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This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economi
cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitude of low tests,
•hort weight, alum and phosphate powders.
BOLD ONLY IN CANS. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, N. Y.
! Vis A SURE CURE I
I for «H disease® of the Kidneys and I
; LIVER Ji
It has specific action on this most important (
! organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and j
I inaction, stimulating the healthy seeretion of , ,
" the Bile, and by keeping tho bowel* in free .
| oondition, effecting its regular discharge.
Ualttfla If yon are •offering from
WlfllQllua malaria, have the chills, I
are bilioi*, dyspeptic, oroanstipated, Kidney- j .
Wort will rarely relieve and quiokly enre. 1
I In the Spring to cleanse the System, every
one should take a thorough ooorse of It.
a- SOLD»Y [
—"All your own fault
If you remain sick when you can
Get hop bitters that never— Fail.
The weakest woman, smallest child,
and sickest invalid can use hop bitters
■with safety and great good.
Old men tottering around from
Rheumatism, kidney troubles or any
weakness will be almost new by using
—My wife and daughter were made
healthy by the use of hop bitters and I
recommend them to my people.—Meth
Ask any good doctor if hop
Bitters are not the best family medicine
—Malarial fever, Ague and Bilious
ness, will leave every neighborhood as
soon as hop bitters arrive.
" —My mother drove the paralysis
and neuralgia all out of her By stem
with hop bitters."— Ed. Oswerjo Sun.
Keep the kidneys healthy with
hop bitters and you need not fear sick
—lce water is rendered harmless and more
refreshing and reviving with hop bitters in
each draught. _
—The vigor of youth for the aged and infirm
in hop bitters.
Corticelli Embroidery Silk
Eacli spool is equal to four ordinary skems. Tlie
quality of tliis Silk Is MUCH BKTTKR than that
commonly sold in skeins or on cards. The COLORS
are also better. _ _
Ladies making the "JA*AX»K SILK BED
QUILTS," cannot obtaiu Embroidery Silk in any
lonn so cheaply as by buying the CORriCELLI,
10- yard apopk, which arc sold by reliable mer
chants at a popular price. As these bedquilts are
destined to become heir-looms in the families of
coming generations, prudent women will take
pride in leaving to their descendants the best em
broidery tijeit skill can produce.
3c. stamp, 7 new different sets, 15c. UIiKW
M'F'G CO.. Baltimore. Md.
OF ANOTHER AGE.
Gradually Supplanted by a
better Article Certain Old
Things are Done Aivay.
In the general reception toom of theJWestern
Union Telegraph building on Uroiidway, New
York, are exhibiting the crude and
clumsy instruments « the in fancy of the tele
graph. They are »aly relici now. More per
fect machinery has superseded them.
Years ago wkat is now styled the old-fashion
ed porous, plaster did some good service. There
was thsa nothing better of the kind. Now all
hi changed. Science ami study have gone
per into the secrete of medicine and pro
duced BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS
PLASTER, which embodies all the excellen
cies thus far possible in an external remedy.
The old plasters were slow—the Capcine is
rapid; they were uuoertam —the Capcine is
sure. Cheaper articles bear similar names.
Be careful, therefore, that some thrifty drug
gist does not deo*tve you. in the center of the
genuine is cu,t the word CAPCINE. Price 25
Seafeiury and Johnson, Chemists, New York.
Da. S. O. Wm'g Knn AKD Bum TUiTmr. a
narantaedapeetflefor Hysteria. Pinlntea, ConTuUtotm,
flu, Nerrom Neuralgia, Headache, Nervoui Prostra
tion cauaed by the on of alcohol or tobacco, WaJteful
•eaa, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain ic<nlt
lnar In InaanltT and leading to mieery, decay ant death.
Premature Ola In, Barrenness, Loaa of Power to either
an, Inroluntarr Ixiseea and niiitd by
OTer etertlonof the brain, aelf abase or arer-tadnlgence.
One box will cure recent caaea. Each box eoatalna Ino
Boath'f treatment; One dollar a box, or rix boxea Are
dollar*; lent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. Weguar
antee tlx boxea to cure any case, with, each ore'er re
ceived for tlx boxes, accompanied with Ire dollar*, wo
will tend the purchaser our written guarantee to refund
money If treatment does not effect a cure. Guaranteed
inucdonly by Joa. Memlng, Drugtrlat, 81 Market Bu.
