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FRIDAY. MAY 13, \W
*„• t *4atrsste«eea**«tls»«aMd»»'"» M ' r
For Jodge of Bnpreme Court.
J o*s D*A*, of Blair Co.
For Congressmen at Large,
WILLIAM L. LH.LT, of Carbon Co.
AIIXAITD** MCDOWKLL, of Meroer Co.
p "- am-
THOMAS W. PHILLIP...
For State Senate,
JAMES 11. CAKSOK,
(Subject to district oonlerence.)
DAVID B. DOCTHBTT,
Jims B. MATKS,
For District Attorney,
Far Oonnty Snrreyor,
O. F. It. MoQn STT on,
In Dunrarance of a resolution of the Re
publican County Committee at the meet
ing held on Saturday, April 30, the Re
publican voters of Butler county will meet
at their usual places for voting in each
district on Saturday, Jime 4,
the hours of 2 and 7 P. M. of said
make choice by ballot for a
lor Law Judge to be voted for
u November next The raembeMofthe
i onnty Committee from their
C trictt will receive the returns hereof,
dis as i>er adjournment will meet in But
ler o"&ay®JMW ft, for the purpose of
counting the vote and decUring the result
of said primary, and transacting »™h oth
er business as may come before the Com
By order of the Committee.
J. M. LIBGHJTBK, Chairman.
J AH. N. Moo**,)
S. T. OKBSOH, ( B Y
For Associate Law Judge,
JOHN M. GREER,
Subject to Republican Primary, June
AT the Congressional Convention held
in New Castle, Wednesday, Thomas W.
Phillips vii nominated on first ballot by
a vote of 43 to 16 for Dr. Caldwell of Mer
cer, and the nomination was made unani
mous. Mr. Phillips addressed the conven
tion, as did also McDowell, Dr. Cald
well, Newton Black and C. C.
Col. Sullivan was chairman of the con
IF that country may be called fortunate
whose indebtedness is diminishing and
whose resources are rapidly growing, then
the people of the United States have a
right to congratulate themselves on the
exhibit made by an official bulletin just
issued from tha Census Offioe. The com
pilation shows the National, State and
local indebtednees fit the country in 1880
and 1890. During the decade the National
debt decreased considerably more than
one-half, shrinking from $1,922,617,364 in
1880 to 1891,960,104 in 1890. This was
an annual average decrease of more than
one hundred million dollars, or over eight
million dollars for each month of the whole
ten years. During the same period the
decrease per capita of the combined Na
tional, State and local debts was from
(60.73 to $32.37 while our statistics show
that the value ol property assessed for tax
ation increased in the same decade from
seventeen thousand million to twenty
five thousand five hundred million dollars,
or 50 per cent In other words, while the
assessed property of the oountry increased
one-half the amount of public indebtedness
to each head of the population diminished
by nearly the same ratio. As the compiler
of the Census bulletin says, these figures
indicate a reduction of public debt and an
increase of wealth unprecedented at least
in modern times.
IT is gratifying to learn that the publi
cation of Col. A. K. McClure's volume,
"Abraham Lincoln and-Men of War
Times," will not be prevented but delayed
only a few days by the recent fire which
destroyed the Jimes building. Fortunately,
all of the materials for the work were in
the hands of the printers and binders when
the fire occured. The last of the copy had
been deposited with the printers jasjt in
time to' escape the fate of total destruction
which befell Col. McClure's valuable
library and private papers.
THB peculiar "smartness" of Senator
Dave Hill waa illustrated in the Senate a
few days since. He has been so busy at
utside wire-pulling and New York poli
ics that he has kept no run of Benate
affairs. But he wanted to show that he
was alive, and finding on his desk a pe
tition asking for the ratification of the
Brussels anti-slavery treaty, he promptly
presented it with a few eloquent words to
the Senate. He was somewhat mortified,
but of course highly gratified, to be Inform
ed as he sat down that the treaty had been
ratified by the Senate abont two months
THB civil war in Venezuela is being ac
companied with the most shocking barbar
The Republican State Convention of
Wisconsin held at Milwaukee, last Thurs
day, declared as follows:
The Republicans ol Wisconsin record
with pride their unqualified approval of
the administration of President Harrison
as strong, efficient, patriotic and exception
ally free from scandal and wastefullneas.
The MoKinley bill is endorsed and the
present Honae of Representatives is de
nounced as inefficient and parsimonious.
On the silver queetion the platform says:
"While we favor the use of both gold
and silver as money metals under con
ditions which shall guarantee their circu
lation at a continuing and substantial
parity with each other, under existing
circumstances and conditions, we are
unalterably oppoeed to the free and un
limited coinage of silver. We lavor an
amendment orthe silver act ot 1890, which
shall vest in the President, whenever in
bis judgment public interest shall de
mand it, to suspend or diminish, until the
further aotion of Congress, the purchase
of silver bullion under said act."
The State delegation from Illinois,
elected Thursday, was instructed for
Harrison; that of West Virginia was
pledged to him; the platform of Delaware
endorsed Hairiron; the Kansas convention
gave no instructions; the Minnesota dele
gaties are uninstruetedf the Rhode Island
convention applauded -J>oth Blaine and
Harrison but adopted no resolutions. .
The youn* ladies of this place gave a
rapper last Tbureday evening at the ball.
A very pleasant time «u bad by all
The Allegheny coal mines have shot
There will be ohweb bare next Sabbath.
The turvice# will be conducted by Rev.
Mr. Chas. Murrin, one of Oakdale's drill
ers, was in town Saturday evening.
New sidewalk* are Ming built in
different puts of the town.
Mr. Perry Vanderlln, paid our town a
flying vint, last Saturday evening.
Mr. James Summers, has moved into
bii new house.
Mr. Jeremiad BUflvd i# quite iU-
A. full line of hawware utenstls will be
found at MoKee A Partridge's hardware
store. Call to see tbem before purchasing
AT the New Castle Convention at Ust
Thursday, Quay of Beaver, and Pearao*
of Lawrence were chosen delegates for
this Congressional district to the Minneap
olis convention and £. E. Abrams of Bat
ter, and J. J. Davidson of Beaver alter
-flAtes. The eewka Uittd but eight minutes-
A story comes from Darlington. Beaver
county, that is worthy of perusal. It
seems that two months ago Jacob Maurer.
a thrifty farmer, missed from his herd ?'
cattle a valuable imporwd bull, He hunt
ed all over the county for it, but to no
purpose. He even went to the tanneries
in the surrounding towns to see i. he could
find the hide of the animal. Imagine his
surprise when on going out to feed his
cattle recently, to find his bun "nugh
ensconced under a straw nek that had fal
len over on him and held him prisoner lor
over two months. He had eaten q ®
lot of the straw, but had no water in th.it
time, exoept what dampness was absorbed
by the straw. How he existed without
I water is a mystery. It was a most peculiar
i incident, at all events. a
Jftfumh K»ya, whr» mliril«r»d his Wife at
Brownsville, Franklin county, five years
ago, was captured Monday night at South
ampton Station and lwigeu in jail at
S. L. Gordon has sold the Kit tanning
Globe to Wm. J. Renolds, an attorney.
At the May term of court in Mercer
county, all the cases were settled or con
tinned and the jurors were dismissed.
Efforts are being made to secure a couple
of lots in Clayville for the purpose of
erecting a Greek Catholic church. The
prospects are that a suitable site will be
secured this week. The church will be
built during the coming summer.
The tanners of Tioga, Potter, Mckean.
