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[Pittsburg Exposition j
I NOW OPEN. i
September sth to October 20th,
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THE GREATEST MILITARY BAKD IN AMER»CA, HA* b« n er^agvd
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MAQNIFICENT ART GALLERY. M
BOOTS and SHOES.
AB the time of the year is fast drawing near when people are beginning
to prepare for the cold waves of winter, I make an announcement to intro
dnce to yon our many new styles for fall and winter wear.
Having jast returned from the large Bhoe centre of Massachusetts,
where I purchased a large fall stock, I am now prepared to show better
Btyleß and eell goods lower than ever before. 'iDry Weather,' ' Drouth,
Ac has been the common topic for conversation during the long hot months
of summer, but do not lot that trouble you. If your corn crop and apple
crop haa 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
eood substantial footwear for little money ? That problem will bs 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 full stock of the celebrated Jameatown Boot in plain toe
and box and can sell you them 75c per pair cheaper than last year
Boy'a and Youth's boots of all kinda.
Our Btock of Ladies'and Misses'every-day shoes is large.
We can give you the selection of a pair oil grain abo<M, piir calf shoes,
pair satin oil shoes in button or lace at SI.OO per pair, and als* large stock
womens' lace kip shoes, seamless, at reduced prices.
Space will not permit me to write about our line of fioe shosi, but call
aud examine, for yourself, our stock of batton, lace and oongreas 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 Cot:
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 "Sma// Profits and
T & COOPBR BUTL fe,
The place to buy
GAS COOKING STOVES AND BURNERS, GAS LAMPS
FIXTURES, HOSK, WATER FILTERS, BATH TUB ENAMEL,
etc is at
W 11. O'Brien «fc Son's,
107 East Jefferson Street.
* HAY- FEVER fr/gl
U COLD-HEAD BMM
Ely'i Cream Balm ie not a liquid, muff or powder. Applied into the noitrilt it U
_ quickly dbeorbed. It cUaneee the Mad, milayt inflammation, heal* _
Ely M theeoree. Bold by druggixt* or tent by mail on receipt of price. Cfl /*
3UC ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren Street NEW YORK. DUG
"A HAND SAW IS A COCO ~_f ..
18 THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEAN IN*;.
MeCANDLESS' HEAVE CUKE
1 have a Heave Cure that "will care any
ease of heave* In homes in forty 'lays, il
IMII according to directions, and if it does
not do what 1 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
■•dictate power to cure:
A. J. MCCAHDLKKS,
Butler, Pa., 1893.
Ilk. A. J. McCAKDLKSS:
On the 2nd day of April, 1892, I com
menced to use your new cure for one of
" T my horse* that had the heave* very Lad,
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 wince I qnit givin the
med\c'\ne and the horite ha* never sowed
any signs of heaves, and 1 feol stisfied
that he is properly cured.
W. C. CRIDWKLL,
Butler. Pa., April 3, IW>3.
A. J. MCCAHDLBS*
I have used your Heave Cure and found
it will do the work if used according to di
rections. Your* truly, " '
R. J. MCMILLIN.
SPEEDY and Ut TXINO RESULTS.
I'-j* l* 1 "
2 from any injurio issubittan \ thilfc. #
A AJICXXOT MUCOID.
We GIMBANTtE a CURE or refund tour money.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Clothing, Hats and
Saits sold by others for sft.oo our
price $4 50
Suiu eold bj others for SB.OO our
price s<> 00.
Suits sold by others for SIO.OO our
price $8 00.
White Merino Underwear 500 grade
Grey Merino Underwear 50J grade
We will s»ve you 25 per cent, oa all
grades of clothing
Call and examine our goods and
prices whether you wish to
bay or not.
THE RACKET STORE
120 8. MAIN ST.
T N paint the best is the
A cheapest. Don't be misled by
trying what is said to be "just as
good," but when you paint insist
upon having a genuine brand of
It costs no more per gallon than
cheap paints, and lasts many times
Look out for the brands ofWhite
Lead offered you ; any of the fol
lowing are sure:
Armstrong & McKelvy,"
FOR COLORS. —National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
These colors are sold In one-pound cans, each
can being sufficient to tint 15 pounds of strictly
Pure White Lead the desired snade; they are in
no sense ready-mixed paints, feut a combination
of perfectly pure color* in the handiest form to
tint Strictly Pure White Lead.
