flick Heatlacbe and relieve all the troubles inci -
dent to • blUoua state of the system, such as
Duainem, Nausea. Drowsiness. Distress after
•ating, l'alu In the Side, &e. While their most
nmarkable success has been shown in curing
fteariAehe, yet OABTER'S I.rrn.K LIVER Puts
He equal!v valuable in Const rpanVin. ctirmtr
av also «i>rrret nil disorders of 11 • si. .niacli,
mulato the lirer and regulate the bowels.
Sven if they only cured
Ache they would bo almost priceiesa to those
Pho suffer from this distressing complaint:
but fortunately their poodness does not end
fcere, and those who once try them will find
fe«se little pills valuable in so manv ways that
they will not be willing to do without them.
Bat after all sick heart
is the bane of so many lives that here is where
we make our great boast. Our pills cure it
while others do not.
CARTER'S L.ITTI.F: LIVER PILLS are rery small
and very easy to take On» or two pills make
a dose. They are strictly vesretnllle and do
Bot gripe or pur>*e, but by their gentle action
please all who use them. In vials at 25 cents;
five for sl. Sold everywhere, or sent by mail.
CABTI2 XSSKKI CO., In Icii.
halfiH U Boss, Small Price.
igxi I SI,OOO
t° "T1» who trill nmitllillil
by proof our cUun that
\ S .* >1 WILL NOT
CZpy INJURE LEATHER.
7 WOLFF & RANDOLPH.
To make an intelligent teat r> f thi*, try the foTlor7-
method: Hang; a Atrip of loather in a bottle of
Aome Blacking, and lwte it there for a day or <
month. Take it out and hang it up to dry and ex
amin« ita condition carefallv. WerecommenQ Udww
%o make a similar tent with French I>re«rin« and
Ctlemen with any hanid solution of Paate Black
ar with liquid blacking that com»s in stone jugs.
Makc-a any kind of leather
WATERPROOF, SOFT s
Us beautiful. rich, GLOSSY POLISH i) my
equaled. Saves labor and annoyance.
A PolHh Ln*t« n Month for Womfn. and
A Wt'fk forMcn«*ndonlJarnci»» Leather
even Pour 3Tontlia without renoratiag.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH. phiuibelphii.
Bold by Shoe Stores. Grocers, and detiyss funeral)y.
COUCH or COLD,
WASTINC of FLESH,
Or any I>isease trhere the Throat and
Lungs are Inflamed, Lack of Strength or
Verve Power, you can he relieved and
PURE COD LIVER OIL
PALATABLE: AS MILK.
Ask for Scott's Emulsion, and let no
explanation or solicitation induce you to
uecept a substitute.
Sold by all Drugoists.
SCOTT 4 BOWHE, Chemists. B.Y,
„ E " " CATARRH
COLD is HEAD jfA
Not a jAi/uitl, Sn 1/rf
or Powder. |C3H^V 1
Free from Injuri USA. |
011s Drugs ami gj Fri/CB
offensive Odors. * "Mklr E. f\
A particle of the Balm Is applied Intothe
■ostril. Is agreeable to use ana is quickly al>
■orbed, effectually cleansing the nasal passages
•f catarrhal virus, causing healthy secretions.
It allays pain and Inflammation, protects the
meir.Dranal linings of the head rrom additional
colds. Completely heals the sores and restores
the sense of taste and smell. Rcneflclal results
aro realized by a lew applications.
A rnoKOi'uu TREATMENT WIU. CURE.
Price (so cents at druggists; by mall, register
ed. <» cents. Circulars sent free.
«LY BROTHERS, Druggists, re; Warren St.,
Catarrh In Sot a Blood Disease.
