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CROP REPORTS.
FCETL RNS FOR COEN, BUCKWHEAT, PO
TATOES AND HAY FOR AUGUST TO
TUE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.
WASHINGTON, AUJT. 25—The August
returns to the Department of Agricul
ture show the general average of the
condition of corn was 93, asrainst 93
in Julv, 1878 ; as compared with
August, 1878, there is a considerable
decline, being 9t> last year. Of 1,172
counties reporting the condition of the
crops on the Ist of August. 239 report
a full average condition, 309 above and
624 below. The New England and
Middle Atlantic States all show a high
average, and the only complaints were
of a late spring. In Pennsylvania
and Maryland the drought was not
verv injurious, and timely rains re
stored the crops to a fair average. In
Virginia and the South Atlantic States
the drought cut short the early planted
com ; late planted was in a condition
to be benefited by the rains generally
reported at the date of the returns.
The Gulf States, Alabama and Mis
sissippi, report a line condition, but
Louisiana is low, and Texas makes
the worst record of any State in the
Union. Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana
report an average somewhat below
that of last year, while Illinois reports
a very high condition. The States
west of the Mississippi all report ex
traordinary growth and most favorable
prospects. lowa reports 104. Mis
souri 115, Kansas 114, and Nebraska
113. The Pacific States, with their
small area planted in this cereal, rate
a fair average.
The area planted in buckwheat
shows a slight decrease since last year.
New York and Pennsylvania, in which
one-half of the buckwheat of the
country is grown, show a loss of three
per cent. In Ohio, Michigan and Wis
consin, which produce the larger por
tion of the remainder, the acreage is
nearlv the same as last year. The con
dition is good, rather better than last
y ear at this time.
The condition of the potato crop is
97 against 88 in July. The New Eng
land States show a stationary condi
tion at 98. The Middle States rise
frOm 95 to 102. The South Atlantic
States fall from 90 to 88. Ihe (Jul!
States are stationary at 90. The
Southern inland States fall from 84 to
81. The States north of the Ohio
• show a very marked improvement,
rising from 74 to 93. West of the
Mississippi there is a decline of from
101 to 98, while on the Pacific slope
there is a slight appreciation, fro»i 100
to 101. In the northern portion of the
Atlantic slope, above Maryland the
Conditions of growth appear to have
been very favorable. The beetle is
mentioned but by two correspondents
in this region. Further south the
drought considerably affected the crop.
In the Gulf States this crop is grown
to a limited extent, being displaced by
sweet potatoes. The leading complaint
here is a lack of moisture. The rains
were not in time to maintain the July
average in the Southern inland States,
but the crop was saved from serious
disaster. Earlier plantings were gen
erally the most successful. The im
proving influence of July rains was
felt especially iu the region north of
the Ohio. On the eastern slope of the
Mississippi the "old-fashioned potato
bug" is noted, but its ravages were
mostly local. McDonougb, Illinois,
reports the fields nearly stripped of
leaves by it. West of the Mississippi
the crop was needing rain, but in Ham
ilton,Nebraska,the rains were excessive.
The crop on the whole is well reported
on the Pacific coast.
The summer of 1879 has not been
favorable for the hay crop. The
drought of Juue and July, which was
so detrimental to other crops, also
seriously shortened this. Timothy hay
is above the average in only eight
States. In New England and the
Middle States the crop is good, but in
all the Southern States it is short. In
tho States bordering oi\ the Ohio river
the same cauße, drought, has reduced
tho product very materially since 1878.
In tbo Northwestern States the returns
are favorable, while in Kansas and
Missouri they are very low. The
Pacific States report very high aver
ages. At the date of the returns rains
were generally reported and the pros
pect for fail pasture was good.
A SCHOOLMISTRESS in one of the
rural districts, while attempting to in
struct her younger pupils in a little
oral grammar, explained to them that
a verb was a word lieforc which could
be placed he, she or it. "Will some
one of the class now give me an exam
ple?" said the teacher. "O, yes, I
know a verb," shouted a little miss;
"cat." "Why, no, Maggie, cat is not
a verb, cat is a uoun." "Well, then,"
retorted the little one, "can't you put
she before cat ?" Unfortunately for
the further elucidation of the subject,
it was time for another class to recite.
A LITTLK fellow rushed into the
street, recently, to look at a monkey
that accompanied an organ grinder
who was playing in front of an adjoin
ing block. Never having perused the
"Origin of Man," he gazed in wonder
and admiration a few moments, and
then rushing into the house met his
grandmother to whom he addressed
this inquiry: "Grandmother, who
made monkeys?" "God, my boy,"
replied the old lady in her candid way.
".Well," said the excitable grandson in
rejoinder, "J bet God laughed when
he got his first monkey done !"
A SOBBING English lady, who had
just lost her husband, asked the cler
gyman of her parish whether relatives
are able to find one another readily in
the next world. He said emphatically
that they will be reunited at once.
"Then," said she, "his first wife has
got him by thiß time."
"YOUNG man," said a stern old pro
fessor to a student who had been
charged with kissing one of his daugh
ters, "Young man, don't get into that
habit. You'll find that kissing is like
eating soup with a fork." "How so,
sir?" asked the student. "Because,"
answered the stern old professor, "you
can't get enough of it."
IN one cemetery near Havana 89,330
interments have been made within ten
years, and the death rate in the Span-
Isii garrison is particularly large. The
assertion that Cuba is the graveyard
of Spain tvould not seem to be a great
stretch of the imagination.
You can't say of a man who has a
painful corn that he possess a
grain of sense.
d.'itiseu: HatUr, fl«., 3, IS tB.
LTV KEY.
WALTER & CO.,
LiV E R Y
—AND—
l^eed
REAK OF VooEi-Er HOUSE, - - isUTLEU, PA.
ifryFirst-claaa good, re'hble horses.
ang27-tl
Livery, Feed ?nd Sale
STABLE,
Cunningham St., i:<-»r Hciiicinaii's P.iH/.ator •,
[SUTLER, PA.
A number of lir.-t-« .-las- ri_r- 1 ■
hor es always ot. hand, ii ■! (»H1 at reasona
ble rales. Hordes bought aud told.
DAVID CCPi'd, PuoiitiETOß.
jul\3ot(
li. If. C'OCITRAX,
Livery, Sale, Feed and Exchange
STABLE,
Rear of Lowry House, - - BUTLER, I'A.
junet-ly
INSi ranch;.
BUTLER COIJNTY
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Office Gor. Main and Cunningham Sts.
G. C. ROESSTNG, PRESIDENT.
\VM CAMPBELL, TKEASUKER.
11. C. HEINEMAN, SECRETARY.
DIRECTORS:
J. 1.. Purvis, E. A. Hclraboldt,
William Campbell, J. W. I!uik?:art,
A. Troulsnan, Jacob Scboene,
G. C. Roewloff, John Caldwell,
Dr. W. lrvin. fiiunue! Marshall,
J. W. Christy I II- C. Htineman.
J A3. T, M'JUNKIN, Gen. Ae't
.BTJTXJIEIIR, FA.
