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A POWERFUL TONIC.
that the mosst <lt»Ueatt? stoniacu will bf-ar.
A SPECIFIC FOR MALARIA,
ami all Germ Disease.
THE V IST SCIENTIFIC AND SUCCESSFUL
BLOOD rOUFIEB. superior to quinine.
Mr Jo'u C. Se rtinrough. Selma, N. writes :
••1 m'»t mai;iria in the Southern army, and for a
dozen years «uffered from its deblliatfng > fleets.
I nv-s territilv run down when I heard of Kas
kine. the new quinine. It helped rae at once.
I gained 35 i*»ui!ds. Have not had such j;ood
health in 2o years.
Otl cr !<• tters of a similar character fn -m prom
inent individuals, wnicli stamp KaSkine as a
remedy of undoubted merit, will be sent on ap
Kaskiue can be taken without any special
medical advice, tl.oo per bottle, or six bottles
for $:». Sold by
.1. C. REDICK. Butler. Ta,
or sent by mall on receipt of price.
KASKINE CO.. 54 Warren St.. New Tork.
OP PURE COD LITCR OIL
And Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
The only preparation of COD LIVER OIL that
eao be taken readily and tolerated for » long time
by delicate ■tomarta. _
AUD Ag A REMEDY FOR COySHHTIOT,
tt'liOH LQIS AFFECTIONS. AXAKMIA, GE.j.
tftil. i>fcniLii Y, cocoas a>D THROAT AF
EE(T|6>S and all WASTING IHSOItOI KS OF
CHILDREN' it in marteilons in its rt-sultn.
Prescribed and endorsed by the best fbyaiclas*
la the countries of the world.
For Sale fcy *ll Dr*tgNt*.
for Pamphlet on Wasting PiMMW. Ad
draa. fcCOTT JL Row York.
BEGULATE THE BOWELS.
fr«nfu>s derangement of tho entire nyateiTi, and
frets diseases t uat arc hazardous to life, Persons of
aeostive habit are subject to Hcaaache, Defective
Memory, Gloomv Forebodings, I, <i rv ?" sneßS,r 'i T ?l?'
Dromlness, Irritable Temper and «ymptom«,
irhlch nnllw the sufferer for business or agreeable
associations. Regular habit of body alone can cor
rect these eTil«, and nothing *ncce«l»K> well In
achieving this condition a* Tutfg Pills. By their uso
not only U the system renorated, but In conse
quence of Che harmonious change* thus created,
there ocrvades a feeling of sattsMCtlon: the men
tal faculties perform their functions with *1
and there U an exhilaration of "d^-freedfloi of
thought, and i>erfcct heart s ease that bespeaks
full enjoyment of health.
SECRET OF BEATTTY
la health. The necret of hen.-'i I" the
Bower to d!ce*t n proper quan< ,«■. of . f ?°f*
Tblacan never be done when l' * iver doea
aot act Ha part. It i» the drlv. i ; wheel in
tho mechanism of mau, and . en It la out
at order, the whole ayater ' ecomea de
ranged, and Fever, IJyspen Hend
ache, Constipation, Janni . Biilonatol-
Ic and General JJ-biflty ensue. To res«nre
the fiinctlona of the I.iver and ia'Pnrt that
beaaty which always attends a health*
confttltariou. Dr. Tiitt's Lirer Pllla ajro
it>rotai:icuc!riL They nre not » cure-all.
ut are designed nolelyfnr theidUorderea
ilver an«l the diseases which it produces.
Tutt's Liver Pills
STIR TIP THE TORPID LI VEIL.
SOl<3> av Al-.y. DRil(i(il!iTß| 25c.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION
proposed to lite citizens <>f this Com
monwealth for their approval or re
jection l»y the General Assembly of the
Commonwealth ol I'eiiiisylvania. Published i>y
order of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, in
pursuance of Article XVIII of the Constitution.
.Joint resolution proposing an amendment to
the constitution of the commonwealth :
fiKCTio.v i. Ite It resolved by the Senate and
House of Keprewntatives of the Commonwealth
DJ Pennsylvania in General Assembly met.
That the following Is promised as an amend
ment of the constitution <-f the commonwealth
of Peunstlvania iu accordance with the pro
visions of the eighteenth article thereof:
AMEND M K XT.
Strike out from section one, of article eight,
the four qualification* for voters which reads
"If twenty-two vears of age or upwards, he
shall have paid within two years, a state or
county tax. which shall have been assessed at
least two mouths, and paid sit least one month
before th<- election," so that the section which
reads as follows :
•'Every male citizen, twentv-one )'ear> of
age. possessing the following 'iiialifications,
shall be entitled to vote at all elections :
First. He shall h-tve been a cit/.en of the
Cnited States at least one mouth.
