Butler citizen. (Butler, Pa.) 1877-1922, December 26, 1890, Image 3
THE CITIZEN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 38, 1890. ACUTIN OVER . COATS. Now is the time to buy your Over coat, rather than to wait until after the Ist of January. We have reduc ed the price of all Overcoats, which ' consists of Meltons, Fur Beavers, Wors teds, Kerseys and other fabrics. Mens Youth's, Bo\ s and Childrens. Villi in and price these goods, whether you wish to buy or not, no trouble whatever. We have just re ceived a full line of Cape and Storm Coats. Schaul Bros. & Co. OPPOSITE THE HOTEL VOGBLEY. BCTLKR has a population of about 10,000. It is the County seat of Butler County, with 60.000. Four railways, natural gas, and unequalled facilities for* manufactures. .. Progress everywhere; new buildings, new manufactures, a growing and prosperous town. TRAINS AND MAILS. WIST I'KNN It. R.-Trains leave Butler for Allegheny at 8:00. 835 and 11:20 a. m. and MB and (£O6 p. m.; arrive at 8:36 and 10J0 a. m. and 1:80,5U> and Tao p. m. Malls close at Si* a. m. snd 2*6 p. m. and arrive at 830.10:80 a. m. and 5:10 p. in. P. 8. & h. K. K. R.—Trains leave for Green ville at 6*5 and 1020 a. m and p. m. Trains arrive from (iieenvllle at 9:30 a. m. and 2:30 and 83C p. m. Malls close at 6:18 and 9XO a. m. Closed pouch for Branchton, including mall for Hllliara, Boyers and Bovard at 438 p. m. Mails arrive at 235 and 6:20 p. m. P. & W. R. R.—Trains leave Butler for Alle gheny at 620, and I<*2Q a. m. and 2:40. 8:35 and 6:30 p, m. The 836 a. m, train and the Z4O 5. m. connect with trains going west at, Callery unction. Malls close for south and west at 8:00 a. in. For Pittsburg at 10 a. m. Far Pitts burg and point, between Butler and Callery at 3:10 p. m. Kor Pittsburg and points between Callery and Allegheny at 6:00 p. m. For local poln la nort hof Butler at 93S a. m. For Barn hart's Mills, roxourg and OU CUT at 435 p. m. Malls arrive on this road from local points be tween Butler and Callery at 938 a. m.; from Pittsburg and local points between Callery and Allegheny at »I:S6 a. m.; from Barn hart's Mills, FoxUurjj and Oil City at 9:3T a. m. Local mall from the north at 253 p. m.; from Pittsburg and the West at #»o p. m. ST A K KotTTFS— Dally mall from Mt. Chestnut arrives at ir.3o a. m. and leaves at 10:00 a. m. North Hope, Hooker and otber points, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, leave at 130 p. m, New Advertisements. BickoVs Shoes. Election Nctice —Glade Mill Fixe Ins. Co. "Wide Awake. 'Williams It Rogers' Business College. NOTB—AII advertisers intending to make changes in their ads. should notify us of their intending to do so, not later than Monday morning. Personal. Misses Edwards and Hafole, of Foxburg, are the guests of Miss Julia Smith, of the South Side. Miss Maud Bingham is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Brown. J. A. Glenn of the Millerstown Herald was in town this week. Mr. Isaiah Thompson, of Colorado, is back to Butler County with his family. He owns a good farm of 300 acres there, bnt the Indians have lately shown signs of making trouble. He is a brother of Elijah Thompson, of Centre Twp., and of Archie Thompson, of Mercer Co. Paul Murrin and Charley McNamee, pupils in Hal. Burns' school in Venango Twp., spelled 1,086 test words without misspelling a Bingle one. Miss Mary Gilliland, and Messrs. F. E. Mitchell and Wm. Stevenson, of this county, were visiting friends at Ulearview, Lawrence Co., last week. Rev. W. S. McNees is now pastor of the Middlesex and Summit Presbyterian churches. Miss Jessie Carver is visiting in Bandy Lake. Mr. 11. C. Heineman has resigned the agency uf the Adams Express. A 1 Heck callod ns in and showed ns something fine in the Amaryllis line the other day. It is a now plant raised by the great grower, Hamilton, from his celebrat ed "Empress of India" and is called "XX XH." The plant has three very beautiful and extremely large blooms on it, and is a sight. AI'H greenhouses are unusually crowded with plants this fall. The piano which Mr. Leidecker present ed to the fire company will be contested for by several of the young ladies of this place. The voting begins to-day. Miss Stella Pape is one of the contestants and there are three or lour others whose names we have not learned. A young mac, evidently from the coun try, caused some amusement while giving the aspiration of his fondest dreams a sleigh-ride on Friday of last week. The deep snow made turning with a cutter rather difficult, so the gentleman, desiring to retrace bis steps, suddenly bundled the lady out, handed handed her the ensbion, robes, whip, etc., and getting out himself turned the outfit, to tbe great edification of the onlookers, aud soon was homeward bound. The teachers stopping at the Wick House, numbering about forty had a gay time on Tuesday evening oi last week. Headed by Mr. Wallace Burk, they had gathered a considerable sum of