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(THIS NEW QI'ISISE)
I Hi >KW STRENGTH,
1 J QIIET SERVES,
1 HAPPY DAYS.
2 I SWEET SLEEP,
A POWERFUL TONIC.
that the most delicate stomach will boar.
A SPECIFIC FOR MALARIA,
and all Germ Diseases.
THK MOST SCIENTIFIC AND SUCCESSFUL
BbOOD PURIFIER, superior to quinine.
Rev. Wm. Lucas. Rector Grace church, Ra
venna, 0., writes: "I cordially endorse Kas
klne as being Just what you claim, an excel
lent substitute for quinine, with none of its bad
effects. Mrs. Lucas had a serious form of
malaria, and was con lined to her bed for
months. Kasklne had her up and around in a
few days, and In a short time cured her.
living In the malarial districts of Maryland
I became a victim of worst forms of malarial
fever. I drugged myself with quinine and
other remedies without avail. I was greatly
reduced when I heard of Kasklne. Its curative
powers were a medical revelation to Die. It
cured me and I have not liad a return of the
Tprot.) J. D. Hlrd„ B. A., Asst. Chemist
Maryland Agricultural College.
Letters from the above persons, giving full de
tails, will be sent on application.
Kasklne can be taken without any speela
medical advice. SI.OO per bottle, or six bottles
for 15. Sold by
J. C. REDICK. Buler, Pa.
or sent by mall on receipt of price.
KASKINE CO.. 54 Warren St., New \ork.
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of puke cod mm on.
fy Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
The only preparation of COD LITER OIL thai
can be Ulten readily and tolerated fur a lung time
to delicate itomaehs.
AMP AS A REMEDY FOR CONSUMPTIOH.
aflUtfx'LolS AFFECTION'S, ANAEMIA, GE>-
mL bEfilLrrf, coughs AND THROAT AY
FKTI6.NB. an< all WABTIXW DISORDERS g?
miiafßEW it U mmrellom In 1U rewrite.
Prescribed and endorsed by the beat PHyaiclan*
tD the countries of the world.
Wmr Sato by nil Drnniata.
Why you should send your order for any kind o
Rye or Hour! on Whiskey. Brandy, Gin, Wines
&c., to .1. Schumacher. No. 964 Liberty St., Pitts
burg, Pa., is because he keeps the best and pur
est goods in that line, and sells them at lowe
prices than any house in Pittsburg.
Three year old Pure Rye, 12 00 per gallon.
Four year old Pure Rve, $2.50 per gallon.
Five year old Pure Rye, $3.00 per gallon.
From 5 to 8 vear old Pure Rye $3.00 to 55.00 pei
gallon. The purest Imported Wines, Brandie
and Gins prescribed by physicians for medica
purposes, Goods sh/pped to all parte of tlx
country. No charge for package. Call or write
and give me a trial order and you will after that
deal "with no otter house. Send money wttli
order, by registered letter or P. O. order. 13. S
Revenue laws prohibit shipping goods C. O. 1)
Bespect/ully JACOB BCBVMACHEB
904 Liberty St., Ptttsburg, fa.
BF~Btore located two minutes walk from Un
0 1/ WALPRON, Graduate of the rhl'.a
--« IV. delpWa, Devvtal College. Is \irciKvred
Yo&o V.i W\e Vmc ol \\\s vtotasUiu \u v>
O/llee on Main street, Butler, Union Blocl
J. S. LUSK,
Warmouy U> YAIUct at-.d Vu\>
his office at No. 9, Main St., throe doors liolov
Lowiy Houae. a;>r-30-t£
D 8.8.. CX McCTJRDY,
Physician and Surgeon,
• Office on Main St., over Kemper*# store.
Butler, - - i^eim'a.
Dr. S. A. JOHNSTON,
DENTIST, - - BUTLER, PA,
All work pertaining to the profession" execut
ed m the neatest manner.
Specialties Gold Fillings, and Painless Ex
traction of Teeth, Vitalized Air administered.
OAs* em Jefferson Street, one door East ol Lo .trj
House, Up Stairs.
Office open daily, except Wednesdays anil
Thursdays. Communications by mail receive
H. B.—The only Dentist In Butler using the
best makes of teeth.
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office No. bC South Main Street,
BUTLER, - PA.
