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WILLIAM O. NEGLEY - • PublUher
~ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, IQOI. \
SI .GO per year in Advance, Otherwise $1.50. t
In some counties of the State but one s
in three of the registered voters attend- \ g
the late election, which causes an ex- j
change to remark that— v
"This circumstance, of itself, en
courages the party managers to gb ahead |
with their deals, with some measure of j
confidence that any program on which f
they agree as to the distribution of the '
offices will meet with no obstacle later.
Thus the Governorship next year, and
the succession even to Penrose and 1
Quay, are announced as practically set-
tied for slated candidates. It is only (
a question apparently of agreement
among a few individuals to take what <
they want, or," if they don't see it, to ask
But all this, while very pretty, upon ,
paper, does not take several vital factors
into account. The principal omission <
is in not recognizing that actually the
people who stayed away from the polls
a couple of weeks ago still have the
power, whenever they choose to attend,
to do the electing.
Senator Piatt of New York fares no
better under this Administration than
he did under the last. The President
last Saturday disregarded his wishes by
selecting State Senator Nevada N.
Stranahan cf Oswego county, an up-
State politician and not a Piatt man. to
be Collector of the Port of New York.
Piatt made herculean efforts to save his
personal and political friend, Collector
Bidwell, from being turned out of of
Congress meets next Monday a week,
Dec. 2nd, and many Senators and Rep
resentatives have already called on the
President to talk with him about his
message and interchange opinion as to
what the immediate programme of leg
islation should be. The first day s ses
sion will be devoted to the reception of
the President's message, and as soon as
that is disposed of the President will
send in the Nicaragua Canal treaty.
The committee reorganization will be
perfected as quickly as possible, and
the Senate will then begin to hold daily
legislative sessions and continue to do
so until the treaty is disposed of. It is
the general opinion of Senators who
have already come to Washington and
who have been consulted by the Presi
dent and the Secretary of State that the
treaty will be ratified. Some of them
are so hopeful as to believe that this
will be accomplished before the ad
journment for the Christmas holidays.
The pending reciprocity treaties with
France and other countries will not be
ratified, except possibly those with Nica
ragua and Ecuador, which are of no
special importance. Some have died
by -limitation of time and the others
will bg allowed to die of their own
The report of the Secretary of the
Treasury will be sent to Congress the
day following that on which tne Presi
dent's message is submitted. At about
the same time the Prestdent will send
in the report of the Nicaragua Canal
Commission, which will recommend the
adoption of the Nicaragua route for the
proposed canal. Should the treaty be
ratified, the construction of the canal
will be proposed in both Houses.
Speaker Henderson is in Washington
arranging for vacancies in the House
Commtttees; the caucus for the nomi
nation of House officers will be held on
Saturdiy night and all the old ones
from Speaker to Doorkeeper are ex
pected to be re-nominated.
On Monday, the English Minister
signed the treaty, whereby Great Brit
ian renounced any right on her part in
the construction of the isthmian canal,
but it was expected that the railroad in
terests would fight the bill in Congress.
The cane and beet sugar growers of
the United States and Hawaii are fight
ing the proposition to admit cane sugar
free from Cuba.
THE financial loss by the Pan-Amer
ican Exposition will be in the neighbor
hood of $3,000,000. The statement to be
issued by the exposition setting forth
the expenditures and receipts will be
made public some time this month. Tlie
loss will fall upon the holders of the
common, the holders of the second
mortgage bonds, and the contractors
who erected the buildings. Two hun
dred and ten thousand shares of com
mon. stock were sold at $lO a share. The
stock was subscribed for by the citizens
of Buffalo and the Niagara frontier in
small lots of from one share to one hun
dred, so that this loss of $2,100,000 will
not be seriously felt. The first mort
gage bonds amounting to $2,500,000 will
be paid in foil. An issue of $500,000
second mortgage bonds is unprovided
for, but the revenue from salvage on the
buildings and from other sources will
probably cover a part of this indebted
ness. The balance due to contractors is j
not definitely known, but it is said that
it represents their profits for the work
done and no one will be seriously em
barassed by the loss.
WE send missionaries into China to
persuade the eyil Boxers into ways of ■
righteousness and at the same time we ;
hang negroes to the nearest telegraph j
pole. We send missionaries into Mexico |
to teach the ignorant "greaser" the evils j
of bull fighting, and at the same time j
we allow two men to pound each other
into jelly and call it "sport." We send !
missionaries to the Philippines to teach ;
our dusky brothers the evils of their j
ways, and at the same time ship there j
enough bad whisky to demoralize what'
little good character they do have. It
all depends on where you are and what
you think is right.
A WELL-KNOWN author, H. G. Well j ,
has put forth the doctrine that no man
can be a literary artist unless he suffers
from Indigestion. He maintains that
sound digestion readers a man comfort
able, hence commonplace. The inspira
tion which has given rise to souie liter
ary productions lias never been dis
covered, but it seems Mr,, Wells has
made an important discovery. From
bis standpoint there is a vital connect
ion between the development of the
modern cooking school and the present
over-production of literary work. If
America continues to eat pie she will
become the literary center of the world
Fwr women of Evansville, Indiana,
have, during the past few months, nut
a "mysterious man" and takeu a drive
after dark with him, and everyone of
them was first drugged and then stran
gled, and her body left lying alonjr the
TWO hundred lives were lost and fifty
vessels wrecked in late storms on the
English coast. At Yarmouth a lifeboat
crew was drowned and forty-four
chudrou were orphan Td.
Kail road Notes.
The board of directors of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company has authorized
the construction of 4,000 additional
freight cars. A total of 19.000 cars are
to be delivered to the company during
the next year. This is the largest order
ever given by any railroad, and it in
: volves nearly $19,000,000. Owing to the
great demand for freight cars, the Penn
sylvania Railroad Company will enlarge
the carbuilding plant of the Cambria
Steel Company, which it controls. By
January 1 the car plant at Johnstown
will be able to turn out 20 cars a day.
The Pennsylvania has ordered from
British Guiana a large consignment of
mora-wood ties The tie has been tried
in a small way on the New York division
for several vears. The experiment has
been so satisfactory that complete te-ts
will now be made. When the bark is
peeled off the wood becomes almost as
hard as stone, it is said, and will last
almost indefinitely. The cost of the
first lot was about *2.50 each, but the
ones just ordered will cost only $1 50
eacb - ,
The great railroad ' deal lately ac
complished by J. P. Morgan and others,
included the organization of a company
with four hundred millions of capital,
which will control the "Great North
ern" railroad from Chicago to Seattle;
the "Northern Pacific" from Chicago
and Dulnth t<> Oregon; the "Union Pa
cific" from Chicago to San Francisco;
the "Southern Pacific" from New Or
leans to Los -Vngeles. and branches and
connecting roads, making altogether
about thirty thousand miles of railroad,
and thus bring about "harmony" in
A Remarkable Pension Case.
