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THURSDAY. MARCH 28, 1895.
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Administrator's notice,estate of John W.
Ziuimermau's spring opening.
Shloss Bro's spring stock.
Martincourt <fc Co's wagons, etc.
National bank statement.
Burton's suits •
Spring cleaning, Butler Df6 Work?.
Doan's Kidney Pills.
Ste.i Roofing, etc.
NOTE—AII advertisers intending to make
oange.- m their ads. should notify us ol
heir intending to do so, not later than
Administrators and Executors ot estate
can secure their receipt books at the CIT
—Grass getting green.
Oil your lawn mower.
—Put away the sleigh.
—By-by to sausage and buckwheaters.
—The plans tor the new school-house are
A new coal mine is to be opened near
—Don't sign yoar name to receipts tor
—Don't forget the State College Glee
—Now is the time to kill flies—Don't let
—The State Christian Endeavor Associ
ation will meet in Erie, August 22-25.
—Considerable property is changing
bands in Butler at good figures.
A loose window in the Court House
■teiple attracted considerable attention,
dry spell will end next Mon
day. and the long cold spell should follow
—"The People's Telephone Co." is anew
enterprise in Butler and it proposes to re
uce lates one-third.
—Seaunr bought forty head of horses the
last trip, fifteen in Butlbr, Saturday, and
■hipped them East, same day.
—The rain of last Sunday night dam
pened the dirt on onr paved streets, and
next day a few hundred tous of it were
■hoveled np and carted away Still there's
more to follow.
—J. M. Leigbncr has placed his stallion
Crawford Prince, by Crawlord 2:07f, in
John Shanor's hands of the season of 1895,
and will keep him at the Fair Ground, at
sl2 tor the season.
—The Standard continues to buy pro
ducing territory. It is said to hold but
half a million barn Is of oil. available for
its refineries; and to have shutdown sever
al refineries located in Brooklyn, Phil adel
phia, Olean and Buffalo.
—The State College Glee Club which ap
pears here Saturday evening Maroh 30th,
travels in a special car, and it is safe to say
they are a jolly crowd. They are 30 in
number and go from here to New Castle.
The administrators on the estate of
John W. McJnnkin, dee'd. will have a sale
of stock farming implements, grain, house
hold goods, etc , on the premises in Clay
twp. on Thursday, April 18 th. next, be
ginnig at 10 A. M.
—The Phonograph exhibition given by
Mr. Lowthen, of Reynoldsville, Pa. in the
Baptist cbnrch last Thursday evening,
was well attended aud gave geueral iatis
faction, the souir hy Rev. Collius, and re
produced by the Phonograph demonstrated
the completeness of the instrument.
—The Pittsburg Times will begin the
publication of a story, to-morrow, entitled
"The Bride of a Day," the closing chapter
of which will be published in its issue of
April 22. Tbe story will contain a puxzle,
riddle or mystery,for the solution of which
previous to the publication of the final
ohapter, the paper offers prises aggregat
—At the Plve Glass Works, early Wed
nesday m irning, what was apparently a
successful effort was made to cast the
larrfft disk of glass wanted by Rev. Peate
of Greenville for the lens he has agreed to
furnish an observatory at Washington.
The molten glass was poured into a large
Iron band, sixty-two inches in diameter
and seven inobes high, and barring a slid
ing of tbe mold aud slight dripping of the
glass, the experiment was a success. The
disk, which weighs about a ton was put in
an annealing oven, where it will remain
for two week and whether or not it is per
fect will not be known until it is taken out
—Those fellows who like to sit on on the
banks of a creek and fish for suckers will
soon find the weather balmy enough, and
the ground warm enough for such to them,
agreeable occupation, and let us tell yon
that tbe suckers are not all dead yet.
Last Saturday atternoon a stranger,
with a team and buggy, located himself
near tbe crossing of Main and Jefferson
Bts. oollected a crowd around himself and
his rig by selling collar buttons and lead
pencils very cheap, and returning ths
trifle paid for them—a nickle. Then he
cold some other articles at a dime and re
turned the dimes, and some things at a
qnarter and returned the quarters. The
game by this time had beeome decidedly
interesting and money was offered the
gentleman as fast as he oould handle it
Then he sold a lot of rings at a half each
saying something abont returning tbe
money after tbe sale was completed, then
a lot of gilded watoh chains (probably
worth a dime) for a dollar each; then he
pretended to stnff five and ten dollar bills
into some cheap watch oases and sold them
for the amount supposedto be inside them.
Then, Oh! then—he gave his driver the
tip, and away they went at a brisk pace
np Jefferson St. and down towards the
West Penn depot. That man ain't dead
—he's a real, live sucker. He suoked
about 9150 out of that crowd in an hour
Storm Berar<*fl and French Strife*,
H«t>ri" , ' ,,tH . Nov-lty [)» m (J »<nis mid
Fa icv Si-k-t in sreamat va ieiy aud
at 1 • Mttei pric«i» at.
U MJSJM & jif* »
The incidents of the session of Thursday
afternoon were the making np of a case for
the Supreme Court, based of the question
of the necessity for a liquor license or li
censed hotel at a certain point; and Mr
Nixons' proposal to close his bar at 7 p. m.
if granted license.
The conrt-room was crowded Saturday
afternoon to hear the decisions, which
were as follows
Mrs. Mattie Reining. Butler; Frank S.
Clark, Butler; J. Harry Faubel. Bu'.ler;
Herman Lieoold, Butler; McCsfferty <fc
McCrea, Butler; W. H Jellison, Petrolia;
A. <£ A Hocn, Mil er«ti*wn; H. W Stokey,
Zeleiuuple; Charles Stokey, Zeiienople.
HELB OVEB TILL JUNB.
Simeon Nixon, Butler; B J. Forquer,
Miilerotowu; Mrs. L>u Cunningham. Evans
City; Jacuu Rnioer, Butler; Lusk <t i red
N Ziegler. Harmony; Williams &
Brooks, Butler; Jacoo Boos, Butler; J.
