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WEDNESDAY MAY 23, 1883.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
—The m&iden without t crushed strawberry
hat or terra cotta tip has much to sigh for.
—Full line of Summer Underwear, at Chas
—Trunks, valises and traveling bags at
J. F. T. STEHLE'S,
—The fashionable "dude" is now described
as one who wears his Bhirt collar above his
—Lunches and meals can be had at all hours
at Morrison's City Bakery, Vogeley House block
—Special bargains in Striped and Checkered
Silks at L. STEIX & SON'S.
—The industrious ant is preparing for the
—Hats, caps and gents' furnishing goods, big
line, at J. F. T. STEHLE'S.
—Just opened our stock of Spring and Sum
mer Goods the finest ever shown in Butler Co.,
AT L. STEIN & SON'S.
—Try Morris'3-for-25 "Oold Tip" cigars.
—What with tornadoes, suicides and hang
ings, this month has hardly been, so far, the
"merry month of May."
—Dress Goods never were so cheap as at
present. Call and see goods and prices at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
—We have now on hand an elegant line ot
Sprin<» and Summer Hosiery and (iloves at
R L. STEIN 6 SON'S.
—Early rising is very good for a man who
can once get broken in to the appalliDgly hard
to-acquire goed habit.
—Call and examine our Black Gros Grain
Silk at $1 per yard, guaranteed the best in the
county for the price at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
—Wall paper and window-shades at
J. F. T. STEHLE'S.
—Through tickets are now sold from St.
Paul, Minnesota, in Portland, Oregon, over
the Northern Pacific Railroad.
—Hats, caps and gents' furnishing goods, big
line, at J. F. T. STEHLE'S.
—Just received at Chas. R. Grieb's a com
plete line of Celluloid Collars and Cufis.
—A Lancaster man assaulted his wife and
■he turned in and whipped him. And yet
there is a cry for a whipping post for wife
—We have the largest and cheapest stock of
Dress Goods ever shown in Butler at.
L. STEIN & SON'S.
—Trunks, valise* and traveling bags at
J. F. T. STIHLE'S.
—A Wisconsin fanner thinks eorn planted
with the rows running east and west will stand
better than if they run north and south.
—Hats, caps and gents' furnishing goods, big
line, at J. F. T. STEHLE'S.
—Laces, Ribbons, Buttons, Collars. Tiesv
Corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, etc., everything new
L. STEIN & SON'S.
—Great are the uses of the national game.
Nearly a million feet of lumber is annually
turned into base ball bats, giving employment
to hundreds of workmen.
—Fresh bread and cakes always on hand at
the City Bakery, Vogely House block.
—We extend a special invitation to the
ladies of Butler and vicinity to call and ex
amine our stock, no trouble to show goods at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
—White Goods, White Goods, White Goods
Cftl| and see our stuck, at
L. STEIN & SON S.
—ln order to evade the tax on tobacco, cigar
ettes are now made extensively of tan bark*
And as this is just about what the young man
who smokes cigarettes wants, the trade is just
Ice for sale in large or small quantities at
Morrison's City Bakery, Vogeley House block.
—Wall itaper and window-shades at
j. F. T. STEHLE'S.
—We will send samples of any goods in
stock and guarantee quality and price at
L.STJSIN 4 SON'S.
—lt was M*s- Sprigging that boasted of her
new house. The windows, she said, were stain
ed. "Thats too bad; but won't turpentine or
benzine wash it oil?" asked the good Mrs.
—Try Morris' two-for-five cigars.
—Trunks, yalises and traveling bags at
J. F. T. STEHLE'S.
—lce Cream ruadc to opler »t Morrison's C itj
—Ladies should not fail to see our Summer
Silks, we guarautee the quality better and the
prices lower than elsewhere, at
L. STKIN 4 SON'S.
—A cheip chromo chap is working the
towns around ns and in due course of time will
probably visit here. He has a lot of cheap
chromos, dear at any price. These he gives to
young children to sell, promising them a share
of the profits. As most people cannot refuse to
buy of the children, the fellow makes a good
thing of it, especially as his fonjujissions to
t|je children are not excessively liberal.
—Large assortment of Towels, Napkins,
Table and Stand Coyer*, 4c., at
L. STEIN 4 SON'S..
—The celebrated Johnston Reaper—wrought
iron frame and folder.
J. NIOUEL BRO., Agents.
—Summer Silks at 60c a yard aud up at
L. STEIN 4 SON'S.
—See opr line of Sqminer Silks, all the new
»U*des at very low prices at
L. BTEIN 4 SON'S.
—A new swindling dodge has been success
fully worked in a neighboring connty, serving
to point the old caution to never sign your
name to a paper presented by a stranger. Two
fellows, apparently strangers to each other,
accidently meet at a farmer's house, each on
different business, manage to stay over night
if they can, and make a trade before they
leave in the morniug, in which the farmer's
name is wanted as a witness to the contract,
which afterwards turns up as a promissory
note fixed up to a sum satisfactory to the sharp
—Try Morris' "Suubeam'.' or "Herds
Hiau l cigars.
—fry Morrison's Ice Creain.
—A full line of Straw Hats—latest styles, at
Chas. R Grieb's.
Wall paper and window-shades at
J. F. T. STEHLE'S.
The Sanitary Value of Straw
ONE OF THE LEADING HAT MANU
FACTURERS OF THE COUNTRY USES AS
A TRAI(F. CIRCULAR A LITTLE PASIPII
| ET wIT if THE ABOVE TITTLE FROM
THE PEN OF AN EMINENT PHYSICIAN,
WHO LEARNEDLY DISCUSSES THE DAN
GER OF WEARING HEAVY AND HEAT
RETAINING HATS IN WARM WEATHER
—FACTS THAT NONE WILL GAIN SAY,
YET HOW MANY IGNORE. OUR STOCK
OF STRAW HATS IS READY AND EM
BRACES A GREAT VARIETY OF PLAIN
AND FANCY STYLES FOR BOYS. WE
SHALL ALSO KEEP SEVERAL GRADES
OF MENS' STRAW HATS TO BE RETAIL
ED OUT OK THE CASES AT A SMALL AD
VANCE UPON MANUFACTURERS'(NOT
JOBBERS') PRICES: ' .
' ' ' v, CHXii. 4^?GRIEB ( SUTLER, PA.
—gpqd or Jp«t?e joyr far R
Sewing Machine, of any make, at
Jj. Grieb's Jewelry store. may3l-tf
—S. F. Bowser, Esq., has purchased the
Robb property at north eud of Main streef.J
—The wife of Mr. Chas. Rebhun, of Butler,
died yestenL.. morning.
