of farm
establishment and development.
Four Lives Saved.
Dr. Bull' Cough Syrup relieved
four of my children of a most alarming
attack of Whooping Cough from
which their necks became so swollen
as to prevent them from swallowing.
Nothing would give them even tem
porary relief, until this Syrup was
tried. One bottle, in one night, saved
their lives, I verily believe.
GEO. W. EABHART.
Captain of Police, Baltimore, Md.
The Star Route counsel, Messrs.
Bliss and Merrick, are receiving pretty
heavy pay. They each get $l5O per
day, Sundays included, and Mr. Bliss
also receives an allowance of $lO per
day for his board. When he travels to
and from New York he has equally
large perquisites. Senator Aan Wyck,
of Nebraska, attacked this item in the
appropriation bill with great vigor, and
charged Attorney General Brewster
with being responsible for this scanda
lous expenditures of money. Senator
Don Cameron, while Van Wyck was
speaking, interrupted him in a bullying
manner, and ordered him to stop ; and
when Van Wyck, eutirely disregarding
his imperial command, went on wiih
his speech, Cameron broke in again,
and shaking his fist at the Nebraska
Senator, again ordered him to
abusing the Attorney General. Some
try to excuse him by saying be was
sick, but"Pennsylvania will condone his
absence from the Senate when he is
sick if he can not behave himself like a
gentleman and a Senator.— Ex.
A boy with a top tried to spin it,
But his hand got a tfcorn right in it,
The sport didn't spoil,
For St. Jacobs Oil,
Cured the hurt in less than a minit.
A red-haired clerk in Savannah,
Slipped on a piece of banana,
Great pain he endured,
But St. Jacobs Oil cured,
He now goes dancing with Hannah.
The eagle feels best soaring hun
dreds of feet above the earth, but the
minute you get a man on a platform
ten inches high his knees weaken, his
face looks like the shell of a boiled
crab, and he can't remember a word
beyond "fellow-citizens."— Philadel
Cure or no Pay.
As soon as the wonderful powers of
Wilsonia Magnetic Appliances were
proven, a company was formed in
New York with a capital of one hun
dred thousand dallars, to place them
upon tne market. This combanv
gives written guarantees to cure or
return the money. Nothing could be
fairer than this, and their reference is
one of the strongest Banks in New
York City. See advertisement on
—A Scotchman having hired him
self to a farmer, had a cheese set down
before bim, that he might help him
self. After some time the master said
to him: 'Sandy, you take a long time
to breakfast.' 'ln troth, master,' said
Sandy, 'a cheese o' this size is nae sae
soon eaten as yc may think.'
The art of fermeuting the Oporto
Grape into wine in this country has
been brought to a greater degree of
perfection by Mr. Alfred Speer, of
New Jersey, than by any other per
son; and his wine is very popular as
an evening wine as well as for the
communion table and for invalids.
For Bale by D. H. WULLER.
—Joseph Smith fell down the cellar
stairs the other day and broke his left
leg, his right arm, two ribs, his nose,
one finger, cut his scalp, sprained his
ankle, and put his shoulder out of
joint. He was picked up insensible,
and, on recovering, evidently was a
little bewildered as to what had oc
curred, for his first question was:
"Whom did they nominate?"
—You can keep your hair abundant
and glossy, and retain its youthful
color, with Parkers Hair Balsam.
—'What d'ye leave the door wide
open for?' exclaimed the gentleman in
the office to the intruding peddler.
'Oi thought sunr,' was the quick reply,
Ithat ye moight want to kick me down
stairs, and Oi wanted to make it con
vauient for ye, surr." The gentleman
was so taken back that he bought two
apples for five cents, passing off a bad
quarter in the transaction.
"Hue Dr..«'.• no end of medicine:
no relief. Dr. Bun son'B Skin Cure
has driven away all eruption and Pm
nearly well." Ida C. Young, Hamil
—How to get out of a scrape—Let
your beard grow.
—A foul wrosg—Your hen in your
—Commercial travelers consider
hash a hotel horror.
To all those who are suffering from the cr
ror* and indiscretions of youth, nervou-*
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &e.,-
I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE
jOF CHARGE. This great remedy was dis
covered hy a missionary in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the REV.