No matter what parts it may Anally effect, ca
tarrh always starts In the head, and belongs to
the head. There Is no mystery ot the origin of
tbls dreadful disease. It begins In a neglected
cold. One of the kind that Is "sure to be better
In a few days." Thousands of victims know
how it is by sad experience. Kly's Cream Italm
•ures colds In the head and catarrh In all Its
L|l PRIVATE DISPENSARY.
jACLdy OFFICES, 328 PENN AVE.,
All forma of Delicato and Com
plicated Diseases requiring Coxi'i-
DKNTIAL and SCIENTIFIC iltdioa-
Uon are treatoi at this Dispensary with a suicess
rarely attained. Dr.S. K. Daku is a member of the
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, and is
the eldest and moat experienced SPI CIAI.IST in the
city. Special attention given to Rervou* Debility
from ezeeaslvs mental exertion, indiscretions oi
youth Ac., cauainr physical and mental decay, lack
of energy, despondency,etc.; also Cancers, Old Sores,
Fits, Piles, Rheumatism and all diseases of the Skin,
Blood, Langs, Urinary Organ a, Ac. Consultation
free and strictly confidential. OtEco hours 'J to 4 and
7toß p. in.; Sundays 2t04 p. in. only. Call at olftcc
or ad areas
9. K. LAKE, M. D.. M. R.C.P. B. or E. J. LAKE. M. D
Thouaamls barn ke<-« iieTiHaneutly cured by
A. ifi .
or loss of tiino from t>usbiess. Cases
I 'jy others wauled. Sena for < ireiftar.
CURE GUARANTEED. cmfflKKli
On th« fomalo face,
h«*ad, neck, nana,
•ars y UaDiiH, arui^
check» above iha
beard lioo aud be
tw«en the eyebrows / ) 5
! deatreyed forever StilSff
i by tke El ec trie
I Needle Operatioa
by Dr. Vau Dyck, \
Klectra Sargeoo, \ J\
tOt Pea a a "euuo, | I
I Pittsburgh. Birth /+
'marks. Molos, I
Warts, Moa'a Ked A'■
Veins of the A'one. VryGvjPr
I heade, Liver Spots
aud all di.eaficH and blemishes of tho skin,
i complexion, hair and scalp successfully
j treated by Dr. Van Dyck. The Doctor has
5 K? d years' experience in the practice of
, nis specialty, and numbers among his pa
nent» our prominent families. If you
axe afflicted with auy of the above blemishes,
aroia patent medicines and consult Dr. Van
at,,n< : e ; Special terms to all who make
tngaKemenU.this month. Book free. Euiraire
meats can be made by mail. Call on or address
Sfi. , a S« y u k ' 40 N - ,Uh " tr,!e: - Philadel
phia, er Ml I'ena avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hears » to I and 2 to 7; Sundays. 10 to s.
MIfCBTIQEBC or others.who V.-T;S •O« xa irt-a
CH I I vCVIw th s papo', or ofc!jir. estimat •»
an advertising apt.. when in Chicago, will find it on fr I '.. t
■.R.MVRTKIRJATR-: "E LORO & THOMAS.
0 "H El CITIZEN.
Go, Valentine. Ido not dare
To go*niyself and speak
The word which, like the morning air.
Shall tinpe this Hose - cheek.
Anil when you see the scarlet tint
Across her features climb,
Betraying in a blush a hint
HOTT she accepts my rhyme.
Know this: if I her heart have won, j
Her lips shall part and tell;
If I have lost, your day is done—
A swift match, and farewell.
Go, then, and while I madly Irarn
In love's devouring fire.
I live if she one word return —
Ot else, like you, expire.
Death In Milk Pails.
"Death and the dairyman go hand in
hand." So say the physicians, but the
milkmen seek revenge l>y charging a part
nership between death and the doctors.
Whatever may be the merits of either side
fit the -controversy, the warfare between
milk and medicine will probably continue
until that blest day when every babe .--hall
have its own private cow and every man
shall be his own physician. Death has
been hard worked this winter by tho in
. fluenza, which everywhere prevails, and
unless he shall soon have a respite from
his labors the Destroying Angel is likely
to be used up by overwork.
