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% <* A Fact Plainly Stated
We are offering better goods tor less
money, and therefore greater bar
gains, than have ever been of
fered in Butler county.
Men's felt boots and perfection overs
Men's rubber boots ~
Men's kip boots
Men's veal calf, tip shoes
Boys' " " 1.
Youths' high cut veal calf tip shoes / 5
Ladies' fine dongola button shoes . • J9
Ladies' extra fine dongola, patent tip, button shoes -5
Misses' " " " " *
Children's " " " '
Infants' dongola button shoes *
Ladies' grain lace shoes
" button "
Ladies' rubbers . .. ~
Misses' and Children's rubbers 5
< LEAN POCKETBOOKS seem to be a prevailing complaint
now-a-days, and to influence them to open requires mgenmty, and
tempting offers to persuade them to part with the ir contents. KeLC 'S*
nizing that fact we have done our part. You come to our store,
will do the rest.
114 S. MAIN STREET. - " BUTLER, PA
Great Reduction Bale
MARCH Ist, 1894.
We will offer our entire Block ol Dry Goods, Millinery, Wraps Blanket?
Underwear, Hosiery, Embroideries, White Go.ds, Notion, "dm™
everything usually kept in a first-class dry goods house, at the lowest price*
ever knows in the history of Bntler county.
Note Our New Price List:
Best American Blue Prints, worth 8c tor 5c per yard.
Good Red and Black Calice, worth 7c for 5c per yard.
Good Bleached Muslin, worth 7c for 5c per yard.
Heavy Unbleached Muslin, worth 7c for 5c per yard.
Good Unbleached Muslin for 4c p«r yard.
Double Width Sheeting at 16c and 18c per yard.
Ladies' Fast Color Black Hose, worth 10c for 5c per pair.
Misses' and Children's Past Black Rib Hose, worth 15c for 10c per pair
Lace Curtains, worth $1.50 per pair for 75c per pair.
•« ' » $2 00 " $1 00 "
•' $2.75 " $1 40 "
" " $4.00 " $2 00 "
« " $5.50 " $3 00 "
These are a few of the many big bargains to be fouad at the popular dry
jocd* store of Butler.
JENNIE E. ZIMMERMAN,
(Successor to Rittcr &*Ralston.)
N.-B—Sole Agent for Standard Patterns.
THE HARDHAN ART COHPANY.
We are located now at iio South Main Street, adjoining
the Butler Savings Bank. Our rooms are large, tine and
commodious. Photographic enlargements and Life Size,
Hand Made Finished Portraits by the finest French artists
obtainable. In photographs we give you results and effects
that cannot be produced outside of our Studio. We use
only Standard Brand Collodion Paper and not trelatine, a
cheep and inferior paper used by many. Picture and Por
trait frames; special prices to jobbers. Compare our work
with any Standard Work madi- or sold in the state. Our
victorious motto, "We harmonize the finest work with the
promptest service and the lowest prices tor the quality ot
work." Beware of tramp artists and irresponsible parties
and strangers. Have your work done by reliable and re
sponsible parties that guarantee all work satisfactory. Call
and examine our work and samples and read our many tes
THE HARDMAN ART COMPANY.
EPORT OF THE CONDITION of
the BUTLER SAVINGS BANK of Butler,
Main Street, of Butler county, Penn'a, at
the close of business Feb. 28, 1894.
Caution hand ...$59,588.99
Checks and other cash items 1.438.65 ti1,027.64
Due from Banks and Bankers 101,764 57
Loans and Discount*..... 454,117 51
Investment Securities owned, viz
Stock?, Bonds, etc..131,050 00 31,050 00
Keal Estate, Fnruitnre and Fixtures 15,176 68
Capital Stock paid in $ 60,000.00
Surplus Fund 40.000.00
Undivided Profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 25,904 23 65,904.23
Deposits subject to check 260,672.16
Demand Certificatei ol deposit. 30,100.97
Time Certificates of deposit 246,690.19 537,463,32
Report in detail of above securities has beeu made
to C. 11. Krnmbhaar, Supeiintendent of Banking, as
STATE OK PESN'A. J
COUNTY OF BUTLER. S
I, Wm. Campbell, Jr. Cashier ot the above named
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is
true to the best ot my knowledge and belief
(Signed) WM. CAMPBELL, JR.
Gobfcnbed and sworn to before rue this 7th day if
March, 1894. (Signed) A. M. CORSELIUS,
fXotarial Seal] Notary Public.