Cameron, Clinton and Elk counties will
use 140,000 tons of bark this season, to get
which they will strip 250,000,000 feet of
Inhabitants of the eastern part of Mercer
county, are widely excited and will not go
out of their houses at night except in
squads, and only then when heavily arm
ea. The cause of this is a wild cat frequ
ently seem in the neighborhood. Two or
three nights ago a gentleman and lady
were driving along the Grove City and
Mercer road. When they reached a point
a short distance east of town, near the
Amberson Cemetery, tho animal came out
of the wood a and sprang into the buggy
After a short but hard struggle the man
succeeded in ejecting the animal, after
which a race for life ensued. When the
summer residence of Newton Pen wa»
reached the lights frightened the animal
and it took to the woods. The couple
were accompanied to Mercer by Mr. Pen s
hired man. Beyound a few scratches the
young gentleman and lady were uninjured.
Since the above occurrance the animal has
been seen by daylight.
THB man who conoeals his money in
barrels, trunks and tomatoe cans about hi»
house, and is robbed, cannot expect much
sympathy. "A Mansfield (Mass.) recluse
thus hid away $24,000 in stocks and bonds
and the robbers who fell upon his domicile
had little trouble in finding and relieving
him of it. This fable teaches something
about putting your trust in a bank safc
with a time lock watched by an honest
Arrest of the Post Office Burglars.
During the latter part of Tast month
two well-dressed gentlemen who gave
their name) as Raymond and Hamilton,
stopped at the Nixon House here, and two
others named Dowds and Hughes, stopped
at the boarding house near the West Penn
depot. They had plenty of money, rigged
themselves out in new suits were
well behaved, and said their business here
was the purchase of timber lands.
On Wednesday of last week, Hamilton
was arrested at Franklin, on Thursday
Hughes was arrested in Butler, and on
Friday Raymond was arrested in Detroit.
Dowd is yet at large. All the arrests were
made by order of Post Office Inspector Me
Calmont of Franklin, who has evidence
connecting the men arrested with the
recent post office robberies at Millerstown,
Ridgway and other places.
When Hughes was arrested in Butler, a
telegram found in his pocket gave the
address of Raymond in Detroit. He was
taken to Franklin, and lodged in jail for a
hearing. In his grip-sack was a revolver,
j some gum tubing and a medicine box
[ bearing the imprint of a Ridgway druggist.
He has lately finished a terra in the peni
tentiary for bank robbery.
A citizen of Oil City who saw Hamilton
in jail at Franklin, believes him to be the
Hamilton McAuley or George Brojks, who
was wanted for having committed a daring
express robbery on the Allegheny A alley
railroad, some years ago.
The fellow bad been for a time an agent
and understood telegraphing On the day
the robbery was commited Thomas Bing
ham, a nephew of Superintendent George
Bingham, left Oil City in the morning on
bis regular run for Pittsburg. He hail
about $50,000 in his charge, $40,000 of
which was for Parker, and was left thern
all right. At Brady's Bend the messenger
received a message, supposed to come from
Pittsburg, and which was signed George
Bingham, Superintendent, instructing him
to turn his run over at Templeton to
George Brooks, go back to Park«r and
await the orders of the route agent. «-
It was subsequently ascertained that
this message had been sent by Brooks him
self, who got it off by climbing a telegraph
pole below Templeton, and tapping the
wires. Messenger Bingham obeyed tb>'
instructions and turned over his run at
Templeton to Brooks, who went on to
Pittsburgh and checked off his *run there.
Then on the way from the depot to the
express office he took all the money in his
charge (about $8,000) and disappeared.
He was chased unsuccessfully about a
year. The last accounts reeeived from him
were to the effect that he had gone to
Brazil and engaged in business there under
an assumed name. There the representa
tives of the express company still believe
him to be.
Thr latent freak of the yonng Emperor
of Germany is his public recognition and
promotion ot a soldier who killed two cit
izens daring the late labor demonstration
on the streets of Berlin.
Clay Towship Item*.
Jno. McCarrier lately lost a boy by
diphtheria, and some more of his children
are down with that disease.
Three of Mr. Bartley's family are down
Mr. Amos Smith lost a child from stom
A OAR explosion in a coal mine at Ros
lyn, "Wash., Tuesday, caused the death of
The following widows' appraisements of per
sonal property and real estate set apart for the
benefit or the widows of decedents have oeen
filed in the offlce of the Clerk of Orphans' Court
of Butler county, viz:
Widow of James BlUlnicsley. dec'd sl9* sg
" " Jacob J. Baker, dec'd i!B9 tt>
J W Wright, deed, (realty).... sou 00
" " Isaiah Vensel, dec'd 30000
" " Peter • Kramer, dec'd m w
•• John RC'ummlngs, dec'd,(realty)aoo 00
•• Charles MUler. dec'd jau vs
•• '• Henry Kohlmeyer. dec'd . 30000
" " Matthias Basely, dec'd 300 00
" John A BUnn. dec'd 300 00
Jam-B Gibson, dec'd 30000
" Andrew Eller. dec'd 300 00
" "JC Dhakeley, dec'd, (realty) 300 00
•• " Jonat; an M Blxlt-r. dec'd I*7 so
•• Bamuel VCampbell, dec'd 300 00
•• Wendel Kirk, dec'd. (realty)... jou 00
" Thomas O Birch, dec'd rM 00
•• P H Bur:bfield, dec'd.... MO uO
" Jobu C>Heckethorn, dec'd 300 00
•• " Henry J Brady, dec'd Vl3 00
" " Jno A Tanneblll. dee d, (realty) 300 TO
' All persons Interested In the above appraise
inentH will take notice that they will be pre
sented to the Orphans' Court of Butler county
for confirmation absolutely, on Wednesday, the
Bth day of June. 189*, u uo exceptions be
Joseph Cbiswlclu Clerk O. C.
Notioe is hereby given that John T. Kelly
Assignee of John M. Arthurs, has filed hu
final account as assignee, Id the office of the
Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas
of Butler oounty, Pennsylvania, at Us. D.,
No. 4, March Term, 1892, and that the same
will be presented to Hid Court for confirm
ation and allowance on Wednesday the Bth
day of Jane, A, D., 1892.
JOHN W. BBOWN,
Prothonotary's Office, Prothonotary.
May 9th, 1892.
Notice is hereby given that W. W. Har
bison Comcaitte of Daniel Wise, lunatic, late
of Penn township, Butler County, Pa., now
dee'd. has filed kta first and final account in
the office of the Prothonotary of the Court of
Common Pleas of Butler County Pa., at M's.
D.. So. 10, March Term, 1890, and that the
same will be presented to said Court for
confirmation and allowance on Wednesday
June Bth, A. P.. }Bt>2,
JOHN W. BBOWN,
Prothonotarr'a Office, /Prothonoary,
May Mb, 18W
WILES— At his homo near Kaylor. Arm
strong county. Thur-day. April 1-9*-!,
Simon Wile.-, aeod 69years and Omonths
llr Wiles death vras a sudden one, and
wa« caused by heart failure. He died
shortly after eating a hearty supper. He
wan the father ot Monroe V\ it< s and
Sylvester Wile-> of this county, and I>r.
Wiles, formerly ol Butler.
GOEHRIKG—At his hume near Evans
City, May 8, 181*2. Mr. Elmer Goehring.
aged about 28.
MOORE—Mav 10th. of diphtheria.
child of James Emerson Moore, of near
Buena Vista, aged 2 years. Mr. Moore
also lost an infant child of same disease
on the sth, and his wile is seriously ill.
O'NEAL—At St. Francis hospital, Mav
10th, Miss O'Neal of Clearfield twp.,aged
21 years. She had been an invalid for
A GOOD MAS C.OXK TO BEST.
EDITOR CITIZK.N: —On last Tuesday eve
ning, the 3rd inst., Esquire John Thomas,
ol Allegheny township, departed this life
at his home near Parker City, surrounded
by his fainilv and friends. He passed
peacefully and quietly away. For some
weeks he had been a great sufferer from
paralysis; but. amidst it ail, he maintained
a bonhomie and cheerfulness to which few
can attain, and which were, indeed, very
remarkable. Although he ha- always been
the happy possessor of a very lively aid
vivacious disposition, one cannot help
thinking that the phenomenal cheerfulness
and good-will, which so signally charac
terized his last illness were superinduced
by that grace which is not of man. but ol
God: that grace which enables every one
in the tryiug hour and article of death to
triumphantly exclaim: '*o Death, where
is thy sting; O Grave, where is thy victory
squire Thomas was fifty-nine and a half
vears old on the day on which he died.
