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Mrs. J. E. Zimmerman,
Th© Grand nn<l Glorious Christmas time
is coming near and nearer. It'there ever is a
time when the heart of a goad man or woman
yearns after riches, it's about the beginningot
the Holiday Season. AVe can double every
body's by giving
Double Values For The Money.
We have made unusual and extensive preparations this year for
the Holidays by adding to our store a fine Art Department. In if
you will find high-class novelties in fine Linen Centre Pieces, Linen ;
Doyles, Pin Cushions in Satin, Lace and Linen Lawn—l able Covers, ,
Lunch Cloths, Laundry Hags, Head Rests, Sofa Pillows, &c. Linen j
Picture Frames, Mounted and Glass Covers, Oval, Square and Ode. |
Shapes. These goods are all hand-embroidered in fast colored silks.
This line of high-class fine art goods cannot be seen outside of a City j
Store. We are sole agents in Butler for the celebrated C. E. Bent- i
ley's fine art goods. Miss Lowman has charge of this department.
Lessons given in fine art, 25 cents per lesson. In connection \\itli
these we also have a lovely collection ot Celluloid Novelties, Silver
and Jap goods, consisting of Jewel Cases, Glove Boxes, Necktie and
Handkerchief Cases, Collar Boxes, Ink Stands, Jewelry, &c.
What would be nicer than a stylish Rothschild jacket, a fine Pur
or Plush Cape, or a new dress, hat or bonnet, kid gloves, kid mittens,
Jersey gloves, woolen hose, woolen underwear, blankets, fine satine
comforts and bed haps. Space is too limited to mention all the
beautiful, useful and appropriate articles we have that would do lor
an Xmas gift. If you only have cents instead ot dollars to spend to
make someone happy, we can suit you. Try us before you buy youi
Xmas gifts for '95.
Yours with best wishes.
Lessons Kvery Saturday ir l * llie Art *
Mrs.Tennie E. ZimmermaN,
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ALWAYS BRI>:G THIS CARD
5° STo the Store, and when yonr future cash purchases aggregate $25.00 _
~7 you will be presented witli your choice of one of the 50 50
s°s°articles all made of Solid Oak, Antique Finish. FOLDING TABLE, j_;_
~ FOLDING BOOK RACK, FOLDING MUSIC RACK OR FOLDING CHAIRS. 50 50
MRS. JENNIE E. ZIMMERMAN,
DEALER IN j— |—
so'soDry Goods, Millinery, Wraps, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings,!*^
HH BUTLER, PA. LL
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Good Cheer For The
Make Merry and Rejoice.
Speed the parting, welcome the coming New Year.'
This is the season of merry-making, of l'lum Pudding, Mince-
Pies, of good eating and drinking. We have now been before the
public for the past quarter of a century, and have learned how best
to serve the public, especially at this time of the year. Our stock
contains the choicest of liquors, the
Best Run- for the Pudding, Brandy for
the Mince Ties, Wines and Whisky
for the table or sideboard.
Here are some of our prices for absolutely pure liquors:
Silver Age Rye sl-5° P cr q" art
Duquesne Rye l - 2 S
Beai Creek Rye I,o °
Guckenheimer 4 years old 3>°° " gallon
Possum 2 -5°
Jamaica Rum SI.OO, 75c and 50c " quart
Cognac Brandy $1.50, s«.«> and 75c " "
Cooking Brandy 200 " gallon
All brands of California Wines, Malaga, Muscatel, Port, Sherry,
Madeira, Sweet California, Claret, Angelica, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
Christmas Presents For Friends.
There is nothing more appreciated than a bottle of fine Whisky
or Wine—nothing can be more appropriate.
We pay all Express Charges or Orders
of #5.00 and Upwards.
No charge for boxing and shipping. Send for our ( atologue
and Price List mailed free on applit
With best wishes to one and all for a Merry Christmas and A
Happy New Year.
Distiller and Importer
K2 Federal St.
