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FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1894
Bctlu Ui a population of at>outlo.Mo.
It la the County seat or Batler County, with
"pour ran ways, natural gua. and unequalled
facilities for menolacturea.
Progress evrywhere; new buildings, new
manufactures, a growinx and prosperous town.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
—The N. G. P. will camp at Gettysburg,
—Forrpingh will ba here on M onday
June 4th—next Monday two weeks.
—E Weigand Ins the oontraot for build
ing J. A. Kiohey's new brick building
The only exercise most women take is
"jumping at conclusions."
—The postoffice at Fenelton has been
discontinued and mail for that point or
dered to Uoylesville.
—A paper, reporting a meeting of a
Woman's Dress Reform League, sayi:
"Thirty odd women were present."
Ssotland and the northern part of Eng
land were shivering last week nnder a
blanket of snow.
"That's a good take off," remarked the
tramp, as he discarded his old socks tor a
pair ol new ones,
—Mark Twain says there are only 35
Jokes in existence, the rest bsiog merely
variation* on these.
—A man who olaims Batler as his resi
dence was found dead in a Soathside
Pittsburg hotel a few days ago.
—The friends of J. G. Gilchrist of Cherry
twp. met at his home and celebrated his
88th birthday last Saturday.
—The Hughes Bros, of the Southside have
lately placed some splendid machinery in
their shops, and are now prepared te man
ufacture boilers of all kinds cheaper and
better than they can be made in Pittsbnrg.
—The Presbyterian church is being re
paired this week and services will be held
in the Opera House until the charoh ii
completed. At the services on Sunday a
number of member* were admitted on
confession and certificate.
A strange insect, called the Coxey grape
bog. has made its appearance in portions of
Bedford county. It is a black bog, not
quite so large as a common bonse fly. It
works on the young buds of the grape vine.
In this way it destroys a whole orop in a
—At Rhenango on Monday the striking
eoal miners attacked two miners who were
digging for the mine engine. The men re
fnaed to quit work, and were nsed np quite
badly, thongh not seriously. The sheriff
and a force of deputies were required to
qnell the disturbance
—At the meeting of the Monument Com.
mittee, Thursday afternoon, it was decided
to locate the Monnment on Diamond
Bqoare, about the centre of the trangnlar
plot nearest Main St., so as to allow of a
public building on the rear end of the
square if ever neoessary. The Committee
will try to have the monument ready for
dedication servioes by the 4th of July.
—At the meeting of the Epworth League
in the M. E. Church last Friday new of
ftoers were elected, and among them Prof.
Gibson, who is now Vioe President of this
diatriot. At the meeting of Saturday
morning resolutions complimenting the
people of Batler for their entertainment,
•ad pledging the members to (refrain from
eard-playing, dancing, going •to the
theatres, etc, were adopted: bat a Sanday
trains and Sunday Newspaper resolution
did not carry.
The father said, with aspect grim,
The while the daughter hang her head,
"You must get rid of that young Slim,
Next time be oomes sit down on him."
And when he csme that night she did.
The Coxey Oil Co. have located and get
ting in their rig on the Mrs. John Rifley
lease situated on Hay's creek, this location
being somewhat in advanoe ot develop
ment. should the enterprise prove success
ful an extension of the field will be looked
Lens A Co's No. 3, Critchlow, Browns
dale field is making about 70 bbh; Lei
decker A Co's. No 2, Mangel is pumping
and will probably be good for 50 kbit.
The Stevenson Bros, intend drilling on
the Book farm six miles north of the Mad
The oil market continues at 83j.
It was only a oommon cold. John had
had many a worse cold and got over it.
This would wear off as the others bad
done; so it was neglected and neglected
nntil a steady pain came in the chest,
and a slight, bat not very distressing
oougb became oonstant. Bat John didn t
mind the pain—he ignored it, and went
on with his work as though pain meant
nothing. After a time he began to grow
thin and weak, and an attack of dysen
tery oompelled him to call in a physician.
The physician discovered bis oondition,
and by this time infiltration was well ad
vanced in the right lnng. Now the fight
foT life became serious, and it all came
from a common cold that taken at first
oould have been easily cared. The phy
sician, being an experienced practitioner,
reoommended Downs' Elixir, and John
used it faithfully and pulled through; but
how much better it would have been bad
John bought a bottle of the Elixir at once,
and Uken a dose on going to bed and wak
ed up the next morning clear as a whistle.
In view ot the fact that the season of
oolds and coughs is now at hand, we eall
the attention of oar readers to the adver
tisement of Downs' Elixir, which will be
fooLd in another column.
For Hale by J. A Richey Leive
jour orders at tbe Bakery.
—Boy yonr Pianos and Organs
from tbe Botler Music Go. and in 5
years hence yon will call tbem bless
—Fine potted plants and flowers of
•II kinds at tbe City Bakery.
—Fresb Cnt Flowers of all kinds
always on band. Tboe. A. Morrison.
—lce cream delirered to all parts
Of tbe city in any quantity and at any
time. Leare yonr order at tbe City
—Bargains in remnants and odd
lota of goods—come qrick for choice.
L. STBIM & Son.
—Potted plants and flowers of all
kinds. Anything yon may want in
plants st City Bakerr.
The following oases are on the trial list
for next Monday : Maloney vs Gallagher,
Swart zlander vs McGinley, Henry vs
Tuesday : Jackson vs Polhamns, Collins
vg Duncan, Ekas vs Pitts. Plate Glass Co.,
Knanff vs Wolfe, Pfeiffer vs Brown.
Wednesday : Clark vs Boro i f Butler,
Kilroy vs Susquehanna Ins. Co.. Kilroy vs
Arora Ins. Co., Shirley vs Portman, Logan
vs Martin A Kline.
Thursday : Oil Well Supply Co. vs
Allen. Balfour vs Russell, Harbison vs
Standard Plate Glass Co., Cooper vs Smith,
Norman vs Brannan.
Friday : De Wolf vs Fairview tw p ,
Brown vs Hoyt, McQnistion vs Schaffner,
Schenck vs Gardner, Double vs Union
Heat A Light Co.
Monday, May 28: Brackney vs Butler
Boro., Pfabe vs Pfabe, Marshall vs OKeson,
Kingsbacher vs P. S. A L. E. R. R-, Kle
ber Bros, vs Schaffner.
Tuesday : Graham vs Woodland Oil Co.,
Eicholu vs Beers, Boundy vs Beers, Co
kain vs Beatty, G arm an vs Blair.
Thursday: Beith vs Fredley, Beiden
baagh vs Klmgler & Co.
The will ot Jos. Burchele, dee'dof Butler
was probated. No letters; also will of
Elizabeth Dufford of Connoq., no letters;
Samuel Ward of Parker twp ana letters to
Mrs. Mattie Reihing bid in the hotel
property at the Sheriff's sale for $2,500,
and the Wayne St. house for $375. Z. P.
Lauffer got the McKeanSt. property fors 1.
LATI PROPERTY TRASSPBRS
Levi C Brinton to Jno A Gelbach lot in
Zelienopie for $420.
Same to W H Gelbach lot in Zelienopie
for SSOO. .
