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THE AMERICAN CITIZEN.
Butler,Pa.Wednesday,Nov. 20,1867. Proceeding* of the Executive Comity Committee. BUTLEK, Nov. 18th 1866. The Republican Executive Committee of Kutlcr Co., met in the Court House, Monday afternoon. Dr. A husk Chair man iu the ehair. A majority of the members present. Un motion— Retolved, That in accordance wi'h what geeim to be the iiuaniniou* fueling amongst the Republicans of Butler comi ty —we hereby declare Ceti Ulysoss 8. Grant our choice fur President of the U. -8. in 1868. Reso/cetl, That we •nrdiully endorse tli# action of Congress in enforcing the Reconstruction laws in the Southern Elates On motion — Rcsotvrit, That the members ot th# Commit ice form themselves into a Gi in t Club. On motion— Resolved, That Ihe Chairman be au thorized to fix the time for holding the county Convention to elect delegates to the next State <'onventon. On motion adjourned, AMOS LUSK, Ch'n. * ALEX. MITCH EM, Stc'y. Orphan"* Home. Th# time has conic for the opening of the St. Paul's Orphan's Home near Hut lor. And it is proposed to raise, as much of the furnishing material as poss sible, by donation. To this end we nestly call upon all of our own citizens who Visit to aid this worthy cause, by contributing in the way, material for bedding, such as Ticking's, Muslins, Calico's Cotton Wadding &c. The co-operation ol the Ladies espe cially is requested, as there is preying and immediate need, for the winter out fit. N. B. Persons can see Rer. C. A Limberg or Ueoriie Vogeley, Jr., Uutler. i@"Thc lact that the Commissioner of Internal Revenue has exempted from all tax the funds which arc raised by the Washington Library Company of Phila delphia, for the endowment of the Riv erside Institute; also that Messrs. George A. Cooke & Co., the well known Hank ers, No. 33 South Third Street Philadel. phia, have consented to act as receivers of the moneys thus raised, together with the names of those well-known and prom, ineut citizens who have associated them selves with the Institute, ami have con sented to act as Ttrustees, should cer tainly be a suffieicut guarantee trt the public that every pledge and promtso ! will be carried out to the letter. The j method adopted for the endowment of this much needed institution is one by j which every individual actually receives more than could be obtained with the same amount of money il expended in the ordinary way. In rhc distribution of presents e erj one stand* an cqu ii ehtinee, one pr en> betni: «ti'i anted fot each share of toek Read \ ivt, t la ment. PITTBBGIIOH NAWKETB. Ott4lN—Wtnt»r Kfd S!'K): v .. ) -pro,* U I', No str *.l ck): it noun Hj..,»i50 I • li, I. *o'Al.l'.*: llulr*. Nn I Sprn » « 'i>. rt.oUa-rSnrtrn *hW, Sl4 &0 : « Int.. tVbnt,«lS: t'lo'ir »J 00 ¥ hhl; Bnck*k««t. » '• r»r l-p.ovisl ,vs—:iir I, lbjultnrt. I» Sugar r,,i«t H«m», *».•: l.n« Mr. BI'TTKU Fn- h 1t..t1, Mlc l^tWS —Stir. t»»-r IHY—f.-! prr Ton SKKDS— PIAVMMI Tim '«hv.3 OlrtTar, 1 - 0->. I>Rl KD ri(UlT— Pea.hea, quart*™ 17, bnlv*. )9 eta p*i' ptVJWTOK)*— I'fifh Blow#, si 25 c«*ni a per bqahel. Al'Pl.K;*—*.l •*»«*« SD. MCA NS—M 75 I #r lin-h#! 011.—f*m4a, l-VAVi; ltrflnr.l. *4 rn'. p«r jalfon lAtd OH. 90to 95 for No I and il 10 for N I IU TIJ.H HUTTICR—Fre-h tt.it. B;*s eanta per BEA\S—Whit*, 0 p«i hualial. RAKl.KY—Sprin*, »0 BKKSW AX—H6 rnu'P p.«i 10-intl. , m K(JO.*—'2o :cnta p«r.lotri, F I.OUK- *'li**t, **.<» to 7,00 per liiinJ.: Uy* 1.5u. Bu<-kwh«nt, $1,60 par hunt.. k'KUIT—Dr. ■ i Applaa, 6cta. per tb ; Oriait P«a< !iea, 15 rente * ft. FKATIIKUP—76 tent- per pound <il( A I N-YUi»M fM.O.i f.»r hum- ' i\ye,l .15; »>at«. 50« Corn Si,UO; Muck*lie.*!, SI.OO. OIIOCKIIIKS—C.-ftVa, Kl«s 2b par p. ond; Jav*. 40 Irowu Siin>r. |Mmnd. ilu.\Vliiln tt ** N.O •• 11,20 centNpei cOl'ii; Hjvup 1 Ww»l sl,-K). 111 I)K3—B vent- per pound. LARD—IS cent* per pound. NAUJ*—$7,75 per ke«. POTATO KM—lK)c perbnahal. PORK —Shoulders, 10; Hitch, 11; llama, »4e pe pound H AOS—Scenta per pound. KICK—IS rente per pound. SALT—S»,O» pei barrel TALLOW—l3cent* per pmtud. WOOL—4O cent* per pound for common. special miff*. a A. Y. M —Uutler 1.-nlice. No 272, A Y w J\ holdn its etnted meetinitu fn the Od d Vrllo llall, on Main Street, Butler, PH. , nil r.r /™s\S\ WwlneaUy of each month Brethren fmm ' \ einter are respectfully invited to at tand By order fo tha M' 1 - CONNOQUKMCtttiNG I.ODOK No. 27H, 1.0. of <> V., biOils it* Main St., Ilutler, IVnn»vlvauia mencins; at 6o'clock. Brethren from slater Ixxlge* are raepactfuilj invited to Mlend. By order ef th* N O I •• the Beat.