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ISUTLEtTctTIZIvV.
Ijocal and General.
CHEW Jackson's Rest Sweet Navy Tobacco.
You can give thanks and carve
turkey to-morrow. But spook around a little
and help some poor family to a turkey.
A GREAT many of our young men
are devoting their spare time to wondering if
they will be invited to dine out on Thanksgiv
ing Day.
THKBE are a number of dogs in this
town whose tails could be amputated close be
hind the ears, and the community suffer no
loss thereby.
WORKING and Dress Shirts of all
kinds, from 20 cents up, at Charles R. Grieb s.
A BALTIMOBE girl ate chalk to make
her complexion white, and she succeeded.
People who looked into the casket said that her
face looked like marble.
CHRISTMAS presents are in course of
construction. The inevitable pair of slippers
worked in worsted, with yellow dogs, blue sun
flowers and green border is still the (avorite.
IF you want a good education go to
West Sunbury Academy.
BOIL rice, shake it in a sieve or
colander until it is dry, and serve it with
•trained tomatoes and grated cheese poured
over it while it is hot, so that they will meit.
THE Winter Term of the Wither
spoon Institute will open Dec. Ist, 1879. The
Institution is iu a flourishing condition. Lx
cellent advantages are offered to students ot
both sexes.
IF you wish to prevent weevil in
wheat garners, take three one-<juart jugs, fill
them full of whisky, put them in your wheat
garners, cover them up nil but the tops, don t
touch them for three months.— Ex.
TALLOW and Sheep Pelts wanted,
at highest market prices, at
ROI:SSING'S TANNERY.
A SIDEWALK is needed at the corner
of McKean street and the street to the "Free
port" bridge. There is a vacant lot there,
which nobody seems to own, and around which
or over which a walk is needed badly.
AN exchange says, that the law ex
tending the jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace
is pronounced unconstitutional, as it contains
more than one subject in violation of Art. 3,
Sec. 3, of the Constitution of Pennsylvania.
THE latest styles in Neckwear, at
Charles R. Grieb's.
QOINCT Argo : A Milwaukee girl,
suffering from lockjaw, was left alone with a
mouse Dy the shrewd physician, and she con
trived to open her niouth enough to give a yell
that made the crockery in the china closet
rattie.
ONE of the largest stocks of Ameri
can Movements and American Cases, both Gold
and Silver, ever offered in Rutler, is to be seen
at E. Grieb's, which were all purchased before
the late rise in Watches, and will be sold at
the old rates.
WE have on our books a considerable
amount due us for small advertisements, and,
as an editor cannot live without inonev, we
would ask all who know themselves indebted
to us as above to come and settle the same, and
save us the time and expense of sending a bill.
WM. MARDORF is paying as high as
|6 and $7 for heavy Steer and Heifer Hides.
THE strange condition exists in
Pittsburgh of a large number of streets, alleys
and avenues bearing the same name. The con
fusion resulting from this condition of things
has become so great that a special committee
of councils has been commissioned to remedy
the evil.
SOME of our contemporaries are
wicked enough to treat Thanksgiving as a day
appointed for eating turkey and nothing else.
They say "get your turkey ready," instead of
admonishing their readers to make, prepara
tion of heart to thank God for his mercies,
turkey included.
THE postofißce department has given
notice that payment of money orders or the
delivery of registered letters addressed to
American Coal Co., Florence Jewelry Co.,
Freshman St Co., Premium Art Co., and J. C.
Tyner k Co., all purporting to be doing busi
ness in Pittsburgh, will not be allowed. The
department,says they are swindlers and frauds.
SPECIALTIES in woolens at William
Aland's Merchant Tailoring establishment not
to be had elsewhere in the county.
PIG-KILLING time has come. We
notice that some of our citizens have already
had theirs butchered, and we have often won
dered whether or no it is possible for good,
wholesome meat to come out of pens from
which, all summer, a most obnoxious, sour
stench has arisen. We are of the opinion that
• great deal of sickness comes from rotten pig
pens.
IF you wish to have the Best
Leather, made at old prices, and cheap Shoe
Findings, go to ROESSING'S TANNERY.
AN English physician is writing a
series of papers to prove that doctors might
serve their patrons in the kitchen as well as in
the sick chamber. The idea is eminently se:i
sible, for the old saw about an ounce of pre
vention being worth a pound of cure exactly
expresses the situation. People become sick
because they have violated some physicial law,
and nine times out of ten it will be found that
the malady began at the stomach.
YOTJNG persons bringing their pro
visions with them from home, can attend th
West Sunbury Academy, at the nominal ex
pense of sl2 or sls per term.
CONGRESS will meet this year on the
first day of December, which happens to be the
first Monday, prescribed by law for the meeting.
It is easy to predict that no legislation of a
political character, or involving issues between
the two great parties will be passed. The
questions which disturbed the extra session will
probably be dropped, as they ought to be after
tne timidity exhibited by the Democratic
leaders, who went into the fight very hot and
came out of it very cool.
5,000 Beef Hides of all descriptions
wanted, Steer, Cow, Heifer or Bull Hides,
trimmed or nntrimmed, at Wm. Mardorf's,
West Cunningham street, Butler, Pa.
ACCURATE statistical information
with regard to the agriculture of this country
is of prime importance not to our own farmers
and citizens alone, but to the world at iarsre.
