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Douthett & Graham? H
YOU DON'T! M
YOUR OWN FAULT, We've been in the clothing
business, in Butler, for five years and it is to
d your interest to know us as we are selling
® the best clothing for the least money £ £
m of any firm in Butler. You don t
• believe irr Step in and see VM
our store when in town, 1
and we'll prove it to you. VM
Douthett & Graham |j
HOW IS THIS:
SUIT, sizes 33 to 43, j
Your pick for $5.00. 1
Here is a chance of a lifetime ?
0 to buy a suit at a price unheard \
of, taking into consideration )
the quality of the goods. Look V
0 in our clothing window, the as- \
sortment is large. (
Shaul &- Nast, \
LEADING CLOTHIERS, \
137 South Main St., >
Butler, Pa. /
Jury List For April 25th.
List of names drawn from the jury
wheel this 23rd day of March, 1898. to
eerye as traverse juors at a special term
of Court, commencing on the fourth
Monday of April, 1898, the same being
the 2."> th day of said month.
Althouse C F, Fairview boro, minister.
Alexander W H, Connoquenessing twp,
Allen John W. Clay twp. farmer.
Cuppa David, Butler boro Ist w, minis
Crisswell J A, Mars boro, undertaker.
Campbell J J, Fairview twp, farmer.
Dunbar W E, Adams* twp, farmer.
Dondag Leo, Butler boro Ist w, glass
Donthett A J, Evans City boro, farmer.
Elliott Addison, Centre twp. fanner.
Filgns August, Oakland twp, farmer.
Fruth Henry, Jefferson twp, pumper.
Graham Joseph, Connoquenessing twp.
Grossman J G, Brady twp, farmer.
Goehring Harvey, Forward twp, far
Hockenberry Casper, Worth twp, far
Haz'ett James N, Winfield twp, farmer.
Karns T C, Butler twp, farmer
Kinney Peter, Oakland twp, peddler
Kelley William, Muddycreek twp, far
Leigh man John, Lancaster twp, far
Lang George, Saxonburg boro, farmer.
Logan Patrick, Clearfield twp, farmer.
Lefever Henry, Middlesex twp, farmer.
Moore Clark. Oakland twp, farmer.
McCollough H C, Oakland twp, farmer.
McCandless Isaiah J, Butler boro 2nd w,
McCandless J T, Centre twp, farmer.
McCandless Thompson, Franklin twp,
McGowan James, Prospect boro, far
McGrath James, Clay twp, farmer.
Painter Joseph A, Butler twp, farmer.
Patterson Robert L, Penn twp, farmer.
Rice S B, Forward twp, fanner.
Reiser John, Cranberry twp, fanner.
Ramsey William, Centre twp, fanner.
Sutton William, Butler boro 4th w,
Stewart Frank, Muddycreek twp, far
Sea ton Abner, Mercer twp, farmer.
Sherman John H, Butler boro Ist w,
Stiner F. B. Harmony boro, gent.
Schaffner Harry, Butler boro 4th w,
Shannon Charles, Connoquenessing twp,
Story T B, Karns City, druggist.
Thompson Thomas, Clearfield twp, far
Vogley Theodore, Butler boro 3rd w,
Wlntmire Henry, Butler boro 4th w,
Walker William, Clinton twp, fanner.
All Torn Up.
Look at your old harness, they are
ill torn up, they will break one of
these days, your horse may run
away and kill you; and then your
friends will blame providence for
your own carleessness. Now is
the time to look them over, take
them to MARTINCOURT &
CO'S. and have them repaired,
or a new set of their good Oak
Leather Harness and live till you
are old. Don't say that you live
too far away, others come farther
and always consider they are al
ways well paid for their trip.
Frobably you need a new buggy or
wagon. Here is where >ou can be
suited and save money. And one
thing you do know (if not, your
neighbor who jhas dealt here can
tell you) and that is that you have
a large selection to choose from.
You are never overcharged, not
deceived in what you are getting.
Our business is constantly grow
ing, and we intend to keep it grow
ing if fair dealing, good goods and
low prices will do it.
S. 8. Martincourt & Co.
S. B. Martincourt,
J. M- Leighner.
Farm for sale, near Butler, lao acres,
new bank barn, |6,000.
inquire at this office.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at No. 104 East Diamond St.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Mi chell building.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office- with Newton Black,
i T. BLACK,
A • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Room J. —Armory building.
T M. PAINTER,
FJ . ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office between Postoffice and Diamond
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on South Diamond Street.
POULTER & BAKER,
V ATTORNEYSAI LAW.
Room 8., Armory buildin a .
TOHN W. COULTER.
Special attention given to collections
and business matters.
Reference: Butler Savings Bank, or
Butler County National Bank.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Main St. near Court House.
• ATTORNEY A'J LAW.
Office at No. S South Diamond St.
DR. S. A. JOH NSTON.
Gold Fillings Painless Extraction of
Teeth and Artificial Teeth without plates
a specialty, Nitrous Oxide or Vitalized Air
or Local nxsthetics used.
