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Ornamental, plain, Fancy, card Book AND 3DB ,n f r. , r " y ,\ op - BUTIjER FA. WE ARK rRKPAHKD TO PRINT,ON SHORT NOICR Bill Ileads, Books, Druggist Labels, I ro grammes, Constitutions, Cheeks, Notes, l>rafts, Blanks, Business CarJa, Cartls, Show Cards, Pamphlets, Posters, Bills of Fare, Order Books, Paper Books, Billets, Sale Bills. &e. BKINO FCRNISHF.D WITH The Most Approved Hand '.'ressea THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF Type, Bordert, Ornaments. Rules, Cuts, &e., IN THE COUNTY, We will execute everything in the line of PLAIN AND DECORATIVE PRINTING NKATLY, PROMWI.T, A.3D AT RIA^O.f.ULE ll.VTta, in a style to oxeel any ostabli-'.i ruent at home, and compete with any abroad. HKILLEIJ WORKMEN Ave employed in every branch of tbe business, and we endeavor to meet the wants of the community, and to re tain the honorable distinction which has keen already conceded to this establish ment, for TASTE IN COMPOBIION AND "Elcßanoe Six Press In all the essentials of Cheap Printing. Clood Paper, Tasteful Composition, Beau tiful Press' Work, and DISPATCH, we in vite comparison, from getting out a C:rd of a single line to an illuminated Poster, or a work of any number of pages. The American Citizen. IS nubliihedevcrv V/<vlne»dny In theborondliofßtitler by rrSiBJOJ, In Kerns' Building Mxin stre-t, If paidln within tlie tlr.t firtt hi K month.; ori!W if not paid until iltur the expiration o theflrutnix nu ntliH. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, &c. Oni.Brjn.re.onf Each HnVirijurnt Insertion ' l2 f;0 VA. column for »ix <2 colnmn for six - J, 1 oolntnn fornix . 00 */.< ..luiou for one year irrr.zr.Zw or. p?oft'a"ion» , | .ml Bntli" Curd., "°< ' g 0,, F,xiK' l i'torCAdmliii»trn | < r.and iinditor«rio'tice ,, . ui,..1u0 «:x^:r7;;z^,,;::,ov:.,,,;rn;;r^; - 10 lines oi Nonpareil,or IU equivalent, will make a square JOB WORK. .hMt b*nd-blll,» coplo. or lo«. 'A,, . * » 6 00 " BLAHK*. .for .ny qo.ntlty nnder 6 qnir™, »1 M p«r qnir.■: on .11 amounts over that, n rea«onnble reduction will be ma.le bohinkhs OABDS. Single paclcs, 112 1*50; each additional pack, 60 cts. LOCAL NOTIOXB. loc«nt«por line for each insertion. DEATHS Ann MARHIAOrS, will ho published grntis. where the ».o'e doesnot exroe.l 6 lines; for each aiidllienal line, B c\*. willbecharir I. Ad.ertlsements of O. C. S»le. Adniini»tra tor,,end Auditor's notices: i«y», H»i—> ■« ' 1 ~ r '" nerihlp.Cautions, end nil trnnslont ft'lvi rtiiemeHtn POBITIVKLT n Editor »n,l Proprietor, lleo. 5 ISIIB PSLOX'SSSiOHAL CARDS. L. Z. MITCHELI., , r OH,. K. E Corner of Dlaniond. miller, IM. -ifc« ClixrU'W M'tandlmtß, 4 mm' _ fi'ce, fonth wt.t corner <f Tli n • n', 11 ti. i I; J. X. A J. PCUVIASCE, Attorneys at Law. ■Ofllce, on S. F.. of Diamond and Main St. Butler, Pa. JOUR M. LTOS THOMPSON & LYON. UJ-Office, on Main Street. Butler. Pa -(.* A. M. NFTMAN, M. D. Phyftiolnn n ncl Wurtfcon Office immediately opposite Walker s buildißu* Butler. June 27 o*o. A. BLACK, OE'>. W. N.BKOER. BLACK & FLEEGER, ATTOUNFYfe AT LAW, AND TENSION AND CLAIM AGRNTB. Office on Main street, opposite Schneldeman's Cl« thing Store, Butlur, Pa. [no 20, ly. • ■■ . 3HL. mm. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will attend to all bnsiness entrusted to his care prompt ly. Special attention given to the collection*! of Pen tioni. Hack Pay and bounties. Will also act as agent for those wishing to buy or' ■e<»ll real estate Office on South sido of Diamond, in Dredin's building. Butler Pa. THOS. K>O"BX3STSOISr, Attorney at Law,, PENSION AND CLAIM AGENT Office with Charles M'Candlcss, Esq 8. W. Corner ot Diamond BUTLER PA. Claim Aii«'sa3. TITB under»igned would respectfully notify the public that he has been regularly couimisHioned as AGENT, for securing Itnunty J/oiiey, Arrears of I\iy and Pen sions, fw soldiers, or If they are dead, for their legal , representatives. No charge will be made for prosecuting the claims of soldiers. their tentative- until the eameare collected K. ANDKUSON. P LOW S. W K ARR 15 I"LT V '*LY 1N FOR M 112, 1 ! Ed that pen n or pen*., n ltii»e l,een sellinir piow.tlm.ijsl,. 5 oatthecountv,»epre-»*ntlngthein as made l|y «i A.l R. this i* ther. 112 r.