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X.PT£J . -ITIZEN.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER fi, t*B>.
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taciiiu». niiii aare-.
e\«T>«bcpp; new traiiJ.uiT- »
B>aaufju-iur> - > u»t pi>«i|ifr»< io»u
TKAIN-S AND M
iVij-i Ir- .I. i: Trains I- ->*e ' '
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x h.jwt nr. *».. l ii-.p UI. Malls . lose t' f
lie-*#- prMlit- -* ■« Hi- aliJ P ». sr "
llir at tit I K». »n l P "•
MMiMwt-l; Tr»i*i l«s»»e lur i.rv«-i.-.ill-r
mi is* *1.4 »i .-.»4 P W- Malts i ;.-v
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ni t-fi v i~. -in! ;■ c. ,iul l.v> sa l
3* t>. u:. t 'tl "■ ol b V ! I'.n hl in. an I I:". ", '
a. mi. Mails lor I !.e HW afj>t .-v»uUa at 7:
MtUtiorc'-i ani "I- Nort'ial I'W a.
m . p<4rit' W>-*l t ill ~j at I3i p. .n
lor points. *->uOi »tii e i<> rn through in ut
tl; |tp. 11l 3U>l Inr 0.1 l it) i Mlstsir; aur
Bar*lurt* Mitt-, at ' tip. ■». litis ai-m> ami
llillruad iMtlJ.' '»dct'.- llaru'i-irCH Ml!:
,-luJ If n. , :i. i -.1 lluLicr at
a.ia . ai.4 train i iu-turjli and (be IX m isju
b ui Iron hiulsifili at iAO p. to . tr-xo llie
Sonli at OA p. rn.. from Iltuburx'u and W>;al j
i'Ani- W r*t 14 ( aller) at 7ZZ> pun.
Kr ta Koen» - Jiatly mail tor Mt. « !ieitnut
arrlrei at ll a.ra. anil leavea r,utl«r I', u. at 12
iu. liallv utail to Xortti Hop*, ll'iokcr and
iautt points arrtre* at tl a. m. arul rti-pait- at ,
Hw-J ut-t fi can W s.-uivj at lilt- p..i- j
•48"- nt Boil- r. prwprei, KuMnr C W»rv |
itlH- I'. 01. Mi.ler*towii iltaruliart Mill*..
(Mr .111-- -li.,js-t .rctmia. Karna j
llc> awl Hi-bit* w. Til- I* !l». rem#
l'<r all «um-r t"., s <v:ii, I>r ll®. or '
<•»» r<*aal n«jie3 nbk-h ar<- ao**l-r tiitn en- I
i „r.iu( f. a ib*v ao iii vh |»jaU>- to
■f.vtxxl' l-.r I", or
I •> Af. A-.-jKM UI.Y -'•■ Hi. K iiijflits of Ia- [
ta,». I. iri. <--. fry Friday f.igtt in the Car- j
~t,rr- abd J i.era H*il, tl.irl floor. llum.-i
--i.hi t.tiiJdiL.' Wu M Oi.»-.-s, Rec. Pee
lloyd'» ( liristmai iiift*.
Cit. Ucd A Kalston'g Holiday Preaent*.
■Stehle - .-ai.ta Claui. Ilead(juirter<.
Pape'n iHdl*. Vw«i, etc.
I'af.* A lim'* Silrerware, etc.
l'rofc'sioaal Card—Seott A Wilson.
Bickel'* Bargains in Boot* A Shoes.
A<*.m'rx Notice —Estate of W. J. A brains
!»r (lark lor Dec. 10 and IT.
Notice of Application for I'ardon.
Jury I-i-t f« r Jan. Term.
Doogl**.' Holiday Cools.
SoTk —All advertiwrs intending to make
« hangc" in their ads. should notify us of
their intending to do so, not later than
LOCAL AND GENERAL
—hiigbt no kind intention
—oil and xrati-r both dropped last week.
Little Christina* is over, no*- get
ready for big Chriatinas.
—Tti< turkey's last re»jtie 9 t was "Don't
•toff me with on ions."
I'nt alt on your sidewalk*, when they
an slippery. f
—Hone-'-would male criminals of us ,
_ Tl,.- people ol Brady St. have petition- j
•-d • wuacil fur fire plug-. I
Several school children fell on the
slippery »tdowall«, TLur-day Morning.
—TLe mother of J. I', spins, dee'd. was
iu.- of the .'ifl r- r. by the l. -< r hliurg Cre. ,
•WriiV shovels mill b* of the .ame I
tyl«* U.is winter a lad. There i-i UO I
in the design.
Thank* were rendered la.it Thursday '
f«tr pretty ninth everything but the
—-Silly tnarriag.- lieeu -. were taken j
«ot in IMtsburg. the day before Thanks
—Au exebaage de* ribi s love a being |
- two forms with but a single chair, two |
mouth/ that seem as one." i
—' And i»»w." said the preacher, "let 1
■ • pray for tl.e |w ojile on the uninhabited '
portions of the earth.'"
Mr. Bought - ui-tkes a bne display for
the holiday*. Bead bin new ml. and lo
Mr- D. T. I'ape has secured a i-.plcs
did slock of fine «iik good-i, vase* and dress
ed doll for Ihe holidayit. See her new lo-
I'red. Ix-idceker held No. 314, the
lucky tk ket that drew the piano, and as
lie didn't want it lie made a prc.teut of it
l«i Ihe how compauies.
-"Santa claus' Headquarters'' what an
innrute nrietjrof holiday goods Mr. J
r. T Ste.ble ha«! Bead his new loculi
and call ud make your aelection; in time.
Some Bntler capitali-t . are talking of
building an itnai. me businemi block on
Main St., the building to include a new
public hall, or opera bouse.
—('lceland A Hal ston, make a magnifi
cent d. play of «ilver*vare. watches, canes,
etc., for the holiday*. Their new show
case It a beauty.
—><-< r«tary Windoin estimator that ('on
grc * will have to appropriate fcitl,4 28,(KSi
for the coming fisi-al year. Tho appropri
ations for the present year were I :123,495,
—The Niggel Bros' hardware -tore on
Je|r,-rM.u St.. was agaiu burgb-rized last
Saturday night. The thiejre* got in by
prying open the back door, and they took
:-ome revolvers, knirr« and fork*.
—A decision of a Federal Court, a few
•lays ago. gave a New York woman title to
a tiacl of Uud in West Virginia, nearly as
large a* IHtler co inty, and a linn of rail
road runs through it.
—Two Tareutuui men, named Dickey
and Busier have been granted a patent for
a plst'- gt.i 4 carrier which it ii claimed,
will sat e a large amount of dangerous In
—A ii upright f rand jury of Veuango Co.
ignorcil (he bill agaiust the editor of the
Kmlcut«:i V< ,r- (or »lealiug Jimmy Og
•leu - hors.- The idea of an inlitor stealing
wi. Ino ul.iird for a moment's considera
—ln the list of pensions, increases, etc.,
grautedlast week the following Butler coun
ty nanu s appear:—Sarah K , widow of
John Snialley, dee'd of Haxotihurg; Jessie
Jones, Ildliards; William Tuylor, I'or'er*-
—Mr. Wm. lteiching of tho Willard
IIoum; presented bis with a grand
dinner on Thanksgiving day. The bill of
fare was enough to make one'* mouth
wat«-r, and lb* occasion v as a very enjojra
-Mr. I. S. Kda'ards has purchased his
partner's inti-re. t iu the I'isli anil I'oullry
Market in the Brady buildiiig and i* now
conducting the bnxioctt* hiniM-lf. Try hi*
fn-ih fish. oy*ter*, egg* and poultry. They
are a!way* good
Thanksgiving day—Tliiirsday, Nov.
