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J. WEAVER A CO., No. 116
Smithfield street, Pittsburgh, are oar agents in
the two cities for the soliciting of advertise
ments for this paper.
Read the Prices.
At 64c., good dark Calicoes ;
At 6; c., Unbleached Canton Flannel;
At 6;C., good Unbleached Muslin ;
At 6;-c., good Bleached Muslin;
At 6 : c., heavy Bourette Dress Goods;
At 7|c., Fine Brown Muslin;
At Bc., extra heavy Sheeting;
At 10c., new dark Dress Goods;
At 15c., new style Felt Hats;
At 20c., new double-width Dress
Goods;
At 25c., double-fold Cashmeres ;
At 30c., all-wool Country Flannels;
At $1.75 per pair and up, Blankets;
At 15c., best Hemp Carpets;
At 25c., best Cottage Carpets ;
At 25c., good Bed Room Carpets.
Bargains in everything, at
RITTER & RALSTON'S.
New Advertisements To-Day.
Stray Mare.
Notice to Assessors.
New Davis Sewing Machine.
Dr. Wilson's Headache Pills.
New Book—The Complete Home.
Executor's Notice—Estate of Jacob Snyder,
deceased.
Local and General.
CHEW Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco.
THE epidemic of railroad accidents
seems to have been followed by an epidemic of
disasters at sea.
THE latest styles in Neckwear, at
Charles R. Grieb's.
THEY are poking fun at the defeated
Greenback nominee for State Treasurer by
saying be met with a Sutton death.
FRESH prime Lard, at
SCHAMBEBG'S.
THIS Nation has nearly a quarter of
a million pensioners—244,548 on June 30th last
—i-'i0,000,000 being required annually for their
payment.
IF you wish a good education attend
the State Normal School, Edinboro.
THE Huntingdon Journal relates a
number of terrible cases of diphtheria that have
been cured, in that place, by using kerosene as
a gargle.
WM. MARDORF is paying as high as
$6 and .j7 for heavy Steer awl Heifer Hides.
WHO'S the author of "Beautiful
Snow?"— PotUville Journal. Sh ! mum's the
word. We are, but for heaven's sake don't let
it get out.
WORKING and Dress Shirts of all
kinds, from 20 cents up, at Churles R. Grieb's.
THE County Commisioners want
all the Assessors to meet at the Court House, at
1 o'clock, P. M. of Tuesday, the 25th inst. See
notice in another place.
IF you want a good education go to
West Sunbury Academy.
THE Forest National says : "For
est county boasts of a doctor who poisoned a
man to death, then made his coffin, preached
his funeral sermon, and finally proposed to the
widow."
UNDERWEAR of all kinds, from 25
cents up, at Charles R. Grieb's.
ONE of the largest stocks of Ameri- i
can Movements and American Cases, both Gold <
ami Silver, ever offered in Butler, is to be seen
at E. Grieb's, which were all purchased before
the late rise in Watches, ana will be sold at
the old rates.
MESSRS J. A G. F. KECK, Merchant
Tailors, have secured the services of one of the
best cutters in the country.
IF it pays to purchase costly agricul- '
tural implement*, it certainly pays to take care
of them, now that they are to be laid by for a ,
■ix months. The time to care for all farm tools
is now. Put them in complete order that they ,
roav be ready for use when needed in the spring,
and time presses. This is trite advice, readers, ,
but we all stand in need of it.
TALLOW and Sheep Pelts wanted,
at highest market prices, at
ROKSSIKG'S TANNERY.
A LOCOMOTIVE attached to a train
on the Westchester railroad would not budge
an inch at one of the way stations, notwith
standing the engineer worked at the throttle, and
the indicator showed enough steam up. An
examination disclosed the fact that an eel had
got into the injector and cansed the trouble. The
slippery stranger was dragged out.
WILLIAM ALAND, Merchant Tailor,
has just opened the largest line of woolens for
men and boys wear ever offered in Butler.
808 INOERSOLL says we are paying
onr preachers too large salaries. And yet Mr.
Ingersoll coolly pockets his hundred or two of
dollars for a single lecture, in which he at
tempts to shake the faith of the people in the
ouly thing which robs death ana the grave of
their terrors, and has no idea that he is over
paid for that questionable sort of work.
MEN'S youths' and children's soft
and stiff Hats, from 25 cents up, at Charles R.
Grieb's.
THE full vote cast for State Treas
urer has been received at the State Depart
ment, the last three counties coming in Thurs
day morning. The following are the totals:
Butler, 280,153; llarr, 221,715; Sutton, 27,207;
Richardson, 3,219; scattering, 85. Butler's
majority over Barr is 58,438, and over the
other three candidates combined, 28,012.
S. SCHAMBERO still sells the very
best qualities of meats at Chicago prices (very
low.)
TnE "Denver Land Co." turned out
to be a fraud. The Company had purchased
for little or nothing a thousand acres of sand
hills, located about fortv miles north of Denver,
and expected to make their money out of it by
selling titles to lofs for one dollar, the cost of
making deed, etc. The titles are all right, but
the lots arc worthless, a fact that it took time
to develop.
J. & G. F. KECK'S stock of fine
woolen cloths cannot be beaten.in Butler. Call
and see for yourself.
THE Governor issued a charter last
Thursday to the "Loh Telegraph and Tele
phone Company, of Pittsburgh." The object
of-the company is to connect by telegraphic
and telephonic communication the principal
places of business in Pittsburgh and Allegheny
City with East Liberty, M'Keesport, Dravos
burg, Beaver Falls, Kittanning, Butler and
other towns.
IF you wish to have the Best
Leather, made at old prices, and cheap Shoe
Findings, go to KOKWHINU'H TANNERY.
THE Rev. Thomas K. Beecher, of
Elmira, N. Y., recently held In a discourse
that if Elmira was not the of Eden it ut
least deserved to have been. Mark Twain,
who once wept at Adam's tomb, and whose
summer residence is at Elmira, coincided with
Dr. Beecher, and the two originated the project
of erecting a monument to the great progenitor
of the human race. It is to be a marble shaft
seventy-five feet high, and is to cost $25,000.
IF you wish a good education attend
the Suite Normal School, Edinboro.
CONRAD BATTENFELDER, of Saxon
burg, this county, made up his mind a short
time ago to run away from his creditors instead
of paying them, and so packed up a two horse
wagon with oats, corn, etc., and tied a buggy
behind also, bnt leaving a wife and child, lie
got as far as Puuxsuutwney, Jefferson county,
was then overtaken and brought as far back as
Kittanning, where he succeeded in escaping
from the officer, and that has been the last
the good people of Sax on burg have heard of
Conrad Battenfelder.
SPECIALTIES in woolens at William
Aland's Merchant Tailoring establishment not
to be had elsewhere in the county.
FRom the Itockport (Ind.) Banner.
There is no medicine in the world which has
gained such fame as ST. JACOBS OIL : this is,
however, not in the least astonishing, when we
oonsider its truly wonderful curative powers.
Mr. F. Rodenberg, of Grandview, called at our
office last week and related the following cir
cumstance: "I suffered with Rheumatism for
over six years; consulted many physicians and
tried hundreds of remedies, but without avail
Having seen ST. JACOBH OIL advertised in
your paper, and heard of some most astonish
ing cures, I sent to Rockport for a bottle of the
aod used it according to directions. The
relief I felt was almost 'electric.' I got better
at onoe, and now there is not a trace of Rheu
matism left la my body."
> I A QUESTION of interest to Romau
1 Catholic fathers and mothers all over the
' country has just been brought to a sharply
defined issue in Massachusetts. A number of
I well-to-do Irish born citizens, of Cambridgeport,
one of them an Alderman, have been sending
their children to the public schools, alleging as
a reason that the instruction given there is
better than the parochial school affords. The
priest of the parish has forbidden these persons
to approach tne sacraments so long as they per
sist in sending their children to the public
schools; and it is now reported that the Arch
bishop of Boston fully sustains him. At latest
advice the recalcitrant parishioners were still
holding out.
BEFORE ordering your winter cloth
ing call at J. & G. F. Keck's Merchant Tailor
ing establishment.
A GERMAN professor has, if we
may credit the London Telegraph, after patient
experiments with his nose, proved that organ
to be the seat of his soul. "Mv researches,"
savs the professor, "have assured me that the
seat of the immortal part of man is his nose.
