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BUTLER CITIZEN miscellaneou h. A QUEEN OF THE STAGE. "Her Second Love," and the Im portant Secret She Reveals for the Benefit of Women. (Xetc York World.) Several years ago the American pub lic were aroused by the entree upon the stage of a little lady who had been prviously but little announced. She was one of an innumerable number of aspirants for public favor and had no instrumentality, aside from her own talents to cause recognition In spite of this iact. however, she quickly achieved a warm place in the heart of of the public which she has continued to hold ever since, when it was an nounced, therefore, that Miss Maude Granger would star the coming sea eon in the play "Her Second Love," written by Mr. John A. Stevens, it was only natural that unusual interest should be manifested not only in theat rical circles, but in other branches of the community. This was specially the case, as it was known that Miss Granger had, for the past year been in exceedingly delicate health, and the determination to star in a strong emo tional play was the more surprising. One of the staff of this paper was ac cordingly deputized to see the popular lady and verify the rumor or announce its incorrectness. Miss Granger's countenance is fa miliar to nearly every one in the United States. It is a face one seen never to be forgotten. Features re markable in their outline and contour are surmounted by a, pair of large and deep eyes indicative of the greatest soul power. It is easy to see where Miss Granger obtains the ability to portray characters of the most emo tional natnre. She possesses within hereself the elements of feeling without which no emotion can be conveyed to an audience. The man of news found the lady at her home in this city and was accorded a quiet welcome. It was evident at once that she was in greatly improved health, which the expression and color of her counte nance both indicated. "Is it true Miss Granger that you contemplate a starring tonr the com ing season?" "Yes, indeed. My season begins in Chicago on the 16th of July. From there Igo to San Francisco and then play the remainder of the season through the eastern and western states." "Are you confident your health will permit such an undertaking?" A ringing laugh was the first reply to this question, after which she said: "Certainly. It is true I have been 111 for the past two years, but now I am wholly recovered. Few people can have any idea of the strain a con scientious actress undergoes in essay ing an emotional part. It is necessary to put one's whole soul into the work in order to rightly portray the charac ter. This necessitates an utter aban donment of one's personality and an assumption of the character portrayed. It this is an emotional part it is neces sary to feel the same emotions the part is supposed to feeL For more than a year I actually cried each night in cer tain passages of a part I was playing. The audience considered it art. Pro bably it was, but those were none the less real tears and the effect was none the less trying upon my health." "But do you anticipate avoiding this in the future?" "Not in the least. I expect to have just as great a strain as before but with restored health and a knowledge of how to retain it I do not fear." "You speak of a 'knowledge of how to retain health.' Will you please ex plain what you mean by that?" "You must be aware that women by their very natures are subject to trou bles and afflictions unknown to the sterner sex. The name of these trou bles is legion, but in whatever form they may come they are weaknesses which interfere with every ambition and hope in life. I believe thousands of noble women are to-day suffering agonies of which even their best friends and relatives know little or nothing, and when I reflect upon it I confess it mikes me sad. Now all this misery arises from an ignorance of the laws life or a neglect to carefully observe them. I speak from the depths of a bitter experience in saying this, and I am thankful I know the means of res toration, and how to remain in perfect health " "Please explain more fully." ''Well, I have found a remedy which seems specially adapted for this very purpose. It is pare and palata ble and controls the health and life as, I believe, nothing else will. It is re ally invaluable and if all the women in America were to nse it I am quite sore most of the suffering and many deaths might be avoided." "What is this wonderful remedy?" "Warner's Safe Cure." •'And yon use it?" "Constantly." "And hence believe you will be able to go