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A Nations wealth Depend# on its Farmers and Mechanics. What is wealth ? It is those thing* whioh »re convenicntand neccessary to use, and which administer to our wants and comforts. Money cannot there fore be considered a» wealth, becuuse if the articles or thisg above alluded to are not to be Ixad, or aro not in existence,arnaii wouldbe poor indeed thoagh he Wero loaded with gold or silver. If ho were hungry an i there was no bread to be had : If ho were ehivering with cold and there were no garments for Bale, his gold would avail him but littde. It is true man kind by a comfhon conSe"ht have agreed that gold and silver should be tho sign or svidefloe of wealth, or in other words the measure* of proper ty ; and ho who has a certain amounot has so much wealth, and he can ex change it for tho very things or ar ticles bo wants. Thus a man tfho ha? a hundred dollars ip his pocket has the it vrt:i*e, to entitle him to one hundred bushles of corn, or a hundred yards of cloth , or a yoke of oxen, or a horne nnd wagon, as the case may be j but if these things do not exist and ho needs them, his ticket is of no use to hiua—uot a mite more than o piece of blank paste board. The elements therefore of wealth consists in natural produc tions, brought (ogcthor, changed and modified by tho skill and labor of man, of tho farmer and mechanic.— Commerce, though necessary .. and , honorable, is nothing more than the moving and changing of mere pros ductions from land to land. It had always appeared' singular to tae that the merchants should consider them aelf# abovo the farmer, yet very many do, when in fafct thSy aro the servants of farmers, sttuiding as twid dle men ; and let farmers wilhhald their patronago ftpm them for six months and whero will they be gone ? Why "up the spout,'' If wc arc cor rect in the assumption that wealth consists in its natural productions changed an 4 wroughVup by men, it follows that the country which pos sosses the most of these elements or materials to work on, such good soil, abundant of good water-power, for ests of timber, quarries of stone, mines of different kinds of minerals, itc., must have tho most wealth. It then only rcquirs the hand of industry to put these materials into shapo to form real substantial wealth. This is the duty of the farmer and mechanic : they are the second crea tors of wealth; they tako the raw material as it comes from the hand of the Almighty, anil change it by their labors into ten thousand different forms that render it so useful toman. The more industrious and skillful the farmor and mechanic, the wealthier will that country become. We rights )y consider the exacts? Aaie we not too apt to think ourselves as mere plodders and servauts rather than the Great First Catile, in the produc tion and increase of wealth ? This 6tandard appoars to be idleness and a fine coat ; and consequently tho more idle a man can be and the finer dressed, tho more of a "gentleman" Not so. Respectability shoujd con» eist in an improved mind, and skillful and industrious hands. That is the man for me ; and he will do more for society than a thousand starched-up dandies, who are a public loss and a pnblic nuisance,and society should ac cord the meed of honor to the toiling sons of the soil and the skillful labor of the country.— G-crmantoicn Tele graph. THE CHEAPEST FOOD. —The cheapo est and most nutretioust vegetable used for food is beans. Professor Lcibigsays that pork end beans form a compound of substances particular ly adapted to furnish all that is nec essary to support life. A quart of beans cost fay fifteen cents ; half a pound of pork ten cents. This, as every housekeeper knows, will feed a small family for a day with goo J strengthening focd. Four quarts of bcaus and two pounds of corned beef boiled to rags, in fif y quarts of wa ter, will furnish a good meal to forty men at a cost of one dollar—two cents and half a meal. To CLEAN TIN COVEKS.— Get tho finest whitening ; mix a litth of it powdered with tho least drop of sweet oil, rub the covers well with it, and wipe them clean ; than dust over them some dry whitening in a muslin bag, nnd rub bright with dry leather.— This last is to prevent rust, which tho cook must guard against by wip ing them dryland putting thorn by tho fire when they coma from tho parlor; for if but once hung up damp the inside will rust. To RAISE TIIK OF VELVET.— To raise the pile of velvet, hold it over a basin of boiliug water, the wrong side of the velvet being next the wa ter. To clean a silk dress, make the following mixture: Two ounces of curd soap shreddejjjinely, two ounces of salts of turt'.r, two gallons of wa ter. Boil these ingredients together and add anotfrer twogallong of water. Wash the drese in the mixture, rinse in cold water, and iron as soon as possible. —lf you de»ire the uooiuioo p«>ple to treut you as ujreutlemuj, you should coo- Quct ytiurseii us a jjcfltUuiuu should do to these PROFESSIONAL c&^ps. li. Z. MITCHELL, J* « a* * TiWW, Office N. E. Corner of Itemond, Butiar. Pa.