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I NOW OPEN.
September sth to October 20th,
[; Innes' Famous 13th Regiment Band 1
OF NEW YORK, 65 PIECES.
THE GREATEST MILITARY BAKD IN AMERICA, has l» « snsased [ft
Si- •• an ENORMOUS CO6T to •ntarttln yom.
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MECHANICAL EXHIBITS NEVER EQUALED j£jj
SIE TH« j|
I mefiatube ooke PLAHT,
p TYPE SETTING MAOHDTE, |: J
|i ELEOTBIO DISPLAY, FISH EXHIBIT, j|
' FBESH MEAT PBESEBVISg,
n MEOHAHIOAL HOVEL TIES,
THE LATEST DJYEHTIOFB. ;*
magnificent art GALLERY. i
| SSI ON ADU
BOOTS and SHOES.
Ab the time of the year is faet drawing near when people are beginning
to prepare for the cold wares of winter, I make an annoancement to intro
duce to jon onr many new styleß for fall and winter wear.
Having jast 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, "Drouth,
Ac has been the common topic for conversation during the long hot months
of summer, but do not let that trouble yon. If your corn crop and apple
crop has been a failure that is no reason why yon should not buy just as
ffood footwear as before. The question now to decide is where can I boy
(rood substantial footwear for little money 7 That problem will be easily
solved: Visit the ever popular shoe house of John Bickel and learn his low
prices, and the shoe house you will do your trading with this year will be
Our stock of Mens' boots'is large.
We have a fuM stock of the celebrated Jamestown Boot in plain toe
and box and can Bell 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 shoes, 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 sho<H, but call
and examine, for yourself, our stock of button, lace and wngress shoes rang
ing in price from #oc to $4.00. . .
Onr 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
suit 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 an d
WDM & COOPER
The place to buy
GAS COOKING STOVES AND BURNERS, GAS LAMPS
FIXTURES, HOSE, WATER FILTERS, BATH TUB ENAMEL,
etc, is at
H. O'Brien & Son's,
107 East Jefferson. Street.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
1 bars a Heave Cure that will cure any
ease of heaves in horses in 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 be
made for the treatment. The following
testimonials are the strongest proof of the
medicines power to cure:
A. J. MOCAITDLKSH,
Butler, Pa., 1893.
MA. A. J. MCCANDLKRS:
On the 2nd day of April, 1892, I com
menced to use your new cure for one ot
my horses that had the heaves very bad,
and continued to use the medicine for
about forty days and the horse did not
ahow any signs of a retnrn of them. It is
now about a year since I quit givin the
med'ie'ine ana the horse has never sowed
any signs of heaves, and I feel stisfied
that he is properly oured.
W. C. CKISWELL,
Entler, Pa., April 3, 1893.
A. J. MCCAUDLBSS:
I have used your Heave Cure and found
it will work if used according to di
Motions. Tours truly,
R. J. MCMILLIS.
J. H. FAUBEL, Prop'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 ol
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Clothing, Hats and
Suits sold by others for $6.00 oar
Baits sold bj others for SB.OO our
price $6 00
Saits sold by others for SIO.OO our
price $8 00
White Merino Underwear 50c grade
Grey Merino Underwear 50c grade
We will save you 25 per cent, on all
grades of clothing.
Call and examine our goods and
prices whether yon wish to
bay or not.
120 8. MAIN ST.
GENERAL BRICK JOBBER.
Chimneys, Grate and Boiler Betting.
Cistern Building and Sewer
Work a Speciality.
114 E. Diamond.
til A llTrn MRK ' >oc *> or travel
Salary or Commission
paid weekly. Outfit tree. Special attention
given to beginners Workers never fall to make
good weekly wage*. Write me at once for par
E 0. GRAHAM, Nurseryman.
t (This bouse Is reliable,) ROCBISTKH, N. Y
are hundreds of brands of
White Lead (so called) on the
market that are not White Lead,
composed largely of Barytes and
other cheap materials. But the
number of brands of genuine
is limited. The following brands
are standard Old Dutch" process,
and just as good as they were when
you or your father were boys:
' Armstrong & McKefcry,"
" Beymer-Batlman,' ,
' Fahnestock. 1 '
FOR COLORS. —National Lead Co.'i Pure
White Lead Tinting Colors, a one-pound can to
a 35-pound keg of Lead and mix your own
I ahiis. Saves time and annoyance in matching
shades, and insures the best paint that it is
possible to put on wood.