SltUburgk, Pa. Or&ri by mall u regular price*.
FOB KENSINGTON, ARRASENE
AND OUTLINE WORK DONE,
Also leesona in same . given by ANNIE M.
LOWMAN, North ttrcct, Butler, Fa.
ClKcnlg Wanted A For The
INTERPRETED, By Rev. H. W. MOBItIS, I). I>.
The grandest object of Creation in the SUN.
Centre of Life, Light, Jloat. Attraction and
Chemical Action. ITS NATURAL WONDERS
AND arilflTOAL. TEACHINGS are alike mar
velous, and make a book of absorbing and in
tenße interest*. The great problems of the
Material Universe unfolded and illustrated.
NATURE SHOWN TO BE A REVELATION OF
QOD IN THE NOBLEST AND MOST PER
FECT SENSE. Highly commended. ''Every
fact of natare is made to repeat some lesson of
His gospel."—N. Y. Evangelist. '-Both scien
tific and devout."—Rev. A. C. George, D. D.,
Chicago. "A startling revelation concerning
tho wonders and glories of the SON." —Elder J.
W. McOarvey, Lexington, Ky. "Interesting,
instructive and very suggestive.'"—Bishop Jag-
Sar, of Ohio. It sells fast and pleases all. A<l
- J. C. McOURDY & CO., Philadelphia,
Pa.; Cincinnati, O.; Chicago, 111.; or St. Louis,
Ml BestCourli Syrup. Tw>t(«good. t£i
lM Use In Hue. Bold by druggists. 
The "Living Skeleton."
The man who was known as the
"Living Skeleton," died and was em
balmed, after having been exhibited at
cheap museums. He is said to have
weighed 46 pounds when he died, hav
ing been reduced to this dreadful state
of emaciation by long continued dys
peppsia. In his case dyspepsia meant
money in his pocket, for it kept him
thin. People who want to keep them
selves so thin by dyspepsia as to exhib
it for "Living Skeletons," ought not
to take Ferry Davi&'s Pain Killer,
for it drives dyspepsia out.
To be tried for his life: The hen
Mr. B. Leiby, Wrightsville, Pa.,
savs: "I used Brown's Iron Bitters for
rheumatism and think it is a very su
—Why must logic have legs? Be
ceuse it stands to reason.
COLONLESS AND COI.D.—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 and
healthiest girl in the town, with a vi
vacity and cheerfulness of mind grati
fying to her friends.
Feople should inform themselves
about the tariff. It is every man's
—A wit being asked on the failure
of a back, "Were you not upset?" re
plied: "No; I only lost my balance."
—An attractive, youthful appear
ance secured by using Parker's Hair
Balsam to all who are getting gray.
Three-fifths of the fashionable al
ligator satchels and pocket-books are
made from pig-skin. This, at least, is
the allegation, but perhaps the aliega
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 froto Martinsburg, Blair
Co., Pa., who had a cancerous growth
on his nose, and who was advised Hie
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.
—Sewing machine canvassers are
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 valuable
properties of his wine for invalids and
feeble 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 D. H. Wuller.
—Most writers say "insight into,'
but "insight of' is a much better form.
"Dr. Benson's Celery and Cham
omile Pills for the cure ot neuralgia
are a success." Dr. G. P. Holman,
Christianburg, Ya. 50 cents, at drug
—No manager has yet offered the
English sparrows $5,000 a' night in
The Doctor's Endorsemen'.
Dr. W. D. Wright, Cincinnati, 0.,
sends the subjoined professional en
dorsement: "I have prescribed Dr.
Wm. Hall's Balsam for the lungs in a
great number of cases and always
with success. One case in particular
was given up by several physicians
who han been called in for consulta
tion with myself. The patient had all
the symptoms of confirmed consump
tion—cold night sweats, hectic fever,
harassing cough, etc. He commenced
immediately to get better and was
soon restored to his usual health. I
have also found Dr. Wm. Hall's Bal
sam for the Lungs the most valuable
expectorant for breaking up distressing
coughs and colds that I have ever
Durno's Catarrh Snuff cures catarrh
and all affections of the mucous mem
—Lynchers, avengers and jurors
with jim-jams make poor Uncle Sam.
