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Wil Soon Contain a Complete Assortment ol
Oil Cloths, &c.
First and Second Shipments have arrived
and balance will follow soon as the Mauufac
turns can make the GOODS.
"We have selected the best styles and
colorings to be found in the market.
Not a single old style will be found in
Butler, - Penna.
SUMMER DAYS ARE HERE,
and Some'r dazed on the spot
when they see the make and fit of
our clothing and hear the prices
we quote. Reader have you bought
your Summer Clothes? If you
haven't now is the time
make your dollars go a long way,
as we are naming unheard of
prices on CLOTHING, HATS &
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
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DOUTHETT & GRAHAM,
Reliable One Price Clothiers.
Cor. Main and Cunningham Sts., Butler, I a.
The Chance of a Life.
A large manufactory shipped some buggies Ac to some dealers in west
ern Pennsylvania, who made assignments before the work arrived, and the
company ordered the R. R. Co. to ship them to us and told us to sell them
best we could and they would pay as for our trouble. We had enough
contracted lor to do us, but told them we would do so and now haye them
in our warerooms in Butler marked in plain figures. We must run them off
quick to utilize the room in our regular work. They are a nice lot and the
price is a sacrifice. We have sold some bnt have thirteen jobs left, as
Two Bnckwagons worth in ,any market $45 we mark $ 361
One Phaeton • " " 125 " 96
OneSarrey " " 160 " 125
Two Baggies " " 65 " 44
Three Buggies " " 70 " 55
Three Bnggies " '* 85 " 75
One Two Seat Spring Wagon " 60 " 4S
Now here is a chance to get a boggy at less than wholesale price. Thiß
den't happen often. They won't last long. Hurry along and don't forget
that daring the hot and dull weather we will sell yon a harness or anything
belonging to a driving or team outfit at a very low price. We cannot afford
to Bit around and let the flies suck what little blood we ;bave. We would
rather do business for nothing, and if low prices will bring ue the trade we
are bound to have it alwayß. Respectfully,
ttEfif;.. a ,S. B. MARTINCOURT & CO.
!128 E- Jefferson St, BUTLER, PA "
A Above Hotel LovvryJ
We are aDDroachiDg tne days of all the year, ibe the air
is freighted with the perfame-v of flowers, and everything is
symbolic of Peace and Good Will. In this respect these davu re
semble oar shoes. Their Qood Will is shown by their willingness
to stand by yon, as long as you stand in them. Quality, not price
is cheapness, and*we believe our prices quality considered to b<»
tl° loweßtfin Butler.
S. £. corner of Diamond. - - - Butler, P
. Bogus white lead
KnOTll CS » would have no
iJvg UO • sale it not
afford makers a larger profit than
Strictly Pure White Lead.
The wise man is never persuaded to
buy paint that is said to be "just as
good " or " better " than
The market is flooded with spurious
white leads. The following analyses,
made by eminent chemists, of two of
these misleading brands show the
exact proportion of geouine white lead
"Standard Lead Co. Strictly Pure White
Lead. St. Louis."
Materials Proporticns Analyzed by
Barrteo C 0.31 per cent. Regis Chauvenet
Oxide of Zinc 54.18 per cent. & Bro,,
White Lead 6.16 per cent. _ St. Louis.
Less than 7 per cent, white lead.
" Pacific Warranted Pure [A] White Lead."
Materials Proportions Analyzed by
flalpbateof Lead 4.1=? per cent. Ledoos & Co,
Oxide <Sr Zinc 45.04 per cent. New X ork.
Barytes DO.OB per cent.
No white lead in it.
You can avoid bogus lead by pur
chasing any of the following brands.
They are manufactured by the " Old
Dutch" process, and are the standards:
"Armstrong & McKelvy"
" Beymer-Bauman" " Fahnestock"
Per tale by the most reliable dealers in
If you are going to paint, it will pay you
#o send to us For a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
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Two new steel passenger steamcrr
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An Interview With Jacquard Nearly a
The Jacquard machine,as is well known,
permits the weaving of the most complica
ted patterns, enabling manufacturers of
textile fabrics to prodnco the most tasteful
and elegant goods at a price within the
reach ot all classes. This most ingenious
machine was the invention of Jacqnard.
