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"Thought the Child Would Die."
That is what the Sisters of the
Home for Catholic children, in Boston,
said about a poor little child who was
racking itself almost to death with
whooping cough. The child was sud
denly taken with severe spasms and
vomiting, and with frightful pains in
the head. The Sisters write: "We
used Perry Davis's Pain Killer with
the most astonishing results. In a
few hours the disease was gone and
the child was well."
The Fourth of July comes on
When Ladies are Attractive.
All ladies know their faces are most
attractive when free from pimples.
Parker's Ginger Tonic is popular
among them because it banishes im
purities from blood and skin and makes
the face glow with health.
There is no lack of variety in the
"Five Dr, y s: no end of medicine: no
relief. Dr Benson's Skin Cure has
driven away all eruptions and I'm
nearly well." Ida C. Young, Hamil
ton, 111., Druggists keep it, $1 per
—The Fourth of July already be
gins to cast its shadow before.
My Wife had Fits.
"For 34 years," says our correspon
dent Henry Clark, of Fairfield, Lena
wee Co., Mich., "my wife had fits.
They would last about an hour, and
sometimes longer. Samaritan Nervine
has permanently cured her."
The aesthetic craze has reached
the farm, and hand-painted barns, are
A Doctor tries Coe's Dyspepsia
It is so seldom that physicians will
admit being benefited by proprietary
medicines that it affords us peculiar
pleasure to publish the following.
E. Detchon, M. D., Pleasant Hill,
Ind., writes: I have used five bottles
of Coe's Dyspepsia Care and find it
of great value. I have had dyspepsia
for 22 years, and have found no one
remedy so effectual in giying relief as
Coe's Dyspepsia Cure. I have, as a
phvsician, used it in my practice and
have been satisfied with its effects.
The Genuine Atwood's Bitters.
Are made by the Manhattan Medi
cine Co., of New York, who purchased
the right from the successors of Moses
Atwood. Best remedy for all disor
ders of the stomach. Beware of coun
Spalding's Cephalic Pills.
Cure headache and regulate the
stomach and bowels.
—lt is now ia order to go for the
English sparrow. Go for him, ham
mer and "tongs and shotgun thrown
—lnstead of feeling tired and worn
out, instead of aches and pains, wouldn't
you rather feel fresh and strong? If
you continue ieeling miserable and
good for-nothing you have only your
self to blame, for Brown's Iron Bitters
will surely cure you. Iron and cin
chona are its principal iDgredients.
It is a certain care for dyspepsia, indi
gestion, malaria, weakness, kidney,
lung, and heart affections. Try it if
you desire to be healthy, robust and
strong and experience its remarkable
—When a man nearly breaks his
back by stepping on a banana peel,
it is rather cruel to tell him not to be
cast down by trifles.
—Thousands in this State are dy
ing by inches by that dreadful disease
Dyspepsia, ignorant of the fact that
there is a certain cure to be had. Wil
sonia Magnetic Appliances never fail.
Cure guaranteed or no charge made,
see advertisement on another page.
—Mnsicanly" is becoming a pain
fully omnipresent word. Pretty soon
we stall have one politician saying of
a rival that be is a liarly man-
*#*"He that is discontented in one
place will seldom be happy in another."
People are constantly changing their
homes from East to West and from
North to South or vice versa, in search
of a healthy State. If they would
learn to be contented, and use the cel
ebrated Kidney-Wort when sick, they
would be much better off. The whole
system can be kept in a healthy state
by this simple but effectual remedy.
—The fashionable style of driving
is to make a sudden round turn when
going into a side street, thus giviug no
sign to predestrians on cross-walks.
—Fuller says:—"lie that falls into
sin is a man: that grieves at it may
be a saint; that boasteth of it is a
New Jersey Wine Sent to Europe
The succes of Mr. Speer, the great
wine man of New Jersey - , has arisen
from the strict purity and yaluable
properties of his wine for invalids and
leeble persons, and his reputation ex
tends over the whole Union and in
Europe as being a reliable producer of
pure wines. His Port Grape Wine is
now being ordered by families in
Dresden, London and Paris for its su
perior medicinal virtues, and its blood
making quality, owing probably to the
iron contained in the brown shale
rock soil in which the vine grows.
For sale by I). 11. Wuller.
—The most successful composer of
this generation is a long and dull
preacher when the mercury is in the
Unless it had great merit Parker's
Ginger tonic could not be so popular.