JOHKPH T. IN MAX, Station V, -Xeir York City
An old physician, retired from pract'ce, have,
ing had placed in hw hands by an East India
Mi-Hionary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the speedy and permanent cure for
Consumption, Bronchitis. Catarrh, Asthma and
ali throat and Lung Affections, also a positive
and radical cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous Complaints, after having tested its
i wonderful curative powers in thousands of
: cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to
. his suffering follows. Actuated by this motive
I and a desire to relieve human suffering, will
I send free of charge, to all whodesiie it, this re
cipe, in German, French or English with full
' directions for preparing and nsing. Heat by
mail by addressing with stamp naming the
I paper, W. A. NOYEH, 149 Power's Ulock, Roches
ter, N. Y. ootll,3t,cow
Bovard, Rose & Co.,
Ingrain, Hag and Cottage;
Extra Ingrains and Tapestry;
Extra Tapestry and liody Brussels;
Body Brussels and Moquettes;
English and American Linoleum;
Lignums and Oil Cloths;
Matting and Window Shades;
Rugs, Mats and Sweepers;
Plain Shade Cloths'aud •
Fancy Hollands, &c. ; &c.
Bovard, Rose & Co.,
39 FIFTH AVENUE,
|A DOUIJLK ACTINC KROST PROOF FORCE
ill Awarded the highest premium every
\]M. where exhibited. THF.Y HAVE NO
fUjJt EQUAL.. Are always ready and reliable
1| \ in ease of fire ; quick and easy to oper
/pi late for washing buggies, sprinkling
fTI lawns etc.; has no stumiig boxes to leak
1J 9 or be packed ; porcelain lined, prevent
lift, lug rust : always KKOST-PHOOK ; suita
[JUX\ bit* for wells of anv depth, and the only
■*» Double Acting Frost-Proof Force Pump
M that can be repaired without removing
J pump from platform ; cheap durable anil
■ »«■ efficient. _
IT Examine the Red Jacket Force Pump,
IT ami you will have no other,
H HOUSTON &. CO., wholesale dealers in
Gas Fixtures. and Iron Pipes. \Nood anil
Iron Pumps of all kinds. Rubber Hose Nozzles,
&c Sole agents for the Red Jacket torce
Pumps, l" Seventh Ave., Pittsburgh, la.
Send for Price List.
T SATJTER & SON,
(Formerly of Sauter, Lauder <s: Co.)
Xo. 70 and 78 LIBERTY ST.,
All work guaranteed to be first class, and the
best material used. Repairing promptly at
tended to. _•
Union Woolen Mill,
11. FCLLERTOX, Prop'r.
Manufacturer ol ULANKETS, FLANNBLS, YAKNB,
&c. Also custom work doce to order, such a«
carding Roils, taaking Blankets, Flannels, Kr.it
t'ne and Weaving Tares, &c„ at very low
nricea. Wool worked on the si.ares, il de-
FDBEHflf"' A C*
Fr.m the Districts ol AP3AM, CHI ri'AGONQ,
CACUAR. KASGRA VALLEY, IM WIP
ING DEHR V DOOM, ai.d ethers. Absolutely
Pure. Superior in Flavor. Tl.e Most Econom
ical. Requires only half the usual quantity-
Sold by al! Grocers. JOHN C.
CO , Agents of the Calcutta Tea Syndicate,
130 Water St., N. Y. Novß-ly.
In What Way a Prevalent Evil
11121 j' be Miorn ol it*
Malaria is a broad name for many diseases
all originating in blood poisoning. Bilious fe
ver, the typhus and typhoid fevers and chills
and fevers are prominent members ot the fam
ily, Malarii defies alike the builders, the
plumUw and the physicians. Despairing of
ordinary treatthe latter almost uuani
mously recommend Capcine Porous
Plaster as the greatest anti-i*aja*i& snecifiic of
the age. Thtse plasters act upon the live*,
spleen, bowel* and kidneys.
Worn over the region or the liver, and upon
the back over the kidneys they yard off ma
laria like an armor. No other plasters do
When you purchase, satisfy yourself that the
word Capcine is cut in the center of the plas
ter. . „ v . .
tteabury & Johnson, Chemists, l ork.
Highest awards at International Expositions.
MOST EXTENSIVE PURE BRED
LIVE STOCK ESTABLISHMENT
IX TIIE WORLD.
«_Q * *
c p V a'* -
7. £ ~- * W 2
1-1 O PI >
S S °
CLYDESDALES, PER* HERON NORMANS,
ENGLISH DRAFT HORSES, TROTTING
BRED ROADSTERS, SHETLAND
PONIES. HOLSTEIN and DE
Our customers have the advantage of our
many years' experience in breeding jtnd im
porting, large collections, opportunity of com
paring different breeds, low prices, because of
extent of business and low rates of transporta
tion. Catalogues free. Correspondence solicit
ed. POWELL BROTHERS,
Springboro, Crawford County, Pa.
ID. L. CLESLAND, 1
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
South Main St., Butler, Pa,
Keeps Constantly on Hand a Full Stock of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
At the Lowest Cash Prices.
