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WILLIAM C. NEOLEY - - Publisher
THURSDAY. APRIL 13, 1899-
Republican County Ticket.
For Sheriff. ;
THOMAS R. IIOON. 1
J. M. MCCOI.LXJUGH. I
For Register and Recorder.
W. J. ADAMS.
D. L. RANKIN.
For Clerk of Court*.
W. P. TURNER.
For County Commissioner.
J. J. MCGAKVEY. ,
J. W. GILLESPIE. (
For County Auditor.
J. w. PATTERSON,
P. H. SECHLER.
JOHN L. JONES.
Thursday's vote was 90, 71. and .<1
the Independents voting for Charles
Tnbbs, of Tioga connty. who was in
dorsed for Senator over Quay last sum
mer, in that district. The general
appropriation bill passed second reading
in the House with the clause providing
"that no school district shall be en
titled to receive in any one year as its ,
proportion from the State a greater
amount of the appropriation than the
school district raises for the main
tenance of its schools by local taxation. ,
Friday's vote was Quay 40, Jenks 3*,
and Irvin 34—the Independents voting
for Col. E. A. Irvin, of Clearfield Co. ,
Saturdays vote was 11, 8, and 4 —no
quorum. Rumors of important devel- ,
opment for this week were afloat, and (
it was reported that Quay would ask for ,
a continuance of his case, Monday.
Monday's vote was 11, lb and 7 —the (
Innependents again voting for Col. ,
At the session held that afternoon
ninety bills carrying appropriations for
for private charities were reported. ,
Tuesday's vote was 95, 76, 51 —the In
dependents voting for Irvin It looked (
like a deadlock to the end.
Yesterday's vote was Quay 90, Jenks
76, and Stone 52—the Independents vot
ing for Charles W. Stone. The House
Appropriation Committee gives the
Butler Hospital $2,500.
NEAR Apia, Samoa, on the Ist of
April, a landing party of Americans
and English were ambushed, and four
Americans and three Englishmen were
killed and beheaded. The affair occur
red on ?. German plantation, and may
lead to serious complications between
IT looks odd to see the Quay papers
rejoicing over the exclusion of evidence
that would probably convict their polit
ical god of crimes against the state —
against themselves as citizens of the
The opinion generally held among
army officers in Washington, last week,
was that Gen. Miles had made good all
his accusations regarding the canned
beef furnished the army during the
late war, and that Alger's retirement
from the Cabinet should follow
The President decided to name the
three new battleships Pennsylvania,
New Jersey, and Georgia.
New Pensions—John McNamara,
Baldwin, $8.00; Alex Hazlett, Petrolia,
SH.OO; S. S. Patterson, Butler. 820, and
H. Boggs, Evans City, $6 to
The peace treaties were signed by
President McKinley, Tuesday, and Bel
lamy Storer was appointed U. S. Min
ister at Madrid.
R. H. Fisher was appointed P. M. for
DISPATCHES frour-Berlin state that it
is generally held in official circles there
"that Germany is entitled to demand
satisfaction for Admiral Kautz's action,
which must in any case be a matter of
international negotiation. Moreover.
Admiral Kautz's proclamation, as re
ported here, stated that the three Con
suls and the three naval commanders
had unanimously resolved to no longer
recognize Mataafa's provisional Govern
ment, and it is contended that Hen-
Rose, the German Consul, was compell
ed to deny this statement, which was
not true, whether Admiral Kautz made
it intentionally or inadvertently. The
public expects the United States and
Great Britain to disavow the conduct of
their officials, and interprets the Ger
man Government's declaration as an
intention to demand such a disavowal.
The chauvinist press go so far as to
prophesy that war is imminent as the
result of Admiral Kautz's direct insult
to the empire and the honor of the Ger
AT a riot at Pana, Illinois, seven men
were killed and several wounded. The
coal miners there are on a strike, and
the riot was brought about by the
Sheriff attempting to make an arrest.
FIRE originated in the home of a New
York millionare, early last Friday
morning, and eleven persons sleeping in
the house, including the owner and his
family were burned to depth.
The Greece City School.
Thursday, April 6th witnessed the
closing of a very pleasant and profitable
term at Greece City.
The teacher desires to thank the
citizens of the district for their kind
and courteous treatment of him and
for their hearty co-operation in the
school work during the two terms he
was with them
If all schools had pupils as determined
to improve, and parents as willing to
do their part as they of the Greece City
district, we would have much better
Maud Zillafro and Nora Christie did
not miss a day during the seven months.
On Friday night the school gave a
pie social, and the way the people
came through the rain and mud is
sufficient evidence of their interest iu
their school. The social was successful
to a greater extent even than was de
sired. The proceeds were eleven dol
lars and five cents, and were given to
the teacher to purchase a clock for the
A. F. COCHRAN, Teacher.
IN the Quay trial the books of the
bank in which the State placed its
money show that Quay borrowed of the
same in two years, from April 80, lfWti,
to April 80, ls«8, 140.88 on which
he paid no interest. In about eleven
years, from May 6, 1886, to October 31,
1H97, he borrowed of that bank almost
two millions of dollars and that the
total interest paid on same was only
some two thousand dollars.
1 desire to thank the Republicans of
Butler County, for the handsome vote
they gave me, and 1 WISH you to know
that I will be in the field three years
JAMES R. KEARN&.
The Quay Trial.
Tile trial of ex-Senator Quay on the
>»ill char riita him with conspiracy to
us.- the pubft funds in a manner nn
autborized;by lfttc began in .Indue Bri
dle's Court In Philadelphia, Monday
morning. A jury was secured without
any great trouble. Receiver Barlow of
the defunct People's Bank was placrd
on the stand, ar.d the day ended in a
contention st&mrding the production of
the books, mi#»tfig liooks and doctored
The seeoad of the trial of ex -
Senator Ql®rt was full of interest.
Thomas W. Barlow. ex-Assistant Dis
trict Attorney and Receiver of the Peo
ples Bank; ex-Judge James Gay Gordon
and A I>. TR}*T. former paving teller
of the bank, »« re the witnesses examin
ed. The testimony of Mr. Barlow and
Mr Gonlon wt»> highly interesting, end
at times s«isati< >nal.
The wholfc t®/*rt of the attorneys for
the defense dcring both Mr. Barlows
and Mr. Gordon's testimony was to
throw as uiuch doubt upon the Com
monwealth's contention that the papers
and book-* were in exactly the same state
as when fir*£. found in Cashier Hopkins
de and also sustain their allegation
that thev had been altered for political
purposes by the ex-senators political
enemies. worked toward this
end by drawiu# from the witnesses the
number and thr; names of those into
whose hands the letters and books had
The afternt"m was taken up entirely
with legal «i«ttKions. bnt was far from
monotonous <lO account of the brilliant
argument of David T. Watson. The
argument was precipitated by an objec
tion by the defense to A. L. Taber iden
tifying the Qoay letters. Mr. Shapley
stated that tiioy objected to the offer of
a single letter. There was blood in the
air and both sides scented a long battle,
so a recess* vfais taken at 12:30, '25 min
utes earlier than the day before.
There was*lively legal tilt upon re
convening as to whether the defense
should first be heard in their objections
to the offer of a single letter or whether
the District Attorney should IK* aliowed
to add to his offer of the latter what he
expected to follow it up.
The court decided that the latter
course was best proceedure, and Mr.
