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THE CURABILITY OF CON
SUMPTION.
The popular belief iu the fncurahil
itv of consumption now peenis to he on
the road to complete overthrow. This
change in sentiment has not been
brought about by any new method in
treatment, nor has there been a per
ceptible enlargement in the number of
the now living, who can claim that
they have had, and that thev have re
covered from this disease; but the evi
idence upon which the revision in
opinion is based, is even more conclu
sive than that which could by any pos
sibilitv be obtained from cither of these
two sources. It is simply this, that
pout mortem examination* have rc
vr-aled the fact that pulmonary phthisis
is a complaint of much greater fre
quency than bus been commonly sup
posed, and that multitudes of people
have had the disease and have been
practically cured of it, who have never
so much as suspected the cause of their
niness. In a series of examinations
made some time since at the hospital
at Edinburgh, it was found that the
lungs of not less than one-third of those
who died when over forty years of age
were in a condition that could be ac
counted for no other way than by the
supposition than at some period in
their lives consumption had existed,
and had afterward been checked or
cured. Portions of the lungs had been
destroyed, but the cavities formed
had been healed by the contraction
and adhesion of their walls, or the dis
integrated substance had been shnt in
by the formation of a fibrous tissue. In
the records of pout mortem examina
tions at the Salpetriere Hospital at
Paris, a similar experience is found, ex
cept that in this case the age was ad
vanced to sixty years and over, and of
this class more than one-half were
shown to have suffered from consump
tion at some period in their lives.
There may be nothing new in this to
well informed medical men, but to the
non-professional reader the information
cannot fail to be reassuring. The dis
ease is to a great extent hereditary,
and there arc doubtless many people
who every now and then are visited
by the gloomy thought that they are
liable at any time to fall victims to
this deadly inheritance. If these can
be made to believe that they have al
ready passed through the ordeal, a
supposition which, in the majority of
cases, would probably be a true one,
no slight addition will be made to the
sum total of buman happiness.
A COLORED man who had contracted
a debt some years ago with one of our
merchants came to town yesterday and
called on his creditor.
"Didn't you 'gplain to me dat if I
settled dat account you would give me
a 'lowance ?" said the darkey to the
merchant.
"Yes, I did say so, Sam," said the
merchant. "If you are ready to settle
your bill pow I will make a good allow
ance," and the merchant waited for the
colored individual to pull out his
pocket book.
' Well, sir, I hasn't got de money jes'
now, but I thought I'd come in and
get de 'lowance; my wife wants a
shawl."
THE disease known as "mad itch,"
is really erysipelas, which is an inflam
mation of the skin, accompanied with
fever. In cattle the disease usually
efTects the head and neck, and the irri
tation is so violent as to excite frenzy
in the animal. The cause is a diseased
condition of the blood, which may arise
from malaria, impure water, indigesti
ble food, or from contact with diseased
matter with open sores or wounds. The
treatment is to clear the system with
cooling purgatives, doses of sixteen
ounces of Epsom salts are usually
given, and to use antiseptic medicines,
as hyposulphite of soda, in one ounce
doses, continued for some weeks. The
diseased skin may be washed with a
solution of sulphate of zinc (white vit
riol), one drachm to a ouart of water.
—Out of season—An empty pepper
box.
—Thieves work on abstract princi
ples.
—Never keep a chalk account with a
milkman.
—The fancy penman's business is
flourishing.
—Women's silence is like gold—
very scarce.
—A petrified body indicates that a
man is stone dead.
—Flat irony—Knocking a man down
with a railroad spike.
—A deal of money has been made
on the ryes in whisky.
—"Up one day and down the next—
The weights of a clock.
—The greatest boon to the nnirnal
kingdom—The baboon.
—Were the dead languages killed
by being studied too hard ?
—The best way to snub a man of
of doubtful credit is to take no noto of
him.
—The thin man who has fieen fat
knows what it is to live in reduced
circumstances.
—lt must have been very slippery
weather when the prodigal returned,
a.4 it is recorded that the old man "fell
on his neck."
—"I alius takes things as they
come," remarked the tramp, as he
lifted the apple pie that had been left
out of doors to cool.
—"Py schiminy, how dat poy does
study de langwidgcs!" is what a de
lighted elderly German said when his
four-year-old son called him a blear
eyed son of a saw-horse.
—A gentleman Iraveling in Ireland
said to a very importunate beggar,
"You've lost all your teeth." The
beggar quietly answered, "An' its
time I parted with 'ein, when I'd
nothin' for 'ein to do."
—When little Washington said to
his pa, "I cannot tell a lie," the old
gentleman turned pale with astonish
ment and grief. "Why, you young
rascal," he exclaimed, "that's the big
gest one yet."
—"lf Lincoln had not died," ex
claimed a political orator, "what would
he have been to-day ?" "Alive!"
sadly ventured a timid-looking man
on a back seat, and the tide of elo
quence was momentarily checked.
—"I wonder how the world will
get along without me, when I am
gone!" said a conceited man. "Well,"
responded a friend, "I'll tell you how
you can get an id«a of it. You just
go and stick the point of a needle in
the ocean and withdraw it, and see
how much its missed!"
N 10 W I;
BOOT: SHOE STCIR
I
1> I «» BLOCK,
t
t
Main Street, - - - - Butler, Pa.
_______ 1
Se.-s.-a.fflT
Has received his entire stock of Fall and Winter
BOOTS and SHOES.
