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A Case that Puzzled the Whole
Mrs. Milo Ingrum gave tbe names of
tome of tbe most reputable physicians .
in the two cities (Pittsburgh and Alle- !
gheny), to whom ahe had paid large
»ums of money for treatment, but she
rapidly grew worse. She was then
token to tbe most reputable physicians
and surgeons in New \ ork, but with
no better success. They had all pro
nounced it cancer, and declared she
must die. The flesh of her breast was
eaten away down to her ribs; the
breast bone'was laid bare, and the dis
ease mado its way upwards, causing
tbe breast to become detached from the
wall of the chest, hanging loose from
above. See page 26, of Dr. Hartman.s
"Ills of Life," how PEBUNA cured her.
They are given away by druggists,
lii-eu in a draft and have tbe result of
vour imprudence annoying your com
fort, insufflate with a few applications
of Papillon Catarrh Cure, and you will
be relieved at once For sale by J. L.
Wuller and I). H. Wuller.
Owed to spring—The rheuma
Look Out for Your Head !
No matter what parts it may finally
affect, catarrh always starts in the head,
t and belongs to the bead. There is no
mystery about this direful disease. It
begins in a neglected cold. One of the
kind that is "sure to be better in a few
days " Thousands of victims know
how it is by sad experience. Ely's
Cream Balm cures colds in the bead
and catarrh in all its stages. Not a
snuff nor a liquid. Applied with the
finger to tbe nostrils.
This is official—Peach crop all
is living a married woman of thirty
years who wears overalls and chops
wood with her husband, averaging a
cord of wood a day. Some men are
sunburned or inflamed, bathe them with
Papillon Skin Cure; it will allay tbe
infiamation instantly. For sale by J.
L. Wuller and D. H. Wuller.
Music of the spheres—The jingle
of a pawnbroker's sign.
One of the strongest proofs of the
Talue of Kidney-Wort as a remedy
for all diseases of the kindeys, liver and
bowels, is the fact that it is used and
prescribed by "regular" physicians.
Phillip C. Ballou, M. D., of Monkton,
Vt., says: Take it all in all, it ia the
most successful remedy I have ever
—Papillon Skin Cure will remove
dandruff, cure barber's itch, inordinate
itching, Sabaceous tumors, bloches,
Maggot pimples, grog blossoms, carbun
cles and boils. It never fails. For
aale by J. L. Wuller and D. 11. Wul
—However good a cigar may be,
some time or other it meets its match.
Polishing the Wrong End.
Many men daily polish their boots
who never give a thought to the condi
tion of their hair, except to barrow it
casually with brush and comb, or sub
mit it to the paralysing attention of
the average barber. What happens ?
Why, this: From neglect, mental anxi
ety, or any of a score of causes, the
hair turns prematurely gray and begins
to fall out. Parker's Hair Balsam will
»t once stop the latter process and re
storo the original color. An elegant
dressing, free from grease.
—Kentucky has a pig with eight
legs. But if Kentucky is trying to
eatch the boarding bouse trade she
f-hould stop bothering with pigs and
<to raising chickens with eight legs.
—Hop Plasters are clean, sweet and
pleasant to use. Fresh Hops combined
with Balsams and Gums More pow
erful than any other porous plasters.
—The smoking car, it seems ought
to be styled the mail coach, but it
—A certain old toper is so Btrongly
prejudiced that he won't eat fish be
•atise they live in the water.
—The proper question to ask a
young woman who is about to elope
is, "Does your mother know your
—lf Philadelphia Keely really
wants a perpetual moter for his inven
* lion he should lasso a tireless tariff
—There is one thing that Prince
Bismarck cannot do to the American
pig. He cannot prevent his turning to
—lts perfectly safe now in Oiivcin
■ati for everyone but book agents.
—When Hamlet heard that a facto
ry in Michigan turns out 1,400 wash-,
boards every day he exclaimed, "Ah
there's the rub!"
—The clerk who can sell his salary
&>r six months ahead will some day
develop into a bold financier, if the
I'borhouse doesn't capture him before
—The foundation of the British
Government cannot be unsettled by
dynamite. But we would warn the
Queen against writing any more
—An exchange advises that rubbers
"should not be worn in the house all
the time." That is a fact. They
should always be taken off before
foing to bed.
—An Alabama widower with twen
ty-one children has just married a
Texan widow with nineteen children,
and started a newspaper to supply the
colony's long felt want.
An old physician, retired from practice, having
hml placed In Ins hands by an Kasi India mission
ary tin* formula of a simple vegetable remedy for
the speedy ami |* rniaiicnt cure of < 'onsiiiiiptlon.
