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MR J. H. BATES, Newspaper Advertising
A K eut. 41 P*rk Itow (Time* Building), New York, i* authorised to contract for advertise ments in the CITIZEN. THIS PAPER r^STc'X New Advertisements To-Day. State Normal School. Blairsville Ladies Seminary. Schreiber House, Butler, Pa. Dentistry-Dr. W. H. Perrv. Fairview Township School Report. Education—Western university of Penna. Executor's Notice, estate of Robt. Thompson, deceased. ___ Local and General. —Clean the gutters. —Vennor's frost is due this week. Nixon's Home, August 12 and 13. St. Swithin is not the patron saint ol picnickers. _A "Tanner cocktail" is made of one gill ol water and a chunk of Ice. —The secret oi perfect health is invariably found by those who take "Sellers' Liver Pills. The Indian name for Dr. Tanner is "Young man-afrald-ol hi# dinner." —lt is doing more to relieve the sufferings of womeD, than au> other remedy ever did do or ever can do, Days Kidney Pad. LADIES' Solid Gold Watches at sls and upwards, at E. Grieb's. —About fifty car loads of tobacco pass through Pittsburgh daily. Young persons wishing to succeed as teach ers thould attend the State Normal School. For circulars, address J. A. Cooper, Edinboro, Pa The bodies in the Hudson river tunnel have not yet been reached. A SOLID Silver Case and a Genuine American Movement as low as $lO, at E. GBIEB'S. Mexican and American soldiers are hunting Chief Victoria and his band. —The visible supply of petroleum is the largest known in the history ol the trade. SPECIALTIES in woolens at William Aland's Merchant Tailoring establishment not to be had elsewhere in the county. The American Bankers' Associa tion is to be in session in Saratoga, Angust 11 th, 12th and 13th. THE largest and beststockof Clothes Wringers in the conntv, can be foond at J. G. & W. CAMPBKLI., Butler, Pa. The Sabbath School Convention of the Btate of Pennsylvania will be held at Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 12 and 14, 1880. WILLIAM ALAND, Merchant Tailor, has just opened the largest line of woolens for men and boys wear ever offered in Butler. ton county $25 for killing five squirrels out of season, the game law is enforced there. —Sleepless nights and cheerless days will be prevented If you use Dr. Wall's Baby Byrup to induce sleep and composure for the baby. Price 25 cents. Brooklyn is now at the mercy of Ihc devil. Beecher aud Talmage are both ofl oil a vacation. THE Buckeye mower and reaper and Buckeye fore.; feed grain drill, are sold by J. G. 4 WT CAMPBELL, Butler, Pa. A New York doctor offers to cure "nnnatur.il redness of the nose." lliat doctor ought to be overrun with business. —Boils, pimples on the face, salt rheum, old sores, and all cutaneous eruptions disappear like magic when 'Dr. Llndtey's Blood Bearchcr' is used. A mud turtle bearing the inscrip tion, -'Adam—Year 1," has beet: picked up at Bellevuc. How it ever got across the ocean is a mystery. FOB Corn implements of every va riety, go to J. G. & W. CAMPBELL, Butler, Pa. —The wool clip of this year, says the "Uulted Slates Ecjnoinist," will not ex ceed 285,000,000 pounds. The first private telephone in this town ha« been established by Mr. Klingler, be tween bis store room and mill. —When yon are troubled with lack of ambi tion or general feeling of lassitude and despon dency—there is nothing like Gray's Specific Medicine to tone up your system. —The law enjoining farmers to ex tirpate Canada thistles is being rigidly Inforced iu the northern part of the State. —Fred. Bowers, of Summit town . ship, lately bought a $41)5 Geiser thrashing ma chine from Jackson & Mitchell. —Mr. Joseph Reed, one of the pro prietors of the Pittsburgh Gazette is on a visit to his folks here. —The West Penn depot, on Federal street, gradually approaches completion, and will be ready for use in two or three weeks. —Mud baths are said to cure rheu matism. Most of the promiucut political can didates will be cured before the year is over. —Women that have been bedridden for years have been entirely cured of female weakness by the use of Lydia E Plokham's Vegetable Com pound. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkham, 2.18 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. —lt is estimated that the daily average of wild berries shipped from the Lack awanna valley Just now is about three thousand quarts. —A letter from Silver Cliff, Colora do yesterdsy had good usws in it for the Peun Gold A Silver Mining Co., most of the member? of which are citizen* of this town. Nearly four hundred different students were in attendance at the Pine Grove Normal Acade uiv dining the past year. A still larger number Is expected the coming year. Address the Prin cipal for catalogue*. Full term will open Tues day, August 10th, 1880. —"Say, Bob, wat's 'e selliu'," said one gam in to another during a political speech lately. "Kn ain't selliu' noilnu';" was the answer, "he's given' us taffey. —The total cost of the war of the rebellion has been figured np at the Treasury Department at $6,184,929,905, ot which about $3,*00,000,000 was borrowed money, which the country has since partially paid off, reducing the debt to «t.»19,000,000. —Visitors returned from abroad, as well as recent immigrants, will find Ayer's Sarsaparllla helpful in avoiding the hardships of acclimatiou and in removing the boils, pimples aud erup tions consequent upon sea diet. Its blood cleansing qualities remedy such troubles promptly. —The Prospect Leader of this county, has been revived and atain comes to u-i inucli improved. Wc wish our young friends conducting it all success possible. Emlenton is the point where four counties join ; Venango, Clarion, Butler and Armstrong. A large rock in the river opposite the railroad bridge Is the point where they converge. —Dr. Tanner has taken to hot wa ter, but continues to bother the doctors by dis proving many of their theories. So far the won derful flutter has missed thiity breakfasts, din ners aud suppers. —The census enumerator of Natural Bridge district, Va , iu his rounds came across the following name. Sallie Martha Brown Washington King Green Violet Ada Moore Thompson, the only daughter of an aged colored man. —We have lately been sending bills to ail persons owing us for small advertise ments inserted in the columns of the CITIZEN. Some of these accounts are several years old, aud as we now need the pay for them, we hope they will receive prompt attention. —Concerning the Tea Problem, Gen. Le Due writes, "I ean safely write and announce that it is a full success, </uW erat ilrmoiislrandum. Tea made from American grown leaf, submitted to the best judges in New York and London, passes muster with the highest-price India teas." —Despondency, If allowed unchecked, will often produce a morbid condition, so thut the least unsatisfactory atlair that happens will swell Into territjfng proportions. The iniud being warpci otlen impurts torpidity to the body, all of which more