As I have an annsuallv lanre anil attractive stock of 800 TS &
just opening, embracing all the newest style-', I invite the attention and close
scrutiny of buyers.
Men's Kip and Calf Boots very cheap. Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Button, Polish and Side Lace Boots in endless variety, and at bottom prices, j
Reynolds Brothers' celebrated fine Shoes always in stock.
Parties wanting BOOTS & SHOES made to order can do no better than
by me, as I keep none but the best of workmen in my employ.
I also keep a large stock of LEATHER and FINDINGS.
|Cgr"*All goods warranted as represented. A L. It Pl* 8* «
CARPETS! OIL CLOTHS! MATS! RUGS! STAIR RODS
a; KEW STOCK! NTBOT STOCK! >
H r:
| HECK & PATTERSON S p
j NEV CABPET 8008 !
P NOW OPEN!
g Qti® Doop South af Qlothlng House, b
Duffy'* sSlo<;k, »*pt2o-tf Butler. Pa. 3
ISdOHHIYXS iSfXIH iSMVW iSH.LUTO r IIO iSlflciaVO
THE WHITE
Sewing I^acnike
THE BEST Of
Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construction,
Unprecedented in Popularity,
And Undisputed in the Broad Claim
or arma tmi
VEKY BEST OPERATING
fiVICBCST SEtWSG,
HANOeOXEST, AWD
Most Perfect Sewing M&okine
IS THE WOULD*
TIM arast popularity of the WhHa !s ihe motl con-
Mnelng tribuu to If* excel'ence and superiority
ovtr other machines. and in submitting It to the
trade we put It upon Its merits, and in no Instancs
ha* It eser yet failed to satltfy anyrecommendation
In Its tavar.
Tha demand tor tha Whita hat Increased to such
an ax tent that aia ara now compelled to turn out
JL Canpltto S«-wrt*ie *<«au=lil»»
arvmry anali%-j.t»» In
t3a* 4»3r to a-vxpyJy
tlio dLexxMuaa.l
Every imehlna It warranted tor 3 years, and
sold tor e- ah at liberal discounts, or upon easy
payments, to suit tha convenience o! customers.
WAOWIB WA««J~iw~UWOCCt»?I*I> tKKTSST.
WHITE SEWINQ~MACHINE CO..
Nt 368 Euclid Avs., Cleveland, OMa.
VO.V JoiIXNO.7, Ajjt'nt.
Offltu nt Volley'* Bakery,
, ecptß-Om BUTLER, PA.
Don't You Do Itt
DON'T BE SO FOOLISH AS TO BUY
AN OLD STYLE
Sewing Machine,
No in filter how treat lift name, or tiow loud
Its prctrfifioiiK, when lor li as
money jon can ({ft
The Beat Invented
n* well n*
The Latent Improved,
i
TUP. SELF THREADING
; Dauntless!
The only Mat-blue made which lias
~ r Shuttle, Take- U/> and Tensions
Entirely Self- Threadirnj.
The DAUNTLESS also make* I lie most pi rfect
Jx»'k-Btit< h, ha* the mom Intr nions sepn
rstle Bobbin-Winder, lar/;e»t Arm Space
and Wide Feud, Hri plext Mi thaii
' lam, moat atyllah Furniture,
and
Handsomest Plating and Ornamentation In
the Market.
| It Sews Anything ! U Beat* Ev< rythlnjr!!
It Pleasce Everybody ! ! !
1 ipyriewlmf Machine Dealer* everywhere will
' find It to their interest to order Ihe Dnuntleae,
' and i(i l Factory Price*. For terra#, terrliory, j
X<\, apply to The Dunntle** Meiiufiicturliiic
' Com puny, Norwalk, 'Jlil'J, or to
I L. 11. BLAGLE,
Jylfl Hin Eaat Brady, Clailon Co., Pa.
Wtxtbeic Citi***: J§a*l**r, |l*.t 3hmw**T| X, tSB(L
h h.ii it will co ftithout Basting
Tt will sew orcr unoro euriaces as well as
1 11 v.-m tew over ae.-ims In any unrmenl, without
n allnclCßgCV short sttlch », breaking of thread,
I rptulrerlDJf the livingof thecnoda at the »c:un,
rxjuirimt.oa»tstance from Ihe ojicrator, cxiej.t
to mn t'*o wsch'.ie an«l to guide tho work.' \
p.fitit which no other mn< Nine puncme*.
lti«th*oniy practical machine lor hemming
bit* »!•»■ i i«, poplin*. niu'lins, and other rlml.ar
c«k!*w Ile-ut 1 :•* re, and it la Iho only mat hi no
In Ihe W.JI it that * i.l turn a wide hem errors the
t-r.-d • f a aheet without fulling the under or upper
Selo of Ih ; hem. --- ,
l'. i/!!l lurna hern and scwin nlold stonooper
nt»tvl'l do feltlnc, l-'aa or rtra!;;l:t, on any cotton
It vl 1 It'll arrona peamson any row's.
It v HI hind di t-as (' 'ids with ll osamo or < iher
matf-i-.1, ti'.hcr scallopa, pointa, Mjuarefc or
wtthret sbowtos the atltchea, and
sow rn at liieaeaie I me.
It w''l P'it '-a drciw braid andtowi i fatlnjft
and a rU ne np< ration. * Ithoiit drawing
eifli»T<lrc »«, lira id orakirt, end *ltbout rhowlnf;
Ibo »t I■' hon r'|btrid«.