*%»<i J. A J. Attorneys lit aw» Office, on 8. E. of Diamond and Main st. Butler. Pa. Charles n'Ciindlem, ofßce, on Soutlfvwt corner of Diamond, Bntlari JOHN M. THOMPSON, IDWI!» LTOS THOMPSON & LYON, e «»• un M»in glrnet. Butler, P» Attorney nt Law. JnoM.Greer, Esq, Office South of Court House. (Ovr "Jfloi o/Char'tt McCandlttt Etq.) Sep 2Mb ' a ' £ THOS. IR, O"BI3STSCSIISr Attorney at Law, A.T* l> PENSION AND CLAIM AGENT Office, N. E. Cor. Diamond on Main St. BUTLER, PA. A . mc,,' ...™.' :.oio. w FLEKOtR. BLACK & FLEEOEK, , ATTOItIVEYS AT I,A-"\V, ASDjgjiMllW i«W»| ofllce on MiUn street, i>ppt»Bfto tichTiefftemafl's CltliiiuK Store, Butler, I'a. |uo 1», lv. W. »«-- ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will nttenil to nil buHjnensctit»43w to4j«ciil, ly Special Attention given to |Mr collection! of I'm-* linnn, Hack /'ay and Hon*fi't.Xi.P i Will also act aa agent foMhoM wishing to buy or ■ell real estate. Office <»n South «lde of Arf®»ffdi* buildiito, Butler Pa. ■- \ " * ' -* * J£., AltomeJ at !,« m . Office,South-westeorner of Diamond <Thut 112 irmejly occiipifd . Chaa C BuHl^an.) May Ift, 'l9-1J) I » I"IT-1-3 V/ i\ 3» "112 1 5! 11 B j'i AHA M 4 .1 t ur/» e,j at, I#*» HAVlwfr tAJfb rktinJAVt"m i rflfiroU. Ufi resumed the practice of Law tn Butl#. _ Particular attention gltkn to business, hi thv RtflM Of \>liiwriun,esji*oi*liy c<»ll«uiu>aa , * r " n'H ZWrf?i>onuiM' farlM in ttfuffctate.. - Office hi Boyd's Building, Main Street. August 14th, 1567—6 dm. - > ( -w W. J. YOUNG. Attorney at Law. J. W. YOUNG, Surveyor. LAND AGENTS, BENZONIA, MICHIGAN. ydnl -I,— B »i7—l>'. ft j? ' A. M. NF.YMAN, M. %.* • jjliyslclun iukl Htiritnon Offlreimniedisie., opposite Walker , building* nil tier. W. 8. HUSELTON, M. X)., (LiiU of the V. S. Army,) • * . IN'o, <l7 Federal fcjtroei, OrviuK Holm : 1 From s to fit A. M. \ •• :i to 6 I'. M. ( A LLKdllFtyT* CITY M. 7to 9 " J May 20j *O7, :i tnoi X>4^NTf IHTR\! r Drn. A Ilnvls, H\ VE carmaneotly located themselves in (JENTitE YILLJC« Butler eounly. Pa , where they cim be found at alt times, prep ared to perform ali operation in either Surgical or mWchiffical Dentistry. Sept. 11, 1307-ly. J. M. fiflKKt. DENTIST, Office On Main st., South of Post Office IJUTLEH. PA. June t«, 1567, lyr. Drs H. A. Wise & J. M. Lefevre. .A 4< K & r htfd^' l "' work. Filling, cleaning, extracting and adjfpting the teeth dene with the heat inntiM'ialsand in ths heat mann +r. Particular attention paid to children's teeth. An mechanics, they defy ruin petition: as operators thej rauk among the bant. Chiw g * suunli-mte. Ad*ice free of rbarge. Office—la Boyd laildinn Jefferson Stre'ef, Buffer Pa. IW 0 IMIW rrrtf. sewTH Q- . MRS. T. J. LoWMAN, Would rcspectfullr inform the citizens «»f this p'.ace that she h prepared to do all Linda of sewing. such as Dress Making. Sfque*. Rents'*Uirl>, and thil<Aff tr« ap parel. Alert, Lrioul Agent ft>r Wheeler and Wilson's dewing Machines. F*b. ID, 1567, tf. GEORGE ROSE, House, Sign & Ornamenta. Painter. fapor Haning Done on *h» Shortest Notice, lit Tf.sK.Amr 2*. IBB7—lf. "FRANK H. JOHNSTON, M. D.~ £Mntsician & burgeon, II A It R I N V 11. I. E, liutlcr County, Pn. Will promptly attend to all business entrusted tu his REFERENCES: Dr. CtAwford, Cooperstown. Pa. Dr. Pnowden. Franklin* I'a. I)r. Ilassier, Coehrantori, Pa. Dr. Fowler, Harri«ville, Pa. Dri. Foster A Huffman, Clintonrilte, Pa. Dr. Coulter. Ceutrerille, P4. » Dr. Livingston, •• " (jnlyS. fiT—ly PKOPI.PIN IKA NTOIIK. Wilson & Underwood, WnoLMALB * RETAIL DIALERS IN TEAS, - CHOICE No. 15 euth West Dlaiuoud, Adjoining Bepler's Hotel, ALLROHKRY CITT, pA One of the cheap* it aiid best Wholesale and Retai Store* in Uutwo atiu, IXill and examine our Stock and Prieu. (May Jf,'C7Jiao. UROIIMiN A WA LTF.It, J> I iL L E R S , H AVING given their Mill a thorough repairing, and . placed ft In excellent order, they are now ready to do *ll kinds of cuntnrn work and at the shortest nctice. Wheat and Rye Flour always on hand Rye and Mixed Chops and Brans o different kinds, constantly ou haod. WW The highest price will he paid in cash'for wheat de veredat their Mill. (Mailer, Aug. 28,'AT—3me j Kstray. CAMS tithe reaideneo of the sul»acriU«r, in Forward I tp .on or about the *2ott vt Sept. a small gTlfitß, i auppuPcd tjf boonf o u other I maiks n Tlie "Wiier i| requeite 1 tu couie ! foraard, jSrov. property, pay cherneehnd take it away J alee it wilt be disp«MH«, %J escording to law. * I u 8 DorTHBTT ] AMERICAN CITIZEN Job