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THE' AMERICAN CITIZEN.
Butler, Pa. Wednesday, Dec. 6.'865 tgrß. C. Huselton is now prepared to take anew style of pictures. Cnll aoJ »:e them. I®-By a reference to our advortisinp eolumi.s, it will be seen that J»- T. Pape & Co., have just received » ' ot ew Goods. Call and exnniine them. j®-We would call attention to the Professional Card of G. A. Pluck, Ksq We bespeak for him a liberal share of patronage. jgp»We would call the attention of our readers to the advertiserocut of Duulap, Luker & Co., in another column. Per sons visiting Allegheny City to purchase poods, would do well to call at No. 136 ) Federal St. ' Butler American. The books of the American arc at my residence, two doors south of the old office, where persons having business will please call. M. HABI»KTT. Kail Kna(l Slfcliiiß. The Commissioners named in the Act of Assembly, entitled "an Aot to Incor porate tbe Connoqucnessinp Valley Itail Road Company," approved the 22d day of March, A. D., 1865, will open books for receiving subscriptions to the capital stock of said company, at the Town Hall in Zelienople, Butler Co.. Pa. on the 20th day of December, A. 1). 18G5, at 1 o'clock P. M., of said day. COMMISSIONERS. —J. G. Campbell.J. N Purvianee, .T. (r. Muntz. I*.. M Junkin, It. C. McAboy. Thos. llobinsnn, A. I*u-k, J. Jjcvis, A. Zeigler, W lrvin, J. M. M'Kinncy. W. (1. Rose, fv Griffith. Vance Stewart. J. R. Ilanna, 1). L. Itubrie, J. •T. Cuthbertson, J. Ferguson, J. W. Blan cliard. Xalional Tluink*<xivinf(. WASHINGTON, October 2ft.—The Pres ident tc-day issued the loliuslnj; procla unitii>i) : By the President of the United States of America, a proclamation : WIIKRKAK, It has pleased Almighty God during the year which is now coming to an end, to relieve oui beloved country from the scourge of civil war, and to per mit us to secure the blessings of peace unity and harmony, with an enlargement of civil liberty; and whereas, our Heav enly Father has also, during the year, graciously preserved us from the calami ties of foreign war, pestilence and famine; and whereas, righteousness exulteth a nation, while sin is a reproach to any peo ple, now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson, President of tho United States, do here by recommend to the people thereof that they do set apart and observe the tint TtUrmhty in Demnbrr as a day of Na tional Thanksgiving to the Creator of the Universe for these deliverances and bles sings; and I do further recommend that on that day the whole people make a con fession of sins ajsainst 1 lis infinite good ness, aud, with one heart and one mind, implore divine guidance in the ways ol national virtue and holiness. 111 testimony whereof, I have hereunto net my hand and caused the seal of the United States tobe affixed, hone at the (Jity of Washington this 28th day of Oc tober, in the year ISfirS, and of the inde pendence of the United States the eight ty-ninth. ANDRKW JOHNSON, Trcs't MEW A DVERTItGX IM S. Administrator's Notice TFTTKKS of Administration, no the estate of James j M'Clelland, '» ,H ®f Oranhery Township dee d, have been grunted to tli«* undersigned. therefore all person* indebted to Mid ntiite are respectfully invited to makt Immediate payment, and those having claims against the PMtie will present them prcperlv authenticated for set tlement. MARTHA M'OLELUND. Dec.6,1865. Alm'x. Administrator's \oticc. IETTERB of Administration on the ivrtfttiof John _J llartxel. Isite of Oranbury Tp., flee'd., have been granted to the undersigned,all person* knowing them selves indebted to aaid estate are requited to make immediate payment, and those having claims ngafnst the Mine will present than) properly authenticated f>r set tlument. JAM** SAM TLB, Dec. 6, 1865. Adm'r. Administrator's Xolicc. NOTICK is hereby a*von that letters of Administra tion 00 the est ito of Willivn S. M Kinney, late of Venn tp., Butler county, I'a.dec'd, have been granted to the undersigned; therefore, all p*renn« knowing them selves indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the said estatn will please present thorn without delay prop erly authenticated for settlement. JOSHni DOUTIIF.TT. 6, '66. Adm'r. Klvcliou of IkircrtorM. FIRST S • ;10M1: DANK OP BrTI,«R. 1 . Decern bar 4th, IKC6. / AN election for NINE DIRECTORS of thia Bank, to serve for one year, will be held at the Banking House, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1K66, between the hour* of 10o'cl«.ck, A. 11., ao l 4 ocb ck, i» M 1. J. CLMMIMIS. Dec 6, 1806.—3t. Cashier. DisMOlution of I'artuersliip r|lHl partnership heretofore existing Graham x A Cratty, have this day (November 2Mb, J»66; been dissolved by mutual consent. ORAIIAM A CRATTY. December 6th, 1865—3t. LIST OF LETTERS. 112 HUE following is the list of Letter* remaining In the X Post Office. Butler Pa. Dec Ist, 1865. Allshouse Mary Ann Gaston J C Becbth< .InhnJ llafer N J Burriss Wm. * llafer John Byera Mrs Amanda J ll»fer Mrs Jane Both en Mia* Mary * IDwtel Esq Wm Butler William lloil George Itryson Lt. R. R. Kersey Miss Rebecca J Chandler Eliza J. Leoy Mr iiarrin 2 Dunn Mr Jr R.G. M'Gurm .Nicholas Duflbrt Michael Merrvman Sophia B Jmnn Esq Wm Martin Thomas Griep Jacob Ehennrd John Groves J M Wallkens Jonathan Persona calling for any of the above letter* will please say they are Advertised J.J. BED WICK, Dec. 1,1866. Post Master WM. J. u. d SAMUEL GRAHAM, M. d HUSELTON & GRAHAM. (Late of the U. ft. Army) PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. tg&.o*uca in Boyd's block, Main Street Butler Pa. For Sale. A HOUSE and one acre of land situated on the Alle gheny plank road, eight mile* fiom Butler, it is a good situation for a store—good neighborhood, conveni ent to churches add school*-fbr further Inlbnnafton in fair# at this office BIJTJ'TGW M AHKKTB. EnTLir.Pa. December 6 1865. BUTTER —Fresh Rof, '%> cents per pound . * BEANS —White. SI,(KJ pir bushel. BAR LK V#--BWE» u tt. ®0 BEWWAX—% coots per pound. EGOS—2O :ents per dozen fLOUft—Wheat. ffi.OO to 6,50 par hund.; Rya 4,<W | Huckweeat. ,60 per bun*. HiUlT—Dried Apple*, 12,00 to per bnshel; Dried | Peaches. W.flO to 4.8). FKATUEKgI-H^ctntsper pound. Gil AlM—Wheat fl.7sper b rebel Rye, 75 Oats. 601 ' i C« rn 75: Buckwheat, Tcc. GROCERIES—Coffee, Rio, per pound; Java, brown Sugar. 