—ULADIS' Kcpno.iiai. LUBRICA TORS ere a modiciual prepatation in the form of * Lozenge, and *r* nniver*nlly cotinidered the in-'st pleas ant, effectual and convenient r«med* in nee, for Hoarse ««•!, Coughs, Oolds, (Xitarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, fhp thtria and all I'ulmonary Complaints The* ar* witr ranted to give quicker and more la.tting benefit iu the above affect ion K than any other remedy : alao to contain j nv daleter'ou* ingredient, and not tooQ'tid the weakest ' •od moat aenaitive utomach. J*£ Far 9AMUKL GRAHAM and R EDICK A CO., Drnggiit*. Bntler. Pa., at 'A3 cl* per Bo* KL.AD S» COVKTITI'TIOK PILLS Ae* ao called bacanae of their pecnliaf direct and </R --e*«nt eflfcet upan the Liver, Stomach, Blood and Ser ▼oua System. For inactivity of the Liver for the Stom- * r , »3"»P«P«ia. they wilt delight w * Ul **® ,r m,,d •n* l benefit ial effect, espec ially if. £rua long continued indiaeetion and ccetive naas.tbej ara left with periodical return* of the Sick Uaadacbe. In caaa of * wvere Cold, producing Chi/is | and tovcr, you ran break It vary aoon by usiua the Pills •a pcrdiractloa with each box. AS#-Alao for sale t.y SAMUKL GRAHAM and liED ICK A CO., Butter, Pa.,at 95 eta- per Box. JOIIN 11. BLADKB k CO.. MB 12th. Pro pi if tot*, El n na, K Y YO CONSUMPTIVES, —Tii* Advertiecr, having •aan raatored to health in a few week*, by a v«ry «im pi* remedy, after having *<in«re<Uevfral year* with a j severe lung affection, and that dread discus*, Consump' tion—i* antlua* to uiak* known fe hi* feU.>w-«uflTerer* the mean* of cure. To all who desire K, ha will ssnd a copv of the pre scription used, (free of charge) with the directions for preparing and using the earns, which they admylwiv raicuji r»« Conei'Mmo*, ASTHMA, BUOICICTI*. Ac. Tka oiify uf the adverti4er io sending tti»• ' serlption. i* to benefit the afflictnd, ,u)d npr«a.i iufwrum- ! tton which he conceive* to be invaluable; and b<- ht.pe* •** r y sufferer will try hi* remeuy, as it wlil cost them nsthing, and prove a hl~ss.».^ Par He* wiahiug the prerct ipttou. will plcan* address IUT.KDWARH A WJLSON, WilUatashurg, Kingscoanty, New Yofk. I Hf • IS6S, ly. TRiMEHP A.SK m PfUG IS, DOWN THEY GOME! A LABGE STOCK OE BOOTB AHD BHOEB AT 18. C. IIUSEI,TOr¥'S, a a a a n IBtSTß'llllilSa lPiio» Of Alt the Utest Styte?, J.yst Qperttng. CONSISTING 11ST PART O IT" Women's k Mines' Glove Kid BaltnoreU, Children's Morocco, laced, Balmor»l«, " " •' '• Button Boon, " Olove Kid tip " 14 •• P. 0, Morocco Balmoral*, " Goat tip •• " Goat and Calf •* " I'at«':ia..'Ankle Ties, " " Fancj Toilet Slippers. •* Bronx, extra high cut, Yerybsautifut. ,-%■ w" ■ w soaasl JSC«»y *m %%' s*aa«-, Cssaa »ll»S ■rs A CALF, KIP AND UPPER BOOTS. A LARGE S:OCK OF WEN'S BROGANS. Also, A Large Stock of Men, Women & Children's Slippers & Overs. A Imi STUBS ®'f HAtaiJS (?Hiil®3S3C£» JUST RECEIVED , CONSISTATO- IKT PART O:F french ami Common C»lf, MoritctOM. Kids, Liningn of all kinds, Frcncli Kip. up p»*r. Lutr, Nail*, Peg*. Wax, Boot-trees; everj thing a uses I»m can find at H. C lIIJ6EL TON'S. mx B. A CALIFORNIA OHUNOGO AND SLAUGHTER. Prices oa Sole Leather, 28, 31, 34, 35, and 38, according to quality tits* Call and Examine my /Stock. 2STO TROUBLE TO SHOW Q-OOX3S. ,».vs-o B> C. HUSELTOW. CONSUMPTION CURABLE by DR. SCHENCK S MEDICINE.—To cure consumption,.the system oin* be prepared so that tlie lungs will heal. To acomplinh this, the liver and stomach must first Ie cleansed and an appetite created for good wholesome food, which, by theee medicines will be digested pfnpor.y, and good heal ihy blo«»d made; thus bdttdir.g np th<i nonsMtotion, SCIfBNCfK'fi MANDRAKE PILES cleanse the stomach, | of all bilious or mucous accumulations, and, by using | the Sea Weed Tvtiic In connection, the appetite isre ' stortd. | SCIKNCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP is nutrieious as ! Well as medicinal, and, by using the three remedies. | .ill impurities are expelled fr.im the system, and goo i wholesome blood made, which will repel all disoaso. 1 patients will take theoe medicines according to dire - tiomt. Consumption very frequently in i's l.tst sta ? | yields readily to their action- Take the pills frequent- I ly to cleanse the liver and atumach. It doeii not follow I that because the bowels are not costive they are not required, f«»r sometimes (a diarrhoea they are necessary The stomach must b* kept bs.xlth\. and au appetite , created to alb>w tho Pulmonic Syrup to act on the respiratory organs prqierly and alla> any irrlhitii>n j Then'ill that Is required' to perform a permanent cure. | is to prevent taking cob!. Fxerciie about th'e roo.u a much aa p jsiihle, eat all the richest foo! —fat meat j and. in fact, anything tho appetite craves, but be p aitienlar and miMticatu well ['2nd w ea mo, ly The American Citizen. I."