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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24. «?9*-
NOTE-AII advertisers intending to make
I'hunftes in their ads. should notify us of
their Intention to do so, not later tuan Mon
-1 sty mornlne.
Auditor's Rejnjrt of Butler Co. for
Sheriff's Sales for March 11.
Marks' Art Goods.
C. & T's Furniture-.
Ruff's #2.50 Shoes.
A Vacant Agency.
Aduiinistrsttor-> and Executor* of estates
ran secure their receipt books at the ('III
ZE.V ofll. e. and persons making public salc?s
th jir note books.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
-We direct attention to the new adv.
of S. Wolf & Co., of New York.
—There is some chance of the Carrut It
ers machine shop in Callery being re
moved to Butler.
—There will be a sale on the Thos.
A. Eakin farm in Yenango twp. tomor
row, beginning at 10 A. M.
—Members of the Humane Society
are requested to pay their dues to the
treasurer, L. B. Stein, at the Butler
—Every voter who sees the CITIZEN*
this week should read what our West
Snnbury correspondent has to say un
der the head of "Some More Ques
—Consul General Lee has advised all
American residents to leave Havana.
Secret orders have l»een received by the
N. G. P. officers, their purport is un
—The Y. P. S. C. E. of Concord will
give an oyster snpp«r in the Grange
H»ll in Middletown, Wednesday eye
ning. March 2. Come and you will not
—The members of Co. E. have receiv
ed their new uniforms and will appear
in them for-the first time at the Spring
inspection, which will be held in the
Armor}'. March !i.
—New Orleans Mobile and other
southern cities are observing the great
annual frolic, Mardi Gras, this week.
During its continuance New Orleans is
ruled by Rex. King of Mirth.
—The Wuller building, 888 S. Main
St., next to C. Stock's, is having a new
front put in it and the storeroom en
larged. When the improvements are
completed it will be occupied by a mil
—Two men who are working on a
contract with the U. S. Government to
paint all the mail boxes a silver color,
were in Bntler Monday and Tutsday
puttting a Bryan tinge on the local
recepticels. They went from Butler to
Meadville, thence to Erie.
—Preparations are being made to en
tertain a big crc wd at the concert of
the Ladies Symphony Orchestra of Bos
ton, which appears in the Park Theatre,
March 4th for the benefit of the First
Ward Hose Co. The railroads will give
excursion rates that day from all sta
tions in the county.
—An army lieutenant who ar rived in
New York on Tuesday was said to be
afflicted with "alcoholic dementia".
Out west they call it jim-jams; in Oil
City it is known as sunstroke; in Mead
ville it goes by the name of "snakes",
and in Bntler it's a rush of rats to the
head.—Franklin News. You mean
Earnest Kerl or Carroll, of Zelienople
died in Allegheny, last Monday, from
an overdose of landnnum. He went to
town a week before to collect some
rents, met some acquaintances and had
a good time, and the remorse and mel
ancholy that followed is supposed to
have caused him to take the poison.
—ThiTFranklin News —our newsiest
and brightest exchange- celebrated its
twentieth anniversary last Friday, by
publishing an illustrated edition on
book paper, containing a history of it
self, its town and county; a description
of the Polk Institute; congratulatory
letters, etc. The News is a credit to its
native town, and a great comfort to us
—We steal more squibs from it than
any other paper on our list.
—On Monday of this week a train on
(he P. R..R. was run from New York
to Pittsburg in 7i hours. The distance
is 44b miles, the time 450 minutes.
The Philadelphia divisision of 105 miles
was traversed in 103 minutes, and the
middle division of 132 miles in 123 min
utes and the Pittsburg division of 117
in 129 minutes. On this division six
slowdowns and two stops were made.
The distance from Johnstown to Pitts
burg—79 miles—was traversed in the
same number of minutes, during which
five slow downs and one stop were
This is proof that the 20-hour train
between New York and Chicago, which
the Pennsylvania has been talking of
putting on for some time is a possibil
ity. For that trip the schedule be
tween New Nork and Pittsburg would
be 9 hours, and this is a practical dem
onstration that the trip can be made in
even less tims.
Fc r the los? of appetite and general
debility. Dr. Bull's Pills are without
doubt the best remedy. Price only 10
& 25 cts.
LOST—In Butler on Saturday last a
pocket book containing a sum of mon
ey. The finder will be suitably reward
ed by returning it to A. J. Tait, Meroer
—STRAYED OR STOLEN—'Water Span
iel pup, eight months old, color choco
late brown, some white on breast and
tip of tail: answers to name of Dow.
Reward if returned to
C. E. CRONE WETT.
Care Bntler Savings Bank.
—Wanted—A place in a good family,
for general housework. Address Syd
ney Turner, Bntler, Pa.
Local grocers are paying 15c for eggs,
18c for butter; 70c for potatoes; 50c for
parsnips, beets and carrots; 30c for
turnips; (»f)c for spinach; lc per lb for
cabbage; and 10c per lb for chicken and
15 for tuikey.
Local dealers ure paying 850 for red
wheat, 80c for white, 4ito for rye, 33c
for corn, 28c for oats and 00c a cwt. for
THE MARKET—Yesterday the Stan
dard was paying 70c and the specula
tive market went to 80c.
This morning the Standard is paying
78} c, and the Producers 70c.
CHERRY TWP.- Foster Hindman of
Mercer and Esq. Peter Phuffs of Pitts
burg are leasing in Cherry twp. near
Moniteau and intend drilling.
Geo. Witherup was struck on the
head by a falling monkey- wrench at a
well at Glade Run last week and dan
Mrs. Jos. Criswell of Bntler twp. was
bj'dly bruised and shaken up by falling
down a flight of stairs last week.
A Perfect Cathartic.
Is one which does not wrench the sys
tem or leave it weak and exhausted. ' A
¥erfect cathartic is found in Hottd's
'ills. They are praised everywhere,
and after once being tried they soon per
manenllv take the place of the old fash-
K«nep drastic pills, such as "our grand
fathers U3ed." Hood's Pills are the on
ly pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla
and they greatly aid that medicine in
its cleansing and purifying work.
GAS STOVES AND RANGES.
Any of our readers needing gas stoves
or gas ranges, gas fronts or any gas sav
ing appliance will find it a financial sav
ing to call at the store of W. H.
O'Brien & Son. on East Jefferson St!
and get prices 011 the extensive li»e they
have on exhibition. 'l'fey are also
agent? for tjie celebrated Welsbach
J.ig\ii, oj yrhich more than IJOO were
" sold i« Butler, last year.