money to support Miss Critchlow of Slippery roc* tp. in the Times contest for a dressing case, but on its appearing to tbe leaders that several cases like that offered could be bought with the money on hand,they made assurance doubly sure by buying a beauti ful one outright. This was presented to Miss Critchlow at the parlors of the Wick House on Thursday evening in the pres ence of all those interested, in a speech by Burk. Tho recipient was taken entirely by surprise and could only murmer her thanks but Sam Christley came to the res cuo und made a fine response. The balance of tho evening was spent in having a good sociable time. Balph'sNew Store. Dr. Balph opened bis beautiful new store room yesterday, and he has as handsome counters, showcases and prescription-desk as an enterprising druggist could wish for- For the Holiday trade he has quite an -as sortment of toilet articles in plush leather which you should see before pur chasing. LOCAL AND GENERAL Ii there's anything makes a woman mad, And her dander rise like sin. It's to scold a man, and have him stand And grin, and grin, and grin. —ln order to he able to celebrate Christ mas, we go to press a day earlier than onnal, this week, and we wish yon all a "Merry Christmas." —Dr. Bensel has moved his office to 224 Graham St. —The livery men are sure of something to put in their stocking now. —lt would take a freight train of thirty five cars to transport $1,000,000 in pen nies. —The man who worries about things that cannot be helped is sawing timber for his own coffin. —The P. 0. on the Amberson farm call ed Oildom has been ordered discontinu ed. —The Glade Mill Fire Ins. Co. will elect officers on Tuesday, Jan. 13th. See no tice. —Rotten ice caused some of our young people to get a ducking in the ponds last Saturday. —On Monday afternoon one of # Herman Fagan's twins died, it was born on Tues day of last week. —Some of Governor-elect Pattison's admirers of Millerstown sent him a fifty pound turkey for his Christmas dinner. —Serious charges have been made against the managers of the Allegheny Work house, and an investigation is demanded. —At the meeting of the stockholders of the Butler Saving's Bank last Saturday the renewal of the charter was decided npon. —Gov. Beaver on Monday attached his signature to the certificate making Alle gheny a city of the Second Class under the act of May, 1889. —The parent who never tells a child that he loves it except when about to give it a good licking makes a terrible mistake. —An exchange thinks it is better for the general health of a community to have one good-natured man in a neighborhood than four doctors. —At tbe meeting of Council last Thurs day evening tbe contract for the McKean street sewer was awarded to the Ort broth ers of Pittsburg at $2,468, the Chestnut St. sewer to E. F. Hughes at $1,120. —Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Shoat of Custer Co. Nebraska, formerly of Butler, write home of great distress in that vicinity caused by the drouth, and ask for aid for the suffer ers. Subscriptions can be sent to Dr. Byers, or any of the book stores. —A strange bird, late.'y shot in Buffalo twp, is described as follows: "It was al most white, legs feathered down to the feet, was as large as a good siied hawk and seemed to be a cross between a fish hawk and owL - -The alternate freezing and thawing of tbe past few days, made the walking very tedious and tiresome, and illustrated tbe necessity of cleaning the snow off your sidewalk toon alter it falls. —The world is a looking-glass and gives back to erery man the expression of his own face. Frown at it and it will in turn look sourly upon you, laugh at it and with it and it is a jolly, kind companion; and so let all young persons take choice. —Some years ago, when the divorce case of Crow vs. Crow was tried in Pittsburg, George W. Quail, Esq., was commissioner, and a man named Peacock was a witness, and after the libellant got her divorce she married a man named Hogg. —lf you want a lovely odor in your rooms, Bays the Scientific American, break off branches of tbe Norway spruce and ar range them in a jug well filled with water. In a few days tender, pale green branches feather oat, sod and cool to ibe touch and giving off the delightful health-giving odor. —There is more rejoicing in a country newspaper office over one letter that con tains a little cash than over ninety and nine letters which contain circulars and complimentary tickets to various exhibi tions the editor has no notion of attend ing. —That celebrated scholar and traveller' Joseph Cook, lectured in Butler, Monday night to as large an|andience at the Court room would hold. His lecture was on "Ultimate America," the future of our Nation and the other Nations of the Western Hemisphere,£and he thinks this Nation holds tbe key of tbe civilisation of the whole world, and that each individual member of it should be true to his trust. "Opportunity