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THE BUTLER CITIZEN.
WILLIAM O. NKG LET - I'ablUhcr. '
THURSDAY, ATRIL 7, 1904.
SI.M per year la Aiviace, Otherwise $1.50
Supreme Judge-John P. Elkin.
Congress —Hon. J. D. Mcjunkin,
State Senate—Hon. A. G. Williams,
Legislature—Hon. Thomas Hays,
Dr. W. R. Hockenberry,
District Attorney—Samuel Walker,
Clerk of Courts —L. E. Christley.
Jolm P. Elkin for Supreme .finite.
The unexpected happened iu Hanis
barg. yuay ttrneddown Pennypacker
aad put up Elkin, just as two years ago
hs turned down Elkin and put up
Pennypacfcer. Elkin pretended to be
•irprised, so did Penrose
John P. Elkin is but 44 years of age
»nd has never practiced law. He wts
e'.ected to the Legislature while yet a
■jhool-boy and has been in office ever
■ince. but he is a very smart man and
may size np to the job, which me!>cs
SIO,OOO a year for him, for 21 years, or
$210,000 in all. This was done on Tues
day, and no word of it got ont until the
Philadelphia delegation called upon the
Governor, when he told them he was
not a candidate; and then the Elkin
boom was immediately launched.
Watres is said to have the promise for
Governor, two years hence.
Tbe convention tlut net,ambled in
Harrisburg, yesterday, consisted of 358
delegates—of whom were from the
county of Philadelphia and 30 from
Allegheny. Nearly all the Republican
leaders of the state were there, and a
number of Congressmen went up from
The convention met in the old Opera
House at 10 o'clock; Thomas Capp of
Lebanon county was temporary chair
man; Senator Penrose was re-elected
State Chairman, and John P. Elkin was
nominated for Supreme Judge by ac
clamation. The resolutions were read
and adopted, and the delegates and elec
tors were named and the convention ad
John H. Negley of Butler was named
as the elector for this Congressional
district, the 22d, and J. M. Jamison of
Westmoreland and W. H. Lusk of But
ler for delegates to the National Con
vention, to be held at Chicago in June.
The Huff candidates won out at the
Westmoreland county primaries, last
The Democratic County Convention
was held in the Court House, Monday
afternoon. Ex-County Commissioner
J. A Eichert, presided. Albert C.
Troutman was elected County Chair
man and T. C. H. Keck and Will J.
A count of the yote developed that
there had been a contest for National
Delegate, C. M. Heineman was the only
candidate announced, but a little quiet
letter writing had been done in behalf
of Lev McQuistion and thy count show
ed McQuistion 201, Heineman 199
Harry T. Rattigan was elected State
Delegate. C M. Heineman was nomi
nated for Congress, P. R. Burke of
Karns City for State Senate, James A.
McKee of Butler and n D. Strohecker
of Zelienople for State Legiglature;
Col. Mechling was elected Alternate
National Delegate. Imperialism and
the Dingley tariff law were denounced,
and Tom Frazier hurrahed for Hearst
But little interest was taken in the
nrinuirv ,F-*®te v.as cast at some
of vllu polling Th.*
of this county should allow thoir en
thusiasm to be warmed by the Angnst
nan, and their judgment to be cooled
by the September breezes before risking
a primary election.
In a Connecticut court, the other day,
Wrn. Jennings Bryan was told to "sit
dowD," and sjtne Democrats would like
to add "go way back" to that com
Wm. Allen White, the well known
writer, says that the character of Sena
tor Burton, lately convicted in a U. S.
Court of complicity in a fraud on the
the postoffice department, was well
known in Kansas for years before hi*
election. "He wus charged dozens of
times in the newspapers of the Stute,"
says White, "with being a boodler,with
out the slightest resentment on Burton's
How, then, could a politician of such
antecedents be elected to the Senate
from Kansas? Mr. White is equally
positive on that point. "Every local
attorney for the Rock Island, the Mis
souri Pacific, the Santa Fe and the
Union Pacific who had any influence
was at Topeka working for Burton,"
and doing it, too, under "peremptory
orders" from the headquarters of these
corporations that they "support Burton
or lose their place 3."
Such an assertion from a man of Mr.
White's standing certainly pjfs the onus
on the corporations named. It would
be very pertinent for them to let the
public know the foundation of their
function to dictate the election of Sena
tors; whether they did order tho elec
tion of a man of notoriously bad legisla
tive character, and, if so, for what uses
they desired a boodler in the United
States Senate. Mr. White's assertion
casts an interesting sidelight on the no
torious failure of Congress to pass the
measures to provide effective prevention
of railway discriminations.—Dispatch
The prohibs of Mercer county endors
ed Gen. Miles for President.
War news continues to be a scarce
article, but as the foreign newspaper
correspondents that were detained at
Tokio were given permission to go to
the front, last week, something inter
esting may be expected soon. The rea
son for this caution on the part of Japan
was fnlly understood by the correspond
ents. There were plans that mnst be
kept secret. Transport* were convey
ing troops; that rnuyh all the world
knew, but it was necesjary to veil their
movements. Japan's policy has been to
place her men with as littlo publicity
as possible, and not strike until fnlly
prepired, hoping by secrecy to gain a
distinct advantage over the Russians
It is apparent that she is now about
ready for hostilities, but where the first
blow will be struck is not yet known.
The Japs have landed four armies which
are converging towards the Yalu river,
which is yet frozen over. Tho Russians
are making but little opposition to their
advance, but whether from weakness
or merely to draw them on, remains to
be seeD. The Russians are now said to
have 300,000 men in Manchnria, one
thirJ of whom will be needed to guard
their extensiye lines of railroad and
their supply depots. Yesterday tho
Japs were reported to be occupying tho
town of W'iju, near the mouth of tho
IN Philadelphia, last week, 821 new
cases of typhoid were reported.
Teachers' local Institute of March
19th, was well attended by the citizens
of Brady twp. although the weather
was disagreeable. During tho after
noon session Rev. Piftinger, of Union- !
ville. gave an address on "School Dis
cipline." R. H. Allen, of Butler, talked
on "Bchool Several good
talks were aiven by the teachers, among :
them Miss May Snyder, on "Why the
Children should be Educated;' Miss
Cora Whitmire, "Education;" Miss
Blanche Forrester, "Literature as p.
Study," Mr. W. Kranz. "School Gov- '
ernment." The music by Misses Anna
McNees, I lanche Forrester and others,
was highly appreciated. B.
The Romantic Age.
The 16th and 17th centuries, follow
ing the discovery of this continent by
Columbus in 14tr2. may be said to have
been its romantic period.
To the Europeans, the new world,
with its vast forests, great rivers and
lakes, wild animals and wilder men,
was a wonderland —the scene of endless
adventure and discovery.
The Spanish explored the Gulf coast,
and then turned their attention to Mex
ico and Peru, where the half-civilized
p?oplcs had gold and silver, and they
murdered and robbed the natives with
out mercy. One party of Spanish un
der De Soto landed in Florida, and got
a% far west as the Mississippi, a few
hind red miles above its mouths, in 1540.
bit they were cruel and treacherous
with the natives, had to Sght contin
ually, and finally had to give up. and
float down the mouths of the river in
rafts, and seek one of the settlements
along the coast.
The English settled in the Chesa
peake and Delaware bays, and the
Dutch discovered the Hudson river, and
located at what is now New York.
The French first settled at the month
of the Mississippi, at New Orleans,
where their dominion was disputed by
the Spanish, then they went north and
discovered the St. Lawrence river, and
followed it up to the lakes, making
several settlements, including the one
at Quebec. That was in the early part
of the 17th centurv (about 1G0H).