More than this, I can, by going into a room, tell
at once by sniffing whether those who were last
in it were sad or mirthful." This apostle of
the human nose brings the great theory which
he has developed from his diagnosis down to
the practical matter of the nose as the of
smell; and he shows how different odors pro
duce different emotions and aspirations of the
soul—impulses toward love, hate, laughter,
grief, religion, trade, patriotism or 'dinner.
Thus through the nose we may mould the
character and reach the soul. The Professor
has also constructed instruments for reg
istering the wave-motion of smells on the nose
or soul, and showed his audience, in a recent
lecture, on the blackboard, the curves taken by
the scent atoms when striking on the soul
nerves. Finallv, he professes to have dis
covered "a smefl-murdering essence, christened
ozodone, with which I can soothe the angry
man to mildness or infuriate a Quaker."
WM. MARDORF is paying more for
Beef Hides, Kips, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts and
Tallow than any Tanner or dealer in the
county.
ALMOST every day at this season of
the year flocks of wild geese can be seen high
in the air flying southward. These birds
have about completed a long journey from the
shores, perhaps, of the North Sea, and con
tiguous marshes and inland plains where they
have passed the summer, rearing their young in
safety, undisturbed by man or beast, and going
through their dreaded annual crisis of pin
feather moulting, which deprives them every
year for three weeks or more of their power to
rise in the air. And this leads us to ponder
upon the use and service which nature makes
of these vast areas of land and watery waste
in the circumpolar regions. It is certain that
without some such nursery the countless
flocks of water fowl that now delight mail as
a hunter and as an epicure would cease to exist
within the short span of a season or two. And
then what shall we say of the action of this im
mense expanse of frosty earth and chill water
upon the atmosphere of the globe ? It comes
down upon the incandescent regions of the equa
tor purifying and preserving, just as a stream of
cold air travels through a refrigerator over the
perishable articles placed therein during the
dog davs here. The x'reat silent moors ami
rugged "mountains of the far north may be in
deed unfit for the settlement of civilized hu
manity, but they are indirectly perhaps ne
cessary to the life and health of these settle
ments in more favored lands to the southward.
WANTED to buy for manufacture, at
Roessing's Tannerv, a large stock of Beef
Hides of every description and weight, nt
highest market price paid by any person in the
county.
THE sudden and complete destruc- i
tion of a large building in Kansas City with i
the loss of several lives, is believed to afford
Another instance of dust explosion. No other ,
explanation appears tenable, judging from the ,
particulars of the disaster as furnished by the |
press. There was no boiler explosion, and had j
there been, the disaster would have presented (
different characteristics from those which actu- ]
ally marked it. Four brick three-story build- |
ings suddenly col lapsed with a loud report, and (
were immediately enveloped in flames. No
boiler explosion could have thrown down all 1
these buildings at once and set them nil on fire j
in an instant. The belief is that the buildings,
which were occupied by an extensive cracker
and candv works, had become filled with flour
dust; that this dust became ignited in some j
manner not known, and which probably will \
never be satisfactorily explained; and that the '
dust-charged air of all the buildings took
fire simultaneously, leveled the walls by the
explosion, and then set everything combustible
in flames. When the disastrous explosion and ;
destruction of the Minnesota mills occurred, the ,
theory of dust ignition and explosion was first
broacned, and was received with incredulity.
There happened to be no other possible way of
accounting for the disaster, and those concerned
were induced to make thorough investigation
into the possibility of such ignition and explo
sion. Before the question had l>een completely
settled another explosion without apparent
cauise took place in the East, ami the investiga
tion into this case furnished additional evidence
in support of the dust explosion theory. The
destruction of a starch factory left no doubt
remaining, and now it is an established fact
that air charged with fine flour dust is highly
inflammible; that it may even take fire from
the electricity generated by the belts of the
machinery; and that the resulting explosion is
of terrifically destructive force. Whilst this
discovery explains many disastrous explosions
and fi/es that had previously been mysterious,
it warns all those who are engaged in the man
ufacture or manipulation of flour, of hitherto
unsuspected periU in their business.
IF you want Dress Gloves, if you
want Street Gloves, if you want Driving Gloves
or Mittens, if you want Working Gloves or
Mittens, you can buy them at Charles R.
Grieb's.
At 23 ('eulH,
Medicated Twilled Flannel, at
RITTER k RALSTON'S.
Hide Market.
S. Schamberg, butcher, pays the
best price for Beef Hides, Skins'and
Pelts in Butler.
Tho Commercial Gazette.
Every business man needs the Pirrsuuuon
COMMERCIAL GAZETTE, because it is Htandard
authority on all matters of trade and finance.
Every politician should have it, because it is
the leuding Republican paper in Western
Pennsylvania aud Eastern Ohio ; pays liber
ally for special nesrs from Washington, Colum
bus. Harrisburg, and other news centres.
Every professional man should read it, as it
gives full information on all current topics con
nected with religious, educational, scientific,
legal and other movements.
Every mechanic aud artisan will find it a
useful medium for general instruction, and a
complete reflex of all the leading events of the
day.
The daily is mailed at $8 per annum, and
the Weekly at $1.50. Sample copies mailed
free. Address
COMMERCIAL GAZETTK, Pittsburgh, Pa.
At $2.50 aud Up,
Ladies' Cloaks, at
RITTER k RALSTON'S.
The Last Chance.
As THE INDEPENDENT of New York will
withdraw all its premium offers Dec. 31st, 1879,
only a short time remain*! in which any one
can get a WORCESTER'S UNAHBIDOED PIC
TORIAL QUARTO DICTIONARY (retail price $10)
and 3 years' subscription to Til K I XDKF'ENDENT
for $!), the price of the subscription alone.
THE INDEPENDENT claims to be the largest,
ablest, und best religious newspaper in the
world. It has bought the copyright of Hev.
Joseph Cook's famous Boston Monday Lectures
and is publishing one each week. To tell ull
of its good things would occupy too much
space. See advertisement iu this pa|>er.
At SO C'enlH«
Double-width Brocade Cashmeres, all
colors, at RITTER & RALSTON'S.
drain Hauled.
I will pay the highest market price
for wheat, rye and buckwheat, at my
mill, south end of town, Butler, I'a.
JACOB BOOS.
THOSE who have Beef Hides for sale
take them to Roessing's Tannery and get the
highest market price that can be obtained for
the same.
Ladle**' DOIUIHIIH,
Ladies' Cloaks, Children's Cloaks, at
RITTER & RALSTON'S.
WHAT teachers need to know can
best lie learned at the Normal .School. Opens
December 2nd. For circulars address J. A.
Cooper, Edinboro, Pa.
Nee tbe New
Brocade Cashmeres, at
RITTER & RALSTON'S.
®|jte Hail** Cii£>*tx: fla., 18, 1879 L
LEADING CASH GROCERY.
WHAT 25 CENTS WILL BUY.
COMPARE PRICES!
For 25 cents, 3 pounds Carolina Rice.
" 25 " 3 " Dried Corn.
" 25 " 3 " Corn Starch.
" 25 " 3 " Gloss Starch.
" 25 " 3 balls Potash.
" 25 " 3 boxes Lye.
" 25 " 4 bars Babbitt's Soap.
" 25 " 4 " Blue India Soap.
" 25 " 6 Lamp Chimneys.
MISCELLANEOUS.
At 9 cents per pound, best Brown Sugar.
"10 " " " White Cotfe? "
"11 " " " Granulated "
"50 " " gallon, choice Syrup.
«gQ a ii a very best Syrup.
"50 " " " choice N.O. Molasses.
"60 " " " very best "
ROASTED COFFEES
12Jc., 15c., 17c., 18c., 20c. and 22c. per pound.
SALT.
We are still selling Extra No. 1 Salt, in new
packages, at $1.40 per bbl. By comparing
prices with any quotations given heretofore it
will be seen that we have not advanced on any
thing but a trifle on Sugars and Coffees. All
other goods are selling lower than they did one
year ago. G. WILSON MILLER A BRO.
Blanket*, Flannels and Yarns,
At old prices, at
RITTER & RALSTON'S.
"General Grant's Tour Around the
World."
This is the title of a new book by L. T. Rhm-
LAP, and contains a lull description of GEN.
Grant's Tour. After an absence of over two
years, the General has returned to our shores.
