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*, F. Hartzell. Frank ta P er '
The Adriance Kinder
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Is the lightest draft, the simplest corsfuc'-el, the easiest a'.e l. and
the most dura Vie of any binder on the in?"vet. It will rotv-pspt on
the steepest hills, It v 111 cul whtre P l ' O '*~S f?"l. It v. .. na.idle as
lons' or as short grain as ?nv o her bit" l '—. T t *' '1 < ! o at- .e v in
tangled grain than any binder in i"-e. 'i bs b nder is so don- -s ,ts.
If it fails to do as above mentioned, we do not ask you to b • v. All
niacbines and vebiries sold by us a-e g~r ? I'.H to be ?s : ese ited.
Machinery for all fa~n use, from the p'ox io the"-na a p-, c?;t be got
from us. Vehicles i I various stvies ?~d r-;ces. Har "*ss o : a .
of use. Tie's ard Cove's, Dvs'e-s, Roi>es, E'?n>ej. &c.
In short, anvth : , g Ijeloag-'ng to a te; mor Jit is kept b"us. llie best
wagon on the roavket is sold b- us. We t supe .or to any
thing sold in this county. Call and ses us
HARTZELL & KEMPER,
And accept tbe greatest opportunity
ever offered to buy your Footwear
at old prices. You will thank us
for calling your attention to the pri
oea when you see the goods.
At $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00,
Ladies' Tan Kid Lace Shoes;
Veedle and Opera Toe, neatly trim
•d with Diamond Cut Tip, Popular
shades ot tan, width from A to E;
sizes 2$ to 7.
At 75c, SI.OO, $1.25 and $1.50,
Ladies Fine Buttou Bhoea Patent
At 50c, 75c. SI.OO and $1.25,
Ladies FineOxtords in Tan and
At SI.OO, $1.25 and $1.50,
Ladies' White Kid Opera Slipper*
1 strap Sandals and Canvas Oxfords
At 85c. SI.OO, $1 25 and $1.50,
Misses Fine Bhes Tan and Black,
Opera and Square toes, Best fitting
and wearing Shoes ever offered for
Leader in Low Prices and Reliable Goods.
102 N. Main Street, - - - °pix,site "<" cl
i lino in
PURCHASE. ? SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Enables us to give our customers two big Bargains—Bargains that
are not ofter offered in the busy season.
1. 75 yards Chiffon Lacc 50c quality for 25c, in l.lack, ream,
Navy, Red, Pink, Pale Blue and Yellow.
2. 200 yards 50 and 60c Ribbon for 25c.
MILLINERY at our usual Low Prices.
M. F. & M. MARKS.
J. S. YOUNG, The Tailor and Fiirnisher,
Desires to nay that our expectations are more than realized. Kveryhody pronouncen our
■UITH the fluent that have ever bees tamed out in liut'er.
"We Make the IVtost Stylish GrarmentH
and handle the Mit grades or Woolens and Trimmings of any house outeMe of the larjjir cities.
Oor Prices are as low a« superior workmanship anu slrlc<Jv flrsK;la«i woolens and trimmings
will admit Of. WE GL'AItANTKK perfect satisfaction In ea/;h and every detail and the great
lumber of orders we are receiving' dally, proves that our customers apprec. ate these facts:
10i Soith Main Street, | C Vrkiirio- TheTA,LOR
Butler, Pa. * UUIIJJj Gents' Parnisber.
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
' GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
IIS NATURE'S OWN TONIC.
Stimulates the appetite and pro
duces refreshing sleep.
BIVES VITAL STRENGTH TO MIRSINO
Chocks wasting diseases, stops
night sweats, cures Incipient
O Increases strong :h and flush.
MAKES RED, RICH BLOOD,
Promotes healthy lung tissue.
Will give the pale end puny the
Nrosy cheeks of youth.
CTTRXS ALL FEMALE COMI'LAIHTS.
Makes strong men and w ,u»on of
GILMORE'S IRON TONIC PILLS
Care ell Wasting Diseases and
BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, &c.
They are neither styptic nor caustic and
have no coagulating effect on the contents
of tbo stomach or its lining, consequently
do not hurt the teeth or oause constipation
or diarrhoea, as do the usual forms of Iron.
10 days treatment SOo. pamphlet free. If
sot kept by your druggist, address
GILMORE & CO.,
■■HillOll OPEXISfa ■ppni
FonFmFnTTv "r gentleman tw<vi.t»hf*d W1 -
BelghVirlmod. f'-oropensatloD fr'l, SW to I ~
mwitblv. Wotk outll- ed. Onl.r energetic im
ambitions to tweend, r.eed ajirily N« f'ap
requijed . Addiess with referent e. Olobe U
PuflltMng Co.. 7*3 Chestnut street, fhlla '•
SHOES FOR THE COUNTRY,
CITY and VILLAGE; Shoes for
all; We have them. It's a good shoe
that fits Perfectly, Looks Handsome
and wears well.
