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MISCELLANEOU H .
A Remarkable Statement Fully
Confirmed by three Import
An unusual article from the Roches
ter, N. Y., Democrat and Chronicle
was published in this paper recently
and has been the subject of much con
versation both in professional circles
and on the street. Apparently it caus
ed more commotion in Rochester, as
the following from the same paper
Dr. J. B. llenion, who is well known
not only in Rochester, but in nearly
every part of America, sent an extend
ed article to this paper, a few days
since, which was duly published, de
tailing his remarkable experience and
rescue from what seemed to be certain
death. It would be impossible to
enumerate the personal enquiries which
have been made at our office as to the
validity of the article, but they have
been so numerous that further investi
gation of the subject was deemed an
With this end in view a representa
tive of this paper called on Dr. llenion
at his residence, when the following in
terview occurred :
"That article of yours, doctor, has
created quite a whirlwind. Are the
statements about the terrible condition
you were in, and the way you were
rescued such as you can sustain ?"
"Every one of them and many addi
tional ones, Few people ever get so
near the grave as I did and then return,
and I am not surprised that the public
think it marvelous. It was marvelous."
"How in the world did you, a phy
sician, come to be brought so low ?"
"By neglecting the first and most
simple symptoms. I did not think I
was sick. It is true I had frequent
headaches ; felt tired most of the time ;
could eat nothing one day and was
ravenous the next; felt dull, indefinite
pains, and my stomach was out of order,
but I did not think it meant anything
"Bat have these common ailments
anything to do with the fearful Bright's
disease wbich took so firm a hold on
"Anything ? Why, they are the
sure indications of the first stages of
that dreadful malady. The fact is, few
people know or realize what ails them,
and I am sorry to say that too few
physicians do either."
"That is a strange statement,
"But it is a true one. The medical
profession have been treating symptoms
instead of diseases for years, and it is
high time it ceased. We doctors have
been clipping off the twigs when we
should strike at the root. The symp
toms I have just mentioned or any un
usual action or irritation of the water
channels indicate the approach of
Bright's disease even more than a
cough announces the coming of con
sumption. We do not treat the cough,
but try to help the lungs. We should
not waste onr time trying to relieve
the headache, stomach, pains about the
body or other symptoms, but go direct
ly to the kidneys, the source of most of
"This, then, is what you meant when
you said more than one-half the deaths
which occur arise from Bright's disease,
is it doctor ?"
"Precisely. Thousands of so-called
diseases are torturing people to-day,
when in reality it is Bright's disease
in some one of its many forms. It is a
Hydra-headed monster and the slight
est symptoms should strike terror to
every one who has them. I can look
back and recall Lundreds of deaths
which physicians declared at the time
were caused by paralysis, apoplexy,
heart disease, pneumonia, malarial
fever and other common complaints
which I sec now were caused by
"And did all these cases have simple
symptoms at first?"
"Every one of them, and might have
been cured as I was by the timely use
of the same remedy—Warner's Safe
Cure. 1 am getting may eyes thor
oughly open in this matter and think I
om helpiug others to see the facts and
their possible danger also. Why, there
are no end of truths bearing on this
subject. If you want to know more
about it go and see Mr. Warner him
self. He was sick the same as I, and
is the healthiest man in Rochester to
day. He has made a study of this
subject and can give you more facts
than I can. Go, too, and see Dr. Lat-
timore, the chemist, at the University.
If you want facts there are any quanti
ty of them showing the alarming in
crease of Bright's disease, its simple
and deceptive symptoms, and there is
but one way by which it can be es
Fully satisfied of the truth and force
of the words, the reporter
bade him good day and called on Mr.
Warner at his establishment on Ex
change street. At first Mr. Warner
was inclined to be reticent, but learning
that the information desired was about
the alarming increase of Bright's dis
ease, his manner changed instautlv and
he spoke very earnestly :
"It is true that Bright's disease has
increased wonderfully, and we find, by
reliable statistics, that in the past ten
years its growth has been 250 percent.
