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PORTER & DONALDSON, WHOLESALE MILLINERY Have Removed to NEW BUILDING. 260, 262 and 264 Liberty St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Elevator Entrance. 261. Special attention given to Pat.e, n Bouuets and Trimmed HaU. Full Hue of Straw Good,, Rib bone, Silks, Flowers, Nets and l.jrc^ Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Crapes and Indies Neck \V car, SPECIALTIES. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. LARGEST STOCK. LATEST STYLES. LOWEST PRICES. mar22,3!ra 1832. OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE OF 1882. JAMES SHIDLE & SON, No. 59 SMITHFIELD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PENN'A. GETER C. SHIDLE. Art Paper Hangings, Embossed Bronzes, Dadoes, £&c. ma 122,3 m — — IF U LI IST I T IT R IS. A COMPLETE LINE OF "RETWE EIST DE POT A JN "D BRIDGE. rn:>rls,3iiics 13. & IT. 0. W ELTY, CARPETS AND WALL PAPER, OILCLOTHS, MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES, &c. The oldest, largest and most complete House in tLe Trade iu the City. utls,3mos. 115 and 117 Federal St., Allegheny City, Pa. EAGLE PLANING MILLS, Cor. Robinson and Anderson St., ALLEGHENY CITY. M. HIMON, Agent. I'MXIlVti MILL, MAS if* MOK AIHiD SHUTTER FAOTOBY, Floor liur Boards, WisUliei boarding Planed Boarcs, Saeli, Moulding.*, SUiufcles, Lath r.nd all kinds oi Buildi-g I.umber. (J5" - A liberal reduction lor catdi orders. Send lor price 11-t. All work d«-liv«-red to railroads, ttci.it ifoais, &<■., Hee i.l charge. rolUitcd. Suia C Jtl RI S. BTOC K, Manufacturer of Tin an<l Sheet Iron Ware and dealer in Stoves, Ranges, i'ressed, Japanned and Enameled Ware, Granite Ware, Wooden Ware, Bird Cages, and general housekeeping aoods Roofing, Spouting ami Repairing done on short notice and at lowest market rates. The only authorized agent for the Hale of A. Bradley & Co.'s well known Stoves and Ranges, and the only place to get the original ajul genuine odd plates for their stoves, made expressly by them for him. Beware of sham plates being sold in Butler, made of old aud inferior metal, none gen nine but ftom the Agent, CHKIS. SIOCK, june 8, 'Bl. Near Wick and Schreiber Houses, Main street, Butler, Pa. Rheumatism ileuitaVoXa Sprains Pain in the Back and Hide. V There is nothing more painful then these diseases; hut the i>:iin can tie removed and tho disease cured by use of PEHRV D.VVIS' PAIN IvILI.KU. Thi.i remedy is not a cheap Benzine or Petroleum product that must lie l:opt away fioin fire or heat to avoid iUnt;<r of explosion, nor is it an untried experiment that lnry do r.iore harm tluui w*«l. PAI.V KIi.I.DH has been i:i constant use for forty years, and the universal testimony from all par-ti of the world Is, IT NEVER I'AII.S. It not only elicits a permanent cure, but it relieve- pain almoat instantaneously. Being a purely vegetable remedy. It I- sale In ti.o hands of the most Inexperienced. ...... ... ~, The record of cure* l y the use of PAIS» KII.I.I'It would fdl volumes. The following extracts from letters re -clved show what those who have tried it think : Edgar Caly, 0./atonna, Minn., rays: Ab nit a jreir ninui my v. if - bocanto mbject t» nc;(iA! HUiforlnf (mn rbetmirtiKia. our vr* ort W to tI»E PAI:« KII.LKIC, which relieved U«r. CUailux Powjll wriloa from til) Bailors' Home, London: (liad t*« ii uflltctul throe voara with .ii'iin.ljfl* i.nd violent 1:1 >J*iiti. f thuftmmi h. Th»dnetf>« m Wp-tmirvt-r Hixpitil t".e ui> mr c ■' in a.- *i sir I trie.! your KiLi.Ei.untl it Kave trie immediate rtlief. I IHVM rrapllnoil hiv tfreiurth. aud aiu «'>•> <*!»•'■ t> t lli>* u.