Ilmncilllls, Catarrh. Asthma ami all throat ami
I.IITIK Alteehoiis, also a |«>sltlve ami radical cure
lor Nervous licbtlltv and all Nervous Complaints,
afier ha villi; tested their wonderful euratlve low
ers ill thousands ol eases, has lelt it Indiity to
Bi ik'- It known to Ills suffering fellows. Actuated
by this motive and a ileslrit to relieve human mif
feriuK. I will send trie of charge, to all who ile
al re it, this recipe, In Cermau, I' retiell or Knulish,
v. illi full directions tor picparliiK and using,
♦'••ill by mail l>y addressing with stamp. naming
tins paper, W. A. Novks, I l!i Power'* Mock,
Jiocliestcr, N V. .Hepm-M-ly'eow
We charge it over to the bad luk ac
The Emperor Lonis Napoleon smoked
only tbe finest cigars the -world could pro
duce. Prof. Hereford says the Emperor s
ciifsrs were made Bpecially for him In Ha
vana from leaf tobacco arown In the Golden
Belt of North Carolina, this being the finest
leaf grown. Blackwell's Bull Durham
Smokiwr Tobacco is made from the same
leaf used in tbe Emjjeror'n curare, is abso
lutely pure and is unquestionably thejjest
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's (rifted daughter. Anne, In
her sketch of Alfred Tennyson, in Harper'*
Monthly, tells of her visit to the <?reat poet
She found him smokin? Blackwcll's B»-ll
Durham Tobacco, sent him by Hon. James
Russell Li well. American Minister to the
Court of St. James.
In these days of adulteration, it is acorn
fort to smokers to knoic that the Bull Dur
ham brand is absolutely pure, and made
from the best tobacco the world produces.
BlackweU's Ball Durham Smoking To
bacco is the (•«< and purest made. All
dealers have it. None genuine without
the trade-mark of the Bull.
Causes no Pain.
■ Gives Relief at
Bs^Co io^o»"£ADlO iice. Thorough
rH/yFEVERib gm Treatment will
Not a Liq
/ -^ s aHaid or Snuff. -Ap-
Give it a Trial.
| A) cents at druggists.
u Lai cents by mail regis-
s " ldfor " ,rc "
ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, N. V.
This porous planter ia gfc
abaolately the tjest erer
made, combining thu
rirtaea of hop# with PLuSTEII
guma, balsams and ex- ■ ■■
tractn. ita power in wonderful ia curing diseases where
other plaatcra aim pi J relieve. Crick in the Back and
Keck, Pain in the Side or Lirnba, StifT Joint* and Mu.sciea,
Kidney Troubles, Rheumatism, Nouraigria, Boro Chest,
Affections of the Heart and IJver, and all pains oraches
in any part cured inatantly by the Hop Platter, tf Try
m m —1 it. Price 25 centa or fivo for J IOO.
£jL VWI »■ Mailed on receUit of price. Sold by
all dniKwrists and country atoros.
Q /k f \ 1w Hop 1 loiter Camjxiny,
19 W Proprietors, Boston, Mass.
nf"For constipation, low of appetite and tlldeaaesof the
bowls take Hawlay'a Stomach and Liver Pills. 25 cents.
A Public Benefactor.
Win. H. Slelnor. Member ol tbe
Edilorial Mail «f (be Xcw
York Heralil; H!N« EX-
C'oinmiHHloiier ot Ex
cine Kev York Cllj
48 Ann MI., HHJH:
Dr M. M. Fenner, Fredonia, N. Y —Dear eir—
I have been a great uufferer from BilliouisneMe
NervouM irritation and Dyspe|>nia for years
My friend, Hon. H. C. Lake of the Now York
Cuntorn Honse, induced mo to try your Blood <fc
Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic. By tlieiune of
two bottlea I have realized a complete restora
tion to health. I look upon it as the greatest
remedy of the ago, and upon yon, aa the com
pounds of the tame, as a public benefactor.''
FROM THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE-
New York Tribune, New York,
Dr. M. M. Fenner. Fredoi.ia, N. Y.—Dear Sir
| Pleafie send me two more bottles of your
Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic. My
ife hae been taking it and it hai done her good
Yours truly, C. A. TRACY.
Completely, and entirely cleanses the blood
relieves Biliousness, Constipation and Headache;
cleaus out and heals the entire stomach and
bowels, breaks up and cures Agues and form
ing Fevers; cures Pimples, Skin Eruptions and
Skin Diseases, removes Bal Breath, is an anti
dote for the Blues; sooths, strengthens and
heals Weak and Irritated Nerves, producing
good rest at night; and completely renovates
and restores a disordered syslem—^whether ilie
disorder is slight or grave.
I)R. FKNNER.H KIDNEY AND BACK-ACHE
CURE—For all diseases of the Kidneys, bladder,
urinary passages, backache, dropsy, female
weaknesses, nervous debility, Heart disease,
rheumatism' elc. The most successful remedy
that has ever been administered in the diseases
named. Oet of your dealer the memorandum
book entitled "Dr. Tenner's People's Remedies
are Used all Over tlie World." And are for
sale by J. L. Wuller and D. H. Wuller. Butler,
TAKE ALL THE
Kidney & Liver
Aud Indigeatlou Curea.
