Butler citizen. (Butler, Pa.) 1877-1922, June 01, 1894, Image 3

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    the citizen
BOTLKB UI A population of aboutifcooo.
It is the Oountjr seat of Butler County, with
railway*, natural fas. and unequalled
facilities tor mecutaeturea.
Progress e^rywhere; new bondings, new
»«nnhrtiifw a and prosperous town.
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and one year in advance, and to all new
subscribers paying in advance, the New
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New Advertisements.
Executor's notice, estate cf Isaac Wise.
Teachers' Examinations.
Kaufmanns' hot wave dress goods.
Show notices.
NOTB—AiI advertisers intending to make
cangea in their ads. should notify ns of
their intending to do so, not later than
Monday morning.
Dear woman wants tbe earth for sleeve,
She want* tbe sky for bat;
She also wants a knothole when
She sees a mouse or rat.
—A snow-storm seemed imminent on
Mondsy morning.
—Tbe registry 'i»ts should be hanging at
*ll tbe polling pi .ces, this week.
—Rimersborg, Clarion Co., was almost
entirely destroyed by fire, last Saturday.
—Tbe disease called "yellows" has at
tacked thousands of the peach trees of this
—Mis. Vandeibilt rejoices in the posses
sion of the most beautiful cat in tbe world;
itoost no less than SI,OOO.
—Some of our bicyclers have lately
knocked children down, while tnrniog cor
ners. and tbe police threaten arrests.
—Johnny Richey has bad some trouble
regarding partition walls, and bas there
fore given up building at present.
—The monument committee will meet
Jane 6th at 7 P. M. in Ralston A Greer's
A terrible accident happened on the P
it W. this morning. Joe Orbison's silk bat
was run over and is a complete loss.
WAXTBD: Dock and goose eggs for hatch
ing. A fair price paid. Address at once,
with prices, etc. Nixons Home, Batler.
—The Pittsburg ball club climbed into
first place on Tuesday by defeating Bal
timore, while New York defeated Cleve
—The next bicycle race will probably be
annonnoed before long. Tbe distance will
likely be fifteen or twenty miles and the
prises will be something nice.
—There are now 12 or 14 head of horses
in training at the race track here, and the
Bowser Bros., of Kittanning, have made
arrangements to bring 30 Head of theirs
—A small brown worm, btving a yellow
•tripe aroand it, is catting off tbe corn in
aome seotions. It cats it off just above
Sond and then follows the plant down to
e seed, catting as it goes.
—Some citisens of Gallery and vicinity
lately drilled a water well 177 feet deep,
eased it 105 feet, and now have a supply of
?ure and soft water. Tbe woll princes
1,000 gallons daily.
—The house of Frank Fisher in Jackson
twp., was struck by lightning and badly
injured a few days ago. Miss Frances
Fisher was made unconscious for an hour
by the shock.
—The rain pat a damper on tbe obser
vance of Decoration day; bat the people of
Ba()er assembled in tbe Court room, and
beard some good music and listened to a
well prepared and appropriate oration by
J. C. Scott.
—There will be an ice cream and Uraw
berry entertainment at tbe W. C. T. U.
Hall, W. Jefferson Bt. on Friday evening
Jane Ist, for the benefit of tbe Fountain
Pond. Their *lll be no meeting of tbe W. i
C. T. U. on Friday afternoon. 1
—County Superintendent McCollough,
this week, advertises (be "Teachers' Er
aminations 'for North Washington, West
Sunbury, Slipperyrock and Prospect, as i
see noboe in another place Examinations
will also be held in Batler on tbe last Sat
ardays of Jane, July and August.
—The basa ball game on Deo oration day i
between the Holy Ghost College club of :
Pittsburgh, and tbe home team, was al
most completely spoiled by the rain. Tbe
faroe was called in the sth inning to allow
the visitors to catch a train, wben tbe
soore was 12 to 9 iu tbeir favor.
—Dr. Emmanuel, member of tbe State
Phamaoeatieal board, cn Tbursday <
brought charges against D. A. Harvey for
dispensing drugs without a diploma.
Squire MoAboy discharged Mr. Harvey,
as be has only a business interest in the
City Pharmacy and does not put up any
— S. B. Martinoourt A Co. have placed
on tbeir wooden sbow-horse a set of har
ness ot their own make, and will make a
present of tbe harness to the person gues
sing nearest to the exact weight of the
horse. Tbe book to register tbe guessing
will be open next Monday and will close at
noon of July 20tb.
—Tbe verdict in tbe case of Frank Clark
versus tbe borough of Butler for damages
caused ss be claimed because of tbe grade
of tbe street fronting bis property on tbe
Diamond, beitig lowered, was for tbe de
fendant, or in other words, Clark guts
nothing. Out on West Pearl St the prop
erty of Loyal Brackney was injured to
some extent, and the Council settled with
him last week for $125.
—At the coming meeting of tbe Alle
gheny Co. Medical society, tbe Jail physi
cian will ask that body to appoint a com
mittee to look into tbe matter of executions
and if possible devise some method more
speedy and less shocking than banging
If this can be done, the next session of leg
islature will be called upon to pass a bill
in accordance with tbe committee's find
ing. The Hill case has plainly shown that
some new method is necessary.
—Two oi tbe veiwers appointed by tbe
if'© Court to assess damages lor that part of
that old grave yard which the School
Board has approprated for school purposes,
Hewers Humphrey and Robner, viewed
tbe premisos last Thursday and awarded
damages to tbe heirs of Norbert Folu in
$433.33, and to tbe heirs ot Samuel Cun
ningham in $566.66.-or SIOOO, in all. This
award it is said will be appealed by the
heirs of N. Foltz, and so the matter will
rest for a time.
—W. E. Tustin tbe affable general man
ager of tbe Pbcenix Co. was up from Pitts
bnrg for several days of this and last week,
and enthused those of our citizens who
■poke to him on tbe new railroad. He is
Just as earnest in affirming that tbe rail
road will be built as at first. Hut it is a
project tbat moves slowly. Tbe contract
nas not been let for building the road, as
was reported recently, and the manager
could not say when this would take place,
but it will come sooner or Inter. It is now
generally understood tbat tbe survey for a
railroad from Allegheny to Butler which
was recently made are in the interests of
this Co's survey from here to Butler and
manj are of the opinion that it is f ar more
reaching than this.—East Brady Review.
—The Meadville byoicle race was run on
Decoration Day in spii* of the fact that
the roads were very muddy. The Batler
boys entered were Paul E. Cronenwett,
David Ensminger, Norman Bredin, Ernest
and George Cronenwett,and others.