"A Blessing in Disguise."
4M4 AnKi.i'Nl ST., BROOKLYN, N. Y., )
March 29,1881. $
No family should be without Allcock's Por
ous Plasters; their healing powers are wonder
ful and their efficacy far-reaching and lasting.
For years I have seen and known thein to cure
and relieve the most obstinate and distressing
cases af rheumatism, kiduey complaint, bron
chitis, neuralgia, lumbago, inflamation of the
lungs and throat, paralysis, asthma, sp.nal
weakness, and coughs and cold*. In my own
case tiiey have afforded almost instant and
permuuent relief. My lrieud* consider tl.cm
an Invaluable and speedy remedy lor all kinds
ot aches; and pains. They are a blessing in
and no wife or mother should be
without if she values her peace and coin
fort and lreedom from nervous exhaustion and
other ailments. As a strengthening plaster,
also tor bacl ;aches and w< aknesses, tliey have
no«iqual. I never yet found a plaf-tt-r so effica
cious and stiaiulating, or to give so much gen
eral satisfaction. Used in connection with
Bmndreth's universal life-giving and lile-heal
in& Pills, no one need despair of a speedy res
titration to good souud health.
MRS. E. TOMPKINS.
It' you have been using other Plasters one
trial of Allcock's Porous will convince you of
tlicir wonderful nuperiority. Take no other 60-
callcd porous plasters that claim to be better,
Uicy are all frauds gotten up to sell on the
world-wide rcpu;<Uiou ol the genuine article.
A VETERAN BENEFACTOR
His Past Life, Present Plans, and
What He Has to Say Upon a
Subject That Astonish
(New York• Times.)
Nearly forty years ago a young man,
of unusual endowments, began to
mould public opinion upon a subject of
vital importance. Like all pioneers,
his early efforts were unsuccessful, but
his ability and the value of his work
soon won public confidence, and to-day
there is not a village or hamlet in the
coutry that has not been influenced by
Dr. Dio Lewis. When, therefore, it
was learned yesterday that he contem
plated the establishment of a large
magazine in this city, the fact was
deemed so important that a representa
tive of this paper was commissioned to
see him and ascertain the truth of the
Dr Dio Lewis is a gentleman of
sixty years and two hundred pounds,
with snow-white hair and beard, but
probably the most perfect picture of
health and vigor in the metropolis.
He is a living exponent of bis teach
ings, and notwithstanding the amount
of work he has already done, promises
still greater activity for years to come.
He received the interviewer most
courteously, and in reply to a question
"It is true I have come to New York
to establish a monthly magazine. I
have come here for the same reason
that I went to Boston 25 years ago.
Then Boston was the best platform in
the country from which to speak of ed
ucation. New York has now become
most hospitable to progressive thoughts,
and especially so to movements on be
half of physical training.
"I have reason to know the great
and abiding interest of the American
people in this subject. They have
come to realize lhat the future of our
country pivots upon our physical vital
ity, and especially upon the vigor of
our women. My new magaziue will
bear the title 'Dio Lewis's Monthly,'
and be devoted to Sanitary and Social
Science. I hope through its pages to
inaugurate a new departure in
"Have you not written several books
on the subject ?"
"Yes, nine volumes, and some of
them like 'Our Girls,' published by the
Harpers, have had an enormous circu
lation, but the best work of my life I
shall give the world in the new maga
zine. Forty years of skirmishing
ought to conclude with ten years ol
"Doctor, what is the occasion of this
new interest in health questious ?"
"It has come through suffering,
which seems the only road to self
knowledge. The stomach, heart, kid
neys or liver fall into trouble, happi
ness is gone, and then people give at
tention to their health."
"Which of the6e organs is most fre
quently the victim of our errors ?" ask
ed the Reporter.
"Within the last few years diseases
of the kidneys have greatly multiplied.
When I was engaged in practice,
thirty-five and forty years ago, serious
disease of the kidneys was rare; but
now distressingly frequent and fatal."
"To what do you attribute this great
increase of kidney trouble ?"
"To the use of stimulating drinks,
adulterated food and irregular habits
"Doctor, have you any confidence in
the remedy of which we hear so much
now-a-days, 'Warner's Safe Cure ?"
"I believe in the ounce of prevention,
rather than in a ton of cure."