J'oid Ilea triuimiug and sow cn a', oneojK-ra-
MaVe Bill'lners' folds with different colors and
X'i'.i-».nrl ;,-otKisfttotiaoperation, and new ou ut ifce
(amet'n.o. . ~ '
Jt will tiT7 in a alpeve, corerlng a cord and
r'.'tch!"' i '.!• t»>theaeam at the «am« lime.
Hrlllplhir wl'.hnntaswtngo". It wlllgalher
ar l r \7 on 11 Ihe- •ame time.
11 will j*al lier l>etWsen two banda, showing the
tfcheaon l!tor:cht side, at one opera! lon.
It v. ill makoand aew a rnflto on any part of a
<• Hsklrt, and WW on a hlaa fold for heading at
c operation, ahowlug the atltches on tho right
* It wtll pethcr ar.d rrwrti a blind with piping
l.r'wccn r.iffloaid hand, at of.o o[>cratii n.
It will row a hand and rufileon adr' »e arlrt,
rtilchlng In |.lpli:g at hood of hau l, at one opcr-
L iTw'tt rneke plaited trimming either straight
or eeillnpe I. . „ ,
Mike plaited trimm'ng either ecallnrwd or
''rauht and aew r>n a imud, and edf;e stitch tho
li -d, nt on" operation.
It wli' one operation for earh Tenetr,
trilhonl l#>ting. execute•.:! praclh el \ ar'eli'-s < f
rufllto;'. twelve more t' au cn !*• prmloce I
«.ii env other in xhiuewilh tha arnne number of
oprntle-nn.
It dues not change lencth of ctltrh on i- roii
w rk. .
11pew* from Iftro to le«ther without ng
t••hrb '-r fenntoo
Kverf m»chln« l« for flfe tres. i inn
tr" , » Ik- k(*r*f '*i ret arn li«© «>f finite to ti»© pur
- - or. ft \ I.E HY—
• "1
. Grrieb,
ni TLKR, PA.
I Sate iSay and Uvei^ire
u In W'irld lur 31, ivlu'. filwnw,
I niitbi't'**, i«nfl tl.l. 14l«liir*, Mvfr, and
T« Htlriioui»i:.Hor fir* hlghost ordor In proof
of the-«<» etuteiniMitJ*.
r ' For tli * nire «»f rail for War
mrr*m ttnfe i-m l ure.
*■ ft For tho euro of nn«l Iheoth^r
<II*M c? ill for H.o iifr'n Halo Hi<ln«*y
r.Mtl Islvert tirf*.
WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS.
It Is tho t>*»eit ||]»*>«! I*c«rlfJor. nrirl fttimulnto*
ovi-ry fnnetlofi *o mor* l»* •Ithful action, and
Is thus li benefit In nil (Unfit < <4.
It r uif"* Nfrnfoloa*! «n«J «»t hr>r Mkl>« Y",na|>-
HIM) fiis«*a*e< iin luU.ii.j ('ituctm, t>l
frn, »iii'l other Nurm.
l),T«p«>|Mln, WfnkiifM of Ihf Rlomfirli,
l<»ia, h17,/iiif«H, Urnri'sil lli hll
ll.r, eto., nroenre 1 by tho Huti- Billrrn. it Is
iifiof|tntlor! mm an npp« t z*»ran?l r» tonb*.
I».)ttles of two ilxes ; priret. MN*. uml
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE
Q lirklv i;Iv0*1 VU**tt mi»l Rlffp t»» th«SuflV*rh»f,
rur*»«i il«Mul.t« ltc Atitl KnaaiilKls, prt-ventn
I pllopf If* liu, Hint relieves Nrnoitt Pro»-
tmll«i n hrouif.it f»n by exc*«*Kv|vo drink, over
work, mental shocks, and other eatises.
Powerful fis It Is to stop pain and soothe dls
tnr»K'd Nerves, It n»*ver Injtires tho nynt«*m t
whothor taken in mnnil or largo dose*,
itottles of two Hiz<t«; prlt es, llOr. and #I.OO.
WARNER'S BAFE PILLS
Arp an Immediate and active stimulus for a
»» tlrrasi*. Dr«p«pst», fill
ItiiuMii, Bilious Dlsr-
Ko «tf»rr Pills reqtilrr -neli
««rh. I'rlw Wr» rim. a b»i.
In Iriltlse e»rrytifc»r»,
I'WfflfttW.
EOOH EBTER, N. Y.
C / f»»r PiasfhM
fiMHBHtttaHHP
__ LIVEUY.
LIVERY STABLE!
Having 1 the l.ivery Stable
-V f.jrn-crly occupi. d by Oe< rgo
6j\ n. Waiter. In the rear of the Vo
|l geley House, Butler, Pa., and
removed
ALL MY STOCK
to it, including Horses. Carriages, Bnggie>>, Ac.,
the public are solicited to give me a call.
All mv stock is iu fint-el&es order, and per
sons wishing to hire will be accommodated oil
the moot reasonable termi- and at the shortest
notice. [oc22-3m] OEOKOE BAUER.
Livery, Feed and Sale
HTAI fLK,
{':inningli:im St., neir Heinetnan's Bookstore,
CUTLER, PA.
A '.irge unaiber of firai-cI.iM litr" nnd
liortes nhv.ivc <>t: hand, iiorces fed at reasona
ble rates. Horoca bought and sold.