- to warn the public agjiost such, as all pi w« we make have our Plows always on lututl, and woi k warranted. O.H .K. MOBER. BO 0, flmo Bntler. Pa. ~WT J. YOUNG" ATTORNEY \T LAW. J. W. YOUNG, Surveyor. Benzonis, DonzieCo.. April 9», XS67, ly. Michijan. Drs C. L. Dieffenbacher & H, Wise „, 4 KK prepared toinser r J d ontni lee l -d4'stL a? ''- 0,1 ~u' ImU ' sl improve nient from one to an en , -/rM,tlreeet onVulcanite.Coral *^ 1 " Silver Platina. iinprovementein dentis- W Xr J- «l»onW uol fail to O examine theft new style* of Vulcanite and Coralite work. Filling, cleaning, extracting and atljusting the teeUi done with the best materials and in the best manner. Particular attention' paid to children's teeth. As mechanics, they defy com I petition: as operators thej rank among the beet. Char |< niUKler ite. Advice free of charge. Office—lu Boyd 3uildin«; Jefferson Street, Dutier Pa. J |>WC ?, tm Zilf. SHERIFF'S SALES. BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Paclas, 4C., issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Butler coun ty, an'l to in" directed, there will be expose Ito pubiie sale, at the Court House In theborongn of Butler on Monday, the Third day of June, A I) , 1867, ot ene o' clock, P. M., the following property, to wit: All the right, title, interest and claim, of Robert Fpeer, of, in and to one Hundred acre* of land, more nr less,situate in WunhinK'on township, Lut»ercounty, I'a., bunded north by Edward Frazior. fMt by Ber nard M'Analb-n, south by Thomas Uraham, and west by Thotu..s Hutchison; about Thirty-Urn acret chared ; lA>« house and Log stable thereon «rec l ei Seized and t;<k'Mvln exe> utton as the property of Robert Spear, at thf tuff of Jan.es Wilson. ALSO, All theright, title, inter stand claim of J - J. Kln kaid, of, in and to Two Hundred acres of land, more or lews, bituated in I'.ilrview township. Butler county, Pa., bounded north bv John M wre. ea« by James Klnkaid soutEi'ij same, and wist 1 y John M'Laughlln; a bant One Hundred acr-e cl areii small Orchard ; one Frine house and Log barn thereon erected. Seized and taken In execution as the property of J. J Kiukaid, at the suit of James M'Langnlin. ALSO, All the I iglit,title, interest uad claim of Bdward llig giu*, of, in and to Seventy AN® ai res <4 land, m- re or less, situated In Venango township, Butler county. Pa , bounded nnth by ltobcit Cochran, east by John Hughes, sooth I \ John M Value, an we*>t by John Peoples : about Fifty-five acres cleared, •mall orchard; LOK house and Log barn thereon erected. Seized KM taken In execution as Ihe properly of ftdward If it gins ot the suit of J. K: Smith ami W A. Thompson. ALSO, Al! the right, title, interest and claim « 112 Rovjamfn ' Miller A- W. T. Miller, of, in and to Two Hundred and Fifty acres of land, more or lew. tdtuated in CTiy tp., Butler connty. Pa. bounded u-irth by Jaiob Woi fold, Esiat by S '.mnel Loudon, south by James Heron, and wed by JohuCinther*; large Improvement, Ten acr-je of which Is meadow. Orchard of small trees; Frame house and Log bun thereon erected. Seized and ta ken in execution a* the property of Benj. Miller and W.T Miller at the suit of j. A Dewar. Ja s. I i STO HEY, Sheriff. Sheriffs ofßce, Butler, May 18«7. Applicufion for Licensr. rnnn fallowing per- n-t have filed their application* I t» June Ser-sloni, in the ofticj of the Cl «ik of Court t;u li t i . t Bnllir county, Ibl Tavern Licen?- under the Act- • t Assembly of March 21, an I April a». l v s«. and 112« r Ke-iauiant License un der the Act of Assembly « 112 Apill 13,1!W, to regulate the sal® cf intoxicating drink-, to wit; TAYFJIft LICENSE. 1. Abraham Shontz, Bor. Harmony, Filed May 8,'07. 2. Hmry Miller, '* Zellenople, •' 4 " 3, Lewis Krause, 4, Martin Iloch. Bor. Millerstown, " " 7 " 6. Joseph M'C'annan. Brady tp. " M 7 6. A una Mt Wattenpul, Bor. Saxonbnrg' " 11 " 7. David Kelly, Uuionville. •• "II «• 8. JnoT. M Candtess, Fairvlew tp. " 'l3 " 0 Henry Stockle. Evan-bi.rg, '« '• 13 " 10. Wm Bastlan Bor. Zellenople, " '• 13 " 11. Win. Vogeley. Bor. Butler. " "13 " 12. Mrs. DorethaOumpper, bor Millerstown "13 " 13. Michael Ztmmerman, bor. Hutler, " " 14 ' 14- John Green, Coylsville. " "14 " Ifi. Jordan Eyth. bor Bntler, " " 13 " 1« Francis Lanbe. bor Saxonbnrg, " "13 " 17 - John Daugherty, Hannahstown " "14 " 18. Christian Ketr.nl. Lancaster township. 10 Samuel Alleo, borough of Prospect. RESTAUBANT LICENSE. 1 Sam'l Sykes, bor Butler, Filed May 4. 1867® 3. Robt, Hartley, Buffalo tp, " "8. ~ 3. John Holsieln, b .r. Harmony " 4 11, " 4. Casper Hertzog, bor. Zelleuople " "11, " 5. Peter Staff Peter-ville " 13, " d. Catharine Mick ley, Keansourg *' " 13, " 7. John A Uoetz, Summit tp. " " 13. " 8. Win. Vogeley, bor Butler " "13, " U. John Weber, Summit tp. " " 13 «' 10. Wur Gregg. Buffalo tp. " " 13, 44 11- >lrs, Duretha tliimpp'-r, bor Mlllerst n 14 13, " 12 Daniel 8. Rodgera, Oakland tp. 44 4 , 8, » 13. 