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(I lillt di-.r In til (.tl.-ntu lie ill; o .,,-itn
hi dwelling .i Monday iimtni,,,,.
We li'l Imi I. Bin the wr-ight of he pi., '
mt ft" it w ii n lemnlo w i r.'Miinc it would
iniiko i n-1 delirious vviiixMi,
Ar. ti,rT. Wn ,..,rn Hint Mr. Jamr'
Allen, of SinniMiiitlioninft, was severely in
jured on Inst Nut ui,lay, by tho falling of
tho (ui of im olil stump which wu knock
ed oil l.y n fulling tree. Wo do not know
tho extent of Mr. A. 'a injuries, ln.t we un-
Umn ANDj.xrusniTtmfs or mAnuutuo
TOR A D 1MB.
In l ike tm iisiii, on I in n lay t Im t It
lint. Banc Blount St. In tlm H(Mli jtnr of
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Tho (i'ceuei m anilnig tlm rmlieft Mi I'liinmm, :j., Tlennier of I 'leni (bid I'mtul), in no
net Hern of (Inn Ii. hi rminty nnd n tho' 'I"""1 w '-'"'"''y tho .'.ill dnimnry 1:h, 0 lh fill,
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rldot of seven Mothi'l, nil roid. Ills of
... ,iet rrnliiv. Micn it was elect-, .
.cur gh it win dubbed tho ..Con.;";'-'""ltheyftri, not likely to prove fa
.... l 1 . till.
Iio xm truly nti iim-li.
In tho t ilinpo of lYimvill, lVnn tj., on
Sntunlny tlm L'th ill1., Jonathan Lvaks,
t " mill Ttlll.'ll ntiillwi'ltiiMir ivnu i
,ry iouik , , T ... J lie (loeeiiMea iw a lnetnl.er of tho So-
IU'TchI to ho in .tore for tho fun-lovmg A I.,m.-A valunl.lo maro nnd favorite (li,.t of nnJ ,V n rw.Mc,.
)r,in of tho community, to grow out or animal m-UmmK to (,. L. Uoo.l dio.i : wort, of th), hi monil n.piltlllilin ulli.
ie M,.crt-.l inlmnnn,uou..es of their t 1mm lurni near town on last Monrt.iy , vmu llri.()I,(, tothntivliKiouiiU.lv.
tionon muvK'" .. ....... i ... guv- . ...... avmc. a uiii nmi As lin llGnost ,, ft 0(1 iti ,
lietl.cr these ay wlnlo druwmg tmiber, wl.ieh enuneU ; kin,i fr:11(i ,lm, f,.w'lnpril,1,.
thi roiinly, of wh.iiil thieo mivivo him. I'll.
He nm mi cxrelh nt ( ilicn, mi. I hi torn ,0 al"'1 ',?'' from Colleetoiii for tx,riM nut .pi.iu.i
will ho deeply ile.loic.n.y hl fl ien.l-, ntl.l ... '".'I" .... ,, ,
. . '. 10 mil t ifi dfroiu iiniente. an. hi f, U:.i nn.l -r,T
anio.itf botu To nm'l ree'd Coui other ...imr., jier t V.m r. ltok,
I.V.I I tv.
Hy hid. due Tri'iw'r luiit ettlenient,
" .1 urorH ex.cnnen,
" ltoad ViewR,
I " Fox. Wild Cain, Ac.
I " Klvction Kxk:uho,
AKsvsmirt S llj;on,
rnnicntof the iKirough.
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I nticipationn luivo ueon reanzou or not,
La aro unablo to say; as wo know not
Ivhellior dipord or luu mony chnraeten
Cai uiit in a Thai'. A ninn named Curb,
in Brndv townshii). Cleaideld eonnlv.
1'liico in tho community will not hn lendi-
edthcir deliberations, but wo have no ( (sllys tho Krookvillo Jotlersoninn.) wl.i'lo
asiUtion in docliiring, that they have out hunting hut week, camo aerois a bear
eod in lioing tho most nctivo, useful
nd cfliciont Town Council that tho bor
ugh hu had willun tho few years that we J,Vi ho ut down'
I ve been a citizen ot the place. More
olid improvement litis been mudo in the
ondition of the fctreetd and pavenietits.
bun liw been niiide for many yours pi-cvi-
,us. !oiiio of tho wooden pavements or-
Icred by them to be laid may, to those
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I WHO IIHU III IIII.UI IliU A'i:il9U, IIIIVV E.t;t-ll.
d Lurilensoino, but then within a very
I jriof period their benefits, in the increas-
d Incilitics for travelling, and, enhanced
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IValUO 01 me pr.ijieny ujiuh niueu (iiey
I have been idaced, will havo become so nji
parent, that complaints will turn to con.-
:ratulationfl. If all "Contrary" Councils
I are w ofiicient as our present one, lot us
have them all "contrary."
