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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The name of the station near Cen
re.ille hat been changed to "Wick,"
Kentucky Jeans and tweeds from
12A cents a yard up, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
Eat oat meal.— Ex. \es, fill
yourself up on it until you feel liijeabran
All the new things iD Collars,
Ties, Fishus, etc., at
L. STEIN IT SON'S
—There will be preaching in Mt.
Chestnut U. P. Church on next Sabbath, Nov.
26th, at 7 o'clock, P. M.
—Merchants who advertise in the
CITIZEN report large sales. They understand
the value of printer's ink.
—Ladies' and Gents' Gossamer
Coats, very cheap, at
L STEIN & SON'S.
A new pipe line is being laid from
Hilliards to Cleveland. Oil will be pumped
through it about December Ist.
—New Blankets and Flannels, just
received, at L. STEIN & SON'S.
There will bs no change in skirts
during the winter season. — Fashion Fxchcnjt.
Which, if true, will be uuwe'eome news to the
—Full line of Yarns, Zephyrs, Can
vas and all materials for fancy work, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
The "bears'' had their own way
in the oil exchanges lasi Friday—a reported
large strike in Forest county, helping them to
fcrce the price down from $1.25 to $1.15.
Laces, Ribbons. Buttons, Corsets
Hosiery, Gloves, etc., at exceedingly
ow prices, at L. STEIN & SON'S
What is called an "electric storm,"
lost Friday interfered with the workings of the
telegraph lines and ocean cables, and that
evening witnessed an auroral display.
—Everybody invited to call and ex
amine our stock of Fall and Winter
Goods, no trouble to show goods and
quote prices, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
The residence of Mr. David Dale,
of Liberty township, Mercer county, was des
str-md bv fire on Sabbath morning the 12th.
Tha family had left for church.
—New Goods, New Goods, just re
ceived, call and examine our stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
L. STEIN & SON.
Friends in distant States to whom
the CITIZEN IS sent will oblige by giving at
tention to tbe notice in another place relative
to the commencement of a new volume.
—Bead and Satin Cord, Passemen
terie and Ornaments, at low prices, at
L. STEIN & SON'S
—The well on the DnfTy farm a mile
or so west of town, and which is being put
down by McConnell, Reiber and others, is ex
pected to be completed this week.
We have the largest and best line
of Black and Colored Cashmeres ever
shown in Butler, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
—David M. Kelvey, Jr., of Hil
liard's mills, spread some damp powder before
a fire in the house to dry, and a spark from the
fire caused an explosion which shattered the
—Plnshes, Plush Ribbons and Vel
vets, a full line at Mrs. S. Sloan's, Cun
ningham street. novls-5t
The other day a horse tied near
the bridge over the Kinnia creek, McKcan
county, got loose and walked safely over the
bridge on a two foot plank walk. The struct
ure is over 2,000 feet long and 301 feet high.
Dolmans, Coats, Jackets,etc., etc ,
at very low prices, at
L. STEIN &, SON'S.
Most of our readers will probably
be surprised to learn that there are yet over
sine hundred producing oil wells in this coun
ty, but the average daily production is only
from two to three barrel*.
Linen Handerkerchiefs, Colored
Border Handkerchiefs, Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, etc., etc., at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
Reed Johnson missed a saw, an
are and some other articles from his shanty
on the Ferd Reiber place a few days ago, and
had R. Cricks and H. Young arrested. Young
was discharged but Cricks was held ovet for
See the splendid line of Cloths.
Sacking, Flannels, Waterproofs, etc..
AT L. STEIN & SON'S.
—Ed. B. Fish, of Summerhill, dis
covered a rare curiosity while husking corn
one day last week. It is an ear of corn with a
hollow cob, the corn growing on the inside as
well as on the outside of tne cob. The. hole
through the ear in about half an inch in diame
Sewing Machine attachments and
repairs of all kinds, at Grief's Jewelry
—Bntler has been unusually dull
lately. An auction sale of some horses belong
ing to the windmill men, drew the only crowd
that we noticed in the town last week. This
wile took place on the Diamond, last Thurs
day noon, and that night the agents had a high
old time in one the saloons of the town. They
paid for all the beer the crowd drank, and also
for the music—two fiddles and a horn.
—Bed comfortables, Quilts, Spreads,
Blankets, etc., etc., at
L. STEIN SL SON'S.
—The small operators in oil had a
bad game played on them last Friday. The
Standard Oil Co., forcud the price down ten
cents, enough to make many of the "lambs"
lose their margins, and then, through their
brokers in the Exchange, raised the margins
from one hundred to two hundred dollars on a
thousand barrels. Next day the company was
a heavy buyer.
Send or leave your order for a
Sewing Machine, of any make, at
Grieb's Jewelry store. may3l-tf
Witberspoon Institute will give a
Litcrarv and Musical entertainment at the
Court House on Thursdav evening, Nov. 23.
The students of the Institute will offer their
bent in declamation, reading, recitations, orig
inal oration? and vocal and instrumental music.
The Germania Cornet Band will enliven the
occasion with some of their choicest selections.
Performance to begin at 7:30. Tickets at
Heincman's and the Butler Savings Bank.