PrlatißgOffice! Ornamental, plain, Fanoy, card Book BSMMI MS In Kearni' I!ulldl>if(. Second H|ory 112 op posite Jack's Hot* I, Main Street, BUTLER, WR ARK PKEPMIED TOI'HINT.ON SnORT NOICE Bill Heads, Books, Druggist Labels, Pro grammes, Cheeks, Notes, Drafts, Blanks, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Show Cards, Pamphlets, Posters, Bills of Fare, Order Books, Paper Books, Billets, Sale Bills, kc. BKINO FUKNIBHKD WITH The Most Approved Hand Presses AND , THIS LAROKfIf ASSORTMENT OP Type. Borders. Rules. Ctrfs, &e., IN THE COUNTY, We will execute everything i<i the lino of PLAIN ANDDECORATIVE PRINTING • Niatlt, Promptly, ahd at Kkaso.hahli Hat as, in a style to excel any establishment at home, and compete with any abroad. s HKILI.EI) WORKMEN .Are emjiiojfi'd ig ev©ry 112 branch gf tho business, and we endeavor to meet the wattes of the and tp re tain the honorable distinction which has b«ep already conoedod Ui this cstablish aieOt, for TASTE I COMPOHITIPK ANI) ' - -lU% #S|r a » 80l *i frW"^ t,| WKs<>jU 4 it Titie W In nrmiifmtied Poster,' i work of any number of pages. V ALUABLE COAL LAND FDU SAX ALL fh«t trart of lend. cvnt»inlM£ ac/ee. (At (MtAd ahuUtlU uiite b«iuli» of the U'rough of Uut ler. In ftr sale. Tn» Vf in 6T Conl f«s uhuut 4 ffrt, and 6 exc*il lent quiilitj iliuik ojifii-spil good oidef, with entry opened th;»t may he sufficient for Ti ye«rs of or dinary w<<rk. Two Frame dwelling Mreesand double bam I hereon, ami about 30 seiei riesred, and fenced. to be wbuii Hold. The mule and I bree cart flow in nse 41 the h ttik will also be •old. a For price and terms, apply to. .John N. Pervla&C", (ornor of I>iamoud and Mreet, Uutler, Pa. liutlor, Oct. W, '67 > JVUN PIUCH. New OQOOS, I) ECEIVKD AND OI'ITNINM A LABHK AND WILL I\ SELECTED HTOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOBD!i purchased since the deciino, and will be sold low far ! y Jno> Scott. Oct. lfi, *o7—2mo R. & W. JEINKINSON Manufacturers and Wholesale D lers In Tuhaccn, Hegan, Suuff", Pipes, tie. No. 6 FEDERAL STREBT, ALLEOIIKNV CITY PA 3rd door from Suspension 1) ge. •Sijjii of the ltdian. ▼ol. 4, no 12 lyr. .KITRNMt' MB T BWH 1T» C. BOODT FASHIONABLE TAILORS. rrHE undersigned having associated themselves in the I Tailoring business, would respectfully sav to tb« public In general rlint they have just received the Fall and Winter Faehlons. ai.d are prepared to makeup clothing in the lateat and most approved atyie Plaer« call alii ezamiua our Fashions and Specimens of mm. and boys' wear. Special alteuliou Kiven to l»oy§' cloth- Uig. KITENMULLER. WHITE 4 CO. Ausust 12, IBC6— tf. ORPHANS' COURT SALE. BY virtue of «n order and decree <>f the Ofphans* Court of Butler county, the uudenigned will ox pose to Hale, by public out-cry, on the premises, on Saturday, November 9th, 1867, the followitiK*de?cribed roal estate, late of Patrick Fleming, dee'd : All that certain piece of land situate iu Clearfield towutdiip in the count v and State, aforesaid ; bounded North by RueaAtm Hiemlng, Kaat by Owen M'Bride, South by Peter Graff, and West by M'Ooe A lloyle, containing Thirty-One acre# and Ninety-One Pear ekes atrict tneaaui«. TEH MS One-third in hand end the remnlnpar In two equal yearly payments with interest from confirm ation of Bale, STEPHEN M't'UE, Adm'r Oct. 16, '67—4t] of Patrick Fleming, dee'd. Cholera, Diarrhcea, and Dvsentery A CIRB IB WARRANTED by DR. TOBIAS' CBI.ERKATRD VKNJCTIAN LIMMKNT. if used when fir-t taken ly persous of temperate habits. This medicine has sen known in the United Ptataeover 2'» yean,. Thousands hare used it, and found it never failed to cure any com plaint for which it was recviumooded, ami all those who first tried lt,«w now uever without it In the Cholera; ot 184H, Dr. Tobias attended 40 caees aud lost 4, being called in too late to do any good. DIRECTIONS.—'Take a teaspoonfal in a wine-glass era ery half hour fjt twohi ours, aud rub the a bd men and extremities well with the Liniment. To a ll the thirst, take a lump of ice iu them -utb. about th size of a marble everr ten minutes It i* warranted pel fectly innocent to take internally. Sold by all driu. gists, price 40 aud 80 cunte Depot, 56 Courtdu Sal New York # Acini in iftt rat OP'S Xoticc. EST fTK OF T H. BROWN. DEC D. is hereby given that Letters of ministra " tion on the estate of I. II Brown. te of Metre ' township, Bntlcr County, Pa , dee'd. have this day 1 (September I*2. IW,) oeen granted to the undersiimed; therefore, all pei-s/tns knowing them«»efve« Indebted to saiil estate, will make immediate payment, and'lb<w having claims against the aame will pr-sent them properly an then ticated for eettlff*»«ent. ALEXANDER BROWN Sept. 18,18 fT—4t.J Adm'r. uiiii ow AGIIICULTUKAL WOKKS, ROCHESTER, PA. A. B. SMITH & CO., Proprietors, MANUFACTURE