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MISCELI jANEOIJ H-
A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY.
A New and Most Important
Theory on one of the Most
Vital Questions of the Day.
If anyone had informed Queen Eliza
beth iu lier palmiest days that she
could have been seated in her palace in
London and conversed with Sir Wal
ter Raleigh in his Carolina
home; receiving a reply from him with
in an hour's time, she would have de
clared it to be a miracle. And yet,
hai they lived in the present day, tLis
apparent miracle would most readily
have teen witnessed and not seem at
all strange or unnatural. The truth is,
new principles are coming into exis
tence, and the operation of many laws
unknown in the past is being fully un
derstood in the present. In no way
does this fact come more forcibly to
the mind than in the care and treat
ment of the human body. Millions of
people have died in past ages from
some insignificant or easily controlled
cause which is thoroughly understood
now and readily handled. Consump
tion during the entire past has been
considered an incurable disease. And
yet is demonstrated that it has been
and can be cured, even after it has had
a long run. Dr. Felix Oswald has
just contributed a notable article on
this subject to the Popular Science
Monthly. He regards consumption as
pulmonary scrofula. The impurities
of the blood produce a constant irrita
tion in the lungs, thus destroying their
delicate tissues and causing death.
His theory shows conclusively that
consumption is a blood disease. It has
its origin primarily in a deranged con
dition of the kidneys or liver, the only
two organs of the body, aside from the
lungs, that purify the blood. When
the kidneys or liver are diseased they
are in a sore or lacerated
state which communicates poison to
every ounce of blood that passes through
them. This poisonous blood circulates
through the system and comes to the
lungs, where the poison is deposited,
causing decomposition in the_ finely
formed cells of the lungs. Any diseas
ed part of the body has contaminating
power, and yet the blood, which is the
life of the system, is brought into di
rect contact with these poisoned organs,
thus carrying contagion to all parts of
the body. Bisbop Jesse T. Peck, D.
D., LL. D., whose death has been so
recently regretted, is reported to have
died of pneumonia, which medical
authorities affirm indicates a diseased
condition of the kidneys. It is well
known, moreover, that for several
years he has been the victim of severe
kidney trouble, and the pneumonia
which finally terminated his life was
only the last result of the previous
blood poisoning. The deadly matter
which is left in the lungs by the im
pure blood clogs up and finally chokes
the patient. When this is accomplish
ed rapidly it is called pneumonia or
quick consumption ; when slowly, con
sumption, but in any event it is the
result of impure blood, caused by
diseased kidneys and liver.
These are fact of science, and vouch
ed for by all the leading physicians of
the day. They show tlie desirability
—nay, the necessity, of keeping these
most important organs iu perfect con
dition, not only to insure health, but
also to escape death. It has been fully
shown, to the satisfaction of nearly
every unprejudiced mind, that Warner's
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure is the
only known remedy that cau cure and
keep in health the great blood-purifying
organs of the body. It acts directly
upon these members, healing all ulcers
which may have formed in them and
placing them in a condition to purify
and not poison the blood. This is no
idle statement nor false theory. Mr.
W. C. Beach, foreman of the Buffalo,
N. Y., Rubber Type Foundry was
given np to die by both physicians and
and friends. For four years be bad a
terrible cough, accompanied by night
sweats, chills, and all the well known
symptoms. He spent a season south
and found no relief. He says: "I
finally concluded to try Warner's Safe
Cure and in three months I gained
twenty pounds, recovered my lost ener
gy and my health was fully restored."
The list could be prolonged indefinitely
but enough has been said to prove to
every sufferer from pulmonic troubles,
that there is no reason to be discourag
ed in the least, and that health can be
—Was there ever so gross an in
stance of waste and miscalculation as
the New York State Capitol at Al
bany? It was estimated at four mil
lions of dollars; yet it has now cost
fourteen millions, and is not finished.
The National Capitol at Washington
is said to have cost twelve millions
Another Life Saved.
J. C. Gray, of Dancville, Ala., writes
I have been using Dr. Wm. Hall's
Balsam for the Lungs, and I can say
of a truth, it is far superior to any
other lung preparation in the world.
My mother was confined to her bed
four weeks with a cough, and had
every attention by as good physicians
as there are in the country, and they
all failed to effect a cure; but when I
got one bottle of your Dr. Wm. Hall's
Balsam for the Lungs, she began to
mend right away. I car. say in truth,
that it was the means of saving her
life. I knew of five cases that Wm.
Hall's Balsam has cured, and my
mother is better now than she has
been before for twenty years.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
Is the best salve for cuts, bruises,
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter, chap
ped hands, chilblains, corns, and all
kinds of skin eruptions, freckles and
pimples. Get Henry's Carbolic Salve,
as all others are counterfeits. Price
—The consciousness of wrong-doiag
is to the soul what a forgutten peg in a
boot is to the foot. You can't be hap
py until you do something about it.
—One voice all over the land goes
up from mothers, that says, "Mv
daughters are so feeble and sad, with
no strength, all out of breath and life
at the least exertion. What can we
do for them?" The answer is simple
and full of hope. One to four weeks'
use of Hop Bitters will make them
healthy, rosy, sprightly, and cheerful.
After they went fishing.
They didn't catch many fish, al
though they had a great deal of fun
and got themselves wet all over when
the log they had been sitting on rolled
! over and dropj)ed them into the water.