Tbe distance was 13 miles to Saegertown
and return, and various handicaps were
given. Paul Cronenwett was toe only
scratch man, although all the best riders
of Greenville, Meadville, Erie, Franklin,
eto , were tbere.
The race waa won by Kasher of Geneva
in 1 hr. and lty seo., with Ensminger 4th
with seeond time. Croneiwett broke
down when half way, wben be bad Just
caught all tbe men. He would "have won
easily, it is thought.
—See tbe bargains we are offering
to fine Henriettas. Just think of it,
$1 00 iroHe for 68 cents and 75 cent
yoode for £>9 cents at
L. STEIN A 801 rp.
Court lor the trial of ctf il causes was
continued thi* week with Judges Greer
Harry White of Indiana, presiding: and up
to the time of our ifmng to press the fol
lowing cause* on the list have been dispos
ed of.
Catharine Pfeiffer vs J S Brown et al.
Verdict for detendant.
P 8 Clark vs Boro of Butler. For de
C E Shirley vg E L and Jos Portman.
Settled by the parties.
Denny, David and Jas Logan vs Martin
k Kline. Jury found *317 damages for
Jhe case of the Oil Well Supply Co. vs
D L Allen and wife was continued.
John Balfour TS C T Russell and George
Rindfnss. Under instructions from Court
the jury returned for defendant.
Jos Harbison vs Standard Plate Glass
Co. By direction of Court veraict for
$122 94 returned for plaintiff. Motion for
new trial made by defendant.
W E Cooper vs Tbos B Smith, continu
Jas Norman v* Jas E Bauman, Defen
dant confessed judgment for sl6.
The case of Millerstown Lodge Knights
of Pythias vs H J Ileyl and S D Bell was
L J McQuistion vs Geo Schoffner. For
Leonard Schenck vs W H Gardner and
others. Verdict fives plaintiff S2OO dam
H P Double vs Union Heat and Light
Co. On trial.
Loyal Brackney vs Butler Boro. Set
The will of Isaac Wise of Penn twp. was
probated and letters to Calvin and Geo B
Letters of adm'n were granted to John
Humphrey on estate of Wm Hockenberry
late of Worth twp.
The wills of Lydia Barrickman of Butler
twp., John Martin of Prospect, Mar} N
Campbell of Concord twp and Cassie Elder
of Butler were probated.
The will of Elizabeth Adams, late of
Washington twp. was probated and letters
granted to I N Meals
Last Friday was sentence day in the U.
S. District Court in Pittsburg and quite a
number of convicted counterfeiters, post
office robbers and others received various
sentences ranging from 13 months to 6
years in the pen.
On Thursday last the Pardon Board re
commended that Gov Pattison respite J.
N. Hill, the murderer of Mrs. Roetrler, for
four months; and it is thought be will die
from natural causes before the end of that
Laura E. Beckwith to Joel Beckwith I—3
acres in Slipperyrock for SSOO
Joel Beckwith to U M Reddsck 118 acres
in Slipperyrock for $2957.50.
R P. Scott to M L Starr lot in I etrolia
for $22 50. .
Jas Shields to Harrison Shields - acres
in <Vorth for SIOO. .
Daniel Lardin to Gilbert Brown lot in
Penn for S3OO.
8 C Trimble to E 0 Thompson 2 acres in
Middlesex for $55 .
Chan Yoang to Wm Eicholtz lot in Zelie
nople for S3OO.
Charlotte 0 Iffc to To Eicholtz lot in
Zelienople for S2BOO,
Marriage Licenses.
Oliver Byers Centre twp
Belle Miller Clay twp
Harry G. McKirn Zelienople
Minnie J. Oliver Allegheny
J. C. SbielJ Armstrong Co
Mary D. Collins Winfi-jld twp
Joseph W. Nannab Beaver Co
Mary E. Barchart Fairview twp
At Pittsburg. Frank A. Schaney, of
Zelienople, and Minnie Holderman, of
The Markets.
Oar grocers are paying 12 for butter, 10
for eggs. 40 for potatoes, 23 cts per dozen
for rhenbarb, 8 ots per lb for lettuce, and
15 to 20 a doz. bonches for new onious.
Timothy hay from country waitons sls
to 17, mixed hay *9 50, to 10.50, straw
$6.00 to 7.00.
Country roll butter 14 to 15, fresh eggs
llto 11J, dressed chicken*. drawn 11 to
12, spring chickens 50 to 75 per pair.
Potatoes on track 65 to 70, onions 50
At Herr's Island, Monday, beeves sold
at 3.10 to 4.75. bulls and dry cows at 100 to
3 00, hogs at 3.25 to 5.10. sheep at .75 to
3.75, lambs at 100 to 5.50, and calves at
2 00 to 4.65.
Trumbull county, Ohio, wool buyers re
port that if present quotations by local
buyers couut for anything, the price of
wool is to bo even lower this year than
last. Within tbe past few days one Trnm
bull county buyer has contracted for four
car loads of unwashed wool, of this seasons
clip, at 14 cents a pound, and it is believed
that the washed product will not range
much above 18 or 20 cents. —A'jr.
—Bicycle riders, if you want the
best high grade wheel made, buy tbe
Colombia, price $125. or if you want
a good cheap wheel buy the Crescent
price $75 R. L. Kirkpatrick, th e
enterprising Jeweler of 246 S. Main
St. has the agoncv for these celebra
ted wheels this season. Address
him for circular, etc.
—Summer Dress Goods at the
lowest prices at the PEOPLE'S STORE.
—Cloaks at your own price No
reasonable offer refused—they must
—Tenuey's New York candies in
sealed packages at tbe City Bakery.
Largest assortment and best values
n Dress Goods and Cloaks at
Rye Wanted.
The highest prices paid for rye at
tbe mill of GEO. WALTER A SON.
Butler, Pa
—Turkish Silk Candy, have you
seen it? A novelty in confections.
Pare, richly flavored and delicious.
To be had only at the City Bakery.
—Znver's Pictures leave nothing
wanting in finish, tone or a correct
Don't forget us on Hosiery *nd-
Gloves, we always have the best at
lowest prices
Boarding House Cards, with Act
of Assembly, 25 cents for half-a-doaen,
for sale at CITIZEN office,
greatest bargain ever offered—was
SI.OO a yard—now only 50 cents,
just half price at
—Take your children to Zuver'e
Gallery tor Pictures that will %uit
you. Postoffice building
—Best Buffalo flannels reduced to
95 cents a yard at
Clearance sale of all winter goods
Greatest bargains in dry goods and
> cloaks ever known at
' Now is tbe 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 wa nts some
l ful plant* this summer. Com e y
City Bakery any time and make
a selection.
