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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13.
SOTE-All advertisers Intending to make
,hj»nnes In their ads. should notify us ol
their Intention to do so, not later than Mon
(.ay mom In*.
Miller's Great Cash Shoe Sale.
Bickel's Fall and Winter Footwear
Marks' Hats and Furnishings.
The Perfect Fnrniture Store.
The Butler Business College.
Administrators and Executor* of estates
can sfM'uro their receipt l*x>k-> at the CITI
ZEN office, and penoos making public sales
their note books.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
—Hallow een comes on the 81st
—Onr first "killing frost" is billed for
—Business men who nave not yet or
dered their calendars for "9!l should see
—This is the season the churches
change their time foi both services and
—John Barry of Franklin twp. took
over 100 jionnds of good, clean honey
from one hive of bees this fail.
—The Maccabees of Butler have or
ganized a band with R. G. Crawford as
leader, and Prof. Knoch as director.
—Matches made without the use of
phosphorus, and which can be "struck"
on any rough surface, area new discov
er}' °t invention.
--The G. A. R. Post at Riddles X
Roads will hold a Memorial Service for
their own dead on Saturday, C k 3t. 15, be
ginning at 1 p. m.
—An nth Ohio man was on our streets
the other day wearing a duck suit trim
med blue. These clothes were issued
to the boys at Santiago.
—When the crust of earth on West
street, opposite the jail was taken off
last week, a hollow place between it
and the sewer pipe put down years ago
was discovered. According to scientific
men we are all living on a crust —and
some people in more senses than one.
—On Thursday last our new military
company received its guns, belts, knap
sacks, etc. and drilled in Armory Hall
with them on that evening.
—The barn on Chris Hinchberger's
place in Bntler twp., now occupied by
W. E. Spencer, was destroyed by fire,
with all its contents, Sunday morning.
—At the meeting of Council Thurs
day evening the application of the At
lantic Refining Co. for a permit to build
stornge tanks within the borough limits
—The Pittsburg Dispatch put out an
excellently illustrated edition of thirty
two pages last Sunday devoted to the
Knights Templar and welcoming them
to the city.
—The motto, "In Hoc Signo Vinces,"
so numerously displayed on crosses in
Pittsburg this week, and the motto of
the Knights Templar is Latin for, "By
this sign we conquer."
—The County Commissioners sent the
Van Dorn Iron V, orks a New York
draft for #7.147.00 last week, in full for
the new jail. The entire cost of the
improvement will oe about $25,000.
—Pittsburg haslteen resplendent with
plumes, badges, brass buttons, swords,
signs, mottoes, flags and electric lights
this week; and she held enough titles to
organize a dozen Houses of Lords.
—J. D. Smith, of Clearfield twp.,
claims to have the prize pig of Butler
county. It is a two-year-old Chester
White, weighing seven hundred pounds
and large enough to carry a few more
—The Good Will Hose Co. will cele
brate its 20th anniversary on Tuesday
eyening Oct. 25th, with an open meet
ing it the Park Theatre. A special pro
gramme is being prepared for the occa
sion and an invitation is extended to the
public to attend the exercises.
—Apples are not overly plenty this
year but some of them are very large.
The Baldwin is usually a small apple,
but those on Thos. B. White's trees
grew very large this year, some sam
ples he brought us measuring from 10 to
13} inches in circumference.
—The low rate made by the P. & W.
for the school excursion to the Expo,
last Saturday—s.s cents and sl.os—took
a large number of Butler people to the
city. The 8 o'clock special of eight cars
and the 8:15 and 10:05 regnlars were all
crowded, and in the city Butler county
was in evidence everywhere.
—The new railroad will parallel the
P. & W. from Carbon Centre to Butler
and connect he**# with the "Bessie " A
force of men in the employ of a con
tractor, Mr. Dolan of New York, began
work Monday on a mile or so of road
from a point on the Bonnie Brook to a
point on the Connoquenessing connect
ing the two roads.
—At the late meeting of the School
Board of Butler Miss Elvia Coe of
Walker Ave. was elected to teach in
place of Miss Nellie Meals, resigned:
and Fred Reed of the Ist ward was
elected truant officer. There are now
2100 children attending the public
schools of Butler, which with the 400
attending the parochial makes a total
enrollment of 2500. Mr. Reed has de
clined the proffered office on account of
a previous engagement.
—One of the sights of the town is the
display of corn in John Bickel's show
windows. Last spring John secured a
supply of seed corn from York state
and gave it to his customers, offering.a
prize of ten dollars worth of shoes for
the best dozen ears produced from this
seed. About a hundred displays have
been offered for the prize and are now
on exhibition in the windows, and the
judges will make their decision on the
19th. The ears are all large and full
and some samples of the stalks are four
teen feet in length.
—The proposed new '"Union Station"
for Pittsburg is to be a magnificent af
fair. It will cover the ground now oc
cupied 011 Liberty Ave. with extensions
towards the hill and down the avenue.
The basement will be on the level of the
street and will be used for freight and
baggage. The first story will be four
teen feet higher than that of the pres
ent station, and all the tracks will be
raised to that leyel, those of the Fort
Wayne spanning Liberty street and also
Penn avenue on trestle work. The
building is to be five stories high The
Broad street station in Philadelphia,
one of the finest buildings in the world
and a dozen stories high, was built and
the old one taken down at the same
time with no suspension of travel, but
in that case there was no change made
in the level of the tracks. Here there is
a change of 14 and 15 feet, and if the
engineers undertake to do the same
thing it will be interesting to see how
they manage the job.
W. P. Letter, A C. Anderson. I. R
Smertz and J. W. Fleming, electors of
♦he Ist ward, Batler. whose names did
not appear on the registry list, petition
ed to have them adde<l t > the list and be
assessed and the court so ordered A
like order was made on petition of W.
VV. Irwin of the ■*> th ward. The Court
also ordered that the names of Micheal
Joyce. A D. Bryan, Simeon Xison, Jr
Peter Rodgers. John Fitzmartin. Frank
Foreman, J. 13 Wilson and Harry Jen
nings be placed on the registry list of
the "id ward.
Mrs. Ottilie M. Rail be. wife of Chris-
tion J Raabe of Saxonbnrg. was grant
e<l the right of the Separate Earning
Act of April 3, 1872.
