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FRIDAY, JUNE 15,1894
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UITLKX nas a population oi aooui lu.ux<.
It is the County seat o( Butler County, with
Kour railways, natural gas, and unequalled
facilities for manufactures.
iToeress evrywheie; new buildings, new
uiamJactures. a growing and prosperous town.
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Auditoi's notice, estate of Edward Fra
Executor's Notice, estate of Jane Beigh
Butler Roofing Oo.'s, paint, etc.
Farm for sale ■ r exchange.
Notice to Teachers.
Campbell A Templetou's $1.90 rocker.
NOTE— AII advertisers intending to make
conges in their ads. should notify us of
their intending to do so, not later than
Administrators and Executors ot estate
oan secure their receipt books at the Cm
1 tICAL AND GENEBAL.
—Often gets into a scrape—a raior.
- -Fly paper is being inquired after.
—One of the cheapest Summer trips is
to a banana skin.
—The oom has had a bard row to hoe,
but its jumping now.
—The oollege graduate now goes forth
to conquer the world.
—The old English game of skittles has
been introduced into this country.
—White ink is sold for writing on black
—Fnnds for an "old fashioned" Fourth
in Butler, are being collected.
—The First Ward's running team will be
in it at Corry this evening.
—lf. B. Dittmer has been appointed P.
M. at Herman.
—The E. A. U. picnicked at Conneaut
—Campbell <fc Templeton are selling an
elegant rocker for $1.90. See adv.
—Great weather for corn—also ice cream,
h«y, soda water and several other things.
—The Brownies will entertain at the
Opera Hcnse, this evening, tor the benefit
of theY. M. C. A.
—The people oi Centreville would like to
hare a pnblio dedication of tbe new Nor
mal School building.
—A fashion journal says of pocket books
' 'they still retain their last vear's shape.
There is but little change in them."
—The prettiest soda-water fountain in
town is the one in Jos. Wuller's drug store.
Joe has a beautiful store now.
—A new postage stamp bearing on its
faoe the fao simile of the Amerioan flag is
soon to be issued.
—The always clever shoe man, John
Biokel, is making his lady customers a
present of the most useful toilet article
—lt is now legal to catch all kinds of
fish with rod, hook and line. Catohing
them by any other means, however, is a
violation ot the law.
—The people of Pittsburg and Allegheny
are now raising funds for the great G. A.
R. reunion, which is to be held there next
—The office of Dr. UcAlpine will be
closed from Taeeday next, June 19th, till
tbe middle of Jnly, as the Dr. proposes
taking a much needed rest.
—A number of the young folks will give
a Brownie entertainment on Thursday and
Friday nights in the Opera House under
the auspices of the Y. M. 0. A.
—C. R. Elliott, tbe popular painter and
paper banger, has finished several days
work on our office and it is said to look
better. We think so,and invite yon around
for an expression of opinion.
—The members of the North Butler
Presbyterian Churoh will have an ioe cream
and strawberry festival in the churoh on
the evening of Friday, the 22d, for tbe ben
efit of the church.
—The Butler base ball club took the
Centreville club into camp by a score of 17
to son Monday. The game was charac
terised by the heavy hitting of the visitors
and tbe courteous reception accorded
—Tbe First Ward Hose Co.'s running
team left to-day for Corry where they will
meet the craok teams of Meadville, Brad
ford, Titusville and other places. The
Butler team has been under strict training
and its friends hope to see the.team make a
very good showing.
—The English Lutheran church was sup
plied last Sunday by a native of Iceland, a
young man who left his oountry only about
four years ago and since then has graduat
ed at Thiel College and is now a student at
Philadelphia Theologioal Seminary. His
sermons here were able, giving promise of
his future usefulness.
—Kennedy, the pop and soda water man
at the foot of W. Jefferson street has a
snug establishment. He charges all the
soda water fountains in town and makes a
superior quality of pop, eto. A feature of
his establishment is the flowing well of
•oft water on the premises. The water is
as olear as crystal and is excellent for it s
—A local branch ot the Elmira Mutual
B. and L. Association was established here
on Monday with tbe following offioers:—
Directors: John H. Negley, Pres.; D. A.
Heck, Sec.; S- D. Miller Jr., W T. Mech
ling, W. A. Lowry, Andrew Brymer, G.
Wilson Miller, L. S. MoJankin and E. S.
Riddle. W. H. Lask is Solicitor tor tbe
—The continuous damp weather caused I
mould to settle iu and on almost every
thing that is in a damp spot where the air
doe a not oiroalate, and tbe good housewife
is very much worried over it. It is bard
enough bere, bat what mast life be in |
Chink, on the coast, where the mould set
tles on everything exposed for a oonple of
days. Dr. Edward Bedloe, recently re
turned to bis home in this country from
serving as United 6tates Consul to Am oy,
China, says that tbe dampness effected
everything in that city, and a pair of shoes
lett in the sleeping room for two days
would have a blue coat of mould, while it
waa a constant care to prevent it irom be
ing ruined. This was not at an> particu
lar time of the year, but all tbe year
—The "warm wave" has extended itself
all over the continent and the city dailies
are now publishing the mercnry records.
—Messrs Calvin and George B Wise,
executors of Isaac Wise, will have a pub
lic sale of personal property on the prem
ises in Penn twp., on Friday the 22d
at 10 A M.
—Messrs W. F. Harlzell and Lew Coch
ran form the Butler Booting Co., located
at 320 S. McKean St. They paint and re
pair *ll kinds of roofs, and deal in fire
proof roof paint. See their card in another
—"How shall I enter the money tho
cashier skipped witht" asked the book
keeper; "under the profit and lossf" "Jfo;
suppose you put it under the running ex
—A commissioner returning lrom the
General Assembly at Saratoga expresses
the opinion that there will be no more
heresy hunts for years to come. This is
good for the church, but it knocks out a
lot of lively newspaper reading.
—Tbe verdict in tho Dr. Kelly case, was
"not guilty but pay the costs" which is
equivalent to the Scotch verdict of "not
guilty but don't do it again.