Look at the prominent men it bas car
ried off: Everett, Sumner, Chase,
Wilson, Carpenter, Bishops Haven and
Peck, and others. This is terrible, and
shows a greater growth than thsit of
any other known complaint. It should
be plain to every one that something
must be done to check this increase or
there is no knowing where it may end."
"Do you think many people are
afllicted with it to-day who do not real
ize it, Mr Warner?"
"Hundreds of thousands. 1 havp a
striking example of this truth which
has just come to my notice. A promi
nent professor in a New Orleans medi
cal college was lecturing before his
class on the subject of Bright's disease.
He had various fluids under microscopic
analysis, and was showing the students
what the indications of this terrible
malady were. In order to show the
contrast between healthy and un
healthy fluids, he had provided a yial,
the contents of which were drawn front
his own person. 'And now, gentle
men,' he said, 'as we have seen the un
healthy indications, I will show you
how it appears in a state of perfect
health,' and he submitted hivt own fluid
to the usual test. As he watched the
results his countenance suddenly
changed—is color and command both
left him, and in a trembling voice he
said : 'Gentlemen, I have made a
painful discovery ; I have Bright's dis
ease of the kidneys,' and in less than a
year he was dead."
"You believe, then, that it has no
symptoms of its own and is frequently
unknown even by the person who is
afflicted with it ?"
"It has no symptoms of its own and
verv often noneatall. Usually no two
people have the same symptoms, and
frequently death is the first symptom
The slightest indication of any kidney
difficulty should be enough to strike
terror to any one. I know what I am
talking about, for I have been through
all the stages of kidney disease.' 1 '
"You know of Dr. Ilenion's case."'
"Yes, 1 have both read and heard of
"It is very wonderful, is it not ?"
"A very prominent case but no more
so than a great many others that have
come to my notice as having been
cured by the same means."
"You believe then that Bright's dis
sase can be cured ?"
"I know it can. I know it from the
experience of hundreds of prominent
persons who were given up to die by
both their physicians and friends."
"You speak of your own experience,
what was it?"
"A fearful one. I had felt languid
and unfitted for business for years. But
I did not know what ailed me. When,
however, I found it was kidney difficul
ty, I thought there was little hope, and
so did the doctors. 1 have since learn
ed that one of the physicians of this
city pointed me out to a gentleman on
the street one day, saying, 'there goes
a man who will be dead within a year.'
I believe his words would have proven
true if I had not fortunately secured
and used the remedy now known as
Warner's Safe Cure."
"And this caused you to manufacture
"No it caused me to investigate. I
went to the principal cities, saw phy
sicians prescribing and using it and I
therefore determined, as a duty I owed
humanity and the suffering, to bring it
within their reach and now it is known
in every part of America, is sold in
every drug store and has become a
The reporter left Mr. Warner, much
impressed with the earnestness and
sincerity of his statements and next
paid a visit to Dr. S. A. Lattimore at
his residence on Prince street. Dr.
Lattimore, although busily engaged
upon some matters connected with the
State Board of Health, of which he is
one of the analysts, courteously
answered the questions that were pro
pounded him :
"Did you make a chemical analysis
cf the case of Mr. 11. 11. Warner some
three years ago, Doctor ?"
"What did this analysis show you?"
"The presence of albumen and tube
casts in great abundance."
"And what did the symptoms indi
"A serious disease of the kidneys."
"Did you think Mr. Warner could
"No, sir. I did not think it possible.
It was seldom, indeed, that so pro
nounced a case had, up to that time,
ever been cured."
"Do you know anything about the
remedy which cured him ?"
"Yes, I have chemically analyzed it
and upon critical examination, find it
entirely free from any poisonous or
We publish the foregoing statements
in view of the commotion which the
publicity of I>r. llenion's article has
caused and to meet the protestations
which have been made. The standing
of Dr. Jlenion, Mr. Warner and Dr.