"But have you noticed the remarka
ble testimonials of Warner's remedy ?"
"I have, and confess that they have
puzzled and astonished me. The com
mendations of proprietary medicines
usually come from unknown persons
residing in back counties. But I see
in our most reputable newspapers the
warmest praise of Warner's Safe Cure
from College Professors, respectable
physicians, and other persons of high
intelligence and character. To thrust
such testimony aside may be profession
al, but it is unmanly. No physician
can forget that valuable additions to
our Materia Medica have sprung from
just such sources. I was so impress
ed with this cloud of witnesses that I
purchased some bottles of Warner's
Safe Cure at a neighboring drug store,
and analyzed one of them to see if it
contained anything poisonous. Then
I took three of the prescribed doses at
once, and found there was nothing in
jurious in it. Ido not hesitate to say
that it I found my kidneys in serious
trouble, I should use this remedy, be
cause of the hopelessuess of all ordinary
treatment, and because when a hundred
intelligent and reputable persons unite
in the statement that a certain remedy
has cured them of a grave malady, I
choose to believe that they speak the
"But as you may know, my great in
terest in life lies in prevention. For
forty years I have labored in this field.
One of the phases of my work in New
England was the establishment of the
Ladies' seminary at Lexington, Mass.
My aim was to illustrate the possibili
ties in the physical training of girls
during their school life. This institu
tion became before 1 left it, the largest
and most successful Seminary for
young women owned and managed by
one person, in our country. I sat
down to dinner every day with a fami
ly of two hundred persons The re
markable results of this muscle train
ing among girls, were given in my
paper published in the North American
Review of December, 1882.
"Besides, I established the Normal
Institute for Physical Training in
Boston, and for ten years was its Pres
ident and Manager. Dr. Walter Chan
ning, Dr. Thomas Iloskins, Professor
Leonard, aud others were among its
teachers, and more than four hundred
persons took its diploma and went out
into all parts of the land to teach the
new school of gymnastics. A»d now
the years left to me I propose to devote
to the magazine which I have come
here to establish. It will be the largest
periodical ever devoted to this field of
literature, and will present the hundred
and one questions of hygiene with the
simplicity of a child's talk. To this
end all so-called learning will be sub
ordinated. The magazine will be more
or less illustrated, and will strive to
reach a high place in the confidence
and hearts of the people. In a few
weeks, our first number will appear,
end we shall fondly hope for it a hearty
The fact 3 above narrated are indeed
most important. It is gratifying to
know that the life long experiences of
a gentleman who stands without a
peer in successfully demonstrating the
principles of hygiene; whose hearts
has always been in sympathy with the
afflicted, "and whose brain has ever
been active in planning for their relief,
are t) be given to the public through
the pages of a magazine. And it is
specially significant and proof positive
of rare merit that a proprietary medi
cine, eyeu with such high standing as
Warner's Safe Cure is known to have,
should be endorsed and recommended
by a man so able, so reputable and of
such national renown as Dr. Pio Lewis.
***"Mon often mistake notoriety
for fame," but they never mistake Kid
ney-Wort for quack medicine. Kid
ney-Wort is universally recognized as
a standand remedy for all diseases of
the liver, bowels and kidneys.
—Somebody may yet steal the liber
ty cap from the head of the sorrowing
—Mrs. Annie Logan, 1318 Marl
borough street. Philadelphia, I'a., says:
"I used Brown's Iron Bitters as a
tonic, think it good and cheerfully
THE HEW PATENT
Stem Winding Open Face Case,
MANUFACTURED BV THE
AMERICAN WATCH CO.,
This case is lormcd in one solid piece with
out joint or scam, opcuing in Front only, thus
avoiding the u'rual cap, and securing greater
strength and durability.
These Watches are all open face. The bezel,
into which an extra strong crystal is tilted with
an especially prepared water-proot cement, is
attached to the ease* by screwing it tbereou,
and thus foims an junction with the
body ol' the case, which is proof against dust
To railroad men, travelers, miners, lumber
men and others who are almost constantly ex
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to the watch, these qualities are ol the utmost
Tile Following Letters Tell their own
"VALUOSTA. GEORGIA, July 20, lb&J.