Col. Jackson, of New Castle, orated at
both Zelienop'e and Harmony, Wednes
Joel Beckwith is home from West
Prof. McCollough and W. 11. Hitter
were among tbe Butler men at Hariisburg
last week; also Ross and Al. Mechling. of
West Sunbury.
Phil. Nast and family are visiting friends
in Hornellsville, X. Y.
Mrs. Carrie O'Brien, of Baltimore, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Esq.
Cramer of Buffalo twp.
T. B. Scott of St. Joe has removed to
John M. Shim of Parker twp. and R. J.
Thompson ofSunburypii l tb-j CITIZEN a
p'easant visit Tuesday.
Paul Kiester of Kiester was in town on
Tuesday on business connected with his
office of collector.
W. W Blackburnc and wife of Pitts
burg visited John F. Lowry on Sunday.
Mr. Hlackburue is connected with Carne
gie, Phipps it Co.
Nicholas Weitzel ot West Liberty made
the CITIZEN office a nlea.-aut call on Tues
Rev. G W. Critc low preached me
morial sermon . t Prospect, his old home,
on last Sunday Cntchlow ua« charge
an English Lutheran Chare h at Saegers
town, Crawford countv.
Joseph A. Douthett of Brownsdale was
in town Tuesday, he drives a very fine
C. Boyd and family returned Monday
from a visit to friends in Saryersville.
Lea.-ureville, Slate Lick and Taientnm.
Miss Florence Wick of West Pearl St,
entertained the Ancient Art Club on Sat
urday night.
Newton Black returned, Monday morn
ing, from a visit to bis parents in Cali
fornia. He greatly enjoyed his trip and
i« looking well.
Protlionotary Seaton spent Decoration
day at Harrisville. S. F. Bowser was
speaker at that place.
Miss Sadie Steelsmith is home from
school at Pittsburg.
Harry Bell is back from W. & J. College,
having graduated tbere.
S. M. Wiehl, of Zelieuople, who has
been goffering from a nervous affictiou for
Home time, is thinking of going to the
Cumberland mountains in Eastern Tennes
see for the benefit of his health. He is
still able to work a little in bis garden
which is one of the best in the Coanoque
neasing valley.—Settt.
Bill Roa, has had such a longing for his
old home in the soap mines of Butler Co.
that he rigged up a miniature soap factory
in the rear of the Burgess office this morn
ing and poifted the odor as it aseeniUd
from the steaming kettle with evident sat
isfaction. Sqrirc Piper also inhaled the
perfume which reminded him of the long
ago when he used to wallow in the grease
pots of Butler county.— Beaver Falls
Mr. Fred Abel, oi Allegheny City, and
Mis* Maggie Mershimer, ol Euclid, left
last Tuesday morning over the P. S <fc L.
E. It K. to Erie where they were unit-d
in marriage bv Rev. Chapman that even
ing Mr. and Mrs. Abel have the best
wishes of their many friends.
Miss Genier of Altoona who was deceiv
ed by young Sanpp of the same place in
Pittsburg a few day ago, announced her
intention of prosecuting the case, last
week, but as it turneJ out that she was a
married woman on a lark, she did not do
so. Saupp's wife redeemed the ring sent
back to him from Butler.
Oil Notes.
The Fisher Oil Co's No. Vat Herman is
doing 140 bbls a day.
The Triangle Co's. Xo. 2, on tbe Mangel,
Glade Mill field, was finished Monday, and
will make a good producer.
Scblagel 4 Co's well on the John Mar
shall, Bakerstown field, is rated at 50 bbls.,
and Clark, Fauble and Co's well on the
BoxtoD, two miles north of it is in the
Oil was worth 87 a bbl. last Friday, the
best price in nearly four years.
The Fisher Oil Co.'s flowing well on the
Eichenlaub farm' near Herman, was struck
by lightning last Thursday afternoon, and
set on fire. The rig and two tanks fall of
oil were burned, and tbe fire was prevent
ed from spreading by dams Towards
evening the lire at the burning well was
Saint* Your Partners—Balance AW.
Have you ever danced the Quadrille
with your best girlt If you have, then you
will be interested in the Quadrille that is
danced by the big herd of Performing Ele
phants with the Forepaugh Shows. They
dance every one of the figures as perfectly
as it has ever been dono in a ballroom.
Tnat is onlj a part of the performance of
these marvelously trained monsters. It
seems impossible that they coald have the
intelligent*) to learn what they know, aud
quite as impossible for these mountains of
flesh, blood and bono to go through the in
tricate acts they do. No show in tbe
worln has ever presumed to dispute the
fact that the Adam 4-Paw herd of perform
ing Elophants is the Largest and Best
in all the World, and they can be seen in
Butler, next Monday, June 4th 18W, alter
noon and evening.
Teachers' Examinations.
North Washington, June 6, 1894
West Sunbury " 7, "
Slippery Hock, " 8. "
Prospect, " 9, "
And examinations will also bo
htld in Butler the last Saturday of
each of the following months June,
Julv and August
N. C. McCollough.
Co. Supt.
Horses Wanled.
I will buy one car load of horses
and mareß, consisting of general pur
pose horses, aged from 4 to 8 years,
weight from 1,000 to 1,300 pounds.
I will also buy knee actorß and
trotters. lam willing to pay a fair
price for speed and fine drivers
This will be my last load for this
I will beat Millerstown, Monday,
June 4.
West Sunbury, Tuesday, June 5.
Butler, at Wick House, Thursday,
Jane 7, 1894.
Crawford Prince
one of the largest, handsomest and
Boundest standard bred Hambloton
ian Wilkes stallions in the State is
owned by Allen Barr, Prospect.
Terms sls.
—The Peoplea Store i 3 headquar
ters for underwear. Ladies veßt-i 5,
10, 15, and 25 cents.
Jeweler and Optlcan,
125 South Main Sreet, Butler, Pa.
Diamonds, fine watches, jewelry;
spectacles, solid and plated ware con
stantly on hand. Special attention
given to testing and correctly fitting
Crawford Prince.
Go to Allen Barr's, Prospect, and
see Crawford Prince, the large
handsome standard bred young stal
lion who both paces and trots.
Standing at sls.
The latcßt candy out—Tenney's
Vanilla Chocolate Eclairs. For sale
by Thus. A. Morrison
—Try Turkish Silk Candy. For
sale only at City Bakery.