Its sale has spread remarkably every
where, because invalids finds it gives
them new life and vigor when other
medicines fail entirely.— Ohio Farmer'
—ln Indiana a railway train which
runs at the rate of only thirty-seven
miles an hour is called the "Cyclone
One of the Elect.
CLEVELAND, OHIO.—The Plain
Dealer reports that Hon. Martin A.
Foran, Congressman elect front the
Cleveland, Ohio, district, has used St.
Jacobs Oil in his family and has al
ways found it safe and reliable, and it
afforded hint great relief to a lame
—The latest English "craze" is
mule riding. It will soon be taken up
by the American dudes, unless the
long-suffering beasts of burden decide
that a line must be drawn somewhere.
At a recent meeting of the overseers
of Harvard College, a discussion was
held upon a resolution which had been
before the board for several weeks,
that in the opinion of this board ; the
statutes making attendance on morning
prayers and other religious exercises
compulsory should be repealed. The
board, by a strong vote, refused to
adopt the resolution. But Mr. George
Shiffer, lately from Martinsburg, Blair
Co., Pa., who had a cancerous growth
on his nose, and who was advised the
use of Peruna before a visit to a cancer
hospital, was allowed to take that par
excellent remedy, and by its use for a
very short time, was cured completely
—page 24 in the "Ills of Life"—get
one from your druggist.
—There is living in Rockport,
Maine, a man whose name spells the
same backward as forward. It is
Esrom Morse. He should take the
surname Hannah for a middle name.
"Dr. Benson's Celery and Cham
omile Pills for the cure ot neuralgia
are a success." Dr. G. P. Holman,
Christianburg, Va. 50 cents, at drug
—lnstead of being disposed to avoid
discovery and notoriety, the man who
has been supposed to be Number One
is quite the reverse. He recently sent
for the newspaper reporters to tell
them he had nothing to say.
COLORLESS AND COLD.—A young
girl deeply regretted that she was so
colorless and cold. Her face was too
white, and her hands and feet felt as
though the blood did not circulate.
After one bottle of Hop Bitters had
been taken she was the rosiest aud
healthiest girl in the town, with a vi
vacity and cheerfulness of mind grati
fying to her friends.
—A will is on file in Virginia in
which the testator makes the modest
request that the executors bury him
"in the plainest manner possible by
the side of my dear wives—whichever
may be the most convenient."
—Mr. E. K. McCousky, Hellam, Pa.
says: "Brown's Iron Bitters relieved
me of dyspeptic symptoms and gave
me refreshing sleep."
—An Irish priest who preached re
cently on the effect of ft decision under
the Land Act took for his text the
words, "And the rent is made worse."
Allcock's Porous Plaster
CURE WHERE OTHER PLASTERS FAIL
EVEN TO RELIEVE.
TAKE NO OTHER OR YCU WILL BE DISAPPOINT
ED. INSIST ON HAVING
PHILA., SOS NORTH THIRD ST., >
February 1, 1883. $
I Lave been U6ing Allcock's Porous Plasters
for a number of years and always with marked
benefit. I have been much troubled with mus
cular rheumatism; have beeu treated by five of
our best physicians without receiving any re
lief whatever. I then used Allcock's Plaßicr on
the parts allcctcd and I can asgure you the
pain has almost entirely left me. lean recom
mend them to every one as the best plaster
made. 1 have tried other kinds but founu
Weak Kidneys Cured.
CONTOOCOOK, N. H. >
March 3, 1880. J
1 have been groatly troubled with rheuma
ttsm and Weak kiducys. Was advised to try
Allcock's Porous Plasters (had used two other
kinds of so-called Porous Plasters, which did
me no good), but one of yours has worked
Ike a charm, giving ine complete relief, and 1
have not been troubled with Rheumatism a.id
Kidney Cotnp:aint since using them, and 1 con
sider myself cured.
EDWARD D. BURNHAXI.
—The most glaring inconsistency of
the age is that of a convict who pro
tested against the chaplain of the pris
on because he was a Universalist, and
then demanded the services of an old
—An attractive, youthful appear
ance secured by using Parker's Hair
Balsam to all who are getting gray.
—"You just take a bottle of my
medicine," said a quack doctor to a
consumptive, "and you'll never cough
again." "Is it as fatal as that ?" gasp
ed the consumptive.
