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.tOTfe-All iulTerti»er» intendicr to m*L.-
:h»nr«n In tbelr .hou.d notify us ol
/ their Intention t«dc»n. not !at«r ibau M. n
_ ' J»J morning
Zimmerman 9 Xmiu opening
i Sheriff's Sale for Dec !*
Executors notice. «*tate of John
Pianos W R. Newton
/ Miller s Rubber and Leather Shoea.
•• Shanl & Naat i Suits and Overcoats
C. 6c T's Furniture
Agente Wanted
Siereoptioon Lantern for sale
* 4- Room house for sale.
Doutbett <& Urahain s Overcdate
'Adniaiatrston and Executors of tstufs
£ , cab—car* their receipt books at the CITI
W * ZKr oil re. and penon* making uabllc *»!■-*
• Ifeelr not* books.
- Fuhioas have been changing lately:
Innovations still increase,
\ And tbe gobbles, large and stately.
Now supplants the dove of peace
When Thanksgiving times are hasting
One and all. m spite of fate.
Join and give the bird a basting
' Thankful be and celebrate
, —Give thanks.
{ * —Christmas getting neai.
—Snow has held off well so
* —Frosty mornings and bracing air
—Christmas buying has begun. Ad
—hunters are putting in full time
these days.
—Four weeks from next Sunday will
. be Gfaristma*
—Teachers Institute in Kittanning.
this week.
—Seven new locomotives and many
new cars are being built for the Besae
—Mrs. Cain, lately of Indiana, is now
the mistress of the Bowman House on
Centre Ave
' —Local institute at Galbraith's
School, No. 2. Adams twp , next Satur
day week, Dec 3
—Both hotels in Zelienople were en
tered and robbed Tuesday night. and
money and liquor taken.
—The Purviance store-room in Con
noqueneesing was lately robbed of some
watches, chains and rings
—Game birds are very scarce in onr
-woods. It wonld not be a bal idea to
prohibit the hunting of birds with dogs.
—A Dayton cash register was stolen
from Kerr's grocery store at Man. a
turn sights ago. broken open and robbed
•ad then thrown into Parka s dam
—All the store room* in John Htein *
bo ild lug on S. Main it are now occupi
es, and then is not a vacant store-room
aloag the sttreet, which indicates that
boainess in Batler is picking op.
—W R Newton, representing the
Chicken ng-Chvte Bro'sC*, has open
ed a piano wararoom on H. Main St.,
■ad invites the public to call and ex
amine his Chase Bra*, and Hackley
pianos See card.
—£liczard weatherr prevailed over
the West, Monday, and cattle perished
OB tbe ranges. At Kansas City the
taarcery dropped <SO degrees In But
ler, Tuesday, from noon till midnight
there was a drop of 30 degrees, and two
aw by morning.
—-Everybody should read Mrs. Zim
meraian's special announcement in this
week's paper of her Fine Art Good* and
Christmas Noveitlea, and then "take
time by the forelock" and go to the
•tore and make their selections. No
Meh special effort In Holiday good* ba«
tvtr before Wn made In Bntler.
—The large barn on the farm near
Undor Cliff Allegheny Co., owned by
Will and John Campbell of Batler, and
occupied by A E Edmonds for a dairy
Wat destroyed by fire last Sunday even
tag. Thirty three cows, foar horses, six
HITM and one mnle were burned Th e
lo« la put at fh.UOO, and the insurance
with L 8. MrJnnkin of Bntler In f4'*V)
—The P Sc W R- R Co took off the
I*3 p in train lut Sunday and in ita
(toad baa put on an expresi leaving
Bailer at 10:4 > a m. and connecting at
Callery with the Washington and New
York expre**, which reaches the depot
4b Pittsbarg at abitu 14:20 p rn. Some
Other changtM have been made See
OqrrecUri Time Table on this p ige
-Barly laU Hatnrday rn >rmng bnrg
Olan attempted to enter the house of
fcalah Donaldson on Lincoln street,
through a window. Mr. Donaldson
was at work in the glass work* at tbe
time, bat his wife w-ts equal to the oc
oasion and opened fire on the rascal*
with a revolver, cansing their hasty
ratrsat No cine to their identity has
been discovered. Ho many cases of
petty robbery indicate that an organfz
ad gang ia at work here
New, four-room house for sale, (n
quire at this office.
—Fcyt a Xinm Stereo pticon
lantern latest improved, everything
(MVlti*. with Hi good standard views
Op account jJ ether ba*fa%M the owner
has no use (or It and it will he sold
MWp Inquire at this office.
WANT&DI WA.NTKD - Residents
Agta. for Batler City, to rej«re*cn» the
Grand, t'nlon Tea Co..selling Teas, Coffees,
Baking Fowler to pnvate families
Oaad opening for party rv«t afraid to
spark. Small trmil raquutd.
Address D. A. H*eTao<), t>mi Agt.,
159CroU>n Ave.,
New Castle, Pa.
What Next.
About five weeks ago C. E Miller
eorprieed tba people by placing on sale
•boat five thousand pairs of shoes at
half price. It has been a great sale.draw
teg trade for him from2ft miles In every
bisection, and now jnst when yon need
them be annonnces a Big Rubber Sale.
It, ia connection with his Leather HJU*.
will make thing* lively a (wind them
this winter.
public NalfM.
t!be aale on the II H Gold place near
North Hope on tbe 2d amounted to over
-#I,OOO. Mr. Gold intends remaining on
the the place and has purchased a hea
vy draft team.
Nov 38—At J. W Monks' in Middle
■ex twp., near Flick P. O , stock, farm
lag implements, etc. See bills po«t»d
OUT KTOcirn nre paying 17*: for bitt*r.
. Wfor
<*KK*' 40 for potato***. 50 for par*
Sips. V> for turnip* V) to 80 tor apple*.
W for nnacb, »to 5 a hf<ul for cab
wMP. 40 a l»i for drexwl chicken and
111 for tnrkejr.
~ Notice to WooUQrowers.
