Butler citizen. (Butler, Pa.) 1877-1922, December 29, 1893, Image 4

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    t> tt* a m We cannot honestly afford to offer,
vfUJjAI. free gifts or prizes to our customers
I? l?nTTPTTni\r Therefore we have decided to make
JXHAU v A ivii sweeping reductions all through our
th/"\T) large store as an Xmas offering to
-F VJ-lV our many friends and patrons. This
mTTTi will be an advantage to them and
-H Jjj also help us to reduce a stock of
TjrvT TT\ A VQ goods too large for this time of the
JLIU Ijl 1 I 1 O year. Then come one and all and
*o:— take advantage of our Xmas offer.
NOTE THESE PRICKS.
Ladies Camel Hair Underwear 75 worth si.oo
" all wool ribbed vests 5° " 75
Men's natural wool underwear 65 " 100
Ladies'all wool black cashmere hose lX 2 5
Men's " half hose 18 " 2 5
Good Standard fast color calico 5
•« " ginghams 5
Lawrence L.L. 4-4 sheeting 5 7
Good country flannel 2 5 3 •
Men's Merino underwear i 2 J 5°
Ladie's all wool skift: patterns 75 1 °°
Ladie's black cashmere mittens -•• • ■ 20 " 2 3
20 per cent, reduction on all Ladies' and Children s Wraps.
2 - 11 » «« Trimmed hats.
JQ ,< » » Fancy dress patterns, these are are nov
elties—no two alike.
Best country blankets in white and colors $4.00 worth $5.
Blankets.. 3-75 " 4-5°
Jennie E. Zimmerman.
N. B —HOT COFFEE ON SATURDAYS.
The 0. W. HARDMAN Art Company Limited.
SPECIALTIES
Everything in Photographing and Portrait* in
Colon, that U worthy of honeat sale, and etnctlj FIRST CLASS,
IS OUR SPECIALTIES
nM p|- tnrM REPEODUCED and ENLARGED. All work guaranteed a* repre
j: Jau» £sa sax
LADIES, OLD PEOPLE,
#fS»rjs ° p " aß,nai " ™ FIRST
Select Your Xmas Presents From The Following:
( RINGS,
RV' (EAR-RINGS,
JDiamoncls \ SOARF PINS,
' STUDS, 9
(GENTS GOLD,
Watches { ™ s ™.
LADIES CHATLAIN,
r 1 \ Gold'Piiw, Kar-rings,
Jewelry ) Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Etc,
iTea sets, castors, butter dishes
and everything that can be
found in a first claxs store.
ma bms. iw iter*-'"*"
E. GRIEB.
THE JEWELEB.
Ha 189, Rorth Main St.. BUTLER. PA..
SOME OF 008 PRICES.
Men's veal calf shoes 85
Boys' veal calf shoes 75
Men's extra fine buff shoes 99
Ladies don. patent tip but. shoes $1.20
Misses don. patent tip but. shoes 95
Mens buckle brogans 80
Men's kip boots 1-50
Ladies'oil grain shoes. 95
Ladies' glove calf shoes
Chidrens' dongola but. patent tip 50
Infant dongola button 25
Rubbers at a lower price than they
can be bought elsewhere in the County.
AL RUFF.
H4 S. MAIN STREET. - - BUTLER. PA
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRYAPLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
SAPOLIO
tm | ——— i i
On receipt of name aJIT
A Post-office addrea we mull
trial bottle piM m W*
r^'sFREE
IIME CO.. ROCHESTER. *. Y.
W. H. CBRIFN & SON.
[Sacceaaon ot Boh a tie A.O'Brien.)!
Sanitary Pumbers
And CJ«s Fit'e^,
hial ■"'» r?
Bewor Pipe,
Gas Fixture! '
Globen at.
Natural (ias Applia: .
Jefferson St.,opp. Lowry House
BUTLER, PA
*l i Lnb 4 i •"( i ,rwn
L.:c- WICK
OKA LRU 111
Rough aiti Hoiked Lumtiei
ALL KIXDI
Doors, S»sh, Blinds, Moulding,
Shir»«les and Lath
A!\*;»y%. in Stock.'
Liwr. HAIK AND PLASTLK.
omc. oiJptatL .".4*. Depot.