Lavina C. Allison by her next friend
Wm. M. Reash. has petitioned for di
vorce from her husband James H. Alii
son on the grounds of desertion. They
were married in 1883.
W. Wilson, G. F. Whitmer and C.
H. Painter have begun suit in eject
ment vs E. Womer, J. F. Fowler
Henry Wilson et al. for an oil and gas
lease on the .1. J. Milford farm in Alle
Letters of administration on the es
tate of Mary E. Marshall, late of Clin
ton twp. hare been granted to J. X
On petition of Alfred Miller, commit
tee of M L. Webb, a lunatic, the court
grented an order confirming a sale and
deed of 2J acres in Clay twp. to the P.,
B. & L. E. R. R. for $458.25.
N. C. McCollough, Esq. has been ap
pointed guardian of Julia L., minor
child of John D. Kanierer.
Rolterf M. Anderson has been ap
pointed guardian of Lulu J . Bessie F .
Mazie E. and Edna E , minor children
of Wm. V. Seaman, dee d, late of Penn
W. H. Lusk, Esq has been appointed
auditor in the estate of Henry Sefton,
late of Clinton twp.
Wm. C. Thompson, Esq. has been ap
pointed guardian of Elizabeth, minor
child of C. S Mitchell.
Wm. Minteer has been appointed
guardian of Daniel W. and Thomas A.,
minor children of D.iuiel McMilleu. late
of Armstrong county.
A rule was granted upon Margt.
Long, residuary legatee of JacobXoDg.
dec'd, late of Lancaster twp to show
cause why the petition of John Dindiu
ger, guardian of minor children of
Stephen Long, dee d, for an order di
recting payment of legacies to said
children provided for in the will of Ja
cob Long, should not be granted. The
defendant waived and accepted service
and the case was placed on the argu
Louie E. Martin et al have petitioned
for the partition of the re:ii estati of
Margt Martin, dec'd, late of Oakland
The final account of Win. Kelly,
adm'r of Cornelius Kelly, late of Oak
land twp. has been filed.
The Parker Township School Board
reported Saturday that they had procur
ed Lincoln Hall for a school building
ati.l would maintain two schools in it
for the lull term of seven montns.
George McJnnkin, assessor of the 4th
ward Bntler. petitioned for leave to as
sess and place the names of Eirl (Tin
ton, Wm. liight, A. E. Reiber, H. C
Hiner. John Kemper. W. G. Keene and
S. Poolos on the Registry List and it
was so ordered.
The will of James McClymonds. late
of Muddycreek township, has been pro
bated and letters testamentary granted
to J. M. and H. S. McClymonds; also
the will of Casper Miller, late of Worth
twp., with letters to A. 11. Barkley.
Letters of adm'n on the estate of W.
S. Thompson, late of Middlesex twp..
have been granted to Mrs. S. D.
A petition asking for the formation of
a new school district in Parker twp .
and signed by sixty-five tax payers ot
that township was presented and the
court appointed W. H. Walker, of But
ler, and Harvey Christley and John
Campbell, of Slipperyrock, commis
sioners to view and make report at the
next term of court
Rev. W. .T Grimes, adm'r D. B. N
and C. T. A. of John Richaidson. dec'd,
late of Connoquenessing twp.. petition
ed court for leave to sell real estate of
decedent to pay legacies, etc. and the
court ordered accordingly. This ap
plication caused the fact to be noted
that the will of John Richardson, dec'd,
gives sl,iK)oto White Oak Springs U. P.
Church. Mr. Richardson died in 1W!»2
and his wife was his executor. The
legacies in question are SIOOO to be put
at interest tor the use of White Oak
Springs U. P. church, SSOO to the L T . P
Board of Education to bring forward
voting ministers and *SOO to same to
bring forward colored ministers to
preach to their race. These were all
payable at Mrs. Richardson's death
which occurred noi long ago.
The lights now burn in the jail at
night. Julian A. Smith, a New Yorker
who located here lately had the honor of
being the first guest of the county after
the jail was accepted He is in for
surety peace and assnlt and battery and
his wife, said to be a Chicago womah is
the prosecutrix. C. O. Goodrich of Pe
trolia has since been put in for stealing
from W. li. H. Riddle.
Joseph McElroy, truscee, to Josephine
Parker lot in Petrolia for *45.
T P Critchlow to J B Edmuudson lot
in Prospect for $250.
C E Broadhead to Broadhead Con
tracting Co lot in Claj- for £525.
Adam l)iehl to Sarah Strutt 4 acres
in Zelienople for $1071.4:!.
John Schone to same 4 acres in same
Adam Diehl, guardian, to same 4
acres in same for *128.57.
John Shaffer to AA: W R R •! acres
in Clearfield for $166.50.
Peter New to same :H acres in Sum
mit for $775.
Alex Stewart to Wm S Stewart 01
acres in Connoq twp for S3OOO.
Geo E Van Gorder to Ada J Cran
mer 1 acre in Centre for SIOO.
Martha Stewart to Margt. Gallagher
lot in Butler for SIOOO.
Michal Gallager to Martha M. Ste
wart lot in Butler for S2OO.
Henry M Fleeger to Lli S Fleeger 12
acres in Centre for sl.
M L Webb, by committee, to P B &
L E R R ti acres in Clay for $458.25.
George Feh' to Fred Hartman, lot in
Evans City for SIOO.
Esther C Rees to T B Uillespie 2
acres in Washington for $35.85.
T Kyle to John O Hutchison 38 acres
in Cherry for $772.
Wilson Hays McFann
Alice linker Allegheny Co
J. C McCandless.... Mars
Annie F. Beevs "
W. R. Talbott Pittsburg
Annie Purvis Mars
E. C. Reith Butler
Alda May Stepp "
J. J. Douelly Akron. W. Ya
Yinnie Boyington Kansas
J B Gilmore Crawford's Corners.
A A McGinnis Emluntot
At Pittsburg, Adam J. Xorris of Cul
mersville and Susie M. Dawson of B.ik
At Pittsburg—Martin Bowers of
Glade Mills ami Sadie Hartzell of Bnt
ler, and Ira B. Crawford and Mary
Hardt of Valencia
—Memorial services at Riddles X
Roads Saturday afternoon.