Permanently cores
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
KIDNEY DISEASES,
CONSTIPATION
and PILES.
Pit IL H. CLARE, foafli Hero, Tt., acya, € *lm
ttM of KIUXr.Y TROUBLE it ham acted llLe •
•buna. It ka* eared m*ny rcry bad ca«ca«ri'lLEfl,
and It ha* cerer failed to act eUctcntly."
E. M. liCTTON, of Rur!lß{tAr, mi;*, "Am a IJrer
181 Iterator it In without en c-rjual. I u»e It to pre
vest mid cure Lca<ltt<;hc, sad nil biUlous attack*.**
KKUiCy I'AIItCiriLD, of St. Albany Vt., aaya,
*! tla of prfec li'wraluc. Aft c r.t x t ccn j f a rnofgr cat
•ufitr!n~ from Pile* aud l'o«tlvc*e*a it completely
•crt-J vzr+ n
('. H. IIAOABOX, offli-rbWrf, any*, "one park
ac«- he* douc woudcrw fur w« I n completely cur-lug ft
••▼ere Liver and lvld,ey Complaint. n
IT HAS mw n
WONDERFUL WHY [
POWER. rcnararai
IJECACAF IT 18 THE OXLY MEDICINE Til AT
ACTS ON TIIE LIVEB, BOWELS AXD SIDNEYS
ATTIIE BAAIE TIME.
Beeaaae It elcaaaca the wbofrayatmi of the pofaum
ana humore that otherwise dc velope In llllliouaaeaa.
Jaundice, Constipation, Kidney and Vrlnary di*-
eaaea, or UhenmatUm and LumLuffo, and which la
VMKB, disorder every Amotion and bring en weak*
aeaa and dlacaae.
If you want to be well In spite of yonraelf, use CID.
IfEY-WOET. It Is a dry vegetable aad
One package will make six onnrtn of
Buy It at the DrnggiaU.
TRUTHS.
Hop Bittern aro tlio PnrMt and Bent
Hlttora ever wade.
Tlicv r.ro compounded from Hops, Uuchu,
Mun-Irnktt and i>-ii<i«llon,—tho oldeet, be*t,
and most vnlnable medicine* In tlic world and con
tain all th'J lH?st And iwrnt curative properiica of
all otluf Bittern, Ixing tho or**U»t lll«M»d Purl-
Her, Liter Regulator, tnoLffe and Health Re
*tr>rin£ Agent on earth. No ill hcalih
c*in IOOK exfat where these Bitters are
used, so varied and perfect are their operations.
They gfvo new life and vljror to the fjjed and
Inf.ria. To til whoso employment cause lmgs
lariiy of the bow da or urinary org inn, ms who re
quire an Appelizcr,Tonic aud mild Stimulant,
tn'-Jic Bit!«jrn a'-» invnluabln, u highly crira
tive.tonic&itd Humiliating,* It limit Intoxicating.
No matter what yo*ir filings or avrntons are,
what the din-.i-e Oß ailmviit [\ DM LLI p b\tV r§.
Don't wait nntll you are rick, but If yon only leel
bad or miff ruble u* •; the Blitcrsut once. It may
•tve your life. llfindr« ds have been caved by HO
doing. t'^'ia."o / » will be paid for a CUHO
they w!l! not cure or help.
Do not fuller yourself or let vour friends euHcr,
bnt use and urge I hem to uso Hop Bittern.
Rememlx r, Hop Bitters Is no vi'e, drutrtred,
drunken nostrum, bnt ih • Pur< nwl B«>t Medi
cine ever mid.-; the 44 Invalid's Friend and
Hope," ami uo p<?rson or fa: lilv rltould be with
out them. Try the Bitters to-day.
Try Hop Cough Cure and Pain Relief.
Ron PALE BT Al l. DBI'OCMTS.
®fJO MORE SBB|
SACUTKOR" ZKPIOHIC fa,
AS-BCVSJ C A
SURE CUP.E. * a
Manufactured only under the above Trade
marl:, by tbe
European Ssiiirylica Medicine Co.,
OF PARIS AXD LEIPZIG.
IMMEIJIATK KKLIEK W AUK ANTED. PK»t-
MANBNT C'UHK OUAUANTEKn. NoW exelll<*iVely
uaiftl by all efilebratcd Physlcbitm of Kurope
aud Anierlcn, Ix eoiulnfr 'i Staple., Hurmlesa niul
Reliable Remedy on l»*»tl» eoutlnenta* The
Highest Medic.nl Academy of Purls reports *.»5
cures out of 100 CIHOH within lliree d::>s. Hc
eret —The only <»f the poisonous Uric
Acid which exl«ts in Urn blood of Khemuntlc
and (iouty Patients. :i Hox. (I Iloxeti foi
Hcnt to any address on receipt ol price. EN
DOftSKD »Y I'IIVrtICIANH. 8oLI» IIY ALL DItUO
OISTri. A^hheM
W YSIIBUKNK & CO.,
Only Importers' 1>» j»or, 'JII liroadway, N. V.
For sale by I). IJ. WUI-LKR,
inayH-ly] Bu/LKit, PA.
W ATT Xj A.ISJ"C3- &c CO.^
Wliolenale OrocoiH and OealorH in
FLOCK A \I» PHOVIHIOXH.
MannfActurorH of tho Celebrated
umictir
331 Liberty Htreet,
•ep6-ly) FITTBttUUGH, i'A. i
THE HITLER
SAVINGS BANK
B U T L E 11. PA.
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOTET UOCSE.
CAPITAL STOCK, 60,000.
Wm. CAKFBELI.. J Art. D. ANDKESfV
President. 'Viee I'reo.Je:.t.
WM. C.UIHEELI., Jr., Caobter.
DIRECTORS
' Williim Campbell, J- r^L' n -
J Jae. D. Anderson, George Weber,
' Joseph h. Furvis.
Doe« a General Banking .t Ktehange bu«uiecs.
Interest on time depositf. CoUeetior.s mf-.le
and prompt retari.s a: rated of Kxcliange.
Gold a:id t"rc von:ineiit Bonds bought
aiitl sold. Commercial pa] or. bonis, judgment
jL..d otiicrsecuriticn lx)nt;lit at fair
FBRSITDRE
STORE.
■ ROOM!
GEO. KETTERER
lias removed bis Furniture Store to tbe large
down st iirs room lately occaj led by
lik-kel A K'ill, corner Main and
Mifflin stp eld,
BUTLER, PA.
f.
Has lately received a large lot of
' NEW FURNITURE,
from the eemmondst >o the finest.
You can buy auylbiug -nt his »t'>re, from i
co. ii in •>i i cimir to a Parlor or Bed
room s-i!t. Fnruitnre lri,ni all tli>- ! adincj fac
tories in the United States iurnisbei to cu
t en. is by order, at 11 per ccul. le.s? th in eit>
I retailers'prices. (junlltf
THE ORB \ 'F ENGLISH REM BDY:
GPU rs SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK. TRADEI^JIC,
th*X
Before Takingriequenco on Self After Taking.
