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BURTON'S Great Sacrifice Sale
Commencing January 13 and Continu
ing for 30 days only:
Owing to the crowded condition of our Store we
are compelled to reduce our Stock to mtike room
for Spring Goods.
In order to do so we will give a
SPECIAL REDUCTION OF ,
20 pe- cent on Men's, Boy's and Children s Overcoats.
10 per cent on Men's, Boy's and Children s Suits.
10 per cent on Men's, Boy s and ( hildien s I ants.
10 per cent on all Furnishing Goods, Ilats, Caps &c.
Recolect these are all strictly new goods. It will
pay you to come 50 miles to attend this sale.
Don't forget the place
T. H. BURTON
120 South Main St., JButler Pa.
Grand Clearance Sale
Of Boots and Shoes
OUR STOCK of BOOTS and SHOES
Is large and as we will commence to build early in the
spring we must move and the room which we will
move into is much to small for our large stock. We
will therefore commense to reduce our stock —all win
ter goods must go—none will be carried over great
reductions in all lines, none will be spared—no matter
what you may want in Boots or Shoes, you can get
from our stock and at remarkably low prices. \ou 11
be Su -prised ar.d Financially Benefitted by attending
this Grand Clearacne Sale. We want to reduce our
stock and we are going to do it, no difference if we
must sell some lines at a loss. We're going to extra
cate this overloaded stock and here are examples of
how its going to be done.
1 lot ladies everyday shoes, regular price $1.50, reduced to SI.OO
! « » dress " " " 2-0° " I2 J
I " " warm-lined " " " I -4°
j N «« " slippers " " L-OO " 5°
1 " " rubber boots " " 1-25 "
1 « misses " "_ " " 1-00 60
1 " ladies grain shoes, pat tip " " 1 • 3 5 ( 9°
1 " men's box toe boots(heavy)" " 3- 2 5
1 " " dress shoes " " I -75 i.oo^
1 " " foot-holds " "3° 10
I " boys dress shoes " " " i-oo
I « youths " " " " 1 * 2 5 " 75«
I " childrens dongola shoes " " 60 3°
I " " grain spring heel " " 75 " 4°2
Large stock of Felt Boots either leather or first quality
rubber overs to be closed out cheap. Many interest
ing bargains will be offered in rubber goods Iron
stands with four lasts each at 50 cents. Sole leather
cut to any amount you may wish to purchase.
Repairing neatly done at reasonable prices.J
For the latest styles in Fine Footwear call and see us.
128 South Main St.
Branch Store, Butler Pa.
125 N. Main St.,
Tlie Pilot Mnst See '
Let us pilot you arouud to our store
'"rlr jg. V L and show you the many nice goods
% \ suitable and very appropriate for
% Christmas presents. Fine Cut-glass-
Silverware, Sterling Silver Nov
(i wPill el ties, Rings, Stick Pins, Watches in
'MilIjBlA.. ' Gold and Silver, Tribly and Lorg
il'llliliiik 1 nette Chains, Braceletts, etc - We
IJi'i) l)llllhSM^n lkv jdftito ave a ar s e and want y° ur
If y° ur P urse not we^
\j R. GRIEB,
118 South Main Street, - Butler, Pa
Wi 11 up
fv#Ctoicnc vften muiu tatairy. SEXINIL FILLS at one* cnecx drains and
promptly rcvitalixe the whole system. SI.OO per box by mail, 6 boxes for $5.
IVo®ntt 1H • >7T®lB. With every $5 order we give a legal guarantee to cure or refund
Address PEAL MEDICINE CO.. Cleveland. Ohia
Liver;, Feed and Sale Stable,
Rear of Wick House, Buller, Pa
The bejt of horses and drst class
rigs always on hand and for hire.
Beet accommodations in town for
permanent boardiDg and transient
trade. Special care gnaratteed.
Stable room for sixty-five horses.
A good class of horses, both driv
ers and draft horses always on hand
and for sale under a fall guarantee;
and horses bought upon proper noti
fication by SEANOR & NACE.