Win Irvine to W H Gelbach lot »n Ze
lienopie for $3200.
Emma Boggs to H E Muder lot in Ze
lienopie for slooo.
Susan Cook to Thos E Cook lot in Anan
dale for sl.
T E Cook to L C Lewis to Pinie E Cook,
same for sl.
Thos McLanahan to W A Forquer lot in
Cbicora for S3O.
Adam Endres to C E Reed 4 acres in
Jackson tor $4lO.
L 0 Hays to A C Ro*ebaugh 4 acres in
Adam* for $273.
L D O'Donnell to J C Risch 19 acres in
Allegheny for $3lB.
Lewis Patterson to L A Harbaugh lot in
Centreville for $l5O.
SMC Anderson to Jno C Anderson 74
acres in Allegheny for SBO.
Same to T L Anderson for SIOO.
S E MoClymonds to A S Marshall 25
acres in Portersville lor S2OOO.
A. G. Campbell to Eckert Kalb lot in
Butler for $1275-
Jos. B. Bredin to Eckert Kalb 105 acres
in Concord twp SISOO.
Ernest Locke Slipperyrock twp
Mary F0x..................W est Liberty
Michael Mooney Parnasses, Pa
Clary Hunter Butler, Pa
J C Shoup Oakland twp
Emma Lowe *' "
B N Don Allegheny, Pa
Mary E Atkins "
Wm A Rape Forward twp
Rosina Maser " "
Edward Ellenberger Oakland twp
Mary 1man.............. ....Donegal twp
E. E. Hunter Summit twp
Annie J. Wonderly Butler twp
L. M. Gilchrist Butler
Mary Swain Butler
At New Castle, Samuel L. Davis of Ogle
and Katie Seaton of Anandale.
Mrs. W. Stewartof near W.Sunbnry was
ran over by a buggy on her way home
from ohnrch last Sunday evening, and was
qaite badly hnrt.
A child of Charles Kerr of Cherry twp
was seriously burned on Saturday. Her
clothes caught fire from a stove. She may
John Gould fell from the walking beam
of hi§ well near Greece City on Monday
and was badly injured.
A lix year-old daughter of Jacob Slator,
of Obklaad twp broke ber arm on Sunday.
Oar grocers are paying 12J for butter, 8
for eggs, 45 for potatoes, 30 cts per dozen
for rbeubarb, 8 ots per lb for lettuce, and
15 to 25 a doz. bunches for new onions.
Timothy hay from country wanons sls
to 17, mixed hay $10.50, to 11.50, straw
$6.00 to 7.00.
Country roll butter 14 to 15, freßh eggs
1(4 to 11, dressed chickens, drawn 11 to
ll|, spring ohickens 50 to 75 per pair.
Potatoes on track 65 to 70, onions 50
At Stir's Island, Monday, beeves sold
at 3.10 to 4.6s.bullsand dry cows at 1 00 to
3.00, hogs at 3.75 to 5.40, Bheep at 1.00 to
4.00, lambs at 1.00 to 6.50, and calves at
1.75 to 4.50.
Go to Allen Barr's, Prospect, and
•ee Crawford Prince, the large
handsome standard bred young stal
lion who both paces and trots
Standing at sls.
—Now is the time to buy a cloak
at your own price. They must all be
sold as we carry none over to next
season. L. STEIN & SON.
—Everybody wants some beauti
ful plants this Bummer. Come to the
City Bakery any time and make
—Cloaks at your own price No
reasonable offer refused—tbey must
go— >L. STEIN & SON.
—Tenney's New York candies in
sealed packages at the City Bakery.
—See the bargains wo are offering
in fine Henriettas. Just think of it.
SI.OO goods for 68 cents and 75 cent
goods for C' 9 cents at
L. STUN & SON S.
Largest assortment and best values
n Dress Qoods and Cloaks at
L. STKIN & SON'S.
The highest prices paid for rye at
the mill of QEO. WALTER & SON.
—Job work of all kind done at the
—Turkish Silk Candy, hare yon
seen it? A novelty in confections.
Pure, richly flavored and delicious.
To be had only at the City Bakery.
—Zuver's Pictures leave nothing
wanting in finish, tone or a correct
—Come to day and see the fine as
sortment ot potted plants and flowers
Tbey are all selected plants from one
of the largest growers in Western
Pennsylvania. It will be worth your
while to come and see them.
T. A. MoaaisoN,
212 S. Main St.
Don't forget us on Hosiery and-
Qloves, we always have the best at
L. SHIN & SON'S.
—BoardingHouse Cards, with Act
ol Assembly, 25 cents for half-a-dosen,
for sale at CITIZIN office.
—SO-incheß wide and all-wool—
greatest bargain ever offered—was
$1 .00 a yard—now only 50 cents,
just half price at
L. STUN SL SON'S.
—Take your children to Zuver's
Gallery for Pictures that will suit
you. Postoffice building.
—Best Buffalo flannels reduced to
25 cents a yard at
L. STUN & SON'S.
The great road race is orer, and the wie
ner is Paul E. Cronenwett!
The thousands who took a lively interest
in the rsce at Butler, and along the route
to and from Harmony; who lined the road
ot the plucky riders almost every foot of
their long ride, who cheered and yelled
and crowded into their path to get a closer
look, and were almost a solid wall of en
couraging humanity, these thousands and
tens of thousands unite in pronoucing the
race a errand success and the riders, to a
man, possessed of the pluck and stamina
that the true American is always so ready
to admire. The road was very sandy in
manv places, especially from l'rospect to
Portersville .nd Harmony, yet observe
the time of the winner. Portersville, 16
miles on the road, long, hilly ones too and
on much of which the farmers were mak
ing roads, was reached in the astonishing
time of 1.11. flarmonys 9 miles took
46 minutes, making the run from Butler to
Harmony, by way of Portersville. 25 miles,
in 1.56! Is this not astonishing time for
At HarmoDy time was spent in register
ing, eating anil drinking, yet Petersville,
8 miles further, with its Amberson Hill
and other grades which had to be made
afooot, was reached 39i minutes after
reaching Harmony. The balance ol the
run, which was thought to be over easy
roads, was really quite sandy and took 35i
minutes, making the complete ran in 3:14.
The men were started at the Hotel Ar
lington as follows: At 1:40, Bob. Wick.
No. 16; Geo. Cronenwett, No. 3. At 1:50,
C. A. Hawk, Ne. 1; Ed. C Mardorf, No. 12;
G. H Walter, No. 21. At 1:55, Mark Me-
Bride, No. 4; Chas. McElvain, No. 6; Sam
Kedd, No. 10; E. Cronenwett, No. 13. At
2:00, Geo. Mardorf, No. 5; David Ensming
er. No. 11; Calvin Sanders, No 15; Paul E
Cronenwett, No. 18; E. G. Helmbold, No.
20; Geo. Kavanaugh, No. 7; Chas. Wise,
No. 17; V. Cunningham, No. 14: L L.