through the coming season successfully?" "I am quite certain of it " "A few questions more, Miss Gran ger Will you pleaae give me a list of the parts you have created and the plays jou have taken part in since your first appearance in public?" "I first played for some time with the amateurs in New York and Brook lyn. I then went to the Union Square theatre for two seasons, after that to the Boston Globe for one season and then to Booth's theatre in this city. Next I supported John McCullougb and afterwards starred in Juliet, Camille Rosalind, etc. Subsequently I created the part of Cicely Blaine in the Galley Slave and also stared in Two Nights in Rome, playing the part of Antonia. The past year I have been playing in the Planter's Wife and the coming season, as I have said, will be devoted to Her Second Loye." As the writer was returning home he fell into a train of musing and won dered if all the women in this land wno are suffering could only know Miss Granger's experience and the re markable results achieved by the pure remedy she used, how much suffering might be avoided and much happiness secured. —Maladies which maybe conveyed by a book, according to the Lancet, are measles, scarlet fever, diphtheria, whooping cough, sore throat, bronchitis and perhaps phthisis. The Beautiful Green Melon. A beautiful thing it was, and right green was Mr. Green, who went down into the cellar about midnight and ate nearly half of it. The next day young Mr. Green said he didn't want any breakfast, and thought he would not to the store. He wished he hadn't seen that watermelon. By the prompt administration of Perry Davis's Pain Killer young Mr. Green's internal economy was reduced to a state of p;ace and comfort. who makes the most distinct footprints on the sand of time. Invigorating Food For the brain and nerve is what we need in these days of rush and worry. Parker's Ginger Tonic restores the vital energies and brings good health and joyous spirits quicker than any thing you can use.— Tribune. Though the President is fond of fishing, he always deals gently with the herring. "A specific, and the only one too lor all forms and types of skin disease, is known the world over as Dr. Ben son's Skin Cure. It is not a patent medicine, but a reliable, certain remedy. Druggists. The farmers are now doing a shock ing business—shocking grain. Doctors and Churches. The doctors of New York city, hun dreds of whom have personally visited Speer's Vinewarys during the wine making season say his Port Grape Wine has proved to be pure, unadul terated, of a fine flavor and tonic pro perties and is unsurpassed for its res torative powers, and they prescribe it as a very superior wine. The princi pal churches in New York and Brook lyn use it for communion. For sale by D. H. Wuller. This year will provide an abund ant yield of potatoes. Cure or no Pay. As soon as the wonderful powers of Wi!~on'a 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 written guarantees to cure or return the money. Nothing could be fairer than this, and their reference is one of the strongest banks in New York city. See advertisement on another page. Delightful vacation weather for those who are fortunate enough to get any. Newspaper men don't know what it is. "Oh, my back!" is a common ex clamation and expresses a world of Misery and suffering. It is singulm this pain arises from such various causes. Kidney disease, liver com plaint, wasting affectiona, colds, rheu matism, dyspepsia, overwork and ner vous debility are chief causes. When thus ailing seek prompt relief. It can be found best in Brown's Iron Bitters. It builds up from t'ie foundation by making the blood rich and pure. Lead in physicians and ministers use and recommend it. A good deed is never lost; he who sows courtesey reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love. —lt is little bits ov things that fret and worry us," says Josh Billings; "we kan dodge an elephant, but we kan't a fly." Cured of Spasms. ' I am well and happy again," says our fair correspondent, Miss Jennie P. Warren, 740 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111., "your Samaritan Ner vine cured me of spasms." —ln 1750 the ordinary wages of a day laborer, for twelve hours' hard work, was a pistareen or twenty cents, this being the rate of wages in Phila delphia, Boston and elsewhere. Most Wonderful. Very seldom do we read of an actu al case of recovery where hope had al together been lost, to equal that which was on Monday investigated by a Dis patch reporter who had heard in vari ous quarters, persons talking to their friends