Although he bad not attained to ihe
maximum limit allotted to the life of man.
He had. nevertheless, experienced an event
ful career. Daring the palmy days of the
oil excitement on Oil Creek, his dwelling
house and its entire contents, together
with a darling little boy of tender years,
were consumed by fire. Some four or five
years ago, another dwelling house, located
near to that in which he died, together
with its entire contents, was also eonsum
ed by fire, and in it a bright and promising
young daughter of about eighteen summe'rs
was so badly burned that she died in about
ten days thereafter Some seven or eight
years ago he sustained an injury to hi
right foot which rendered him an almost
hopeless cripple for life: and. then, a- if to
cap the climax of calamity and disaster, a
bone-cancer developed on his left-leg,
which necessitated the amputation of that
limb about a veaj and a hall ago. Truly
ho was a child oraffliction; "a man of sor
rows, and acquainted with grief. None
can adequately estimate the suf
fering and sorrow which he, in this life,
endured; and, yet, he bore up under it all
with truly Christian resignation, and with
out a murmur.
He who so, is certainly a most
remarkable man, and has many more
streaks of good, than of bad, in his com
position and ill his spiritual and mental
make-up. If patiently bearing affliction
in this world entitles one to greater con
sideration in the next, he is certainH
wearing a very bright and shining crown
in the realms of glory to-day. l>c mortius
nil nisi bonum.
He leaves a wife and seven children to
mourn his demise. His remains were fol
lowed to Allegheny Cemetery where they
were interred in the lamily plot, by a
large concourse of people. It is said that
it was the largest funeral ever held at the
Cemetery. Funeral services were held in
Allegheny Presbyterian Church, which
adjoins the Cemetery; and addresses were
delivered by Rev. J. u Coulter of the
Scrubgrass Presbyterian Church; Rev. •'
\v. Miller ol the Ist Presbyterian Chinch,
of Parker City; and by Rev. Creed of the
Parker M. E. Church.
Thg deceased had been a Justice of the
Peace in Allegheny Township for seven
years; and bad filled the office with credit
to hiuuelf and profit to the public. Prior
to his last illness, he had been aspiring to
higher honors. We doubt not that he has
been more than gratified. tt- 'jn:> azat
Parker's Landing, Pa., May 10th 1892.
JURY LIST I"OR JUNE TERM.
List of Grand Jurrtrsdrawn this 2nd day
of May, A. 1)., 1802, to serve as Grand Jurors
at a regular term of court, commencing ou
the first Monday of June, A. D., lsy2, the
samo being the tith day of said month.
Allen Joseph, Counoquenessing tp. I'aruier.
Balph T A, Butler, 4th wd, carpenter.
Bane Casper. Jaiksontp, farmer.
Black John R, Cherry twp, farmer.
Crittenden A, Concord tp, producer.
Fleming Jeremiah, Butlalotp farmer,
Goehring II H, Jacksou tp, farmer.
Gibson Robert. Peon twp, farmer.
Gadsby John, Venango tp, farmer.
Greisbaugh Gust, Evans City producer.
Harper PB, Washington tp, m arblecutter.
Koch Frank, Butler tp, farmer.
Klouch J A, it urns City, farmer.
Meals A J, Concord tp, farmer.
McCarrier John, Clay tp, tarmer.
McFadden Cost, Marim tp, farmer.
McMacken Daniel, Clearfield tp, farmer.
Nicholas Peter, Forward tp, farmer.
Pontius H J, Donegal tp, farmer.
Swain W G, Jackson tp, farmer.
Strntt William, Zelietiople born, liveryman.
Troutmau John, LSutler, sth wd, laborer.
I'heiker William, Adams tp, laborer.
Stevenson L L, Cherry lp, larmer.
List of Petit Jurors drawn this mid tiuy of
May, A. t).. 1892 to serve at a regular term ot
court commencing on the second Monday or
June, A. 1)., 18D2 the same being the Kith day ol
Ayers II A, Butler, -Ith <vd. geul.
Anderoon Joseph, Adams tp, farmer.
Becker Joseph, Jefl'erson tp, farmer.
Becker H H, Winfield tp, farmer.
Bolti Adam, Winfield tp, farmer.
Barr Janie*, Adams tp, farmer.
Baldauf Henry, Butler, 2nd wd, shoemaker.
Bunting llenry, Jetfers.n tp, Jarmer.
Campbell P 11, Donegal tp, producer.
Covert Newton, Brady tp, tarmer.
Campbell Rainy, Washington tp, farmer.
Campbell R D, Connoquuessiug tp, farmer.
Craig T O, Oakland tp. farmer.
Cummins Samuel. Marion tp, farmer.
Davidson Calvin, Adams tp, farmer.
Duncan Presley. Adams tp, farmer,
flick Abe, Clearfield tp, tarmer.
Gallagher II 11, Worth tp, tarnier.
Graham <) P,Cranberry tp, tarmwr.
Gilfillen R J, Oakland tp, farmer.
Greer Smith, Jefferson twp, farmer.
Hutchison John, Marion tp, farmer.
Jnmihou Thomas, Fairview tp, tar mer.
Kennedy Wilson, Baldridge, farmer.
Kearns Jaine» R, Butler tp, larmer.
Kerr James 11, Marion tp, farmer.
Kelly John C, Butler tp, faimer.
Kocher Hy, Jackson tp, tarinei.
Kocher John, Lancaster tp, farmer.
Limberg William, Butler, 3d wd, merchant.
McGrew T E, Fairview tp, producer.
McLaughlin D, Karns City Ooro, laborer.
McMahan James, Parker tp, inrmer.
McGee W F, Harrisville boro, wagonm aker.
Mover Charles, Lancaster tp, farmer.
Neigh Henry, Butler, Ith wd, teamster.
Patterson Sam ut>l, Jefferson t|», tarmer.
Phabe Fred Saxnnburg boro, hotel keeper.
Roe Thomas, Butler tp, farmer.*
Kamsey A C, Jackson twp, farmer.
Rinker Jacob, Petrolia borough, driller.
Ruch Reuben, Fairview tp, farmer.
Smoker William, Butler, Ith wd, shoemaker.
Steinbeiser William, Jefferson tp, farmer.
Thorn J N, Fairview tp, producer.
Weaterman J J Millerstown ijoro, merchant.
Wallace James, Muddycreek tp, farmer.
Vanderlin Horace, Butler, Ith wd, laborer.
Teachers' Annual Eamina
Keul'rew May 10, 1892.
Glade Mills " 11, "
Saxonburg " 12. "
Coyleville " 13. "
Millerstown " <J3, "
Petrolia " -4,
Farmington " 25,
Harris.'lilo " 26, "
North "Washington June 8, "
West Sunbury " "
Slippery Rock 10, "
Prospect " -1,
Portersville " 22, "
Evans City " 23, "
Butler " 25, "
Examinations will begin promptly at U
o'clock. N. C. MCCOLLOUOU,
Advertise in the Citizen.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening -strength.— Latest
U. S. Govern went Food Report.
ROYAL BAKISG POWDER C0.,10C Wall St.,
Administrator* and Executors of estates
can secure their receipt books at the CITI
11l the matter of the partition of the ) O. C.
real estate of Ueorge Henry Haul- T>. Dec.
fold. late of WliifieM twp.. deed.) Term. W.
Bv virtue ofan order oi the Orphans' Court of
Butler count - . Pa.. I will expoee to public sale
on the premises In Winlleld twp., in said county.