All kinds ot live stock bought and
Telephone at Wick House
JOHN W. IIROW*. C. A. Abramb
ABFAMS & BROWN,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance,
N"«a*Cocrt HOosb. BUTLER,
Insurance Company of North America.
02dye&r, Assets $9,563,000; Home of New
Tort, Agaeta $9,160,000; Hartford of Hart
lord, ASSETS $8,645,000; Phrnnii ol Brook
lyn. A h»et* $5,500,000. New York Under
J. H. FAUBEL, Prop'r.
This house has been thorough
ly renovated, remodeled, and re
fitted with new furniture and
carpets; has electric bells and al
other modern conveniences for
guests, and is as convenient, and
desirable a home for strangers as
can be found in Butler, Pa.
Elegant sample room for use o
ommercial me t
That we sell the following goods at these
2 years old pure Rye $2 00 per gallon
3 " 2 25
4 " 2 50
7 " 3 50 "
10 " i 50 "
14 " 5 50
17 •• C 50 "
All from the best known distillers.
California 5 years old pure Wines, 14
kinds, sweet and dry, $1.50 per gallon;
case $3.0 to $5.00. My own direct im
£ortations of pure Port and Sherry Wines,
losel and Rhine, at lowest figures. Call
or send lor special price list. Mail orders
piomptly filled. No extra charge for box
ing and packing.
NO. !8S FEDERAL ST.
Wlfk*/ / 3n Sometimes needs a reli
\ able monthly regulating
Are prompt, safe and certain In r«anlt. The genu,
lne (Dr. Peal's) nevor disappoint. Sent anrwfare,
•LOO. foci Modlcuit Co.. Cleveland. O.
Pot Ps'» »t City Pharmasy.
1 Reopened and now ready Jfor the
o' ti» r .r*v elin? pub
Everything in first-claes style.
MRS. MATTIE REIHIHG, Owner
M H BROOKS. Clerk.
L. S. McJUNKIN
Insurance and ReaJ ; Estate
17 East jefferson st.
BUTLER, - P
Very often Natar* ne«ds only a little
help to get over ao obstruction, ™ hen
a boom of logs is floating down a river,
all goes well until one single log strides
something and sticks. Then there s a
"jam"—and trouble. It is just so in
the progress of food through the diges
tive organs. Everything goes well till
something sticks. Then the process of
digestion stops. That's indigestion. T n
less the impediment is removed, poison
ous putrid matter begins to accumulate.
There's a " iam " —constipation, and
trouble. Sick headache, biliousness,
sleeplessness, vertigo, heartburn, loss of
appetite—these are some of the symp
toms. Just a little help at the appear
ance of the first one would end the
trouble. Nature is a hard worker, but
she needs assistance if too much be pnt
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets offer th«
best and simplest method for furnishing
this assistance. They are prompt and
very effective in their action, but they
are not strong nor severe. They cause
no violent wrench of the system. They
go right to the " log " that is fast and
loosen it. Nature does the rest. By and
bv, with a little care in dieting, Nature
wiH do it all. That'* one great advant
age of the " Pleasant Pellets " over the
many strongly cathartic pills —you do
not become a slave to their use. They
really cure the trouble they are meant
to cure. Even the -worst kind of chronic
constipation disappears with their use.
CAt'TlOX.—Some designing dealers <lo not
oermit their customers to have Dr. Pierce s Pe>
let. because inferior pUls afford greater profits.
Such dealers are short sighted. They overlook
the fact that next time you will ko where yoa
ere supplied with what y*u ask for.
!>r. Humphreys' Specific, arc scientifically and
carefully prepared Remedies, tised for years in
private practice and for over thirty years by the
people with entire riccess. Every single Specific
a special cure for the disease named.
