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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. >9°'-
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MOTE—AII ad ve . !ut« ndln* to make
ebanft lln their s .UI notify us ot
tfeelr intention to <-• f than Mon
Notice m divorce.
Miller's shoes and rubbers
Brown & Co's locals.
Douglass' dinner sets.
Stein's Dry Goods.
C. <fc T's carpet.
Aduilnuuouori and 3*ecntcxs of estate
_■ ID secure their receipt books at the CI it
iEN office, and pernio* ruakU g public bales
tusir note books.
LOCAL AND (iENLiRAL,
—And now the drug stores close at 'J.
—Sarver Station Academy began its
fall term, this week.
—Seven bodies were taken out of the
Port Royal coal mine, last week.
—•'Aland, maker of men's clothes,"
has already issued handsome calendars
—Hundreds of bushels of fine peaches
have lately btea broagnt to iJutler from
—About fifty men from this county
attended the G. A. R encampment at
Cleveland, last week.
—Tearing the new fire whistle at 11
a. m. last Friday caused many people to
get out and look for the fire.
—The Exchange Bank of Parker made
an assignment to the Safe Deposit & Ti
tle Guaranty Co. of Kittanning.
—A rural free-delivery wtll be estab
lished at Harrisviile, Nov. Ist, with Jas.
C. Vand> ke and E. B. Huey as carriers.
—lt is grat fytng, in the midst of all
onr troubles, to learn that there will be
no shortage in the buckwheat crop this
The space between the side walk
and curbing at the Springdale school
bulding has been tilled with concrete,
widening the walk one and a half feet.
fc-jsui -'r & Co., secured the contract.
last week, for the Maizland sarcopha
gus which will weigh several tons, and
be erected in Westminster church yard.
—The President's physicians say that
bis death was caused by gangrene; or in
other words the poisoning of the wound
by the bullet, and for which there is no
—The best melons brought to Butler,
this year, were raised by Robert Robb
of Oakland twp. in gravelly ground on
the top of a hill. The Rocky Fords and
Anne Arnndels were a disappointment,
—A Mercer county farmer stuck a
pitchfork into the ground, prongs up;
climbed a high fence to get some grapes,
fell upon the fork and was found dtad,
with the fork yet sticking in him.
—A number of for citizens attended
the Butler and Clarion fairs last week.
The Butler fair was pronounced excel
lent, and the Clarion fair better than
usual, with the largest attendance seen
there tor several years.—East Brady
—The Grocer's Ass'n of Bntler passed
resolutions on the death of President
McKinlev: and will close their stores at
noon, today The P. O. will close at
10 o'clock; and Union Memorial services
will be held in the First Presbyterian
church at 8 p. tn.
—At this season of the year sugar is
one of the most important articles of do
mestic economy, and, strange to say,the
lralk of the civilized world's supply now
comes from beefs. Beet farming and
•agar making have become tremendous
industries in Colorado and other west
-The new 2-cnt piece, soon to be is
sued by the Treasury Department at
Washington, will have a hole in ite cen-.
tre, on account of being the same size
as the nickel or 5-cent piece. Its hoi ay
ness will likely make it popular
with the kids for stringing purposes,
but is no particular argument in its fa
vor as to the contribution box.
—Sunday afternoon a crowd of about
ten boys who have been collecting about
the Broad St. school building daubing
the doors and windows with mad, steal
ing flowers in the neighborhood and
making general nuisancesof themselves
gathered at the school honse and broke
the knob off one of the doors Janitor
Sam Truxal was hidden in the building
waiting for the boys and jumped ont
and caught one of them. The names of
several the boys were obtained and ar
rests will follow.
—The following graduates and stu
dents of the Butler Bnsiness College
have recently secured positions as fol
lows; H. R. Dodds, book-keeper with a
Pittsburg firm; F C. Dodds. with the
National Tea Co., Pittsburg; H. W.
Dodds. book-keeper for Greenongh &
Bautugardner, contractors, Bellevue,
Ps.; Harley Goodrich, book-keeper for
Star Enameling and Stamping Co., Alle
gbeny; Victor Stehle, stenographer with
a Pittsburg firm; Walter L. Wilson,
book-keeper for Guarantee Title and
Trust Co., Pittsburg; (Charles Feme,
stenograper, B. 11. &P. R. It., Butler;
W. J. Craig, individual ljook-keeper,
Gennonia National Bank, Pittsburg
Winfield Hopkins of Lincoln street
has returned from the Beaumont, Texas
011 field, where he went to work last
June for £1 a day and expenses. Every
thing comes hi/b there and when Win.
became sick with malaria the Dr. charg
ed him £1 a visit The Benumont oil
field covers an area less than a mile
squarejand the rigs stand almost within
touching distance of each other. The
wells are all shut in and allowed to
spout at but infrequent intervals, the
total amount of oil marketed from the
field being but 80000 barrels a day. It
markets at 25 cents a barrel. The big
pressure would aoos disappear if all
were allowed to spout simultaneously.
Five men were killed by gas or drowned
iu oil before one of the late gushers was
brought under control. The gas is
fsulphurous very deadly and unlit for
burning. In lyjusiaua the Standard has
.control of some very valuable lubrica
ting oil territory
Sept. 24th—Tuesday Lawn fete by
the M. E. chnreh of Thorn Creek at the
residence of W. S. Dixon Everybody
invited. Afternoon and evening.
The l>u.y 1011 Fair.
For the Dayton Fair, tho B. It. & P.
will sell excursion tickets at the rate of
41.H0 from Bntler and return; and
Fenettou |1 00.
The Fair begins next Tuesday, the
24tb, and the tickets will be good until
Saturday the 28th.
Dayton is a pretty village iu the
*-astern ed«e of Armstrong Co., a rich
farming section, and their Fairs are al
The cream of the fall patterns in Car
pets to lie found at Brown & Co's Ex
tra Super Ingrains. Tapestries, Axtuip
sters, &c. Our Carpets are right from
the loom -fresh— bright and no 1 letter
make to be bad. Give us a share of
Dr. Jae. Grossman of tho S. S. is ill
George Morgan of Parker twp. was
in town. Monday.
Floyd Bonner left Tuesday to attend
school in Cincinnatti.
Akx Borland and family intend re
moving to Chicago.
E<L Graham expects tn soon be engag
ed in the grocery business again.
Perry Campbell, the West Wayne
St blacksmith is on the sick list.