THAT LUMP in a
f J man's stomsch
I *1 which makes him ir- I
ritable and misera
ble and unfit for bus
incss or pleasure
The trouble may be
in stomach, liver,
■ ~J~ ■ bowels. Wherever it
W f is, it is caused by the
111 presence of poison
|l4 , I ous, refuse matter
I / M I 1 •which Nature lias
I I \ I been unable to rid
11/ \ \ 1 A herself of, unaided.
My \ I In such cases, wise
/7/ 11 send down a
1/1 little health officer,
I I 1 1 personified by one
II I ! I of Dr. Pierce's Pleas
/ / l\ ant Pellets, to search
trouble and remove
the cause. One lit
tle "Pellet" will remove aver: big lump
and act as a gentle laxative. Two " Pel
lets" are a mild cathartic. A short
"course" of " Pellets " will cure indiges
tion permanently. It will cure constipa
tion. After that, you can stop taking
them. A good many pills act so vio
lently as to derange the system, and in
its disordered state, digestion will not
go on without a continued use of the
pills. That's the worst feature of most
pills. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
never make slaves of their users.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets—it's an
easy name to remember. Don't let a
designing druggist talk you into " some
thing just as good." He makes more
money on the "just as good kind.
That's why he would rather sell them.
That's why you had better not take
Whenever they are tried, they are al
ways in favor, so a free sample package
(4 to 7 doses) is sent to any one who
asks. World's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, Buffalo, N. Y.
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or com ; are with Huzaphxeys'
Witch Hazel Oil as a CURATIVE and
HEALING APPLICATION'. It lias bed!
used 40 yea: s and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
It Cures PILES or HEMORRHOIDS, External
or Internal, Blind or Bleeding—ltching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures and Fistulas
Relief immediate—cure certain.
It Cures BURNS, Scalds and Ulceration ar.d
Contraction from Burns. Relief instant.
It Cures TORS, Cut and Lacerated
Wounds ami Bruises.
It Cures BOILS, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Old
Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald
Head. It is Infallib'e.
It Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREASTS
and Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
It Cures SALT RHEUM, Tetters, Scurfy
Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters,
Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes, 25c., 50c. and Si.oo.
Sold by Druiufista.or sent post-paid on receipts'price.
11l MI'IIRktS' ai-D. tO., 111 A 1 IS Wllllaa SU, Vw York.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Rub your poor, tired feet
/ (TXAL*K-MAKJC;. S
1 It takes all the aching £
! out of sore or tender feet, <
> instantly. Strained or £
over-worked muscles, >
) chafings, or any soreness 4
for stiffness —they're all/
r relieved in the same quick ?
I way. >
| It's the best remedy for £
; Sprains, Piles,
\ Rheumatism, Catarrh, /
Neuralgia, Sora Thraat, ;
/ Burns, Boils, j;
| Skin Oisaasas. \
C ' Two sizes, 35 and 50 cent J. <
I At tlruggisu, or by mail.
S THK CrANnift'TK Co., 274 CANAL ST., N. Y. i
r scholar ami n Judge of Rood
AiulHkvy," J* often appliod to
"halo MIO'VH, well met." Our
Old Export will pans inunti r
under the mo*t rlirld tent Hi.
guaranteed K year* old, frei from
nl fusel oi 1M anil adulteration*.
Nrnooth, and a capital liquor for
cither hoclul or medicinal i.>< . |
Full Quarts, $1.00:
Six Quarts, $5.0(
Mall ana Expresit ordern
■hipped the Mime day an rocel v
<-d, and we pay charge* on a !
order* of SIO.OO anil over.