And BIIIGUM Npelfiea.
Brain & Nerve
In short, take all the best qualities of all these,
and the best qualities of all the best Medicines
of the World and you will find that HOP
BITTERS have the best curative qualities and
power* of all concentrated in them, and that
they will cure when any or all of these, singly
or combined, fail. A thorough trial will give
positive proof of this.
RELIABLE MEN, having good natural abilities
and pluck, to sell NI.'HSKHV ST<« K. Much men
are sure to succeed aud earn liberal salaries
from tbe start. Situations Permanent. Write
CILEN BROTHERS. Nnrseymen,
Rochester, N. Y.
lEKiIwA For COLOR and SWEETNESS
MHlaKffl Use BEAN'S CONCENTRATED
Extract of Annatto.
»wn Color. Brightest
»• * aai Strongest. »"r <•' r»»»
chant, or send 25 eta. to fur a aaiupUi. rotor lug ZAOlba. to
BEAN. RAW? A CO., No. *35 Market St.. I'lflMD A,
A receipt lor making n valuable preparation,
which will remove lan, freckki., j luiples and
blotches, leaving the skin clear and soft, and
the complect lon b< atitllul; »l-o, Instructions lor
producing a line giowtli of hrlr on the head or
lace, will be mailed to any person sending .( ets.
in Btiiinps to Forbes <.V <. < ~ No. !HJ Broad say,
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
cf Butler county, the undersigned as adminis
trator of Samuel Andre, dee'd., late of Con
cord twp., will expose to public sale at the
Court House In Butler, on
Thursday the of M.ij. IhS4
at one o'clock p. m , Jill tl.»* interest fbcinir one
tenth interest) of Samuel Andre, dee'd , in the
lollowin.' described real estate, viz: All that
tract situate in Concord twp.. Butler eounly,
l'a., bounded north by Thos. Fleming; east by
Ji o. Morrow; south by* James Hamilton and
west by Christian Fleecer's heirs, containing
KO ACRES MORE OR LESS.
Also the following tract situated in the Stale,
county and township aforesaid and bounded
north'by John Morrow, er.st by Peter Fleeirir,
south by John Whitmire and west by Junes
Hamilton's 1 eirs, containing 4-'» acres more or
lc=s Terius ca-h. DANIEL ANDRE,
Adm'r. of Samuel Andre, dee'd.
McJnnkin A Galbreath, att'ys.
Estate of Ttoos. Clark, Dee'd.
I.ATE OF WOETH TOWNSHIP.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Thomas Clark, dee'd., late of Worth twp., But
ler Co., Pa., having been granted to the under
signed, all persons knowing themselves in
debted to said estate will please make imme
diate payment and those having claims against
said estate will present them duly authentica
ted for settlement.
J. C. KELLY. Administrator,
Slippervrock P. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
Estate »! John B. iMliaMry
(LATE OF CLINTON' TOWXSHIII, L>KF '!>.)
Letters testamentary on the estate of John
B. Montgomery, dee'd", late of Clinton town
ship, Butler Co., Pa., having been granted to
the undersigned, all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate will please make
immediate payment and those having claims
against said estate will present tlu-ra duly au
thenticated for settlement,
JAMES E. MONTGOMERY, Ex'r.,
Riddles X Roads, Butler Co., Pa.
Estate of Jonepli 11. Patterson,
LATE OF BITTLKE COL'XTY, I>E( 'L>.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Joseph 11. Patterson, dee'd., late of the county
of Butler, Pa., having been granted to the un
dersigned all persons knowing themselves in
debted to said estate will make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against said es
tate will present them July authenticated for
NANCY PATTERSON, Adm'x.
Mar. 2»5, 'B4. Coultersyille, I'a.
McJunkin & Galbreath, Att'ys.
Estate ol Samuel Andre, iee'i.
(LATE OF CONCORD TOWNSHIP.)
Letters of administration ou the estate of
Samuel Andre, dee'd., late of Conc:>rd twp.,
Butler county, Pa., having been granted to tbe
undersigned, all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate will make immediate
pavment, and those having claims against said
estate will present them duly probated for set
tlement DANIEL ANDRE, Adm'r.
Mar. 20, 'B4. McJunkin d- Galbreath, att'ys.
Notice is hereby given that James Barr, com
mittee of Irvine Rarnsy, lately dee'd, a lunatic,
has filed his final account in the office of the
Pri thonotary of Butler Co., Pa., in the Court
of Com. Pleas, at C. P. No. 1, Sep. term 1843
and that said account will be presented for con
firmation anl allowacce on Wednesday the 4th
day of June, lkS4.
M. N. GREEE, Prothonotary.
Prothy's. office, May 5, 1884.