Flue Watcli Repairing u Spec
Lumber V ard.
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS,
S.Gr. Purvis & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Rough and Planed Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Brackets, Gauged Cornice Boards,
SHINGLES & LATH.
PLANING MILL, AND YARD
Near Merman Catholic Church
Tils powder never varies. A marvel of purity
stn :iud wholefomeness. More economi
cal thau (lie ordinary kinds, :md cannot !><• sold
in co■ :;n liliun with Liu* multitude of low testa,
bhoil weight, nluui and pho-ih-.tc powders,
goi.n OM.V IN CANS. ROYAI. I?\KINU
POWDER CO., IWJ Wall Street, N. V.
tPWO »S \J-*ZQJ NTED WITH TMfc GEOGRAPHY OF TmiS OOliU*
V. .L'_ s: £ DV tx AM N -:Q T> S »/A-> THAT T
CHICAGO, BOCK ISL&NB &PACIFIC RT
By tbe central position ct" ita line, connects tba
Xast and liie West by lae bhorteat route, and car
nee pa»»engerß. wltLout change of car*, between
Chicago and City, Council Bluira Leaven
worth, Atchuon, Minneapolis and lit. raul. It
emnccts in Union Depots with ail the principal
izUcj o: /cid between tbe Atlantic anci the Pr.ciflo
in •'qaipinrnt IH uunvui d and xaagmd
ceiit, b.*in«( eoroj»oauti of LI out Comfortable and
Beautiful Lay Coaciiej, ZJ<v.;ufleont liorton lle
elimng Chair Cars. irietticet Pulaca
Bleeping Cara, and the Beat Bine of Diuicg Cara
In the World. Three Trains between Chicago and
Miaaouri liiver Poin;a. Two between Chi
-004(0 and Mmucapoliß and at. Paul, via the fumoui
"ALBERT LEA ROUTE."
A New and Direct Line, via fier.eca and Kanka
kee, has recently between Kichcund,
J, T Newport News, Chattanooga, At last p., A u
gusta. Nashville. Lou.sville, Lexington, Cincinnati,
Indianapolis and Lafayette, and Omihi, Uinneap
-0!m and tit. Patil aud intermediate ponta.
Ail TL» ounh Pasi;eiigera Vravel 0:1 Faat Expresj
T:eicets for pale at »11 principal Ticket OiSwo6 in
Iho United States ajd Canada.
-3a£rja£:3 cheeked through and rates of fare al,
waya aa low aa competitors that oifer leaa cdvan
For detailed information, get the Maps and Fold
ers of the
GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,
At your nearest Ticket o:nee, or address
R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOHN,
ViccPies. 4 Ua l M'g'r, Oen'l Tkt. L Paj>s. A S U
' S2OO TQ SSOO
A Month For
Tbe ability to earn this salary caii be readily,
thoroughly and effectually acquired by any
person of ordinary intelligeuco in from two to
three month l . Have you heard of the new
White system ef
and the wonderful faelliity with winch it can t>#
acquired ? Do you know that experienced
Stenographers in any and all of our large
cities have an income to-day which in ABSOLUTE
INDEPENDENCE ? Do" not tail to write us! We
have successfully established a method of
LESSONS BY MAIL,
whereby (he Art can be learned in itß entirety,
in a yery short time. The sybtem is acknowl
edged to possess advantages which have long
i-iuce placed it in the Foremost Hanks and it
Btauds to-day with those who have solved the
wonderful mysteries of the Art
If you are smart and energetic and
ed of a reasonable degree of of mental activity,
you are just the one to make your way in a
short time to the front ranks of the Verbatim
Army. Write us for circular explaining WHY
his system is the most readily mas
the shortest known to the Stenographic
American Phonetic Institute.
42 Clinton Place, New York City
Have cnre<l, !n 00 eases out of 100, Catarrh, Dvs
r>epa!a, disease of the Liver nn«l Kidneys. IMloa,
Locomotor Ataxia, Paralysis, Fy»i'inl Diseases, Tu
mors, Nervous ]>< hilfty and all dls
casoe of the Ntrvoua System, Chronic Dlarrho a,
Rheumatism, Gout, Neuralgia, etc. Thousands
to day are refold ngin KEIAINKD /IKALTII through
%% WILSOXIA." By the peculiar construction of
our Appliances, mild, continuous magnetic currents
aro conveyed to the Mood, which. In every person
out of health. Is DIFRIRIENT In MAGNETISM. Thus
the nervea receive tone, the muscles are strength
ened, and tud whole system is regenerated.