—A coal mine has been opened on the farm
of James Kildoo, of Clay township. The
lease is held by Greenville parties.
—Alfred S. Moore, Esq., of Beaver, Pa., for
merly of Butler, is a candidate for District
Attorney of Beaver covnty.
—The thirty-nine cases of the citizens of
Fairview township versus the County Commis
sioners are being argued this week.
—During a few minutes of last Sunday at
ternoon about two inches of rain fell in this
—lngersoll l>egan his address to the Star
Route jury last Friday, and will probably speak
for two weeks. The jury has the sympathy of the
—Judge Chas. Taylor, of Franklin, will de
liver the address in the Court House here on
—The building committee of the English
Lutheran congregation, of Zelienople, adver"
tise for bids for the erection of a new church
building. Se notice to contractors in another
—A mow storm is reported to have occurred
in Parts of Ohio and Indiana, last Monday,
with a snow fall twelve inches deep.
—A tool dresser named Clouse, was injured
by an explosion of gas at the Agnew well, on
the Rush farm, last Wednesday afternoon.
—See new Sheriff's Sale for June 7th, and
Trial List for June 18, in this weeks paper.
—A Venango county coroner's jury found
that "from the evidence, and our own person
al knowledge, we are of the opinion that the
deceased came to his death from poison by al
—Do not fail to hear Prof. Grimes' Scientific
Lecture, "Ignorance of Human Nature," at the
Court House Thursday evening, May 24th, un
der the aaspices of the Teachers' Association.
It will be sparkling and witty. Admission
only 25 cents.
—All "the early spring liars" don't live in
Butler county as the following from an ex
change east of the mountains proves. "In a
fight between two robins and a game chicken
in Butler, a few days ago, the robins chased
the chicken half a qiile and drove him into a
hollow log for safety.
—The Reformed Church, of this place, is
being repainted in consequense of which there
will be no services in the church on next Sun
day, Rev. T.-F. Stauffer, the pastor, is absent
attending the Annual Session of the Allegheny
Classis, at Wilkinsburg, Pa.
—Mr. George W. Atkins, of this county, has
invented a novel and useful improvement on
single harness. It is a shaft-bearer, which
opens and closes with a spring and does away
with the present necessity of backing the
horse between the shafts or pulling up the
buggy by hand. Mr. A. has applied for a
—The arguments on the caveat filed by Robf.
Dodds against the application of the Purviance
heirs for a patent for the disputed territory at
Renfrew, were heard by the Board of Public
Property, at Harrisburgh, last Thursday.
Messrs. Brandon and Robinson appear
ed for Mr. Dodds, and Miss Purviance appeared
for the heirs and made her own argument.
—Smith, Coe & Wilson, Millerstown and
East Brady parties, are puting down a well on
the Peter Feuuell farm, Clearfield township,
this county. At the depth of about 45 feet they
passed through a vein of very superior cannel
or candle coal eight feet in thickness. A speci.
men of it can be seen at this office.
—Work on the superstructure of the new
county bridge over the mouth of Thorn-creek,
at Renfrew, was to have been commenced this
week. The bridge will be the Palmer patent,
56 feet long, 12 feet wide and will cost $420.
The new bridge over the creek at Butler is of
the Palmer patent, is 90 feet long, 16 feet wide>
with sidings and cost something over SI,OOO.
—That the notice iq last week's paper did
not refer to John Biederman may be inforred
from the following telegrams :
To the Sheriff of Armstrong County—
Have you a prisoner by name of John Bieder
man. A. BIEDERMAN.
KITTANNING, PA., May 18, 'B3.
To Andrew Biedermaii—
I have no prisoner of that name in my custody.
JAMES H. CHAMBERS, Sheriff.
—One mail a day, each way, is now carried
on the narrow gauge road between Butler aud
Callery. Mail from Butler for points on the
railroad, in the south-western part of the coun
ty now leaves at 8 A. M., and mails from those
points for Butler arrive at 10 A. M. Full ar
rangement* for the road have not yet been
completed. The through mail from Pittsburgh
still arrives and leaves on the West Penn road
—On Thursday of last week the interests of
the Economites in the Pittsburgh «fc Lake Erie
R. R., 12,500 shares of oar value of SIOO each,
were transferred to Vanderbilt. The price is
said to lie $175 per share, which would make
the transaction amouut to $2,187,500. TliU
road, which was built by Pittsburgh brains
»nd money, and for which special arrange
mennts had been made that it should always
remain under the control of, and part of local
interests, is so no longer. Vanierbilt needed
it to complete his communication Last and
West, and after working many long months
has got it.
—The heavy frosts of last week injured the
grapes and cherries in some localities, but we
still hope for a reasonbly good crop of both
of these fruits. In regard to frosts in May one
of the oldest Inhabitants of Venango countyi
informs the Spectator that "Forty-nine years
ago, May 11, 1834, there wasa frost in Western
Pennsylvania, and no doubt elsewhere, that
created a general destruction. There was not
a vestige of fruit in that year. It was a freeze
up, rather than a frost. The leaves on the
trees were crisped as if fire had passed over
them, and the young birds were frozen in
their nests. The frost of June, 1859, was
slight in comparison with the oue we speak
—The interests claimed by the defunct Par
ker Savings Bank in proj>erty located
jn the pqstgrn part of tjip town,
were sold at Public auction, tit the C-ourt
House last Thursday afternoon. Their inter
est in the Allen Wilson homestead brought
$1300; in the Jas. Boyd property $150; in the
Samuel Irvin property $000; in the balance of
the property there, some 33 acres, §600; in the
Stone House property, in Parker townshipsl6o;
in the Mortimer farm S6O; and in a large iron
oil tank SBOO. W. S. Purviance, Esq., of Pitts
burgh , was the purchaser and J. 11. Karna the
—The great storm tha} on Friday nigh J
swept oypr portioiiy of Missouri, Illinois, Wis
consin and Minnesota is proved to have been
more serious in its results than was at first re
ported. At different points and over small
areas it developed the force of a to nado, so that
a great many houses were destroyed, and the
dreadful list of killed and injured was length
ened by every despatch received on Saturday.
As usual on such occasions, no ope seems to
have expected anything extraordinary; proba
bly no one had a barometer to consiflt or took
any precautions when the storm began. Near
Racine, Wisconsin, about one hundred persons
were killed and initired. At Chemung, Hound
Prairie, Dawson, Buffalo, I.uteiiLerg, Creasy
franc, fisgati, Woodlawn, Lister, Gr&itcni
Staunton and other points in Illiiiois fifty-four
persons were killod »iid over two hundred
wounded. In Ht. Charles county, Missouri, fifty
farm houses were destroyed and many persons
killed and wounded.
