Butler citizen. (Butler, Pa.) 1877-1922, July 18, 1895, Image 4

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    TARE
And accept the greatest opportunity
ever offered to boy your Footwear
at old prices. You will thank u*
for calling your attention to the pri
ces when you see the goods.
At $l5O, $2 00 and $3.00,
Ladies' Tan Kid Lace Shoes:
Xeedle and Opera Toe, neatly trim
ad with Diamond Cut Tip, Popular
shades ot tan, width from A to E;
sizes to 7.
At 75c, SI.OO, $1.25 and $1.50,
Ladies Fine Button Shoes Patent
Tip.
At 50c, 75c, SI.OO and $1.25,
Ladies Fine Oxfords in Tan and
Black.
At $1 00. $1 25 and $1 50,
Ladies' White Kid Opera Slippers
1 strap Sandals and Canvas Oxfords.
At 85c. SI.OO, $1.25 and $1.50,
Misses Fine Shes Tan and Black,
Opera and Square toes, Best fitting
and wearing Shoes ever offered for
the money.
#- B. C, Huselton, -#
Leader in Low Prices and Reliable Goods.
102 N. Main Street, -
A
We now have a larger, finer and better se
lection of Surries, Buggies, Harness and
everything pertaining to a driving or team
outfit than ever before. Call and see us
before buying.
S. B. MARTINCOURT & Co.,
128 E.Jefferson St., Butler Pa.
P. S.--Prices will never be lower than just
now. Kramer Wagons.
I lIN order to make room for rhe immense stock of fall and winJ
ter goods that we have bought, we will make up our summer and
medium weight goods at prices much below their real value. Now
is the time for you to get a suit, or pair of trousers for less than you
can buy them elsewhere. We guarantee a perfect fit and satisiaction
in each and every particular. This offer holds good until Ist of
September.
101 South Main Street, I Q Vnnnrv The TAILOR and
Butler, Pa. * tlUlGents' Furnisher.
DIAMONDS [ KINGS. EAR KINGS, 8T(JI)3
TT a I GENTS' GOLD, LADIES' GOLD.'
Wlf A A VjCX&aa f GENTS' SILVEK, LADIES' CHATLAIN.
TL» ■■ITIT B "XT \ Gold Plus. Ear Kings. Kings.
«l£iVV JClllA M f Chains, Bracelet*, Etc.
OTT "WW CinnranniTei Sets. Castors. Itucter Dishes and {|Everything
mw 1 > M W AX*, Wlf il £# ( that can be found in a first class store..
BODGES BROS. 1874 } KNIVKS ' FORKa - Br(X T N R B ,p L E plate.
E. GRIEB, JE ™ L I BR .
a _ lio. 139, Korth Main St., BJTLEB, PA.,
\ A GOOD LOOKING LASS.
iMay be excused for occasionally
viewing her image in a good look
ing glass. Equally excusable arc
those who look through the glass
behind which are samples of our
I have a fine line of silver novel-
J. R. GRIEB,
SOUTH MAIN ST.
& *vgf H
W COLD-HEAD BFTF
Hly's Cream Balm is not a liquid, inuff or powder. Applied into the wntrils it is
mft fuiekly absorbed. 11 cleanses the Mad, allays inflammation, heals
50c
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES 18
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
SAPOLIO
SHOES FOR THE COUNTRY,
CITY and TILLAGE; Shoes for
all; We have them It's a good shoe
that fits Perfectly, Looks Handsome
and wears well.
DO m l EAR SHOES?
Then bay from us and save money
Any size and width yoa want here.
A large assortment to choose from.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Manufac
tures are asking 25 per cent advance
>n shoes. We shall make no advance
while oar present Stock lasts.
$30,000,00
Of Fine Footwear
To be sold at Old Prices.
At 90c, SI.OO, $1.25 and $1.50,
Men's Fine Shoes, Congress and
Bals, Tip or Plain Pointed or Full
Toes.
At $1.40, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00,
Men's Tan Shoes Razor, Needle and
Chicago lasts, Best Sh*de*;widtb« B
to E.
At 75c SI.OO and $1.25.
Men's Working Shoes, strong and
serviceable.
At 75c, SIOO, $1,25 and $1.50
Boyß and Youths Shoes in Tan
and Black; all new shapes. These
are beauties. All shades of Tan iD
Children's Lace and Button Shoes,
Sizes Bto 11, 85c to SI.OO. Smaller
Bizes 50c, 75c and $1 00.