The biggest catch of the day was the
severe cold they caught from not being
properly dried when they came out.
i A. summer cold is quite as dangerous
as one in winter, but Perry Davis's
| I'aiu Killer is the sovereign remedy in
case of either.
' Sun, moon and stars forgot,
quoted a senior, as he flunked in as
"Five Dr,\i: no end of medicine: no
I relief. Dr Benson's Skin Cure has
driven away all eruptions and i n
nearly well.'' Ida C. Young, Hamil
ton, 111., Druggists keep it, SI per
A pig would seem the best sub
ject for medical students to experiment
on, as he could be killed first and cured
Dr. Motifs Endorsement of
Speer's Port Wine.
The celebrated Dr. Mott, of New
York, speaks wonders for Mr. Speer's
efforts to raise the Oporoto or Port
Grape Wine in New Jersey. The
Doctor has spent years in Portugal
and the wine districts of France, and
knows what he is talking about. Read
62 MADISON AVENUE,)
NEW YORK. >
MR. ALFRED SPEER. —Dear Sir: The
visit which I made last year to your
Vineyards, wine-presses and vaults at
Passaic, N. J., satisfies me thoroughly
that the wines produced by you are
pure and unadulterated, and the very
best that can be offered to the public
for medicinal uses.
Acting on my favorable impression
at the time, I have since recommended
the Port Wine; more particularly in
my practice, and am satisfied with
marked benefit to my patients.
There can be no better proof to the
doubting mind, an to the wine being
made of the finest Oporto Grape, than
a visit to your acres of land covered
with the vine bearing the luxuriant
fruit. Wishing you success in your
I remain respectfully youry,
ALEX. B. MOTT, M. D.,
Prof, of Surgery, Bellevue Hospital
Medical College, &c. f &c. For sale by
D. H. Wuller.
Scene at children's party: "Good
bye, Florie, must you go now?' 'Yes'm;
and mamma told me to say I've had a
very nice time."
—lf disease has entered the system
the only way to drive it out is to puri
fy and enrich the blood. To this end,
as is acknowledged by all medical men,
nothing is better adapted than iron.
The fault hitherto has been that iron
could not be prepared as to be absolute
ly harmless to the teeth. This difficul
ty has been overcome by the Brown
Chemical Company, of Baltimore, Md.,
who offer their Brown's Iron Bitters
as a faultless iron preparation a posi
tive cure for dyspepsia, indigestion,
kidney troubles, etc.
—The school book agont is just now
making it pleasant for members of the
school boards throughout the State.
Barrum is overjoyed with his acqui
sition—the baby elephant —and de
clares $300,000 could not buy it. He.
offers $52,000 for an insurance of the
life of the infant for 52 weeks. Sure
ly, if he knew the full value of Peruna
and Manalin, he would do no 6uch
foolish thing, as they are the most
successful protective medicines that
have ever been introduced to the hu
man family. No one can take any
disease while taking Peruna before
each meal, and keeping the bowels reg
ular with Manalin. Ask your drug
gist for the book on the "Ills of Life.
—So far, this season has been an
excellent one for hired men on the
farm. "More rain, more rest," you
Unless it had great merit Parker's
Ginger tonic could not be so popular.
Its sale has spread remarkably every
where, because invalids finds it gives
them new life and vigor when other
medicines fail entirely.— Ohio Farmer.
—Officer (to timid soldier): "Why,
Pat, you are surely not going to turn
coward?" Pat: "Why, shure, I'd
ravther be a coward for foive minutes
than a corpse for the rest of me loife.
—An attractive, youthful appear
ance secured by using Parker's Hair
Balsam to all who are getting gray.
—The remains of a man recently
killed by the cars at Allentown have
been identified as those of J. W. Drum,
a prominent architect of Pittsburgh.
—"Throw physic to the dogs" is a
command, disobedience to which has
cut short many a useful life The rem
edy called Wilsonia advertised on an
other page, strikes us as a most reason
Treatment by electricity has often
been found beneficial, and could it be
applied constantly might do more.
By the Wilsonia method, mild, al
most impreceptible. currents of mag
netism are constantly given, which In
an almost marvellous way restore
health. Its achievements in the East
are the uuiversal theme.
—A company in Pittsburgh has
subscribed $500,000 for the manufac
ture of the Love sewing machine, a
new patent, in that city.
—Peruvian warfare is said to have
descended to the point of sowing tor
pedoes in the roads over which Chil
liau troops are likely to march, in or
der that the feet and legs of the sol
diers may be mangled by their contri
vances without exposing any Peruvian
patriot to the chances of legitimate
Advance Step In Dentistry.
HAVANA, CUBA —The most popular
dentist in this city, Dr. D. Francisco
Garcia, member of the Royal Uuiver
sity, 6tates tl at in all cases of trouble
some neuralgia, arising from the teeth,
his patrons are recommended to use St.
Jacobs Oil, and the most satisfactory
cures have followed. It is a specific
for toothache, earache, bodily pains,
and proof against household accidents.
Mr. John N. Manger, I'ottsdam,
Pa., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters com
pletely cured me of dyspepsia and
"The colossal hyphen between New
I York and Brooklyn,"' is what the
sprightly New York S'ar calls the b g
"A Blessing in Disguise."
484 At>eli*hi Sr., Urookltn", N. Y., )
March 29,1881. i
J No family should be without Alleock's Por
ous Plasters; their healing powers arc wonder
ful and their eflicacy far-reaching and lasting.