—The acquittal last Wednesday of Congress•
man Philip B. Thompson, tried at Ilarrodsburp,
Ky., for killing Walter H. Davis, will nit
surprise anv one familiar with the history of
trials of this kind. The law does not recog*
nize betrayal of a wife as any justification of
the killing of the betrayer by the wronged
husband. In criminal jurisprudence such kill
ing is murder. But in these cases juries usual
ly pay little regard to the law of the land,
they make their own will the law. A jury is
• ildoiu known to convict a husband for slay-
Lig the man who has destroyed his home. In
almost every iustain-e the verdict is acquittal.
The result of the Harrodsborg trial Jis but an
other illustration of this fact.
—Miss Lizzie A. Hays, of Middlesex town
ship gave birth to an illegitimate child on
Tuesday night of last week and was seized with
convulsions next day, and died. On the Mon*
day previous she made information before Esq.
Barr, of Adams twp., charging one George
Maul, of Allegheny City, a letter-carrier, with
being the lather of her child. Maul was arrest,
ed by Detective Kramer, brought to this coun
ty and put under £SOO bail lor appearance at
next Quarter Sessions. Before dying the girl
is said to have stated that Maul seduced her
under promise of marriage, that he was to have
married her last November and that her wed
ding clothes were ready, but that he married
another girl in the city. The child is living
and is doing well.
ing & Loan Association, of this town, to know
that the protest sent en the non-borrowers
against the grauting of anew charter under the
act of' 79 as desired by the majority of the as
sociation alleges that the resolution was no'
adopted by the association "at a regular meet
ing of said association," that "the vote was
viva voce," that "the certificate was fraudulent
and was gotten up by a portion ot the stock
holders of said association at an irregular meet
ing," etc., "and the evident purpose thereof in
to unlawfully deprive the subscribers and
others—owner* of stock in said association, out
of their respective share or proportion ot the
earnings, profits and accumulations ot said as
sociation." The word immeiuc should have
preceded the words "earnings," "profits'
and "accumulations," and such statements as
these should surely open the eyes of the bor
rowers of the association as to what they have
to deal with. The protest also states that the
value of each share of stock for the year ending
February 28, 1883, was $163.48, as per state
ment annexed. This fictitious value of each
share was gotten at by adding the tace value of
all the mortgages held bv the association, $S>2,.
400.00,t© the real assets of the association,at that
time over estimated at $7,164.78, making $99,-
564.78 in all and dividing that sura by the
number of shares in force at that time, 609«
We don't know who invented the idea, but
who ever did ought to be decorated with a
leather medal. The real value of each share is
the installment value, at that time $91.25 with
what the law allows, 6 per cent, interest for a
middle time, added, or as long as the associa
tion is voluntarily paying 10 per cent., with 10
per cent, added. This association should have
gone under the act of '79, two years and more
ago, when the 15 per cent, minimum premium
was wiped out, the taking off of which or rather
the fact of its ever being in the by-laws perpe
trated a fraud upon the borrowers previous to
that date. No money should have been loaned
after that, but it was, and the borrowers since
have had an unfair advantage of the others-
The first borrowers, however, have finally
waked up to the fact that they are being
swindled, they have put a temporary stop to the
business and if we mistake not, it will stay
—The Pittsburgh Dispatch has lately don
ned a new suit, which greatly improves its ap
pearance. The Dispatch is now one of the
most complete newspapers published in the
—The typographical appearance of the liar,
risburg Tr.U'jraph has been greatly improved
of late. The Telegraph is a spicy little paper,
a nd as for keeping track of what is going on
in the State Capital, the only way to do it
1s to subscribe for the Telegraph.
Program for Decoration Day.
Comrades and citizens will meet at the Court
House nt 9:30 A. M.
Ist. Music by Germania Cornet Band.
2(1. Song by Glee Club.
3d. Prayer by Rev. It. G. Ferguson.
sth. Reading of Poem by N. Black, Esq.
6th- Music by Germania Orchestra.
7th. Address by Judge Taylor, of Franklin,
Bth. Song "My Country 'tis of TUee," by
9th- Benediction by Rev. McKinney.
Comrades, and all others who desire to join
them, will then form in three squads and
march to the various cemeteries and decorate
the graves of soldiers.
All friends are requested to bring (lowers to
the Court House where they will be received
by a committee. By order of Commits e
J. T. KELLY
A. Itl SHELL.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BUTLER,PA.
The creditors arQ hereby notified of sth Di vi
dend, payable «n <lei(iand at th-* Banking
house, corner of Main and Jefferson streets,
Butler, Pa. JOHN N. PURVIANCE,
May 19, 1883. (It) Receiver.
As my name has been connected in print
with the name of Nicholas Probst In regard to
Ills eudden disappearance, I desiie to state that
Mr. Probst came to my Louse on a Tuoduy
morning of last September and told me that he
was going to Renfrew mid Butler. He w.is
seen that evening by Jacob Rice, of Butler
township, and stayed that night at Abraham
Croup's, in Butler township, and I have not
seen him since nor know anything of him. I
assert my entire innocence ol the < rime or any
knowledge of It if a crime, was committed, and
hereby notify iuy neighbors and others that
they must cease mentioning my name in con
nection with Probst's disappearance or sutler
the consequences. GEORGE KLINE.
Attention, G. A. R.
We have just received from our wholesale
house in Boston a large lot of the finest Mid
dlesex blue suits, which we shall sell from
now until May 30 for sl2 a suit. We have
other and cheap blue suits, but the best Mid
dlesex we shall sell for sl2, which is from $1
to $3 less than any other house in the State is
selling the same goods and muke to-day. Call
at the "Hub."
Boston One-Pi ice Clothing House, 95 Smith;
field street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Baltimore ( Md.) Day publishes the mag
ical cure of Mr. John Cusack, catholic semin
arian, St. Mary's Theological Seminary, Balti
more, Md., who has suffered for months with
pleuradina (rheumatism of the chest j, and had
tried all that the best medical talent could sug
gest, without relief. He finally tried St.
Jacobs Oil and was entirely cured, lie gives
tliin to the public in the hope of relieving suf
fering humanity, and believes the great |»ain
cure to be the "universal reliever."