Rothermel introduced a mass of testi
mony gained from the bank s books,
which, takem with the letters, he said,
would show ttoe ex senator guilty of con
Mr. Watsba's answer was a magnifi
cent effort. Even Colonel Quay, who
has been most of the time apparently
the least iafa-reated person in the court
room, followed every motion of the Pitts
The District Attorney did not have
time before 3 o'clock to answer Mr.
Watson, bnt the argument may be the
turning point of the case. If the offer
of the letters Mid "red book"is rejected,
the main prop of the Commonwealth s
case will fall.
The District Attorney opened the pro
ceedings in this phase of the case by
offering in evidence the books of the
bank, extendsiig oves a number of years
and along them ti.e account books,
letter press bank and letters from Sena
tor Quay and State Treasurer Haywood
found in th« desk of Cashier Hopkins
after that official had committed suicide.
He read a long summary of what the
books and papers showed, and stated
what he expected to prove by them, to
wit, that tbtbagh a conspiracy with
Cashier Hopkins State Treasurer Hay
wood and other State Treasurers, and
possibly with c*her •fficials of the bank.
Senator Qfcay used a certain fixed
amount of state money deposited iu the
institution, aftd deceived interest on an
other fixed of the State dej>osit.
Much of evidence offered by the
District Attorney was brought out at
the preliminary hearing, on October 5.
There was some liew matter, however,
dealing principally with the amount of
money loaned by the bank to Mr. Qnav,
and daring tiie past 12 or 14 ytjfirs the
amount paid to him and other State
Treasurers as interest on State deposits.
Mr. Watson contended that the mere
fact that bank clerks, with 110 personal
knowledge of the truth of what they
were writing, entered certain figures in
a book, which figtares purported to rep
resent interest paid to the ex-senator
was no proof tuat the money had been
received by hlni or that there had been
anv intention to pay it to him. This
argument is In line with the defense's
contention thgf Mr. Quay was the vie
tim of Hopkte*. who used the ex Sena
tors name tn> ajrer up his own illegal
transactions. Mr. Watson also attacks
the indictOfcP&t. declaring it to be fatal
" Previous to tll'» presentation of the
bank books b» #lr. Rothermal, the ex
animation af Receiver Barlow was
concluded ex-Judge Gay Gordon,
who, the :ullievents of ex-Senator Quay
declare, is responsible for what they
term the conspiracy against their fav
orite. gave testimony in corroboration
and explanation of Mr. Barlow's
Mr. Barlow created a sensation by
the statement that he had broken open
the dead cswlitjr's de*k and taken
therefrom the books ami letters apper
taining to the Quay trial at the behest
of a mysteriou# informant, who spoke
to him over the telephone from Har
risburg and stated that there was a
plot on foot %o steal the compromising
documents that night. He was, he
said, never able to learn who his mys
terious friend was. The fact was
gleaned from Mr. Barlow that the bank
books and letters were practically in
the control »f Judge Gordon from April
until September of last year. He con
sidered this proper. as Judge Gordon
was the confidential advisor of Pres
ident McManue, of the bank.
Judge Giipdon gave his testimony in
a quiet convincing manner. He de
precated the stories of conspiracy
against Senator Quay that have been
persistently put, in circulation and
frankly answered < very question asked
regarding the use he made of the papers
while he had #ll m. He admitted that
they had baen photographed at his
suggestion, but merely for purposes of
safety iu the event of the originals
being destroyed, ile also admitted
showing theui to David Martin, the
leader of the anti-Quay faction, to John
Wanamaker, a bitter opponent of Quay,
and to others, a partial exhi
bition of letters to James M. Gnffey,
the Democratic leader of this State,
but not iu manner hinted at by the
Judge (tordon asked permission <>f
the Judge to a statement of his
connection with the case, but the
entire array «rt Quay connsel objected
instantly, and what would have un
doubtedly prrwt* interesting reading
was thus shjit off.
The court prapeedings grew liveliest
on account Qf some sharp tilts
between Mr. Sfaapley and the District
Attorney. ,\lr. Rothermel was fret*
with his objections to <iuestioiis. and
several briskly worded engagements
At the reconvening ot the Court at
10 A M. yesterday Dist. Att'y Rother
mal answered Watson's argument of
the previous dav; Shapley followed, and
then Judge Biddle decided to receive
the letter in question. This decision
was said to include all of the dead cash
iers papers, lint not the "red-book.
Judge Biddle decided to receive the
Regular books of the bank, but reserved
his decision in the "red-book." a book
found in Cashier Hopkins' desk, after
he had committed suicide, and in which
he kept a record of his transactions
Mrs. George's Trial.
At Canton, Ohio, Thursday, the jury
in the case vs Mrs. George for killing
.Sax ton was completed.
On Monday eleven witnesses were
heard for the prosecution but none of
their evidence was of a "convicting
At Tuesday's session of her trial .1 udge
Taylor ruled that Mrs, George's silence
when questioned by the arresting
officers could uot In* taken as an invol
untary admission of guilt.
Over this issue the attorneys fought
bitterly for two hours. The qnesti 11
asked Mrs. George, '"Why did yon go
west on the car that night?" which
caused the dissension when repeated to
a witness in conrt. was ordered stricken
from the record. But despite this
point, the chain of circumstantial evi
dence against Mrs. <4eorge was
strengthened very materially that day.
Testimony of an unexpected nature
proved clearly for the first time that
she endeavored to meet George Sax ton
within an hour before his murder; that
she referred bitterly to his broken
promises, and that she made a futile
attempt to see her lawyer, James
Sterling, at his office in the Danne
miller building, within an hour after
the shooting, and shortly before hr
arrest. Moreover, expert witnesses
swore that when arrested the thumb
and index finger of her right hand were
stained black, and that the substance
when scraped oft proved to be gun
Yesterday it was shown that Mrs.
George watched Saxton with Mrs. Alt
house, and one witness saw a revolver
in her hand.
Zelienople and Harmony.
Henry Datnbach. merchant of El
wood, "was the guest of Henry M.
Ziegler, last week.
Mrs. J. O. Stuart, of Allegheny, visit
ed her sister; Mrs H. W. Bame at
Harmon}- this week.
Miss Eva Shontz, daughter of Amos
Shontz of New Kensington, visited bt r
grandfather. David Shontz. at Harmo
ny. last week.
Mrs. .T. .T. Barnhart, of Jackson, was
given a surprise birthday party by her
lady friends about Harmony on Thurs
day evening, last week.
Charley Beighlea, of Waters Station,
was in Harmony, last Saturday, pur
chasing gotfds to start housekeeping.
He recently built an oil country house.
E. R. Stayton, of Allegheny City, was
in Harmony on Monday.
Joe Nesbitt, son of Aaron Nesbitt, of
Jackson township, had a narrow escape
from death on Thnrsday of last week in
the Sam. Baker's stone quarry. A
rock rolled down the hill striking him
on the back of his head. He wa,3
senseless for two hours. He is getting
Mrs. A. H. Wilson, of Harmony, is
lying very ill at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. S. G. Lockwood.at Zelienople.
She was suddenly taken ill while visa
Hon. and Mrs. M. L. Lockwood, Mr.
and Mrs. S. U Lockwood and others of
Zelienople attended the funeral of J. S.