Thompson, No. 2
A large crowd was on the street and the
start was made with some difficulty, but
all went off all right. H. A. Stauffer was
in charge, with Dave Dale and Will Hein
eman, timers, J. E. Forsythe,handicapper,
and D. D. Buck iu charge ot registering
and numbering. Norbert T. Weser was a
The time bulletined from the difierent
checking points is as follows:
I, Paul Cronenwett, 3:11; 2, Ernest Cron
enwett, 3:11$; 3, David Ensininger, 3:14 i;
4, Ed C. Mardorf, 3:15; 5, G. H. Walter,
3:19; 6, C. A. Bawk, 3:19 i; 7, Bob. Wick,
3:22J; 8, Geo. Cronenwett, 3:23}; 9, Geo.
Mardorf, 3:25; 10, Chas. McElvain, 3:25 i..
1, Paul Cronenwett, 3:57; 2, Earnest
Cronenwett, 3:59 i; 3, David Ensminger,
4 o4; 4, E. Mardorf, 4:12; 5, G. H. Walter.
4:18; 6, E. G. Helmbold, 4:21; 7, Geo Mar
dorf, 4:23; 8, Chas Wise, 4:26; 9, Geo Ka
vanaugh, 4:26; 10, Bob Wick. 4:28;11, C A
Hawk, 4:29; 12, Calvin Sanders; 4:31; 13,
Chas McElvain, 4:35; 14, V. Cunningham,
5:07; 15, Geo Cronenwett, 5:55.
1, Paul Cronenwett, 4:38J; 2, Ernest
Cronenwett, 4:41; 3, David Ensminger,
4;52J; 4 E Mardorf, 4:11; 5 E G Helmbold,
5-15; 6, G H Walter, 5:16 i; 7, Calvin San
ders, 5:22; 8 E H Kavanaugh, 5:264; 9,
Chas Wise, 5:26*; 10, Geo Mardorf, 5:30J;
11, C A Hawk, 5:30f; 12, Bob Wick, 5:335.
Place. Name. Time.
1 Paul Cronenwett 3:14
2 Ernest Cronenwett 3:19}
3 David Ensminger 3:31
4 Ed Mardorf 3:57
5 Elmer Helmbold 4:03£
6 Calvin Sanders 4:04
7 G H Walters 4:05
8 G Kavanaugh 4:09
9 CC Wise 4:13
10 G Mardorf 4:16
11 C A Hawk 4:16*
12 Bob Wick 4:24
At Harmony C. E. Cronewett was in
charge, being assisted by J. S. McNally,
and J. Enslew as judge and timer. Beam
of the Beam house, threw the hotel open
to the boys and nothing was too good for
them. His hospitality was was greatly
The people of Harmony, Zelienopie, and
surrounding country turned out en masse,
and the greatest excitement was observed
on all sides. When the leader passed
through there was loud cheering. The
local riders, Wise, Kavanaugh, were the
recipients ot every encouragement, and
C lucky young Cunningham who punctured
etween Portersville and Harmony, had
much sympathy. The Harmony people
did every thing they could for the boys.
Special thanks are due in Butler to the
merchants who contributed prizes, to tho
Hotel Arlington, where the genialLeiboLis
gave everything to the boys, to the City
Pharmacy, to the Springdale band, to
Hawk. Eisler, and McCune at tho Western
Union, for kindness shown and to the
checkers, timers and others who contribut
ed in so many ways.
The winner, Paul E. Cronewett, wins
four prizes. i. e. Time prize, a gold medal,
offered by THE CITIZEN. First prize gold
medal offere.l by The Times, a sweater of
fered by Douthett and Graham and a shirt
offered by Kaufman.
The wrecks are as follows: Sam Redd
at Portersville; Mark Mcßride handle
broken at Prospect; Geo Cronenwett gener
ally smashed at Middle Lancaster; L L
Thompson punctured at Prospect; Chas
McElvain sprained ankle at Harmony; V
Cunningham punctured at Harmony.
The race was run under the following
conditions, and rules. The route was But
ler to Harmony through Portersville and
return by way of Petersville, a distance of
42| miles. The following wero the prizes
offered: Time prize, gold medal, CITIZEN*.
First prize, gold medal, Times. Second
prize, gold medal, Eagle. Third prize,
silver cup, W. E. Ralston. Fourth prize,
silver cup, C. F. T. Pape A Bro. Fifth
prize, silver cur>, D. L. Cleeland. In ad
dition, the following special prizes wore
For the best time Butler to Harmony,
tho best shirt in Kaufmann's store. Win
ner must finish in time limit.
For the best time Harmony to Butler, a
sweater, offered by Donthett & Graham.
Winner to finish in time limit.
The list of prizet offered to those coming
in under the time limit was as follows:
1, belt and hose, Colbert <fc Dale; 2 ,hat,
Racket Store; 3, tan shoes, Vogeley A
Bancroft; 4, bicycle shoes, C. E. Miller; 5,
bicycle shoes, John Bickel; 6, bicycle
lamp, J. E. Forsythe; 7, toilet case, C. N.
Boyd; 8, Tenney's candies, T. A. Morrison;
9, cake, John Hichey; 10, two vols, book,
J. S. Jack; 11, photo of group, M. C. Wag
ner; 12, dozen cabinet photos, Hardman
Art Company; 13, two sacks of flour, Henry
Miller; H, lamp, Aiken <fc Cambell; 15,
hose, L. Stein A Son.
The entries wero as follows:
1 C. A. Hawk, 2 L. L. Thompson, 3 Geo.
J. Cronenwett, 4 Mark Mcßride 5 George
Mardorf, 0 Charles McElvain, 7 A. E.
Harper, 8 Norman Bredin, 9 George Arm
buster, 10 Sam Redd, 11 David Ensminger
12 E. C. Mardorf, 13 Ernst Cronenwett, 14
Bob Wick, 15 Calvin Sanders, 10 W. J.
White, 17 Virgil Gibson, 18 Paul Cronen
wett, 19 Raymond Reed, 20 E. G. Helm
bold. 21G. H. Walters, 22E.H. Kavanaugh.
—Fine blooming plants of all
kinds at the City Bakery.
—Clearance sale of all winter goods
Greatest bargains in dry goods and
cloaks ever known at
L. STEIN & SON'S
—Fruit culture is more profitable
to the farmer now than his other
crops. Brown Bros. Co., the most
extensive nursery bouse in the U. 8 ,
have a vacancy in this section.
Write them at Rochester, N. Y , for
one of the largest, handsomest and
soundest standard bred Hambleton
ian Wilkes stallions in the State is
owned by Allen Barr, Prospect.
Don't You Think.
That crackers made of the purest
materials, in the cleanest, best venti
lated factory in the world, and turned
out fresh every day ought to be
pretty good? That's the way Mar
vin's crackers and cakes are made.
None better in the world. Few in
deed that are made so honestly and
conscientiously. Better ask your
grocer for them. Mention particu
larly Royal Fruit Biscuit, Fay Bis
cuit, Eagle Butter Crackers, Recep
tion Flakes, Drummers Lunch, Pine
Apple Cuts, Jelly Turnovers. Your
grocer has them, or will get them if
John 0. Christy, the veteran blacksmith
ol Hooker, was in town Thursday. _ He has
been shoeing horses for nearly 50 years
and is a sound man yet. He is in his t>9th
year and has seven brothers and sisters
living and well.
