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(THE SEW «|I T IMIWE)
j| HOOD APPETITE
J SEW STRENGTH,
•I / QI'IET SIEVES,
| HAFP* DATS.
11 SWEET SLEEP,
A POWERFUL TONIC.
that the most delicate stomach will bear.
A SPECIFIC FOR MALARIA,
and all Germ Diseases.
THE MOST SCIENTIFIC AND SITCESSFTL
BLOOD PURIFIER, Superior to quinine.
Rev Wm. Lucas. Rector Urace Church, Ra
venna. 0.. writes: "I cordially endorse Kas
fclne 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 conllned to htr bed for
months. Kasklne hail her up and around In a
few days, and In a short time cured her.
Living: In the malarial districts of Maryland
I tecame a victim of worst forms of malarial
fever. I drugged myself with quinine and
other remedies without avail. I was greatly
reduced when I hesrd of Kasklne. Its curotlvc
powers were a medical revelation to me. It
cured me and I have not had a return of the
(Prof.) .1. D. Illrd,, 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 special
medical advice. SI.OO per bottle, or six bottles
- for (5. Sold by
J. C. REDICK, Buler, Pa.
or sent by maU on receipt of price.
KASKIXE CO.. 54 Warren St.. New York.
15 M EXACT LABLE IS OH 'y\ C £
k K K CAOH CHIMNEY AS \\ g m
of fobe cod ronton.
jy Hypopbosphltesof Lime&Si^B
Almost asPalatable as Milk.
Ik* only preparation of COD LITER OIL that
out be taken readily and tolerated tor a long tine
kr delicate lit— *****
ATO 48 A JtEIEDT FOR COffgrMPTlOjr,
■attuLfttlft AFKfccn6?<K, Ain£»iA, okV
HIL EtttUirt, cotloufe ASp AE.
WCTWSft, and all WifeTlSH PISOUPF.BS OF
OUlillE!! R fa pinrTeltOßg In it* result*.
Prescribed and endorsed by the beat I'byticlan*
iS the countries of the world.
Wmr Sato kr all Dnnllla.
Why you should send your order for any kind of
Bye or Rouri on Whiskey. Brandy, Gin. Wines,
lie.. to J. Schumacher, No. (KU Liberty St., Pitts
burg. Pa., is because lie keeps the best and pur
est goods in that line, and sells them at lower
prices than any house in Pittsburg.
Three year old Pure ltye, Sti oo per gallon.
Four year old Pure Rye, £2.r.0 per gallon.
Five year old Pure Rye, #3.00 per gallon.
From 6 to 8 year old Pure Rye $3.00 to #">.oo per
gallon. The purest Imported Wines, Brandies
and (tins prescribed by physicians for medical
purpose*, Goods shipped to all parts of the
country. No charge for package. Call or write
and give me a trial order and you will after that
deal with no other house. Send money with
order, by registered letter or P. O. order. U.S.
Revenue laws prohibit shipping goods C. O. 1).
Respectfully JACOB SCIUMAOIKR,
901 Liberty St., Pittsburg. Pa.
fir-Store located two minutes walk from Un
OU WAI.DRON, Graduate of the Phila
• IV. dclphia Dental College, is prepared
to do anything iu the line of his profession in u
Ofltce oil Main street, Butler, Union Block
J. S. LUSK, M, D„
Has removed from Harmony to Butler and has
his office at No. 9, Main St., three doors below
Lowry House. apr-30-tf.
DB. R. C. McCURDY,
Pbyslclau and Surgeon,
Office on Main St., over Kemper's store.
Butler, - - Penn'a.
Dr. 8. A. JOHNSTON,
DENTIST, - - BUTLER, PA.
All work pertaining to the profession execut
ed in the neatest manner.
Specialties : —Gold Fillings, and Painless In
fraction of Teeth, Vitalized Air administered.
