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THE AMERICAN CITIZEN.
ButlerJPaTWednesday, D cd2JB6S SerThe place for holding the elections for Venango jowoahip, was ehanged by our last Court, from the house of John Kahle to the house of John Murrin. S9"Chri*tiw» Scibcrt, offers for sale, big valuable farm situate in liutler town ship ; known »s the Meylert, or M'Call farm. Read the advertisement. H3~Thc President's Message will oe found on the first and second pages of this paper. It is considered a very re markable document; more remarkable for what it does not say, than for anything that is therein contained. Read it. SO~Do you want ttae Key Note? II -so 11. 0. llcitieiuan's is the place to get them. The Key Mote, is one of the very »latest works on vocal music. All who have examined uoJ used this book, acknowledge that it contains the best selection of Church music of any work no*v in use. 11. C. Hciiicman purchase! this work directly fro.li the publishers and is there fore, prepared to sell it low. Price $ 15.50 per dozen. Adjourned Court. The will be an adjourned Court held in Hutler, on Tuesday, the 9th day of next month, for arguments and road bu sin<-Bs. We expect to sec a lull bench. New Grocery Store. John A. Sedwick and John Thd\uas, have started a new jrroerry Store, ou the corner of Main and J.ftcrson Street*, opposite Jack's Hotel, in the formerly occupied by Keiber & Yetter.— This firm is determined to sell low for oath and marketable produce. Give thctn a call. t»£"TI. C. heineman has jut opened his splendid stock of Christmas end New Yeats' ''Gifts"—consisting of almost ev ery thing in the Toy line, which interest nnd plense the children, lie lias also, on ii*nd a grcit variety and good selec tion of interesting books, suitable for holiday presents. These goods have all been purchased in the Kastcru Cities ; and we arc author* iicd to say that they will be gold at re- i .iuccd prices. Don't forg 't to call in j soon, for these Toys au l Books are passing off lively, and you might ilcsirc to pur chase when it would !>e too late.— Mow is the time to iret good bargains. # N«'lc«. l»rof. L. Oldshue, M, IV, h s conclu ded his course of Lectures on Urino-l'a lliology ill the "Philadelphia Uuivcrsity ot' Medicine and Surgery," and return ed tii his practice in Pittsburgh, where bis business has b ci. promptly resumed Persons living at a dislauce can *<•»./ to him as usual. Office and Residence, 132 tiraut stivit | Pittsburgh, Pa. 0o'>l» & 3haca. VVni. M. Farnsworth, has just opened a large and splendid asso'tinerit o( Hoots and Shoes of ali siaoa and varieties ; also Slit- and t'ppei leather, French .ti>i 1 n iiion Calf .kius, Morroccos, 11 ius. i.m | ings, h.i.«ts ; Hammers, Tacks. IVgs auci | k pt in u .Mow in . i.< .ithci SIO'M. win li iic AIII soli as cheap as tiic ch»ape.«t. 'all in and • xainine hi" Stuck, on Main Street, 1 Djoi* .Nortl» of M A boy's Store. '•llotai-d'n Jfill." Hi's well knowing flouring mill, loca ted in Cherry township, this County, hav ing became delapidated, ai we believe, wus sold ; and about the middle of April last, 11 C. M't.'oy. Ksq , and M . 1. (t. Grossman —the lormer well km.wu to our people, the latter an industrious cit z«n who served liia country first in the 1 -31:h regiuicut, and latterly in the "Sth rcgi incut, as owners uadertook to re«buildthc mill. They arc both natural mechanics They invented a new water wheel lor their own use, and li ve finished the work of the rcsbuihling this old mill. N't aro informed that, without the help of a ban 1 they have oompletcd this fine im provement, having two set of buis run ning. It is said that they make cxccj lent flour. Mr. Grossman remains in the mill as miller. The surrounding neigh borhood will be glad to learn of the com pletion of this fins improvement, and will, doubtless, give, it a call. For their energy and industry they deserve wc'l of ,their neighborhood. —The treasury on Saturday held gold to the amount of 896,722,000, of which $22,000,00'J are held on gold certificates. There have ben no New National Hanks authoiiied during 'be week, and uuue have ceased to exist. Cum-iey has been issued to oank< for the week to the amount of $356 H72 ; total amount is sued to date, •2-B.JBB 6»3 From this i amount ahouM be deducted as returned 1 .aud cancelled. »2,073,932, leaving the total $297,812,999 There has beeu but \ f a triflmif change in the amount of cu-« reooy held by the tnsa-urer of the Uni ted Stites for simulation aud depositories of public money Fractional currency .re lee.uel .ml cancelled, S-ty (4,0 - re ceivei fr.i'u tfoe printer, $IS8.1:)/ ; ship ped to Na i inai It inks $ 63;i6i; to the Assist; lit l'rci-w er it X•* V irk,sloo.. i OK> ; "o tlr- in» I'rvasuior at I'hil •delpma il M.J'.I ). I*hc disbursements of the ' rwasif y m account of rhe l>e par mn » »»r the Week are as Mlows : War. 1.574 ; Navy, $577,376; In. Jarior, $ j6,i69—lotkl, 4,221,319. OXJIi BOOK TAiILE. Pilllb«(k C'ommarclal. In this issue will be found the Pr s\ pectus of the above paper for 1867. Al though this paper has beeu lately establish ed, it* circulation and aifluoricq are widely extended. As a journal of enterprise. it is unsurpassed by any, aud will not suf fer io comparison <m(W tlie tie-1. For tetms of Daily and Weekly, see prospcc iu». 