For years I have 6een and kuown tbcm to cure
and relieve the most obstinate and distressing
cases of rheumatism, kidney complaint, bron
chitis, neuralgia, lumbago, inflamation of the
lungs and throat, paralysis, asthma, spinal
weakness, and coughs and colds. In my own
case they have afforded almost instant and
permanent relief. My lriends consider them
an Invaluable and speedy remedy lor all kinds
ot aches and pains. They are a blessing in
disguise; and no wife or mother should tie
without them if she values her peace and com
fort and freedom from nervous exhaustion and
other ailments. As a strengthening plaster,
also for backaches :.ud weaknesses, they have
no equal. I never yet found a plaster so effica
cious and stimulating, or to give so much gen.
eral satisfaction. Used in connection with
Brandreth's universal life.giving and life-heal
ing Pills, no OLe need despair of a speedy res"
taration to good sound health.
MRS. E. TOMPKINS.
If you have been using other Plasters one
trial of Allcock's Porous will convince you of
their wonderful superiority. Take no other so
called porous plasters that claim to be better,
they are all fiauds gotten up to sell on the
world-wide reputation ol the genuin# article.
To all those who are suffering from the ers
rors anil indiscretions of youth, nervou
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac.,
I will send a recipe that will cure you, tREE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rkv.
JosErH T. Inman, Station V, Sew York City
W /fROYAL nw&t
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesotueness. More economi
cal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold
in competition with the multitude of low tests,
short weight, alum and phosphate powders.
Sold ONi'r la cans. ROYAL UAKINO
POWDER CO.. 106 Wall Street, N. Y.
THE NEW PATENT
Stem Winding Open Face Case,
MANUFACTURED BIT THE
AMERICAN WATCH CO.,
This case is formed in one solid piece with
out joint or seam, opening in Front only, thus
avoiding the uoual cap, and securing greater
strength and durability.
These Watches are all open face. The bezel,
into which an extra stioug crystal is lilted with
au especially prepared water-proof cement, is
attached to the case by screwing it thereon,
und thus Jorms an junction with the
body of the case, which is proof against dust
To railroad men, travelers, miners, lumber
men aud others who are almost constantly ex
posed and who have to make frequent references
to the watch, these qualities are of the utmost
Tlie Following Letters Tell their own
"Valhosta. Geokoia, July 20, 1883.
"I sold ODe of your Patent Dust Proof Cases
about two mouths ago, und the other day it
came back to me with the request to make it
wind easier. On examination I louud that the
stem was rusty, and 1 inquired into the cause
ol It. The gentleman stated to me that he was
aUirlitig some saw-logs that had lodged in the
bend of the river, when his chain caught iu a
bush and threw his watch iuto about twelve
leet ol water, and he was about two Lours find
ing it. Whau he got il out it was running aud
nc thought all right. In about three mouths
he fouud that the stiui was hard to turu and
seiit it to me.
1 can cay that the watch is all that the com
pany claims for it and recommend it to all rail
road aud mill men.
B. W. BENTLY."
"Clinton, lowa, April 89, 1881.
"I wish you would send me a spring for the
Wm- Ellery Watch » « * By the way this El
lery Is a watch 1 sold iu your Screw Bezel Cnse.
to a farmer last fall- The tirst of January he
lost the watch iu the woods, aud louud it this
week iu about a foot of water. It had lain
three mouths and over iu snow and water,
with but slight injury to the watch—only a
C. S. RAYM3ND."
The above were very severe tests, aud demon
strate beyond a doubt, that fjr any reasonable
length of time during which a watch might be
under water it would receive uo injury what
We make these cases in both gold and silver,
and as a Perfectly Dust-proof Stem Wind
ing Wnicli Case, Challenge the Woria
to ]>i oduce its Equal,
For Sale by all First-Class Jewelers
cTH E CREATCUREU
o I roit |
| —RHEUMATISM —£
As it Is for all tho painful diseases of the •ol
£ KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS. £
O It cleanses the system of tho acrid poison I |
that causes the dreadful suffering which 3|
© only the victims of Rheumatism oan realise. I > I
£ THOUSANDS OF CASES □
J of the worst forms of this terrible disease •]
S3 havo been quickly relieved, and in short time JJ
« PERFECTLY CURED. ! ®
b PRICE, sl. LIQUID OR DRY, SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. LJ|
< 14- Dry can bo sent by mail. Irjl
WELLB, BICHABDSQy A Co., Burlington Vt.|H
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALF.
A VCRT COZY
Two-Storied Frame House
of six rooms, cellar, cut bouses and two
lots of xrouud in Butler will be sold ou reason
able terms. Cull at office of
F. M. EASTMAN.
Mar-Utf. Hutier Pa.
I » Tlit* only knuwo specific for Epileptic Fit*.
> ' Also for Spasms and Falling t>lckni».. Xcrvou*
Weakiu-ss it lnitantly rt-lleTeD and currs. Cleanse*
blood and quickens slugßlsh circulation, neutra
lize* trrrnn of disease and save. sickness. Cure*
[A SKEPTIC SAID]
' ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores. Eliminate*
Bo.ls, Carbuncles and Scald*. J3T"Pernianentiy and
promptly cure* paralysis. Tea, It Is a charming and
healthful Aperient. Kills Scrofula and £vU,
twin brother*, change* bad breath to good, remov
lng the cause. Bout* blllou* tendencies and make*
clear complexion. Equalled by none In the delirium
of fever. A charming resolvent and a matchless
> laxative. It drives Sick Headache like the wind.
| J iTCuQlalng no drastic cathartic or opiates. Relieve*
ilMllF RVFIO fl N fl IIF R(I Rm
» the brain of morbid fancies. Promptly cures Rheu
matlbin bj routing it. Restores life-ifiylrig proper
ties (o the blood. Is guaranteed to cure all nervous
disorders. gT'ReU&blc when all opiates fall. Re.
