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Has stood the tests for many years
Thousands of People of Butler County
Have used our goods and are satisfied "they like our metho's of doing busineas."
That is one straight price to all and that price "the lowest." They have confi
dence in what wf say to them. "THEY KNOW OCR STYLES" can be depended
upon as being the late it, the cream of the market. They know that our stock li
about twice as large to select from as any other shoe house in Butler.
We Want You to Know
That all summer shoes and low cuts are being sold at about half price to clean up
all summer stock.
WE WANT YOT'TO KNOW our Fall Stvles are now coming iu and you can see
them in "Bo* Calf," "Crack-Proof Calf," "Tan Willow Calf," "French Enamel,"
"Dongola," "Oil Grain and Kangaroo Calf," on all the new lasts.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW that we sell Ladies Shoes Jfrom 75c up to $4.00.
That we sell Men's Shoes from 90c up to $5.00.
You Are All Coming to the Butler Fair.
And we want you to make this srore your head
quarters; you are all welcome. Drop in and see
our shoes and hear our methods of doing business
Hitler's Leading i> n IITTCCI TIW
Shoe House D» V.IIUJLLIUI" HotelLo*ry.
Fail and Winter Stock
Our large Fall and Winter stock has all arrived,
and open and ready for your inspection.
Owing to the Large
orders which we placed early with the manufacturers we are able to get lower
prices and a better assortment of boots and shoes than ever before, this means we
will sell you good reliable footwear away down.
In Men's Shoes
—we have fine Patent Leathers—fine Calf and Kangaroo shoes in light an'l medium
aoles we have Enamels, Calfskin and heavy Russia Calf shoes in leather or linen
lined see our warranted waterproof shoes —a heavy buckskin shoe, leather lined
extended heavy hand sewed sole.
Complete Stock of
handmade and eastern box toe boots and shoes in any thickness sole you may
want. Several different styles of oil grain and kip boots and shoes in men s, boy s
and youth's sizes.
In Ladies Shoes
wc have many new and pretty styles in hand-turned McKays and hand-weltfole
sewed shoes —fine dongola —box calfs—winter tans enamels and patent leatner
shoes—large assortment of Ladie's and Misses' every day shoes of all kinds.
Balance of our summer stock to be closed out regardless of cost as we need the
A large stock of slippers and oxford ties included in this great reduction sale.
Three Large Sample Counters
filled with interesting bargains. Sole leather cut to any amount you may wish to
128 S. MAIN St. BUTLER, PA.
Is only a few weeks distant, and of course everybody is
What About That Old Buggy and harness of yours, arc you
going in it or don't you want a new one and go in style?
How la The Time To Get Ready. We have a large stock and
prices are less than you can imagine.
Probably Your Buggy Needs a New Top, we have them, ot
maybe a new set of wheels, don't get your old ones re
paired, a new set wont cost you any more. They arc
Then You Enow Your Harness Are Old And Unsafe, bring
them in and have them overhauled or get a new set, we
have all kinds and makes, and repair all kinds, and make
all parts of harness and have them ready to sell, so you
need not wait —or probably your family is too large for a
buggy and some must stay at home
Then Get a Surry Or Spring Wagon and all go comfurtabl
together. We have all these things call and see them.
ji/uuf' S. B. Martincourt & Co
-128 East Jefferson street, Butler, Pa.
"THE COMMERCIAL," j:
|W. K. THORNBURG Prop'r., Evans City, |
< > This popular house has just been entirely remodeled 4 >
< \ and refurnished. Everything convenient, and guests 4
< will always receive close attention. < k
Located near Postoffice and P.& W. Depot. When
in Evans City t">p at the Commercial. Bell Tele- ,1
phone No. 16. |
SEANOR & NACES
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
REAR OF WICK HOUSE,
TLn bent of hor*PH t»nrt first class ri(rs 1
always on hand »ti.d for hire.
Best accom' d*ti»ns in luxn for ptrma
nent boanlinp and transient trade. Speci
Stable roiim lor »ixty five hoi see. .