In this coaneAion it niny not be amiss
toay, that the executive depart t men t of
our borough government, was also in aide
hands. Mr. Kadabaugh, Chief Niirgess
md Mr. Tark, iligh Constable, are deserv
ing of the thanks of their follow-citueiis,
for the faithful and impartial manner in
which they performed their often unplens.
Nut aware of the Circcu stance. A
friend, a few days ago, sent us a little
package of garden soods, of a rare specie. j
which he requested us to hand to our
what do you think ? to our icjA-, to plant
next garden-making time. While we are
very grateful for tho favor on tho part of
our friend, wo mn?t nssure him that either.
he or we are laboring under some strange
delusion on tho subject of tho wjV, and
woaio strongly inclined to think it is our
friend and not un, as vc have never been
officially informed that we are so fortunate
as to be entitled to claim any of the lovely
daughters of Eve ns our better half.
Tus Burouuh Finances. We publish
this woek, by order of the Town Council,
tho stntement of the finances receipts
and expenditures of the borough of Clear
field, for the current year. At first sight
it looks as if the balance against the bo
rough were ra'.her heavy, but nearly the
entire balance is made up by the McAda
inising of 2d street by the citizens resi
Scrofula, or Kinsr's Evil.
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ho.". Z. .a . T ' T " VeF ' " constitutional disease, o corruption of tho
see., one a anx.ous to examine the man-, blood, by which this iluid becomes vitiated.
.11 111 w.iicii 11 was arranged. According-, ,veuk, and poor. UeiiiK in tho circulation, it
on tho outside pervades the whula boilv. and mnv litirfit nut.
in to eatislv his curiositv.
when ho toui heil tho trigger and tho trap
closed, shutting him inside, lioing una
blo to extricate, himself, lie was kept shut
up for two days without tmy tiling to eat,
until tho person who liindo the trap cumo
to examine, it and found that in place of
catching a bruin, ho caught a dutchman.
Death of a Member of the Bellefonte
Wo copy the following tribute of respect
to tho memory of D. U. lioAL, Fs.j., a mem- i
bor of the Bellefonte Bar, whoso demise
occurred on tho 4th inst., from tho Ccntrul
Pre., and insert them in our columns.
At a meeting of tho Bar and Oilieers o(
tho Court of Centre county; on .Saturday
evening last, James Macmanus was called
to preside, and James A. Beaver appoint
TheChairmnn then announced the death
of David C. Boal, a member of the Belle
James II Rankin, moved the appoint
ment of a committee on resolutions.
The Chairman then appointed James
H. Bankiii. Samuel Linn, and John Ilof
fer, a committee to draft resolutions up-
propriuto to the occasion.
Tho committee reported tho following
resolutions, which were unanimously adop
ted : ;
1st. That the members of this Bar und
oilieers of this Court, have heard with un- :
feigned regret and deep sorrow of the
death of our brother in the ni-ofi'ssioii. I
David c. Boal, Eso ..... iCoilinoiinil Eitrnrtnf ftiivmirilln.
i!.J. lhat ns a husband and a father he 1 1
was kind and ttireetionate his attachment ,,cniuit croe,u,ll remedy which the medical
stron.'nnd fervent ' tIa11 l'f our tmu' ca:i ucvho f. r this everv
3d. That as a member of society the ' ,v- uJt)
. uiiiua ii
in disease on any part of it. No organ is free
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure uir, filth
and iilthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
I etitution. descending " from parents to children
( unto the third and fourth generation ;" indeed,
it K'cnis to be the rod of llim who mys, " I
! will visit the iniquities of the fathers, upon
i Its effects commence by deposition from the
i blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
tho hniRs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tuhcicles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor-
ruption, which Renders in the blond, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous coiifctitu
tions not only suffer from (.crofulous com
plaints, hut they have far le p:iwur to with
stand the attacks of other diseases; conse
quently, vast number! perish by disorders
which, (ilthmigh not scrofulo.i.s in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
fystcni. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family h:i it - origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive disease of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, i'ldecd, of all the orga-c, ar te' from or
arc aggravated by the same c: -v.