Notice is hereby given that A. Roessing, As
signee of L. B. Roessing has filed his Final Ac
count in the office of the Prothonotary of the
the Court of Common Pleas of Butler Coiintv
at M'C, D. NO. 15 March term 1883 and that
the same will be presented to said Court for
confirmation on Wensday the 4th day ol June,
1884. M. N. GREEK, Prothonotary.
Prothonotary's office, May 0, 1884.
Jury List For May 20.
List of Traverse Jurors drawn to serve in a spe
cial term of Court commencing the fourth Monday
ol May being the twenty-sixth day A, I)., l-'l.
Allen Joseph,Coniuxiuetiessing tp., N. farmer.
Anderson Samuel, (Minion, farmer.
Allison Anderson. Worth, farmer
Artliers John, Jelf» rson, Jr., pedler,
Blghain, Win., Slippery rock, fanner.
Bupp John, Lancaster, farmer.
Beighley Daniel, Butler, farmer.
Crltchlow 11. C., I'enn, farmer.
(.'oilman Win,, Centre ville boro., blacksmith.
Cliiigeiismitli 11. A.. I'etrolia boro., grocer.
Imnlap Melvin, Marion tp., farmer,
Ditner Joseph, Summit, fanner.
Denny Edwin, Middlesex, farmer.
Dutle'r ltubeii, Couiioquenessing, N. farmer.
Emery Daniel, Marion, farmer.
Elsler Conrad, Butler boro, and ward gardener.
Frederick Adam. Summit tp. farmer
Fletcher W. 15., Barker tp. farmer.
Fennel Ahram.Clearfield, fan.ier,
Flemuiitig G. W. Concord, farmer.
(itllelaml Lewis, Adams farmer.
Glenn Robert, l'.radv, farmer.
J loch Augustus, Millers-town boro, Hotel keeper.
Hutchinson W. J.. Oakland tp.
11 tuit'-r James, Buffalo, farmer.
Johnston Jacob, Summit, farmer.
Junes James, Muddycreek, farmer.
Kepple Jonathan Farmer.
Kemper Joseph Butler boro, 2nd ward Sadler.
1-cighner John Donegal tp., tanner.
Miller 1». ('., Centre.farmer.
Mctiill M. L. Cherry, farmer.
Mofse Win. E. Buffalo, farmer.
Marshall Joseph, Marion, farmer,
Morehead J. P., Wlnlield. farmer.
Miltln The* . Slipperyroek, farmer.
Stewart John, Evans City l>oro.,geut.
Siller Jacot), Jackson I p. W., farmer.
Slimmr Rutx-ii, Prospect boio., clerk.
Slulz John Summit tp. farmer.
So wash 11., Fairview tp. W. Shoemaker.
Yaiidcrlin Geo. Venango, farmer.
Wade Rolit., Washington, farner.
Young l'hiiip. Harmony boro. farmer.
W. W I'.I'ECKKNRI I)(iK «. SONS, AiiKMS,
NOII I II I, illicitly , PA.
Union Woolen Mills.
I wonld desire to call the attention of the
public to the Union Woolen Mill, Bntler, Pa.,
where I have now and improved machinery for
the manufacture of
Barred and Gray Flannels,
Knitting apd Weaving Yarns,
and I can recommend them as being very dura
blo, as they are manufactured of pure Butler
county wool. They are beautiful in color, su
perior in texture, and will be Hold at very low
prices. For samples and prices, address,
ju124,'78-ly Itutler, Pa
The Keystone Electri cCo
SOLE LICENCEES FOR I'KNN'A. OK
The Baxter Electric Light Company
are prepared to furnish entire electric plant*. Will
also arrange with counties, cities, corjioratlons or
individuals, for the right to use the BAX'I'FR
LAM I', the most economical Improvement m cl.ic-
Irle lighting ever invented saving one-half the
cost of lighting by Are Lamps, and making a
steadier and purer light. The eonsuinplion of
carbons Is less than one fourth of whet It Is in the
ordinary lamp. Eighteen Inches of carbons. Inn .l
Itig 111 ordinary lamps, but iialf a nlglit, will last in
these lamps three nights, burning Al.i. NK;HT
i.osi 1. Address
KEYSTONE ELECTRIC CO..
2125. Third St., I'hlladelph la. I'a,
Visitors should not fail to call and examine
the largest and finest stock of Imported and
Domestic Liquors in the Stetc, at
Max Klein, *2 Federal Nlrcel
Allegheny City, Pa. Opposite Fort Wayne
Dr. Frease's Water Cure Es
A lieillh Institution in lis :ioth year. For
nearly all kiudrt ol Chronic discuses, and es
ptciolly the diseases of Women. Oi'EN AT AI.I,
HRASONf. Circulars !n e. Address,
S. KKEASE, M. I).,
yIS-ly New Brighton, Beaver Co., Pa.
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SPUIMi AUD SUMMER STOCK
BOOTS ~&T SHOES
Last February when in Massachusetts I finished up my orders with umnufaeturers for my Spring Stock, all my
troods are made to mv special order and made by the largest and best manufacturers. 1111S IOCK 16s AUV\ LUJI
-ING IN DAILY ; never before have I shown such an immense variety of Styles to select from as this season.
