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Wars. The student ofhi*»>»T* !l! be fille(1 w ' th wonder and amazement when he reads with earo ihe history.of ffje Democratic party *nd reflects thut swell « corrupt or ganization was so io)<jr;it<.d and maiutifted nndtr * ScWerhtihent' which had beau as^ioljiWU'ly,dedi«ited to rtjputi liean liberty W »Bts. HifWmc* Fpeen lute autl theortift up')" tlift different ex- DedieatsjvhicU h»ve been resoHed_to[fol ate purposn <X empires and bav? bav? ty'own the !ie«ti<ii)U«t)<'« of cetrupt niimarth?, una wlMe untolling to the world tne se ereb intrigues which liuvel>eeu the maUi- nf mureMiments whifh were not founded upon the virtue and intelligence of the people, have fallefl th*t #irt phenomenon in ours, whilu records tlie administration and control of our gov ernment by a political party which pro claimed its avowed hostility to all meas ures which were calculated to strengthen and preserve the Federal Union. The "feat aim of the Democratic party was political power and personal ag grandizement, and not the* increased de» veldpenient of the national resources, and tfie permanent glory oif the Republic. To accomplish its object,and secure prlitical permanence, it never hesitated to . pros trate the business of the country, or to plunge it into useless war. The growth J of Republican sentiment and the spirit ot j oppofltioh to slavery during the few years preceediug the Mexican wa,r, resulted in the leaders of that party, then in control of the government, sending Paul Hous ton into the regions bor.lt tint; on the Hio • Irantlq lor the sole purpose of filibuster ing: the country into a war with Mexico. This was not done because the descend ants of the Montezuma* had been guilty of any breoch of the law of nations, or | that "we hnd any wrongs to redress, but , in order that some pretext might bo ad- j vanccd yudci which we could cla.m and secure the Territory of Text.s, which fell tfrVhir'lot'tis the j I.ttfie treaty of tinudaloupe Hidalgo. J'hc ac.juisition of this large tract of rich j and sparsely settled country, accomplish ed the purpose for which it was intended . j the speedy incorporation of Texas into j the I'nion as a powerful ally ot the Dem •• oeratic party, dedicated to slavery ! •itH to tlio Democratic par- j tv. not because slavery was profitable thore, not because something was needed to counterbalance the rapidly increasing wealth and population of the l'ree .Soil party of the Northwest The price paid tor this fiand of recruits to the l)emo critic party is well known to the coitus try. The war was precipitated upon t be country, and national honor and national peace required that it should bo prose cuted with vigor and success. '1 his fact compelled many eminent statesmen to Hupport a war which in their hearts they could not but condemn. The success in thus extending the do minions of the l>cmocratio party, by forc ing the country >nto a war in which the national honor was involved, emboldened the leaders and induced them to repeat the thing, when power pawed from their hands by the election of Abraham Liu coin in the memorable election of 1800. They had fattened from the drippings of the public Treasury, and they imagined that such ah innovation upon their inhe rentfights as the election ot a Republic can President, was sufficient grounds on which to involve the country in another war. How far they were successful the history of the past live years bears ample testimony. Their history during the past fifty yeais js written in letters of blood, marked not alone by the bloodhound s track amid the bayou- andswamps of the cotton and rice fields of the far oil houth. but among the rolling hills ot wild and rugged New England, upon the broad and unbroken prairies that sweep Westward from the Alleghenies toward the Golden States of thb Pacific, and in a thousand beautifully' decorated cemeteries, whore sleep in one calm and unbroken sleep our army of patriot dead. \\ ill the Ameri can people ever agiiin commit the desti nies of the country to the keeping of such a political party?