A good many thousand dollars have been saved
property-owners by having our book on painting
and color-card. Send us a postal card and get
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
German National Bank Building, Pittsburg.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with XXtffipllTOyS
Witch Easel 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, Ulcers, Old
Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald
Head. It is Infallible.
It Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREASTS
and Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
It Cures SALT RHEUM, Tetters, Scurfy
Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters,
Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes, 25c., 50c. and SI.OO.
Bold by Druggist*, or MM post-paid on rsceiptof pri««.
■IIFHEIYS' «D. CO., 11l a I<> KIIB.- Tmk.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Can't Pull Out?
Watch Cases, made by the
Keystone Watch Case Com
pany, Philadelphia. It pro
tects the Watch from the pick
pocket, and prevents it from
Can only be had
with cases stamped JK
with this trade mark. |gf
Sold, without extra charge
for this bow (ring), through
Watch dealers only.
Ask your jeweler for pam
phlet, or send to makers.
JSothln? Earth Will
Sheridan's Condition Powder!
KEEPS YOUR CHICKENS
Btrorz and Healthy ; Prevent* all Dißeaae.
Good for Moulting Hens.
It t» *b».l.it.-lf rnro. nitrhly roncentrated. IngS*»-
tlty co»ct« tenth of &•« nt .1 (lay- Ko other **
11 rang. Strii-i iv * I'Jno. " One Unre enn Baw*iime
$lO, nend fix f«> l»r» v?ut linup, says one customer.
If you can't gel It Mend to u*.
We mail «»nr wick Five 81 A 11.I 1 .* 0 * J?**
can* »£ On exi»r-~ !* .'t litultry Railing (>uide, price
ii cent! fn-t »••!. *. "or.hr» or more. Sample copy
ot Tut pr«r "'I'M r«v ' • iM.ii -«*»it fr»*.
j("i jxbos <«, i *i ,;m tii t m Horn* St.. Horton, Mun
Imi't ncrcHM.iry to convince pru
dent p»i>!>ln lliut mi impure
whlakey In the al< It room 1*
worse thun non at all. Keep
on the i ufc o, liy buying an
article t!i -i. h » met public ap
proval for 10 j e-ir.-i. Olil Export
has donetlils 11 little betler thun
any otlier viil«k< y In the mar
ket. It In guaranteed 8 years
old, Is mnootli, pure und palata
Full Quarts, SI.OO ;
Six Quarts, f 5.00.
M&U and ex prosit order* .shipped
promptly, und we pay express
charge* on ull orders of SIO.OO
Jos. FLEMING <& SON.
412 MARKET STREET.
Cotoplet* Frloe Lists of Wines and Liquor*
FOR PURE RYE
Wines, Brandies, (iins, Ac., try
130 Water St.. (Oupmoie B. &. 0. Depot.)
All good*, including C. 0. I), ordern,
Heearely packed and xhipped promptly.
KxpreHA charge!* prepaid on all order* ol
SIO.OO or over.
Guaranteed :t years old. $2.00 per gal.
Try it at ouce. Vou wiil alwayn ke«p it on
I * * # QOSSER'V * * I
ha* no e<jual for chapped bands, Jlps or
0 face, or anv rouKfnu-ss of the skin, and 0
Is not excefleu as a dressing for the face
after shaving. Sold by druggists at Q
■venty-flve Cents a Bottle,
* I EWIS 98 % LYE
I FOWTSBD AVd PZZTVMID
Thestronn*«i and f.y#
twulrt. t'nllko olhvr Lye. 11 bciiur
Ua Hue powder and i>at k< d In » <ai
w W ) t n removable lid the coutents
are alwayn r«-a<ly for u*A. Wlu
make the beet i*<rfumM Hard Boap
In 2U minuten withoot bolllnflr.
It Is Cl«« beet forclf&nftlug waate
mm pipea. disinfecting alnka, clo<Mt^
II waehiug Ijotticft, palntH, troee, etc.
PENH A. BAIIT M'FQ CO
boa. X'Mla., I'a.
aPa r*2 i\ ' < "P 0k u Ovirromflfc
m 11 el C^'4.
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Cures Constip tion
An Inventive Genius.
The tramp had been so encouraged by
receiving a whole pie one day at a cer
tain house on Third street that he be
came a nuisance by his frequent visits,
and at last the lady of the house turned
him down peremptorily. Then it was he
sought revenge. Coming again the next
day he was met by a firm refusal.
