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that li it lauduhl
ti t i i . (Mil, uiml.nt
i nt''lin " '-hiii,.iiiiiian Trin- iiiUo Inlcit-st
(,no Sm icI v, will I i' lii-M in (lie '.mm I
IdHi'. in ,Im' I1"1""'!1', "ii I In' evening of
thei'-'l Ki'l'i'iim v. Ml per-mix, epceinlly
lalit". "'' nviMM'uiinv invited to h;
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IlF.CEirTS AND EXPENDITURES OP CLEARFIELD CO
FOR A. D. 1(V)8.
Tlnu iiir tlio
III' tillgs should l. up,
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' ''l llll expectation,
iii'i o nave no douU ae,.nsid.-rl,lo r..,
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lio is about to nuik
Tpl Col T Hill .T. I.KTTINU. Dill" llll
1 11.. . I ; .1 1 . I
rti'niro proi'ti"iy nnm-f imu una nun me
".' "'''"'""I'm purpose con . , i ;.. " prniu.-ai hi piu-ntum of t he i,.,it. r i.;.' in,
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re monster iui-4 nil. i , ...., I r. ......
.other. Wo (,.(,
tho inert ings f t10 ,;,
"y continue iith us much ro-s llie Atlantic in
i lie editor of t u.t .,,.. t.. .....m r n . . . .
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.....,,.t fr tho erection of a now ('..m l ,'l'onuro mul i.rolit, wo inrn no. mllv. ' '"nstni. t:on of nhioh l'.-ol J k,.. I Vi iiiwn, . .0111 i-n jook,
ivii" . .. " ""i.l. r. . .. . . .. .
'li'-iivd to Kooure tho iiij of Coiilmvki
..foiioral iilou of tho ilun for its conntiuo
ru: IiotTE Toi".' ' , l"s li'von :
Wo nro imlrhtod to ..... . . . T s 10 01 ."'ieut 'l'pw,
, n .. iiiiiii nun u jiouiKl 10
T .... .... "Hlllllfl inn n
"""u j.uiiiH. rno sijtiiuo loot, itintolio rii'iir Kliaiu'd
... . . . It...., I I :.i . .
Jloue in tin Doroiin wn entered intoi "n" ""'U'tio.
r;K,m'rSr .',,M r?U,UV1"y Map or Xrr.n.vsKA An
wefK,iruii v.,... .... , u,,, .IK0 T1. t;oi ii MjjJks
WHO wns wic luni "i.i.u-i ui.iu iu eoiiiuy j j0
liliiniM hi rotrnril in fL:.l....i ,
" ... i Iowa, tor i eonv of tin- Ciimril Hl,,(r. v .... I vorv imu li lik H... Wi. ,.., ...'.i,,..
Kiir tv. 1 ie sitni uid ty Jir. J horn U ; . . , ' . ",l"""-'i "w,
I A i- i i . , t'oiitiiihiiiH nmp of thnt portion of f,'ut lon ""' s ieot in .limm tor t the ,
,130; nnd i ulow ,W huo , a bu.M.ng Nt.,,rniUll , , 'T",ro' ,"l,,,i'1- tw..nl eurh extremity.
U required by tbe Kpoeilioutionj, con:10 Vhato I'lvo, . 1 i , M'1, s,,,f , '' balloon is to be huh. ended !