Correct—Attest: J. U. TROUTMA.N, i
W. D. BRANDOS, Directors.
J. S. S
i GENTS GOLD,
W a tr-li \ LADIES GOLD,
VV aiGlieb I GENTS SILVER.
tit? W "11 y ) Rings, Chains, Bracelets, Ktr,
| Tea sets, castors, butter tlislie-
SILVNPWIJM <1 and everything thnt ear. J
Oil V(!I Wdie ( toull d i n a first claea *t<j«v.
mutant, m issnjr *
No. 139, Berth Main St., BUTLER, PA.,
"WHERE DIRT WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
U v STRICTLY
For FAMILY Lse.
Dropped on sugar suffering children love to
take it Every Mother should have it IU the
house, it quickly relieves and cures all aches
and pains, asthma, bronchitis, colds, coughs,
catarrh cuts, chaps, chilblains, colic, cholera
morbus, earache, headache, hooping cough,
inflammation, la grippe, lameness, mumps,
muscular soreness, neuralgia, nervous head
ache rheumatism, bites, burns, bruises, strains,
sprains, stings* swellings, stiff joints, sore throat,
fore lungs, toothache, tonsilitis and wind colic.
Originated in TSTJ by the late Dr. A. Johnson,
Family Physician. Its merit and excellence
have satisfied everybody for nearly n century.
All who use it are amazea at its wonderful power.
It is safe, soothing, satisfying; so say sick,
sensitive sufferers. Used Internal and External.
The Dot-tort signature and directions on every
IlPnt'd Pamphlet five. Sold Price, K rt»
bU bottles, tW. L 8. JOHWKW A CX>„ Borton. Ma#
New Specific No. Seventy-Seven
FOR THE CURE OF
With all its symptoms of Inflncnzn.
Catarrh, Pains anil Soreness in tin- H>.*.d
and Chest, C-oush. Sore Threat and
general Prostration anil Fever fak-n
early it cuts it short promptly: token
during its prevalence, prevents its inva
sion; taken while suffering f !0 ®
relief is spoe.lily re:di:xd, vvUich is con
tinned to f>n entire enre.
This beine a New Iter odv if your
Dru»rist will net grl it f- ■' **
lie sent precri.' •. receip! ... i '
•r r > for ft fiO.
Ccr. Vi'iUlaia & j Sti , - -
Here's the Idea
Ot tiie Non-pu:' oat Bow
The great watch sr.' r -a\rs 'I watch
from thieves and fill— :u.rK i e i U'itrd off
the cue—cusu n-tlis: v ;
The tow AS 3 groove
J / \ 1 cnracr. ».nu. col tar
ir p 1 I rur.j down u.a.dc the
V s " J J pend »nt istcml and
Vjfljj "" f fits into the grooves,
<L_. J firmly iockir.g the
A —_!K bow to the pendant.
v sc that it canr.ot be
r ■. v > pulled cr tv.'ibted off.
Can only be had v. !;h cases
stamped with this trade mai
JKS. BOSS Filled W'aich Cases ;re
flow lilted with this grcrt bow (ring!. They
look and wear like solid gold cases. Cost
only about half as much, and are guaranteed
for twenty years. Sold only through watch
Keystone Watch Case Co.,
\ J WHISKEY.
8 Years Old.
Mi THIS Whlak«
- 11 n clnal j.urposcs,
and for t'Wver
It is the rroiuct of one of the oldest distilleries
In Pennsylvania, and after remaining in Gov
ernment bonded warehouses the required time
U exported to Hamburg, Germany, ar.d there
kept in Ueated warehouses until perfectly ma
tured, then shipped back, bottled en our own
premise a, and when we offer you Old Kxi*>rt we
know whereof we speak, and challenge cotr
Full quarts, SI.OO. Six quarts, $5.00. Sent by |
•xpresa to all points, and on orders of SIO.OO oi ,
over we will pay express charges.
Thai-ii are numerous imitations, but be carefu. ;
lo sscurc the genuine.
JOSEPH FLEMING & SON,
412 Market St., PITTBBURG, PA.
Complete Price List of Whiskies, Winee «ad |
Brandies mailed free to any address.
TO HAVE Hf-ALT i» "* T . ■. K» •' »r * r 1 1 N O
Cures thousands annunllyof Liver Co
mplaints, Rilionsnsss, Jaundice, Dyspeiv
gla, Constipation. Malaria. More 1113
result frorr. an TTnhe»'thvLlverthananj
other can=e. V" ■ -i' '. o when yon can
be cured ? J?r. Sn ; Liver Invigo*
ator is a rrl« : '.-v. : . t. *«ilv nt-dicine.