Findley McQuistion, surveyor of Batler
county, has been spending some time in
the Washington oil lield making a map ol
that field. The field will extend to the
top of the hill above Emlenton. Mr. Mc-
Quistion has been spending evenings with
his brother-in-law, W. P. Allen. —Emlen-
Prof. Lamb is in luck again. On Thurs
day last he received a letter from England
announcing the death of an annt, by whose
will he inherits j£5,000 or $25,000. The
letter is from a cousin, and is a very af
Mrs. Ednard Vok.J«*y f.»ii,.;y are
visiting friends in Butler.
Mrs. George Weber is visiting friends in
Drs. Leake A Mann have dissolved part
nership, and Dr. Mann intends locating in
Esq John Kelly of Bruin was in town
on business, Saturday.
Emily Walker, of West Pearl street, is
improving rapidly, and will sojn bo about
S. D. Miller, Jr , is remodelling iiis t.-r
--raee on West Pearl St. under the direction
Of Sam Kidd.
L. D. Shanor, of Prospect, was iu town
on Saturday on his wheel.
Miss Bertha Anchors, of Washington,
Pa., is the guest of Miss Sua Turner of Elm
Mrs. C. Koch and Miss Mary Berg lei 1
yesterday for New York en route (or Ger
many where they will spend the summer.
A. T. Black and L. D. Perrine repre
sented Butler at the I. O. O. F. conven
tion at Altoona.
W. B. Dodds was a caller on Tuesday.
Armory Opera House May ißth.
Ladies you should go to see Gretchen
bake a choice loaf ot bread iu the third act
of "A Mothers Secret"
Prof. A. D. Lifeld the musical director
will play several mandolin solos between
D. L. CLEELAND.
Jeweler and Optican,
125 South Batler, Pa.
Diamonds, fine watches, jewelry;
spectacles, solid and plated ware con
stantly on band. Special attention
given to testing and correctly fitting
The difference between Marvin's
bread and the products of other bak
eries, is that Marvin's is pure, whole
some, always light and flaky—most
others are not. Marvin's loaves are
bigger too, consequently, cheaper
You can't bake bread at home for
less than you can buy Marvin's,
can't make it any better either.
If your grocer doesn't keep Mar
vin's bread have him get it for jou.
Give it one trial—you'll never want
to use any other.
The World's Fair Rebuilt for
the Pages of History.
The "Book of the Builders" one of
the most artistic and magnificent
publications ever issued is now be
ing offered by The Pittsburg Dis
patch to its readers. It is beyond
question the greatest offer ever made
by a newspaper. See The Dispatch
for full information.
and Strap Work,
and Fly Nets,
and Dealer in
Whips, Dusters, Trunks and
My Goods are all new and strict
first-class, and all work guaran
Repairing a Specialty.
Opposite Campbell & Templeton's
342 S. Main St., - Butler, Pa.
Men's spring under
wear in white me
rino and fine bal-
Ui'igan, sold by
others for 50c., our
Straw and light stiff hats
at one-third below regu
Men and boys clothing
at proportionally low
THE RACKET STORE
120 South Main Street, Butler, Pa.,
What You Need
We have more than
w r e need-about 300
Get it now
Near P. O - - 241 S. 3/ain St-
SPEEDY and LASTING RESULTS.
IV) s i7ti I«•«•»!
inm. M from any injurious substance. thin. M
LA? 3E ABSOXZHS BEOT3ID.
We GUARANTEE ■ CURE or refund your money.
Price as.oo per bottle. Send 4c. fortr*it>>f-
T&KUOKT MIMICAL CO.* Uuiton, Mafc.
The Street Railway.
Council met at eight o'clock on Tuesday
night with a large number of councilmen
The question of the evening being
brought up. li. P. Scott Esq.,at one#
opened a debate that was quite spirited re
garding the application of the street rail
Mr. Scott thought a formal petition duly
signed by the officers ot the company to be
Lie urged upon council the
danger in hasty and indefinite action in
grantirg franchises. Mr. T. C. Campbell
tor tho company said that it was not the
usual custom, for council to grant Iran
chises and pass ordinances on such petit
ion. Cypher, Griet and others took part
in the d'iscussion. Prest. Stamm at length
referred the matter to Forquer, who
thought a petition signed by the officials
nf the company advisible.
Council then adjourned till next Tues
day, to ni\v the company time to get their
Jury Lists for June Term, 1894
hist of Grand Jurors drawn this 30th day
of April A. D. 1804, to serve a* Grand Ju
rors at a regular term of Court commenc
ing on the Ist Monday of June A. D. 1894,
the same being the 4tn day of said montn.
Atwell. Emmet, farmer, Marion twp.
Hartley W E, farmer, twp. North
Mr .'. TV P, !uinj«.r, ilau;~vi;iu ouro.
Cleeland Alexander, farmer, Connoq. tp. n
Donaldson J C, farmer, Washington tp. s
Dunbar D L, farmer, Forward twp.
Daubenspeck J D, farmer, Parker twp.
Dufford C L, blacksmith, San bury boro.
Furgeson John, farmer, Middlesex twp.
Fowter Robert, eo ltractor, Butler sth wd.
Glenn J A, farmer, Worth twp.
Hunter A D, farmer, Fo w&rd twp
Jolly James, farmer, Allegheiy twp
McCandlees I J, oil producer, Butler 2d wd
Maurhuff Alfred, farmer, Jefferson twp.
McGinley J F P. farmer, Oakland two.
Muder Hermon, dealer, Saxonburg boro.
Niggle Joseph, merchant, Butler 4th wd.
Roll John, larmer, Cranberry twp.
Smith I G, oil] roducer. Butler 3d wd.
Story T R, druggist, Earns City.
Thomas 0 J, larmer, Parker twp.
Weigle G P, teacher. Prospect boro.
Young Jacob, driller, Butler 4th wd.
List of Petit Jurors drawn this 30th day
of April A. 1). 18&4, to servo as petit jurors
at a regular term of Court commencing on
the second Monday of Jur.i' ». D. lt>S<4 the
fame being the llih day of said month.
Albert Lewis, farmer, Franklin twp.
Blinn William, farmer, Franklin twp.
Bovard Jonathan, farmer, Mercer twp.
Crowe Geo W, brick luyer, Forward twp.
Cashdoilar Joseph, farmer, Adams twp. u.
Grouse Philip, moulder, Butler Ist wd.
Coats Frank, farmer, Connoq. twp. n.
Dunn Montgomery, farmer, Franklin twp.
I)ufF John, farmer, Oakland twp.
Douthett B W, farme r , Connoq. twp. a.
Glenn Samuel, farmer, Clay iwp.
Grieb Lewis, clerk, Butier 2d wd.
Gelbaugh Philip, farmer, Forward twp.
Geobring Gellard, larmer, Jackson twp. e
Hutchison W J, farmer, Oakland twp.
Ualey George M, farmer, Penn twp. n.
Bessolgesser Karl, farmer, Winfield twp.
Hogg John H, farmer, Cherry twp. n.
Kamerer Satnuel'B, farmer, Fairview E.
