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FRIDAY, AUGFBT 18.1593.
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-VBLICAN COUNTY TICKET
A3H3HEW G. CAMPBSLL
Of Oakland twp.
FOE BEFILSTERLAJD BECOBDEB.
J. S. WICK,
SAMUEL M. SRATOS,
Of Marion twp.
FOB COC2CTT TBKASIBEB.
JOHX T. MARTI*,
Of Buffalo twp.
FOB CLEBK OF COUBTS.
• Of Butler twp.
FOB COCHTT COBBISSIOSEBJi.
SAMUEL W. MCCOLLOUGH,
Of Fairview twp.
Of Venango twp.
Jon* X. Atusox,
Of Centre twp.
ROBERT H. YOC*G,
Of Clay twp.
GEORGE M. GRAHAM,
Of Connoqnenessmg twp
TUB Commission appointed to select a
site for the location of the Home for Feeble
Minded Children, in Western Pennsylva
nia.have visited and inspected the grounds
offered in many of tbe counties, whether
of all or not we are unable to say. But
we notice that last week, the Commission
met in Philadelphia with the members of
the State Board of Public Charitieß to dis
co.-- the subject. Xo conclusion, we be
lieve, has yet been reached. Xo point
more central than Butler, or with better
railroad facilities, has or could be present
4d. The site should
iiot be very distant from Pittsburg. The
State Board of Public Charities may yet
control the selection and the advantages
of Butler, we believe, will be duly consid
Doings at Washington,
On Friday, Mr. Wilson, immediately
after the meeting of the house, introduced
a bill unconditionally repealing the
Sherman purchasing law. and Mr. Bland,
on behalf of the free-coinage men, follow
ed with a resolution providing for the im
mediate consideration of tbe bill and allot
ing fourteen days for general debate before
a vote should be taken. The resolution of
procedure was drawn to especially secure
the silver men in their demands for separ
ate votes on free coinage at the various
ratio* proposed, but is so explicit as to call
for a final vote on the repealing bill at the
termination of debate whether the silver
amendments prevail or not. Thus, in the
house at least, the fear of filibustering is
allayed and both parties are arrayed in
line for a fair fight and no lavors.
The speeches of the day were marked
for their intensity of feeling and revealed
a wide difference of opinion in party ranks.
Mr. Raynor of Maryland was frank enough
to unqualifiedly declare for monometallism
under present conditions and presented
the arguments of the repealing men in the
strongest possible light. Mr. Bland elec
trified the house by his warning that the
Democratic party would know the silver
men no more if it assisted in the last drama
in the demonitizing ot silver, and Late
Pence, the young silver representative
from Colorado, made one of tbe strongest
maiden speeches heard in the balls of Con
gress within the last decade, excepting on
ly tbe eloquent tariff oration that brought
fame to Congressman William J. By ran of
Xebraska a year ago.
In his speech Mr. Bland said these
"We do not intend that any political
party shall survive that will lay tins con
fiscating hand upon America in tbe inter
est of England and of Europe and.demone
tize the silver in this country, and my
friends of the Eastern Democracy, we bid
you farewell when you do that."
PRKSIDKST CLEVELAND has nominated
Capt. Geo. W. Skinner to succeed H. H.
Bengougb, as Pension Agent for this dis
THK "Senate" hotel in Chicago took ftre
early Monday morning, and seven persons
perished in the flames.
FOURTEKJI cases ot cholera are quaran
teened on one of the islands of Xow York
Col. S. M. Jackson, of Apollo, is spoken
of for the Republican Nomination for
State Treasurer. He is a good man.
At Cincinnati, last Thursday, the Demo
cratic Convention nominated L T. Neal,
of Cbillicothc, for Governor. Neal is a
radical tariff-reformer. The platform
blames tbe present financial situation in
the McKinlev and fiberman laws, and
favors more National Bank notes.
Governor McKinley and Chairman Dick,
of tbe Republican State Central Commit
tee, of Ohio, have decided to open the Re
publican campaign formally at Akron on
An old friend and old-time subscriber,
after reciting the financial and industrial
condition of the country, winds up bis
letter by asking "wbitherare we drifting"
Tbe question is a bard one and we think
we can not give a better answer than to
relate the experience of Johnnie Bison,
who under-took to break the yearling bull,
and to make sure he did not pet away tied
the rope around his waist. Tbe breaking
process angered tbe yearling, and he split
a crack in the atmosphere towards the
swamp. Johnnie only bit tbe ground in
tbe high places In their mad career they
passed a neighbor, who yelled to John,
"Where are you goingT" "Damfino; ask
SOME New Vork physicians claim to
have cured cancer by injecting into the
tumor tbe virus of erysipelas.
CLEVELAND to Congress—"Figbt it cut,
boys. I'm off for Buzzard's Hay."
Tbe open air preachers, that preached
on our streets on Thursday and Friday
evenings last, tickled the ears of but a few
of the many that heard them. They shook
the dust off their feet and left Saturday for
On Saturday evening two extremes bad
a collision. A man in a cart, so frill of bad
whiskey that he couldn't see how to drive
run into a temperance lecturer and got
badly knocked out.
Henry I'urviauce and family of lieaver
Falls are visiting friends in Petersville for
several days. And also Mrs. Low of Pitts
burg is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Thomp
Mr. and Mrs. William Mates and children
of Butler, visited at I). li. Weiez's lart Sat
Tbe law suit between Mr. McKee anil
li Stevick over a scrap, was decided by
Esquire Weisz. Each party pays hi* own
There will be some more fast racing on
tbe Petersville track next Fridav. Good
horses are expected in the race.
Kev. Hunter and family have gone to
West Virginia to visit the Rev's, parents
Our camp-meeting begins to-morrow.
There are quite a number moving to their
tents to day
Jolm S. Beyers l.as moved in tbe new
Hotel Central, »i<il in getting readv to ae
commf date tbe people that may come to
There are thirty tents gone up on ibe!
camp-ground and ready to occupy ai am*
Dr. John N lilaek of Cleveland. 0 , i-i ,
on our streets shaking hands with bis many |
frkiids. John, we are glad to seo you.
NEIGHBORHOOD 4,tOTES -
John S. Smith met a
1 < ' n Blair C°- ast Wednesday
, r Ws driving foar horses to a reaper.
; i.-atting oats. A hornet's ne?t was
molested, and the insects >tutig the horses
and they galloped across the field. Mr.
Smith was nnable to control them, and he
was thrown in front of the flying knives.
His head was eat off and one arm was
A year ago, Michael Brennan. an em
ployee in a steel works at Braddocs, fell
backwards upon a piece of red-hot iron
that seared his neck and part of his back
bone, though he ficished his night's work
the barn has since made him violently in
Two women were found dead under the
Becks Kun trestle in Allegheny Co., Sun
day morning with their throats cut; an un
known man crawled into a 22d ward. Pitts
burg, school house and shot himself, and
fonr persons were drowned in the Ohio
river near Beaver that day.
a number of bears have lately
been seen in the woods near Smethport.
William Ploughfield was stabbed to
death and his brother John wounded at
Birdsboro, Pa., last Sunday, by two tramps
whom they were trying to drive from
their potato patch. The murderers escap
More than one half of the men employed
by the Cambria Iron Company, at Johns
town, have been discharged. The man
agers say they are short of orders and do
not care to make more iron than will fill
orders until it is determined what course
the Democratic Congress will take on the
tariff question. If the duty is taken off
iron the capacity of the works will be re
duced and the wages of the men materially
John Shell, of Xeir Hamburg, Mercer
county, Pa., advertises in the Sharon
papers for "a lady of unblemished charac
ter and neat habits, between 25 and 40
years," to fill the position of housekeeper,
"with the view *>t mutual advancement
and the probability of matrimony." lie
adds: "The gentleman, while by no means
an invalid, is not robust, and will endow
the right kind of a housekeeper with a
good home at his death or SSOO in ca.-b.
He engages to give bonds for this provision,
but he doesn't offer to bond himself to die
within a reasonable time.
Two hundred houses were burned in
Minneapolis, Sunday, fifteen hundred
people were made homeless, and the loss
was estimated at two millions.
Reai and know that
While sitting in M. Ueyl's blacksmith
shop, A 1 Cable had a fourth of a pound of
powder explode in his pocket. AI. was
not hurt, but Billie Heyl bad quite a time
finding him in the smoke.
Ed. McCleary likes a joke too, but he
doesn't like to be taken for a saddler, tin
ner, undertaker and photographer, all at
the same time.
Misses Heck and Martin were the guests
of Mrs. Aggie Burry, ofMt. Chestnut, one
afternoon, recently. Wo understand that
Mrs. Burry is learning the art of music
from Miss Martin.
Mrs. Margaret Ekin is visiting at 'Squire
Owen's, Beaver Falls.
Miss Grace Borland of Butler, is the
fue.st of her schoolmate, Uattie Boehm.
he girls are having a jolly time, and Hat
tie is composing a song entitled, "Gracie,
Don't be llackward."
Misre* Sadie and Lizzie Waltenbaugh. of
Livermore, Cal., were the guest of their
uncle Jas. McGowan, last week. Tbe In
dies are teachers and went home to begin
Miss Eva Criswell,of Princeton, Lawrence
Co., was the guest of her sister. Mrs. L'
M. Roth, last week.
James Barr and wife went to the World's
Fair, last week. Miss Mattie English t»"k
care of the family during Mrs. Barr's ab
sence. Good girl, Mattie.
The picnic, made by the Sunday Schools,
was a very nice affair. The Band furnish
ed the music. There were no serious acci
dents, although Barney and Emery were
rather stunned when they found some one
had coaxed their roast chicken away.
Jake Albert had 5$ acres of oats, which
made 287 dozen large bind, good for UOO
bushel. Who can beat thiß t
Mrs. T. H. Boehm is making a two
week's visit among relatives in Lehigh Co.
Mrs. Wimer and Mary Kelly are making
things ham at the hotel in Mrs. Boehm'*
John I). Albert has completed a porch
for Aunt Margaret Heyl.
Rev. Scheffer has returned frem a visit
amonir friends in the eastern part of the
Miss Pearl Boebm said she would lift very
mad if we didn't tell about her vi«iLing
friends in Evans City, last week.
Urn. J. D. Myers, ol Franklin, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Samuel Weigle.