— Fre<). Jiep. General Sheridan has put a some what amusing construction on one clause of the Reconstruction act. He removed, a short time ago, the rival boards of levee commissioners,one appointed by Governor "Wells,and oue an old rebel board. Gov. Wells sent a remonstrance to Washington, and obtained the reversal ot the order from the President, whereupon the Gen eral removed Governor Wells himself as '' an impediment to the faithful execu tion of the law," and denounces him as a dishonest and tratorious person. As bes twoen General Sheridan and any man who has been actively engaged the lust four or five years in Louisiana politics, we should have no hesitation in talcing the. General's side. We feel perfectly satisfied that when he says any New Or • leans politician, be he "patriot" or rebel, is a knave, a knave he is; and we desire, asfrtng as martial law if down there the law ol' the land, that he may in ali things lirtve hit- #wu way but we fear, in this instance, he will not lfave it. If the at 'Washington were to ac> knowledge that an appeul to them from the ; dcci*?»b« bf a district commander ipight 1)0 treated hy the officer himself as ofrering-nn " impediment to the faithful execution ot the law," and punished ac cordingly, the right ot appeal would be of course destroyed, and the various gcti urals would become absolute within their limited jurisdiction—a result which the acl certainly did not contemplate. —A liome, However, tasteful as to house andjjtwn, is incomplete without a liberal allotment of ground for gardeniug purpo mm* ' Much of the domestic comfort of a j is derived from the products of the gai tin.' importance ot rendering it capable of producing the greatetfc®<»atf«ty. of fruits and vegcta bles. These provided for, a taste for the merely (trnamental and the beqntiful may be indulged as conducive alike to health and intellectual deveiopement. —*ltf%ad frnth half ofouY forebodings aßflWt '«Hr neighbors are but onr own wishes, which we are ashamed to utter in any other form. AMERICAN CITIZEN | Ornamental, plain, BefcV AND 1«* Ivearns B ill<tl v«K. < Story, opi postie .lack's Ilo%cl, St«eet, WE ATW PSEl'&tb r irSIKT.ONSnonT NOldß j Dill Head*. Buok?, Labels, L'fft pnmimes, Constitutions, Checks, Notes, Drafts, lilanks, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Show 3Jills PAperlioblt!", 1 Billets, Sale Bills, &c. BgING FUftNISIIED WITII % Tlie Most Approved HftnS Presses THE LARGEST'ASSOWamaIr OF Type, Borders, Ornaments. Rule*, Cuts, &c., IN THB COG NTT,- • ' We will execute everything in the line of PLAIN ApNDDECORATIVE PRINTING Nr-Art-i, PKOAPTLT, at ltEaj»o!«A»La lUT*U, I in a sfyle wbitfel any 1 establishilifent at home, and compete with any abroad. WKrMiBH Are employed in every branch ot the busiuiss, and wo' QjuicavOr to meet w:infi nf the romtmitiity. an if to fe tain the honorable distinction which lias ! been already conceded to this establish ment, ffir TASTE I > ( (> \I I'O -4J lO N AND mit'ijnnoe In Press Work. In all the essentials of Cheap Printing,' Good Paper, Tasteful Composition, Heau tif.il Tiof-s vrpik'.Vil'MlitfAfbii", we In. viti eninpaiison, from ftiCi rd of a single line to an illuminated Poster, or a work of any number of pages. The American Citizen. IS published every Wednesday In tlie borongho?Bntler by K A\i>m v.in Kearn#' Building, Main Street, fppoHite tlie .lack House. Tkrms:- a/oar.|r|«Wiß Sfemncs.cr the firsttli-1 <a 'lso |fui)t i>itid uutfljaften the expiration fheArst *\x nu ntlis. 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('.Sale, Kxecutors, Admiidstra t..rs n*i l Auditor's notices: Estiny*, DlSnnlution of I'art ner-hip. Cautions, and nil transient advertisements MOST POSITIVELY BE PAID 15 ADVANCE. O. K. ANNSMNi IWitor and Propria**. Dec. 6 IS«6 —! L. Z. MITCnELL, ' sa A liia j; v ■ I > liiC'• N.i 1 • I 1 'r 1!..-«• 4 liiir!«><» M'dnndlefti »»* Offii-o, onJSonth west corner or Diamontl. lliitt.r, J. X. A J. I'l ISVIAM K. VI torncys it 1 a>v * Offlre.i.n S. K.of Dianiiniil nn.l Main •>. fl»'li r, 1'». JOHN H. LIOS TIIOMPSOK & LYON, m t I mm- QSpOQIce, on Mum rHre« t. Hutler. I' sflkll QUO, AtiulUrt .Ota. W. FLELOER. BLACK & FLEEGER. ATXOllMiii-i AT l/AW, ,A>;> A.NpCLAI* AG l-*NV£ • EH*- omcfe oti VTa'fn sfiVot,' hrt'M'leroan'a Cl« BmiUc, k'*. uo ff.iy. %W. DB . BH . ATTOHNEY AT LAW, Will attond to all buiincM circuited tt bin on prompt ly! .' 