No affair for years has created such a
sensation, especially in G. A. R. and
Woman's Relief Corps circles, through
out the northwest, as the case brought
in the United States court. Sioux Falls,
S D., against Mrs. Sarah J. Flynn, a
prominent and highly respected pioneer
resident of Lake Preston. For over 20
years she has lived at ilia l * place, and
has always taken an active interest in
Grand Army and Woman's Relief Corps
matters „ . , ,
Mrs. Flynn pleaded guilty in the fed
eral court to an indictment charging
her with making a fraudulent applica
tion for a pension, alleging that she WHS
the widow of Silas J. Flynn, who served
during the war of the rebellion in the
Seventieth Independent New \ ork
The arrest of Mrs Flynn revealed the
life secret of herself and the veteran
whose widow she claimed to be. More
than 20 years ago the couple eloped from
the east, she leaving a husband and he
a wife, from whom neither ever obtain
ed a divorce.
The Children's Aid Society.
When in 1883 the legislature of that
year made unlawful the detention in
almshouses of pauper children between
the ages of two and sixteen, for a longer
period than 60 days, and required them
to be placed in private families or in
Children's Industrial Homes, a new re
sponsibility devolved ou the guardiaus
of the poor for which they were not pre
pared. The mothers of Pennsylvania at
once rallied to meet the 'situation and
offered to assist in finding the children
The Children's Aid Society therefore
issues this appeal, asking women whose
opportunities allow and whose hearts
the Lord has opened to hear the cry of
the little ones, and to consider the
future good of society, may offer their
services in finding homes, visiting thein,
reporting destitute children and solicit
funds; also, that the benevolent among
the class that handle the purse may un
derstand when asked to contribute that
the object is worthy.
While there are many Children s
Homes looking nobly to the interests of
different classes, all, more or less, are
open to the objection that prompted the
Pennsylvania law—that of charity re
lief. The Children's Aid Society aims
by putting children in families to make
them at once a part of the general pub
lic. Onr school at Indiana is only for
temporary training where necessary and
a call for its support is now pending
We would therefore plead that in the
coming Thanksgiving offering for the
poor in the different churches through
out the couuty a portion should be
designated for the use of the Children's
Aid Society, or that independent con
tributions should be made and sent to
any of the undersigned; President,
Mrs. John S. McKee, 322 E;ist Pearl
street, Butler; secretary, Mrs. C. A.
Abrams. 232 East Fulton street: treas
urer, Miss Belle Purvis. 231 North Mc-
Harmony and Zelienople.
Miles P. Zieirler returned to Pittsburg
Monday morning after a two weeks
visit with friends at Harmony.
Last Saturday Dr. S- E. Raliston, of
Zelienople, assisted by Dr. J. A. Os
borne. of Harmonv, performed an oper
ation on T H Wheeler, of Harmony.
They amputated all the toes on his left
foot which gave him such serious
trouble for two months. It is hoped
that this will eventually free him from
Alexander Miller is home after spend
ing two months in Washington county
chopping stave wood. He is stopping
with his wife at Harmony.
William Steele, of Zelienople. travel
ing salesman for the Kavenauuli ma
chine shop, was home over Sunday.
Russell Barnbart, of Pittsburg, was
the guest of his parents at Harmony 0.1
The reception held by the members of
the M. E. church 011 Thursday evening.
November 14, iu the church in honor of
their new pastor, Rev. J. W. Garland,
aud family, was a pleasant affair. The
day and evening was very stormy, yet
125 persons were present. Different de
nominations were represented Rev. E.
S Littell. of the U. P. chnrc.h, delivered
the address of welcome, to which Rev.
Garland gave a response. Rev. J. S.
Blaney. of Glenfield. and Mr. Jolin C.
Dight, of Zelienople, made short ad
dresses. E. W. Kidd, of Harmony, of
fered prayer, and songs concluded the
program A dainty lunch was served
afterward by the ladies of the church
Reception was enjoyed by all present.
Sunday morning Rev. J. W. Gailand
preached a very impressive sermon in
the M. E. church on "Losing JesuV' to
a large congregation. At the close of
the service he announced a surprise iu
that before the benediction would be
pronounced he would unite in the holy
bonds of matrimony a young couple
who were present. The happy couple
were Miss Sadie Payne, a lovely girl
from McKeesport, aud William Gar
land, a fine young man, son of Rev. Gar
land. After the ceremony and benedic
tion the bride and groom received con
gratulations from nearly all present
The groom wll enter college soon and
study for the ministry.
A Tribute to McKinley.
Our President dead, oh! can it be.
His smiling f:>ce no more well see;
Nor hear his welcome voice again.
Oh, how this parting gives up puin
His useful life thus ended,
By a traitor'svovered hand;
Why it is so we yet may know.
Sometime, yes, sometime understand.
The Father do9tli all things well;
We'll trust him for his grace.
As 'round Irs silent form we stand,
And view our dead chief's face.
'Tis saddest for his loving wife,
Yet while she sorrows here.
We pray the Comforter may come
And wipe away each tear.
That when her trials here are o'er
And she reaches the summer land.
May she hesr her husband's loving
And clasp his beckoning hand.
' It is God's will," he calmly said,
When the struggle was nearly o'er;
And "Nearer My God to Thee,"
When in sight of the other shore.
"Goodbye, to all," were his dying
As he lett this world of mourning;
"Yet parting is only for the night.
Meeting will c >nie with the morning."
Life here is short, let us try to do
That our days may be happy, contented
When the time conies, as sometime it
( We'll me.-)t him above in the home of
the just. HELEN WILEY.
THE MARKET—Both agencies are
paying sl-30. this morning.
Parker twp—The Butler Producing
Co. have at last finished their Speechley
well on the Oliver Reep farm, after
several months fishing and are said to
have a small well
Callery—The Fort Pitt Gas Co s No. 5
ou the Chalfant farm shows a rock
pressure of 750 pounds.
The Forest's No lion the Garvin is
Concord —Barnsdall worked his well
on the Brown for a "mystery last
week, and had them all guessing, but it
is generally reported that they have a
small welf and a number of locations
have been made near it.
Hilliard —Starr & McAnally have a
good gasser in the third sand on the
Duffy or old Hannah farm, and are
drilling to the Speechley.
Butler—Wm Pringle finished a small
tliird-sand well on his own place east of
McCalmont laet night.
The promised field west of town,
which the Riel>er well on the Pillow,
seemed to indicate—has proved a disap
pointing and dismal fizzle. Dry holes
on the Marshall and Koliler south, the
Krng northeast and the Stamm brick
vard east, tell the tale.
The Hamilton Gass Co struck a good
gasser on the Lewis Herald farm north
west of town, last week
Rus«ia—An oil well on ground rented
from the crown for five kopees per pood
by the Baku Naphtha company has
started gushing at the rate of 1.000,000
poods daily. Work has been stopped,
owing to a fear of a conflagration A
pood is equal to 36 pounds.
ANOTHER great deposit of red ore,
similar to that of Mesaba range, has
been discovered in Minnesota.