BUIL.BR - n
Nothing On Earth Will
frfAK*
HENS
I-IKK
Sheridan's Condition Powder!
KEEPS YOUR CHICKENS
Strong and Healthy ; Prevents all Disease.
Good for Moulting lien*.
ttte.-H»o!r.tclyjTUre. Hlrtlyeon«atrjJ£L
? 0 Z£S?gL\i
'r «■ ord,r, ..r m Sample cop,
«5 s T ft
HUMPHREYS'
This PRECIOUS OINTMENT is the
triumph of Scientific Medicine.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with it as a CURATIVE
and HEALING APPLICATION. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
Cures PILES or HEMORRHOIDS - External
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding—ltching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures; Hstulain Ano;
Worms of the Rectum. The relief is imme
diate the cure certain.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Cures BURNS, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Bums. The relief is instant.
Cures BOILS, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
tula?, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy
or Scald Head. It is infallible.
Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREASTS and
Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
Price, 50 Cents. Trial bize, 35 Cents.
Bold If DmtjUts, or i.ot 00 roetli t <4 pric*.
irarHßCTß , «i».ra, 111* II»wiuumS«.,SEWVOHI.
THE PILE OINTMENT
What
Can't Pull Out?
Why the
|MSIKJ
Bow on the J«. Boss Filled
Watch Cases, made by the
Keystone Watch Case Com
pany,
tects the Watch from the pick
pocket, and prevents it from
dropping. Can only be had
with cases stamped m
with this trade mark. Ifif
Sold, without extra charge
forjhis bow (ring), through
Watch dealers only.
Ask your Jeweler for pam
phlet, or send to makers.
I A (red naturally In Government Bonded
Warehouses, exported to Uamburgi Cier
muny, kepi in Heated Warehouses until
matured, shipped haek and bottled on our
own premises is the Kuarantee wo give
tliat Old Export in absolutely pure. Free
from fusel oil and all 1 njurious Ingredients.
It itft the ideal family wliiskev for medicinal
r»r social purposes. Mui 1 and expressorder*
filled promptly, anci on orders of 310 or
over we pay express charges.
UmfkU frko LUU of Bru4l«,Wla«s l Wfcitti« «slki Cm
IjiimciiiNfi piles
; ILT I^BWAYHE, «
AJKSSSL OINTMENT
yi i*TOIIS V2a!«turr | ißtrnv) Iteklng and
in.Ml.ti.lgLii wor><- It/If
f I » / "d t» ontlnun tumor* form nod protrude,
\ hid. vfu*qJ»l««'d a«d wJrrraitft, bf<-omln f rerv
iiiSTMV.si •f.p.lu king » D J
t- t KoHi » 4ru»,"nt«orhr
brWtli. I'r- pijtd '»/ L»i».;
DOCTORS LAKE
I'RI /TB DLSFKNRART.
1 / M Con. PCNI. AVE. ANO FOUHTM BT..
f rlsmmr PITTSBURGH, PA.
Atlfonimof Delientcand Orn
plicated I>lara.- ; »rc<t"iil»K«;«1-
•'riDHTUL audSCIESTIKK.' Me<l
icatir>u are treated at thia I >i»-
with a hiuxens .arcly attained. Dr. H.
K I. i»c 1»" roemberof the Uojr.ilColltxcof I hy
<i ii - and Bnrguuac, and In the o! Ic»t and most
•v .iencedSTKCUM*.' In thocHy. Bpe-flat
ter.- •:! ,Tivcn to Nervous Debility fromerce*«ilve
.•i. exertion, lnd.v.roti'/n of youth, etc., catts
.l, 'li.'ileal and mental decay,lack »f energy,
I :i ■••ncy, etc.; also Cancer* Old More*, t it*,
i.< i. lieuniatlun, and all (lin 'mcoOf the Kkin,
~l I.UIIKN Urinary Ornnmscte.. ConHiiltation
•, ■ ■. ~| miietlv eon'ndi nliul. Offlex) hour*,9 to
i I J to 8 P. M.; Sundays, 8 to « P. only.
, t oflro or addreaa
r. .S VV K. A»D4TUHX..I'J'rrfiULUOHa*A.