frequently Is the eflect of inaction ol the liver than from anj - other cause, and by lesortlng to Simmons' Liver Reg ulator the mind will clien find relict with the Itocly. —Ar, English traveller who came over about the Ist of May was knocked down by a hack before he wa- twenty feet from the ship, ami ha. 1 ; been confined in the eye infir mary every since. He has just dictated his second volume of "What I Saw in America. A marked example of the frail and fluctuating nature of a popularity that is not founded in purity and nobiiity may be seen in the present status of Dennis Kearney, who is beginning to be understood by the more intel liiT'-nt working-people of San Francisco and other places. —Mr. William M. Thompson, Jr., of Barnhnrt's Mills, has patented an improve 1 piston packing, which consists in wrapping the packing rope of a piston on a taper f r om the midd'e toward each end, so that it may be more readily inserted in the ftarrel and drawu out without catching on the tube joints. There is only one member of the Cabinet now in Washington- That fai'htul son of Pennsylvania, Secretary ltamscy. sticks to his desk in the War Officr-. He has two ele phants on his hands—Payne, the free-booting incursionnt, who wants to drive ttie Indians out of the Indian Territory, and \\ hittaker, the mal adroit mahogany cadet, whose car-slitting ex ploit has made him famous. The discussion anions the leading sugar refiners, looking lo the placing ot the re fining business in the hands of an executive committee to put a stop to over-production, brings out the fact that there arc in tiie United States nineteen refineries in active operation, with a rapacity of about 7,600,000 pounds daily while the daily consumption does not exceed three-fourths of this quantity. They Work Together. When your system gets out of tune and you feel completely playpd out, it is pretty certain that you need a medicine to act on both the Kidneys and liver for these important organs woik together in Ireeing the system of its waste and keeping up the lone. Then lake Kidney- Wort, lor this is just what it dots, for it is both diuretic and cathartic. —The $2,T01,000, deed of H. .L Taylcr <M Co., to the Union Oil Co , that was recorded in our Register & Recorder's office a few days ago, occupies but IS pages on the docket. The deed calls for property and leases in Fairview, Donegal, Oakland, Purker, Con cord, Allegheny, Venango, Mercer, Chirry and several other townships. Dropsy and Rheumatism. Dropsical and Rheumatic persons flud the use ol Speer's Port Grape Wine, of New Jersey aud the Wine Bitters, of incalculable benefit. Their purity and valuable properties have given them a wide reputation among physicians throughout this country and Europe. This wiue took the highest premium at the late Cen tennial. It is excellent for weary and debili tated females. For sale by D. H. WuLl.Eit. SAXONBURG, June 2G, 1880. This is to certify that my claim in the Kittanninjy Insurance Company, for loss by fire June 20, 1880, has been liberally "adjusted and promptly paid. (Signed) J. H. KING, GEO. W. SHAFFER, Agent, Butler, Pa. Mr. Elsie Anderson, got back from his trip west, a few days His broth er John who accompanied him remained at Denver, where they have friends. Elsie snys that the drought still continues in western Kansas, Nebraska and eastern Colorado, and thousands of cattle, sheep and other stock are dvlntr, for want of water and nutriment. The prairies there are sunburnt till not a vestagc ol vegetation remains on the surface, and the stockmen are driving their stock eastward. —The Pennsylvania State College is fortunate iu having secured lor its uew President Joseph Sbortlidge, A. M., a native of Chester Co., Pa., and lor over 20 years a successful tear her, most ly as Principal of Academic Institutions. He comes to the College from Maplewood Institute Delaware Co., Pa., and takes cbargtj at Oice. The people of Pennsylvania should send iheir sons and daughters lo this College, where they can be as well educated as in the more expen sive colleges ol the E:ist. Fall session opens August 27th. Tuitlcn free. Send for catalogue to BUBINESS MANAGER, State College, Cen tre Co, Pa KeglNtet's JVolicc. The Register hereby gives notice thai ae r counts of Executors, Administrators or Guar dians for presentation at the September Ttrin, must be filed in the Registers office on or bc foie the Oih day of August, *\. D. IBSO. JUIY2S-2T H, 11. GALLAGHER, REG'R. .—LOTTERY MAIL MATTER. —In an swer to a fiiend writing from Ean Claire, this county, we have to say. that wo believe the Pos!office Department lias prohibited tin pas sage through the mails of Lottery mall mitier. There is no law in Pennsylvania for the lotto:y business, but the same is prohibited in this State. Whether there is any National law on the subject, or what the General Past office rules may be, we have no means of ascertaining. NJ lottery is honest in our opinion. SALS! SALT! SALT! Arriving this week O.ie Hundred Barrels Salt; will sell Extra No. 1. in new Packages Full Weight, 280 ponnls, at f1.20 per barrel. G. WILSON MILLER k HRO. —Considering that the entire Tem perance vote in the United States for President four years ago was only 9,022 out of a total of 4,284,757, the prospects for the election of General Ncal Dow, who lias just accepted the nomination of the National Prohibitory party for the Presidency, do not -seem strikingly encouraging. In his letter of acceptance lien. Dow characterizes the objects of the Prohibi tionists as "of supreme importance to the in terest of the nation and the people." SKF. a woman in another column, near Speer's Vineyards with a bnnch of grapes from which Speer's Port Grape wine is made, that is so highly esteemed l>v the medical profession for the use of invalids, weakly persons and the aged.—Sold by all Druggists. 28aplv —The successful transfer from Alex andria, in Egypt, to New York of the famous monolith known as Cleopatra's Needle is a creditable achievement of engineering skill. The New Yorkers are in ecslacies over this lattest addition to the many wonders of that city. The possession of this ancient obelisk will soon be supplemented by the ereotiont of a colossal statuteof Liberty. While the one will cause the mind of the beholder to revert to the remote, almost prehistoric, past, the other will lie a prophetic emblem of the future. Harvest Home! There will be a Harvest Home at John Wolford's Grove, one-half mile south of Pros pect, on the 10th, 11th and 12th of August, 1880. All are cordially invited to attend. —Tanner, the champion faster claims to have a cast-iron stomach. lie ---lys that he wss born and brought up at Tuubridge Wells, Englaud, where he drink ol the chaly beate waters to such an excess that the inner coat of his stomach become permanently coated with the iron with which the water was Im pregnated. And now the unfeeling srlentists want him to die so that they can di>scct hiui and find out If this lie indeed thus. One