Saturday, May 23th, 1592.
at l o'clock, p. M. all that certain tract of land
In Wlnfield twp.. Butler county. I'a., containing
bounded north by lands of John Kauffotd, east
by Kobert Smith, south by Heny Fox and on
the west liy West Petin It K ; good house, bam
anil other building ■ well Improved.
TEEMS- One-t-.tpt on confirmation of sale,
and residue in two equal annual payments
with interes.s, to be secured by boud and
mortgage, with attorney's commission.
HENKY FOX. Trustee.
Whereas letters of administration with
the will annexed on the estate of Joseph
Sloan late ot Venango twp . Bntler Co.,
Fa , dee'd , have this day been Jissueit by
the Register of said county to the under
signed, therefore all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, and
any persons having claims against the
same will pleaso present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
E. C. PARKS,
Administrator with the will anneseJ of
Joseph Sloan, dee'd., April 28, 1892.
Sis Points, Butler Co., Pa., P. 0.
E. MCJCHKPS, Att'y.
Letters of administration having being
granted to the undersigned "on the estate
of Daniel Wise, ijee'd., late of Penn twp.,
Bu ler Co., Pa., notice is hereby given to
all persons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate to make immediate payment
and those having claims against the same
to present them duly authenticated for
settlement. »\"M. H. WISE, Adm'r,
Zara St.. Knoxville.
Allegheny Co., Pa.
H. Q. WALKER, Att'y.
Orphans' dourt Sals.
liy virtue of nu order of Court, of Butler Co..
of Match 7th iato. C-. No. l. .l ine Terra.
1892, there will be exposed to public sale at tlie
Court House, lUitler, Pa., on
FIUOAY, MAY 0.1892.,
at l o'clock, r M.. the following described
real p.itat". situated in the borough of west
bunbury, llutler county. l'a,, bounded as fol
lows: Beginning at a Hickory twe on Church
street, theme 10 deg M mln west one hundred'
and twenty-four and six-tentn feet to a post,
tbence north 7s dei: mill, w -stone hundred
and foitv-three and tliree-t-nths feet, thence
north 10 deg:io rat-. eattoue nundred and sixty
reet, thence fouth id degeast one hundred and
iorty-three and Ove-tenths feet to ailickory and
place of beginning, having a two-story' frame
house, stable and •ml buildings therooc.
TKIIMS:—one-third on confirmation of saif
by tne Court and Hi- n-malnder in two equal
annual installments from the date ot sale with
lawful Interest to be secured by bond and
mortgage. MARY U. YVKIUHT.
AdmuTfetrntrlx of the estate or J. W. Wright,
deceased, v»esi Kuubury, fa.
\y . 1 > BBAKPON, Att'y.
ESTATE OF CATHARINE BOYD, I>Kl''t>, LATE
OK WIN FIELD TW P., BUTLER CO., PA.
Letters of administration having been
granted to the undersigned ail persona
knowing theuijelvos indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate payment
and any Laving claims ujjaiiisf tno same
will present them duly authenticated Jor
JOHN T. MARTIN, Adm'r,
■STATE OF ALEXANDER WRIGHT, LATE OF
Letters testamentary having been Issued
to the undersigned on the estate of Alex
ander Wright, dee'd, late of Muddycreek
twp., Butler Co., Pa., all persons knowing
themselves iu debt to said estate will
ideate make immediate payment. and any
having claims against said estate will
present theui duly authenticated for settle
J. W. SCOTT, Bx'r.,
Portersville, Butler Co., Pa.
W. H. LUSK, ATT'y.
Betters testamentary on the estate of
Catharine Emrick, dee d., late of Summit
twp , Butler county, Pa., having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to same will
please make immediate payment, any hav
idg claims against the same will present
them duly authenticated for settlement to
JOHN KMRICK, Ex'r.
Butler P. 0., Butler Co.. Pa.
Butler, i enn'a, Feb. 19, 1892. Letters of
administration, cutu testainento annexo, of
Henry Kohlinsyer. Esq., laie of Allegheny twp.,
Butler ' 0., l'a.. deceased, having been this day
■MMd bj U>e ttertster of wills, etc, tn and for
said county to the undersigned, all persons,
therefore, knowing themselves indebted to said
deceased and his estate are requested to make
Immediate payment, and tnose having claims
against t lie saint will please present them to
the undersigned property authenticated and
probated for payment.
.1 AM-. KOHI.MKYEK,
.1. 11. KOIII-MKYKK. Adm'rs,
Saafts Polni i'. it.,
Butler Co., l'a.
E. MeJunkln. att'y lor estate.
Letters of administration having been grant
ed to the undersigned on the estate of Itev. J.
11. Wright. dee'd. late of West Kunbury, Butler
Co., Pa., all persons knowing themselves In
debted to said estate will please make immediate
payment, and any having claims aralnst, said
estate will present them duly authenticated
for settlement to
MRS. MAHV (i. WBIOBT, Adm X.
West Sunbury. "
Butler Co., Pa.
W. li. BRANDON, att'y.
Lotiers of administration having been grant
ed to the undersigned. In the e.->tato of Thomas
Martin, dee'd, late of Butler, Fa., all [lersons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate
will please make Immediate payment, and any
having claims against, said estate will present
them duly authenticated for settlement to
M ABO Alt KI M AKTIN. I
St. Joe Station, P. 0.,
Butler Co., Pa.
S. J?. Bowser, Att'y.
EtCTAT* Ol MIIS. EAUAU SNOW, dee'd.
Letters or administration having iieeu grant
ed to the undersigned, on the estate of Mrs.
Sarah Snow, dee'd, late or l'cun twp., Butler
Co., l'a . all persons knowing themselves In
debted to said estate will please make im
mediate payment .and any having clalmsagainst
said estate will present them duly authentica
ted tor settlement to
1). B. Uot-TUETT. Adui'X,
Brownsaale. Butler Co., Pa.
ESTATE or WILLIAM UALLAOBJSH, DEC'D.
Letters testamentary on the estate of Win
Gallagher, dee'd. late of C'learQeld twp.. Butler
Co., Pa , Laving oeen granted to the underslgu
ed. all persons know.ng .house! ves Indebted to
said estate will plo u»> make Immediate p a . v '
meut, and any having claims against Said
estate will present them duly authenticated for
ll'*r;.'ian P. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
W. I). BKANDO>'. at l'/.
jn lii«* Iu PiTTSBi !:••« •>*■ l'»o »• ;ie«o i f
u«i AGCNU. REMINGTON EROS.
Who will com rat t for MlrerUflng »t iuwwt
I .-TATI • TOMRRH ■**■». SR., BEC'D.
Letters at adm n. C. T. A having been grant
ed to The under- .'nrd. on the <*>tate ot .liwep i
HayS. >r .de Ul» of Mtddl- - P I'd tier
Co.. I'a .41 Us icix'ivtn? themselves In
dented t said.-' win pleas- make ImniMll
ate payim nt, and a:e. bavin:,- claims against
■jui.' estate wilt at Uteia dul> aulheiittcat-
Cd !>"' ■ •
v. , A MAH*. Adm's..
Valencia, p. t>. Butler Co.. I'a.
ot l.mulst ration on the estite ot
James Gibson l ofruiiton township. Butler
Co. Pa.,deee.<s.m.v.n- this day been granted
the under-,gn~'i. nil persons knowing
themselves It. I. I t<> I estate are request
ed to make iminedl <te payment and those hav
ing claims :c_. . J ild««ftw .m rejue-wdto
present tiiem pi ' .i p;Ai>. : 1 t- rhe under
signed lor p.... oie:,t
.1. N. U LTON. Adm r.
E. MCJCNMN" Flick I'. O. liutler Co..
Att'y for Adm'r. February tl. '92
The.Register hereby gives notice that the
following accounts of executors, adminis
trators and guardians have been tiie«l in his
office according to law, and wiU be presented
to Court for confirmation and allowauce on
Wednesday, the'th day of June, 1592, at 3
o'clock r. M. of -aid day :
1. Final account of John M Webb_ and
Wm M Webb, executors of John Webb,
dee'd, late of Clay twp.
