Butler citizen. (Butler, Pa.) 1877-1922, January 16, 1891, Image 4

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    EOLIDAT SLIPPERS!
When you are looking'around and wondering what to
buy for Christmas why not buy something useful such as a
fine pair of slippers. We show an exceedingly fine line in
,reat variety of styles, in Velvets, Plushes, lan and Maroon
Goat, Russia Leather and Alligator, at 50c, 70, sl, 1 Jo,
1 50. 2, 2 50 and 2 75.
] sent- fid ChiJden's fine Plush and \ elvet Slippers in
beautiful colors and very low prices.
Ladies' and Gents' fine Shoes
At $1 25, 1 50, 1 75, 2. 2 50, 3 and 4, we can show you all
the rewest patterns —We have an immense stock in all
grades.
Cur Boys', Youths' and MISSQS Shoes
At sl, 1 25,1 50 and 2 are for style and good
wear.' More of "Huselton's" shoes are worn in and about
Butler than any other made and why:
Huselton's shoes are the best,
Huselton's styles are the latest,
Huselton's prices are the lowest,
Huselton has one price only.
If you don't want Blippers buy shoos. Look through our
boot department,you can find anything you want in this stock.
"Huselton's" shoes are perfect fitting, neat and tastily
constructed, always flexible and comfortable,
Come in and see us,
B. O. HUSELTON.
102 N. Main Street
, RINGS,
Diamonds IICAKF'PINS,
<-STUDS,
, GENTS GOLD,
Watches { GENTS* SILVER
I LADIES CHATLAIN,
J Gold Pin8 ' Far - rin g s >
cl GWc3JI V | Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Etc >
( Tea sets, castors, butter dishes
dilvnrwQfO \ and everything that can be
Oil V t/1 W d 1" found in a first class store,
RODGER BROS. 1847 I tJ OTks> Spoons -
E. GRIEB,
THE JEWELER
No. 19, North Main St., BTJTLER, PA.,
Have You Bought Your
Cloak or Wrap for the winter yet. II you haven't don't put
it off too long or all the best things picked out.
It is a Fact
That we have never shown as nice a line of Dry Goods and
Carpetß as we are now showing in our new room.
Why are Troutraans so busy?
There must be a reason for it or people wouldn't do their shop
ping there.
The Real Truth is
They have the correct styles, the largest and best stock to se
lect from and the lowest prices.
-o—o
Visit our store from now until Christmas and see lor yourself.
TROUTMAN'S
Leading Dry Goods and Carpet House.
BUTLER, - - - PA.
Planing Mill
—AND—
Lumber Yard
J. L. PD RVIB. L. O. PURVIS.
S.O.Purvis&Co.
MANUFACTUFJCKB ANI) DKALKRB IN
Rough and Planed Lumber
or KV«Kir DKSCKIPTIOH,
SHINGLES, LATH
& SEWER PIPE.
Butler, Pa.
Wm. F. Miller.
Manufacturer 'of
Stair Rails,
Balustersi
and Newel«posts.
A I K' l is of wood turning doue to order, also
IVcm. :<l and Carred wood-work. micll »S
t r.,Mil -. Comer i>u>cki, I'anelsami nil kinds of
auev wood-work lor Inside decoration of
OU-"S.
CAl.t, ANOSEE SAMPLES.
S jmoihlna new and attractive. Also
FURNITURE
a .AeM'eash t/rlee«.
Sl«>re at No. <O. N. Mam -.reek
factory at No. 6P, N. Washingtou tlreei.
Bl_riEU PENNA
W ANTED—Agents to solicit orders tor ou
" choice and hardy Nursery Stock.
Ktradj Wart For tinjillc Temperatr lea.
Salary and expenses or commission If prefer
ed. Write at once. State Age. Addret-s.
R. G. Chase &Co. ,^».Tr
-i'T.;- - 1 'PERSISTENT
_ .. . ■>■■■ ' .i.'vayt; pnivi
• - s . , . y: -,o |.'i:.-inrr»r.y
e' r-s '" • *rA'Uvei:iwr.s wmtfl
. i. VHOMAS,
l f <*nMUßicnn^
MmtiCNIMOOk
Willard Hotel
SW. H. REIHING,IProp'r f
BUTLER, ; RA..
STABLING 15 CONNECTION.
SAMPLE KOOM for COMMEBCIAL TBAVELEBS
EITENMILLEB HOTEL.
No. 88 and 90, S. Main St.,
BUTLER* - - JP^Y.