of a cure, seemingly little short of miraculous, that had been performed. Wm. Lincoln Curts is the name of the young man in question. He is now employed at H. K. Porter & Co.'s Lo comotive Works, Pittsburgh. His dis ease was chronic rheumatism. The enormous swelling and pain in the joints of his arm soon produced paraly sis of his left arm. He gradually grew worse, his ankles and knees were Boon even worse than his arms, his cheek bones began to enlarge, spread ing his fas out of all resemblance of bis former self. Two physicians pronounc ed him hopeless. Peruna cured him. Page 26 Dr. Hartman's "Ills of Life." —For any poison, take a heaping tea spoonful of ground mustard, stirred in a glass of cold vi ater; it causes instan taneous vomiting. If you have no mustard, use common salt instead. When vomiting ceases, swallow two or three tablespooufuls of sweet oil or other mild oil, butter or lard, which prevents the poison being absorbed in to the blood; then send for the doctor. —lt is queer, but nevertheless true, that people on the sunny side of life are less liable to sunstroke than those on the shady side. —Did you ever notice the warning, "Paint," posted on a door, that you didn't feel the matter with your finger just to find out if it wasn't dry enough to take down the sign ? You probably never did. It would be contrary to human nature. —lf you are troubled with painful corns try the following simple recipe : Drop some bread crumbs in strong vin egar.—Thus steep them about four four hours. Apply as a paste on re tiring for the night.—P».epeat tbo appli cation for a few evenings. Try it. —A recent number of the London IVar Cry, organ of the salvation Army, thus rejoices over a rather dubious fish tbat has been caught in the Army's net: "A man who had been a siuner for thirty years, imprisoned five times, and had committed almost all the crimes in the category, is now one of us. Hallelujah!" An Amphibious Man. READING, July 15,—A remarkable . exhibition of diving was given in this city, in the Schuylkill river, last even ing. John Fry, the diver, is twenty- j three years old and a brass moulder by trade. He'.is medium in height, broad shouldered, of powerful frame, deop chested and large lungs, and in excel lent health. After doing a good day's work Saturday, he appeared at the river bank dressed in bathing tights, at 7 P. M., accompanied by his trainer. Two iron weights, weighing twenty one pounds, were tied to bis body. He went into the water until thirty feet from the shore, waist deep, and then sat down on the bottom of the river. An attendant stood near him and commenced to hand boiled eggs down to the man. Fry took them one by j one, and devoured while under water Several pretzels were also eaten in the same way. He was exactly two min utes at this meal. He next sat down, and, taking a bottle of pear cider, he drank every bit of it while under water in fortv seconds. The next exhibition was remaining under water two min utes with his mouth open. About 1,- 000 persons witnessed the feats, lie remained under water at one time in a recumbent position three and one-fourth minutes. He says be is able to eat four boiled eggs and two pretzels un der at one sitting any time. —lt is a sad truth that when a man is so reduced that he has to live by his pen he is apt to live in one also. People are pretty nearly the same in all ages of the world. Sir John Haryngton died thirteen years after Spenser, but he wrote of a drunken smith what has answered very well for every drunken smith since his time : 1 heard that Smug the smith for ale and spice Sold all his tools, and yet he kept his vice. —This is one of the best mottoes ever followed :—Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you. A Mormon temple was destroyed by fire in Utah last week. This was a burning shame—and we hope there will be more like it. A Voice from the Northwest. MILWAUKEE, WlS. —The Daily Sen tinel, which is the leading morning paper of this State, writes: "St. Jacobs Oil, the wonderful remadv for rheuma tism, has been used by a large number of people in this city, and with effect truly marvelous." The Huntingdon Local News says: We witnessed a touching scene the other day—a full-grown healthy looking man was going towards the suburbs with a base ball bat over his shoulder, and a few minutes thereafter, while passing his house, we noticed his wife sawing wood in the back yard. —Mr. W. F. Sherwood, 12 N. Water street, Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I had dyspepsia several years. Brown's Iron Bitters promptly gave me relief.'' self and