As many physicians would have the
world believe, man is born only to die, and
from tho day ho leaves liis nursa's arms
until the time he reaches the undertaker's
hands he is but traveling along a milky
way of disease and destruction, a sort of
river oi death that issneth from tho udder
of the cow and floweth direct to the grave
yard. To the mother of thirteen children,
who consume a gallon of milk per dieinC,
and to the man who slakes his thirst now
and then with a deep draught of creamy
fluid, these aro not pleasant thoughts, but
milk has been a staple article of diet ever
since cows grazed in tho Garden of Eden,
and it is likely to continue in use so long
as tho human race shall exist and the cows
The terrors that the alarmist sees in the
glass of frothy, creamy milk are like the
visions that a 12-year-old child sees in a
Thanksgiving nightmare. Tho man who
quad's his glass of milk with keen relish
and solid satisfaction sees a vision of green
fields, sleek cattle chewing their cuds in
the shade of wide spreading trees, and a
cool spring-liousa whero the j-parkling
waters of a gurgling spring bubble around
the great pans of ereani-ladon milk. This
is the bliss that accompanies ignorance of
the real and imagined ills that lurk in tho
There is no such happy lot, however, for
the man who regards the cow as his dead
liest enemy. When he opens a milk-can
he fears lest tho imago of death shall
spring out like a horrible Jack-in-the-box.
Instead of the sweet-smelling hay in tho
cow's manger he sees a trough of brewery
grains and swill, and his poisoned vision
sees a grinning skeleton on tho milking
stool instead of a rosy-cheeked maid or a
stalwart farm hand. To his prejudiced
mind the rattling milk-wagon is a clatter
ing car of death and the cheery cr}' of the
milkman is like the sound of Gabriel s
trumpet. Death knocks at tho kitchen
door and pours a quart of eight-cent poison
into the pitcher that is held forth, aud even
the kindly nurse who gives a cup ot fresh
milk to the suffering invalid is transformed
by tho suspicious man into death person
The dairyman laughs, and even the cow
smiles at the frenzy of terror into which
imaginative people work themselves over
tho milk question, aud while the suspicious
man gulps down his tumbler of milk with
a whispeied "from sudden death defend
us" the trustful man swallows his glass <>l
lacteal fluid with a long-drawn sigh of sat
isfaction and gives thanks for the creation
of tho cow.
A Sobering Machine.
The Doylestown Democrat tells of a con
trivance that was in use iu that town that
might be of considerable value nowadays if
it were revived. This contrivance was a
"sobering machine," and it is used to rid
the streets of druuken men.
It was a rough box mounted on a pair of
wheels, with a half dozen young men at
the tongue. When a drunken man made his
appearance on the streets, the machine
was brought out, run to where he was, he
was helped into it and laid oa his
back, and then run out of town. It was
not a downy bed for the occupant by any
means, and a ride of a milo would have a
wonderful sobering effect on him. The
old "bums" who came into town from the
country soon got a great dread of the "so
bering machine," and after ouo or two
rides, the}- failed to visit the place. Its in
fluence was very salutary on the same class
in the borough, and, while machine was
in use, they were afraid to appear on the
street when tipsy.
—lf you select good and healthy food
for your family, you should also look to |
the welfare of your baby. For all troub- j
les of early childhood nothing is better
than Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup, l'riee 'Si cts.
Record of merit—the popular praise ac
corded to Laxador by reason of its won- !
derful worth as a household remedy. I
Price only li.l cents.
—Did you ever stop to think what may ;
happen in a minute.
—Kindness will often succed, whero em
inent ability will fail.
—The highest rate ofintere t that wo pay
is on borrowed trouble. Things tha.t aro
always going to happen never do lap
"Only one dollar" for Hood's Sarvapa
rilla may bring you health, worth thous
ands of dollars.
—A borrowed horse and your own whip
make fast time.
—Follies and misfortune we lay to fate;
the rest to our own judgement.
—Happiness iu this life, when happiness
is btst and truest, consists in making oth
—Under divine law men must work and j
oarn their bread.
Drunkenness—Liquor Haiiit — I
In All the Worki There is But
One Cure, Dr. Haines' Golden
rt can he given in a cup uttea or conrei- with
out tlie kuowleilfre oi th«- person taking It
effecting speedy and perir.aneutcure,whether
ihe patient is a imKlerate drinker or an ;i'co
aolie wrci-w. '1 lious.mUs <>f drunkards liuvc
t>een cured wlio have taKeii tin- Cablen Spte
ilh'lu tlit'lr t « ftec wltl.-jiu tlJeir i.mivvlh'l r <*
ai.a todaj l'i-'.lKve they quit drinking of then
own free will. No l.ariufiil env.-ts results from
its administration, tint -darauteed. Send
tor circular and lull pa ticniais. Address, in
• 'lilidtMKV, (i oJ.i»!.n S i i> im ('(•., iv, I;a« eh ' I
Cincinnati, < >.