HAYING ADDED TO MY IMMENSE STOCK several new lines that for WEAK, HI, btilifc. ana l Kitb
cannot be surpassed in Pennsylvania.
OUR TRADE IS INCREASING RAPIDLY.
We have been compelled to enlarge and remodel our entire room inside, which we have now just completed and you
will find one of the finest
BOOT AND SIIOE HOUSES
in Western Pennsylvania with a Stock of BOOTS and SHOES twice as large as any other house in Butler County,
and filled with immense bargains from top to bottom. Can't give prices on this immense fetock; it would till a whole
newspaper, but will sav, will sell you a (iood Two-Buckle Plow Shoe, sizes C-12, to to 85 cents; a Good Calf Boot
sizes G-l 1, at $1.50. These are regular lines of goods made to my order; no old shoddy goods; no auction stock of
sample lots that we want to push off our hands hut fresh, clean goods.- Ladies' Button solid, -j-t, at H.t
cents. This is an elegant shoe for the money, will surprise you to see it.
OUR STOCK IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S. ARE JUST ELEGANT,
and selling rapidlv at prices we have marked them, recollect our goods are all marked in plain figures. We
TIIE CELEBRATED ENGLISH WALKENPHASI' SHOES, best in the world, the shape of the natural foot;
try them for solid comfort. Oi.r l ine ol Mc«»*\ Boy*' and Y<u.«lis' *l»oeH are Beauties. Ask
to see our new line of Mens' Hand Sewed Shoes, they are grand ; never had anything to equal them before, bee our
tltgaa Wo¥ENS', MISSES* AND (MLDRENS' SLIPPERS AND WALKING SHOES.
We have not forgotten the Old Ladies. We have wide shoes, low heels, all kinds and prices. MENS' and BOYS
CANVASS SHOES for Base Ball aud Mechanics; light and eool; very cheap. We will cut the prices to the very
bottom, but wont cut prices to one man to cost to mtike a sale and stick his neighbor to make it up; one man s money
is iust as good as another in this house ; customers are told what goods are before they buy. Recollect no old auction
or sample goods in this stock. See our elegant line of Ladies' French and Cur. Kid Button Boots, in Hand Turned
Hand Sewed and Machine. Our Dongolia, Glovekid and Simon Goat Button Boots very handsome. CIIJIj-
DIIENS'SCHOOL SHOES, NEAT AND SERVICEABLE.
Our Stock of Mens' and Boys' Calf Boots
is elegant; a specialty in Mens' LOW INSTEP BOOTS. Large Stock of Leather and Findings constantly on hands
at the very lowest figures. We don't mention manufacturers names of Goods we use, but control a dozen or more ol
the finest and best in the country. Come and see us, will save you big money in Boots and hhoes from any house in
Butler, and give you good honest goods that speak for themselves, that will bring you back, also your neighbor. We
are keeping the lead in Boots and Shoes aud increasing sales all the time.
Repairing done neatly aud at lowest prices. Step in and see us.
B. C. HUSELTON.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF BOOTS AND SHOES
JOHN BICKEL'S. BUTLER, PA.
Having bought an unusually large stock of Boots and Shoes when East last February, I find an extra effort must
be made to push them, on account ol the lateness of the Spring. I therefore announce to the readers of the Citizen
that I will have a
' MMI SALEI
OF BOOTS AN I ) SHO FHS
For 00 days to reduce my spring stock. Most dealers wait till their customers have bought their spring wear then
they reduce their prices, but 1 propose to CUT THE PRICES WIIEN YOU NEED GOODS. My stock this
spring is much larger than ever before, and prices very low. lam positive that I can save you 25 per cent, on your
Hoots and Shoes, and give you better goods than any other house in Butler.
I MFAN WHAT I SAY WHEN I TELL YOU THAT I WILL SELL
A Solid Kip, Hand-Mads Plow Shoe, Two Euckles, at 93 Cents.
We do not advertise anything we have not got, and when customers ask lor them tell them that we "are just out."
This kind of business won't do me. It may do with my competitors who are hungry for trade and will stop at noth
ing for a little spoil. Come and see me, and you will find things just as advertised,
GDSD, H9HEST 618 IS SiiS SHOES II Ml LOW PRICES.
My stock'of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes is very nice this spring and prices lower than ever before—N T o
old shop-worn gooda in my stock that has been handled ten or twelve years, and put up in fancy boxes to palm off o u
the public as fresh, new goods. My stock is all fresh and new, as all goods are made to my own order, and over y
pair warranted. My stock ol
Boots and Shoes for Men and Boys.
Was never better, as I control some of the best lines of goods in the country. Give me a call when in need of Boots
or Shoes and I will saye you big money. A full line of
English Waukenphaust Shoes,
For both ladies' and Gentlemen's wear. Try a pair for solid comfort.. Base Ball Shoes for men and boys.
