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Scientifically Accounted for, and
Some Remote Causes that
produce Painful Results
The following synopsis of a lecture
delivered by Dr. Horace R. Hamilton
before the New York society for the
promotion of science, contains so much
that is timely and important that it
can be read with both interest and
There is probably no subject of
modern times that has caused and is
causing greater attention than the
origin of tornadoes. Scientists have
studied it for the benefit of humanity;
men have investigated it for the wel
fare of the families. It has been a vex
ed subject long considered, and through
all this investigation the cyclone has
swept across the land carrying destruc
tion to scientists as well as to the in
nocent dwellers in its track. Oae
thing, however, is certain; the cause
of the cyclone must be sought far away
from the whirling body of wind itself.
Its results are powerful; its cause must
also be powerful. Let us therefore
consider a few facts. First, the ap
pearance of a cyclone is invariable pre
ceded by dark spots upon the sun.
These spots, indicating a disturbed con
dition of the solar regions, necessarily
affect the atmosphere of our earth. .An
unusual generation of heat in one part
of the atmosphere is certain to cause a
partial vacuum in another portion.
Air must rush in to fill this vacoum.
Hence the disturbances—hence the cy
clone. This theory finds additional
confirmation in the fact that tornadoes
come during the day and not at night.
The dark spots upon the surface of the
sun, whatever they may be, seem to
cause great commotion in the atmos
phere of the world, and it is almost
certain that the extremely wet weather
of the present season can be accounted
for on precisely this basis. Is it rea
sonable to suppose that the marvelous
effect of the sun upon vegetation and
life in general shall be less than upon
the atmosphere itself through which
its rays come ? The cause is remote
but the effect is here.
After describing some of the terrible
effects of the cyclone, the speaker went
on to say :
This rule finds its application in
nearly every department of life. An
operator is in San Francisco—the click
of the instrument manipulated by his
fingers, in New York. The president
makes a slight stroke of the pen in his
study at the White House, and the
whole nation is aroused by the act.
An uneasiness and disgust with every
thing in life, commonly called home
sickness, is felt by many people, when
the cause is to be found in the distant
home thousands of miles away. An
uncertain pain may be felt in the head.
It is repeated in other parts of the body.
The appetite departs and all energy is
gone. Is the cause necessarily to be
found in the head ? The next day the
feeling increases. There are added
symptoms. They continue and become
more aggravated. The slight pains in
the head increases to agonies. The
nausea becomes chronic. The heart
grows irregular, and the breathing un
certain. All these effects have a defi
nite cause; and, after years of deep ex
perience upon this subject, Ido not
hesitate to sav that this cause is to be
found in some derangement of the kid
neys or liver far away from that portion
of the body in which these effects ap
pear. But one may say, I have no
pain whatever in my kidneys or liver.
Very true. Neither have we any evi
dence that there is a tornado on the
surface of the suu ; but it is none the
less certain that the tornado is here,
and it is none the less certain that these
great organs of the body are the cause
os the trouble although there may be
no pain in their vicinity.
I know whereof I speak, tor I have
passed through this very experience
myself. Nearly ten years ago, I was
the picture of health, weighing more
than 200 pounds, and as strong and
healthy as any man I ever knew.
When I felt the symptoms I have
above described, they caused me annoy
ance, not only by reason of their aggra
vating nature, but because I had never
felt any pain before. Other doctors
told me I was troubled with malaria,
and I treated myself accordingly. I
did not believe, however, that malaria
could show such aggravated symptoms.
It never occurred to me that analysis
would help solve the trouble, as I did
not presume my difficulty was located
in that portion of the body. But I
continued to grow worse. I had a
faint sensation at the pit of my stomach
nearly every day. I felt a great desire
to eat, aud yet I loathed food. I was
constantly tired and still I could not
sleep. My brain was unusually active,
but I could not think connectedly. My
existence was a living misery. I con
tinued in this condition for nearly a
year; never free from pain, never for a
moment happy. Such an existence is
far worse than death, for which I con
fess I earnestly longed.
It was while suffering thus that a
friend advised me to make a final at
tempt to recover my health. I sneer
ed inwardly at his suggestion, but I
too weak to make any resistance. He
furnished me with a remedy, simple
yet palatable and within two days I
observed a slight change for the better.
This awakened iuv courage. I felt
that I would not die at the time. I
continued the use of the remedy, tak
ing it in accordance with directions,
until I became not only restored to
my former health and strength, but of
greater vigor than I have before known.