—Tbe most delicious Candy made
—Turkish Silk Candy. At the City
The Oneida Affair.
On Friday last some anion miners from
Milliard; and other points in the county
along the Shensngo road came down to
Oneida and camped on the Huselton farm,
and boarded at the Huaeltou house which
bad been leased by three anion miners who
had been working in the Shenango Co's
mine at Oneida, operated by Mr. Jewell.
The striking miners were orderly them
selves, bat that evening some outsiders
took liquor to the camp, anil some noise
was made which Mr. Jewell called the
Sherilf 't attention to.
sheriff Campbell and deputy Marsli
Douthett, went up next morning and talk
ed to the leaders ot the men, wno profess
ed to be there on a mission of persuasion
and not of violence. They said that Mr.
Jewell had broken faith with them as to
closing his mine, that they would do no
unlawful acts, would keep off the compa
ny's property, not disturu or annoy neigh
boring fanners, etc. Mr. Camptell maJe
them a iiltle speech, saying he would do
lis duty fearlessly if necessary, advised
the men to keep the peace, talked to Mr.
Jewell and his foreman and came back.and
at noon ot that day the miners quit work
Tnis mine is located on the Blaine farm,
hall a mile from the railroad, and had been
running eighteen men, three of whom were
union men and quit when the strike is as
ordered. The others stayed on and were
receiving 50 cents a ton.
Ou Monday the strikers left Oneida, and
marched to their homes at Gomersol and
Milliards via YT.-M soolmry, very
thai, .ucj uad accomplished their purpo.-e.
John Yogan, a farmer and old soldier ol
MuddycreeK twp., was accidently killed
while working on the roads last Monday
evening, lie was prying a large stone out
of the road with a pole to which a team was
hitched, when the sione rolled out of the
way, and the disengaged pole struck Mr.
Vog»n on the head and made him insensi
ble He died during the night. He was
52 years of age and leaves a wile and seven
—A former Butler boy was a participant
in a very fad affair tu PitlsDurg on Wed
nesday ot last week, Barry Sherman, and
a companion naoieu Maxwell while racing
on bicycles down Filth avenue rau into
two young men who were foot-racing, one,
ltiley, was knocked about tweuty feet, a
horrible gash was cut in his forehead, and
he never recovered consciousness. The
accident was clearly accidental.
Base Ball.
The Oil City ball club, under the
iiianagt.neni ol Guy llecker, played in
Butler on Thursday and Friday, the scores
beitif?7 to 5 ar.d 11 to sin their favor. The
1; 'J.a boy* played a good game on Thurs
day and the spectators enjoyed it, but rank
errors on Friday took much interest irom
the game. Tne Oil City men are ball
play era and a most gentlemanly club.
What the home boys need is more prac
tice games, and some sharp coaching.
St-veral very i:eepy plays were made
Friday, in marked contrast with the sharp
clear support they gave Martin on the day
Third Excursion to Cincinnati.
Mrs Core's third und excursion to
Cincinnati for the season will leave Butler
on Wednesday, June 27, over the P. <fc W.
K. K. to Allegheny, thence by the Steamer
Hudson to Cincinnati. These trips have
been pronounced to be a "joy forever" by
all who have participated in them. A rest
to the weary, and an excellent chance for
young people to gain knowledge and ex
perience by travel under the care of a com
petent chaperon. This trip will cost sl3.
70 from Butler and return By sending
5 cents for postage I will mail you a
beautiful souvenir book of the Ohio river
and its scenery. All questions cheerfully
answered. Call on or address Mrs. X. C.
Core, Batler Music Store, Butler, Pa.
Lire to Laugh awl Laugh to Live.
If you don't want to laugh, stay at home
when the Adam Forepaugh Shows come
to town. These Shou s are full of the
Funniest Clows jon ever saw They sing
and dance and havo their mad frolic, and
a man would have to be deaf, dumb, and
blind that could help laughing at tbem.
Some people go through the world think
ing that it is sinful to laugh Maybe you
are one of them. If you ain't and really
want t# have a hearty l»i:sjb at fun that is
as pure and clean as the laugh'er of little
children, see the Funny Clowns in the
Adam Forepaugh Shows I' will do you
good, it will do the childreu good and it
would be simply downright mean to keep
them home from a circus like the one with
the Adam Forepaugh Sbowa. Yes, it is
true, that they will learn a lot of things
they ought to know in the wonderful
Menagerie with the Adam Forepaugh
Shows, and nothing they ought not know;
but give them a chance to see the Clowns
and let them laugh till their little hearts
are full of delight, and the world will bo
all the brighter for them, and you too.
They will study better and they will work
better, and they will be better for havit.g
had a good, hearty laugh at the Adam 4-
I'aw Funny Clowns in Butler next mon
—Umbrellas in great variety at
—Turkish Silk Candy made now
in Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberrv
and Violet flavors. For sale only by
Tbos. A. Morrison.
( ICE,
For sale by J. A. Ricbey. Leave
yonr orders at tbo Bakery.
—Fine potted plants and flowers of
all kinds at the City Bakary
—lce cream delivered to all parts
of the city in any quantity and at any
time. Leave your order at the City
Bargains in remnants and odd
lots of goods—come qaick for choice.
Potted plants and flowers of all
kinds. Anything you may want in
plants at City Bakerv
—Job work of all kind done at the
—Fruit culture is more profitable
to the farmer uow than his other
crops, thrown Bros. Co, the most
extensive nursery house in the U S ,
have a vacancy ic this section
Write them at Rochester, N. Y , for
their terms.
The World's Fair Rebuilt for
the Pages of History.
The "Book of the Builders" one ol
the most artistic and magnificeDt
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.
Men's spring under
wear in white me
rino and tine bal
brigan, sold by
others for r )oc., our
price 35c.
Straw and light stiff hats
at one-third below regu
lar prices.
Men and boys clothing
at proportionally low
120 South Main Street, Butler, Pa.,
The Mikado,
The production of Mikado at the Opera
House on Thursday. Friday and Saturday
nights was greeted by large and appreci
ative audiences. It wa«> a complete suc
cess in every way and a large sain was re
alized for the Order of the Elks, under
whose auspices tne opera was given.