of the physicians who attend him proposes to put a sort of widow iu the walls of Tanner's stomach so that they can look in and see what Is going on there. The faster thinks lie li:is panes enough in his stomach now. —J. J. Thomas says: "In riding through so prosperous a country as some of the best counties of New York, one may sit once select the school-houses by the entirely neg lected surroundings and the bleak walls, un shaded by a single tree. In one instance a dis. trict school-house was seen in a dilapidated condition, its original cost not amounting to S9OO, while two brick barns were in view, each evidently costing $.1,000 or $6,000. This con tract indicated the relative estimation of the farmers of their horses and their children." The same can be said of some of the "best counties" of Pennsylvania. Indian l>cpre«latloiiH. The fair reader shudders when she thinks of the settler's wife watching, from the door of her rude hut, the retreating form of her liusb&irl go ing ont to his daily labor—going out perhaps to retnru not again, for before nightfall a savage hand may have laid him low among tlio prairie grasses. Or it may be a child, a Lriglit-eyed daughter, is snatched away in an unguarded mo ment, to grace the next war dance. When we read the heart-rending details of these savage depredation*, we are apt to blamo the govern ment for not taking moro strict precautions to insure the settler's protection. But we daily read of the depredations of that arcli-liend. con sumption, with scarcely a thought of the terri ble inroads it is making iu human life. Tons of tbouLands of homes are annually desolated Ly consumption to one of Indian outiage. Like the Tndian, consumption oftenest come stealthy, and no danger is apprehended until tho victim stid- j denlv finds himself hopelessly ensnared, aud death's fatal arrow ends the scene. Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Ditcovery, a powerful alteruv tive. or blood purifier, and tonic, his restored thousands of consumptives who had tried every other remedy recommended to thorn, without obtaining any relief, and are willing to testify to ita remedial powers. lUtttU* Ciiiauw: llttfcle-tr, flu., Jttlw —An "afflicted Spinster," of N<".\ York wants the crusade tin-re eat to tit followed by en - against bab e'. I t ere i- n< doubt but thai a t-ingle baby that is proud o: | Its voice can in.ike more disturbance than am half dozen cats, for cats howl ouly at nulit while iu a well settled neighborhood the voice of the baby may be btard 'rithotit ee.isin<r. A vigorous bootjack or a char lie of bird shot iniy persuade a conclave of cats to seek tlia« seclu sion that some other place grints, but babies are too stuj id to take such hiuts, and their possessors arc so insanely unreasonable that if any we ! aii.ed projectile were to rid the world of a crying baby some one would be sure to make a fuss about it. —The four largest cities in the United states, New York, Philadelphia, Brook lyn, >'nil Chicago, have a total population of 3,113,6«4. In IS7O their population was 2,311,- ::;»0 They have, therefore, increased ah. lit a third in the ten years. If they k e|» up this rate of growth ten years longer, their total pop ulation in ISSO will be over lour millions, or an average of a million each. Yet now the population of these four cities, ol whose growth we are so proud, taken together; falls short of the population of London alone. Even if wc added St. Louis, wc should not make np so many people as London contains. It we put in Washington IIISJ, we get an aggreate popu lation about equal to that of London. —We neglected la.-t week to call the attention of our readers to the cards of 11. L. Taylor ife Co , and tLe Drrscy Bros, it Hoyt. The former have sold their interest in th«s Sut ler County Bank and its business to the latter. The present depositors ot the Bank will lie paid upon demand at the Bank, in Millerstown, un til August 1, 1880, and ou and after that date all unpaid deposits will be placed to the credit of the depositois iu the Argyle Savings Bank at Petrols.i. Mr. H. J. Hoyt, who has so long been identified with the Bank, will continue as its Cashier, aud the new firm have associated with themselves in tire business, Messrs. A. H.Simp son, Joseph Uartman and Owen Brady. They are ill well known as honest men and geutle men of good financial standing. —A pitiful story" that comes from Massachusetts illustrates a phase of poverty that is far harder to endure than hunger an 1 cold, yet is seldom thought of by the benevo lent. A mother carried the body of her dead child from one town to that in which others of her offspring had been buried, but not having money enough to pay the expenses of inter ment the remains lay at a railway station for more than a day. When, finally, arrangments for the burial had in some way lieen made, the woman was penniless, so the sole mourner placed the little cofiin on her shoulder and started alone to bear it to its resting place. Fortunately a kind hearted hack driver, seeing the wretched mother's predicament, came to her relief and enabled her to make her sad journey with comfort at least ; but the terror, the hopelessness,-the sense of desolation that the poor creature must have suffered are be yond imagination. —The Premium List of the Agri cultural Fair to be held here this fall, appears for the second time in our columns this week. A perusal of it will convince our farmers, g«rd ners, slock and poultry raisers, manufacturers, mechanics and others who will have articles to exhibit, that the premiums are liberal besides the advertising opportunity afforded. These premiums will be paid on the grounds during the last day of the fair, and exhibitors can take their premiums and their exhibits home with them. Exhibitors are admitted free and every body is invited to compete. This is to be one of our old-style Agricultural fairs devoted to our domestic interest alone, the list of the offi cers which appears at tiie head of the Premium List is a guarantee of this, but of course it will not bp a success unless those who should take an interest in it, and that is everybody in the oounty, t|<> so. Kyery body iu the county should try to have something to take t'J the fair. —Reports from K astern Europe in dicate an activity in warlike preparation not reassuring to those who hope for peace iu that part of the world. Officers of the German stair have obtained leave to enter the service of the Stjltan for the purpose of "reorganizing his army," and Turkish troops are under or ders to proceed to the disputed region in forou decidedly beyond what is necessary for ordi nary occasions in that country. None of the Sultan's great neighbors can be depended upon to prevent this attitude of preparation from going to its natural end in the precipitation of hostilities. Russia and Austria simply neu tralize one another; Germany stands aside for fear of Frauoc, J'nince does the same with Germany in her eye, and England is