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Bickel s Great Sample and Grand
Clearance Sale ot a Large Stock
of Boots and Shoes.
Having purchased two complete sets of Sample Boots and Shoes
at a greatly reduced price from leading manufactures together with a
big stock of high grade footwear which I have picked out of stock
and placed on our Bargain Counters, to be sold during the next two
weeks, at less than half their real value, will place on record one ot
the greatest slaughters in Boots and Shoes ever known ol in Butler
County, and EVERY Man, Woman or Child who attends this great
great reduction sale will not only be a regular customer of ours in
the future, but will show the shoes to their neighbor—So well pleas
ed with the bargain they received at BK KELS that the neighbor
will be a customer also.
NOTE THE PRICES.
I lot Mens fine Sample Shoes regular price $4 go at $2
I lot Mens Working Shoes " " 2 5° 1
l lot Boy's Fine Shoes " " 2 75 " 1 5°
j .. .... 2 00 " 100
1 lot Ladies Hand Turns—Sizes
2£ to 4, all widths regular price $3 50 and 400 " 200
I lot Ladies heavy sole dress
shoes regular price 300 " 175
I lot ladies fine shoes at $1 00. Infants shoes 1 scents.
I lot Misses and Childrens school shoes, 75 cts. Misses fine dress
shoes $ 1 00.
l lot mens box-toe boots, sizes broken at $2 50
1 lot Boys Kid Boots Double-sole and tap at $1 25, sizes 1 to 3
50 pair mens storm king boots (hip boots) all No. 10 and 11 regular
price $4 00 go at $2 00 . t
75 pair mens short Boots (rubber) regular price $2 jogo •P l *"s»
sizes 10 and 1!.
100 pairs ladies gum boots go at $1 25.
500 pairs ladies fine specialties, rubbers in heel and spring, worth
50c go at 35c. .
Full stock of mens and boys felt boots —ladies and mens arctics
and alaskas —also ladies felt and warm lined shoes —Boots and s h° ei j
made to order —Repairing neatly done —Shoemakers supplies of all
Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention.
Large and complete stock of rubber goods, at reduced prices.
When in need of anything in my line give me a call.
128 S. M A-IIST St. Butler-
The Happiest day ot all the year to
the little ones is Christmas and tew ever
entirely outgrow the delightful associa
tions of that day. Make them happy
and yourself, too, by a purchase of a Fine
Pair of Slippers or Shoes. Buy some
thing that is usetul. \\ e have them in
Meos Fine Velvet Embroidered Slipper* at 50, 75c. »••<' $1 00
" " All Leather Slippers in blaek t.H '•» 1 :>') •75J aa I SI.OO
Woman's Fine Slippers at 20u, s<>j, <!<) c 'tl <1 '• ia grea r . ?-»t
Fleeced lioed (faitora Beaded Vamp*, 1 m>il itul«* >f I linty styles to
See the pretty Jittl« Efder-dowu f>r l' u ' styles we
have for Boys aod Girls at 35. 50, 65 aud 75<:i*.
Take a look at our Ladies Fine Do>u*oli» Sh mis Ptt. T:,» » $1 00, others
sell at $1.25 and $1 50
Look at our Ladies Shoe at 70ets, P<tt Tip Our Lidie-t Heavy \ eal
Stan Button ar $1 00 Can't be matched in other sior.-K hi $1.25.
Mioses and Childrens Shoes at 50c, 60, 65. 75, and SI.OO.
Mens Fine Shoes at 90c $1 00, 1.25, I 50 and 2 00
Nobby stales Poinu-d and Square ii>e lasts Both and \otitlii) Fine Shoes
at 153. 90. $1 00, I 25. and 1 50.
Wool B'K>tH. All Wool Knit Stockings. Ku'»b*»r Wool lined
Arties in great variety. Any of iheae would make 1 vry appropriate and
useful Christmas present Make your «;leeii early while the sizes are
not broken Come in aud Pee us.
B. C. HUSELTON.
Jewelry-Si 1 ver ware- -(J1 ocks.
Purchasers can save from 25 to 50 pe
• ent by purchasing their watches, cloclc
and spectacles of
J. R. GUI EH, The' Jeweler,
No. 125 N. Main St., Duffy Block
Sign of Electric Bell and ClocX.
All arc Respectfully Invite/
—"Remember our Repairing Department —20 years Experience.
