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T. H. Burton T.H. Burton
Tkere Is a blUerence ol Opinion) but lleK iw Uud,lldc,
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WHICH WAY ARE YOU HEADING ?
Not in Politics-but where are you going to do you fall bu £ n S
Yob nnt the Best mil Most for Your Money, Dont Yon?
You can get it. We give it.
Hats, Caps, and Gcritsv
AU departments complete and well stocked with
Hie tat Silk the Fined Mk nl TO Vslbk" fir fc to]
Them are hard times and our prices demonstrate ho* bad we£ a
PniiHrni <snpflkprs Are Wrangling Over the Basis of values.
v ""." in - ,ine ~
WE ta a complete assortmentjof splendid goods
They»r« yoa» at prices that will mainour cwupetitors speak of thts sale as the
Ifwill be turning down good Bargains if you don't come.
T. H. Burton T. H. Burton
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE FRESHNESS OF NEWNESS.
INCOMPARABLE, UNEQUALLED, UNMATCHABLE PRICES.
1 Mens Double Sole and Top Buckle Shoes Cut, and a'i
J- solid leather, regular price $' .25 our price, 95c.
O Boys Lace School Shoes, T„ P Sole all solid leather, regular
~ price $1.25 our price, 90c.
Q Boys Veal Kip Boots 2 full soles and tap saddle seam, war
ranted all solid leather, regular price $1.50 our price, £1.20.
A Mens Veal Kip Boots (same as above,) regular price S2,OC
our price, $1.40.
e Ladies Heavy Button Shoes warranted all solid leather, regu
lar price $1.25 our price, 95c.
r* Misses Heavy Button Shoes, warranted all solid leather, regu-
lar price sl.lO our price, 75c.
7Childrens Heavy Button Shoes, warranted all solid leather,
regular price 75c our price, 50c.
8 Ladies Fine Patent Top Dress Shoes solid leather throughout,
regular price $1.25 our price, 85c.
O Mens Good Gray Felt Boots with four leather stays and
" buckle heel and Up overs, regular price $2.00 oui price, $ 1.50.
AU rubber poods equally low in price as we are always the lowest
on leather goods, so, are we in rubber goods. The above goods
must not be confounded with the cheap truck which is being continual
ly advertised by some dealers, these goods are worth considerable
more than we ask for them, and are positive bargains.
AL RUFF & SON,
■D Cl We have the bill for one thousand pairs of sample Shoes
X • O- from the Blue Hill Shoe Co. We bought them at an un
commonly low price. They will be sold at less than the cost 01
A. R. SON.
ADTDIK STILES FOR
Z The Latest European neations \
V for bu«incss wear are Scotch Cbev- f
I ioU and fancy cawime/es in warm l
C cheerful coloring of brown and J
J green, with a mixture of red or a\
\ dash of yellow artistically blended, f
C gray* in mixtur * and positive i
J colors. C
J For Diess I
\ Vicuna, Lambs wool and Worst- /
f ed coatings with pla ; d and stripe \
V trousering. f
\ We have them in all their va- 1
1 riety and besides the largest stock f
J in the county. J
\ We have facilities tor making \
f good clothes, cheaper than same t
C can be produced elsewhere in C
f Western Pennsylvania. /
What is Yonr Need?
If you need any
thing in the furnish
ing line we can sup
ply you. H you
want a hat or. cap
we can show you the
stock in the county,
at very low prices.
"Colbert & Dale.
342 S. Main St., Butler, I'enn'a
EYES EIAOEI) PHEE OP CHAKGF
R. L Klrkpatrlck,(Optician andJJewelei
Mext to Court House HuMer, Pa',
Oradtste L® Port HarologkaJjJnatitute
COUNTING THE COST.
Have you ever calculated liow
much is saved in the long run by
having your clothing made by
tailors who know their business ?
You get better goods more carc
lul workmanship and the fit and
style are worth a great deal.
It's a satisfaction to wear first
class well made clothes, and then
it's economical as well. Clothes
that fit, v ear longer, look better
and are more satisfactory to the
wearer. Those who wear our
garments appreciate this.
Stop and calculate. Do you
wear tailor-made clothes? In that
case you have garments that last
longer, wear better and suit you
more complctly than any other.
Every garment is maac in the
best style. No accidental fits.
No disgraceful effects. It is
cheaper to wear custom clothes
than any others. Fall styles on
WEDDING SUITS A SPECIALTY.
Cor. Diamond, Butler, Pa
The Buller Caunly National Bank
Capital paid In $100,000.00
Surplus and Profits $87,962.35
Jo*. lUrtti an. President; J. V. KittH, Vice
Preni«i»-Dt: C. A. Bailey, Ca«bier; Jolm 0
McUarlin. A *n'i Cashier.
A Keuerul hanklnx liUMnesi transacted.