unwilling to do alone what she regards as the duty of all Europe, liut though the jealousies of the Powers enable the Turk to defy for a while the decision reached at Berlin, war, if he should force it, cannot last many days without inter vention. —ARREST OF A CIRCUS COMPANY. ■-The ci.tire force attached to Boyd A I'eietV circus, to the uumbOF of sixly-tcic, wpic ar reted at Leesbu'v, P.i., last Wednesday on the charge of rape, preferred by the father ol Salomi Burkctt, the little girl alleged to have been abducted and outraged by them. The piisoncrs were kept under gu ird at the lair grounds all night, aud last Thursday 22 were taken to lircensbur/. Upon their arrival at that place they were greeted with jeers and fusses by tlie sevjral hundred people congre gated lo meet thetn, and (or a time it was feared violence would be done the prisoners, so intense was the feeling against them. Order was at least restored, however, and the com pany weie formed in double lite and marched to the Court House, where a private hearing was accorded them, aud iu default ol bail they were committed for a further bearing. The prisoners aro a motley crowd, in all kinds ol costumes, gonie bait-footed, and among them arc many who arc mere boys. The Sheriff petitioned the Court for additional watchmen lo gu ird the jail, which w is giant-.-J. Abstract from I'eiiiiwj Ivania Gii:nc LawN. GAME.—No petson shall kill or pursue any wild deer, save only bit ween Ist ol () tob. rand With of DecclulKr of any year, under penalty ot SSO. No person shall, at any time, kill any fawn when in its spotted coal, or have the fresh skin of such lawn in possession, under penalty ol #SO. Dogs pursuing d& ror funis may lie killed by any person, and the owner ol such dog shall be liable to a pen dty ol ?lli lor each deer killed by such dog, except in Centre, t'li. ton, Fayette, Lycoming, Lnzeri c, Schuylkill, Union aud Wy oming counties. No person shall 1:11, or have in possession -li ter being killed, any grey, hhick or fox squirrel, between Jm. Ist aud S- pt. M, penalty #5 lor each *qulrre'. Hare or rabbit, bet ween Jan. Ist and Oct. 1 "ith, penally $5 lor ouch rabbit. Wild turkey, between Jan. Ist and Oct. l'tih, penally #lO lor eaeli tnikev. Upland or grass plover, b?t ween Jan. Ist and July 15th, penalty *lO lor cacl: plover. Woodcock, between Jan. Ist and July 4th, penally $lO for e-u-li woodcock. Quail or partridge, between Jan. Island Oct. 15th, penalty 510 lor en h q.tail. Untied grouse or phe.vsant, between Jan. Ist and Oct. Ist, pen i'ty $lO for each pheasant. (£3T Farmers are flowed to shoot at any time, on their own grounds, squirrels or rabbits when destructive to crops No per-on sli ill at any time kill or take any wild turkey, grouse or pheasant, quail or part ridge, oi woodcock, by means oi any blind, trap, snare, net or device whatever, under i en alty of #lO for each biid. No person sli tii hunt, or permit the hunting of bares or rabbit with ferrets, under penalty ol #lO for each rabbit cau, lit or killed by such means. It is illegal to ki I. trap, or cxptse for sale, or have in possession alter Ijehig kille I, any night hawk, v.t ipporwlll, *p ll row, thrush, 1 itk, finch, mailin, swallow, wo nl. eeker, llieker, robin, oriole, red bird, ce ar bird, cat bitd, ' IU" bird, tanager, or any other lurcelivcrous bird,'under penalty of $5 ior etch btrJ. No person shail rob or ileMr y the eggs or uests ol any wild bir.ls whatsoever (only preda tory birds, such is destructive of game, or insectivorous birds), under penalty of $lO No person s. ail e.tch, kid or disturb wild j igeoiis while on nesting grouuds, under pen alty of i'-iO. FISH.—It is i. .de illegal to cut-h speckled trout, save only by icd, h.iok a:.d line, at any time, or to pl ic- a-ty st linos or set nets tier >ss any stream inhabited by them, under penalty of #«5. No person shall kilt, sell, or have iu posses si JII alter being killed, any salmon or speckled trout, save only from Ist of April to Ist of Au gust, under penalty of #lO for each lisli. No pe sou shall eaten or k'.li, save only with rod, hook and line, out line, or scroll, at any time, and no per.-on shall citch or sell, or have in possession after bei.ig killed, any bass, pike, pickerel, or SuMpicl.mna salmon, between Ist of January and lsl of June, under penalty of $lO lor each lish. No person sVtll kill or catch lisli by placing any torpedo, giant powder, nitro glycerine, or other explosive suh-tanee in any of the streams of this Common wealth, under penalty of No person shall catch or destroy Ihb bv shut ting oil o- drawing off any of the waters of the State, or by dragging small net or seines there in, when the waters are wholly or partly shut oir. uuder penalty ol SSO. No person shail place any set net, lish basket, pond net, gill net. eel well, kiddie, brush or f t cine net, in any of the waters of this Stale, uu der a penalty of for each otlen e. The uso of seines, the meshes or open spaces of which are lets than three Inches, are | inhib ited in all the inland waters ot this State luliub ,v ! itcd by black bass or sjitekled trout, under a penalty of ~ It shall not be lawful, at any time, t > cat h il ; lisli by means of a seine or grilles iu any f th* ' v ' waters ot this State, under a peualty of f-'5. Ho! For Camp Meeting! \ From the circular of the ''Third Annual Camp y ! Meeting for the conversion of sinners and pro i. motion of holiness, held under the auspices of . 3 I the lintler Gamp Meeting A-soeiat ion, comraenc r ing Thursday. August 1 nth. I*lo, closing Mon if day evening, August 30th. IHSO, with and old j fashioned march around the encampment, 'we a take the following : 1/ (CATION. Butler is located fifty miles north of Pitts -3 burgh, is the terminus of the Butler Branch of thi- West Peun It. R. and has a population of f i 3.1C1. The Camp Sleeting wiii be held in a . i beautiful grove three miles west of Bntlcr. which ■ t i has been purcqaeed with the intention of niak s ing it a permnieut encampment. A taheinacle . j is erected in the centre of the grove, also a good r boarding hall with sleeping accommodations ai d refreshment stands attached. An abundance of j good water on the grounds. HACKS AXD BAGGAGE. ' There will be hacks at tho depot to convey » passengers and baggage to the grouuds. BOARDING AND SUXPLNG. There is a two-story boarding and sleeping hall on the ground, under direction of Board of Trustees, where all u.ay bo accommodated at the : following prices: • Single Meal. - - - - - - $ 35 • Boarding by day. ----- 1 00 " Boirding by week with Lodging. - 50 ) j Boarding by week without Lodging, - 400 SPECIAL AItRANGOIEST FOB F-IMII.IEB. Groceries and provisions, fresh meat and veg etables can be purchased on the grounds Pe:- sins can apply for boarding to Cyrus Harper, Zelienople, or J. P. McKee. Butler, i HOUSE FEED. *O. Feeding and taking care of horses. Ac., will be in charge of Air. Levi Mnler, at 25 cts a feed. TESTS. There will be a number of extra fine canvass