3,000 P'ctorial ItluitMtiom. '1 he new and beautilui edition of Web ster's illustrated Unabridged Dictionary, besides a number ul other valuable Ptem* iuuis, will be given by the proprietors of The Sitnilny School Timet to any oue who will solicit subscribers to their ]a per. With tin; tirst of January 18(57, » new 8300 Prize Sciial is to be published in the Timet, which will form a special attraction. Ihe Columbia RepuLliciin "One dollar and a half cannot be iuvested to better advantage in any fam i.y. or by any teacher, than in subscribe tug tor thin paper. It is lull of original matter and we cannot speak of it in too high terms of commendation." A De s.-tiptive L stjof a number cf attraelive works that are to be gi"en as ]'reniiunis i alio sample copies of the paper, will be sent free on early application to the pub |ishees of The Sunday School Timet, Philadelphia. Every Szturdey. likki n'n Christmas Story in AY* ery Sutunlay. —"Mugby Junction,' Dicken's Christmas Story for 1806, is published toniplete in the 50th nuuibei u( fcvERV Satukuay. As Mr. Dick un's contribu ioti to the story this year occupies a larger portion of the volume, than usual, it is safe to predict that "Mug by Junction" will prove even more pop uUt than any of its predecc.-fors. The first four tales in the collection arc from the pen of the inimitable '"Hoz " These episodes are written in the author's hap piest vein. Many of the characters in troduced to the lender will at once lake their places iu litei&'uie besides suth im mortal creations as "Mr. Pickwick," "Lit tle Nell," "the Marchioness," and "Oli ver Twist." The sketch entitled "Har box Brothers," is one of those delicious lessons which Dickens teaches so admira bly. No one can read it without strength ening his belief in bu nan goodness "Y> uig Jackson," Phoebe," and '•Lamp'' with his peri'dical "rounders," become oiir personal friends immediately. "Lit* tie Polly," the lost child, whose name is not Trivits is a conception as charming as anything in that marvelous scries ol novels which we are never weary of pe ru-ing. The whimsical description of tin; Hl FRrwii.ME.vT lloov., with the stilt-, pastry, and poor Sir. Swift, will make Mugby "Junction" a favorite stopping pl .ee I his year for many a delighted reader. This story appears in KVKRV Saturday, seven days'previous to its up pcnrance in I ngland. The publishers evidently intend, by such enterprise, to give the readers of Kvkry Saturday hoc | r.iiiiptly than they canobtain fr< in •i ,y ilhei si.nice the best mil m st at t o tive of the good things iu Kurope ;n Pt riodieals. A New and Grand Fpoch in Madicinel I'm. Mahhiki, is tliV |i>uuucr of * ucv Muiiical Sysicui '1 lie <juautitarian!>. whose vaist inluruul doses eut'eebie tin (jloiiiiich ami paralvzc tl'e health and appetite, with from one tot»n of his extraordinary l'lSx, and cures the most virulent sores with a box or so of his wi nderlul and all-hoaling Salve. These two ureat specifies of the Doctor are fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of the day. Kxtraordinary cures by Maugiel's I'ills and Salvo have opened the eyes of the public to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies of others, and upon which people have »o long Idindly depended. Miijrgiel's Pills are not of the class that swallowed by the dotin, and of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for anothor. One or two of Maggid'a Fills suffices to place the bowels in perfect order, tone the stomach cieatcs an appetite, ami reader the spiiits light and buoyant ! There is no griping nnd no reactiou in the form of coustipa t on. If the liver is affjotod, its func tions are restored; and if the nervous system is feeble, it Is invigorated. This last quality makes the medicines very desirable for the wants of dclicato fe "»alcs. Ulcerous and eruptive diseases are literally extinguished by the discn fectant power of Maggie) ■ Salve. In fact, it is heie announced that M aihuel'h Bilious, J)ysi>eptic Diahruka I'illjS core where all othets fail. While for Hums, Sealds, Chilblaius, Cuts and all abrasions of the skin, Mauoif.i/'s Saivk is infdlliable. Sold by J. Mag uikl, 43 FnltoD Street, New York, and all Druggists, at to cts. perbox For Sale at Dr. GH.\HAM'S Drug Store, sole *g<>nts in I'utler Pa ( TJV The l>etroit I'ust says that at the Republican Nati. ual I'(invention of 1864, when a prohibition was made in the Wis -0 >n«iu delegation to unite their vote iu 1 lavor of Andi ew Johnson, f.if \ r ice P«s 1 leut, Ooverniir Kaudal, now Johnson's ri-ilit htuil maaamJ Postmaster General °PP"*i'l <he motion. "No," he said. "I k n»w Andrew Johnson hotter thon you do. 1U if a oait (j tai/ieruus man, mi/it for ofic*. J £prfiat ijtotifrjs. fk. CONNuQUENfSMINO LODGB. No. J&S, 1. O. of O K., holds iUi etntod meetings at the Hall, on Main St., Butler, Pennsylvania everv MONDAY evening, com mencing at fro'elock. Brethren from sister Lodges nre fespectfnly inrite<l to attend. By order ef the S O. » A. T. M—Butler Lodg*. Nn o|.