* published every Wednesday in the borough of Rut •. by <! K ANnrlfOi. in Keitn* I'.uildirig Main Afreet oppooite thv .l,i»K II -lie a year, if paid in sdvance, : ait L*.'. ; the first first six tn •nth* -, or 'iftO >f not paid nntii iftol j the f.\piration o the first six tu< nths. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, &e Onaaqunre one insertion ...; M $! i 1 j colniuu f<»r stx m»>ntlrt ... 12 •j -'duinn f-»r sis months. 1 eoluoin f"f »lx ir.iiith* c'lumti for mo jear 7l> do ! • f-ssional aud Itusines* Cards not ex«.ei> ling h linen, one year iCxe«'Ut-irs,Adl)iiriistrat« »ssnd Auditor'*>i >ticea.oa«:h.:; M'pii "*'! "♦ 112 t L-cense-. ea. I ' Kstrays Notice# ot Dissolution, , not •xcemting 1 sqiisre, 3 Insertions e»eh " I ' lines of Nonpareil,or its ei|uivalent, «ill make ■» c lOP WoRR 4 sheet hani bill, 50 eopiea Mess 5! 0 Full " " - .../.'...A «H' RLAKM. For at»> quantity under ft qtures. >1 .VI ]<ei quite on all uuou3*» ovnr that, a reasonable reduction will be made Single pack 1.. <1 ftii; each sdditiotia pat k ftO ere Iticaatoper line fur each mneftloti. UEATns Ann MARHItURS. will be pulilishe>l gratis, a here the same doea not ••xceo i 6 lines : mr t'ach additional line, ft cts. will be charged AdTertisements of O. r. Sale. Kxecnt<>rs, Aduunistra tors and Auditor's notici>«; I.stieyi, |)i»« .lution of Part nership. Cantloiin. and all tra-isieni a-ltertisenients *l>T '■ K. ANDERSON, Editor Rud Proprietor. Deo. 14 R« . T*~ —- ilea* " A Complete Pictorial History of the Times." '*Tho best, cheapest, an^most successful Family Paper in the Union.'' HARPER'S WEEKLY, SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED Critical Notice* of tht Prrtt The Mann. New*p<pcr of our country—complete in all the departments of tin American Family i'apor— Harplr*m v\ ekrlt ha» enined for itself •« right to its ti t!e, " a jouknal of civilization..'— JYrtc l'vrk Evening jy>st. Our future historians will enrich themselves out of llAarrVrt Wrlri.t long after writers, and printer*, and publishers are turned tojinit.—A T CW York Ernntiehtl. Harper's Walrlt may be unreservedly declared tho best newspaper iu America.— The Independent, yew YTI. The articles upon public questions which appear in llarim r's Weekly from w >ek te week form a retnarka> Isle seiies of brief political essays They are distin guish«Nl by clear and pointed statenie.ut, by good com uion sense,by iudepeudence and breadth of view They nre the axpreaobm of matnra conviction, high princi ple, and st»ong £»elin£. aud tuke their place among the l»est newspaper writing of tho time.— Xurth Amtrtcan Jlevietr. liontun y Matt. m ■»€ ■«. ■ m tn. m P+ m* Tho Publishers have a system of mailing by which they can supply tiie MaoaSIKR. Wiiklt, aud lUZAR piouiptly to tbooo who prefer to ree« ive theit pe riodi.als directly from the Oflice of Publication. Post masters arel other's dosirous of getting up Clubs will be Ntipplied with a Show-U.U on appl cation The postage on Hartkr's Webri.t m*> cents n year, which mast be paid at the tybicrilxr't post-office TEIIMS. Hvrprr's Werklt, odo year $4 00. Au extra copy of either the Maoarine, H'rrblt, or Bazar will be supplied gratis for every Club of Fiva Saiwcriulrs at |4.uo each, in ouo roaittßucs: or Six Copies tor §Ju 00. liack Numhei s can l>o supplied at anv time. The Annual Volumes of liARHik s Wrsklt. in neat cloth bimliug, will be i>ant b> express, flee of expense, for S.* each. A complete Set. comprising Ten Voi umea, sent on receipt of cash at the rate ol 3> 2b per volume, freight at expeuse oi purchaser. Volume XI. roady January Ist, IMk. »% srut from British North American Provinces nimst he *< c<'inp.tnivd with «u ceuts niiut tiuna/, to prepay Uuited States p.istago Addreas liAUPLU A UiiUTHERS, Nov 20, lui. Fiankiin S«|uai«, New York. Notice to Builders. PR')POSa I.M 112. r the l.aiMln* oT TWO 8C110..L HOUSED in Concord tnvaahip. Butter county. Pa. i Will t»e received hy tho ho.rd ol D 'rectors of snid tp., at Middletowu. ou S tturdav tho -"loih of Noveuinef. at ( I o'clock, P. M Plan and of building made known at any time by W. C. Ulonn or William j Starr at Middietown. Byonler of tho Boaad •ov. 16,"67- »t.; W. C. See>. l" Where Will I Buy ?" Is a question In the mind* of every one an tlio Holidays approaching, and one of great Importance ti< nil. and expeelally to those wlio think of making purchases in WATCHES & JEWELHY, or Anything pertaining to it. We would hollcit calls from those visiting eur city during the Holiday Season, to examine our largo and well selected stock of WATCHES, MUSICAL BOXES, CLOCKS. SPECTACLES. GA> OME.TERB, SILVER WARE, THERMOMETERS, And ull kinds of O-ooids. O-ooids. DIIKNEAVII A IIA§L£TT, JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS, .