occupied is Greatness." He is a large man both physically and mental ly, and his lecture was such an array of faots, figures and ideas as would suffice for a dosen ordinary efforts. He sees danger in the misgovernment of the large cities of our day and in what will be the much larger cities of tbe future, and as he at tributes this misrule to the influence of the liqnor interest, the ending of his lecture was a plea tor its prohibition. —Men's Holiday handkerchiefs and mufflers st D. E. JA CKSON'S. —Pupils' Monthly Reports, one cent each, for eale at CITIZEN office. —Fine eskes st tbe City Bskerj. —Zuver's Pictures leave nothing wanting in finish, tone or s correct likeness. —Anything to be found in a first class jewelry store at J. R. Grieb,l2o S. Main Bt. Sign of Electric Bell. —Confectionery and fruits at tbe City Bakery. —One hundred pieces all Silk Rib bon, from 5c to 15c per yard. M. F. & M. MARKS. —Don't buy a wrap until you bare inspected our immense stock of plush coats and jackets, cloth and stockinet jackets. We can surely save you big money. L. STEIN & BON. —A full line of fascinators and mittens at PAPE'S. —lt will pay teacherß attending tbe Institute to call at Alex. Wil liams' Music Store to see bis large line of Pianos and Organs and small musical instruments. —Special drive in Bearer Hats at M. F. & M. MARKS'. —You are invited to see my fine selection of watches, dismonds, jewel ry, silverware, clocks, Ac. My prices will surprise you. J. R. Qrieb, No. 120, S. Main St., Butler, Pa. Sign of Electric Bell. —Handkerchiefs, mufflers, etc., at P APE'S. —There is no better time during tbe year for beginning s course of study in Willisms & Rogers' Roches ter business university than on the first Monday in January. So many additional pupils are expected at that time that new classes will be formed in all departments. —Largest line of Holiday Goods in Butler st tbe 5-cent Store, opposite Savings Bsnk. Christmas in the Churches. The children of the Presbyterian Church will have a treat, recitations, etc.. in the Sunday school room on the evening of Christmas Day. The M. E. Sunday School will have a festival and literary entertainment on the evening of Christmas Day. The Reformed Sunday School w ill have a tree and treat, and the usual exercises, Wednesday evening. The usual Christmas eve celebration will be held in the English Lutheran Church room, for which an elaborate program has been prepared. The entertainment at St. Mark's Luther" an Church will begin at 6:30 W ednesday evening. There will be a tree and treat and the usual exercises. Services at 11 a. m. Christmas Day. The Episcopal Sunday School will hold its festival, with tree and presents, Christ mas eve. Early and late masses will be held at St Peter's and St Paul's Catholic Churches. For St. Peter's Church an elaborate program has been prepared as follows: At 6:00 a. m. —Kyrie of Weber, Gloria of L. Jeals, Credo of Weber, Adeste Fideles of Xovello, Haydn's Sanctus Xo. 2, Rosen wig's 0! Salutans, and the Agnus Dei of Weber. At 10:30 a. m.—The Kyrie, Gloria and Credo of Haydn's Imperial Third Mass. the Marvellous Works of Haydn's Creation. Haydn's Third Sanctus, Xoveilo's Adeste Fideles, and Haydn's Third Agnus Dei. The choir is organized as follows: Sopranos—Misses Reisenman, Smith, Knittel, Wagner aud S. Aland. Contraltos—Misses Pape. M. Reisenman and S. Pape. Tenors —Messrs. Niggle, C. Papp and G. A. Pape. Bass—Messrs. Koch and T. Pape. Organist—R. J. Lamb. Sick People. Mr. Isaac C. McXees of Brady Twp. is recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fever. Mr. John Hanna of Glade Mills is down with typhoid fever. Accidents. Allen McCall of Franklin Twp. fell from a ladder in his barn a few days ago and broko three of his rfbs. Harold, an eight-year-old son of Austin Fleeger, of Millerstown, was severely in jured while coasting last Saturday. While laboring under temporary mental aberration last Monday, Miss Dilly Whit mire of Oakland twp., put a loaded pistol to her head and pulled the trigger. The ball glanced off the skull, and though it made a painful wound, the young lady is expected to recover. Holiday Excursion Tickets on the Penn sylvania Railroad. In pursuance of the usual custom the Pennsylvania Railroad Company announces that Christmas and Xew Year excursion tickets will be sold between all principal stations on its system at two cents per mile except between Philadelphia and Xew York and certain other stations on the United Railroads of Xew Jersey Division, where the regular excursion rate and limit will prevail. The tickets will be sold December 24th, 1890. to January Ist, 1891, valid for return passage until January sth, 1891 inclusive. A CHRISTMAS STORY. Continued. If yoa did not find what you want ed in our last week's list, read thiß: We've made a specialty of fine leather goods season; have ladies and genta traveling cases from 75c to SB, best of