Meaar*. TfouJmv»'» Sons requiting ®"
«*»•« they have f'>r iheir own bini-
MM, I hare changed my location to
Onbtm Bro#.' grocery *t»re, ju»t acro»«
UM street from my ol<) location with
Twrinywi'», where I will be vlad to v r
•B «»jr former wool frienfli, a<mnriiig
them of Mr treatment, and the market
price la ca»h for ttirtr wool. Tront-nam
with to lUle tl.it they have K<ID« oi
tbt wool-{wring hufc.bon* aMg/ctHri:
-VfiL V. Kl>M9!«*aHt
Robt Hogg vs Wm Bailey >-t al. tres
' pas»- Monday the jnry pare a verdict
for the defts This case had !>een de
| cided before in favor of the deft and
; sent back for new trial by th* Superior
| Court It waii a suit for done
I by water of Slipperyrork creek bem*
I backed over the land of tae plf through
• the defts placing a log on top of their
j mill-dam at New Hope
! David Wilson vs W B Bird, issue
j award by the c»nrt w»-nt to trial Wed
j nesday last and Taarsday the jarv gave
! a veriict for the deft. Mr Wils-.a is
I dead and the -nit was carried on by his
, execnt jr.-. In hil Bard bono wed * 14»»>
! from Wilson en a note Judgment was
; given on this The defts claim the
I judgment was paid. but it was never i
marked satisfied and th» p'.fs -&y they
did not get the money
Butler Water Co. for use vs F S
Clark assumpsit, judgment giv»-n for!
Executors of David Crowe vs Alf
Wick and J H Sutton, assumpsit suit
for a veara s rental nn oil and gas lease ;
in Penn twp, verdict by direction of i
conrt for the deft and a motion for a J
new trial was placed on argument list. •
John vs Jos Ziegler trespass,
for trial Nov 30.
Lotz vs A M Ziegler, trespa-- for
trial Dec I♦> and Ramsey vs R izmsy. ,
sci fa snr judgment. Dec 15. I
Weihe for u«e of Evans City vs Car
ner A .Johnston, assumpsit, settled '
Tuesday, tne defts paying plfs #IOO and
the pifs paying record costs
Cal Kennedy vs Butler county, suit
for damages for opening new road over .
defts farm in Adams twp. settled for
Kfiymin vs Norri-. trespass, continu
ed to Dec 15. because the plfs' son a
material witnes-i u sic* with paea
The case of Statiffer vs Well u FarßO
Ex. Co. wm con tinned
The tresp-»s cis- of W C Jamnon vs
J L UcXaDiee and wife w i-> continued
antii .Innnary on account of aieknen* of
Mrs. MrNamee.
J H H;tdlanl vs N* B Din -m. hi
sutnpsit was tried Tuesdiy The plf U
tenant on the Dnnl f irui in Cranberry
twp on wrnich def bal oil leases. and
had conn-vied t<» pay plf for daini_f«s
done his crops This whs njt fulfilled
and th- jury gave a verdict in favor of
plf for $1 Hi
The trespass cases of R >v- B Copley
vs P & ft' R R and Thos Robinson vs
Pa K k Co were eontinued until
H B :k'*r v- Butler Co. darnt:?e
askel i new road over plf
farm in Adara-. tw;> was tried ruesday.
and the jury gave * verdict for the plf
for $3.70
Cannon vs Walker in 1 Lew.s tr«s
pas- was discontinued by the plf.
Martin Bowers vs Geo C R<-abel, (re
pa®* tried Wednesday and vertictgiven
for the plf for sls iri full.
E Kirchler vs Lewis <iantz et al tres
pass appealed from J P was tried Wed
nesday and verdict given for the plf for
The case of D G and W J Kelly vs
Geo Flinner was non united
Tbe assumpsit case of Nancy J
Douthett vs fi S Gibson is on trial.
Richard Campbell v* F. Hood and
C. F Noruwi. execution attachment in
satisfaction of judgment.
J P Jorden vs .Jas McGilghrist, ca-
J#ias in tresis* Plaintiffs claim of
lamages %><) 000 Bail required 11,000
Gran 1 Rapid 1 Fnrniture Co. of Mich
igan v-t S• i» 1 Di I- ct of Parker twp ,
T H Allen -4 R Walker. R L Tur
ner J .is M Vlnhan G. F. Daabenspeja
and J. W. Everett, directors assuni|>si'..
Plaintiffs ;lairn i r >o7 10. for fnrnitnie
for the new brick school house.
George Howenstein and Cyrus Boyce,
BOW for use of Ellen Ff/iys. adrn'nx of
Jos Hays, deed, assumpsit Plaintiffs
claim, $33 > OH
ftough Run Mfg Co Lid y« Jas N
Moore and J A Rarnnri. terre tenant,
summons in ejectment for house and
land in Winfieid twp.
Mfgrs and Merchants Warehouse Co
vs E E Davis, appeal by deft from judg
ment rendered by C E Anderson J. P.
S. Graham for use of Butler Havings
Bank vs D A Renfrew, sci fa sir
The will of John Kiester, late of Slip
peryrook twp hat been gr in ted and let
ters granted to John B Kiester and J
G. Rernck also will of John Crowe late
of Forward two and letters to Rev S
J Crowe and J vf Do itbett
En'is M' 1 Donald, surveyor, ''hristv
Robb and FJeriry Bright wer.- appoint<id
viewers ,n the petition •>( citizens of
Forward Jacks »r» and Conn ><| i-ne<-f
ing twjM for a 1 »r I<>! over the »m >
quenessing creek in Forwirl twp. on
the road 'et ling fro n tae City
road to tbe Butler (arinony r>>td.
_ Mrn S irah J »r 1 -i wts o it, in j til 1 tst
Fndav on a charge of adultery and has
tardy an lis yet t.her>- JaflM* K«GHI
ghrist was put in Saturday on a capias
for damage*, but gave fsmd Tnenday
and got on' and on the f&bcase against
hin he is out on bul The prosecutor
in the < t- .* | H |<'iank Jordan of Clariun
CA> ; wnil" vl ''iilgnris' is i widower of
about ii'i y.-trs and is said to h«v«
three >langhlers who live in Pittsburg
or Allegheny, and are respectablo pe«#
pie ftie Jord-ms were married in
Clarion county, but ha'l resided at the
Hherwin mines, in ''lay township,where.