> uuuat OOUipiaUoil All rt rural ata keep Pus kum: Ii- mire i- *.i low tl.iu It i- within il.e rrm-h of Mil •Uid it will save uiuiiy tunc ii eo-l in do. tor*' bills J3i\, !iOc., «1,1 »llm <t but lie. PERRY DAVIS & SON. proprietors, Providence. R. I M C. ROCKEN STEIN, DEAI.ER I> TIEINT COOK STOVES AND I*ANGEH. ALSO, AGENT FOR CRYSTAL PALACE STOVES AND REP V 188 TOR SAME. Bird Cadi's, Tinware, Wood and Willow Wan-, Enameled «n 1 Grjuite Ware, S. \rer Fire Clay Stove I'ip'*, fJute Tile, Fire' flrick an 1 Liny. Hpoutin,' and Heavy Sheet-iron work lione at :i;ort notice Ld market price* for Ci'ili -1 am also lmviiur manufactured to my order, nice clean ar.J smooth odd Plates t.i nt Stoves, which 1 soil at sit pu:iU |«>r pound, and 1 will giianiulee rbei.i lo last l.»in;er and isive better satisiactiou thau the so-called original and genuine plates sold by anothei party ut ten cents per pound. (jive me a call and be convinced M. CJ. ROCIiENNTEIN, innel&ly Main Street, Butler, Pa. G. H. WalworUi, Eaco, Me., writes: I cxix-rU-mrd hnmwliiito iel'«*f from Itiii In tlic villi' ||> till' 11: <• I F J our PAIN K11.1.K11. E. York says: I huvi- uHtlyoiirPAiN KILI M: inr RB> ninatmiii, uiitl IIIVL N-VFI ,t.i bcnetlt. Bartou Seaman Bays: Unvi- lIW.I PUM Kill in fir thirty yearn u\.l biai- tmin.l It a •. ri.li.nlj (uf rUeiiniiitliHii tnd lumens Mr. Eurdltt write*: II N. ... i ll.' t..i4verrllef HIUUXWOL rtii'uniati.ni Plill flilbert, Hoiiiwißet, Pa., writes: L-'i..iii in iimt ii? - T kn.IW vour PAIN KIM-FII I , HI ' IK JT mull, iI.E I CUD K.:T e P**iLeie : SSttflietr, P»., 2Wag 3, IS$3. Killing Elders. Among the pests that farmers are annoyed with, there is none worse tlmn the eMer, and when once started, it is no rosy matter to get elcar of them. Some twenty years ago I came ( into possession of the farm on which 1 now live. At that time the elders were just getting fairlv started, and not kuowing much ahont them 1 nog lected them for a few years, ami the first, thing I knew, they were in peace able possession of quite a large area of ground. My first attempt to destroy j t.beiu off, which I did several times, but every time they came up thicker ( than before. The only time I ever | succeeded in tilling any thus was by cutting them when in blossom in June, , but i never could succeed in doing it ( aauin. I tried it when the sigu was in the heart in August, but it was oi , no use. There was a piece of about six acres I which had been an eyesore for several | years, and bad been cot oft time and again and still getting worse. In the spring of 1877 I got a large iron hook made strong enough to stand the pull of two horses, and when the ground was wet, went at it, and took out a great many of them, then took the plow and plowed the ground in March, pulling out all the roots that could be got at, and they were legion—l could have loaded a train of cars very easily. About the last of April they were haul ed into piles aud burnt, and the ground planted in corn. The season was dry, and the thorough working of the corn completely destroyed the elders in that place. I find it much better to let them grow than to cut them off, as everv time they throw up new tops they form new roots-; and I notice that along the railroad, where they are cut regularly every year, they never show any sigus of decline. If I was start ing on a new place again, I would take them at the start and pull them out by the roots, which can easily be done if attended to in time; or if let grow large, hitch the horses to them and puli with either chain or hook.—Coun try Gentleman. "Hough on Rnfg." The thing desired found at last. Ask druggist for "Rough on Rats." It clears out rats, mice, roaches flies, bed-bugs. 15c. hoses. 'Your opponent was a bright speaker,' the citizen said to the candi date who had not' been elected by 2,- 000 majority. 'Yes,' was the sad re ply, very bright. He cast reflections upon me : 1 through the campaign.' "l"ro Itono JPubitfO." It is a remarkable fact, that while thousands of people refuse to read paid puffs of worthless nostrums, none skip over Dr. Swayne's little squib about his Ointment"for itching piles that Itch so much at night. The people well know that it is published for thejr benefit, in other words, it is pro bono publico. May its far reaching effects be perpetuated to the end. A very old lady on her death bed, in the penitential mood, said: 'I have been a great sinner ror moro than eighty years and didn't know it.' An old colored lady who had lived with her a long time, exclaimed: 'Laws, I knowed it all de time.' ''Bnehnitniba." New quick complete cure 4 days, uriDary affections, smarting, frequent or difficult urination, kidney disease?. £l. at druggists. Prepaid by express, $125, 6 for $5. E S. Wells, Jersey, City, N. J. The mealiest man