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But foe truth there had beeu DO such T at fUlakhond Troth is genuine coin ; falsehood the counterfeit. Jj-uth is reality, falsehood deception. Truth has character, falsehood is without char acter in politics, morality and religion.-»• Henc< falsehood assumes the gdrb ot truth, parades itself before the mind as fruth, and seeks the confidence of the intellect and affcctiobs ot the human face as truth, while at ti e same time, it would stignißtire truth itself with all the characteristics of a lie. There are truths of different degrees of importance Some truths are the embodiment ot great fundamental principles which lie at the very fousdation of justice and order.— Upon these are reared the great fabrics of government and religion which are | 'designed to ameliorate the deplorable 'condition of humanity. To deny one of "these truths aud substitute therefor a lie, M a sin against the best interests of man, bnd an insult to the God of truth who seeks to place man in the best possible condition in this world of m ; sery, crime and despair. As a nation we have dis carded all theories of government which Tecogoize, in any form, the right of Mon arcbs, King* and aristocracies to bind •burdens on the many which the few will not touch with one of their fingers. Re publicanism, as understood and chosen by the founders of our government, is a political Rtruoiure reared upon a great truth. That truth asserts the equality >ot man in his rights to the enjoyment of • lift, liberty and the pursuit of happi ness." To deny this truth is to strike at the foundation of our Republican foiui of government. To substitute for this truth either prof«es<-dly or practically the fallacious doctrine that caste is to modify and regulate *lre rights, pri»ile ges and immunities of Uie governe ', is a •bold attempt to carry us back to the ex ploded doctrine of the "diviue right of Kings;" and to dilute the grea* truth of the equslity of rights with that other falacy, that one portion or olattH of the native boin cilixeusof the United States are unfit to partiefpute in the enjoyment of these equal rights, is to give us in reality an aristocracy.instead ot a lieuioc* racy. The tune lias come, indeed. wh»n «e must discuss the ttuti: ol the doctriuo of '-equal rights " The great «®emy, now, has at-i-tnifd the tmuie of deuiocru« cy, and stands ready to dispute beloic the people the truth « 112 a great funda mental principle. We need not be sur prised that falsehood comes in the nau.e j of democracy. It has ever been the pol- j icy ot' the father of lies to assume t' o ■ appearance of an 'angel of light but j it is nevertheless true that in that name, j and disguised in that appearance, tio was I still the prince of darkness. We tiny ! accept the sppaiition for t*ic reality, we j may accent the falsehood for truth, usy. i wo Wiay even ss n parly, us HtpUbiiciius gtapger under thu blovs of the ad- j ■versaiv, but truth with noble meio and heaven diiei'teJ eye will lise agjin and soar far above the it may be, blood-stain ed scene of conflict, .*ud will see the falsehood stand forth in all 'ts daik de formity, a monument of the folly of its wicked or deceived devotees. Look I a."k but a score ol years, and we see the De mocracy hugging to its bos tu the insti tution of human Slavery, with iheui Sla very was a "diviue institution." "Hut from the Quakers of America,"says the «>eiijient lfev. R. J Breckinridge, of Kentucky, first poured forth u flood of light ho J eep aud clear that the public ! mind was aroused, the subject discussed, aid the doom «of Slavery sealed With in twenty five years, it was urged again, and again by philanthropists, that unless the slaveholder repented, and let his op pressed bondmen go free, Hcaveu would wipe out the a«cursed institution with blood. Ti e warning was treated, first with contempt, then with threat ot ven geance, but hutory has now recorded, to our fearful cost, that the admonitions camo from the true spirit of philanthro py. As Republicans, let not the past election, nor future che< ks, drive us from the true platform of Republicanism.— President Johnson, in the nnme of the srorkinpmcn of America, —lacked by a great party in the name of Democracy,is now seeking to rcinstato in the South in ali their power, that same aristocracy which eo lately gavo lie to all their pro* fessed, and sworn support of our Gov ernment. Wc fear not the »iscussion of the great principles involved in out na> tion's life, but we do fear that apathy snd calousness, which would risk the Gevernment on a false foundation.