2. Final account of John L Alliert, ad
ministrator of Henry Ail»ert. dee'd, late 01
3. First and partial account of Lobert
MeKee andjames Little, exeeators of Janips
Beers, dee'd, late of Adams twp.
I. Final account of tie r::e .V McMillen,
administrator of Jane M Milien, deed, late
of Sum-nit twp
5. Final account of Mary A Ninio
merly Croft 1, gr rdi in ol James C t roft,
minor child o! John Croft, dee'd, late ot
Fayette county, I'a.
(>. Fiual account of .f C Watt, adminis
trator of Wm F Logan, dee'd, late of Butler
7. Final account of Barbara L Kalstou,
administratrix 01 Jam - I' Ralston, dee'd,
late of Butler borough.
s. Final account of Nancy A Cuuitaines,
administratrix of John R Cunvnings, dee'd,
late of Donegal twp.
9. Final ac • tint or II H Vinceot, exec
utor of Ezekiel Wilsoo, dee'd, late ot Ceo
10. Final acoouut owl' 1 Amy, ailmni
istrator oi T II dee'd, late of Millers*
11. Final account of Satnuel I Okeson.
guardian ol F W II Wehr, minor child ol
Nicholas Wehr, dee'd, late of Muddycreeo.
12. Second and final account of Joseph \\
Todd, ex.cutor of Wm Cruikshank, deed,
la'e ot Winfield twp.
!.'i Fiual and distribntion account of l.
J D ttroh eker, executor of Margaret
Betuler, dee'd, . itc of Zelleuople borough.
li. First aad j.artial account of Cyrus
Harper, xecu'>r of John Reefer, dee'd, late
of Cranberry twp.
15. Fir»t final and distrioutiou ace mnt
of U C Black. oxecut4ir of Maria Harris,
dee'd, late ot Harrisville borough.
ltj. Final account of Elizabeth Logan,
aduiini.-itratrix ol Frastus L igau, dee'd, late
ot Peun twp. _ n
17. Fiual account ot'Johu \Y Oallagher.
administrator of Wm Gallagher, dee'd, late
of Jefferson t*rp.
Is Final account of Henry Bright, ex
ecutor of John Uerrard, dee'd, late ot t en ire
19. Final accouut of Tillie C Brown,
(now Young) executrix ol Jacob brown,
dee'd. late ot Clay twp. . , . .
20. Final account of I G Smith, admin
istrator of W S H aldrou, dee'd, late ot But
21. Filial account of G D Swain and
John L Rice, executors of John Rice, dee'd ,
lateot Harmony borough.
22. First aud final account of W M Veil
gel, administrator of Isaiah Veasel, dee'd,
late of Millerstowu borough.
23. Fiual accouut of Albert Godfrey,
guardian of Minnie Shanor, of Concord twp.
21 First aud partial account of R C
Wilson aud li M launehili, administrators
of John A Taunebill, dee'd, late of
"5. Final aceiur.t of J M Black, guardian
of Forest L Kohl-.never, minor child of S W
Kohlmeyer, dee'd, late ot Allegheny twp.
26. Final account ot I Rosenberg, admin
istrator of F B Goldinger, dee'd. late of
27. Fiual account of H C Milleman, ad
ministrator of Johu Liitz, deed, late ol
•>s. Final account of Mary O Miller, ad
ministratrix of 11 F Miller, deed, late of
Brady twp, as filed by Samuel Lawrence,
executor of said Mary O Miller.
29. Final accouut ot Samuel Lawrence,
executor of Mary O Miller, dec d, Jate ot
30. Fiual account oi Adam Iroiitiuan.
guardian ot Louisa 1. Nicklas, minor child
of Alex Nicklas, dee'd, late of Butler bjro.
31. Final aud distribution account of I)
B Hotitlielt, at! ni in istrator C T A of Jaijob
Nicklas, deed, late ot forward twp.
32. Final account of J H Pontius, ad
ministrator C T A ui John Pontine, dee'd,
late of l>oneg'il twp.
33. First . rid final aec&unt of .-i \\ fchau
non, one of the executors of 3 \V Shaunou,
dee'd, late of Franklin twp.
31. Final account of Samuel A i.eslie,
administrator of Harvey B Brown, deed,
lets of Middlesex twp.
:io. i inai account ol Andrew McMurry,
administrator of Jane Bfown, dee'd, lato ct
Hii. Final aeciuut of Silas Campbell and
S R Campbell, 'administrators of Samuel P
Campbell, dee d, late of Wa»hiugi.ou twp.
37. Final uccount ot Harvey Baldaut,
extuutor of Margaret Smith, dec d, late o
U, Fiual accouut of D II Htckenberry
and Aran 1 Pobson, admiilistrators of Wm
iiobaou, deceased, late of Clay township.
3!l Final aeeount <t Johu B Cuuuing
ham, guardian ol Fiieu May Luty. late ot
Allegheny City inoW deceased).
4u. First umi viisuributioii aecomit of
Robert Barron and liiiifiabelti Gllkey, exe
cutors ol Robert Gitkey, deceased, late of
Slippery RoeU township.
41. Final account oi' II II Grossman and
M t Mayer, executors oi Hugh Cirua sinu,
dee'd, late ot Brady twp. . .
42. Final accouut ol A B \\ hlte, admin
istiator ol l arson Duiibar, dec d, late ot
Middlesex twp. . w .
43 Partial account ot iV J Marks and W
R 1 hoinps- u, executors of Ephraiiu Ogden,
deo'd, late ol Middlesex twp.
44. Fin.il account of II M Wise, admin
istrator oi Henry VV eckbeyker, ufwi d, late ot
4o Final account ol H M Wise, admin
istrator 0 i S»'*ti Weckbeeker, dec d, late ol
njti^Flual' 1 " account of Daniel Fiedler,
auardian ot Elizabeth Sahll, miuor child ol
Christian Sahll, «lec'd late ol Laucasier twp.
j? I'artia 1 i< count ol Anuetta t fetaley,
exeeumx Of VV'm y, d.e'd late of Jeller
4i. 'piual account of Mary Charles, ad
ministratrix oPJohn Charles, deed, late ot
49. Fuial accouut of Ci C Timblin, admin
istrator ot Ueorge limblin, deed, late o
50. Final account of'W C Riddle, admin
istrator ol Patrick Sweeny, dec d, late of
Parker twp. „ ,
51. Final account of James Nugent, at -
ministrator ot Morris Nugent, dec d, late of
Cltarheld twp. 1( ,
52. Final account of Sarah J Kedii, ad
ministratrix ot J C Redd, dee'd, late ot But
1). E. DALE, Register.
Notice Is herebv given that Hie following
bridges have been conllrnied iris 1 by the Court
and will be presented on the first ednesday ot
June is!>2, being the »th day of said
month . and If no exceptions are filed they will
be confirmed absolutely. .
B. L). No. 1 .V reh >c -lon. isUJ, IN Kt pit I
tltlou or Inhabitants of Ixirough and township
of liutler for a bridge over <
creek, near tlic fair sround of the Butler Agri
December 17, 1- I. \wr appointed bj Hit
Court; March . I leport ol viewers tiled us
viz • Tnai tlie hridge Is netessaty and that the
erection ol the an,, will miulre more expense
than Is reasonalile 'lie In .rougll of Butler should
bear, and did locale tie- site thereof at. the
point when ConnoqU'iiesalng creek cronsos
Neuley avenue, ,i shown by draft aceompany-
Ine the report, and made part thereof and
marked A . Mi it no . hang* I- no essary In the
course or b. I tli ■ public road to be i-onnect
cd with suld bridge. No damages assessed.