—The pipe line statement* for last
month, published Tuesday, are interest
ing. The acceptances of the National
Transit (Jo which handles the Pennsly
vania oil are pnt at and the
Credit balances at 4,891,642; which to
i gether make about six million bbls. of
Pennsylvania oil in the lines,* but as it
takes about five millions of bbls. to fill
the hundreds of miles of pip« line, there
is really but very little Pennsylvania
oil above ground available lor refilling.
Xorbert Weser, was home last Sun
Bert Heydrick. of the 7th Ohio has
Ed. Westerman, of Clinton twp. was
in town Friday.
Deputy Sheriff. James Dodds i.s yet
Miss Jennie B. Ilildeband, is visiting
friends in Allegheny.
IVter Sc'nenck is patting in two miles
sewer pipe in Tarentnm.
M. Snllivan Es<] of Bradford ;s vis
i ighis mothir n 1 lister, ihi week.
Mrs. A. L. Latchaw, of Allegheny
visited her lolks u; Butler last week.
•T. B. Fulton and wife, of Middlesex
did some shopping in Butler Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Monks, of Mid
dlesex twp., were visitors in town Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Moore, of Tidioate are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs Geo. \\ .
Mrs. -J. D. Wilson of Saxonbnrg lias
been in poor health since the death of
Orderly Sergt. Isaac Andrews of Co.
E. is home on furlough to see his family
J. M. Painter and wife attended th»
fnneral of Mrs. T. O. Kelly in New Lis
bun O. Tuesday.
James L. Smith, of Co. E. is home on
sick furlough to recuperate from a long
siege of malaria.
Mis Nancy Gibson and Mrs. Graham
of Parker twp.. did some shopping in
Butler last Friday.
Forest Huff, at the Grand Opera,
should be heard by all Butler peoplt
E. M. May berry Esq. and family of
Slipperyrock have moved to lurtle
Creek, Allegheny Co.
Dr. A. Holinan and wife, of Union
yille, were visitors to Pittsburg s big
Conclave, this week.
B. Gallagher of the 18th is lying sick
with typhoid, at the home of his pa
rents on Ziegler Avenue.
Corporal Frank Pierce and private
John G. Williams are home from
Camp Meade on sick furlough.
Dr. Redick and wife are spending a
few days at Cambridge Springs and are
stopping at the New Cambridge.
Benjamin Hockenberry of Cherry
twp. visited his daughter Mrs. Perry
I)i<-key of Monroe st. this week.
Scott Thompson, has moved from
Zelienople to the farm in Middlesex.
He was in town on business Monday.
P;iul Cronenwett. and Miss Anna
Aggas will be married at the bride's
home in W. Sunbury next Wednesday.
Chas. Allshonse of Co. E came home
from Cainp Meade on sick furlough
last week to recuperate after a siege of
W. C. Stevenson, of Centre twp. and
Wm. Grenue. of Mt. Chestnut, have
completed large new barns on their re
Prof. Wilson.' has sold the Butler
Business College to Prof. Regal and be
has taken in Prof. Davis as musical in
structor. See notice.
Mrs. Julia Smith and two sons of
near Mannington W. Ya. are visiting
Mrs. Smith's parents, C. Harley and
wife of S. Main street.
Harry A Cook of Co. E arrived in
Bntler * Mondav. on a short furlough.
He is visiting his sisters Mrs. W. T.
Jamison and L. C. Patterson.
Ed. Christley, of Slipperyrock, is
home on a3O days sick furlough. Ed.
joined the Grove City Co. "F", at the
station, on its way to.Bntler,
Al. Troutman and June Sutton stop
ped off at Camp Meade to see their Co
E friends while on their way to the 1"
of Pa. at Philadelphia last week.
Corp. Will Collins, of Co. E, who is
home on sick furlough, is down again
with malaria. Earl Thompson, lately
discharged, is also sick with malaria.
J. J. Shanor, the Centre*- township
dairyman, has about completed remod
eling his house and making other ex
tensive improvements on his premises.
Privates John H. Jackson. Harry
Cook and Louis A. McDonald all of Co.
E., dropped into Butler Monday morn
ing with ten-day furloughs in their
Harry Miller, is home for a short
visit from the oil fields near Parkers
bnrg W. Ya. where he is dressing tools.
Harry will take part in the football
J. D. Wolf a Bradford oil man was a
business visitor in Butler, Wednesday,
Mr. Wolf was kicked on the knee-cap
by a horse last summer, and laid in a
hospital several months nursing his in
jury which is healing without leaving
his leg stiff.
Mrs. Susan Patterson, J. H. Negley
and wife, J. N. Patterson, wife and
daughter Alice, Mrs. E. Geshwind, and
Miss Susie Hitter went to Pittsburg
Wednesday to attend the fiftieth an
niversary of the marriage of Mr. anil
Mrs Felix C. Negley, formerly of this
Ex-Sheriff Geo. Walter has returned
from a pleasant ten days visit to the
Omaha, Neb. Exposition. The Sheriff
was greatly impressed with theproduct
ivness and energy of the Central states.
Owing to the Exposition at Omaha and
the conclave at Pittsburg causing a
great reduction in passenger rates, his
total raiHyay fare amounted to only
J. 15. Gilmore of Crawfords Corners,
and Miss A. A. McGinnis of Emlenton.
were determined to get married Wed
nesday. They did not arrive in Butler
to get a license until after live in the
afternoon and then could find no one to
marry them. So they married them
selves in the clerk of courts office, with
Cb-rk Meals and Com. Seaton as wit
W. C. Thompson was one of a hunt
ing and fishing party on Leech Lake, a
year or two ago. They left the railroad
at Brainerd and after that did most of
their traveling in birch-bark canoes.
Nearly all the lakes are connected, and
where they were not the canoes were
carried across the intervening land,
which is covered with pine timber and
brush. The woods are full of name of
all kinds, and the lakes full of fish and
covered with ducks. Be saw two acres
of ducks rise at the sametime. The In
dians live in teuts and wander about.
They were tame at that time, but the
mosquitoes were numerous and fierce,
and made life miserable.
