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Latest—As to Mary's Lamb.
Mary had a little lamb,
Its fleece was black as ink,
And Mary had dyspepsia so
She eoulda't sleep a wink.
She suffered lx)th by ni«ht and day,
With pain and aches, until her
Kind friends suggested she should take
P. Davis's Pain Killer.
It quickly turned dyspepsia out
And made her good as new,
And just the way that Mary did,
Should all dyspeptics do.
you keep a dog the dog will keep the
"wolf from the door."
An Old Man's Belief.
Have used Parker's Ginger Tonic
for my bad cough and hemorrhage I
had twenty-five years. I fell like an
other man since I used it. Am G6
years past. Believe it sure to cure
There is nothing in this world
which so quickly curdles or turns sour
as the milk of human kindness.
"Dr, Benson's Celery and Chamo
mile Pills cured my wife immediately
of severe neuralgia H M. Cocklin,
for a man to kill off all his enemies by
converting them into friends.
Precious Hope —Peruna.
One morning while hi? (her husband) was
holding her up in order that she could breathe
more easily, alter having struggled with a bad
spell of coughing, he made the remark that he
did not believe she would ever get well, when
she, in her weukness, said: I will, It
you will bring Dr. Hartman." The doctor
was brought. lie prescribed a teaspoonful
of Peruna every hour. She began to improve
from the first dose she took. Sne told me to
day she has never felt better in her life than
she docs now, and that she cannot say too much
for Peruna. A.J.MILLER.
fler husband writes: "South Chicago, 111.,
Dec. 19, 1881: I have a living witness of the
virtue of Peruna in my wife, who was saved
from death by it. I certify that every word on
page 30 in Dr. Hartman's book on the "Ills of
Life" is true in every particular.
T. S. EBERMINE.
—Some people get on very poorly
because the people who don't know
them won't lend them money, and the
people who do kDOw them take the
Hope for Drunkards.
My husband had drunken habits he
could not overcome until Parkers Gin
ger Tonic took away his thirst for
stimulants, restored his energy of
mind and gave him stength to attend
to business.—Cincinnati Lady.
team to drag a man into virtue, but he
will slip into vice as easily as though
the whole pathway of life were strewn
with orange peel.
Cure the Asthma.
Geo. W. Cross, of New York, Jan.
3, 1881, writes: "It gives me pleasure
to say that Tanner's German Oint
ment cured me of Asthma. The case
was peculiar. 1 got a box to cure a
burn, and seeing that it would cure
various diseases, I thought 1 would
try it for Asthma. I rubbed it freely
on my chest, and took it internally, a
piece about as large as a pea, and to
my surprise and delight I found it
gave immediate relief. lam now en
tirely cured of the Asthma, and have
had no return of the complaint."
Myer's Extract of Rock Rose.
Is a wonderful Blood Medicine,
cures Scrofula, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum,
Mathews' Hair Dye.
A splendid dye for the whiskers and
moustache as well as the hair. Try
—A noted "dude" has died in Phil
adelphia. He was a baboon in the
Zoological Garden. His postures and
gait were exactly like the current
American imitation of the London
swell's, aud he showed just enough
intelligence to complete the likeness.
Speer's Port Grape Wine for Par
Physicians employ Speer's Port
Grape Wine in their practice in all
cases where a pure wine is called for,
and do all in their power to foster and
encourage its production. It is com
ing into great favor among the most
wealthy in New York City as a family
evening wine for entertainments. For
gale by D. H. Wuller.
—The large number of divorce cases
which infest the courts remind us of
the countryman who hadn't money
enough to pay the minister his fee, but
handing him a small bill, requested him
to marry the couple as far as it would
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 hundred
thousand dollars, to place them upon
the market. This company gives writ
ten guarantees to cure or return the
money. Nothing could be fairer than
this, and their reference i 3 ono of the
strongest banks in New York city,
see advertise on another page.
—There are two items in a Chicago
paper whose juxtaposition is ominous.
First, it is announced that Joseph
Cook is delivering a course of lectures
there; and second, that there has not
been so much wind in that region for
many a year.
U. S. District Attorney Speaks, j
Col. H. Walters, U. S. District At
torney, Kansas City, Mo., authorises
the following statement: Samaritan
Nervine cured my niece of spasms."
Got at druggists. $1.50.
—A man offered SIO,OOO for a li
cense to sell liquors at wholesale in
Westfield, Mass., for five years, but the
*#*"A fair outside is but a poor
substitute for inward worth." Good
health is inwardly, of the bowels, liv
er and kidneys, is sure to secure a fair
outside, the glow of health on the
cheek aud vigor in the frame. For
this, use Kidney-Wort and nothing
A. remedy resting on a basis of in
trinsic worth demands the confidence
of all. Dr. Bulls Cough Syrup is
known and used most satisfactorily
through out the land, as it is attested
by its great sales. Your druggist
I —Our Mosey says that the young
1 idy who failed to catch her beau last
: Sunday evening after meeting was
■ oyer must not be disheartened. He is
rather a slippery character, and there
are many other young men in town
his equals, and would be only too will
ing to make her acquaintance. The
fact is, this glorious old borough is so
blessed with handsome young men
that no girl need despair in finding one
to her choice. There is another fact
also, the young men know they are
handsome, and vie with each other on
their good looks, and are anxious that
the girls should be aware of it also.