Oflee ob Jeffertoa Street, one door Ksst of Lowry
House, Up Stairs.
Office open daily, except Wednesdays and
Thursdays. Communications by mail receive
R. B.— The only Dentist In Butler using the
best ntkes of teeth.
JOHN E. BYERS,
PHYSICIAN ASD SURGEON
Office No. 65 South Main Street,
BUTLER, - PA.
SAMUEL M. BIPPUS,
Physician and Surgeon.
No. 10 West Cunningham St.,
A J FRANK & CO,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICES,
SPONGES, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, Ac.
BWPhyslclans' Prescriptions carefully com
pounded, and orders answered with care ana
dispatch. Our stoct of medicines Is complete
warranted t inulne, and of the best quality.
45 South Main Street,
BTJTLEB, • IFA.
MRS. AMELIA EYTHE
Wanted Immediately 12 more learning girls-
Thanking customers for past patronage I am
still at the old s' and.
House No. 48 Cunningham St.,
13 CJTLER, IP-A..
_*jALSO BOOHS TO KF.ST.
EaTAdyertiße in the Citizkn.
The notion of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company in making prepa
rations to substitute steam heating
Apparatus for coal stoves in passenger
ears indicates a commendable readi
ness to meet the jnst demands of the
public for something that will insure
safety. The experiments which hare
already been made completely dis
pose of the objection that a locomo
tive boiler could not generate sufficient
steam for both heating and driving
purposes. Undoubtedly the adop
tion oft* system of steam-heating
would have mitigated the horrors of
many railroad disasters; but preven
tive measures should not be allowed
to end here. The frequency of acci
dents of late through the failure of
air-brakes to work at a critical mo
ment suggests the necessity of some
provision to guard against such a
contingency. That the air-brake is
uncertain and can not be made sure
and positive by any human agenc}'
has been repeatedly proved, and the
adoption of an additional brake is a
matter that should claim the
tiou of both legislators and railroad
managers. If a law should be enact
ed requiring that every freight «nd
passenger car built after the passage
of the act shnuld be thus equipped,
leaving it to the railroad companies to
decide what manner of brake they
would use, within five years the ad
vantageous results would be appar
in a reduction of the number of acci
dents, curtailment in the loss of life
and a great saving of property; while
the companies would probably be im
pelled by prudential consideration s to
carry out a similar measure of im
provements with regard to all their
A single Government inspector
in New York State has witLin the
last few weeks paid over SIO,OOO to
the owners of cattle slain because
suffering from pleuro-pncumonia
It is an incurable disease and the on
ly way to restrain it is to kill all the
cattle which take it. Yet Dr. Me
Lean, of the Bureau of Animal In
dustry at Washington, says it re
appears as fast as it is stamped out
because of the lack of sufficient in
spection aud quarantine. llow much
that would cause no one ventures to
state, but it may be guessed from
Dr. McLean's statement that a mil
lion might bo spent for that purpose
alone Pleuro pneumonia among the
cattle of the United States is almost
as costly a thing as phylloxera amoug
the vineyards of France.
—Another airbrake accident.
There is plenty of room for another
Westinghousa in this county.
—Not a drop of rain has fallen in
portions of Michigan since .July 4.
Forest fires are raging near ICoehler,
where the people are lighting fire.
Slow Work To Build Up.
Stone upon stone, brick upon brick,
slowly is the house built. To-day
does not show much progress or ad- j
vance in the work over yesterday.
Surely it will be weeks and even '
months before the walls are fiuished, 1
and the plastering, the carpentering, i
the plumbing and the painting. ;
llow tedious, how slow each are. i
They take their own time. But at j
last each part of the work is done and !
the workers have left. Then comes !
the inspecting by the owner. How
great the satisfaction if he can at its
close say, "It is well done; I am sat- 1
isfied." It matters not, new, how
discouraged and disheartened he had
oft times become, while the workers
were ploddinj* on. The result of
their handicraft can now be enjoyed.