0 S. Barclay, Middlesex tp " " 13, •' 14. Lewis Krause, Hennahstown, •* " 14, " Licenses will be presented *o the Court for hearing on Weduesday. June 6th. 18»)7 Applicant* will file their bonds in Clerk's office, on or before the day of , presentation of petitions to Court. Licenses must he taken out within Fifteen days after they are granted, or they will he i evoked accoidiugto law. May, n022, *87.) F M EASTMAN, Cl'k. AppraiNcmeiiF 1 Asts. rpHK fftllowing appraisement lists of pr©| erty re -1 tained under the sth Section of the Act of Assem bly of 14th f.f April, ISM, have been preeented and filed in of Clerk of Orphans' Couil, in and far the County of Butler, to wit: O. C.. No I, March term, 1«67, Mrs. Nancy Stewart, widow of John Stewart, deo'd, |vrsou I property amounting t»s3 0 T. C. Stewart and John M. Dunn, Adm'rs. O C., No. 2 March term. IS 7; Mrs. Mary Bllnn widow of Philip Bllnn,dee'd; personal property aurniut iug toS2LW 6J- Isaac vella-i Adm'r. O C , No. 6, March term. 1567 ; Mrs. Graham, widow of Enos Graham, dee'd; personal property amounting to |.IOO. Mrs. Graham, Adm'x. O. C., No March term. JK67 . Mrs. Wolf Widow of Joseph Wolf, d>-''d ; Ileal estate amounting to fHH). Patrick Hamilton t\ 0. C.. No. 7 March term. 1807 ; Mrs. Elizabeth Fit/ sim moits, widow of Wm. tUxsimmon* d r'd; Heal es tate amounting to |3OO. John Martin. Adm'r O. C. No. 27. March term, 1807: Mrs Jane Haslett. widow or Robert Haseti. deed; Personal property amounting to $251 2J John M. Haslett, Adui'r. 0 C No. 70, March term. 1^67; Mrs Phebe lfl|rton. WMII* OF Thos. J. Lay ton, dee'd; Real e«tate am -unt imc tos3oo. * Phebe Layton, Adm'x. O. C. No 74, March teim, lSf.7; Mrs. Jane BorVind personal property amounting to S3OO. Jameaßorland A Wm. L. Hartley, Adm rs. Of which the creditors, heirs, legatees, distributees, and others interested, will take notice and appear at our Orphans' Court, to he held at Butler, on the First Moo day of June next, it being the 3d day of said month, to show « anse if any they have, why the said appraise meut lirts should not bo confirmed absolutely. F. M. EASTMAN,CIerk N B.—Appraisement List® *1)1 not be presented for confirmation cntil the publication fees are pi id. March S n021.4t. Keg interna Notice. XTOTICEis hereby given that the following nr l>i counts of Administrators, Executor* and Guar dians have been filed in tfie Register's office,at Butler, and will be presented to the Orphans' Court of Butler county, for confirmation and allowance on Wednesday, tbe Fifth day of June, lHb7. 1 Final account of William Martin, Execntor of Ji.o. D. Cunningham 2. Final account of George Weber, Administrator ef Adam Weber. 3. Final account of John Meals, Administrator cf Enoch \. Meals, dee'd, a® filed by Elisabeth W. Meals, Administratrix of John Meals, dee'd. 4 Final account of G W. Hays, Administrator of Da vid Hay. 5. Final account of Craig and William Byers Administrators of John Byers. 0. Final account of Buhama Speer, Administratrix of Alexander Speer. 7. Final account of Samuci Leason, Administrator of William L. Anderson. 8. Final account of Bnselius Bernlnger. Admiuis , trator, ci/ia testa mm to aun,m t or John A. Zelhman. Final account of F. M. Scott, Adminlstiator of j 10: Final account of Mrs. Mary Holllday, now We j her. Administratilx of J J. flolliday. 11* Final account of Moses Thompson, Esq., Executor ! of Jamttt 1 hompson. 12. Final account of Thomas and W. 11. Gilchrist, Administrators of John Gilchrist. 13 Final account ot Samuel D. Sloan, Executor of David Sloan. 14. Final accouniof MatthcwS. Btorey, Executor or William Storey.' 15 Final Account cf Philip Bickel, Administrator of John Barth. 16. Final nccount of Catharine DeWolf, Executrix of E. D. DeWolf. 17. Partial account of Wm. M. Graham, Executor of John Jack. 18. Fina' account of Wm. Dngan and Jemima Dugan Executors of Alexander Dugan. 19 Final administration and distribution accoanof J ne Cochran, Administratrix or John Cochran, dee'd, —filed by Jit i«i's Bred in. Executor or Jane Coch 2n. Final acl(>nnt or Philip Naas, Guardian of Joan na Hunsberger, minor child of Isaac 11 nnsberger. dee'd. 21. Final Account of John Goff, Guardian of JohnT. Goff. ?2. Final arconnt of C- E. Purviance. Guardian of Be 4 «ecca Kersey. 