Long years ago. we paid the old man a
visit, and he welcomed us with heartiness.
"Rut," said he, come forth into my vine
yard; let us get among the grapes and sun
shine." So he led the way with totter
ing steps,and sitting down by his side, I
told him I was an Englishman, and, ns he
was a most ingenious man, I had come to
see him. "Well, lam proud of a visit
from an Englishman If I have done any
real good, I owe the first suggestion to
England. It was an English newspaper
that led me to occupy my thoughts with
mechanical improvements, and, but for
that, it is probable 1 should still have been
a poor straw hat maker in some obscure
street in Lyons. It was during the peace
Amiens that a translated extract from an
English news-paper met my eyo offering a
premium, by some society in London, to
to any one who could apply machinery for
the production of nets. After many at
tempts, I made a machine which produced
a perfect net and, somehow, thought no
more about it. The net I carried about
with me in my pocket, and one day the
question was put me by a friend what
would Ido with my machine. I gave him
the net as my answer. Time went on, and
I was surprised at receiving an order from
the perfect to see him as soon as possible
I went: he produced my net and said, "I
have orders from the Emperor to send
your machine to Paris.' 'From the Em
peror ! That's strange ! Yon see it is all
in pieces and I must have time to put it
together again.' Very soon I managed
the effair, and trudged off with it and a
hall made net to the perfect. I bade him
count the number of loops and then strike
the bar with his foot, when another loop
was added to the number. Great was his
delight—and the interview ended by the
words, 'Yon shall hear more about this
than you are aware of just now;' and I did,
in a way that perplexed me not a little.
The pertect sent for me and said, 'You
must go to Paris, M. Jacquard, by his Maj
esty's orders.' To Paris, sir ! How the
deuce can I ? What have I done V 'Not
only must you go to Paris, but to-day, im
mediately.' 'Well, then,' I answered, 'I
will go home, see my wife, pack some
clothing, and—' 'You will not go home,
there is a carriage now waiting to take
you; my orders are imperative to send you
on at once; I will provide you with money
and all you require.' I jumped into Iho
carriage and away, fall gallop to cover the
150 leagues to Paris. At the first station,
1 opened the door to step out, but was
stopped by a gendarme. 'Sir, if you please,
you are not to go out of my sight.'
I found mi'self a prisoner. On
we went, and for the first time in my life,
I found myself in Paris, and strange in
deed, was my introduction there. Having
been taken direct to Napoleon and Carnot,
the latter said to me suddenly, 'Are you
the man that can do what Omnipotence
eannot f Can you tic a knot on a siriny on
the stretch V I was confounded and
could not answer. The Emperor said,
'Don't be bashfal, my man. speak up. I
will protect yon.' In answer 1 said, 'Give
me materials and some place as a work
shop and I wi'l try what can be done.'
At the time a superb shawl
was to be woven for the Empress
Josephine, and for its production they
were constructing a very costly and com
plicated loom, upon which the sum of
twenty thousand francs had already been
expended. I recollect having seen a
model by Vaucanson, in which was a prin
ciple I thought might be made to servo a
purpose 1 had in my mind, and, after in
intense application, I produced the ma
chine bearing my name. The Emperor
conferred this decoration upon me which
you see upon my breast, and a pension of
one thousand crowns. Bat, on my return
jo Lyons, I was received by an infariated
mob ofweaver3, who declared that I had
had doomed them and their families to
starvation. Three plots were laid to as
•asmate me, and twice with difficulty, I
escaped with rov life, and so strong was
the prejudice against mo,that my machines
were openly destroyed by order of the
public authorities in the great square of
the city. The iron was sold for scrap, the
wood for fire lighting. Trade declined, ow
ing the successful competition ol foreign
ers, and, as a last resource, I was begged,
entreated, and continually stlpp'icated to
make another experiment. I succeeded;
B :, ks of a greater beauty were produced at
a lower cost; the dawn of prosperity sot in
aud continued to shine. I have lived to
see thousands made. It has'given labor to
tens of thousands, and I thank God who
gave mo the intellect and preserved my
life to be a public benefactor.
