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FRIPAY. •CTOBEB 2. 1891
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year. In Mtvonoc ; WtoUe Uw coMty, 12 per
year tn advance.
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.uWequent tnaorUoa m cttM eacu. Auditors
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arli s, cardg alt '-ksaka. resolutions of reelects
notices ot rejlfcraje ami fain, etc.. nwrtM at
the rate of a oenta a Una, monar to accompany
the order. Seven weads of prow make a IM.
Hates for stu«u cart* iM Job worlt on
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aU transient adranprnw nmt be paid for In ad
Of each issue •( meCmM* some extra copies
ar printed wMCfc are sent to citizens of the
county wao are Mt sntaaafber* and their sub
s criptlon 1s inymlfaHy MMted.
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pauied by a rospcaabl* UU.
" PUBLIC AH TICKETS.
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to Mete fMaaartr.
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WILL I A* ft. PATTERSON.
Commjam Meeting Celled.
Tho aionkui ef tfae Republican County
Committee are requested to meet mt Hus
elton's Hall, i* Butler, on Saturday, Oct.
<kl, 1891, at 1 o'clock p. a., to nominate or
device means ot a*ain*ti*g a candidate to
the proposed Coastitafcional Convention
and to dispeso ot sach other business as
may be brought befor* the Committee.
All the member* ef the Ccamittee are
earnestly requested to be present.
A. M. OatimßT, Chairman.
J. M. PAIBTBB,
A. R. MECHLIN*,
Gov. PATWSOS has issued a proclama
tion con replug the State Senate in extra
ordinary seesiJi befianiog next Tuesday
week, for the perpoee of hearing the
charges against Aa4itor-Oeneral MeCa
mant and State Taemrer Boyer.
Tho Constitution fives him the author
ity so to do, mi the power to remove
either or both *f the oCoorS named, pro
vided two-thiaia ef the members of the
Senate AeeUe Mt there is reasonable
cause fer his as 4*ia* ■id he is of samel
opinion aiaself, •#* firing the offending
officials a fall hnriag.
Two-thirds it %* ■ sabers of the State
Senate are HepahVeaas, and it is to be
hoped that they vlll io their duty in this
matter promptly aad fc»rleesly. and decide
the Matter on the evidence presented to
them, and that aleae. The resort to dila
tory measures, or any evasion of duty will
stultify both theaselves and tho party.
W E published aa article from one of onr
Bearer Co. extfhaagee, last week, relating
to & reported up" for this Congress
ional district, wheasby Mr. Alex. Mc-
Dowoll of Mereear Co. was to be placed up
on the State ticket aext year, and Mr. T.
W. Phillips of La wren a e Co. be given as
clear a track as passible for the Republican
naminatioa of the district, and wo had
previously heard ef the same arrangoment
from other sources.
"Any arrangement of that kind, made or
to bo made, wotld be between the parties
interested and M. 8. Quay; and its con
summation under the oonferee system of
making district aoaiaations, or any modi
fication of the conferee system, suoh as wo
now have in the delegate system, would in
all probability be af as much valne to the
parties to the agreement, and as bene
ficial to the party, u was the written
agreument between the Beaver and Mercer
county gangs ot last year.
Our experience ef last year is, or ought
to be, fresh in the minds of every Repub
lican in the district, and it should teach us
that our only safety is in the popalar vote
Tho day has gone by when a few men,
who make a business of politics can be
trusted to make the party nominations,
and it has been faUy demonstrated that
the party will ne logger support candidates
not fairly nominated.
All that is oallel for i* ft "fair field and
At Beaver Pall*, Moaday, Rev. Bristol
was declared inno*ent of the *harges made
At Pittsburg, last Friday. Mrs. Fitz
simmons was (xravioted of murder in the
second degree; Warden Berlin of the coun
ty jail resigued; the Clarke and Cora Wyatt
were irat o* trial ior complicity in the
Gilkinson murder, and Allegheny's ex
market olerk, Hastings, was arrested for
Beckwith's grocery in Tarentum was
burned last Friday morning, and the loss
is estimated at 99M0.
Annie iish, alias Annie Sutton, escaped
from the Referta School at Morganza last
On Monday of this week there were yet
fifteen persons in the Allegheny county
jail awaiting trial for murder, and the
District Attorney and Jndge Bwing start
ed in to try them in rtocessien, in the hopo
of frighteniag the criminal element of the
The barn of A. H. Smith in Fawn twp.,
Allegheny cetuitg was set on fir* a few
days ago by sparks from a burning brush
heap half a mile *nray, and with all its
•ontents was KwyaraeA. Loss SIBOO, no
The First Xatioatl Bank of Clearfield
and the bank in HeoteAale, same county,
closed their -doors, Wednesday.
At Pittsburg, Monday, Pat Fitzpatrick,
the tramp who murdered Samuel Early a
lew weeks ago, was found guilty of murder
in the first degree.
A THitEK days net, during which five
hundred people were killed, is reported to
have takfln place in the city of Guatemala.
Central America, week before last. 'The
mob accuseid President Barillas of despot
ism. tyranny and dishonesty.
Isaac Burtper of Jefferson twp. is build
ing himself a fine new bouse and Genrgo
Bsuhu:.in is also bnilding a new house.
Mrs. Kncdel of Hannahstown contem
plates moving to Allegheny.
Sasonia Council No. 496 Jr. O. U. A. M
held an open meeting ma Tuesday evening
ef this week, oonsistiag of aelect reading,
debate, etc. The «|MBtion for debate was:
Resolved that the Sign* of Hie Tiroes In
dicate the DownfeD of our* Americau Re
public. Affirmation, J. W. Molten, G. 8.
Gibson and Dr. Footer; negative, E. B.
Manrhod, J. C. Caldwell and E. E. MoCall.
TH» dohoois of St. Panl, Minn, were '
closed last week on account of the intense I
heat, iiud forest fires were raging in several
oi the northwestern States.
A Political Srasation.
On Saturday last Gov. Pattison issued
the following proclamation.