MHiMy be constructed, without lo.g to the , V, ' 8 " V'lHH ",0 I '' W',ro n,,,lpJ " I'lllt,t"'f' '' wmio coni-
,J.i.v vet for that mirn iv li.-linv. 4,10 (-lu""ry Oook gold mines. l "bn' with tho balloon itself. On tho;
TTu .! It T W eve T,lis lu ;s nounm, I ,, central part of this,, la.fonn is to bo, ihierd '
Kr.lhom can build it. 1 he lowest bid trM uisfac-toi v i lo . tho machinery of tho air ship ,,,,,1 11 o cal,
wu eleven tbouwiidroiirbuudredniid for- f ft vul """fbictoij ,doa r the dw in for passenors. Tho ru. fare measure of
iI.JI.o-k-Iiv .. PiMiil,.,,,,,., f,n,1"1,M fl,ul 'brection of tho gold regions' tho balloon will bo i:.1.4:r. ,.. (W.t I
Brookville, but ho was unablo to L-ivo tho1,
. . .. . r .. .... i be
squired security, ami oi eourso jir. Jliorn
U'ing the next lowest bidder, tho contract
mis awarded to him. A number of archi
tect) contractors wore hero at tho
time of the letting, but their bids all rang
ed above $13,000, and one or two, wo un
derstand reached S'Jo.OOO. Tho building
is to bo completed by tho August Court
1861, and the old court houso is to remain
for the u.e of tho county until alter the
January court 1800 afier which the mate
rials are to bo taken and used in the new
Tut ''Si'Ricv" C.israovEiv. Since our
list issue wo have received an article from
'Sprucy" in reply to the comments upon
his first letter, which we declino to pub
lih. This controversy hiis already occu
pied considerable of our space, and
would run on ad in finitum if we were to per.
mit it. "Sprucy's" only fault, of which
ire were aware from tho beginning, was in
not making his meaning precise lie had
no intention of saying that ho could not
tolve the questions in Hose's arethmetic
and obtain the answer given ; but desired
to call the attention of teachers to the fact
of these questions having to be worked by
tables not given in tho book. We trust
that this explanation will be satisfactory
to all parties, and that hereafter, teachers
when they wish to engngo in the discus
lion of educational affairs, that they will
cultivate better feeling towards each other.
Petty wrangling about matters which
must appear trifling in the eyes of the com
munity, will do more to retard the placing
the teachers on a level with the other
learned profession than any thing else.
"There's many a si.tf 'twixt cup and
lip," is an old anil very trito saying, and
never was it more perfectly verified than
on last Saturday evening, to the great dis
appointment of the entire juvenile portion
of our town, and many whoso days of ju
venility have began to fade in tho dis
tance. We, of course, nlludo to tho fail.
vi mo gom regions tlio halloon will bo l.il,4ii s.iuaro feot
m i 'mainland Council Blulis. Itcnnft,ul ts total weight will bo T, tons, h
seen at our oflico. j will contain 2,8'.i4,4ii(l feet of gas, which
I will Hiipport in the air a weight of KCJ tons.
"Time waits for no man," is an old and ; The platform, cabin, machinery, Ac., are
true saying, and it occasionally happens C!tinateii at IS tons, leaving still power
il,,,t,.. i: : .... .i!. ... enough to elevate 111 tons of nassenirers.
.......... ...o i,..- j-n, m mo mum., not 'of (Veight and blla,t. '
oj.ly of not waiting, but of travelling on-j It is proposed to propel this vessel by
tilelv ahead of time nnd llixirnivunv. l.il. : moar.s of lario rmdillixi nr I'mc i., .... i, ;.. I
Should such bo tho case with any of tho
tune-picues of our neighbors, we can ns-
moar.s ol largo paddles or fans, to work in
tho air as the paddles of a steamboat work
on tho water. There is to be ono wheel
nil enrli kwli nl' I tin v,au.,1 .m.l ..I 1 1. . i
sum them that our friend, Mr. II. 1". ; is to .bo a screw propeller, all of these to
Naugle, whoso establishment can be found j bo worked by steam engines placed at tho
in Shaw's I.ow, can prevent all such irre"-l('c"tro ol 11,0 platform. The side wheels
ular conduct, and make them keep to Lov?.1tll P'J-J arranged as to fold
. - up like a lady s lan as they outer the
j wheel-house above, mid to unfold again as
8i.Eiunixo.-lf wo were not afraid that 1 !.hey bt.1i?1ko. thc' n 'l10 -ired 'direc-
i.,.r,.0 .i i i im-itiui:iuiiju in roe Sloan oecna
..v...iv jri;-i i iiii necK reacnes our
Tho By bid. duo Trcas'r last settleinont
Fox, Wild Cuts, Ac.
