Butler citizen. (Butler, Pa.) 1877-1922, May 20, 1892, Image 4

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New Spring Dress Goods
1 i £
A FOR EARLY BUYERS:
S We
received
week our first shipment ot New c*
0 Spring Dress Goods and through
this advertisement we extend a
zh cordial invitation to you to come Y
W and )ook through our stock (
whether you wish to purchase or C
1 - TROUT MAN S-;S
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Leading Dry Goods and Carpet i
House.
-Henrietta Serge- |
WILL—""
YOU™
LOOK—""
AT OUR
[BOOTS AND SHOES ~
SLIPPERS | IAWPI OXFORDS
.A.ll tho Latest Spring and Summer
FOOTWEAR
AT
Vogeley & Bancroft's
Artistic in Style,
Reasonable in Price,
Reliable in Quality.
See oar men's fine shoe, congress and lace at $1.25.
See oar ladies fine kid button shoe at SI.OO.
See onr ladies fine oxford tie, pat. leather tip at 75 cts,
See oar cbildreos shees from 25 to 50 cents.
See our other Popular Price Lines.
Plow Shoes, Working Shoes, Fine Dress
Shoes of all Styles and qualities at
the LOWEST PRICES.
Base Ball and Tennis Shoes
Visit our store and we will please you.
VOGELEY
■■ANDHH
BANCROFT
No. 347 South Main Street,
OPPOSITE WILLARD HOUSE,
BUTLER, PA.
SWITCH OFF!
If you have been running in the wroDg direction there is no reason
wbj yoa should continae to do so.
ROBINS BROS.,
South East Corner of Diamond offer inducements to all who are alive to
their own interests, every body is invited to come in and see our shoes and
hosiery. These goods can be bought nowhere else at a better advantage
than at tbe undersigned. If you doubt this, drop in and see for yourself
New Qoods, Best Quality, Perfect Fit. Remember The New Boot and
Shoe Store. <
ROBINS BROS.,
S. E. Corner of Diamond. - - • Near Opera House.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS ONLY
JEWELRY, CLOCKS,
SILVERWARE,
#
Purchasers can save from 25 to 50 per
cent by purchasing their watches, clocks
and spectacles of
J. R. GRIEB, The Jeweler,
No.* 125 N. Main St., - Duffy Block.
Sign of Electric Bell and Clock.
All are Respectfully Invited
—"Remember our Repairing Department—2o years Experience."—l
THE PEERLESS LEAD GLASS
WORKS,
THEY GO TO ELI.WOOD CITY. PA.
A Big Plant With all the modern Ap
pliances.
It has been ramored for some time
that the Peerless Lead Glass Works,
of Eighteenth street, Southride, Pitts
burgh, would go to Ellwood City,
Pa., but Mr. John Patterson has pre
served what mieht be called a trenial
j reticence on the subject until yester
i day. The plans for the building
! show a very large and convenient
structure 290x90, with a furnace of
14 pots. This will employ over 300
people to start with, bnt the number
of hands will be greatly increased
before this year is out. They will
be making their lead glass chimneys
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in Ellwood City by the 15th of Aug.
This is the product for which they
are celebrated they will continue
to put the proper <|unutity of lead into
the glass.
At Ellwood City they will also
make other lines in large <]uantities
for which they had neither room nor
facilities in the abandoned Pittsburgh
plant
Mr. Patterson's enthusiastic liking
for Ellwood City is evidently shared
by all of his partners who have been
there.
"It's a beautiful town." he Kiid,
"and we shall have more room aud
better shipping facilities, a track on
each side of our three trunk
line systems to gke t s e> nipeti'ive
freight rates.and no switching charges
or transfer charges. Then we get
Pittsburgh freight rates to start with
—and I urn near enough t> Pitts
bnrgh to have my friend* run out
anv time. It is le.-s than 40 miles "
"Yes, I believe in Ellwoxl C'i'.y.
If there is anything that they haven't
got there to help make a city "f it I'd
like to hear it mentioned. I can get
the cheapest coal, or plenty of natural
gas They have a gas well right ia
the town of nearly 300 pounds pres
sure, and two more wells drilling,
and glass sand too.
"The Fulmer 13rick Company gets
red and fire clay there, the Vulcan
Foundry folks lind molding sand,
and we all get a fine quality of
building Btoue, and so it goes. If you
haven't been there go and tee the
place."—Pittsburgh Dispatch.