— franklin Repository Moral Questl«n»in Politics. Moral questions in political discussion, and political questions in those of a re ligious character are often met with pro tests, as impertinent and offensive There is a very sirong prejudice against what is called mixing politics and relig ion, which is not creditable to either of them, the one being regarded as a mere partyism and the other us a mere seetari- j anism narrow and low conceptions for subjects that in their nature aod by their importance demand the exercise ot the juind and the judfemeut of the conscience. tiiis view, they cannot be separated, - s>y wall, in any mind Not a few snhjac'B .of interest and thought ,that come t< clinically under the head of politics, unavoidably end with mu al reliuious considerations, while there are also those which fail under the co« trol of conscience, as morul or .religious interests, that cannot or should uot be separated frooi political relations. The morals of a community, for example, are deemed, in all civilised communities, a proper subject for public 1 ginstion Bui .this is the sphere of politics. Mnst pub lic morals, there fare, be excluded from religious dmcuseion? Again, religious jjeopie under the impulse of avowed con victions of conscience, maintain aud at tend meetings for worship. This is re ligious action. But is legislation, eecur ing the facilities and opportunities for doing this without molestation or aunoy i •nee, to be discarded or coulemned I The whole catalogue of wrongs and crime* has an aspect to be scanned from the moral or religious, as well iu from the political siand-poiut. And the imi pertinence that would debar them fioni [ the cguflideratioji of cither is absurd and j P QUS CRASH IN P&GQ&& - DOWN THEY CO ftEt A LAEG3E STOCK OS* BOOTS AND BHOEB AT B. C. IIUSEL,TON'S, SSJoa a h a a a MTSPHuIIISisi IPiiog Qf ACE th® Latest StyJes, Ju«t Qpentog. GOITSISTIWQ I3ST PART O JP Men's A Misses' Glove Kid Balmorels, Children's Morocco, laced, Balmorals, '< " " '• Button Boots, " Glove Kid tip " " " P. O. Morocco Balmorals, " Goat tip " •' Goat aod Calf " " Patent Ankle Ties, " " Fancy Toilet Slippers. " Bronx, extra high cut, very beautiful. Men i«n<l S*uy*a «-■» w, «_•«»■«»•••■ A! w* CALF, KIP AND UPPER BOOTS. A LARGE STOCK OF MEN'S BROGANS. Also, A Large Stock of Men, Women & Children's Slippers & Overs. & OTBX ©J' IZMMM AUD m)D3BBS» JUST RECEIVED , ooisrsisTinsro- ITT PART OF French and Common Onlf, Mornccos, Kids, Linings of all kinds, French Kip, and up per, Lastr, Nails, l'eg«, Thread, Wax, Uoot-trees; every thing a Shoemaker uses he cmi find at B. C. HIJttELI ON*B. sjas- §ojis OS' B. A. CALIFORNIA QRONOCO AND SLAUGHTER. Prices on Sole LeathAr, 28, 31, 34, 35, and 38, according to quality Call and Examine my Stock. *^s^ USTO TROUBLE TO ©HOW 0-003DS ». Bi C. HUSELTON. preposterous. Score« of subjects involv ing social and pergonal as well as public interests, iiijilit be uieat'oue'i which can be fully unilersioud anil wisely disposed of only by due u<4e ol the moral and po ■ ideal ciiosideratiuni connected wtb I hem Such nie. therefore. 6t themes tor moral an I for political refl ctioi and I speech. We simply name, as examples, j ilie ques iou of wn and peace, gattililiti!;. anarchy und orderiy government, dnbrie ! and intetnp' r n.ce, &c Whether these j are always wisely handled either together I or apart, lu the pulpit or on the nntruni or the stuuip is « question that needs not | our decisions, lint the abuse of a tiling I does tint minul its list. nor does it forfeit | the ri;*ht to .ts use. The censorshipo! an | absurd prejudice should nit he preniited j to encroach on liberty of speech, but that I liberty should be subject to the control of j sound judgment an I ~onimoti sense. It is not demanded Under this control that a man treating of moral or religious sub> ject, oo ineeiiun with some political as pect of thoui should start back dismayed and pas it in silent horror Ni ris it uec I essarv that treating of political rjnestions, ' he should bolt Inui his line ot BIIJ fO acfoss lots, thr«u;:h thickets and »wempa avoid fair recognition <d mor. al suggestions ,'bat urge themselves upon hilU .—Pittsburgh C r "»nvrci.il THK VIRGINIA EI.RCTION — Returns i received here from noariy every portion of Virginia leave n > doubt but what A majority of the registered voters have voted on the question of calling a State Convention, aud that a majority of that number have decided in favor of the Convention in the mode prescribed by the reconstruction act. John Minor Bolts, who was ruuning for delegate ou the conservative ticket, is certainly de feated. —When a sportsman fires into* cov« ey of partridges he make them all quail. PITTNKFKTAI MARKETS. GRAIN Winter Rod, $2 00 ; No. 1 Spring IIQUUTEDIL $4 10 AND NO. '2 AT s.l OOFAMOO; () T*,OSFO.(LRT; RYE,SISO Cvrn, 1.00($|,O5; Barley. No. 1 Spring SI 10. FLOL'R—SPRLRG WHEAT,SI9 60; WINTER WHEAT, sl3; RYE FLOUR $9 00 BBL; BUCKWHEAT, $5 00 PER CWT. PROV IHLONS— BACON, SHOULDERS, 14C; SUGAR CURED HAMS, 2-LC; LARD, 14C. BLJTTKR—FRESH ROLL, 35C, EOUS—"2SC PER D<>R.EN HAY—BALED. 922 PER Ton. SEEDS—FLAXSEED $3 00; TLMOTHY.3 00: CLOVER.I2OO. DRIED FRUIT—PEACHES, QUARTERS, 17, HALVES 19 ETA. PERLH; APPLE*;B (<$9C. POTATOES—PEACH BLOWS, $1 26 CENTS PER BUABEL. A PPL EP—s3 (KVA<4 50. J DEANS -48 "4 POR BUSHEL 01L—CRU.*E, 13<D/14; REFINED. 