"In the name and by the authority) oj the
Commontrtalth of Pennsylvania:
"Whereas, The Constitution provides in
Article VI, Section 4, that all officers
elected by the people, except Governor,
Lieutenant Governor, members of the
General Assembly and Judges of the
Courts of Record learned in the law, shall
be removed by the Governor for reasonable
cause, after due notice and full hearing, on
the address of two-thirds of the Senate;
"Whereas, Grave charges have been pre
ferred, involving the Auditor General and
State Treasurer and most seriously reflect
ing upon tho manner iu which their offie:al
duties have been preformed;
"Whereas, It is proper that diligent in
quiry should bo mado to afcertain whether
or not 'reasonable cause' does exist for
"Whereas, There is in tho public mind a
profound conviction that the officials re
ferred to and some ot their subordinates
have been grossly inefficient, shamefully
negligent and entirely wanting in doe fidel
"Whereas, It is the prevailing opinion
that some of the officials connected with
these offices have been guilty of absolute
faithlessness and downright dishonesty, in
violation of their oaths of office and of the
criminal laws of the Commonwealth;
"Whereas, If any one of the charges so
made should be established, appropriate
action looking to the removal of the officials
involved should be taken by the Senate of
the Commonwealth ol Pennsylvania, as a
duty to the people of the State, whose
good name ha* been dishonored and whose
money has been stolen, squandered and
"Whereas, John Bardsley. late Treas
urer of the oity and county of Philadelphia,
is now a convict in the Eastern Peniten
tiary for embezzlement and misuse of public
money, a large portion of which would
have been in the State Treasury long prior
to an exposure of his transactions had those
charged with the administration of the
dnties of Auditor General and State Treas
urer performed them with due fidelity;
' 'Whereas, John Buds-ley's stubborn re
fusal to disclose any information whatever
as to the conduct of these officials has com
pelled the abandonment of proposed crimi
nal prosecutions at least for a time;
"Whereas, A proper inquiry by the Sen
ate may develop evidence sufficient to
satisfy its members that 'reasonable cause'
exists for the removal of the Auditor
General and State Treasurer, and
"Whereas, Under the Constitution the
duty and responsibility of making diligent
inquiry and of taking appropriate action in
the premises are devolved upon tho Senate
and the power vested in the Executive to
give the Senate the opportunity to act;
"Now, Mierefore, I, Robert E. Pattison.
Governor of the s*id Commonwealth, in
the discharge of what I conceive to be my
! dnty to 'take care that the laws be faitu"
! fully executed' and by virtue of the power
vested in me by the Constitution to con
vene the Sonate in extraordinary session
by proclamation for the transaction of exec
utive business, hereby convene the Senate
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in
extraordinary session on Tuesday, the
thirteenth day of October, anno domini
one thousand, eight hundred and ninety
"Given under my hand and the great
seal of the State at the city of Harrisburg.
this twenty-sixth day of September, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and ninoty-onc and of the Common
wealth the one hundred and sixteenth.
"By the Governor:
"RODKRT E. PATTISON.
"WILLIAM E. HABHITT, Secretary of the
Commonwealth of l'onnsylvania."
Executive Chamber, Harrisburg, Sept. 26,
THR COMMITTEE OF INVESTIGATION.
On the same day, Gov. Pattison address
ed the following letter to Senator G. H.
Smith of Philadelphia, Chairman of the
joint committee of the two houses of the
Legislature to investigate the accounts of
the Auditor General and State Treasorer.
DRAB Star Recent disclosures effecting
the administration of tho duties of the
offices of Auditor General and State Treas
urer, particularly the letters and other
documentary evidence recently .produced
in the Court of Quarter Sessions of the
county of Philadelphia, and subsequently
made publio, justify me in asking that you
permit the Attorney General of the Com
monwealth to assist in the investigation
directed to be made by your committee
under the terms of the joint resolutions
approved January 26, 1891, and May 27,
1891, by the examination of such witnesses
as may appear or be deemed proper to pro
duce before your committee.
"As the evidence already made public
seriously involves officials charged with the
faithful and efficient administration oi two
of the principal offices of the executive de
partment of the Slate Government, and as
it is my constitutional duty to 'take care
that the laws be faithfully executed,' I
deem it proper to aid in tho inquiry con
templated by the terms of the joint reso
lution under which you and your colleagues
"I have requested the Attorney General
to appear at the next meeting of your com
mittee, which I am informed will be held
on tho 28th instant, and I trust and beliove
that every facility will be afforded him.
lie will, I am sure, be prepared to attend
the sessions of your committee from day to
day until a thorough and systematic in
vesigation of the offices which are the sub
ject of inquiry is completed.
"ROBERT E. PATTISON."
The letters of Auditor General Mc-
Camant, and State Treasurer Livsey to
John Bardsley, Treasurer of Philadelphia,
were made public last week, by Dist.
Att'y Giaham of Philadelphia.
It is the same correspondence with
which Mr. Graham sought to establish
cases against the Auditor General and
State Treasnrer. The letters, the author
ities think, plainly show that there was
collusion between McCamant and Bardsley
in procuring rebates from certain news
papers for the Mercantile Appraisers' ad
vertisine. It also shows an arTaugement
between Bardsley and Livsey, by which
the public fands were premitted to remain
uulawiully in liardsloy's hands until the
interest accounts in the depositories could
The letters were found among Bardsley's
papers at the time of his arrest. They be
gin within thirty days of his taking chargo
of tho office and run right up to the time of
Accompanying the correspondence is a
brief compiled by Mr. Barlow of the letters
and private memoranda book of Bardsley,
showing supposed connection between cer
tain letters from liarrisburg and postal
orders or checks sent thither.
The brief cives, first, a copy of the ex
pert£ ' report in re McCuinant and Livsey,
dated July 1, iu which a list of checks
drawn by Bardsloy was given, and then
Mr. Bardsley drew checks numbered,
dated and for the amounts named in the
experts' report regularly from April, 1890,
to March, 1891. In tho effort to discover
receipts of moneys for these check from
MoCamant, I have gone over his corres
pondence, with the following result:
Check No. 318, dated April 1, 1890, for
S6OO. Wo havo post office receipt of
registered letter from both McCamant and
Livsey, datel April 2, 1890.
Check No. 324. dated May 1, 1890, for (
$6<3G. I find a letter from Mr. McCamant. j
dated May 3, IS9O. in which be says: i
"Please accept my thanks for favors re
ceived this moraine."
Check No. 426, dated Jane 2, 1690, lor
SO6O. Letter from McCamant, dated Jane
4, 1890, which says: "Your favor of yester
day received, anil you will accept my
Check No. 4CI, dated July 5. 1890. for
S7OO. Letter from MiCamant. dated July
6, 1890, in which he says: "I have your
favor and you will please accept my
Check No. 112, dated August 2, for
S7OO. Letter from McCamant, dated Au
gust 2, 1890, as follows: "Yon will please
accept my thanks for favors received."