Aluir'C; !•* JjOrHof Sl'iUtOf}. Laitt-itlluo.
in the back. DiraneKs of Vision, Premature
Oid Aage, an i many other dw a«eH that to
liii-aniiy. Conh'.i:i;; i tion aii'.l n Pietr.atnre Grave,
ill of which ju a juift r.ro ti>>t caused by devi
-.ting from the path of nature r.irl ever uidnl-
The Speoiftc jltdieiri • L* the re. tilt of a
life study and many year* of experience in treat
iue; tiie»e Hj eci-vi iiiioa-eM
Full particnlari* ii. our pa«n]>hlotrf. which we
to send froo l:v mail to every ouo.
The Sprcitlc Medicine is nol.l by ali DnigLusts
at ?1 per iia( Uaj(e. or p:z for t5, or
will be sent by mail on receipt of the money by
addicting
THE OKAY MEDICINE CO.,
No. 10 Me/-Panics' IV DETROIT, MICH.
.11 in Duller by J. C. JIKDK K A Co., and
by all every-.vliere.
CZ' ISalus s \ Ewiso, '.Hic'esalo Age.its, Pitts
♦jfirgh ai!^2l.'7B-l3
A, a. WEBER 1
H i" Just oj-encd :t New Hlore :it No. 145 Jiuiilh
field Btn-ot, PIT r-nirncif, PA., between Fiftb
ai.d Sixth avenue?-, and has plaeed on the
shelves and in the cated an elegant assort
ment of
«T e welry
of every description, in part of
Laciics' bolid '!«<!•» ; . Chnina, Neck
lacei*, Finn. Ear Hiuuh, cauail
• Charm.*, Finder (P«*t with all
kind* or bt"ne* known to the
tiade.) Watcher, Clocks,
Marble ('loek«. Htafu
ary, Hrouzen, Man
tle Orrmuienlfl,
Card and
WATCHES, Flower CLO(^KB.
ilisketH, Vai*e«, Ac., Ac.
Also, a fine selection of Silver-plated Ware,
Water Pitcher*, Cups, Napkin Kim;*, Knivf.-
and Fork« f Bpoon§, and everything in the
above llr.e. which he is prepared to offer to tin
people of our town at unprecedented bargains.
Do not fail to call and examine pood* and
piicm liefore purch umj; elsewhere. |jnlß-3m
atcli and Clock a specialty. |
GREAT
Closing Out Sale!
Tho nnderwigiied having dntermiiieil to qnit
bnniiiCHH, now nfT.-rn bi» entire stock of I»1 iY
GOOI)H at such low prices as will ensure their
sale within the next sixty days.
Tbe stock comprises a general assorment of
Black and Fancy Dress Silks,
Black and Colored Cashinorcs and
Merinos,
Novelties and Fancy Dross Goods,
Bilk Warp Henrietta Cloths,
Prints, Chintz and Ginghams,
Trimming and Mantilla Volvots,
Laces, Fringes, Buttons and Trim
mings,
Nottingham and Tambourd Lace
Curtains.
Cloths, Caßs:meres and Jeans,
Ladies' Suits, Sacques and Dolmans,
Cashmere and Brocho Shawls,
Domostic Sowing Machines.
JAS. CALDWELL,
115 and 117
Federal Street, Allegheny.
N. B.—The and cenfrally located ntore
building now occupied bv tho Hubscribcr i« of
fered f<»r Hale or l«ano 011 liberal termH.
ocUB'7K-ly
YK[ ynr A D FLI /; r?
RYCKMAN, DAY & CO.,
LIKE SHORE KIHtURDS,
BROCTON, IT. Y.,
MANUFACTUREUM OF
Pittq Xativo \Yiaes,
Still aud Sparkling Wiuo,
ANI)
Brandies from Native Grapes.
Our wines aro put up in choice packnees, and •
are (fuaranteed to be strndard mid
satisfaction.
li. KTXEL, Ac« nt,
, apS-ly BUTLEK, I'.' j
] PLANINa MILL
—AND—
Lumber Yard !
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PURVIS.
S.G. Purvis & Co.,
M4VCFACTITHBKS AND DEAI.EItS IN
Rough and Planed lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FRAMES,
MOULDINGS,
SASH,
DOOIIS,
Patent Moulded Weatherboarding.
FLOORING,
SIDING,
BATTtNS
BRACKETS
and Scroll Sawing of every desciiption
Gauged Cornice Boards,
Cornice Moulding
PORCH POSTS,
STAIR RAILS,
Newell Posts and Balusters
FENCE, PALINGS, &c., Ac.
MICHIGAN SHINGLES,
Barn Boards; Plastering Lath ; nem
lock Bill Stuff, such as Joist Raf
ters, Scantiing, <fcc.. all sizes
constantly on hand.
ALSO,
RIG STUFF
AND
TANK STUFF
for oil wells.
All of which we will pell on
reasonable terms and guar
antee satisfaction.
PLANING MILL AND YARD
3fenr CJeriiiHn CH(hollo Clmrob
JanS., 1877, ly.
BUTLER
lumber Yard and Planing Mill,
H. BAUEK~& BROS.,
JEFFERSON ST.. - - BUTLF.R, PA.,
MANUFACTTJHEH9 OF
Doors, Sash, Frames, Blinds.
Molding of all descriptions,
Brackets, Patent Molded
Weatherboarding,
Mill Boards, Flooring, Palings;
Stair Railings, Balusters of
every style, &c., &c.
Circular Moldings Made to Order.
AL&Q, I>C A LRUS IN
Lumber, Plank, Shingles, Lath, &c,
apl2-Iy
~gp Prltrnu Ilorj lUI. SUJ BUJ I A i-ew w rlr prlc* 5»
"*•* S. Cit'll St.,t hicogn, r~-\ c-nt« by m I!. KtiU
■*s 1»«. *ll .1 zzz rir® Of JC» urn. f hrrt
womA PrtrM#. Chroiie »nd t] J olo«j of If irriuft. Or
riunl* DltntX!*. S| n i (»ni of Generation,
ConanltaMoo frrr. ;.i«cjf Tenth ana
m Lulin* »n»1 oon !"-1. . a wealth or
m«u, MT.'l ons OolUr au l * alu»Ll« iu-
W far soi'iplo of ln «t f jC S3 forn.rtlon, of lnt« r*«t
rubber »nd | r -<' to Not'jlr.x
vV.utl U: Informatlou i] off«n\|r« to go< >\ *.a»la
br *zpr*«a. Kt lU- 3CC ai l refinement. Infor
bio Ktmalo TilU, 15 4 ntaii a n « f r r l*f'.r«
■■ p«r b«»*. I*r!vifc!e[} puUnhed. fnmlly
fy hnron au 1 nurw Pr H Hbould M» wltl. 'it it.
OPIUMS S I
Wp 9 U il a ■ Cl&rk • !., CLitayo, 111.