Congressman John Dazell sailed from
New York yesterday on the government
steamer Panama lor Porto Rico. He
was accompanied by ex-Congressman
George F. Huff, of Greensburg; Judge
Jacob F. Slagle, D. C. F. Bingauian and
E. M. Gross, of Greensburg. The party
will not only visit Porto Rico but also
Cuba, touching at Santiago and Havau-
na, Mr. Dazell expects to gain informa
tion while absent which will be of much
service to the Ways and Means commit
tee of which be is a member. Mr. Dal -
zell's yisit is also understood to be at
the request of President McKinley who
desires to acquire accurate information
in regard to the islands, and especially
Porto Pico. The party will be gone
until about November Ist.
The Meadville fair cleared over $2,
000, while the Cambridgeboro fair will
only pay 50 cents on the dollar.
—An old lady, hearing somebody say
the mails were very irregular, said: "It
was so in mv young days; no trusting
That Big Shoe Sale at C. E. Miller's
Butler, Pa.. is no fake. The way peo
ple are carrying away shoes from his
store, he must be selling goods very
cheap. Last week his sales were larger
than any week since this store was
opened. There were times on last Sat
urday that the rush was so great that
people were turned away without laeing
waited on. He has added more help
and will try and care for J-.11 that come.
He is still pay nig railroad fare for his
customers. Bead his ad.
About a thousand Bntler people
and two or three-thousand Butler coun
-5 ty people in all went to Pittsbnrg and
Allegheny, Tuesday, to see the parade
s of the Knights Templar Some of them
paid a dollar for a seat, others bought
-Vc nt camp stoolj anl some stood.
One Butler man went into a store and
• paid 15 cents for a small pine box,
which he tir>t used for a seat and after
j wards as an umbrella —but he is an un
usually bright cuss. The morning was
fair and the parade started oil all right, j
but after noon tne rain came down in
torrents and wet part of the Kiiignts.
and scattered the masses of humanity
that had gathered along the four-mile
route The Butler Knights, or most of
them, were with th.> Tancred Com- I
mandery at the head of the procession '
and got off easy. The Pittsburg papers i
stated that 11,000 Knights were in line |
j and their estimates of the crowd ran ;
from 4iM1,000 to a million. That night j
there were numerous receptions, and |
a grand ball at the old East End car- '
barn: the electric light display was im |
mense, and taken altogether, it was the
greatest day Pittsburg has had for
Some respectable Butler county coup
le can make $25 by getting married a t the
pumpkin-pie supper of the First Ward
Hose Co. in the Armory. Monday eve
iny, Oct. 31. The Hose Co. offer to
give them $25, and pay the preacher.
Who will the happy couple be?
The fireman are making elaborate
preperations for their supper and expect
a generons patronage from the towns
folks. The object is to get money for
At a monthly meeting Thursday even
ins last the annual election of officers
occurred and all the incumbents were
retained as follows, Pres. W. H. Ens
minger: V. P., .John Byers: Secty, Chas
Kitcbey: Tres., Al Waters; Foreman,
W. J. Heinman: Ass't Foreman Geo. X.
Burkhalter. Eight reserve members
were put on the regular list. Cam.
Miller, the energetic local shoeman, of
fers a first class pair of shoes to the
gentleman or lady who eats the most
immpkin pie at the supper.
Today the United Presbyterian
church is sending a large qnantity of
preserved fruits to the U. P. Home for
the Aged at Wilkinsburg.
At the meeting of the Eldership of
the Church of God in West Newton
last week, Rev. G H. Dyke, of Somer
set was assigned to the Butler church,
in place'of Rev. Davis who takes charge
of the school at Barkeyville. Rev.
Dyke will hold services in the church
here next Sunday—morning and eve
ning. Rev. .1 W. Davis was assigned
to Glade Mills; Rev. W. H. Geyer to
Harmony and Mt. Union, and Rev. W.
W. Anderson to Olivet and Trout man.
Music NOVELTY CO. TOURS. OCT. 13.
The attraction for tonight is Knoll
& McNeil's Music Novelty Co. directed
b\ C. S. Clark and headed by A. H.
Knoll and Marie McNeil the World fa
mous Cornet Duettists and Soloists.
Zanzic, the absolute Master-Prince of
Illusionists. The only Litchfield, the
man of 1,000 faces, and other artists of
Washburn's Minstrels Monday 17
Washburn's minstrels gaye a good
performance in the Academy of Music
to a large audience. Many of the speci
alties were entirely new and origin
al. The singing was up to date and
the show all through was thoroughly
enjoyed. A featnre of the evening's
entertainment was the exhibition of
the bioscope. The pictures were
thrown on canvas on the stage and
were excellent representations of real
life. A fire scene in New York City,
in which the fire engines are seen leav
ing their house; the liberation of ani
mals from a burning stable, and the
"Black Diamond Express," running 60
miles an hour were loudly applauded.
A HIRED GIRL WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19.
A bright new story, pretty girls,
funny comedies and the latest music,
songs and dances go to make Chas. E.
Blaney's latest farce, 'A Hired Girl"
the pleasing entertainment that is now
playing to enormous business every
where. The cast is the strongest seen
in any of Blaney's attractions, and is
headed by Charles F. McCarthy, the
famous little Irish comedian, seen for
years with Ed. Harrigan's company.
NEXT WEEK IN* PITTSBURG
The Avenue Theatre Pittsburg open
ed its season as a Vaudeville Theatre
Monday afternoon, and scored a great
triumph. At every performance the
house was crowded, the majority of the
audience being composed largely of la
dies and children, and clearly demon
strated that the Avenue had come to
stay, and will take rank as one of the
leading Variety Theatres of the United
States. It is a compliment to the con
fidence the public has in the manage
ment of this House to see it become a
success right from the iunitial week.
Next week there will be another great
bill headed by Laura Almosnina and
Wm. Whitcarina one act play of Alex
ander Dumas which has been transla
ted and arranged by Mr. Whitcar.
There will be no matinee—evening per
formances only at 8:15 each evening.
The Grand Opera House, Pittsburg,
evilenced its great popularity by be
ing crowded at every performance.
"The Pour Mr. Smart" was broadly far
cial and kept the audience in roars of
laughter. Next week the Stock Com
pany will produce "The Social High
way man.'' This is the play made fam
ous by those sterling actors, the Hol
land brothers, and w.ll be given it Pitts
burg with all the special scenery and
effects that characterized its original
production at the Fifth Ave. Theatre,
New York. The Stock Company at the
Grand has already evidenced its great
superiority over anything that has yet
been seen in Pittsburg in the way of
stock organizations. "The Social High
wayman'' will permit of the entire cast,
having ample opportunity to introduce
every one of the favorites. It should be
remembered that the performance at
the Grand is continuous from 1 to IIP.