MOWERS REAPERS, RAILWAY or End I I«M Chain and L* vrr Powers of Vartons si/.ee, Threshers and Separator*. Farm Mills, Cider Mills, Cane Mills and Sorghum Evap»rators, Corn Shell era, Dog Powers for Churning, and all other AgHeulta ral Machinery. RKPAFRING AND JOBBING of all kinds don«« on abort notice. Machines »112 auy kfnd bnflt f»r pnrtiee. Having bad an experience of Ift years in Putente and Patent BiisltieaH, are prepared lo malre models, applications, A<*.. for parties deairing to take ont patents Hueing fitted up our fiu-torjr with NEW & IMPROVED MACHINERY, selected from the best eastern makes in person, and employing none but 'he best A.ecbunics. are prepaid] to do work in the beat style and manner Haviag se cured the serrioes of a flr«t class Pattern Maker are ■«lSo prepared to make anf%wid or style of pattern* I Particular attention Paid to repairing Mowing and j Reaping Machines, and machUieiy in general We r-olicit and hop« by attention and care to the patronage of parties wishing work dons Orders front a distance promptly attended Adtreee, A I) Sltt ITII A I Jul 17 ,1587, fa of Reeks s I EEW —OF— DRY GOODS, "J Hi $ j AND OIL CLOTHS. [ YXTE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST, \V and Most Complete dicck of VV r liite k Colored Blankets. *' ; WHITE, YELLOW, ItED, AND GRAY, FLAWNELS EVER OFFERED IN THE CITf fa 3 k}*Oij AMI) AT Extremely Low Prices. I*L3», ikvi&YiiAIIM&TOCK Of LftdJeßf Mfssea dd Chlldten't Fure > of all k nds and qualities In which we are offer ing i , .1 GREAT BARGAINS ALSO A /nmt aoo« ABFCMI»ieftT OF CAKPETB, i. 'FLOOR OIL-CLOTIIS, HEAIITH RUGS, AND DOOR MATS, in toot, everything usually kopt in a Dry Quods' Store H O I> WBX22j\!U & mm* Remember the Place, nmAP LUKER & CO., No. 130 Federal Street, ftlli Door Rclow 9larl&et, PeptemHfe 18, 'o7—Cm) ALLEGHENY CITV. DRUG AND GROCERY STORE. rpilE subscribers hnro on bund and are daily receiving at thoir Store-Room,opposite l'eter Duffy a In Dutlei An Extensive Assortment or DriiKN, iDyc KtsiffU, ncdiciiieN, I'al •>! cdlcintu, Oils, Toilet Soup, PuiiitH, Perfumery, AND TUB Q fi a ? g © s t L I q u a 112 8 for chemical and inodlcina! purposes. Also, all kind* of HRUHIIEH, NOTIONH. &0., Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully and Promptly Compounded. hi the Grocery Department Will be f.und-Wour. R-uvwi, PUh r C»ITjS,Tjh, B<ijii Canned Frail of all kinds a /•»»"/ aciulj , Family use. Also Nails, Glass, Glassware, Queens ware Hardware Stoneware, Bucketst Tubs, And a general assortment of Tobacco and Cigars. • The bigh<-:»4 uiai ket pries nuid 'or all kinds of pro duce in exchange for Go" '•» 801l & Dielfenbachor, fune 12,1667—1y. Valuable Farm for Sale. llfE undersigned oIT-rs for sal". bis VALUABLE FA RM , situate in Allegheny town»hip, Butler county. Pa , consisting of Two Hundred arid Eighteen Acres of land. Abont One Hundred Acres Cl* ared. and fsucod and in a good xtate of cultivation ; 'Wo Dwelling h us e*. Mt.ible, Ac., thereon This Farin Is vitbrn tbree mflea Of Mrtrblon, and th- Allegheny v.illy Hail H|l now ra; Mly const ructed. Is well watered and timl>«red, and will beiiold s*he»p. For Terms inquire of tbe subscriber on tbo premises, of E. M'Junkin, Esq., of Butler Title indisputable, aapilS, H7—tf.l •' JAMES H M'MAHAN. ORPHANS' CCURTSAL. HY virtue of an order and decree of tbs Orphans l Court ol Butler county, the undersigned wi!| ex pose to aale, by public out cry, ou tbs premises on Saturday, November 9th, 1867, the following desciibed real estate late of John Coch ran. dse'd, to wit : One lot of gfoutod in the Borough of Butler, Butl*r coanty, I'a . No. 131. in tbs general plan of said b«.r ough ; bounded North by an Alley. Ea»t by M'Ksan street, South by lot No Vfli owned by Jobn B. .YT- Laughlin. West by an alley Inhere Is erecto lon said lot O te Brick two-story dwelling house, with coal and wash house attached Also, one Isige, Frame Stable There is alao a good well of water on naid lot. I TKIiMS One-(bird in band and the remainder In two equal yearly payments, with interest (.from nc flrmation of.sale. CIIAfcLES CjCHftAN, Oct 18th, I^67—4t.j Adai r ofJno Tehran dee'd' Auditor'* Notice. James Wilson vs. Joseph Griffin, Mary Griffin, Elis abeth Griffin aod Rachel Griflia. D No 49, Sept. And now to wit Oct. 