Curea ltrlnht'* Dlaeaae, l>ruphy, Crave), Nerv
ousneas. Heart, Urinary ol I.lver DlaenjK)*
Known by a tired lanquld feeling; InacttnK 1,1
the kldbeya weakens uurl poisons the blood
and ULleaa cause Is removed jou canuot havi
health. Cured me over five year* B«oof UiiKht'f
Dlaenac and Dropsy.—Mits. I. L. C. Mru.K*,
Bethlehem. f"a. 1.000 other atmllar tentlmoioala.
Try It. Cure guaranteed.
CANN'H KllrStK CUBE CO., J*oj Venaaitt
Ht , Philadelphia, Pa..
Hold by All Hellablc UriiKt'lhtx.
i FARM, GARDEN,
Cemetery, Lawn, Poultry and Rabbit Fencing
| NIORSAADS OF MILES N* ESK. CATAIOOI'I
HiKK. FREIGHT PAID.
THE MoMULLErwOVEH WIRE FEME CO.
111, US, 111 and IJOR. Karkatßt.. ChicafO, SL
Ctires thousands annually of LlrerCom
pluluta, BlllonaneM, Jaundice, Dysp«i>-
nla, Constipation, Malaria. Moro Ilia
reault from an TTnhenlthy I.lverthanany
othercanso. WHY aiifTer when YOU can
bo cured f Dr. S.mford'n Liver Invlgo»
atorla H rel«t>rnted f.imllv medicine,
vortt nurnoiHT WII.I. si'iM'i.Y VOC.
L. BLACK,
Irar*!ClAN AMD HCltlir.ON,
K.w Troutmau BaUdlnif, Butler, Fa.
THE CITIZEN
One Million Pounds "of Sugar in One
Week.
|Ur. L. Godchaux's Elm Hall refinery
barreled up 1,000,000 pounds of sugar re
cently, the production of seven days' poind
ing. About 900 tons of cane per day passes
through the rollers, 40,000 pounds of gran
ulated sugar falls from the vacuum pans
every six and under the skillful
management of Mr. Eddie Gaudchuux
there is no let-up in this vast aggregation
of machinery, not for a minute; 'with SCO
men under his supervision, not one hesi
tates, but all know their duty and do it by
some kind of instinct, as it were.
During the day a hundred wagons feed
the maw of this monster mill with cane,
and at night 500 cars are pulled in with a
thousand tons of cane to appease the ever
crying call lor more cane. About eight
miles of railway are required to handle this
vast crop. A Baldwin locomotive, wiih
Mr. Clarke at the throttle, will take the
place ot mule propulson in a few days; yet
with all this immense acreage and all
this cane to handle the indomitable enter
prise of the manager has led to the incor
poration of about 300 acres more of new
land, and even now can be heard the terri
ble blasts of dynamite operating with fatal
effects on the stumps that block the pro
gress of the plow. If any one were to
mention the fact that this country was now
in the throes of a eat financial panic
(that is, in this section), tie would be sent
to an asylum for safe keeping. Times
were never better, and altogether prosperi
ty is on top andje very body is happy.—-V
O. Times-Democrat.
Ihe New York Contingent of the Brazilian
Navy.
El Cid, or the Xictheory, as it has been
re-christened, is a new and fast vessel,built
to run between New Orleans and New
York. She is 450 tons register; length 380
feet; beam 48 feet; depth from keel to upj
per deck, 34 feet; length over all, 406 feet.
The Nictheory is provided with a 43 ton
dynamite gun which can throw a 500
pound projectile. She is also armed with
several small guns and torpedoes.
The Destroyer is the result of twenty
years of Mr. Ericsson's experience in war
vessels. She is 130 feet long, 12 feet beam,
and has a draught of 10 feet. Her main
feature is a 16 inch submarine gun mount
ed in her bow 8 feet below her water line.
The gun fires a projectile weighing 1,525
pounds, being 27 feet 4 inches long, 10
inches in diameter aud containing a 300
pound charge of high .explosive. A fea
ture of the projectile is a pilot shell, which
is detachable,and the object of which is to
open a breach of sufficient size through a
torpedo net to allow the projectile to
pass through.