Sarah J. Thorn of Peachville has been
granted a pension of $8 per month.
S. R. Stonghton of Franklin township
was in Bntler on basinets, Thursday.
S. M. Seaton of Butler has been
granted an increase of pension to
Wm. Hooker and wife of Minneapolis
are the guest of Jus. Clinton and wife.
F. W. Lingerman has moved from
West street to Cross street on Institute
August Stice and daughter of Clinton
township did some shopping in Butler,
Prof Fred. Breed of the South Side
is superintending the public schools of
Chris. Stock and wife, of South Main
street are rejoicing over a new boy who
came last week.
Mrs. Aland and her daughter, Bertha,
visited friends iu Buffalo and saw the
Expo, last week.
Attorney Harry Martin of Booueville,
Mo., is visiting his father John T.
Martin of Sarversville.
Blair Hooks and wife of South street
started Tuesday morning to visit the
Buffalo Expo, and Falls.
Misses Ida and Elizabeth Rockenstein
of Allegheny are the guests of their
aunts on South Main St.
Jesse Heydrick returned from Indian
Territory last Saturday. He speaks
hopefully of that territory.
James F. Brewer and James Watsuii
of Clinton twp , attended to some legal
business in Butler, yesterday.
J. N. Wick of Kansas is visiting his
brothers, Madison atd Harrison, and
other relatives in ihis vicinity.
J. M. Patton of Concord township in
tends removing to New Castle, and will
have a public sale on Wednesday, Oct.
Frank Ambrose, a prominent Arm
strong county farmer, is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. H. E. Laird of Fairview
Phillip Burtner. the old veteran of
Saxonburg, attended court, last week,
and was ou the jnry that convicted
J. M. Galbreath on Monday attended
a meeting of the board of trustees of
Westminster College, of which he is a
D. H. Caldwell has resigned as fore
man of the Bntler EDjjine Works and is
now at the Westinghouse works at East
John Black of Allegheny twp .attend
ed the reunion of the 101 st and 103 d
here, Tuesday. He was at Cleveland,
Miss Stella Pa pes dancing classes will
open October Ist. All pupils should
send in their names next week, to 121
E. Jefferson St.
Conrad Druschel of Lancaster town
ship served 011 the jury last week, and
he and Mrs. I>. did some shopping in
L. R. McFann and wife of McFann
attended the G. A. R. encampment at
Cleveland, last week and then visited
their son in Ohio.
Miss Helen Walker of the Diamond
attended the wedding of her friend,
Miss Torrence, at Indiana. Pa., as
bride's maid, last evening.
Harry O'Donnell returned from the
Pan Am. a few days ago. He was on
the grounds and near the Music Hall
when the President was shot.
W. J. Hartley of Silverville was
among the old soldiers who attended
the reunion Tuesday. Mr. B. was also
at the Cleveland encampment.
Misses Stella and Genevra Mates have
returned from a pleasant visit with
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R.
J. McCandless in Forward twp.
Will Allen and wife returned from
the Pan Am. last week. He says the
assassination of President McKinley,
cast a gloom over the entire city.
Dr. S. M. Bippus is buck at his office,
corner of Washington and Cunningham
streets, after an absence of some weeks.
The Doctor looks improved in health.
Last evening at tho bride's home 011
Noith Main street occurred the wedding
ot Miss Louise, youngest daughter of
late Charles McCaudless, and Mr. Page,
a Westinghouse electrical engineer.
Miss Eva Hartman visited relatives in
Allegheny and Mannintrton, W. Va,
last week, and is now with her brother,
Joseph, Jr., awl his family at Mountain
Lake Park, Md.
Miss Jennie, daughter of J. C. Van
dyke and Findley, son of Herman Rea,
of Marion twp , were married in the
Clerk's office Wednesday afternoon by
Geo Whitehall has returned from a
trip through the East where he
bought a complete line of Heating
Stoves and Gas Supplies. lie has named
bis best heater after the B. R. & P. R. It,
Earl D.. Thompson is home from the
Ada, Ohio, University. During his stay
there Ear) became the University's star
pitcher and graduated from its phar
Mr. A. Johnson of Franklin. Nebras
ka, H. Johnson and Mrs. J. Hanlen of
Irving, Kansas and Mrs. J. E. Cale, of
E. E. Pittsburg are the guests of Mrs.
Judge A. McCandless of Butler twp.
Harry Walker, a Cranberry township
pumper, had his pocket picked ou the
train on the road home from the fair of
a pocketbook containing several dollars
and railroad tickets for himself and
Mies Harriet Smith, daughter of
Nelson C. Smith of Fairview and Mr.
George Krug, Jr., were married at 8 a.
ji., Wednesday, nt the bride's home,
Rev. E S. White of the M. E. church
Esq. Cramer of Buffalo dropped in to
see us, last Friday, on his way home
from Cleveland. He says they all had a
delightful time at the Encampment,
and thinks Cleveland is one of the finest
cities in the country.
W. J. Craig, a recent graduate of the
Butler Business College, has just secur
ed the position of individual bookkeeper
for the Germania National Bank of
Pittsburg. His line penmanship secured
him the position over 44 other appli
Fred. Wilson, an orphan lsiy from
one of the homes in Pittsburg, was
given a home by Wm. Brown of Centre
twp., last Spring He left Mr. Brown's
on Saturday the 7th inst. and has not
yet been heard from. Information re
garding him can be left at this office.
J. I'. Campbell and wifeof Smitblield,
W. V., visited his folks in Bntler last
week. His sister, Mrs. Sutton, came
home on a visit, and is lying sick of
typhoid at her father's, W. H. Camp
bell's home, on North McKean street.
J. P. is now with the South Penn Co.
in W Va.
Mrs. David Cnpps of Ziegler Aue. is
reported quite ill. When the little
daughter of Arthur Dumont was fatal
ly burned a few weeks ago, Mrs. Cnpps,
while running across the street to the
scene of the accident, fell and broke her
hip bone. The injury has not been
Jonas Walker of Allegheny, former
President of the 101 st and 10:td Associa
| tion, made us a pleasant call, Tuesday,
j John A. Iteed, who made the response
I to the address of welcome is a Butler
' county boy. He was I*>rn in Lancaster
' township aud is now a clerk in the Pro
tho notary's office in Pittsburg.