' I only come," he said, whiningly, "to
see if yon couldn't give me another pie
like that one you gave me before."
"No I can't, and I wouldn't if I could,"
snapped the lady, "and if yon don't go
away I'll call the policeman."
"Don't do that, lady," he replied, as
he started off. "I don't mean no harm;
I was jast thinkin' if you could give me
another pie I'd put it with that other
one I've saved and then I'd steal an old
bicycle frame and fix myself up so I
could go around a good deal easier than
Thus do we see that others besides re
publics are ungrateful.
—Four drummers sat in front of th e ho
tel telling ghost stories and an occasional
lie, when a youth very mach intoxicated
passed by, held up by a friend who was
hustling him out of sight of the police.
"That's a fine jag," remarked one drum
mer. "Yes, he is certainly tangled," said
another. "Reminds me of my last at
tempt in that direction,''said the third.
"What was itf" asked the fourth. "Well,
I'll tell you," said No. 3. "It five
years ago, and since then I have not drank
anything. I came with my trunks and
put in a fall day's work, and prepared
to take a rest in the evening. I was
pretty tired and thought one drink would
about fix me, so I took one, and it was
a corker. You fellows know the old
story. One wasn't enough and it took an
other, and then another and then some
more. At the end of my string I couldn't
walk, bat I thought I could. I wandered
out on the street and in going over a cross
ing I made a misstep. Of the subsequent
proceedings I know nothing. I had on a
brand new suit of clothes. The knees
were torn sut of the trousers, the coat
was caked with mud, my high hat was
smashed, my shoes were cut, my watch
smashed, the watch chain broken, I lost
my keys, and I was the most disreputable
looks wreck you ever saw. Laid in bed
four days. When I got out again I said I
had quit. So I have. That boy that just
went by here with the woosy legs will
quit some day." And the other three
drummers looked at each other and softly
whistled "We've been there before."
—Costivness is the cause of the intoler
able "bad breath" of multitudes. Dr.
Henry Baxter's Mandrake Bitters remove
the cause and prevent the evil, and cost
only 25 cents.
—A recipe to keep one from getting fat
is now going the rounds, as follows:
"Eat no foods containing starch or sug
ar. Drink nothing at meal time. Take
at le&st one cold bath a day. Walk, row
or ride an honr a day, taking the exer
cise vigorously enough to excite perspira
tion." That's probably an effective pre
scription. In other words, squeeze about
all the fun oat of your daily life, ai.d de
vote most of your time to keeping it
squeered out, and you'll be Slim Jim in
stead of Fatty Sam or Beefy Bill. Anoth
er simple plan would be tojoin the Chinese
army and fight for the Chinese pay of $1
per month and rations exclusively of rice.
—Pare blood is necessary to enjoy good
health, Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies the
—Matches ought soon to be cheaper
than evor. Edwin Gould has the con
trolling interest in a new company that
owns a patent machine capable of turn
ing out twenty-five million matches where
the Diamond Company, the present mono
poly, can only put out two million, and at
less than a quarter of the cost.
—"Some of these French dolls," sajs
the philosopher, "can be made to kneel
and say their prayers better than most
—The history of Down's Elixir is identi
fied with the history of New England for
the last fifty years. It cures coughs and
—A short time ago, says thb Louis
ville Courier-Journal, a young lady was
troubled with a boil on her knee, which
grew so bad that she thought it neces
sajy to call in a physician. She had form
ed a dislike for the family physician, so
her father suggested several others, and
finally said that he would call in the phy
sician with the homopathic case, who pass
ed the house every day. They kept a
sharp lookout for him, and when he came
along he was called in. The young lady
modestly showed hira the disabled mem
ber. The little man looked at it and said:
"Why, that's pretty." "Well," she said,
' what must I dot" "It I were you," he
answered, "I would send for a physician.
I'm a piano-tuner."
—Steer clear of sympathetic people
when you have a trouble, or if you are
not careful you will tell them more than
yon intend to.
—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 causa and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits. 7o cts. Sold by J. C
Kediclt, druggist, Butler.
—By oflering a year's subscription for
the belt six ears of corn left at his oflice
the editor of a Western paper is getting
his crib filled for nothing.
—All the gambling houses of Chicago
h»ve been cloved by the mayor and will
stay closed —till they open again.
—Spectacled Tourist (In Kansax)—are
there any fossils in this vicinity?