Send us a postal card and get our book on
paints and color-card, free; it will probably
save you a good many dollars.
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
German Nalwual Bisk Building, PMBWfr
Tor SotiMf Ctttla, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs,
"""•KftaSM?" 1 " 1 '
et i s-v-TfisßirtirKTir;
D.D.—Bor» mr <«ruba,
E.l...r«|ki, Hfarei, Pnfannla.
P.r.-C'ollc OP UrljMi Bellyache,
ri (i ..>1 lacarrlagr, Hemorrhafti.
H.H.—I rinary KUaef Dlieaief.
Btofle BottU (OTer»dose*), - - .60
Cur?oll^d fl Modki&or, A '"
jarTMsrliaryCareOll, • -
■aM «r wt "•* U * mr
! r "E2l STJl£p bbsts*
FjBAl HOMEOPATHIC ft ft
In an 30 r**ra. Th» owj* for
*SWL»u v !l?L*^
•i ~.. or ft Tills and Ivi* Till powder, for 11.
■taPHKKtS- MB. CO., 111 a 11» WUlta- St., Mww
Here's the Idea
Of the Non-pull-out Bow
The great watch saver. Saves the watch
from thieves and falte—cannot be j-.ulled oil
the case—costs nothing extra.
If \ \ The bow has a groov*
I I I \ 1 on each end. A coli ir
I I C/| 1 I runs down inside li.e
vL -J firmly locking the
bow to tke pendax.t.
*o that it cannot he
■» pulled *r twisted off.
Can «nly be bad with cases
stamped w itll this trade mark.
Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases ..re
now htted with this great tow (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
■ !rv--s r..-c - the :..r ••
Keystone Watch Case Co.,
Nothing #n Earth Will
Sheridan's Condition Powder!
KEEPS YOUR CHICKENS
Strorg and Healthy ; Prevents all Disease.
Good for Moulting lien.s.
Itl!Hb»olutelr pure, nichljf concentrated. .Ingp*
titY fostx tontu <>r & <-«mt a day. Nu other ono-fourtn as
strontr. Strictiv a "One Urjre con saved me
tiO, send hit to pn-wiit itoup," «aj* one customer.
■ fvou can't getitwndlon#.
W« mal ! «»•».- -n\ iV FIT." *1 A*l4 lb ran $1 20. Btx
cai.« '/) ' x *■ t. '-I tUiUlnj Guide, price
i:*" • th \ • or'!, rs .-r n»ore. Bauiplo copy
«f T»i« I' r * • » » : ent fn-e.
•6. Jo I - ' : n» ih.'wSt..Bo«ton.MaA
FOR PURE RYE
Wines, Brandies, Qins, 4c., try
136 Water St.. (Opposite B. AO. Depot.)
All goods, including C. 0. 1). orders,
securely packed and shipped promptly.
Express charges prepaid on all orders ot
SIO.OO or over.
Guaranteed 3 years old. $2.00 per gal.
Try it at once You will al ways keep it on
Hai •ness, Collars,
and Strap Work,
and Fly Nets,
and Dealer in
Whips, Dusters, Trunks
My Goods are all new and strict
fi: t ;:;, and work guaran
Repairing a Specialty.
Opposite Campbell & Templeton's
342 S. Main St., - Butler, Pa.
• (JOSSER'S •
, CREAM GLYCERINE.
has nt» ctjual for ohap|*ed hands, lips or
0 face, 01 any of the skin, and m
Is not t'Xcefleu as a dmving for tin- lace
alter shaving. Sold by druggists at a
*cnty.five Cents a Bottle.