Mrs. Myers makes an annual visit to the
scenes of her childhood days.
Miss Mollis Gates and sister of Butler,
were the quests of J. C. Miller and family,
Mrs. Marion Henabaw, ol Butler, wan
the guest of Mrs. S. Weigle, last Saturday.
The Academy has again opened, and
the clang of the old hell iionnds familiar.
Eccentricities of Record Books.
Among the Books found in the attic of
the Court House, is one supposed to have
belonged to tien. William Ayres. Began
in 1708 and closed sometime in the thirties,
it covers ton thousand items - all <>l which
are instrnctivo, Irom some point of view,
and many of which are interesting
It appears that the relations of the em
ployer and employee, particularly in the
domestic sphere, were a* easily strained
then as now, for the following entry ap
May 21, 1*430 ( Biddy O'DODDOI, Br.
to ' Hundry items from store-.
Oct 11, 1830 ( sl4 87.
Hiddv came on Monday, 17tli May, 1830
Went disgraced as a housekeeper, 20 Oct ,
The only pay which appears to have
been given for tho live months service is
stated and in the account book detailed
Biddy, doubtless, was a remnant of a girl,
who fled Irom persecution in her native
land, or, perhaps a native waif of l'ennsyl
yania. She may have been a poor and
disagreeable housekeeper, b: -'he Hike
of womanhood it is pleasant to t<wrn that
her employer could not write: "Wenl d
graced as a woman."
Four year* after, he hired another fe
male as housekeeper and here is the re
Virginia (French girl,) Ur.
1834, May 5. Came »n Monday evg , »'
30 cents per week.
1831, May 8. To one pair shoes from Con
ningham s, ijil.oo Went away in my debt.
Told her 1 wcnld forgive her.
Distress in the Stcmac'i
Heartburn, Kick llcad- py
aeli\ and other syinp- r ii
ton) ul Dy>p«p>ta £ff \ f
troubled riiO for several W '4 1
years. Since I have been 4' W. I
taking HOOD'S StAK- HK '/ i
MP*KIM,A all tils Wj . / f
U changed. Dy spo pa 1 a ( V;' * jyki !
trouble no longer bottlers
me. Ido not haro heai t. i; ■
burn and I ain free from *^4"
headache. 1 bare gained
In fleih and feel better In
everyway." Mits. J. H. COOK, Martinsville, 111.
Hood's Pllle are purely vegetable. 25c.
BERKIMER 1 TAYLOR,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers,
Diamond Block, next door to
Post Office, Hutler, Pa.,
prompt attention fjiven
to orders, day or
B. F. Gibson, one mile north of here has
moved his family back from New Kensing
ton, and is now living in his own house.
Mrs William Fleming, and her children
were with her father, M. S. Kay, for sev
eral weeks went to their home in Oil
City. last Monday.
Rev. McClure will preach here in the
Presbyterian chuch on next Sabbath even
Re*". Shirard of the U. P. denomination
has eone off on a vacation, and will be ab
sent about one month.
J. L. Adams was home to see his family
last Saturday, until Monday.
The oldest citizen in this county. Xancy
Trout, departed this life la.-t week. She
was past her ninety-third birth-day.
yuite a number of her grand-children at
tended her funeral, and some great-grand
O-s Wamock came homo from the oil
field last Saturday, and is sojourning with
Harriion Gibson has not been able to
perform any work this summer, but is now
VT. F. Alexander, Tom Caruthers.Hutch
Jamison, Myron Michaels, Geo. Campbell,
Win. Gibson and his son Ira Gibson are all
engaged in helping to rebuild Petrolia.
R. P. Jamiion, the school perceptor
claims he has been harvesting for six
weeks. He don't look any worse of the
Mr. J. I). Gibson, his sister Jennie Gib
son, May Gibson and Xancy McGarvey
have been sojourning at Conneaut Lake.
We expect thein home to-day.
Mn ige Templeton and Angin McClung
hava "use to Chautauqua for enjoyment.
THE Hebring Sea Arbitrators have de
cided against this country on several
p, lints, bit the decision as a whole is in the
nature of a ccmproniise.
A LOT of robbers dressed as women are
annoying tbe people ol lower St. Clair twp.
in Allegheny Co.
CONGRESSMAN SIBLKVj o\ the \ cnango,
Crawford anil Erie district surprised his
friends last week by acting with the western
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength.— Latest
United States Governnunt Food lieport.
Royal Baking Powder Co.,
106 Wall St.. N. Y.
Jury List for September T. 1893.
List of Grand Jurors drawn this 31st day
of July, A.D., 185(3, to serve as Grand Jurors
at a regular term of court commencing on
th<* lirit Moil'lay of September, the same be
ing the fourth day of said month.
AgK as Bylvanus, farmer, Concord twp.
A'lderhold H 11, gent, Saionburg.
Browa field W, farmer, Donegal twp.
Borland Charles L, Clerk. Butler, sth ward.
Hartley Seward, larmei\ Butler twp.
Kb nberger William J, farmer, FairvUw, \V.
Elliott J A, farmer. Centre twp.
Fidler D W. farmer, Jackson, W.
Fair George W, pumper, Middlesex.
Knox L 11., farmer, Jackson, E.
Graham Kbenezer, laborer, Butler, Ist ward.
11,,,;,/ John, farmer, Slipperyrock twp.
Heyl Henry, farmer, Franklin twp.
Martin J ii, farmer, Connoquenessiog, N.
M Elhaney Robert, blacksmith, t:herry S.
McQuistion Hindman, farmer, Butler twp.
Itice Jacob, farmer, Butler.twp.
iSleigher Joseph, farmer. Summit twp.
Taylor W 1., driller, l'airview, E.
Weber John, farmer, Baidridge.
Wallet Daniel, farmer, Jefferson twp.
Werner Charles, farmer, l.ancaster twp.
Wimer Jefferson, farmer, Worth twp.
Young Charles, gent, Zelienople.
Li-.t of Petit Jurors drawn this 31st day of
July, A. D,, 181(3, to serve as Petit Jurors at
a regular term of I 'ourt commencing on the
second Monday of September, A. D., IH'JJ,
the same being the 11th day of said month.
Anderson Kobt M. farmer, Penn twp.
BracUney I. E, oil pr.ducer, Butler Ist wd.
Barn art Gabriel, farmer, Conncj. twp. N.
Bower John, laborer, Butler, 2d ward.
Barr Joseph, larmer, Jefferson twp.
Burton John, farmer, Jefferson twp.
Collins Ivaiali, farmer, Barker twp.
Dunn Allen, farmer, Muddycreek twp.
Douglas W J, farmer, Jackson twp. W.
Donaldson A Jl, farmer, Concord twp.
Garrett David, oil producer, Millerstown.
Gantz Lewis, oil producer, Evans City.
Hurt W D, painter, Butler, Ist ward,
HTt Henry, merchant, Evans City.
Knox Samuel S, pumper, Parker twp.
Kiusey J 11, farmer, Muddycreek.
Kenehan Joseph, farmer, Cherry twp. 8.
Kemper B.Jr, shoemaker, Butler, Ith wd.
Milltkan Samuel, farmer, Clearfield twp.
Morns John, carpenter, Wintleld twp,
Mcladden Hugh, farmer, Donegal twp.
M .r*an James A, merchant, Parker twp.
MeCeQ'erty Audrew, farmer, Buffalo twp.
Mclarland Ihomas, farmer, Penn twp.
Madison L G, oil producer, Fairview Boro.
Morris n 8, baker, Butler, 3d ward.
Miller James E, farmer, Venango twp.
Miller Alfred, tanner, Clay twp
O'Niel John, farmer, Jefferson twp.
Orr JW, merchant, Parker twp,
Puff John farmer, JeUerstm two.
Purucker | William,butcher,Millerstown Bor.
Patterson 8 J, farmer, Middlesex twp.
l'atlerson James, farmer, Jefferson twp.
liettig Louis, farmer, Summit twp.
Heiber llenry, merchant, Butler Jd ward.
Uoxbury W J, farmer, Concord twp.
Stiver 1 B, dealer. Harmony Boro.
gunkey M L, farmer, Cherry twp, S.
Snyder Philip, farmer, hutler twp.
Sleppy James, laborer, Butler, ,oth ward.
11., H1, pi ,u George W. farmer, Summit twp.
Vogei George, farmer, Butler twp.
S\( !-li J W, farmer, Conuoquenessing twp.
Webber W C, blacksmith, Centreville Bor.
Woods Thomas, farmer, Clinton twp.
U urthington G M, farmer, Mercer twp.
Witt J.aur«nee, farmer, Oakland twp.
The following widown' appralamenlH ol
personal property mi'l r>■ I estate set. apart for
the benefit, of the widows ol decedents have
!,• • n Hied In the office of the Clerk of Courts of
Hutler county, vl/.:
Widow of A.l'. Kuhn 1.n»i.00
" Christopher Ulder. :I„O.(JO
• J. it. Hantaan .moo
J. 11- HeighUe (realty) *».w>
" ■ Cyrus Baruhart Zh-'Jr<
" •' Daniel 11. I.yncli (r l- altjr) 271 ««>
Ail rsons Interested In Iheih nr i appraise
in ii .rill tak,-notice that they will be pre
Milled for couilnnatlon to the Orphans' t ourt of
l'.u'ler county, Pa., on the r.ih (lay of sepiemix r.
ISO), and If no exceptions he tiled they will lie
JoKKi'ti C'icmwKi.i.. clerk o. c.
Notice la hereby given that the following
bridge i lias been eonllrlned hi I by
the Court und will he pr 'Otted on the first Wed
nesday of Sept., HO:;, being tlii-, t;th day of
said month, and II Jno exceptions tap- filed. It
Will Is- confirmed absolutely.
I!. I>. No. I. June V talon. H- •: In re petition
of inhabitants of Brady. Worth, and Mllpi" ry
Hoi k townships, tor a bridge over tie- st rc:un
that. eroises the road, known as tin- Ki« |, r run
road. 11l the township ol Slippery It. ,;. jinn Ii
H. «'■. v lewers appointed by the Court, and
June ,Illi, l o.t, report of viewers flled. vl/.; That
tiie budge propose,l I. in and Ilia l lb"
erection of the satiie w til require more ojpen.se
tinin Ii reasonable the township of hhppery
H»ek hould hear, and did locate the site there
oi bt the point where said road crosses tbe
sti* mi. June 7tli. Is;,.i,approved, notice |o i«-
giw n cording to rule.-i ~r < ourt and this re|*>rt
to be jam before the tiratid .fnry at M-pi term,
Cerillleil from the nrnrd this 7lh day or
Anii'ist. A. I>. 1 -o.'j.