' mow wholesome,
more beautiful, more completely pleating
than a womanly woman ? Bucti a woman
i« even tempered, intelligent, strong and
healthy. Ilealth really tells the whole
•tory. Health means strong nerves and
strong body, and they go far toward
bringing good look* and amiability.
A woman worn and wearied by the
dragging weaknesses peculiar to her sex,
cannot be expected to find rest in any
duty or amusement. X.ife is all one dead
monotonous gloom to her. On her face
is written the story of weakness and pain.
The wliolesomeness of health is lacking.
The cheeks lack fullness, the eyes lack
sparkle, the hair lacks luster.
Doctors have learned to locate nine
tenths of womanly sickness in the organs
that ought above all others to be strong
and healthy.
Sensitive women shudder at [the
thought of consulting a physician on
such matters. A natural feeling of mod
esty makes them dread the examination,
ana subsequent stereotyped treatment by
"local applications'* on which most
doctors insist.
Much more often than not, this is un
necessary. It should not be submitted
to except as a last resort.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has
cured thousands of severe cases of '' fe
male weakness." It works in a natural,
sensible way. It begins by subduing the
inflammation that is always present.
Then it strengthens and invigorates the
whole body, particularly the organs dis
tinctly feminine. It promotes regularity
cures inflammation and ulceration, and
stops the debilitating drain caused by
theiu. 'Of all dealers.
REMEMBER there
are hundreds of branda'of
White Lead (so called) on the
market that are not White Lead,
composed largely of Barytes and
other cheap materials. But tbe
number of brands of genuine
Strictly Pure
White Lead
is limited. The following brands
are standard ' ; Old Dutch'' process,
and just as good as they were when
you or your father were boys:
"Armstrong & McKetory,"
" Beymer-Baaman,'"
" Davis-Chambers,"
" Fahnestock."
FOR COLORS.— National Lead Co.'s Pure
White Lead Tinting Colors, a one-pound can to
a 25-pound keg of Lead and mix your own
pah;!s. Saves time and annoyance in matching
shades, and insures the best paint that it is
possible to put on wood.
Send us a postal card and get our book 60
paints and color-card, free; it will probably
cava you a good many dollars.
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
Pittsburg Branch,
German Natiooal Bank Building, rudbnrg
HUMPHREYS'
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with HUMPHREYS'
WITCH HAZEL 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—ltching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures and Fistulas.
Relief immediate—cure certain.
It Cures BURNS, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Bums. Relief instant.
It Cures TORN, Cut and Lacerated
Wounds and Bruises.
It Cures BOILS, Hot Tumore, Ulcers, Old
Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald
Head. It is Infallible.
It Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREASTS
and Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
It Cures SALT RHEUM, Tetters, Scurfy
Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters,
Sore Lips or Isostrils, Corns and Bunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes, 25c., 50c. and SI.OO.
Sold bjDrufgiata.or sent post-paid on receiptor prloe.
HLIPIIIUIrS- »U. CO., Ill* US WIUUa Tort.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
From early child->
/ pI. /pM fl hood until 1 was \
y LUfcLltlfl grown my family i
c spent a fortune y
? tiying to cure me of this disease. 1 C
? visited Hot Springs, and was treated f
\ by the best medical men, but was not /
/benefited. ET DO Ml When alii
J things had "" m failed 1?
# determined to try S. S. S., and in r
? four months was entirely cured. The J
/ terrible Eczema was gone, not a sign \
# of it left; my general health built up, /
? and I have never had any return of 3
ftavfK CHILDHOOD!
/recommended
. S. S. S. to a number of friends for skin dls- x
eases, and have never yet known a failure to f
< cure. GEO. W. IRWIN. Irwin. Pa. >
I Ne-rer falls to cure, V
even after all other/
/ ramcdlea huve. Our )
Treating on Blood and J
- - B'Ml gun uiMtaei mailed C
1 free to any address. y
Lo WIVES
WE OFFER A REMEDY WHICH
INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE
OF MOTHER AND CHILD.
"Mothers' Friend"
ROBS CONFINEMENT OF ITB PAIN,
HORROR AND RIBK.
"My wife used only two bottles. She
was easily and quickly relieved; is now
doing splendidly.—
J. S. MORTON, Harlow, N. C.
Sent by express or mall, on receipt of price,
SI.OO per bottle. Book "TO MOTHERS"
mailed free.
BUADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLAXTA, OA
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
nn
-ATM gill !!
■UTfjWJUMUifMn^ ■» :i jknnM«Micri pjpn !?