Near New Court House—formerly l>onaldsou
House—good accommodations (or travelers.
Good stabling connected.
EITENMUILER & LEIBOLD. Prop'rs
SAMPLE KOOM. LIVERY IN CONNECTION
Hotel Vogeley
(Strictly First Class.)
HENRY L. BECK. PBOP'B.
J. H. FAUBEL, Manager. liutlor, Pa.
NIXON'S HOIWf,
;35 N. MCKEAN ST.. BUTI.kh. PA.
Meals at.all hours. Open.all night.
Breakfast 25 cent*, - ;
Dinner 25 cents,
Hopper 25 cents,
1 Lodging 25 cents,
SIMEON NIXON - PROPR.
Hotels and Depots,
W. S. Gregg is now running a line
ol carriages between the hotels and
depots of the town.
Charges reasonable. Telephone
No. 17, or leave orders at Hotel
Vogelejr.
Good Livery in Connection
ft 1 A IW*\M e e n *** fsm«d at our SEW Una of work,
BUI llml L W r *l l '"y a*» 4 bouurably, by tlioaa of
WIU Nt T S."l"
He l'im!ih »»»r>thln*. itttt vou. No r «k You can <l«vula
r™ ".rrv." "" Thi. i.
•nttnlynaw M> () «oi>.l rf.il w , 1...
U«jinMnar.wrnlii X m.r., t u *lu ~crw..k.n.l
•»d more aft" a littlo *xt>rrtcne«. Wo rait furuiah you tha en>-
/ if KENDALCSI%
(SRAVIN CUREf jjjl
Tfce Moat Sumiifal Benrdr ever disco*
cred, as It Is certain In Its effects and does not
blister. Bead proof below:
Buooelts, Conn, Slay 5, "90.
Da. B. J. Kevcitx Co.:
Sirs Last Summer I cur-Mi n Curb upon my norso
with yourri'leiiratt'.t Kett'lftirs spavin Curt? and It
was the bent Job I ever saw done. I have a dozen
empty Ixitile*. having u-*.i It withjierf.-ct
eurinic every thin.: I tried It on. My neiKhb-trhad
a borne with a very bad Spavin that made Illu> lama.
He asked me how to cure it. I recommended
KenJair-i Sj>avtn Core. He cured the Spavin In
lust llino week*.
Yours respectfully,
WuLCOTT WITTEB.
Colckbts, Ohio, April I,
Db. B. J. Kevdat-l Co.:
Dt-ar Sirs I have Ix-ea «elllnff more of Kendall*#
Spavin Cure and Flint's Condition Powders than
ever before. One man said to me. It was the best
Powder X ever kept and the l»-st he ever u»ed-
Respectfully.
OTTO I. Eoffhas.
Cnnratisoo, N. Y., Kay 19, "9a
Dr. B. J. Ezxdiu. Co..
Dear Sirs:—l have used serera! bottles of your
Kendall's Spavin Cure with perfect success, on a
valuable and blooded mare that was quite lame
with a Bono Spavin. The mare Is now entirely free
from lameness and shows no bunch ttn theJ Hnt.
Respectfully, i". H. HCTCfZUft.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CUBE.
Mohboi, La., May S, *9O.
DR. R J. Kevdall Co..
Gents:—l think It my duty to render you my
thanks for your far famed Ken<lail's Spavin Cure.
I had a four year old tUJy which I prized very
highly. She had a very severe swollen leg. I tri«-d
about eight different kinds of medicines which did
no good. I purchased a bottle of your Kendall's
Spavin Care which cured her in four days.
I remain yours.
Ma bios Dowdct.
Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $3. All drug
gists have it or can get It for you, or It will be sent
to any address on reoelpt of price by the propria
tors. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO.,
Kuonburuh Falls* Vermont
Rubber Shoes unless worn uncomfortably tight,
generally slip off tho feet.
THE "COLCHESTER n RUBBER CO.
make all their shoes with Inside of heel lined with
rubber. This clings to the shoe and prevents the
rubber from slipping off.
Call for the M Colchester"
"ADHESIVE COUNTERS."
H. Childs & Co., Wholesale
Agents, Pittsburg.
PATENT STEEL PICKET FENCE.
HANDSOME, IVDESTRTCTLBLE.
Cheaper than Wood.
The cutihows Picket Fence with gate. (This Is not a
netting,) can be used on 1 ron or Wood Posts. When writing for
prices give Quantity, Number of Gates, Double and Single,
Wanted. We also Manufacture Heavy Iron Fencing. Cresting.