Geo. W. Shaffer, Agent office
with K. Marshall Esq., Brady Block
Butler Pa. uiaylt-tf
c FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF i
* CONSTIPATION. ]
No otUcr disease is so prevalent In thin ooun- a
H try a* Constipation, and no rrinnd> 'las over £
* equaUed the celebrated Kidney-Wort M a c
E sure. Whatever iho cause, ho*-ovrroustiiiaUi B
15 the ease thin rdmedy will overoomo it. i.
* Dal K7Q Tina dUtrsuins com- O
u plaint la very apt to be
£ complicated wiUxuonstipntlcm. KJdnoy-Wurt .
7, rtrencthena tho weaXenod parts and quiekly «
U cure* all kinds of Pile* even when phyjioiaus J
fnd medicines liave before tailed. c
e> |«-rf son have either of the** troublaa -j
1«|PBIC« »t. I USE |
BY virtue of sundry writs of Scl. Fa., Fi. Fa.,
Al. Fi. Fa.. Al. Lev. Fa., Levin Facias and Ven
ditioni Exponas, issued out of the Court of Com
mon Plena of Butler county, and to me directed,
there wiil be exposed to public sale, at the
Court House, in the borough of Butler, on
Monday, the 4th day of June,
A. D., 1883, at one o'clock, p. m., the following
described property, to-wit:
EDNo 9, June T, 1883. S F Bowser, att'y
All the right, title, interest and claim of Ja*
Barker of, in and to -17 acres of land, more or
less, situated in Buffalo twp, Butler county Pa,
bounded as follows, to-wit: On the north i)y
Jacob Cnbbage, oast by Widow McClure. south
by Walkers' heira, west bj Walkers' heirs and
Joseph Ruths heirs; partly cleared, a two-story
frame house frame stable grain house coal bank
opened and in good ruiuiing ord»r thereon. Seiz
ed and taken in execution as the property of
James Barker at the suit of Alatthew Barker.
E D No 101 June T ISB3. J D McJunkiu att'y.
All the right, litle interest and claim of Wm.
Garvin and Ester Garvin, his wile, owners and
reputed owners and lieury Krebs contractor, of
in and to a lot or piece of ground siuate in
Cranberry twp, Butler couutv, Pa. bounded
and dt scribed as follows to wit: On the north
by lanes of Andrew Birr, on the cast by lands
ol Alex Gillespie dee'd, south by lands of B F.
Garvin and west by lands of Fiederick Woch
lert, a one and one-half story buildintf about iS
leet long and .6 feet wide and what' is known
u» a plank house erected Seized and taken in
execution as the property ot Win. Garvin and
Esther Garvin bis wile, owners and reputed
owners, and Henry Krebs contractor, at the
suit of Jau.es I. Parks,
ED, No 63, June T, 1883, J D McJunkiu, att'y.
ED. No 107. June T, 1883. C Walker, att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Sam'l
Brown et al, of, in and to five acres of land,
mere or less, situated in Hanisviile borough.
Butler county. Pa. bounded as follows, to-wit :
on the North by Mercer and Roneburg turnpike,
East by Maria Harris, South by road from Har
risville to Harmony church, West by T P Martin;
under fence, a two-story framo house, frame
barn, tan house boiler chimney, wash house,
coal he use and orchard thereon. Seized and
taken in execution as the property of Samuel
Brown et al at the suit of Maria Harris.
ED So 91, June T, 18X3. T C Campbell, att'v.
Ail the right, title, interest and claim of Jas
P Parker of, in and to 117 acres of laud, more or
le*s, situate in Parker twp, Butler county. Pa,
bounded as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a pjst
on the Lawrenceburg turnpike the most north
erly cori.er of the piece, thence by lands Owen
Thomas south 3 deg. wett 57 5-10 perches to a
post, thence by the same north 89 deg. west 81
perches, thence by lands of Morgan lI.S deg.
east 142 perches to a poet on a road, theuce by
lands of the Cooper Farm Oil Company north
5S>4 deg. eaet 65 perches, thence north 44 deg.
eafct 55>£ perches to a post, thence by said lands
of Jas Parker, Geo Cooper and Dr Jas Eggert
north 62>jj deg. west 42 1-5 perches to a
thence by said land of the said Eggert north
6}4 deg. east 9 perches to a post, thence by the
same north deg. west 5 2-8 perches,
thence north deg. east 20 perohes to the
post on the Lawrenceburg turnpike, thence
along said turnpike north 553£ deg. west 59
perches to a poet, theuce north 6% deg. west
26 pel ches, thence north 48j£ deg:. west 12 1-5
perches to a post, the place of beginning; most
ly cleared, frame dwelling house, bank barn,
coal bank and 4 producing oil wells and machin
ery, Ac., thereon. Seized and taken in execu
tion as the property of James P Parker at the
suit of Samuel Craig, Trustee, Ac:
E D .<o 'JI June T ISB3. T. C, Campbell att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Jas,
P. Parker 01, in : - .nd to two acre; of land more
or less, situate In Parker towusliip, Butler
county, Pa. bounded as follows, to wit; on the
north by road leading to Murrinsville, east by
a 40 loot street, south by road leading to North
Washington, west by James Elliott and Joliu
Hoover, including lots No 0 an a 7 in the plan
ol lots in said township laid out by F Wilt, a
two story frame dwelling bouse frame stable
and out buildings thereon. Seized and taken
in execution as the property of Jimes P. Par
ker at the suit ol Samuel Craig Trustee &c.
ED, No 91, June T, 1883. T C Campbell, att'y.
Ail the right, title, interest and claim of Jas
P Parker, of, in and to two acres and 43 perches
of laud, more or less, situate in Parker twp,
Butler county. Pa, bouuded as follows, to-wit:
beginning at "the forks of two rbvl-t, o:,e leading
from Lawioneeburg to Murrinsville, the other
from Lawrenceburg to Martinsburg, thence
along the northerly side of the last mentioned
road North 0G deg West IS 3-10 perches to a
post, thence along the northerly side of the
road leading to North Washington North 02 dog
West 10 5-10 perohes to a post, thence along the
Southerly side of a street 40 f<-et in widtli North
41 deg East 20 6-10 perches to a post ou the
aforesaid road leading to Murrinsville, theuce
along the southerly side of said roa.il South 47
deg East 23 4 10 erclies to a p >st the place of
begumiug; a two-story frame dwelling hon->o,
frame store bouse, frame stable and outbuild
ings thereon. Seized and taken in execution as
the property of James P Parker at the suit of
Samuel Craig, Trustee, Ac.
EDNo 98 June T 18.53. K Marshall att'y.