Arthur Wauiniock is assisting R. C,
Scott in his store.
John Hawk is still confined to his
bed, owing to a stroke of paralysis he
received two weeks ago, but he is im
There is undoubtedly a very busy
time out in the Speechley oil district,
about two and a half miles west of this
place. They are not able to procure
enough coal from all the neighboring
banks and ship car loads of it toPetrolia
and convey it from there with teams.
Mrs J. J- Maxwell and daughter,
Jane, are visiting their relatives in
Allegheny twp., and in Venango Co.
The boys are improving their tiuie
hunting aiid are bringing in the game.
Rev. J. A. C. McQuistion will preach
a temperance sermon on next Sunday
in the U. P. church of this place.
A CAT lately intercepted the current
of the Niagara Falls Power Co. for two
hours. Pussy was burned to a crisp.
Adam Crawford, for many years a
resident of Troutman and a puinper by
occupation, was found dead in bis boiler
hou = e on Tuesday morning. He had
been afflicted with muscular rheuma
tism for a number of years.
The inclement weather and heavy
teaming has made some of our roads
The South Penn and other oil com
panies are pushing the work on new lo
cations, a mile or more south of the
Houses are in great demand and about
all the vacant ones will soon be occupied
J. H. Geyer, of Troutman, died sud
denly last Saturday in Rochestsr. where
he had gone to visit a sister. Mr. Geyer
fell from a derrick about two years ago
and received injuries from which he
never fully recovered. The immediate
cause of his death was cancer of the
stomach. Mr. Geyer came to this town
ship more than 25 years ago. He was a
man of upright moral character and
was highly respected by all who knew
James Tiuiblin. who has resided for
some years In this township, died sud
denly on last Friday evening at the
home of Thomas Banks in Fairview
township He is survived by his wife
and tour sons. During the War of the
Rebellion Mr. Tiuiblin was a member of
the 57th Pennsylvania Volunteers. Mr.
Tiuiblin was a kind, loving husband
and his family have the sympathy of ihe
entire community. Services took place
on Tuesday at Concord church, after
which his remains wers laid to rest in
Do not mourn the purlins, children,
God h is called him home to rest,
To that Mansion bright, eternal,
Ever with the Anpels blest.
The teachers of Middlesex township
will give their first local iastitue in
Union Hall, Cooperetown, Pa Satur
day, November 30th. The meeting will
be held in two sessions. Afternoon
session from 1:30 to 4:3o;evening session
7:45 to 10. Every body is cordially in
vited to attend. Entertainment will be
furnished by ladies ot Cooperstown and
CLARA R GRAHAM. s r c
Butler County Pomona.
Butler Co. Pomona Grange No. 17.
P. of 11., will meet at Eureka Grange
Hall. Thursday. December sth 1901, at
10 o'clock a. in Election of officers »•. ill
take place at this meeting. Patrons
turn out and let na have a good meeting.
By order of Committee.
H. BOOK, Master
W. H. CAMPBELL, Sect'y.
WAIFS OF NEW YORK- NOV. 23
Miss Katie Einmett, who is billed at
tiie Park Theatre. Saturday, Nov. 23rd,
in the "Waifs of New York" is one of
the best known women on the American
stage today. The story is a pleasing
little tale which furnished with its
specialties, several hours of good enter
tainment. It deals with the life of a
"Newsie" Willie Rufus, played by Miss
RENTFROW'S COMEDY CO —ALL NEXT
J. W. Rentfrow's Big Comedy Co
The Jolly Pathfinders will open a week's
engagement at the Park Theatre, pre
senting a high class repertoire of come
dies and comedy dramas. As their
opening play Monday night they will
present the beautiful comedy drama,
"From Sire to Son." Matinees will be
given on Wednesday. Thursday and
Saturday. Wednesday matinee price
will be 10 cts to all Thursday matinee
prices 10, 30 and 30 cts. Saturday
m*itinee prices chddren under 12 > ears
10 cts .ad alts 20 cts Ludits will be
admitted i'ree on Monday and Tuesday
nights wiien aceotupaiuaid by one paiil
30 ct nt ticket if reserved before li p. in .
each evening. Seats will go on sile
Saturday morning at usual place.
prices 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Grand Opera House, Pittsburg.
Oliver Goldsmith's tine old English
comedy entitled The Stoops to Con
quer," or "Ihe Mistakes of a Knight"
will be presented by the Grand Opera
House stock company in Pittsburg for
Thanksgiving week, beginning Monday,
The third set of concerts this season
by the Pittsburg Orchestra >vill bo
given in Carnegie Music hall next Fri
day evening and Saturday afternoon,
November 22nd and 23rd. The program
Mr. Herbert has prepared for these con
certs is a combination of the classic and
modern music as follows:
Symphony "Surprise," Hapdu
Pianoforto Concerto, Moszkowski
Suite "L'Arlesienne" No. 2, Bizet
Piano Soli: a, "Liebestraum," Liszt,
b. Spring Song, Mendelssohn,
Huldigungsmarsch from "Sigurd
The afternoon concert begins at 2:15
o'clock and lasts about two hours
Ul ANTED—Hon.-si i'isiu or woman to trave
'• for limn hoiiM.. salary iOJ mouthly and
expense;., wnh Increase; pusalon ]<> rrnan
* nt :lnrluse st lf-addri ssed stamped envelope
KANAGFB./UO • hU>v*...atic»go.
CURTIS—At her home near Evans
City, Nov. 8, 1901 of kidney disease,
Mrs. John Curtis.
Her remains were taken to Edenbnrg.
Clarion county, her former home, for
SAUER— At the home of her daughter
Mrs. Duwell, in Bntler. Nov. 14,
1901, Mrs. Justina Sauer, aged 78
PULPRESS—Nov. It!. 1901, at her
home in Allegheny. Mrs Harriet Pul
press, colored,formerly of Butler.aged j
WANLIN —At his home on Hickory St.
Nov. 15, 1901, August Wanliu, aged
Tie leaves four children among whom
are Alpbonse Wanlin. who was in the
Spanish War. His remains were buried
in Calvary cemetery.
PARKS—At his home in Leechlmrg,
November 16. 1901, Robert Parks.
CHRISTIE —At his home in Charleroi,
Pa.. November Ist. 1901. Marvin
G. Christie, aged 73 years and sis
months, formerly of Washington
township, this county, until within
three years, past.
CRAWFORD—At Troutman. Novem
ber 19, 1901, Adam Crawford.
Mr. Ciawford was found dead in his
| boiler house.
: GEYER—At the home of his sister in I
Rochester. Nov. 16, 1901. J. N. Geyer '
' of Troutman
1 MEALS—At his home in Kiowa Co ,
Kansas, October 24, 1901. W. A
Meals, formerly of Butler Co.
Mr. Meals' death was caused by
typhoid. He is survived by his wife
and daughter, two sisters, and one
brother—S A. Meals of Allegheny. The
Kiowa Co Signal, his local paper, spoke
very highly of him.