Stable Fittings, Fire Shutters and FJItE RSCAI'KS. Cellar
Doors, and Kalltngs. Erase and Iron firills. W!RF. IM)uE AND
WINDOW SCEKKNS, and all kinds of WISE WOE£.
, TAYLOR «fc JDI.W,
801, 803 & 303 Market St., Pitt»bnr e li, Pa.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR
On the female face,
hair on the fore-
I head, neck, nose,
: ears, hands, armg.ff jl,
j breast, on men '« |
cheeks above the
beard line and be
iweentheeyebrows /
destroyed forever
by tho Electric S'
Needle Operation \
Electro Surgeon, I
Warts, Men's He J
Nose, Enlarged YfjFCm^
Pimples, lilack
, heads. Liver Spots
; and all diseases and blemishes of the skin,
complexion, hair and scalp successfully
treated by Dr. Van Dyck. The Doctor has
had 20 years' experience in the practice of
I his specialty, and numbers among his pa
| tients our most prominent families. If you
: are afflicted with any of the above blemishes,
avoid patent medicines and consult Dr. Van
Dyck at oncc. Special terms to all who make
eugagemeuts'this month. Book free. Engage
| mentn ran bn made by mall. Call on or address
j Dr J. Van Dyck, 40 N. 11th street, Philadel
phia, or 502 Peon avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
j Hoars'J to 1 and 2to 7; Sundays, 10 to 5. i
Nothing On Earth Will
HENS
LIKE
Sheridan's Condition Powderl
It 1* absolutely purr. Iliphly concentrated. In
guantity it costs leas than a tenth of & rent a day.
Ftrietly a medicine, prevents and cures all diseases.
Good for younjr chicks. Worth more than (cold
when hens Moult. "One large can saved me S4O,
■end six for $5 to prevent roup,*' savs a customer.
If you can't K«t It send us So e<*nts lor two pa<-ks;
live sl. A % 1-4 pound fan 11.20 post-paid : 6 cnns $5,
express puid. "THK BEST POULTRY rAI'EK," sain
rf>le copy free. Poultry liaising Guide free with 91
Carders or more. L S. JOHNSON & Co., Boston. Moctd.
/
jfay] r%\
WELL ! WSLL! WELL I
Did you ever ? No, I never did use anything quite
so nice for the face after shaving as
GOSSER'S CREAM GLYCERINE,
and my wife says it is the finest preparation for
chapped hands or any roughness of the skin. Sold
by druggists. 25 «!•.. a b »ttlc. Manufactured by
J. J. COSSaB, Emlenton, Pa.
UNION WOOLEN Hill,
BITLErf, PA.
H FOLLERTOK, Prop'r,
lllaukfl*, FlamiHw au<l Yarn
IfannlaclurtMlofPure Ki:t
lei < uiiniy Wool.
We guaiMttt' > p our goods to bcstrtcil} li wool
and uoarseiHc wr toy other poison*;•!•* ma-ml
lifted !'i drotnsr. We sell Win • or ;• :all.
cm . in ;foifree to <1« ».ra ou
ipp'*. ' on L> n»a
Yurk'UVf
BARTERS;
JpSTfLt.
gIVEF! HI
I H PILLS
PPrk relieve all the trouble* inef
•jpyt to u bilious staM of the system, such as
Dizziness, Nausea. Drowsiness. Distress after
eat in?. Pain in the Side, While their most
cvuiarkable success has l>een shown iu curing
SICK
fleadaoh J. ret CARTER'S I.TTTLK LIVER PIUJB
are equally valuable iu Constipation, curing
and preventing tM: n-\vingcomplaint. while
they also correct nil tii> hter* of the stomach,
stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels.
Even if they only ctir si
HEAD
\ohe> th. v would ho almost priceless to those
;ho sulTir from this distressing complaint:
jut fortunately tl. .r goudnea does not end
Acre. and those " lio nee try them will find
these little pills val' . Me in so manv ways that
hey will not I.- willing to do witiiout them,
rfut after all sick h ..J
ACHE
is the bane of so many lives that herp fs where
we timke our preat boast. Our pills cure it
while ot'Ts do not.
CAHTTVS LITTLE LIVER FILLS are very snia 11
an \ very easv to take. One or two pills make
a d*we. They are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or but by their gentle action
please all who them. In vials at cents;
five for Si Sold e\ ryu here, or sent by mail.
CAST-?. CC. t Krv
Snal fii Sois. Small Pries,
1 scon's i
j t
|
□OES CURE
j COHSUMPTMN j
1
In its First Stages. j
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■ Do sure you {jet the genuine.