1 1 attention given to (be collections of Itn iHin". It-ink* l\iy *w»W JiountUx. WUI »lsoa»:t agent for those wishing to buy .or sell\eni estate. OtHe# cßi sido of Diamom!, in Brailm'fl buiMing, j Hutier l'a. THOS. i^O"BI3ST3O3Sr, Attorney at Law, PENSION AND CLAIM AGENT- Office with Charles M'Candless, Eff] S. W,. Corner of Diamond HuTr.KR PA. Claim A^enl. THK undersigned would respectfully notify the public that he ban beta regularly Commissioned as -A-GrEISTT, for soaurine llmrntv V n j». Armir» •/ /lav »■<! K'om.for anliliera, or if tliey arc ileaii. for their leipii r. iiri wr.fcitiT! . Ho ckMge wiß be nunle for pr.«w*.lmß tho claims of solilicri. their rejentatiro until the lime are collected K. ANUBRSON. PLOW S . K A R K Tt KI.I A ** LY TN FO R M od that some pers *n or person have been selling plowethnniglis ' ***' „ v t the county ,t -presenting them rs mSde »»v Ok .1. R . >frtser. this \< theref .re to w«rri the such, as all pl»ws we make havu oor Plows always on hand, and work warmnted. _ G.AJRMOSKR. no 9, OAo. lintler. Pa. W. J. YOUNG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. J. W. YOUNG, Surveyor. Benzonia, Benzie Co., April »4.1567,1y. Michigan. ■OVERS HMDII w >- K <o s « «= - ter ® ■ B S2. o ¥* 3 * ALBO. Talmer's and Common Bense llay Elerators and JUkea. Al.t'O, Cultivators, JRON and Wood. ALSO, - Double Shared Vlows, lr«*". 4 AI. SO. Cqltingßoxfs and Shallerst- . A and PtthHs. all kinds. ALSO, Cook Stores (Wood or coal), on hand and fer sale at our old stand. J. b. * Wn >. MipbiU. Bntler, may.noSl^ia. . flETjfYSßlJttfi ASnUIU loßlfvffiD SOLDIMs. I* fpr' trn.y Aft of or the Common wcaltn of Pennsylvania, March 6 1867, r*ihe Board of Supsrrisors uppointod by the above •.1 CorimrdlMf to *f»? th/ *f " .'** 112 KcorporatifiTSbectfi. W" >°J' >=•>' Mh.. U-ci-i l» tl "thorsHtM*ii»- K, k ~112 inn lit. rtlK- erei-tlbii. *il>ttalimentS|nd ittti- Enaie. oflL Afvhup lor Tn®d Sidler. of the la( e Wni to lie 'ml'' on tlifl:«tli.-'irt! of Uettj«b.irs n#d •lan Indocto at |»tr|otl.- <•-»* 112 mis benev h«'f < <BV »'« '"l «.» J •" l> "£ tfa.n to dl.t3ill»l."|.«K-Hhe *fc-cri' ' •«uch nrtlc-10* W value a3l?lfWre»t,T««n aMSSWron «m> the l(t« war or any moneys, effects, property, or estate, real or personal, whatever, In this State or elaewhere, nt such times or upon such terms, and in such way and ticmsssmmvs lowing named well-known gentlemen: Major-Oeneial GEORGE (i. MEADE. ANDREW O.CUHTIN, il tii* Gent t«l GAI.UBHA PES NY BACKER, WiMor "femoral g. M. GREUORY, Major General JOHN R DROOKE, MiJprii' t*r*\ GJLUR*4:SU. 'l. COftLIS, Major General JAS. h. BELFRIDGE, BiigadierGeneral JAMES A. BEAVER, " SICKELS, Brigadier General JOSEPH F. KNIFE, Brigadier GeneVal W M.J. BOLTON, Brigadier General BAM'L M. ZULICK. General JOHN |C. MURPHY, PngadiAr GenVl'd .loif.N F. BALLIKR. WfgtHitff'OenM! T. F. MTOY, Briga-lii-r Genenil H K. WINSLOW. Brigadier General HENRY PLEASANTS, Bfinjuiiv! tfenfnM J. i\.£. OAlrtll J. M CAMMnfLL, Brigadier GeneralTlloß. M. WALKER. Brigadier General WM. COOPER TALLEY, •rtgadtar «iene« a 141. M. SI. G1WB««), ' Mr>n«lT. ?. WrMBAUCIT, ' The -ite for the institution «thirty acres) lias already 1 lieen purchased, an«l it i.« hopml that the good work may ipiioiiM U.ll l#«' Hi ul" Ulu A«- nociation, No. 112'i Clo tfiut street, Philadelphia, on anA aft. r U>n I vv,.tfe- ftth dij of Vly, 18fi7 F"t»-:u h "nl»-< tlp'i >U tlv© dollar- a certificate will be issued, which will entitle the holder to such article of valnetts may he awarded to Its number. The first distribution of awaids will be made immc i AUttely upon the receipt of 80,000 subscriptions, of each Thu tlistrihution will he public, and uudor the direct Vilpert'iiion fcf thl(i)r|>Spator4. |'.i#«on-« al ail isbtii-e Are re-ju.