, freshes the mind and invigorates the body. Cures
, dyspepsia or money refunded.
Disease* of the blood own It a conqueror. Endorsed
In writing by over fifty thousand leading citizens,
clergymen and physician* In U. S. and Europe.
E3T"For sale by all leading druggists, f 1.50.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Medical Co. Props.,
St. Joseph, Mo. (3)
Charles K. Crlttenton, Agent, New York Citv.
DB. Tart:— Dearsir> For ten year* I har»
been a martyr to Dyapepai.i, Constipation and
\ Pile*. Last spring your pills were recommended
to me; X used them (but with iittla faith), lam
I- now a well man, have good appetite, diga*tion
perfect, regular *tools, piles gone, and I have
gained forty pound* solid flesh. Th' y are worth
their weight in gold. . _
V RBT. R. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
A TORPID LIVER.
'Pain in the Head, with a dnil■aniatlon
fnthe back part. Pain under theShonlder
blade, faUneß» after a dla
lnclinauon to exertion of body or mind,
IrritaßHTty of temper, tiow spirlta,
bf memory, with a feeling of having ne
lactad some duty. Wearineaa, Dizziness,
riutterUn of the lieart, I>ota before the
eyea.Taiiow gltin, Headache, ReiitlesE
nesa at night,'highly colored Urine.
IF THESE WARNINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL BE DEVELOPED.
TOTTS PILLS are eapecUtlly adapted to
sucheaiee.onedoaeeflrecta auclia change
of feellnc as to aatoniah ttae lufferer.
Try t lila remedy fairly, audron will
Ria » healtliy I>i«e«tiou, Vigorous
idy,l»u»% Blood, Strong Weryea, and
a Koond l.iver, Ir(ce, SS Cents.
Gray Hair and Whlikerl changed to a
Glossy Black by a single application of
till* Uj#. It imparts a natural color,
acts Instantansoualy. Sold by l>riur
glits, or sent by express on rocslpt of sl.
Office, 35 Hurray #t., S*w * ork.
I DB. TCTT'S JIASfAI. of Valuable\
I Information and mefnl Receipts will I
'beiraUed FB££on application. I
i Lumber Yard*
[ J. L. PURVIS. b- O. PURVIS,
S.G. Purvis & Co.,
MAIiU7A£THJ)BBO ND DBA.LBRB IB
i Rough and Planed Lumber
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
: Brackets, Gauged Cornice Boards,
! SHINGLES & LATH,
; PLANING MILL AND YARD
t Near German Catholic Church
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
In a SOLID GOLD WATCH, aside from
the necessary thickness for engraving and
t polishing, a large proportion of metal ia
t needed only to stifien and hold tlie engrav
ed j>ortions in place, and supply strength.
. Tho surplus gold is actually needless. In
s James Boss' Patent Gold Watch Cases this
I WASTE is saved, and POI.IDITY and
I STRENGTH increased by U pimple process,
s at one-half the cost. A plate of noLIB
GOLD is soldered on each side of a plate
' of hard nickel composition metal, and the
1 three are then passed between polished
steel rollers. From this the cases, backs,
centers, bezels, etc., arc cut and shaped by
dies and formers. Tho gold is thick
enough to admit of all kinds of chasing,
engraving and engine turning. These
cases have been worn perfectly smooth by
use without removing the gold. This it
the only case made under this process. Each
ease, is accompanied u-ith a valid guarantee
signed by the manufacturers warranting it to
wear 20 years. 150,000 of these Cases
now carried in tlie United States and
( Canada. largest and Oldest Factory,
i Established 1854. Ask your Jeweler.
The Boss watch eases with any kind of
movement desired, can be hai of
WATCHMAKER 1 JEWELER,
Main Nl., Butler, Pa,,
Opposite Troutman's Dry Goods Store.
Bovard, Kose & Co.,
lugruia, ila# aud Cottage;
Extra Ingrains and Tapestry;
Extra Tapestry and Body Brussels,
Body Brussels and Moquettes;
English and American Linoleum;
Lignums and Oil Clotbs;
Matting and Window Shades;
Rugs, Mats and Sweepers;
Plain Shade Cloths and
Fancy Hollands, &c., &c.
Bovard, Ross & Co.,
39 FIFTH AVENUE,
This elegant dressing
is preferred by those
who have used it, to any
article, on ac
It contains materials
«C/y only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Cray or Faded Hair
Parker's Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and is
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re
move dandruff and itching. Hiscox & Co . N.Y.
50c. and $1 »!*••, at dealer* In drags and medicine*.
A Superlative Health aad Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, era mother run down by family or house
hold duties try PARKER'S GINGER TONIC.
If you are a Lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental strain or anxious cares, do not take
intoxicating stimulants,but use Parker's Ginger Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
ism, Kidney Complaints, oranydisorderofthelungs,
stomach, bowels, blood or nerves, PARKER'S GINGER
TONIC will cure you. It is the Createst Blood Purifier
Aad the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
GINGER TONIC at once: it will invigorate and build
Jou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate,
t has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours.