Second. He shall have resided iu the state
one year (or if, having previously been a quali
fied elector or native bom citizen of the state.
he shall have removed therefrom am! returned,
then six months) immediately preceding the
Third. He shall have resided In the election
district where he .shall «Iter to vote at leant
two months immediately preceding the elec
Fourth. If twenty-two years of age or up
wards, be shall have paid, within two years,
a state or county tax. which shall have been
assessed at least two mouths, and paid at
least one mouth before the election,'
be amended, so as to read as follows :
Kvery male citizen twenty one years of age,
posses-msr the following tiualillcatlons, shall
- l>e entitled to vote at the polling place of the
election district of which lie shall at the time
be a resident and not, elsewnere :
First lie shall have been a citizen of the
United Stales nt least thirty days.
Second, lie shall have resided in the state
one year (or if. having previously been a quali
fied eh etor or native born citizen of ihe slatP.
he shall have removed therefrom and returned,
then six months) immediately preceding the
Third, He shall have resided In the election
district where he shall oiler to vole at least
thirty days immediately preceding the elec
tion." The legislature at the session thereof
nest after the adoption of this section, shall,
and from time to time thereafter may, enact
laws to properly enforce this provision.
Fourth. Every male citizen of the age of
twenty-one years, ulio shall haw been a citi
zen lor thirty days and an Inhabitant or this
state one year next preceding an election, ex
cept at municipal elections, and for the last
thirty days a resident of the election district in
which he inav offer his vote, shall be entitled to
vote at such election m the election district of
which he shall at the time be a resident and
not elsewhere for all officers that now are or
hereafter may be elected hy the people : Pro
vided. That m time of war no elector iu t lie
actual military service of the State or of the
United States. In the army or navy thereof,
shall be deprived of his vote by reason of his
absence from such election district, and the
legislature shall have power to provide the
manner in which ami the time and place at
which such absent electors may vote, and for
the return and canvas ol their votes in the
election district in which they respectively re
Filth. For the purpose of voting, no person
shall be deemed to have gained <>r lost a resi
dence by reason of his presence or absence
while employed In the service of the United
Stales or the Mate, nor while engaged m the
navigation of the waters of the stale or of the
high sens, nor wl.ile a student of any college or
seminary of learning, nor while kept at any
ajn house or public Institution, except the in
mates of any home lor disabled and indigent
soldiers and sailor*, who, for Ihe puiposd of
voting, shall be der med to reside In the election
district wheie said hone is located. Laws
shall lie made for axti rtalnlng. by proper
proofs, ihe eltlzei s who shall lie entitled to
the right of suffrage hereby established.
A line copy ol the joint re-ohituiu.
CHAKI.ES W. BTONK.
Secretary of Ihe Con inonwvalth.
Aug. r,. u t.
THIS is the top of the gen
uine "Pearl Top" Lamp
Chimney, all others similar
are imitations. T ; the
think he has as
good, but he has not.
Insist upon the exact label
GEO.'A. MACBETH & CO.
&tr Acv.-rtiae in tbd CITIZEN.
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Farm and Garden.
There is an important matter in
connection with the poultry yard
which farmers and egg producers of
all kinds would do well to study,sa/s
Professor Long in the London Marie
Lane Express. For the past few
years prizes have been offered at the
London Dairy Show and at the
Birmingham Show for preserved eggs,
which eggs it is necessary should
Lave been preserved in fi particular
compound, the name of which is stat
ed three mouths btlure they are open
ed to view in the exhibition. There
has been no such decided success
hitherto as that attained by the use
of lime and salt. Professor long has
had the advantage of going through
the preserved egg classes with ilr.
Tegetmeier, the judge of the dairy
show, and of teeing every sample
opened, and. although there have
i been a very large number of entries,
! there can be no question as to the
perfection of preserving in lime wa
ter and iu salt, though several other
at tides have been used for the pur
pose As the result of the competi
tions Mr Tegetmeier ia of the opin
ion, and from what Prof. Long has
repeatedly seen, he can indorse what
he says, that when salt is used it is
advisable to obtain a box in which
the bottom is screwed on. A layer of
an inch of salt is followed by a layer
of eggs packed clote together,but not
touching each other These arc*
again covered with a layer of dry salt
well pressed in and followed by an
other layer of eggs, and so on until
the top is reached, caie being taken
that the salt ia perfectly dry through
out, and that it is thoroughly well
pressed in the box. When the box
is filled the lid is fixed, and when it
necessary to commence to use the
eggs the bottom of the box is un
screwed and the stalest taken out
first. \Y here lime is adopted as a
preservative, a different course must
be pursued. It has been the custom
to recommend a thick mixture of
lime and water, or lime cream, but it
is found in practice that the eggs be
comes so firmly imbedded in the lime
that it ia frequently difficult, or even
impossible, to take them out; and as
there is no advantage in using a
large quantity of lime, for the water
can take up only acertaia porportion,
it is found preferable to simply drop
the eggs into lime water such as
would be made from a mixture of a
good handful of lime to a gallon o'
water. One other system appears to
succeed. It iB that of packing the
eggs in sweet bran in boxes which
are turned once every week. In
some instances sawdust is used for
packing eggs which have been dip
ped in some preserving composition,
but although they are preserved a
flavor is conveyed to the whites cor
responding to that of the material in
which they are packed.