The Brittannia.now known as the Brazi
lian America, was originally owned by the
North Atlantic Steamship Company, of
Boston, and made trips between Boston
and Halifax. The Brittannia was built at
Bergen, Norway, in 1890. She is of steel
and is 270 feet long, 34 feet 0 inches
beam, and the hold is 23 feet deep. She
is well armed. The vessels have latej
sailed from New York for Brazil, and their
careers in the war will be watched with
interest.
Holiday Cheer.
The holiday season is close upon us, and
every household in the land is preparing
for the plum pudding, and the general
feasting and rejoicing A little good bran
dy for the mince pie, rmu for the pudding,
or a iitlle stimulant to keep the spirits np
and the cold out is absolutely necessary
lor an old time Christmas cheer. One of
the most prominent liquor dealers in the
country, ilr. Max Kleiu of Allegheny, Pa.,
whom we cau cheerfully recommend, aud
who has the reputation for handling orny
absolutely pure liquors,w ill sell you the fol
lowing brands ol six year idd pure I'enu a
Ryes, at HI,OO per lull quart or six for
$5 00: Bear Creek, Gibson, Ouckenheimer,
Finch and Overholt. The famous Silver
.Age, the finest whiskc} in the country at
$1.50, aud Duquesne, a whiskey distilled
from Kye and Malt, at $125 per quart,
Guckenheimer 4 \ ears old, at 7fic per quart,
and the Anchor R.v e at 50c. You can have
i our choice of all kinds of Calitornia Wines,
Gins, Hum and Brandy, all pure and old.
at from 50 cents per quart up. All goods
neatly boxed and shipped by express.
Send for catalogue and price list ol all
kinds of liquors to Max Klein, 82 Federal
st., Allegheny, Fa.
—Blobbs—"Did Wigwag take the rock
and rye his doctor ordered for his cold?"
Blobbs—"Not exactly, He took the rye
last night, aud felt rocky this morning."
Drunkenness, he Liquet Habi , Pos
ively Cured by adirr.nstering Dr.
H aires "Golden fcyicfk."
It is manufactured as a powder, which
can lie given in a glass of beer, a cup of
cotlee or tea,or in food, without the know
ledge of the patient. It is absolutely
harmless, and will aflect 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
every instance a perfect cure has followed.
It never fails. The system once impregnat
ed with the Specific, it becomes an utter
impossibility for the liquor appetite to ex
ist. Cures guaranteed. 48 page book ot
particulars tree. Address, Golden Specific
Co.. 185 Race St., Cincinnati 0.
—A correspondent of the North China
Herald, writing from the interior ofKiang
su, mentions that one of the industries
there is the manufacture of mock money
for offering to the dead. Formerly the
Chinese burnt sham paper money, but in
tho-e days of eulightenment and foreign
intercourse the natives of Soongkong,
Hangchow, and other places have come to
the conclusion that dollars are more handy
to the ghosts than clumsy paper money
llence they now to a great extent supply
their ancestors ami departed friends with
mock dollars, but there appears to be no
more harm in cheating the dead than there
is in cheating the living. Besides the de
ceased are not supposed to know the dif
ference, for many of them departed this
life before silver dollars were imported in
to China. A hundred mock Carolus dol
lars, done up in boxes, are sold for 34 cash.
Dr. George li. Uuzelwood,of Indianapolis
aeiates tbe story of u 10 year old ohild of
one of bis patients, who can not speak to
its father, though perfectly glib with every
one else. The cause assigned may be
gathered from tbe following: Frevious to
the child's birth a diffeieuce arose between
the parents, and for several weeks the
mother refused to speak lo the husband.
The offense, whatever it was, was combin
ed but not until alter tbe child was horn
In duo tine the little boy began to talk,
but when with the father was invarmhly
silent, ft continued thus till the child w»h
5 <>r <1 years old, w hen the father having
exhausted bis power <1 persuasion, threat
ened condign puni-bment for its stuhhor
ne. s Thlswssinfliutei'.'iuijwithout' lie l ng
a word, though his groans told too plainlv
bo could neither cry t;<>r speuk, and that
he vainly tried. Those present joined i
the opinion that the prciialal effect to the
parental quarrel made it impossible for
tbe boy to speak to his father. Time hss
proved tho correctness of this theory
Though on perfectly friendly relations
with his father, attempts to speak to him
elicit nothing but sighs.