Lattimore in the community is beyoad
question and the statements they make
cannot for a moment be doubted. They
conclusively show that Bright's dis
ease of the kidneys is one of the most
deceptive and dangerou3of all diseases,
that it is exceedingly common, alarm
ingly increasing and that it can be
—A small dish of charcoal placed in
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sweet and wholesome, almost as well
The pain in all his joints became
intense; fever with its deteriorating ef
fects, was now added, and he became
rapidly reduced to the semblance of a
skeleton, while vitality reached its
lowest possible condition, and his suf
ferings were of such indescribable
character that those who most loved
him sometimes thought it would be
better if he were called away. At this
time, physicians, well-known in this
city (Pittsburgh), informed his parents
that he was in imminent danger of
total Paralysis, and directly afterward
they announced to his sorrowful moth
er that they could give no hopes of his
recovery. At this juncture the use
of Peruna was commenced, and in six
weeks Wm. Lincoln Curts was well
and at work. Read page 23 of I)r.
Hartman's "Ills of Life;" get it from
—They arc selling umbrellas for
thirty-five cents now, and when a man
goes out into a rain storm with one of
them he returns with a cane.
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The use of Brown's Iron Bitters ena
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—Rings for the finger are in great
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A Chicago Merchant's Experi
After I had become almost skin and
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M. B. Westeott, Lamp M'f'r. Chicago.
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—"AH two boxen of Dr. Jiens'jiVn
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—Faded hair recovers its youthful
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—Since its public exposure, it is
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Maud Muller and the Apples.
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Rashly she ate green apples, till she
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is known the world over as Dr. Ben
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—Punctuation is sometimes necessa
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To illustrate, we saw in a country pa
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the effect that "If the gentleman who
keeps a shoe store with a red head,
will return the umbrella of a young
lady with whalebone ribs and an ivory
handle, he will hear of something to
For the brain and nerve is what we
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Parker's Ginger Tonic restores the
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—There seems to be a degree of
compensation in all experiences. "I
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flicted man, "because I really must be
where it is warm."
The secret of the universal success
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teeth. It does not constipate or cause
headache. It will cure dyspepsia, in
digestion, heartburn, sleeplessness, diz
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is said to be sorrow.
If this be true there are some men in
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U. S. Surgeon Recommends.
Dr. J. M. G. Pheeton r is a U. S. Ex-
Surgeon, residing now at Blooming
ton, Ind. The Dr. writes to say: "I
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it cures epilepsy." Physicians, gener
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—lt is a curious fact that no man in
the world wants to be rich; he only
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A Partially Dead Man.
The Morning Herald, Baltimore,
Md , states: Major B. S. White, of
this city, describes his miraculous cure
as follows: "I have been a partially
dead man for ten years. Doctors at
tributed my sufferings to the enlarge
ment of certain glands. The quantity
of medicine I took without relief would
be sufficient to set up a first-class
apothecary shop. Fiualiy St. Jacobs
Oil was recommended. I had my
spinal column thoroughly rubbed with
it. All those knots, kinks and stiffness
have passed away, and I am myself
—Twelve thousand books copy
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—The announcement of a new and
wonderfully successful treatment of
disease, is of especial interest to all
who are in ill health.
On another page will be found a
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offer whicu could not be made in be
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fore discovered for the cure of disease.
This offer is made by a strong compa
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—Last year there were more deaths
fr'm the toy pistol than from cyclones.
Mrs. Ann Lacour of New Orleans,
La., writes:—l have a son who has
been sick for two years; he has been
attended by our leading physicians but
all to no purpose. This morning Le
had his usual spell of coughing, and
was so greatly prostrated iu conse
quence, that deatU seemed imminent.
We had in the house a bottle of Dr.
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chased by my husband, who noticed
your advertisement yesterday. We
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and he was instantly relieved.
Duruo's Catarrh Snuff cures catarrh
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—The baggageman isn't the only
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—The time for a corn crop has ar
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The Port Grape Wine of New Jersey is the
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3 TON Colours r.nd looli for signature cf
;i jSyC4OOOC j
1 on ev«ry I)Oft!e. or dealer in per/u;uery I
Imported Clydesdrde Stallion
grr^r EAaL OFINGLEBTON
Will make the season of ISS3
H ai the stable of Julian A. Clark,
ot:e mile east of I'rospect, Those
interested in heavy draft horses will find it to
tin if ndva'.tage to call at my stable and seo the
horse nnd his colts. The Earl Is oue of the
tincst, stick getters ever brought to lintler
ottt.iy. See bills or address
JULIAN A. CLARK,
k3 Scimay. Prospect, Pa.