Kent for Treasurer's office three years,
Trans. Land ISook,
Hooks, dockets, io.,
T nil fees,
Tipstaff and Court Crior,
Amount paid for justices fot s(
Amount paid for I'istrict Attorney,
Amount paid for repairs to Pub. Uuild
Amount paid for Commonwealth costs, 8'JO 60
Exonerations to Collectors, 304 02
Per centage to Collectors, 307 34
Treasurer's per centago on receiving, 147 81
Treasurer's per centago on paying, 130 IS
Balance due Treasurer,
? 4.V.H 23
1U -i )
l'rn. Jiin y,
It. tl. Mum,
floliii W. Tin uer,
1 1 yah Uiu lis,
llugli Ui r,
1!. l'riiver, nr.,
iIua. Ilf . Spencer,
Woodward, II. Stevens,
Ani't due from unseated laud, 1858,
Am't duo on Notes, Judgmorits, Ac.
Atn't of outstanding ordon,
Biihinco duo County,
JonM McTnERsow.Esn., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in atwoanl
with tho dilleront townshi,) for ltoud Fund for 1850 and '67,
DH. To balance duo Tps last aettiomont, $ U7 87
To amount from Unseated Iinds for 1850 and 1857, 8204
Ml ii . ... 1
$10403 78 510403 78
subscibers tho present aspect of the wealh
or will have changed so much that it would
ting engines ol live horso power, one for '
each wheel. 1
To confino the balloon to a given height
Amount Otttstaiidthj lae from Collector) or 1858 and previous Yean.
be out of place, we would congratulate iiT0, t must I... evenly bal- ,EAR,
,i i- ?, ; lasted, attached to a copper float in the
ieit.ii.iSuiiuoracmgvator connected to tho platform under-' 1847
cum Mcuuier we nave ueen iavored with neatu llie air ship by a coil of wire rope,
for the past few days. It is very probably ' A" ingenious contrivance, which cannot
that a speedy change will take place which ! satisfactorily explained cm j.nper, is at-...-Hi
i ' , ,i ,,, ;tachedlo tho platform, whereby tlio bal-
w.ll leave us ".ticking in Lthu mud" in a loo,, is ;vs certainly steered as a vessel in
few days. , the water.
n ii' tr t , n , Prof. S. thinks ho has ofi'rcf uallv over-
Cahinet-A ake. Mr. John Gul.ch, ,n a , C0I1)0 tho two ditr.cultirs ellcounter
new advertisement, this week, calls atten-i ed by all experimenters in n rial naviga
tion to the fact that he still carries on the tion, viz., tho expansion and contraction
business of Cabinet-making, at the old "f as' luul ii0. difficulty in exhausting
, , r , .the common air from the balloon with
stand, formerly occupied by Messrs. t.u . rij,;d Hites wil,unlt having it crushed.-
lich i I'enner, where ho is always pre-1 The means used to obviate these diflicul-
pared to supply tho public with every ! ties w o have r.ot tho space to explain ; but,
kind of ware in his line, including even ' '', 4o ""; t!,'. l'.rocc "ccins wholly
, practicable nnd eflective.
colhns if desired. j u -u ca(mlatC(J tilt whl lipml .ylmU a
Stniois Ai cii'F.M. A man named Sny SVC "J, i) !"ilos n l'ur can bo obtained
, i-i ., , (With this air ship, and with favorable
der, employed on a log job on Clearfkd ' ,,s 10 npeJ ,,.:.,.,,.,.
Creck, bad his hand so badly crushed be- Prof. S. estimates the cost of buildiii" sucli
tween two saw logs on last Friday, that ! balloon tit 540,000,
the throe first fingers had to be amputated,
lie is now doing as well ns could bo hoped.
Si'RiNii Election. Next Friday week is
election day. Voters should be on hand.
Township olliees arc of importance as well
TOWNSHIP. COLLtC NAMES. COt.NTV. STATE. MIUTIA.
James tea Jr,
1849 Covington, 1). llugueney,
DU VALE'S GALVANIC
lions Cholic was cured in ten minutes
ak P. A. Prand of Il.nrisburg, Pa. Piles
. luf ti i, it wi tin iuio rtiiiiuins buicuut uiiv uui lit.,
ureof the promised Sarcus," or Hop I m, many othe,s of the same charactcreu-
ery, wmeu was 10 nave exnioiiea nseii : lcd l-v tho u.so of this Oil.
to tho intense delight of the spectators on
f ml if
OIL. Dil- i IUON tITV CO.MMIMtClAI. COLLliGM
r.TTSBCnCIl, VX. . . ClIARTLIIED ISOi.