take a good look at yoursell the chance are that you wouldn't want to go iDto yourself again. —Faded hair recovers its youthful color and soft, silky texture by the use of Parker's Ilair Balsam. —There is little room in a printer's stick for jokes on a bed's tick. A Chicago Merchant's Experi ence. After I had become almost skin and bone, with neither strength, appetite nor ambition left, and the doctors couldn't help me, two bottles Parker's Ginger Tonic cured me completely. M B. Westcott, Lamp M'f'r, Chicago. —Advice to watermelon dealers-- keep a sharp watch on the rind. —The trade dollar might be made useful for the payment of old debts. —"As two boxes of Dr. liensm's Celery ane Chamomile Pills cured a friend of neuralgia, whom the Dr I s. here couldn't help, I'll send for seme for myself." Clifford Shand, Windsor, Nova Scotia. —The florists are reaping a harvest. —The crack of an occasional toy pistol i 3 beard. "Have you any trade dollars?" is the query of the average citizen. Beter than Santonin. —Dr. Kellog's Worm Tea never in jures the most delicate child. It is ef ficacious, and far better than those nauseous and repugnant preparations that require other medicines to carry them out of the system. Read this certificate: This is to certify that my child was sick and very much emaciated. I pur chased one paper of Dr. Kellogg's Worm Tea, and gave it according to directions. In 24 hours the child pass ed 10 or 15 large worms and is now well. Daniel Van Yalkenbubq, Utica, N. Y. Phalon's Vitalia. Restores hair to its original color. It is not a muddy compound. Pha lon's Hair Invigorator strengthens and beautifies the hair and removes the dandruff. Phalon's Night Blooming Cercus, delightfully fragrant perfume. All the Phelon's perfumes made by Manhattan Med. Co., with all their original purity. —The people of thin world have queer notions about damages. The laws of some of the States n xtbe value of a human life at $5000; that is the maximum amount that a jury may give for a death by a railroad accident. Yet in one of these States (New York) a jury gave a young woman a verdict the other day of $75,000 for breach of promise. The damages demanded by persons who suffered at the New York and Brooklyn Bridge disaster vary strangely. One woman who had her head scratched wants $20,000, while another asks for the loss of her daughter. frsfSubßcribe for the CITIZEN* aom W /' ROYAL igj Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesoiutn ss. More economi cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low tests, short weight, alum aud phosphate powders. Soi.n ONI.y IN CANS. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, N. Y. HOUSEHOLD WORDS. M a "For Sirk Stomach, bad taste, sinking B spalls 2, "3 K ■■ Kor M p digestion ai.it Liver < ompUmu^uike •' For ('ramp of tlie !Sio:a:u ti or folic, 9 PERUNA in lawili'-•: i* intallihle. 11 dKS • "Those in literary. prnf-->sionalor com -5 mi-rrial i''ir-iu; 1. , 1 l'r.Ki HH S -10 "Forbick Headache, pain in the head, O to dlzitness and lowspirits. take I'KRI NA." -. fcc IJeadatid study our I" ik en tiie "Ills of „ ? Llf«'fiil:ow!ts teaching and be l.appy. tr q "Ladies, it you «i»ti .-tren-yMi, health, H and beautv. sweet tireath. ciierrv tips and ® S3 rosy cheeks, take l'l.iii '•before each o « meal. >, "Tor rtiroulc < atarrh, Nervous De- X ft billly. diseases of tin' l.i\ ran I Killing, « take t'KKi N-A." M S Ask your drnß,'ist tor our paniptiift on o< S. tho •'lliaof Life. •• 8. »■ liartm 111 A Co.. ' 0 Otdo, proprietors. Utf&MMSOB o TUTT'S PILLS A DISORDERED LIVER IS THE BANE of the proHflnt generation. It jg for the Cure of this disease and Its attendants, SICK-HEADACHE. BILIOUBNEBB. DYS PEPSIA. CONSTIPATION. PILES, etc., that TtTTT'S PILLS have gained a world-wide reputation. No Remedy has ever bepa Hi.npvered that acta BO gently on thi digestive organs, pirinK them vigor to aa iimilate food. As a natural result, the Nervous System is Braced, the Muscles redeveloped, and the Body Bobust. Cbills and Fovor. E. RIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Sara. La., says: Mv Dlantation Is In a malarial district. For several years I could not make half a crop on account of bilious diseases and chills. I waa nearly discouraged when I bogran the use of TUTT'S PILLS. The result was marvelous my laborers soon became hearty and robust, and I have had no further trouble. Thev relieve tlie engrorgred eteaiift# the Blood from poloonoua I.umon, ami f anie the bowels to act naturally, with out whieh no one en si feel well. Try this remedy fairly. And you will grain m healthy Vigorom Body. Pure Blood, Ntronff Nerves, and a Sound Liver. Price, IWl'ents. Oflice, 35 Murray Sit., 51. Y. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. OKAY HAIR or WHISKERS changed to a■ OTOSSV Ri \rK bv a sincrle application of this E. It imparts a natural color, and arts instantanoonsty Sold by Druggists, or sent by express 011 receipt of One Dollar. Office, 38 Murray Street, New York. (Dr. TfTT'S .W.4JVe.lf' of Information and I'ne/tsl lleceipta I trill be mailed »KXE 011 apvlivatlon.* I . <NEV£R I ¥ S® j \ \ tCONQUEROR.) 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Baggage checked through and rates of fare al. ways a3 low as competitors t&at oner less advoa or detailed information, get the Maps and Fold ers of the CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE, At your nearest Ticket Oliice, or address R. R. CABLE, E. BT. JOHN, Vico-Pres. L Gen 1 Mgr. Con 1 Til. & raj J. Aft, CHICAGO. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. are benchcui Restores the Youthful Color to Crey or faded Hair P.irkcr's Hair Bilsam 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 sixes, at dealers in drags and medicines. PARKER'S GINGER TONIC S Superlative Health and Strength Restorer. If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with overwork, or a moiher run down by family or house hold duties try PARKER'S GINGEK 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 Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs, stomach, bowels, blood or nerves. PAI KHR'S GINGER TONIC will cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier And the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used. If you are wasting away front age, dissipation or any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take GINGEK TONIC at once: it will invigorate and build you up from the fi st dose but will never intoxicate. It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours. CAUTION!—Rcfu-enll substitutes. P.irkcr's Ginsjer Tonic is composed of the beitremedi.il agents in the world, and is entirely difTen nt from prrj arations cf ginger alone. Send for circular t* lliaccx & Co., N. Y. 50c, A «1 tizes, at dealers ia drugj. GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE. jjj Its rich and lasting frngrance has made this I delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There I is not H in;? like it. Insist upon having FLORES- B TON COLOGNE and look for signature of | on ovpry bottle. dr»s«;Lt or dealer in perfumery BURGLARIES Are of Day Occurrence. Xot a SINGJ.E INSTANCE ON RECOKD in the past 3.5 years where one of Hall's Celebrated STANDARD IDBSIAR - PROOF SAFES Has been Broken open by Bur glars and llobbcd. Hall's Standard Patent Fire* Vroot' Safes Have NEVER FAILED to PRE SERVE their CONTENTS AGAINST FIR It is a well known fact that there is NO SAFK made in the World THAT ES AS GREAT SECURITY AS THE HALL'S SAFE They always protect their contents. PersoiiN baring Valuables *bonl<l not be without a Hall's Safe. HAH's SAFA & Lock Co. J. L. Hall, Pres't. CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO LOUISVILLE, SAN FIIANCISC, ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND, Union Woolen Mill, BUTLER, PA. H. FCLLEBTO.\, Prop'r. Manufacturer of BLANKETS, FLANNELS, YARNS, &c. Also custom work done to order, such as carding ROIIK, making Blankets, Flannels, Knit ting and Weaving Yarns, &c., nt very low prices. Wool worked on the shares, if de sired. my7-ly Blairsville (Pa.) Ladies' Seminary. Beautiful grounds, commodious building heated throughout with steam, Koori table, healthful location, no malaria, THOROUGH INSTRUCTION in English, French, German, Latin, Greek, Music, Drawing, Pain ting,iisc. For catalogues, apply to REV. T. R. EWING, Principal,. Thirty-third year begins Sept. 12,1883 JORDAN EYTH, Wholesale Liquor Dealer, South of Court House, MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PA. (t) All kinds of Pure Wines and Liquors alwavs on hands, also Beer in Bottles. ToV>Jxceo and apr4,3m STEUBENVII.LE, (<).), FEMALE SEMIN ARY. lk-aulifully located o:i Hie Ohio river with 53 years' successful experience. For full information, Address RBV. A. M. HEID, I'll., D., Piesideut. julylß-Bt. # \ 198 LIBERTY RT. _ H PITTSBXT KOJT- • Advertise in the CHIZEN !! SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE I CIRCULAR R SAMPLES OF WORK | I I j CHICAGO. BOSTON, | S CLEVELAND, O. | THE LIGHEST EUNNING Shuttle Machine IN THE WORLD. SEE IT I TRY IT! AND YOU WILL BUY IT. FOR BALE BY BERG & CYPHER, Bntier, Pa. Are You Sick ? WILL CURE DISEASE Without X&edicine. M They have been tested in over 10,000 A A cases of Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Disease of 1' G the Liver and Kidneys, Nervous Dcbll- P N itv, Spinal Diseases, Neuial>;ia, Kheu- L E mutism, C'oiihtipation (chronic), etc. I T Read the testimony of ex-Postmaster A I N. C. Luther, of Attleboro, Mass.; "1 N C put on the Appliances on 22d Maacb, C 1883, for Neuralgia of the Heart. My phy- E sician toid my family that I could not live, 8 as the d'seaoe was iucurable. 