Check No. Lao, dated September 4. 1890,
for S6OO. Letter from McCamant. dated
September 5, 1890, in which he says: "I
have your letters this morning and you
will please accept my thanks "
Check No. 233, dated October 31, IS9O,
for S6OO. No letter. We may be able to
discover from telegrams that McCamant
was in Philadelphia that day.
Check No. 293, dated November 29, 1890,
for S6OO. Letter from Mr. McCamant,
dated November 30, 1890, as follows:
"Your letter received, and am much
obliged for your kindness."
Check No. 337, dated December 24, 1890,
for S6OO. No letter.
Check No. 408, dated February 28, 1891,
for SI,OOO. No letter.
Check No. 135, dated March 17, 1891, for
$375. No letter.
On Jnne 11, 1890, Mr. Bardsley paid to
some one as a share of the newspaper
rebate the sum of $7,108.26.
I find a letter dated June 6, 1891, from
Mr. McCamant, as follows: "There arc
two or three matters of bnssiness concern
ing which I want to see you, and if it will
place you to no inconvenience I wish yoa
would be at your office at 630 p. m. next
Wednesday, the 11th inst."
In a letter dated July 2, 1890, McCamant
says: "I do not expect to be in Phila
delphia this week, but intend stopping
there on my return from Washington on
the 11th or 12 inst."
This -would show that McCamant was
present in Bardsley "a office on June 11,
and that be paid the share of the rebate
from the newspapers, amounting to $7,-
Tho rebates for 1889 were paid on May
31, 1889. We have a telegram from H. N.
Giaffen dated May 30, 1889, as follows:
"I will be at your office at 10 o'clock to
This includes about all tho evidence I
can discover either from the letters or
telegrams in my possession with tho ex
ception of a letter from McCamant ac
knowledging the receipt of a handsome
clock at Christmas, 1889.
With respect to Livsey, I have a letter
dated October 8, 1890, iu which he says:
"Received letter. Am obliged."
Letter dated Augusts, 1890, as follows:
"Your complimentary noto receiyed;Tnany
Letter dated October 3, 1860, as follows:
"Compliments of yesterday duly received;
accept (banks for same."
Letter dated November 5, 1890, as fol
lows: "I am obliged for your kind note
and compliments of Ist instant."
Letter dated December 2, 1890, as fol
lows: "Your note was duly received. I
hope Keystone will pull through."
Letter dated December 29, 1890, as fol
lows: "Your kind note received.
On December 24, 1889, Bardsley drew a
check "to the order oi myself for W. L. for
$500." On the stub of the check is "Wil
liam Liysey, State Treasurer, for his kind
ness to me during the year." We have a
letter from Livsey, dated December 31,
1889, as follows: "I received you letter in
Pittsburg on Saturday last when I arrived
homo. Thanks for your kindly consider
The first section of Article VI, of the
Constitution puts the sole power of
impeachment in the House of Represent
ations, but the part of the fourth section
that Gov. Tattison quotes in his pro
clamation, gives him the power of re
moving the two officers named "for reason
able cause, alter due notice and full hear
ing, on the address of two-thirds of the
Senate," from whfch it would appear lhat
the functions of tbe Sentate in this case
will be somewhat similar to those of a
grand jury in a criminal case, and that if
two-thirds of the Senators agree that there
is reasonable cause for their removal, and
so address the Governor, it will then be f.»r
him to give them "a full hearing," and
decide the case.
The investigation by the Committee was
continued Monday, with Auditor General
McCamant on tbe stand. He was asked to
explain many of tbe letters he bad written
to Bardsley, which were recently printed
in the newspapers. He stated that he had
received no cheek or money from Bardsley
at any time. His letters dated the day
after the dates on certain checks had no ref
erence to the latter.
He Baid they simply related to small
courtesies. He said he was anxious to
control tho Mercantile Appraisers' adver
tising for the sake of political iniluenco
and patronage. He did not remember that
he had appended to # a letter to Bardsley
the words, "Burn this after reading it."
If he did it was because the names of two
prominent politicians were mentioned in it
—Senator Robinson and Dave Martin,
Philadelphia. He made an emphatic
denial to the charge that he had received
any rebate from John Bardsley for adver
tising. It was a common thiug for coun
ties to be in arrears for taxes. For 40
years certain taxes were not paid in the
year in which they were levied, and during
Auditor General Shell's term Mr. South
worth. Treasurer of Philadelphia, was in
arrears from $300,U00 lo $400,000. With
regard to the statement that he had asked
Bardslay to invest SIO,OOO for hiin iu rail
way securities he said that was a personal
matter, but tho arrangement was not con
On Tuesday Att'y General Heusel pre
sented his plan of actiou, which included
going 1-ack as far as necessary, but the
Republican members passed a resolution
confining tbe investigation to the acts of
the present officials. Both McCamant and
Boyer were on the stand and were examined
by Heusel, but nothing new was elicited
excepting the statement of McCamant that
his predeessors in office had acted as he
Tho Committee did not meet TV"cdnesday.
yon CAN FIND
•V. • rntl -t !he A*! ••• .•« ,
GKX. the French political |
crank, committed suicide in Brussels, Wed
AT the convention of County Commis- J
sioners in Lancaster, Wednesday, a resolu- i
tion was adopted calling upon the Legis- j
| 1 atnre to appeal the- new registry law. and
asking lor a revi?ion of the road and lien
laws. A constitution and by-laws were
adopted., and the nest convention will be
held in Pittsburg.
"WKIGHT—At his homo in Jefferson twp.
j Monday, Sept. 28. 1891, James Wright,
in his Cath year.
Mr. Wright s death was not unexpected,
ha haying been sick and confined to his
bed for tho previous four months. He was
a soldier of the civil war, and was a mem
ber of Co. B. 6th Heavy Artillery. He
was the father of Martin Wright, Mr*. U.
I>. Fi:-her, of Butler, Mrs. Anna Patterson
of Freeport, and Mrs. Adam Hyerly, of
DE.VNY—At his home in Clearfield twp..
Sept. 27. 1891, Arthur Denny, aged 71
BOYLE—At her homo in Clearfield twp..
Sept 28, 1891. Mrs. Boyle.