Patterson at Jamestown, N. Y. on Mon
Frank West, of Beaver county, had
his hands badly burned last week. He
cleaned his gloves with benzine and
putting them on his bands he warmed
them tit the fire so they would fit his
hands nicely, bnt an explosion which
resulted in severely burning both hands
was the sequel. Both hands were
bandaged by Dr. J. A. Osborn. of
Mrs. Joseph Rice, of Lancaster twp
is ill at her home with dry bronchitis.
Mrs. Dr. J. A. Osborn, of Harmony,
was sick in bed the first of this week.
Work on the new branch railroad has
l>een resumed. A large force of men
are at work with several steam shovels.
Stone are being quarried for bridge
Al. Wise, liverymen of Butler, was
in Harmony on Monday.
Elder W. H. Guyer is holding his
second week of protracted meeting in
the Bethel. Church of God at Harmony
J. D. Wolf, the oil producer of Brad
ford, was at Harmony, this week.
S. Markwell of Greece City is serious
ly ill at this writing.
The dwelling house on the Magill
farm was destroyed by fire last Tnes
day night. The fire was discovered by
Win. Page, tenant, between X and !) 1'
M. Wood had been used for fuel and
it is thought that a spark from the fire
had fallen upon the roof and thus set
fire to the building. Mr. Page, with
the assistance of neighbors, succeeded
in saving most of the better portion of
his housenold effects. There was no in
surance on the house which was owned
by Mrs. Lucy Dnnlap of Peachville.
The young people of this vicinity will
hold a "poverty soshal" on Wednesday
evening. April 19, in the Grange Hall
in Mifidietown. "Kuin at kandle lit
en stay till bed time. Jinjer bred and
koffy will be served at 5 sents per rake
off, and the usual fines will be impos
11. .1. Clark is busily engaged in lay
ing the foundation fur a new bam
which he is going to erect on the lot
purchased by him last year from Peter"
Whitmire. The superstructure will be
of wood and in addition to the regular
stabling there will be a bicycle vault
built for the accommodation of travel
ing wheelmen. Sir.l'.x
The road between Sarver and Slate
Lick is so bad that it requires three
horses to carry the mail.
Two of G Demiskas' children nar
rowly escaped a fatal accident last
Thursday, while on their way home
from school. They were crossing the
railroad bridge near Sarver at a curve
on the road and the engineer did not
notice them until within a car's length
of them and succeeded in stopping the
The residents of Sarvers Station are
well pleased that the Commissioners
have selected the Doerr farm for a Poor
Phillip Cooper got his finger smashed
while loading stone at Sarver.
Nil. <», C'OlllloqllClH'SSlllg.
March sth. closed the winter term of
school. This term has been taught by
Miss Nellie MeCandless, the past
winter, and she has proved herself to be
an efficient and earnest teacher. We
were favored as being guests at their
picnic, which was a very i>le.isant affair.
The programme consisted of declama
tions by the little folks, the principal
feature of the entertainment being a
play representing a menagerie, which
caused considerable excitement, each
acting their part well. At the close of
the programme the teacher rose to
dismiss the audience for noon, when
Mr John Brandon announced another
performance. Our teacher told him
that we had no more prepared, when
he requested her to be seated. Then
came the surprise, when the pupils
placed a beautiful parlor lamp and
water set on tin desk. Mr. Brandon
presented these in a very appropriate
manner, in behalf of the school, as a
tokea of esteem for their teacher. Miss
McCandless assured them that it was a
surprise that she would never forget.
Mr. Benj. Douthett, in his able man
ner. made remarks assuring the teacher
that she would always i>e remembered
in the neighborhood, and that she had
the love and respect of ail.
After a sumptuous dinner we spent
till three o'cl(#k in play.
J A VISITOR.
"BURN this letter" was not apparent
ly appended to the one Miles produced
be fori the beef inquiry board, but it
would doubtless burn very soon if it
went where liagan wishes it.
(Read by Miss Mary McKee. at the Re
union of the L P. Congregation
In a distant country, was a temple,
primeval fair to see.
Of living green the arches, the aisles of
Here, 'mid the fragrance of the heather
God was worshipped day by day:
Bv a people, peculiar people, taaght
to labor and to pray
Listen to the veins ringing, high and
clear, o'er field and fell:
Hunted now. like driven < attle, far
from homes in which they dwell.
Fire and sword in the name of the cross,
spared not age. nor youth nor
Mid storm and tempest, the ground
cried out. at scenes of horror and
'Mid the caves and mountain fastness',
hides by day this chosen band;
Far down the glen, a shining cohort
moves here and there across the
The prayer ascends: "Be not far off;
for trouble nears: none to help
God's curtain falls, a silken sheen, oer
the landscape, bringing smiles
In the glory of the morning, liberty was
born, far across the sea.
Did yon hear itV Can you believe it':
Free to worship God, you and
Out upon the trackless ocean, with
hearts uplifted, sailed away these
To the realm of promise given, in the
distant golden setting, just be
yond the wave.
In the chill and gloom of winter, they
built a new kirk, on a hill-top
bare and brown;
In the yalley laid ont a city, fair and
quaint, and they called it Bntler
How the welkin rang with music. Scot
land's friends, the auld Psalms of
No greater power to convert. No
greater claim, in lives of Plutarch
or tales of Ovid.
In their veins the blood of martyrs ran.
No sterner stuff than this, to
make men brave;
Facing for conscience sake, perils of
sea and land, even the grave.
Of precepts and doctrines of bygone
days, the truth was set forth
in lives of God-fearing men;
From fashion and pride turned their
faces away, which the ruin of
Summer's sun and winter's snow swift
ly come and go, in Butler town;
In the valley lies the city, close to
water's edge, the same as years
On the hill-top, in the sunlight, the
kirk still stands: not the kirk of
But a lofty, noble building, granite
hewn, like a poem vast and
'Mong the arches high are ringing.
Psalms of David—not the old but
The session looks cross, for they're ai a
loss. to know what next they will
In yonder corner by a pillar, an organ
stands, another innovation.
From out the shadow of the pulpit,
the organ swells, its the de'il's
Surely the ministers will see, the thin
• t-dge entering of the wedge;
That we are departing, nay far away
be. from the faith of Scotland's
But Scotland's gwan in concert—a
woman preacher comes to town;
And strange to say, as though bewitch
ed, the ministers do not even
Men are prone to 'ere, and seek for
giveness: now they call it "ex
Tiuly the word from which onr fathers
taught, seems to be at variance.
In meeting, women will not silence
keep, in spite of Paul's injunction;
In the reading of the Scriptures, things
are rendered strange, by a new
The long grass waves, in the geutle
breeze, o'er Scotland's heroes, in
the city of the dead.
In the joy aud peace of living, no need
to fear the perils from which they
More costly far. than hidden gems in
mines of ophir, or jewels rare and
Comes to us, this Godly heritage, more
precious than fine gold.
The stately kirk of granite hewn, will
crumble into dust; forgotten the
singer and the song;
But down th< ages a message rings to
sons and daughters yet unborn.
Our sons and daughters! Like prince's
palaces, more fair than Sheba's
Monuments more lasting, none than
these, to proclaim the grand old
From Cuba's fair and palm browned
isle, in ocean's coral strand,
A wail came from bleeding hearts,
which thrilled men's sonls
throughout the land.
Men say the heroes all are dead. Gone
forever deeds of glory.