—Send two-cent stamp for "A Phenom
enal Record" to C. I. Hood <L Co., Lowell,
—Mrs. Tim Loughny, of Pittsburg, tried
to Btart a lire with kerosene and is now a
Consumption Purely Cured.
Tc Tun jSciTOR:— Ploase inform ycur reader*
that 1 have a positive remedy for ttiO above-named
disease. B; ! a timely nse thousands of hopeless
cases have hr'n permanently cured. I shall bo glad
to send two ..o'tlea of my remedy FREE to any of
yo«r readers "V 'j i have consumption if they will
Bend nio then £xpraia and P. 0. addrea*. Respect-
Jolly. T. A. B.LCCUM. M. C.. 181 Pearl Bt, N. Y.
USE DANA'S SARSAPARLILA, ITS
"THE KIND THAT CURES."
—A padamuck out at the Zoo
Foil in love with a razamaroo,
And now he enrses fate;
For the raz had a date
With a inultiplyroozamakoo.
Pennsylvania Exhibits at the
Are ahead of them all, chiefly among
them is the display of pure liquors manu
factured in the State. It is conceded that
no rye whiskies made in the world can
equal those made in Pennsylvania, more
especially Silver Age, Duquesno or Dear
Creek. These three brands head the list
of pure Ryes, and are so well known that
every reputable dealer sells them. North,
Kast, South and West they lead all others
because they are pure; because they are
reliable, and beause they are stimulants
that strengthen and invigorate. The}- are
sold at prices within the reach of all, and
are sold upon their merits for purity and
strength. Silver Age, $1.50; Duquesne
$1.25; Dear Creek, SI.OO, full standard
quarts. Ask your dealer for them; insist
on having them, and if you cannot be sup
plied, send to Max Klein, Allegheny, Pa.
Price list ol all liquois sent on application.
All goods packed neatly and securely.
MAX KLKIN. Allegheny,"Pa.
—Anthony J. Drexel, of Philadelphia,
left his family $30,000,000, the legacy of a
good name and the example of what a res
olute, honest man can accomplish in man
ly ways during a lifetime.
—A chain of compressed cakes of gun
cotton tied around the trunk of the largest
sized trees and exploded,will by the action
of their violence,cut the tree down instant
ly and smoothly as though done l>3* an ax iu
the hands of an experienced woodman
Timber cutters working among the forest
giants of Montana, Idaho and Washington
declare it to l>e the cheapest and most eco
nomical mcdo ol felling trees that has yet
—The late lion. William Mutchler niton
said when speaking ol death and inter
ment, "Dury me at the setting of the sun."
In accordance with his wish his funeral
took place in the evening.
Men and Women.
[Pitt.-.burg Commercial Gazette]
As long as tnen continue to marry, and
women remain as they are there will be
trouble between them. Which is most to
blame may never be known exactly, but
each will continue to blame the other, and
quote aacient history to sustain them
Xantippe, the wife of Socrates, is men
tioned oftener than the wife of any other
famous man of ancient times, yet she was
far from being the only one that made life
a burden to her husband. The usual term,
lord and master, did not apply to many of
the men great in history.
For some reason or other men of genius
almost invariably make a mess of it when
they marry. Following are somo notable
instances of this:
Sir Thomas More's wife scolded him on
the eve of his execution.
Hazlitt's wife cared nothing for his abil
ities, and kept him in hot water by her
Catherine 11. of Russia had her husband
assassinated, and from his death to her
own ruled alone.
Milton had trouble with each of his wives
the fault being, perhaps, as much his own
Bea Joason's wife went to the inn alter
him irhe staid too long and brought him
homo, tongue lashing him all the way.
Boswell's L'xoiiana" is a collection of
his wife's sayings to him, which does no
little credit to her abilities as a scold.
The wife ot Rohaalt, the philosopher,
took her seat at the door of his lecture
room and would not allow poorly-dressed
or ill favored people to enter.
Walter Savage Landor married a girl for
her beauty, and after the charm wore off
he fonnd her a shrew. lie endured her
tongue tor a time, then turned over his
property to her and left her.