Mr. C. A Parker, as Ko-Ko, the Lord
High Executioner, was immense and kep-.
everyone completely nnder the influence
of bis merriment, His singing, acting,
facial gestures, and in fact, his whole stage
presence, seemed to catch the audience ex
uctlv. Miss Marie Sandol of Pittsbarg,
saag the part of Vum-Y am. Her personal
attractions, sweet and cultivated voice,
and graceful acting added much to the
part, and assisted very much to create the
good impression made by the lovers. Xan
ki Poo. taken by Mr. Jas. Colgrove, aiso
of I'itisburg. made sad havoc among the
su<ceptable hearts in tne audience His
singing was greatly liked, and with his
line s age presence, u:.d a little better con
i.iiigof the lines, he would make an ideal
son of the Emperor
Mr Lois Ouncan made a very accept
able Pooh-Bah. F. M. Keene. as the Mi
k*do, made a hit. His singing and acting
showed his old acquaintance with the part.
Mi.-»e« EunicelCroucb and Mairgie Knittle
were beautiful little maids from school.
For amateurs they sang and otherwise took
their parts extremely well. Mrs Holms
made a very good Ka'.isha.
'-r'-Hn-'ri! aepowparym'-nt was good,
and the choruses were all that could be
expected, if not more.
About $650 was realized from the sale of
seats for the three nights and as the ex
penses run about <HSO, S2OO will te left for
the charity lund of the Elks. The com
mittee in charge, and all connected are to
be congratulated for tbe success following
their earnest endeavors.
F. M. Keene,of Butler, who so ably took
the part of Mikado, is a veteran in such
productions aud has taken part in nearly
all the Sullivan operas. Misses Crouch
and JCnittle had their first experience in
anything so elaborate and acquitted them
selves with high honor*. The other home
sinaers did surpas-ingly well and the
credit belongs to all.
The outride singers who took part in tbe
opera are members of the Ideal Opera Co.,
of Pittsburg, aud are pupils of Mrs Chas
Parker, who is a member of tbe distingu
ished Andrews family. Mrs. Parker is the
leading teacher in her line in Pittsbarg,
aud charges $2 a half hour for lessons.
Parker himself has be<>n tbe leading com
ediau and singer of the Strauss Opera Co
the Andrews Opera Co, the Parker Opera
Co. tho Ideal Opera Co. Parker is addi
tionly a professional ball player Mr Col
grove is a bonk keeper i i the Oil Well Sup
ply Co. offices al Pittsburg. Mr. Duncan is
also a member of the Ideal Opera Co. Mis«
Sandol is a daughter of Dr Sandol one of
the leadiug pby»icauß of East Uud, aud a
very fine gentleman. Mrs Holmes, of Oil
Citv, is the widow of the late John Holmes,
P & W. K. R. conductor, and sings in the
Baptist church.
Tho members of the company gave thoir
services to the charity fund and all they
got was expenses.
There is talk of a permanont organisa
tion of tbo Bntler singers in tbe Mikado,
for the purpose of keeping togaiber and
giving other operas from time to time. It
is to bo hoped that any such step which
will assist in cultivating the masioal taste
of Batler will be a success.
For Sale.
Two Jerßey hejfera—pure blood
ed aud cheap. Euquire of P. Killon,
South Washington Street Butler,
I Peremptions
m A Specialty.
At Redick's Drag Store.
We do not handle anything but
pure drugs, next time you are in
need of medicine please give us a
call We are headquartera for pure
as v. use only pure fruit juices, we
also handle Paris Green, hellebore,
iop-ct piwder, London purple and
otLer insecticides.
M niii M..i t>t iißiti I<v i)
Manufacturer of
Harness, Collars,
and Strap Work,
and Fly Nets,
and Dealer in
Whips, Dusters, Trunks and
My Goods arc all new and strict
first-class, I I work guaran
Repairing a Specialty.
:o: :o:
Opposite Campbell & Ttmpleton s
Furniture Store.
342 S. Main St., Butler, Pa.
Storm Bird, 9459.
Buffalo Boy, 3882.
Storm Bird, record 2:35 at 4 years, i« by
Lord Kussell, full brother oi Maud 8.,
2:OH|, sire of Kremlin, 2071. 11 is dam has
a record of 2:20J aud is a producer. Bis
graud-dauiß are Green Mountain Maid
and Miss Kussell. Tbey are dams ol the
Two greatest stallions—Klectioueer and
Nutwood—and have 14 foals in tho 2:30
list, 8 of their descendeuts in the 2:00 list,
26 in the 2:15 list, H2O in tbe 2:30 list and
holds 43 ot the world's records. We make
bis terms lower than ibis blood can be bad
elsewhere —$25 to insure.
Buffalo Boy is by Pocahontas Boy, sire
ol Butfalo Girl, 2:12*. Bis lirst dam is a
producer through her first son and hi*
second dam is dam of Stephen M. 2:28}
He is a representative ot the Pocahontas
Tom Ball and American Star famlies.
Ho is large, fine and a good breeder. Two
of his colts have sold for SI,OOO inside ot
two years, both raised in Franklin town
ship, this connty. Farmers and breeder*
should consult their own interests aud
breed to a horse like this and raise largo
fine drivers that bring the highest price at
tbo present time We make bis terms t«
suit the times—sls to insure.
These horses will be found at my barn
during the fummer ot 18114. Description
and pedigrees sent on application.
Isle, Pa.
$75.00 Per Month
For Teachers, Students, Ministers, or Ladies,
any one who is active, pushing, and a good
talker. We want a representative in every
county. Would prefer one who could give
his or her whole time to the work ; but spare
time can l>e profitably employed. If you h«V6
a team, so much the better. Space will not
permit us to give details here; but if you will
drop us a line we will wrile you fully. This
is a r.irc opportunity, the work is pleasant and
honorable, the remuneration large, the busi
ness permanent. No capital required. No
».W. ZIEGL ER & C0.(Bo*
r- , • ' ' '
I'f ** '• atn •»«ue»TVVrtM / n<>*
A Hant.inVurt'Hu
bunday School Convention.
The 17th annual convention of the But
ler County Sabbath School Ass'n, will be
held at Harmony on June 26, 27 and 28,
1894. The officers in charge are Kev. I).
Decker. Pres., and Jos. Criswull. Sec'y.
They have prepared the following program:
First Session —Tnesday 8 p. m.
Devotional Exercises; Address of Wel
come, Jacob Silter; Response, Kev. Eli
Miller; Topic: The Aim of the Sabbath
School. Hoc. D. B. Donthett.
Second Session —Wednesday 9 a. in.
Devotional Exercises; Topic: Use and
Abase of Lesson Helps, H. K. Sheffield
and J. R Williams; Topic: How Can We
Hold the Older Scholars, Rev W. S Mc-
Nees: Teaching of Lessons fjr Jaly 1 <t.
Rev. D. Decker
Third Session Wednesday 2 p. m.