ABSOLUTELY PURE
THE OLO RELIABLE
SWEET CAPORAL
CIGARETTE
Has stood the Test of Time
MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER
BRANDS COMBINED
PllHffiS
' * ABfIjOLUTBLT OWlft OINTMENT
THLIi: CITIZEN-
The Strangest Insect in the World,
The aweto, as the Maoris or natives of
New Zealand call it, or Hipialis virescens,
as naturalists term it, is found in New
Zealand, and is a vegatable caterpillar ol
from three to four inches in length, and
so far, science has not been able to say
whether it is a vegetable or an insect. It
is always found at the loot af large myrtle
trees that have beautiful red flowers on
their stems, and a beautiful creeping
clematis as white as the snow. The
Maoris call this tree by the name of rata.
The aweto buries itself among the roots
of the rata, a few inches below the ground,
and there lives until it is full grown, when
it undergoes a most wonderful change.
The spore of a vegetable fungus, termed
by naturalists Sophoerin robertsii, fastens
itself to the neck of the caterpillar, just
between the head and the first ring, and
then grows upward to the height of from
six to eight inohes. Many people assert
that there is iie»er more than one stem,
but such is not the case, for some have
been found with two stems, although
very rarely. The stems shoots up out of
the ground, above wnere the caterpillar is
living, about two or tbrae inches; below
the earth it grows into toe »»eu>, until it
fills up every possible spate within the
outer skin without changing the form of
the insect in the slightest way whatsoever,
but simply substituting a vegetable mat
ter for animal matter. As soon as this
takes place both the plant aud the cater
pillar become dry and hard and die, but
retain exactly the same form as when
The whole has a brown color, and
the insect appears a wooden caterpillar,
with a huge horn standing up from the
back of its neck. How the caterpillar
manages to propagate its species no one
can tell. Usually the caterpillar becomes
a chrysalis, the chrysalis oh iug«s into a
moth, the moth lays eggs, and these eggs
again become caterpillars, and so on with
out stopping. Maiy reasons are given
why the plant shoots np from the back of
the neck of the »weto. One is ttiat the
aweto has a slimy substance oozing from
its neck, which, while the aweto is boring
at the foot of the rata tree for its only
food, catches the seed of the fungus and
holds it fast there till the latter begins to J
to grow. When it has suoked all the
vegetable life out of the aweto it must
naturally die, for it finds no further
nourishment. The aweto is often found
in large numbers.
The Seasoning of Stone.
Stone, like lumber, requires seasoning.
Stone is often spoken of as the synonym
of solidity—"as solid as a rock," we say,
but, as a matter of fact, stone is very far
from being solid. A cubio foot of the
most compact granite, for instance, weighs
about IG4 pounds, while a cubic toot of
iron weighs 46-4 pounds. This plainly
shows that in between the atoms whioh
oompose the mass of the most enduring
stone there exists muoh space for air.
moisture, etc. This seasoning of stone
prior to use for building purposes has been
well understood by the architects of all
ages, but in the modern rush of nine
teenth century building too little atten
tion has been paid to it. Now it enters
into the calculations of every good arohi
teet.
—Warm weather weakens but Hood's
Sarsaparillia tones and strengthens.
Jiehej m Stx Hours.
—Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved in six hours by the "New
Great South Amerioan Kidney Cure."
This new remedy is a great surprise on
account of its exceeding promptness ia
relieving pain in the bladder, kidney, back
and every part of the urinary passages 'in
male or female It relieves retention o.
water and pain in passing it almost im
mediately. If yon want quick relief and
cure this is your remedy. Sold by . C.
Rediok druggist Butler Pa.
—One of the most curious freaks in ex
istence lives in Madison county, Florida.
The freak is a negro boy now over 21 year*
of age. The boy's head is of immense
size, being fully fifty inches in circumfer
ence. He is about 3 feet in height aud
has never walked, although his limbs
seem perfectly formed. But although he
does not walk be gets about briskly by
rolling over and over. It is a novel night
to see the boy make himself into a ball
and go tumbling about the house. He is
very intelligent and delights in talking to
strangers. His mother has Indian blood
in her veins and has resisted bitterly all
attempts of museum men to secure her
son for exhibition purposes.
—Rheumatism cured in a day—"Mystic
cure" for rheumatism aud neuralgia, radic
ally cures in Ito 3 days. Its action upon
the system is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits. <5 cts. Sold by J. C
Redick, druggist. Butler.