But, strange as it may appear, there
are so many young ladies in this place
who do not appreciate the good looks
of these young men, and hence in
many cases apparently seem to give
them the "go by."
! A book agent named Joe Smyrk,
Was put out and hurt by a jerk,
He says as a cure,
St. Jacobs Oil is sure,
At all times to get in its work.
A lightning-rod man in St. Paul,
From a house had a serious fall,
Though battered and bruised,
He said, when he used
St. Jacobs Oil—"It simply beats all."
Mr. Emerson says if you trust a
man he will be true to you, but the
corner grocer replies sadly that there
are notable exceptions to the rule, and
that there are men whom he trusts with
his sugar and flour only when they
' trust him with their cash.
An Enthusiastic Endorsement.
GOEHAM, X. H., July 14, 1870.
GENTS—Whoever you are, I don't
know; but I thank the Lord and feel
grateful to you to know that in this
world of adulterated medicines there
. is one compound that prorcs and does
all it advertises to do, and more.
Four years ago I had a slight shock of
palsy, which unnerved me to such an
extent that the least excitement would
make me shake like the ague. Last
May I was induced to try Hop Bitters.
I used one bottle, but did not see any
change; another did so change mv
nerves that they are now as steady as
they ever were. It used to take both
hands to write, but now my good
right hand writes this. Now, if you
continue to manufacture as honest and
good an article as you do, you will ac
cumulate an honest fortune, and con
the greatest blessing on your fellow
men that was ever confered on man
kind. TIM BLRCU.
—When the grateful gravedigger
looks into your face benignly and says
it would give him untold pleasure to
work for you it somehow does not
make you as happy as you might ex
pect it to.
—French silk manufacturers arc re
ported to be very hopeful as to the ca
pabilities of a big spider lately discov
ered in Africa, which weaves a yellow
web of great strength and elasticity.
The first real skin cure ever discov
ered was Dr. Benson's Skin Cure. It
cures all rough and scaly skin dis
eases and makes the ekin smooth and
healthy. It is an ornament to any
—A trestle bridge across Lake
Pontchartrain, on the New Orleans
and Northeastern Railroad, will be
twenty-one miles long.
—For dressing the hair, and
beautifying it when gray, nothing is
so satisfactory as Parker's Hair
—Three factories in the United
States consume nearly two million
eggs a year in making a peculiar kind
of paper used by photographers.
Concord Grape Vines.
Fine, Vigorous Vines, two three and four
years' old, for sale by the dozen or thousand at
the lowest prices.
These vines are raised on the famous Mt.
Prospect Vineyards, at Pas«aic, N. J., where the
well-Known Port Grape W ir.e ie produced that is
go highly esteemed at D. esden and Berlin. ar:d
Enropeaii Cities to which it is shipped, and that
is so highly esteemed by physicians everywhere.
Address, ALFRED SPEEB,
Passaic, N. J
—lt is said iu Boston that the Meth
odist Episcopal Bishop Bowman le
believes that he holds spiritual commu
nication with his deceased daughter.
"A Blessing in Disguise."
481 ADELI-111 ST., BROOKLYN, N. Y., )
March U'J, IKBI. J
No family should be without Allcock's Por
ous PlaMeiß; their healing powers are wonder
ful and their elHcaey fnr-teaebing and lusting.
For years I have seen and known them to cure
and relieve the most obstinate and distressing
cases of rheumatism, kidney complaint, bron
chitis, neuralgia, lumbago, inflamatiou of the
liings and throat, para lysis, asthma, spinal
weakness, and couglm and colds. In my own
case they have afforded almost Instant and
permanent relief. My lriends consider them
an Invaluable and speedy remedy lor all kinds
ol at hes aud pains. Tlwy are a blc. ; sing in
disguise; and no wife or mother should be
without them if she values her peace aud com
fort und lreedorn from neivous exhaustion and
other ailments. As a strengthening plaster,
also for backaches and weaknesses, they have
no equal. I never yet found a plaster so effica
cious and stimulating, or to give so much gen
eral satisfaction. Used in connection with
Kraudreth's universal life.uiving aud life-heal"
ing i'iile, no one need despair of a speedy res.
tDration to gcod sound health.
MKB. E. TOMPKINS.
If you have been using other Plasters one
tiial of Allecck's Porous will convince you ol
their wonderful superiority. Take no other so
called porous plasters that claim to be better,
t'jcy are all fiauds gotten up to sell on the
world-wide icputition ol the genuine article.
—Gypsies really do steal chiidreu
outside of fiction. A Bostou small boy
was taken eft' by a strolling baud, atd
kept ten days before his parents found
—Bengstran murdered his wife and
buritd h?r in Minuesota, and his story
that she had eloped was so implicitly be
lieved that no suspicion of his crime
arose. But after a year of remorse he
committed suicide, leaving a full writ
To all those who are suffering from the eis
ror3 and indiscretions of youth, nervou
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac.,
I will send a recipe that will cure you, 1' UKE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary iu South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to (he REV.