Gillert Ooehring has brought suit
against W. H Roesle & Co. for a claim
of $385 rental due on a lease in Jackson
and Cranberry twps.
The Humes Torjiedo Co. has "brought
suit in assumpsit against Wm. Davison
for $129.94 for shooting a well in Ailauis
twp. The rase was first trie<l before
Jacob Keck, J. P. and appealed by tbe
By order of the Court made last
month a strip of the hill norrhwest of
town was attached to the borough: but
a petition and the appointment of an
Auditor followed that order and an
other order was made delaying the
matter until the Auditor makes his re
iHjrt and the same is confirmed. G*o.
Robinson is the Auditor, and perscns
interested will have to see that the mat
ter is finished.
On Monday Wm. Watson, of Bufiaio
twp., appeared l>efore Court and plead
guilty to a charge of assault and bat
tery preferred by John Altiuan. Sen
tence will be passed March 12.
The Picneer Natural Gas Co. has re
corded its charter. John Pitcajru of the
Pgh. Plate Glass Co. is the principal
Last night Sheriff Dodds received a
telegram from A. M. Bundy, stating
that Peter Russel had got into trouble
with the boss on the "Bessie'' at Jami
sonville, and threatened to blow up the
An assumpsit suit of Johan Furer vs
Webster Keasey for $73.92, wages for
digging coal, has been appealed to the
Common Pleas court by the defendant
on judgment given by Benj. Douthett.
The Penn'a. Torpedo Co. Ltd. has
issued a summons in assumpsit against
the East Eid Oil Co. for $233, claimed
for shooting wells.
George A. Needle. Jr.. editor of the
Parker Pheonix, has been held for the
March Q. S. by Justice C. E. Anderson
on a charge of criminal libel preferred
by Robt. C. Scott, of Fairview. The
Pheonix published an account of a
fight or two that Scott was in showing
the latter up in a rather bad light,
hence the suits.
The following Justices of the Peace
were elected at the late election:
Portersville, William Dann; Evans
City, L. M. Wise; West Snnbury, Geo.
B. Turner. Slipperyrock twp, Dawson
Wadsworth; Clay twp., Jos. H. Tiinb
lin and Samuel Glenn; Mercer twp.,
Jas. Wylie; Harrisville J F. Strutli
ers; Karns City, D. McMahon; Har
mony. M Henry Wise; Zelienople. Wm.
Allen Jr. and Jacob Gelbach; Winfield
twp., Norman Kirklaiid: Worth twp.,
H. L. Kelly: Washington twp., J. Har
vey Bell; Penn twp.. J. W. Kaltenbach;
Parker twp . W. R. Shryock; Lancas
ter twp., J. L. Moritz: Muddycreek
twp,, J. W. McGeary; Jackson twp.,
George Ifft and J. A. Eichert: Fair
view twp., S. W. McCollongh; Frank
lin twp., W. B. Curry; Butler twp.,
John C Kelly; Adams twp , W. W.
Hill: Allegheny twp.. John W. Smith;
Cherry twp., J. S. Campbell. Newly
elected J. P's. must file acceptance
with the Prothonotary within 30 days
after election in order that commis
sions may issue.
Samuel Riddle to Annie E Lepley 1
acre in Prospect for $75.
T Douthett to H Montgomery lot in
Carbon Black for SSOO.
Susan B Sarver to Penn'a S F & L
Asso lot in Bnffalo for $5.
A L Litzenbnrg to E S Kreger 50 acres
in Oakland for S9OO.
T C Kennedy to Sadie J Roberts lot
in Mars for S2OO.
A K McCandless to Chas Daugherty
11(5 acres in Cherry for $3200.
E J Boyer to Susie Boyer lot in Evans
Citg for S3OO.
Thos Graham to Geo S Armstead lot
in Connoq boro for S7OO.
Leo D Kelly to Jacob Kelly lot in
Butler for $llOO.
Caroline M Funk to Zella it Richards
224 acres in Brady twp for SIOO.
A M Christley to Lyda M Grossman
50 acres in Cherry twp for S7OO.
John C Graham to Mary A Rhoads
lot in Butler for S2OOO.
Harrison Über to Margt J Über, 53
acres in Slipperyrock for 91,000.
W A Sloan to J R Sloan } acres in
Adams twp for SSO.
B O Garvin to Lena Marburger lot in
Evans City for $2900.
W. W. Bruner Jefferson Centre
Christina M. Fruth... " * "
Wm. F. Gerwig Beaver Co
Amelia A. Eppinger Lincaster twp
Harry E. Adams Wick
Delia Bovard Forestville
S E Davis Crawfords Corners
C A Jolly Yenango Co
Alexander Wilson Allegheny twp
Mrs Belle bloan Venango twp
J H Van Meter Bntler
Cath V McElwee "
Chas F Schwietering Freeport
Emma M Kuhns Lanesville
Geo W McFadden Butler Co
Mary J Gibson...' Mercer
At Pittsburg—James K. Morrow of
Bakerstown and Carrie M. Logan of
At Kittanning George Smith and
Laura Morrow of Chicora.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN TUESDAY MARCH I.
Stetson's Big Uncle Tom's Cabin
Company is at Kelley's Front Street
Theater this week. They have all the
accessories for producing the play in the
mast approved style, and were' highly
successful in pleasing the audience. It
is singular how this piece draws, and
how the audience laugh over it. Thee
is no necessity for speaking at length
over the presentation last night. It
pleased the majority greatly. Topsy was
good, so was Uncle Tom, so were Eva,
Marks, the dogs and the singing. It was
a g-xxl entertainment, and the audience,
which had come to laugh, laughed heart
ily and were satisfied. The company
had a double band orchestra, composed
of white and colored musicians, two
Topsies, two Marks, two Orpbelias, Eva
ana her pony the Lone Star
Quartette and African mandolin players;
not excluding Ihepack of savage-looking
blood-hounds.—TllP Balimore American.
THE BOSTON LADIES' SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA OK 23 PIECES—MARCH 4.
A rare treat will be accorded Butlerites
and also people from nearby towns on
Friday, March 4th, when the noted
Boston Symphony Orchestra will ap
pear for the secona time under the aus
pices of th : First Ward Hose Co. The
company will give two performances—
afternoon and evening and if a large ad
vance sale is indicative to a big house
the S. R. O. sign will be brought forth
from its state of innoxuous destitude and
be placed conspicuously before the public.