JOHNSON'S
A HODYHfc
LINIMENT
\ K E-V O7V
\J Fcr E?TE2i7AL 111 E2TTZITAI,
-GENERATION AFTTR VENESATIONI.
HAVE USED AM) BLESSED IT. «
fy/Nc-ne^
Every Travel- r nhoul.l k-iv< a bottle of it lu his KatrboL
Every Sufferer
▼oll* Headache, Diphtheria, Couirh*,« atarrb, lironcbltl *,
A 'thma, ChoU-ra Morbus. I>iarrh<i»a, J jinn H« n-m-xa
in Body or UmM, HtifF Joints or Strains will fiiid in
thi« ohl Anodyne relief and cure. Pamphlet
free. Hold ev. i-ywhi-ro. I'riie :tt ct*. by mail, 0 IjoUlea,
paid, i. : .rJOHNSON & CO.. J Juntos. M.ua
HUMPHREYS'
This PRECIOUS OINTMENT is the
triumph of .Scientific Medicine.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with it as a CI KATIVE
and Al.ixc APPLICATION. It has been
used over 40 years, anil always affords
relief and always gives satisfaction.
IV)r ] >!■•- ICxtcnial <>r Internal, Blind
or Bleeding ; fistula in Ail') ; Itching or
Bleeding of the Rectum. The relief is
immediate-the cure certain.
For Bums, Scalds and Ulceration and
Coutraction from Burns. The relief is instant
the healing wonderful and unequaled.
For Tioils, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fibulas,
Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Chafing or
aid Head. It is Infallible.
T >r Inflamed or Caked Breasts and Sore
:;iples. It is in', aiuable.
Price, 50 Cent 1 ". Trial size, 25 Cents.
P >l<| by Driiicrim*, •' tent po#t-f)«ld on receipt of price.
ucmrnunrs* MD. CO., 111 * I I 3 U MIAN. sc, .NEW YOKK.
WITCH HAZEL OIL.
pure alcohol to make WOLFI
lii.ACKI NC;. Alcohol is good for i
it ij j.' ixl fortius skill. Alcohol i t . :
ingredient of Cologne, Florida V..: • i>'-
Bay lium the well known fat v. 1,
We think there is nothing 100 coslh i.us
in a good leather preservative.
Acme lilaokiiif* retails n i Oc.
ami :it that price Bells readik. •,
people are so accustomed to Imy:: < •
in;; or Macking ut sc. and 10. u: •
that they cannot understand ti : t ;; 1 ' .i i -
ingeanl>eclicup at 20c. \Ve*a . (•
theni with cheapness if we can, and tor. -
complifch this we olFer a rc ward of
SIO,OO
for a recipe which will enable r
WOI.KK'S ACME BLACKING ut T
that :i retailer can profitably fcfll i :
bottl' . We hold this olier o;. i
Jan. Ist, 1893.
WOlit-p & EANDOLPII, Phi!
J^\SWAYNE'S
OINTMENT^
any iutcrnal -y/
» the ■ kin clear, wlute and hcalthyf'V^P^
b» drtunfl.t*,. r t.t by mail for Wl rln. Addrw Da,
t!•*»**■ A Mom, rM!adcl:>kia. l'a Aih your for It.
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TI-IR: CITIZEN'
MISCEL! .AN ECUS
AGRICULTURAL HINTS.
IJT planting a new strawberry bed
the pistillate varieties a*e perhaps more
j product ire than the double-sex berry,
; but the rule is to use three rows of
pistillates and one row of staminates.
The crescent sjill holds its place as one i
of the best, but it requires some varie- j
j ty, such as the Wilson, in order to hare
i the blossoms fertilized. Do not plant
new varieties until they hare been tried
; and tested.
IT is well said that ten acres of small !
! fruits will often make a man more
truly prosperous than ten times as
; much land in wheat or corn. He may
not be worth as much in actual capital
: invested, but he will be getting a larger
net income, and doing it with much
I less severe toil. The small farm, well
tilled, whether it be in fruits, dairy,
! vegetables, etc., is almost always the
most satisfactory.
Ir you transplant any trees this
spring take the precaution to prune tho
branches sy as to restore the rest de- j
stroyed by the root mutilations that are :
always inseparable from remorals. and
then mulch so as to retain moisture un
til the new rootlets can get a good
; start. Many trees are lost by neglect
\ ing the proper cutting back, thus leav
; ing too much work for the crippled
roots to accomplish.