tents on the ground for rent at ¥t>.oo during the j meeting. Those wishing them should apply to J. P. McKee by August 5. All persons wishing lots to erect tents on should apply to same. A Post Office will bo on the ground for the convenience of all persons attending the en campment. REVENUES. The Trustees have purchased the grounds and expended considerable money on tlietu so as to roako the encampment pleasant for all who may come to worship. In case of rain all may find shelter and not be compelled to leave the' ground. To meet this expense, the Trustees propose to ask a small fee from all who may at tend the meeting, and after the grounds are clear of debt to make it free for ad. Single Admission, - - - - $ 10 Gne ticket, Good During Meeting - - 50 Family ticket for those Camping on ground 1 00 One-horse conveyance one admission - 5 Ticket good during meeting - - 25 Two-horso conveyance ono admission - 10 T.cket good during meeting - 50 INVITATION. A cordial invitation is extended to all to come and unite with us in litis Feast of Tabernacles, enjoying for eleven days the balmy breenes of this, one of nature's lovely tabernacles. Come to do and receive good. Come consecrated to the cause of the Master. We would furthermore Hay to all lovers of our common Zion, and friends of Jesus, continue to remember this meeting in your approaches t ) tho Throne, that God may place His seal of approbation upon us, that the meeting may be crowned with abundant success, in quickening the churches, sanctifying believers and convert ing sinners. Bemember we kindly invite yon to unite with us at a Throne of Grace, beseeching God to re member the occasion with an outpouring of Him self upon the people. OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATION. President—J T. McKee, B.itler, Pa. Secretary—Cyrus Harper, Zelienople. Pa. Treasurer —William Martin, Bu'ler, l'a. (■nitty oS Wrong. Some people have a fashion of confusing ex cellent remedies with the large mass of "patent medicines," and in this they are guilty of a wr ing. There are some advertised remedies fully worth all that is asked for them, and one nt least we know of—Hop Bitters. The writer has had oceaaiou to use tua Bitlors in just such a climate as we have most of the year in May- City, and has always found them to be first class and reliable, doing all that is claimed for them. — Tribune. KI TIE 11 4V 15 ILSIOJi'S. At * Cents, Yard wide Chintzes. Fast Colored Lawns. Chevoits for Shirting, at HITTER & RALSTON'S. At <> I-1 Cents. Yard wide Unbleached Muslin. Good Soft Finished Bleached Muslin, (jood Oollon Dress Goods, at HITTER & RALSTON'S. it 5 Cents. Ladies Cotton Hose. Plaid Dress Goods. All Lintm Crash, at HITTER & RALSTON'S. At 3H Cents, Linen Talile Damask. Lace Strijie Bunting. Lace figured Hunting, at Hfi'TER & RALSTON'S. At <»•"» Cents, Black Dress Silks, at R ITTEH & RALSTON,s. Xcw Carpets, Brussels, 3 ply, Extra super. Ingram, Cottage, Hag, and Hemp, just received an immense stock, at HITTER & RALSTON'S. Chnrelies Supplied with Carpets and Mattings at the lowest Eastern Whole-sale prices, at HITTER it RALSTON'S. Blairsvilie (Pa) Ltdies' Seminary. ISeautlful grounds, commodious buildings, new and Mi|»ei ioj- pianos lor practice, and THOKIII mi ■ i NsTlii CTION. Ten in - ructors. Terms moderate. Tlcrlleih vear begins September x. is:*). I'ori'at al'igues. ajip'v lo Kn\ . T. W. KWING, l'linolpal. Juii(2B-L'lll Woo s ' r . ll lull sot ol FINE PORCELAIN TEETH Warranted for 10 YI! YK.S. Will extract Teeth WITHOUT PAIN. NO EXTRA CHARGE when Teeth are Ordered. DR W. H. PERRY, Dentist, 25b Penn Pittsburgh. Pa. jnly2S-3m Tll£ WESTERN UNIVERSIi'Y oi" Pennsylvania, ItORS ANO DIMOND STREET, PITTSBURGH. Through Collegiate Education Classical or Sci entific. Ton experienced toaeliers, expout-es moderate. The preparatory department tits for college or biuinoa. For Catalogues, <Vc., ad dress the Sec'y, .1 OH. P. GIiIGGS. |jy2S lm Ivvci ttlors .Volice. I etters testimonialy in the estate of Captain Robert Thompson, dee'd, late of Clinton town ship, Butler county, Pa., having been granted to tne underoigned, all persons know.ng them selves indebted to said estate will make imme diate payment, and any having claims against said estate, wi'l present them duly authenti cated for Hottlomcnt. AIISOI.OM MONKS, J. W. MONKS, Ex'rtt. july2B-6t Saxon burg, P. O. But lor county, Pa. -pill: SIJIIUEIBEIi HOUSE. L. NICKLAS, Prop'., MAIN STREKT, BUTLER, I'A. Having taken posession of the abovo well kcowu Hotel, and it being furnished in the be't of style for the accomodation of guests, the public are respectfully invited to give mo a call. I have also possession of the bam in rear of hotel, which furuitdtoa excellent stabling, ac . coinodatious for my patrons. h. NICKLAS. Public Nnle. Tho undersigned, surviving exweutor of Jacob Shanor, lato of Centre township. Butler county, Pa-, dee'd, will sell at public sale on the premi ses, in Centre township, on SATURDAY, SFTT. 18th, 1880, at 2 o'clock p. m. of aid day, the following praperty : ■ Seventy-live acres of luud, in Centre township, - being that part of the farm of Jacob Hhanor, ■ dee'd, lying oast of the graded or Franklin road about fortv acres cleared and the rest in good 1 timber, no buildings theroon. DANIEL SHANOIt, "1 july2B-lt Butler Pa. —.Seven different cases of murder, r (•».«• ot lie iu itioivi.i n,i vMims each, were reported IU last Thursday's dui.ks. Souic ot tin in . ppcar to have I ten the work ol -udden i licnzy induced by ruin, but about others there ! was fouicthing that had the appearance ot dclib -1 cratcucss. One man, who killed his brother, dcfeired the liu.tl deed until after several ' after receiving any provocation ; another, after quarrelling with his wife and luother-in law, j wel l ont and harnessed his horses before killing ; the two women. Evidently the weather, which I for weeks lias been damaging the bet of tem pera, has been industriously at work ou the worst ones also. J EFFKKSOX 4CA DEM Y. | Thorough preparation for College; good Eng lish and business education. Moderate expenses not necessarily exceeding or per term. Good chemical and philosophical apparatus; large library, Good moral and social surround ings. French aud German taught. Xext term commences Sept. 15th, 1880. REV. WM. EWIXG, Principal, jy 21:'_' m Cannonsburg, Pa. AGENTS WANTE best and the only authentic low priced book containing the lives of JAMSS A. GARFI2LD —AND— CHESTER A. ARTHUR. A complete record of early life ami public servid - of JAMES A. GAIIFIEM', the inspir ing record of a progressive and brilliant career, a striking illustration of the march of genius under tree institutions. Also, life of CHESTER A. ARTHL'R, richly embellished with numer ous artistic illustrations, maps of battle fields and handsomely eugraved portraits of each can didate. Sure success to ail who take hold ; will positively outsell all books. Send for circulars and extra terms. Address, 11. W. KELLEY & CO., 711 