on record sent through a post office presided over hy a woman a postal card on which was written: "Dear Jaok: lleru's the details of that scandal.' And the rest was in Greek. DiMrcHg Aflcr Killing, the result of indigestion, will no lon ger be experienced if a half tablespoon ful of Simmons Liver Regulator is taken after each meal. It is such a good digester, and so mild and pleas ant in its effects that it is used by many after a hearty meal to insure good digestion. The Regulator does not nauseate or irritate the stomach, is purely vegetable, and can be taken in any condition of the system, and un like any other known medicine, when its use is discontinued, the system is not left constipated. A Swindler bought SIOO worth of produce from a farmer recently in order to get his signature attached to a re ceipt which could afterward be trans formed into a note for SI,OOO, only to find at last that the farmer merely rented the place and could not write his name anyhow. That swindler seriously thinks of reforming. Nklnny Men. Wells' Health Renewer. Absolute cure for nervous debility and weakness of the generative functions. $1 at druggif-ts. Prepaid by express, $1.25, f> for $5. E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, N. J. To a young woman wishing to em bark in the breaeh-of-promise business, Brooklyn, N. V., offers a more inviting field than any other place within the range of our vision. Miss Sarah Cook thought her best and purest af fections had been tampered with to the extent of $5,000, but a jury viewed the premises and concluded that Sarah had undervalued the damages by $2,- 000. So thev gave her $7,000, which amount was thought, who would put her affections in a tolerably good state of repair for another siege The highest hopes and interest of the race rest on the purity, health and strength of womanhood. We take pleasure in referring our readers to the remarkable efficacy of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound in all that class of diseases from which women sulier so much George is five years old. Ilia mother had undressed nim for a bath before putting him to bed. As he stood before her he :?uid: 'Now mamma I'm a kid ' 'Yos, my dtar,' said &he 'i'o you know what kind of a kid I am, mauima ?' 'No, darling.' 'Well,na kid.' the blood ia absolutely ■ necessary for the cure of general debili ty, weakness, lassitude, <Sie. The best enricher of the blo(d is Brown's Iron BitU rs. Very kind drug elerl. to a little girl: 'N'ow be sure you tell your pa to take this medicine according to the directions ou the bottle an over dose might affect his brain.' Little girl—'Ob, I xuess there in no danger of that, for I've heard mamma tell him lots of times that he never had any brains.' Traveling »* MereliandUe. Three weeks ago John MoAuley, an old and well-known citizen of Chicago, who is of an eccentric and jocular dis position, conceived the idea of box ng ! himself up and obtaining transporta tion to Philadelphia as merchandise, lie was informed by the agent of the Adams Express Company that he could go in a box, but that he would have to pay passenger fare. McAnley declared that he would go as merchan dise, and would pay no more than $'2.50 per hundred However he box ed himself up, with a week.-? provisions bv his side, aud was tak-m by an ex pressman to the office. ihe bj.v was lb inches wide, ti feet ioug. hooped with iron bands and ornamented with ' a padlock. The agent was told vhat it 'contained flowers. It was adddressed to Miss Kisselman, Philadelphia. At j $3 that night the box was forwarded j to its destination, the charges having . been prepaid. Toward morning the messenger discovered the old man, and when the train stopped at \an Wert, Ohio, he turned him over to the authorities, who put him in jail. The express olftcers wonder that the mes senger did not shoot McAuley for a train robber. The old man was ship ped home again.