See Kyle's Improved Cotton Dov/u
Mattress the best bed made at Brown
Emma Weisenstein and -Susan Dean
vs Borough of Butler, suiumop!- in tres
pass for *-">00 for damages to the plfs"
store building at West and Water Sta,
Butler. They claim that the borough
closed up the gutter on the west side of
Water street, putting in a 12-inch sewer
which was insufficient to carry off the
water of ordinary rains. The water
overflowed the premises, filling the cel
lar with mud and water and damaging
the walls and store goods.
Fred Hesler vs Wm. Sliali. deft and
Wm. Eicholtz, garnishee, execution at
tachment on goods.
J. Berg A: Co. vs Jas. Convery deft,
and Thomas E Green, garnishee, exe
Friday morning the jury in the case
of Com. i s Abe L. Miller, the negTO ac
cused of the assault on Lizzie Kreitzer,
brought in a verdict of guilty of assault
and battery, leaving off the intent to
rob and rape. The question at once
arose is Detective A Allen entitled to
the reward of -<4OO offered by the Coun
ty Com'rs for the arrest and conviction
of the guilty party. He of course
claims so but the Commissioners say the
more serious charge was specified in
the offer. Millers attorneys have moved
for a new trial.
William Rodgers was acquitted Sat
urday afternoon of the charge against
him of stealing S9OO in gold, certificates
of deposit amounting to S3OOO and other
property from his grauduncle, Archi
bald Black of Donegal twp. The thefts
were committed in the summer of 1000
and last winter Rodgers was convicted
of larceny. He asked for a new trial
and the acquittal resulted.
Mrs. Sophia Gordon, who was placed
in jail for cost at the May term was re
leased under the insolvent law.
Luther Williams, formerly of Oak
land twp., accused of desertion and
non-support by his wife, was sentenced
to pay her £lO per month and being un
able to give security to do so was com
mitted to jail. He has six children who
are being kept by their grandfather in
Oakland twp. Williams served three
years in the Civil war.
Daniel Hart, a supposed deaf and
dumb man who objected so strongly to
being put in the Millerstown lockup
that six men were required to land him.
plead guilty to a&b and was sent to jail
for 30 days.
Joseph Fererro was sentenced to give
bond in |SOO to keep the peace and to
pay one-third of the costs in the a&b
case against him. Hiram Christy, the
prosecutor paying the balance. When
asked if he had anything to say why
sentence should not bo passed. Fererro
said " yes" and proceeded to make the
Court a speech in a mixed jargon of
German, French and broken English.
Wm. Nems of the South Side, who
plead guilt} to a&b on his brother-in
law, R. T. Young, was sentenced to pay
the costs, a fine $35 ard give bond in
S2OO to keep the peace. Young was re
quired to give a similar bond.
Mahal,a Bastion, a blind and aged
lady of Franklin twp., caino into court
•Saturday and naked for a guardian for
the estate of her husband, Shepler
Bastion, who is 7H years of age and
Argument Court will be held Mon
day, .September 23, also on Wednesday,
A Court of Common Pleas for trial of
civil caws will convene Monday, Nov.
Nathan Slater, surveyor, Joshua
Black and J. J. Beatty were appointed
viewers on petition of Venango twp.
citizens for a new bridge over fontli
branch of Scrubgrass creek.
Samuel A Leslie has filed his final ac
count as'adm'r of William Snyder,
dee d., of Middlesex twp.
At trustees sale a house and lot of
Wm. F. Ilensliaw, dee'd., in Prospect,
was sold to A. M. Christie}' for s47'). 13
acres to J. David Albert for $200.50 and
two lots to J. B. Dick for $35.
Andrew Mcßride was appoint**! elec
tion -inspector of Clearfield twp. vice
James 11. Mcßride, dee'd.
On petition of WinfieUl two. citizens
for a new bridge over Rough Ran at
the Frank Denny farm. Benj Hilliard,
C. Alfred Shira and Benj. Hockenbury
were appointed viewers.
Saturday an in junction was granted on
the School Board of Forward twp., re
straining them from holding school in
the school and church building on the
Daniel Martcell farm at Glade Ran.
The will of Sarah Tinker of Marion
twp. has been probated, uo letters.
The Parker twp. school directors are
going to fight the erection of Bruin into
a borongh, and are preparing to file ex
ceptions to the order creating the boro.
They h:td a meeting in Butler, Monday.
At Buffalo, Tuesday, Czolgosz was
arraigned for murder but refused to
plead, or utter a word, and was taken
bu k to jail.
The Glade lian Hcbool equity ct.se
was beard Wednesday and the injunc
tion dismissed. The school will ojieii,
The Diamond Litho. Co. of Minne
apolis have brought unit before Justice
Anderson against the Muddycreek twp.
school directors for slso.the price of six
sets of "education maps" which the
defts. refused to accept after purchase.
The defence is that but three of the si*
members of the board voted to purchase
Justices can get their copies of the
painphet laws for 1901 at the Prothono
P. C. Manny to Margaiet Graham lot
in Butler for $2600.
Elealior Bredin to Thomas A. Camp
bell lot in Huller for S2OO.
James Ferry to James A. McMarlin
lot in Butler for $l5O.
Frank M Sarver to John A. Snee as
signment of 20 acres lease in Concord
Thomas S. Fletcher to James VV.
Shay 104 acres in Washington fors4ooo.
Charles McAnally to Thomas Mack
49 acres in Centre for $1 ISO.
Philip Knapp to David Brode 60 acres
in Winfield for S2IOOO.
Katharine Trontman to Caroline
Aldinger lot in Butler for S2BOO.
Lewis R. Jay to Geo. 15. McDonald
lot in Portersville for SI4OO.
VV. 11. Dight, ex'r. to Geo. W. limes
127 acres in Slipperyroelc for $2292.85.
John N Lovell to Wm. O'Dornel lot
in Mars for SIOO.
11. L. Danliart to Cbas. Meeder lot ifr
Zelienople for $2400.
J. C. Carrier to Geo. A. SchafTner lot
in Butler for SSOOO.
Adam M. Brown to Lucetta T. Brown
29!} acres in Peun and Forward for SIOOO
Sarah B. Doutbett to samt 142 acres
in same for SIOOO.
L. T. Brown to Wm. M. Brown 000
acres in Penn and Forward for SIB,OOO.
Wm. M. Brown to Robert S. Irwin
800 acres in mime for #IB,OOO.
Sarah Wolford, Ex'r to W. W. Lind
sey 214 acres in Slippery rock for S6OOO.
