Newspaper Page Text
Gentlemen's Fine Footwear.
There is no article which enters into ladies or gentlemens dress
that should be selected with so great care as a shoe. No other part
of one's dress is noticed so quickly, and so universally admired or
condemned, as the case may be.
A shoe to be thoroughly satisfactory must, first of all, fit well, and
secondly, must wear well and keep its shape; these points are the
most prominent ones in Rufi's Fine Shoes. Ruff's shoes are made
by firms whose lasts and patterns are as near perfect as skill and ex
perience can make them, and all the materials used are selected with
such great care and the workmanship inspected so closely that the
wear of Ruff's shoes is assured. Ladies and gentleman, it will be to
our mutual advantage if you will favor us to the extent of inspecting
Shoe Met. AL RUFF. s. Main St.
j. ~S. YOUNG, The Tailor and Fiirnisher,
De«!r*» to lay th*t our eip«-ctAtlorjM are ilot* than reallzo'J. Everybody pronounces our
HL'ITH tie finest that have ever Been tuned out In Butler.
AVe Make the Most Stylish Garments
- -- fr.Hs.Ai-u /»f WrwiWm xnd Trimrriln'Ti of any ftouv* outride of lirger dtlM.
»..i wrlctly woi.ien, a„d trtmminjs
2M WF r' l" A HUNTER perfect ntUfactlOD In each and every detail and the grea
». prove, that our customer-:appreciate these facta:
101 Sai Stml,J - s - Young,S'Kr.
** ( * " •* ,
w - F ' llart/dil Kcni])er^ p
Have the largest stock of Vehicles, Harness and Farm Machinery of
any house in the county. We defy any firm to show a better line of
goods for less money, Our stock was selected to suit this trade.
Our prices are as low as the lowest, quality considered. Our profits
are small and our reputation at stake, so you can rest assured we
will not misrepresent. We add a percentage on our goods and sell
them according to what they cost us. VVe serve all alike. We do
not make one man pay for what we lose on another. When we guar
antee goods we make good our guarantee. We protect our custom
ers, and not the manufacturers. Why? Because the manufacturers
are of no use to us without the customers. If you want a Hu
Surry. Pha'ton, Business, Pleasure or Team Wa>on, Hand or Ma
chincSewed Harness, or anything in the Harness line, Blankets,
Robes, Uusters, Nets, Turf Goods, Currying Tools, Whips, Saddles,
Trunks, Valises, Satchels, &<., we have them in large quantities and
at low prices. And for Farm Machinery, we can furnish anything
needed, from the plow to the separator. We guarantee our machin
ery to be as good as the best and second to none. If in need of any
thing in our line, write us We will answer all inquiry, either by
mail or in person. Our motto is, "Small Profits and Square Heal
ing." Our success depends on our reputation, and our reputation
will be controlled by our representations, so you < an depend on what
we tell you to be true. We say we have the largest line of Vehicles,
Machinery and Harness of any house in the county, and a visit to our
store and warehouse will prove it. Store room,
(!& ft. I.lii .lr.l l, WIKKHIIOII JOT ft. H.ln .11-M I I'.'it «p»» lt,tMl«|, fl. ir la it'-l «r aa|
thin* In Mr lint, '*ll «»• a« btfor* fttu «nk«- jour
DIAMONDS; MK " nm. «•><*.
nr a ipruTt ll ® » okith* OOI.d. I.ADIK ooi.n.
W ii A VrJ ( OKNTH' MII.VKK. LAS'I KH' CIUTLAIW.
V I Oohl I'ltm. K r
(J KM W KmJIM t*. X / eliftltM, lir*i'i.|..|», Kie.
CCTT WO **T A ■*» t'.i i Ti * i:a»ti»r*. Ilut.t>:.- I»|. . . ami Hv-rylhltit
2® i. BJH W JC* £V WW /* Jlv- tmil (init 'm to- I'l'iti'! in * nrit i-l;iit/iro..
RODGER BRQS. 1874
P Oft IPR TIIK
Lf. UIVIUI >, JKWKlililt.
No 139, North Main St., BJTLEE, >'A„
"3, A Summer Drive
( \ loses a measure of its pit: ii the carriage i'. lc>. iii/.
J uriou: , easy running and !. .. l omethan it b<*
have nothing but goo.l poinlf. They're the handvimrst vehicles you cai;
get are as Mrontj and iccurc a . they're ii',h - !y.
Ask and i.i-i .t that you ace them ..i your dealer's.
vi?j- by FREJi'' X\ WFG. CO., f)hin.
The place to buy
GAS COOKING STOVKS AND BUKNKKS -iAS LAMPS
IXTURKS, HOSK, WATKR I ILIT.KS, BA TH TL/B KNAMI.L,
*''■ tf, is ai
107 I'JISI, .1 1 tf l< TNori *•" t. r« •t.
j il-m S3 % LYE
I wmnzd in rzznxo
Thm ut r«»t> (£«-nl ami ptir*>at I f
tnvio. o'll.-f l.jrw tt ]!,£
lA* film !>• 1 *».'! JIM fc'A If. »nn
ft' 'l' hrnt t 4 '*"' *4 llairi
I . > f/l If.l ■' Mil It (fill l»«»|||fttf.
It i« i«»«- i< ri i ijijg v X»
N RTU|NF»#M»»4 LLI.K
--■ K W-tf itihlf IK/ltloA. | *ll4 < to.