A good claps of horsep, both drivers and
draft horses always on haDd and for sale
ander a foil gnarautec; and horses bought ,
*pon proper notification by
BEAXOK i NACE.
Telephone, No 219.
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yellow fever and
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Consumption approaches its victim step
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the appetite falls off, the liver is inactive,
the assimilation of the life-giving elements
of the food is imperfect, the blood get- im
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These conditions get worse and worse. The
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of the body. The organs that are inhnently
weakest break down first. Ordinarily the
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This, with the accompanying cough, com
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of consumption follows. Dr. Pierce's Gold
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tinued u-in? it until I had taken fifteen bottles
».,d now 1 do not look nor feel like the -ame man
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Fissures & Fistulas.
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Wounds & Bruises.
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Eczema & Eruptions.
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Corns & Bunions.
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when the Creator said to woman,
"In sorrow shalt thou bring forth
children," that a curse was pro
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her babe, proves the contrary.
Danger and suffering lurk in
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"Mother's Friend" is the greatest remedy ever
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highly."—W. H. KINO & Co., Whit*wright, Tex.
Of druggists at SI.OO, or sent by express on re
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The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
AND ALL KINDS OF
PAINS AND ACHES.
For nearly three-score years and ten
this famous old household friend has
been curing pains and aches, and has
i never disappointed the user. It is
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SKIN TROUBLES, ETC., ETC.
Price 25 Cents,
AT DEALERS AND DRUGGISTS,
Of sent in ouantity of 3 or more packages to aay
address ua receipt of money, by
j Winkelmann & Brown Drug Co.
BALTIMORE, MD. t U. S. A.
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FOtt tJAi-K BY W2ALERS "FN'Fmi.ry.
MAJOR LEVI G. Xt'CATTXKT.
A l*o|»ular Leader uml Veteran ol
Major Levi G. McCauley. of Ches
i ter, Chester county, was nominated today
! by the Republican state convention for
j auditor general of Pennsylvania.
! Major McCauley was born In Chester
, county Sept. 2, 1537, and was educated In
the public schools, and at Ablnston Cen
, tre and Wyoming seminary. He was a
practical mechanical engineer prior to
thn loss of his right arm in the late civil
When th» war out broke he was the
eldest of fojr brothers who. led by their
father, Joired a battalion of 200 men,
XAJ< >R LBVI O. ire HVIXT.
raised by the senior McCauley In Sus
quehanna county in the latter part of
April, 1861. On account of his age Gov
ernor Curtin refused to commission the
elder McCauley. upon which his son Levi
left that battalion and joined a com
pany of men at Wilkesbarre. which had
been recruited by Colonel E. B. Harvey.
This company afterwards became Com
pany F. of the Seventh Regiment Re
serve Volunteer corps.
Voung McCauley went Into camp with
this company Camp Wayne, Chester
county, as a private soldier.
RIGHT ARM SHATTERED.
It was at the battle of Charles City
cross ro .Is that IKCauley lost his
right arm. t'ie elb'i v having been shat
tered by a rifV ball.
One of tii» highest tributes ever paid
to Major Mc-C::uiey was shortly after the
close of the w r. Colonel IZ. B. Ilarvey,
under whom M.ijor McCauley had served,
in a letter to The American Republican,
•'L»vi McCaulej was one of the best
and most trustworthy and reliable men
In my regiment. His devotion and fidelity
to the cause and to duty secured him
early promotion from a private to a cap
taincy. At Hrainville he was specially
noted for hir firmness and d i rminatlon
and success as a commanding officer, per
forming duties many others shrank from
At Mechanlcsville battle of the seven
days lighting around Richmond Captain
McCauley and Captain King were speci
ally directed to guard a fordway across
Chickahominy. and at the extreme left
of the battle lino. Twice they repelled a
rebel effort to • ross the stream. So suc
cessfully and well done were the acts that
General M C.ill per.-oni«l!y desired to
thank McCauley and King for saving the
battle that dav to our forces at that
HIS BATTLE RECORD.
-At Gaines 111!! buttle on the next day,
while Captair, Mcv'auley's company was
decimated, he kept his men in order and
steadily at work.