So it is often with the invalid, who,
after long years of suffering, having
gone down lower and lower in the
scale of chronic invalidism, has con
cluded to give a trial of some really
good and well-approved remedy.
He may for a time see but little
change, but little improvement. He
may become impatient, and lose hop-.;
because the preferred treatment does ;
not rebuild in a day, or week, or j
month, that which he had been years
in tearing down. The following is a
very common form of the commence
ment of a letter received by this class
of patients, by the proprietors of the
justly celebrated Treatment, by Com
pound Oxygen. It was from a lady
in Michigan, who had suffered for
years with a complication of diseases,
some of them deep-seated aud chronic.
After three weeks' use of the
Treatment, she wrote: "Thus far I
can see no benificial results My kid
neys seem to be much disturbed;
suffer much pain since using the
Compound Oxygen so much so that I
can scarcely get into a position whore
I can feci comfortable." Your Com
pound Oxygen broke up a hard cold
in a day's use. It is worth all it
costs if it does nothing more for me! !"
She is now, as might be expected
from this experience, a firm believer
in Compound Oxygen.
This Compound Oxygen has a his
tory wonderful in its way, and worth
reading by everybody whose life is
worth preserving. That history is
embodied in a very interesting two
hundred page treatise, which is sent
by mail free, on application. Please
address Drs. Starkey <fc Palen, 1529
Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
A Good Appeiito
13 essential to good health; but at
this season it is often lo3t, owing to
the poverty or impurity of the blood,
derangement of the digestive organs,
aud the weakening effect of the chan
ging season. Hood's Sar3aparilla is
a wonderful medicine for creating an
appetite, toning the digestion, and
giving strength to the whole system.
Now is the time to take it. Be sure
to get Ilood's Sarsaparilla.
—The canning of fruits and vege
tables in California has increased
rapidly within the last lew years.
It has nearly trebled in a decade,
the pack of last season exceeding 7GO
- cases and that of 1887 is esti
mated to be at least 30 per cent larger,
making the production nearly 1,000-
000 cases Fully 80 per cent of these
canned goods are marketed east of
the Rocky Mountains, not a few of
them being sold for direct export to
A Good Report
from New Orleans. G. A. Pickett
says: "My habit has been costive ali
my life. Havo used a great many
remedies, but never found any that
could compare with Tutt's Pills.
They havo cured me."
—The verdict in the Chatswortb,
111. railway accident by which so
many persons lost their lives recently,
lets the company down very easy.
The blame is put upon a section man
who burned grass near the track and
did not take proper care to see that
the fire did not spread.
Anything for "Wotes."
Democratic roll call on the tariff is
Ohio? Free Trade;
Pennsylvania? A straddle.
People Demand Protect ion.--
What are they? Aa a general
thing they are prescriptions having
been used with great success by old
and well-read Physicians. Thous
ands of invalids bavo been unexpect
edly cured by their use, and they are
the wonder and dread of Physicians
and Medical Colleges in the U. S.,
so much so, that Physicians gradu
ating at Medical Colleges are requir
ed to discountenance Proprietary
Medicines, as through them the
country doctor loses his most profit
able practice. As a manufacturer of
Proprietary Medicines, Dr. G. G.
Green of Woodbury, X. J., advocates
most cordially.—in order to prevent
the risk that the sick and afflicted aro
liable to, almost daily by the use of
Patent Medicines put out by inex
perienced persons for aggrandizement
only, and the employing of inexperi
enced and incompetent doctors by
which almost every village and town
is cursed; and men claiming to be doc
tors who had better be undertakers,
experimenting with their patients and
robbing them of their money and
health, —for the good of the afflicted
that our government protect its peo
ple by making laws to regulate the
practice of medicine by better exper
ienced and more thoroughly eduacted
Physicians, and thereby keep up the
honor and credit of the profession,
also form laws for the recording of
recipes of Proprietary Medicines, &n
--der examination and decision of ex
perienced Chemists and Physicians
appointed for that purposo by the
Government, before they are licensed
for general use. He would most
freely place the recipe of Bosehee's
German Syrup and Green's August
Flower under such laws, had he the
proper protection, and thereby save
the prejudice of the people, and avoid
the competition and imitation of
worthless medicines. Copied from
the Chicago Mail, Aug. 3, 'B7.