FICMVA. HALT H'ro CO
Mb. Alt/; l-tiiu, I'a.
PINE TREE FARM.
Jainesburg, N. J.
Send for large catalogue ol
Land and Water Fowl. '/ |u l/« st
Pckin IJucks in the tyoi lit,
W. H OiiDWAY, Prop'r j
D-A MOUNT, bup't.
TH E best investment
in real estate is to keep build
ings well painted. Paint protects
the bouse and saves repairs. You
sometimes want to sell—many a
good house has remained unsold
( jT want of paint. The rule should
be, though, "the best paint 01
none." That means
You cannot afford to ux- cheap
paints. To be sure of getting Strict
ly Pure White Lead, look at th*
brand ; any of these are safe:
" Armstrong & McKelvy,"
FOR COLORS. —National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
Thc-se ioiors are sold in one-pound can?, each
tsn beir.jj sufficient to tint 25 pounds of Strict'./
Pure White l.ead he desired shade: they are in
t:) fns» ready-mixed paints, fcnt a combination
- ifcctly pure colors in the headiest form to
tint Strictly Pure White Lead.
A good manv hju and dollars have been
saved property-owners by having our book on
painting and color-card. Send us a postal card
a£d get both free.
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
German National tank Bnildms, Pittsburg.
Are a symptom of Jaundice,
Dyspepsia, Constipation. Bil
iousness, Liver Complaint.
DR. BAXTER'S MANDRAKE
will cure the disease and re
move yellowness from skin
and eyes. Warrantee to cure.
Sold everywhere at 2-"> ct-:. per bottle,
for Hal* by 3. C. Kedick
Or. Humphrey' SpeeMca ore •deßtlflcaJly and
carefully pr*-par*-d Rcnifid I*"*. uv.-d for year* In
private practice aod for over thirty year* by t4ie
people with entire anceeM. Every sliifile Specific
a special cure for the dLwauie named.
BPttim. fOU MUCH.
1 —lVvero, Comf'-'tl'-Mi, Inflammation*.. .'JS
iI Worn, Worm Fever, Worm Coll.- US
3 Teething! Colic, Crying;Waki-fnln«B .US
4 Diarrhea, of children or Adult* .US
7 -f'oagbn, l old*, tironr-bltls .US
H-Niuruiula, Toothache, Vacea/he .US
» 11. ailii. h.-i, HUk Ilcail;;. he. Vertigo.. M
10 I>y«pep»lri. I!lll>.tUini-*i. Constipation. .US
11—»a»prFMtc4 or Painful Periods... .US
I ti—White*. Too I'rofUßß Periods US
13 —Croup, l.aryngitl", Hoarwrneen —. .US
] 4—Halt Kh'-oni, Ery*li.<-!aa. Eruption*.. .US
IKhraroatlftin, Hhetunatlo I'aln* US
I a- .Malaria, ChllU, Fever and Ague .US
I»-Catarrh, Influi-n*a, Colli In the Head. .US
iO-Wtionpinii I'autli >'iS
UH -Hrrvonn l.i-billty 1.00
30 l.'rlnary Weakneim US
| "ore Throm, Qiiln- y, ClceratodThroat. US
11 77 I' DR. HUMPHREYS' PDID 9RC
// SPECIFIC FOR tJnlij 40 .
Put up la mjuill lyittlm of pli-aaast pellet*. Just fit
your vent pocket.
U4 t>r l»»«t.t.. »-'i« i "i *ii <"• r»l»t p"'«.
Da llfurinura M.KIUI. gnlarfsd 4E#VTO»'l 1111.18 r«*I
HI inXttll'ltD.lV., 111 a IIS flllltam tiL, S«W TDK*.
\\l A' +
R . .f . : • I '■
MUO > , * TMR
Tut W -J.* ww rxur^Li'.'.^
THE OLD RELIABLE
i SWEET CAPORAL
Mat tlood the Tcat of Time
MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER
nrrnnr 1 cou|d rc|ief fi
Kr hi IKH" f' 01 " a most horrl-B
ULB Ulll~ bit blood dj-.e.r r, I 8
11a.I spent hundreds B
of dollars *IRYIN'» various rcni'-diesß
andphysli ians, none of whith didnirß
any good. My finger nails came off, B
and my fialr came out, leaving incß
| perfectly bald. I then went to
! HOT SPRINGS |
Hoping to be cured by this celebrated H
treatment, but very soon became 0
j disgusted, and decided to II'YJJ
The* effect was B
■ truly wonderful. I B
commenced to re- »
•"* «• rm tovcr ilflcr i.ikio^B
the first bottle, and by the time I had B
laken twelve l/ottl«» I wt» entirely turtd- B
■ < ured by S, S. S. when ll* world renowned B
1 Hot Sj rln t ;i h&J f.illr j
WM. S. LOOMIS. Shr*v«p<>rt ( LJ». B
[ Our Ihnik on thn (iltoaM «n1 lt«Tr*«tm«nt B
, inMM rii'atl>.kiiy«<Mir*« ■
9 hwifc-r Hi'Kijirw co . Atimin+.a*. 8
<< MJI ; PI:R UNTOLD MISLUIbH. | 5
« ACTS AS A SPECIFIC l>
AroutinK to Healthy Action all her flrfrant.SS
£< It can ■ hcullli 1.0 IiIIHIIII, ttndS>
//joy t<< i < ij'ii 1 lirout'liKiit. tli<-
|... It Never to Reuulate...»