I WALKER—At his home in Connoque
nessing, November 20. 1901, Lorman
Walker, aged about 55 years.
Mr. Walker had been Snp'd't for the
Forest's Petersville district for some
years. He was a native of Lawrence
Co. He leaves a family. His wife is a
native of Muddycreek t,vp., and her
maiden name was Newton
CAMPBELL—At her home in Grove
City, Nov. 7. 1901, Mrs Ida M. wife of
G. M. Campbell aged 37 years.
Mrs. Campbell was the daughter of
Dr. Win R. and Matilda Cowden.
both deceased, and was bom in Por
ter.-ville Sept 6, lf-04. When she was
about 13 years old her parents removed
to West Sunbury, where she attended
the academy at that place. Later
they removed to West Liberty and she
attended Grove City College for two
years. She was married to Mr. Camp
bell in May, 1885, they residing lor a
number of years at Slipperyrock, re
moving to G. C. about eight years
ago. Her death was caused by rheu
matism and brain fever. Besides her
husband she leaves one son. Arthur,
who mourn the loss of a loving and Rind
wife and mother. She is also survived
by two brothers and four sisters, viz.:
Drs. Wm and John Cowden, of Ren
frew: Mrs. Edmundson. New Castle:
Mrs. Anna Wick. West Sunburv: Mrs.
Maggie Elliott, Evans City, and Mrs.
Nellie Humboldt, Pittsburg. All were
present at the funeral.
David Forsyth, an octogenarian and a
former prominent resident of Marshall
twp Allegheny Co. died last Thursday
at the residence of his daughter, Miss
Sarah J. Forsyth, 206 East Lacock St ,
Bertha was the oldest daughter of
Samuel C. Moore, she was born Sept ,
lbfs, and died Nov. 10, 1901. She died
of t\ phoid fever, after two weeks sick
ness, during which she suffered very
intensly. The funeral services were
held at the hon-?. Tuesday, November
12th, they were conducted by the pastor.
Rev. A. P. Gibson, who spoke from the
text —"Her sun has gone down while it
is yet day." The praise service was
lead by a number of the young ladies.
The floral offerings were beautiful and
abnudunt. The funeral was a incst
sad one, owing to the place the deceased
hud held in the hearts of her many
trieiuis tind school mates. She was lov
ed by all, to know her was to love her.
She was a beautiful, sweet, young git'i
of sixteen years. She was a member of
the Deer Creek U. P. church, having
not long since professed her faith iu
lesus, as her Savior. She was attend
ing school at the time of her sickness
and stood high in her classes and iu the
estimation of her teacher and class
mates. Everything possible was done
to secure her recovery, but all to no
avail, and the fatal germs did their cruel
work She is gone home and what is
the loss to her home, church, school and
community, we believe to be a gain to
Bertha, and to heaven. Forhertolive
w: 8 Christ; for her to die was gain Her
sun is gone lowu while it is yet day and
a cloud and shadow are over her home
ud frier s, but her sun still shines
more brightly above the dark cloud and
the day will yet dawn and the shadows
G. C. Clemens, of Topeka,
original Mark, G - c - Clemenc.
is a man of deep intellect and
wide experience. He is con
sidered one of the foremost
lawyers ?:i thiscountry. Inare
cpnt letter to the Dr. Miles
I Medical Co., Mr. Clemens says:
| * * *Te. .• onal experience and obser
ve; ■ i' roughly satisfied me thst
1> . . .-p. ine contains true merit,
a:. :.at lor what it is recom-
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS j
In the matter of the In the Orphan's
estates of John A. Dunlap , Court of Butler
and Ann Eliza Dunlap. , Co. No. 74. S-p
--his widow, deceased. tember Term lsfe.
To Marv J. Allen. Wilson Dunlap. John M. j
Dunlap. Tlllie M. Bell now Kelly.Nancy Ann 1
Bacli, Elizabeth Wise or Wlce Margurite
Simons. Mary Nicherson and James Sitcker
son. children and heirs at law of above
named decedents, and all other parties in- \
Notice Is hereby given that having been
appointed an Auditor to distribute the funds
paid into Court at (>.<'. No.September T .
1901. and at Auditor's Rejiort Docket. No. 5.
page belonging to the estates of the
above named decedents to and among the
parties entitled thereto, I have fixed Thurs
day. the :-th day of November, 1901. at the t
hour of 10 o'clock a in., at my office in the
Wise Building. 114 North Hiamond. in the j
liorough of Butler. I'a . as the time and place |
for a hearing In the above entitled matter. I
when and where all persons interested may j
attend If they see proper.
JOHN W. COI'LTEK. Auditor.
APPLICATION FOR CHARTER.
j Notice is hereby fiiven that J. H. Bell,
[ Charles A. Ifft. O. E Ritenour, J. W.
Osborn, R. B Bovard. and their associ
ates will, on the 7th day of Deceml>er.
A. D. 1901, at 10 o clock a. m , make ap
plication to the Hon John M. Greer.
President Judge of the Common Pleas
Court of Butler county, Pa., for a.,
charter of Incorporation of the United
Presbyterian Congregation of Bethel, in
the township of Slipperyrock. in said
county, and that the object of said
corporation is the worship of Almighty
God. according to the doctrine, dis
cipline aud usages to the United Pres
byterian church of North America. Any
person objecting to such corporation
will be heard at the time and place»
J. M. GALBREATH,
Attorney for Applicants.
Letters of adminis'ration ou the estate
of Jacob Ilutzly, dee'd.. late o*
Forward twp., Butler Co , I'a., having;
been granted to the undersigned, ali
persons knowing themselves indebted to !
said estate will please make licniefliate '
payment, and any having claims against
said estate will present them duly su
thenticaled for settlement to
C. R. HUTZLY, \ Adm'rs
HERMAN HUTZLY, i
j. R. HENNINGER, Att'y.
Letters of administration on the est#'*- i
■f James B Fi:lt>n, deo'd., late of'
Middlesex township, Butler county, j
Pa., having been granted to the under
signed, all persons knowing theirst->vet>
indebted to said estate w ill plea>,e make
immediate payment, and any having
clam s against said estate will present:
them duly authenticated for settlement to
JOHN T. FULTON. Adm'r.,
Glade Mills, ftutler Co.. Pa- •
JAMES B. MCJUNKIN, Att'y.
Letters of administration on the estate
of Robt. F. Glenn, die'd., late of Brady
twp,Butler Co., I'a., having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons koowing
themself indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payoent, srd
any having claims against said est; te
will present thein duly authenticated
for settlement to
b. C GLENN, Adm'r.,
West liberty, I'a.
I C. WALKFR, Att'y
NOTICE IN DIVORCE,
Ruth Crace Christy In the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Butler
vs ' county, I'a.. A. IX No.
■Si, Si ay Term, 1801.
Victor E. Christy, j Boole 22, Page 14U.
i 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 hereby
' required to appear in said court of Common
l'leas. io be held at Butler, I'a., on Monday,
the 2nd day of December. lfCl. being the ilrst.
day of ne.it term of s lid 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 Knth Grace Christy
Yon are also hereby notified that testi-
I mony will be taken In the above case before
. said court, on December 3rd. 1901, at which
; time and place you are notified to attend.