—The recent export of American iron
ore to Europe is an event of great impor
tance to the luture commerce of the ooun
try. The shipment of the last two weeks,
says the Iron Aye, are the first shipments
made in the history of the Anerican iron
trade of iron-ore for export. The amount
so far shipped is 1,500 tuns. Wbile the
New York iron is designed to meet a spec
it) (JtnibLd for ores high in phosphorus
(lequited by the enormous development
i I the baric steel Bessemer process in Eu
rope aud especially in Germany) this trade*
journal thinks that the export-movement
now initiated is "likely to continue."
—Many teachers and pupils in Pennsyl
vama are trying for the free NormaJ
School course offered by the Edinboro
Publishing Co., Edinboro Pa. Every
school in Butler county should have au
agent. You'd better write tbem.
—The free and unlimited coinage of
silver cisze i-t similar to lhe old green-back
craze with the exception. The first pro
posed a one-cent dollar and the latter
would have E. fifty-one cent dollar.
—Tho man or woman who whines or
oomplains receives little sympathy. This
is because folks have trouble enough of
their own. But it's natural for men lo make
of their scars and wouuds
nntil experience teaches them wisdom.
Tbe average boy takes as much genuine
pleasure in showing a sore toe to other
boys as a woman does in flashing a dia
mond ring.
Dr. Agnew's Cure lor the Heart giv®
perfect relief in all cases of Organic or
Sympathetic Heat Disease in 30 minutes,
and speedily effects a cure. It is a peer
less remedy fjr Palpitation, Shortness o:
Breath, Smothering Spells, Pain in Left
Side and all symptoms of a Diseased Heart.
One dose convinces. Sold by City Phar
macy. ■
atone.
—Electric cars have been prohibited on
the road from Berlin to Charlottenburg.
They would have passed by th«j Imperia
Technical Institute, the experiments show
ed that the current for tbe railroad strong
ly affected all the apparatus in the build
ing, so as to make delic ale tcitnufic ub
servations and experiments imporslb'e.
—English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, Boft or calloused lamps and blem
ishes from horses, blood spavins, curbs,
splints, sweeney, ringbone, stifles, sprains
all swollen tbroats, coughs, etc. Stve
150 by use of one bottle. Warranted the
most wonderful Blemish Cure ever known.
Sold l>v J C. Kcdick. druggist Butler
—Don't be backward about furnishing
tie Cltisen »itb piiHTalt sfcd'local news
items.
Capped the Climax.
An exchange ball* that a good »tory wu
heard the other day of a father and moth
er who were trying to find names for their
twin babies, who, by the way, were girlf.
It was decided that the father mast name
them. After casting abont and finding no
names that exactly suited him he de
termined to end the strain on his mind
and named them Kate and Duplicate. Is
the course of time another pair of twir s
oame, and they were boys. This was tb#
husband's opportunity to get even and I •
wanted his wife toohristen the boys. Im
agine bis feelings when the mother one
day told him she had named them Pete
and Repete. But when the third
pair came the father became frightened
and named one Max and the other Climax.
—When a man really loves his neigh
bor as himself it generally turns out that
the neighbor is a pretty girl.
—The recent rains have greatly ad
vanced vegetation, and the farmer, as
well as everybody else, rejoices.
—The whangee cane is popular.
—Blackberry pie makes a man feel seedy.
—The early settler is the man who pays
his bills promptly.
—The Trilby pipe is new. The Oowl is
shaped like a woman's foet.
—The man who is perfectly satisfied
with himself is usually very easily pleases.
—Let us hope that the college grada
ates will live up to the baccalaureate ser
mons.
i i,e National Republican cry is "pro
tection for aujuiii«hi industries; good
money for all men.".
i'»» i* %, \ ' q t" I*** l •
been invented for the purpose of a«ait\-
mg Democrats to become Republicans.
lhe Kev t>i.m Jones is for a single
gold standard. The Hon. D r ink Botts,
however, is a staunch bimetallist, so the
question is still a National issue.
—An Indian named '"Man-Afraid-of-
Xothing" married a white woman it
Montana reunify, and in one week after
his wedding he applied to his tribe to
have his name changed.
—The man who has the glibbest tongue
isn't always the man who knows the most.
—The snake editor of the Oil City
Derrick told a story the other day, de
scribing how a man reached his arm down
into a crevice among some rocks after a
lost orowbar, and "felt the warm body of
a snake touch his fingers," grabbed it,
drew it out, and foand he was holding a
copperhead by the neck. How the snake
ever got warmed up is a mystery. In
every part of the world, except Oil City,
snakes are as cold as slams.
—The Geogia "Watermelon is again in
onr midst.