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fmm M'Ttfou fl 66|Cat'iC'o Kr«o.
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' treat i»Ui«t|'in,
MANNY—Ang. 0, 1893, infant chilil of
Victor Manny of Rutler.
DOCTHETT— Xng. 9. 1893, infant son
of A. M. Douthett of Brownsdale.
MILLER—At his home in Forest Co., July
30th. 1«13, E. 1». Miller, brother of Jos
eph Miller of Adams twp.. aged G"J
Mr. Miller had been iu poor health for
about three years He was raised in Ad
ams twp., and left there and located in
Forest Co. about forty years ago.
GOSSER—At his residence in Allegheny.
Aug. 14. 1593, David Gosser. formerly <>f
Bntler. He was buried at Leechburg.
George Shiras, Sr., died at the residence
of his son Justice Shira-, Stockton Ave.,
Allegheny, last Thursday, aged 88 years.
Capt. J. W. Kirker died at his home in
Bellevue, Allegheny, last Thursday aged
CI vears. He was born in Middle Lancas
ter, this county. He read law in Butler,
and was elected Dist. Attorney when a
young man. During the war he was I'r.•-
vost Marshall ef the 23d Penn'a District
with office in Allegheny, and after that
opened an office in Pittsburg.
On last Wednesday morning John Ven
sel, well known to many of the older resi
dents hereabouts, died at his home in Don
egal township, Butler Co. A few weeks
aero, while enpaged in pulling stumps on
his farm, a piece of machinery broke and
struck him on the right limb above the
right ankle. Xo serious results were fear
ed from this accident at the time, but soon
after his limb liegan to swell and became
very painful. The physicians could do
nothing to relieye him. and tho swelling
continued until his death. Even up to the
evening before the day of his death his
family feared no fatal results. On Wed
nesday morning his wife arose as usual and
as her husband was sleeping she conclud
ed not to wake him. Some time after she
went back into the room and found her
husband dead. During his life he was
looked up to and respected by his neigh
bora, and held many offices of trust in his
community,which he filled with character
istic integrity. Mr. Vensel was aged near
ly 70 vears and leave* a wife and eight
children, all of whom arc grown up.—East
By virtue ol sundry writs of Ven. Ex.. PI. 1- a..
I> v. Fa.. Ac . issued out of the Court of Com inon
Pleas of Hutler Co., Pa., and to me directed
there will be exposed to public sale at the
Court House, in the borough of Butler, on
Monday, the 4th day of Sept-,
A D. 1903. at l o'clock p. m, the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
E]> No IJ, 110. Hi. us. U'J aud 130 Sept T. 189 it.
II 11 (Joucher, alt'y.
All the right, title. Interest and claim of
IX'tmer Shannon and Annie I, liice, of. in and
to'luo acres of land, more or less, situate l in
Comioqueiiessinff twp, Hutler Co. Pa, bounded
as follows, to-wlt: On the north by lands of
Dykes, east by lands of Deltrick's heirs, sooth
by lands < I i-:i! llenshew, and west by lands of
I' Thomas and D'.ifltord, said land being
mostly cleared, in fair .state of cultivation, and
having a two story frame house, large frame
barn, good orchard and Other outbuildings
erected thereon. Seized and taken in execution
as the property of li -tmer Shannon and Annie
L Id- e a' the suit of 15 M Duncan, et al.
ED No 12. sept T, 1593. H H Goucher. Att'y.
AH the right, title. Interest and claim of
Detmer Shannon.of, in and toil aer.-, of lind ,
more or les 1. situate lu 1 .'ounoiiuenevslug twp.
Butler Co. Pa, bounded as follows, to-wit: On
the north by lands of Henry Dambiugh; east
by lands of formerly Lemon ; south by lauds of
D Cable, and west by lands of Mary A McCand
less, with a log house, Irarne barn, orchard and
olner outbuilding erected thereou. being most
ly cleared and under a good stato of cultiva
tion. Seized and taken 111 execution as the
preperty of Detmer Shannon al the suit of 11
K D No 11. Sept T, 1893. K MeJ, McJunkin &
l ial breath, att'y a.
Alt the right, title. Interest and claim of
Isaiah Ilrown. of. In and to 19 acres of land,
more or les,,situated in Centre twp, Butler Co.
Pa, bounded as follows, to-wlt: On the north
by lands of Win Moore.east by lands ot Thoina;
tewart and Henry Bright, siuth by lan-Js of
josl.ih Miller, and west by lands or John M
Dunn, said land mostly cleared, under
fence and In a fair tale of cultivation, Seized
and taken in- execution as the property of
Isaiah Blown at the suit ol John Knauf for use
of Kva Amelia liumbaugh.
K I) Nos ill. -it and .•>:>>. X, 18M. V A
l'oruuer, K MeJ, aud M l a; lialbrealh, a11y.,.
All the rlglil, title. Interest and claim of I) 1'
McKlnney, M 11 McKlnney and Bobert M
Kinney, of. In and to so acres of land, more or
li-ss situated In Conuoquenesslug twp, Butler
Co, Pa. bounded as follows, to-wll: 011 the
noiih t,% Puv^iermlllroad,east by i nils ol Win
HUkcle;. south by lands ol prank McKlnney el
ul. and west by lauds of llehsh ;w et al, with a
I i story frame dwelling house, fraaie turn,one
orchard, mostly cleared land, and one oil well
thereon. Seized rnd taken lu execution as tie
j-riei rty o! DTMcKinaey, M H McKlnney aud
l:o:.crt McKlnney at the au.t of John Berg A;
Co et al.
1; I) Nos 'il and JJ. HeptT. 189.1. W A Poruuer,
Ali the right, thle. interest au<l claim of M II
M ulnn . of. In an Ito 1) acre* of land, more
,1 m , i ; uuedtn Penn twp, iiuiicr <;o. Pa.
b') inded as follo.vs, Ut-wlt: O.i the north by
i. i •• , of (.recti hells, east by lauds of Kllngier .
south by lauds of Claude <» rrard and pu'illc
road, aud west by 1 m is or formerly Duniap,
II ow Phillips i'.nd Hardmau, with a VA story
frame house, frame bam. orchard, mostly
• leared, under n and lu a fair stato of culti
vation. Set/, il and t iken 111 execution m the
property of M II M itlnu -y al tiu s lit of John
ISerg ii < o.
ED No 113, Sep'. 1. is vs. it\laton A. Oieer,
All the rUlit. title, luterestand claim ol Wm
\ p u rvls and Olive Matthews, executors of the
iasl will of Mrs Irene J Purvis, tho dMI 1 1
wife of Wui S Purvis, of. In an Ito s, acrei of
land, more or I -,s, sit uted in Conno H -uesslng
and l u. aster townshl:i-, Hutler Co.Pa. bound
ed a- follows, to-wlt On the north by lands of
\| irllia Matth •• east by I tnls of Jane ,
I lavs; south by lands Of Jain . llav t and west
by lands of Peter lift, being the same land
owned In !' • by James Matthi as, dee'd, the
one fourth share of v. nich was devised by the
last will and testament to his daughter. Irene
J Purvis, with a good dwelling nouae, large
barn, orchard and other oil'buildings thereou.
Seized and taken lu execution as the proper;, j
ol Win N Purvis and Olive Matth w*. exocilUirs
of the la.-. 1 will ot Mrs Irene ,J i'urvl.s, tue
de; ea-,e l wile ot Win N Purvis, at th • suit of
E I) No 107. Sept I', I' T C Ca:npbr:ll, nlt'y.
All 1 he right, title,lnterest and claim of Andy
Kreu'/.eror I rltzer. of. In and lj a certain lit
of lIIIIU. more or le.'i. situ 1' I in Butler boro,
Blltlei Co, I' I. boutidi I in follow-!, to-Wit < >u
tie- nor'h by Allegli- uy .1 .1 Hitler plan:; cm.
east liy lauds ol Hubert i. Ivvard . south by
lands of i,'nits OufTy , aud west by lot. of Jess
VVa'kiiis. Willi u large two story frauio house
and outbuildings erected thereon. Seized and
taken in execution as the property of Andy
Kr-u'zer or Krltzer at the suit of S ij Purvis &
i; I) No* t and o, Sept T, 183). WI) Brandon,
All the right, title, Interest an 1 claim of
Sanne l Hemphill, of. lu and to fi'Z acres of laud,
more or less, sit.uai " 1 lu Connoi|Uencssliig ivv p,
Hutler 10, Pa. bound' las foil 1 vv.i, to-wlt. On
the north bv lands ot lleckert heirs; by
lands of 1-alio,vay; south by lands of liackley,
ami wot by lands ot Widow Heckard. with a
sin ml log hou-.e, log stable, ordiar I and other
outhullUings erecied thereon. Seized and
laked In exe ullon as the properly of Samuel
Hemphill at, the suit of Butler Savings Hank,
K I>. No. ss Ml pt. T. I-JO. A . 1.. Itelber, A't'y.
All the right, till". Interest and claim of
<;hrlstlan I rlshkom, of, in and to a c 1 tain lot
of laud, more or less, situated lu borough of
/ell nople, Jackson twp. liutler Co., Pa. bound
ei| :.-i follows.to wit . Beginning at the iiorlh
, ist corner a<lJoining Widow Shaffer lol.theiice
south tidily feet to a post, thence west seven
teen ro<ls mlJoining J illusHei gl jt to an alley,
thence north along Iho oasl .Ide of said alley
thirl., fee; lo Do*!.then astuljolnlng Widow
shullcr ii lot Hetenleeti rods to the plaeo of lie
glniiliig. ■ onl ■> In liii* ■> in si pi.ire rod . uud be
ing a |> irt ol lot No »JI In the I own plot ol said
borOugli. ind having a two-Htory rcame dwell
Ing house and other outbuilding erected there >ll.