—A lot of second-banded Watches
cheap for cash at E. Grieb's
—A neighboring exchange eays "a
olony of unmarried ladles in being formed in
Mercer, having for it* purpose the establishing
of a colony somewhere iu the great Northwest,
with a view of engaging iu agricultural pursuits
and other business enterprises. It is under
stood (hat they design purchasing and home
■teading as much land as possible in one large
tract, to be worked on the co-operative plan.
Matrimony is to be strenuously discountenanc
ed. Men can lie hired to work, but marriage
not be tolerated.
Fresh bread and cakes always on
hand at the City Bakery, Yogely
—On December 6th the much talked
of transit of Venus will take place. Fortu
nately, Pennsylvania will be just as g >od a place
to watch it as could be found by traveling 10,-
000 miles. It is therefore In order for all who
want to observe this rare occurrence to get their
smoked glasses ready iu time, for the next one
will not come along until the year 2004, at
which time of all the fourteen hundred millions
of people now living, it is not likely that a
■ingle one will be alive.
—Ladies', Gentlemens' and Chil
drens' Underwear, very cheap, at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
The Winter Term of the \\ ith« r
spooii Institute will open on Moutlay, Dec. 4.
Some of our merchants have al'
ready received their stock of holiday goods.
Ste a womaui in another co'wun. on horse
back, picking ci'»pt>3 fro;t_ wliich Speerß I'ort
Grape Wine ia rr.<ule. aud that is BO highly es
teemed by tho medicsl profession, for the use ot
invalid*, -reaklv poisons and the aged. Sold by
Meals and Lunches at all hours,
cheap at the Home Club Restaurant,
oue door east of Lowry House.
Afternoon ten? are now consider
ed very lnn.-li tiie kick lor those who can buy
or i;< t credit lor the toa.
For canvas aud materials lor I*an
cy Work, go to Mrs. S. Sloan's, Cun
ningham street uovls-5t
—Some mean rascals arc counter
feiting the Bland dol'ar, in full view of the
fact tli"t without tiie letr-il t< n ler attachment it
would be worth only bT cent*.
Lunches tnd meals can be had at
all fc(uie al Murieon's City Bakery
Vogely House block.
The Scientific American is now
considered oue ol the b-jst scientific pajiers pub
lished in the World. The price is $3.20 per
year and can be ordered through us.
_Ho-e's is tho place for your oys
ters, either stewed, fried, ou half shell,
or by the quart.
September was a remarkably dis
astrous month from a nautical stand-point.
Ninety-two sailing vessels, inciudsnjr nineteen
American, and eight steamers iucluding one
American, were reported lost.
For imported cheese, or any other
kind, call al Hot-e's Home Club Res
taurant, one door east of Lowry
—A youth named George Grimes,
is on trial at Erie, charged with a gross crime.
It is alleged that he lias a doable or exact
counterpart, who is the actual perpetrator of
all the crimes laid to Grimes, the resemblance
extending even to the clothes and linen, as
well as the features of the accused.
Dr. Cunningham, of Zelienople,
informs us that there have been 77 cases of
typhoid fever in Zelienople and immediate vi
cinity, during the past summer, that 430f these
cases have been under his care, aud that he is
now attending ten cases of fever.
—For elegant loDg feathers go to
Mrs. S. Sloan's, Cunningham street
—Our packet of papers for Bovard
postoffice, sent week before the election, had
not reached there at latest accounts. We are
at a loss to know the cau.se. It any such
case hapoened at any other office, or it hereaf
ter our papers fail to.reach their offices in due
time, we would be obliged to the P. M. for
immediate information uii the subject.
We direct attention to the pros
pecti of the Harper Bro's Publications for
18#3. "Harpers" stands at the head of all
American Magazines and probably for styje and
matter has no superior in the World. "Har
per's Young People," yet in its second year has
already become a favorite with the school child
ren of the whole nation. We will secure any
or all ot these publications for such of our
readers as wish us to do so. For terras sec the
Highest price paid in cash for
buckwheat aad buckwheat flour, at
Boos' Store, south end of Main street,
Butler, Pa. tf.
All the way from Madrid comes
the cablegram that Isabel, the "new infant
born last night," is dangerously ill. The
America public does not like to be stinted in
its information, even when (hut information is
to be supplied by the costly cable; nor is the
American publie over particular in a grammat
ical way, and lherei<re would not, on that
ground, object to the word "new" as used by
the Madrid man, but the American public
does want an occasional opportunity to draw
on its imagination.
Plushes, Velvets and Velveteens
in all the new shades, just received
IT L. STEIN & SON'S.