The French were the first expiorers
of the lake country, the upper valley of
the Mississippi, and the valley of the
Ohio; and they established posts or
forts, at several points on the lake?, the
Allegheny, the Wabash, the Illinois
Ohio and' Mississippi rivers and claimed
this whole country for the King of
France. . „ ,
They treated the natives kindly, and
made ifiiends of tbem, the traders who
followed the military gave the Indians
rum. pretty things and fire-arms for
furs and skins; while the priests were
presistent in their efforts to convert the
natives to the true religion. They did
not, like the English and Dutch, cut
down the trets, and for this reason the
indians helped the French to fight the
English, and sometimes to defeat them,
as they did Braddock s army in 175"),
when the English proposed taking
possession of the French fort Duquesnc,
at the junction of the Allegheny and
Monongahela rivers, now Pittsburg.
The French undisputed, though
nominal, possession of the lake country
and the upper Mississippi and Ohio val
leys for about one hundred years, and
life at their inland posts was a very ro
mantic one. though there is but little of
it in English literature.
The story "Alice of Old Vincennes,"
which we becin this week, gives an
idea of life at the French fort of Vin
cennes on the Wabash, following the
period of the revolt of the English col
onists against that government, and
the establishment of our national gov
DURING an earthquake in the north
ern part of Maine on the 21st, ult.
"Bald Mountain" sank into the earth,
and its site is now covered by water,
making a lake.
The Srarket—Bemainh at SI.GS.
Clinton twp. —Al. Fleming has a r%
up on the Ora Woods.
Mabarg—Cowden Bros , Wesson &
Toomev last week finished two wells on
the Puff and Powell farms at Sutton's
store which are said to be doing 30
barrels each from the 100-foot.
Parker twp. —Geo. McGill last week
struck a well on the Henry Dauben
speck farm which is doing fi or 8 bbls. a
day from the Boulder sand. Many oil
men think it opens up a new stretch of
Callery--Eisler & O'Brictt's No. 2
"Cooper came in Thursday and is doing
8 or 9 barrels a day.
Heavy losses—Tiie South Peun lost a
hundred thousand barrels of oil by the
breaking of pipes duriijir tl><* »<•*£. fl
■mn breaks in the l>is hn«j near hidenau
station cost them dearly.
Didn't fail M. L. Lock wood, of
Zelienople, announces that the state
ments reflecting upon his financial af
fairs were entirely unwarranted by the
facts, and that at no time has lie or his
company been insolvent. His opera
tions in the Kansas oil fields have be 'n
on an extensive scale, and required con
siderable ready capital to keep things
moving, but his holdings are likewive
very heavy and sufficient to meet every
New Production -March completed
more wells than February and register
ed a goodly increase in new production,
but in field operations there was a gen
eral decline witnessed everywhere. Bad
roads have had their effect iu retarding
the starting of new work in the South
west and West Virginia districts, while
a declining market has called a halt on
operations in the smaller territory to
the northeast. Wells completed in the
districts producing Pennsylvania oil
were 91 moro than during the previous
month and there was a gain ia new pro
duction of UOS barrels. —Derrick.
Duiuno the month of March forty
thousand people wore killed by the bn
bonio plague in India. la the Bombay
presidency, alone, the number of deaths
Tha Clearview Stock Farm in pros
pering under the management of Mr.
Ireland, of Connecticut.
Angufct Michael has recently had a
water well drilled on his premises.
C. I). Conway and family are moving
to the Robinson farm, Butler twp.
Joe Carnahan and family have re
turned to their farm, after spending
one year in New Castle.
Prof. C W. Johnston. Cabot Insti
tute, is upending a weeks vacation in
New Castle. Mercer and Grove City, be
fore resuming the duties of the Spring
Term, which re-opens. April sth.
Mrs. Annie Pollock has returned
home after visiting relatives in New
Centre school closed March 80th; El
liott, Auril 4th. Girls prepare your
baskets for the big picnic, and don't
forget the ball game.
John Elliott and Miss Nellie McCol
lough quietly journeyed to Youngs
town, Ohio, March 3-1, and were united
in the holy bonds of matrimony,return
ing home the same evening. Their
many friend* join in wishing thtin u
happy and prosperous married life
Mi.-ses Lulu ami Alum Johnston en
tertained their friends, Monday ovi n
ing. in honor of their brother, Clarence.
Flinch and ctoer games wore tie
Grand Opera, llcn.sr, I'itt; ln:rg.
"Shenandoah" next week.
VIOLA ALLKN—NEXT W KKK IN
Viola Allen haa enjoyed sr.ch unvaried
success that, her great hit as Viola n
"Twelfth Night" is no -iirpriso. Thi-r.j
is no gainsaying her gret popularity
and splendid accomplishments; but it iu
recalled that her companies are always
of the b r at ([uality and Lor productions
of great artistic exeellnr.ee.
At the Alvin.
Pleas'ng news for our theatre goars
is that Sarah Traax has retained to
Pittsburg for two weeks, though n«>t to
the Grand Opera House, where Bhe
headed the >-tock company so long and
successfully, but to the Alvin Theatre
for a fortnight engagement, as leading
woman with Edward Morgan in Ilall
Caine's celebrated drama, "The Eti rial
City." Her friends will be especially
glad that two bargain matinees will bo
ELY MAY J. v. BTUAKT
MAY & STUART,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Best Accommodations in town
For Transient Custom.
PHONES: People's 123; Hell 5!)
Rear of Bicitel Building, S. Main St.,
AGNEW—At her home in Pittsburg,
April 4, 1904, Mrs. Edward Agnew.
nee Atuanda Wagley, a native of
Butler Co., aged 64 years.
1 BOGGS—At his home in Pittsburg,
April 4 1004. Win. R Boggs, a na
-1 tive of Bntler Co.. aged 74 years.
BUPP—At his home in Lancaster twp..
April 1. 1904, Frederick Bnpp, aged
abont ">4 years.
I His death was caused by typhoid.
BECKER—At his home in Cbicora.
March 31, 1904, John Becker, aged 56
BAKER—At New Kensington. April 4,
1904, Joseph Baker, formerly of Clear
field twp.. aged 78 years.
He was buried at Wortbiugton, yes
DODDS—At the Mercer Sanitarium.
April 2. 1904. James Dodds of Frank
lin twp.. aged abont 30 years.
He leaves a wife and two children.
DUFF—At his home near Herman Sta.,
March 31, 1904, Dr. Peter Duff, aged
about 70 years.
Dr. Duff was found dead in his home.
He was an old recluse, lived alone, and
allowed but one man tcjenter his house.
IVELL—At her home in Marion twp.,
March 31, 1904, of pneumonia. Miss
Stella R. Ivell, aged 19 years and 10
She was buried at Harrisville, April
KEEFER—At her home in Bntler,
April 1, 1904, Lottie May, daughter of
Henry Keefer, aged 5 years.
McCLAIN—April 1. 1901. infant son of
Arthnr McClain of Butler.
MAXWELL—At his home in Fairview
boro., April 1, 1904, J J. Maxwell, in
his 73d year.
Mr. Maxwell had been ill for fiye days
from pneumonia, caused by over exer
tion and exposure working at the fire
at his residence, which was saved, with
the assistance of his neighbors, froui
He was born in Mt. Chestnnt, Ohio,
in October, 1831, and has been a resi
dent of Fairview since 1853. He was
well known in Butler county having
been engaged in early days in the
foundry business. He sold his foundry
in 1872 and since that lime has kept a
livery stible, and during the past four
years has been Oil In3pector for Butler
Besides his many friends and rela
tives he leaves a wife, four daughters—
Mrs. Irving A. Palmer of Pueblo,Colo.,
Miss Margaret of Pittsburg, Misses Ella
and Jane at home, and one ton, James,
of New Castle.