This condition has continued up to the
present time, and I believe I would
have died as miserably as thousands
of other men have died and are dying
every day had it not been for the sim
ple power of Warner's Safe Cure, the
the remedy I employed.
The lecturer theu described his
means of restoration more in detail,
and concluded as follows:
My complete recovery has caused
me to investigate the subject more
carefully, and I believe I have discov
ered the key to most ill health of our
modern civilization. lam fully con
fident that four-fifths of the diseases
which afflict humanity might be avoid
ed were the kidneys and liver kept in
perfect courliiion. Were it possible to
control the action of the sun, cyclones
could undoubtedly be averted. That,
however, is one of the things that can
not be. But I rejoice to say that it is
possible to control the kidneys and
liver; to render their action wholly
normal, and their effect upon the sys
tem that of purifiers rather than pois
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plished largely by means of the reme
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doubt, and I feel it my duty to make
this open declaration for the enlighten
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of the world.
catches the small boy.
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though the whole book should read
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LIMA, REPUBLIC OF PERU. —Senor
A. de La E. Delgado, L. L. D. and
Counsellor, Tribunal of Justice, Lima,
Republic of Peru, says: One single ap
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often months standing. Mr. Decker
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single application of the cure. My
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The moral law against profanity
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A. D. WIEK,
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July 31, 1888. augl-Bt.
Public Sale of Blooded Stock.
On the premises of the late Wm. P. Fioley, rf
Salem, Clarion county, Pa., on Tuesday, Au
gust 7tli, 1883, will be sold 15 head of thorough
bred Short Horns (<i cows, .'1 heifers, ti bulls)
also 6 head of grade Short Horns and 24 head
of Cotswold sheep, mostly pure bred.
ELIZABETH FINLEY ) AJ ,
S. L. MAXWELL } AU,N
P. O. address, Lamartine.
TRUSTEE S SALE.
BY virtue of an order of the Court of Common
Plea) of Eutler county, No. 13, March Term.
18H3, and to me directed. I will ex] one to Public
Sale, ou the premises on
Thursday, Aug. 9,
1983, at one o'clock p. M.,thc following described
real citato of Samuel Varideventer and Elizabeth
Vandeventor. his wife, late Elizabeth Chranser,
in right of his wife and Charlt a Duffy, to-wit i
All that certain piece and parcel of land sit
uated in Washington twp.. liutler county. Pa.,
bounded and described as follows :
Beginning at a poi-t at the north-west corner
of the tiact, thence by lands of David Bond's
heirs north 8!) degrees east perches to a
poet; thence by land of K. Sbl:a south 2 decrees
west ~'<i 3-10 perches to a stone; thence north 8!)
decrees east 2 perches to a post; thence In
lands of Shira and Clark south 2 degrees and
74 perches to a post; thence by lands of Win.
Wasson south 89 degrees west perches to
a po:-l; thence north 2 degrees east by lane ol
8. A. Campbell I*s 3-10 perches to place ot be
ginning, with the appurtenances, containing
fiity a<t sof land, strict measure.
TERMS: —One-third in hand on confirmation
of sale and the balauce in two equal annual
payments with interest thereon, secured by
Loud and mortgage.
TliOS. DUNAGUY, (Sherifl) Tiustee,
July 18, 18S3.
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ami when vvprn cannot be told from a genuine
moustacjie. Hoys and young men can have lots of
luii by putting tbeni 011 in a crowd of friends who
will be greatly astonished at the transformation.
We will send you a moustache for only 5 tliree
eent stamps (is cents), or a moustache and goatfte
for 25 cents. There are three color.;—light, dark
brown and black. State which color you want.
Address HUDSON MANUFACTURING CO.,
Astor Place and Broadway, N. Y.
0/airsville (Pa.) Ladies' Seminary.
Beautiful grounds, commodious building
heated throughout with steam, good table,
healthful location, no malaria, THOROUQIJ
iNBTBtJOTioic In English, French, German,
Latin, Greet, Music, Drawing, Painting, &a»
For catalogues, apply to
. REV. T. R. SWING, Principal..
Thirty-third year begins Sept. 12,1883
Farmers and Gardeners!