JOSEPH T. INMAX, Station V, Neu.- York City
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
Strength and whole.somen, ss. More economi
cal than the ordinary kind s and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitude ol low te->ts,
short weight, alum a:id pbo.-t hale powders.
SOLD ONI.Y IN CANS. ROYAL PAKINO
POWDER CO., 10# Wall Street, N. Y.
THE NEW PATENT
OUST - Plt«OF
Stem Winding Open Face Case,
MANUFACTURED UV THE
AMERICAN WATCH CO.,
This case is formed in enfi soiid piece with
out joint or seam, opening in hunt only, thus
avoiding tie utual cap, and seeming greater
strength aud durability.
These Watches ate all opeu fare. The bezel,
into which au extra strong crystal is fitted with
au especially pieparcd water-poof cement, is
attached to the case by screwing it tbereou.
and thus forms an air-tight junction with the
body of the case, which is proof against dust
To railioad men, travelers, iniuers, lumber
men and others who are almost constantly ex
posed aud who have to make frequent relereuees
to the watch, these qualities are of the utmost
Tlie Follow lug Inciter* Tell llielr own
VAI.I>O&TA. GEOKOIA, Ju:y -30, ISSJ.
"I sold one of your Patent Oust Proof Cases
about two mouths ago, and the other day it
cauie back to me with the request to make it
wind easier. Ou examination I louud that the
stem was rusty, and I inquired into the cause
of it. The gentleman stated to me that he was
Starting fcoine saw-logs that had lodged in the
bend ol the river, when his chain caught iu a
bush and threw his Watch into about twelve
feet ol water, and he was about two Lours lind
iug it. When he got ii out it was running and'
tie"thought all right. Iu about three momhs
he found that the stem was hard to turn aad
sent it to me.
1 can tay that the watch is all that the com
pany claims for it and recommend it to all rail
road aud mill men.
B. \V. BENTLY."
"CLINTON, IOWA, April IT), lSsl.
"I wish you would send me a bpriug lor the
Wm- Ellery Watch * * * By the way this El
lery is a watch 1 sold in your Screw Bezel Case
to a farmer last f ill' The iirst ol January he
lost the watch iu the woods, aud found it this
week iu about a foot of water. It had lain
three months and over iii snow and water,
with but slight injury to the watch -only a
c. s. RAYMOND."
The above were very severe tints, and demon
strate beyond a doubt, that far any reasonable
length of time during whish a watch might be
under water it would receive no injury what
We muke these cas< s in both gold and silver,
and as a Perfectly Dust-proof Stein Wind
ing Waicli Case, Ctnllnigf tlie Worla
lo pi oiiuct lis Equal.
For Sale by ail First-Class Jewelers
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
In a SOLID GOLD Y.'ATCII, aside from
tlie necessary thickness for engraving and
polishing, a largo proportion cf metal is
needed only to stiffen and held the engrav
ed portions iu place, and supply strength.
The surplus gold u actually needless. In
James Boss' Patent Gold Watch C'USM this
WASTE is saved, and SOIIDITY pud
STRENGTH increased l y a timple process,
at one-half the cost. A plate of SOLID
CHILD is soldered on each side of a plate
of hard nickel composition metal, and the
three are then passed between polished
steel rollers. From this the cases, hacks,
centers, bezels, etc., nrc cut and shaped by
dies and formers. The gold is thick
enough to admit of all kinds of chasing,
engraving and engine turning. These
cases have been worn perfectly smooth by
use without removing the gold. This is
the only ease made under this process. Jiach
ease is accompanied with a valid guarantee
signed by the via:ivfacturcrs warranting it to
wear 20 years. 100,000 of these Cases
pow carried in the United States and
Canada. Largest and Oldest Factory.
Established 1854. Ask your Jeweler.
The Boss watch cases with any kind of
movement desired, can bchal of
E. GBI E 13,
WATCHMAKER | JEWELER,
Jtlaln M<., HuUer, Pa.,
Opposite Troutman's Dry Good. Store.
Bovard, Rose & Co.,
Ingrain, Rag and Cottage;
Extra Ingrains and Tapestry;
Extra Tapestry and Body Brussels;
Body* Brussels and Moquettes;
English and American Linoleum;
Lignums and Oil Cloth?;
Matting and Window Shades;
Hugs, Mats and Sweepers;
I'lain Shade Clothe and
Fancy Hollands, uc., «fcc.
Bovard, Ross & Co.,
39 FIFTH AVENUE,
Nothing in the world equal to It Cor lha
euro of Scrofula. Pimple*, noils. Tetter, Old Sore*.
ISOr« Eye*, Mercurial Diseases, Catarrh, Loaa of
Apj«etltc, Female Complaints, aud all Ulood
dl«c*xca. It nt-jer fails. All druggists aud
country st.iro kie|x»r< siAl it. If. K. Sellers
C-FET Advertise in the CITIZBW
PAY NO MOKE FRSIGIIT ON OKOCEBIE3.
The Largest and Most Complete
IN THE UNITED STATES
FREIGHT PItEI'AID WITUIN 50 MILES OF OUR CITT
Order of $25 aud upwards, freight prepaid.
o:dcr6 ol SSO and upwards, freight prepaid.