EXCLUSIVE GRAIN DIET FOR FOWLS.
There is no more wisdom, says
the Americam Agriculturist, in con
fining poultry exclusively to a grain
diet than iu keeping animals on a
food devoid of bulk: In the growing
season, the hens eat grass, grain,
Beeds and insects, and in winter they
may be given more bulky food than
usually received, and at less cost than
that of feeding grain exclusively. If
clover hay be finely cut, boiling wa
ter poured over it, aud the mess well
sprinkled with a mixture of ground
grain, and seasoned with a little salt,
they eat it willingly, and it affords an
agreeable variety. The clover also j
largely assists in supplying albumen
to the eggs, while the health of the
fowl* is promoted by the food not be
ing very concentrated. No doubt
some may consider such feed as suit
able only for A COT or horse, but it is
also good for poultry. If hens are j
kept on corn they become exceedingly
fat, and as unfit for laying as an over
fat animal is for breeding, but feed
them on a variety which contains
more of the flesh-forming; elements
than the carbonaceous, and they give
better results. As the stock should
be kept warm and comfortable, so
should tLe fowls. It is much cheaper
to provide suitable quarters than to
keep them from freezinir by stutfi ng
with corn. They will also eat dry
hay, if cut iuto short length*; but
it is better to feed it moistened and
—Stop coughing at once by tho
immediate use of I)r. Bull's Cough
Syrup; 25 cents a bottle.
"I Bee a star, Eve's first born, in whose train"
Comes the damp twilight that bringeth
l-'or aches of head, neuralgia, cut and bruise,
Try Salvation Oil, these will you lose.
—While sinking an experimental
well in South Hutchinsoh, Kansas,
at a depth of 47') feet a deposit of
rock salt was struck which, lor thick
ness of the principal vein and purity
of the product, is said to be among
the richest in the world.
A Common Remark.
"It disagrees with me." If you
take Tutt's Pills you can eat anything
you like, and feel no bad effects.
They act specifically on the liver,
stomach and bowels. Sold by all
—Hood's Sarsaparilla is a purely
vegetable preparation, being fiee from
injurious ingredients. It is peculiar in
its curative power.
—Judge Stowe, of the Allegheny
Court of Common Pleas, has decided
that selling soda water on Sunday is
a violation of the law of 1701, and
—Packer Memorial Church, which
costs $300,000, the gift of Mrs. Mary
Packer Cummings to Lehigh Univer
sity, wns consecrated last Thursday
at Bethlehem by Bishop Howe.
—A cold of unusual severity which
I took last autumn developed into a
difficulty, decidedly catarrh iu all its
characteiislicj.threateuiug a return ol
my old chronic malady, catarrh.
Oue bottle of Eiy's Cream Balm
completely eradicated every symp
tom of thai paiuful and prevailing
disorder.—E. W. Warner, ICS Hud
son St., Rochester, N. Y.
i CATARRH For twenty years I
was asuffercr from catarrh of the head
and throat. By a few applications of
Ely's Cream Bulm I received decided
benefit—was cured by oue bottb.—
Charlotte Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
—Side saddles ore slowly going
out of fashion iu Eaglacd, and the
man fashion way of riding bors-'s is
being adopted by m-rny of the ladies
Side saddles have beeu ia u.-e since
—A young lady in Jvew York who
was inattentive at whist, has brokeu
off her engagement with her lover be
cause he recommended her to "scoop
up her mind in a peanut shell and fix
U on the game."
The Use of Tobacco.
Everv tobacconist recognizes the
great change that is taking place in
what may be called in a rather new
sense the public taste Any average
tobacconist, whose trade is not chief
ly among sailois and truckmen, will
' tell you he does not sell one-half as
■ much chewing tobacco as he did ten
years ego. and not one-third as much
as he did twenty years ago. Very
likely he will lie unable to guess why
it is, but he can't deny the fact. I
asked one of them about it the other
day. Fie said:
"The change is due to a variety of
causes. It is a great deal more ap
; parent here ia the east than in the
i west and south, but it is a going ou
j all over the country. Ote thing is
undoubtedly the fctrength of pull c
opinion that it is an uncleanly habit.