Kennedy Cba'les B, manufacturer, But
ler 3d ward.
Krampie August, farmer, Clinton twp.
Logan Joseph, farmer, Middlesex twp.
McGlaughton John A, farmer, Winfield tp
Morrison L> M. blacksmith, Centreville boro
McCosnell John, farme-, SUpperyrock twp
UcCandless Robinson, farmer, Centre twp.
MeCandless W B, fa r mer, Centre twp
Murtland J C, merchant, MOlerstown boro
McNees Thomas, farmer, Brady twp.
McCrea B, farmer, Clearfield twp.
McCutchon J E, jauk dealer, Butler Ist wd
Norris Thomas, farmer, Donegal twp.
Polhemus Wm, farmer, Centre twp.
Park Wm, farmer, Middlesex twp.
Kaseley Samuel, farmer, Butler twp.
Shontz I) B, farmer, Jackson twp. w.
Sherman Casper, moulder, Butler Ist wd.
Stewart David, farmer, Clay twp.
Smith C K, butcher, Butler sth wd.
Synder Seth, farmer, Brady twp.
Turner W P, liveryman, Butler 2d wd.
Thompson Joseph, farmer, Brady twp.
Vensel Wm M, contractor, Millerstown.
Vinroe W G, farmer, Penn twp, a.
Wimer J J, farmer, Worth twp.
Wagoner Joseph, painter. Butler 2d wd.
Wick W H, laborer, Butler sth wd.
Walters John A. farmer. Buffalo twn.
B. <y B.
It has been asked before, doubtless will
be again—the answer invariably the same.
So many people come and send here, be
cause it pays them so to do. Note a few
examples of HOW:
REAL KID GLOVES*
Handsome dark shades of dahlia, amethyst
and heliotrope harmonize with almost any
gown, specially elegant with a black cos
tume, having white stitching and trim
mings, four large pearl buttons. We be
lieve you'll say witli us: "The greatest
genuine KID GLOVE VALUE ever offered
75c a Pair.
Some hands and wrists are so formed that
no glovi is so comfortable as a laced one.
For such here's a chance without prece
dent: 7-HOOK KID GKOVES, choice
shades, tan, brown and black, Bofi,shapely
gloves—7sc a pair.
Sale of Imported WHITE BRUSSELS
NET specially adapted for .-a h curtains,
canopy draperies, bassinets, —or baby
cradle, etc.. etc. FOUR lots of this extra
good, desirable material each lot at exactly
HALF REAL VALUE:
One lot, 36-in. wide, 10c.
Ono lot, 36-in. wide, 15c.
One lot, 72-iu. wide, 25c.
One lot,loß-in. wide, 35c.
Nothing bo extraordinary in this line of
goods ever offered at the prices—when you
see them you'll agree—not only that, but
you'll BUY ff you've any need of good
BRUSSELS NET for any of the above or
any other purpose. These four lots are all
ont on centre table in front of LACE DE
PARTMENT, and there will be lively buy
ing and selling while they last at 10c, 15c,
25cjtnd 35c per vard—3(s to 108 in. wide.
Lot of genuine Jap India*, extra choice
printings, princidaliy dark grounds, suita
ble for street wear, 50c a yard.
New Silk and Wool Crepons, in stylish
new mixtures, entirely new effects, which
ladies of exclusive taste will appreciate;
40 and 48 in. wide, SI.OO, $1.20 and $1 25
Among AMERICAN SUITINGS are
new and desirable materials with "chic"
and stile comparing favorably with those
bearing the magic "imported"—2sc, 35c
Boggs & Buhl,
CfIBCVTU'C Slnglc-Comb Hrown Leg
lUn j I Irl O horns. White and BulT wy
andottes, lloudans. Bone-Comb Brown and
white Leghorns and Huff Plymouth ltocks
The Largest Stock of the above varieties owned
In this country, and the records will substant
iate the claim ot Superiority As To Quality—
not records made at county fairs, but records
made In the strongest competition at the great
est Amerlcau show. Madison Square Garden,
New York, where. In the past 5 years, my stock
has been awarded &> lirsts,:sr» gold specials. 13
sliver medals and 0 silver cups. The line of
blood I am breeding ami exhibiting lias produc
ed, and is to-day producing Prize-winning Spec
imens In every sections of this country and m
many parts of Europe. "Like Begets Like."
Send (or Illustrated circular giving lull prize re
cord of the leading and most popular strains
of above varieties. Satisfaction Is guaranteed.
Gurascy Cattle—best mlllc and butter families .
Scotch follies. Fox Terriers.
J. FORSYTH, Riverside Farm,
Owego, Tioga Co., N. Y.
L,. c- WICK:
Rough and Worked Lumber
or ALL KINDS
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath
Always In Stock.
LIME, HAIR AND PLASTER.
' Offlcu opposite P. & W." Depot,
rvv , , 4 . , tj>iv>!u\Ml
A snallpox scare exists in Erie, due in
some measure to the numerous cases in
! Chicago, where the number is now report
:ed at over 400. The health authorities at
Erie have ordered a wholesale vaccination
of the pupils in the public schools.
I From several sections of Liaeaster Co
; come reports of a plague of little green
worms which threaten damage to the
clover fields. Many fields between Lan
caster and N6w Holland and also beyond
Lancaster are being afiiicated with the
worm. It is a small worm, not more than
three-quarters of an inch long, green at
first and a light brown in the older stage
of development. Whether it will do much
damage or not cannot be .-.aid, but it is not
! likely that the worm will make a general
appearance or do much davage this sum
mer, though it may be a forerunner of
something serious in the future.
1 RAiLKOAD TIME TABLES.
PENKSYLVANIA K AILROAD.
TUB STANDARD RAILROAD .OF AMERICA
WIST PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
SCUEDCLK IN .KFFLCT NOVEMBER 20th, 1593
South Weekdays ,
A. M. A. V. A. M. P. SI. P. M,
Butler Leave 015 835 11 00 215 500
Saxonburg... Arrive t; 44 900 11 SI 311 52S
Butler Juc't, " 730 925 11 60 340 553
Butler Juc't..Leave 730 941 12 03 3 40 553
Natrona Arrive 73s 951 12 13 350 COS
Tarentum 7 43 950 12 19 3 57 9 07
Sprlngtlale 755 10 06 12 33 4 OS
Ciaremout s 11 12 55 4 23 C 27
feliarpsburg 8 18 105 4 29 632
Allegheny city 83110 33 121 441 cl 5
«a. M. a. m. r. M. p. m. r. 11.
North Week Days.