—The disastrous horse disease
| which is raging on the coast of Jer
sey and threatens to extend to Phila
delphia, in the opinions of veterinary
j surgeons is cerebrospinal meningitis,
which is much more rapidly fatal
than epizooty that crippled the car
I service in Philadelphia about fifteen
j years ago. Cleanliness iu the sta
bles and a liberal use of disinfectants
' are recommended as means to be em-
I pluyed for preventing the spread of
; the disease.
For twenty-five years I have been
! severely aGlicted with hay fever.
1 While I v.as suffering intensely 1
was induced, through Mr. Tichenor's
testimonial, to try Eiy's Cream Balm
The effect was marvelous. It enabled
me to perform my pastoral duties
without the slightest inconvenience,
raid I have escaped a return attack.
I pronounce Ely's Cream Balm a
curefcr hay fever.—Wm. T. Carr,
Presbyterian Pastor, Elizabeth, N. J.
ln a week's time the earth trav
els over 11,C00,000 mike. Fortuna
tely there ate no wooduu bridges on
In General Debility, Emaciation,
Consumption and Wasting in Chil
dren, Scott's Emulsion is a most val
uable food and medicine, it creates an
appetite, strengthens the nervous
system and builds up the body.
'Have been highly pleased with it in
Consumption, Scrofula, and Wasting
Diseases, Bronchitis and Throat
Troubles " —A. Jones, M D. Corners
—The fellows who got licked at
Allentown are now busy explaining
how Randall didn't lick them.
Give Them A Chance 1
That is to say, your lungs Also
all your breathing machinery. Very
wouderfnl machinery it is. Not only
the larger air-passages, but the thou
sands of little tubes and cavities lead
ing from them. When these are
clogged and choked with matter
which ought not to be there, your
lunys cannot half do their work
And what they do, they cannot do
well. Call it cold, cough, croup,
pneumonia, catarrh, consumption or
any of the family ot' throat and nose
and head and lung obstructions, all
are bad. All ought to be got rid of.
Titers is just one sure way to get rid
of them. That is to take Bosehee's
German Syrup, which any druggist
will sell you at 75 cents a bottle.
Even if every-thing else has failed
you, you may depend upon this fur
—The Boston Traveler says that
out of twenty young men who con
tested for a West Point cadctship at
Westfield, Mass , ten wore rejec ted
by the physicians because they had
the "tobacco heart," brought on by
cigarette smoking- They were unfit
for West Point service. A pointer
for those who are fond of the cigar
ette, whether they want to go to
West Point or not.
Drunkenness or the Liqour
Habit Positively Cured by ad
ministering Dr. Haines' Golden
It caa be given in a cup of coffee
or tea 'Without the knowledge
of' tho person taking it; is
absolutely harmless aud will effect a
permanewt 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 Goldeu 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
EM SPECIFIC Co., 185 Race St.,
L. 8. McJUNKIN,
Insurance and Real Estate iig't.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance written
at this office.
Also, Desirali'e Building Lots, Dwelling
Houses aud Farms for Mile.
17 EAST JEFFERSON ST.
A larue frame hoarding house, good local lon
and doing ];irge business, Tcimseasy. lor
further nartictil.'.rs inri'iire of
i„ v. Mr lIMUX, 17 K. Jefferson St..