Look to your own interests and improve your
crops, from 75 to ll'O per cent, by using the
Peruvian Sea Fowl Guano, or Bradley's Desolved
On hand at Leonard Wiso's in Butler,
cr Wni. Crookshank's at Sarversville Station,
Butler Co ; Pa. aplßtf
DENTISTR * .
0 11 WALDRON, Graduato ol the Phil-
H adelphia Dental College, is prepared
• 1* ato do anything in the line of hit
profession in a satisfactory manner.
Office on Main street, Butler, Union Block,
np stairs, apll
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT for Honest En
ergetic Men. Salary and Expenses paid.
The Business ea '<ly learned.
THE CIIASE NURSERIES
Kieffer Pear. Champion Quince, Ilansell Raa
berry, and all the most desirable fruits and orna
Only those need apply who can dovote their
entire time and attention to the work.
Address, R. G. CHASE & CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
Ea 8^ BSTOPPED 8 STOPPED FREE
B3 raj Vjgfey Jlfarz'cfous success.
» ra Inscne Persons Kestored
0 1 ffiSl Dr.KLIHE 3 GREAT
u is *xsr NERVERESTORER
<I//BKAIN & NERVE DISEASES. Only sure
VLLIDLE if a* i \ irert.- Its after
ted toDR.KLTNK.oVi Arch St. .PhtlaHrlnhia.Pa.
gists. BlilYAKli OF IMITATING FX AIDS.
Dr. Frease's Water Cure
A heilt.li Institution in its 30th year. For
nearly all kinds of Chronic diseases, and es
pecially the diseases of Women. luval.ds aie
invited to cones pond with us. Circulars free.
Address, 8. FREASE, M. D.,
jy 18-ly New Brighton, Beaver Co , la.
SILVER A(irE RYE WHISKEY.
Endorsed by tho medical fraternity. Families
supplied for medical purposes. Earnest and
best selected stock of Imported and Domestic
Wines aud Brandies.
MAX KLEIN WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER,
82 Fcder.il street, Allegheny, o;>p. Fort Wayne
Passenger Depot aud doors above West Penn
low iu price; sellmc fa*t. »evdc«l everywhere; L'brrwi trim*
Itrajlr;, UarroUuu It (
Port Grape Wine
Used in tho principal Churches Tor Communion
Excellent for Ladies and WeaklY
Persons and tho A°"ed
foW-- ■; I SOT
SPEER'S PORT GR WINE
FOUR YEARS OLD.
This celebrated Native Wine is made from the
juice of tho Oporto Grape, raised in this coun
try. Its invaluable
TONIC andSTRENGTHENING PROPERTIES
are unsurpassed by any other Native Wine. Be
ing the pure juicu of the grape produced under
Mr. Speer's own personal supervision, its purity
and Kenuineiiesß is guaranteed. The youngest
children may partake of its generous qualities,
and the weakest invalid nso it to advantage. It
is particularly beneficial to ths aged and debili
tated, and suited to the various aihrents that
effect the weaker sex. It is in every respect the
a Wine to be relied on.
P. J. SHERRY.
The P. J. Sherry is a wine of Superior Char
acter and partakes of the rich qualities of the
grape from which it is made. For Purity, Rich
ness of Flavor and Medicinal Properties,it will be
P. J. BRANDY.
This Brandy stands unrivalled in this country
being far superior for medicinal purposes.
It is a pure distillation from the grape, and
contains valuable medicinal properties.
I has a delicate flavor, similar to that of the
grapes, from which it is distilled, and is in great
favor among, first-class families.
See that the signature of ALFRED SPEER,
Passaic, N. J., is over the cork of each bottle.
Sold by I). II Wuller,
AND BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
Most Extensive Pure-Bred Live Stock
Establishment in the World!
ui S*. S 1
Clydesdcle, Ferehcro.i-Xorrnavs English Drcjl
Horses, Trotting-Bred Roadsters, Shetland
Ponies, Ho/stein and Devon Ca'Ue.
Our customers have the advantage of our
many years experience in breeding and import
ing large col'eciions, opportunity of comparing
different breeds, low prices, because of extent
of brsiress, and low rates of transportation.
Catalogues free. Correspondence solicited.
Springboro, Crawford Co., Pa.
Mention CITIZEN. july2s-9m.
I AUr U i ll"iun s lvcd A new book
happy wives, and bachelors bocomo happy hus
bands. This wonderful book tells plainly how
to begin courting; the way to get over basbful
ness; how to find the soft spot in a sweetheart s
breast; liow to write a love-letter; how to win a
girl s oonsent; how to pop the question; how to
make wife and husband real happy, Ac., 4c., etc.