Or If preferable, a discouut allowed of
Oiders of SIOO and upwards, freight prep lid,
or a discount of 3 per cent.
PARTIES LIVING OVER 50 MILES FROM PITTSBURG
Orders of $25 or upwards, a discount of 2 per
Orders of SSO and upwards, a discoint of 2%
Orders cf SIOO or upwards, a discount of 3
Single families not wishing to buy i'i'< worth
1 or over can eluo together with another family
, which w ill place, thein in the same position as
. larger buyers. No charge for boxing.
! tg£3"i'lease seud for our Monthly Price List
(Housekeepers Guide,) a bvok ol 2-1 pages, giv
ing all our prices and a complete description,
to oariu-s ordering living out of the city on
Wm. Hasiage & Son,
lualO.ly PITTSBURGH, PA.
' PENN'A. CONSTRUCTION CO.
132 First Ave.,PITTSBURGH,PA.
Jails itud E.ockisps,
Fronts, Columns«& Girders,
Mtairnaj's and Reams,
Fcnees auil Crist ings.
Are You Sick ?
WILL CURE DISEASE
M They have been tested In over 10,000 A
A cases of Catarrh, Dyspepsbi, Disease of P
G the Liver and Kidneys, Nervous Debll- 1*
<i N ity, Spiual Diseases, Neuralgia, Rtieu- L
E mutism, Constipation (chronic), etc. I
T Read the testimony of cx-I'ostmaster A
J N.C. Luther, ol Attleboro, Mass.: "I N
C pui c:j the Appliances on 22d Maach, C
1882, lor Neuralgia of the Heart. My phy- E
sician told my family that i not live, S
as ihe diseise was incurable. I suii'ured in
tensely and had to u-e an :es the tics constintiy.
Woudcrlully have the Wilsonia telieved ine.
After wearing them for one year my confidence
in tiieiii i» fully estiiblicliei, both from my own
experiences iJd from '.vliat 1 have seen ol their
eflects on others."
For further particulars, pamphlet, prices, el*;.
Wilsoniit Magnetic Clothing Co.,
25 East I4ih St., New York.
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS,
8. Gr. Purvis & Co.,
M ANCFACTURBBS A»l> OBALgilfe IS
Rouah and Plansd Lumber
OF EVERY DEaCKIPTION,
Brackets, Gauged Cornice Boards,
SHINGLES & LATH.
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Wear German Catlaollc Chureh
v * fyg w ■ |;:n ■■ e.n: u it h our
111 ll 11 extensive iniiiioiaeturitig J)us-"
I 1 9 Kim iness a .iepartmeiit solely <!.)-
g tj (I \ voted to the sale of Guns, lti
-9Y I U 1 lies, Revolvers and all sorts of
H i 1 11 1 sporting goods We eun sell
I I ■ ■ tl goods of this character much
■ *** eheaper than any other deal
er ill tile country. Recently we bought of the
well-known firm of the London and I.iveri'ool
Gun Co., who failed. S.WJii of their <han>i>lon
lireech-fiiading shot guns, whirli »vc v. ill soil al
only ST.ou eai li. This gnu cogt more tvVue the
amount we ask to manufaetuie. We have only a
few left, and to close them out will sell them ut
the low price of Vow is your chalice if you
want a reliable tliin at a low price. Send a three
cent stamp for our mammoth catalogue.
Hudson Manufacturing Co.,
Astor Place & Broadwoy, New York.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
South of Court House,
MAIN STREET, EUTLEK, PA.
All kinds of Pure Wines and Liquors
always on liunds, also Beer in
Tobacco and Cigai'S!.
Union Woolen Mill,
H. FCLLLKTO\, i s r«i»*r.
Manufacturer of BLANKETS, FLANNELS, YARNS,
<fce. Also custotp work done to order, such at
carding Rolls, luuking UianhotS, F' .nuels, Knit
ting and Weaving Yarns, Ac., at wry low
prices. Wool worked on the shares, it de- |
sired. rayV-ly |
Union Y/oolen Mills, j
I would desirj) to call tho r.itcntiop at the !
public to the Union Wooloa Mill, Butter, Pa., j
where I aava now and improved machinery for
the manufacture of
Barred and Q-ray Flannels,
Knitting ard Weaving Yarns,
and I can recommend tlioru ad being very dura
ble, as they are manufactured of i urft iJuiicr
county wool. Tlisy are !. .antiful in color, su
perior in texture, and will bo s-..!d at very low
prices. For samples and pricoe. a.idiuce,
H. FULLER ION,
oUV7S-ly Butter. Pa 1
! H Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
I Parker's Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and is
I M warranted to prevent falling oi the hair and to re
! I move dandruft'and itching. Hiscox &Co , N.Y.
srtc. and $1 sizes, at Jcalers in drup and medicines.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run down by family or house
hold duties try PARKER'S GINGER *1 ONIC.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man e:r
--1) misted by mental strain or anxious cares, do not take
intoxicating stimulants,but use Parker's Ginger Tonic
If vou have Con sumption. Dyspepsia, Khcuma-
Ism, Kidney Compbints, or anydisoiucrofthe lungs,
stomach, bowels, blcod or nerves. PAL Kl'R'S GINGER
TONIC will cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And the 6est and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wnstinjr away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weak ness and rciui e a stimulant take
GINCBR TON C r-t. r. c : it v. 11! and build
you up from the ft >t dose but will never intaxicate.
