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. . THE GREAT . .
[ Pittsburg Exposition j;
I NOW OPEN. I
| September sth to October 20th,
1 Innes 1 Famous 13th Regiment Band 1;
OF NEW YORK. 65 PIECES.
THE GREATEST MILITARY BAND IN AMERICA, haa Do n engaged -.^j
a< an ENORMOUS COST te ontartaln yoo.
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I; MECHANICAL EXHIBITS NEVER EQUALED JJ
§F\ SEE THE J
MDJIATUBE OOKE PLANT,
TYPE SETTING MACHETE, • /<
I ELEOTEIO DISPLAY, FISH EXHIBIT,
FT FRESH MEAT PRESERVING, JS
MECHANICAL NOVELTIEB, W
THE LATEST INTENTIONS.
F MAONIPICENT ART GALLERY. H
I'- ADMISSION ADULTS. 25c. l°wßatoa|lj
BOOTS and SHOES.
AB the time of the year is fast drawing near when people are tot******
to prepare for the cold waves of winter, I make an announcement to mtro
dnce to TOU our many new styles for fall and winter wear.
Ha/ingjust returned from the large shoe centre of Massachusetts
where I purchased a large fall stock, I am now prepared to show better
styles and sell goods lower than ever before. "Dry Weather, Droutb '
to has been the common topic for conversation daring the long hot months
of^summer, but do not let that trouble you If your corn crop_ and_ apple
crop has been a failure that is no reason why you should not bny just as
footwear as before. The question now to decide is where can I buy
anhstant in! footwear for little money ? That problem will b3 easily
Lived- Visit the ever popular shoe house of John Bickel and learn his low
prices, and the shoe house you will do jour trading with tbis year will be
Our stock of Mens' bootsjis large. _ . , . .
We have a full stock of the celebrated Jamestown Boot in plain toe
and box and can sell you them 75c per pair cheaper than last year.
Boy's and Youth's boots of all kinds.
Our stock of Ladies' and Misses' every-day shoes is large.
We can give you the selection of a pair oil grain aboes, pair calf shoes
pair satin oil shoes in button or lace at SI.OO per pair, and also large stock
womens' lace kip shoes, seamless, at reduced prices.
Space will not permit me to write about our line of fine shoe*, but call
and examine, for yourself, our stock of button, laoe and congress shoes rang
ing in price from 90c to $4.00. ,
Our stock of rubber goods this year is very large, comprising the
many different styles in shoes and boots of the following Rubber Cos:
Candee, Boston, Woonsocket, American and Bay State.
Call at our store when in need of boots and shoes, and secure a pair to
■nit you at reduced prices.
128 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PENN'A.
J S. YOUNG. WM - COOPER
ARRIVING—FaII and Winter Goods
We have the Choicest and Finest Stock of Domestic and Im
ported Woolens ever brought to Butler.
Our Specialty in Fall Overcoats must be seen to be Admired.
Call and make your selection of a Nice Fall Suit that cannot be
excelled in FIT, QUALITY, STYLE and PRICE.
Thanks for your patronage in the past, hoping for a continuance
of a share in the future, while our Motto will be " Small Profits ami
LBM T IILOKS, YODNG & COOPER BOTL P l,.
The place to buy
GAS COOKING STOVES AND BURNERS, GAS LAMPS
FIXTURES, HOSE, WATER FILTERS, BATH TUB ENAMEL,
W H. O'Brien Sc (Son's,
107 East Jefferson Street.
M A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE U6EB
1 hare a Heave Cure that will cure any
ease of heaves in horses in forty days, if
tilted according to directions. and if it doe*
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 care:
A. J. MCCandlkss,
Butler, Pa., 1893.
Ma. A. J. MCCANDLKHH:
On the 2nd day of April, 1892, I com
menced to use your new cure for one ol
my horses that had the heaveß very bad,
and continued to use the medicine for
about forty days and the horse did not
show any signs of a return of them. It is
now about a year since I quit givin the
med vcVne and the horse hen never towed
any signs of heaves, and I feel stisiied
that he is properly cured.
W. C. Cbihwkil,
Butler, Pa., April 3, 1893.