All the light, title, interest and claim of B.
11. Osboru of, in and to a lot or parcel of
ground situate in the borough ol Rutlcr, butler
county, Pa. bounded a a loljows, beginning at
the corner ol Cunningham street, theuce rorth
by CIIII street 25 feet, thence cast 150 to au alley,
theuce by said alley 25 feet to Cunningham
street, thence west uloug Cunningham street
150 feet to a post thegilaee of beginning, belli,;
part of lot No 24 in the general plan of said
borough, a two-story Iratne dwelling house
with basement kitchen, frame stable and out
buildings thereon. Seized and taken in execu
tion as the property of B, H. Osboru at the suit
ot Samuel McCelland.
ED, No 88, June T, 1833. T C Campbell, att'y.
All the right, ti'le, interest and claim of Mrs
M A M<-l\ee, of, in and to quo. fourth of an aero
of land, tipro or loss, situate in Fairview boro,
Butler oounty, Pa, bounded au follows, to-wii :
on the north by Sunberry Mreet, east by stroot,
south by au alley, west by Lewis Matsoi"; a two
story frame house and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken in execution a* the proporty of
Mrs M A McKee at tho suit of J W Morrison lor
E I), Nos GG 67, 68 and 87, June T, 1883. W II
All tho right, title, interest and claim of J W
Donbart, of, in and to a certain leasehold, situ
ate on James Sutton's lands, Evans City bjro,
Butler county. Pa, containing .">0 bjf 80 foet,
more or lees, bounded north b.y stres . cast by
au alley, south hy street and west by *t reet; to
gether with a two-stoiy frame building tliereon.
used as a dwelling and blacksmith shop thereon.
Seized and taken in execution as the property of
J W Donbart at the suit of Geo Ifft & Sons ot al
E DNo 106, Jnne T, 1883. Williams & Mitchell*
All the right, title, interest and claim of Sam'l
D Hazelett of, in and to all that 'certain tract or
parcel of land situate in Winfield twp, ftv.tlar
Co. Pa, bounded and described Sui lows: Be
ginning at a post, be;og the northeast corner
and adjoining lands now or late of the Winfield
Irou A Coal Co., thence by land's of Mylert sou h
2;<; deg.. east 122 8-10 peiches to a post, thenco
south B'J deg., west by lands of Shcffer7l 5-10
perches to a post, theuce north one-half deg-,
west 17 perches to a post by lands of J.imes
Smith, theneo south by lands of same 89 deg.,
west 69 10 100 perches to a post, thence uorth
by lauds of Wm Hazlett, dee d, now of Samuel
D Hazlett deg., west 100 perches to a post,
theuce by land of Mylort uorth 89 deg., east
130 06 100 perohes to tho place of beginning;
containing 9! acres and 26 perobos mostly dear
ed and improved. Seized and taken in execu
tion ax the property of Samuel D Hazlett at the
suit of A C faggert for use.
ED No 100 June T 1883 Williams A Mitchell
All the rig t, title, Interest and claim of Sam
uel I) Hazlett ol In and to all that certain other
tract or parcel of land situate In Wlutield two,
Butler county, Pa. and adjoining the above de
scribed tract bounded anj described as follows;
begining at a post the south eiyst cornel the
south west corner of the tract above described
south 89 deg West (il 48-100 perches to a po-t
by lands of Reiber, thenee south '& K / t deg east
by same 21 perches to a post, thence north
deg west 59.aud 15-100 perches by LcwU Haz
lett to a post, theuce north 2 deg west lt's
perches bn heirs of Win l'a liter to a post,
theuce north 88 deg cast 54 I-10 pcrcbas to a
post by Painter heirs, thence north 2 deg west
45 T-10 perches to a post by suiae, thence north
K8 deg east 35 perches by bald painter licit* to
a post, thence south 2 deg east 45 7 -10 pen lies
by Clymcr heirs to a post, thence ss deg east
26 84-100 perches to post thence eolith 2 deg east
lOrl perches to place ot begin n ill!.', con tailing
93 acres and I\o perches, ipostly eiearccl, a two
sloi V |V;)|i|v: hotjse jr.; 1140 barn \«agnu sljed oul-
UuiUiiig* and orchard thereon, uicßtly cleared
Seized end taken in execution as the property
ot Samuel O. Uaxktl, at the suit of A- C. Tag
gert for use.
E D, No 2, Juno T, 1883. and Colbort,
All the right, title, interest and claim of Am
brose O'Douneil, of, iu and to eighty-six acres
ol land, more or less, situate 1:1 Donegal twp,
Butler county, Pa. bouuded as follows, to-wit :
011 the north"by Jacob Stewart, east by Bresly
ham, south by J C O'Donnell, west by Thumfcs
Norris; about fifty acres '-learod, log house, log
barn and orchard tlieroon. Seiacd and taken in
exocutiou an the property of Ambrose O'Donnell
at the suit of John Ash for use.
EI) No 34, June T, 1H8&. C G Christie, arty
AU tho right, title, iutcfast and claim of u b
Fisher, Annie fisher and A T Anderson of, in
aud tu all tlat certain lot of ground s.ituato in
Butler borough, Butler Co, !'%•• bounded aj fol
lows: Beginning at a pin, poruer of lot No. 12-1
on Lookout avenue, th««co along Lo kout
avenue 40 foot to the oornor of lot No.
ljl; thenco along tho line of lot Itfl, t-3
| feet to Kolawav; theuoo along said way 40 feet
I to corner of lot No 123 and thence along the
line of lot No 123, 120 feet to Lookout avenue
the place of beginning, being lot No 122 in the
plan of lotK laid out by Wm S Boyd. A two
ttory frame liou«e erected thereon Seized and
taken in execution as the property of U D
Fisher. Annie Fu-her and A T Anderson at the
euit of Building A' Loan Association of Butler,
E D, No 80, June T, 1883. McJunkin and
Ail the right, title, interest and claim of Allen
Wilson, of. in and to seventy acres of land, more
or le.-s, situate in Butler and Centr« townships.
Butler county. Pa., bouuded as follows, to -fit :
on the north by lands of Mrs Mi Candless. east
by lands of John Berg, south by lands of John
P*rg. west by lan.ln of Mrs McCandless ; mostly
cleared, frame and loy hounn, and frame barn
and orchard thereon. Seized and takeu in exe
cution" as the property of Allen Wilson at the
tmt of Thomas Hays.