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. jy2l: It BOILER COP BANK. Notice to Depositors and the Public. MII.LKKSTOWX, BUTLER CO., PA. ) July 10th, 1880. j The undersigned, composing the firm of 11. h. Taylor Jc Co.. hereby give notice that they have sold and transferred all their interest in the liutier County Hank and its business, to Dorsey Bros. & Hoyt, and have withdrawn from said Bank and its business. Present depositors will be j>aid on demand at the Bank at Millers town, until August Ist, 1880. On and after that date all unpaid depos its will be placed to the credit of depositors in the Argyle Savings P.ank, at Petrolin, Pa., and paid there on demand. The business of the Butler County Bank w ill hereafter be conducted bv Dorsey Bros. & Hoyt. 11. L. TAYLOR, JOHX SATTERFIELD, JOHN PITCAIRN, JB., T. S. Mi FAIILAXD. MILLERSTOWN, PA., July 10, 1880. The undersigned beg leave to announce to the depositors and customers of the Butler County Bank, also, to the public gener ally, that they havo purchased from 11. L. Tay lor & Co., the entire busiuess of said Bank ; that they will continue its business at the same place, and most respectfully solicit the patron age of tiiis community. Mr. 11. J. Ilovt, who has been so Ions; identi fied with the Bank, will continue to be its Cash ier, and will always take pleasure in meeting the hanking demands of his patrons, or any who have occasion to do business with him. DORSEY BROS, jv2l:Gt If. J, HOYT, JULY 20th, 1880. N. B. —Since issuing the above, Messrs. Dor sey Bros, it Hoyt have associated with them in the busiuess, Messrs. A. 11. Simpson, Joseph Hartman and Owen Brady, who concur in the above solicitation for patronage. M&BK THESE FACTS HOLLOW AY'S PILLS. | Kxereise your judgment. —A newer and better philosophy.—To pull down all absurd and anti quated notions of diseases apd its run's, and to (Establish a rational system on the ruins, lias lieen the chief endeavor of Dr. Holloway through life. Hence the origin of his celebratdd Pills anu Oint ment—remedies in keep! llK with common sens.', because subservient to nature, rather than at variance with lier laws, like those in general use. To the stomach we truce dyspepsia, heapaelie and general debility ; to the liver, biie, jaundice, and yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrho'a, dyseutary. constipation. |u!es and I'otuly ; to the luims, con sumption, etc. ; to (he blood, scrofula, scurvey, and all cutaneous eruptions. By keeping these oralis ami vital fluid [Mire and healthy we may safely defy the atlaeks of disease.and no medicine yet prepared for tills purpose can equal the action of these I'ills and Ointment, as they dive to the seat of the disorder, ami extirpating its cause, de stroy its effect. I M POUT ANT CAUTION,—None aie genuine un less the signature of J. HAYOOCK, its au'e||t fi.r the United Slates, surrounds oai li box of Pills and Gintiuont. lioxrs at 2. r > cents,o2 eentsand rfl each. £2&~Tliere Is cousldciable saying bv taking the larger sizes. HOI.I.OWAV & Co., New York. IIOLLOWAV'S OINTMENT, j Possessed of this KKMKD.Y, every man may be his own Doctor. II may lie nibbed into the sys tem. so as to reach any internal complaint; by these means it cures Sores or I'lcers in Hie THROAT. STOMACH. I.IVKB, al'lNK. or other parts. II is an infallible Keni 'dv for l».VI) I,K(!S. 11 \ D RRKASTK, Contracted OJ St iff Joints, tiOl'T, UIIKI'MATISM. and all Skin Diseases. I.w I'OUTA NT CAUTION. -None are genuine un less the signature of J. H.\VJ>- >«' K. as agen! for the I'nited States, surrounds each box of Pills and Ointmeet. Boxes at 25 cents, C 2 cents, and each. ktSThcre is considerabld saving by taking the larger sizes. HOLI-OWAV & Co., New York. BRENT.GOOD & CO.. Wholesale Agents, >' 12 >v VO 11 It. mayi9-om L. in. COCHRAN, Livery, Sale, Feed and Exchange STAHLE, Rear of Lowry House, - - BUTLER, PA, juuel-ly MILLINERY!! THIMMKI) IIATS, PLUMES, FEATHERS, RUCIIIXG, RIBBONS Puff and Switches in stock and made to order on short notice, at I. t Next, door to I>. 11. Wuller'S Drug Store, Butler, Pa. MY2-6I». B'CJTIiHR Lumbei Yard and Planing Mill. H. B AUEfi~& BROS., J BFPIJBSON ST.. - - BUTLEK, PA., If ANUPACTUKEItS OF Doors, Sasli, Frames, Blinds, Molding of all descriptions, Brackets, Potent Molded Weatherboard ing, Mill Boards, Flooring, Palings, Stair Railings, Balusters of every style, &c., &c. Circular Moldings Made to Order. ALSO, DEHLBItS IN Lumber, Plank, Shingles, Lath, &c, apl2-ly Important to Soldiers. Points, on 1.11 l for the Kqiiall/ation of liountles, of Interest to .'Very Soldier of the l ulon Army. Send stamp for elreular. Pensions <tlitaiued, l'en . sions Increased, Thousands Entitled. Address (with stamp) 11. S. BKKLIN & CO., Lock Box 502, Washington, I». C. A Card. To all who nrc sullerlntf from the errors and , iudiseretlona ol youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss ol manhood, Jfcc., 1 H ill M-nd ,i re j cipe that will cure you, KRICE OF CHARGE. I This ureal remedy was discovered by a iuU»lon ' ary in South Africa. Send a »el(-addressed cn- I vf lope to the lif.v. JOSEPH INMAM, Station />, J jVew York City. tf ' ; ' I have just received from the East a large stock of HATS.CAPS? BENTS' FUHNISHIME GOODS. I offer to the public the COMET SHIRT, the best Ui.l lundried White Shirt in the market for #l. ONE DOLLAR. #l. Also, a large stock of Will TK and COLORED SIIIUTS, for Men and Boys, always on hand. Undsrwear, Half Hose, Gloves, ani,thkiatkststy, - esin Hats, Caps and Neckwear, Introduced as soon as they appear in the East, to be had at MAIN STREET, BUTI.ER, PA. Auditors* Koport. . Annual financial statement of receipts an«l • expenditures of Brady township School District j for the year ending June 7th, isSO. I)r. Balance on hand last year £ .14 91 ' Received from State appropriation 17t» 53 j From Col., including all kinds taxes.. .'i.~>4 25 From ex Col. Thomas McCurdy 12155 From ex-Col. W. W. McQuistion 20 M From rents of houses for elections 4 00 $1,715 08 Cr. For purchasing grounds $ .'(1 75 For building house 470 00 For Teachers' wages 727 02 For repairs 35 11 For fuel and contingencies... 68 4 ! Col. and Treas'r fees 74 07 Sec'v salary, stationery, Ac 10 00 For desks, new school house 100 00 Bal. in Treas. «fc Col. hands.. 192 70_ We, the undersigned Auditors of Brady twp., Butler county, Pa., having carefully examined the above accounts of the Treasurer, find them correct to the best of our knowledge and belief. A. A. KELTY, I . ... J. L. MOORE, j Au,l,tor! '- June 20th, ISB0 —jyl4:.'St Audi tors* Itcport. Financial statement of receipts and expendi tures of Centre township Schools for the vear 1879. No. months taught— 7. No. male scholars attending—l 74. No. female scholars attending—l 47. Average percentage of attendance -814. Amount of tax levied, 1879 —$755 o.'?. State Appropriation, 1879--$l9B 95. Alex. Blain, Treasurer of the school fund in account with the School Board of Centre twp., for the year 1879. Dr. Balance from last settlement $ 4."