A. J. MCCASDLBSS:
I have used your Heave Care and found
it will do the work if used aocordiog to di
recti on*. Tours truly,
R. J. MCMtlli*.
J. H. FAUBEL, l'rop'r.
This house has been thorough
ly renovated, remodeled, and re
fitted with new furniture and
carpets; 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 oi
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Clothing, Hats and
Suits sold bj others for $6.00 our
Suits sold by others for SB.OO our
Suits sold by others for SIO.OO our
price $8 00
White Morino Underwear 50c grade
Grey Merino Underwear 50c grade
Wo will save you 25 per cent, on all
grades of clothing.
Call and examine our goods and
prices whether jou wish to
buy or not.
TUB RACKET STORE
120 S. MAIN ST.
L. K. Crumblingt
Breeder of Thoroughbred Poultry
HALL, YORK CO., FA.
Will sell eggs for hatching from
fine Black Minorca**, Indian Games,
BnfT Leghorns, Barred and White
Plymouth Rocks, and Houdans at $1
per setting; White Indian Games $5
O'd and young stock for sale at
'/Qu CAIN FIND
.11 riTTrtui'fc ji t'• Aitr«TtisniK ilureau of
v 1 ontrcct fur sdvurtislug at lowest 7
PWWrwftf, PA., SGIJ. E.-'TTIE IHRTLL
lOE'ial exposition of Western Pennsyl
vania openfl We<ineg<iajr evening foi a
KMtm of 40 days. ** Judging from the at
tendance so £ar the jjeopla believe the
claim made by the managers that tins
yeari' erpoaiti'on will eclipse anything
ever held in Pennsylvania. The infusion
of new blood into the management
wrought a wonderful change and Pitts
burgh now has an exposition of which it
mav well feel proud.
There are so many new, unique and
novel exhibits thic year that it is almost
impossible to begin to describe them.
The features of the show are the music
and art gallery. The former is l>eing fur
nished bv Innes' celebrated 13th regii
ment band of New York and a chorus of
334 trained voices. Nearly all the paint
ings are medal winners from the orld a
Fair and European salons. Among
the great works is Munkacsy's $44,000
painting of "The last hours of Mozart."
It is owned by General Russell A. Alger,
who is a presidential possibility, and
who will be at the Exposition during the
G. A. R. Encampment. Another cele
brated picture is Hovenden's " Bring
ing Home the Bride. - ' \ innoh s famous
"Po P py Field" also lias a conspicuous
place aiid attracts much attention.
Among the new exhibits and there are
over 50 new ones, are the working models
of two of the Prick Company coke plants,
a model of the Pa>>st brewery, and old
fashioned urist mill by the Marshall,
Kennedy Company, a complete printing
and daily newspaper plant, a cork screw
making machine, around which many
fishermen who use such an article are
found nightly, all kinds of electrical ap
pliances by the Westinghouse Company,
an exhibit of fresh meats in a plate glass
refrigerator, the process of ingraining
lumber and manufactured aluminum.
Among other things printed in the
building at the newspaper exhibit is
"Daily Exposition Tidings." The type
will be set t>v the latest improved type
setting machine, the Empire. It picks
the type out of a glass case and after the
type is used it is distributed again. The
distribution is very odd. The type is
dumped into a hopper, a crank is turned
and falls into the case where it remains
until used. This exhibit will l>e made by
the J. M. Kelly Printing Company, and
the way newsj>apers are made and printed
will be shown daily. " Exposition Daily
Tidings" after next Monday will take the
place of the usual program.
Another exhibit around which crowds
are found nightly is the display of Edi
lon's latest invention, the Kenitoscope.
It shows photographs taken by wire and
among other things are many views of
the Corbett-Mitchell fight.
The grand chorus of 334 voices will lie
heard every Monday night which will be
known as c lassical night. Director Innes'
band consists of 65 of the best musicians
of the world and is the largest military
tend in existence. It will give concerts
afternoon and evening. The doors are
open at 9 a. m. and will close at 10.30 p.
m. General Manage r Keating is now ar
ranging with the railroad officials to ran
excursion trains to the Exposition after
the G. A. R. Encampment. Notwith
itanding the large increased expense
MMurred by the management securing
iRv attractions and exhibits the price of
Admission still remains at 25 cents.
PAINT cracks.— It
often costs more to prepare a
house for repainting that has been
painted in the first place with cheap
ready-mixed paints, than it would
to have painted it twice with strict
ly pure white lead, ground in pure
forms a permanent base for rep.v* t
ing and never has to be burned or
scraped off on account of scaling
or cracking. It is always smooth
and clean. To be sure of getting
strictly pure white lead, purchase
any of tne following brands:
"Armstrong & IffcKelvy,"
FOB "COLORS.— NationalllXead Co.'* Pure
White Lead Tinting Colors, a one-pound can '
to a 25-pound keg of Lead and mix yotn own
paints. Saves time and annoyance in matching
shades, and insures the best paint that it is pos
sible to put on wood.