Prominent Citizen—Yes; for instance,
there is old man Ifawbuck. lie prayed
for two weeks for wisdom from on high to
direct him how to vote, and then went and
voted the Populist ticket
Drunkenness, the Lijuor Habit, Poi
lvely Cured by adinrnatering Dr.
H tines "Golden Specfic."
"It is manufactured as a powder, which
can be given iu a glass of beer, a cup ol
coffee or tea,or iu food, without the know
ledge of the patient. It is absolute!)
harmless, and will affect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether the patient is a mod
erate drinker or aa alcoholic wreck. It ban
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 uttei
impossibility tor the liquor appetite to ex
ist. Cures guaranteed. 48 page book oi
Particulars tree. Address, Oolden Specific
0.. lHf> Race St.. Cincinnatti O.
—Uev. F. A. Miller, pastor of the Metho
dist Church at Farley, lowa, drove over
to Cascade to witness the races there.
He became so excited that bis uiiud gave
way. He has a fancy for last horses and
—The grave ol Eve is visited by over
40,000 pilgrims each year. It is to be
seen at Jeddah, in a cemetory outside the
city wails. The tomb is 50 cubits long
and 12 wide. The Arabs believe that Eve
was the tallest woman who ever lived
t'c Trt_ iDTroit: Hooac inform year j-uauli.-n
tii-it 1 u»v« m (XMIU/U ruuioUy fur lt.j tU.vo u&iual
■lueiuio. b; X Uluely uno Uiouaaud* of liupalow
■w II*TO t < -a penaau«iiilj cm« 4. I UI.LL' Ui glaa
to Hjd IWJ .• j-ilort of ray mm«dy FKEK to aoy ot
your roiuUra *t , j hav« eonwiinptiou if they will
Mud ute Utati JUjpr*u »u4 V. O. ultima*. IWjx-t-
T. A. aLuWU. M. 0.. I*l Faarl ic. *. 1.
The Horrible Maxim Gun.
Maxim guns were used aboard our iron
clads daring the recent naval manoeuvres.
A correspondent describes their use as
follows: The storm of ballets from them
cat the water like the rain on the advano- I
ing edge of a tropical squall. With one .
of those guns a gunner of very moderate
skill can, at 500 yards range, cat down an J
ordinary park paling almost as neatly as j
a workman can do the business on the j
spot with an axe, and it is, therefore, not
astonishing that most of the targets re
cently, small though they were, quickly
disappeared. To the horrible noise made '
by a Maxim the correspondent knows of j
nothing that is comparable, except perhaps j
the sound made by steam blowing of at
enormous pressure from the safety valve
of a big boiler.
—The people of Erie propose to cele
brate their centennial anniversary next
—Do not throw loose paper on the
streets, for horses are likely to be scared
—Do not longer put off fall advertiseing,
unless you wont to drop out of the proces
—Arnica A Oil Liniment is the bast
remedy known for stiff joints.
—A Missouri man, whose wife was killed
l>y the train while walking along the rail
road track with him near Sc. Joseph, has
brought a claim for #lO damages against
the company, pathetically pleading, "she
was a good wife and her cooking could not
be equaled in the State of Missouri, she
was worth all of that to me, and I think
von ought to pay."
—This country now has 18 regularly in
corporated cremation societies, and dur
ing ten years 3,000 cremations have taken
—There are 48 different materials used
in constructing a piano, from no fewer
than 10 different countries, and employing
45 different bands.
—Here is a new lottery scheme adopted
by a London restaurant: A small casket
contains a £5 note. Each customer is
given a key, but only one of the whole lot
will unlock the casket. The man who has
the key that fits gets the prize.
—Whiskers and pumpkin pie are ripen
—The man who sits in a poker gamb
should expect pot luck.
—Sometimes it's easier to raise whiskers
than the price of a shave.
—The idiot with the college yell will
soon begin to get in his tine work.
—Scribbler —"How is your farce comedy
coming along?" Scrawler —"It's practic
ally finished. All I want now is a plot."
Now docs the crafty old M. I).
Rejoice in autumn, sad and sere;
He rubs his hands in ghoalish glee,
Because the foot ball season's here.
Heart Disease Believed in 30 Minutes.
Dr. Agnew's Cure for the Hort 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 fjr Palpitation, Shortness of
Breath, Smothering Spells, Pain in Left
Side and all symptoms of a Diseased Heart.