34 CENTS PER GALLON LARD OIL. 00 TO 95 FAR NO. 2. AND $1 10 FOR NO. 1 HUTI 1: it MAIt iv I'. I's. BUTTER—FREEH RO|, 37'3 CENTS PER POUND BEANS—WHITE, $2,00 PER BUALIEL. BARLEY—SPRING, 90 BEESWAX—."I 6 RFNTA PER POUND. EHIJS—2O *ENTS PER DOXVN FIAKJR- BEAT, $6.00 TO 7,00 PER BUND.; RYE 3,60, BUCKWHEAT, 94,50 P«R HANK. FRUIT—DR. JD APPLET, OETA. PER LB; DRIED PEACHES, 15 cenf« y 1»i. * FEATHERS—'76 CENTS PE." POUND. OKA IN—W IW>M #2.00 per Husti I Rye, 1,15: Oata. 60C Ci.ru 61-00; Bm k«liM»t, fl,oo OROCERIES—COFFEE, RIO, 25 P«R FOUND; JAVA, 40 BROWN SUGAR, POUND. DO.\VHITE, 90« N.O. MOLAA LAUD —15 I'CNTA PER |TOUU4. NATI.S—£7,7S PER LEG. PV>TATOIV*—*JC JXJT BUSHEL PV UTK—SHOULDER*, 10. ELLTCFC, U; ILAMS, I4A PE POUND- H AOS—3 EMU PER PAUND. RICE—IS CF«U WT POUND. TTALT—S-1,00 |>«l BARREL. TALLOW—I2CENT* PAR POUA4. Wo.>L—4o RENT* PRR POUND FOR CAMIA<MI. Special ■ A. Y. U.—HNTLER LODIRE. NO. 272, A. 1 ' / HOLD* ITS ST*TED NT< ETMG* IN THE <MD FELTO YNLWCCZ LLALL. ON MAM STREET. HUT LEY, FA..I« TH«>TIR -/WK WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH 81. THR.-U FR M AIATER LODGE* ARE RESPECTFULLY IOVIUD TO AT TEND BY ORJAR TKT W CO.NN.JQL/KNLAMNO L'JDDIC Y-Y ZJ-M STATED MESTIUKE AT THE IJAJL. WN MAIN ST.. BUTLER, P»NNEY IRANI* DJENCING AT F. O'CLOCK. BRETHREN FROM SISTER LODGES.ARE REEPECTFULLY INVIU-.I TO UTIEND. BY ORDER AF TL*E N. 0 TO CONSUMPTIVES.—THE ADV<*TIAER, HAVIAG MEN IEATOROD TO HEALTH IN A FEW IREEKS- L'>' A VARY •TlN p>«> REMEDY, AFU>R TIIX»—I* AAXIIKI* U> KNOWU TO Hl* IMLINA -AUIFE/ER* THE UIEUUS OF CARE. , TO AII WHO DE*;R« FT, BE WILL AEJD A COPY OF THE PRE ACRIPTIOU OF CHARGE) AITH THE DIRECTIONS FOR PRUJTII IUJ; »ND UAMG TLIE SAUIA, TRHKTO THEY ADNIYUU VTLGLTTL 112»» CUNSI UNION. A*TMMA, LBOVCIIITIV, AC. THE ONLY OBJECT »F TB« IN AEIIDIUG THE PRO- I •CRLPMOU. IATOBEOELT THE AFLLICLE I, AND T|)CI4«4 IUFORUJM. TIUN WHICH BE CONCEIVE* TO BE INV--TLU*BTE; AND BE HOPES EVERY AUFFE >ER WILL TRY BIS REU»EDY, aa IT WILL COAT THEM NOTHING, AUI UI-IY PROVE A BLUAA.T.^ P«u-tiea w.suiog the preruiptlon. will pleaae a<ldrea* RKV. EDWARD A. WILSON, iviogacoputy, New York. NOT. T, 18W, ly. 17•• the Real.—Bl-ADIS' FLCMOVUT. LUBRICA TORS ure a mediclmtl prepaiatlon in the form of a Loionge. and are universrillv ron-idercd the most pleat- I *nt, effectual amiconrtm'tnt > t med* in nae. f»r Hcxtrt»• net. Cwjht. Calar-rh, Atthma, i?roncst7is, Dip theriu <in-l all /'ulmonary l\tmpl»»ntt They are wnr ' rantw| to give quid-er and more lasting benaflt in the sbovf nffecMons than any other remedy ; alio to contain no deleteHou* mure limit. in id not to the w«akeat I and m.mt wttfiitivf utoinach, 41# K<>r wile by 8\ MUEL OR Ml AM and REDICK t CO., Druggists, Butler. Pa., at '45 eta per Rox. KLADEK' CONSTITUTION PILLS * Are so called because of their peculiar dirtr.t and effi cient effect upon the Liver, Btoni»ch, BLtod aud Ner r.-n* Sy»tt"n. F«»r inactivity of the Liver f.»r the Stom ! ach Ir. derangement, or they will delight the patient with their mild and benefit iul etlect. espec lally if. from long continued indigestion and costive i nee*, they are left with periodical returns of the Sick Headache. 1 n case <f a severe C«>l4, vrotlncintj rhillt and h\vr. you can break it very soon by using the Pills ■ a« per direction with each l»'»x. *r* Also 112. rad- y S A MIIKL ORAII AH and RKD -1 fCK A CO., Uutler, Pa., at cts per Bo*. JOHN II BLADES k CO., tn lith 1l«;-fn«M ri«piirto s Hnnn^.T. 1 IFf< K KK t MANDRAKE PILLS A BUBSTI 1 TUTE FOR CALOMEL.—Th«e PilU »112« compustil of various roots, having the power to rela* the secie tiona of »be liver as promptly and eff«?ct»ially as blue pill or mercury, an 1 without produ-fcig iny of those disagreeable or daugerous * fleets which ofion follow the use of the latter. 1 lu all bilious disorders these Pills may be used with Confidence, as they proinot the discharge ot vitiated bile, and remove those obstructions from the liver anl hittary ducts, which are the causeof bilious affections iu general. - SCHKVCICS MANDRAKE FILLS cure Sic* Head, ache, aud all disorders of the biver, indicated by sallow I akin, coated tongue, coativeness, drowsiness, and a general fueling of weariness and lassitude, showing that i the liver Is in a torpid or obstructed condition. ' In abort, these Pills may be used with advantage In ' all cases when a purgative or alterative medicine is ro I ulred. Ploase ask for " Dr. fchenck's Mandrake Pills," and observe that the two likenesses of the Doctor are on the povernm.'V'O stamp—one when in the la*t stage of Con •nmptli.p. «n>l »h" in lll »prownt bonltta. Relit by *ll Drn*gt»«" I' ,J PHc«.M»nt« p.r b..> Principal OOoe, No. IS Voth PblU delphla. Pa. . tieneral Wholesale Agents: Demaa Barnes A Co,, ** Park llow. New York: 8. S. Hanc«, JOS Baltimore St. Baltimore, Md.; l Park, N. K- cor. of Eonrtli r.nd Walnut St., Walker A Taylor.l34 and 136 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111.; Collins Brother* S. W. corner of Second aud Vine Sta., St. Louis, Mo. [4th A 6th w, ea mo ly.] The American Citizen. IS published every Wednesday in tlia borough of Butler by C. K in Kearn*'Building, Main Street, opposite the .lack House. T*am«: —$4 00 a year, if paid In advance, or within the first Arnt six months . or 250 if not paid until after the expiration o theflratsix months. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, &o One square , one Insertion $1 00 Each subsequent iuaertion M) hi column for six months 12 60 \C column for *l* months .20 00 column for six months #6 0»' * column for one year 25 00 Y* column tor one year 40 00 for one year ..79 00 rofesslonal and Business Card*, not exceeding 8 J Hnea, one year 8 00 Executor*.Admlnlatrati.rsand Auditor'snoticea, each.3 00 J Applications for Licenses, each 6o ' Cautions, Estrays, Notices of Dissolution, 4c., not exceeding 1 square, 3 insertions, each 2 00 10 lines of Nonpareil, or its equivslent, will uakc a square JOB WOEE. ,m aheet hand-bill, 60 copies or leM $1 6 112! i w 12 «• •« » 4 00 r«u • oo ■IAKKI. For any quantity under 5 quires. $1 60 per quire; on all amounts over that, a reasonable reduction will be made • VSIMESS CARDS. Single packs, $1 60; each additional pack, 60 eta. LOCAL KOTICta. lOceutsper line for each inaurtion. DEATHS AUD MARRIAOIS, will bs published gratis, where the same does not exceed 6 liues; for each additional line, 6 eta. will be charged. Advertisements of O. C. Sale, Executors, Admiuistra . tor*, at.J Auditor's notices; Estiays, Dissolution of Part nership. Cautions, and all transient advertisamenta MOST POSITIVELY ERR AID I* ADTAKCI. 0 C. ANDERSON. Editor and Proprietor. Dec. 15 2Wir 3Mvcctiscmcnte Purtltion Xotlce. IN the matter of the Partition of the Real Eatate of Win Borlsud, dee'd ; aud now to wit : t onrt award ,'Aiit of Partition By the Cuart. T o Jane Borland, James Borland. Lydia Uartlay. (formerly B»rland.i A»»n«r Bartlev, Jno. Borland, Mar garet Rupel. (formerly Borland* Eli Rupel. Mm. Bor land, Rebecca Olenn.(formerly Borland;. Wm.C. Glenn, Mary .'ane Armatr- nsf. ( ormerlv Borland), Lydia A. Borlaml, I>a* id Bor! nd, Nancy liraba.n. (formerly Boiland.) Thomas Orab-tm. and Martha Holland. T»k* notice thai an inquest will be held at the late dwelling house of Win* Borland, dee d, lu the township of Rntler. iu the county of hntler. ou M.-uday the 11th day 4if November next, at 9 «Vcl «k, A M , of that day, 1- r the pui pose of maki igpaititiou of the feal Estate of the Hkitl decesseil. to, and among his childien »nd repremnta*ive*. it"the **» no cati be done with >ut preju <kt> to, or ipviling the whole ; otbeiwise to va<ue and afipraue the same a ccording to law ; at which time and place voo arr required to attend if »ou think prop«!r. oct23, «7.) JAS B STOKEY, Ah'ff. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. I WILL offer at nubile sale, at the premises on SAT URDAY. November »tb, l*«?, at 12 o'clock, kl , Ttrenty-six Acret of Land, more or lees situate to Mercer township. Butler coun ty. adjobaiisada «112 M'Elrar's heirs I'IB. P. liraham, Joha iieatty end tlhers : There are ab<iut TWENTY ACRES IXEARED AND fENCED. a Frame Dwelling i lIoun«. a Log altaltle and an Otchard of >oung trees. The lend is of good quality , weL watered aud cou veeiently aiUuted. • TERMS/ —<»n*-tiitrd of the purchase money In hand, the remainder in two equal annual payments thereafter i with ititereet f«em tke tin* of sale Purchaser to pay fry atajnpsand Deed. A LKX BROWN, Adm'r . (kf2B, BJ-i*.) cfJ R. ®row»,dee'd, » Hew Goods At Greatly Reduced Prices! JUST OPENING One Case Prints at from - 9to 16 eta. jj 6-4 Water-proof Cloaking, $1 40 Brown and Bleached Muslins at 9 cts. & upwards.! Balmoral Skirts, - - -$125 & upwards. Jeans, - - - - 18 " " " | Balnkets, - - -$475 " " New Style De Laines, - -25 " Coverlets, $2 00 to $4 T6. Plain Alpacas, all colon, - 50 " o : A ISO A PUL LINE OF IRENGH MERINOES, I C L O THS, fOLO VES, CO BUR GS, \OASSIMERES, |H O SIER Y, NOTIONS, dc. Also 200 Army Blouses, lined, at $2 TOGETHER WITH A FIXE ASSORTMENT OT Clothing, Boots and Shoe#, Kardwar®, QroeaHes, & c., to which the attention of purchasers is requested at CHARLES DUFFY'S, Corner of Main Street and Church Alley, September 18, '67-2™.] BUT LER, PA • ltegiKlcrA Notice. NOTICK In lirraby th»t tba following fiftta! j nn I Pinal AccouuHof Adiuiiiist ator's ExeCtltort | •nd Onurd inns, have teen filed in the Iteglsters office of j Uutler county Thirty days before the 3vth of November 18*7 on which day they wi'l be presenJUd to the Or pnans Court of said county for confirmation end allow , 1. Final account ef Jesse J (Heidi Executor of Tbom- | an Joseph lute of Marion township. 2. Partial accouut of John K. Vlucent Administrator of Hiram Donaldson late of Marlon township. 3. Final account of Margaret Hartley Adm'r of Joseph Bartley late of penn township < 4 filial account ol Charles Gelbel and Casper Schull E x'r ..f Christian Geibel late ot Summit township. 6. Final account of Mrs Emily Wouier Adut'r of Isaac Womor late of Allegheny township. 