DO YOD WEAR SHOES?
Then boy from us and save money
Any size and width you want here.
A large assortment to choose from.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Manufac
tures are asking 2- r ) per c*nt advance
on shoes. We shall make no advance
while oor present Stock lasts.
Of Fine Footwear
To be sold at Old Prices.
At 90c, $1 00, $1.25 and $1.50,
Men's Fine shoes, Congress and
Balß, Tip or Plain Pointed or Full
At $1 40, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00,
Men's Tan Shoes Razor, Needle and
Chicago lasts, Best Bhadeß;widths B
At 75c SI.OO and $1.25.
Men's Working Shoes, strong and
At 75c, SI.OO, $1,25 and $1.50
Boys and Youths Shoes in Tan
and Black; all new shapes. These
a r e beauties. All shades of Tan in
Children's Lace and Batton Shoes,
Sizes Bto 11, 85c to SI.OO. Smaller
sizes 50c, 75c and $1 00.
tWh&t Nerve Berrie*
have done for others
MEN Eatily, QuicklyWLLSm
and Permanontly Rottorod.
A positive cure for all Weaknesses,
Nervousness, Debility, and ail their
train of evils resulting from early errors
and later excesses; the result of over
work, sickness, worry, etc. Develops
and gives tone and strength to thesex
ualorgans. Stops unnatural losses or
nightly emissions caused by youthful
errorsor excessive use of tobacco,opium
and liquor, which lead to consumption
and insanity. I heir use shows immedi
ate improvement. Insist upon having
the genuine NERVE BERRIES, no other.
Convenient to carry in vest pocket.
Price, s<.oo per box, six boxes, one full
treatment, $5.00. Guaranteed to cure
any case. If not kept by your drug
gist we will send tli-ni by mail, upon
receipt of price, in plain wrapper.
Pamphlet free. Address mail ordersto
AMERICAN MEDICAL CO.. CINCINNATI, 0.
Bees and Bee Supplies For Sale.
Soeh as Becl.""". Brood Frame*. Hives,
Foundation*. Re«- Smokers, etc.
JAMES C. MURPHY,
ilercer Htrcot, Butlur, Pa.
Or J. b MURPHY, at S. 0. Purvis 4 Co
D ,AnONDS -
W Jk Good health i» better
m fjM uV Vhac dismond*. Health
■ ,v\ if life No pleasure cut
■ /M \\\ be taken without it. It ia
f| Iwjßiy ' the most precious thing in
'LIMM the world, and many people
tare careless about it. They
Ml neglect their little ailments
lUlthey ignore mature s sig-
AjHr nals and run right onto the rocks
lfl| of disease. All diseases have
nßlfl insignificant beginnings. Con-
JBWsumption is but the fruit of
BUm neglected eatarrh. A slight cola
develop# into pneumonia or bron
zy[ chitis. A little indigestion gTows
into "liver complaint"
MM The best way to cure a disease
IK u to prevent it. The neat best
Vf way is to catch it before it ie
velops to its worst stage.
M Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
TM Discovery is a medicine for the
MM whole body. It searches out the
weak spots and builds them up.
m It is a strengthened a purifier and
m a cure. It puts the digestive sy»-
■k tem into an active, healthy con-
HI dition, purifies and enriches the
1] blood and forces out all poisonona
If matter Taken in time, it will
f cure 98 per cent, of all cases of
M consumption. It is a purely vege-
IM table compound that works in
M perfect harmony with nature. It
U tones up the whole body and pro
mf duces strong, hard, healthy flesh.
Ml It has cured hundreds of cases of
consumption, bronchitis, asthma,
\» chronic nasal catarrh and kindred
W maladies, which had withstood
V the effect of every other medicine.
I A large number of testimonial
letters and photographs of those
cured have Seen printed in book
II form. We will send the book
ML your address, also this notice and
JH 6 cts for postage, to World's Dis
DO not be deceived.
The following brands of
VT.ite Lead are still made by the
" G:d Dui ;h" process of slow cor
r JI. They are standard, and
T!. j recommendation of
"Armstrong & McKelvy,"
to y>'i by your merchant is an
* ■ ofht3 reliability, as he can
•. 1 cheap ready-mixed paints
.... i ,'J3 White Lead and make a
la;; ; vr profit. Many short-sighted
aier.i do so.