«tod to rani it thelt i Direct all letters to J D. HOfVJfAN, m SECRET ART BO\RD OF SUPERVISORS, W Box P 0., Philadelphia. Tlie following Is a schedule of the awards to bsjpade | under the first distribution. The itefls of I)iaiWihd4 and other precious stones were purchased from citizens of the South during the war, hnd their genuineness Is . !rtlfied to by ,Ve««rs Henle A Bros., the most exten fiye iliaicnHl iirtp iters in thetrountrj, and by J. Her- Diinn, diamond tetM-, New York. GETTYSBURG ASYLU.VFOR .INVALID SOLDIERS, incorporated by Act of Assembly of the Common wealth ot Pennsylvania, J/arch 6,1807. Office 1136 tIIESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. FIRST DISPOSITION. Eighty Thousand Subscribers at Five Dollftts Each. " 1— 1 Diamond Necklace, 48 Brilliants ▼alned at 130,000 1 Diamond Cluster Brooch and Ear Ringn 15,000 3 1 Award 10--40 Government Bonds 10,000 | 4 I Diamond Cross, set iuriilver...... 7,000 5 1 Diamond Clustrr BroOch.l fi.ofsi 0— 1 Award 10-10 Government Bonds 6,000 7 1 Diamond Ring 4.sixi 8— 1 INhnumil (Huh; or Bracelet. 4 000 P— 1 Diamond Single Stone Pfcarf Pin 4.000 10—® 1 Diamond Cluster Brooch 4,<HK) 11— 1 Diamond Cluster Bracelet 4,00u | l'J— 1 Pair Single Stone Diamond Ear Ring- 3,fi(i« 1& 1 Diamond Cluster Brooch 3,000 14— 1 A ward 10-40 Government Bonds 3,(MH) , 15*— I Diamond Single Stoue Ptn 3,000 16— 1 Diamond Single Hone Stnd 3,0(H) 17— I Diamond Cluster Brooch 2,fi00 18— 1 Diamond Single Stone Ring '2,600 19— 1 Diamond and Emerald Brooch... 2,5(10 20— 1 Diamond Single Stone Ring 2,(MX) 21— 1 Diamond Cluster Ring I.fOO '£}— 1 Long India Camel's 11 air Shawl. 1,500 HO— 1 Choice Emerald Stnd 1,600 24 1 Single Stone Diamond Ring 1,000 25 to 3-P- 10 Awards of 10—10 Government Bonds, each 1,000 35 1 Three-stone Diamond and Ruby, half-lt«K»)£R'ng 800 311— 1 Diamond Single-ton* Ear Knobs 800 W — 1 Pair Diamond Cluster Studs.... 6(jo ofe— I Diamond Ring, star setting.... 600 3ft— 1 Diamond Single-stone 11n....*...i 6(H) 40— 1 Diamond Cluster Bracelet 600 41 to 50— 10 Awards of TO— 40 Government H<>nd|, each 6')o 61— 1 l«ad\ 'a Diamond-set Watch 400 • 62 1 Diamond Single Stone Ring 360 63 1 diamond and Opal Cluster Ring 260 64 1 Diamond Single Stoue King 200 6V- 1 Pair Emerald Scarf Pins 290 60— 1 Diamond Single Stone Stud 150 57 1 Diamond Cluster Pin 100 68— 1 Cameo and Pearl Brooch and Ear Rings 100 59 to 158—100 Awards l«>—4o Govern t Bonds, each 100 159 to 258—100 Awards, Government Legal Ten dem, each 50 3,000 Awards, Government Legal Ten ders, each. 6 The distribution of the above reward" will be made in public as soon as the subscription i* full, of which due lunire will be given through the panels On and after ,¥AV <»tli the Dinmondn will be on exhibition attire office of the Association The publH ohh eonhd«ntlv rely on everything being conducted In the in<»st h. nnrable and fair manner. All the awards will bo handed to certificate .holders, imme diately after tlm .tlsti ibution, free or all ppst, at the nit of the Company, No. CHESTNUT Streei, Philadelphia. CERTIFICATE. We hereby certify that wfe have examined thf Dla rnor.fGoods, Pearls, Emeralds, Rubles, ahd other Precious Sfoiiqs, as tU'scribe«l in tlie above list, and find them all genuine. HENLE RRO.'S Diamond Importers. HO .4/AI DEN LANK, New York. J. HEH/WANN. Diamond Better. .101 HROOJfE St., New York. AGENTS WANTED. Books can be bad containing Twenty Certificates, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. All orders for Certificates must be addressed to J. D. HOFFJfAN, Secretary, may.notl ,2moS ] B.«x 1481, Post Office, Philadelphia. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & mm. \FTER MORE THAN S.X YEARS EXPERIENCE in my business,and a Winters labor In in selecting the be.*t material, ami constant oversight in the making of thu M»uit», Uy FIItST c I.4SS WOKKMEX, I have ii. won hand the largest and best lot ot (iUIMAIiIX B l" la la IKS. SMKEVN. WAIaOXS, Ao., qoth light and heavy, ever offered to the people o Butler county, ; which I will Sell CHEAP FUR CASH, TrFamily Carriage*, Shifting Top Bnggies, Open and ottin<; Huggi««—in shot t. I think I can furnish al most anything in the vehicle line, made of the best Eastern 11ulfeer. Spring* aud axles; and finished iu a manner not excelled iu cities East or West, and bettor adapted for oui roads than Eastern work. Shop and Ware-room "U street, East of and near Mardorf's Tannefy, Bntler. Pa. GEO. C. ROESSING. REFER ENCJfiS: We, the nndersignetl. take pleasure in recommending to the public, the work of Geo. C. KocMiig. We have manufacture ef Carriage!