Interest paid <>n time deposits.
Money loaned on approved security.
We Invite you lo open an uccount will) tliln
ItIKKCTOHS-Uin. Joseph llartinan. Hon W.
H. Waldron, l»r. N. M. Hoover, 11 MeHweeney,
It. K. Abrama. I*. Collins, I <J. Smith, Leslie
P. Ha/.lett, M. Plneesr.. W. riirnry Wilson. John
Humphrey, Dr. W. C. McCanoless. Hen Mnasetli
llarr* llea»l»T. V. Iti'.ta.
Butler Sayings Bank
Capital - - $60,000 00
SurpiDH and Profits, $119,263-67
JOS. L PURVIS President
J. HENRY TBOUTMAN Vlee-Prwidwt
WM. CAMPBELL, Jr Cashier
LOUIS H. STEIN Teller
MIIWTOKS -loieph L. Purvis, .1. Henry
Trontroan, W. I>. llraiidon. W. A. Hteln, J. S.
'1 he ISutler Savin** b tnk Is toe Ol'loit Bank
ItiK Institution In Kutler County.
..• neral bunking business iransa ted
It sDllr II :<eeounts "t oil prodn.rem, mer
ch .lit)., farmers and other".
All Itujlnev. elitr.i*'"<J "J U* wl'l receive
Inti r>.ild mi time deponltb"
Subscribe for the CITIZE.V
No. 1 Cures Fever.
No. 2 " Worms.
No. 3 " Infants' Diseases.
No. 4 " Diarrhea.
No. 8 " Neuralgia.
No. 9 Cures Headache.
No. lO " Dyspepsia.
No. 1 1 " Delayed Periods.
No. 12 " Leuchorrea.
No. 14 " Skin Diseases.
No. 13 Cures Rheumatism.
No. 16 " Malaria.
No. 20 " Whooping Cough
No. 27 " Kidney Diseases.
No. 30 " Urinary Diseases
No. 77 " Colds and Grip.
Sold by Druggists, or sent prepaid on
receipt of price, 25c., or 5 for sl.
DR. HCMPHBETS' HOMEOPATHIC
OF DISEASES MAILED FREE.
Humphrey*' Med. Co.i 111 William Bt«H.
# CHEAP Jj
J YET GOOD ][
are tirMrtiiuartert (or every know .
w™ stimulant needed lor system struct' 1
iining cr for goo<l cheer. We quote th j |
vApple lull quid. i>o, d (I
£G/i.p*tnut Grove " Son*
J iiUs-.n - $1 00 ft-r qr 6 qt* *5 «»•
5-)r«rh..lt lOO " 6 S(H a
ttfuch - 100 6 " 5W v
Thornp'Oi 100 " *' 5 01-J
J '1 e £U«*rautee tbeS<* nl*kl< s
foe tue test ever offered at th»J
0 nrice* quoted. Don't lorget J
J OLD EXPORT WHISKEY, 1
J warranted 9 ye.irs old, $1 ou full#
2 quart, $lO 00 full case 12 quarts.^
Charges prepa'l ou all SIO.(X)X
v orders or over. J
JJOS. FLEMING & SON,J
€ Wholesale and £
Retail Druggists. J
#412 Market Street, Pittsburg, Ta.#
HOW It. CURE" YOURSELF WHILE
Tlie tobacco habit trows on a man untl his
nerv us system 'S serious y afTec ed, Impairing
ue;ilth, comfort aud happiness. To quit sud
denly is too severe a shock to the sys'em. as
tobacco to an Inveter te user becomes a stlmu
laut that, his system continually craves "Ilaco
■ 'tiro" is •» scientific cure for the tobacco habit,
in all it* lorms carefully compounded after the
formula ol au eminent Berlin physician who
has used it In his ptlvate practice since 1872.
without a failure. It is purely vegetable and
guaranteed perfectly harmless. You can use
all the tobacf" you want while taking "Baco-
Curo." It will notify you when to stop. We
zive a written guarantee to cure permanently
any case w Ith three boxes, or refund the money
wiih 10 per cent Interest. "Baeo-Curo" is not a
substitute, but a eclenliflc cure, that cres
without the aid of will power and with no In
convienoe. It leaves the system as pure and
fre* from nicotine as the uay you took your first
■•hew or smoke.
Curedgßy BACO-CURO And Gained Thirty
From hundreds ol testimonials, the originals
of which are on tile und open to Inspection, the
following is presented:
Clayton. Nevada County Arkansas Jan. 1»!5
Kureka chemical & Mtg. Co.. I,a Crosse, Wis.