Send us a postal card and get our book on
paints und color-card, free; it will probably save
you a good many dollars.
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
German National Bank Building, Pittsburg.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with Humphreys'
Witch, Hazel Oil as a CURATIVE and
HEALING APPLICATION. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
It Cures PILES or HEMORRHOIDS, External
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding—ltching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures and Fistulas.
Relief immediate—cure certain.
It Cures BURNS, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. Relief instant.
It Cures TORN, Cut and Lacerated
Wounds and Bruises.
It Cures BOILS, Hot Tumors, Ulcere, Old
Bores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald
Head. It is Infallible.
It Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREAST*
»nd Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
It Cures SALT RIIF.UM, Tetters, Scurfy
Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters,
Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunion*,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes, 25c., 50c. and fl.oo.
Bold by Druggists, or MDI post-paid on receipt of prftft.
IlirMlßTS'ltU. CO., 11l * 11a WIIIUM BU, Raw T«L
WITCH HAZEL OIL
A perfect insurance against theft or accident
is the iiov/ famous
the only l*>v/ iritv; be pulled
or wrenched £r<.m t'.c ca ■ (_ an only I*.
had on casi k cojjtai.iinjll.i trade marlc.
Keystone \V:t ; h Cr.;e Company,
the oldest, lai ' r t, a:.«l n«jst complete Watch
Ci f.. t. ry in the U'orl 1 —ISOO employees;
ao->> V. 1 li C.iwrs daily.
One ot it. produ ts is the celebrated
J as. Boss
Filled Watch Cases
vlac'i arc j'i t j-f> las solid cases, and
Co t >ut one half less.
' 1I • 1 jewelers, without extra charge
for N'.ii p i:! otit bow. Ask for pamphlet, or
sc.id to the n; inufacturers.
|(|lj N ®e
For MILY Use.
Dropped on sugar suffering children love to
take it. Every Mother should have It iu the
house, it quickly relieves and cures all achts
and pains, asthma, bronchitis, colds, coushs,
catarrh, cuts, chaps, chilblains, colic, cholera
morbus, earache, headache, hoopiug cough,
inflammation, la grippe, lameness, mumps,
nuscular soreness, neuralgia, nervous head
ache, rheumatism, bites, burns, bruises, strsins,
sprains, stings, swellings, stiff Joints, sore throat,
tore lungs, toothache, tonsilitis and wind colic.
Orif iuated in 1810 by the late Dr. A. Johnson,
Family Physician. Its merit and excellence
have satisfied everybody for nearlv a century.
All who use it are amazed a t its wonderful power.
It is safe, soothing, satisfying: so say sick,
sensitive sufferers. Used Internal and External.
The Doctor's rijpuit urv and directions on every bottlfe
lll'st'd Pamphlet free. Bold erenrwbere. Prlee, 3ft c|ft
liU M.VU JU B. JoUXBOtf A busWft. JU#
Relative Value of Meats.
All who are engaged in physical labor
shoald have an abundance ofhighly nitro
genous foods, and can vary their diet by :
combinations of all healthful dishes that
are obtain able. Underdone beef and well
cooked mutton are the meats they need.
Pork should be eaten only by those who
have constitutions of iron, who work hard
in the open air, and never know what an
ache or pain is. There is not a disea.««
that human flesh is heir to which pork
may not cause, cor a pain it may not pro
dace. A well-known New York physi
cian, referring to pork, he says: "It is
the parent of dyspepsia, neuralgia, head
ache, sleeplessness; biliousness, constipa
tion, hypochrondia and every other physi
cal ill." If it must be eaten, be sure that
it is thoroughly cooked. The red aud
dark meats are more stimulating and more
readily assimitated than white meats, ow
ing to a property called osmazome con
tained in the librino. It is that principle
which gives to meat soups their aroma and
taste, and the darker the meat the more
osmazome is present. It is almost absent
from veal and all young meats, and trom
the whith flesh of poultry.
Lincoln Was Used To It.