23. Final hconunt of James Armstrong, Administra tor uf William Armstrong 24. Account of Robert M'Kee,Esq., Adminstrator of j Philip Croup 25. Kinal account of Christian Swai tc, Administrator or M itlnas Mrnrti The above ace -unts were all filed Thirty days before th«j time before the premutation to the Court- S. NIXON. Register. Register's, ffioe, latter, Pa .MaySd, 'HO7. ——————— ———— List ot Causes. TRIAL June Term 1f67. HKST WKKK. Peter S. Weaver vs. Samuel Cleland, Tern Tenaut. Herman J Berg rg. James Hall's' Administrator. Commonwealth, Hannah Catleuder sug, as Pl'ff vs. Thos. Watson, Tcrre Ten. Pattern K ear in vs. Bernard Itoesslug et. al. SECOND WEEK. John C Murrin et. al. vs. Ryan Ilonton et al. Isaac Spotwler vs David Marshall. John Murritt's Executors Kelly. Eleanor Hiues vs Samuel Wuuer Jr . ot al William B. Luniiu-n vs Jacob Wechling. William Clark vs James g. Smith John Murrin's Ex'rs vs Daniel Kelly. Lydia S. M'Luie vs May B. Browuelal. John Negley vs William Vogeley et al. J*s (tall titer jr. vs James Gallaber. sr.'s, Adm'r etal. llarvoy I) Thompson rn Isaac Sponsler et al. Matthew Riddles Ex'rs vs R, J. Gregg. Pattou K ear us vs George C. fttoeesing. Pat ton Kearus vs George C. Roesiiug. Francis Eyth vs. Jacob Zeigler. J. B. CLARK. Proth'y. Protbonotary's office, May Ist, no. 20, 3t.* SEWIUG. MRS. T. J. LOW MAN, Would respectfully inform the citizens of this place that she is prepaied to do all kinds of sewing, »uch as Drea, Making, gaques, Gents' ShirU, and Chihlreu's apparel. Also, Local Agent for Wheeler A Wihon'i Machine*, feb. 80. vol 4, no ll?tf FE WORM LOZENGES, AKS, WITHOUT BXCTKTML, The Most Extraordinary Medicine of the Age. Compriiins.M th.v ,ln. M', .1 AI'.KAHI.K POWER IN KXPKLLI.NO WOItMS, with M.EA3ANI' TAfTK. AND PKRFKCT SAPKTV. THE! COSTAIS NO MERCUIIY, NO MINERAL. NO TURPENTISE, NO Oil, OF WOItUSEKD, NO TOISON. NOrniN'j INJURIOUS. Tiny are Entirely Vegetable. SYMPTOMS OP WORMS > Itching of the nosaa ess, twitching or start inj? fUddenly during fleep. pain in the htoniacli. loes or flesh, paleness with hect c.aj.petite sometimes roracious at others a dullness ot the eyes, drowsine-is, a swelled upper lip, tongue whiUdv furied and studded Hlth rod ots, fetid or garlic breath, grinding ot teeth during sleep, a sensation of lodgment in the throat, an nuiuitural craving for dirt, chalk or clay, f r etfulnes* and rritibility of temper, chollc, lits and palsy. INTESTINAL WORMS A'e .'inionu the first to nndeimine the constitution In the list or a'sense-. They otten occasion s-v. re diseaee, en-ling sometimes fatally, particularly when they as , rend to the stomach Their presence inth'drmost or dinary Mtuaiion is utiended with uufavorahle etlecte itpoa the geiieml health. EMINENT MEN ASSERT That al! are more or less troubled with woi nn. and thai many die annually from this came, who, by the timely admini-'ra'ion of a proper remedy would be saved. As KKLIX>W»' WORM LOZENGES may betaken without any unpleasant results, and a* most children are fond of them, their use Is recommended 11 those apparently healthy, and thus dispel the cause of what would pro dace sutrering. B C\REFUL WHAT YOU USE, Various romedies have from time to time,been recom mended, such as Calomel, Gil or Wotmw«»od, Turpen tine, Ac., so that dangerous and even fatal consequences arc produced. The nice I y< 112 a >ate and sure remedy has-c Mfed much research and study by the proprietois of FELLOWS' WORM LO7.KNOI S. They are positive ly wife, pleasant and effectual. They do not kill worms but act by making their dwelling plae i disagreeable to them, if Order, nowerer, to guard eon utuers lumintl deeeptlon by a base compound, the analy.-i-< < 112 J)r. A. A. IIAV KS, State Assayor, proving the above sfatement, ••I have analyzed the WORM LOZENGES pcepaiedby Messrs. Fellows & Co m and find that they are Lee from Mercury and othei metallic or mineral matter. These Lo/enges aro skillfully 1 plea-ant to the taste, safe, yet sure and tffectual in their action. Respectfully, A. A. HAYS, M. I) , er to the State of Mass. PLEASE REMEMBER That FELLOWS' WORM LOZENGES are prepared with great care from tbe concentrated extracts of two plants They do not uct i»s a purgative or eme*i . will II >t debil it itt- the patient, are *.» simple an may devour a whole box without harm, and will at the *ame .imeexpel the worms in an extraordinary manner *j»-FKLLiIWS' WORM LOZENGE is th-only Worm Remedy In existence combining haiuihas qualities with delicious taste and amazing power. PRICE 25 CENTS I'KR HON. FIVE BOXES FOR A DOLLAR The signature of FELLOE S A: CO. is attached to each genuine box. Sold by Medicine Dealers Generally. PREPARED AT THE \ew F.isgluiid ISotiniiiDp]) ot FOR THE PROPRIETOR, J. i . z sn:\( ii. DEM A 8 'BARNES ft CO., General Agents, New York April 9, 18t>7, t'» mow. cot. OARRIAQES, BUGGIES & WAGONS. 