300 Students Attending January, 1858.
Thos. Fen ton,
Thos. J. Bundv.
205 51 92 14
the evening above named. Saturday even
ing came, the "Opera Troupe" did not j
but only the provoking intelligence that
it had concluded to steer another dircc.
It is to be hoped that the extra quarter
which had been collected and kept in
readiness for that important occasion, tv.ny
not, in consequence of the unexpected
turn aifairs, and the "Show" havo tak
en, be an encumbcrance to their posses
ors. If so, we need only remind then
that there are already many other modes
of getting rid of them, equally feasible.
Uox. Jas. T. Leonard has been annoint.
ON OUR TABLE.
Millettc't Illustrated Mu;n:i)ie, published
by M. A. Milletto.No. 320 Chestnut street,
at 51.50 per annum, is a beautiful and
cheap Ladies' Monthly Maga.ine, the Jan
uary number of which wo received some
time ago, but had permitted to lie unex
amined until now. Tho number before us,
tho 1st of the 1st Vol. contains several
well written articles, and seems to possess
generally, a high order of literary merit ;
but is principally distinguished by tho
fine colored fashion plate, and a number
of beautiful patterns and designs for la
dies' work, of which it is presumed bach
Now the Urget nnd most (borough Counncr-
:i:ii wnnoi r.i mo Liineu bintee. Voung men
f re par"! lor ac-tuul duties of tlio L'ountiug Kooiu.
J. C. fcuirn, ,1. M. l'rofcmor of Book keeping
and .Science of Account.
A. T. J)ui TiiKTV, Tcaclicr cfArillnnetioiind Com-
J. A. IlKrniucic and T. C. Jenkins, Tcucben of
A. Cowi.kt and W. A. Miller, I'rofs.of I'enmau
uliip. SIXGLE AXD DOUBLE ENTRY HOOK KEEP
ING, As used iu every dcpnrtiucut of busiuoni.
Cnmmrrcinl Arithmetic a,iil Htuiiieti UVi'liiijl
Vettttiwj I'vunnttrftit Jmiry Mercantile
Corretiuiidnicr Commercial Acitr
y.re t.iujrlit, mid all other subjects necessnrjr for
tl e success and thorough cdumtion of a
practical bu.inen.i man.
Drnwn all the premimns in rilt.burgli for tbe
past three years, also in Eustern and Western
Cities, for best Writing, not enuiiavkd won.
W by Gov. Tacker, Prothonotary of this kllow mU(1i, go we ,vin vlltllrc
county to fill tlio unexpired term of I 0 furtIler hero .but advise all who wish a
-w.fco i alters jsq. tlecenseu, anu Holds handsome and cheap magazine, to sub-1 Students enter nt any timc-Xo vacation-Time
in appointment until thc next general 1 -i. 1 rr iumlvo
1 , f Otl I J. f 4111 v l' L n.uai.ai
mctuon. iLeobiectin Judire Leonard s
accepting the appointment is laudable in
the extreme. Tho emoluments are of
i course no object to him, but the late Pro
thonotary left a son, a worthy young man,
in every way qualified to fill the ofiice, ex
cept boing of sufficient ago fo receive the
-Ppointinent. Judge Leonard has there
fore rnido foil n (T "Tl Viill.r' ti!a lutililw
- a ....
The Little Pilgrim, for February, is oil
our table. It is a most charming number,
and every little girl and lioy in tho com
munity should havo one. They only cost
fifty cents a year 12 numbers.
Humphrey' t Jo.rnal of the JJaiuerrcotipe
and Photographic Arts, tie., it tho title of a
magazine which appears among our cx-
unlimited Review nl pleasure Grnduntcs assis
tea In obtaining situations; Tuition for full Com
mercial Course, $35,00,: Average time, 8 to 12
weeks j lionrl $2 iOper week ; Stutionorv,$8 00 ;
Eutire cost, (DO 00 to $70 00.
jf!.0Miiiisters' sons received it half price.