\\ Mr ttlft. „ tji.. . t lifnlffii-til >.T lfn.lV/
% Ifitf |-l» f «J< tu i - t|n« «• y«t uta. with'int l><fi*i|]t //
« Aftt-r 111 r «•»* i.f IS It A ht-1
(M IMAM. It I-1 I.A lO|t Itidr.m. i|-i lnriiWll))
//>,okh,u »«i»it\ hj nr.'l »».. -i.h K ' »
» J;ItV A . .11. i.«!«U»on, Al*. <<
)) IUMIII fßel.it in I k roit ' 0., AtUui», ii». y}
<< HUI'L BY DRNFGIKU «L 'l-1 Wpirlst TTU
f \ DOCTORS \.AKIi
fl I-IM /i ii ;»i-,l'i:s'H.%l(T.
IL. fj Of,i. Pi 'ii. A/i /(tin I'IUIIIH ST..
I'll rnuuHOM, PA.
i jHR A All f»>. 11. '•! I »<-l i<;il«- in.'l fori.-
|.i ii.'l l>l rcpitiliiK' «.•.
*ii.i ri*i. ui.'i ii iii' M. i
i. .i. i in'i n< i"i »i tin.' 1'
(.■ - ry « ith n i'. i" ..ritlj nltslii.-.|. Dr. M,
Ii I -.J...!, •.... I„l.. rof till! It'. Il < ..111 4" ~>t 11. V -
•li '. lili'l Kt.it la 11... ■>) Il ' I tin.l most
ri<!lii."i rrl I Mil', ill 11..1 I'll / K|H'i ■ ill At
.'I. 1 ..II Klvirlt 111 N-:.' V'.ll* Di'lill.l fi-.itm- " f.lv
HH *.il •- < i ll.di. I 11'1..-' I' l J.<fl I.f yf.i.tli,!-'.' ,* la mi
ni ~li>nl.-i.l lili'l iru i.lul .1 •' n y,lr«. I I.f III' r/y,
I. • .11, ' 11. , il. ',(!.■ "I I- , I ll».
Ii . lltii ui' :itl«m. Aii'l all ' i . ...» fli.i 111.m.
1.. ,1 11. ■ , I'lllll.l V<ll Jl '.. ,• I' ■ I'll li-.i ..i.
I'M.- "I' ... I Din. •I. .'II.','I <•>
; : .Jto h i*. M ; l»i.i.■ 1. i 'i. t |.. <r, • "til >.
I iil i.i l.i- or inHn Dl' I ' K, < "ft
. ..A* i .vMiniiii. i'ii i in ui.ii.i'.v
j ."'"tWy iceu!aim«.
/ V <1 Dr. PEAL'S
PENNY 110Y AT j PILLS,
Ar." Ml • • ■ . I. - . . i/rriu
lll' I' • t . "I . I||,l „t 11 Ut.y*'iu:v.
—Kor H»l0 l.y Cliry«t»l l'b»'in»<:y.
Jack The Ripper.
A London physician visiting in San
Francisco lately, told his host the follow
stcrr regarding "Jack the Kipper." He
Siid that this assassin was a medical man
of high standing and extensive practice.
He was married to a beautiful andamiable
wife and hail a family. Shortly befors the
b- ginning of the Whitechapel murders be
developtd a peculiar and, to his wife, an
lflexp-icable mama—an uut.atural pleasure
in causing pain She grew ho alarmed
that "he became afraid of him and locked
herself and children up when she saw the
mood coming over him. When he recov
ered from the paroxysms she spoke to him
about it, he laughed at her fears. Then
the Whitechapel murders filled London
with horror. The saspicions of the wife
were aroused, and as one assassination
succeeded another, she noted with heart
breaking dread that at the periods when
these murders were supposed to have been
committed her husband was invariably
absent from home.
At last the suspense and fear of the
wretched wife became unbearable, and
rhe went to some of her husband's medical
friends, Btated the case and asked their
advice and assistance. They called the
Scotland Tard force to assist them, and,
by adding one fact to another, the chain
of evidence pointing to the doctor as the
author of the murders became complete.
The physicians visited the murderer and
told him they wished to consult him about
the remarkable case. They 3tated his
own case in detail and asked him what
should be done under the circumstances.
He replied that, while the unmistakable
insanity of the person who could commit
these crimes would save him from the
halter, he should certainly be confined in
a lunatic a-j lum.
Then they told him that he himself was
the maniac who had committed these fear
ful acts. He declared the impossibility
of the accusation, but confessed that f
late jears there were gaps in_ tbe twenty
four hours of which he pooitively bad no
recollection. He said he had awakened
in his room as from a stupor, and he found
blood upon his boots, and stains of blood
upon his bands. He had also scratches
upon his face, and bis amputating knives
bad shown signs of Ure, though be could
not recall having assisted at any operation.
These doctors then assured him that there
could be no doubt ol his identity with tbe
Whitechapel assassinations. They made
an exhaustive search of the houi-e,
led by the accused, found ample proofs of
murder, and the unhappy man, whose
mitid at that moment was in its normal
condition, begged to l>o removed from the
world a* a guilty and dangerous monster.