J. S. YOUNG. WM. COOPER
Owing to the change in the Tariff 011 imported goods which goe
into cfiect Jan. 12, 1895, we have decided to be leaders in establish
ing low prices on imported goods at once; and give below the low
prices which we will charge for suits.
Old Tariff Price: New Tariff Price. Old Tariff Price: New Tariff Price
$22. S2O. $35- s3'-
25. 22. 40- 36.
28. 25. 45- 40.
We will not be surpassed in I* II , OUALI 1 \. SI\ LE AND
PRICE, our Motto be "Sum// Profits am! Quick A', turns.
tE1 » ll( , s , YOUNG k COOPER
.' , . s"~ % " s-v,
The place to buy
GAS COOKING STOVES AND BURNERS. GAS LAMPS
FIXTURES, HOSE, WATER FILTERS. BATH TUB ENAMEL,
etc. is at
W. 11. O'Brien & Son's
1 OT East *J efierson Htreet.
t\\Js _ 0 PiSS
THE, FK IS> R3 I? :< I&LDTH^ 0 ]
Klrf* Cream Palm is not a muff or poutUr. Applied into tho nortriU it ut
quickly ab#/rl*d. JLcl-aruwt tht hind, allay* mjUim nuition, tieaL*
the *>r«. Ml h„ druggist* or »nt by mail on rerript "fP™- k llft
<HHf ELY MOTHERS, 66 Warren Street HEW YORK. 3UI/
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 eves. Warrantee* to cure.
Sold everywhere at 2"> cts. per bottle,
for pale by J. C Rediek
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with Humphreys'
Witch Sazol Oil as a CURATIVE and
HEALING APPLICATION. It has been
used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
It Cures PII.ES or HEMORRHOIDS, External
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding— Itching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures and Fistulas.
Relief immediate—cure certain.
It Cures BI'RNS, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. Relief instant.
It Cures TORS, 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 Ups or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes, 25c., 50c. and Si.oo.
Sold by Dru*Ei»U.or i«nt post-paid on receiptof prtce.
m'lrilßKTS' *KD. CO., 111*111 "illlMi Ht., Stw Y«rt.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Nothing Earth Will
Sheridan's Condition Powdor!
KEEPS YOUR CHICKENS
Strc.-i £.!.<! '/ ; Prevents all Diseaae.
fwi* Moulting Hens.
.. 1. -4.1- 1. I.'. r?urh!j coiierntrated. In .juan
f. !. i-.i,., M r . .So other one-fourth M
' 7 >:nr , • i me "One larjfe can sav»-d me
• v ; conn." wars one cu«tomer.
v *''' !: on can t i:rl it •end to n*.
.. . .C, «.! A 214 ? h can $1.20. Six
/ -uttry Hai.-ng Guide, prtce
rmoM laapH copy
... . . »■'.. frw.
Vs ji» .• . - T m St..Boston.Maok
Miss Delia Stevens, of Boston, Mas-i,,
S I writes: I have always suffered from I
3S hereditary Scrofula, for which I tried! g;
S 'various remedies, and many reliable)
5 'physicians. but none relieved me After;
1 1 J
§ jam very grateful
s |to you, as I feel JB
55 ,that It saved m< 1 SS
S: from a life of untold agony, and shall; gi
55 (take pleasure in speakins only words,
'of praise for the wonderful medlaine,! g£
6 ;and !n recommending It to all. ]
512 ITrentine on Blood 11 lOAfl \
| -JMBS- (Jill Dil i
g (SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, §:
. SHOULD USE .
X Every iugredieut possesses superb £
• Tonic properties, and exerts a wonder- §
X ful influence iu toning up and strenptli-j|
• eninglier system by driving through §
£ the projicr channel all impurities. ©
0 Health and strength are guaranteed to 3
• result froni its use.
£ My wife, who was bedridden for emhteen Z
F months, after USING BUAI>FIELI>S M;MAIKA
2 KKGI'I.ATOII for two month*. Is getting well. X
• —J. M.JOHNSON. Malvern. Ark.
2 Sold by all Druggists at SI.OO per bottle. X
| BRADFIELD'S REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. |
A Xmas Present
Dunn? the month of December we will
present to every purchaser KKEK a bottle of
l ine wiiie mid our new calender.