It iias saved handicds of lives; it may save yours.
CAUTION *—Refusal! snbftitntes. rarker*» Ginger Tonic La
composed of the ke*t remcdul ap-nts in the world, tnd ij entirely
diilvfrnt from prrparaticn«of pinct-ral •: .<*. Send fur circular to
lWox & Co., N. Y. 60c. & $1 i.zes, at dealers in drugs.
GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.
B delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There!
a is nothing like it. Insist upon having FLORES- I
B TON and look for signature of 3
! CIRCULAR 8, SAMPLES OF WORK
THE LI3HE3T EOTKIN3
IN THE WORLD.
SEE JTI TRY IT!
ARTU VOU WILL BUY IT,
PGR BALK BY
BERG & CYPHER, Butler, Pa.
Port Grape Wine
U*e<i in the principal Chinches for Communion
Excellent tor Ladies and WeaklY
Fersors andtha A^ed
SPEER'S PORT 6R PE WINE
FOUR YEARS OLD.
Thi* celebra'ed Native Wine is made from the
juieo of the Oporto Crape, raised in this coun
try. Its iuvaluabio
| TONIC and STRENGTHENING PROPERTIES
are nnaurpassod by any other Native Wine. I.e
intj the pure juice of tl)0 grape produced under
Mr. Speer's own pereonal supervision, its purity
and L'tuiimcnets iu guaranteed. Tho youngest
fhildrtin tnay partake of its generous (jualities,
mid the weauect inv»ljd r,so it to ailyauraga. It
in particularly benelieial to tho and tjebili
tated. and suited to the various ailnrcuts tiiat
effect tho weaker sex. It is in every respect the
a Wino to be relied on.
P, J. SHERRY.
The P. J. fchprry is a nine of Superior Char
acter and part a Jits ot the rj:h qtplitieo of the
grai e from which it in ma.lj. For Purity, Ilieh
ness of Flavor and Medicinal Properties,it will be
P. J. BRA NDY.
This branny stand, unrivalled in this conniry
being far stipeiior for medicinal puqtose.i.
It IK A |:iire dirtillation frcm Tbe grape, and
contains valuable medicinal properties.
I has ad. licate flavor, t-imilar tu tl.at uf tho !
glares, from which it is di. tilled, and is in great !
f.'.ycr among first-class families.
Heo tliat'be si„'i:!.turo ot ALFRED RI'EEB,
I'assaia, K. J., is over the cork of each boitle.
Sold by J>. II
AND BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
A'aMBASIBEROEfe I |
B *l2B LIBERTY ST. B
KEYSTONE BOILER WORKS.
28' TH AND RAILROAD STS., PITTSBURGH. PA.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOILERS
Ail Kinds of Boilers & Sheet Iron Work Made to Order
Oil Stills, Tanks. Rolling Mill Stacks. etc. Repairing done promptly. Corre-pondence
IRON CITY BOILER WORKS,
Oil Tai>ks, Stills & All Kinds of Sheet Iron Work.
Special attention p.iid to ljlant Furnace, Mill work and Jobbing.
JAMES LAPPAN & CO.,
S'rest, from 19th to 2Gih. Office 20th St. PITTSBURGH
WHO IS UVACQUAIMTrO *:TH TwC GfcOGRAPMV OF T.l j OOUN« "
TRY WILL SEE BY ExAMINI\Q T tS MAP ThATIHE
By the ocuiral position of its line, connect* the
tho Weet by the shortest route, and car
ries patenters. wltncut change cf card, between
Cbtcago and K&neaa City, Council Bluffs, Leaven
worth, Atchison, Minneapolis and Bt. Paul. It
eonncctu ju Union with all the principal
lined ol road between the Atlantic and the Pacif.o
Oceans. Ita equipment is unrivaled and zr4*,nnl
eent, boinr? composed of Meet Comfortable and
Beautiful Day Ccae&ce, ilasnmscnt Hoiton Br—
ehninc Chair Cars, Pullman's Prettiest Palace
Bleeping Can*, and the Lest Line of Dining Cars
In tho World. Three Trains between Chicago and
Missouri Hiver Pc;cta. Two Trains between Chi
crgo ai.vi Miuucapolia and &t. Paul, via the Famous
"ALBERT LEA ROUTE."
A New and Direct Lins. via Seneca and KanJra
kce,ban recently b?en opened fce'.ween Richmond,
Norfolk, Newport N?W3, Chattanocgn, Atlanta. Au
fu3ta, Naahvil!?. Louisville, Lexington, Cincinnati,
ufLancpol.s and Lat'ayotto, and Omaha, Mmu.ap-
Gl!u and St. Pavl and intermediate points.