—Gentlemen: Kor forty years I used tobacco
In all Its forms. Kor twenly-flve years of that
time 1 was a u'reat suHerer from general debili
ty and l.eart disease. Kor tlfteen years I tried
to oult. but couldn't, 1 took various remedies,
anion# others »o*To-Bac." "The Indian To
bacco Antidote " " ouble Chloride of Gold."
etc.. etc.. but none of lliem did me the lea«t bit
of eood. Finally, however. I purchased a box
of your ••Baco-Curo" and It has entirely cured
me of the habit in all lis lorms. and I have in
crea-ed thirty pounds In weight and am reliev
ed Ironi all the numerous aclns and pains of
body and mind. I could write a quite of paper
upon :ny changed feelings and condition.
Yours respectfully, P. 11. Mahhuky ,
c. v. /'kurcli <'laytoii Ark
Sold by all druggists at SI.OO per box: three
boxes, (thirty da\s' trealmei.t), SO with lr< n
clad, written guarantee, oi sent direct upon
receipt of price Write for booklet and proofs.
F'ireka Cheiulcala Si Mfg.C., Ui Crosse. Wis..
And Boston. Has*,
2 16 TO 1. I
J BII.VKH OOLt> J
4ln lhe money question means tnat In#
Jwelghl it would take 16 Cold dollars toj
riniiki! In weight one silver dollar. We guar
£ iniee for either one Silver or a Gold
Jto give you the purest and most ug«d ifoodsv
#>old. Take a moment's time and look
Pi Year Old Somerset per gnl#
to 4 VrOld Pure Itye.. $•-' 25 to 2.50 " S
'.r to m .3.5ut04.r>0 " >
<'|BB* Hand made Sour Mash 5.50 '
s. Dougherty PU'-e Itye 5.50 m
' I \udilessen Best Pure Rye ft.oo J
i Mpc lal price list on Wines, etc., on »p-i
'kOln:a!lon. No extra charge lor Jugs
Piiacklng. tilye us a trial Order.
f 1 "CT K A. ANDRIESSKN, t
V iSH I ; e<k-ral St.,JAllegbeny, Pa.' f
.rjcaOk TA FT"S PHML^DELPH^nK
--DENTAL ROOMS.-- V
t' 39 - sth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. [j
S|M| We're PR ACTIC A' '_Y«l«HigUie I
MP JB CROWN :>"d BF.ir.jlC ""rk [j
»m M"f l'ltt.lnirg—WHY .SOT DO 1,1
LImII,II|YOURS? CROWNS ,1
yII YJ ml-'"" 1 BRIDGE w " r k red need to L'
AM If tits PER TOOTH A 11... the It
•J O N L g
/«&. "Sf REVIVO
REI ' ORES vitality
TilK GlthAT :iOth Day.
piodi.ces the above results In :iu days. It acts
powerfully »nd quickly, cures when all others
fall. Young men will regain their lost man
hood. and old men will recover their youthlu!
vigor by using ItKVIVO. It qu'ekly and surely
restores Nervousness. l/>st vitality, Ixmt Power,
KalllDg Memory. Wasting Diseases, nnd til
effects of exetss and lndlKtreilon, which un
fits one for study, business or marriage. It not
only outer. starting at toe seat of disease,
l.'it Is a great, nerve tonic and blood builder,
bringing back the pink plow to pale cheeks
«ud restoring the tire of youth, it wards off
Insanity and Consumption. Insist on having
ItKVIVO, no other. It can be carried In vest
pocket. Ily mall. ll.'*) per package, or six for
15.«>. with a positive written guarantee to cure
or refund the money. Circular free. Address
KOYAI. M I DH INK <>. < 11ICAUO. I 1.1,
For Sr.lc by RKDDICK & GROMANN,
Seanor & Nace's
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Rear of Wick House, buller, Pa
The be it of horHeH and drat clasß
rign ulwhv'h on haiid and far bire.
Bent accommodationH in town for
per rutin eat boarding arid transient
trade. Spfi ial care i/auraiteod.
Stable room f or sixty-five horseh.
A good CIBSB of horneß, both driv
ers and draft horsen alwayn ou band
and for eaie under a full guarantee;
and hor«cH botght upon proper noti
fication h.v st; A NOR & N ACE.
All kindn ot live Btot-k bought and
Tolepboue »t Wick IfouHe
fcr T5R fiLLOTOSFjUL
* Consult the O'- -ell«Wo "
N lIKTKKKTII HT., rilll.A.,
I is! fty yritm illnuMti practice In th** run* of aii
J *> .4n« iiJ *u« n t.u*\ worn* 11 >'•> matU-r fr«»rn what
i nuae or Lo»v lon« ■(iindlng. I will yuiiwutet •curt
UoaA(l Look Hull*# ,
THE PRICE OF GOLD
Three Pertinent Questions Vary Clearly
The subjoined questions have been
asked of us by a correspondent:
"1. Does the price of gold fluctuate in a
commercial sense the same as silver*
■■■>. When the jeweller buys gold bul
lion at prices quoted in the market re
port. is that an indication that the price
of gold fluctuates commercially the same
as the price of silver?