'id. IM>7 ; Petition of James B. blorey, Esq. MierßTof Butiar county, praying for tbs appointment of an Auditor t» distrihnts the proceeds of tbs Shertfl's sale of the real estate of Joseph Griffiu et. aL. ajnoug those entitled to tbe same And uosr October 2d, 1*67 ; Court appoint John M Oreer, Esq , an Auditor to distribute By the Court. MutUr Lvumiy, is:—Certified from tbe Record lb is 10th day of October, A i>., Ito7. J CLARK, Proth'y. In pursuance of the above appointment I will attend to the duties of tbe same, at my office in Butler, on Bstnrday, November 2nd, 1867, at lo'clo«!k, P. M , when •nd where all parties interested can aitsnd if they ses rroj-ec. (Ootlfi, 67 «•) J M OKJCIR. Aud't. rpITE MbicrwhVmill I that he him erected a pey CARRIAGE and WAG ON MAKING SHOP, on—— — <--I«trlet. opposite J. 11. Neglejr, and belfew the Mfn. flhwrrb, whete e is prepared to do all kinds of woi kin his line of busi ness, such an nuking Rutfuies. Carriages. W ki»«a, Sieixha* sod any thing in the line of Courtage and Wagon making. Repairing done in the shortest possible time. «*~UIYE IIIM A (fni,.-%* or 7, 'o<J—tt.| .i L IX » TUUXAL. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & WIGOHS. After more than stx years iwpEwrifNfir in my hu»ine*",and a Winter* labor in in Delecting the bent mati-ri«I» and doutftaAt >versif|lit in the making of the unfile. by FIItST CI.4SS WOKIitIE\, I have now on band the largest and best lot Of CABIII AfctiES, nruuirs, SI'LHEYS, Ae., qoth light and h*ai ▼, ever offered to the people o Butler county, ; jrbicfc U*ity Wkil V rtfMP'pft CASH, TrflwV'fclflMWr Bhlfclng i*t*gi*e. Open and otllni; Buggies—in shott. T think Iran birnish al- I most anything in the vehicle line", inad* of the hnet Eastern timber >pring« aud nxle«: nnd finished in a manner not excelled In cities Fast or Weft, and bettor adnpted 112 r «»er mfd* fhap Eastern %nrk. Shop and Ware room on Cunningham 'street, Kant of and near AlyM vffvinerrt'Utiitor P* . • • if ft.!.* JL *■ * <2M>:V AOMZ* IMi, REFERENCES: We, the nndersigned. tske pleasure In recommending ' to the public, the work of (ieo.Roeesing. V(9 have j uutiVfsctioii, abtl aro well adapH'l frt our roads. »» . - CIMHUES ISH, i•. J V G. * W, Caiipkkll, T)R. STCPIIX.N flK.iurN, R. C M'Abot, I>*. PRICKENS * El .V no. 17-if. Wm.b.A A.G. Bojd. DRUGS! DRUGS! DM DR SAMUEL GRAHAM Is still carrying on the Drug busiaes in the old stand in ItOYD'N It LOCK. Main S/38, - - Bjl er, Pa. We have constantly on hand and for tale, at reduced rates, a pure quality of Litharge, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Putty, Turpentine, Alcohol, Linseed Oil, Drugs, Chemicals, Paints?, Oils, Varnishes, White Lead, Red Lead, Lard, Fish, and Neats-Foot Oils. Motile*, Villi*, Cork*, SOAP, LAMPS, SPONGES, PURE GROUND SPICES, &C. A general varloty of Perfumery & Toilet Articles. tnsu W INKS AND LIQUORS for metlir.il and mechani cal purposes.-** Win en I.r riacraui ntai use, furoi.ihed Physicians' prescriptions i CunTiilly Com pou ■lilcd. Thankful for pMt favors, wi invite the public gene ally to call and examine our stock We are coiifidcn that we u»n sell at as r«'asyoablg rates as any similar establish frienf in the count/. h; ,»r, Itook Agents W anted To Solicit Orders for a New Illustrated BIBLE DiCTjpNABY. (COMPLETE IN ONE VOLC.UK > rnilK Pictioxary embodies the result* of the most 1 recent ittudy, research, and iu'-eftt.gatlun, of about six'y-flve of thy most eminent ami adrauced Bible Scholars now living. Clergymen pf all denomination approve it.and regard it an the heat work of its kind in the Engliidi language, and one which ought to be in the hand* <>f every Bible reader in the laud. In ciicnlatipg fttMWorb, Affdnts will find a pleasant and profitable employment. The numerous objections which are u-unily ercmutereu in selling ordinary work# will n<>t exist with thit. Hut, on the contiary, enconragementjand friendly aid will attend the Agent, making his labors agreeable, use ful, and lucrative. ladies, retired Clergymen, Schojl Teachers, Farmers, Students, and nil uthers who possess energy, an: wan ted to a*sl*t in Cunvassing every Town aud County in the country, to whom the most liberal induceiusuts will be offered For particulars, apply to, or address I'A UM fell.KE f!!tOTHEItS. sejif 4, 6t ] 722 Sansorn Street, Philadelphia, Fa. um&i A.IIT STREET. Opposite Jack' a lintel,) It «■ • ■ «_» m m 9 M m am • TIIE undersigned would respectf clly inform the pub 11c that he baa constantly on band, CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR FROM THE HARMONY MILLS. ALSO, Teas, Coffee, Sugars, Sjrrup, Cheese, Ham, Uriti Beef, I is h. Pota toes, Apples, (tanned and brie d Pr<uits, and eerrythlng usually found In a first cla»a Grocery Store. Confi*tionaries of all kinds and of etsr riety. Al*o, Tobacco, do. <&o. We are determined to sell as low as the lowest. Give us a call. Sept.3, 'C7—tt] PATToN K EARNS, Witherspoou Institute. rnms High School in Batter, Is In a very proiperont X condition: there being in attendanco during the session now closing. lit) scholars. The new building fnlnishe* ample room for recital I tlofi purposes, and fortt arder* who cnie fro» abroad. The accomp'isheilß'rlncipal. besides giving his en tire time to the instfoctio* of the pupils, emph ys able assistance In the German *nd Frenoh tsrigmiges in the classic*, in Music, and Iti the English Branches ' Th»> Winter Session of 3) weeks will commence on . tbe first Monday of November next. K. B. WALKER, Pre* Lotal Youpo, gee, (Oct 8. 