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[ Pittsburg Exposition j
i NOW OPEN. I
September sth to October 20th,
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OF NEW YORK, 65 PIECES.
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1: a> an ENORMOUS COST to entertain yoo. £3
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' MECHANICAL EXHIBITS NEVER EQUALED
t\ SEB THE
I MUTIATUSE COKE PLABT, %
TYPE BETTING MACHETE,
i ELECTRIO DISPLAY. FISH EXHIBIT, ?|
FRESH MEAT PRESERVING, %
THE LATEST IN V ENTIONB.
MAGNIFICENT ART GALLERY. I
t ADMISSION ADULTS. 25c. A " fUi,road vl
BOOTS and SHOES.
As the time of the year ifl fast drawing near when people are beginning
to prepare for the cold .waves of wioter, 1 make an announcemsnt to intro
duce to you our many new styles for fall and winter wear
Having just 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
&c has been the common topic for conversation during the long hot months
of summer, bat do not let that trouble you. If your corn crop and apple
crop has been a failure that is no reason why you sho«ld not buy just as
good footwear as before. The question now to decide is where can I buy
good substantial footwear for little money? That problem will ba 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' bootses 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 lan year.
Boy's and Youth's boots of all kinds.
Our stock of Ladies' and Misses' every-day shoe 3 ia large
We can give you the selection of a pair oil grain shoai, pur calf BDoes,
pair satin oil shoes in button or lace at SI.OO per pair, and aUj la-ge stock
womens' lace kip shoes, seamless, at reduced prices , . . , ..
Space will not permit me to write about our line of nae «h)j i, but call
and examine, for yourself, our stock of button, la?e and oongre3-s ah J3* rang
ing in price from 90c to $4.00.
Our stock of rubber goods this year is very large, comprising tbe
many different styles ia sbo3B and boots of the following Rubber Co?:
Candee, Boston, Woonsocket, American and Bay State.
Call at oar store when in need of boots and shoes, and secure a pair to
sait yoa at reduced prices.
128 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PENN'A.
T S YOUNG WM. COOPER
ARRIVING-Fall and Winter Goods.
We have the Choicest and Finest Stock of Domestic and 1m
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
lOUHC * COOPER ""a, L
The place to buy
GAS COOKING STOVES AND BURNERS, GAS LAMPS
FIXTURES, HOSE, WATER FILTERS, BATH TUB ENAMEL,
etc, is at
W. IX. O'Brien & Soil's,
107 East Jefferson Street.
\J COLD" HEAD tmm
Ely'* Crtnm Balm u not a liquid, tnvff err p/nrxirr. Applied into the noitril* it it
_ tpiirkig ahwrbfd. It clrirwt the hr id, MUmjt inflammation, heal* _ _
C flu the »rr»i. B»ldhy drungiftA or unt tjy rruUl on receipt of i/riet. C n
DUC ELY BROTHERS. 56 Wyren Street NEW YORK. DUG
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
MeCANDLESS' HEAVJi Ct'KE
1 bare a Heave Cure that will ctire any
cane of heaves in horses in forty days, i}
used according to directions, and if it does
not do what I claim for it, I will refund
the amount paid and no charge* will be
made for tbe treatment. The following
testimonials are the strongest proof of the
Medicine* power to cure:
A. J. MCCAJII>I.KS.I,
Butler, I'a., 1h93. j
MR. A. J. AfcC'ASIILE-S:
On the 2nd day of April, 18 92, I com j
nwneed to use your new cure for one of
my horses that had the heaves very bad,
and continued to use the medicine for
about forty days and the horse did not j
show any signs of a return of them. It 1* |
nor about a year tiuce I quit givin the
med .C\DB ami the horse has never towed j
any -ign* of heaves, and I f«cl xtUiied j
that he is properly cured.
W. C. CiiIBVVKLL,
Bntler, Pa., April 3, 1893.
A. J. UCCA.IDI.KSS:
I nave used your Heave Cure and found
it will do the work if used according to di
reel ions. Tour* truly,
B. J. U' iIII.LIN.
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We GUMMTfE a CURE or refund tour money
TnOfOMI HZOICAL CO., BUTTON, MAM.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Clothing, Hats and
8oit« sold bj other« .for $6.00 our
Soita sold by other* for SB.OO our
Suits Bold by otherH for SIO.OO our
price $8 00.