Office over Millers grocery, east of Low
DR. W. P. MCILROY,
Formerly known as the "Peerless
Painless Extractor of Teeth." Located
permanently at 111 East Jefferson St.,
Oppoiite Hotel Lowrv, Butler. Will do
dential operations of all kinds by the
latest devices and up-to-date methods
DR. J. E. FAULK,
Painless extraction—No Gas —Crown
and bridge work a specialty.
Office—Room No. 1. new Bickel build
DR. N. M. HOOVER,
137 E. Wayne St., office hours. 10 to
12 a. m. 1 and to 3 p. m.
T J. DONALDSON,
Artificial Teeth inserted 011 the latest
improved plan. Gold Fillings a spec
ialty. Office oyer Miler's Shoe Store.
DR. CHAS. R. B. HUNT,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Eye, ear, nose and throat a specialty.
132 and 134 S. Main Street, Ralston
• HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office 236 S. Main St., opp. P. O.
Residence 315 N. McKean St.
SAMUEL M. BIPPUS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
200 West Cunningham St.
, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
New Troutman Building, Butler.Pa.
T? A. RUSSELL, M. D.
Ci» Room 3, Bickel Block. Butler Pa
Peoples Phone No. 309. Night call 173*:
n F. L. McQUISTION,
v • Civ 1 u ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Office near Court House.
p M. ZIMMERMAN
O • PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office No. 45, S. Main street, over City
\VM. WALKER. t'HAS. A. McELVAIN
—tJKNKKAIj DKAI.KBB IN -
I RENTS ETC.
KETTEItZH BriI.DINO. (>PP. POSTfifFICE
Subscribe tor tte UimtN.
A Letter for Grandpa.
fS}\ The man who takes
V \ ' proper cart of his
tp \ J | I_J health in youth and
PI ' Lfcpv maturity lives to smile
B )as he reads the Vttirs
T& MS y / of his grandchildren
I fy N ' It's worth somethiiip
I/KL LI . to do that. It's worth
; J a little daily care ar.ti
it''/ Qj •' ; thought for health
4T / / /?> It' s worth a dollar
' ' JJr here and there for the
right remedy for the insidious ills that
make the big diseases.
When a man's liver is " out of whack " or
his digestion is bad, or his appetite "fin
icky," he shf>u!d take Dr. Tierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It makes a man
"hungry as a horse.' 1 It fills the blood
with the life-giving elements of the food a
man takes. It is the great liver invigorator.
It makes the digestion perfect. it is the
great blood-maker, flesh-builder and nerve
tonic. It drives all impurities from the
| system. It cures nervous prostration, bil
i ious complaints, malarial troubles and q8
per cent of all cases of consumption. The
medicine dealer who offers a substitute for
the - .kc of a few extra pennies profit, is
"\V'»uld have written von before now. bnt
thought I would wait until I got cutirely well
write)Xn Mary Tibbs. of Hitchcock. C.a!ve>ion
Co., T< x. "Now lam pleased to say that I air
sound and well. I have been usinjj Dr. I'ierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, the ' Favorite Pre
scription ' and Pleasant Pellet.>.* We think your
medicines the best in the world. I was troubled
with female weaku«.s>, headaches, cold feet and
h;;n N, a disagreeable drain and jrtneral weak
ness; was exceedingly nervous, had poor appe
tite. constipation, distress in the stomach, too
much flow, falling of internal organs, of two
years' standing. Three bottles of ' Favorite Pre
scription * and three of Golden Medical Discov
ery completely restored my health."
Constipation and biliousness are nasty,
nagging disorders that keep a man or wo
man dull and miserable. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets are a sure, speedy, perma
nent cure. One little 1 Pellet * is a gentle
laxative and two a mild cathartic. They
never gripe. Dealers sell them. Nothing
is "just as good."
W ITCH HAZEL
C Piles or Hemorrhoids
Fissures & Fistulas.
Burns & Scalds.
I I Wounds & Bruises.
Cuts & Sores.
Boils & Tumors.
Eczema & Eruptions.
Salt Rheum & Tetters.
E Chapped Hands.
Sore Lips & Nostrils.
CJ Corns & Bunions.
Stings & Bites of Insects.
Three Sizes, 25c, 50c. and Si. oo.
Sol<l by drjgjjists, or sent post-paidonreceipt of price
lICXMIREtS' XKD. CO., 11l * 113 WIUUaSt., XewVork.
when the Creator said to woman,
"In sorrow shalt thou bring forth
children," that a curse was pro
nounced against the human race,
but the joy felt by every Mother
when she first presses to her heart
her babe, proves the contrary.
Danger and suffering lurk in
the pathway of the Expectant
Mother, and should be avoided,
that she may reach the hour when
the hope of her heart is to be real
ized, in full vigor and strength.
so relaxes the
a without Nau-
T Ilir f SCa ' eac * ac k e >
Rff \!Gloomy Fore
boding of dan
ger, and the
trying hour is robbed of its pain
and suffering, as so many happy
'mothers have experienced.
Nothing but "Mother's Friend" does
this. Don't be deceived or
persuaded to use anything else.