* I EWIS' 98 % LYE
L KViniS in TOMMD
TMUnmifM ud ramt I n
raadei I'ullko other I.ya, It being
IA a due powdi>r antl uaiknl In a can
with removable IM, the content*
are always ready for uw. Win
mate lb' beet i> rfumed HiM Soap
In X) mlnun-s wltkoel boUlat.
It Is ttio beat foreleantlng waS
MB plpee, disinfecting atnki, (Jonetfc
■■ wtoUng bottles, paint* tree*, etc.
R XNVA. SALT M-re OO
(MB. AtMn PMIFET IV
He Snored On.
"I can only recall one experience in
which I may be said to have faced death,"
said T. B. Bryan. "That was daring a
voyage across the Atlantic several years
aeo. We had been oat two or three days
and had been having some pretty rough
weather. It culminated one night in a
terific storm. The waves rose mountain
high and our ship was tossed about like a
cork. A portion of the upper deck was
carried away and some of the saloon parti"
tions were stove in. The noise made by
the waves as they dashed against the nides |
of the vessel sounded like the booming of
cannon, and many of the passengers
crouched in their cabins waiting in mortal
terror and expecting every moment to
feel the ship sinking. I was confined to
my cabin by illness, but as I had been as
sured by the captain that there was no
danger I did not share the fear of my fel
low passengers. However, had the storm
continued in its fury, or had the boat been
less staunch, we should in all probability
have been food for fishes, or have had to
rely on the meagre support of the small
boats. A fellow passenger evidently had
sublime faith in the captain's ability to
pull her through, or was exceeding indif
ferent to his fate. In the midst of the up
roar caused by the dashing waves the
breaking of timbers and the outcries of
the passengers, be lay peacefully in bis
cabin sound asleep. He was an inveterate
snorer, and during the lulls the musio of
his nasal organ could be heard with reas
suring regularity. His wife rushed in the
cabin crying: "Lucien, 0 Lucien, the ves
sel is sinking!''
"Lucien turned over, partially awoke
and mtumured: "Sinking, are wet
(Snore.) Well, let her (snore) sink.
What are you (snore) going to do (snore)
"His wife said afterward* that his view
of the situation reassured her more than
anything else could have done "
An Awful Warning.
Alabama wonld seem to be a danger
ous place for young men with kissing pro
clivities, and the following press dispatch,
dated Birmingham, September 3, wi'l be
a warning to the young folks down there
either to refrain from kissing or be careful
not to tell about it:
Near Newsito, Tallapoosa county, this
morning, James Ashley and his son, Rob
ert, went into a fipld where Kobert Cross,
a young farmer was harvesting. Kobert
Ashley held Cross while the old man tired
seven bullets into his body. Ashley fired
as long as Cross breathed, remarking.
"I'm going to shoot as long as there is
breath in the damned rascal's body."
Cross went to church with Ashley's
daughter and kissed her. She reported
the matter to her father and the murder
resulted. A posse is in pursuit of the
Ashleys, and if captured it is likely they
will be lynched.
But the fact that the good neighbors
are alter the Ashley's with a view to hang
ing them to the first tree shows that the
people of Alabama are not altogether
Not a bafe Juryman,
"I should like to be excused, yonr hon
or," said a man who had been summoned
on the jury.
""What for J"
"I owe a man $lO and wish to hunt him
up and pay it."
"Do you mean to tell the Court that
y»u would hunt up a man to pay a bill
instead of waiting for him to hunt you
"Yes, your honor."
"You are excused. I don't want any
man on the jury that will lie like that."
—Livery stable keepers should alw£
keep Arnica <fc Oil Lrinimen - . in the stabay
nothing like it for horses.
—Folks are having their gold coined at
a rapid rate jast now. Nearly eight mil
lions of dollars worth of the yellow stuff
was duly stamped daring the month of
August, while bat $976,000 of silver was
Drunkenness, the Liquor Habit, Pos
lvely Cured by adircnstering Dr.
Haines "Golden Specfic."