The annual meeting of the Butler
and Lawrence Coal, Iron and Oil Association,
was held in Philadelphia on the 2d inst. The
officers of the Ass-x-iation. all of Youngitown,
are Thomas 11. Wells, President, Paul Wick,
Treasurer, Caleb B. Wiek, Secretary. The
leases owned by this company cover 20,000
acres of coal and oil land in Butler and Law
rence counties. The Pittsburgh & Western
Itailroad and the projected road from Red Bank
run through the land. Extensive preparations
will be commenced at once, looking toward the
development of tbe territory.— New Castle
Fresh oysters received twice a
week at the City Bakery, Vogely
Mr. James Gibson, a farmer re
siding near Fairview, Beaver county, commit
ted suicide by banging himself a few days
since. He had takeu a halter strap and fasten
ed one end of it to the stake oi'a fence about
seventy-five yards from his dwelling, with th#
other pnd ground his neck, and from the pos
ture of the body, it seemed that he had pulled
back on the strap until life was extinct. The
only assignable reason for the ra#h act was,
that he had beeome troubk-d in mind, in re
gard Jo a filth interest of a farm on which he
lived," going to cr belonging to a deceased
brother's heirs, Mr. (i. WW ah .at 50 years of
age, and leaves a widow and one son.
The planet Saturn is nearer the
F.arth now, than it has been for nearly thirty
years. Saturn's orbit is several hundred mil
lions of miles outside that of the Earth, and
it gets around the Suu only once in thirty of
our years, although it revolves on its axis once
in every twelve hours—if we remember right.
Days half as long as ours and years thirty
times as long, seem a strange order of things to
us. The astronomers says that Saturn is now
not over ".">0,000,000 miles from us and is get
ting nearer. We have some potatoes to spare
this year and when it gets a little nearer, we
might shy a few sacks of them over to the peo
ple of that planet in exchange for a few sacks
For a good bowl of soup, stop at
Rose's, one door east of Lowry House.
About a year ago two children of
a roan named ljeineuian, who lives in Alle
gheny city, were taken from him for alleged
cruelty, and placed in charge of a guardian
who placed them in the Orphan's Home here.
On Wednesday last, Mr. 11. appeared at the
Hoiue with and order from the guardian for
the two boys. Mr. Prugh, the Superintendent
of the Home, was away at the time and his
wife hesitated about giving up the children,
not knowing whether the order was genuine,
when Ileineman displayed a pistol and threat
ened to kill somebody, if he did not get them.
His childen were then given to him, and when
Mr. Prugh came home, he went to the city, and
finding that the order was genuine let the mat
ter drop. Heinenian's children were taken
from him, l>ecause he praotioed the Baun
schiedt syMeni of hypodermic injections upon a
sick infant which died. He is said to have
made about 3(H) punctures with a sharp instru
ment, upon its back and abdomen to cure it.
The case attracted much attention at the time.
Stamping Qone to order at Mrs.
Sloau's, Cunningham street. novls-5t
Some youth "to fortune and to
fame unknown" has discovered the secret of o'l
deposits in Pennsylvania. This young man is
a scientist and writes up a big fish itory. His
theory is that at the time of the deluge the
whales of the world gathered in great schools
and on the subsidence of the waters were lock
ed in pools in the mountain gorges. He inti
mates that one hundred billions of whales hail
time to develop to maturity before the great
oyclone struck the earth. These whales sub
sisted for a time, but aoon succumbed to the
sun's heat and relapsed into a liquid state be
coming so many barrels of oil. A large num
ber of these antediluvian whales stranded in
Pennsylvania and are Uoating about in u
liquid stale beneath the crust which now forms
the Status's surface. J'he result of all this htyi
been that every now and then some li)cky indi
vidual punctures the crust, strikes a whale and
is rewarded by a "gusher." This is a valuable
contribution to the oil literature of the State,
' but what the scientist wants is money. His
' desire is to pierce the crust and take a plaster
1 cast of one of the cavities which contain oil and
• he guarentees the cast will have the form of a
WANTED. — Agents to sell Singer
The Singer Mfg. Co.,
J. K. Spaug, Ag't., Butler, Pa.
Qpje lltitljfc*? (KitX36zn : Hail**, P««* 15» 1882#
. j \oteß on Current Eveins.
| Nebraska has buried the female suf
frage amendment under 20,000 or 30,
000 majority, the measure seeming to
share the general revulsion of feeling
t in the West against prohibition, for
; while every Prohibitionist is not in
: favor of female suffrage, every support
er of the last is a Prohibitionist. Or
, egou votes next on this change and is
| well-nigh certain to rote the proposed
amendment down. Since this exten
sion of the suffrage came to be talked
about in the chilly light of day, it has
not the ghost of a show
There are in the United States 80
establishments engaged in the manu
facture of petroleum, having a capital
of $27,395,740, and employing about
10,000 persons at a total yearly wages
list of $4,381,572. In the census year
the number of gallons of crude oii used
was 731, 533,127, valued ut $1G,340,-
581; the total value of raw material,
including fuel, chemicals, barrels, etc.,
was $34, 990,101: the total value ofthe
manufactured products was $43,705,-
218. Of illuminating oil the make was
11,002,249 barrels, worth $26,839,613.
It is the oil, and not the facts, that is
to be made light of.