A thousand thousand stripped for
action, "Aye! Aye! Sir," tells the
In the distant East, is an "open door,
the Pilippines and old Kartoum;
Out of Pharaoh's land, the cry is com
ing from the darkness of the
As our father's died to make men hap
py, so we'll live, nay die, to make
And herald the good news of Christ the
Saviour, afar across the sea.
Joseph Anderson, of Clinton twp., is
building a new 'barn.
Sylvester Montgomery, of Clinton,
was in Butler, Saturday.
Bert Criner, of Middlesex, had an eye
hurt by escaping gas, last week.
J. C. Johnson tic Son and Thomas
Woods were in Butler, Friday.
MINNEAPOLIS is one of the larger
cities to adopt the curfew. A big whis
tle whistles at 9 P. M.., but its not true
that it whistles "Home, Sweet Home,"
in quickstep time.
Better TLzn S, tow."
v. t!"i r.f ;:> • multi-millionaires is
J1 t1 t• ! : : Ilh. iitches wi i.out
!i ,'t:i a < itr . jot the rich, tie
l;.:-: ! !-i he pour alike have, in
li ''s ;\t i. 3 valuable as-i'tar.t
in cettinspand maintaining perfect heaith.
B • ire to ;.<•• Head's because
Jicc&S Sa IS a/minfi'a
M. A BERKIMER,
337 S. Main *St., Butler
Knhsr,il>e i<ir thp CITF'/.R"'
Notice is hereby given that the under
taking business carried on by Mrs. Minnie
Hunt, at West Sunbury, I'a., under the
supervi-ion of her father, John Mechli ng,
lately dee'd., will he continued by me.
t All work will be done in first-class
style, at reasonable prices.
Mrs. Minnie Hunt.
M. C. WAGNER,
139 South Main street
Over Shaul .Vast's Clothing Store
T ABSOLUTELY PURE
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
»ovai tumno POwLta co . »;» • • -■>
CAMPBELL—At Behler. W. Va.. Apr.
T, 1h;«), Cecelia V., wife T. O. Camp
bell, son of ex-Sheriff A. G. Camp
bell. dec'd. aged abont 28 years.
FOWLER At Fox burg, April (J. 1 s©9.
.T T. Fowler, ageil 47 years.
Mr. Fowler was formerly yard mas
ter of the P. & W. R. R. in Bntler and
afterwards trainmaster of the north
ern division. His death was caused by'
PATTERSON" At his home in James
town. X. Y., April 7. 1 s'i't. James S.
Patterson, aged 60 years.
Mr. Patterson was interested in the
oil fields of this county with W. V.
Tait and A. Steelsmith.
McGREGOR At the residence of John
Wiley in Clinton twp.. Aprils. lsii'J.
Samuel McGregor, in the 79th year
of his age.
McCANDLESS At the residence of his
son. John A. Jr., April I*9o. John
A. McCandless, aged about To years.
His remains were buried at St. John's
Methodist church near Halstead sta
tion. Wednesday morning.
BECK,—April 8. ls!)9, in Allegheny,
John A. Beck, Sr., aged 56 years.
MARKWELL At his home in Con
cord twp. (Greece City). April 10.
is'.i'.t, Stephen A. Markwell.in his 78th
His death was caused by heart troub
le and occurred on the •">•")th anniversa
ry of his marriage. He is survived by
hi i wife and several children
FREDLEY—At his home in Middlesex
twp, April 12. 1889, John Fredley,
aged 60 years.
YORPE —At her home in Middlesex
twp., April 11, 1899. Mrs. Yorpe. ag<ni
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men, young ladies and girls.
All about men's and boy's
It's a book gotten up to save
people money in their Dry Goods
buying —a practical sto y of goods
and prices that shows how we
propose to save you money—sell
you good goods for the least
prices you can gel them for any
Costs you nothing to get a
copy—send your name and ad
dress, *and ask for it—that's all.
less to pay for
pretty wash goods
here—you'd be surpiised to know
Inw much less, for such choice
styles and colorings, Write for
samples of Madras Ginghams,
Percales and Dimities at IOC,
i 2,\c, i 5c —see what the goods at
the prices mean to you and your
Large lines fine Dress Cottons
1 5c to 50c.
Hansome summer silks- Intlias
50c —Foulards and Satin Libertys
65c, 75c —st} les that will win
Neat, good Dress Goods Mix
tures 25c, 35c. Dressy Ddress
Goods a feature here —s oc to
800-o-s & I ill 111
A new and up-to-date hotel, at
No 307 Centre Ave , Butler, Pa-
MRS. J. L. CAIN.
< D. L. CLEELAND, >
< Jeweler and Optician, >
< 125 S. Main St., )
( Butler, Pa. /
S Butler Steam Laundry.
? 220 West Cunningham Street, \
C J. E. ZICKRICK, Manager. S
People's 'Phone, 296.
Practical Horse Shoer
Formerly Horse Shoer at the
Wick House has opened busi
ness in a shop in the rear of
the] Arlington Hotel, where
he will do Ilorse-Shoerng in
the most approved style.
TRACK AND ROAD HORSES
Having rented the Nixou Home, 011 N.
McKeati St., aud will take possession
April 1, I invite all my old friends and
customers, as well as die public general
ly to give me a call. There is hot and
cold water all through the house, bath
tubs and (ire escapes. Kales reasonable.
R. O RUMBAUGH,
Formerly of the Wick House.
PqwlarMiisicl Popular Prica!
I "I Ltim Ynu, Mrcl I Do* Son*. Tlit? only one
of lis kind. A New York MCCCM. Don't fall to
end for a • py. Il< ir price, 5 •. Our price
to you ' 25c
l.itMe (iirl in i i;% i<X< . WI«1 World"
— Souk. A N|v>utau« <•! "lilt.** Tlie rajre hi New
York ami th" ttiKt. 1 : price, 50 cis. Our
price to you... 25c
"Mayflower Wali/."—<mt: «ft «« charming
| wuli/t-ri that re i: r* slitil.le. A Kplumilil piece for
ducinf or t raaolo. :* - our
price to you '-55 c
"Happy Hannah*'—Cake Walk. Tin- best cake'
walk cv«t written. A popular favorite. Price*
50c. Our price to you 25c
SOUVENIR i REE
MCKINLEY MUSIC CO,
807-0 WABASH AV , CHICAGO. 74 FIFTH AV., NTW YOFTEI
Please Mention tills Paper.
Aiti\ k SOLICITORS \YANTKI> I \ fcuv
where for "Tlu* Story of the Philippines
liy V.urat, Ilalstt :i<l, commissioned hy the
Government as (MHcial Historian to the War
Department. The book was written in arnw
camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with
General McrKtt. in the hospitals at Hono
lulu. in I long Kong.in the American tremhes
at Manila, in the insurgent camps with
Aguinaldo. on th*- deck of the Olympla with
Dewey, and in the roar of hattie at tin rail
<»f Manila. Hon an/.a for agents. Brimful of
original pictures taken by government nho
l lographcrs on the >pot. Large li«»ok.
I prices. profits. l'reight p:».ld. J redit
I given Drop all trashy unoflh'ial war iMMiks.
Outfit fri i-. Aililri'»s I". 'l'- Ba bur. Sec"*
Insurance Did t? Chicago.
j PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
V KWTON" BLACK,
A ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office on South Diamond Street.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Mi chell building.
4 I.KX RCSSKI.T.,
A ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office- with Newton Black, Esq. South
I COULTER & BAKHR,
v. ATTORNEYS A"I LAW.