White Merino Underwear TJOC grade
Grey Merino Underwear 50c; grade
We will Have you 25 per cent. on all
grades of clothing
Call and examine our gocda and
price* whether jou wi«h to
boy or not.
lid S. MAIN ST.
TH E best in vestmen t
in real estate is to keep build
ings well painted. Paint protects
the bouse and saves repairs. \ou
Sometimes want to sell —many i
good house has remained unsci'i
lor want of paint. The rule should
be, though, "the best paint 01
none." That means
You cannot afford to use cheap
paints. To be sure of getting Strict
ly Pure White Lead, look at the
brand ; any of these are safe :
"Armstrong & McKelvy,''
For Colors. —National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
These colors are sold in one-ponnd cans, each
■ ir sufficient to tint sf pounds of Strictly
l ure White Lead be desired snade; they are in
i . -r-e ready-mixed paints, but a combination
<>f perfectly pure colors in the handiest form to
tint Strictly Pure White Lead.
A sood many thousand dollars have been
saved property-owners by having our book ou
pa-T.ine :.nd color-card. Send us a postal card
ar. 1 £<l toth free.
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New Vorlc.
Gerir-an National Bank Buildmc. Pittsbcrg.
Dr. Hniaphreys' fcpeeiflr. are scientifically a»<l
carefully prepared l;eni**iie*, used !■ r year* In
private practice and for over thirty years by Jfce
people will entire suci*ae. Every single fcpectllc
a special cure for the disease named.
They cure without drugging, purgta* or reducing
the system and are In fact and doed the ho» r reign
Remedie. of the World.
1 —Ferera, Congeati cms, Inflammations.. .Ji
2 Worm*, Worm Fever. Worm Colic 25
S—Teething; Colic, Crying. Wakefulness .25
4—Diarrhea, of Children or Adults .*•
7— Cough*. Colds, Bronchitis .25
B—Xenmlgla, Toothache, Faceache 25
•—Headaches, Sick Headache. Vertigo.. .25
lO—Dyaprpnia. BUitusness. Constipation. .25
1 I—*appre*ned or Painful Period* .25
12-\Vbite», Too Profuse l't rlodi . 25
13-C'ronp, Laryngitis, noar&enaw . .25
14—SaK rfhenni, Erysipelas. Eruption* .25
15— menmatloat. Khenmatlc Pains .25
IS-M atari a, Chill*. Fever and Ague
J®— Catarrh. Influenta, Cold in the Dead. .25
♦•—Whooping Coagh 25
•T-Kidney DWe a-en -25
2H— Nervosa Debility 1.00
30— Urinary Weaknes. 25
34 Sore Throat, <<uinr y. Ulcerated Thr-.at .25
HUMPHREYS' WITCH HAZEL OU.,
"The Pile Ointment."-Trial fcize. 25 Cte.
(oil by Prs((lsts, or «t.l ITS, »:U on receipt of priefc
&%. timnif ti Mascai. H4 »
KirUUIa'IKD.CO., 11l A HSWlilUaislW !«!•
Can't Pull Out?
Watch Cases, made by the
Keystone Watch Case Com
pany, Philadelphia. It pro
tects the Watch from the pick
pod: '.. and prevents it from
dropping. Can only be had
with • ises stamped jk
with this trade mark. \-jp
Sold, without extra charge
for this l>ow (ring), through
Watch dealers only.
Ask your jeweler for jiam
phlet, or send to makers.
Nothing Earth Will
Sheridan's Condition Powder!
KEEPS your chickens
SitrOi S i ; . :t'..y , Prevents all Disease.
for Moulttmtf Urns.
it *».«•.! ;t • • r-" HI--:tj <— ■ i.ft»t«l. InT£«3-
MvSSTum.I. L • •;> , .S . . tl,, ro,H- f..uAh m
trtr« •' v i r\t i ■ i "Oimj larjff ou» «aved m»
I", fcer,'' . • v . ■ »yn on-customer.
If >ou « afi*t U' 5 " «riid Co u».