— Ex. Anybody can catch a cold now. The trouble is to let go, like the man wlo caught the bear. We advise our read ers to keep a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup handy. The man who was rocked in the cradle of the deep, mnst have slept be tween sheets of water. Quit buying humbug medicines. If you are not well, take Peruaa. If cos? tive, Manalin. Buttermilk poured over the back of ft scurvy pig will remove the scurf. If you want to rid of pimples, boilSj tetter, etc., use "Linsey's Blood Search* er." Sold by druggists. Large quantities of counterfeit sil ver coin are in circulation in Western Pennsylvania. "Dr Sellers' Cough Syrup," with out exception, has given satisfaction. Our readers give it a trial. Druggists keep it. Price 25c. per bottle The whale is the politician of the sea. lie frequently comes to the surface to spout. For three years my son was sore all oyer. Peruna cured him. J. Neuen schwander, S. S. Pittsburg. The old gentleman was snoring the snore of the virtious in his easy chair. His youthful grandson rushes to his mother. 'Oh, mamma, grandpa is in the parlor—sleeping right out loud!' [Manchester, (Mich.) Enterprise.] Messrs. Haeussler & Kingdey," Druggists, Manchester, say: We handle St. Jacobs Oil with abundant tnccess, and it has given excellent fatisfact'on to our customers. A man who eloped with a Wiscon sin wife left a note for the husband. •I have took your woman ; hut you are welcome to my last weeks wages, which I didn't draw ; and I hope that squares things.' It is the opinion of the Petroleum Age that over 21,000,000 barrels of crude petroleum wiil b3 required to sal is6y the demand of 18S2, or 200,. oOOjOOO gallons more than were con sumed last year. Wc must not be surprised to hear of a paper furniture factory starting into existence before long. Paper can now he made of strong fibres a nd com pressed into a substance so hard that onlv a diamond can sciatch it. A foreign journal says that wood will be superseded by paper The Troy Press tells of a farmer who ht.B tried a remedy for potato bugs with success: "He procured a number of boards and placed them here and there among his potatoes, on these boards were p'aced a few raw potatoes sliced. At noon on the first day of the experiment he and his hired man found every piece of potato coverered with bugs. The men killed this crop, and at night an other crop was killed, though not so large, and in a week's time not one bug could be seen, and his trouble with bugs after that was comparatively small. In the spring he says, is the time to attend to the bugs, as a spring bug breeds from 300 to 500 during the season. He thinks it would be a good plan to dip the pieces of potatoes in Paris green, so as to save the work of killing them. Wbat she Lout by not Going to Europe. 'Not heard of Mr. Sullivan!' exclaim ed a member of a recently organized ladies' literary association, 'not heard of Boston's blue-eyed boy of genius?' The fair but ignorant daughter blush ed at the implied rebuke and timidly asked: 'What did he write?' 'What did he write !' shouted her companion with increasing surprise. 'ls it possible that you have never heard of his last great work, The Mill on the Floss?' As the tallow chandler's crestfallen child entered her palatial home that afternoon she wiped the moisture from her eyes with a pale blue bandana and whimpered : 'I knew I would never know noth ing if pah refused to send me to Yur rup.' Tlic ltoyM Own Ililile. Every boy should have a Bible. I do not mean that he should have a Bible out of a pile of cloth-backed, red edged Billies at Sabbath school—twen ty-live cent Bibles, with poor priut, such as the people give to poor boys in mission schools; and which make the hoys say, 'Well that is not much of a book, is it? not nearly so well printed as our library books.' Nor do I mean the big family Bible, on the parlor table, which the children are not al lowed to open, lest they should tear it; and which can in no sense be called the Boy's Bible. But I mean a Bible for his own self, with his own name in it: a re.il good, large print, gilt-edged, well bound, Bagster or Oxford Bible, for life use, and which he need not be ashamed of when the superintendent calls, 'boys, show your Bibles.' A book which he will show his boy torty years hence, and say, 'there is the Bible I f*ot from my father for commit ting to memory our Lord's Sermon on the Mount. I would not take a hun dred dollars for that Bible. I wiil give you one like it, Fred, when