1167.). 1% I ONEV FREE AS WATER.—IO,OOO ACIIVK all Local and Traveling Agents, Male or female, ol all »ges, are wanted to solicit t: ade In every City, Town Hamlet Workshop and Factory, throughout the entire j world, for the most saleable novelties ever known r r, " u * n,i RKAUY BALB »»miokr OFFP.ItF.I>. Smart meu and women can make ftvm $5 to JfiO pertlay, and no risk of loss. A small capital re quired of from f-20 to fluO— tbe more money invested tbe great#r 112 the profit. No money required in adrame —ire Arit t nd the article* and receive pay aftertaauls. If you actually a wisb to make money rapidly and saiilv. for full p rtsculars and addross, MILNOK A CO , (From Paris.) *lO Broadway, New York CUv. ly'(Newj spsri trying »IJ] be literal*! y dealt w RIIR&L HILL HIIBSERY. OP A L EiHl£. rpifT". undersigned bikes pleasure I n announcing i J TJieir many frien 11, uud the public generally, * b * they better aro prepared tbau ever before to furnish Fruit Trees of All Kinds, , r- AND SHRUBBERY & SHADE TREES, OF ALMOST EVERY VARIKTY. The universal testimony of those who have been ;Uppfiid_tr!!h fralt and other Trees from Rural Hill Nursery of these tfjiths. auy n""thf r of reliable testimonials <*o bebadln this iotthtyjand yfrinMy. Pettona desi rous ofpurcflasinur, are requested to tall arf(l examine Mir splendid variety. It will ajoply repay, any person (liat wMUJs good fruit, ivli'l at an early day from re planting, to purchase of ns, »*s our trees are oitra large and gc*>d A nMMiejJof r<d>abP» weuUesp thid profit able employment by r-dfhrt uptm rli« Mbscrfbti* tfvlrig -I'l HS -t of Sutler, Pa. Silas Fearoe & Sons. Blltler, He*. 7 *«<*. A. J. 9 No. 138 Federal Street, Vfcft Dooi* to the Corner of the Diamond, Allegheny, - - I'cii n'n. n AVISO J»T RSCKtVBA A LAR&E IV EL I, KKLKCTKUH-kI <* » aARDWAHK&OTftKRY Imported 41 reel front-t||» inenufWrrwi«ws„ wonsisf Ing a llMhlrr'ii ifjirMiii'r, ' •<' <«o|icr*. ItlackNuiltlm, nnri Itutclicr TOOLS, . lnu I li«x*c|waije 112 FARM IXO UT F.N MLS, 1/tO.V, STEEL, —— b'JHI M< tifrASN, WHHK LFAki, SASH PUTTY, «#c. Feels onofident lie eaq offer Iralijaamenti to Whnd«- •deand Retail buyers, snd would most rwp«ct£ulLy axk y-.flr patronage. with the assurance fhat It will W to y< nr IntfrdM to do business With him. ApHI >li7, BR>IS ~ BCTCkk " WOOLEN MILLS. Manufacture the very best heavy FALL AND WINTER FLANNELS, Cassimeres and Yarns, Of every Wiryt and color, which we will sell aa low ti. ciishbiiyerA.il uot loaer than they cau be bad, Y. a»i, or West If you want Heavy Barred, White, Brown, or Grey Flannels Warranted to have NO SHODDY in them, 'go t( the Union Woclen Factory, Butler, Pa., il you wsn Heavy CttMimereM, Warranto.' to havo NO SHODDY i* them, ro to the Butler Woolen Factory. If you wunt a good article ol TARS, Warranted to have no Shoddy ioit, go to the Butlei Woolen Factory. 10,0U0 Poundu of Wool Wanted in Exchange for the Above Goods. H. FULKERTOJT. Dae 4, 66.,tf MILLINER & TRIMMING STORE. Tigris. J. AM.INHTOV annontirsii If tlio public thai If 112 she h*« opened a Milliner} and Trimmli.g Store three 4r>«>rrf North of ttykes' (Imcery, where she arid pay particular attention to Dresa Making and all kinds of Family boning. Stamping, Braiding, I.il>li:S' TKIMMIVO, New Style Hoops and Corsets, Dreaa Making and Family Scwlngi New Style Promenade &. Party Skirts, FIA)WERS, RIBBONS, LACKS AND GLOV£S. Gent's Cuffs, Collars,& Neckties. MRS. J. ADLI!«am, TIIUrE DOORS NORTH OP SYKES' OROOBRT. vol. 4, no. IC—tf. Main Street Bntler, Pa. "ILLUSTRATED DOMESTIC BIBLE. BY REV. INURAHAM 00BBIN, A. M millS work rontainn all the plana of the Commen 1 tariod, Mud is neat an !of convenient size for family n«e It will raqulre Imf little examination to see that this edition of the Hacred Writing* ruibrur.fd many fea tures never before P"inliln» d in one volume, ami i« a valuable acquisition to the family circle and the Blbli cal mnd*nt IMwie Of the MioeC impo rtant and dietin gnidhingfeatured<»f r» la Mbfe srer' 1. Seven handrail Wotd Eng'avlitpe. y. Many thoti aand references. 3. Three finely executed Steel Knt;iavings. 4. .Numerous improvad readings. b. A mrreerad chrwaoloiriral order, d An eapoditiou of each i hnpter. containinie th ensaji'"<« of the bent mentatorf, witn nmrh 'uipr-ai matter by th« edib>r. 7. The poetical hiAka i,i tbe metrical form. * Re flee *iona drawn from the subjects ol (he chapter.and giving in a toiMloNiteo form it» spiritual import. 9. Qiusa'ione at the enit of aach chapter, for ftimily examination. *lO Dates affl.