All Through Pasaonsers Travel oa Fast Erpreaa
Tickets for sale at *JI principal Ticket OfSoja in
the United d:;;ioa and Canada.
checked and rates of fare aU
wayj aj low aj compeUtar; ihat offer ICSJ adean
i'ov tailed information, get the 2laps and Fold
er a of tho
CRcAT ROCK ISLAM D RCUT?:,
At your acarr.-t Ticket C:C:_\ or address
R. R. SABLFi, E. ST. J3HH,
VictPr.i. i : v . r. r.ca'l Tiu. & 1-iSi
"S G H AT Z
Wc have now 011 exhibition a and com
plete line of
liliich and Colored Milk,
lsunti»Ks, Table Linen,
( t-aslirri, V* lisle J.iuvn autl
Muslin MIDI I'T rciilc,
Also an elegant line ot' Ladies' and Misses'
WM. P. SCHA7Z,
110 Federal Si., Allegheny City
Agent for Mine. Deworst's Reliable Patterns
GROHKTAN & LA WALL.
Work made to order, and repairing of all
kinds done at reasonable rates and satisfaction
guaranteed. Particu'ar attention given to re
pairing of farming implements. Buck-boards
for sale, and always on hands. aprl 1,3 m,
IHPOnTKD CLYDESDALE STALLION.
Will be found at the stables of Robert Hessel
gesser, near Leicureville, Wintleld twp., Butler
Co. Pa.. during the season. Lord Clemis, a beauti
ful dark bay, with two wliite feet and stur in fore
head,broad ami squarely built,line bone and mus
cle ami show* the stock well. Hair on the front
of the shin seven inches long and thirteen on the
back of the f«otlock.
EAl<|. oir' SKLKipiv is a light bay. three white
feet ami white face, well nhaped, short back,
long quarters, heavy bone, shows the blood well.
These liorsi'a were imported by Hubert Hessel
gesser in IRK?, and are registered animals in the
Clydesdale Stud books in Scotland, and the books
can be seen at Mr. Hesselgesser's.
Also, I'RlN'ck KILDAKK, a three-quarter Cly
desdale, will be kept at the same stable. [All-.'tm
Star Beer Bottling Company.
fill BOTTLING JIOISF.
J. C. bUFFUM A: CO.proprietors,
39 and 41 Market St., PITTSBURGH, PA
Sole Hot Hern of Jos. 8- - hi'tz Browing Co x, MIL
WACKEE LAGi.lt BEE It. Schiltz' Export
Beer for Families a specialty. Importers and
dpaltrx iu Ales. Si out H, Ginger Ale, Siltzer
Water. Ac., Sy:ups all Flavors. Manufacturers
of Jlottled So.ia Water,
Try our Quart Unger Ala and Champaign
Cider, made especially for family table r.*e.
Send for Price List. P. O. Box 398. Tele
phone connection. api2s,4m.
PUXLEfpf? H f?
Fr. nj the Districts ol ASSAM, CHITI'AGONG,
CACTI AK. KANGRA VALLEY, DAKJEKI.-
ING, DEHR \ DOON, atd others; Absolutely
Pure. Superior in Flavor, The Most Econoni
jcr.l. Requires only half the usuil fiuantity.
gald by all Grocers. JOHN C. PHILLIPS &
CO.. Airents of the Calcutta Tea Syndicate.
130 Water St., N. Y. Novtt-ly.
Bickel & Gallagher,
(Successors to a A. Flick )
Livery, Feed and Sa ! e Stable.
HI*ST-Cl,ms HA It
JEFFERSON ST., BUTLER. PA
BEST IN TUE
1/ 11 11 Tak« no other.
V" O I D "- LEM BEE
V<«L tij J. C. S wearing on.
on Mondivs. li" Wood
Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1
a S I'SEtX'L AHTICLKW.^,
■ ■■■ bTTBUtAiT'fJL FLORAL CHRQUO CAROS,
■ BJj B El 3 Size usU, hq.l un lllu.trHt«d
HB H K3 Hoo'., iu hII who «ead two
H H @ GHB fa 3r. otmnp* f«.r potUfe Had
& Jl«rjJS3sLS''» at Llo ff- 3lentlon thU paper.
m £. G. RIOiOUT A, CO.* HIW YORK.
sQgr*SubseriLK; for tLe CITIZEN-
Are of Every Day Occurrence.
Not a SINGLE INSTANCE ON EKT'OBD ill the
past 35 years where one of
Has been Broken open h) Bur*
glars and Itobbed.
Hall's Standard Palcnt Fire-
Have NEVER FAILED to PRE
SERVE their CONTENTS
It is a well known fact that there is NO
SAFE made in the World THAT GIVES AS
GREAT SECURITY AS THE HALL'S SAFE
They always protect their contents.
I'ersoiiM liavins Valuables
should not be without a Hairs
H ill's Safe & Lock Co-
J. L. Hall, Pres't.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO
LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCISC,
ST. LOUIS. CLEVELAND,
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AR 0 MANN A.
The Only Sure Cure tor Dys
AND A 1.1.
LIVER, KIDNEY, BLOOD
AND SKIN DISEASES.
No other remedy had ao many and etrong Home
A R 0 MA N N A.
Call or SenJ for Pamphlets.
No other remedy PO fully and fairly challenges
public trial and judgment as
It it Warranted (a Cart in Ertry OIM*.
Price, 25 nd 75 Cts- per Bottle.
PROF. DU LAC'S
An Unequalled and Unfailing Remedy for all
Diseases of the Throat and Lungs.