Frank Jordan was a fmiler fin-man for '
s»-veral years. Ttiey had four children
threo sons and one daughter, the latter
now 10 years old. and the eldest son 1!)
Mr< Jordan is about 10 years of age.
The Superior ' 'ourt, sit ting In Phil a
Monday nominally reversed the case of
Carner et a) v» Peteri taken up from
this county and entered Judgment for
plaintiffs and again it tin- defendant for
'« cents damag.-s and also reversed
the case of Martin Ac Co. vs the Ka.st
End Oil r*o an l ordered a n»w trial
The court, also grants Swallow a new
trial in the liUd ease.
An unusual cas-i of mistaken identity
developed .ii criminal court, in Pitts,
bnrg, I ant Friday. Addison Fullertoa
* Butler couatv youn-< man. was taken
down frijtu the work-housf and tnodon
a charge of stealing a *lO i) diamond
from the Htore of K M C. Blank o£ Varfi
Perm avenue It was alleged that Ful
leTton was sh <wn the H.tone by lilank,
and when the latter's bank was turned
he returned an imitation, and the
change w is not noticed by the proprie
tor until next <l;iy The larcenv t/»ok
on viay ao last. A des':riptiori
wa« given U, Di-te- tive Thomas Mc
Onaide three days later and on July 7
Blank identified Fullerton as the young
man who ha/1 entered his establishment
Fnllerton having been arrest,«*l shortly
before for lare«-ny in Allegheny Fui
lerVni showed that, in April taut he was
sent to the jail in Butler county, where
he remained 57 days he having been
there on the day Blank I ist iiis din
mond Fnllerton was acquittcl
The will of Peter N* eley of Worth
twp was proltated and letters granted
to Surah <Nx-ley.
At Orphan's ('onrl Sal<' FViday last,
the house and lot of (ianter,
deed, on Mifllin and Wsn
sold to his son, Alvio Hale of the re
mailider < «f the estate wi i ,id |ourn»*d t/)
Monday, Decetnjier 5
On petition J H McLure, gdn. of Jos
I T Forrester, minor child of H H For
rester. deed, whk given leave to sell
ward's half interest in real estate in
On petition of Mi < Margt G Htiuam.
of Butler. Harry L Oraiiam Ivmj was
i appointed commissioner to ouiuire in
l hi the mental condition <>f lt»!fjeena
i Slater who has been confined iri I)ix
mont for s.,me ttiuo (•'isi and whiwi
condition will lacijt i»rnut her Ix-iug
brought to butler for inquiry The
I (Kvuroi>Mi(«ner appointed the following
i tutors to meet Dec <1: J B Greer A I! C
j(cKar(and. G E Kobiuaou.tJ A A brains,
-Jktiu H.irtiii and i'ticssl'^roKook.
Isaac M *Vci-». to Casper H Knauf lot
in Zolienople for ?4i6.
Isaac Key to P B A' L E R R lot in
Mercer for
John A Walker to same lot in Clay
[ for *IOO
Martin Wahl to W C McClure lot in
, Evans City for $75.
Alex Dmnbar to Sol Dunbar 80 acres
in Forward for #3ou
T A Bartley to W S Sefton "1 acres in
Clinton for $312.75.
('has O Huber to E A Reitz lot in
Bntler for ?■»*>
Elizabeth R Brown to A J Brown 38
acres in Fairview twp for #l.
J C Kelly to Rainmakers A Sports
men s Assn 7 acres in Slipperyrock twp
for s2o"'
D. A Renfrew to G. A. Spang lot in
: Renfrew for #l5O.
. /
Marriage Licenses.
Josiah C Christy Clay twp
! H. C. Rickenbrod Parker twp
| James F Easley Chicora
. Catharine G. Jones "
: D H. Black Bruin
; Ella S. Fletcher !'
1 W. J Brown West Sunbnry
J Mamie Fleeger Concord twp
Albert C Cashdollar Callery
flacna M Gerwig Beaver Co
A J Croup Sistersville. W Va
Tillie B M irtin West Sunbary
, Sheridan Armstrong Bntlc-r
.Mary Triel Win field twp
1 John Wilson Allegheny twp
j Mary Ferguson Middlesex twp
At Pittsburg—H S Davis of Arm
strong Co. an'l Anni M Fenn of Bntler
Co ; Geo A Mars, and Jen
1 me R McDonald uf Valencia.
At Pittsbarg. Lawrence Weaver of
Bntler county ami Lula C'urran of Fay
f ette county
At Indiana, Pa J E Lydic of Mars
arid Mmto DeArmeof Indiana county, i
At Pittsburg- W B Hmalley of ■
Shari.sburg and Annie Isenberg of But- i
ler Co.
Clfl'ftCll NOTES
Sunday nearly all the Bntler 1
cnurches and th>- V M. C. A. unani
mously endorsed petition t > the Senate !
an 1 . loase ot R-j»r»-'entatives askintr for
the passage of tne Ellis bill, which is
to prohibit the sale of liqnor in the ■
■c 11, teens iad p ibli • bail lings, and
the dany i-ine ot if og or to U. S
-uiiliirr Every gof>d citizea should j
wish this bill to become a la.v ,
Rev. Geo. H Viobert the teuiperence
evangelist prei ;aed in ttte .Second Pres
bytenan md L* P churcnes and the Y.
M. C A Sunday to audiences.
He spoke in the Ora -e Lntheran Mon
day even in t:, in St Johns Reformed
Tuesday and th<- M. E. Wednesday.
Kev. Vibbert is a jioltshed and cnl
tured speaker an 1 earnest in his work
Rev S P. Long. Pres. of the Lima.
Ohio. College lectnred in the German
Lutheran church Sunday evening for
the benefit of his school The subject
was "MY Mother's Monument."
The M'-Dowell Recital Co appears in
the M E church Trnlay evening, the
proceed- to be used for church pur
poses. Mr McDowell, tenor singer, is
not a stranger to Butler andience C.