SCHWARTZ—At a hospital in Chicago,
March 31, 1904, Chris. Schwartz, of
Amenia. S. D , a native of Summit
twp, this county, aged about CO
Mr. Schwartz was, taken sick at Chi
cago while on his way home from a vis
it to his folks here.
SEATON —At her heme in Marion twp,
April 3. 1904. Mrs. Mary, widow of
Foster Seaton, dee'd, in her 85th year
Mrs Seaton was one of the oldest and
best known residents of the township
She was the mother of ex-Prothonotaiv
Samuel M. Seaton of Butler, Scott and
Lamont Seaton, at home, and Mrs. John
Mnrrin of Mnrrinsville. She wa3 bur
ied at Rocky Springs cemetery, Tues
WOLF—At his home in Buffalo twp..
April 3, 1904, Win. Wolf, aged 80
YOUNG -At his home in Slippery rock
twp , March 31, 1904, Thomas Young,
aged 87 years.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in lac family
everyday. Let U3 answer it to-ilay. Try
a delicto'.:- 1 ' dessert. Pre
pared in. tv. . ■ . No boiling! no
bakin:; ! C'V- : v:-,ve and set to
eool.tlv -.vor.:—: i.-.oa, G aege. Rasp
berry aiul c>tr ry. Gel a package
atyour srocciiiii-day. -o cts.
In ail Its stages. /!>■ °<o(SL JjUo#
cleanses, soothes and heals J / m
the diseased membrane.
It cares catarrh and drives
away a cold in the head
Cream Ralm Is placed into the nostrils, 6pread»
over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief Is im
mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying—does
not produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 cents at Drug
gists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents.
ELY BROTHERS, 50 Warren Street, Kew York
244 Fifth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
A SCHOOL OF ACC
CONDUCTED BY EXPfRTS.
' \VP TP Af H Boonkeepliiff. Desk t'ra -Hoc
.L/AV/li Ulglier Aurllt
lujr Shorthand and Typewriting Commoreial
Arithmetic, Rapid liuslncss Writing, Orna
mental Penmanship, etc.
RPftIIVNPPQ preferred, wo have had
OEUIWWcKa many atudente come to us
after taking tip the study of bookkeeping
from a text-hook, and the study of .short
hand with inexperienced teacher*, and wo
lind that beginners are more successful.
April 11th and 12th the Expert
Opticians will be at the Hotel
Lowry, Butler, giving Free Ex
aminations of the Eye- No one
urged to buy. Headache over
come in one hour by our Cele
brated Vito Crystal Lenses.
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W. K. MAUAFFEY.
Jii>. Alartlu Ui'.vl, Prospect, Pa.,
says; "I have had trouble with my
eyes for years and hare been fitted
several times iri Butler and other places
Latt Bummer 1 went to Pittsburg and
went to one of the noted occulist) (tnd
had my eye s examined and paid a high
price for elates besides. but they never
;/avo im- .-iittsfaetiou,v> in a few months
I w< n f , back and they changed them,
but. I cotiM not get aiong with them,
and last January I called on Mr. and
Mix. MahafTey at the Hotel Lowry and
had my eye? examined and ordered
p'lf-cn which they mailed mo. I pot
them bent ;ntd called once after and
had them straightened. I ran now say !
my glns-rn aro all right for the first]
time. 1 can cheerfully recommend '
these optici.mH. for if they can fit my
eves eomfortable, they can any ones, I
M— — iim mini man i i ihiiiiihbiii >□
w A safe, certain relk T Surnreg»»<l H
H Menstruation. Never kt,«,*rn to fail. Hafe! M
jj More! Kpeodyl Satisfaction Guaranteed 0
Jor money itefunclod. H* n' v prepaid for fg
B JI.OO per box. Wlllitend th* to g |
■ be paid for when relleTed. Humph-a Free. Hj
JUN TCD MCPtCALCO.. B3« 74, L*!«CHTH, WJ '
Sold in Bote ut the < bnti>- v ft. 1
AX ORDINANCE grantine the But
ler Light, Heat and Motor Com
pany the right to maintain its
poles and wires upon the streets, lanes
and alleys of Bntler Borough. hereto-,
fore occupied by it, and granting said |
Company permission to extend its lines
into and through all parts of said Bor
ough upon the following terms and con
Section t. Be it ordained by the Bur
gess and Town Council of Butler, and •
! it is hereby ordained snd enacted by j
mthority of the same: That tbe Butler
Light. Heat and Motor Company, wnich
for years has l>een occupying ninny of
| tbe streets, lanes and alleys of said
Borough with its poles and wires, and
besides private individuals, has also
! been supplying tbe said borough with
' light, being desirous cf extending its
! lines through additional streets, lanes
:md alleys, it is hereby given the right
' not only to maintain its poles and wires
; upon the street*, lanes and alleys of
j said borough heretofore occupied by it,
i bat it is hereby granted permission and
shall have the right to erect and ex
tend its lines into and through all parts
of said borough under the following
terms and conditions.
(a) It shall have the right to erect its
poles and wires upon any of the street-?,
lanes, alleys and public grounds of said
borough that it may deem necessary in
order to accommodate the inhabitants
of said borough: its poles shall be set so
as to obstruct said streets, lanes and
alleys as little as possible and under the
direction and control of the Street Coui
m ttee of said borough. The wires
shall not be lower than 32 feet from the
surface of the ground without special
permission from the Street Committee
of said borough. And upon the fnither
condition that the Borough of Butler
shall have the right to use said poles so
erected to string fire alaini wire and
telegraph wire for the use c-f said
(b) Said company sh.;ll pav the ccet
of proclaiming this ordinance
(c) Before this ordinance shall become
effective said company shall accept
these provisions by resolution of its
Board of Directors, spread upon its min
utes and certified to the Counc'l nndtr
the seal of faid borough.
Section 2. Said Company shall not
erect its poles or wires in any other
manner than ns set forth in Section 1 o
this ordinance and any violation ther _
of shall subject it to a penalty of twe
ty five ($"-5) for each offense.
Ordained and enacted in Council this
stb dav of April. 1004.
RAYMOND S. COHXELIUS,
President of Town Council.
Attest: -II E. COULTER.
Now April 6th, 1004, the above and
foregoing ordinar.c? is hereby approved
of by me. WM. M. KENNEDY,
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Most enjoyable occupation
these long v/inter evenings.
OUR FLASS SHEETS
Make flash pictures that haven't
the ordinary "flashlight look."
Economical — Convenient.
Per pkg. 25c, 40c, 60c.
Kodak Developing Machines
in different sizes, $2 to $lO.
We will gladly show you how
DOUGLASS' BOOK STORE,
241 S. .Main St. Bntler, Pa.
Peoples Phone 307.
M. H. MILLER,
FIRE and LIFE
snd REAL, ESTATE.
OFFK K —Room 508, Butler County
National Bank building.
FARMS F0I! SALE.
The mxlei signed. acting under a
power of attorney from tbe heirs of
(Jc-oi;:e M'.izlacd. dee'd., late of Clinton
twp., Buti.T Co , Pa.; offers at private
sale the farm l,.te!y occupied t.y the
decedent, located two miles u-:iutav-'>'St
of Sjixoubnrg and one mile from the
Bessemer railnad station of Hartley,
162 1-2 azres,
Willi food buildings, and considered
one*i' the Lest farms in the township.