•*, tHKi—vaa our fir .t winter day, thi*
j-i-ar, anil the freeze of that night made
terrible road* n«**t day, The horses
of the delivery wagons hail to stop and rest
every .apiare or two Von will not remein
Iter tin* for a year.
-I de-iire to ei ure t*o I allies nml one
genlli man lo act a- solicitors for our pub
liratioa-. Will pay guaranteed .alary ol
from lifty to s« venty live dollar* per
month. M«tt deposit |IO to iu\ er costs of
sample*. Call on aw at l-owry.Hotwe,
Friday Dec. 0. W. A. Mt'Ci/UU.
! \ tj-Qg |,i|| vi ft,, found again-t Thoai
•' Lee for the murder at Evan - City.
y r c y. Boyd, the druggist, ha-» -e
--| -m,-- handsome toilet et», perfume
I for the holiday trade. They
' are all new and of the de igns made
- C. F. T. I'ap- .I Bro. have purcha ed
I -uiuie line silverware, jewelry, etc.. for the
' Holiday tra«le. lleail their local notice .
' and t A.- a bwik at their pretty how win
\ friend tell- in to advi e per on
trouble 1 with tooUi.M-lc- to n<e the follow
ill r aiple reme.lv Kab a little dry
' i|-ainiiie i n th.- part of the gnm; affected
an 1 the pi".i -vill be alli <■ liu .t few s• • ;
—At the meeting «»f Counril - Tu-- day j
eveninir Me -r Walter-, .Vlexanil.-r anil
Buff, wen- appointed a i-"ininittee on ox- |
j oneration- i'.il' -ggregating about j
s irere approved, n'- . th- >--.-n-tar) an i
j theri/'-d to adverti ■; for bid - for laying |
Ones more! Buy your Cliri.-tnia<
good -home. What'» the a*-- of your pack j
ing off to i'itt-burg or Allegheny to make |
small purchases, when you can buy just as ,
j cheaply at home? Do you maVe your in''ll j
jev in Pitt-l-nrg or Allegheny *Do the pe< :
plo of t!io'-e towns -p< nd any n oney in j
I Butlerf Not maeh!
j —lf a liiaa waats to go fa.:ter than an
other one ali. ai of him on the road he i
going, he h.i a right to pa* . anil it be i
prevented by the other, anil an accident
j houbl happen thereby, the man thin ob-
J ,-traeting the road i- re-pou ; ible f..r tln
damage done. No man has a right to iu
fringe upon the righi of other , however,
in trying to pa-
Toe new peddler's act prohibits the
hawking or neddlin? of foreign or dome tic
dry goods witlnat a liceme, except that
manufacturers may sell art'u-1 . of their
own manufaf tore without such licen::;.
I.ieen. e t» bawk and peddle can now only
be obtained through the courts ou accrtifi
catc from two physicians thai the appli
cant is unfit for manual labor.
—"The burnt child dreads the lir--
Joseph Fleming, the I'ittsburgwhi.ky sell
er, is not going to '-ml any more whisky
into Mercer or any other county e. o. d.;
he -.iys he wouldn't for ♦l'i'w a gallon. He
hasn't yet recovered from his fright at that
90 day* in jail to which be was sentenced
last January, and ne».t time the Supreme
Court might eland four to three in the
I com ai on sense interpretation of the law,
instead of three to four.—Sharon //< rtiUl.
—Tho "pig* in the clover'' puzzle has
been supplanted by a new puzzle that i-i a
cur'; test for one's ncrvi It eons-Ms of a
Uix 4x4 inches covered with glas --. On the
bottom m a spider's web designed with a
spot on each corner of different colors. A
small f.-lt wad corresponds with each spot
and the trick is to place the wad on the
cpot with the aid of a drop of quicksilver
that is in the box. It looks easy but wl =ti
tried it i' found that the quicksilveri very
—The -ea-ou for shooting partridges and
phea-.oils will expire before long. But
tridge-i can be killed up lo Dee. lo; pheas
ant- up to January 1; rabbits up to Janu
arv I. They are plenty this si-a oti, but
the la v i a good one that compel oh -er
van"- of what i j ile- igued to be u protec
tion of the game. So far but little game
ba-been killed this sea -m, whi'-h is all the
better, as next year there will b all the
hooting you may de are. The law i a
good one and we are glad to see it -i well
dor paper wa* made up rather hurried
ly la-t Wednesday eyening, and we print
eil thai night o a- to allow our cmpbiyecs
to have part of Thanksgiving day for a hoi
iday. In making up the third page the
firm nam.- of 1,. Stein d Son, which bad
been attached to an old ad was aecidently
allowed to stand, and il appeared in the
pap,-r tut recommending, the good* of an
other firm. 1,. Stein it Ron recommend
their own alone. They are close and
careful buyers, and their cloaks, dress
good . underwear, llannels and blanket
cannot l,e beat, for the price, iu Bntb-r.
-Somebody tried to burn the house of
Mrr. Bole, near the Orphan's Home, early
Monday morning, by vetting fire to il from
the outtiidc. Mr.-. Bole nro e about i-ix
o'clock tliut morning, and upon going to
the kitchen, di-eovcred that it was on fire
and gave the alarm Her hushuiid and
neighbors put out the lire, and as the
alarm hells were rung the lire companies
al o appeared upon the scene. Willi the
aid of some shaving , .ticks and oil the
would he incendiary, bad started a, lively
lire, and when it was discovered the nib
of the house win blazing.
—Dr. N. W. Van Km an, whose accidcn
tal death we noted last week. Was about
63 year- of age, and was well known iu
the northwestern part of tho county. A
letter Irom Centralia, Va. to the C.rove
City Trtipit"ur, gives the particulars of the
accident as follows. "He left home Fri
day about 10 o'clock, was driving diag
onally across the track when a fait through
train overtook atld crushed the horse and
carriage, lie. was carried about fcixty feet
before being thrown to the side of the
road. His body was not niaugled, but his
head was cut about the face. Death unit
havo been in '.aiit.aucoin for liiui who has
been so great a sufferer ill life.
—A. T. Scott, lw|. who read law with
MeJaukiu A tialbreath and whi wa* ad
milted to the Bar last May a year ago, ami
John B. Wilson, Esq. who read under
("ha*. McCandless, anil who has just been
admitted, have entered into partnership
under the firm name of Scott A Wilson,and
have opened an office at No. M, South
diamond St. Mr. Scot I was born and
rained in Arm-irung county and while
reading law here suppoiied himself hy
teaching school. lie applied himself dili
gently, and when he left the office of his
preceptor* was considered by them to be
unusually well posted for a young man.
lie j* a man of good mind, and good cdu
cation and hi<; reputation for honesty and
integrity ia above reproach. Mr. Wilson,
i- a on of James Wilson, Esq. of Franklin
twp. 18-U a studious and industrious
young man, of good character, and starts
in life with the good will if all who know
A number of Jokes on tin- condition of
of our Main St., have been perpetrated of
late—Htich as "Hogs delight," "could be
traversed by ships of medium size" "Mud
lake," "rival of lake Chautauqua," "ought
to make Butler a fashionable summer re
sort," etc.; hut the greatest disgrace to the
town at pre-ent is the condition ol the
sidewalks of its principal street, for the
reaion that, the Council has the power to
make people do their duty in that line
and do nol do so.