50 . 81-ECIHC roB pbices.
j_ vrl'M, Congestions, Inflammations.. »U5
!t-W.rms, Worm Fever, Worm C01ic.... 5
3—Teething; Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .23
4 —Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 35
7-Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25
8— Xenralgia, Toothache, Faceache <35
9 Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .35
10 - Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation. .35
) I—Suppressed or Painful Periods .. .35
j -t—Whites, Too Profuse Periods .35
13—Cronp, Laryngitis. Hoarseness 35
11—Halt Ktaeum, Erysipelas. Eruptions.. .35
15—Rheumatism, Khcumatlo Pains 35
16— Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague .35
19—Catarrh. Influenza, Cold In the Head. .35
30-\Vh«oplng Congh «35
37—Kidney Diseased >35
28—Nervous Debility 1.00
30— Crlnary Weakness 35
31—Sore Throat, Quincy, Ulcerated Throat .35
»i T7 V DR. HUMPHREYS' GRID 9RC
// SPECIFIC FOR Onlr, CO .
Put up to small bottles of pleasant pellets. Just fit
your vest pocket.
Sold by Drnerl»t«. or ««n t on recelrt of price.
D*. HtTMPHSKTB' Mamual (Enlarged 4 Reviled, MAIT.kd rswt.
nraIPHIIKVS'MFU.ro., 11l A lit William SI., NKW YOKKa
Rub your poor, tired feet ?
> (THADE-MABK). )
< It takes all the aching (
s out of sore or tender feet, I
> instantly. Strained or I
> over-worked muscles, s
) chafings, or any soreness I
) or stiffness—they're all S
I relieved in the same quick >
It's the best remedy for <
Rheumatism, Catarrh, >
Neuralgia, Sore Throat, \
' Burns, Boils,
Skin Dissases. |
11 Two sizes, 25 and 50 cents. (
11 At druggists, or by m»i!. ?
' TH« Bkandreth CO., 374 CANAL ST., K. Y. |
Will strike yon.—We aro all
streaked hero and there witfe
the same likes and dislikes.
Tliousands of all sorts of people
pronounce Old Export Whiskey
tip-top In every particular, and
foralluses. Might be Just what
you'd like, no harm in mention
ing it, anyway. It is 8 years
old, that's certain. It is posi
tively pure and free from fusel
oil—that is a fact which the
most expert chemist can't dis
rull Quarts, SI.OO ;
Six Quarts, $5.00.
Mail and Express orders
shipped promptly, and we pay
transportation charges on
orders of SIO.OO and over.
Jos. FLEMING & SON,
412 MARKET ST.,
tampleie Pr ee Lists of Wines and I lyuors mailed (rd«
THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY
Kei loves quickly and permanently
DEBILITY, WEAKNESS. NERVOUSNESS
And other evils, arising from early errors
or excesses, overwork, etc. Wards off
consumption and insanity; cures where
others fail. Book of explanation mailed
fret. Satisfaction guaranteed. Wonder
ful success In all cases of this nature.
By mail, 11. HO per box, or Bix for $5.00.
OALUMET MFDICINE CO.. CHICAGO, ILL.
For sale by City Pharmacy.
THE KEELEY CURE
Is a special boon to business men who, having
driftcd unconsciously into the drink hahit ana
awaken to find the disease of alcoholism fastened
up »n them, rendering them unlit to manage af
fairs requiring: a elcar brain. A four weeks
course of treatment at the
PITTSBURG KEELEY INSTITUTE,
No. 4216 Fifth Avenue,
restores to them all their powers, mental and
physical, destroys the abnormal appetite, and
restores them to the condition thev were in be
fore they indulged in stimulants, this has been
i\onclninore than lf,oo cases treated here, and
nmon£» them some of your own neighbors, to
whom we can refer with confidence as to the
a- olute safety and efficiency of the Kecley < "urc.
The fullest and ino«t searchim* in\» -titration is
n vitcd. Send for pam»dilet giving Mil informa
PCh!che*t*.»r'» EnfflUh III&iuoikI IT run i.