—An Irii*L> cbiropodixt announcoH that
be ha* "removed corn* from all the crown
ed headit of Europe. ''
-We permit the bleß«ingH of lift* to get
Htale and mouldy from lack of appreciation
and then look upon them ax mjuloituni*.
—The fruit* of pauion are like the Dead
Sea apple*, of which we read, which
crumble to dnit at the touch.
—Socoett# lu prize lighting, an In
mo»t other thing*, depend* largely upon
waking a bit,
The Largest Range Light in the World,
The Lighthonse Board will shortly be
gin the construction of the largest range
light in the world on the present site of
the Waackaack Beacon, just east of Sandy
Hook. The lens, which was on exhibition
at the Columbian Exposition, is six feet
high and three feet in diameter. The lens
cost $12,000, and is of the best French
make. When placed on exhibition a small
light was put behind it, but the rays were
80 powerfal that it had to be removed and
shown without a light. The light from
the new beacon will be equal to that of
a search light. The light is a very impor
tmt one, as it is used by mariners enter
ing the main ship channel after rounding
Sandy Hook bound in.
He was from Boston.
—She—l hope Kate Field was right
when she said the coming man would
neither smoke or eat onions.
He—Men don't smoke onions now.
She —Oh, that has been said before,
smaty. I mean he will neither eat onions
nor smoke.
He— Certainly. He does not eat smoke
now.
She—"l wont speak another word lor a
week. There, now."
*'A good that never satisfies the mind,
A beauty lading like the April flowers,
A sweet with floods of gall that runs com
bined.
A pleasure passing ere in thought made
ours.
An honor that more fickle is than wind,
A glory at opinion's frown that lowers,
Atreasary which bankrupt time devours,
A knowledge than gave ignoranca more
blind.
A vain delight our equals to command,
A style of greatness, in effect a dream,
A swelling thought of holding sea and
land,
A servile lot, decked with a pompous
name—
Are the strange ends we toil for here be
low,
Till wisest death makes us our errors
know.
Consumption surely Cured.
Tc Trte SDTTOR:— Please Inform ycur reader*
that 1 have a positive remedy for the above-named
disease. B; is timely use thousands of hopeles*
caros havo Yt permanently cured. I shall be ghid
to w»ad twj of my remedy FREE to any o:
your readers "t t j have consumption if they will
send me thsii Express and P. O. address. Respect
•tUJy. T. A. aUXJUII. M. C.. iBl Pearl Bt. N. I
—lt may always take two to make a
bargain, but the numbers are not limited
at a bargain counter.
—The man who spends bis winters in
Florida and his summers in Canada says it
doesn't cost much, because he dodges both
his coal and ice bills.
—Foot ball players are not allowed to
smoke cigarettes while in training. Foot
ball isn't as dangerous as it tuight be alter
all. It gives a man seme chance for his
life.
—"Look, mamma! Is that lady having a
fitt" "No, my child, she is only trying to
get her last year's coat on over her this
year's sleeves.",
—lier I'apa—"You shall never marry
my daughter. Begone, sir! There is the
door." Suitor (a humorist) —"The doorT
Ah, yes, that lets me out."
—The Grip is again becoming prevalent
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla as a preventive.
lt's all well enough to heap coals ol
lire on your neighbor's bead; hut its more
charitable to scatter seeds ol kindness and
ashes on the sidewalk.
—Rheumatism cured in a day—"Aljstic
cure" for rheumatism aud 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 benetits. 75 cts. Sold by J. C
Kedick, druggist, Butler.
—"The only presents anybody need
expect t froin mo this year," said,a pompous
man, "will he presence of m inil " To
which a added: "And you
can't afford to give very many ol that sort
either."
—ln these dajs a chap never knows
his best girl is wearing her hair in the
latest style, or whether she merely forgot
to comb it.
USEDAN A'S SA USA FAKI LL A " ITS
' J 1 I >1 11 7 1 » T hFS.
—Sallie McAllister has laid down life's
heavy burden and is at rest. Sallie lived
at Springfield, Ky., and she weighed 750
pounds. When she traveled by rail she
had to ride in the baggage car.
—Dining tbo lako season Itiat has re
cently cloaod 1,000.000 barrels of flour
were received and handled at tho port of
liulfalo, making it the greatest (lour depot
in the world. The value of the product
was about $35,000,000.