For Card, Circular, specimens of Business and
Ornamental writing, encloso throe stamps, aud
F. W. JEN KIXS.
doe. 8, 1SSS.
Mdgiveshiui the proceeds of tho oflico for 'chances. It is devoted to tho arts indica
the benefit of tho family of our latft tvor ted in the title, and we think should mer.
uyand lamented Prothonotary, requiring
only that the fees dure the State be paid
-"he Finances of the Countt. Fy the
published statement of tho financial af-
it the a'UMition of that class of artists gen-
daily. Published semi-monthly, by L.
D. Humphrey, at 37 Lispennrd St., New
York, at 52 per annum in advance
The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin,
AN Independent DailyXow.-paper, doroted es
peciully to the interests of Pennsylvania
oontuining important Tclcgrnphio Xows, sixteen
hours in advance of tho morning papers Origi
nal Foreign and Domestic Correspondence, Edi
torials on all subjoets, and full reports of nil the
news of the day. Th Commercial and Finnnri
al dcnartLucuts are full, and are enreftillv attend.
ed to. As an advertisinir medium thero in neJ
Bettor paper in the State, the circulation being
Tt . . t..n. T)ia.a m ,t,w.li
isoi me county it will bo seen mat wejconfljct 0f Btatemeot respecting tho popu-
in a very good condition to undertake 1 lation of Cuba. lr. eston estimates it j .xf t0 tho iarge.t ln tne citV) nA nmnng t10
we erection Of now county building 1 to Jiave been jn ltsaa lUJOJll- ono uuinun, iu most intelligent nnd influential of tin population
Wi . I :. . I Tl-nuil .li iliillnr. r.nr Vnr in nil',...
-ae large balance favor of tlio county " r- ntinruxi)
m 1 , . . , 1 , White, ..... .)(iu,kiu
H be sulhcient vith thend.litlonof throe 81nvPR ftl)(1 Free CllK;ks, . . 501,000
lour lliousjuid doljaj lo caniplo the I M. Thrasher, in his recent pamphlet on
new court houso at tho sum contracted I Cuba, gives tho following statement, on
Curwensv'll John Askey,
Decatur 1). Ivephart,
I'iko, Jos. Caldwell,
Chest, S. J. Tozcr, 45 85
Jordan, Jos. Patterson, 12 13
Lawrence, 11. Spackmnn,
Pike, T. It. McClure, 2 02
Covington, J. 1). liarmoy,
Clearfield, T, J. McCullough,
Penn, Jos, Collingworth,
Woodward, Abram Dyers, 10 57
Dradfoid, John Holt,
Driuly, Jacob Kuiitz, 182 42
Chest, Jon'a. Fry,
Covington, I). Policy
(. ui wcnsvTl Jno. 1). Thompson, 1 00
It. M. Johnson,
Lewis I. Bloom,
John Shirey, jr,
U. B. Goodlandor,
J. W. Itider.
J. B. Heath,
Win. Williams, 25
Win. MMichaels, 4
John Fox, 1
J. J. Tate. 107
Panicl Beams, 15
J. B. Garrison.
Woodward, S. P. Short,
Beceariu, Samuel Short',
Bell, F. G. Miller,
Bogu's, A. Bnughman,
Bradford, S. P, Wilson,
Brady, Godfrey Zilliox,
Burnside, John Piddle,
Chest, L. J. Hurd,
Covington, .1. M. Peiter,
Clearfield, 11.. 1. Wallace,
Curwensv'll Win. McDride.
Decatur, And'w Bauhman
Ferguson, George Williams,
Fox, D.N. Heath,
By am't paid Tps, Bid. duo Tiw.
'.uvj n 1
Bal. due Townships, 204 41 5204 44
John McPherson, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in account
with the ditTerent townships for School Fund, for 1850 and '57.
To Balance due townships at the lost settlement, $ 405 57
To amount received from unseated lands for 1850 4 '57 11305 05
By am't paid Tps. Bui. due Tps.