Dante was married to Gemma Donati, a
woman of stern imperious temper. lie
was hectored and bullied day and night
until his exile, which was, in this respect,
for him, fortunate occurrence He
does not mention Gemma in any of his
Xantippe. the wife of Socrates, some
times emptied buckets of slop lrom win
dows on his head as ho entered or left the
Addison's wife, the countess dowager of
Warwick, would not allow him to go to
the inn at all unless he sat at the window,
where he was in plain view from her tront
room. Every absence from his] post had
to be accounted for.
The illustrious Isabella De Gonzaga after
losing hei husband declined to marry
again. She said that if her second should
prove good she would be in constant fear
of losing him; if otherwise, in constant fear
of not losing him.
Ciccrb had a shrew named Terentia, who
made him do as she pleased. Ho was un
der great obligations to Clodius, but when
tLe divorce suit of Caesar against Pompi
lia came np for trial Terentia compelled
Cicero to appear against Clodius. Tired of
Tenentia, Cicero got a divorce and married
a rich girl named Publica,left her too, and
lived alone until his death.
Count Rumford, the scientist, married
lime. Lavosier, the widow of a philoso
pher aud herself a devotee of philosophy.
When she was vexed,' "which was nearly
all the time, she vented her spleen by
breaking the bottles that contained bis an
atomical specimens, by upsetting his ap
paratus on the floor, throwing his books
out of the windows and pouring boiling
water on his botanical collections.
John Wesley married a widow, Mjs.
Yizelle, who grew tired of his restlessly
laborious life and complained. He paid no
attention, and from complaint she went on
to jealousy, thence to fury. He rebuked
her sternly: "Do not any longer contend
for mastery, for power, money or praise.
Do content to be a private, insignificant
person. Ot what importance is your char
acter to mankind 1 If you were buried
just know, or had never lived, what loss
would it bo to the cause of God t" She
left him, taking with her a large number
of his private papers, and he dismissed the
subject by writing in his journal: "I did
not forsake her; I did not dismiss her; I
shall not call her back."
Drunkenness, the Lquor Habit, Posi
tivelj Cured by administering Dr.
Haines "Golden Specific."
It is manufactured as a powder, which
can be giveu in a glass of beer, a cup ol
coffee »>r tea.or in food, without the know
ledge of the patient. It is absolutely
harmless, and will allect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient is a mod
erate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It has
been given in thousands of cases, and in
everv instance a perfect cure has followed.
It never fails. The system once impregnat
cd with the Specific, it becomes an utter
impossibility for the liquor appetite to ex
ist. Cures guaranteed. 48 page book oi
particulars free. Address, (iolden Specific
Co.. 185 Kace St.. Cincinnati O.
—Persons who speak of the fresh sea
breeze seem to forget that it's always
USE DANA'S SARSAPARILLA ITS
"THE KIND THAT CURES."
—Rheumatism cured in a day—"Mystic
euro" for rheumatism and neuralgia, radic
ally cures in Ito 3 days. Its action upon
the system is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits. 73 cts. Sold by J. C.
Redick, druggist, Battel.
—A man will get mad quicker at being
called a fool than at any other term you
may use. It is probably because the alle
gation is so easy to prove.
—An Allegheny man who had been giv
ing his wife 10 cents a week to support her
self and several children, was Stmt to the
work house. It is a pity the country is
compelled to provide for such men.
A few days ago at New Castle while the
baby carriage and baby belonging to Mrs.
Jenella was on South Jefferson St., women
stole the infant's shoes and stockings from
its feet and escaped.
—At this temperature the man who is
able to sit around home in his shirt sleeves
believes he has found the ideal summer
—A Kentucky brido in a sleeping car
started to get a drink of water. "When I
come back," she said to her husband,
"stick your foot out of the berth sc that I
will know which it is." The conversation
was audible. When she returned a mascu
line foot projected from nearly every berth.
—There has always been a lnrking sus
picion that it is dangerous lor two persons
to occupy the hammock at the same time.
WHEN IT LOOKS DARK
Pto any weak or ailing
woman, Dr. Pierce's
: Favorite Prescription
comes to her uelp.
For " female com
plaint* " of every
kind, periodical j>ains,
or ulceration, bear
a:i'l all chronic wtsak
v nesses and deranzo
k>jj ments, this w the
remedy. It's the only
one so sure that it can
be guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or euro,
in the ease of everv tired or afflicted woman,
•he'll have her moiiev back.