SAMUEL M. BIPPtJS,
Physician and Surgeon,
No. 10 West Cunningham St.,
A J FRANK & CO.
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICES,
SPONGES, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, &e
Btyphyslclans' Prescriptions carefully
pounded, and orders answered with care anc
dispatch. Oir stocK of medicines Is complete
warranted ; inulne, and of the best quality.
45 South Main Street,
B'CJTLEB, • PA.
HES. AMELIA EYTHE
Wanted immediately 12 more learning girls.
Thanking customers for past patronage 1 an
still at the old s'.and.
House No. 48 Cunningham St.
ROOMS TO RENT.
|gyAdvertise in the CITIZEN.
For eight months the best natured
creature ID the worid had undisputed
sway in the kitchen and its environs;
but toward spring the mistress began
to take account of stock.
"Bridget,"she asked, "where are the
pots and frying pane?"
"Pots, ma'am? and it's good for
nothing they are! Every family as I
live with always get new pots in the
"Bridget, I cannot find the kitchen
"Dishes, ma'am? and it's in the
ash cart they are. Every family as
I lives with always gets new dishes
in the spriDg."
"Bridget, what have you done
with the bed and table linen? It's
positively in rage!"
"Rags", ma'am? What would you
be expecting after the cold weather?
Everybody as I lives with always
gets new things in the spring."
"Bridget, when I walked through
the kitchen last night, there were
hundreds of roaches running over
the floor and on the tables and
shelves. How could you let so many
bugs live in the house?
"Roachs, is - it, ma,am? and you
haven't any at all! Bogs always
come out in the spring. Every fam
ily as I lives with has many running
in the daytime as there is here at
"Well, Bridget, I think you had
better get a new home."
"And I think so myself, ma'am.
Every family as I lives with in the
winter always gets a new girl in the
COMPARISON SOLICITED. A
wise discrimination should be exer
cised by all who take medicine. The
proprietors of Hood's Sarsaparilla
solicit a careful comparison of this
medicine with other blood purifiers
and medicines, being confident that
the peculiar merits of Hood's Sarsap
arilla pre so apparent that the people
will unhesitatingly prefer it to any
other preparation. Hood's Sarsapa
rilla is not a mixture of molasses and
a few inert roots and herbs, but it is
a peculiar concentratsd extract of the
best alterative and blood-purifying
remedies of the vegetable kingdom.
The enormous sales of Hood's Sarsa
parilla, and the wonderful cures
effected, prove even more than has
been claimed for this medicine. If
you are sick the best medicine is
none too good. Therefore, take
An Ohio tame crow has lived to
pass his 32d birthday.
For twenty-five years I have been
severely afflicted with hay fever.
While ! was suffering intensely 1
was induced, through Mr. Tichenor's
testimonial, to try Ely's Cream Balm
The effect was marvelous. It enabled
me to perform my pastoral duties
without the slightest inconvenience,
and 1 have escaped a return attack.
I pronounce Ely's Cream Balm a
curefcr hay lever.—Wm. T. C'arr,
Presbyterian Pastor, Elizabeth, Nr J.
was invented in 1G35.
A Prominent Merchant
of Holly Springs, Miss., writes:
"Tutt's Pills are doing wonders iu
this State, and are becoming more
popular every day. All our physic
ians prescribe them in their practice."
J. H. ATUEY.
—Distributing hand bills is here
after a jail offense in Washington.
In General Debility, Emaciation,
Consumption and Wasting in Chil
dren, Scott's Emulsion is a most val-1
nable food and medicine, it creates an
appetite, strengthens the nervous\
I system and builds up the body.
"Have been highly pleased with it in ,
Consumption, Scrofula, and Waeting f
Diseases, Bronchitis and Throat \
) Troubles " —A. Jones, M. D. Coruera
ville, Tenn •
—A six foot nine husband and a 1
\ tour toot wit® anmse \3 pyer "isecV, "K.
In Brief, And To The Point. I
i "Dyspepsiais dreadiui. Disordered'
) liver is misery. Indigestion is a foe
to good nature. i
The human digestive Apparatus is
I one of the moat complicated and'
wonderful things in existence. It is
easily put out of order. j
Greasy food, toug'u food, sloppy'
food, bad cookery, mental worry, late
hours, irregular habits, and many
other things which ought not to be,
have made the American people a
nation of dyspeptics.