Also another farm of
in t-ame township, with good buildings
And in a good state of cultivation, and
ad joining farms with an oil production
from the Third sand.
R. F. D. Ns. 20, SaxonLnrg Pa.
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IWLUM Engtni-S :ind Automobiles.
TLABPSJ Knwalsky Simplicity 211 I*.
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llK water, Kuiinliig Fans and
LEE (.'ream FREEIER*. etc.
MUIF, liartlett, ASSISTED by a NEW York
and beauty specialist; magnetic,
electric, vapor bat lis, scalp treat
ment, massage; bust development.
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PfiSj Vec.l Estate cnil
l-n-J 238 S. Main St.
G (f you liavo property
F to sell, trsule, or rent
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L'ST M?I!R.D lliion APPLICATION
Our Corner Clamp JFO. L\
MA<LO the "ACMK" /ftQr\ „ *s* [J ■ j A fJ\
mm-h iiuprrior to any YJIJ P 1 J > *0 * \
ofiler «tret< hcr. Our ' FJ r -•."R '/ \\
New Pntont Adjnitabl* J U
I lii lenret the sralioj.s MN V
In their natural shape; »lOCH not woukon the bars; It
of ample LENGTH, very practical A;II
rnent. Don't fall tooxawlnoit. At your «!«•:» ?r>,of
ICME co. T AIIUIUIIY. I»»
W. R. Newton,
The Piano Man,
Has his office temporarily
Cooper & Co.,
on the Diamond.
CALL AND SEE HIM.
j P B IJroughton and
C A Davis, partner*
trailing a* 1' BBrouffh- M ID NO 11. Mar. h
ton and Company. Term, 1901. I
V 9 J Powell, owner. J
j To W J Powell. Owner:
| You are hereby notified that on the sth ,
day of March. ln>*, in the Court of Common :
Pleas of Hutler Co. Pa. at Mechanic's Lien :
Docket No 7. page 177, and at M L I> No 11,
' March Term. 19iM, a Mechanic's Lien wan
tiled against you as owner of the property
hereinafter described, by I* B Brougnton and
C A Davis, partners trading as P B Braugh
ton and Company.
The property against which said lien was
Illed being bounded and described as follows:
All that certain niece, parcel and lot of land
sitaaiedin the Third ward off tin- Borough
of Butier. County of Butler and State of
Pennsylvania, and which is bounded and
described as follows:—On the north by other
1-tndsof said \V J Powell; on the east by lot
of Charles C Reeder; on the south by McCoot
avenue, and on the west by other land of
said W J Powell. Having a frontage of six
ty-two and one-hulf feet on said McCool
avenue and extending northwardly thence
preserving the same width sixty-nine and
*>-100 feet to other lands of W .1 Powell, be
ing lots No and ft*, and the eastern half of
lot No 70, in a plan of lots laid out by John K
Cavanaugn. in the borouirh of But ler.county
of Bailer and state «>i Pennsylvania. Said
plan being recorded In Plan Book No ?. of
said county, on page 2. and which were con
veyed interaliaby John K Cavanaugh and
wife to said \N J Powell, by deed dated Sep
tember 1. 1903, and recorded in said county
of Butler, In Deed liook No2£J, page 47. The
house or structure erected upon said lot and
against which this lien is filed, being a three
story brick and stone dwelling house, con
taining twenty-eight rooms with paper
roof, said house or building being forty
eight feet long and forty-eight feet wide,
with four chimneys, not plastered as yet,
with a stone wall and cellar under building,
and no porches as yet.
P. B. BROUGHTON & CO.,
FranK 11. Murphy Per P. B. Broughton.
March 12. 1904.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between
E. G. Spraul! and J. A. Spronll, under
the fiiin came of Sproull Uros., at
Anandale Station, Butler county, l'a..
was dissolved by mutnal consent, on
Saturday, March l'-ith, 1004, and that
the books of the former firm have been
placed in the bands of John F. McCoy,
of Anandale, for settlement and collec
tion, to whom all debtors will make
their payment, and all creditors present
E. G. SPKOCR.L,
J. A. SPKOULL.
JOHN F. MCCOY,
R. F. D 50, West Bunbury, Pa.
Notice—E. G. Spronll, of the late
firm will continue in the feed business
at Anandale station or Uoyers P. 0..
and will bo known as the E. G. S(roull
Milling Co. The Sproull Droa. also
wish to sell their farm in Marion twp.
ESTATE OP WATSON E. DUNKLE, DEC'D.
Notice is hereby given that letters ol
administration on the estate of Watson
E. Durikle, deceased, late of Parker
township, Butler county, Pa., have been
granted to the undersigned, to whom
all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make payment, and those
having claims or demands usjiiinst said
estate, are requested to make the same
kno.vu without delay.
MEAD. VV. DUNK LB, Adin'r..
P O. Box 103, Paikers Landing, Pa.
A. T. BLACK, Attorney. u-10-04
Letters testamentary on the estate oi
John E. Byers, M.D.,dee'd, lata of Butler
boro.,Batler Co,, Pa ,havingbeon grant
ed the undersigned, all persons known
ing themselves indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment,
and any having clfims against said
estate will present them duly authenti
cated for settlement to
J!. KATE BYEKS, Executrix,
No 207 S. Washington St.,
H. H. GGUCHEB, Butler, Pa.
Letters testamentary in the es:;i:e ol
Jamt s R. Robertson, dee'd., lateof Oak
land twp., But lei Co., Pa., having been
granted to the undersigned, ;,il persons
knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please uu.lce immediate pay
ment, and l.rtviag olaims ng/iiost
said ettate will present them, duly
authenticated for payment to
Mi is. FANNIE E. K< HEHTSON, LVX.,
R. F. L>. 78, Chic : a, Pa.
J. L). MCJUNKIN, Att'y. 2 18-04
Letters of administration having been
granted to the undersigned on the estate
of Henry Knanll, dee'd., late of Cran
berry. twp . Butler Co., Pa., all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are hereby requested to make im
mediate payment, and any having
claims against the >.ime to present them
duly auth cticated fur settlement to
GEOKOE LEONUERO, Adm'r..
R. F. D. No. 33, Cillery, Pa.
WILLIAMS & MITCHELL,
Binding of Books
Is our Occujidti ii." We put our
entire time to studying the
and latest methods of our
work. If \ou are thinking of
haying Some work done in this
line 1 am suie you will be
pleased if y,> i have it dor.e at
Tl:c Duller Bock Bindery,
W. w. AMON, t'rop.
OPP C/Oirt Iloase.
MITUTHA .'c RItOWN. :a9 stli Ave
Can s»ll your lieu I Estate, Farm or J*USID*S.«I.
< Correspondence solicit ed.
AM. Til A NHACTIOKS fJONriDRNTI At.
I have for sale at my barn,
one mile East of Prospect, on
the Unionville road, one team
of heavy horses, eight and four
years old. 1300 and 1100, both
good sound horses.
Call and see them
11. M. WEST,
p r. SCOTT,
Office in Bntler County National
• ATTORNKY AT LAW.
Office at No. 8. West Diamond Kt. Bnt
COULTUU & BAKHR,
ATTORNEYS AT L*V/.
Office in Butler County National
JOHN \V. COt'LTKK,
Office with R. C. McAboj', J. P.,
aonth side Diamond.
Special attention given to collections
and business matters.
Reference: Butler Savings Rank, or
Butler County National Hank
I D. McJUNKIN,
T) • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office iu Keiber building, cornet Main j
and E. Cunningham Sts. Entrance on ,
1 B. HKKDIN,
'J • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Alain St. near Court lloui>
List for 1904.