Recognizing this fact, Congress by an Act,
approved March S, IS7O, provided that the next
census should be completed within the month
of June, 1880. By this provision it is expected
to avoid most of the errors in former agricul
tural reports, due to the fact that many of the
products returned embraced those of two dif
ferent crops. As the next enumeration will be
completed between June Ist and the 30th inclu
sive, nearly all of the crops harvested one year
can be pretty accurately ascertained. Those
for the calendar year 1579 will include the
cereals, peas, beans, rice, tobacco, cotton, pota
toes, fruits of all kinds, hay, clover, grass seed,
hemp, flax, honey, sugar caue, sorghurn, and, in
short, everything harvested this fall. The
cfops of the calendar year 1880 will be few,
embracing maple sugar and molasses, and wool
clipped chiefly in spring, except in Southern
California, Texas and some of the other South
ern States where two clippings a year are
obtained. For certain agricultural products
there is no regular harvest, for they are [fath
ered as they mature, week by week, and day by
day. These comprise butter, cheese, tnilk
sold, value of animals slaughtered, yield of
market gardens, timber of all kind?, and home
manufacture. It is extremely desirable that
the returns on all these topics should be full
and accurate, and this end can be best secured
by the hearty and intelligent co-operation of
our farmers. Accordingly Francis A. Walker,
Superintendent of the Census, strongly recom
mends them to make notes, from time to time,
of the quantities and values of the several
crops gathered ; of the number of acres planted
to each, and of all other particulars that will
enable them to make prompt, full and accurate
returns when the census canvassers call upon
them next June.
D. Lothrop & Oo.'s Fall Books.
No publishing house in the country is mak
ing more active preparations for the holiday
trade than D. Lothrop & Co., and their list of
announcements exceeds in extent and attractive
ness that of any past year. As usual, the
strongest effort has been made in behalf of
young readers, and the books offered for their
delectation are as beautiful in their outside ap
pearance as they are fascinating inside. Sto
ries in prose and stories in poetry, funny sto
ries, pathetic stories, stories in natural historv
and stories about people and places, delight
fully written and charmingly illustrated, form
a large proportion of the catalogue, while
hooks adapted to the needs and capacities of
older readers are not wanting.
Among the larger and more important books
are Mr. Benjamin's American Artist*, an ele
gant quarto volume, filled with portraits of
•onie of oar most famous painters, with illtis-
tratinns from their own liands. drawn expressly
for the work ; a second volume of /'or/*' Homes,
brought out in the same manner, containing
portraits and biographies of Holmes, Bryant,
Emerson, Paul 11. llayne, John Boyle O'Reil
ly, ami other prominent authors : a new edi
tion of Out of Darkness into I.iyht, a volume
which a New York critic calls "a rich work of
art;" a red-line, quarto edition of Pilgrims'
Progress, on plate paper, with 17 full-page
illustrations, splendidly bonnd ; Story oj tie
Prayers of Christian Histories, by the author
of Story of the Hymns ; Thoughts that Breathe,
consisting of choice extracts from the works of
Dean Stanley, with an introduction by Phil
lips Brooks; anew edition of Jesus. Lover of
Mg Soul; a gift Imok for yoiinc ladies called
( hristnws Pie , illustrated by Miss Lathbnry ;
Chri tun's Snow Flakes, a large and elegant
quarto volume of original poems by American
authors, with choice illustrations, r:ch!y and
uniquely bound, and Or. Smith's America, our
National Hvnin, with several exquisite en
gravings and a sketch of the author.
Of the books for young people, prominent is
Wide Awake Pleasure Boohs ' F," uniform
with the five volumes which have preceded it,
yet with a rich and more attractive table of
contents than either of them; Don Quixote,
Fr., being a history of the further adventures
of Miltiades Peterkin Paul; Miss Yonge's
Young Folks' His'ory of France, and Rome ;
The Dogberry Bunch; Royal I.oirrie's Last
Year ai St. Olare's; and Breakfast for Tiro,
by Joanna Mathews. Others are in prepara
tion and will be early announced.
But it is the children who have particular
reason to fee 1 grateful to the Messrs. Lothrop,
who have provided for them a list perfectly
bewildering in its variety and attractiveness.
One of the first books to tempt the eye of little
patrons is Child L.ore, a beautifully bound
quarto volume with engravings and colored
illustrations. It contains the "Babvland Clas
sics," old ami new, with short rhymes and
jingles, complied and edited by Clara Doty
Bates, and is good for all times and seasons of
the year. Once upon a Time , by Miss E. E.
Brown, is a charming book of story plays,
illustrated of course, and bound in taking
style. Then there are Stories and Pictures of
Domestic Animals, and Stories and Pictures
of Wild Animals, companion books, in large
tvpe, in chromo board covers; a new edition of
Little Lucy's WonJerjul Globe; Children's
Funni/ Book, a big quarto, full of pictures ; the
Birthday Picture Book, with thirty full-page
engravings and mottoe3 for each day in the
month; and several "baby books," chief
among them Bj by land for 1879. Baby's Ob
ject-Lesson Book, and B iby's Portfolio.