It you want a Bicycle or your old one
repaired go to White Walter & Co.
largest stock in County. Bicycles for
For blank applica ions and instructions
how to apply for reduction of 8o per
cent, of taxes on timber lauds send 25
cents to J. A. HKYDRICK & SONS,
inr PCRH SPRING WATER ICE
111 .1- delivered to all parts f the
® town, every day. Leave or
; ders at
RICIIE > 'S BAKERY
142 Main St.
The market advanced to $ I.Ox Thurs
day afternoon, sl.lO Monday and re
mains at that price.
DEEKK CREEK —T W Phillips is re
ported io have strnck a 200 bbl. well on
the Marshall farm. Tuesday.
Ar.i.E' ;HF.NY TV.T. Heydrick's Ros
en berry No. 11 is in the sand and sin wing
good. M. S Adams has his third rigup
on his 5 acre lot. The Chestnut Ridge
i Oil Co. has a rig up on the C. Walker
' near Enilenton.
SHIPMENTS. During THE month of
September the shipments of Pennsylva
; nia or white oil were nearly HUO barrels,
while tho-c of Lima oil were nearly
4,000 barrels. Another small decline is
| recorded in Pennsylvania stocks for the I
month. The Derrick's editorial of the (
11th inst. says:
The stocks of the Pennsylvania oil i
I had been steadily gaining from the be ,
! trinning of the year July was the first j
month to show a change in this reppect
when a decroase of T-Vi'.wi barrels was
made, followed by another drop of
71.4 "M barrels in Augnst and of 59,6M2
barrels in September. The .Tune in
creas,. was 135,040 barrels, that of May
Is:! barrels and that of April 212 OT - .'
barrels. The stocks of Lima oil were
decreased 009.650 barrels in September,
which added to the decline in Pennsyl
vania stocks makes a total net decline
of 729,-S3 barrels for the month.
The total liabilities of the National
Transit Company consist of
Outstanding acceptances and other
vouchers 1, 559,980.55
! Credit balances 4.391.642.21
| Total liabilities of the Buckeye Pipe
Line Company and othtr lines hand- '
" ling Lima Oil consist of
1 1 Outstanding acceptances and
I other vouchers 14,500,000.00
; Credit balances 2,521,263.48 1
Refined < )il.
! Following is the statement of the j
• United States Pipe Line company for 1
September, and includes refined oil only. 1
Receipts for September 52,231.N9
1 Deliveries tor September 41.553.74
■! Stocks for August 31 109,115.69
StO'-ks for September 30 119.793 s4
Grace Lutheran Clniroli. ( '
1 PREPARING A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT
Rev. Eli Miller's church is in need
of funds and for that purpose is busily
engaged in preparing Mrs. H. E. Mon- '
roe's "Story of the Reformation." one
of the most popular entertainments in
the United States. It will be given at •
Park Theatre, Friday and Saturday, !
October 28 and 29. Mrs. H. E. Monroe, '
of Philadelphia, gives a delightful ;
. lecture illustrated by fine stereopticon •
views, interspersing her lecture. 150 (
of Butler's best musical, military and j
literary talent will in the 16th century
' costume present the leading scenes in
the great Reformer's life. Prof. E. '
Otto Davis will have charge of the
• music. Martin Luther will be ably
impersonated by Prof. Gibson. Supt. of 1
1 our schools. Rev. Worrel is to person- ,
• ate Emperor Charles V. of Germany.
The entertainment is pleasing, inter
' esting and instructive. Aside from the
worthy cause for which it is given. It '
appeals to this community because of
its grer.t historie value, and the unusual
interest manifested at this early date
bespeaks only a success. Rich costumes, '
good music, historical truths attractiye-
I ly presented form a basis for a pro 1
L gramme as enjoyable as it is rare. 1
l Oct. 31st—At the Abner Patton farm,
in Oakland township, at 1, p m-—Hors
es, cows, and other articles.
—On Friday, Oct. 21st, at 1 p. m.,
I there will be a public sale on the John
M. Crooks farm—horse, cow. pigs,farm
ing implements, grain, etc.
Our grocers are paying 17 cents for ■
' butter aud 15 for eggs, both of which
' are scarce; 40 to 50 for potatoes. 60 for
onions, 50 for carrots. 35 for tomatoes,
25 for green tomatoes. 25 to 40 for ap
ples. 25 for turnips. 40 for beets, 1 cent
a pound for cabbage, 3 to 10 a pound for
cauliflower, 8 each for squashes, 0 a doz
1 for peppers and sto 10 for citron.
$ 1.00 a bushel for hickory nuts, $3.00
a bu. for chestnuts, and 50cts for wal
Concord grapes are selling at 10 cents
a basket, Niagara and Catawba 15 and
full-cream cheese at I2i.
Agents from Mercer county were in
town this week offering to deliver pota- :
toes of first quality to our grocers at 38
cents a bushel
Local dealers are paying 62c for
wheat, 35c for rye, 35c for buckwheat, .
25c for oats, and 35c for corn. Corn is
usually retailing at 40c. 1
Farm For Rent.
One of the best farms in Brady twp. 1
containing about 103 acres, with fruit
of all kinds in plenty, good barn and
out buildings, good water and comfort
able house, located in Brady twp., aa
joining the town of West Liberty, is for
None but first class farmers need
W. C. HAWN
On the premises.
It is desirable that the people of But
ler and Bntler county and of the sur
rounding country become acquainted
with the fact that the Butler Business
College is now owned by, and under the
management of. Prof. A. F. Regal who
for the last year and a half has been in
charge of the Business department of
the institution. Prof. Regal has found |
it advisable to add a Musical Depart '
ment to the institution, and for this '
purpose has secured the services of '
Prof. E. Otto Davis, of Butler, Pa., who
has entire charge of that department.
Messrs. Regal and Davis propose to
make things hum. School now in session
day and night. Any one wishing to
» make arrangements to attend the insti- '
t tntion will please call on or address
» A F. REGAL, Prin.,
3 327 S. Main St., Bntler, Pa.