EYTU—At her home on W. Cunningham
St., Sept. 29. 1891, Mrs. Casper Eyth.
aged 37 years.
RETTIG—At his home in Summit twp.,
Sept. 28. 1891. Mrs. Adam Rettig. aged
about 00 years.
WISE—At the home of W. W. Harbison,
in Shaler twp.. Allegheny Co., August
27, 1891, Maggie, daughter of Daniel
Wise, aged about 36 years.
GUMPPER--At his home on Fulton St.,
Butler, Sept. 25, 1891, Mr. G. H. Gump
per, aged about 49 years.
KUHN— At his home in Pittsburg, Sept.
18, '9l, Geo. H. Kuhn, aged about 44
He was a brother of Mrs. Chas. O'Don
nell, of Clearfield twp.
SMITH—Sept. 26, 1891. at her home in
Butler, Mrs. Amos Smith, aged 30 years.
DA A'lS —At bis home in Franklin twp,
Thursday, Sept. 24. 1891, Joseph Davis,
aged about 67 years.
His death was caused by pneumonia.
RANDLE —At his home in Forestville,
Sept. 26, '9l, Frank Raudle, aged 21 yrs.
His death was caused by typhoid fever.
BELL—In Mercer Co., Sept. 29. '9l, Thos.
Bel! of Forestville, aged about 60 years.
SHANNON'—At her homo near Whites
to\tu. Sept. 24, 1891. Mrs. JohnL. Shan
non, aged 70 years.
Where is the best place
to buy Clothing, Hats, and
Geutp' Furnishing Goods? At
the Racket Store.
Because they have one of
the largest stocks to select lrom
and they sell lor
thus being able to give you
more for a dollar than other
house in the county. *\ou
can see these facts lor yourself
by calling at
120 S. Main St.
With us at the present time is bow
we rat.v reduce our slack of senecua
ble goods. We certainly have to
clear < nr shelves of all Summer stuff.
Can We Do It ?
We at lesf-t will try. Are you will
ing to buy new i nd stylish goods at
less than others sell their old shop
worn stock? Will these prices inter
Fine Dress Gingfcams reduced from
121 to 7-i-c >d.
20c and 25c Challies down to 10c
12i- Cbullied down to 5c yd.
$5 Bonnet for $2.50.
$3 Bound for $1.50. $1.50 Flow
ers for 50e
Also Hijr Reductions in I.urn Cur
tains. Hosiery and Underwear, and
Men's furnishing ds. If you ic
tend to huv at the above prices, come
NEW YORK BAZAAR
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Paints, Oils, Glass,
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And all other
Kept in a
The largest and most
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whips. trunks, and
valises, and at lowest
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ways to be lound at
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D C 055 » IVLRV th;s p.p« ,cr oht i ' exjmat N
an when in Chicag*. *"• 'ton If t
WHO IS LOUIS TRAXLER?
lie is the popular Butler dry goods man
who has opened a new dry goods store. 108
S. Main St., next door to Butler Savings
WHO IS LOUIS TRAXLER?
lie is the man who will .-ell you a dress,
a cloak, a bonnet, and every thing in the
dry goods line cheaper than any man
is not a stranger in Butler. He will aim
to give you better bargains than ever be
fore. lie has every thing as he advertises.
He don't misrepresent his goods, noi does
he allow his cierks to do so. If you want
to get the most goods for your money, see
that vou trade at the right place,
next door to Butler Savings Bank. Butler.
Classes for Boys and
Butler, October Ist.
Application should be made to
GEORGE R. WHITE,
East Diamond St.
Established over 'J."> years, connected with Al
legheny College, and Conservatory ol Music.
Over -'.Orta students placed in good paying posi
tions. Four complete courses: Buslness.Bhort
hand and Typewriting. Penmanship, aiid Nor
mal English. Bookkeeping taught by the Prin
cipal and practical accountants of over 20 years
experience. Shorthand by practical steno
graph rs. Penmanship by two of the oldest and
best teachers in the Slates. Coinmer«'lal Law
by the best lawyers in Fenn'a. Students can
commence at anv time. Expenses one-hall less
than at anv similar institution. Send for the
•■Reporter" and specimens of Penmanship. En
close I cts. in p a .
-_rhe next session opens September 10th?
For catalogue or information apply to
MISS >'• SHERKARD. Principal, or
REV. JAS. I. BROWN SOX, D. I).,
P#s. Board of Trustees, Washington, Pa.
76th year begins Sept. l r >ih. High grade. Forboth
sexes. Expenses moderate. Stronir Faculty. Situ
ation healthy and delightful. Three courses to
A. 11. and Course to C. E. degrees.
Student** admitted on High School certificates or
diplomas. Preparatory School. Military instruc
tion. For Catalogue#, address
PRESIDENT DAVID H. WHEELER. LL. D.
Mifflin Strest Livery.
W. G. I*l EllL, Piop ; r.
One squiire weet of Main St., on
Mifflin St. All good, safe borses;
new baggies and carriages Landaus
for weddiugß and funerals. Open
day »nd night. Telephone No 24.
MY NEW STORE
Is now completed and I respectfully
invite tho Public^to call and see* me.
lam prepared to supply every
thing in thejline of Drugs und Medi
cines at all hours. Prescriptions at
night a specialty.
Electric Bell and>peaking tute at
front door. prompt
A|bright, cheerful room jindjevery
Full 100 'Cents' worth to the
Dollar on Every Purchase
JVlade at our Store.
We are offering values Un
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Ladies, Men and Children.
Be advised and you'll save ruoney.
Whatever you may require in our
line, come to us, we'll show you a
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Our Spring stock is now full and
complete. We guarantee to meet
every demand to your fullest satis
faction. We have a big variety, with
many styles of Boys' and Girls' Hats
and Caps at low figures.
John M. Arthurs.
333 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 333
To counteract the effect of
spring winds and storms on face
and hands; to renew, renovate
and purify the cuticle after a
rigorous winter, is the mission of
And right well does it perform
the task. It is a bland, creamy
emulsion, with just enough vege
table oil to soften the skin, com
bined with pure glycerine and
other substances, forming one of
the finest preparations for chap
ped hand 3, lips or face or any !
roughness or irritation of the
skin. No laav or gentleman
should be without it.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
Turlu :li ir v., , , rthrvlfe l«lll»lMftinM •
No IHCK-V I fin •.lilies MV •k - fuJ y.Uil «,Ulckly
I'MCDfil. I 'lnin one i ftoiu (• 1i i. . unljr. 1
l iA I nli««'ly iiinglit oii'l i.r.vid.'l wi . ttii| i- *imnt a lai.- •
uumli'f, «ho are liinkinr c <•; i UCiM« .• ir:.i t.i. Il *,\
«« I MH.I i>. ; " , . i tc l l
C.C, 1!.1.r,\. I'Jto .\ uciifttu, Maine.