fittings. One and two piece collar and coff sets, lap desks, and a line of pocket books, purses, card cases, letter books, cigar cases, music rolls, chatelaine and shopping bags that can't be equaled anywhere else in town. We have all the latest novelties in the parse line. In the line of leather goods we might mention leather bound books. We never bad as fine an assort ment of Teachers' pocket and family Bibles: padded leather poets $1 to $3, Speaking of books—"of making of books there is no end," truly, and this season there are some fine gift books which yon don't want to miss. Nice line of illustrated poems in leatherette at 50 c., Red Line poets 75 c. In illustrated poems in Ivorine and Arabesque covers at $1 and $1.25. Fine line of photogravure and booklets innumerable, and in child rens we hare a wagon load—loo kinds of 10c books, 100 kindß 15c books, 200 kinds of 25c books and as many more ranging in price from 30c to $2. In sets we have Dickens, 15 vol, $6.50; Shakespeare, 13 vol, $5; Qui sot's History of France, 8 vol, $5, etc. E. P. Roe's,Misß Alcott's, Pansy's and Alger's books sold separately or sets. In conclusion we wish to mention that we have a fine line of gold pens, pencils, tooth picks, glove hooks, sterling silver holders, match safes, etc., and—well come and see the rest. Yours Respectfully, J. H. DOUGLASS, 241 S. Main St. Old No., 61. —White and black silk handker chiefs at D. E. JACKSON'S —lf you want a nice cheap hat get one of those 75c Felts. M. F. & M. MARKS. —A great variety of elegant fancy goods for the holidays at Redick's. Yon are invited to call and see them. —Cloaks, cloaks, cloaks, best valaes in plush, cloth and stockinet garments, at L. STEIN & SON'S. —Silverware in endless variety at C. F. T. Pape & Bro.'s, 122 S. Main Bt. The gentleman who wishes to present his wife or sweetheart with a Christmas token in the best taste and style will call at C. F, T. Pape & Bro.'s before the holidays. For Sale Cheap. A good brick dwelling house, sit uated in Butler, for particulars in quire of JOHN H. REIBER, CITIZEN OFFICE. —Cloaks, Jacketß and Furs at D. E. JACKSON'S, —Big line of Albums at the 5-cent Store, opposite Savings Bank. —Wheeler & Wilson and Stan dard Sewing Machines at HENRY BIEIIL'S, No. 122 N. Main St., Butler, Pa —Clocks in onyx, marble, iron, wood, nickel, gilt, and ornaments to match, at J. R. Grieb's, 120 S. Main St. Sign of Electric Bell. —Our many customers will be pleased to know we have a larger, better and cheaper Btock of Silks and Linen Handkerchiefs than ever bo fore. M. F. & M. MARKS. LEGAL NEWS. BOTES. In the Criminal Court of Allegheny Co. ' last Friday, Judge Stnwe allowed a plea of j simple assault and battery to be entered j against Wesley Greer for assaulting Rob t I Harbison and suspended sentence. I The will of Susan J Mechling late of Jef ferson twp. was probated and no letters. Letters of administration were granted I to Wm Watson on estate of John ICkas late I of Bulfalo twp. The County Commissioners are ready for I the Auditors next week, and the expenses lof the county for IS9O will aggregate be tween #40.000 and $41,000, and the re ceipts about eqnal. Some of the Assessors have returned their books. Ira Marlatt, whose father formerly resid ed in Cranberry twp. this county, is on trial at New "Lisbon. 0., for murder, and Jotn Rowan of Cranberry twp., testi fied as to the insanity running in the fami ly- Leases are being taken and filed, cover ing the territory between Byrom Centre and the lloover farm. The Jury Commissioners began filling the wheel." this week, for next year: and persons who have not been summoned on the jury for years, and want to be should send in their names immediately. LATK PBOTIiRTT TRANSFERS. J. T. Donlv to Maria Donly lot in Butler for 1200. H. X. Cooper to J. ii. Greer 10 acres in Jefferson for 171. T. M. Rhodes to L. A. Rhodes lot in Centerville for 1000. Marriage Licenses. Obediah Beighley Venango Co Clara Harper Concord twp Win. Campbell Millerstown Cora KrotZ'-r Clarion Co Plnmmer Cooper l'ortersville Matilda McCVluup: Prospect Edward Wallers Clinton twp Sarah lioice Clarence Conn Clay twp Elizabeth McCantllese ■' John M. Luton Connoq'g twp Laura Cooper Harmony James E. Perry Cherry Iwp Leah Hindman " James C. Abel Jeannette, Pa Anna Davis Greenville. Pa J. Walker Boozel I Worth twp Mary Dickson " Wm. K. Smith Butler Lizzie A. Roche Cochranton, Pa Albert 11. McCandless Butler twp Martha E. Young " At Clarion, Robert Irvell and Sarah Ser geant of Butler county. This Isn't a Joke, It can be Ex plained. $1.50 plus 12.40 = $3.00. Teacher, to Visitor: "Xow, there's an industrious boy in the corner seat. James, you may put your example on the black board." James chalks the above figures on the board, and explains the peculiar result as follows: "The folks over to the CITIZEN - office said if I'd give 'em $3.00 they'd send me the value of $1.50 plus $2.40, an' dad an' I decided