TOT II UURPUMT v. ::.I. si'l'i'LY YOC.
m DRUGS ST ion
I PRICES in the mctto at o:ir
i Bto re.
If jon aie sick and need rcedicin
you want the BEST. Thi- v <•« ran
always depeod upon getting from ÜB,
as we use nothing hut strictly Pure
Drugs in our Prescription Depart
ment. Yon can get the best of every
thing in the drug lino from UP.
Our store is also headquarters f-r
PiMIS, OILS, HARM SHES
Kalsomine, Alabastine &c,
Get our price* before you bui
aim vll -»■»*♦ >vfit *ve H'i»f ;.•»
»r Wn c.in aive y>l d >lUri •
■ronr jiHUii bill.
J. C.' KEDICK,
iii: 1. i Mt I't ti !I 1 \M)
Hotel Ho tier,
J. H. FAUBEL, Prop'r.
This house has been thorough
ly renovated, temodeled, and re
littfd with new furniture and
carptis; has electric bells and all
other modern conveniences for
guests, and is as convenient, and
desirable a home for strangers as
can be found in Butler, Pa.
Elegant sample room for use ol
Cures Bright'Bil.'t-rast-. Dropsy, Cn.v 'l. S'-rv.
OUKlii-fS. li'-Mf.! I'tiiisitj "I l.iv.r l)i«ra»r>.
Kl:u» 11 b> u t red !u!.>;«'<! leelum; tiuu-t'ii/ ol
Ihe k'dneys >*KNI('-IIS 'in' » 'he bl.».i,
nntl UIIIHSJ, CAUSE 1* rt-inovt-il NU ( .omul
heiiih rnrert it.«i>i'<- five jean iigoof iirvtit'B
no;ii!eti<*tr i' < ( SO" 1" ■' "'ll 1' * r 1 <*n
T. • ;» ' ui. ,ti«rtt!it«
CtNN'v KiltNM « rut-. «•«».. HO
St., I'hiUdelvht". •'»•
Sold tar All RATABLE DRTI/IFIMS.
God's Love and Man's.
And now abiflelh faith, hope, love, these
three but (he ;£reale*t ofthe-oii love.
; Corinthians, xtr. 1".
A man cennot live ;n sui h a world as
this without having his curiosity excited.
, He sees the clout's floating above his head,
an 1 the .-tars i i tLe illmitaMe eiher beyond
j At one period the earth springs into new
life, and tne fielJ.* and orchards break into
Uossoaia; later ««n the *nu pours out his
tonid heat and blosw'tna are magically
' changed itiio iruit; with the passing of the
month* the chilling frosts stay the flow of
Sop >n the forert, and nature sots although
she had doue her day's work and was pr« -
paring for res:; then the snows fall, like a
warm e< verhd, and hills and valleys sink
into a profound slumber.
It is all a mastery, and man cannot rest
satisfied until be has partially explored it.
lie tratbers a counties multitude of facts,
arranges them in logical order,draws lrom
them a host of inference#, the most conspic
uous an.ong them being that the arrange
ment of the universe indicates a plan. Ac
cident and chance are at once abolished,
and in their stead is established universal
law. Chance, cries the student, is to be
At the moment when accident retired
and law stepped to the front the key to
creation was found,and thenceforth science
began to nnlock door after door and to
guess the puzzles which were hidden be
But the thoughtful took another Btep
and declared that where there is a plan
there must also be a Planner. If you look
at the intricate mechanism of a watch it
is impossible to believe that it made itself.
The watch presumes a maker: the universe
presumes a God. Iftbereisa Being be
hind matter, they said boldly, if an obvi
ous arraugemeu' leads us back to One who
mu.«t have made the arrangement, then it
b comes important to know what relations
may possibly exist between us and Him,
what His plans are respecting us, what our
manifest destiny is and on what conditions
that destiny can be achieved.
At that moment religion was born, and
its mission is to go hand in band with sci
ence on a tour of constant discovery.
Shoulder to sh< older the two can solve be
great problem. Working apart, with dis
trust of each other, they are comparatively
powerless aud can achieve but slender re
One step more and the oivinest impulse
that ever thrilled human nature entered
the soul with its tmusfiguriug power.