\»-d to the chapters, fur earh inorninn and evening'* re.uling.C4<binridiorf "w WllOla Bible in a vear. To toMa 6ave laY«y Bleu i&M two very BaalrabU featured,, via: 14 o-atains a family photograph depart iuei»t in conne«*rioti with the family record, and an x tewlliJ concordance, ft la one of the moat deairahla Wide* pabiiabed. T»ie work eoatame nearly ftfteen hnnured crown qudrtopages, priutad fr»»iu clear end beautlfnl type, on fine p.iper, with uumerous ougravinga, and ia bound in ihrea ai*i beautiful at ylea. Rev John David, of Cona«>quer>«ssiiig township, is Agent fur Butler County, i'ost Office Addr-e*. WlllTkjiroWN, Butiwr County. Pa. !klar< h, »o 14-a a -tf * | F»»r Ml tbo->'w no suffer from diacanei of the Live [ Stomach, auch w liiliiouaneaH. Bick Headache, Co n I ati pal ton. your totoaiacli, Dyflpepnia, Ac. I>lt I»OI.IJ>(iKU , H Headache and Anii Billious Pills. Are the mart perfect remedy ever brought before the public, for Ail diaeanee of th« Liver and Stomach, Tht>y act art CATJIAUTIC without weakening the Stomach or Bowela, but ou the contrary give tone to (bote organ* driving away all Melancholy - Feelings, Infusing new Life an>l vigor into the Sy-»uia. For aalc by all bruggiat a aud couiitrv Merchants throughout the Cobnty. J. HENDKHSON 1 BROS 296 Liberty Street,Pituburgk l»a. WuojjcaaJLg Areata. §ep. '25 A Single Bo* of BR ANDRETHS PILL Conmi* more vegetable extractive matter tf.«a twenty boxeso dlpibda any where iu the world besides; fifty five uyieure physician* use them iu their practice to the excitation <»f ntb-r pargativea The Arst letter of Ibelr v»lneia yet searfely appreciated When they are bet ter known, a andden death and continued aickuexa will be of the past. Let thoge who knoftr them *p<>ak right o«t In their ta»or. It la a duty which will save life. Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated bile at thia season, it la dangerous «a it la prevalent but Ur.iudreth'a Pitta afford an invaluable and efficient protection. their occasional use we prevent »hi» collection of those impurities which, when In ai:(f elect quantities. cause so much danger to the body's beaitu. They anon cure Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Loea of Ap petite, Pain in the Head, ilea it burn, l'afn hi Br*a att Bone. Sodden Faintuess aud Costiveacaa. Sold bye ail respectable Dialers in I PK r.i.owM' WORM LOZENGES, ARK, WITHOUT tICtPfICR, The Most Extraordinary Medicine of the Age. Comprising, at Ul»» do. II KM.A lIK A nf.K POWER IN EXPELLING WOHMB, wTtli tI.tASANT TASTK AND PERFECT BAI*TY. THE! CO.ITAI], NO MERCURY, NO MINERAL. NO TURPENTINE, NO OIL OF WORMBEKD, NO POISON, NOTHING INJURIOUS. Thty arc Entirely Vegetable., SYMPTOMS OP WORMS* Itching of the nose feverish rose, twitching or st«rt-. mg anddeniy miring steop, ffftffc in tlte stomach, loss of flesh,paleness with b or tic. app<Ute sometimes Vuraoivm, at ofnsrs feeble, a dnlinens of the eyM. drowsiness, a swelled upper lip, tongue whltely furred and studded with red ft| ots, fetid or garlic breath, grinding of leCth during sleep, lodgment in the throat, an an natural craving for dirt, chalk or clay, fretfulneaa and ratability of temper, chulic, Ate and palsy. INTESTINAL WORMS A'a among the drat to undermine the constitution in, the list of d'seaSCf. They ottnn occasion severe disease, ending sometimes fatally, particularly when they as cend to the stomach. Their presence' ln>h«lr aiost or dinary situation if attended with unfavorable efiscta upon the general health. EMINENT MEN ASSERT That all are marc or lots troubled with worms, and that' eie.ny die annually from this cause, who, by the timely administration of a proper remedy weuld be anved. As. WORM LOZENOKB may be taken without any unpleasant results, and as most children are fond of them, their use is recommended to those apparently healthy, and thus diapel the canse of wbnl would pro-, duce suffering. BE CAREFUL WHAT YOD USE. Various remedls/Mre froAf rtme mended, aa f'aloineK (hi of Wormwood, Turpen tine. Ac., so that dangerotn and even fatal consequences •rp produced. The necessi yof a safe and sure remedy baa mused niucn reaeatTh and stndy bv the vroprl«*t'tra of FKLLOWB' WOtM I.OZKNOKS. They are positive ly safe,pleasant aial effectual They do n«it kill wornis bdt Act"tfy maklitg llidr dwelling dnagire«««<\d/to them. In order, however, to guard consumers agamsfc de'coj.tlon by « t>ane the analysis of f»r. A'. A. HA YES, SUte Asaayor, proving the above statement, is annexod. •I live analysed the WORM prepared by Messrs. Fellows k Co , and find that they si* fi«e froS Meicnry an I otbei metallic or mineral matter. These, Lor.enges are skillfully compounded pleasant to the taste, s«f#, jret sure and effectusl in tbuir action. Respectfully, AA. HAYS,*SI. I> , Assay