4 FTER MORE THAN SIX YEARS EXPERIENCE l\ In my bust lions.and a Winters labor in in selecting the best material, and constant oversight In the making of the same, by FIRST Class WOKKNKX, I have now on hand the largest and best lot of ( Altai tUES. iiKaars, SI'I.IiEVS, lv uaixs. A»>., qoth light an 1 heavv. ever nffereil to thu people or Hutler county. ; which I will sell GHKAJP FUU CASH, TrFamily Carriage#, Shifting T« p Buggies, Open and ottlns; Buggies—ln shott. T think 1 can furnish al most anything in the vchi.de line, made of the beet Eastern timber. Spiings and axles: and tini-hed in a manner not excelled in cities East or West, and bettor adapted fc.r oni r< ad- than Eastern work. ! Shop and Ware-room on Cunningham street, East of : and near Mardorf's Tanneiy, Butler. Pa. GEO. C. ROEBSING. REFERENCES: We, the undersigned, tak"* pleasure in recommending to the public, the work offJeo. r. Rmssing. We have used bis manufacture ef Carrie.i *—they have given satisfaction, and are well adapted to our roads. CBARLBS M CANOLESS, ,1. G. * W. CAMFDKI.I., Dn. STEFHFJI llaAurx, R. 0 M A HOT, DR. FRI< KKNSI Eir*. no. 17-tf. Wm.S & A G. UOTD. MOWERSItiD BE&PERS. w >■ ts o " 2L S P r B g: r £2 O O _ j-s \LSO. Palmer's and Common Sensa Ilay Elevators and Rakes. ALSO. Cultivators. IRON and Wood. ALSO, Double Shared Plows, Iron. ALSO, Cutting Boxes and Corn Shellers. ALS'i, Plows and Points.nil kiuds. ALSO. Cook Stoves i Wood or coal', on hand and for sale at our old stand. J. G. 6c Wm Campbell. Butler, may,noßl,2m H.Ell EX Mr Lia T. B. +M IT« C. HOO FUSHIOII&BLE TAILORS. rpnVuudersigiied baring associated themselves in the I Tailoring business, would respectfully say 10 the public In general that they have just received the Fall and Winter Faxhions, a- d are prepared to make up clothing in the latest and most approved style Pleaf call and examine our Fashions and Specimens of maw and boys' wear. Sped 1 attention given to le»ys' cloth ing. EITENMULLER . WHITE ft CO. Augnst 12, 1860 tf. I'll OTOtii RAl'll H, AMROTYPES, DAGUERRE JTY PES FEEHEOTYPES, &c. SAMUEL SYKES, JR., RESPECTFULLY informs hi- friends, and the public in freneral, that tie is prepared to take PHOTOGRAPHS, A MBKOTYPbS, Ac., in the latest sty and in all kinds of weatlier. All assortment of Frajiiws, Cases, Ac , con stantly on hand Gall and examine Spoclmens. •#*G\LLERY on Main Street, opposite WEBEIIA TROUTMAN S Store. Butler. Pa. |no. 5, 6mo. mm MOWERS, Plows and Plow Castings, AND Agricultural Implements Generally. MANUFACTURED BY JOHN HALL «V CO., Nos. P2l A 123 LiberCy street, PITTSBURGH, PA. The Union Mowers can be bought at city prices from WILSON, WECKBKTKER A CO,. Butkr. fa. May 02, l*»T7 Ot. JOHN HSLL A CO. 1867. 1867. NEW GOODS! lUK AHE .T VST RECEtviNU AND OPKHING \V the Best Selected Strtck of S PR 1 NC —AND— SUMMER GOODS, EVER OFFERED IN BUTLER, CONSISTING IN A FULL LINE OF Ladies' Dress Goods, Which were bought at the latest decline for cash, to which we eall paiticular attentfon Our stock consists of a large lot of MERINOS, ALL WOOL HE LAINB, . SILK LUSTER, ALPACAS, COBURGS, POPLINS, MOUSE DE LA INS, UIIA LLLHS, BERAGES, In endless varieties snd Colors. A full assortment of NOTIONS, TRIMMIXUS, Misi.ns, NIIKI:TIX(;S, CHECKS, . TICKLVOS, UI\(UITNS. ALSO, A EULL LINE OF Cloths,, Cassimcrcs, Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans. WIIIOH WE WILL SELL AT LOW PRICES. A large and well selected assortment of Ladles' DRESS GOODS, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, HARD-WARE, QUFENS-WARE, AND A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF GROCERIES, All of which we offer at Greatly Reduced Prices. PARTICULARLY TO CASH BUYERS. | Please call aud examine our stock, befcre purchasing elsewhere, as we find ic No Trouble to Show Good**. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. REMEMBER THE PLACE. WEBER &TROUTMAN, Moyd'H Blook* C or. Main d Jefferson Streets, BL'TLER, PENN'A, Apr. 10,1WT—n««17,e»o. FARMERS, READ THIS! BUCKEYE MOWER & REAPER i Again Triumphant! rpillg EXTENSIVELY KNOWN, AMI DESKRVRD | ly I'opokr Maabine w n *nl>mit."l t » tin* m »-t vigorous ?e*t of it* superiority. «t a tri»l <»f competing machines that look plice under eh«« mauagemiMit 112 the N* * York Agricultural Sxl<t\ at Alil rili, N V.in July IMS • Hi.