> 04 Received from John Allison 38 00 " " A. J. Moore .so 00 " " T. B. Smith 143 07 " " Duplicate 1879 489 68 " " Other sources 743 State appropriation 198 95 $1,002 17 Cr. Teachers' orders redeemed...s 017 03 Fuel 20 98 Repairs 20 OS Contingencies 10 (il Refunded tax 1- 51 Auditors' fees 1879 3 00 Order of Aud'rs to A. Blain.. 2 20 Col. <t Treas'r percentage 20 51 Secretary's salary 12 00 Discount on State appropri'u 50 $ 768 05 Balance in hands of Treasurer 234 12 Amount due district uncollected 294 9S Total resources $ 529 10 We, the undersigned, have examine 1 the above report and believe it to lie true to the best of our knowledge and belief. SAMUEL IRWIN, > . rt WM. POLIIEM US, i Au'"to,s -jyl4:3t _ JjlSllLFw'tliis style Singer. We will send it to your /Mj Depot to be examined be- Zjtl not as represented it can lie _Af _ JMA returned at our cxjiense. Send a postal card for ill us WOOD a CO. 17 N. Tenth St., Philadelphia. July 14 :JIII CONSUMPTION CURED itv— Crude [Petroleum Trolls- Gained 29 lbs woiglit in two months POWHATTAN C. 11., VA., April, 1880. DB. M. MjI.TON : Dear Sir—After having been sick twelve months, ami tried the best physicians of the conntrv without doing me the least good, 1 tried your CRUDE PETROLEUM PILLS. \\ hen I commenced taking them I coughed al most incessantly, had hemorrhage, night sweats, etc., I weighed 114 lbs. After taking the Pills two month;; the cough and night sweats censed and had no hemorrhages, and weighed 143 lbs. Yours, respectfully, FUKD. C. DI'NN. Th.iii-amls of cases like the above. The Pills are also a positive cure for chronic Bronchitis, Asi lima, Catarrh and all Lung and Throat troubles. Trial boxes, 25 ets. Large boxes, (130 pills,) sd. Sent by mail on receipt of price, with di rections. Address I'll. M. MILTON, m:iy2G-3ml Irving, N. Y TIIK (JItE AT KNGI.ISH TIKMEI > Y! (ill A V'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE ICINC MSOV TRADE MARK. RA D-MARK, || j,Jly sfvyj&t* recommended as Seminal Wei.k §r NT KM I I >IIMTKN a consequence Before Takio^F.^F'Vn', »r>.'' I "I'l i After Taking. versa! Lassitude. Pain in the back. IMniiiincss of Vision. Pernialuri' old age. ami mouy other dis eases that lead to Insanity. Consumption and a Perniiiturc Crave all of which as a rule are llrst caused I>v deviating from the path ol nature and over indulgence. The Sp< citie Medicine is the re sult ol a life study and many years of expeiieuce iu treating iliese special diseases. Kuil particulars in our pamphlets which we de sire to send free |»y mall to everv one. The Specific Medicine is sold by all Druggists at <1 per package, or six packages for ?5, or will le sent i>v ma'! on receipt of the moiiev In addressing THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., No. to Mechanic's ISloek. DKTKOIT, Mini. ;*.~So!d iii lSuller by J. ('. KKIIICK, and by all Druggist •. evcrvw here. ; " "11A li Ills & Kwi.vu, Wholesale Agents. Pitts burgh. mvlii-ly. CANCER. This disease like many others is regarded as incurable. It is not so. If it is taken in time it is as easily cured as a wart or a corn. We know very well that it is a fearful disease and will eat away until it destroys life, that is if it is neglected, but if it is attended to when it first makes its appearance, or soon after, there is no trouble ill eradicating il from the system. Persons will have to be here during part of the treatment, consequently there is no use writing to ine for information whether it can lie cured without mv seeing the •case. 1 also treat with success, Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Ulcers, Ulcerated Ices, Varicose Veins, Varicocele Tumors, Hydrocele, and every form of Skin Disease. Dr. Keyser, 240 Penn Avenue, Opposite Christ's Church, Pittsburgh, Pa. MILLS & CO., Manufacturers and dealers in Hydraulic Ce ment and Sewer Pipe. White Lime, Fertilizers, While Hand, Chimney Tops, Sand Planter, Flue Pipe, Calcined Plaster, Ky-Lte. jiiyl4-Sm] No. 200 Liberty St., Pittsburgh, P». Executor*" XoHc»c. Letters testamentary on the estate of John Cooper, dee'd, late ol Connoqucnessing town ship, Butler county, Pennsylvania, having 1 ecu granted to the. undersigned, all person# knowing themselves indebted lo said est.iti* will please make payment and tiny bavii g claims against the same will present them duly authenticated for payment. ALEXANDER STMVAKT. Executor, jun-'KMit Whlteetown, Pa. fcW Advertise iu the C'ITI/EN. M. FIRE & Bro. 100 & 102 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY. final! Lei fistiiiaL af Summer Dry Goods ! ! Lawns in eriMl variety .»! ti'i and . We have just received a lot of Lnnn- Liwna, vi ry tine and be iiitiful, Persian Novelties, »■">, 3ft, 50c. selling at s Oc, 73c and sl. Fienc') Novelties, :i5, 50 •. Shirt Fronts, 12}%, 15, and 25e. French Novelsles, new In Cashmeres we otlei very decided b.irgiius. Ladies' F nicy Hose, at l'\ 123-J ami 15c. Yard-wide Caslunere, only 20 and 3"ic. Ladies' Fancy Hose, extra irood, !>0 and 25c. Yard-wide Casbni res, very line, 3'l and 85c. j Ladies' Gloves, Caslnueres, All-wool, 40, 4"> and 30c. Ladies Gloves, new style. 30, 45 and 50c. Casbuicrcs, All-wool, extra tine, OA-, 75,,, sl. | G >od Cheviot S'-lrlinif, 10 and I'3>£c. Our stock in Colored aud Black Dress Silk* lielvinir, Ul, 1-J£. 15 aad-iO ceiKv is more complete thrr ever. * uilc , :lU<l .V? ,, o r 0 1 *'• *l5O - , Towels at We arc selling beautiful Colored Silks as low To , Vlls extrtT larsfc and line, at 80, 25, 35. 50c. as 00c, . >c and ? . T'rkuy Bed Table Dam isk, 50, «5 and 73c. Colored BiUs, best quality, $1 .>, »1 o) lliitclier*' I.men, extra good, o.ilv 40e. Black Silks lower thau ever heretofore. lii- li Linen 2.5 S"> and 50c. In Trimming silks, Satin an I 3i.k Prints, new styTes, 5, li W and B,'^c. we Oder decided bargains. Vuslin, S aad lui*. " Wo liava just received another very large lot of Alpaca and Silk Sua Umbrellas, which will be oft'ared at uausually Low Prices. Our friends and customers should not fail to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. M. FIRE & BRO., 100 A 102 Federal Street. Allegheny. Glasses! Glasses! KOR iBLUff?, Optician, Telescopes, Microscopes, l.arometers, Hydrometers, Thermometers, Electric Batteries, <tc. Spectacles perfectly fitted. 25 FIFTH A VENI E, Pittsburgh, Pa., first store but one from Market street. julyl4-lm NSCHOLS SHEPARD& CO.BattleM.Mich, ORIOIWAL AND ONLY CENUINE :: Threshing Machinery and. Portable T .llT"'"- and Traction Engines. jjffSSV TIIE RTAXDAKM uf axeeUenei! throughout Ma Grain |K T -il ""MATTHIIKMI tor Grain R.vlnp. Ttmr-Kwrliif, Perfect <ri Cleaning. kautd « ud Tkorvufh Work. *wrj , IIVCOMPAKARLE In »r Material. Perfection IT of ** lirl3 '. Thorough \\ orkiuanshii', Elegant Kininh, aud ——— j "WIP fJraln. aiKl VMit crnrt//y ki»owii n« ihc Thresher A*TOXIIMI INI-LY D( T KAItLE and wtorfuU* *** "««■) f*" and £!