TWO YEARS' EXPERIENCE has proved
the •'WILSONIA" method to bo the moat suc
cessful ever employed for tho cure of disease, ]se»
cause of this success, unprincipled persons have
attempted to deceivo tho public by imitating thu
appearance of our Appllaac* s.
BIWARI OP TIIKSB IMITATIONS. They are
WORTHLESS, £ee that " WILSONIA" Is stamped
on each Appliance.
Our CELEIJRATED MAGNETIC IHS<»I .ES will ke*T>
the feet always comfortably warm. They are worth
ono hundred tlm"s their coat In preventing COLD
FEET. I 'rice, SI.OO i»«r pair. Free by mall. In
ordering, give size 01 shoe. Beware of a cheap and
worthless iiuitation now being offered, which con
tains no magnetism. We will #eive a WRITTEN
otr AKANTC.K to each puichas'-r. NO (-TTHK, NO
PAY. lie fere nee, by permission : National Park
Bank, N, V, In writing, give symptoms In full.
O Wilionia Magnetic Clothing Co.,
& 25 Hast 14th St. (near Broadway), New York.
Agents wanted In all cities where we are not
represented. Liberal discount to tnc right men.
cur*- of Scrofula, Pimple*, UolU, Tetter, Old Sore*,
.Sore Eye 1, Mercurial Diaeawe*, Catarrh, Loaa of
Acpctile, Female Cooipiaiuta, and all Blood
It never fail*. All druggist* and
countrj storo k>-ep«rs stSI it. K. K. Nrll#r*
Are of Every Day OccurrencQ.
Not a SINGLE INSTANC EOS RtKIRD in the
past 30 years where ono of
Hum biM-ti Broken open l>.v Hur
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-
lavo KE7EH FAILED to PRE
SERVE thoir CONTENTS
It is a Will known faet that there is XO
SAFE made in the Worlil THAT GIVES AS
GREAT Sl.' I*HIIY AS THE HALL'S SAFE
They alw.tj-; protect their contents.
Persons luiviiiK Valuables
Mliould not be uitluuu a Hall's
Hal's Safo & Lock Co.
J. L. Hall, Pres't.
CINCINNATI, NE\y YORK, CHICAGO
IiOriSVILLE, SAN FRANCISC,
ST. 1.0 l IS, CLEVELAND,
- See vhat it will do wltbont Basting. '
It will sew over uneven euxfaces as well aa
- It Will sew over seams in any garment, with
out making long or short stitches, breaking of
or puckering the lining of the goods at
the seam, requiring no assistance from the
operator, except to run the machine and to
guide tbe work. A point which no other mar
It |a the only practical machine for hemming
t>las alpacas, poplins, muslins, and other similar
goods without basting, and it is the only ina.
chine in the world that will turn a vide hem
across the end of a sheet without fulling the
under or upper sido of the hem.
It will turn a hern and Bew ina fold at one
It will do felling, blaa or straight, on any
cotton or woolen goods. .
It will fell across seams on any goods.
It will bind dress goods with the same or
pther material. Cither scallops, points, tquares
Bind iolds without showing the stitches, and
aew 014 at the same time.
It will put on dress braid and aew in facing
and a bias fold at one operation, without draw,
log either dress, braid or akirt, and without
ahowine the stitch on right side
Fold bias trimming and sew en at one oper
Make milliners' folds with different colors and
pieces of goods at one operation, and sew on at
the same time.
It will aew in a aleeTe, covering a cord and
atitching it into tho seam at tbe same timo.
1$ win gather between two bands, showing
me stitches on the right aide, at one operation.
" It will make and sew a rufflo on any part of a
lirfess skirt, an 4 aew on a bias folu for TieadinJ
at one operation, showing the stitches on tho
' It will gather and sew on a band with piping
between ruffle and band, at one operation.
It will sew a band and ruffle on a dress skirt,
atitching in piping at head of band, at one oper
It will make plaited trimming either straight
Make plaited trimming either scalloped or
straight and sew on a band, and edge stitch the
at one operation.
1 trwlli, with one operation for each variety,
without basting, ei»cut« 20 practical varieties
bi ruffling, being 12 more than cau be produced
bn any other machine with same number of
operations. ' *
Jt does not change length of stitch on scroll
It sews from lace to leather without changing
stitch or tension.
FOR SALE BY
BERG & CYPHER, Butler, Pa.
The Only Sure Cure lor Dys
LIVER, KIDNEY, BLOOD
AND SKIN DISEASES.
No other remedy han so many wul strong Home
A. ROM ANNA.
Cull or Send for Pamphlet*.
tfO other remedy BO fully and fairly challongeb
pnblio trial and judgment as
It is Warranted to Cure in Every Case.