1 suffered in tensely and had to anaesthetics constantly. Wonderfully have the Wilsonia iclieved me. After wearing them for one year my confidence in theiu is fully established, both from my own experiences and from what I have seen of their elleets on others." For further particulars, pamphlet, prices, etc. address, Wilsonid Magnetic Clothing Co., 25 East I4lh St., New York. BPEER'S Port Grape Wine Used in the principal Churches for Communion purposed. Excellent for Ladies and WeaklY Persons and the A^ed- SPEER'S PORT WINE FOUR YEARS OLD. This celebrated Native Wine is made from the Juice of the Oporto Grape, raised in this coun try. Its invaluable TONIC andSTRENGTHENING PROPERTIES are unsurpassed by any other Native Wine. Be ing the pure juice of the grape produced under Mr. Speer's own personal supervision, its purity and genuineness is guaranteed. The youngest children may partake of its genorous qualities, and the weakest invalid use it to advantage. It is particularly beneficial to the aged and debili tated, and suited to the various ailreettts that effect the weaker sex. It is in every respect the a Wine to be relied on. SPEER'S P. J. SHERRY. The P. J. Sherry is a wine of Superior Char acter and partakes of the rich qualities of the grape from which it is made. For Purity, Rich noss of Flavor and Medicinal Properties,it will be found unexcelled. SPEER'S P. J. BRANDY, This Brandy stands unrivalled in this country baing far superior for medicinal purposes. It is a pure distillation from tho grape, and contains valuable medicinal properties. I lias a delicate flavor, similar to that of the grapes, from which it is distilled, and is in great favcr among first-class families. See that the signature of AI.FIiEI) KI'F.EIi, Pasnaie, N. J-, is over tho cork of each bottle. Sold by I>. H "Will lei-, AND BY EBUGGISTB EVERYWHERE. L>R ye WTST'S NKRVW AVD TIRAI* THFATUFNT * pmrant«Td«peoitlff for Hysteria, Ptzzinw. FitH, NYrvous NouralKfu Headnoho, Nervous tlon <vuise<! by (he u**; or nlcohol or tobacco, Wakifu!. Bes I *. Mental Depression. FofUninfcof the Prain result intf in Inßanity and leading to misery, decay and death, Freinature Old Aire, Barrenness, Loss of I'ower In either («e*. Involuntary lessen and cauv»"<l by ov«*r-exertlonof tho brain, self abnsoor over-Indulfrvnre. One IK)X will cure recent cases. Eaeh box contains <no month's tr- atnient. One dollar a hoi, or Bix boxes flra dollars; s< nt by mail prepaid on receipt of price. We truar #nt« e six boxes to euro anvcax'. V'ith eaeh on'tr rv ceive<l f»»r six boxes, aceoinpnniefl with five dollars, wo will nend tlie purchaser our written ifuarante*' t«» r« fund tn<»ney if treatment does not efTeet a cure. Guarantee* in-tiod onlv by Jos. Fleming, DrufiJflat, 84 Market Pittsburgh, Pa,_Ufq<;r> by uuii si rtjjuiar jinccs^ HOW WATCHES ARE MADE. In a S< I.IK GOLD WATCH, ASIDE from the necessary thickness K>r engraving aud polishing, a large proportion of metal is needed only to stiffen and hold the engrav ed portions in place, and supply strength. The surplus gold Is actually needless. In Janus Boss' Patent Gold TlateA Cages this WASTE is saved, and SOLIDITY and BTaEN'C.TII increased hy a ample process, at one-half the cost. A plate of SOLID GOLD is soldeml on each side of a plate of hard nickel composition metal, and the three are then passed between polished steel rollers. From tliis the cases, backs, centers, bezels, etc., are cut and shaped by dies and formers. The gold is thick enough to admit of all kinds of i basing, engraving and engine turning. These cases have l>een worn j>criectly smooth by use without removing the gold. TTtis is the only ease made under this process. Each ease is accompanied with « valid guarantee signed hi/ 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. GRIE B-» WATCHMAKER 1 JEWELER, .YZaiu St., KCutlcr, Pa., Opposite Troutman's Dry Goods Store. POWDER Always the Best. STRAWBERRY CAKE. To the yolks of three eggs beaten add one cup white sugar, one-half cup butter, one-half cup sweet milk, two cups floi'r having in it one measure "BANNER" Baking Powder, the whites of three eggs beaten stiff; bake in jellv-cake pans; when cold, and ]ust before eating, place in layers, covering each one with strawberries which have previously been sugared. Strawberry Short Cake, Take one pound of tlour ; mix well through it 0110 and a half measures "BANNER" Baking Powder; aJld two tea.