For Sale or Rent.
The house known as tho Campbell
House, in Milleratown, formerly used as n
hotel, is for sale or rent.
For particulars, inquire of I,'. I'. Scott,
Esq., or W. I'. Smith, Hntler, Pa.
Ad»OITI8E iu 4 ho CITIZEN
"Special Prices in Footwear.
Grand Sample &r Mid-Winteri
IAN ENTIRE STOCK
WARM SOODS, HEAVi' £OOES, ETC.
JTavin? just received a large line of sample Boots and Shoes from
several first-class factories, I take great pleasure in informing you of this
great sacrifice sale. Among these samples are some very fine shoes for
Men, Ladies and Misses—something suitable for dress and which will be
sold at a Yerv small margin. I have also on hand a big lot of W inter (joods
which will be sold during this sale at a great reduction. Among these a;e
75 cases Men's, Boys' and Youths' Kip Boots. A big line of Arctics and
Alaskas and woolen goods of all descriptions. Slippers, If 11 shoes, wool
shoes, with or without leather foxing, and also a big line of Holiday (»oods.
But it cau't be helped, considering the sort of weather we have been havinsr,
no snow, but a constant mud, and under these circumstances wool goods
and heavy boots can't be sold at a margin, but we will will take it as it
comes if the season is against us. We will not hold these goods, but sell
them for whatever they wi.l bring—this is tho method we have mapped tut
with the anti-backward season sale. I also intend starting Last in a few
days and will pat my whole attention to lowering the stock preparatory to
starting on my Eastern trip—so read carefully each item—note the price aod
the first time vou visit Butler call around and see me. whether you wish to
buy or not. But after you examine my prices you aro gure to buy, for you
cannot resist the bargains. lam offering—
-35 cases Men's Kip Boots at $1.50 aud upwards; 25 cases Boys' Kip
Boots at $1.25 nnd upwards: 15 cases \ ouths' Kip Boots at $1 00 and up
wards; Ladies'fine sample shoes, ranging iu prices from $1 25 to S3 00; 8
dozen Woman's calf shoes, warranted waterproof, at $1 25; 79 pairs child's
calf shoes, solid leather tip, at 90c. and SI: 300 pairs Men's calf and buff
shoes, in button, lace and Cong., at SI 25 to 52.00. Any of these shoes fully
worth from 51.75 to $2.00. Child's school shoes, heel or spring heel, tips or
plain toe, at Gsc. to 75c. Call and examine, whether you wish to buy or
not. 25 cases Men's Rubber Boots at reduced prices. Men's working shoes
in a good Brogan, Creemors or a good Buff Balmoral, with solid taps, and
for the glass house trade we have a solid brogan, hob nails, clinket heels,
which cannot be beat for wear and comfort. Call ahd see these shoes The
price will be a great inducement for you to buy. Shoemakers' supplies of
all kinds. Three brands of leather. A full stock Sheffiel sole leather.
Charles Simon's French kips. Levan calf, etc , etc. Zinc, rubber soling,iron,
Swede iron, and all nails suitable for shoemaking. Shoemakers tools of all
kind. Send for our price list and see our prices.
Rubber Goods of all Kinds.
Boston, W r oonsocket, Candee and Colchester Boots r.nd Shoes at low
prices. Medium, knee and hip rubber boots. A large line of Men's fine
dress shoes, manufactured by the leading factories ot ihe Eastern market,
cut from any material desired Kangaroo, Cordovan, Porpoise, trench calf,
etc., Machine, Acme and hand welts.