"I sold ouc of your Patent Dust Prool Cases
about two months ago, aud the other day it
came back to me with the request to make it
wind easier. Ou examination I louud that the
stem was rusty, and I iuqutred into the cause
ol it. The geutleuiiu 6tated to me that he was
starting some saw-logs that had lodged iu the
bend ol the river, when his chain caught in a
bush aud threw his watch into about twelve
leet ol water, and he was about two Lours hnd
ing it. When he got it out is, was ruuuiug and
all right, lu about three months
he found that the Bitui was hard to turn and
sent it to me.
1 can say that the watch is all that the com
pany claims lor it aud 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 lor the
Wrn- Ellery Watch » » # By the way this El
lery Is a watch 1 sold iu your screw Bezel Case
to a farmer last fill' 'lire lirst ol January he
lost the watch iu the woods, aud lijuud it this
week in about a foot ol water. It had lain
three mouths aud over in snow and water,
with but slight injury to the watch—only a
C. S. RAYMOND."
The above were very severe tests, and demon
strate beyond a doubt, that fjr any reasonable
length ol time during which a watch might be
undor water it would receive uo injury what
We make these cases in both gold and silver,
and as a Perfectly Du»l-pr#ofSt«m Wind
ins Watch Cake, Challenge tlie World
(o produce its Equal.
For Sale by all First-Class Jewelers
Da. TCTT:— Dear Siri For ten yearn I linvo
been a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation and
Piles. Last spring vonr pills were recommended
to me; I u«e>l them (but with little faith). lam
now a well man, have good appetite, digestion
perfect, regular stools, piles gone, and I liavo
gained forty pounds solid licsh. lh'-y are worth
their weight in gold. . _
ItBV. R. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
A TORPID LIVER.
Loss of Appetite, Nausea, Bowels costive,
fain in tlie Head, with a dull sensation
inthe back part, Pain trader tho Shoulder
blade, fullness after eating, with a dis
inclination to exertion of body orjnind,
Irritability oFtemper, Low spirits, Les%
'of memory, with a fcelingof havin* ne
iected some duty. Weariness, Dizzinesß,
Fluttering of thejioart, Dotsjbefore tlio
eyes, Yellow Skin, Headache, Hestless-;
ness at night, hiffhlycolored Urine.
IF THESE WARNINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS OISEASES WILL BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT 3 PILLS are especially adapted to
Suclirases, onedosee fleet*«uflinthauge
of feeliiiir as to a.tonlsh tlic sufferer.
Try tills remedy fairly, aud you >vlll
Rlii a heallliy IMirestiou, timorous
idy, Pure Blood, Stronir IVervc*. and
a Sound I.iver. „ prlce.2« «. ents.
TUTT'S HAIB, DVE
Gray Hair and WhUkeiS changed to a
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acts Instantaneously. Sold by IfriiJE"
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/ DR. TUTT'S NANFAIi ofValuabtc\
, Information and T'«efnl Itecrlritawlll I
be lE.ailed X ltlili ou application. , *
The ou'.y known specific for Epileptic Fits."»a
O"Also for Spasms and Falling Sickness."44
Nervous Weakness quickly relieved and cured.
Equalled by none in delirium of fever.-fc*
genns of disease and sickness.
Cures ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores.
Cleanses blood, quickens sluggish circulation.
Eliminates Boils, Carbuncles and Scalds.^#
Permanently and promptly cures paralysis.
Yes, It is a charming and hciiltliful Aperient.
Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing cause,
psyltouts biliousness and clears complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless
It drives Sick Headache like the wind.-Jifli
Contains no drastic cathartic or opiate?.
Promptly cures Rheumatism by routing ILt»
Restores life-giving properties to the blood.-» 3
Is guaranteed to cure all nervou-i disorders. 'ta
t?/ - Reliable when all opiates fail.-fc#
Refreshes the mind and invigorntes the body..
Cures dyspepsia or money refunded.
%2f~ Endorsed in writing by over fifty thousand
Leading physicians in U. S. and Europe."i#
Leading clergymen in U. S. and Europe."Sft
Diseases of the blood own it a conqucror.-'i*
For sale by all leading druggists. § 1,50."<Ul
1 The Dr. S. A. Richmond Medical Co., Props.,
St. Joseph, Mo. (2)
Chas. >i. Crittenton, A pent, New York City.