*—they have given t iiflii | apd are well adapttid to our roads. duiLEH M'Cashless, "J. G.iW. Caxpreu, i ! Da. S4spuk!» BaABFN, * It. ./ !>a.FkICKBKBT«N no. 17-ff. WM. S. A A G. Born. JOIIN JL SIEJIOX. Confoctionor aud Cake Baker, X9o. 100 Federal Street, Allegheny city, Fa. Ice Cream, Boda Water, Fruits, Nota, JelUes,-PiAles,. Ac., alwaya on hand. • Particulfr*attentiou paid to order*. Min 22,1607, ljr 1867. 1867. NEW "GOODS! \\TK AKE JUPT RECEIVING AND OPENINCI W the Bfst Selected Stock of SPRING —AND— SUMMER GOODS, EVER OFFERED IN BUTLER, CONSISTING IN A FULL LINE OF Ladies' Dress Goods, Which were bonght at the latent decline for ea«-h, to which we eall particular attention Our stock consists nf n large lot of MERINOS, ALL WOOL I)E LAINB, SILK LUSTER, ALPACAS, COIH'RGS, POPLINS, MOUSE DE LAINB, CHALLtKS, 15ER AGES, In endless varieties and colors. A full assortment of XOTIOXS. TItIkMIXGB, sii »;iri\c;s. CHECKS, TICKINGS, (iL\6HAMB. ALSO, A EULL LINE OF Cloths, Gassimcrcs Satinet ts, Tweeds, Jeans, WIIICII WE WILL SELL AT LOW PRICES. A large and well selected assortment of Ladies' DRESS GOODS, HATS i£ GAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, HARD-WARE, QUFENS-WARE, AND A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF GROCERIES, All of which we oflTer at Greatly Reduced Prices. PARTICULARLY TO CASH BUYERS. Please call and examine our stock, befcre purchasing elsewhere, us we find If Mo Trouble to Show Goods. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. REMEMBER TIIE PLACE. WEBER & TROUTMAN, Hoyd'M Ulork. Cor. Mafu d Jefferson Streets, BUT LB It, PESS-A. 11 Apr. 10, IW7-n. IT, too. FHIil «»WS' WORM LOZENGES, AA*. *nuoLi fyraraex, The Most Extraordinary Medicine of the Ago. Comtortatng. u tb»y d>», H t VIA HKAI'Lk. POWKUIN EXI'ELI.INU WORMS, with I'LSAfiiN 1 TASTE AMIPKRrET.T SAFBTY. TJIEI cosrys NO MEItCrRY, NO MINERAL. NO TUIU'KNTINE. NO OIL OF AVORMSKKb, NO POISON, NOT 1.1 IX«> INJURIOUS. Th«y arc Entirely VegcUible. SYMPTOMS OK WORMS: Itching ftf the imw feverish teas, twitching or start ing suddenly durinc sleep, poin in the utomaeh. lows o! 11 esh, paftin«s« with »iN?t Ic. appetite si>ntetMies ▼<>r»o4 »us, at olhem adullne** of ihe »tes, diowsmoHS. a iwvlM wpp' r hp, rnngtie «4iiWy ftirtod midstnduefl with red fetid or garlic breath. gt iodine of during- sleep. h sensation of lodgment in the throat. uti unnatural craring for dirt, chalk or clay, fretlulnefcsand rritibilify of temper, cholic, fit* and palsy. INTESTINAL WORMS A*e among the first to underminf the constitution ir j til-- lint of d'senses. They often occasion s«'v< re diseu.*e, ending sometime# hitally, particularly when th.ey iu rend to th«? Htotiintft: TlfFlr presence id ttyclr most or dinary situation i» atteuded with unfti vocable eqe'cty! upon the general health. EMINENT MEN ASSERT That rrt! nre more tffmtrtr-dtvttM trorfrtt. flttd thai many die unnuully.froniihj• c>ui*e, who, tur Ilit* timely nclniinii«trut i>nof ;» prO|wr« nirdv w<*u|J bt» saved. A* FELLOWS'WORM Uf'/IfNO tw> taken without hny unpleasant results and u moat children are fond i I hem, ftfe'lfr use fs recouinieible/1 to those nmmrcntlj healthy. :«nd thu* dispel tkd caii«e of what wotild pro dure sull'ei ing. 3 IREFUL WHAT YOU USE, Various remedies have fVofn time to time, ben ntHh\ mended, Mich as Calomel, oil of Worniwood, Turpen tine, so that dangerous ami even fatalconsequence* are produced. The neres'sl i< 112 a safe and sure reuiedj hftl c:it:*ed much and *tulv bv the jdroprietot* of FELLOW?' WOltM liOZKNUKt*. They nr.- fimitivo -1 v safe. pbasaut ami effectual 'J boy do not kiU \Wrms t"*t act l.y m iking their dwelling pi u- disagreeable t« therrt. In ord< r. however, to guard Consnmfr* again*! j <leee| tiou hy a base compound,- the anulytls of l»r. A A. lIA V KS, State Assayer, proving the above statement, i's annexed. "I In ve analyzed the WORM LOZKNOES preparedbj Messrs F»dl sv< .