SAME. CLASS. ADDRESS.
Berringer II 11. store Myoma
Irvine C B, meats Mars R F D St
: Leonard Mrs B, cigars Callery
; Murray f H. cigars "
! Staples W B drags
i Shannon J F. store
■ Thomas J H. store:
Windhorst F C. store Downieville
Meek James, store .. Parkers Landing
Parks E C. store
Schell J D. store Rmlenton R F D 6."
Clnttou Miss E G. rtore Slippery rock
R F D sfl
McNees Thos G. hardware,
Robinson W \V. store Pump
Smith A W, store. Slipperyrock rfd 83
Wick J S, store Pnmp
Emrick W J, store Butler
Stoner G & C, store
Clower- Mrs C E, cigars Freeport
Drane P A, phosphate Sarversville
Douglass Thos, store
Ohl C A, store
Sarver A E, store "
Witte W 11. store
Wilkewitz G, store
Borland J W, store Butler rfd 1
Fieegor A F, store
Holrnan Dr A, drugs "
McCandleps W B,machines, Euclid rfd 43
Boliuger A, store.. .W Sunbury rfd 5C
Eliiott H \V, store Kiestei
Graham W J, store..W Sunbury rfd 5C
Hickinson W J, drngs...Kiester rfd
Linrisey R J. milliner....
McCoyHC&Son, store. W Snnbury rfd 5C
Magee A J. feed Bovard
Porter Belle, cigars "
TannehiM MR, notions, W Sunbury rfd 50
Fennell Peter, store FenueltoE
Kransc Robt<fcScn.store. Fenelton rfd K1
Sipes W J & Bros, store
Anderson R J. store. .Suxonbnrg rfd 21
Bartley T A. phosphate
Hay D A, cigars "
Hay Thos A, phosphate "
Harvey Jr.s, phosphate.. .Carbon Black
Kennedy T G, store. .Saxonburg rfd 21
Stark & Hilliard, feeil,
Thompson Jolin, store, "
Kneiss J E, store Butler rfd 1
Johnston T W. phosphate Euclid
Lawrence L, store "
Sherwin S, t.tore .*. .Sherwir
Wick II B, store Claytonia
Welsh J as, store "
Balsiger & Stewart, store Magic
Kuhn W H & Bros, store Hookei
McCleary J R, store Maf<u
Mark well Frank, store.. .Greece City
Dight Bros, store Mars rfd 111
Frontz Jonn. store
Garvin J A, etore
Hendrickson A G, store
Meeder Geo, feed
Cate II S, store Greei
Graham Jos ll,6tore Fenelton rfd IS
Brownfield Bros, store Rattiiiac
Watson Wni&Son,store,Prospect rfd 44
Watson Wm & Son, store, Butler rfd 11
Day W P, store Chicorarfd 77
Uichards B H, cigars
Whitener V, hardware..
Bradley W H, store . Can
Greer jas, store Evans City rfd 34
Starkey D, store " 35
Schilliug Alex, store Reibnld
Kirker S D. feed Harmony
Winters P R, store Eidenan
Haitenstein L, store Great Belt
Lang w M, Harness
Montag E, hardware. .Jefferson Centre
O'Neil & Co, store Great Belt
Smith A B& Son,store, Jefferson Centre
Schroth L J, cigars
Metz A B, store Harmony rfd 30
Brown EG, store Valenci ifd 24
Cooper & Croft, store...
Marks R A, 6tore Glade Mill
McFaun L R, store. .Glade Mills rfd 2(3
Wilson Jas, phosphate, Valencia rfd 45
Baldein 11, store Boyer
Bailey Jos, store Harrisville
Gurmlt-y J H, store Murrinsville
Kerr A P. cigars Boyer
Middendorf 11 J, store .
Mabold Wm, Btore "
Sisuey L J, store "
Sproul Bros, feed "
Bovard &: Sou, lumber... Forestville
DeMarch F, store
Owens E L, store
Shields Mrs Fannie, store "
Fisher C L, store Portersville rfd S3
Ball Geo, store N Oakland
Brunor \V F, store St Joe
Badger S I'., store Butler rfd 2
Bowser & Sou. hardware Renfrew
Brown A B, notions "
Hoon LS, meat "
Kukpatrick Bros, store "
Kennedy Wilson, cigars "
Marshall J T, phosphate. ..
Price Bros, hard w a re.. .Renfrew rfd 28
Pond C W, store.. Butler rfd 8
Riley L 3, store Brownsdale
Roberts D W & Son. coal Renfrew
Sutton A D, store Butler rfd 8
Van Ransseleer L D, store Renfrew
Watson A R, cigars "
White Jos J, drugs "
Winters FJ, phosphate Butler rfd 8
Wiso W H, store " " 7
Allen W S, store Parkers Landing
Howard .i C, store "
Morgan J A. store Parkers L'nd'g rfd <>7
Adams E H, phosphate Forestville
Adams J, feed "
Coal & Limestone Supply Co, t-tore
Cheesman C L, feed Kiester
Flick & Co, store . Slipperyrock
Hindmau F F, storo Brauchton
Hall Amos, store "
Perry R C, store .... Wick
Kiester J B, feed Kiester
Kiester Matilda, store 4
Carter A J, store Carbon Centre
Dittmer T J, store Herman
Liiuberg F W, store Herman
Lehuara V, store Bonnie Brook
Ferris' Supply Co, store Ferris
Gould Supply Co, store Boyer
HigKins J P. feed Hilliard
Kohlmeyer G F,store. .Emlenton rfd 6"»
McGuirk J A, powder...Hilliard rfd 53
Cnmley (4 W. store. .Portersville rfd 42
Gardner WF, store..Slipperyrock rfd 08
WIN FIELD TWP.
CresHon Supply Co, store... \v T Winfield
Denny Flavins, store Carbon Black
Donaldson (!C, store W Winfield
Faulkner L H, hardware. .Carbon Black
Hutzler Bros, store W Winfield
Krause A <fc Son, store Marwood
Krause «.V Freehling. hardware
Osborne J M, lumber Carbon Black
Post Ilenrv. moat W Winfield
Schwartz Jacob, clothing.. "
Smith & Logan, store... Carbon Black
Altmire Mrs T. store Hilliard
Beatty J .T, store "
Coyk P E, store Parkers Landing
Day John E, meat Hilliard
Graham J P, store "
Lewis M, store North Hope
McKee & Co. hardware Hilliard
Mifliin & Mifilin. store. ...North Hope
Pisto Fred, store Hilliard
I'elie Frank, store "
Sea ton Lorene, cigars North Hop.-
Sherman J A, cigars
Stone A. store Hilliard
Tiirnbull It. cigars
Thompson E C. store...'. "
Thompsou I N, North Hope
Weakley KB & Co, store Hilliard
N'EME CLASS ADDRESS
Black K M A: Co, store Brain
Fisher J \V, store. "
Lace W F. store "
Myers C M, meat
Orr J H. store "
Haniiey J 11, cigars " j
Annstead GS. jnnk. Cot.n.>inenes-ing
Harnhart it Son. store
Graham R M, feed....
Xicklas & Co, store...
Pnrviance W A. store.