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LF.AF.H
ECONOMY.
Teiic*t*r —lf t'J t'l6 n-* of
W oih sitfilfjE 31 SCkh * 0
■ 4 21 'J to
you ct cc o:.n of Shoes a ysar. &r. 1
a bottle at 15 cents lants three months,
for ho .r u.any yoara blacking will one
year' 3 t?L.ving in ehoe Leather pay t
A'k in Dmu !\f ' Hun** furnishing Stores for
Pik-lion, uhich
W:LL STAIN OLD A NEW FUWNITUHC Tarnish
WILL STAIN CLASS AND CHINAWARC a t the
WILL STAIN TINWAAC . natnC
wiu CTAIN TOUR CLO BASRCTS time.
tf>iLL STAIN BABV COACH AND
■f.»\ rvf v / 7*.
"■OTJ-H. Philadelphia.
I CIVE AWAY
To every reader of this paper who suffers from
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Liver Com
plaint, Sick Headache, Nervous Debility or Con
sumption, a free bottle of that most wonderful
medicine, Floraplcxlon, which is the only ab
solute aud permanent cure for the above named
diseases. I can afford to do this because I know
that nine out of every ten persons who try it will
be so well satisfied with the results they will take
pleasure in speaking about its marvelous curative
virtues to a'l their friends and acquaintances. '1 he
value of this sort of advertising to me is worth
many times the cost of the medicine given away, so I
am well compensated for the seeming large expense.
I have over TO,OOO letters on file from people who
have been cured of one or more of the complaints
above named. Write to day stating your disease
and receive a free bottle by return mail, or ask your
druggist for it and get well. Address,
PROF. HART, 88 WARREN STREET, NEW YORK.
Q DOCTORS LAKE
I'KIVATK DISPKXSARY.
COR. PENN AVE. AND FOURTH ST..
v PITTSBURGH, PA.
V Allformsof Dcl'.caUjimd Com
' 4 pli«-:itt:d Diseases reiiuiriiigCoN-
Ji/ FID, STlAtandSl ISNTlHOMcd
ication aro treated at this I>is
ci'..ry with a success rarely attained. I>r. S.
!v. I..iku isamcmlier of tlie Royal College of Phy
iii-ians and Surgeons, and is the oldest and most
■\|>t rienred SIECIALtST in the city. Special at
•-ntion itiven to Nervous Debility from excessive
nentai exertion, indiscretion of youth, etc., caus
iiK physical and mental decay, lack of energy,
lf -jioridency, etc.; iilsoCnncers. Old Sores, Fits,
files, Rheumatism, ami all di-easesof the Skin,
lood. I.unirs, Urinary < )rgans,et< - . Consultation
reo and strictly confidential. Office hours, 9 to
I and 7 to 8 r. M,; Sundays, 2 to i p. M. only.
It at office or address DRS. LAKE, COR.
r.N'N A\ k.. AN D 4TII ST.. PI TTS BU it GH, I*A.
Tliuusaiids t.horn peruiant-::i:> ri.u-.l l>y
BBEIE'333E!HB]
i*illLAi>K!.l*HlA. IV. . ha eat once. nooperation
•i IUM< 1 time from bu IQBH < ;t c»prouooncxtta»
curable !qr others wanted. bend for (ircular.
CURE GUARANTEED.
FREE
WR '' 'J VV He-sons Kc:tored
WxKj Dr.ICLINE'S GREAT
a -ijr NE .vr.RcsTO'fEK
■ r-l .. XFUVK Ijisr \.K ■ Onlyturt
,\ *- f . */'«■« ts Fits h it.efsy, etc.
. lire t :. !■!: after
Ha/,rit a • 1 realise and fa t i.l I rtle free to
SB »r'V: i'l 'c*p"rcss address n*f
BE-:. • «■'i l\'i .nu Ar. h St.l'hilvl-lphia.P.-i.
IM TATtNG FRAUDS.
When I My Crraa I do cot mean inertly t®
stop them lur a time, and then have them re*
turn again. I UEiM A RADICAXi CU&B.
I have made the lUaease o 1
FITS, EPILEPSY or
FALLING SICKNESS,
A life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
CUKE tho worst cni.cs. Because others hava
(ailed is no reason tor not now receiving acure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FRLB lion LB
of my INFALLIBLE UEUEDT. Give Kxpresa
and Post Office. It eosta yot! nothing lor a
trial, and it will cure you. Address
H.C. ROOT, M.G., 183 PEARL ST.,N£WYJ?X
FOR KN ONLY!
rrnTTiTTVmFor LOST or FAILKJO KANHOGS
H A I nyMfryjC'eccral andHERVOUS DEBILITY,
KT'l3T ,, f I . of Body and Kind, Eifecti
MHiUit'lillnf F rror» or Excesses in Old or Young.