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
In a Soi.m GOLD WATCH, aside from
the necessary thickruss for engraving and
polishing, a large proportion of metal id
r.eoled only to stitlen and liolil the engrav
ed portions in place, and supply strength.
The surplus gold Lj actually needless. In
James Boss' Patent Gold Cases this
WASTE is &aved, and SOLIDITY and
STRENGTH increased hy a 6iniple process,
at one-half the cost. A plate of SOLID
GOI.D 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 eases, backs,
centers, bezels, etc., are cut and shaped by
dies and formers. The gold is thick
enough to admit of all kinds of chasing,
engraving ami engine turning. These
cases have been worn perfectly smooth hy
use without removing the gold. This is
the only case made under this process. Bach
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 Juweler.
The Boss watch cases with any kind of
movement desired, eau be had of
WATCHMAKER 1 JEWELER,
.St., Butler, I*a.,
Opposite Troutman's Dry Goods Store.
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A Great Cause of Human Misery
IS THE LOSS OF
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment an<l Radi
cal cure of Seminal Weaknass, or Sperma
torrhoea, induced by Self-Abuse. Involuntary
Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Debility, and
Impediments to Marriage generally; Consump
tion. Epilepsy and Fits: Mental and Physical In
capacity, *fco—By ROBERT J. CULVERWELL,
M. D., author of the "Green Book," &. _ -
The wo: Id-renowned author, in this 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, rings or cordials; pointing
out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by means of which every
sufferer, no matter what liiß condition may be,
may cure himself cheaply, privately and radi
This Ltcture will prove a Boon to Thousands
Bcnt under seal in a plain envelope to any ad
dross, on receipt of six cents or two
postage stamps. Address,
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 ANN ST., NEWT YOBK, N. Y. ; P. O. Box, 450.
Star Beer Bottling Company.
CITY BOTTK.IXG MOUHK.
J. C. BUFFUM & CO., Proprietors,
39 and 41 Market St., PITTSBURGH, PA
Sole Bottlers of Jos. Brewing Go's. MIL
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Beer for Families a specialty. Importers and
dealers in Ales, Btoutu, Ginger A'.o, Siltzer
Water. Ac., Symps all Flavors. Manufacturers
of Bottled Soda Water.
Try our Quart Ginger Ale and Champaign
Cider, made especially for family table use.
Send for Price List. P. O. Box 3'JB. Tele
phone connection. apr2s,4m.
Are of Evory Day Occurred.
Not ft SINGLE INSTANCE ON RECORD in the
past 35 years where one of
HUM been Broken open by Bur
glartt and Bobbed.
Hall's Standard Patent 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.
Person* having Valuable*
should not be without a Hall'*
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
J. L. Hall, Pres't.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO
LOriSVILLE, SAN FRANCISC,
ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND,
WHO it UNACQU XIMTCO with TK| OIOOHAP«Y Of T* £ COJ!M«
TRY WILISIL 15 Y I* AM *l*o TM* MAI* THAT TM»
CBICAGO.RIK ISLFIJDS PACIFIC R'Y
Py the central position of its Hue. counecta tho
East and the West by the shortest rout?, anil car
ries passengers, vrltbout cbaugo of cars, betweeu
Cb.cago and Kansas C;ty, Ccuucil liiulfj Leavcu
worth. Atchison, Minneapolis aud St. Paul. Tt
connects in Union Depots with all the principal
lines of road between the Atlantic and the Paenle
Oceans. ltd equipment Is unrivaled and ma£nul
cent, being compoeed of Most Comfortable and
Beautiful Day Coaches. Matfr::hceut Ilcrtcn Hc
oliuing Chair Cars, Full mail'd Prettiest Palaoa
Bleeping Cars, and the Bust Lmo of Diring Cars
In the World. Thrco Trains between Chicago and
Missouri Kivcr Points. Two Trains between Chi-
and Minneapolis and at. Paul, via the Famous
"ALBERT LEA ROUTE.'*
A New and Direct Line, via Seneca and Kanka
kee, has recently been opeu a J between ltiehm jr.d,
Norfolk, Newport News. Chattanooga. Atlanta, Au
fuota. Nashville. Louisville. Lexington,Cincinnati,
and Lafayette, anrl Omaha, M.uaeap
ol■ 3 and St. Paul and intermediate points.