UV r, 1 A 2 1 # ill «-an $1.20. H!i
y • ' ;//»«;/• <7 price
© cenV m - ' ww*- Bewple eupy
Kf ■ x ' ' fr. •-.
„(j/i , MUM.
F fiR PURE RYE
Wines, Brandies, Gins, &c., try
l3'i Water St., (Opp'M-to I!. >t 0. Depot.)
All ioclodinK C. 0. V. orders,
nectirely packed and -hipped promptly.
LipreHK charge* prepaid on all orders ol
SIO.OO or over.
Guaranteed 3 yearn old, $2 00 per iral.
Try it at once. Yon will always ke«p it on
and Strap Work,
and Flv Xets,
and Dealer in
Whips, I)uster%, Trunks and
My Goods arc all r."\v a:: i ii:i!
1 ; r.ti work guaran
Repairing a Specialty.
Opposite Campbell & Templeton's
342 S. Main St., - Hutler, l J a.
60 « •
• GOSSER'S •
. CRriAM GLYCERINE 0
lia [•! ..)• .1 r.rr clin.i/p*-«l tiamln, ~r
• • •' rout# m
m not eseeUou aa a drawing for the tu e
niter l.avim: Sf.iu i<y at _
■venty-five Cents a Bottle.
• 0C>0'»00«3 o®rf 0»
Hnicer>»r» il I y®
lA * flti) p *'4 • r ru, I ioi i> 1 in m cjui
fere always ifly f r Win
In 'J) Hil'ni:.' wltliotif hoilins.
■K f« Is tl.'- wruite
wE jilr—*. cil --l:.!"* tin# fluki,
r WfetMOg Uri.tk-\ tr«<*» «Ufe
FBNSA. SALT M'FO CO
(SHBi (Mm. A«U„ Fhlla., Fa.
Garfield Tea ex
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Dili*. fkunpU* fr»-« (/akFIJUJ'I K4 ' M j ~ l ,V.Y,
Cures Consttp iron
The Location ol Country Roads
The engineer retained by Morris connty
N"ew Jersey, to advise in the formation of
a plan to improro the county roads ha*
come to the conclusion, after a prelimin
ary survey, that half of the money to be
=pent. #525,000, will have to be used in re
locating the road* and in reducing grades
where relocations are not practicable. Had
this not been the case the amount of mon
ey appropriated would have been sufficient
to macadamize one hundred and fifty mile*
of roadway. At prefect the roads in the
county are located in nearly every in
stance precisely where they should not
There are high hill" in Morris county
hills that makes that section of Xew Jer
sey the m >st picturesque portion of the
state, and one of the loveliest in the conn
try. But in the whole county there are few
instances where there is any necessityto take
amain road over any of thesa hills, as there
are valleys in almost every direction which
to the roadbuilder's eye, seem to have been
created for his assistance and convenience.
Notwithstanding this, the most important
' roads at present frequently go directly over
• tue summit" of the hills, and in many ic
| stances the unfortunate horses that draw
j the loads the farmers send to market are
; obliged to draj wogor.s up a twelve and
sixteen j> r K . i.*rile—til tt is. g > op'.iill
1 tsrelvn or sixteen feet in a huudred feet of
i distance. Bad these roads been located
j with intelligence in the first place, the
grade need not in any in*tance have ex
ceeded live per cent, and even then the
first cost wouid not uf been greater than it
was. In roadbuilding the law should cer
lanly require that only engineers of learn
ing and skill be employed, tor the errors «,f
ignorance are nowhere more disagreeably
and expensively perpetuated than in an
improper location of a common country
highway. A road once dedicated to pub
lic use is a fixture for ail time.
When a railroad is to be located the
best engineering talent is obtained. !> at
with a country roai any two or three far
mers are generallj thought to have -kill
enough to determine where it should go.