The necessary paper- were made out,
and the irresponsible murderer was com
mitted to an insane asylum. In a month
or two he lost all semblance to nanity, and
j< now the most intractable and danger
ous mm co I.fined in the institution.
Why Not Try the New and Uetter Way
Of doing jour shopping! Instead of
coining io the stoie, iimkn the store come
to yon. Yes, and the host and biggest
• tore in ttie country at that: namely, Katjl
niaiin Brothers, Pittsburg. Drop them a
I'osial and jou will get tbeir spring and
-oitnmer Catalogue grt.tis, enabling jou to
order by mail anything you may wi»h, and
•mug as much money as city people do.
—There iH said to be "lie editor in heav
en. How he got there ia not positively
known, bnt it i>< conjectured that he pass
ed bimxelfofffor a minister and stepped
in uninspected. When the dodge wa*
discovered they searched the malm* of
felicity in all their length and breadth for
a lawyer to draw up the necessary pap'-m
for his ejectment, hut they couldn't find
fine, and, of court.*, he held tho fort.
lUhrf hi .Sir Hoiirn.
Di*tre**ing Kidney and liladder dla
i-aaea relieved in nix liourx l.y the "New
I 'ireat South American Kidnev Cure."
Thin new remedy i* a great unrprlae on
account of itn exceeding promptnexM in
relieving pain in the blander, kidney, back
and every part of the urinary pa*«aga* in
male or female It relievea retention of
wat<-r tirid pain in paK«ing it filrnoht im
mediately. If you want «|nick relief and
(•tire thin in your remedy. Hold by J. 0.
Kedick drugght lintler I'a.
LtHl w«-k in the Cheater county court
the name of Thomaa V. I'latt wmh drawn
a juror. During a trial he wai called,
and, not reapotiding Judge Clayton order
ed that ho be fined S4O. The fine cannot
be collected, a* Piatt ha* been dead ten
yearn, having been drowned in the l)ela
Kbenmatixm cured in a day—"Myotic
c re" for rheumatism and neuralgia, radio
ally curea In Ito .'I dayH. llm action upon
the ayntem i« remarkalde and mynterlonn
It removen at once tho cautte and the di#-
eaxe immediately diHaiitieara. The fir-t
doae greatly benefita. 7."» et.x. Sold by J. C
Redi' k, druggiat. flutler
A priating Ink company ban been re
cently formed in Franklin to lie known an
the KclipHe Printing lrikcoinpany, limited
The new firm will manufacture, by im
proved prooeaana, the variotm (.'raden of
printnrn'ink and other aupplie 1 of ximilar
character. The plant in now in tl.o cm rue
of erection near (he oxide workm, at the
ICclipae refinery, and will be completed
and ready for occupancy in a lew weekx.
ltch on human, mange on horaen.
dogt and all Mock, cured inj -to minute*
by Woolfbrd'H Sanitary Lotion. Tlilm
never f ni lk. Hold by .1. 0. Uedlck, drug
gint, linller I'a.
—The wild luraey hunters of the moun
tain* are all talking of a wonderful atory
told by one <if their number. Ile mid he
witH hunting early 1 -t»t -eaion, and heard a
turkey gobbling Ile had bin "turkey
call" wtlh him and he iioiinded it no i-.kill
fully that lbe proud bird* gradually ap
proached him Looking over a logbehlnd
which he la,-, he mw neveu wild turkeyya
In a Hue, walking Indian lile, a mounter
gobbler at the head. The hunter had one
bullet *t fj hU gun, and l.e determined to
get the gobbler With thai, bullet. Taking
oerelul aim lie fir«d, and to tiix Intense
dellgb l the Uianifieent liar lie found
that one bullet had piiin-d through the
necka ol the .nvnii turkeyn, killing them
all. Thin I* a pretty tall ntory, ami the
man who geta up a auake atoriea will have
to claw hi* think tank a good while before
before he hcata It,
In lleury .InhtiMton'a Arnica it Oil Lin
iment i>. <• unbined the curative properliea
ol the iiift«!r«u.t oibi, with tli.i 10-almg i|ual
itii'ii ol A linen. (i nod lor man and an I
mal Kvery bottle guaranteed.
All lionvat men, whether lord or labor
er, are of the name lank, and all diction eat
men. whether burglara or liai kerx, are on
the name noidal lev.-l There can be no
The other day a creditor, iu Lanca iter
county, faxued an execution lor ♦.'loo on a
poor neighbor who had a bad nl.ru.in ol
'in k, bemden having >pmil moat ol the
winter iu a nick bed 11.. pluadnd for liuiei
buL Without avail, and hl« liiiUaabobl gondn
Including a cow the chief eupport ol tin.
lanilly during the winter, were put up for
Male by the nherilf. There were a number
of the. neighbor# prenent at the nale, but
when the nherill anked lor bidn, the audi
once nald never a word. Finally the poor
wile of the lebtor, with a tremuloua voice
and tear* "(reaming down her cheek*, hid
Ml tenia. There wan not another hid and
tie entire lot ol good* were knocked down
to her, and the hard-hearted creditor had
the aatinlautiott ol paying Hie co*ta.