Original and Only Genuine. A
Brand lr, Krd hoI '
,vc * " k " ' * • *'' u " T»Le
otbrr fi- fuse d>:>w r on* ■
i 'C* a *'Relief for in Utter, b/ retnrr
•A kf all. 10.000 TcftimoDials. .Name Paper.
_ ~! fhlolic«terCleiuloi4llV,M»JU«nS(iui»r<i,
This is a bad-smelling substance, ooz.
ing as a milky, opaque, fetid juice from
tlie root of Fezula fetida. I rom the
root stock. which in full-grown plants is
sometimes six inches in diameter and
more than a foot long, somewhat resem
bling a beet, grow numerous spreading
trijiarted leaves of a leathery appearance
and light green color. Out of their
midst rises a stem of a luxuriant, her
baceous nature, sometimes as high as ten
feet, carrying at the top a numerously
branched compound umbel of yellow
flowers' which betrays the natural order
of the plant—Umbelliferae. Although
the odor is so offensive to us, we are told
that the people of Bokhara use the small
plant as a green vegetable as we do let
tuce and relish it. The root stock, which
always protrudes several inches out oi
the ground, is freed from small rootlets
and leaves in the month of June, select
ing the plants that have not yet borne
flowers, and a slice of it is cut off. The
wonnd is then covered loosely with twigs
and leaves, to exclude the sunlight,
which retards the process; and it is left
this way for a few weeks, at which time
a thick reddish fir brownish gummy sub
stance is found on the exposed part.
This exudation, a hardened suppuration
of a vegetable wound, is removed, put
into leather bags and taken to Herat, the
commercial center of Afghanistan. It is
stated; on good authority, that hardl}
any asafetida leaves that city in a pure
state, a red clay being used as an adult
erant, which the pharmacists of Europe
and America have to filter out when mak
the tincture. From Herat the asafetida
goes to India, aud is thence brought by
the parsee and British traders into the
markets of the world.
The rose of Kashmir grows in the
same ground with the Ferula fctida the}
drink the same dew, feed on the same
soil, and the same golden sun ripens
their fruits. But while the one fills the
air with fragrance and enchants the eye,
the other, like an evil spirit, destroys
our rapture, and calls a chilly halt to our
enchantment. Thus the good and the
bad live close together, not only among
the plants, but also among men; and this
close proximity of contrasts directs the
differing thoughts of the thinker.
American Institute Farmer's Cluh.
A committee from this club report the
wines of Alfred Speer of Passaic, N. J.,
the most reliable to be obtained, and
that the Oporto Grape makes a Port Wine
superior to any in the world. His Claret
and Brandy have no superior.
M. Henry, a Frenchman, being curious
to see the effect of benzine on a wasp,
put some of it under a glass in which a
wasp was imprisoned. The wasp im
mediately showed signs of great atinoy
anceand anger, darting at a piece of paper
which had introduced with the benzine
into his ceU, By and by he seems to have
given up the unequal contest in despair,
for he lay down on his back, and bend
ing up his abdomen, planted his sting
thrice into his body, and then died. M.
Henry allowed his scientific interest to
overcome his humanity so far as to repeat
the experiment with three wasps, only to
find that the other two did likewise.
He is therefore, of opinion that wasps,
under desperate circumstances, commit
Others have been wonderfully benifit
ed by Hood's Sarsaparilla, why not you?
—Patented artificial skin is now pro
duced in Germany. It is made by re
moving the outer and inner mucous
membrances of the intestines of animals
and partly digesting them in a pepsin
solution. The fibers are then treated
with tannin and gallic acid,
the result being a tissue
which can be applied to wounds like a
a'natural skin, and is entirely absorbed
in the process of healing.
1896 Climax Brandy
From grape wine, has, by its extreme
age and constant care while in uniform
temperature and pure, sweet atmosphere
ol storage houses for fourteen yeart, be
come a rival of the Hennessey and other
brands of Cognac Brandy, and much lower
in price, and prelerred by the physicians
of Philadelphia, Now York and other cities
Buy it of druggists.
Itclief in Six Hours.
—Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved in six hours by the "Now
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 of the urinary passages in
male or female. It relieves retention of
water and pain in passing it almoft im
mediatly, If you want quick relief and
cure this is your remedy. Sold by J. C.
Redick druggist Butler Pa.
—A little colored girl, ten years of age,
known as the picaiiinny preacher, is
creating a sensation in Eastern cities by
her power as an evangelist- She never
went to school a day in her life, but was
taught to read and write by her father
and mother. She learned to face an
audience while traveling with her father
with a magic lantern show, and helping
him to lecture. Feeling that she hud
been called to proclaim the gospel, she
assumed the work of an evangelist, and
has met with wonderful success, The
spectacle of a ten-year-old colored girl
preaching the gospel is calculated to
excite general curiosity, and the colored
folks flock to hear her in great numbers
and listen with rapt attention, believing
that she is inspired, and that the Lord is
speaking through her mouth.
—English Spavin Liniment removes a •
Lard, soft or calloused lumps and blern
shes from horses, blood spavins, curbs
plints, sweeney, ringbone, stifles, sprain-
II swollen throats, conghs, etc. "Save
50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the
•nost wonderful Blemish Cure ever known
Sold by J. C. Redick, druggist Butler Pi
I>r. Agnew's Cure lor tne Heart gir*
Derfeit relief in all cases of Organic o •
•sympathetic Heat Disease in 30 minutes
and speedily effects a cure. It is a peer
"ess remedy for Palpitation, Shortness o
-'reath, Smothering Spells, Pain in Lei
*-ide and all symptoms of a Diseased Heart
•>no dose convinces. Sold by City Phar
New Orleans is doing a big business
these days in shipping to Europe the
products of American farms. Steamships
leave almost daily with cargoes of 15,000
and 17,000 bales of cotton, together with
a large list of other products. A new
cotton steamer was recently launched at
Belfast, and is now on her way to New
Orleans, which will carry 54,000 bales of
cotton. On Saturday last six vessels left
New Orleans, carrying away 523,266
bushels o£ corn and 30,000 bushels of
wheat. One vessel for Hamburg took
out 175,719 bushels of corn, the largest
single cargo of grain ever shipped from
that city. Europe is taking an immense
amount of American corn this year.
If suffering with piles, it will interest
you to know that De Witt's Witch Haze!
Salve will cure them. This medicine is a
tpecilic for all complaints of this character
and il instructions (which are simple) are
carried out. a cure will result. Wo have
tested this in numerous cases, and always
with like results. It never fails. J. ~C.
A Peculiar Case.
The Erie Times of last week says; "A I
peculiar point of law cime up to-day in
civil court in the case of A. F. Thomas,
who sued the Nickel I'late railroad for t
?3,000 for the burning of wme timlier
from his land adjoining the railroad in
East Springfield, and no one in the j
court room can ever remember a similar j
case. Tuesday when the Jury was drawn j
among the names submitted was that of ,
Grederick Ahl, of Springfield, who was j
challenged by Mr. S. A. Davenport for j
the defense, and the name of L. Geringer
taken instead. Ahl, however, did not !
leave the box, and when the names were
called he still sat with the jury, while
Geringer left with those who were excus
ed. No one at the time noticed the mis
trke, and the trial proceeded and this
noon the jury brought in a verdict of
damages to the cxte.it of <2,100 for the
plaintiff, when on polling the jury it was
found that Geringer was missing and in
his place sat the challenged Ahl. lliis
put a complicated phase 011 the case and
no one knows just what will be done in
the matter. A prominent attorney, in
speaking of the case, said that were it
not for the fact that Mr Davenport
challenged Ahl, the judgement wou!d
likely stand good, but this challenge
might tend to make it eligible for a new
trial. Judge Gunnison sa.d that it was
the first time such a thing had ever come
before him, and he could not tell what
would be done about it. In all probabil
ity he said a motion for a new trial
would be made by Mr. Walling for the
plaintiff. With regard to placing the
blame he said that the right man was
not serving, as neither the attorneys nor
the clerk could be held responsible for
not knowing the juryman.