We have the largest stock of
hats for men, boys and children
ever brought into this county.
r r r
We have the most complete as-
I sort ment of .nderwear in light
weight wool. Camel hair, Halbrig
gan, gauze anil Merino.
5 I S
r r r
We sell the celebrated Monarch
shirts both laundried and unlaun
T ™ r
We are always filled up with
stylish neckwear, collars, cuffs,
suspenders, hosiery, umbrellas,
All reliable goods and sold at
popular low prices.
COLBERT & DALE,
242 S. Main street,
An oil farm containing 61 acres
of land, with £ oil royalty interest.
Land of fair quality, average im
provements, good spring of water and
TWO VEINS OF COAL,
One of which is being worked on
| royalty amounts to about
150 BBLS. PER MONTH,
Oil Lease expires in 1899, a part of
farm still remains undeveloped.
Farm situated in Butler Co., and
will be sold at a great batgain if sold
soon For further pntticulars ad
dress No. 25 S. Mill fct., New Castie,
We mean our wail paper de
partment, lull and overflowing
with our immense and choice
stock of paper hangings. You
must help us out, we haven't
room for hall our goods, until
you relieve us of some of them.
We have the choicest selec
tion of patterns in every grade
from Brown Blanks at 10 cts
to Gilts at from 20 ct> to $1
per double bolt.
Examine our Stock.
J. H. Douglass,
Near Postoffice, Butler, Pa
JL. C- WICK
Rough and Worked lumber
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath
Always in Stock.
LIME, HAIR AND PLASTER.
Office opposite P. & W. Depot,
L. M. 4J. J.: HEWIT,
Dealers in all kinds of
Rough and Worked Lumber.
We have a large stock of all kinds of Lum
ber, Oil Well Rigs, Ltc.
Call and get our prices aud see our stock.
Mail Orders Promptly Attended
Office and yard on
MONROE ST., NEAR WEST PENS DEPOT,
Ijiimber Y ard
J. L. FU KVI?. L. O. PUKVIS.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Rougrh and Planed Lumber
>K BV«*Y DSHOKIFTION.
6 SEWER PIPE.'
UKf SHORE NURSERIES.
: All stock guaranteed to be in good con
ditiou when delivered.
Wo replace all trees that fail to grow.
REFERENCES IN BITTLER:
J. P. Lowry, AV". T. Mechling, Jume
Shanor, Jr., J. E. Forsythe, Geo. Shaffiaer
<?. Walker, Esq., Ferd Reiber, Esq. aud D
G. F. KING, AGT.
EITENMILLKR HOUSE, BUTLER. PA.
the Butler CITIZEN combined for $2.75 per
year, in advance.
READ AND REMEMBER.
For strictly pure and rellal'le STRAIGHT
LIQL'OItS. call ou
li SMITH FIELD ST., riTTSBI IMill, PA.
<Opp. Monongahela House.)
for Family us<- and M '.lkmol pur
FINCH'S (iOLOEN WEDDIMi. All il
(il <KEMIi:iMI'.It S WHISKY. |H.'r.|t. ;
OTEUHOLT'S WHISKY. 0 <jts.
DILLINGKKS WHISKY, I for V>.
Uc.£;ls neatly pdeked and premptlj shipped I
KkKR or 1 XPFSPE on receipt of CASH or |H,st :
iVNotlilUK ezpre:-;ged I'. '.)■ }1
Send for l'r:ce List.
LEGAL ADV ERTISEMENTS
Administrators and Eievutors of ofUtei
can secure their receipt books at the CITI
Auditor s Notice.
In tho matter ol tho Itnal account of B. J.
(irant. Kx'rot Daniel Jones, of Allegheny twp..
]«■ ,!. at O. C. No. ;t». Sept. Term. l»t.
i Take notli-e that li.ivlnir been appointed Aud
itor In tlie above stated case, to pass upon ex
ct ptlons and restate tlie case. If founa neces.«a
ry. that I will attend to the duties of said ap
iiotiitmeiit at my otttce in the Diamond Block,
n Butler. I'u.. on Tuesday. Oct. JOth. IS<l. at
it> (i i-lock. a. m. E E YOUNG, Auditor.
Application for Charter.
In the Court of Common Heas of Butler Co.
M. D. No. 9. December Term. lS9t.
Notice Is hereby given that an application
will be mad.- to Hon. A. h. llazen. President
.ludye <>t said Court, at t Uambers.on Saturday, j
< iet. •jith, U;>i. .it 7 o'clock r. M.. under tlie Art ,
ot Assembty of the commowealth of Pennsylva
nia. entitled "An Act to provide for the Incor-1
roratlon and Itesrulatlon of certain corpora- I
■ions", approved April J9. 1874. and the supple
ments thereto, for the charter of an Intended
corporation to be called "The Bethany Kcforui
ed Church of Butler Pennsylvania." the char
acter and object whereof Is the bupport or pub
lic worship, and for these purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and
privileges ot the said Act ot Assembly and Its
T. C. C A MPBELL, Solicitor.
11l re final account of) In the Orphans Courf
C. 1". l'lerce, adm'r of of Butler county, at O.
■lohn No. 11. March T. 1891 '
late ot the boro of Mil
lerstown.BntlcrCo. Pa. !
Sept. 14. 18»1. Motion made In open Court,
;nd upon due consideration Jacob si. Painter.
EM), is appointed an Auditor to report distribu
tion in this ca.se. BY THK COCBT.
HITLER Co.. SS. Certified from the record this
2l'd day .if Sept.. Is9l.
JosEru CKISWEIX, Clerk. I
Notice Is hereby given that 1 will attend to ,
the duties ol the above appointment, at my of- :
nee In Butler, l'a.. In Diamond Block, on lues- I
day the 13th day of October, l*9t, at 10 o'clock,
a. "m. at which time and place all interested
may attend If they see proper.