"At I'harles City cross ronds. after the
conflict became confused, nnd disorder
and disorganizetion s-vmed to prevail. I
ordered Captain McCauley to support a
battery, while other companies gave at
tention to a flanking party. The rebels
charged on the battery. McCauley re
pilled them. The attack was renewed,
and the guns taken. McCauley rallied his
men. and with others ordered to his aid
he retook the guns after a hand to hand
fight over them, and slaughtered the foe.
McCauley was shot in the arm.
"The victory was his. The guns and
ammunition were removed from the field.
McCauley had his right arm amputated,
and was taken prisoner that night by the
After his capture by the rebels Mc-
Cauley was taken to L.ibby prison, whera
he was compelled to sit around on tho
edge of a cot and wait until another
Union prisoner died to make room for
him. He was subsequently paroled and
sent to David's Island hospital, in New
York harbor, where he remained until
November, and was then ordered to re
port for duty at Harrisourg on recruit
ing service. He rejoined his regiment,
notwithstanding his maimed condition,
in January. 1863. He was promoted to a
captain of his company in the February
following, and old duty with his regiment
and company until December, 1863. when
he was transferred to the Veteran Re
serve corps, being finally discharged Jan.
30, 1866, the reason—services no longer re
A REPUBLICAN WORKER.
Ever since the close of the war Major
McCauley has been an active Republican
worker. He was elected register of wills
•»f Chester county in the fall of 1869; was
chairman of the Republican committee
of that county for four years, from ISSS
to 1890. tfe was a delegate to the last
three state conventions that nominated
the governor, and has frequently been a
delegate to other state conventions.
HON. JAMES S. BEA.COM.
Hketcli of tho Republican Candidate
For State Treasurer.
Hon. James S. Beacom, of Westmore
land county, who was nominated today
for state treasurer, was born Dec. 9, 1553,
in the county where he now resides. He
is the son of Rev. H. C. Beacom, D. D..
a prominent member of the Pittsburg
conference of the Methodist Episcopal
The subjectof our sketch was graduated
from Washington and Jetferson college
In the class of ISBO. After leaving col
lege he was principal of the BlairsvilU
HON. JAMES S. BEACOM.
academy for some time, and while there
was the editor and proprietor of the
Blairsvllle Enterprise, then the leading
Republican journal in the southern part
of Indiana county. He continued in his
position as editor of this paper until 18S4.
While acting as student and editor ha
pursued a course of study in law. and
was admitted to the bar of Westmore
land county in January. 1884. Since hi*
admission to the bar he has given his
whole time and attention to his profes
sion, and is now one of the leading and
most active members of a bar which
ranks among the very best in our state.
He, was elected as a member of the
house of representatives In November,
ISS6. and served with ability during the
session of INXT. lie. v.: s the only Repub
lican elected In Wi rtmoreland county In
18SS. For 80 years the Democracy had held
the county In its grasp, but when the ac
tive young Republicans, under the leader
ship of Beacom. Bobbins. Brown. Peoples
and many other;', took hold of the man
agement of th.- Republican party the
Democratic majorities rapidly disappear-1
ed. until now it is or e of the safest Re
publican counties west of the Allegheny
mountains. No one in the county has
worked harder ..nil nv>re disinterestedly
for the success of the Republican party
than Mr. Beaeom. He was chairman of
the Republican county committee in ISB7,
1888 and 1&92. and in each year the entire
Republican ticket was elected.
He was a candidate for congressman
at-large at the state convention of 1596,
but in the Interest of party harmony he
retired and allowed the nomination of
Hon. Samuel A. Davenport to be made
unanimous. He was delegate-at-large to
the national Republican convention which
met in St. I.ouis in June. 1896. He is ag
gressive In his management of political
affairs, and universally respected for the
manly way in which he conducts his po
litical campaigns. He is a good lawyer,
and has a large and lucrative practice.
Westmoreland is one of the wealthiest
counties In western Pennsylvania. Mr.