Si l/."d and taken lu execution as the property
ol Christian I rlslikoiu ,at the suit of l-ouls
Eli No.» ;;j, in, M and :w, S nit. c. 1 sv.i. McJun
kin & <,albreath AHjs,
All the right, inle, Intere-t ami el om of lilla
\1 Leonard, llo.v I oOpl-r, J W Heouutd, l.enrge
II (.rahahi. guardian of J W l.eontiru and Kua
M |,i I,naril. now < 'uoper, term tenant, or, in and
to HlO a :rcs or laud more or lens, situate In
Parker twp, Buller 1.0, Pa, and In the second
ward of the city of Parker, lu Armstrong •
Pa. us lollows. to-wit: On the north by lands
ot W K Allen et ul. east bv lands ol Walraben
Htelu. Allen el al, ,outh by lands of Parker and
I hoinpsoii, anil west by lands of Win. .Morgan,
with Uie following Hnprovi iueiits. v Iz: Atioul
l.in acres cleared and cultivated, two large
two story lr.in* hou-en, one one-story Iramo
I.on e. OM fnuse ham, one Irame.wayon bou#e,
two orchard*. ihre<> produeing oil wells and
other outbuildings. I lial uortion ol sai l tract
lying In said county of Hutler, bound<l at fol
lows : On the north by lands 01 W K Allen et
al, on Hie ' ,isi by Butler and Armstrong county
ilm .on tie .oilth by Parker and Tliompsph,
anion tllew 'st by Wm Morgan, cotiiuliilhg
". ,' 1, 1, more ,r less, aud the i'-iualuder 01
-,.ild tract lying lu the eouuly of Aiiiistroug.
bounded as follows, viz: on the north by lands
id Ociuiatid and Allen, ou the east oy lauds ol
Wallabensleln. Allen el al. on the ri.mtli b>
lands of Pucker aud TUoilipsori, aud on ihc
West by Hutler and county linn,
ontaluing acres, more or less, inu wuoia
tract of leo weree, moM off last. muil and
I iken in is o'loh .is the property 01 Kllii
I.en;, a*d, 110-V Ciioper. J \\ and Oeorge
II Urahaot. guardian or J W and Kiia
M l.eonard . now cooper, terru lenaul, ul the
null ot I'nurles I, nhaidioii etui.
El) • o . >' j't 1 -1.1. 1h on ('son u Son A' l ys
All the right, title. Interest and claim or Hob
ert K- Helghley. of. in anil tofiOacres of land
mote or lc llu 111eil in I,nncnst,er twp. ?Buller
Co, Pa, boiiliiled as follovvM, to-wll On Ihc
tioriii by lands of Conrad Miller,mm by lands
nl.I 11 lielghley. south by lauds of Pied Miller,
aud v. • si by lands of John Miller, said laud be
lug mostly cleared and In a lair si ite of culti
vation. Seized and taken In execution as the
property of Hobcrt E Helghley hi, the soil, of
Margaret Helglib-y, Admlnlslralor of John 11.
KII No |ps Sept T, lssi.l WH Lu.sk, Att'y,
All the right, tll-|e.lnlcr« ' and clilin of Hllzt
be'l, I V ile nid 1. K Vale.' f. In alut to V.'acres
of land, more ol leu, sltilitt 'd In Was'ulu ;tou
twfi, Holl -r 1 1 I*' bounded at follows, io-ivlt
On r - 1 Klh lc, publi" road, e.i it b. laud id the
heirs o.* 01 I r • "I I .11 iVyke , dee i|. sontli
by V line Ist Abll«li'"l by Win. V.iriiiui. dec'il.
Ukil runullig eat ami We I through the nil)
Isrm until It strlk' 1 the publl- road, WOM by
:-ald public road to I' p 1 hurcii, 'lie place ot be.
glnuilc.r. vvllh a two story frame li else, large
II .line barn, orcli-ird and outliuild lugs eri '-li"j
111 e 1 con. seized and l iken lii exei utlon in 1 lie
property ul Kli/abel.li '|'. \ ale an I I. ft Vale at
the suit of O W Walters,
ED No las sept T. is,).:. AM Christ ley Atty
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Of" rge Sieppy, of, in and to a certain lot of
land. more or le->, -it■ ;.t*l;m B itier I"t um.
nutler Co. Pa. bounded as lo I lows, to «lt: Ou
the north by lot of Hanson* -ast oy lotot Laura
H ill. south by East Penu street, aud west by
lot ot Henry Whltmlre, -aid lot fronting 40 fee'
on East Penn street aud extending hack 147 feet
to said northern boundary, and having a two
storv frame dwelling house erected thereon.
Seized and taken in execution is the property
of George Sieppy at the suit ol Grant Strain.
E D 5055. SeptT.lsso. C Walker and W A
All the right, title. Interest and claim of C I
Tlerce of, lu and to 1) 4. . square feet of land,
more or less. situated in lhinegal township,
Butler Co Pa, bounded as follows, to-wlt: Be
mnulng at a point lu the centre of the P .s. \S
It It tracks, marking the souihwes: rn corner
of lands ot C crawn.nl. *long lands ol li i-red
erlck. running thence south .'5 west along
lands ot b Frederick & feet to a staae. thence
north c west along land ot J L Bro« u i:<> feet
to a stake, thenee north 71 deg east along lands
of .1 K \ Brouwere s > te-t to a stake, tae nee
south - i deg east along land of l trawford
2it; feet to the p a of beginning, same
land being part ot the John Hemphill farm,
so called, aud having a (run dwelling house
and.outbulldings erected tbereou. Seized and
taken in execution tho properly of C - Pierce
at the suit of F Murphy, assignee of II J Hoyt.
E1) No sept T. ISU3. S F Bowser, Att'y.
All the right, title, interest aud claim ol
George slor. 01. in and to acres ol land, more
or less, situated in Jackson twp. Butler Co.
Pa, bounded .is lollows.to-wlt; on the north b}
lanus ot MartlnJ£inkliorn, east by lamis of liar;-
mui.;MarUurger,und Mai jlFraneK.soUili.bv lauds
ot Vacgal and west by lands ot Peter llader.
said land being —fIWMJ t leared and Undrr lair
slate ol cultivation. « nil a log house, lot sta
ble, orchard, aud other outbuilding thereon
re t el. seized oud taken iu execution as the
property of George Sior at the suil of Charles
Dlveuer and Henry S Frederick, executors of
Leonard Frederick, dee'd.
ED No 133, Sept T, is3J. Williams & Mi tclieli,
All the right, lllle. interest and claim of .Mrs
Jennie Sloser, owner or reputed owner and con
tractor, and GUinore Moser lier husband, ot. In
and lo a certain lot ot land, morn, or less, sit
uale lu Butler borough Butler Co. Pa. bound
ed as lollows. to-wil: Ou the north by property
of lleok, east by piopert> of Heck.
south bv l»ortli suet, west by property of Mrs
Ann bliza urr. said loi having a ironiaye of 11
feet on said V rth street, anu a depth ol 10l
leet, more or less, aud having erected thereon
a one and one-halt story board frame house
about 12 feel in width,aud about 4o leet In depth
'.win a porch nloug the trout end and having six
rooms. Seized and taken In axecutiou as the
properij ol Mrs Jennie Moser. owner or reputed
owner und contractor, and < .lluiore Moser, her
husband at Hie suit ot W C koonee, Agent
li uNo 135, sepl I'. Issß. T C Campbell, Att'y
All the nghi, title. Interest and culm ot
Wm G Biehl (tl. lu aud to a certain
blot ot land, more or le.-.s. situated lu Butler
torough, Butler Co., Pa, bounded as lollows,
to.wit: ou the north by property ot Ueury
.1 Bie Least oy Main s ,vet,sum oy property
ul George i; i • :• (now deceased;, and west by
on alley,said lot. Uav nig on .Malu street
of to leet, more or less, and extending uacg to
au alley iso leet, more or less. With a two story
brick and irauie building uy d as a photogiapu
er a room and dwelling house and a board siaole
erected thereon. Seized aud taken in execution
as I lie proper t> of VVlUtam G Biehl.at the suit
of l atharlue Mangel.
E l> No 41. Sepi 1.1533. J II Bredin. Att'y.J
All Ihe right, lllle, interest, and claim ol John
Gardner, 01. Inaud to lo acres ol land, more or
less, situated iu \\ ashington twp. Butler Co.
Pa, bounded as follows, to-wlt: On the north
by Mercer Coal cojind lielrs of Thos Donlev,
east by purpart .No l ot John Gardner estate,
south n\ lands ot Margaret Bell, and west b>
1 anus of W P Braham. with a log house and
log stable erected thereon. .selzeu aud tak u
in execution as the property ot John Gardner
at tiie suit of 11. Schueldemau .
E1) Nos 2, 3 and c, Sept. T. 1 s'j3. Williams .v
Ail ihe right, title, interest and clilm oi
George II »Iraliam. 01. In and to 1» acres of
land, more or less, situated lu Sllpperyrock
twp., Butler county, Pa., bounded as folows.
to-wlt : on the north by lands now or former
ly ol (;eorge l Toss, east by lands now or tormer
ly of Dr. Josiah Mccandiess' heirs, south by
lauds now or formerly of 11. J. Mitchell, trus
tee of stockholders ot Harmony National Bank,
and west by hinds now orloruierly of Dr. Josiah
Met andless et al, salil land being purpart No. .)
as allotted to George H Graham hi partlllon
proceedings in the Court ol Common Pleas ol
Butler County, l'a. at A I) No June term,
161?. Seized and taken In execution as the prop
erty ot George 11 Graham at the suit of John
Forcht el al.
EI) jcos " and a. Sept T, lsj.l Williams i\.
All the light, title. Interest and claim of Geo
H Granaiu. of in and t03.) acres ol land, more
or less, situated In Concord twp. Butler Co. Pa,
bouuded as follows, to-wit; Begiunlng at a
stone, the north-east corner, thenee by lands of
Ylex McQulstiou south Ss west ov - s perches
to a post, thence by lauds of Margaret Graham
south ' wesl4'« perches to a post, thence by
same norm -'j ea-i ir.'i perches to a post.