When religion stood before the assembled
hosts and announced that t!>fi relation of
(his Plauuer to u* was one of encouraging,
pitying, f.-irgiving and consoling love, that
aa gravitation is the omnipotent energy of
the physical. -> love is ih« all conqueriug
force in the piritual world, we were at
once eqnippi'tl tor the liattle with varying
circums'anci s and changing fortune.
Religion, when reduced to its last anal
ysis, therefore, puts jnst these facts before
you, und appeals to your common sense for
strict obedience —namely, that there is a
plan, and you are a conspicuous pari of it;
that the Planner's sole deslro regarding
you is that yon shall be all yon can be, and
the best you can be; that in the Xazarene
He has furnished yon with a standard of
moral measurement; that in tUe Bible He
has given you certsiu rules which will
make your task easier, anil that in Uis un
bound love He ba< prepared a place for
yon when life's filful f«-vi-r is over. Kelif'.
ion is thus simplified aud put within reach
■if ih-> 11 1 nblest m »:i t • A'tio :i the creed of
the Ci '.-ch may be a puzzle and » ilisip
pointm-iit wai "I "iving the mul
is one thing; man's theological Mine ail
ments and addend i to that w«y are a Very
Takb love away anil life won! I nit be
worth liviug. Kbit out il.e suu and our
sy.-!i it; would fall buck into i hai-s. lu all
its various lorms our human lm e is
dynamic force ot projTi-ss and civilization.
The r iliei. «t the *i.tku for In I .*.* of
truth; fie p-ilriot. ilie* on the field for love
of countri. Men become heroes when '.hey
love, ami tieiuli- »In ii ihey hate.
The y.'Ung man i- iu the swirl of passion,
carelei-s < f moral ri cliutle and itidiifeimt
to the demands of p-rsonil liouor. Lore
conns, a pure emotion, and takes poses«ion
of his soul It r» strains him, pives him <
only ihe noblest asj.ir tio'i«, makes ii;e
former life dista toful.b.-cau-e the nusic of
the new life is better th«u any song the
sirens have r.iing. Un has a purpose, an
ambition. The I liriei have visited him,and
like Cinderella hn is clothed iu new gar
No man can bo bis best self until this en
i trancing mj*t»ry b.ts overshadowed him.
Not all tbe world can gire biui the equiva
lent of one true und 1"} «1 woman's love.
Neither fame i nr take its place,
for tbi y only serve to emphasize the fact
that the ;>ue thing needful is not his*. With
that sublime possesion, however, he
bail 's H bom-, becomes iliu custodian of
grave responsibilities, broadens into a
higher couct-pli HI of ririji 'iiship, listens to
tbe clai us of charity anil is an jitious fur
that in'tgritj vthich *ill lie the chief in
helitance ol his children.
God's love is our religion; human love i»
all ilicre is oi happiness, while it is also the
prophecj ol a inr-aH> r. The gnucest
pieturo which Uii imagination cau con
eeivr h that ol il:e cr"s«, with tbe legend
above iI. "(imi so h Veil I lie world that he
seut his only begotten »»«;" and the next
grandest is that of an earthly borne in
which the same kind ol love draws father,
in>tber and children around the hearthstone
to live their little lives in mutual helpful
ness and look forward to another florae,
where th*-re are no tours, by whose door
no hearse ever nimbletb. in whose vicinity
is no churchyard, but where the departed
wait tor tha coming of those who have not
jet been -uiimioneil.
—He liods it "a wonderful cure for a
bad cough." Mr. P. Anderson, 341 Water
Ss., New York City, N. Y„ gives this in
dors-. incut: "I have found Dr. Ball's
Cough Syrup the wonderful oure it is rep
resented to be. It is just the thiDg for a
—There is absolutely nothing that will
h«lp iou li*ar the ills of life so well as a
good langb. I.angh all \ou can. It the
clothesline breaks, 11 the cat tips over the
inilk arid the dog elopes with the roast, if
the chiirin-11 full into the mud simultan
eously with the event of clean aprons, if
the new girl quits in the middle of honse
cleanii'g, and though you search the earth
with caudles you lind mini other to take
her place; il the neighbor in whom you
have rtusted goes back on you and keeps
chickens, i! the chariot wheels of the un
uivittd guest draw near when >utl are out
of pit vender and th e gap" g ol an empty
purse is like the unfilled
robin, take courage it ;1111 have enough
sunshine in your heart to keep a laugh on
'•The meanest man I ever heard of,'
said Mis. Jason, "was a leller* that lived
in the same township with me and wanted
an education. So he sets to work and
courted a school ma'am fer about two
years, an' when she had taught him all
»be knowed he give her the shake and
w-1.1 to pmcticiii' law."