But Grean's August Flower has
done a wonderful work in reforming
this sad business and making the
American people so healthy that they
can enjoy their meals and be happy.
Remember No happiness with
out health. But Green's August
Flower brings health and happiness
to the dyspeptic. Ask your druggist
for a bottle. Seventy-five cents.
—There are 72 colored preachers
in the city of Raleigh, N. C.
Drunkenness or the Liqour
Habit Positively Cured by ad
ministering Dr. Haines' Golden
It can be given in a cup of coffee
or tea without the knowledge
of the person taking it; is
absolutely harmless and will effect a
permanent and speedy cure,
whether the patient is a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Thousands of drunkards have been
made temperate men who have taken
the Golden Specific in their coffee with
ont their knowledge, and to-day be
lieve they quit drinking of their own
free-will. IT NEVER FAILS. The
system once impregnated with the
Specific it becomes an utter impossi
bility for the liquor appetite to exist.
For full particulars, address GOLD
EN SPECIFIC Co., 185 Race St.,
—A little boy's first pair of trous
sers always fit if the pockets are deep
—A Paris genius has invented an
"optometer" which will detect a wo
—A peculiarity of Hood's Sarsap
arilla is that while it purifies the
blood, it imparts new vigor to every
function of the body.
—There is a white oak tree in Gil
man, Pierce county, Wis, that is 21
feet in circumference. It is the lar
gest tree in that part of the State.
—A 4 months old child was bitten
by a rat atDecatur, 111, and died from
A largo frame boarding house, good location
and doing large business. Terms easy, tor
further particmars inquire of
1,. S. MeJIJiKIJi, 17 E. Jeffi-rson St.,
7-29,tf Butler, P».
L. 8. McJUNKIN,
Insurance and Real Eslate
Fire, Life anil Accident Insurance written
at this office.
Also, Desirable Building Lots, Dwelling
Houses and Farms for sale.
17 EAST JEFFERSON ST.
FARM FOB SALE.
I will seell ray farm, located in Franklin
township, Butler county, Pa. It contains
of good, well watered land, both ridge and
swamp; good grain land and good grass land
about 30 acres of good chestnut timber, three
GOOD BANK BARN,
50x60 feet, frame and log dwelling, ood
spring and good spring house near house;
well in kitchen, good corn crib, pig pen and,
all necessary improvements.
For terras, etc, inquire of mc on the prem
ises. GEORGE 0. MCCANDLESS,
fi& COB? ?• •■• i •-• r.• r. ji
-y' 1 r\, . -"t!
IS-i2o"1 : :vi ccrtaLicu.-3 fur Ur-uiit's
ISisor.se, St- 10 in j;!;-.;.lcr,
1 igsK TT fi'-4 , sJ ci'-'l aU rf the
tTHi '' L JEy .Kislr.oya auj I'riaor"
JASIES E. MOaitri, «->!-• Asent,,
CI IAMHi'iH-i 2>T,i iviiVi Vl'J"^'-
FOK SALE BY
J. C. REDICIv, Druggist,
AFFLICTED kw UNFORTUNATE
After all others fail consult
329 N. 15th St., belowCallowhill, Phila., Pa.
2© years experience in all SJ'ECI AI. diseases. Per
manently restores those weakened by early indiscre
tions,&c. Call or write. Advice free and strictly con
fidential. Weurs : it a. a. till ?,and 7to 10 evenings.
MACK mi AC.
Palace Stearaers. Low Rates.
Four Tripe per Week Between
DETROIT, MACIO.mC ISLAND
fit. Ignaso, Cheboygan, Alpena, Harrisville,
Onecda. Sand Beach, Port Huron,
Gt. Clair, Oakland House, Marino City.
E.ery Week Day Eotwecn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Special Sunday Trips during July and Anguat.
Cuss ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS
Hit co and Excursion Tickets will bo furaiafecd
by your Ticket Acont, or address
C. D. WHiTCOrJIB, Gen'l Pass. Agsn?,
Detroit u Cleveland Steam Wav. Co.
sun !sm m m:
In Franklin twp., half way between Prospect
and Wlittestown, on tin* Pittsburg and Franklin
road, contains fourti en and a quarter acres, has
A Nev/ Frams House,
Cood barn and all ether necessary outbuildings.