| > M., Lf\ a holds its stat'*d meetings in th«- Odd Fellows Hall, on Mala Street. Bntler, Pn.. on the first /yrsX °f aach month B.ethnwi fnm T \ sister Lodges are respectfully invited to at tend. By order of the W, M. TO CONSUMPTIVES. —The Advertiser, having heen restored to health in a few weeks, by a very sim ple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease. Conxnnsp. tion—la anxious tom-ike known to his fell jw-sufTerers the means of cure. To all who desire it.he will send a copy of ths pre scription used, (freS of charge) with the directions for preparing nnd using the same, which they will And a I'KBCtrktvoa Con nr arr 105, Asthma, Bkoxchittm, Ac. The only object of ths advertiser in sending the Pre scription. Is to benefit the and spread informa tion which he conceives to be Invaluable; and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, it will co«t tlieui nothing, and may prove a bb-sw.b * Parties wishing ths prereduction, will please nddioss Rftv.EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings county, New York. Nov. 7,15C1, ly. Cholera, Diarrhoea, and Dysentery. A ecftcifl WARRtNTED by DR. TOBIAS CBLKIIftATS YKKKTIAX LINIMKNT, if used when first taken b persons ft temperate habits This medicine has een known In the United States over 2 » years. Tlnus nnds have used it, and found it never failed to cure any com plaint for which it was recommended, and all those who first tried it, nre now never of 184H, Dr. Tobias attcmh-d 40 cases and lost 4, being called in t>f Me to do any gu»d. W RUCTION.*.—Take a teanpocnful in a wlne-g'assof water every half hourfut tao hours, an J rub the abdt>- men and extremities wel! with the Liniment. To allny ths thirst, take a lump of ice In the month, about the size of a marble every ten minutes It is warranto! per fectly innocent to take internally. S<dd by all drug gists, price 4<j and mu cents. Depjt, 60 Coartland St.. N e* Yolk A 3iagls3oxef BRAND3ETH PILLS Contains more vegetuble extractive matter than twenty boxes of any pills any where in thu world besidefl; fifty five hodured physician* use thea in their practice to the exclusion of oth*r purgatives. The first letter of their value is yst scarcely appreciated. When they ate bet ter known, a sudden death and continue I sickness a ill be of the past. Let thoie who know them speak right out in their fa»nr. II Is a duty which will save life. Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated bWt at this season, it U dangeront »* it Is pretshiut bat LraiuLretb'ii Pills alfird an invalu ibU ;»ivf elMcieut protection. thidr oreisi »n tl ihj we prevent tho collection of those Imparities which, when in sulllelt-nt quantities, cause so mnch danger to the body*i health. They %»on cure Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Lots of Ap petite, Pain in the Head, Iteßiibnrn, I'uiu in I'.rea «tt itiiue. Sudden Kalntness and CostivcntM. Bold by sail respectable Dealers in Medicines iiu nov k> Sowing Machines. Three now kind, Un der *;id npper feed. Sent on trial. Warrantod five years. Above Hilary or large comtuisslou paid. The onlt ma chines sold in United States for leai than #4O, which am «//y licftited by Howe, Whetlrr if M'iltvn (ir-nn Bakrr % Singer « Cb, and lUxcUelnr Alt other cheap machines are infringemenU anil tho tells r or urer are liable, in ar re it,fine and impritmiwent. Illustrated cir culars sent/Vee. Address, or call upon Sljfw A Clark at Biddeford, Maine,or Chicago 111. June 27 .yl-w.* \\J ANTED. AGENTS—fT6 to 1200 PER MONTH for TT grntlemen, and to S7O f<r ladies, every where, t-» introduce the Celebrated Common Sense Family Sew ing machine, improved and perfected It will hem, fell, stitch, qidlt. bind, braid and embroider beautifully.— Price only S2O, making the elastic lock stitch, and fslly warranted f>r three y. ars, \\ r pay the above wags.*, or a commission, from which twice that amount can be made. Address with stamp, <»i call on C. BOWEIU3& Co., Salesrooms, No. 2tf> South FIFTH Street, Philadel phia, Pa. All letters answered promptly,with ciiculars and terms. XKW advl:utisf,Ml:.