I hence by same south west it perches,
tnence by same south a west Tti perches to a
post tlienee by lauds of John Black north #s
east 72 perches to a stone, thence by lands of
Joseph and S B Campbell north . west. i:«
percues to astone, the place of beginning, n
tng 55 acres, more or less, and cl:.„ tnu eastern
end of the Andrew Graham larm, in ( uncord
twp, Butler CO. Pa. -s 1/1 mil. t 'ken In exe
eiiii.in as Hie property of Geo 11 Graham at the.
sultol John l orcht. et al.
I; D N'os 3anl f. s.-pt X, l«;t3. Williams M
All the tight, title, Interest and claim of Geo
II Graham o! In aud to Mi acres of land, more
or l' SS Situated In cherry twp, Butler Co, Pa.
bounded as lollows, to-v.it: On the north by
lands of Kelly, east by lands now or for
merly of Sullivan Bros, south by lands ot Wm
Dobsou et al, and west by lands ol Josiah Ilall.
with a small plank house und small board sla
ble erected thereon. Seized and taken hi exe
cution as the properly of Geo II Graham ut Hi
suit of Andrew G Williams lor use or Mrs Cath
hi In** < .iraou u.Dtl Mrs (rutty, ot ul. *
ED No 78 and so, SeptT. isti-'i. A T Black. Atty-
Ali the right tl le, Interest and claim of 11 M
Caldwell, 01, in and to <X) by e feet of land,
more or less . situate In the ■ Hinge ot Martins
burg Parker twp. Butler Co, Pa, bounded as
follows 10-vvlt: Gil the north by a Street, east
by Bear creek, south by lands or S Amsler. west
by Main street, with a two-story frame building
used as a stsoeroom, erected thereon.
ALSo- All the right. title, Intrrest and claim
of 11 M Caldwell, of. in and to 120 by 20 feet of
land, more or less, situate In the village of
Marti nsburg. l-arker twp, Butler( o. fa. bound
ed lis follows, to-wlt : on inernorili by lot of
Dr Ivlmundson, east by Main Street, south by
lot of Fletcher or Liunck, west by an alley,
with a two-story frame buldlng.used as a ware
room , erected thereon.
ALSO—AII the right, title. Interest and claim
of II M Caldwell, oi, in and to tho undivided
one-eighth Interest in a leasehold for oil or gas
purpo .e», containing acres of land, more r
less, situate on the Thos Hays farm, in Fairvlow
twp. p.utier Co , pa, together Willi one produc
ing oil well thereon. known as Kyefleld well
No I. with boiler, engine, rig, tank, casing,
tubing, rods, tlttlngs and connections complete,
and all property thereon and thereto belonging.
Al so All the right, title, interest and claim
al II M Caldwell, oi. In. and to the undivided
one eighth Interest iun leasehold estate tor oil
or gas purposes, containing thre ■ acres of land,
more or less, situated on t lie lllchardson farm.
In Adams twp, Butler Co, fa. together with two
producing oil wells thereon, known as lllcliard
son wells Nos i and 2 with boilers, engine
rigs, casting, tubing, rods, lanks. connections
and llxtures > omplele.and all other property
He reon s.'id thereto belonging.
A I.SO All tic right, title, inter" >t and claim
of H M Caldwell, of. In anil to tlm undlvldc 1
one-lot it" l Interest In a leaseholii estate con
taining ten ncreH of land, mose or less, situate
on .the .1 11 A Kennedy and John Kelly
farm ,ln Parker twp. Buller Co, ea,
bounded as follows, to-wlt: On the
north by o'h t 111 11 ot K "uIP* ly • 'and Kelly,
east by other lauds oi Kennedy and Kelly,south
by the l'letcher farm, and west by other lands
of Kennedy and Kelly, together with MI" pro
ducing oil well thereon, known as Blizzard No
1, with boiler, engine, rig,casing, tubing, rods,
tank connect Inns and llltlngs complete, and all
oilier property thereto belonging.
AI.SO—AII the right, title . Interest and claim
of II M Caldwell, or, In and to the undivided
one-fourth Interest In a leasehold lor oil mid
g.n purposes, cobtalng ten acre*, more or lets,
situate 011 the John Hay farm, lu Parker twp,
Hull T Co, ea. bounded as follows, to-wll : on
the north by other Umls of John Say. east by
4'ouipbell farm. south by other lands ol John
Say. and west by oilier lands of John Say. to
gether with one producing oil well thereou,
known as Orlpp well No. 1. with b dler, engine,
c:e ing, tubln :. rods, lank connections, fittings
and ail property thereto belonging.
Al-sn All tho right.title, interest and claim
or it M l aldwell. 01, in and to the undivided
Interest In a certain 1' asehold 1 state tnr oil uud
KM purposes, containing u acres, mon ot lean.
Hunt' I ou I'.' An. . *.llenbergci larm, m
Kalrv lew twp, Paitlcr Co, pa. bounded as fol
lows, to- Wit ; On the north by lands ol Thomas
Uays and Jack ICllenberger. east by lands or
Hw .irtzlaniler.soiilh bv lands of J II Kllenberger
and west by lin Is of.l 11 Kllenberger .with out
producing oil well theteon known as Shorts
well. .No I boiler, engine, rig, tanks. UlMng,
rists, citing, cotiii' i'iion tlttlugH and all other
property t'lerelo belonging.
Al.so All tli • right, title, Interest and claim
ot It M c 1 Id will, or, 111 and to the undlvidcii
in tere*t in % leasehold estate tor oil and gas
purpo-' " Obtaining 7"i acres, more or less, on
Ihe Jaco 1 Kllenberger larm, lu l alrvlew twp,
liutler t:o, ea. bounded as follows, to-wlt: On
the north by public road, east by lands ot
Sw art/.lander, south by Starr farm and west by
lands ot Thomas I lays.together.wlth liproduclng
1.11 wells' thereon known a t Mayflower Nos I. 'J,
a and l.wltli tHillers.euglues.rtgs. tanks, casing,
t übuig. rods, connections llltlngs, line pipe aud
all property therein belonging.
Al.so All Die rhfbt. title, Interest, and claim
of II M Caldwell, of. In ami to the undivided ';
Interest In a leasehold estate for oil ami nan
purposes, containing is acres, more or \tm.
(Ituttt'-'l on llio tie >rj(o Morgan and .1 V A
K*'iinody farnii. In iMrker twp. Butler I". l'a,
bounded ax follows, lo wit ; on tin* north by
lands ot the Bear) reek Oil Co. cant by oilier
I iii<l'i ot M' i :'au un I K<'ttn<'dy, noutli l>y ot her
lands 0' M■ -i :.1 n I*lid Kennedy, mid west l»y
lan W of I .mi* i r.,.,|i,r. togetler with .1 proiluc
Ii •; oil wel It thereon known ih Wildwood we I lit
N I, 'i and s. and lln- bnihr-; engines. riirt,
t inks. caslhK.lublni;. roils, connect lout, ti UUics,
line pipe, etc, complete. mid all |»ropcrly there
tj> liotouKinK. Sci/. <| and taken in exci utlon ns
tli« property of II \1 Caldwell at the Mill of <'ll
Well (supply ' •>.
K H N't l-' 1 u,| d Sept T, llli.'i. W A Kortjucr,
All the right. title Interest an I !alui or
ItelirY i>• V a'id HusaU Hay. ot. lu and lo hii
HI r< ,of I md. more or cs . situated In Muddy
creek twp. 11 II tier ( <», i*a. hounded in follows,
to-'wtt: Beginning it tlio northeast corner,
thence south a deg • tst . perches to a post
by lands formerly of John Sri lit. thence south
nf. ,|, ...v i -os l-hj jierches to a post, l>y lands
formerly "t John s olt, tli'-nee north : diwest
,;I'J pen In .to a stone on public road by lands
ot Havid t'r i/. ler. thence ea*t 'Hi pe rclit'H by
laud iof I'i'Vld l i'.t/ier to the place of begin
nun' said hurl beltttf mo lly cleared, under
fence, in a (food slate of cultivation, with a
two story brick dwelling house. largo frame
b mi good young orchard, and other outbuild
inifrt erci fed thertton. and two ttroduelng oil
wells thereon, on h-.tet. olio to J II toe and
lit* assigns. In which defendants receive the
ric. all Von a aero lease, given by said defend
mil 1 lo i . I I •! II < oc; a l;> ami leant lor oil pur
p.,,;. , frc of p . ally riven b> said ilcfeiidatils
to A lOIIT and II it. hneldemaii, bearing date
July b; I»!U, bonridud north by lands of Sal
>II IN, Whllliit r. e.IST by laud "f Wnuel
Hli iiior. -HI»!I l»y land* of fl«*tiry awl Kun:ui
llav anil »«•:.! by lanal of I'arid h Kr.< !• r. t
Hie term of flltecn wars. acres of which is
sublet bykald huff and Mchneldcnian lo .1 II
foe. and Id farm la sold subicct to both of
.alt Uuv sel." .| anil taken In execution ■>■.
the proper ly of If<*ur> Htt,> utt'l ttUaiin lluy at
iiu bult of A! ltulT ct ul. i
ED Xo 144 Sept T, l>v)3. William* &
All the right, title.interest and claim of J
T (»rove and M K Grove, of, ii aad to a cer
tain lot of land, more or less, situated at
Wick station, S iir|>eryrock twp, Butler Co,
Pa, bounded follows,to wit: On the north
by lauds of William McKisson, east by laads
of Christopher Perry, south by a public
highway known a* the so ru bp-ass road, west
by lands of Calvin McGill, containing one
aere, more or having thereon erect
ed a two-story frame dwelling house and
other outbuildings thereon. Seized an 1 taken
in execution as the property of J T Grove
and M E Grove, at the suit of Alex Mitch
F: DNo 143 Sept T, 1*93, Levi M Wise,
All the right, title, interest and claim of
W II Ziegler,of,in and, to ascertain lot of land
more or less,situated iu Harmony boro, But
ler Co, Pa,bounded as follows,to-wit: On the
north by heirs of Geo Beam,formerly St iver
and Geo Ensleu, east by Apple alley, south
by Foundry alley,we-t by Broad street form
erly Monroe St, and being 100 feet, more or
less, front on Broad street, formerly on Mon
roe , and extending baek by parallel lines
130 feet, more or less, to Apple alley, with
a good frame dwelling house and outbuild
ings erected thereon. Seized and taken in
executiou as ihe property ol W II Ziegler at
the suit of H M Bentle i Co.