Margaret J Stephenson to Andrew
Schoeppel lot in Evans City for sL'^(Xi.
Frank I). Geer Johnstown
Clara A. Heck Butler
John (1. Minnick Allegheny City
Lucille A. Myers "
Peter Ltaldanf Great Belt
Nathaniel Page, Jr Butler
i Louise McCandlcss "
James C. Mitchell Natrona
Findley M Rea Marion twp
Jennie Vandyke "
Clutrles J. Taggert Whitestown
Maggie Lacher Chester Co
Edgar L. Bowen Glade Hun
Ella L. Cappeau iteibold
George G. H. Krug Butler
At Pittslmrg, Jas. McNally of Mc-
Kees Hocks and Sadie Van Dyke of But
At Kittannitig Jas. It. Chaney of
Pittsburg and Mary Hick«'y of Anau
At Buffalo W. H. Moseley of Dexter
City, Ohio and Miss Mede Addleman of
lieiuiion of lOi and I OH.
Tuesday morning began wet and
cloudy tor the twenty-third re-union of
the old soldiers of the 101 st and 103 d
regiments, but the occasion turned out a
most pleasant one for all connected.
Assembly was sounded by Carl Leighner
from the Court Honse steps at 10:30 a.
m. Four street cars were in waiting to
haul the veterans and their wives around
town and to Alameda Park, where
James M. Galbreath. Esq made a very
able address of welcome, this was re
sponded to by Capt. John A. Reed of
the Prothonotary's office. Pittiburg.
Comrade Frank L. Blair of Allegheny
also made remarks.
At noon the ladies of Bntler had what
one of the old fellows called a "staving
good dinner" ready and they sang the
doxology and commenced operations.
After dinner a lusiness session was
held at which Thomas Cochran of
Apollo was elected president, Henry
Cronj) of Butler and John Duff, vice
presidents. Thomas J. McKee of Alle
gheny and H M Johnston of \\ ilkins
bnrg, secretaries, Samuel M. Evans.
Avalon. treasurer and Caiit C W. May
of Beaver: T. R. Boss, Allegheny, R.
P. Ulack. Magic, and J. D Taggert
the executive committee to whom the
selection of nest years meeting place
Coulter Graham of Trenton, Ark.
came the longest distance to the re
union. During the year a number of
veterans have died, among whom are
Lieut. Prysor. A. J. McCoy, Mr. White
head of Arkansas and Henry E. Wise.
The Court room was crowded for the
camp fire in the evening. Capt. Thos.
Hays called the meeting to order, Rev.
White prayed, addresses were made by
comrades Reed. Greer and Thompson,
recitations by Mis- Webb of Branchton
and Alice H'xlil of Zelienople and the
sinking of Nearer My God to Thee,
closed the evening. There were eitch
t'*en members of the 101 st and thirty
nine of the 103 d at the reunion, fifty
seven in all.
Presbytery at Parker.
The fall meeting of the Butler Pres
bytery, Presbyterian church, was held
at Parker, Tuesday. The pastoral re
lationship as disolved between Rev
John M. Oliver and the Mudclycreek
and Unionville churches. Mr. Rodgers
a student of the Western Theological
Seminary was received as a candidate
for the ministry. Revs. J. M. Kelly,
G R. Edmundson and J. P Barber and
laymen, O. P. Pisor, R O. Lewis and
D. L. Cleeland were elected delegates
and Revs. A. B. Espach. Oliver and
Taylor of Harrisville and laymen David
McCune. John Womer and Jefferson
Critchlow, alternates to the Synod
which meets in Pittsburg in October
A copy of the minute of the death of
Rev. Dr. Coulter was ordered to be in
crossed on parchment and sent to his
family. The next meeting will be held
September 20, Friday, 10 a. m., at
Jno. C. Moore's in Centre twp., stock,
grain, hay, etc.
Sept. 23, 10 a. in., S. R. Stoughtun of
Franklin twp., near Isle, stock-, bay,
etc. J. R. Kearns. auct.
September 25th, Wednesday, 9 a. in.,
at late residence of George Maizland,
dee'd., in Clinton twp., stock of all
kinds, crops, farming implements, etc —
also the two farms, one of 130 acres and
the other of 102J acres, good land and
good title, two of the finest farms in the
Oct. 2nd, 10 a. m., J. M. Patton in
Concord township—stock , implements,
wagons, hay, grain, etc. J. R. Kearcs.
(Jet. '•>, Wednesday, 2 p m., real
estate of Patrick and Jas. A. Mcßride
in Clearfield twp.. on the premises.
A HOT OLD TIME—FRIDAY. SEPT. 20
Laugh and the world laughs with
you, weep and you weep alone, is an
axiom trite as old as earth itself. It is
verified in the fifth edition of "A Hot
Old Time" which will be produced at
the Park Theatre tomorrow evening
Go and you won't be lonely, no tears
except those coursing down the cheek
from excessive risibility. Those popu
lar favorites The Rays will be the at
traction, Johnny and Emma and they
bring with them the famous aggrega
tion of acrobats, the Prosper troupe,
fresh from European triumphs' Every
thing bright, cherry and new, scenery,
calcium and electrical effects, a perfect
cyclone of delight.
THE KINO COMPANY—ALL NEXT
Popular price attractions advance in
estimation of theatre-goers when an or
ganization presents a line of plays that
are recognized successes, and which arc
positive in their artistic qualities. The
King Dramatic Company, headed by
Mr. Wilson R. Todd, appears at the
Park Theatre next week and presents
The Power of the Press, The Cherry
Pickers, A Ward of France, The Cotton
King and Quo Vadis. Ladies 15c tickets
Grand Opera HOUH«', Pittsburg.
One of the principal events of the
entire theatrical season in Pittsburg
will be the immense production an
nounced at the Grand by Manager
Lavis for the week beginning Monday,
Sept. 23rd, when Maude A«lams' version
of Wm. Barries charming play. "The
Little Minister", will be given with all
the scenic embellishments, copied from
the original production as given by Miss
Adams with such phenomenal success.