18cper pound; do. White, SOr N.O. Mola* | ex 11,60 cents per gallon: Syrup 1,75 and |2,.00 IIIUES—7 cents per pound. LAUD—IS cents per pound. NAILP—I7.OO per keg. I'O'J ATOKS—*I,26 per bushel. I'OUK —8 to 10 rents per pound. RAI IS—*4 rent* per pound. KTCB—IS cents per pound. SKKDS—Clover |H,ooper busbe!; Thnothy 13.00," flax, $2,00. SALT—S3,7S per barrel. TALLOW—IO rents p»r pound. WOOL—SOc per pound. ______ At the re«idonce of hei *on-in-law, J. Ziezler, Esq., In this borough, on the 28th ult. Mrs. Lavina Drinker widow <<f the l.ite Abraham Bi inker, dec'd, aged tk> yr» 2 months and 2*) days. (Westmoreland pipers please copy) November Ist. of Cholera Infantum, near BrMrnsdal" Ninnle, only child of Archie and Melus* Dotlils, ago.l 1 ) ear 4i ln my few short hours of slumber, And 'neath HOITUWI melting wave, I can apenk or think of nothing But my little Nlnnte's grave. For our darling little N'lnnle thi» earth has passu. 1 away; Inch a «hi.rt time she WHS with us, It seems but one sbart day 1 I can «ee her yet before me, In her little crim*»n frock. With her little bine eyes dancing As I taught her how to ttalk. Still a sadder thought romes o'er ma. And Mother n». bjng ware. For alas ! my he irt lies buried In my little Munie's grave." Sam.ll. • makiued. On November 28th. at the i« ildi-nco «»f the bride'* fa ther in Fair view tp , by Rev Herr. Mr. Jacob Falter of Mercer co., formerly of Butior), to Miss Julia C'ollaus. May peace and prosperity attend the happy couple through life, In the wish of R svix ias. jwricm I ° N XOQI KN K ' US ) I N f* n' J j DC j' stated meetings at the (tall, on M mi Street. Butler Penna. every six o'clock. Brethren from sistor I,odgeß are respe t fhl y invited to attend. By order of the N. O. • A. Y. M.—Butler I/odge. No 272. A. Y.M. holds \ it* stated meeting* in the Old Fellows llall,an %TJV> Main Btreei, Butler PH. on 'he first Wednes /yVf day of each mouth. Brethren from sister ' \ Lodges are rs-pectftilfy Invited to attend. By order of the W M. The Ma ami A. Hamlin Cabinet Organs. foity dif!eront stales, adapt, d i•> - ; ■ t and scculiai mu sic, frrHMioWofeacU. THIRTY FIVE HOLD or.SIL VKR M KDAf.fi. or other first p: emln*" awaqle.l them. Illustrated Catal>guefl fiua A<tdre««. MASON k HAM LIN, IJosfov, ui MASON tilt'nil follS, N sw Tuft*. Nov fit, et ly. **-EDITOR of theCrritt> 7>or Sir: With your per- I ml«ion. 1 wi«h t" say t the veadei- fy.ur paper, that I will send, by return nvul. t > ul> who with it, (freef a ftecipe. with full directi- iim 112 r in .king and using u sin» I pie Yeiretahle Ualtn. that will «ffe u*li> remove, iu ten i da\ s, I'imj l"s Blotches. '1 an. Fre ' -s mid all Impuri- I ties of the.".kin, leaving th same bolt, clear, smooth and heuntiful. 1 will also mail free Jot] • • hv,n< Bald Ifanui. or Hare Km- • • 1 !• " 4 MM ioftxiMation that will j enable thom to start a full growth < t Luxuriant Hair, Whisker*. «»r a Moustache, iu than thirty days All applications Hiisv-.-red by return mail without charge. Renectfully yours. Til OS. F VH APMA.V, Chemist Nov . 20, '66.—3m. H3l Broadway, New Yoi» yyTo —The undersigniKl having restored to health in a few wcel ■» by a very simple dv, after having suffered (ev«rm je*rs. with n • lung affection, a-id that dread To all who desire It, h»» will fend a copy of the ei iption usctL (free «d Charge l , with the directs preparing and using the same, which they will find ;» Comm. etc. The only object ol theadvertiser in eon the prescription is to benefit th.-aljlicted, and spr -t • hoj <•« every sufferer will try hi- remedy, as it Cos-. :• n uothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the praseription, will plertse ad Ire- Rl.v. IDW A hi) A. V\ I Lfi »N Wrilianihburg, Klng«C»ui v JYbv, 20, 'o6—3m. New Yo.: Slrny Coir. I >roke Into the enclosure of the subscriber 1 \-in_ i |> Wfianinirt <n tr> , on or about the >wh ber last, a d irk rert Cow. supposed to beeix s. v ve:<ri old last Sprint;. A'o other marks ner. The owner i*des.r--d to come, prove \ cbar/es an tnk«- her a Way otherwise she wi posed of aoeordiiiif to law. Nov 29, 1^05.J MARVIN tl. CII i»ito»ri;tTUN OF THE tIUHIIC MONTtILi FOR IQSS. With the number'for January, 1*66, the ATLATIC Momhkt entsia upon its sEVExrn rot i mf It has reached an atre and a circnl tl lon never bef.»r( attainod by anv American magazine of its cl**s, nnd it popularity steadily increas'-R with each succeeding yosf The Publishers listve |.rovided f»r the raadars < ftb« ATLANTIC during the a tmlng yoai which tliay are confident will n »t only sustain the reputation of th martr>ne as the ,etding exponent «>f American I tora »nre. bnt will increase its general Httracliveuess au> The ATLATIC for the year 1806 will contain ths folios in* featnret «112 expert ,i interest: PASSAGES FROM ITAWTBORXE'S VIA Ff extracts from the late Nsrm«»ttt. fIAWTBon m bepinning at n period immediately subsequent t-ois leav'off f'olfo.ro. GRIFFITH OA UNT ; on. JEALOUSY. A ie* Novel, by Caviars Kbapb This n- w story bstrifs in the December number, and bids fair to be one of Bit. Iteadc's most interesting novels. THE CHIMNEY CORK ER . Pv n\aßir T Ik«xci> *r Stowk. Mrs St«»we will c>u inue her oduiiiallo ptv pprs upon d rmeStic and social topics. The fhree above named ;e ß titres will he j<r.tinne« thronghont the yoar. In addition to those the* Ttsgaaiai will e<>nta<n: STORIES BY BAYAKD TAYLOR tha • o wh»<*!».