to do it." James was a wise boy, He learned that $3.00 was the clubbing price at which he could get the CITIZEN for the family and "Wide Awake" for himself and the girls; both for a whole year. Our readers should know that "Wide Awake" is the famous Boston magazine for young people (100 pages every month) and costs $2.40 alone. But with our usual enterprise we have arranged to offer that magazine and the CITIZEN for a while, for $3.00. The CITIZEN will take care of all orders, and show any one the magazine. —Mr. Jesse Richards, teacher of phonograph j, is in Botler for the purpose of organizing a phonographic class. Those who wish instruction in this admirable art cannot do better than to enter this course, consisting of twenty lessons, two one-hour night lessons per week: Tuition, ten dollars ($10.) He guarantees entire satis faction. Mr. Richards is conducting classes at Kittanning, conies well recommended and we take pleasure in endorsing him. Call upon or ad dress Sink's, 132 E. Jefferson St. —Bargains in stockinet jackets at $2.50, $3, $4, $5 and $4, all worth from $1 to $3 more, at L. STEIN & SON'S. —Ribbons—fine, Ribbons—cheap, Ribbons—wide, Ribbons—narrow, AH kinds of Ribbons at D. T. PAPE'S, 122 S. Main St. —See those elegant cuff and collar boxes, work baskets and odor cases at Redick's. —Handkerchiefs for children, Handkerchiefs for ladies, Handkerchiefs for men, llem6tiched Handkerchiefs, at D. T. PAPE'S, 122 S. Main St., Butler, Pa. —Have you seen the most elegant stock of watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, spectacles, etc., in Butler? You must call at No. 120 S. Main St., if you want something fine for a holiday present. Respectfully, J. R. Qrieb. —Alex. Williams has still a few premium pianos left, which he is sell ing at reduced rates for the Holidays. —Don't miss seeing our Zephyr Bonnets for children. M. F. & M. MARKS. —Self winding office clocks a specialty at C. F. T. Pape & Bro's, Will put them up, guarantee them, and keep them in repair for two years. A simple electrical device takes the place of the monotonous daily or weekly winding —J. R. Grieb is offering special bargains during the holiday season in watches, clocks, jewelry, diamonds, silverware, spectacles, <fec. No. 120 S. Main St., Butler, Pa. Sign of Electric Bell. —C. F. T. Pape <fe Bro. haye the finest assortment of rings in Butler. Call and examine them at 122 South Main St. —Pianos and Organs for Christmas Giftß,slo cash, and sls per month till paid for, at Alex. Williams' Popular Music Store. —Linen Handkerchiefs, Mourning Handkerchiefs, Handkerchiefs of all kinds, Handkerchiefs for everybody, at D. T. PAPE'S, 122 S. Main St., Butler, Pa. Holiday Goods. A fine line of fine silverware, just the thing for a Christmas gift at E. GBIEK'S, 139 N. Main St. —Call and get prices on watches, clocks, etc., for holiday gifts at C. F. T. Pape & Bro.'s, 122 S. Main St. —The Anti-Rusting Tinware— guaranteed against rust for three years, at HENRY BIEIIL'S, No. 122 N. Main St., Butler, Pa. —Buy the Eighme patent shirt at J. F. T. STEULE'B. — 5-A Horse Blankets cheap at MABTINCOURT & Co.'s, 216 W. Cunningham St. To the Farmers. If you want choice buckwheat flour and a fair turn out, have your buck wheat ground at Geo. Walter mill, which is running day und night and makes the best flour in the market. GEO, WALTER, Butler, Pa. OH Notes. The well on the Webber farm south of Prospect was "shot" last week, and is pronounced a duster. Two wells in that vicicty, the Allen and English farm wells, will be completed this week. But little is doinjr in the Hundred foot | field, and there are no new operations ex cepting those at Harmony and Callery. The well on the Irwin lot at Callery is rated at 200. MeJunkin Is. Co's new well on the Brunemer is rated at bbls., Black 1 Co's 1 on the Hiram Graham at 'Campbell <i | Co's on the Jas. Welch at 0", Miller Vogeley on the H. liraham at '2b and I>ale A Thompron on the McKinney at lt>U. A good gas well was struck near Huon, Beayer Co. last week. Russell H. Con well. Col. Conwell will lecture iu the Court room ou Friday evening of next week Jan. 2d., on the ''Heroism of a Private Life." Col. Conwell has already been heard and appreciated by Butler audiences, and li 0 will be greeted by a large audience, next Friday evening. The Markets. BUTLER MARKETS. Our grocers are paving 22 cents for but ter, 2 o for fre.sh eggs. ;ri tor potatoes. $1.25 for onions, f1.50 for beans, 30 for turnips, 60 for parsnips, and 10 to 12i for dressed poultry. PITTSBCRU PRODUCE. Timothy hay from country wagons 110 to sl2, mixed hay •F.S.I'O, white middlings #24, brown middlings f-1, winter wheat bran s2l. Rye 70 to 7S, wheat 96 to #1.03, oats 4S to 50," shelled corn 53 to 50, ear corn 57 to 03. Country clover seed $4. timothy $1.50; buckwheat flour 2} to 3. Country roll butter 15 to 22, fresh eggs in cases 27, cold-storage eggs 20, beans $2.30, potatoes on track