Unusual attractions arc also offered in the
little "Libraries" and . "Series." The Wide
Awake Library, containing the eight volumes ot
the magazine, ought to be in possession of
every family where there are children, and no
cheaper or more fitting present could be made
by parents than this. The Out of School Series,
consisting of four volumes JL>y popular writers,
is a special attraction. Then there are the
Merry and True series of 10 volumes; Little
Chats with Little Folks, 6 books in a box; Baby
Classic Toy Books; Favorite Q larto Toy Books;
the National History Series and Storivs, and
Johnny's Discoveries, in three volumes.
The presentation book upon which the Messrs.
Lothrop are In-stowing particular attention, and
which, from its peculiar character, ought to
have special attraction for every patriotic
American, is Dr. S. F. SiJith's America, which
for nearly half a century has served as our
national liymn. It is to be brought out in large
quarto form, magnificently illustrated aud
bound, and containing, beside the hymn, an
illustrated sketch of the venerable author, who
is still living. It would be interesting if we
could know the various important occasions
upon which this hymn has been sung since it
was written. During the war it exerted a won
derful influence at home and in the field in the
way of strengthiug patriotic feeling, aud it has
lost none of its popularity or power sinjs. The
volume which presents it is artistic and beauti
ful, and it should be found in the household of
every true American.
The five handsomely printed volumes which
constitute the Idle Hour Series, and which have
put off their light summer clothing for tasteful
cloth covers, claim the attention of all lovers
of choice literature. They have ail been
warmly praised by the press, and in their
cheaper form have had a large and steady sale.
Their character is not ephemeral, nor are they
simply intended as "summer books." One can
enjoy the experiences of the Two Girls who
Tried Farming by a coal fire as well as in a
hammock, or the narrative of the trio who
sailed Up and Down, the Merrirrvxc when that
famous river is frozen as well us now. My
Daughter Siuan and Priscilla ILunter are ac
ceptable acquaintances at any time of year, and
there is no particular season to be set apart for
Poor Papa.
There are two other series which seem to
require special mention. The first, History and
Biography, containing five volumes, and Fa
mous Americans, containing the lives of Frank
lin, Sumner, Webster aud Amos Lawrence.
They are books which every boy should read,
and will be the better for reading.
Another new book, Waifs and their Authors.
is now in press, and nearly ready for issue. It
will be in the popular quarto form, illustrated.
Of new editions, prominent are Tarbox's Life
of Israel Putnam, which has been m:\terially
reduced in price; Sunshine for Babylana;
Pansy's three ever popular books, Mother's
Boys and Girls, Picture Book, and Our Dar
lings, all of them enlarged, and in choice
bindings. The Children's Almanac, which
created such a sensation last season, should not
be forgotten. It is one of the most useful and
beautiful little volumes ever brought out by
the publishers, and is sold for hardly more than
a nominal price. It will be remembered the
calendar reaches over five years, and is as good
to-day as it was last year.
The "World's Child-Magazine.
John Greenleaf Whittier, the most
ehild-heartcd as be is among the fore
most of American Authors, writes of
ST. NICHOLAS: "It is little to say of
this magazine that it is the best child's
periodical in the world." Prof. Proc
tor, the astronomer, wrote from Lon
don : "What a wonderful magazine it
is for young folks, and ours are quite
as much delighted with it as Ameri
can children can be !" That it is cal
culated to delight the little folk every
where is indicated by the fact that it
is to be issued in French by Delagrave
of Paris and that even the far-away
little Moslems are now to have a vol
ume made up of translations from ST.
XICIIOLAS into Arabic by the Rev. 11.
H. Jessup.
Beginning with the November num
ber (ready Oct. 25th,) the magazines
is to be printed on heavier paper with
wider margins, and is to be so much
enlarged that the new volume will
contain nearly two hundred more
pages than any former volume, while
the price will remain the same. The
publishers announce many brilliant
novelties, including a new serial by
Miss Louisa M. Alcott, entitled "Jack
a:id Jill;" "The Treasurer-Box of
English Literature," in which will be
given gems from standard English and
American authors; an Acting-Play
for Sunday Schools, by Rev. Edward
Eggleston, which will be printed iu
time for the holidays, with full direc
tions for its representation in school
exhibitions; and a beautiful Fairy
Operetta for children entitled "The
Sleeping Beauty in the Wood."
The November number has two
beautiful frontispieces and a red-line
title-page, and contains over sixty
illustrations. In it, begins a new
serial story for boys, "AMONG TIIE
LAKES," by the author of "Dab Kin
zer."
Another splendid serial for boys has
been secured for this volume,—"The
Fairport Nine," a story of a base-ball
club, by NOAH B BOOKS. In short, ST.
NICHOLAS, which has no rival on
either continent, is to be better than
ever.
A superb Christmas number is in
preparation, to appear early in Decem
ber. Subscriptions should begin with
November. Buy it of your book
seller, or send the subscription price to
the publishers. Price, $3 a year ; 25
cents a number.
SCRIBNER & Co.,
743 Broadway, New York.
Not a Beverage.
"They are not a beverage, but a medicine,
with curative properties of the highest degree,
containing no poisonous drugs. They do not
tear down an already debilitated system, but
build it up. One bottle contains more hops,
that is, more real hop strength, than a barrel
of ordinary beer. Every druggist in Rochester
sells them, and physicians prescribe them."—
Rochester Evening Express on Hop Bitters.
Bixtuk Cit£s«»: 26, tS?9.