—lt has been aptly said that the art of
conversation consists ,as much in lis
tening politely as ,in talking agreeably.
—The indemnity which China is to pay
Japan, under the treaty of peace, is
eqnivalent to 288,800,000 silver dollars.
It will be paid in silver yen.
—The whole number of persons em
ploved in the oivil service of the United
States is about 200,000, and of these about
one-for:h are classified nnder civil servici
rules.
—ln the event of a wreck at sea instinct
in some marvelous way seems to warn
animals of their peril. The confusion
among the crew and passengers spreads
like wildfire to the live stock, and even
the cats come screaming on deck evident
ly fully conscious that their Jives are in
jeopardy.
—lt is easy to see why lawyers are so
abundant in politics. The professon start
ed in at the signing of the Declaration of
Independence, and have stayed ever since-
More than balf the signers were lawyers*
—Mrs. Catherine O'Leary, owner of the
fractious cow which, in tie barn in the
rear of No. 137 DeKoven street, on a me
morable night in October 1871, kicked
over a lamp and started a blaze which
cost Chicago $190.000,000, died last we> k
of pneumonia. She received the last
sxcrauient and passed a way peacefully.
She has always been very averse to say
ing anything concerning the fire.
—A comparatively short time ago wheat
was selling per bushel at about the intran
sic value of the silver dollar, a little over
fifty cents, and the free coinage peo
ple were pointing triumphantly to the
fact as a demonstration of the concurrent
decline of the two products. But to day
wheat is 80 cents a bushel, and silver is
worth no more than it was when wheat
was selling at 55 cents.
—lt has been discovered that Birming
ham. England, metal manufacturers have
been making idols to be worshipped by
the heathen in India.
—Copper wires are used for Mexican
telegraph lines, so that they will hold the
weight of the birds and monkeys which
crowd them for roosting purposes at night.
—At the moment a little girl in a Brook
lyn public school was reciting a piece de
scribing the fury of a storm, lightning
struck and killed her father a few blocks
away.
—The great Pennsylvania .ailrnad will
soon have four separate and distinct tracks
from Philadelphia to Pittsburg.—With
four traoks the Pennsylvania will have no
superior, if any equal, in the world.
—The news from Cuba continues to be
favorable to the oause of the insurgents.
Spain is evidently preparing to exhaust
everv remaining military and financial
resource in the desperate effort to end a
revolution whioh she declared ended a
a month ago.
—Mexico is the ideal land of free silver
and low wages, where laboring men re
ceive fifty oents a day in silver coinage,
and where the purchasing power of wages
is weakened by the inflated prices of the
necessaries of living. This is the happy
condition to which free silver coinage
would bring the wage-winners of the Unit
ed States.
W/liy Not Try the New and Better Way
Of doing your shopping? Instead o."
coming to the store, make the store oome
to you. Yes, and the best and biggest
store in the country at that: namely, Kauf
maun Brothers, Pittsburg. Drop them a
Postal and you will get their spring and
summer Catalogue gratis, enabling you to
order by mail anything you may wish, and
raving as much money as city people do.
Comes out on top-the bald headed man
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STEEL ROOFING!
and SIDING.
(Socendorph'e Patent.)
i Fir# and Storm Proof, j
i t for i Ttoe Pen Iron flootncud Com-
lOICKEL'S
Shoe Stores
BUTLER, PA.
Grand Slaughter
In SHOES,
OLD STAND,
I2SS IN St
In order to make July one of the busiest months of the year, I
have inaugurated a grand slaughter in shoes. I have placed in my
stores, large bargain counters; 1 have fitted them with the choicest
footwear and have marked them away down; I have an extra large
stock of seasonable goods, comprising many new and pretty
styles in Shoes and Oxfords. These goods I bought in large quanti
ties, before the material advance and am prepared to ofier you high
er grade footwear at lower Prices than have ever been offered in But
ler County. All I ask is for you to call and examine these goods for
yourselves, for the price we have marked on them is sure to catch the
eye and make the sale. By looking at our superb stock of Tans and other
varieties you can judge for yourselves. \\ e know we can give you
the best value to be had anywhere for your money.
LOWEST PRICES EVER QLOTID FOR FINE Footweaß.
Men's "A" Calf shoes, at |i.oo rea value
Jt-75
Men's Fine Vic: K:d shoes, at 1.50 real
value 2.25.
Men's Russett shoes razor toe, at 2.50
real value 3.50.
Men's Hand sewed cordovan shoes at
3.50 real val -e 5.00.