Bobyil, fcoMe MINHOOD fally Hrilnrrd. llow (o Mltntf *n4
Mr»,.;ih.-n\U:iK. (Ml LUPBI* ORGANS A PAKTBOF ftOD Y.
Abcolu'.clT uafklila* HOHE TK&AT9K3T—Benefit* la a day.
Hen tratlly fr .m 50 Rtilfi Fortiga CoutrlN. Writ* then.
Book, fipliaitln and proof* ailM (aeal*«l; frra*
AMrtM ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
TO WEAK MEN
Buffering from the effect? of youthful error*, early
decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc., I will
Bend a valuable treatise (sealed) containing fuu
particulars for homo cure. F REE charge. A
Jplendid medical work ; should be read by every
pmn \\rho ifl nerve J and debilitated. Address,:
Prof. F. C. VOYSLEU, JlC'jUua. Coag;
r n-rr: CITJZKN.
M IS(HI, T ANHorS
Curious Words.
[ —lt is said them art» only two words in
the English language which contains all
the vowels in their order. They ars "ab
stemious" and "facetious." The following
words each have them in irregular order:
J Authoritative, disadvantageous, enconrag
ing.eflicacious. :ustantau«'"us. mendacious,
nefarious, precarious, pertinacious, sacri
legious, simultaneous, tenacious, uninten
tional. objectionable, unequivocal, undis
covered. and vexatious.
—The great Kiczua viaduct on the Erie
road, near Bradford. iJ to be painted the
coming smminer. It will take a lirge
force of men about four months to accom
plish the work, costing about *20,000. It
is a very difficult as well as dangerous
piece of labor to perform, and but few men
will trnst themselves to climb about the
dizzy height of 300 feet from the ground.
This will be the first time the bridge has
received a coat of paint since it was built,
about eight years rgo.
—Every certificate we publish regarding
Or. Bulls . Coujih Syrup is genuine, and
we will pay a reward of SI,OOO to anyone
proving the contrary in a single case —A.
C. Meyer <t Co. Balto., Md.
A prudent man never spends his last
quarter, except for Salvation Oil to cure
his pain.
—A Berlin kor e meal dinner costs 3
cents.
Dire dyspepsia's dreadful distress is
cured by Hood's Sarsajprilla, the peculiar
medicine.
Human Eyesight.
In a collision on the Hudson liiver seven
different men swore that a boat had a light
out. Eight swore she had none. As a
matter of fact, a light was burning, and
the instance shows how one can be deceiv
ed in his own powers.
Special Announcement.
We have made arrangements with Dr.
B. J. Kendall Co., publishers of "A
Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases,'
which will enable all our subscribers to ob
tain a copy of that valuible work free by
sending their address (enclosing a two-cent
stamp for mailing samel to Dr. B. J. Ken
dall Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. This book
is now recognized as standard authority
upon all diseases of the horse, as its
phenomenal sale attests, oyer four million
copies having been sold in the past ten
years, a sale never before reached by any
publication ia the same period of time. We
feel confident that our patrons will appre
ciate the work, and be glad to avail them
selves of this opportunity of obtaining a
va'uable book.
It is necessary that you mention this
paper in sending for the "Treatise." This
offer will remain open for only a short
time.
—lf there is anything harder than being
polite when you don't Teel like it, we don't
know what it is.
—For headaches, biliousness, constipa
tion, dizziness, sleeplessness, the blue',
scrofula, the blood and all skin eruptions
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy and
Xerve Tonic never fails. Warranted to
satisfy or money refunded.
—A big clothing store in Pittsburg which
is carrying on a '•••f30,000 fire sale,"' stuck
out a placard with these words: " 17 Cent
Knee Pants—Cannot Last Long." That's
one of the c ases where a fellow says one
thing and means another.
—English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes
from horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints,
swecnoy, ring bone, stilles, sprains, all
swolen throats, coughs, etc. Save SSO by
use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
by J C Redick, druggist, Butler.
—Every man is too extravagant with
abuse, and too economical with praise.
KITS.— AH (Its Stopped free by Ilr. Kline's
(■real .Nerve ltestorer. No tits after first day's
use. Marvelous cures. Treatise anu i-i.oo trial
bottle free to Kit cases. .Send to Dr. Kline, K\
Arcli St.. Phll'a, l >.