-poonfuls salt; then rab in one-half pound shortening; add with a spoon on:-li&lf pint sweet mill.; bake in jelly-cake pans; when cold, and jnst before eating, place in layers, covering each one with strawberries which have previously been sugared. ONLY KNOW N CURE FOR" RUPTURE THE TRIIWFII TKISB CO., No. !( South Thirteenth wtrecr, Philadelphia, and 71 Third avenue New York, cures Rupture in 30 days, and will pay SI,OOO for a Rupture they cannot cure. Dr. Engleman. the GREAT HER NIA Surgeon, Medical p.\d Surgical Director. TERMS MODERATE. EXAMINATION FREE. Free tiial of Trusses at Offices,which are open day snd evening, at Room 45, Hamilton Hotel, 206Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. for a shot t time only. Call or send 25 cents for book on the cure of Rupture, N. ll.—Dr. E. treats successfully all Female Diseases, at Hamilton Hotel. jyll 3m EEEEEEE How Lost, How Restored Jnit published, a new edition of DR. CUL YERWELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY on the BAIJICAI. CCKE of SPEBMATOHHIEA or Seminal Weakness, Involuntaiy Seminal Losses, 15.,0- TENCV. Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedi ments to Mariiage, etc; also, CoNsmimos. EriI.EFSY and Fns, induced by self-indulgence, or sexual extravagance. Ac. The celebrated author, in this n lniir&ble essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming conse quences of self-abuse may be radically curod; pointing out a mode of cure at once simp'e, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radi cally. taTThirt Lecture should be in the handß of evoiy youth and every man iu the laud. Sent under seal In a plain envelope to any ad dress, post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps. Address, THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., 41 Ann St., New Yobk, N. Y. ; P- O. Box, 450. oetll-ly. Star Beer Bottling Company, AND CITY ROTTMXO HOUSE*. J. C. BUFFUM & CO.,Proprietors, 39 and 41 Market St., PITTSBURGH, PA Sole Bottlers of Job. Sehiltz Brewing Co'fl, MIL WAUKEE LAGEK BEER. Schiltz' Export Beer for Families a specialty. Importers and dealers iu Ales, Stouts, Ginger Ale, Siltzer Water, Ac., Syrups 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 398. Tele phone connection. apr2s,4m. ported Clydesdale Stallion OFINGLESTON Will make the season of ISB3 nU H at the stable of Juliau A. Clark, one mile east of Prospect, Those interested in heavy draft. horses will find it to their advantage to call at my stable and see the horse oud his Jcolts. The Earl is one of the licest stock Betters ever brought to Butler ounty. Sic bills or address JULIAN A. CLARK, S232cimay. Prospect, Pa. iuirawilji ® C! INDIA IJb AM From the Districts of ASSAM, CHIT I'AGONG, CACHAK, KANGKA VALLEY, DAKJEEL IN(r, DEHKA LOON, aud ethers: Absolutely | Puie. Superior iu Flavor. The Most Econom ical. Requires only half the usual quantity. Sold by all (iroeers. JOHN C. PHILLIP4 A CO.. Agents of the Calcutta Tea Syndicate, 130 Water St., N. Y. Novß-ly. _ Thc richest, creamy Ifoffr BEER ever quafted. _COra Purifies the blood. OA AT nILnH CURES Dyspepsia, KIIUI Liver and Kidney dls- K r.M min Sent by Hail lr on receipt ot 26cts, (n postage stamps. Addr.sr: BEAN & RAPE, Wholesale Druggists, Nos. 47 & 49 N. 2d St., Philadelphia. I2>r* Advertise in the CITIZKW. P. A W. R. R. Time Table. The morning train for Allegheny leaves But ler at 8.31, Butler or local time and arrives there at 10:20. The noon train for Allegheny leaves Butler at 1:27 P. M. and arrives there at 3:20 P, m. The evening train for Alloeheny leaves at 5:50 P. x- and arrives there at 7:46 p. M, The morning aud evetiiug trains make close connections at Callerv Junction for all points west. 1 i.iins going north leave Butler at 9:56 A. X. and 1:27, and 6:03 P. M., local time. The 9:56 A. M. train ruus through without change of cars via the F. B. & B. R. K. to Sheflicld Junction, and the C:O3 p. M, train to Clarion Junction. Trains leave Allegheny City for Butler at 7:51 and 11;21 A. M. and 4;00 p. M., local time. Sunday train going north leaves Butler at 9:56 A. M., and going south at 5:50 p. M. Tnuus leave Zelienople for Allegheuy at 6:40 and 9:10 A. M., and 12:46 and 5:26 P. M., and the 9:10, 12:46 and 5:20 trains make close con nection at Callcry with tiains going