—An English scientific gentleman,
who is an ardent devotee of the devel
opment theory, has been peering into
the future of the race, and discovered,
as he imagines, that fifty generations
hence the tvpical man will be hairless,
toothless, web-fcoted, and averse from
locomotion. Such being the case, and
who of us dare withstand the develop
ment theory, how thankful we ought
to be that we will not be here at that
—Already the season has produced
several novelties in the base-ball line.
A game has been played by electric
light in the West. In Philadelphia a
contest between a two-legged, one
armed nine and a two-armed, one-leg
ged nine resulted in a victory for the
former, who now claim the cripple
championship of the world. A nine
composed of colored women is nearly
ready to enter the field. In New York
a club has greatly increased its gale
receipts by putting a famous pugilist
on exhibition as pitcher. This idea
might be carried farther. A nine
made up of the wild Australian chil
dren as the battery, the transparent
headed baby as short stop, Zulus on
the bases, and bearded women and
living skeletons in the field, would go
far toward satisfying even the strong
est craving for novelty.
W /TROYAL MTWST JH
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomcness. More economi
cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
hi competition with the multitude of low tests,
short weight, alum and phosphate powders.
SOLD ONLT IN CANS. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, N. Y.
THE NEW PATENT
Stem Winding Open Face Case,
MANUFACTURED BY THE
AMERICAN WATCH CO,
This case is formed in one solid piece with
out joint or seam, opening in Front cm.'y, thus
avoiding the ÜbUal cap, and securing greater
strength and durability.
These Watches are all open face. The bezel,
into which an extra strong crj6tal is fitted with
au especially prepared water-prool cement, is
attached to the case by screwing it thereon,
and thus forms an air-tight junction with the
body of the c-se, which is proof against dust
To railroad men, travelers, miners, lumber
men and others who are almost constantly ex
posed and who have to make frequent relerencei
to the watch, these qualities are ot the utmost
The Following Letters Tell their own
"VALUOSTA, GEORGIA, July 20, 1882.
"I sold one of your Patent Dust Proof Cases
about two months ago, and the other day it
cauie back to me with the request to make it
wind easier. On examination I louud that the
stem was rusty, and I inquired into the cause
oi it. The gentlein in staled to me that he was
starling some saw-logs that had lodged in the
bend of the river, when his chain caught in a
bush and threw his watch into about twelve
leet ol water, and he was about two tours find
ing it. When he got il out it was running and
he thought all right, lu about three months
he found that the sum was hard to turn and
sent it to me.
I can eay that the watch is all that the com
pany claims lor it and recommend it to all rail
road and mill men.
B. W. BENTLY."
"CLINTON, IOWA, April 29,1861.
"I wish you would send me a spring for the
Wm- Eliery Watch * * * By the way this El
lery is a watch 1 sold in your screw Bezel Case
to a farmer last f ill- The first of January he
lost the watch in the woods, and found it this
week in about a foot of water. It had lain
ihree mouths and over in snow and water,
with but sligl t injury to the watch—only a
c. s. RAYMOND."
The above were very severe tests, and demon
strate beyond a doubt, that far any reasonable
length of time during which a watch might be
under water it would receive no injury what
We make these cases in both gold and silver,
and as a Perfectly Dust-proof Stem Wind
ing Watch Case, Challenge the World
to produce Its Equal.
For Sale by all First-Class Jewelers
A NOTEDTI¥INE I SAYSr
DB.TCTT:— Dear Slrt For lan years 1 hav«
been a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation aud
Piles. Last spring your pills wererecommended
to me J I used them (but with little faith)* lam
now a well man, liavo good appotite, digestion
perfect, regular stools, pil*>s gone, and 1 have
gained forty pounds solid flesh. Th«"y are worth
their weight in gold.
Hiv. R. L. SIMPSON, Ky.
A TORPID LIVER.
Loan of Appetite, N aus ea, Bo welsc ostive,
Pain In the goad, with a iluiriensatloa
inthebackpart.Palnundor tfab Shoulder
blade, fullnest after eating, with a dis
inclinatlon to wxortion of body or mlndj
Irntabiiity of"temper, Low spirita, Los %
of"memory, with a fee Sng of having ne;
leoted gome duty, W earinesa, Dizzinear,,
Fluttering of the heart, j)ot3 before tho
■yen, Skin. Heasacltti| Restless
ness at nlghtThlghly colored Wg».
IT THESE WAWLNGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS are especially adapted to
•licit rases, one dose effects suclia change
of fcelluit as to astonish the sufferer.