J. M. PAINTER Aud. j
in re Geo. ll.Knauff forj In the court of Cont
use of Adam Dambach -raon Pleas of Butler Co
vs. \Y . 1!. McKnight. )E. D. No. S3. Sept. T. SI
sept. 7, ISPI-Petition of Wm. M. Brown.sher
ifr. tor the appointment of an Auditor to distri
bute the fund realized from the sale of defend
ant's personal property, at above number to i
and amongst those entitled thereto, presented
and motion granted, and Jas. B. Mates. Esq.,
appointed an Auditor to report distribution of
ihe fund. BY TUB COURT, S
Bt" i tJEit Co.. ss. Certified from the records
sept. 7. IS9O. Jxo. W. HKOWN. Pro.
Notice is hereby given that I will attend to 1
ihe duties of the "above appointment at my of- j
flee In Diamond Block. Butler, Pa., on Monday, :
Oct. 3. IfJI, at 10 o'clock a. in. at which time |
and place those Interested may attend If they j
see proper. JAS. B. MATES. '
Butler, Pa.. Sept. 15,1891.
in the Court ol Common Pleas of Butler county
at No. Term, A. D. Is9l.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will I
be made to said Court on the 9th day ot Oeto
ler.A. 1)., 1891, at J o'clock P. M., under the
Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penu
splvania, entitled "An act to provide for the
incorporation of certain corporations." approv
ed the -"Cth day of April A. D.. 1574. and tho
supplements thereto, for a charter for an In
tended corporation to be called "The congrega
tion cf the .Methodist Episcopal church of the
borough of West Sunbary," the character and
object of which Is the worship of God and the
dissemination of meruland religious instruction
according to the taitli, doctrines, discipline and
usages ol the MeUiodlst Episcopal church ot
the United States and lor these purposes to have,
possess aud enjoy all Ihe rights, benefits and
privileges of the said Act of Assembly and Its
TIIOS. ROBINSON, Solicitor.
The partnership heretofore existing between
J. A. Mecutchen on.l George llaben, under the
Urm name of McCutchen £ llaben, was dissolv
ed by mutual consent on Sept. 15, Mr. McCutch
en retiring. The business will be continued at
;;-2G S. Main St., by .Mr. llaben. and all accounts
ol the late firm will be settled there.
J A. McCCTCHEN,
Sept. 15, 1891. GEORGE HABEN.
The partnership heretofore existing between
C. carver and R. A. Harsh under the nrm name
"IC. Car'.er .t Co., is dissolved on account of
the death of R. A. Harsh. The business will
he continued by C. Carver at the same place.
No. I'll East Jefferson St., Butler, Pa. All per
sons having claims against said Ann, will pre
sent same to l'. Carver for payment, and all per
-oiis knowing themselves Indebted to said firm
will call at once and settle with same.
R. SITUFF, I Adni'rs of
A. U. LOYELAND/ R. A. Harsh,
llutler, l'a,, bei-t. 9th, 1801.
Estate of R. A. Mifflin, dee'd.
I.ATE OK WASHINGTON TWI'., LHTLER CO., FA.
I.etters testamentary on the above named
t state liming been granted to the undersigned,
•ill persons knowing themselves Indebted to
same will please make Immediate payment,
any having claims against said estate will
present them duly authenticated lor settlement.
T. P. MIFFLIN, Ex'r.
North Hope P. 0..
C. W ALKEK, Atty. Butler Co., Pa.
Estate of James McCandless,
LATH OF I'ENN TWP., BL'TLEBCO., PA.
Letters of administration on the above
named estate having been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons knowing themselves
indebted lo seid estate will please make im
mediate payment, and any having claims
against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
D. B. DOVTHETT, Adm'r.
iirownsdale P. 0., Butler Co,, Pa.
Estate of WilliamsoD Bartley,
LATE OF I'ENN TWP.; KCTLEB.CO., PA.
Letters of administration haying .been
i:ranted to the undersigned on the above
namedestate, all persons knowing them
► elves indebted to said esti-te will please
make immediate payment, and any having
claims against said estate will present them
dulr authenticated for settlement.
W. K. BARTLEY, YV. J. BURTOX,
Butler Pa., Brownsdale Pa.,
J. D. McJunkin, Att'y.
Estate of John M. Turner,
LATE OF PARKER TWP., BCTLER CO., PA.
.Letters of administration having been
granted to the undersigned on the above
named estate, all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment, and any having
claims against said estate will present .them
duly authenticated for settlement.
NANCY A. TCKNEB, or W. R. TURNER,
Parker's Land'g, Pa. ; Butler, Pa.,
Estate of Elizabeth B. Kirk
LATE OF CLINTON TWP., BUTLER CO., FA.
Letters of administration on the above named .
cilate having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons knowing themselves Indebted to (
said estate will ulease make immediate pay
ment, Hl. a any having claims against said estate
will piesent them duly authenticated lor settle- 1
ment. JOHN P. KIKKTATRICK, Adm'r. .
saxonburg, Butler Co., l'a.
W. D. Brandon. Att'y.
Estate of D. H. McQuistion,
dee'd, late of Butler, Pa.
Letters of administration on the above named |
estate having been granted to the undersigned. <
all persons knowing themselves to be Indebted
to same w ill please make Immediate payment,
and any having claims against said estate will i
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
JAS. B. MCJUNKIN. Adm'r,
Estate of Jane Brown, dee'd. ,
LATB;OF JIAUION.TWP., BUTLEJCCO., PA.
Letters of administration on the above named .
es'atc having been granted to the undersigned. 1
all persons knowing themselves indebted to .
said estate will please make immediate pay
ment. and any having claim* against said c
estate will present them duly authenticated for .
settlement. . '
ANDREW MCMUHKAV, Adm'r,
liovard P. 0., Butler Co.. Pa.
Estate of John G. Sharp, dee'd*
LATE OF BUFFALO TWP. UUTLEK CO. I'A.
Letters testamentary on the above named
(state being been granted to the undersigned, j
all persons knowing themselves indebted to
to same will please make immediate payment,
aud any having claims agaiust it will present
them duly authenticated for settlement. ;
MICHAEL MOCHEL, Ex'r,
Sarversville P. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
Estate of Jacob Brown, dee'd,
LATE OF CLAY TWP., BUTLKR CO., PA. a
Letters testamentary on the above-named "
estate having been granted to the undersign- ■,
ed, all persons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate will please make immediate
payment, and any having claims against *j
said estate will present them duly authenti- I
i ted for settlement to
TIJ.LIE C. BROWN, Executrix,
W. Fleeter, f McCandless P. 0.,
ott'y. I Butler Co., Pa.