For Pu re K ye
Brandies, Gin, Etc.,
130 Water St.. (Oppos'ln I!. <t O. Depot.)
All ifonds. including C. O. I). orders,
securely packed and shipped promptly
Kxpreiw charges prepaid on i'l orders ot
SIO.OO or over.
Our Gibson, Finch, Gocket.lieimer an<)
Overliolt vs are warrau'ed strictly
pure, a- we dn not rectify, and are tbi
only house iu l'ittsbnrg that d«> not.
At eonrlusions A man limps
towards I hem The woman Is
generally right. If your wife
asks you to get a bottle Of Old
Export Whiskey for faintly or
medicinal purposes, you can
make up your mind it Is the
best,and (he kind you ought to
get. You make no mistake in
having it on hand for emergent
needs. It Is perfectly pure,
palatable, smooth and 8 years
F ull Quarts, $1.00;
Six Quarts, $5 00.
•lail nnrt ex press order* shipped
promptly, and wo pay express
charges on all orders of SIO.OO
Jos. FLEMING A SON.
412 MARKET STREET.
Complete Price IJsts of Wines and Liquors
I SINEWY azid L.C TUCG iHISULTi.
! / voT\FATPEOPLE/^V
% thin. # frun any e, %. *' ri * £
IiAfQE ASCQUZV3 StStTCIO.
We GUARANTcE a CURE or refund your money.
I Prlec H3.00 per bottle. Send 4c. lor treatise.
TBKMONT iltl)IC AL CO., Buatou, }|a»
■L - -I "
Free Coinage In Me* co.
In a number of the North A me: >ca i iff
new, Claude X. Bennet, who has neen in
vestigating the subject of free cc-.nage in
Meiico, gays: "A few Java ago, while at
the mint in the City of Mexico, I stopped
to look at the final balances in which the
Mexican silver dollar is weighed before it
g turned loose upon the public. In one
aide of these balances is placed the weight
the equal of which the silver dollar must
contain; in tbe other, tae dollar is placed.
If the)* baiauce the dollar is pronounced
iea<ly fur circulation. If the dollar is
.ighter than the weight it is cast aside. 1
•topped the we gher for a moment, beg
giug him to test the weight of a United
States silver dollar by his balances. The
United States dollar went np. It was
lighter than the weight on the other side
of the balances. Itjcontained less silver
than the Mexican dollar. A few minutes
later I went into a restaurant. The price
of my dinner was a doll ar. I handed ihe
cashier the United states States silver dol
lar. He gave me back in change a Mex
,can silver dollar. Because of the differ
euce, therefore, between tbe stamp of the
United States and toe Kepublic of Mex'c,
I received a larger dollar than 1 gave aud
got my dinner besides. This .-iraple lllus.
tratiou is conclusive proof that the United
Slates silver dollar, but for the stamp
which gives it a fictitious value, is worth
only hall a dollar. "The condition ol sil
ver in Mexic >is rendered worse t>y tbt
fluctuations in its value. At Laredo,
Texas, just across the Rio Graude from
Mexico. I went into the "Bank of La
r edo''to exchange Uaited States for Mexi
c an money. The cashier gave me eighty
eight cents premium. Another bank near
by ga r e mo ninety cents premium. Tne
depot agent gave me ninety-two cents
premium. The keeper of a lemonede
tand received money at fifty per cent dis
count; that is, when I gave him a Mexican
dollar.for a fifteen cent glass of lemonaade
he gave me back thirty-five cents change
valuing my Mexican dollar at fifty cent!
aud pricing his lemonade in United State:
money. Many stores in Laredo and tht
ating houses across the river in Meiico
very cheerfully exchanged Mexican money
for United States money at the rate of
two for one. Mexican money is quoted
in the market like wheat or ootton or sugar.
It may go up any day or it may go down
most likely down. It is very noticeable,
too, that when the price of money decreas
es, the price of product? increases. Tne
simplest illustration of this is in tbe eating
bouses. In Texas, meals at tbe dining
stations are fifty cents in United States
money. Cross tue Kio Graude into Mex
•co and the price of a dinner becomes a
dollar. Cheap money also produces ex
travagance. When a dollar is worth but
hall a dollar, one spends it three times a«
quickly as when it is worth a dollar.
A Female Knight.
A woman at Bay City, Mich., disguised
herself as a man aud clerked in a store loi
a year, and then applied for membership
'n the fLnights Pythias, and was initiated.