Try tills remedy fairly, and you will
gain a Haatlliy Bliccstlon, vigorous
Body, Pure Blood, Strong Werrei, and
sSouudUver. Price, !»» Cents.
«ray Hair and Whiskers changed to a
>ssy Black by a single application of
this Bye. It imparts a natural color,
acts Instantaneously. Hold by Brug
glsts, or sent by express on receipt of §»•
Office, SS Murray Nt., New York.
( Bit. TITTT'ti M A IVCAIi of Valuable \
I Information and tTsefhi ltaceipt swill I
x be n ailed FB££ on application. /
% ®S) i?
\ tCOHQUERORQ I
A SPECIFIC FOR
W EPILEPSY, SPASMS,
CONVULSIONS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCHOHOLISM,
* OPIUM EATING, SYPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
$1.50 per bottle at tlruggists.'^C
Tie Dr. S. A. MEUM Med. Co., Proprietors
Est. Teeopla., Mo. (1)
Corresponded! e freely uiawerud by Physicians.
C. N, CRITTENTON, Agent, New York.
Always the Best.
Spiced Mountain Cake.
(A DELICIOUS CAKE )
To the yolks of live eggs, well beaten, add
nne cup sugar, one half cup of butter, one-half
cup sweet milk, one teaspoonlul ground cinna
mon, one grated nutmeg, then the whites ol
two eggs well beatec, oue and a hall cups flour
hvaing it iu one measure ''BANNER" Baking
Powder, bake in jelly cake pans: when cold
spread each layer with an icing made of the
whites of three egK3 beaten stiff with one and
a half cups powdered sugar.
Are You Sick ?
WILL CURE DISEASE
M They liave been tested In over 10,000 A
A cases of Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Disease of P
G the Liver and Kidneys, Nervous Debll- P
N ity, Spinal Diseases, Neuralgia, Rheu- L
E matisni, Constipation (chronic), etc. I
T Read the testimony of ex-Postmaster A
I N. C. Luther, of Attleboro, Mass.; "I N
C put on the Appliances on 22d Maach, C
188 a, for Neuralgia of the Heart. My phv- E
slciau told my family that 1 could not live, S
as the d'seibe was incurable. I suffered in
tensely and had to use anesthetics constantly.
Wonderlully have the Wiisonia relieved mo.
After wearing them for one year my confidence
in tlieni is fully established, both from my own
experiences aud from what I have seen of their
eflects on others."
For further particulars, pamphlet, prices, etc.
Wilsonid Magnetic Clothing Co.,
25 East 14th St., New York.
Port Grape Wine
Deed in the principal Churches Tor Communion
Excellent for Ladies and WeaklY
Persons andthe A^ed-
SPEER'S PMT6*M>E WINE
FOUR YEARS OLD.
This celebrated Native Wine is made from the
juice of the Oporto Grape, raised in tliiß coun
try. Its invaluable
TONIC andSTRENGTHENING PROPERTIES
are unsurpassed by any other Native Wme. Be
ing the pure juico of the grape produced under
Mr. Hpcer't) own personal supervision, its purity
and genuineness is guaranteed. The youngest
children may partake of its generous qualities,
and the weakest invalid use it to advantage. It
is particularly beneficial to ths aged and debili
tated, and suited to the various ailocents that
effect the weaker sex. It is in every respect the
a YY'iiie to be relied on.
P. J. SHERRY.
The P. J. Sherry is » wine of Superior Char
acter and partakes of the rich qualities of tho
grains from which it is mado. For Purity, Rich
ness of Flavor and Medicinal Properties,it will bo
P. J. BRANDY.
This Brandy stands unrivalled in this country
being far superior for medicinal purposes.
It is a pure distillation from the grape, and
contains valuable medicinal proparties.
I has a delicate flavor, similar to that of the
grapes, from which it is distilled, aud is in groat
favor among first-class families.
Hoe that the signature of ALFRED SPEED,
Passaic, N. J., is over the cork of each bottle.
Sold by I). H TVixller,
AND BY E RUG GISTS EVERYWHERE.
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
EAE L OF INGLE3TON
Will make the Bcas:»n of 1888
at tin-stable of Julian A. Clark,
one wile cast of Prospect, Those
interested In heavy draft horses will find it to
their advantage to call at my stable and see the
horse and his colts. The Earl is one of the
Quest stick setters ever brought to Butler
ounty. See bills or address
JULIAN A. CLARK,
i.'3 2nmay. Prospect, Pa.