• o,< ( • nis.—National Lead Co.'s Pure
V/...U-; T:i.t:ng Colors, a one-pound can 10
d. pout.') ktg ot Liad and mix your own
; d.i.o. S: ves t:ir.e and annoyance in matching
kl. -s, and insures the best paint that it is
jx.--.Me to |<..t uri wood.
Sctid us a postal card and get our book oa
paints and color-card, free; it will probably
save you a good many dollars.
NATIONAL"LEAD CO, New York.
German National Bank Building, Putsbarg.
for Hones, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Eogi,
000 Page Book on Treatment of Animals
and Chart bent Free,
eona < Fevers, Congestions, I nilammatlaa
A. A. ' Splnnl Meningitis, milk Fever.
B.H.—-irnlns, Lameness, Kbmiaailia,
C.C.'.--l>lstempeT, Nasal Discharges.
D.U—Boia or <;rabs, Worms.
E.K.--( nuuh», Heaves, Pneumonia.
F.F.— (ollr or (;rl|>es. Bellyache.
(i.d.— •llsrarrlaKP, Hemorrhages.
H.H.—l'rlnary and Kidney UUeasea.
i.I. Krnpflre Diseases, Mange.
.K.--Diseases ol Digestion, Paralysis.
Single Bottle'over 90 dosesX - - .60
Stable Case, with Kpedfles, Manual,
Veu-rtnsry (Jure Oil an>l Medlcator, ST.OO
Jar Veterinary Core Oil, - • 1.00
Ml toy brurrUU; or eat prr uprhmi»4 Is af
qstaUt/ oa r-flpl ol prtc*.
■tarHHu- sin. to., 111 a liiwinisatt., »™r«t
In uss 36 yssra. The only tnccesrfnl remedy tor
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
*nd Pro«'-ration, from over-work or other c&neee.
91 per vi*i, or 6 rials and large vial powder, for sft.
Moid by Dragffsta, or a*nt on receipt of prlc*.
■OmrnRBTS* UP. ca, 111 A 1 It WUIUM St., BevVerk.
« SUFFER UNTOLD MISERIES. »
« ACTS AS A SPECIFIC >2
» Br Arousing to Health} Action ill htrOrglM.S)
« It caunes health to bloom, and/?
» joy to n 'ign throughout the frame.«
|... It Never Fails
» "Mr wtfn hastwn nnrtir treatment of lead-??
CClnc ulirslclaix yr*r#. without bensnt.Ar
« Aft«-r illnl( ll.r. " Ix.lil*. of BKA
KKtllAl.r HKiiDLATOK she can d'< tier cjwiiM
//cooSlm.iullSln* «n1 w»»hln«." »
» N. M. BKY AN, Henderson, Al». ft
«IUUI>HM.I> REOI'I.ATOK CO., Atlsst*, Wa.SS
« Bold by druggist* *t SI.OO p«r botUs S
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Titf. AJtftKM f SiCCI iltft
THE OLD RELIABLE
I SWEET CAPORAL
His stood ths Test of Tims
MOPE SOLD THAN ALL OTMEB
nil RCITCHING PILO
■ A»«oLrrnir.r comm. OINTMENT
n«n«»A tltfwa lUkIH Ml
tUmglmf. m*mt .1 nl(kl| w>r» brHraUlla^l?
ftUowAd to •«*[!■«• taaon fim a»S fiiluft
££ h .wrv Ms*
—"- : tTTi-irr-rf- J, T— *rir--tii - rimiTmii
Returned The Compliment.
One seldom hears a stiry more piquant
ly flavored with the real old Kew Eng
land humor than that told about Uncle
Gideon Goodwin, who, eighty years ago,
was one of the characters of the town.
AV that time the Methodists used to gather
at the houses to hold their prayer meet
ings, arid as Gideon was a devont wor
shipper of that creed be;was a regular attend
ant. One night the meeting was held at
the house of Harlow Harden, and Gideon
vas there. In those days excitement raj
high, and just as the enthusiasm of the
assemblage was wrought to the highest
pitch, Uncle Harden, as he was always
called, arose to bis feet and. lifting up his
hands, shouted in a voice full of fervor:
"Glory to Gideon!" Hardly had the
chorus ot amens which this utterance call
ed forth died away, when Goodwin, who
thought that the praises were meant for
him, and was bound to return the com
pliment, jumped up and said: "Glory to
yoa, too Uncle Harden!" That broke np
the meeting. The solemnity of the oc
casion, so thoroughly shaken, conld not
be restored, and there was a speedy ad
The Toothpick Industry.