During tbe work of the third rank her sex
was discovered, it seems that in the third
they have an India-rubber rat aud celluloid
snake, run with clock work inside, am
which seems very natural indeed. Tbe
'dea is to let them run at the candidate U.
see it he will liiuch. When the snake ran
at tne girt she kept nerve all right, but
when tbe rat tried to run up her
legs she grubbed imaginary skirts in boti
hands and jumped into a refrigerator tuai
that was standing near (wbicn is used in
the work of tbe fourth degree), aud scream
eo murder. The girl is a member ot tne
lodge aud there is no help for it. Thii
may open the eyes ul members of secre,
societies and cam*e them to investigate
One lodge, we understand, takes pre
caution against the admission of women
by carel'ally examining tne leet of au ap
( ilicaut. If the feet are cold euougu It
freeze ice cream tuen tbe candidate is back
Heart Diueane Relieved in 30 Minutes
Dr. Agnew's Cure lor the lit art gives
perfect relief in all cases ot Organic or
nynipathetlu Heal Disease in 30 minutes,
and speedily effects a cure. It is a peer
less remedy f.jr Palpitation, Shortness ol
breath, Smothering Spells, Pain in Lett
aide and all symptoms of a Diseased Heail.
One dose convinces. Sold by City Puar
—Ldgar Isbell, one of a party of excur
sionists to the Chicago drainage canal, was
killed oy u boulder thrown luto the air uy
dynamite tor their amusement.
—A man may float in sale water with
out moving his hands or feel, if ho has
tne presence ot unud to throw his head
uack aud allow his body to,sink to the po
sition winch it v> ill naturally lake. _
—Don't suffer with indigestion, u.te Lax
ler's Mandrake Litters.
—lt. U. Capehari, justice of Ihe peace
at Yelpiu, lud., while trying a rauioad
man, name unknown, for sumo minor ol
lense, was struck on tue heau by the pris
oner, aud almost insiautlj Killed. The
Oregon farmers leeu uueat Worth 30
cents a bushel to hens, aud u bu.ihel so leu
produces ten dozen ol eggs worth to
—Tne reason wb> Arnica <fc Oil Linment
is so popular witti '.he ladies is because it
not only is very healing aud soothing but
its odor is not at. all ollensive.
—There is so lunch electric light rivalry
down ulout! tne Onio that the roosters
crow all night.
—Australia mined 4,037,921) tons of coaj
last j ear. The supply is apparently inex
haustible, aud is counted on to be an im
portant factor iu tile future industrial Ue-
Veloptueut ol the country.
—A cedar tree 407 leet high aud meas
uring 10 leet in oircumlereuce al the hast)
has been felled near Ocosta, Wash. It «a«
sixty leet to inn first lliub of thu tree, and
the limb itself wa.- t>even feet iu diameter.
—libeiiuiurism cured iu a day—"Myotic
cure'' lor rnonuiatisui anu neuralgia, radic
ali) cures in 1 to •> da)s. Its action upon
me sj stem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the ciUise aud the dis
ease immediately disappears. The tirst
ut.se greatly l.ciieliU. i;> ets. Sold by J. C
Kedick, druggist, liutler.
A Georgia boy had :»eeu lost lor threw
day s, aud was at last lound comfortably
fishing, just where he had started in alter
leaving home. AY flvra did he gel his
—J nines IV. Davidson, the Arctic ex
plorer, has left for llong-Kong on a sell
imposed mission to expic re "Tbe Unknown
in China." He would butter have led that
work to the Japanese.
—Dr. CODUU Doylu having expressed his
approval of Niagara Balls, they will go on
l'rof. Barrett of Sjt. Lawrence county
N. V., speakicg of pulmonary diseases
says: Not oue deat.i occurs uow where
twenty died beforv Down's Llixir was
known. Over fifty j-uars of constant suc
cess places Down'* f£|ixir at the head ot
the long list of co ngli remedies.
—The horn ot the rhinoceros does not
grow from the ooue, but is a mere ex
crescence ol ttie skir. like the hair and
—The Suej Canal is only 88 miles V>ng,
but it redness tbe Pittance from England
to India by mu V
A Horse Banquet.