It is known that Postmaster-Gener
al Howe favors postal telegraphy and
postal savings-banks. He is quoted
as saying that the Post-Olßce Depart
ment has "at present a monopoly of
ail the slow methods of transmitting
letters, while corporations enjoy the
exclusive privilege of sending by the
rapid system messages and business
communications. In my opinion the
Post-Office Department ought to be
equipped with every facility for postal
telegraphy. The Government tan do
it cheaper than companies, and certain
ly with the same promptness." He
will urge the matter on Congress in (
his report. He suggests, in regard to
a reduction of postage, that instead of |
a two-cent letter rate the government
try the experiment of selling stamped s
envelops in place of stamps, for the j
present rates. This is a new idea, but (
we doubt if it would meet the public 1
demand for cheap postage. i
The lowa Prohibitory amend ment
has been pronounced null by a district
court in the State because as finally
passed by the House the words "or to
be used" were omitted in the phrase
"keep for sale as a beverage or to be
used " The provisions in regard to
the journals of the two chambers, the
passage of bills and tbe passage of
constitutional amendments for sub
mission to the people, are the familiar
clauses on the subject repeated in near
ly all of our State constitutions. The
Courts in Illinois, tbe Circuit there and
the Supreme Court at Washington
have all held, as have Eastern Courts,
that the journals of the Legislature
can be used to show that a bill was
passed or was not passed as to make
it law, although the Courts have, in
New York State, declined to hear
proof that the journals were inaccu
rate. The real point that; goes up for
final decision in lowa is whether a
verbal change in passage vitiate s tbe
amendment. Slight changes, it has
been held, do not. In addition, the
yeas and nays on the amendment
were never entered on the journal of
the Legislature. This is to the fuil as
serious as tbe other, and may alone be
enough to upset the amendment.
The change of values in the city of
New York is suggested by the recent
sale of tho old l'ostoffiee site in Nassau
steet to an insurance company for
sfiso,ooo. Tbe Dutch Reformed Con
sistory bought the site in 1731, or a
century and a half before, for less than
$3,000. The bell presented to the
church the same year now hanjrs in
the tower of the Collegiate church at
Fifth Avenue and Forty Eighth street.
The old church building that is now
being pulled down has had an unusual
history, serving during tbe Revolu
tion as a British riding sboool, and for
many years as a postoffice for the me
tropolis. It will now give place to
another of those great ten-story struc
tures that stretch skyward and make
lower New York picturesque to the in
comer on the bay.
The account given in a report re.
cently received in Washington from
Lieut Ray, commanding the signal
service station at Point Barrow, Alas
ka, of tho loss of the steamer North
Star on the Bth of Julv last, illustrates
the terrible power of the ice pack in tho
Arctic sens, and the suddenness with
which it sometimes closes upon a ship
with irresistable force. The North
Star had approached the s-tatlon within
about three miles, and then tbe ice
closed upon her, and she could get no
further. She lay there a whole day
apparently in no special danger, al
though she could not move. Sudden
ly, says Lieut. Ray, "we heard a great
shout raised by the crew, and we could
also hear her timbers breaking. In
twenty minutes she was out siijht."
Lieut, llay at once went off to the as
sistance of the sunken vessel's crew, 47
in number, who had got out up
on the ice, and where all saved. But
for the fact that tbe accident happened
so close to shore, and within sight and
hearing of the signal service station,
the loss of the North Star might have
furnished another terrible story Arctic
Chicago's First CHi/.eii.
The Chicago Tribune, iu closing an
elaborate article on Hon. Carter 11.
Harrison, Mayor of that city, gives the
following as Mr. Harrison's opinion of
St. Jacobs Oil: ''When I first found
myself suffering from the rheumatism,
my leading thought naturally was to
call a physician, but my neighbors all
ad vised me to try St. Jacobs Oil, the
Great German Remedy. I procured
some of it immediately, and found it
excellent for that ailment.
Court lloiiHe ftotea.
Henry Frederick has brought suit
against the trustees of the E. L.
School Ass'n of Summit twp., claim
ing S2OO and some interest.
John A. Tilfer has brought suit vs.
John Timblin for Slander.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE FOR
WEAKLY PERSONS. — This excellent
product of the grape is prescil ed and
used by the leading physicians in the
Country, when a generous and nourish
ing wine is desirable; especially for
females, aged persons and consump
tives; and by churches for communion.
Hundreds of New York physicians
have visited Speers Vineyards and
Wine Cellars, but twelve miles dis
tant from New York, aud pronounced
his wine pure and excellent. For sale
BV, I). 11. WULLER.
J-gPAdvertise in the CixiztN
Burlington JVt , .far l . 25 188*2
| I have Downs' Elixir exclu
! sively for myself and in my-family for
a score or more of years, and always
keep it with me. WARREN GTUHS,
President Vermont Life Ins. Co.
Fairhavco, Vt., Jan. 1, 1882
I prefer Dowtis' El x*-r to %n#«rOther
cough remedy for children, on
account of its tunij- and expectorant
GEO. 11. HARRIS.
—Through tra ;, .;s over h* I'. «te W.
l>etween liuffn!'» and Pittsburgh, via.
Butler, are promised fur the Ist, of
—Pine Grove Normal Academv
The winter term will begin Tuesday,
December 5, 1882. Expenses very
low. Tuition SB. Total expeuses- for
an entire term of thirteen weeks on the
self-boarding plan S3O. Clubbing
plan, tuition SB. Room, provisions,
cookinjr, etc., §25. Total, $33. Board
ing, everything found, $42. Winter
term is the best term of the year. Send
for catalogue containing full informa
tion ISAAC C. KETLER, Principal,
Wolf Creek P. 0., Mercer Co., Pa.