N. iioyd, pianist, is a nephew of C. N.
Boyd. the druggist. W. B. Morris,
violin, is the otner member of the
Bt. Peter s Episcopal church is to be
gin fbe Advent season with a mission
The inissioner in to be the Rev. Father
Wattson, whose success as a Priest-
Evangelist has led him to resign all
other forms of church work and devote
his whole time to the preaching of mis
sion- The mission will begin next
Sunday and continue two weeks.
There will be evangelistic meetings
every night during the week at K
oclock, on Sunday night the hour of
service will be 7:30 Next Snndav
morning there will be two celebrations
of the Holy Commnnion, the first at H
o'clock, the second at 11 o'clock
A question box will be placed at the
door to receive such written (jneations
as anyone attending the services may
wish the miseioner to answer.
Tiif: Makkri That Russian Bear"
oil well in the Baku field 'doing 50,000
bbls a (lay according to report) is still
bearing the market The Standard
vas paying $1.15 yesterday and the
Producers $1 <SO.
!li>cb Br<s A: Fleeger tnbed their
well on the McCrea yesterday. It filled
np with oil and is supposed to be good
for 20 barrels
The Brosriahan-Jackson" Company
played to large and appreciatiye audi
ences Monday and Tue»lay nights.
Triey will give a matinee Phanksgiving
afien.fxin and Satnrd ty afternoon, and
entertainment. ten evening this week
Nkxt '.Vkkk in Prrr.Hiirjßrj.
A, / /^K
The city of Pittsburg is to have the
greatest, grandest, and best romantic
Historical scenic drama ever yet pro
duced For several weeks a small
tinny of car[>enters, scene painters, cos
turners and artists have been actively
employed for the grand production of the
drama "Cyrano de Berge
rac". The play is now having a phe
noiutaally suci-essful run in Paris, Ix>n
don. New York and Boston, and will
be presented at the Grand next week
jin all its stupendous magnitude
| Nover in the history of Pittsburg has
j *wb a gigantic production been placed
upon the stage. The presentation of
the gnat play brings into action over
three hnodred people There are sixty
eight s|M4»king parts in the cast, and in
some of the scenes over two hundred
jieople on the stage at. one time The
amount of scenery is astonishingly
I largo. Iri fact the magnitude of the
great production will astonish the old
est thie.it,re goers For instance, a stage
and thoatre inside of a theatre is a
scene never before witnessed. The
play of 'Cyrano de Bergerac" requires
not only a complete stage with scenery
on the stage, but tiers of private boxes
arranged one above the other. The
I audience expresses its approval or
rather its disapproval, so forcibly that
the actors are told they are "no goo<l .
and driven off at the jioint fir the sword
This scene alone in the Mansfield pro
| duction, it is said i*>st $12.000. The to
I tal cost of the magnificent production
i lias been placed at over $'.20,000 Not
• withstanding the enormous expense of
i giving this stupendous plav at the
Grand the prices will not be advanced
The "l*illsluirg Limited."
Beginning Tuesday, November 15,
•the Pennsylvania Railroad Coinyany
i will place in service the Pittsburg
1 Limited,' 1 a new fast express train from
Pittsburg to New York. Baltimore and
Washington leaves Pittsburg daily at
to.oo P. M , arrives in New York M 00A.
M and Washington 74 j A M
1 The train will carry through Pnll
tnnn sleeping cars to Baltimore arid
Washington, and sleeping cars and
Pennsylv trr i ulroad stan I trd coach
es to New York
It will l»e the fattest train in servi'-e
between the alsive points and will ap
I>eal to those who dewire to spend the
evening in t'ltt-bnrg and reach New
York, Baltimore or Washington early
the next morning.
dusic ir.jinn wanted, at uH W
| Wifync St.
Henben Mcfilvain. is on the sick list
Porter Wilson, of Sonora. was in
town. Monday.
James Blake, of Prospect, was in
town. Thursday.
AI. Heck was seriously ill last week,
but in on the-mend.
Jauies Robertson of Oakland twp.
was in town, Tuesday.
J I. Gallagher of Muddycreek twp..
was in town .Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Maizland and son John,
were in town. Saturday.
Charley Leise of Cranberry twp. is
attending court this week.
J. P. Robb and E. \V Hepler of Mars
have dissolved partnership.
Thomas Cooper of Denny. Jefferson
twp was in town yesterday.
Miss Haas of Philadelphia is the
guest of Mi-e Elsie Beighley.
Hon. John Dindmger. of Zelienople,
visited mends in linUer. Monaav
Samuel Hilliard. of Washington
twp., was in Butler last fnursday.
Frank McCrea went to Venango
County, on a nuuung trip Monday.
J. E. Brown and O. L. Sutton, of
Evans City, were in town. Thursday
George Rider and Orin Hutchison, oi
Centre townsnip.was in town. Tuesday.
R. H. Gold and Chas. Morris ot
twp.. were la town yester
~,em Smith of North Hope has moved
to liutier, and is living on New Castle
An infant child of George Wiest of S
Wasnington street is sick with dip
Harry Godwin will draw pictures for
the New York World, in the near
C. J. Hawk of Franklin twp. and U
S. Rider of Centre twp. were in town
L. H. Pfeifer, and wife of Evans Cit\
were in Butler, Thursday last and cai
led on the CITIZEN.
J. T. Mechling of E. Pittsburg came
up to Batler .Sunday, to see his brotnei
Burke, wno is yet seriously ill.
Thomas E Smith, of Butler town
ship. was in town, yesterday, feeling
good over large crops and tat stock.
Jos Kiskaddon of the Commissioner's
office visited with his aunt. Mrs. Isabel
la Gaibraith of Wmtieid twp. over .Sun
Mat Hinchberger has moved to Car
boil Centre where he is taking out ties
for tne new R. R He rented the Kir»
p lace.
C harles Reed has removed his faimil>
to New Castle where he has secured
work He will rent his house on Shore
Rev S. J. Crowe, of Warren 0.. was
in town, Saturday. He and Jas M
Douthett are the executers of John
Crowe, deed
Rawlins L)odds second son of Sheriff
Dodds, is down with typhoid fever.
His brother James though safely re
covered is not yet out of the house aftei
his sickness.
Prof. W, T. McCandless, of Evans
City, son of Alonzo McCandless, ct
Franklin township, is the Instructor in
Penmanship at the Teachers' Institute
at Kittanmng. this week.