A. M. A. M. A. M. P, M. P. M
Alleghenyclty Leave 6 55 825 10 40 3 15 010
Sharpsburg 7 08 8 39 10 58
Clareinont 8 45 110s
spring-dale SSS U2O . .. 641
Tarentum 7 32 9 10 11 39 351 050
Natrona 7 37 9 15 11 45 355 6 53
Butler juc'l Arrive 7 45 9 25 11 86 4 04 7 02
Butler Juc't Leave 7 4o 945 12 3S 4 15 7 02
Saxonburg 80310 11 104 440 725
Butler Arrives 35 10 35 1 30 4 00 7 50
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P, M
Wp.kk Days. .For the Ka«t. Weekdays'
P. U. A. M. A. M. P. M.
245 015 Lv. Butler Ar. 10 35 130
3 40 7 30 Ar. Butler Junction Lv. 9 45 12 38
404 745 Lv. Butler Junction Ar. 941 12 38
4 lo 7 49 Ar. Freeport Lv. 935 12 35
415 753 •• Allegheny Juc't. " 931 12 30
42b 804 " Leechburtc " 920 12 13
440 821 " I'aulton <Apollo) " 908 11 55
514 851 " Saltsburg " 837 11 32
550 922 Blalrsville " BOS 11 00
000 930 " Blalrsville Inter'll " 750 10 15
80011 40 •• Altoona •• ;; 40 800
100 320 " Ilarrlsburg " 11 55 310
430 050 " Philadelphia •• Bso 11 20
A. M. P. M. ;r, V. P. M
Through trains for the east -letve Pittsburg
(Union Station) aslollows:
Pennsylvania, Limited, dally 7 15 A. M.
Atlantic Express. " 3no "
Maine Line Express. " 8 00
Day Express, " 905 "
Philadelphia Express. •• 4 30 P.M.
Eastern Express. 700 "
Fast Line, " 810 •'
For detailed Inlormation. address Thos. K.
Walt, Pass. Ag't. Western District, 10. Fifth
Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.J
S. M. PREVOST, J. K. WOOD.
General Manager. Gen'l. Pass'r. Ag't
;p. & W. K. E.
Schedule, in effect Jan.; I*. ■<». (Butler time)
The Short Line to Pittsburg.
DEFAKT SOUTH. FRGMISOUIU.
O.STa m Allegheny '9.25 am, Alllegheny E»
8.15 a m All'y £ Akron 9.55 a m.AI & N Castle
10.05 a m Allegheny Ac 12.30 p m, Ally & Ch'go
3.00 p m Allegheny Mall 4.35 pm. Allegheny Ex
3.20 p m Chicago Ex. [7 25 p m,All'y & Akron
0.10 p m All'y * Ell. Ex 'S.oo p m, Allegheny Ac
DEPART NORTH. FROM NORTH.
10.05 a m Kane £ Brad. 8.10 am. Foxburg:AC
5.00 p m Clarion Ac 9.46 am, Clarion Ac
7.30 p m Foxburg 5.40 pm, Kane. Mai
DEPART SOUTH. FROM SOUTH.
8.15 a in, DeForest Ac 9.55 a m.AlleglienyrAc
3.20 pm, Chicago Ex 4.35 pm, Allegheny Ex
6.10 pm, Allegheny Ac 7.25 pm. DeForest Ac
Train arriving at at 4.35 p m leaves B! & O de
pot, Pittsburg, at 2 :40 o'clock.
Butler and Greenville Coach will leave Alle
gheny at 2:50 p. m, dally except Snnday. Con
necting at WlllowgTOve, arriving at Butler at
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars and tlrst-class
Day Coaches run through between Butler and
For through tickets to points In the West
Northwest or Southwest apply to
A. B. CROUCH, Agent
Trains leave the B. ti O. depot In Pittburg
for the East as follows.
For Washington D c\, Baltimore, Philadel
phia, uad New York. 12:20 and 930 p. m.
Cumberland, 8:15.2 :20,1:10, 930 p. m. Con
nelsvllle. 8:15, 12:20, 1.10, 4.30. 5.50 and 9.20 p. m.
Untontown. 8.15 a. m , 1 10.4.30 and 5.50 p. m.
Mt. Pleasant. 8:15 a. in., 1.10 and 4:30 p. 111.
Washington. Pa. 7.25 and 915 a. in.. 4.00,
4.45 and 9.25,11.25 p. m. Wheeling. 7.25 and.
9.15 a. m.. 4.00, 9.25. 11.25 p, m. Cincinnati, St
Louts, ColumbU3and Newark, 7.25 a. m.. 9.25
11. 25 p.m.
For Chicago. 2.40 and 9.30 p. m.
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Wash
ington, Cincinnati and Chicago.
miKBCBG, t-HBSANCO & LAKE ERIE 8.8.
Takes effect Monday, April 2, 1894.
Train* are run by Standard Central Time (90tli
Meridian.) One hour slower than City Time.
Coix'i Nokth. Going South
10 ! 14 12 | STATIONS j 9 : 11 11
p,m p.m. Lv [a.m. a.m. pm
l 2 39
j - a. m.
7 00 USB 10 to Eric 0 05 8 40 3 35
e 25 1 23 925 Wallace Junct. 6 42j 927 4 12
c 20 1 is 9 15 (ilrard t; 46 9 31 1 15
6 09 1 08 9 03 .... Loekport C 59 9 42 4 20
0 02 1 01 855 . Cianesvllle ... 7 OTj 9 50, 4 34
3 10 io 3T....Conncaut....| | 740 310
G 43: ! £ 40: ar r', (10 31 i 6 43
5571157 8 49 ar.. ..Albion lv 7 111 9354 37
54312 45 8 36.... Shadeland.. ! 7 22 10 04 451
54r12 42 832 . Sprlntbor o •• 7 28(10 07 456
53312 35 825 Conneautvllle- 73510 14 503
50812 15 805 .Mea'v'le Jct- .j 8 0»|1C 36 525
♦53 ' 7 38 lv Con n't Lake - 10 17 4 53
• ••.! 8 IB ar ar 8 16 10 50 5 37
428 .... TOO l v . Meadvllle ..lv 9 50i 428
pin ... i 8 42ar ar 8 42'11 28! 0 03
.... 11 5H 745 . Hartstown.... 10 47 5a
.... 11 53 7 40 Adamsvllle 10 52 5 41
No 2 11 43 7 281 Osgood No I'll 00 4 53
e 23 11 35] 7 ig (ireenvllle ... G 30 11 15 c 05
G 18 11 25 7 Otl Shenango.... G 40 U 25 6 20
5 58 11 02 0 47 Kredonla 7 03 11 4*: G 38
5 39 10 44 6 29; Morcer 7 22 12 07 7 CJ
5 25 10 2» C 12. Pardoe 7 M 12 22 7 14
5 13 10 20 C 00 drove city... 7 47 12 33 7 25
5 00 10 08 5 4«1... Harrlsvllle.... 1 7 58 12 45 7 36
4 52,10 00 5 lo|.. 8 OG|l2 54: 7 •!">
155 7 4". 835 lv . Ilranchton.ar 735 12 15 72 s
5 45; SIK JO ar...Milliard...lv 6 50,11 15) 64<
4 46! 9 551 5 35-lv.. Keisters 8 10 12 581 7 4®
4 32 9 4L'| 5 211 Euclid 8 22 1.12 8 0®
4 <o| 9 15| I ro| Butler. 8 50 1 421 8 3-'
150. 7 20 Allegheny, l'Jiiv fTIo 3 501 •
pin !a 111 .. p. mp. m
J. T. BEAIK. General Manager, tireenvllle. pa
W. O. SAUCE A NT, O. P. A.. Meadvllle, Pa
hi tTek coC"SrT
Fire insurance Co.