—*' The scrapbock, as I had alwat 6'
understood it," said a eitiien, "meant a '
collection of various things, poetry, receipts
accounts of strange events, whatever was
novel and interesting in the view of the |
collector; or it meant a collection of clip- :
pings preserved ly the writer of them: out
I have seen lately a scrap book of a some
what different character, which was quite
novel to me, and certainly ol great interest !
to those whom it concerned. This was a 1
family scrapbook containing whatever had j
appearea in print about the members of j
the family, and extending back to a time
before the war. Sometime) it is a simple |
death notice from amoug the advertise
ments, bat telliug its story perfectly to
those who know; or it may be aa obituary
notice. Perhaps it is a paragaph telling
of an accident to some member of the
family, or the illness of one; personal news
contained in clippings from newspapers
from various parts ol the country as the
family grew np and moved away; a sort
of family record that to those concerned
increased in interest as the years went by.'
—A man may turn green with envy and
yet feel blue about it.
—lt is said that the Pullman porters
are preparing a protest againist the income
—Because a fellow wears cork-soled
shoes it dosen't indicate that he is light on
—Strong nerves depend upon bure,
strength-giving blood. Hood's Sarsaparil
la makes pure plood.
—lt is useless to p.ay auless you wish
to do so. for a prayer with no heart in it
cannot reach auy great distance from the
earth. The lord may know that you are
uttering a few words, but if you merely go
through t he form of the service and do not
thoroughly moan wuat you say you may
as well keep silent, for Ho pajs no heed.
If you really want something He gives you
the privilege of asking for it, and if your
soul is yearning to possess it He not only
listens with sympathy, but answers the
petition in His own time and in His own
—The sheriff of Venango county compel#
each incoming prisoner to report to a
thorough bath anil change of wearing
apparel wnen he makes his or her advent
nto the jail.
—Many teacher* and pupila in Pennsyl
vania are trying for the free Normal
School coarse offered by the Edinhoro
Publishing Co., Edinhoro Fa. Every
school in Hutler county should have an
agent. You'd better write them.
—"Beauty may he only skin deep," says
the philosopher, "but some people are
—A Base ball team in Kensington has a
pitcher named Wire and a catcher named
C'urent. Talk about your electric
—A bard wrote a poem to his inamorata
which was published in his tr.wn paper.
ile said her mouth was like a cowslip.
The priuttr spaced it, and it read "cow's
lip." Unhappy bard.
—ltw.i?very difficult to sit behind a
very high Kanter hat and maintain a
tranquil spirit while listenii g to the du
—Some ol the citizen* of Sharon who
have the welfare of you! lis at heart are
urging the euforcineiit of the anti-cigarette
law. They have notifed the authorities
that numbers ol the boys from 9 to Hi
years of age are .heavy smoker* ol the for
bidden sin If. The law, which wa. approv.
Ed in May, 188!t, prohibits the sale of
cigaiettes to persons under the age ol 10-
under penalty of s.'loo line for violation.
There is no doubt mat the enforcement
ol the law would benefit the youths I'hy
sielaui" tell us that the cigarette habit
a flee In the heart action, impairs the sight
and digestion, and weaken* the intellect.
Costiveness is the primary cause ol much
.li-ease, l)r Henry Baxter's Mandrake Bit
ters will permanently cure co*tivene»«.
livery bottle warranted
—3oato of the towu* of Ihit c.late are
trying the atono-pile plan on tramp*. One
thing i/i certain about the regulation tif
tranijn, namely, llial i', i* ridiculou* to
aenter.ee the diaorderljr one* to the county
jail anlui * their diet there iu be restricted t.i
the very plaineat menu that will HU' tain
life. Incarceration iu a place that afford*
lodging and plniity ol •nb*tau'ial food ha*
no terror* fir the non-working vagabond
I'o**ibly *ome day the people of till*
country will deal with thi* tramp (juoatlou
iu a logi a! manner, biiginillng with it*
origin. A knowledge ol the e>i'He* ol *o
much iilleue** and poverty i* dealing
radically and elfeoiively with the problem*
And now the modern buniue** girl
Declare* thai all goe* well.
Hinee gay ducelvei* may no morn
Their trutbleni. Mtone* tell.
For when h« lay* in honeyed phraae
The whole world at her feet,
"Good »ir," *ay* »he, "pray let me *ee
Vour income tax receipt."
"A Ntiteh iu time" often *aven oeuaump
Hon, Down*' BlUlr u*ed In time *ave»
"Did you over atop to thiuk,
Ju*t before you took a drink,
That the time may come day come
VVheu you'll be a blear eyed built
livery wot who'* lout hi* grip
Once, like you, ju*t took a 'nip."
I)r. Agnew'* Core lor the Hi art glv!J
perfect relief iu all caae* of Organic or
(Sympathetic lleat Dh»ea*o ill 30 minute*,
and apeedily elfect.* a cure. It. i* a peer
lemi remedy f.»r I'alpltation, Hhortnea* of
lireath, Hlliothering Hpell*. I'aiu ill Kelt
Hide ami all *ymptom* ofa Diaeaned Heart.
One doae convince*. Sold by Olty I'har
The Confederate *ilver hall dollar i*
reckoned a* one of the rare*t ol American
coin*. Only four unci were atruck. It
ha* the Goddewi of Liberty on one aide,and
a *l.alk of cane, one of cotton and the '-tar*
and bar* of trie Confederacy In a coal of
anil* on the other aide.