One quarter of all our pro; 1 me 'en fulons;
1 their persons ore invadtd l.y ihls le.ikii.g in
fection, a!id their health is u:i.l. i mined by it.
To cleanse it from the system v.- :mist lei.ovale
, the blood by an alterative j.-i. .1. ine, snd in
vigorate it by In a'.thy fo...l exercise.
Such a medicine wo supply i.i
Kont for Treasurer' office throe years,
Trans. Land Book,
Books, Dockets, Ao.,
'Til'stall and Court Crier,
Amount paid for justices fees,
Amount paid for 'District Attorney,
Amount paid for repairs to l'nh. Build. ,'!72 It)
Amount paid for Commonwealth coats, 8110 uli
f.xonorations to Collectors,
l'er eeiitageto Collectors,
Treasurer's jier centago on receiving,
'J'reasurer'B ju r centnge on paying,
Balance due Treasurer,
U IS 8tj
Iti l 00
lll I IMI Hill
I l'lll II,
.1. nd in,
h ill tlniiH
P. Il .'lllel ,
It II Minn,
il.'hll W, I III Iti I ,
I lijnh Ihn ns,
V III. I 'll' el ,
John M. Mint),
I'n. lei l. k Nib.1,
It. Di iiirr, sr ,
.''is. M . Spi iieer,
Am't dun from unseated l.ilnl, 1S58,
A 'n't duo on Notes, Judgment, Ac.
i i.i it
4' i7 17
271 H) ( II
1.1 H U .I
ri 5 i
Ain't of outstanding nl .lei i,
Balanco duo C'ounly,
? 1027 83
$10403 78 ? 10403 78
.4moi. OuUhmda.'j Due from Collutvn fur 1858 and pm-iuut Years.
feelings of a warm and
where prevailing and f;ital maladv. Jt is com
1 1 1.. - .! i- . ., . .
1 nit- iiiosi neovc remruiais inai nave
were at all timesexhibited ,n his acts, and xttf$Z
"". i'" " , 1 7 -7, " T . f""tL'm from it destructive tonscnucnccs.
logiflator he was faithful and industrious, Hence it should tie employed for the cure of
ever mindful of the interests of his eon- not only scrofula, but also thr.se ether ufn-c-stitupnts.
, tions which arise from it, such ns Kih i-tivh
4th. That as a lawyer his brilliant tal- and Ski Diseases, St. Antiioxv'h 1'ini'.,
ents shone forth as of the first order. J Ie ltosn, or Knvsirr.i.As, l'mri.rs, 1'i-sti i ns,
was well versed in the learning of his pro-1 Uitciik, Ulaixs and Iioii.s, Tt Mons. Trrrr.11 ;
fession, and courteous in his demeanor to. and Salt llttrcv, S(.u.n II imi, IIixcwohm,!
the Court and the Bar. i Biikcmatism, SYnin.iTicand Mmiltkiai. Dis.I
5th. That as a mink of respect for his J-. Dnorsv, Dyscii-sia, Di:hi:.itv, and
memory wc will attend Ins luneral 111 a """-" '- itia
body, and wear the u.ual biuL'o of mourn-! " lM.rlKr .1!l:"on-.. .h.c lw.l"'liir l llit'
nig thirty days
James Itea Jr,
Thou. Fon ton,
Thos. J. Il1111.lv.
Curwensv'll John Askey,
205 51 12 14
Jonx Mi I'iikrsox.Ksij., Treasurer of Clearfield County, ill account
w ith the diflerent township, for Bond Fund for 1850 nuU '57i
DK. To balance duo Tps bust settlement, $ 07 81
To ainouiit from Unsealed Lands for 1850 and 1857, 82(H
CH. By utu't imid Ti.s. Bid. duo Tub.