CAUTION!—Rcfu<« all rcbttitates. Pvfctr's Glnfer Tonic to
composed of the best remedial ag*nU in tlie world, aadiaentirely
different from preparations of ginger alone. Send for circular to
Hucox & Co., N. Y. 60c. & $1 uzes, at dealers in drugs.
GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.
Its rich and lasting fragrance has made this
delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There
is nothing like it. Insist upon having FLORES
TON COLOGNE and look for signature of
on eeery bottle. Any druggist or dealer in perfuzu«ry
can supply vou. S5 and "5 cent sizes.
LARGE SAVING BUYING 75c. SIZE.
CIRCUI A F R°& SAMPLES 0F WORK
IN THE WORLD.
SEE IT I TRY IT I
AND YOU WILL BUY IT.
FOR SALE By
BERG & CYPHER, Butler, Pa,
Port Grape Wine
Us3d in the principal Churchea Tor Communion
Excellent for Ladies and WeaklY
Persons andtbe A^ED
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE
FOUR YEARS OLD.
This celebrated Native Wine is made from the
juice of the Oporto Grape, raised in this coun
try. Its invaluable
TONIC andSTRENGTHENING PROPERTIES
are unsurpassed by any other Native Wme. Be
ing the pure juicu of the grape produced under
Mr. Speer's own personal supervision, its purity
and genuineness is guaranteed. The youngest
children may partake of its generous qualities,
and the weakest invalid use it to advantage. It
is particularly BENEFICIAL to tlis aged and debili
tated, and suited to' the various alifpepts that
effect the weaker sex. It is in every respect tEtd
a Wine to be reliod on.
P. J. SHERRY.
The P. J. Sherry is a wine of Superior Char
acter and partakes of the rich qualities of the
grai>o from which it is made. For Purity, Rich
ness of Flavor and Medicinal Properties, it will be
foil: d unexcelled.
P. J. BRANDY •
This brandy stands unrivalled in this country
being far superior for medicinal purposes.
It is a pure distillation from tlie grape, and
contains valuable medicinal properties.
I has a delicate flavor, similar to that of the
grapes, from whicli it is distilled, and is in great
favcr among first -class families.
See that the signature of ALFRED SPEER,
Passaic, N. J., is over the cork of each bottle.
Sold by IX H Wuller,
AND BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
# \ 198 LIBERTY ST. J
PZTTOBUBOK. PA. .
KEYSTONE BOILER WORKS.
28TH AND RAILROAD STS., PITTSBURGH. PA.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOILERS
All Kinds of Boilers & Sheet Iron Work Made to Order
Oil Stills, Tanks, Rolling Mill Sticks, etc. Repairing done promptly. Correspondence
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER!
D. & F. S. WELTY having made important changes in their business location, now occupying
ISO FEDERAL STREET and 63 A 67 PARK WAY.
Rooms Nos. 65 and 67 Park Way have been fitted to suit our business, and are the best
lighted rooms in the two cities. Our new stock now opened comprises the largest and best
selections of Carpets, Wall Paper, etc., ever brought to the city. FOR 1"> DAYS WE WILL OFFER
50 pieces of TAPESTRY BRUSSELS at 50 its BODY BRUSSELS at $1.25.
VELVETS at $1.25. MOQTETTES at $1.25.
INGRAIN CARPF.TS from 22 cts. upwards. 3-PLY at !H) cts.
One Pair Curtains and one Cornice or Pole for $2.00. Wall Paper from 5 cts. per roll upwards.
Cioodnui Exceedingly Low I'riccsat
D. & F. S. WELTY,
120 Federal St., and 65 & 67 Park Way, Allegheny, Pa,
WHO It UNACQU AINTf 0 WITH TMt OCOURAPMV O? TMi« COON*
LL M t D Y
CHICAGO, ROCK BLIND & PACIFIC R'T
By the centra) position of it* line, connect* the
£aat and the Wcit by the shortest route, and car
nee passenger*, without ohange of cars, between
Chicago ana Kausaa City. Council Blufftt, Leaven
worth, Atchison, Minneapolis and Bt. Paul. It
connects in Union Depots with all the principal
lines of road between the Atlantio and the Pacific
Oceans. Its equipment is unrivaled and magmfl
cent, being composed of Most Comfortable and
Beautiful Day Coaches. Magnificent liorton Re
elining Chair Cars. Pullman's Prettiest Palace
Bleeping Cars, and the Best Lino of Dining Cars
in the world. Three Trains between Chicago and
Missouri River Points. Two Trains between Chi
cago and Mmncapolia and St. Paul, via the Famous
"ALBERT LEA ROUTE."
A New and Direct Line, via Beneca and Kanka
kee. has recently baen opened between Richmond,
Norfolk, Newport News. Chattanooga. Atlanta. Au
gfusta. Nashville. Louisville. Lexington.Cincinnati,
Indianapolis and Lafayette, and Omaha, Minneap
olis and- St. Paul and intermediate points.
All Through Passengers Ttavel on Fast Express
Tickets for sale at *ll principal Ticket Offices in
the United States and Canada.
Baggage checked through and rates of fare aL
ways as low as competitors that offer less advan
For detailed information, get the Maps and Fold
ers of the
GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,
At your noarest Ticket Office, or address
It. R. CABLE, E. BT. JOHN,
VUs-frs*. 4 Ocul M'c'r. Q«a'l Tkk & Fui. AgL
■ Star Beer Bottling Company.