Wes Roessmg is very proud of hi»
orange-tree, and has it in his show
window It is l>eanng this year for the
second time. He pnrchased it from
Mrs. Rev. Borland, three years ago.
William Watson, of Mt. Chestnut, is
not down with typhoid fever as stated
last week, and his son E A has re
covered. His other sou, E. M is in fair
way to recovery. Mr. W. himself in
enjoying excellent health and is thank
ful for it.
Frank Pierce of Co. E. left Saturday
evening to join his comrades again ai
Camp Haskell, Athens Ga after a su
weeks stay at home, half of which time
he was confined to the house by mala
ria. Frank took back with him 395
copies of 30 kodak photos of scenes in
and about Fort Washington. They
were taken by Tom Watson of Co. K
and developed by Abel Fisher, the
tai lor.
Women Find It Advantageous
to liave their money in the Pittsburg
Hank lor savings, 210 Fourth Ave., Pitts
burg, Fa., because it earns them 4 per
cent, interest compounded semi -annua -
ly. Write for Booklet explaining h-<w
to bink l>y mail
Any of our readers needing gas stoves
or gas ranges, gas fronts or any gas sav
ing appliance will find it a financial .Haz
ing to call at the store of W. H.
O'Brien & Son. u " Hast Jefferson .->t.
and get price* on the extensive line Uuy
have <m exnibition. 1 hey ure »!»•<
agents tor the celebrated Welsbach
Light, of which more than 1200 were
ol'l in Butler, last year
Take Advantage of Prosperity
Uy saving some ol your earnings in the
I'ilt.iOuig llank for havings, 210 Four h
Avt., rutsburg. Fa. It will pay you 4
per cent, inleiest tompc unded setni-an
■ iiiritly. Vol. can bank by mull.
The Jain CM Criswell farm in Adams
twp . near Mars, was not aold on tbe
22nd ot Oct., nor on the sth of Nov.,
and persona wishing to know about it
belore next Court will please inquire of
KoiiKKT Kll»l»
Mars, I'a.
best cash price paid for Buck
wheat. Wheat and Rye.
II delivered to all parts f the
'"R™ to n, every doy. I/eave or
ders a.
142 Main St.
FOR KENT A g<*xl. Hnlmtantial
stable near Court House; fonr large
stalls, carriage room and mow Inquire
at ClTl/.K.N office,
Highest cash price paid for Buck
wheat, Wheat and Rye
Suiiihiy KxeiiraloiiM to Allegheny.
Commencing Snndsy May 22nd and
until further notice the Pittsbnrif and
Western It II will H<-l| excursion tick
ets to Allegheny every Sunday for train
leaving Butler Mlft A. M city time
good to return on afternoon trains date
of sale. Fair for round trip 7ft cents
For blank applies ions and instructions
how to apply for reduction of 80 jarr
cent, of taxes on timber lauds send 25
cents to J. A. HKVOHICK KI
Civil Kngmeers,
Butler, I'a.
Of Interest to You.
Parties wishing to engage iu the livery
business, call on Walker & Wick for
location and outfit
Consider its Reliability
when you place your monrv in a bank
The Pittsburg Hank for Savings, second
old -sl trunk 111 I'iltsbnrg, Pa , ha* assets
of over f ""' always pays 4 I*" r
rent, rntrrest. The new lx.ok explains
how to batik by mail.
For bargains 111 valuable and desir
able residence* inquire of «valker Kt Mc«
! II you want a Bicycle or yonr old one
• repaired go to White Walter Ac Co.
largest stock in County. Bicycles for
' FDK SALE A graduating tuition
contract for Butler Business College,
eo*i ♦■VI. either shorthand or commer
I cn»l o/up#» I ofpun* »t ttoia 'XB's*
Remarkable Drowning.
Chailes Baker, aged about 15 years.
son of Baker, of Jefferson
twp . near Hannah-town met with his
death bv drowning last Wedn«->day in
a most remarkable manner. He went
to the well of the old Dougherty prop
erty and drew a bucket of water to the
top and took hold of the iron-handle of
the " old oaken bucketlost hi- bal
ance and fell headfirst into the well,
holding onto the backet Toe rope
broke and he sank to the bottom.
People gathered around a pair of
grappling ho>ks -.vere let down, they
caught his pauts. and Cans, was puilel
up feet first bnt h- was dead He wis
yet holding onto the b i -Set. and he hid
sank tiirough feet of water .tad nis
head had suns into the mud at the bot
tom of the well. Mr. Biker pur chased
the Dougherty property lately and
and moved there from Pittsburg.
Marklet on Sanatorium.
Mr. James M Swank, the widely
known writer and authority on iron and
steel statistics, gives an interesting de
scription in the John-town Tribune of
Markleton and the sanatorium there,
from which we make tne following ex
I ha%*e just spent a week at this place,
cn the Pittsburg division of the Balti
more & Ohio railroad. ninety-four miles
east of Pittsburgh, seeking and finding
absolute rest at the Markleton Sanato
rium. 1 write this letter partly to call
the attention of the readers of tne Trib
aue to the pure and dry air. abundant
sunshine pure mountain water, ami
oeautiful scenery of Markleton, and to
the comfortable, homelike, and every
way satisfactory features of the Sana
The Markleton Sanatorium was es
tablished in 1892 and furnished with all
the appliances for the treatment of
nervous and tired-out patients rheu
matic sufferers. convalescents from
attacks of tever, etc.. but not for the
treatment ot contagious or infectious
diseases. As a matter of tact there are
never very many really sick persons at
tne Sanatorium, anil these .ire of course
i ton fined to their rooms and are never
seen by the other guests in a whole
week I have not heard the hollow
of one consumptive, although
• here are nearly one hundred gne.st.s
uere at the close of the summer season
The Sanatorium is open the whole year,
.nd this is one of its good features,
•lauy, perhaps the laruest number, of
the guests who come to Markleton
come simply for rest and recreation.