Jos. FLEMING & SON,
412 MARKET ST.,
PITTSBURG, H X
Comput a Price Lift> of Wine J and LiQuors mailed fret/
- ' -J. JSIW
& ~£C \
M w V 1 , tj w •
1 It f' 1 P:
THE NEW FRENCH R'VFDY
Hi (live ■ • |«|l>• Wly mi'l perm ie> filly
DC hll IT*. WHIAHI AH NtKrUl^ittt
And other n ' < Hrl-.lr* finti. early error*
or exire • ntrrworb. nc W.MII* olf
couaumpll' M arid in.mill' 1 I 1 .e
iitlietK fall. IliHiU itf •*!•:•» :i l"ii rt.i
fie. .-m israelii 11 Wonder
ful iirciHH In all cah»K of H>lh nature.
ISV mall. 1/ 00 p«r box, or ->lx for g". 00.
GAtUMEI MEDICINE L 0 . i.HICAGO. ILI.
THE KEELEY CURE
l*i A Kpcclal l*>ofi to liii !: 1 • n" • 1 viutf
Irllt'-'l ii'■' on••'•|fni !v Into f !»«• «ii i< 1,.i1» » Alio
tkWgktn to iln«l Hie(iinD oof alroliolimn la • 'I
u;p it iijt .n, rendering thfffi unfit I» i itiiiieil
fnim r- U'tirlilK a H»?iir l<ruii . A l«#i:r w<ekA
<h>UT v or 11* mi • t Ht tin*
pi ttmjuu'i kjjiji.i.v iNsnrijie,
Mo. \W\ Fiftn Avt'fiw*,
rcftorcfl t » tlffii All tin lr jmw-tj, met i.tl un<f
j»iiy? it 'll, «1< troy* tins Aimonii.il mfw tiU., and
n*Uw« IhMii to tlic i-onrlltloii then- ucr< Hi l«-
Utr*t)wy iminlucl In Tlii» IIA* II
doneltHore tnAn IflOO nuei trcau.il liure, And
ntnonr: thrm tn«* of your own iH »Klilior«, to
whom w«? '*' i r* f*r with cortli'l«'n< «• nn to tho
filjtoitlb- -«• fcty ii.ii'l imviilljcy of tin: !<»•• li-y < ijrr:.
Tht; fullest an«l »uo t •«si r. •. •' inv illation te
ivltc'l. ;4:l|i| tor |(HUllililct giviU|( ,' ,11 IllloMllAr
lightning, Firo and Storm Proof.
ii f ft it. fV.m Tron Kunflnf end torrii*
,» .i §;i,i - ir ( u. I t* I'ltlln., I*n. t
Utt* fj* 1 -»l« .11 Ira
Job work donu here Bur>?erivtj
or tLe CITIZtN.
The lift of food, remedies compiled by
the Housekeeper is well worth preserva
tion lor reference:
Celery is invaluable as a food lor those
suffering from any form of rheumatism:
for diseases <A the nerves and nervous dys
Lettuce is useful lor those suffering frrm
Water cress is a remedy for scurvy.
Peanuts for indigestion; they are es
pecially rec jmended for corpulent diabet
o„. Peanuts are made into a wholesome
aud nutritious soup, are browned and used
as coffee, are eaten as a relish, simply
baked, or are prepared and served as salt
Salt to check bleeding of the lungs, aDd
as a nervine and tonic for weak, thin
blooded invalids. Combined with hot
water is uselul lor certain forms of dyspep
sia, liver complaint, etc.
Onions are almost the best nervine
known. Xo medicine is so uselul in cases
of nervous prostration, and there is noth
mg else that will so quickly relieve and
tone up a worn-out system. Onions are
are useful in all cases of coughs, colds and
influenza: in consumption, insomnia, hy
| drophobia, scurvy, gravel and kindred
iiver complaints. Eaten every other day,
they soon have a clearing and whitening
eflect on the complexion.
Spinach is useful to suffering
At paragus is used to induce perspiration.
I Carrots for suffering from atthma.
Turnips for nervous disorders and lor
Ka« beef proves of great benifit to per
sons suffering from consumption. It is
Ct'opped line, seasoned with salt, and
healed by placing it in a iiif.li ic hot wa
ter. It assimilates rapidly, and affords
the best ol nourishment.