This town inu-t Lart a ytcni of SeWcr
a/e next rummer, cost wh.it it may, and
the .ootier the Council begin to consider
plans and specifications for it, the better;
tho paving of our principal streets should
follow; lnit the sidewalks and cro-sings
could and *ltniild tie maintained at all
i times, Everybody ii ' * the sidewalks in
goinif to and from his or her bu in. ami
everybody should lie made lo do hi i or her
Watch for early arrivah of Hol
iday (iooilri at Nicklo'H Five (,'ent
Store— there will bo special liargainn,
they will not liiHt, yon can not Imy
i i elsewhere for double our price, nee.
ing is believing—ilon't pay one dol
i lar, fur what you euo buy for lifty
, coutH Who ih
IW. M. NlOKtiß?
Oil Field Note^.
The monthly oil report a' publir-bed in
Ibe Oil City ItrrricL show:- only a flight
iiicreifc in Df.v u«>rk but an inorea.-e- iu
new production of nu.if than 2.2("t. Thi
nearly all come* from Bntb-r tnd the
Xctviith landing the decline of Jeffer -.n
Centre and the unfavorable outlook at
Myoma. Butler count) di.<w a now pro
ductiou of 1.C72 barrel from .">7 well.-, fi\.-
of which were diy. This is an increase of
SOlt barrel., nv«r October, with a detTOHj'.-
of six completed well The hundred font
I ti-iritory is responsible f'»r thi - remarkable
-bowing. This territory is uniformly good,
j and more prodaction may lie looked for.
Anion:' oiV-r surprise; for the month
I ju I ended, the fluffy .1 Chartier's Oil Com
' pany's <?trike on the Burton farm in th.-
' r.nffy end of the B.ikerstowo ba-iu. i > p-r
iiap- the nio.-t i-on pit-uou--. Tlie exact 1"
! i-aliim of the Burton well is I, WO feet from
the well on the little (Jeorge Hay* farm,
I drilled upward ol'tiro years ago, anil .the
| direction is northeast. The well on the
! little George Hays farm was itsolf some
' liiing »>f a irpri«- in that it soetned to
I represent a detached pool, separate and
j apart from tie* wells ol* the Gold develop
lin -nt being cnt off, - .to peat, from re
lat ion .hip with the Gold wells by inter
pn-iug <li. . «-lI •on the Trimble farm. Tin
liurton well i flanked on two id> witti
dry hole; , if there should l>e coclt a thing
a in outlet it inu-t aecc-vitlly be to th.-
northwest In thi connection it migLt
Uol be ami - not to 10-«; sighl of the la l t
th it Baker-down p...<| are notoriously in
V CSASIJO .I.VD ( LAI:t".V.
Venango, usual, .-how a 1 .»riitiui J
bor of wells completed with but little pio j
■taction. I'lea aiitville, Kmlentoii au.l j
IlaH'o Hun furni .he i the bulk of operation j
although more or I.drilling was done iu
every section of the i onnty. The n pori
-hows lfcfi wells completed which have a
prodnction of!H:j barrels, again-t 180 com
pleted in October with a production of
1,103 barrel -.
In Clarion but a few wells were com
plet&l and the »o are not of enongh impor
tance to speak of.
Th<- new wells coinplot'-d in Butler Co ,
with their production nr.- put a-, follows:
Farm. Owner. fro.
Slater, .Seybert Ilro . _•">
Coyle, Fisher Oil Co. 4 To
Login-, Itifllips 3 1-
Jno Rodger*, Itraneh Cre.!,- Oil Co. I . dry
A. B. McKain, Brown A Co. 1 *
I tarn hart, Buchanan it Co. I ■<
J. iiromiield, Jenningd: Co. ii 3o
do Frederick A Venaol .j 1.1
John IJbick, S. I'. 0. Co. 7 10
A. Block, d.. 2
do do 1 ■»
do d'i r», 10
Fletcher, Moore <t Co. 1 1"
Kllenberg'-r, Kllenbi-rger I
Bower*. Win. Bowers
Kider. Dart »l- Tarno I
Bankin, Voting »t Co. I -j
do do ....*.
do Farmers' Oil Co ■"»
Burton, Charticrs Oil <"o ".
11. Flack. do 3.1
Montag, Kecfer A Co. t W
Greenert, Campbell it Murphy 5
Gun-t, Jefferson Oil I'o. 'J To
Sheets, I'hillipi Bros. I 'J>
(iuii't, Thompson ,1 Co. 1 7">
do Chrintie A Co. 1 17
M. U-aii, Hoffman .1 «'o. I'Ht
do do 1 10
ilo ilo 5 - r >o
Kadi r, l.'lnrk <!' Co. li 2
Marshall, Sutton A, Cliri .lie 3.
Wahl, ('ampbell A Co, 4 - 1 ".
Mi l.ane, llundreil Foot oil Co. 3. . .
Graham heirs, Bellows, Graham & Co. I 10
Aikin, Golden it Co dry
Montag, Campbell it Murphy 2 I"
Boggn, A. A. Bcideeker 20
Slalom, I'billip 11 2"i
do do 12 <r.
Win. tlohriiij', l*hillipH 13 dry
Pfeiler, do II 10
<lo do 10
Young, do 2 drv
Buncaii, Cranberry Oil Co. 'J s
Davis, Fishel Oil Co. 1 - r >o
S. Balfouer, It. W. Miller A Co. 3 20
Irwin, B. Forelit Oil t'o. 2 drv
11. Welsh, Christie Bros. 3 40
J. Welsh, Hazel ton, V'onng A Co. 1... 40
Bolton, Ituff A Co. 1 30
Bolton, Hundred Foot Oil Co. 2 1"'
Ila/lett, Abrames, Walker A Co. I 3O
Atubersoii, 11. W. Christie A <!o. 2 l->
Amber on, tireenlee A (Jo. 0
Montag, Campbell A Murphy 4 30
The total number of wells drilling iu the
county i t put at. 132, and new rig" lip at 77.
The Chartier Oil.Co' . well on the Bur
ton farm, in Middb- ex twp. was opened
Wednesday, and proved to he u regular
gusher, starting off at 50 bids an hour, or
about 1200 a day, and licit da) was doing
2Ti an hour, and flowing toady. The oil
wa found in third -and.
The Butcher.' Oil Co. well ou the Kioh
aril son, Bukerntow n field, was shot, Tluir
day, and started off at 50 bl.l au hour, but
toon declined to lo bid an hour.
The well owned by Brandon, llyer; . Ited
Ick, Oiler, Brbcknoy, und Colbert, on the
J. W. Brandon larm in (.'ontioqueriemiiig
twp. came iu good this week, and . tarted
off at 120 bbls a day.
Wile A Co' -, well on the old Gerloch iu
X. W. corner of Butler twp , one mile thi
, ide ol Mt. Chc-.1uu1., has been drilled
through the 100 foot They found plenty
ol sand but it was too close, ami also had
plenty of salt water They will drill to
the third sand
The Kidimick well on the Sam'l Weber
farm in Forward iwp. is aid to lie dry.
The Well on the llan'l Cable farm iu Con
uiM|ueiies,<iug i s reported good.
A well i,i being drilled on the 11. T.
Morrill near Buyers, and a rig i l np on the
J. J. Beideeker and B. B. (.'ampbell got
a good welhin Marshall twp. Allegheny
Co. yeiterd ly.
A well is being drilled oil Hie WV.I,
Douthett farm adjoining Kroivn: dale.
Serious Atutlden t.