ED No 38, June T, 1883. J D McJunkin, att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of R J
Carman of, in and to 100 acres of land, more or
less, situated partly in Venango twp, Butler Co ,
Pa and partly iu Clinton twp, Venango Co, Pa.
bouuded as follows, to-wit: On the north by J
H Kelly, east by Wm Cross, South by Flemining
heirs, West by Kelly and Vanderlin; atxint 55
acres cleared, a two-story frame and log house,
frame stable and orchard thereon. Seized and
taken in exeention as the property of B J Can
nan at the suit of C W Gillillan.
E D No 84 June T 18S3 E D No 103 Jute T
1883 N Black and \V A Forquer alt'ys.
All the right, title, iuicrest and ckiiiii of Jas.
Leason of, i:i and to tixty two acres of land,
more cr less, situate ia Venango twp, Butler
county, Pa. bounded as follows to wit: on the
north by Rev Sl.arp Leason, ea-t by James
Stalker lormerly A Leason or public road,
south by Win Jamison and Samuel Jolly, west
by Joseph Eakiu and Samuel Jolly, "a two
story brick dwelling house frame birn, w.i„'on
sbed, out-buildings and orchard thereon, about
50 acres cleared. Seized and taken in execu
tion as the properly ot Jas. Leason at the suit
of T. B.Rhodes et al.
E D, No 69 and 81. June T, 1883. J B Mc-
All the right, title, interest and claim of Jas
M Bredin. of. in and to seventy-nine acres of
land, more or less, situate in Washington twp ,
Butler county, Pa., bounded as follows, to-wit;
on the north by lands of James Sloan and James
Higgins. east by lands of Jonathan Hilliard,
south by lands of B I) Pettigrew, west by lauds
of Isaac and N P Miller; said interest consisting
of au nudivided one-fourth pirt in same 30
acres cleared, log house, etc., underlaid with
coal, thereon. Seized aud taken in execution
as the property of James M Bredin at the suit
of Benj W Bredin et al.
E D No 69 and 81. June T, 1883. J B Mc-
All the right, title, interest and claim of Jas
M Bredin of, in and to G7 acres of land, more or
less, situate in Venango and Washington twps.,
Butler 00, Pa, bounded as follows, to-wit: On
the north by lands of James Higgins, east by
lands of Isaac Miller, south by lands of Patrick
Kelly, west by lands of Thos Donnelly; said
writ consisting of tho undivided one-fourth part
on same, log house log barn thereon, 35 acres
cleared, underlaid with coal. Seized aud taken
in execution as the proporty of James M Bredin
at the suit of Benj W Bredin, et al.
ED, Nos 69 aud 81, June T, 1883. J B Mc-
All the right, title, interest and claim of JaH
M Bredin, of, iu and to eighty-eight 'acres of
land, more or le<u, aituate in VVashiugton twp.,
Butler county. Pa., bounded as follows, to wit;
on the North by Uuds of J M and B Bredin aud
Wm Patterson, east by lands of Henry Stoner,
south by lands of James Hilliard, west by lands
of E McJunkin and Thos Donnelly; (said inter
est consisting of the undivided one-lmlf part of
same i no improvements, underlaid with coal
thereou. Seiaed and taken in execution as the
property of James M Bredin at the suit of Benj
W Bredin et al.
EDNo 69 aud 81, June T. 1883. J B McJ unkin,
All the right, title, interest and claim of Jas
M Bredin of, in and to all those certain lots of
land situate in tho borongh.of Butler, Butler Co,
Pa. being lots Nos 11, 16, 17, 18. 19, 20 22, 23, 24
and 25, fronting on College street 50 feet and ex
tending back to an alley 173 feet, more or less,
(excepting lot No 11, which fronts on Jefferson
street 50 feet and extending back to College
street) as laid Oflt by Jas M Bredin. See Plot
Deed Ro.aU, -i 4 page 116. Seized aud taken in
execution as the property of James M Bredin at
the suit of Benj W Brediu, et al.
ED, Nos 40, 41 aud 43, June T, 1883, W D
All the right, title, interest and claim of John
M Thompson, of, in aud to forty-nine acres of
laud, more or less, situate in Butler borough,
Butler county, l'a, bounded as follows, to-wit ;
ou the north by the Millerstown and Butler
roar,, east by Rev White, south by Geo Reiber,
west by Hermnu Ber-* et al ; all cleared, six
frame dwelling houses and three Irame si.tbles
thereon (excepting one acre of ground, more or
less, with the Witlit rspoon Institute building
taereon, also excepting what is known as the
f.inn property, house aud lot). Seized and
taken in execution as the properly of John M
Tnompson at the suit ol Butler Savings Bank.
ED, No 86, J14119 tvrtu, 1883. W A Forcjuer,
KD No 108, June T, 1883. N Black, attorney.
ED No 110, June T, 1883. S F Bowser attorney
All the right, title, interest and claim of Hugh
Collins, Sr of, in and to 50 acres of land, more or
loss, situate in Parker twp, Butler Co, Pa,
bounded as follows, to-wit: On the north by
Isaish Collins, east by Martha McNamara, et al,
south by Widow Sykcs, west by Jolut AlcOaf
fertv; mostly cleared, a two-stoiy frame dwell
ing house, frame barn, old lo„' house aud two
orchards thereon. Seized and taken in execu
tion au »ho property of Hugh Oolliits at the suit
fif Collins, -Jr.
ED, Xo 108, June T, l»83. N Black, att'y.
All the l'uht, title, Interest and claim of
Elisabeth Collins, of, in and to Ufty acres of
land, uioio or le?s, situate iu Parker township,
Butler county. Pa., bounded as fo lows, to-wit;
on the uorth by lands ot Mary Slkes, east by
landk ol Ell Beep, south by lar.ds ol James
Collins, west by lands of John Smith's heirs ;
about acres cleared thereou. Seized aud
taken in execution as the property ot Elizabeth
Collins at the suit ol Kobcrt Emery.
ED No 104,' June T, 1883. W L Graham, alfy.