Beaeom has the confidence and esteem
of Ills neighbors in a marked degree. He
has always been considered the friend of
laboring men, nnd in his political aspira
tions has always received their loyal
THE remedies put up by the I Cure U
Co., L't'd., No., 106 Centre Ave., are
first class, and give excellent satisfaction.
Sold by every Druggist in Bnt!er Coun
-Thirty-eight years af?o today petro
lenm was discovered near Titusville.
savs Saturday's Derrick, in the Fairmont
well drilled by Colonel Drake on the
Watson flats, along the border of Oil
Creek. That was the starting point of
the modern petroleum industry. It is
only a very short period of time, bnt
what wonders have marked every day
of it. Within that portion of the centu
ry, the great civil war was fought, and
it is doubtful if any similar length of
human experience ever witnessed a
more general and universal advance
ment in everything pertaining to
human comfort and convenience. The
single well on Oil Creek has been mul-
thousands, and the production
of oil increased from ten or fifteen bar
rels a day to one hundred and sixty
five thousand. A product that was
almost entirely unknown and for which
there was so small a demand that the .
Drake well at one time threatened to j
swamp the market, now finds a varied .
use. and penetrates to every nook and
corner of the civilized world. Hun- !
dreds are living to-day who remember
the excitement that the striking of the
initial well caused.
After a courtship extending over
a period of sixty years. Streck L.
Shallcross. aged years, and Mrs.
Eliza Robinson, aged 79 years, were
married at Middletown, Del.
—There is a town in Belgium in which
the wages to !>e paid resident artisans
and workmen is regulated by the mun
icipal authorities. The plan works well
with the Belgians.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is a peculiar med
icine—peculiar because it permanently
Atkinson officials think their railroad
will move at least 4,000,000 bushels of
grain out of Kansas and Texas before
HEADACHE Powders —If you use any
use a good one. Ask your Druggist for
Armstrong's (I Cure U) Headache Pow
T. V. Powderly, who was appointed
commissioner general of immigration
bnt not confirmed by the senate, was
sworn and will serve until the appoint
ment is acted on at the next session of
The Mount Lebanon Shakers have re
centlv perfected an ingenious cure for
dyspepsia. Their Digestive Cordial con
sists of a food already digested and a
digester of foods happily combined.
The importance of this invention will
be appreciated when we realize what a
proportion of the community are victims
of some form of stomach troubles.
Thousands of pale, thin people have
little inclination to eat, and what they
do eat canses them pain and distress.
This digestive Cordial of the Shakers
corrects any stomach derangement at
once. It makes thin people plump.
Every one will be greatly interested to
read the little book which has been plac
ed in the hands of druggists for free
What is Laxol? Nothing but Castor
Oil made palatable as honey. Children
The largest grain harvester in the
world is in use on Roberts Island in the
San Joaquin River, near Stockton, Cal.
The machine has a cutting line of 52
feet,and turns out three 60 pound sacks
of wheat every minute.
Sam Jones aays there will be no Dem
ocrats or Republicans in heaven; they
will be all Prohibitionists, and they
will have an enjoyable time in having
things their o A T n way.
If silver keeps on dropping in value it
will soon be free indeed.
KEEP I Cure Uin the home. It is an
nstant relief in case of sudden pain
liolera-Morbus, Croup, Sprains, Bruises,
ctoothache &c—Ask your Druggist.
A Chicagom is said to have seven wives
and he dosn't claim to be a Mormon
either—just a plain Chicago man.
And now they are making a fuss about
in the courts!
A Sheep farmer in Ohio has sold his
wool clip of 10,000 pounds this season
for #l,lOO more than the same amount
brought year ago. He is satisfied that
there is some thing in the prosperity
A President on Brandy for
The President of the Baltimore Medi
cal College, who has throughly tested
Speer's wines and brandy, says:
1 am prepared to bear testimony to
the value of Speer's Climax Brandy as
a pure and valuable article in all cases
of disease in which a reliable stimulant
is required. 1 regard it superior to
most French brandies. Harvey L.
BYRD. M. D.