Price, 25 nd 75 Cts. per Bottle.
Sample Bottles only 10 Cents.
PROF. I>U LAC'S
A|> Unequalled and Unfailing PemeJy for all
Diseases of the Throat aud Lungs.
A Sure and Speedy dure for Asthma,
Bronchitis, Colds, Coughs and Croup;
CONSUMPTION in its Early Stages.
Price, 25 and 75 Cts. per Bottle.
G. HOI.OSTEIN. Proprietor
Wocdtury, N. J.
C3*Sold by Druggists and Dealers.
Bullock & Crenshaw, 528 Arch St., Phila.
Jonnston. Hollo way & Co.. GO2 Arch St., Phila
Jos. L. WnJlfr, J>rnggiat, Butler, Pa.
We yet need a few more reliable men to sell
our Nursery Stock. Any man of pluck, energy
and perneveranee c»ri succeed without JTOYIOUS
experience. Situations PERMANENT, and pay
large. Particulars free, on application. Ad
dress, STATING AOE, and enclosing i-tamp,
li. U. CHASE & CO.,
(Tho Chase Nurs. rics), GENEVA, N- Y.
325 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Will offer for a Hliort time, to rednee bt ck be- j
foro going to I'aritj. an exquisite assortment of
Imported Dresses, Mantles
All recontiy recoiveii for tjp Sufi'iner, Hid of
the tuoat fashionable description.
Advertise in tbe CIXIZIN
EAGLE PLANING MILLS,
Cor. Robinson and Anderson St., - ALLEGHENY CITY. \
M. SIMOX, Ajrent.
I*l,A\l\<- MILL. NAKII. DOOK AXl> MU TTER FACTORY, J
Floorinp Boards, Weatherl>oarding, i'h ned isoar :s, Sash, Mouldings, Shingles, i
Lath and all kiuds ol Buildirsi Lumber. ]
ffjp \ liberal redaction lor curli orders. Send tor price list. All work delivered to railroads, |
F tea LU boats, Ac., tree of charge. Communications solicited. Bma
KEYSTONE BOILER WORKS.
28TH AND RAILROAD STS., PITTSBURGH, PA.
MOW ANII SECOND-HAND BOII.KIiS
All Kinds of Boileis & Sheet iron Wotk Made to Order
Oil Stills, Tanks, Rolling Mill Stacks, etc. Rt-j airing dono promptly. Co;rebpondence
— IRON CITY BOILER WORKS,
Oil Tanks, Stills & All Kinds of Sheet Iron Work.
Special attention psid to Bia-t Fttniace, Mill work and Jobbing.
JAMES LAPPAN & CO.,
F 11-e Street, f.om 19th to 20ili. Office 20tli St. PITTSBDRGH !
HA nlf Wm ™ fan k%M Tk M £* W llor>»* and CattK* l'« wt!ern sold htre are worth- ]
|W| r H| 1 | a% I fcl H less tra.-h. He *ys that Sheridan's CondHiun
| II!■ I a w mm mm m ponders are absolutely pure and immensely
valuable. Nothing on earth will make hens lay like Sheridan's Condition Powder*. Dose. 1 teaspoonful
tu 1 pint food. Sold everywhere, or sent by mail for 6 letter-stamps. 1. S. JOHNSON & Co.. BOSTON, MAS*
Port Grape Wine
Utjcu iu tho principal Chnrchea for Commuuion
Excellent tor Ladies and WeaklY
Persons andthe A^ed-
SPEER'S FORT GRAPE WINE
FOUR YEARS OLD.
This celebrated Native Wine is made from tbe
juice of tho Oporto Orape, raised iu this conn
try. Its invaluable
TONIC and STRENGTHENING PROPERTIES
are unsurpaßKed by any other Native Wine. Be
ing the pure juice of the grape produced tinder
Mr. Speer's own personal supervision, its purity
and Keuumencss ia guaranteed. The youngest
children may partako of its gcnerotiß qualities,
and the weaiect invalid use it to advantage. It
is particularly beneficial to ths agod and debili
tated, and suited to tho various ailments that
efTect the weaker sex. It is in every reepect the
a Wine to be relied on.
P. J. SHERRY.
The P. J. Sherry ia a wine of Fuperior Char
acter and partakes of the rich qualities of the
grape from which it is made. For Furity, Rich
ness of Flavor and Medicinal Properties,it will be
P. J. BRANDY.
This uvaiiii/ stands unrivalled in this country
being far superior for lAediilnal pu.'pc.s.us.
It is a pure distillation from tho grape, and
contains valuable medicinal properties.