I will give $25 to the person giving
me information that will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the person who
stole my horse and buggy at Bruin,
(Judge Story farm) on Wednesday,
! Septemljer 4th. Large bay horse, about
1800, old fashioned buggy, no top. Ad
dress GEO. HUMI'HHEYN,
Low rates and quick time via the
Bessemer & Lake Erie R. R. and con
Following are the rates from Butler:
$1.25 Tickets 011 sale Tuesdays and
Saturdays; good for nix days.
ijtfJ.HO Tickets on sale daily; good for 15
$7.75 Tickets on sale daily; good for
Proportionally low rates from other
stations. For time of trains and other
information, inquire of agents, or ad
dress, E. D. Comstock, G. P. A., Pitts
i THE BANKiNG COMMISSIONER
of the State of Pennsylvania lias direct
supervision over our business and regu
larly examines our book and approves of
our securities, consequently you can feel
perfectly safe in depositing your money
with us, and it will bring you 4 per cent
interest. Send for our lw>oklet, all about
banking by mail or in peison -free.
PRUDENTIAL TRI.'ST COMPANY,
6124 l'enn Avenue, Pittsburg Pa.
The very latest designs in Sideboards
at Brown & Co's. Low prices and irood
Rev. Cyrns Cort of Sabillesville, Md.,
will preach in Bethany Reformed
church ou West North street, next Sun
day, September -'-' J. at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m : also at Petersville at 2:30
A student in the Western Theo.
Seminary will preach iD. \ i on Sun
day next in the Buffalo church. 11
o'clock: Westminster church. 3 o'clock:
Saxon Station. 7 :30 o'clock.
At the annual Methodist Episcopal;
conference at Titusville, Rev. A. O. I
Stone was assigned as pastor at Slippery :
Rock: T. D. Douglas to Grove City and j
C. C. Rnniberger to Emlenton and Fi x-'
Rev. D. M. Cleeland of the Boys' In- :
dustrial Home of Pennsylvrn a spoke in j
some of the churches Sunday in the in-'
terest of the Home.
Rev. J. C. Nicholas of Awnmore will .
preach in Grace Lutheran Church, on !
next Sunday, morning and evening. All ;
The first Jewish services ever held in
Butler, were held in the room over
Breman's clothing store last Saturday
morning. Rev. UcCauley of Pittsburg,
j.resided, and about twenty persons
were present, Saturday was the Jewish
New Year—the first day of the year
5662, according to their Calendar.
The li>th at the V M C A.
It has been deemed altogether proper
by those in management of the associa
tion, that at the close of the day. that
the men of Butler should assemble at
the associalion rooms to carry out the
plan of spending the evening in Chris
Everything that will be done at this
;iss.'tnblage will be in accord with the
often expressed sentiment of our depart
ed and much beloved President.
The men are asked to be there by 8
Letter to J. Henry Trout mail.
Dear Sir: The late President of the
C'roton River Bank, atJQrewsters, N. Y.
built the finest house in all that region
in 1884, and painted it with lead and oil
at a cost of S4OO —the house cost $31,000.
In 1887—three years —he repainted it
with Devoe at a cost of $350. In 1897
this paint was ill good condition.
Bead and oil. $4<X), three years. Devoe
s'!so, ten years.
F. W. DEVOE & Co.
P. S.—Patterson Bros, sell our paint
iu your section.
We have received a copy of Boggs &
Buhl's (Allegheny, Pa.) new Autumn
and Winter Fashion Book, which so in
terestingly and emphatically reveals the
progressive nature of their dry goods
business that we feel certain that all of
our readers will be concerned abont
getting the book and consulting it care
fully before the Fall buying.
Not an establishment of its kind any
where sticks closer to the principle of
choice smart style, or more determinedly
follows the plan of small profits and big
Prominent feature of their announce
ment is the extensive variety of Ready
—to —wear fashions for ladies, misses,
girls, and children and Men's and Boy's
Clothing. This specialty of their busi
ness is already widely recognized as
having few, if any, equals for expert
provision of the dressy styles which
dressy folk appreciate.
They also, announce their Dew Special
Holiday Catalogue and Book Catalogue
and advise us they will cheerfully send
you any one or all three of these cata
logues free, post paid, when you write
and ask for them.
Wheat, wholesale price 63 *55
Rye, " j0
Oats, " 40
Corn, " 60
Hay, " 12 00
Eggs, " 15
Butter, " 18-22
Potatoes, " 85
Onions, per bo 65
Ueets, per doz bunches 25
Cabbage, per lb 02
Chickens, dressed 10
Parsnips, per Ira 50
Cucumbers, per doz 15
Tomatoes, per bu 75
Peaches 50 1.00
Apples 50 70
Elderberries, per quart 03
For any case of rheumatism which
cannot be cured with Dr. Drummond's
Lightning Remedies,internal and extern
al, relieves at once, cure guaranteed.
Restores stiff joints, drawn cords, and
hardened muscles. If your druggist
has not got it do not take anything else.
Send description of your case, take the
agency and secure treatment free.
Drnmmond Medicine Co. 84 Nassua St.
GROVE CITY COLLEGE-
Grove City College offers excellent
opportunities to students of Mechanical
anil Civil Engineering. High grade
work in Mechanical Drawing and Me
chanics can be had during every session
of the college year, which begins Sept.
24th. For catalogue and all particulars
address the President, Isaac C. Ketler,
Grove City, Pa.
Pennsylvania Kailroad Iteduced
Kates to SAN Francisco.
On account of the Triennial Conven
tion of the Protestant Episcopal Church
to be held at Han Francisco beginning
October 2, the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will sell round-trip tickets to
San Francisco from all points on its line
at greatly reduced rates.
Tickets will be sold September IS to
25, inclusive, and will be good to return
to leave San Francisco not earlier than
October H, and only on date of execution
by Joint Agent, to whom a fee of fifty
cents must be paid, and passengers
must reach original starting point by
November 15, 1901.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will also run a Personally Conducted
Tour to the Pacific Coast on this occa
sion by special train, starting Septem
l>er 2!1 and returning October 22.
Round-trip rate, $lB5.
For further information annly to
ticket agents, or address Geo. w. Boyd,
Ahsistant General Passenger Agent.
Did you get a iive-cont cake of Bchtner
case at THK CKKAMKKY.
GlitL W ANTED For general house
work. Inquire of Mrs. B C. Huselton,
521) N. Main Ht , Butler, Pa.
There is no food so healthy, nourish
ing, refreshing or as cheap as purified
milk. Two glasses for 5 cents, or six
gallons for a dollar at THK CKKAMKKY.
At retail and wholesale at the Buthr
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Attend the State Normal School at
Slipjx:ry Rock, Butler Co. Kates low.
advantage excellent, Tuition free to
students who intend to become teachers.
Seftd for a catalogue.