Devotional Exercises; Addresses to
Children; Questi> n Box; Topic: Temper
ance iu the Sabbath School, Kev. J. S Mc-
Kec; Topic: Red Tape iu Sabbath School.
F. P. Critchlow and H. S. Daabenspeck.
Fourth Session —Wednesday 8 p. m
Devotional Exercises; Lecture, S F.
Bowser Esq.
Fifth session—Thursday 9am
Devotional Exercises; Business Meeting;
Topic: Qualifications of a Successful Sab
bath School Teacher. C. F Bollinger aud
J. H. Sutton; Topic: Preparation for Class
Work, Kev. F. B Cutler and S. W. Orr.
Sensible— Xot Sensational.
Many persons, seem to think that the
Great Adam Forepaugh Shows waste au
immense amount of tnouoy in advertising,
and think that shows so well established
and so extremely popular with tbe public,
need only ;o announce their coming, to
assure them all the business they are capa
ble of taking care of. But Managers
McCaddon <fc Anderson, who conduct this
vast amusement enterprise, are men of
keen business judgement, and the fact
that they do so much advertiseing is the
best argument that they believe that it
pays. Bat in addition to their judgement
they have in their employ several of the
mo«t expert advertisers in the country,
and what is done is likewise a reflection ot
their judgement, for their chiefs are not
above accepting and acting upon a sug
gestion Irom tliem. One of these experts,
who was in this office this week, said upon
this subject: There can be no argumei4
upon »uch a subject so powerful as tbe
history of all great business enterprises.
Without an exception every one of them
havo made their success through and di
rectly through their advertising. Tnere
can scarcely be such a thing as too much
advertising if the advertiser is not a fit
inmate of an asylum for the insane. There
can be too little, aud yuu have only to
look up and down any ot your business
streets to see who are the business men of
your town who do too little advertising.
They are not your successful business
men, aure. Advertising is not a condition,
it is a principle.
South \l'ui DAYS ,
A. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. P. U,
Butler Leave Cl 5 83S II (10 245 5 Oti
Saxonburu... Arrive 644 900 1184 311 528
Butler Juc't, 730 925 11 50 340 SKJ
Butler Juc't Leave 730 941 1? 0.1 3 40 553
Natrona Arrive T3B 951 13 13 3 5o ii i»
Tarentum 7 43 968 12 19 357 907
Sprlngdale 755 10 05 12 33 4 os ....
Clareinont. 8 11 12 55 4 23 6 27
Sliarpsburg 8 18 105 4 29 6:fi!
Allegheny city 83510 33 124 4 M 645
.A. M. A. M. r. M. r. M. r. W.
A. M. A. M. A. M. r. M. r. M
Allegheny*'lty Leaves « 8 25 10 40 3 15 (i 10
Sliarpsburg 7OS £3D WSB .... ....
ClaretnQUt U45 11 OS
Sprlngdale 8 li 26 .... 6«i
Tarentum " Si! 9 10 11 39 3 51 6so
Natrona <37 V 15 11 45 355 6 53
Butler Juc't Arrive 7 45 » 25 11 55 4 04 7 02
Butler Juc't Leave 7 45 9 45 12 38 4 15 7 W
SaJtouburg 804 10 11 104 440 7»1
Butler Arrive 83510 35 130 406 7so
A. M. A. M. P. SJ. P. M- P. M
W RE* Days. t For tke Kant. Wkk Days*
p. m A. u *• *• r. M.
■j 45 ois Lv. Butler Ar. 10 35 lso
a 40 T 30 Ar. Butler Junction Lv. 9 45 12 38
104 745 Lv. Hutler Junction Ar. 941 12 38
1 10 749 Ar. Kreeport Lv. 935 12 36
115 753 •' Allegheny Juc't. " »31 12 .10
420 804 '■ Leechbur« " 920 12 13
4 4<5 821 '■ raulton (Apollo) " 906 11 55
514 851 " Saltsburg ........ •' 837 1132
560 922 " Blalrevlire " »05 II oo
600 930 " BlalwviUe Inter'n " 7V) 10 13
85011 40 " Altoona " 340 800
100 3so " llarrlsburg " 11 55 310
430 080 " Philadelphia " 850 11 20
A. M. r. M. :P. M. P. M
Through trains for tne east tlee ve Pittsburg
(Union Station) as follows:
Pennsylvania. Limited, dally 7 15 A. M,
Atlantic Express. " 330 "
Maine Line Express. " ..........8 Oil "
Day Kxpreta, " 905 ••
Philadelphia Express. " 4 30 P.M.
Baste rn Express, " 700 "
Fast Line. " 810 "
For detailed Information, addre.B9 Tlios. K.
Watt. Pans. Ag't. Western District, .110, Fifth
Avenue, Plttsourg. Pa.
General Manager. Uen't- I'as-'r. Ag't
y, A w, £. k,
Bchedule, In effect Jan.' n. :>i. (Butler ;tlme)
The Short Line to Pittsburg.
C.25 a m Allegheny 9.25 a m, Alllegheny Ex
8.15 a m All'y & Akron 9S» a m.AI A N Castle
10.20 a m Allegheny Ac 12.J0 pm, All'y £ Ch'go
3.00 p m Allegheny Mall 5.06 pm. Allegheny Ex
350 p m Chicago Ex. Tas pm.All'y ft Akron
oiopm All'y * Ell. Ex •).<» p m, Allegheny Ac
10 05 a m Kane ft Brail. '8 05 a m. Foxburg Ac
5.15 p m Clarion Ac 9.50 am, Clarion Ac
7.3."> p m Foxburg |5.20 pm, Kane Mai
8.15 am. DeForest Ac 9.56 a m.Allegheny.'Ac
3.20 pm. <'hloa«o Ex 4.35 pm. AHflnheny F.x
6.10 p in. Allegheny AO 7.25 pm. DeForest Ac
Train arriving at at 4.36 p m leaves B; 4: O de
pot, Pittsburg, at 9 :40 o'clock.
Ilutler and Ureenvllle Coach will leave Alle
gheny- at 2:50 p. in, dally except Snnday. Con
necting at Willowgrove, arriving at Butler at
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars and first-class
Day (teaches run through between Butler and
Chicago dally.
For through tickets to points In the West
Northwest or Southwest apply to
Trains leave the B. « O. depot In PiUburg
for the East as follows.
For Washington D 0., Baltimore. Philadel
phia. a«i New York. 12:20 and 9« p. m.
Cumberland. 8:15, 2 :?o, 1 :10. 930 p. m. Con
nelsvllle. 8:15. IjJ:W. 1.10. 4.30, 5.50 and 9.20 p. m.