A Sure and Speedy Cure for Asthma,
Bronchitis, Colds, Coughs ar.d Croup, -
CONSUMPTION in its Early Stages.
Price, 25 and 75 Cts. per Bottle.
G. IIOLDSTEIN'. Tropritor
WccdLuiy, N. J.
fcTSold by Druggists and Dealers.
Bullock & Crenshaw, 528 Aroh Bt., Phila.
Hoiloway A Co.. 602 Arch St., Phila
Jos. L. Wnllcr, Druggist, Butter, Pa.
A Great Cause of Human Misery
IS Till] LOSS OF
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and Radi
cal cure of Seminal Weaknass, or Sperma
torrhoea, induced by Seif-Abnte. Involuntary
Emissions, Impotencv, Nervous Debility, anil
Impediments to Marriage generally; Consump
tion. Epilepsy and Fits: Menial and Physical In
capacity. Ac—By ROBERT J. CUT.VERWELL,
M. D., author of the '"Green Book," .V.
Tho world-renowned author, iu Ibis admirable
Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience
that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may
be effectually removed without dangerous surgi
cal operations, bougies, instru
ments, riiiL.d or cordials; pointing
out a mo;'e of cure at once certain
and effectual, bv means of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may bo,
may cure lilnifelf cheaply, privately and radi
This Ledum I rill p.u»c a Jiuon to 'i'haumnus
Sent under seal in a plain envelope to any ad
dresß, on receipt of nix cents or two
postage stamps. Address,
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
•U ANN ST., NEW YORK, N. Y. ; P. O. Box, 4DO.
] R r ■ wr."T H a*>j i ■ ■■•• v. rATMFvr
rnnrantwl »i*.-lflp for ltystorta. Diulnow, Ponrulslon«.
1t.., Norvoiu Keuralgli, Hoartn.'he. K. rvous Pro-tr-i
--tion mused hr the Who ut alcohol or tohaeoo. Wak. fut.
resa. Mental Depression, 6oftcmn(tcf tho Brain res.ilt
(ns In Insanity and leailtnir to mlkerr, d.-c.iy
Prematura Old Age, Fnrrennofs, Lot* of In cither
tex, Inrolai.tan, Loss.* *nrt ' oatisoil b»
Over-exertion of the brain, self abnscorover-lmiuitri-nfw
One box will run® rtccnt cason. Each box contains «no
month •tr arrnent On© dollar a box. or pix boxes five
dollars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. %Ve(runr
jmto© six boxes to cure anv ca«o. with each on'er ro
ceivot] for six boxes, accotnpnrted with five dollars, wo
will send the purchaser our written guarantee t<» refund
money If treatment does not effect a cur*. Guarantee*
i» i -,r' (only by J oa. Flcminjj,
♦ittaburgU, P4. Ord«r« by mail at rcgu»ar price*.
To can vaa» for the sale of Nnraery Stock. I'ncqualed
facilities. No experience required. Salarv and «x
--peijseapaid. 7«>acrc« of Fn:tt ami OrnameutulTreei,
oliruba. lit>acg, etc. W. Jc T. SMITH. Genera. N. V.
I». A IV. It. R. Time Table.
The morning train for Allegheny leaven Butler
at 8:19. Bn'ler or Pittsburgh time, arriving
tliero at 10:33, city time. Thin train connects at
Callerv Junction with the mail train of the
Pittaburgh di\ ision, going west, which arrives
at Harmony at 9:48. Zeiienoplft at 9 52 and New
Cattle Junction at 11. 11. It. timo. where con
nection in made with trains on tlie P. <V L. K.
11. R. for New Castle, Youngstown and other
points north end w«st.
Thermal; train for Allegheny, leaves Butler at
11:07, Butler time, and connects at Callery
Junction at noon with the Callery accommoda
tion. which arri voa at Allegheny "city at 1:16, p.
M., city time.
The "evening train from Butler for Allegheny
leaves at 6:03. Butler time, anil runs through to
Allegheny, arriving there at H:l6. p. M.
Through trains from Allegheny to Bitler
and Foxburg, leave Allegheny at 7:41, A. M. and
4:15, P. arriving at Butler'at 9.46, a. M., and
6 21 p. M.. Butler timo.
The Callery accommodation leaves Allegheny
at 10 01, city time, end connects with the mail
on the Foxbnrg division, which arrives at Butler
at 12.56, local time.
Trains leave Butler for and interme
diate points, at !'.53. A sr.. 1.46 and 6.21, P. M..
arriving tin re at 11.59 A. M.. 4 20 and 8.25, r.
if., It. It. »ime. and connect with the trains on
the Pittsburgh, Bradford and Buffalo It. It,
West 1 Vim Time Tabic.
Tr.iins leave Butler (Butler or Pittsburgh time.)
Market at 4:41 A. SC., goes through to Alle
gheny, arriving at !>:01 A. M. This train, ULNA
on time, connects at Freeport Accommoda
tion, which arrives at Allegheny at *.OU city
Express at 7:16 A. M., connecting at Butler
Jnueti -n, without change of ears, at 8.26 wi:h
Express west, arriving in Allegheny at at 9:80
A. M . :nd Express east arriving at Blalrsvilie
at 10:55 A M., railroad time, where It makes
close connection with Mail train east.