Men's Low cut shoes, at 90c real value
11.40.
Men's Calf slippers at 60c real value 90c.
Men's Heavy Box toe shoes "DRILLERS
SHOE," at 1.50 real value 2.50.
Men's Every day shoes, at 90c real value
1-35-
Boys Working shoes, at 75c veal value
1.25-
Boys fine Calf and Russett shoes at 125.
real value 1.75.
ME HIE PRICES, MATCH HIE)! IF YOU CAN.
Do not miss this grand bargain sale for you may never have an
other opportunity to purchase goods at such remarkably low prices.
The rush is great and delay may prove iatal to your hopes so call
early while the selection is large.
JOHN BICKEL,
12S S Main Street,
BUTLER, PA.
Branch Store ,2 5 n. nain st,
SPECIAL NOTICE.
That I will sell, until further notice, he
following goods at the old prices, regard
lesa of the advance ot 20c per gallon tax
by the government: AA. pure rye, 2 years,
$2.00 per gallon; Tippecanoe, 3 years,
$2 25; Old Cabinet, 4 years, $2.50 per gal
lon; Bridgeport and Thompson's pure rye,
5 years, $3.50 per gallon; Finch Golden
Wedding, Gibson's, Robinson Co. Bour
on, $4 50 per gallon; Hannisville, Dough
ty. Monticello, 12 years, $5.50 per gallon
" alifornia wines, dr> and sweet, from 75c
er gall >u to $1.50; 12 distinct brands; my
wn importation Sherry and Port wine,
rom $2.50 to $3.50 per galion; also the
finest Irish and Scotch whiskies at lowest
wholesale rates. Call or send for special
price lists at
A. ANDRI ESSEN.
188 Federal street. Allegheny, Pa
All orders by mail promptly attended
No extra oharge for pack'n g. Telephcnj
49.
THE KEELEY CURE
Is the last resort for the drunkard and the
victim of the morphine habit after allothtr
means have failed. It goes directly to tbe«x>ts
of the trouble, eliminating the effects of the
alcoholic or narcotic poison from the system, re
stores the stomach to a healthy OTndiUun lwilds
up the nervous system, restoses the appetite,
and brings sweet and refreshing sleep. These
results have been achieved at the
PITTTBURG KEELEY INSTITUTE,
No. 4216 Fifth Avenue,
in about 1,600 cases in the four years it has been
in operation, the Keeley remedies never failing
when the patient lives up to the rules and take,
the treatment in good faith. Most of our grad
uates belong to the better class of business:me:,
many of them from your own county, to whom
we can refer. The fullest investigation is courted
S DOCTORS LAKH
PHI .'.TE DISPESSART.
Or.A. Ptm. AVE. ANL, FOURTH ST..
PITT6BUROH. PA.
Al] formoof I>eii<-!ite and Com
piii-au-d Diwuaes rec|iiii iiiftCo.N.
T\ DKNTIAL and SCIENTIFIC ni
tration tire treated at lllia
;- v with ■ -JCCME. .:.rcly attained. Dr. S.
»o U • member of the llov.&l C »»il< gc of 1 liy
. irr ami Surgeon, and i« ttio ol lett ami moat
\i)< i ienced fcric IILIB. in the city Spc« al at
• nii')n given to h'irvoui Debility fwiue w ccMiv»j
ur-.ialexertion, indiscretion of jouUi,ctr.,raiii>-
i.i .liy-ilcal ana mental itc ay,lack of energy,
!c4ivoii>ncv. etc.; a* JO Cuncer§ < lidßorea, 1- tU,
.-ilea, Kheninatlam, and all Jiscaacaof the Skin,
lojtl, Lunga, Urinary Organsetc. Consultation
i<•« and atrictly coniMtntiiil. Office hours* ft to
« i 7 to 8 r. M.; Smwl.ivm Ito ' r. *. only.
I nt oHre or ad.trem l)(f. I.AKF., COR.
~ M A v •- AN D4T H ST.. I* ITTP 1» L< KUI I. P A
What Strikes
Others
WtU strike you.—We are all
streaked here and there witfc
the same likes and dislikes.
Thousands of all sorts of people
pronounce Old Export Whiskey
tip-top in every particular, and
for all uses. Might be Just what
you'd like, no harm In mention'
lag it, anyway. It is 8 yean
old, that's certain. It is posl.
tlvely pore and free from fusel
oil-that Is a faet which the
most expert chemist can't dl»
prove.
Full Quarts, 11.00 ;
Sir Quarts, $5.00.