During this period he has visited every Euro
pean capital, and has seen with his own eyes
the people of every nation. Everywhere, in
England, Ireland and Scotland; in France,
Germanv, Italy and Austria; in Switzerland,
as in Denmark, Russia and Egypt, India,
Siam, China and Japan, he has been welcomed
by rulers and people alike, in a manner and
splendor and fervor of hospitalititv which have
been rightly felt by the mass of the American
people as not merely a compliment to the Gen
eral and Ex-Pre-sidcnt, but as a gratifying evi
dence of good will toward us as a people.
The author's graphic pen-pictures of the
places visited—receptions, banquets, dinners
and invited guests—will prove of intense inter
est to evejy reader. The addresses of welcome
and Gen. Grant's replies are given in full ; and
these in themselves are worth more than the
price of the book. We earnestly advise every
one to buy this book and read it. It is nicely
bound in cloth, printed on heavy paper, and
illustrated with twenty fine engravings, printed
from stone, and contains about 400 octavo
pages. Price $1.50. The publishers are EVANS
& Co., 9 Murray street, New York. Book sent
postpaid upou receipt of price.
Ladic*% Misses' A Children's
Hats retail at wholesale prices, at
RITTER & RALSTON'S.
Rod and Gun.
—Deer are reported very plentiful in Brad
ford county. Two nimrods lately klled nine.
—Bears appear to be plenty in Clearfield
county. A few have been seen in the eastern
portiou of I ndiana county.
—A Mifflin county hunter fired at and
brought down a wild turkey, and on proceed
ing to the spot saw another one lying dead,
and a few feet beyond a third, having killed
all three. His gun was loaded with buckshot.
—Joseph Zengerle, of Gerniania, Pa., tried
one barrel of a double-barrelled gun, and with
out testing the other barrel gave the gun to a lit
tle boy to play with. The bov pointed it at Zen
gerle, snapped the trigger of the empty barrel,
then the other one. The charge of fine shot
lodged in the victim's abdomen, and in two
hours Mr. Zengerle was a dead man. This
death was due to a violation of a gunning rule
which is imperative und absolute, namely,
"Never under any circumstances, whatever,
point a gun at a human being."
BOILS, pimples on face, salt rheum,
old sores, and all cutaneous eruptions disappear
liko magic when "Lindscy's Blood Searcher"
is used.
All About Home.
"THE COMPLETE HOME." Mrs. Julia
McNair Wright's new book, just published by
J. C. MCCI UDY & Co., of Philadelphia, has
received the warmest commendations from the
Press and Clergy in all sections of the country.
The following extracts clearly indicate that
it is a work of sterling merit.
The Christian Advocate sayt: —A book of
more practical utility will seldom, if ever, be
found outside of inspiration.
The Presbyterian nay* .-—The prevailing fea
ture of the book is its good sense, ami when we
say this of such a book we pay it the highest
compliment we can imagine. It is true every
where to the Evangelical faith.
The Journal ana Metnenger, Cincinnati, 0.,
says; —We believe that it would be of unspeak
able benefit to every family in our land could
it be read not onlv by fathers and mothers, but
by sons and daughters as they arc growing up,
Its healthy tone, its common sense and truth
fulness coiumenu it, and can but reuder it of
the highest value.
The New York School Journal says:— ln
this work we have all the lights and shadows
that go to make up the picture of a real home.
It imparts instruction in the whole range of
domestic government in the most pleasing and
effective manner.
The Ho. Republican says: —This is essen
tially a home book. It must have been dic
tated by a heart that has been baptized in the
beauty of the holiness of home. » » » »
The sentiment of the book is lofty while the
style is natural, cheerful, easy anil fluent, and
the pages are so many bright pictures of domes
tic quiet and comfort.
Ilrv. Dr. March s tj/.i It is s> well written
that it cannot fail to be read, and it cannot be
read without bringing sweetness and light into
somebody's home.
From the above, it will be seen that this is a
sensible, beautiful, und extremity valwtb/e
book. Its sphere is wide as tile world itself
and it will exert a powerful influence for good
in every home into which it enters.
Agents for its sale are wanted everywhere.
See Ihe
Brussels and three-ply Carpets, at
RITTKII <FC RALSTON'S.
- 4» -•»
Not a Boveraso.
"They are not a beverage, but a medicine,
with curative properties of the highest degree,
containing no poisonous drugs. They do not
tear down an already debilitated system, but I
build it up. One bottle contains more hops,
that is, more real hop strength, than a barrel
of ordinary beer. Every druggist in Rochester
sells them, ami physicians prescribe them."—
Rochester Evening Express on Hop Bitters.
5,000 Beef Hides of all descriptions
wanted, Steer, Cow, Heifer or Bull Hides,
trimmed or untrimmed, at Wrn. Mardorf's,
West Cunningham street, Butler, Pa.
One Box or Six Bottlea.
If you are suffering from a combination of
liver or kidney diseases, and constipation, do
not fail to use the celebrated Kidney-Wort. It
is a dry compound as easily prepared as a cup
of cottee, and in one package is as much medi
cine as can be bought in six dollar bottles of
other kinds.
YOUNG persons bringing their pro
visions with them from home, can attend th
West Sunlmry Academy, at the nominal ex
pense of sl2 or sls per term.
Nubias, Neurfs, Clouds,
Hoods, Leggings, and all kinds of
fancy Woolen Goods, at
RITTER BALSTON'S.
Bcof Hides.
Go to William Mardorf and get from six to
seven cents per pound in cash for your Beef
Hides. West Cunningham street, Butler l'a.
A Valuable Book,
Entitled "Plain Home Talk ami Medical Com
mon Sense," by E. B. FOOTK, M. I)., can be
had at Heineman's, Butler, Pa. It treats of
the cause and prevention of all kinds of dis
ease, our social relations, etc.
To ENUMERATE the miraculous cures
wrought by "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup" would
fill a volume, itseuresare marvelous. Price
25 cents.
LATEST styles in Men's, Youths'and
Children's Caps, at Charles R. Grieb's.
—The Government is paying its
employes entirely in gold and silver,
90 per cent, in the former and 10 in
silver, and in consequence gold coin is
coming into general circulation in the
cities and in due time will reach here.
NEW GOODS!
—AT—
Schneideman's,
Next door to Savings Bank,
Butler, Pa.
HAS RETURNED, AND HAS NOW ON EXHIBITION THE LARGEST AND BKST ASSORTED STOCK OF ? g* [ , .
OVERCOATS, FINE SUITS, BUSINESS SUITS, YOUTHS' SUITS, BOYS' SUITS, CHILDREN'S SUITS, ? } g ? pq
in fact SUITS suitable for each and eveiy one that is in want of a Suit. Also a very full line of
GOGIOSSj T7xILI*I!33E«!!S ? nil bought in the East by Mr. Schneideman in person, and will "be Sold at IcSS t112.1l any Gonipetitor C3.XI lIOW "buy the&li W £3
H. SCHNEIDEMAN.
Hlierirt's Hales.
By virlue of snndry writs of Fieri Facias,
Venditioni Exponas. Levari Farias. Ac., issued
ont of the Conrt of Common Pleas cf Bntler
comity, and to rae directed, tliere will be ex
posed to Public Sale at tlia Court House, iu the
borotuth of Butler, on
Monday, December Ist, 1379,
at one o'clock. P. M.. the following described
property, as follows:
ED No 117, 166. 180 Dec Term, 1879. Miller A
Bro., T C Campbell. Att'y*.
All the risM, title, interest and claim of Rob
ert McC udlesa of, in and to a lot of ground
situate in the borough of B.itler. Butler couuty.
Pa., containing 40x100 feet, more or less, bound
ed north by Pearl street, east by Washington
street, south by Haley and west by other lot of
defendant Seized and taken in execn'ion as
the property of Robert McCandleaa at the suit
of Butler Savings Bank, John Berg & Co. and
Joseph Doutliett.
ED No 117. 16". 180 Dec Terra. 1879. Miller A
Bro.. T C Campbell, Att'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Rob
ert McCandless of, in and to a lot of ground
situate in the borough of Butler. Bntler county,
Pa , containing fert. more or less, bound
ed north by Pearl street, east by McCandless,
south by vacant lot and west by Haley and otbor
lot of defendant- Seized and taken in execu
tion as the property of Robert McCandless at
the suit of Butler Savings Bank, John Berg A
Co. and Joseph Douthott.