The " Prescription!" builds up and invigo
rates the entire feinalo system. It r»gnlatou
and promoter all tli" proper functions, im
proves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels
aches and pains, brings refreshing sleep, and
restores health and strength.
Nothing else, though it may bo better for
a tricky dealer to sell, can be " just as good
for you to buy.
Use the great specific for "cold in head"
aod oatwrh—Dr. Catarrh Keujedy.
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Will giye a series of their delightful concerts at
Commencing Sunday Jnne 30, and Ending August 5.
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Excursion Hates on the llailroads.
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SI.OO per Ql; or 6 Qts. for $5.00.
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OUR GOODS ARE WARRANTED PTRE.
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ceive prompt attention. "Grand Father's
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136 Water St, PITTSBURGH, PA.
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PURIFY THE BLOOD.
j A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR
t pv'Aon, t«jr»pcp«la. l iver Troubles I
♦ I)Ii7lnc»», Bail Complexion, I>y«cntery. .
♦ Offensive Breath, nn«l nil .Il«or<!er» or tho J
I £icnt&c*b. Liver nn.l Itcwel*. t
X I'.ipana Tabules •• >nt«ia netliinit Injurious to J
I tho most delicate constitution. riMMnt to Uke. |
1 safe. cffoctmd. GITO Immediate re lief. .
2 s. iJ by .iiiiir-i t.-. A trial bottk sectbjmaU J
| on receipt of IS cents. Address t
J THE RIPANS CHEMiCAL CO. J
i 10 SPRUCE STREET, NliW YORK CITY. |
Grind Your Own Corn Meal ; Oyster
Shells and Corn in tho s•> Hand Mill.
(P. Wilson's Pat.) Circulars free.
"Also Power and Farm Mills. Send for
illustrated circulars and testimonials."
100 j>er ct. more made in keeping jionltry.
Address „ _
WILSON BROS., Laston, Pa.
Such as and j Jap's, Irish
Grays and Bro.vn Reds that arc
game and fighters. Buff Leghorns
that arc fine as silk. Old pair
cost $8 e last summer in England.
Eggs from all kinds $3 per 13,
$5 per 30.
Address, for Trice list, etc.,
J. I . BROWNLEE,
Uf \ \ T TVh Salesmen to sell our enojee
1 r^L/., n< i hardy nursery stock.
Many special varieties to offer both in fruits and
I ornamentals, and controlled only by us. We
pav commission or salary, give exclusive tcrri
iory ana pay weekly. Write us at once and ec
cure choice of territory.
MAY liKOTHKKS, Nurserymen.Rochester. N\.
riirea Oonstinatiou. IU-ittor«• oln |'. U th N Y
liiil* Sample fret; liAKriEU»T*A to ,31* V\ . 4-au *.
Cures SicK Headache
Bippli' ol .lames (!. ftitJ
1 By (iail Hamilton, his literarj' executor, with
the co-operation of his fan) 11 v, and for Mr
Blrlne's cmplete works. '• A ,venty Yars ID
congicssoand his later book, "Poinilcal Pls
cu fsloes." one prospectus of these 3 Best Sell
ing 800. the market. A. K. P. Jordan of
Me., toks in orders from tlrst on calls; agents
pront ok 100. Mrs, Ball3rd ofO. took 15 orders.
13 SeafiTs.rOa, 1,1 1 day; pront s26jso. E. X
" R|ee. 1 ltussjook 27 orders In 2 davs. protit
s 'iT.2.">Mrss, bridge of Me. took 13 oruers from
' ?' <>! },- lT - p . a . *75.25. E. A. Palmer of X. Dak.
• too lis; prom 1U 3 days; pront $98.23. Exlcu
. sivk .">3 orders V en. If vou wish to make large
t meterrltojyrumedinte.y to.
oney, write im
i THE HENRY BILL PUB.CO,
Agents to'sell Tour choice and Hardy
Nursery Stock. We have many special
varieties, both in fruits and ornamentals to
1 offer, which are controlled only by us. We
j pay commission or salary. W rite us at
once for terms, and secure choice ot terri
MAY BROTHERS, Nurserymen,
Rochester, N. T
' 7 & CLARK'S
1 Flejrant Rooms: Methods: Kxperienced
TcHchers. Itx graduates succorl. Special ad van*
In Shorthand aa«i Tyi»ewrttlCK- Write
jatalogae- 11. C. Clai.e, Pres.