It is hard for a man who chews to
keep evidence of it from his clothes.
That fact mekes it inevitable that the
; habit should go down before the in
creasing attention to dress, that is a
feature of modern life, Then a great
many refined and well intentioned
persons have waged wap against it
for years. It was inevitable that
8002*3 effect should follow their cru
•'But the principal causes are right
here: There is a great deal more dys
pepsia and stomach trouble in the
country now than there used to be.
And no person can chew tobacco who
has a weak stomach. James Parian
says in his famous pamphlet against
rum and tobacco that the stomach
will hold out against the weed longer
than the lungs. James does not
smoke or chew aud therefore Le
doseu't know. Common experience
shows that he is wrong, and doctors
support the verdict of common exper
ience. The action of the tobacco
juice which trickles.down the chewer's
throat, is to paralyze the stomach. It
will do that leng before smoke will
have any perceptible effect upon an
oidinary pair of luegs.
"Then the cigarette has done a
greet deal to put au end to the habit
of chewing tobacco. The growth of
the cigarette practice in this country
is, as they say of western towns,
'phenomenal.' The consumption of
cigarettes has doubled many times
over in the last fifteen years. About
seven out of every ten boys who are
growing up now smoke cigaret'es.
And after a boy has smoked cigarettes
a few years be not only has no taste
for tobacco in any other form, but he
ha 3 no constitution left to -stand
chewing tobacco. It is curious how
boys will take to cigarettes. I believe
it is very largely because of the fuss
that is made about them. It has got
to be the common opinion that cigar
ette smoking is the most injurious
practice known. That is just why
boys adopt it It makes them an ob
ject of awlul interest to other boys
and to girls. It is soothing to a boy's
foolish pride to know that people have
marked him out as one who is rushing
with frightful temerity to early de
struction. Whether tbat is the cause
of it or not, it is perfectly certain that
more and more cigarettes are being
sold every year and less and less
Delicate Children, Nursing
Mothers, Overworked Men and for
ail di?«sttfes where the tissues are
wasting away from the inability to
digest food, or from overwork, sLoulrl
tube Scott's Emulsion of I'ure Cod
Liver Oil with Hj pophotphiies. ' I
used the Emulftiuti on a lady who
was delicate. It put her in &ncb good
health and lle.sb, that I must Pay i
is the best Emulsion." —l- I'. Wud
dfcil, M. D., Hugh's Mills, S. C.
—Waterboro, S. ( ■., is in an up
roar. A *'bad man" introduced the
game of poker, ruining the morals of
several niea. A married woman
cow-hided the offender, and her LUJ
band escaped sh mting.
let that cold of yours tun on. You
think it is a light thing. But it may
run into catarrh. Or into pneumonia.
Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumon
ia is dangerous. Consumption is
The breathing apparatus must be
kept healthy and clear of all obstruc
tions and offensive matter. Other
wise there is trouble ahead
All the diseases of the parts, head,
nose, throat, hrobchial tubes and
lungs, can be delightfully and entire
ly cured by the use of Boschee's Ger
man Byrti(>. If you dont know this
already, thousands and thousands of
people can tell you, They havo cur
ed by it, and "know how it is, them
selves." Bottle only 7o cents. A.sk
—At the village election at Alfred
Center, N. Y., 10 ladies claimed they
had a right to vote, presented them
selves nt the poils and swore in their
rotes. Complaints have been made
again3t them tor illegal voting.
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 tho person takicg it; is
absolutely harmless and will effect a
permanent and speedy cure,
whether the patient i 3 a moderate
drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Thousands of drunkards have been
made tempt rate meu 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 PAILS. The
system once impregnated with the
Specific it becomes an utter impossi
bility for the liquor appetite to exist
Por full particulars, address GOLD
EN SPECIFIC CO., 185 Race St.,
Railroad travelers often notice
farm dogs runuiug for considerable
distance alongside of trains, either to
beat the iron horse or scare it off th';
the traek. Receutly iu going to the
city, we noticed a fiuo big black d>g
coming through a field toward the
train. He was fairly flying to reach
the object before him, aud coming to
a fence he bounded over and unable
to check his speed, he ran right
against the big driving wheel, and in
au instant he was seut through the
air, turning over and over aud fell
liinp aud dead in the field. It was a
clear case of miscalculation and tbe
poor dog paid the penalty.— Valley
Love id like tbe nieaalcp; we
can't have it bad but on«e, and tbe
later iu life wo have it, tie tougher
it gOCB with us.
—Oae of tbe tbrillia* disappoint
ments of life in to renounce tbe world
and tbou Cud that the world knows
uotbing of its renouncemeut.
—Tbe way of the transgressor is
generally alleged to be bard. Tbo
transgressor doesn't mind this, though
half AH much AS do hie friends.