The. Spa Brand of Brandy
Is a guarantee of Excellence. The
Climax Brandy made from grapes in 1576
is absolutely pure. For sickness in your
family do not for heaven' sake use any
brandy but old and strictly pure distil
—Out of 597 trees struck by lightning
in the forests near Moscow, 302 were
white poplar. Therefore Russian farmers
have been abvised to plant natural light
ning conductors. '
Drunkenness, Morphine and Tobacco
habit are easily cured by the use of Hill's
Chloride of Gold Tablets. No effort re
quired of the patient who is allowed the
use of stimulants until he voluntarily
quits their use. May be given secretly in
tea or coffee ard a cure guaranteed in
every case For sale by all first class
druggists at SI.OO per package. For full
particulars and book oi testimonials ad
dress The Ohio Chemical Works, Lima,
—The Empress of Austria has probably
beaten the record in regard to being a
juvenile grand-mother, for she was only
36 when her first grand-child was present
ed to her.
No excuse for sleepless nights when you
can procure One Minute Cough Cure.
This will relieve all annoyances, cure the
the most severe cough and give you rest
and health. Can you afford to do without
it? J. C. REDlck.
—The Turkish minister says as how
we'd kick if the Turks sent over an ex
pedition for the relief of the Indians.
Don't you believe it, old man. You can
have the Indians themselves if you want
Wife—Here's an aeeouij'L of a man who
shot himself rather than suffier tho pangs
of indigestion. Husband —The fool! Why
did'nc he take He Witt's Little Early
Risers? I used to suffer as bad as he did
before I commenced taking these little
pills. J. C. KKDICK.
Coughing irritates the delicate orgins
and aggravates the diseased. Instead of
waiting, try One Minute Cough Cure. It
helps at once, expectoration easy, reduces
the soreness and inflamation. Every one
likes it. J. C. REDICK.
£ —lf the lavish expenditure of money
abroad every year by our aristocracy was
spent at home, gold exports would be
seldom heard and general business be
One Minute Cough Cure is rightly nam
ed. It affords instant relief from suffering
whem afflicted with a severe sough or cold.
It acts on the throat, bronchial tubes, and
lungs and neverlails to give immediate
relief. J. C. REDICK
—Leander Choate, the well known
lumberman of Oskosh, says the indica
tions are that this year's log crop will be
smaller than than that of last year. He
says that, although the lumber market is
quite dull, prices are steady, but there is
scarcely any demand for the product.
HOOD'S PILLS cure Liver Ills,
Biliousness, Indigestion, Ilendache.
A pleasant laxative. AH Druggists.
Piles of people have piles, but De Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve will cure them. When
promptly applied it cures scalds and burns
without the slightest pain. J. C. REDICK.
One Minute Cough Cure is a popular
remedy for croup. Safe for children and
adnlts. J. C. KKDICK
—Many establishments for the supply
of fishing tackle employ women to make
the flies. Although the humble paths of
the business are overstocked, there is ap
parently remunerative demand for artistic
workmanship. A lady that can tie a fly
fit to captivate a trout or a salmon ean,
it is said, earn 3or 4 pounds a week in
"I)e Witt's Little Early hisers for bilious
ness, indigestion; constipation. A small
pill, a prompt cure. J. C. REDICK.
—There is nothing so very slow about
Philadelphia , after all. The committee
which is investigating the Police Depart
ment of that city at present has learned
that some policemen were actually part
ners in disreputable houses. That beats
even the New York blackmailers.
G. A. R. COMMANDER
JAS. S. DEAN, GEN. GRANT POST,
RONDOUT, N - Y.
CURED OF DYSPEPSIA
Commander Dean writes: "As Chief
U. S. Mail Agent of the U. & D. R. R.
good health is indispensable. I found
myself however all run down with dys
pepsia. I doctored and doctored, but I
grew worse. I suffered misery night and
day, for fully two years. My case was
pronounced incurable. I chanced to
meet Dr. Kennedy a!>out that time, and
told him of 'my condition aud he said, try
a bottle of
DH. DAVID KENNEDY'S
take it morning, noon and night, and it
will cure you. I took the medicine as
directed, but had n6 confidence in a cure,
as my case had been tried by so many.