Hoggs, 73 00 4 75
Biadlord, 107 22 0 CO
Covington, i!03 75 7 M
Clearlield, 8 31 1 74
Fox, 239 40 44 50
Uoshen, 2 I'J 23 32 40
(iraham, 114 00 7 52
Kurt bans, 18 18 2H DJ
Xiiox, 3,iU 70 15 W
Bike, 122 25 45 7l)
1. 11 ion, 327 22 8 82
l oodward. GL'O 5 1
Bid. ducTott iibhips, 204 41 $201 41
t a, 1 1
on mi Beccarm,
S. J. Tozer,
T. 1(. McCiure,
J. B. Barmov,
T. J. McCuliough,
A I nam Byers,
J on 'a. Fry,
Curwensv'll J no. D. Thomnson. 1
Decatur, tieo. Keidiart, 03
Oth. That B. 0. Durham, E. Blanchard.
and W. 1'. Macmanus, be a committee to
nnirimnnioiitn a rriiiv nf llin iipn(.mlin.rz nf
ding thereon, which is to be paid them in j t)lis moeting to the "family of the deceased
taxes hereafter assessed on their respect- I with assurances of the condolence of the
lve properties. This car.not rnoperlv bc'l,rnd officers ot the court, for the loss
considered a debt, as tha manner in which thy liave sustained.
the payment is provided for, will prevent
it being a burthen upon tho general tax
payer. Anl upon the whole is n great
benefit to the town.
Cot Ncn.'sCi.tRK. L. J. Crans, Esip. who
acted as Council's clerk, has refused to re
ceive any compensation whatever, cither
for his services as Clerk, or the use of 1 is
office for the meeting of the Council. This
is an act of disinterestedness on the part
of Mr. C. when we take into considera
tion the fact that the records and ordinan
ces of the borough, have never been so ac
curately, neatly, nnd voluminously kept,
Bineo it was incorporated, as by liiin, do-
Jolrxal or IxnisTRV. We have
in " impurity nf the blood" is founded in tiuth,
for scrofula is a degennationcf the blot d. 'Jhi
particular purpose and virtue of thin Sarmpa
rilla is to purify and rcptnerntc this vital fluid,
without which found health is iuiposkihlc ii.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A TAMILY rilVSIC,
1 eft ftnmnnanfl I Kit rllrn- m t t1 . .
ceivotl the Feh. Xo. of a publication with' their action can ranlv vii!it;.iul cr in'c )s:n
the above title, devot.d to the interests of t
the laboring classes throughout tho coun-! jsl11. corrcctim; its diseased action, and rcsimic..
. .. 1. . 1 :. . r.i 1 1 'I' hcalltiv vitalities. As a ron'riicriur if Oust
try. It contains a report of the labor mar-1 ,)tI,,,crlic!); ,lie jVB,ia ,v)l0 i, iU,i c.u win.
kef, the price of wages and the cost of liv-l pain or l.vical di-UHty is astnnishi d to l.nd hi,
: .1 T-: 1 c, 1 in -. 1 i health or energy restored by uicnitdi at once c
ing in the l nited .States and British Brov- tini),c nnd i,,,!,;,, 1
inces ; also, the price and quality of lands ' o'dy do they cure the cvcry-tlny remnbints
i- -i 1 c ,.i ..i n e I f every Lodv, Lt.t also many fc.rn.iil ilic and
eligible for settlers, with all such mforma-j dcou, dieses, 'the rpcni Mow 1,: ,rd U
tion as mnv be useful to those seeking cm-' pleased to furnish prntis my American Aiuianac,
. . ! 1 i euntainiiifr ccrtilicalcs of llicir cures nnd liireclicii!
ri..., un 01, ui ..own-.-, ui.., at., 11101 '" for llicir use in the f..lloinK cminlnints ! (V,iVr-
other useful information.
It has no political bias or aims. Terms
Three Cents per number. Every one con
tributing One Dollar to tho "American
serves more than a passing notice, and the , n,ius,.jal Association," will bo entitled to
iouncil liav9 passed a vote of thanks,
which has been placed upon their minutes
s a slight evidence of their appreciation
of his services.
Rheumatisms, of the most teverckind,'
have been cured by using two bottles of j
DU VALL'S (j ALVA NIC OIL. Back-!
fins, lletiiilium, lltadacte aiiiinii from ilnm Hirer
Notiinch, Aaiitra, htdiyntttm, rain in avrt .I'm I in
Inaction of tie liowel, riatuluiry. Lost ot Ay e
tite, Jiiui.dii e, nnd other kin. .nil roinph ints,
arisine from a low ulatc of the tudy or cbtuuruim
of its functions.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
ron the lurm tt ni: or
Cotiph, f'oldR, Iuflucii7a, Ilonrsmcf s.