\ IS. Dissolution. riIHR Pavfneishlp heretofore existing between L'r 1. Samuel ilrah im A Vi . S Huseltoit, known its lb* lb in of tiraham A Hnselton.has ilund' ) - . Nov. 5. IM4 been dlssolvsJ by nintiial consent of the pa:t e3 lis dim, they return their sincere tninks to tho public fei their liberal patronage. Toe btttine«« will t»e carried on in the saint pi -ce. by Dr Si it in el Urnbain, Where tho accounts of ths eld fi: in hi o left for settlement All persons indebted tn said firm, are tcspeclfully leqnesied to call Immediate ly and bcttle their account* Nov 7 Hi) lilt \II A M A IIL'SELTON ~ sains. wisiiiigaaia : 'B suasiKG SYIIUPI FOR Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Chol era Morbus, Cliolcru Infan tum, Fits from Worms, Wine/ in the Stom ach and els, (fee., BUT «»A ct ■, -%r van Children when Teething! AND TO PRODUCE SLEEP. THIS Medicine in positively w-ti runted superior loan? other article »r the !.ind n m«rket. and in sold in th it way that per*.uncan;ii*va their ni»uay refunded by culling . n tlio Local A<ent if n-.t perf*tly s Uiafactory. • evory where at 25 cent* per buttle J C. KKDICK Jt 00., nor 21, 'Co—Amos] i .r Butler. FfIANK MOORE'S Anecdotes, Poetry, and Inci dents of the War. ttt pafM, double column, beautifully illustrated with JI «'e*ant Cabinet Steel Kufravinga. OriNIONS OF TIIK WORK. Horace Greeley In the Tribune of June 5, says : *' It in an e\ce«din*!y rich b<x>k, coot lining more mat ter ol interest than ell the novels that hive been isaued f.»r the last si x ya»u>, or that will be for the nest si a It ?lvea thebeef tiling said. d«»ne. or wrltien by Kebels «a well ns Unionists, nvmt judiciously selected, compact ly put together, and h»iidst»mely printed Its told only ny subscription; but those who bare a chauce to *ub«crit e and don**, will make a blander." The New York Jivenmg Post nay*; M Tbo lK»ok I a full or fun ami | atboa, wit an l humor patriotic sentiment,and strange adventures. It All* no the outline* of formal historic* of the war, and girt* a better and more vhld picture of the times we hare juat passed than any of theiu. It Is Just the book for " A DAT AT A COt NTtIY 1.1!t. n The New Tork Commercial says: i*. abmk which aarpasaea in ntere-t anything of *<«« kind nrhiclThas appeared or la 1 fc 'y t° appoarln the thons.ni I and one war histories which are publUbed or announced." I " GRKKLKY'S UK EAT CONFLICT, AND MOORE'S ANECDOTES together form a complete History of the ltebellion " We want good agents in parte of every State in th* i. n 'V n - Tenns very liberal to experienced cauvaasers walk oh kkmale Inscriptive circulars sent on application. A.ldfeaa JAMES POKTKUS. General Agent Not M .. M . :,U - 46 1 Real Estate Agenry. fllllE undersigned baa opened an office in Butler |»a J. j* the purchase and sale of Heal feitate. Person-. wiiditnK toeither sell or purchase Farm*, or other ltetl Latate, will find it to their interest to. all on me alxeaß^<-V« h * nd * " nmb « r ~112 V** l **nu*. of various atteg for *a!a, on such terina as will suit purcbaera. aJr!?? 11 * to »t tbeir Ileal Kstale, will nnd it i- their advantage to place it on my booka . 10I . mrc,l^'! «t» •Witad, hi variety price and quality, by reference to my list. Any information in reference to Real Katat- in this "fy "•*'«* *»"« or per. witb Juo.U.Thulupn a. Alt'} at Uw, n«tl«,P« jAMfcs T. M'JL'NKI.V peal Estate and lnsuraocy Age * NEW GOODS! FTVIE Subscriber has Just returned from tna EASTBRLL 1 CITIES, hiving purchased a Large Stock of Goods, wltfch ha now offers at his Store Id Butler. A felLUu* of rka lull wiug article-, TOYS, Toy Sawing Machine, Yankee Locusts,) rowing Roosters^ Golden Nightingales. I.ggs of Pharaoh "s to pents, Cltim-so Tiaiirtpart neies. & 1A lis in every variety, picket Cutlery, Kamil.raii I Porktt HibloJ, Uynm Itook*. Ph ttogrtioh Albums, liuiii ItialLa. Also a full I Inn «»f Mis cellaneous Works. A general iisb •rtuicnt «»f School hook*. Eserv variety of Mmn orandmni and Di nries. . a kit , % all <t\ las. Paper and Envelope*. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Aad Fixture*. At wholesale and retail, at city price* 4#-'Julland Examine my Stock of Goods. ~%A 11. 0. HEINEMAN. Butler Nov 7 MCG-3 tuos. If ASM TOE BALI. milE so b<c liber offers for sale the form on which h® Y now reside*, situated in Penn tuwnship, Butler Co.. l»a :t miles Wesi of Haxonburg. 3 miles Noith east o' (Made Milli, and 2 mile* Hast of the Allegheny and Butler Plank Road: co itainittg 125 ACRES, abont 85 ncres cleared, and under g »od improvement. Wall watered anil timbered, a good young orchard of choice fruit, about 60 trees now beating A good Log bou«ew|th frame kliclivn iHtiU'hed, u large and sub. atamlal frame barn, a stona spring bouse, and other outbuilding* thereon erected. aio 40 acres of good upland meadow. This place i* w«ll adapted for either Stock or Grain, and is in a good neighborhood: 4 churches within 3 miles, and a good bilck school bouse within of a mile Those desirous of purchas ing a good farm, on reasonable term*, will pleas* call and sxamine the premise*. Nov 24.3mJ.* JOHN WAREHAM. A SEWING MACHINE PREMIUM WILCOX A (iIBBV CELEBRATED noiseless Sew lag machines oßcied a* premium* for subscribers to Arthur's Home Magazine FOB 1067. Th* HO\IB MAOAZINBIs now so w II known to the rea lug public,that we need scnrcelyaa) what has often been said, that its editors i egard literature as something higher than a simple art. That its crowning excel lent* th ey cOnsi ter Its power for good. And so they will ever* ek to make th* home '.Magazine the minis te; of all h ings pure and u*>ble, tiie* teacher,whether by sto y, po«- .i» or essif, that only as mctifgto by tlio '/Golden It -le' ' can the* be wise or happy. laord rtbat our lady readers throughout th* corn try may have true styles of d<tai, we have | laceu oar Department in the bunds cf M'nie. WoiuoreM, of \e» York. This lady has become th* «rhit*r of fashi >n in be iwitsd Stated, an lit is gratifying to know that her taste a pure and womanly TERMS yearly In advance.