Insignificant articles like the toothpiok
represent the investment of millions of
capital, the employment of skilled labor,
uti' zation of the latest inventions, the
consumption of vast quanitities of wood,
and the operation of a long line ot complex
activities. These small articles play an
important part in the economies of all
civilized nations. To stop at once the
manufacture ot toys and all not really
needful articles in these nations would be
to put a stop to a large part of the work
ing and producing forces that constitute
the origin of civilisation. Some Euro
pean nations live mainly by their work on
articles that are really only mere toys and
playthings. In the United States we are
rapidly addiug to onr productions all the
wares that find favor abroad, while we
have originated scores of novelties in the
amusement line that are being sold and
imitated abroad. There is in humanity a
chord that responds to the touch of fri-,
volity adds the American Woodworker,
and that ohord has enabled the inventors of
ingenious nothings to coin fortunes out of
RelieJ in Stx Hours.
—Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved in six hours by the "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
This new remedy is a great surprise on
account of its exceeding promptness in
relieving pain in tbe bladder, kidney, baok
and every part of the urinary passages in
male or female It relieves retention oi
water and pain in passing it almost im
mediately . If you want quick relief and
cure this is your remedy. Sold by . C.
Redick druggist Butler Pa.
He Said The Same Thing.
Horaoe Greeley once wrote a note to a
brother editor in New York, whose writ
ing was as illegible as his own. The re
cipient of the note, not being able to read
it, sent it back by the same messenger
for elucidation. Sap posing it to be the
answer to his own note, Mr. Greele? look
ed over it, but likewise was nnable to read
it, and then said to the bo/, "Go and take
it back. What does the cussed fool
meant" "Yes, sir," *aid the boy; that is
juit what he says."
—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 ones the cauie and the dis- j
ease immediately disappears. The first
done greatly benefits, io cts. Sold by J. C
Redick, druggist. Butler.
—The bastern hemisphere, on whioh
dwell 92 per cent of the popnlation ol the
world, has 170,792 mile* of railroad, or 46
per cent of all railroads.
—Many teachers and pupil* in Pennsyl
vania are trying for the free Normal
School course offered by the Edinboro
Publishing Co., Edinboro Pa. Every
school in Butler county should bav« an
agent. You'd better write them.
A corner in camphor i* reported
China promises a big crop of tea
—South Australia ia having a busiuess
Dr. Agnew's Cum for the iitart giv£
perfect relief in all cases of Organic or
Sympathetic Heal Disease iu 30 minutes,
aud speedily effects a cure. It is a pear
less remedy f.ir Palpitation, Shortness o:
Breath, Smothering Spells, Pain in Del;
Side and all symptoms of a Diseased Heart.
One dose convinces. Bold by City Phar
—The Napoleon fad shows signs of
Hot winds are damaging the crops of
—Mount Vesuvius is in a state of
violent eruption again.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blern
isbes from horses, blood spavins, curbs,
splints, sweeuey, ringbone, stifles, sprains
ail swollen throats, coughs, etc nave
SSO by use of one bottle. Warranted the
most wonderful Blemish Cure ever Known.
Sold bv J C. Redick. druggist Butler fA
When Pennsylvania in two year* speut
over SIOO,OOO in hawk and owl bounties sne
not only squandered good money, but ac
tnally did mischiafto the farming interest*,
which are ostensibly sought to be protected
by such expenditure. An examination of
the stomachs of these birds by ti*e Orni
thologist of the Department of Agriculture
has proved conclusively that ninety-five per
cent, of their food was field mice, grass
hoppers and crickets, which were infinitely
more injurious to farm crops than the birds
Why Not Try the New and Better Way
Of doing your shoppiugf Instead of
coming to the store, make the store come
to yon. Yes, and the best and biggest
store in the oountry at that: namely, Kao
lin an n Brothers, Pittsburg. Drop them a
Postal and yon will gat their spring and
summer Catalogue grati*, enabling yon to
order by mail anything yon may wiih, and
saving a* much money as city people do.
—Rev. Russell H. Con well, of Philadel
phia, has asked for a year's leave of absence
from his pnlpit, the Baptist Temple. Ha
intends to devote a year to lecturing, in
order to lift a $40,000 mortgage on the
church A lecture bureaa has offered him
$39,900 for 290 lectures. His congregation
is composed of 4,000 people of limited
■—The cherry orop of Santa Clara
County, California, thii year will exceed
0,000,000 pounds, an increase of nearly two
million pounds over last year.
—A Chicago butcher has broken tha
record lor speedy cattle dressing. With
a helper he succeeded Ln killing and dress
ing a steer in five minutes and seventeen
—The postmaster and Assistant Post
master of Keavy, Laurel County, Ky.,
brothers-in-law, too, had a fight in which
both of them were instantly killed.