'•3. Is frold amenable to the law of
supply and demand as a product, or only
The asking of these questions shows of
Itself thf- confusion that prevails in many
min is on the subject to which they relate
The price of gold in any country in which
gold bullion is coined without charge, or
at a trilling charge. to the owner differs
from the quantity of coin which it will
produce only by the difference whicn the
owner is willing to pay to save himself the
loss or inconvenience of waiting for the
actual coinage to take place. In this
country every depositor of gold bullion at
the mint gets, as soon as the bullion can
be weighed and assayed, an order on the
treasury for 120.67 for every ounce, less the
cost of melting and alloying, which U next
in Great Britain the Bank of England
is required by its charter to pay for
ounce of standard gold offered to It 77
shillings and 9 pence, in Its own notes,
and these notes it muet redeem in gold
coin on demand. It can then either have
the gold coined into sovereigns at 77 »hiU
in;rs and 10' i pence per ounce, or It can
keep it uncoined. When the bank buys
gold on its own account, as, for instanoe,
when it buys American gold coin, It pays
a trifle less than the regulation price; and
when it sells, either our coin or gold bars,
it gets as much more as purchasers are
willing to pay. Nevertheless, the coining
value of the gold flies, very nearly, the
market price, and the deviations are
When it comes to the value of gold
measured by commodities, a different rule
prevails. The price of gold does not vary,
but the quantity of it required to procure
In exchange any article that is bought
and sold, varies according to the market.
An ounce of coined gold will buy, some
times 30 ounces of silver, sometimes 31,
and sometimes 32. It will buy, some
times 20 bushels of wheat, sometimes 30,
and, at present, here In New York, about
25. When a jeweler needs gold he can
either melt up gold coin or buy uncoined
bars, as he pleases; but, either way, he
pays very nearly the same value for it.
Our answers to the questions put to us
are, therefore: 1. The price of gold does
not vary in a commercial sense the same
as silver. 2. The price paid for gold bars
does not indicate that gold fluctuates
commercially. 3. Gold Is amenable to
the law of supply and demand, but the
variations in its value are indicated by
the prices of other commodities, of which
prices gold coin, or its equivalent, la the
measure.—N. Y. Sun.
"There cau hardly be » better rule
in any country for the legal than the
market proportion. The presumption
in ntich raite In that each metal find*
it* true level according to its intrinsic
utility fn the general system of money
"AM long as gold, either from Its
intriiiMic superiority as a metal, from
It* rarity, or from the prejudices of j
mankind, retains so considerable a
pre-eminence in value over sliver as
It lia» hitherto had, a natural conse
quence of thlM fteems to be that Its
condition will l>e more stationary.
The revolutions, therefore, which may
take place in the comparative value
of go I d and Mllver will be changes in
the Mtute of the latter rather than In
that of the former." Alexander
A I'ointer from Jefferson..
"The roal credit of the United States
depends on the ability and the immuta
bility of their will to pay their debts."—
Thomas Jefferson, 1792, Letter on Panic.
Tom Watson's throat Is getting into
in • i>/l 11 it in nnHoi* tht* cara of his
physician, but it is the glory of Bryan s
throat that it is yet to miss a schedule.
• t>OIVS Pll-liS cure Idver Ills,
''liousness, Indignation, Headache.
A pleasant laxative. All Drafflsta.
The principal part of a Kaffir's lelig
ion consists in singing and dancing.
Don't trifle away time when yon have
cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Figbt them
luthe beginning with DeWitt's colic and
c olera cure. You don't have to wut or
results, they are instantaneous, and it
fe ivts the bowels in healthy condition..
Hkuick <fc Groiimami
To salute with the left hand is a deadj
ly insult to Mohammedans in the East.
Ilheumatiam Cured in a Van.
"Mjsttc 'Jure" for Rheumatism |and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
It* act inn upon the system in remarkable
and mysterious. It removes at once the
cause and the disease immediately disap
pears. The first dose greatly benefits; 75
cents Sold by J. 0 Kedio, arid J. F.
Balph Druggists, Butler Apr %
A walk in the rain with the face exp<B
e(l to the wet is very beneficial to the
—fJr.glisii Spavin Liniment removes all
i.ard, soft or calloused lumps and Idem
ahes from horses, blood spavins, cubs
plini*, • weeney, Tiugbone, stifles, sprain"
II swollen throats, coughs, etc. " Save
50 by use of one bottle. Warranted tho
nost wonderful Blemish Cure ever known.
Sold bv J. C. Kedick.s
For headache, bathing behind the ears
with hot water often proves of immense
l>r. Deletion'* Sarmparilla Pillx"
Con tail) all ttie virtues of the liquid Sar
saparillas in a concentrated form and t;e
itig candy caated are delightful to take.