Room 8., Armoryjbuildin,,.
TOIIN W. COULTER.
Special nttention given to collections
and business matters.
Reference: Butler Savings Bank, or
Butler County National Bank.
1 B. BKEDIN,
»I • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Main St. near Court House.
T T. BLACK,
A • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Room J. —Armory building.
I M. PAINTER,
I> • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office between Postoff.ce and Diamond
I \R. C ATWELL,
I' Office 106 W. Diamond St., [Dr.
! Graham's old office. ]
Houis 7 to 9 a. m. and I to 3 and 7 to
| 8 p. 111.
D' R. CHAS. R. B. HUNT,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Eye, ear, nose and throat a specialty.
240 South Main St.
Ur H. BROWN,
. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office 236 S. Main St., opp. P. O.
Residence 315 N. McKean St.
: CAMUELM. BIPPUS,
j u PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
200 West Cunningham St.
1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
New Trouttnan Building, Butler Pa.
j p M.ZIMMERMAN
VI • PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
i Office No. 45, S. Main street, over City
DR. N. M. HOOVER.
137 E. Wayne St., ffiice nours. 10 to
12 a. m. 1 and to 3 p. m.
Has located in the new Stein building,
with all the latest devices for Dental
DR. J. E. FAULK,
Painless extraction—No Gas—Crown
and bridge work a specialty.
Office—Room No. I. new Bickel build
1 J. DONALDSON,
rf . DENTIST.
Artificial Teeth inserted on the latest
improved plan. Gold Fillings a spec
ialty. Office over Miler's Shoe Store.
OR. S. A. JOHNSTON,
Gold Fillings Painless Extraction of
Teeth and Artificial Teetli without plates
a specialty, Nitrous Oxide or Vitalized Air
or Local mesthetics used.
Office over Millers grocery, east of Low
DR. W. P. MCILROY,
Formerly known as the "Peerless
Painless Extractor of Teeth." Located
permanently at hi East Jefferson St.,
Opposite Hotel Lowry, Butler. Will do
dential operations of all kinds by the
latest devices and up-to-date methods
\ r McALI'IN.
V • DENTIST,
Now permanently in Bickcl Building,
with a reliable assistant, and facilities
for best and prompt work.
People's Phone for I)rs. V, or J. Mc-
Alpin—House No. 330; office No. 340.
WM. WALKER. J. S. WICK
- Walker & Wick,
—OENEHAI. DEALERS IN
LIFE INSURANCE, ETC.
AF.TTERKII BOiI.DINO. OPP. I'OSTOFFICK
JURY LIST FOR APRILTERM,
List of names drawn from the proper
jury wheel this 25th day Februarj, A.
D. 1890, to serve as traverse jurors al 11
special term of court, commencing on
the third Monday of April. A. D. 1899,
the same being the 17th day of said
Andre John H. Fairview twp. producer,
Anderson William, Connoquenessing
Adams Samuel, Fairview twp. farmer,
Burckhalter George N. Butler boro sth
wd, express agent,
Brown William P, Butler boro sth wd,
Book Harlin. Franklin twp, farmer,
Colbert William, Butler boro stli wd,
Cypher David, Butler boro sth wd. gas
Caldwell Samuel 11, Jefferson twp,
Dunlap William, Donegal twp. car
Donalson R M, Concord twp, farmer,
Duncan J C, Cranberry twp. farmer.
Elliott Joseph. Butler boro 3rd wd,
Elliott James D. Buffalo twp, farmer.
Gold R H, Washington twp, farmer,
Gravatt Thomas. Wiutield twp, farmer,
Johnston John, Adams twp, farmer,
Jackson Alexander, Parker twp,farmer,
.Tack B H,Butler boro Ist wd,merchant.
Kelley .1 C, Franklin twp, farmer,
Knauff John. Jackson twp, farmer,
Kemmerer Fred, Butler boro Ist wd,
Kirker Reed. Forward twp, plasterer,
Kellev E E, Butler boro 3rd wd, pro
Knox J E, Parker twp, fanner,
Latchaw F R, Harmony boro,merchant,
Millison John. Butler twp, farmer,
Martincourt S B, Butler boro 3rd wd,
Market Daniel. EyansCity boro,fanner,
Milford J P. Allegheny twp, farmer,
McCoy Robert. Slipperyrock twp
Puryiance Thompson, Connoqneness
mg boro, merchant,
Peffer P 11. Lancastor twp, farmer,
Rum 111 el Peter, Clearfield twp, farmer,
RaisleyJ M, Butler twp. farmer,
Shanor Henry K.Lancaster twp,farmer,
Seaton Amos, Venango twp, farmer,
Stoughton Clark, Concord twp, farmer,
Scott William, Buffalo twp, farmer,
Snyder Henry, Clinton twp, wagon
Stickler George, Zelienople boro, clerk, '
Thompson Oliver, Butler boro 4th wd,
Thorn Oliver, Clay twp, farmer,
Wade I sitae, Washington twp, farmer.
Wade George W, Buffalo twp, farmer,
Whitmire Robert J, Oakland twp,
Walker Daniel. Parker twp. farmer,
Weigle William. Brady twp, black
LIST FOR 1899.
Geo N Biirkbaltcr. Park Theatre
Co , Butler .#3l oo
PII Mnrry. pool tabl< s. Callery 51 oo
.1 F Iln-T-lton. 5 pool tables. Bntler 71 NO
Heath Bros, 3 •* SI oo
G E Millinger. 3 " 51 00
EVANS CITY BORO.
T A Donaldson. 3 pool tallies.
Evans City 51 00'
J M Luton. 3 pool tables. Harmo
ny 51 00
T H Miles, 3 pool tables. Mars. .. 51 oo
D S Sneatben. 2 pool tables. Slip-
J>eryrock 41 00 I
G P Tadder, 3 pool tables, Mil
lerstown 51 00
T M Mat tern, 4 pool tables.
Glade Mills 61 00
Penn'a Distilling Co., Distillery,
Free port 1501 oo
Thos E Doyle, restaurant. Callery 5 75
P 11 Mnrry, " 8 78
WM Christie restaurant. Bntler 5 75
T M Cross. " 8 18
J P Dunn, " " 5 75
H D Kirk. '• - 5 75
J A Maxler, " " 5 75 j
W J Mitchell, " " 5 75
GC McCracken, " " 575 J
II J Smith, " " 575 J
EVANS CITY BORO.
Cole Mrs E J, restaurant, Evans
City 5 75 i
A J Long, restaurant, Evans City 5 75 '
Stevenson & Lynch, *' " 5 75 J
Jas Fleeger. restaurant. Harmony 5 75 '
Stanffer <V- Wagner, " " 5 75 •
Charles Zentz, " " 5 75;
T H Miles, restaurant Mars 5 75 J
Geo King, restanrant 5 75 j
ADAMS TWP. Class.