Unlontown. 8.15 a. m . l 10. 4.90 and 550 p. m.
Mt. Pleasant. 8:15 a in.. 1.10 and 430 p. in.
Washington. Pa. 7.25 and 915 a. m„ 4 00,
4.45 and p. m. Wheeling. 7.25 and.
9.15 a. m.. 4.00. 9.25. 11.25 p.m. Cincinnati. 8t
Louis. Columbus and Newark, 7.25 a. m., 9.96
11.25 p. m.
For Chicago, 2.40 and 9.3 ft p. m,
Parlor auu sleeping cars to Baltimore, Wash
ington, Cincinnati and Chlcasro.
Takes effect Monday. April 2. 1894.
Trains are run by dt* ndard central Time (:K>th
Meridian.) One hour slower than City Time.
10 U 12 "STATIONS j 9 11 1
n.m .... p.m. a.m. a.m. pm
4 20 Buffalo 1 o 15 l- lo
a. m,
7 00 1158 10 to Erie 6 06 8 40 3 35
0»5 123 925 Wallace Junct «42 927 412
# 20 1 18 9 16 Glrard 0 40 9 31 4 15
0 09 1 08 9 03 Lock port R69 9 42 4 26
• itt 101 115.. .Cianesvllle
a io ...T.lio 31 ~ .Conneaut....|. ..i 7 40, 3 io
6 43|.....| «40ar T l 1 103, J 613
5 57!1J 67| 849 ar .Albion lv 711 9 3614 87
54319 45 8 3t ( ... Hiadeland . 7231004 451
54»1242 832 Hnrlnubor" 7 '■* lu 07 486
5 831.2 3.V 825 7 » J® ?<£
< o*|l2 1» 8 05; .. Mea'v'le Jet- 8051tJ6 696
t 63 7 38llv Conn't Lake. .1— 10 171 4 5.i
...J 8 18 ar ar! 8 16,10 60| S 37
4 28 7 00 lv. Meadvllle. lv i 9 flOi 4 28
p m ... . 8 42 ar ar! 8 42 11 25| 0 03
No 2 II 43 7 28| Osgood No 1 111 00 4 53
p m I a. m 1
6 23 U 36 7 lol....Greenville ... 6 30 11 15 r, 0
V IB II 25 7 or, ....Hhenango ... 6 40.11 28 6 2
55H 11 02 647 ... Frcdonia 7 0:i|ll 48 63"
5 :t» 10 44 e 281 Mercer 7 22 1* 07 7 0*
•. 25 10 29 0 12! t'ardoe 7 .1612 22 7 1
513 10 2O 6 00 ....drove city... 7 47 12 33 7 2'
5 (10 10 08 548 llarrlsvllle.... 7 58 12 46 7 3-
1 52 io oo 5 40.... Branchtoa.... 8 06|12 54 7 4
4 55 7 45 1 8 351 lv .Branchtou.ar', 7 35 12 15, 7 26
545; Bis VP ar . IllllUril .lv li 50 II 15| 6 4.'
4 16! !l 551 5 35|lv Kclsters ...| S 10112 581 749
4 32 9 42 6 21 Euclid 8 22 I 12 8 03
4 >o| 9 Is| 4 so| .Butler I 8 50| 1 42| 8 32
1 50, 7 20 . r Allegheny, PAW 11 lOi 8 601 •
Pin a in I lp. in p. m ...
J. T. BLAIR General Manager. Greenville. i a
W. G. SAKGEANT, G. P. A„ Meadvllle. Pa.
Oar tnilliDPry depnrtmpiit id full
of the Dcwest and cboiwat (cood«.
Beautiful and Artistic "Patterns,"
newpftt ideas in untrimmed hats and
French tffectß in jet Braids and
M. F. & M. MARKS,
113 to 117 S. Main 8t , - - Butler.
a feV&aitt.ig |)M. ii v»nicacr>.
A Suggestion.
f"Wri Suuivmri
Did it ever occur to you that there an
drugs and drags—that drug* are like every
thing else—there are good, bid and indif
ferent There is nothing «lse which is
positively bad if it is'nt just of the best.
Our policv" has alwtjs been to have noth
iug but (he best.
When you want drags come to us and be
assured of f'esh pure goods, and always
what you ask for or your prescription calls
for. It may not alw'ays be drugs yon want
either. We always have on hand a full
line of sick room requisites.;
Diamond Block, - Butler, Pa.
CAPITAL PalCO. - -* - '~t100.040.0i.
KtHPLfS Asl> PKOriTS, - $4(1,569 «4.
Jos. Hartman. Prest.
J. V. Rltts. Vice Pres't. c. A. Bailey, ("ashler,
Jos. Hartman, C. P. Collins. N. M. Hoover
ohn Humphrey. J. V. Rata,
R. K. Ah runs, Leslie Hazlett I. f}. Smith,
W. 8. Waldron. VT. Henry Wilson, M. FlneKau.
A general banking business transacted. In
terest paid on time deposits. Money loaned on
approved security.
Foreign ejeehangre bought an J sold.
Insurance Company of Xorth America,
lOJd year, Assets $9,278,000; Home of New
York, Assets $9,000,000; Hartford of Hart
ford, Assets $7,378,000; Phtunix of Brook
lyn, Assets $5,000,000; Continental of New
York, Assets $6,380,01*); New York Life,
Assets $13",499,000.
£ £. AFIHAMS & CO.
Off}..® in HU3ELTON BUILDING, near
Court Ilnute, Butler, Pa.
To be sold for taxes by County Treasurer
John T. Martin,at public outcry,at tbe Court
Houye in Cutler, Pa., on
Owners. acres. yr». amt tax
Negley Anderson et al | 100 18f»l 19 00
Campbell JJ & Brandon 294 1891 30 63
8 A Campbell 275 1891 62 06
W B Sedwiiik 15 1891-2 20 57
Robert Barron 50 1»92 13 07
Heed J Oaiupbell 113 1892 36 91
William Kennedy 171 1892 36 91
John McCune 20 189 i 4 97
A M Thompson 40 1892 400
Book C C house and lot 1891 2 41
Potts heirs 10 1891 1 31
B W tress lot 1893 1 31
John Dunn lot 1892 3 22
T S McUinnis "lot 1892 I 40
Joseph Carry lot 1892 1 40
Jacob Thompson 2 1893 i 31
Geo Ziegler 185 1891-2 28 3u
John Allan 50 1893 3 27
W J Kiskadden 26 1891 6 18
W C Martin 7 1893 44
Detmore McKinney j) 1892 50
Geo Ziegler 50 1892 6 00
D W Brandon lot 1892 50
Mary MuGinnu 4J i 892 1 88
ohn W.Allen 133 1891 lt> 10
M D Goldinger heirs 70 1891-2 29 45
Michael Kerr heir* 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 150 1891 5 61
AD K a merer 5 1892 1 21
Forest Oil Co. 15liii li l<!