When l'rothoiiotary Jno. W. Brown, en
tered the Court House, Thursday morning,
there was no ice whatever on the side
walks or step i of the building, but about 8
o'clock that morning a light rain began
falling , and shortly after the . idewalk i of
the whole town were covered with a thill
coat of ice. The walks and steps of the
Court House were particularly dangerous,
and Mr. Brown not knowing this, ami hav
ing occasion to go thp I'. O. started down
the front steps at hi > usual gait, when he
slipped ami fell headlong their entire
length, receiving an ugly gash In the chin,
and bruising his knee, lie became uncoil
Kciotls ami remained so for an hour. Ho
wa< carried into his office, uud Dr. Hoover
sent for, who sewed up the wound, and af
lor coining to, wa.i helped to hi. Ironic.
'in Wednesday of this week Mr. W. J
Campbell, of Miller-down, a brother of
Dean Campbell, of Butler, and a <m of
Win. J. Campbell, ilecea ed, of Middh .-i
Twp., purchased the hardware lore of
Berg it Cypher. He will lake po cssioli
on the Ist of January next.
Santa Clans' Headquarter.-'.
Full lino of Mueicul InHtrumontM,
Violins, OuiUrri, Month Org&tirt ,
Mimic I'oxoi, Horns, Poll I'ianoH,
for the IfolidnyH, nt
J. F. fl\ Srrnr.K'K.
—Artiefn inatcriulrt u hjiociulty at
J. 11. UoUULAHb'.
The Docem'ter (Quarter Se ion- met.
■ Monday afterT'ooii,'with Jad?e McUichael
Some petition were prevented, i note
of which i.' below.
The constables were called and their re
ports read. A few of the report arc jot
'in the po- ;-ion of the t'onrt
The ;Tand jury was then called into the
j hot, l»r. J. SI Lieehncr w.n M-Ii ■ ted n
foreman, the) were in Iructcil a- to their
dutic- and up to VVedne day evenini' have
made tlie lollowinif return^:
i.k I.MI Jl'tf I'ii.n EKIilNi.-.
The, lolloivioi.' indii tiiieiit have been
i di.-po ed "1" by the (.'rand jnr>
! CominonTiealth v
j 'i 1,,, Lee, indicted for luuidi r and inait
( laughter, on oath of fountv detective—a
) 1 1 lie bill.
In.irry Fair, ,i ault and hatu ry. on oath
Of XT n. ITovi -a true bill.
Al Mitchell, larceny- -a true bill.
Frank liroau. a.~sault and battery—a
IT. 1). Ri* -, larceny- a true bill.
S iTevil:-. assault and battery—not a
true bill and county to pay cont -
Win. Straw ick. felouioti-; afsanlt —a true
Jacob Hoffman, adultery—.t true bill,
tials- Eyth. carrj-ing concealed weapons
—a true bill.
.lames I:, (irover, larceny aud receivinfr
-■tolen pood.-'.—a trne bill.
Frank Fair, Harry Fair, Tlmma - Lee and
•laines Kimmel. riot—a true bill.
licorge Ilall and I (avid Harvey, larceny
—« true bill.
I'eter MeCaffcrty, furni. lung li![Uoi- to a
man of known intemperate habit-—not a
true bill and county to pay cm ts.
CLari. s lU-nry l .rc-ny -a trio- lull.
Klinei and Dao'l Cousin ! , larceny uot a
«'ol. Ifi-iHe s.,|d the fi.llowini' propertie:,
I hi.- week
All the riprlit, title and intcre l
Oi l. A Oavid.son in 100 acres in Slip
pvtryrotk to Josiah Adann for $3,31H1.
Of 11. F. Fiekhardt in lot in Harmony
lH>niiif.'h tn Amos Aeperter for SI<WI.
Of John ijillespie in 115 acres in lloneeal '
I i i 'half MeOuire for $3,100.
The writs on the A. J. Kvans, John Mr
Wahan, l». If. Al worth, Obe Cratty, l>enni
Shields and Milo- Shields properties were
returned, and the other ale ■ adjourned
until to day.
The Tteatty farm in llercer Tp. a 01.l |
at trrKtce' .»le. Tuemla.',. to E. \ llcutly
fo" S .V. It oiilaincd 4'_'3 acre
< ONSTA I;Li- ' BKT l ltss.
Ti.e con-taldc ol Adams Tp. reported
thai the I*. <t \V. E. I.'. train obstructed
the public road cros linfr at Calb-ry.
The constable of hams t'ity reported
that the countv bridge there need) repair
'l'ha *1 oUhlitble of Me Ice I Tp reported
that the road from Win. Coueu'a line to
•laniCK Kerr's line is not wide . tlie
fence having been run out into the ditch
by Thompson Kyle.
The constable of Jackson 'I p. reported
that the roiul leading from Harmony rood
lo J. M. Wilcou'a farm i.-> in bad condition.
The constable of ilrady 'l',,, reported
uliai aeveral i-nlverts in that Tp. were in
Tho<o con table ret urns upon which
the Court will make pecial order are yrt
in his po :sc ion.
Mi l KK
The entente- of John t',aui|tbell, ol
Allegheny,,convicted at Sept. Ses inn.s of
stealing money from John Stewart, ilcc'd,
of ICvan.i City, wa . uspendeil till March.
The case vs. John Vojrle, for t.ealiiiff a
do?, was settled.
Jno K Kerr was discharged from jail un
der the insolvent lawf, also lirinton Me
Kllcn Eoot has applied for a divorce
from Andrew VV. Ifoot.
t \ ilaled ease bn"? been lli.nle of the ca c
of the i ouiity Vs. Orphans' Farm School al
Zclieuoplc lor tan s.
On Monday John I' Wilson aud Jauie
M. lliitchisou were worn iu a iiieiiibcr.: of
the Hutler Co. Mar.
A petition «as presented to Court, Wed
m "day, praying lor the appointment of
aii Uurge.s.i of Evan • City, and
the appointment win made.
Wednesday afternoon the accounts ol
the an pre ciilcil were confirmed
i,in, also the ShcrifTs deed , road report •
and widows' appraisements
Maude I: Williams petitioned for main
Oil petition of the Ear, J. N. Moore,
l'ir'|., was appointed Court Auditor.
A. li. Eowaer, K-«|., was appointed
auditor on th" Jacob Schelly estate.
The cane Vs. David McCandb-.-.' iv.c el.
lied, he I o pay DoraSmitli f17.1 and (rive
The ca. e vEllsworth Itrown was con
J. l>. Marshall, Esip, was appointed
auditor on the estate of 11. 11. tileuu, and
J. V. Moore. Em|., on the estate of .1. \
The i.alc made by the overseers ot
Summit Tp. of the MeMillin property was
(i.C. Mc.liilikin and wife have broUfrbt
nil v.. the I'. I;. I£. for damage
Chri.. Klioger wa.. di .charged from jail
under the in advent debtor' law; al si \ J
Aiken and J. 11. Elder
Harry lirieb's suit ys. (leorfre Curry win
nun pro cied for want of a declaration; also
ull. of Forsyllie va. Ilyerly for -ame
lit the ease of W. C. 'l'liompson v. . It.
Crawford et. al., a wa enlered
ami a partition directed.
C. A. I'errottii, of Slipperyrocl. Tp., win
/ranted his liual naturalization papers.
Letters of administration were (rrauted
lo If. M. l'lilteraou on e'tatc of Jin.
of Centre Tp.; also to Klla Abraiu; on
e late of Win. J. Abi'anis, of Forward Tp.