7-2n,ti Butler, Pa.
jL| I'ike'l.i-t of Outfits,
1 Maryland, U. !S. A.
18 m 4 188T
FOR FILL AND WINTER
YOU WILL FIND AT
22 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
BUTLER, - -
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
store 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 aud 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 Commofi Kip
Boots are all cut of the famous Walker Oakley Kips of
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. I feel perfectly safe in recommending them to my
trade. Prices on this particular line is Mens' Hand Peg,
Hand sided Kip Boots, $2.25; Boys'sl.7s, Youths' $1.25,
Clnldrens' 90 cts. My cheaper bocts are all cut from first
class stock, prices from 50 to 75 cts. lower than other grades.
UDiiS', wm ie ClilSßEir 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 tlivin made from Oak Kip, and the
very best tannery Calf every pair pefectly water
proof and servicable. The Cliildrens' School
Shoes are all made extra high cut of 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 Fine Shoes an in
spection will convince you that they are ali that I claim for them
Good Goods, Correct Styles and Perfect Fitting
And prices on all these goods are greatly reduced since last
year. Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes are fully 15 per cent,
below last year's prices and Cbildrens' High Cut School Shoes
are selling at same price the Low Cut goods sold at before. In
offering this line of goods I feel justly proud that I am able
to place them on sale at the remarkable low price at which
they are to be sold.
Mens' Fine Seamless Shoes,
I wish particularly to call your attention to a line of fine seam
less shoes in Button, Bal. or Congress, Tip or Plain Toe. I
have lines that are much cheaper and some that are higher
price, but this one line I consider a Special Bargain having
bought G7 cases of these fine shoes at less than first cost I have
placed them on sale for $1.50 a pair. They are worth con
siderable more money and you had better secure a pair before
they are all gone.
List of Some of my Specialties
Ladies' spring heel Shoes and Slippers, Ladies' felt sole Shoes and
Slipper?, Old Ladies' warm shoes and slippers, Ladies' fine Beaver
cloth button shoe wartn lined hand turned—a perfect success.
Meas' low instep Boots in Kip aud Calf, Mens' Felt Boots, Mens'
Beaver Boots, Mens' Duck Boots—warm and 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 mases it very convenient
for any who cannot wait to have their Boots made. They are
all made of French Kip, Box toe and plain, three or four
soles, extra high in the leg. A full stock of shop made Shoes
always on hand in Button, Bal. and Congress. tft£ffr»Re
pairing both Rubber and Leather Goods.
and Findings less than City prices.
BOSTON RUBBER GOODS
Only. As Boston Rubber Shoe Co'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' 5i.25,
Woinens' $1.35, Cbildrens' '<>o 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
I call aud see me, Yours Very Truly,
22 South Main Street.
ASKS YOU MS
While other merchants are singing their own praise?, we cau.«e our customers
to acknowledge that our method of dealincr is the best, our gocds second to none,
in fact superior to innny usually kept and sold as THE BEST. "Butler and surrounding
country needed snch a store as this," is tie general encouraging words our customers gire us, "and people will be
fast finding it out too." We keep good and well made goods only. Our cheapest garment is tewed with first
class thread, trimmed, lined and made up in a substantial manner. Our medium and better grades take rank with
any Custom-made iu the way of titling and make up. while our FINE DRESS 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 grudes. Every garment sold under a positive guarantee that it must be as represented or money
refunded. IIATS, CAPS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, etc., in great variety. The latest styles of everything
pertaining to a first-class clothing store always on hand. The tru<> fitting white and fancy shirts alwavs on hand.
We ask those who have not as yet patronized our store to give us a fair trial. Wo have uo doubt of the ulti
mate result. We invite one and all to call on us before purchasing their Clothey, Underwear or Hats elsewhere.
Remember, no misrepresentation, be be judge or no judge of goods, at
BAHNY'S ONE-PRICE CLOTHING STORE
3EGEGE K.ESBK2I BLOCK.
JVTairi Street, Butler* P;x.