When viriting Butler, drop in and examine the well-known makes of
shoes which I will show you. Should you not desire a pair of these at
present, don't stay away but call and select far yourself a fine pair ot shoes
for future footwear. I have also ou hands 4 dozen of my o>vn make : box toe,
pegged, and fine dress shoes which will also be sold during this sale, very
cheap At all times a full stock of my own make, box toe boots, long leg,
hand sided and hand pegged. Also the celebrated Gokey boot, iu box or
This sale will last for six weeks, as about that time or two weeks pre
vious our Spring stock will begiu to arrive and the above method we have
mapped out for this special clearance sale.
Trusting you will all visit my store and secure a share of the bargains
I am offering. Boots and Shoes made to order.
Repairing, either in leather or rubber goods, done on very short notice.
Mail oiders will receive same attention as it brought in person.
A box of fine leather pomade free on application,
22 S. Main St. - - Butler, Pa
Christmas Goods for 1
A splendid line of fancy and use- ;
ful articles of every description.
Match safes—ia brass, nickel, cel
luloid, oxidized silver and rubber.
Toilet cases,manicure seta, shaving
sets, gloyes and handkerchief boxes
in leather and plush.
Odor cases in leather, plush aod
celluloid. Smoker's 6ets, vases, per
fume stands, and an endless variety
of fine goods, which must be seen to
be appreciated. All finer, nicer and
cheaper than ever before. The pub
lic is invited to call at REDICK'S
Drugstore, next to Lowry House.
Examine our goods and get our
if E M ORY
Wind wandering cured. Bocks Inarned
one reftflmjr. Testimonials fr»>m all
ffg~l W■ 'pm nart9 of tho fftobe. Prospectus FO6T
1 W Fl ru rr, tent <li application to Prof.
V A. Loi*et:e, £>. fifth Ave. New York.
Mifflin Strest Livery.
\V. U. BIEHIJ, Prop'r.
i One square west of Main St., on
: Mifflin St. Ail good, safe horsey;
new baggies and carriages. Landaus
I for weddings mid funera's. Open
I day and night. Telephone No. 24.
Hotels and Depots,
W. S. Gregg is now running a line
of carriages between the. hotels and
depots of the town.
Charges reasonable. Telephone
No. It, or Jeave orders at Hotel
Good Livery in Connection.
New Lively Stable.
—OPEN DAY AND NIGHT—
Hordes fed and boarded.
PETER KRAMER, Prop'r
39. W. Jefferson St, Butler, Pa.
J. E. Kastor,
Practical Slate Roofer.
Omenta! anil Plain Slating
Of all kinds done oil short notion.
Ollict* with W. if. Morris jNo.
7, .V Main St„ lienidence
North Elm street.
tnold f.rrn. Refer* i «•<>»,-f.Mi. rod. IVrmft-u-Ht position
p' ' 'ar* 'J « ■J*
I If you are in Doubt
What to get for Christmas
presents, you should come to
our opening oi' HOLIDAY
| GOODS, this week. We have
j such an immense line of beau
. tiful things, suitable for all
I ages, you cannot fail to be
Prices the lowest, quality
, the best.
J. H. Douglass.
The prize winning Berkshire
Boar, TOM DODDS, 18.403.
Reason for selling, cannot use
longer in herd. Also, extra
good fall pigs, either sex. sired
by Tom Dodds. Pedigrees
given with every sale and guar-'
anteed as represented or money
J. PAKK Hays,
a i* m siYi K m
l(. cun\ ::>s lor UIP sale of Nursery S!«.< !;. A full
Itxio of leading tpreialiies. Salan and expen
ses i-akl ID successful men. Xo l.xperlenee
i.eeis.-arv. Write for terms, statin;* ajfe.
mention iliis paper.) r. 1.. nooruuv
Nuiserynian, l as' Pane.
liocUe slcr. N. V.
(t M ft* £3 ? O N S ALA K V
-J< L S.y 5- 14 COMMISSION'
All tlwt Is required is a SJT Tft
character and willingness liiUS £la I ill
work. Write ar once to Ellwan- : p f? J3 j • 'jf
cor A. Barry, KocUester, N. Y.,»* Nlf ! tU
Mt. Hope Nurseries. Established lwo.
\V T ANTED—Agents t.. solicit orders for our
' * en o:ee ana liardy Nursery Stock.
Staily Work I'or Kncrpctlr Temperate Men.