Croup, ITroncliiti, Incioirnt t'ousiunp.
tion,nud Tor the relief of Consumptive
Patients in ndvuuccd stnecs of tke
Tlir Sl'RIxn Eipctiov wbleh will l,e
heVJ on next Friday, is'for the purpose of! Hr,,e' I,uin in 1,10 llCi"1' sit'k Ja.l-achL,
electing tho following officers for the bor-lnnl "CrVOl'S U,scasesof tl,e h, ?ry Sonj(le 1k
any ueing cured soundly ny tne
this medicine. Fori,,!,: Ly country merchants V??. Mi"n ,f TnX7 ""d' "J f ' 'rr,n' '
J J 1 licly known, iwio have U-cn roston d from uiainui s
ough f Clearfield : A Chief Burgess, a
Town Council, consisting of a board of five
members, and a High Constable, to -erve
cch one year. Also, a Justice of the
Peace to servo five years, a Constable and
the field of its litrfulnMii nd n mi.
Ue of i mcroiis arc the onsen t.f it cures, lhat ohuniit
Iron City Coi.leoe. Tho rapid growth
and even despernte niseasrt of (lie limps by Us
use. Vi'lirn 01111. tried, its mijicrinrity over every
other medicine of its kird is too apparent to escape
ol.serralion, and where ils viitucs are kiiovn, tlic
noil ov r Ati.1,.,1 I wtt in 111 ii I ir nl I Itia Sw.lmr.1 ti niililm tin lime ir lifsimtr II lint Blitiili.(e tr, r-ii.n!nv
ati Auditor, an Assessor and two Assistant . 1 1, r.i ni . 1 ' 1 '"r the distresimr and d.niptnuis till.ciionf of ti e
... . 1 the result of the confidence U has lnsiiired, ,,i,, .,,,:,!,, .;,.;,i,,,,,r ,!;,,,.,.
by its fair dealing and thorough teaching, hile many inferior remedies thrust iion thf
n , , . n j 1 j 1 j. I community hare failed and reen disernlcd, thu
Vrexbylcrmn Banner clr.d Advocate, if i'.Wi-. has painrd friend by every trial, conrerred liencfiti
It. M. Johnson,
Lewis I. Bloom.
ttooaward, .1. Uegnrty,
Bcccnrin, John Weld,
Bog-s, Daniel Smael,
Bradford, John Shirey, jr,
Brady, (r. B. Ooodlnndor,
nurnside, .lames Smith,
Covington, J. V. Rider.
Clearfield, Isaac Johnson,
Curwens'vll Z. McXaul,
f erguson, Jos. Straw,
J. II. Heath,
Wm. M Michaels,
J. J. 'J'ute.
J. B. fiarrison.
Woodward, S. B. Shod;
Beccaria, Sjimuel Shofl'
V. (i. Miller,
A. Bough man,
S. B, Wilson,
L. J. Hurd.
f'ovincton, J. M. Kejter,
Cleiirfield, K.J. Wallace,
Curwensv'll Wm. McBtide.
Decatur, And'w Bauhnian
rercuson. lieorire Williams.
D. X. Heath,
7.... tr.ni r-... 'P... .rni 0 I 1 r .
C 00 nru.ifi, j."., iiensuier 01 iieaineiu VOuniy, in account
4 ly i wuii uie uiucreni lownsnips lor .enooi t und, lor 18J0 and 07.
1" 50 l.
33 00 ' 0 1!"'"n(:0 L'ue townships at the last settlement, ? 405 57
o-. no 1 '1 amount received from unseated lands for 1850 & '57 11305 04
o- ' l,.. . , ... .
jy uni 1. j.aiu 1 ps.
Bal due Tps.,
a. i. in.iy.
We, the undersigned Commissioners of Clenrilokl Courtly, ha
ving examined tho accounts of John McPherson, Esq. Tretvsus
rer of said County, for the year 1x58, do certify that we find Ihsm
as above stated. Tho amount of debts outstanding du thd
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 Dollar and Nine
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v ems. i, iuil-bs our nanus 1111s u .January, A. I). I8.)il.
