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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

8 .JIIAKillSD, '.'- ' yn __ora-ctay, me ao.n ult., oy uisnop Sehweizerbarth, Jacob Gerwig, df Marion Tp., Behver county, to Sarah Eeb, of West Connoquenes-ing township, Duller county. On the 31st of July, by _ishop W. A. Fetter, Jacob Michel to Maiigari_t Miller—both of this Borough. On the 3d of September, by the same, Mr". FiiEDEKrcn. Knei-, ol Franklin tp , Beaver co., to Miss Eva Miller, of East Connoquenessiug township. -.",——"" ¦ II " I I llll ll , ' ." ¦ ¦W.I I.LI IM . —.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

TaiaHiing & Cuwyiigag. THE undersigned informs the public tha! he has made an arrangement wilh Mr. A. C. -Iautis to carry on the Tanning and Currying bu-iness, in the borough of Butler, al the yard formerly occupied by William McQuistipn, and respectfully solicits a .hare of public patronage. Hides will be taken at my More at lhe highest market price. WM. S. UOYIX Sent 14, 1350.—tf.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Ad_B_i-__s.ra4j._-'-. ftotit--.. LETTERS of Administration having been granted to the undersigned, by the Regi_;er of Buller county,on lhee.tale of EdwaRd Denny, deceased, late oi Wayne township, Armstrong couniy—therefore, alt persons indebted lo said es.ate. will mako immediate payment; and persons having claims, will pie-.ent tho .arne lo the undersigned, duly authenticated for settlement, according to law. The Administrator will meet the creditors and others havir g busine.s wilh the. estate, al the house of Mr John Benner, in Cbylesviile, Clearfield township] on Saturday the' 28th of September instant, i PATRICK DENNY, Adm'r. September 14, _85U.—G.-pd

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

*___Lrj_W^_Lk_ff l-._- 2b Farmers, Meclianits, end all whom it may concern. You iieudjiio longer be imposed upon. by counterfeits! For twelve and a half cents you can obtain a caidof printed rules by whicti you can easijy detect counterfeit notes on any bank. For jsale-by James Hall at his Book Store on main! street, Butler. Sept. 7 1850. [ §a_'as( -Hesters-/pq AME^lo the-plantation of the subscribe \J living in West Connoquenessing town> ship, about tbe 10th of August ult, two STRAY HEIFERS,—one is a dar^ brindle,—tlie other . is red and white spotted—no other marks perchivable en eitherl They are about three <years old. The owjner or owners are requested to come forward!, prove propeity, pay charges and take them [away, or otherwise they will be disposed of iaccorttitig to law. HENRY DUTTER. Sept. 7, 1850-3ti . HeiNiiitisiffition .Vottce. ""5KTOT1CE is hereby given, that Letters of _[-\j Administration on the estate of William Donaldson, deceasied,' late ol Mei...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

STOLEN FROM the pasture-fie Id of the subscriber living in Clearfield township, en the night of Monday ttys 12th instant, a SORREL HORSE, with a srtiall while star in the forehead; sjbo.ut 15 hands-high; had on. when stolen a shoe on lhe right lore foot, and none on other feel; was seven years old la.t spring.— No other marks recollected. The subscriber offers S10 for any ijifoTiuation that may lead to celling tbe horse. : fc' ° JOHN.SCHUE. Clearfield Tp.. August 20, 1850.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Ac.mini§l|pator's Motice. TAKE notice, that Letters of Administration hare be^n granted to the undersigned by lhe Register; of Butler county, on the estate of I.obsut G. Black, deceased, late of Mercer township, Butler couuty. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate, will make immediate payment; and persons having claims, will present the same to the undersigned, duly authenticated for settlement, according to law. I' WM. A. GILMORE. Adm'r., NANCV A. BLACK, Adm'x. \ August 24,' 1850;—6t Small Notes fgg& ECEIVE'DJat Par fo tho 21st day of JOL August infant. . Aug. 3, 1850. ; J. A. NEGLEY.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

, 1ST M FIRE 11HSIB. THE undersigned has been appointed Agent for the "STATE MUTUAL FIRE ;L\_>UI.ANCB COMPANY, of Uamsburg," incorporated at lhb recent session Of thd Legislature. This Company is incorporated upon the mo-t-equitab!e plinciplos of any now in existence in the State; and unquestionably affords those who may insure with lhe said Corporation very great advantages^ _-ly intention is to shortly canvass the county for the purpose of giving every person an opportunity of making insurances. If any persons should desire to do so immediately, befqie he visits them, they can do so by addressing by letter, or by visiting the subscriber in the Borough ot ProspecJ, in this county. JAMES WHITE. Prospect, Aug. 21, 1850.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