WfcLi£K±C TO BUY
IIA RI) W AIIE!
Axes Augers I i Norway iron, Oilers,
Auger Handles, Awls, '-g F ITT 1 OTA pf'Sir*'
Axle Grease, ll6 *9i 1 ALL. 18 i »). Plane Irons '
Bells, Bolts, Blocks, Pulleys, Pocket C utlery,
Rrtishea Hits J Porcelain kettles,
Blacksmiths' Sledges, After thanking our patrons and percussion Caps,
Builders' Hardware,' the public generally for their very| V.^oKvrs
I. H't™ liberal patronage in the. past, we Ru Ves, Razor Strops,
Blast in!r Powder' would respectfully announce that'. i:at Trips, Rollers, Saws,
Carpenters' Tools', ice have HOW in stock a full line of Scales, screws, Shot,
; C : Scythes, l^'Drivers,
HEAVY AND SHELF ! - scythe Stone,
Chisels Cordage, | . Spikes,'Spoons' Steel,
Cow BelK Cutlers', TT O ¥• fl \\T O Y* p Stove Polish, Springs,
r Door Springs and Stops, ±1 d; I U- VV Cl 1 l.n W
Drawing Knives, i . t r i
; Egg Beaters, Edje Tools,' #' T V \ll» nres
Faucets. Files, suitable for the Fall trade, at rrup-, Jape Meaiu.es,
Forks, Fly Traps, \ prices to suit the times.
un < Locks"cTlassf' !AU those in need of anything tn Vises-Hand,
Gunpowder,Grindstones, \our line are cordially invited to
Hammers, Hoes, Wall and examine goods and prices ivinjov.- Sorin g '
! Purlin, Mere. WUfi,'
Horse Shoes and Nails, ""'''.l'
Lanterns, Lock*. JACKSON & MITCHELL,
W r lr ilji' I 'Kiks
Malleable Iron < astings, Corner Main & Jefferson Sis., Wood Siw<, Wire Rope,
Meat Cutters, Yard sticks,
Measu-in ffTTapes 1 BUTLER, PA. Zink Oilers,
N N T ails, 1 Zink Sheet,
Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
Farmers' Supplies,
' Iron, Steel, Metals, Blacksmiths' Supplies, &c.
CARPRTS! OIL (;L')TiIS! MATS! IlUii.S! STA.IH ROLS
S STOJ3K! NSW STOCK! >
■ h
| HECK & PATTERSON S §
j MV CARPET ROOM!
■j, NOW OJPiCN!
S One Door South, of thete Clothing House, §
Outty'a »lovk, se P t2o-tf Bullcr, Pa. 33
iSQQg HIYXS IBf>£ia igXVW iSHXCIOHO iSXgJaVO
; Hardware; Implements!|
1 :::::: J. G. A W. CAMPBELL,
| I
Solo Agents for tli9 World-Renowned """
BITPVIOVF MOWER AND R5AFEB,::::::
1 LillS Ifi CID3R MILL,
irmrTjvp SRAm drill,
IMB IB HAY RAKE, EE
fEE Blßflfi m Mil, ITHiCi ill HUE, I
: EE L M. CQSBY'S Cslebratsd 7AHKZS& MILL. EE
drakkus jerar
; ;;;;;; Cultivators, Scythes Sf Snaths, ;;;;;;
Shovel Plows, Grain Cradles, ;;;;;;
Corn Planters, Forks fy JToes, ■• •••
| Lawn Mowers, Gam Hose,
And Everything in tise Implement Line.
EE Stoves and Tinware, EE
::::::| House Goods :::
CARPENTERS' AND FARMERS' TOOLS.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Goods greatly reduced in price and satisfaction guaranteed.
H J. G. & W. CAMPBELL.
Don't You Do It!
DON'T BE SO FOOLISH AS TO BUY
AN OLD STYLE
Sewing Machine,
No matter liow irreat its n:ime, or how loud
lto preien»ion«, when for less
luon -y you can get
The Best Invented
as well as
The Latest Improved,
THF; SELF THKEADrNG
Dauntless!
The only Machine made which has
Shuttle, Tale Up and Temiows
Entirely Self-Th reading.
The DAUNTLESS also makes iln- most perfect
Lock-Stitch, has the most intrenious sepa
rate Bobbin-Winder, largest Arm Space
and Wide Feed, Simplest Mechan
ism, most stylish Furniture,
and
Handsomest Plating a.id Ornamentation in
the Market.
It Sews Anything! 1< Beats Everything!!
It i'leases Even body ! ! !
igySewiusr Michlne Dealers everywhere will
Hud it to their interest to order the Dauntless,
and p t Factory I'rlecs. For terms, territory,
Jsc., apply to The Dauntless Manufacturing
Com pan >, Norwalk, Ohio, or to
L. If. SLAGLE,
jylf>-6in East Brady, CI u ion Co., Pa.
HMKY O. HALK,
FIE ISA Mill,
COU. PENN AND SIXTH STREETS,
Pittsburgh, Pa
B SEivisa foi&cHiss
THE BUST OF
Ur.rivalcd in Appcarar.ce,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construction,
Unprecedented in Popularity,
Aud Undisputed in the Broad Claim
OF OCINO THC
VERY BEST OPERATING
QUCKC9T SEI.UNG,
IIANUSO-HEST, AND
, Moat Perfect Sewing Machine
IN TIIE WORLD.