0. Final account of Elizabeth floyd Gnsrdlau of l<onisa Jane Boyd minor daughter of Thomas J. Doyd late of Clay ip. 7. Final accotfht of Elizabeth Boyd Guardian of Rob ert C- Bojd minorfson of Thomas J Boyd late of Clay tp. 8. Final account of Albert G. Boyd Guardian of Albert N It" vd minor son of Thome* J. Boyd late of Clay tp 9. Final account of Albert O. Boyd Guardian ot James M- Bo>d minor Son of Thotwia J . Boyd late of Llay tp 10 Final account of Elizabeth Denker Adm r of \V . M. Benker lute of JefTnson tp. 11. Final accouut of Thomas McPermltt K* r of Zech ariah Folding deceased l*t« « 112 <*ltpperyrock tp. I a Final accouut of John C. Moore Adm rof William F Mo<>re Deceased late of Uoro of butler 13 Final account of J. W. Lawrence and Sylvannus Cooper Ex r of Zebulon Cooper Deceasud late of Slip pei ry rock tp. 8. NIXON, Reg r. Register's Office, Oct *1 1867—5t. TrYA I* i«IST for November Term 1867. FIHBT WEEK. Commonwealth of Pa., Hnun*h Collander, Pl'ff vs. Thomas Watson Z. Cooper rs. Wm. O. Brackenrldgas SECOND WIKK. John Fisher vs. John Berg, Wllllem Collins for use vs. John Collins, Samuel I'xrks vs. Samusl P. Thompson. .IrC-ie Rice and wife vs Conrod Kiboltt, St iff A English vs. Robert Allen, William Davidson vs. John BelfoUr, ; llenjiimiri Douthett vs. Robert Dodds, \j W Forrester et al vs Jacob Zeigler, * [ John Cannon Adm'r vs. John M'DevLt, James Oallsher Jr., vs. Jas Gallsber, Br. Adm'r, et al l.ewis Kotb. et al vs. Wm. C- M Cand'ess, William Love v*. Robert Boyd. 'I homaa Kodgers vs. Thomas Ilihdman, Frederick Bupp vs. Samuel Kelly, Pntton Kearns vs. George C. Roeaaing, P.aton Kearns vs. Gaooge C Roe-sing, David O'Connor vs. John Kerr, et %l. (iweu Barrett vs. David Dihel et bl, James Gervin f»r use vs Wm C. M'Candlsaa, John Fisher vs. Christian Knuouse, u , "el K. Moor head vs. John Carson, John W v errester vs Jacob 7/elgler et al, Andrew V; Grossman, Patton Kearns vs. Ko^lngatal. Bamuel if'C'lelland vs. V» • n«iuh*r et al Daniel M'Laughlln vs. Jamea »«lh»heret of Bntl.r in I Joseph Kluxer vs. The Ove.'wer® pfjw of Botler tp., Mary Crouse vs J G. A Wm. C*tnpbeU, John W. Itarr va. Joonna Barr. Lewis 7. Mitchell vs. William Well*. John K. Kennedy vs Samuel M'Clymondtf, William Clark vs. Thomas Watson, Elizabeth Welsh vs. Alexander Welsh. S J. Timblin Fx'r vs. lleurv D. Tiniblin Adm'r, Allen Wilson vs John Campbell. David Scott vs. 11. M. JfcLure Bx'r. J. B. CLARK. Proth'y. Prothonctary's Cffics, Oct. 18, 186?' Orphan*' Court Hale. BY virtue of an order and decree of the Orphars' Ceurt of Butler couuty, the undersigned will off er for sale, at public vendue ou the premises, on Saturday, the 16tA of November next, •I I o'clock, P. M., of wild day. ONK IIUNDRKD AND FIFTY AOHKBOF LAND,moracrleM, titnala ia But ler township.said County, bounded on the North by lands of Samuel LoTe and others, on the East by lands of James Kearns, Esq., on the South by lands of Lydia 8. McClure, and on the West by lands formerly cl ll >u C. Sullivan, dee'd, and others. A considerable portion of said land is cleared and fenced,and uuder a good sjats of cultivation; dwelling house and barn erected thereon ALSO at two o'clock; P. M., of said day, will be off ered for sale by the undersigned at public veOdte, a LOT OF GROUND, situate in the Borougb of Butler, containing twenty-four(l4) feet on J/ifflin Street and extending back sixty feet ; ou which is erected a brick dwelling house and other Improvements. TERMS OF BALK.—One third cf the purchase money to be paid on the cmifirmatiou of a*le, by the Court, and the residue in two equal aunuai payments thereafter with interest from aaid conciliation. 0ct23,'67—4t ) JAMES KKARHB, Trustee. AppralHOiuviil MM*. THE following Appraisement Lists, of property re tained by widows under the 6th Section of Act of Assembly of 14th of Ansil, 1861, have been filed in the office of Clerk of Orphflfc' court, as follows, vis: O C. No. 0 September Wl-m, 1967; Mrs. Nency 8 Brown, widow of I II Brown, late of Mer-er township dee'd; personal property amounting to $lO '26. ALEX. BROWN, Jr., Adm'r. 0.C.N0. —September terui 1807 ; Mrs Mary Mech lins. a'idow of Jobu Mechliog. Dae of Washington tp., dee'd; personal property amounting to&MXi OU. JOHN A JOSKPII L .1/n.CHLI.VG, Kl'rs. Of which the heirs, legatees, devisees, distributees, creditors, and others interested, will take noGce;and be and ap|>car before our Judges st an Orphans' Court, t« be belu at Butier. in and for the county of Butler, on Wednesday the 2Uih cf November next, to show cau»e, if any they may have, why said app-aisements should not ue coufi.med absolutely FKAAK M EASTMAN, Oct 23, '€7.') Clerk of O. C. Paints for Farmers and Ochers. Til K Grafton Mineral Paint Co , are now mannfact uring the Be»t, Cheapest and most Durable Faint in use; two c<»ats well put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil. will lunt l'orl&yeuft; it is of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color, and can be changed to green . leud. st<«ne, diab, olive or cream, to s* it the taste of the | eoMOasr. It is valuable for Houses, ftarn*. Fences. Carriages and (.'a>-•makers. Fails and Wo.