MlHil'S HOME GAZETTE. The subscribers have commenced the publication of a-New Weekly'Paper for Families, with the above title, to be under iho entire editorial control of T. 8. ABTKUB, Who will concentrate upon it alI,or nearly all, of his literary labors. The design of this paper is clearly expressed in tbe title—" HOME GAZETTE " lt will be, emphatically, a paper of tho home circle—a household companion —a pleasant fireside friend, coming to all wilh a cheerful countenance, and seeking, while it imparts instruction, to entertain, and interest all classes of readers. A leading feature of lhe "Home Gazette" will be a Scries of Original Nouvcllcttcs by the Editor! Who will furnish somo four or five of these pictures of domestic life, wiilten in his best st) le, for every .volume. The 'Home Gazbtte' will, be the organ of no party nor sect; nor will it be the exponent of any of the isms of the day. But it will faithfully advocate the right, and seek) by every means, to widen the cir...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

BUS. mSON & ViNDVORT, Surgeon SPentijsts, No. 204, head of SmithBeid street. PITTSBURGH, PA. "n\R. WILSON will visit Butler every two _ j J? months,_at which (imes he will attend to all operations iu Dentistry which may be psesented-AU orders left with Dr. Gettts, in Buller, will meet with prompt attention. August 10, 1850.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Dissolulioirof Part._crsl_ij), THE partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the firm ot Hei»RY & MiLLiN'GAR, in the Mercantile business, was dissolved by mutual consent on the 15th day of June ult., Mr. Millingar having disposed of his interest, the business hereafter will be conducted by Mr. Joseph Henry. C. A. MILLINGAR, July 20, 1850. JOSEPH HENRY. OB. W. J. RAf-DOLFH ^gggilk RESPECTFULLY tenders his pro-^xS2£r fessional services to the citizens of Ejpgf Buderand viciniiy. All calls prompt-^ffiTjl ly attended to atall hours, when not protissionally engaged. Residence on the Southwest corner, of Cunningham and Wayne streets, in the brickbuilding owned by Patrick Kelly, Jr. ' - May 7, 1850. DR. T. B. DEWOLF, OFFERS his professional services to the ciiizens of Butler and vicinity. When counsel is requested, Dr. H. C. DeVYolf can be consulted without extra charge. Office in the building formerly occupied by Dr. H, C. DeWolf. Butler, Juno 15, 1850.....

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

'Copper, Tin,andSheet Iron Ware, MOEEROIEBL THANKFUL for the liberal share of pa Ironage they have received from their friends, now wisti lo inform the public that they are prepared to furnish at their shop nearly opposite Klingler's tavern, all kinds of-articles in the Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron tine.— They have rioflv and will constantly fct fep on hand, a large assortment of Tin, Capper and Sheet Iron Ware, which they will sell at Wholesale or reta'd, as.Iow as they can be purchased in the City of Pittsburgh, or-any other place in iho west. Country Merchants would do well lo call and examine their prices before gin'1'lo city. . ^ . The highest priee.willbe paid for old Brass aiid Copper, either iircalh or trade. • ' .- MOHLER & B1EHL. April 13, 1850. "|fft ICE—rliesf quality of Rico lot ,6 1-4 JOL cts. per lb., ut tho -^ - •-. PEOPLE'S STORE, Bilny-Il. 1850. • -j ' C1 0FFEE.—I2ic-_i-perlb.v fur tho.bjst j' Rio Coffee, for sale by J. BERG & Co.. April 27 „ -"...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

JSdministvalors JVoltce. TAKE notice, that Letters of Ad__inistra« tion have be'en granted to theiindersign* ed by the Register of Butler county, on the es* tat? of Major W__i_'_i_ Stewart, deceased, late of Cherty township, Butler county. A persons knowing theixiselves indebted to said estate, will make immediate payment; and persons having claims, will present the samo to the undersigned, duly authenticated for settlement, according-to law. _ '„ ; .' The Administrator will meet the creditor's fo; seitlemont on lhe 13th! of July next ai lhe late residence of said decedent in Cherry township. - JAS. A. GIBSON,- Adm'r. - . Jane 22, 1850.—Judjb 29.—6t