I THOMAS K. BOON. Sheriff.
ESTATB OF MARY J. ROYLE, DECEASED.
Notice is hereby given that letters of
f.dministration in the estate of Mrs. Mary
1 j. Royle, deceased, l.:te of the *torou«h
of Butler, Butler county, I'a., ha-'e been
' gianted to Samuel M. Seaton, resident
: of said b rough, to whom all persons 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 tie same witb
' cut delay.
SAMUEL M. SEATON, Adm'r.,
1 Bcti'-r, Pa.
BLACK & STEWART, A.tt'ys-
In re estate of John Day, dec'd., late
of Clay t*vp., Butler Co., Pa.
Letters testamentary having been
granted to the undesigned on alcove
estate all persons l aving claims will pre
sent them duly proved for payment and
11 persons indebted to said estate wi'l
make lniintdiate payment to
PETER K. DAY, Executor,
Wist Sunbury, Pa.
W. C. FINDLEV, Att'y.
Letters ttslanientary on the estate of
David Park, dec'd., !ate of Middlesex
township, Butler Co , I'a , having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to .-.aid
estate v.ill please r.uke immediate pay
ment and any having claim* iigainst said
istate will present them duly authenti
MRS. MARY A. PARK, EX'X,
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; SHERIFF'S SALES.
By virtue of sundry writs of Vcn. Ex.. 11.
Fa.. Lev. Fa.. &<\. issued outof the Court of
Common Pleas of Butler Co., Pa., and to me
directed, there will be exposed to public sale
at the Court House In the borongh of Butler,
; Friday, the 29th day of Nov., A. D. 1901,
! at 1 o'clock P. M„ the following described
E. I>. No. 22. December Term. >9Ol. Williams
& Mitchell, Attorneys.
All the right, tille. Interest and claim of
Joseph A. O'Seii and Eva O'N'eil, of. In aud
to all that certain piece or tract of land, sit
. uated in Allegheny township. But'.er county.
Pa., Inmnded as follows, to-wit: Beginning
at a stone, the southeast corner: thence by
lands of Henry Kohlmeyer heirs, south -'J
degrees west, lot and s-K) perches to a posts
! thence by lands of \V. P. Mnith. south 10 de
crees east '.4 and H perches to a post; thence
j north *■' degrees east 101 and 8-10 perches to
I a post, by lands of Blymlller and Greer:
I thence by lands of Williams heirs, north 10
I degrees west '4 and H perches to a stone, the
place of beginning; being also bounded as
follows, adjoining lands of Henry Kohl
meyer heirs on the north, and adjoining
lands formerly of A.C. Williams, now Union
i>ll Co. on the east, adjoining lands of O. K.
tlreer, and Augustus Blymlller on the south,
and adjoining lands of A. A. Kohlmeyer. on
the west, and containing 60 acres, more or
less, and having thereon erected 2 two-story
frame dwelling houses frame barn and out
i buildings, about acres cleared, balance in
timlier. all under fence and orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Joseph A, O'Neil and Eva O'Nell at
t he suit of John Forcht.
E. ». No. ;>. December Term, 1901. W. D.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Mrs. Joseph Cowan. Eva L. Cowan, (nee
Thompson), and Joseph Cowan, of. in and to
all that certain piece or parcel of lanfl. situ
ated in Middlesex township. Butler county,
Pa.. bounded as follows, to-wit: On the
north by lands of W. U. Thompson, on the
east by lands of S. Thompson, on the south
by lands of James Fulton aud McCaslin
heirs, and on the west bv lands of John
Fonjuer aiKJ James Cowan: containing fts
acres, more or less.
ALSO—Of. in and to all that certain piece
or parcel of land,situated in Butler borough,
Butler county. I'a.. bounded as follows, to
wit: Beginning at the intersection of Penn
and Mercer streets; thence by Penn street
extension north 77 degrees and 15 minutes
west 40 rods: thence by Duffy, et al, north 80
degrees and 45 minutes 1.5 feet by same
north :iti degrees and 45 minutes west aud
'i feet; thence by Krug, et al, north 42 de
grees east 475 feet; thence; by same or street
south AC degrees and 30 minutes to Mercer
street; thence by Mercer street to beginning;
coataini ng so acres, more or less.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Mrs, Joseph Cowan. Eva L. Cowan,
(nee Thompson) and Joseph Cowan at the
suit of The Butler Savings Bank.
E. D. No. 42. December Term, 1901. J. H.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Susan E. Mobley of, in and to all that certain
piece or lot of land, situated in Millerstown
liorough. Butler county. Pa., bounded as fol
lows, to-wit: On the north by Summit
avenue, on the east by lands of F. A. Sutton,
on the south by Grove avenue, aud on the
west by lands of Margaret E. Bole: and hav
ing thereon erected a one story frame cot
tage house of seven rooms, and necessary
Seised and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Susan E. Mobley at the suit of The
Ohio Valley Savings and Loan Association.
E. D. No. 20. December Term. 1901. W. A. &
F. J. Forquer. Attorneys
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Mrs. Jennie Cross of. in and to all that cer
tain piece or lot of land, situated In Marlon
township. Ilutler county. Pa., bounded as
follows, to-wit: On the north by the P. B. &
L. E. Railroad. on the east by lot of Daniel
Ferrere. on the south by lot of Daniel Fer
rere, and on the west by lot of Herman Bald
win, and haviug thereon ereeted a two story
frame house, and small frame stable.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop- j
erty of Mrs. Jennie Cross at the suit of L. "J.
E. D. No. 15. December Term, 1901. J. M.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Sarah A. Gross and William 11. Gross of, in
and to all that certain piece or parcel of
land, situated In Jackson township. Butler
county, Pa., bounded as follows, to-wit: Be
ginning at the northeast corner, thence the
same Is 'jounded on the north by the public
road leading from /.elienople to Evans City;
on the east by the Pittsburg road; on the
south by lands of John Wilson; and on the
west by lands of Magdalene KaulTman; con
taining five acres, more or less.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Sarah A. Gross and William 11. Gross
at the suit of Samuel Walton.
E. I). No. 53. December Term. 1901. John R.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
John S. Myers of. in and to all that certain
piece or parcel of land, situated in Muddy
creek township. Butler county. I'a., bounded
as follows, to-wit: On the north ty lands of
Peter wallace.on the east by lands of George
Flumer, on the south by lands of Charles
Meyers, and on the west by lauds of David
Myers; containing sixty-one (61) acres, more
or less, aud having thereon a frame house
and frame barn.
Seized and taken in execution as,the prop
erty of John S. Myeis at the suit of Luclnda
E. I>. No. 3, December Term, 1901. W D
All the right, title, interest and claim of G.
W. McCandless of, in and to all that certain
piece or parcel of land, situated in Butler
township. Butler county, I'a., bounded as
follows, to-wit: On the north by lands of A.