President and Professor of Obstetrics
and Diseases of Women and Children,
Baltimore Medical College.
Some men take good care to fasten
their dogs at night but permit their boys
and girls to roam as they please.
There are a great many people who
need not sing : "Oh, for a thousand
tongues to tell." The one they have is
ARMSTRONG'S Little System Pills
are fine. A true Liver Pill.— 25c.
The Rome. Ga., Cotton Factory has
obtained a Government contract for 1,
300,000 yards of heavy duck for mail
sacks. The amount of the contract is
$250, 000. The mill has been forced to
purchase new machinery and employ a
large number of hands at good wages.
One half the men in the world want
their names in the paper —and the t
other half want theirs kept out. I
New Jersey Grape Juice Srnt to
Mr. Speer, of New Jersey, has a rep
utation extending over the world as
being a reliable producer of Oporto
Grape Juice and Port Wine. His
Oporto Juice and Port Wine are ordered
by families in Dresden, London and
Paris for their superior medicinal vir
tues. and blood making quality, owing
to the iron contained in the soil in
which the vines grow.
I'.CC , 6 cure Liver ::is, t»ii
iousrtcss, Indigestion, Headache.
Easy to take, easy to operatt. 25c.
There wi!! be a hot campaign in
Ohio this year. The Republicans are
quite confident and so are the Demo
crats. It will be a battle of the giants;
but the passage of the Dingley tariff bill
will greatly aid the Republicans.
The Pennsylvania State Sabbath
School Association will hold its annnal |
convention at Pottstown, commencing ,
on the 23rd inst., and continue to the 1
27th. inclusive. The meeting will be
held in the large pavilion at Ringing j
Rocks Park, near ■Pottstown.
RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY. |
'Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and i
Neuralgia radically cures in I to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is remarkable )
and mysterious. It removes at once the j
causes and the disease immediately dis- j
appears. The first dose greatly benefits; i
75 cents. Sold by J. C. Redic, ar.d J. F. 1
Balph Druggists Butler Apr 96
The new standard postal card will be ;
a trifle smaller than the one now in use, !
so that it can be inclosed in bnsiness
envelopes of ordinary size. One billion
eight hundred million of the postal ,
| cards will be printed.
• TT is a significant fact that re-
X sponsible dealers sell and re- j
sponsible painters use Pure White
Lead (see list ot genuine brands)
and Pure Linseed Oil. They
SSSjSuk know their business. Those who
don't know, try to sell and use
the 44 just-as-good mixtures," " so
called White Lead," Bcc., See-
T*W\T*r* By tiling National Co, s Pore l>** ! Ttntimf Coi
hKrr «"• *of desired *h ade it readu T obta nc ! Pamphl* ffi™*
\\ ~~~ " f valuable infor ma:, n and oar «i sh wm < *~xnpie* coir» tre« .
j«£|] also cards showing pictures o< tweWa houses of different t!c*.grn painted ia
v *noui styles or combinations ol shades forwarded upon application to tbow
n « yt jj intending to paint.
U)U> V*/ N ATIONAL LEAD & OIL CO. OF PENNSYLVANIA,
German Nat. liank Building, Pittsburgh, P».
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TC
IS THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANINGL
The Wise Grocer.
Will try to indue his customers to buy the very best gro
ceries in the market, because by so doing he makes a sale
that will give satisfaction, and it is the pleased and satis,
fied customer who builds up th" grocer's business. e
have some of the very best goods obtainable which we
sell as close as any house in the county. Leave us your
order and we guarantee satisfaction.
The Butler Produce Co..
C L MOORE, Prop'r
130 W. Jefferson St., Butler, Pa.
IF YOU GET IT AT THE BUTLER PRODUCE
TS FRESH. a
\ \ gigKx Lay Oat Money
'; be sure that you are getting the real ;
! | No. 2 Kuaj Buggy. value of the price you pay. !