Eggs contain a large amount, of nutri
ment in a compact, quickly available form.
Eggs, especially the yoke of eggs, are use
ful in jaundice. Beaten up raw with
sugar are to clem and strengthen the voice.
With sugar and lemuii juice, the beaten
while ol egg is used to relieve hoarseness.
Honey is wholesome, strengthening,
t'leansing, healing and nourishing
Fresh ripe fruits are excellent for puri
fying the blood and toning up the system.
As specific remedies, oranges are aperient
Sour oranges are highly recommended for
Watermelon for epilepsy and for vello*
Cranberries for erysipelas are used exter
nally as well as internally.
Lemons for feverish thirst in sickness,
biliousness, low fevers, rheumatism, colds,
coughs, liver complaint, etc.
Blackberries as a tonic. Useful in all
forms of diarrbo.a.
Tomatoes are a powerful aperient fJT the
liver, a soverign remedy for dyspepsia and
for indigestion. Tomatoes are invaluable
in all conditions of the system in which
the use of calomel is indicated.
Figs are a; erient and.wholesome. They
are said to be valuable as a food fur those
suffering from cancer. They are used ex
ternally as well as internally.
Bananas are useful as a food for those
suffering from chronic diarrhoea,
Pieplant is wholesome and aperient; is
excellent for rheumatic nlferers and uso
ful for purifying the blood.
HOOD'S PIIJIJH cure Liver III*,
Klllounncss, Infiltration, llsstiliwlie.
A pleasant, laxative. All DrngglsU.
—Dr. H.E. Hervey, ol Hartstown, h->lds
the championship for a long and continuous
haxtorate, having been in charge of the
IJartfttown b. P. church since 1853.
l)r. Agnew « Cure lor tne Heart giv* J.
perfect reliel in all cases of Organic •>'
sympathetic lleat Disease in 30 minute.)
and speedily effects a cure. It is a peer
Tesu remedy for Palpitation, Shortness o.
ireath, Smothering Spells, Pain in Eel
* ide and all symptoms of a Diseased Heart
'ne dose convinces. Sold by City Phar
Clover Hay for Hogs and Chickens
Ten years ago the proposition to feed
hay to hogs and chickens would probably
have b> i-n received with doubts as to the
wisdom uJ the attempt, but to day small
clover cutters lor the use ol poultryaien
are considered essential. Clover hay is
cut very fine for poultry, scalded and led in
small troughs. It is not only highly rel
ished, but increases the production of eggs.
For hogH the clover is not cut so line, but
is cut in an ordinary leed cutter, scalded
and sprinkled with ground grain. Bulky
food has been found necessary (or hogs
and poultry as well as for horses, sheep
—English Spavin Liniment removes a"
l.arJ, soft or calloused lumps and Idem
she* from horses, blood spavins, curbs
plints, sweeney, ringbone, stifles, sprain
II swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save
50 by u»e of one bottle. Warranted the
no/it wonderful Blemish Cure ever known
bold bv J. C. Rediok, druggist Butler Pi
—The laud ou which the two battles o!
Bull Run were fought is to be cut up and
auctioned oil this month. It will strike
the average American that it would have
been a good place to locate a national
h'cltef i n Stx Hours
—Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
ease.! relieved in six hours by the "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
This new remedy is a great surprise on ac
count of its exceeding promptness in re
lieving pain in the bladder, Kidney, back
and every part ol the urinary passnges in
male or female. It relieves retention of
water and pain in passing it almost im
medially, If you want quick reliel and
cure thin is your remedy. Sold by J.C.
itedick druggist Butler I'a.
—The man, who is sitting around wait
ing for a shower of silver dollars to fall in
to h!s pocket, would be too lazy to pick
them up if they fell at his feet.