In Newark Doctor Uopkim last
f: gave a banquet of horse desb at b:s
jfiino. to which b« invited a number of L.i
Friend*. Dr. Hopkia* ts a veternary sur- i
jeon. and he proposes to educate il e
American public on the advantage* of
lorse int a* an article ot diet. Hia in
ftrest in the subject is purely benevolent
led scientific, and be thinks that if raot-t
(tuple could be got to eat the flesh of a
len.tby horse, properly cooked, they would
lever ask anything belter, and be is con
nnced that it would benefit them Irom
ihe standpoint of besltb. The attendants
at the banquet included near' all of the
leading ptiysicians of the city with I if n»i>
Prom New York. The animal p«..*K<n o[ j
ras killed scien ,fii*ally several days ago
knd lound to be healtny and in good con- j
iition. From it were served roasts, broil
ad xteaks and boiled meat, and all pro
1. anted it excellent. So enthusiastic we e
Ihe partakers of the equine banquet that
it was decided to take steps to open a
horse flesh market in Newark soon. Tne
Baling of horse flesh it not a new thing,
according to good authority, for it is a com
mon article of diet in some ol the Parisian
and Berlin res aurauts ol the lower class,
and eaten with as uiucn relish as the beat
bent, and apparent'.* with as good result*
so far as its nutritious qualities are con
cerned. There i» something repugnant in
the idea of eating horse fle>h, and yet there
should not be. A horse is as cleanly as a
Cow, aud is no more subject to disease, and
whiie the flesh is a trifle coarser than beet,
yet it is said by those wbo eat it to be just
as appetizing it cooked properly. It is
not likely that the day will come when
horse flesh will be a regular article ol tood,
but it is certain that with the agitation
now on concerning the high price of meat
there will be more horse flesh Bold for lood
A Tale of Two Brothers.
"Talking about the unsociability of
large cities, an instance came within my
own knowledge t'lat is, 1 think, without a
parallel, " says a writer in a Cincinnati
paper. "I have a friend living in New
York who roomed for tire years in the same
house with a young man, and in thai time
never made his aquaintauce or even learn
ed bis name. He went on a hunt one sum
mer in the Adriondacks, and there met|the
young tnau who roomed in the same house
with him. A conversation sprang up be
tween them, and they then learned that
they were ol the same name. 'Have you
any brothers?' asked my friend.,. 'l don't
kuow. Tnere were two of us, and my par
ents died when I was quite young. I was
raised br an uncle in the West and lost
track of my brother, 'Well, I was raised
by an uncle in New York, and I believe
you aud 1 are brothers.' A little lurther in
vestigation proved it to be a tact.
—More than feur-fifths of last year's
murderers were men of no occupation.
When the tied goes out —when the
newly-married couple leaves the churchf
—Wife—will you listen to inef Hus
band— Great Scott, woman, what else
have I been doing since we were married?
—Old Income— Young man, if my daugh
ter married you she would s'.arve to death.
Youny Cheeky—Surely you would nm let
us do tliat.
—No sooner IS a temple built to U'HI,
but tho devil builds a chapel near by.
—Education is :i capital t" a poor mau,
aad an interest to a rich man.
—A smile for a fiieiid, alid a sneer tor
the world, is the way to govern man
—A noiile Dature cau alone attract lhe
noble, and alone knows how to retain
A failure only establishes this, that
our determination to succeed was not
—No man cau end with being superior
who will not begin with being inferior.
—Nothing conduces more to breadth of
intellect than intercourse with various
—A rose is sweeter in the bud than full
Mown. Young twigs are sooner bent ttiau
—True politeness consists in being easy
0 ae's self, and inj making everybody as
e#«y as one can
—lt might as well be expected lor a
■weak man to bear a burden, as a fool to
—The mauner of sayicg or doing any
thing goes a great way toward the value
01 the thing itself.
Speaking too much is a sign ol vanity;
for ho that is lavish in words is apt to be
niggardly in deeds.
—lf temperance prevails, then education
can prevail; if temperance faib, then edu
cation must fail.
—Every person has two educations
one which he receives from others and,
one more important, which he gives him
—A hundred years ago the best oysters
were sold at five for one cent.
—ln Australia horses and cattle arc now
being branded by electricity from storage
batteries The temperature is uniftrm and
the brand sale and artistic.
—A chemist ol Algiers has announced I
that he has invented a process for) con
centrating wine into tablets. To make
wine it is only necessary to dissolve one of
the tablets in water.
A well rendered article—lard.
—Objects to treatment —the Prohibition
—A low necked dress pirty—the uti
.'eatliered chicken huug up by its fwet.