north on the Foxbnrg division. West I'enn Time Table. Trains leave Butler (Butler or Pittsburgh time.) Market at 4:41 A. M., goes through to Allo gheny, arriving at 9:01 A M. This train, when on time, connects at Freeport AtconimoJa tion, which arrives at Allegheny at 7:55, city time. Express at 7:10 A. M., connecting at Butler Juuction, without change of cars, »t 8.21 with Express west, arriving in Allegheny at at 9;SI A. M.. and Express east arriving at Blairsviile at 10:28 A M., railroad time, where it makes close connection with Mall train east. Maii at 2.41 P. x., 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 Joliunown Accommodation aud Philadelphia Express east. Trains arrive at Butler on West Penn R. R. at 9.4 A. M., 4.46 and 5.21 p. M., Butler time Sbenango A Allegheny R. R. Passenger trains leave llilliard at 7:25 a, in, and 2:30 p. m., arriving at Uarrisvillc at 8:07 a. iu. aud 3:20 p. in., and at Greenville at 9:55 a. m. and 6:10 p. m.; a passenger train leaves Coaliown at 12:25 p. in. and arrives at Green ville at 3:15 p. in. Trains leave Greenville at 7:00 a. m., 11:35 a. m. aud 4:00 p. m., arriving at Coaltowu at 10:15 a. m. and at Hilliards at 1:45 p. m. and 7;15 <p. m. Train No. 7 which leaves Mercer at 9:24* a. in. and arrives at llilliard at 12;15 p. m. will carry passengers between those two points only Time of Holding Courts* The several Courts of the oounty of Bntler commence on the Hist Monday of March, June, September and December, and continue two weeks, or BO long as necessary 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. F. BOWSER, Ofllce in Brady's Law Building. S. B. SNYDER, Office with A. T. Black, Esq., Mala street, neat Court House. J. D. MARSHALL, Attoniey-at-Law. Ofllce witft W. A. Forquer, Es<[., Main Street, opposite Yogeley House, Butler, Fa. Feb2B-'B3. J. M. THOMPSON. W. C. THOMPSON THOMPSON & SON, Attorneys at I .aw. Office on the west side of Main street, few doors North of Trout man's dry goods store. JOHN K. KELLY, Office with F. Reiber, Esq.. in Relber building. GECKGE C. PILLOW, Attorney at Law ami SURVE\Ot, Main street, Butler, i'a. Office with J. DM« J uikln. J. M. GALBREATH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on Main Street, South of Court Houie, in Gen. l'uiv.ance's former office. Aug2 1y1882,. R. P. SCOTT, Attorney at I .aw, Butler, Fa. Office near Cour House, two doors West of CITIZEN office. ATM. CORNELIUS~ Ofllce with W. D. Brandon, Berg Building, Main Street, Butler, Pa. J. F. BRITTAIN, " Office with L Z. Mitchell, Diamond. S. H. PIERSOL. Office on N. E. corner Diamond, Riddle build ng. novl2 JOli N M GREER Office on N. E. corner Diamond. novlJ WM. H. LUSK, Office with W. H. H. Riddle, Esq. _ NEWTON BLACK, Office on Diamond, near Court House, south side. ~~ E. I. BRUGH, Office in Riddle's Law Building. J7B. MCJUNKIN. Special attention given to collections Ofllce opposite W illard House. JOSEPH B. BREDIN, Office north-east corner of Diamond, Butler Pa. H. H. GOUCHER, Office in Schneideman's building, upstaiis. J, T. DONLY Office noar Court House. J " ]74 W. IXBRAN DON, ebl7-75 Office in Berg's building, CLARENCE WALKER, Office in Brady building- marl 7 FELTD REIBER, Office In Reiber's building, Jeflerson St. ap»lj F. M. EASTMAN, Office in Brady building. LEV, McQUISTION, Office Main street, 1 door south of Court Hons* JOS. C. VANDERLIN, Office Main street, 1 door south of Court Hons*. Wm. A. FORQUER, tr Office on Main street opposite Yogeley House. _ 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 House. ~ T. C. CAMPBELL, Office in Berg's new building, 2d floor, east side Main st., a few doors south of Lowry House. mart—tf, C A. SULLIVAN, may 7 Office S. W. cor. of Diamond. A. T. BLACK, Office on Main street, one door south ot Brady Block, Butler. Pa. (Sep. 2,1374. THOMAS ROBINSON, BUTLER. PA. JOHN IL NEGLKY «9-Oives particular attention tc Tans actions iB real estate throughout the couu.y. OFFICE ON DIAMOND, NEAR COLBT Hone*, I* CITIZEN BUILDING ST K. ECKLET, KENNEDY MARSHALL (Late of Ohio.) ECKLEY & MARSHALL. Office in Brady's Law Building. 8ept.9,74 ~~a G. CHRISTIE, Attorney at Law. Legal business carefully transacted. Collections made and promptly remitted. Bu.-iness correspoudenco promptly attended to and answered. EN. LEAKE, M. D., • Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office in Union Block, and residence in Ferrero hi Be, Butler, Pa. Oct. 25, ioPi2. JOHN E. BYEItS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, myil-ly] BUTLER, PA. Office on Jefferson street, opposite Flour Store. iiJJJJJiIjJIJf]. c. McCURU* St Co..