Blackinore & Gaisford. drugs.. .Chieora
Brown Geo. cigars "
Campbell W W, store "
Davis D J. wall paper "
DeiterWui. store "
Dewolfs Pharuiai-y, drugs
Frederick P .1 & Co. lumber.... "
Fraufele S. clothing
Fetzvr G F A: Son, clothing. "
Forquer B J. cigars
Glossner J \V, meat "
Glass Geo, stare
Graham P E, cigars
Harris A M. milliner
Hoch Bros, hardware
Hcch A A, cigars "
Horwitz L, store
Uorsvitz L. jnnk "
Hays E F it Son. hardware.... "
Johnston C H, hardware "
Johnston C 11. shotrs "
Jamta W E, harness "
Lackey W E. Cigars "
Litzinger II C, store "
McMicbeal Ella, milliner
Mason E, candies "
Philips Tony, frnit "
Philips Tony, frnit *'
Schott J C, cigars
Seharbach C, jeweler "
Teske Mrs C, notions *
Wagner C A, nevrs room "
Waltman Frank, feed "
VTesterman Bros, gen rndse
EAU CLAIRE BORO.
Jamison W C. store Eaa Claire
Jamison W ('. store. No 2... "
Miller A O. drngs..
McDonald Mrs H A, milliner "
Reynolds & Coulter, store.. "
Stickle* W P. hatnos "
Wilson A C & Sou hardware "
EVANS CITY BOKO.
Barry <S-' Markel,hardware. .Evans City
Birkey Enos, feed and coal. "
Barto David, shoes "
Blair Sisters, milliner
Corso F, fruit "
Coplan H, jank
Dunbar B W. hardware "
Dunbar C J, store "
Domb;irt G D. store "
Eber B H, clothing
Griesbach W C, cigars
Hyle Bros & Voung,furniture "
Hudson li, store "
Helm J J, harness. ..
lift Geo & Sons, store
List J M. druses
Long A .1. confectionery "
Larderer W C, implements..
Marlmrger J, meat ;.. "
Miller Chas. cigars
Miller F E. seed
Nicklr.s Bros, store "
Peffer Fred, mnsic
Ripper J A, stationery
Schoeftel A, clotning
Shoup L E, hardware
Wabldorf Hotel, cigars
Zem in D & Co, clothing
FAIR VIEW BORO.
Adams Mrs M, cigars Baldwin
Uawn W C. store
McClure Mrs S M. milliner ''
Scott C, store
Templeton S H, cigars
Borland C R, store Harrisville
Brown R L. meat
Brown W E, meat
Bortz J S, store "
Cummings L R. cigars
Elrick It E, drugs
Humphrey D W & Co, stoie
Kelly & Glenn, hardware... "
Morrison W L, store
Morrison J H, Jr. harness...
Stoen Miss B, millinery.. ..
Ward James, cigars
Williamson I N, store
Bame H W. store Harmony
Boyer E R 14.cigars
Harnhart J J, drugs "
Boyer Levi, patent med "
Beam S A, cigars
Douglass W C, harness
Eppinger A. store
Foe l, ringer Fred, store "
Grieser & Miller, organs "
Goetuian Brps. meat.
Harmony Cereal Co . feed
Milleman H C, store *'
Miller Jos, jeweler "
Oil Well Supply Co. hardware
Ronymucs G G, hardware
Sahli E, meat "
Shontz Chas, cigars
Sitler, Swain & Moyer, store-
Wise II M, lumber "
Winter E, hardware
Ziegler () W & Co , furniture.
Ziegler L N, cigars "
Zeman S. clothing
KARNS CITY BORODOII.
Balsiger Cl' Co., store Karns City
Dieter MrsC. store
M'-Gill Geo E. hardware.. ..
Shira & Wallace hardware
Wersh John, store
Brown J M. store Mars
Boyd W D & Son. store "
Crow I) W, store
Clark J S, lnmber
Craig Kennedy Hardware Co,h'd'w
File C A, jeweler
Fern wait Mrs Ida, millinery
Irvine A C. furniture "
Jordan & Co. store
Kerr T E, store '
Koonse M E, store "
Kneal Geo <ffc J. meat
Kerr & Sons, drugs
Kearns W C. store
Levy B, store "
Link W J, feed "
Mars Drug Co, drugs
Mars Milling Co. feed
McCormick R W, cigars "
McCormick P A. cigars
Miles J E. fi*h "
Miles Tlios 11, cigars
Miller J P. cigars "
Shannon W L, store
Sheridan J J Co, hardware "
Snyder J R. shoes
Walters H W, harness
Ziegler Al, hardware
Ziegler & Schwab, shoes "
Oil Well Supply Co., supplies "
Bowers A, drugs Prospect
Critchlow Bros, store
Dick F E. meat ' j
Glenu J G. furniture
Hunter 1* L. cigars
McClearv E L. store
Riddle W R Co., store
Scott J C, store '*
POSTERS VILLE BQROUG H.
Brenneman D .T, store Portersville
Brenneman J S, cigars
Covert Mrs R B. milliner.. "
Dann W 11. harness "
Heberling Jean, milliner...
Hoberling IT, hardware
Hay S, drugs
Humphrey W & Son, store. "
McDonald G B. hardware.. "
McDonald & Co, furniture. "
Brown Miss S E, milliner Petrolia
Chesebro E P. store "
Dcnholm F. store "
Ervin Ida O. xnilliner "
Evans O E. cigars "
Foster W C. drugs "
Foster W C, shoes "
Fritz F M. cigars "
Hawk J M & Son, store "
Jacobs E B & Co. hardware ... "
Kurtz G H. cigars "
Painter W 11. store "
Stonghton W R, store "
Yeager S, junk "
Gibson Charles, cigars Snxonburg
Helmbold&SonMrsTheo, store "
Horn C,ora E. milliner "
Hammer G O, gas fittings...
Hammer G O. cigars "
Kranse T & Co. store "
Lang G. buggies
Milder H A. furniture . "
Mershon Dr I". B. drngs "
Maurhoflf G W. store "
Muder J E. cigars "
Stuebgon Bros, meat "
Schroth Wtn A" Son, harness "
sehoentag C F. utore "
S'AMF. CLASS AEDRESS
SLIPPEIE YKOCK BORO.
Adams R P, cigars.. Slipperyrock
Bingham J T. buggies....
Bird & Son. store "
Bingham F P & Co. hardw
Bartz Peter, store "
Bingham L D. meat "
Campbell Mrs Ella, milin'r
Clutton F. drags "
. Chandler E F. notions....
Friedman Bros, clothing.. " j
; Forester FL. lnmbtr •'
[ Kerr & Gibson. store "
K jester L D, furniture "
Morrison S L. feed "
Morrison D M. feed "
McQui.-tion &- Martin,meat •'
Patterson G V. wall paper "
Rosenbluui H. clothing....
Rhodes T M. harness "
Ramsey W G, cigars
Roberts J M. implements "
Stillwagon J X. hrirness.. "
St-iop« & Con Iter, store.... "
ITber & Sons, furniture..
Williams Miss S A,milliner "
Watson & Williams, store "
Williams ON, jeweler.... '•
Barr J C. store Valencia
Pnrvis S A, store '•
Stoup & Morrow, hardware...
WEST SLWDURY BORO.
Arthurs Bros, .store West Snnbnry
Breadin,Conway&Co, store "
Brown P P. harness
Donaldson Wm, cigars "
Dnnn J L. store "
Hindwan H C. drugs "
Mechling Mrs M, farnitnre "
Phoenix Milling Co, feed.. "
Russell W G, gas fixtures. "
Steindorf Bros, hardware
Sloan II A, cigars "
Bumgardner Wm, hardware.Zelienople
Blum John, shoes "
>Jds V J. store "
I ndinger W R & C L, store "
I I nic JT, plnmber "
D H E, clothing "
F A, hardware.... "
1 > ">ehring & Keck, store "
i .debrand BM, candy
1. rtung A, harness...". "
Householder G, buggies "
IlTt John & Co. lumber "
Kins: Geo, cigars "
Kaufmanu Mrs M, shoes... "
Kuauff Mrs A L. cigars "
Linf-nbrink Mrs E C, milliner "
Levis R L. wool "
McKim H < J. 5 and 10 cents.. "
Meeder Edwin, store "
McCorinick W S, cigars "
Reed C E, drugs "
Reibold J, machines "
Seaton A & Son,plumber "
Si tier A. drugs "
Stokey H W, cigars "
Weise I M, store .