—Wednesday while at Pittsburg, Gen.
Greenland laughed at the idea of the mili
tia being called ont and said that the Sum
mer encampment would furnish all the
work they would have to do this year.
A remarkable F. & B. case was tried
in our Court this week. The girl first
"swore" the child on a young man living
in Jefferson county then changed her
mind and her oath, and put it on her uncle.
The uncle was convicted.
—The auditing committee of the Butler
United Benevolent Association has cast up
the accounts of the organization and found
that clothing, provisions, etc., to the value
of $575 were received and distributed, that
cash was received to the amonnt ol $211.3G
and expenses amounted to $180.38, leaving
$30."98 in the treasury.
School and College Notes.
The closing exercises of the Tenth Grade
Jefferson street school will be held in the
lectnre room of the United Presbyterian
Church, Monday, Jnne 18th, ISM, at 2 p.m.
Friends of education and of the class
are invited to be present.
The schools close to-morrow and it is
said that the past term ha? been in many
wayß tbe best and most successful term
yet held in Butler.
The class of '94 of the Butler High
School will hold Commencement exercises
in the Armony Opera House on Tuesday
and Wednesday of next week, at 8 P. M.
There are twenty-two in the class, and
those taking part in the exercises are Cbas.
Smith, Chas. Bntler, Frances Wick, Earl
Morrison, Albert Troutman, Fannie Scott.
Margaret Brandon, Emma McElvain, Ber
tha McElhaney, Emma Cromm, Katherice
"Walker, Grace Wick. William Sutton,
Mary Brown, Edgar Negley, Bertha
Brown, Gertrude Seibert, Emma White,
and Margaret Graham.
At the meeting of the trustees of the
the Slipperyrock Normal last Friday, G.
W. Maxwell was elected President of the
Board; J. C. Kerr. V". P.; T. S. Coulter,
Sec'y., and W. H. Wilson, Treas. The
Faculty will be elected this evening.
The commencement exercises at Grove
City take place next week and we notice
among the graduates names the following
from Batler county: Georgie B. Corbett,
West Sunbury; Thomas It. Billiard, Eau
Claire; James D. Humphrey, Jacksville;
Harry S. McCutcheon, North Washington;
George J. Timblin, Euclid and Miss C. L.
The Commencement exeicisesof the Mc-
Kean street, (10th grade> school will take
place in the U. V. L. Hall, next Friday
The Baccalaureate Sermon in the com
mencement exercises ol our school will be
preached by Rev John H. Prngh, of
Pittsburg, on Sunday evening, in the
Owing to this there will be no services
held in most, of the chnrches of this place
on that evening.
Oar grocers aro paying 12 for butter, 12
for eggs, 60 for potatoes, 25 cts per dozen
for rbenbarb, 8 cts per lb for lettuce, and
15 to 20 a doz. bunches for new onions,
strawberries 8 cts. a quart, radishes 30 cts.
per dozen bunches.
Timothy hay from country wagons sls
to 17, mixed hay $9.50, to 10.50, straw
$6.00 to 7.00.
Country roll butter 12 to 13, fresh eggs
14to 15, dressed chickens, drawn 11 to
12, spring chickens 35 to 60 per pair.
Potatoes on track 65 to 70, onions 50
At Herr*s Island, Monday, beeves sold
at 3.25 to 4 85,bullsanddry cows at 1.00 to
3 00, hogs at 3.25 to 4.85, sheep at .75 to
3 65, lambs at 1.00 to 5.35, and calves at
2.00 to 4.50.
One of the prettiesl spots in Butler Co.
at present is the strawberry patch of
Pierce Bro's just west of town. They have
abont five acres in strawberries just ripen
ing and it is the most delicious fruit we
have ever tasted. They have one patch of
abont an acre and a half in very large
sweet berry that is now being put on mar
ket, and several baskets we got were the
finest we have ever noticed. In Pittsburg
last week we saw some fine strawberries
but none that took rank over the Pierce
A. little stroll through their nursery
showed everything looking prosperous.
They have a fine lot of young apple, pear,
and ornamental trees growing and in the
old standby, the silver maple, they have
hundreds of young trees of all sizes. They
also have a particnlary complete stock of
evergreens, and every thing looked very
vigorous and thrifty. They also have
roses, clematis, etc. A visit there always
pleasant owing to their courtesy and
especially so at present.
Notice to Teachers,
Notice is hereby given that Mon
day, July 2,1894, has been fixed as
the time for the election of teachers
for the coming school term in the
public schools of Batler borough, I
and that all aplicatiois are to be in
the handa of the Secretary on or be -
fore Monday, Jane 25, at 1 o'clock
P. M. J
By order of the Board,
JOHN W BROWN,
Sec'y of the Board.
A choice article of seed Back-,
wheat for sale at
Wm. F. Miller's,
No. 313 N. Washington St.,
Batler, Pa. j
—Uow \a the time to buy a c\oak
at your own price. They mast all be
sold as we carry none over to next
season. L. STEIN A SON. |
—Everybody wants Bome beauti
ful plants this summer. Come to the
City Bakery any time and make
—Clearance sale of all winter goods
Greatest bargains in dry goods and
cloaks ever known at
L. STKIN A BON'S.
—Take your children to Zaver's
Gallery for Pictures that will suit
yon. Postoffice building
The June Quarter Sessions was continu
ed Monday, and by noon Wednesday all
the cases on the list were tried, settled or
continued excepting that again>t Mr.'.
Harkenstein lor keeping a bawdy house on
Maple avenue, in the Ist ward. Thi* case
was tried and Court adjourned.
PaUey Lewis plead guilty in the case
brought by Maggie Manny against him.
.Robert McClelland plead guilty to the
charge of larceny in the Nixon case.
The case of John H. Sherman vs. W. B.
McCandless was settled.
The liquor cases against 11. Liebold, Ld.
Kramer, George Liebold, George W.
Campbell. Robert Kley, aud Harry Wiles
John Griffin was acquitted on the charge
of horse stealing, lie is evidently insane.
The Lewis Fisber case was dropped.