March ls > approved notice to l« g' ,, 'n
according to law and rules of court, and this
report to be laid bclorc ihe («rand Jury at next
terul ' B\ rite COCBT.
K <Vru'lW Irorn lb' I'o i>r>t this UtU day or May.
jgj-j, JosEj-H CBiHWELt, Clerk Q. S.
bio reuioceu Ln* immense stock of AVall
Paper, Window shades, Fine Pictures and
Frames to that large commodious room in
the Aldiuger building. 311 S. Main street.
The increased size of my new room has,
allowed a largo increaso In stock.
ART DEALER, - BUTLER, I'A
Advertise ID */h« CmziN
Bv virtue of a writ ot Al. PL ! a , t-.- ;rd out
tit lue Court ofi oniuitrii t'le*s,W Butler count;. .
I'a . and to me directed, there » m bo
to ruollc >ale. at the Court Uoiw 111 th-
Borough of Butler. Pa . on M inii*. the
day ot May. A. U.. lw: at I o clo- K r. *., tll<
fjllOA tng described property, to wit:
r.. |>. No. June T- rill. I*'.-.
Onncrt llcjdruk. AU'ys.
All the rignt. till, tntei'ot and claim o.
Hubert \ anacrlta of. in ai, ; : • r- - ot umi
wore or less, situated in Vena'.go and Man
tOWlishlU,. IlUtler rulinlj I'a , ImU lied as t
lowsto-JFlt: on tlie Uorth in lands now or,
late 01 Al' Hollesler. lorni r John t»st>ori.
east by t'ummtngs .In tra VYut Br&ndou. o
Conway, John Jamison, et al.; south by t ■
heir- oi Step 1 n \auderiln a . t Jas l uuiailngs;
west by Neal UornUey. Atvrell ul«t I' rier; saci
property being known as U. -.- JUC H -
l*ruperi> subject to a certain 1 an; made .
Hubert \auderlin to A O Kj.. -it and t.eo»,i
1. sncaaley dated Marcu 4. ai.d P ord l
In said county in Deed ouu* No. 11'. page i.
About ;> >0 acres cleared and in • ,>••• t sta'e ot •
culuration: balame in timber; witn ;
out 0,l wc, , oue tv*o-sLory kittle" u.'U-'*, inuin
barn, two o: clutrcaand out b'lUuiiiustnereoa
ALSO- Ail tbe rijtut. title, l,.;er.and «.ia..i.
ot liob rt \ atiderllu, ot. in and to 1« aens
laud, more or less, situated In Venango tup.
Butier county, fa., bounded as toltoas. tu-» .
On the north by other lands of u. :>ert \ a:,
derl.n; c;iat oy lands ot the heLrs ot A Jamison;
soutn b* Unda ot the neirs of John ilun in.
westb} lauus ot the hetrs of J.uob ivlllerman
about seventy acres i-leai-ed and in a KOO,I slat
oi cultivation, balance lu ilmb'-r; toi,-' iner «i i
!1\ e producing oil wells, one l'.vi)-.>l«f) irali,
Uuu.ie, frame barn, onu.vrd and outbulidli.i,-.
taereon. Seized and token in execution a.-? tu
property of liobert \ audertm at the suit oi ,
Lti\i t'crter. et. al.. executor lor use ot A i.
K&bert andiieorge it. Sheaaiey.
WILLIAM .M.BKuvVN, ahertfT.
Sheriffs Offlce, ttutier. Pa., April I -
LIST OF UNSEATED LANDS
To be Sold for Taxes by County
Treasurer James S- Wilson
at Public Outcry at the
Court House in But
ler, on Monday, •
June 13, 'O2.
acres year am't tax i
Campbell .1 J and Brandon, -<l >
Huttngii Marquis K« V> -- •. i
Campoelt Jno B. :-*T > sy 41 i J
Campbell it J. lis no •■>
Campbell JoUn J, l" '!*» 10 2• I
McCamey lw ':w -s ;
MctilnuisliA t'J sw is
Parda. sinepard * Co, IT
Kodgers tlelrs. •"> >' :i -♦ |
Sedivick W ill» ' ill l
Campbell J J and Brandon. '--Ji 'ao M l :
acres year am't ta\ ;
Uavia Win, >» " !
Stewart Sarah E. i«3 vj Jb
Wick £iUaoelh. 1 lot '!W ii
acre* year ion i ta\
Marsh til Eliza, 'au 23 21
Nigle i>avu, 10 M ~ i
Wick Walter, 13 Da
Thompson Jacob 2 'UJ l -
acres year am i tax
Braden James, 1" VJ-'9O Is s: |
ClirisLle uutdrie, -< "S3 5
acres ycar am't tax
Brltton Joseph, -is 'sa-'uo M
lioldiuger MD, 7'i V.)-"'jO 3." ■-
shields Denis. so sP ll
White Martin, 90 'sn-'sw 3»'.c
Kelly Patrick, 3 lots sw so
Karnes J K, 'M !W c .'•>
Skelton l-.11/: tbeth, 90 5 91
Kerr Michael, i i 02
T iiKtur. TWP.
acres year ain't tax
Coleman Millerj 50 '.-j-':<i s i;
Smith Jno ft Duffy, 10 >u l 3.
Bruden £ Donegny, T3 >;i ■ ■' l
llindman Jas K, 50 '9O 12 31
Smith W «, so *9O i; i;.i
tiilmore's heirs. To '9J 10 5S
Braden & Doncgliy, iw ':*) 18 20
Braden ,v Douegny'. 20- '9O "> 22
M. .M i il. Co. 11 '9O 23 US
llerron James, IT '9O 9»
acres year ain't tax
Coovert Jno W. 8 'B9 137
acres year am't tax
.Median Jas, 37>J 'B9-"90 6 I -
o conner Dennis, 1 su u>
Markwell Frank. 25 s9 ill
Cubhtßon Jno, dee'd. l 'B9-'9O BS2
Long .1 li, 3T>i :>0 s -o
Shepard Jacob, 12 .'>i 2 71
Matiood A M, so '9O 12 2-
Statr .v lirittain, so "no S3 v
Flililan S A. 11 S9-':K) « 1
Maxwell A H, dee'd, ■ 50 '99 12 89
t acres year am't tax
Boyle Ml-s Mary, M >u 10 ts
Braden Jas lion, 121 ao 34 7t
Oreenwood oil Co, l '9O 31
I'AIBVtEir TWI'. ,
acres year am't tax
Dins more T J. l lot no 20
Brown l.cwls, 1 lot *s9 37
Hepler Isaac. " 1 lot *9 ..1
Bvrle l'hos 15. M V9-':>o _, 11
Jack-111. W losi
McMillen Mrs E J, 1 lot -9 2 71
Collins Jas 50 jo 11 >
Denny David, 25 :>o 5115
Mr Kirov David. 85 '9O IT K.
McKulglit Thus, 19 '9O 0 3>
aei es year am i tax
Oreer Jno. 10 ,89 17n
l'allur Nicholas 11 X L 'B9 33
Alien lleury, 71 'B9 441
acres year am't tax
Maxwell Sarah, 44 "89- jO 9 1-
Seaton Samuel. 10 'B9-'9O 2 18
Luge Mary, 1 lot 'B9 2 ;>o
smith Theodore, 10 >;i-'9O 102-
Andrew Bard, l'*J -.9- 90 13 Tt;
Barhe. Andrew. 100 no 13 20
MclJurk Dennis. 19 '9O 2 20
f urviani-e Jno. 10 '9O 1 80
Seaton liobert, heirs 47 no 20
Yeager Fred, i:i '9O li 1»
Meuurk Margaret, 12 lii J.". 9
OAK LAMP TWP.
acre year ain't tax
Hutchison U W, 1 lot 'ss
tiiirton & sou. 1 lot 'B9 1 U7
Story Mrs Ada, 3r '59 24«
Tnoinpson Jno St, io no ti7
Black JK, l lot '9O 90
L ghner Jno, U '9O 797
Cannon Jas B. st> '9O 8 42
Kiliott Kobert. Hot '9O 1 m
acres jear am't tax
At well TJ, 45 'B9-90 IS 57
ti Abbie, so .-9 19 12
Fuller J C. 10 'B9 10 12
Gillespie & CO. 1 'B9 t 03
Me Kinney Bro, 15 'BB- -3 10 M
acres year am't tax
Ureen Miles. l<is 'tHj 22 0-
Itenderson KA, tl '9O I 9 .