—V-!MM in l-'ull.r, of Uardin county,
|, M. ;« t ugl. S4 \ e»rs old, still works bis
t fii oi -Jo -teres; anil when he has nothing
~-><• >•« cuts atid hauls wood. It is
it., • |.i :i mi'-special delight to driv* a
pull iltlwl) t < ill g bersett, such as onl>
tu.i- v. it. quit it ejeaid ->!• ng arm csU
—lt has been said of old time that "The j
doctor *ees all the weakness of mankind,
the lawyer all the wickedness, the theolo
gian all the *tnpiditj." And it may lw
added that the editor *ee« only the -rener
oitity and wis<|»m an 1 -terlwg honesty n[
maukind For they ail take uis (titter not
because they want it, liui because they
want to help him. The* could all gire
him pointers on editing a paper properly,
and they are all pnnctual about paying
—Mrs. Kanme bignani. 141 Uott St ,
New York City, makes a miraculous tare
of her rheumatism. She write?: "I owe
unspeakable and never to be forgotten
gratitude to Jjalvaiiou Oil !t made a
miraculous cure of my rbeuuiaiisiu."
—lt is said that $-.000,000 has been made
out ol a single brand oicbe*i g puui. It i
is not all used by ibe way of children and i
foolish women. Demists have mourn tend
ed chewiug gum for the teetb, and physi
cians prescribe it sometimes as an aid to
digestion, because it excites the activity
of the salivary glands. Large drug bouses
keep gum in answer for this demand.
—One of Russia's marriage customs is
for the bride and bridegroom to race rapid
ly down the aisle as soon as the undat
procession enters the church, because of
the belief that whichever places a foot
first on the cloth in front of the alter will
be master in the household.
—The moiruful bowls of a faithful hound
in the woods back of I»iip, L. 1., on Mon
day night, attracted a searching party, who
were after missing William Doxsee. The
searchers discorered the dog standing
gnard over the dead body of bis master.
—lf you decide to take Hood's Sarsa
parilla do not be induced to buy any sub
—A writer in the Tampa Times says that
it has been showu by carelul surveys that
in Florida there are 4.000,000 acres of the
richest land iu tne world, capable of pro
ducing from 4,000 to 6.000 pounds of sugar
per acre, and that the whole bony of this
land can be brought under cultivation for
Drunkenness, the Liquor Habit, Pos
ivcly CurtC by adimnstering Dr.
I. i,i it "Ccico. fsptefce."
it is manufactured as a powder, wnich
can be giveu iu a glass of beer, a cup ol
eotlee or tea,or in food, without the know
ledge of tne patient. It is absulutefy
harmless, and will allect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient is a mod
eratu drinker or au alcoholic wreck. It has
been givi-n in thousands of cases, and in
every instance a perfect cure has followed,
it never fails. The system once impregnat
ed w:th the Specific, it becomes an utter
impossibility for the liquor appetite to ex
ist. Cures guaranteed. 48 page book ol
particular.-ine. Address, (julden specibc
Uo.. 186 Have t-t.. Cincinnati! O.
—Gov i'lu«rt rs has signed the Greater
New York bill, which means tbal die
question whether New York and Brooklyn
"tiaff be consolidated is iu be decided by a
vote ol lue peopio of both cities and sab
—Kheumatisui cured in a day —"Alystic
cure'' tor rheumatism aud neuralgia, radic
ally cures in Ito 3 days. fts action upon
the system is reuiarkaOte aud my slcnous.
it removes al once the cause and the din
ease immediately disappears. The nis:
dose greauy Loueias 7o cu>. .-old uy j. e
Kedick, druggi.-i, Uuucr.
—la Cuicago everything was oa a grand
scale. Gigantic building.- of colossal splend
or, an inimei se selection, and i lived in a
hotel of such hngh propoi lions that when
i rang the befi Friday evening the Aaiier
wouiu come to iuy room Tu-sda> morn
Loliditl's Ksn lib.lce aiuger: U.Uil have
made a Irtu.tnJoUa luiai Wen first rl
ct t'iy wouUi vbuucti receuliy, lor itiey Mtug
lo uiioLUrr lluuicuita iiuoleuce al rt letlijg
Opera lit.use iusi i Iglit. Kvery «.« at in the
house had been lakeu in lire aUcruoou anil
at ulgtit euougti ailUltloiial aOlulssl.-lii, w riv
►old to complclvlj pu(.k every loot ulepace.