Jealousy furnished the motive.
—yuan Yiok Nam has been trying to
Parkhurst Chinatown, in New York City,
and he is now in trouble, a* the leading
gamblers there have offered the high
binders a reward for hi* bead
—The St. Louis United Elevator Com
puny find That its elevators are short 200,-
000 bushels of wheat, and nabody can
account for it* disappearance.
In tome parts of Kew Mexico there
grow* a grass which produces » somnnifer
ous effect on the animals that grase npon
it. Horses, after eating thn gTass, in
nearly all cases sleep standing, while
oows and sheep almost invariably lie
down. It has occa.-ionllj happened that
travelers have stopped to allow horses to
feed in places where the grass grew pretty
thickly, and the animals have had time to
eat a considerable qnanitity before its
effect manifested themselves. In soch
•ft es horses have (rone to sleep on the
road, and it is hard to aronse them.
The effect of the grass passes off in an
hoar or two, and no bad results have ever
been notioed on aeoonnt ot it. Cattle on
the ranches frequently come npon patches
of this grass, where they feed for perhaps
half an honr or more, when they wake up
and start feeding again.
The programme ia repeated perhaps a
doien times, until thirst obliges them to
go to water. Whether, like the poppy,
the grass contains opinm, or whether its
sleep-prodocing property is due to some
other Bubstance, has not been determined.
Mr. Fredrick V. Colvill. Botanist Unit
ed States Department of Agriculture,
says: "The so-oalled sleepy grass mention
ed in a recent article in Pearson's Weekly
is known technically as Stipa viridula ro
bust a and is known from reliable persons
to have a narcotic effect on horses and
—Russia is to establish a permanent
legation at the Vatican, Home.
—Commissioners from .Mosquito ask
Colombia to tnnex the reservation.
—The Salvation Army officers of Chatta
nooga, Tenn., all ride the bicycle.
—There are 17,000 or 18,000 people in
the aew district Ja«t annexed to Kew
—The Lake Street elevation road,
Chicago, decided |to discard steam and
—Cattlemen in Argentina are con
tracting to deliver dresßed oxen in Liver
pool at 960 per 700-pound carcasi.
—About 100,000 cases of Columbia
River salmon have been caaght for th e
British isles this season, as agaiust 30,000
—There Lave been so many tourists at
Jerusalem thu year that many preferred
tents outside the walls to the crowded
—The Miohigan Legislature failed by
jast a tie vote in the House to pass a law
restoring capital punishment for murder
it the first degree.
—lt is often supposed that boys in grow
ing keep ahead of girls; but recent meas
urements disprove this. The boys, up to
their eleventh year, were found to run
about a quarter to half an inch taller than
the girls. They were then overtaken b>
the girls, who surpassed them in height
till their sixteenth year, when the boy*
again grew faster than the girls, and
came to the front
—Vacation season is at band. Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla now to enjoy your
—There Is now Mid to b« 850 electric
railroads in this country, haring 9,000
mile* of track, with 23,000 earn and capit
alized at (>400,000,000, or about $44,500 per
mil*, all of wbioh road* bare been built or
equipped within the pa*t eight yearn, auo
mutt of them within the pant three or four.
So rapidly and quietly have they been
comtrnoted that not only have they taken
possession of the streets of cities and large
towns, bat hare occupied country high
way s, and though mill claiming to be street
railways, have in tact become intertown
railroads, with most of the privileges at
taching to steam railway*.
"There are times when a man would be
Far from the madding crowd.
Where he bis privacy can own,
And think his thoughts oat lim<l.
One of these times, without a doubt.
Is when ha first bestride*
A bike, the and neighbors all coine oat
To see bow well be rides."
—The hod of briok which fell from a
scaffold over the front door of this office,
apon the head of the editor, and fi.'o
bioken will not be paid for by as, unless
we are compelled to pay for theui by law.
We dont propose to have our 40 cent
straw hat cot in two, our hair mussed op
and our right eai split, through the awk
wardness of an amaetur hod oarrier, aid
pay for the brick, too, if we are a hay
seed editor.— Km Let another bod full of
br.ck hit yen. Tour paper w<is hotter
than ever last week.
—One of the few good bills passed by
tha recent legislature is that providing
that supervisors may erect a township
building in which to store township
property, hold township meetings and
elections. As now arranged but few of
the townships have buildings set apart in
which to bold elections, and they are
owned by the county and cannot be used
for township uurposes. If the supervis
ors carry out the provisions of the law
carefully it will be a good airaugerneut
for the township.