TIIE idea of drugging cows to in
crease their production of milk is so re
pulsive that there will be little regret
expressed at the failure of an experi
ment carried out in France by M.
Cornevln, who administered philocar
pine as likely to increase the secretions.
He found after several trials that the
drug had no influence upon the quan- !
tity of milk, though the constituents
were affected notably in the increase of
sugar.
He Wanted Something Hefty.
"Haven't you anything stronger than
this?" asked Stapgers, as he sat down
the empty whisky frlass.
"We've gr»t soma aqua-fortis," re
plied the barkeeper, with withering
sarcasm.
"Haven't you any aqua fifties or six
ties?"' asked the man with the thirst.—
Tr*th.
A Domestic Calamity.
Mary (to Alice)— Your doll looks very
poorly. What ails her?
Alice—She frets a great deal. Alfred
knocked out one of her eyes last week,
and she lost a great deal of sawdust.
She hasn't been the same doll since.—
Texas Siftings.
The Plaint of the Penurious.
This world Is but a fleeting show;
Admission's tree, no doubt.
But, goodness gracious! how it costs
Before a man gets out
—Judge.
HIGHI.Y APPROPRIATE.
"Young man, hab you got any letter
paper an' onbelopes wid flesh-colored
borders?"
"Is it mourning paper you want?"
"You's struck it Aisactly. Gib me a
quire!"— Brooklyn Life.
—D. 11. Waller the druggist, desires us
to publish the following testimonial as he
handles the remedy and helieves it to be
reliable.
I bought a ">0 cent bottle of Chamber
lain's Pain Balm and applied it to my
limbs, whieff have been afflicted with
rheumatism at intervals for one year, At
the time I bought the Pain Balm I was
unable to walk. I can truthfully say that
Pain Balm has completely cured me.
K. H. F.VRR , Ilolywood, Kan. Mr. A. 15.
Cox, the leading druggist at Ilolywood,
vouches for the truth of the above state
ment.
—The ' White Square" is the name of a
new secret society just formed in Phila
delphia, whose cardinal object is to pro
mote the spirit of fraternity among all
men.
—Try I)r. Gram's Grand Mother medicine
no cure, no pay. TJirco mouths treatment
SI.OO, for uli blood, liver, kidney and
stomach diseases, at J. C. ltedlck's.
—Almost every one in the world is wick
ed enough to wish that someone would die
and leave him uionev.
Women Who Die Early.
Many of our most beautiful and accom
plished ladies die before they have reach
ed the prime of life. Of those who live to
middle age only one in two hundred is
sound; the other hundred and ninety-nine
are s ifl'erers. Why is it? Self-neglect.
The shattered health can be restored; tho
home made happy, and your life lengthen
ed if you commence at onee.
'•Rose Isuds' r have been used for 20
years in the private practice of one of the
most eminent physicians of Paris, aud the 1
following diseases aud their distressing
symptoms yield to them like magic: Ulcer
ation, Congestion and falling of the Womb,
Ovarian Tumors, Dropsy of the Womb,
Bearing Pains, ltupture at Childbirth and
Miscarriages. One package of "Kose 1
Buils" will make a new woman of you.
(Leucorreaor Whites are generally cured
by one application.) Price per package
(one months treatment) SI.OO sent by mail
post paid, securely packed. THE LEVKR
ETTE SPECIFIC CO., 3K9 Washington St., 1
Boston, Mass.
—A western lecturer selected for his
subject, "A Had Egg." The subject often
strikes a lecturer unfavorably.
Rheumatism cured in a day—"Mystic '
cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia, radic
ally cures in Ito y days. Its action upon
the system is remarkable aud mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the dis- I
ease immediately disappears. The first 1
dose greatly benefits. 75 cts. Sold by J. 0.
Kedick, druggist, Butler.^
—Yellow in going to be a popular color,
from pale lemon down through canary aud
gold to the deepest orange.
Chamberlain's Eyo and Skin
Ointment.
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyoo,
Tetter, riu.lt Rheum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itcb., Prairie Scratches, Soro Nipples
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundred.; of eased have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failod.
It i j put up in 25 and 00 cent boxes
—Tho wonderful brilliancy of the even
ing star, Venus, is tho admiration of all
who look toward the westward sky these
evenings. A Pittsburg policeman accounts 1
for her marvelous brightness on the sup
position that the folks on that planet are
doing their spring work aud burning the
brush on their back yards.