L) "unltc incS?, the Li juor Habit, Pos
iveiy Cured by adn:inst«riu< Or.
Haines "Golden Speciic : .
ic is mannlactured as a powder, wh.ch
cau "i»e given in a ,(las« of beer, a cup ol
cotlPt or tea,or in food, without the know
led/a of the patient It is absolutely
tarn.JOBS. Hi»d will affect a periiianriil and
u - , ,-ure. whether th« patieut is a mod
crate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It has
tieeti piven in thousands of cases, and in
'V instance a perlect cure has followed.
It jiove." fails. The system once i>npreguat
eo with the Specific, it becomes an utter
impossilulity for the liquor appetite to ex
ist. Cures guaranteed. 4ft page book ol
pr\rt culars tree. Addrets, Golden .Specific
Cc lh.'i .tac-rt St.. Gineinnatti o
i . am m. A. «W r- rt • local or trHVel
\il ft kfc T£ 11 ln f • 10 He " rny K" ara "'
UU B IU T L LI teed NURSERY STOCK
Wtl ? ■ Salary or Commission
iiald weekly. Outfit tree. Special attention
Sfven to Sinners. Workers never fall to make
pil wertly wages. Write rae at onee for par
E 0. GRAHAM. Nurseryman
Rochester N. Y.
j ElviS" SS LYE
flg r mrzziiTS nx fisttoxd
aSS&Sf? rht»«*roti-r»tM«l par««t T ; y*
till r !•••-< f^vl.-anstugwa-k
Mm J,VJ? I ■ tin*.
>I» JSNMA- fcALX JJ'P'Q CO
Our entire stock of Spring aod Somm<-r Foot wear. VV e're from* to c !
>ut our stock of Tan Shoes. Every style aod description of Oxfords will .
TO in the sale A large lot of Ladies Hand Turn &bo-8 will be sold at,
ibout half their real value. To make this sale a complete success, we have .
Tiade such prices that
You'll be Glad to Buy.;
Ladies Patent Leather and Poagola Oxfords were SI.OO aud $1.25 to go
at GOcts. , ..
Ladies Vici Kid Oxfords, Square or Pointed Patent Tips will go at SI.OO
and $1.25, Prices of wbicb were $175 and $2 00. Ladies Dongola and
Vici Kid Shoeg were $3.25 at $2 00 per pair.
A large lot of M. Kav sewed aud Hand Turned Shoes in sizes 2£, 3 ana
3i. prices on which were $2.50. $3.00 and $3.50 This entire lot will go at
$1 50per pair
Misses Dongola Pateut Tip Shoes at 85<'t- per pair
Children? Dongola Patent Tip Sh >es at 50cts per pair
Menr- $2 00 Tan Shoes at $1.25 per pair
Mens Pleadillv Bluchers in Tan Shoes werr $2 50 u. r pair will *0 at *1 . 0
So on throughout iur entire stock of Summ-r Fo-.-weir. Oioo.is will be
sold without reserve at !esr than the cost of the<r niKkin;?.
Call and see these Barijaius whether yoi wish to buy or not
Shoe Dealer. AL RDFF. s. Main St.
.A.nd everything in horse and buggy fur
nishing goods —Harness, Ooilars, Whips.
Dusters, Saddles, etc.
,A.lso trunks and valises.
Repairing done on short notice.
The largest assortment of 5-A fiorse
blankets in town will be found at
124 S. MAIN ST, BUTLER, PA.
DIAMONDS } R,NGS - KAR RISUS - 9CAKF PINS, STUDS.
WATCHES ' liKSTS OOLl>, s'ILVKK LADIES' CIUTLUS
JEWELRY } 1,01 J P|IIS ' Ear K ' ngß ' R, "uaias. Bracelets. Etc.
___ TT nn TIT a 1» T«*a Sets. Castors. BuUcr Oi-ides aai Bverytbln*
«%TL«lf Jba XX W that rail be found iQ a Urstctoss store..
RODGER BROS. 1874 } KN,VKS - PORK 3 PLAT*.
E. GRIEB. JEJeler
No. 139,;iSlorth Main St.. fi JTLEB. PA.,
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Li. (J- WICK
Koujil) and Worked Lumber
Of AL. SINUS
Dour.->, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings,
shingles ana Laih
Always in stuck.
LlMfc. HAIR AND PLASTEh.