All authorities agree that Mrs. Lin
coln had a most unfortunate temper, due
to disease. According to a story having
the high authority of Lincoln's law part
ner, llemdon, she once scolded violently
a man who had called at her house in
Springfield to find Mr. Lincoln. The man
fled precipitately to escape the storm tut
having escaped it found Lincoln in the
centre of a group of friends and wrath
fully demanded satisfaction. 'My friend,"
said Lincoln, extending his hand and
speaking with the slow deliberation which
characterized him. "Conldn t you stand
for a few minutes, what I have stood for
so many years?" Then they shook hands.
-Oil City Blizzard.
—Hood s Saisaparilla is an honest and
reliable medicine. If you have never tried
it, do so now.
—Not long ago one ef the departments
in Harrisburg received a letter from Balti
more in which the writer asked for the re
cord of a soldier in the Mexican war, and
said Tather sharply that he had asked for
this information before, but had not receiv
ed it owing to neglect of duty on the part
of somebody. As a matter of fact this was
the only letter received. At any rate the
department hunted up the Mexican sol
dier's record and found that he had enlist
ed in the regular army in 1847 and got as
far as Vera Cruz, where he deserted and
joined a Pennsylvania regiment. This in
formation was sent to the Baltimore par
ty, and if his object was to use it for the
purpose of securing a pension, it is pre
sumed ho did not use it. A gentleman
in a Pennsylvania city sent to the same
department asking tor information con
cerning an ancestor who was in the Revo
lutionary army, his object being to join
the Sons of the Revolution. One of the
clerks in the department hunted up the re
cord and found that the party inquired
about had enlisted during the revolution
ary war in October and deserted in Nov.
and this fact was communicated to the
anxious inquirer. Some time aftorwards
the clerk who hunted np the record met
the gentleman who had asked for the in
formation, when the latter took him aside
and said: "You know that information I
asked about concerning that ancestor of
minef Well, I got it. Confidentially, I
always suspected that old rascal.
—Livery stable keepers should al w a y
keep Arnica & Oil Linimen* in the stable
nothing like it for horses.
—They have a curious way of perserving
fruit in the east, which an enterprising
housekeeper has tried in this country
with very happy results. The principle
is to have all the caloric necessary for its
preservation supplied by the sun itself
instead of by fire, and it is claimed that in
this way the true flavor of strawberries,
raspberries and even cut peaches and the
larger fruit is better preserved than by
the usual method of cooking on a stove.
The recipe is very simple, as it consists
merely in covering the fruit with sugar
and exposing it to the intense rays of
tbe sun—and where can the sun shine
hotter than it does in inland places in
America? Surely no tropical heat, could
be greater at certain times. The experi
ment is worth trying at all events.
Drunkenness, the Liquor Habit, Pos
ively Cured by adinrnstering Dr.
Haines "Golden Specfic."
—lt is manufactured as a powder, which
can bo given in a glass of beer, a cup of
cofTee or tea,or in food, without the know
ledge of the patient. It is absolutely
harmless, aud will aflect a permanent aud
speedy cure, whether the patient is a mod
erate drinker or au 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 ntter
impossibility for the liquor appetite to ex
ist. Cures guaranteed. 48 page book 01
particulars tree. Address, oolden Specific
Co.. 18f> Race St.. Cincinn&tti 0.
—Little sister, let us tell you some
thing. The fellow who dances the two
step most divinely sometimes cannot
dance home a sack of flour when it is most
Heart Disease Relieved in 30 Minutes.
I)r. Agnew's Cure for the Heart gives
perfect relief iu all cases of Organic or
Sympathetic Heat Disease in U0 minutes,
and speedily effects a cure. It is a peer
less remedy f.>r Palpitation, Shortness of
Breath, Smothering Spoils, Pain in Left
Side and all symptoms of a Diseased Heart.
One dose convinces. Sold by City Phar
—The young man may spend his time
and his money ih snch a way as to load to
sure destruction—moutal, moral, physical,
or he may lay the sure and deep founda
tions of abiding success. Each has his
choice; which shall it bef
—When the last man leaves the room,
the women draw their chairs up closer,
—Arnica A Oil Liniment is equally good
for man and boast £} and 50 cents per
—A watchmaker of l'unxsutawney.