The viewers on the opening of Illuff St.,
Hutler, reported last Saturday in favor ol
opening the Htreet from Clay St. to W
I'carl St., and that Ily Wa/ner was en
titled to no damage i oil account of the ail
valilajOM equaling the value of the ground
lal.eu. The viewer on the opening of Clay
St. reported in favor of openiii;' it wc.it
ward to Che tnut St., takiuK a trip lOx 300
feet front Ily Wairner, and allowed him
fo'iO ilamai'c, and as led Michael
Audre.WH 11' Si on one piece of properly and
(iO oil another; they al -o a c • ,eil the
property of Walter Craig ♦SO and the prop
erty of Mrs. Mai'i'urcl Spauc +75.
The liraud Jury liuislnil '.loir work,
Thursday noon and adjourned. Their• pre
enluieni is shori, they found every lb in/
iu pretty good hape, recommended some
trifling improvements, reported a bridge
ill Oakland twp. as unsafe, and returned
thanks to the public olllecrs lor courtesie
I.ATK PBOI'KUTV TUAMMVKIIN.
W I. Lawrence to Jenny Coulter, lot in
Centreville lor #l5O
Henry Eape by Kx'r to Daniel Slaulb-r,
lot. in /idieuople for I l .05ii.
('nth Daiiibiich to Win li Damhach, Is
acres in Couuoipiencii ting for 11,.'.00
,1 M (ircer to J K ISrahani, lot in Hutler
Ily Young to Maria Kirchner. lot iu
I'ronpeet for ♦WHI.
C M KIIIIIUIIIIKOII to II Kirchner, I I acres
iu Franklin for t1,750.
Jno (lillespie to C II Mcliuirc, lot acres
iu Donegal bir ifsooo.
Win. 11. Voting Forward tp
Nora Martin Kvana City
Wm. 11. K0rn..... WestSutibury
Julia Yeager Summit tp
At Heaver August C. I torn bolt, of
Beaver Co., and Liz/ie Kiler, of Cranberry
Santa Claus' Headquarters.
Tool-chests, Blocks, Combination
Building Blocks, Nino-pin Sets and
Toy TrtirrLa. at
J. F. T. BTEIII.E'S
Flush A IbtintM for <><) cents at
Solid Gold Spectacles,
From four dollars up ut
C. F. T, I'AI'R BIIO'H.
Flannels, Blankets and Yarns are the
beat goods iu tin? market lor service
autl durability. We have them.
L. STEIN At SON.
'L'ry to induce y< ur neighbor lo
take TUK CITIZEN.
Suicide of R. E. Muder.
Mr. 11. K. Muder, the harne-s maker,
formerly of Saxoulmrg. hut who l'<<r . ouie
v< ;»r - lia lived in Tareutnin. iiNßiaitliMl
suicide by . hootiiif! him -. It a low day - ago.
Ho u.wi 110 year •"1 age, u.i married aud
hail four children, and \va buried at Sax
' onbur? The Natrona /'.«« j'ives the
! following particular*.
<>n the inornin," of the uicide lie ■ >-tn< <l
worried al><>ut leather he hail pur
cha ed. and ■ lit one ol his employees out
to find the gentleman of whom he had or
dered the He idso wrote a letter
. onntermanding the order anil sent it to
the piMtoffice with one of hi; children.
Shortly" after the rhild ii id departed he
ot-nt another tn tell him tn bring the letter
hack The letter was mailed, however,
and when tin* children cauie back and
talil him, he »aid it did not make any dif
fercnee. Soon alter this he told his wife
that as he did not feel well he would go to
hi* loom and take a sleep, and that "after
awhile'' she might come lip and wake
him. About 9 o'clock she called him, bnt
he .-aid he would sleep awhile longer. In
an hour she again went to his room, when
he told her not to worry him. that he was
uot feeling well.
She then left him and bail been down
-tuirs but a .-.linrt time when she beard the
report of api -to!. She and her brother,
Emile Stark, on ru hing up to his room,
found him lying on the floor dead, with a
bullet hole in hi right temple, and a re
volver lying at his -ide. As soon as it be
came known on the . trect that Mr. Muder
had hot liini elf, James A. Dnnlap tele
graphed Coroner McDowell, aud received a
reply telling liiui to act K foreman of the
jury, and i'et 'Si|nire Feancd\ to bold the
Mi (.'urn Fallon, ol Illinoi ,i i the pile t
of Mr >. W. r. Turner
Valentine lliei»«.-r, ol Clearfield T..p , ha
been granted a pen ion
Mr Fred Can .her, of Washington
•t , Mr Howard Tbouije on of N Mchcan
>l and Mr- W. • Negley, of \\ I'eail
-i , nre on the ick li.-l
Mr. II. HI;, iliaj and Mi Mary \Vi< I
daughter of.l. S Wick, will be married
Mi . A. A. Couchcr. of Km Ii I. has patent
'•1 an elect air burglar alarm.
Mr. < X. |:nyj, the druggi.it, ami Mi
Harnett, of' Washington, Fa . a daughter ol
Dr. Harnett, 111 Washington and Jell'crsoii
t 'ollege, were marrii d in U'« hinglon yes
terdajr (Tliur dav). and "ill hold a recep
tion at their home on K Hiamond St.. to
day, Friday. We heartily congratulate
I lie happy couple.
S. Campbell llntchi-oii, K-<| , of North
Washington, was in 1 Sutler last week, at
tending to nine bn im Mr. 11. has not
had the lie tof health of l.ile, and i - eldom
away from borne.
Ml. .icll. liitrlni 1 1 liai ln eli appointed to
position in I In- Auditor (Sencrul's otlire at
Harrisburg, inntle vacant bv the death ol
Major.lamps It. Storey.
11. 11. lioneller. Ksi| moved into bis
new hou e, Tuesday.
Mr Col. Ifeilic is on the . ick liit.
I.'. C. Mc I lily re'., new boil e mi Institutc
Hill, is alino. t completed, and they expect
lo move into it. next week.
Mr Kale Ha. lon Smith i visitiug
friend at Kureka, We t \'
Mr. and Mi .1. F. Lowry, will hold a
rcceptiou ill flie parloi of the hotel this,
Samuel McClvmoml of Duller i • ■
riou ly ill
The annual meeting of the Butler
County and liorotiK)■ Teachers' In
stitute will bo 1,e1.1 in the Court
House ul Butler from December lli
to 5J<», I HMD, beginning at IO:.'Kl a ni.
Dr. N. C. Sli seller, Kutzlowti. Pa.
Miss Lolla Partridge, Beading, Pa
Prof. (Jeo. K. Little, Washington,
Dr. Albert K. Maltby, Millersville,
Prof C. K. fleblie, Chicago, 111.
Monday—Heo. I!. Lilile, '• Forms
and Faces in Chalk anil Charcoal."
Tuesday—l >r. J amen Medley," No."
Wednesday— Dr. Iledley, "Fail
ure and Succeaa."
Thursday—Hon. Chin. 'IV Sleek,
"The Hero, Beeogni/.cd and Puree
Direetora' day, Wednesday, begin
ning at 10:.'»<> a in Teaeli'TH and
Director* can procure programs and
exeurHion tickets by calling on the
secretaries of their reapectivo lioardis.
W. (}. lit ssK.t.t,, Co. Supt
K MACKEV, Bor Supt.
—J. .1. Ileilier, tlie drover, wauls
all farmers and FitoekraiHern to know
that he Klill deuln iri ntock of all kiudH.
Any perrtoiiM having anv to Hell
bIIOIIIII addrcHH him liock liux
Hutler, Pa., or leave with Jacob
Iteiber, JederHOli St.