DR. WHITTIER,
No. 302 PcnnSt.', Pittsburgh, Pa.,
to ufforil rr-li:iblc npocial troatmetit of
Privato w. 1 rrinary Di < HMO*. Perfect cnreß
giiart: tc<«l. Hjwtrmatorr!:o<*% orftomiual \V#i&k
netw rohulting from nclf abu 'o or nexna! CXCCSH. |
prod.ii Lcrvo in debility, iinihSionn.
diz/.incnH, dimnesn of night, j>im- 1
plow f«n tlio fa> c. wcaLnenHof mind and l».>dy, j
and finally LH of il power, j
bternify. etc., nnlUtiuK the victim for n i
or buhine«H, and rendering life miserable, are
permanently cured in blioitcut ible time.
Gonnorrlioi a. Clle. t. Htri« turo f all Urinary dm
ean • < and Sypliili- all fcrmw), connihting of
Hkin Eruption»«, UlcerH in tho moutli. tliront,
or on other parts of the body, are perfectly
cnrtxl, and tlr bloo 1 poinon thoroattlily eradi
cated from the fr-VHtcra. Dil. WIiITTIEIt i« a
regular gradnatf of medicine, a.s bin diploma
at office eh OU'H ; bin lif«-k>USC H]>ecial cxj>erience
in all private dirtea«©H f with purest medicine
prc.*i»ared by himself, enab . h bim to cure difll
cnlt casen after otliern fail it is nelf-evident
that a physician treating IliouHandM of
every year aoquiiei? grea'. nkiil. Tbe otablinh
nwnt "IH central and rrtire-1, and HO arrruged
that patients H««e the doctor only. CJonetiltation
and corre*[K>ndonee private and free, l'uin
jililefM Bent sealed for nfnrnp. licinc-t Bent
elwevvhere. fl<»urH tl A. M. 1 IV M.. and ft
P. M. to 8. P. M. HundaVH from Hi A. M. to 1
P. M. KxeryLody uhoiild read tbo
.VnrriiiKo an<! 15«;ili!i (Jni<l«>,
141 pagee. fine illustrations ; price 20 centM. A
liook for private, careful reading by both feres,
married or Mingle, explaining wonders and myn
torien of noxual Hyßtcm, reproduction, marriage,
im]>ediments, et<'., caur.M, coimequeiice and
euro, rtold at office or bv mail, sent securely
sealed, on receipt of price n monov or i>osta';e
stamps. Address D't. WUITnEIt, No. i«>2
j Penn Htreet, J'ittsbnt;;!! Pa. oclC 78-ly
PROF. KARRIS' RADICAL CURE
FOK SPEKMATOREHCEA.
"SEMINAL PAST3LLE"
j. .5
yctnlnal F.inlMlona &
!«M*M II rte* * ••HJMAI MLTIIU' ,r " f * w.y, vi«: Diroct
u » Appiic«flon to the Jiruu
np»l !■»»• f th« !>•*»•<. artifi? ly Af«orr>t lon, >nl »«*rt-
Ir r i" •,»• «<■ -r' -nf on i*• i Seminal Veslulos. Kja«-
Dun , «. Pr i.itnto Olantl. •« » UrctUro, l i.r um
bi t.'i« ll*tr »:. atl« .'l«<l witi. m fun rr »»*• i.»»nwrirc, and
Oo'« not ll '»rf#r r villi tha ' liiiiry jtri'.Ki of lifr , it i«
m.Kkl/ dtftk.lt f-l ar.l •—n •i«.» , ~ •-!.». 4 < an JmciO-
I dial') tm,i' ii« in.l r»«t'.r>»i - rflr-i »ir MIU4I an 1
I nrrr'Q! f . •*! 1 •# ai»-f rirriiri,
11.it »?.# drain tmm I' r »v«i*m, r. tt .rii • »hr mind to
b«altb »»*! aounil uii'inory. rrm».*»i.({ t».» Dimm-M of
Nieht, N "rvuna Debility. Coufimlon of lOta*. Aver
■ion to Society, oto.. etc., an«i ti.» •|, | warat.rr
t?iro ola-mat ••*«<•!.. i r.,ji, c t, .. troubi*. «tic rc«tor>
| ycara. fhli in ia I lrfi't>.«nt hn the trat . rtty
M warm raa«a, anl l« 1 .• », r f# .l , U rc«*«. DrtlffS
»«k> inueh pr*actilM>d «r» llir.r irnul.lra, tn !. at many c. Uar
tvito«». • • nle If any | nmbw
N«aa#i about 1. P- , ar»ti I rjrii- .1 < t «<*rvj<i •. ••nabioa
oa tr. I— iNvrty Ku.iiantc« tb*t it *ill Hltlßfa;;U ix.—
nurlo« • *>/-■■ .( IMS brro n. r. - ial vc l av*
lbof t«i!irii<>i nU a« !J it* > alur. 1 - 1 it 1 O'-w < • . t I*l
by the _l I'riifrtaio.'i lo • 1 1» n.»nt ralim al d.mh \et
MMMI "ft'.. . • 1 . , MM,
Dial ia v»«ll known \JI lr r; nun « f 1 alol) n |»rr> t.. ». uiimj,
and upon wb 111 quaciCM I'fy "It 11 tbel im-lm n« »lt un.a 1
biff: levs. Tl.e Ram# lj la pul uj in it ~f t'.i r* al.ra
No. 1, (ciiouffh to la»r * i.m.i.11.,) |3 ; No. 'A, ("itTnirnt I ,
all ret a permanent cure. .. . ■•% in -irvrrr . No. 3
(laatuiK urtr Itrem miialha, * 1! a|>. n l«., ~j rratori
»it »r 10 tba «r„rtt (Wri.l 87. h't.t ly wi.l. ~ 4 1-I. M. ,1,. n
w» i-i-rr. Pull I*l H 14C1'U)NU for ualni; v. 11l iaccuta
pany EACH liOX. I
(« .-i ;r■ 1 r lira Piiphlat rltlnf <Mtwln|a 1
ii m
a
■■■ll ■ ■■• • i.." ",.'lO»Ul"ll f ,
REMEDY CO.MF G.CHCMISTS.
tmJ Uth Sti. ST. LOUIS, MO. 1;
Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral
i
For Diseases of the
/fa. £ Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs. Colds,
. IMk
r - Whooping Cough,
kiSiSI
Bronchitis, Asthma,
and Consumption.
Tlic reputation itl.as .1 tunned, iu consequence ol
the marvellous cure.-) it iias produced during Uio
last half century, is a pufln lent assnr:;nce to the
public that it will continue la realize the happiest
results tliat can be desired. In almost every
section of country there arc persona, publicly
knowr. ,who have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs, by us use.
All who have tried it, acknowledge its superiority; |
' and where its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to relieve the dis- j
t I tress and suffering peculiar to pulmonary affec
tions. CiiEr.r.Y FECTORAI. always affords in- i
stant relief, and performs rapid cures of the I
milder varieties of bronchial disorder, as well as !
the more formidable o; -cases of the lungs.