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER.
My manufacturing department is under my own charge, and none hut first-class workmen employed.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Thanking the readers of the Citizen for the liberal patronage bestowed upon me in the past, and asking a contin
uance of same, I remain yours respectfully,
JOHN BICKEL, Butler, Pa.
Three Hi res of land, more or less in
Joflerson r L l ownsliip-»
Butler County, I'a., bounded as follows: On
the North by Olade Mill and Haunahstown
road, on tlie Kant by whool lot and Mary
Welsh, on the South by Frank Truth and on
the Went by Kdward Montag aud Thos. Martin,
having thereon erected a
GOOD BRICK HOUSE,
Frame Store Ituilding, Frame Stable and out
butildings, being property lately owned by
Jamb and now owned by S. Negley,
of Taranturn, I'a. For particulars inquire of
F.B. BOWSKIt, FSQ., Uutlcr, I'a.
Union Woolen IVTill,
11. FIIIJiKRTON, l*r«|»'r.
Manufacturer ol HI.ANKF.TH, KI. ANNUM , YAIINS,
Ac. Also custom work done to order, such an
carding Hulls, making MlatikcO, Hamuli-, Knit
ting ami Weaving Yarns, Ac., at very low
price*. Wool workud on the sharer, it de
JOSEPH B, PIZER,
PLASTERER & CONTRACTOR,
Having removed to Hutler, from I'ortcrsville,
I hereby inform the public tbat I am prepared
to execute all orders and take contracts lor
plastering, stucco unit mastic work in all its
branches,and I will guarantee satisfaction and
give references if necessary. Orders can lie
sent through the mail or left at my residence
in Spririgdale, on Centre avenue, nearly oppo
site the grocery store
J, It. I'IJCFK
Do you wantto JIAI4IO iHOXDV,
unci IniiiM'diiilc and IVrman-
Clll empJoyment ? Any worker can
Hticcccd. Write for purticulutH and
HI ml reference to
A H DAY & CO..
Nursery men, Geneva, N. V.
TI IPlitflC WAR fED $ 100. !
I I. flull LilU MI'IIISI. u'nd' »iMM K It!'' j
f C M'.C' MUYd<CO *
The subscriber continues the making of bricks
common, pavement, bay wlmlow and oilier ipial-
Itlcs at Ills kiln on the Kalr llround road, half a
mile west ill Ituticr lie will keep on hand a lot
of hrlcksat all times. lie will also make and burn
brick in the country lor anyone desiring lo have
them made on their own larm or premises.
As he Intends carrying on the brick making
business, lie li.vlles tlie custom ot all, promising
to give entire satisfaction to all who may patron
All order? promptly tilled at reasonable rates.
Call on or address,
.1. (iI'.OIUJK STAMJI,
maws-'H.'l Itullur I'a.
•I. 11, Hie VCIIHOII «V < 'O.'M
RE A L EST ATE AGENCY,
100 Fifth Ave., I'l 11 • Imi ■ Kl'a.,
oilers for sale a line 110 acre farm near New
Wilmington, Lawrence county, I'a.; has line
large buildings, orchard, Ac., for SB,OOO, (near
Westminister College); 75 acres half mile from
railroad station and near New Castle, has line
large buildings, for $7,. r >*M); a splendid frame
dwelling, barn, ice house, carriage house, Ac.,
at New Watcrford, <)., large lot, for $.f,000; a
fine nine room brick dwelling, large lot, fruit,
stable, Ac., at I'reeport, I'a., for $3,000. I.ist
free lo any jidilres*. We want more farms to
sell, also country stores, mills, Ac.
I.MIII !•;•>( .>e ~a. f.1i.1. I« Viisl |IN
■mi iliKlrM-llliib iiiirMrmnl llUlurr.
I'HIIIIIU« mill l».«l.lte ltj.llle.of UiriWorM
Wul': 1" J. 4". »•*< in'ilj Jk I'liliiulflplila, I'a
BALT RHETM. ECZEMA. SCROFULA, SCALD
Head, Ervsipelas, Tetter, Hives, Dandruff, Barber's
Itch, Tiiuples, Stings, Carbuncles, l'lant Poisoning
an-* Foiaoued Wounds, Ringworm, Sunburn, ana
all diseases of the ?*km.
For Piles, Wounds, Cuts, I'lcers or Sores, no
is so prompt in soothing and healing as
Papillon Skin Cure. It does not smart or bum.
Dir'.ctions in ten languages accompany every bottle.
NA?AL CATARRH, ACTTE or CHRONIC COLD
in the Head, Rose Cold, Bronchial Catarrh and
C! ?ns»>9 tho nostril*, permits natural breathing,
anJ t revents incrustations, snutlles and sneezing.
It (§& sne- iric cure for Cold in the Head—which
la caused ojr sudden changes in the atmosphere.