—How soon will the ooming woman be
—The pickpocket is usually a man ol
deep penetration and good feelings
—Hoax—That story of yours remind*
ma of • tramp. Joax—How sot Hoax—
It won't wash.
—The man who boasts that he has
money to barn often experiences difficul
ties in getting matches.
—A statistician has estimated that the
average man'* vocabulary fs from 500 to
700 words. Wonder what a woman's isT
—Homebody has discovered that In bib
lical times women were quite as chary
about telling their age as they are to-day
for in spite of all the women whose story
is told in Soriptnre. .Sarah is the only one
whose age is mentioned.
Rock-a-by babv on a tree top;
Papa will warble your crying to stop;
Mamma is anxious to vote like a man
And we've all got to hnstle the best that
Rock-a-by baby on a tree top,
Mamma is bnsy electing a cop;
Bister is hnnting a pattern she'd like
For bloomers, and grandma is riding a
—The Sunday school picnic is ooming
—A railroad oonductor residing in
Altoona astonished and amused the
congregation of which he is daaoon by
calling out "Fare*, please," as he began
passing the collection basket.
—There Is at least one similarity be
tween editing a newspaper aud playing
ball. Every body on the bleachers know*
more about what should be done than the
man with the peocil or clab.
—A novel religion* service wa* held
near Philadelphia .a few day* ago, at
North wood AtbUtio Park. A popular
minister invited the wheelmen of the city
to rida their wheels oof to tb« park
and attand a raligioul service. His
success was greater than be anticipated.
When ha began the services be found an
immense congregation of wheelmen who
Kiijftjed his sermon, and after it was over
personally thanked lum and promised to
return next Sunday and bring a number
The Home Furnishers.
arlor Suits ffuiis
Bedroom Suits Lice Curtains
Hall Racks l.wlSUfc® ' 1 Silk Curtains
Book Cases Curtain Poles
Decorated China Dinner Sets,
Decorated Porcelain Dinner Sets,
Decorated Toilet Sets.
Stoves, Ranges and Tinware.
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We Furnish Your Home Complete. * *
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EUfs Cream Balm it not a liquid, snuff or powder. Applied tnlo the nnstrils it it
quickly absorbed. It cleanses the head, allays inflammation, heals _
CAA the sores. Bold bu druggist* or sent by mail on reeeivt v>fprice. Llln
DUC ELY BROTHERS 56 Www Street NEW YORK. Dill
That I will sell, until further notice, ~ he
following goods at the old prices, regard -
lean of the advance ot 20c per gallon tax
by the governrcent: A A. pure rye, 2 yearn,
#2.00 per gallon; Tippecanoe, 3 yearn,
$2 2f>; Old Cabinet, 4 yearn, $2.50 per f-'al
lon; Bridgeport and Thompson'* pure rye,
5 yearn, $3 50 per gallon; Finch Golden-
Wedding, Gibson's, Robinson Co. Bi.ur
bon, $4 50 per gallon; Hanni»ville, Dough
rtv, Montioello, 12 year*, $5.50 per gallon
( .ahfornia wines. Aiy and sweet, from 7.V
° er gallon to $1.50; 12 distinct brain's; my
wn importation. Hberry and I*«>rt wine,
rora $2 50 to $3.50 per gallon; also the
finest Irish and Scotcn whiskies af lowest
wholesale rates. Call or send for special
price lists at
188 Federal street. Allegheny, Pa.
All orders by mail promptly attended.
No extra charge for packing. Telephone
THE KEELEY CURE
Is the last renort for the drunkard and the
victim of the morphine habit after all other
meana hare failed. It K oea directly to the rooU
of (he trouble, eliminating the eflrctn ot the
alcoholic or narcotic poison from thr «y«tcni rr
storm the stomach to a healthy condition, builds
up the nervous system, restores the apprtlte,
and brings sweet and refreshing sleep. These
results have been achieved at the
PITTTBURa KEELEY INSTITUTE.
No. 4246 Fifth Avenue,
In about 1,800 cases in the four vrars it has l*eo
In operation, the Keeley remedies never failing
when the patient lives up to the rules and takes
the treatment In good faith. Moat of our grad
uates belong to the better class of business men.
many of them from your own county, to whom
we can refer. The fullest Investigation is courted
jMOCX. PINI. Ave. ANO FOUHTM ST..
All formsof Delicate and Com
fKlKH pliraUwl IJlaeases requii Ingt'ON
JRIDENTI AI, au*t SCIENTIFIC M<.l
- ara treated at this Uis
iienaary with a »ucca* arely attained. I>r. h.