S. AI. SWKET . ttec
m I EWIS' 98 % LYE
I PCWDZ2ZD AKS FE2ITOZ2
Theafr«n«e*l and par««l Lye
N9|l|lfm nw<!»'. I nllko other Lye. it being
II a fluo powder and i«a<-ke<l In a can
v w ith removable lid, the content*
are always r«-ady for use. Will
make t\w beat t>erfunied Hard Soap
in 20 minutes without boiling.
It ia tli«> t>ent for cleansing wi-uj
jSffS plpt'-s disinfecting sinks, cl<»set%
Mfg washing bottles, j alnt\ trees, etc.
rJBb, PENNA. SALT M'F'O CO.
Ueu. .Vats.. I'hila.. I'x
ARTISTIC II AIR GOODS.
.. I have re-opened
SirldfiUwigs and waves,
.(jJV feather lljfht and life-
SJAf.jrS- VX'43 like and up. Wavy
hair switches,all lengths
j Also toilet requisites.
J Face Bleach removes
w&T&v freckles, tan. sunWUrn.
c motli patches, ami all
/JB blemishes of the sklu.
a, \ Hair Tonic restores grey
hair to Us natural color,
fiji- removes dandruff, tones
up the scalp to a healthy
f f Vf condition,make the hair
✓ V soft and glossy, and
,<V-i beautiful. Curllne keeps
/'•' ■ f the hair In curl in
V /v- I dampest weather.
\ /sy ' 11A IK DYE is the
- / y r ' most perfect prepara
tion. guaranteed free Irom all poisonous in
gredients. Try It. ....
BLEACH lor bleaching hair on the he:td.
The only medically pure bleach sold for that
purpose, can be used as a medicine.
Also nice line of shell pins, combs, bands.etc.
Call at iny establishment. Vou can be made
up fcr rartlfs. theatre, pictures, etc. Hair
dressing. Bang culling. Dying and Bleaching.
Have your bangs cut In the new Cinderella and
Columbian style. Get one of my pretty new
sl\les for summer wear. Natural curl hair.
"05 S. Main St., 2d Hour, All Keller bulldlnga
r Butler, ra t
WANTED' Kt SALESMEN
————— fob THIS LOCALITY.
for a li v e, energetic man. "No ofler BET
TER FACILITIES and Better Terms
than ©■* cr. Salary or commission.
Write for our Special Offer.
I; HOOKER, GROVER & CO..
llocliester Fruit Farm and Nurseries.
Established 1866. hochester, N. V.
EGGS FOR_ HATCHING-
From Prize Winning Birds.
Consisting of Black Minorca*, eggs per vi;
S. C. Brown Leghorn. $i per 13 ; li. 1. Kockjj. s.
S. Hamburgs. S. L. Wyaiidottes, eggs $1 per 13.
$2.00 per 30
Good liatcli.satlsfaction guaranteed de
lvered to Butler free of charge, btock for
I ale In season. Write for particulm .L C.Mar
tin and W. J. Moser, Sonora. Butler county. I a.
CHICAGO AND THE WORLDS FAIR.
Send ten cents, silver or twelve
cents in stamps lor a llandy l'ocket Guide
to the preat exposition; give information
of value to everv visitor. Street Guide,
Hotel Prices, Cab Fares, Restaurant Hates,
etc. Describes the hidden pitfalls for the
unwary,and hints how to keep out of them
This indispensible companion to every vis
itor to the windy city will be sent by ciail,
post paid, on receipt often cents silver, or
. twelve cent in stamps. Address
H. STAFFOKI). Pi blisukk,
' P. O. I?ox 2264, New York, N. Y.
Please mention this paper.
TT -J" y 1 T " THERE'S MONKY IN IT.
VV lv WANT YOU
to act as our Ageut, lull or part, lime as able
' Permanent position guaranted to men or wo
. mea. Liberal pay weekly. Stock complete.
• Uilt edged specialties. Experience unnecessary.