As asafeguanl to children, amid Uie distress- !
ing diseases which be.-ct the Throat and Chest of
Childhood, it is invaluable: for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to health.
This medicine gains friends at every trial, as
the cures it is constantly producing arc too re
-3 mark able t& be forgotten. No family should be
without it, and those who have once used it
never will.
Eminent Physicians throughout the country
prescribe it, and Clergymen ortca recommend it
5 from then knowledge of its eflfcc|^.
PREPARED BT
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist*.
SOLD bV ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
3COKSS M ILUOfc
■ jj j pmjm j■ n A ' trjje, new ant ro»plr(r Outdo to
. Wives, l*re«tilu«U»B, i'« r-«vact. Irbbacrnd Malnmooy rom- I
' I dulit*, ' 'irc'i-lion, C ami
'an- ot ; v * . Lrcai : /••** • f n. • i- . ivrpirn. etc.. IBCII<S
. * T>: trtul.u- t. Women. ? ir r.uara tn 1 trraf
t .• ■Ui- ■ fir v '•» an 11 -n* ! .'e :cadi. C !
Vflm Ml i !ata lyilhy, by Ml, Willi, icr 60 Mb.
"THE PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER" j
on Syphilid. Conorrhcea, Oleet, Strictnro, Varlco- i
c Je, ■ Opcrn.atorrhOKi. JDobiiity. and
Z:npotency, ' « !*< ;f.a!-.iaa and » »»ea. caaairjr l«.-iuiyal
\ rii a
l ira. Pbtairaul-rMv. ! .D.M of >i«l.». UnitcUyt M mmury
Liiii c( iteiual S'owr•, etc.. iu»k.. < marriaf- improper i>r
. .U»; :■*. riv i.g rritn.f nt. and aC' •' n.*ny valual'.a
f ri'r c-jriol 4.' priratf .aea»r«; TZ\ i-*?a«, o»#r GO p!'U*.
t0 " "MEDICAL ADVICE."
A l*ftcre on M.' ThOCd a ' Wowor.liood. 10 rer.t* ;tr al!
tt.rc ic ore t..cr»» ' ur.! »ola»e. 5 1 . 1 bry cr rt„ n 000 parrs
]> *:» I over 100 llltiotrauo.ta. Ml » r « .«»> »».•;< or. taa
renera'ivc *• • tiiat .• n irthku- 1.7. aad mu.-b thai :» n«X
1 -uMiai.-l m ar % :'i«-r • -!t. Tbe c« 0.. ioe.l volume poai
t 1 v—ljr tf - m.Mt I' -i uljr Mr ftcal B««-W ; J. ami lli«w di».
, ,S„.V *f'tr r r' » . have tl -ir Uiuoay rtfuoied. Tha
Anthor :» Ph) ;< >■( ma«T VMNIIW.
liiil—if lail Im, aril! b« round «1 grtmi wn ihoae tmf
; ! in in , unfiea of tt.r araUir. early err-ra. I'»t ».t r.
anr of tfie u iinrro:i tr «ol.Va c r-. nr.d«t tbe S.ea.! cf
Privato M «>r " ChroniO ** di»e».. «. in aioirle vol
. . r cow, r rPnoe . . St.irpa. MUer or Cur
tirr. « ooau.t..iM>n r >'.mlcntial J >1 '• »ter» nfr pr«mptlr
.4 frankly an««creJ » i'h..ul char.-- A l ire.. llr.lJnlt.'
.ll«pcuaary, 12 N- 0t. k : M. Loui*. (Ealabhabcd IW7 )
i_ Z j'For sale by Newt Dealers. AGENTS wanted.
s nR. fU'TTS Invttf* all f ei-■ .-* •uffrrlng f-..n. -w
A arm l:r. !. a. i him I'eu n ..-a anl i-llrj U
V . meM . t.» ihcir advaot^rc—Not aTt »ta. J 9
Manhood: flow Lost, flow Restored. |
. Just published, u uew edition ol !
£tSgl|» Dit. CULVEKWEI-l.'S CI'M.EUHA
' TED EdSAY 011 tlie radical curt
(without medicine) of SI'EUMATOB-
itniKA or Seminal VVenknef<B, Invol
untary Seminal Losses, IMPOTSSCY, Mental and
, Physic 111 Incapacity, Impediments to Marriajre,
etc.; also, CONSUMPTION, BPILECSY and FITS,
Induced by sell-indulgence or sexual ozlrava.
gancc, <tc.
' <?.' I'riec, in a scaled envelope, only fl cents.
The celebrated author, iu this admirable Es
say, clearly demonstrate*, from a thirty years'
Bucces-lul practice, that the alarming conse
quences of self-abase may lie radically cured
without the dangerous use ot internal medicine
. or the application of the knife ; pointing out •
> mode of cure at once simple, curtain and ell'oa
tual, by means ot which every suflurer, no mat
ter whet his condition may be, may cure himself
cheaply, privately, aud radically.
Ttiis hectare should be in the hands of
. every youth and every man in the land.
sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post/iairi, on receipt of tlx cunts or two
postage stamps.
Address the Publishers,
The Cnlverwcll Medle.l Co.,
41 ANN ST., NEW YOBK, P. O. Box 458G;
aplG-ly
E. GRIEB,
DEALER IN FINE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, &C.
ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY.
MAIN STREET, (North of Lowry House,) BUTLER, PA.
S3F" WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED, AND WARRANTED.
A. c. BOESSING & BRO.,
DEALERS IN
Groceries,
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, Oil,
—AND—
Anthracite Goal. 1
THE IHOHEHT MAHKET DtICE PAID IN
w'CASH"^
FOR OHAIN OF ALL KIND 3.
aep4tf
Union Woolen Milte. r|
I would ih-Hiro to call tin- at hint ion of the
public to the I'liion Woolen Mill, Jtutlor, I'*., '
where I liavo now /m l improved machinery for
tho manufacture of \
Barred and FlnnnolH,
Knitting and Weavin# Yarns, \
and I ran recommend them aw twin# very dura
ble, an they aro manufactured of pure Itutlor
county wool. Tin y aro beautiful in color, hii
perior in texture, and will bo *ol<! at vory low
prices. For nauiplcn and nrieon. addr«»HM,
H. FULLKUTON,
, Jul2V7& lj) liutlor, l'a
CAM'KTS! CUR, Cl.oTlis: MATS: HI I; F I sr.un iti>ns
= NEW STOCK! NEW STOCK! -
H c,
1 HECK & PATTERSON S %
j SEW CMPET IS j
zr- !N"OW OJPEIST!
? [email protected] Qooc* South of thefp Cl.othfng House,
C 5 »~a
Duffy's Block, eeptao-tf Butler, Pa, 3
dl 2
iSCIOH HIVXS i Sf)flH iSI VIM iSHXODIIO iSI3<I JIVO
From the Factory to the Wearer.
;> Shirts of Snperior Extra Tine Linen Shield nosom,
pV Ojscu Rack) French Voko, ami completely finished for
; V $7.50 A 80Z33H!!