This is the book that has long been wanted. It
is the most complete work ever published.
Every bachelor, married man or woman, widow
or widower, young or old, should have it. Sent
postpaid for onlv 25 cents. Address HUDSON
MANUFACTURING CO,, Aster Place a.d
Broadway, New York.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
South of Court House,
MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PA.
All kinds of Pure Wines and Liquors
always on hands, also Beer in
Tobacco and Cigars*.
XT W We have connected with our
I 1 B till extensive manufacturing bus-
I 1 I II I iness a department solely da-
II ll % voted to the sale of Guns, Ri-
I_ | 11 1 ties, Revolvers and all sorts of
|l| ■ a ■sporting goods We can sell
■J ■ ■ if goods of this character much
cheaper than any other deal
er in the country. Recently we bought of the
well-known tirm of the London and Liverpool
Gun Co., who failed, 3,000 of their champion
breech-loading shot guns, which we will sen at
only 57.00 each. This gun cost more twice the
amount we ask to manufacture. We have only a
few left, and to close them out will sell them at
the low price of $7.00. Now ts your chance if you
want a reliable Gun at a low price. Send a three
cent stamp for our 111 am moth catalogue.
Hudson Manufacturing Co.,
Astor Place & Broadwoy, New York.
■ AII ftliat will send us the
n M W !IfU L names and address of 10
nIV Q U«■ L> of ,heir friends, and en
close 20 cents (in stamps) to cover expense of
packing and postage, we w ill send them for their
trouble any of the following wonderful books :
"Ready-made Autograph Album verses. "ball
Room Dancing Without a master.*' "Fortune
Telling made easy "The mystery of love making
solved." or "The American Business man.' We
make tills liberal offer to get names to send our
new, manmoth, illustrated in page Catalogue to.
Don't fail to send for our catalogue, Address all
orders to „
Hudson Moui liiß Co
Astor l'lace & Broadway, New York.
~ RISLEY"3 WITCH HAZ^L,
Cnree Headache, Barns. Sprains, Cuts. Wounds,
Rheumatism, Toothache, Em&c'io, Blisters, Ac.
Unequalled in quality, at liaif the price. G oz.
25 cts. Pints 50 cts. Qts. sl.
Richards Teetotal Tonic,
The Great Summer Apetizer, SI.OO
Have vo'.;r drug?if-t order, if Le Inn l.ot in
stock, of CHARLES F. RISLEY, NEW YORK,
Union. Wcolen Mill f
Manufacturer ol BLANKETS, FLANNELS, YARNS,
Ac. Also custom work done to order, such as
carding Rolls, making Blanket 6, Flannels, Knit
ting and Weaving Yarns, &c., at very low
prices. Wool worked on the shares, it de
/ \ 198 LIBERTY ST. H
! UtHE w ®S s J.CoSI
IN THE WORLD.
SEE IT I TRY IT I
AND YOU WILL BUY IT.
FOR SALE BY
BERQ & CYPHER, Butler, Pa.
Are You Sick ?
WILL CURE DISEASE
M They have been tested in over 10,000 A
A cases of Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Disease of P
G the Liver and Kidneys, Nervous Debll- P
N ity, Spinal Diseases, Neuralgia, Rheu- L
E matism, Constipation (chronic), etc. I
T Read the testimony of ex-Postmaster A
I N. C. Luther, oi Atlleboro, Mass.; "1 N
C put on the Appliances on 22d Maach, C
1882, for Neuralgia of the Heart. My phy- E
sician told my family that 1 could not live, 8
as the d.'sease was incurable. I suffered in
tensely and had to use auaesthetics constantly.
Wondertully have the Wilsonia relieved me.
After wearing them for one year my confidence
iu them is tully established, both trom my own
experiences and from what I have seen of their
efleets on others."
For further particulars, pamphlet, prices, etc.
Wikmid Magnetic Clothing Co.,
25 East 14th St., New York.
Are of Every Day Occurrence.
Not a SINGLE INSTANCE ON RECORD in the
past 35 years where one of
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Has boon Rrolton open Uy Bur
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Hall's Standard Patent Fire-
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It is a well known fact that there is NO
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They always protect their contents.
Person** having Valuables
should not be without a flail's
H PU'S Safe & Lock Co.