Land ail level, and In gopd state of cultivation,
good well v.ater, both hard and soft, and good
orchaid of all kinds of fruit. For price and
ten s apply to me at my furniture store In Pros
C. M. EDMUKDSON.
BAEGERTO WN, PA.
T\\U already Famous Resort, though but a lit-'
i Vie over three years old, has met wlthau unpar
alleled patronage by tlie
MI43ITS OF ITS WATERS—
the cures performed. There is no other Ile.sort j
on the continent where Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, |
YvU\vtey Wvsea.se, Sctotula, Blood and SvUu IVIS-
I eas>es," Diabetes, Female Troubles, et<\, ate so
.successfully treated. A complete ore is the
rale, where a cure is possible. It is :i rte
liphtftillv cool itixl pleasant llesoit for THE
PLfc'ASiIRE SKEKKK a.s well lis for tile afillctctt. I
lloVe.V accommodations first, cirxss—rates reason- I
a,Y>\e. rates o\\ a\\ \mu\vrr H. Yl. W -
I lustrated pamiAAota contaVnmK \atoin\a low
in regard' lo place and treatment sent tree 011
:i pplicatioii. A (hire.-:;
liuitKKA MIXEKAL Srmxtis Co., LIMITED.
8-3-St SAKCEaiOWX, I'.l, j
m m pip mm
Y<rfhy it "is Superior to a\l
| c * ITS being enclosed it retains the high
lot. temperature so necessary in removing
the dirt from the goods,
Ortr? THERE being no Friction on the
£.ilu. clothing to wear It.
QrH THK peculiar action of tlie water In the
OI U. Machine (which cannot be understood
unless one sees it) fr.reing a strong current ot
water through the clothing at every vlrbratton
01' the Agitator, (which Id caused by the peculiar
construction ol the top of the Machine.
AiU AND best of all is that a child offouryears
can do the work It being so light. that
the operator sits down while doing It.
Machines and County and Township Rights
throughout tiic State of Pennsylvania. Sold by
SHIIiAS & HAYS,
OA L E S M EAT
to canvass for the sale of '
serv Stock ! Steady employment guaranteed.
SALARY AM) EXPENSES I'AII), Apply at
once, stating age. (lleler to tals paper.)
Chase Brothers Cc„ ,unil f. s " :i1 '
FOR SALE OH EXCHANGE 7
Two farms, one lias 112 acres fine, rich, level
land,witli house, barn, &c., aiso 270 acres of
good, rich land adapted to dairy, stoek or (.'rain
has a good house and three bank barns. Both,
near a prosoerouous Pennsyluania city.
Good mortgages wanted on farms.
J. 11. STKVENSOJf'S & GO'S Agency,
100 Fifth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa-_
FAR! FOR SALE
In Sugarcreek township, Armstrong county,
near Adams i'. 0., one anil one-fourth mile east
of the new oil development in Sugarcreck twp.
with bank barn, ;j2x«o feet;
lsxHii feet, 2 stories, with cellar, frame kitchen,
llxiu feet; good spring of water, farm well wa
tered, good orchard of grafted fruit. Farm in a
good state of cultivation. About
75 ACRES CLEARED,
balance In good timber. W ill sell extremely
low for cash. For particulars inquire of
J. K. WICK,
Clarion Co., Pa,
No operation or busiiic.-s.delav. Thou ands of
cures. At Keystone House, 'Reading. Pa.. 2nd
Saturday of each month. Send for circulars.
YOU CAN FIND
on Hie i.»: Pittsburgh :«t liio Ai|vcit*»iav v£
sassiss: REMINGTON BEDS.
who will com ratt for advertising at lov. tii ruled.
fr'. V/. AVER It SON* our agent*
WAIHTfI I ADY Active and Intelligent, tc
11 .» L fcU LflU ■ reprenent i: ler own locality
an old firm. Reference*required. Permanient position
and good salary. GAY & illfcoa., U Bafccla* fc u. , N. Y.
FOR FILL AND nra
YOU WILL FIND AT
22 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
BUTLER, - - FJL.,
One of the largest and most complete lines of
Ever offered to the trade. Anticipating an unusually large
trade this fall I bought accordingly and my
'tore is filled to its utmost capac
ity awaiting your
to make your pur
chases for fall and winter which
you should do as early as possible while the
selection is large and the stock full and complete.