—Times are very trying now in the
liiniu of the Indiana natural gax belt.
The belt is dotted with mill* and factories!
but they have no orders for their outpu
and are closed. It is estimated that
20,000 workmen are hereby out of work.
—A Meadville lady recently, in drcss
ing a chicken which she bought at the
market, found a five-dollar gold piece in
tho fowl's crop. It wan found adheriiiK
lirmly to the side of tho crop. That Hide
of the coin was almost perfect, while the
aide that wa.< exposed to the grinding pro
cesses of tho content* of the crop wan much
worn.
—Bob llanting. of New (J an tie, tho well
known circuit man, i-t having serious do
mestic trouble. IIiH wife, to whom he lia
been married for about twenty yearn, haH
fallen into dissipated ways,wniob,mado ber
and led her into keeping bad com
pany. Her husband took her to a Keely
Institute in tho hope that she might be
cured of her unfortunate weuk
noMM. He doen not charge her with any
fault except love of drink. The local
papers fay that who had whiskey bottle*
Concealed all over the house and in *verj
part of the circus traveling car.
§ NOTHING FITS
your co»o, if you're an over
worked or "run-down" wo
man, like Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. In
any condition of the female
system, that will build up,
strengthen, regulate, and
cure.
Every mother neette it. It
Icwteiw the pains and burdens
of child l«-Aring, insures
hxalthy, vigorous offspring,
anil promote* an übundaot
woTetion of iionrihhriKHit en
the [>art of the mother.
It is an invigorating tenia
mad" especially for wumaa.
and tbo only yuaranUta
remedy for her weaknt*-*-* ami ailments. For
periodical pains, liraring flown sensation
aUplm-einmitji, and all "female complaints
and disorders, If it ever fails t<> tmiiefll or
ourm, you have your money liack
Ceil you ask inorol
Ail the way through, aud at every stage,
Dr. Hoge's < atnrrh Itemedy cures Catarrh.
So sure of tills fact are the proprietors of the
medicine Uiat they offer $-ViO reward for auy
incurable case of Catarrh.
* I EWIS' 98 % LYE
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w w)lli rriiiurahln ll'l, tlin OiQfntf
art* alwmyn 1.-*!* t«r »». »id
make thr ».*al l"rfnm«l Hard M<«o
l„ 30 nilnuL * allknal tiollln*.
Mm (t Is »!■«• •>'•< r<>rc|.*natua *>M
mm UMM, dlrliifwUf* el<-»«ils,
• f wMliics IxitUf*. i «10l«. Irons. ate.
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Read This Oqce.
LOOK CAREFULLY AT THE PRICES AND YOU WILL. I
THINK. BE CONVINCED THAT
HUSELTON'B
Is the place you will buy your footwear.
Ladies fine button shoes, patent tip, opera toe $
«* " " square toe 9°
" grain " 75
" fine slippers 45
" warm, flannel-lined, shoes 75
" " " slippers 5°
" slippers 20
" good, heavy, peged shoes 75
" " standard shoes
" rubbers 2 5
Misses' fine shoes, button 7°
Men's good heavy boots 1 4°
" B& A, calf, congs. and bals tip 9°
" extra fine shoes $i 25 and 1 5°
Boys' good heavy boots, sizes 1-5 I o°
Youths' " " 11 -13 75
Men's " brogans 7°
" " calf boots I 9°
Rubber boots and shoes, wool-lined arctics, felt boots for boys and
men, wool stockings at the lowest prices.
Men's slippers, nicely embroidered, at 50c, 75c, and $1; Women's,
Misses' and Children's slippers at 20c, 50c, 75c and sl.
Arc you one ef the few that does not buy of us, if so we are looking
for you, come in soon and see us.
B. C. lIUSELTON.
OPPOSITE HOTEL LOWRY.
No. 102 North Main Street - Butler, Pa.
-KREAT SALE#-
This is the kind of weather to buy
sleighs,robes and horse blankets cheap at
MARTINCOURT & CO S.
Come and see us, 128 East Jefierson St., a few doors above Lowr>
House.
Plaining Mill
-AND—
Lumber Y arcl
j. L.. FU RVlfc. ° PUB Vl*>
S.G. Purvis&Co.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKRB IW
Rough and Planed Lumber
vT KV«hY DKBCRIFTIUh
SHINGLES, LATH
& SEWER PTPE.