An Arctic Horror.
Full details have been received of
the rescue of a sailor named Vincent,
who is the only survivor of the whal
ing bark Nupoleoa, lost in the Arctic
eeas three years ago. The rescue tf
Vincent was effected by the efforts of
the revenue ship Bear in an Indian
village near Xatarin. Vincent was
in a deplorable condition. The mis
erable Indian clothiug which partly
covered bim was tied upon his body
to keep it from falling off, and his
head was shaved in Indian style.
When properly clothed and nourished
the unfortunate man was abie to
give a history of his terrible suffer
When the whaling bark Napoleon,
of which he was ono of the crew, was
crushed in the ice, all hands took to
the boats without procuring provi
sions of any description
Soon after leaving the
bark the boats became separated, the
one ia which incent was and an
other going together, each of these
boats containing nine men, who were
sometimes on ice and sometimes in
the boats for mauy days During
this time their food consisted solely
of tv. o small seals and the leather of
their boots. The weather was bit
terly cold, and their hands, feet and
ears became frozen and dropped off.
When the boats finally reached the
shore only five of the eighteen men
composing their crews remained. Of
these Vincent was the only one who
was able to walk. Two of the men
who lauded died shortly alter going
ashore, and the natives reported that
one of them ate the flesh off the bedv
of his dead companion. Vincent, the
mate and a sailor then alone remain
ed. The two latter succumbed to
death during the first winter, and
Vincent was left among the nalives.
lie had lived with the Indians for
two years and a half, ana when at
last succored by Captain liealy he
was a most pitable i-pecimen of hu
one is most sure to hear amusing
things, as witness the following frag
ment on an Old Colony
train recently : "What town is this?"
one passenger asked another. "This
is Quincy ?" -'What is there in
Quincy ?" "Well there's some bur
ied Adamses and some unburied
Adamses, but they're all dead just
—"lsn't il dreadful," asked Miss
Lilybud, "to run over a man ?"
"Yes, indeed, mum,"replied the 9toke
of the expresß, ''. it jolts the engine
wu3s nor a cow."
—"They say Charlie has married.
Is she a well-informed woman ?
"Well, I should say so. She has bo
longed to the sewiug circle for ten
years and never missed a meeting."
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HOMEOPATHIC VETEEIIIAEY SPECIFICS
f" or Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
\ Dogs, Hogs. Poultry.
I 500 PAGE BOOK ouTreat.
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H.nr.i hrcys' r.*3<l. Co., 109 Fulton St., N. V.
A MKNuMKNT To 'JIIK fCONSTITUTION
/_\ proposcil to I hi: <-iti/ciis of I his t'oin-
LJL moil wealth feir their approval or rejee
t jots hy Hie Cvueral Assonihlv < f the
CotniroiiwealMi o! Priinsylvatiin. I'ttblished by
order <»r I lie Seirret:ir> ■ f tin- I !)liiiiiOnU(.a!tli. iri
pt:r.;;i:it»'e of Artli-li: XVIII of lh»: ( oaititiillon.
.lolnt resolution proposing :in uiiieniliiient to
the Constitution of this Commonwealth :
Slot ii.N I. lie it resolved by the Semite and
House ol llepreseiiij.tlei . of tin Commonwealth
or Pennsylvania in (leiterul Assembly met. That
the following amendment is prnpoed to Ihe
Constitution of 111! t.'ommotiweallli of I'eillisyl
\ania, iuaCcordat«e« with the KiKliteenlli Article
There shall be ;ui additioiml nrtieto lo said
Const itut ion to bo *ti situated as Article XIX, its
The manitfactiire, sale, or keeping for sale of
lutoxii'atinK lii;ilon, to lie used as a beveraue.
is hereby prohibited, and any violation of Ibis
prohibition shall be a misdemeanor, punishable
as shall lie provided by law.
I lie mannfaeliire, sale, or keeping for sale of
intoxicating Honor for other puri'oses than as a
hevwxe may lie allowed in sneh manner only
as in**v be presrrilx-d bv law. The (ieneral As
semldv ' hall, at Hi- I !»! •' .slon suetn ding Hie
adopt (on of this article of the constitution en
act laws with adequate pcnallies forltsenfoice
A true copy of ll.e .!i ii.t Itesoptilon.
CIIASM.KS \V. SIONK.
8-5 Ut Secretary 01" the Commonwealth.
L. 8. McJUNKLV,
Insurance and Heal Estate A%\.
17 EAST JEFFERSON ST.
BLTJ.ER, - 1»^.
IFFLICTED aw UNFOaTUNAIJ
■A-ftor ull othera foil cnnult
:Ki» N. 16th St., below Callovvhill, Phila., Ta.