Mens' and Boys' Kip Boots.
I am happy to inform the trade that my stock of Boots is per
fect in every particular and cannot help being appreciat
ed for I took special care in selecting them, feeling that
this line of goods above all others should be selected with
the most care possible. They are here and fully up to
my idea of a Boot for a man or boy who has to be out
in all kinds of weather in the winter. My Common Kip
Boots are all cut of the famous Walker Oakley Kips ot
Chicago, and every pair warranted to turn water and stay
soft and pliable. 1 have the utmost confidence in these
Boots knowing so well the grade of stock they are made
from. 1 feel perfectly safe in recommending them to my
trade. Prices on this particular line is Mens' Hand Peg,
lland sided Kip Boots, $2.25; Boys' $1.75, Youths'sl,2s,
Glnldrens' 90 cts. My cheaper boots are all cut from first
class stock, prices from 50 to 75 cts. lower than other grades.
UMS', MISSES' US CHUMS' SHOES.
This line of goods is thoroughly complete both in fine and
common shoes. Every day shoes for persons that require a
good strong shoe I have them made from Oak Kip, and the
very best tannery Calf every pair pefectly water
proof and servicable. The Childrens' School
Shoes are all made extra high cut ot good Calf
skin and Oil Goat both being waterproof secures
for them a very important thing and that is dry feet at all
times in the winter. In Ladies and Misses tine Shoes an in
spection will convince you tYiattViey are all tUatl claim fox them
Good Goads, Correct Styles and Perfect Fitting
I And prices on all Uve.se goods are greatly reduced since last
year. Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes are fully 15 per cent.
below last year's prices and Childrens' High Cut School Shoes
are selling at e.avwe \rtice Cut goods sold at before. In
) offering this line of goods 1 feel justly proud tliat 1 am a\Ae
to place tliem on sale at the remarkable low price at which
they are to be sold.
1 Mens' Fine Seamless
1 wish particularly to call your attention to a line ot fine seam-
Jess shoes in Button, Bal. or Congress, Tip or Plain foe. I
have lines that are much cheaper and some that are higher
price, but this one line I consider a Special Bargain having
bought 07 cases of these fine shoes at less than first cost I have
placed thein on sale for $1,50 a pair. They are worth con
siderable more money and you had better secure a pair before
they are ail gone.
List of Borne of my Specialties
Ladies' spring beel Shoes and Slippers, Ladies' felt sole Shoes and
Slippers, Old Ladies' warm shoes and slippers, Ladies' fiue Beaver
cloth button shoe warm lined haDd turned—a perfect success
MODS' low instep Boots in Kip and Calf, Mens' Felt Boots, Mens'
Beaver Boots, Mens' Duck Boots—warm find waterproof.
BOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER
My capacity for making strictly hand made Boots and Shoes is
the largest in Western Pennsylvania. All work
warranted and lit guaranteed.
500 Pair Shop Boots on hand which mattes it very convenient
for any who cannot wait to have their Boots made, i hey are
all made of French Kip, Box toe and plain, three or four
soles, extra high in the leg. A full stock ol shop made Shoes
always on hand in Button, Bal. and Congress.
pairing both Rubber and Leather Gooes.
and Findings less than City prices.
BOSTON RUBBER GOODS
Oaly. As Boston Rubber Shoe Go's goods are the best goods
in the market experience has taught me that there is nothing
to be made by handling those low priced Rubbers. So I have
concluded to handle Boston goods and the price I will sell
them at puts them within the reach of all. Every pair of
Rubber Boots and Shoes in my house have been made this
vear and all plainly stamped Boston Rubber Shoe Co.
MENS' RUBBER BOOTS, Bostons, $2.35, including a
pair of good heavy slippers. The above price cannot be dupli
cated. Boys' Rubber Boots $1.85, Bostons' Youths' $1.25,
Womens' $1.05, Childrens' 90 cts,, Misses' $1.15.
MENS' BUCKLE ARCTICS, Bostons, SI.OO. A full
line of Warm Over-shoes for Men, Boys, Ladies and Children.
Prices guaranteed to be lower than than any other house in
Butler county. Goods warranted to be Boston Rubber Co.
goods made this year. No limit to the supply.