•ftice Gor. Main & Cunningham fit*.
H. C. IIKINEMAN, SECRETARY.
Alfred Wick. Henderson Oliver,
:)r. W. Irvln. .lames Stephenson,
W. W. Blackmore, N. Weltzel,
F. Bowman. D. T. Norrls.
(Leo Ketterer. ('has. Kebhun,
Ueo. Kenno, John Koenlmc
LOYAL S. M'JIiNFIU. Agent
Storm Bird, 9459.
Buffalo Boy, 3882.
Storm Bird, record 2:35 at 4 years, is by
Lord liussell, full brother of Maud S.,
2:08}, sire of Kremlin, 207 J. His dam has
a record of 2:26} and is a producer. Mis
grand-dams are Green Mountain Maid
and Miss Kussell. They are dams ot the
Jwo greatest stallions—Electioneer and
Nutwood—and have 14 foals in the 2:30
list, 8 of their descendents in the 2:o9Jlist,
2G in the 2:15 list, 820 in the 2:30 list and
holds 43 of the world's records. We make
his terms lower than this blood can be had
elsewhere—s2s to insure.
Butl'a'io Coy is by Pocahontas Boy, sire
of Buffalo Girl, 2:12 J. His first dam is a
producer through her lirst son and his
second dam is dam of Stephen M. 2:28$
Me is a representative ot the Pocahontas
Tom llall and American Star families,
lie is large, fine and a good breeder. Two
of bis colts have sold for SI,OOO inside of
two years, both raised in Franklin town
ship, this county. Farmers and breeders
should consult their own interests and
breed to a horse like this and raise large
fine drivers that bring the highest price at
the present time. We make his terms to
suit the times— sls to insure.
These horses will be found at my barn
during the summer ol 18S)4. Description
and pedigrees sent on application.
MEN WANTED £
ITnjJTng" or not
uecessary. Steady employment. Best
terms. Write at once and secure choice
of territory. ALLEX NCBSKRY CO.,
Rochester, N. V
Did it ever occur to you that there are
drugs and drugs—that "drugs are like evt-ri
thing else—then- are good, bid and indif
lerent. There is nothing which is
positively bad if it is'nt just of the best
Our policy has alwiys been to have m-th
ing but the best.
When you want drugs come to as and he
assured of fresh pure goods, and always
what you ask for or vonr prescription calls
lor. It may not always be drugs you want
either. We always have on hand a full
line of sick room requisites.
G. IU, ISOYD,
Diamond Block, Butler, Pa.
'fHE BUTLKR COUNTY
CAPITAL PaldJCp, ... gIOO.OOO.Oft.
M'BPLI'S AJTD PBOFITB, - $16,869.64.
Jcs. Hart man. Pres't,
J. V. Kltts, Vice Pres't, C. A. Bailey, Cashier,
Jos. Hartman, C. P. Collins. X. M. Hoover
oiin Humphrey. ,r. v. Ritta,
E. E. Abrams. Leslie Hazlett. I. G. Smith,
W. S. Waldron. W.Henry Wilson. M. Flnegan.
A general banking business transacted. In
terest paid on time deposits. Money loaned on
Foreign exchange bought and sold.
INSURANCE COMPANY of
NORTH AMERICA,IO2d Year
Home of Now York,
Hartford of Hartford,
Phoenix of Brooklyn,
Continental of New York,
Assets $6,3&o,ooo,oo, Jj
NEW YORK LIFE,
E. E. ABRAMS & CO,
Office In HUSELT'ON BUILDING, near
Court House, Butler, Pa I
LIST OF UNSEATED LANDS
To be sold lor taxes by County Treasurer
John T. Martin,at public outcry,nt the Cou»t
House in Butler, Pa., on
MONDAY THE Uth OF JUNE, 18y-l, AT
1 O'CLOCK, P. M,
Owners. acres, yrs. amt tax
Negley Anderson et al % 100 1891 19 00
Campbell J J <fc Brandon 294 1891 30 63
SA Campbell 275 IS9I 52 06
WBSedwiok 15 IS9I-2 20 57
Kobert Barron 50 la;<2 13 07
Keed J Campbell 113 1892 36 91
William Kennedy 171 lgyz 36 91
John McCune 20 1892 4 97
A M Thompson 40 1892 4 GO
Book C C house and lot 1891 2 41
Potto heirs 10 1891 1 31
B\V Cress lot 1892 1 31
John Dunn lot 1892 3 22
I S McGinuis lot 1892 1 40
J r oße Ph Carry lot 1892 1 40
Jacob Thompson 2 1892 1 31
Geo Ziegler 185 1891-2 28 30
John Allen 50 1892 3 27
»V J Kiskadden 26 1891 6 18
W C Martin 7 1592 44
Detmore McKinney j 1892 50
Geo Ziegler 50 1892 6 00
D W Brandon lot 1892 50
Mary McGinnU 4i 1892 1 88
John W. Allen 133 1891 16 10
M D Goldinger heirs 70 1891-2 29 45
Michael Kerr heirs 4 1891-2 153
White Martin 90 1892 10 12
S A Fithian 14 1891-2 684
Starr & Britton 80 1891-2 40 27
A H Maxwell 50 1891 5 64
A D Kamerer 5 1892 1 21
Forest Oil Co. 1518 )i 12 1 £
J 1 Starr 99 1892 9 09
CHERBY TOWNSHIP. ,
John Dunn Sr. 33 1891 3 96
M N Randall 8 1891 50
Bredin <fc Donaghy 70 1892 20 44
James Bredin 124 1892 35 72
Gieenwood Oil Co. 1 1892 36
Thomas J Moore lot 1892 2 68
LMe Fan lot 1891-2 78
Ihomaa McKnight 19 1891 S 67
Thomas B Ravrie's heirs 50 1891-2 26 48
Daniel Denny 25 1892 4 79
Naucy II Brown lot 1892 21
F J Beatty 2J 1893 22
T J Dim more lot 1992 19
Nathan Muroy 3 lots 1892 3d
Rachel Waguer heirs 50 1892 8 19
John Purviance 41 1892 504
Mary E McGuirk 19 1891 2 OS
Elizabeth Layton 12 1892 1 48
Audrew Barber 100 1892 7 50
John N Puryiauce 140 1891 23 28
E Raabe lot 1891 17
John M Thompson 10 1891 1 17
Thomas J Atwell 45 1891 7 30
Christy <fc Cannon 25 1891-2 12 30
Simeon Edwada 20 1891 7 76
J C Fuller 10 1891-2 19 14
Gillespie <k Co ,1 18:1-2 760
A M McNamara 58 1891 19 17
G W Morrow 25 1 891-2 13 95
J ohu P Robinson 2 lots 1891 75
Stanley JLauky 10 1891 206
Elizabeth Sedwick heirs 50 1891-2 22 76
II L I'aylor <Sc Co 50 1892 ll 34
David Kamerer 60 1892 13 86
Ed Dainbach 15 1891 3 74
Wll 11 Riddle 15 1891 3 74
Theo Kelly heirs 39 1891-2 16 23
D F Kelly 40 1891 9 19
Michael Kelly 31 1891 6^94
Elizabeth Patterson 39 I*9l-2 10 14
R M Sloans 38 1891 7 64
J C Vanderliu 50 1891-2 17 14
Mrs Jane Blaire 12 1891-2 536
Wm Smith 60 1891-2 51 32
C Everson house 1891 3 44
A M Mcßride 50 1892 7 83
James Sutton 20 1891- 26 65
Joseph Simuimers 1 1891 47
S P Irwin 77 1892 730
James L Conn 100 1891-2 29 50
OD Thompson 60 1891 14 12
John Galloway 100 1892 19 38
JIS McLaughlin 2 lots 1891 64
James Bredin 150 1892 15 00
Jacob Hepler, dee'd lot 1892 2 10
Wm Thorn lot 1892 2 10
Montgomery lot 1892 70
• a || V n MEH, local or travel
UU AN I I" I I *»>>'• tn sell m V Kuaran.