Aunt Jt«<htul'x Hun hound and Elecum
There are thousands ol cases on recoril
where persons suffering fn»ui consumption
have been completely cured by the use ol
Aunt Kachael's Horehotind ilerb, Elecam
pane Root, and Speers Grape Juice, atid
persona are willing to-day to testify to the
miraculous cures wrought lor them by this
pleasant and mosteffective remedy. I'sed
by public speakers. For sale by dru/;-
Borax as a Kiult Preaeivative
Hero i» wh it the Rural New Yorker
says of it: a borax producer in California is
said to bo experimenting with this sub-
H'.ance at a fruit preservative. The fresh
fruit is to he packed in barrels with the
powdered borax, A shipment ol cherries
packed in thi way reached Chicago in
•' prime condition." This is far more
honest than it is to buy 5 cents worth ol
borax, mix it. with a little salt, sugar, etc,
name it " Preservaline," and sell it lor 60
cents, but it w ill not prove profitable.
Borax should not lie used on fruit just he
lore it is to be eaten. While it will be un
doubtedly keep the fruit in a fresh oondi
tiou, it is injurious to health, and the
health boards in cities where fruit is
sold will surely prohibit ita gs«.
I'llt i linns l-rondi/ of IH7O Vintmje.
llif proven to be a superior distillation,
mil with years of ripening is now put up
on the market by the Spoor N. J. Wine
Co. ll is a superior mellow brandy,
po' :esain£ all the medicinal properties for
VrlwJi brandies from grape are so eminent
ly useful. »,ol'J by Druggists.
A Drop of Water.
The water which is now ic the ocean
and in the river his been many times in
the sky. The history of a single drop
taken out of a glass of water is reail} a
romantic one. X«> taveler has ever a
complished such distance in his life. That
panicle may have reflected the piim trees
of coral island, and has caught the sun ray
in the arch that spins a cloud cleari.ig
away from the valleys ol Cumberland < ; r
California. It may have been ea-ried by
the Gulf Stream troui the shores < 1 I lorida
and Cuba, to be turned into a of j
ice beside the precipices of Spitsbergen. ;
It may bave hovered over the streets of
London, and have formed a nart of murky
log, and Lave glistened on iheyoung gra»s
blade of April in Irish fields. It has been
lifted up to heaven aud sailed in great |
wool pack clouds across the sky, forming j
part of a cloud mountain echoing wit'i j
thunder, it has hung in a fleecy veil j
many miles above the earth at the cio-e !
oi a long season ol still weather. It has j
defended many tunes over the shoAers to ;
refresh the eartn, and has spa.kied anil
bubbled in rnos&y '.ouulains in every coun
try in Euiope. And it has returned to i.s \
native skies, haviug accomplished lis pur- J
pose, to be stored OUCH again witn elec
tricity to give it new life-producing quali
ties and equip it as n. avail's messenger to
earth once more.
Superior to Imported H' int s.
29 West 42nd St., Xew York, DJC 11,
1893. Alfred Kachael Prest; Dear Sir;
1 can say emphatically that I like your
wines lar better than auy of the imported
wines Your CarieE, Sherry and .Sauterue
are Very line and ajr.-.eable. Your lalte*"
is my favorite lam yours truly. S. F.
Among the deep c >a! miuas ij Eu rope
is OLO at Lambert, Belgium. 1» -oth 3 -
La Fayette, Ind., August 0, 1893. Aunt
Rachaet Speer: I have been using Per
uvian Bitters of late for malarial fever
that I have liot ieen entirely rid of for the
past two years until now I must say
your bitters beat everything. I used it
only six weeks and begun to improve the
fir*t week. 1 am now well and hearty and
feel young again, even now in this very
Mrs. Jane XewmaJ.
Paper Pulp Shoe Heels.