I has a delicate flavor, similar to that of the
grapes, from which it ia distilled, and is in great
favor among first-class families.
Bee that the signature of ALFRED SPEER,
Passaic, N. J., is over the cork of each bottle.
Sold by I>. H Wuller,
AND BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
It Never Falls to Restore the Youthful Color
and lusue tu guiy cr ft'lrd hair, is elegantly per
fumed ahd is warranted to leu*®*? da*»Jruft anc
A Superlative Health and Strength Restart*,
If you are a mechanic or former, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run down by_ fjmily or house
hold duties try PARK&R'S Tonic,
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental slrain or anxious cares, do not take
intoxicatingstimulants.but use Parker's Ginger Tonic
have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Rheuma
tism, Kidney or Urinary Complaints, or if you are
troubled with any disorder of the lungs, stomach,
bowels, blood or nerves, you can be cured by PARK
PN'S GINGHR TONIC. IT IS the Greatest Blood Purifier
And the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are \rasting away from age, uissipattox* oz
any disease or weakness and recjuite a stimulant take
GINGER TONIC at once; it will invigorate and build
you up from the first dose but will never intoxicate,
it has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours.
fttSCOX A CO., 163 William St., York. 60c. sud
c Mj tlollaur »isu, al all iu mr itaiart*
GREAT SAVING BUYING DOI.LsR fifEß
Its rich and lasting fragrance has nude this
delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There
isooi hiiJg like it. Insist upon having FLORKS
TON CULUONH and look for signature of
or, eve"? little. Any Jruggist or dealer in per
fumery can .supply you. ij and 75c- sires.
LARCE SAVtNrt PJTTINQ «Sc. fIZK
GUENTHES'S LUN3 HEALER
uircovK TUII noua. FOR THE UUKB O»
Spilling of P.lood, Bron
/ Vl-ffA. chit is. Con hs. Culds, CV.-
[2 tin ih of chest, Dyslexia,
abd • 11 HiM.-a.-t-H ol'thci'ul
r' nionary Organs.
MARK, l'rjce 2.V. .Wc andi 81 00,
Ask vour PruggiM lor it.
fIIIKSiTIIKH .t t'« , i'ilisburtli, l a.
#BEST IN THE
Take no other.
J. C. Swetringen.
011 Mondays. 137 Woo
Street, i'ittoburgh, P«
übacribc for tbe CITIZEN"
D* F C WKST'S KKRTB AND BRAT* a
Karantwd specific for Hysteria. Dizzinnv. Conrulnlonfi,
t«, Nerrotia Keur&lgfo, Hoad/iche, Ferrous Prostra
tion caused br the use of alcohol or tobacco. Wakeful*
ues«. Mental "Depression. Softening of the Brain result
ing In lusanitv and leading to misery. decay and death.
Premature Old Apr©. Barrenness. Loss of Power in either
•ex. Involuntary Losses and . _ caused by
over-exertion or the brain, self abnse or over-Indulgvnee.
One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains <ne
month a tr« at meat One dollar a box. or six boxes fire
dollars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. We iruar
•ntoe six boxes to cure anv case, with each ort'er re- '
oeived for wix boxes, accompanied wiih five dollars, we
*rill need the purchaser our written f.: a ran tee to refund
money if treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees
i««Ticd only by Jos. Fleming, Druc.T«st. 84 Market St„ «
Viltsburgh. Pa. Orders by uuul m rovular prices. j
A Lecture to Young Men
OS THE I.OSS OF
A Lecture ou the Naturo, Treatment and Radi
cal cure of Heniiual Weil,iiass, or Bpenn»- '
turrhoem. induced by i?elf-Abuse, Involuntary '
Emissions, I m potency, Nervous Debility, and
Impediments to Marriage generally; Cousump
tion, Epilepsy and I'itn: Mental and Physical In
capacity. .to—By ROBERT J. CULVBRVVELL,
M. D., author of the ''Green Book," A
The wo: Id-renowned author, in this admirable
Lectnie, clearly proves from his own experience
that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may
be effectually i(-moved without dangerous surgi
cal operations, bougies, instru
ments, riags or cardials; pointing
out a mode of cure al once him pie, cer
tain and effectual, by means of whicn every
sufferer, no matter what l-i-s condition may bo,
may cure himself cheaply, privately and radi
This L-rtiire will prove a Jloon to Thousand*
an J Thovt-ni'U.
Sent under seal in a plain envelopes to any ad
dress, on receipt of eix cents or two
postage stamps. Address,
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
11 Ass ST-, NKW YOKK, N. Y. ; P. O. Box, 450.
PAY NO MORE FRBIOUT ON GROCERIES.