DAVID CUPFS, PROPBIETOB.
igy Persons desiring ci nveynnce by the Buss
c ii tare their orders at this stable.
jnl\3otl _
It. n. ( OCHRA*,
Livery, Sale, Feed and Exchange
STABLE,
Rear of Dowry House, - - BUTLER, PA.
june4-ly
It-. -,ts Over 800 agents are nowmakln? irnm (• I
to -15 a day. fiend stamp for particulars. Addrca*
AU:.NT.i' HLiiYLD, Bos H. Philadelphia, Pa.
FREE GIFT!
Address AGENTS' lllilt.VLD, Lox IS, Hiiladclp:;! •.
AGENTS! READ THIS!
We v. ;!l ray Age. '■ 1 a *"'- r y or o!!o\v *■ larne com
c;hslon la sell o * new and woiidoriul In*
vulioni, Vic iiicun what we my.
ty hanin'o free.
AGEViV i : I; x B, Philadelphia, Pa.
IPCUTC ' rr.llt :; h< »t.i; d (kutert-iellliif
Audi I O pictorial Subscription Dooka
.... mjrrrv fa & Bible*. l.ou no time , as the
WAII 1 1J demand la H.vp'.y irrunfnf, and ter
ritory being i-p!d!y tnkcu. Will ouWfll mir
othc r bcX«. Vhe great, t opportunity ever off. red
to pcrte. h out of employment or who de
§lre to r.dJ t • t ' -r Income by enn 'gins in nn *'" n "
oraTiZe r.:.d i>:-olital>2o bnnlness. I"r.ces re
duce dfro:a i)S»M> 1 rcent. Addroaa
AGE., i i* HERALD, Box B, 1 hlladelpUa, Pa.__
fPW vrWO Waro at Munuhc-
J3JLA.7 af £s£a turera'CoiitPrlcea.
The nttrr wort'ileaanon of the Bluff aovcrtirtcd hy
a r.amber cf Cms In ?:ew York, Cincinnati and
Boston.cotn ryU the v.orld-renownedTremont Spoon
Co of 1'! i adcSnhla. to cfT. r < very one sample scti
of ttalr Ve y Best Warn at prices much lower than
any j-welerpayi f irtaem at wholesale. Wo make
tMs offer for a short time simply to Introduce ocr
"Hone" and "Olive" Brands
Plated Ware se:,t at following rates: 'iVa
(Trns, Sl.no d >z.; Tul;'c«poorn, $2.00; Fork',
f..00; Bu-.ter Knives, f1.75; ST" Shells, $1.3;
Pl-tci! Btcel Knlvi s, SS.'.i: Tipped «rrman
Silver TaMespnnuii, £2.75; 'lraspoons, sl.£o;
plain ii. K. Table?;*ma*, Si.SO; Teaspoons,
{1.40. G -.ds sent prepaid oa receipt of money or
'"'KEXIONT KPOOX CO.. Box B, Philadelphia. F.\
§ Sample by Hull For 25 feats.
Titer are made just like any
pood Caster, irood llrl tiiuiiU
l!etal,irood (lint* god Bottle*.
K»ery Anent can easily sell
25 gross of theaa perfect
Toys, hrfors Christmas. JnU
tlm article for ConnterSlores,
Agents nml Street men. 1 d<>-
ze.i by Expressfl .iO. 1 gron
hy Kxpres* $'4.00. Be also
have a Coll npslii* Cap, w jlch
telcsropes tujtettacr and car
be carried la Ve»t Pocket.
Saaiple liy Mali Hoc. I duiea
by K*j»ress sliJ, 6 <!o/. by
Express*B4.oo. Alltlieabov#
roods nro novel, atlrnrtlie,
hl -lily pollsheil and nlil sell
raiilil lT. Address plalalr,
TIIKJIOST RPOON CO.,
Box B, Philadelphia, i»V
FL&NIH'i MIU
AND—
Yard !
J. L. PURVIS. L. o. rURVIS.
S.G. Purvis & Co.,
M4*UrACTIIBBI(S ANI> KEAt.RKH in
Bough and Planed Lumber
OK EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FRAMES,
MOULDINGS,
SASH,
DOORS,
Patent Moulded Weatherboarding.
FLOORING,
SIDING,
,BATTH 'S
BRACKETS
urn! S-.roll Sawing of every description
Gauged Cornice Boards,
Cornice Moulding
PORCII I'O.STS,
STAIR RAILS,
Newell Posts and Balusters
FENCE, PALINGS, Ac., Ac.
MICHIGAN SHINGLES,
IJnrn Hoards; Plastering Lnth ; llen>
lock Hill Stuff, such as Joint Raf
ters, Scantiinc. Ac., all sizes
constantly on hand.
ALSO,
RIG STUFF
AND
TANK STUFF
lor oil wells.
All of which we will sell on
reaHonable terms ind guar
antee satisfaction.
PLANING MILL AND YARD
Nnitr tirrmnn Cutliolle Cliurcli
.TanH., 1H77. Iv
15. lloeHwiiij;',
|Hnocemw>r to A. C. Boesaing A Bro.)
DEALER IN
Groceries,
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, OIL,
—AND—
Anthracite Coal.
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID IN
FOR GRAIN OF ALL KINDS.