G. Campbell heirs, on the east by lands of
George Bowers, on the south by lands of
Mrs. T. H. Burton, and on the west by the
public road leading from Butler and Har
mony road to Mercer road,and having there
on erected a two-story brick house, frame
barn and outbuildings.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of G. W. McCandless at the suit of The
Butler Savings Bank.
Friday, the Otli clay of December,
A. 1). 1901. at 1 o'clock p. in., the following
described property, to-wit:
E. i>. No. 68. December Term. 190!. Williams
& Mitchell, Attorneys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Edward Dewyer and Susan Ilewyer, of, in
and to all that certain piece or parcel of
land, situated in Penn township. Butler Co.,
Pa., bounded as follows, to-wit: Ou the
north by lands of W. S. Dixon, on the east by
public road, on tiie south by lands of Abram
Andrews, and on the west by lands of W. S.
Dixonicontaining twelve (12) acres and sixty
two (62) perches, and haviug thereon erected
a two story frame dwelling house, frame
stable and outbuildings, and being the same
laud conveyed to Edward Dewyer by James
Kankln. et ux. by deed dated March 30th,
1H93. and recorded In the Recorders oHieo in
antl for Butler county. Pa.. Deed Book No.
136. Page 114
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Edward Dewyer and Susan Dewyer j
at thesuit of John Forcht.
E. D. No. 7-J. December Term. 1901. A. M.
Christ ley. Attorney.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Joseph Carey, of. In and to all that certain
piece or lot of land, situated in Butler town
ship. Butler county, J'a.. bounded u.s follows,
to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner
of lot herein described, at a point 1(3 feet,
strict measure, north of Zlegler avenue, ex
tension,thence In a northerly direction along
lands of Standard Plate Glass Company. UK)
feet, more or less, to Coal run; theuce in an
easterly direction along Coal run, 40 feet;
thence in a northerly direction along lot of
M. Gallagher. 110 feet, more or less, to a point
100 feet, strict measure, north of Zlegler av
enue, extension; thence in a westerly direc
tion. along lot of 14. M. Snow, 40 feet, to place
of beginning, and having thereon erected a
one and one-half story frame house.and out
buildings. together with an easement, grant,
or right, given by deed from R. M. Snow to
Joseph Carey, of ingress and egress, over said
Snow's lot. from the south end of this lot. to
Zlegler avenue, extension above mentioned.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Joseph Carey at the suit of Joseph
TERMS OF SALE—The following must be
strictly compiled with when property is
1. When the plaintiff or other Hen creditor
becomes the purchaser, the costs on the writ
must be paid, and a list of the liens, includ
ing mortgage searches on the property sold,
together with such lien creditor's receipt*
for the amount of the proceeds of the sale or
such portion thereof as he may claim, must
be furnished the Sheriff.
2. All bids must be paid in full.
3. All sales not settled Immediately will be
continued until one o'clock, I'. M., of the
next day at which time all property not
settled for will again be put up and sold at
the expense and risk of the person to whom
•See I'urdou's Digest, 9th edition, page 446.
and Smith's Forms, page SH4.
THOMAS ii. MOON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. Butler. I'a.. Nov. 0. 1901.
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Barnhart. A D, Concord tp. farmer.
Ball. Joseph, "2nd wd Bntler, teamster.
Bowser, Milton. Mars boro, pumper,
Christley, William. Clay tp. farmer.
Ebert, Fred Clinton to, blacksmith.
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Snvder. John, Clearfieid tp. pumper,
Thompson, Harry,3d wd Butler.pumper,
Vecsell, A, Petrolia boro, farmer.
Wick, A fc>, Mercer tp. farmer,
Weir, Alexander, Buffalo tp, farmer,
List of names drawn from the proper
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Cochran, A F, Concord tp, farmer
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Dobson, Geo, Cherry tp, farmer
Eppenger, Milton, Harmony boro, clerk
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In effect January Ist, 1901.
STATIONS. | AM | P M
Lcavm West Winflild 7 <5; 2 50
" Bogg»ville 8 00 1 3(6
'• Iron Briilge 8 13; 320
u Win field Juiictioo 8 30j 335
" Lane B*o 345
44 Butler Junction 8 45; 350
Arrive Allegheny ....0 _4B J 5 08
STATIONS. A M P M
Leave Allegheny 8 45 3 40
" Butler Junction 10 00 440
4 « Lane 10 05; 445
Winfield Junction 10 15 4 5C
44 Iron Bridge 10 30 510
44 ltoggsvillt* 10 45 525
Arrive West Win field H 00 5 40
Train* stop at Lane and Iron Bridge only on Flag to
take oil or leave off passengers.
Trains Connect at Butler Junction with:
Train* Eastward for Free port, Vandergrift aud
Trains Westward for Natrona, Tarentum and Alle
Trains Northward for Saxonburg, I>elano and Butler.
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P&W R R
Trains leave Butler for Allegheny,
local time, at 6:35, 8:05. 9:30, and 11:0.">
а. m. and 4 00. Hnd 5:53, p. ni The 8:30
and 11:30 a. m. trains make the rnn in
1 hoor and 20 minutes and the 4:00 train
in an hour and a half. The 8:05 a. m
4:00 and 5:58 p. in. trains connect at
Callerv for points West, and the 1:40 as
far wwt as Ellwood.
Trains leave Bntler for Bradford at
9 30 a.m., and for Clarion at 5:15 p.m
Trains arrive in Butler from Alle
gheny 9:03, 9:17 a. in. and 13:13, 2:45,
4:55. 7:07 and 7 :45 pm : and from the
North at 9:05 a m. and 3:50 p. m.
The Theatre train, Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays leaves Allegheny at i
11:30 p. m.
On Sundays trains leave Butler for ,
Allegheny at 8:05 aui and 5:53 p.m..
and for the west at 4:00 p m.: and ar
rive at 9:17 a.m. and 4:55 and 7:07 p.m. 1
BESSEMER & LAKE ERIE K R. CO. j
Time table in effect Nov. 17, 1901.
One hour slower than town time.
nruthwarvl. I'.iily except Sunday. Southward >
Heail up) (Head down)
2 10 14 STATIONS. 1 9 11
P.M. I' M P.M. , m. A.M. P. M
0 10 1 02 Erie 5 55 12 13
5 »12 40 K.irview 1 618 12 .(5
, 5 34 12 24 Uirard I 6 30 12 48
5 45 1 53'ar..Conn«aut...ar 8 1 53
4 32 11 06 !T.. t'onneaut., .IT. - 6 20 11 05
5 13 12 On CraneaTille ' 850 105
410 12 00 Albion I 6 55 1 10
4 56 11 47 Springboro ; 7 10 1:9
4 50 11 41 Omueautville 7 16 I 91
4 3'J 11 2> Meadvilla Junct.J 7 35 1 52
5 42 11 5* ar. . Meadville.. w 8 12 2TO
3 25 10 37 lv. .Mi*dville...l» 6 20 1 10
5 03 11 30ar..00n. Lake . .ar 7 45 2 02
4 10 11 ft) 1»..C0n. Lake..lti « 47 1 37
4 32 »r.. Llnesville . .ar! .