—a Kossiun tal % entitled, ' beau y an 1 tb» —Will ap' ear in January. 'TORIES FY Mr, 1. MARIE CHILD, th« flr>l <■ which, ei.till d, "l'oor Cbloo,''Will beprintel in th« February unmbcr. . D ";?S!"? S , hy *,* M ,r,t Th ' immic rh.,. Inl't'rnlTw "'"lf thn* ~r lour nonlli, nJS K DAYS nr WALTER SAVAGRLAN lJUti. Containing a variety of interesting incident and personal reminirsnce, by one who knew bins rtic,e " especially emtfnerated the Atlautic for IMb will furnish its readers frith its usual variety of TBI BEST ESSAYS, fUK BEST SSOKIES, TUK HKOT POE>«. from its unrivaled corps of contributors, comprising many Of the grst American Writer*. Ihe January number will contain contrihrfl'ms from Henry »\ Longfellow, the late N'afhanrel Itawthorne, Charles Reads, Harriet B Stowe. J. T. Ttowbrtdges aln n.J/i7* t,t iu B * T(, I d Tavl " r ; I>ou- ( l | yj. Mitchell ! Hamilton, The author of "Life in ths Itun Mill. And other popular writer. TERMS OF THE ATLAUTIC. Birwln siriiKrlptlrma _r. nr .Villm, p, r ™ rm 'f" "lT woco l ,i ~ f " r * 7 . £ «: «><• w* f.ir ne.oo tencopiM tur S3U.DO; and mi-u m.i.Jii (..qmL copy oi\ i?ll hVf' of twcntv rn >i>r> c..pT U ° r dpiMfor uxtj t liihbinK with •' Oar Yonnc Fc'k* " Th* Atlantic jnd Out- Yum,l K..lk- will b,. to ~ne M.l.t* fur Fit. l)ullor« pur vnir. • TICKNOU * FIELDS. Puhlinhera, GEO. A. BLACK, " at L.aw 112 AMOAOJENT fur the collection ol Poolooi, Boootr, B«ck- p»v, 4c. Utiles with J. N. M J. Purviancs, I)«c «. n«B:tr B ""' r P *- pURE CIDER VINEGAR, A ,'M! ; Graham & Huselton's STORE- Ft- « IMS PROSPECTUS" FOR 1860 THE UDY 7 ! FRIEND. SPLENDID ARRA Y OF TALENT fner.tering upon the third year of it* existent. tho proprietors of nil* new m-igaeine hcglenve to Offer thoir thahln to the ladi«** «»f America for thi- liberal nupport ulready to them. Few mrtgazitiH* hare b >a-t --cd during their srennd year of a lL»t of nearly twenty fire thousand names The LADY'S KTM S» will continue to devote as hereto fore to Chi-Ice Literature and ihe Illustration* of the Fashion*. It will contain thflatent patterns of Cl -ak*. Cap#, I loud Dresstses, Fancy Wurk, Embroidery Ac., with Receipt®, Music and other matter* interesting to I alios. Tho Mmic alone I* worth more linn the cost of Ihe whole magazine, the pieces being delected by Prof Oetio ftoiu trte capacii us repository of that widely known and eaterpruing firm, Meeirs. Lee * Walkor BKAUTIFIL ENGRAVINGS. A bean Ifnl Steel Fancy Knzrnjlpg and a Superb Col red Hte«l Fa-tbiou Plate will liUUitr&to fvrry numb"' ; •sides well executed Wood Cuts. illustrative of thi n-hiuna, Fancy work, Ac. t too numerous to drtatil. SEWING MACHINE PREMIUM. In order to enable ladi-a to procure a quality ving M whine ut very little outlay, we make tbe 11- *iog hberal offers*— Wo will a'ivu one of Wheeler 4 \S laun's celtbrt-twd sewing machines, the re.ular pi ice wh eh is fifty-fire dollars, on the following terras : 1 Twenty copies of the Lady'sirioud oneyuar, and the ewing Mochine, .$70.00 fbirty copies one year, uud ihe Sowing Ma ne $85,00 forty copies, one year, aud the >ewing Ma hine, 5100.00 in the lirai «-f the a ove clubs, a lady can get twenty ■ oribeis at the regular piice of $J 60a copy, and then .nding on the«e subset iptions, and twenty (it,'lars itiilinn. will get a Machine that she cannot buy any- U*re ei»e for le-is than fifljr ftr« d .liar- If she gets rv subscribers aud soveuty-Aro Dpllait, she will 1;. have to add TEN D' US to the anionnt. While i o geuforry subscribe! a at the tegular price, she get her machine for nothing, iii« maimzine will be sent to different post office*, If id. ihe names And money shonid be forwarded m ; idly as obtained, in order that the «übsct lb6r« may it to receive their magazines at once and not become itfsfied with the delay. \\ hen the whi.de amount of ■i -v i* rccoivud ihe Sewing Machine will be duly 1 >arded. !ie e;iubs may be partly composed of subscribers to Saturday Hv Suing if desired. •#- In ail cases the machine sent will be the regular iJiKDfcR 4 WILSON ti No. 3 Machine. ta-ld by thorn j New Y- rk for fifty-fivo dollars The Machine will be eted nrw at tbe manufactory in New Yoik i for warded fi ee of cost, with the exception > 112 freight. TERMS: >i*r terms are the same an those of the well known w ekly paper tho Hiturdty Evening Pint —lu order thet tin Clubs in«y bo made up uf tlie paper and magazine c iijeimly when it i» so desired—aud ureas follows: I i )S copy, one year, $2 50 i<» copies, •• 4 «X) 1 ur " •' 8 00 i . ht copies, one year, (and one fcOltei up of * Hi 00 Tvanty •* •• - •' aft 00 o o 'crpy of fho Lady's Friend and one of the Post, s4ou -inglenumbers of the LADY'* FFTIS.RB (postage pah! by V*. 2o cent.-. übacriher* in British North America must remit 12 ♦'•its in addition to the annual subscription, as we have !>> 'repay the U. 8. Postage » e contents <-f the Lady's Friend and of the JW will Ajravs be entirely uiflerent. \ddre-i I'EACON A PETERSON, Nov No 310 Walnut street, I'biiadelphla. t'lie Model I*ar!or Huxitzino of America. SD2IIS£O]I^S"S VIONTHLY MAGAZINE mbines and present* the most intere*t!ug. useful, an ? trsctivo lumy of posular featuiei ever offered in a cignziiip, including -ARGKK ANP MORE COSTLY STEEL ENGRAVINGS Than are furnished In any other. ORIGIN \L STORIK'I A!»n POEMS HT THR MOST tWINENT NEW AND VALUABLE MUSIC, P.y the most popular compceert. VRCHITtCTURE AND MODEL COTTAGES. With diagrams. FINK PORTRAIT S OF KUINUNT PIM3O.NS TIIE FASHIONS, - every department* of Litdles, and Children's Dresn leudidly illustrated with uni ivaled and model Fashio , -rand our usual FULL HIZB PATTERNS, PR \IP & EMBROIDERY. Also. Hmsehold matters and receipts, with Jennie ne's t»ik on wjraan s tcplc; Paris