The P. & W. and P. B. & L. E. will sell
tickets for the matinee at one rate for
the round trip Out of town people can
secure tickets by telephoning Reed's
Those who attended the former enter
tainment speak very highly of the organ
ization as well as the Press throughout
The company has secured a few new
artists. Among them being the finest
sopranist in the country, improving and
making the aggregation better than ever
—lf such a thing is possible.
Pianos, Organs etc. at Cost.
J. R. Grieb in c»*der to close out his
stock of pianos, organs, musical goods,
watches, clocks, silverware, jewelry,
etc. offers his entire stock at cost.
I mean to quit these lines and will of
fer some special Iwrgaius. This is a
genuine close out sale and no fake.
All store fixtures for sale, store-room
for rent posession given Apr. ist -
Pianos at $175 and up.
Organs at $35 and up.
These are new goods none shop worn.
I have always handled the very best
quality of instruments and will fully
guarantee any article sold its heretofore
I positively mean to quit the business
and am offering goods at a sacrifice.
The Holidays arc approaching and nov/
is your chance to invest.
Don't fcrget my line of jewelry,
watches, clocks, silverware, etc. A com
plete line for this season.
Come und see for yourse'if.
J. R. GRIEB.
118 S. MAIN SR.
Miss Stella Pape is v isitinu friends ft
Capt. Avers and wife are visiting
friends in Pittsburg.
S. S. Crawford and family of Butler
twp. has moved to Butler.
J. H. Heiner and John Vogt of Par
ker twp. were in town. Monday.
James Blake, the old veteran of
Franklin twp was in town, Friday.
R L. McCollongh and wife, of Mud
dycreek township, drove to Butler, Sat
Mrs. John Crow of Brownsdale, Pa .
visited friends in Butler Thursday of
Mrs. D.'M. Renfrew of Renfrew was
a guest of Mrs. J. L. Walker of S Main
St., a few days last week.
On Monday last a "14 pound-toy ''
took up his abode at the home of John
Burry in Franklin twp.
Jos. P Robb of Oakland twp. return
•ed home Monday from a visit to his
B. ; ster, Mrs. Rev. Wilson of Allegheny.
Prof. E Mackey of the Reading. Pa
scb-00l attending the National Conven
tion of Superintendents at Chatt inooga,
Miss Ella Dickson of Butler luaves for
Pittsburg today with the intention of
becoming a nurse in the Allegheny Gen
F. W. Ekas is now located at 725
Fair.iew Ave. He is a practical slater,
and will be pleased to have any persons
call on h.'ni for anything in that line.
S. E. Li tvis of Crawford s Corners
and Miss C. A. Jolly of Big Bend, Yen
ango county, who took out a marriage
license MondaT. were married in Clerk
Meals' office by Esq. C. E Anderson.
Mrs H R McClelland of Denver,
Col. and Miss Mar.'ha Clauson of Free
port. Pa., who were visiting Miss Sarah
McQuistion of S. Mt 'in St. returned to
their respective hoin>» last Tuesday.
Crawford & Ban-on. contractors,
for putting down the gold /nine shaft
at Martinsburg, Parker twp, were in
town last Friday. The shaft is nearly
down to the quartz vein and the *nvert
ors expect to soon be amply repaid for
their hard labor and outlay. They are
not bothered so much with water as
heretofore, but it still fills the shaft ;tt
the rate of a barrel a minute
Miss Lillie Brandon of Connocjneness
ing twp. come to Bntler on a visit to
her brother W. S. Brandon of Lincoln
St. (sth ward) some three weeks ago.
and while here took sick —at first with
heart disease and then typhoid. She
lay for several days unconscious. She
was an unusual ly strong and hearty
girl until her father (W. W. Brandon)
met with the accident that cost him a
hand, a few years ago. Mr. Brandon's
hand was caught in a cutting-box and
the daughter stopped the machine by
grabbing the fly-wheel and being taken
aronnd with it, since which time her
heart has been troubling her.
One hundred and sixty-eight suppers
were served by the ladies ot the U. P.
' church last Thursday evening at J. S.
There will be preaching in the Gos
gel Prohibition church, ny the Pastor
lev. I. G. Pollard, on Mercer street,
next Sunday, Feb. 27, At 11 o'clock A.
M., and 7:30 P M., 'Sunday School at
2:30 P. M. The church will be dedi
cated March 20th, of: which further no
tice will be given. I. G. POLLARD.
A "Mother's Meeting", is being held
in St. Paul's Reformed Church this
afternoon under the auspices of the
South Side W. C. T. U. The subject
nnder discission is "Social Amuse
ments." Mrs. Wm. Armstrong, Centre
Ave., is superintendant of the
South Side Union of the "Mother's
Work," The other side of the house is
expected to attend also.
The children of the Orphans Home
will give the cantata. "The Little Or
phan Girl." for the benefit of the home,
in Y. M.-C. A. Hall on Tuesday even
ing, March Ist 1898. Admission 25 cts.
The English Lutheran Church realiz
ed a good sum from their Bazaar and
Supper in lioon' ball, lant Thurwlny and
Friday evenings. All present had an
The houses of James Pryor of West
Sunbury: Mrs. Fannie Taylor of North
Washington and Mrs. Carrie Thompson
of Harmony were destroyed by fire last
week. They were all insured through
L. S McJunkin, and were in. the sam#
The 'green house," on the David
Pierce farm below the Fa ir Ground,
owned by Frank and John J 'ierce, was
burned two weeks ago. Tt e loss was
about #IOOO, with S3OO insar ance to off
Washington & Bsilt iniore.
To afford an opportunity to visit
Washington while Congress is in ses
sion, the Pennsylvania ilroad Com
pany has arranged for a st ries of low
rate ten-day excursions to the National
Capital, to leave Pittsbuorg March 17,
April 14, and May 12». Round trip
tickets will be sold at ra£e 3 quoted be
low, good going on speciaj train indi- J
cated, or on train No. 4, leaving Pitts- '
burg at 8.10 P. M., a 1 id carrying
through sleeping car to Washington:
returning tickets will be good on any
regular tiain except the Pennsylvania
Limited. These tickets will also lie
good to stop of at BaJtiuiore within
their limit. Special train of through
parlor cars and coaches vrilL be run on
the following schedule: —
Train leaves Rate.
Pittsburg 8 A. M. $9.00
Tarentum 7.34 " 0,00
Natrona 7.30 " 9,0(>
Butler 6.25 " 9,00
Freeport 7.49 " 9,00
Washington Ar.7.lsP_ .M.
Shontd the number of j lassengirs not
be sufficient to warrant the running of
special train, the company reserves the
right to carry participants in this ex
cursion on regular train.