(5EORGE F.R1I ARD,
Attest R. .1. Wamaci, C! L
We, the undersigned, Auditors of Clearfield County, hayirVg
examined the accounts of John Mcl'herson, Esq., Treasurer of
said Cotiniv. for A. D.. 18.58, do certify that the nccounts tre a
alM5ve r .t. That the nniount due the Treasurer by the Coun
ty, is Two Hundred and Ninety-Nino Dollars, and Nincty.Nin.'
('cuts; the amount due tho Road Fund by the Treasurer, is Two
Hundred and Four Dollars, and Forty Four Cents ; the amounl
due the School Fund is Ono Thousand Three Hundred and Thir
ty Ono Dollars and Eighty-Seven Cents ; also, tho amount dur
the County from Collectors. Un-cated Lands, and other tource
is Ten Thousand Two Hundred and Eighty-Seven Dollar ami
Eighty-Three Cents ; nnd the amnout of outstanding order i
One Thousand and Seventy-Seveii Dollars and Nine Cents. Wit
ness our hands this 22d January. A. D. 1859.
i'K'''EK HOOVER, )
ISAAC W. GRAHAM.
Attest R. J. Wallace, CCk.
Clearfield, February 2, 1859. no. 3, vol. ir.)
Assessors, and two Overseers of Toor, to
erve each one yeor.
AnTisTic.-We are requested to state that
Turviance, our old artistic friend and fel
low citizen, has again coino to life and re
eved his business as an ambrotypist. lie
kiw procured fresh cheraicids, nnd new
tock, and is now producing, we aro infor
med, brilliant and lift-like specimens of
the photographic art, ' lie engages to give
Three hundred nnd fifty-seven students
are in attendance at this timo, making it
the largest and most popular Business
School evc-r organized in the United
A Moxrter or a Horse. A gentleman
entire satisfaction i-.i regard to work and who was at Zanesville, Ohio, a few days
prices. "' since, gives a description of a monster
sorrel horse, which was raised in
Neawaif, is th title of a highly interest- 'Pennsylvania, and purchased by a rcsi
ing.tory, the commencement of which dent of Zanesville. lie is "pony built,"
' be found on our fourth page this S""" t"enlI ,.ha,,d? Lih -V'.iTi"
. , 'r 2,400 pounds. The price was $1, (UK 1. He
bck. Any body who like thrilling sto- wit probably bo exhibited at the State
ret. will find this one up to the highost fair at Zanesville.
wnuard of this class of literature. I
. Bfi.Tho Odd-Fellows of the United)
A Max was fined $1 and costs for ska- States propose setting apart the 29th day
lng.un t 1,on1 np,ir' N V" iast 'sunhiy of April, 1859, as a d.iy ol thanksgiving)
I011- The defence set up was that he among its members. That is the fortieth j
Kaied for his health, by tnedioal advice, anniversary of the organization of the ordor
ucl not pastime. j in this country.
on the alllictrd thrv can never fcritet. and nro-
dueed curci too riuiurrout mid too iemurkallc to
UK. J. V, AYER CO.
C. V. Vatso!. and M. A. Fas, CleM-fleld
K. K. I'.iiKsstii, Munriiilali!.
C. II. Kostkii. rnilimhurg.
V Ikis, Cnrweniiville.
Sahupx Arsold, Lulbf nburp.
Aud all drugisU. diss. 22, 1868.J
Jaxcary 20th, 1859.
PUBLIC NOTICE in herct.y piven, Hint Jamb
J. Klnrcr, of Portsmouth New llamil,ir
Inlely of l'liiladi'ljihia, nnd E. C. 8rhulir. havo
lhi day entered into Co-i'artncrshin in the hu.
TAXXLYG, CUnitVLXG, llOOTSIIOzl
AND IIAJiNE&S MAKING, j
and the bin-ine. will be carried on by the name I
of JAC01I J. STOKER 1 CO.. at the Ft. Mnrv f
Steam Tannery, in 8U Marr'n, Elk County IVnn- ;
sylvimin. They hope by their long experience !
in hnsincM, and Ibeirdenire to plene tlm publie, I
that they il reecivs a part of the public ptro-
napo. Lumbermen and others, who d sire a i
Rood article of Ihoti ami Hhoes, will rind it Rront-
ly to their a.lvr nlapo to rail and pet "noil bar- j
gain, aa we are doterminvd to foil ,w ns
leather, or boot nnd fhoi-i can be had in Phi'a.