Nicholas Iff . Evans Ciry; Johu Dolan.
Millerirown; 0. J Rathe, Saiouburg; F
C. Plabe, SaXouourg; Jno. S Byers, Petro
lia; Baueilem Brewing Co, Bucler; Jos
L. Uhi, Butler.
Nicholas Maugold, Allegheny, Pa; Sam
uel Beam, Harmojy; Richard Bowen, But
The reasons given for refusal, so far a
entered, are lack of necessity, exceptii'g
in the oases fro,n Saxonburg, where it is
violations oi ihe liquor law '
The licenses granted date from April Ist
95, next Monday.
At the sessiou of Court of last Saturday
morning, the arguments tor aud against
granting another trial nt the case of the
Com vs Win. F. McKinuiss were neard
Ou Monday morning the motion was over
ruled, aud the attorneys for the defense
plnad lor a light sentence for the reason
that there was a doubt in their minds as
to the prisoner's gulit. The Dist. Atty.
said there was no doubt in the case and
that it could ne made stronger, and the
Court aeuttneed McKinniss to eight years
in the penitentary, costs, fine, etc.
Letters ol adm'n were granted to Sus
anuab Lacsey on estate of \V. J. Lackey
ot Oakland twp.
Mars is now a borough, the decree bem^
dated Marcu 23, 95, aud election will
be held on Tuesday the 9th day of April,
1895, from 7 a m t>> 7 p in, at Marsnali's
Hall, for borough officers. W. B Boyd,
John flespetihide auu M. S. Sarvey will
hold the election; aud Win. Thieser will
give 10 days uotice of it by posting bills.
The Auuitor found that the new borough
would nve the scuool .district of Adams
twp $466 66, and that on the road aocouut
the twp owes the borough #9.84.
The resignation of Puillip Snitiel a"
overseer of Jackson twp, was accepted,
and Eira Liken* appointed in his stead
Ex-Mayor Richardson of New Castle was
placed on trial last Friday, on charges ol
bribery, receiving bribes, etc , was found
guilty, and was sentenced to pay costs and
a fine of $250.
In the trial of a criminal case in New
Castle last week, the District Attorney
asked a witness "Which have yon heard
most called in question, Mrs. VanEman's
'truth' or her "veracity!" The witness
didn't know but rather thought that it was
her 'veracity ' and even the defendant's
counsel had to smile while the tipstaves
vigorously rapped for order.
The will of Conrad Nickel of Butler twp,
was probated, no letters; also will of An
drew Campbell of Mercer Co.
Letters of adm'n were granted to Jno R.
and Anna McJunkin on estate of Jno. W.
J. M. Grey filed summons in ejectment
vs M. B Finuessy, Johu Painter, et al, for
30 acres in Franklin twp, adjoining lands
of Jacob Snyder, et al.
Nocina Pierret has sued Emma Bauvire
Carrie Lewis has petitioned for a divorce
from Jno. C. Lewis.
Quite a number of ibe citijens ot Saxon
burg were in Court, Monday morning, on
the School Director case, and as they
made it appear that the Democrats had
run in a vote from Jefferson twp, thus
making a tie vote lor that otfioe, the ballot
box "1 the boro was sent for and opened in
Court. The li.-C snowed that the offending
ballot was No. 29 It proved to be a
straie'it Democratic vote Throwing this
vote out would elect the Republican, but
he does not want to serve, so the matter
was let stand for the present. The Repub
(loans down there claim that the Demo
crats are iu the habit ot running in a vote
or two from the adj.lining townships.
The cost* ot the proceedings were taxed to
the School District.
LATB PROPHETV TRAKBXBRB.
Ca'.h. Reep to Maria Gardner 25 acres in
Fairveiw tor sl.
A Frederick to Jos Bleichner 25 acres in
Clearfield for $1,030.
Tbog W Wigtou to Jno F Beatty 4 acres
in Brady for $250
R Fleming to F E Barnhart lot in Con
noq for $125.
W J Cypher to Chan Portman lot in But
ler twp lor $125
W J Cypher to Pat Walsh lot in Butler
twp for $l5O.
Jas A O"sterling to Jno Zorb lot in But
ler lor $2,250
S B Cross, admr. to Jos L Cross 79 acres
n Worth for $1,600.
Paul Donthett to Jas Bredin 700 acres
in Washington for sl,o*'o
J A McCtndlett* to Samuel Irwin lot in
W Knnhury f<>r $1 000
E A Go. bring to W G llaabe lot in But
ler tor $325.
B E Hunt to J T Donley lot in Butler
f" *r $1 500.
J F Aude.rson to R H Graham lot in But
ler for $1,325.
G W Bermont to H Boyd 3 acres in Buf
falo for $712 50.
Mary H Boyd to A W Mates lot it But
ler for SSOO
K C Yates to Ira Ziegler lot in Zelienople
.Alice Hazlett to Franklin Miller lot in
Butler for $2,600.
H J Klingler to Grace Luth Church lot
in Butler for $1,400.
Jno S Wiles to L A Herold 103 acres in
Centre tor $5,000.
G D Kaiuerer to S W Brown lot it But
ler for S4OO
M L Keep to Amos Reep 36 acreß for
J N Thompson to L C Wick lot in But
ler for S3OO.
T H McCarney to Warren darkless 100
acres in Allegheny for $1,500.
Jos Hockenherry to Alice Gorden lot in
Butler for $l,lOO.
T. C. Lee Valencia
Mary Magee "•
James B. Studebaker Vorth twp
Florence Heckathorn.......... "
William E. Barton ...Glade Mills
Mattie Smith Pittsburg
John II Kidd Myoma
Sophia Blakeley "
John L Urie1).......... ......Glade Mills
Mary Walters.... "
Blanch Myers - "
George Wagner........... ....Evans City
Louisa Young "
At Pittsbnrg—W. G Russell of Butler
and Nettie Garritt of Allegheny Co.
At Pittsburg—W. J. Borden of Brinton
and Maggie Kelso of Mars.
—lf Burton cannot show you
goods, and give you prices to please
you, no other clothier in flutler can.
White Rose Flour.
The best straight grade of winter
wheat flour on the market. Manu
factured by Geo Walter & Sons-
Butler Pa., aud sold by all the lead,
ing grocers in town.
The best patent flour. Manufac
tured by Geo. W T alter & Sons Call
at the mill, or your gr-jcerytaan, and
try a sack.
We sell Table Linens, Napkins,
Towels, Crashes and all ktuds of
white goods at very low priced at
L. VSTEI.N A SON'S.
( —A Buniness Education Free, if
!you Ouy your dry goods atDaveuuy's
ikftfc utRAK hi.
At a meeting in Seneca Ha'l, Tuesday
evening, A. G. W illiatns stated that the
bill iD equity—Citiiens of Butler as The
Butler Water Co.— had been prepared,
printed and filed; and that service bad
been accepted by the attorney of the Wat
er Co. A time ha* not yet been filed for
The collector of the Third Ward said he
had secured $30.00, and coald get at least
120.00 more; and the collector for the Filth
Ward had secured $25, with promises of
more. No mouey has as yet been collect
ed in the Ist 2nd or 4ih Wards, and as
from S2OO to S3OO will be needed to carry
the proceedings through, the collectors
and persons interested should secure some
money immediately. For the 4th W»rd
Mr. John Yonnkins w&s substituted as
collector, for Mr. Goucher, who cannot
serve. Some money should be paid in to
Mr. Ritts, of the National Bank, who is
treasurer, as soon as possible.
The meeting adjourned to meet at the
call of Mr Russell, who acted as president
P. H C. Open Meeting.
The open meeting of the P. H. C , and
its friends, in their h til in the Reiber
building Tuesday evening, was a very enr
joyaole affair. The nail was crowded
J no. H. Keed presided, Rev. Miller
opened the meeting with prayer; the or
obestra gave a select ion; Miss Pear! Gregg
delighted the audience with her selections
on the piano and mouth orgaD, as did also
the little sons ot Mr Devinny aud Mr.Fagau
with their songs, and then came the event
of the evening, a speech by tea Supreme
Treasurer of the organizition, Hon Aex
McDowell, of Sharon Alex spoke of the
organization and its good work, and the:i
rnlerred to his experiences in this c.mny
during the Congressional Campaign oi
1S90; is so good natured and humorous a
way as to bring down the house He was
followed by Mr. Palmer, the Supreme Ac
countant, in some remarks on the organi
i at ion.
The choir then favored the audience.
Miss Gregg played 8.. well that she was
recalled a third time. A daughter of I. J.
McCandless recited "Little Joe;" and a
daaghter of Jno. Reed played a selection
on the piano, and Rev. Miller made the
The Circle here numbers some 200
members, and as doing good work.
Rev. E. M. Wood will preach in the
M E. Churoh next Sunday morning on,
"Selfhood or Manhood," and in the even
ing on, "Tae Editor and his Profession."
Christian Endeavor Rally.
The fonrth lecture of the Christian En
deavor lecture course, will be given by
Homer L Castle, Esq , of Pittsburg, in
the Presbyteiian church Thursday even
ing, Apnl 4tb, at 7-45 Subject "Good
Citiiensbip." Lecture free. All are invit
Oil ye People what ride on Wheals an
what not ride-* on Wheals.
The ButLer SiKle Olaß wil hiv A baßd
limß Social Thursday NiCe, March 28-h
1895, at tHe Seneca HaL, 2 wich they
want U to kum.
No 1 aloud in Phnll Dress.
Kum 1, cl" in oil.
By Order Committee.
BCTLER CYCLB CLUB.
Popular Excursion to Washington. Thurt
day. April 18.
The last of the series of popular excurs
ion a from this section to the .National
Capital via B. & 0 R R. in announced
for Thursday, April 18th, when the same
train arrangements and low rates that
were ic effect on the previous excursions
will prevail. Those who have not taken
advantagejof the;previoUß excursions should
not tail to"embrace this opportunity to see
the National Capital. The severe weather
of the past winter is over and tue genial
warm lb of early spring will make travel
ing mure comtortaole. The public build
ings museums, art galleries anil institutions
will all be open lor tree inspection and
delightful fide trips can be made >o points
of interest near by —Baltimore, Annapo
lis, Mt. Vetnon and Richmond, are all
wit.uin easy reach ol the National Capital.
A visitor,s guide to Washington, issued
by the B. & 0. R R Co. giving a synop
sis ot the public buildings and attraction
at the Capital and details ot the excursion,
train schedules, rates, etc., can be had by
applying to any B it 0 agent.
Trains leave B. A Depot, Pittsburg,
900 A. M. and 9.20 P. M. Pullman Par
lor Cars are attached to the morning train
and Pullman Sleeping Cars to the night
Tickets $9 00 for tne round trip from But
Correspondingly low rates from other
Tickets will be good ton days, and will
be valid for passengers frotn Washington
to Baltimore at any time within the lie
of the ticket.
For Pullman Car accomodations aud
guide to points ot" interest in Washington,
address nearest B. <4 0 Agent or E. D.
Smith. D. P. A , Pittsburg, Pa.
New Percales, Docks, Court Royal
Pique, Seersuckers, Ginghams and
all kindß of wash goods at
L. Bt*in SL Son's.
—New Store, New Stock and low
prices, at T H. Burton's, The One-
Burton's Clothing and Furnish
ings, are the best in town for the
Attend the STATB NORMAL SCHOOL
at Slippery Rock. Butler county A
successful school for teachers Best
methods Expenses only SSO for the
term of 14 weeks Spring term be
gins March 26. Send for a catalogue.
Dr, Hess & Go's.
Stock Food, aud Poultry Panacea,
for sale at Geo. Walter & Sou's Mill,
It will be to your interest to give
us a call.
We do not want the earth, but
we do want a fair Bhare of the pa
tronage of Butler and vicinity.—
BURTON, The Clothier.
—lnfants Wool Hose 5 eta per
pair at Davenny's
—lox4 blankets 60c atDAVKNNY's
See our line of New Spring Capes
—the assortment is large and the
styles and prices are right
L. STKIN & SON.
—Home made candies, taffies, ear
mels, and etc., now on hand at the
—Jno. A. Richcy will furnish pure
Spring Water Ice to everybody next
Summer at wholesale or retail.
—Fittest novelties in dress goods
—An honest dollar's worth of
for an honest dollar, is Bar
ton The Clothier's motto.
Fine and heavy all-wool Serge 45
inches wide, all colors at 50 cents a
yard—a big bargain—at
L. STBIN & SON'S.
—Genuine Lancaster Ginghams 5c
The highest price paid for kyk at
• Geo. Walter & Son's Mill, Butler,
—Boy your dry goods at Daven
ny's and get a scholarship for the
Butler Business ij illege and School
vt' (fvo. Aoit at*/!*
Dr. Sbowalter was in town, yejterdav.
Wm Forquer is recovering from a se
vere attack of grippe.
Hon. W. P. Braham of Harrisville was
in town on business, Monday.
Col. Redick has sold his home on Mc
Kean St. to A. C Krug for $2,450.
J. B Mates is attending U. S. Court
Mr Frank Sellers is the owner of some
thing tew, it is a girl.
S. W Moore and S. C. Glenn of Brady
twp. were iu town last Saturday.
Robert Baron of Worth of Worth twp,
was in town on busines, Friday.
Mrs. McJunkin aud S. D Miller of West
Pearl St. are sutferers from grippe.
Hattie McCutcheon of Grove City is the
guest of Alice Kiskaddon.
Thomas B. White of Butler has been
granted a pension.
Col. Lowry WAS out «njoyiug the sun
shine, last Saturday. His health is im
Mrs. A. J. Hutchison has been confined
to her bed for weeks by muscular rheuma
Esq. UcGinley of Concord twp. was in-
IOWU, Friday. His eyesight has been lm
pared of late.
William Currie of Worth twp. is in fee
hie health, also Mary Ann McDeavill of
A. G. Williams went to Sharon last
week to see his daughter Mrs. Smith, who
was seriusly ill.
llettry Trourtnan has purchased theC->re
lot on Main St. adjoiuing S teriff Dma
gby's.—Sixty feet front fur $2,300.
Col. Mechling and Capt. McJunkin at*
te'ided Gen Greenland's luneral al Clarion
Mr-. J. N". Stewart and family have
moved into the Laube house on W. Pearl
J. A. Oesterling sold his house on Insti
tute dill to John Zorb; and E. E. Bunt
bis house on Bowaru at to J. T. Boniey.
Jane Dugau of Morgan St. Pittsburg,
a former resident of Donegal, twp. will be
102 y ears old next. June.
S. 11. Uusulton will move to Pittsburg,
and open a law office in the Bakewell
building «tn Grant St.
Ira McJunkin will move to room F. <fc G.
Armory building, S. F. Bowser aud
brother to the rooais A. V. aud Dale,
Thompson A" Co. to rooms T. <Sc X.
R. C. Brown has gone to Williamsport
on a visit. His history of Butler Co. will
be completed aud ready for delivery about
the Is;, of June. •
Mr. Davis who recently purchased the
Steve Huselton house a. ooruer of Mitfl u
aud Washington, for $d.500. resold it t*
Mrs. Eiieumiiler, tue grocer, lor $9,750.
Eii Grohmau of Dr. Kedick's store car
ried od secoud honors iu tue class ot 26
that graduated from the College of Pnar
macy iu Pittsburg last Tuesday.
Theodore Limberg, who is employed at
fa., has bean on the sick lisr
the past lour weeKs, catne to his home iu
this place, last Saturday, his friends hope
for his early .ecovery.
Kev Henry Shanor w.is in Butler,
Thursday, visiting his folks. His talher.
Daniel Shanor, is not iu good health a'
present. Henry aud his lauiily are now
occupying toe handsome new parsonage
built ty the English Luthern cong.egaiioii
Mrs. Core ol the Butler Music Co. will
personally conduct a river exclusion to
Cincinnati, leaving Pittsbunf, Friday May
3d, on board the Iron ljueen. Round
trip $111.70. Tickets good lor six months,
a band of music will accompany this ex
cursion, good board, good rest, sight see
ing and a jolly good time.
How, William G Thompson who was
born an i raised iu Bntler county, is now
itie Judge of tne 18 th Judicial district of
lowa. Mr. Tnompson came to this place
when a \ onng man, studied law and was
admitted to the Bar here in 1853, immedi
ately after which he went west and settled
at his present home, Marion, Linn county
lowa. He has been in Congress from that
stale and filled various other offices
and is now filling the office of Judge liis
many Iriends here are much pleased to
learn ot his continued success in his new
home He is a brother ol Co!. John M
Thompson of this place.
The ladies of the Women's Guild of S l .
Peter's Church have finished some needle
work undertaken in January for the Alle
gheny Hospital, and are ready to send ofl
their package, but they would be glad to
add to what they have ready, anything
that kind frieuds will spare from wellfiiled
store-rooms and linen closets, or will give,
out of the sympathy, the knowedge of »ut
lering gained iu the sick room and nurse
ries of their comfortable homes. Hospital
appropriations are large, bat hospital
needs ar great; and to theqnestion " Wbat
shall we seud yout" the hard working
• 'fficials seem to have bui.one reply. '• Any
thing yon have; we cat? use it all. Irom a
bar of soap t'i a box of oranges; lrom old
liueu to new flannel; lrom an hoar of your
leisure to a check on your banker, nolhuiK
comes amiss to us " With this statemeut
we leave the matter to the ladies ol ttiis
community, engaging to forward in their
name, auy parcels left at Patterson's rooms
Main St, on Tuesday, April 2, between 2
and 5 o'clock.
You pay for school-books; bat
the best aehool-bouk for your children
is your daily puper. Weil printed,
carefully and intelligently edited, of
instructive contents, first and fullest
with the ueWH and beet in preaemiug
it. the Pittsburg Dispatch filla the
—l2O S. Main St., is T. H. Bur
ton's Clothing Store. Go see his
goods and get hie prices.
Great bargains in Lace Curtains,
Lacea and Embroideries at
L Stein & Sou's.
Always use J A Richey's Cough
Drops Tbey are the beat.
Zuver's Pictures leave nothing
wantiug in finisn, tone or a correct
Take your children to Zuver'a
Gallery tor Pictures that will suit
you. Postoffice building
—Fine Donnett flannels, 5c at
Seud your children to Davenny'a
to get Dry Goods and get a college
education free. Ask about it.
See our line of Kaiki Silks, Pou
gees, Taffetas and Fancy Silks for
wasita from 35 cents a yard up
L. Stein & Son.
alwaya on hand at the City Bakery.
Boarding House Cards, with Act
ol AaaemOly, 25 ceuta tor half-a-dozen,
for sale at CITIZEN office.
Largest assortment of new Silks
and Dress Goods at lowest prices
ever known at
L. Stein & Bon's.
Mr. Jonea—Where did you get
ivtra. Smith—At Davenny's of
courae, tbey have the beat millinery
in town, try them.
Notice to Farmers.
Geo. Walter & Sous have added to
their extensive flouring mills a new
Feed Mill. Tney will be able to do
your chcp,jing on short notice Yon
can take it home with you at once.
The mill is ruuning every day.
RECOLLECT, we charge only the
TENTU, au*l do the work to your
Geo. Walter A Sous.
The highest price paid for WHEAT
at Geo Walter Son's Mill, Butler,
j —A good umoereila ior 75c
11. G. Keil of the 4tb ward had two fin
gers taken off by the knife of a wood ma
chine last week.
A sad accident occurred at the Kildoo
mine in Clay twp, last Saturday evening.
Oscar, a son of Isaiah Taylor, who was
about 17 years of age, and another miner,
were turning a room, and had placed two
shots of dynamite at the bottom, but one
of the shots exploded, and young Taylor
thinking that it was his. walked up to it
and was standing over it. when it exploded
killing him instantly.
While Robert Bard of Centreville and
Mr. Kaylor of Allegheny were at work
Tuesday at the gas plant of H P. Griffin,
south of Centreville, a ternbie explosion
occurred. It is supposed that a spark flew
from a chisel in the hands of Mr. Bard into
the gas. The roof of the building was car
ried away and the walls spread more than
a foot. Mr. Bard escaped with a few
burns, but Mr. Kaylor was not expected to
recover. The explosion was a terrible one
and was felt a mile away.
STATE COLLEGE GLEE OLCB —Mar. 30.
The Pennsylvania State Coll-ge, Gle~.
Bango ami Mandolin Cluus comprising 30
artists of the highest t\pe, will appear n
ihe Park Theatre March 30. The glee
cluo renders with ease the most difficult
selections and intersperses with these a
number of typical college songs The
ha go an>i in .ndoiiu clubs aie ackuowlertir
ed m« pe-r ot similar co lege org.uiza
tions and are everywhere received at.id
gioims ot applause. The ci>iz-ns of fctu ler
•»re i vired to pass criticism ou itm inusv
al abilities ot these boys, and ; •hh r d a
urge audience *'Ui g e.'i tueai
Lost Somewhere between McFaun Pa.,
aud Butler, one large official letter ad
dressed L. W H Ztet, McFaun, Pa., any
person findiug same will please mail same
or deliver same to L VV* liaz.ett, at
Kennedy's Soda Works, Butler Pa. It is
ot no value to si y person except the owner
To Washington, D C. -Last Excursion
of the Series riu Pennsylvania Hath owl.
Tne last of the seiies of low-rate excur*
ious to Washington D. C , via the Peuns, I
vauia Rainoad, will be run ou Thursday.
April 11. 1895. Excursion tickets, good
within ten days, and permitting ot stop
over at Baltimore iu euner direction with
in limit, will bb sold at rates quoted below,
good lor use ou dates above uamed ou al 1
iraius except the Pennsylvania limited
Special train ot parlor aud day coaches
will be run on tne lolloping schedule: —
Trains leave. Kate.
Pittsburg.... -.8.05 A. M.. $9 00
liutler 6 '? " "
iV ashiugtou. Arrive 7 4o P. M. ....
Stop lor diuuer Altoona.
Passengers will use regular trains
through to Washington.
icKets ou sale in Pittsburg, at Union
I'icket office. Filtn AVeUUe aud SmiiUUelJ
Street, aud Umon olaiion, and at stations
mentioned above For lulllutormatiou ap
ply to Tnouiisli Waft, Passenger Agent
>V esteru District, 110 FiUh Avenue, Puts
Wait for the ouiing event of the
.sen«on. Tbe opentug ot the inilli
uery department of Tne Peoples'
Store. Api'il 9. 10, aud 11. We have
engaged oue ot iim UI 'si Q'sJbl? fßC
ummended trimmers to be had in
New York City, aud with nor assist
ance have se:ected one of toe Urgent
and most beautiful stocks of goods
ever brought to Butler
H. W. Koonce, propr.
Closing Out Sale.
La die's wool Underwear at half
price. Muslin and other goods mark
ed down. THE PEOPLES STOBK.
1 X u.
Pictures, Diplomas, Certificates
and Charter* Framed to Order at 3t»9
S. Main St , Butler. Pa
FERD FEIGEL, Prop'r.
CORNER MAIN & MIFFLIN ST*..
Dealers in n>;w and second hand
housenolil goods of every description
Call and see us vVecau save you
No matter how hard the times
the one thing you cannot afford to go
without is all the newn If you want
all the news you get it iu the Pitts
>iur« Dispatch. Ti-e Dispatch pur>.
isfoesl all—U'»t a part outy
The highest price paid for WHEAT
at Geo. Waaer & Son's Mill, Butler,
The highest price paid for EYE at
Geo. Walter &L Sou's Mill, Butler,
Mußic scholars wanted. Lessons
will be giveu either at the home of
the teacher or at the home of the
scholar. Inquire at 124 vV. Wayue
St. But'er Pa.
Bradley's Standard F. rtll zers
For aale at Geo Walter & Son'a
Mill, Butler, Pa. Tnese fertilizer
works are the largeßt in the world.
Call at the mill and get a circular.
f KEt! FREE!
To Kidney Sufferers.
AN OPPORTUNITY W 'R'IIY OF Y >CR
If you suffer with kidney disease
or any ailment arising from an lm
proper action of the kidney a or uri
nary organs, tbia offer we make to
the people of Butler, should interest
you. Iu the advancement of medi
cal science the kidueys, being almost
the orgaus of greatest importance to
human health, have not been neg
lected.and in placing before you such
a cure aa Doan's Kiduey Pills, tfie
proprietors recognize how far BO
many atatemeuta of the makers of
aimilar preparations have fallen snort
of their claims. Being convinced
that no remedy lor kidney complaints
in existence equals Doan's Kiduey
Pills tor such ailments, strengthened
in'these convictions by letters that
are dailv received of the work they
are doing for mankind's benefit, old
backs and young backs are being con
stantly freed from never ceasing
aches, aud many a lane and ahatter
ed one, stooped and cmiracted, is
strengthened, invigorated, and intus
ed with new life, with such a medi
cine. An offer of this kind can be
made without hesitancy, for while
we lose the box we tfive to you, we
make a friend that assists iu the sale
Of mauy others.
One hundred lull boxes of D >*n's
Kidney Pills will be give i away free
to persons Buffering with kiduey ail
mcnls at the undersigned address.
First come, first served, and only
this one chance offered Reuse inner
this is not a sample box, but a regu
| lar size box Of D >au'a Kiduey Puis,
which retails at 50 ceuta. For those
in the country wno cannot cull in,
fifty boxes will be mailed to the first
fifty letters'received in the order ol
receipt. Free distribution tor one
day only, Moa4<ty, April Ist, from
the drug store of
I). 11 WUI4.IH.
Sole airenta for the United States'
I tfouwr AUK/uru Co., Uuifcirfo, Y.
Natural Transit certificates wore worth
Modoc—At least six wells on this field
are doing six bbls each.
Wbitestown—Brandon <t Hazlett's well
on the Shanor is doing 100 t>b!s: the For
est Co's well on the Beigbley is a fair pro
ducer, but the Frishkorn well is dry, it
was shot, Tuesday, and may improve.
Prospect—Rowley Co are down COO
feet on the John Shaffer: Hite .t Hay have
ocated on the J. C. Kelly; the Forrester
well is doing about 5 bbls; the Gill A
Juue well on the Peter Neeley is doinc 15
bbls from the Berea; the well ou the Duffy
or Williams farm is down 600 feet.
Brown- dale—Shanor <fc Co's well on the
Shff Brown has been tubed and is looking
for a good well. .
Cooperstown—Geo Shaffner sold a 25
acre lease on the Rebeca Hill to the For
est Oil Co. The Forest Co's 2 and 3on the
Harbison had no oil in the 100 ft. The
Conner Ji Co's wells on the Rittman, Parks
and church lot are looking good.
W. A. Clark sold a 50-acre lease on the
Michael Ekas, Wednesday, to the Forest
for $80,000; and I J McOandless au S-acre
lease on the Walters for $25,000.
Herman —Huffman & Co's Xn. 4, Lpech
reached the sand Monday, and began flow
Coylesville—Leege & Co's well on the
Jobo Sweeney is pumping 20 bbls; Phi'l ps
an 3 Dennison & Fleegar have r'gs ou ifce
The well drilling by George Schsffner on
Mile Run, south ot Butler, about a mile,
is progressing very favorably and two or
three weeks will determine the result of
The timbers are all upon the ground for
the well in this borough. Bear the Walter
Mill, and the drill will be in motion soon
as the derrick is up. The derrick is to be
of iron, an invention of Mr. Wilson who is
at the head of this new venture. Success,
with oil or gas, will make times lively
The Henry well, up the creek, about five
miles, seems to be producing more oil
than any well north of Butler One day
last week its production amounted to 30
barrels, and did not salt water still inter
fere it is believed it would do that amount
daily. Leasing still continues brisk
throQgh Centre and Oakland townships, in
Too should postpone all pan-bases
of Millinery goods until the People' a
Score has opened oat its newest stylas
and latest novelties—all new goods,
—Try, T. A Morrison's home
—-A fall line of home made candies
ar the City Bakery.
Fine canion flannel- 5 cents at
Plain and fanev Black Go iHs
in all qualities at bargain prices at
L Stkin Sl Son'S.
A Curious Fact.
that nobody ever succeeded in mak
ing a Fruit Biscuit which at all com
pares in the quality or flavor with
Royal Fruit, the p-oduet of the Mar
vin Bakery. Tbiw biscuit is mad>*
from the finest imported raisins, and
ig absolutely free from grit or im
purities of any kind, [ts flavor is
delightful. Sold br all Grocers,
15. cV B.
EVERY STEP = -
Of the way through thiß great
-tore briugs you upon some great
Silks, Crepons, Dress Goods
of every description to 'be smallest
necessity of toilette or house adoro
aifut. Small profit merits every ar
Samples of tbe following will give
an idea of values iu
Dress Goods and Suitings,
Assorted American Suitings,
36 .o 39 inches wide,
25c and 35 els
Black and Navy Blue Serges,
medium wale, wtrv finish, 50 incheß
wide, 50 Cents.
All-wool imported Black Henrietta
45 inches wide, 35 Cents.
Finer qualities,Biack H nrietta,
45 inches wide, 40c and 50 Cls.
20 cases New Imported 1895
Dress Goods and Suitings st>le
and worth beyond all precedent at
50c, 65c, 75c, to $1 25.
Every department is teeming with
bright, fresh, new spring goods—
medium to finest Wash Fab> ics,
5 cents to 65 cents the price
Silks—soc. 65c, 75c, to $3 50,
include newest in Taffeta, Staole
aud Novelty Weaves in every de
sirable and artistic shade and color
The finest specimen of the best
manufacturers' both foreign and
Spring Jackets. Capes and Mil
linery, e».c , in all the artistic beauty
and jauntinesa of 1895 Sj. ring Style.
A Mai' Order Department
equipped to fill y< ur aligntest order
with precision and dispatch.
Will you come, or write us?
6c J3u.li I,
Now is the time to have your
Clothing Cleaned or Dyed, and
aave the 20 per cent we are offer
ing at this time. A trial will con
vince you that w« do good work.
Portiera dry cleaned. $1,25 per
pair; Bruasela or Tapistry carpets
cleaned with >ut lifting, 10c per yard,
Butler Dye Works,
216 Center Ave.
I oil f W. BROWN. C. A. ABRAMS.
ABRAMS & BROWN,
Real Estate, Fire and Lite Insurance,
NEAR COURT HOCHK. BUTLER, Pa
Insurance Company of North America.
102 d year. Assets 563,000; Home ol S»»
York, Asset*l6o.Uoo; Hartford of Hart
lyn. Asset* sfc>.sooUoo. Sr.a Y rk fuller
| J\, a . ft - .
DjM| | W :^HL/
r'd it ever occur to you that there are
drugs mm ,'rTrK—that drugs are like every
thing else —there arf good. bad and indif
tereut. There is no.u. '•!"« which is
positively bad if it is'nt just t»l LU J best.
Our poiicv has always been to have noth
ing hut the best.
When you waut drugs come to us and be
assured of fresh pure goods, and always
what you ask for or your prescription calls
lor. It may not always be drugs yon want
either. We always have on hand a full
line of sick room requisites.
C. IM. BOYD,
Diamond Block, - Butler, Pa.
I EG A L ADVERTISEMENTS.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
By virtue of an order of Orphan's Court,
ot Butler Couuty Pa., at 0. C No. 8, Juue
term 1895. and to us directed, we will on
TBL GTH, DAY OF APRIL, 1805,
at one o'clock p. m., on the premises iu
Penn twp., Butler County, Pa., expose to
public sale the follow iug real estate, late
the property ot Is:»ac Wise dee'd: All
that missuage or piece of laud situated iu
Penn twp., Butler County. Pa , (remain
ing alter (Jaiviu Wise and Wm. Wise each
received the portion of land devised to
them l>y Will of said Isa c Wise dee'd)
and bounded and descrioed as follows to
wit: On the North by lands devised to
William Wise by said Isaac Wise; on the
east by of Fulton ,Shrader: on the
South by lauds of Wm. Kennedy; and on
the West by lands of D. McLaug ilin et al,
and well watered and well improved aud
containing about 35 acres.
TKRMs OF SALE.
Two-thirds casu upon confirmation ot
-ale aud th.- balance iu one year secureu
uy judgment bon'l and mortgage on the
premises, bearing interest, and with au
attorneys commission of five percent for
collection OAI.VI.N WISE, Leota,
J M. PAINTER, Butler Co., Pa.
Att'y. GEORUE B. WISE, Bennett
Allegheny Co., Pa
Executors of ISAAC WISE, Dee'd.
By virtue of an order of the Orphan's
C urt ut Butler Co , Pa , the undersigned
administrator- ot Frederick Sharp, dee'd,
will otter for sale on the premises on
SATORDAY APRIL 13th, 1595.
Atone o'clock P. M , all the following de
scribed real estate of said decedent: Situ
ate in Buffalo town-nip. Butler Co., Pa;
bounded as follows to wit: Ou the north
by iands of Thomas Parker, east by lauds
of Hon. A. D. Wier's heirs, south by lands
of Joseph A Parker and west by lands of
•losiah Painter—containing about 44 acres,
and having erected ihereou a small frame
ham, log dwelling house, mostly clear d
and small orchard thereon, and located
about 3 miles from Freeport Pa.
TEEMS OF SALE —Cash on confirmation
of sale. W. H PARKER, Adra'r.,
of Fredrick Sharp, dee'd.
McJankin A Galbreath Ati'ys.
Letters of admini-tration on the estate
ot John W. McJunkin, dee'd, late of Clay
t W p., Butler county, Pa , having IJ«-M
granted to the undersigned; all perso ■
Knowing themselves indebted to said es
tate will please uiake immediate payment,
and any having claims against said estate
will present them duly authenticated for
John R McJunkin ) „
Auna McJankin, \ Adra 8 "
Euclid, P. 0.
Ira McJunkin, Att'y. Butler Co., Pa.
ESTATE OF CHARLES HASLBTT.
Notice is hereby gtyen that letters testa
mentary on the estate of Charles llaslett,
late of the borough ot Butler, dec a-ed,
have been granted to me tl.e undersigned.
All persons knowing ihem.-elves nletttd
to said estate will make payment to me,
and all persons having claims against said
estate will present the same to me for set
ALICB W. UA.SLETT,
H. II GonciiKß,
Attorney for listnte.
Letter* ol Administration C. T. A. hav
ing been (jrautfit t<» Hie underpinned on ihi*
Mutate of Jane Young, dee'd, late of Con
cord twp , all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate will please call and
si-ttlw and any having claim* against the
s.me will prt-sent ihein duly authenticated
R 11. Youwo,
A. M Cob.Nß Lies,
Letters of administration C. T. A. hav
ing b»eu granted to ttie nndersigned on
the estate of William Bvers, dee'd, late of
Concord iwp, Butl«-r Co., Pa. All per
suns ki ow ng ttiemsi-lves indebted to Said
estate, wi l please make immediate pay
ment, and any having claims against said
estate will present ttiem duly authenti
cated lor settlement to
FRANCIS BYKRS, Adm'r,
Lenta, Butler Co., Pa.
Letters testamentary on the estate of
.1 oun Conrad Stiauor, dee'd, late of Wintes
towu, Butler Co., Penu'a., having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing tnemselve- indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment, and
any having claims against said estate will
present, theui duly authenticated for settle
ALEX. STEWART, EX'R.
W. D. BRANDON,
A I torney.
Letters of administration having been
granted to the undersigned ou U.e estate
■>t Wlllian Lutz, dee'd. late of Lancaster
iwp, Bailer Co., Pa, all persons kuowiug
itieuiMjlves indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment, and any
having claims against said es ate will pre
sent them duly authenticated lor settle
J. N. KIRKER. Adm'r,
Middle Lancaster P. 0.
J. B M ATES att'y Butler Co., Pa.
Notice is hereby given thai letters of
administration on :ti« estate of .lames Sel
lers,dee'd. late ol Butler borough. Butler
county Pa . have been grauted to the uu
dersigued, to whom all persons indebted
to said estate are reqie <eil to make pay
ment, an' l those h ivi <g claims ,»r demands
will uiaK kOOWB lie -une « rin.lit delay
MRS il J SKLLKK.S. Adm'x
E. E Yousa Atty Buller Pa.
GENERAL BRICK JOBBER.
Chimneys. (trite nnd Boiler Setting
Cisurn Building nnd eewer
Work a Specialty.
Owcgo Valley Poultry Yards.
Prize winning buff Leghorns
Barred Pl> month Hocks (Ua«kin's) and
Indian 0 .me cockerels for sale cheap lor
tnitlny •'! Block
Eggs $1 per 15, $1 30 per i!S, $4 ner 100
, C. W. U ARRIHOTOS.
SCHAUL & NAST,
We will just say a few words about our stock of BOYS
CLOTHING. The price of them will
Boys' knee pants suits, sizes 4to 14 75c
Boys' knee pints suits, sires 4to 14 $1 00
Boys' knee pants suits, ti/es 4to 14 150
Boys' knee pants suits, si*es 4to 14 200
50 Dozen Knee Pants at $250., sizes 4 to 15.
25 Dozen Long Pants at 50c., any size.
Schaml S Nast,
Leading Clotl-| iera, 137 3. Main St * Butler, Pa'
OIII? MFW HAS ARRIVED > and we wil
"* be pleased to show you what we
• ! ' r - ve '
f 11 II y You can buy a good, servicable
* business suit for $5.00, but our
\ J < * • line at $6.00, $7.50, $9.00 and
L- M M 1 1. E. SIO.OO are marvels ol beauty and
excellence, better than ever sold
(for the price) in the history of the clothing trade.
Step in and see these goods, you'll be agreeably surprised. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Workingmen take notice: We
have Sweet, Orr & Co.'s Panta- '■" V ■g _ j j
loons and Overalls. If you have 1 ii
worn them, you need no further AXD
mment from us. if not ask to £ i
see them as they are the best m. M f
cheap pants in the world. BUTLER, PA.
Schneideman's Old Stand.
SHLOSS BRO S,
Fair and Square Clothiers, Outfitters and Hatters, Butler Fa
We lead the Procession In Fine Clothing and Furnishings. The <"orrect Things In Mens
Wear. Stylish servicable Uoods at Motey Saving Prices NOW O* SHOW.
OUR NEW SPRING STOCK the pick and flower of this co'intrv's clothing. Specially seleced
Tall-tr made (iarmeuts; In all the Newest and most Fashionable shapes.
It will be to you r Interest to look through our spring offerings In Meu's Boys and Chlklr ns
Clothing when ready to buy. In so doing you will have the Advantage of selecting trom our tn-
Entlre new stock Just Purchased.
We are showing the Largest Assortment of the latest styles and shapes in Derby, Alpine
tell and Crush hates. In all grades.
We cau Save > ou Money on hats or no sale.
We have the most complete stock of Mens Furnishings ever offered here, and would ask your
favors as we are giving this department especial attention.—'The line merits your Inspection,
The balance of the SCHNKIDEMAN Stock Is still on sale at Tjc ON TUE DOLLAR.
Fair and Square Clothiers, Outfitters and Hatters,
104 S. Main Street Butler, Pa.
SCHNEIDEMAN'S, OLD STAND.
Shoes for the Young Folks,
Boys, Youths, Misses and Children.
We aim to have Style and Service combined in our stock of
shoes for Young Folks. The time was when children's shoes looked
as if they had been made by the mile and cut of! in chunks. But in
these days of advanced shoe making, shoes for the little folks, like
those of their parents, are made to fit the feet neatly and comfortably.
Three things are requisite in a well-run business; Knowledge of
Markets, Money to Pay Quickly and Willingness to take Small Profits.
That these requisites are combined in the management of our child
ren's departments is proven by the fact that they will out-wear any
other shoes sold for the price. Have your children try them and be
Shoe Dealer. AL RUFF . s. Main St.
IX L « |
All parts of HARNESS our own make
at FACTORY PRICES,
128 E. Jefferson St., Butler Pa.
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Buggies and everything belonging
to a Driving or Team outfit, at exceptionally low prices this spring.
Also a full line of Trunks and Valises,
Boys' long pants suit*, sizes 12 to 19 $2 50
Boys' long pants suit*, sizes 12 to 19 3 50
Boys' long panu suits, sizes 12 to 19 4 00
Buys' Jong pants suits, sizes 12 to 19 5 00