"Mother's Friend" is the greatest remedy over
put 011 ttao market, anil all our customers praise it
highly."—W. H. KINO & Co., Whitewright, Tex.
Of druggists at *IOO, or sent by express on re
ceipt of price. Write for book containing valua
ble information for all Mothers, mailed fre".
Ttit' lirgdiU'M Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
and is the result cf colrfr and C(/DCPCOLDW
sudden climatic changes. <£*/}
For your Pro* option KHAYFEVER Jfjl
we positively state tu .t t T 8
reraetly docs m»t contain u
mercury or any oilier injur- gv, N £afl|
Ely's Cream BalasfalS
is acknowledged to !»e t! c moet thoronph cure for
Nasal Catarrh, Cold in lio&d and liay Fever of ail
remedies. It opi-n> a:;! c l . .IUPCS the nasal passages,
ailays pain ana inflammation, heals the Bores, pro
tects the membrarß from cold*. reptores the senses
of taste and smell, i 'rice S«»cr. M t Druggists or by mail.
ELY liIiOTUiIKS, 06 Warren Street, New York.
You the purest and choicest Whiskey
or Wine, sold at the nriee you pay else
where for adulterated. We bottle direct
from the Government stamped barrel,
also have in stock large supply of quarts
bottled at Distillery undc the govern
ment supervision—that bottled by us we
guarantee to be as pure and as good
m8¥?O l AIII DEALINGS
ssisa®- TO EVERY ONE-
Guaranteed pute 6 year old Whiskey cither
(iuckenheimer, Finch, tiibson,
Overholt, Large, Mt. Vernon.
$i per full quart or 6 quarts for J5,
Grandfathei's Choice Whiskey, guar
anteed 3 years old, per gallon.
On C. O. D. or mail orders of $lO or
over, we prepay ail charges.
ROBERT LEW IN & CO,,
Importers and Wholesalers,
411 Water St. Opposite B. & 0. Depot.
Telephone, 217P Pittsburg, Pa.
ijT - DON'T *
think of obtaining pure liquors or wine from
a house that - tiers you something for noth
ing avoid sneh (!e:i!ers if you want straight
goods. Our policy Juts been for the past *i."»
year> to jrive 71111 straight, unadulterated
go<ul> at fair and honest prices—llence our
We Mention a Few^Prices
Write for complete price list.
Aadrtesmn's Heal ft Si IB "x 1
Bridgeport fur.- Bye 1 00 :t .v
l'lppeeaiioe Kvo !*• 2 2.")
Tin »m | >—< >n H v<;i r old ... t ft> . .
(il.l fal>im t half Malt .. . "
Ke-l>l-.lilled Kyi- 50 2 no
Ifederal St. Allegheny, l'a.
! THK CITIZEN.
A YOUNG GIRL'S WOE.
Her I'arentw and « Strtngrr Plot Against
Her Pea** of Mind.
I At the word the tall individual In the
I loose velvet coat jumped tip perpendicu
larly In the air and emitted a cry that
"Tootle, tootle, toot!"
Ordinarily one would have suspected
him of being the last person to indalge In
such antics, us he was of a staid and
slightly severe countenance, and a close
observer would have shrewdly supposed
that he was far from enjoying himself, but
it is to be presumed that he knew his own
business l>est. In any case, tho perspira
tion bodewed his hrow.
A few yards from him sat some one in
'i chair—a young girl. She gazed at tho
jumping one with an expression of resent
ment, and a tear bedimmed her eye. She
The individual in the loose velvet coat
gritted bis teeth, swore under his breath
and moved hastily away. The young girl's
jiarents, who were present, looked con
After a few moments' hurried confab
the velvety mated one handed each of tho
parents a large tin i«in and a stick of
wood Ho himself held a horn in his hand. |
"Come on, now!"
Tho horn was blown lustily, the tin !
pans were banged with fervor, and all j
three danced up and down with Baccha
nalian vehemence and abandon.
And they shouted:
"Rooty ti toot!"
"Hi tiddley hi ti!"
"Pilly willy winkuin boom!"
"Flip fiap a doodle, yum, yum, yum!"
Their faces grew purple and their veins
swelled to the point of bursting. It was
The young girl fixed her eyes on the
proceedings luck lustrously at first, but by
degrees with some show of interest.
Finally she smiled.
"Now!" shrieked the individual in the
loose velvet coat with insane excitement.
A snap was heard.
And the young girl—she was but 2
months old—was successfully photograph
id at last.—David H. Dodge in New York
How lie Ilurt His Throat.
"Sore throat, eh?" said the surgeon to a
member of a military band. "Let me see.
Oh, that's not so bad. A slight irrita
tion—nothing more. You'll be all right
in a day or two. I think you had better
tako no risk in renewing the trouble by
using your throat, though, so I will rec
ommend you for a fortnight's sick leave."
Armed with the surgeon's certificate, the
bandsman obtained his two weeks' sick
leave. The two weeks had just come to
an end, when bo mot the surgeon on the
parade ground. The bandsman saluted.