As a matter of fact, it is more difficult and
requires more skill to properly locate a
country road th.»n to fix tho line for a
railway. The roadbuilder has many more
things to consider than the railway engi
neer. The later makes bis road as nearly
an air line as he can with the means at his
command. He can establish his grades
with deep cuttings and high embankments,
he can havq long trestles, and can tunnel
under the hills, reaching the natural sur
face only at places for stations. But the
roadway engineer has a much more difli
cult problem. Bnttings and embank
ments, except for very short distances, are
oat of the (iue.-tion, and tunnels and tre-
ties entirely inadmissible, for his road
most l>« accessible through pretty nearly
its entire length from both sides, for other
wise it could not be approached by those
who wish to use it. fie must, therefore,
always ke»p very near tho natural >nrface
of tho ground. And yet ho should nut
have much greater latitude in his align
ment than the railway-builder, and in
grades he is also restricted, lor the maxi
mum should neyer be greater than live,
and preferably only fonr per cent. Heavier
grade- are an impediment to traffic which
smooth stone pavements cannot over
come, for only half load* can be hauled
An engineer woo will advise the apcnd
ine of largo sums of money in macadamiz
ing a badly located road, with ten and
twelve per cent, grades, will at the same
time take the responsibility for wasting
the money that is spent on these improve
ments, and will further assist in perman
ently tiling these errors of ignorance made
by the roadbuilders of former generation.-'.
The people in the United States are be
coming more and moro alive to the im
portance of better roads, and here and
there they are taking action in tho mat
ter. It is a good time for them and for all
interested in the subject to consider very
carefully the importance of properly locat
ing the road* that are to be paved with
•tone. Country people are conservative,
and are generally opposed to any radical
changes. A man who has driven over a
certain road for thirty years i* very apt to
be disinclined to see that road changed to
the other side of a hill half a mile away.
Upon the lir»t presentation ho is sure to
object, but such changes will surely have
to he made in the hilly parts of the older
sections of the country. To reduce tlie
grades on the old roads would coft more
than any save a rich community could af
fore to f.pend: simply to pave the old
roads would ho t-, throw away hall ihe
money spent on tho work. In roadmak
irg, as in other thiogs, what is worth do
ing at all is worth being well done.—Har
pers M , d:hj.
Drunkenness, tie Liquor Habit, Pos
ively Cured by adnr.nstering Dr.
lisiiib "Golden Sptcfic."
11 is manufactured as a powder, which
ea. bo given in a gla*n of beer, a cup of
coffee «>r tea.or in food, -vithout 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 hai
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 become an utter
impossibility for the ii juor appetite to ex
ist. Cares guaranteed. 48 page lio'.k <>i
particular* tree. Address, (lolden Specific
Co.. 18T> Race St.. Cincinnati O.
—Seme advanced thinker, say • an ex
change, has syrung a startling scheme up
on an awe- stricken world. It is nothing
less than that ol d >i»-n in o tlie
howls of the earth to got all the heat we
need. If we go far enough, say the ad
vanced thinker, a couple of miles or so,
we shall tap th«* ' enternal heat, of the
earth, and we can pipe i' anywhere we
like, like the heat which passes from
your furnace in the cellar to the regi ters
in the various rooms of your house.
Arnica it Oil Liniment is equally good
for uiHii and be; t. 25 and 50 cents per
—Girl.- are of few day* and full of mis
chief, and whosoever is deceived thereby
is not wise. When the fair girl cheweth
her gum with great haste, and stampeth
her pretty foot, then look out. She Com
eth forth in the evening in low neck and
short sleeves, but in the tntirning she lieth
in bed while her mother hnstleth.
—Thounaads walk the earth to-day who
would be sleeping in its bosom but for he
timely une of Down's Elixir.
A exchange refer* to a death from
cholera morbus as "the end of a fruitful
Rheumatism cured in a day—"Mystic
cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia, radic
ally cures in Ito days. Its action upon
the syrtem is remarkable and mysterious.
It remove at once the cau e and the dis
ease immediately di-appears. The lir*t
do*e greatly benefit«. <;> ct«. Sold by .!. ('
keiiick, druggist, Butler. .
—The smallest woman living to-day is
said to be Mile. Pauline, of Holland, of a
respectable family, who is eighteen years
old, weighs ten pound * and is 1 foot 0
Consuroy,.;', . j •
Ic V,i- t l'k inform ycnrmail,-rp
Hcttl im rn * |>o«ltl ,o raruo&j tur tt>i fttxiva-aaiu' d
dlMiwd. r>; .1 Hi; '1 v urn, Ukmjwui'ls othopA
K-jculmvli a) ui i. J Wi-i! »••• .
to re i.l tw j -jMl' i i fmy nmi'-Iy KRKK to any
rmut- ra •» , > hx.a cari"iDi|iti«ri If tl.-y v.,.1
wuil Ibifli ftncl If. O. iil'lnm. J^',f^ri
%Uj. r a. alsx;i;u. m 0.. isi i'«n jjl. s. y.