,IT •' IT| 7 2t>
'414 11 Otiillartat..wn I U' 49! 207
4 0* 11 01 tdaiiKTille 7 55 2 12
: 3 58.10 52 Oagood if 8 05 fi 22
6 10 3 52 10 45 Greenville 6 00 8 13 2 30
« 0|) 3 40 10 4o Slienaugo 6 06 8 20 2 37
5 44 3 23 10 30 Fredonia 6 23 f8 35 2 55
5 29 3 08 10 (« Mercer 1 6 40 8 47 3 13
5 24 ;! 03 10 01 Houston Junction 6 45 S 52 3 18
5 07 2 47 9 4J UroveCity 7 05 9 10 3 37
4 54 2 37 9 32 Harrixville ... 7 15 if 3 48
4 47 2 31 i> 25 iiranchton 7 23 9 25 3 55
530 10 10 ar... Hilliartl... ar 110 10 530
2 30 6 10 IT. .. Hilliani. ..lv 6 10 2 30
4 43 2 > 9 17 Keister 7 271 3 58
4 2s 2 15 9 01 Euclid i 7 43 4 17
4 00 1 50 8 30 Butler j 8 10 10 00 4 40
2 20 12 15 7 00-Allegheny. j 9 45 11 25 6 35
pm I am ' a.m.l a m i pro.
Train 12, leuving Grov-e City 5.25 a. m.,
Mercer 5:45. Ureenville '3:32, Conneautvillc
r:32, Albion 7-49. arrives at Erie 8:47 a. m.
Train 13, leavioK Erie 4:15 p. m. Albion
5:25. Conneautvllle 5;46. Greenville 0:40.
Marcer 7:21 arrives at tirova city at 7:43 pm.
E. D. COMSTOCK,
W. R. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agt,
Tkt Agt, Bntler, Pa. Pittsburg, Pa
BUFFALO, ROCHESTER & PITTS
BURG RY., Time table ill effect
Nov. 3, 1901.
EASTERN TI.MK. +22 ,*0 +8 +l4 . *2
Pittsburg \ leave a.m a.ru p.m p.m p.m
Allegheny j P. A W. Sta 9 00 4 10 10 00
Butler 7 30 10 1-' 5 21 11 22
Fenelton 7 51# 5 45 11 47
CYaigsville 813 a 5 55.11 57
DovaiurUle 8 26 6 05
Montgomery villa 8 33 6 10
Went Mosgrove 8 45 G 20
Echo 9 2i* » 6 39,
Dayton 934 a 65012 40
North Point 9 56 7 06,
Hamilton 10 06* 7 13
Valier 10 12 7 18:
Punxsniawney ar 10 30 12 Os 7 30; 1 2C
lv a.m 12 10 1 45 7 30 1 22
Big Kun 2 00 7 43 1 35
[hinvensville ar 4 +4 17 4 17
"learfiold ar a.m +4 iE,4 32 ,
Dußoia +6 03 12 50|2 30 8 15 2 05
Falls Creek 8 09,12 57 2 47. p.m 2 IS
Brock wayrtlla B 20 1 10 3 05 2 2t
Elide way 7 00 1 42 3 43 3 W
folinsonburg 7 14 1 51 4 16 3 1?
\lt. Jewett 8 06 2 45 5 06 4 U
Bradford ar 8 55 ; 3 30 600 j 5 0<
Buffalo ar U 50 U 30, j j7 15
lochester ar 7 so|p.m! 8 4£
I a.m I p.m I a.m
Additional train leaves Punxsutawey for Dußoia
i-alls Creak, Curwenaville aud Clearfield at 5:15 a.m.
>aiiy except Sunday.
EASTERN TIME TtlS | 7»J Jt5 pi"
leave a.ma.m a.m p.m p.m
locbeater *7 45 0 (H
Unlfcln lv *9 00 3 15 10 1;
Bradford lv 7 45 12 10 6 15 12 4a
Vlt. Jewett 8 42 12 55 7 12| 1 32
lohnsonburg 9 27, 1 42 8 00 2 21
Ridgway 9 55; 1 50 8 15 2 37
Brmkwayville 10 3" 2 30 8 52 3 11
falls Creek. a.m 10 49 2 47 9 09 3 25
[>ußoi» « 40 11 00' 2 55 9 15 3 34
Llearflcld lv ll+3B:p.m'
Durwensrille lv i jll+49|
Big R-n r71311 31 i *2l 403
Punxsutawney ar 7 28 11 45* 3 33 p.m 4 IP
lv 7 30. a.m 3354 35 42C
Valier 7 41 4 50
Hamilton 7 46j j4 56
North Poiut 7 53 5 06
Dayton 8 11 a ,5 29 4 5(
Echo I 8 22 a ja 45.
West Mosgrove b 45 ,6 '2O
Montgomery villa h 54 6 32
Cowansville } 8 59 16 39
rraigsville 909 a 652 54(
Fenelton 9 20i 7 07
Butler j 9 47 5 34|T :*5. 4 6 1J
Allegheny > P. A W. Stajll 00; 6 45, 7 3<
Pittsburg j arrivei a.m p.m. I |
Additional train leaves Clearfield at 7.18 p. m, Fall:
Creek at 9:09, Dußoia 9:15, arriving at Punxsutawnej
at 10:00 p.m. l>nily except Sunday.
* Daily, f Daily except SNN day.
a—Train 3 will stop at Dayton. Ecbo ant
Cralgsvllle to let off pssseui?ers fron
Bradford and points north of Bradford ant
on signal tolakeon passengers for Allegbenj
or points .vest on the P. & W. Hy.
Train (i will stop at Cralgsville, Echo ant
Dayton to let off passengers from Allegheny
and on signal to take on passengers foi
Bradford aud points north of Bradford.
Trains 3 and 6 are vettlbuled with hand
some day coaches, aud reclining chair cars
also cafe car dally, except Sunday.
Trains 2 and 7 have Pullman Sleepers be
tween Buffalo and Pittsburg and Bochestei
EDWARD C. LAPEV.
(ien'l Pass. Agent
Koo.hfwter N. Y.
PENNSYLVANIA RS ,L
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
Scuanrm ix Krrtcr Oct. 1, 1901
SOUTH. , WEEK DAYS ,
A. M A.M. A.M. P. N. r. M
BUTLEB Leave « 25 80210 80 2 35 I 50
Saxouburg Arrive 654 829 11 l. r » 3 o<» i 5 18
Butler Junction.. " i 7 27 »U 11 40, S 25; 544
Butler Junction...Leave 7 31 8 53 11 6*2; 3 25 ; 5 44
Natruna Arrive 1 *1 9 01 12 01! 3 34 : 5 54
Tarantula. i 7 44 »07 12 08 3 42 5 M
Springdale 7 52 « 16 12 1» 3 52 hi 07
Ulareruont 9 30 12 38 4 W 0 19
Siiarijaburg 8 11 9 38 12 48 4 12i 6 26
Allegheny.. 1 8 24 9 48! 1 02 4 251 6 38
|A. M. A.M.IP. M.|P. M P. M.