Markleton is situated in the extreme
southwestern part of Somerset county,
on the beautiful Casselman river, and
11(H) feet above tidewater Its
hiifh elevation and its southern situ
ation, combined with its complete pro
tectipn by surrounding mountain ran
*tes from northwestern and other cut
ting winds, give to it a particularly
salubrious and pleasant climate
There is no malaria at Markleton, and
the fog which sometimes rises at
is speedily dissipated in the morning.
rJyen when rain falls the sun makes its
appearance the same day. This is iny
second visit to Markleton, and I am
impressed with the conviction that
there is not a more healthful location
in Pennsylvania.
*fhe management of the Sanatorium
is liberal and, as I have said, home
like. The utmost freedom of action is
accorded to guests except that late
uours and alcoholic drinks are both
prohibited. The rowdy element, which
takes possession of so many summer
resorts, is never found at the Sanatori
um, or at Markleton. There are no
naloons here. The rooms and halls of
the Sanatorium are and well
lighted. The building is heated with
not water, but there are also grates in
/he halls and 111 many of the rooms
Artificial light is supplied by au elec
trie plant.
The Sanatorium was established by a
comnauy of enterprising gentlemen,
residents of Mount Pleasant. Councils
ville, McKeesport, and Pittsburg,
r'rom the beginning the Kev. Dr John
>1 Harnett, of the Redstone Presbj
tery . has lieeti the Company's Resi
•lent Secretary and the Chaplain of the
Sanatorium, while his accomplished
daughter is the Resident Manager of
the institution. Dr. lv <) Grossman is
the Medical Director He has an assist
ant Dr. Miller—and also a female
assistant —Dr Potter Religious service
in a neat little chapel with beautiful
stained-glass windows, which forms a
part of the Sanitoriuni building, are
held every morning after breakfast,
ittendance upon which is, of course,
optional, and on Sunday Dr Harnett
preaches in the morning and evening,
there being no other regular preaching
at Markleton
The railroad facilities for reaching
Markleton are excellent Several pas
sender trains from both the east and
the west stop at Markleton every day
The distance from Johnstown by the
B &O to Rock wood, and thence by
the Somerset Branch, is in all fifty
three miles The Sanatorium is con
venient to the Railroad station, and
there is at the station an express office,
telegraph office, and postoflice Two
mail* are received daily from the east
and two from the west
Notice in Partition.
rutlkr County, ss.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
to William B. Doddn, fftgh Sheriff of
Kutler county, Pennsylvania, Greeting:
WIII'KKAS, on the sth -'ay of April, in
the year of our Lord one thonsanc eight
hundred and before the Honorable
Judge thereof, the Petition of Marv
fetnple, daughter of Mrs. R. J Dunlap.
dee'd., was feed, stfting forth, that
j".Mrs K. J. winlap left surviving her
two sons, Tho«. Dunlap, New Martins
ville, W. Va., and Perry Dunlap. of Cal
lery, Pa., and four daughters, Margaret
Dunlap, of West Sunbury, PP.; Adella
now Criig, of Mars; Jemima I'liipps, of
West Sunbury, Pa.; and Mary intct
tnimefl with c. Temple, the petitioner
and the widow and children ol Wiulield
Dunlap, dee'd., son viz Klleti Die lap
widow and Jennie Dunlap aged twenty
two, Wm., Leonard, Cerlrudc and
Sophia minors, of Wtlkinsburg, Pa , oi
wuoin Isaac Meals is guardian, and also
the children and husband of Sarah
Temple, a deceased daughter vu C.
Temple, hnaband, Kdw*rd and ottie of
full age, Scott, Muble, t'Vank, liltner,
John ano Mary minors of whom Isa.ic
iVtcals is guardian; als«i the children of
John Dunlap, a deceased son, viz Marry,
Oscar, l'loyd, Lee, of Kedkey, Ind , up
on which petition was issued a writol Par
tition returned, anil Sept. 7111
Painter He Murrin. Alt'ys., move the
court for rule on the heirs to accept or
refuse the premises a' the valuation, tkc,
uj>on which motion the court made the
foil' wing order,and now, Sept 7111, 189H,
the above motion piesenteil 111 open
court and s riile is granted c,n the heirs
and parties in interest as prayed for, re
turnable to December Term next.
Bv mi' Corner.
The property consists of a house and
lot in West Sunbury boro
These are therefore to command yo ,
the said heirs of Mrs lv J Dunlap to be
and apjwar lx-fore the -aid |udge at a
Couit to l«- helil at Butler, for the said
Uountv of Butler, '.ll the ift Monilay of
DecemlM-r, 1 H'jH, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, to show cause why
preiniaes of Mrs K J. Dunlap, dee'd ,
should not be Hold nnd to nithinit to such
other orders and deoieen hi the wild i:omt
nhall make touching the premise*.
WitneM the Hotioraihlr John M Greer,
President of our mid Court, the '>Ui dtiy
ol December A. I> IH9B.
Clerk O. C
When in Butler stop at
Mitchell's Restaurant
Everything M-VV
Room formerly occupied \>/ Hd.
116 Went J jffernon street, Butler.
numMiJu Wl OtTUifi,
At Hackensack. two miles west of
Jersey City, N J., during a heavy fog
last Friday, a passenger train on the
Ptnn'a railroad dashed into i crowd of
laborers, killing thirteen of them They
were nearly all Slavs and Italians. For
two hundred feet around where the ac
cident occurred the ground was covered
with (juivenug mangled l>odies The
unhappy engineer in his cab was
drenched with blood
John McCollough, a brakeman on the
narrow guage division of the P & W.
was killed S.itunlav morning between
Karns City and Millerstown by falling
between th** moving cars while getting
a drink on the tender He was a mar
ried man and had been at work but a
few davs.
Milton Thomas of West I) street was
badly injured Tuesday by a tree falling
on him wnile cutting on his fathers
Ni:i<;iutoitifom> NOTES.
Six thousand people attended the
funeral of Edward Beil-teui 'n Alle
gheny. one "fay last The great
crowd stopped all traffic on Spring
Garden Aye
G. W. Schmidt, the wholesale liquor
dea er of Pittsburg, filed a petition in
vol intary bamcrnptcy in the 1". S Dis
tri-t Court last Thursday. He places
his total liabilities at $-lf\Oß).