U Lake Is • member of the Royal Colli *e it I liy—
•iciana ami Bur|Wi«u!t and la the <»l lot an»l moat
experienced SrSciALllV in the city. Bper'al at
mention given to Narvoua Iwbllltj from e»t<'»«iv
airi.tal exertion, ludiacretlon of youth.atc., caus
ing physical and mental decay,lark of energy,
'.ency, etc.; also Cancers Old Korea, Fit",
Pi lea, Kheumatlsm, and all diseaaeaof the Skin,
blood, I.unca, Urlnarj Organs,ttc. Consultation
'ree ami atrictly eociMentlal. Offlca hours, Hto
I ami 7 to 8 r. K.; Sunday*, J to 4 V. M. only.
all at office or address I»RS. I.Ah'K. COR.
HOiN A* a AND4TU■X..PITTRUUUUII.I'A
LOOK XTTHE PES
DKKOHK you hang up your
° hat, look at the label befor*
yon buy whiskey. We've go*
yrura of reputation back of that
label. The quality of Old Kxport
Whiskey sustains our claims to
Discriminating and fair
minded folks claim that It la an
article pure, smooth, palatable,
and i«rfocKy sale for all
Medicinal, Hoolal or Kamtl/
Fall Quarts, SI.OO ;
Six Quarts, $5.00.
Mull and Kxprws order*
Shipped tho aarno day us re
vived, and we pny charges on
Ail order* of 110.00 and over.
Jos. FLEMING & SON,
412 MARKET ST.,
Cetspltti rrudliUol **!*•« Wltf Llquerf malMfcw
* ft*? y*' " vr i ■
AND IML-OBTKR OP
FINE WINK* ANI> LIQUORS,
130 Water St., (Oppos'te B. Ac 0. Depot.)
FINCH'S GOLDEN WEDDING,
fOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY CHK
SI.OO per Qt., or LI (JIH for s.">.o()-
Finch's Golden Wedding, Dougherty,
(iiicki'Dheimer, Lorgn Gibson, Itridgrport,
Ml. Vernon, Overholt, etc. Thi* is the
only house not rectifying in the city.iherc
'orc our goods are warranted pnre. floods
securely packed and boxed without extra
3har<?e, ('. 0. 1) and mail orders receive
prompt attention. Grandfather'* choice 3
ear old, $2.00 per gallon. Try us.
Bafora and A(t« r Uiiug,
Haw d-arorert Will trarr> y uup in
Maid with a WRITTfcN <»!' A KA N Tr. KI" • uf Nai *«»«»•
I>ability !.<>aa ofHaxoal I'owrr in #»tnar a»i,
tf Km1..,.,n. from snjf cli... If ii-kItI-d, sir h
trauHaa laad t > conaumptinn t>t Inaamtv, t < *l |" »»«*
bf mail. A bosaa for t'» 0 With arary -rd*r m»*
awflHan K >arant«« incur* nr refund it"- m«n**y. Ad-
AtMiFItAL MEDICIWI CO.. Clarrland Ohio.
—For Sale by Ohrystal Pharmacy.
AFTER ALL OTHERS FAIL
wmm m mmuw Uonmj | t
3*411 If. KIKTKKIITII ST., PIIIV.A., PA.
Thirty yrara" c .ntlnuoua prn<*tlr« in tha run* of all
<llaraa<-a of tii*n arid woman. No matter frout what
q*ua* or how imic atandlna. I v 111 uwtraufM a cura
Cloth UouuU JLk>ok #cal«Mi> audi iuall«l
Vmjjjt '•i Sometime* needs a fli
-1 able nionlhljr regulating
TikjP ( medicine.
Aro prompt, A«f<- and certain In TWO It. Tb« iimin
lna'f>r. I'cal'ai n«»y«r diaaptnilnt. K«nt aujrvhonfe,
•I.UU. i'oai Adodii iuc . Ciuv vlauU, (>•
—For Salo by Crystal Pharmacy.
/ n iZ',muiS* u a well
VITALIS loihvty lfyr
TIIB GREAT aotii DS»
FRENCH REMEDY 30lh Dsr-
JROOIICfS THE ABOVE RESULTS. It art. nonrrfulljr
II- I •!II 1,-k IV < 'ur« » lirn nil nthi-rs full YouOK
i. ii will p itln < li«-ir lost manhood niid «Ud nij-n
will tlielryouthful vigor bv USlhk VIfAUV.
It illicitly nod siio lv r»m"»ei N.rvousne»«, lin
r.'. ' iirv. Nlulitly Kinlsslotis, Wsstlni* dliw'ii".