IJIPORTKOCLYUKSDALE ST A Mi ION
Will be found at the stables of Robert Ilessel
gesser, near I,easureville. Wintleld twp., Butler
Co. Pa., during the season. I.ord Clernis, a beauti
ful dark bay. with two white feet and star in fore
head,broad and s<|uarely built,line bone and mus
cle and shows the stock well. Hair on the frout
ol' the shin seven inches long and thirteen on the
back of the feotlock.
Eari. of Sklkirk Is a light bay. three white
feet and white face, well shaped, short back,
lone quarters, heavy bone, ■show* the blood well.
These horses were Imported by Robert Ilessel
gesscr in lss_", and are registered animals in the
Clydesdale Stud books in Scotland, and the books
can be seen at Mr. Ilesselgetser s.
Also, Pitinck Kii.daiik, a three-quarter Cly
desdale, will be kept at the same stable. |Atl-3m
THE TROTTING STALLIONS.
J. Golden an 1 (lon (Ira ii will make the season
of 1883, at Butler, Bui lor county, Pa.,
M: VK THE WICK HOUSE.
Those interested in flim horse* will ! nd It to
tlieir advantage to ca'i f>r term*. See I lis, or
address, JAM. 8 HAYES, Butler, Pa,
This elegant dressing
** referred by those
who have used it, to any
similar article, on ac
t of its superior
only that are beneficial
the scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Parker's Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and is
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re
move dandruff and itching. Hiscox &Co , N.Y.
50c. and $1 sizes, At dealers in drugs and medicines.
It 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 TONIC.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental strain or anxious cares, do not take
intoxicating stimulants,but use Parker's Ginger Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma-
Ism, Kidney C omplainis, or any disorder of the lungs,
stomach. l>owels, blood or nerves.PA EKER'S GINGER
TONIC will cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you arc wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
GINGER TONTC at once: it will invigorate and build
you up from the fust dose but will never intoxicate,
it has saved hur.dieds of lives; k may save yours.
CAUTION ! —llcfu'eall subftitutes. Parker's Ginger Tonic Is
composed of the bett remedial agents |n the world, and is entirely
different from preparations of ginger alone. Send for circular to
liiscox & Co., N. Y. 50c. & $1 sues, at dealers in drugs.
GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.
Its rich and lasting fr.igrance has made this
delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There
is nothiiig like it. Insist upon having FLORES
TON CoLOONS and look for signature of
on every bottle. Any draggi.t or dealer in perfumery
can supply you. 25 and 75 cent size*.
LARGE SAVING BUYING 75c. SIZE.
Lumber "Y" ard.
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS,
S.G. Purvis & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Hough and Planed Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Brackets, Gauged Cornice Boards,
SHINGLES & LATH.
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Sear German Catholic (Jhurcls
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
In a SOLID GOLD WATCH, aside from
the necessary thickness for engraving and
polishing, a large proportion of metal is
needed only to stifien and hold the engrav
ed portions in place, and supply strength.
The surplus gold is actually needless. In
Jamea Bead Patent Gold Watch Cases this
•WASTE is saved, and SOLIDITY and
STRENGTH increased by a simple process,
at one-half the cost. A plate of SOLID
GOLD is soldere.l 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, backs,
centers, bezels, etc., are cut and shaped by
dies and formers. The gold is thick
enough to admit of nil kinds of chasing,
engraving and engine turning. These
cases have been worn perfectly smooth by
use without removing the gold. This it
the oidy ease made under this process. Each
case is accompanied with a valid guarantee
signed by the manufacturers warranting it to
wear 20 years. 150,000 of these Cases
now 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 be had of
E. Gr 111 E 13,
WATCHMAKER § JEWELER,
Main Ht.j Kutier, Pa.,
Opposite Troutcuan's Dry Goods Store.
PENN'A. CONSTRUCTION CO.
132 First Ave.,PITTSBURGH,PA.
Bridges and Roofs,
Jail* and Lockups,
Fronts, Columns & Girders,
Stairways and Reams,
Fenees and Crist ings,
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
South of Court House,
MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PA.
All kinds of Pure Wines and Liquors
always on hands, also Beer in
Tobacco and Cigai-H.