To extract money from Maurice Hoar,
a II art land, 111,, farmer, three maakeil
men, who entered III* Ikiuho |a*t I'rid ay
night, pouiidml him for a time and liebl
hi* fe.it oil a hot dove lleatlll kept ftlleol
and they uttelched him on a »tove until
the pain wa* ao great 'hat lie could no
longer endure It. Then lie he told where
he had ♦l■ i .ecrrted, and alter i-i'iirlug
thln.they made their cape.
Knglith Hpavin Liulmcnt remove.* ail
hard, *ofl or callouxiid lump* and blent
lahe* from hor*e«, blood *pavln*, curb*,
fplilit", aweeiiuy, riugb.me, atllle*, *praiu*
all MWollen throat*, cough*, etc Have
by line of one bottle. Wai ranted the
most wondeiful llleinlnh Cure ever known.
Hold by J 0. Uedlck. druggint Duller I'a
A lnu day* ago a* Mi*. Hamilton wa
ge tling dinn.-i at her home near llal*ton,
I'a , whe a t'ldenlly broke til*. *'l*li contain
ing potatoe*. Not ttiiuking any of the
broken piece* had remained iu the potatoe*,
the vegetable* were eaten by Ihe lanilly.
D'iriiig the meal Mr*. II million wa*
Nuddenly chokod to d»ath up hi a "inall
Twenty-five young ladle-, ol Young',
towu, Ohio, organiz'-d thedi -elve* Into a
club to w.-ar bloomer* and do other thing*
In the way of promoting idea* of ilre»*
Nearly Id,ooo pensioner* receive their
money through the i'ltlnburg agency, a
million and a hall every ijuarler.
LUrtU i iHOMiUk.
Cooper & Co., Having received a fuil assort -
Foreign and Domestic Woolens
I Ct-lIvJl suitable for Spring trade, we are
prepared to make suits to otder at prices which will defy all compe
tition in (Quality, Style, Fit and Workmanship. Call and be con
vinced before leaving your order for
A. Sprir\o Huit.
LEADING TAILORS, No. 301 S. MAIN ST.
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
C&m w HAY" FEVE K
Jt COLD-HE; fcSS
Ely'* Cream Jialm i* a liguiV, snuff or pmrd>, AppUrd into the n-mi rvs it i»
|||fnl ' / ■ ~ A
Cft J* the s-'rr.i. H-ht -I 'lnqutx or sent by m-i<-.i 1t -f J" C |l#%
DUO EIY BROTHERS. uG Wvmn Street NEW YORK. 3UC
«9 t J OnVfa'ITFCr<AKING.
FRENCH U ENAMELLED CALF.
1 >3.50 POLICE,3 SOLES.
r*| 49 Sp»2.WORK[NGMELV
J J" -EXTRA FlNE
Over One Million I'sople wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our .shoes arc equally satisfactory
They give the best value lor the money.
They equal cu*tom (hoes In style end Jit.
Th-ir wearing qualities are un«urpuii3C<l.
The prices ore uniform,—stamped on sole.
From $> to $ i saved over other makes.
II your dealer cannot supply you we can. .'■old by
ALEXANDER & DOUTT,
That I will Hell, nntil further notice, he
following goodn at the old prices, regari -
lenrt of the advance of 20c per gallon tax
by the governirent: AA. pure rye, 2years,
jf'J.OO per gallon; Tippecanoe, II years,
tli 25; Old Cabinet, 1 mmih, $2.50 per gal
lon; Bridgeport and Thoinp>on'a pure r;i e,
5 veare, $3.50 per gallon; Fincu llolden
wedding, Gibaon'a, Robin <in tJo. Uour
bon, 50 per gallon; Hatiiiii<v ille, Dough
erty, Monticello, 12 yehin, tfs 50 per gallo:
California winen, and nweei, Irom 750
per gallon to $1.50; 12 di»tiiict brani'n; my
own importation. Sherry and Port wine,
from $2.50 to 1F3.50 per gallon; alfo the
finent frinh and Bcotcn whinkiei at lowewt
wholesale rate«. ('all or send for apecial
price list* at .
188 Federal ntreet. Allegheny, I'a.
All order* by mail promptly atteni'cd.
No extra charge be- jiaeking. Telepln 1»
AWI> IMI'ORTKII OK
Fink winkh and Liqumuh,
130 Water St.. (Oppoele It & (). Depot.)
FINCH'S GOLDEN WEDDING,
FOB MEDICAL AN I) FAMILY UHK.
SI .OO per Qt., or <> </tH. for $5 00"
Fiucl.'* Golden Wedding, Dougherty,
Uuckenheimer, Lorge Gitmon, Hridgeport,
Ml. Vernon, Overboil, etc. This i* the
only house not rectifying in the cltv, then -
fore our good* are warranted pure. Good*
securely packed and boxed without extra
charge, O. I) and mail order* receive
prompt attention. Grandfather'* choice 3
ear old, $2.0!) p-sr g allon. Try u*.
AFTER Ai-L OTHERS FAIL
I "■ ■ Coni»ult tboOl.i lU lliibln
:iin N. yiirrßKNTii ht., piiii.A.,
Thirty yinm' • ritltiiioiin |»ru» 11« •• In lh«* run* of all
fllwuii n «»f nn tl uiml woiih m No umIUT from wlml
I'kuwt r»r liow l<»ni( MiunUiiiiC. ' %vlll awtrantrr » ruro.