The Petrified Forests of Arizona.
In one of the meetings of Ae American
Fore-try Association held in Brooklyn
lately Dr. Horace C. Hovey, of Newbury -
port, Massachusetts showed by specimens
and by views the petrified forests of Ari
zona. This great tract of agatized wood,
tion ot'Corrizo and Adamannas on the At
lantic and Pacific railroad, in Arizona, and
1 resembles an immense K frying camp with
huge trunks thrown abjut. The largest
are ten feet in diameter many of them
severed as evenly as though cut up by a
cross-cut saw. and the sections vry from
disks like cartwheels to logs thirty
and more feet long, ilany ot the petrified
logs have been broken into glittering frag
ments bv action of the weather and by In- ;
dians and tourists, and by every footfall
the traveler steps upon a mosaic ot carnt
lian, agate, jasper, toptz, onyx and ame
thyst. A petrified trunk 150 feet long
spans a cannon, and is snowa as the Agate
Bridge. The name Chalcedony Park has
been given to the tract. Curiosity hunters,
manufacturers and speculator are rapidly
destroying its beauties, and recently a
company proceeded to pulverize the chips
and logs, the powder to be used in the
place of einery. Car loads of the petrHied
wood are being shipned away for this u.-e,
and Dr. Hoviy aiv 'ate< the -sving and
protection of t .ese dead foi -is as a public
reservation by the government.
vVhat Cause J t he Hard Times.
Judge Hab'jard, of lowa, says it is the
existence of private corporations
George Gould nays it is the hostility to
The farmer says it is the low price of
The silver men say it is the action of
Wall street says it is the action of the
The manufacturer says it is the fear of
The consumer says it is the tariff.
The debtor says it is the creditor.
The creditor says it is the debtor.
Tne Democrat says it is thi Kepubli
The Itepublicans say it i> the Demo
The Populists saj it is both.
The Prohibitionists <ay it is whi.»ke)\
The Preachers say it is the devil.
Now what is your idee?
The merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla is prov
en by many wcnderlul cures it is accom
—That the country "weekly'' for ms
goodly part of the foundation of journal
ism is shown by the fact that of 22,000
newspapers in the United States 15.000
are issued from country towns. These
country papers circulate each week about
50,000,000 copies. More than 40,000 per
sons are dependent directly upou them for
support, and the offi'-e equip.uent is worth
—The couple who were married in the
Ferris Wheel last summer when it was
at its highest altitnde have got down to
everyday lifo on earth and now want a
—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 bottle ot a valuable
remedy for the small price of 25cts , and
warrant every bottle to give satisfact
ion or money r funded
Deer and quail are very plentiful in
Texas. Old settlers say that both are
thicker than for 15 years past.
—Bather than suffer for bread Samuel
Dukedell stole pie, and Samnel has wrap
ped the drapery of his indigestion about
bini and gone to the workhouse.
—Frosts and drought have cut short the
cranberry crop for this year. The owners
of the Massachusetts cranberry boic< are
holding their cranberries at $8 per barrel
on board the cars.
—The London Post office requires men
to have every nnsoand tooth in their heads
pulled out before they are eligible for em
ployment as postmen. The other day an
unfortunate girl clerk was condemned to
have f'>ur r eaa t-iith extracted bafore sh'j
was eligible for promotion.
—For a mild cathartic and efficient ton
ic, use Boxter's Mandrake Bitters. Every
Mathematical experts have abont
figured out that it will cost the average
family from $5.50 to $6.50 more per i ear
for their sugar since the Sugar Trust cap
tured Congress and the Administration.
The exact figures will be worked ont and
pat at the members ofCongres , who voted
for the gigantic sell out anl ;wi"d!e on
the consumer. The whole outfit of politi
cal jobbers ami busksterers will lie sick of
the nam<» of sugar before they're done with
Heart IHHCIW lUliiicd in 30 Minutes.