corresp«iud«iice, c., etc., etc. . •1 veilo.r with a constant ■n*c««h>n of nrilll« n t Nov- H1 •*. afl to be finely and arti.stic.il!y itlusiriiied. and Mug i/.oie to be printed - n the fined paper, and in a i\ !c 112" >i binding into a handsome volume for the center- Aide *t the cio3o uf tho year. T earl j, $3.00 with a set of Two beautiful Parlor Steel . tvii *s, or a Paokago containing Two Dollars Worth 112 K\tra Full-size l'ai terns, as a Premium to each Sub < ril»er. Each additional Enlist viler, whtu pent in Cl-bs, ■ M). Three Copies f. rt fT Five Cop.es for sl2; Ten , *J f.r ; witii the premium T » each subscriber. A I dress VV . J EN N I N«Jrt li* >M E K Kb R 473 Broadway, Nww York. Single roples mailed free cn receipt of price, Ea .k in ui'.cra, as < dd ivn*. Albums. yejiHy *uHscrfptjons to the liest i agasines, Webaterif I,arg» Dictionary. Clothes a-ringers .Vusioboxos, Melodoons, .s.jwii,g now hines, Pianos, Ac uyb dy can ea«;iy secure oue of the above Premiums NEW ARRIVAL OF WINTER DRY GOODS. Furs, Cloaks 8c Shawls. 117E have just received the lara**t and most com > \ plcte stock of i-tench Mori noes, WOOL DeLAINS. CASII.MERE. N COBURGS. PRINTS. MI'SLINS, CASSIMURKS, Ac 1c <»ver offered to the public, and as our stock was pur chased on the recent panic, we are able to sell at very low price*. Furs! Furs!! Furs!! We have a very larpe st«ck of Ladies Mioses A Children* - Caps. Victorlno*. Collars. Cuffs and Muffs of all stylos, i ana quality. Also a vory fine assort meal of CLOAKS SACQUES& CIRCULARS, >f onr own Manufacture, which enables un to sell at ess pricee tli in (tat ties who bu> thou* e«t*t. We havo a very large and cheap stock of 511 AWLS OF ALL STYLES, SIZES ' 'RICES AND QUALITIES. Remember we buy all our good* by the CASE,BALE&PACKAGE which enables us to sell at 2ASTEEN JOBBERS PKICES. We would call tbe attention of BUYERS toll is stock of Goods. DUX LAP LUKER k CO. 13C, Federal St., ALLEGUE.N Y CITY >ec. 6,18A6. flmo 17\¥7ZtoZiB"r ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE, 87 FIFTH ST., (Opposite the Gazette Building.) PITTSBTROa PkSN'A. ITTILL give prompt attention to all business in tbe W line of the Profeasion. Including the collection of tj msaagnlnst the Government for Back-i'ay, Bounty, "ft-ions, Pri7.e-m >ney, Ac., 4c. fov 22, lM6:^m xotri;. J PPLICATION will be made to the neat Jr. of tbe State of Pennsylvania, for the Jocorpor alio «n».he Harmony Savings iiauk, w'itb a capitel of Thirt ll>usand Dollars.. Said Bank to ba located In the bor °f larmony, Butler County, said State. Jnno 3ro Holiday Sale OF FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, AT D. T. PAPE & CO'S. Furs of all Kinds & Prices. MVSUKS AT as, 30, 33, 35. CALICO i®, 18, ao, aa. TEBY BKST, 3D, OELAI\S as, 30, 33. COBCROS 4 PARAMETTO—One Y(i. wiilo, 37 *, 45, 50. VEKYBBST, <!Om. woith 100, FRENCH MERIXOS na, 125, 140, All Wool Plads Tscts. Balmoral an J Hoop Skirts ALL PRICES. I Along with a full stock of Notions and Fancy Goods For the Holy days. CALL AN D SEE. Dec. «, 1306,4 -w. "fotiobT" Wm. Wick, for use vs H.J. Arnold *r.d R P. Craw ford. with nolle© to David Phelps. Adm'r. of H. J Ar nold riue'd. and Mary Arnold widow, Isabella B. Arnold, Andrew Arnold Mary Arnold and Elizabeth Arnold* mi nor children and legal representatives of the decedent 8. k R.M. lirii per, fii- use V|. 11. .1 Arnold ct al with notice. U. P N<W 10. Dee Term. 1806. A. Young & Co for use v* 1! .1 Arnold et al with no tion. C. I*. No. 11, Dec. Torm, IbOd. Charles Collins, for use v* li.J. Arnold,etal with notice. C. P. No. 12, Dec. Terra, Ihttft. John KellyW'.ir use vs R. P. Crawford, etal with notice C. P No H, 1806 .tohn Hobb, for use va II J, Arnold, etal with notice. C. P No, 14, Dec. Term. IS«>5. Pallet* k Grriperf.r u-e vs 11. P. Arnold, tft. al with notice C. P. No. 15, Dec. Term, 18M. Faller & Qruper, for use va. H. J. Arnold et 41. with notice. C. P N' . 10, Dec. Term m>. T. B. Clark & Co. 112 r use vs 11. .1. Arnold et al with notice. C. P. No. I", Doc. Term. 1806. .1. K. Porter field, for use vs I!. .T Arnold et al with notce. 0. P. N >. IH. Dec. Term. I*C5. And now to wit: Sept. 27, 1806, no motion of J. V. Painter service on the widow and heirs raiding ont of the county to he made by the usual publication in one newspaper, publishediu Butler Couuty,accordiug to law. By the Court Butler Conntv «s. Certified from the record, this 27th day of Sept. 1805. WM. STOOPS, Proth'y. Marv Arnold widow, Isabella B. Arnold. Andrew Ar nold, M try Arn.dd ana Elizabeth Arn Id, will tafco no tice of the above ordor. W. O. BRACK EN Rll>o E, , Sheriff. Drugs ! Drugs! Drugs! DRS.&RtHIfii&IiUSELniN HAVING purchased the Drug Store re-entiv own-d bv T»r. It. F. Hamilton, will carry on Hip Drug busi ness In all H* department*. at theohlstand, Royd'a Block Main Street Butler l'a. We have constantly on hand and for sale a pure quality of DRUGS CHEMICALS and PAT NTS Ol LS V A RNTSIf RS AND GLASS, WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD k LITHERAGE I Dye-Stuffs, Glass and Putty, TUIiPEN'TINE. A ND AT.COH3L, LARD. FISH A \E ATS-FOOT ATLS, ROTTLI S, VIALS, AA'DCOHKS, SOAP. SPONGES k I .AMPS. PURE GROUND SPICES, Ic. Ac. Ac. Also a generel variety of Perfumery & Toilet Articles. J Wines and Liquor* for Medical purposes M i U o< f-r Hacramental n«e. furnished at cost. Plivslclans pres crlntlons ruefully compounded. The public I# respectfully invited t«» cn'l and examine rnr foftek, we nrec. iilblent that we run sell an reasonable as any similar etablishment In the county. Nov. 22 lM!6::ly. •« I'nqiieat lonnbly 'lie best |a«talnrd work if tlie kind In the U orlil." HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Ciitieal Notices of the forest. It is the foremost Magazine of the day. The fireside never bad a more delightful companion, nor the million n more enferprlsig friend, than Hirper'a M igaziuo.