Tho surgeon recognized the face and stop
ped. "How's the throat?'' he asked pleas
antly. "It's quite well, sir," was there
ply. "That's good," said tho surgeon.
" You can get back to your duty without
fear. By tho way, what instrument do
you handle in the band?" "The small
drum, air," said the musician.—Chicago
Never Touched Her.
She stood on tho beach in her pretty
bathing suit and looked anxiously up and
down. Finally she saw a man in a boat
and signaled to him.
"Is there anything I can do for you?"
he asked as he ran his boat up on the
"Yes," she replied. "I do so want to
get out to that life raft."
"Oh, it's not over your head there," he
explained. "You can wndo out to it."
"And ruin my new bathing suit?" she
exclaimed. "Well, I guess not! I spoiled
my last one by getting it wet, but I'd like
to get out and stand on that life raft. It
would look so sort of picturesque, you
know." —Chicago Post.
Tlicy Needed It.
Aunt Rachel —Here's an item in the pa
per about the society editor of The Weekly
Scorcher. What does a society editor do?
Uncle Zeb—l hain't, got the least idee,
but I know that the last time I was at a
theayter in tho big city I see a party o' so
ciety folks in ono o' the boxes, an I thort
they needed editia awfully.—Chicago
She opened tho door at the agent's
"Mndam," he began brusquely, "whera
is your husband?"
"I really don't know," she said softly
"I am a v^idow."
Then the door closed of its own accord.
—New York Evening Journal.
lleautlea of Apology.
"Never be ashamed to apologize, my
60n," said the corn fed philosopher to tho
hot headed youth. "It is the gentleman
ly thing to do, and, besides, when a friend
ly footing is re-established you have a
chance to Insult the other follow again."—
There Was No Other Way.
Mrs. Fussanfeather—l understand that
Mr. Tallman kissed you on tho stoop last
Miss Fussanfeather —Why, yes, mam
ma. He's so tall ho had to.—Yonkers
"Dah is two ways o' wastin money,"
said Uncle Eben. "One is ter spend it so
fast it doesn' hah time ter do no good, an
dey uthuh is ter hoi on ter it so tight it neb
btr gits a chance." —Washington Star.
"MAMMA MAKES A NICE SEESAW."
—New York Sunday World.
A Deadlier Weapon.
With such a deadly weapon us a banana
pe»l always at hand it Is romarkablo that
an Italian should want to carry a stiletto.
For Singers, an Effective Cure
Old Aunt Rachael, the well known
nurse of. Holland descent has gotten up
for some New York physicians, accord
ing to their prescribed formula, a com
bination of Horehound, Elecampane,
G rape Juice and Rock Candy, that is
doing wonders in the cure of coughs,
colds and sore throat. Tt is put np in
•2."i and 7.1 cent sizes. Public speakers
shonld carry a bottle in their pocket.
Sold by drugists.
Naval battles are expensive affairs.
The cost of one round from the mor
tars at Sandy Hook would be $15,200.
A shot from any of the big rifles is
worth $«.-)(). in a two hours' engage
ment five ships could fire away $1,300,-
000 in ammunition. No wonder that
diplomatic is preferred by the nations
as a means of fighting.
Good, healthy, red blood and firm
solid flesh and muscles are made by Dr.
Bull's Pills, the great blood-purifier. 10
& 25 cts.
A recent decision of the U. S. Su- i
preine Court, to the effect that a person |
born in this country of Chinese pa
rents is a citizen, confirms the citizen- j
ship of a considerable number of Ainer j
1 can-born Chinese.
After taking Hood's Sarsaparilla all •
symptoms of rheumatism soon disap- i
pear. Get only Hood's.
The festive buckwheat cake is grow
A Great Sensation.
Is created by Hoxsie's C. C. C. in
Diphtheria and croup, because it's cures
are like magic. 50 cents. A. P. Hox
sie, Buffalo, N. Y.
OLD SHAKER'S SPECIALTY.
He 11... ii Trio ot Allrlbntei Which
Make Illin Cnlque.
Logan county boasts of one of the
unique characters in Kentucky in the
person of Lorenzo PearcifieM, who
since childhood has been an honored
member of the Shaker community at
South Union, says the Louisville Cour
ier-Journal. Mr. Pearcifield is now clcse
on to TO years of age and weighs about
! There is not another man in Logan or
any other county, so far as is known,
who is 70 years old and weighs 300
pounds, who is noted as the most suc
cessful horse breaker iu his seotion.
! Yet this is true of the colossal old
| Shaker. The secret of his success in
j this direction seems to lie in his great
i courage and strength. He is absolute
ly fearless and almost as strong as an
ordinary horse. He has a system all
his own, which consists in first demon
strating to the perfect satisfaction of
the horse that he is master of the situ
ation. To do this it is sometimes nevces
sary to throw the horse down and sit
upon his head, which Mr. Pearcifield
does in the most approved style. After
] 300 pounds has sat upon his horseship's
head for a little while he is satisfied,
j Mr. rearcitield then hitches him to his
little cart and drives about and looks
at the country. So great is his fame as
a tamer of wild horses that the farmers
for miles around bring him unman
ageable horses to break, and none has
baffled his skill and strength.