•epftf
liavc a FARM or Village IX)T, requiring
ftSV » J j'|V
$2,000,000,000 1
( TTO nouMtnd Million T)ollnv nre expended in
FENCING. T'> fence oar ncv Wrxtem <VIJs
MiIIC..SI :i» innihmorc. Every FARM »n«l Vil
lage IjOT Owner, KAST. WKST, and SorTH,
iHtrrertetl. To fence i WO-arrc Farm eo»t» 9100
to StTUO, and for R SOJCitt) Vi!l:.zo I.ot to }
«!<» !. Wood fences noon d c i.v. Dnt a New
Era nallii: d. Ny new invention". '
HTEEI. and WON are toeni>plant WOOD, g
f.irniailing better. Cheaper, and Inrttng Kenee». a
The 30ih Volume of :lir Amerienn Agrleul- \
turlMt (for 19*1) now beginning, will pive very
mncii Information a'-out new Fcncinc. with many
Kngravinca. iThe Number for !>*;:. l»t lias *4l
engrain** " f Barbed Fencing, and mucli iiitereit
hvs matter. Sent post-paid lor 15 rent*.)
rW To every one Interested In FENCING for
n FARM, or Village I,OT, Hie 3titli Volume
of tbe American Ayi'lculturUt will he worth
Ave time*. If not a hundred times, Its oi.iall cost. (
ntJT, besides the above Important feature, the
American Agriculturist will glte a very great
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and II«uaeliold (Children Included)-and over
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Illustrating Lubor-tatina, Laborhflplng contriv
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9 "Sour Rtomaeli, T>ad breath, inrticention
and headache t:isiiy cured by Hop Hitters.
"Study Hop Bit ters lxit>k«i,u!«c the med
icine, bo Aviso, lu ullhy ai.'l Luppy."
"When life is a drnc;. and you have lost
all ho]>c, tiy Hop Bitters."
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Hop Bitters—rely ouii."
" Hop Bitters does rot exhaust nn 1 des
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dice, Hop Bitters l ci.iuv. s easily.
"Boils, Pimples, Frerkles, IJough Bkin, [
eruptions, i;npuro blood, Hop B:itei"scurc.
"Inactive Kidneys and Urinary Orgmis |
cause the woist of'diseases, UIKI 1I«>p IJit
tei'B cures them aii."
•'More health, sunshine and j>>y in Ilopl
Bitters than in all other remedies." |
Hop Cough Cure and Pain Reliof isV
the best. |
rOK BALM BT A LI. l>l:t OOIKTS. |
E. GKIEB,
DEALER IN FINE
I Watches, Clocks, Jewe!ry,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, &C.
ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY.
MAIN STREET, (North of Lowry House,) BUTLER. PA.
KW* WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED, AND WARRANTED. -«i
DR. R. I. WILSON'S PILLS.
(■t-OAB-OOATICD.)
Wo Kuariuitw ttiniu iflcnrs
HEADACHE
In <*v«*ry liiHtuncf; HIHO,
rn T- »»F Nfoiniu'H IIIMI IIOWCIK, If
ftllKhtly linllniMWcl.liuloni'or twonJllmir®
ntH'f *utry to airoril iilmiwi liuni salute r«-
ilPl IH»V#t Oinhj tried, you will
nt*v<*r do without tlicm.
Fh1.1»«*•*!«»<• k llro*., f'it.t»lMir||h.
Ifyour DRUXTFUF <IO< M riot k»»i»p WE
will hoihl on<! hot on tin* i♦' I'lpf of 'Z»
or five hoxo!» Utr one dollar, postage pala.
BUTLER
Lumber Hard and Planing Mill.
H. BAUER & BROS.,
JKPFKRHON ST.. - IJUTLER, PA.,
MANUrAOTUItRHS OF
Doorn, Sawli, Frames, Blindu,
Molding of all dencriptioim,
Brackets, Patent Molded
Weatherboard ing,
Mill Boards, Flooring, Palings,
Stair Railings, Balusters of
every style, &c., &c.
Circular Moldings Made to Order,
*!/»», lIRAI.KHI IN
Lumber, Plank, Shingtn*, Lath, ItO,
>plß-1y
B. C. HUSELTON
Will continue to sell for the next THIRTY DAYS, his entire stock of
BOOTS & SHOES !
JL T
Old Prices!
TRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU !
/
Boots and Shoes have advanced 25 per cent., hut you will recollect no
advance on Roots and Shoes at R. C. HITS ELTON'S as long as this present
stock remains. Now is the time for BARGAINS. Do not put off buying, •
hut moke your purchases at once, as this stock is being rapidly closed out at
Th.es© "V"ery Low Prices!
An enormous stock of Men's, Boys' and ouths' Kip an 1 Calf Boots,
Women's, Misses' and Children's Kip" and Calf Shoes. Old Ladies' Warm
Shoes a specialty. An elegant stock of Slippers for the Holidays. Large
stock Button and Side-Lace Shoes, all kinds. All of this stock is very prime,
and will warrant all goods to be just as 1 represent them. I don't sell Split
Leather for Chicago Kip. Customers can rely on buying, that no misrepre
sentations are allowed in my house. All kinds of
LEATHER and FINDINGS.
JjgT'All kinds of repairing done at reasonable prices. Call and examine
stock and prices.
WHO 13 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOORAr HY CFTHiS COUNTRY, WILL SES
nv Er.AlAlj4l.vC "i it 13 r/iAP, THAi" THE
CHICAGO,' HOCK ISLAND & PAGiFiC R. R.