■I Ull I I IJ ii '-ii Nukskry .STOCK
Salary or Commission
paid weekly. Outfit free. Special attention
Klven to beginners. Workers never fall to make
good weekly w ages. Write me at once for par
E 0. GRAHAM, Nurseryman.
(TUla house Is reliable.) Kocubstkk, N Y
Xu cHTtetfis .
-n .1 tg when in Cntcago, wiii find't On t. • *
V. 4W UvnftAa*- •> •< LORD & THOMAS*
I v *f / itjjf \^^\
GOOD STYLISH CLOTHES AT SMALL COST. We are
showing a nobby line of Westminster suits for young men—Long
frocks and sacks will be the leading style for spring.
Our large line of boys and childrens suits arc up to our usual
standard, and the variety is the largest ever shown by us.
We solicit a call for inspection.
CLOTHIER AND GENTS FURNISHER.
104 S. Main St., Butler, Pa.
A GOOD PAIR
Of Pants for a dollar note in a neat check
Cassimere any regular size that will give
you two cents worth of wear for each spent
cent. Fifty cents more, $1.50 will buy you
a good pair of Cassimere Pants with two fif
ty's worth of wear concealed about their
persons. $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 will give you
choice of a splendid assortment of Panta
loons, but if you want
To Dfaw To
The best pair of Pants for the money that ever
encased your lower extremit : es you should make it
a point to invest in a pair of our Special $2.50
Pantaloons. There's a dozen or so styles to select
from in handsome patterns. Tailor-Made Patns at
$3.00 to $5.00.
ARE YOU PANTING FOR PANTS?
SCHAUL & NAST,
137 South Main street, Butler.
Are yon a short, fat man? ,
Are yon a tall, slim mam?
Are you any kind of a man
or boy in need of clothes?
If you are, come in and we ll fit you
in a suit of clothes, for less money than
you ever bought them for before.
Yours for Clothing,
Cor. Main and Cunningham Sts. Batler Pa.
M A Specialty.
At Redick's Drag Store. •&-
We do not handle anything but
pure drugn, next time you are in
need of medicine please give us a
call. We are headquarters for pure
as we use only pore fruit juices, we
also handle Paris Oreen, hellebore,
insect powder, London purple and
J. C. REDICK,
Main M..next,'u He t« I L<wry
F. C. WHITMARSH,
CUTLER, N. Y.
Breoder of Pure Bred Poultry.
Considering the stringency In the money
market at the present time. I have concluded
to sellers at the following very low figures.
Solid BulT I.CKhornu, - $1.60 per 14
t.ood Huff l.r(thorns - 1.00 ' J®
N. C. W. Leghorn* - - 1.00 15
11. P. liorka - - 1.00 . 15
(Brown Kkk strain.)
Am. Dominique ... 1.00 15
(WOcox strain) *
Indian (iames - - - 1-50 • 15
(Hharp and Abbott strain)
Imperial Pekln Dark* - - 1.00 "13
H. Bronze Turkey* - • 12.50 ' J
circular free. (DeKalb Strain) J 8.00 13
\z. EASTER! \Z
Our millinery department is full
of the newest and choicest goods.
Beautiful and Artistic "Patterns,"
newest ideas in untrimmed hats and
French effects in jet Braids and
M. F. & M. MARKS,
113 to 117 S. Main St., - - Butler.
• (JOSSER'S •
O CRF:AM GLYCERINE.
has do equal for chapped hand*, lips or
m face, or arty roughness of the sklu. and 9
Is not excelled as a dressing for tin* face
aft<*r shaving. Sold by druggists at
T .venty-flve Cents a Bottle.
Net 52 Per cent Net.
The above amount was earned and paid to
1 he subscribers to our Special B. <• .Si"®*'?
s the result of our operations In tho Stock
Market from Dec. 18th. 1893 to Feb. 15.1896. 100
to 300 per cent profit per annum. Can be made
tree. * CO..
Bankers £ Brokers,
41 Broadway. N. Tf
EDROPEAN * HOTEL.
315,S.;Main St., - - Butler, Pa.
ALEX WILLIAMS, Prop'r.
Everything new—Electric light,
gas and water.
J* Lodging 35, 50 and SI.OO. *J
♦ meals at 25 cts.
Boarding at SI.OO a day. ***
Lunch Counter open all night.
Attention, Farmers and Fruit Growers.
Would you not like to have a llat of formulas
of the different sprays lor the different kinds of
fruit. Has the laea never entered your mind
that it would be an excel lent thing to have f
owinii to the great demand for such a list of
receives. Uronman « Oebterllng are haying a
lot printed and will distribute tnem free of
charge to such as will call at their place of busi
ness on MlfUln St. These , owing to the cost or
having them printed will be given to men only.
Next time you are in town call and get one and
ask them to show you their spray pump. You
may have seen spray pumps before.but you wIU
be astonished at this when you see how easy It
operates. £'® ota ug a .
Mifnin St. Bntier, Pa.
I'VE GrOISTE! ioo „ , ,
To my large new building, 188 i ederal
street where everyone will have the choice
of the largest and most complete stock of
the oldest and best Brandies, Rye Whis
kies, Wines, etc. in the city. A. A. pure
Kye, $2.00 gal ; Tippecanoe, 3J year old,
$2.23; Cabinet, $2.50; Bridgeport A Thomp
son's Export pure Rye, $0.50 par gal.;
Golden Wedding, Gibson's and Robinson
Co. Ryes, Dougherty's, Monticello and
H annißville.ss.so:also the finest 5 year old
California Wines, eight brands, dry and
sweet, $1.50 per gal.; imported goods
special low figures. Ordsrs par mail
promptly attended to. No extra charge
for jogs or packing. Telephone 549.
J * * A. AWDERMKK,
188 FEDERAL ST. ALLEGHE?"
L. E. Crumbling*
Breeder of Thoroughbred PoultryJ
HALL, YORK CO., PA.
Ind. Games $2 to $lO. Buff Leg
horns $2, B. and W Minorces sl, B.
P. Itocks sl, Houdans $l,B. L. *V j
andotis sl. Stock for sale after Bept.
A. T. BLACK.
Boom ¥., Armory Building,'. Butler,
CLOTHIER, Butler, Pa.