A neglected cold often terminates in
consumption. Take Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup in time, and forestall the dread
Remarks of a Cynic.
Winking women woil't work.
Any girl who blondines her hair can
Some women wear their minds out
changing them so often.
Men judge women by their morals.
Women judge women by their clothes.
!so woman ever received a telegram
without being frightened.
Did yon ever notice that the hom
litst girl in the room is the oest dancer?
You can no more tell what a modern
jury will do than if it was composed of
If women were judges, lawyers
would have a hard time keeping out
The only sadder sight than that of a
fat man on a hot day is a slim woman
on a windy day.
Port Grape Wine for the Sick.
We can conlidently recommend
Speer'* Port Grape Wine a superior ar
ticle of Wine for the sick and debilitat
,'The vineyards and cellars are at
Passaic, N. J."—Medical Review.
The Spanish smoke cigarettes. Boy?,
just look at what they've come to.
Whom the gods wish to destroy they
first saturate with cigarettes.
As a cure for chilblans, frosted feet
and chapped hands Salvation Oil is a |
conspicuous success*. 25 cents.
A 15-year-old boy. residing at Puns- I
sutawney, said the other day: ,'I I
think the best study we have in school
physiology and hygiene. I know a
lot of boys who quit smoking and chew- ■
iug tobacco when they found out. from
their physiologies how bad tobacco was
for a boy." Ti.is was a sincere testi
monial for a boy whose parents had
considerable difficulty in keeping him
from using tobucco on the sly, until he
became convinced from his lesson in
school that his parents were right.
Such a testimonial as that porves that
there was abundant wisdom in the in
traduction of this study into the
schools. But beside teaching the evil
eft'ect3 of alcohol and tobacco on the
human system, it gives the children
some very valuable knowledge about
the structure of the human body, and
how to take care of the house we live
in.— Punxsntawney Spirit.
HOOD'S PILLS cure Liver Ills, Bil
iousness, Indigestion, Hcadacho.
Easy to take, easy to operate. 25c
A fever patient can be made cool and
comfortable by frequent sponging off
with soda water.
Cold tea should be saved for your
vinegar barrel. It sours easily and
gives color and flavor.
1 t*• 4* M.-.'Narrtofa Drive.
/. "i*:irri i;;y st!iepleasnreof drlv
injr buyers of carriages or liur
iicjv i.i savo dollars by Rending' f«»r tho
largo, froo catalog no of tho Elkhart Carriage
and Harness Mfg. Co., Elkhart, Xud.
To beat the whites of eggs quickly
add a pinch of salt. Salt cools, and
cold eggs froth rapidly.
Hair may be kept from falling ont
after illness by a frequent application
to the scalp of sage tea.
The strength which comes to us from
eating nourishing food is better than
stimulation, because it is new strength.
The health which belougs to a strong
body, well nourished by proper food
(properly digested), is the only health
that is lasting.
The difference between Shaker Diges
tive Cordial and other medicines is sim
ply that it helps nature to make
strength. It does not profess to cure
sickness ,except as that sickness is a
result of weakness caused by food not
Shaker Digestive Cordial will relieve
tiie pangs of indigestion, and make thin
sick, weak people as well as if their
stomachs had never been out of order.
It is a gentle aid to the digestion of
nature's strength-maker, food.
At druggists. Trial bottle, 10 cents.
Sausage and scrapple now take a rest
You can take out spots from wash
goods by rubbing them with the yolk of
eggs before washing.
White spots upon varnished furni
ture will disappear if you hold a hot
plate from the stove over them.
RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in I to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is remarkable
and mysterious. It removes at once tbe |
causes and the disease immediately <l.s
apj-ears. The first dose greatly benefits;
75 cents. Sold by J. C. Kedic, and J. F.
B-ilph Druggists Butler \pr 146
Boiler County National Bank,
Capital paid in - - f 100,000.00
Surplus and Profits - $114,647.87
j Jos. Hartman, President; J. V. Ritts,
j Vice President; C. A. Bailey. Cashier;
I John G. McMarlin, Ass't Cashier.
/ geuoral banking buslnr transacted.
I Interest paid on time deposits.
! Money loaned on approved security,
i We Invite you to open an account with this
! DIKECTOKS—Hon. Joseph Hartman. Hon.
\V. S. Waldron, I >r. N. M. Hoover. H. Me- 1
i Sweeney, E. E. Abrams, C. I*. Collins I. (*.
Smith, Leslie 1' llazlett, M. I'lne K M. W.
W. 11. L.arkin, John Humphrey. Dr. \V. C.
1 McCandiess. lten M>l:.s«;th. I.ovt M. Wise,
•T. V. Hilt..
| YOu CAiS r IND-APER
. .Irrsauitnii tt tl.o Ad»»irticiDu iiiirrauol
j Ag'n'i FtEMINGTON BEOS.
It- Tf ill wit net •dwUniiw
Are Not All Gone
We have a fot of Monarch shirts
made of Garners percales former
price <1.50 now going at 75c.