After using it a week I began to feet t>et
ter, and in a short while after that I was
entirely cured. That terrible distress,
everything I ate, breaking up sour in my
throat hat? all gone anil I have not had a
moment's discomfort since. To-day ther»
isn't a healthier man and my appetite is
AFTER ILL OTHERS FAIL
"i 8 * conduit do Old Sellable
N. FT FTJRK.NTH ST " F1111.A., "A.
Thirty vouri ' ttt' curoofaEl
<ll . of Uleu and wouTFn matTST from what
cause or t*o«? lonic ytaotUnK. I will uunrantec a cure.
I'JM'.i"" t-iuUl-liUNUId livok Ul»U*4
A Great Big Piece for"
Please Pay particular attention to
these few lines—they may interest you.
Pond's Extract is so universal a remedy
that you know of it and its uses well,
but so many crude imitations are on the
market, that a warning against the use
of anything - but the genuine Pond's
Extract is necessary. Pond's Extract is
absolutely pure, antiseptic and anodyne,
and may be used with safety and efficacy,
externally or internally. Accept nothing
but the genuine with buff wrapper and
POKD'S EXTRACT CO . 76 Fifth Ave.. New York.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
A visit to onr STORE and ex
amination of our STOCK cannot
fail to offer many solutions to
the vexing problem
I GIVE •
J. R. Reed & Co.
439 Market St., PITTSBURG;
( H KEYS TOM '
For Medical.» Family V*. *1.25 per ijt.
or 0 qts Jar SO.
Finch's Golden Wedding, Guckenheimer,
Large, Gibson, Bridgeport, Overhold. Full
quarts sl, 6 quarts for #3. Our goods war
ranted pure. Grand Father's Choice,
guaranteed 3 years old, $2 per gal. C.
0. D. and mailorders receive prompt at
ROBT. LEVVIN. Importer and Wholesaler,
136 Water St. Pittsburg, Pa., opposite B. & 0.
R. R. Depot
MtGANDLESS' HEAVE CUBE
I have a Heave Cure that will cure any
case of heaves in horses in forty days,
used according to directions, and il it does
ot do *uat I claim for it, I wili ro r und
he amount paid and no charges will be
made for the treatment. The following
estimonials are the strongest proof of tli
medic.nes power to euro:
A. J. MCCANDLEM,
Butler, P»., 1593.
MR. A. J. MCCANULESS:
On the 2nd day of April, 1892, I com
enced to use your new cure for one of
a:y torses that had the heaves very bad
and continued to use the medicine fo
abi at forty days and the horse did not
sh(. any signs of a return of them. It i
nr. v about a year since 1 quit givin t e
m<»d\c\no and the horse has never sowe<*
an r signs of heaves, and 1 feel utisfie '
cht the is proper'v cured*
W C. CRISWKLL
tlutler, Pa., Anr:L3, IS*>3
I nave user 1 your Heave Cure and four,
t w do the work if used accordng to d
•rt'ons. Yours truly,
J. I*.V MfLCTS
l. c- wick;
Rough and Med Lutei
OR ALM. KISDS
Doors, Sasb, Bilnds, Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath
Always In Stock,
LIMF.. HAIR AND PLASTLK
Otiicu opposite P. «t;W. Dupot,
IIS NATURE'S OWN TONIC.
Stimulates the appetite and pro
duces refreshing sleep.
GIVES VITAL STRENGTH TO NURSING
Checks wasting diseases, stops
night sweats, cures incipient
O Increases strops, ih and flesh.
MAKES RED, RICH BLOOD,
Promotes healthy lung tissue.
Will give the palo and puny the
Nrosy cheeks of youtn.