Fredonia 1 Bugg j
,i 0 every penny they >
J1 Your dealer sells them. cost you. j \
\ THE FREDONIA MFG. GO., Younsßto\vn, Ohio. .
ind is the result of colds and c^crrCOl^
sudden climatic changes. IPI
For your Protect ion PWrtVEfc
we poeitively state that tlua K,
remedy does not contain HT V . jWjB
mercury or any other injur- EKM
Ely's Cream Oslm
ie acknowledged to be the most thorooeh cure for
Napal Catarrh, Co d in llcad and Hay Fever of all
remedies. It open* and cleanses the nasal pansapes,
allays pain ana inflammation, heels the sores, pro
tects the from colds, rentores the Fenws
of tapte and smell. Price -.at Drn'jcistsor by mail.
ELY BItOTHEKS, 60 arren street, Jsew York.
You never hear us complain of busi
ness being bad—we aim and succeed in
making it good, by fair and square treat
ment of all our customers.
m S¥?o FAIR DEALINGS
w Sr TO EVERY ONE
ylf we say to you our liquors are six
ears old, we won't ask you to take our
word for it—but put them to the test,
you and jour friends to be the judge.
Pure liquors are healthful.
Guaranteed pure 0 6 year old Whiskey either
Guckenheimer, Finch, Gibson,
Overboil, Large, Mt. Vernon,
fi per full quart or 6 quarts for #5,
Grandfather's Choice Whiskey, guar
anteed 3 years old, $2 per gallon.
On C. O. D. or mail orders of *lO or
over, we prepay all charges.
ROBERT LEWIN & CO,,
Importers and Wholesalers,
411 Wa'er St. Opposite B. & 0. Depot.
Telephone. 2179 Pittsburg, Pa.
K rfrrs" £ HTLAO h I A'Sj
.>— 7 -'jc-NTAL HOOWS-- [i
59 - 5.1 i Avo., Pittsburg, Fa
! «il vdolugth. ftjj
SB C.iOWf! EF.ifljL work
IJ i® JFIN OF i'lti-!.urf-WHY .lOT DC V,
fsrivouns? 0 " K1 CROWNS Jl
€1 -'i DRICGE w '» k re<lu«ect to H
.Ktlg SJ$5 PEH TOOTH
Mutual Fire Insuraice Company
Office cor. Main and Cuuninghan Sts.
A LI 1 . WICK. Pew.
I UEO. KKTTKHKH, Vlre Pres.
L S. MrJCNKIS, Scc*y »nd Trrw,
Alfred Wi<rk, Henderson Oliver,
Dr. W. Irvin. James Stephenson.
V. W. Rlackmore. N. Weitzel,
F. Bowman, H. «L Klineler,
Geo. KetU'ivr, ('lias. Kebnun,
Geo. Kenuo, John Kocntg.
LUYAI fccIUNKIN Agent
R ESTO PJES^Yl^ality
THE GREAT 30th DAY.
produces the above results in JO days. It
arts powerfully and quickly. Cures when
all others fail. Young men will regain their
lost manhood, and old men will recover their
vouthful vigor by using REVIVO. It qttlck
! ty and surely restores Nervousness, Lost
j vitality. Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wast
ing Disease, and all effects of excess and in
' discretion, which unfits one for study, busi
' ness or marriage. It not only cures by
i starting at the seat of disease, but is a great
, nerve tonic and blood builder, bringing back
j the pink glow to pale cheeks and restoring
I the nre of youth. It wards off Insanity and
i Consumption. Insist on having REVIVO, no
j other, ft can IK* carried in vest pocket. I*V
mail. SI.OO per package, or six for £>.oo, with
1 a positive written guarantee to cure or r**-
i fund the money. Circular free. Address
ROYAL MKDICIXE CO.. CHICAGO. ILL.
For Sale by KEDDICK &GKOHMAXN.
A Boarding and Day School for Qirls.
rollout' Preparatory. Iteurular and Elective
Courses. Music, Art ami Elocution. Gist
' year opens September 15th.
MRS. M. N. McMILLAN, Principal.
Rotary Motion a.
MA i t
Easy Running, Qu
for Family iind Factory u
grades of Cioth and Leath
Speed and Durubiitv
Factory and Head Gil';
Bridgeport, Connecticut, L.