IS LINK BETWEEN THE EAST AM)TIIE WKSi !
It*! ft in liti'* ■l'wfnwiClii "u'nt II l!li:lTa !'MCivIN (, » SAIGON v.hcro y»»u c:ut enjoy your
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b, mi'lfttl 1 nt'JiU < f ll*i t*'l.4 nttu lowa, Itino of ,\t cop .rtt. BLITPS, with I'm l*u< Ilk? 11. It.
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VA •. CA :im «.»•■- m i ctmiwut* i,»KS MOIMM, COVXCIK* BLI ti
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Pot* l.tfor'u- lloii »; * olil.-tlnublc ait your lu>in«* lit lo l o.ilre. uildrcHit
-" .• K. ST, .IOUN.
lifii'l iitti i'lintundent. Oi?n*l TUt. ami IV' - 'rr Avt .
( l.i' V - "I
BARGAINS FOR DECEMBER IN
Dress Gcods, Furs, Cloaks and Dolmans.
CvTOwine In ll.e f»< t thkl iioporUirx and msu- Tliri'c < nw» 4«-lnrli F uidi Hlmk (ioodj, Ar
nfuctmeiH nin.l ".■lin I r«|>*rutioii« to oliow nmriv, F. klnn, Uortlo .Vr,, liom v to »1.60.
riuon uftcr tli« llixt of Hm incoming year, i-priiig All-woi-l MIIII i xtrj vnlutt.
utocks f, r early wln»le»»lo l>uyon>. «i« « POIIHO-
f|neiifo tliey »m obliicil to «-I«»H onl tin ir Knll . ... .... ~, _ |K i i| r ,. glM .ctlvly, In
S3 St i! A ii ..ii»
anil uitli .n 1 " i. r „„ r ihai. iiH.ial th.'V « l.iilwili. ( i Uc», mid uio bttiitiilua iiiiKUiposccd.
« aW?iWiS"4. 4 ».
dabk'heavy dress fabrics
—ANI»— sl, liru ImrKiiiuß ol moio lli:in uamil luUicrt lo
HIOH COST NOVELTIEB.
In fart nicli r.«lnction« in i.nme iimtanooa liave , Extnl VB ; U( , m . |( k Cn. t u« r» Unlr ntid Silk
been Jn*tly ternii il n*rrillo«». Ilaviiif advan- w CaKlnncn f, nnd Mourninv (toodo.
1 agnoimly availed otir».elve« of llieao cfferiiiUf. it luck (ji,|.„-d I'KKIN
to an unUKUally l»rt;« exlent., wn nri-vm!
to olTur tlm lHrfr«-M| linn of ItEAL lIAItOAINH I > . _ j ()l
IN IHIKSH OOOIJH ever delayed in onrHtoie ,„i'.i.• \ IIP Mil K4
ItooniH. We enuiuerato a f«w cattos of special HLAt K HliOv. VDh Ml.lv ,
InlereHt. . _ ! At *1 W pcr.mrd, In vory cliolec new pnt
-0110 cm*© 42-iiifli Novel lien it Ri>c.» rcttilwl t tcfin*, n«»l all frllk, lit t po a proportion
tblii Boanon at <"l 50. ! .m, :t. in mnki' them very pri'tly mid desirable
(>llO rawo 4(i-iiicli at sl. r« tailed Own w>«w>n at ,
tl.ro. l.irtc I""' new Itluck nnd Colored Hrocudo
One cane 4#-lnrli Milk and Wool lianuß tne g(|| t< f,;i |,j Tio per yiird.
Broclie Htripsit and Noveltiwi. aiworteil. at *1.61; III,ACK DHKSH BII.KS,
retailed thin a«ai«>ii *t 92.80. I-HI'IIP VU lil{K-'4 Mi R. J
One ct«e 24-in.h Hit in Moire Holid Colored CO!.OI.KI> UKfc » Ml K ,
Htrii»e BuitinKa. WX >.. about half price At prlcci. in mcunlmn c wii'i 0111 *ell.ki»nwn
Two oa»W 24-ilicbexira line Frenili All-Wool mini 11 of pr.'tlt* nl OV- to $1 per yard,
Mhoodab Okitlm. at tbe ipinarkably low pric. of () |' the licm known iinkva.
85e. per vaid. in twelve choice aliadew, good* NKVKK BEFOHK
that are cheap at WK- .t any t.mo. „, IVI . W( . „„ 1„ W •. line ol Ladle' and
y»?d,"»"gTl.er" with an eiceeiliiiK rl.nice f't.x'k MIW Cl.mka, ,r ;""
American l)re«* Good- from Hto USr. ler yard. *ll .VI up to lie «i e.t Bc,il or Sllk Kur-II .id
l.ar«e lot good l»ik l'laida for ocnimon Onrmeiita and Circu'ura, of ull grndia, nnd
Hobool at H.-. and 10c. per .ard. j dark.
Flannele, Ulanketa. Ilo«ieiy. Oloree, Winter Underwear, F.itigea, llnMona and Silk lUi.dkor
' chief" and Muffler*, in largo aa»ortment! !
EOGGS Ac BUHL.
11* & 120 KKPEKAL STKKKT, ALLKUHKNY
RYCKMAN, DAY & CO.,
Ull SHORE HMDS,
BROCTON, N. Y.,
MANur*«Tt iiKHM or
I'aro Native Wines,
Still and Sparkling Wine.