19 50. c'ov'"K-on,
9 83! ' 0,'f5US0
21 57 1 .?x .
19 08ios ie'
Bui duo Tps
45 15 28
We, the undersigned Commissioners of Clearfield County, hit
ving examined tho accounts of John McPherson, Esq. Treasu
rer of said County, for tho year 1858, do certify that we lind trntn,
as abovo stated. Tho amount of debts outstanding duo thw
County, are Ten Thousand Two Hundred and Eighty-Seven
Dollars, and Eighty Three Cents, and the amount of outstanding '
orders are Ono Thousand and Seventy-Seven Dollars and Nino
Cents. Witness our hands this 22d January, A. D. 1859.
JOHN IKWiX. )
G EG ROE ETUI A RD, 1 Com'rt.
WM. McCPwACKEN, J
Attesl-R. J. Wallace, (Tk.
We, the undersigned, Auditors of Clearfield County, having
examined the accounts of John McPherson, Esq., Treasurer of
said Counv. for A. P., 1868, do certify that the accounts aro as
above r MM. That thc amount duo tho Treasurer by tho Conn--ty,
is Two Hundred and Ninety. Nino Dollars, and Ninety-Nino
Cents ; the amount due tho Roud Fund by tho Treanurcr, is Two
Hundred and Four Dollars, and Forty Four Cenls ; the amount
due tho School Fund is Ono Thousand Three Hundred and Thir
ty Ono Dollars and Kighty-Novcn Cents; also, tho amount duo
the County ftom Collectors, Unseated Lands, and other sources,
is Ten Thousand Two Hundred and Eighty -Seven Dollars ami
Eighty-Three Cents; and the amouut of outstanding orders i
Ono Thousand and SoventySeven Dollars and Nine Cents. Wit
ness our hands this 22d January, A. D. 1859.
PETER HOOVER,- )
ISAAC W. GRAHAM.
Attest R. J. Wallace, CCL
Clearfield, February 2, 1859. no. 3, vol. iv.
Under tho cireun.sLanoos v havo no : auUiorUy ot liumboidi:
hesitation in making tho prediction that ' yg
expense of tho erection will not be felt j
the tax-pnyers of tho county to have Total Blacks, .
increased their burthens iu the slightest) Whites,
Broken. We learn that Mr. John
lfi'l n..l.l: 11. . l..l
..tunu, m younir man wnu huu ins ,. :,i.. ... irii .i
arm L 1 ,....7. women iuc uiuci ", - . uuiw,.
broken last fall by being thrown from ono WM endeavoring to oonvincing the
- wagon whilo his horses were running other, something of misoganist, by the
y, has had bis arm broken over again; by, that, to tho fair sex mart owed all his
Gently by a fall This is exceedingly un- comfort. "They are, indeed." he rema. k;
furt . ., , ceelnfi,7 " ed "primeval cause of human happiness."
""lunate, as it will doubtless be much . .No ioubt, was the rejoinder, "they are
mor diffioult to treat now than the firrt the prime evil themselves." Cticiiudi
time it wa broken. I Erqvirer.
Ttnus Six dollnra per year in advance.
CUMM1XGS t PEACOCK,
No. 112, South pntX Street, Phildulphia.
Total population in 1850, . 1,415,000:
BTwo young men were discussing SoCK,
nilLADELPlIIA SATURDAY BULLE
ha ndsome, well-filled, Family Weekly News.
pnper is published by the proprietors at the
following nnprei-e fented low rnt-;s: t copy, one
year, $1 00; 6 copies do. $5 01); 13 00 copies do.
f 10 00 ; II copies, do. $13 00 ; .10 copies, do.
$20 00 : 10 copies, do. $50 00. FrnTHER I.
nrcEMENTS ! The largest club (over 100) will be
lent for three years. The noxt largest club (over
Proprietors, llullotfn Building, N
South Third Street, Philadelphia.
WOOL, LONG SHAWLS,
ROUND CORNERED SHAWLS,
For sale by KRATZER'8.