% Co . and firtd that they are fiee t .mi Mercury and other metallic or mineral matter. Thca* l.oy.engi-.* are HkillfuW.V co|U| onnded pleaNaut. to the taste, aafe, vet sure and i ffectoUl in their action. Respectfully, A. A HAY*. M. IF, Away er to the Stato of Mass. PLEASE REMEMBER That Fl'T.t.rtti'S' WniM! WWENWraarr pr>p:.rrA will] gn»at care from the concentrated extracts of ttvo plants 'l'h«y do not act es a purgative ur emetic, will not debil it«t" the patient, are so njruple an infnit may devour i\ whole box without harm, and will at the same fflieexp" the worms in an extraordlnnrv manner. /f#-l KLbOW S WOKSI LO/iEN<»K i» th«only Worn Remedy In existence combining harmless qualities with delicious taste and amazing power. PRICK 25 CENTS PKR BOX. VIVi: IIOXES FOR A DOLLAR The signature of FELLOWS & CO. Is attached to eacl genuine box. Sold by Medicine Dealer* Generally. PREPARED AT TIIR Sou Eiikliiikl lt«>t»iiiOcpot FOR THE PROPRIETOR. jt. c. riiKxcn. DRMAB TBARNES A CO., General Agents, Now York April 0, 1867, 6 mos. eot. FARMERS, READ THIS! BUCKEYE MOWER & REAPED Again Triumphant! I rnilTf EXTFXfIVEI.V KNOWV, AND DESERVED I ly I' jirl.ir Machine w.m submitted to the inov' vigorous test of its superiority, at a trial of competliij machine- i i «t took pi t.-.* under the ni'i.i iu"nicrd of tin Vv. York AgricuUnral Pxlity, at Auhuin, N. Y.. It .Tuff. ISti L The committee consisted of eloven judges and forty machines Were entered a* contestant* for ?n<j j pti/.e The trial lasted three weeks, ami the text* wen »e< «t thorough. The result was nhtinuieed at tht Pfcite Fair held at Saratoga, Oti the 12th of Peptemhei Inst, and the GRAND GOLD MEDAL WAS THEN AWARDED THE B U a 6C E; Ye:» AS THE MACHINE St Pi;itlOK TO AM. OTIIFKS A similar testimony was a Girded it in the sarnfl State, in 1806. This machine is regarded by the tbou- I gands who can speak from experience, as tho BEST l\ T*li: WORLD, i and IS manufactured by the lncorp<irated company (. Al LTMAXtI ( 0.. CANTON OHIO Lew'* Red, O-der* will he tilled bv -I. O Wm <>»mpb»ll, c Rutb r. and W. <». ilrackonridgn S. Co ,of CentiHVilie. I I*ri<-e list*, descriptive pimphletK. posters, and clicu j lars can be had at ail tiio-S fr om the uiailQfiictureri> ,oi their agent*. Tin: iri vA j™ /COMBINES thi> prinripnl T«lu»l"le le«tnrw nf nMrlj I J ail Ihe 1,-a.IiDK SlncbinM in eibtopM,—with man) limw unil iinpurtent J nti nt lmpr>ivrln'-:i'- of our owu. .ETNA MANLFACTCHLVO CO.. * S ilem, Ohio. J . G . A WM. Cavpdell, Agents, Rntler. I'a , May 2&th, tf. SPRING STYLES —OF— WALL PAPER —AND— WINDOW SHADES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. AI.AB.iI! AND W F.l.t. SEf.KCTTO STnCK.-AT low prices. Pnr«-hasers will tind it to tfceir interest t<» call before buying »*t*ewhere. No TPollble to Hhow Goods, n. C. HKINEMAN\ no 16, 3mo. Main Street, Butler, Pa. 08IPH J. XLLNTTT. QEORQi: B4)SE ELLIOTT"& ROSE, House, Sign SL Ornamental PauUers. Paper Haning Done on the Shorte*t Notice. Bmuui, Feb. 20, 1867—1y. WATCHES; CLOCKS, —ANb— . . , JEWELRY. 71LU-! undersigned would raflfiectlullyJpfonn the pub lic that they have fen haWj, and are tifilsMnfly re c« iviug a groat variety of SPLENDID CLOCKS, among Which lfc the New Patent Lever Clock. This in clock, and ha* been lately introdu ced by us. It is a nrst class time keeper. MATTEL CIRCUS, of all description*, and pf tbo very best ~ial and , wdrKinarUhip, warranted ib*lA?ep good time! American and Patent Lever Watche's. hunting owe, warranted good time kcopora. Colt; and ffct&kirp-'t-i Revolver# xi ltd Jewelry,id nil kinds.nnd 112 good .polity 11 of wbicli will be sold on reasonable torms 112 r cash. We are now prepared to d<> all work Mid reuairinu properly belonging to 11 jewelrf t>«liahti«lftnem, in <i satisfactory and workmanlike mapnor. Hjilclm sand 41o<*ks, ele*ned»nd r«o iiied. on short notice. Don't f-tget the place. Side of Main Street nearly <-pp<J*Ue Butty's stoje, nod op no-, if l>r Ney in hW" office • I US. V> ft MSI A CO- January, m<6 flnuu BTTLIJB WOOLEN MILLS. .MiiiiuCiioturc llie very best heiivy FALL AND WINTER FLANNELS, Cassimeres and Yarns, (.f i-Tcrv kin I «nd cJInV, wMrh wo will .elf'm 'ow r< c iftb huycrn, it uot lower than tlwy cau bo, bad. ka*t or West If you want llo.tvy Burred, White, Hrnwn. or Grey Flannels Warranted to h»ve NO SHODDY in them, ,go t< the Union Woolen Factory, Butler, Pa., it you want licit v,y ( assiiiipi'ps, Warranted to have NO SHODDY bi them, goto the llutler Wooleii o 1 NT(M'KI!V« YARN, to no Shoddy Inlt, goto tlio Buttei Woolen Factory. 