;It is manufactured as a powder, which
can be given in a glass of beer, a cup ol
coffee or tea,or in food, without the know
ledge of the patient. It is absolutely
harmless, and will affect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient is a mod
erate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It has
been given in thousands of cases, and in
everv instance a perfect cure has followed.
It never fails. The system once impregnat
ed with the Specific, it becomes an utter
impossibility for the liquor appetite to ex
ist. Cures gaaranteed. 48 page book 01
particulars free. Addross, Uolden Specific
Co., 185 Kace St.. Oinninnatti O.
—The man who wants but little here bo
low is seldom disappointed.
—No, Maude, dear, veterinary surgeons
are not those who served in the war.
—The latest slang expression of con
tempt is: "You're losing your center
Htart Disease JCeljcred in 30 Minutes.
Dr. Agnew's Cure lor the Heart gives
perfect relief iu all cases of Organic or
Sympathetic Heal Disease in 30 minutes,
and speedily effects a cure. It is a poer
less remedy fjr Palpitation, Shortness of
Breath, Smothering Spells, Pain in Lett
Side and all symptoms ofa Diseased Heart.
One dose convinces. Sold by City Phar
—Drowning Man—Hi, there! Throw me
a rope! Man on Wharf —not much I
won't; I'm the coroner.
—A Polish woman went over
to Anita, Jefferson Co. lately to assist in
celebrating a wedding. Considerable beer
was used in the ceremonies e.nd soma of
the folks became hilarious. The Polish
woman is question was especially affected,
and she cut op such mad pranks that the
others became disgusted, and three police
men put her in a wagon, hauled her out of
town, and told her to make her escape.
Her only artical of wearing apparel at
that time was a cbimese, and in that
scant habiliment she walked back to Anita
and through the town to her friend's
—Arnica it Oil Liniment is equally good
for man and beast. 25 and 50 cents per
—The bronze gates erected at the main
entrance of Trinity Church by William I).
Astor in mornory of his father, John J.
Astor, are in place. The doors at the
side entrances, also a part of the memorial,
have been in use for several months. It
has taken nearly three years to complete
the entire set of doors, and the cost has
been about SIOO,OOO.
—For a mild cathartic and efficient ton
ic, use Boxter's Mandrake Bitters. Every
—On a territory about the area of Mon
tana, Japan supports 40.000,000 people in
comparative comfort. Reckoning our own
area at twenty-four times that of Japan,
this country at that rate would support
—Horses succumb to cold quicker than
any other animal.
Consumption atjroiy Cufeu.
Tc Tdw JDTTOK: Plea.». inform your roadurt
that I uave a poHitlv. remedy for th. *t>ove-uainc<l
di*e*ae. B; -5 tlmoly uwi thousand, of
CMM have W -n permanently cured. I ahall b« glad
to send -optica of my remedy FRKK to any of
your reader* 1 j j hare conmimption If they will
Mod me tbmlx Itpriu and V. O. addi—. Be*}>eet
*uir. T. A. HLU;UM, M. a. UI IFMTIITL. *. R.
The Hot Summer of 1854.
A correspondent thus describes the
summer of 1554, long known as the "hot |
Forty years ago the sun shone as it j
has done this summer. For months the i
heavens were as brass. A great round
bill cf fire rose in the east every morn ng
and made everything glitter from twelve
to fourteen hours. The roads were inches 1
deep in dust; the stubble fields and pas
ture fields, and orchards and gardens, and
even the wild woods were dust. Springs
dried up, hogs died, sheep got "scales," j
cow's milk tasted of ragweed, brooks and
creeks wero nothing but gravel beds, birds
quit singing, and all the landscape day
and night was tilled with a melancholly
stillness, excepting only the whirl of grass
hopper wings and the shrill, never-ending
chirp of the universal crickets. Out over
Pittsburg, forty miles away, hung a per
petual cloud, and under that cloud was
the cholera. Hundreds died of it. Coun
try people kept away from the city. The
tew that did go there crossed the river on
sand bars. We were not allowed to eat
anything green for tear of cholera. To eat
apples or plums of peaches was a capital
crime. Cucumbers were more poisonous
than strychnine. A profane peddler who
blasphemously insisted on eating cucum
bers we expected to see drop dead, and
when he didn't we concluded he was a
devil. There was no travel on the public
roads save that of the moping, worn-out
doctors who went to and fro to treat dy
sentery cases. It was an "awe"' fall time.