Union Woolen Mill,
11. FOLLEItTON, Prop'r,
Manufacturer of BLANKETS, FLANNELS, YARNS,
Ac. Also custom work done to order, such as
carding Rolls, makinp Blankets, Flannels, Knit
ting and Weaving Yarns, Ac., at very low
prices. Wool worked on the shares, it de
SOLDIERS HOI LOOM
lfl •*"> I^nll
Bend for onr new clrcnlars containing matter of
utmost Importance to all ex-soldiers or their belra.
Penatoiu,BoanUe* f Fatea ta,l«n4 Claims,
florae Claim*, and ail other* against the Govern
ment promptly and falthfullv attended to. Address
with stamp W. 11. VILLI A CO.,
Lork Box 4W Washington, P. C-
Ml ■ Mechanics ID shops, tactor-
VV CI nTpfl i.-s, foundries, mines, and
■ ■Oil lull in all trades ; the Labor
World tells where work can be had. prices paid, and
all the news; shows how banks and corporations rob
the poor; how Legislatures and politicians are con
trolled by capitalists; how public lands are stolen
by railroads; it denouuees cnlld labor, prison con
tract labor, and all forms of oppression; it contains
reading for old and young; established 4 years;
6 weeks free; send ua Scents to pay for mailing,
and we wil! send the Labor World on trial ( weeks
' r^ o, £S&tiMUvUtaMptta. PA.
BOOTS and SHOES
SPRINQ STYLES NOW' OPENINC AT THE
(DOT AND SBOE DDDSD
b. c. inn.
Largest and Finest Styles and Lowest Prices ever shown by
any House in Butler. All Fresli Goods
MADE TO MY SPECIAL ORDERS 1
and warrauteJ, Our motto is FAIR DEALING WITH EVERYBODY, goods just as we rep
resent them, same priee to all. Quick sales and small profits.
I WANT THE LADIES
To look at ray French Kid Turn Button Boots (Cur Kid. Mat Top Cur. Kid
Fox Boots.) Gondola, (St Goat, Pebble Goat.) Serge, (Goat Fox.
Clotb top Boots.) Pebble Grain, OLD LADIES' WIDE SHOES
AND SLIPPERS. Walking Shoes, Sandals, Opera Slippers,
Ladies' Button Boots from SI.OO and upwards. Ladies can
find in this Stock any style and priced shoe they want.
I WANT THE; GENTLEMEN
To step in and look at ray Calf Boots, Calf Bals, Button Shoes London toe and
tip, Veal Calf Shoes cloth tops, Congress Gaiters, Base Ball Shoes,
Oxford ties strap shoes, Plow Shoes, Brogans, Hob Nail
Shoes for miners, all of these are desirable goods
from the cheapest Brogan to the Finest
Hand Sewed Boot and Shoe.
I WANT THE BOYS AND GIRLS
To see our School Shoes, Fine Button Boots and ,Bals, Slippers, &c., all
New and Nice Styles very cheap. Infants' and childrens' Shoes
in endless variety, from 25 cents upwards.
The Largest Stock of Leather and Findings of any House In
Butler. Lowest Prlees.
New Goods Constantly Arriving.
REPAIRING. All kinds done at Reasonable Rates.
COME AND SEE THIS STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY.
B. €. IIUSELTOHr, Butler, Pa.
NEW STORE. NEW STOCK
A NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
"iKHHH IDD HDDIDDS JDST BICiM ~
OAK AND HEMLOCK SOLE,
FRENCH AND DOMESTIC KIPAND CALF.
COIX.AR, WELT, SKIRTING
l-TPEK, BELTING, HARNESS AND LACE LEATHER
A3STZD IPIISIIKI XjX2STI3Sra-S, ETC-
ALSO MANUFACTCUKR OP ALL KINDS OP
Carriage, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Collars, Etc,, Etc.
And carry a full stock of Whips, Robes, Blankets, Brushes, and all other Goods belonging to
All Kinds of Repairing will Receive Prompt Attention.
GaTPleaae call and examine our Goods and get Prices before yon purchase olsewhere.
Plastering Hair Always on Hand.
CASII I>All > FOTt HIDES AM) PELTS.
Reiber's Block. Jefferson Street, opposite Lowry House, Butler, Pa
WarMerchan tstMi llin ers
pF Who contemplate purchasing
RIBBONS, LACES, VELVETS, CORSETS,
SILKS, PLUMES, BUSTLES, RUCHINGS,
FLOWERS, VEILINGS, NETS, HOOP SKIRTS, Etc.