—l copy, 2.60. 4 corde* for ffi.OO. ft copies, and one extra to getter up of clubs $lO. 9 copies, and on" axt-a SIS. 14 cop es ai.d one extra, fil Sample N *2» «• %< ♦%.For premiums we have selected a pair of charm ing i.irtnres—"The Uepßrjlrr off the Sw*l lout." and ** The lieturn of ilie Bwa>« lows." One of thesa pictures will !>• sent »o each petson from whom we receive a club of subscribers as al»oro. One will also tent to each sing'o subicr b r who lands us <•'. iO >o the Home i tgaxn a S3 we will ion I the "llume Magasine,'' and the "Children's llouiMr- Arthurs new Magazine for th* ' Little one* lor ?4 b ' w* >eiii Horns Magazine* and 'Lady'« |5, <k , Fo. $5 5u w« send the three mag azines just unmcd. OUN SF.WIKG MACHINE PREMIUM The machine we offer (WILCOX a O(bUS') is the No. 2. as describe 1 in the manufacturer's list, cash pr.ee SM), furnished with boomer, fel'er, and braidc fhii machine ha* become a house hold favourite ou account of its n'dsel*isness, rapidity and a isr awnagsment. A chilJ can w<>rk it For 61 subscribers to Horn* Magar.in* snd floO wa send on* of th*«* ut in wrd*i to enihb tho** who cannot procure in unny fiibscritiers to get a tnnchlne. we have so aira-iged ti»e offe that, by the ai ditlon of a *uin above what may be secuied f»r sub scriptloni, of fr<iht to silO, according to size ef li«t. anv one inay obtain a m ichiuo *wnd 2<3 cents f.»r specimen nonib*r of Home Haga/.lne and get full par ticuars. Adur-.'ii T. <1 ARTHUR A OO , No? £8 »0 4 mos.) 823 Ualuut St. Philadelphia. Pa KUTLI:R WOOLEN MILLS, Manufacture the very host heavy FALL AND WINTER FLANNELS, Caasimeres and Yarns, Of every kind and color, which we will *e!l as 'ow to c<iihbu)rer«,li not lot t r than tiiej can be hid La*t, or Weill If you want Heavy Barred, White, Brown, or Grey Flannels. Warranted to have N;) SHODDY in thorn, g'i to the Union Woolon Factory, Duller, Pa. it you waut Heefiy I'asslntcreM, Warranted to have NO 311 >i>DY in thorn, goto the llatler Woolen Factory. If you want a gooa urti« l« ot NHM UIXU YAItX, Warranted t > have no Shoddy in It, goto the Butler Woolen Fictory. 10,000 Pounds of Wool Wantej in Exchange for the Above Goods. n. FULLERTON. Dec 4, GC..tf THE Saturday Evening Post. A BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM EN GRAVING. Reduced Prices to Clubs. Tlic SA TURD A I" K\KXI\G I'OST firfn • hawtl fill rfr'te (n med o.*a or Lit.se II *m»t HUB*) 'M inch*, long by 20 inches wide—toeveiy singl* ($J 6o) subscriber, and to every one seu ling on a clnb. It will commence in the first number of January a new story, called " THE OUTLAWS DAUbfirkß; A Tale of il|uAcuthi|rest,'.' by hmer>«ou Bennett, unthor of'Thf I'll of the Forest.'* Prairie Flower," Ac. Thie will bo followed by other ferial Stories from the beet nuthor*, Shorter Stories, Kkmjm Sketches, Letters, Agricultural Articles, Ac., are alsc regularly given. The P.*t in Neutral in Politics—being ox« lueivety o®. voted to Liteiature and doet not di»cun* political or Secterian que tious— leaving the:* to the Puiitical and Religions Press. It utters among its Premiums Wheelor and Wlls<*i # Fewing* Machines, Silver Plated Tea Sets. >p*>i>«. and Pitchers, t.old and Silver Watches, Double liarrcl Guns Aliens K.tftH, Mel'jdeoi's, Clothes Wringers'Appletons Cyclopedia i, Jtc. New Mibtcibers who subscribe now for I*« 7 will hav* their nanu s entered on the lint of Tllfc POST at *nce—vnci receive the whole j/tar lfcflT besides. rm? wc mm m - 1 cope (aad one Premium Kugraving) t2 50 •I copies .4 .» u g 5 41 (and one gratis) 8 UU. 8 %i laud 9um gratis) 12 oo' *> (and one gratis) 28 OJ Unecopy earh of PiJST * LAD* S FRIEND, ii uu The gutter up of a club will always receive a copy o the PHKMIUM KNOttAVINO. Members of a club wishing the Premium fcugraving must remit One Dollar Ultra. Those desirons of getting up ( lub< ~r Premium lists, should inclose fire cuts tor sample paper. c >n:ainiac the particulars. Address H. l'f,T J\H SUN A CO. 313 Waluut ft. Philadelphia. STOVES AND PLOUGHS. VITKCKHKCKKKA KBIBKIt.—Foun M der*—Fonudry North of the b>. °f Duller, where Stoves, Plou is nfiiSß|f!m9 in '' o, ber castings are made on shor jo fISwnHTT'MH Ihre. Their w*e rnui* i« uu Main reel ui . i.» rfior >• <f Jack's llotel, where you wili find toves of ail sixes and patrons, i'hey ah*> keep on baud - largt stuck ut Plunge, which they sell an cneap as they cau be bought at any other establishment tu the county. Dec g- 18t«::tf W*. ». iiCSXLTON, H. D gAMtißLGftaasa, u. HUiSELTON k GRAHAM. (Late of the U. 8. Army) PHYICIAfiS AND SURGEONS. srorrni la By*'. kink ,M»ii HTM BO iter r * JOHN SCOTT, Oee Door South of J, M. rhompson's Law Office, n BUTLER, A\NoujrrEsti.