J. L. Hall, Pres't.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO
LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCIBC,
ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND,
DB E C. WEST'S NFRT* AVT> TT:AIN TRFAT**KT, A
guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Concisions,
Fits, Nervous Neuralprl*» Headache, Nervous Pro-tra
tion caused bv the use of alcohol or tobacco. Wakeful,
ness. Mental "Depression. Softening of the Brain result
ing in Insanity and leading: to misery, decay and death.
Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Los* of Power in cither
sex. Involuntary Losses and '-rru. caused by
over-exertion or the brain, self abnpe or over-Indu!gene©.
One box will cure recent ca*es. Each box contains cne
month's treatment. One dollar a box, or six boxes flro
dollars; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. We guar
antee six boxes to cure any case. With each order re
ceived for six boxes, accompanied with Ave dollars, we
will send the purchaser our written gun ran tee to refund
money if ti-eatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees
is-un-'l only by Jos. Fleming, Druggist. 84 Market 8t«
?lttsburgk,' Pa. Order* by mail at regular pries*.
How Lost, How Restored
.Tust published, ft now edition of PR. CUL
VER WELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY on the
RADICAL CUBE of SPERMATORHIEA or Seminal
Weakness, Ir.volnntaiv Seminal Losses. IMPC
TEXCY. Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedi
ments to Maniage, etc: also, CoxsrsiiTios,
EPILEPSY a;,d Firs, induced by self-indulgence,
or ccxuai extravagance. Ac.
Tlio celebrated author, in this admirable
essav, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
succ'o ful practice, that the alarming conse
quencett of self-abase may be radically cured;
pointing out a mode of cure at once sitnp'e,
certain and effectual, by means of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may be,
may cure himself cheaply, privately and radi
(i?' This Lecturo should be 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 six cents or two
postage stamps. Address,
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ass ST., NEW YORK, N. Y. ; P- 0. Box, 450.
"THE BEST IS CHBAPKBT. M -
Horse Powers * nflLOflCnO Clover HaMer*
(Suited to all Pfcctijnu. Write for r REE
«ud l'rtnw w Ttw AulUuao « TajrWr Co., MmmWri, Obi*
P. A W. R. R, Time Table.
The morning train for Allegheny leaves But
ler at SiSl t Butler or local time and grriTM
there at 10:26.
The noon train for Allegheny leaves Batler
at 1:27 r. M. and arrives there at 8:28 P, M.
The evening train for Allegheny leaves at
5.50 p. m- and arrives there at 7:?6 r. m,
The morning and eveuiug trains maka close
connections at Callery J unction for all points
Trains going ncrth leave Butler at 9:56 A. M.
and 1:27, and 6:(J3 p. M., local time. The 9;56
A. M. train runs through without change of cars
via the P. B. & B. R. H. to Sheffield Junction,
and the G:C3 p. M, tr*in to Clarion Junction.
Trains leave Allegheny City for Butler at 7:51
and 11;21 A. M. and 4;od p. n., local time.
Sunday train going north leaves Butler at
9:56 A. M., and going sou'h at 5:50 P. M.
Trains leave Zelienople for Allegheny at 6:40
and 9:10 A. M., and 12:46 and 5:26 p. M., and
the 9:10, 12:46 and 5:36 trains make close con
nection at Callery with trains going north on
the Foxburg division.
West Penn Tiuie Table.
Trains leave Butler (Butler or Pittsburgh time.)
Market at 4:41 A. goes through to Alle
gheny, arriving at 9:01 A. M. This train, when
on tim<\ connects at Frecport Accommoda
tion, which arrives at Allegheny at 7:55, city
Express at 7:16 A. m., connecting at Butler
Junction, without change of cars, at 8.31 with
Express west, arriving in Allegheny at at 9:81
A. M.. and Express east arriving at Blairsville
at 10:28 A M., railroad time, where it makes
close connection with Mail train east.
Maii at 2.41 P. M., connecting at Batler Junc
tion without change ot cars, with Express west,
arriving in Alleghenv 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
Express e iet.
Trains arrive at Butler on West Penn R. R.
at 9.4 A. m„ 4.46 and 5.21 p. M., Butler time
Sbenango «fc Allegheny R. R.