T. r-ii? StH S 12 A Solved A new book
I lill* published. How
LwSv E?ilil\!l1u maid6l,tt become
iiapp', wivos, and baclielot' M become happy bun
bands. Tiiis wonderful book telld plainly how
to beenreourting; the way to got over b&abful
neps; liow to find the soft «pot in a sweetheart's
L east; how to write £ love-letter; how to win a
girl s consent; how to j>op the question; how to
make wifo and hnsbaiul real happy. Ac., Ac., Ac.
Thia is tho look tiiat has long been wanted. It
is tiio most con:p!cte woik ever published.
Every bachelor, mariied man or woman, widow
or widower, young or old, should have it. Hent
postpaid for onlv 25 cents. Addresi if LI >SON
MANUFACTURING CO,, Aster Place and
Broadway, New York.
'wv *-> what fun you can have
qtierad|ng. These mustaches are made of the
best material, with genuine hair and w ire attach
ment, and when wmn cannot be told from a gen
uine mustache. l!oys and young men can have
lots of fun by putting Iheni on in a crowd oi
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
tache and goatee for 2"> cents. There are three
colors—light, dark hrowe and black. State which
color you want. Address HUIJSOJI MANt Frill:
im; CO„ Astor Place and l'ro adway. N. V
Are of Evory Day Occurrence.
Not a BIKGM-: INSTANCE ON RECORD in the
past 35 years where one of
BORGIAR - PHOOF
fists boost lirokon open hylSur
Hall's Standiird Patent Fire-
Havo NEVER FAILED to THE
SERVE their CONTENTS
It is a well known fact that there is NO
SACK made in the World THAT (iIVKSAS
GKKAT SECURITY AS Till: HALL'S SAFE
They always protect their contents.
Poi'HOns liaviiiK VaI«i«I»los
slioiiid ii<>( 5»o viSss«»!is a Hall's
II ill'i 3if j & Lack Co-
J. L. Hall, Pros't.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO
LOCIBYILLE, SAN FRA.NCISC,
ST. LOUIS. CLEVELAND,
Washington Female Seminary.
The next Beseion rpeim Hcntember 12, 1883.
For catalogues ov inforinatioii ai'p'y lo
MISS N. hllEltltAllD, Principal,
Or Eov. JAS. I. BUOWNSON, I> 1)., I'res't Hoard
of Tiosteos, Washington, l'a. jiy 11,2 m
Advertise iu ILo CITIZKN.
BOOTS and SHOES
SPRING STYLES NOW OPENING AT THE
BOOT" AND SB fOUSE
Larzcst and Finest Styles and LOVTS( Prices ever show U by
auy House in Under. AH Fresii Goods
MADE TO, MY SPECIAL ORDERS
and warranted, Our motto is FAIR DEALING WITH EVERYBODY, eoods just as we rep
resent them, «ame price to all. Quick sides and small profit*.
I WAST THE LADIES
To look at my French Kid Turn Uutton Boots (Cur. Kid. Mat Top Cur. Kid
Fox Boots.) Gondola, (St Goat, Pebble Goat.) Serge, (Goat Fox.
Cloth top Boots.) Pebble Grain, OLD LADIES' WIDL SIIOLS
AND SLIPPERS. Walking Shoes, Sandals, Opera Slippers,
Ladies' Button Boots from SI.OO and upwards. Ladies can
find in this Stock any style and priced shoe they want.
S WANT THE aSKTLEMBN
To step in and look at my Calf Boots, Call' Bals, Button Shoes London toe and
tip. Veal Calf Shoes cloth tops. Congress Gaiters, Base Ball Shoes,
Oxford ties strap shoes, Plow Shoes, Brogans, Hob Xail
Shoes for miners, all of these are desirable goods
from the cheapest Brogan to the Finest
Hand Sewed Boot and Shoe.