—Those v. ho are good when they are
young are prettiest when they arc old.
—Dr. Tenner's Cough Honey will relieve
any cough in one hour. Equally good for
horses. Gives energy and strength. Money
refunded if satisfaction not given.
Five Times and Out.
Ike Smith, the Ohio murderer who w.is
reprieved agaiu recently until March 20,
has been ready for the scaffold five times,
and on three occasions his grave has been
dug. His friends have money to pay law
yers for huntine out technicalities,but they
have finally exhausted themselves and Ike
has no further hope.
One 'i nousand Dollars.
I will forfeit the above amount if I fail
to prove that Flor.iplexion is the best med
icine in existence for Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion or Biliousness. It'is a certain cure,
and affords immediate relief, in cases of
Kidney and Liver Complaint, Nervous De
bility and Consumption. Foraplexion
builds up the weak system and cures where
other remedies fail. Ask your druggist
for it and get well. Valuable book "Things
Worth Knowing," also, sample bottle sent
free; all charges prepaid. Address Frank
lin Hart. 88 Warren street. New York.
Some Men's Way.
In a divorce case in a New York town
the wife exhibits 16f> love letters which
her then love wrote her in three months,
lie sometimes wrote lier six per day, and
his shortest notes contain six pages. He
had been married only six months when
ho boxed her ears.
Consumption Surely Cured.
To THK KDlTOß:—Please inform your RENDERS
that 1 littvo a poaitivo remedy for the above-named
disease. By its timely use thousands of lioness
cases have been permanently cured. I shall Ix 3
to send two bottles of my remedy FREE to any of
yotir readers who have consumption if they will
send mo th ir tipre«» and I\ O. address. Respect
fully, T. A. SLOCUAI. M. 0.. ISI Pearl St.. N. Y.
—The Sandy Lake Xeicx relates the re
cent experience of a farmer near that town.
He had a wood chopping frolic, to close
with a social hop in the evening. Only
eight persons came to chop but seventy
five put in an appearance at the dance.
—Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Batkache
Cure is warranted to give satisfaction in
every case or money returned.
To Consumptives.
The. undersigned having been i•••.!.>r«*d to
health by simple means, utter Mith-ri'iif for
several years willi a severe lung affection,
and that dread disease Consumption, is
anxious to tnat-H known to his fellow suffer
er* the nieens of cure. To those who desire
it, in will cheerful!; send tree or charge) a
copy of the prisji') .ion us f, which they
wili find a sure cure for Consumption,
Asllrua, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat
and lung Maladies. He hope, ail tuiferers
will try his Utintdy, r- it is invaluable.
Those desiring the inscription, which will
cost them nothing, and may prove a bless
ing, will please address liKV. I ir.VAiiD A.
WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings County, New
York.
S3OOO
Y«arin tMr«w» IMIIMM,* hi r - rrth J VwJ will ni*.. t ..n -ti
th® alluatlon or*nihl->vHir;it at wl <:i * mn «»rii tlmt aiix utif
No momv fur n>-uul-*a »• , .Mfulaaal- '•'■ ha»lly an.i .julck ly
learned. i clr*« liut one v .ik«r •»» » •'• «I!alri «•r r< I
have already taught and p r . \i<i<d will* « u.j n»#ut a
timnVr, wh> ai« ti ukinr i vrr f ji rt «a li It • I. VV
•nd lull iinrtirulat * K IC l*I«. A.!•!»«•»• at one**,
E. C . ALI,r: %. llox 4'jO, Auc«»*ta, Slulnr.
GEO. D. MITCHELL,
Attorney-at-taw and solicitor ■ f Pensions and
Patents. Box ;!M. Washington, !>.<'. Clerk Si n
ate Pension Committee for last 7 \ ears. If you
ike I'KOMPTNKSS write mc. Uhul to give
dvice. , 1
Do you see the
Point?