IMUCV3 3S2SS 5
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?7 4 dW fir- n ?»*- ««-rll I «o ! an*.
}• ■ • V. ■ ... , t % i N.. risk I
If* r imie to tIM Work. TbUiiil
J- .F. tfnl Ml< ■ ru to **«ry * • tk»r.
. -.-iO |K<r wf»k and Lpwmdi, j
V. or«« fupiitk you the *u»- I f
> at irai • here l-all 1 I
' Ljtto, AHil'oTA, JUIAK. I I
In re. estate o( J. I". .Ralston, dee d, late of
Whereas. Uttmol administration have been
granted lo me, the underslgued. in the sakl
estate, not lee Is hereby given t«> all parties In
debted to the estate of said decedent to call and
settle. and all rattles havlnz claims against
the saint-will present them duly authenticated
ME* 11. E RALSTON, Adm'x.
May IK»I. Butler. Pa.
Estate of Wa~. McGrew, dee'd.
T.ATK <>F numa TM r. BCTLM CO.. FA.
Letters testamentary on the above named
restate having been grants tothe undersigned,
all person* knowing themselves Indebted to
said estate will please make immediate pay
menr. and any having claims against said es
tate, will present tfcem duly authenticated tor
FRANK C. Met".HEW,
Estate of Priscilla Kirkpatrick,
DKC'I>, I.ATF OF lIITLKR. I'A.
Letters testamentary on Uie estate of Priscil
la Kirkpatrick. (late Mover! dee d, of Butler, Pa,
having been granted to the undersigned, all
peisous knowing themselves Indebted to said
estate win plea.se make immediate payment
and anj having claims against said estate will
present them duly authenticated for settle
E. H. RANDOLPH, Kx'r.
S. F. Bowser. Es<i. Parkers Landing. Pa.
Notice Is herebv gtven that Win. A. Kobtnson,
merchant, of Evans City. Pa , has made an as
signment to the undersigned for the benefit of
his creultors. and all persons Indebted to said
estate are notified to pay the same to said as
signee at once, and all persons having claims
■tgalnst N;l id estate are requested to present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
ROBERT HUDSON. Assignee,
Evans City, Butler to., Pa.
Estate of Mary Riddle, dee'd.
LATE OF CLINTON TWF.
Letters testamentary on the estate ol Mary
Kiddle, dee d, late of Clinton twp.. p.utler fa.
i'a . having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons knowing themselves indebted to
said estate will please make Immediate pay
meut.and anv having claims against said estate
will present them duly authenticated lor settle
JOHN B. C'I'.V.MXGU.OI,
JOHN 11. PETERS.
Riddles x Roads. P. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
Estate of Nancy Bartley, dee'd.
LATE OF lICI'LICK. PA.
! Letters testamentary on the estate of Mrs.
. Nancy Bartley, dee'd. late of the borough of
: Butler, Pa., having been granted to the under
-1 signed, all persons knowing themselves indebt
| ed to said estate will please make Immediate
payment, and any having claims against said
estate will present them duly authenticated for
JAMES WILSON, Ex'r,
Sonora P. 0.. Butler Co., Pa.
Williams Jt Mitchell. Atfys.
117 ASTED—Agents to follclt orders tor ou
" choice, and hardy Nursery Stock.
Steady Work For Energetic Temperate Sea.
Salary and expenses or commission If prefer -
ed. Write at Age. Address.
R. G. Chase &
A Wise Merchant
Is never content to stand
still. Stagnation is death
—in Trade as in other
things. New Customers
should be sought after all
the time. There is only
one way to get them—use
the Advertising columns
ofthc BUTLER CITIZEN.
S. McKEAX ST., - - BUTLEK, PA.
Opposite School House.
This elegant new hotel is now open to
tbe public; it is a new house, with new
furniture throughout and all modern con
veniences; is within easy reach of the de
pots and business bouses of the town, and
has a splendid view of the eastern part of
Give me a call when in Butler.
CHESS STONEE, Proper.
W. H. REWIND, Prop'r
STABLIXU IS CONNECTION.
-AM PLE BOOH for COMMERCIAL TBAVELEB
New Livery Stable.
—OPEN DAY AND NIGHT—
Horses fed and boarded.
PETER KRAMER, Prop'r}
39. W. Jefferson St. Butler, Pa.
Hotels and Depots,
W. S. Gregg is now running a line
of carriages between the hotels and
depots of the town.
Charges reasonable. Telephone
No. 17, or leave orders at Hotel
Good Livery in Connection
CRAWFORD & KENNEDY.
The well-kuown liverjmaD, Wm.
Kennedy, has bought an interest in
he above barn and will be pleased to
i.ave his friends call at his new place
of business. Tbe
Best Horses, Buggies and Car
ia Butler at the most reasonable
rates. The place is easily remember
id. The firet stable west of the
iimoi waoLiß mil,
If. FULLERTON, Prop'r,
tlliuikelfo. Flannel* and Yam
Manufactured ofPure But
lei County Wool.
We guarantee our goods to be strictly all wool
and no arsenic or any otlier poisonous material
sed In dyvim,-. We sell Wholesale or retail,
mules and prices furnished free to dealers ou
application by mall.
TUDICUIMO MACHINES A
!H Hun I lib SPECIALTY.
. .mplest. most durable, economical and perfect
n use. Wtitle* n* Grain; Cleans It toady tor
Threshing Engines & Horse Powers.
OA MJ Ml I Q and standard Implements .
OMwv ml -t send for catalogue !
A. 11. KARQriIAU, CO.
Ppnn«)hanla A-rliulll Work*, \orlt. Pa.
I RAI LROAD TIME TABLES.
WEST PENS F. B.
I Trains leave Butler for Allegheny at 6:10,
S:4O and 11:00 a. m., and 2:45 and 5:00 p. m.,
arriving there at 8:40 and 10:30 a. m., and
1:24, 4:44 and 0:47 p. m.