I M'l I'tttfd CJlolli Uouiul iiook nuil iiiuLud
'l lr f li ilery nnd full of fusnl
<•11 nml ulhcr
iKii. r • uiy of (lint Ultxl In
th«* market. If your doctor
|i I'l/jiiini-nilri u w ho| \
' rimiiluuf , vou'd do w«ll t a>
hi" v.iiut 3 ot« nr»! iccttliig
v, lo'n \ 1 ill f out to fjirt u
J?' • • r \Vh > k' v,
<»)•! J .*, p |,jilfrv tilth »»I«hmI
Pi • I i ■>f pulillo JtiuiMiH'til for
I• • 111 » v. Illiollt liUpruVlM
otir i luiHiM In tli l« nnl It In i
j" i i pun', | >it.littnt«l<* and
r«iill.l hli i<fH ; r ,t j i old
Full Q J iris, $1.00;
Si* Quarfs, sti 00.
!■;',! ..od • |i • * oi'fi Hhlpiwd
i . i |ril/. [i oil ««• pay i'X|ir.*«
11* • • order* <>r (10 et)
Lk.MING & SON.
(JoiopW U- I'lirn I<i I» of Wlim i and Liquor*
STORM BIRD 9450.
KctorU 2:35 «l 4 Year*.
Klr«» ol M lldri'd.li.iJf mi lit trial Iu I 0.» and
uiiafUir in 'SI Mit(!iiiidw a* a yttftr old. Kir**
Lord UuM«*dl (lirofhur to M st]<l H 1S:0H|)
lr« of Knuuliu 1? 0i 'l, II iMtlnr IttH utll 2 l-i
mid 16 othorn iu 2".'Ml,
(irttHti Motitiittiu Muni; <1 tin ol !i in tlm .'»0
lut, . r » Pi ol Imr dtinrtillflHUlH urn 111 'J .'lO
lint nnd lioldn 'JH ol 1110 World'w mttord^.
Will li«i found hi. I lit*
durlnir ih« Muuuttur ol inn.# in clmrtfM ol
Will. (I. VV#il|fln lN?(li|'ii)(i on iip|ilioAt)<dl.
TKIC&IH +'.!» to liouirfi.
BUPFALO BOY jHHiT"
Uy I'odnliontm Hoy 'J. 'M, nir»» o I (JUy
11 on lii< 'J 11 J itrti! fith«M Irom 'J I; to ,'jo.
11.mi Ltdjr n full 1•; ■ • ;• ■'» - 1 1 ■ .
Will li# found til hi-i old I "In I*'*.
II n It U'< provttu hiiiiMidl to bit I'iw !»«• t ti'u K
liorM't (or <-irrnitfn uud fond lior ii' llutl in
to Im found iu tl.u founVV
TKUM >HOto hi in Kof furtiiHt iw
foruiAtion udd 1
AI.ONZO \f« 'AMihKHH,
PI Hlrhr.l. I I .Il IU#W»I»I l'ri„» '
_ llilglnul nml «>*tly li» " uIM'
Vet«lli» r / f
1 «(c« JPk " If. I|i I fur I 1 - n lurii
/ 4 Itl. •Or < imnliuH o ,VlM«n«..».
IvU 11 tJ UMI UI MMMU. I'hUad*., I »
IS NATURE'S OWN TONIC.
B Stimvlatoa the appetite and pro
Jb du3oa rcfrmhiuc sleep.
GIVES VITAL STRENGTH TO K'JRSiNS
Cli»cka wastincr dineascs. stops
JS -, night eweeta, cores incipient
~, _ Increases stront-h and fleah.
g \ MAKES RED, RICH BLOOD,
Promote." Ji :".lt::/lung tissne.
Willjrlvo the pui' l nnd puny tho
rosy checks ol jouth.
CURES ATX rrr.'AL" COMPLAINTS.
Vi Makes strong LV. 'idwoinoaof
eiLMiirlE'B SHOK iGrilG PILLS
Cure t fasting Diseases and
Theyi r" neither styptio nnreauatio. and
I . i; no congulatinK effect on tho contents
;l ' sf 'ina h or it-, lining; consequently
■ • hurt tho teeth or cause constitution
. Tt-o'tt. aa 'to the usual fornix of Iron
i , . treatment SOc, pamphlet l'reo. 11
, pi l.y your'lrugKiat, audruas
ORE &l CO..
What. Nerve Eierrics
have done for others
Wf will <lo
OF ,6Ta " AY t%
MEN Easily, Quickly \
and Permanently Rostorod. aoxii DAY.
A positive cure for all Weaknesses,
Nervousness, Debility, and all their
train of evils resulting t rom early errors
and later excesses; the result of over
work, sickness, worry,etc. Develops
and givestone and strength to thesex
ualorgans. Stops unnatural losses or
nightly emissions caused by youthful
eriorsor excessive use of tobacco, opium
and liquor, which lead to consumption
and insanity. 1 heir use >ho\vs immedi
ate improvement. Insist upon having
the genuine NERVE BERRIES, 10 other.
Convenient to cany in vebt pocket.
Price, S»f .00 per box, six boxes, one full
treatment, £s.< X). Guaranteed tocure
any case. II not kept by your drug
gist we will send them by mail, upon
receipt of price, in plain wrapper.