The bitcst Sensational
French I'lay
Cyrano De Bergerac, by Edmond
Rostand, which is ln-ing played in this
country by Richard Mansfield and in
England by Henry Irving, is just
brought out in a dainty handy cloth
bound volume at the price of 35c.. and a
cheap paper edition at 15c . by Hurst &
Co.. New Yo r k, the well known cheap
book pub rs. They will send it post paid,
or it may be had at all dealers. It is
generally pronoun red the play of the
year, and some critics r ink it close af
ter Shakespeare's masterpieces.
| Furniture j
> Event. \
J We told you about it last week; j
V will tell y->u more this week Out-C
r shining and overstepping all other €
, '-sai«-s" and events of ,he day— (
V should bring us a rush of trade— )
r offering the people the grandestC
j Furniture bargains it has e\er been «
C our g<x>d fortune to be able to of- J
i fer. Look at tilt piices marked C
on ihe green tickets, anil you will J
J be convinced we are offering genu- /
C ine bargains. Only goods marked y
* with green tickets arc rtduced in J
f price, l ul there is plenty of them C
S nid you will find thelil on the €
/ first floor I
c And Save You\
Vj 25 and 50 Per Ct. \
> Parlor Suit s , 7
f See t?i«-m iii show window that (
« were SSOOO Look at the price J
i marked on the green ticket; in /
I ( place of sjiso ■<*> you can liny it now f
■ $25.00. /
) / Parlor Tables, C
I ( They wen- SIO.OO, hut we offer "k
! C then l now f< r less money too /
J many high-priced ones, so we re- x
\ 'luce th- price of the filler ones f
I and nfle' them for $6.00. \
? Parlor Chairs. /
/ Most people prefer odd pieces, /
/ so liere is your opportunity to save V
I ) inone , as e have marked the J
\ #15.00 ones $8.50. >
J Side Boards. \
I A large assortment ftom fl6 00 C
\ up; hut we consid'-i the ones re- /
1 / uced from sso 10 he |{est value V
S Decorated Dinner Sets.
/ We always show a nire line of /
- price is re-/
f duceil on »mie of tile $1.2.00 and /
\ sls 00 sets The goods are per-X
/ feet, hut the price is only SIO.OO. (
The Chickcring-Chasc Bros. Co.
Manufacturer)) of
Grand and Upright Pianos
Have placed on "xhihltion at
No. 317 S. Main St., Butler, Pa.
a sample lot of then fine Upright Pianos.
Tin si I'iauos, comii'g direct from the
! faciorv and sold to you hy the inanu
' facturer. iie ani a large saving in the
purchase of a piano.
The celebrated Chase I'rothers and
llaekley I'lani s are end irsed liy all lead
1 ng artists.
These pianos can lie lioiight on easy
terms to suit the purchaser, i'ianos and
Oigaus taken as part payment tu ex
I Conic and see them and make a
| selection for Christmas
We Can Save You Money.
A Short Time Only.
Just to introduce tlieui
A practical Camera.
Small and Compact.
This offer never equaled.
W will prepay charges,
fct mil |i.au -m> more.
THt dollar company,
\i.\ sth Ave., I'itts'iurg, Pa
Insurance and Real Estate
117 K. J KIM' f KSON.
jhUTLEK, - PA.
For Baby's Sake
You ought t'i yuard
against ailments
that improper foods
induce. Everything
depends on what
baby cats. We
keep oily the reli
able makes ol Baby
Food and warrant
them Fresh.
Eskay's Food.
Malted Milk,
Laetated Food,
Melliu's Food,
Ridge's Food.
Just's Food,
Condensed Milk.
Bady's Mother
Ought to take some
Be-T.lr n and YVine,
i so 'lourishing to
nur-i >g mothers—
oura contains Beef
We sell it for 75
cents per pint.
Diamond Block, Butle , Pa.
Notice in Divorce.
} In the Common
W. H. Kracuney. Pleas Court of
vs J-- Butler Co., at A
1 Buuna E. Brackney. I I)., No 10, June
I J T., IS9S.
Book 19, Pg. 215.
To Ei'ima E Bracknev:—
Two subptenis having been returned
N. E. I. You, the said Emma E. brack
ney, above named defendant are hereby
required to appear in said Coint of Com
mon Plea, of Butler Co., Pa . to be held
at Butler. *>a., on Monday, the sth day
ot December, 1898, b.iug the first day of
next term of Court to answer the said
complaint and show ciuse, if any you
have why a Divorce Absolute from the
bonds of Mat imony should not be grant
ed to the said W. K. Brackney.
You are also hereby notified that testi
mony in above case will be taken before
the said Court on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1898,
at which time and place you are notified
to atund.
WIL IAM B. DODDS, Sheriff.
Letters testamentary on the estate of
John Crowe, deed, late of Forward
'wp . Butler Co., Pa., having been grant
ed to the undersigned, all persons know
mn themselves indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment,
and any having c aims against said estate
will present ti.em, properly authenticat
ed lor settlement to
Warren, 0.,
W. D. Brandon, Att'y.
Letters testamentary 011 tile estate of
David K. Pearce, deo'd., late of Butler
twp., Butlel Co., Pa , having been grant
ed to the undersign d, all persons know
ing themselves indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment,
and any having claims against the saijic
will present them duly authenticated'{or
payment to
CURTIS S. Pkarck, or
Butler, l a.
Coui.TKK & Bakkr, Att ys.
Letteisof administration ot the estate
of Lizzie Baker, dee'd., late of Middle
sex twp., Butler Co , Pa., having been
granted to Hie undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said
< state will please make unuud'ate pay
ment, and any having claims agamsi
said estate will present them duly au
thenticated lor settlement to
Samiiht, a. L*si,ik, Adm'r.,
liakerstown, Pa.
Letters of administration on the estate
of Mrs Valeria S'dlivan, dee'd., late of
Buffalo twp.. Bntler Co., Pa., having
been granted to the undersigned, all
persons knowing themselves indebted to
said estate will please make immediate
payment, and any having claims against
said estate will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement to
Jon si y. A. Sulmvan, Adm'r.,
Sarversville, I'a.
II 11. GouctfKß, and
Joiin C. CfkAilAM, Att'y.