One of the latest features ol wood pulp
industry is the manufacture iu Haverhill,
Mass , ot shoe heels lrom the material,
white pine aud other kinds being used lor
the purpose. In carrying out this art the
plan as described consists in reducing the
wood in the usual way in digesters, after
which the pulp is put into a tank and mix
ed with the substances necessary for im
parting to heel stock t:<e necessary re
quirements such as alcohol, litharge, tar,
degras and fish glue, a thorough mixing of
these with the pulp being followed by
soaking the same a day or two, so that
the fiber ma} - be penetrated, when anoth
er application of materials occurs. The
object at this tlage is to harden the pulp
snmewhat, so that it can bo rolled into
thick sheets and handled, shellac aid bor
ax accomplishing this, the pulp thus hav
ing the consistency ol cement. Atthis point
slackened lime is put in, aad as this hard
ens when dry, tho pulp must bo rolled in
to sheets and cut into heels before the
hardening takes place. With needed rapdi
ity tho pulp is uow drawn from the tank
in sheets, it being just thick enough, and
and there being specially arranged rollers
and adjustments at the bottom of the tank
for effecting this. A series of pressure*,
through press rollers reduces the sheet to
the right thickness, and the sheet is uext
placed quickly upon the bed of a cuttar;
the wheels are now started, aud la amo
nieut the platen falls, forcing a hundred or
more cutters upon the sheet, .shaping out a
—Hood's Sarsapurilia conquers scrofula,
salt rheum aad all other blood diseases.
Take ohly Hood's.
A Cruise to the Mediterranean.
Kev. I< Jones, of Pittsburg, Pa., who
accompanied the Friesland cruise to the
Mediterranean last winter, is organizing a
select party for the samo ciuiseand on tho
same steamer, visiting among other places
Gibraltar, Algiers, Egrm t, tho Holy Laud
aud Greece. The steamer will leave New
York about January 29th and return in 04
days. A rare opportunity for all who
wish to visit tho east. Send for informa*
tion to Iter. I), Jones. 11017 Hoeveler St.
—An item in tho salarie* ot Pennayl
vauia engineer* anil firemen, which in not
generally known to the public, i*a «o-call
ed premium on cod. On all the runH a
generous allowance for coal per mile iH
madu by the company, and whatever the
firemen and engiueor* nave on thin allow
ance re*nlt» in a premium (or them A
portion of tho caving good to the company
and the remainder in divided between the
employe* on the engine. One material
drawback to thin *y»'tcm in that engineer*
frequently run nlowly on up graden and in
going down hill they ahnt off the nteum
entirely and let the train go _Uir all it in
worth liy ita cwn inertia. Tliih severely
rack* the engine, but the company kejp*
ntrict tab by watching the lime between
Htatioiiß- and a perfect knowledge ot the
graden on the road nho« * pretty clearly
when the engineer in abuning bin engine.
An Easy Cure for Drunkenness.
I>runkenne>-H, Morphine and Tobac—o
habit* eanilv cured by the line of Hill'*
Double Chloride ol Gold Tablet*. No
effort in required ol the patient and ntimu
lantn may be taken an unual until
given up. Tablet* may b t given iji tea or
ci flee without the patient'n knowledge. A
cure guaranteed in every cane, for Bale
by all lirnt clann drugginta, or will be Hent
on receipt of SI,OO. For full particular*
add rend The Ohio Chemical Work*, Lima,
Pota**iumnrthodinitrocre»olato i* the
name of the new antiseptic ilmcovorod in
(inrmany, but a* it i* intended to be u«»d
generally, it H alno called ftlitinnu iln.
One part of I'ie unbalance in from 1,500 t>.
15,000 parln of noapnudn i* destructive to
all tfie common parasite* injurlou* to
plat.t*. Vea*t used in brewing remain*
frenb fora long ft me when treated with it;
it de*troy* ail bacteria, and yea»t can en
dure a Holution a* *troiig a* live per cent
of the HolMtance. It ia odorlew and very
Leonard lleed, oi New Castle, han been
driven from hi* residence by White Cap*.
He paid hi* rent regularly, anil neither the
landlord nor anyone et*o know* why he
—Joanetto, Pa., i« to have an SBO,OOO
brewery, (or the erection ol whioh I be con
tract ha* been let.