Consumption Surely Cured.
To THE —l'luasu inform your readers 1
that 1 have a Jiooiuvo remedy fur ttio atiuve-uauird ;
dlxcuu. By Its tiuiuly UMI thousands of hopolcs* [
case* have been permanently cured. I shall bo glad
to send two botllca of my remedy FKEK to any of
your readers who havo consumption If they will
I Mild me their i.iprexa ami I'. O. adilreaa. Be*p*ct- I
| tulJy. X. A. SUX-Lil, M, 1611'ea.l tiu. >. X. j
TITK orrsnov <">F FFIF Horn.
"Tilly, how are you going to have
your new spring hat trimmed?"— Jury.
Female Consistency.
Husband of Literary Woman—How
are you coining on with your magazine
article?
Literary Woman—l've got it almost
: finished.
"What is it about?"
"It denounces the extravagance in
dress of our modern women."
"What are you going to do with the
money you get from it?"
"I am saving up to buy a sealskin
; sacque."—Texas Siftings.
Iteralliug; the Fast.
Mr. Close—'Scuse me, sir? but I'm
Seth Close from Punkville, an' I'm a
lookin' fur the Farmers' savings bank.
Kin you direct me tew it?
Recently Converted Bunco-Steerer —I
could, sir; I am going that way—but do
not follow me, I beg; I am trying to be
a better man.—l*uclr.
Social Gravitation.
Returned Tourist—What became of
that fool, Saphead, who had more
money than he knew what to do with?
Business Man—l don't remember him.
Was he much of a fool?
"Perfectly idiotic."
"I presume he has dropped into so
ciety." —N. Y. Weekly.
Iter. Pllnk Flunk on Style.
A good deal ob de style in dis world,
deah breddern, rests on a berry shaky
foundation. If some ob de butchers an'
grocers would tell what dey know about
some stylish people de eyes ob de restob
de world would be opened to a knowl
edge ob why some tings aren't wot dey
seem.—N. Y. Herald.
A Cordial Invitation.
Servant— A gentleman at the door
says he doesn't like to annoy you, but
here is a little bilL
Mr. Murray nill—O, tell him I'm not
annoyed at his calling. On the con
trary, I would be very much pleased to
have him call again.—Texas Siftings.
A Visual Falling.
"I tried to get -your father to indgrse
a small note for me to-day," said Mr.
Hojack to his wife, "but he couldn't see
It."
"Poor papa has become quite near
sighted lately," replied Mrs. Hojack. —
Judare. _
—Every testimonial published in the be
half of Hopd's Sarsaparilla may be relied
upon as strictly true.
—lt is believed that the World's popu
lation is increasing at tho rate of nearly
6,000,000 a year.
—Some of the Grand Army boys may
be interested in the following from Alex.
B. Pope, A. D. C , Commander. Dep't.
Teuu. and Ga. He says : "We have had
an epidemic of whooping cough here
(Stewart, Tenn.,) and Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been the only medi
cine that has done any good." There is
no danger from whooping cough,when this
remedy is freely given. It completely con
trols the disease. .30 cent bottles for
sale bv.
D. lL Wuller, Butler; A. Bowers, Pros
pect; Hrcntlcn <fc Allison, W. Sunbury.
—T.ate tests prove that the strongest
wood growing in the United Stales is the
"nutting hickory" of Arkansas. The weak
est is the yellow West India birch.
—ln almost every neighborhood through
out the west there is some one or more
persons whose lives may have been saved
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhtea Remedy, or who have been cured of
chronic diarrhu-a by it. Such persons
take especial pleasure in recommeudiug
the remedy toothers. The praise that fol
lows its introduction and use makes it
very popular. 25 and 50 cent bottles lor
sale by
D. B. Wuller, Butler; A. Bowers, Pro
spect; Breaden <fc Allison. W. Sunbary.
—lt isn't much trouble for a man to
make his inark in politics —the trouble is
to remove it.
Spring Fever.
The Kr.idual opening of the budding trees and
the shooting upwards ol the blades ol b'rass are
signs ol the advent of spring, 'l'ne lariner Is
already at work stimulating the growth of his
crop by fert.llzers to lusure a rich harvest.