Jani ary 20tii, 1859.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby giren, that Jacob
J. Storer, of Portsmouth New Hampshire,
lately or Philadelphia, and E. C. Scbults, have
this day entered into Co-Partnership in the bu.
TAXX1XG, CUIiltYIXG, P.OOTMIOE
AXD HAliXESS MA KIXG,
and the business will be carried on by the name
of JACOB J. STORER ft CO., at the St. Mary'i
Steam Tannery, in St, Mary's, Elk County Penn
sylvania. They hope by their long experience
in bnsiness, and their desire to please the public,
thnt theywil receive a part of the public patro
nage. Lumbermen nnd others, whn d sire a
good nrticlo of Boots and Shoes, will find it great
ly to their advantage to call and get good bar
gains, as we are determined to sell as low as
leather, or boots and shoes can be had in Phila
delphia for cash or hides. All oaders promptly
JACOB J. STORER, k CO.
no. 2, t. iv.
VAI.UAI1I.K I,AM)S AM) flAW-MILI.
THE Highest Price paid for HIDES in CASH
at the SU Mary s Steam Tannery, no 2, r. It
1 OOO CALF EKIXS wanted, fr which the
i-VW highest price in cash will be paid at
the St. Mary's Steam Tannery, no. 2, vol. ir.
A. VL. HILLS would inform his pa
trons that ho will be absent from his ofiice
during the three first weeks of February,
on A professional visit to Elk County,
Clearfield, Jan. V, 1828.
rplIE Subscribers offer the following raluable
1 Real Estate at private sale, situate in Beeea
ria township, Clearfield County, containing ONE
HUNDRED and 6EVEXTY TWO ACRES, in
two tracts or parcels lying contiguous, vii :
with a Saw.JIill thereon, and Ton Acrai cleared,
OXE JIUXLRED AXD FOURTLEX
acrei, with about thirty acres cleared.. Both
tracts are well timbored with Pine Timber, and
are well suited for lumbering, and would suit
any one wishing to go Into the business. They
will he old separately or together, to suit pur-
cnasers. terms one third of the purchase mo.
ney In hand, and the balance in two yearly pay
ments. For further particulars Inquire of
JOHN SIIOFF, or
AtlmiHt'ttratortof the Ettattof Ahraham S. A'eo.
January 10, 1869. tf.
NOT1CR. All persons are hereby notified
that the undersigned have each a claim of
one fourth of what was the interest of Patrick
RaSerty at the time of his decease, in the 83
acrei of land, in Penn. township, now advertised
for sale by order of the Orphan's Court, as the
property of Felix Rafferty.
dee. 29, 1858.-.2t.pd.
I7URS and BUFFALO ROBES to salt the
; season, at KRAIZER'S.
LOOK Itr.RCt LOOK I ERE!
THE undersigned subscribers, take this meth
od of informing tbe publio generally, thai
they have this day entered into copartnership in
THE BLACKSMITH BUSINESS,
and can be found at the shop formerly occupied
byj. Shnnkwiler, on Third street, in this bo.
rongb, where they will be pleased to see the r old
customers, and as many new ones ai ean took
it convenient to give them a call.
Bring on your boes, your spadei and pieki.
Your log-chaius and your pulling sticks,
Your sleds, your sleighs, your horse, yonr mare.
No three-year old shall then go bar.
Your spears will work np thenjtnt right,
To prooning hooks for every height,
Your iwords too, shall then be wrought.
To ploughshares such as IViia ne'er bought,
f!EO. W. ORR.
Clearflold, Decembers, 1S5S. tf.
THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of an.
nouncing to the citisensof CUarfield and tbe sur
rounding country, that he has opened a
on Main Street in A'Aaic' A'ew u, where eh
is prepared to accommodate all who giro him
call, and hopes to receive liberal patronage.
Oct. (th, ISiS. JEREMIAH MORRIS.
IOR SALE, by Mirskll A Carter, Adam,
Latrtt mprnrtd Corn ShelUr Alio a few
Meat Cutters of the bust kind with a large vari
ety of ttood ia their line, just reooired. ami will
be sold low for cash or produce.
Clearfield, Dee. 8, 1858.
Constable Blauks for tale at thUOmett.