Dr. Agnew'a Cure lor the 11( art gives
perfect relief in all cases of Organic or
Sympathetic Heat Disease in 30 minutes,
and speedily effects a cure. It is a peer
less remedy fir Palpitation, Shortness ot
Breath, Smothering Spells, Pain in Left
Side and all symptoms of a Diseased Heart.
One dose convinces. _Sold by City l'iiar
—Egotism may be tough to others but is
tender of itself.
—Some men are so fond of .<ympathy as
to like afli' ti in.
—A chil l loves a noi-i and a fool, a
Kings are children that use kuils for
Pre -nt vexations often Hiring lutnro
—A rash enemy is more n-eful than a
t mid friend.
—Livery stable keepers should always
keen Arnica <t Oil Linimen- in the ital lo
nothing like it lor horses.
—Now th it the income tax is in good
W"iking order get out jour little old in-
C one and prepare to have it in-peete I.
Although the Esquimaux are depend
ent upon the sen for Wuat they eat and
weer, none of thein know how to swim.
This seems strange at first, but the til) ' te
ry lessees when it i** known tii.kt the tem
perature of the water in the region where
they live is never above the freezing point
—He went fishing and when he came
back a friend met him.
"Did you catch anjthing!" lie iiskcd
j ist as anybody would ba\e done.
' No,'' in <t tone of scorn.
"Well," exclaimed the friend, 'you are
truthful, anyhow, which all fishermen are
"As to that," responded the fisherman,
"perhaps you might b:tv«» called t'leni ii«h, j
but 1 wouldn't. The biggest one I got
weighed only 12 pounds
Hotels and Depots,
W S. 1M uow ii,,e |
! of between Ui<> Itutol* *nd j
depots of tho town.
Charon reasonable. I elepliOD#
No. 17, or leuvo ordi rn »t Hot#
t i ootl Liven ii'g Coiiiieelioii
Our entire stock of Spring and Summer Foot wear. We're jroinir to clear
out our stock of Tan Shoes. Every style and description of Oxfords will
go in the sale. A large lot of Lidie.-s Hand Turn Shoes will be sold 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 Djagola Oxfords were SI.OO aud $1 2b to go j
at GOcts. |
Ladies Vici Kid Oxfords, Square or Poiu'.ed Patent Tips will go at SI.OO
and $1.25, Prices of which were $1.75 an i $2.00. Ladies lJongola and
Vici Kid Shoos were $3.25 at $-2 00 per pair.
A large lot of McKav sewed and Hand Turned Shoes in sizss 2V, 3 aud
3prices on which were $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 This entire lot will go at
! $1 50per pair
Misses DoDgola Patent Tip Sho»s at 85ets. per pair.
CLildrens I>ongola Patent Tip Sh ;es at 50. - ts per pair
Mens $2 00 Tan Shoes at $1.25 per pair
Metis Pieadilly Bluchers in Tan Shoes were $2.50 per pair will go at $1 . 0
So on throughout our entire stock of Summer Footwear. Goods will be
sold without reserve at les.- than the cost of their making.
Call und see these Bargains whether you wish to buv or Dot
AL RUFF. , ,
And everything in horse and tur-
goods-Harness, Collars, AVhips,
Dusters, Saddles, etc.
Also trunks and valises.
Repairing done on short notice.
"The largest assortment ot 5-A tiorse
blankets in town will be found at
FRAN K KEM PK HS,
124 S. MAIN ST., BUTLER. PA.
CLARK'S SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
Every young man anil 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 s ire time an 1 msr> :y by att.M ling o:ie oftheia schoo Is
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, MODERN BUSINESS
OFFICES, EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.
Write to D. G. CLARK, President, New Castle, I'a., or F. G.
JOHNSTON, Secretary, Butler, Pa.
DIAMONDS |Binhs, i:\u niN'<;.s. nss BTcus
WATC r ;KXTS ,iOU '' ' V;Nrs''sl'lA'EU. L.VDIKS CHATLAIN.
V V -dXV VC* T if* XT" > cold Plii". Kar Kin;-). Uln -
hM JLs. WU Ju3 />» JL I Chains, bracelets. Etc.
xmrfar, TtttT it 75* • Tea Sets. Castors. Butter Dishes an:l Everything
£* A. JL« V .C* xk. WW Jit Hit ( that can be found In » ttrst class store.