The Fall and Winter Term of the
Pittsburg Dispatch Home Study Circle
' oxiens on Saturday, Oct. 15. It will in
terest every family, and not a number
should be missed. There is no expense.
All that is necessary is to have the Dis
patch—the best aud cheapest paper ,
1 published—lo cents a week.
t FOR RENT—A good, substantial
1 stable near Court House; four large
- stalls, carriage room and mow. Inquire
- at CITIZEN office.
A Bntler lady lost a dark, crochet
, shawl on the road south of Butler,about
- a month ago. The finder will be suit
ably rewarded upon leaving the same
- at the grocery store of Henry Miller
f opposite the postoffice.
Reduced Hates to I'liiladelphia,
Account Peace Jubilee.
.. For the grand Peace Jubilee at
1 Philadelphia, October 26 and 27, the I
I Pennsylvania Railroad Company will
, sell excursion tickets from all ticket sta
tionson its line, to Philadelphia, at rate
t of single fare for the round trip (mini
t mum rate 25 cents). Tickets will be
j sold and good, going, October 24 to 27,
and returning leaving Philadelphia to
. October 31, inclusive.
t ' This jubilee will be one of the great
est events in the history of Philadelphia
t The rededication of Independence Hall,
, recently restored: the unveiling of the
Grant Equestrian Monument. Fair
mount Park: a monster civic and indus
trial parade, and a grand military and ;
e naval pageafa't, led by General Miles I
1 and other heroes of the late war, will [
r be prominent features. The President
and h's Cabinet are also expected to be
s Any of our readers needing gas stoves '
r or gas ranges, gas fronts or any gas sav- '
5 ing appliance will find it a financial sav- j
ing to call at the store of W. H.
O'Brien & Son - °n East Jefferson St. i
'• and get prices on the extensive line they j
have on exhibition. They are also
3 agents tor the celebrated Welsbach
e Light, of which more than 1200 were
_ old in Butler, last year.
—For bargains in valuable and desir
able residences inquire of Walker A; Alc-
! NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES.
The first ten miles of track for the
Allegheny A: Westernroadat its < astern
terminus has l>een laid and a half mile
daily is the rate it i< being put down
now. The road is being constructed of
the finest material and will IK- one < f
the finest specimens of rail-way in the
country. The iron work 011 the bridge
at Mosgrove will cost slso,'Mi. The
report that the Pennsylvania Railroad
has bought this connection h is been de
nied. When it gets through and taps
the Pnnxsutawney coal fields it will
\ prove a serious blow on the Low Grade
ro id, and a good many people are l«>ok
mg for the long talked of branch from
j Red Bank to New Castle to be the re
' suit of the poaching of the Alleghenny
& Western. —Eart Brady Review.
A New Castle dispatch says that for
| six months Thomas Paden, a leading
: citizen of Moravia, has been under the
! impression that a tumor wf,s growing
iu his throat and that he was slowly
dying. He could eat nothing but thin
corn starch and liquids Sunday dur
ing a violent fit of coughing he coughed
up a big plum seed and shortly after
was able to eat a hearty meal.
An interesting discovery was made
in Clearfield county lately. The petri-!
tied body of a large Indian was tound 1
in the most perfect condition.
The discovery was made by the work- i
men who are building a road from i
Clearfield Bridge to Belsena. As tliei
men were making a cut through a j
rocky hill they unearthed the perfect
body of the Indian at a depth of seven
feet from the surface. The body is a
perfect specimen in eveiy respect, the
features being clean-cut and lifelike,
except for color, and the entire speci
men resembling a statute chiseled by a
master hand. The arms of the Indian
are folded. Ten men were required to
remove the petrified body trom its rest
Contractor McGoven contemplates
presenting the interesting discovery to
the Smithsonian Institution at Wash
Conductor Fonlk of the Bessie had j
three ribs cracked by an accident at
Conneautville last Saturday.
A Letter For \ou.
Unclaimed letters at the Postoffice at
Butler Pa., week ending Oct. 10—'98
Michael Aqnilla, Mr. James Barnes.
Mrs. Catherine Coy lines. (Elm St.i
Mr. .1. F. Clark, Mr. Phillip Duncan.
P. S. Duncan, 218. !Jo. St.. W. S. Elb.
Larkin Heilig. Mrs. Amey Halsfead.
Mr. Hetry ileningartner. .Miss Rosa
Miller, Mr. William H. Moore. Mr. G.
C. Moore, Miss Nellie McKinnev,
Harry Telford Smith, G. G. Sharp. W.
F. Tin key. Miss Lizzie Whitlock.
In calling for these letters please say
advertised. JOHN W. BROWN. P M
—Every farmer should have a driving
lamp, and after trying it we can recom
mend the Dietz. a sample of which can
be seen at this office.
Women Depositors are Appreci
The savings bank is an institution iu
vhich women have equal facilities with
men. At the Pittsburg Bank for Savings
No. 210 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg Pa.,}
every attention is given to provide fo
ihe comfort and convience of women de
positors, and tliev are courteously helped
in their banking operations. Four per
cent interest is paid an all time depsits.
Write to the Bank aud more information
will be sent you.
Highest cash price paid for Buck
wheat and Wheat.
GEO. WALTER & SONS
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
has arranged for two five-day person
ally conducted tours from Buffalo,
ISrie, Pittsburg, and principal internif
diate points, to Gettysburg and Wash
ington, on October 17 and November 7.
Round-trip tickets, including trans
portation, Pullman berth iu each direc
tion, hotel accommodations and car
riage drive over the battlefield at Get
tysburg, and hotel accommodations at
Washington in short, all necessary ex
penses—will be sold at rate of $25.00
from Suspension Bridge. Buffalo,
Rochester, Syracuse, and intermediate
stations on the New York Central and
Hudson River Railroad: $24 00 from
Elinira; $25.00 from Erie and Corry;
$21.50 from Williamsport: $23.00 from
Pittsburg and Altoona, and proportion
ate rates from other points.
Tickets will also be good to return on
regular trains until October 27 and No
vember 17, but without Pullman
Descriptive itineries and full infor
mation can be obtained of Ticket
Agents; B. P. Fraser, Passenger Agent
Buffalo, N. Y.; E. S. Harrar, Division
Ticket Agent, Williamsport; Thos. E.