Wright W J, store "
Zeliner Fred, implements "
Zelienople Hardware Co. hd'e "
Zehner Edwin, furniture.... "
Anderson BC, cigars 107 Centre ave
Allen J W, cigars 113 N Main st
Anderson C. cigars B & O depot
•T W Bailey 500 W Pennst
Biehl Henry, store 12".! N Main st
Brown & Co, furniture.. .186 N Main st
Bickel John, shoes S Main st
Boos Jacob, store 848 S Main st
Bel lis G C & S<in,Rtore,2Bß E Jefferson st
Bovard & Sefang Co, hardware
105 W Jefferson st
Bianucci C, cigars.. .848
Breul D. machines. .235
Boyd CN, drugs Main st
Bayonette V, store Daut;herty ave
Birckbigler , store... 800 Second st
Brackney Mrs C L,store,B27 W North st
Butler Lubricating Oil Co.oils, 107 \V JefT
Biehl C, store... .cor Third & Brady sts
Burton A R. store.. .112 W Jefferson st
Butler Furniture Exchange. 354 E Jeff
Butler Plumbing C 0..346 E Jefferson st
Bunjjar John, store Butler
Bntler Hide & Fur Co Miller st
Blank Sam, store Lyndora
Camnbell J G & W, hardware
208 & 210 S Main st
Campbell A A, furniture.
837 & 839 Sonth Main st
Campbell A M,
Cobn A H, junk 210 Elm st
Cornelius Lumber Co, lumber,
Cavalier Frank, fruit 213 Centre ave
Cavalier Jos, cigars 314 E Jeff st
Cavalier Polo, fruit i'O Centre nve
Colosime John, store 284 Centre ave
Conuel & Grout, store .. .120 S Main st
Colin J S, clothing 150 S Main st
Colbert ll,gent's furnisli'g 180 S Main st
Cypher GA. & C, hardw'rel2l S Main st
Cleeland D L. jeweler 125 S Main ft
Coo vert Mrs W C, cigars 23 H S MM in st
DeArme W H. dry goods. .347 S Maiust
Davidson A W, store 400 Franklin st
Dean Mrs S S. store..cor West & Water
Dillon C A & Co. meat.. ..120 \Y Jeff st
DeFogui L, store 211 Centre ave
DePrill, store 201 Sonth st
Doutliett & Graham, clothing Main st
Duffy Chas.dry g00d5,125 & 127 Main st
Dailey Mrs J S. milliner, 181 S Main st
Dontt JH iNc Co.dry goods 188 S Main st
Danbenspeck it Turner, shoes,
108 S Main st
Dnffee T J. cigars 822 S Main st
Douglass .IH, stationery. .241 S Main st
Dixon Clarence, drugs... .316 S Main st
Eskovitz N. store Fairground nve
Ehmer J A, str.re 240 Second st
Eberle Bros, plumbers.. .354 Centre avo
Eyth Bros, stationery 251 S Main st
Eisler&Mardorf.dry goods 221 S Miin st
Fox GW. 5t0re..441 North McKean st
Fisher W A. store 257 S Main st
Friedman C, notions 853 E Jeff st
Feigel Bros cigars 826 S Main st
Friedman J, store Fairground ave
CJinzler, clothing Lyndora
GiesC 11, cigars Lyndora
Gregg Ralph, cigars. .108 East Diamond
Grieb E, jeweler 139 N Main st
Gormley W P & Co, store Butler
Goldstrom J 11, meat... .315 Center ave
Graham Bros, store 317 Center ave
Graham E T. store 151 N Main st
Green & Yonng, clothing ilB S Main st
Godwin C A. Jeweler 103 Jeff st
Greek American Fruit Co, fruit
227 S Main st
Goldbern <fc Littlestone, store
Haworth GC. cigars.. .311 Centre ave
Harper Bros, store 357 Centre ave
Hoch & McGuire, store..Bor> Centre ave
Heinzer MN,store 310 & 318 ave
Hull 11, store 428 Centre ave
Hotel Wnverly, cigars
x 319 & 321 McKean et
lluselton BC, shoes.... 102 N Main st
Hildebrand J & Son.meat 135 N Main st
Hotel Arlington, cigars S Main
Hotel Willi ml. cigars.. Wayne & Main
Hotel Bntler, cigars S Main st
Huff F J, plumber. .112 E Cunningham
Hotel Iwowry, cigars Butler
Hotel Standard, cigars. .Fairground ave
Hotel Central, cigars.. Main & Diamond
Israel He Rice, clothing.. .833 S Main st
Jackson & Mitchell, hardware
132 S Main st
Johnston Pharmacy,drugs,lo6NMain st
Jenkins & Royal, store, 162&164 Race st
Jefferson Market, frnit... .131 E Jeff st
Jack J S, stationery Bntler
Krainbnher & Niesslini, store, Lyndora
Kepple J H, store 370 Centre nve
Knight EE& Co drags,3ol Centre avo
Kliugler & Co. feed 139 Jeff st
Kuuimer Mrs A. meat .. .881 S Main st
Kamerer <i D, store 231 Centre ave
Kamerer W A, store I<>o Mercer st
Kuuimer Bros, meat .. .122 E Wayne st
Kirkpatrick W M, store, 800 N Main st
Koch & Son. store 124 N Slain et
Koch Frank & Hon, hardware
129 S Main st
Krug G;J. meat 107 S Main st
Keterer'.Geo, furniture. ..222 S Main st
Keterer Bros, shoes 224 S Main st
Kemper John, harness 842 S Main st
Kirkpatrick RL. jeweler.346 S Mbin st
Lang Thos. store Bluff nndWcsttt
Levinton & Son, clothing, 122 S Main st
Lester W J, store 042 Brown st
Legions Robt, cigcrs Fairground avo
Levy J. clothing 228 S Main st
Leighner C. Jeweler 209
Lyndora Supply Co, store Lyndora
Lyndora Drug Co, drugs "
Myers A E, store 109 E Jefferson st
Millar W W. srore 234 S Main st
Moore it Porter, store 280 N Main st
Morris J D, cigars 219 Centre ave
Mardorf G W. ininsement.24o 8 Main st
Miller C E. shoes 215 S Main st
Metzger W F. shoes 127 "
MoVi'.y & Polio -It. cigars.3l4
MoCrea & Co, feed Church alley
Mc(!abe .1 E, cigars 407 S McKeau st.