The rt:10 a. m. connects at the Junction
with the mail east and at the intersection
with Day Express on the main line going
The 2:45 p. m. train connects at junction
with express east and at Intersection with
Trains arrive at Butler from Allegheny at
8:33 and 10:35 a. ui., and 1:30, 5:00 and 7:50
p. m. Coming westward on the main line
the Pacific Express is the only train which
, connects at the Intersection aud Junction for
Bntler, passenger* arriving here at 1:30 p.m.
I PITTSBCBG, BHENAXGO A. LAKE KBIE B. B
Trains leave Butler, by time table, for
Greenville and Eric at 5:30 and 10:20 a. m.,
and 4:55 p. in. Tie 5:30 :-od 4:55 traius con
> nect at Brai:cliton lor Ililliutds, otd all con
nect for Mradville.
Trains ariive from the North at 10:05 a.m.
and 2:30 and 9:40 p. m., and the 10:05 and
2:30 train* I.ave through cars to Allegheny.
A train leaves miliar! at 11:15, slow time,
and Anandale at 11:85 that connects for But-
I ler and Allegheny.
P. 4 . B. B.
! On and after Aug. 9, 1891, trains will
leave the P. & W. depot in Butler as fol
lows: For Allegheny at 6:00, 8:15 and 10:20
a. m. and 2:40 and 6:30 p. m. The Chicago
express leaves at 3:15 p. m. and New Castle
accomodation at 4:55 p. m. and ih« 8:15 a.m.
connects for Xew Castle. For Kane, Clar
ion and Foxburg trains leave at 10:05 a. m.
; and 5:06 and 8:35 p. m.
[ Trains arrive at Bntler lroin Allegheny
1 and the West at 0:35, and 10:10 a. ui. end 12:
; 30, 4:40, 6:10, 8:10 aud 8:30 p. in. —and from
; the North at 8:00 and U>:os a. in. and 5:50 p.
The Sunday trains are as follows, 8:15 a.
m. to Allegheny and New Castle, 3:15 p. m.
lor Chicago, 6:30 p. m. to Allegheny and Ze
lieuople, and 5:05 p. m. to Clarion. Sunday
trains ariive from Allegheny at 10:10 a. m.,
4:40 and 6:10 p.m. and at 8:10 from New
• Castle and at 8:00 a. m. from Foxburg.
| FOR SALE.
LOTS. I will ofTer for sale a.number ol lots
' situated on the high ground adjacent to H. 11.
Uoucher. Esq., aud tlie Orphans" Home. Tbe
land is laid out In squares of something less
than one acre, each square being surrounded
by aso-foot street, and containing five lots 40
feet front by ISO feet Back. These lots are offer
ed at very reasonable prices and on terms io
suit purchasers. Those who wish an entire
square can be accommodated.
ALSO—I will sell nv farm in Summit towu
shlp.situated within one-half mil* of the Butler
borough line, adjoining lands of James Kearns
and others, on the Mlllerstown road, and con
t sistlng of 112 acres. It will be sold either as a
whole ordivlded to suit purchasers.
Kor further Information In regard to either of
. theabove properties, call on J. Q. Sullivan, 2M
i fcas North Street, Hut ler. Pa."
MRS. VALERIA SULLIVAN.
JOSEPH W. MILLER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Office and residence at 338 Main St Butler,
Dr. N. M. HOOVER,
137 E. Wayne St ~ ofU:e hours, 10 to 12 M. and
[ Ito3P. M.
L. M. REINSEL, M. D ,
PHYSICIAN AND SCBOKOX.
Office and residence at 127 E. Cunningham St,
I , '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON,
• New Troutmau Hullding, Butler, Pa.
• E. N. LEAKE, M. D. J. E. MANN, M. D.
• Gyuatfology and Sur- Eye, Ear. Nose and
DRS. LEAKE & MANN,
G. M. ZIMMERMAN.
PUYBICIAN AND SURFIEOK.
Office at No. A 5. S. Main 3treet, over Prtsnk &
Co's l)i up Store. Butler, Pa,
SAMUEL M. BIPPUS.
Physician and Surgeon.
cio. 22 Eatt Jefferson Bt., Bi.tler, Pa.
W. R. TITZEL.
PHYSICIAN A * D SURGEON.
S. W. Corner Main and North Sts.. Butler, Pa.
Is now permanently located at 120 South Main
Street Butler. Pa., in rooms formerly occupied
by l)r. tValdron.
j, J. DONALDSON, Dentist.
Artiticiul Teeth inserted tn the latest im
proved plan. Gold FlllliiK a specialty. Office
over Senaul'a Clothing Store.
DR. S. A. JOHNSTON.
DENTIST, - - BUTLER, PA.
All work pertaining to the profession execut
ed in the neatest manner.
Specialties Gold Kllltngs, and Painless Ex
tracUonot Teeth. Vitalized Air administered.
Office on Jefferson Street, o«f door K«»t of Lowry
House, lip Stmira.
Office open daily, except Wednesdays aui
Thursdays. Coiniuunlcatlous by mall receive
N. B.—The only Dentist In Butler using the
best makes of teeth.
C. F. L. McQUISTION,
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
OFFICE NKAB DIAMOND, BUTLKK, PA.
A. B. C. McFARLAND.
Att'y at Law and Notary Public—Office on S.
Diamond St.—opposite the Court House—sec
H. Q. WALKER,
At 'or ney-at- La w—Office In Diamond Block.
J. M. PAINTER,
Office—Between I'ostoßlce and Diamond, But
A. T. SCOTT,
Office at No. 8, South Diamond, Butler. Pa.
A. M. CHRISTLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office second floor. Anderson B1 k, Main St.,
near court House, Butler, Pa.
J. w. HUTCHISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW."
Office ou second floor of the Uusclton block.
Diamond. Butler, Pa.. Room No. 1.
JAMES N. MOORE,
ATTORN*Y-AT-LAW AND NOTARY Proi.ic.
Office In Room No. 1. second floor of Ilusetton
Block, entrance on Diamond.
Attorney at Law. Office at No. IT, East Jeffer
son St ■. Butler, Pa.!
W. c. FINDLEY,
Atiornev at LAW and Rtal Estate Aneut. of
nee rear of 1.. Z. Mitchell's office on north side
of Diamond, Butler, Pa.
H. H. GOUCHER.
Attorney-at-law. office on second floor of
Andcnon building, near Court House, Butler,
J. b. BRITTAIN. _
Att'y at Law—Office at 8. E. Cor. Main St, and
Diamond, Butler, P».