Ths great popularity ol the While Is ihe mast con
vincing tribute to its excellence and superiority
over other machines, and in submitting It to the
trade we put It unon its merits, and in no Instance
has it ever yet tailed to satisfy any recommendation
In Its favor.
The demand for the White has Increased to such
an extent that we are now compelled to turn out
A. Complete Sewlia.gr
•very tlireo aaoizi-vates ijx
tJoo to s-u-piply
tfc-o cleaTaana-I
Every machine is warranted for 3 years, and
sold for c-sh at liberal discounts, or upon easy
payments, to suit the convenience ot customers.
BWAGSUT3 WASTTID IH UITCCCUFIZS XISSITCS?.
WHITE SEWINCTMACHINE CO..
m 3EB Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
VOX Agent.
OHifc at Votrelcy's Hakcry,
BUTLEK, PA.
Jlr*. M. EC IC'II 4 Rl>«.
No. 222 Pcnn Ava., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Will exhibit on FRIDAY inJ SATURDAY,
Nov. 14 ■*.- 15, 18S9, a complete assortment of
II I ". IS 011 I* ATT EIIN
HATS AND BONNETS
ol the hitest Parisian styles.
A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies
of this town mid vicinity to call in and insj cct
the tunny :>nd beautiiul patterns iu the Fall aud j
Winter styles. novi2lm J
PLAMMii MILL
_AND—
LmfiiS)er Yard !
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PUKVIS.
S.Gr. Purvis & Co.,
M \ NUFACT! KEIiS A. XI) DC ALE US IN
Rough and Planed Lumbbr
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FRAMES,
MOULDINGS,
SASH,
DOORS,
Patent Moulded Weatherboarding.
FLOORING,
SIDING,
•BATTKNS
BRACKETS
and Scroll Sawing of every description
Gauged Cornice Boards,
Cornice Moulding
I'ORCII POSTS,
STAIR RAILS,
Newell Posts and Balusters
FENCE, PALINGS, <fcc., Ac.
MICHIGAN SHINGLES,
Barn Boards ; Plastering Lath ; HEM
lock Bill Stuff, such as Joist Raf
ters, Scantling, <fec.. all sizes
constantly on hand.
ALBO,
RIO STUFF
AND
TANK STUFF
for oil wells.
All of which we will sell on
reasonable terms tud guar
antee satisfaction.
PLANING MILL AND YARD
\'car dor in }ii> Colliollc I'lmreli
•INNS., LV.
BUTLER
Lumbei Yard and Planing Mill.
H. BAUER - & BROS.,
JEFFERSON ST.. - BCTLER, PA.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Doors, Sash, Frames, Blinds.
Molding of all descriptions,
Brackets, Patent Molded
W eatherboarding,
Mill Boards, Flooring, Palings.
Stair Railings, Balusters of
every style, &c., &c.
Circular Moldings Made to Order.
AI.SO, DEALERS IN
Lumber, Plank, Shingles, Lath, &c,
apis-ly
What it will do WitbooS Pasting.
It will sew over uneven sunaccs as well M
plain.
it -.riilaewover scsma In any garment, without
making lotgor sli< rt stitches, breaking of thread,
rrpu Bering the lining "f thi poods at the 5c..m,
requiting t-oasfiManre f:oui the operator, except
to ran the mac Line and to guide Iho work.' V
point which uoother machine possesses.
11!' the cn'.y practical machine for hemming
WasiJp'icM, poplins, muslins, and other similar
guodsw :„,ut tasting,and it is the ociy machine
in the wjr d that will turn a wide hem across tho
end < f a sheet wi'hout fulling the under or upper
aide of tli-hem.
It wiil t jru a hem and sew in a/old at one oper- i
ttion.
It vrtil do Mling, bias or straight, on any cotton
cr woolen poods.
It wi.lfell across scam-i on any gcodr. ,
It will hind dreMp"C.d3 with ll:e tsmo or ctlicr
m:i!criil, cither scallops, points, fcjuares or
straight.
Bind /nlils without showing the stitches, and
sow on nt the some 1 me.
It v'll put on drcs braid and sow In facing'
end a bissf-.ld r r one eperatien, vithon.t drawing'
cither dress, bn> 1.1 cr skirt, and without rhowing
thocliii h ou r ; ghtside.
Fold Lias tiiiaming and sew en at oneopcra
ticn.
Maio niil'lner3'folds with diCercnt colors and
plercacfirooJaatoneoperatiou, a nd sew ou at tho,
aamal'roo. . i
It rrill F9T In n sleeve, covering a cord and.
stitching it i-ito the scam at the same time.
It wilfpnthcr withoutsewinj o". It wiilgather
and sow ca at thevreme time.
11 will gather between two bands, showing the
stitches c.n therisht side, at one operation
It will make an.d tewa rufjo on any part of a
drew r«irt, and sew on a hl-s fold for heading at
cno operation, showing tho stitches on tho right
aide.
I twill pnlher or.d sew on abar.d with piping
Vr' ween r:iT:l3 and band. ;.t co operate n.
Itwillfrewa band r".id ruGjon adri?s shirt,
stitching in piping nt head of band, at ono oper
ation. . .