Pa., has invented a motor foj bicycles
and trioycles. It is a barrel spring, with
sprocket and ratchet wheels, much like
the motor spring of a watch, and is so ar
raflged that it can be wound up, either
by hand or by the motion of the wheels in
going down hill. The motor is designed
to assist tbe rider in going up hill, and
may be used or not at the will of tho rider,
by a sitnplo and easy method of changing
—For a inild cathartic and efficient ton
ic, use Bolter's Mandrake Bitters. Every
—The hard-winter prophets aro now
getting iu their doleful work. The red
sunsets, the 17-yi ar locusts, the big ha
zel nut crop, the thick corn-husks, the
heavy feathers on the chickens —all these
and dozens of other snre indications ure
cited to torment ns in advance with the
terrors of a tough winter.
Consumption surely Curod.
Tc Trtw 2x»rroft:—FleASo inform yaur readers
that I navn % poaltivo remedy for t(.» sbove-uiuiied
disease. ~Ji tiuicdy two thousands ol hopcltrva
nu.u have W u jKsrrasuciitly ctired. I shall be glad
to ne.id tw.» • u'.li* of my rennwly KKEE to any of
your reatlurn -» , j havo conmimptioa if they will
send me theli Lxprt*s and W. O. aiddrosa. Kejiprri-
T. A. It. 0.. 141 htr) 8U N. ¥.
War's Modern Horrors.
Various experiments with the new rifles,
which have recently taken place in Ger
many, have demonstrated in a very con
clusive n>anaer t hat another war would
practically be one of anaibilatiou. A well
known French writer, in an article
which he devotes to the subject, says that
the battlefield would at the end of the en
gagement be covered with two or three
hundred thousmi corps*?, all crushed and
broken, and wnuld be nothing but a vast
charnel house. X o one would be left to
bury the dead, an d pestilence would in its
turn sweep away the country people.
Pointing to the moral, he adds that the
man —Emperor, King or President of a
Republic—who, under these conditions,
■would would expose the human race to
such a fate would be the greatest criminal
that the world had ever seen. It is toler
ably plain that the horrors and the butch
ery that a war woald entail are becoming
more and more recognised, and that the
terrible vista thus opened out is exercising
a sobering effect on those who were for
m ;rly wont to discuss various eventualit
ies with a light heart.
—There was a funny sort of a party in
Bellefonte last week, according to a local
journal. The boys of the town are a little
'"tight about the chest" to use the vernac
ular describing a stingy man. and, while
they have been calling on the girls and
accepting their hospitality, it has been a
long time tince they gave any kind of en
tertainment to reciprocate for this hospi
tality. The girls wanted a hop—a ball—a
dance—a soiree—anything where they
could dance, but the tight-chested boys
wouldn't take the hint. Finally the girls
—twenty of them—and there are gome re
markably pretty one in Bellefonte —got
together and put their money in a com
mon pool, hired a hall and music, bought
refreshments, and then sent out invitation?
to the young men to attend the dance.
And the men went, so many of them, as
the local journal says, that they outnum
bered the girls, which is always the case
when somebody pays the bills and there is
a free blow. The hop was a grand suc
cess, and did not break up until an early
hour in the morning.
—Thousands walk the earth to-day who
would be sleeping in its bosom but for '.he
timely use of Down's Elixir.
—Of a class of sixteen who took the civil
service examination at New Castle recent
ly, for appointment in the postal service,
but seven passed, and of these .seven a
German laborer at the Rosena tarnace had
the highest percentage aud passed the
most creditable examination.
—The use of hops in brewiug beer was
brought to England bj the Flemings in
1524. There was a first a prejudice against
them, aud a royal edict forbidding their
use in beer.
—A law in Norway prohibits any per
son from spending more than 5 cents lor
liquor at one visit to a public house; and
alcoholic stimulants are supplied only to
—The best authorities claim that the
herring, so valuable to the poor of the
British Isles, comes from the Polar seas,
via the North Sea and the Datch Coast to
the English Channel.
—Moliere was called the Anatomist of
Humanity because of hi., skill in dissecting
human nature and presenting its weakness
in his plays.
—Unless a woman has babies, good
times, or work to take up her mind, there
is danger of her becoming a Spiritualist.
—Beer placed in dishes near flower
pots will tempt all the snails in the vicini
ty, and the next morning they, will be
found lying alongside dead.
—Rheumatism cured in a day—"Mystic
cure" 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. 75 cts. Sold by J. C
Redick, druggist. Butler.
—"We sometimes know what we have
done, bat never what we will do.