We pay particular attention to cus
tomers just starting ; and, when they can
not come and make their oum selection,
ive guarantee to select stock for tliem
that will give them satisfaction in the
way of assortment and price. To assure
their success will be our aim, thereby
adding new customersand new business.
Porter & Donaldson, A
260, 262 and 264 Liberty St. A
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER!
D. & F. S. WELTY having made important changes in their business location, now occupying
120 FEDERAL STREET and 05 A «7 PARK WAY.
Rooms Nos. 65 and C>7 Park Way have been fitted to suit our business, and are the best
lighted rooms in the two cities. Our new stock now opened comprise* the largest and beat
selections of Carpets, Wall Paper, etc., ever brought to thecitv. FOR 15 DAYS WK WII.LOKFEK
50 pieces of TAPKSTItY BRUSSELS at .">oeta BODY BRUSSELSat $1.25.
VELVETS at $1.25. MOQTETTES at $1.25.
INGRAIN CARPETS from 22 cts. upwards. 3-PLY at !K) eta.
One Pair Curtains and one Cornice or Pole for $2.00. Wall Paper from 5 eta. per roll upwards.
iioodu al Excei'diiijjl} Low Prices ut
D. & F. S. WELTY,
120 Federal St., and 65 &. 67 Park Way, Allegheny, Pa,
C. B. BARRETT &CO.,
Have W* 17* ■? Wfc to much larger and more commodious
IlEilTltP Vlj if room 3in "ARBUCKLE BUILDING,"
Nos. 238 <fc 240 Liberty St. (cor. Wood St.) A lar<?e asssortment and a full
line of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE, LOOSE and MOUNTED DIAMONDS, Watch Material, Ac., at
lowest New York Jobbing Prices. Wholesale exclusively.
Remember the change to 238 and 240 Liberty St., (cor. Wood,) next door to Jos. llorne &
Co.' Wholesale Store. mar2l'3m.
And will compleuly chan.e th. hluod in the entire avitem in three months. Anv peril n who will take O>E I'lI.L
KAOH NlOffr FROM OVK H> TWKI.VK WKEKS. mav b« re.ti.rcd to»,.nnd health. If •uch * thin* Uponibla.
For curing Female Complaint a thine I'ill* have no equal. Physician* inn them in thoir practice. Sold every* her*,
or sent by mail fonts cents ia utauipi. Scud for pamphlet. I. 8. JOlilCttON & CO., Boston, Mui.
Went Pcnn Time Table.
Trains leave Butler (Butler or Pittsburgh time.)
Market at 4:41 A. M., goes through to Alle
gheny, arriving at 9:01 A. M. This train, when
, on time, connects at Freeport Accommoda
tion, which arrives at Allegheny at 7:55, city
Express at 7:10 A. M., connecting at Butler
Junction, without change of cars, at 8.21 with
Express west, arriving in Allegheny at at 9:31
A. M.. and Express eaot arrivlug at Blairsville
at 10:28 A. M., railroad time, where it makes
close connection with Mail train east.
Mail at 2.41 P. M., connecting at Butler Junc
tion without change of cars, with Express west,
arriving iu Allegheny at 5.01 P.M., and Express
east arriving at Blairsville Intersection at 6.25
p. M., railroad time, which connects with
John.-'town Accommodation and Philadelphia
Trains arrive at Butler on West Penn R. K.
at 9.4 A. M„ 4.46 and 521 p. M., Butler lime
Sbenaugo A. Allegheny It. R.
Passenger trains leave Hilliard at 7:25 a, m,
and 2:30 p. m., arriving at HarrlsvilJe at .8:07 a.
m. and 3:30 p. in., and at Oreeuv/lle at 9:35 a.
m. and G:10 p. ui.; a passenger train leaves
Coaliown at 12:25 p. m. and arrives at Green
ville at 8:15 p. in.
Triins leave Greenville at 7:00 a. m., 11:35 a.
m. and4:oo p. in., arriving at Coaitowu at 10:15
a. in. and at Hilliards at 1:45 p. in. aud 7:15 p.
m. Train No. 7 which leaves Mercer at 9;24 a.
m. aud arrives at Hilliard at 12:15 p. m. will
carry passengers between those two poiuts only
Time of Holding Courts.
The several Courts of the connty of Butler
commence on the first Monday of March, June,
September and December, and continuo two
weeks, or eo long as nccesuary to dispose of the
business. No causes are put down for trial or
traverse jurors summoned for the first week of
the several terms.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
S. K. BOWSEK, ~
Ofliee In Brady's Law Building.