When you come to the Fair or Reunion, or at any time
call and see me, Yours Very Truly,
22 South Miin Street.
While other merchants are singing their own praises, we cause our customers
to acknowledge that our method of dealing is the best, our goods aocond to none,
in fact superior to many u.-ually kept and sold as TIIE BEST. "Butler and surrounding
country needed such a storo a3 this," is the general encouraging words our customers give us, "and people will be
fast finding it out too." We keep good and well made goods only. Our cheapest garment is eewed with first
class thread, trimmed, lined and made up in a substantial manner. Our medium and better grades tak-i rank with
any Custom-made in the way of fitting and mako up. while our FINE DIIESS SUITS must be seen to be appre
ciated. OUR PRICES are decidedly the lowest. In short we desire to state that we keep a full line of
Mens', Youths', Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
of all styles and grades. Every garment sold under a positive guarantee that it must be as represented or money
refunded. HATS, CAPS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, etc., in great variety. The latest styles of everything
pertaining to a first-class clothing store always on hand. The true fitting white and fancy shirts always on hand.
We ask those who have not as yet patronized our store to give us a fair trial. We have no doubt of the ulti
mate result. We invite one and all to call OD us before purchasing their Clothes, Underwear or Hats elsewhere.
Remember, no misrepresentation, be he judge or no judge of goods, at
BAHNY'S ONE-PRICE CLOTHING STORE
SEOUGE RElBEii BLOCK,
JVlain Street, Butler* 3?a,.
188 o: 1850 ISSO 1850 1850 ESTABLISHED 1950 1850 1850 1850 =IBSO
E. E BXEB, J E wWL E: R .
No. 19 NORTH MAIN STREET,
KRAI OPEING OF SPUING GOODS.
Diamonds, Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Silver Watches
""URSPV F* S TOME Paperweight. Gilt with Glass Shade, Plush Lock, Plaque with Floral Ornament
rAllwl L> 0 I* 3 3 tion, MARBLE, Enameled Iron; in short, a complete line of Clocks
SHItTQY'YITQ Q SLyIQ/*! Q H"T7 Don't fail to see this line of Goods, as it is the largest
rJIaVvX Wdi v (A) UpvUiuiUlj • gflnd most complete stoctfeyer shown in Butler.
|~\T> 'Q SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES, ia Gold, Silver and Steel frames,
YJ JA< VJT O scientifically adjusted under Dr. King's System.
Kememberjwe Warrant aIS Woods as Represented.
free of charge. Place of business opposite Troutman's Dry Goods Store.
SIGN OF WIRE SIGN.
ISTo- 19, IST or th. iVlain Street? - BUTLER) PA,
YO UR ATTENTION
Sis Oalled to my of
, Watches, Clocks, Jewelery,
SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, &c.,
All of which have been selected with great care for
A complete line of ROGER BROS' Celebrated
KNJVES,, FORKS, SPOONS, £C., &C.,
All ejoods Engraved FREE of charge. If you wish to buy from a well
J. R. GKIEB'S, so.irrmS"st,«,«-
UULLLI WATCH CADLIJ SIAN OV ELECTRIC BELL.
/ match shades ot
yjfc - »> £ latest and most ef
of colors in house
ti<w; !k\V >4 P if your dealer has not
pacing* k got our portfolio ask him
•'«" f to send to us for one. You
'ATLAS'I SST *1 can then tee exactly how
READY- \ §» 1 your house will appear
MIXED \ ?» I when finished.
PAINT \ JJ\ Dothisan use"Atlts"
to (fire tat- «■ \»>3 Ready-Mixed Paint itndin
iirutiun, \ 'iTM sure yourself satiEfacUon.
»nd»greoto| <j*l ♦» flic See our guarantee.
t«iut|>i»niK \ I ( White Lead and Paint
L?JPI Wsß NORTH FRONT SI.
J. C. REDICK, Sole Agent,
Butler, - - Pa.
Ffo§ PRIVATE DISPENSARY
MS --Jr OFFICES, OOfi PENN AVE.