Berringer HH. store. Myoma. 14 7 75
Cruthers GA, lumber, Callery. 14 7 75 (
Cmthers & Co, hardware, Cal
lery 13 10 75
Godard MJ. coal. Callery... .14 7 75
Irvine CB. store, Callery 14 7 75
Shannon .1 F. store, Callery 13 10 75
Thomas J H. store. Callery .... 13 10 75
Windhorst FC, store, Dow
ney vitle 14 7 75
Meek James, store. Bonus -14 7 75
Schell J D, stor».-, Craw fords
Corners 14 7 75
Clntton E G, store. West Lib
erty 13 10 75
Martin Mary E Mrs, West Lib
erty 14 7 75
Robinson WW, Pump 14 7 75
Cramer Roy, store Silverville. .14 7 75
Leasnre AW, store, Eakastown 14 7 75
McClafferty J. store, Sarvers
ville 14 7 75
Powell J W, Sarversyille 13 10 75
Witte WH, hardware 14 7 75
Watson William, lumber 14 7 75
Emerick WJ, store Butler 14 775
Anderson RJ, Flick 14 7 75
Thompson Charles, Ivy w00d... 14 7 75
Arthur & Dunn, store, Enclid..l2 13 75
Goncher A A, store, Euclid 13 10 75
Sherwin S, store, Sherwin 14 7 75
Fleeger AF, store, Fleeger 14 7 75
Krause R & Sous, store, Coyles
ville 13 10 75
Gormley F P, Fennelton 13 10 75
Elliot HW, store, Coaltown. . .14 7 75
Fisher JW, store, Moniteau. . .14 7 75
Fogal V, store, Coaltown 14 7 75
Welsh James, store, Coaltown. 14 7 75
Alexander W H, store, Whites
town 13 10 75
Barnhart Samuel. Buttercup. . .14 7 75
Kulm CC, store, Hooker 14 7 75
Mark well S, store, Greece City. 13 10 75
Thompson N H, Magic 13 10 7.)
Croft JW. store, Trail 14 7 75
Frantz John, store, Ogle 14 7 75
Garvin Wm, store, Ogle 14 7 75
Hendrickson AG, store. Oarle. .14 < <5
Graham JH, store, St. J0e.... 14 7 75
Griffin FA, store, Rattigaa 14 7 75
Dunbar JW. Store. Carr 14 7 75
Schilling Alex, store, Reibold .14 7 75
Starkey D, store. Zeno 14 7 75
Rex LA, coal. Carr 14 7 75
Day WP. store, Peachville. .. 14 775
Hartenstein L, store, Gre«t Belt. 13 10 75
Montag WM, store, Jefferson
Centre 14 7 75
O'Neal ,T M & Co., Great Belt. .13 10 75
Snitzel MA, store, Eidtnian 14 7 75
Met* A E & Son, store, Middle
Lancaster 13 10 75
Bailey Joseph, store, Harrisville, 14 7 7.1
Gormley J ll, store. Murrinsville 14 7 75
Middendorf H J, store, Boyer..L4 75
Sisney LJ, store, Boyer 14 7 75
Spronl Bron. , feed, Boyer 14 I 75
Owens EL, store, Forestyille. . 14 7 75
Shields RC, store, Forestville. .14 7 75
Watson WM & Son. store. Mt
Chestnut 14 7 75
Watson WM & Son, store. Isle. 14 7 75
Bellis G C, store. Glade Mills. . 13 10 75
Cooper & Truver, store. Glade
Mills 14 ' 75
Hutchison T J, hardware.Glade
Mills 14 7 75
Marks & Whiteside.store.Glade
Mills 1<» 20 75
McFann LR, store, McFann..l4 < <;>
I Badger SB, store, Sonora 14 7 75
' Ball George, store, North Oak
land 14 ' 75
Lehnerd A N P, store, St. Joe
Station 14 7 7->
Allen WS. store, Glenora 14 7 75
Black W C & D H, store,Bruin. 13 10 75
Howard J C, store. Parkers
Landing 14 7 <•>
Morgan James A, store, Parkers
Landing 14 7 <5
Orr JH, store, Bruin 14 7 <•>
Scott Wm H, store. Bruin 14 7 7.»
Bowser It M & Sou, Lumber,
Renfrew 14 7 75
Dontbett A M,store,Brownsdalel3 10 7.>
Kirkpatrick Bros.store, Renfrew 14 7 75
Minor Stephen, store, Butler.. 14 775
Patrick James, store, Renfrew. 14 7 75
Price Bros . hardware, " 14 775
Sutton A M, store. Maharg 13 10 75
Smith JC. store, Renfrew 14 7 75
Dittmer MB, store, Herman .. .14 7 75
Dittmer JJ. store, " -W •
Conrad John W, store, Cartion
Centre 14 • <•>
SLIPPER YROCK TWP.
Gaston A <FC A E, IN inter. Wick 13 10 75
Hall Amos, store, Branchton. .14 775
Hindman WJ, store. " 14 > 75
Stoll Fred, store. Wick 14 7
Ekin CA & Co,store. Eau Clairel4 7 75
Jamison WC, " " 13 10 75
Jamison WC, store. Hillianl.. 14 7 75
Kiskaddon EI P, hardware. Eau
Claire , 14 7 75
Kohlmeyer G F, store, DeSale.l4 7 75
Miller A O, drug store, Eau
Claire 14 7 75
Murrin Mrs J Z. Hilliard 14 7 75
Reiihert Mf -tore Jacksville. .14 7 75
Gardner \V F, Jacksville. IS 10 75
W ASIIINi .TON Twp
Anderson DS store. Hillianl..l4 7 75
Allium* Mrs.T. " .14 7 75
Graham J P, " " ..14 7 75
Jack R P. storv. North Hoj»* .. 14 7 75
Thompson 1 N. drng store.
North Hojie 14 7 75
Miffiin «V Mifflin. store. North
Hope 19 13 25
McNamee .1 L Mr>. Hillianl.. .14 775
McKee Co.hardware.Hilliardl3 10 75
Williamson J A. store. North
Hope 14 7 75
WIN FIELD Twi*.
Denny Bros, store, Leasnrevillel4 7 75
Denny & llntzler, store, Denny 14 7 75
Keasey Webster, store. West
Winfield 14 7 75
Kranse A & Sin. store. Denny, 1»» 20 75
Kranse A* Freelinjj. hardware.
Denny 12 13 25
Smith & Logan, store. Carbon
Black 12 13 25
Amy Bros, fnrnitnre. Bntler, 12 13 25
Anderson BC, store. '• 14 7 75
ADenJohnW, " " 13 10 75
Biehl Henry, hardware, " 14 7 75
Halph JF. drag store. " 14 7 75
Bayonette V. store. " 14 7 75
Boyd C N. drni; store. " 12 13 25
Bntler Lubricating Oil Co,
Bntler 14 7 75
Breeman J ' Agt), clothing.
Butler 14 775
Black Ira C & Co, stationary.
Bntler . 14 7 75
Burton T H. clothing. Bntler, 12 13 25
Bickel .Tohn, boots and shoes.
Bntler 8 30 75
Boos Jacob, store. Bntler, 13 10 75
Biehl C, store. " 14 7 75
Bossman AC, shoes. " 14 7 75
Bashline Cash Grocery House,
Bntler 12 13 25
Bianucci C & Co,confectionary,
Bntler 14 7 75
Core Music Co. Bntler 14 7 65
Campbell & Templeton, fnrni
tnre. Bntler 10 20 75
Campbell J H, store, Butler. 14 7 75
Cornelia Frank, " " 14 7 75
Conrtney F W, " " 14 7 75
Cleeland D L, jewelry store,
Bntler 13 10 75
Cypher Geo A & Co, hardware.