Mall and Express order?
shipped promptly, and we paj
transportation charges on
orders of 110.00 and over.
Jos. FLEMING & SON,
412 MA/tKBT ST.,
P/TTSBURQ, PA
SompJst* Price Lists of Wines and I Iquors mailed free
Rob't. Lewin,
WHOLESALE
WHISKEY MERCHANT
AND IMPORTER OP
FINE WIKEH AND LIQUOUP,
136 Water St.. (Oppos'te B. 4 O. Depot.)
Pittsburg, Pa.
FINCH'S GOLDEN WEDDING,
FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILV USE.
SI.OO per Qt., or 6 Qta. for s>.oo
- Golden Wedding, Dougherty,
Guckenheimer, Lorge Gibson, Bridgeport,
ill. Vernon, Overholt, etc. This is the
only bouse not rectifying in the city,there
fore our goods are warranted pure. Goods
securely packed and boxod without extra
ctaree. C. 0. D and mail orders receive
prompt attention. Grandfather's choice 3
ear old, $2.00 per gallon. Try us.
Every Woman
'Y Sometimes needs a reli-
T abla monthly regulating
I medicine.
Dr. PEAL'S
PENNYROYAL PILLS.
▲xa am nipt, safa ani certain In rwclt. Tbo sr«ou»
Ina <E>r. PaaP*) rrwrr disappoint, Bent
•1.00. I'eai iiadicule Co .Ut t tiAOd.
—For Sale by Crystal Pharmacy.
Branch Store,
125 N. MAIN St.
\ Ladies' Dongola Patent tip shoes, 1.00
| well worth 1.50.
1 Ladies' fine Tan and Dongola Bluch
( eretts at 1.40 well worth 2.00.
i L?dies fine Dongola shoes hand turn 2.25
J well worth 3.50.
t Ladies fine Tan and Dongola Oxfords 65c
well worth 1.00.
! Ladies' Opera toe slippers, 50c well worth
75 c -
Laaies' Dongola Instep strap slippers 75c
; well worth 1.00.
1 Lcdies' fine black serge'slippers, 25c well
I wo.th 50c.
' Mi>s?s fine shoe.; ranging in price from
COC to 2.00
Misses Dongola S'.ippers at 75c.
, Chi'.drens' Oxfords reduced to 40c.
tWliat Nerve Berries
have done for others
MEN Easily* Quickly <flhh3Li
and Permanently Restored. 30TH DAT -
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 the sex
ual organs. Stops unnatural losses or
nightly emissions caused by youthful
errorsorexcessiveuseoftobacco.opium
and liquor, which lead to consumption
and insanity. Their use shows immedi
ate improvement. Insist upon having
the genuine NERVE BERRIES) no other.
Convenient to carry in vest pocket.
Price, SI.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 them by mail, upon
receipt of price, in plain wrapper.
Pamphlet free. Address mail ordersto
AMERICAN MEDICAL CO.» CINCINNATI, 0.
WHAT
IRON
WILL DO.
IIS NATURE'S OWN TONIC.
Stimulates the appetite and pro
duces refreshing sleep
6IVES VITAL STRENGTH TO NURSING
R MOTHERS.
Chocks wasting; diseases, stops
night sweats, cures incipient
consumption.
O Increases strenfcih and flesh.
MAKES RED, RICH BLOOD,
Promotos healthy lung tissue.
Will (tire the pale and puny tho
Nrosy cheeks of youtn.
CITRES ALL FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
Makes strong m«n and women of
weaklings.
BILMORE'S IRON TGNiG PILLS
Care al! Wasting Diseases and
their sequences,
BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, &c.
They ore neither styptic nor caustic and
h»ve no coagulating effect on tho contents
of the stomach or its lining: consequently
do not hurt the teeth or cause constipation
or diarrhoea, as do tho usual forms of Iron
10 days treatment 50c. pamphlet free. If
not kept by your druggist, address
GXLMORE & CO.,
CINCINNATI. O.
IS RESTORE
T^Br^i LQST VIGOR
Before anil After I'siug.
New discovery. Willkrice y n up in » week,
•old with K WRITTEN (H-AIUNTtE to fur.. N.-rT.»u«
Debility,l.oM of Sexual Power in either >n, nv.lm.u
ry Emissions from sot e»u*e. If neirlrft <l, nun
troubles lead !«-> coninmptmn or insanity, ? '*> p»*r I ox
br mail, * bo*#* for ♦'•. P With evert • r.f« r we give
a written auarante* to cur- or refund the n.eney. Ad-
Areas I'EAL MEDICINE CO.. CUvtlaud Ohio.