33 l-3per cent Otf
on all winter underwear and lots
of broken s /.es going at one half
We Still Have
a few Of those ¥5, <4 and $3 hats
in the Dollar sale.
We Have About
five dozen fine wool top shirts in
Black and Brown shades, worth *2,
ani ?2-50, we are offering thtm at
$1.25. Come in and tell us what
}ou ne and see if we cannot
COLBERT & DALE,
242 S MAIN ST BUTLER. PA.
Use It I
J Our brush should be used daily j
sin place of the ordinary hair •
' brush, hair washes, or hair grow- £
< cis. If you do not find, after
< six months' trial, that
! Dr. Scott's j
iwill do all we claim for it send it J
back and your money
J will be refunded. You Jgrarask
can buy the number Pn?\Jut/p <
one size for
i One wi
Dollar. 1 1|
\ It !s Guaranteed to Cure;
> Nervous Headache in five minutes! \
< Bilious Headache in five minutes t )
Neuralgia in five minutes I
(' Dandruff and diseases of the scalp! }
| Prevents falling hair and baldness! C
< flakes the hair long and glossy I <
f for sal; at Dry Goods stores end Druggists j
J or sent on
C of price and ten cents for postage. J
( (~htr honk. •• THE DOCTOR'S STORY." «<ntfrrr on 1
( reiucst. (rive* full information concerning Dr. }
I EUctric Belts. $3. $5. and $lO. Electric Cor ft*, §l. <
) 81.25. $1.50, s.'. aml s.<. Electric Flesh Brush r* i (
) Electric Safety Razors, Electric Planter it, 25 ctr. (
« Electric Insoles. W cts. Elastic Trusses. $3. )
> GEO. A. SCOTT, 842 Broadway. N. V. j
It is a fact and no fake.
118 5. Main St.
L. 5. McJUNKIN,
Insurance and Real Estate
x 17 E.JEFFERSON ST.,
BUTLER. - PA
TACT'S PHILADELPHIA if)
« --DENTAL ROOMS.-- |j
J 39 " sth Ave., Pittsburg, I"a. 5f
'■<> %(&&& PRACTICA"[<
ii Es jfl CROWN awl BF.in.,t
mt"> I'Uisl'urg—WHY NOT DC V
fMYOURS? CROWNS jf,
H*f|y/»in<! 3RIOGE Wurk lvtlniiil i j"
> »s«! Sfts PER TOOTH Also til. i*
5? 'est rot i-t I fill ma. If. ON LY sf> \
Reopened and rea ly
for the accommoda
tion of the traveling
MRS. M4TTIK SRIHI KG, OWDer
Practical Horse Shoer
Formerly Horse Shoer at the
Wick lionre has opened busi
ness in a shop 111 the rear of
the Arlington Hotel, where
he will (lo Horse-Shoeing in
the most approved style.
TRACK AND ROAD HORSES
Th 6 SUTkeR CmzeN.
SI.OO per year If paid in advance, otherwise
$1..->0 will be charged.
ADVKHTISI.NMJ KATKS-OIHI Inch. one time •
SI; earli suhstMiui-nt insertion -">0 cents each. i
Auditors* and uivorcc notio sS* each; exec
utors'and administrators' notices each;
estray Jind dissolnti< si notices 33 each. Read
inJJ: notices 10 cents a lim- for tirst and 5 cents j
for each subservient insertion. Notices j
HOIOIIL' local news items L"» cents a line for J '
e icli insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks,
resolutions of respect', notices of festivals I I
and fairs, etc.. inserted at the rate of 5 cents I
a line, money to accomuany the order, ieven I •
words of pr»»se make aline.
Kates for standing cards and job work on!
All advertising is due after (irst insertion. I
and all transient advertising must be paid j
for in advance.
All communications intended for public a- I
t lon in t his paper must l»e accompanied by |
The real nan « of tlie writer, not for pubiica- |
tion ba. a guarantee o' >o<i f.-»it li.ami should ■
ri: hus not later th tea jr evening. |
Death notices must be accompanied by a
responsible name. I
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES
I*., Hosscincr »V L. lv.
Trains depart No 12. 9.40 A. M; No.
14. 5:07 P. M. Butler time.
Trains arrive: No. !> 948 A. M N">v
11, - V> P. M. Butler time.
No. 12 runs through to Erie anil eon
! neets with W N I. £ P at HaStOd
j .1 unction for Franklin and Oil City.
1 and with N. V. L. E A: W at Shenan
40 for all points east No. 14 runs
through to Albion and connects with
\V. N V. 0>: P. for Franklin and Oil
City A. it Cm «t-< n. Ao :t
J)i'l I'SHI KG & \\ ESTEKN
Railway. Schedule of I'as
:■ :ngcr Trains in effect Nov. 21,
1597. BUTLER TIME.
TV|*II Arr i ■*.
awheut A. ■. t.;- . .1.:. .11. ... • -•*.»■ » t" > «
All.>-I.riii 8 IS " .!-• ~
N.« <'as! 1 V> 1 m IT -
Akron Ibfl B 1& u 7tt M
\ lam. uti n lo "> " 1- is •
\.■ _*• »> \ I.\J ! • ."• M "» 'T "
I , J ■ !.'v 'VU- S« M
( . Exi rtm ■lB 1 IS 1- 1
A!!- v i,v Mai!