%<B Vlfftlft Wt Opposite Masonic Hall. PITTSSURGH. PA. Nov. 13,1807,2ui. PREMIUM TRUNK FACTORY. JOSEPH LIEBLER MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN TBiiHKS, VALISES AND TItAVEI.IXU BAON, NO 10 4 V l / 00 D STRFET, jpirsßxr der» promptly filled and •.itisfaction guarantee i IN« v 13 18 .7—3 m >rt G. W. PUSEY, n IIOLEMALF. A 1* C/r A 21. DEALER IN ! Choice Fninily Groceries .A IN" ID TEAS. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, riIKLES, AC all kinds of country promjcb SOLII o\' COSIMISSION, And Prompt Remittance Made. No. 49 FEDERAL STREET, Allegheny City. Not. 13,15C7, ly THE RURAL AMERICAN FOR 1863 H« lance of volume for 1 867 Free. rp 11 IS highly popi.l»r Knrrocr . and fruit (irowrr'a I (miiliaht'd »( l.ric*. N Y , on lho l.t »„d 16th «>t each in -nth . at (1.50 a year, and every subwri l er r««*eiveo a U*ATI ITT, worth in tome cases, the FULL l SCB*cßirrio> Price! The Gratuities consist of fine Steel Plate Engravings; choice Grape Vines, including the Coitcoao, the boot grape in «xistmce • valuable Raspbcrrie# and Straw berries : the best cultivated. and numerous other things among which it is the EARLY GOODRICH POTATO, that yields o- er 6*9 nr»«m t..n oxt ofseed—the be* table oUto in existence. fo r nitumcr «r winter, an subjec* to no so phrase ! A package of these Potatoet is sent pr be and postpaid to nil sabacrlbtrs who re quest it that U sure to pr.»duce a Ulriicl or more, worth $5. a« they sold l.«»t}spritig! Ail C.ratuilits are sent THRR OPCIiARUR COB TR A (tSPoTATIOS! Over S.'K),OOO worth »112 \ ines. Ac., were ti.ui sent out iuloO'iaud 7,a1l of which gave great satisfaction The Ri-ral American is the best Practical paper for Farm*™ ami Fruit Growers in the United 8 tales and the CHBtFE?T. Send for a sample copy, which is sent fret, nndaee for V 'urselvoo what an rb-gant laige pa per it is. iulA page quarto form, to bind at the en,l of 'he year. • yon remit 81 50 forft for Mag you will re ceive the balance of the Toliiuie for l>-fl7 rail fr'om THB time T »UR Mo*et REACHKa Mr., and tbrtiiigh IMS for your money, and a UK iTUITT on you shall select! The full details of these magnificent offors will ! >e found in tue Rural American AGENTS W aNTKD. —I want a Club Agent in overv town in the United Mates as my paper it* National in lt« character, and ci>culnt-*s In every State in the Uniuu The immense sncreo* of the Rural American, bavin* the largest circulation of any paper in thlscountrv that is entitled to be ctlled .a Practical 'Agricultural and liorti cultural publication, enables me to give to Club Agents more foi their services, than is offered by any other publisher! The I'remirm list ie magnificent em bracing Concoid and other Urape Tin a, by the Hund red and Thousand down to a single vfne ; valuable Watches, splen Id hunter c»-w %Httra D.-übl- Gold Plated, worth S„'s. for only forty subscribers, that can be obtained In iwo or three days : aU. the celebrated Roper. Four Mom.ting RepeatMig Shot Oun, that L sold for #ft», ami many oUier valuable things Hurt ma* be found dewcrilied in ihe paper hut • 50.0J0 very Ikt two j ear old Concord Grape > iu.s for sal», at vnchalf the prices that others **ll the same quality uuu age for 1 Address "T. B. Minor, CliO> too, OueidaCo , Naa.L-iy oditorial office aud vlue yardsare |oc«t:>d there KOT. «tb 17«7. lew Goods at Cireatly Reduced Prices t JUST OPENING One Case Prints at from - 9to 16 cts. | 64 Water-proof Cloaking, $1 40 Brown and Bleached Muslins at 9 cts. & upwards* Balmoral Skirts, « - -$125 & upwards. Jeans, - - - 18 " " " Balnkets, - • « $4 75 M " 1 • ' New Stylo De Laines, - -25 " Coverlets, • - - $2 00 to $4 To. Plain Alpacas, all colon, • 50 " o : ALSO A FULL LINE OF / RENGII MERINOES, I C L O TH 8, I GLOVES, CO BURGS, \CASSIMERES, \II OSI E R Y, NOTIONS, do Also 200 Army Blouses, lined, at $2 TO CITHER WITH A TINE ASSORTMENT Or Clothing* Boots and Shoot. Hardwaro, Qrooorios* lo.