1860 "" WW«nn ■» »» -<*. a» XOBC
Er< wvti the
« UItISi h , JEWELER.
No. 19 NORTH MAIN STREET,
Diamouds, Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Silver Watches
CAMPV PI flPtiW a P er Weight, Gilt with Glass Shade, Plush Lock, Plaque with Floral Ornament
i Mil WI tion > MARBLE, Enameled Iron; in short, a complete line of Clocks
RiItTOVWQ T'A Q RnOPl €ll fir Do,),t fail t0 sce th ' 9 line of Goods, as it is the largest
Vvi W Col vGt V vldl Ujf • and most complete stock oyer shown in Butler.
~T TVT( SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES, in Gold, Silver and Steel frames,
I~J JLV X\_A_Ll U O scientifically adjusted under Dr. King's System.
Kemombcriwe Warrant all Goods as Heprcsented.
free of charge. Placß of business opposite Troutman's Dry Goods Store.
SIGN OF WIRE SIGN.
ISTc- 19, North. Main Street? - BTJTLiCR* f-A.,
Is Called to my JF'ine Btock of
A Watches, Clocks, Jewelery,
SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, «c.,
>■ All of which have been selected with gFeat care for
JPPga OUR TRADE.
ffrrirlPi I A eoni P Je te line of ROGER BROS' Celebrated
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &C., SC.,
" ffoods Eograved FRK Eof charge. If jou wish to buy from ft well
T T> nDTPB'C UNION p LOOK,
' WIJ L!) O, No. Ift Street.
JIM WATCH CASIj sign 01 ' ELECTRIC bell*' pa "
f match shades of
MjR -■'' latest a nd most ef
of colors in house
P».-k«je ; yy- n got our portfolio ask him
orour i to send to ue for one. You
'ATLAS' I can then see exactly how
READY- \ §® ,|jf your house will api>car
MIXED \ when finished.
PAINT \ ?j\ Dothlsan. iwe"Atl«s"
to Kir«nat- b"M \i j Ready-Mixed Pslnt and in
i>f&aiion, sure yourself satisfaction.
r°iil?t e * to | 'yl [ tS3i «-See our guarantee.
SSA f vLg^D.WsMIICO,
p.mtMuvcn. > it White Lead and Paint
LsAPi >#s6 NORTH FRONT 31.
J. C. REDICK, Sole Agent,
I3iitlei* 9 - - !*».
r\ DOCTORS LAKE
hmm PRIVATE DISPENSARY
Jb£ -JP OFFICES, «» rENN AVE.
'* P:T:SBURGH > PA -
BSfc All forms cf Delicate and Com-
JK7 plicated I»lsc:u>csn'Hiring C'os
fidkntiai.nod SciKXTiKK: Medi
cation are treated at this I>i -i)Ciisary with « HUC
cess rarely attained. l>r. S. k. T.ake is a incnilier
of the Koyal * •illctre of l'liyslciiins and burgeons,
and is the oldest iuid mostexjKjiicnced M'i.t iU.-
IST in the city. Special attention given to Nerv
ous l>e!»llity from excessive mental exertion, !n
--discn tioiwof v.mth, Ac., causing physical and
mental devay,"lack of enei-gy, despondency, etc.;
a".so < aneers, Old Sores, His. I'iles, lllieuniatism
and all disea-e9 of the Skin, Blood, Urin
ary Organs, &c. Consultation free and strictly
confidential. Office hours!»to 4 and 7to S p.m.;
.Slim lay a 'J tot p.m. only. Call at office or address
S.K.LAKE, M.D.,M.ILC.P.S. orE.J.LAXE,M.D.
SURVE Y I NG
Particular attention given to the Retracing ol
•>ld lines. Address,
B. F. MILLIARD,
North Hope P. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
No. 88 and 90, S. Main St.,
BTTTLTCR, - " I J^V.
Near New Court House—formerly Donaldson
House— good accommodations for travelers.