Oitlco opposite^P.]<fe W.jUepot,
Famous New York, tailor-made
For sale by prominent dealers'
all over the State. None genuine
without Hamimrslough Bro's
label. The swellest and best
wearing clotlieS in this Country.
Ask your clothier for them.
"S"r a Well
THE GREAT ' W^iLJWf
Proiiur.'G I IK- Alrt.vc Krsiilta in :I0 I'ajs '
powerfu.lV and q.ii.-Kiy Cur<-s.wlu-n all others
fuit Young men v. ill regain tti-lr
mil old nvn u ill recover th'*ir youthful Jlcor
by VITALIS. 1
orv Wastlnit IMseaaes. and all -fleets of sell
abuse or excess and indiscretion. »
Insanity ami contraption. I .isist od ha\ii*
VITALIS. 110 other. (an be iiirrhd in\cal
Coc a liv* mail. #I.OO per package., or si* for
SS.OC. with a ',K>Mti»e nr ttcu Ku..raiiUeUirur»
For Sale at City Pharmacy.
Sutler Dye Wcrks,
Sltt Centre A*i>iiue,
The above establishment is now in run
ning order, and is prepared t<- do first
class Dyeing and Cleaning of Ladies' and
Gentlemen's Clothing and other goods t'ia'
need a new 1-ase on life in renovating and
brightening up generally. Have had IJo
years experience iu the dyeing business,
and can guarautee good results ou good
GIVE US A GAIjL.
R. Fisher, Prop'r.
lloopened and'now readyj.for tbe
ceouimodation of tbe traveling pub
MRS. MATTIE REIHING, Owner.
M H BROOKS, Clerk.
Thut I will sell, until further notice, the
fo'lowiDg goods at the old price*, regard
less of the advance <>t 20c per gallon tax
by the zoveriurent: AA pure rj(, 2 years,
$2.00 per gallon; Tippecanoe, 3 years.
$2 25; Old Cabinet, 4 j eais, $2 30 per gal
lon; Bridgeport and Tbomp>on's pure rve,
5 years, $3.50 per gallon; Finch Golden
Wedding, Gibson's, Kobinscn Co. Bour
bon. $4 50 per gallon; Uannisville, Dough
erty, Monticellu, 12 years, $5.50 per gallon.
California wines. dry and sweet, fr«itu 75c
per gallon to $1.50; 12 distinct brands; my
own importation, sherry and Port wine,
from $2.50 to $3.50 per gallon; also the
liuest Irish and Scotch whiskies at lowest
wholesale rates. Call or send for special
price lists at
188 Federal street. Allegheny, I'a
All orders by mail promptly attene'ed.
No extra charge for packing. Telephone
W. L. DOUGLAS
C unr IS THE BEST.
wt# wnvb"o* auttKlI * &
. . $5. CORDOVAN,
A \ FDCGNJ&MNGNM
JG£ J S3.SOPOLICE,3SOLES.
JGLJ *2A 7 -?BOY3SCHOOLSHOES,
JP^^s3. 12 -°B^ 7 P 5 0NC°L A
—r FOR CATALOGUE
W« U« DOUGLAS ,
\fXT ***■»" BROCKTON, MASS.
Yon can save money bypurchasing W. L.
Because, we are the largest manufacturer* of
advertised shoe» in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
orices aad the middleman's piohts. Our shoes
enual custom work in style, easy fittiug and
wearing q lalities. We have them sold every
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you. we can. Sola by
ALEXANDER & DOUTT,
# \ l 'J/f J Ar\ America for oh M
ll'ilnir a b:i.l<! X
9 \__y/ fl/J will:. Ills rlliifa-7
<*> w.'f/ tl:>n K< re!; i'ary/7
* ' ASONS, P'TTfS* IRC ' '
&3 Aa| PRI /TK niSPENSARI.
[7 . jsy COR. PEUI AVE. ANLI FOURTH BT.,
""JSjSrai . AUfommof Delientc and Coni-
Jk'trTly plicated Disenses reinui nißt'ON-
HJr f IIIKNTt AL and SCIENTIFIC Mc*l
nation arc treated attlusDis
.(■ti, irv with a -iccedf-. «rely attained. Dr. S.