—For Sale by Chrystal Pharmacy.
AFTER ALL OTHERS FAIL
™ Consult the Old Reliable" __
DR.LOBB
3*9 H. FIFTEENTH ST., PIIILA., PA.
Thirty years continuous practice in the cure of all
diseases of men and women No matter from what
Cause «>r Low long standing. I will auaranfrt a cure.
Cloth-Bound Book jCetilcxlj and Laallefl
FHKJL
Are You
Using
NATURE'S
COMPOUND?
Hv all means do s>o. It is un
doubtedlv one of the beat remedies
on the ni irket to repulute the Liver,
Stoimiich and Kidn«y«, Purifies the
I lood, au excellent tonic Tones ibe
s)«t»m and is purely vegetable.
Sold by Druggists-.
Price sl. six for $5.
"" s - Miin I D . T. PAPE'S. i' 22 s - Main
Street. ® j Street.
THE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSS OF
BUTLER COUNTY.
Come see our spring Millinery. EVEN IF YOU DON'T WANT
TO BUY. Our display is lar ahead of all previous years in Style and
Beauty, and the prices are mucli lower. The largest stock, the
choicest patterns, and the Newest Ideas ever brought to Butler.
Mourning Goods a Specialty.
TH E BEST r TEST
Of the qualities of a Rye Whiskey is its
Popularity.
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 ol 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 $ 1 .OO per quart, Guckenheimer, 4 year old at 75c per
quart and Anchor at 50c per quart, are guaranteed to be
pure and the best value for the money.
++WINES.++
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 liDt
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
application to
MAX KLEIN,
Distiller and Importer,
82 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny Pa.
looKs Count.
When vou turn out for a drive you want your
v\V t y carriage to look as well as your neighbors. You'U
have no i'ear on that score if you have a
Fredonia Buggy,
Fredonia Vehicles are the best on the market in every way. If you'll
examine them at your dealers you'll agree with this statement.
Made by FRED MFG. CO., Youn?stown, Ohio.
The place to buy
GAS COOKING STOVES AND BURNERS. GAS LAM IL
I XTU RES, HOSE, WATER FILTERS. BATH TUB ENAMEL
etc, is ai
W. II .O'lirien Son's
107 East Jefferson Btreet.
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TURAL department has n«> superior in the country. Its MARKET REPORTS
are reconcile*! authority. Separate departments tor THE FA JOI 1 ( IPC J }
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A SPECIAL CONTRACT enables us to offer this iplendV. journal and "THE
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(The regular subscription for the two papers is $2 50.)
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Room 2, Tribune Building. New York City, and sample copy of Tbe
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W. L. DOUGLAS
0 9 iSTHEBEST.
tfv) »)irivik n f ?o R a king.
§>S. CORDOVAN,
FRENCH & ENAMELLED CALF.
\?4.*3*P FINCCAIS & KANGAROa
J >3.50 POLICE,3 SOLES.
lotf* 2 - WORK ' Ns Ws
]**' -EXTRA FINE-
JW 52.*1.7? bovs'SchcolShoei
W* ■ LAD IC3 -
JL .<jS2 5 -? s 2
»L 3 D E sTO° NG °tA.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
!^WL.DOUGLAa«
BROCK TOM. MASS.
Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally .satisfactory
They give the hept value for the money.
They equal custom shoes In style ind fit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurrßSMoL
The prices are uniform.— -stamped on sols.
Prom Si to s.* saved over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you wc can. Sold by
ALEXANDER * DOUTT,
Whitkstoww.
IVITALIS
* well
THE GREAT aoth Day. -<B^^
FRENCH REMEDY 80tb Day.
; 'ROOUCES THE ABOVE RESULTS. It acts powerfully
Mid quickly. Cures when all others fail. Young
non will regain their lost manhood and old nei
will recover their youthful vigor by using VITAUS.
It quickly and surely removes Nervousness. Im
potoncy, Nightly Emissions, Wasting disease!
»td all affects of Self Abuse orexcess and lndU
ration. Restores lost Vitality, Power and Fall*
ng Memorv. Wards off Insanity and Consump
ion. Insist on having VITAUS, no other. Can
' acarnal in v«*»t pocket. By mail ft 00
! ffe or six for |6 00 with a guarantee to CURE OH
FUND THE MOWEY. Circular free. Address
CALUMET MEDIOIBJE CO., Chicago, 111.
i For tt.i. tt CITY IIJA AC