CITY BOTTI.IKO HOUSE.
J. C. BUFFUM & CO.,Proprietors,
39 and 41 Market St., PITTSBURGH, PA
Bole Bottlers of Jos S-hiltz Brewing Co's, MIL
WAUKKE LAGtR BEER. Bchiltz' Export
Beer for Families a specialty. Importers and
dealers in Ales, Stouts, Ginger Ale, Siltzer
Water. Ac.. Syiups all Flavors. Manufaclurers
of Bottled Soda Water.
Try our Quart Pfnger 4' e ac d Champaign
Cider, made especially for family table use.
Send for Price List. P. O, Box S9B. Tele
phone aonneotion. apr2s,4m.
PURE WW? HQ
INDIA JL IsAiJ
From the &i?trk:a of ASSAM, CIIIT I'AGONG,
CACHAR. KA'NtiRA VALLE*. IMUJfCEL
-ING DEHRA DOON, ai;d ctiiefs. ' AWorutely
Pure. Superior in Flavor. The Most Econom
ical. Requires only half the usual quantity.
Sold by all Grocers. JOHN C. PHILLIPS &
CO., Agents of the Calcutta Tea Syndicate,
130 Water Bt., N. T. Novß-ly.
Are You Sick T
WILL CURE DISEASE
M They have been tented In over 10,000 A
A eases ol Catarrh, Dyspepsia, liisease oi P
G the l.iver and Kidneys, Nervous Debll- 1*
N ity, Spinul Diseases, Neuialgiu, Rheu- L
E mutism, Coubtipatiou (chronic), etc. I
T Read the testimony or ex-Postuiaster A
I N. C. Luther, oi Attleboro, Mass.: "1 N
C put ou the Appliances on 22d Maach, C
1882, lor Neuralgia of the Heart. My pliv- E
siciau told my family that I could not live, 8
as the d'sease was incurable. I suffered in
tensely and had to u?c amesthetics constantly.
Wouderlully have the Wilsouia lelieved me.
After gearing them for one year my confidence
in iheiu is fully established, both from my own
experiences aud from what I have seen of their
eflects ou others."
For further particulars, pamphlet, prices, etc.
Wilsonid Magnetic Clothing Co.,
25 East 14th St., New York.
PENN'A. CONSTRUCTION CO,
132 First Ave., PITTSBURGH,PA.
Bridges and Roofs,
Jails and Lockups.
Fronts, Column* & Girders,
Stairways and Beams,
Fences an«l C'ristings,
mar2B ; om
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
South of Court House,
MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PA.
All kinds of Pure Wines aud Liquors
always on bands, also Beer in
Tobacco and Cigaiv.
Union Woolen IMCill,
H. FULI.ERTOW, Prop'r.
Manufacturer oi BLANKETS, FLANNELS, YARNS,
Ac. Also custom work done to order, such a#
carding Rolls, making Blankets, Flannels, Knit
ting and Weaving Tarns, Ac., at very low
prices. Wool worked on the shares, if de
Adverts I" Uitizkn
Are of Every Day Occurrence.
Not a SIXGI.E INSTANCE ON RECORD in the
past 35 years where one of
BURGLAR - PROOF
lias been Broken open by Bur
glars and Robbed.
Hall's Siaudard Patent Fire-
Have NEVER FAILED to PRE
SERVE their CONTENTS
It is a well known fact that there is NO
SAFE made in the World THAT GIVES AS
GREAT SECURITY AS THE HALL'S SAFE
They always protect their contents.
PersoiiM having Valuables
should not be without a Hall's
Hall's Safe & Lock Co-
J. L. Hall, Pres't.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO
LOl T ISVILLE, SAN FRANCISC,
ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND,
The Only Sure Cure for Dys«
LIVER, KIDNEY, BLOOD
AND SKIN DISEASES.
No other remotly lias »o many and wrong Home
Call or Send for Pamphlets.
No other remedy eo fnllv and fairly challenges
public' trial and judgment aa
It is Warranted to Cure in Every Case.
Price, 25 nd 75 Cts. per Bottle-
PROF. DtT LAt'N
An Unequalled aud Unfailing Pemedy for all
Diaeaoea of the Throat and Lungs.
A Sure and Speedy Cure for Asthma,
Bronchitis, Colds, Coughs and Croup;
CONSUMPTION in its Early Stages.
fcWiie, JS and 75 Cts. per Bottle.
O. HOIDSTEIN. Propntor
Wocdbcry, N. J.
KirSold by Druggists and Doalers.
Bullock A Crenshaw, 528 Arch Bt., Phil*.
Jonns'on. Holloway A Co.. 60Q Arch St., Phila
Joe. L. VVuller, Druggist, Butler, Pa.
A Great Cause of Human Misery
18 Till: LOSS OF
A Lecture on the Nature. Treatment and Radi
cal cure of Seminal Weaknoss, or Sperma
torrhoea, induced by Self-Abuse. Involuntary
Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Debility, and
Impediments to Marriage generally; Consump
tion, Epilepsy and Fits: Menial and Physical In
capacity, Ac—By ROBERT J. OULVERWELL,
M. D., "author of the "Green Book," A.
The world-renowned author, in this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves from his otvn experience
that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may
be effectually removed without dangerous surgi
cal operations, bougies, instru
ments, rings or ooruials j pointing
out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by means of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may bo,
may cure himself cheaply, privately and radi
This Lecture will prove a lioon to Thousands
Sent under seal ju a plain envelope to any ad
dress, on receipt of six conts or two
postage stamps. Address,
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 ANN ST,, Npw YOMI, N. Y. ; P- O. Box, 460.