Nature needs stimulation and why should not
mail? The system needs building up after the
attacks ol Grippe and eold, aud the only tonic
is pure whiskey. Max Klelu.ol Allegheny, ra.,
lias the endorsement of emiuiueul physicians,
certifying to the purity of his famous Silver A*e
and liut|ucs*e Kve Whiskies, Sold every where
at tl.ju aud tt.ii per lull quart. Six-year-old
i'enu'a. Kye Whiskies, absolutely pure al ll.uo
per quart or t> quarts lor &> .00. Send lor cata
logue and price list of all kinds ol liquors to
Max Klein. 88 federal street. Allegheny, l'a.
—lu attempting to stop a runaway
plough team, James Mahurn, of Fort
Scott, Kan,, was ripped by the plough
lrotn hip to ueck, and blead to death.
—Hamilton Abel, aged 87, of Dahlonega
Ga., wants a divorce from his wife, Sarah,
aged 82 years, an ho thinks her affections
have colored.
—Accordiu » to the report of the Depart
ment of Health for 1800 there were '>8,223
females earning their livelihood in Chica
go-
—At Harriston, Miss., a negro was hang
ed 37 minutes aud when his body was cut
down he was found to be still alive.
—Edward Gregg's infant that was learn
ing to walk at, Lancaster, fell to the floor
and broke its neck.
—Gunpowder was discovered from the
falling of a spark on some materials mixed
iu a mortar.
—lt has been proved by instantaneous
photography that a horse at full trot some
times has its four feet off tho grouud at
once.
Save Yourself Money.
"When you go to Pittsburgh, Pa., stop at
the Anchor Uotel, corner Liberty aud
Fourth streets. It is a strictly first-class
Hotel conducted on the European plan.
Lodgings, 25, —35, —or 50 cents.
—About 20,000 acres of Geogia is in
watermelons this year.
—No matter how poor an uuiberella is,
on a rainy day a welcome hand is always
extended to it.
—The French government spends tIH,
000,000 per year on its public highways
and their horses draw a ton and a third
without trouble.
To Consumptives.
The undersigned having lieeu restored to
health by bitnple means, after sutlering for
several years with a severe lung affection,
and that dread disease Consumption, is
anxious 10 make known to Inn fellow sutler
ers the means of eure. To those who desire
it, he will cheerfully send (tree of charge) a
copy of the prescription used, which they
will iind a sure cure for Consumption,
Asthma, Catarrh, lironehitis and ull throat
itnd lung Maladies. He hopes all sutferrrs
will try his Remedy, as it is invaluable.
Those desiring the prescription, which will
cost them nothiug, and may prove a bless
ing, will please address RKV. F.DWAIUI A.
WILSON, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New
York.
j —Wc have now fourteen hours sun.
Some Things You Never Knew:
•if* &E» Xaba
r
You never he. rti f Top Buggies selling as low as $45 till we
named that [ lc
#*s"- You never heaid of Road Wagons selling for $35 till wr named
the price ifc^i
You never heard of good team work bridles selling for $1 till we
told you-^A
Jfcef You never heard of horse collars, both team and buggy, selling
for $1 till we named it
JSefYou never heard of spring wagons selling for S4O till we offered
THEM-FEFT
You never heard of Kramer wagons selling fur the price we sell I
them at till we brought the price
IS 13 You never heard of sweat pads selling below 50 cents till we
started
ou never heard of a good top half platform -pring wagon sell
ing for $75- —we have them~?v»&
JSiai You never heard of single buggy harness selling for s<> till we
started
"You never heard of team work harness with breeching and collars
selling for $iS until this minute —we have thein->efli
ftaT .-k
We did this all for"your benefit, and have everything connected
with a driving or team outfit. We advertise for you to call in and
see us in our new quarters at 128 K. Jefferson St., .above the Hotel
Lowry. Don't stay away because you don't know us. we are very
common men and want to get acquainted with every person in But
ler county and elsewhere. We will show you what we have whether
you want to buy or not. Come in and sec us, we have a larger stock
of a better grade at less money than has ever been offered by us or
any other firm.