you com mit the Sermon on the Mount, and rOj peat it correctly.' AR E RtM E u . §OOTNM»4 I BlCTCrtti, RAIH O" ACCO-KT or AL- A |'TCH" "iSfll ß 't DH. SWAYNE 4 SON I F/ CE, 7 nH DOWNS' ELIXIR Jflflß| I N. H. DOWNS' 1 I Vegetable Balsamic V ELIXIR Hj This valuable medicine id purely vopetable: ■ the discovery of which was the Jesuit ofH many years'close study, in order to discover ■ the cauee, the symptoms, awl the cure—vis;^* ■ Consumption, Coughs, Soldo, Catarrh, I ■ Or sup, Asthma, Pleurisy, Hoarseness, fl I Influenza, Spitting Blood, Bronchitis, B ■ and every specie* of oppression of the CHest and Lungs. In all cases where this Elixir has w JJJ been duly administered its efficacy has been invariably manifested, convincing the most in- S —■ credulous that W CONSUMPTION G » la not Incurable, if properly attended to.— ™ <SO Consumption, at its commencement, is but a 9mm JB slight irritation of the membra tie which covers JJjj J»tho Lungs; then an inflamation, when the d cough is more observable, but rather dry; thin X , O becomes local fever and the pulse more fro- Q quent, the cheeks flushed and chills more com- •*» ■ mon, This Elixir in curing the above com- in ■ plai uts, operates soaato rimpvo *ll morbid H ■ irritations and lnflamatton ft« 9 tb«H H lungs to the snrlace, and Anally expel them from the system. It facilitates expectoration. B It heals the ulcerated surfaces B relieves the cough and makes the breath H fame time reduces tlio fever. It is free from and astringent articles, which are dying a nature M to bo in great danger of the patient; whereas this medicine never dries or stops the cough, but, by ng the CAUSE, generally destroys the hectical before the cough is entirely gone. when the cough Is cured the patient |H Bis well. Send address for pamphlet giving full directions for cure of pulmonary diseases. I'rioe 38 uts., 601t»., and SI .00 per bottle. ■ SOLD EVERYWHERE. ■ B HEIBT, JOUSSOJ * LORD, Propi., BarlioftM.Tt B SiBB DOWNS' ELIXIR.HBI MRS. LYDIA L PINKHAM. OF LYNN, MASS., £ i LYDIA E. PINKHAM'B VESETABLE COMPOUND. Ig a Positive Cure feral' those Pnlnriil Complaints and Weaknesses locomaiuu toour beat female population. It will cure entirely tlio worst form of Fumsle Com plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Clccra tlon, Falling and and the consequent Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the Change of Life. It will dissolve and expel tumoni from the uterus la an early stage of development. The tendency to can cerous humors there Is checked very ipeedily by Its use. It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Qeaduches, Nervonj I * ost ration. General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indl (Mtton. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight and backache, is always imrroancntly cured by its use. It will at all times and under all circumstances act in harmony with the laws that govern the female system. For the cure of Kid riey Complaints of olther sex this Compound Is unsurpassed. LYIMA E. I'INKHAMf* VEGETABLE COM POCXDIs prepared at 233 an J 135 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Price |L Slxbottlesfor |S. Bent by mall In the form of pills, also lntho form of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mm. Plnkhaxu freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph let. Address as above. Mention thit IXiper, So family should be without LTDIA K PIXKHAM'I LIVER PILLS. They cure coustipation, biUousnsss i and torpidity of the liver. 85 cents per box. gg- Hold by all Drngaists. "M Over sooo Druggists AND Physicians Have Signed or Endorsed the Following Remarkable Document: Messrs.Seabury & Johnson, Manufactur ing Chemists, 21 Piatt St., New York : Gentlemen For the past few years we have sold various brands of Porous Plas ters. Physicians and the Public prefer Benson's Capcino Porous Plaster to all others. V/e consider them ono of the very fuv/ reliable household remedies worthy of conlidence. They are superior to aU other Porous Plasters or Limuibutu lor external use. is a genuine i'arraar autical product, of the high.