Combined wtih the are other
extrtmely valuable blood and nerve reine
dies, which render them at once the great
est blood purifiers and blood makers as
well as tho most powerful nerve builder
known. Their magical powers to cure all
Nervous Diseases, Nervous Weakness
Nervous Headache llysteiia, l.v/ss of Vitai
I'owurs, Failing Health, etc , are pleasing
and wonderful Price 00 cents and SI.OO
Sold by Kedtck <fc Grohmann and J, F.
B&Iph Druggists Butler.
The vote of the Populist party in New
York State at last year's election was
The whole system is drained and uutbr
mined l>y indolent ulcers and ojien sores.
DeWitt's '-V'itch Hazel Salve speedily
heals them It is the tiest pile cure known.
Ukdiok & Grohmann.
The length of the Box Tunnel on the
Great Western Railway of England is
T F. Anthony, Ex-Postmaster of Fro
niise City, lowa, says: "I bought one
bottle 01 "Mystic Cere' for Rheumatism,
and two doses of it did me more good than
any medicine I ever took. Sold by J. C.
Itedick, and J. F. Italph druggists, Butler
The management of the Austrian fe
male prison is in the hands of female re
Belief tn Six it nuts
—Distressing Kidney and Illadder dis
eases relieved in six h>«urs by the "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
This new remedy is a great surprise on ac
count of it e exceeding promptness in re
lioving pain in the bladder, kidney, back
ind every part of the urinary passages in
male or loinale. It relieves retention ol
water and pain in passing it almost im
mediatly, Ifyou want quick relief and
C ir<i tun is jour remedj . Sold by J. V.
lic.iiok druggist Duller f'u.
The brain of an idiot contains much
less phosphorus than that of a person of
average mental powers.
Mignonette and yellow pink or white
tulips combine beautifully for an oval in
the center of a dinner table.
' l!c_)- will bo boys." but j oti can't af
l<>ril to lohi- any of tin m. lie tei.dy for tho
green apple season by having DeWitt's
eollo ami cholera ciro iu the house.
Rkdiok <V Groiimann.
The Vermont State prison is a self sus
Ir the mints of this country were to coin
all the silver in the world into dollar, to
morrow not a single wheel in a single mill
In the United States would begin to turn
again, not a single unemployed operative
Would find a day's work, not a single farm
er would find a new customer in the home
market for his product. But if it were
known that American goods would not be
driven out of the American market by com
petitive products made abroad by cheap
labor; if it were known that the product
of American mills and factories could bo
disposed of in 1897 as it was disposed of in
1891 and 1893, then, within the time that it
would take the holders of idle American
capital to put that capital into active op
eration again, one million American wage
earners would resume work and the wage
payments of this country would be in
creased to their old figures or to still
higher figures. Dollars do not make busi
ness and work. Business and work make
"There can hardly be a better
In any country for the legal than the ;
market proportion. The prrauuiptlon j
in such «:a*e i» that each metal linils
It* true level according to It* iutrindc
utility in the general lyitelo of money
•'A* long a» gold, either froiu It*
intrinsic *nperiorlfy a* a metal, from
it* rarity, or from the pr«Judloet of
mankind, retain* *o considerable a
pre-eminence in value over silver as
It ha* hitherto had, a natural conse
quence of this seems to be that it*
condition will be mere stationary.
The revolutloas, therefore, which may
take plaee in the comparative value
of gold and silver will be change* la
the tttate of the latter rather than la
i that of the fermer." Alexaader
•*. ■ ■ 1
Borax added in the(proportions of halt
a teaspoonful to each quart of milk will
keep it sweet for. several days,
William C. Ussery, M. D. of St. Louis,
says that the best food for those suffering
from typhoid fever is the banana.
On many foreign railway lines smok
ing is so general that carriages are set
apart for non-smokers and so labeled.
When the face is overheated or smarts,
burns, irritates etc., bathing with milk
will he found very soothing and nice.
Cuba has a coast line of 2,200 miles
aud 200 ports.
Poison Ivy, insect bites, bruises, scalds,
burns, are quickly cured by DeWite s
Witch Ha/el Salve, the great pile cure.
RKDICK & G BOH MANN.
In Mexico the native whiskey is worth
sl7 per barrel of 48 gallons.
South Dakota has produced $50,923,-
627 of gold and 4 $ 1,051,824 of silver.
Theories of cure may be discussed at
>ength by physicians, but the sufferers
■vant quick relief; and One Minute Cough
:uro will give it to them. A sale cure b>r
children. It is ''the only harmless remedy
that produces immediate results."
Rkwok <FE Grohmann.
A Workington England, man has been
celebrating the "jubilee" of his wooden
At the cat's home in London cats ore
boarded at is sd or 2S, according to <ne
means of the owner.
Bacon's greatest work took 59 ears to
mature and Grote's "History of Greece"
some few years longer.