10,000 Pmnuh of Wool Wantvu in Exchange for the Alwue G<xx/s H. PUIiLERTOJf. Dec 4, M.,tf ILLUSTRATED DOMESTIC BIBLE. BY REV. INURAIIAM OOBBIN, A. M. rfITTIS work contain* all the plan* of the Com men | taries, and Is neat and of convenient air.'' for familj use. It will raqulre hut little examination to see tha this edition of tlio Sacred Writing* i mlirncwi many foa tures never before combined in one volume, and is i valuable acquisition to the fbhilly circle and the Jtihll cal student Some of the most important and dlstin guMiing features of this blblnnro: 1. Seven hundred Wood Enginvinps. 2 Man/tjion sand marginal references. 8. Three finely ex centre Steel Eugrnviugs* 4. &timerou.s Improved readings 6. A corrected chronological order. ti An eapesitiot of each chapter, containing th essence of the best Com with much ofiginal matter by the editor 7. The poetical hooks in the metrical form. 8 Reflec • ionsdrawn from the subjects of tlio chapter,and giving in a condensed form its spiritual import. U. (Jue.stiont «t the end <>f e«rh chapter, for family' examination 10. Dates affix eft to the chapter-. f>»r each morning aix! evening's reading, comprising tlio whole Bible inn year To these have lately been added two very dealMbh features, viz: It contains a family photograph depart inept in connection with the family record, and ap »x t -mbd concordance. It Is one of the tnost dcsltabb Bibles published. The wqrk contains nearly fifteen hundred crown quarto pages, printed from clear an* beautiful type, on flue paper, With numerous engravings and inbound in three ditlerent and beautiful styles. Rev Jehu Davis, of finessing township, li Agent for Butler County. Post Office Addr- si, WIMTKSTuWN, Butler County, Pa. March, no 14-s. M-tf A.J rpAwmoWi No. 15* Federal Street, Next D ior to the Corner of the Diamond, Allegheny. - - Peiin'a. | ] J AVIN'il J. ST IIKOKIVKD A I.AKOB ANl> WKfcl II AIUIVVA H K & CUTLERY Imported direct from the manufacturer*, consistlng t Builder's llardtvlire, Coopers, 111 aeli sm it lis, and ISnteliei T O O LI S , ITome I'm rii Ikli I ngc 11 n rdwn rc» FARMING rrTE.VSrL* r/fO.V, STKBL, NA ris, (if A X.v. WHITE USA D, SASH, VVTTY; 4-r. Feels confident he can offer inducements to Whole, rnleand Retail buyers, and would most respectfully ask you patronage, with the assurance that it will b< to yonr interest to do business witb him. April '67, no! 8 R. K W. JENKINSON, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Tobneeo, Segars, Mn n ir, l*i|»es. ele. No. 6 fCDRRAI. STBKKT, AI.f.BOHIWT CITY, PA 3rd door from Suspension Bridge. .mgii ol' (lie llig Indian. Till . 4, no 12, »jr. liXiiUJ OiLu. a rpn» «üb«rrll>er wonld resj»ertf»»Jly inform the pnbli< | that he lia« fleeted a new CAIUIIAOK and WA<* ' OV MAKtNfI SIIOP, on Street, oppositt J. H. Neglev, and below the M. E Church, where h< is prepared to do all kinds ot work in his Mne of Inw4 negs, such aH making Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, ftul> • kin*. Sleighs, and any thing in the litoe of Carriage ami Wagon making. Repairing <loaein.the vbortett possible time. A CALb.