In the surety of peaceease against Adam
Kenno brought by Peter Benson, the de
fendant was directed to give SIOO bonds to
keep the peace.
The cases against Andrew aud Dennis
Coyle and Jas Gr*en were dropped.
The case against G. W. Best was drop
Dr. W. J. Kelly was acquitted of tbe
charge of furnishing liquor to men of in
The case against John Benson was dis
Chas A Swartzfager and Walter Reciier
were found guilty of FA B.
Mrs Hartenstein was louud guilty of
keeping a bawdy houseand also of Keep
ing a disorderly house.
Judge Greer, before adjourning Court to
July 2d, called the County Detective's at
tention to remarks current regarding the
selling of liquor by tbe drug stores and
stated that the maximum penalty for
this violation ol the law is SSUuO line and
one year's imprisonment and ibat any
found guilty before him would receive one
of the biggest sentences overpassed >n that
Court. The following sentences were
Adam Renno was sentenced to give SIOO
bond for one year and pay costs.
Robert McClelland was sentenced to pay
costs, return stolen properly and to pay a
fine of $25 and undergo an impnsonment.of
one year by solitary confinement, with la
Sentence was deterred until the Sept.
term in the case of Charles A swartzfager
found guilty of FAB.
The usual sentence was imposed on
Walter Recher guilty of FAB.
Mr 3. Hartenstein, found guilty of keep
ing a bawdy house, was sentenced to ttie
work house for one year.
At tho sale of properties advertised for
sale for taxes by Treasurer Martin, Mon
day, fifty-two pieces were sold, and the
property of H. L. Taylor Jfc Co., in Parker
twp.. with others were adjourned till Sat
urday, June 30th at 1 p.m., at tho Court
The Clinton twp. road case was heard
Friday afternoon and tho decision of the
Court was that the road should remain as
it is a private road; and the matter of cost
was held over till September.
Thomas Peters was appointed High Con
stable of Centreville.
The grand Jury finished their work
Thursday and made their presentment,
which criticises the ventilation of the jail;
recommends iron shutters for the vaults of
the County officers, better arrangements
for the twp. and boro. judgements in the
Commr's office; painting the woodwork of
the Court House; planting trees and plac
ing seats in the park; that the County
Commr's inquire into the transcribing mat
ter, and putting another door in the court
The committee to revise the Rules of
Court have made their report, and the
Court ordered the Co. Commr's to have a
hundred copies of it printed in pamphlet
form, for the use of the Bar.
After being out all night the jury in the
Armstrong county auditors' appeal case
come in last Saturday marning with a ver
dict surcharging the board of county com
missioners of 1890 with $2,455,79- One
half of this amount wss tax exonerations
made after the fourth Monday ol Decem
ber, tbe last day allowed by law. About
S6OO was paid the sheriff in excess ot his
legal feos as ruled by Judge Rayburn, who
held that an order of court, made in 1865,
fixing prisoners' board at 50 cents a day
was null and void, as an act of assembly
had previously fixed the rate at 25 cents.
The caso will go to the supreme court.
The Register will hear the arguments in
the Cooper will case next Monday.
The will of Jane Beighley of Conuoque
nessing twp. was probated and letters
granted to John M. Dunn; also will of C.
R. Grieb and letters to John R, Grieb; also
will of Jas. L. Dixon of Penn twp. aud let
ters to S. H. Cooper and W. S. Dixon; also
will of Wm. Parks and letters to Harry M.
Parks; also will of Jane Marks and letters
to J. I). Jackson; also will of A. D. Weir
and letters to Elizabeth Weir; also will of
Francis F. Boyle of Donegal and letters to
LATB PROPERTY TRANSFERS.
Louisa J Wilson to John Watters 12
acres in Buffalo for SSOOO
S C Trimblo to John Turner 13 acres iu
Middlesex for $517.46.
Geo. A. Lingenfelter to Jos Bester 105
acres in Slipperyrock for S4OOO.
J J McCandless Evander McCandless 123
acres in Muddycreek for S3OOO.
Cath Shoup to Wm Shoup lot in Butler
J W Stevenson to Cora Yonkers 30 acres
in Centre for S7OO.
Jas Pizor to John H Pizor 20 acres in
Muddycreek for S4OO.
Michael Beck Crafton, Pa
Lizzie Byern Renfrew
Robert F. Hutchison Ogle
Estella M. Wilson "
Frank B. Sellers Butler
Ella Shrader "
O. L. Blakeley Adams twp
Annie Anderson "
Andrew G. Badger Brady twp
Caroline Snyder Franklin twp
John G. Bippus Butler
Louisa Rieger Carbon Centre
At New Castle,C. H. Heller of Sistersville
and Sarah Englehart of Saxonburg.
For Sale or Exchange.
The undersigned owns twenty-five
acres of land in W infield twp. on the
Delano and Winfield road , which is
| all underlaid with coal, and the im
, provements of which consist of a
frame house, stable, good spring and
6prine house, and other outbuildings,
a good orchard of apple and peach
trees, and good grapes. For terms
THOS. P. COLLINS.
Great Belt, Pa.
The highest prices paid for rye at
the mill of GEO. WALTER <FC SON.
—Turkish Silk Candy, have you
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
I Don't forget us on Hosiery and
\ Gloveß, wo always have tbe best at
/ lowest prices
I L. FT SIN & SON'S.
Boarding Souse Cards, witb Act
of Assembly, 25 ceute for half-a-dozen,
for sale at CITIZEN office.
—SO-inches wide and all-wool—
greatest bargain ever offered—was
$1 00 a yard—now only 50 cents,
just half price at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
Tenney's New York candies in
sealed packages at the City Bakery.
' Miss Sadie Steelsinith graduates from
j King's School of Elocution this week, and
■ j takes part in the Commencement exercises
1 in Lafayette Theatre.
\ I We are under obligations to lion.
Jusiab M. Thompson for the valuable work
entitled "Pennsylvania at Gettysburg.''
Barry Bell graduates from Washington
& Jeffeison next week.