* | ll*rin» rimf.tu ! RNNRNMNLI with ore ' tS* )mttt t OH: cn F*tcne« in th# Unit*l Cvu. fr aa ra
v u f j *5 '' ;• »i r •• *> « *--■■
CO' i 1 • o*o«ihai-t»(BicuH b..y *fklrl*, » -.«•-h*» .
* Qf* S" l* ' ! * cr "f• "i - <-tn\ v\:r tJ t v ;. ar . r. 4 .nt». aa.J • . o. »
fe ~ *3 l ' ■ <•->"•"■" r. t •J t. »> . ..mall
7. J 7 trn»lc. an.l n U« f il >«inc ar.pr r w oui or-r.
-pa J%i> / j >- i>up»n.-r Moiiia, I' L u.:u F;at»h«J FfCifl Yolo SL.r;., a* f>r w. vr> „ < ?.f»0
J r An Mi r .>•! „- I l Si*«v« and C.llar t. vh r,cr . v rti.
T -\ v ' rr '. ,: * S^:1 r.j.>f »-S a
TT' 'fl 1 *.» warrant! •->' 'tohe «rat-<:ni» la Uy a'J
-A V j ill ncul b ralioti. aa.. ii! in >pprtr»CM, iitraUllt; a stjiob . r; u u.e i, t £
*-- »-• 1 >n ordrrlujc RMI ■* jcj »«\f all »ut«ldr profit*.
j.f „ Bo,.'Shirt®ti®# -«Asal-o*.. r<HUtc» SUaiM or Came<*T uWo. of arrt wLh
\> •" »t *f.W VUltk FUU.MBIHSU CO., I*l Urw4» v«i,T.sS
a. r
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH T;iE CEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL SEE
BY EXAMIMINQ THIS MAP, THAT THE
CHICAGO, rTrT^
IS THEOIIEATCOXNECTIXfj I,INK IJETWEEX Til," EAST AND THE V. EST !
Its main liuo nm rromChlcoiintoC. >unrlt BlnfTi I H.MOKIXi; SAI.I X'N" nhcra y-m cuii el.;. y your
an.i Oioalin. pnj 'lna ihronna (utawa. IJI ■ liii . iiia"ut all hours of the day.
v!." P ; i M ™ no .S , . t J Kl i. lfl,,n ' l ' D " ven !': r '' J'V.iMlr, . t Imn Brt.»pn.i th« Mll-. Ip, I
W fut l llfi Msrcti/o, liruuk!'- n, nn<l y t". ":ri rivi'pn nil L"<>ints rt v.-ii iiv ir >
Gfliinoll nnu DcsMoinm, (th«» cnMtal o( IHWH I hn«i. an«l trnn&fiTa nre nT«-i i*s! ri r<*am il
with frora H:irc»it Junction to Po<.r:-i ; Li ,;vcn\r-.rth nisrt lii-.-n , ,u, L< -m»
Wilton Jun. Uon 10 Mutcatliio.VafhlnKt. i.. Fair- JJ,;,! £ rnion d'-»?«. ai.<i,, IHJUI.
field, Kldon. Belknap. Coatrevlllo. l-rinceton j T lii: IMTLNCII'AI. 11. 11. ( \NK<TIM\S OK
lrenton. <«nl!ntin. Camerun. Leav. nworth I»TJ ! I Til i;itK *' 'i'llHc>L"cill |,l\i: Alt' v- wii .
Atclii!».m ; \Varthi:mton to Slffonrn» y. <s*knl'». -v j u»\vs ; ,jX * Alt ' A
iiii 1 I, noxvlllu i Keokuk to 1 'ti, !». »im- | A f ('ji IPAOO v ;t!i :tll tJlvf-win■' lift"* *• ir Ik• • I*T t
parte. U.iiii.m»port, luJepfudfiit. i:w,.n. (»uum- : „"i s./utl.? u«..» .ort»i ut
wa, KiWyylUc. Or-j-nkß sa. I'l'llx M .n. i ■ nml I).- ; At l.'sci.mvoon. with tho shore i Mi. hi
; Do* i loin'*4 to 1 n<tlun*»l:i im<l Wlntci' ,, *t; ir • M utl'i rn aril I*ii,iur ■I t \Vnvm- t ('in. • ,
AtlaiilletoAiulubon. nml Avoca t.. Harl.m. 'III. It lldii nt-bun-.n. w ayno a I hlt.wo
lii , r s . l i,'V' lT,i, V„"'"rh l: '"V," 1 - r ll ."''" 1 At WA.-UHVOTON- 11 ,:ICIITS. With l'lttM.urK, Cln
trola «n<! o|n ratoß a through line between Ci.icoyo clunatt {+ St. \, .r.ls l< i:
"V,'. 1 , Ka ,'!***■ „„ i.i , c, ■ At. I.a SAI i vit!i"li:;i'..>l«(Vntnil H. It.
-.Tills .r-nony ..Trti rn.l conln.l Ploeplnu At I'KOHIA, wltli I'.. IV .1 ; I'.. 1..1>.: I. 11. St
Can wlik-1' 111" taf.-rtor• t.. none En.! Hyov.,,, „| , v m. M und T.. P.* W. Kallr..a,l».
double I) Ttll betwemi < hi. :i«o arirt ( ouiii- I llluirs. A t lt.« K l-i i-.'ii. nih W.-t.-rn I nl.n li IL and
or Atruiv n for Iwo l>«>|!ara nnd I m <*k ls??»nd A l'<N»n i Kriln»a<:
' 2 1 ?' «nd » P cot lon for *»*'•• Dollars*, trhllo I At DAVF.NI-OKT, v.ltk tho Davenport & North
t*ll other lines chanre between the name points I Western r U
Three | X;l!arn for a double berth, un.l Six Uullar., at \v r.sT l.iiiKnTV. with t!io Burllnmon, Cedar
t KiipiiN iV Northern 1( it
What will PLIT.SE yoii most will bo tho pleasuro At ÜBIXN I L 1., with Central It. it. of lowa,
of enior UK your n cii j, while r.asslna over the At lit:s MUM S, with l>. M. AI t. DinVelt. IL
beauuful pnilrlej rf Illinois anil lowa, In .mo of At Cue-hi. Bi.ri i•. with rnl.nt I'.iolll.' It. IL
our inaaniUeent l)liili>» anil It'-staur.nit tars tli it At (VMAIIA. with 11. .t Mo. It. I:. It. iln Noli.)
aceoninany all 1 hrouKh l.irireM I rains, \oiu . t Ati ui.t MrrsJrxf-rio*. with U-irllnmon.t «lar
an entire meal. n» Is serr. ,1 in any tin t- UapliT* .v N< n.liem It. IL
class hotel, for jerei.tv-tIT.) cents ; ..r you tail At OTTI'MWA. with Central IL It. of Iowa: St.
order what you like, ami lay for what you t-L Kan.t uyA Xortli--ritnn.il-.. B. IW«.