J T Starr 99 1892 909
John Dunu Sr. 33 1891 3 96
M N Randall 8 1891 50
Bredin ft Donaghy 70 18S2 20 44
Jaines Bredin 124 1892 35 ■ 2
Gieenwood Oil Co. 1 1892 36
Thomas J Moore lot 1892 268
L McFan lot 1891-2 78
Thomas McKnight 19 1891 67
Thomas B Kayrie's heirs 50 1891-2 26 48
Daniel Denny 25 1892 4 79
Naocy 11 Brown lot 1892 21
K J Beatty 2} 1892 22
T J Dinsinore lot 1992 19
Nathan Milroy 2 lot* 1892 |3O
itachel Wagner heir* 50 1892 8 19
John Purviance 41 1892 501
Mary E McGuirk 19 1891 2 06
Elizabeth Layton 12 1892 1 48
Andrew Barber 100 1892 756
John N Pnryianoe 140 1891 23 28
E Raabe lot 1891 17
John M Thompson 10 1891 1 17
maa J Atwell 45 1891 7 30
isty A Cannon 25 1891-2 12 20
T <*on Edwads 20 1891 7 76
C Fuller 10 1891-2 19 14
Gillespie ACo Jl 18! 1-2 760
A M Mu.Namlira 58 1891 19 17
GW Morrow 25 .891-2 13 95
John P Robinson 2 loU 1891 75
Stanley Lanky 10 1891 20«
Elizabeth Sedwick heir* 50 1891-2 22 76
11 L Taylor ft Co 50 1892 11 34
David Kamerer 60 1892 13 86
Ed Dambach 15 1891 3 74
WII H Riddle 15 1891 3 74
Theo Kelly hem 39 1891-2 16 23
D F Kelly 40 1891 9 19
Michael Kelly 31 1891 694
Elizabeth Patterson 39 1691-2 16 14
R M Sloane 38 1891 7 64
J C Vanderlin 50 1891-2 17 14
Mra Jane Blaire 12 1891-2 536
Wm Smith 60 1891-2 51 32
C Everson house 1891 3 44
A M Mc Bride 50 1892 7 83
James Sutton 20 1891- 26 65
Joseph Himrnmers 1 1891 47
S P Irwin 77 1892 7 30
James L Conn 100 1891-2 29 50
O D Thompson 60 1891 14 12
Jo.in Galloway 100 1892 19 8*
J B McLaughlin 2 lot. 1891 w 64
James Bredin 150 1892 15 00
Jacob Hepler« dee'd lot 1892 2 10
Montgomery lot
Wm Thorn lot 1892 J 10
Montgomery lot 1892 70
Yoq can Get almost Every
thing you need Here!
So They say to os.
If you need WALL PAPER or
window shades, books or station
cry, the world or simply a map;
be sure you come to us for it. We
have everything but good looks
and so we would have you
< ••S- • • :&\ o
Q Jlfo ~
22 9 SO
1 j? —j
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 are up to our usual
standard, and the variety is the largest ever shown by us.
We solicit a call for inspection.
104 S. Main St., Butler, Pa.
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 I )ra\v To
The best pair of Pants for the money that ever
encased your lower extremities 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.
Leading Clothiers.
137 South Main street, Butler.
Are yon a short, fat man?
Are yon a tall, slim mam?
Are yon 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 tor before.
Yours for Clothing,
Cor. and Cunningham Sts. Butler Pa
130 W. Jefferson Street,
Will ocupy this space next week.
I have a ileave Cure that will cure any
cane of heaves in horse* in forty days, it
used according to directions, and if it flow
not do what I ciaim for it, I will refund
the amount paid and no oharges will be
made for the treatment. The following
testimonials are the strongest proof of the
medicines to cnre:
Butler, Pa., 1893.
Mr. A. J. McCahdliss:
On the 2nd day of April, 1892, I com
menced to use your new cure for one ot
my horses that had the heave* very bad,
and continued to use the medicine for
about forty day* and the horse did not
show any sign* of a retutn of them. It is
now about a year since I quit givin the
med Sc'vne ana the horse h»* never sowed
any sign* of heaves, and I feel Htisheil
that he is properly cured.
BuUer, Pa., ; April 3, 1893.
A, J. McCahdlbm: _ , ,
I have used your Heave Care and found
it will do the work if u*ed according to di
rections. Yours truly, jtoMntJ*.
to opkhatkhvccmskully in wali. htrkkt
Join oar Co operative B. K. Stock Syndicate.
100 to 800 |ier rent, per anonm easily made,
and without rnk. Bend fur "Pro»|>ectu« and
daily Market Letter, mailed free. Hi|{he»t
Hrfereuceii. Our record up to date 83 per
cent, paid to the subscribe!* a* the result of
• meration* from Dec.. lfrM to ApAjfj, 1534.
" m * k * * <# Un \'x
onto* Puwn». >nw r*.
Wnri 7 ££
J! 01 IfIATS
J Werti-Hardman
Art Co.. will open » Studio and Photo Par
lors opposite the Hotel Lowry, Cor, Main
and Jefferson SU., Butler, Pa. This will
be the best lighted" and equipped Btudio
and galleries in the the oounty. The work
will be strictly first class and made under
new formulas by the artist himself, who
has had 15 years practical experience in
large cities. Portraits in Oil, Crayon,
Sepia. Pastel, Ac. In this line we have
no competition, Our portrait* are mad*
by hand In our own Studio, from sittings
or from photos. Our work has reached
the highest standard of excellence and
is not to be compared with the ohMp ma
chine made pictures furnished by othen.
Wait for us; got your piotures from ua and
be happy.
mm* rn n MRU. local or travel
" n " * Commission
paid weekly. Outflt tree. Special attention
ijiven to beginners. Wcrkere never (all to maxe
good weekly wages. Write me at onoe for par
iT 0. GRAHAM, Nurseryman.
(This house Is reliable.) S- T
Pine Tree Farm,
The finest Pekin Docks and Ihits Tur
keys in the World.
S*nd for 32 page catalogue of hl|h-cla««
land and water fowl. 15 prifM at to*
Mtdixm Squan Show, Frt. iWi