»«"> yars experience in all -.r
Ttancmly restores, those weakened by early imJincrc
ct<: Call or write. A'lvice frrc an«l tricilv rn r< .
i-jcima*. /U«JTk : 11 a. im. till ?,and 7to ju evening*.
L '"'j fi la bj-'f* i-i ifs ®^^bv'l;rf J. 1 Hy
h-> A J&W r. >.il Aoh M.
itfi^ l.ase at Otto
j No operation or ba .lit'j s delay. Jiousa ids i t
| cares. At Key-tone ih ilse, K- adilif Pa.. 2nd
S;ilur lay of each month. Sen i Icr circulars.
I Advice tree.
H. VJ. AY EPS & SON, our MJiiurUtil »tf«ut*.
BUTLER'S LEADING BOOT
AND SHOE HOUSE.
Is attracting groat crowds ol buyers ot good solid Boots
and tehoes from all parts of Butler county, from the ex
treme North to South and from .ftast to \\est they come
B. C, Huselton's.
The inducements we are offering to all is to the ad
vantage of every one wanting good honest Boots and
Shoes to visit our store before they buy a pair of shoes.
The immense Stock we are showing has never had its
equal in Butler. Bear in mind all our Stock is made to
order, our stock was bought right and will be so'd right,
our house is crowded full of fresh new stock in Boots and
Shoes and if we can't lit 01* please you with any price
Boot or Shoe you want.no other house in Butler can.
Do you want a pair of good Kip Boots for yourself
or the boys to go a long road to school, warranted to re
sist water and wear soft and pliable, all hand-made at
all prices from 50 cents up to 63.75, in all widths, high
leg, box toe, low imtep, Grain Boots, Wool Boots, We
have them and can do better for you than any olher
dealer in Butler, Men's Boots $1,40 and up, Boys SI.OO
and up. Youths 75 cents and up, Childrens 50 cents and
I want to say to the parents who have boys and girls
to go to school that there is no part of their clothiug so
important as their Boots and Shoes so that they are good
solid Kip, as nothing short of that body of leather will re
sist water, besides see where you buy them. A good
boot or shoe often saves a doctor's bill. Children's feet
must be kept dry if you expect }our children to have
good health and develop into sound men and women.
We have these celebrated Kip Shoes for women, also
Call shoes in Button and Lace, prices from 65 cents
and up, childrens high cut Button Shoes in Calf, Grain
and Pebble Goat, heel and spring heel all these made
to our special order.
Some little dealers blow about selling for less than
any other house can because they sell so much and buy
from faetori s and all such bosh when the truth is
they buy two-thirds of their stock right out of jobbing
houses and auction houses, from second hands, hence
the pasteboard insoles, shoddy bottoms. Look well
when you buy them, but the first time they get wet
away they go. We have the goods that will stand
the severest test at low preces, try them.
OLD LADIES FLANNEL LINED WARM
Shoes and Slippers with felt soles and leather soles.
Wigwam Slippers, new and very easy to the foot very
ONE OF THE IMPORTANT FEATURES
in our trade is the immense Stock we carry in Ladies',
Misses' and Childrens' fine Shoes, we offer an unequal
ed variety, every ease and comfort, every grace and
beauty and excellence of finish that can be put into
shoes, you can find in this stock and for lass money
than same qualities can be purchased of any other
We have thorn in Cur, Kid, Pebble and Straight
Goat Gondola New York, Common Sense and Opera
last, widths from AA to FF in Hand welt and McKay
solved Ladies' and Childrens' Spring Heels, soft fine
shoes for infants.
See our Ladies Grain Button Shoes at SI.OO, Kid
at SI.OO, $1 25 and SI.CO, this $1.50 Shoe is the best
bargain in tho county and can't be duplicated for less
than $2,00 by other dealers.
A FEW WORDS ABOUT RUBBER GOODS,
Wo carry the largest stock of these goods, Woon.sock
ets, Candee, Boston and other m ues. While some
little dealers who cackle loud only carry one make.
We will sell you Rubber Boots as low as $2.00 and will
furnish you with any of the above makes as low as
any of these small concerns may name. Recollect we
sell to every body alike. No three or four prices 011
any of our goods.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Reparing of all kinds done at Reasonable rates. Will
save you money. Come and see us.
B. C. HUSELTON.
A. Troutman Son.
Leading Dry Goods Bouse.
BUTLER - ZPE-N 3ST 7^-
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A Trouiman & Son, | Cloaks and WraP3>
The lending Dry Goods ami Car- | for Children and Ladies,
pet House, Kutler, I»a. Vi e carry the greatest variety of
Now Fall Ilross (iooda at prices Rt T l( -s. our stock never was as large,
which will make them move very I prices never so low, goods never so
fast i nice.