A few ft ei k-t ago it took three barrel* of
oil to buy a burthel of wheat; now it laki *
nearly three bushefi of wheat to buy a bar
rel of oil.
AFTER ALL OTHERS FAIL
:»4i» n. i'it ""i HT.. 1'1111.A., •'*.
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I tower I n/v <■>;.* ■fnM<JJni|. f v fll cuir- i »/rr <a « urn.
I- • I'll 4JlvtU-jiulu>oi fiut'le limllud
! : ' I) t ,a
» fill 111 mi Mt »d»»MU»iua »l loKWI •'-»
I cfer aold for 111
PICciSC Pay particular attention to
these few lines—they may interest you.
Ponds Extract is so universal a remedy
that ycu know of it and its uses well,
but so many crude imitations are on the
market, that a warning against the use
of anvthincr but the genuine Pond's
Extract i* necessary. Ponds Extract is
absoluU pure, antiscj>tic and anodyne,
and m iy iv* used with safety and efiicacy,
externally or internally. Accept nothing
but the genuine with buff wrapper and
POND'S EXTRACT CO.. 7 K N f > Vo''*'-
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
BARGAINS in BOOTS and
\\ K ARK? HfcAIJgUARTKHS for Felt Hoots. Wc have them for Men, Boys WWi, ami alTldnds. 0 ' We find
Overs,and Prices the very Lowest. Complete stock of Mtshawanka Stockings, am vii »< ■ a , vav down on all heavy
we have too many heavy boots ami as wc intend to build next Spring we will carry no s <>\ » i. B -i|: nfy the verv best wearing goods
goods. Space will not 'pre,nil me to quote prices, but a visit to our store will convince you that we sec us
at extremely |b«r prices/ Full stoc kof Leather and Findings. Repairing done on short notice. When in need of Shoes call
JOHN BICKEL M ST BUTLER,PA.
BRANCH STORK, i? 5 N. Main St.
IIS NATURE'S 0W!\I TONIC
Btlmt'latoa tho appetite ami pro
duooa rotVeehtiiK Bleep.
GIVES Vim SfHENGTH IJ MJKSIN3
Ctiockn wawHnit dlaeaao*. nlopa
nlifl.t h weni'i ciron inclpo nl
}ncreaaoa ntreri(,.h end flcah.
O MAKES RED, RICH BLOOD,
I'romotcn hen'thy lung tlaatio.
Will Klvn the pal* ii "1 J i, : •
Nrony chuck* routh
cores ALL rr.y ■ r omjt.aints. i
Make* el nuiK lU' • iw uiOQ of
GILMOiiE'S IRON IONIO PIILS
Cure . 1 Vasting Dlseiusa n J
BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, die.
Thoy art' neither nt vptH nor cnuM i'- nnd
hnvfi no <"iißuliit Ikk i cm tho « ut« i»t i
«»f the atoinHoh or »tn Hum* oonn< «
do not hurt Iho tnoth or oou«i«i)ittlr,ri
r (liarrhtrn im dotboumml lorm* <»< Iron
n miyn trciitcncnt 600. fioo. J!
uot kept by your uadroM
GILMORE & CO.,
S IWuLfm\o fiIWTMfUT
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allot* « «) to I'Mii.ri f rn, an i pn.lru
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• bilwiMtU ) 4'*./»f»arKß 4 Fl*Uii».J :t*l*
twiibt Nerve IJcrrie*
fiave elone for others
A positive cute for all Wcautu'sses,
Nervousness, I ability, and ail their
traiit of evils resulting from early errors
and later excesses; (lie result of over*
| work, >ickn.:ss, worry, etc.
o eof h ibac^o,opium
aiuliiqtufrTwhicli lead to consunfjition
and iiiMiiity. I lieir tise ■ hows immedi
ate improvement. Insi I upt n having
ther.enuinc MtHiT BLfiIUES, no other.
O nvenient to carry in vest pocket.