Good stabling connected.
[l-y-'«C-!y] 11 KITENMCI.LEK. l'rop r.
Kor Dropsy. (jravel. Blight's. Heart, I'rlnar,'
or Liver Diseases, Nervousness, <tc. ( ure <iuar
anteed. ofllce »31 Arch street. Plillnd< lplila. $1
per bottle, C lor *•). At Druggists. Try it.
A. Troutman & Son.
in in i i 11 <j> liiiiiini
We invite special attention to our unrivaled Stock of Dry
I Goods, Notions. Trimmings, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Oil
Cloths, Lace Curtains, Curtain Poles, Window Shades and
SILKS and DRESS GOODs.
We have a large assortment of Colored Dress Goods in all the
New Shades, lilaek and Colored Silks at Special low prices
Table Linens, Table Napkins,
Quilts, Muslin Underwear for ladies and Misses,
New Kid Gloves,
Now 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., d'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 James McXces at IlallstoD, Batler 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.
K.EIBTKR i>. O-, IRutler Go., J^a
JAMES R. KBARHS,
Is prepared to serve the pulilic of thi* section
at vendues, etc. Having had many yeats ot
experience he can guarantee perfect satlsfac
tlon at rates that will suit all. Leave word
at this oilice. 8,5,54.1y
II PERMANENT STAMPING
For Kensingt > J, Arrasene
AND OUTLINE iVOBK CONE,
Alto lessons" iu sanr: given by A.MNIK M
LOWM AN,"North i ireet, Butlc.-, Pa.
Advertise in tlie Ciiizi.t
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The only brand of Laundry Soap
awarded a first class medal at the
New Orleans Exposition. Guaran
teed absolutely pure, awl for general
household purposes is the very best
v- • -!s tn.rciSTCREB.
-■'■■■ • - :'v. .. i-'liiia.U'ii. PSJ,
A WELL TRIED TREATMENT
For Coiisnmpliou, Asthma, lironrkitls. Mytippp
xia. iuintrli. Hay I'r-.tr, Hradlrir, DrliSlltf
Ultraisatisui. Neuralgia mil all ChroHic tai
"The Compound C-.\, a 'i'reat merit," Drs
Star key a l'.'Ku, No. wj Areli Street, Fhlladel
pliia. have txfii uMn>; lur the last sevemeee
years, is a sel> utliie aujusuueut of the e!cme;.U
ofOx\;vn and Ntli t'v;- .. inaynetlzed, and the
compound o < cnui i •.1 and made portable
thai it Is sent all over tbe world.
Drs. starl.cy & Pult n liave the lil< -rty to refer
to tl:e foilowii:;, uaiiud well-kncvn pci ; c.ns
who have tried tliflr ti'fiie.ent:
HON. \» M. D. KELLKY, Member of coagTC£3,
REV. ViCTOjK L. CONI'AP, Editor Lutheran
RF.\ W, CI riisG, D. D., Rochester
110 H. \VM. PENN NIXON, Editor Inter-Ocean,
ItBY. A. \\. MGORE. Editor The Centenary,
Lancaster. s. C.
r. MicojiAN, Quern mo, Kan.
UliS. MAi:\ A. LiVEIiSK I<E, Melrose, ik..=sa
Jt"D(Jlilt,S. VCOHHEES. New York City.
Mil. K C. KMtillT. Phihn - Ip'r.ia.
Ml:. I'UANSi MDDALL. 51 ivlutct.Philadilrhia
1i0.,. \>. V.. SCIirVLEU. 'i.ston, IV.
LDWARD L. WII.SON, . I'n.aiiway, N. Y„ Ed.
Philadelphia Photo; i apher.
FIDELIA M. LYON, \Yalinea, Hi .wall Sand
ALEXANDRIA KITCjjIK, Inverness, Scotland
Mlts. AIANCE!. V. OBTJSOA. Eresnlllo, Zacate
eas, M ". 'Co.