Al. Heck and H. C. Heincmau reprenent
s ed tbe Butler E. A. Us. at Conneaut this
Mrs. J. M. Greer is visiting friends at
State College, Pa.
Mr*. Ella Boyle, of Pittsburg, is visiting
;• rs. Mary Gray, of West Pearl Street.
Lieut. Samuel Milliards, <>f North Hope,
was in town on Friday.
James M. Carson is seriou-ly il! «f ca
John Shoup of Oakland twp. has been
seriously ill for some weeks.
Tbe approaching marriage of Miss Beila
A. Moore and Mr. E. E Young is announc
ed. Miss Moore is the accomplished
daughter of the late Dr. Moore, and Mr.
Young is well known as one of our rising
C. X. Bojd, tbe druggist, is attending
the meeting of the Pennsylvania Pharma
ceutical A - u.»lioa ia Beading, this wreck.
Mrs. Sadie Ztegler of Allegheny is vUit
ing her parents in JefferiM n twp.
John X. McLaughlin, the old school
teacher, aged 00 years, is on the jury this
week, for the first time in his life.
J a?. M. Galbrt a.h Ivq. was inKittannirg
last week as attorney for an association of
tax payers who excepted to the last Audit
ors Keport of that county; and alter a hard
weeks tight with almost the entire bar of
the county against him, be secured a ver
dict of $2400 against the commissioners.
Col. Snodgrass has purchased the South
ern Hotel at Petersburg. Va and leaves
for that city to-day to lake possession of
Mr. and Mrs. Lanz returned from a
weeks trip on the lakes, Wednesday, and
that evening received their friends at the
brides old home on McKean St. —Gebhart
Wagner's. They will begin housekeeping
in Pittsburg next week.
The Two Boroughs.
The Zelienople Opera Bouse is be re
fitted and otherwise improved shortly, by
C. A. Kuanff and F. R. Strutt.
A 3 mill tax has been levied in Ht rmony
for borough purposes.
On Friday last Abram Zeigler while dig
ging in the bank of the Connoquenessing
above Harmony found eleven large teeth
and a huge vertebra of an anim <l, proba
bly representing an extinct species. No
other remains could be found, but there
were indications that the other bones had
moldered into dust. The teeth were all
molars and measured from 3 to 4 inches in
length and from 3i to 4J inches in oil
cumference. The vertebra measured G£
inches across it. Tho vertebra and ten ot
the teeth may be seen at the Hotel Zeigler
in Harmony. One of the teeth has been
sent to the Smithsonian Instute.
Bev. Uaruish of Butler held services in
the Grace Reformed Church on Sunday.
The bicycle race was held on Tues
day at 2P. M. Tbe entrees: Geo. Kavan
augh and T. H. Knox, of Harmony; T. A. i
Graham, G. F, Wagner, H. A Bishop, and
Al. Dombart of Eyans City; Y. Cunning
ham, Geo Zeigler, Fred Strutt, F. C. Has- i
lutt and Chas. S. Passavant of Zelienople. i
There were 13 handsome prizes.
The race created much excitement ia 1
the town and was considered a great suc
ces. Of the 13 entered there were nine ,
starters. A mishap, aided by nervous
ness heaped the boys in a pile on Main St. (
at the start, but thero were no serious
breaks. The order of return of leaders
was as follows: Ist Graham, Evans City, J
1.37; 2nd George Zeigler, Harmony, 1.40 i;
3rd Kavosaugh, Harmony, 1.42. The dis
tance was 22 miles and the time is very
good. The roads were dusty and the day (
H. G. McKitn, the newly ruarnod Justice
of the Peace, has moved hi - house and be
come a full fledged citizen of the borough.
James Reed, of Oakland twp., cut his
right ankle badly a few days ago while
Walker Young of Mercer St. was thrown
from a buggy Tuesday aud received severe
injuries about the tace and head.
W. P. Brown had his right wrist broken
by the kick of a horse, Wednesday. The
horse kicked at a chicken that flew past
him, and happened to hit Mr. Brown who
was standing nearby.
A very distressing accident occurred on
Main street, near Clay, on Saturday even
ing about dusk, in which Mrs. D. D. Buck
sustained a fracture of the larger bono
just above the left ankle. She was riding
a bicycle up Main street in company with
a dozen ladies and gentlemen and turning
across the street slipped and in jumping
from her wheel fell to the brick pavement.
The streets had just been heavily sprinkled
and were very slippery and her foot turn
ed under her with the result above mention
ed. Willing hands assisted her to the
residence ot Mrs. Alf Wick, nearby, where
the fracture was reduced. A large crowd
gathered and the accident was the chief
topic of conversation on the streets.
Third Excursion to Cincinnati.
Mrs. Core's third and last excursion to
Cincinnati for the season will leave Butler
on Wednesday, June 27, over tho P. <fc W.
R. R. 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 yon a
beautiful souvenir book of tbe Ohio river
and its scenery. All questions cheerfully
answered. Call on or address Mrs. N. C.
Core, Butler Music Store, Butler, Pa.
—Umbrellas in great variety at
j the PEOPLE'S STORE.
—Turkish Silk Candy made now
in Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberr*
and Violet flavors. For sale only by
Thoa. A. Morrison.
—Summer Press Goods at the
lowest prices at the PEOPLE'S STORE.
—Cloaks at your own price No
reasonable offer refused—they must
go— L STEIN <FC SON
—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 quick for choice.
L. STEIN & SON.
—Potted plants and flowers of all
kinds. Anything you may want in
plants at City Bakerv
Largest assortment and best values
n Dress Goods and Cloaks at
L. STEIN & SON'P.
—Fruit culture is more profitable
Ito the farmer now than hia other
crops. Brown Bros. Co , the most,
extensive nursery house in the U. S ,
have a vacancy in this section
Write tbem at Rochester, N. Y., for ,
, their terms.
The World's Fair Rebui'L for
the Pages of History.