Butler, a.
PiLg a Forp of sixpence,
A Bottle full of Rye;
Four nnd twenty guests around
It's merits true to try
Wben the bottle's ODened
And they find the liquor pure
Every one at once claims,
Bought ot Lewin's sure.
F.obt. Lewin,
136 Water St
Opposite B. &O. Depot, - l'ittsburg, 1 a
i, nil
Baldwir\, ** Pa.
thorough
Sewing Machine Mechanic.
WITH
20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE.
Will re-adjust yours and you be
your own judge to test it.
ROOFING.
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING FELT costs
only $2 per.loo square feet. Makes a good
rool for years and anyone can put it on.
GUM ELASTIC I'AINT cost* only AO
cent* per gallon in barrel lots, or $4.50 for
5 gallon tubs. Color red. Will stop leaks
in tin or iron roofs that will last for years.
TRY IT.
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING CO.
39 St 41 West Broadway New YorK.
Mrlx>cal Agents Wauted.-ft-Tf
5 DOLLARS
™ PER DAY
20 Easily Made.
We want runny men, women, boys, and girl«to
work fur uk a few hour" daily, right 111 and around
their owo lioinee. Tlio bu-lui-M l» easy, pleasant,
strictly honorable, nnd pays better tlian nny other
offered agent*. You have ach ar field nnd hp
com|>'*t illou. Experience and i|*-clal üblllty uu
necesiury. No capltnl required. equip you
with everything that you need, treat you well,
and help you lo earn ten times ordinary wages.
Women do lis well a* men, and hoys and grrls
make good puv. Any one, anywhere, cau do tho
work. All aucceed who follow our plain and sim
ple direction*. Knrue-it worl. will purely bring
you a great deal of money Everything l« new
ami in great demand. Write for our pamphlet
circular, and receive full Information. No harm
done if you conclude not to go on with the
bu«ln«*M.
GEORGE STINSON&CO.,
Box 488,
PORTLAND, MAINE.
H. H. JACKSON
Who has hud u yiorn experience
with one of the lending furniture
firms of PiU»'l>urg is now prepared to
attend to »H furniture repairing left
in bis charge, nnd will guarantee
good work nnd wit inflict ion at
249 y. McKean 8t , - Butlor, Pa
/*"""} . Si- I'J >•»:<. V u'fi
/ A /
( / w CLARK'S
Business College,
Kbvarit Rooms; Mrxlrrn Mattmda; K<prrl»noi<4
iMChrn. luirMiiiiri •uci<-<-<l HpatUi *>lvau-
Uutn In Bborliuuid suj I y |..-wrltlu< Writ* fttf
f logm H. <Cu», Pn%
tkJLawcar.Mtf
McCANKLESS' HEAVE CURE.
I have a Heave Cure that will cure any
case of heaves in horses in forty days, ii
used according to directions, and if it does
not do what I claim for it, I will refund
the amount paid and no charges will be
made for the treatment. The following
testimonials are the strongest proof of the
medicines power to cure:
A. J. McCAKDLRSS,
Butler, Pa., 1893.
MR. A. J. McCandlkrs:
On the 2nd day of April, 1892, I com
menced to use your now cure for one ol
my horses that had the heaves very bad,
and continued to uko the medicine lor
about forty days and the horse did not
show any signs of a retuin of them. It
now übout a year since I quit giviii the
medic\ne and the horse has never sowed
any signs of heaves, and I feel stistied
that he is properly cured.
W. C. Criswbll.
Butler, Pa., April 3, 1893.
A J. McCasi-lkss:
1 have nsed your Heave Cure and found
it will do the work if used according to di
rections. Yours iruly,
R. J. McMillik.
Grind Your Own Corn Meal. Oyster
Shells and Corn in the $5 Hand Mill.
I (F. Wilson's Pat.) Circulars Iree.
••Also Power and Farm Mills. Send for
illustrated circulars and testimonials."
100 j>er et. mote made in keeping poultry.
Address
WILSON BROS., Easton, Pa
POULTRKMEN!
Our Green Bone Cutter will d>u
ble your <'gtr produc'on.