I'amphlet f i ce. Address mail 01 dersto
AMFKICAH McDICAL CO.. CINCINNATI, 0.
Famous Now York, tailor-mde
I 'or sale by prominent dealers
all over the State. None genuine
without 1 laminersloufjh Bro's
lab "I. The swcllest and best
wearing t lotlieS in this Country.
Ask your clothier for them.
HYMI'IOM' i - •" i v
■ I InaliiM I in- ♦ . < . « If
»ll.."..lo. . • " . I".
M i.i. i. «n... i.' .. •. -i t %. .#
•»rtw «\V * \ » M««
«..<l 1.1. . I *(
WE MAKE WHEELS
Quality Guaranteed the BEST.
OUR LINES, WEIGHTS AND
ami RIGHT I
ELDREDGE # BELVIDERE
IN TWCNTV-riVK ■TVLtB.
WAITC ron ocscniPTivc oatalosuk.
National Sewlnu Machine Go.
(J KN Kit A b MUCK JOHBKK
(Jtiiiiiii.'yH, (Jrntu nntl Holler Hottliifr.
ClaUun r.inlilmg Mini i'cw. r
v\ ork a Hpfci«lty.
'" s |D. T. PAPE'S. [ 2 S Ma "'
Street. ( ) Street.
THE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE OF
Come sec our spring Millinery. EVEN IF You DON'T WANT
TO BUY. Our display is lar ahead of all previous years in Style and
Beajty, and the prices are much lower. The largest stock, the
choicest patterns, and the Newest Ideas ever brought to Butler.
sglf Mourning Goods a Specialty.
WE * NEED * NO
The people of Butler county know us Our Reputa
tion for the past 25 years has been such that you can
rely upon us, and take our word when we say that our
goods are made from the best selected grain, and are
kept in Government Warehouse until they reach the
proper age to be smooth and palatable. WE SO
LICIT YOUR PATRONAGE and you can feel as
sured that your confidence will not be misplaced.
We quote you here a few prices on goods that stand
high in point of excellence and purity.
PER. ; PER. PER. J
S Qt. 1 Gal Case
4 Silver Age Pure Rye $1,50 $6,00 $15,00
w Duquesne Rye & Barley Malt 1,25 5,00 12,00 0
€ Malt, absolutely pure 1,25 5,00 12,00
M Bear Creek, Old Monon 1,00 4,00 10,00 \
2 Guckenheimer, (> years 01d... 1,00 4,00 10,00
# Gibson, 6 years old 1,00 4,00 10,00
f Finch, 6 years old 1,00 4,00 10,00
J Dougherty, 6 years old 1,00 4,00 10,00
a Overholt 1.00 4,00 10,00
4 Large 1,00 4.00 10,00 #
r I lannisville 1,00 4,00 10,00 v
?Mt Vernon....: 1,00 4,00 10,00
i Guckenheimer, 4 years 01d... ,75 3,50 8,00 1
d Possum 65 2,50
0 Anchor ,50 2,00 #
J Monogram 1,75 t
J Magnolia 1,50 J
4L"%. •%--%. ■%.-%.-%.% V-%
We Pay all Express charges on or
ders Amounting to $5,00 or over,
making no charge for packing and shipping.
Send for complete catalogue and price list of all kinds ofliquors to
Distiller and Importer
82 Federal St.
.J ewelry-Sil verware- -Clocks.
Purchasers can save from 25 to 50 pe
rent by purchasing their watches, clock'
and spectacles of
J. R. GRIEB, The Jeweler,
No. 125 IV. Mai'i St., Dufty Block
> E :: trie Bell and Clock.
GREAT VALUE WEEKLY NEWS
FOR of THE WORLD
LITTLE MONEY. FOR A TRIFLE.
New York Weekly Tribune,
» Ittniilyjinun tmiriinl, in the Imillny Ki'imltllcan family patmr «>l tlie United Slutm It
i. ii NATIONAL FAMII.Y I'AFBR. and *lv*a all «>• **n«"ral w»w» Ihr
I nltml Stnti<N It KIVI'» ihi> ttvnnix of forMlicii laudx ID •• nutab.lt. li* A.GKIGUL.
TUBAL ilttpartniMii ha* m> »u|»erl«r ID the country. It* MARKKT HBPOBTB
«m rni'tiKiilii><l aullmilly. Sruartlt di<partin«ut* lor TUB FAMIL> YCIBCJE
OUlt YOUNO FOLKS anil SOIBNOB AND MBCHANIOH Ita HOMK
ANIJ bOCIKTY rolunina rumniaiiil lh« admiration o| wlvea ami d>.<igblnra. It*
Kmintul politloul nnWk, editorial. ami dUouwlotia #rn cemptrb fnaiv#, brilliant and
A SPkiCIA L> OONTKAOT mablea UM to offer thi* eplundid Journal and "THB
ONE YEAR FOR ONLY
CASH IN ADVANCE.
(The regular HIIIIM ilptlon for llm two papnrn la £! 50.)
KI * Hhl'lt I I'TIONK VAY HEUJN AT ANY TIMK
Aiidrepn nil order* to - - - "THE CITIZEN
Writ* your iimno and addrviia on apottal card, mind it to (ieo. W. Bent
Room 2, Tribune Building. New York City, and Hani pie copy of Tbe
NEW YOBK WEEKLY TRIBUNE wll be mailed to you