One dose convinces. Sold by City Phar
—ln 'the new S2O counterfeit silver cer
tificate Daniel Manning's moustache has
stub ends, instead of curling as in the
genuine. Little points like these are
—More than half a million dollars was
realized from two days sale of silks just
ended in New York. The 8,200 pieces
were taken by an army of buyers all over
the country, which, business men declare,
is a sure f-ign that times are bound to be
brighter, as the empty shelves must be re
—A Virginia woman, being alraid that
she could not remember the respective
ages of her large family, kept a bottle lor
each child, and every birthday dropped a
pea in to keep the reckoning.
A New York woman who loaned an
other 80 cents on wearing apparel has
been arrested on complaint of the borrow
er for doine a pawn broker's business with
out a license. This is certainly a mighty
mean way of paying old debts.
—Bloodhounds were put in use in bunt
ing down the last gang of train robbers in
Missouri, and every express company
might advantageously have a pack of
—Colonel Breckinridge WAS receutiy
making a speech before a body of admiring
constiuents, and finished an impassioned
bnr»t of Keutucky orat >ry thus: "I am
going away to leave you. my friends, but
I won't be long gone. I am going to
London, and will remain iu England 'or 2
months." And just then a brass band
near the platform began to play, "God
save the Queen."
—"Men." said Sharpe, ' may be divided
'nto two classes--knaves and lools."
"That's a pretty bright remark," said
Uncle Silas; "any man who takes you for
a fool is mistaken."
It is unnecessary
to bore you with the
advertisement of our
largest stock, best
business, etc. You
know we have that.
The important an
We will Positively save
you Money on your
Our stock tables
are resplendent with
the newest patterns.
Reopened and now ready for tie
accommodation of the traveling pub
Everything in first-class style.
MRS. MATTIE REIHING, Owner.
M. H. BROOKS, Clerk.
Our entire stock of Spring and Summer Foot wear. We're going to clear
oat oar stock of Tan Shoes. Every style and description of Oxfords will
go in the sale. A large lot of Ladies 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 1)6 Glad to Buy.
Ladies Patent Leather and Dongola 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. 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 sizes
3i, prices on which were $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 This entire lot will go at
Misses Dongola Patent Tip Shoes 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 go at SI.OO
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 you wish to buy or not.
Shoe Dealer. AL RDFF. s. Main St.
And 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 assoi'tment 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 an 1 m3;i :y by attending one schoa 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 RINGS. EAR RINGS. gC4Rr pINB STUDS.
WATCHES 1 GENTS' GOLD. L^^'^- EK LADIES' CBATLAIN
JEWELRY Gold J ins, ~ar King's, Bracelets _ Etc _
OT* Trcin TWF 11 1* Tea Sets. Castors. Butter Dishes and Everything
SVXJu W CIH WW X*.XV Ala / that can be found in a first class store.
RODGER BROS. 1874 > KNIVES. FORKS. SI 00^f IpLE pLAXE .
P POTTER THE
LL( . V.JIYIIZ/D, JEWELER.
No 139, North Main St., B JTLEB, PA.,
Shou Id every one, if in need of a pure
stimulant for medical purposes, go to 188
Federal St! Because he will find the
largest stock to select from at lowest prices.
The Kye 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 packing. Call or send
for price list at
188 FEDERAL ST. ALLEGHENY.
Telephone No. 549.
( "S DOCTORS UvKli
km I I'KI .1 TE IHSPKNSART.
1X.... JN COR. PENT. AVE. AND FOURTH ST..
■JFLKFIP. PITTSBURGH, PA. „
IHK \ All forinsof Delicate and Cnm
plicated Diseases reijmiincCoN.
RNIKSTIAL aadSciKNTiric Med
iciilioii are treated at tlua Dis
(icn-:iry with a miccest -arely attained. I>r. S.
K. I.akc Is •• member of the Itovul Collide of I tiy
iiciaes and Burgwuu:, and Is the ol lest and niost
exiwrienced SrsciAHßV in the city. Specal at
tention Riven to Nervous Debility from e v :x'ssive
me I ill exertion, lnducretioo of youtli, etc., caus
mi, physical ami mental decay,laek of energy, 1
lesnoi. '.'ncy, etc.; also Cancers Old Sores, Kits,
Pileu, Kheuroatlsm, and all discaacsof the Skin, .