ED No 117. 166, I*o Dec Term. 1879. Miller A
Bro., T C Campbell. Att'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Rob
ert McCandless of. in aud to 2 acres of land,
more or less, situated in Penn township, Butler
county. Pa., bounded north bj H y, east by
public road, south by A G Campbell, and
by David Donthett ; two fr»me dwelling houses
and frame stable eiected thereon. Seized ai.d
taken in execution as the property of Robert
McCandless at the suit of Butler Savings Bank,
John Berg A Co. and Joseph Douthctt.
ED No 117. 166. 1«0 Dec Terra. 1879. Miller A
Bro., T C Campbell. Att'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Rob
ert McCandless of, in and to 55 acres of land,
more or situated in Pcnn township. Butler
county, Pa., bounded north by John Brown, east
by Diitchtown road, south by Amos Mates, and
west bvDorsey heirs: frame house, frame stable,
log house, log stable and orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution as the property of
Robert McCandlees at the suit of Butler Savings
Bank, John Berg A Co. and Joseph Douthott.
ED No 184. Dec T, 1879. John M Oreer, Att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of T M
Gill of, in and to 225 acres of land, more or less,
situated in Siippervrock township. Butler coun
ty. Pa., bounded north by Hiram Gill, east by
John Kerr and Thomas Kerr's heirs, south by
Wm Bingham et al, and west by Harvey Christ
ley et al: two dwelling houses, frarao bam.
spring house, granary, wood house and two
orchards thereon; mostly cleared Seized and
taken in execution as tbe property of T M Gill
at the suit of A J Bard, administrator of Mar
garet Diven, deceased.
ED No 38, Dec T., 1879. T C Campbell. Att'v.
All the right, title, interest and cliiia of F Si
Eastman of. in and to 5 acre-t of land, more or
less, situated in Butler borough. Butler county,
Pa., bounded north by Penn street, east by Mrs
Mitchell, south by Dr. DielTenbacber, and west
by Mercer road; under feuce. Seized and taken
in execution as the property of F M Eastman at
tho suit of John Berg A Co.
ED No 39, Dec T, 1879. T C Carr.pbell, Att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of F M
Eastman of, in and to all that certain piece or
parcel of land, situate in Summit township.
lSutler conntv. Pa., bounded and described as
follows : beginning at a stone on the northwest
coiner, thence by land of Walter Birtley (now
Duffy), north 68 degrees east 105 7-10 perches
to a stone on tho northeast corner, thence by
lands of Collins heirs north 1 }-.j degreos west
815-10 perches to a post on the southeast corner,
thence by lands of Jamos Reams north de
grees l.'M 2-10 [terches to a post on tho south
west corner, tlienco by lauds of George Reiber
Boutli deg. 8.1 5-10 perches, thence from this
p'oint westward the distance of 30 perches to
the Butler and Washington road, ami from said
road back again by a parallel luio to tho wed
boundary line of said tract, thereby giving and
hereby including a road two rods wide and 30
rods long from said west boundary lino of the
tract of land, thence by lands of Robert Henry
(now Duffy) south degrees west 50 6-10
p(-rches to a stone on tho northwest corner the
place of beginning, containing 90 acres, moro or
less; two-story frame dwelling house, frame
bam and orchard thereon; about 50 acres
cloared. Seized aud taken iu execution as tho
property of F M Eastman at the suit of John
Berg A Co.
ED No 115, Dec T. 1879. John M Greor, Att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Eliz
abeth Steel of. iu and to 2 acres of land, more
or less, situated in Butler borough. Butler coun
ty, Pa., bounded north by L Z Mitchell, east by
J—. south by Jacob Croup, and west by public
road; two-story frame dwelling hotiso and frame
stable thereon erected. Seized and taken in ex
ecution as the property of Elizabeth Stoel at
the suit of John Lawall for use.
EDNo6. 62 A 63, Dec Term. 1879. George W
Fleeger, T C Campbell, Att'ys.
All the right, titlo, interest and claim of Jai
8 Craig of, in and to 12 acres of land, more or
less, situated in Concord township, Butler coun
ty, Pa., bounded north by Wilson et al, east bv
Dr Conn et al, south by Asa Say. and west by
Christy; two board houses and boarl stablo
there 'll. Soized and taken in execution as the
property of James 8 Craig at tho suit of John
Morrow and Howard Hamilton.
ED No 128, Dec Term, 1879. Georgo W Floe
gor, Att'y.
All tho right, titlo, interest and cKim of Win
M Abrams and J Y Foster of. in and to all that
certain tract or parcel of land situate and lying
in Fairviow township, Butler county. Pa., bound
ed anil descrilied as follows : beginning at a post
thence by lauds of Adams north 30 minutes west
180 perches to a post, and tliencn by lands of
Wm Rodgers and Nancy Panghorty south 89 de
greos and 30 minutes east 19C 7-10 perches to a
post, thence by lands of Matthew Banks south
80 minutes east 180 porches (also by lands of
widow Smith) to a post and thence by lands of
Maniuel Riddle north 89 degrees and 30 minutes
west 190 7-10 perches to the place of beginning,
containing 214 acres and 80 perches, more or
less- Seized and taken in execution as the
property of Wm M Abmm* and J Y Foster at
the suit of Citizens Savings Bank of East Brady,
Clarion county. Pa.
ED No 186, Dec Term, 1879. John M Miller A
Bro, A't'ys.
Al! tho light, titlo, interest and claim of Rob
ert Vanderhn of, in and to all that certain parcel
or tract of land situate in Venango and Marion
townships. Butler county, Pa., bounded and le
scribod as follows : beginning at the southwest
corner at a post, thonce by the lands of Neal
Oormley aud Dickson Atwell north 206 7-10
porches to a post on the public road leading
from said Atwel's to graded road, thcnco along
said public rovl 10% degrees east 52 perches to
a post set on the road, thence south 84 degrees
east id 2-10 porches to a post set in said gradod
road, thence along said gradod road north 48
degrees eart 92 perches to a post, in said graded
road, thence by lands of said Robert Vandorlin
along said gradod road north 54 do«rees east
46 2-10 perches to a post in said graded road
thence by lands of Hamuol Fleming. Wm Bran
don and Michael Conway south 173 7-10 perches
to a hickory, thence by lands of John Jamison
97 0-10 perches to a post, thence by lauds of
Stephen Vanderliu and Joseph Cummins west
176 8-10 perches to place of beginning, contain
ing 253 acres and 40 perches. Seized and takcu
in execution as t'ie property of Robert Vander
liu at the suit of Mary C Duraut.
ED No 186, Doc Terra, 1879. John M Miller A
Bro.. Att'vs.
All tho right, title, interest and claim of Rob
ert Vanderliu of, iu and to all that coitaiu piece
or parcel of land iu Venango township, Butler
county, Pa., beginning at a post thence west by
lands of Dickson Atwell 214 6-10 perches to an
ironwood, thence by lands of Wm Osborne's
heirs 21 \ X A perches to a po.rt, thence south by
lands of Jaines Connor's heirs and others 150
6-10 porches to a post, thence 44% degrees west
along graded road 46 2-10 perches to a post,
thence south 48 degrees alorg said road 92
perches to a post, thence north 84 degrees west
along public road 61 ),£ perches to a post, thence
7 )i degree* west 52 perches to the place of be
ginning, containing 2'>3 acres and allowance.
Seized and taken iu execution as the property of
Robert Vanderliu at tho suit of Mary C Duraut.
E. D. Nos. 61, 173, 175, 211. 212 A 213, Dec
Term. 1879. John M. Oreer. T. A 8.,
and Ford. Reiber, Att'ys
All tho right, title, interest aud claim of An
drew Campbell of, in and tu 350 acres of laud,
more or less, situated in Allegheny township,
Butler county, Pa., bounded on the north by
lauds of Coulter Gibson, oast by lands of
Hillings, south bv lands of Gibson A Fleming,
and west by lands of Blymiller A Campbell ;
three frame dwelling houses, one frame barn,
two ooal banks and orchard thcruon; about 200
acres cleared. Seizod anil token iu execution as
the property of Andrew Campbell at the suit of
Nettie Waiin, It M McCall for uso, Johu Berg
A Co. et al.
E D No 107, I)cc Term, 1870. Brandon A
Greer, Att'y*.
All the right, title, interest and claim of KHz
nbeth Allison of, iu u"d lo thirty acres ot laud,
more or less, situated iu Wlntleld township,
Butler county, I'n, bounded north by public
roud running irom Hnnimhstown to Denny's
mill, east by lands (d Jus B Kennedy's heirs,
SOIILII by lands o( Henry Frank, and west by
lands of Mrs Vogcley's heirs. Seized aud taken
In execution as the property of Elizabeth Alli
son ill suit of Joseph and Mary Johnston.