Well, if the man in our illustration
•. - \ ) does not fee it. it is not because it ia
C'j ' \ not near bis eye. Now we want to
ft hv\ ) place a pointer before your eje The
I ■ v / i ',*)■ ) hoi lay season is fast approaching;
N - /_. Ifyf ' Chtisinias in coming, in fact it's &1-
■IJ- ■■Ys '- 1 most here. Alrcadj pleasant eur
. K~/~r.\ y ' prises are being planned; mysterious
| j whispered consultations arc being
» •/ beld, and packages of suggestive ap-
OA pearance are being carefully stowed
iu out-of-the-way places where they
w '" rotn P r J' n ff eyes. A
Merry Christmas is an old.old theme,
V J 1 yet always new. There is a gener
ation of little toddlers who this year for the first time will listen at some
loving mother's knee to wonderful tales of Santa Claus and other Christmas
lore more wonderful than all the splendors evokedjby Aladdin's lamp will be
just as potent as ever in convincing the Young America of to day that the
holiday season is worth all the rest cf the yeur put together.
Do we bear au impatient Yes, yes, but having become a man 1 have
put away childish things? Wait a moment, reader. Does it not add dig
nity to the occasion to think that on Christmas morning a future President
will concentrate his thoughts on a tin rattlo with the same absorbed atten
tion that he will one day devote to bis inaugural address; that a coming
Secretary of our Treasury will grapple with his first financial problem and
j get au idea of the difficulties of specie resumption by attempting the im
possible feat of shaking that bright new copper out of his toy bauk, etc.
Then leaving the children, :hiuk of the pleasure derived from the exchange
of gifts among the youth, the mitldie uged and tho old; how it strengthens
the ties of frienship and delights the lovictr hearts of dear ones to receive a
proof of your fond remembrance and affectionate regard. Now we do not
wish to worry or perplex TCU, but as a pointer we would just say, What
ever else you may do between now and New Year be sure and see our
novelties before buying any gifts for your friends or relatives. Mind you,
we don't say buy of us, we merely say <_ our attractions before you buy,
and we would ask as a favor of you to bring the children along. We hope
every little child in this vicinity will be allow ed to visit our place during the
next two weeks. In order to accommodate cur many friends throughout
the county we will begin our great holiday distribution on Dec. 18tb, and
continue until after the holidays. Come everybody and bring your friends
and children along.
Thanking you for your very liberal patronage during the past year I
wish you one and all a merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New
Year.
I). 2rJ JEG C K,
Cham-pion Clotliier, Hatter and Furnisher.
121 North Main St. - DufTy's Block, Butler, Pa.
Unquestioned Bargains
IN
Boots, Slioes, Slippers and
Rubber Goods
AT
GRIEB & VOGELEY'S,
The largest production of boots and slioes
in the town, which must he sold at
reduced prices.
We want your trade,
Quality the Best,
Pi •ices the Lowest.
Give us a trial. We shall offer birgaias so extraordinary, so startling
that no one can resist.
THE CASH SHOE STORE
Will eave you money. Boots aud Shoes at cost for the next 30 days. Ab
solute sacrifice sale. A u unusual opportunity.
OUll SHOE SPECIALTIES in ladies'and gents possess three dis
tinct points of excellence:
Tlu'v are the most Durable, tlle most
Complete and the most Stylish shoes
in the town for the money.
Adapted for all classes of trade.
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!!
We have on hand that must be sold within the next 30 days
-500 pair mens' kip boots. 300 pair boy's kip boots.
200 pair child's and youth's boots.
That will be sold to soma one than cost. Embrace the opportunity
and come and see for yourself
Yours Respectfully,
Grieb & Vogeley,
347 S. MAIN STREET, - BUTLER, PA.
Opposite "Willard House.
( A VALUABLE AND DOUBLY USEFUL LITTLE INSTRUMENT FOR LADIES. i
"DUPLEX" ELECTRO-MAGNETIC CURLER AND CRIMPER.
i" This is the most ?trfect % convenient, nsejvi and < fftetir* little toilet article ever invented. Itcom-
U.Tie* a Comb-Curl«»r of finish with an improved Ton«r Crimper, aud hoth purts twirc Elsctro-
it quickly producert wonderfully pleiuiint; and faf«i)ionat»le r»fultn With it* aid the hair »an
befix-'.l in auy desired sty|e, and hen so fixed with this littlo inatrunicnt it retains the effect much
longer, und is not eveo elTcctud by thu dump air. Una trial, used.
PRJCE, noo „ ALL PEALERS '
I 7 ' .!t>os not break off or ruin the mnjt C:irl r-> an.l never f :*»!?« fn t loi» .
I ...runteed to tdve satisfaction. BIOAKY ir NOT AH UI PKMI.MtD.