YOURS VEkv TRULY,
S. B. MARTINCOURT k CO.
S. B. MARTINCOL RT. J. M. L EIGHNER
IT'S A HOODO!
never hurts a customer, but it knocks
V VIPJR* IMFEC'*""" Competition endwise. The monster is
; . JCTAY nentle to our customers and they can
handle it with perfect safety. The
.J ■lW|' - C P AT ' What is it," that is what erery
lod? wants to know; by our illustration
you can see that it is not like to any
tbing upon the earth, or the water under
Y7** L ' IE EART ' I , but more wonderful than •ny
,F/i I thing ever exhibited by Barnum or
*7 JCFL Forepaugb. It rivals the gre«t
"i MJ: X Orangoutaog, ourunout and stick your
- I/fi " TONGUE out, the greatest wonder of
the age. "What is it?'— why its Heck's
mammoth stock of fine clothing, Hats, Caps, rihirts, Pants, Underwear,
Collars, Cuffs, Neckwear, Suspender*. Umbrellas, Trunks, Yalises, Satchels,
Purses, Bill and Pocket-books, Clothes, Hair and Tooth-brushes, Watches,
Chains, Charms, Ladies' and Gents' Rings, Pins, Collar and Cuff Buttons
and hundreds of articles too tedious to mention which we have for sale, and
you mav need Call and see our mammoth stock of beautiful spring at
tractions and you will certainly say its a Hoodo. Well, we are not looking
for those who do trade with us but for those who do not. We don't believe
there are many who do n<»t, but there ought not to be one person iu Butler
or adjoining counties left who does not know that the place to save money,
to get big values, is at Heck's Store, 121 N. Main St Why is it that you
miss your chance and waste your money ? Don't you know better ? We
bear von no iil will, why should we ? This is not our funeral, we are just
he sam«! merry merchant as of old. We are rollickine, jolly fellows; we are
tiproariner, tip top sellers, and when U comes to bargains we can suit yon to
aT. IF you think we are a honev, come buy your clothes and drop your
money, and we'll treat you like a little sonny, for we have got the energy
and the will; we m-.ide up our mind to be the
LEADER IN OUR LINE
and the result is that we lead and tho band plays Anny Rooney, and there
is no mistake? about it. The world stands aghast at the realization of the
fact that the HIGH quality aud low prices of our goods is a reality and not »
fictionary legend to those who have never dealt with us. We would be
glad to see you and pleased to put in your hands a real money saver, a
bargain with a great big B If you are not on our list of customers, come
and be convinced that we are right at the front doing big business, on
the best basis, a square deal and a rolling dollar. We are going to get np A
train load for the World's Fair at Chicago in 1893, and we want you to
come in and go along. We will furnish you with a
Round Trip Ticket,
free the ouly conditions that you buy your goods off us. For further particu
lars call in and see us about it.
With kindest regards for your liberal patronage and your remembrance
of us to your many friends, we shall in the future endeavor to merit your
confidence.
Yours Very Respectfully,
D. A. HECK,
Champion Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher,
121 N. MairL St.,
BUTLER, : : : : PA.
1 FofEVERY CASE OFkSTHMIi'orX
VI £>'£/?>' CASE OF HAY FEVER." but the wont ru«. 1
® H uncomplicated by organic ditoatt, cmn b» 1 |
W HV* ■ H TO STAY CURED ,
to H ▼ by constitutional treatment. (
W A thr |
I borne. 1
one without a thor
knowledge of the V 4
Incurable Cases Declined. TB
examination free by mail. f
We want name and address of
every sufferer from Asthma or Hay Fever.
p. HAROLD HAYES, M. D., ■
i i - -in -i pi ir •• - n"w" ri"
"Well begun is half clone." Begin your house work by buying
a cake of
SAPOLIO.
Sapolio is a solid cake of Scouring Soap used for all cleaning
purposes. Try it.
, J. SPECK. WM ' "' HOLMES.
J THE LEADING
IVIIOLESALK WISE AM) I.KJI OK llOlHt OF WEBTEBX PBHHimJIi,
The Win, 11. Holmes Co.,
Distillers of "Holmes' Best" and "Holmes' Old Economy'
PURE RYE WHISKY,
Ail the leading Rye and Bourbon Whiskies in bond or tax-paid.
Importers of fine Brandies, Gins and Wines.
SEHSTZD FOR, PRICE trIST '•
Telephone No. 305J #
120 Water St. and 158 First Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa
READ AND REMEMBER.
For strictly pure ainl rullal'le HTBAKJHT
riQUOKS. call mi „
I. WT. FIATCH,
IS SMIIIIHKI.It ST., I'IITSHI HI.II, I'A.
'topp. MouuiiKalii'la. House.)
Matchless lor Family use ami .Mi-.liclnal pur
-1 loses arc
KINf II s <;<)I.I)i:\ WUIUNCI. 1 Aim
til l KENHKIMKK S VvtllhKV, : !*T ql. ;
OVKItIIOLT'S WHISKY. f 0 qts.