>den-ware, Ag licultural lui| leinenis, Canal Boats, Vessels and Bhlps ( lto;t--iys, Canvss, Metal and Sbiugls Roofs, (it being Fire and Water proof)., Flour Oil t.iutbs, (on * Mauufact uier having used 501*0 bbls. the past yeer,) and at a paint fur any purpose ia unsurpaseed for body, durabilb ty. an l adhesiveness Price $6 per bbl. ol 3uo lbs. which will supply a farmer for yen- sto cme. Warrauted in all cases as above. Send for a circular which g<va» fuP particulars. None genuine uuless branded in a trade mark Gr*flon Mineral Faint. Address DANIEL BIDWJ£LL, 264 Peail at., M. T Sept. 4, '67—Sinus. Eitray. CAME to the residence of the subscriber, In Forward tp .ou or about tb« *>ML of S»pt. a small bTKER, supposed to be one year old ; principally white, with red or purplish shies—crop off right ear. No other marks n< ticeable. The owner is rsqueeted to come forward, prove nropert>, oay charges and take it away, else it will be disposed of securding to law. (ktm. ; 9. 8- POUTHETT j THE LADTTS FRIEND. | " WASfIhVOTO.V AT MOUNT TERN ON." TUB I.ADY'B FHIBND nnnnunra, fur ISOS, tha f„M..winn nuvalata THK IIF.IIAKHV Fulfil K. bj Amanda M. Douglas, author of"In Trust." ' Stephen Dane,'' Ac.. A DEAD Mr N'B RIM E. by Elitsbeth I'res l cott. author of 'How A Woman Had Iler Way.' l Ac; FLEEING FROM FATE, by Louise Chandler Moulton, author of "Juno Clifford."" l'hla, That and the Otii> er," Ac. It will give a SI'I EIIDID DOUBLE PAGE FINELY COLORED FASHION PLATE—engraved on Bteel— in every numbt-r. It wil' gi»e a beautifully executed FANCT ATEIfL ENUKAVING In every number. It will give a large assortment of WOODCUTS -Illus trating tbs Fashions. Fancy Work, Ac., in every number It will give a popular piece of MUSIC, worth the cost of the Magnxiue in itself—in every nnmber. It will give a copy of the new and splendid Premi um Steel Engraving—'• WASHINGTON AT MOUNT VERNON"—3O inches long by il inches wide—to every full (s'i 40) subscriber, and to every person sending a Club. It offers as Premiums a large variety of BOOKS* WHKKLKK A WILSON SEWING MACHINES, SIL VJbK FLA'I'ED 'ifcA SETS, SPOO.NS.HTCtIERS, GOLD AND SILVER WAiOIIES, CLOTHES' WRINGERS, CROQUET, APPLETON S CYCLOPEDIA S, Ac £jr-A Bpl«.ii»iu Orrca.—New aubscriboi • who sub scribe for 18(j8 by the first of November, shall teceive tbe November aud Dsceuibet numbers of tkis year in addition, making 14 months iu all! Those who sub scribs by the first of December shall receive the De. cumber number, mnkiug 18 mouths in all I 1 cep'y (and the large Premium Engraving 99.50 4 copies fl OO 5 " (and one gratit) S.OO 8 14 .(and etie aratii) 1)4(10 One copy each of LADY'S FRIEND and P05T,...4 OO The getter up of a Club will slways receive e copy of i the PKEMIL f ™ E>GRAVING Members of a Club 1 wishing the Premium Engraving must rsmlt One Vol' j lar extra. SQF*Those deslrons of getting up Clubs,or Preininm j Lists, should enclose Aft*en ctntt for sample >1 sgsxine, containing the particulars. Address DEACON A PETERSON, oct.*!, '67 4t.) 810 WALNUT Street, Philadelphia. Valuable Farm for Sale, j THE undersigned offers for ssls, 150 acree good land, situated in Summit township, But- I ler county. Pa., 3}jf miles East of Butler, on the road leading from Butler to Kittanning : about 100 acres ! cleared and in a high state of cultivation. The im provements are, two dwelling houses—one brlek, and the other frame, aud a good frame barn ; an excellent \ and never-failing spring This farm is situatedcouvsn- i lent to a good School, good tr ills, and stores. There are about 10U bearing fruit trees. For ferther particulars inquire at theCiTiiSff office, or of the subscriber, living on the premises. Oct. le, '67—tf.) BIMON P. YOUNO. Executor's Notice. WHEREAS, Letters, Testamentar to the estate of Th->naas Kelly, late of Waehington tp „ But ef dee'd, have this dav \oct. 16, 1867), been granted to un«!*r»lgi.ed by the Register of asid county ; ,*ll pel sons iu.J«W»d to said estate, are here by required to make Immedi.'t payment, and all per sons having claims or demands *«rninst the same will present them duly authenticated for ssttlemsnt to the subscribers. RICHARD KELLY. THOMAS D. KELLY, Oct. 16, "67 —4t • Executers. ORPHANS' COURT SALE. Br virtue of an order and dscrse of the Orphans' Court in and for tha County of Butler, the undersigned will offer for sale ou the premises, situats in Lancaster township, Butlsr county. Pa , On Saturday, the 16fA of November next, at 1 o'clock, P M., of said day, ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES OF LAND, more or less, honnd ed on the North by lands of James Morrison, Esq.. on the E«st by lands of Peter Miller, on the South by lands of Robert Kirker and on the West by lauds of Adam Lough. About One Hundred acres cleared and under a good state of cultivation ; tha balance ws II timbered igood dwelling bouse and barn and out-bnild in*ca erected thereon. Also an Orchard of Apple and Peach treea, bearing choice fruit The Farm is well watered aud altogether one of the most deeirabls iu the connty TERMS OF SALE —One-third of the pnrchaae mon ay to be paid in hand , and the tesldus in two equal an nual payments thereafter with interest from aate o I sale. Title goud. AARON