All Through Passengers Travel on Fast Fxpresa
Tickets for sale at *ll principal Ticket CfCccain
the United States and Canada.
Baggage checked through and rates of fare aU
ways as low as competitors that offer less advan
For detailed information, get the Maps and Fold
ers of the
CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,
At your nearest Ticket Office, or address
R. RS CABLE, E. BT. JVJHN,
Vice Pris. 4 Gen'l M'g'r. Ccn'l Tkt. & r*i*.
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and liair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Parker's Hair Balsam is finelv perfumed and is
warranted to prevent falling atthe hair and to re
move dandruff and itching. Hiscox & Co , N. Y.
50c. and $1 lisc*, at dealers in draft and medicines.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run down l>y family or house
hold duties try PARKEU'S GINGER TONIC.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental strain or anxious cares, do not take
in toxica tin g stimulants, but use Parker's Ginger Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
ism, Kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs,
stomach, towels, blood or nerves. Pa i kfk's Ginger
TONIC wiil cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And the 6est and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasting away from nge, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
GINGER TONIC at once; it will invigorate and build
you up from the first dose hut will never intoxicate,
it has savedhundicds of lives; it may save yours.
CAUTION!—Refuse all subrtituies. Parker*! Ginger Tunic is
composed of the best remedial agents in the world, an J is entirely
different fro:n preparation# of ginger alone. Send for circular to
lliicox & Co., N. Y. 50c. & $1 sizes, at dealers in drujs.
GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.
I Its rich and lasting fragrance has made this
B delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There
H is nothing liko it. Insiit upon having FLOBES-
B TON COLOGNE and look for signature of
I on every bottle. Any druggi't or dealer in perfumery
■ can snpply yo;:. 05 and 75 cent fizw.
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS,
5.6. Purvis & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Rough and Planed Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Brackets, Gauged Cornice Boards,
SHINGLES & LATH.
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Near German Catholic C'hurcb
Importod Clydesdale Stalli on
fa - EARL OF INGLESTON
j l *""' Wlil niake the season of ISS3
11 at the stable of Julian A. Clark,
oue milu cast of Prospect, Those
lute rented in luavy draft horses will And it to
their advantage to cull at my stable and see the
horse and his colts. The Earl is one ol the
finest stcek tetters ever hroi'ght to Butler
ounty. See bills or address
JULIAN A. CLARK,
i!3-2cimiiy. I'rospett, Pa.
IMPORTKU CLYDESDALE STALLION
Will be found at the stables of Hubert llessel
gosser, near Leasureville, Wlntleld tup., liutler
Co. I*a.. during the season. Lord Clemis, a beauti
ful dark bay. with two white feet and star in fore
head.broad and squarely built,tine Iwine and nius
ele and shows the stock well. Hair on the front
of the shin seven inches long aud thirteen oil the
baek of the fttotiock.
EAHI, OF SKI.KIKK is a light bay,-three white
feet and white face, well shaped, short back,
long <|uarters, heavy bone, shows the blood well.
These horses were imported by Hubert Hessel
gesser in tss'2, and are registered animals in the
Clydesdale Stud books in Scotland, and the books
can be seen at Mr. Hesselgesser's.
Also. I'RINVE KILDAHK, a three-quarter Cly
desdale, will be kept at the same sfiible. I All-3m
THE TROTTING STALLIONS.
J. Golden and-Gcn. Grant will make the season
of 1883, at Butler, Butler county, Pa.,
NEAR THE WICK HOUSE.
Those interested in fine horses will find it to
their advantage to ea'l for terms. Nee t ills, or
address. J AH. 8. HAVES, Butler, Pa,
may 2 2m.
PUREVBra H c«
From the Districts of ASSAM, CHIT I'AGOSH,
CACIIAR. KANGKA VALLEY, DARJEEL
-ING, DEHKA DOON, and ethers. Absolutely
Pure. Superior in Flavor. The Most Ecouom-
Ical. Requires only half the u>ual quantity.
Sold by all Grocers. JOHN C. PHIL.LIP.-I &
CO., Agents of the Calcutta Tea Syndicate,
130 Water St., N. Y. Novß-ly.
TliriiFDt WANTED $ 100, -'"a-.