K I aX< !-•• iiiomber of tlie ltny.il ColW joM 1 hy
" a ..,1 Hiim,v.r, and Is the test and most
■ \i» licucrdSMWUMS. inil.acity Sp«>.'al at
. ntlon -lventoN n vous Debility tnmiercessivs
11. -,1 ' \urilon. Indiscretion of jonth,cte..eauß
- . ii •. ;■ aland mental «'e< ay,lack of energy,
I I i. ','nev, ete.; alsoCaueen < »ld Sores Flta,
Oil,. . libeiimatlsm. and ail di-.aseso? thoSkin.
. ,i I .I— t'iiiiar\ "rune. ,it •. C< nv.lt at .on
,1 :: ,ctlv eoniVli n»i.,l OSice hours, (• to
I ; '.i H V.'M.; bi.ii'l.tis. S to 4 v.X milj.
i a. oHi-e or ad lii'ss l)B'. I.\KK, - '•
,N A' ' AS D ITU ST.. IMTTKUI UGH tr.x
In Wall Street mn-eemfully earrled oil with the
aid of our lially Market Letter and pumpleW
on speculation. Mailed tree.
Our discretionary speculations have paid a
motiMih proflt or s'jn net to tie- *lo>> margin
Discretionary Aceount* n Specialty. Dlrec
Wirt- from our oftlces to all Western I'nlon Tel
egraph Offices In the United States. All, IN
FORMATION FKKE Hank referenceas
tvKIN MA* A CO.. Sto'k and tiralu Hrokera
, r -- i\ I Pr^k" s 3ou'n3FßEE
° THE Ar^l-ICTED
,r;^-1329H.151 H S T PHILADA,PA.
FISI £*£* ITCHINS PILES
H i f 5 SWAY HE'S
SlUI'TOlt- Motrtnrrt UU.M llfb I 'Pf "ll
■ mix: iilffbli *uf»r l#y »rr»tchl»#. I«
Vllu w in 11. u .1U ■r. f.rin »nd prv«m4«,
ivhtch uflm Wc«*lM JW
S*V lVSi> «»l M»i:*T .lym lh t
GRAND DISPLAY OF
something for the MOTHER, the FATHER, the LOVER, tlie GIKL, the
BOY and the BABY.
something for the PENNY, the DIME, the QUARTER, the HALF and
and the DOLLAR.
Our Store is Full of Big=Hearted
You can't do better than buy your
D. T. PAPE'S.
P. S.—Our fine line of Millinery is redufled 25 per cent.
d In presenting for your careful consid
£ eration our advertisement of Whiskies,
J Wines and Liquors, we have no desire to
5 tresspass upon your indivtdual opinions and
2 beliefs; but the unanimous verdict of physi
» cians of all schools "that pure whiskey is
r tfie best stimulant known to Materia Med
ica" impells us in telling you how and where
4 you can purchase not only pure whiskey,
but where you may obtain the BEST and
# PUREST liquors generally, either for medi
-5 cat or social purposes. As a necessary
5 stimulant, pure whiskey is an absolute
4 necessity, especially so at this season of the
# year. Its timely use counteracts the ill ef
€ feet of climatic changes 011 the system, and
J it is invaluable "to sustain the flagging
4 powers of life in disease" as stated over
4 the signature of one of our most eminent
r physicians, (see page 13 of our catalogue).
J* At this time of the year too, the good
house-wite is bent on serving "good cheer"
A for the Holidays, and what indeed would the
« Christmas Dinner be without its Pudding
V flavored with mm? its Mince Pie without
Brandy? while the hot, smoking Punch and
J > the steaming Toddy must not be forgotten
tor they arc all a part of Christmas and the
0 glad new Year.
(' Then too, friends must not be forgotten,
and there is nothing more acceptable as a
Christmas offering than a bottle of fine
4) whiskey or wine.
Read over our catalogue.
Which Will be Mailed Free 011
4 Carefully, and be assured that our earnest
r oflort will be to please you and to give you
J the very best liquors, all guaranteed to be
X perfectly pure.
> Thanking you for past favors, and
2 trusting to be favored with your Holiday
# order, we are
J Yours very respectfully,
Distiller, Importer and
iVo 82 Federal St.. Allegheny, Pa
To avoid the rush of orders at the
Holiday seasan, we would ask you to kindly
send in your order at as early a date as
possible to enable us to exercise due care in
the selection and packing of liquors.
M HOS KIN TH A L
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
jo 3 - Pittsburg, Pa
Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies a specialty.
Trial orders solicited.
One Square Below 1 iaroond Marke
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