Marshall l'hos 20 'DO 36T
acres year am't tax
MclieaiiLS. 101 :K) 13 s9
acres year am't tax
Dumbaugti Ed, 15 2-3 '9O 2 us
Kiddle. \V U 11. 15 2-3 '9O 2 08
• acres year am't tax
Berchard Alex, '«u-'9O 21 1-
liovard Samuel. II I. >■> ■ 1
McLaughlin JB. 59 « 9 ) 23 21
McUrlde Morris, 50 89-'o 1 20
McClanahan Mai', heir, . 'B9-'9O 2 2.
Jtorrow Tlios. l'2o so 27 25
l'ollock Jno, 2 lots '-o
l'attersou Klizabctli. 89-90 10 wi
Sloan Margaret II A' L -9
■stalker James. 4* *9 12 ti!
Norcross Andrew, 43 S9 i"i li 1
Kelly Tliodon. 39 89- 90 19 25
Kelly MV, 31 "89- !>0 14 «'d
Kelly ALL. 1' »»-''"l 21 :2
Delly DK, 4<> s# ;»» 19 ..
Kverson C, House 'Bl.
Vanderl'.u JO. ft" 88**9® "87
I>nucliy Thomas, 275 02 2.'
McNamee John L, 25 !*) 2 05
.Mi I.auKhllu l.eorgc 128 90 1. ■—
Sloan KM. :Vs '9O «! <4
Duuiiyuii l'liiillp, 80 :<) 113
acres year am t tax
Atwcll TJ, '■» * 13 «-
Braden James. w-90 12
Conn James 1,. l°o VI-:«j ;ttj .0
Kelly Patrick, si, >9- 90 39 25
Turner JL. 1 4,9 J»
Burnett James, 28 mi 21 12
Beck Mi liolas. 11 _9O
Anderson .lane, I' * ' ■ '
Courtney D*J. '°o ,9" J 93s
Donly '1 lion 111s, txx' ' K ' il CO
Thompson o D, 0® 10 oi
WINi lEt.P 'I we.
acres year am't I tx
Clymer WB, 129 '«i 2] 04
Irwin HP, " 90 *""
Murslndl ri. ] 0 '9O b 80
Heed it Dully, 3"0 90 It .is
Sloan M .1, 1
Mel,altcrty Jas, heirs, iu <-9 i 08
McClurc Win. so XI II 00
Miller tlcorge, 20 "*■> I*o
Notice to Contractors and
i'roposals will be received for the build
hiR of a new frame school builtlinp in No.
4 district, (known as the Soften School)
in Clinton township, Liutler county I'a.
Specilicatioua can be seen by calling on
the President or Secretary of the Hoard.
All bids must bo received not later than
the JSth of May, ISU2.
The Board reserves the right to reject
auv or all proposals.
11. H. HAASTKAP, Pres.,
J. B. CFN»I>GHAM, Sec.
L. & MeJUNKLN,
insurance and Real Estate Ag't
17 LAST JEFFERSON ST.
BUTLER, - I J A.
Hktitiilt • j.jiDii.:.. . "CJiiii |
1 ■ i nr;•« fr;« -t ■ 'Jlirt J. i >.i» >n . ,
UkiHi. j* '"vkur'k * I
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.^
WRsT I'BSS E. K.
Train< leave the Went tVon deprt at fool
east Jefferson Si. a» follows:
.na.ni -Market -arrim at Allegheny at
8:40 and '1.5 p. m.
-40 a. m.—Expre* —arrive* at AlleghenT
at 11H30 a. tu.
119«'». m.—Ac niodatma- arrive* at Alle
gheny at 11 p. tu.
2:4 > p. m—Aceomodatioa-—arrive* at Alle
at 4:44 p. m.
' ifip m 1 tpr< -- arrives at Allegt>«ny at
Allegheny at ' :4s n m.
The a. ru. rain ami J.4,"> p. m. trains
connect at Butler Junction with train* East
toßla.rsville Intersection, where connection
is made with the Day Express and Philad a
Express going East.
Trains arrive at Butler at and 10:35 a.-
m. and ►» and 7: Vl p m„ leaving « Al
legheny at 8:30 am' 10:40 a. tu. audj -1 ;
M and «>;10 |>. n
V. & W. K. R.
Trains leave the P. £ W depot near CVn
tre Ave., Southside. Butler time, as foilw*
; going south:
a. m. Allegheay Acconiislation.
—: 1h 1. \! legheny and Akron Express—runs
on Sunday to and connects for
New Castle that day.
1 l a. 111. —Allegheny Accomodation.
2:50 p. m.—Allgbeny Express.
'■ -'o p. in.—Chicago Express, runs on Sun
|':1" p. m —Allegheny and /eliepople Mail
l.uns on Sun.lav to Allegheny alone.
On Sunday alone, at !» a. m., New Castle
doing North i0:0o a. m. Bradford Mail.
5:20 p. m—Clarion Accom.
; 7:40 p m.— Fox burg Accom.
No Sunday trains on the narrow-gauge.
1 he ~ 30 p. ni. tram South connects at Cal
lery with ihe Chicago express, which runs
dailj ,u,d is equipped with the I'ulimau buf
lei and sle» i>ing coaches.
Trains lor Butler leave Allegheny at
s:.io and 1(. \) a. m.. eitv time, an I 3:15, s:i»
aud 7:40 p. m. On Sunday at 8:10 a. m. and
4:Su p. m.
Trains arrive at Butler at 9-.55 ami 10:20 a
ni. and 12 4:40, 7:11-5 and 9:40 p. m. Sun
j Jay at 10:20 and ij:lo.
PITTPBTTRO, SHRNAVGO A LAKE kru B. S.
Trams have the 1" A W .iepol, Butler
time, as follows:
" in a in, to Erie, arriving there at 10:*. r '
! a. 111.
10:30 a. m. to Erie, arriving there a Ul:2i'
j p. m.
5:00 p. m. to Greenville, arriving there at
| 7:2.5 p 111.
A train arrives from Ureenville at 10:05 a
ni. with through car to Allegheny over the
P. A W en.- at 2.-.M p. iy. from Erie whteh
i connects with both roads to Allegheny, and
one at 8:40 p. m. from Erie.
i rains leave Milliards at 6:25 and 11:15 a
m. slow time.
; he- >• a. iu. aud 3p. m. trains on both
road-, oi Allegheny c >nnect with trains on
i the P. S. A I. E. at Butler.
Hotels and Depots,
W. S. Uregg is now running . line
oi carriiijft'B between the hoteia and
depots ot the town.
Charges reasonable. Telephone
No. 17, or leave orders at Hotel
tiood Livery in Connection
Mifflin Strsst Livery.
BIEHL & HEPLER Prop'rs
Oue stpiare west of Main St., on
Mifflin tst All good, safe horses;
new buggies and carriages. Landaus
tor weddings and funerals. Open
day ant! night. Telephone No. 24.
JOSEPH W. MILLER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Office iind residence at 338 o. Main St. Butler,
Dr. N. M. HOOVER,
li: K.'Wayne.St.. office hours. 10 to M. anil
I to 3 I'. M. (
L. M. REINSEL, M. D ,
PHYSICIAN AND SCHOKOW.
UlUce and residence at Il'7 E. Cunningham St.