— M thodist Protestant, (Baltimore). The most popu'ar Monthly in the worid.— New York- Observer. We most refer in terms of eulogy to the high tone and varied esceHencea of II ari'kr s Maoazixe —a jour nal with a monthly circulation of ah *ut 170.000 copies— in whose pages arc to be found some of the choicest light and general reading of thoday. We spoak of this work as an evidence of the An. n rican People and the popu larity It line acquired Is merited. Each Number c<>n ains fully 1 U pages of reading matter, appropriately illustrated with good WiMni-cuts; and it combines in it self the racy monthly and the more philoeophlcal qu*r terly, blended with the besi features of the daily Jour nal. It has great pow-r in the disaen inati >n of a love of pure literature.— Tribute's Guide to American Lit erature, London. The volumes bound constitute of themselves a library o| miscellaneous reading such as can n »t be found in the 'imp compass in''any other publication that has come under our uotice. — D-tst-n tburier. SUBSCRIPTIOITS. IQ6S. The publishers bavr a pel footed sjrsfem of mailing by ; which they can supply the Magazine and \\ zm.x jtromp- | fly to thoso who prefer to receive their periodicals direc- j tly from the Office of Publication. The <ostage on IlAßPSit'd Mia.tzi.vx is 21conts a year 1 which must be paid at the subscriber't post-office* j Tonus s Haarrn's Magazine, one year Ji 00 An Extra Chpy of €iU*t the Magazine or Wmklt will 1* x-ipfl.'d grutit f>ir every Club nf fivt at fl.'Hi ra-h. in one remittance ; or Six Copies fvrsl Uo> . > Bad; lumbers can be supplied at any time* A Complete Set, now comprixing Tli irty-one Volumes in neat cloth, binding, will be sent by express, freight a, expense of pun ha tor. f»r ti 25 per volume Single volumes, by mail, postpaid, fS 00. Cloth ca»os, bind ing, 58 cents, by mail postpaid. Address UAhPKK A 801l I fc.Rd. FBANEUX liKW YOKE Kot S,l«fs "HAVE ITOTJ SZEE2ST THE HEW PORCELAIN PICTUfIE, Just belnp introduced now in New York ai d Phila delphia. Mr. llus'dton would respectfully Infvrm the public that he ie prepared to tike this new style PORCELAIN PICTURE, from the Smallest np to the Eioht-bt-Tesv F*amx roitcEjLAiif. Persona wishine a Handsome Picture, will rer trlnlv not fail to sit for the POKCJLLI AN PICIL KE. as they are tne Finest Picture that has ever been before the public. I ain also prnpalred to m.ike puorociitAP ii AMD BOTTBFS, A FERRF.OTYPEB, on th. powl'.le frmrmtiff pUc. to grt the oew t* JKCKLIAN Picture, 1» At 8.C.J1l T SELTOJi'S GALLERY. on the corner of Main and Jeff-won Ftreets, opposite Weber k TrouUnan*s Store. Bntier, Pa. COMPETITION DEFIED, Call and examine t pecimcns Flcfuree tsksn In dsrk weafk»r ss well ae Clesr NEW SKIRTS FOR 1805-6 The Great Irnfantion of the Again HOOP SKIRTS. J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent Duplex Elliptic, or'double, Spring Skirt. THIS INVENTION cousi«t« of BcpLi?x (or two) rJllfp «Ic Put e Befitted Steel Spiings, I:txenk»iul> bia ltsl tljrh'| ly and Ariuly together, etlgo to ed«e. making tbo eAt, most flex ble, elaatic nnd durable Spriu< ever u-e I. i'bey seldom beml or break, like the Single Springs and consequently pet feet and biAutlfhi dbupe n»t>reth n twice m long as any singio Sj»riug Skht that Kver Has or Can be made. The wonderful flexibility and great comfort and pleasure to any Lady wearing the Duplex Ell ptic Skirt will be experienced par tic u tar i}- in all crowded A-sem Mies, Operas, Carriages, Ha 11 road < ar*, Chur di Pews. Arm Chairs, for Pi"nionade and.House Dress, as the Skirt can be folded when hi use to occupy a sm dl plaie as e;mily aud conveniently a> a Silk or slußllu Pre-s. A Lady hnvlng enjoyed the Ploasuie, Comf >rt and Great Convenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic toel Spring skil t for a single day will Never afterwards willingly dispense with their nse For Children, Misses,aud Young Ladies they are superior to all others. THE IKjbPH are covered with 2 ply double twisted thread and will wuar twice aa long as the Single yarn covet ing which is used on »ll Single Steel Hoop dkirL* The three b ttom rodu on every Skirt are also Double Steel, aul twice or double covered to j. re vent the cover ing from wearing offth# r<»ds when diaggiugdown stairs •tone steps, &c., Ac., which they are constantly subject to when iu use. All are made of new and elegant Corded Tapes, and are the best quality iu every part giving to the wearer the m<et graceful and pei feet Shape possible, and are unquestionably the lightest, most desiiable,comfortable and economical Skirt ever made WES TS BKADLKY k CAHY, PROPRIETORS of the Invention, and 80LhMANUFACTURERS,97,Chambers and 7« k Beade Street*. New York. I'Oil SALL in .11 fir»t<lass Stores In this City, and througaout the L'ntted States and I,'an vla. Havana de Cuba, Mexico, South America, aud the West Indies. *ij«. Enquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or dcuble) Spring Skirt. A. (t V. CONDITIONS FOR THE History of the War milK WORK will be printed 'rom a beautiful, chnr I new. type, on flne-calvtidered paper, made expressly for thin wojk. bt* c uipriMed in one very largo volume of over a thousaud paacs, illustrated with over one hund red and fifty portraits of tihtingnisbed officers atid civ lians, maps diagrams, and numerous fine steel engra ving*. executed in tln« highest style of tbo art. It will betumi lied t<>subscribers in neat substantial bind ing, at the 112 >1 lowing prices, payable on delivery. In£Pine CI th $•» 5 0 per copy In Fine Leather (Library Style.). *.50 " In Fine Cloth. (Merman,) 0.50 M In Fine Lcather;Qeiman,(Library Style) T. 50 "J Thlt work has no rival as a candid, lucid, complete, authentic and reliable history of the "great conflict," In tho selection of matter the author lias confined himself strictly to official data, derivep from the rep irt* , of Northern and fouthem Generals, tne tepnrt of the Committee on the Conduct of the War, National and i Itiibel Archives. 