ANII
Brandies from Native Grapes
Out wince lire put lip In choice p ieknre*, nnd
lire gu.iro,toed to IH atri.dard goods and give
millKlnctloii.
<1!. I;TZI;I<. A^IH,
fj.it BVTLtu. rt
JjPATC II M
For mending Tin. Ilraae, Cojijier. I.ea<l
m m or Iron witbont acid or eoldering iron. L
M Any lady or cbikl can mend wiib it. ■■ 1
■■ Wiil aenil one Hample I'late by mail L
' ' (with direction.) that will cut 111/ » k
ft Inch K.inare pateheß on receipt of '/»
H for *l. HKi for *1".
' ' (.t.miH. received a« ea.li ) AUKN I M
ft WANTED. Can cairv one day r Htm k r
in vonr ivH'ket. Ralea will yield ♦!) to
916 Iter day. Our 111 page IlliiHtr.ted
A Catalogue of Chroino-. Jeweliy, Nov- pm
, ell lea. Stationery, AC., KItKK
V Addreea „ „
Qcrnr NOVRI.TY CO.. UJ
III) Honth Nth HI., l'hiiailelphia, I'a. m .
Mention thla p»f«r. k J
the ukeat cjauhe
HUMAN MISERY.
Jntl Published in a Srtilcil rnrrlo/w. I'riir II ctt.
I A I.rOTIJHIt "N TIIB NATUHR, TItKATMKNT,
I AN!) IUI-K AI. euro ol Hvmlniil Wenkncs*, or
' Hpern Morrliion, Induced by Hi ll AliUM', lnvol-
I untnry Kinlmlon*, liupotcney, Nervous De
bility, nnd Impediment* t» Mmrl IJCO (fMiimlly ;
('uiifunii ilou, Kpllspcy, nud Hi#: Mental mid
I'l<>K I'-:iI Incitp.iclty. tic. lit KOHISIU J- CUb
j VEKWEIX, M. I) , author of the "Gioen
j HuoU
The woiltl renowned nullior, hi tI»U mlinlrnble
| Lecture, elenrly prove* Ironi hi* own experience
Hint the MW'UI com" i < nl Wclf-Ahui>E inny
j lie i tli i liir.ilv remove! without incilkiii •, mi >
without clnn'({frou« Kiirulctil operation*, l>uunle\
Incli it'i < lili", llliK*, 1 iTilliili"; f'oliillii" cut a
! u.cde ill cure nt once ccrliilii and eflcetuil, t>y
which every Mitlcrcr, no matter what hi* contll
lloii limy i» . limy cure himself chcn|ily, |»rl
| viilcly nnd nidkally.
fig Thit In l»ri " ill i>i i>< rii limn tv tJmutnHili
! iiml l/wuiatii(»,
Hi nt under urnl, In » plain envelope, lo any
midic««, fiiist/mirf, on receipt of *lx cent* or two
|»«"
! Addre** the l'uMl*hcr*,
Tli» < Mlvriwclt Mf(Ill-Hi Co..
•41 ANN Nr., NKW VOIIK, P. (). Hut 4riHfl.
I »l'l' 'y
IX)H naij:.
f.'i will hny » one-btill Intercut In t» irood hu*-
Ine** In ritlttiurith. One who knows some
llilny about In iinlit ir preferred. An honcat man
wllh I lie ulxire umount will do well lo uddrr**
l.y Idler. SMITH JOHN*, cure H. M .lumen,
W Lniartjr utrent, Fhlibtriik, l'«- |wwi*l|
t*, on t week In your own town. I'errn* and $5
, ?<><) outfit frn»'. Addro«H H. I' U.LHT .t Co.,
Pottlknd, Miin*. (Ineß-1*
Tluic of HoldiuK CourlM.
Hie i-evrral Couita of the county of Butler
oomuMuce on the tirst Monday of March. Jnue,
September md Dtcrubei, tud continue two
weeks, or so long s..- necessary to dibpt w; of tLe
business. No causes are put" down for trial or
traveree jurors summoned for the first week of
the several terms.
County Ufflcer*.
President Judge—Kbenezer McJunkin.
Additional Law Judge—James Bredin.
Associate Judges— R. Storey, W. W. Dodds.
District Attorney—Win. A. Forquer.
ShciitT—Wni. 11. Hoffman.
Prothotiotury—Alex. Russell.
Register ami Recorder— ll. H. Gallagher.
Clerk of Court*—W. A. Wright.
Treasurer—A. L. Craig.
Commissioners—J. C. Donaldson, Jonathan
Mayberrv, James Gribben.
Commissioner*' Clerk—S. McClvmonds.
County Surveyor—James M. Dennv.
Jury Comm'rs—J. W. Monks, Hugh McCrea.
Coroner—J. J. Campbell.
Auditors—ll. L. Hockenberrr, J. D. Kamerer,
J. K. Cashdollar.
JAMES J OAMPBELL,
«•«»«■ ~mm a jp.*- «"■ m ■*«»
Office in Fairview borough, in Telegraph
Office.
janls) BALDWIN P. 0.. Butler Co.. Fa.
F£HUIH AltMOlt,
Justice of the I^eace,
Main street, opposite Postofflce,
jlyltt ZELiENOPLE, PA.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW*.
2 BUTLER, PA.
A. M. CUNNING HAM,
Office in Brady's Law Building. Butler, Pa.