- committee con-i.red -,f .1 ve judgos and fbrtv mirhfwn wore entere-I M c uP«-taiit* for tin? pi lie The trial lasted llir. e weeks. and t»»e te*ts were thorough. Th« rt*ul »n Hnnoonrid at 'lie Plate Fair held at Saratoga on tl*o 12th of September lust, nn<l the GRAND GOLD MEDAL WAS* THEN' AWARDED THE B U C K. E;T§j AS T!IK MACHINE HI PFJUOII TO 4VX «TII I KS. A similar testimony avrarded It in th<- rnn State, lu 186 ft. This mnrhine i regard. dby the tl. u sands who can speak fro in « xpenenc •. ;«s t tie IMS! IN T.IK n<t It I IK *nd is manufactured by the Inc. tp rated c n pany €. IIMM 1* A ( 0.. r\\T »\ OHIO Lewis Heed, Zellenople, Agent for Bui '-r csunty. Orders will he filled by ' <1 A Win Campbell. Butler, HI d W. 0. B»ackenrhlge A Co . « F ''ontrevilbv Price list*, descriptive pnnphlets, posters, and ci*cm lain can he had at all tim'»s f:oin the manufacturers ,or their agents. HEW ARRIVAL —OF— SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS, Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c. 117 K HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE LARUKST, \\ Beat. and Most Complete Stock of NriUSCJ A SUMMER DRY GOODS, EVER OFFERED TO 'NIK PUBLIC ALSO, A VKRV LA ROE STO'K OP Carpets Oil-cloth 3 Hearth Rugs, Door i, ats, sSc. IN WHICH WE A!(K N iIV OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS PERSONS IN WANT OF ANYTHING I.N TIIK A LINK, SfIOTLD NOT FAIL TO • CALL, A* WE ARK SELLING AT Extremely Low Prices'. WE CALL SPECIAL ATT KMI ON TO Wholesale uyer., As we have a great many Jobs from .few York au< tlo-, sales. DUNLAP, LUKER & Co., No. 136 Fedrrai Street, fill Door Heloiv Market. March 27, no. IC-flmo ALLEGHENY CITY. SPRING TRADE FOR McElroy, Dickson & Co., Itfo, 54 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. Have their stock open for tlie tradt. GOOD GOODS! REASONABLE PRICES. S. B. M'ELROY, JAMES IHCKBON, no 14, 3mo. JOHN T. SHANK. Orphans Court Sale of Real Estate. BY virtue of an erder of the Orphan' Court of But ler county. tbimnderaigned Administrator of Wm Rsaghart. Ule of Ulearflald t .wn-hip, dee'd.. will ex pose to sale by public vendue on the premises. on Saturday, Bth. ISG7, the following Real Kstate, situate in Cleartte*d township bounded asfollows : On the north by lauds of John Miligan, east by la mis ofrMichael Downey, south by land* «fHiUiit k Downey, and west by lands «>* Hugh Grady, contaiuing Eighty acres, more or leas, with im provements/ TERMS—One-ttyrd in band, and the .balance in two j luiual animal installments, with interest, from confirm- . etion of sale. PETER PEN NEL, May, u«2Jta > Administigtor. j WATCHES, CLOCKS, —AND— JEWELRY, milF. undersigned would reepectinlly Inform the pub- X He that they have on hand, and are constantly re ceiving a great variety of SPLENDID CLOCKS, among which is the Xcw Patent Lever Clock. This Is a striking clock, and has been lately introdu ced by us. It Is a first class tithe keeper M AXTKL CLOCKS, of all descriptions, and of the v rv bed material aud woikiuan-diip, warranted to keep good time. American and Patent Lever Watches. huutlug case, warranted g.»ud tlm«* keepers. Colt nntl shuip'M HeVolvovn nnd Cartrldgus Jewelry, of nil kinds, and ••fgo«>d quality, all of which will be sold • n eat nable terms 112 r ca*h. TLE3P A~XRX2STC3-. We are no* 1 prepared to do all work and repairing properly belonging to a jewel \ estaolisiinieut m a ■citisftict >fy and w-rkuianlike mann i. Wttfphcs lllld riocliN. cleaned and r. p-.lied.-n sh u t m ice llon't t rget phce. W «• »i|de 112 Main Stie.-i - ue »rI • e; p site Duffy's at ae, and «|-pot te Dr. Sey man's •■thro II V? 1 WimiMA <fc Ct> .lanuary. n fl (lino KITMCK WOOLEN MILLS. MtiniitiiPtaitS iH«- very c-t heuvy FALL AND WINTER FLANNELS, Cassimeres and Yarns, tit every kind and color, which wo will sell »s uw to c i.-h buyers, if u d than they can be Lad East, or West If you want Heavy 15arred, Whitc, lirown. or Grey Flannels. Warranted to have Ni) SHODDY in thein, goto the Union Woolen Factory, Butler, Fa., if yuij want Heavy Cassimeres, Warranted to have NO SHODDY In them, eo to the Butler Woolen Factory. If yon want a good article of NTOCHIXU I'AEtX. Warranted to have no flhoddy In it, goto tho Butlei Woolen Factory. 10,000 Puitnrfs <>/ Wool Wonted m Exchange for the A/kwc Goods. 11. FULLERTON. Hoc 4. r, fv.tr ILLUSTRATED DOMESTIC BIBLE. BY RKV. INORAHAM COBBIW.A. M rnillS work contain- all the plans of the Coninmn I tnrie<. and Is neat and of convenient Hi/.e for family use It will r.tquire l»at little examination t ■ »»eu that this edition of the Sacred VH i it nga embraces raAny fra t tires never before combined in one vol nine, nnd' H a valuable acquisition t>> the fiuully circle and the Bibli cal student Some of the most important and distill guishmg features< I r! is bible are: 1 Seven hundred Wood Enutavlni's. 2 Many thou sand marginal reference*. Three flimlv ox rented Steel Engiavings. 