8. B. SNYDER,
Ofliee with A. X. Black, Esq., Maiu street, near
J. D. MARSHALL,
Attorney-at-I.aw. Office witn W. A. Forqner,
Esq., Main Street, opposite Vogeley House, Butler,
J. M. THOMPSON. W. C. THOMPSON
THOMPSON & SON,
Attorneys at Law. Ofliee on the west side of Main
street, lew doors North of Troutman's dry goods
JOHN K. KELLY,
Office with F. Reiber, Esq., in Reiber building.
GECRGE C. PILLOW,
Attorney at Law and SURVE\O.t, Main street,
Butler, Pa. Ofliee with J. 1). M< J jukin.
J. M. GALBREATH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on Main Street, Sonth
of Court Houee, in Gen. Purviance's former
office. Aug2 ly!883..
R. P. SCOTT,
Attorney at Law, Butler, Pa. Office near Cour
House, two doors West of Omm office.
A. M. CORNELIUS,
Office with W. D. Berg Building, Maia
Street, Bntler, Pa.
J. F. BRITTAINT^
Office with L. Z. Mitchell, Diamond.
~ S. H. PIERSOL.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond, Riddle build
JOHN M. (JREER.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond. novl3
Wil. H. LUSK,
Office with W, H. H. Riddle, Esq.
Office on Diamond, near Conrt House, south
E. I. BRUGH,
Office In Riddle's Law Building.
J. B. McJUNKIN.
Bpecial attention given to collections Office
opposite Willard House.
JOSEPH B. BREDIN,
Office north-east comer of Diamond, Butler
H. H. GOUCHER,
Office in Schneideman's building, up at aits.
J, T. DONLY
Office near Court House. J " .'74
ebl7-76 Office in Berg's building,
Office in Brady building- marl 7
Office in Reibcr's building, Jeflerson St. ap9l)
F. M. EASTMAN,
Office in Brady bnilding.
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court Hons*
JOST C. VANDERLINT"
Office Main Btreet, 1 door south of Court House.
WNI. A FORQUEIt,
O" Office on Main street opposite Vogeley
GEO. R. WHITE,
Office N. E. corner of Diamond
J. D. McJUNKIN,
Office in Schneideman's building, west side
Main street, 2nd square from Court Houee,
T. C. CAMPBELL,
Office in Berg's new building, 2d floor, east
side Main at., a few doors south of Lowrj
House. marS —tf.
C A STJLLIVAN,
may 7 Office S. W. cor. of Diamond.
A. T. BLACK,
Office on Main 6treet, one door south oi
Brady Block, Butler. Pa. (Sep. 2, 1874.
~JOHN H. NEGLEY
CsJ-Qives particular attention to ransaction*
in real estate throughout tho coni'.y.
OMCEOM DIAMOND, SKAB COLBT Hocax, I»
K. K. ECKLBT, KENHBHT M AKSHA
(Late of Ohio.)
ECKLEY & MARSHALL.
Office in Brady's Law Building. 5cpt.9,74
C. O. CHRISTIE,
Attorney at Law. Legal business carefully
transacted. Collections made and promptly
remitted. Business correspondence promptly
attended to aud answered.
EN. LEAKE, M. D.,
• Homeopathic Physician and _ Surgeon.
Office in Union Block, and residence in
Ferrero lu a e, Butler, Pa.
Oct. 25, lt>B2.
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
myai-ly] BUTLER, PA,
Office on Jefferson street, opposite
Klintjfler's Flour Store.
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT for Honest En
ergetio Men. Salary and Expenses paid.
The Business easily learned.
TIIE CHASE NURSERIES
KiefTer Pear. Champion Qnince, Hansell l'.as
berry. and all tho most desirablo fruits and orna
Only those need apply who can devote their
entire time and attention to the work.
Address, R. G. CHASE A CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
Frrm the Districts of ASSAM, CEIITI'AUONO,
CACIIAR, KANGRA VALLEY. DARJEEL
ING, DEIIR\ DOON, aud ethers. Absolutely
I'iirc. Superior in Flavor. The .Must Econom
ical. Requires only half the u-ual quantity.
Sold by all Grocers. JOHN C. PHILLIPS A
CO.. Agents of the Calcutta Tea Syndicate,
KSO Water St., N. Y. Novß-ly.
for the CITIZEN-