ft.os, jobbing $1.15; rags cabbage 4 and 5, onions $1.25, turnips 25 to 30; feathers 35 to 60. Dressed spring chicken 10, old 9; dressed duck 13, and turkey 14. Chestnuts $4, walnuts 50 to 75, shell barks $2. Pheasants $4.50 a doien, gray scjnirrels $1.25, rabbits 15 a pair. LIVE STOCK. At Ilerr's Island, Monday, Christmas cattle sold at 5£ to sjf, and others from 3 to 5.35, bulls and dry cows 2 and 3, bologna cows $5 to sl2, fresh cows $25 to SSO. J. Reiber it Son had the best fresh cow in the market and got a. fancy price for her. She was bought from a Air. Shep herd, of Middlesex Twp. Veal calves sold at 5 to 6£. Sheep sold at 3J to SA, and lambs at 4 to Corn-fed hogs retailed at 3.80 to 3.85, and countries at 3 to 3s. Pisor whole saled a lot of Butler Co. hogs at 3. TUE OIL MARKET Closed Monday at 09J, Tuesday at 683. —Don't fail to gee the great reduc tion in prices of seasonable goods at D. E. JACKSON'S. Toys! Toys! Toys 1 CHRISTMAS will soon be here. What are you going to do to make it a bright spot in childhood's history? Childhood is only once in onr lives. Joys can be purchased now for a penny, and there is trouble enough in after years Let us paint the com ing Christmas a bright, big red-letter day, always to be remembered. Do you say yon can't afford it? Do yon know what a quarter will do at the 5 cent Store. Do you know that that quarter will give more joy to that little boy or girl now than any amount in after years. Our stock is larger thsn ever be fore. Our prices are lower. We have anything, and everything. Such funny toys,such pretty presentH. The largest and cheapest toy books. Rare value in albums. Big line of cups— children's, ladies', and mustache. Dolls, dolls! Ob! see them. Come and see us, whether you wish to buy or not, and if you buy of us our great variety and low prices will help bring joy to some little life and we will be contented. We wish you all a merry Christmas. Remember the place, the 5-cent Store, opposite Berg's and Savings Banks. W. M. NICKLE. —A full line of fascinators and mittens at P APE'S. —Travellers' cases, smokers' sets, whisks and holders, toilet mirrors, manicure sets, brush and comb cases, shaving sets—in plush, leather, cellu loid and silver, at Redick's. —Diamonds at J. R. Grieb's, 120 S. Main St. Sign of Electric Bell. —Onr doublu heel and knee stock ing is the cheapest and best for school wear. M. F. & M. MARKS. —We can save you money on plush coats, cloth jackets, stockinet jackets and children's garments, at L. STEIN & Sox's. —lce cream furnished in auy quantity, for parties, by the City Bakery. —Take your children to Zuver's Gallery for Pictures that will euit yon. Anderson building. —Genuine Hand-made Harness for $9 at MARTINCOURT & Co.'s, 216 W. Cunningham St. —Gold specs and eye glasses at J. R. Grieb's, 120 S. Main St. Sign of Electric Bell. —Go to Martincourt & Co.'s and buy two horse blankets for what one costs elsewhere. —What would be a more appro priate gift for an old lady or gent than a fine pair of gold spectacles. I can promise you a fin« selection and at bargains. J. R. Grieb, 120 S. Main St. —Ribbons for faucy work, Ribbous for art work, Ribbons for dress trimming, Ribbons all shades. Ribbons all grades, at D. T. PArE's. 122 S. Main St. Christmas Presents. Young man,let us help you to solve the all important question, What shall I buy her for a Christmas gift? There is nothing thai makes a more appropriate gift than the thousand and one things that will be fouud in our store and if you call we will glad ly show them to you. E. GRIEB, the Jeweler, 139 N. Main St. —Celluloid and oxidized silver toilet sets, with or without cases, at Redick's. —Do you want a genuine diamond ring, with finest gold mountings? Do you want a soft glowing Ruby? A mild Moonstone? a brilliant Emerald? a beautiful but ill-fated opal? an exquisite pearl? a stylish rosaline? a popular tiger eye? a topaz? garnet? amethyst or black pearl? If you do, there is but one proper place in Butler to go for it, and that is C. F. T. Pape & liro's, 122 S. Main St. —Tie up your horse with a 75c. hand-made leather halter. Martin court & Co.. 21G W. Cunningham St., have them. jAn Attractive Feature 'At our stoie just now is the i beautiful line ol Holiday i Goods, all selected with care | and in exquisite taste. We show the latest designs. Our I . prices are not more than asked elsewhere for goods of inferior quality. C oine to our store, whether you wish to purchase ; or not. No trouble to show goods, and polite attention •riven to all. Our stock of line ■ c ! perfumes, both in bottle and ' bulk, greater than at present. We give you the I very best and save you money at our store. Respectfully, C. N. liOYD, Druggist. Diamond Block, Butler, Pa. Christmas Presents. Greater variety, prettier and cheap er this year than ever before. I have the best line of Holiday Goods this year that 1 ever had I want every bodv to see them, and I