Appretiiillruf -.he fnet that n mniorttr of the p*o- At KKOKI'K. with Toledo. Peoria anil W.irsaw;
picpH-r r .»t« ,n ;oU'lt'lif* for dLT u-ni pur- W u.a>ii, and 8C !•• in*. Keokuk Jt N.-W. It !t.!s.
iMKiCM«and the en trm- u* pwwniior bu.-liici>ii of At lIEVEHM'. with Kan. < itv. St. .1. ,1c C. IJ.lt.lt.
;hl«s line wnrninim,' It •. w«» arf pl» aM-.l to an- At ATCHISON, with Atchison. Tooeka VV
nonnce that tht- < oiui»nny runs it* I»AI.A< i: Ko; Atchison A Neb. and Cen. br Lnlon Paciflc
Hil.Kl'lNti (AttH for M« opln»i iuir|H»sct<. and ItM IL ltd*.
PAIiACE l>lNlN<i CAItS for Fntirn pnrpo*,.? At LKAVEN"WORTH, with K. IV und K. Cen.
tfne <-tlii»r itreat feature «»f oar I'alnco Cars it a IL ltd*.
PALACECAIt* are rtin through to PKOKIA.DEH MOIXES, rOUXCIL
AT<iIISO.\ anil LEA VCN'WORTIIi
„T.lr\ rf ! Y ,m t ' ! * "" "«reut Kock I-land Route," are sold by
•II Ticket Aarenla In the 1 nlfed Ktatrv and Canada.
FVr Information not obtainable at your home ticket offl<-e, addrena,
A. |2. ST. JOHN,
ticu I SupermtoudcnL * Oen'l TkL and I'uss'irr Ant..
Chicago, 111.
rasasSIMPLICITY I JJ V
©JMPUHEO S © MAiNTAiNEfiI I
rnmmiLj^ Septsmbar, 1870!
«new
1' Important Improvements.
by ilcrcluinta aud oilicrit
for Ulttstrntcd Circular and Ti ii-cs. Libcr.il TcrLid to tlic Trido."^\
Don't buy until you have seen tlie lightest running machine in
the World—the Ever Reliable "VICTOR."
VICTOR SEWING MACHiNE COMPANY,
MIDDLKTOWS, CONY., and No*. J»9 a:i<l SOI Wnlm-Ii Avenue, CIIICAOO, ILL,
AUGfIJST a, 1879.
BLACK SILKS!
Will ofTt-r ImrL'iiiii" ilurinp the dull season tlmt will he of interest and well
worthy ft ei-iiii-ul examination from any one to buy a Silk Dress.
Black Silks ai CiOc., (i. r ic., 87$1 and sl.2;'), we invite comparison with
our better num'wrs at $1.50, sl.7;'), $2, 2.2;') and s2.;">o, including three
of the most reliable and popular makes, undoubtedly the
best values that have been offered, and it will afford
us pleasure to show these goods on our
counters or send samples to per
sons living at a distance.
Colored Silks, everv shade, 7. r >e., t»oc., sl'and $1.25, superior makes and finish.
Striped and Kanev Silks at 56c., reduced from 75c; a bargain, to close this line.
Black and Colored Satins. Hlack and Colored Satin Moire for trimming, at
po]iular prices.
Also, invite the attention of buyers of Cashmeres to our new and large stock
of Colored French Cashmeres, all shades, ut 50c. a yard, sold last
season at lille. Also, better qualities at (!(•<:., 75c. and sl.
Hlack Cashmeres at -15e., 50c., Goc., 65c., 75c., 85c., 90e. and sl. Samples will
be sent on application to examine and compare.
Summer I>ress Goods will IKJ sold at a sacrifice to make room for new goods
now arriving.
Choice New Foulards and Chintzes, Plain and Sitle Bands.
Housekeeping Goods a Specialty—Tabling, Napkins, Crashes, Ac., Bleached 1
and Unbleached Muslins, Sheeting and I'illow Can; Muslin, all
widths, and at lower prices than elsewhere. I
Trimming Fringes, Laces, of all kinds. Kiiching, Scarfs and Scarfing received |
every day !
Spoon Bust Corset, white and colors, at 50c., worth 05c. French Woven and j
Domestic Corsets, in all the popular makes. t
Unlaiindried Shirts, 50c., 75c. and sl. Laundricd Shirts, sl, the best value .
for the money to be found, made from the lx-st Wamsutta Muslin.
D is impossible to enumerate all of the departments, but will say that the best
of values will be offered throughout our very large stock, and the i
best possible attention shown to customers. ]
ISOG-GrS &c BUHL,
118 ,fc 120 FGDBKAL STItKET, ALLEGHENY
'J LINE «IL HOLDING < O::RLS.
THE I'.'IRL "IRE.! THAT UF:« R TLIE LLTH .LAV OT
. MARCH, L V 7-. :! , .EVERAL QM FUM COUNTY
? '' ' 1 ' N:NI.'IU-. ,:>I I TIR~: A! ■ 'II>I: V
J »R MIIRT, ami DWAKW IN
' T !< V.-. ■ I:M- :WU U« ( .S, OR • LONG 11*
! I ! • :-I T! ■ • . IT IS FUR
-3 R ■ : IT. R.. CAUSES L»E PUT
• I ' >»:. :■>? TRIAL. R TRAVTR-E JUT . SUMMONED LOR
| THE :.R*T W KCF THE .SEVERAL TERMS.
5 JAMES .1. CAMPBELL"
C......# *►- .« » » «m .* FC".
I OFFICE IN FMNIOW III TELE-'RAPH
J I OFFICE.
. JAIILS] BALDWIX I'. 0.. BNTINR CO.. PA.
, PJSBBIB A.KMOII,
' : JUSTICE OF TLIO PEACE,
; MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
3 ZRLIEXOPLK, PA.
R ATTOIIN MVS AT LA W.
. BUT LEE. P/~
WM. II T.I
OFFICE WITH \V. IT. LTI<T. J.
NEWTON IH..U KT
OFFICE IN FIRRT NATIONAL PURLS BCIUINFF.
E. I. BRL (111,
OFFICE IN KIDDIE'S L W R,N;I .1.1- .
S. F. HOWTEK.
OFFI.-E IN K- 1V» L.I'F 8R.1L.!::.},'. [MAR* "7 6
J. I). MEJU NKIN'T
SPECIAL ATTENTION PLVEN TO COLLECTIONS OFFII T
OPPOSITE W.LARD HOUSE.
JOSEPH U~ BREDIX,
OFFICE NORTH-CAST COMER OF DIAN:.I:ID, BUTLER
PA.
? k H. GOUCHER;
OFFICE IN HCHTI. I.IOMAII'A BUILDII.G. LIP H( AIL S.
J. T. DONIY
OFTICE NEAR COURT HOR. -. APR22-'74
U . I). BRAN DON,
EBL7-75 OFFICE I:I UTN;'H ! 'LIL II'I"
I'L.ACEM'E "V» ALKER,
QFSCE IN ERODIN BUILDING* IR.ARL7 T
FEUD KEIBER,
OTFLCO IN BERN'SNEW BUIKLIIRR, M I:U STRECT.AP9IY
~~ F. H. RABT.VAN,
OI'ICE IN BREDIN BNIIIIIRG.