4. Numerous improved readings. 5. A corrected chronological order. (1 An exposition of each chapter, coutiUuim; tli essence of the best <'<-m --iiwoitntors, with much' Original muter by the editor. 7. The poetical liooks in the metrical form. 8 Reflec • IOMS «lii'wn from the -übji cts of the chapter nnd giving in a condensed f«»rtn if- spiritual import. Ji. Quest ions at the end of each chapter, for family examination 10. DntoMllixiHl to the chapterfor each morn lug and evening comprising tho whole Bible ins >ear. To these have lately been added two very desirable features, viz : It contains a f.uiily photograph dwpart ii.out In eonnectlon with the family roc »rd, and an x tctided eoncorliti It is one of the most desirable llible* published. The Work contains nearly til teeu hundred crown quarto pages, printed from clear and beauilf«iltype.on Ane.pape , th numerous engravings, aud is b'.iuud ill tlii'i e dlllerei.t and beaiitiiul #!Vles R« v Ji hii Dav's, of i ouii m| .-'lessiug t wuslip is Agent f-r Bullor C< untv. Post "til e Vd r s-. \N INTKSToWN, Butler t oimtv, Km h. no n s n ~ i A. J. IMXTKIOOT, No. I.m Frdr rnl Street, Next D o. t»i tho o nur "112 the Distnond, - - IViin^a. H tVINO J.'. T RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL I SELECTED s'tock ol j IIAHIIWA RK & nUTI.KUV Imported direct fiom the ni•nufactuiers, c.nsistlogo | ISiiilderN Hardware, 4 'o«»j»ers, itlacksiiiiiim, ami (ijitelier T M <1 i, S , I loHi'fttrnlHliltm I liiiwiwui*o, FA R t/ rrco V ih. xsil •<, O V..v /7 KL, SAILS, (./ A >.V 11 // . I 1.1. 11) SA>H rU'tTi. </ . Feel* confident lie can ofl'.-e le I oen t t> Whole, s tie and Retail loners. nn*i wo d IOOH* r -p . tTiilly nsk you patr iia-e will the > i> or »; itw.il h lo y tir lot ie-1 toil • biisioen* with h.in Afiril nolß R. & w. JENKINSON, Manuf.icturun and Wholesale Dealers In Tobacco. Negarti, Nnuir, el.*. N... O KKI.EUATj STKEEt, At'tt('lllK*'Y OITV, PA 3rd door from Suspension Bridge. .Sign of I lie Itig Vudimi. vol 4, no I *, lyr. fp H E subscriber would respectfully Inform the public | I that he has erected a new CARUIAOfr and WAG ON' MAKING? SHOP, on Street, opposite J. 11. Negley, and below the M. E. Church, where he is prepared to do ull kinds ot work in his line of basi ness, such as nuking Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Sul kies, Sleighs, and any thing in the line of Carriage and Wagon making. Ri pairing done in theshortctt possible time. MjriilVK HIM A CALL.-©* Nov. 7, Ufl—tl ] FELIX B. TRUXAL. "And we'll all take a ride" NEW LIVERY STABLE. HAVING PURCHASED THE WELL KNOWN Livrry Stable of Col. Alexander Lowry with he entire stock of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, rfc . we are prepared to furnish, on abort notice, FIRST CLASS R*' iS , , Particular attention paid to furnishing carriages for funerals. I iiflicu and stable on Washington street, West of Firet j National Bank. i no. lh-3n»o* J. *A. MITCHELL. | RESTAURANT, 0" Ma n Street, One Door North of Court-Horse* SAMULL SYKES, SR.,! Has constantly on hand, Sp!ced Oysters. Ale. Beer, ' Cider, and Sarskpaiilla. Sweet Meats, and Candies «»f all kfnds - Ginger biead aud Sweet Cakes of every vari ety Nittsof all kinds. If you want good oysters, gotten up lii the very best style, just calf in nnd yon chsll be waited uj»ou with the greatest of pleasure. \ RURAL HILL NURSERY. OF ALL KINDS* h TW undersigned takes pleasure i n announcing t Their many friends, HUM tile public generally, tha they bcttei ma prepared than ever before to furnish Fruit Trees of All Kinds, AND « // SHRUBBEET & SHADE TREES, OF \LMOST EVERY VARIETY! The universal testimony <»| tli so who bare been supplied with fruit and Other Tree* from Rural Hill Nursery •ij lll * lhny Xnr *« r - ®f Superior quality and grow BtITKH than »h >se brought from foreign nurseries * of lb see t hit lis. any number uf reliable testimonials can be bad in th|* county and vicinity. Persona desi rous 112 purchasing, are requested to (all nnd cxnuMi our splendid variety. It will anmjj repay, any. i>ciHc>u that wishes good fruit, and at an early dity from re planting, tnputchaee of nx, <»- our trees me o*h.» large and good • 11 iiiiil>f i, 112 ielinlde agent- ean Hud profit able employment.by calling upon the subscriber liviu* •i 1-2 miles we t of Uutlt-r. Fa. Silas Pearce & Sons. Blotter, Nov. 7 Ofi. Are you afflicted with a Cough or Cold ? Are you predisposed to Consumption ? Are the lives of your children in jeop ardy from sudden and repeat ed attacks of Croup? If