The "Book of the Builders" one of
the most artistic and magnificent
publications ever issued ia now be
ing offered by The Pittsburg Dis
patch to its readers. It is beyond
question the greatest offer ever made
jby a newspaper. See The Dispatch
for full information.
i j Worms by the millions are devastating
1 ' orchards in Allegheny county. A Pitts
i j burjr paper »ays that the little creature
■ that is playing haToc among the trees i*
, popularly known as the "measuring wnrJi.'
When the warm starts on its mission of
destruction it is a bright green color, so
that it is almost impossible to detect it on
i the fresh leaves. After it has gorged itself
the color becomes almost black. Hun
dreds of apple trees have been denuded of
every vestige of foliage and the trees are
left brown as though a fire had passed
Lafayette Boyd of Kiinersburg was ar
rested on a charge of arsen last Friday,
week, and taken to Clarion, where he pave
bail for his appearance at court, in $0 000.
He WL.S one ot the proprietors of the Al
A jeweler in Oil City ha* oa.«ed np the
presence of lo&lers lu his doorway by
posting this sign in the window: "Head
quarters for Coxey recruits in this door
Nearly all the family of James Perry, of
Cranberry twp. Venango Co. have died of
diphtheria, and a stranger is now nursing
Mr. Perry and bis wife, both of whom are
down with the disease, as its dangerous
nature and swift work made the neighbors
afraid to enter the house. Mr. and Mrs.
Prrr 'id the r- :.,a;uicg cbildri-u Were
I moved to another house, nearby, and their
j old homo and everything in it were de
stroyed by tire
Samuel Delehanty, a lilair Co. prisoner
in the Western Pen , cut his throat with a
knife during music hour, last Monday.
Samuel Spencer, 50 years old, residing
at Hartford, 0., a wealthy farmer and a
prominent member of the G. A. K., hang
eri himself from a beam in the barn tj-day.
It is said that Spencer's mind become af
fected several days ago by an old sweet
heart rejecting him.
Solomon Hock, who lost the Jury Com
missionership through detention by the
flood, with several committeemen, peti
tioned Chairman King for a recount of the
vote at the primaries. petition was
ignored, and Hock will now contest the
nomination of Davis in the courts of Arm
A case in which a man who is not a phy
sician stakes his liberty upon the cure of a
Mrs. 1 uttle, the wife of a former will
known citizen of Butler county but now of
Beltzhoover, was brought to the attention
i»f the district attorney of Al.egheny Co.,
last Monday. Mrs. Tattle has been at
tended by a number of physicians, but she
has obtained no reliet and they say she
will not live longer than a few weeks.
L Moore, an itinerant medicine man, re
cently moved to Beltzhoover examined
Mrs. Tuttle and said she was suffering with
cancer of the stomach and that he could
cure her. The doctors heard of iiini and
decided to prosecute him under the act
preventing any person other than physic
ian practicing medicine, if he undertook
Mr. Tuttle w anxious that his wife
should bo treated and called on the district
attorney lor advice. As the case would
ha\ w to be prosecuted by the district attor
ney, he was told to see another lawyer.
Moore said be is willing, if he can find a
bondsman, to take the risk, as he says no
jury will convict him if he cures the wo
man. The outcome of the case is being j
watched with interest by lawyers and
others who heard of it.
At the Adrian mines, near Punxsntaw
uey, Slavs decided to kill a cow which <
one of them owned, but had no money to
pay a butcher. They tied the animal be
tween two trees, so it could not move
and sawed of} the head at the shwalders.
The cow's bellowing could be heard for
The destitution among the miuers in
the Clearfield coal region is terrible. At 1
Phillipsburg, the other day, Mrs. Dobbs,
a widow, who lived among the miners, f
was found dead in her bed from starvatiou. ;
She bad four children, the youngest only
four months old. Her eldest boy, a mere
lad had made a gallant fight to feed his
mother and the other ohildren, until the
works were shut down. The mother had
denied herself that the ohildren mignt
bave food. The woman was too proud to
accc'j' jijiilid charity.
A PrankPn man got his safe opened by
an i i.»«rt, who set the combination and
gave it to him on a slip of paper. The
owner then put the paper in the safe and
locked it up, so he would'nt lose it.
About 3 acres of grouud on Plank
road Street, Butler, will be sold on
terajs to suit purchasers and the
times. Enquire of J. H Negley, at
CITIZEN office, Butler Pa.
—Best Buffalo flannels reduced to
25 cents a yard at
L. STEIN & SON'S
ICE } SPRING WATER
For sale by J. A Ricbey. Leave
your orders at the Bakery.
FOB SALE—Twenty-two acres
of land (Cratty farm.) one mile from
Butler, Pa. Address John H Cratty.
Crafton, Allegheny, Co. Pa.
The Peoples Store is headquar
ters for underwear. Ladies vests 5,
10, 15, and 25 cents.
—Fine potted plants and flowers of
all kinds at the City Bakery.
—Job work of all kind done at the
To persons needing any watches,
clocks, silverware, jewelry or optical
goods we would suggest that they
call and see the new and elegant line
offered by R L. Kirkpatrick, at 240
S. Main St. before purchasing else
—See the bargains wo are offering
in fine Henriettas. Just think of it.
SI.OO gocds for 68 cents and 75 cent
oods for £>9 cants at
L STBIN & SON B.
—The latest candy out—Tenney's
Vanilla Chocolate Eclairs. For sale
by Thos. A. Morrison.
—Try Turkish Silk Candy. For
sale only at City Bakery.
—The most delicious Candy made
—Turkish Silk Candy. At the City
D. L. GLEELAND.
Jeweler and Optican,
125 South Main Sreet, Butler,JPa.
Diamonds, fine watches, jewelry;
spectacles, solid and plated ware con
stantly on band. Special attention
given to testing and correctly fitting
Men's spring under
wear in white me
rino and tine bal
brigan, sold bv
O 1 *
others for ooc., our
price 35c. 1
Straw and light stiff hats I
at one-third below regu- I
Men and boys clothing
at proportionally low
THE RACKET STOREI!