ALHKKT E. MAI-THY,
The Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad
Company has placed on sale at all sta
tions, excursion tickets to Buffalo, on
account of the Pan-American Exposi
tion. With the improved passenger
train service now being arranged for,
making connections with three impor
tant Buffalo lines; viz, the Erie R. R.,
fj. S. & M. S. and Nickel Plate, patrons
of the road will he givt-n every opportu
| nity to visit the Exposition at the lowest
Purified milk 4<:td a quart at the
The New Royal Sewing Machine
Iwats all the rest. Simple durable
popular price. #10.75 up. See Brown
| & Co.
The bullet that Chas. Jackson shot in
to himself, last Wednesday night, ran '
around the skin and lodged in hif> back, i
where it was easily found and removed.
Tht: time v. ill probably come when
passenger trains and frciy lit trains will
be run on sa ate lines en all the r<-il
roads As it is nowthp freights are;
compelled to run nearly as fast as the j
passenger trains to make their switches
and keep out of the way and their !
tremendous momentum and force tears |
up everything when a break happens, i
A wheel of a train of new steel car.-,
ladened with ore. ou the P. & \V. vB. & !
O.) broke near Wild wood station last :
Saturday afternoon. and the tremendous '
weight and force of the train moving at
speed tore up the tracks as though !
made uf pipe stems. P :h tracks were |
filled with broken cars and traffic was :
delayed for several hours. Some Butler j
people who started fur Pittsburg at 4
o'clock got there after 10 o'clock, and I
the scene at Wi'dwood and below, wh<-re j
thirteen passenger trains, some of ihtm '
through trains, and some freignts stood j
in line for hours, waiting for a hole to j
be made through the deibris, was nu 1
The P. &W. Co intends rebuilding j
and doubling its road from Butler to j
Allegheny, which work is to include!
lowering the grade and trestle and re- j
building the latter.
The Penn'a Co. is erecting an iron j
bridge over the Buffalo creek and will
dispense with the old wooden, covered
bridge, the last of its kind in the
country, at that point.
A joint meeting of the school boards
of Fraukiin township and Prospect
borough and of the directors of the
Prospect Academy was held last week
at which the proposition of a High
School was discussed. Under some con
struction of the High School law a
township and borough cannot join in j
establishing one. To overcome this the I
Prospectites offer to give their Academy
building to the township if the latter
will use it as a high school, and then to
pay the township for tuition of the
The township has not yet agreed to
this, though there are indications that
When looking for Heating Stoves re
member our line will be the finest in
town. See our B. R. & P. Heating
Republican Clubs Convention.
On account of the death of President
McKinley, the Convention of the Penn
sylvania State League of Republican
Clubs, which was to have been held at
Scranton, Pa., on September 17 and 18.
has been indefinitely postponed. Ar
rangements for reduced rates to Scran
ton via the Pennsylvania Railroad on
this account are therefore canceled.
Is quickly relieved and promptly
cured by Dr. Drummopd's Lightning
Remedies. The internal remedy is
pleasant to take,acts immediately, does
not disturb digestion, and is for rheu
matism only in all its torturing forms.
The external preparation restores stiff
joints, drawn cords and hardened
muscles. If your druggist has not
these remedies in Rtock, do not take
anything else. Send $5 to the Drum
mond Medicine Co., New York, and
the full treatment of two large bottles
will be sent to your express address.
DAIRY FOR SALE.
George S. Knox, proprietor of the
Oakland Dairy, at 126 Oakland Ave.,
Pittsburg, near Scbenley Park, will sell
a half interest or the whole. Inquire
of him and mention this paper.
GROVE CITY COLLEGE
Grove City College offers special in
ducements to young men and women of
limited means. The Fall Session begins
September 24. For Catalogue and in
formation address the President, Isaac
C. Ketler. Grove City, Pa.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
I will sell my farm of twenty acres,
located in Franklin township, near Alt.
Chestnut, good laud,with new and good
buildings, fruit of all kinds, spring
water at door, new silo, etc., or I will
trade it for town property.
Mt. Chestnut, Pa.
Real Estate Broker.
Parties wishing to purchase or sell
oil properties, farms, city residences or
real estate of any kind, should call upon
WM. Walker,in Ketterer's b'd'g,opposite
P, O. Butler Pa. Peoples Phone No. 519.
To Whom it May Concern
Walter's Best Flour is the "best".
Makes the finest bread we ever had. |
Signed, MRS. JOHN GKA V.
Bed Room Suits in late designs now
arriving at Brown & Co's. Save money
by buying here.
For a dish of pure Ice Cream stop at
the Creamery. Ladies' Parlor tip-stairs
New Couches now arriving at Brown
& Co's. See our hand-made guaran
teed Conch for only
Try Johnston's Beef, Iron and Wine,
for your spring tonic.
FOR SALE Two second-Land top
bnggies. two sets of buggy harness and
butcher shop fixtures and chopping
machine. Inquire at 121 North St.
Anything you want in Furniture or
Carpets at Brown & Co's. Best quali
ty—lowest prices. Give us a call.
Order your milk and cream from the
Creamery wagon, as it passes your door,
or call up People's Phone BU9, and the
wagon will stop at your house.
Ingrain Carpet! at 50c, 00c and 05c
per yard. See Brown & Co.
If you want a drink of fresh butter
milk stop at the Creamery. All you can
drink for 5 cents.
Music scholars wanted at 128 West
New Axminster Carpets $1.20 per
yard at Brown & (Vs.
WANTED At the Butler Business
College, a large number of bright, in
dustrious young men and women to
learn shortnand, typewriting and book
keeping. Positipns are waiting. New
ad. on this page.
Those two new openstack patterns in
English Porcelain are jjoing fast.
They aie almost as delicate and thin as
The one pattern in Delpt Blue with
beaded edge has attracted uuusal atten
tion and has been a big seller.
The other is decorated with pink rose
in small design and with gold strip.
Come and see them and you will wanf
Have you see the latest Indian novel
ties in heads, plates, cups and tobacco
New goods arriving every week at
Eagle B'l'd. Near P. O.
241 South Main street
lOlrtl n bread-winning- edura- ■
tl»n, fitting young 111 rn for actual H
(1 utle* of life. For circulars, ad- B
dress P. DUFF & HONS. J
I Hundred-year ji
\ JELLIES. I
1 Neither time, moisture nor r
V mould can affect jellies that are C
t I sealed with paraffine wax. Fill /
C ' your glasses or jars, pour a film / ,
J ' of paraffine over the surface, V
\ I and the jelly will keep foi a % !