ED Xo 13C Sept T, 1593. EM. J and McJ
und Galbreath, Att'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Jerome Kelly, of, in and to 23 acres of land,
more or less, situated ia Venango twp, But
ler Co, Pa, bounded as follows, to-wit: Be
ginnniug at a post at lands
of Campbell aud Stalker,
thenee north j° east 72 perche-', thence by
lands of Samuel Kakin north s;ii° e a s t 671
perches to a post, thence by lauds of Robert
Eakin soutn i east otij perches to a post,
thence by lauds of Joseph Say south Be>
west 68 perches to the place of beginning,
and being the same piece of land sold to
Daniel Kelly by Julian Marshall by deed
dated 14th dav of April A D 1875, and hav
ing a -mall dwelling house aud board stable
erected thereon. Seized and taken ia exe
cution as the property of Jerome Kelly at
the suit of Jane Kohlmeyer and J 11 kohl
rue yer, admr's of Hv Kohlmeyer,
E D Xo 101 Sept T,'93. Z A Gordon, att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
The Shenango Coal and Mining Company
01, in and to 53 acres ol land, more or less,
situated in Washington township, Butler Co,
Pa, bounded as follows, to-wit: Ou the
north by lauds of Eli Vaiiderlin and David
Hoover, east by lands of Mary Harper and
8 Hilliard, south by lauds ot Wm Forquer
and J G Heller and west by lands of Lizxte
Wade, with t une-itory frame dwelling
hou c, frame stable and other outbuildings
ALSO—AII the right, title, interest aud
claim of The Shenango Coal and Mining
Company, of, in and to a certain leas bold
estate containing 23; i acres of land, more or
less, situated on the Blaine property, in Cen
tre twp.Butler county, Pa, bounded as fol
lows to-wit: Ou the north by lands ol
James McGrath, east by landi of F. Husel
ton, south by lands of Curtis and Aland and
west by lands of Thos lloon, Richards, et al,
together with 1 boiler house with 2 boilers
therein, and I boiler not iu use, 3 two-story
frame dwelling houses, 1 tipple house with
set Howe <ah sand hoisting drum therein,
1 frame building used as a blacksmith shop,
1 !ra'i e building used as a stable. 2 railroad
switches or tracks aud about 40 coal cars,
1 mine shaft and all other personal estate
iu and about said leasehold which is used lu
connection therewith, aud all mining rights,
privileges, and all coal underlying said tract
aud operated for.
ALSO—AII tho right title, interest aud
claim cf the Shenango Coal aud Mining Co,
of, in aud two 94 acres of laud, more or Jess,
situated in Washington twp, Butler Co, I'a,
bounded as follows, to-wit: Ou the north
by lands of Hellar, east by lauds oi •> m
Forquer et al. south by lands of Wm For
qrer et al, aud west by lands of James Gib
son and Heller, with a small dwelling,
frame barn and other outbuildings thereon;
mostly cleared; said iaud is commonly called
the Thomas Hodgers larm. Seized aud ta
ken iu execution as the property of The
.-henango Coal aud Mining Company at the
suit of he First National Bank of Younga
CD No 152 Sept T, 1893. J B Bredin, att'y.
Ail the right, title, interest and claim of
Walter L Graham and Margaret Graham, of,
in and to a certain lot of land, more or less,
situated iu Butler borough, Butler county,
Pa, bouuded as follows, to-wit: On the
north by Clay street,east by North McKeau
street, south by lands formerly of Capt.
Roiigers, end west by an alley, being 45 feet
on AlcKcan street aud extending back to said
alley 185 feet, and having a two story biick
dwelling house, frame stable aud outbuild
ings erected thereon. Seized and taken iu
execution as the property of Walter L
Graham and Margaret Graham at the suit of
Flora M Wallace.
EI) No 115 Sept T, IS9U. Kohler, att'y.
All the right, title, interest aud claim of
Edward Logue, of, in and to 80 acres of
land, more or less, situated iu Cherry twp,
Butler Co, Pa, bounded as follows, to-wit:
Beginning ut a white-oak at the northeast
corner, thence south .7 west 181 -1-10 perches
by lauds of James Kennalian.et al, to a post,
thence by lauds of Caleb Itussel, et al, north
89 west 8 55-100 perches to u post, theuce
by lands of John W Logue north 5° east
Y-iZ 3-10 perches to a post, thence by lauds of
Mary Anil Logue south S N l' east !)'•» 33-100
perches to a post, thence by the same lands
north 5" east tiO 1!-I0 perches to a post,
thence by lauds of John Galloway south
tjSl° east 35 2-10 perches to a white-oak, the
j.laoe of beginning. Seized aud taken in
execution as the property of Edward Logue
at the suit of J J Leidecker.
hI) No 142 Sept T, 18113. *V I> Brandon,
All the right, title, iuteretd and claim of
J II Gorman, ot, in and to 1 acre ol land,
more or less, situated iu Allegheny twp,
Butler Co, Pa, bounded as tol ows, to-wit:
Beginning at a post on the pike to Law
renceburg, thence south Hi deg cast I.'IJ
perches to a post on sud pike, the:i?e south
>ll deg wei-t 1J perch l sto a post by lands of
t!ie Columbia Oil Co, thence north 331 deg
west IV, perches to a post, also by lauds ol
Columbia Oil Co, thence north &11 deg east
12 perches to a post on turnpike to the place
of beginning, together with a goa l orchard ,
two story Iratne house and frame barn
erected thereon. Seize I and taken iu exe
cution as the property of J II Gorman at the
suit of John t' lledio.
Kl> Nos '1 aud 3 Sept T, 18'J'I. Williams &
All the right, title, interest and claim of
George II Graham, of, in aud to u certain lot
of laud, more or less, situated iu l'uirview
boro, l'airview twp, Butler Co, Pa, bounded
as follows, to-wit: On the north by lauds of
Thomas Hays, east tiy an alley, south by un
alley, west by a street, said lot having a
front I,:c of tit) feet and extending back l.so
feet, with a small frame building thereon
used as an olßce ami a frame stable thereon.
Seized and taken in execution as the
property of George II Graham at the suit of
John Foreht, et al.
Tf.il.M.s or SALE— The following must be
strictly complied with when property is
1. When the plaint ill" or other lieu
creditor becomes the purchaser, the costs ou
the writ must be paid, and a list of the liens,
including mortgage sc arches un the property
sold, together with such lieu creditor's
receipt for tue amount of ibe proceeds of
the sale or such portion thereol > he may
claiui, must be furnished the Hheriti.
2. All bids must lie paid in lull.
.'t. AII sales not settled immediately will
be continued uutil 1 o'lock P. M. of the next
day, al which time all property not settled
tor will again be put up uud sold at the
expense and ri i'.; ot the person to whim llrst
See Purdon's Digest, yth edition, pugo
I pi and Isiniib's Forms, pace 884.
\\ ILMAM 11. BIIOWN, Sherill,
Sherill's Olliee, Butler, Pa., August 11,
li LANK ETS,
A IH I everything in
horse a,nd lur
nisli ing ocxls— lln. r
ncss, (Jolhirs, Whips,
I )tisl;crs, Hnd<Ues, etc.
Also trunks ;in«l va
liepniring clone on
The largest assort
ment ot f>-A J torse
blankets in town will
be 1 onnd at Kemner's.,
Farm fur Sale.
taMtiiated In ' oncord twp,, Hutler Co.. Pa,
r,nil.lining 11 acn inoslly eleaied. balance |u
yoiid timber, two hOUM s. barn and all nece-'ia
rv oultiullillnu In goisl repair. Will sell alt 1 r
h ilf to suit purchaser, ul one third les.sthuu
1.. ; value. (nuulre of or address
A W MA It It.
llixikcr, Butler Co..
Administrators and Executors ot estates
can secure their receipt books at the CITI
Ludwig Dreler, Trustee i Common Pleas Court
vs. ot Armstrong County
Brady's Bend Iron Co. No. 27.} June Teriu.lssW
etal Armstrong Co.. Pa. I
The sale of six thousand acres ot coal lands
and Improvements, ordered by the aforesaid
Cotirt. In the above entitled action, particularly
described In an advertisement for sale on the
third day of July,ls:>3, published in the "t'nion
Free Press" of Klltannlng, Pa.. June 9th, the
"East Brady Review" of June eth, and the
Biti.br Citizen of Jnnetth. issw. and adjourned
to Tuesday. August first. ISM, at three o'clock
of said day at the door of the Court House. In
the Borough of Ktttauntng. Penn'a., Is adjourn
ed to take place on September lHh. I»S3, at two
o'clock of said day at the door of said Court
tiarwoodK. Pool, Jos Pool, L'j Pine St. N. Y.
C'lty.Orr Bnftiugton, Klttannlng, Pa., Attor
neys au«l Counsel for Plaintiff, and Ludwig
Dreler. Trustee, Williams & Ashley,. 407 Broad
way, New York City, Att'ys. for Walton Fer
By virtue of certain writs of Venditioni Ex
ponas Issued out of the Court of Common Pleas
of Butler County, Pennsylvania, and to rae di
rected, there will be exposed to public sale at
the Court House. In the Borough of Butler. Pa.,
MONDAY. AUGUST2B, ISB3
at one o'clock p m.. the following described
I A. I*. 110Ll.ISTr.il. lor use of Albert ('.. Egbert
•lid i ieorge K. stieaalev,versus ROBERT VAN
DKRI.IN. defendant, and Hie Forest OH Com
pany, Port it Phipps, and the Midland oil Corn
pain . terre tenants. Venditioni Exponas Nos.
#2. :u, 94 and as September Term |s;i3.—J. H.
Osiuer. C. I. lleydrickaud s. F. & A. L. Bow
All that certain tract of land situate In the
townships of Marion and Venango. In the Coun
ty ol Butler, and tbe township of Clinton. In
the county of Venango, in the Commonwealth
ot Pennsylvania, bounded on the north bv land
now or late of A. F. Holllster, formerly 'Jaraes
Osbom; on the east by lands now or late of
Cummings' heirs. Wm. Brandon. M. Conway.
John .liir.lson ail 1 others; on the south by lands
of the heirs of Stephen \ anderlln and Joseph
( ummlngs; and on the west by lands ot Nell
Gormley, At well and Porter. Containing
;.l i ai res, more or less, and known as • The
stone House Property."