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Administrator's KoUca FTP HE undersigned has (akenout Letters I - of Administration on the estate ot Joseph Sheely, late of Buffalo township, Butler county, deceased. All persons owing said estate aro required to make immediate payment ^ aud those having claims against said estate, are requested lo preseiit tha,same duly authenticated. ; Ti H. TOt&Y, Adm'r. - Saxonburg, June 22] 1850. ^

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

MILL- W.RENT. THE undersigned joffers for rent for a ternl of years ihe FLOURING* and SAW MILLS near the Borough of Butler, belonging to the estate of A. M'Gall, dee'd. Tho Flouring Mill is calculated for either steam or water power. The Steam Engine is in very good order and will requirefbnt little repair. The dam having been swept away will reqhire rebuilding, which, withlthe other necessary re« pairs to the tylills and engine, can be done by lhe lessee in payment gf the tent. Good Be. curity will be required from the lessee 16 re* build ihe dam, make] the necessary repairs* and to leave the property in good order and rejpair at iho expiratiorj of the lease. A dwelling house, stable and garden, are attached to the premises. . i : ! A. N. MEYLERT.-Butler, July 6, 1850;—2ro

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Mill and Land Property for Sale; THE subscriber offers for sale on accommodating terms' his Grist Mill and Saw Mill and 100 or upwards acres of land in Centre township, Buller county, situate on the road leading from- Sunbury lo tha Turnpike' at Foltz'—3 miles 'distant from Sunbury, and"2 from the turnpike;—wilh 30 acres cleared, 10 of which is meadow-; with dwelling-house and other suitable buildings thereon erected. Also—A first rate coal bank opened thereon. Or in case he cannot sell, he will exchange said property for a good farm; or he willgive itie same on lease lor a term of years for improvement. For further particnlars, enquire of Wm. Timblin,- Esq., in'Bmler, or ot the subscriber on the premises. ;<•¦ . HENRY BLACK. June 15, 1850.—3t

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

CAUTION. THIS is to caution all persons from trust ing my daughter Rachel on my account; as I am determined to pay no debts contracted by her. .-JAMES LOGUECherry Tp., June.15, 1850. REiaOTAIi.-S AMUI-L SYKES has removed his Confectionary Establishment to the building on.-Hain Street in DongaFs Bow, lately occupied by Mrs. Heineman for the same .purpose. He will keep on band all kinds of Candies, Nuts, Raisuis^-Figs, &c, &c. ALSO—AleT^eer, and Cider. ALSO—Soap, Tobacco, Bear's Oil, Cologne, He intends to keep on band a general assortment of every thing connected with his branch of business—and respectfully 'solicits a share of public patronage. ALSO^-Ice Cream, -Lemonade, Sarsaparilfa Boer, Sarsaparilla Soda, Oranges, and Lemons. Butler, June 8, 1850. - Exchange Buildings. W* S. BOYD is just receiving a second • supply of NEW GOODS. Also Twenty-five barrels fresh Mackerel. The Highest price paid for Wool in goods andcash. Butler, June 8, 1850. ; •

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

A CJRD. Jaiaies P. Alcorn, ___ __>. TO) ESPECTFULLY announces to the peo-Jtf%> plo generally, that he has permanently located himself in the borough of Prospect, for the purpose of practising Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, in all their various branches, June 1, 1850.—If . :

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Hurra for 'Our. House,' MR. JOHN ROBINSON has opened, refitted and renovated the public house on- the north-east corner of the Diamond and Main Street, and is how ready to accommodate the citizens of Butler and vicinity, and also the travelling public, in all things in hishne of business, such as PICKLED PIGS' FEET, LOBSTERS, TURTL&SOUP, &c., &c Meals served up on the shortest police.— Boarders taken by the day, week"or month, oa reasonable terms. His BAR is always furnished with the best and costliest Liquors of all.kinds lhat tbe city of I-itsburgh can afford. . Ho* respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. He is provided with good STABLING, ami sufficient to accommodate lhe travelling com mnnity. Buller, June 29, 1850.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

SETTEES, Rocking Chaita, and Chair work of every description maiiiiracfturei out of sluff of our "own Turning,''warranted good and cheaper than can ha purchased; elsewhere. Always on band and for Min by.-.;, I Fefc-i.. " ' ". J. MILLER.*¦&>:.-

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Notice to Teachers!! TKN Teachers, of gO!.d moral character, and fully competent to instruct iheir pupils in the common branches of English Education, wishing lo- oblain schools, may do so by appearing before the Committee ol Examination in Brady's Bend, on Saturday lhe 28th of September. 1850. By the request of the Bjard of Directors. D. W. M'LANE, Pres'l. P. Graham, Sec'y. September 14 1850.-31

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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