It did not rain from the first of Jone to the
last of October
Titles are Silly.
We have several times called atten
tion to the fact that to use the prefix
"Mister" as a title, is absurd. It is |.iii
right to distinguish Mr. Jones from Mrs.
Jones in that way, for then it denotes sex.
But as a title it is ridiculous. Mr. John
Brown. In what does the title "Mr."
distinguish this particular John Brown
from any other John Brown? Besides
titles ire un-American and silly. They
have no other effect than to be little. If
a man doesn't amount to anything you
cannot improve him by giving him a title
and if he does amount to something, be
doesn't need it. The Chicago Post speak
ing on this subject, says: "We laugh a
good deal at parvenu mothers who allude
to their daughters as Miss Lulu aud Miss
Jenny, but I, for my part, don't see why
it is any worse than for women who are
supposed to have been trained better to
speak of their own husbands as "Mr.
Allen'' and "Mr. Brooks." The Lord be
praised that wo have 110 titles over here
to tack on, for we should bo "sirring" and
"honorabling" and "marquissing and
"ladying" our own brothers and sisters, as
well as husbands and wives. A Christian
name was made to be spoken and called
by, and is not at all too fine to be used
every day. If your wife's name is Annie,
it will not hurt her a bit, nor derogate
your dignity, to speak of her by that
gentle cognomen; and "my wife" to utter
strangers, who wouldn't know whom
you moant by Annie, is always appropri
—The blood is the source of health
Keep it pure by taking Hoods Sarsaparil
la. Try it.
—Army inspectors say that blue eyes
make the best shots.
—Tourists who tried to "do" Europe
like a feudal prince for $250 are coming
home sadly disgusted.
—Woman was not created merely to 10l
low around and sweep up after man.
—To be in style nowadays the story
writer must kill all his characters except
those who deserve to be killed.
—Thousands walk the earth to-day who
would be sleeping in its bosom but for ihe
timely use of Down's Elixir.
—The heaviest woods are pomegranate
and lignnm ritae, while cork is the light
—Daring the fourteenth century in Italy
a tax was levied on every one who wore
—Burmese children of both sexes begin
to smoke almost as soon as they can
Newfoundland is without reptiles. No
snake, frog, toad or lizard has even been
—Rheumatism cured in a day—"Mystic
cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia, radic
ally cares 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 lirst
dose greatly benefits. 75 cts. Sold by J. C
Kedick, druggist, Butler.
—Lifeboat stations on the French coast
are hereafter to number among their
equipment trained dogs.
—According to the custom of Corea, all
the Coreans must wear a white hat after
the death of one of the royal family.
—The most extravagant material used
for coat collars is fur. Russian nobles
do not think £SO to much to pay for a
—The harbor or Rio Janeiro is the lin
est on the globe. It has fifty miles of
anchorage, sufficient to float the navies of
—The motto of the proprietors of Dr.
Henry Baxter's Mandrake Bitters is, "the
greatest good to the greatest number,"
find so sell a large botlfn ol a valuable
remedy for the small price of 25cts., and
warrant every bottle to give satisfact
ion or money refunded.
—ln France a woman may occupy an
'mportant place in art, business and com
merce, but she cannot possess her own
earnings if she is married.
—The greatest whirlpool in the world is
on the Norwegian coast, near tho Island
of Moskenaesoe; it is four miles in dia
meter, and its roar can ba board seven
—Sire was originally used to designate
the proprietor of a farm. Rising in dig
nity it was afterward applied to a noblo
ntan, then used in addressing a monarch.
—"Cool as a cucumber" is scieutfu-ally
correct, Investigation shows that this
vegetable has a temperature one degree
below that cf the surrounding atmos
It is said that I'aderewski made $250.