-ES !tov. 7, *66—tl ]. FELIX B. TRUXAL. "And we'll all take a ride " NUW UVKUY STABLE. HAVING purchastcd tt!e tttb Lirrry Stable of Col. Aleimnder Lowty with the entire stock "112 llorsea, Carriages, Buggfee, «ee . ws «rfl prepared to lurnish*.»u ahorl notiee, OLAtJS " pfrilcalar attention p.d.l to ftirnl«l.l>ig cwna-o, r.,r Mabl. on Vt-hlasUm ■troot, Wift of Kir.l ' J. A A. MITCHELL. RESTAURANT, On Main Str.ot, On. Door North of Court-Hou»«. SAMULL SYKES, SR., IIM con»tantlT nn hand, ?pii-ea O'ynter., Ale Beer, Cider?anil S:im«|KiriU». Sirnet-Meutl, »uJ CimtiM ot .11 kind.; Olutcr bread and Sweet C»8*« of .very Tnrl ' ety JftTtArw kind.. If von w.nt good Oy«t»r», itutten np in th. »-ry Wit ntyf», .Inst i»ll In and vou shall be waited upon witb the greatest of pleasure. RWUt HILL OF ALL KINDSL THE undersigned takes pleasure 1 n e .nouncing t Th&ir innny frknfl#, add the public general)?, th« they better are prepared than ever before tofnruish Fruit Trees of All Kinds, AND SHRUBBERY & SHADE TREES, OF ALMOST EVBRY VARIETY. THO TC»Uinoni OT, thm who har« BNK iuppHed* frith frnlt arid otH«*f Tree* from Rural Hill Nursery IS 1 that thqy ar»» larger, cf Superior quality and g ow BETTER tljun Ybosfe hmujrht fr<4M foreign nurseries,- of thee* truths.any number of reliable testimonials cm Iwli'i l if! this.o unty iffed vlcftrfty. Pereons deid -1 qfpur. iiing « re*iu*'"ted to CHII and examine i»r*plM*l : '' trie' »• If will amply repay, anv ln-rnon that wlsl . .rood -it. And at «u .varly «i«v from re pßvhtmg to pen I ui<* M<**, e« our tree* are extra hirfce and si» v*- X ipimber of reliable agv»b« ean And pro/It able eniylbjTiieut.by Wiling upon the suhscrilier living 2 l-2uulue gwt Of Butler, n. Silas Pearce & Sons. Butter. Woi. T OH. ~S i;w ARRIVAL —OF— SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS, Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c. \\7K HATE JVST RECEIVED THIS LARGEST/ \ V Beat 5 nnd Most Complete Stock of MMUXU A NIHIMRR DRY GOODS, EVER OFFERED TO TIIE PUBLIC ALSO, A VERY. LARGE STOCK OF Carpets, Oil-cloths, Hearth Rugs, Door Mats, <£c. IN WHirn WE ARE NOW OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS PERSONS IN' WANT OK ANYTHING IN THE A JJNE, SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL, AS W T E ARE SELLING AT Extremely Low Prices. WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Wholesale Buyers, An we have a great many Jobs from New York auctloi I aales. DUNLAP, LUKER <si Co., No- 130 Fcder*ii Street, Itli Door Below Market, March 27, no. lft-flmo CITY. MILLINERY St TRIMMING STORE. MIIS. J. ARLINGTON announces to fhe pnblic that ohe hn<4 opened a Milliner} and Tritnmii.g Store. three door-4 North of Sykei' Ort#cery, where she will pay particular utteutlon to Dreee Making and all kind* of Family towing. Stamping, Braiding, LADIES' TRIJIJIITO, New Style Hoops and Corsets, Drees Making and Family Sewing, New Style Promenade & Party Skirts, FLOWERS, HIBBOVS, LACES AND OLOTBB. Gent's Cuffs, Collars,& Neckties. NR!H. J. Al>Ll»ttTOJf, ' THREE DOORS XORTFL OF SYKES' GROCERY, vol. 4, no. 16— tf. Main Street Bntler, Pa. 1 H EITk HMU Lift ...T. B. WHITS - C. H» F&SHIBH&BLE TMLORS. rpHE uuder-igned ha'lUK asaociatod themselves in the I Tailoring business, would reapectfblly say 11 ® public in general that they have Just receftflw tneFdU and Winter Fashions, and are prepared to make op clothing iu the latest and nv*t approved stylo Plesrr , call and ''xainino our fc'aahion* and Specimens of meu and boys'" wear. Specinl attention glvon to boys clotb • i„- y EITKNMULLJSII. WHIT* A CO. I August 12, IBfi6—tf. I'IIOTOtiRAPIIH, ' AMROTYPES, DAGUERREOTYPES FERHEOTYPES, fco. SAMUEL SYKES, JR„ 1 REFLPECT FLIT,T,T inform. HLN frlendi., Mid FLI» poMlo In arrieral, that TIITLA prepared to take PHOTOGRA F HS, A NTRtfoTYPK!". *c., In the latwrt atylei and in all kind! of WEATHER. An AAAURUUTAT-OT Frauwa. Caaea, 4c. F con •tantly on hand. Call and examlue 3peclin.mii. **-<; LYLLKRY on Main Btreet,'oppo«lte WEBER K. < TROLT.M VS',l Dlore. Duller, Pa. fno. 5, flmo. ' Drs C. L. Dieffenbacher & H. Wise . a itK prepared t»tas«r artificial d entui lee t £ on thelatost im^fota Sy(&vli|f / " ment from one to an e»- tlreeet on Vulcanite, Coral thomselveeof the lateet tA Ti 4 1 MTll> r *3&f improvementeln dentle , A tr^ f aiiuuld not flail to '• 'heir new aty|e« ofVulcaniteand Corallte ±M.- work, billing, cleaniag. 1 extracting and adjoatlng the teeth done witti the beet materials and in the beat manner. Particular attentlo® 112 pain to chlldren'a teeth. Aa mechanica, they dafy 'com. - petition: «* operators they rank among the beat. <>bar- Ailvicefree of charge. Oflc»—la "Boydf i inilding-leftereon Street, Butler Pe. Une y, U&ir.M.