120 South Main Street, Butler, Pa.,
The staying qualities ot the Muddycreek
field are remarkable. The field yet pr»-
■ duces abont 13,0C0 a mon'h. The Vogan
No. 3 was completed last week and was
' i doing 8 barre!s
, A well was struck last Thursday on tho
, J. C. Anderson farm, located in Allegheny
r twp., and three milef ahead of the Xorth
Washington developments to the north
east. The well is the property of Ackerly
<1- Co. and it is reported got its oil in the
fourth sand at a depth of 1.358 feet A
telegram stated that the well was a strong
ganger and spraying steadily at the rate of
G or S barrels a day aud has a bit in the
hole. It was the prevai'ing opinion tba'
the well would improve when drilled deep
er. The North Washington wells ge
their oil in the boalder above the thir l
Phillips struck another good well on tho
upper Cempbell farm iu Penn twp. Monday.
It started off at 40 blls. an hour.
Ea.-t of Greece City, Stewart A Co., oa
the lizenburg farm, lound a good show of
oil iu the hundred foot .-aud aud are now
drilling to the fourth; if no good there it
will probably be tested in the hundred
Bell <t Co , on the Duffay, also had a
very good showing in the hundred-foot,
and are dril'ing to the lower sand.
South of Caliery. Browp, Wicks <t Co.
have struck a good well in their No. 4,
Davis farm; it is good for 100 bbls a day.
They are placing material for No. 5, on the
At Glade Run. Boundy it Co. have a in W
well, on tho Kline furm. making 35 bbl>3
Near Amberson, Peebles £- Gates' No. 1.
on the WinDer farm, is good for 15 bbls.
per day natural.
U. W. Christie <fc Co., No. 4, Winner i
farm, is 30 feet in tte one hundred-foot
Chriotie, Aggers <fc Co., No. 2, on the
same farm, are 50 feet in the sand with
500 feet of oil in the hole. It will maka a
John Campbell i Co's No. 1, on the
Campbell farm, is making 60 bbls- per day
The Fisher Oil Co's No. 2 on the Heim,
Herman field is a duster. It had neither
oil nor gas, and is considertd as settling
the question of the extension of that field
to the eastward.
The Bastoj farm well made 100 blls.
In the West Sunbury field rigs are up
on the l>r. Hockeuberry ani David Coulter
The well on the Anderson farm in tho
North Washington field was spraying oil
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF AMERICA
WEST PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAT 27th, 1891
South WEEKDAYS ,
A. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M,
Butler Leave Cl 5 835 11 00 245 500
saxonburg . Arrive r. 4 4 900 11 24 31l 528
Butler Juc't. " 730 925 11 50 340 553
Butler Juc't . Leave 730 941 12 03 3 40 553
Natrona Arrive 738 951 12 13 350 0 W
Tarentum 7 43 956 12 19 3 57 9 07
Sprlngdale 75510 05 12 33 408 ....
ciaremont 8 u 12 55 4 a c 27
Sliarpsburg 8 18 1 95 4 29 632
Allegheny City 83510 33 121 444 645
>JA. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M.
North WEEK DAYS.
A M. A M. A. M. P. M. P. M
Alleghenycity Leave 6 «' 8 25 10 40 3 13 u 10
Sharpsburg 7 0s 8 39 10 58
Ciaremont 845 11 08
Sprlngdale 854 tl 36 .... 641
Tarentum 7 32 9 10 11 39 351 650
"Natrona 737 9 15 11 45 355 C 53
Butler Juc't Arrive 7 45 9 25 11 55 4 04 7 02
Butler Juc't Leave 7 45 945 12 3S 4 15 7 02
"•Saxoiiburg 808 10 11 101 440 725
3 Butler Arrives 35 10 35 130 406 7so
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P, M
WEEKDAYS. For the EMI. WEEKDAYS
p. i. A. M. A.M. P.M.
245 615 Lv. Butler Ar. 10 35 130
340 7 30 Ar. Butler Junction Lv. 9 45 12 38
40l 745 Lv. Kutler Junction Ar. »41 12 38
4 10 749 Ar. Freeoort Lv. 9 35 12 35
415 753 " Allegheny Juc't. " 931 12 30
4 21. 804 *' Leectlburi; " 920 12 13
446 821 " l'aulton (Apollo) " 905 11 55
514 851 " Saltsburg '• 837 11 32
550 922 " Blalrsville •' 805 11 00
COO D .'to " Blalrsville Inter'n " 750 10 15
85011 40 " Altoona " 340 800
100 320 " ifiirrlsburg •• 11 55 310
430 650 " Philadelphia •' 850 ll 20
A. M. P. M. :r. M. P. M
Through trains tor the east [leave rittsburg
(Union station) as lollows:
Atlantic Express. " 3 30A. M.
Pennsylvania, Limited, dally 7 15
Day Express, " 800 "
Philadelphia Express, '• 4 30 P.M.
Eastern Express, " 700 "
Fast Line, " 810 "
For detailed lnlorm itioa, address Thos. E.
Watt, Pas 3. Ag't. Western District. .110, Fifth
Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.'' £
S. M. PREVOST, J. R. WOOD, -J*
General Manager. GCD'I. Pass'r. Ag't
P. & \T. R. K.
Schedule, In effect Jan.'n. •»». (Butler .time)
The Short Line to Pittsburg.
DEFABT SOUTH. FROM SOUTH.?"
.25 a m Allegheny 9.25 a m. Alllegheny.Ei
.15 a m All'y S. Akron 9.55 a m.AI & N Castle
0.20 a m Allegheny Ac 12.20 pm, AU'y & Ch'go
".00 p m Allegheny Mall .">.05 p m, Allegheny Ex
J . 50 p m Chicago Ex. 7.25 p m,All'y & Akron
.10 p m All'y & Ell. Ex 3.00 p m, Allegheny Ac
DEPAHT NORTH . FROM NORTH.
10.05 a m Kane A Brad. ;8.05 a m. Foxburgt Ac
5.15 p m Clarion Ac ».50 am. Clarion Ac
7.35 p m Foxburg < (5.20 ,p m, Kane Mai
SUNDAY TRAINS. *
DEPART SOUTH. I FROMJ SOUTH.
g.15 am. DeForest Ac 9.55 "a m.Allegheny Ac
3.50 pm, Chicago Ex 75.05 pm. Allegheny Ex
g.io pm, Acl .25 pm. DeForest Ac
Train arriving at at 5.05 p m leaves BiO de
pot, Pittsburg, at 3 :15 o'clock.