Tickets on sale in Pittsburg,
Ticket Office, 300 Fifth Avenue, and
Union Station, and at sta-tioiL* mentio n
eil above. For full information apply
to agents or Thomas E. Watt, Passen
ger Agent Western restrict, Fifth i
Avenue and Smithfield Street Pitts
Low Prices in Musical Goods
Some special prices at /. R. Grieb's
sale now going on.
New Pianos „ $:\oo and up
New Organs „ SSO and up
Guitars $4 and up
Mandolins _ $3-5° anil up
Violins s',s° and up
Autoharps „ $2 and up
There are also some second hand in
struments— piai 10s at $35 to sioo, Or
gans at S2O to 9c/.
Harmonices and other musical instru
ments at proportionately l° w rates.
Striugs of all kinds constantly in Stock.
No 1 18 SOOTH IIAIN ST.
Letters of-idministiation on the restate
of Harper Campbell, dec'd., late of
Washington! twp., Butler county, Pa.
having been granted to the undersigned,
all j>ersons knowing themselves indebted
to said est_ate will please make immedi
ate pajment, and any having claims
against said estate will present them
duly a ntheuticated for settlement to
C. A. MOBRJS.
North Hope Pa.
W. A. and F. Fof.quer, attorneys.
Letters testamentary on the estate of
Closes Thompson Ksq. dec'd,late of Centre
twp Butler Co. Pa., having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment and any
having claims against said estate will
present them duly authenticated for set
WELLIAM A I,L J SON, Ex'r.
Painter & Murrin att'js.
The Public schools and High Sdhool
were at home" to the people of Butler
Tuesday afternoon. Washington's Birth
day It is safe to say that a majority
of the parents of school children in But
| ler attended exercises in the different
1 rooms and that none of theui regretted
l it The programs were all interesting
and the pupils taking part acquitted
j themselves very creditably.
' The rooms were all tastefully decora
i ted especiallv the H. S. assembly room
'in the McKean St building where the
colors of the three classes, of the H. S.
i an.l National colors covered the walls.
! Pictures of Washington and Lincoln
j were also hung in every room,
j Pro. Irvin conducted the H. S. pro-
I gram which consisted of songs and de<'-
| tarnations. A very patriotic spirit dom
inated the occasion and Spain would
! have to haul down her flag if she collid
, e<l with the school children of Butler.
| That evening there were Washington
and Colonial teas in the First Presby
! terian and M. E. churches and recep
' tions at the Grace Lutheran and Re
' formed churches.
j An inpromptu program made the
I evening a very pleasant one in the I P.
j church, special collection to defray
| paying expenses etc.. amounted to *-<•>.
Glade >1 ill Items.
; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ginter visited
J Butler on Friday.
Cooper anil Truver have a fresh stock
of tine groceries and their prices are
The Standard Oil Co. have stopped
buying dry holes for the present.
| Dr F Hamilton Crawford is the
| busiest man in our Burg.
Geo. L. Coffey, who gauges in Dist.
15, the Blakely pool, for the Producers
&- Refiners Oil Co., went to attend the
funeral of his sister Mamie.
Alfred Snyder, proprietor of the
Snyder house, and Mr. George Raisley
paid Butler a visit on Thursday,
When the mud roads are in this aw
ful condition it makes a fellow appre
J, P. McMillen. ganger in this dis
trict for the Producers & Refiners Oil
Co.. was called to New Castle on Fri
bv a message stating that his moth
er." Mrs. I McMillen, of that city, was
dangerously ill. Mrs. McMillen died
on Saturday at the age of 81 years.
At present there is no drilling being
,lone m this field and no prospect of
anything being done in that line for
so me time to come.
C ooperstown is slowly but surely
goin t ? the way of all oil fields.
—M'usic seboters wanted, at 128 W.
A VACANT AGENCY-
A CHANCE TO HANDLE NCRSKRY
Give 11s pait or all of your time and we
will guarantee proper returns. Steady,
pleasant work with weekly pay.
Tip-top advantages. A valuable oppor
tunity for practical pushing men. We
will equip you at our expense so you can
make large sales. There is money in
this business. Write us now.
G. A. COSTICH& CO.,
B. cy B.
—are demonstrating it in such a
way, with goods and prices, as
will pay you to investigate —and
when you get samples of new
Silks, Dross Goods, Wash Goods
and Black Goods, and note the
choiceness of styles, you 11 be
pleased—una, prices considered,
find advantage to your pocket
MOST SURPERB Assortment
Things To Wear
we ever offered. Of special inter
New nobby Plaid, Stripe,
Check and Novelty Silks—rich
colorings— 75 and 85c.
New fancy Silks 65c to s[.so.
New double width American
Dress c —Neat
choice styles, 35c.
New Black Goods, 35, 50 and
75c —including fancies values
that will get more business.
New Madras—nobby effects
such as never before produced—
-32 inches wide —15c yard.
Hundreds of good, pretty
styles medium to fine Wash
Goods 8 to 35c.
New Dress Cottons to elegant
imported Novelties. $1.25.
New Dress Woolens to $3.00.
See if we aren't making it pay
you to buy here.
| TVVust |
| Have |
\ 1-5 off \
) —ON ALL- /
\ Suits, s
S WEDDING SUITS >
) A SPECIALTY. (
/ Call Early. r
f (ooper& (S
S CORNER DIAMOND, ?
£ BUTLER. PA.
M. A. BERKIMER,
I Funeral Director.
j 337 S. Main St., Butler.
I iiioiuille Kot«»s.
Curt Met 'andless is setting np th«- to
bies over the arrival of a bonncing boy.
Homer Albert < Beaver Falls has
been a visitor in our village.
MeClnng <V MeCandless have begun
work on their well on the Hoon farm
Quite "a number of our voting people
attended the party it Ur«*wster last
Thursday evening and they rej>ort a
very enjoyable time.
Miss Henrietta Moore visited friends
near West Sunbnry on Saturday.
Some of the farmers will soon be
bankrupt worrying over the pridmble
expense of the "Poor Farm. Don't wor
ry there is a good time coming.
John Jardin who has-been unite tlljis
Miss Louisa Thompson is visiting her
sister Mrs. Lou Craig at St. Joe.
Miss Ett i Fair visits! at her brother s
Harry Fair not long since.
Some of our yonng people have the
Klondike fever. There is gold in the
farm boys, if you only shovel.
Election passed off very quietly in
this township The following officers
were elected Judge Of Election. Got
leib Weisenstein. Inspectors. Philip Nfff
and John Khanor: School Directors, D.