« to which the attention of purchasers is requested at CHARLES DUFFY'S, Corner of Jfisiiu Street and Church Alley, BUTLER, PA. September 18, 0/—°mof.J * ITS EFFBOT 18 !HIRA€UIiOVS. Tho old, the young, the mlddls aged ontto tp HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. Ytltun entlrtlr nsw scientific dfacorery, oor rnftny of the most powerful and restorative slants In tiie vegetable kingdom. Wo ltava itirli confidence !n Iti meriN, and nt* fo sure it will do all ws claim for It, that we affee SI,OOO Rewnrd If the SiriLTAst HAIB HMEWBB doei not gire rate (•faction In >ll run when uied in itrlct *eeo«o •nee witii our instruction*. HALL'B Tueinble Sicilian Hair litnewr liu proved lt»«lf to l>e the mont perfect prep«m<ie« for tne H*ir erer offered to the public. It il * refutable compound, und eonUlnt Injurious propertiei whatever. It ia not » I>re, It itrikcs »t the Root« end fllle tlie gland* witli new Lifo and colorin( laaMer. JT WILL TIESTOKB CHAT HAIH €9 IX9 ORIGINAL COLOR. II trill Utrp the Hair from falling •»<«. X» •liiiurl lh» Senlp, Md mnktt •*« II tOFT, LUSTROUS, AND BILKRB IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I No person, old or young should fril *o tiso It u recmnmtnriel and usca Iff ths FUiST ICAL AUTHORITY. |Y Ask for HALL'S V*G«TADLJI BK*LIA* II A lit H E?*l. WEU, and take no other. The Proprietors offer the SIOIMAM TIAIR KEwr.n to the public, entirely confident that it wIJI bring back the hair to its original color, promote K§ growth, and in nearly all ensas whern it has fs"en off will restore it unless the person is very aged. ii. P, HALL A CO. Proprietor* A'toAue, Ji. IL Ht" Sold by all Druggists. 1868 ) HOW TO GET (1868 A SEWING MACHINE. Without its Costing any Money AN EASY, PLEASANT. ANDCEKTAIN WAV. THE publishers of "AUTHIJitS HOVE IIAO tZINI." ar<d tba elegant and attractive periodical. 'THE CHILDREN'S Hour," edited oy T 8. Arriu s, make tbe following exceedingly liberal ofTtrs . for fifty sul acribers 1O '-The llonie Msgasine*" (TermsS.'avear) ti.ev will send a WIM.COX AG!ltUl>, mWHKKI.EHA WILSON or a HOVUK SKWiNO MA CIIINE. worth •.V>, ni«nnf«cturers' caali price. For seventy-tire si»bacri»'ers to ''The Children's Hour." »TermS |l 2i a yaar) they will send on* uf the above marbio«" For fur'.y M ChJldran's Hour" an i twenty "Hume Mneszir e. " thew send a machine as abnv*. Tbe subscribers need not all be sent at ona time, ■or from the same •■fllre. 4arSp» imon numbers of Home Magizins, 15 cents. Specimen s umbers of Children's Moor, lOccuts. Circa* Isrs accompany them, giving full particulars, ana coo tailing besides otbar and very attractive premium of fers. t The Heme Msgazlne to too well krovn to require special mention, and Tha Children's Hour is pronounc ed the purest, most beautiful and attractiv« juvenile magavine published In this and any other country. In almost any populous neighborhood, or to*vn of moderate sire enough subscriber* to get a machine can easily be obtained. 44* Will yon not take Ibis ont, and hand it to soma person in your neighborhood who may be giad 112 avail uf the offer. A little concerted action ainurig ihe friends of a poor industrious woman, anxious to help bsrself, would easilv get her a eewiog machine" '•The Children's Hour'' is so bea'itifnC attractive and cheap, that it can be introduced without troublainto al> must any family where there an- children We vary, in ibis, the inducement* of our general ad vertisement. in order to make it as anay as pn«nible AsJ-l*u not be deterred from making an effort, for fear it miy be labor lust. Get all tbe subscribers you can, and if the number falls elmrt, then wHtt to us and we will let you know what additional sum of money to send in order to stcuie a machino. We w!i alwavs make this sum a« strati a- po«.ibls. It will range. bV twaeu SlO and eJU. Uemcu t i sr taat tha cash pr:cb of themacliing is F ,">5. Address T. S. ARTHUR I SON, fcqe aud all ChsstoaiaL, Philadelphia, pa. 2fov.Cth 187 T. Valuable Farm for &tle. mOK undersigned offers t> r sale, 130 serea *t 1_ good land, silimted in Summit townaliip, But ler ouunty, Ha., 3U miles East of butler, on the road leading bom butler to Klttaiiiiing : about luu acre* cleared and in a high state cultivation Tha im provements are, two dwelling houses—one brick, and the uther fraiue, aud a good frame barn; an excellent and never-failing spring This f*am is situutedcoueea ient to a good acbo<j!, good irills, ami stores. There are about 100 bearing fruit ireee. For further particulars inquire at theCiTisax oAee, or of the enbecril»er,lJrii»f oa tbe premises Ort. Ib,f7-. ff) BlMOy P.TOryOe OROIDLiX di WALTER, I» IDLERS, HAVING given th^lr Mill a thorough repairing. »nd placed it in excellent order, they are now ready to do all kinds of custom work uid at the shortest n< tice. Wheat and Rye Flour alwaya on hand Rye and Mixed Chops aud Tirana o different kinda, constantly on haed. ibca. I *?