CTTRES ALL FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
Makes strong and women of
GILMOHE'S IRON TONIC PILLS
Care all Wasting Diseases and
BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, die.
They are neither styptic nor caustic, and
have no coagulating effect on the contents
of tho stomach or its lining; consequently
do not hurt the teeth or cause constipation
or diarrhoea. aB do the usual formr or Iron.
10 days treatment 50c. pamphlet free. If
not kept by your druggist, address
GILMORE & CO.,
What Nerve Hemes
' iaVe < * one ro *' lerS
'anc Fc-rmaneritl/ ffdscure
A positive cure fcr 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.
or excessive use of tobacco,opium
and iiquor, 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, .00 per box, si;; : ".oxes, one full
treatment, $5.00. Guaranteed tocure
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 ordersti)
AMERICAN MEDICAL CO. CINCINNATI. 0.
Pure Rye Whiskies from the best known
distillers, according to age, lroui $2.00 to
$0 00 per gallon. My own importation of
tiue old Ports. Sherry, Rhine and Mosel
Wines from $2.00 to $5.00 per gallon. St.
Helena pnre old California Winss, dry and
sweot, 75 cents to $1.50 per gallon. Also
agent for the celebrated L,ake Chautauqua
WintiS, $1 50 per galloa. Seneca Lake
pure Wine Vinegar. 50c per gallon. The
finest imported Uins. Cognacs, Scotch and
Irish Whisky, Stout, IJass Ale, Jfcc., at
lowest prices. Call or write to A. An
drit son I'B Federal St.. Allegheny.
Special Price List on application. Ho
extra charge for jugs or packing. Mail
orders promptly artended to.
YOU C Ai\ FIND p \ h p'? r
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•. EEMUT6TQH BKuS.
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D. T. PAPE'S
Holiday Goods and Christmas Presents.
\\ e are pleased to announce the arrival of our Holiday
Stock, and that we are ready for
with a rare assortment of Christmas Gifts, suitable for
Old and Young; Toys, Fancy Goods, Novelties, No
tions, etc., etc.
You are invited to call and inspect our Grand Display.
D. T. PAPE'S
122 S. Main St Butler Pa
Mrs. J. E. Zimmerman,
A Remnant Sale
As usual, after our Annual Sacrifice Sal#
we find Remnants all through our stock,
hundreds of them. Remnants of Dress
Goods, of Ginghams, Calicos, Muslins,
Dress Flannels, Country Flannels, etc.
These will be closed out at half-price.
Notwithstanding our phenomenal success
in the past two week's Sacrifice Sale, we
still have too many winter goods—too
many Wraps, Heavy Dress Goods, Blank
ets, Flannels, Yarns, etc. Also more
Winter Millinery than we care to carry
over. All the above mentioned goods
will be closed out regardless of cost to
make room for our Spring Stock, most
of which is already purchased, and some
of it arriving daily.—Shelves must be
cleared of Winter Goods.
Mrs. Jennie E. ZimmermaN
Successor to Ritter & Ralston.
J. S. YOUNG, •
Tailor, Hatter and Hen's Fnrnlsber.
Great Reduction Sale.
In order to make room for spring goods we will sell our entire stock of gent'*
furnishing goods and make you a suit of clothes or an overcoat or a pair of trousen
at greatlv reduced prices. Now is the time to get a genuine bargain in everything
we sell and we guarantee euerything we make to please and fit you.
101 South Main St., Opposite Hotel Loirj t
TALK IS CHEAP
But it takes money to buy Whisky.
And to get value for your money in
Whisky, Brandy, Wines or Cordials,
is to send your orders direct to Max
Klein, and you will be sure of two
That you buy for less money a bet
ter quality than anywhere else in
the State, and
That all goods shipped are just as
represented. Send for New Price
List and Catalogue of all kinds of
liquors, mailed free on application,
and don't forget that
All Express Charges
On orders of $5.00 and over are
paid by us with no charge for box
ing and shipping.
82 Federal St.
Distiller and Wholesale Liquor Dealer.
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