K D No 47, Dec Term, 187i>. W D Brandon,
Attorney.
All the right, title, Interest n*id elnhn of
Jacob MUllsou ot, In und to lllly acres ol land,
more or less, situate in Muddjcreek township,
Butler county, I'a, bounded north by Birgely,
cast by came, south by Trucsdalc and west by
Truesdale and Wilglit; log house, log barn and
orchard thereon. Seized anil taken In execu
tion as the property ol Jacob MUlUou ut suit
ol Aluxuudcr Wright,
I ED No 113, Due Term, 187' J. John M Greer,
Attorney.
All the riglif, title, interest and claim of Fred
Rauscbcr of, in and to a lot of ground situated
in the borouch of Butler, Butler county, Pa,
containing ItiO feet front by 180 feet back,
bounded north by Pearl street, e tst by an alley,
south by M Sullivau and west by Washington
street; a two-sloty frame dwelliug house, coal
shed and smoke house thereon erected. Seized
and taken in execution a* the property of Fred
Kauscher at suit of Trustees of St Joseph's
Church, North Oakland, Butler county, Pa.
E D No 179, Dec Term, 1879. W A Foiqucr,
Attorney.
All the right, title, interest and claim of A C
Williams of, in and to thirty-six acres of land,
more or less, situat d in Allegheny township,
Butler county. Pa, bounded north by II Kohl
myer, east by Cross, south by A Kelly and
west by A Britiaiu ; two producing oil wells,
two boi'ers, two engines, boiler and engine
houses, derricks, casing, tubiug, tanks, rods,
frame barn, log house, large frame boarding
house and ten small, board houses thereon.
Seized and takeu in execution as the property
of A <J Wil'iaais at suit of Foster it lioflmaii.
E D No 239, Dec Term, 1579. T. C. Campbell,
Attorney.
All the right, tide, Interest and claim of Jas
McGrath of, in and to two liuudred acres of
laud, more or less, situated In Centre township,
Butler comity, Pa. bounded north bv 8 R Rid'-r
and John Sliake'ey, east by Pine Tract, south
by Blaine heirs and west by Geo McCaudless
aud Win Allison ; nlwiut fifty acres cleared, two
log and one frame dwelling houses, one flouring
mill, barn and outbuildings thereou. Seized
and t .ken iu execution as the property ol Jas
McGrath at suit ol" Johu M Grc.r for use.
E D No 237, Dec Term, 1879. WJI II Riddle,
Attort'ey.
All the right, title, interest and claim of JL
Sprogle 01, In aud to seventy-live acres of land,
more or less, situale in Fail view township, But
ler couuty. Pa, bounded uorth by Samuel Rid
dle et al., ea-t by Mrs Edwards et al., south by
J P Campbell farm (now owned by W B Mc-
Cullough et al.) and farm of li L Taylor A Co.
and west by lands known as the Fold anil
Craig farms, bring part of the old Kiukaid
farms : a iwo-story brick hou-e, frame stable
and other outbuildings thereon. Seized and.
takeu in execution as the property of J L
Sprotjlc at suit ol Robert Kiukaid.
E D Nos -"25 A 227, Dec Term, 1879. Miller &
Bro. and Ferd Reiber, Att'ys.
All the right, title, iu erest and claim of Sam
uel Walker 01. In and to a lot or parcel of
ground situate in Ibe borough of Butler, Butler
county, Pa, containing 00x180 feet, more or
less, bounded north bv street, east by an alley,
south by John tlusellou, aud west by M liu or
High street; a two-story frame dwelling hou<e
thereon erected. Seized aud takeu in execution
as the property of Saibuel Walker at the suit ol
Clarence Walker for use, and Jotin Berg & Co.
E D Nos 225 & 227, De- Term, 1879, Miller A
Bro. aiul Ferd Reiber, Att'ys.
All the title, interest and claim of Sam
uel Walker of, in aud to t ight acres of land,
more or less, situate in Butler borough, Butler
county, Pa, bounded nor'li by lands ol Henry
Wagner, east by street and Baucrs' machine
shop, south by Milßin Btrect and west by lands
of 11 J Kllngler; brick dwelliug house, frame
stable aud outbuildings thereon c ccted. Sei/.ed
and taken in execution as the property ol Sam
uel Walker at suit ol Clarence Walker for u*e,
and Johu Berg and Co.
E D No 187, Dec Term, 1879. Ler McQuis
tion, All'y.
All the right, title, interest aud claim of Jas
Thorn and Will McOurdy of, in and tooue hun
dred and seventeen acres and ten perches of
hind, liu re oi less, situated in Jacki-on town
ship, Butler county. Pa, bounded north by Ira
Stauffer, east by Jacob Fiedler, south by An
drew Zlegler aud west by John Hare; thirty
five acres woodland, a two-story brick house,
two frame barns, a one-story frame house, coal
bank, lime quarry aud fjood orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution a« the property
of Jame» Thorn and Win McCurdy at sui l . of
L McCurdy and Catharine McCurdy.
EDNo 4 181 A IS2. Dec Term, 1879. Miller &
B r o, Att'ys.
All the ri -hi, title, interest and claim of J W
Christy of, in and to ninety-six acres of land,
more or less, situate in Cherry t iwnship, But
ler county, Pa, bounded north by lands of
Kelly, east by Sullivan Bros, south by William
Dohsoti et ul, and west by Josiah Hall; mostly
cleared, a small plank dwelling house and small
stable thereon. Seized and taken in execution
as the property ol J W Christy at suit ol WOl
Cam p bell, Jr.
E D Nos 181 A 182, Dec Term, 1879. Miller A
P,ro., Att'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim ol J W
Christy of, in ar. i to two hundred and screnty-
II ve acres ol land, more or less, situate In Clay
township, But'er county, Pa, hounded north by
John Wilson, east by James Wolford, south by
Rebecca MeKisslek et al. and west by J J Mil
ler et al ; moslly cleared, frame dwelling hou-e,
log barn, granary, wagon shed anil oilier out
buildings thereon. Seized and taken in cxecu
lion a* the property of J W Christy at suit of
Wni Campbell, Jr.
E D No 238, Dee Term, 1879. T C Campbell,
Attorney.
All the light, title, intere»t and claim of J F
Tiiumeny of, in and to a lot or Marcel of land
situate in the borough ol Butler, Butler county,
Pa, being lot No 4 in Daugherly plan of lots,
and bounded north bv J R Truxall, east by Elm
Btrect, south by G W Fleeger and west by an
all y, containing 40 by 72 lcet, more or less.
Seized and taken iu execution as the property
ol J F Tiiumeny at suit or John M Greer for
u»c.
E D Nos 114 A 110, Dec Term, 1870. John M
Greer A it'v.
All the right, till- , interest and claim of II
Sengeleb of, iu aud to thirty-eight acres ol land,
more or less, situated iu Lancaster township,
Bui ler county. Pa, bounded north by Cornelius
Beighley, ea-t by David Matthews, south by
Walter Scott anrt"west by (leorge Diiidinger ;
mostly cleared, frame house, log bam and o ch
ard thereou. Seized and taken in execution as
the property ol U Scugelob at suit of Jainet
Newton and S W Bailey, partners u» Newtou &
Bailey
E D Nog 94 A 124, Dec Term. 1879. Ferd
Reiber and N Bla -k, Att'ys.
All the right, tiile, Interest an I claim of
Christian Leopold of, iu and to 220x180 fe«t of
land, more or less, situate in Millerstown bor
ough, Butler county, l*a, bounded north by J
D Aldlnger, cast by au alley, south by Slip
pery rock street and west by John Class ; seven
board or plank houses, and a I irgc fvo-story
Iraine building, u*< d as a lintel, erected (hereon.
Seized ind taken in execution as the property
of Christian Leopold al suit of A lam Will and
(> Baruhart.
E I) No 212, Dec Term, 1879. Reiber, Att'y.
All the light, title, interest and claim ol Jas
Kelly of, iu and to one hundred acres ol land,
more or les?, situated in Concord township,
Butler county, Pa, bound'-d north by H it M
Kuli'i, east l>y Matthew Morrow, south by Ja
cob Pisi.r and west by John A Campbell; frame
house, log barn and orchard thereon, tuouly
cleared. Seized and taken in execution as the
property of James Kelly at suit ol Joliu Berg
A Co.