4c. lie lias carefully avoided the Introduction of any mat- ! ter net strictly reliable and qfUcial, and has auccewled i In pjodacinc what Is universally demanded, a fair and , impartial History of the War. J, A. iHILLINGER A|mt, Nov. 29,1860. NEW YORK OBSERVER A WKBKLY RKLIGIOUN & SEIILAR • i Newspaper fur Family nml Fireside, will 1 i soon enter on its f j FOBTY-FOTRTII YEAR • of publication. True te The CHURCH, the CONSTITUTION and UNION I It is calculated to edify and please both : OLD AND YOUltf» 112 Allnrui subscribers paying us in edvance for ISGC i shall have their names Immediately entered, and the Observer will be sent to them. UNTIL JANUARY FIRST, GRATIS I Subscribe toott, as the free papt > s will commence when the names a;e entered Sample copies to any ad dress/™. Tcrum, $3,50 a your In Idvniice 81DN LY E. IIOKSF. Jr. A CO., Oct. 25, ISC3. 37 Park KoW, New Yoik. Notice, rxTTI'RS testamentary on the last will and testament j < 112 Samuel Hak»-r. late of Centre Tp., Butler Co. l'a. def'd. hiving been issued by the Register of Butler Co. to the uudersigned, all persons knowing themselves in debted to said estate, are requested to make payment, and those having claims again i the same will present them properly authenticated wiib M"»es Thompson. Esq. when the undegjign-1 will recelre them fir settle ment. JAS. 11. O. OPRL, hxecu or. THE HEEALD OF HEALTH AND Journal of Physical Culture J E'Oii XOVE.KBER, I*G», 1. The AlcoholicMaddlement, or the question of Alco hollc Medication dbrnssed in its length and breadth. 2. Notes on Travul, oi the Health lustltutious of Kng- I v. I 3. The Health of Student*. 4. Gerrit Smith oil Drunkenness. 5. A Chapter on Nerv-mness. fi. Physic al Training iu Amherst College: it being a letter from Dr. Ilitehcoek, Professor"f Physical! ul ture in that institution, to the Publishers of the Herald. 7, Drunkard's Brains. 8. Intermittent KeVers, 0. Turkish Baths. 11. The Cinders, 11 Black Spot in Yin'-land. 12. A Learned Londoner nn Americans. 13. The True Ti mp-.ruU'.e PI ttf -riu in Ohio. Aud many other Interesting articles. The Herald of Hmtlth emitalns Foity Pages of matter on Physical Culture and Health topics, oud should he in the hands of every mother who would rear her child ren to robustjinanhood. every student who would preserve Ills health, and every invalid who would be led away from a dependence on drug aud quack medicines to a de pendence on nuttne e remedies—air, food, clothing, and a wise hygiene. TERMS. —One copy one year, fI fiO; single numbers 15 cents; four copies, $o; ten copies, $lO. Address MILLER, WOOD k CO., No. Ift Laight Street, New York. Nov. 15, ISCS. •« A Complete I'lctorlal History of the Tiniest" *»Tlie best ,rliei*peat nnd most succesfu'i Family taper In the Union," HARPER'S~WEEKLY. S BTLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED. Critical Xoticcs of the Press. • The best Family Paper published in the United State*."— N'lw Ismdon Advertiser. M The Moml Nkw spaplk of our country—complete in all tho departments of uu Aineiixan Family Paper— UAHUKR s Weukly has earned for itself a right to its ti. tU • A JOURNAL OF CIVILIZATION.'"— .V. Y. Even ing P't. , •• This Paper furnishes tne best illustrations. Our fu ture historians will enrich theuinelvea out of Harper's Weekly long after writfn, and painters, and publisher are turned to dust.—-A*. Y. Evangelist. **A necessity in every household."—£os.'/m Transcript. 44 It is at once a leading political and historical annal ist of the nation."— Phim, J\ee9. M The best of its cl ou in America— Boston Traveller. 18S6. The Publishers have perfected a system of maillugby which they can supply the M aoasixs and WXRLT promjt tiy to those who prefer to receive their period Icals dl reetly from the OfWee of Publication. Postmasters and others de^iious of getting up Clubn will be suppled with handsome pictorial Sbow-biII on application. The pontage on Wik«lt i« 2D'can's a jear, j which must bepaid at the subscriber's po»it office Terms: . IlAtPtll.a Wbzkli, <>ii*jeAr 14 00 ; ' An Extra Ospjf if either th*. WSRKI.t or j 1 willsupplied ijr atis for every Clubof *7vi SsnscsfißS j at $4 00 each, in one remittance; or »S»x Copies for f*> ou. Back Numbers can be supplied at any time. The annual volumes of ilaarisa B WtuxiY, in neat | eloth binding will be sent by express, flee of expense fir 17 0) each. A Cor.ipl* Set, comprising Liqbt V>tluu*es scut on roeeipt of cash at the rate et|& 20 per vol., freight at expense q/ purcitusrr. Athlre-ss HARPfcH k BKOITIERS, Fa.v>ALIM S44CAXS, .NIW I'OIII. jfor *. net Public Notice. , rpHK Stockholders of the IVlonongahela Velloy X Telegraph Componv nr- hrrebw i>< tifird tlm a meeting of aald Son kbolders will o held In Moq* ongatMda City, Washington cuuntv. P> , on SArr«», Dav , December 0/4, A- D !Stis, yt 2 o'clock, P. Jlf 7 * at the house of C. Harvey, for the purpose, amongst e oth- r thing#, of the Capi'al St«x k of said Company to an amount equal to the e»timated cost of making such extension to the a-iltl line as may bo • proposed and agreed npon at said meeting JAMES L bUA\v,bsc , y. No* 22, ■'St. Minting*hela Citv Claim A^cul, TnE undsrsirned would respect folly notify the public that he has been regularly commissioned as CXjAIM agent, 112 >rsecuring Bounty Money. Arrtars of I\ly aud Pen sinns, for *-jldlers, or If they nre dead, for their leu*! represent stipes N'o chsrgu will be made for the claims of soldlsiS, or their ref eseotstlves unt'l tht same are collected. C. £. ANDERSON. Butlsr, June 27,15G5. NEW IIATIXE.SS 81IOP. Sedwick, INeff Co. HAVING opened a Pew norne»"t Shop, opposite Boyd's Buildings, Butler, Pa., will keep cstistanflv on band, a every thing in their liue of I-uaiuess. which he < tiers at prices to auit th© times. Work of all klnd;< manufactured to order, and repair tug done on short notice, Dec. 9,1863:::tf JOHN A. SEDWICK. R. XVI. M'LURE, Attorney at Law, PENSION AND'CLAIM AGENT. OWicx,V. E. corner of Diamond, Butler, Ps. Feb. 8, lSGirtf. 