McCrorey JG & Co. 5&10c.407 "
McCullongh .1 B. notions, 103 S Main st
McClain M. furniture 404 Centre ave
McCullongb A, meat 108 Lincoln aye
McKee .1 1.. <state, dries Butler
McOorlick J B, store 604 Centre ave
McCatcheon .1 E & Co. junk Butler
Mirtincoart S II & Co, bngiries
12S E Jefferson st
Miller G W, store 116
MorrisonT A, confectioner.2l2 S Main at
Miller Grocer Co, store, 350 L Jeff »t
NAVE CLASS ADDRSfig
Newton W K. organs. 317 S Main at
Niggel Jos & Son,hardware. 130 E Jeff Bt
Oram 8. clothing Fairground ave
< >ram S, clothing Centre ave
Oil Well Supply Co, hard e. 120 C Jeff at
Pape E A, cigars. 119 E Jefferaon at
Parria Pharmacy. druga...2l3 S Main at
I'agenelle D. fruit 223 Outer ave
Patterson Bros, wall ppr, 236 X Main at
Perry F P, Store Mulberry st
Pun-is S G Co. lumber Franklin at
Pittsburg Organ Co, organ* Rnt'.er
O'Brien W H & Son.plnrobcr. 132E Jeff at
Phelps Broe, notions 323 S Main at
Porado John, store New Cnstle st
lieed a Pharm&ty, drugs...lol S Main st
Hush C N. cigars 323
Rockenatein P & M, mil's,B2B
Rtiber Aif «ic Bro.dry gds,2os "
Reiber A & H, atote 143 •'
Hitter & Rockenstein, clothing.
141 S Mail at
Huff A & Son, shoca 114 "
Hicht-y J A. confectioner,l42-144 "
liedick & (iroliman.drugs, 109 N Main Lt
Rockeoatein Mrs M C, hardware.
121 N Main st
Roesaing B C. harness 119 "
Rockenstein Jos, harness, 140 "
Risinger F, gas fixtures.
112 W Cunningham at
Ralston & Smith, jeweler,..lloW Jeff st
Raisley & Whitesidea, store,
215 New Castle at
Schaffner Geo, cement..33o Lockout ave
Shlcea Bros. clothing Butler
Smulovitz A, clothing...Fairground ave
Smith E S, store 856 E Jefferson st
Shira C C, store 340 L ocust at
Stein John, confectioner, 117E Wayne at
Suauian bros, furniture N Main bt
Swartz W F Store 402 Carbon st
Smith H P. cigars Butler
Schaul & Nast, clothing...lST S Miiu ot
Si>crates Pooloa, fruits 133
Steel A. clothing 104
Smith Mrs M A, store 317
Stein & Son, dry goods 108 N Miiu s>t
Seipel M, cigars. 106 CeLtre ave
Snell W J. lumber 451 W Pearl
Starr A- Reed, slc.re W Jefferson st
Sullivan T C,harness, 132 "
Schlicht&Niggle.fish, 115 '
Stock C, hardware 332 S Main at
The Evans Mfg Cc, supplies, McKeiiu at
The Butler Buildera'Supplv Co, lumber.
155 N Main street
The I Cure U Co. drugs. 709 Fairv'w ave
Trout man A & Son. dry goods.
200 & 202 S Main 6t
The Sins-er Mfg Co, machines Pittsburg
TafelM S. store Fairground ave
V'ogel J W & Sjn.Vall pp>\ ISC Main at
Vvnl; t Jean, store*. 21 Hickory st
Vogeley J M, meat Locust at
Wendell M, store Lymlora
Weibe it Gibson, hardware.
223 Centre ave
Wright J B. store 400 Locust st
Walter Geo «fc Sons, feed,
Washington & Mill st*
West End Drug Store,drugs. 1 16 Rac.-i ft
Wick WS, lumber Monroe st
Whiteman E E, store Lincoln ave
Wilson W B, tinware.. .102 Centre ave
Wick L C, lumber Butler
Wuller D H Est, drugs.. 112 S Main st
Weiaa Kelly, cigars 200 Centre ave
Wick Jno S. gents furtnsbihg,
242 S Main et
Whitehall Geo W, hardware,
318 S Main st
Young Mrs Lizzie M, milliner,
232 S Main st
Youcic H E, store Butler
Zimmerman Mrs J E, dry goods,
100 N Main at
Zombo S, store Lyr.dora
Zeefe M, store • Butler
Atlantic Rufiuiug Co, oils,
Bth st & Duquesne WST. Pgh
Bntler Grocery Co, grocers,
153 N Main st
Klinsiler H J, feed 139 E Jeff at
McCrea W S & Co, feed...Church alley
Sumbergtr W F, wool. .422 W Penn at
Sarver A H, bngjiits 309 N Main at
The Lloyd Co, confections, 142 W Jeff
The Rolt McCoy Co Butler
Walters Geo & Sons, feed,
Washington <St Mill ats
Lewis Snyder, junk Mara
Abrnms & Dale, real estate Butler
Christlev L E & Co., real estate...
llazlett & McCullough.real estate "
Sutton D IJ, real estate S Main st
Theo Vogeley, real estate.,23B S Main at
Win Walker, real estate.
Room 307, National Bank Building
Miller Wm ii. real estate.
Room 508, National Bank Building
Billiards and Pools
Murray P 11, 3 billiarda Callery
Cli.ikak'B Steve, 3 billiards Lyndora
Millingt r & Pfeister, 5 billiards,
823 S Main at
Pape EA, 0 billiarda, 119 E Jeffer.s_>n at
Parker Mrs M J. 3 billiards Batler
Root AW, 10 billiards, S Muiu st, "
Miles Tboa, 3 billiarda Mi<r*
SLIPPERY KOCK BOROUGH.
Ramsey W T, 2 billiards, Slippery R ;ck
Leonard Mrs B, restaurant Callery
Murray P H, restaurant "
Clowes Mrs C E, restaurant Freeport
Anderson C, restaurant B&O Depot
Coovert Mrs WC, rest 234J S Main at
Campbell A M, restaurant, 111! W Jeff st
Duffee Theo, restaurant, 322 S Main at
Grant W H, restaurant Centre ave
Kirk II D, restaurant 215 S Main st
Smith H J, restaurant, rear Hotel Bntler
Seipel MR. restaurant.... 100 Centre are
Webster R H, rest Fair Ground ave
Brown Geo, restaurant Chicora
Scliott Jos C, restaurant ChiCDra
KVAN'S CITY BOROUGH.
Long A J, restaurant Evans City
Buyer E R R, restaurant Harmony
Shontz Chas, restanrant "
H A KRIS VILLE BOROUGH.
Ward .lames, restaurant Ilarrisville
Miles J E, reataurant.. Mars
Evans O E, restaurant Petrolia
SLIPPERY ROCLF BOROUGH.
Adams R P. restaurant...Slippery Rock
King Geo, restanrant Zelieuople
MeCormick W S, restaurant..
Isaiah McCall, auct....Saxonbarsc rfd 21
Easley GF, anct Sarveraville rfd 18
(tilghrist J G, arret, West Sunbury rfd 50
Powell J C, auct Renfrew rfd 2S
Dodda James, auct Butler
Mp.thers J B, anct "
Kearns Jas, auct "
Kelly V F T, auct Bruin
Mal'iney Dan. auct Chicora
KAKNS CITY BOROUGH
McDevitt D, nnct Karns City
M rgsn G A. auct Petrolia
Shanor R, anct Proapect
MG-r.van J A. auct
SLIPPERY KOCK BOROUGH.
Keir J C, auct Slippery Rock
Ar. del son Frank, auct.. Saxonburg
Leuarier F B, auct "
Riebold Jacob, auct Zelienople
Lyndora Theater Co Lyndora
Tiro Court of Appeals will be held at
the office of Couuty Treasurer in But
ler. on Friday, April 29th, 1904, between
the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., at
which time nnd place all who are inter
ested in the above report may attend if
they think proper.
GKOKQB P. HARVEY,
March 25th. 1004.
SV.M. WALKER. CHAS. A. MCELVAIN.
WALKER & McELVAIN.
};O7 Bntler County National L'ank Bldg.