RODGER PROS. |874 } kn,vks forks h, ' l % n lC s .plkpi. A T K .
E. GRIEB. jeweler.
No 139, Worth Main St.. 8 JTLF.R, FA.,
Shou Id every one, if ill need of a pure
stimulant for medical purposes, go to 188
Federal St? Hecause he will (ind the
largest stock to .-elect from at lowest prices.
Tho Rye Whiskies are all from tho largest
and best known di illerie-i and sold at tho
following price: 2-year-old at per
gallon; 3-year old at $2.25; 4-year-old at
fe.so; <i year-old at $3.50; 8-year-old at
14 50; 10 and 12-year-old at £5.50; St. Hel
ena, California, oldest and best, selected
wines, 10 brands dry and sweet, at tfl 50
per gallon; Rhine wine, imp. Sherry, Mad
eira, Port and Cognacs, at lowest figures
No extra charg - for packing. Call or send
for prico list at
188 FEDERAL ST. ALLEGHENY.
Telephone No. 549.
~r\ DOCTORS LAKE
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LL-'- R Cor. J»c« b .-a. A:IO Fourth BT.
J -*>f\ \ AtlfOi unof mi'! Cmn
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•J '• •• \f"W f i:ii:XTI/ir, aii'l ' ri I :• -M<
ication are ip ■ !■' i tins )'i
t-y with a nieces arely attained. Dr. b
U Li'iCli • member of llie ICov.il Colli it Ihy
I. I, .dSurgeo.c, r-nd Is the l«-i ami til
fxpwionrcd SPICK us. .a thacity Spec'alaf
■ i i.> lon fiivcn to N r.-vous l>,-billtj i»om c*
m id exertion, tndisuieiloa ox youth, etc., ca .
j r., ~ln-leal and mental C'.< ajr,l.-.ets of ■ neiyy,
.. ' v, <■:<•.; iilj-oi ." 1 "• ■■' i;
( I I,l'aniatlKin, ainl all Ji eaof th l : skin,
.1.! !.„»►, t'i lnarv Orp:r. . < n :.ltat:.in
, a.:.1 ir-tly ci.uiH i"--t"
I . I ,to K !■. M.; fin ii' lay-. Sf" '
! a. often or a !-!ii lib-. > v
~,s 1' i .VNDi'i'ithT-J i i :-::t i:<.ll I"A
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VITAL!;:, . '
I'ruilwi h tkt Aliovc UfKiilln i;» !JO l*ar- It acta
po vcrfuliy ati'l '|>ii< !.ly. < t • wl.« *i -'l otl»«T8
FAIL Young wen will regain th< .1* lo it manhood,
dii'i ol<l in< 11 will recover th< !»■ yon hful vigor
hy 11 ug VITALIS. H'r . -lyn
i : v,l ..' .. lin poteicy,
Nightly Km - .. i - I I' • I «!
ory, W i> • . . • , «.r •< .1
alms'- or cxccm and Indiscretion. Wiraf M
inMuriity and conutAptidn. »». t f, n having
]K'f f . liy >• ■il !f 1.00 I•i' i• ::.i or 'i < f
«lll« a t- writlcn uu;ir«nlre t<» <«Jf'
or rt t'uiKl tin- m« »>. ». ' • 1 Addr :■ J
CAl.t IU .UKI»lf Ui»rag«, 10.
I City Pharmarv
$70.00 Per Month
i-'or T hers. Students Minister*, or Ladies,
a iy one who i> active, pushing, and a yood
talker We want a icpn -.entative in every
county. Would prefer one who could give
his '.r ).' t whole time to the work ; but spare
If you have
a team, so much the better. Space will not
pcimit u t" (jive details here; but if you v.ill
drop 11. a laic we will write you fully. This
i; a rare opportunity, the work is pleasant and
honorable, the remuneration large, the busi
ii' j No capital required. No
?.W.ZIEGL ER & C0.(B«» <7> j.l'hilad. Ij.hia.