000 while in the United States, and that
Ysaye, the celebrated violinist, has been
engaged for an American tour which will
begin in Ootober on even higher terms
than tho'ie Paderewski received.
—Pierre Loji, the famous French nov
elist, who saw Li llung Chang when in
China a year or two ago, describes him
as a tall, slender, bony, distinguished
looking man with a beard and long mus
tache. When on horseback it would be
difficult to imagine a man more dignifiid
Hotels and Depots,
W. S. Gregg i§ now ruining a line
of carriages between the hotels and
depots of the town.
Charges reasonable. Telephone
No. 17, or leave orders at Hoto
Our entire stock of Spring and Summer Foot wear. We're sroinfc to clear
out our nock of Tan Shoes. Every stvle an ! description of Oxfords will
eo in the sale. A large lot of Ladies Hand Turn Shoes will be aold at
about half their real value. To make this sale a complete success, we have
made such prices that
You'll be Glad to Buy.
Ladies Patent Leather and DdQgoli Oxfords were SI.OO and 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 S"J.OO. Ladies Dongola and
Vici Kid Shoes were $3.25 at $2 00 per pair.
A large lot of McKay sewed and Hand Turned Shoes in sizis 2|, 3 and
3i, prices on which were $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 This entire lot will go at
Misses Dongola Patent Tip Shoes at 85ct& per pair.
Cbildrens Dongola Patent Tip Shoes at 50ets per pair
Mens $2 00 Tan Shoes at $1.25 per pair
Mens Picadilly Bluchers in Tan Shoes were $2.50 per pair will goatslvo
So on throughout our entire stock of Summer Footwear Goods will be
sold without reserve at less than the cost of their making.
Call and see these Bargains whether yo 1 wish to buy or not
Shoe Dealer. AL RDFF. s. Main St.
everything in horse and buggy hir
nishing goods—tlariiess, Collars, hips,
Dusters, Saddles, etc.
.A-lso trunks and valises.
Repairing done on short notice.
The largest assortment of Horse
blankets in town will be tound at
124 S. MAIN ST., BUTLER, PA.
CLARK'S SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
Every younLj ma.ll 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 schools
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 (.KINGS, EAR RINGS.
WATCHES | GENTS' GOLD. ''YJKNW sVI.V ER, LADIES' CIIATLAIN .
JEWELRY } I '* Ar KiQ^3 ' Chains, Bracelets. Etc.
v <■> -vriCVD WWT Jt Tt» %*> Tea Sets, Castors. lSutter Dishes aal Evorythlut
3lLl M &K W ii £%.*!*) that can be round iu a first class store.
RODGER BROS. 1874 } FORK 9' spoo T n R s IPLE PLATE.
E. GRIEB. , E ;r ER .
No. 139, Korth Main St.. B JTLEB, PA.,
Should every one, if in need of a pure
stimulant for medical purposes, go to 188
Federal St? Because ho will find tho
largest stock to select from at lowest prices.
Tho Rye 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; 0 year-old at $3.50; 8-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; Rhine wine, imp. Sherry, Mad
eira, Port and Cognacs, at lowest figures.
No extra charge for packiug. Call or send
for price list at
188 FEDERAL ST. ALLEGHENY.
Telephone No. 549.
PRI fK DISPENSARY.
11. Jff COR. PEN A,H. AND FOURTH ST..
( jKfißfi \ All fonnsof Delicate and Com
\amLlrT&v j plicated Disease* rcquinuKCus.
f IDKNTIA.L and n:N TiI 1' M. l
ication are treated at this pis
:i .ary with a success .areljr attained. Dr. 8.
K l.akc Is •* member of the Itoval Collt jc ")f I liy
and Surgwoac, and Is tne o! lost and most
I-M-RI ICUCCD SPECIALISE in ihocfty. Spcc'al at
tention riven to N 'rvous 1 virility fromersessiv?
JIU" tale xortlon, Indiscretion of youth, etc., cauti
on .ihysical and mental decay,lack of energy,
t.-si.oi. '.-ncv, etc.; alaoCancoi-s Old Sores I' its,
l ile , lihouniatlimi, and all di- ascaof the Skin.