Tue bum- ucc received the projrain vim
VoClleloUs applause LoUdlo'e Mil 8, (to
inoie ijuoriciu-, unU ine enure cluu were
all eticoied time anil aguin. The \oicta are
rirong auu v. t-il blendtu, ami Ibe pongs are
given wuti the gt;.-lu ol the plantation ne
gro. The concert is as attractive as it
s unique.— Syracuse •Slumlord, March 'i't.
Wuile Noitbirn farmers a.e .-till freiz
ing, .Southern truc.tjrs are pa.ting in
their spring crops, und the tracker* around
Xewbi-ine, N. C., have alreidy planied
their peas to a lurgu extent.
—The best way to ascertain whether
0 'flee has been adulterated is to p iur cold
water on it; if par*, it w.Il color thu water
very slightly; if mixml with chic irv, the
water will take a br.i-vuish line.
tc TN._ -IBITI.H: PIiHUt ILforili 1( ir mil
th.it I u»ve reiu&uy tor tl.o IU.VC- umn.v
disease. I.; .3 timely une thousand# ot htiptilejw
cases hare 1 • .-a pertasuently cured. I shall lie gUa
to Bead twa . of my remedy FUKE to any <>l
yov..• rsa lcra ~v . j hsv# consumption it thoy will
send me their £ipr?s» »ml P. O. addrcse. Respect-
T. k. cUU. U. C.. Ml Petri St.. N. S.
—II a woman wan's a welcome wheu
die get" home she should leave her hus
band with The baby when she goes.
—A Georgia girl who raises pigs marks
them by eutticg their tails off very short.
Stie .-ays it takes abu-hel Itiss c irii lo fat
ten them thus.
Patrick Farre'y, a farmer, of English,
Ind.,who died recently,was known to have
bidden a bait of gold, but it can't by found.
Tne mourning over his demise among the
relative? who exu -ct'-d to divide the con
tents ol the cash bug i- said to have been
of a mixed and somewll-it peculiar charac
Previous to 1810 uails were made by
band. It cost $1,000,000 to perfect a ma
chine that came into use that year.
Daniel Webster was extremely fond o!
oxen. All those on his farm knew him hy
sight and would follow hiin like dogs.
—Written contracts of limited six
month's marriage, subject to renewal if
mutually satisfactory,have been contracted
in California and held to be valid by the
Bf-AIN AND CLEAR
take I)r Pierce's Golden
Pimple*, blotches, erup
tions, and humors ore
utterly banished by this
more thoroughly anii
certainly than anything
else, the blood poison*
or impurities that cauaa
For every Skin, Scalp,
and Scrofulous affection, no matter how
it came, the " Discovery " is a direct remedy.
It cleanses, builds up, strengthens, and in
vigorates every part ot the system. Eczema,
Erysipelas. Salt-rheum. Tetter. Boils, Car
buncles. Enlarfrt-d Glands, and the worst
Scrofulous Sores and Swellings are com
pletely and permanently cured by it.
Unlike ordinary spring medicines, the "Dis
covery " works equally well at all seasons.
Practically, it'.- soid >/n trial. If it evar
fails to benefit or cure, you have vour money
back. You pay only for the good you get.
No cheap substitute, urged by a tricky
dealer, though it ma\ be better for him t»
uell, can be •' just as good " tor you to buy.
% L;JT'TOK.S LAKE
r, z I'm rs IMSPKNSART.
• -• »V Con. AVE. AND FOURTH ST..
- V. PITTSBURGH. PA.
■ . A'ltorinsof Delicateand Com
n'i. .iti«l Umciu** requii IwObs
" i 1", NUIO HU'l BCltNiiyn: Mctl.
, J-" KMlio.i are treated at tins Dis
. u.;h a success. .areiy attained. Dr. 8.
»«icuil»cr of the llovul p c , - T
■ :tl Surueoa;, xn'l Is the o! test and uioet
on e<l .-PECiiLis.' in ihccity Spec'al at
. 'i veil to X■jrvous Debility wm or cef siv
,:t • .i i tion, indiscretion of youth,etc., caue
* -:cal and mental k of energy,
' «m» ".'iirv, etc.; alsoCfiiCOtS Old Sores r its
. irh.Mnaatieiu, andali dw :ificaof thobkiu,
. .:.unirf,t T rlnarv<»rßanf,«.tc. Consultation
i t .i ul sirictly confidential* Office 9to
I. .! ;tos P. M.; U> t 4 onlfr
■.I at oflie.e or addreo DBS. LAKI^Wu
OF HOOTS AXI) SHOES.