Uelphia for efli or liidof. All onlcr promptly
JACOB J. ETOrtEU, A CO.
do. 2, v. iv.j
V.tl.UAHI.IJ LAMIS AM) SAW-MII.I.
TIIK Hiphent Price paid f..r HIDES in CASH
at the JiU Mary' Siooui Tannery, no 2, y. ir
ESTATE OFJiOIiEiT WJilGLEV, Sr.,
NOTIC'li is hereby (riven that Letter or Ad j
ministration have been granted to the un
denifrned, 00 the entnte of Kobcrt M'rigley, 8r., j
late nf Ilradfnrd, towpuhin, deceased. All Tier-
ton bavins businesa concerning the same, are
1 000 CAU? SKIXS "anted, for 1
X'WU higheel price In rash will b
be naid af
the St Jlary'e (steam Tannery, ne. 2, vol. ir.
HILLS would infoim his
hereby notified to make immediate settleineut ' . "' .J?lAi"L'.? .,,u'."" '""". "s I"'
with the duiiniitralr. lrons 1111,1 ,1(? wl" 00 HDsent Horn Ins olllcC
WILLIAM K. WRIGLEV,
Bradford township, Janoary It,
'I'HE Pubscribera offer the following valuable
lieal Estate at private sale, situRto in Tieeca
ria township, Clearfield Connlv, containing ONE
III'NUUEIJ and SEVENTY TWO ACHES, in
two tracts or parrels lying contiguous, via :
FIFTY EIGHT A CUES,
with Paw. Mill thereon, and Ten Acres elcared,
ONE HUNDRED AND FOUR TEEN
aeres, with about thirty acres cleared. Both
tracts are well timbered with Pine Timber, and
are well suited for lumbering, ami would suit
any ono wishing to go into the business. They
will he sold sepuratuly or together, to suit pur
chasers. Terms one third of the purchase mo
ney in nan. 1, anu lue Ualiuiro in two yearly pay
ments. lor further particulars inquire of
JOHN SHOfF, or
A'lminiitratnr&of the Ettnttnf Abraham S. Kea
' Jauuary 19, 1SJ9. tf.
during the three first weeks of February.
on professional visit to Elk County.
Clowficld, Jan. 19, 18-1.
"VfOTI C K. All person are hereby notified
J.1 that the undersigned bare each a claim of
one fourth of what was the interest of Patrick
IUfferty at the time of hit decease, Ln the 83
acres of land, in Penn township, now ad vertised
for tale by order of tho Orphan's Court, as the
property of Felix RutTertv.
THOMAS R AFTER TV,
dec. 2!, ISiS 2t.pd.
ROBES ts suit the
LOOK II UK K! U)OK 1 EKEt
THE undersigned subscribers, luke this metli.
od of informing the publio generally, thai
they have this day entered into copartnership iu
THE BLACKSMITH BlStNES,
and ran be found at tho shop formerly oecnpied
byj. Shunkwiler, on Third street, in this bo
roui;h, where they will be pleased to see the r old
customer, and as many new onei as fan make
it convenient to give them a call.
firing on your hoes, your spades and picks,
Your log-chains and your pulling aticks,
Your sIh.Ik, your sleighs, yonr horse, your mare,
No three-year old shall then go base.
Your spears will work up then just right,
To priiouing hooks for every boight.
Your swords too, shall then be wrought.
To ploughshares such as Cain ne'er bought.
ubU. W. UKK.
Clearfield, Ilcceiuber 8, 1868. tt
THE t'NPERSKiNED take! this method of an.
nouncing to the rititensof CUarfield aud tke sur
rounding country, that he has opened a
on Main Street in Jao'e .V Hu, where eh
is prepared to accommodate all who give hi m
call, and hopes to receive a liberal patronage.
Oct th, 1858. JEREMIAH NORRIS.
1?0R 8 ALE, by Merrkll k CATai, Adam,'
Lalrtt Improrrd Corn Skitter Also s few
Meat Cutters of the best kind with a Urge vari
ety of Good in their line, jnst received, and will
ba sold low for cash or produce.
Clearfield, Dee. , 13i8.
-fcfl lob IVinting neatly execute, her,