All tho right, title, interest aud olaim of
Nannie McQuistion of, in and to a certain lot of
ground situate iu tho UuTQiigh of Butlor, Butler
comity, P%, si 149,t0 an the corner of Washing
ton %ud Cunningham Mroots, bounded north by
V, alley, ea-t bv lots of Q C McQuistion, south
by Cunningham street and west by Washington
street; containing 45x180 feet, more or less, a
brick dwelling house two-stories with frame ad
dition, two st'iries frame dwelling house two
stories and frame stable thereon. Seized aud
taken in execution as tho property of Nannie
McQiUbtion at the suit of Chas now
ED No !$, Jurte T 1883 W D Brandon att'y j
Ait the right, title iuterest and claim of James
11. Tebav of, in aud to all that certain lot or
parcel of ground situate in the borough of But
lor, Butler county, l'a.. bounded Mid described
as follows, beginning at a nin 011 Ziegler avenue
thence westerly along said avenue 110 feet to a
pin on lot qOO.'lhence southerly on a line paralel
! with division line of lots Nos 309 and 310,200 feet
to a piu on Spring Way,, theuce easterly along
Spring W»y 110 test to a pin, tlience northerly
along division line between lots Nos. 310 aud
311, 200 feet to a piu 011 Zeigler avenue, the place
of beginning, being all of lot 310 and part of lots
Nos. 30'J and 311 in Wm S Hoyd's plan of lots
iu Spriugdale. now Duller borough, containing
110x200 feet, more or loss, a two-story frame
dwelling house, frame barn and out buildings
thereou. Seized and taked in execution as the
property of James II Tebay, at the suit of W.
D. Brandon et al.
ED No 111 Juno T 1883 Newton Black att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Fred
erick W Puruckor of. in and to eighty ivjfet of
land, more or less, tituate iu donegai township.
Butlor county, Pa., V.ouucled as follows to wit:
on Iho uorth by W H Hoffman and Walsey
tTord, east by lands of Barney Frederick, south
by lands of Owen Brady, west by lands of
Kbernart, 0110 log house one fraur; barn and
out buildings three producing oil wolla thereon,
ono-ciglith royalty internet iu two of said wells
one quarter royalty interest iu the other, about
seventy five aores cleared, 0:10 coal-bank there
on iu working crder. Seized and taken iu exe
cution as tho proporty of Frederick W Furticker
at the suit of 1 J McCandless.
TERMS OF SALE.—'The following must be
strictly complied with when properly is stricken
1. When tlie plalntilT or oilier SU-»i creditors be
conic the purch,' r sp; the <m the writs must
be paid ;»'(•! a fist of the lieus, lucluilinu mortuiige
stiapcUc* nil the property sold, together with such
|;e>,i creditors receipt* tor the amount of the pro
ceeds of tiie sale of such portion thereot as he may
elallii, must lie furnished the Sheriff.
i. All folds must be paid In full.
3. All sales nol settled immediately will be con
tinued until 1 o'clock, i'. m. of next day, at which
lime all property not settled for will ai;ain he put
up ami sold at the expense and risk of the person
to whom first sold.
•See I'urdou's Digest. !>th Edition,
Smith's Forms, page 384.
Sheriff of Comity.
Sheriff's oilli e. Ilutier. l'a. "«■>.> ' I**'-
£s2aie ol Edward Camp boll.
Letters testamentary on the estate of Eu'
ward Campbell, dee'd, late of Worth But"
ler county, Pa., having #rauted to the uu"
dersigned, all Devious knowing themselves in"
debted io >alj estate will please make i 111 ruedi"
ute payment and any having claim, against
„aid estate will present them d.tly authenticated
MA.\(t l EL If. MOORE, Executor,
Grant City, Co., Pa.
i \ 198 LIBERTY ST. B
pittsbuhok. ?a. j
i -OK- I
I I SPRING GOODSI I
i 1 1 $
f A. T I?
I CHARLES R. GRIEB'B |
i Union Block, Main Street, Butler, Pa. |
1830 II ESTABLISHED- I|||||||||-
Two Doors North of DufTys and opposite Troutman's Dry Goods Store.
DEALER IN »
Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles, Etc.
Agent tor Kockford Railroad Watches and King's Combination Spectacles.
ENGRAVING AND REPAIRING OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC., A SPECIALTY.
_A_ll Work Warrantecl.
All Goods Sold by us Engraved Free of Charge. Call and See our Stock before purchasing.
IHSO (o) 18.">( >
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC,
1 s \ it <; * new otand in ONION BLOCK. wh*re can be seen a freah stock of everthing to be found in a
FIRST - CLASS JEWELRY STORE,
I would invite the public to call and offer a share of their.patronage. Itemerubor the stock is of
THE LATEST DESIGN'S, AMD ENTIRELY NEW.
Repairing of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc., will receive our strict attention.
J. JEt. GRIEB, UNION BLOCK, MAIN ST. BUTLEB. PA
TRIAL. LIST FOR SPECIAL. COURT. CO)UIt;\(IS<J JUNK 18th. ISSS.
Jfo. Trrm. i'r. l'Uiintiff's Attorney. | Plaintiffs. ! Drfnidnitx. 1 Jtr/rndmit's Attor
F1 I) 2 June, 1883 Bmwiloa Nancy 1) Kelly byher next friend W M Kelly llcQaiation ..V Lyon
AO, 27 " 1881 Thompson and M'CandlesglGeorKe W Mcrrinian. John Smith. Walker and Itecd.
" 37 Mar, 1882 Thompson and M 'Candlesß|l)aniel McLaffcrty et al. John Berg <fc Co et al. Brandon.
" 40 " " Fleeger and Bowser. jKbeuezer Christy, adm'r. Samuel Smith et al. Thortipson & S<>n and Tleed
" fitj " " L Z Mitchell. jEzekial Dougherty. F. A Mortland. McQuistion and Van lerlin
" 35 June, " O oucher and Bowser. Jacob Ilepler for use. William Gibson et al. McCandless.
" 48 " " Reed and Sullivan. Orvill C Bollinger tfe wife. Robert S Hindnntn. IMcCandless and ForqUf-r.
" 56 Sept, " Itrandon. Francis Croft. David /iegler et al. McCandless and J.usk.
" O'J " " Bowser. PAI Boyle. It Jennings. Thompson and Sen.
" 73 " " Dana, Martin and McQ Mary A Wilson ct al. Alfred l'earce et al. Thomp, Scott and Walk.*r.
" 2. r > Dec, " L Z Mitchell. 'John I) Kelly. _ R C Patterson. A T Black.
" 42 " " McQuistion and Lyon. J M Leighner et al. Kx'rs. Isaac N Beighley. Thompson A Son.
" 58 " " McCandl's Jc Brandon Butler Water Co. Borough of Butler. Walker & Kastmau
Prothonotary's Office, May 21, 1883. M. N. GREEK, Prothonolarv.
Tunes and repairs pianos and organs in Butler
aud vicinity. His connection with Messrs. 11.
Kleber & Bro., in Youngstown, 0., whose long
experience in the music business ottered him
adautages which are enjoyed by few, enables
him to hold out extraordinary inducements,
Old pianos and organs tuned, repaired and pol
ished and made as good as new. mr7,3m
Important to Teachers.