• Elegant outht free. Address.
\ Nurserymen. c. 11. HAWKStCO.,
► Established 1#75. Kocbestcr. N. Y
Leading Millinery House
m T d XP
Are now prepared to show their new line of Spring Milli
nery. Beautiful beyond description. Whether \r»u buy or
not, you arc welcome to come and enjoy the beautiful and
artistic display. Come for investigation and comparison.
We believe buying will follow.
Special Mourning Millinery, also
Millinery for Misses and Children.
NOTICE. SAILOR HATS 10c.
T het argest and Leading Millinery House in Western Penn'-.
All Purchases of $lO and up, Delivered Free of Charge Within a Racks t iCG '
Pittsburg, DANZIGERS, Ptaasylnnj
Just a few Random Shots. Up and Down. High Price'lJusters Tho'.
Head Coverings for Wee , House Furnishing Hummers,
Tots and Older Folks tco. Money Savors, You Kct.
Mason's fruit juts, the ?'..00 kind, i.ow for
s£»c a doz.
Children's 50c exceedingly liandsonif <m- And the 5c ejverc-d jeily innibK-is, LOW fur
broidery caps with pretty, lull pleattd lace 2c«*»ch.
frills, now l'oi 2-Je rach. . 7. r c c< nif< rt:ibl} - >afe 1 ji' j s - * injjs, r.ow fir
Children's beautifully shirred 50c Iswu rapp, j 39c each.
now for 24c each. i iji 75 tmßiniickit, with m V lor i fc
Children's 75t.t1.00 and $1.50 fine cor<?«.d each.
and rich tmbroideried cajis, and the're just t »0c ifs-ts yt wir. <<.vn:-, .> ia a not, now
little beauties, cow for 49e, 74c and 99c each, torS9c eacli
Children's 50c while and colcrtd-un bt untie, 75c <!.. ri jnm rs and il iv pit <!ai.<iit •, t.ow
now for 24c each. f<.r o7c itch.
Ladies' 5< c and 75c >uu l,< cncts we'll tell s I,oooil Moves, ')1 he lj> jou keep the !u-iis
now for 59c and 4'.'c each. ! ctol, now tor 47c each.
Curtains, Linens, &c., Every
Scintillating Hustlers from kody's Bargains.
Silveiwatf *2.00, 2, ."0, 3.(0 »t>d -IXO hendtrrce lace err
tains, and they're full 3 Tards long too, now
j for 99c, $1.49,1.74 and l.!'9n pair.
0 ? beantilnlly plated spoons, tea a i] p le tty j atterus, now for 25, 33. 39, 44, and
2c, table 4c each. 4«» c a vard ....
Uaudscmely silver plated l;c salt and pep- si.oo, j.25 atd 1.50 while bed spreads, now
per bottles, butter knives and sugar spoons, p or gy }.y and 99c each,
now tor 12c each. ! 8. 12, 15, lti, IS and 30c all linen towels for 5,
Nicely plated and chased 15c napkin rings, j ;)> 10 u> J2 i an j u;c fach
i «-f ii i* j' Kxo«ediEgly atd handsomely rich $2X0,2.50,
Child.cn s *I.OO beautifully silver plated . 2 .; 5 , 3.r. 0 , 4. CO, 5.00 and <;.<<> lace bed sets
gold lined n:ugs, alfo oCc sets of knife, fork ■< r s;o c sl->4 13s 174 1 <V9 249 and
and if con, choice 24c each or eet. 1a set. * ~ * * ' '
Pittsburg. DANZIGERS, Pennsylvania.
( GENTS GOLD,
WMtr-lIPQ l LADIES GOLD,
cl ICJ Lt'b ( GENTS SILVER
J Gold' Pins, Kar-rings,
t. VV t7ll \ Ringp, Chains, Praceletp, Eie,
[ Tea setH, cantors, butter dishes
GliKrni'WOi'D -1 and everything that can be
V > (II found in a first class sto**e,
RODGER BROS, Ilfl
No. 139, North Main St., BUTIF/P, PA
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Wholesale Licjuor Dealer,
403 Ferry St., - Pittsburg, Pa
Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies a specialty.
Trial orders solicited.
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