The Largest and Most Complete
IN THE UNITED STATES
FKEIdUT PREi'AII. wrruis SO XIILES OS OUR CJTJ
Order of $25 and upwards, freight prepaid.
Orders ol ♦SO and upwards, freight prepaid.
Or If preferable, a discount allowed ol 2%
Orders ol SIOO and upwards, lrcight prepaid,
or a discount ol 3 jer cent.
PARTIES LIVING OVER 50 MILES FROM PITTSBURG
Orders of $25 or upwards, a discount of 2 per
Ordprs of SSO and upwards, a disco ant of 2Jf
Orders of SIOO or upwards, a discount CjfS
Single families not wishing to buy s'2s worth
or over cat. clno together with another family
which wl'l place them in the same position as
larger buyers. Jfo charge for boxing.
send for our Moulhly Price List
-(Housekeepers Guide,) a book ol 24 pages, giv
ing all out prices and a complete description,
to parties ordering living out of the eity on
Wm. Haslage & Son,
15310,17 PITTSBURGH, PA.
Union Woolen Mills.
I would desire to call the attention of the
public to the Union Woolen Mill, Butler, Pa.,
where I have new and improved machinery for
the manufaetijro of
Barred and Gray Flannels,
Knitting ard Weaving Yarns,
and I can reoommer.d thorn as being very dura
ble, as they aro manufactured of pure Butler
county wool. Tliey aro beautiful in color, su
perior in toxturo, and will be sold at very low
prices. For samples and prices, address.
]u124,'78-ly Butler, I'»
No. 4fi Anderson St., Allegheny C}ty
Stair Building in ail its Branches
TIL ruins:. Scroll SBIVIIIR Ilalu«ter>,
\.- if *-1 * , Sttslr Hull, Jtf.
Hand ltaila worked to order wiih all joints out
and polled ready to be put up.
Ordois from a distance A ill receive prompt
HKXRY «. DALE,
FINE MEICHtIT MOB,
COR, PENN AND STREETS,
MARYI-AND FARMS.—Book and Map KItKS,
(IV C. I;. Sll AN AIIAN, Atfy, Easion, Md.
To canvass for tlic sale of Vnrscry Stock, rupquulrd
faculties. NoixiM-rlcuce Ifqulrcd. Salary ami «.x- j
Ji*iacr> n of Fruit an<l Ornamental TrefL
Slirutw, Kwa. etc. W. ft T. SMITH.Oneva. N. Y.
fAircd on cuntntct, Safe and rrrtain
method,, Little or no pain. Without
cutting or tylnq. Best rare and board
for patients, s.* to $S per u-eefz. l'or
clreula rs and ottier information ad
drea.9. Dr. IT. F/vnIU nor,
822 Frcneh Street, Erie, I'll.
" Adv'CTRTIHC in tbe CITIZEN.
P. A W. R. R. Time Table.
The morning train for Allegheny leaves Butler
•t 8:19. Butler or Pittsburgh time, iniving
there at 10:33. city time. This train connects at
Callerr Junction vrith the mail train of the
Pittsburgh division, t*oing weet, which arrives
at Harmony at 0:4«, Zelienople at 9 52 and New
CMle J unction at 11, It. It time, where con
nection is made with trains on the P. A L. £.
R. H. for New Castla, Youngstown and other
points nurtii : nd west.
The'mai; train for Allegheny, leaves Butler at
11:07, Batler time, and connects at Callery
Junction at noon with the Callery accommoda
tion, which arrives at Allegheny city at 1:46, r.
The evening train from Butler for Allegheny
leaves at 6:03. Butler time, and runs through to
Allegheny, arriving there at 8:16. p. M.
Through trains from Allegheny to Butler
and Foiburg, leave Allegheny at 7:41, A. u. and
4:15, p. M., arriving at Butler at 5.46, i. M., and
6 21, p. M., Butler time.
The Callery accommodation leaves Allegheny
at 10.01. city time, and connects with the iiiail
on the Foxburg division, which arrives at Bntler
at 12.56, local time.
Trains leave Butler for Foxburg and interme
diate points, at 9.53. A M. 1.46 and 6.21, P. *.,
arriving there at 11.59 A. M., 4.20 and 8.25, r.
M.. It. It. »ime. and connect with the trains on
the l'ittsbnigh, Bradford and Buffalo R. R,
West Penn Time Table.
Traius leave Butler (But'er or Pittsburgh time.)