Pi ice, ft a per six boxes, one ful
tivalmcnt, (iiiaranteed tocnre
any ta e. If not kept by your drug
: gist we will send them by mail, upon
receipt of price, in plain wrapper.
AMFKICAN IIIIEDICn CO . CINCINIatI. 0.
M, A, imm
37 S. Mdio.St. Butler Pa.
D. T. PAPE'S
lloli'l.av Goods and Christmas Presents.
We arc pleased to announce the arrival of our Holiday
Stock, and that we are ready for
villi a rare assortment of Christmas Gifts, suitable for
< )ld and Toys, Fancy Goods, V vclties. \'o
fions, etc., etc.
\ ..,1 lie invited to call and inspect our Giand Display.
D. T. PAPE'S
, - S. Mam St ,iu,ltT Ph
rnK NAMi: OK TllC :"vEXT
President Of The United States
\IU. 81. VNNOI'NCRD IJC
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r o THE TAILOR. We have no fine window
J. O IVJ L vJT ? _ —in which we can display
our goods, but we have the finest line of goods to be found in any
merchant tailor store in Butler. Call and see for yourself. We want
youn trade and can only get it by pleasing you, which we guarantee
to do in each and every particular by giving you good material, first
class up-to-date work at moderate prices.
The Tailor, Hatter and Men's Furnisher, 101, South Main St.,
Opposite Lowry House.
fjff A Summer Srive
| i loses a measure of its pleasure if the carriage Is less ia*
j X \lr* _J urious, easy running and handsome than It might W-
nave nothing but good points. They're the handsomest vehicles YOU can
get are as strong ar.d hc tire as they're sigh ly.
Ask and insist thai you see them at your dealer's.
Made by FRF&QMA fIFG- CO.. Youn?stown, Ohio,
[ SHOEgjrt BICKEL'S
Pure lt)e Whi*kie.< f rom the beet known
diatiller*. according to age, from »2.00 to
«! 00 per gallon My own importation of
flue ol.: I'ort*. Slieiry. Khine and Mo*el
Wine* from #_'.oo to per gallon. St
Helena pur« old i alilornia Wins*, dry and
HWeet, 75 cent* to +1 50 per gallon. Al*o
agent for the celebrated Lake Chautauqua
Wine*. *1 50 per gallioi. Seneca Lake
pure Wine Vinegar. 500 per gnllon. The
fineat imported Ulna. Cognac*. Scotch and j
1 ririlt Whi*ky, Bloul lia*< Ale. itc ,at
biwe*t price*. Call or write to A An
drie**en l Veileral St.,
Special I'rice I.M on application. No
extra charge or jug* or packing. Mail
I order* promptly attended to.
IC •. WIC K
Dl 4 \LK H I *
1 Rouyh ami *oiN Itntfi
OF Al- KIND*
Doors, S;ish, lillnds, Mouldings,
Shltitflos and Lath
AI wby« In Slock.
I.IME. hair and plastuk
Otffcn opponite P. AJW. Depot,*
f»'r" r .T t p|
j ■ ~ , t i, im*o«iii;.«>iM
' }-)• $ i
if. a•' i;» i»i I f... I ■ I J
[f %i M u. iiLOOii > •"" /V*
4 lil.lir«ur« iit-nUiih
MmU kS L>i 1 kU*OA.« ■ •
% Green Goods Market, *
CENTRE AVE. • - • »««!!. K,
All kinds of Country I'ro due
Iwavs on hands—good amlfresL
11 ighest market price paid in
cash for Country Produce.
i J a «PH«, — S
bus.*** ¥*. * *
J. 11. FAUHKL, l'rop'r.
This house has been thorough,
ly renovated, remodeled, and re
fitted with new furniture ;>.r.d
carpets; has electric bells and al
other modern conveniences fot
ffuestv, and is as convenient, and
desirable a home for strangers aa
cjn be found iii Sutler, |'af
Elegant sample room for p
ommercial me 3 •