DILUNOKBS WHISKY, I fori'..
(ioods neatly packed ami promptly shipped
KKKK OK KXMC.NK* on receipt of cash or post
office order,
ir Nothing exprentl C. O. U.
Send fur l*r!ce List.
mRBBS3S9SB2!£SB
WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE
The •■rest KnirlUh Itemed).
Promptly and perraa-
cures all forms of
rvous Weakuess. Ktuls
alonH - spermatorrhea.
TSj lin|»itency and all effect*
<>f Abuse or Kucrwaes.
■ lice ll perscrlbed over 3*
years In thousand*of case*
BERVREAOIN!FL!R " UIE " NLY RRLUBL *' * ND
11<*ri< it Mwllelue known. ,\sk dru>;i!l»t f»r
WOOD'S
medicine in place of this, leave Ills dhlion
est store. Inclose price lu letter, and we will
scud by re in in malL l'rlie. one p.ukaKc. Si;
six. tine will |ile%si.. six w 111 cure. Pamph
let in plain scaled envelope. 2 -'ami*. Addre*
Tin: HtlOU < HKXII AL CO .
131 Wisidward avenue. IK'trolt Mich,
rv.-vdd in liuller by C N. lioyd. J. V.Umiph.
J. C. Kedick, and dug|(lsU everywhere.
k HILUNERY TIIDM PI
The Leading
MillineA' House.
D. T. PAPE.
Our line of Millinery is complete in every respect \\ ■ 1 : . , lo
investigate. and we claim that our stock is th»* m< ? .iff in
Butler county. Trimmed hat> and bonnets, (lower*, jet rum—
pins, laces, braids, cn pes. nets, etc
Mourning Millinery In (ireat Vari«»tv
PAPE'S.
ILJ3 S. Mfiitx Street. Btiller. i'**.
STORM BIRD.
No. 9459.
KECOKD 2:35 AT FOUR Y KAlts.
(Bought of MeFerran Jt Clancy. L»ui*ville. K \
Sired by Lord Russell, Full Brother lo ¥j U .i s, 2.<>-k i ».
SiwofKiwtMg. TW. Aid* 4m Om. ZM*. Km iff ■■ ■■ £»». 4m
wit* record* *f 2.30 at taa jw of a#*. TbU u wrc tiiw. u ,
Ist Dam, Storm, record 2.26 3 4 By Mklriiofown. M . 132.
Dana »f Gale. 2.27|; half in 1.1« M; Slociu fir.- of Or* B»l u II
Bird, r«vnrd 2 3T> jaart.-r in H5 ccod* Kuitr 221 *n< " ~,
Typhoon. rwnrd t 365.
2d Dam, Green Mountain Maid By Harry CI «y i3.reCM il 229
Bam of Elaine. 2 20. Pn-pero 2.20; .-ir* of Shawms ' >'• « U •*,
Kliata. 2 20|: Bam* Trot, 2 22. Man*- Sorpn-M-. 2 -J*, of t .
field. 2 26; Storm. 2.2*5}. Antonio. 2 J*J. Jill. li.. lj . . .
Klina. 2 29j. Marinda. 2 31; EL.Ec ELECTIONKE K
TtONEEK. -ire of Snnol. it*-,. Palo
Alto. 2 Arion. ,2) 2.10). and ainety
seven others in 2.30.
STOKM BIRD ha* for irrand dam* Green Mnantaiii Ma-.; an.i V It . th«
two |rreate«t brood mare* kaowa to u»Hlan fcarw hwt.-rj Wm «itt Mb tn far
thi* year more liberal than any other b«r*e of e<jnal nwn-
TERMS: 850 TO INSURE.
.Send for tabulated pedigree.
BUFFALO BOY,
Sire. P.tcabonta* Boy. 17W. record 2 31. «ir- Bnf« »«, r 212 •.* - It*
2.15*; Prince**. 2 19|; tfarjtle. 2 20. Nellie B. 2 21. P . ah.. nr*» l'r : . :> , • f.„,.
teen other* in 2.30 and better.
Ist dam I July S. record 2.30 at 3 year- dam of Ed*»!, »?*r . » . •#
she by American Star, Jr.. No. 377Z
2d dam Mis* Cadmn*. dam of Stephen M. record 2 M by tmmm Mai lie car
rie* the same per cent, of Pocahontas blood a* Nahia. 2 I®. kiu* r»-
TERMS: #25 TO INSURE.