P. Smith, Alvin Shakley and fi. W.
Varnum Road Commissioner. J R.
Carnahan: Assessor. W. E. Stevenson;
Auditor. Andrew Kieger. Clerk. T. R.
There is some talk of the Poor Farm
being in Centre twp. which we think
would be q'litt) convenient as H. D.
Thompson, the overseer, is quite busy
looking alter the district Another fam
ily has been thrown on the township for
Oscar MeCandless of Prospect passed
through town the other evening. S.
One twelve H. P. upright portable
boiler, and ten 11. P. engine attached
(Aultnjan & Co. make!) almost as good
as new, for sale cheap. Inquire ot A.
M. Campbell, P. O. Box 36, Butler, Pa.
Tnat John R. Grieb is selling out
to quit business.
It is a fact and no fake.
A : 1 goods at cost and many
and the store fixtures are for sale,
and the room for rent, with
possession 011 April Ist.
This is in time for
and I promise all my old as well
as my new customers special
Come and see me at
118 5. Main St.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
I'., Bessemer £li, E.
Trains depart: No 12, 0:40 A. M; No.
14. 5:07 P. M. Bntler time.
Trains arrive: No. 9, 9:55 A. M; No.
11, 2:55 P. M. Butler time.
No. 12 runs through to Erie and con
nects with W. N. Y. & P. at Huston
Junction for Franklin and Oil City,
and with N. Y. L. E. & W. at Shenan
yo for all points east. No. 14 runs
through to Albion and connects with
\V. N. Y. & P. for Franklin and Oil
City. A. B. CROUCH, Agent.
pITTSBUKG & WESTERN
*■ Railway. Schedule of Pas
finger Trains in effect Nov. 21,
j 897. BUTLER TIME.
Disjiart. | Arrjv«, i
.-tlleghenv Acconmuslatiun ft 2» A.M 9 17 A.MJ
Allvftlieny "Klv. i" 8 I*' " #32 "
New Csistlc Ac 1 56 P.M 9 17 44
Akron Mail * »•} a.M 7 ttt P.M
Allegheny Arroiniuodatioii 1" 44 1- 18 * 4
Allegheny Exim s" 3 15 P.M 5 <»7
Allegheny 44 Flyer*' - _ j305 "
Chicago Exprev.../ 3 45 " 12 18 "
Allegheny *Mail . 540 .800 "
Allegheny "Fiver" •. 7 4 >3 u
Kllw.H.d Accommodation 5 40 44 i 7 o3 44
ChicagC Limited 540 44 917 a.M
Kane ami Hradf«.rd Mail 9 .V» A.M 5 20 P.M
Clarion Accommodation. 5 35 P.M 9 36 A.M
SCN n DAY" TIC A INS.
Allegheny Exprtss 8 15 A.M 9 32 44
Allegheny Accoinm»Nlation 5 4o P.M 5 57 P.M
XVw Castle AccomimNation 8 15 A.M 7 03 14
Chicago Express 3 45 IVM 5 07 44
Allegheny V'OJlllinflation 7 03 44
Train arriving at *.07 p.m. leaven B. X O. depot,
Pittsburg at 3. l'»p in and P. A W., Allegheny at 3.30
For through ticket* t<> all i»oints in the went, north'
west or southwest and information regarding routes,
time of trains, etc. apply to
A. H. CROUCH. Agent,
K. 11. REYNOLDS, Sup't, Butler, Pa.
Fox burg, Pa. C. W. HASSETT,
A. O. P. A.. Allegheny, Pa
WFSTEN PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
Sen I:I»I I.K IN Ernccr Nov. 29, 1897.
SOUTH. WEEK DAYS „
lA. M. A. M A. M.J P. M IV M
BUTLER Leave '» 25 * '*s H L*>! 2 36 5 05
Saxonhiiig Arrive ft 54 8 30 11 3* 3 OO 5 28
Hntler Junction.. " 7 27 8 53 12 02 3 25 5 5.3
Hntler Junction. Leave 7 *.»o .*» 5:1 12 22 3 25 o 53
Natrona \rrive 7 :J8 9 01 12 30 3 :k*» ft 02
Tareiitnm | 7 42 9 07 12 35' 3 42 ft o7
Springdale 7 r »o 9 lft 12 45 352 j
Clareniont 9 Mi 1 02 4 oft ft 27
Slmr]iHhiirg * "7 9 3ft 1 II 4 U ft 32
Allegheny v 9 4s 1 25' 4 26 ft 43
|A. M.jA. M P. M.jP. M.|P. >l.
SUNDAY' TKAINS.—Leave Hntler f..r Allegheny
City and princi|«tl intermediate stations at 7:35 a. in.,
and 5:00 p. in.
NORTH. —* WEEK DAY'S
A M iA. M. A. M.JP. M. P M
Allegheny City leave 7 oo; mi 11 25 230 ft 10
Shari*«l>nrK 7 11 9 12 11 37 2 45 ....
Ci.iremont .. 9 19 11 44 2 5.3 ....
SpriiiK'lale 9 11 50 lo ft :i7
Tarentum 7 :»4 '» 39 12 07 .1 23 o 4*'.
Natrona 7 : • 9 43,12 12 3 31 ft 51
Hntler Jnnetion .arrive 7 1 ' '.<• 12 22 3 46 /oo
Bntler Junction. .lea v. 7 P 9 .MMI 2 *25 407 700
Saxonlmrg s I lo 1.; 1 4!# 4 3ft 7 24
lIUTLEK »rri\< - »«' 10 3* 1 17 5 05 7 50
\ >l. \. M ]l*. M.|r. M. I'. M.
SOHDAT TItMNS. Ml.-iili.nv lit}-f.ir Hill
ler and prim ijMl internicliate -lationn at 7:20 a. ni. and
9:00 p. in.
WEEK DAYS. FOR THE EAST. WEEK I»AVH.
P. M. A. M.i P. M. P M.
■I 35 « 2.VIV 81-TLCR nr ' 1 IT
325 727 ar Hntler .Inu'tiou. lv .... 12 25
9 I i«I 7 4>. Iv llutliT Junction »r N 3i1'12 im
i u'. 7 i'j'nr Fr.r|».rt Iv » M I'J I*l
■I mi 7 ■'»'[ " Juiictii'ii.. .." H 1- <»1
4il » (>4 - 1.... hi urn " H <•*.» II 4!i
4 111 #2l " l':iiill"« i A|»lli<) " 75311 32
8 ."»1, •• . " 73011 O0
41 22 T.hurHvill.- 44 70010 »o
*» ."»o «» :y» •• ItlairMville liiU-.rneetiou..." 5 "»ft'lo lo
5 5o 11 .35 44 Altoona 44 i 3 16 8 00
I "" ; 1" • Harrfchui. « 111 45 3 lo
4 ft £1 44 Philadelphia I 8 30 11 20
A. M.|P. M. IA. M. P. M»
On Sunday, train leaving Hntler 7:3"» a. m., connects
tor Alto*ma and Philadelphia.