—Associate Judge McCandless,
Commissioner Collins and Cal. Christie,
Esq., left for the wilds of Elk county
last Monday morning, where they in
tend to hunt deer
An Extritordiimry CIINP.
AUSTIN, TEXAS, Feb. 20th, 1880.
To Mr. J. W. Graham, Druggist:
Dear, Sir: —My ease was an acute
form of bronchitis, and was of one and
a half years duration. I employed
the best medical aid possible, but fail
ed rapidly, until the doctors said I
would die—th.it my case was incura
ble. Thrown upon tny own resources,
I got a bottle of Dr. Wm. Hall's Bal
sam for the LuDgs, and in six hours
felt a decided relief. In three days
the cough almost disappeared. Now
that my chances of iife are good for
many years, I earnestly reccommend
the above to every sutferer of lung or
throat disease. C. O. LATHKOP
Baker's Pain Panacea cures Pain i n
man and Beast. For use externally.
FALL AMD WINTER.
Extraordinary Large and Attractive
stock of New Fall Dress goods, Silks,
Plushes, Velvets, &c.
Attractive Prices. Bargains in all
kinds of .Dry Goods and Trimmings,
Cashmeres Black and Colored—the
very best goods for lowest prices.
Hosiery, Passmentries, Spanish and
Guipure Laccs, Ladies' cloths in all
shades, Flannels, Blankets, Ladies',
Gents' and Cliildrens' Underwear,
Towels, Napkins. Table Linens, yarns,
Gloves, Jeans, Cassimeres, Tickings,
Muslins, (guilts, Lace Curtains,
Shawls, Buttons, Fringes, Corsets and
Infant's Ilobes, Skirts, Capes, Hoods
and Sacks, Fur Trimmings, Ladies',
Misses' and Childrens' Coats and
Jackets, Ladies' Dolmans, &c.
Our assortment and our Low Prices
—(|uailty of goods considered--are the
inducements which we offer. Give me
a call. A. TROUTMAN, Butler, Pa.
Miss M. 11. Gilkey keeps constantly
on hand a full supply of the newest
Millinery and Trimmings, Boys' Hats,
Black and White Laces, Ruchings,
Collars, Old Ladies' Caps, Infant's
Kuit Goods, Gloves, Stockings and
Stocking Supporters, Ladies' aud
Misses' Corsets, Hair Goods and Hair
Nets, Buttons and Dress Findiugs,
Fine Yarns and materials for Fancy
Work, Perfumery aud Toilet Powders.
Dress and Cloak making done to order.
Go to J. F. T. Stehle for your toys
—best selection in the town.
Hats, Caps, and Gents furnishing
goods, at low prices, at J. F. T. Stehle's.
Call at J. F. T. Steh'.e's before pur
chasing your toys—prices to suit the
Dolls of all kinds at J. F. T.
You will be surprised to see the
stock that J F. T. Stehle has in toys
—baby dolls a specialty.
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- eal than the ordii ary kinds, ai_d c miiot be sold
in competition with the multitude of lo* UMt»,
short weight, alum aud phosphite powder*.
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SHERIFF'S "BALKS. |
BY virtue of rnndry writs of Scl. Fa., Fi. Fa.,
Al. Fi. F*.,.AI. Lev. Fa., Leviri Facias and Ven
ditioni Exponas, issued oat of the Court of Com
mon Ploiis of Butler county, and to me directid,
there will be exposed to public sale, at the
Court House, in the borough of Butler, on
Monday, the 4th day of December,
A. D., 1882, at one o'clock, p. m., the following
described properly, to-wit:
ED Xo 48, Dec T, 1882. W H Lusk, attorney •
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Daniel Daffy of, in and to fourteen acresot laud,
more or less, situate in Wiufield twp, Bntler
Co, Fa, bounded as follows, 10-wit: On the north
by Wm Smith find wife, eaft by John Fleming,
south by Daniel Duffy, west by Butler and
Freeport Turnpike; mostly cleared, frame
house and stable and orchard thereon. Seized
and taken in execution as the property of
Daniel Duffy, at the suit of W. 11. Byerly.
EUNolil, Dec. T, 18S2. C McCandless, att'y
All the righl, title, interest and claim of R P
Scott of, in and to ail that certain piece or par
cel of land situate in Venango twp., Bntler Co,
Pu, bounded and described as follows: On the
north by lands of Thomas Stalker, on the east
by lands of John Byersand others, on the south
by lands oi Eli Campbell and ou the west by
lands of T Stalker, containing one hundredand
twenty acres, more or less, beiug part of the
same granted by Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania to John Campbell by patent dated July
2oth, 1850, enrolled in book vol 47, page 3'i.i
aud which said John Campbell by his last will
and testament devised to Robert C Campbell,
who bv his deed dated the 7th day of April, A
I), l ,7J, recorded indeed book. No 23, page 486
—and which li D Thompson, Sheriff of Butler
county, by dated the 14th day of March, A
D, 1870, recorded in deed book No 27. page 4DO
conveyed to John M Thompson, who by his
deed, dated the—day of August, A D, 1874,
recorded in deed book ou, page 415, conveyed
to the grantor hereof with the improvements,
buildings Ac., thereon. Seized and taken in
execution es the property of K P Scott at the
suit of J W Starr, Rebecca J IStarr, his wife in
right of and for use of Rebecca J Starr.