I WART THE BOYS AND GIRLS
To see our School Shoes, Fine Button Boots and }Bal», Slippers, &c., all
New and Nice Styles very cheap. Infants' and childrens' Shoes
in endless variety, from 25 cents upwards.
The Largest Stock of Leather and Findings ot any House in
itntler. Lowest Prices.
New Goods Constantly Arriving.
REPAIRING. All kinds done at Reasonable Rates.
COME AND SEE THIS STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY.
B. €. HUSELTOft', Bntler, Pa.
NEW STORE. NEW STOCK
A NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
OAK AND HEMLOCK SOI.E,
,-UKM'H AND DOMESTIC KIPAMJSKIRTING
UPPER, BELTING, HARNESS AND LACE LEATHER
K.OA.TQ A3ST3D PINK LININGS, ETC.
AI.SO BUKIFACTCUEROP ALI. KINDS OP
Carriage, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Collars, Etc,, Etc.
And carry a foil block of Whips, Robca, B!ankete, Brushes, and all other Goods belonging to
All Kinds of Repairing will Receive Prompt Attention.
CvTPleaee call and examine our Goods and get Prices before you purchase elsewhere.
Plastering Hair Always on Hand.
CASH PAIl) FOR I 111 )ES AAD PELTS.
Reiber'a Block. Jefferson Street, opposito Lowrjr House. Butler, Pa
I). A. lIEOK,^
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
DUFFY'S BLOCK. MAIN ST., BUTLER, PA
V> > I V I STATK3IENT
Showing tlie amount of l!ie assessed value of the taxable property in the several districts
Duller county, us returned by the several Assessors, and equalized bythe County
Commissioners for the yr •A. L>., 1883.
"71? i «| "
? IP I 3j§ ! s
I o- " HI * >
> <5 : ~ : *
DISTRICTS » 1 £ 2 ! 3I ! w
: *3 c • w : £
! : 2 w I M : | •
M |3j : « I }
Adiims township 252 718 28 004 1 175 6 fi'JO 22ft 306
A 1 lech en v 224 977 27 874 1 280 .1760 925 420
B.tlfr .v 238 985 11 833 290 200 314
j,, tv ..i * 259 404 15 207 1 055 5 000 350 352
Clinton V.V." ".V.V....V -50 295 20 331 1 075 2 680; j 305
J'■ ,' 243 722 22 394 1 505 2 040 331
' rental 211 741 10 510 375 800' > 254
(le-irfield 188 898 20 003, 480 249
riforrv ... 220 6DB 21 313 Boj t"00 100 417
('onnMuenessinir"*. 229 400 19 570 1 971:5 870 240 334
CmnbeE? * 207 00,; 13 242 20 750 150 248
< 'oueord 271 882 14 844 715 3 380 135 373
n"" C ° 218 450 29 655 1 615| 150 399
Forward 227 056 14 958 2 03!' 1 450 200 291
Fnirview 243 004 30 124 1 855 10 050 1 600 661
Frnnklin 272 333 10 000 1 457! 2 250 256
le ff°so" 26075117 742 9751 » 100 250 370
Tfleksoii 249 565 12 629 745! 3 300 50 307
iZZcrZZ:—... 223 509 13 836 1 765 2 600 272
Marion 250 097 12 810 13 > >Ol
V? r °" 148 024 15 582 185 2 300 249
Middlesex 280 935 29 202 1 285 4 500 405 339
Oakland 234 700 10 911 -w# 3 000; 75 , 5
i. .... 218 471 23 /20 2 28/ 0 38;> (><•> 308
~.,.1. 238 308 38 006 72010 (hKI 1 475: 541
i' ~,. l t 228 l'oo 12 721 5!K> 3 100 .50 314
S i.'mrvroek 298 271 19 >O7 1 305, 9 sio 75 318
ve :::.\ 212 753 17 1 «K. 2 230 100 357
\vZiUon.. 251 412 21 862 1 055 10 WH|......... 405
Winfielu 22° »■ : »* l-°, on- I n w
W„,fl> 259 344 22 2/2 905 4 100 2/9
\v 0rin......."•••••; V't l'l 27 • 905 3 OOOi B">7
S ervil e 53 0.-,o 5 84;; 550 92 1001 143
FvasCtv " 33 702 5 104 530 3 900 1 050, 104
K i icvicw " 38 361 5 060 800 5 600 1 675 120
Imi , v " 79 »!U 6 .".no 520 5 200 300 108
Si. " I:::::::::::::::::::::. «»5 «• •«» 1 ,™ >»
KarnsCity " 20 8,0 / 330 620 1
Millerstown " 18 010 9 808 52.) 1 (...) 238
MUJerstown <( - (| Vl , 5 7„ 0 2 200 200 122
1 rospcct (< ( i)i . () - (i - ( . f . ( o 2 31
Portersville - 2« OWj 4 345 700 HO 63
Saxonburg «• ;« „ (| : w
/"hSie "::::::::::::::::::*■« »<» " wi
We the undersigned Commissioners of Butler < 'ounty, do hereby certify that the at>ove is
a true and correct statement of the assessed value of the taxable i>roperty ot Butler ( ounty, tor
the year I as relumed by the Assessors of the he veral distriels and equalled by us.