3ST OTIOB. John M. Thompson, and Charles M'Candlest, vs. Jas. A. Hoffman. C. P. No, 73, Sept Term 1806 Sept. 2«, 1805, on motion of Charles McCnud!ess Court irrant a Rule on deft, to plead on or before the first day of nott term—or judgmeut according to law fir the following premises to wit: Fifty acres of loud situate in Centre Tp. Bntier Co, bounded north by lands of Conn and McAnnallen, east by David McKisaick, south by Joseph McAnnallen, and west by John McDivltt. Butler County, ss. Certified from tho Record, this 10th day of October, ISCS. AN M. STOOPS, Protb'y. HEADQUARTERS. NEW ESTABLISHMENT I*. OHR, LA TE OF THE POTOMA C ARMY, PHOTOGRAPHER &AMBROTYPIST, HAS erected a New Building Jefferson street, op posite the Cit.zes Office, Where he is ptepaied, with iui entirely NEW APPARATUS and MA TEH lAt \ of the VERYbEST QUALITYm* LA TEST STYLES, \ to take LIFE LIKE PICTURES. THANKFUL FOII VAST I'ATnONAUK, WnTIFFBK our services to the public : and pledge ourselves to spare no pains or labor to accommodate ull who may think propor to give u? a call. JOHN P. ORR. Butler, Oct. 4, 1885:-if. We BL K.,aidMo, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will at tend to r»lI business entrusted tnhlscare prompt ly. attention glvon to the collections of Jen- i lions. Hack Pay and Bounties Will also act as «gont for those wishing to buy or sell real estate. Office on South side of Diamond, iu Brod.ns building. A" vernier 8,19U5::tf. GERMANTOWN TELEGRAFH. A Family and an Agricultural Journal Of the Largest & Handsomest' Description. derotcd to cnoici LITERATURE, including Poetry, Novelettes Tales, and Moral and F.ntortalning Heading generally.— in the Literary Department we shall present the cb-isest witinn the reach of ourextended means. The Novelettes, Tales, Poetry, kc., shall be supplied from tbo b«*t and highest sources, ami ho oqualto anything to bo found In any |ournal or niagn/.ine. AORICI LTURK and ID)IITICtJLTUnR, embracing Farming, Hardening, Fruh-Raising, Ac. Our Inborn iu this departno-nt foi over thirty ye;iu<, have met the cor* dial appr-.b iti«>n of the public. Our purpose has been to furnish useful and reliable information upon these very important branches of industry, and to protect them so far as within p >wer against tho false doctrines and selfish purpose« of the many empires and sensatioii-ad ventui ers l y which lbs Farmer ih Inccssiitilly availed.— This portion of Ihe f,>vmj itf.wn TeUgraph isuloiiu woith tne wtudoprice »übs«-i iptiop. NLV. DLPAHTMINT.—ThS same Indi stry, care and dlscrtn 1 ination, in g&therlug and preparing the Stirring (Stents of the L>uy,expressly f,, r this paper, which I !h --erto has been one »112 itamarkeil featnroe and given so uni versal satisfaction, will be continued with leclonbled ef forts to meet, I he increasing di'nnntls of the public. Terms t —Two dollars arid lifty centa per annum. No orders received without the caSli, and ull subscriptions s/ojipod at the end of the time paid for. Add ross. PHILIP P.. FRF AS, lvii tor and Proprietor,Geruiautowa, i'hiiaiin, l'a. Oct 25. 16<>5. CLARK'S SCHOOL VISITOR. VOLTJIvTE X. A DAY SC JIOOIi MOXTIIM'. The VisitOß will commence its tenth volume with the January number, IStiO. this is the ouly Day School Per riodlcal published at SEVEATY FIVE CEATS A YEAR! Magazine form, boatwiully Mint rated. A r ow typs.new features; Readings, Music, Speeches, Dialogue*, 8t ,ries Ihizsles, Enigma-, llebuses, kc., from the very »ri, The VtsiToa lots the largeqt'clrcuUt ion ef any Educa tion -.1 Journal publUh'Ml. A*ow Is the time to form clubs. The Publisher, in order to reach all parts ef the count rv, will send tho Visitor one year , FREE. t> o«' perron (wh Will act as njr«'nt) a/ any pnst Office in the United States. Address, with five cents for particulars, J. W. DAUUHADAY, Publisher. Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, I* WALL PAPER, At Reduced Prices Nor 22, 1V..',: .3m. at II LI NEMA N B. HI ray Horac. W7AB taken up by the subscriber, 1 Iving In Concord YV Township, Butli r Co. Pa., on or near the farm of Jas Klnka'd. FairviewTp. onorabout the oth of Nov. am< liium sir' d horse Park Itsy wilh bald face, hnviug ou a goodsandle a?d bijdlo the le'tersU. S branded oh his left shoulder. The seat of saddle bearing the following Inscription: Pleaitu take this horae to Oil Cily, wild hoieels suppositl iu be ab. ut seven yearn old, tho owner is requested to come forward, prove property pay eLar res and tukehmi saay,otheiwinc ho will b*» dinpoaail vt according to law. WILLIAM McCLUUO. Nov. '2s, i!WS - TOTS 11 TiTS I!! • A General Assortment, ; Wholesale & Retail Butler November 3£,::3in 1805. Notice in l'etilioii. j BvVer county, ss : 1A r the iii'iifer' 112 tbe petition of John Lindsay. of Elizabeth M >ln:ry f»>r payment of logary. A'o. I 7'i, Mwfoh te. -.a. IW«S. Cf. C. Azi now to wit, September CJO. let-o. Court appoint J. B. Clark, CofUQlatoMr, to Uke testimony In By the Court, Certified from the Record tlii-i l c th dav of JVorombor, A, D. 13M. W. J. *ooim. Clerk I will attond to the duties cf the abore appointment at my olfloe, in Butler, on Thursday .Vov«mber iiOth, 1-66, at oue o'cl-»ck, p. m., of which 'all parties intores te i will uke notice J B. CLJRtC, I Aov. 16, IMki. Commisalouer: LOST! ~ r rpilE undersigned a ill liberally reward any person X who wlil give him suri» information as will anab'e him to flnu a FOCBLET-BO>jK, which be lossed between Butler and Michael AlggaTs H »tel, on tbe Prospect rca- 1 , ou .Vktiuday la«iu three 110 Govern ment Roudf. cuch information can be communicstsd *> E. M'Jtuikin, Ltrj, or the Pocket-book. IX fuund, can heioKw.J4i L«». PUINBAB BUXU^F. IN, 18«5 1 LEATHER WJ&/A0 AND FINDINGS STORE, ON MAIN STREET, One door North of M'Aboy'e Store. GENTS' FRENCH CALF HOOTS, BOOKS AND CONGRESS GAITERS, LADIES & GENTS' SLIPPERS. MISSES' ROOTS, SHOES, AND GUMS. BOXS BOOTS & SHOES. Chll«lrou*ii Shoos or nil Kinds. A FCI.L AND COMPLETE ABSnRTSIKNT of own manufacture. constantly on band, and murk mads to or dor, of the BhST STOCK and in the ILIA-TEST ST"Y"XjE- A large and fall assortment of Eastern et.