-bt order of merit, and so recognized oy physicians and druggists. When other remedies fail get a Ben son's Capcinc Piaster. You '.Till be disappointed if you TIRO cheap Plactcr3j Liniments. Pads or Elec trical Maori otic toys. ([ M.iniTil JILUY AT lltsT.TiK. itus". fl MEAD'S Mciicstcd CORN «.iJ BUNION PtASTEIL ARC h 1 TECT A c.M.BARTBERGEV I M \ 198 LIBERTY ST. B PITTSBURGH. ~P / J _ Dr. Frease's Water CureT" A health instilution in Its 2tith Jrcar. For nearly ull kitui of Chronic diseases, and espe cially the di-enpes ol Women. Invalids are in vited to correspond with 11s. Circulars free. Address, 8. FKEASE, M. I)., New Bricbton. Heaver Co., Pa lyjunea» Subscribe for the CITIZEN. B. C. HUSELTON. DAILY ARRIVAL OF ALL THE NEWEST SPRING STYLES IISR BOOTS AD SHOES. THIS IS THE LARGEST STOCK I HAVE EVER OFFERED AND Prices % Styles Defy Competition. Don't Fail to See this Stock and have Prices Quoted before you buy. UIGE STOCK OF LEATHER AND FINDINGS. .Repairing, —All Kinds Done at Reasonable Rates. B. C. HUSELTON, MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PA. 01ST JL/Y S2O. SINGER MACHINE • Equal to any Singer iu the Market. The above rut represents the most popular style tor the people which we otter for you for the very low price of $"2 O. Remember, we rlo i. .t ask you to pay until you have seen the machine. After having examined it, if it is not all \vc represent, return it to us at our expense. Consult your interests and order at 'aire, or send for circulars and testimonials. Address CHARLES A. WOOD & CO., Iso. i" N. Tenth St., Philadelphia, l a. mat 15,10t TIIE FAMOUS IjIDISON J MUSICAL TELEPHONE. You can Laugh, Talk, Sing and Play Tunes through It at a lo;ig distance. Children tliat ean read figures cau play tunes at once. The Tone is evuul to any Flute or Clarionet. No knowledge of Music required to play it. To enable any one, without the slightest knowledge of Instrumental Music, to perform at once on the Instrument, we have prepared a series of tunes embracing all the popular Airs, printed in simple figures on cards to suit the Instrument at a convenient distance from the mouth-piece, so that It ckn be easily read, and by means of which, any one, without t-he least musical knowledge, can perform on this Instru ment and play tunes at sight. Persons a little familiar with airs can play hundreds of tunes without any cards whatever. The Musical Tele pnono IN more wonderful than the Speaking Tele phone ;LS it does all that will do besides Instructing persons who do not understand notes to play tunes. "X. Y. SUN." The Musical Telephone is recognized as one or the most novel inventions of the age. "N. Y. HKKALD." I'rice 12 50. Price by mail postage paid ami registered $3.00. No instru ment sent by mail without being registered. Send money by P, O. order or registered letter. SPECIAL NOTICE.—The Musical Telephone can only be purchased of the manufacturers. The EDISON MUSIC CO., 215 and 217 Walnut street. Philadelphia, Pa., or through their several branch houses throughout the United States. IN ONE HOUR YOU CAN PLAY OX THE Piano, Organ or Melodeon, with EDISON'S INSTANTANEOUS MUSIC. To any child who can read numbers from 1 to 100 it is as plain as daylight. No teacher required. All the popular tunes. Millions of our pieces now in use. Never fails to give satisfaction and amuse ment. Complete instructions, with seven pieces of music sent hy mail for ONE DOLLAR. Send stamp for catalogue of tunes. To those who live in the country away from teachers tliev are a never-failing source of comjort. Agents wanted. For Si.oo we will mail you "EDIHO.V'H HKVIEW" for one year and one of Edison's Musical Tele phone's registered by mail. When• miermg please mention the paper yon saw this advertisement in. EDISON MUSIC CO. 215 & 217 Walnut Street, I'HII.ADKI.PHIA, PA. BRANCH OFFICES—2BO West Baltimore St., Baltimore, Mil., .'ton N, «th st., St. Ixjuis, Mo. 25 6th avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.,35 7 Washington st., Boston. Mass., 8 S. (jueen st., 1 Jin caster, Pa., Cor. tfth and Walnut,Camden, N. J. lni2 77c. BUFFUM & CO., CITY BOTTLING IfOHSE 39 & 41 Market St., Pittsburgh. Btf t Brai.da of Genuine Milwaukee, Cincinnati, and other BOTTLED BEERS. Bottled Soda, Syrupx, and the Genuine Imported Ales. Stout, and Ginger A leu. CaTStrictly Pure Goods