ATTI-'ST• GKOIK.K W. HAYS, |
S." M<*Ci. YMONDR, Clerk. CII \s. ConiHAN. > Commissioners.
Commissioner»' oliictj, July 1), JAMES COLLINS. )
P. A W. R. R, Time Table.
The tnorniuir train for Allegheny leaves But
ler nt 8 31, butler or local time and arrives
there at 10:26.
Tlie uoon train for Allegheny leaves Butler
at 1:27 r. M. and arrives there at 3:26 P, M.
The evening train for Allegheny leaves at
5.50 p. M- and arrives there at 7:46 PJM,
The morning and eveniug trains wake close
connections at Callery Junction for all points
Trains going north leave Butler at 9:56 A. m.
and 1:27, and 6:0O P. M. T local time. The 9;56
A- M. train runs through without change of cars
via the P. B, & B. K. H. to Shcttleld Junction,
aud the C:O3 P. M, train to Clarion Junction.
Trains leave Allegheny City for Butler at 7:51
and 11;21 A. M. aud 4;OC P. M , local time.
Sunday train going north leaves Butler at
0:56 A. M., and going south at 5:50 P. M.
Trains leave Zelieuople for Allegheny at 6:40
and 0:10 A. M., and 12:46 and 5:26 P. M., aud
the 0:10, 12:46 and 5:26 trains make close con
nection at Callery with traius going north on
the Foxburg division.
Wwi IVIIn Time Table.
Traius leave Butler (Butler or Pittsburgh time.)
Mnikei at 4:4 iA. M., goes through to Alle
gheny, arriving at 0:01 A. M. This train, when
on time, connects at Freeport Accommoda
tion, w hieh arrives at Allegheny at 7:55, city
Express at 7:16 A. M., connecting at Butler
Junction, without change of cars, at 8.21 with
Express west, arriving in Allegheny at at 9:31
A. M.. 2nd Express east arriving at Ulaireville
at 10:28 A M., railroad time, where it makes
close connection with Mail train east.
Mail at 2.41 p. u., connecting at Butler Junc
tion without change of ears, with .Express west,
arriving iu 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 aud Philadelphia
Trains arrive at Butler on West Penn R. H.
at 9.4 A. M„ 4 -I3 and 5.2T i\ m., Butler lime
Suciiango A Allegheny R. R.
Passenger trains leave Milliard at 7:25#, m.
and 2:30 p. in., arriving at Harrisville at 8:07 a.
in. aud 3:30 p. in., and atUrecnvflle at 9:35 a.
m. and 6;10 p. in.; a passeuger train leaves
Coaltown at 12:25 p. m. and arrives at Green
ville at 3:15 p. m.