er to the State of Mass. PLEASE REMEMBER That FfcbLOWS' W»>R>f LOZKN'OKSare prepared with grartt carstfixim thacomentratedextracts of two plants They do not act ss a purgative or emetic, will n »t debil itate the pitiiesit. nre so simple an inCint may devour whole box without barm,and will at the same .Imeexpet. tUe worms 1n an exirsordlnarv ommiut «#-FKLLOWS' WORM bOZKNOK is th» only' Worm.' Remedy in r liaiiuVs« qualitiea witU delicious taste and amazing power. PRICE !i.O CENTS PUR BOX- FfVK BOXES FOR A DOLLAR Tli. .itnakir. of KKi t. >W- I do. It atti>c!l<Ml t. each Sold hi) Medicine Dealer* Qenerctlly„ 'PREPARED AT THE Jfcw r.nglniMl Rotaniel>epot »01l Ttl K PROI'R IKBDII, J. V. IKEJrCH. DKMAS BARNKS k CO, general Agents, New York April 9, ItUJ?. n man. aot Cunningham & Richey HAVING associated togethsr in thepfroceoy bustness, they are r.ow prepuied to furnish the public will* CHOICK VEOKTAItLES, FRESH FISH, WINTER WHEAT FLOUR, (,'heese, llried llref, Ac. Wo have a tull stock of canned fruit, such I'KACIYE?, BftACK HKRRTrfS, OIIKKN CORN, CU£RKIRS. JOMATOKf,' PKARS, In the Con fret lottery line we are well aup pilot) w Candle*, Cove Ojslera, Careen Apple*, Tulmoro, i'lgnrfi. Atnta, ORAXGKS A\l» LEMONS, 4UP~ Remember the place, Cunningham & Richey, Three Doura South of Vcge\ey Ilouie, may. no 24-tf. MAI* BTRKKT, BUT!.EII, PA. Pr. W. H. W(tmoc*» HAS been in ancce«lfai practice for a number af yeara, with tho experience of the different Hos pitals in Europe and America Army and lloipital burgeon during the late American war, continued to at' tend to all professional cases at bla office. No. 928 Filbert St., Philadelpaia. No Patent Medicine* are used or reeommtikM; the remedies administered are those which will not break down the comftitation, but renovate the aydtem from all injuries it ban sustained from mineml medicine*, and > leav® the syateui iu a healthy and perfectly cured con ditio Dyspc pHla. that I iat reading disease aod fell destroyer of health and happiness, undermining the conatitution and yearly earring thouoenda to uueimcly graved, can iaoet em phatically be curad. MELASCHOLL Y, ADIiRRA 770 if, that itate of alienation and weaknesa of tho mind whirl* jende'd persona incapable of enjoying ;he pleaauiet or porfoiujiu4 the dutiee of life. RHEUMATISM. in any form 01 condition, chronic or acute, warranted curable. EPILKPSTf or Calling sick HUM. a>l chronic or etubhorn caaea of FEMALE DISEASES, radic* ly removed; Salt Rhenm and #rerydaaerlpttan of alceralior.a; Piled and rrnftlloui dtdeases which have bi.ffl.-d all prevlout me Ileal akill, ran be rured by my treatment; and 1 do nay all dieanae*. (yea <\>naumption I can be cured by wearing my Medicated Jacket, which ia a protection to the l,.ngs against all changed of weath er in all climate*. Having investigated lor yeara the cause and character of intermittent* /fweer and agu*> in ali pai bt <>f the Uuitwl .Stated, will cure pormac If all I chronic or acute sasee of ague am! narvoua diee q a few da) a. (Junetr ('urtd Without the Knife, or Drawing ,*d. Tape Worm, that dread to the human 'amil j tot jeara can be removed with two or three doaoe of my newly discovered remedy, warranted in Ml caaea. Consultation in the Kngiiah and !)erm<*o 1 iflguagea Will ruaae viaita unv Jetuwl. May b*. add* uaaed by letter fQontldentially) and medicine sent With proper direc tioue to any part of the country. Office, No. 928 Liberty St., l'IIII,Al»ia.lMIIA. Ang 2*th. 1567—1y Take Yqur Choice One Dollar commission will be allowed to ANY peieou aeiitbng the names of two iUw eubdcrlber* with the money fcr one year A Copy qf the Observer for One year will be dent to ANY porson eendiug ua four new aubecrlbera and f'urteeu dfllart, A <J3S Mewliiar Mnohlne, either Wheeler k Wilson or Urov«r * Baker, will be sent to AUT per eon s«uJlug ua tho nauioa of Etumtikx N*w SvuectißKks to the New York Observer, with Ue nipuey ($63; for on rear in udviiuce. We have een t away a» premium* mora man SEVEN HUNDRED of theee Machine* and they give univereal eatis: u tjoii ♦«r* bead l»v cheo.k draft, oi Podt-offlce order. hiugle Copioe and Circulars sent free Terma $ Co.,a jear, id advance. riIDNKV K. MORSE, Jr.*. Yf 3 Uft. Itt„ l>-07. at 57 rark Bow., oO Exeeutor's Xotice. Estate of John Mechliif dec il. "VTOTICK la hereby given, that Letters Testamentary on tfie estate of John JKecblluf ,lateaf V\ a-blnjjtou tp llntler co. dec d, bava this day, (Hept 19 1907) been granted to the undersigned by the Regtater of aaid county; therefore, all oerdon* indebted to aaid eatate, are required U» make immediate payment, arid thoto having clalma or deuianda agaiaat the same will preaeni then properly authenticated for nettlenient. JOHN MECIiMNO, J t XXCULimi. •ep, J6 \t(X, 41* ■»" »ecuttr».