—Subscribe for the (JIII/KN, the
oldeht Hepublii.au paper of the ciouity
For the next aixty days, in order
lo reduce our Block, we will quote
Hpi oiul low priccH on ull our atovk.
We have on handu thirty bed room
aetn ranging from $lB to slfi() per
Thirteen upholHtored parlor Hiiiln
ranging from s:tf> to $ I , r io per fliiit.
Parlor htandH from s2,fio to $1(1.
liOtinirea from s2,f»o to $2. r >.
Mat rticka from to
Tableii from sl.'2. f » toslo.
Waah-Htanda from $2 to SIM.
liurvaua from to $25.
Seta of ehuira from s2.7filosll> |Mir
SooretarioH from $lO to $lO.
KUHV cliaira, handHomn pictureß,
room ornamentH, etc., any of which
would make both UHefnl and appropri
No. I'J, Jell'erMOn Si,. liuller, Pa.
—Our Httli-M ol HroadelothM, Flan
nel Suiting* and ItrenH (Joodn hayo
been larger lliiH HCUHOU than ever.
Large Btockn and low pricen do the
Ij. Stkin it Son.
—Home trudeH are ullccled by tho
iiuuneial condition of the country, und
otbera hy the prevailing Sty lew; hut an
everybody inUHt have Htoven, the
trade in them regularly
with the population. For a clean,
neat, durable utovo or rauge, try one
of (/'hrint Stock'h Mlaa-Kn and you
will have DO other. They are the bent
heatcrH and bakern in the market;
thoy are up to the tiincH and ('hrUt'ri
trade in them haH IncreuHod with tho
population of the town.
liny your lilanket*, Flannels, I trews
(joodrt, C'loaku and Underwear at tho
Now York Itazaar, you will Havo
—The latent htylew ol haiH and
capHjudt received at
.1. F. T. Stui
—A. No. I. all IIIIHIC mattrcHH, guar
anteed, not mixed with oxceleer at a
lower figiiro than can ho had olho
where in Ibitlcr, at Miller llroH',
furniture wtore. No. 19 Jefferson St
Kxceltdor Pitmen lor IHWO at
I Cliriftttuiis IM what wislt
I you in atlvance anil il v«»u wish
|to add lo the pleasure ol a
! friend by making a
CI 11! I ST.M AS
present, we think \<>u will In
sure t > lilid just what H vvanS
t d ut our store. We do uot
have any old stock, hut even
; thine i* new and Iresh
AND A HAPPY
combination of design and liu
ish is seen in all our selections.
We will be pleased to have
you visit our store, examine
our goods, compare our prices 1
and see if we do not save you
money, Do not wait until the 1
cotnes to turn a new leal and ;
say you will not spend so much !
money, hut save it now in pur
chasing Holiday Good* «»f
C. N. liOYD, Druggist.
Diamond Block, Butler, Psi.
PartiiM, to io\< I uiniicy. Certain
to bring fair return-', are invited lo care
fully investigate fbe iaduct uo iits offered
'by Till: BCTLKIi SALT MAM FAC
TrKI.Vt; COMPANY AMI CHEMICAI.
WORKS." The .stock con i tn of S.liiMl
i bares, the par value ol which i.j f*i<l
For the further developing of the work •
•nine of thi • stock i ' put on the market
For prici aud particulars impure of
,lAM 1' HIIITTAI!(, Hntlcr I'II
«IIFI. C ON LIIUIIIOIIIL
A bargain for Karoiors.
We lake plea-lire in iiiforuiiug our lead
ers that TIIK onto FA KM F.K, which haa n
national reputation HH the leading ngricul
lural journal of this country , i-; offered lot
lb.- icniainder of tin ■ year and all ol next
for OJI/I/ mit tliillar. Ii very large cireula
lion, unw numbering over ixty live thou
sand . lib criliei . going to every stiile ol'
the I nion, and its liberal .-ulvertising pat
roiiage, enables it. publishers to give to
the farmers of thi i country one of the very
be.it. most cuterpri. iug. reliable aud in
structive agricultural, live stock and fain
ily journals in America at the very low
price jif only one dollar per year. TIIK
OB to FAIIMKI: is publihed :il Cleveland,
Ohio, is national in everything except in
inline, is alO page til column weekly ol'
.12 issue i a year, and ii acknowledged au
thority on all agricultural subject - » II i>
conducted by an able and experienced ed
itorial management that spares no expense
or labor to add everything possible to its
value. Specimen copy ami I'rcmiuin l.i<t
will lie sent free to all applicants by ad
drc:-ting TIIK OHIO' FANMIII Cleveland,
We have made . ucii arrangements with
the publishers of the above named journal
a i will enable in to send it to all prepaid
aih.'cribers for au additional H.I els. I'cr
•on:: ft isliiug the Cl l IZK.v aud Farmer call'
secure both lor s2.per year, and those of
our sub."cribcrs who have already settled
Willi u.> for the current year, can secure the
I'arioer I>j sending u. the additional Ku ls.
Our grocer i are paying 'jrtc for butter
ami eggs, .'lO to 40 lor apples, 4f» to fiO lor
potatoes, 'tn for turnip , oft for parsnips, fin
lor on ion.i and carrots, loc for dressed
chielsei), 4*l for live chicken I'..'} for ilres<
ed turkey, and Me for live, I fit) to 1 7"i lor
hand picked beans, 'Jj tor buckwheat Hour.
tiood timothy bay : ell in Hutler at 7 f<o
to H no a ton.
Timothy bay from country wagons $lO
lo sl2, mixed hay 7.50 lo fs, bran Ml.
bnr.vu middlings I'J.SO, white middlings
I.'i.So, wheat hi to si;, rye SO to out i 24
to 'JS, '.belled Corn 40 lo 42, car corn : •H lo
11, clover seed J. 10, tiiii ol by I lo I .So,
buokwheat flour 2( to J'..
I'ctatoeH on track Its to -Ii", retail 40 lo
'io, apples comnioli |l to 1.2S per bid,fancy
1.7S to 2.50, live chickens 35 to So a pair,
ducks CO to 70, live turkeys !l lo 111, ilrci :
cil turkey and duck IH lo I I
Hutter choice country roll IS to Hi, lan
ey IM to 20, hand picked beans 2.10, cider
-I to 4.50.
Strictly fre b eggs 25 to 20, leathern US
to lio, cabbage It to S, onions tin to OS, tor
nipi 1.2S to 1.50 a bid, honey I I lo IS.
cite aunt I !f."i a bll, Walnuts 40 in SO.
l/nall I 25 a iloz, plica ant i 4.50 a do/,
rabbit ii a pr, gray s.piirrel 1.2S a do/ j |
IIKIlB'l) T.M.AML LIVR STOCK
At llcrr's Island, Monday, beeves old
at. 'A lo S, as to condition, bulls aud dry
cows at. U toll, veal calves at 0 to 111,
heavy calves .'! to I, I'i or old fre h cows
r::s to I F,
Sheep obi at 4 to s,[yearling i -H lo :.J,
spring lambs S to lit.
Country hogn were wholesaled ai ::f to
II.HO, while the better grades were retailed
at I to Ij.
At the Fa l lalMirty yanbi lockers
brought 2} to ■!, leedcrs 2.15 lo :t<.
111 K till. M AKKKT.
Closed Monday al I 0-1, Tuesday at I nSJ,
Wednesday at 1.04 J.