Butler 10 20 75
Campbell J G & Wm. hard
ware, Bntler 9 25 75
Colbert Ed. hat store. Bntler. 12 13 25
Colbert Harvey, hat store," 14 7 75
Centre Ave. Pharmacy Drags,
Butler 14 7 75
DeArme W H, store. Bntler, 11 15 75
Davidson & Gilchrist, store,
Butler 13 10 75
Dontliett Graham, clothing,
Bntler 11 15 75
Douglass J H, stationary, Bntler. 13 10 75
Duffy C. dry goods. " 11 15 75
Divel Henry, fish market. " 14 7 75
Ehrner J A, store, " 14 7 75
Fisher W A, " " 13 10 75
Grieb E. jewelry, *' 14 7 75
Graham Bros, store, " 13 10 75
Graham A B, " " 13 10 75
Grieb J R. variety store, " 13 10 75
Heinzer M N, store, " 13 10 75
Hull H. " " 14 7 75
Hock J C. " " 12 13 25
Harper Bros, " " 11 15 75
Hinchberger C, " 14 775
Huselton B C. boots and shoes,
Butler 10 20 75
Heck D A. clothing, 8ut1er,...14 7 75
Hnselton Frank, fish, *' ...14 775
Holman F G, store, Butler 13 10 75
I Cure U Co. Limited " 14 775
Jack JS, store " 14 7 75
Jackson <Sr Mitchell, hardware
Bntler 14 7 75
Johnston, Crystal Pharmacy,
Bntler 14 7 75
Kirkpatrick Robert, Jewelery,
Bntler 14 7 75
Kamerer GD, store. Bntler 14 7 75
Kamerer W A. store, Butler... 13 10 75
Klingler H J & Co , Flour &
Feed. Butler 8 30 75
Kaufman J, store, Bntler 10 20 75
Ketterer George,furniture, But.
ler. 13 10 75
Koch C<& Sons, store, Butler. 10 20 75
Kirkpatrick Wm, store Bntler 13 10 75
Keene F M. Jr. tobacco store,
Butler 14 7 75
Koonce HW. dry goods,Bntler. 14 7 75
Larkin & Co. hardware, " .14 775
Leibler ES, fish " .14 775
McClain M, fnrnitnre,.. " .14 775
McCutcheon Bros, jnnk dealers
Bntler 14 7 75
Morrison T A, confectionery,
Bntler 14 7 75
Metzer WF, shoes, Butler 14 7 75
Miller Henry, store, Butler 12 13 25
Mangold Geo J, store, Bntler..l4 7 75
McCrea W S, & Co flonr feed &
grain, Bubler 10 20 75
Myers A E. store, Bntler 12 13 25
Miller CE, shoes, " .... .12 13 25
Mitchell CM, store, Bntler 14 7 75
Martinconrt & Co, store Bntler. 10 20 75
Miller G Wilson, store, Bntler. 10 20 75
Moore JG, " " 13 10 75
Mcßride I J,.. " " 14 775
NiffKle J & Bros, hardware,
Bntler 13 10 75
National Supply Co, store, But
ler 12 13 25
Nickle WN. notions. Butler. 13 10 75
Newton WR, music store, " 14 7 75
Oil Well Supply Co, hardware,
Bntler 13 10 75
O'Brien W H <& Son, plumbers,
Bntler 14 7 75
Purvis S G& Co,lninber,Butler 10 20 75
Poolos S. confectionery, " 14 7 75
Patterson JN. clothing, " 11 15 75
Patterson Bros, wall paper, " 14 7 75
Phillips OM, store, " 13 10 75
Peoples' Pharmacy, drug store,
Butler 14 7 75
Pape Mrs D T,millinery.Butler 14 7 75
Ruff A 1 & Son, shoes, " 13 10 75
Ralston WE, jewelry, " 14 7 75
Redick & Grohnian. drug store,
Butler 12 13 25
Roessing BE. store, Bntler. 14 775
Rockeustein M C,hardware, " 14 7 75
Reiber A & H, store " 10 20 75
Reiber Alf M & Bro, dry goods,
Bntler 80 75
Reitz E A. store Bntler. 13 10 75
Standard Drugstore " 14 7 75
Schaul & Nast. clothing store,
Bntler 13 10 75
Sutton J P, drugstore. Butler. 14 7 75
Schloss Bros, clothing store,
Bntler 13 10 75
Stein L & Son.dry goods, Bntler 11 15 75
Stock C, hardware ♦' 14 7 75
Troutman A, Sons, dry goods,
Butler 8 30 o>
Vogeley Theodore.agent,Bntler 14 7 o>
Wnller DH. drng store " 13 10 75
Walker JL, store " 14 7 .5
Wright cM- Graham, store " 13 10 7o
Whitehill Geo W, plnmber " 14 7 75
Walter Geo & Sons, flour and
feed, Bntler 13 10 75
Wick E & W S, lumber,Bntler 12 13 25
Wick LC, lumber " 10 20 75
Young Lizzie Mrs, store " 12 13 25
Zimmerman Mrs JE, store " f25 <5
Bolton T H, store, Slippery rook 18 10 75
Bingham TP, hardware " 14 77 »
Bingham John T, implements,
Slipperyrock 14 >
Bard & Son, store,Slipperyrock 11 lj 7o
Coulter TS & Co, store " 14 • <5
Clntton Frank, drug store, Sli
ppery rock 1 ; 1 1"
Kerr J C, store. Slippery rock . 12 13 2)
May berry C H <Sk Co, shoes, " 14 7 75
Spronl & Stoops, store, " 12 13 %>
Über&Sons, furniture " 14 7 75
CONNOgU EN K.SSI NG BORO.
Barnhart R & Sons, store, Con
noijuenessing 13 10 75
Christie J L. drugstore. Conno
qnenessing 14 7 75
Nicklas Coou, store, Conr.oiine
nessing 14 7 75
Pnrviance J T & W A, store,
Connoqnenessing 13 10 <5
EVANS CITY BOROUGH.
Barto David, shoes, Evans City 14 7 75
Burry & Markel, hardware,
Evans City 14 7 75
Barkey Enos, coal and feed,
Evans City ...13 10 75
BoggSit Kline, store. Evans City 12 13 25
Dumbaugh Edward, lumber.
Evans City 13 10 75
Dombart George, store, Evans
City ; 14 J75
Dnnn JW, store, Evans City. .14 7 7.)
Hudson Roliert, store, Evans
City 14 ? 75
Ifft Geo & Son's, store, Evans
City 11 ' ,r ' '®
Ifft Ge<> <& Son's, coal. Evans
City .14 7 75
Nicklas Bros, store. Evans City 12 13 '->
Oil Well Supply Co, hardware.
Evans City 14 7 7.»
Peffer Fred, music store, Evans
City :•••?■} - -r
Ripper JA, store, Evans City. 14 i
Ri K gs AJ, •• ;; 12®
Smathers AJ. " J4 '
Shoup LE, hardware, " 1 J 10
Evans City contd. Claw
Thomas .1 D. drug store, Evans
City 14 7 75
White J M. shoe store. Evans
City 14 7 75
Wagner & Dunbar, hardware.
Evans City 14 775
Young *Sr Hyle, fnrnitnre.
Evans City 18 10 75
Zernan 1), clothing. Evans City 14 7 75*
Hawn W C, store Baldwin 12 13 25
Scott C, •' '• 13 10 75
Bame HW. store. Harmony,l4 775
Dindinirer George, implements.
Harmony 14 7 75
Ehrli -h & Rnssack, clothing.