BOOTS and SHOES
SPRINQ STYLES NOW OPENING AT THE
BOOf AND I MI lUS£
B. C. HDSEITBI
Largest an<l Finest Style* and Lowest Prices ever showu I»y
aoy House iii Bailer. All Fresh Woods
MADE TO; MY SPECIAL ORDERS
•and warranted, Our motto is FAIR DEALING WITH EVERYBODY , floods just as we rep
resent them, same price to all. Quick sales and small profits.
I WANT THE: LADIES
To look at my French Kid Torn Button Boots (Cur Kid. Mat Top Cur. Kid
Fox Boots.) Gondola, (St Goat, Pebble Goat.) Serge, (Goat Fox.
Cloth 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 GBNTIiEMEIir
To step in and look at my 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 k ßals, Slippers, «kc., all
New and Nice Styles very cheap. Infants' and childrens' Shoes
in endless variety, from 25 cents upwards.
The Largest Slock of Leather and Findings of any House in
Butler. Lowest Prices.
New Goods Constantly Arriving.
REPAIRING. All kinds done at Reasonable Rates.
COME AND SEE THIS STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY.
R. C. Puller, Pa.
NEW STORE. NEW STOCK
A NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK OP
" ii mum TAN mines JIISI MEMTPJ"
OAK AND HEMLOCK SOLE, ,
FRENCII AND DOMESTIC KIPAND CALF,
COM.AIt. \VELT. SKIRTING
CPPER, BELTING, HARNESS AND LACE LEATHER
ROA"N AUSTID PINK rjIHSTIUSTG-S, ETC.
ALSO M ANVFACTCRKR OF ALL KINDS OF
Carriage, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Collars, Etc., Etc.
And carry a foil stock of Whips, Robes, Blankets, Brushes, and all other Goods belonging to
All Kinds of Repairing will Receive Prompt Attention.
fcri'loane call and examine our Goods and get Prices before you purchase elscwhero.
Plastering Hair Always on Hand.
CASH PAID TOR HIDES AND PELTS.
Reiber'a Block, Jefferson Street, opposite Lowry House. Butler, Pa
jC/ 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 tliey can
not come and make their oivn selection,
we guarantee to select stock for them
that will give them satisfaction in the
way of assortment and price. To assure
their success will be our aim, thereby
adding new customers and new business.
Porter & Donaldson, A
WHOLESALE ONLY, f
260, 262 and 264 L
CARPETS AND WALL PAPERi
D. & F. S. WELTY having made important changes in their business location, now occupying
bu ' " ftS l2O FEDERAL STREET and 65 A «7 PARK WAY.
Rooms Nos. 65 and 67 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 the city. FOB 15 DAYS HH \Y LL.L O* TKB
60 pieces of TAPESTRY BRUSSELS atSOcts BO I')' USB V £ - *
VELVETS at $t 25. MOQTETTES at $1.20.
INGRAIN CARPETS from 22 cts. upwards. 3-PLY at HO eta.
One Pair Curtains and one Coruice or Pole for $2.00. W all Pai>er from o cts. per roll upwards,
Woods at Exceedingly Low Prices at _____
D. & F. S. WELTY,
120 Federal St., and 65 & 67 Park Way, Allegheny, Pa,
And will completely change the Maori in the entir? svstum in three months. Any person who will take ONEPILL
EACH NIGIIT FROM O.VK TO TV.'KLVK W EBKS. m»v he restored U» sound he»Uh. if »i»ch*tojnfUpoyiMj.
For curing Female Complaints these Pills have uo equal. PhyHeunowthm iuUit Boa ton Mass
or sunt by mail for S5 cents in stamps, bend for pamphlet. I. 3. JOHyßQN^lQ.^j>oaton»a*aas^^^^^^ <
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
South of Court House,
MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PA.
All kinds of Pure Wines and Liquors
always on bands, also Beer in
Tobacco and Cigaiv.
EN. LEAKE, M. D.,
• Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Union Block, and residence in
Ferrcro h< a E, Butler, PH.
Oct. 25, l»82.
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office on JefTerson street, opposite
Klintfler'B Flour Store.
AGENTS Wanted A^Tbles
worki ofchanrti-r: mil v«ri<-tv :oOOKS Of' DIUIB#
low IB price. vtlinc 7AU; everywhere; IJMfM tLl **
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