( "t2§W«i j PITTSBURGH, PA. -
All forma of Delicate and Com
plicated Diseases requiring Cox
fidkntial and Scikntific Medi
cation arc treated atlliis with a suc
cess rarely attained* Dr. S. K. Luke is a member
of the Koyal < olleiro of Physicians a\ *\l Surgeons,
and is the oldest and most experienced SrECIAL
-IST in the city. Si>ce*al attention given to Nerv
ous lability "from excessive mental exertion, in
discretions of voutii, &c., causing physical and
mental deeav. I:tek of energy, despondency, etc.;
also Cancers, Old Sores, Fits, Piles, tthcumatism
and all diseases ol thefckhi, llloocL Lungs, tJrin
arv < Irgans. &c. Consultation fire and strictly
confidential. Office hours i» lo 4 and 7to K p.m.;
Sundays - to 4 p.m. only. Call at office or address
S. Iy.LAKK, M. I). , M.E.C. P.S. or E.J. LAKE, M. B.
SURVE Y I NG
Particular attention given to the Retracing of
old lines. Address,
R. F. 11l 1,1,14 HO.
North Hope P. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
No. 88 and 90, S. Main St.,
BUTLER, - - !PA..
Near New Court House—formerly Donaldson
•louse—good accommodations for travelers.
Good stabling connected.
[4-a-'s»;-lyJ H IiITENML'I-LEIt. l'rop'r.
For Dropsy, Gravel, Blight's, Heart. Urinary
or Liver Diseases, Nervousness, &c. Cure <;uar
anteed. oniee 831 Arch street. Philadelphia. fi
l>er bottle,« for $5. .ty, Druggists. Try it.
A. Troutman <& Son.i
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I "VJ E \IW\TE specVaY attenWou lo OUT vmiVvoVed. Stock o? *
i Goods, Notions. Trimmings, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Oil
Cloths, Lace Curtains, Curtain Poles, Window Shades and
SILKS and DEESS
We have a large assortment of Colored Dress Goods in all the
New Shades. Black and Colored Silks at Special low prices
Table Linens, Table Napkins,
Quilts, Muslin Underwear for ladies and Misses,
New Kid Gloves,
New Lisle and Silk Gloves,
New Braid Trimmings.
Carpets, Carpets, Carpets,
We have just received a very large stock of New Spring Car
pets in new Colorings and Designs and at lower prices,
New Smyrna Rugs, Door Mats, Oil Cloths, &c., c£c.
Lace Curtains, Madres Curtain by the yard, Curtain Poles,
Curtain Chains, Window Shades, Fixtures, &c.
Spring Jackets and Wraps for ladies and Misses.
LARGEST STOCK. BEST ASSORTMENT.
A. TROUTMAN & SON'S,
GET THE BEST!
Manufactured by .Jameß McXees at Hallston, Butler County, Pa.
The only Pump that leaves the water ABSOLUTELY PUKE.
They are the most desirable pump made. WE GUARANTEE SAT
ISFACTION in every respect.
KEISTEB P. O; Kutler Go., fa
JAMES E. KEABNS,
Is prepared to 3erve the public of this section
at vendues, etc. Having had many years ol
experience he caa guarantee perfect satisfac
tion at rates that will suit ail- Leave word
at this office. 3,1,84.1y
No. 35 McKean Street,
Meals at all hours. Open all Nlyht. Breakfaa
sc. Dinner 25c. Supper B;>c, Lodfflngr 23c,
[IS-4-3m] SIMEON NIXON, Prop'r,
ISP Advertise ia the CITIZEN.
Tlie only brand of Laundry Soap
awarded a first class medal at the
New Orleans Exposition. Guaran
teed absolutely pure, aud for general
household purposes is the very best
Trr.lCE .V.ftRK .. RSCISTOWD.
afe&xi -Cs' i-.-r \jfg-E%a«B^L
t029 Art 1; Lit root. I'liiitid'a. Pa.
A WELL TRIED TREATMENT
For Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. PTspep
ula, Catarrh, llay Fever, Headache, Debility,
Rheumatism. Neuralgia and all Clirosic and
••Tlie Compound Oxygen Treatment," Drs.
Starker & Palen, No, 1529 Arch Street, Philadel
phia. have been using for the last seventeen
years. Is a scientific adjustment of the element*
of Oxygen and Nitrogen magnetized, and th#
compound is so condensed and made portable
that it Is sent all over the world.
Drs. St&rkey & Palen have the liberty to refer
to the following named well-known persons
who have tried their treatment:
HON. WM. D. KELLEY, Member of Congress,
REV. VICTOR l. CONRAD. Editor Lutheran
REV. CHARLES W, CUSMNG, D. D„ Rochester
HON. WM. PENN NIXON, Editor Inter-Ocean,
REV. A. \V. MOORE. Editor The Centeiii-ry,
Lancaster, S. C.