Butler and Greenville Coach will leave Alle
gheny at 325 p. m, dally except Snnday. Con
necting at Wlllowgrove, arriving at Butler at
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars aud flrst-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. & O. depot In Pittburg
for the East as follows.
For Washington D C., Baltimore, Philadel
phia, an 1 New York. 12:20 and 9:20 p. m.
CumberlaDd. 8:15. 2 :2t), 1 :10, 9:29 p. m. Con
nelsvUle. 8:15, i»:»u, 1.10. 4.30. 5.50 and 9.20 p. m.
Uniontown. 8.15 a. m . 1.10,4.30 aud 5.50 p. m.
Mt. Pleasant, 8:15 a. m., 1.10 and 430 p. in.
Washington. Pa.. 7.25 and 9 15 a. in.. 4.00,
4.45 and 184.108.40.206 p. 111. 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., 9.25
For Chicago, 2.40 and 9.30 p. m.
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Wash
lrgton, Cincinnati and Chicago
PITT SBUBG, PHKNANGO & LAKE ERIE R.U.
Takes effect Monday, April 2,1894.
Trains are run by dtendard Central Time (90th
Meridian.) One hour slower than City Time.
GOING NORTH. GOING SOUTH.
"10 I 14 12 STATIONS 9 j 11 11
p.m. a.m. Ja.m. pmo
[ 4 20 Buffalo 6 15|1 * 19
..., i 2 42 Dunkirk t 7 3811* 3
i a. m. 111
7 00 1!58 10 CO Erie ! 6 051 8 40 3 35
6 25 1 23 9 25 .Wallace Junct.: 6 42 9 27 . 4 12
6 201 1 18 9 15 Gtrard : 6 401 9 31 4 15
6 09 1 08 9 03 .... Lockport..... ; 6 59 9 42 4 26
6 02] 1 01 8 55 .. CtanesvlUc .~| 7 07 | 9 50 4 34
3~10! ilO 31 ....Conneaut....]. ...: 7 40 s 3 10
0 43) je4o ar v| 110 311 643
5"57i12 571 849 ar.. ..Albion lv 7 111 9354 37
54312 45 836 ... SUadeiand. . 72310 M 451
5 40 ; 12 42 , 832 ■ • Snrlnubor 0 -• ~ *®|lo 0, 4 55
5 33; 12 35! 8 25j -Conneautvll' e - ' ®jjl|® ®
* ofi|l2 15, 8 05.' Mea vie Jet.- } 8 Oijic 3jf j 2.>
453 17 38! lV .Conn't Lake, .i....6110 17! 4 53
4 28 7 00 lv. MeadviUe. lv I 9 50 4 28
p m 8 42 ar ar; 8 42,11 251 0 03
... ll 58; 7 4.5 .. . Hartstown....l io -17 s 3-
...11 53 7 40 .. Adamsvlile ... 10 52 5 44
NO2 11 43 1 7 28 Osgood No l|U 00 4 53
p.m a. m ,
623 ll 35; 7 16 ....Greenvilie ... 6 30;ll is! 6 o« !
6 18 11 25; 7 06 .SlienangO.... 6 40)11 25 6 2o
5 5S 11 02 6 47 Fredonla 7 03 11 46 6 34
5 39'10 44 028 Mercer j 7 22112 07! 70 5
5 25110 29 6 12 Pardoe 7 36'12 22j 7 1 6
5 13 10 20 COO ....Grove City... 7 47 12 33 7 2i
500 10 08| 548.. . Harrtsvllle....! 7581245 7 3
4152,10 00; 5 401., branch t0n.... I 8 06|12 51 7 4
4 55 7 45 I 8 35 1V Branchton ar 7 35112 15 7 25
545) 818 20 ar..-Hllllard.. .lv 650 11 15| 645
4 461 9 551 r, 3511 v.. .Keisters .... 8 10]12 58 749
4 32 9 42 5 21 Euclid 8 22 1 12 8 03
410/9 15| 4 sol liutler 8 501 1 42 5 32
I 1 50 7 20' Allegheny. PAW 11 10. s 50' •
j pm'.a m I 'p. mip. m
J. T. BL.AI It. General Mauajier. Greenville, ra '
w. SAKUEA.NT, u. P. A., Meadviiie, I'a
;. H. FAUBEL, Prop'r. ,
1 TYi'is house \ias been thorough
ly renovated, remodeled, and re
fitted with new furniture and
carpets; has electric bells and all
other modern conveniences for
guests, and is as convenient, and
desirable a home for strangers as
i can be found in Butler, Pa.
Elegant sample room for use 01
& L 3?
Did it ever occur to vou that then* *r«-
drugs and drugs—tbatdrngs ure like every
| thing else —there are good, bid and indif
i fereut. There is nothing el>e which >s
I positively bad if it is'ut just ot the best
j Our policy ha< slwiya been to hare noth
! ing but the best.
When you want drugs come to us and be
assured of fresh pure goods, and always
what you ask for or your prescription call?
for. It may not always be drugs yon want
either. We always have on hand a full
line of sick room requisites.*
C, N, BOYD,
Diamond Block, - Butler, Pa.
'JUIE BUTL.FR COUNTY
CAPITAL FalO'p, - - SIOO.OOO.Oft.
SCBPLI S AND PROFITS, - $46,56» 64.
Jos. Hartman. Pres't.
J. V. Kltta. Vice Pres't, A. Bailey, cashier,
Jos. nartman, C. p. Collins. N. M. Hoover
ohn Humphrey. J. V. RUts,
E. E. Abrams. Leslie Hazlett. I. («. Smith,
W. S. Waldron, W. Herr/Wilson. M. Flnegar.
A general banking business transacted.™;ln
terest paid on time deposits. Money loaned on
Foreign exchange bought and sold.
Jon* W. BROWS. C. A. ARRAMS.
ABRAMS & BROWN,
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance,
NEAR COLRT HOCSE. BUTLER, Pa.
Insurance Company of North America.
102 d year, Assets $9,278,000; Home of New
York, Assets $9,000,000; Hartford of Hart
ford, Assets $7,373,000; Phoenix of Brook
lyn, Assets $5,000,000.
You can Get almost Every
thing yon need Here!.
So They say to ns.
If you need WALL PAPER or
window shades, books or station
ery, 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
The misery that comes out of
ill-fitting shoes is beyond descrip
tion. You can avoid all this if
you buy your shoes at MILLER'S
NEW SHOE STORE. You
not only get comfortable shoes,
but you get good quality and at
prices to suit the times.
We have placed on sale 600
pairs mens high cut Creedmors,
hand pegged at sl. 340 pairs
ladies dongola, button shoes, pat
tips at 85 cents. 280 pairs ladies
glove calf, button at 85 cents.
160 pair misses dong. button,
sizes 12 to 2at 75 cents. Same
sizes in glove calf at 75 cents.
440 pairs infants fine shoes at 25
cents. 420 pairs mens A calf
Cong, and bals at 95 cents. 120
pairs youths A calf, bals, 11 to 2
You cannot make a mistake if
you buy your shoes at the
New Shoe Store,
C. E. MILLER,
Storm Bird, 9459.
Buffalo Boy, 3882.
Storm Bird, record 2:35 at 4 years, is by
Lord Kussell, full brother of Maud S.,
2:08|, siro of Kremlin, 207 J. llis dam has
a record of 2:26} and is a producer. His
grand-dams are Green Mountain Maid
and Miss Kussell. They are dams ol the
"wo greatest stallions—Electioneer and
Nutwood—and have 14 foals in the 2:30
list, 8 of their descemlent:) in the list,
'26 in the 2:15 list, 820 in the 2:JO list and
holds 43 ot the world's records. We make
i his terms lower than this blood can be had
1 elsewhere —$25 to insure.
I Buffalo Boy is by Pocahontas Boy, f>irc
fof Buffalo Girl, 2:12 i. His hrst Jam is a
producer through her first son and his
second daw is dam of Stephen U. 2:28$
Ue \a a representative ot the Pocahontas
Tom Hall and American Star famlies.
IHe is large, fine and a good breeder. Two
of his colts have sold for #I.OOO inside of
two years, both raised in Franklin town
ship, this connty. Farmers and breeders
should consult their n»n interests and
breed to a horse like this aud raise large
tine driver* that bring tLe highest price at
the present time. We make his terms ta
suit the times —$15 to iusure.
These horses will be found at my barn
during the summer ot lb&4. Description
and pedigrees sent on application.
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 childrcns suits are 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.
HARD TIMES SALE.
LOOK AT THESE PRICES. NOTE WHAT THEY TELL.
Clothing at less than half price and at 65 cents on the dollar.
150 pair men's wool pants at $I 50 #
125 boys' knee pant suits at |f c 5 I * 125 and
100 boys' long pant suits at 250 * nd
150 men's half w 00l suits at s3 ' 4 and 5.
125 men's all wool suits at s6 ' 7 and 8
75 men's line black w r orsted suits, sacks
and frocks at $9
We have a large stock on hand and our object is to dispose of the
biggest share of it now.
SCHAUL & NAST,
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 for before.
Yours for Clothing,
Cor. Main and Cunningham Sts. Butler Pa
C. R. ELLIOTT,
130 W. Jefferson Street,
LEADING WALL PAPER HOUSE
W ill ocupy this space next week.
McCANDLESS' HEAVE CUBE
1 have a Heave Cure that will cure any
case of heaves in horses in forty days, il
■sed according to directions, and if it does
not do what I claim for it, I will refund
the amount paid and no charges will be
made for the treatment. The following
testimonials are the strongest, proof of the
medicines power to cure:
A. J. MCCANDLKSS,
Butler, Pa., 1893.
MR. A. J. MCCANDLBSS:
On the 2ad day of April, 1892, I com
menced to use your new cure for one ot
my horses that had the heaves very bad,
and continued to use the medicine for
about forty days and the horse did not
show any signs of a return of them. _ It is
now about a year since I quit givin the
medicine ana the horse has never sowed
any signs of heaves, and I feel stisfied
that he is properly cured.
W. C. CRISWELL,
Butler, Pa., April 3, 1893.
A. J. MCCANDLKSS: I
I have used your Heave Cure and found
it -will do the work if used according to di
rections. Tours truly,
R. J. MCMiuik.
mo™ * im.
315;S.;Main St., - - Butler, Pa
ALEX WILLIAMS, Prop'r.
Everything new—Electric, light,
gas and water.
J* Lodging 35, 50 and sl.oo.i*|
* m * Regular meals at 25 ct«.
Boarding at SI.OO a daj. *+*
Lunch Counter open all-night.
TT y . THE WELL
II Vjl IfI.SyKfTS
J Wortt-Hardm a n
Art Co., will open a Stadio and Photo Par
lors opposite the Hotel Lowry, Cor, Main
and Jefferson Sts., Bntler, Pa. This will
be the best lighted and equipped Stadio
and galleries in the the county. 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, &c. In this line we have
no competition, Our portrait* are made
by hand in our own Studio, from sittingi
or from photos. Our work has reached
the highest standard ol excellence and
is not to be compared with the chMp ma
chine made pictures famished by others.
Walt for UP; get your pictures from ua and
■■aa|| TP n MEX. local or travel
Mr ANTE U& wk
** "" 1 Salary or Commlaalon
p*il weekly. Outfit tree. Special attention
given to beginners. Workers never tall U> make
(rood weekly wngen. Write me at once for par
E. 0. GRAHAM, Nurseryman.
(This bouse is reliable,) KOCHBTIB, N. T
YOu CAIH FIND p» m «3
iu Cl.' in i'irr«Bi K..ii at the AdTertiaiM Burean ol
j CLOTHIER, Butler, Pa.