—lt is hard to find a mail who does not
put the blame for his misfortunes upon his
—Claude—l would not marry a girl who
is not self sacrificing. Marie —The girl
who marries you will be.
—This marrying of rich American heir
eßsus by foreign noblemen baa a kind of
longing for the dollar of the (laddy in it.
—Almost any man knows more than his
father until he is forty years old. Then he
drops into the ranks ot the ignorant and
begins to take lessons
—lt is a mistake to think that women
are less intellectual than men. The brain
that can comperehend and carry the fancy
work directions given in the fashion pa
pers is surely equal to any questioos of
state, no matter how momentous it may
—The motto of the proprietors of Dr.
Henry Baxter's Mandrake Bitters is, "the
greatest good to the greatest number,"
and so sell a large bottls ot a valuable
remedy for the small price of 25cts., and
warrant every bottle to give satisfact
ion or money r«funded.
—Boy (whc has lost his way)—"l say,
mister, how far is it to Camptown Creek?"
Man(stirlily)—"Find out. I ain't no city
directory." "No, you ain't; you're a vol
ume on good manners, you are."
A Covington (Ky.) woman, whose hus
band was very ill, boaght a graveyard-lot
at a bargain. He got well again aud bur
ied her in that lot. Your prudent and
forehanded women miss it sometimes.
—An Illinois youth made a wager with
his sister that he could eat more melons
than she could. The bet was taken, and
now the balance of the family are having
a very melancholy time with two funerals
on their hands.
—Philadelphia has the finest city clock
in the world. The foce, which is ten yards
in diameter can be seen from every part ol
the city. The minute hand is four yards
long and the hoar hand a little over half
—When Madeline Pollard goes on the
stage i>he will elevate it about as much as
Col. Breckinridge's clerical defenders do
It is reported that Miss Frances E. Wil
lard has decided not to advocate political
prohibition any longer. She thinks that
the best way to promote temperance
among workingmen is to better their so
FOR PURE RYE
Wines, Brandies, liins, 4c., try
13C Water St., (Opposite B. <t O. Depot.)
All goods, including C. O. l>. orders,
securely packed and shipped promptly.
Express charges prepaid on all orders ol
SIO.OO or over.
Guaranteed 3 years old, $2.00 per gal.
Try it at once. You will always keep it on
SPJE.EDY and L/STINO RESULTS.
■ ran Inconvenience. Sample.»
VThi. J»""• ABBCLmtr ritil7 h |" y J
from any injunout »üb«tance.
LIRSI ABBOMIMB IIDTREIO.
We GUARANTEE a CURE Of rsfund your monef.
PrW M.OO pw boll la. Send 4c far trea(n«.
TKKHOXT MJUHOAL CO.. Bolton, Maaa.
Oar entire stock of Spring and Summer Foot wear. We're going to clear j
out oar stock of Tun Shoes. Every stvle and description of Oxfords will
go in the sale. A large lot of Laliea Hand Turn Shoes will be sold at I
about half their real value. To make this sale a complete success, we have
made such prices that
You'll be Glad to Buf.
Ladies Patent Leather and Poogola Oxfords were SI.OO and $1.25 to go
Ladies Vici Kid Oxfords, Square or Pointed Patent Tips will go at SI.OO
and $1.25, Prices of which were $1.75 and $2.00. Ladie9 Dongola and
Vici Kid Shoes were $3.25 at $2 00 per pair.
A large lot of McKav sewed and lland Turned Shoes in si/.?s
3i, prices on which were $2.50, $3.00 aud $3.50 This entire lot will go at
Misses Dongola Patent Tip Shoas at 85cts per pair.
Childrens Dongola Patent Tip Shoe 3 at 50cts per pair
Mens $2 00 Tan Shoes at $1.25 per pair
Mens Picadilly Bluchers in Tan Shoes were $2.50 per pair will goat SI.BO
So on throughout our entire stock of Summer Footwear. Goods will be
sold without reserve at than the cost of their making.
Call and see these Bargaius whether jo . wish to buy or not
Shoe Dealer. AL ROFF. s, Main St.
_A.ncl everything in horse and buggy fur
nishing goods-Harness, Collars, Whips,
Dusters, Saddles, etc.
Also trunks and valises.
Repairing done on short notice.
The largest assortment of 5-A Horse
blankets in town will be found at
124 S. MAIN ST., BUTLER, PA.
CLARK'S SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
Every young man and woman should receive such an education
as they can obtain at Clark's School of Commerce, Butler, Pa. or at
the New Castle Business University, New Castle, Pa. The schools
are under the same management.