It will make plaited trimming cither straight
or sen Hoped. , ~ ,
Make plaited triram'nz eiiaer scalloped or
)»*r light. arid new on h baud, and edge etitcli the
at one? operation.
It wiil. with ono operation for each vnrietr,
without basting, execute rraeti' al varieties i f
Tufllin*:. being twelve more than c:» 11 bo produce 1
on any other m tchiue with tho same number of
operation*.
It does not change lenpth of stitch on fk-roit
w rV.
It. from Jace to leather without chan* Dg w
• T »rb • r tcr.3ion tl
' VERY micMne I" warranted for FIVE VM.J ..no
j... kerit i *i repa rn free of expense to tlie pur
* -rortSAl K BY
H. Grrieb, s
BUTLER, PA, P
—— P
Hollcc. j.
Notice in licrel.V given that W. P. Uraiiam, ~
ASSIGNEE of A. O Stcen, HA* filed hi < final sc-
count in tlie ofticc of tlie Piottionotarv of tiie
Common Pleat. Oonrt of Hutier county, and that C
the NAME will be presented to waid Court for C
eoiitirmatioii and allowance, 011 Wednesday, the
j 3rd day of December next.
I uovs-4t A. RUSSELL, Proth'y.
Tins standard article is compound
• i with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderful and as
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
youthful color.
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
li}- its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, " The con
stituents are pure, and carefully se
lected for excellent quality ; and I
consider it the BEST PREPARATION
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir
able shade, to brown or black, at dis
cretion. It is easil}' applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA, N.H.
Sell ij kU Ercc£:*.s, ui E«cl«r» is Ktil&M.
E. GRIEB,
DEALER IN FINE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, &C.
ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS A
; MAIN STREET, (North of Lowry House,) BUTLER, PA.
! ' > .
IST WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED, AND WARRANTED !
flgg
33. Roe^^in^;,
[Successor to A. C. Housing A Bro.]
DEALEIi IN
Groceries
GRAIN, FLOOR, FEED, OIL,
—AXI»
Anthracite Coal.
THE niOHERT MARKET PRICE TAID IN
FOB GRAIN OF AX.L KINDS.
sep4tf
■MJHiIJI 'l. ,HIIU»Ig.-T~,w T*** "T J il iITV flfll'
PBOVESES.
"Tho Rich st ll Sweetest Breath B
end Fairest S . t i i i 1 • t > Di. tf :s " 1
"Ali:t!e 11 p i.i" saves big doctor gj
bills nnd lonj; i-icl.nesV' £
"Tint invalid vif -, mother, pister or g
cliiKl c in be m uli: the picture of health £
widi Hop Bitters."
" \Vh"u worn d >wn and ready to t.ike
3 - our lied, Hop j i what yon need."
" Don't physicerid j r sic, for it weak
ens n:id d sUi'.s. but 1 .ico llop Lutters,
that build up Curi'iau-iily."
" Physicians <■ t' a'l Bchools u.-o and
rceo'iimend i lop To*t th?m."
iv;ilth is b :iufyfe:i 1 joy—Hop Bitters
gives health a:id b rtu' j "
" There are luoro euros made with llop
Bitters than all other medicines." :
'• When the brain is wearied, the nerves
unstrung, the m sclts weak, use llop
Bitters."
"That low, nervous f v r, want of sleep
and weakness, call.* far Hop Bitters." (
Hop Cough Curo and Pain Relief Is
Pleasant, Sure and Cheap.
For salo by all druggi.:s.
Union Woolen Mills.
I would (lesirp to cn.ll the attention of the
public to the Union Woolen Mill, Cutler, Pa., i
where I have new and improved machinery for
the manufacture of
Barrc-d and Gray Flannels,
Knitting and Weaving Yarns, „
and I cin recommend them an being very dnra- s
ble, ae they are manufactured of pure Butler
oounty wool. They aie beautiful iu color, sun
perior in texture, and will be sold at very low
prices. For samples aud prices, address.
fa. FULLKU I ON,
|u124."7«-ly) Butler, P*
(Joed Homes in Central Missouri \
Rati be obtained on the best terms, through the c
Uallawav County IN.U.!nratiou Society.
For lull particulars address the President, t
WM. H. THO)IA,S, f
octls-3*n Fulton, Me. 1
AS IT ALWAYS HAS BEEN
SO IT STILL r 7v'AINS !
The Largest and Best i i Western Penn'a !
WITH NO REOOQNiZKi) RIVAL!
An INSPECTION OF OUR jck, AND A. COMPARISON
WITH OUR Priced wn.r, i'Kovr. hat WE HAVE
KAUfI NFS
CHEAPEN DMHR
83, 85 siid ©7 h3dd St.
FOR MEN'S, BOYS' AN"I) CHILDREN'S
CLOT ■ * 1 JNCJ
We mention a few of t'ie tn .v La - ;i: > i contain*.
METST'H D A TV r MENT.
AT $4.37 QS.G2
Cents' Heavy All Wcolf C v: / Fine Worsted j
Cassimere Suits, \ Suits, Perfect Fitting, j
Durable. A 7 $4.37. siyliJU.jstosain.AT $3.62. A bargain. |
Men's Iron Suite. . . '>. 25 • I C.tstcr Suite, . . fS 87
Men's Union Cassimere Suits, . . 1! • > *ed Cheviot Suits, . 978
Men's Scotch Cheviot Suits. . . "ri.ot Snit*, . . . 11 Ofl
Men's All Wool Diagonal Suits, . . 0 7."> • 21- ■ Cloth Dress" Suits, . . 13 59
CaTEach cepaitment superblp stocked v.tli s ;y'„.- ■ i ■ j of our own design and selection.