Harmony 14 7 75
Hul>er J H.drng store,Harnionvl4 7 75
Kirker SD. feed, •' 14 7 75
Milleman & Bros, store. " 11 15 75
Oil Well Snpply Co. hardware.
Harmony 13 10 75
Winters E. hardware, Harmony 14 7 75
Wise H M, lumber " 13 10 75
Zeigler Lonisa. furniture, '• 14 7 75
Swain GD it Co. store. " 11 15 75
Brown RL, furniture, Harris
vllle 14 7 75
Beaty ES. hardware. Harrisville 14 7 75
Black J R & Co. store, " 12 13 25
Cnrry JE. " " 14 7 75
Elrick JM. druir store, " 14 775
Humphrey D W & Co, store,
Harrisville 12 13 25
Morrison W L.store. Harrisville 14 7 75
Snyder Charles, " " 14 775
EARNS CITY BOROUGH.
Dieter Mrs. C.store. KarnsCity 14 7 75
Welsh .lohn " " 14 7 75
Story TR. drug store, " 14 7 75
Mll.l.Kits TO w N BOROUGH.
Campbell W ,T. store. Chicora. 14 7 75
Campbell WW. " " i:! 10 75
DeW olf W L Dr, drug store,
Chicora 14 7 75
Frederick P G <& Co. lumber,
Chicora la 10 75
Fetzer G F Sons, clothing.
Chicora 14 7 75
Frankle S. clothing, Chicora, 14 775
Glass George, store, " 14 7 75
Hays G F. hardware, " . 14 7 75
Hoch Bros, store, '* 13 10 75
Johnston CH, shoe store, " 14 7 75
Litzinger H C, store, *' 13 10 75
McKee JL, drug store, " 14 775
Schewger F, shoe store, " 14 775
Scharbaugh C. jewelery, " 14 7 75
Westerman Bros, store, " 10 20 75
Wagner C A, store. " 14 7 75
Johnston CH, hardware, " 14 7 75
Boyd WD & Son store Mars. ..14 7 75
Brown J M clothing. Mars 13 10 75
Cruni A, store, Mars 14 7 75
Jardin & Co. store. Mars 12 13 25
Kerr T E. store. Mars 13 10 75
Kerr & Sous. Drugstore Mars. 14 7 75
Irvine A C.fnrniture.store Marsl4 7 75
Hooks & Clark, lumber. Mars. .14 7 75
Link & Marshall, flour & feed
Mars 10 20 75
National Supply Co. store. Marsll 15 75
Oil Well Snpply Co,store. Mars 14 7 75
Patterson JI, drug store. Mars 14 7 75
Ziegler All, hardware, Mars 14 7 75
Ziegler AC, shoe store. Mars... 14 775
Tapping & Craig, hardware.
Mars 11 15 75
Brenneman D J, hardware Por
tersyille 14 7 75
Humphrey William & Sons,
Portersville 11 15 75
Hay MR, Drugs. Poitersville.. 11 775
McDonald G B, hardware. Por
tersville 14 7 75
Ramsey DG, store 13 10 75
Bowers A, drug store, Prospect 14 7 75
Critchlow Bros, " " 13 10 75
Graham & Scott, hardware
store, Prospect 14 7 75
Keister OF & Co. store 14 7 75
McClnre JH. drug store 14 7 75
Riddle W R & Co. store 13 10 75
Chesbro EP, store, Petrolia... .12 13 25
DenholmT. store, " ....11 15 75
English R E, hardware, Petrolial3 10 75
Foster WC, drug store, Petro
lia 14 7 75
Hawk J M, store, Petrolia 13 10 75
Smith J D. " " 14 775
Stonghton W R. hardware. Pe
trolia 14 7 75
Yeager S, junk dealer, Petrolia 14 7 75
Bredin & Conway, store, West
Sunbury 11 15 75
Campbell C B. store, West Sun
bury 14 7 75
Hindman H C,drug store. West-
Sunbury 14 7 75
Mechling John, furniture,
West Sunbury 14 7 75
Phoenix Milling Co, feed &
grain, West Snnbury 14 7 75
Steintorf Bros, hardware. West-
Snnbury -13 10 75
Rhodes & Russel. store, West
Snnbnry 14 7 75
Helinbold Theodore Mrs, store,
Saxonbnrg 12 13--25
Hem bold Theodore Mrs, cloth
ing store, Saxonbnrg 14 7 75
Kranse T & Co, store, Saxon
bnrg 12 13 25
MaurhofT G W, store, Saxon
bnrg 14 7 75
Mershon E B, ding store, Sax
onbnrg 14 7 75
Anderson J A & W F, store,
Valencia .13 10 75
Cooper P E. hardware,Valencial4 7 75
McDonald M, store, Valencia. ..14 7 75
Rhodes FA. " " ...14 775
Stonp Bros, hardware, Valen
cia 14 7 75
Blum John, shoe store, Zelie
nople 14 7 75
Bastian G, hard ware, Zelienople 14 7 75
Dindinger John, store, " 11 15 75
Doutt Bros. " " 11 15 7;>
Eicholtz FE, hardware, " 14 7 75
Goehring FS. " " 1-1 775
Householder Geo, store, " 14 7 75
lift John & Co. lumber, " 13 10 75
Kaufman Mary, sho# store,
Zelienople *l4 7 75
Meeder A H & Co, store,
Zelienople 13 10 75
Meeder H E, store. Zeliienople,l2 13 25
Passavant C S.' " " W 7 75
Reed CE, drng store. " 14 7 7(5
Strobecker C J D. store, " 14 7 To
Weisz I M, feed store, " 14 7 <5
Wild Henry, store " 14 775
Winter A. jewelery, '* 14 <7o
Zehner Edwin, furniture. " 13 10 75
Zebner Fred,lmplements, " 12 13 2.)
All who are concerned in this ap
praisement that an appeal will be held at
the Commissioners' office in Bntler, on
Monday, the 17th day of April. A D
1599, between the hours of 10 a. m. and
3 p. m., when and where yon may at
tend if you think proper.
G. W. VARNUM. Appraiser,
March Uth. 1899.
Has all the elements Necessary
for an Ideal Health Resort.
Skillful Medical Service,
Invigorating Mountain Air,
Scenery Unsurpassed in America.
Only three hours' ride east from
Pittsburg, in the Allegheny moun
Open all the y<-ur. under the medical coil
trol of Dr. K. O. Cnissman. graduate of I ni
verslty of Vermont, assisted hy skillful plij
slclans. Alipolntmentsof the most approved
kinds, and tlrst-ciaas In every resp»s?t.
Treatment hy medlrlnes iuid batlis of all
kinds niassiige and **leetrlclty. Hot, and
■•old salt Turk Mi. Roman, sitz. elect ro
tlier'inal electrt>-chemlcal and needle baths.
liuildluK heated with hot water, lighted l>y
elwtriiTty. supplied with pure inounlain
water, surrounded liy <julet. restful nioun
laki scenery. Located on IMttslmr}: division
of II AO. It. R.. which connects It with the
principal pities and their railroad systems;
also with the Pennsylvania railroad at
liyndmau, Johnstown. Connelsville, Itrad
d(H-k. Terms reasonable. Special rates for
ministers, missionaries, teachers, physicians
and their families
lor further information and circulars
TUK «ARKLETOH SANATORIUM CO.,
Markleton, Somerset Co.. Pa.