exteud a cor dial invitation to the public to call and examine them. No person is expected to buy cnless they see what they want at prices to suit them. I know I have nice goods. I know they are cheap, and will be pleased to show them to you whether you buy or not. Call early while the stock is full at REDICK'S. Drug Store, next door to Lowry house. We Pay Salary and expenses to LIVE AGENTS, men or women. Xo drones wanted. Work steady year round and cash weekly. Good pay for part time. Pine outfit free. Experi ence not needed. Send references and stamp at once. J. EUGENE WHITNEY, Rochester, X. T. IlTThis firm is perfectly responsible. —lce cream at last summer's prices at Morrison's City Bakery. —The cheapest place in Butler to buy stoves is HENRY BIEHL'S, Xo. 122 N. Main St , Butler, Pa. —Buy the 'Lansing Wagon—it is the best. For*sale by HENRY BIEHL, 122 N. Main St., Butler, Pa. Fine table linens, fancy towels, tidies and stamped linens in great variety at L. STEIN & SON'S. —Our Ladies' Wool Hose at 25 cents can't be beat. All other grades at bargain prices. L. STEIN & SON. —White aprons'at all prices, tidies, fancy towels, fine linen table sets, stamped linens, etc., at L. STEIN <FE SON'S. —Largest line of silks, velvets and dress goods in the county at less than former prices, at L. STEIN ft SON'S. Two Good Papers at a Bargain. We have made arrangements by which we can furnish The Ohio Farmer, the lead ing agricultural, live stock, and family journal of this country, and the CITIZEN both one year, postage paid,for only $2.40. This is a bargain that every farmer should accept. —Boarding House Cards, with Act of Assembly, 25 cents for half-a-dozen, for sale at CITIZEN office. Holiday Excursions. On December 24tb, 25th and 31st, 1890, and January Ist, 1891, ticket agents of the Pittsburg <& Western Ity. will sell excursion tickets to all local stations, at excursion rates. All tickets good to return until January sth, inclusive. —Fine watches at J. R. Grieb's, 120 S. Main St. Sign of Electric Bell. —J. J. Reiber, the drover, wants all farmers and stockraisers to know that he still deals in stock of all kinds. Any persons having any to sell should address him LOCK BOX 926, Butler, Pa., or leave with Jacob Reiber, Jefferson St. —Fascinators at 25, 40, 50, 75 cts. and $1 at L. STEIN & SON'S. You never saw a good assort ment of blankets, robes, harness, buggies, carts and everything in their line in your life unless you have been to Martincourt & Co., nor never will see them till you go there. Qenuine Hand made Harness for $9 at MARTINCOURT & Co.'s, 216 W. Cunningham St. —Home-made bread at the City Bakery. —Silverware in great quantities. Tea sets, shaving sets, toilet sets, jewel cases, card receivers, pickle cas tors, knives, forks and spoons, and, in fact, hundreds of things too numer ous to mention. I promise you the beet selection in town, at J. R. Grieb's, 120 S. Main St. Slipperyrock Normal. Attend the State Normal School at Slipperyrock. Expenses only $39 for 12 weeks, beginning Jan. 2,1891. Address ALBERT E. MALTBV, Principal. Every purchaser will be present ed with one of our "cards" until Jan. Ist. M. F. & M. MARKS. —lf 1 Btate that I have the largest, Guest, most tasty and best selected stock in Butler I mean it. Anything in the line of diamouds, watches,both gold and silver; jewelry, silverware, spectacles, docks «tc , can be had at the lowest possible prices. If you will give me a call I'm sure I can please you. Respectfully,.!. II Orieb, 120 S. Main St. Sign of Electric Bell. A GHAND SUCCESS. tiVfl M* > | P V- 1 !' One of the most successful openings took place at our store Friday and Saturday, Nov. 28 and 29. Thou sands of people came to see our New Stock of Fine FURNITURE, and everyone said to us, you have the finest line of goods we have ever seen. So wc have. It C? will pay any person in Butler county to visit our store. We have a cheap line of Furniture. Don't fail to see our Bed Room Suit, in fine polished oak, for $25; Fine Polished Rockers, upholstered in plush,"#4.so; a Xice Wood Seat Rock er for sl. Don't fail to see our stock before selecting vour CHRIST MAS PRESENTS! Campbell & Templeton, A. Troutman <fc Son's old stand, - - Butler, Pa. FREE TRIP TO BUTLER! To the Grand Christmas Opening at 1.1. OSBORNE'S ILIMY (Mill FIXE PICTURES! | My pictures are the talk of the town.and those who miss seeing my lines of Etch ings, Engravings, Photogravures, Photo graphs, l'astel and Water Color Paintings, are unfortunate, indeed. I have 200 Remark Proof, and Artist's Etchings and Prints, seleeted with great care and good taste from the lines of the three leading publishers in this country, 40 of Taber's and other photogravures, and 300 Taber's Artotypes, which with many Oleographs, Chroinos and Paintings, make the best line of pictures to be had iu East ern markets. I make a specialty of Artistic Framing and can frame anything from a .Marriage License to a house and lot. An old pic ture with a new frame is often as good as new and will make a nice present. EF-I call particular attention to my lines of Bamboo and Hard Wood Easels, and my Frames for cabinet photographs. BOOKS. Without donbt my line of Books excel anj* ever displayed in Butler. I have a complete line of the standard 12 inos at 22c and 35c. Fifty different Poets in gilt edge atosc each—all the most popular books now extant. In gift books I haveall the gems of the season and can simply ask yon to see them before going elsewhere. WEBSTER'S r.NAIIKJIH.ED DICTIONARY, with patent index. .