E D No 234, Dec Term, 1879. Williams A
Mitehel , Ally's.
All the right,'title, interest and claim of W
B Sedwiek of. In and to llilrtj-seven w rcs of
land, more or less, situated iu Allegheny town
ship, Butler county, Pa, bounded norlli by C
Martin et al, east by Anderson, south by
Jaiul'on and west by —— Jamison . three
frame dwelling houses and two stables thereou
erected ; mostly cleared. Seized and takeu In
execution as the property of W B Sedwiek at
suit ol Scott .V Craig.
EI) No 280, Dec T. 1H79. T O Campbell, Att'y.
All tlio right, title, interest and claim of C,.as
Met landless or. in and to all that certain lot or
parcel or ground situate in the borough or But
ler, Ilut lor county. Pa., same being lo's Nos. 3
and 4 in lluKolton plan ot lots in said borough
or Butler, bounded north by au alloy, oast by
an alley, south by lot No 2 in said plan or lots
owned by l)r O M Zimmerman, and west by
Main or High street, having erected t hereon
one two-story brick dwelling house with mauaard
roof, frauiu stable and outbnildiuga. Seized
and taken in execution as tlio property nt Chas
Me andles* at the suit or Henry B Ciilium, Re
ceiver or First National Bank, Butler, I'a.
EI) No 225, Dec T, 1H79. T 0 Campbell, Att'y.
All tho right, title, interest and claim or Chas
McCandloss or, in and to 100 acres aud 7 perches
or laud, more or loss, situated ill Washington
township. Butler countv, l'a., bounded uortli by
lauds 6f Samuel Billiard et al., east by lauds or
Hon E MeJuuUin, south by lauds or Jno Sloops,
and west by lauds of samo, being what is known
as tho Hannah farm; about HO acres cloared,
framo house, rrame stable, coal banlt and orch
ard tlieroon. Seized and taken in execution as
the property of Charles McCandlcss at the suit
or llonry B Culluui. ltecolver ot First National
Bank, Butler, Pa.
EI) No 220, Hoc T, 1879. T O Campbell, Att'y.
All the right, title, interest aud claim of Chas
Met landless or. In aud to 25 acres or land, moro
or less, situaled In Butler borough, Butler couu
ty. l'a , bounded north by Capt J O'Donnell's
lioirs, east by ntroet and alley, south by Charles
McOandless and 11 (1 Hniueman. and west by
public road; ft-amo house, rrame stable aud
othor outbuildings thereon erected. Seized and
taken in execution as the property or Charles
McCandless at tho snit of If .jury B Cullum, Re
ceiver of First National Bank, Butlor, Pa.
ED No 220, Dec T, 1879. T C Campbell, Att'y.
\II the right, titlo, interest aud claim of Chas
McCandless of, in and to 5 acres or laud, more
or less, situated In Butlor borough, Butler oouu
ty, l'a., bounded north by lands or Charles Mil-
Candlcßs east by an alley, south by lanils of
Joseph II Brediu, ami west by lands of 11 C
Hoiiieinau. Seized aud takou in execution a*
the property or Charles McCandless at the suit
or Henry B Culluui, Receiver or Punt National
Bank, Butler, Pa.
' ED No 226, Dec T, 1879. T C Campbell. Att'y.
I All the right, title, iutereet and claim of Chaa
: XcCandleas of. in and to 12 acres of land, more
j or losa, situate 1 in Bailor borough, Butler coun
ty. Pa., bounded north by Connoqueneaaing
creek. east by game. Month by Mrs Nancy Bredin,
and weft by an alley and street: frame house,
frame bam and other outbuilding* thereon
erected. Seized and taken in execution as the
property of Charles McCanJlesa at the suit of
Henry B Cullum, Receiver of First National
Bank, Butler, Pa.
ED No 226, Dec T. 1879. T C Campbell, Atfy.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Chaa
McCanJlesa of, in and to all that certain pieco
or parcel of land situate in Penn township, B it
ler oouuty, Pa., bounded aa follows: beginning
at a post at the northeast corner on lands of
Mrs Bu'ford thence by lands of ram a south 2
degrees east 179 perches to a post, thence by
lands of Rankin south 89 degrees west 112
perches to a post, thence by lauJs of Jm Dick
son north 2 degrees west 179 perches to a po-t,
thence by lands of Tlioe Ilobinsou or Cbarlss
MeCandless and others north 89 degrees east
122 porches to the place of begiuniDg, contain
ing 136 acres and 78 perches, more or less; log
hoasa. lo,' barn and large orchard thereon;
mostly cleared. Seized aud taken in execution
as the property of Charles McCandlees at tha
unit of Henry B Cullum. Receiver of First
National Bank, Butler, Pa.
ED No 220, Dec T, 1879. T C Campball. Att'y.
All the right, title, interest aud claim of Chaa
McCandle*a of. in aud to all that certain pie e
or paicol of laud situato in Peuu township, But
ler county, Pa., bounded as follows: beginning
at the northeast corner of the foregoing lauds
at a post thenco ujrth l}-£ dag. wost al.'-i perches
along lande of Mrs Bull'ord to a white-oak,
thence along lands of Negley's heirs et al north
degrees west 13 perches to an iroywood
sapling, thence along tho same north 8 > degrees
wer-t 13 perches to a post, the:.ee along lauds of
same north 09 degrees west 12 porches to three
maples, thenco along lands of same north 80
degrees west 1% perches to a cherry, thence
along lands of same, same course. 21 perches to
a white-oak, thence west 18 porches to a crab
tree (corner), thenco touth still along lauds
formerly of samo il}{ perches to a poet, thence
north 87 degrees east 44 porches along
lands formerly of to white-oak saje
ling. thence south 25 degrees east 75 perches by
lands of -to white-oak, thonce south
degrees cast 72 porches to a post at the
place of beginning, containing 60 acres and 40
perches, more or loss; log house, log barn and
laigo orchard thereon ; mostly cleared. Seized
and taken in elocution as the property of Cltas
McCandiess at the suit of Henry B Cullum, Re
ceiver of First National Bank, Butler. Pa.
ED No 115 A 127, Dec Terra. 1879. T C Camp
bell, T.ev McQuistion, Att'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Win
Johnston of. in and to 50 acres of land, more
or less, situatod in Adams township. Butler
county, Pa., bounded north by Samuel Davidson
and Johnston's hoirc. east by John Caehd liar
and A C Stewart, south by John Irvin's hoir-!,
and west by Johnston's heirs; frame house, log
barn and an orchard of between 3 and 4 hundred
trees thereon. Seized and taken in execution
es tho property of Win Juhusion at the suit of
Allen Wilson for use. and Thomas McCafferty.
E D No 100, Dec Term, 1879. Hancock A Donly,
Att'ys.
All the right, title, interost and claim of Jas
M Bredin of. in ai» to 67 acres of land, moro or
less, situated in Washington township. Butler
county Pa., bounded north by Jaincs llii;gitis,
cast by Wm P Miller, south by Stoner, and west
by Patrick Kelly; log hous9 and log barn thoro
oil erected; mo-tly cleared. Sei'c 1 and taken
in execution as the property of Jatacs M Bredin
at the suit of Charles Henderson aud Margaret
Henderson iu right of Margaret Heudorson.
E D No 100. Dec Term. 1879. Hancock A Donly,
Att'ys-
All the right, title, interest and claim of Jas
M Bredin of. iu a>id to 80 acies of land, more or
less, situated in Washington township, Butler
county. Pa., bounded north by Wm Patterson,
east by Lewis Patterson, south by Hubert Petti
grew; an 1 west bv James Higgins; log house
and log barn thoreon erected; mostly cleared.
Seized and taken iu execution as tho property of
James M Bredin at the suit of Charles Houder
soii and Margaret Hondersoc iu right of Marga
rot Henderson.