Watt. Passenger Agent Western Dis
trict. Pittsburg; or Ceo. W. Boyd,
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
Of Interest to You.
Parties wishing to engage in the livery
business, call on Walker & McKlvaiu for
location aud outfit
-Highest cash price paid for Buck
wheat and Wheat.
GEO. WALTER & SONS.
Agents P. & W. Rv., West Clarion
to Butler inclusive, will sell round trip
tickets to Pittsburg, every Wednesday,
Sept. 14th to October 19th inclusive,
good to return 2 days from date of sale,
at fare one way, with 25 cents added
for admission to the Exposition.
Fare from Bntler $1.50 including ad
mission to the Exposition.
FOR SALE A graduating tuition
contract for Butler Business College,
cost SSO; either shorthand or commer
cial course. Inquire at this olfice.
Sunday Excursions to Allegheny.
Commencing Sunday May 22nd and
until further notice the Pittsburg and
Western R. R. will sell excursion tick
ets to Allegheny every Sunday for train
leaving Bntler 8:15 A. M. city time
I good to return on afternoon trains date
of sale. Fair for round trip 75 cents.
Special Excursion to the Exposi
tion via the I*. & W. R. It.
On Wednesdays September 11 -21—28
and October 5—12 19 the P. W. will
sell special Excursion tickets to Alleg
heny good for return in three days in
cluding date of sale, rate from Butler
$1.50 which includes admission to the
—Music scholars wanted, at 128 W
Notice to Wool-Growers.
Messrs. Troutui'in's Sons requiring all
the room they have for iheir own busi
ness, I have changed my location to
Graham Bros.' grocery store, just across
thv street from my old location with
Troutman's, where I will be glad to see
all my former wool friends, assuring
them of fair treatment, and the market
price 111 cash for their wool. Troutmans
wish to state that they have gone out of
the wool-buying business altogether
WM. F. Rt MBHKGKR
If you want Posters,
If you want Circulars,
If you want Sale Bills,
i If you want Envelopes,
If j-on want Bill Heads,
If you want Price Lists,
If you want Statements,
If you want Note Heads,
If you want Letter Heads,
j If you want Address Cards,
1 f you want Business Cards,
If you want Invitation Cards,
If you want any kind of Printing
[ one call at the CITIZEN office.
MJ WTEI» SKVCRAI. TnrSTWORTIIY I'. :tSoN
.II this stato to our in
their owu aud nearby rountlc.-. Il i.-> mainly
otltce work conducted at norm', salary
straight ?.««> a year aud i xih i.m . detluit'e
bonafld)'. no more, no less salary. Monthly
stamped envelope. Ilerbert t. IK-ss, Prest., |
| Dept. M, Chicago.
i Doing Business
We hope will merit yout
- patronage. Ours is not the
1 ; only store in Batler, but
•; we ao try to make it such
- 1 a place to buy your -lrugs
i and medicine as to win
your confidence and secure
your patronage. Do not
come to our store for cheap
drugs. We don't keep
them. Nothing but the
!>est finds a place in our
store and every article
' bearing our name is guar
anteed to be just as repre
-1 rented or you can get your
| uoney back. We buy the
j best, sell the best," keep
the best and lecoinmend
the !>est It is this meth
od that has brought to
our store a large and de
sirable patronage. If you
have never dealt at our
store we would be pleased
to have you call. We »ry
tc k.;«;p everything that is
likely to be called for in
our line, but if we should
not have what you want we will frankly
tell you so and will be pleased to get it
fou you at the earlies possible moment.
We give you what you want, No substi
tutions permitted. Let us fill your
C. N. Boyd, DRI](iQIST.
Diamond Block, P.ut'er, Pa.
Letters of administration or. the estate
of Lizzie Baker, dee'd., late of Middle
sex twp., Butler Co . Pa., having l>een
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please make immtd'ate pay
ment, and any having claims against
said estate will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement to
SAM LEI. A. LESLIE, Adm'r .
WILLIAMS & MITCHELL, Att'ys.
Letters of administration on the estate
of .Mrs. Valeria Sullivan, dee'd., late of
Buffalo twp.. Bntler 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 au
thent cated for settlement to
JOHN Q. A. SULLIVAN, Adm'r.,
11. 11. Got'CHER, and
JOHN C. GRAHAM, Att'y.
Letters of administration on the estite
of John M. Crooks, late of Middlesex
township, Butler county, Pa., dee'd.,
having been to the undeisigned,
all persons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate will please make immediate
payment, and any having claims against
sa'd estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement to
WM. R. THOMPSON, Adm'r.,
McFann P. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
J. D. MARSHALL, Att'y.
Estate of Isaac Hepler, late of Oakland
township, deceased, n tice is heieby
given that letters of administration upon
the 1 state of ,:aid decedent have been
granted to the undersigned. All persons
indebted to the said estate are requested
to make payment, and those having
claims or demands against the same will
make them known without delay to
I. B. HEPLKR,
Carbon Center, Pa.
Letters testamentary ou the estate of
John Sipe, dee'd., 'ate of Clearfield twp.,
Kutler county, 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, properly antenticated
for settlement to
EMELINE SIPE. Adm'x.,
Letters of administration on the estate
of Emma Shrader, dee'd., late of Butler
borough, Butler Co., Pa., having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please make immediate pay
ment,and anv having claims against said
estate will present them duly authenticat
ed for settlement to
W. B. SHRADER, Adm'r.,
W. D. BRANCON, Att'y.
Letters testamentary on the estate of
Isaac Kepple, dee'd, late of Fairview
township, By tier county, Pa., having
been granted to the undersigned, all
persons knowing themselves indebted to
said estate will please make immediate
payment, and any having claims
the same will present them for settle
WM. L. KEPPLE, Ex'r.,
C. WALKER, Att'y.
Letters testamentary on the estate of
Matthew Thrower, dee'd., late of Clin'.on
twp.. Butler Co., Pa., having been grant
ed to the undersigned, all persons know
ing themselves indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment,
and any having c'aims against said estate
will present them, properly authenticat
ed for settlement to
THOMAS A. THROWER,
JOHN E. THROWER, Kx'rs.,
RALSTON & GREER. Att'ys.