Subject to two mineral mining estates ot Al
lien G. Egbert and i ieorge It. Sneasley therein,
the first thereof arising Iroia a grant by liobert
Vanderltn to them by deed dated March 4th,
is.d, and recorded la the said county of Butler
In Deed Book .No. 115. page 17» ; and the second
thereof arising from a grant by said liobert
Vanderltn to W. H. Gilberds and A. L. Sweet
apple by deed dated July Ist. issi, a copy of
which deed is attached to the petition of A. G.
Egbert and O. It. sheasly. tiled In the cause ot
l.evi Porter et al.. Executors, for use of A. F.
Hollister vs. Kobert Vanderltn at E. D. No. 1*
of September term. IS9O. in the Court of Com
mon Pleas of said County of Butler.
The tract aforesaid having the lollowlng Im
provements. viz; About avi acres cleared aud
cultivated, one two story stone house, one large
trame burn, one frame wagon house, one small
stone coal or wood house, two orchards and one
That part of the said "Stone House Property'
lying in the said County of Venango is describ
ed as follows: Beginning at a sioue. the i.orth
w. st corner; thence by land now or late ot A K.
HoUMer, formerly James osborn. WlUl elghty
slx and one-eighth degrees cast two hundred
and eleven and a half perches to a post; thence
by lands of John Locke south two and a half
degrees west lour perches to the line between
Venango and Butler Counties; thence by the
said line north eighty-seven and a half degrees
west two-hundred and eleven and a half
perches to a post, and thence by lauds or
Vincent Porter north two and a : : ilf
decrees east ;se»en perches to the place ot ■ -
ginning, containing 7 acres and Id perches
The whole tract of 540 acres seized and taken
In execution, and to be sold as the property ot
Hoborl S auderlin, ilcleiidaut. with notice to the
Forest Oil Company, Porter Phipps and the
Midland Oil Company, tor re tenants.
I'KIIMS OF SAI.K:—The following must be
strlctlycomplled with when property Is stricken
l. Wnen the plaintiff or other Hen creditor
Incomes the purchaser the cost on the writ
must be paid and a list of the liens including
mortgage searches on the property sold to
gether with such lien creditor's receipt* for the
amount of the proceeds of the sale or such por
i lon thereof as he may claim must be furnished
•J. All bids must be paid in full.
3. All sales not settled immediately will be
continued until I o'clock r. m. of next day. at
which time all property not settled for will
again be put up and sold at the expens 1 - and
risk of the person to whom first sold.
•.see Purdon's Digest, 9th edition, page 410,
and Smith's Forms, page 381.
WILLIAM M. 11UOWN, Sheriir.
Sheriff's Ofllce, Butler. Pa., July 21, 1808.
In I: Final Account of Daisy Cubblson, (now
Kingsbury) Adtn'x. or J. N. Cubblson, de
O. C. No. 20 Sept. term 1&93.
Having been appointed an Auditor In the
above entitled case to pass upon exceptions
tiled, restate the account lr necessary, and make
distribution of the balance In accountant's
hands among those entitled thereto: Notice Is
hereby given thai I will attend to the duties of
the above appointment at the olflce of Coulter
A Baker In Butler. Pa., on Tucnday the 2i'd day
of August, 1893, at. in o'clock a. in., when and
where all persons Interested can attend If they
T. M. BAKF.It.
Letters of Administration,C. T. A.,on the
estate id' Nicholas King,dee'd.,late of Con
cord twp., Butler Co., Pa., having been
grunted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said es
tate will please inuke immediate payment,
aud any having claims against the same
will present them duly authenticated for
M.VKY KINC, Adm'x.,
J as. X. Moore, I'eachville P. ().,
Att'y, Butler Co , I'a.
(Pump, Pa., July 22, 1893.)
Notice is hereby given that the partner
ship heretofore existing between James
McNees and Lizzie Hull known us the firm
of Jauies MCNOOH A Co. Manufacturers of
Stoneware, was this day dissolved. All
accounts will be recoived and settled by
James McNees senior member of the firm,
at the above mentioned place where the
bu iness will be conducted by 11. L. Mc-
Nees for whom wo would solicit your pat
ronago in tho luturc.
J \MKB MCNKKS,
In the He Final account of Henry Bander,
Administrator of Henry Watson, late of Mud
dy crock twp.. deceased
July Ist. IKCi. on mutton Newton Black was
appointed Auditor to make distribution ot the
rundn In the hands of the accountant to aud
among Hi •> legally entitled thereto.
BY TU K COURT.
I will attend to the duties of the above ap
pointment al my otnoe In Butler, Pa., on Mon
day. August Mill, lsii3, at 10 o'clock a. in.,where
all persons having claims against said estate
call pre cut the same for allowance.
N I.WION BLACK.
Orphans' Court Sale.
By virtue or an order and decree ot the Or
phan s court In and lor the county ot Butler,
I'enii'.i . the undersigned surviving Kxecutorot
the last will ami testament of Jacob
Flick , l ite of Middlesex twp, county
and slate nlon-suld. will offer tor sale at public
vendue on tho premises on
VVKDNK.SDAY. AI'OUST 30T11, 1593,
at one o'clock p. 111. or said day; seventy
acres of land, bo tho same more or less, situ
ated in Middlesex township, county a:id slate
aforesaid; Hounded on the north by lands of
John Harbison, on the east by lands of Hubert
Kyle and li ivld Park, 011 the south by lands ol
Samuel Harbison, on the west by lauds of
Joseph I lick. Krauie dwelling house and barn,
outbuildings and orchard thereon. Ijind mosl
ly clean d. tciiccd and cultivated. This larm is
located In a good neighborhood, convenient to
church and school.and 111 all retpccW valuable.
1 I.H.MS: «'iuh <>n the continuation or sale.
SAMCKI. A. LI-, LIK, Jvxecutor or will of
J AI oii FLICK . dec'il.
Ilakerdown, Allegheny Co..
U. .Mcjuukln. Mcjunkln A: Ualbreath, "Pa.
Orphans' Court Sale.
By vlrtuo of an order and decree of the or
phan* Court In and for the County of Butler,
reiiii'n.. the under'signed Administrator of
I lie estate of T. Dav Id Simmons, late of I'iank
-1111 township, Buller county, Penn'a., dee'd,,
will otter for sale at public vendue 011 the prem
Tilt USDAY. AC(iUBt3IBT. A..D.,15»3.
at one o'clock p. m. 01 said day. Twelve acres
of laml, lie Ihe Mime more or less, situated In
Ihe township, county and stale aforesaid;
hounded on the north by lands or Kll/atieth
Mmuioiis. 011 the e.(»t by lands 01 Jim I>. Albert,
on the ioutli by lands of Jam 1:1 Kiddle, mid on
Hie wi st by lands ol Campbell. Smalt
dwelling house, part Irauie and part brlck;baru.
other outbuildings and orchard or good trull
I hereon . latnd Puced and cultivated.
I KICMS . I ash on 1 onflrmallou of sale. Tltlo
THOMM I * A 1.1.0W A V.
Admlnlslralor or estate of
1; MI J1 SKIN, T. I'»\ il> ISIMMONS, dee'd.,
Att,y. Prokpecl P. O.
July 18, 1893,
Letters ol Administration on tho estate
of VV. L. Voting dee'd. late of Summit
twp , Hutler Co., Pa., having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons indebted to
ml e late are requested to make payment,
and those having claims to present them
duly authenticated without delay to
15. IC. Vor.Nii. Diamond Ul'k.
S Sfim £*» 1
'n r "'r * Moiijn.«
Notice in Divorce.
Arthur Doumont ) In the Court of Common
TS ( Pleas of. Butler «'•„ Pa.
Alvlna Doumont . A. t>. N'o <*• Dec. T I<9:'B.
in r. 151.
Jul} Ist, lfto. motion of Krank Kohler. Es'i.,
Att'y. for Libelant. fr>r the appointment of a
commissioner to take testimony in above case
presented ami the within motion granted. and
3. M . Painter. Esq.. Ls appointed to lake testi
mony In this case.
BY THS COCRT.
BCTI KR Cor STY SS.
Cettlfled from the records this Ist -lay of July.
A. I>. IMS.
JOHN \V. BROWS,
Notice ls hereby gtTln that I will attend to
the duties of the above amwimment at my office
In Diamond Illock, Butler. I'a . on Tuesday.
September the .uh. A. I>. isas at looeloek a. m..
ai which time and place those Interested mat
attend II they see proper.
JACOB M. P.UXTBH.
Notice in Divorce.
Arthur Doumont In the Court of common
vs ( Pleas of Butler Co., Pa
Alvlna Doumont. A. D. No. au *>ec. T, iKc!
15. 13. V, 151.
To Alvlna Doumont:
Two Subpoenas In the al>. ve case having
been returned .B. 1.. you the said Alvlna
Doumont above defendent are hereby required
to apjK'ar In said court of Common Pleas , to be
held at Butler. Pa., on Monday the »th day of
September, lsya. being the tlrvt dav of next
term of said Court to answer the above com
plaint and show cause If any you have why a
divorce should not bo granted the said Arthur
Doumont. WILLIAM M. BROW*.
Letters testamentary having been grant
ed to the undersigned on the estate of
Christopher Rider, dee'd., late of Oakland
twp., Batler county, I'a..all persons know
ing themselves indebted to .-aid estate will
please make immediate payment, and any
having claims against the same will pre
sent them duly authenticated for .-ettlo
SYLYAXCS AUG AS. Ex'r.,
G. TV. Fieeger, Greece Citv Pa.
Letters testamentary ou the estate of
Henry Wolfortl, dee'd, late ot Slippery
rock twp., Bntler Co., Pa., having been
granted to the undesigned, all person*
knowing themselves indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate payment,
and any having claims against the same
will present them duly authenticated for
SARAH AV OLFORP, Ex'rx
J. X. Moore, Of Henry kVollord. dee'd,
Att'y. Slipperyrock P. O.
Letters of Administration having been
granted to the undersigned on the estate
of Nannie C Wick, dee'd., late of the bor
ough of Ilutler, Butler Co., Ponn'a.,all per
sons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and any having claims against
same will present them duly authenticated
for settlement to.