* ■■ K.mr Tbe highest price will bepaid in cash for wheat de vered at their Mill. (Lutler, Aug- 28,'^7 —3mo JOHN 2V. MEMOS, : Confectioner and Cake Bake No. 10U Federal Street, Allegheny city, Pa. Ica Cream, Soda Water, Fruits, Nuts, Jellies, Pickles Ac., always on hand. kW Partienlfr attention paid to orderi. May 2i, Wrt7, Ivr Executor's Notice. WIIERRAB. Letters, Testaasentat to lha aetata of Th miKs Kelly, late of Washington tp ~ But er county. dse'd, have this dar *Oct lrt, 18<J7>, b»-en pranted to the undersigned by the Register . 112 said j county: -II psiaons indebted tosnid estate, are here by required to make immediati payment, and all per sons having claims or demandi au«inat Hie name will pr*»«-nt them duly authenticated for aettlement to the subscribers. men ART) K EI.LT . THOMAS D. KELLY. Oct. I*. *o7—it • Execntars. GGBEY'S LADY'S BOOKi FOR IS6Q. rnifg CHBAI'KST or LAOIES MAGAZINES, BK- L CAUSE IT Its TilK HE. T ! Tha friend of woman tne arbiter of fashion, tbe enowugsr and publisher .»( tbo best literature of tba day, the pattern from which all others copy. HEADING MATTER. In thin there will be an improvement. Tbe volume ! for U6S w.'l be set up with nyw-faced tjpe. and of a I fti/.e that W» «nable iu to git ean additional quantity' . 112 r.-aditi, filter, amounting to about twelve pagesiu \ each nurobm. Beautiful Steel Plates, Of the** the LAOT'S **ook contain Fourteen each year, superior (ws challenge comparison) tc any pub- • liabad in this country, either in book or periodical. ] The Literature of the' Lady * Boole. ] SIAIIION IIAKLAND. Authoretl of *'Alttne," "Hidden Path," "Aion Side," "Nemctit,"and Mariam." who contributes to no other monthly publication, will furnld. a new novel tor IHW, called "PntMis KOWH.VD" that will run thr» u*h the year. Her atories are anx lously sought nfier, and as they are copyrighted can be found nowhere but in Oopti, Our f.>iuier clicisnt corps of writers has also been retained. OTJJR. F * BHION PLATHB The original double fasi >n piatea will ba coutinted. 1 MODEL rO r TAGES — Tha only mag«r.in« in tbia country that gives these designs is tba Ltor s BOOK. DRA WlN<* LESSONS —In this wears also alone ORIGINAL MVSIC Godey a is tha only magazine in which music prepared expressly for it appears. We have also a CbilditVs, Horticultural, and a Health dupar intent, OODEY'B INVALUABLE RECEIPTS upon every «-u»»ject. for tha Boudoir. Nursery , Kitchen lioU«e, aud l«aundiy TIT ED IXVkA rJNGS— This ia a series of eLgra vings that no one has attempted bat ourselves. LADIES' FANCY WORK DEPARTMENT.— Sums of the DVHIGNE >u ibis department ate punted IU colors, in a style unequalled. TERMSFOR 1868. year §-100 Two copies, one year S 50 Three copies, one year 7 60 Four copies, one year 10 00 Five copies. one year, aud an extra copy to tue peteon grtiing up the club, inaktn* six copies 14 00 Eight copies, "in* year, and an extra copy to the person getting up the club, making nine cop ei 21 00 Eleven copies, one year, ami an extra Copy to tbe pe* sou getting up the club.tnaktnjf twelve copies 27 M) (••Kiev's Lady s Hoc k and Arthur* Home Ma; axine will be sent one year on receipt of $| 00. Uodwy'a l.ad>'s llOok and Tbe Children's Hot • will be aent one year on receipt of $3 50. Godsjr's Lady's I'.o-'k, Arthur's Home Maffftti' *. and rbildren's Hour will be sent Site year «»n receip to 15 00. a «L. Canada subscribers umst send 21 cents ad itional for every subscription to the i*dy's Book, and 1 ' rents for either of tbe othur magazine*, to pa. be An erioan //O WTO REMIT —ln remitting by Mail, a POST orrtci OKDKR or a bnxrr, payable to the "rcfrr of L A. G<*lfg, is preferable to bank notes as, should tbe Or der or Draft be lost or stolen, it can be renewed without b>en to the sender, If a Dralt or a Post-offlre Order can not he procured, send Uuitad states or National Hank notes. Address L. A. ftodey, N. E. Corner SimtA and Ch fit nut btreeti. Oct. ao, e:.) PHILADELPHIA Appralnonicnl I.IHIK. THE following Appealaament Lists, of property re tamed by widows under tbeCtb Section of Act of Aosen.My of 14th of April, 1851. have been filed in the fflee of Clerk of Orphan' Court, aa follows, sis : O C. No. 9 September term, ISG7 ; Mrs. Nancy 8 Brown, widow of I U Brown, late of Mercer tjwuship ; dee d; personal property amounting to 910 20. ALEX. BROWN. Jr., Adra'r. 0. C. Nn. —September f»rm IHO7 ; Mr*. M«ry Mecb ling, widow of John Mecblmg. ltae of Washington tp., j dec'J; personal property amounting to s.'j>n no j JOH> A JOSEPH L. AfKCHLI.VG, Es'rs. ; Of which the heirs, legatees, devisees, diacributees, creditors, aud others iat«reate<l, will tak«* notice; and 1 be and ap|tear before our Judges at an Orphaun' Court, [ te be heUJ at Butter, in and for the county of Butier, } on Wednesday tbe 20th cf Novemt>er next, to ebow j cauee, if any they nity have, why said appraisements should not bs cuufi.nied aheoiutely FRANK M EASTMAN, Oct. 23, '«7.') Clerk of O. C. RANTED. Agenta tr» can vase fir the most siccsssfu! subscrip tion book in tb«« market Our Agents are meeting *ith unparaltdled success. We pay tba no usually large cotamiaaiuD offl 9U par copy. Address IRWIN* k CO*. F»r.W.VT-Ini) (I Tif% PlTts^crgb. tRING'S GRAY HAIR. Ttililathr nifinrni tkat ntojinaia feM \ Thia I* the Care that If Sf ' la th« AiiwoiU tMI Bta| m|| £TWf !