Salary and expenses or commission if drefer
d. Wrlie at. once. State Age. Address.
ff. G. Chase &Co '' I'i.llad'a! V!" ' q '
A. J. FRANK k CO.
FANCY AKi> TOII.ET ARTIOES,
SPONGES, IIKI'SHES, PERFUMERY, £c'
Jjr-l'hysiclanV Prescriptions carefully coul
5 S. Main Street, Butler. Pa.
JOHN C. & A. MURDOCH,
."iOS SniirMield St., for Trees, Sccus, Lilies,
Grape Vines, Hardy Roses, Canary Birds,
Gold Fish, etc.
Descriptive Fall Catalougo mailed free.
SAI.SMEN to sell Nursery
KllM I ' SI Mock. All (ioods Warranted
H Dii I ill II l:sT( I.AsS. Permanent
II Ml! I LU pleasant, prolltable positions
fur the right men. (iood salaries ami expenses
paid weekly. Liberal Inducements to begin
ners. No previous experience necessary, out
lit iree. Write lor terms, giving age.
CIIARI.ES 11. t'IIASE. Nurseryman, Rochester, .
N. Y. Mention this paper.
NOW FOR 80 CENTS.
THIS is What our sale means in allowing Twenty Per
Cent. Cash Discount from regular prices oi All Over
coats. We are determined to dispose ol them, and
therefore offer this extraordinary inducement: I
S3O Overcoats now $24 sls Overcoats now 812 '
S2-"> Overcoats now S2O §lO Overcoats now 88
S2O Overcoats now £l6 $0 Overcoats now $ i
All intermediate prices comparatively the same, Kxtra good
values in Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Hats and Caps;
also Knit Jackets, Gloves, Underwear, Silk Mufflers, &c.
reduction in Fur and Plush Caps.
CLOTHIERS, TAILORS AND HATTERS,
161-163 FEPEmM ST.
The Great American HOG is Coming.
The Great American HOG
WE WANT MONEY !
We have too many
CLOTH WRAPS AND JACKETS.
OVER S3 f OOO WORTH.
We Will (Jet Rid of Them in This Way: We Will Sel \
$ i 00 ~ WRAPS AT $ 2 00
500 " '■ — rs& --> 250
6 00 " • -i 3 00 ,
8 00 " " 4 00 8
1000 '"- " &.?!■ " r» oo
12 SO -'• " " <> 25
13 50 ■ " 6 75
15 00 «—■„«. 7 50
18 00 "„r " 900
20 00 " 10 00
22 50 H " 11 25 (
25 00 " .Z-1Z" 12 50
This Great Sale begins on Friday, Jan. 24th. Now do -
j not come in next week and ask lor, say a Si 2 wrap at SG; and -
j when told they are all gone, say we advertise goods we do not
have. The sale begins Friday. When the sale opens,we will
have all the above goods in stock. We make the sale to sell *
them, and sell them quick, so that if you want to select from -
j the full line come in early. J
Rittei 4 & RalstonJ
Special Mounting Hats and Bonnets, Crapes
and Nuns Veiling always ready for use.
No- 18. South Main Street* - - - liXJTJLKK* I? A.
■ A solid-
CUT pKtil™"' SOMETHING NEW
?or Residences. Churchfs. Cemeteries. Farms
Gardens Gates, Arbors, Window Guards, Trellise%
Fire-proof PLASTERING LATH, DOOR HATS,
Ac. Write for Illustrated Catalogue: mailed free
CENTRAL EXPANDED METAL CO
» 116 Water fit., Pltlnburcb. I*n.
■Ordware He n keep IU Give name of this pa?o
The cheapest and neatest Fence for around
Lawns, School Lots, Poultry Y.irds, hardens,
Farms, etc. \Lao manufacturer!* of Light and Heavy
Iron Fencing:, Cresting, Sinblo Fittings, Fire
Shutters, Fire Escapes of different designs, and
kinds of I RON A>*D WiRL WORK. J
TAYLOR & DEAN,
203 and 205 Market Street. • PITTSBURGH. PA.
iT|R!|V>IbI I unfjtitl'd. and to Introduce our
Jtyr —[ r toost 1»B*S03I In each Ixml'.tr,
W ftllHp 5h "Jhanre All you have to do In
rvturn it to show our good* to
those who rail—rour neighbors
■ and th «•< around you. The b*.