Dizziness and sick headache are! cured
ly the invigorating power* of Hood's
In Mexico the iTiescal plant attains
such an enormous size that one of them
has sufficed for the making of it barrel of
The Parisians eat three meals a day,
the Londoners four.
It does'nt ir.atti r much whether sick
headache, biliousness, indigestion and con
-llpation are caused In' neglect or by un
ivoidahle circumstances; DeWitt's Little
Early Risers will speedily cure them all.
TlKllluK. (t OnmiMflitM,
In Paris ]>eople rise early in the morn
ing, in London late.
In Paris the bed stands longside the
wall; in London in the midst of the floor.
The Climax Brandy of 1876 Vintage
Has proven to be a superior distillation
and with years of ripening is now put on
the market by the Speer N. J. Wine Co.
It is a superior mellow brandy posessing
all the medicinal properties for which
brandies from grape are so eminently
useful. Sold by druggists.
A horse can live 25 days without solid
food, merely drinking water.
, A Speer's Unfermented Grape Juice in
Has a wide reputation from its effi
cacy in the sick room. The juice is
rich, tastes like eating the ripe grape
fresh from the vine: used by churches.
Many diamond diggers of Hrazil con
-1 end that the industry is still in its in
fancy in that country,
The coffee plantations of Guadeloupe
occupy the mountain ranges, and ure
from 600 to 1,800 feet in altitude.
If you have ever seen a little child iu the
agony of summer complaint, yon cau real
ize tho danger of '.ho trouble and appreci
ate the value ot instantaneous leliet al
ways afforded by DeWitt's colic and chol
era cute For dysentery and diarrhoea it
is a reliable remedy. Wo could not af
ford to recommend this us a cure unlet s it
were a cure.
Rkdii.k it Grohmann.
An example of Tctntninck's pangolin
has lately been added to the collection of
the Zoological Society, I^ondon.
A homing pigeon is credited with hav
ing flown, a short tunc ago, 500 miles in
one day, flying at. the rate of 50 miles an
Windsor Castle stands in the Civil Ser
vice estimates for an average of $30,000
for yearly repairs.
The last London home of Sydney
Smith is about to be aliolishcd.
187(1 CUiniu llrandy
From grape wine, has, by its extreme
age and constant caie while 111 uniform
temperature and pure, Hiveet atiaoupb'jre
of houses for fourteen yoarr, be
oomo ar ! val of the llennenHey anil other
brands el Cognac Ifran<'.y. »nd muci lower
in price, and preferred by the pby»ician«
or Philadelphia, Now York and other cit:en
Ituy it ol druggist*.
I>r. Ague#'# Cure lor tbt< Hearigi/'tt
Effect relief in all oaseH of Organic o<
sympathetic Hoat DiitoMo in 30 miuutej
and Hpoedily effects a cure. It in a peer
'ess remedy l'.»r Palpitation, Shortness o
.'real li, Sinotherfag Spells, Pein in Lei
•-ide and all symptoms ofa Discard Heart
no dose convinces. Hold by City Phar
The number of inhabited houses in
Loudon is estimated at al>out 548,300.
The railway Op Snowdon the highest
mountain in Wales is now completed.
The brogue in lJelfast is but a weak
indication of what Dublin can produce.
Florida will be in the orange market
again this fall with 100,'>00 boxes.
The Yellowstone geyyers arc reported
to be gradually lessening in activity.
The lobster factories along the Maine
coast have closed alter an unsuccessful
Delm ir, M. d. had a mad dog scare last
week and 38 dogs were killed by the
Shaketpcar make than 300 ref
erences to th _• liible.
Ff blrliratrrN FnfflUli IMinmrf Brtil.
Original aa<l Oaljr Urn alar. _ ▲
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. \ IT AS Mil. lO.ftOO T'• 'timonuu Afan« fhfir.
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PLUC W i|
S " Battle Ax" is popular with all M
|| parties because of its remarkably ||
H fine flavor, its high quality and the jjS
W low price at which it is sold* s r
H The people of the United States 3
S know a good thing when they see I •
U it, and they won f t pay 10 cents for M
gj other high grade tobaccos while they |
|j can get "Battle Ax" for 5 cents* |
DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES/
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
ros'ir* EXTRACT- he liih y iei 'n SeceasUy.
BICYCLE. __ I
; A REPAIR KIT. M
POND'S EXTRACT is IIP
for quickly healing all kinds*if ®ND ®i
avoid BUBBTITU fES-Woak, Watery, Worthless.
POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 Fifth Ave., New York.
km m I*l*l // TK DISPKNSAKT.
v JB Cca» Peni. Ave. ANL> Fourth Bt..
iMBKUk PITTBBUROK. PA.