I.lood, Lungs,UrinaryOrganim.tr. Coiwultatiuu
tun ami strictly coDikU-ntiul. Office hours, Uto
I iind 7toß P. M.; Sundays,, Sto*V. U. only,
•ill tii. oPIi'O or ml.lron* DRS. I.AKE, COE.
ti\N A 1 h AWD«TUST..PIfTfiItL'KGH.I'A
THE GREAT 20th Day.
FRENCH REMEDY aSSfIKT
Proilurei (he Abovr Brnulti in 80 Days. It acta
powerfully ami quickly. Cures when all Others
fall. Young men will regain their lost manhood
and old men will recover their youthful vigor
by using VITALIS. It quickly and surely re
stores Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Impote*cy,
Nightly Emissions, Lost Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects of self
abuse or excess and Indiscretion. Wards oil
insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS. no other. Can be carried in vest
pocket. ISy mail, SI.OO per package, or six for
$6.00, with a ponltlre written gunrantee to cm
Or refund tli«* moner. Circular free. Address
CAM:MKT BKMEOY COXI'ANY, Chicago, Ul«
ForJSale at City Pharm-cy.
$75.00 Per Month
For Teachers, Students, Ministers, or I.adies,
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 have
• team, so much the better. Space w ill 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.(Bo* .^.Philadelphia.
IJ. IC. Crumbling*
Breeder of Thoroughbred Poultry
IIALL, YORK CO , PA
Will Hell eggs for batching from
fiue Black Minorcas, Indian Games,
Buff Leghorns, Barred and White
Plymouth Rocks, and iloudans at $1
per netting; White Indian Game* $5
Old and young stock for sale at
and Strap Work,
and Fly Nets,
and Dealer in
Whips, Dusters, Trunks and
My Goods are all new and strict
fi:t t and work guaran
Repairing a Specialty.
Opposite Campbell & Templeton's
342 S. Main St., - Butler, Pa.
Are a symptom of Jaundice,
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Bil
iousness, Liver Complaint.
DR. BAXTER'B MANDRAKE
will cure the disease and re
move yellowness from skin
and eyes. Warrantee, to cure.
Sold every where at 25 cts. per bottle,
for Bale by J. C. Iledick
mi re itching piles
abroi.utbi.y curbs mm ■
HVMI'iOMH-MuUtnrri Iwtrnw Itrhlnc mmA
ntlnglngi IMU-I Mt >• Iff tit i w»w by mrrmtckTmg. if
i Tto continue tumor* form and protrude,
wltlrh often bleed •«•«! uli-emtf, brruwUf »«rf
(,irr. nWAY MK"H OINTMUST -ton- ikt Itcklaf
Mitd t»l« citing. bcuU ul< • rullon. uml In uiuat 3«MB*
rcuuM * |he minor*. «our tor it-
W* FE . -v329N.151 H 5 T PHILADA,PA.
fp BUG6IEB at * Price
C<MH\ <**" * HAkstm—— -
uu Tup Buntr M7i n>c«t thf /MMm
fiZ J-Wlon SU PKlC'tj «n<l V^Wl'
4 l'ajw Top Surrey.li: outmOi ALL S
|M> Koad Wagon. compeUtura.
|U Hoad Can MMi Buy of fao *3>
hum Hu-uou, IJ tt torn and «a»t>
iiomigiry " M.;s:Miadlenuui'«cJßß(
MuTram ** (JMlirolt
M..r*au Saddlr fraa
|f. L Bl«iU V * tIAHT CO. --» ■
(to tTuvruK* »t, Ottdnnft, 0. f' u
Great Clearance Sale
Trimmed Hutu and Uouueta almott
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,
M/UN S ST. P. T. PA Pg. BUT p L
Why Do You
Because this is the season of rainy weather,
of 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 to be Absolutely Pur e.
They are in general use in hospitals throughout the country, 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 " 125 " " "
Bear Creek " 1 00 " " "
Gibson f y ears 100 " " '
Guckenheim jr, 4 years old 75 " " "
Anchor 5° " " "
Send for a complete catalogue and price list of all kinds of wines
and liquors mailed free, to
Distiller and Wholesale
A o 82 Federal St.. Allegheny, Pa
Purchasers can save from 25 to 50 per
rent 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 —20 years Experience.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
,03 Ferry St., • Pittsburg, Pa
Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies a specialty.
Trial orders solicited.
One Square Below DiamonJ Mirke
New York W eekl y T ribun e
The Butler Citizen
ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF.
Address ull orders to THE CITIZIiN