\ h .beaj t". 7 -
RU* -mi \. • omm idatftea I # " *«l
• . i bo£tid ' j ■ •• • it \ v
KaM hB • Hi u N
• »ri ... A ■ • nun ati ■ » *AM
si M'.w Ti: \INS.
fHl<i.lniaj I \ i-r
AHtghißT V- ■uti-latii u ". »• i m "< .7 i M
V** « IMCM . BHa i ■ 8 I ■ ■ V 7 88 ••
( i E\j. ■» i M . > ;
Aiiegheuy \c< wiu «1 it.• 7 •
Tnun arrivir.;: at 5.<»7 p.m. 11. A O. d«*|*'t.
RtMii- .n 818 jm aa rA 1 . Ilk j I •
Par flnwch ti- k« (a t.> .ill pateta la Ua w-t,». »rtl*-
w, «t -t • nit : . r ilig rut'—.
tpae «»f tniiuti, etc. to
A. B. CROICH, Agent,
R. 11. REYNOLDS, Sup't, l; iti - I\
Fuxt.urg, Pa. < . W. DASsKTT.
A. G. P. A.. Allegheny, Pa
WES TEN PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
>« IIF.I»fLK iN EITKtT N ». -0. I v y 7.
SOUTH. WkkK DATS >
A M. A.M. A M. V. M P. I
BI'TLKR Leave « .*■ h o:, ll I*. - :/■ ■ («5
teuabaig Aitin 6 54 30 ll 38 a 5 SB
llutlcrJuiu ii. il.. " 7 -7 .•> Vi ;; i) "> I
it] iJi n : Leai 7 - • .. 3 8
Natrona.. Arrive 7 :;•» :• (, l l'_ :i .>■ «'•
biwitaa. 7 n "7 i_ 35 '• !. • "
April _ 7 50 8 It IS li 3 82
Clarasaent.... 8 1 4 06l 87j
siuin . > 07 y in 4 l- «* vj.
UWkeny... - 1 - i I 8 i
IA. M.|A. Ml' M.jl'. M |P. M
SI NI'AY TiiAISS -L. iv.- Bmler for Allrgliruv
City and jiriip ij il iuterine-ii.it p >tiiti u- a: a. iu.J
NORTH. WKKK DATS
A. M. A. M A P. M P. M
All. Jir.iV ( i'.v... leav.' 7 ' .» ««> 11 J «• 1<»
Sbnri*».urjr 7 11 ;* 12 11 : 7 . 4.' .
• . m aioat > 19.11 m S IB
B|ringdale 8 11 56 •• Iti .7
1 i-1 btnn 7 34 8 38 l_ 07 j'. € 4»
Natrona 7 39] 9 4 IS 12 \3l 8 I
Batter Jui lion..jMTiTt 7 i • • : r .00
Battel Jul.. ;i- n . are 7 ;• 9 50 12 85 407 7 81
8 15110 15)12 49) 4 361 7 SI
BI 11 1 B arrive $ .• 110 38 l 17 061 7
A. M.J A. MP M IP. M.J P. M
BCX9n\i\- Lam \Hi J• ay (Itj 81 Bi
kr aad prim ii«i! in termed! it.- etatk as at 7 20 a. bl aad
yrt-O p. m.
WEEK DAYS. FOK TIIE EAST. WEEK DA vs.
P rn. \ ■ ;• >! ;
i ar .. . 117
| • -•"» 7 _7 ar 1 Iutl«-r Jut.. ti«»u. . h .. 1- -
400 7 4 :v It itU Jut. ti -I »i > - *•>
-1 7 4 • ir Fin-jmrt I\ b -> 1 - >■
4 00 7 5 :'" Allegheny JuUi tiuii.. .." s -4 12 •'!
£4 21 S« 4 " Utrhl.urfr. " 8 t»9 11 49
4 40 > 21 j " Pu ill toll ( Ajk'Hu) " 7 .V. 11 .2
•:ss.M j " Salisluirvr " 7 II «•&
"• ll' 221 ' k Blain<ville " 7 »»' l«» !«'
5 .*»4' \* ;>• u Blairsville Intensoctii u 5 I'J 1"
8 : I - ABDOM - JI 15 809
1 001 3 K " Haiti-i-iiig •• 11 46 W
i •• i 2:1 •' Philadelphia -3011 20
A. M |P. M. IA. M P. M
(•11 Sunday, train Butler 7 a. 111., conueot?
t.-r Altouiia and Philadt-Iphia.