• JaJilLvA AtHorniaof Delicate ana Lom
p\iciit4*<i requii InnCoN
'flV riDKNTIAL aii«lS< IKNTIFM' >1f«l
--icatioo aro treated at thin !>»
,rn-;ir> with a uceest /"rely attained. JDj . S
/v Lake '+ "■ member of tin' Itovjl C oih e 'Of I hy
nciaPK <1 n<lßurgtx».ir, and Is the o' lest anil most
?\im ric I. cl Si'KClALlft. iii ih<M-ity S|mm--»nl at
mutton ; r ivrii toNitvoub rv*hiUt> from ttrwviv
lie- • al oxertion.i idwretion of youth, ctr., ran
• ni, jilivdeal ami jurntul »! • ay»la«*k of
|« -!.<»»,'.'iicv. etc.; a..ioCr h #/Ut So»-« -, r tif*.
I'iU* . • lifuiDiitiwm. ami all u- "Cio! trie Skin
iii.i iui ! 'ilimfl'i»tic. Ccu
j. • •• 1 bitlrtly coiin'h ntiat *» 'i< v-huui' 1M«
7 to S p.M.i bnn«iaym 2 to ■* » »>,
\ ai- ofh-e or u«Mich- I T* . 1 ' !
. X A* » VNH ♦ » - »'• 1 • •
until IS THE TIME TO HAVE
nun Your ClotH
CLEANED or DYED
If you want good and reliable
cleaning or dyeing done, there is
just one place in town where you
can get it, and that is at
THf BUTLFR DTI WORKS
'2lO Center avenue.
do fine work in out
door Photographs. This is the
time of year to have a picture of
your house. Give us a trial.
R. FISHER & SON.
Agent for the Jamestown Sliding
Blind Co. —New York.
The Place to Buy
ING AND 11 EATINGSTOVICS,
gas burners and fix
tures, HOSE, BATH TUBS,
IMPROVED WELSHBACH GAS
H. O'BRIEN I ON
107 East Jefferson St.
Mutual Fira Insurance Company,
Office Cor.Main & Cunningham
A |.K. WH'K. I'rra.
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|„ K MrJIt.MCIN. S'<-| ami Trra.,
Alrn-I Wick. illciidi raoii OMvfr,
Ir. W.lrvlii. iKjiit-H .nh.i,bwi- ,
>v. W. Illttckinore.
K. Bowman. , 11. J. Kllnplt-r
e»> K«tt'-rcr, •' li»*. Kfimnn,
Lec. Keotio, I Kwhluh,
LOYAL MciUNIKN Agent.
IS NATURE'S OWN TOVIC
Ntimi'.latos the nppsti.e and pro
aueoa rofrcihinK aleop.
GIVES VITAL STRENGTH TO NURSINt
Chrcki want'n* diaeaaea, atop*
night awouta, curat incipiou'
Jncreaae? atrorj..h and flash.
MAKES RED, RICH BLOOD,
m * Fromotos healthy lun* tiasuo.
Will Rive the pale and puny tkfl
-jjrav wy- roay cheek a of youtn.
(«\¥ CURES ATX PKMALE COMPLAINTS.
Ai"nken atronit ra»u <md wuiiiea »t
SiLMGRE'S IRON TOKIC PILLS
Care all wasting Disease* mo
They u re neither styptlo not •mustln. »nd
ha. (! no roimulatlntc ffr<»et ou (hecoo'.enta
of tho stoinnoh or its lining, eenaequontly
do not hurt tho teeth orcnuie conauputlon
or diarrhoea, aa do tho usual fonn» of Iron.
'(> miyH treatment f)Oc, pauipt)l«t tree. II
not kept by your drugfUt, addr«u
GILxVIORE & CO.,
tWh&t Nerve BerriM
have done foreth«r»
A positive cure tor all Weaknesses,
Nervousness, Debility, and all their
tr ti.iof evils resulting from early errors
an J later excesses; the result of over
work. sickness, worry, etc.
or excessive tobacco,opium
and liquor, which lead to consumption
anti insanity. Their use shows immedi
ate improvement. Insist 'ipon having
llu mine NERVF BERRIES, no other.
Convenient to carry in vest pocket.
Price, Sf .00 per box, six '-/oxes, one full
treatment, 55.00. 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 fice. Address mail ordcrsto
AMERICAN MEDICAL 00 . CINCINNATI. 0.
ViTALIS 10tb ° e, i
THE OP.EAT soth
FRENCH REMEDY sou.Dar
pHOl'i er.s THF! ABOVK REHOI.TH It <|tuck-
Ir i'i <1 H'tr'-ry rpmoTf« NrrT'iiimirwi.
Ui. M r IH.. ..<>« I.at Vitality,Powar
nr,.t ! ill'ii/ Memory Wnril. nff In.unity and
i .i - mi 1n.1.l <in hi\liw VITALIH, iki
,ii Cm, . irru-1 In *c-t |ii» kft. Ity nail
<| i i .. «"■ '!« t.VU<» with a ((iiur
am. i ri r nit n»:ri M> HIS VONI'T
( , .nrf r—• \.l,|r.-.»