E D No, 28 Dec, T, 1882. 1L P. Scott, att'y. ,
All the right, title, interest aud claim of ; I
Hugh Collins, of, iu and to fifty (50) acres of I
land, more or less, situated in Parker town- j
ship, Butler county, Pa., bouuded as follows, I
to wit: On the north by Itaiali Collins, east by |
Martha McNamara, et al., south, by Widow i
Sykes, west by John McCaffertv; a two-story
frame dwelling house, frame bank bnru. log
house and two orchards thereon, mostly clear
ed. Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Hugh Collins, at suit of C. Scott.
E D No 50, Dec T, IWW. C. McCaudless,
All the light, title. Interest and claim ol
Jccob llcpler, of, iu and to a lot or piece
of ground situate In the borough ol F»ir
view, Buller county, containingJ*>o by 180 feet,
more or les», bounded on the norih by Em-
Kay, cast by E Knouse, South by Wa&lilugton
street and west by Esq. nay, a two-story fruluc
dwelling house and frame stable thereon.
Sieze.f and taken in elocution as the propeiiy
ol Jacob licplcr at ihe sailol M. N. Miles.
E D No. 61, Dec T, ISBi. C. McCaudlens,
All the right, title, iutcrest aud, claim o'
Jacob Hepler of, iu and to a lot or parcel o 1
grouu'l situate ic the borough of Kalrvlew
Buller county, Pa., containing 60 by ISO leel"
more or lew, bouuded on the north by Esq.,
Kay, east by E. Knouse, south by Washington
street and west by Esq. Ray, a two-story frame
dwelling house aud frame stable thereon. Slezed
aud taken into execution a.* the property of
Jacolt llepler, at the suit of Geo. H. Graham A
William Wilson, Administrators, etc , lor use.
F, 1) No 25, Dec T, 18*2. R P Scott, attorney.
E DNo 29. Dec T, 1882. Lusk & liraudon
All the right, title, interest and claim of Jas.
HazVtt of, in and to one hundred acres of land,
more or less, situated iu ConuoquenesMiig ana
Forward townships, Butler county, Pa, bound
ed as follows, to-wit: On the north by Leslie
llazclett and Casper Fair, east by Jacob
Rose, et al, south by Peter Raider, west by
Dam bach, mostly cleared a two-story brick
dwelling house,frame barn aud log barn weather
boarded, out-buildings and two orchards thereon.
Seized aud taken in execution as the property
of Jumes Hazeled at the suit of Alexander and
Artcrs for use, and Andrew Blakely for use.
ED No 54, Dec T, 1882. C McCandless, att'y_
All tho right, title, interest and claim of
John Dougherty of, in and to ten (10) acres of
land, more or less, situated in Butler borough,
Butler county, Pa, bounded as follows, to-wit:
On the north by Mr* McClure, east by Judge
Brediu, south by John Berg et al, west by
street of Greer, et al; partly ti*nber, atwo-story
brick dwelling house, frame stable, eoal bauk
Hud fruit trees thereon. Seized and taken in
execution as the proj>erty of John Dougherty
at the suit of Butler Savings Bank for use.
E D No. s«8, Die. T, lt>«a C. McCandieM ,
All ilie ilgbt.tille, interest nod < lalra ol Johu j
Pollock 01, in and to seventy-three (TO) acre* of
liind, inuie or lest, situated 1 In Venango town
ship, Butkr county, Pa., bounded as follows,
to wit: on the north by T. K. Kerr, east by
Wonderly heirs nod Win. Bartley, south by
Widow Gibson and Geo. H- Gibson, west by
John MeCnllleler, et al., about 80 acres cleared,
n cue and cne-balfstory frame boose, frame
barn and fro it trees thereon. Seized and taken
in execution as the property of Juhn Pollock,
at the suit of John J. Wilson, Administrator ol
John Smith, dee'd.
E D No 47, Dec. T, ISB2. W. H. Lusk,
All the right, title, interest and claim of S. W
Noah A P. J.Nobe 01, in and to two lots of
ground situate In the berough of Duller, Butler
county, Pa.. containing 3b by 140 leel, more or
less, bounded north by J. Dougherty, east by
street, south by Peon street end west by Henry
Miller, fenced. Slezed and taken In execatlon
tu Hie property ofS. W. Noah and P. J. Nohe
at the suit of Valentine Felirel.
E DNo 23, Dec. T, 1883. C. McCandlea*.