so, purchase a Box of BLADb'S EUPHONIAL LUBRICATORS! THE PEOPLES MOST SURE AN If EFFECTUAL REMUD V I'( lit COt'C.IIS, (JOlit>B, CROUP, CATARRH. ASTII.MA, l>U'- THKRIA. BiIIINCHITIB AND PULMONARY U is K ASKS. The Lubricator is a medical preparation in th<* form of a lo?enge, wbiih of all tuodes Is tn« most pleasant and convenient '1 hey contain no deleterious ingredi ent, and warranted to he always ssfe even fur the weak •at and nuMt sensitive stomach. In Croup they give immediate relief For Coughs and Colds they are tn valuable. Foi Catarrh, Asthma. Bronchitis they have no equal in the maiket, (vide certificated iccompauytng each box.) Diptheria, that drendu I and denoiat ingdll ease, they < -ntiol wonderfully and aluio.-t immediately. No Fnbllc Speaker. Singer oi Teacher, should bo with out them. »H they remove hoarseness and tdrengtheu and clear the voice *3*-" Always usi« them In tins'*, and If symptoma are severe me very freelv. .1. II Blades Jk Co., Proprietor, Elmira, N. Y. For sale by all Druggists J. HENDERSON A Co*, Wholesale Agents, Pec. 12, 1801—lyr. Fittsburg, Pa. PLfiSTICSLATE, FOR Roofing & Other Purposes. fllHEproee- if reconstructing Slate St.-re from a dls- I ini. urule i t it. W.i patented February 41st, 1865 it is a comb: nation <>f Pulverized Slate and Viscous Matter. (The latter posse'sin* quilitioi of geolagieiM and chernilal affinity fir t;ie firmer.) and i« ii dcvelopttieut of one oftheslmple but unaiteiable tendencies of ua tilie . AH a rooting material it STANDS UNRIVALED. A nnHti' it ul ipts Itsvlf to every shape "id slope. N >n combustible, iuifflfrvious, nou ex pans ivo, and un derlying. I'msi d<»es not crack nor Inat di-n.dve it. Ibe only roofing material ever discovered that will resist the action of the i lenient* an long .is the*tr nciute It-protocts. iteing susceytible of little, if any wear fiotn exposure, and . PERFECTLY FIREPROOF. It I* cnequHil-l M .* i• m tine 112.. call *id or farm bulldlAig'i .I \MF.S Cf.AKK, M liA KL ~TI .. .. i.V s-iNS, Proprietors f.r Hut hi- and Reiver. • nunc-. Clipper r - !i lost Out' . t ouuty, Pa. MILLir-'thY &l IRIMMINGSTORE. \I -. J. \ announce* 'e the pnbllo that M -he h noi .i d . M lliaery and Trimming Store tore door v'«»r'h of S> ken' Grocery, whore sin* will pay pa- tieiilai att"iiti >u to Dress Making and nil kinds 1 of Family -ewlng. Stamping, Braiding, LADIES' TItIMUINO, New Style Hoops and Corsets, Dress .linking ami Fsmlly Sewlug, New Style Promenade & Party Skirts, FLOWKKS, HI tDOXS, LACKS AND OLOVK3 Gent's Cuffs, Collars,&Neckties. MKS. J. A!U,l\«T!lJf, •HI It KB DOORS N »RTII OF SYKKD' OROCKRY, vol. 4, n • Irt-tf. MaintFtreet, Butler, Pa. SPRIMG STYLES —OF— WALL PAPER WINDOW SHADES, WHOLE-ALE AND UETAIU \LAHOK AND UKLL J?ELKCTKD STOCK. AT low |irice««. Kurcha.""*rs will find it to tboir interest to call before buying elsewhere. \o Trouble to Hhow Goods* 11. C. II KIN KM AN, no Ifl, 3mo. Main Streat, Hutler, Pa. Executor's Notice. Entnle of Jacob l/nrtzpl/. tlrr'd. XTOTICK la hereby given, that Letters Tostamantiry having been issued to tlieundersigned, on the «e— --tate of Jacob llartzeil, late of Cranberry township, Butler county, I'a dee'd: therefore, -11 pet sons know log fhemselvee Indebted to the said estate, will make imuieiliat paUßeat, and thoa«. having claims against the same will present thmn <lnlv authenticated for settlement. WILSi'N OKA HAM. Kx'r, May noJ2, 3t*) ELIZABETH HARTZELL, Ex'x. AdminiHtrator'N .Votice. En/ate of Patrick Flemming, dee'd. NOTICE Is hereby given that Letters of A aiii-istra tioii »n the estatu of Patrick Flemming, te of Cl«*arfleld tp., Bntler coupty, Fa , dee d, have .>een gran tod by the Register of said county, to th« undersigned ; therefore, all persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate, will make immediate payment, mid thou© having claims against the same will pf A sent them properly authenticated for settlement. S'J KPIIEN M CUE, May 16. '67—3t. JL ldiuiniMtriitorN SotlM. Estate of Johmton WiUiamnon, dcc'il. N'OTICE is hereby given, that Letters of Admfnlsfra t ion on the e*t:»tr ot John-ton Williamson late of Jfuldlescx township.dee'd. have this day, (Ariy 4th, been granted bv the Register to the ondersigned; therefore, all persons knowing themselves Indebted to said ettste, will make immediate payment, and th««a having claims will present the same 'peHy outhsnU cated for settlement JOHN BROWS. may H. no. 21.3t« Adimmsliator. OSBI'II J. ELLIOTT • OWMSB Uoß* ELLIOTT & ROSE, House, Sign & Ornamenta Painters, Paper Haning Done on «he 3horteat Notico. Bviuut, Feb. lb67—ly.