Directions in ten languagts accompany every bottle.
It Is a harmless vegetable syrup, very delicious to
th» taste. Rt lieves at once and is a positive cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this excellent remedy.
Directions in ten languages accompany every bottle^
ALL DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, STOMACH,
Liver, Bowels an<l Kidneys; for all diseases origiu
ating in impairment of the blood. as Anremia, Siclc
llea«?.»ch«\ Nervousness, Female Weaknesses, Liver
CV irtpluint. Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Biliousness and
Kidney Diseases, tliis medicine is absolutely Slim
This medicine does not contain any mineral, is ab
solutely vegetable, restores the blond to a healtkj
condition, regulating excesses and supplying de
ficiencies, and prevents disease.
Directions in ttn languages accompany eiery botllt*
Price, $1 per Bottle; Six Bottles for (5.
For Sale by All Druggists.
PAPI'.LON CO., CHIC ACQ.
For sale by J. L. Wclleb and D.
'who is UNACQOAINTEO WITH thc qloqraphv or THIS COVJM*
I Bj® <;ll pi e4k Ijjjsl" s MAP THt
CHICAGO, ROCK iSLAMD & PACIFIC RT
By thc central position of ita line, connects the
Bast and thc West by the shortest route, and car
rmm p*uaeutferu, without change of cars, netwetm
Chicago and Kaunas City, Council Bluff®. Leaven
worth, Atchison, Minneapolis and Bt. Paul. It
rounccts in Union Depots with all the principal
linen of road between the Atlantic and tho Pacific
Jceans. Its equipment is unrivaled and maguifl
jent, being composed of Most Comfortable and
Beautiful Day Coaches. Magnifloent llorton Re
dlining Chair Cars. Pullman's Prettiest Palaos
Sleeping Cars, and the Best Line of Dining Cars
n the World. Three Trsins between Chicago and
Missouri River Points. Two Trains between Chi
sgo and Minneapolis and St. Paul, via the Famous
"ALBERT LEA ROUTE."
A Now and Direot Line, via Seneca and Kanka*
ceo. has recently been opened between Richmond,
Norfolk, Nowport News, Chattanooga, Atlanta. Au
gusta, Nashville. Louisville, Lexington, Cincinnati,
Indianapolis and Lafayette, and Omaha, Minnssp
olis and St. Paul and intermediate points.
All Through Passengers Travel on Fast Express
Tickets for sale at *ll principal Ticket Offices in
tho United States and Canada.
liaggago checked through and rates of faro aL
ways as low as competitors that offer less advan*
For detailed information, get the Maps and Fold*
era of the
CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,
At your nearest Ticket Offlca, or addrem
R. R. OABLC, E. ST. JOHN,
Viurfna. * U.u'l M'l'r, Ow l TkL * rial. Afb
D. L CLEELfIND~
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Keeps constantly ou hand a complete stock ot
GOLD, SILVER ANU STEEL
Of all kinds and prices.
Jewelery and Silverplated Ware
of tho very best quality. Everything warrant
ed just as represented and sold at the low
est cash price.
Fine Ylatrli Itcpal ring a Spec
One square South of Diamond, Main Street
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIB,
S.G. Purvis & Co.,
H4NU FACTUHBKH AND ÜBALBRB IM
Rough and Planed Lumbar
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Brackets, Gauged Cornice Boards,
SHINGLES & LATH.
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Near (jleriuMii Catholic Church
Hard Wood Furniture
lor sale at extremely low figures, A great
variety of lied*. Tallies, Chairs, Children*'
Chairs, Ladles' Rockers, Kxtru Heavy Arm
Rockers, Marble and Wood Top Pal lor 'lallies
Bureau*, Stand*, Double and Single Lounges,
Spring Mattresses, Ac., Ac., at
WM. F. MILLER'S,
IVorfli 71 it in Nlrrel,
B XT T L K R, 1 J A...
FACTORY ON WASHINGTON STREET.
Notice Is hereby given than an application will
lie miule t<> the Coventor on Friday, May It. t*H4,
at l<> o'clock A. M.. for a charter tor a pipe line to
lie known as the Independent l'l|ie Line, to I rails -
noil, store and ship petrolenin from a point In
miller county at or near lluld indue to Heaver in
11. M. DONAKOO,
VV. .1, Ml til.MI-SKV,
.lIIKI. 1.. lIKIIIAM,
SAIiAII A. Iflll'KlNS,
apm/st JOHN COM WAY. J
DEITTISTR X .
0 1/ WALDRON, Graduate ot the PhU
R add phia Dental College, Is prepare;
• lis to do anything in the line of his
profession in a satisfactory manner.
Office on Main street, Butler, Union Block,
Dr. S. A. JOHNSTON,
DENTIST, - - BUTLER, PA.
All work peitaining to the profession execut
ed in the neatest mauner.
Specialties Gold Filling, and Painless Ex
traction of Teeth, Vitalized Air administered.