Through trains f<»r the e;i>t leave Pittnhiirg (Uniou
Station), :w follow^: —
Atlantic Express, daily 3:30 A.M
Pennsylvania Liinite«l 44 . 7:15 44
Day Kxpretm, 44 7::U» 44
Main Line Kxpress, 44 8:00 44
PhihtJelphia Ex press, 4:;« I P.M
Eastern Express, 44 .
Fast Line, * 8:10 44
Philad'a Mail, Snndavs only H:4O K M
For detailed intorm »ti"ii. :i'Miv« Thus. E. Watt, Pj»SS.
Agt. Western idstrict, I'onier Fifth Avenue and Smith
tield Str«-et, Pittshnrg, Pa.
J P. 11l TCIIISON. J. R. WOOD,
(•etieral Manage. Uen'i 'S«*i»r. Agent.
Sabecriba tor <iie C'l xi ttn.
9j iliMitf*writsftt 1 fa. issued uatol
the I'oon Of
tT . I»a . anil t.» mi-dire. t. .1 M.. t.- wilt »-• <x
uimhl t.. public II ,
tin- IMP '"*!> "f I'"'' : • •'> I"
AY at MATCTI \ D - I 1
v .. t In- MlowtaKdes Prtj, to-wll
E. D. No. 106, no, 156, 1 s, 157. 15S.
216, March Terra, )8 Brandon,
Kohler, et a!., Attys
All the right, tit'e, interest and claim
of J. 1". McMuriy 1 f, i:i ar. ! to ail that
certai.i piece or parcel of laud, situate"
in Marion t ,vp . itler Co . Pa., bound
ed as follows, to-vut: < ):i the t; rtli lands
of Carlisle McFadden. on the east by
lands of Mrs. PM'I V, ou the
south by lands ol R. I>. McMurrv, a:;*'
on the west by lands of P!. ; :ip Surena a:i 1
Clintonville road; containing aixtv-five
acres, more or less, being 1 uuls of John
A. McMurry and '. F. McMuriy, 011
which they both reside. Having there
on erecte.i a frame and out build
ings. Seized and taken ::: 1 xrcution as
the property of J. F. McMurrv at the
suit of Butler Savings Bank, et al
E. O. No. 209, March Term, isgs. R
P. Scott, Attorney.
All the right, litle, interest and claim
of Edward Gutlirie of, in and to all that
certain piece or lot of lin 1, situated it!
Butler boro., Butler Co., Pa., bounded as
follows, to-vvit: On the cast side of
Walker Ave , commencing at the uo'tli
west cornerVf the lot bang the south
east corner of Walker Ave. and Mackev
Ave., thence south along the e. st side ot
Walker Ave. fifty tcvt to the lot of G. D.
Kamerer; thence alo:i»; s.»: 1 '. .25 feet
to Cherry Way; thence north along said
way fifty feet to Mackev Ave., thence
west along said avenue 125 feet to Walk
er Ave. to the place beginning ar.d !;.•
ing the same lot which WIISJH
tv, et. ui.., conveyed by deed dated Apr.
15th, IS9I, to Edward Guthrie. See deed
book 123. page 37. Having thereon
large frame house,frame stable and other
out buildings. Set/ d and taken iu exe
cution as the property of Edward Guthrie
at the suit of Edward G. Frederick.
WILLIAM B. DOIJDS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Butler , I"a., February
Have You Time
C. E. HiLLER'S
—CLOSING OUT SALE.—
WINTER SHOES AND
When you come to Butler bring
a few dollars with you and attend
this sale you can buy footwear at
your own price for the next few
weeks or until all Winter Good
are closed out.
GOOD THINGS FOR
Men's good solid boots.. . .$1.40
B">y's good solid boots 1.20s
Men's good solid shoes.. .98
Boy's schooi .shoes 98
Men's fine buff shoes .98
Ladies' waterproof shoes. . . .98
Ladies' fine shoes, button
or lace 98
Misses' fine shoes, button or
Hoy's low rubbers 10c
Ladies' cloth overs 25c
Ladies' fine rubbers, pointed. .25c
Ladies' good heavy rubbers... 25c
Men's heavy rubbers 40c
Men's fine rubbers 50c
Boy's rubber boots $1.50
Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's boots 98c
LARGE STOCK OF FEI.T
HOOTS and OVERS
Don'i fail to atend
this sale f in need
C. E. MILLER.
215 S. Main St., Butler, Pa.
Jury Lists for March Term.
List of names drawn from the proper
jury whell this 24th day of January,
1898, to serve as grand jurors at the reg
ular term of Court commencing on the
first Monday Jof March', ls'.ts, the ssame
being the 7tb day of said month.
Allen Robert, Brady twp., farmer,
Beihl Conrad, Butler 4th w, tinner,
Bartley Walter, Oakland twp, farmer,
Baldaugh John W,Summit twp,farmer,
Beidenbaugh John, Clearfield twp, far
Dainbaugli Edw, Evans City, lumber
Dresher Chas, Butfalo twp, farmer.
Eakin Findley, Connoq. twp, farmer,
Glenn Horace, Washington twp,fanner,
Hoffner Louis, Butler "!d w, carpenter,
Kennedy Richard, Middlesex twp, far-
Kaltenbaugh John W, Penii twp, far
McNees Thomas, Brady twp, farmer,
McGarvey John J, Mercer twp, farmer,
McCoy Robert. Slipperyrock twp,
McCnrdy John B, Butler Ist w, carpen
MeCollongh David, Worth twp, farmer.
Niggle John, Butler 4tli w, barber,
Pfifer Lewis, Forward twp, farmer,
Swartzlander Win J, Butler sth, black
Sollinger PS, Allegheny twp, farmer.
I Schenck Adam, Bntler :id w, black
Textor John T, Jackson twp, farmer,
Wagner August, Millerstown, carpen
List of names drawn from the proper
jury wheel this 34th day of January,
IHW, to serve as petit jurors at the reg
ular term of Court commencing on the
second Monday of March, 18'JK, the
same.being the 14th day of said month.