CAM" 1 i MI.t>ICINE OOChicago, 111.
For »<ilu iu
s.W'L D. T. PAPE
The Leading Millinery House of Butler Co.
&& Autumn and Winter Millinery.
All the latest and most stylish Bonnets, Toques, Knglish
Walking hats. Golfing bats. Sailor hats, Children's hats.
Baby hoods, l eathers, Klowers, Wings, Ribbon, etc., to be
found iti the Ka<tem Market?. can he s-en now at our
store Never »< suck a complete line of handsome and
st\ i-h millinery brought to Butler Co, and at prices in
tlir i _ch ot all.
MOURNING GOODS ALWAYS A SPECIALTY.
All are invited | |3 T Fancy gtods for
to in*j>ect our • I • JL 1 « lll «" Holidays ar
>tock ' riving daily.
WHY Stffi PEUFLE ARB
DOWN ON WHISKEY
Tliei ait- a great number of people who will
tell y< that whiskey is not good—That they
tried it, and it proved of little or no benefit
to 11, jiu, and that they didn't know what the
doctors were about when they prescribed
vvhiskcy for indigestion, consumption and
many kindred complaints. The reason for
all this is easily found—These people have
simply because they never kju.w where to
buy them. What an amount of suffering
cou'.d be saved, had these people sent their
ortieis to AX KLEIN, Allegheny, Pa.
Over a quarter of a century have wise ones
sent him their orders —They know that his
name is a guarantee of purity on every bot
tle leaving his establishment, and that the
liquors shipped by him ate the very best.
Have you ever tried Silver Age Rye? If
not send $1.50 with your order to him and "
you will receive a quart of the finest and old
est whisky in the world. His stcok is com
plete, and a glance through bis catalogue
(mailed free upon application) will prove his
prices to be the lowest in the state. When
in need of liquors send your oreer to
82 Federal St. Allegheny Pa.
EXPRESS CHARGES PAID on all orders
of $5 00 and over—Get your friends to club
"Oh, I Guess That'll Have To Do."
Customers never say that in our shop. We don't keep the
"have-to-do" kind of stock. You can get exactly what you want
here. The only trouble you can possibly experience is to know just
what to choose, from so much that is Stylish, Llegant and Suit able.
Our tables are piled high with the choicest weaves from the best
looms of America, England and the Continent. If we are not already
making your clothes, come in, and experince the real luxury of buy
ing from a stock complete, varied and beautiful. If you come once
you'll come again.
*J. S. YOUNG,
Tailor, Hatter and Men's Furnisher, op
RALLY ROUND THE FLAG,
! * \ NATIONAL HONOR, HOME PROSPERITY.
1 THE LEADING NATIONAL REPUBLIC!!
Will make a vigorous and relentless fight through
I the Presidential campaign, for principles which
! will bring prosperity to the entire country.^
1 Its campaign news and discufcsions will inter
| est and should bo read by every Aniericnn citizen.
We furnish "The Citizen"*
! "N. Y. Weekly Tribune"
4 Months, I 7 Weeks for 50 cents.
CASH IN ADNANCE.
Address all orders to Til CITHER.
W rite your name and address on a postal card, scud it <o [Ceo.
Building, New York City, and a sample copy, of lUK Ni-.w iork
Tribunk w»" mailed to yoi» _
Prescriptions and Family Recipes
arc .natters of '.mportance and sliould
be filled carefully and with pure drugs only, w. 1 give tliem our special
The Raby + *
requires a little Sjtecial care during the warm weather, espec
ially if fed from a bottle, we have a supply of frcst infant food, at all
times, also liottles, nipples, tul>es, liottle and tube cleaners etc. It you
desire a sterilizer we can supply you with one, or will lie pleased to
furnish any desired information concerning them,
Disinfectants should be used extensively at this season of the year,
the best being copperas, chloride-lime, and crude carbolic acid, the
latter being Utter than the pure, as in purifying an imj>ortant disin
fecting agent is removed, we have a large supply of these at all times.
We also carry a full ine of toilet articles and sick-room requisites.
REDICK& G ROHM ANN
PEOPLES PI ION K. i 14 ULTLLK PA.
) 111 LI C M It is poor economy to take your watch aoywbereS
} for repairs except to a reliable watchnißker. X
?OUT OF Every class of repairing that is brought into onr I
/fID nC D Htore done 8killc(1 workmen, experts in tbeir \
S 1 various lines, and we endeavor to hare everything S
J correct before it leaves our banJs. X
? GRICyB, JEWEim |
\ ESTABLISHED 1850. 13l» N Main St.. BUTLER^PA^/