We have the largest, stock ever' If you want to see the nice goods,
shown in Butler county, comprising plt'aee coll and examine our stock,
all the new goods in Checks, Stripes I Tr Ladies', Gents', and Children s
and Plain Weaves in Foreign and I Underwear, every grade, a.l sizes,
Domestic faeßt Po,:)dK
(.Moves, Corsets, Hosiery, Velvets,
Black and Colored Silks, Flushes, Yarns, etc.
I a ani oil cloth 3)
IN TRIMMINGS, never bad so many—never were car
-1 . 1 . • pets so cheap,
we have never had such a nice as- Qur jg ]el J Don - t buy
sortment and so mauy of them. a Carp(;t uatil yoyi l hav « our
BARGAINS stock. Body Brussels, Velvets, Tap
efctry, 3-Ply Extra Super, Hemp, Cot-
In Flannels, Blankets, Tickings, ton uud j lag u Uk , B .
Ginghams, White Quilts, Shawls Window Shades, largest aesort
-1 able Linens, Lace Curtains, meat, lowest prices,
in fact everything which can be _ . .__ r Ai r" C»
found in a CURTAIN POLES
_ _ n ! ni ou wi " ' ,n< * oa exara ' nation our
First-Class Dry Goods Store,'gai.StSJJ. ,b * Lowe "
A. TROUTMAN & SON'S,
Butler P Pa
SoM b;[H :iA, SHIRA OS Butler, Pa,
While other merchants • are singing their own praises, we canre our customers
to acknowledge that our method ot dealing is tte twst, our goods second to ncoe,
in fact superior to maDV usually kept and sold as THE BEST. "Butler and eurroondiog
country needed such a store as 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 garmeut is sewed with first
class thread, trimmed, lined and made up in a substantial manner. Our medium and better grades take rank with
any Custom-made in the way of fitting and make up. while our FINE DRESS SUITS must be seen to be appro*
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
refunded. HATS, CAPS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, etc., in great variety. The latest styles of everything
pertaining to a first-class clothing store always on hanu. The true fitting white and faDcy shirts always on hand.
We ask those who have not as yet patrorized our store to give us a fair trial. We have no doubt "of the olti*
mate result. We invite one and all to call on 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
GEORGE REIBES BLOCK,
JVXairi Street, Butler» Pa.
1880 —" lir KKT — i5 »~18RO
> li Jtl XAJa , JEWELER.
No. 19 NORTH MAIN STREET,
GRAND OPENING OF SPRING GOODS.
Diamonds, Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Silver Watches .
CfliSJfV Paper Weight, Gilt with Glass Shade, Plush Lock, Plaque with Floral Ornament
iMllCyS l#Llf lm*?s t ' on » MARBLE, Enameled Iron; in short, a complete line of Clocks
O fin DPI O H"f7 Dou '. t fail t0 see this line ot Good 9. as it is the largest
Oil V v/JL W (XJL O dl • and most complete stock eyer shown in Butler.
"FIT? 'CI SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES, in Gold, Silver and Steel frames,
VJ LV J\.JL-LN VJT scientifically adjusted under Dr. King's System.
Keiuember'we Warrant all tiooris an Represented.
free of charge. Place of business opposite Troutman's Dry Goods Store.
SIGN OF WIRE SIGN.
No. 19. North. Main Street, - - - BUTLEEj
8 Is Called to my Fine Stock of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelery,
SILVERWARE, 3PECTACL3S, Ac,
All of which have been selected with great care for
A complete line of ROGER BROS' Celebrated
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS. «C„ SC..
All croods Engraved FREE of charge. If you wish to buy from a well
IIIIKII WATCH CAMIU SION o> ' BELL
FARM FOR SALE.
I will seell my farm, located in Franklin
towtiKlii]>, Butler county, I'a. It contains
220 ACR ES
of ROO<I, well watered land, both rid>;e and
swamp; good grain land anil good grass lend
ibout 30 acres of good chestnut timber, three
GOOD BANK BARN,
50x00 feet, frame and log dwelling, ood
NprinK nnd good spring house near lnute;
well iu kitchtn, good corn crib, pig pen and,
all necessary improvements.
For terms, etc, inquire of mc on the prem
ises. GKOBGJ? C. MCCAHDLESS,
A weekly newt-paper, published every Fri- '
day morning at Butlor, !*»., by JOHN 11. <V
W. C. NEOLEY.
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Notices, tl; Executors, end Administrators'
Notices, 63 each; Eatiay, Caution and Dis- I
solution Notices, not oxceodiug ton lawn, t'J- j
Aildreso Tilt ClTizts, ISntler, l'a.