I 1..0i1. I.unzs, ITrinaryOrß.mstU'. Ccns .ltation
•l ee ami strictly coufhlentiiil. Oflicc hours, Uto
I ml 7 to M r.~ M.; Sundays, 2to4P. M. onlv.
,:i at office or adJrena HR-f. I. Akh, _• 'I
"r..SNA»K ANDITIIST..IMTTSUUUGU 1 A
nadc a Well
THE GREAT 20th Dny-'
Produce* the Abo?e KeHultii in 80 Days. It acta
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others
fail. VOUUK men will regain their lost manhood,
and old men will recover their youthful visor
by usinp VITALIS. It quit uly and surely re
stores Nervousness. Lost Vitality. Impofeacy,
Kmis>ions, Lost Tower, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, and all « fleets of sell
abuse or excess ami indiscretion. \\ ar<ls on
insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS. other. Can be carried in vesl
pocket, by mail. #I.OO per package, or six for
$5.00, with a positive written guarantee to cure
or refund the money. Circular free. Address
CALUMET UESEPf COMI'APiV, Chicago, 111.
For Sale at City Pharmacy.
$75.00 Per Month
P'or Teachers, Students, Ministers, or Ladies,
any one who is active, pushing, and a gogd
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 he profitably employed If you have
a team, so much the better. Space will not
permit us to give details here; but if you will
drop us a line we will write you fully. This
is a rare opportunity, the work is pleasant and
honorable, the remuneration large, the busi
ness permanent. No capital required. No
f.W.ZIEGLER &CO.(«ox i7oc),Philadclphia.
nil ITCHING PILES
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Scrutinize closely all your purchases; there
are counterfeits and Imitations being sold.
You can save trouble by buying from us.
and our prices are as low, or lower, than
any house In the city.
Wines and Liquors.
Buying wines and liquors is entirely a mat
ter or confidence, as in no other avenue Is
sophistication easier. We appreciate our
responsibility, and assure yon 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. No better tonic for
delicate men or aged men or women
Full Quart. 50c. 12 Quarts, $5.
Mail an<l express orders shipped promptly.
JOS. FLEMING SON,
412 Market St., PITTSBURG, Pa.
Are a symptom of Jaundice,
H Dyspepsia, Constipation. Bil
»jiousness, Liver Complaint.
| DR. BAXTER'S MANDRAKE
will cure the disease and re
move yellowness from skin
and eyes. Warrantee, to cure.
Sold everywhere at £5 cts. per bottle.
for sale by J. C. Redick
o Jk h b free
tc U othe afflicted
\vOU^ H ttON RECEIPTof
V - :*7.-v329N.ISWPH!LADA,PA.
EUROPEAN * HOTEL.
315 S. - - Butler, Pa.
ALEX WILLIAMS, Trop'r.
Everything new—Electric ; light,
gas and water.
Lodging 35, 50 and SI.OO.
***Regnlar meals at 25 cts.
Boarding at $1 00 a day. %*
Lunch Counter open all night.
Great Clearance Sale
Trimmed lint" IIIKI Itonnota almoHt
Having a large stock of millinery still on hand, we will sell you
anything in our line less than half price. Come early and secure
bargains at the
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
122 S. r T T p \ DL 1 BUTLE
MAIN ST. '• 1 • 1 PA
Are made to USE and not to ABUSE. You can find nothin
so useful for immediate relief in the Sick Room; nothing so 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 of 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 comi lete line to suit the buyer, whether for
Our facilities for shipping are the best and much the quickest
Send for our complete Catalogue and Price list, mailed free, and order
your goods from
Ao 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
«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.
All are Respectfully Invite
— "Remember our Repairing Department—2o years Experience."-
M ! iOBKNTHAL
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
,03 Ferry St, ... - Pittsburg, Pa
Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies a specialty.
Tria' orders solicited.
One Square Below Diamond Marke
NewM Weekly Tribune
The Butler Citizen
ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF.
■A-ddresH all orders to O.LTl^li«