AYE MOBE^y^ >, * rtnping of lbi * *«?'
•h™it the fiftieth p.rt ofiu balk . It >» * r»n<l. double iize tele
tbout the mriein
5 . d.y .11...., ftomth. ,urt.w,<h
«*" ™ Vf;f„ r vrr.'.r .t once. We p.T 111 txprr,. ch.r;e<
H H ALLETT » CO.. 80. «»«! , I'OKTLASD, MAIM j
Wm. F. Miller.
All kinds of wood-turning done to order, also
Decorated aud Carved wood- work, such as
Casing, Corner blocks. Panels and all kinds ot
fancy wood- work for inside decoration of
CALL AXD SEE SAMPLES.
Something new and attractive. Also
at iowestjeash prices.
Store at No. 40, X. Main street.
Factory at No. 59, N, Washington streei.
East Diamond - - Butler, Pa.
First Class Laundry Work in all
Branches. Lack Curtains a
Specialty. Also, Clean
ing, Dyeing and Car
Goods collected and delivered
in all parts of the town.
ANDREWS & SHUTTLEWORTD,
I*l flllpay this to our salesmen, OUTFIT
\llll|f'K JSE - Can start you at once. Send
U I U Ufor terms to
J. AUSTIN SIIAW, Nurseryman, Horlienter. VI
n«»ed do ia to abo** what '.\eaend ut> !'.:«■»" wh > call —y-rx*
friends a:.J iM-icJiJ- •
la valuabletrade f-r a\ « •»'» • • • *•;««.< •!,
tad tbu* we are repaid W • » «•*
you kaow a . :• jrua v.
•arii from ' •"* '•-) '"• ' ' '•
btIUMII «'■>., I' *
For Winter Goods.
We cannot wait any longer
and have made big Reductions
in prices on all our Winter
Now is the time to get some
genuine Bargains in
Wool Dress Goods,
Flannels and Blankets,
Hosiery and Underwear,
Millinery, Arc., Arc.
We are determined to sell
them all before it is too late,
New York Bazaar
BUTLER, - PA.
Send for Samples —l* RLti.
•Y"£U«> HA DTD ' n Philadelphia
N. V»- AV£R A SON, our »' 'bo fixed j
I. I I ' "I ;Vuo not tin* oldest shoe I W Til
\\ I"1 house in Butler. We r"£ I | We know our business.
' ' J -*aJre probably the young- V_ *
11. 1 T ~T T7^ :ue nn * richest shoe 1 *" "T We've got enough to avoid
% \ ri .house in Bntler, r"C I I the necessity of doing busi
* —* - ness on the"haud to-inouth"
% % I"1 haven t got the largest 1)1 T J IWe have a brand new one
yy it maybe t!i" | , J that is right np to date.
IV. ITT 11 haven't got the largest J") * Tf I -jWe admit that the length of
\ % p .store room of any shoe r~C I I the room liears no relation
* * -■—' house in Butler; ours is J—* V 1 to the quality of the shoes
rather short. sold in it.
V. a haven't got the biggest | ) |" T We mean to sell our share o
1 1 r1 .shoe trade in the world. I I I the line shoes handled by us.
' * we never expect to-"—' *
VI. "a~a """ ■ idon't sell eheajier than I TT fTl^ o claim that the goods are
1 y M, anybody else: on the |— C I I fully worth the jiriee.
" * -■—■ contrary our prices are-"—'
the highest ruling,
VII. 117 ■ 1 don't give credit. We 1)1 TJ I try to deal with our
a a ri .must have the money I I customers so as to make
* ™ the goods. * * -1- them our friends.
VIII. 11 to see you all 1 ) H tr j wish you to remember
\ a and give lis a trial, I"C I B where we" are located. l)o
' " if goods are not just J-* V J not forget the number; -^ —
as represented we will
cheerfully refund you
05 S. MAIN ST.
WILL HEHOVE MM IST
BLACKMOKE & GEIEB,
The Great American
HOG is Coming.
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