Maii at 2.10 p. M., connecting at Butler Junc
tion without change ol ears, with Express west,
at living in Allegheny at 5.01 p. sc., and Express
east arriving at Blairsville Intel section at 5.55
r. sc., railroad time, vliieh connects wiili
Johnstown Accommodation east, and there
with last line east.
Trains arrive nt Butler on West Peon R. R.
at 951 A. SI„ 4.41 and 5.17 P. M., Butler titue
Slienaiigo it Allegheny H. K.
Passenger trains leave Hifliard at 7:25 a, m.
and 230 p. in., arriviug i'\ liarrisviile at M>7 a.
m. and 3:KO p. in., and at Greenville ut 9:35 a.
m. and 0:10 p. tu.; a passenger train leaves
Coaliown at 12:25 p. in. and arrives at Green
ville at 3:15 p. in.
Tnins leave Greenville at 7:00 a. m , 1t;35 a.
in. and 4:CO p. in., arriving at Coaitown at 10:15
a. m. and at Milliards at 1:45 p. in. and 7:15 p.
m. Train No. 7 which leaves Mercer at 9;24 a.
cn. aud arrives at Hilliaid at 12;15 p. in. will
carry passengers between those two points only
Time of Holdlag Courts.
The several Courts of the county of Butler
commence ou the hist Monday of March, June,
September and December, and continue two
weeks, or so long as necessary to dispose of the
buainoss. No causes are put £owu for trial or
traverso jurors summoned for the first week of
the sevetal terms.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
S. F. litIWSKI!,
Office In Brady's Law Building.
S. B. SNYDER,
Office with A. T. Black, Es<|., Main street, near
J. I). MARSHALL,
Attorney-at-I.aw. Office witn W. A. Forquer,
Ks>l, Main .Street, opposite Vogeley House, Butler,
I'a. _ Fcb23-'Ba.
.1. M. THOMPSON. W. C. THOMPSON
THOMPSON & SON,
Attorneys at Law. Office on the west side of Main
street, few doors Xortli of Troutman's dry goods
JOHN K. KELLY,
0111'* with F.'Keiber, Ext., in lieiber building.
Attorney .it Law and SURVEY 0.1, Main street,
Butler, i'a. Office with .I.D. Mi J mkin.
J. M. GALBREATII,
ATTOBKT.Y AT LAW. Office on Main Street, South
of Court Hou-.e, in Gen. Puiviance's former
office. Aug2 1y1b32,.
R. P. SCOTT,.
Attorney at Law, Butler, Ta. Ofljce near Cour
House, two doors West of CITIZKX ofllce.
A M. CORNELIUS,
Office with W. D. Brandon, Berg Building, Main
Street, Butler, Pa.
J. fTBRITTAIN" '
Office with L. Z. Mitchell, Diamond.
S. 11. PIERSOL.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond, Riddle build
JOllN' M. GREER.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond. novl3
" WM. 11. LUSIv, '
Office with W. H. H. Riddle, Edtj.
Ofiice on Diamond, near Court House, soatb
E. I. BRUGH,
Office in Kiddle's Law Buildiug.
J. B. McJUNKIN.
Special attention given to collections Offic*
opposite Willurd House.
JOSEPH B. BREDIN,
Office north-east corner of Diamond, Butler
11. 11. GOUCIIER,
Office in Schneideman's building, up stairs.
J, T. DONLY
Office near Court House. - 74
~ W. D. BRANDON,
ebi7-75 Office in Berg's building
Office in Brady building- msjrl7—
Office in Rciber's building, Jeflcrson St. apSJI)
F. M. EAST Ai AN,
Office in Brady bnilding.
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House
JOS. C. VANDERLIN,
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House.
Win. A. FORQUER,
•3T Office on Main street opposite Yogoley
~ GEO. R. WHITE,
Office N. E. corner of Diamond
J. D. McJUNKIN,
Office in Schneideman's building, west side
Maiu street, 2nd square from Court House,
T. C. CAMPBELL,
Office in Berg's now bnildir.g, 2d floor, ea-t
side Main Bt., a few doors south of Lowrj
r, A. SULLIVAN,
ma>7 Office S. W. cor. of Diamond
A. T. BLACK,
Office on Maiu street, one door south o.
Brady Block, Butler, Pa. 2, 1874.
JOHN H. NEGLEY
particular attention tc lansactiom
in real estate throughout the com ,y.
OFFICE ON DIASIOMJ, NEAR HoiST HoC-E, IS
K. It. I'.' M.EY, KESXEUI MAKSUAI.L
(Late of Ohio.)
ECKLEY & MARSHALL.
Office in Brady's Law Building. 5cpt.9,74
Attorney at Law. Lejral business carelully
transacted. Collections made and promptly
remitted. Busit.es- correspondence piomptlj
attended to and answered.
EN. LEAKE, M. D.,
• Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office in I'nion Block, and residence in
Ferrero he fc.e, Butler, I'o.
Oct. 25, loS'2.
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
mylil-lyl BUTLER, PA.
Office on Jefferson street, opposite
Klintfler's Flour Store.