.1.1 nil efffru of S»l( Abu««or»loe»s and Iml It
c tloti. It«.t'.r« s I Vllallty. Power and I ill
mr Memory. Wnrds OLT Insnnlty and C< n«iim|>-
I, In.lst on ti,ivt. K VITAUS. N otb»r <an
■ irtl. 1,1, • •■»(,»,rkr. Ilyro.llll oOl_.-M »rl< I
r tin forfflOO w|tl» a guarantee t- TURF OH
UNO IHE MONET flrciilsr frr' V';' 1 -
OALUMfrT MEDICINE CO., Chloago, 111
Kor Wale at CITY I'll A ACY
s - Main JD. T. PAPE'S. I s ' Main
Street. I J ' Street.
THE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE OF
Come see our spring Millinery. EVEN IF You DON'T WANT
TO BUY. Our display is Jar ahead of .ill previous years in Style and
beaaty, and the prices are much lower. The largest stock, the
choicest patterns, and the Newest Ideas ever brought to Butler.
S C; T s Mourning Goods a Specialty. ' o "' s
~~ THE BE ST TEST
Of the qualities of a Rye Whiskey is its
Judged by this standard, Max Klein's Silver Age Rye
Whiskey is far ahead of all others. It is popular with Phy
sicians, Hospitals, Druggists, Professional men and lay men.
Silver Age has been on the market for the past quarter ot a
century, and is to-day considered the finest Rye Whiskey in
the country. Its use whether in the sick room, for the table
or sideboard, has always-been followed by expressions certi
fying to its excellence. For sale by Druggists and Dealers
at the uniform price of $1.50 per full quart. All other
brands of whiskies, Duquesne at $1,25 per quart. Bear Creek
at SI.OO per quart, Guckenheimer, 4 year old at 75c per
quart and Anchor at s'oc per quart, are guaranteed to be
pure and the best value for the money.
Light bodied wines, just the thing for the table during the
warm weather. We have them in all brands and qualities
from $1.50 per gallon upwards.
Send all your orders direct to us, if your dealer does not
handle our brands, and don't forget that we pay all charges
for expressage and cost of packing on all orders of $5.00
and upwards. Send for complete catalogue mailed upon
Distiller and Importer,
82 FEDERAL ST, Allegheny Pa.
3, Buy a Buggy
( (SffSßSfy \ that's reliable when you
do buy one.
have p/ety.hing in their favor—beauty, stability, ease. You can
fin a this out by 100 l .ng at 'em. Your dealer sells them
Made bv FPEDOr \ MFG. CO. Yownffstown. O.
The place to buy
GAS COOKING STOVES AND BURNERS GAS LAMPS
IXPJRES, M HE, vVATE* FILTER. TUB ENAMEL,
etc, is ai
W. II .< >" I Jrien 4 Soil's
1 OT I'lnst .Jefferson Htreet.
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CORD OVA N,
Jtg V FKCNCN a E MAMCLLKD CALF.
&% FINE CALF IIKANG*ro4
jiff --r? *3>J>POLICE.3 SOLES.
■-'l | - 9 %z. workingmen',
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J 2>! 7® BOYSSCHQCLSHQE!
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Over One Million People wrir the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoesnre equally satisfactory
Thry give »hr beat viiluo lor lhi> mowy.
Thcv equal iu>toni utinr* In style and fit.
Th?lr wrarlnK qualltlea arc unanr ikhl
TII« prlifa nrc unllnrm.---ftamp I on aola.
I : r»m $i it * 1 aaved over othrr make*
If ym,r <li il i • .intuit Mi|>|>ly )"'i wi-1 an. J-old by
ALEXANDER fi DOUTT,
Kri'KKNRUKH I'AIST AND VAKNIHII.
('mi be applied to any smooth Hurfaee.on
furniture, I. gIHHH, any kind of metal
including kitchen ntensiU.
Make* old article* look new and in much
tiled on bicycle*, carriages, Hove*, etc.
lletiuires only one coal, i.< applied cold
with nruah anil drieK absolutely hard and
ItloHMjr in i! hours- will not crack, chip,
bli*ter or off.
Bamplo bottl** xent on receipt of price.
2 ounce* 15c. 4 ounce* i!sc, 8 ounoei 40n
West Deer Park Prin tiDg Ink Co.,
4 Nmv ICKAOK. HT.NEW Von
SPEEDY ud LASTING RESULTS.
I" *• f from any injuiiout • übuanre. tlllfl. M
U£oi A873M11i3 MWCJB.
We CUARAWTEf • CURE or refund your money.
I'rlre «*.o<) bottle. S«n44c- »«r (rMW*.
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