For Dropsy. Gravel, bright'*. Heart, t'rlnary
or Liver Diseases, Nervousness, a<- < inc <iuar
anteed. Office N.U Arch street. I'lilhidHrhlii. $1
poi'bottle, tf lor |J. At UruytHls. Try It, j
For Kensingt)), Arraseno
AND OUTLINE WOBK DONE, 1
Also lest-ons Su sam: nivcu by ANNIE M
LOWMAN.JNorth itreet, Butler, Fa.
Jh*. Convertible Wire Basket
A/mA euri bt* changed into 134> useful
I kNH<lHi:i:\ MF O CO..
112* PICA it L HT. . CLEVELAND, O. J
Why you should Mild your order for any kind of 1
Bye <>r Bourl on Whiskey, Hraudv, (iln, Wines.
&e., to .1. Schumacher, No. !*4 Liberty St.. Pitts
burg. I'" , Is because he keeps the best and pur
est goods In thai line, ami sells theui at lower
prices than any house In Pittsburg,
three yeur old Pure Kye, ft! oo per gallon.
Four year old I'ure Kye, S.-'.jO per gallon. i ■
Five year old I'ure Kye, 03.00 per gullon. ! •
From 6 to H year old I'ure ltye *I.OO lo $5.00 per
gallon. The purest Imported V.'iues, brandies
and Gins prescribed by physicians for medical
purposes, Hoods shipped to ull parts ol the
country. N'o charge for package, rail or write 1
and give uie a trial ordi rand you will after that (
deal with no other house. Send money with
order, by registered letter or I*. O. order. U.S. ]
1 Revenue laws prohibit shipping goods 0. o. D.
I Respectfully JACUU BOH I'MACIIKH,
*u Liberty St.. Pittstrurg. I'a.
f3jy-store located two minutes walk from I'n
: IOU Depot.
/"X DOCTORS LAKE j
hm fl PRIVATE DISPENSARY
'IMH'-.G' OFFICES, 90(1 PENS AVE.
-JMgP_ pirTSBVJRGH, PA. - I
All forma of Delicate and Pnm-
W" 'SY plicated Ulae UM ircpilrlngt ON-
I"*" Fini~.NTlAl.and SCIIiSTIFIOMedI- I )
rut l"ii arc treated at this Dl iienrary with a HUP,- j I
cc> s rarely attained. Dr. s. K. Enko in a member j i
| of llie KoyalOdlegoof Physicians and Surgeons, 1
and Is tlio oidestand inuytevperlenced Set* I \v
| IST In thorlty. Special attention given to Nerv
ons l>e! illtv fi-om cxec'«lve mental exertion. In- I
| discretion* of yo :th, A«*., ranting physical aud j .
mental decay, la< k ofenergy, despondency, etc.;
iC»o Cancers, Old t-'ores, I* it.i, Piles, l(h* umatlt-m
nii'l all dlsenf es ol the Skill, lllood, Lungs, L'rin- j
ary Organs, Jtc. Consultation free and rtrlctly
confidential. office hour* 010 4 and 7to 8 p.m.; •
Sundays 8 to 4 p.ui. only. Cnllntolllee oraddrewi '
| S.K.LAKI:, M I' i M.IT.C.I'.S. or M.D. j
Arrario Gcnsva Gin
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jSK Wlu'U.'" '.r.ltoula(.i cunalil
/s"' ei'itun : t 'Jia «.j (ho only
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V qiwliiy <•'' i > timnn
p.;>ure i.;;.' . i. <;ui.x>L
Aro.iia ; j Crcneva Gin
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<il.;»iUe<l y.:i» rrhcica burba
1.-avei.f'i '■ It.ill .u l.nilix'ri»t
li'S, ro. t. ic. It will
bcromt'ii: :nv;.luiele remttijjr
find cert.-.lji ' iro for Jlrluli t'n
l>is<Tii»»-, 1 ono In IH.t<'il<rr,
.-mil ell ■ !.;mniatli)U of the
Kidue v nnd I'rlntiry
JAIUGH E. MORnTs Hole Agent.,
105 CJIAJIBKIU HC„ NEW YORK.
KOR HALE LY
J. C. KEDICK, Druggist,
SURVE Y I NQ
Particular attention given to tbe Retracing ot
old lines. Address,
North Hope P. 0.. Uutler 00., Pa.
OA L E S M EAT
AA AISTED I \
'to canvass f«r tbe hr.■ of sur- jL 1
serv B'ock ! Rtosdv em-iloymeut guaranteed.
SALARV AXII KXPENHiS Apply at
oueo, Htftfing ;*gi". (ItPU rto this paper.)
Chase Brothers " IK
A lantft frame bortrrting house, good locallou
nnd dolnc large bunnrv -, l't-i nis easy. For
further particulars Innulre of
f,. S. McJI'NKIS, UK. Jeffersftn tit..
V at.tf Batter, hT