E D No 100, Dec Term. 1879. Hancock A Donly,
At t'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of J.is
M Bredin of. in and t > a lot of ground situated
in tho borough of Butler, Bu'ler county, Pa.,
ooutaiDing 20 town lots, said piece of ground
being bounded on tha north by Herman J Berg,
east by the Catholic cemetery and Geofge Rei
ber. south t>y the Kittanning road and Jeffersjn
street, and west by Monroe street, said piece of
ground containing about 5 acro-«. re ore or lei*,
and being laid out in town lots according to plan
of James M Bredin; lots to l> < sold are as follows:
lot No 10 being 6'ixl6't foot, fronting south oa
Jefferson street, a two-t:tory framo dwelling
house theroon erected; No 9, 50x100 feot. front
ing on Jefforson street. with a two-story frame
dwelling h">u«o and outbuildings thereou erected;
part of lot No sof said plan, being oast end of
said lot, bounded north by Jefferson street, east
by George Reibor. south by Kittanning road and
west by part of same, being about 50x100 feet,
with a two-story framo dwelling house and frame
stable theroon erected. Also tho following de
scribed lots of ground in said plan: Lots Noa 3,
4. 5 A 11, each fronting on Jefferson street,
50x100 feet back to College slroet; lots No 11,
14, 15, 10, 17, 18. 19, 20. 32, 23. 21 A 25, each
fronting on Colloge street. 5"x171 feet back to
land of Herman J Borg. Seized and taken in
oxecution as the nroporty of James M Bredin at
tho suit of Charles Henderson and Margaret
Henderson in right of Margaret Henderson.
EI) No 210, Dec T, 1879. J M Thompson, Att'y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Jas
Wilson, Jr., of, in and to a lot or parcel of land
situated in Jefferson township, Butler county,
Pa., containing 10) acres, more or less, adjoin
ing lands of Andrew Baker, Jacob Keck, John
Linkhard and others; log dwelling honso and
barn thereon. Seized and taken in execution is
the property of Jsuiua Wilson, Jr., at the suit
of It 1' Scott.
E D No 240. Doc T. 1879. J M Thompson Att'y.
All the right, tide, interest and claim of Jas
Wilson, Jr , of, in ami to 190 acres of laud, more
or less, situated in Oakland township, Butler
county; I'a., adjoining lands of John Whitrneycr.
John II Neviiian, Jamas Phillips' heirs et al :
frame house and framo barn theroon; abo-it SO
acres cleared. Seized and taken in exoeution as
the property of James Wilson, Jr., at the suit
of It P Scott.
E D No 210, Dec T, 1879. J M Thompson, Att'y.
All tho right, title, internrt and claim of Jaa
Wilson, Jr., of, in and to 50 acres of land, eitu
a'ed in Summit township. Butler county, Pa.,
adjoining John Beer, N (Jammings and others;
log bouse and log barn thereon; about 25 acres
cleared. Seized aud takou in execution as tho
properly of James Wilson, Jr., at the auit of H
P Scott.
E. D. No. 118. Doc Term 1879. J M Thompson,
T C Campbell, Att'vs.
Al' tho right title, intorost and claim of Hiram
Biker of. iu and to 110 acres of laud, more or
less, situated in Cent re township, Butler county,
Pa., bounded north by lands of Andrew Albert,
east by lands or Joseph Brewster's hoirs. south
by lands formorly of John Cress, aud west by
lands of Thomas Stewart et al.; anew frame
house and barn, goo 1 coal bank and apple and
peach orchard; about 75 acres cloarod. Seized
aud taken in execution as tho property of Hiram
Baker at tho suit of 11 P Soott aud Michael .Mo-
Gin ley.
K D No 198, DecT. 1879. Lev McQnistiou, Att'y.
All tho right, title, interest aud claim of C F
Smith of, in and to all that certain piece or par
cel of land s luated in Summit township, Butler
county, I'a , containing one-half acre on tho
south side of tho Butlor anl Coy lea vi lie road;
one dwelling house 21x28 feot, ouo dwelling
house 20x10 loot, one storo houso 2!ix3o foet and
one stable 20x20 foot thoreon orectod. Seized
and taken in oxoontion as tho property of V F
Smith at the suit of Benedict K >st.
E 1) Noa 215 A 240, Deo Term, lSfl'J. W A
Forquer, Att'y.
All the light, title, interest and olnlui ol Hugh
McLaughlin of, In :md to two hundred acres of
loud, more or less, Mtuit'-il In Sllppuryrock
township, B'ltlcr county, P.i, bounded north
by hinds of \V McLaughlin and Clias MrC.m l
les<, cast by It Critchlow and W Itculek, south
by W Morrison mid S T Chandler and west by
John Taylor; about 100 acre- cleared, balance
Iu timber, with a two-story frame house, log
barn and orchard thereon. Seized and taken In
execution as the prope ty of Hugh McLaugh
lin al suit of W G McLaughlin aud M A
McGralh.
E D Nos 87 A 88. Dec 'lVrm, 1879. W D
Brandon, Ally's.
All the right, title, Interest and claim ol S 8
Mays 01, in and to eighty acres of land, more
or less, situate Iu Falrvlew township, Butler
county, I'a, bounded north by Leonard Kaylor,
east by William Heplcr, south by Peter Miller
and west by Henry McLaughlin ; triune house,
log barn, blacksmith shop aud orchard thereon;
mostly cleared. Seized and taken in ■ xccutlon
us the properly ol S S Maya al suit of Mosei
Sullivan lor use, and Johu Berg A Co.
K D Nos 143 A 190, DecTeim, 1879. W A
Forquer, Att'y.
All the right, title, Interest and claim of \V
A Smith 01. In aud to llfly four acres ol land,
more or less, situated 111 Wintleld township,
liutler county, Pa, bounded north by lands ol
Arch McCall, east by K A llclmhold, south by
Win Cypher and we»l by Peter Cypher; frame
house, log barn, wagon shed,corn crib, pig pen
aud orchard lhereon. Seized aud taken in ex
ecution as the properly of W A Smith al suit of
M J McHrldcund Kuiumel Bros lor use.
E D Nos 223 A 22t, Dec Term, 1879. OA A
A T Black, Att.vV.
All the ritfht, title. Interest uud claim ol Jus
Hilliaid of, In and to one hundred acres ol land,
more or less, rituaic In Washington township,
Butler county. Pa, hounded north by Patrick
Kelly and W P Miller, out by Hon K McJuu
kln, sou:h by Peter llllliard and west by Jerry
lllillard; mostly cleared, Ininie house, frame
barn, coal biiiik, orchard and vineyard thereon.
Seized ami taken lit execution aa the properly
| of James llllliard at suit ol John McCullen,
[ W iu Sblra, Ex'r, Ac.
E D No 243, Dec Terra, 1879.
All the right, title, interest an 1 claim of A N
McCaud.esa. Matilda Jane HcCaodlbse, owners,
Ac , and A J? McCandleee, contractor, of. in au l
to a certain lot within tho borough of Batter,
Butler county. Pa., being 83 feet front and 7§
feet deep, bounded north by Jefferson street,
cast by Georgo Beiber, south by Kittanning ro*4
and west by Goorge Schaffuer; ais-> a certain
building being a dwelling house two-storiee high
with basement, 16 feet frout by 22 feet deep.
Seized and taken in execution aa the property
of A N McCandlesa and Matilda Jtue XcCaod
lesa, owners. Ac., aud A N MoCandloaa, con
tractor, at the suit of George Weber.
ED No 218, Doc Term, 1879. J M Greer, Att'y.
All lhe right, tit'e. interest and clai:n of Fred
erick Bona of. in aud to a cor tain pieoee or par
col of laud situated iu Batler township. Duller
county, Pa , bounded and deeoribe-l as follows:
commencing at tho Butler and New Castle road
thence north 14 degrees east 5J perches to a
stone pile, thence south 80 degrees east 68){
perches to a post, thenco south 2 degrees east
68 perches to a poet, thence north 5'.) degree*
west 92 perches to tiie place of boginning. oou
taiuiug 35 acres, morn or leas; log house, frame
stable, outbuildings and fruit trees thereou.
Seized aud takeu in execution aa tb-) property of
Frederick Floes at the suit of George B-ms for
use of Wm Watson.
B D No 241, Dec Terra, 1879. Ferd Reiber,
Attorney.
AH the right, title. Interest and claun of Geo
MiCaiidh-ss 01, in and to all that certain piece
ol ground situate in Butler borough, Butler
county, Pa. consisting ol lots Nos 14,15 and 10
in Kobert Graham's plan ol lots In s»ld bor
ough, and bomided north by Union stieet, east
by an alley, south by an alley and west by an
alley, trouliug on 3uid Union street 186% led
and exteudlug back trora niJ Union street 150
feet, having thereon erected a two-story Irame
dwelling house, outbuildings, Ac, Seized uud
takeu in execuiiou as the property of George
McCandle.s at suit ot Harvey Colbert.