ACTUAL BUSINESS METHODS EMPLOYED
You will save time and money by attending one of these schoo Is
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, MODERN BUSINESS
OFFICES, EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.
Write to D. G. CLARK, President, New Castle, Pa., or F. G.
JOHNSTON, Secretary, Butler, Pa.
DIAMONDS 1 KING*, KAK KINGS, PINS axuos.
WATCHES 1 GENTS' GOLD, A \ PS' "sVl'v KIT, LADIES' CU ATI.AIN.
JEWELRY } t,old ' " lS ' K ' ir "' nk,rS ' ''chains. Bracelets, Etc.
frn n T*T A *9 C* • Tea Sets. Castors, Butter Dishes and Everything
I Hi!/ £ia\ WW .fil M\.£2m |that can be found in a Itrst class store..
RODGER BROS. 1874 } KNIVES - FORK 3' PLATE.
E. GRIEB. jew T ei ,
No. 139, North Main St., fi JTLEB, PA.,
Should every one, if in need ol a pure
stimulant for medical purposes, go to ISB
Federal St? Because he will find the
largest stock to select from at lowest prices.
The llye Whiskies are all from the largest
and best known distilleries and sold at the
following price: 2-year-old at $2.00 per
gallon; 3-year-old at $2.25; 4-year-old at
$2.50; G year-okl at -year-old at
$4.50; 10 and 12-year-old at $5.50; St, Hel
ena, California, oldest and best, selected
wines, 10 brands dry and sweet, at $1.50
per gallon; Khin« wine, imp. Sherry, Mad
eira, Port and Cognacs, at lowest figures.
No extra charge for packing. Call or send
for price list at
188 FEDERAL ST. ALLEGHENY.
Telephone No. 549.
f doctors lake
fcf B mi TK DISPENSARY.
I JJ: COR. PEN: AVE. ANO FOURTHBT..
( jOK \ All form* of Delicate and Com
i plicated Diseases requiiiiigCoN
NSS®. SSStT FINEKTIAI. AND SCIENTIFIC Mcd
gp* ication are treated at this Di*
i .Mi-:.ry with a micccaf. . arely attained. Dr. S.
k. I.:tkc ia " member of tl»o Itoyul Col It gc of I h> -
4it!i:tn& and Surgeo*i2, nn«l is trie o! lest an«l in«wt
r\l . rienced SI-KCIALISV in the city bpc -AL at
i.-nti.m "iven to Nervous IVblllty frome- cesstv
:al exertion, Indiscretion of youth, etc ..cans
ii,; In-leal and mental <!c(.'iy,lark of enerjfy,
li",i>oi. Vncy, etc.; nliioCancers Old Sores IjiK
l ile . Ithcumatlmn, and all di the Skin,
i lo ,il. I .units Urinary Organelle.. Ccim.illation
jv and strictly coufklt ntiid Oldec hours,U to
i ii i■ I J to 8 l\*M.; Sundays 1 to 4 ?. 71. only.
I at Ofllre or ad.lrcss pli-*. I.Alih, <- 'R
• F.\N A* FC ,VN OIT II ST.. rirr<-: I: L KGII . I-A
na«le a Well
THE GREAT 20tli
FRENCH REMEDY aoVKT
rrodurei the Ahoie ltesults In :10 !>»)». It acts
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others
fail. Young men will regain their lost manhooo.
and old m- n will recover their youthful vigoe
by usinK VITALIS. It quickly and surely re
stores Nervousness, I.ost \ i tullty. I n:imitescy.
Nightly Emissions, Lost Doner, Failing Mem
ory. wasting Diseases, and ail effects of set
abuse or excess anil indiscretion. Wards off
Insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS. no other. Can be carried In vest
pocket. My mail. SI.OO per package, or six for
§6.00. Willi a positive written guarantee tocore
or refund the mono?. Circular free. Address
CALUMET lU.MEOY COMPANY, Chicago, 10.
For Sale at City Pharmacy.