SUNDAY TRAINS.—Leave Butler for Allegheny
City and principal intermediate itatlom at 7:30 a m.,
mil 5.-00 p. m.
NORTH WEEK DAYS
A.M. A.M. A.M. P. M. P. M
Allegheny City ,le»v« 7 00, 8451u 45 3on t. 10
gharyabarg i 7 1- 8 57 10 67 ; 3 15 g6 22
Otariiinont i . \ .... 11 04 3 23; ....
Springdale —. ' 11 18 3 40- 6 39
Tarentum i 7 ;U) 9 24 11 2f 3 531 6 48
Natruna 7 4:i 9 28 11 34 4 01 6 S3
Butler Juuction.. Arrive 7 ."jOi 937 11 43 4 15 7 02
Butler Junction leave, 75093712 ; 18 ! 4 28) 7 ft;
Saxonburg 8 21 10 03 12 41 4 591 7 27
BI TLEB arrive 8 45,10 2fi 1 10l 5 2S 1 7 s:<
A.M.'A.M. P. M P. A\ P. M
SrNDAY TRAINS.—Leave Allegheny City for But
ler and principal intermediate stations at 7:15 a m. and
9*30 p. m.
FOB THE EAST
Weeks Days. Sunday*
A. MA. M.l'. M. A. M. P M
BVTLEB lv 62510 50 235 730 500
Butler J'tL ar 717 II 4(1 »25 820 550
Butler J'ct !v 75011 43 428 821 8 11
Fee uort ar 75311 46 432 825 814
K.kiuilueus J't " 758 11 50 437 829 8 19
Leechburg " 8 In 12 02 449 841 832
Paultou (Ap0110)...." 831 12 22 51 0 858 850
Saltel urg " 85812 49 ft 38 9 2:i 916
Blairsville 928 120 13 11 952 945
Blairsville lut " U3« ... 620 10 00
Altoona " 11 3.%' . S M 12 40 .
Harriaburg " 310 ....I 100 420
Philadelphia " 623 .... 426 , 7 17
P. M.iA. M.IA.M. P.M. P.M
Through trains for tha eaat leave Pittsburg (Onion
Station), a» follows:
Atlantic Expreas, daily 3:00 *.*
Pennsylvania Limited " 7:15
Day Kxpreaa, " 7:30 "
Maiu Line ExprcNM, **
Harrinburg Mail, ** .12:46 P.M
llarrislturg Eiprw daily 4:49 u
Philadelphia Kxpreai, .4:60 "
Mail and Kxpreen daily For New York only.
Through buffet Bleep«r; no coactet 7:00 M
KasttTß Kxprews " 7:10 "
FAS t Line, * .... 900 M
Pittbburg Limited, daily, for New York, Balti
more and Washington only 10:00 "
Philad'a Mail, Sunday « umy 8:40 A.M
J F(*r Atlantic < ity (via Delaware River Bridge,; all
rail route) 8:00 a.in. daily and 9:00 p.m. daily.
BnXfalo and AUcrheny Valley Division
Trains leave Khtkiminetaa Junction aa fidlowa:—
For Buffalo, 9.56 a. m. and 11.30 p. m. daily, with
through parlor and sleepiug cai*.
For Oil City, 7.4#, 9M a. m.,
m week<«lays. Sundavn, 9.56 a. m., 6.15 and p.m.
For Red bank, 7.46,"'9.56, 11.17 tt. m. t 2 38, 6.15, 9.34,
and 11.50 p. m. week-days. Sundays, 9.66,10-49 a. m.,
б.l > and 11.50 p m.
For Kittanulug, 7.46, 9.32, 9^6,11.17 a. m., «.38^.35,
6.15, 7.34, 9.34, and 11.50 p. m. week-days. Sundays,
9.56, 10.49 a. m., 6.15, 10.45, and 11.50 p. m.
"g" nU)i* on signal to take on paawengers for Taren
tum and points beyond.
Foi detailed information, apply to ticket ageut or
ad lreas Thoe. K. Watt, Pass. Agt. Wentern District,
Oo ner Fifth Avenue and Smithfteld Stnet, Pittsburf,
J*B. UPTCHISON, *. wow,
4anarml Oan" ''Mr Aran
p M. ZIMMERMAN
• PHYSICIAN AND SUBCRON
Office No. 45, S. Main st-e<t, over C?ty
!'• PHYSIOAN AND SCRGHON
New Troutman Building, Butler Pa.
DR. C. ATWELL,
Office 106 W. Diamond St, [Dr
■raham's old office.]
Houis 7 to 9a. m. and I to 3 and 7 to
> p. m.
DR. N. M. HOOVER.
137 E. Wayne St., office nours. 10 to
• HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AN A
Office 236 S. Main St., cpp. P. O.
Night calls at office.
PHYSICIAN AND SORORON
200 West St.
DR. M. D. KOTTRAFCA,
Successor to Dr. Johnston.
Office at No 114 E. Jefiersou St., over
r. W. Miller's grocery.
H. MERKLEY, D. 0.,
• OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
Room 9 and 10 Stein Building.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, con
sultation and examination free.
DR. J. WILBERT McKEE,
SURGEON D • NTIST.
Office oyer C. E. Miller's Shoe Store,
115 S. Maiu fctreet, Butler, Pa.
Peoples Telephone 505.
A specialty made of gold fillings, gold
rown and bridge work.
Has located in the new Stein building,
*ith all the latest devices for Dentfl
' • DENTIST.
Artificial Teeth inserted on the latest
mproved plan. Gold Fillings a spec
altv Office next to postoffice.
p F. L. McQUISTION,
U. CIVIL KNGINEEK AND SURVEYS.
Office near Court House.
r JAMES DODDS,
• LICENSED AUCTIONEER
Inquire at Sheriff's off ce or 416 Miffiin
it., Butler. Pa.
• LICENSED AUCTIONFEH.
Having taken out a license as auc
.ioneer,orders can be left at this iffioe or
;ent by mail to Box 351, Butler, ■-*.
All orders given prompt attection,
EVERETT L. RALSTON,
s'o. 257 South Main Street, Butle t, Pa.
"isher Building. First door on
Hain street, next my former cffic-p iu
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U ATTORNEYS A: 1 AW.
Room 8.. Armory buildup.
T D. McJUNKIN,
) • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office in Reiber building, corner M.-.in
ind E. Cunningham Sts. Entrance on
J A TTORNF Y-AT-LA W.
Wise building, N. Diamond St., Butlei
Special attention given to collections
ind business matters.
Reference: Butler Savings Rank, or
Butler County Natioual Bank
« ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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Office at No. 8. West Diamond St. I'ut.
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