E D Nos 72. 73 A 74. Dec Term, 1879. J N <fc
F S Parvlance, Att'ys. Test Fi Fa from Al
legheny couuty,"Pa, E D No 21, Dec
Term. lt>79. Blaki ly A Blug
hnrn, Attorneys.
Ail the right, title, interest and claim of The
Pil'sburgh, New Castle A Lake Erie Railroad
Company of, iu and to all that certain piece or
parcel ol laud situate In tho borough ol Zel
ieuo;de, Butler county, P.i, containing one-half
acre, more or less, bounded north by Bistlan,
east by B utel, south by Wallace aud west by
same; n frame building erected thero n, 20x20
feet, and used as a depot and stiticu houso.
Seized and taken in execution as the properly
of The Pittsburgh, New Castle and Lake Erlo
Railroad Company at buit of S R Johnston,
James S Negley lor use.
E D Nos 72, 73 A 74, Dec Term, 1879. J N A
F S Purviance, Att'ys. Test Fl Pa from Al
legheny county, Pa, E D No 21, Dee
Term, 1879. Blukely A Bingham,
Attorney*.
All tl e right, title, interest sud claim of Tho
Pittsburgh, New Castle A Lako Erie Railroad
Company of, in and to all that certain piece or
parcel of grouud situate lu the borough ol Har
mony, Butlor county, Pa, containing ouo-half
acre, more or less, bounded north by Jacob
Wise, e*-l by Olio, south by Etias Ziegler and
west by Spring avenue; a board or plank build
ing thereon, 12x40 feel, used as an engine
house. Seized and takeu in execution as tho
property el The Pittsburgh, New Castle >V Lake
Erie Railroad Co.npmy nt suit ot 3 K Johns
ton, James S Negley tor use.
E D Nos 72, 73 A 74, D«c Term, 1879. J N A
F S Purvian e, Att'ys. Test Fi Fa from Al
legheny connty, Pa, No 21, Dec Term,
1879, Blakely A Biiiirb.uu, Att'ys.
All the right, title. Interest and claim of The
Pittsburgh, New Castle A L ike Erie Railroad
Company 01, In and to all that ecrlaiu piece or
parcel of land situate in J icksou towushlp,
Butler county. P i, containing 350 square feet,
more or less, hounded north by John Rayhiser
and Mrs Nixon, e.wt by Breakneck creek, south
by Franklin road and west by Harmony road ;
station house, 20x40 feet, erected lh>.rcou.
Seized and taken in execution as the properly
of The Pittsburgh, New Castle i* Lake Erie
Railroad Company at suit ot S It Johnston,
James S Negley for "sc.
E D Nos 72, 73 A 74. Dec Terra. 1879. J N A
F 8 Purviance, Att'ys. Test Ki Pa from Al
legheny county. Pa No 21, Dec Term,
1879, Blakely A Bingham, Att'ys.
All the right, title, interest and claim of Tho
Pittsburgh, New Castle A L>ke Erie Railroad
Company of. In and to all that certain piece or
parcel of land situate in Adains township, But
ler county. Pa, containing 30x5') leet, more or
less, bounded north by Freeport and Bearer
road, east by railroad, south and west by John
Downey. Seized and taken In execution as the
property ol The Pittsburgh, New C.istle A
Lake Erie R illro id Company ot suit ol 8 R
Johnston, James 8 Negley lor use.
TERMS OF SALE.
The following inu*t be strictly compiled with
when propel ty is stricken down:
1. When the plaintiff or other lieu creditors
become the purchaser, the costs on tho writs
must be paid, and a list of the Ih-ns, includlug
nio tga.c senrchea < n the property sold, to
gether with such Men creditor's receipt* lor the
amount ol the proceeds of the sale of such
portion thereof as ho may claim, must be lur
iiished the dlieriir.
2. All bids must be paid in full.
3. All sales not settled Immediately will be
continued until 1 o'clock, r. M., of next day,
at which lime all pioperty not settled lor will
again be put up aud sold at the expense and
risk of the person to whom Hrstsold.
*3eo Purdon's Digest. 9th edition, page 440,
and Smith's Forms, page 884.
W. H. HOFFMAN,
iiovlS-3t] bhcrlfl of Butler County.
Widows' Appraisements.
The following appraisomonts of personal prop
erty cot apart for the benefit of tho widows of
decadents have been (lied in the ofSco of tha
Clork of the Orphans' Court of Butlor oouuty .
Etizabotk Snydor. slß*> 85.
Mary Grossman. *3uo 00.
Ito.lioia Mooro, i WH 00.
Mary Landers. SIOO 00.
The above wilt be presei-ted for confirmation
on Wednesday, the 3rd day of Decerab«r, 1879.
w. A. WRioirr,
novl2-td] Clerk of Orphans' Court,
Register's Notice.
Notice ia hereby given that tho following final
aud other auoonuta of executors, administrator*
and guardians have boen filed in the Rogiater's
ofHce, according to law, and will be presented to
Court for confirmation and allowance on
Wednesday, the 3rd day of Docember, A. D. 1879,
at 2 o'clock. P. M-:
1. Final account of Jacob Cooper ana James
M. Liudscy, Executors of Win. Reed, deo'd,
late of Jackson township.
2. Final and distribution nocotint of Wm.
P. Brnham, Adinistrator tie bonis nun of Geo.
B. Midberry, deo'd, late or Marion township.
3. Final account of Wm. P. Braliam, Adm'r
of Orsen Midberry, dee'd, late of Marion tp.
4. Filial account of Orsen Midbernr, dee'd,
Adin'r of George 11. Midberry, deo'd, late of
Marion township, as filed by Wm. P. II rah am,
Adm'r of the said Orsen Midberry, deo'd.
,5. Fiuul account of Robert L. Black, Adm'r
of Robert McCaraey, deo'd, lute of Venango
township.
6. Final account of Henry Pillow, Ex r of
John Pillow, dee'd, lute of Connoqueuessing
township.
7. Final account of Mary Slator and Francis
Slator, Executors of Daniel Slator, dee'd, late
of Donegal township.
8. Final account of William Neely, Adm'r
C. T. A. of Jane Neely, deceased, late of Cran
berry township.
9. Final account of Robert Riddle and Bern.
Douthett, Executors of James Norris, deo'd,
late of Clinton township.
10. Final account of Martin Q. Thompson,
Adm'r of Robert P. Thompson, deceased, late
of Slipperyrock township.
11. Final account of 11. 11. Goucher, Adrn r
or W. K. Potts, dee'd, late of Butler borough.
12. A count of Wm. Neely, Ex'r of Samuel
Neely, deo'd. late of Cranberry township.
13. Distribution account of George W. StUl
wagon, Ex'r of Jacob Stillwagon, deo'd, late of
Slippery rock township.
14. First and final account of Robert Hogg,
Guardian of Jeremiah Elliott, minor child or
George Elliott, dee'd.
15. Final and distribution account of Nancy
Patterson, Trustee appointed by the Orphans'
Court to make sale of the real estate of Samuel
Stoiighion, dee'd, late of Clay township.
lli. Final account of J. C. Shanor, Guardian
of Susan M. Shiever (now Slianor), minor
daughter of Heury Shiever, late of Zclienople
borough.
17. Final and distribution accounto. Matthew
S. Rny and John C. Ray, Ex'rs of John Ray,
dee'd, late of Fuirview township.
18. Final account of Emil Maurhoff, Ex'r
of J. G. Koegler, dee'd, late of Jefferson tp.
nSJ H. II GALLAGHER. Register.
Notice.
Notice is hereby givon that A. M. Corneliua,
Assignee of Rniiibart Fulis, hat filed his final
account In the ofllea of tho Prothonotary of tha
Common Ploan Court of Dutlor county, snd thai
tho samo will bo presented to said Court for
confirmation and allowanoe on the Brd day or
December next. A. RUSSELL,
novs 4t* Prothonotary.
Administrator**
Notice i* hereby girou th%t letters of admin
ixtration litve been granted to tlit
on the entato of KeCecoa Ball llurkhart, deo d,
late of Summit township, Butler oounty, Pa.
All persons, therefore, knowing thecaaelTaa in
debted to said estate, will please make immedi
ate payment, and any having claims against the
same will present them, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned for settlement.
JOHN EMERIOK, Adm'r,
Butler P. 0., Butler Oo„ Pa.
W. D. BKAKDoy, Att'y. loot»

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