Andre Nicholas, Petrolia, physician,
Bice John M, Fairview boro. carpenter,
Brandon Henderson, Forward twp, far
Brown J L Forward twp, farmer,
Black Mathias G, Fairview twp,farmer.
Cramer G W, Buffalo twp. merchant,
Daubenspeck Win L, Washington twp
Daubenspeck Jacob, Parker twp,farmer.
Douglass Perry. Worth twp. farmer,
Douglass Charles H. Bntler ;5d w, clerk,
Enry Win, Bntler 2d w, laborer,
Fennell P B, Clearfield twp. farmer,
Grist Phillip, Parker twp. fanner,
Hunter Wm, Forward twp. farmer.
Hill W W, Valencia, farmer,
Henshaw S)'lvanius,Conno<j twp, black
Henry R S, Connoq twp, farmer,
Enoch Harman. Jefferson twp, farmer,
Lewis John, Butler 2d w, producer.
Lower Gust, Jefferson twp. farmer,
Moore S E. Washington t»vp, farmer,
McKibben Wm, Clinton twp, farmer,
McCandless Porter, Centre twp,farmer,
McQnistion F E, Butler :jd w, surveyor.
McClung Oscar, Bntler twp, farmer,
McClymonds Adison. Muddycreck twp,
Pierce Frank, Butler twp, farmer.
Pape Theodore, Bntler 4th, gent.
Robinson Wm, Evan- City, clerk,
Rnmmel Wm, Clearfield twp. fanner,
Sitler Martin, Jackson twp larmer,
Sonder Charles. Buffalo twp, carpenter,
Spence David, Evans City, producer,
Suinney W G, Clearfied twp, farmer,
Shearer A D. Butler twp. farmer,
Stonghton Oliver, Prospect, dairyman.
Stalker Henry, Venango twp fanner,
Thomas Milton. Butler sth, laborer,
Vandyke J C, Marion twp. farmer,
Vulin Alphons, Butler Ist, w glass
Wachmnth Win, Jr. Bntler twp,farmer
Wormer John, Allegheny twp, farmer.
Willians John B, Forward twp, farmer.
Wise Samuel, Lancaster twp, farmer,
Wimer Frank. Worth twp. fanner.
West Joseph J, Butler Ist w, gent.
Young John P, Bntler Itli w. producer,
Zeigler Ira, Zelienople, laborer.
A.pvertia ta the CITIZKM.
As to What
You May Expect.
I. Ahit.g tuit the l>esl finds a place
1 . st e. We arc sure you arc
to pay a fair price for pure
We yunr.intce every article
bcarinj our name to be just asrepre
■i or your money back. In
; uss rpr-.ificicncy of service
,\e strive for the highest. Our
emst.uitly increasing business is
t' ' evidence that our efforts
V. J t!.:mk '>ur many customers for
'.heir iijcral patronage, A pleased
cu.<t iiner is our best advertisement.
W:..:RI; DO YOU <;ET YOUR
Come to our store next time It
will be to your interest.
C. N. Bovd, pwmist.
1.l B'.ocfc, Butler, Pa.
f ROFESSIONAL CARDS.
jk-i < A.JOHNSTON.
1 * DENTIST.
G- " ! .•!,;••» Painless Extraction of
T :.l Artificial Teeth without plates
.1 -..tro;s o\ ide or Vitalized Air
or Local nwthrtitt used.
< ' ■ r Millers groceiy, cast of Low
I\R. W. P. McILROY,
Foi::: r!y known as the "Peerless
Pa ■\'.ractisr of Teeth." Located
pernia : ;it HI East Jefferson St.,
II- 10l Lowry, Butler. Will do
• 'eutiu: ; 011s of all kinds hy the
.'..AS AND up-to-date methods.
[ .R. J. K. FAULK,
l- extraction—No Gas—Crown
anc bridge work a sj>ectaity.
Ollice K. oni No. 1. new BieWel build
F VR. X. M. HOOVER,
1' 137 E. Wayne St., office hours. 10 to
12 a. 111. 1 aud to 3 p. m.
I J. DONALDSON,
Artificial Teeth inserted 011 the latest
improved plan. Gold Fillings a spec-"
ialty. Office over Miler's Shoe Store.
I > R. CIIAS. R. B. HI NT,
1' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Eye, tar, nose and throat a specialty.
132 and 134 S. Main Street, Ralston
YV H. BROWN,
M . HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office 2;,6 S. Main St., opp. P. O.
Residence 315 N. McKean St.
U PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
West Cunningham St.
L. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
New Troutman Building, Butler Pa.
L" A. RUSSELL, M. D.
L • Room 3, Bickel Block. Butler Pa
Peoples Phone No. 309. Night call 173J
n F. L. McQUISTION,
V . CIYII. ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Office near Court. House.
* I • Pm-sirr«w \vn
Office No. 45, S. Main street, over City
TOIIX W. COULTER.
' ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Special attention given to collections
and business matters.
Reference: Butlerj Savings Bank, or
I'.L'tler County National Bank.
] B. BKIvDIN,
F' • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office 011 Main St. near Court House.
T T. SCOTT,
J\. • ATTORNEY A'l LAW.
Office at No. S South Diamond St
O 11. PIHRSOL,
£3. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at Xo. 104 East Diamond St.
. ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Mi chell building.
I LKX RUSSELL,
V ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office- with Newton Black, Esq. South
4 T. BLACK,
A. ATTORNEY AT LAW
Room J. —Armory building.
j M. PAINTER,
'), ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office between Postoffice and Diamond
V EWTON BLACK,
\ ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office 011 South Diamond Street
pOULTER & BAKER,
V ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Room 8., Armory buildin 6 .
A.M. WAI.KEK. < 'IIAS. A. McELVAIN
Walker & McElvain,
( K.nKHAI. DEALERS IX—
K I.T rl.Jii.il IIBII.DISO. <H'P. I'OSTOrriCE
Butler Savings Bank
Capital - #60,000.00
Surplus and Profits
JOS. L Pin;VIS President
J. HKXKY TKOUTM.VN Vice-President
WM. C'AMPKKI.!., Jr C* hier
LOT IS B. STEIN Teller
IMUWf' 'i - .Joseph 1.. Purvis,.). Henry
Tio'Umai!. W. I). Brandon. W. A. Stein, J. a.
Tin' Untie r Hunk is the Oldest
H: 111 ki 11 LT Instit utioni n lint ler County.
i. ral hanking business transacted.