} century if you want it to. |V
V i Paraffine is white, tasteless I f
% 1 and odorless, and is proof ' \
C aga-nst nioistuie, acids, insects \
J and germs It preventsevapora- [ Q
tion, granulation or change of ! f
f any kind. A pound of paraffine . V
X s;oes a long way and can be £
f used over and over again year I [
V after year. Just as good for /
J covering preserves, fruit butters j
and jams. \
\ Paraffine j
f Wax, |
» | especially refined for sealing /
/ | purpose?. \
$ C. N. BOYD,'
/ Pharmacist. ! \
NOTICE IN DSVORCE,
Rath Grace Christy 1 In the Court of Com-
Imon I'leas of Butler
county. Pa.. A. D. No.
27, May Term. 1001.
Victor E. Christy. J Book 22, Page 149.
To Victor E. Christy:
Two Subpoenas in above case having been
returned N. E. 1., you the said Victor E'.
Christy, above named defendant, are heraby
required to appear in said court of Common
Pleas, to be held at Butler, Pa., on Monday,
the 2nd day of December. 1901. being the first
day of next term of said Court to answer the
said complaint, and show cause, if any you
have, why an absolute divorce from the
bonds of matrimony should not be granted
to said Ruth Grace Christy
You are also hereby notified that testi
mony will be taken in the above oase liefore
said court, on December ard, 1801, at which
time and place you are notified to attend.
THOMAS B. BOON, sheriff.
PU BUC"NOTICE! _
My wife, Emma Stonghton, having
left my home and separated herself
from me without cause, taking with
her two of my minor children: this is
to give notice that I will not support or
in any way become liable for the main
tenance of iny said wife and children
elsewhere than at my own home, and
all persons furnishing anything to her
or to them will do so at their own risk.
SOLOMON R. STOUGHTON.
TRUSTEE S SALE.
In the matter of Mcßrido Brothers, to-wit:
James A. Mcßride and Patrick Mcßrlde,
In the District Court of the United States
for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
No 1404 in Bankruptcy.
By virtue of an order and decree made In
above stated case, on Sept. 6th, 1901, by J. W.
Hutchison, Es<|., Referee In Bankruptcy, the
undersigned, duly appointed trustee, will
offer for sale the following described real
estate of said bankrupts, to-wit: On
Wednesday, October 9th, 1901,
At 2 o'clock p. m., on the premises, all that
certain tract of' land, situate In Clearileld
township, Butler county, l'a Ijounded north
by lot of St. John's church and a public road;
east by lands of Michael Kramer and Me-
Mahan heirs; south by lands of McCague and
McCUalterty heirs; west by McClatTerty heirs
and lot of ft. John's church; containing
sixty-live acres, l>e (he same more or less;
with a two-story frame dwelling house,
frame barn and other outbuildings thereon
ALSO—At 3 o'clock p. m., of said day, on
the premises, all that certain tract of land,
situate In said township of Clearfield,bound
ed north by lands of McC'lalTerty heirs; east
by lands of John McCague; south by lands of
Patrick Logue and west by the same; con
taining fifty acres, lie the same more or less;
mostly cleared and under fenco. Each of
said bankrupts Is the owner of an undivided
!4 Interest In said tracts of land.
Also on Friday, October 11, 1901,
at 1 o'clock a. m., on the premises, all that
certain lot of land, belonging to James A.
Mcßrldc, one of said bankrupts, situated In
the Borough of Oakdale, County of Alle
gheny, State of I'ennsylvanla,liounded north
by lot of J. Y. Schlvers los feet, more or loss;
on the east by same, 72 feet moro or less; on
Ihe south by Centre street, MJ feet, more or
less; and west BV Myrtle Avenne 125 feet,
moro or less; with a two-story frame dwel
ling house and outbuildings thereon erected.
All of said real estate will be sold free and
discharged of liens.
TERMS OK HALE—Ten per cent, of bid
when property Is sold. Balance on confir
mation or sale by the Court.
K. P. McBBIDE,
J. M. OAI.NRIEATN, Colysvlllo, I*a.
Att'v for Trustee.
Notice of Application for Charter
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, )
COUNTY OK BUTLER. F
Notice is hereby given that an appli
cation will be made to the Honorable
John M. Greer, President Judge of said
Court, on the (ith day of November
next, at 10 o'clock a in., under the In
corporation Act o? 1H74 and the Supple
ments thereto by J. M. Scott, Robert
Krause, F. W. Witte, John Rivers, Sr.,
E. P. Harper and others for the Churter
of an intended corporation to be called
the Saxon Station Academy, the char
acter and object of which is to maintain
an institution of learning for higher ed
ucation than that acquired in the Com
mon Schools and for this purpose to
have, possess and enjoy all the rights,
benefits and privileges conferred by the
said Act and its Supplements.
W. D. BUANDON,
In re estate of John Day, dee'd., late
of Clay twp., Butler Co., Pa.
Letters testamentary having been
granted to the undersigned 011 above
estate all persons having claims will pre
sent them duly proved for payment and
all persons indebted to said estate will
make immediate payment to
PKTKR R. DAY, Executor,
West Sunbury, Pa.
W. C. FINDI.KY, Att'y.
ESTATK OI ; MARY J. ROYI.R, DKCKASKD.
Notice is hereby givcu that letters of
administration in the estate of Mrs. Mary
j. Royle, deceased, late of the Borough
of Butler, Butler county, Pa., have been
granted to Samuel M. Seaton, resident
of said borough, to whom all jiersous in
debted to said estate are requested to
make payment, and those having claims
or demands against said estate are re
quested to make known the same with
SAMUKI. M. SKA TON, Adm'r.,
BI.ACK & STKWAKT, Att'ys.
Letters of administration on the estate
of William I). Renick, dee'rt., late of
Slippcryrock twp.,Butler Co., Pa., having
been granted to the undersigned, all
]>ersons knowing themselves indebted to
said estate will please make immediate
payment, and any having claims against
said estate will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement to
Mus. CAKOI.INK RKWICK, Adm'x.,
Kcistcr I'. 0., Butler Co., Pa.