! »• ii fr»r sale t»y the driiiT, dry and fancy K<"'ds jjenerallv, but if not obt:i!nahle iu your
I . : iit\" we will irii.il it to any address, post-puid, guaranteeing safe delivery, on receipt of SCN*.« or
II • > i«»r £2.o<\ Kcmit by druft, express, or post-orace nioni y ort'er, or currency in reffisterea letter
I mrnb eto Thf A. BrUlfriiiaa Co., 373 Broadway. N. V. this paper. Agents wautcd f«>r
| Pr. iJridginuu'i Comts,Brushes.lk'lts, and Specialties, licautitul and goods. Most liberal terms.
tWs CttmM'RV _ai
HAr-FEVER f
\J COLO-'HEAD
Ely's Cream Halm it not a liquid, snvff or powder. Applied into the wntri's it is
_ quickly absorbed. Iteleanset the head, allay» inflammation, healt
Lflft the v re*. Sold by druqqitta or sent by mail on receipt of prire.
DUG ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren Street NEW YORK. 3Ub
SCIIITTTE k O'BRIEN '
Sanitary Plumbers
, I
And (Ja.s titters.
DEALERS IS
Sewer I'ipe,
(*.-is Fixtures,
Globes and
Natural (ins Appliances,
.lefierson St.,opp. T.owry House j
BUTLER, HA
&IEIITS j
Hjiwtuait/. liw A. SccU, »I* V. '
Save Money
By getting jour Fall and W in
ter millinery, underwear and
hosiery from
M. F. & M. Marks'.
They will show you the lar
gest and l>est selected stock in
Butler at the lowest price?.
We have a larger stock of
trimmed goods than evei 1H:-
fore.
Mourning goods a Specialty.
Advertise in tbo CITIZEN.
MILLINERY!
I Now ready and allowing the most com
plete line of trimmed and nntrimmed
autumn Millinery. Hats, bonnets, toques,
birds, ribbons, feathers, etc. AYe are
the recognized leaders of Millinery in
Butler, and have manv imitators, but no
%/
equals,
D. T. PAPS,
I Mo- 18. S. Main St.- KUTLEH, PA .
The Keynote of
Our Sue ess:
WE UNDERBUY
WE UNDERSELL.
Solid values backed by merit will always
win, and the masses will flock to where
they get the best value for tlieir money.
HESITATE NOT BUT (iO TO
Bickel's Grand Clearance
Shoe Sale.
SOME OF HIS OFFERINGS.
128 pair of children's grain nrd calf shoes. tipped, at 70c to sl.
200 pair of misses' spring heel shoes, Doogola or Pebble Goat, at 85c to
$1.25.
500 peir of laiies', Pebble Goat or Dongola, shoes at SSO JO $1.50.
150 pair of ladies fine Dongola shoes, plain tip or with patent leather lip,
all sizes and'all widths at SI.OO, $2, $2.25, and $2.50.
300 pair of gent's shccs, Lace or Congress, plain toe or tip on toe, at $1.25,
$1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3.
Thousands of pairs for a thousand different purposes, in a thousand different
styles and shapes—fine, medium and heavy grades—for city and out of
town people.
1 have also 20 cases mens' kip boots at cost.
15 cases boy's heavy kip boots, sizes 15, at §1 to $1.50.
2 cases (60 pairs each) woman's everyday laced ies at 15r.
The balance of our Holiday Slippers at
COST.
-A. Large Stock of Rubber GToods.
Leather and Findings.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order.
Repairing neatly and promptlj- done either in leather cr rubber goods
"When in need of anything in my line give me a call."
Yours truly,
JOHN BIOKEL,
!N"e\v Number* 330 S. ]VTain Street.
BUTLER, - -- -- -- -- PEN N'A
GREAT BEDDCTM
AT
J. K. GRIEB'S,
Nu. 16 South Main. St., - ISutler* Fa.
In Watches,
Clocks,
Jewelry,
And Spectacles.
Repairing Promptly Attended To.
SIGN OF ELECTRIC BELL.
J. R. GRIEB. PROF. K. J. LAMB.
GUI Ell & LAMB'S MUSIC STOBE.
NO- 16 SOUTH MAIN ST., BUTLER, PA.
Sole Agents foi Butler, Mercer and Clar
ion counties for Bebr Bros. & Co's Magnificent
Pianos, Shouinger, and New by & Evans
Fianos, PacKard, Crown, Carpenter and
Now England Organs. Dealers in iolins,
Strings, Bruno Guitars, and
All Kinds of Musical Instruments.
SHEET MUSIC A SPECIALTY
Pianos and Organs sold on installments. Old Instruments
taken in exchange. C ome and see us, as we
can save you money.
Tuning and Repairing of all Kinds of Musical Instruments
Promptly attended to.