?
i Men's Extra Heavy ■ )Kzr i's Fine Chinchilla
OVERCOATS, | OVERCOATS,
51.85. S 53.75.
Bojs' a:u! 4 hi!slr< «* . > i'parfment.
Roys' School Suits ii 90 (' .• .. ' U'ouse Suits. . . . $1 II
Bovs' Union Cassimere Suits, • . 2 C 1 n" , Worsted Siits, . . .2 7#
Boys' Scotch Cheviqt SuiU, . • . :i t'<2 ('. t . I'ricot Suits, . . it 2S
Boys' Fine Dress Suits, . . . 4 uO Children's Fine Drees Suite, . . 4 IS
Our Assortment Always tits Largest!
Cur Styles Always the Newest I
Our Makes Always the Best!
Cur Guarantee Always Reliable!
OUR MERCHANT DEPARTMENT
is newly stocked with Cwiaierc-p. Cheviot.;, Worstr : s, which we make to order at extremely
lew prices. Pants to o;Uer, 43.25. S;. - to order. £18.50.
Our Hat and Gents' Furnishing Departments
contain the latebt novelties, ail a;aru» 1 extremely low.
C9-Ask for goods advertised, as we allow no ir.Nrt ivrpi-nt.-.tian* to b6 made.
BE SORE lIT IS
K: .A. CT :BVM: A. :N N" ' S
Cheapest Corner, 83, 85 and 37 rith field St., Pittsburgh,
COK. DIASZO\£> HTREET.
**T-" M"«» 3S WJ BCMUI'KBBK.««.
WHO 18 UrJACOUAIMTSD VYIT'I Ti;2 CHGC" .7. . OF TKX COUNTRY, WILL 6SE
■J EXAMi HT THE
CHICAGO, ROM " PACIFIC R.
IS THE GREAT COSSECTIXN LOK BET'VEriZi THE EAST ASD TIIE WEST!
Its main line runs from Oht-ajrotoConncll Blurs I '< >KIM-: SALOON where yon can enjoy your
n-i.l Omaha. passing thronxh .toilet, (htr a. i.a | -j ; .a 'el all bonrj of tlied.lT.
Snlle. Gcneseo. Mollnc. Itock felin-!. Daren" ort. Marni' ."it Iron Brldsres span the Mls'lssl;" I
West Liberty. lowa City. Msrensro. Br klyn. rr;.l .V i rir.-rs at all points crossed by t
Grinnell ami Des Moines. (the capital of »<•*-!• I •.... jt.i-i :• .sfers are avoided at Council Bin. ..
with branches from Bureau Junction to Peoria : I >• and Atrhieon eonnecttons b"iir<
Wilton Junction to Muscatine. V.'p«hlaiK :i, Fair- i iti ■ n depots
Held. Kldon. Holkuap. Ccntreville. I'rinceton. •] ,;■ p,;i sell*Al. it k cONXHTIOM!
Trenton. Callntin. Csraerun. and \ill-; GiiLAT TII ROUGH I.IXB AUB AH Ft)l.-
At<'tin>on : Washington to hlßoiimey. <!<•< . i i..
and KnoxvlMe; Keol-.iik to Farcnlnaton. I! ■'..11- ai r\r.u, with all dlverclnß lines forthe i:rst
parte. IlentonsiMirt, Independent, Eldon. Otium- u :/ : : 'itii
wa. Eddyvllie. Oskaloosa, Pella. Monr<;e r.-.d !'• t \-, . fwxii). with the Lake Shore k Mlclii-
Molnes: l)es Moines U> Indlanola and Wlrt.-rscf; ar.J I'lttsbnrtt, Wayne ft Chicago
Atlanttct > Audnbon. and Av<-»ca to llsrluii. Tins ii
is positively the r.niy lir.ilrosd. which owns, con- /. t n : ;, ; ton Hkic.HTS. with Plttfburg. Cln
trn!s and operates n thruunh line betr.-een Chlcaso c. -i l.onl* r H
and K a nr.is. ..... A t t M.I.F. T uh Illinois Central 11. R.
'J'his ( omiinny own nnd control their SI oplni; I with P P. A J.: P.. L. ft D.; 1. B. 4
Cam. which aro Inferior to none, and «ive you a wlll . 1-iMd: and T.. P. ft W. Railroads.
<lo;thlo berth between « hlcaso and <<mi:c I l.!ufr», ,\tr ; . I-l A:.d. with Western Union ti. It and
l.oavenworth, or Atchison for Iwo Dollar* nml i: Isln idft Peoria Railroad
Fifty Cents, and a section for Five l> .Her . wliHe At I\ . i.M-OUT, with tho Davenport ft North
nil ollirr lines vharpo between the same points \Y«"t »ru It. It.
Three Dollars forn double berth. *nd Six Dollars / t VVr*T Libkrtt. with the BurlingMe, Cedar
It-rn section. Har .V Northern It. R.