THE ENTIRE BALANCE OF FALL AND WINTER STOCK
TO BE CLOSED OUT.
—GRANDEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN BUTLER.—
Ail broken lines of hand-turns, hand welts
I n,lirtr,' Cl win ,, a: d machine sewed -hoes of the finest don-
J jadtes Olioes. ~„l a stoc!; in , ace alul bimo „, al . p, .«
Among our stock of men's shoes will be
f jnd .1 grand selection of congress a;d
' ai ° - ,ot -' s f ,nc ca ". Kangaroo and Cor
-4 k > dovan, all the latest style toes, which will
be sold at a big reduction during this sale.
Here they arc—the balance of ladies and
7 5 Cents. gents plush and velvet holiday slippers
* among them many pretty styles, regular
prices $1.25 to $2 all go at 75 cents.
V\ e have not forgot the girls and boys dur
ing this grand bargain sale for we can sell
a line pair misses heel shoes at 50 cents; a
fine pair misses spring heel dongola shoes,
Boys cVr Gil'ls P , at leather t! P s at 90 cents. Childrens
k shoes ranging in price from 35 to 75 cents.
Shoes. Baby shoes at ten cents. Our stock of
boys shoes is large and complete—all styles
of shoes in fine calf at very low prices dur
ing this sale; boys fine calf shoes 75 cents
t051.25. Call and examine these goods.
If you're going to need shoes within three
months buy 'em now and save money.
Still a few pair men s tan bluchers which are being closed out at $2.
Our sale of rubber goods increases each
day for low prices always win.
Mens first quality rubber boots s'2 25.
Mens koe« booth $2 50.
Mens Storm King boots $-2."5.
Boys first quality rubber boots 1.50.
" " storm $2.
Youths rubber boots §1 25.
Womens rubber boots 1.00
Cbilds " 1.00
Men s and Ladies Buckle Arctics .Alaskas and all style rubbers at
lower prices than can be bought elsewhere.
Full stock ol Felt Boots and .Milwaukee woolen stockings with first
quality overs at jowest prices.
Money saved by buying at the bargain house ot
128 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PENN'A.
J §• YOUNG. WM. COOPER
YOUNG c\ COOPER,
i MERCHANT TAILORS t
Have opened at S. E. corner of Main and Diamond Streets, Butler,
with all the latest styles in Spring Suitings. Fit and
Workmanship Guaranted. Prices as low as
the lowest. TRY US.
I have a Heave Cure that will cure am
case of heaves in horses iu forty days, it |
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 bo
made for the treatment. The following
testimonials are the ctrongest proof of the
medicines power to cure:
A. J. MCCAKDLKSS,
Bntler, Pa., 1893.
Mn. A. J. MCCASDLESS:
On the 2ud day of April, 1892, I com
mtneed to use your new cure for one ol
my horses that had tbe heaves very bad,
and continued to use 'he medicine for
about forty days and the horse did not
show any signs of a retain of them. It is
now about a year since I quit givin the
met!ic'\ne and tho horse has never S'lwei
any Mgns of heaves, anil I feel stisfied
that he is properly cured
W. 0. CRISWKLL.
Butler, Pa., * A j.»ril 3, 1893.
A J. MCCAKIILESS:
I have used your Heave Cure and found i
it will do the work if used according to d : -
reetious. Yours '.rely,
R. J. UUMILLIN.
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Treatment by mail asj>eclaity and strictly coufldeatun
HOME CURE TREATMENT
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Sewing Machine Mechanic.
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE.
Will re-adjust yours and you be
j our own judge to test it.
Farm for sale
Tbe ui dersl-'t ed oHero Uls larni InEutlertwp
coiitainhpj over UDC hundred (103) aorcf» una
locate 1 tl»r« u miles 01 Kunei, «.i.«
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AbU \9 wim nuii'Val-le Ua. tb» contenU
ure always r-a«!v for u*e. WID
Uiake the l>e*l j rfuined llard b.ap
iu 30 minutes without bollln*.