FOR SALE BY
Hardware, Stoves, Sewing
Machines, Needles for all
kinds of sewing machines,
Boss Washing Machines,
N. MAIN ST.
N. B. —Second-hand Sewing
Machines from $5.00 up.
Sewing machines repaired.
TIN WARE AND ROCFiNG
Do not be dec«ced by altarin? advertisement* aad
thluk you can get the oeet inaco, flceet finish nnd
WIOST POPULAR SEWING MACHINE
for n more aonjf. buy from reliable mannfacturen
that have tramwd a reputati •« by honr-iwid cquare
d<-aiint?. There ianonoln the worhl that eon *-*juaJ
In mechanical construction. durability of working j
parta, drum kh of flninh. beauty in ai>T>*arance.Gr haa
tf -uany improvement* a® the NEW HOMt I
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS.
VuQ New Home Sewing Machine Co.
jkawob. TIKBS. BoaTOJ»,MAs*». 2iUinoM6QrA*B,lf.X i
"nxcAOo, 111. Sr.Lons Mo. I'xi.r.Aß. Tkxa*.
bAK Cal. Ati.ajtxa, Ga.
FOR *ALK BY
J. B. McDEVITT
Dealei* in Sewing Machioec. Pianos and
Organs--nert door to Y. M. C. A. build
Buy the light-running, New Home,
sew ng machine, perlect satisfaction guar
anteed, never eets ont of order.
Hotel W illard.
Reopened and rea ly
for the accommoda
tion of the traveling
MRS. MATTIE REIHIKG, OWDfiT _
A BRICK HOUSE.
Pressed brick front, to story and j
mansard, large rooms, wide hall, ele- j
gant cellar—eight rooms, lot 24 X 100 —
house on rear of iot—brick, six rooms. |
Both houses in good condition and 1
occupied, within five minutes walk of |
Pittsburg Court Horse—value $7,500.
Will trade for farm in good location j
within 30 miles of Pittsburg, Pa. on or
near Railroad —addrefs ,
The Butlar Ctttron. '
D. T. PARE,
The Leading Millinery House
of Butler Co-
Will have a large and beautiful line of
Fall and Autumn Millinery.
Teachers Institute and Butler Fair.
ALL INVITED TO CALL.
122 S. Main St. £) J PAPE, Butler^ Pa.
LATEST DESIGNS IN WALKING HATS AND SAILORS.
Our Ladies Trimmed Hats at
$1.98, $2.49 and $2.98,
Aie the best and most stylish for the price ever sold in this city.
Newest Styles of Neckwear and Gloves.
NEW UNDERWEAR. NEW HOSIERY.
10S S. Main St., one door South
of Butler Savings Hank.
iPunc* & is
tuality ilk Power, j
Hitch your B | But be sure!
business •I I it's in a j|
works to a I|9 Fahys Gold- 8
good watch. | pi filled Case, j
| And that you buy it from |
E. GRIEB, JEWELER,
139 N. MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PA.
GOOD OLD TIMES.
When, years ago, a A GOOD FARMER would prepare
for harvest, the best chicken on the place—the finest roll
of butter—and many other good things to EAT amK"""-,
DRINK would be served at harvesting and threshing—
The men would get the whiskey when in the field, and too
on going and coming from the field—No harm in that then,
and is there now?
Not when you can get good honest whiskey, and that you
are sure of getting from MAX KXiEIN, and at reasonable
A Few of the Following Will
An old fashioned whiskey $2 00 per gallon
A full bodied corn and rye whiskey. . . $2 50 >er gallon.
A four year old pure Rye $3 00 per gallon.
The finest six year old whiskery $4 00 per gallon.
Of all grades. $1 50, $1 75, $2 00 and $2 50 per gallon.
Send for our price list, and see some of the many other
articles for sale by us—and the special selections which
will save you money —Address
Wholesale Liquors, 82 Federal St Allegheny, Pa.
Ivxpressage paid on all orders of $5 00 an-J over No charge 'for box
ing and shipping.
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