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« n , tmi »«-• tor wivottUiiiu **t i •»»««•
>j Scrutinize closely a!t your purchases; tb"re
r are eouuterfeiui and Iraltatton-i beln« sold.
. I You ean save trouble by buying from us,
1 and our prices are as low, or lower, than
t any house In ttie city.
I Wines and Liquors.
1 ISuyliis vines anil liquors is entirely a mat
ter o( eontlilenee, as in no ether avenue is
- iphlstu t'lon emier. We appreciate our
reMionslblllty, and assure v m that none
will leave our more but what l-i KUaranteed
perfeetly pure aitd the beat obtainable.
Our Export Whiskey.
1« a perfect stimulant and sold at a reason
able prli i'.
Full Quart, sl., Six Quarts, $5.
In their original purity. No Utter tonle for
delicate men or liked men or women
Full Quart, 50c. 12 Quarts, $5.
Mall and express orders shipped promptly.
JOS. FLEMING SON,
412 Market St., PITTSBURG, Pa.
' 3 Are a symptom of Jaundice,
j rj Dyspepsia,Constipation,Bil
tjiousness, Liver Complaint.
I DR. BAXTER'S MANDRAKE
I will cure the disease and re
| move yellowness from skin
B and eyes. Warrantee, to cure.
1 Sold everywhere at ct . per bottle.
"1111—111 iwiiii»ii ii 1i» 1 —s— y——
for hulo hy J. C. Iledlck
315 S Miiin.St , - - Uutlcr, J'a
ALEX WILLIAMB, Prop'r.
Everjtbinjf n ,>w —Electric 1
gas and wntur.
J* Ludging .'ir), 50 nntl SI.OO.
mvaly at 2i> cts.
Board if g at $1 00 a day. %*
•: Liturh Counter opua ull tii^bl.
I 10. ( -rum!
Hricder of Thoroughbred Poultry
HALL, YORK CO., PA.
Will Fell «ggH lor batching from
line itluck Minorcau, ludian (lumen,
BulT Legboros, Uatred and Wbitc
Plymouth Korku, and lloudans at $1 i
per setting; White Indian Qamea $. r > j
Old atnl young stock for Bale at
Great Clearance Sale
Trlmmecl lint* mtd tionn«Ax ulmoht
Having .1 large stock of millinery still on hand, \vc will sell you
anything in our line less than half price. Come early and secure
bargains at the
LEADIN-i MILLINERY HOUSE
MAW IT. D- T- PAPg^g
Why Do You
Because this is the season of rainy weather,
jof chills and dampness, when the system is li
able to be attacked by cold and pneumonia, if
not fortified by some good whiskey as a stimu
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT
Its timely use will save many a doctor bill and much nursery.
Kleins Silver Age, Duquesne and Bear Creek
Ryes are Guaranteed t; be Absolutely Pure.
They are in general use in hospitals throughout the country t and
are being prescribed by the best physicians.
Max Klein has been engaged in the wholesale
liquor business for the past 25 years and has
gained a reputation for handling PURE
LIQUORS ONLY and his name on a bottle of
whiskey is a guarantee that it is ABSOLUTE
Here are a few prices of his well-known
Silver Age Rye \ $1 50 per full quart.
Duqusne " 1 25 " " "
Bear Creek " 1 00 " " "
Finch , , .
- o years old 1 00 " " •'
(jibson / J
Guckenheim r, 4 years old 75 " " "
Anchor 50 " " "
Send for a complete catalogue and price list of all kinds of wines
and liquors mailed free, to
Distil lei* and Wholesale
> o 82 Federal /-t.. Alleghitny, Pa
.Jew clry-S i I ver ware- -('locks,
Purchasers can save from 25 to 50 per
«ent by purchasing their watches, clock
and spectacles of
J. R. GRIEB, The Jeweler,
N T o. 125 N. Main St., Duffy Block
Sign of Electric Bell and Clock.
All are Respectfully Invitcr
—"Remember our Repairing Department? —20 years Experience. -
IVI ! OSKNTHAL
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
c . Pittsburg, Pa
5(13 Perry bt , *
Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies a specialty.
Tria 1 orders solicited.
One Square Below Diamond Mark e
The Butler Citizen
ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF.
.A ddre.ss ail orders to I I LK (J l/l 1 1 K.N"