PHYSICIAN AND M KIiKON,
Ni v. Troutman Building. Butler, I'a.
E. N. LEAKK, M. I>. J. K. MANN. M.;D.
i-yicecoloiry and Sur- Eye, Ear. Nose and
gery. . TliroaL
DRS. LEAKE & M A N N r
G. M. ZIMMERMAN.
riITSICIAN AND St'ltOEON,
ft ; e a' No. 45. s. Main street, over Frank S
''os Hi tig Store. Butler. Pa,
SAMUEL M. BIPPUS.
Physician and Surgeon.
£>o. 22 East Jefferson St., Butler, I'a.
is now permanently located at lao Soutli Main
Street Butler, I'a.. in rooms formerly occupied
l>y Dr. Waldron.
DR. S. A. JOHNSTON.
DENT IST, - - BUTLER, PA.
Hold l illinn Painless Extraction of Teeth
and Artllteial Teeth without. I'lates a speclalty
Mtrous Oxide or Vitalized Air or Local
oniee our Millers Grocery east ot I^jwry
(ifllce closed Wednesdays and Thursdays.
J. J. DONALDSON, Dentist.
Arhii ial leetli inserted on the latest im
loved I ian. Hold Killing a specialty. Utlli:e—
--*i-r Schaul'sClothlnK Store.
C. F. L. McQUISTION,
i:\tiL\EEK AND SI'RVEYOK,
OKKICK MF.AK DIAMOND. BITLIK. PA.
A. B. C. McFARLAND.
A tl'Y at IJIK and Notary Public—Office on S.
tl tamond >t oppoalte the court House—see
ond lloor. | 1 855
H. Q. WALKER,
Attorney-tit I.aw office iu Diamond Block.
J, M. PAINTER,
i ilia i Ucl ween Poatollice and Diamond, But
A. T. SCOTT,
Office at No. s. South Diamond, Butler, Pa.
A. M. CHRISTLEY,
ATIOKNEY AT LAW.
(lit,- second tloor, Anderson Bl k. Malu St.,
near Court House, Butler, I'a.
J. W HUTCHISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
on.i con second floor ot the Huselton block.
Diamond, Butler, Pa. Boom No. L
Attorney at ljw, Office at No. IT, East Jeffer
son St , Butler, Pa.
W. C. FINDLEY,
Attorney at Law aud Heal Estate OI
lice rear of L. /. Mitchell s office on north aide
ol Diamond Butler, Pa.
H. H. GOUCHER.
' \ttornev-at-law. Offlce on second floor ot
Anderwon building, near Court House. Butler,
j t _
i vtt'y at Laflf—Offlce on South alde.ul. Diamond
| Butler, Pa. ]
B. C- HUSELTONH
1 "> ct>. ;m«l DO of**. Ladies* on<l Oeiit#»*
-WELL WORTH VOIR WHILE TO INVESTIGATE.—
I hey c*i j*:.ll SI.OO and shoes S" id ci>< mheri- It is inßp>.'»iblt
to express the beauty and attractiveness of <uch a stock of
as we present to th< people of Butler ami count} this season We
have cheap an I serviceable shoes in men's at 75 cts.. f« 00 and $1 25
which you can't duplicate in Butler for the }»rice. Men's Fine Shoe*
at 4>i.00. $1.25. $1 50 and $2.00. OurKar tr'<>. Cordovan. fXonjjola.
Calf and Patent Calf Shoes are the choicest sty les the market produce#
It is an assortment which is the envy of <,ur competitors and the
admiration •'our customers. Come in and k< -k and you vitl see
that we are still lu adquarters for
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies Mis- - and ( hildrcn s l ine Sk<<cs a ul Oxford Ties in jprr ttest
variety in b!.i_k, dainty colors. Indies Fine Shoes at tjocts ~ si.oo.
$1.25, si.;o and tiped or plain toe, opera cr common sense
lasts. We have them in < loth tops in .dl styles and j»r; es from the
cheapest Mc Ka\ sewed, up to the finest hand turned Button Boot.
ASK TO SEE OUR LADIES' NKM ORLEANS LAST
. Ladies l ine (Mo >rd » 1 ipj>> dat 7J its . Ltda-* Fine t *pera Slipper* at
5° cts ; I. idie Fin Lfcxigola Bluchirs in Ox&>id* and Southern toes
at low prices, styles p. rfectly beautiful, new patterns and damn new
1 styles. Misses' Fine Kid Spring Heel 11-2, Si.oo; Misses" Fine
Dongola Tipped, $1 25. $1 30 and $1 75. Child*' and Intants at
25 cts.. 50ct< ,-5 ,-ts ,$1 a> and $1 25
OUR BOYS' AND YOUTHS* SHOES
Never before had we such an assortment, never so many styles.
Simply impossible not to find a shoe to pit ~se both yourself and
the boy. then the pric ■ will please you to. You can buy them at
75 cts., 90 cts.. SI.OO and $1 .25. Indies (irain Slippers at JO d&
and 75 cts.; Indies' Oil Grain Shoes, warranted, at SI.OO. We are
shoeing a majority of the people of Butler c »unty and wc should be
I shoeing the balance. \\ e Can do so to better advantage than any
other house in Butler. The choice you have in this stock is wide
• enough to cover all that's in the market that is new. The pm es are
1 low enough to come within the limit of anybody's pocket fr* >k Come
and sec us.
102 N. Main St. Butler, Pa
f A SURE WINNER
BICKEL THE SHOE MAN,
IIIH TRADE INCREASING DAILY.
GOOD HONEST SHOES
AT EXTREMELY LOW PFTLCES DOING IT.
People flock from all parts of the count) eager to make purchases.
A dollar goes a good ways at
BICKEL'S SHOE STORE.
The people of Butler count) are in luck in having a Shoe Store that
' is always willing to sell goods to suit the times; things are pin< hrng a
little here ..i d there and you want to make a dollar reach a* far as
possible and when you ari in need of any Shoes and Slippers, you
will find it to your interest to visit Bickel's.
PRICES THAT TELL THE STORY
t Men's A Calf' English Bals, good quality $t 00
Men's Buff Congress and Bals 1 to
Men's Good Solid Plow Shoes 80
Men's Good Solid Crecdmores 1 00
Boys' Fine Shoes, Button or Lace I oO
Boys' Working Shoes, Creednpre% • Jk>
Youths' Fine Shoes 75. 85 and t 00
AND STILL THEBE S MORE TO FOLLOW.
Ladies' Fine Don Button Shoes Si 00
1 Ladies' Fine Grain Button Shoes <»
' Ladie<s' Fine Oxford Ties 75
Ladies' Fine Opera Toe Slippers 50
Ladies' Serge Gaiters JO
Ladles' Fox Gaiters 60
Ladies' Bru->cl Slippers 25
Children's Shoes .25. 40. 50 and 75
1 BARGAINS THIS MONTH.
in Lawn Tennis Goods, Base Ball Shoes, Low Shoes of aii kinds
Don't buy any footwear until you look at our many goods and prices
Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing done promptly at the great
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE
BUTLER, - -- -- - PEN M' A
R & R.
MAY, 10, ISO 2.
Another Large Lot
? JJ§P ERCAL WAISTS-FG
When we placed our order with a large manufacturer 'or Pan*
we thought we would do well to sell them all this »t«uo Instead tbat.
we are completely sold out We hare theref.ire ordered and wiii op»o a
much larger lot ou next Tue»day, at our seaaon price, ij ceMB- They w
the greatest drive ever offered in Butler
A FULL LINE
of Ladies' Muslin Underwear at the same price, i-> eaot* Also bargain* is
all kind* of l>ry Goods, CsrpeU, Lace Cartaioa, Trituaninga aad Furo »b
--togs We guarantee more value for your moaej than yoo mm fH *» «»f
other bouse ,lu»t received latest noreltiee in Paraaola aad Sua t*«
RITTER & RALSTON'S.