S7H. PIERSOL. ~
Office on N. E. cot nor Diamond, Riddle build
ing ;novl2
JOHN M. GREER.
Office oil N. E. corner Diamond. novl3
WM, H. I.USK,
Office with W. H. H. Kiddie, Esq.
NEWTON BLACK, -
Office in Pirft National Bank Building.
E. I. JIRUGiT,"
Office in Riddle's Law Building. ;
S. P. BOWSER^
Office in Riddle's Law Building. [niairi 76
j7 B. MCJUNKINT
Special attention trlven to collections Olllos
opposite Wlllard House.
JOSEPH B. BREDIN,
Office north-east corner of Diamond, Butler
Pa.
II 11. GOUCHEK,
Office in Schneideman's building, up stalls.
J. T. DONLY
Office near Court House. r 74
WTD. BRANDON,
ebl7-75 Office In Berg's building
OLA R EN CE "WALK ER,"
Office in Bredin building- tnaili—- t
FKKD KEIBER,
Office In Berg's new building. Main street.aptUy
F. M. EASTMAN,
Office in Bredin building.
LEV, McQUIS'I ION, -
Office Main street, I door south cf Court House
JOS. C. VANDERLIN,
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court nouse.
Win A. FORQUEIi,
CiT' Office on Main street, opposite Vogeley
House.
GEO. R." WHITE, ~
Office N. E. corner of Diamond
FUANCIS K PUUVIANCBT
Office with Gen. J. N. Purvianco, Main street,
south of Cotut House.
j. i) MCJTTNKTN,
Office in Sclim-ldcinau's building, west side ol
Main stieet, 2nd square frotu Court llou^e,
A. «. WILLIAMS,
Office on Diamond, two doors went of CITIZEN
office. ap2tf
T. O. CAMPBELL.
Office in Berg's new building. 2d floor, east
side Main at., a few doors south of Lowrj
House. marß—tf.
r, A. A M. SULLIVAN,
may 7 Office S, W. cor cl Diamond.
BLACK 2 BUo„
Office on Main street, one door south o*
Hrady Block, Butler. Pa. (m-p. 2, 1*74.
JOHN M MILLER & BRO
Office in Brady's Law BuiMing, Main streot,
south of Court House. El'uknk <l. MILLRII,
Notary Public. lun* ly
THOMAS ROBINSON,
BPTLBB, PA.
JOHN H. NEGLEY,
tUTOives partioular attention tc transactions
In real estate throughout the county.
Ornor. on I>IAHONJ>, hbar OooiiT House, in
Ci-risen snumw
E TT K< Kl.nr, KENNEUT MOHUU.
(Late of Ohio.)
ECKLEY & MARSHALL.
Office In Brady's Law Building, Scpt.o,74
C Q. CHRISTIE,
Attorney at Law. Legill business carefully
transacted. Collections made and promptly
remitted. Business correspondence promptly
attended to and answered.
Office opposite Lowry House, Butler, Pa.
MISCELLANEOUS.
W. M DAMB,
HchonMoii Block. Bradford, Pa.
EDWAIii) McSWEENEY,
SMETHPOIIT, I'A.
Collections made in McKean, Venango, Butler
and Clarion counties.
SOT MILES,
Petrollu, Butler county, Pa. |)n3
WILLIAM It. CONN,
Office in Brawler House,
GREECE CfTY. |Jnnc7-lf
M. a BENEDICT,
jam! tf Polrolia, Bntlor co.. Pa
HOTELS
A&tor Place Hotel.
KUHOPKAN I*I,ATS.
Astor Place, 3rd Ave. & Bth St.,
(Oppo lie Cooper Institute,)
]V«w M.in.+ym
Best location In Ibo city. Elevated Kallnrnd
and live other lines ol ears the door.
Booms M) tents to per dry. By the week
$'J nud upwind*.
OPEN ALL Via in. npiWtf
WILLAKD HOUSE,
Main street, near Coutt House,
BUTLER, PA.
GEO. W. CAMPBELL, - - - PHOIIUKTOB.
<fc,TGi>od stabling in connection.
EITENMILLER HOUSE,
On Diamond, near Court House,
MM'LEB, PA.
11. EITENMILLER, - - - Pmoiitirroß.
Thin house ha« been newlv furnished anil pa
pered, anil the accommodations are good.
Htaliling in oonneetion.
MIIKKIKF.It lIOUNK, ~
Main street, Butler, Pa.
JOHN F. HACKETT, .... PROP'*.
This old and established Hotel has recently
been titled up in modern style, ond is capable
of accommodating a large number of guests.
Terms niiMlerate. (iooil stabling attached.
National Hotel,
COBTLANDT BTBEET, Nr. AH BROADWAY,
NEW VOHII,
IIOTCIIKIKH A I'OND, - - Prop'rs.
ON THE EI'ItOPEAN TLAN.
Tbe restaurant, cafe and lunch riHim attached
aro iini«iiri)ai<s«l for clieaimesw and excellence of
service Booms 50 cts. to fl i»>r day. J.'l to ♦lO
l>cr week. Convenient to all ferries and olty
railroads. N»w FIJHI»ITUHK, Naw MAMAOC
MKNT. Janlft-ly
11KNKV O. UALK,
FIHE MERCHIHT TIIIOR,
COB. PENN AKII HIXTH HTItEETH,
PiU»buryh, Pa

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