All the right, title. Interest and claim ol
Jainea P, Parker, ol iu and to all that cerlsln
piece, parcel or tract ol land situate in Parker
township. Butler county Pa., bounded and de
scribed as lollows . beginning nt the Porks, one
leading Irom Lawrencburg u> Murriiuville, the
other from Lawrenceburg to Martinsburg,
thence along tbe northerly side ol the lust men
tioned rooti south 60 degrees west 18 8-10
perches to a post, thence along the uortherly
bide oI the road leading to North Washington
north 6C degrees west 16 1-10 perches to a post,
thence along tbe southerly side of n street 40
leel In width, north 43 degrees cast £0 4-10
perches to a post on tbe aforesaid road Iruilng
to Murriiifville, thence along the southerly
side of said rosd south 47 degrees east S3 4-10
pert-lies to a post, tbe place ol fwirluiilng, con
laiulng 'i acres aud 48 perches, more or less, a
iwo-slory fame dwelling hou-e, frame (lore
house |t,-aine stable and out-buildings thereon,
"ieaert mid taken in execution as the property
of Jaiues P. Parker at the salt of Peter Mc-
Gough, Assignee ol Piuker Savings Bank.
ED No 22, Dec T, 1882. C McCandleta, att'y
AH the right, title, interest and claim of Jas
P Parker of, in and to all that certain piece or
parcel of land situate in Parker twp, Butler Co,
Pa, hounded aud discribed as follows: Begin
ning at a post on the Lajrrenceburg turnpike
the most uortherly oorner of the piece, thence
by lands of Owen Thomas south 3 degrees
west 57.25 perches to a post; thence by the'
same north 89 degrees west 81 perches; thence
by lands of Morgan Hi degrees east 142 per
ches to a post on a road; thence by lands of the
! Cooper farm Oil company north 591 degrees
east 65 perches; thence north 44 decrees east
| 551 perches to a post; thence by said lands of
I Jss Parker, Geo Cooper and Dr Joseph Eggart
noi th 02% degrees west 42 1-9 perchea to a post;
thence by said lands of the aaid Kggart north
degrees cast 9 perches to a post; thenoe by
the samo north 54!* degress west 5 2-3 perches;
thence north degrees east 20 perches to
the p.>st on the Lawrencebnrg turnpike; thenoe
along said turnpike north 55pj decrees west 59
perches to a post; thence uorth s<f degrees
went 26 perches, thenco north 4HU degrees
12 1-5 jierehes to a poet the place of beginning,
containing 117 acres, more or less, mostly clear
ed frame dwelling bonne, bank barn. 4 produc
ing oil welle,and machinery,coal banV,Ac,thereon
Seized and taken in ciocuuuu as Iho property of
James P Parker at the suit of Peter McOoagh,
Assignee of Parker Bank.
E D, No 22, Dec. T, ISB2. C. Mc<audle.-«
All the rlubt, title, interest and claim of
James P. Parker, 01. in and to. two (2) acres ol
Innd, more or less, sit uaied in Parker town
ship, Butler county. Pa., bounded as follows,
to wit: On the north by road leadlug to Mur
rinsvillc, soulh by road Icidiug to North Wash
ington, west by lands of Jas. Elliott and John
Hoover, East by a forty-fool street, Including
lots No. 6 and 7, In the plan of lots in said twp.
laid out by P. Will; a two-story frame dwelling
house, frame stable and oul buildings thereon.
Seized ar>d laken In execution •»* the property
of James P. Parker al the suit of Peter Mc-
Gougb, assignee ~f Parker Savings Bauk.
E D,No 08, DecT, 188 i. W. A. Porquer, att'y
All the right, title, Interest and claim of W'
1,. Daubcnspeck, of, in and to fitly (50) acres oof' f
land, more or less, situate in Washington twp.
Hutier county. Pa., bounded an follows, to-wit;
On tbe Noith by Jaco*" Daubenspeck, East by :
James L. Conu, South by Ester llnlchlson,
Went by public rosd , mostly cleared; a two
siory Irauie dwelling bouse, frame bam, oul
building* and orchard thereon. Seized and
taken In execution as the property ol W. L.
Daubenspeck at ihe suit ol John Mnrrin, ad
ministrator ol Henry Gortacrly, dee'd.
7, D, No. 67. Dec. T 1882. 8. F. Bowser,
All ihe right, title, interest and claim of John
Kapp of, in and to four (4) acres of laud, more
or leea, situated In Allegheny township, Bntler
Co., Pa., bounded aa follows, to wit i on the
northeast by Boeenbery and Mercer turnpike or
public road, southwest by lane, west by private
road aud laud of John Kapp containing 4 acres,
more or le«e, cleared aud fenced, a brick dwel
ling home, frame stable and out-buildings
thereon. Seised sod taken into execution as the
property of John Kapp, at the suit of C. A.
lloeenberry for use.
I£ D, No. «■'>. Dec. T, 18W W, D Brandon,
A'l tba right, title. interest and claim of Wft
J. Armstroi.g, of, in and to all that certain trartt,
lot or p*rceY of l*nd lyin»t and situate in the
town*hip of Jefferson, county of Butter, P*.,
bounded aud described u follow*: beginning at
a post on the northwest corner «f the farm
formerly owned by John II Aramtrnji. doe'd.
thence by land* of John Arthurs toath M 9 S-4
degree* east 36 perchee to the niddle of the
Baxonborg road, tbenoe Booth 36 degree* ia*t
by landa of Maggie A. Snyder and Jamee A-
Armstrong 13S perches to a poet on the Bax
onburg road, thence north 99 I*4 degree* eeet
by landa of J. B. Caldwell »3 S-1U perchee to a
poet, thence north 0 9-4 degree* eeet by lands
of Rebecca 3. Critcblow 100 petcbes to the
pier » beginning, containing 98 acres. More or
le.\ all cleared and fenced. Hiese I sad taken
in execution as the properly of W. I. Arm
strong. at the suit of Francis Lenier.