«». PORTABLE. TKACTION, and BTKAW-HUIiMNO BT£AM.ESibINFA*ith upeelal fratures of Power, Bcrability, S*Mv, Kconomr, and Keauty «ntirelr unknown in other make*. Bteam-Power Outfits aud Kteam-Poatr Separator* a specialty. Four *lze« of Separators, from 6 (<• li borne-power; al«o 2at Tie* Improved Mounted Horse-Powers. *a Year* of and i'ontlmmua ltu«f tic«a by thU house, a ithout chauge of uaae, location, or maaM«- ineiit, furuUhes a strong guaranu-o for superior goo<is aud honorable dealing. ■>; to build aiid palm off inferior aud mongrt l imitations of 'tinnuH good*. BE NOT DECEIVED ff «ncft experimental nnd worth h;«s michlncir fhnn »«. ft II II to u* for Illustrated Circular<, whleh we mail free. Addre-« 1 ' NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO., Battle Creek, Mich. • . , r Tfrvt«''i"r - T JACKSON ZL f/HTCHEL L, Agents, Butler, Pa. WHY DOES a woman's health often break down at un early age? Put a man at the wi sh-tnb, let him get heateil l'rom the hot suils until every pore is opened; then let him stand o -er the lilthy steam that comes from scalillng and boiling clothes, that are full of sweat and exhalations from the «uin and his health too would brealt down before long; and yet this most terrible ordeal Li what A WOMAN has to go through with on wa*h-day; and, besides, with her clothing wet from porepiring a the hot work, she has to risk her life by going out in the air to hang up the cloUies. Kveo those not at work are in the unhealthy atmosphere; its smell, so apparent to visitors, show ing that it Units its way through the housethe family, however, often becoming no accus tomed to the peculiar odor from its own wash as not to notice it. 1 licse facts readily ex plain why so mniy .women Buflcr with colds, rheumatism, weak nerves, or neuralgia, and LOOK OLD while vet young In years, and physicians nnd boards of health cannot draw attention too strongly to thoiujiirfous effects of the u.-mal way of washing, with its necessary steami and scalding or boiling to get the clothe* pure aud sweet-smelling, especially as it is without doubt often the direct cause of those dreadful diseases, diphtheria, consumption, and ,bP| ,oi '' f, '\ l ' I r ' Fortunately this trouble can l»e avoided; scalding, boiling, steam and all disagrteable smell from the wash completely done away with; clothes made sweet and beautifully white; from lite saviruj in Jwd. the wash Ame at less cott than ei-en when home-made toap u tued, and very much SOONER THAN by the old way, by using FRANK SIUOAIXS SOAP,-a Soap so purifying and cleansing that the dirtiest clothing can be washed In lukewarm water with very little nibbing, and clothes, bedding and utensils used by the sick disinfected and cleansed without either scalding or boiling, while the work is so light that a girl twelve or thirteen years of age can do a large wash without living tired; and yet so mild and healing is this .soap that for toilet anil shaving it has no equal, and physicians advise its use in preference to imported (.astile . oap ou wounils and Mires, and to wash the youngest Infants, as well as for persons with i lei lea to skin. Now that there is a remedy for this, so economical thai ihejioorest can use it, there is not a w oman or A MAN who is not directly interested In having nscil in their homes, in splt« of prejudice, THAT WONDERFUL WAY OF WASHING CLOTHES, whieh does away with the hard work otkxaivo smell and fearful steam on wash-days, makes the white pieces whiter, colored pieces brighter and flannels softer than they can be made by washing the old way, leaves the hands smooth enough to do line sewing and overy article as clean, aa sweet and as pure as if never \sorn. From IT F Howl KS M IX. Ilaminonton, N. J., and all hoiisrhold uses, and as It booom»c mora generally known, must have an immense sale. My attention was called to FIIANK Bn)DALTS FROM M RS. E. STOCK W KI.L, Hammonton, N. J. Md Ita hi my houM^fo?nearly a year,acosX« FRANK BIDDALLS SOAP has boon used In to the directions, has proved that its remarkable my house for the last seven months, and by tollow propertles have not lx>en overstated. For remoV' Ing the printed directions, we tlnd It to oo «t ery- Ing printing Ink it Is invaluable, while for toilet thing claimed on the wrappers. We hy> aot an K d shaving It Is the best Soap t have ever seen. hoUcd a artlcje, tndjhr Mhr. From M KM. H L. K «vos , n g« Semaud'' for^uJT Ido my wash with FItAN K HIDDALLSSOAI m cua tomera. half the time and with no expense for Soap, <w the o. From MANaoK..OP D«TK. ». health, clothes and labor can hardly be estimated. Street, Corner < Htreet, N.W., ashington. D. U No laundry or family can afford to be without From E. W. STASTOS, 1806 N. 20th Bt, Philada. FRANK HII)DALLS SOAP. We follow direo- W« are confident, from a long experience in tions and use no other Soap, and have a reputation using and recommending FRANK SI I)I)ALLS s<K»ond to no laundry in Washington for, white K( ).\ i • that one trial, according to the very easy clothes; the superior work we ha\ e been enabled printed directions, will overcome all prejudices, ft to turn out having secured us the trade of some of also really has wonderful merit for shaving, toilet, the best gentlemen s furnishing store* In the city. The following arc the Itirrctions for Use, so simple that u child can understand them. Dont do anything so ridiculous us to buy the Soap unless you Intend following them. 9 j -]t too positively forfeited If it i>\}ure» tltc rloUtr/t, or wilt not do <vrrything claimed. First, put the white clothes in a tub of water, only tuadc warm enough to be comfortabl® for the hands. Then take one piece out at a time on the wash-board, rub the Soap lightly over it, roll it up and put it back into the same tub, and so on with each piece until all have the .Soap rubbed on them. Then go uway and let them soak at least twenty minute*, without touching them, when the dirt will all be looscneil, and a very little rubbing on the wash-board, out of that one suds, will make them perfectly clean, being particular to turn each piefce while washing so as to get at the seams. Then wash lightly ou the wash board, through a lukewarm rinse-water (without any Soap,) so as to get the dirty suds out. Then put through blue-water, and on the line, without scalding or boiling a single piece. Afterward put flannels and colored pieces to soak, and wash them exactly the same way. It is important not to heat the wash-water in a tin, brass or copper kettle. A tca-kettlff will heat enough water for a large wash with this Soap. Just Think What You will Save by this Easy Way of Washing! No Wash-boiler ! No Steam! No Smell of Suds through the House / It has the remarkable Property of keeping the Dish-Cloth, Wash-Rag and Sponge always Sweet, and of Washing Freely in Hard Water. SOLD BY GROCERS i-»- Get a Cake and Try it for Yourself next Wash-Day. To Points where this Soap la not yet Introduced a Trial Caie will be aenfc by Mail, on receipt of Price, (XO Cents), In Money or Btamp«. ADO \^ I c E LE . T F TERS FRANK SIDDALLS SOAP, 718 CALLOWHILL ST., PHILADELPHIA. PA.