Letters' f administra'ion on the est it e
of John M Crooks, lati- of Middlesex
township, Butler county, Pa., dee'd.,
having been «ranted to tile unileisigned,
all persons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate will please make immediate
payment, and any having claims against
sa id estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement to
Wm K. Thompson, Ailtn'r.,
Mclomn P. () . Butler Co., Pa.
J D. Mamsiiai.i., Att'y.
The limited imrtnerahip asaociation
heretofore existing and known a.s the
limin Company, Limited
wh» by a uiiaiiiuiouift oi i(h mt'tiibera,
passed on the lirnt day of Novcmlief,
1 SijH, dissolved, and notice ot its din
solution dirt cltfl to Ik* jcivcii according
to law. All parties indebted to thin
company or having claims it will
I ideate present the ut a f the offiie of the
company in I'ruiti, i'a., by order ot the
Braun's Pharmacy,
Cor. 6th St and Duquesne Way.
Pittsburg, Pa,. L, D. Telephone 2J42,
Wholesale and Retail.
Imjuir cr ami Jobber »»l Drills,
In urn als, Perfumes, Soaps,
Hi uslie.s, I'.tc.
The "tily house west of New
Vork carrying a full line of
Meyers' Grease, Paints ami
t In atrit al {joods.
Physicians' Prescriptions
(!otn|>outi(led l).iy 01 by
"Keoi-leted I'liar'tnaeisis" only.
Wholesale and retail
dealer in I.ubrii itinij and
111 iimniat inj; < its, < apital
Cylinder, Dynamo, Water
White and Standard <«as
Purine Oils, (j.isolein, Hen
zinc, Parafline Wax and
Aildrcss all mail orders to
W. F. Braun.
f M This is the season for Overcoats, and we • j
91 are prepared f>r i . Our stock is unsur- M
rfl passed. Everybody wants an overcoat m
and the time to get it is w hen the stock
Wm is tresh ami complete.
pi THE PRICE? fi
We have W 4
WA and qua'ities to suit
all pocket books Our customers know W
WJ that, and others are invited to come and
investigate \*<>u may be thinking of your W
wl holiday purcha>es. If you do not want an
j L v ever coat r r nice suit of clothes, our Fur- V
nishiug Goods d partment may interest you. M
Let us help you make selections. That's A
There'll be a Snow Storm Soon!
We make this statement not because we have any
private "tip" from the weather man. But snow
storms are due usually at this time of the year.
We Are Prepared For It.
No. 1. Boys' 2 piece Suits SIOO sizes 6to 15
No 2. Boys' Chinchilla Reefers $l5O sizes 3to 8
No. 3. Boys' Chinchilla Reefers $2.00 sizes 9to 15
No. 4 Men's Beaver Overcoats $5.00 sizes 34 to 42
No. 5 Men's Chinchilla Overcoats $4.00 sizes 36 to 44
No. 6 Men's All Wool Suits $5.00 sizes 34 to 42
No. 7 Men's Fine Worsted Suits. $7.00 sizes 35 to 44
No. 8. Men's Blue Ulsters $4.00 sizes 34 to 42
No. 9. Men's Frieze Ulsters $7.00 rizes 35 to 44
No. 10. Boys' Knee pants (all wool) 50c sizes 3to 15
Schaul & Nast,
137 South Main St., Butler, Pa.
Has Made Another Big Haul.;;
This Time a Car Load of Rubbers.
The Great Rubber and Leather Shoe Sale Will go < >
Hand in Hand and Make Our Trade Victory \ >
A Complete Success. < >
We have justly gained a reputation for selling leather
shoes cheaper than any other house in Butler county, and '
now we intend to make the same reputation on rubber * '
goods We have the and we will sell them to you < ►
cheaper than you can buy them for elsewhere. < >
Hear Us About Rubbers. X
Men's Light and Heavy Rubber Hoots $2 oo ( >
Men's High-cut Storm Rubber Boots 3 00 . ' <
Beys' Litfht ami Heavy Kutitx r Roots 1 50 |
Hoys' and Youths' High Storm Moots, $1 75 a 00 { >
Men's Pelt Hoots and Overs, best 2 00 > ' k
Men's Knit Stockings anil Overs 2 00 |
Floys' Felt Boots ana Overs, first quality 1 50 < ►
Youths' Fell Boots anil Oven, first quality I 00 i ,
Ladies Felt Boots and Overs, first quality 1 00
We Defy Competition. We Under-Buy--We Under-Sell.
Youths', Misses' and Children's Rubt>er Boots $1 00 a
Men's Buckle Arctics, first quality I 00
Men's Wool-l'Ded Alaskas $0 \
Men's Fine Storm Rubbers 50 4 l
Men's Fine Rubl>ers low-cut 4°
Ladies' Warm lined Alaskas 5° ' '
Ladies' Buckle Arctics 75 4 >
Ladies' Rubbers, fine or heavy *5
One Lot of Men's Felt Boots, 25 Cents. J |
These arc Boots carried over from last year. We do < >
not want to sell them with our new goods, hence we will < >
clear them out at 25 cents. Vou can cover a pair of them < >
with a heavy 50-ccnt ovctshoc and you will have the entire >
outfit for 75 cents. 4 >
We Are Strong at All Points. ( }
If you want leather goods come to us; we will take
good care of you, For the last five weeks we have sold .I.
more SHOES than any two stores in Butler combined, and I
we intend keeping it up, too, and it will not take much cf- |
fort 011 our part as long as we can sell you Shoes at half |
price |
Come to Butler--We Pay Your Railroad Fare { (
One way with a purchase of $10.00; both ways with a < >
$20.00 purchase. There is only one great sale at Butler, < >
and that is at < >
Butler's Progressive Shoe House;;
215 South Main St., Butler, Pa. X
' Railway Schedule of I'as
*'•ll Trains in cflcct Nov. 20,
iK<>tf. Butler Timk.
I 1 Arrlva.
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A Pleasant Palatable Remedy
Manufactured ami Sol.l by
Butler, Fa.
Firstclass Rigs und Horses.
kenr of Motel Ilutlcr, South Main St.
toll T»l»|«hon« yi.

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