TKKMS OF BALE.—The following must b*
strictly compiled with when property is stricken
1. When the plaintiff or other lien creditors be
come the purchaser, the costs on the writs muss
be paid, and a list of the liens, tncludln* mortimg
searches on the propertjr sold, together with *»»•
lieu creditor's receipt* for the amount of the p«o
--ceeds of the sale of such portion thereof as be may
claim, itiust be lumished the Bherlß.
2. All bids must lie paid In full.
3. All sales not settled immediately will be con
tinued until 1 o'clock, r. n. of next day, at wblok
time all property not settled for winag*ln be put
up an«l sold at the expense and risk of tfie
1 »th Bdltlon, paje ««. and
Smith's Forms. page""thoMAS DOJf AQHY,
Sheriff of But £ r County.
Sheriff's offlce. Butler. Pa.. No'. IMb, im.
The Register hereby gires notice that tha
following accounts of bxecntors, and Adminis
trators and Guardians hare been nlcd in his
office according to law and will be presented to
Court for continuation and allowance on Wed
nesday, the 6th day of December, A. D.,
at 2 o'clock, F. U.
Ist. Final account of James lie rrtaon, Guar
dian of Margaret A. Millisen, minor child of
Hiram Millisen, dee'd.
2d. Final acoount of J. H. Shannon, Ad
ministrator of 8. K. Shannon, lnte of * ranklin
"Id! Piaai acoonnt of R. B. Alexander Ex
ecutor of M. M. Alexander as hied by M. t.
Alexander, Administrator of B. B. Alexander,
4>h. First and final ac ount of Peter Btnta
| and Albert Smith, Executors of Conrad Stutx,
late of Penn twp., dee'd.
sth. Final account of Dand Patton, Admin
strator of Ann Clark, late of Concord twp.
6th. Flail tccount of Win. H. Gallagher,
Administrator if the «*tat« of PeUr Gal Is f bar,
late of "Franklin twp, dee'd. - . r
7th. Final account of John Spahn, Executor
of the last will and testament of Martin Otm,
late of Summit twp., dee'd. . . , .
Bth. Final account of A. Drebert, Admiaia
trator of Conrad Drebert, late of Jackson twp.,
de »th. Final account of William Mintoer Ad
ministrator and Trustee of William Matthews,
late of Donegal twp , dee'd.
10th. Final and distribution aeenunt «
James Dugan, Executor of Ww. Dugan, late of
Marion twp.. dee'd.
11th. Final account of Ira Btaoffer, Guar*
dian of John Stouffer his ward (wrer age.)
12th. Final account of Margaret McGintey
and 11. P. McElwee, Executors of Michael
McGinler, late of Oakland twp.. dee'd.
13th. Final account ot T. A. Barklejr, Guar,
dian of Hugh C. McClure, late ot Boiler twp.
dee'd. __ ~
14th. Final account of Thomas Donaldson,
Guardian of Jesse M. Donaldson, mow of
tg ?sth. Final and distribotion account of
John Rohner, Administrator of Adam Stang
late of Adams twp. dee'd.
16th. Final account of P. K Porterfleld.
Administrator D. B. N. C. T. A. and Trustee
af William Porterfield, late of Allegheny twp.,
<le i7th. Final account of Robert W.
less, Guardian of Wm. F. Lytle, minor ebild
of James 8. Lytle, dee'd. „ .
lStb. Final acoount of Robert W. Met and
les*, Gurdian of K. P. Lytle, minor child of
James S. Lytle, dee'd. . „ _
19th Final account of Michael Kelly, Execu
tor of Patrick Kelley, lateof Buffalo twp., dec d
20th. Final account of J. M.
dian of Lucius C. Krataer, minor child Ruben,
Kratser dec'< 3*
21st. kinal acoount of Penolope C. Allen,
Administraror of William Allen, late of Frank-
account of Da rid Marshall, Exeo.
utor of Jane McCandlees, late of Franklin
W '23d "Final account of A. 8. Fulkman, Guar
dian of Geo. W. Fulkman.
24th. Final account of Wm. 11. Brackasy,
Executor of the Ust will of Surah J. Ste
' veil son, late of Franklin twp., dec'<J.
1 25th Final acoount of Annie E. MoCleltaud.
r (now Annie E. Gribben,) Guardian of minor
! children of Dr. R. C. MeClelland, late af
. Middlesex twp., dec.
26th. Final account of T. W. Morrow,
I Guardian of Orie and Bertie Morrison, minor
, children of Wm. Morrison.
. 27th Suplemeotel and final acoount of J. Hun
ter Cruin, administrator of Moses Crain, luieof.
Cherry twj., dee'd.
AT I GRUB'S,