KELLY, Execntor of Aaron Kelly, dee'd. OcUber 14th. 1867—44 . ORPHANS' COURTSA 17 BY virtue of an order and decree of the Orphans' Court of Butler county, the undersigned will ex pose to sals, by public out-cry, ou tha premises on Saturday, November 9th, 1867, the fallowing deaciibed real aetata lata of John Coch fan, dee'd, to wit: One lot of ground in the Borough of Butler, Butlrr county, Pa , No. 131, in the general plan of said bor ough ; bounded North by an Alley. fc.a*t by M'Keau street. South by lot No. I.'IO owned by Jobu B. M - Laughiin, Warn by an slley There Is erecte Jon qpi* lot o-ie Brick two-etory dwelling house, with coal and wash house attached Also, ous largs. Frame btable There is also a good well of water on said int. TEitMS —One-third iu band aud the remainder in two equal yearly payineuts, with interest ofroia uc flrmation of sale CHARLES CoCIIRAN, Oct 16th, lft#7—lt.] Adm'r ofJno Ccluan dee'd* Auditor's Notice. James Wilson vs Joseph Griffin, Mary Oriffln, Elis abeth Grifltn aod Rachel Griffin. ED No 4-\ Sept. Term IBC7. Aod now to wit . Oct. 2d, lhfc" ; Petition of Jime* R. Storey, Esq. Mienff of Botler county, praying fur tbs appointment of an Auditor t« distribute the proceeds of the Sheriff's sale of tile real estate of Joeeph Griffin et. al.. ainoug those entitled to the ssme And now October 2d, »867 : Court appoint John M. Greer, Esq.. an AuditdP to distribute By the Court. Bmiler County, it :—Certified from the Record this 10th day of October, ▲ D . 1567. J. B. CLARK, Proth'y. In pursuance of the above appointmeut I will attend to the duties of the same, at my office in Butler, on Saturday. November 2nd, 1807, at 1 o'clock. P. M., when and where all partiee interested can attend if they *ee proper (Octlfi.'67 —4t*) J. M GREEK. And'r. sTRiI'ED, the farm of the subeniber, in Centre t.»wn- X "hip, ButL-r c«»unty v ou the 16th of October. 1*177, Iwo Large LaiosMter Rams. Any psr»>n giving infor mat. on that will lead to tha tecove y of the same, will confer * favor ui>on, and be rewarded fer thesame by Oertl, •m-tTO JOBS liIUID HXKrca-'S VEGETABLE AMBROSIA IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE! nray-hcadoil Peoplo have thslr lock# restored by it to tlio dark, luttrvui, tilkm Irnni of youth, and are happy! Young People, with light, faded or red Ilolr, liar* these Unfashionable colors changed to a beautiful auburn, and rejoice 1 People whose heads are covered with Dandruff and llumori, use it, and huve clean coats and clear and healthy scalps I Ilald-llea<led Veternns hare their remaining locks tightened, and tha bare spots covered with a luxuriant growth of Hair, and dance for joy! Young Gentlemen use it beoauae It la richly perfumed! Young Ladies uta it becauaa It keeps their Hair in place! Everybody muil and vill use ft, becanse It is th* cUatMt and bet article in th* market I For Sale by Drnggiita generally. WHOLESALE. AGENTS: Nailer* A Van Uortlor, Pittsburgh, Pa. Dr. Bnmnel Graham, ma; », no. 34-«ow-ljr. BUTLER, FA. H 13 V£3 nv r a *. EST. Anderson, Fenzold & Carson 48 St. Clair Street, PITTSBURGH, a 1 II K F th* liberty of informing their customers, and the public generally that they are uow opening up jV*J AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF Goodt T Ntw\ Goods n,w OOL EIV S a " x " Ntw Goodt Ntw which hare been carefully selected from the Goodt Niut LARGEST AND BEST HOUSES IN Oocdi litglind & FrattGe. c ~" A'<ti Goodt Oar stock con«iit* in part of all the flua*t > Ntw i and moet desirable styles of Goodt Ntw KKOUgII. FRENCH, fCOTCII, AND Goodt AUSIKJAN SUITING. New Goodt J9L Mm m Ntw J Goodt \ Pint CHINCHILLAS, G»<" Ntw MOSCOW, Goodl N.U, ESQUIMAUX. ... , SIBERIAN, "**" *"•) AND LION SKIN Goadt Ntw\ Goodt „ IB 3±! .A. "V IB RS , A'«w """ » Onodl of all colors. Ntw t Goodt „ BLACK. I J \ New BLUE, .Goods V BROWN. I New MND DALIA \Goodt .. CLOTHS, i , I Goodt N„ | ooodj heavy and light weight, suitable for foiij ■ Y ' lr ;suita. \ Goodt - Vnt SILK BLUSH CAMIMBRE AND VEL- Good ' VKT VESTING?. I , A <lO ! Goodt „ Cur entire new stock being honght for cash' few and afuil deter miration to do the I Goodt '""'Largest Trade in the City, i <?oorf * Aewj , Go^dt Enable ns to offer great inducement* to all New thoaa w h 0 may feel inclmert to ba Guodt fash ion* Lie. We flatter XtW OUlStives by wij- Goodt Ing. We New turn oat n othiug bt t first clata fits j Goodt a nJ al»ajs the New : Goodt xe» Very Latest Tipo£ Fashion; jV™ »llw« tnk of TOO DOW i.to call and we or yoaraelvea, aud you will be :yn- Sew Vlncad tl»a» tha CH«APtaxan<? Goods risa-tT STOCK or New MOM, i q Mm i. *ra to ha (baud at tlia Elegant Store Room of j * 21 A. P. & CAESOIT, New * | Goodt JVstrj MERCHANT TAILOB,w, *««[ «» Br. Cui» maatpasarao ! Otod »» tt,l(*t. ITS EFFECT IB nißAccLoirs. Tht old, Ui» ro«i!g, the middle ag*d unit* to pnki HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENFWER. Ft If an entirely new scientific <lhcovery t ott 4Mnln£ tnany of iiie raost powerful SIMI restorative agent* in tho vegetable kingdom. We lmve such confidence In it* merits, end