Passenger trains leave Hilliard at 7:25 a, m,
and 2:80 p. m., arriviug nt Harrisville at 8:07 a.
in. and 3:30 p. m., and at Greenville-at- 9:55 a.
m. and 6;10 p. in.; a passenger train leaves
Coaltown at 12:25 p. m. and arrives at Green
ville at 3:15 p, m.
Trains leave Greenville at 7:00 a. m., 11:35 a.
m. and 4:00 p. m., arriving at Coaltown at 10:15
a. m. and at Hilliards at 1:45 p. m. and 7;15 p.
m. Train No. 7 which leaves Mercer at #;24 a.
m. aud arrives at Hilliard at 12;15 p. m. will
carry passengers between those two points only
Time of Holding CotirUu
The several Courts of the county of Butler
commence on the fiist Monday of March, June,
September and December, and continue two
weeks, or so long as necessary to dispose of the
business. No causes are put £ovqu for trial or
traverse jurors summoned for the first week of
the several terms.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
S. F. BOWSER, "
Office In Brady 's Law Building.
S. B. SNYDER,
Office with A. T. Black, Esq., Main street, near
J. D. MARSHALL,
Attomey-at-Lftw. Office witn W. A. Forqner,
Esq., Main Street, opposite Vogeley House, Butler,
J. M. THOMPSON. W. C. THOMPSON
THOMPSON & SON,
Attorneys at Law. Office on the west side of Main
street, few doors North of Troutman's dry goods
JOHN K. KELLY,
Office with F. Reiber, Esq.. in Reiber building.
GECRGE C. PILLOW,
Attorney at Law and SURVEYOR, Main street.
Butler, l'a. OHlce with J. I). MeJunkiu.
J. M. GALBREATH7 -
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on Main Street, Booth
of Court House, in Gen. Purviance's former
office. Aag2 1y1882,.
R. P. SCOTT,
Attorney at Law, Butler, Pa. Office near Cour
House, two doors west of CITIZEN office.
A. M. CORNELIUST"
Office with W. D. Brandon, Berg Building, Mais
Street, Butler, Pa.
J. F. BRITTAIN,
Office with L. Z. Mitchell, Diamond.
S. H. PIERSOL.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond, Riddle build
ng. no vl 2
JOHN M. GREER.
Office on N. E. corner Diamond. novl J
WM. H. LUSK,'
Office with W, H. H. Riddle, Eaq.
NEW TON BL A CK,
Office on Diamond, near Court House, south
E. I. BRUGH,
Office in Riddle's Law Building.
J. B. MCJUNKIN.
Special attention given to collections Offioe
opposite Willard House.
JOSEPH B. BREDIN,
Office north-east corner of Diamond, Bntler
H. H. GOUCHER,
Office in Schneideman's building, up stalls.
J, T. DONLY
Office near Court House. • 1 •" 174
W. D. BRANDON,
«bl7-75 Office in Berg's bnilding
CLARENCE WALKER, - .
Office in Brady building- marl 7
Office in Reiber'6 building, Jeflerson St. apOlj
F. M. EASTMAN,
Office in Brady bnilding.
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court Hons#
JOS. C. VANDERLIN,
Office Main street, 1 door south of Court House.
WJXL A. FORQUER,
€7* Office on Main street opposite Vogeley
GEO. R. WHITE,
Office N. E. corner of Diamond
J. D. McJUNKIN,
Office in Schneideman's building:, west aide
Main street, 2nd square from Court House.
T. C. CAMPBELL,
Office in Berg's new bnilding, 2d floor, east
side Main at., a few doors south of Lowri
C A. SULLIVAN,
may 7 Office S. W. oor. of Diamond.
A. T. BLACK,
Office on Main street, one door south oi
Brady Block, Bntler, Pa. (Sep. 3,1874.
taTOives particular attention to Tansaetiona
is real estate throughout the coun.y.
OFFICE ON DIAMOND, NEAR COLBT HOUSE, IN
K. K. Eo&urf, KENNEDY MABSHALI.
(Late of Ohio.)
ECKLEY & MARSHALL.
Office in Brady's Law Building. 5cpt.9,74
C. O. CHRISTIE,
Attorney at Law. Legal business carefully
transacted. Collections made and promptly
remitted. Business correspondence promptly
attended to and answered.
EN. LEAKE, M. D.,
• Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Union Block, and residence ia
Ferrero h< sue, Butler, Pa.
Oct. 25, 1652.
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
mySl-ly] BUTLER, FA,
Office on Jefferson street, opposite