The exports of bread ilull's for Septum
her amounted to slO,4fi.">, 170 as compared
with fn,123,409 for Sciileiiiber of lßfiK, for
the nine months, $t»2,02R,C14, against ♦HS,
532,0211 for the corresponding lime of IHHH,
an increase of #7,11!1fi,015.
The imports of sugar, iiiolasses, sugai
candy and i-onfectionery for Sinitember
amounted to #5,127,551, against ♦.1,611,710
lor September of IHHH; for the nine mouths,
i'77,15.1,1H5; against, tii.i.l'Hl.llo lor the
same period in IHHH, au increase of till,
(>5,'1,775. The imports of wool, hair of the
alpaca gout and other like animals, aud
manufactures for September were vain
i d f5,215,421. against f 1,001,7.'10 lor Sen
tember ol° 1H8H; for nine months, :|.5H,47H,
272, against +So,;t7n,'JH4 for the correspond
lug time of IHHH, au increa e of ifH,|Oi,2HH
lliilutb is said to have shipped out about
1,000, 000 bushels wheat last week, billed
through lo I'nglaiiil via lluftnlo ami l!o:
S.'itila (Watts' Ilcad(|iiarlorH.
Foil lino ol I'aby DOIIH, llobliy
liorrieH, Shoo IlioM, Liviiry-HtnlileH, for
tlio Ifoli<laym. at
J K. T. Sl'Klir.K 'H.
I ><> IIH The largest aHrtortioent in
Piiitler. Bisque Dolls,
I >«>|lH Wnahahlo Dolls, Jointed
Dolls, YVa* ami Rubber
1 >ollM Dolls
Make your |»urchus«-i now
I >(> IN and avoid tliu holiday
D. T. PAPE,
Is S Main St.
ol Irene .leromo'H art books. For
sale at DOIHII.AHK'.
OK. It. CLAKK,
Specialisl in the trcalinent of (Jliroiiic
Diseases, can be eotiHiilted, Iroo of
At MillerHlown, Contrul Hotel,
Saturday, Dec. I F
At Butler, Lowry Mouse, Monday
and Tuesday, Dee. 11l anil Pi.
At drove City, Filer House, Wed
nesday, Dee. IH
Kxaroiuo our Hloek o( Cloaks
aud WrapH before |iurehasinK- We
caii i>avi> you from two to three dol
lars on each garment.
1 1. STKIN AL SON.
—"City ijegoudtt," a new book of
l>oema by Will Carlntoo, at
J. U DOUIU.A»S'
TP W-M m K»'WS m
S- «9H IS JBLT JHEDB 9
Special Mourning Hats and Bonnets, Grapes
and Nuns Veiling always ready for use.
TSTo- 18. South Alain Street* - - - HUTJLER* I? A.
Santa Claus' Headquarters.
Books, Albums, Cards, (iaiucs and
.l. F. T. STEHLE'S.
lu Lace, Silk, Mull and Swias; alao
Mufliers in great variety at
D T. PAT-K S
8, 8, 8, K,
Not the kind of you buy
elsewhere at 8 cent?; bnt th.* very
best mukea at
RITTER .t H ALSTON'a
We have the b«ht 2f>c wool and .
Cashmere boae for Ladles' UenTT nmt - '
children in tin- e.uiiiu al the New
Santa (11 a us' I leaili|U:i i tei ->.
Toy St'.vcft ami Hansen, kitchen
Si " ert and lablcri lit
J P T STUII-R'S
Don't buy ura|> until vml have
e\amiurd our immense ;jto< k and
learned our astonishingly low prices
We are overstocked on certain atylea
and are 3elling them below roat.
1,. STEIN .V SON
10, 10, 10, 10,
Clnlt'.renV woolen school mittens al
10 ceiita ai
KITTEK IV BALSTON'S.
See the new Vandykf Point
Lnce iu White, Black and Cream ut
11. STEIN .V SON'S.
The Fiost Blankets in America.
Saininl Bradley Sins, il f»0 per
BITTER .V It ALSTON'S.
—Oyer a hundred atylea ol wool
dress irooda ai 'ific per yard at the
New York Bazaar.
A full line of winter glovea, nt
low prices, nt
.1 F. T STEIILE'S
Highest cash price paid for buck
wheat at (Jeo, Walter's Mill, But
C loa k u
Plush Coats and .laekota, Fino cloth
.Jackets and Newmarketa, Stockin
nette Jacketa, Misaea' and Childreua'
.Wrapa, Latest atylea ami best made
goods. We guarantee to nave you
money on tlieae good a
L. STEIN it SON.
Mann(actured to order and received
by express every day at
HITTER <FC RAI.HTO.N'H
Try the New York Ba/.iar lor you
DrcHH Good*, Clouks, Underwear and
general drv goods. Yon wi'l aave
Our Elegant Assortment of Vaaea,
Cups and Saucers. (Jlassware. .tc Ac
D. T PAHE,
Santa Clans' 1 readquarlors.
Toys, Drums, Horns, Money-aafea,
Cars and Engines, for tlie Holidays,
ut ,1. F. T STEIII.E'H
New Black und Colored Silks,
Satin BhadamoH, Satin DeLuxons,
Surahs. Moires, (Iroa (Bains and
Failles, Is-st makes and warranted to
wear, prices lower than elsewhere at
L STEIN A. SON'S.
I .a Porle
Country llannels, are dandy goods,
Vmi will find a full line at
HITTER <FC BAI.STON'K.
Who has flee II our immense slock,
knows that we carry the largest,
finest and lowest priced stock in the
county. Anyone who has not, can
be convinced at once by calling al.
BITTER AC BAI.STON'.S
b'or Holiday Presents at
C F. T PAI'E fi Bun's,
Santa Clans" Headquarters.
Sleds, Dolls, Carriages and Mil
lens for the Holidays at
,1. F. T. STEMLE'S.
—Trade at llie New York Bi/.iar
and save money
100, 100, 100, too,
Come iu and see our SI.OO black silk;
a wonderful bargain at.
BITTER AT. BAUJTON'H
Buy your Holiday Hoods at the
New York Bazaar We sell at pop
ular low prices
For the Holidays,
Full Hue of Jewelry at
C. F T. PAI'E A Bito'a
Finest line of Pur Mull's and Boas
ever shown in this city. All quali
ties and prices at
L. STEIN AT SON'S.
Dress makers and buyers concede
that our broadcloth gels away with
ull others in price, quality aud style,
at BITTER A RALSTON'S.
f>o doz. kid gloves at Mlc a pair at
the New York Bnzanr.
—Consult your own interests and
examine our stock of furniture, uphol
stered suits, chairs, mattresses, etc.,
liefore purchasing. MII.LEII BRO'S.,
No. I'J, Jefferaon St.
Large stock of Umbrellas in Mo
hair, (Jloria and Silk with gold, sil
ver aud natural handles for holiday
trade at L. STKIN .T SON'S
no, 50, r>o, 50,
IJO mulls al f.O cents; the bent you
ever saw at the price; also a lull Hue
of ull nlylcu of fura aud fur trimmings
ut BITTER AI It ALSTON'S
Our stock of Hosiery, (Boves,
Corsets, Bibbons, I laces, Ate. Is al
ways kepi up to ila well known
Blandard of excellence
L STEIN A, bow
JOHN T. KELLY,
Next floor to thu Pout office, Lots a
aplendid lino ot Clothing, Overcoats,
Pants, Hats aud tJents Furnishing
Goods in ptoek, which be invites
everybody to examine before pur
chasing Ho feels certain that be
can save his customers money <>n all
Fall atid Winter (Joodn
—The Btghmie Patent Shirt Tor
.I F. T. STEHLK'H
—lf you tliii.i tb»> CITIZEN a wor
thy county paper, help us along by
ttubacribing for it
—nPHTTttrrxt pii'ttinm nf vpry —ttrw
prices at Miller Bros.' furniture store,
No. 19 Jefferson .St
—We have ten thousand dollars
worth of furnituro in our three ware
rooms at No. IK Jefferson St., Butler.