The Suintr.er Normal Term of Witberspoon
Institute will open on Monday, June 18. Send
for circulars to P. S. Bancroft or J. C. Tints
man, Butler, Pa. my9,4w.
Insolvent Debtors Notice.
Notice is hereby uivon to the creditors of JMin
Frantz of Cranberry twp., Butler county, Pa.,
laborer and shoemaker, that lie lias applied to
tho Court of said ronnty for a discharge from
all his debts under the insolvent laws of the
Commonwealth, and that the Court has fixed
Monday tho 4tn day of June, 1883, in tho Court
room as the time and place for hearing said ap
plication. W. H. LU&K, Esq,
Four Lots in Springdale
Fronting on Centre Avenue, South side of
street, will lie sold cheap. Enquire at Citizkn
—Sewing Machine attachments and
repairs of all kinds, at E. Grieb's
Jewelry store. niav3l-tf.
Notice is hereby given that A, Q, Boyd, As
signee of Wm- S. Boyd has filed bis final account
iu the office of the l'rothouotary of tho Court of
Common Pleas, of Butler county at O. P. No.
357, March term, 1878. and that the same will l«e
presented to said Court for confirmation an al
lowance ou Wednesday the 6th dav of June,lßß3
M. N. GBEEIt, Prot'y.
Prothonotary's Office, May 7, 1883.
Butler B. & L. Association.
The stockholders of the Building and Loan
Association of Butler, Pa., are hereby notified to
meet in the the Court House 011 Saturday even
ing, the 2'itli of May. 1883, at 8 v. m., for tho
pur]>ose of changing and amending the By-Laws
of said association, so as to fully carry into ef
fect the act of General Assembly relating to
BuildinK Associations, approved the 101 It day of
April, 1879. J. S. CAMPBELL,
A woman about 35 years of age, who has one
child about 4 years of age, and wiio can do or
dinary housework, wants a situation. Enquire
of the Poor Board of Butler, l'a.
Butler County Teachers' Asso
The third annual meeting of the Butler Coun*
iy Teachers' Association will be held in the
public school hall, May 24 and 85, commencing
at 2 f. M.
M L'WC—Quai telle.
1 uaykii— Rev. W. U. McKlnncy.
Adi»ii«ss or Wbi-come—Gen. John N. Pur
Kesponsb—J. B: Morrow.
OUOANIZATION AN I> ENROLLMENT*
Ai>i>kki-s— Prol. P. S. Bauuroft, retiring Chair
lli',V<uit* of Committee on Constitution.
Evening Lecti kk B.3o.—Prof. J. Stautley
Grimes. Subject, "Ignorance of Humiin
9 A. M , Devotional Exercises—Rev.
"Talk on Penning" —R. O. Waldron.
Report of Committee on Compulsory Ednca
J. A. McCafkkuty—Discussion,
should Recess be Abolished V"
"How Should Tardiness be I'unUhcd V"
Tickets wiil lie sold by the Pittsburgh and
Western R. R, Co., at excursion rates, good for
return on Saturday to all w ho apply.
Bv Order of Ex. Committee.
Advertise in the Citukh
FINE WALL PAPER,
Fancy Window Shades, Stained Glass Paper.
JAS. M. WALLACE, 75 Wood St., Pittsburgh.
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER!
D. <fe F. 8. WELTY having made important changes in their business location; now ocfopyiiig
ISO FKDGKiIi STIIKET and 65 A «7 PARK WAY.
Rooms Nos. 65 aud 07 I'ark Way have been fitted to suit our business, and are th« ln-st
lighted rooms in the two cities. Our new stock now opened comprises the largest and liest
selections of Carpets, Wall Paper, etc., ever brought to the city. For 15 Days We WLT.I. Ot'lKK
50 pieces of TAPESTBY BKUSSEI.S at M)cts RODV RRUSSELS at $1.25.
VELVETS nt $1.25. MOQTETTES at $1 25.
INGRAIN CARPKTB from 22 cts. upwards. ."-PLY at !K) cts.
One Pair Curtains and one Cornice or Pole for $2.00. Wall Paper from Sets, per roll upvraids.
(jiootlsni Kxrecdingly Low Prices at
D. & F. S. WELTY,
120 Federal St., and 65 & 67 Park Way, Allegheny, Pa.
Who contemplate purchasing
Millinery, Strata Goods,
RIBBONS, LACES. VELVETS, CORSETS,
SILKS, PLUMES, BUSTLES, RUCHINGS,
FLOWERS, VEILINGS, NETS, HOOP SKIRTS, Etc.
We pay particular attention to cus
tomers just starting; and, when they can
not come and make their own selection,
we guarantee to select stock for them
that will give them satisfaction in the
wag of assortment and price. To assure
their success tvill be our aim , thereby
adding new customers and new business. I
Porter & Dona
WHOLESALE ONLY, yfiM
260, 262 and 264 Liberty St.Jwl
B»nd for oor new circular* containing matter of
almost importance to all ex-joldlem or their hclr».
Homl'lalau, and *ll oilier* nttnluit the Govern
ment promptly an<l f»ltlifull v attended t». Atldresa
Willi .lamp W. H WILUI * CO.,
JLock Ron 4MM WaahlnitoM. It. C.
mmm MecliallUti In liiulii, luilur-
Iniim leu, touildrleft, mines, and
TT Cllllvvl In ail trades ; the Lalx.r
•World tell* where work can be had. prices paid, and
all the new«; ihowi how banks anil corporaUunn rob
the poor; how U-elnlaturea and politicians are con
trolled by capitalists; how public lands are atolen
by railroads; Il denounces child labor, prison con
tract labor, and all loruis of oppression; It contains
reading for old and young; established 4 years;
lr £faV& ot LAM% k WeJua», Philadelphia. Pa.
Imported Clydesdale Stallion
wjfti Will make the reason of ISSB
wtl n at the stable of Julian A. Cl.u k,
one mile east of Prospect, Throe
interested In heavy drall horses will find it to
their advantage |o call at uiv stable and see the
horse pod his rolls. The Karl in one ol tlie
ficest sleek vetlcis ever brought to Uuiler
eouuty. See 1 ills or address
JULIAN A. CI.AUK.
niay'23 2ci. I'rospect, fa.
Men and women
CaTCood Maiarv ai.d F.xpeni-eH Paid.
OUTFIT FREE. Noexprrionco needed.
JAMKS R. WIIITNKV,
u rw* ry iu» », KncUrsler, IV. V*