«t hp la now opening and' receiving bli Seconu slock of Consisting of DltT GOODS, of all description*, such as CLOTHS, UASSIMKRES, SATIN ETTS, JBANS. 1W RIDS, FKf.NCH MKRINORS. SILK, POPLINS. ALPACAS, COBURGS, NOTIONS, hearty 3UatU Ctothing, FLANNKLS OF ALL KINDS AND COLORS. S&AMSOSTS, CARPETS, AM 011 Clstks. Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Hats, Caps, Boots, & Shoes, SOLE LEATHER And all inch goo Is as this market requires, which will be sold L lIK AP uik ai 5 \o Trouble to Mhow Goodit. Highest Market Price I'aid fur all kinds of merchantable Produce. Nov.HC6) JOHN 800TT. The Magazine for the Times. PETERSON^MftGIZINE. Double size steel colored fashion Plates mills popular M nthlv IHaaaxine Is the cheapest in X th* world. In IHO7 it will contain ONE THOUSAND rAORS ! FOURTKKN SPLKNDID PTBKL PLATES! TWELVE .MAMMOTH FASHION PLATES! TWELVE COLORED PATTERNS! NINE HUNDRED WOOD CUTS! TWENTY FOUR I'AOES OF MUSIC! All this will he giren for only TWO DOLLARS a year or a dollar less than Magazine* of the class of "Peter sen." Its Thrilling Tales and Novelettes Are the be*t published anywhere. All the m«»st popu lar writers are employed to write originally for 'Peter san'' In ihtt", in addition to its usual quantity of short stories, Four Original Copyright Novelettes will be gir en, by Ann S. Stephens. Frank Lee B-omJ ct, IMU 11--d man, and tha Author of "Margrat llowth.'' It also, publb lies MA*tfl*Tll COLORED FASHION PLATES Ah<>ad of all others. TJieae plates will be engraved on steel, twice th" u-iril idie, ami will contain from four to six figure**. They colored, Al*i, a pattorn, from which a drcas, mautilla, or chPda dies* can l»e cut out, without th* aid of a mantua-maker. Al so, several pages of Housth Id and ether receipts. It is the best Lady'aMagazine in the World. THY XT FOB ONE YEAH. »»n m— — Always in A<l*snce One ropy, oneyeai v 9 2 Oo Fife copies,for ono ear ... # 0>» tiight copies, for one year 12 oo Fourteen copies, fur • tie year .. 20 00 Pre m.iu or Getting up Clubn. To every person getting up a club of Are, eight or font teen, at the above rate*, a copy of the Ma/agine far 1867 will he given gratis, tptclineua wnt gratix, when written for. Address, poet-paid, CIIAKLEB J. PKTF.RSON, Nov. 14 M.) 30G Chestnut Street, Phi adelphia, Pa. SALISBURY, BRO. & CO., Extensive Manufacturers and Importers of (Sotd, plated St Orsidc JEWELRY, SOLID AND NICKEL AM tiIIICA.N, ENGLISH AND SWISS W ATCHES Cased by Ourselves, And every description of Fancy Goods and Yankee Notions Efpeclally adapted ai. designed for 80UTIIEHX and WESTERN Trade. Circulai and full descry ve l'rire List seut free. Agent* Wanted erervw hei Addreon VALISOIRY, lIKO Sc. CO, 51 I>Oi A.V< K Street. J. B. MCHLING, Attorney at Law. Office w ; 'h Lewis Z. Mitchell, Esq., North £•■( Side of Diamond. ■Sa&tl ei* a l"n. PEMorest'S jmm mmwk. A N*W ABTISTIC, KNTrBTAININ a, A .ID SFLE.V DTPLT ILLVITUTIP MOXTHZ.T MAOA2XBE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Tag Teacher's Mo*iter and Parents Oraala. Fcaaisuisu a Ucseum of Imbtbuctio* is Philosophy Aav. icißJicE, and LrruuTCaa, rno include St or iea, Poem*, HUtory, Biography, As i. trou.>my. Chemistry. Hmic, Osupi, Puzzle*. etc.. suite.| to ihe capacities *4 vevy You rig America, withou Irivolr y r»r exaggeration. It* contents, from thepen- 1 of the try best Author*, will be found to sparkle will Jnfer«> . its Uustr ui .r.a to charm with beauty, and th« whole i<> iu»pif c with virtue and intelligence, and prwv. I»» a w i-*p. iug lit pl«ju>ure" in every household. ring s mpkm, 15 cents; yearly $1.50; *ich additions, copy *„» orflvs copies for *6; Youjug Ajuarica and Le- DiOiMt* Jtoatiiiy tocether ** *<•»?. *#✓• J* ' Yf. J&XSINQt DEMOREBT, Au. 4«<i ur«i*m4/, -cm i ink. A latge beautiful colored *teei rD m«iiw iriv«-i j wit* first number, and both mailed tree on re tofp' Each single subscriber, at 91.50, will l* Wed to a W\ c roecopa of highly magnifying powers b *be*vy cylinder to confine living objects-- Kul, |Pit»g. .U c «aU; or » fKk>|t of Muu •tOfrapb. 3 ■ 7 . r Administrator's Notice. NOTICE U hereby given that, Litters of AdmlttMr& ttrn bar® been laaued to the nnderaigtied, on tba aetata of Olm Tina DeWolf, late ef the borough of But lar. Butler oonnty. Pa , doe'd. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said eetatn are hereby requested ■ *° Immediate payment, and those having claims against the eame to preaent them properly au ientica »ad for eattlemeot to the undersigned. <**. **. ) n D. TTMBLfN. Farm j lor NalV. Till undersigned offers fur sale hla FARM, located in township, Builer county, bellig 107 Acree of good 1 farming land: Bixty Acres of which are cleared, the balance well timbered. There is a good double Log Dwelling house thereon. A young orchard of Apple and Peach tree*. Farm in good condition j Twelve feet deep of coalin three veins). Fur parsti« lare innnire of the Editor Cixtztx, or gjf the under* ugu : ed residing on tba premised ROBERT TESAR i KNITTING MACHINES. I JUlEundersignea would inform the public, that he Is J prepared to aell the Dahon Family Knitting Ma- ! ine—the strongest, moat simple and best in the world Patented in 18til, and perfected lu 18(14. This ma ahiue will not only do plain woik, such as socks, Ac. j but also fkn&y knitting, with n most perfect and beautl j ful atltch. It will knit comforta, JVubies, 4c., twenty ! articles Any person wishing to obtain oue will please I nse* for circular. Addreea (enclosing a stamp.) B. F. BAWIIILL, Eeljenopla, fmk 14. Ag-nl for Hutl.. COOPERING. THE undersigned would i eapectfully notify the pub lic that he Is and is fully prepareu tu make on ahoitest iot-i» and lna WOHKMANLIKE MANNER, all articles In hla lino of business. Shop wcat aids ef Main Stnet; opposite to the Wither*)"* n Institute hept 6 tf D.B. McCULLOIJOH. THOS. I^O"BiHSTSO2Sr, ttornoy at Law, A?i I> PENSION AND ( LAIM AGENT Office with Charles M'Candless, E-q., S. W. Corner ot Diamoud BUTLER FA. oao. A BLACK «*O. w BLACH'A FLEKUER, ATTORNEYS' AT LAW, CLAIM AGENTS. Penxloo, pmcnrwl ft«r BOldl" r« <.f ISI'J, or tlu-lr wid ow.. *l» tiLCiiMM lulrmtml <" " rr pi .uiptly »t --ton.lnlto. Office, S..nlli HMlof Court 11MM, former ly uccnpi*d l»y C. C Sulliv.u. C»io. joim «. i«o«rMir, THOMPSON & LYON, ATTORNEYS' AT LAW. ""JACK'S HOTEL ItENJ. JACK, Proprietor. Corner of M.ln i"«1 Jrfferio" ttr.ol i, Uutler, P». M:irch I®, 18f»4 JaSe Trßr&diy k G®. (Successors to Jones & Co.) Corner Fourth and Wood Streets. BANKERS & BROKERS, PITTSBURGH, PA. Dealers In all kinds of 00VEhNllENT SECURITIES FORK ION EXCIIANO H, OOLD, SILVER and COUPONS INTEnE.IT NOTES. Collections ma le on all accountable points in the United State* and t'wnad n Interest Allowed on time De posits. Highest lUtes Paid for Coupons. Aug. 13*6 6moe. Spanish Sheep for* Safe I ANY ptf*..ii wi«hing to nurrhase pure-tired Spanish Sheep, would do well to call and examine our Sheep, aa we claim to have pure-bred stocks and will aell either Kwea or liuck* at very reasonable prices. The Sheep may be seen on the firm belonging to one of the aubac.ibera, '1 miles East of Harmony, liutlar countv, Pa. M II BITLER, August 7, ISM. J. M.MOWREY. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE 1* hereby given that Letter* of dmlniatra tl on haa been loaned to the underaigned, on the e«- tate of Wm B. Mo.»re, late of Butler borough, dee'd;all person* having claim* ngnin*t aaid eat ate, will pr aent them properly authenticated for aettle'ii«-nt, and th-<ee knowing theniaelvea indebted to aaid entate, will make mmedinte tinynient. JOHN C. MODRR Nov 7,ISOC—Ct. Almk*'s'TVT NEW FIR US. mil F. uuderaigned having gone into partnrr*hip, in the I B(K>T and rillUK Miiuulacturing buaiiie-w, Boyd'* block, two d<*jra Botith of Weeber * Troutoian'a Store, Slain Street, Butler, Pa., are prepared b» make the ne«ft ent Boot and Shoe and do the beat job work of anr other i-atah)i»hment in the place. II tving great the buaineM we cannot fail t<- pleaao. Cull andeu li- n SCHniBER nICOAI.AS Admfnistratri\*x Notlee. NOTICE ia hereby given, that Let /era of Adminla tratlen on the estate of John />mmon. (ate of Butler townahip. Boiler county, Pa. dee'd, have thia day been nMtd by the Register of raid County, to the nudi'tatguM; therefore, ..llpeimm kn >wiag ibem selvea indrlite<l to thea;iid ea'ate. will m ike pxym-.tit immediate Uioae having claim* agaiiiHt the a>me will preaeu't them dnly authenticated for aett lenient, nor. 28, 66 > EM KLINE LEM»JN. Ada's; "WTIETETTHiBIie, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will attend to all buaineaa entrusted tohlacare prompt |y. Special attention given to the collections of J'en iiont. Hack I'ap ami Bounties. Will alao act aa *gent for thoao wishing to buy or •ell real estate. olßca on South aide of Diamond, in Bredm't building ''s.'r.mlkr S. INKHC THE UDY'S FRIEKB. A BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM EAOEAVINQ.-^ REDUCED PRICKS TO CLUBS The LADT*S TRIEND aanouncea for 1867. the fol lowing neveletaA New Story, by Mra Henry author of M Ea.«t Lynne,** "The Channinga," Ac. "How a Woman had her Way," by Elizabeth Pieacoli, <•*- tbor of "ToW by the Sun," "No Young.' by Amamla M. Douglas*, anthor of 44 lu Trust/' Ac., aud i '-Dura Cae el,"by Prank Lee Benedict. It will give a Splendid Double Page Finely Colored Fatbion Plato—engraved on Steel—ln e*eiy number. It will gnr*a;>tsa«itifully executed Fancy Steel engra viug in every nhmuor. It will give a large aaaortment of Wood Cuta, lllua trating the Faahiooe, Fancy Work, Ac., in every num ber. It will give a popular piece of Music, worth the coat of the in it#elf—in every numlxtr. It will give a the beautiful Premium Bteel Ku.'raring—"One of Life's II tppy Hours'—lS Incbe* long by 20 inchea wide—to ev ry aing e ($2 10, sab*cn ber, and to every person -ending on a Clu»». It offers an premium*. "Whreler A Wilaon's Se«*l g Machiuea." "Sliver plated Tea Seta " • Sp«*»aa," *• it chera," "Hiold and Silver Watcben,' "Uun«," "Ri