Tnins leave Greenville at 7:00 a. m , 11:35 a.
m. and4:oo p. m., arriving at Coullowu at 10:15
a. m. and at Ililliards at 1:45 p. in. and 7:15 ,p.
m. Train No. 7 which leaves Mercer at 9;24 a.
in. aud arrives at Hilliard at 12:15 p. m. will
carry passengers betweeu those two points only
Time of Holding Courts*
The several Courts of the county of Butlor
commence on the fiist Monday of March, June,
September and December, and coutinno two
weeks, or so long as necessary to dispose of the
bnainees. Mo causes are pat £owu for trial or
traverse jurors summoned for tlie first week of
the several terms.
EN. LEAKE, M. D 7,
• Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Union Block, aud residence in
Ferrero hi II »e, Butler, Pa.
Oct. 25, 1882.
~~ JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
my2l-ly] BUTLER, PA.
Office on Jefferson street, opposite
Klint*ler's Flour Store.
ONLY KNOWN CURE FOR
THE TRIUMPH TRUSS CO.,
No. 9 South Thirteenth streer, Philadelphia, and
71 Third 'avenue New York, cures Rupture in 30
days, and will pay SI,OOO for a Rupture they
cannot cure. Dr. Eugleman, the GREAT HER
NIA Surgeon, Medical and Surgical Director.
TERMS MODERATE. EXAMINATION FREE.
Free trial of Trasses at Offices,which are open
day and evening, at Room 45,
Hamilton Hotel, 205 Penn Ave., Pit'.gbnrgh, Pa.
for a abort time only. Call or send 25 centß for
book on the core of Rupture,
N. B.—Dr. E. treats successfully all Female
Disoasou, at Hamilton Hotel. jyll 3m
Florence Etching Silk,
Prepared expressly for art designs in outline.
This silk will not split or fray in working, and
is durable both in color and texture.
Sold by enterprising dealers iu a great varie
ty of colors. For heavy outlines use No. 500,
for finer work use No. 1000. The colors lest
adapted for work which will require washing
are Black, Rlue, Brown, Old Gold, Gold, Yel
low and Piuk. Samples, with our latest Knit
ting Book (No. 4) sent on receipt of three 2
NONOTUCK SILK CO., Florence, Mass.
CARD COLLECTORS, N Hn.uatffcS
3c. stamp, 7 new different sets, 15c. DKKW
M'K'CJ CO., Baltimore, Mil.
How Lostj How Restored
Just published, a new edition of DR. CUL
VERWELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY on the
RADICAL CUBE Of SI'ERMATOMIIEA Or SoUliual
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, IKTO
TENI'Y. Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedi
mentH to Marriage, etc; also, CONSUMPTION.
EPILEPSY and FITH. induced by self-indulgei.ee,
or sexual extravaganco, Ac.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences at self-abuse may bo radically cured;
]>oiutiiig out a mode of cure at once simp'e,
certain and effectual, by moans of which every
sufferer, no matter what liis condition may be,
may cure himself cheaply, privately and radi
®7*This Locttiro should bo in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal In a plain envelope to any ad
dress, post-paid, on receipt of ai* cents or two
postage stamps. Address,
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO..
41 ANN ST., NEW YOKE, N. Y. ; P. O. Box, 450.
Star Beer Bottling Company-
CITY BOTTLIJVG HOUSE.
J. C. BUFFUM & CO.,Proprietors,
39 and 41 Market St., PITTSBURGH, PA
Sole Bottlers of Joe. Schiltz Brewing Co's, MIL
W AUK EE LAGER BEER. Bcliiltz' Export
Beer for Families a specialty. Importers and
dealers in Ales, Stouts, Ginger Ale, Siltzer
Water, <tc.. Syrups all Flavors. Manufacturers
of Bottled Soda Water.
Try our Quart Ginger Ale and Champaign
Cider, made especially for family table use.
Send for Prico List. P, O, Box 393. Tele
phone connection. apr2s,4m.
"S C H A T Z "
During the month of July wo will offer
Greater Bargains than ever Before!
To enable U3 to clear out all our
To make room for our coming Fall Stock
Bunting, 40 inch, reduced from 75c
U4 inch Bunting at 25c.
ftuns' Veilingreduced to 40cfrom 50c
And many other Dress Goods, show
ing as great a reduction, being too
numerous to mention all.
Come early and secure your bargains.
WM. F. SCHATZ,
110 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa.