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THURSDAY. MAY 30. 1893.
Subject to Republican Primary of But
lei county, June 1, 1895 —1 to 7P. M.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
A. ID. CHRIBTLKY,
LEVI M. WISB.
FOR DELEGATE TO STATE CONVEN
DR. V. F. THOMAS.
Of Fairview Borough.
William J. MARKS,
Of Middlesex twp,
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR,
FRAXK E. MCQCISTIOS,
Splits Among the Free Coiners.
The f'ee-silver.coinage men seem to be
having lota of trouble just now. Ex-Con
gressman Sibley, the American Bimetal
lic party's candidate for President, is on
the Pacific coast booming his own and his
party's cause. But his presence in Cali
fornia has prompted the State Silver
League of that State to issue a bittor de
nunciation of him and his chief fuglemaD,
General Warner, of Ohio. The California
silverites plainly insinuate that the W ar
ner-Sibley plan of advocating silver is dis
tionest, and that Sibley's adherents are
evading a vital issue by straddling the
National-bank question. For these and
other reasons they repudiate Sibley and
Warner, and they propose that a Xational
convention be held in St. Louis next
March to adopt a platform and nominate
candidates that all the advocates of fiat
currency can support.
But this is not the only split that threat
ens the new movement, nor is it the most
serious one. Tho free-coinage Democrats
are getting up a fight of their own. Ex-
Speaker Crisp and some of the other lead
ers of that Wing>f the Democracy, espec
ially in the south, object to the movement
lor the free coinage ot silyer at the old
ratio of 16 to 1. They say they are for
free coinage and are ready to commit the
party to the doctrine, ragardless of the
action of other nations, hut they are op
posed to the old ratio. A declaration
binding the party to that ratio, they say,
would be wholly in the interest of the pro
ducers of silyer and would be likely to
ruin the Domocratic party. They propose
no definite ratio themselves, but think that
point should be decided hereafter by the
course of events —meaning, we suppose,
the state of the market. This is encour
aging. It shows that the ex-Speaker and
his followers down south have already
come to understand that free coinage at
the old ratio really means nothing less
than silver monometallism the retire
ment of gold and its representatives from
circulation and a currency greatly depreci
ated in value.
It is not probable, however, that Mr.
Bland and his followers will accept any
such compromise as this. For years that
great wp-ntU of silver has been fighting
for free coinage ai M old ratio. To aban
don that ratio now would leave tne oiWor
advocates all adrift on a sea of conflicting
opionions without rudder or compass.
They know that the present ratio overval
ues silver nearly 100 per cent; hut they
know, too, tnat if that ratio is abandoned
there will be no end of new and dis
tracting propositions. Sometime ago Sen
ator Vest proposed the ratio of 20 to 1: but
at present the actual market ratio is about
30 to 1, and silver advocates like Mr. Bland
don't want a discussion of that point start
ed in their own ranks.
All this must be highly gratifying to
Democrats who, like Mr. Cleveland and
his personal followers, want to bring about
a condition of affairs that will enable the
Democratic National Convemtion of next
year to straddle the silyer issue. If the
Wwt:rn and Botrhern wings of tho fie »
coinage men can be iueited into a fight
over ratios of coinage for the next few
months, the conservative element of the
party will be able to control the situation
sufficiently to rescue the Democracy
from absolute surrender to the frec-ooiu
ers. This may save the party from anni
hilation, although nothing cau save it from
defeat next year.— Ex.
Thk Republican primary election will be
held next Saturday between the hours cf 1
and 7P. M. The only content i* for Dis
trict Attorney A. M. ChrUtley and Levi
If. Wise being the candidates, and aa they
are both capable, worthy and honest men,
no mistake can possibly be made.
Senator Sherman's speech in taking the
chair at the Ohio Republican Convention
Tuesday made the same utterance for
sound money in the Republican party as
Secretary Carlisle has done in the Deux •
cratie party. Senator Sherman is a veter
an in iinanoe, as in politics. He is the
coolest and most far-seeing among the
present Republican leaders. The stand
against free coinage which was expected
of him will have the sauro effect as bis like
position against that money in the 70's. -
The Senator presents a peculiar view in
the claim that ooining silver on Govern
ment account and sustaining it at par with
gold by making it convertible into gold is
bimetallism. In this his position is hard
ly correct, as ailver at present iB token
money, given its value by the public re
liance in the faith and credit of the Gov
ernment that has declared its purpose to
maintain the parity of its coins. But Sen
ator Sherman exhibits his clearness in
showing that free coinage by this Govern
ment alone would b<j silver monomental
lisin, would amnu nt to the repudiating
of fifty per cent of all debts, and would
inflict the greatest hardships on wnge
workers, and the small creditors of the
country. His declaration, too, that in
ternational aolioo is the way to give silver
a real monetary staudiug is indisputable.
While there are sooie of the mark* of
the veteran politician in Senator Sher
man'* argument for aound money, it af
tords a marked contrast to the disposition
of the machine politicals of this State to
turn the Republican party of Pennsylva
nia into an annex to the free silver party—
X BILL regarding electric light tympan
ies, and similar in its provisions to the
Woods Water Works bill, has been "snak
ed''through both branches ol the legisla
ture. and is now in the hands of the Gov
The Death of Grcsham.
Walter Q. Gresham, Secretary of State,
died at the Arlington Hotel in Wasiiin gton
DC. last Monday night. His death was
caused by penumonia, after a sickness ot
four weeks. Gresham was a soldier, a
judge and a statesman, eminent and dis
tinguished in these three great fields of
human endeavor. He rose to the rank of
Major- ger.eial of volunteers nnring the re
u-llion. He was for 14 years United
S aUs district judge tor Indiana and for
light years United State* circuit judge for
Illinois, and held three cabinet portfolios—
postmaster-general and Secretary of thf
tre»?urv u de.' Arthur, and -"eeret'iry ot
itate under Cleveland. Such an epitome
of public Mrvioe few men can bout.
On Friday Rep. Smith of Jefferson, of
fered a resolutitm that there be no final
adjournment until the State has been ap
portioned at the Constitution requires. It
wa= objected to as not being a concurrent
resolution, and it went down.
Bills passed tho House finally that day
authorizing the State Food Commissioner
to enforce the i iws against,adulterations or
impurities in vinegar, jellies, cider, evapor
ated apples and all apple products, and
the lawful labeling in this State; to pre
vent fraud on the users of commercial
fertilizers by using tne word "bone" w-.th
intent to deceive; to provide for the sun,-
munary conviction of offenders under tne
law to prevent persons from unlawlully
wearing Loyal Legion, Grand Army of the
Republic ar.d Union Veteran Legion badg
Monday night it was said that enongb
members of House had been secured to put
the Apportionment bills back on the
calendar. These representatives have also
promised to vote for the pass ige of the
measure. The senate refused to concur in
the amendments to the Woods water bill
made in the house. This information was
carried to the lower body and it insisted
upon its changes. The matter is now in
the hands of a conterence committee.
The Cochrane beer bill, which has passed
the house and is now ready for third read
ing in the senate, was committed to the
finance committee that nigbt.
Tuesday night the Quay- Penrose-
Andrews crowd were outgeneraled in the
house by the Magee-Hastings-ilartin com
bine. The apportionment bills had been
again placed 011 the calendar that afternoon,
and -vhen Quay gave orders (via telephone
from Beaver) that evening to defeat the
bills, the other crowd forced a hasty
adjournment. In the Senate that day the
Smith religious garb bill passed by a" vote
of 32 to 11.
The friends of the Woods Water bill
seem to be afraid to call the bill up in the
Senate. It was passed by the House
with some amendments and sent to the
Senate for concurence. It was on the
calendar all last week, but when it was
reached each day Senator Woods asked
that it go over. The Senator lrom Mif
flin says there is no hurry about the bill;
that he is waiting to it carefully
to see whether he wants the Senate to con
cur or insist on the original bill being
passed and have a committee of confer
The Governor hat* t-igned the Farr compul
sory education bill. It is a mild measure.
Under its provisions all the children be
tween the ages of eight and thirteen are
required to attend school at least sixteen
weeks in the year unless excused by the
board of directors. Children who are be
ing taught in private schools or by private
tutors at home are not required to attend
school. Truant officers are provided for
in each school district whose duty it is t<>
see that the law is enforced.
As an instance of how a bill can be rush
ed through if no one is interested in oppos
ing it. take the case of the bill introd need
by Senator Grady at Tuesday afternoon's
session of the Senate last week. It is in
tended to meet objections raised by Judge
Biddle, of Cumberland county, in his re
cent decision newspaper men ac
oows to the marriage- license docket The
bill provides that Orphans' Court Clerks
•hall, immediately after issuing a marriage
license, enter it on the marriage-license
docket, and that the docket shall be open
for the inspection of the public at all
times when the office is open for the pur
pose of issuing marri ge-licenses. Any
person is allowed to make a copy or an
abstract of the docket entries for publica
tion in any newspaper, and any clerk who
violates any of the provisions is liablo to
a fine not more than SSO for each oliense,
under conviction before an Alderman or
Justice of the Peace. Immediately after
the bill waR introduced it was reported
from committee and at once read a
first time. On Wednesday it passed sec
ond reading, and on Thursday it passed
finally and was sent to the House for its
It is said that;
Winter seems to be over again, and the
garden "truck" is showing up again.
Squire Weigeland wife recently visited
relatives in Brady Twp.
The Hensliaw and Heasley well on the
Forrester farm is very dry, and no doubt
it would be fun to hear J. C, Kelly and
las. Forreiter consoling each othor.
J. B. Edmundson is bui.'ding a house on
Dr. Roth don't mind little troubles, but
the beau that upset hi-i boescap ought to
have taken time to set it up agaio.
J, M. Weigle and family, of Butler, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weigel,
Mrs. L. 11. Edmundson. of McKeesport
has returned home from a visit to her fat -
er, Wm. Mnrtiri and her sister, Mits (Jus
Messrs Banna, Milleman,, Lackey and
Cook drilled the Ford Forrester without
any bad luck,
Shannon <fc Hindmau recently painted
Dr. J. B. Thompson's dwelling anil office
and made things look nice in general.
Mrs L. K. Lepley is busy at present in
structing her music students. Mrs. Lepley
is said to be an excellent teacher.
Secbler <fc Co., dealers in all kinds of
marble and granite work, report trade as
booming this summer. Those needing
monuments etc. should contract for theiu
Mrs H. W. Henshaw and Miss Lottie
Blair were in Butler on business, one day
Miss Eva Murphey, of West Liberty, is
working for Mrs L. M, Koth, at present.
Fred Wehr is the happiest man on
Franklin St., over a new boy, that arrived
at his house, last week. Come Fritz, the
ice cream this time.
Charles Johnson says John McLure
onght not to plaguo lii.n about "driving
the 'orscs and following the 'arrow."
The game of ball between Sunbury and
Prospect was a very ?ine game for ama
teurs, the score being sto 0 in favor of
A band of Gypsies camped near town
recently, and some of our young folks got
their fortuuea told. Some of the girls are
to be married within 4 years, while others
are to wait only 15 months.
Lewis Musser, of Muddy Creek twp.,
helped Os Shafer do odd chores about the
creamery, one day last week.
Rev. McClelland pref-Ched the memorial
sermon in the Presbyterian church. Last
Levi Wise, candidate for district att'y
was here not long ago.
Lucinda Oitchlow.Mrs. Allen Rarr
and Miss Katie R»rr had the same birth
day. Friday. May 17th. and little K»tie
said it was Ihe calf's birthday too.
Mrs Roehm, the excellent hostess of the
Prospect Hotel, has renovated and re
modeled the inside apartment.", till it looks
like a new house, and the ice cream is en
gaged before frozen on Saturday evenings.
Daniel Weigle, who was working at Ell
wood, is home at present.
Mr. Eli Moore and wife. Mrs. Frank
Moore and son. Albert, of Muddy Creek
twp.. were the guests of Mr and Mrs.
Ford Forrester, one day last week.
D L Hockenberry is moving his honse
R v. James Young. of North Washing
ton will lecture in the church of this plsce
to morrow evening. Subject, "Intemper
Perry 0 Wo]ford is breaking all record
as a rond snpervisor. lie has all the road s
in Cherry South completed: Mr. Wolford
stands a good show of being sent to th e
legislature next time.
Several of onr leading sports went ove
to the log picnic or dance at Feister Park,
on Sabba'h and gamMed away until everv
cent ther bad was gone. Some of them
borrowed money with the expectation of
making a fortnne at the "fortune wheel."
hnt instead of making a fortune lost ail
they had. •
The coal company are still talking of
moving two of the large dwelling houses
over to their new mines. Tbey recently
emploved an expert mechanic to examine
the ll", floors and partitions of the build
ings to see if they would go to rack, but
after a long snd thorongh examination the
mechanic found them O.K fall rijfht.)
Orii repiesenta lives at Earrisborg »»r-
C.UPHI Ouu for the nlippe.'yrook Normal
and $12,500 for a hoapiul.
The Republicans of Lawrence county
nominated 11. P. Shaner, of Enon \ alley. I
for Register and Recorder; those ot Mercer
county, U. D. Moss for Poor Director
Beth conventions, he'd M< nday, indorsed
Haywood for State Treasurer.
The Republicans of Pittsburg will make
an effort to secure the next Republican
\Vhile Quay was in Philadelphia Mon
day quite a number of prominent men
tried to make peace between him ond
Martin but failed, and the war will go on.
C. L. Magee, ol Pitttburg, was one
of the Senator's visitors and he is likewise
credited with being a bearer cf the olive
branch. He dined with Quay that evening,
but if he made any overtures looking to a
truce between the junior Senator and Mr.
Martin,there was no evidence of any yield
ing of tho Quay side.
Mr. Magee was asked about the recent
newly formed alliance between him and
the man from Beaver, but he merely smil
ed and replied seutentiously:
"I have always been a friend of Don
Cameron and I see no reason to change now.'
This is taken to mean t'.iat Quay and
Magee have joined their forces to bring
about the re-election oj Cameron to the
Senate, and that they will also be found
together in controlling the national con
vention delegation from this state in 189 G.
At the Ohio Republican convention at
Zinesville, Tuesday, Gen. Asa S. Bush
nell, of Springfield, was nominated for
Governor. Sherman presided, and made
a speech saying that an Ohio man would
be the next President, meaning McKinley.
WICK —At her home in Harrisville, May
25, 1895. Mrs. R. K. Wick, aged 71
URQUHART —At her home in Penn twp.
May 25, 1895. Mrs. Lydia Urquhart
aged 44 years.
DERRIMORE —Mrs. Mary J. Derrimore
wife of Wilson Derrimore died April 28,
1895, aged 69 years 4 months and 1 day.
Tis hard to break the tender cord.
When love has bound the heart
Tis hard, so hard to speak the words.
Must we forever part.
I hope to meet you in heaven.
Where we will part no more.
William G. Cowan, an old lumberman
of Earns Citv aud Parker City, died at his
home in Allegheny, last Saturday, in his
A cream of tartar baking powder,
est or nh i—strength.— Lutes
1 Uuited Status Government Fdoa
ROVAI.. BAKING POWDER CO., IOC Wall St., N. T
Girls, Get to Work.
Corect our advertisement.
One Each Week.
Beginning week commencing
on April 22(1.
Ending this week.
Answers must be in by June 5.
We have a notion that our advertising
writi-r is careless or ignorant in the matter
of his gramrufr. We know he is a bungling
speller . We want to teach him a lesson in
these matters, we have therefore,
Resolved, We will give a pair of $4 shoes
to any school girl in Butler or Butler Co.,
who shall detect the Rreatest number of
erors in gramuier or spelling in our adver
tisements in Butler papers until the last
week in May, advertisements to be changed
once a week. Should two auswers be alike
the first one received will secure the $4 shoes
the second answer or second nearfst will re
ceive a pair of $2 Oxfords; the third will re
receive a pair ol $1 Oxfords. Cut all ads
out, mark all errors and seud in the last
week in May. Allauswtrs must be in by
Jane 2d. All errors to count from the be
ginning "GIRLS GET TO WORK,"
through tothe last word in our advertisement
Errors In punctuation and printers' errors
Ladies' Vaser Ties, tiped.. .$i 25
Ladies' Prince Albert 1 25
Dadies' Southmore Tics .. .. 1 25
Ladies' Juliet, tiped or plain . 1 25
Ladies' Oppera Toe Slippers
50c to 75
Ladies' Kid Button Shoes... 88
Misses' Kid Button Shoes... 88
Children's Dongola Shoes
50c to 75
Children's Sandels, 75c t0...i 00
Infants' Cacks 25c to 50
Men's Outing Shoes 1 00
Men's Bycicle Bals 2 00
Men's Canvass Shoes 2 50
Men's A Calf Dom Pedroes. 1 00
Boy's Base Ball Shoes, 6sc to 75
Youth's School Shoes 75
If you want to see a nice line
ofTan Shoes at prises surprising
ly low call at
The Now Shoe Store
C. E. MI I, LEU,
2 1 5 S. Mai;> St.. Butler, Pa.
rnnn - end us ) our ratne and address
HKHi HUnit receive l.j RETURN MAIL
a package of Armstrongs Little
System Pills The be-t Pill for general
use ever »dd. We send ther.i free and pay
the postage We want von to use tliein.
Also call your attention to our "I CURE
U" one of the very best re.nedies for in
ternal or external pain It is excellent.
Our goods are sold iy druggists and
deilerx ever where. Address the
I BE I CO,
D. L CLEELAND
125 8. Main, St.
Notioe is hereby given that Joseph ltock
enstein, committee of Francis p [!aldanf
has filed his first and final aero-.nt as coin
inittee in the office of the frothouotary ol
the Court of Common Pleas of Hutler
county, M's. I). No 15 fept T. 1*91:
and that, the same will lie pre. >nted to
said Court, for confirmation and allowance
Saturday, .'aiw Btb. 1895.
Samckl M. Seato.v, Pro.
Pro. Ofllce, May 9th 1895.
By virtue ot sundry writs of \ en. Ex.. Ft. l a.
Lev. Fa.. «■•.. issued out of the Court ot Common
Pleas of Butler Co.. Pa., and to mo directed
there will be exposed to public sale at th»'
Court House, iu the borough ot Butler, on
.Friday, the 31st day of May,
A. D. 1895. at 1 o'clock r. m,, the following de- ;
scribed property, to-wit:
En No. '■*<. June Term. 1895. S W l>ana. att y.
4,11 the right, title. Interest and claim of Peter
3cbatlemantle of. In aud to 4<;i acres ot land,
more or less, situate lu Mudilycreek twp . But
ler Co . bounded as follows, to wit: On the
north by i'ortersville boro. and lands of Samu
el Breneman and (iala i;ieun. east by lands of
Philip Newton Kobert Glenn. Bellls and
Es<i Duncan, south by lands of John Marshall
and Esq Uuncan and west by lands of Floyd
McClymonds and llenry Eakins; said land being
mostlv cleared, under tence aud In a talr state
of cultivation, with one two-story brick and
frame dwelling house, one two-story frame
dwelling house, and one stone house, three or
chards, three large frame barns, and other out
buildings erected thereon. Seized and taken lu
execution ss the property ot Peter Schelteman
tle at the «ult of John Cooper.
E D No. oe June Term, 1895. J M Painter, att'y
All the right, title, interest and claim of Da
vid 11 Alworth of. in and to si acres ana 150
perches ot land, more or less, situate In Parker
twp., Butler Co.. Pa., bounded as follows, to
wit: Beginning at the southwest corner of the
piece at the E >ter Hutchison line, at a stone
corner, thence north l!* east by lands of E
Wally and A Uraw Ist perches to a stone corner,
thence south *9 1-3 east by lands of 11 S
Adams 52 perches to a stone, thence south it;
east by lands of Thos J Alworth and public roau
131 0-10 perct.es to a stone. thence on the same
bearing along said road *9 4-IU perches to «.
chestnut at road on the said Ester Hutchison
line thence south 743s west by land of said Es
ther Hutchison 104 0-10 perches to the place of
beginning, seized and taken In execution as
the property of David H Alworth at the suit ot
Terzth M Lewis and Pennlah M Alworth now
E D No. 05. June Term l-*95. J M Painter, att'y
All the right, title, interest and claim of Da
vid H Alworth of. In and to 40 acres and 112
perches ol land, more or less, situate lu Parker
twp., Butler Co.. Pa., bounded as follows, to
wit: Beginning at the northwest corner of this
piece or parcel of land, thence south sy cast 5m
perches by lands of M S Adams to a stone,
thence north 16 west 124 perches by lauds ot
Jos F Alworth to Thos Alworth. Jr. line.thence
south »7>4 east 58 perches by lands ot the said
Thos Alworth to Tuos J Al worth's corner, thence
south its east 132 8-10 perches by lands or Thos
J Alworth to place of oeglun ng, having an or
chard aud plank house erected thereon. Re
corded In Mortgage Book So. 22. page 194, Seiz
ed aud taken In execution as tue property of
David 11 Alworth at the suit 01 Peter Whltmire.
ED No. 07, June Term, lsji, Williams &
AU the right, title, interest and claim of (i.e.
Barnes of. in and to Fifty lour acres of la id,
more or less.sliuated In Washington Township,
Butler County, Pa., bounded as lollops, to-wit:
On the North by lands ot lleury Dauaeuspeck,
East by lands ot Ell C'oun, South by lands ot
Ephriam Kreager and Daubenspeck heirs. West
uy lands of Campbell Daubeuspeck, recorded in
Mortgage Book No.. 29, Page 159, one story
board house log stable orchard thereon.
ALSO Of. lu and to 43 acres ot land, more or
less, situate in Parker twp., Butler Co.. Pa.,
bounded as follows, to-wlt: On the north by
lauds of Amanda Hoover, east by lands of John
Daubenspeck and John Ward, south by lands
of W K Shyrock and West by lands
of James Mechlins and Jesse Everetts. Re
corded in mortgage book No. 29, yag" 159.
Seized aud taken in execution as tne proper
ty of U C Barnes at the suit of Alex Mitchell tor
use of John Forcht.
ED No 59, June T 1895. C. Walker and T. C.
Campbell, attorn. ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim ot »v u
Sedwlck.Wb Sedwick Catharine Pain(orPayne),
Ben SedWick, I'attersou and Caroline Pat
terson his wlfe.J. seuwick, Wesley sedwick.
Job Sedwick and M c Sedwick. heirs at law of
Elizabeth Sedwick dee d . of. iu and to one
-1 hundred and twenty acres and forty perches
of land, more or less, situated lu Parker twp.
Butler county, l a., bounded as tollows to wit:
Beginning at a While Oak, thence by lauds ot
Win. Campbell's heirs North 0 west 13,8-10
percues u> a chestnut, thence north S9 east
•2,9 iu perches to a post, thence by lands ot
Anthony Guldldger North west IG3 perches
to a post, thence by lands 01 Asa Ward south
S2 west 117 s-10 perches to a White Oak thence
by lands ot Levi litbson and Kobert Campbell
South ' . west o» perches to a post. t**c.- south
8y west 114,1 10perches to the place of begin
ning, having a two story frame dwelling house,
baru and other out bulldldgs erected thereon.
Seized and taked In execution as the property
of W U Sedwick, SV B Sedwick, Cathanue Pain
or (Payne; BenjanuneSedwlek, Pattersou
and Caroline Patterson his wife, J. Sedwick,
Wesley Sedwick, Job Sedwick aud M C Sed
wick heirs at law of Elizabeth Sedwick dec.d,
at the suit ot Joseph Bushneli et al.
E. D. No, 57 June Term 1895, F. J. Forquer
All the right, title, interest aud claim of
Harry Hamlliou et al Partners of. in and to all
that certain i*ece or parcel of land containing
%ot a acre more oc less, situated In Marl on
twp. Butler county, Pa., bounded as follows to
wli: On the nortn by right of way ot SJt A K K
Co,, east by lauds formerly of Wm. Byers,
south by lauds ot same Wm Byers, west by-
Public road know n as the graded road, to-gelli
er with the right of way belonging thereto, to
lay and maintain water pipes over and through
other lands otsujd Win Isyers as contained and
granted by Win Byers and »lte to James Bred
iu l>> deeu antra ttic xocix Any ol September
1973 recorded In deed Book 35 page aai. which
right with tile laud herein above described la
now vested 111 llarry Hamilton the deft and as
a part thereof and belonging thereto, by vlrture
ot deed recorded in said county lp deed boO£
151 page 311: together with a two story lrame
building used as a store room and dwelling
house combined, stable aud other outbuildings
erected thereon, seized aud taken lu execution
us the property of Harry Hamilton et al Part
ners at the suit of Norman Hall, Agent.
E. D. No. 03, June Term 1595, J, 1). McJunkin,
All the right, title, Interest and claim ot
Margaret Foster and Benjamin Foster of. In
aud to eight acres, of laud, more or less, situ
ated In Butler twp. Butler Co . Pa., bounded
as follows to wit: "u the north by lands of
Samuel A. Fearce. east by lands of Abram Mc-
Candless, south by lauds 01 Virginia McCand
less, west by road refercd to in a deed froai
Silas Pearce and Elizabeth his wife to Horace
Pearce said deed bearing dale 21st day ot Nov.
1871 and recorded ill deed book -JJ page 345,
Willi a lrame house, board stable and other
outbuildings erected thereon. Seized aud taken
In executiou as tue property of Margaret Fost
er and Benjamin Foster at the suit of Henry
ii. D. No. 04 June Term 1895. Williams & Mitch
All tUe right, title, interest anil elalii ot Ezra
Stewart or, in ami to twenty-tlve acres or land
more or less, situated It Cherry twp, Butler,
Co., Pa., bouudeil as follows, to wit: Begin
ning at tlie southwest corner at a post thence
by lauds o£ David Stewart and Wui. .M. Slnra,
north J, 1 1 cast 'JI perches to a post, thence b)
lands ol said \Vm. M. Slilra ana heirs ot Jonls
linker south ss east 11 perches to a post,
tlience by lands of 15. Maud ,J (J Steiudorf,south
3ij west !)l perches to a pjst, theuce by lands
ol David Stewart north »s west 41 perches lo
the place of beginning. Seized and taken In
execution as the property of Ezra Stewart at
the suit of (ieo 1) Beau Ex'r for use of Maria
aiul Amelia P.an
K i) No. 01 June Term. 1895. Williams &
All the right, title. Interest and claim or John
tiailaglier of. 1n and to 41 acres of laud, more or
less situate In Clearlield twp. Butler Co. Pa.,
bounded as follows to-wlt: On the north by a
public road formerly by lands of Nicholas
Blelchner and J jseph Sliubel. east by lands or
Jas Kami, south by lauds of Jas (iallaglier and
west by lands of Wendell Osche, and the same
being Dart ot a larger tract of land conveyed to
Cornelius Uallagt-er by John (iallaglier and
Aun his wife, by their deed dated the 17th day
or Oft. A 1) 18.v>. recorded in said county.ln deed
book tw page 520 : having thereon erected a log
dwelling house, log barn, orchard and other out
bui!dlr.K». Seized and taken In execution as
the property of John Oallagher at the suit of
E1) No. 00 June Term, lsyv Brandon & Lusk,
All the right, title, interest and claim ot Wm
H Smith 01. In and to yo acres or land, more or
less, situate In Cherry twp., Butler Co.. Pa.,
bounded as to llows, to-wlt: On the north by
lands of - Kelly, east by lands now or form
erly of Sullivan brothers, south by lands of Wm
Dobson ft, al and west by Joslah Hall et al. and
having thereon erected a small plank house and
small stable. Seized and taken In execution as
tlie property ol Win li Smith at the suit of But
ler Savings Bank and (ieo B Behm.
E D No. 61, June Term. 1895. ABC McFarlaod,
Ail the right, title, interest and claim of E
Alonzo Irvine of, In and to a certain piece, par
eel and lot or ground, more or less, situate in
Adams twp.,Butler Co..Pa. bounded as follows,
to-wit: On the north by lands of J 11 I'ringle,
east by street adjoining lauds ol Uro Marbur
ger 80feet, south by lands of lot or John Cald
well 121 feet and west by P & \V It R; being lot
No.:» In the plan of lots located by hllas Irvine
having a cott age house of three rooms and a
summer kitchen, a good frame stable and other
outbuildings erected thereon. Seized and taken
and taken In execution as the property of E
Alonzo Irvine at the suit of Samuel Kaufman.
Ell No, a) June Term. 1895. FJ a: W A For
All the right, title, Interest and claim or (i I.
Illlltard ot. in and to all thatcertain lot or par
cel of ground. mor? or less, situate in Karns
City boro In Fairview twp., Butler Co., fa .
bounded as follows, to-wlt: On the north by Pe
trolta St. east by land of K K Abrams, south by
()h\e st, anil west by M K parsonage; having
one two-story frame dwelling house of s rooms
and one summer kitchen erected thereon.
ALSO—Of, In and to all that certain lot or par
eel ot ground, more or less, situate in Earns
City boro In Falrview two. Butler Co., Pa.,
bounded <>sfollows,to-wlt: On tiie north by Olive
■St, east by linds of E li Abrams, south ov
lauds ol Jas O llarra et al and west by Church
St., having one frame barn and other outbuild
Ings erected thereon.
Seized and taken In execut ion as the property
of O L Milliard at the suit of Mrs E LKhgrow
El) Nos. 3,' i and (W June Term, l>!<s. WllliaUTs
& Mitchell, attj's.
All the tight title, interest and claim of El
leu llav lson and Samuel Davison or Davidson of.
in and to 71 acres and GO perches of land, more
or less, situate In Adams twp., Butler Co., Pa ,
bounded as follows, to-wit: The tlrst piece con
taining «3 acres, more or less, bounded as fol
lows, beginning at the southwest corner thence
north -.lik westperches by lands of the heirs
now or formerly of Jos Johnston, thence south
57 east 9 perches, thence north -'('A, west, a
perches, t hence north r>7 west to a stone.thence
north l)i west 24 perches to a post and stone
thence west 270 perches to the place of begin
ALSO—AII that other piece of lan I situate in
Twp. Co, and State aforesaid, bounded north by
lands el Ceo Marburger. east by lauds «f John
Caslidollar, south by lands of Wm Johnston
and on the west by lands of Jos Johnston, con
taining 11 acres and perches more or
less, both tracts being mostly cleared, having
an orchard, frame barn, frame house, coal
bank. etc. thereon. Seized and taken In execu
tion as the property or Ellen Davison and Sam
Davison or Davidson at the stilt ot Wm Roll,
E. D. No. 58, June Term was, W. D. Brandon.
All the right, title Interest and claim of
Frank Markwell et al of. In and to 27 acres and
I'.', perches of land, more or less, situated lu
ord twp Bntl t.Ct I a bo u u., 1
lows, 10-Wlt: Begi.nug tu the northwest
corner. Ilience by Brown and McClellan lielis
south H* easi .» perches, tlience by Slmor.
King, south l-j west 80. s 10 perches to asto.ie
across the road, thence by SUeakly north »
wrst perches. tlience by nam" so'ith til
weal lti.is : ioo per, lies, thence by Mrs. McCall
north tO" west-J.l-io perche* to a post, thence
by M. Bowen north l.t-2 east 81.30-100 perches
lo the [ilac- of beginning,having a board house,
log baru and other out tmlldlqgs erected there
ALSO'-Iu and to * acrai of d. raor* or
less, situate J :n Coneer 1 twp, K'Jler, Co.. I'a,
bounded a> follows, to wlv Beginning at a
post on bank of the ~ree* theuei north by
lands of—— to rods more or less to north
east corner ot lot of riiomas, thenee
west aloug line of Thomas lot to public .r>\i!
thence by the course of the public rvad to a
point where the continuation of the tint
line above described would Intersect the .
road, thence by lands of 11 .1 Robinson s>uth
£7,3-4 east M perches to a post near the old;
coal bank, thence by same south 1 - east |
24.2-to perches, thence by same south sa.i-2 |
east 79 perches, thence by Clymer hetra south :
! 1-2 east 21.1-2 perches, thence by El. Kediek
and K Kreager north 8».l- - - west 14<> purclies
to the plaot< of beginning. Seized and taken In i
execution as the property of Frank Mark well;
et al at the suit of Stephen Mark well.
E. I). No. 35 June Terra. IS#5, James Bredin,
All the right, title. Interest and claim ot it J
C Dodds of. in and to 40 acres ot land, more or
less, situated In Adams twp. Butler. Co.. Pa.,
bounded as follows, to-wlt: On. the north by
lands ot Dr Sterrett and J J Smith. east bv
lands of J I >mith and John Dodds heirs.sou th
by lands of John Dott and west by 1
lands of J D Magee; said lands being mostly ,
cleared and In a fair state ot cultivation with ]
a two story Irarae duelling house, frame and
log stable, orchard and other out-bulldings
Seized and taken In execution as the property
of K C Uodds at the suit ot Kobert SI Gibson
aud J C Alexander, ex'r.
E D No. 35 June Term, 1893. Jas BreJlu, att'y. i
All the right, title .interest and claim of John I
Dodds of. in and tb 4fi acres of land, more or j
less, situated in Adams township, Butler. Co.. j
Pa., bounded as follows, to-wlt: On the north (
by lands ot J J j-mith. e.ust by lands of Sidney
Morata. south by lands or Wm Wilson and
John Dott. west by lands ot K O Dodds about
30 acres of said land being cleared and iu *
fair state of cultivation.
Seized aud taken in execution a> the property
of John Dodds at the suit of Robert M (iibnou
and J C Alexander. Kx'rs.
Test E, D. No. 0 June Term 1*95. Hladraan a;
All the right, title, interest aud claim of It L
McC&mlless of, In and to a certain lot of ground
more or IC3S. situated lu Hie village of hluclid.
In Clay twp, Butler Co., Pa. bounded as fol
lows. to wit: On the north by lands of J J
.Mliler, east by lands of M >ry ItclvlsslL-k, south
by PuDllc road, west by lands of J J Miller
Containing < 100) one hundred and sixty feet by
(100} one hundred feel, on which Is erected a
two story trame dwelling house and other out
buildings thereon, Sel/.ed and taken lu execu
tion as the property of K L McCandless at the
suit of J H Wilson .
E, D. No's. 02 and OS June Term 1593, Williams
£ Mitchell Atty's.
All the right, title. Interest aud claim ot M S
McOarvey of. in and to a certain piece parcel
and lot of ground more or less, situated In the
village of .North Washington. Butler Co.. Pa.,
bounded .is follows, to wit: on the nortn br
au alley, cast by a street, south by Mam street
and on the west by lauds ot Mrs. William Con
wav. Same having a frontage of sixty (00) leet
more or less and a depth of one-hundred and
eighty (180) feet more or less and having there
on erectea a frame stable and out bu ildtngs
being the same lot and premises that w re
contracted to be sold by said plalnuil to said
defendant by articles of agreement between
them bearing date tue 22nd day of March 1894,
and the claiui of plaintiff against ihe said de
lendant being for balance of purchase money
ol said lot and premises due aud owing by the
said defendant to the said plaintiff under the
atoresaid articles of agreement. Seized aud
aken in execution as tne property of M S Sc-
Uarvey at the suit ol N M Hoover, M D, et al.
TERMS OF SALE:—The following must be
strictly complied with when property is stricken
1. Waen the plaintiff or other lien creditor
'otcomes the purchaser the cost on the writ
must be paid and a list ot the liens Including
mortgage searches on the property sold to
gether with sucn lien creditor's receipt* for the
amount of the proceeds of the sale or such por
tion thereof as he may claim must be furnished
2. All bids must be paid in full.
3. All sales not settled immediately will be
continued until 1 o'clock r. m. of next day. at
which time all property not settled for will
again oe put up and sold at the expense and
rtskot the person to waotn tlrst sold.
•see Pardon's Digest, Jtu edition, page 410,
and smith's Forms, page .!»!.
ANDREvV U.CAMPBELL, Sheriff.
Suerlff's omee. Butler. Pa.. May 9, 1895
By virtue of writs of Fi. Fa , Al. Fi. Fa.
etc, issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas of Butler Co , Pa., and to me direct
ed there will be exposed to public sale at
the Court House in Butler, on
MONJAY, JUNE 3, 1895,
at 1 o'clock p.m. the following described
E D No. 77 June Term, 1895. J D Mar
All the right, title, interest and claim ol
L W Stillwagon and Adam Stillwagon of,
in and to 10 acres of land, more or less,
situate in Slipperyrock twp., Butler Co..
Pa., bounded as follows, to-wit: On tlie
north by lands of Frank Balston et al, east
by lands of A C McCandless, south by
lands of Alex Black and West by lands of
Wm McCoy, with au orchard, frame dwel
ing hou*?o, log barn and other outbuildings
erected thereon. Seized and taken in ex
ecution as the property of L YV Stillwagon
and Adam Stillwagon at the suit of W B
Currie, agent (or Mrs Annie Watson.
EI) No. SS, June Term. 1895. W1) Bran
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Frank Markwell et al of, in and to one
quarter ot an acre of land, more or less,sit
uate in Concord twp., Butler Co., Pa.,
bounded as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a
point on the State road, thence north forty
(40) faet, thence west one hundred and
sixty-eight (168) feet to a post, thence
south lorty (40) feet, thence east one hun
dred and sixty-eight (168) feet to the
place ol beginning [for fuller descrip
tion see deed book 13'J, page 443] having
a small trame bouse and other outbuild
ings erected thereon. Seized aud taken
in execution as the property of Frauk
Markwell et al at the suit of Stephen
E. D. No. 78 June Term 1895, McJunkin
ifc Galbreatb, Att'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
John Laux aud Mr*. Lizzie McGucken
executrix of John Laux dee'd of, in and to
25 acres of land, more or less, situated in
Clearfield township, Butler Co., Pa.,
bounded as follows to wit: On the north
by Kittanuing pike; east by lands of Hugh
McCrea, south by lands of Hugh McCrea
and west by lauds of llugh Green; with
the appurtenances, being Ihe 'and devised to
John Laux by the last will and testament
of his father tfs recorded iu Mortgage book
33 page 406,
ALSO —All that certain other piece of
land situate in Clearlield twp. Butler Co.,
Pa., containing 5 acres more or less
bounded anil described as follows to wit:
On the north by lets of Eliz»beth McGuck
en, east by lands of John L iux, south by
lands of Hugh Green and west by lands ot
Hugh GreeL; being the 5 acres devised to
Elizabeth McGucken by last will of her
father, with the appurtenances.
ALSO —Of, in and to all that certain lot
of land, more or less, situated in tho vil
lage of Coylesville, Clearfield twp, Butler,
Co., Pa., bounded as follows to wit: 0a
the north by lands of H. McNamy, east by
lands of M. F. Coyle. south by Kittanning
Pike and west by and alley and being lot
No. 48 in tbe said plan of lots in said vil
lage of Coylesville.
ALSO—Lot No. 8 in said plan of lots
bounded as tollows to wit: On the north
by Kittanning pike, east by lot ol'Mrs. Mc-
Gueken, south by lands of Mrs. McGuokeu
and west by an alley.
ALSO—AII that other piece or parcel of
land containing 3 lots No. 2, 3 and 4 in the
general plan oi lots in said village bound
ed on the north by Kittanning Pike, east
by John Conner, south by llugh Green
acd west by C. Dugans land with tbe ap
ALSO—of, in and to 2 lots of land, more
or less, situated iu the village of Coyles
ville, Clearfield twp., Butler Co , Pa.,
bounded as follows to wit: On the north
by Butler and Kittanning pike, feast by
lands of P. li. Eckemans heirs, south by
lauds of John S. Laux and west by an
alley. Being lots Ni's. 13 and 14 in plan
ol lots laid out by Jaines Dunlap iu plan
of Coylesville Pa.
ALSO —All that certain other lots of
laud siiuate iu the village ol Coylesville in
twp, cour.ty and stale asoresaid; bounded
on the north by Butler and Kittanning
pike, west by lands ef 1). Bojles heirs,
east by a:i alley , south by lauds of Eliza
beth Mctiuckou; coutainiug 4 lots No's 9,
10, 11 and 12 iu the plan ol lots in the said
village with tho appurtenances. Seized and
taken in execution as the property ol John
Laux and Mrs. Lizzie McGucken Execu
trix of John Laux dee'd at the suit of W.
b\ Coyle, Adui'r.
E. I). No. 79 June Term 1893.
All tho right, title, interest and claim of
John 11. Dobson of, in and to certain
pieces of land of five and one acres respec
tively more or less situated in Adams twp,
Butler Co., Pa., bounded as toil >ws to wit:
Beginning at a stone corner post adjoin
ing the lauds ol Thomas Dobson and .Sam
uel l'ark, tbenc.) by the land of the said
Thomas Dobson north 88* east 36} perch
es to a stone corner post; thence by lands
of J as. Davidson sonth 2j v east 28} perch
es to a stone corner post on the line of C.
Bolhorst, thence along said line south 87°
west 19} perches to a stone corner post;
thence by land of Samuel Park noi'h 44 J
east 15 perches to a stone corner po.-t;
thence by same north east 14} perches
to the place ol beginning Uaviug erect
ed thereon a one and one-half story frame
house of 4 rooms, log stable, orchard,
cleared and under fence and
other out-buildings erected thereon. Con
taining five acres.
ALSO—AII that other certain lot of
laud adjoining and lying on the west side
f 'be above described lot, being 5 a d 5
eight har.dredtii perches westward along the
lands oi said Tnotnas Dohaou ami contain
ing the same width to tbe line of Christ
Bolhorst being 5 end fli'ty-oight hundredth
perches wide and 28 and two-thirds percn
es long oontaiuiog 1 acre Seized
and taken in execution as the property of
John li. Dobson at the suit of John D.
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RAILftOAD TIM£ TABLES.
PENNSYLVANIA R ROAD
Western Pennsylvania Division.
Schedule in Effect May 20, 181)5.
South, —*—Week Days ——
A. M. A. m. A. m. r. M. P. M
BUTLER Leave 625 *oo 11 25 45 jo«
Saxonburg. Arrive CM k25 11 is ;tll 52!
Butler .le't " 727 Bis l- i- :l 40 55;
Butler .let .Leave 7 :to h4B 1-2 17 340 5 5.'
' Natrona . Arrive 73* B.V 12 26 :: ."i0 60t
Tarentum "43 'JO:! 1- 31 357 GO.
Sprlngdale 7 .">2 !• 12 12 it 407
Claremont 807 :>25 12 59 421 6 2
Sliarpsburg "15 931 107 428 6S:
Allegheny City 82S ait 124 440 ct
A. M A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M
St SDAV TRAINS Leave Hurler for Alle
gheny city anil principal Intermediate station.'
7:to A. M„ 2:Jo and i:oo P. M.
North. Week D^ys-*^
A. M. A. M, A. M. P. M. P. M
Allegheuy City.. Lv. 655 900 u25 315 6li
Sliarpsburg 708 913 11 39
C'laremont 919 11
Splingdale 930 U59 63)
Tarentum 732 939 12 os 351 t; 4-
Natrona 737 943 1213 355 115.'
Butler Jc't Ar 745 950 12 23 404 7 O'.
Butler Jet Lv 7+"- 950 12 34 415 705
i Saxonburg 810 lo 15 12 59 440
BUTLER Ar. 835 lo 38 125 506 75<
A. M. A. M, P. M, P. M. r. M
SUNDAY TRAINS—Leave Allegheny City foi
Butler amt principal Intermediate stations 7:k:
. A. M., 12.35 and 7:lo P. M.
t Week Days For the East Week Days.
p. m. a. m. a. m p. m
f 245 625 Lv BUTLER... Ar 10 33 12j
340 727 Ar Butler Jc't Lv 950 12 34
f 404 745 Lv Butler Jo't Ar 940 12 34
410 749 Ar Freeport.. Lv 835 12 3(
i 415 753 " Alleg'y Jc't " 931 12 24
; 426 804 " Leechburjr.. " 920 12 li
4 4(3 821 "Paulton( Apollo" 905 11 oi
514 851 " Saltsburg "8 37 11 3i
550 922 " Blairsville..B 05 II 01
GOO 930 "Blairsville Ins'n"7 45 10 If
' 850 11 35 " Altooua "3 40 S0(
100 310 " l)atrisburg..."ll 55 3lt
430 623 " Philadelphia." 850 11 2C
' a. ni. p. m. p. in. p. ui
Through trains for the east leave I'itU
burg (Union Station) as fo'lows:
| Atlantic Express, daily 310 A. M
Pennsylvania Limited " 715 "
Day Express, " 730 "
ilaiu Line Epress " 800 "
Philadelphia Express " 430 P. U.
Eastorn Express " 700 "
Fast Liue " 810 "
For detailed informatiou, address Thos.
E. Watt, Pass. Agt. Western District, 110
Fijth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
S. \l. PREVOST, J. H WOOD,
General Manager. Gen'l Passr, Ageut
P, Jt. W. B. R.
Schedule In effect May 12. litj. (Butler Utnc
The short Line to Pittsburg.
DEPART SOUTH. FROM SOUTH .
6.25 am Allegheny Kx 9.25 am, Allegheny Ac
h.15 a m All'y c Akron 10.00 a m.AI « N CastU
10.05 am Allegheny Ae 12.20 |> m, Allegheny Kx
ll .4') ain Allegheny Ex i.os pm. Chicago Kx
2.55 pin Allegheny K.x ~..nspni. Allegheny Ej
3.50 p ia Chicago Kx. 7.30 p m,All'y £ Akron
t; <>-» p m All'y £ Ell. Kx s.no p in, Allegheny Kx
DEPART NORTH. FROM NORTH.
10.03 a in Ke.ne £ Brad. '8.05 am, Koxlmrg Ac
5.15 pui ( larlou Ae 9.50 a m, Clarl jn Ac
7.33 pin Koxburg 5.20 p tu, Kane Mail
BUND W TK4INS.
Dh—utT SOUTH. FROM SOUTH.
8.15 a iii. Deforest Ac 10.00 a m,Allegheny Ac
11.45 a m. Allegheny EX ,1.05 p in, Allegheny Kx
3.5.1 pin, Chicago Kx 5.05 pm. Allegheny Ea
6.03 p ni, Allegheny Ac 7.:w p in, Deforest Ac
Train arriving at at 5.05 p m leaves II sO de
pot. Pittsburg, at 3:15 o'clock.
Butler and Greenville Cucli will leave Alle
gheny at 3r20 p. in, daily except Sua lav. Con
nectliig at Wiilowgrove, arriving at Butler at
t'ullinan Buffet Sleeping Cars and flrst-claus
Day Coaches lun through between Butler and
For through tickets to points til the West
Northwest or Southwest apply to
A. B. CROUCH, Agent
Trains leave the B. £ O. depot In Pittbur?
tor the East as follows.
For Washington D C.. Baltimore, Philadel
phia, und New York, 7:30 and 9:40 p. in.
Cumberland, 6:40. 7 :30,a.m. t :10, 9:20 p. m.Con
nelsvllle. *1:40. 73U. a. ni. 1.10. 4.3H, 4.4'.. 5.30, 9.20
p. in. Unioutown. 7.20 a. in., l.io, 1.30. 5.30 p. m.
Unlontown. Morga ntown and l'airmont, 7..n'. a,
111. and 5,30 p. m, Mr.Pleasant 6.40. 7. 30 a. m.
1.10 and4.3o pm. Washington. Pa., T.-io and
930 a. lit., 4.00,4.45 and 9.00,11.55 p. 11l Wheel
ing, 7.40. and 9.30 a. m„ aud 4.00.9.H0. 11.55 p.
m. Cincinnati, St. Louis. Columbus aad New
ark. i.toa. m., 9.10. ll .55 p, m.
Kor Chicago. 2.40 and y.>i p. in.
Parlor and sleeping cars to UaiiLnore, Wash
ington, Cincinnati an 1 Chlcairo
PITTSBURG, HIIESAKU'.) 4 LAtK t'll't fi.K.
Takes effect Monday. Use. ;l hji
Train* are run by dtp n Jar. I i en!rat rime ( imh
Meridian.) One ho ir slower taau rity l'i u
GOINGNORTH. GOING SOUTH
10 14 12 STATIONS 9 11 i 13
p.m m (>.m Arr Lv'e a.m. a.m. ipmo
.... 4 .v.; 230 ....Buffalo 5 3". I'i I
[ I 3 2ii| 1 001 Dunkirk ; 7N| I
; oo 1 42 in MI «..Erie •; l" 8 :»> 3 35
n 2"> l o-.i 925 Wallace .1 un i r> 17 ;> l • i u
<; 20 I ot 9 15 tllrar.l i; 50 » is I I."
6 n.1,12 51 9 o:U Lock port. ... 7no 92» 42t
I 02-12 4s; 8 55|.. .CranesfiUe ... 7 os, :i as 4 ;t|
i;ti M 22 ar.Conueaut lv. . 7 4u 3 li
310 ; 7 40,1 V arj 1 10 22, C_4J
55711 44 8 45'ar Albion lv; 7 111 941 4 M
5 13 12 ;I3 8 31 ... stiadeiand.. 7 23 :i .( 51
54012 30 S2B ... sprlngboro . 727 50 4 5.1
5 3.1 12 24 8 20 ..Conneautvllle.. 7 :»i io 03 5 oa
5 n»|i2 o< : 800 ...Mea'v'le Jet... | 8 oo|io 2", SSB
4SQ 7 301 lv CoiiuT LakeT T mil 447
7 16 8 10 ar ar 8 lo io 50 5 :t:i
425 7 55 lv . Meadvllle .lv . ... 9 45 4 2C
7 10,... .. 8 3t'|ar ar 8 36|lt 25 610
Xo2ll 61 743 Omrtßtown No lio 5 S .t:i
.... 11 38 28 Osgood 10 51 553
o 25 ll 30 7 16 ... Greenville... 6 30 ll 07 fi 05
ti is 11 20 7 00 Shemtngo 0 40 11 a) 6 2(1
0 no io 59 fi 45 Kn'donia 7 ai it n 6 :tt
5 41 10 43 6 25 Mercer 7 22 12 04 7 On
5 30 10 29 6 10 Pardee 7 36 12 22 7 14
5 19 10 20 0 00 ....Grove city... 7 47 12 33 7 21
5 oo ions 54- ... Uarrtsvllle.... 75812 45 7 :>i;
1 5..m00 5 40;.. Branchton 8 oo 12 54 7 45
5 00 ' s 10' lv . Branchton. ar 7 10 12 in
5 451 555 ar...Milliard, .lv sft 11 It) ...
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■I. T. BLAIK. General ilnnager, (ireenvllle. ea
w. G. SAKGKANT G. P A.. Meadvllle. PA
GENERAL BRICK JOBBER.
Chimnoys, (jfrate aud Boiler Suiting.
Cistern Building aud eavver •
Work a Specialty.
BUTLER COUNTY 7
Mutual Fire Insurance Company,
Office Cor.Main & Cunningham
U.F. WICK. I'rrn.
»itO. KrlTHil K. \ Irr I'r^»
I. S "lrJl>kiX Set'j And Tr»A"
AltrelWick. llendersun OliTer.
Dr. W. Irvlu. James Stephenson
\v. \V. Blackmorc. X Wetuel.
F. Bowman. II- J. KUogler
ceo Ketterer, Chas. Kebnun,
Geo. Renno, John Koening
LOYAL S. McJUNKIN. Agent
BUTLER LUMBER COMPANY
Shippt rs and dealers in
Rough and a rested Lumber of all
kinds, Door? and Windows, and
Mouldings of all kinds.
H. E. WICK, Manager.
Office and Yards,
ant CunnitiKhaiu and Sonrowtrfet*.
Dr. N. M. HOOVER,
K. Wayne St., ottlee hours, 10 to 12 M. and
110 3 P. M.
G- M. ZIMMERMAN.
PHYSICIAN AND STKOEO'.',
office at No. 45. S. Main strict, c»er Cltj
PHYSICIAN AND SURUEOK,
Sew Troutm&n liuliilluc. Butler. Pa.
SAMUEL M. BIPPUS.
Physician and Surgeon.
•ioo West Cunningham St.
J. J. DONALDSON, Dentist.
Artificial Teeth Inserted on the latest Im
proved plan. Cold t'lUUi!; a specialty. Office—
over Scnaul's Clothing Store.
DR. S. A. JOHNSTON.
DENTIST, - - BUTLER, PA.
Gold Filling Painless Extraction of Teeth
u t Vrtl.lnal r.«t!i vv. Diit Plat •! a specialty
Itron i>« ia Jr Vitalized Air or Local
n etti -ti ;i h • 1.
on-e owr vlill;r's ei>t of Lowry
offi >» -ion 1 v ! i»1111.< ut (ami *y»
snow locate! In new ant elegant rooms;;ad
oinln* ills former ouea. All kin Is of clasp
plates and modern gold worlf.
"Gas Administered.' -
A. T. SCOTT,
Office ut No. 8. South Ulimoad. Butler, Pa.
DR. McCURCY BRICKER.
Office at lln S. Main St.. Butler Pa.
< mice li.mrs •, to .i. and 10:30 to 11'. A. M.. anil
1 to 3. and 7 to 9 P. M.
W. H. BROWN,
Homoeopathic Physician and
Oilice 126 S. Main St., over Bickel's shoe
Residence 315 X. McKe&n St.
A. M. CHRSITLEY,
Office second floor, An lcrson Bl k, Ma u st
near Court House. Butler. Pa.
Attorney at Law. Office at No. 17, Kast J*fter
son St., Butler, Pi..
S. H. PIERSOL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW."
Office at No. 104 East Diamond St,
H. H. GOUCHER.
AUoruey-at-law. Office in Mitchell buildln
COULTER & BAKER.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Offi'-e in room 1!., Armory Building. Buller
W. C. FINDLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
office on second floor jf the Iltiseilon oioclc,
Oiaiuond. Butler, Pa.. Boom No. 1.
J M. PAINTER,
fllce—Between Postofflce and Ol.unond, But
A. T. BLACK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Att'y ai i.aw >:H;e oiSo i isi I • o'. Ola-ie nd
H il I ter. Pa.
Funera[ s Directors,
151 .Main St. - ButlPrea.
DKALKR I 5 j
ilayjfi and Wnrknd Lumber
OF AL- XINDS
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath
Always in Stock.
LI ?E. HAIR AND PLASTER.
;o:Ht-o opposite P. <£ W. Depot,
Famous New York, tailor-mae
For sale by prominent dealers
all over the State. None genuine
without Hammerslough I3ro's
lab'l. The swellest and best
wearing clothes in this Country.
Ask your clothier for them. I
and Economy |
There y< >u will find a true value that is worthy attention. These
words tell the whole secret of our success. Not to lurnish you qual
ity at high prices; m>t to furnish you low figures by sacrificing real
v rth. b;:t to so link together value and low prices as to strike the
happ) combination called perfection. You know what we keep—
The best line of MILLINERY in the City. Also a complete stock
of Ladies and Children's Furnishing Goods.
M. F. & M. MARKS.
Shneideman's Old Stand.
Fair and Square Clothiers, Outfitters and Hatters. Butler Pa.
Prices that mean Business, —Who will match them 3
BOY S WASH SUITS !r- 75c r $,00 -; $ '- 25 -
si-5° $ I-75 52.25
$2.50 and $3.00.
Specially nice ones for the money at 7;c and $1 50
IX BOY'S CLOTHIXG w f are C S P^
\alues in Stylish Suits for
This one is Particular,—Boys Short Pants Suits, in all wool cheviots
Light and Dark mixtures, pin-checks, plain Etc., with extra
Pants and Cap to match. EXTRA well made,
with double Seat and knee, worth fully
$5.00 our Price $3.50.
Sliloss Bros, 'll"™. 51 -
Schneideman's Old Stand.
TlTLfti Yp We t*ke pleasure in an
il lln I IS Bering thi.-» question.
lIIIUI XU Knowing it to be whal
T PITDU TT'' ver i" family wants, e
1 till n Pi 11 remedy they can use at
X UUiIU U an y time in all safety,and
one that wii! relieve pain internal or ex
ternal sooner than any other known rem
edy. We insist in cases ot bad Sprain,
Brui<". CI nl.Ta-Morbus, Pain in the Stom
ach. Toothache, itc , that you use this
remedy Nice clean and pleasant to use.
Sold liy Druggists,
price i2o &soc
SIPKRSKDES PAINT ASD VARNISH.
Can bo applied to an)- smooth surface,on
furniture, wood, glass,'any kind of metal
including kitchen utensils.
Makes old articles look new and is much
used on bicycles, carriages, stores, etc.
Requires only one coat, is applied cold
with brush and dries absolutely hard and
glossy in 2 hours —will not crack, chip,
blister or rub off.
Sample bottles sent on receipt of price.
2 ounces 15c, 4 ounces 25c, 8 ounces 40c.
West Djjr Park Printing Ink Ca.,
1 tivjs. ST.XBW YOR
Chautauqua Nursery Company.
Liberal Terms To Agents,
3ig Inducements to Customers.
High Grade Stock at Low Prices.
iew Specialties. Seed Potatoes, <tc.
n Every Town, Steady Work. Pay Weekly.
11. B. WILLIAMS, Sec'y,
Port/ami, N. V.
2YES EXAMINED FREE OF CHAKGE,
I L. Kirkpatrick, Optician and Jeweler,
*lext to Court House, Butler. Pa.. graduate of
I.a L'ort Ilarologic*! Institute.
McCANItLESS' HEAVE CURE
1 have a lleave Cure that will cure any
3ase of heaves in horses in forty days,
used according to directions, and if it does
not do 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. MCCASDLKSS.
Butler, I'a., 181)3.
MR. A. J. MCCAHDLESS:
On the 2nd day of April, 1592, I com
mencod to use your new cure for ono of
3iy torses that had the heaves very bad,
Mid continued to use tho medicine for
about forty days and the horse did not
?how any signs of a return of tnem. It is
now about a year since I quit givin the
med\c'\no and the horso has never sowed
Any siptns of heaves, and I feel stisfied
that he is properly curoi.
W. C. CRISWBLL,
Cutler, Pa., April 3, 1893.
A. J. MCCANDLESS:
I have used your Heave Care and found
it will do the work if used accordng to di
Bctions. Yours truly,
J. R. MCMIILU.
< W I OBT TIN A P ATE NT f For a
prompt answer and an bonest opinion, write to
MUNNDE CO., who have hud nearly fifty yean*
experience In the patent business. Communica
tions strictly confidential. A Handbook of In
formation concerning Patents and bow to ob
tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
ical and scientific hooks sent free.
Patents taken through Munn FT Co. receive
special notice In the Scientific American, and
thus are brought widely before the public with
out cost to the Inventor. This splendid caper.
Issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by far the
largest circulation of any scientific work In the
world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free.
Building Kditlon, monthly. s?.soa year. Bingle
copies. 'ZH cents. Kvery number contains beau
tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new
bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show the
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
MI-.NN £ CO.. .Niw YOKE. 301 BKOAIIWAI".
of Butler, Pa,
Commenced] Business August
Report made to the Controller of
the Currency Tuesday May, 7, '95.
Loans $302,74 i 97
United States Bonds, 304.0(H) 00
Hanking HOOK. F. £ F 10.795 94
United States Treas , 1,725 00
Cash and due from Banks 300,152 81
Capital SIOO,OOO 00
Surplus. .50,000 00
Profits 17,708 65
Circulation, 22,500 00
Deposits 1,001,207 07
Still: a f i'l NM.O/. ran id, Comity of Butler. m:
I, C. A Bailey, Cashier of ihe above
named Hank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to t!ie best ol my
knowledge and belief.
C. A. BAILKY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thin
fiftt i nth day of May, 1895.
Albert L. Bowser, Notary Publio.
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X. M. Boovir, ■ Directors.
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foUl bj ail Local I'ruggists. Phllsds»i !•»
The New Spring Styles.
If you want the nobbiest and
cheapest suits, drop in and see
what we can do for you. We now
have in stock spring and summer
Another—Here they are. Do
you want to be in the world? Do
you want to be in fashion? You
are sure of both the latest style
and the best goods if you buy
your suits of us.
Forward March is the only
motto in business. This is illus
trated in our new spring stock.
We have better goods for less
money, than ever were offered be
iore. Styles strictly the latest.
COOPER & CO.,
301 South Main St., Butler, Fa.
Seanor & Co's.
LIYERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE,
Rear of Wick House,
The best of horses aDd first class
rigr. always on hand and for hire.
Beet accommodations in town fo
permanent boardintr and transient
trade. Special care guaranteed.
Stable room for sixty-five horses.
A pood class of horses,both drivers
and draft horses, always on band and
for sale under a (all guarantee; and
horses bought upon proper notifi<
cation by H. SEANOR.
I u, distribute
1 our advertise
nrenta In cart payment ip r a blKh grade Acm*
Mcycle, wnlch we send them on approval. WO :
work done until the bicycle arrives and prove*
Young Ladies C umo°&? 6 11
If boys or elrlt apply they must be wellreoOXB" H
lucnded. Write for particulars.
j ACME CYCLE COHPANY, ■
| ELKHART. INP.