What v. ill pleas'* y<»u most wi.l bo the pleasure ,\ t ciuxncix. with Central It. ft of lowa,
of enJoTtiiif your nieals. while Dinting over tho ,\t Ui.s .Moi.nrs. with I). M. A Tt. Dodeeß. It.
beautiful prairies of Ilfnois and lowa, In one of ,\i Cor. 'iL BLI'PK.s, with Union Pacific It. K.
ourinnimlUeent Dintnv and Itfstaurnnt Cars that At OMAHA, with 11 A Mo. It. It. It. (In Neb.)
accompany all Throuirh Kxpress Trains. Vwi rs JrNCTio*, with Burllnffton.Cedar
an entire meal, r.s k'<m»<i a:* is served In any ilrst- j.'n.t Northern It. It.
class hotel, lor seventr-flvo cents ; «-r > i can At OTTI'MU A, with Central K. It. of Iowa: St,
or»!cr what you like, and pay for what you j:ot. Ll) , ; Kan. City ft Northern nn«lC.. B. AO.lt.Rds.
Appreciating tho fnrt that a majority of the peo- V. Klo:ci*k. with Toledo. Peoria and Wirraw;
pie prefer soruirato apartments f«-r dLTer; r;t Wab '••<! St. l,ouls. Keokuk A N.-W. K. Kds.
pones (and trie enonuous passenger busin .» - r \t I :;ly. with Kan. City. St. J. A C. B. It. IL
this line wnrmnt n* it >. vre aro plei£sed i • n:i- At .' with Atchison, Topelca & Pantn
nounce thst thi- ("omnany runs its PA! \c v ; i ; ,\ !u n jt Neb. aud Cen. Br. L'nlon PaclL's
?s|iEKrl\(i CAItS for purposes, and Us | it.'!
PA LACK DININtJ CARS for pur?»« •.-•••«. j A* l.::.\VE.\".voHTn, with K. P. and K. Cen.
One other great feature of our Palace Cur. ia a! It. 1M
t*ALAf'E CAItS are run tTirotsarh to HEOU3A.DS3 WOIXES, COUNCII.
ATrniO:)S and LEAVEXV/OKI'U
Tlc!:c!s v\:\ Ih!-* Line, kno*.t n :v. the ••Or;*at Rock iNland Route," are lelil by
til Tie!ict Agents ITI the United fit.:!'*s act! t'u-i. tl.».
Tor Information not obtalaablc at your Louie ticket office, address,
i* KIMISALL, IZ. HT. JOHN.
Chicago. 111.
RYCKF.IAN, DAY & CO..
LAKE SHOBE
BROCTCN, N. Y.,
MANUFACTUKEUB OF
Par© SativeWiucs.l
Still and SparkliDg Win?,
AM)
'
Brandies from Native Grcpcs
Our wines are put up in choice |-nckact-. mid |
arc etwranlwd lu be strudard nnil Live ■
satisfaction.
«. ETZEL, Ag<>nf.
ap2-ly KCTLEU. IV j
Real Estate Agency.
W. 8. BOYD SUM opened a ft a! K-i r •<« ■>.-
iu tl:c Voi;eley House, Butler, I'a .» t i nil |
descriptions of Farms, Houses, Lot:-, W. ui |
Lands, and hcHvy Timbir l.air's in I!
county, Pa., are lor sale. Any | • r-on
to huy will please rail and examine I -
ter of propeitlea. Best kin lul sir'.:i , < i.
su!e. Bonds, Mortijaires mi IV al EeUle.
loauid uu first class mortgages. |-ciU 3ui
THE GREAT CAUSE
| ' ,'v OF
i f aumm mmm.
1 . / ■'•■,! in a Sealed envelope, rrire C ctt.
A ! ': E i-N 1111? NATI'HB, TnBATMr.HT,
\ ■ ! . i ,i. eniv of Seminal Weakness, or
induced by Cclf-Abuse, Itivol
o\ 1' i 1.-.i-ions, Impotcncy, Nervous D»-
t 1 ' •»•..; t pcdlii'pnta to Marriijje generally;
j< ' tit.- ''ion, Ks-i! -t.sv, and Fits: Menial -.nd
I':: . Im ip.icily. itc. —By KOBEItT J. CULc
I \ !>'U .1.. M. 1)., author of the "(ii««a
I T, v. •1! r.-nowued author. In this admirable
1 i, e ! ulv proves from bis own experkne*
•: . til < n: i qucmes of Self-Abuse in»y
»> v n tnoved without medicine, and
v i i.: ,n ; -rous surgical operations, liottcfe*,
i• r-1::i i I-, linsrs. or cordials; polnlin? (>ul a
I ' iii• a! once certain and effectual, by
M ii ev- n sullcrer, no matter what his condl
:i :i i In-, u>ay cure himself cheaply, prl
iv.-i:< l> i.iid null ally.
t'"/ //'< hi tare trill prore a boon to thoutand*
an "srinrlt,
■ u -ilt r seal, iu a plain envelope, to any
; i ' ; ipnirt, on receipt of six cents or two
I po*t ni; s.
A il ,• PnNif hcr*,
t'alveiarll Medical Co,,
N M , NEW VOIIK, P. O. Box 4589.
>. • is.Je in S7 avs. 70 p«gc ca'al.. -u®
t > v , / BUCKEYE NOVELIY CO.,
[US-3M] OINOIMIATI, OIUDR

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