Matket at 4:41 a. M., goes through to Alle
gheny, arriving at 9:01 A. M. This train, when
on lime, connects at Free port Accommoda
tion, which arrives at Allegheny at 8:01, city
Express at 7:16 A. M., connecting at Butler
Junction, without change of cars, at 826 with
Express west, atriviug iu Allegheny at at 9:88
A. M.. and Express east arriving at Blairsville
at 10:55 A. u., railroad time, where it makes
close connection with Mail train east.
Maii at 2.16 p. M., connecting at Butler Junc
tion without change of cars, with Express west,
arriving in Allegheny at 5.01 p. M., und Express
east arriving at Blairsville Intersection at 5.55
r. M., railroad time, which connects with
Johnstown Accommodation east, and there
with fast line east.
Trains arrive nt Butler on West Penn R. R.
at 951 A. M„ 4.41 and 6.17 p. M., Butler time
Time of Holding Courts*
The several Courts of the county of Bntler
commence on the tlrst Monday cf March, June,
September and December, and continue two
weeks, or BO long as necessary to dispose of tha
business. No causes are put iown for trial or
traverse jurors summoned for the first week of
the several terms.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
J. 1). MARSHALL,
Attorney at-I.aw. Office wltti W. A. Forquer,
Esq , Main Street, opposite Vogeley House, Butler,
J. M. THOMPSON. W. C . THOMPSON
THOMPSON & SON,
Attorneys at Law. Office on the west side of Main
street, few doors North of Troutiuan's dry goods
JOHN K. KELLY,
Office with F. Reiber, Esq., in Reiber building.
GEORGE C. PILLOW,
Attorney at Law and SURVEYOR, Main street,
Bulllr, Pa. Oilice with J. 1). McJunkin.
J. M. GALBREATH,
ATTOBNEY AT LAW. Ofiice on Main Street, South
of Court HOUKO, in Gen. Purviance's former
office. Aug2 1y1d82,.
R. P. SCOTT,
Attorney at law, Butler, Pa. Office near Cour
House, two doors West of CJTIZKX office.
A. M. CORNELIUST"
Office with W. D. Brandon, Bern Building, Main
Street, Butler, Pa.
J. F. BRITTAIN, ~
Office with L. Z. Mitchell, Diamond.
S. H. PIERSOL.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond, Riddle build
JOHN M. GREER.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond. novlS
WM. H. LU«K,
Office with W, H. H. Riddle, Esq.
Office on Diamond, near Court House, south
Office in Riddle' 6 Law Building.
S. F. BOWSER.
Office in Riddle's Law Building. [marß'7B
Special attention given to collections Office
opposite Willard House.
JOSEPH B. BREDIN,
Office north-east corner of Diamond, Butler
H. H. GOUCHER,
Office in Schneideman's building, np stails.
J. T. PQIJ^T
Office near Court House. i " T4
ebl7-75 Office in Berg's building,
Office in Brady building- marl 7
Office in Reiber's building, Jeflerson St. ap9ly
F. M.' EASTMAN,
Office in Brady building.
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House
JOS. C. VANDERLIN,
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House.
Win. A. FORQUER,
er Office on Main street opposite Vogeley
GEO. R. WHITE,
Office N. E. corner of Diamond.
J. D. McJUNKIN,
Office in Schneideman's bnllding, west side
Main street, 2nd square from Court House.
T. C. CA M PBELL.
Office in Berg's new building, 2d door, east
side Main st., a few doors south of Lowrj
C A. SULLIVAN,
may 7 Office S. W. cor. of Diamond.
A. T. BLACK,
Office on Main street, one door sonth oi
Brady Block, Butler, Pa. (Sep. 2,1874.
! JOHN H. NEGLEY
o~oiven particular attention tc ran*actions
in real estate throughout the ooun.y.
OracKOK DIAMOND, NEAB COLKT HODS*, I«
E. K. ECKXBT, KKHNEDT MARSHALL
(Late of Ohio.)
ECKLEY & MARSHALL.
Office in Brady's Law Building. 5ept.9,74
C. G. CHRISTIE,
Attorney at Law. Legal business carefully
ttapfeoctet). Collections mat}? and promptly
remitted. corrcspdnfleape promptly
attended to and answered.
Office opposite Lowry House, Butler, Pa.
' ■ '..1
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
my2l-ly] BUTLER, PA,
Office on Jefferson street, opposite
EN. LEAKE, M. n.,
• Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Union Block, and residence in
Ferrero house, liutlcr, Pa.
Oct. 2"., 1882.
0 1/ VVALDRON, Graduate of the Phil-
I .adelphia Dental College,is prepared
a 11 ato do anything in the line of hk
profession in a satisfactory manner.
Office on Main street, Butler, Union Block,