fa." Melodeona," **o othea Wrlcgera,'' "Appleton'a. yclo podiaa, 4c. •at* mm. si m * 1 copy (and thelvga Premium Engraving.) $2 jiO 4 copieo • 6 no t •« (and one gratia) # 800 § •* (ao-l one xiatis) 12 00 j0 «• 'ami one gratia; 2» 0 Joe copy of each of LAuY'S FBI END A POST, $4 00 The getter ep of a Hub Wijl alwata receive a copy of the PlfrftMlUM ENaOAVINU. Members of ar Club glebing the premium Engraving must remit One Dollar Thoae dealroua of getting up Hube or Pr»minm Liata, should fifteen centa for Sample Magagiae, contalaing the PaiticuUra. AAdreea D«A<'ON A PITERSON, sl9 WalwrtSt., rhUgdelphta. : NEW ARRIVAL" OF WINTER mnr €©*>»« reas, cloaks, AND SHAWLS. ja4 KMt PBKNCH MEIMNOF.S, WOOL DeLALVS, CASUMEUE, OOBCRO9, I'BtNTS, MUSLIM*. SAUIIICH, M( Brer offered to the public, Aid a* oar stock wm put cha*ed on tbe rfKieuApoiilc. *e aro able to Mil ll.ftl lOW prlfiWj FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! WS3 HAVE a r«rj large Stoak ef Ladiea, Ulm A Children* I APS, VICTOBINBS. COLLARS; CUFFS-, AND MUFFS, OF ALL fTTLJiy and qnaUy. Also * itrj fine aaeot trueut of Cloaks, Saques anct Circulars, of our own Manufacture, wliicb enahlea us to eelj at leas pi ices tbau putties who huy them east Webavea very large and cheap Stock of SIIAWLS of all Styles, Sites, Prists •ad QUALITIES, Reuienjlcr we buy *ll oat gaodi by ih« Case. Bale & Package trhich enablei nato mII il EASTERN JOBBERS PRICES, We would call the (Mention of WHOLESALE BUYERS. To (his Stock of Qoodr. DUNLAP, LUKER * 00., ISO Federal street, Allegheny City Penn'a. Oct 31 MMlmoa. BORAL HILI MM, tZZ jMk -H s !P s OF AImIM KINDS, rtlllK undersigned take* plr-asare t a aaa«*a«ing »• I Their many frieuda. and the paWta g*«#f«liv, tba they better ate p epat 4 it.an *f« L*fu*a furnish auit Trees of All Kindt. AND * SHROBBERT * SHADITREES, Op Almost Evert Ya*iitt. The nnlv raal testimony of tlmae wke kavt kM« supplied with fruit nutl other Treee fro* Rural Hill Nursery 18, that they are Urgtr, of Superior qoality aad grew BETTER than th «m brought from foielgo aumtriH, of these truth*, nny number of reliable teetlaenlale ran he inn lin thi* muni? and vicinity Paraone deal roua of purchasing, are requeeted to rail eod examine our apiendld variety. It will amply repay, any par** that wlahea good fruit, and at an «rfy day fram re planting, to purchase of na, a* our tree* a<e oxu* largo and good. A number of reliable agent*coroitrt arefll able employment.br oalllng upon auhaoibeM l. via* 21-2 ml lan waal of Butler, Pa. # Silas Pearce 4 Sons, Butter, NOT. 7 11. GRAPE VINES IFOIR, SALE. OA nrWkCONOOBD, 1 ,-ar „ld, Not 4ViVvv ««h, $3 per dozen. fJu par 100, sl*o per lfjOO No 2 vino* 2-> centa each, $2 60 per doaan. sl6 per 100, sl2* per lftOO. Delaware No 1 Tinea 40 eta each, fa per dozen S3O per lon, S2OO per 1000. N 0 112 3o cents eac)* $3 per down, S2O par 100, S«%O per 1000- Creoliug 60 cents each, $6 per doccn, S4O per 100. El. eenburg 60 centa each. $5 per dozen, S4O par 100- Otr vinee have beeu propagated from single eyea In open ground, and are of superioi quality. Tboae wiahiug b> plant rinea should order e*rl> aa Ibe demand p • 4 see to be greater than the supply Addre-a, SIl'bER <4 MOWRfY, Harmony, Butler Co., P». A Apple Treea delivered at Kocheatar or Few Caatla, af s!.•> per lc*». Peach Tree* sls per 100 Order* moat bo accompanied by ca»b. Address, J, M JfQWfIKT, E3TRAYS. CIAM Rto the reaidenre of the aubecriher living la I Marion tp., on or about the la»t of Anguat, 1886. Threa ewe* and two htmbe, differently marked In the Ear*. No letter marka on any of them. The owner or owner are requeeted to come forward, prove property, pny charges and take them away, or they will bo dio poe«<d of according to law. Oct 10 J?OBBRT A TWILL. JLmportant to Wool-Growers. I>LRASR call and oxamine my stock uf SP ASIHtf BUCK* I have for mile TiIREK SPANISH BUCKS of superior quality. Tbey have been examin ed by a* good Judgea aa there ara In the county, who pronounced them to be aheadof any that haa been bro'l into the county. Call and*ee for your*elree. Rcald.ncr 2 milea North of Glode Mill*, on the All*, ghenv and Butler Plank Road. T> n LYON Oct B—3l. Notice. \i7 HEREAS application haa been made to the Court " " °« Common Plena, In and for the county of But ♦r for a Charier for tha Preabyterlao Chnreb of Com rd In *a>d coui.ty. All peraoo* interested are hereby otlned to ap|»ear at the Court of Comrnoa Pleaa. to bo held in ami f.r aaid county, CMS the 3d Monday of No vember next . and *hew «an*e. if any they have, why ••id Charter should notbe frwn ted- By aWur of the Court Butler county, §9» Cat tilled from the roeord thi* |sth itn of October W*. STOOPS, }%&£££* m. ErrfjmrtL.it FUBIOMBU TlttOflS. uoderalgned hiring abutted themaolvee In tho I Tailoring bual'.e*., wutild reooer^tfonT^r !2 til r!d hl w!nt?r'T , h ,h "' .. . aid are Dreuared ta ——— cl'>thlTiK In tb. tatect and miiat approved rtvta Ptwi! cat! and cxi'.nt&a our Faabioaa and Ppeeiiß.na and boys' Pp~i l «lt.n.lon rlr^r ,D i», r^ ,Tfflo,cuj£ -