Da E. C. WwT'a Vnrn AXD Ba*ni timiin, a
guarnntwd «pccinc for Hy»t ? ria. Ptizlnew. Convulsions,
flit flcr. onV KauralgU. ) e»rt«ohc, Hcrrou. Piwtr*-
flonciu»rt b> th« u«< ot alcohol or VSakefuj.
■HS, Mental Depression, hoften:«(r ol the Br*ln irwult
biK in Insanity and Iradlnß to misery, di-cny and death.
Premature Old Aire. Barrenness, Lou of Power In either
sex, Involuntary losses and rsused by
over eiertlon of Uie brala. self abnae or orer-tadulirence.
One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains j<ne
month's treatment. One dollar a box, or six boxes five
dollars i sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. We juar.
antee six boxes to cure anrcase. With each ort*er re
ceived for six boxes, aeeompanied with five dollars. *•
will send the puirhaaer our written guarantee to refund
money if treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantee*
laiuM only by Jos. n«mln(, Drufiist, 84 Market St.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Urdus by mail at regular prices
"TH* BEST IS CHtA^tST."^.
fiovitr Hillan J
(Suited to all sections. Writs for r lUua. Pan^^y
aadPdow tolUeAultiaan A Taylor Co.,
P. A W. K. R. Time Table.
The morning train for Allegheny leaves Butler
at 8:19, liuHer or Pittsburgh time, arriving
there at 10:3<J. city time. Thin train connects at
Callerv Junction with the mail train of the
Pittsburgh division, going west, which arrives
at Harmony at 9:48, Zelienople at 9 S'J and New
Castle Junction at 11. 11. R. time, where con
nection is made with trains on the P. A L. E.
: R. R. for New Castl9, Yonngstown and other
I points north end west.
Tlie'mai; train for Allegheny, leaves Butler at
i 11:07, Butler time, and connects at Gallery
Junction at noon with the Callery accommoda
-1 tion, which arrives at Allegheny city at I:4G, p.
1 M., city time.
i The evening train from Butler for Allegheny
leaves at 6:03. Butler time, and runs through to
, Allegheny, arriving there at 8:16. p. M.
Tlirough trains from Allegheny to Butler
i and Foxburg. leave Allegheny at 7:*41, A. h. and
■ 4:15, p. M .. arriving at Butler'at 9.46, A. M., and
6 21, p. M.. Butler time.
The Callery accommodation leaves Allegheny
at 10.01, city time, and connects with the mail
on the Foxburg division, which arrives at Butler
at 12.56, local time.
Trains leave Butler for Foxburg and interme
diate points, at 9.53. A. M. 1.46 and 6.21. P. *.,
arriving there at 11.59 A. M., 4.20 and 8.25, P.
M., R. R. «ime. and connect with the trains ou
the Pittsburgh, Bradford and Buffalo R. R.
West Peun Tline Table.
Trains leave Butler (Butler or Pittsburgh time.)
Maiket at 4:41 A. v., goes through to Alle
gheny, arriving at 9:01 A. M. This liala, when
on time, ronueots at Frecporl Accommoda
tion, which arrive# at Allegheny at 7:55, city
Express at 7:16 A. M., connecting at Butler
Juuciion, without change of cars, at 8.21 with
Express west, arriving in Allegheny at at 9:31
A. v.. and Express east arriving at Blairsvllle
at 10:'-i8 A. M., railroad time, where it makes
close connection with Mail train east.
Maii at 2.41 p. M., connecting at Butler Junc
tion without change ot cars, with Express west,
arriving in Allegheny at 5.01 P.M., and Express
east arriving at Blairsville Intersection at 6.25
p. M., railroad time, which connects with
Johnstown Accommodation and Philadelphia
Trains arrive at Butler on West Penn R. R.
at 9.4 A. M„ 4.46 and 5.21 P. M., Butler time
Sbenango «& Allegheny R. R.
Passeuger trains leave Billiard at 7:25 a, m.
and 2:30 p. ui., arriving at Harrisville at 8:07 a.
in. and 3:30 p. m., and at Greenville at 9:05 a.
in. and 6;10 p. m.; a passenger train leaves
Coaliown at 12:25 p. in. and arrives at Green
ville at 3:15 p. in.
Trains leave Greenville at 7:00 a. in , 11:35 a.
m. and 4:00 p. in., arriving at Coaliown at 10:15
a. m. and at Billiards at 1:45 p. m. and 7:15 p.
m. Train No. 7 which leaves Mercer at 9:24 a.
in. and arrives at Hilliard at 12:15 p. m. will
carry passengers between those two points only
Time of Holding Courts*
The several Courts of the county of Butler
commence on the Hist Monday of March, June,
September and December, and coutinue 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.
EN. LEAKE, M. D.,
• Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Union Block, and residence in
Ferrero hi «<e, Butler, Pa.
Oct. 25, I^B2.
JOHN E. BYERS, ~
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
my2l-Iy] BUTLER, A,
Office on Jefferson street, opposite
Klinjyler's Flour Store.