>ck. of the ▼ery be*t material and workmanship All kinds of LEATHER & FINDINGS I French and Common Calf »ktns, Solt and Upper Leather, Morocco., Kipt and Kid*. ROANS AND LININGS Of all kinds. We havs the largest, best selected, and for the time*, the dhenpest stock ev<*r offered for a-xle In Butlor. The public are invited to call and examine fr tbeio •el vee. May Sl—tf THEODORE HUBELTON 3STEW FIRM, Sedwick Neff & Co. JOIIN A. SEDWICK, P. P Brown,a»'d E. Nef* bare this day w*nt Into a Partnership, in the Harneeeaud Saddle nnufsctnring business, at the old stand of John A. Sedwick. opposite Boyd's Building, where they will continue to manufacture all articles in their line,at ihe lowest price?*. Give us a call. Oct Il.fMft. BEDWICK NEFF A 00. Executor's Notice, FEITER3 tc«tumentary having been Issued to the J undersigned, on the estate of E. P. DeWolf. late of I slipperyvucK Tp . dee'd. Therefore, all persons know, log tliemi-elvrs indebted to Mid estate ara hereby re quired to make immediate payment, and those having (ialui against the same, will present them properly au thenticated for settlement. CATHARINE DtWULf Oct. 26, I*s Adm 1. ITOTIOE, AOfw! Weaver on the Hand Loom, will find constant employment mid good wages, at Hopewell Factory, noar North Washington. H E. EVA^S, Oct 26, IHOS, Proprietor. Ivscciilor's Sfoltcc. "VT"OTIC J? Is given. that Letters Testamentary on the estate <<f John Smith, late of Fairview Tp. deg'd , have been prat ted to the undersigned, therefore nil per. •on* knowing themselves Indebted to said estate will tir'Ke iiiiiuedittte payment.And those having claims uv-ainst the same Will preient them propel? authentica te 1 for sett lenient. lIOBJCBT CAMPBELL, Ex. Oct. IS, ISOS. FAMILY BIBLES." A. PEESH SITPPLT OF Pbutograpli Biaios, A.T IIEINEMAN'S M.rch 2? IM#. William E. Moore. PENSION, BOUNTY CLAIM AGENT . K. f*l'.Tunkin's Office, Main Street, op poalte Zlinmermnia*! Hotel, Ilutler, lluiaer Co. Pa. ft* No charge until claims received."^ «. A H. HRU« TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO RETTKN THEIR thank* to the citizens of Butler and vicinity, for their patronage in the pant. We are still engaged In Buying Butchering and Helling Cattle, Sheep aud llogs. We will spare no pains to furnish our old customers and ail new onos who may favsr us with a call, with the very nuTToit a PORK That can be procured, or that the markot can afford We are determined to do all in our power to accommo date the public; and feel satisfied that ihey will give us their patronage. Mi. p on Mam street, nearly opposite Berg's Storo. * Sept. 27, \H6C. THOS. I^OBI^TSOISr Attorney at Law, AND PENSION AND CLAIW AGENT, Office with Chan. UPCandleu, Esq., South West corner of the linoud. Hntler a. Knit ting-Machines. rnnE undesigned would inform the public, that he Is X prepared to sell the Itelton Family Knitting Ma chin-—th« strongest, tno*t simple and best in the world —Patented in Ittil, and perfected in ISW. This machine will notonly do plain work, sucl as sock* 1c but aloe lancy knitting, with a most perfect auu beautilul stitch. It will knit comforts, Nnbioe Ac, twenty articles Any person wishing to obtain one will please sond for circular. Address(encloaiuga stamp.) B * SAW HILL Zelienople | Oct. 25,13G6. Agent for Butler County. To Ihe Solillerti of 1501.G2. AIIKMGKI AL to Congress for the equalizing of gov. eminent bounty has been It ft at the ProthonlUu y s office in the Court Amur for signatures of ail soldiers of lst»l -ti'i. Call and *vgu immadiaw ly H'Jf XTOOP& \ OA. LUNXUttWAM, Iceor ( M'Jf. E: HOP HE 112 STRAY COW! : QTRAYEI) or stolen from the farm of the •übgrrl >**r in Clay tp., Sutler county, Pa .on Nov 17 a hrindlo cow.with lofty horn«, with the point* cat ■tt knr.i with elf Any person giving Informs ; tion 10 lh<' si.lsk rih« r or T. C. Thornpaon, Esq . of ' Sunbury, will be llberaUy rrwnrdsd, HAKAH ANN THOMPSON ; Nov Wst Orphan^ 9 Court Sale. ! |)Y virtue'f an order and decree of the Orphans. ! |3 Court of Butlsi oonniy, 1 will sell at itiiillc Ven due, on th* nremisea, on tbo I2t/i d>iy <tf DeeemJttr next. at oik! o'clock, r. M. t of wid day, the unidivideU tbir teeothpaitcf lifty acru* of land, mote or lese, situate lu Mmld>creak township, Butler oouuty, Penn'a, boun -1 de«J li.v and a-.ljoiniug l*nds <1 J W. Forrister, Juuss EDtiiih. M.utiu ilughiM and the heirs of Ken nedy. deed. Teimw uf sale— rf the pnrcba.se money to be paid ou the confirmation o| »al« by tiie touit, aud the remainder in two eqn*l nnnual payments tbereaflei wldk Interest (torn said conllrmation. PitUDKJVCK K EJVA'EDY, (InardUn nf the minor <bfld*en of M*n». B. Kennedy, dee d. JVovember La. l"06:: lt. Stray Mare. 1 to the icMdenre of Adam Sblra, Washington 1 \y tn., about the 8" day ci C'OtoU-r, A ■ l6ut, one flea h'tten GUAY MAIIK, snp]»osrl to be fifteen or *i%- ■ toon year* old. Shod nil round, about Id banda I thin in flesh The owner is rctjnested t«> come (brw»rd, 1 prove property, pay cnurges, otherwise she will be uis poeed of souurdiM to Uw ybr 16, "W TBTO6 T CKR79TY, t. 2-