Bent and Cheapest iu ths market.
Circular Iree.
WEBSTER & HANNUM,
Cazenovia, N. I
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Cures Sick Headache
Leading Millinery House
OF
3D m T3C ■ 3E^
Trimmed Hats and Bonnets.
Every shape this seasons facile fancy
lias evolved is here.
Everv novelty in Wing, Bird, Feather
Dr Ornament is shown, Ribbons, Velvets,
Laces, Braids and Flowers.
Mourning Millinery a Specialty.
D. T. PAPE,
122 South Main Street
FOOLING THE PEOPLE.
There is a clique of advertisers who are continually fooling the peop'e
rbey have tooled tbem once too often with a pretense to give 8.
for nothing. Yon may fool some of the people all the time—and all of th*
people some of the time, bat yoa can't fool ail the people all tbe time. la
looking over the advertisements in the papers nowaday, I find I have loct
my laurels. Now I will tell you tbe trnth. Ton will see hondreds of Bach
baits flung out for snckers to bite at, such as, "We can save you 25 per
?ent by trading with as," and some even go so far as to say 50 per cent.
Men's fine suits worth $25.00 for only $9 99 Pants worth $8 00 only $3 99,
Bankrupt Sales, Sheriff Sales Assignees Sale, Ac. Now we ask you can
didly. Dan these concerns doing business at fabalous expense, sacrifice
profits as a great many advertise to do ? Are they as liberal as they propose
to be ? We answer no. The enormous sums required to meet current ex
penses must be met by liberal and in most cases by heavy margins. Profits
they must have and trade they must get or sink in the whirlpool they have
created by their own bands. There is no alternative, get tbe profit and get
the trade, bat how ? In no other way than working on the weak minds of
the people by flaming advertisements. They boldly and shamelessly claim
to actually give tbe dear people S3 00 in value for one invested Such un
principled actions are becoming not only tiresome, bat positively dangerous
to tbe welfare and interest of the baying pablic. Oa careful inspection yoa
will find these $25.00 suits reduced to only $9 99 are dear at eight dollars.
1 saw an ad stating men's fine worsted suits reduced from SIO.OO to $6 00.
1 called to see tbem and found our $3.75 cotton suit. When we offer yoa
a suit for $lO 00 that is all it is worth or ever was worth. We just give
you one dollar's worth of goods for 100 cents
You wanl to see our immense stock of overcoats and suits for men,
boys and children. Hats and caps id endless variety, shirts, collars and
cuffs, and ties, any and every style to salt even tbe most fastidious; uuder
wear, hosiery, overalls, jackets, gloves, mittens, umbrellas, suspenders, in
fact anything in the furnishing line; also a fine lino of ladies and gents gold
and silver watches, chains, charms, pins, rings, collar and cuff buttons, scarf
pins, initial pins, all at the very lowest cash prices. AH we ask is an in
spection of our goods and prices before purchasing. We have always done
you good and feel confident we can do so again. To those who have been
trading with as, we tender oar most heartfelt thanks, and to those who
never have, we would say, try us once and you will never regret it.
Very Respectfully
D. .A. HECK,
Champion Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher.
120 North Main Street, - - Butler, Pa
Jewclrv, Clocks
Silverware,
Purchasers can save from 25 to 50 per
i?ent by purchasing their watches, clock/
and spectacles of
J. R. GRIEB, The Jeweler,
No. 125 N. Main St., Duffy Block.
Sign of Electric Bell and Clock.
Respectfully Invite/
"Remember our Repairing Department — 20 years Experience. -
New York Weekly Tribune
The Butler Citizen,
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Address all orders to THE CITIZEN*
O** A. % Rsi-EEffifj/ii
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1 COLD-HEAD mmi
KW* Cream Palm u not a liquid, muff or powter. AvpUti into thtnatriU it it
' mulckly abtorbtd. It cUant* tto lead, allay* inflammationheaU _ .
50c
M. ROSENTHAL,
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
,03 i'trry St., - Pittsburg, Pa
Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies a specialty.
Trial orders solicited.]
Every purchase to the value of SI.OO and above (no- including
beer) will be presented with a bottle of wine. This offer holds gocd
until January Ist, 1894. Call, or order by mail.
One Square Below Diamond Maker,