IBA 9 what fun you can have
■ W [fl mw (K* with our new false lnous
irlfcH JJ W Just the thing
VS# II for a little harmless mas
querading. These mustaches are made of the
best material, with genuine hair and wire attach
ment, and when worn cannot be told from a gen
uine mustache. Boys and young men can have
lots of fun hy putting them on in a crown of
friends who will be greatly astonished at the
transformation. We will send you a mustache for
only 5 three-cents stamps (15 cents), or a mus
taelte and jtoatee for 25 cents. There are three
colors—light, uark browe and black. State which
color you want. Address HUDSON MANI'K OTCR
mu t 0.. Astor Place and Broadway. N. Y,
■ till AAlfthat will send us th«
fl IH I II Rl b names and address of 10
fill I UI*L °f their friends, and en
close 20 cents (in stamps) to cover expense of
packing and i>ost;ige. we will send them for their
trouble any of the following wonderful books :
"Beady-made Autograph Album verses," "Ball
Room Dancing Without a master," "Foatulie
T. riliiii made easy "The mystery f>f lpyp jrtakln#
solved, or "The American Husiness man." WB
make this liberal offer to get names to send our
new, manmoth. Illustrated W page Catalogue to.
Don't fail to send for our catalogue. Address all
Hudson Manufacturing Co.
Astor Place & Broadway, New York.
(Agents Wanted A For Tbe
INTERPRETED, By Rev. H. W. MOItKIS, D. D.
The grandest object of Creation is the SUN.
Centre of Life, Light, Heat. Attraction and
Chemical Action. ITS NATURAL WONDERS}
AND SPIRITUAL TEACHINGS are alike mar ;
veloue, and make a book of absorbing and in?
tense interests. The great problems of
Material Universe unfolded and illustrated:
NATURE SHOWN TP BE A REVELATION Of
GOD IN THE NOBLEST ANP MOST PER
FECT SENSE. Highly commended. "Every
fact of nature is made to repeat some lesson of
His gospel."—N. Y. Evangelist. "Both scien
tific and devout."—Rev. A. C. George, D. D.,
Chicago. "A startling revelation concerning
the wonders and glories of the Son."—Elder J.
W. McGarvey, Lexington, Ky. "Interesting,
instructive and very suggestive.''—Bishop Jag-
Sar. of Ohio. It sells fast and pleases all. Aa
ress. J. C. MeOUKDY A CO., Philadelphia,
Pa.; Cincinnati, O.; Chicago, 111.; or St. Louis,
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
fi OF INGLESTON
make the season or ISS3
H at the stable of iluljan A: Ciark,
* WBPi 11 one mile e:ist of Prospect, These
interested in heavy draft horses will find it to
their advantage to call at my stable and sec (tie
horse and his colts. The Earl is oue of the
finest stock getters ever brought to Butler
county. See bills or addrms
JULIAN A. CLARK.
mayL3 2a. Projpect, Pa.
IMPORTED CLYDESDALK STALLION
Will bo found at the stables of Robert Hessel
gesser, near l<e:isurevllle, Wlnfleld twp., Butler
Co. PH.. during the season. U>rd Clemis, a beauti
ful dark bay, with two white feet and star in fore
head.broad and squarely built,flue bone and mus
cle and shows the stock well. Hair ou the front
of the shin seven inches long and thirteen on the
back of the faotlock.
E.VIJI. OF SKI KLITK Is a light bay, three Wh.to
feet and white fate, '.veil sha-ped. Miort ba-'Jf,
long quarters, heavy bone, shows (he blood wpn!
These horses were imported by Robert
gesser in 1882, and are registered animals ill tlia
Clydesdale Stud hooks in Scotland, and the books
can be seen at .Mr. Hesselgesser's.
Also, PIUNCK KU.IIAKK, a three-quarter Cly
desdale, will be kept at the same stable. lAll-3in
THE TROTTING STALLIONS.
J. Golden and Gen. Grant will make the season
of 1883, at Butler, Butler county, Pa.,
XEAIi TIIE WICK HOUSE.
Tlio«e interested in tint horspg wul Ufid it to
their advantage to call for terms. See bills, (jf
address, J AS, S. HAYES, Butler, Pa,
SOLDIERS HO! LOOI#
Send for oor new circulars containing matter of
utmost Importance to all ex-soldiers or their belrt.
Penalooa, Bounties, Pattern Claims,
MeraeClaims, and all others against tbe Govern
ment promptly and faithfully attended to. Address
with stamp W. H. WtLLK * CO.,
Lock Boi 4M Waahlttea. B. C.
HI a _ J Mechanics in sbops, lactor
w an tea
World tells where work can be had. priced paid, tad
all tbe news; shows bow banks and corporations top
the poor; how U-xlslatures and politicians arc con
trolled by capitalists | bow public lands an stolen
by railroads; It denounces child labor, orison con
tract labor, and allfonns of oppression ; It contains
reading for old and young; established i years;
• weeks free ; send us « cents to pay for mailing,
and we will send the Labor World on trial t weeks
Ir A^drcss ol LABOafwOIUJ*, Philadelphia, Pi.
To canvass for the sale of Nursery Stock. Unequaled
facilities. .Noexperience required. Salary and ax-
MEN AND WOMEN a^ t T|
gsTGood Salary aud Expenses Paid.
OUTFIT FREE. Noexpericnoe needed
IA.MKS K. WIIITMKV,
Nurserymen, Hoclieaterj H. i
AGENTS Wanted nffiS
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