Both horse* will Ims fonnd at my barn. 3j mile* north*** of Pn»p»ct. Wtm ( a >ll
be pleaded to show them at all time*. Sabbath eteepted. P«r p-d.f ■ , r
information call on or ad dree*.
ALONZO McCANDLESS,
ISLE. PA.
rfST•
LOUIS
No- 4654.
(I'EKCHEROX.)
Black Florae foaled I>W6.
Sire Ben Xeris 1097.
Dam Duuiont lfiGfi.
A large rangy borne and a perfect *peci
man of the illa*trioas family of Xorman
Draughts.
Pronounced by all the lM»->t of all pnrpo«e
horses.
Weight—lSoo pouads.
TERMS—TO INSURE - - *IO.OO (
The aliore described hor.<«.i will sttaaJ for -'Tvi.-- Jj i.j t.'i i ■ . <• I»-
follows: —Monday and Tuesday of eacb week at Pro-pec!. Pa »ti 1 v. •>(
the week at the stable of the owner in *oathwe*t corner of Brad/ i
north of Prospect. Cutler county. Pa.
Proper care will be taken but no accountability a.«umed
J. P. DAVIS, Proprietor,
Prospect, Pa.
" HENRY BlEllL
122 NORTH MAINjSTRKKT,
BULLE"R - • - - Ft- NJST'A
DEALER IN
Hardware and House Furnishing Goods.
Washing Machine*; the
StaqiUrd Rotary Shuttle
dtichetipt*r minnfc; |lk N»>
T A
agricultural
■
BSunshine & How.»rd ranges,
m ■ Stoves, table ami |«cket
K V cutlery, hnndnf lamp*;
manufacturer ol tinware, tin
K roofing and ."{touting a >pec
ialty; the Johneton nit-were,
reaper and steel frame binder, Warren ready mixed paint,
warranted; screen doors and windows, relri^eratorand lawn
mowers.
No better place in the city to trade
Come and sec my large store room full ol gowls, |:»t } teet
long,
WHERE A CHILD CAN BUY AS CHEAP AS A MAN
I i '
If you are interested in Gardening you should wnJ for oar HO JK Of
FLOWERS, PLANTS & SEEDS
It tells how Safely, KmUt and Cheap!/ yoo can procnre the r.-f
and "moat reliable"" in Plants, Seeds, etc . and we mix conx.d.-r» art
*ith the printing.using fine engrarings and arranging the «; , *1
isg commonseDK way rery attractive to our customer*. We ma i «fc- r> ■
and a Packet of Wild Flower Garden Seed* (talued at 10 ren'- - -arc*
two-cent stamps, or if you are interested but hafe n<> u;hj for ;h«- *
postal card will do the business; your address on one sid ar c<l i** •«!
the other Write now. Mention this paper
HARRT CHAAPEL, Williamsport Pa
ji
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HAY- FEVER W vVM
\J Cold "head "
Fi/i Vrmm Palm U not a btjuiH, tnuf #r AppiM Mo tA» •»«'" ' *-«
vuirkty abmnrbtH. It tkmtm <*• »&*9* tmm _ .
50c Elf BROTHERS! 56 Www StrMt HEW YORK. 50C
a] No System or Method
| CAN COMMM FAVOWABkY WITH THI
» COOLEY CREAMERS,
In ibr f lUwilHrfi>> m»« lix
I oiij iu.. i> *"■ j', "'Sf
'■> uiVnoar r»'aUrtlTof oao per "W «rf f•'
m«. i .»« or i ••■«- •» •*«- ■Lilt I 1
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,m •( ■ r»» ** '»*• BUhmkl
f • I .U ol 1 IMrr cral. •» 'a«- *f "
.Mi |if I t"-' rrml. ol !•«.
U tfrtai txnirr fjt rroraUi< uuU.-wl ' aa'- ht
23 COLD MEDALS.
Bay H'.r-w F>>*!•>! l*» 7. v grasd wmd
and compactly btiil t»«»r —•
Sired by Coining Kmg 4 >iiuu ft *rn>«k
2253.
THE C50U91 SQIRI. w< a ider
ed tbe greate.it of ail a,.- ■«• mil
no better mmlel <»f hi« « r. t fca**f>r '"**%
importml Will tre eh fwh.-n n 'I <
i s>
TERMS—TO ISSI KE - »l '*»