J. M. GAI.HRKATII, Att'y.
Letters testamentary on the estate of
David Park, dee'd., late of Middlesex
township, Butler Co., Pa., having Iwen
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing thcmselve'i indebted to said
estate will please rjake immediate pay
tnent and any having claims against said
estate will present them duly authenti
MRS. MARY A. PARK, HX'X,
11. 11, N'KOI.KY, Att'y.
SCHAUL & NAST.
Fall Suits, A Surpassing
The Fall Lines of the "Schaul & Nast Perfect Clothing" arfi
ready for your inspection. These up to-date Suits—teem with a
character and goodness which ire rarely found in ready-to-wear
The designs are correct —every new fad is presented in original
effect. Note especially the new shaped collars, the smart sack styles
and latest cut of trousers
"Schaul Sc Nast's" Suits are sold on their merits, and at prices
which are positively competition proof.
They are made to wear well, please the eye and satisfy the
For Fall and Winter, 1901-2, this line stands as in previous
seasons, at the top notch of teady-to-wear clorhing.
Schaul & Nast,
LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
137 South Main St., Butler.
OUR REMODELING SALE
Will soon be at an end. Don't wait longer for this is a great
opportunity, and this sale is a matter of Dollars and Cents to
you. Your gain and our loss. The deep cut price on these
suits make them go. That is what we want —to sell every
suit. Cost of these suits not considered in this sale
All we want you to do is to call and examine these suits. You
will be convinced of the bargains you get. Note following prices:
Actual selling price sl3 to sl6 deep cut price $lO
" " " 12 " 15 " " " 9
« « « gt, l 2 « M <> 5
« .< « g• < jQ 4. «• .< y
« « <■ 6 " 8 " " " 4
BOY S LONG PANTS SUITS.
Actual selling price sl3 to sl6 deep cut price $9
<• « " 12 " 15 " " " 8
« M II gI. | 2 " " " J
« « <1 g « IO « « « g
« « u 6 <« g •« « »• 4
I < it 41 jii g (I « H J
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S KNEE PANT SUITS.
Actual selling price $5.00 to $6 deep cut price $3.00
<• i> a 4.00 " 5 " " " 2.50
" " " 3.00 " 4 " " " 2.00
« « « 2.50 " 3 " " " 1.50
" " " 1.50 " 2 " " " 1.00
All Straw Hats go at Half price.
All Brown Stiff Hats go at Half price.
One Lot Underwear was SI.OO a suit now 50c a suit.
Men's Vests (wash goods) worth from SI.OO to $2.50 now 50c.
Men's Crash Suits—plain linen and fancy stripes—half price.
All Bicycle Pants go at half price.
Miscellaneous Bargains throughout the store.
Enough said—you know the store.
DOUTH6TT & GRAHAfIi.
Cor. Main and Cunningham Sts., Butler, Pa.
Hold Your Dollars
UNTIL YOU SEE
CKT Mil I CD'Q PRICES IN FALL AMD
. EL* IVIILLIIn O * WINTER FOOT WEAR.
We Are Overloaded
on Boots, Shoes and Rubbers and in order to reduce our stock quickly we have
simply knocked the bottom right out of prices.
QUALITY WAY UP PRICES WAY DOWN
Boys' and Girls' good school shoes, well known C M Hapgood make, 11 to 2 75c
Boys' fine shoes 75® 1 00
Boy's everyday shoes, tap sole 75 c an " *9°
Laiiies' fine shoes
Ladies' everyday shoes
Men's fine shoes
Men's everyday shoes, tap sole
A Lot of Men's and Boys' good solid
Kip Boots at a Sacrifice.
These are extra good quality and just the thing for fall and winter wear. We
are goiag to close out our entire lot—it will pay you to see these goods; they are the
regular $2 50 and $3 00 boots, but in order to close them out quickly, we have re
duced them as follows: _
Men's sizes, 6 to 5°
Boys' sizes, 3 to 5 1 00
Youths' sizes, 11 to 2 75®
and FELT GOODS.
I)o not fail to see this immense stock of Rubber and Felt Boots. Being tempted
by the very liberal offer of one of the largest and best manufacture™ of rubber and
felt boots in the country—Geo Watkinson & Co. makers of the celebrated THIS ILK
brand, the kind with ROUOH TIP ON TOE-to take the entire lot of an over-stock,
which was crowding them for room, we have bought about three times the amount
of rubber and felt goods we usually do for one season, so in order to turn them into
money quickly, we are going to sell rubber ami felt boots cheaper than any
can buy them wholesale. Call and see them as you cannot afford to miss tne
chance to get the best rubber and felt boots made for less than you would pay else
where for the ordinary cheap rubbers and felts.
Always a Large Variety and latest Styles in
Walkover and W L Douglass fine shoes for men, Krippendorf, Dittmann & Co. and
G W Merrick fine shoes for women and a full line of Boys' and Youths' and Misses'
and Children's fine shoes in all the new and pretty styles. See our bargain
always full of attractive bargain?. Repairing done on short notice. For good
reliable footwear try
C. E. Miller
when In FlttaburK arc lnvl toil to
make their hendiiuarterH at our store, Irivn
your pwlioxM there, eall for them Ittcr.
Ask ns fur anv Information you would like
lo have. Kvcry courtesy will be shown
you wlit ■ I her you buy of us or not.
In our in?w quarters wo will continue to
handle the Hamu brands of Whiskeys,
brandies, etc., as we did In our old store.
Some of the brands arv:
mt'll, *T. TKIIKON,
«JI (knMii:i«tii i)iM.m<iKu,
we offer them to you unadulterated 0 year
old at 11.00 |H;r full <|Uart, Bquarts, *VOO.
>. U* MIIKAI llMl'fl CIIOICK,
Whiskey guarantad a year* old. (2.1)0 per *al.
W.- pay express chances on all mall order*
of (5.00 or over. Uood* shipped promptly.
ROBERT LUWIN & CO.
Wholesale Dealrei In Wlnct and Liquor*,
NOW 14 SMITHFIELD ST..
Formerly 411 Water Street,
Loiik DUtance Telephone Court 2179.
The people to know that the Findley
Studio ia making a specialty of oopying
anil enlarging. Crayons and water colon
for the Holliday trade will receive
prompt attention. Don't give your
picturea to agents and take chances of
loosing them; have it done at home and
if it ianotr ight we are here to make it
right. I.atest deaignsof frames in stock.
See our Cabinet Photoa before ordering
Branches—Mars and Evans City.
A. L. FINDLEY,
P. O. H'd'g' Butler.
VEB ..DENTAL ROOMS." |
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