WALTER E. TV ICK, Adm'r.,
A. M. CORNELIUS, Butler, Pa.
G. M. ZIMMERMAN.
PHYSICIAN AND SFROROK,
Office at No. 45, S. Main street, over Frank 4
Go's thug Store. Butler, Pa,
Dr. N. M. HOOVER,
IST K. Wayne St., office hours, 10 to 12 M. and
l to 3 P. M.
SAMUEL M. BIPPUS.
Pbysician and Surgeon.
soo West Cunningham 81.
PHYSICIAN ANI» SUKUKON,
New Troutman Building. Butler. Pa.
E. N. I.EAKK. M. D. J. K. MANN. M..D
Gynaecology and Sur- Eye, Ear. % • .»id
DRS. LEAKE & MANN,
J. J. DONALDSON, Donlist.
Artnlclal Teeth Inserted on the latest im
proved i>lan. Hold Filling a spocUilty. onice—
over Senaurs Clothlni: Store.
V. ivlcALPl N E,
Is now located In new and elegant rooms ad
joinlug his ones. All kinds of, clasp
Hates and modcren told %vorlc.
DR. S. A. JOHNSTON.
DENTIST, - - BUTLER, FA.
<;old Filling rainless Extraction of Teeth
and Artificial Teeth without Hates a specialty
Nitrous Oxide or Vitalized Air or
(irtlco over Millers Grocery east of Lowry
Office closed Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Attorney at l.aw. 0!Uoe at No. 11, Kast . .leller-
SOII St., duller, I'a.
W. C. FINDLEY,
Attorney at Law and Ileal Instate Agent. of
flee rear of 1.. Mitchell's ofTlce ou ; north side
ol Diamond, Hutlcr, I'a.
H. H. GOUGHER.
Attorney-at-law. Office on second .floor o
Anderson building, hear Court House, Itutler
J. w. HUTCHISON,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
onicc on second floor Jt the llusetton ulock,
Diamond, itutler, I'a., Room No. I.
S. H. PIER SOL.
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
onieeal No. 101 West Diamond St.
A. T. BLACK.
ATTORN ICY AT LAW.
itoom F„ Armory itulldlng. Itutler, I'a
COULTER & BAKER.
ATTOUNKYS AT LAW.
Olflce In room 11., Armory llu'.ldluK, Hu'.ler
H. <J. WALKER,
Attorney-at-Law office In Diamond lllock
J. M. PAINTER,
OBlce Between I'oatofllce and Diamond, tlu
A. T. SCOTT,
onice at No. S. South Diamond. Butler, I'a.
A. M. CHRISTLEY,
ATIOHNKY AT" LAW."
ORtce second floor. Anderson Hi k. Main St.
near Court Mouse. Itutler, I'a.
Alt'* at Law omce on South aide or; Diamond
C. t. L. McOUISTION,
KNtiI.VKKH AND SUHVKVOIt,
Orrict NK.MI DIAMOND. IHTTI-KU, I'A.
you are a hustler can make at leu t +1(10.CO
per uionth. Now i > the time to .tait in on
fall sale*. i;ioi;ont outfit Free.
Address: ALf.it* NUUSKUV Co.,
Uocheater, N. Y
MrCANIHESS' HEAVE ( ( RE.
I have a Heave Care that will care any
' 1 case of heaves in horses in forty days, if
, | used according to directions, and if it does
not do what 1 claim for it, I will refund
' the amount paid and no charges will be
made for the treatment. The following
testimonials are the strongest proof of the
medicines power to cure:
A. J. XJCCAM'LKS.V
Bntler. Pa.. ISO 3.
Xla. A. J. MOCAXD&SSS:
On the 2nd day of April, IM'J, I com
1 menced to use your new enre for one of
my horses that i-.nd the heaves very bad,
and continued to use i e -i t :lir";r.e for
about forty da; - d t't.e hot • did not
show any stgr.> i.l a retain of them. It is
now aboat a year -inc.? I quit the
ra-dioiu-' a;i 1 t'.ie h >r-■ h;»- never sowed
a:»y signs ol'!ieave<, nod F feel stistied
i that he is properly eared.
VV. O. CBISWELI.,
Butler. I'a., Aprils, 1893.
A. J. MCCASDLESS:
• I have a»e>! \ :r Heave Cure ar.d lonnd
' it will d<» the work if used according to di
. rections. Yours truly,
R. J. MCMILLIS.
Do You Want
to have your heme look neat and
| clean, but with very little txp- nse?
You can do it if you I ay you.
of u;?, for we are H iliu>r it u m at »i
bi<r REDI'CTION to
reduce our stock.
Come and get a G < )03 >
; J. li. Douglass',
341 S. Main St , Near P. O.
The Blister hereby notice that the
following accounts or eiecutor- adminis
trators and guardians have been filed ia his
office according to law, ami will be presented
to I'ourt for confirmation and allowance on
Wednesday, the (Jth day of September, 1893,
at "J o'clock P. M. of said day :
1. Final and distribution account of Eliza
belli Schultis, administratrix of Joceph
Schultis, oec'd, late ot Oakland township.
2. Fi..al :ecouut of Patrick Walsh,admin
istrator of Wm. Cypher, dee'd, late of Culler
3. Final account of John Demmelmaier,
guardian of Minnie Bergman, minor child of
Wm. Bergman, dee'd, late of Allegheny
4. Final aceount of John Sutton, adminis
trator c. t. a. id the estate of Klizabeth An
derson, dee'd, late of Allegheny township.
5. Final account of H <nry K. Heller, exe
cutor of August Junk, dee'd, late o! Winfiuld
Final account ot A P. Stewart, guar
dian of John Wike, minor child o! Martha
Wise, dee'd, late of WashiuKlon township.
7. I'ariinl aeeountof Lydia Mardorf,admin
istratrix of Wm. Maidorf, dee'd, late of But
: ler borough
8. Final account of It. C. Wilson and Ed
gar M. Tannehill, administrators of John A.
Tannehil), dee'd, late of Venango township.
9. First and ; urlial account of Jane and
J. 11. Kohlmeyer, administrators o. t.
a. of Henry Kohlmeyer, dee'd, late of
10. Final account of Lewis llartnian.guar
dian ofSophia Hartman, minor child of John
George Hartmsn, dee'd, late of Forward
11. Partial accouut of 'Jane English, W.
F. English and L. K. Enclish,administrators
of James Y. English, dee'd, late of Franklin
12. First »nd final account of 11. 11. Polly,
execntor of Eleanor Dugan, dee'd, late of
13. Final account of Mary A. Wilson, ad
ministratrix of J. L. Wilson, dee'd., late of
14 Final account of Wm. Leithold ami A,
Krause .administrators of Henrietta Leithold
dee'd., late of Wiafield township.
15. The aceount of George IV Graham and
Wm. Wilson, administrators oi John It. Jam
ison, dee'd. late of Fairvii w township.
lit. Final aceount of A. F. An ier->n, ad
ministrator of Barnabas Anderson, dee'd,late
of Worth township.
17. Final account of Wm. M \Vet>t> and
John M. Webb, ex'rs ol Jo;,n Webb, dee'd,
late cf Clsy township.
18. Final account of T li. Hoon and Mrir
tha M.Jones, adm'rsol Wm. H. Jones,dee'd,
late of Franklin towuship.
19. Final aceouut of Mathias Mayer, adm'r
c. t. a. of Nicholas Kauffroan, dee'd, late of
20. Final account of Thos. W. Keiiy. ex'r
of Archibald Kelly, dee'd, late of I'arker
DAVID E. 1)A I.E.
Down <>'<) the Prices
on all Summer
THE RACKET STORE
Light suits, coats and
vests, summer underwear, straw
hats and everything in summer
goods must <jo and we have made
prices on them that will move
Now is the time t>> get a real
The Racket Store,
120 South Main Street, Hutler, Pa
BtTI.EH <0( WIS
W jtua! Fire Insur,:,!-?.?' >.
Offito Cor. Wain & Cunning
11. C l . UKINEMAN, HKOKKTARY
Alfred Wick. llenders. u Oliver,
l)r. W. Irvln. .lames Stephensun
W. W. Ulackmore, N. WelUel.
F. Howman. I). T. Norr s.
lien. K.Hercr. i has. n. hhnn.
John <;rohro»n. John Koentm:.
LOYAL S.BM'JU w bTN. Agent.
SEE These Prices on EVERGREENS.
10.000 Norway Spruce. I lot; Indies lilgli, i:o,
10,000 HIIInUii I' lr. 4 i i » Inches l>k:li. Hio.no
AriHir vita-, s •<> 10 Indies high. 10.000
Scott'b Pino, lin s inehe high. fl". over -.00
tarleiie*. r.noo.oco for a.i
FOREST TREES.rVo w i^mh.
Yellow Cottonwoofl. Ji to '.'i inch, s ". mo olio
i-,ignr Maple. « to s ln«h, Kl'l. cim.tto
Inch. iV>. We solil H.nno mo In 1 •• We niii>.t
Hi-ll twice i>h manv this year. Our nuiviy Ih
1 everatockeil Willi all varl'lles flin. ' I. ' ■< < f Irnlt
I tond ornamanlal trees. \\> must el ..! ■ .■ of
ahem out. Send for price Hat*.
E V FC- Rt; K EF. N NU R S !•: R I MS,
Evergrct n, Wis
NIAGARA IYER POULTRY YARDS.
Hull Leghorn H, Buff Pljniouth,
Itorkn, Huff Cochins, Light HrunniH
ludian Uamcß, kc , f> r circu
CIIAUI.kh II AKKUI.V
(> «i\\ in N V
Conßumplion auroJy Oim .
Tc Tac Swroßi—l'lc i o inform i n-i.. ! : v
that I iitvo a |HMiitiYA rcmody f T ft.. . I
dirvftM. '.n Umol/u«o thou tinili 1) j
c.: ■■* liiVM ) r ;i jH'RiitiM fun- 1. ! .1*
to e« it! twj . of my FAKE t>» uAiy
jour haro oonwimpn. n if tlicy \\»ll
•mat mo th. il ftitJ I*. O. a4drufln. Kr^jjcct
fuJij. X. A. fUAAt'UU. M. 0.. Itfl l'oarl til. N. V.