I'll. The I test as well as the chcup
ast, bnt all the heat made for the price,
All persons will find it to their ad
vantage to examine our stock and as
certaiu our prices he lore purchasing.
—Use Double All O. K. Horse and
Cattle Powders,best in the world, A
sure and speedy cure for heaves,
concha, colda, inflamed lungs, rough
ness of skin, and all kiduey diseases.
For sale by J. C. KEHIOK,
2-IS ::in N'o. f», N. Main St.
—Take your children to /liver's
Gallery for Pictures that will suit
you. Anderson building
—We are selliug furniture lower
than it -has ever before been sold in
Butler, and after using it you will
gay that it is what we said it was,
otherwise no sale at MII.LKH MHO'S,
No. 19 Jefferson St.,
—l'm* Double All O. K. Morse I.ini ;
ment, best in the world. For Hwell
ings, bruises, stiffness of joints, rheu
matism, lameness, sore shoulders,
ring-bone, sweeny and spavin; it has
no equal. For sale by J. C. REDIOK,
'2-18-310. No. f», N. Main SL
/uver's Pictures leave nothing
wanting in fioish, tone or a correct
A full line of childreoß' hata and
J. F. T. STEIII.E'S
—Great bargains in Caps at
J. F. T. STEIILE'S.
Kor tlie next sixty days we
will offer bargains in all our
gilt unil embossed wall pawl's,
in order to reduce stock anil
make room tor Holiday (ioods,
J. H. Douglass,
Near Postoffice, Butler l*a.
TWO CHOICE SI MOOI S
For Girls and Young Ladieo.
Short lidge Media
For Boys and Young Men.
S WITHIN CSHORTLID6E, AM
(HARVARD OHAIH'ATIt >
MEDIA, I'A., (Near Philadelphia.)
All Nt<>< K guaranteed t» )>c iu good con
dition when delivered.
We replace all trees tliul fail to grew.
KKFEKENCES IX lIUTI.ER:
J. F. L«wry, \V. T. Mechiiug, Junius
Shauor, Jr., .i. H. F<nsvtlie, Geo. Shaffuer,
('. Walker, E«| , Fent Reilier, Em|. and D.
G. F. KING, AGT.
EMSUII.I.EK IIOCFTR, HI TLKK. I'A.
I huvu unluri-.rd my atororoim. In ta»:i. mule
II almost twice as large ua It was Injure, and
have uIHO lin rtuuaid uiy stock. I have, by lar,
I In' inrifi-il ami lieat w-lected slock or
Fine Drugs and Chemicals
In llutler county. uiut am now la poalUou to
supply the wants or thu people o( litis county—
uvi-u netter than In thu tiust,
You will do well to call on me when In lam
ni'vu of nay l IiIIIK In the Hue or
Fine Drugs and Medicines.
M\ Him k In very complete ami I'KK 'Ks VKKV
l.o\V. In lucdlduo i|iialll.v Is or the nrst Impor
tance, so we tin particular altenllou lo ruling
our lUn|4-iiNiiig Department Is complete. Wr
itlMpen-M' onl) I'uru lli iiys of Iho
uinl out piilioiiH niny hrlng iin tliHr |ir«*nrilp»
UOJM. MngrarlMlii (hut Qir> win in- < .in-miiy
us id uccuratHy IIII«*«I.
'j'liunkin^titiMiiiiuii' for tin- vrry u «*UoV«mi*
j< itIMIJUL III" » DAT* in «•« .1.1. Jmo til tliO pilttl. 1
111>i»»• 1.1 Im' lililo fit Mt*rv«l tlk. ltl limrt* A<'< *pt*t>l)r
i lii III* rut ur«. ut (In* old utaltd.
No. fi, North Main Hi,
J. C. nSDICK,
,» Uu.,l Ji
TIIE FIRM FORMERLY CALL
ED J. k 11. KEMPER HAS NOW
CHANGED TO Fn. KEMPER, A
OOOD.COMPETENT AND EX.
ER.* THE BUSINESS WILL BE
CARRIED ON AT THE SAME
PLACE AND IN THE SAME
MANNER AS USUAL THE
BEST OAK TANNED LEATHER
WILL BE USED, AND I WILL
ALWAYS HAVE ON HANDS A
FINE ANDHEAVY HARNESS,
AND EVERYTHING GENER
ALLY TO BE HAD IN A NO 1
HARNESS STORE. ALL OR
DERS WILL BE KINDLY AC
CEPTED AND MADE ON
SHORT NOTICE ALL RE
PAIRING DONE PROMPTLY
AND PRICES AS LOW
THE LOWEST. ALL
CUSTOMERS TO THE OLD
FIRM, AND ALL IN GENERAL
ARE RESPECTFULLY INVIT
ED TO CALL AND EXAMINE.
HOLIDAY GOODS OF ALL
WARE, FANS, PARASOLS,
SCENT BOXES, Ac GOLD
PENS, ALBUMS—THE LARG
EST AND BEST STOCK EVER
BROUGHT TO BUTLER.
JAPANESE SCREENS AND
BASKETS, PANELS AND
BASKETS. OUR BTOCK OP
VASES IS THE BEST BUTLER
NEW BOOKS OF ALL KINDS,
CHURCH BOOKS, BIBLES, Ac.
PRESENTS FOR ALL CAN
BE FOUND AT
GREAT REDUCTION IN WALL
ers, nre still on the northwest
corner of Diamond. Better
prepared than ever to supply
their customers with line Dia
monds, Hold Watches, and a
very large stock ol solid,
sterling Silverware of the very
latest designs direct from fac
tory; never been rehandled,
therefore, being fresh and
l)eautiful. Just what you need
for a Holiday present. Come
and see them before buying,
and you will be pleased to see
the line display they have in
fine fixtures and goods. D. L.
Cleeland. Practical Optician,
correctly tests the eyes and
|>erlectly lits spectacles of the
very best makes. Should you
wish to mane a friend a pres
ent in the shape of Gold
Spectacles. We have just what
you want iu that line. We
will keep our store open every
weok night until 10 o'clock,
this month. Corner of Dia
Hotels and Depots,
W. S. Gregg in now running a line
of carriages between the hotels and
depots of the town.
Charges reasonable. Telephone
No. 17, or leave orders at Hotel
fiooil Livery in Connection.
New Kelt lints aliil Rounds. New lijw,
I'linni's, Hint* ami Wings. New vtlreU 111 all
color*. New nalln., rlliboui. velvet ribbon*,
brucatle übbous and .tripea ribbon.. New
ilaid i-onl, l wl.letl nurd, Ixiait ronl.
I.aillft anil children t lili nlalilug (oOdn.
I.milev and etiildrm'ii undotwear. l-adies 1 and
t hildieu'. hosiery. Ladles' and children's cur
MU and i or»r( waists. Ijuliw aud children',
hose tupportera. Kid flovae, cashmere gloves,
■ilk mittens and wool miutna
l.uirit novfliirs in neckwear
M. F. Ar M. Marks.
YOU CAN FIND
oa« liU iu I'll ilkctt'iii 4 llta Xivcili«luK llwitsu
a c::. Rmjr® if BROS.
aLu .111 rer aa..rltiu<| at luteal ua,