LEV, MCQRISTION^
OFFICE MAIN STIE.*!, I DOOR I-. : TI OF COURT FIOR.SE
JOS. O. VANDERLIN,
UTRET 1.1 DOOR SOULH OF COURT LLOUAE.
WIN A. FOHQUKLI,
OFFICE OL UTRCET, OPPOSITE YOJ;ELEY
HOCUO.
™GEA IT. \YIUTI£~
OFFICE N. E. CORNER OT' DIAMOND
PKA N CIS 8 PULTVIA NCE~
OILICO WITH O. 11. J. N. PNRVIUICE, -MX.II STREET,
EOUTH OF FUURT HO.IFO.
J. D. MCJUKISNT
OFLL.E IN SFHM : IL"IUNN'. SUUDIIIL-, *. ST SIDE OL
MAI'I SRREI T, : .;:..IRT* IRF.IU COURT HOTNE.
A. G. WILLIAMS,
OHICO ON DISNIMIO, TWO DOORE WEST OF CITIZEN
AJ.»C
T. O. CAMPBELL.
OFFI<-E IN NC.V L:I:IJ-|R. LD ILOOR, EA-T
SIDE 51AM AT., A I'E*V F;. NTH OT IXUVRJ
HOUSE. I.IAR.'L—TI".
n A. ,T M. SIJLIJ VAN7~
MAY? OFFICE S. W. EOR < 1 DIAMONIL
BLACK & 8110.,
OOICE ON .VAIN STREET, ONE D«X R S.NITI,
JTNULV BLOCK, BR.LIER. I*A. / R . ..'J, !>7^.
JOHN M MIIXKR VT BRO.
OFIICO IN BRADY':. L*'.V JJ . " LINY. 'MIN STREET,
EONTIT OF TO NIT LIOTIHO. KWK.V: O. MILI.KII,
NOTARY L'UL.L:.-. J Y
THOMAS ROBINSON,
BDTLEB. PA.
J( 'US 11. NE(ILEY,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO TRANSACTIOUT
IH REAL .ITITALI 'I R'IR.GLIOUT THO COUNTY.
ONIRIC ON IHAATO XI J, NI-..\U COUKT HORSR, IK
CITIZEN NNI.,NM
K. 11. KCKI.EV, KESMUV .MAHSIIAI-L.
(LATE OL (>!>I;\)
EC KLKY & MARSHALL.
OFFICE IU LIRAILY'S I.A* SII>T.!»,7*
" C G. CHRISTIE; ;
ATTORNEY AT AAV. BTIMIIESS CAREFULLY
TRAI:-ACTED. COLLCCRIOPE UIADT- AND PROMPTLY
RUNUTRIL. UUTIRTDA CORRESPONDENCE PRT»UI])ILY
ATLEMLED TO AND ANSWERED.
OFFICE OPP ITEXOWRY DOUSE, BUTLER, PA.
MIS
W. M. DAME,
BCHONLIOU LILOCK,
EDW ARD \ i SW EFC NKY,
SMKTBIMUT, PA.
C<»LIORFIOIIH MIITLO IN MCKCAN, VENANGO, BNTLER
AND O&IION C» UNTIES.
I\L. K TLLLES,
IVTR»LLA, BIITLC.;-COUUTY, PA. |)U3
WILLIAM R. CONN,
OILIER IN BRUWLCY HOM E,
(II!EE( E C;/TY. |JTIUET-LY
M.
JAN 6 TF PETRNLUT, BUTLER CO.. PA
HOTELS
ASTOS? PLACE HOTEL,
KIJIJOPUAN IM.AN.
ASTOR PIACA, 3RD A.VO. <T BTH ST.,
(OPPO. ITE COOPER INSTITUTE,)
3WCUV
HEST LOCATION IN TBO EITV. ELEVATED LINLLROAD
AND LIVE OTHER LINES OI C:«R* P:U S THE DOOR.
K XMIS . R IF)«I-NTS TO FRI PER DAY. JJJL. THE WEEK
F2 AND UPWTNIL.^.
(H EN ALL NK4HI. NP2^TF
WILLARD HOUSE,
MAIN STREET, NEAR COURT HOUSE,
BCTU-.LT, PA.
GEO. W. CAMPBELL, - - - PUOMUETOB.
EITEX M I LLL'II. ITORSE,
ON UIANIUND, NEAR COURT LLONNO,
IIUJ LELT, PA.
H. EITENJIILLEB, --- - PUORIUKTOG.
THIS HOUSE LIAS BEEN NEWLY FUMISLIOD AND PA
PORED. AIUL THE ACCOIUINOILATIONS ARC GOOD.
HTABLING IN CONNECTION.
HVil RKI ISt: 5C HOUSED
MUIU STREET, BUTLER, PA.
JOHN F. HACK KIT, .... PKOP'R.
THIS OLD AND E-.ABLISHED HOTEL LIAS RECENTLY
LIEEN FITTED UP IN MODERN STYLE, OND IS CAPULDE
OF AEOOMINFMHITING A LARGE NUMBER OF
TERMS MODERATE. GOOD STABLING ATT:U A HED.
National Hotel,
CORTLANDT OTKEET, NEAU BIWIADWAT,
NEW VOHK.
IIOTCIIKISS POND, - - PROP'RS,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THO RESTAURANT, CAFE AND LUNCH LOOM ATTACHED
ARE NIU<NR| A WED FOR UIIEAPIKV:. AND EXOELLENCE OF
■ORVI.'O ILI.ONIH •>« ELS. TO T'J | R DAY, I-.LT TO FLO
PER WEEK. I'.'IIV. IJNT TO ALL FI RRICS AND CITY
RAILRI.ADD. N- W I" HUMRI'HE, NI:W MANAOE
MKNT. JAOLS-LY
WN. N IRAOUF,
DBAI.KU IN
T.CITLLICR, FLN<!IIIJA:N F TAL
LOW, SLICRP J'CIIH, PLNMLER
HAIR, ILC., «VC.
HLRHCST PRICES P»L>L IN CTII FUR IIMES, KIPS,
TJTIEEP PULU>, TALKIW, .TC.
ALL KINDS O| LEATHER, .MIL ALSO PLASTER ILAIR,
ALWAYS ON HAND, AND SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH
PI ICES. ALSO, MUNULACTURER OF AND DEALER IN
HARNESS. SADDLES, BRIDLES, COLLARS, WHIPS,
AC., WHICH WILL HII SOLD AT !■ TTOM PRICES, LTO
PALLING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. HL.OP ON CTIN*
NINJIHANI STREET, NEAR CREEK,
BPTLBR. PA.
HRIBT O. HAUT,
FINE MCRCHANT TAiICB,
COR. PENN AM. .SIXTH STREETS,
l > iU»buryh l J'a

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