• the Km «1m ««i Ml aawl Who now hat riTw locka, Ik#/ «*. U« un 4 the Gum that lay la tha AiißiouA tbat JU( mnita. \ Thli la tha Mnlden, hondacma and j mXJ pay, iA married lha man onae bald aad gßgktf gray, Wlto now hat raven locka, the/ say. Vp IB He used tlia Amobosia that Rtef mada. Thia Is tho Parson, who, hr the way. Married tha maiden, handaome and But who now haa raven EE , they frvause h* need tha CNire that lay la tho A jibuo»ia that Ring madi^ mBST") Thia la the Rail that rfngi away /* H fev'fo arouaa tha people aad and gay \ /MP wLr ( Unto thia fact, which here doaa lay— h/AHnH '/ you would not be bold or fray, ViIHW Jubmoxia thai King mad a. E. M.TUBBS ft CO., PMPdirron, Pf ttrboto', N.H. WHOLESALE. AGENTS: Nollcra A Vnn Oordft, Pittsburgh, PA. Or. Samuel Griihmi, ■ay 93, no. W-eow-lyr. BUTLRR, PA. THE VEHY LATKMT- Anderson, Fcnzold& Carson 48 81. Clair Street, PITTSBURGH, 1 f|IAKV ths liberty of informing thair customer*. and ! X *ha public generally tbat they ara now opening up I I fit* AX KXTIRK NSW STOCK OF "oodt • JVi» ! * l^aat ts ;.-WOOLEMS,- y.w »><*' ' Ntu which h*r. t.f«a cnr.fuMy from th. Goedt | JV«« LARGEST AND BEST HOUSES IN Good! A "* England & Friace. ,iow " NtW (inodt Oar stock consists in part of all tha finest iV«w and moat desirable style* of j Good* Sew ENGLISH. VRKNCH, >COTCO t AND \ rtntttl . AUSIKIAN SUITING. V «" _ _ \OM4, JWk. ■ m«» m •v« rir < I Good, A- "CHINCHILLAS, Good. v.., MOSCOW, \ aooit KSQUIMAUX.I SIBERIAN, l' v "* AND LION SKIN IJVaie. I (iooda „ ''BEAVER S,| 9 Good, i I of all colors. 1 »«, 1 God, \blacK. New si t7JT. Goodt .. I ako ir,v, '*"* A.VD DAL.'A Gwd, CLOTnsl \ Goods no Kit ml v.va. j G.od, heavy apd light wsigbt, aoltable for full! ■ v, » >ult». I ' v "» SILK BLUSn < AS?IV»mt AXD VEI,| Goad, VET VKBTINOS. 112 A<« j Good I ~:ur entire new stork being bought for cast, j and a full datermiaaiim to do tba ' Go*lt *i*"| Largest Trade in tbe City I :c ' , ° <i, ! yew l ! Go«ds i i Enable as too Cor great indiicsmaats to all: yew thus" w h o rn*y feei iat-liuwo ro ba Goedt fash'onal-i*. Wa flnttar .Veto urs-lTaa by saj- Goodi !lng, Ma yew tnro out n cthmg bit flrtt claaa flta. Good* % ni always tba y ew Very Late *t Tijp of Fashion, Ul we twk of yoa now u to call and a»- n . m or your»elra», and you will be riucad ihM tha fl!**a7 STOCE Of / ® oa * aOODS, - - ire to ba found at tha Elegant Stora Roitoi u 2 A. P. & CAEgOK, v« MERCHANT TAILOBi ;m< U V™ *» (r. (Xtm SiuvfimM «mH KmtelflW rr»«rm W&SHINOTO IV unary co* # FRtlADtLnn*. r> njurmn BT THE STATE of WIMSNITSR NIA, AND OUOAtfIZJID IN AID Of TfTC BItERSIDE zrcsrrrxcT* foi ft)CoAn*a sajrbrfncKT Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans, Incorporated by the State of A'tte Jerteg, IPKIL TTK.IA;. SOBSCRIFTIONJJNE DOLLAR, The Washington Library Company oi mxci o thrall* c&utna inn r* tCOOBJUXOB WITH IT9 PBOTftIQB% will distribute Three Hundred Thousand Dollars lisr PKBBENTB TO THE SHAREHOLDERS, On Wednesday, Bth of Jan uary next, AT pkiu&EU*MA. m: Or at the Institute, River»idc,N. J. One Present, worth $40,000 One Present, worth 20,000 One Prueot, worth 10,000 One Present, worth 5,000 Two Presents, worth $2,500 saoh 5,000 One Present, valued at 18,000 Two Presents valued atsls,oooeach3o,ooo One Present valued at 10,000 Four Presents, valued at 5,000 each 20,000 Two Presents, valued at 3,000 each 6,000 Three Presents, valued at 1,000 each 3,000 Tweoty Presents, valuod at 500 each 10,000 Ten Presents, value ! at 300 each 3,000 Three Presents, valued at 250 Mch 750 Twenty Presents, valued at 225 each 4,500 Fifty-f'ive Presents valued at 200 each 11,000 Fifty Presents, valued at $75 each, 4,750 One Hundred and Ten Prasents, val ned nt SIOO each, 11,000 Twenty Presents, valued at $75 each 1,500 Ten Piesents, vslued at SSO each 500 The remaining Presents consists of articles of use and value, appertain ane to the diffusion of Literature and tbe Fin# Arts, $82,000 $300,000 Each Certificate of Stork Is acoetrpanled with a Beaut'ful Stool-Plate Engraving, WORTII MORE AT RETAILTUAN THE COBT OF CERTIFICATE Acd alo Inauats to the bolder a PRESENT IN THE GREAT DISTRIBUTION. Subscription One Dollar. Any person sending us ONE DOLLAR, or paying the name to our local Agents, will receive immediately a fine Fteel Plate Engraving. at choice from the fullew ing lift, aud One Certificate of Stock, insuring One Pret ent in the GREAT DISTRIBUTION. ONE DOLLAR ENGRAVINOS. No. !.