\\Y solicit 1 'counts «»f producers, mer
chants. farmers and ot hers.
All h.isim-s entrusted to us will receive
prompt at tent lon.
Inteil'st u.iidou time deposits.
Bailor County National Bank,
I »Ltller Penn,
Capital p.ii '.in - - fioo, 000.00
Surplus and Profits - $ 114,647.87
Jos. 11. .t! nil, President; J. V. Ritts,
Vice President; C. A. Bailey. Cashier;
John G. McMarlin, Ass't Cashier.
> Ljcni'i':; 1 hankiug busine transacted.
In'icresi 1 iid on time deposits.
. ppn m <1 security.
\Vi : • y«» i to open an account witii this
II; " lion. Joseph Hartman. Hon.
N M Hoover. EL ICo
i, c. P. ('ollins I
IJazlett, M. I ineg m. W.
\Y. 11 I Fohn Humphrey, Dr. W. O.
>ici 1 li» '2 I isM tli. I.evt M. J Wise,
J. V. Uitts.
1 We've Lessened The Prices B
31 To Lessen The Stock. S
9£f • -f' *-* •4- +>+
)g( + * J «T».* S!fc T g*
Not on the entire stock but on such goods as wc ISC
wish to close out quickly in order to make room w
||*j for the new goods. A- A A. A- A A jHc
Dining Room Chairs, * Extension
Jsa *I.OO each. Wood Heata, two X Tables, SIO.OO.
style# that sold for fl.fA, now f With large pillar legs.
8° ' or *ITOO. P Price wan $14.00.
Couches \ Rocking JjS<
£|} At SIB.OO. C Chairs $3.50. «
j3§| Same kind wo ttold C These sold for *.">.00
'°r fcJ.VOO. f last December. JSC
jjp| Special values in dining room furniture A,'
sll A . A jg
jUj « Chairs 1 Side Board
m S6o ° tis.oo. g«
Jgj 1 Extension Table Complete Dining jg
m * I ' • .-t H
<B3 w i,—.j
JJSjj w» them I" our show window. IgJ
Better come in and look around. Perhaps you
will want to buy later* on. A A A A A g|
| Campbell £; T cmplcton sg
gj BUTLER, PA. gs
$ Heavy Suits and Overcoats
* LIGHT PRICES. * j
, The choice of quality, comfort and economy urges your ?
S attention to these VALUES. r
( Men's Suits at $5 worth $9. C
C " " " $7 " sl2- \
C " " " $lO " sls. \
] Men's Reaver Overcoats at $5 " $lO. S
C " Kersey •' " $7 » S X2 . >
v " Fiieze Ulsters " $8 " sl3. S
\ " Chinchilla Ulsters at #6 " sll. S
p The prices will make these goods move fast. ✓
S SO COME EARLY. /
m SCHAUL & NAST,
) leading clothiers. ?
SOUTH MAIN ST., BUTLEtf, PA.
MRS. J. E. ZIMMERMAN.
a great mark-down SALE
Cloaks and Suits for Women, and Children
BEGINS HERE THIS WEES.
Try to think of the greatest bargain you ever knew of in Cloaks and Suits,
then Imagine getting one twice as great, and still you would not be getting as great
a hMigaiu as any of the following:—
Ladies' $5.00 Beaver and Boucle Jackets $ 2 98
Ladies' SB.OO Beaver and Boucle Jackets 4 °°
Ladies' SIO.OO Kersey Silk-lined Jackets 5 00
Ladies' $12.50 Kersey Silk-lined Jackets 6 25
Ladies* 815.00 Kersey Silk-lined Jackets 7 5°
Ladies' Black Kersey Capes 1 59
Ladies' Black Kersey $5.00 Capes 3 5°
Ladies' Black SIO.OO Boucle Capes 6 So
Ladies' *5.00 Plush Capes 3 00
Ladies' $8.50 Plush Capes 5 00
Misses' $5.00 Winter Jackets 2 98
Misses skoo Winter Jackets 4 00
Children's Winter Jackets reduced one half
Ladies' SIO.OO Serge and Novelty Suits. * 6 75
Ladies' ♦ 15.00 Serge and Novelty Suits 10 00
One lot of $12.50 Serge Suits for 6 00
OUR MOTTO: Above all in Quality, Below all in Price.
Also great reductions in Blankets, Flannels, Plain and Novelty Dress Goods,
Millinery, Silk Waists, Lace Curtains and Portiers, Separate Skirts, Underwear and
Hosiery. Standard fashion sheet mailed free on request.
rirs. J. E. Zimmerman.
Ito art workers j
£ We have just received #
£ a full line of stamped A
# and embroidered linens *
j in 1898 PATT6RNS J
< orders promptly filled. I
2 108 South /Wain street, - #
J s«tler, Penn'a. S
Reopened and realy
for the accommoda
tion of the traveling
MRS. MATTIE REIHIBG, OmeF
Do von expect to do any papering?
We will send you free a large selection
of samples from 3c per roll up, all new
colorings and novelties up to date.
WE PAY FREIGHT.
We want an agent in every town to
sell 011 commission from large sample
books. No capital required. For sam
ples or particulars, address
747-753 Ninth Ave N. Y. City
f RA2ER GREASE
HEMT IN TflK WORLD.
Its weari nxqualitlrs are unsu rpaascd. actually
outlaktiMK two boxea of any other hrand. No»
4ffrctol hy heat. tTUIT TilH UKNI7INB*
ruii SALE BY ngti.rpg -iromiij.
iinill IS THE TIME TO HAVE
nUVV Your Clothii\g
GLEANED or DYED
If you want good and reliable
cleaning or dyeing done, there is
just one place In town where you
can get it, and that is at
IKE BIITLFI on mis
216 Center avenue.
do fine work in out
door Photographs. This is the
time of year to have a picture ot
your house. Give us a trial.
Agent for the Jamestown Sliding
Blind Co.—New York.
R. FIBHEK & SON.
fill MPAI (OUB OLD PROCESS)
UIL BItHL Now very cheap.
Feed for Horses, Cows, Sheep, HOBS, Fowls,
etc Health. strength and productive power
to animals. Art- you feeding it? Cheapest
fccdjln the market.
I lIJCPPn nil AND WHITE LEAD
LINOCCU UIL Makes paint last for
years on house, barn or fence. Mixed paints
are doubtful quality: some iiood and some
very had. Write for our circular.
For pure Linseed oil or meal, and white
lead, ask for "Thompson's," or address
manufacturer. THOMPSON & CO., 15 W
Diamond street Allegheny. Pa.