$lO. Webster's I'na bridged for $2.50. HOLIDAY GOODS,flonnnnT P ' Jefferson St STATIONERY, \ ' 'V * Nsxtto Lowry House, ART UUUUiII! li —lce for sale at) the City Bakery. —Martincourt & Co.,- 216 W. Cun ningham St., has more robes and horse blankets than you ever seen in your life. —New kid gloves, cloth gloves?, mittens, hosiery and underwear at lower prices than ever, at L. STEIN & SON'S. Notice. The highest price paid for buck wheat at Geo. Walter mill, Butler, Pa. —Silverware of all kinds at J. It. GBIEB'S, 120 S. Main St. —We will have a full line of trim med Hats and Bonnets until Jan. Ist. M. P. A M. MARKS. — 5-A Horse Blankets cheap at MAKTINCOUKT & CO.'S, 216 W. Cunningham St. Robes and Blankets As cold weather approaches horse owners will snve money by buying their horse blank en ts, knee robes, etc.. now. A g< od warm blanket on a horse in cold weather saves more for the owner than any thing else. The largest and most com plete line of robes,blankets,har ness,whips,trunks, valises, etc., in the county,and at. the lowest prices, will always be lound at Kr. KEMPER'S, 124 N. Alain St., Butler, Pa TUIO nSUCu 'n t. ,-.v. fhiladrlMite ! __ ' " Y'IVMC.-VRII i' 4. yj* AVER A SOW, our #f'Lorilld zgrnlm. THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME WHO Would miss it? See Southeast Corner c f this "ad." I Have Presents for All ! Fine Pictures, Frames, Easels, Gold Pens. Books, Books and Books. Books in Sets, Gift Books, Juve nile Books and Poems. Plush, Meta 1 and Leather Toilet Cases, Odor Cases, Manicure and Shaving Sets, Cuff and Collar Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Ci trar Boxes, Smoker's Sets, Albums, Hand Mirrors, Triplicate Mirrors, Ac ALBUMS, PRICES PHOTO, M IN ALL AL'TO. ■% *1 #1 LINES ANP V\M/7 VERY SCRAI'O. LOW. CLOTHING Is what we are going to talk about now, and we are going to tell yon about our STOCK OF IT, bow LARGE IT IS, and the MARVELOUSLY LOW PRICE you can obtain a suit of it for. Our stock of men's, youths', boys' and cliildrens clothing is larger than ever. Our FINE SUITING department is SIMPLY ELEGANT. We have OYERCOA TS galore,and what is bcttet.at a price that CANNOT be duplicated elsewhere CHILDREN'S WEAR is something that most people are intere«ted in and wc have got JUST WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT The nicest line in town: also a large assortment of JERSEY SUITS. In addition to the above we have an immense stock of Hats, Neckwear, Under wear, Gloves and Gents' Furnishings. Come and see us, we will treat you well. Yours, Anxious to please, H. Schneideman The Peoples Clothier. 104 S. Main St. - - " Butler, -Pa. The Pittsburg Weekly Com mercial Gazette. Brimful of news and interesting reading matter. It is a paper for the farm and fire side. It is a clean , attractive, aud a care fully edited eight-page weekly news paper lor culy $1 per year. Or we will send the CITIZEN - and the Week ly Commercial Qazdte for one year I rof $2.30 a year, in advance. MLLE. SARAH The Beautiful French Doll,the fine cxpreis wagon and the pretty pictura and story books are some of the special attractions and are worth comiug miles to see, especi ally since it costs you nothing. Read the county papers eack week, for they will suggest lots of new ideas about Christmas presents. UCBU! While you look for the locals in another place. They will tell yon many things about Mile. Sarah,the Juvenile Books,and last but not least THE KHKE EXCURSION TO BUTLBR! From any Railroad Station within ten miles of Butler I will refund amount ofcar fare both ways with purchases amounting to Six Dollars. Front any Railroad Station in Butler Co. I will refund full amount of car fare both wavs with purchases amounting to Ten Dollars. Come to Butler. It will cost you noth ing, and you will find my prices the low est. X. B.—This offer does not only include Holiday Goods, but Wall Paper, Window Blinds and Stationery. From now until Xmas Day. PALESMEIH J WANTED. |)| Traveling au.l local, to sellour choice nuraery stock. F»M-«'lllnK specialties In harder frultx, ete snleiidid outnt free. Steady employment sruaraiiteod. Your pay weekly. Write for terms. K (,i:i:MAMA NI RSKRY CO.. Rochester. N. Y. Ivv r °* *«»?> Ml# * C-M i ■ Wfceii W lht» pap« , of obUu eitimat t on »dvt' t pt wh#n in Chicago, will find it on IPc 1 1 LORD&THOHAS.