MRS. EMMA ( OOI'ER. ft ilia, Spanish Hondu
ras. Hentrul Ameri.M.
J. COBB. V. S. Vice C'onsel. Ca-ablanea, Moroc
M. V. ASiIIJIIOOK, tied Bluff Cal.
EItNEST Tl'itNEß, England.
JACOB WARD, Boo.Til, New South Wales.
And thousands 01 others In every p.irt of tlio
"Comix,and Oxygen—lts Mode of Action and
Result-'." Is the f.ttl • or a new brochure of t'.vo
hundred pages, publish--;i by i>rs. Starkev «
Palen. which gives to ali inquirers full infonna
tion as to thl. remarkable curative agent an.' a
record of several hundred surprising cure •; a
wide range of chronic cases—Ktaay of them
ter being abandoned tod:-■ »?v oilier plivsi.'la.\-i,
will be mailed free to any ../[dress on ap;>U-\i
tlou. Read the brjehuro
DBS. STAHSEY & PALEX,
Xo. 1323 Arrh Street, Pliilsihlji'.ik, Pa.
WEST PaNN HOUSE"
This hotel, just across the street from I lie de
pot. has licen refilled in the new, and 1 :ii,'
again prepared to accommodate the traveilin.
DAY OR WEEK.
(lood Rooms, good a!*( -lion, good stabling
For further inforniaticn enqnire on tl :
R. B. GILCHRIST, Propriotc
STORE ia Butltr, three docra west
of West Prnn Depot.
Having opened a fresh steek of OEOCERSKS
cons-sting ofCoifee.Teas. Sugar. Ky
Canned tloods oi a'.i kinds. Hams,
Bacon, L:ir<!, &c., &c,,
Tobacco aiul Cigars,
FLOUR or best brands and iow prices ; also,
luliiineof lClingier's po',)i;!ar brands of family
Hour constantly on h.iiifis.
HAY, <>ATS, CORN and i'EED of all kinds at
So. I. Naif, f.oiver »»»y oilier
Efodse * is
Country Produce wanted for wiiich the highest
price will be paid. Cull and examine our stock
Goods delivered free to ail parts of town.
J. J. KEARNS & CO.,
76 East Jefferson St., - - Butle Pa.
J. H, DOUGLASS,
OF ALL KINDS,
Books and Periodicals,
Eagle Building, Main St.,
BUTLER, - - l,
Bed Boom Suits,
Dining Room Suits,
Fine Line of Carpet-Seat Rockers, nt
No. 40, NORTH MAIN ST.,
The Cheapest Furniture Store
® Ready Mixed.
50, 00. Tr» to !.Oo per qaL BEST
LINSIiIiD OIL PAINTS.
Shipped anywhere, allshrdes. Property own
ers order direct. Also •• and :s ply Felt KiKdlng
with best coating and C* inent . Atjents wanted.
Color card price list free. ATLAS PAINT CO.,
P. o. BOX iiiin, I'lttsburg, l'a
Mutual Fire insurance Co.
Office Cor. Main & Cunningham Sts.
<3. C. ROESSING, PRESIDXNT.
WM. CAMPBELL. TKEAISUBEH.
11. C. HEI NEMAN, SECHKTAK*.
J. L Purvis, Samuel Anderson,
William Campbell .J. W. Itnrkhart.
A. Ttoutman, lit mlersou Ollvt r.
tI.C. Koessiin;, .lan es Stephenson,
Dr. W. Irvin. N. Weitzel,
J. !•'. Taylor. U. C. Ilehieman,
LOYAL M'JUNKIN, Cien. A^'t
or ethers,who wish toexamind
RUWCfI I Iwtliw this paper,or obtsin esti-nate«
>n cdvcrtisir-g when in Chicago, will find it on filo at
li i« Ad lUii >ti ' » LORD & THOMAS.