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mm disinfecting Miiks clowett, i
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stores Nervousness, Lost Vitality. Impotency,
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abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards od
insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITAMS, no other, tan be carried in vest
pockrt. By mail. 41.00 per package, or six foi
$6.00. w'th a pohitivr r.ritlcn guarantee to con
cr refund tin- money. Circular free. Address
CALLJIET BEMF.KV COMI'ANV. Chicago, 111.
mft AM MM M m
o JRAUL MAKKs^r
CA.\ I OBTAIN A PATENT ? For a
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Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
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thus are brought widely before the public with
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Building Edition. monthly, flSOa year. Single
copies, *2.> cents. Every number contains beau
tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new
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ML'NN & COh NtW VOUE, jttl li HO AD WAT.
11l <& ni T?* i' a*% MEN. lo< a' or travel
lAf - S P» 1 I ing, to sell my guaran.
BS hfi* I t yieed Nukseky STOCK
.■■■» -■ Salary or Commission
pydvetidj. Outfit free, special attention
given to beginners. Workers never fail to make
good weekly wages. Write me at once for par
| E 0. GRAHAM. Nurseryman.
vliils bouse 1* reliable. Kociifsteu. N. Y.
Grind Your Own Corn Meal. Oyster
Shell- and ("urn ia the 40 Hand Mill.
(F. Wilson's Pat.) Circulars iree.
'•Also l'ower and Farm Mills. Send for
illustrated circulars and testimonials."
100 i'ir et. mote made in Keepvng poultry.
WILSON BROS.. East on. Pa.
rr BUGGIES at I Price
( AltT-: A: lIAKNI • -
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§<*. Pha. t..ii t-A PRICKS and
4 llua.TopSurrry.9t; outoetl ALL Uh
(50 Itood Vajjon. tS> competitor,. —MB
91« l!oad 1 "art t* so Huj of far- v 33
Bumrr Hani.--, »:i«5 toryaml
iloßutfirv n 5 Middleman a fJLSSti
•30Team' " 91 - ■<" profit. VlJt JLf
Sontan Saddle, 91 0" K «
C. «. BftiUT * CABT CO, , |M
jto W Lavraace St, Cincinnati, 0. »lO<H
H. H. JACKSON
Who Las bad a years experience
with one of tie leading furniture
firm - of Pittsburg is now prepared to
attend to all faro°ture repairing lelt
in l>is ' barge. ;nd wII guarantee
goo 1 wo'k nnd s: tisfaction at
249 S. McK- an St., - Butler, Pa.
id felt- fr
Leading Millinery House
Trimmed Hats and Bonnets.
Every shape this seasons facile fancv
lias evolved is here.
Every novelty in Wing, Bird, Feather
or Ornament is shown, Ribbons, Velvets,
Laces, Braids and Flowers.
Mourning Millinery a Specialty.
D. T. PAPE,
122 South Main Street.
Purchasers can save from 25 to 50 per
cent by purchasing their watches, clock
and spectacles of
J. R. GRIEB, The Jeweler,
No- 125 N. Main St., Dufly Block.
Sign of Electric Bell and Clock.
All are Respectfully Invite.*
"Remember our Repairing Department— 20 years Experience.
Read This Oqce.
LOOK CAREFULLY AT TIIE PRICES AND YOU WILL, I
THINK, BE CONVINCED THAT
Is the place you will buy your footwear.
Ladies fine button shoes, patent tip, opera toe $ .85
" " " square toe 90
" S r a>n " 75
1 "Sfine slippers 45
"Swarm, flannel-lined, shoes 75
44 " 44 slippers
44 slippers 20
44 good, heavy, peged shoes 75
4 4 .. 44 standard shoes 85
44 rubbers 25
Misses' fine shoes, button 70
Men's good heavy boots 1 ;.o
44 B& A, calf, congs. and bals tip 90
44 extra fine shoes $1 25 and 1 50
Boys' good heavy boots, sizes 1-5 *. 1 00
Youths' 44 44 1 1-13 75
Men's 44 brogans ;o
4 4 44 calf boots 1 co
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 «f thr f-w flint docs not buy of us, if so we are looking
for you, conic in soon and see us.
B. C. HUSELTON.
OPPOSITE HOTEL LOWRY.
No. 102 North Main Streat - Butler, Pa.
New York Weekly Tribune
The Butler Citizen,
ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF.
Address oil orders to THE CITIZEN -
M tiOSENTHA L
YV holesale Liquor Dealer,
403 Ferry St., - _ _ Pittsburg, P}
Pennsylvania Rye Whiskks a spec ally.
Ore 1 » uare Pelow D.amo; d Market
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