for family use and med ical pmpoees. Send for Price List. Small lots iu two dozen caaes sent C. O. D. aprl9,3m Union Woolen Mill, BUTLER, PA. H. FCLLEKTOW. Piop'r. Manufacturer of BLANKETS, FLANNELS, YARNS, Ac. Also custom work done to order, eurb as carding Rolls, making Blankeu, Flannels, Knit ting and Weaving Yarns, Ac., at very low prices. Wool worked on the shares, it de sired. my7-ly C"7IA WEEK. Siu> a day at home easily made ®/£(',,Sily Outfit free. Address TKLK & CO. Augusta, Maine. mar29,iy Advertise iu the CITIZEN. Scobie, Harrison & Parker, DI AI.KKS IN and Fertilizers, NO, 125 I ibkrty Street, PITTS NCHFJIII PA. CKNKItM, AIiKXTS FOR Scobie, Harrison & Farker. STEELE H IRE ItAI I, TIES Always on hand. OTHER SPECIALTIES, Dedorick's llay ProsNes, The celebrated "Ooshen Pumps." Adriauce Single Reaper, Adriance Mower, "Aultinan-Tay lor" Threshers, Uuelier, Gibbs Co. Ohio Chilled Plows. Ilueher, Oibbs & Co. Imperial Plows, Chie ftain Self-Dumping Hake, lUiffalo Super Phosphate, Clover and Timothy, Garden Seeds. |Write for Circulars of any of the above, giving full information. ■ Siooo • Will lie paid if any Impurities or mineral ■ substances are found In Peihna. or for any | case it will not euro or help. EKSSSSS! Peuun.v Is purely a vegetable compound. I It is not equalled l>y any or allother inedl- I clues combined. This is strotijr language. a but it is true. 5E5E2352EE5555 ■ ■ Pkbuna is being more extensively pre scribed by lionest physicians than any other | half-dozen remedies known to the profession. % Pebcna positively cures consumption and _ all other lungand heart diseases. ISSSSSS m ' For Intermittent fever, chills and fover, • dumb ague, the infallible remedy IsI'IRUNA. B No matter what your disease Is, where lo- | rated, be you young or old, male or female, goat once for i'tnwi. 55E5SSS5H55SI - ' Tell your neighbors and your friends that Pkruna is the only remedy, and will cure 0 you and them. Bend for a pamphlet. Q 8. B. HA HTM AN 4 CO., Osborn.Ohlo. ■ Keep your bowels and pelvic organs regu- | lar with PERI7HA and JI4K ALIM FOR SALE BY zmnEBnAM A WULLEB BUTLER, PA. John Clark, Jr. &Co's BEST SIX-CORD FOR Machine or Hand Use. THOMAS RUSSELL & CO., SOLE AGENTS. PRIZE MEDALS OUANTKI) AT LONDON. PMITS, NEW YORK, VIENNA, PHILADELPHIA. CINCINNATI, And CHARLESTON, S C. FOR SALE 11V KITTEIt A liALSTOJf. UrANTED—One Good Agent in Every County " in this and adjoining Btatnn, to sell onr Family Bibles. Albums and other publications. Send for circular and securo a territory at once, HOME PUBLISHING CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. Apr 19.3 m. A CARD. To all who are suffering frotn the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, ear ly decay, loss of manhood, >fcc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREEOF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a mission ary in South America. Send a se.f-addresaed envelope to the Rev. JOSEPH T, IkMAN, Sta tion D. New York City. [9utsin TRAVELERS' GUIDE. BCTLKR, KIKSS CITY AM) PAKKEK RAILBC AD Train# leave Butler for St. Joe, Millers town Karns City, Petrolia, Parker, etc., at 7.27 a. in uirt 2.25 and 7.25 p. in. 1 rains arrive at butler from the above nftmed points at 7.17 a. in., ana 2.15, and 7.15 p. m- The 2.15 train connects with traiu on the West I'eun m id through to Pittsburgh. SHBVANCO AN II ALLEGHENT KAII.KOAD. Trains leave Milliard's Mill, Butler county, for Harrisville, Greenville, etc., at 7.50 a. ru. md 2.25 p. m. Trains arrive at Milliard's Mills at 1:45 A, M., ind 5:55 p. u, Hacks to and from I'etrolia, M:irtin^bur_ r , Fairview, Modoc and Troutuian, connect at Hil iiard with all trains on the S & A road. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Trains leave Butler (Butler or Pittsburgh Time. Market n t 5.W« a. in., goes through to Alle gheny, arriving at 9.01 a. m. This train con nects at Frceport with Frecport Accommoda tion, which arrives at Allegheny at 8.20 a. in., railroad time. Expreat at 7.16 a. m., connecting at Butler Junction, without change of cars, at 8.26 with Express west, arriving In Allegheny at 9.56 a. m., and Express east arriving at Blairsville at 10.55 a. m. railroad time. Mail at 2.26 p. m., connecting at Butler Juuc tion without change ot cars, with Express west, arriving in Allegheny at 501 p. iu., and Ex press east arriving at Blairsviilc Intersection it 5.55 p. m. railroad time, which connects w.'th Philadelphia Express east, when on time.' The 7.21 a. in. train connects at Blairsville at 11.05 a. m. with the Mail east, and the 2.86 p. in. train at 6.59 with the Philadelphia Ex press east. Trains arrive at Butler on West Penn R. R. at 9.56 a. m., 4.58 and 7.01 p. m., Butler time. The 9,56 aud 4.58 trains connect with trains on the Butler & Parker R. R. Main Line. Through trains leave Pittsburgh lor the East it 2.56 and 8.26 a. m. and 12 51, 4.21 and 8.06 p. m., arriving at Philadelphia at 8.40 and 7.20 p. m. and 3.00, 7.00 and 7.40 a. m.; at Baltimore .lboul the same time, at New York three hours !ater, and at Washington about one and a half boars later. Time of Holding Courts. The several Courts of the county of Butler commence on the first Monday of March, June, September and December, and continue two weeks, or so long as necessary to dispose of the business. No causes are put down for trial or traverse jurors summoned for the first week of the several terms. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BUTLER, PA. ~~RTP. SCOTTT - Attorney at Law, Butler, Pa. Office in Huff's building. Main street. ~~JOHN K. KELLY, Office with E. G. Miller, Esq., in Brady Law Building. augl7'Bl A. M. CORNELIUS, Office with W. D. Brandon, Berg Building, Juain Street, Butler, Pa. J. F. BRITTAIN\ Office with L. Z- MitcheH, Diamond. ~ A M CUNNINGHAM, Office in Brady's Law Building. Butler, Pa. S. H. PIERSOLI Office on N. E. coiner Diamond, Riddle build ing. novl2 JOHN M. GKEER. Office on N. E. corner Diamond. novl2 WM. H. LUSK, Office with W. H. H. Riddle, Esq. NEWTON BLACK, Office on Diamond, near Court House, south side. E. ITBRUGH, Office in Riddle's Law Building. S.F. BOWSER. Office in Riddle's Law Building. [marß'76 J. B. McJUNKIN. Special attention given to collections Office opposite Willard Mouse. JOSEPH B..BREDIN, Office north-east corner of Diamond, Butler Pa. H. II GOUCIIER, Office in Schneideman'u building, up etahe. J, T DONLY Office near Court House. ! - 74 W. D. BRANDON, 9b17-75 Office in Berg's building CLARENCE WALKER -- Office in Brady building- marl7—t FERD REIBER, Office In Reiber'6 building, Jtflerson St. apOly F. M. EASTMAN, Office in Brady building. LEV, MEQUISTION, Office Main street, 1 door south of Court Hoaf« JOS. C. VANDERLIN, Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House. WM A. FORQUER, taT Office on Main street opposite Vogeley House. GEO. IRT WHITE, Office N. E. coruer of Diamond- J. IX MCJUNKINT" Office in Schncidemau's building, west side of Main street, 2nd square from Court House. T.C.CA M PBELL, Office in Berg's new building, 2d floor, east aide Main st. ( a few doors south of Lowry House. marS—tf. ' C A. SULLIVAN, aiay7 Office S. W. cor. of Diamond. A. T. BLACK, ~ Office on Main street, one door south oi Brady Block, Butler, Pa. (Sep. 2,1874. EUGENE G. MILLED, Office in Brady's Law Building, Main street, south of Court House. 2Goctßl THOMAS ROBINSON, BUTLER, PA. JOHN 11. NEGLEY •yGives particular attention tc ransactiona IH real estate throughout the couu.y. OFFICE ON DIAMOND, NKAB COOKT HOOSK, IS CITIZEN KUIUHNG E. R. ECKI-ET, KENNEDY MARSHALL (Late of Obio.)j ECKLEY & MARSHALL. Office in Brady's Law Building. 5cpt.9,74 C. G. CHRISTIE, Attorney at Law. Legal business carefully transacted. Collections made and promptly remitted. Business correspondence promptly attended to and answered. Office opposite Lowry House, Butler, Pa. PHYSICIANS. JOHN B. BYE us, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, m>2l-ly] BUTLER, PA. Office on Jefferson street, opposite Klintrler'a Flour Store. DENTISTS. DBNTiBTRX. = 0 1/ WALDRON, Graduate ol the PhiL H adelphia Dental Collegers prepared a il«to do anything in the line of his profession in a satisfactory manner. Office on Main street, Butler, Union Block, up stairs, "P ll <£ cfi;i week tu your own town. Terms and rrve. Address 11. HAI.LKTT & C Portland. Maine. marauyo., MARYLAND FARMS.—Book Map free By C. V. SHAN AH AN, Att y. F»ston, Md Advertise in the CITIZEN.