HP so sure it will do ell we claim for it, that we offer SI,OOO Reward If the SICILIAN HAIR Rksiwbr docs not give «jrt» is fact ion in all cases when used iu strict ficcon* anoo with our instructions. M ALL'S Tegetublc Sicilian Ilair lis newer hu prored itself to l># the mint perfect preparation for tne Hair ever offered to tho public. It is a vegetable compound, and eontalhs no injurious properties whatever. It is not a Dve, it strikes at the Hoots and fflfc the glands with now lifo and coloring matter. IT rriLL restore GRAY IT AIR m ITS ORIGINAL COLOR. It will fcerp the flair from falling owl It elettneee the Sculp, and maket th+ Ho#" SOFT, LUSTROUS, AND SILK Elf IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I i No person, old or yoting should fhil to use ft. It ts recommended and u»td by the FIHST MED ICAL AUTHORITY. ..wr Auk for HaU/S VIOETAKLB Sk*LlA* IIAIU HENEWRK, and tako no other. The Proprietors offer tho SICILIAN ItArn lt»- yewER to tno public, entirely confident that it will . bring back the hair to Its original color, promote lis growth, and in nearly all cases where it lies fir"ert off will restore it unless the person is very aged. It. P. IIAIX A CO# Proprietors, A'osAw*, N. JA ' Sold by all Druggists, citoim AX A WALTi:n, B I L L E R S , HA VINO givon their Mill s thorough repairing, and plnred it in excellent order, they are now ready to do all kind A of custom work.md st the shortoat notice. Wheat and Rye Flour alwaya on hand Rye and .Mixed Chops and Drons • different kinds, cons tnntly on hasd. NLm- bn B: r wui mw ■■ The highest p rice Will be paid in cash for wheat, da ♦ areJ at their Mill. (Butler, Ang. 7~3m0 WILL p. OSAHAM OWM ITIM UKAHiM A ItIHW, Fashionable Hatters, Jt». »» At C1AI» Street 1 B(*twe.n Liberty *;ul Penn Street#, oppnalta ?t. ffl.l Hotel) pixraaißuu, PA Hals. Caps & Straw Ouods of terry style and quality, At the very Lowrat Prices. May 22, |S67, lyr. w toiiiStSii FO It SAL E . *"A LL that tract of land, containing 45 acres, sit f\ nutel about l]j mile fcouth of the Borough of lint ler. is f.r *:•!«- The V, jo ..f Coal is about 4 fe*t. and of eicollent quality. Hank open and in good order, with entry opened that may he eufttc ient for 3 J ears of or dinary work. Two Frame dwelling hor*»« and douhlo barn thereon, and about 30 scica cleared, ami fenced PcMte»*e».iou to be delivered when sold. The mule and three car- now in use at the bsnk will also be Kor price and terms, apply to John N. Pnrvlanee, cor nor of Diamond and Iligh street, Hutlcr. Pa. lintler, Oct. tt, '67 ) JOHN PRICN. NEW QOQB>S, RECEIVED AND OPENING A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK Of Fill AND WIRIER GOODS purchased since the decline, and will bo sold low for ready pay by Jno. Scott. Oct. 16, ?mo R. & W. JENKINSON Manufacturer* and Wholesale D lers la Tobacro, Scgarn, NuafT, X'ipcs, ct«. No. 6 FEDERAL STREET, ALLKOIIKMT CITT fA Brd door from Suspension B ge. Sign or the n'ltw vol 4, BO IS lyr. .BITSKMr LSS T. B WII ITS C. MOQBT lUfIIQR&BLE TAILORS. rrilEnnderaigned ha*aa-oclated themselves in tha 1 Tailoring busir.«s*, would raapactfblly s»y to tha public In g**n<»i-al thSl they have jci«t received tha Vall and Winter Kidiiou*. aid are prepared tn make op clothing in the latest and most approved style Plearr call ao i exonnue our Fashions and Specimens of m«u and boys' wear. Special attention given to boys' cloth ing. EITENML'LLfcR. WlilTK A CO. August 12, ISM—tf. ORPHANS' COURT SALE. BY vlrtae of nn order and decreo of the Orphans' Court of Burler county, the uoder*lgn*d wi.l ex | poae tj sale, by public out-cry, on the premises, ou Saturday, November 9th, 1867, | the following desc;ibed real estate, late of Pair; :k Fleming, dee'd : All tbn certain piece c 112 lan l situate in C)ear£*l<i township In tha county and State, it foresaid ; bout.«i' 4 | North by K'.sani:H Kleming. East by Owen M'Bride. Booih by Peter GralT, "and Wast by M'Cue A Boyie, couiainiog Thirty-One ucrej aud luety-Oat Pearo i>es strict m*asut e. I TliK MS Onf-tnfcl in hand and the ratnainp».r in «'•» equnl yearly p«yikMi.t4 with intereat from conflnn. on of -ale. STEPHEN M'Ct S, Adm'r j Oct. 10, 67—41] of Patrick ri«-mir S , dae'd. Cholera, Diarrhcßa, and Ovscntery * ! A ctasrs w A by DR. TOBlAS'climaATtn ; K.MtTIAN LIMUKNI', if u«ed WIH-D flr-t taken by ! i»e.sons cf temperate habits. This medicine UMA «, :n known in rh« United c»ute*ufai Tb«>tiaan i% : bar« uaed it, and found tt never 112 ulod to cure any <*„ru plaint for -*hich it was recommended, and all thoee wM ilrst tried it, ara now uertr witbonttt. In the Cholera; of IH4*. Dr. Tobias attended 40 cwe# mo<l + hwing calltd in too late to do any good. DIRECTION*.—'Take a taaspoonM in a wina-g'.vs 112 era ery half hoar fin tw oh » ours, *n<i rub the ab l men and extremities wall with the Linitneut. To all* the thirst take a lamp of ice in the mouth, about tn size of a imtrble every ten minute* It is warranted per , fectly innocent to takw inter nidi v. gold bjell dnuj, gista, price 40 and M centa Depot, W Ceartdu cuf l»sw Ift k