—"My Child! My Child I" N0.2 —••They're flared ! They're "aved !" No. 3—''Old Seveuty-eix or, the Early Days of the Revolution." TWO DOLLAR ENGRAVINGS No. I.—"Washington'# OouMshin," No 2.—'Wash ington's Last Interview with hie Mother." THREE DOLLAR EWJBAVINGS. Any person paying Throe Dollars will receive the beautiful Stoel Plate of ' HOME PROM THE WAR" and ThreeCertificates of Stock, fbocomng entitled le Three prceenta. !, FOUR DOLLAR ENGRA\INOS. Any person paying Fonr Dollars shall receive the large and splendid Stoel Plate of "THE PERILS OF OUR PORK PATH Kltfl." and Fonr Certificates of Stock, entitling then to Four FIVE DOLLAR ENGRAVINGS. Any pera"n who pnye Five Dollars shall receive the large aud splendid hteel Plate of •THE MARRIAGE OF POCAHONTAS." and Five Certificates of Stock, entitling them to Five Presents. The Engravings and Certificates will be delivered Co each subscriber at our Local Agencies, oraent by mail post paid, or express, as may be ordered. HO W TO'OUT A IN SUA RXSAXD MSG ft A VtNOs. Send orders to us by mall, enclosing from ft to «'JO either ny Post Office orders, or In « registered letter, at our risk. Larger amounts should be sent by draft'or • xpres 10 shares with Engravings, $9 50 25 shares with Engravings, 23 60 , fl't shares with Engravings, 46 50 75 shares with Engravings, 09 00 100 shares with Engravings, 90 OO Local Agents Wanted throughout tbe United States. THE RIVERSIDE IJVSTITUTB, Situate at Riverside. Burlington County, New Jersey, is founded for the purpose of gratuitously educating the sons of deceased Soldiers aud S«amen of Ibe Uni ted States. The Board of Trustees c n«fst* of tha f>llow'ng well known citizens of Pennsylvania and New Jersey : HON. WILLIAM B MANN. District Attorney, Philadelphia, Pa. HON. LEWIS R BROO if ALL, Ex-Chief Coiner U. fl. Mint, and Recorder of Deeds Philadelphia, pa HON. .1A MES M SCOVEL, New Jersey. HON W. W. WARN. New Jersey IIENRY GORMAN, Kaq., Agent Adams' Qxpreaa, Phil adelphia. Pa. J. E. COE, Esq ,of Joy, Coe A Co., Philadelphia. TaiASttRT DrPAXTurrtT, WAgHiwoTojr, D C., April H lfii*7.—Office of Internal Revenue.—Having reoeiv«»d satisfactory evidence that the proceeds of tho enter prise conducted by the Washington Library Company will he devoted to cbsntable uses, permission is hereby granted t-> said Company to conduct such enterprise, exempt from ail charge, whsthor from special tax or other duty. E A. ROLLINS, Commissioner The A •soclatlon hare appointed-aa Receiver, Messrs GEORGE A. COOKE A Co., *1 South Third Street,Phil add phi*, whose well known integrity and business ex perience i |>e a sufficient guarantee that the money entrusted to :hem will.be promptly applied to the nut p -se stated. Pnir.ArxLruiA, Pa , May 20, 1*67. , To the Officeri and Member* of the Washington Libra' rj Company, A'. 8. UK AD, Secretary Gentlomen.—On tecaipt of yonr favor of the I6th-, inst., notifying us ef our appointment as Receivers f., r jour O iiiiwcv, we took tbeliboity to su'unit a copy of your Chartur, with a plan of vo-tr enterprise to en - mi neat legai authority, and having received l his fevor*- h'.e opinion in regard to its legality, and sympathising with tbe benevolent object of your Association, vi* : the education and main tal nance of the orphan children of our soldiers aud sailors of tbe Rivereide institute,, wo have concluded to accept th»* trust, and U» use oqr best efforts tu promote so worthy an object. P*«j ectfuity, yours. Ac OKORG* A COOIiK A 00. Address all letters and orders t> GEO A. COOKK ACO . BANK ERS, 33 South Third Btreot Philadelphia, P». Receivers for the Washington Libraiy Ao. Novensber 13th, OJJ7, FRANK H. JOHNSTON, H. D., ifhysiciau k JNrftMtt,' KARRIBTILLE, Hut lor County, Will promptly attand to all buaiueas sotrueted ho hi* care. KEFKRKSOES: I>r. Crawford, P*. Dr. Pnowiien. Prankiin, Pa. Dr. lla«ttler, Cochraoton. Pa. Dr. Fowler. H«*rri»vill«, Pa. Drs. Foeter A Huffman, Clintonrllle, Pa. Dr. Cunlter. CentroTille, Pa. Dr. Livingston, •• " (julyS, WT—ly Wfvn m. Attorney at Law. HAVING reren<ly returned from CalifartsMi ha* resumed the practice of IJIW in Bull or. Particular attention given t« bsisinees, in the Stat% of California, eapecially collect lone; having made ar- 4 rangementa with rtspnntible parties In that Stat*. Office in Boyd's Building Mam Street. 4«gn*t 14th, 1N17—6 moe. J. 51. * J. PIBVUSCE, A tttrn »y» s» t Law,' 1 1 * r.osM *4 nk >l. f>f