JUDGE H. P, YROOMAN, Quenemo, Kan.
illiS. ITAIiY A. LIVEI-' MORE, Itlelrose, Mi Bsa
JUDGE U. S. VOORHEES. New York City.
Mlt. E. C. KNIGHT, Philadelphia.
MR. FRANK si I>I)ALL, Merchant. Philadelphia
HON. W. W. SCHt YLER, Easton, Pa.
EDW'AIfD L. WiI.SON, t-;j3 Broadway, N. Y., Ed.
FIDELIA M. LYON, Watmea, Hi .wall Sand
ALEXANDRIA RITCHIE. Inverness, Scotland.
MRs. MANI'EL V. ORTEGA. Fresnlllo, Zacate
MRS. EMMA COOPER, Utilla , Spanish Hondu
ras, Bentr.il America.
J. COBB. U. S. Vice Consel, Casablanca, Moroc
M. V. ASIIIJROOK. Red Bluff Cal.
ERNEST TURNER. Nottlnjream, England.
JACOB WARD, Bowral, New South Waleii.
And thousands of others in every part or the
"Compound Oxygen—its Mode of Action and
Results," Is the title of a new brochure of two
hundred pages, published by Drs. Starkev .t
Palen. which gives to all inquirers full Informa
tion as to this remarkable curative agent and a
record of several hundred surprising cures In a
wide range of chronic cases—many of them af
ter being abandoned to die by other physicians,
will be mailed free to ahy address ou applica
tion. Read the brochure!
DRS. STARKLY & PALES.
No. 1529 Arrli Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
WSST mN HOUSs!
This hotel, just across the street from the de
pot, has been relit ted In the new, and I am
again prepared to accommodate the travelling
DAY OR WEEK.
Good Rooms, good attention, good stabling:
For further information enquire on the
R. B. GILCHRIST, Proprietor.
TIF CUM GROCERY
STORE iu Butler, three doors west
of West Pena Depot.
Having opened a fresh stock of GROCERIES
consisting of Coffee, Teis, Sugar, Syrup, Spices.
Canned Goods of ali kinds. Hams,
Bacon, Lard, &c. t &c,,
Tobacco aud Cigai-s,
j FLOUR of best brands and low prices ; also, a
I full line of Klingler's popular brands of family
Hour constantly on hands.
HAY, GATS, CORN and FE£D of all kinds at
I Xo. l.Salt.SLowcr any other
House In ISufler.
Country Produce wanted tor which the highest
price w ill be paid. Call and examine our stock
I Goods delivered tree to all parts ol town.
I J. J. KE&ENS
116 "East Jefferson St., - - Butle Pa.
'J. E DOUGLASS,
\ OY ALL KINTiS,
Eagle Building, Main St.,
BUTLER, - - 1?^,
Bed Room Suits,
Dining Room Suits,
Fine Line of Carpet-Seat Rockers, at
No. 40, NORTH MAIN ST.,
The Cheapest Furniture Store
IN" BUTLER. |
W. F.MILLER. |
Il>lfl»13> m 00. 75 to 1.0(1 per (ml. BEST
LINSEED OIL PAINTS.
Shipped anywhere, all shades. Property own
era order direct. Also - and 3 ply Felt Rooflnj
with best coating and Cement. Agents wanted
Color card price list free. ATLAS PAINT to.
P. O. BOX a>e, Pittsburg. Pa
Mutual Fire insurance Co
Office Cor. Main & Cunningham Sts
•X C. ROESSING, PBESIDENT.
WM. CAMPBELL, Treasure*
H. C. HEINEMAN, SECKKTAST
J L Purvis, Samuel Anderson,
William Campbell J. W. linrkhart,
A. Tt out man, Henderson Oliver,
G. C. lioessine, lames Stephenson,.
Dr. W. Irvin, X. Weltzel,
J. F. Taylor. |H. C. Helnemau.
LOYAL M'JUNKIN, Gen. A«T
B fI'IfCQTIQCDS or others,who wish toexami*
All VCIf I I® End this paper, or obtain estimate
on advertising tpfci.' when in Chicago, will find it on fHe a
tte Adver tieing Aftn "LORD&THOHASj