Through tnuii!> fur the east leave Pittsl'urg (l uion
Station), ab follows.-
Atlantic Exprenn, daily 3:3*: a m
PeDßfljhrani 1 l iadtol •• 7:15 **
lH»v E\t»reivi. u 7 40 u
Philadelphia Exprit«, 4 . .4:: a» r m
Eatatem Express, " 7 ' •"> "
F.->t Una, 4
I'hilad'a Mail, SuudavM < nly .. B:4c i.y
F«»r detailed infoiuuition, at«di«-s> Tlioa. K. Watt, I'.. -
Wtstern I'istri. t. Corner Fifth Avenue and Sunth
t-. ld Street, Pirt-1 nr.. Pa.
J B. lIFTCIIIsON. J.R.WOOD
General Manage Uen'l Agent
Wheeler -x Wilson
New No. 9 r'amily
Kciary Motion c* Ball Bearings
Casy Running, Quiet. Rapid and
lor Family and Factory use. for all
grades of Cloth and Leather.
Speed and Durablity.
Factory anu Head Office,
Bridiiecort, Connecticut, U» S, ft,
FOR SAFE 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 ROOFING
LYfcS hiXASiSbU MbK 'JF CHANGE
R L. KirKpatrick, OpticiaD and Jewelei
Next to Court House Butler, Late
Gradnste La Port Ifarolotjical i nstitnte
F „ 4 R WOOL
TO SELL WRITE TO
W. F. RUMBERGER.
Care A. Troutman's RFTLFK. PA
Butler Savings Bank
Lit lex*, Pa.
Capiial - ?60,0rx).00
Surplus and Profits - - $150,000
JOS. L PURVIS I'resi'lent
J. MK.VRY TItOUTMAN Vice-President
VVM. CAMPBELL, Jr I s' l.»r
LOI'IS B. STK'.N Teller
DIKKCroKS -Joseph 1.. I urvis, .1. Henry
Tro'ltniiin. \V. I>. Itr.in lon. \V. A. St.' in. J S.
The Butler Savings lt:.nk Is tin' Oldest j '
Bankins Institution'. 11 Butl.-r (tounty.
G»'neral hanking business transaeted. |
We solicit accounts of «li producers, mer- 4
chants, farmers and others. i 1
Ailb.isimss entrusicd to us will receive),
Interest ualdno time deposits. -
For all BiLiors and Nbsvous 9 Pi '
Diss.'. T.~- SViS t §BM
Curo D/SPE.-i»iA, hEALnCHE,
CCNSTIPATfOV and PIMPLES.
Ad ver rrti««,
I D. T. RARE, 1
fl THE LEADING MILUNtRY HOUSE OP BUTLER CO. I
■We Keep constanly on hand (foi immediate use) a full®
■line of mourning goods, such as Chiffon-Silk, Nuns Veil-la
Hiiig and Crape Bonnets and Hats Long and short Veils B
® Mourning Rushing, Mourning Gloves and HaudkerchiefsM
:id everything pertaining to Ladies Mourning furmsh-ja
■ing Goods GIVE US A CALL x
■122 S. Main St. D- T- Pape. 122 S. Main Stjf
Wall Paper and Room Mouldings
Painting, Paper Hanging and Decorating.
New Wick Building. 236 North Main Street Butler, Pa.
t EASTER OPENING!
| Thursday. Friday and Saturday, i
; March 31. April 1, and 2. j
1 MARKS' j
108 S. MAIN ST., BUTLER. PA. t -
I( T ||C QAINTINO becomes expensive when you use cheip paint. Perhjps you
I iIL ■ have already learned this—others have. For excellent results in
BEST every particular use
THERE H- W. Johns' Liquid Paints
IJ Artistic shades producing pleasing effects.
Color Card, Paiaphlot," Exterior Decoration," etc. t mailed on request
PAINT" j.G- W. Campbeii. ,- a .
Ko. T7. SnrT«y n»niM«. Pric, fIC.CO i fjr fre« No fine Surrey. Price, with cuxt*ln«, lamp*, roa-
A« good at Mlla for f:5. Catalcgu# of all oar >tylet. »bowe apron and fenders, ICQ. A* eood as selli for 999
ELKHART CABHIAGE AM> XIIIWS»3 iITCi. CO. \V. C. rXiTT. Boc*y, LLkIiAL'T, LXD.
— ■ k.
The Encouragement we Received
and adjoining Counties from our la?t months oIFlt, in
duces us to again offer this decanter, filled with the
best California wine
Vith Every Order of yPb
And Over. Jjjlf
Your selection from tlie follow- \i. . ar
ing, or send in a $3.00 order
for any of our liquors. '^l^l
Silver Age Rye ?1,50 per quart, $6 per gallon ji
Duqnesne Rye $1,25 per quart, $5 per gallon
Bear Creek Rye 1 TlßnK^n
Guckenlieimer Rve . . , /UIRtVA
Gibson ' Si per quart, 6 'f!K\
l-inch 1 ( i ts - for ? 5-00. m r
We will continue to pay ex- . •'/. * " ■
press charges on all orders of ttf'.V'V : • >«.
$5.00 and over. C. O. I).
charges are expensive, and you
can save by remitting us the A
tmount either by registered . . •y. ■
mail, certified check or draft—
Send us your address and we will mail you out
catalogue and price list free.
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