Practical Horse Shoer
Formerly Horse Shoer at the
Wick liouce has opened busi
ness in a shop in the rear of
the Arlington Hotel, where
he will do Ilorse-Shoerng in
the niost'approved style.
TRACK AND ROAD HORSES
L. S. McJUNKIN,
Insurance and Real Estate
117 E. JEFFKRSON.
BUTLER, - PA.
TH6 13UTLGR CITIZ6N.
51.<X> jut yt-ar if p.iiti in advance, otherwise
$1.50 will In* charged.
ADVERTISING KATKS OHO ln«*li. <»n«- time
|1; each subsequent insertion 50 cents » :»<•!»
Auditors' and divorce notices* each; exec
utors'and administrators' notices each
estray and dissolution not!<•« ->|2each. Head
ing notices 10 cents a line for lir*»t and c«-nts
for each subsequent insertion. Notices
amom; local news items l.» cents a line for
e ich insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks,
1 resolutions of respect, notices of festivals
ami f:iira« 11<\. Inserted al the rate of scenti
a line, money to accompany the order. »ovcn
words of prose make a line.
Hates for standing cards and job work on
All advertising is due after lirst Insertion,
and all transient advertising must ue paid
for in advance.
All communications intended for publica
tion in this paper must -«• accompanied by
the real name of the writer, not for publica
tion bu. -* guarautei- of g«xxi fa > h.ami should
reach us not later titan Puesday evening.
Heat It uotlce* must be accompanied by a
buuecrlbe mr IL9 Uiniw.
(ALL OF US HAVE <
rro WEAR CLOTHES. \
That is a settled fact. £
\ Where shall you buy \
r them is a question in- C
j volved. It admits of bnt r
V one answer. Buy where as- \
r sortnient is largest and your f *
I fancy can be best suited. Bay \
v where quality is first considered m
C with the firm. Buy where you are N
J confident you can get honest goods at /
C lowest prices. Look to us for the new 1
/ fall styles in Men's Suits and Overcoats. C
j 1 You know our regulation as leaders. We've r
C never disappointed you in giving you the latest \
r and best at the lowest price 3, and wo" won't do it C
J now. Look around and see if the price we r
v offer these Suits and Overcoats at can be match- /
/ ed even on qualities inferior to ours. We think i
J not. Stop anywhere in our range of orices and your /
C selection will be a good one. Everyone is a prize winner. V
Sc Nast, >
LEADING CLOTHIERS. S
f 137 South Main St,, C 1
/ Butler. Pa. c
Our Line of Fall and Winter 1
kl Clothing is now in our Shelves. J
« To many of our patrons, this announcement >1
is sufficient, but for the benefit of those who <
"J do not know us yet we will say, come in to ,
see us, we want to get acquainted with you
rA and in addition to that show you the hand
somest and best line of clothing, hats and *
fj men's furnishings in Butler, don't take our i
word foi it, come and see for yourselves, we *
WA will show you up-to-date goods at moderate
r« prices. ►
0 DOUTHETT & GRAHAM. ]
m IFALL and
fl& I WINTER
Our Large Winter Stock is All In.
a a I ■ t r\ | we have all the new and pretty styles in the
an I On IOC following well known makes such as the
811 LuUICO WilUCo Sorosis, ' Baker & Bowman's, of Syracuse,
N. V. Cincinnati's best made up in fi.ie Dongola, Box \_alf ip. welt and
turn soles. Cushionet ease-welt, cork fille 1 ease-welt and the Hygieaic felt sole
ease-welt. We carrv these goods in all sizes AA to EE and prices away down.
■ ■■ n ■ we are showing all the new shapes in
In VI an C Cordovans, Enamels, Wm'er Tans, and Box
111 IVIUII O V/IIU CO Calf Shoes in either leather or Linen Lined.
See the A. E Nettleton's water tight built shoes. Buy a pair you will need no
rubbers and vour feet will always be dry.
OUR STOCK OF SCHOOL SHOES IS VERY LARGE.
Gokey's high-cut copper tipped shoes in all size? for Boys and Girls— one P®j r
will last till spring. Hand made box toe B >ots and Shoes. Full stock of Rubber
Goods at away down prices. Kelt Boots and Shoe® of all kinds.
Mailorders receive prompt attention.
} Invoice for Week of Oct. 10. |
J ONE CASE YALE HATS. |
$ ONE CASE OF UNDERWEAR. J
£ We know of no better proof of the High quality and 5
less price of our underwear than the fact of our being J
\ obliged thus early in the season to order the second ship- j
uient of camels hair underwear. J
4 Best assortment of fine up to date Millinery at the lowest 4
5 prices in the city. f
: MARKS' i
J 108 S. MAIN ST., Butler.
Farm for Sale
I want to sell my farm of 235 acres
in Oakland twp., adjoining Iloyds
town, six miles uorth of Butler.
There is no better land for all kinds
of crops in Butler county. My wheat
and grass, this year, cannot be beat.
Come and see them.
Two good orchards, some young
timber, and an abundance of the
best of Spring water.
The builbings • ousist of a good,
six room, frame house; one large,
new, modern barn, and a large old
one; also all the necessary outbuild
ings, including a summer kitchen.
I want to quit farming because 1 am
alone, and will sell at a bargain on
A part of the farm is underlaid
with three and four feet veins of
coal, with one bank opened; and the
new railroad is surveyed within
ioo rods of the house.
For terms address or call upon,
SONORA. P. 0.
Eyes Examined Free of Charge
R. L. KIRKPATRICK.
Jeweler and Giaduatt Optician
Next Door to Court House, Butler, Pa. I
Two Weeks Sale
For two weeks we are going to sacrafice
our wall paper, so that, whetkei you
need it or not, you will buy for future
use if you will only come and see the
designs and price.
We have many of the best grades on
the market which we will sell you at such
a price thft you will buy. We have all
grades and our prices are selling out
We want to sell out within two weeks
so measure every roo*u in the house for
you will need the knowledge when you
hear the prices and see our fine patt'.-rns,
principly "special" grades, at
241 South* Main St., Near "P. O.
L. C. WICK,
Rough f Worked Lumber
OF ALL KINDS.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mould'ngs,
Shingles and Lath
Always in Stock.
LIME. HAIR AND PLASTER
Office opposite P. &|W. Depot.
j M. A. BERKIMER,
i 3C7 S. Main St., Butler.