Office Opposite'Lowry House, Main Street.
Office open daily, except Wednesdays and
Thursdays. Communications by mall receive
prompt attention. Janl6'B4-2y
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
my2l-ly] BUTLER, PA.
Office on Jefferson street, opposite
"P N. LEAKE, M. D.,
" Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Office in Onion Block, and residence in
Ferrero ho se, Butler, Pa.
Oct. 25, 1882.
FOR SALE. ~
18 Acres of land, with large two-story brick
house and large barn thmon erected. Good
orchard; situated in Butler twp , Butler county,
Pa., adjoining Dutler borough on the south, will
be sold cheap and on eaty terms. For particu
lars inquire of Lev McQuistion, Esq., Butler, Pa.
SUR V EYING
Particular attention given to the Retracing o f
old lines. Address,
B. F. 111 1.1.1 A HI), Co. Surveyor
North -Hope P. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
John L. Jones, Auctioneer'
All orders will receive prompt
JAMES E. KEABNS,
HI TLER, PEMM'A,
Is prepared to serve the public of this section
at vendues, etc. Having had many yeare ot
experience he can guarantee perfect satisfaction
at rates that will suit all. Leave word at this
G. D. HARVEY,
Bricklayer and Contractor.
Estimates given on contract work. Resi
dence, Washington street, %orth end, Butler,
JT. H. Harvey,
Has opened a paint shop in REIBER'B BLOCK,
on Jefferson Street, Butler, Pa„ where he is
prepared to do all kinds ot
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING,
Papering and Calsomlnlng, hanging window
blinds, etc. And, also keeps on hands
Wall Papers and Borders.
PalnlH and Brushes,
Puitlea. and .Wlndaw Cllaaa.
(all sizes cut to order.)
I respectfully solicit a share of the public nat
ronaire. J. H. HARVEY.
1881 WALL PAPER, 1884.
New Designs In Wall and Celling Paper for dwell
ings, offices, halls and churches. A large and well
selected line of
for ceilings and walls. Brown back paper from
8 ets. up, white back paper from 10 cts. up. Gllta
from 22H cts. up,
Aud Decorations a Specialty at
H. C. HEINEMAN'S, Butler, Pa.
FOB, KENSINGTON, ARBASENE
AND OUTLINE WORK DONE,
Also lessons In same given by ANNIE M.
LOWMAN, North street, Butler, Pa.
The largest itopular book ou Mexico ever publish
ed DUO fine lllaitrttlsai
fllled with valuable Information ot deep Interest
to every thoughtful person.
As evervone wants to read about MEXICO
THE LAND WITH A GLORIOUS FUTURE— agents
will And this the best selling book of the year.
P. W. GAKKIKI.D Publishers' Agent, 17»
Public .Square, CI.KVKLANU, O.
it* iron smT
Continues the Livery Business on Jefferson St.
first door below Bickel A Gallagher.
Good rigs, first class teams always on hand*
Horses fed on reasonable terms, also horse*
bought and sold. oct3-ly.
By Stephen A. Douglass, he by Relief; he by
Rysdyke's Hambletonian, will make the season
of 1884 at my stable In East Brady, Pa., oom.
mencing April 15th and ending Aug. 15th.
Stephen O's size, color, style and fine disposi
tion do honor to his high breeding. He stands
fully 15J hands, weighs 1260, he Is the finest
failed young stallion in (Pennsylvania and last
'all showed himself a trotter worthy his royal
lineage by winning the Stallion Race at Butler
over six (6) competitors, getting a record of
2:17 in the fourth neat which is no measure of
his speed, as he trotted a quarter fast Fall just
out of the stud in 3(1 seconds, a 2:24 gait. Mare*
from a distance will receive the best of care.
Mares with a record of 2:30 served free except
ing grooms tee of one dollar. For further In
formation address J. W. VERNER, Ka»t
Brady* clarion, Co., Pa.
Service fee twenty-five dollaiVto insure.
Pure Bred IXolstelß Hioek*
Tlio undersigned haye purchased from th«
Powell Bros, a pure bred Holsteiu bull, one and
a half vears old aud weigha 1236 pounds, whiuh
can bo" seen at the farm of John Weber, in Pern*
towuxhip, at any timo. Terms. $4 cash, or #6
charged. J-A PAINTK*,
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Office Cor. Main and Cunningham St«.
G. C. ROESBING, PBISIDINT.
WM. CAMPBELL. TRKASUKKK.
11. C. IIKJNKMAN, Skcbktart.
J. L. Put vis, | I. A. Helmboldt,
William Campbell, IJ. W. Burkhart,
A. Trout man, ' Henderson Oliver,
0.0. Roeeslug, I F. B. McMUUu,
Dr. W. lrvin, I N. Wcltiel,
A. K. Rhodes, | B.C. Hetneman.
JAS. T. M'JUNKIN, Qen. A«'t-