$75.00 Per Month
For Teachers, Students, Ministers, or Ladies,
any one who is active, pushing, and a good
talker. We want a representative in every
county. Would prefer one who could give
his or her whole time to the work ; but spare
time can be profitably employed. If you havs
a team, so much the better. Sptce will not
permit us lo give details here; but if you will
drop us a line we will write you fully. 'I his
is a rare opportunity, the work is pleasant and
honorable, the remuneration large, the busi
ness permanent. No capital required. No
V.W. ZIEGL ER & CO.(Box .^.Philadelphia,
mi re ITCHING PILES
HI I rNsWAYNE'S
MY m»TOM*~M«Utur« I Intrn.r Iti-hlHf an.!
• Hnslne: miNitiitnlfbtt wnrar by •cratchln*. Ir
iilluwid la runtliiu*- tumors form ami pPtitmdr,
which oflrit l»l«»«-«t «nil ul. < ruto, beeiimln* *'l7
w»r«. *W AY *!■:•* OIKTMf NT th* ttehla*
and blctillnf. hrwU ah rratloa, nurf la moat caMft
r»MT tfea tuAA* «»ur **
Scrutinize closely all your purchases there
are counterfeits and Imitations being sold.
You enii save trouble by buying from us.
and our prices are as low, or lower, than
any house In the city.
Wines and Liquors.
Buying wloesand liquors is entirely a mat
ter of confidence, as In no other avenue is
sophistication easier. We appreciate our
responsibility, and assure you that none
will leave our store but what Is guaranteed
perfectly pure and the best obtainable.
Our Export Whiskey.
is a perfect stimulant and sold at a reason
Full Quart, sl., Six Quarts, $5.
In their original purity. Xo better tonic for
delicate men or aged men or women
Full Quart, 50c. 12 Quarts, $5.
Mail and express orders shipped promptly.
JOS. FLEMING & SON,
412 Market St., PITTSBURG, Pa.
Are a symptom of Jaundice,
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Bil
iousness, Liver Complaint.
DR. BAXTER'S MANDRAKE
will cure the disease and re
move yellowness from skin
and eyes. Warrantee, to cure.
Sold everywhere at 25 cts. per bottle,
for Bale by J. C. Redick
- i Pwps JBSIiFREE
*T \\ AFFLICT ED
• ■ Aon RECEiPTofgoftfrHSfcMß
-j2S ; N !SU'3!PHILADA,PA.
EUROPEAN * NOTE.
315 S Main St., - - Butlor, Pa
ALEX WILLIAMS, Prop'r.
Everything new—Electric, li>cbt,
gas and water.
J* Lodging 35, 50 and SI.OO.
Regular meals at 25 cte.
Boarding at SI.OO a day.
Luncb Counter open all night
Great Clearance Sale
Trimmed lint* and BonnetH almost
Having a large stock of milliner} - still on hand, we will sell you
anything in our line less than half price. Come early and secure
_> LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE.
122 s. r~\ p A PTT BUTLE
MAIN ST. 1 • R L J-V* PAR
Are made to USE and not to ABUSE. You can find nothin
so useful for immediate relief in the Sick Room; nothingso beneficia
to the Convalescent;*nothing so sustaining to life as Pure Whiskey
Brandy or Wine.
To all who use liquors is to buy from a reliable dealer. Buy
from one who has been tried. Buy from one who ever watches care
fully the wants of his patron;, who studies to please and who has a
reputation ol 25 year's standing in this community. Buy from
Who has the indorsement of all who know him. Physicians
recommend his goods, Hospitals use them, and in fact, there is no
house in Western Pennsylvania that can show you such a stock ol
"Old" Whiskies, Fruit Bra idies, Blackberry Cordials, Holland and
London dock Gins, Wines of the Finest Importations to the Cheapest
Domestics, in fact a comj lete line to suit the buyer, whether for
TABLE OR -
Our facilities for shipping arc the best and much the quickest,
Send for our complete Catalogue and Price list, mailed free, and order
your goods from
Wo 82 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa
P. S. We are headquarters lor all G. A. R. men; come in and reg
ister during the G. A. R. Encampment, with Comrade Max Klein,
late of F Co., Ist lowa Cavalry.
Purchasers can save from 25 to 50 per
oent 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.
All are Respectlully Invite*
—"Remember our Repairing Department—2o years Experience."-
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
103 FerryJSt., - Pittsburg, Pa
Pennsyivania Rye Whiskies a specialty.
Trial orders solicited.
One Square Below Diamond Marke
New York Weekly Tribune
The Butler Citizen
ONE DOLLAR£AND A HALF.
A-ddross all orders to THE CXTIZ bj N